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Hawaii holomua = Progress. [volume] (Honolulu) 1893-1895, November 14, 1893, Image 1

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HAWAII progress HOLOMUA.
" Tli.e Life of tle ULiSurLd. Is ZEsta,"blIsin.ea in. 2BIg-itso'ULsrLess-" -
Vol. L No. 49.
HOXOLULU. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1S93.
Per Month 50 Cts.
IS PUBLISHED
Every Afternoon
EXCEPT SUNDAY BY THE
Holonma Publishing Co.
At King St. (Thomas block),
Honolulu, H I.
SUBSCRIPTION, per Month, 50 Cts.
The paper is delivered by Carriers in the
town and suburbs. Single Copies for Sale
at the News Dealers and at the Office of
publication.
Abraham Fernandez, - Manager
Edmund Norrie, - - Editor
'
, NOTICE.
All Business Communications shonld be
addressed to Abraham Fernandez, Hono
lnln, II. I.
Correspondence and Communications for
publication shonld be addressed to the Editor
Hawaii Holomua. No notice will be paid
to any anonymous communications.
gjusinefts (Cards
A. P. PETERSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office: 113 Kaahnraann Street, Honolulu
Hawaiian Islands.
.
CHARLES CREIGHTON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office: 113 Kaahnmanu Street, Honolulu
Hawaiian Islands.
PAUL NEUMAN, '
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
314 Merchant Street, Honolulu,
Mutual Telephone 415.
CLARENCE "V. ASHFORD,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT
LAW.
Office. Old Capitol Building, (Honolulu
Hale), adjoining Post Office,
Honolulu.
J. M. DAVIDSON, i
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
306 Merchant St., Office (Mutual)
Tel. ISO, Residence G7.
A. ROSA,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 15 Kaahnmanu St. , Honolulu,
Hawaiian Islands.
S. IL KA-NE,
ATTORNEY xVT LAW.
Office: Gorner King and Bethel
streets, up-stairs.
. : JOHN LOTA KAULUKOU,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office, corner Kiug & Bethel Sts.
P. H. BED WARD,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER,
No." 506 King Street, Honolulu,
Hawaiian Islands.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Eeal Estate and General
Auctioneer.
Comer Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu
Personal attention given to Sales
of Furniture, Beal Estate,
Stock and General
Merchandise.
Mutuil Telephone 233.
gu.sinr.5.5 Cards
MACFABLANE & CO.
Dealers in Wines and Spirits
Kaahnmanu Street, Honolulu..
H. F. BEBTELMANN,
CONTRACTOR AND JBUELDER,
S6 King St., Bell Telephone 107.
GHAS. MOLTENO,
TONSORIAL ARTIST,
No. 511 King Street, Honolulu,
. H. I. Give ino a trial.
Bell Telephone 3S 1 . P. O. Box 32
TV. W. WEIGHT & SON,
Carriage and Wagon Builders
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
79 and SO King Street, Honolulu, H. I.
H. E. McTNTYRE &2BRO.,
Grocery, Feed Store & Bakery,
Corner of
King and Fort Sts., Honolulu.
J. PHILLIPS,
PRACTICAL PLUMBER, GAS.FITTER
COPPER-SMITH.
23T House and Ship Job Work
Promptly Executed.
No. 71 King Street. Honolulu.
1-1. IiOSE5
jSTotary IPublic.
Collector and General Business
Agent.
Mutual Telephone S. P. O. Box 33S.
Merchant street, Honolulu.
MERCHANT'S EXCHANGE,
S. I. SHAW, Pi:orr.iETon,
CHOICE LIQUORS
and FINE BEER, '
Corner of King and Nuuauii Sts.,
Mutual TeL 423. Honolulu,
dr. Mclennan,
131 Fort Street.,
Office Hours: 9 A.M. to 12 M.: 3 to 5 P.M.
Office Tel. 6S2-MuTCA-Residence Tel. 257.
Elias Kaululaau Wright
. DENTIST,
Comer of King and Bethel Sts., Upstairs,
Entrance on King Street.
Office Hours From 9 a.m. to
12 m., 1 to 4 p.m. K" Sundays
excepted.
Bell Telephone 35 1 . Post Office BoiI32.
W.W.WRIGHTS SON
10AA AT nrcnn mnMnut
amuo x, t "u i u i c i
In All Its Branches.
Horseshoeing
A SPECIALTY.
-
79 and SO King St., Honolulu
ft
n itt
V
NOTICE.
The undersigned has received from the Eastern Siates,
The Largest Single Order
of Billiard Material
ever imported to the Islands. It concludes as follows:
Cloth, 3 grades;
Cues, asssorted;
Cushions, by Block, patent; "
Billiard Balls, Composition and Ivory;
Tnr " 1"
Pool,"
. Tips, Chalk;
Pocket Castings with leathers, and.fringe
complete;
Pocket nettings, fringe and leathers; - -Rubber
cavers;
Court Plaster, green and black; .
New style chalk holders; : "
Triangles:
Shake balls and leather
- Pool pins;
Markers, etc. , etc.
The above goods have been purchased at reduced .rates,
and the undersigned is now irepared to do any and all
kinds of
BILLIARD TABLE WORK
at reasonable rates with dispntsh. Also new and second
hand. Billiard and Pool Tables for Sale.
Please apply to J. P. BOWEN,
Perry Block, Hotel St. Honolulu
A fill PR.J!f
CONSTANT LINE OF SCHOONERS Amis OprinMty for ALL !
Owing to our constantly increasing business and the
great demand of an appreciating community, we havo con
cluded to. offer au opportunity to all parties having capital.
Our LINE of SCHOONERS may be seen gliding over the
BAR filled to their utmost carrying capacity with clear,
cool and invigorating
Fredericksburg ) a vjym dtfti'D
Export J JiiUxiJtt &Li&
At the "Anchor Saloon."
.
!.To accommodate our Yast Fleet of Schooners, we havo
built a fine large Befrigerator regardless of cost.
Is the only place where a Cool Glass of Fredericksburg
Beer on draught can be had in Honolulu. Step forward
gentlemen, NOW'S the Time. ocl4 3m
NAN-YU-SH0SHA.
JDSTjRECEIVED from JAPAN
-r,; 7., -raiytagiigswR&nt
$3553. SeverallKindof
Cotton Crape! Slllib
LatestBStyielof Shirts
in different qualities.
tfeaB "Agjotffcmenfe of porcelain
Tea Sets a SpecialtygSg
Japanese Lanterns and many
Curios suitable for Christmas
Goods.
411 KING STREET, Honolulu.
Telephones, Bell 474.
Mutual 544
P.O.Box 3S6.
no!3 lxn
CHOCK LOOK,
Merchant Tailor
No. 321 Xanana Street,
ALL SUITS GUARANTEED
-TO FIT, and MADE in
the BEST STYLE.
CLOTHES CLEANED
and REPAIRED.
bottles;
Empire Saloon,
JA3IES OLDS, Peoprietok.
Fine tfineg, Liquor, Bee?,
ALWAYS ON HAND;
Corner Xanana and Hotel Streets
W. S. LUCE
"Wine and Spirit
Merchant
Campbell Fire-proof Stock,
MERCHANT ST., HONOLULU
JSTEAV-
EnJopean tean
No. 509 Hotel Street.
Steak, Ham & Eggs for 25 cts.
Boarding $4t50 per week, or 21
MeaL Tickets for 4:50. Fowl
three times a week, cooking on
first class style. Meals at all
hours.
CHOCK SING,
oct26 lm Proprietor.
One Thin? lYhich Xerer Tires Woman.
No sane woman ever tires of
going to a wedding. Whatever
her own matrimonial experience
may have been, the spectacle of
another's venture seems to inspire
her. She is quito sure that
nothing but happiness will result
from an experiment grown so
familiar that it no longer seems
daring. She will not grant for
an instant that it is ever a pity to
spoil a good bachelor. She
ignores altogether the possibility
that the groom will prove a bad
husband.
She is confident that every
sweet maid of her acquaintance
is good enough for the best man
on earth, and sure to make him
happy. And so she beams her
benediction on the passing bride.
She rejoices with hor when tho
ceromony is safely over. For
accidents will happen to brides
as well us other mortals, and any
hitch in the proceedings brings
dismay to every feminine on
looker. Some of these mishaps are not
without a touch of the ludicrous.
One bride, for instance, not long
ago, lost tho heel of one of hor
satin slippers as she entered tho
church, and was literally put in a
rather uufortunato hobblo. '
Another in her agitation quito
forgot to remove the indiarubbor
goloshes that wore to protect her
white satin slippers, and sailed
up tho broad aisle quito uncon
scious of the odd effect of her
feet as they stole in and out be
neath her petticoat.
But your modern Beatrice sees
nothing in such things to laugh
at. Her sympathies aro with tho
heroine of tho occasion, and sho
draws a breath of relief when tho
irrevocable vows are finally
spoken, and smiles upon Bene
dict; who lias dutifully accom
panied her and is thinking his
own thonghts. Tit Bits.
A Brilliant Retort.
Aftor-dinner speaking is an
art, and, like many other arts,
its excellence has much to do
with tho mood of the artist.
Some of the best of our after
dinner speakers sometimes fail,
but it is not often that failure
results in the enrichment of tue
world's store of epigram, as it
did in the case of Lord Erskino
many years ago. When Lord
Erskino was made a member of
that highly honorable body, tho
Fishmonger's 'Company of Lon
don, he made an after-dinner
speech, on the occasion of his
first appearance among them, as a
member. Upon his return ho
said to a friend:
"I spoke.ill to-daj-, and stam
mered and hesitated in the
opening."
"You certainlj- floundered,"
was the reply, "but I thought
you did so in compliment to tho
fish-mongers1" (Harper' 3 Bazar)
A Remiader.
:iThat rooster reminds me of a
man I knew once."
"In what way?" v
"He has such a tame crow.'

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