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HAWAII progress! HOLOMUA.
" Th.e X-zize of uki.e Land is jBsta,"bHs2n.ed. in SSig-li.teo-CLszrLSss.7" Vol. I. No. 50. HONOLULU. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1893. Per Month 50 Cts.. HA.WA.ll HOLOMUA., IS PUBLISHED .Every .Afternoon EXCEPT SDNDAY Bl" HE Holomua Publishing Co. At King St. (Thomas block), Honolulu, H. I. SU3SC3IPTI0N, par Month, 50 Cts. The paper is delivered by Carriers in the town and suburbs. Single Copies for Sale at the Xevrs Dealers and at the Office of publication. Abraham Fernandez, - Manager Edmund Norrie, - - Editor ISTOTICE. All Business Communications should be nddressed to Abraham Fernandez, Hono lulu, II. I. Correspondence and Communications for publication should be addressed to the Editor Hawaii Holomua. No notice will bo paid to any anonymous communications. A. P. PETERSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office: 113 Kaabutuanu Street, Honolnlu Hawaiian Islands. CHARLES CREIGHTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office: 113 Kaahnniauu Street, Honolulu Hawaiian Islands. PAUL NEUMAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. 311 Merchant Street, Honolulu, Mutual Telephone 415. CLARENCE W. ASHFORD, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Office. Old Capitol Building, (Honolulu Hale, adjoining Post Office, Honolulu. J. M. ' DAVIDSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 30G'Morchant St., Office (Mutual) Tol. ISO, Residence 67. A. ROSA, ATTORNEY AT LAW, No. 15 Kaahuinanu St. , Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. S. 31. EA.-NE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. .Office: Coruor King and Bethel streets, up-stairs. JOHN LOTA KAULUKOTJ, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office, corner King & Bethel Sts. R H. RED WARD, CONTRACTOR asd BUILDER, 2fo. 506 King Street, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. LEWIS J. LEYEr, Real Estate and General Auctioneer. Comer Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu Personal attention given, to Sales of Furniture, Beal Estate, Stock and General Merchandise. 1 Mutaal Telephone 23S. gu.swciss (Cards . MACFARLANE & CO. Dealers in Wines and Spirits Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu. H. P. DERTELMANN, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, S6 King St., Bell Telephone 107. OHAS. MOLTENO, l5T TONSORIAL ARTIST, "vE2 No. 511 King Street, Honolulu, H. I. Give me a trial. Bell Telephone 351. P. O. Box 32 W. W. WRIGHT & SON, Carriage and Wagon Builders IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. 79 and SO King Street, Honolulu, H. I. H. E. McINTIBE &JBRO. , Grocery, Feed Store & Bakery, Corner of King and Fort Sts., Honolulu. J. PHILLIPS, PRACTICAL PLUMBER, GAS.FITTER COPPER-SMITH, S3?" House and Ship Job Work Promptly Executed. No. 71 King Street.. Honolulu:, .j - - -- H. LOSE, jSTotary IPublic. Collector and General Business Agent. Mutual Telephone s. . P. O. Bos 33S. Merchant street, Honolulu. MERCHANT'S EXCHANGE, S. I. SHAW, PRorBiETon, CHOICE LIQUORS ; and FINE BEER, Corner of King and Nuuanu Sts. , Mutual Tel. 423. Honolulu, dr. Mclennan, 131 Fort Street. Office Hours: 9 A.M. to 12 M.: 3 to o P.M. Office Tel. GS2-MtmiAL-Residence Tel. 2S7. Elias Kauluiaau Wright DENTIST, -sa Comer of King and Bethel Sts., Upstairs, Entrance on King Street. Office Hours From 9 a.m. to 12 m., 1 to i p.m. 33T Sundays excepted. Bell Telephone 331. Post Office Boi32. W.W.WRIGHT&SON In All Its Branches. Horseshoeing A SPECIALTY. 79 and 80 Sing St, Honolulu Fmm. Rnilfa 111 JLTUXIUUIU NOTICE. The undersigned has received from the Eastern States, The Largest Single Order of Billiard Material ever imported to the Islands. It concludes as follows: Cloth, 3 grades; , Cues, asssorted; , V Cushions, by Block, patent; Billiard Balls, Composition and Ivory: Pool, " " " ; Tips, Chalk; ' Pocket Castings with leuthers, and fringe complete; ' - . . Pocket nettings, fringe and leathers; Rubber covers; - - Conrt Plaster, green and black;1 ;. .: New style chalk holders; ' v3h Triangles: ' - -. " Shake balls and leather bottles; " ; ' Pool pins; . - Markers, etc. , etc. The above goods have been purchased at reduced rates, and the undersigned is now prepared to do any1 and all kinds of BILLIARD TABLE WORK at reasonable rates with dispatch. Also new and second hand Billiard and Pool Tables for Sale. Please apply to J. P. BOWEN, ' Perry Block, Hotel St. Honolulu CONSTANT LINE OP SCHOONERS AmglB OpportmillT BSr ALL ! Owing to onr constantly increasing business and the great demand of an appreciating community, wo have con cluded to offer an opportunity to all parties having capital. Our LINE of SCHOONERS may be seen glidingover the BAR filled to their utmost carrying capacity with clear, cool and invigorating Fredericksburg ) T a Arm rmT) Export j 1ja.UxiV Jj&lLtb At the "Anchor Saloon." To accommodate our Yast Fleet of Schooners, we have built a fine largo Refrigerator regardless of cost. Tlxe "--rLclor," Is the only place where a, Cool Glass of Fredericksburg Beer on draught can bo had in Honolulu. Step forward gentlemen, NOW'S the Time. ocl4 3m NAN-YU-SHOSHA. JOSTJRECEIVED from JAPAN Several Kind of Cotton Crape, Latest Styie of Shirts in different qualities. Ml Assortment of porcelain Tea Sets a Specialty! Japanese Lanterns and fmany Curios suitable for Christmas Goods. 411 KEsG STREET, Honolulu. Telephones, Bell 474. Mutual 514. P.O.Boi3SC. nol3 lm CHOCK LOOK, Merchant Tailor Xo. 321 Xuuanu Street, ALL SUITS GUARANTEED TO FIT, and' MADE in tiit BEST STYLE. CLOTHES CLEANED asd REPAIRED. LCmpire Saloon, JAMES OLDS, PkoprietorI Fine tfineg, Liquoflfc BbbP, ALWAYS OX HAXD. Corner 2uuann and Hotel Streets W. S. LUCE Wine and Spirit Merchant Campbell Fire-proof Block, MERCHANT ST.. HONOLULU NEW European aufantl, No. 509 Hotel Street Steak, Ham & Eggs for 25 cts. BoardiDg 1:50 pec week, or 21 Meal Tickets for 4:50. Fowl three times a week, cooking on first c!as3 style. Meab at all hoars. CHOCK SING, oct26 lm Proprietor. RESOYlXi; TILE UflL'LRr. At the local cricket matches in the Forest at Nottingham, arpolice man or two "are usually "toldjofF to prevent the spectators from en croaching too far over the lxrnnd aries while a game is in progress. At a match a few Saturday after noons ago, a young and bumptious member of "the Force," who evi dently could not have long lived in Nottingham, was very energetic in carrying out these instructions. Having persuaded, at the start cf the innings, the onlookers to keep far enough from the field of play, he shouted peremptorily to the um pire who happened to be a man who usually affects the garb of a rustic to "Cum furrer back, mas ter, won't 'ou?" As the umpire disregarded, of course, the lusty appeal of. "the man in blue," the latter made no more to do, but hastened up to square leg, and seizing the man " who was none other than the pore of a member of the Notts County eleven unexpectedly frpm behind, lifted him "neck and crop," and deposited him boldily on the fringe of the crob, accompanied with the mark: "I've told you hoffen enuf to shift." The laughter at the unfortunate umpire; and the jeers and taunts hurled at "Bobby," rendered that spot a " tormentiog ground," and his office by no means a sinecure for the remainder of the afternoon, and would, it is to be hoped, teach him at least the most elementary rudiments of cricket. Tit Bits. He most be. Cross. Did you over write any poetry? Squeery, Yes; some. Cross. What for? Squeery. Oh, just to kill time. Cross. Is he dead? The Long and Short of it. Auntie.-And how was Mamma dressed at the party, Tottie? Tottie.-W'y, she had a pitty, w'ite, Jong, short dwess!-, : Auntie.-But, dear, how could it be both long and short? Tottie.-W'y, it was long at tho bottom and short at the top! Apropos of the International Contest. . Mrs. B.: Why, Charles, isn't it peculiar that the names of both yacbt3 happen to begin with V ? Mr. B.(tcith feeling). Hardly. The owners know that nothing goes faster than a V now-a-days Old Lady severely): Why. don't you newsboys keep your selves clean? Boy: Huh! Wot's the good of a felier afeelin' above his occupation? Guilty. "Sullivan was arrest ed for having his hands in his packets the other day." "How could they arrest him for that?" "Carrying concealed weapons.'