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KwongSingLoyi SING LOY,
(Of Hag St,. "Tbonw Block." $ 01-08 ling St.. mi looim 8t
Mutual We. 338 P. 0. Boi 207. jjMntnal Tela. 686 P. 0 tai 201.
2 B1GST0RES 2
Just Received Men's and Boy's Suits !
Colored Tweeds 7 BO
Diagonals 7 HO
English Sorgo O OO
Boy Suits (elegant) 0 00
Oliinese, Japanese and Indian Goods 1
KA Complete TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cutters and a complete lino of English and
American Suitings. Perfect fit guaranteed.
A FINE LINE OF GENTS1 HATS!
Wicker Ware in Great Variety.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
Mutual Telephone E Bell Telephone
rai.BPHONi U9 v. o. box vri
fM POUTER AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and PEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter
t0- ALWAYS ON HAND J
lei Goods Recalled by Every Steamer from San Francisco
tW All Orden faithfully attornl to. HatUfaotlon goarantesd. Ulanrt Urir
ivIloTwil and packed with care.
Lincoln Block, Kino Street, Brr. Fobt and Alarr Stbects.
BOTH TH1.HPHONKB 240
-P I) BOX -aft
LEWIS & CO..
Ill EOKT STREET.
Importers, Wholesale d Retail Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Prh OowU by Etery CaliioraU 8teaner.
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
IHLANDB OSDKM SOLICITED. Jgt $0T SATISFACTION OUAHAhYKIl.
TBIiHPHONB IW P. O MUX MB
11. E. MolNTYliE & BKO.,
lUrORTEM AND DEALkM IN -
Groceries, Provisions - and - feed.
New (JixmU Itwelvmt by Kvery I'aoket from the Knuixrn ritntm ami Kninp.
rilKHH (JALIHOUNIA . PIIODUCJK IJY KVKUV - HTKAMKK
All Ointara faithfully attended to and (loodi )llYfi to ant
Part of the Oily KltKK
imd Oanitw Souoited. HATiariimoN nnHTir.a
AUT OOllNKK rOKt AND If IHO HTItKKTH.
523 Foit Strict, Honolulu
I I - s 3 - I I
IS THE OIIKAT &
It a I lack i
ntid IrrakH up
II), Ml'l illlti
nut ei'r !.'
Hunt ( iU;i-'.
(l.il ililiilil), nr
tmy n!ti.-r ml
Pi. Ill .ii - I. flKlll lllln T' I'IhihI, hlmiil.l liiKll
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tit v .1. ! 1 1 in.. it 'h' stiiii tMi. r
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KIOHEST AWAgDS AT THE
World's Great Expositions.
Mult If lr ,1 I Aier.t Cn.,l.oill,.M..,U.N.A.
' (' It. Hill - f li I lll.lt ltllll 11.1 IlltllX
A). r u.ii iillli i- pr i lit .ii tin.
Mi ill .1- lift i' liiiiui. li tin, nU ' 't .ili uf
cur I" ii".
Hollistor Drug Co., L'd.,
Hole Aci'lit" for thf Iteptihlln uf llnwull.
10 to 20 Lbs. !
Is H'iiMitlllealh cnnstriiottit,
lirtiiiiiful in Hpn'uni'rn mill
I- j u-1 II! iniiii'li-i iilii'id tif
any utlii-r tiiitki'
A niiiilili't iiit -t 'til ' Kiiiinl
Kchm' In Hi l.flliiK li Cyitle," mill
"I'mii m ' ('ntiiloHiii's frw al
tllll "I'lKII Wll Aki'Ui)', .Mhi
H. E. WALKER,
10 to 20 Lbs.
WIEL.A.ND - EXTRA - PALE
2 SCHOuNtiHS FOR 26 GHNTS
char j. McCarthy,
IIM If Milliner.
yv jfiuvuiy T-iotol.
IV i U.ik
I U'"' llll II . I t.
Tim llinl nf Altiiiilnr, Iho IHhiI Hllimtlnii
anil tlif I Inicl SI.iiIh In tlinClly.
NEW DEAL IN HAWAII.
The Plautors Wnnt to Have n Pro
tectorate Instoad of Anuoxatiou.
Tho roovpinciit to ntiuox Hawaii
to (his country appears to ln tlyiiif;
out oti its nativo licatli, says tho
San Fraiu-isco Chroniolo of Oetobor
21. This is what various sugar men
say who have arrived in tho city by
tho last two or threo sh-amors. Ono
Koiitloinati who is eloso to llto con
tcrs of inlliKMiud anil authority at
Honolulu said yost onlay thai if a
treaty of annexation should ho prof
fered Hawaii by tho United Slates
Government the coining Hawaiian
Senate would reject it.
Tho change of policy thus indi
cated seems to hate been brought
about by the increaed fear of tho
sugar planters that annexation
would deprive them of tho cheap
labor upon which they rely for tho
ansurauco of their big dividends.
They do not see how C'hineso ami
contract labor could bo had with
tho United States laws opposed to
them, and without such labor, they
say, tho investments they have mado
in cauo plantation would bo worth
less. liat they want is an Ameri
can protectorate which shall not
only put lliein beyond danger from
tho policy of foreign pouers, but
will maintain their domestic ticaco.
Tho Senate, in which so iniicii con
fidence is placed by the sugar men,
is not yet in existouce, nor havo can
didates for it so far as tho latest
advices show -been named. 11 is
certain, however, that tho tipper
house will be in tho hands of tho
planters, as they control seven of thu
eight islands of tho Hawaiian group.
Tueso islands, in their political sig
nificance, are to thu Hawaiian sugar
men what "rotten boroughs" used
to be to thu landed magnates of
"There are cerms of trouble in
this state of things," said a well-informed
Hawaiian yesterday. "The
ullccl of planters' rule has thus far
been to bring an enormous number
of Chinese and Japanese to tho coun
try, many of whom havo gone into
business anil thu trades, thus making
thu lot of tho common white man
hard. N'ow these white men all
turned out to bear arms for annex
ation in the belief that, through
union with America, Hawaii would
become a country in which a while
laborer or mechanic could malio a
living. To find now that their hopes
are to ho dashed by the very men
whom they protected laslyear from
thu vengeance of the (jueeii, is some
thing they do not relish, and which
they may finally resist. I should
not be surprised to sett a union of
these men with the native party,
which contains nearly W percent of
thu total voting force under tho old
regime, u it li thu object of getting
the islands annexed in spile of tho
sugar oligarchy. It would bu odd
to M'e the e-l(oyalits lighting for
annexation against the clement
which pretended to be for it in IMKl,
inn stranger tilings come to pa-is in
3VFAI.IIIO NIHOOL lMlOl'KKtY.
Vmincktura Are Snixtl With a
Criminal Man in.
Deferent government schools in
ami aluMil town havesulVirid depre
dations from oung rascals during
the psl few weelis. Olllccr Win.
Maxwell has had a hard time trtiug
to ditcovor the jiiMHiile criminals.
A little while ago the I'ohuliaiiia
O iris School wa entered by I'ortu
gucMi boys, and articles belonging
to tho teachers anil tint school were
taloin. The boys were caught after
awhile ami on iheir returning the
stolen articles t liny went reprimand
ed and discharged. Lat Sunday a
rahl was made on the Iteretnitia
street school, when I lie sclmol clock
ami other things were taken. Thu
young thieves, however, were detect
ed by two scholars who attend that
school and who informed on them.
Deputy Marshal llrown swore out a
warraut, and lint boys were arrested
this morning. Two Portuguese boys,
.Manuel and Joo Mlva, were charged
with larceny in the fourth degree,
and another boy, eviduntly no more
than seven years of ago, was held for
investigation. It appears thai tho
"kill" was tho sentry, hooping watch
outside while tho others worked ou
WRECK OF A HACK.
Tho Driver Oivns His Account ot
A hack driven by Jim Maco ami
owned by Jim ('arty was found on
I'uuchhowl street near James Camp
bell's rofidonco about .'( o'clock this
morning. The vehicle presented a
dilapidated appearance, the top be
ing smashed into kindling wood, al
though thu body seemed to bo all
right. Tim horse with harness at
tached was found grazing in Mrs.
Iteimeiihchueider's premises. The
driver had evidently abandoned tho
outfit ami retired to his home, as it
was there ho was found this morn
ing. Mace looked as if he had
shared in tho catastrophe that bo
fell the rig, as his face ami neck
wore swollen. His story told tho
boss is as follows: He was coming
down Punchbowl street last night
with the intention of putting up for
tho night. Near tho place where
tho accident occurind ho met all
ot lutr carriage going in the opposite
direct ion. His animal became fright
ened ami jumped, causing the hack
to capsio into tho gulch ou the
Waikiki side of the slioel, lie man
aged to get the horse loose from the
vehicle with the assistants of na
tives. The damage to the outfit will
amount to about ?'I(M). Hack In
spector Maey will investigate the
matter, and, If the accident is found
tine to carelessness ou lie driver's
pari, Mace will lose his license
"I would rather trust thai medi
cine than any doctor I know of,"
says Mrs Haltio Mason of Chilton.
Carter Co., Mo., in speaking of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Dlarrhiea Koinody. hor rale by
all dealers. ISoiisou, Smith Co.,
Agents for thu Hawaiian Islands.
lorofula In the Neck-Bunchea All
C. I. Itomt k Co., Lowell, Mam.!
"(loiittt'infni I feci that 1 cannot layennoir
In f.ivor of Hood's Hnraafarllla. For flro yean
I liae lieen troubled with icrofula In my neck
ml throat. Rewal kinds of medlclnei whlctj
I tried did not do tno an) good, and when I cons
tneiiccd to tike Itood'i 8arsaparllla tliero xitti
largo bunchci on ray neck o lore that I could
not hear tho illRhteit touch. When 1 had taken
one bottle ot thtt medicine, the toreinu had
gone, and before I had flnUbed the lecond the
bunchie had entirely disappeared." Blanciii
At wood, Sangervllle, Maine.
N.ll. If you decide to take Hood' Rirflia.
rlllailo not be Induced to buy any other.
Hood's Pllla euro constipation by reslor.
Ids tuo peristal tlo action ot lite olHicntary canal
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Hole Audits for tlm Republic nf Hawaii.
An invoice of the
Water juat receivod
direct from the Springe
in Shasta, California.
Shaota" ia the
fineot min.oral water
in tho world. It is
used in every loading
hotol and on all the
railway dining cars in
the Unltod States.
' 'Shasta' ' is tho
Quoen of all table wa
toro; blends perfectly
wi th liquor of all
hinds, and is a natural
relief for all disor
ders of tho stomach,
kidnoya and liver.
For solo by all drug
gists and tho trade
MACFARLANE ft CO. LTD,
Sole Agents for the
Commercial -:- Saloon
HARRY KLEMME, Manager.
Cor. Nmiaiiu & Ueretanla Bis , Honolulu.
Tbe Only Sportluft House In Town.
O. P. S. a Specialty
Lohengrin Lager Beer
A'ways on Drangbt. 2 Glasses fur 26c.
llt-st of Wines, Uiptors and (Henri.
Dr. LIEBIG & CO.
Xjirrml Ihrlittt fur I'lminic,
Dr. I.liililu's liivli-'orutor thu urcnluM re-ini-ilv
for Ki'inliiiil WfitbiifcH, Limit of Mhu.
Iiooilitml Prlviitu DlM-fi-H, oviTO'iiiicK 'rn
iiiiiiiiri'iii-Hs mill prfpitrcs till for niiirriiiit
IIIu'h ilutii'n. ifittiiiri's uml reiiiiiihllllli',
$1 trial hutllu kIvi'H or sent fri-o to tiny ontt
ili'irrlhliii; symptoms: mil or inlilri'ss lot)
1 1 wiry Ht , prlviilo toitrancH tli'i Mhhoii Hi.,
Kiiii (''riiiinlM'ii, 1 1 i:i.;u I y
KAMEHAMEHA OIHLS' BOIIOOL.
fPlir. I'lllHT TKUM III" KAMKIIA.
1 i:ii i llliiut1 hitloot, oni, AIUN
, Muv. I '.'ih. Ai'plii Mtiium loradmb
lon niHy bu sililrefM.it to Mn-x I'oi't. rlihrr
at Kaiiii'lmiiilm Mstiual, or at tiic llu
wniinii KinilerKarlKii Itooni, ()hhpu Kmnm
Hull, hsltirday iiiiiriilii;a Imiu II to pj,
wloro ubo m 1st pliiauoil to tiimt atipll.
i'uiiU, I'll til lion It I'lfly ( llniiura u
year, Ho pillrnlriH;tilYmJ iiinlrrUiilvu
yt-araolaue, lldu lut
Thero is probably less coal used
hore in private families than in any
city to which thai articlo is export
oil. Tho reason is plain -wood is
tdieapor and of better quality. Na
ture provides Hawaii nei with tho
wonderful and rapid growing alge
roba and it supplies the fuel for tho
peoplo. Anyone who has over visit
ed tho neighborhood of Waialao has
leen attracted by tho forests of trees
of this description. I'ooplo who
havo gone thero to inspect Mr. Isen
brg's ranch havo marveled at tho
caro and attention given the cutting
of trees for iho market. Asthe sup
ply cuts some of the ice in regulat
ing tho prico of a commodity so the
thousands of trees on Waialao ltauch
act as a factor in putting down the
prico of wood. Mr. Isettberg sells
wood cheaper than anybody else and
delivors it free in any pari of Hono
lulu. King tip either telephone and
got a cord.
If you'vn had any trouble with
your milk try some from the Wai
alau stock for a month.
L. B. KKItlt'S
I IIAVK JUBT KKCKIYKIr A
1.AIU1K AHHOKTMKNT OK . .
and Latest Styles.
TIIKHK (IOOHH U'll.l. UK HOI, I) IN
ANY (HIANTITY l-'ltO.M A
100 Yards Down to Enough
to Make a Single Suit I
- ANM AT -
Hard Times Prices!
L. B. KEItlt, - r.Mi'oitTKit,
fin. i, i,i fn uf
Japanese': Goods 1
.111 and L'oitoo l)rA.V Good.
iSilk, Li(h!(i iidd ( i'a)i' Shir Is
- OK :OMI'I.KTK Hriii'K
MsiIh by Yaiiihloya of Yokulntnik
When von arc tti neeit nf miv lnif
of Japaiienp UcKxia. kWi" iih llr-l mil ami
wivfl koIiik all aroiioit town
a OS Fort Bt, nat Cuuttm. IIoum
r?OK SAI.K -A lil(anarro) on W
tier Avtnun; (loml llou-c, llrit-ula
iiiipriivuiiiuii is- i,ouii.
170ltBAI.K-S.Si; Acres of (looil ColUc
l.itinl, futceu; live mllt'H fMin tosvu-
1?OHKAI,K-lelrhla Itnproved Prop
. trty ou fit ttolil. .wl street, near I'tt
luce Walk, 2 lits, 1! Jloilnea Biliillilnu--
F'OUBAI.K-lloiio soil I, '.I, Chlfken
Hoime, Hlutue, t'nanli Huipio, 1 1 1 tit
I 7011 HKNT KuriilHlifil o- llMfiirnlslieil
ilonsei, In nil part of tbe city,
lu; KOKT HritKKT,
In (lertit's Blum btoro, oppifto May's
- Wllil, ATTKNHTO
Maoagement and Sale oi Propam
Collecting in All Its Braueb.es.
Orrma No. 'i Merrlisnl ritrel
VITTTT-O-A.1, VaZUJZFXTOir-E: '5JI3C5
Oyster Oorktnils I
Hiiuor Uruutiou I
Kreitiirichuburt; Hour I
Straight aud Mixed Drluks
Of All KitiilHaml lli'Ht Qimllty.
Unulhwost (loroar King & Niiuiiiu Six
ATTOHNKY AT LAW.
Itemi.vrit to i Meriiliniil Hlrt'el.
MviUtiU Tolojihono tl(30,
8nvn flulf the Amount of Tour Oil
Bill 'XhriniKh Having in l'lumenl.
Kvcry p.iinlcr shotiltl use l.trcot, in
Head el liiiisccil Oil, liccniisc:
I. I.moi. I mure tUirnllf limn l.ltiroil
'I. I. not. I. more vimmi'ciI tltntt bin
IMIOOK THAT l.UCOL IS MOItE
Six yours of nctual life in exterior
hiMtfo pitiuiing in ('nlifnruhi (the
most trying cliiuiitn fur p.duls), in
the burning bent of the Arizouit Des
ert, (Ini Arctic cold uf Al.iskn, ami on
till. Alli.lltlf. PikImI lidt'ik f,,11i ...i.t
.... ....... v.'.ar., .... .1 .....J ..111.
prnclicitlly shown lh.it l.rroi, always
outwears Linseed Oil under the saute
couitilioits. All the ncid works in
Sun Francico hnvu ili.-curilcd Lin
seed Oil fur Li'coi..
IliLUSTKATK THIS VOUllHKl.P.
I'm slrtinu itnimonia on l.iuscctl and
Lucel paints. The l.insccd paints
tire (lotroycd ht a few minutes; Iho
buctil paints are practically uiiullcc.t
oil. I'KOOK THAT LUOOL IS M01M3
Brcuk up 1) lbs. paslu while lend
in one pint of Lt'oot,, and the same
quantity in one pint of Linseed Oil.
Spread the paints on similar dnrk
surfaces for coinpurhnu. The Lucol
paint spreads as fur as and covers
much holler than the Linseed p.iiul.
To get ciptidly gtmtl covering wills the
Linseed jiidnl you have to Use 1 llm.
of white lend lo one pint of Linseed
Oil. This menus n saving of J lit. of
paste lend lo each pint of Lncoi, used,
or II lbs. to every gallon, cipiivulcut
to your saving more thun hulf tho
llrsl cost of the Liroi..
Lrcoi, is not in conipclitiou with
elicit) Linseed Oil siihHiiutcs.
run i o ha
ttm for the Hawaiian Islands
rl. I. hll AW, Proprietor.
and Fine Beer
IIKI.I. TKI.KI'IIONK llll.
'or. KliiRnml Niuinint Klreet, llotiolnlii.
I.IMITKIi NMIMIIKIl OK HII.MSKJ
in the Hi'llth Koiti Cottee Compniiy
'I'lit' Company In miptlriil live linti'lreil
nerei nf collen liiinl In fee slinii'c lit I'ujui 'J,
hniilli Koitn. IIiihiiII, iiliuiii I line ttinl ime
half miles from lleepiilii.t IhoiIIii. Tito
Inn. I In unions llm liol fur collee i;nmlnt;
ill Koim, the Mill uiiislMlMKof very rli'li ii-it
ami cnnlly wnrki'il. A lar,; iiiiinlier of
slinrit' Imve nlri'Mily heeu Miliirrllieil for.
Uf Apply to
J M. MONHAItltAT,
furtwrlitht's block, .Merchant Mreet,
Episcopal Church Services!
BKOINNINO ON KUKDAY, OI'TOllKIl
lllh, regular mornliiL' mill evening
htvIci'c will huhelil liy tint .Sldthiiilixt I'.pla
eopiil I'linrcli of Honolulu. UKV. II. W.
I'l.OK, 1'iiNtor, in llie hull, at thttrortifrnf
Kurt uml Hotel streets (Thistle, formerly
AliMi'Xiitlnii duili IIimihih).
A formal urKaiibutlnti of thli Chitreh
will titkit plni'u on Hnniliiy, Novemlier I.
All Ohrlntiuiis iiotntlllliiteil with tiny other
KvmiKclluul I'limeh uru luvlteil to unite in
UiU urbanization. 1 1 r.7- tin
People's Baggage Express
Vlll'l. (,AI.I- ANY 1'AKT OK THK
V City for IIMltlAOK. All lits.K.iKe
reeelveil liyusulll he hnmllei! with care
uml itisputuli. V:iL'f,'nns will lie on the
Wharf to meet all Kurolun ami Inltir
Inlmiil Ktemuers. .Moving I'mieis ami
I'lirilitlliu a speui.tlty. (Illlee - Uliileil
Citrrliiun Co. mnl l.ivery Ktalilf.-, corner of
KiliKU'iil Kort bt reels next to K O. Hull
.V Nut, Until lelephoiies'J'S).
Mix Urn M. T. M.VKKHAI,!,.
IMtAUTIUAL - GUN-MAKKK I
I hep to Ittlorm bKirtliiR Mult and tlifl
Uenerttl J'nhlir that I hiii prepurril to He
pnir anil itenoviito every (lesiiriiitloli of
rirt-nriiiH. (liuih Utiles mnl itevolvera
dktllfully Ke-Bt(K'keil. Jllneiiif'Biiil Jlrown
Hit; ilune in sny blisile. Kirsl-olasH work
iimtiHlup ;mtre.iiii'i.t CiiHloiiiKrM innniptly
UNION BTUKK.T. HONOI.III.II
JOHN 1'. BROWN,
Dealer ill Hawaiian uml Furelii I'lislae
blitnipH, l. O, llox III, Huuollilii,
Hiirlienl ir lees ci veil for HiiiimiI uml IInimI
HuauIIiiii htuiupi in iixi'hmii;ii for oilier
eoiuilrleh from llrt-eluiniipprovul slieeta,
Hliei ts forwuriieil lo iiny pun of the IsIiiiiiIh
nit uiiplli'Htliiu Willi town re fere I lie.
J 1. It Is open lo meet tmy collectors liy
siipolnlliient ill'J llm
Dlhliesitllit (IhliiiiMiire Wituteil!
CliH'kn, 'iVuli'lin anil .li wehy Ws III nit
Olil Oolil Mini Hllver VSitnleilt
ttr Hlybtit 1'ilciii I'ald I
114 Kin if fitroot, Oorunr of Alukoit,