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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL, ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, SEPTEMBER 8. 1S97.
RESOLUTION IS IN
Public Moonlight Concert.
BEST MADE IN THE WORLD
On this Wednesday evening, at 7:30
o'clock, at Makee Island:
Overture Semiramide (by request)
Melody Amore Muratori
Serenade! Love in Idleness (by re
Committee of Natives
Meet President Dole.
Selection Belle of Cairo Peile
Cornet Solo Columbia Rollinson
Mr. Charles Kreuter.
Selection Goldbeetle's Soiree Kling
Fantasia Mill in the Forest. Eilenberg
Waltz The Tyrolean Zeller
Presented by Mr. J. K. KauIIa Re
sume of Speeches on Be
half of Government
- I ' " n r
For Ladles' and Gentlemen's
At about 2 p. m. yesterday the Com
mittee of Fifteen, appointed by the
anti-annexation natives to present a
certain resolution to President Dole
and the Ministers, walked into the
President's room. Shortly afterwards
the President and Minister Cooper ap
peared, whereupon Mr. J. K. Kaulia
presented the members of the commit
tee. Minister Cooper then left the
room and soon appeared with Minis
ters King and Damon. The following
resolution was then read in Hawaiian,
the President expressing his "mahalo"
at the close:
"To Sanford B. Dole, President; Hen
ry E. Cooper, Minister of Foreign
Affairs; James. A. King, Minister
of the Interior; Samuel M. Damon,
Minister of Finance, and William O.
Smith, Attorney-General, of the
Republic of Hawaii. Greeting:
"Whereas, It has been submitted to
-the Senate of the United States of
America by the President of the Unit
ed States of America and its Secretary
of State, a treaty for the annexation of
Hawaii to the United States of Amer
ica, and which still lies with the said
Senate for action thereon to be had at
its regular session which shall be in
December next. And,
"Whereas, A proclamation was is
sued by S. B. Dole, President of the
Republic of Hawaii, calling all the
members of the Senate of this Repub
lic to assemble in a special session of
said Senate to be convened at the Ex
ecutive Building, in Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, Hawaiian Islands, on the 8th
inst., for the consideration of the ques
tion of the ratification of the said pro
posed treaty of annexation of Hawaii
to the United States of America. And,
"Whereas, The native Hawaiians
and a large majority of the people of
the Hawaiian Islands have been in di
rect opposition to the annexation of
Hawaii to the United States of Am
"Whereas, The native Hawaiians and
a large majority of the people of these
Islands have fully believed in the in
dependence and free autonomy of
these Islands and to the continuation of
the Covernment of Hawaii as of a
free and Independent country gov
erned by and under its own laws.
Therefore, be it
"Resolved, We, who in mass-meeting
assembled on the Cth day of Septem
ber, A. D. 1897, at the City of Honolulu
aforesaid, for ourselves and for and on
behalf of the people of Hawaii, as well
as for the large majority of the peo
ple of the Hawaiian Islands, earnestly
protest against the annexation of Ha
waii to the United States of America
in any form or shape.
"JAMES KEAUILUNA, Chairman;
"J. K. KAUNAMANO,
"EDWARD K. LI LI K ALA NT,
"ABR. K. PALEKALUHI,
' "T. C. POLIKAPA,
"F. S. KEIKI,
"J. MAHIAI KANEAKUA,
""DAVID LOKANA KEKU,
"J. P. KAHAHAWAI,
"JOHN P. KUOHA,
"J. W. HOLOUA,
"S. H. MEEKAPU,
"Honolulu, September 6, 1897."
In answer, President Dole spoke, in
part, as follows:
"I am sorry that this resolution was
not presented several days ago, so that
A CURE FOR BILIOUS COLIC.
RESOURCE, Screven Co.. Ga. I
have been subject to attacks of bilious
colic for several years. Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
is the only sure relief. It acts like a
charm. One dose of it gives relief
when all other remedies fail. G. D.
SHARP. For sale by all druggists and
dealers, Benson, Smith & Co., agents
for Hawaiian Islands.
ALL OTHERS ARE IMITATIONS.
One feature of our
shirt products worth
knowing is their toughness
in the wash boiler.
Of course fit, style, and
price help make 'em
None more so than
our one fifty.
The kind that do not .shrink. We have them in all sizes;
from 500 to 5,000 gallons, and larger ones we can get on short notice.
Do not place an order for a tank without getting our prices: It will
pay you to do so.. Ask for a circular showing cut of Tank and giving
prices and full information as to size and weight of each tank.
If you wish a WINDMILL to fill a tank with, we can furnish
you the well known PERKINS In any size. Ask Mr. VV. W
Dimond what he thinks of the "Perkins" Mill he has on his ranch
We also have PUMPS of all sizes; from the small Lifting Pump
to a large Wind Mill Pump; also Ship and Deck Force Pumps.
E. O. HALL & SON, Ld.
New Line of the Latest Designs.
Linen Embroidered and Drawn
When Gambrinus, on a keg of beer, unfurled his
standard to the air he looked around the place and said:
'fc Schlitz Is Besss-b!
srs E3u-fc Fair."
There are many kinds of Beer;
. I. JORDAN'S
EXECUTORS SALE 1
.9 Hotel St., Waverley Block.
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen-Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER.
P. C JONES.
EDWIN A. JONES.
Hoiii sole Deposit and
By order of the Executors of the Es
tate of ADELIA CORNWELL, deceas
ed, I will sell at Public Auction, on the
premises, Judd Street,. Honolulu,
A Model Plant Is not complete with
out Electric Power, thus dianomtn
with small engines.
Why not generate your power from
one CENTRAL Station? One gener
ator can furnish power to your Pump
Centrifugals. Elevators. Plows. Rail
ways and Hoists; also furnish light
and power for a radius of from 15 to
Electric Power belne used save th
labor of hauling coal In your field, also
water, and does away with high-priced
engineers, and only have one enelne tm
look after In your mill.
Where water power Is available It
costs nothing to generate Electrle
THE HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC COM
PANY Is now ready to furnish Elec
tric Plants and Generators of all de
scriptions at short notice, and also hat
on hand a large stock of Wire. Chan
deliers and Electrical Goods.
All orders will be given prompt at
tention, and estimates furnished for
Lighting and Power Plants: also at
tention Is given to House and Marina
THEO. HOFFMAN. Manager.
It will not be necessary for you to
call at the drug store for a tonic Call
at the GERMAN BAKERY and get
a loaf of
On Friday, October 15, Quaker Bread.
u 1 i The best tonic tn h hnrl. Oiin
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
BROKERS AND FIRE INSURANCE
Stocks and Bonds bought and sold
Parties desiring to either buy or sell
Bonds and Stocks would do well to
consult us, as we have facilities for
purchasing or selling at the best pre
vailing market rates.
Safe Deposit Boxes to rent by the
month or year.
Money to loan an approved security.
0tT8. BCHUMAN, FEOP. C. H. BKLUNA.MGB.
THE BEER THAT MADE
UNEQUALLED FOR TABLE USB,
& CO., Ltd,
property, known as the
The best tonic to be had. Quaker
Bread Is malted bread. Malt Is the
great tonic of the age. Quaker Bread Is
rich in diastase and maltose and ex
quisite in flavor. Chicago consume
dally about 200,000 loaves of this bread.
QUAKER BREAD is sold at same
HA price as other bread, and you get your
II M tonic FREE.
Hack Stand Telephone No. 319.
Btablea Telephone No. 4TT.
Giving Up Business!
I might have had more time to think . , . - . -
about it. The Senate is called together GCIltS F Uf MSlling UOOQS, ElC.
AT HALF PRICE.
For 2 Weeks Onlyl
for tomorrow and the time for consid
eration is very short. The Government
is here to look after the rights of the
people. We think that annexation
would be better for the country, but it
is perfectly right for the people to ex
press their views. I will send my an
swer to you as soon as I have been
able to prepare it in writing."
Attorney - General Smith entered
about this time and spoke next, ex
pressing himself, in part, as follows:
"We are all 'makaainanas here to
gether. It would be best for us if we
were all to work along together. We
are on the side of annexation, and we
think that this would be the best thing
for the land and the nation, but we are
glad tohave the people express their
In his short speech, Minister Damon
spoke of the subject of annexation as
being an old one, and said that it was
right and proper that the Government
should be at the head of any move
ment for the protection of the inter
ests of the residents or me country.
There could be no annexation without
the direction of this country.
Ministers Cooper and King did not
SDeak. After Minister Damon's short
address. President Dole shook hands
with the committeemen and the work
Later in the afternoon, Enoch John
son, Secretary of the Hawaiian Patri
otic League, took copies of the resolu
tion to the representatives of America,
England, Japan, France and Portugal.
YEE SING TAI.
Wicker Chairs, Wall Paper,
Matting: and Mattresses.
625 Fort St.
Opp. Club 8tables.
WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY,
The Andrade brothers have recovered
from their recent circus episode and
are now telling their friends how they
performed the act.
There is more difference of opinion
on the outcome of the championship
races this year than there has ever
Rev. Stephen L. Desha of Hllo is in
town and will probably speak in Ka
walahao at an early date.
me ' Kieineo Troiio sittoi
Will reopen In September, and all ap
plicants for admission are requested
to call at once upon Mrs. Harriet Cas
tle Coleman, 660 King street. 4695-tf
Contractor and Builder,
Carpenter & Cabinet Maker.
Furniture of all kinds constantly
hand and made to order.
1S7 Nuuanu St., cor. Kukui lane.
i&iid livery oiitl Booming Sfe
Cor. Merchant and Richards Sts.
LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLES.
Carriages, Surreys and Hacks at all
hours. TELEPHONE 400.
BUTTERICK Basque, 9212 i
PATTERNS Skirt. 9080
The Above or Any Other Pattern of
BUTTERICK'S COSTUMES to be had of
EVlRS. M. HA ft ft A.
Fashionable : Milliner.
Sept. 1, A Shipload of
Nitrate of Soda!
Place your order now for immediate
delivery from the wharf. Advance or
ders given the preference in order in
which they are received.
All kinds of Suits made to order. Fit
I employ only skilled labor and hav
made a name for myself in my trad
second to none in Honolulu.
W. W. AHANA.
S23 NUUANU ST. P. O. BOX W.
ffl Ik Ml Ml
LADIES' AND CENTS'
and at present occupied by Mrs. Wld-
The real estate comprises about 4.7
100 acres of the finest residence prop
erty in Honolulu.
The grounds are planted with a vast
variety of fruit, shade, plam and other
treea, ana are iaia out witn one car
riage drives and walks through tropic
al foliage. One of the valley streams
runs through the eastern boundary o
The mam dwelling is a commodious
two-story building, containing Spaci
ous Drawing Room, Dining Room, Bil
liard Room, Bed Rooms, etc., and has
all modern improvements. The house
19 substantially built and the rooms are
all well ventilated. Sanitary nlumblne
Cottages, Stables, Carriage Houses
and Out-houses on the property.
ine situation commands an unsur
passed view of the Harbor, the main
portion of the City and the adjacent
mountain scenery. This Is one of the
largest and finest residences that has
been offered at public sale In Honolulu,
and must be sold, to close the above
Immediately following the sale of the
residence, I will sell
The Entire HonselioM Furniture
particulars of which can be obtained at
Parties contemplating purchasing the
Residence and wishing to inspect the
same, should make application at my
office, No. 33 Queen Street.
J AS. F. MORGAN,
And Artistic Cases.
For further details address
fftiiii Mliliig tei
A. F. COOKE, Manager.
P. O. Box 136. Honolulu.
-:- WHOLESALE DEALER IN -:-
Japanese Wines, Liquors
: : : Saki a Specialty.
ALLEN STREET. Telephone, 704.
CHAS. BREWER & CO.'S
kimonos New York line.
The Bark FOOHNG SUEY will
from New York for Honolulu
Fsncy . Crockery wire! n r about December ist.
And Many Other Japanese Novelties.
BED ROCK PRICES!
Waverlet Block. Hotel Stbeet
If sufficient inducement offers. Ad
vances made on shipments on liberal
terms. For further particulars, ad
dress Messrs. CHAS. BREWER &
CO., 27 Kllby Street, Boston, or
C. BREWER & CO, Ltd.,
Manufactured at the
833 Fort St. Tel. 677.
The only progressive bakery in Ho
nolulu. Headquarters for the Celebrat
ed RALSTON HEALTH BREAD.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Metropolitan Meat Company
Corner Hotel and Bethel Streets
Only : Pore : Liqnor : Sold
First class patronage solicited.
0 M Ml
Subscribed Capital Yen 12,000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 7,600,000
Reserve Fund Yen 5.464.00t
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Uekky St. Goar. zdward Polutz.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange
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COMMISSION BROKERS AND DEAL
ERS IN INVESTMENT
Particular attention given to dut-
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tiated. Eastern and Foreign Stock
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