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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 25, 1895.
TT IS TO BE "short horao soon
ourriod" with this session of
tho Logislatnro, and it is probable
that Bomo important moiiRuros
will be overlooked. Tho matter
of inducing immigration from tho
United States is ono that should
huvo tho attention of tho membors
without much delay. Tho moro
pooplo that are hero permanently
the bettor will bo tho business of
every store koopor on tho islands.
A good farmer is worth some
thing to tho storo kooper who sells
honest goods.nt low prices, that's
ns. Wo aro offering ribbons nil
widths at pricos tHut actually
makd us ashamed to toll you what
theyaro. Tllo coats of our rivals
turn green with onvy whon they
hoar.of thom. Wo have them in
overy concoivablo uhndo.
Our stock 'of undorwear has
never been, 'equalled, much less
oxcollod in either quality br prico.
It is absolutoly tho best at' what
you pay for a second or third class
article. It was only byohanco that
wo socured .the stock of a well
known denier in San Franoisco,
(overstocked was his exouso for
disposing oflit), and as wo got
them, far below tho market value
wo aro enabled to giV you tho
benefit of our good luck. They're
going rapidly, thoso suits, and you
must speak quick if you want
If you; aro thinking about get
ting a riding orLicyolo suit you
had better look' into our ladies,
cloth arid sorgos. Tho quality is
right and bo iB tho prico. All
shades and desirable widths.
TI TEMPLE OF FASHION,
519 Fort Street,
To the Public and Tourist3.
Any party wishing to take a
rido around' tho Island, or to tho
Pali, can bo acconJomduted at a
small cost by F. Smit,Ki the Bus
man. At Smith's Stable's can bo
found at a mbtnont's notico Buss
es, Wagonettes, Buggies, Saddlo
Horses, etd. , Jfor hire.' '
Special -"attention paid to Tour
ists wishing to take in the sights
at a small fai;e. This is tho cheap
est place ill town.
Horses broke, doublo or single;
also horsos bought, Bold or ox
changed. For further particulars
apply to j.
Bus and Livory Stables.
King St, between Fort and Bethel.
Tele-phono 408. June 18, G-mo.
The SINGER Received
54 First Awards for- Sewing: Ma
chines and EMnnoiDEnY WonK
at tho World's Fair, Chicago, 111.,
being tho largest number of award,
obtained by any Exhibitor, and
more than double J tho number
given to all other Sowing Ma
chines B. BERGEnSON.
my 31 tf Bothol st., Honolulu.
SAMOA STILL SUFFERS.
ItltiriSII FLAGSHIP OnLANDO
Union of Factions AdvloodFoiirtli
of JnlrHninoann Improved br
National vossels at Samoa are
the British Bhip Rapid and tho
Gorman ship Bussard. Tho British
flagship Orlando, had mado a
brief call. Admiral Bridge visit
ed and entertained Maliotoo and
salutod the Sumoan flag. Tho
Samoa Times Bays this offioial
rooognition of Maliotoa as king
should carry weight with ttie
malcontonts of Atua and Anna,
but, on tho other hand, it says
there aro thoso who will say that
Muliotoa is expected to fight his
own battles without other than
moral assistance from tho Powers,
because tho opon defiance
of tho gorornmont existing is ap
parently considered a fact of not
sufficient consequenco for another
naval demonstration. Tho samo
paper says "tho sooner tho King
and Faipulo realizo that they
must roly on thoir own resources
the botter, and tho soonor they
adopt sorao measures that will
bring thom in touch with their
political opponents tho hotter al
so. As the matter now stands
tho country to the whites is
not worth living in. Trade is ab
solutoly at a standstill, and aliens
aro taxed, hoavily to support a
government that cannot or will
not help themselves, not to men
tion pay for permission to live by
In another artiole the Times
advocate's a combination between
tho Malietoa and Mataafa faotions
for securing a stablo native gov
ernment. For this purpose it
would have Mataafa brought back
from his exile, assuming that
by this time all ambition to sit on
the throne has died out with him.
A rumor that tho Orlando had
hoisted tho British flag, on tho
occasion of ontortainiug Maliotoa
with a sham fight at Mulinuu,
cnuscd some excitement and con
sumption of liquids. "Unfor
tunately the yarn had no founda
tion," comments the Times, "and
we aro left In our original state of
A ,,fouo" of robelB at Lufilufi
issuod a manifesto to the ohiofs on
Mulinuu and tho foreign repre
sentatives. They asked for a
conforonco to disouss proposals
for settling tho affairs of the
country. At tho samo time they
dcolaro that tho many years of
disorderly rulo under Malietoa
havo convinced thom that, under
that ohiof, Samoa cannot bo
Tho Samoa Times advooates a
street watering Bystem to mitigate
the dust nuisanco, which "is not
only disagreeable in the oxtremo
but destructive of property.'
Referring to an item in a Ha
waiian paper that tho gamo birds
imported from Samoa by H.
Whitney and other sportsmen
had not been seen siueo lot go in
Waolani volley, the Samoa Times
says, "Wo cannot find any game
birds in Samoa, although wo
have beon gunning a bit."
An editorial in the Times des
cants upon the woes of alio is who
marry native wives from thecustom
of communism utnongtheSamoans.
At first the husband is rather
gratified ut having his wife's rela
tives visit her, bringiug prosonts
of food, etc., but, when the
number increases until he finds
he is related by marriage to all
Samoa, tho cuse takes on a diiier
ent aspect and a serious one bo
far as dollars and cents are con
cerned. A boy.wasjtriod by tho magis
trate at Apia for spitting in a
baker's cart. Tho ovidonce was
inconolusivo as to whothor or not
defendant had spat on a loaf, and
tho magistrate in perplexity sont
tho casejjup to tho Supremo Oourt
Tho Munioipal Council has re
solved on a monthly Banitary in
spection of tho town of Apia.
United States Consul Mulligan
hold a loree on tho Fourth, which
was -Inrgoty nttondod by" other
nationalities aB well as the resi
dent Amoricans. A famous native
orator was presont and dolivered
an address through an interpreter,
Tho Samoa Times has an edi
torial discussing the propriety of
allowing Sumoans to bo takon
abroad for show purposes. It
holds that tho nativos should not
bo allowed to go abroad if thoir
conductors wero all like Cunning
ham (who gave exhibitions of his
troupe hero several years ago).
Somo of his troupe died abroad
and othors woro abandoned in tho
States and sont homo by tho Now
H. J. Moors had treated his
World's Fair and Midwintor Fair
troupos, howovor, with porfoct
satisfaction, and thoir enlarged
views of tho world greatly im
proved thoir characters. A Mr.
Marquardt has just left with tho
fourth native troupo to leave
Samoa, and tho Times concludes
that foreign "uinlagas" should bo
oncouraged as much ns possible
by tue king and liis advisers, as
tonding to oducato tho Samoans
n such a way as to lead to their
ultima to improvement as n pooplo.
LIN SING- KEE,
PLUMBER AND TIN SMITH.
'103 Hotel street, Honolulu.
A. V. G-EAR
ACCOUNTANT AND GENEBAL
G3-M GOO King St.
Engrosser - and, - Illuminator
Paoifio Hardware Co.
GONSALVES & CO,
WHOLESALE GROCERS AND
225 Queen street, Honolulu, II. I.
PLUMBER AND TIN EOOFER.
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Hotol stroot, Honolulu, H. I.
, 4MI; '
MEM OLM liT CO.
S3. ClncT Stroot.
G. J. WALtinn, - - - Manager.
WHOLESALE AND KETAIL
EDMUND P. DOLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
318 Fort St. - Telephono 01.
D. J. OASHMAN.
SAIL AND TENT MAKER.
Awning8n rfpooialty. Over Cali
fornia Fo6d Company's store.
SEAROHEIt OP RECORDS, COLLECT,
or, Translntor in English and Hnwniian,
Real Etitnte Aoont, Copyist, Typowriter,
Stamp Dealer, Purchasing, Commission nnd
Advertising Agent, etc., oto.
t W Office: No. 327, Kinc Street, tho
formor privato office of E. 1). Thomas. The
Office of tho Nativo Paper KA MAKAAI
NANA is iu tho Offlco in tho rear under the
Botweon Waialua and Loilehua,
or betweon tho latter place and
Honolulu, on Mondny, July 1st, a
large pookot book containing
papers of value only to tho owner.
Tho findor will bo suitably ro
wardod on roturning it to
WILDER S. S. Co.,
47-tf Fort and Merchant Sts.
Tho popular Suasido Resort for
ladies and childron. Good ac
commodation. Luncheon sorvod.
W. S. BARTLETT.
The Eagle House on Nuunnu
avo., partly furnished, also tho
Kapona Cottage adjoining tho
Eagle Houso with grounds sur
rounding. Apply to
T. E. KEOUSE,
Arlington Hotol, King St. 43-tf.
California Fruit Market.
Cornor King and Alakca Strcots.
BY EVERY STEAMER
From Ban Francisco with
Fresh Fruits, Oysiors, Saloon, Poultry,
Etc., Eta, Etc.
Jose Do Espirito Santo,
GUITAR SS& MAKER
Taro-Patch and Ukulele Guitars
Mado of Hawaiian Woods.
130 Fort Street Opposite Club Stables.
WING WO TAI & CO
No 25 Knnnnn Stroot
Honolulu, H. I.
Commission Mcrtinnt, Importers nnd
Lieuiera in uenorai iMercimiullHe, lino Mani
la Cignrx, Chinoso ana Jaimnoso Crockery
ware, 'Mattings. Vascu of all Klnda, Cam
puorwood Trunks, KutUu Cbaiiu. A fine
assortment of Dress Silks, choicest Brands
of Chinoso and Japaneso Teas of Latest Im
portations. fjG Inspection of New Goods respect
lieu xei. zuo.
P.O. Box 153
The . . .
' Has a largo assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on hand.
Estimates givon for hous3 wir
ing and Electrical plants.
Marino Wiring nspooialty.
A New Abstract Office
Asa rosnlt of 15 yoars experience "
in tho Abstract Business, I am
prepared to mnko Abstracts of
Titlo in n moat thorough, accur
ate, and comploto manner and ou
P. W Makivvev.
In W. O. Smith's Oflido, 318
Fort Street. myl3.
THE "ARLINGTON" '
A FAMILY HOTJ3L.
I. ICro-aao, - - . Kroja.
Tcr Week 12.0O
Opoelsa auToaatlilsr Batas'l
Tbo Best of Attendaucc, tho Best Situa-
" " mo finest meals in tins City
Gl&ug ppjeokel do.
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islandc
Principal Parts of tho World,
Transact a General Banking, vj
Mil 9 9 t h hM
A F. Mkdeihos. 8. Dkcke.
JVIedeiros $ Co
Hotel Street, Arlington
Th cry of hard times has renchnii no nil
and realizing that man must be clothedjlwo
im ueciuca to jwe
iednce Oup puicefl For the
Jb 30 Db
and we offer suits and trouiers at prlc'te that
Will ltn .Dl.Ktti .!.. I. . . l.mmw
carry select stock of goods, and Kusrantee
a perfect Qt and tirst class work. Those who
really desire to be dressed neatlv and natty,
and cannot afford to speud much money on
tttf.lt nlnilina ...111 .1 11 fu ... ?
...v.. v,.,. ... uu ncii in calling ai our
storu before going elsewhere.
H. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch in Town
Tea and Coffee
AT ALIi HOURS.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
AI.WAYS ON nAND.
At WAIKIK1 on car line ami on PA
LAMA ROAD near Fertiliziiur
These Iota are Very Cheap and Sold
on Easy Terms.
Desirnblo Aero Tracts near the city ant
other Proiertie8 for sale.
BRUCE, WAKING & CO.,
Dealers in Lots ami Lands,
1-tr 503 Fort Street, near King.
TKLErnoNE C07. P. O. Box 32L
Carriage . Manufactory
128 & 130 FORT STREET.
Dlacksmithing in All Us Branches.
Orders from tho othor Islands iu Ruilfi.
ing, Trimmiuff, 1'aintiiiff, etc., etc,, ,
Promptly attouded to.
W. W. WIIIUUT, rroprlotoc
J (Successor to O. West)