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EVENING UULLKTJN, AUGUST , 1805,
ngir Topics or 1 Day,
Tlii lllibtiHleri'iK himinuHH Ih
growing monotonous; (ho people
who nro cngngod in nianuinrttir
ing minora should twitch oil' and
do something olrfo or Uio govorn
mont will loso confidonco in tliom.
Such lonorts do tho country no
good and wo full to soo whoro llio
rumor makers nro hcnofitcd Ha
wm'i does not scum to mind it
much for thiugH nro us quiet nnd
peaceful lioro up in n woll con
Wo bolieve wo hivo quite tho
bst stock of leather in Honolulu
and it comprises bosidos foIo
leather tho colebratod Spoits light
and honvy harnosa lcnthor, nnd
lentlior for middles. Tho boat of
Tussott and rod onlf skinH.
Leather for carriage mukcrs, calor--ed
lining skins nnd soft dnsh
lenther. All kinds of louthor ia
higher todny than it wus ttro
montliH ngo; in somo instnncos it
has ndvaucod as much ns ton por
cent, but ns wo woro woll stocked
before tho riso wo can soil at tho
aamo old price nnd perhaps it
little lowor. Wo hnvo a very com
ploto stock of Shoo nnd Harness
iiudings and tools for all kinds of
leuthor work tho prico of which
is entirely satisfactory to nil of
Wo have tho goods nnd tho
prices will suit you.
. O. Hall Son.
Fort & Kinir Streets.
VM. L. PETERSON.
JVotary Public, Typewriter
'OlTKE: 13 Kanhumnuu St.
AT THE ANCHOR
Soutbcnat Cor. King & Nuuanu SU.
Sauor Brunnon I
Frodoricksburg Boer I
Straight and Mixed Drinks
Of All Kinds nml Boat Quality.
Central JVEeat JWarir.ets
Lovo'j) Building, Nuuanu St.
A FIHST CLASS MnrVet iu every
Orders delivered promptly to all parts ol
fjgr Tclephono 154.
II F. SINGER, for six yennt foreman with
41. Swain on Sutter street, umlies tho
most dollcioiis Pies of any baker in Hono
lulu. Minco Pica u Rpeci.ilty. Cakes and
Ice Cream furnished for bulls or families.
SINGER'S BAKER V, King Streot
JZF" Tolephono 872. 40-tf
next to Lucas' Mill
(Drays, Carts and
For PULLING UP Trees
V. O. JONES.
E. A. JONES.
HAVE FOR HALE
A Few Hhnroft of
Pniu Hiitfiir Stock,
Hawaiian Hiifrur Co. Stock.
illiiwnliiui Government and 1st
Mortirmro Miliar I'lanta-
tgy" For particulars apply to
Tho Hawaiian Safo Deposit &
.408 Furt Htrtmt, ... Honolulu
HAYtJE AND THE RAILROAD.
Tin: mirrou uv tiii: iiawai.
ian'n nirriirrivi: woiik.
CitrrMimiititl dnll .fnllnii II.1
Attntilliin la (Jnitlciiintil) On
Iriirtnr, Clininnnuiir. An
nrxiitlon nml Nnsnr.
Mn. KiUTUit: In tho opening
number of tho Hnwaiinu tho pub
lic woro informed that its object
was to dofent nnnoxution. Dooa
writing Hourrilons articles about
institutions that omploy white tncu
at a fair remuneration holpto that
ontl ? Or is it just, fair or gontlo
manly to tiiko tho silly garbage
of irrosponsiblo sorohouds ns i?oa-
pol truth whoro tho good namo of J
uonm, onergeiio ouizous is con
cerned? Wo havo boon troatod to
n dissertation upon missionary
sugar barons and heavy dividends,
but it soems that tho light divid
ends of tho O. It. fc L. Co. suits
Mr. Hnyne still loss.
A long locturo was read to tho
Advortiscr upon tho folly of writ
ing about subjects it did not
understand, yot tho oditor of tho
Hawaiian upon tho solo ovidence
of what ho calls a "gentlemanly
oontraotor," undertakes tho con
gonial task of giving a black oye
to a legitimate business and tho
men at the head of it. Mr. Hayno
troubles himsolf little about tho
character of hisgontlomanly con
tractor and it is doubtful if said
contractor's knowledge of rail
road building oxtends beyond
that of an ordinary inspector. A
few trilling moidents of Mr.
Hayno's trip over the road nro
magnified from inolo hills into
mountains to suit the writor's
noble aim, such as the conductor
and his dime, and saki tubs in
observation cars. As to tho first,
it is not ovory day a conductor
has tho honor of hauling tho
great Mr. Hayno, and if in tho
prosonco of such an august par
son ho did put on a few frills,
why, all flesh is weak. As to tho
observation car, had Mr. Hayno
so desirod ho could havo had a
oar with tho most comfortable
seats, and I bolieve thero is still
not only oceans but isles of
champugno in town if one wants
to pay for it.
Tho editor of the Hawaiian
has beon doing a little doteotivo
work in tho mnttor of bonds, but
by tho vnguo and erratio wuy in
which he dwells on that subject it
is plain to tho most casual ob
server that he oould loam nothing
that was not pluin and above
board concerning said bonds.
Although I havo no authority for
saying so, still I boliovo that if
Mr. Huyno would pay n visit to
the railroad office Mr. Dillingham
would give him nil the informa
tion on that point and whilo tho
gontlomun is on the premises ho
could loarn that in management
nnd equipment tho O. R. & L.
(Jo. equals tho best roads in tho
Unitod States and also that tho
financial status of the company
even under tho present adverse
circumstances more than justifies
the promotors of tho road.
Mr. Hayne must surely bo
aware that there are a good many
Americans here (not missionaries)
trying to make nn honest liveli
hood. Thoto aro also a good
many Americans who do not
troublo themselves or caro much
about annexation, but thoy do
caro about pcaco and will try to
Does Mr. Hayno soek to bo a
philanthropist to do somo good
with . his able journal und his
caustic pen? If so, tho field is
wide and he might succeed whore
he claims the missionaries have
failed. Let him go on somo of
tho plantations whoro the ro
sources of civilization nro pushed
to extremes in tho ondeavor to
swoll the dividtnds and whoro
tho prooess of transplanting tho
Asiatic for tho white man goos
Tho writor of thoso linos has
not roceivod nor doos ho oxpoot
uny favors from tho O. It. As L.
Co. Ho him worked on railroads
mid other things in North and
South America, on tho Atlantic
and I'uoifio Coasts, nnd it givos
him ploasuro to boar this testi
mony to tho mannger of tho 0. It,
it Co,, that in all his trnvols n
bottor omployer, a more kind and
considerate muster, could not bo
The exhibition by thoMom
boi'H of tho Kilolmiia Art
Longuo has given decorative
art mi impetus such ns lins not
been felt fur years. Tho China
painting fad has reached us
and B'i'iie handsome specimens
woro shown in tho nrt rooms.
Tho material for doing tho
work came from us and wo
now havo in stock nn elegant
assortment of Lacroix lube
Colors and Brushes, Burnishers
Stipplers used in this class of
work. Our ctock is completo
with tho finest assortment of
colors, brushes, canvas and
frames for art work.
Elegant show rooms and
goods now. Prices about as
cheap as you ever heard of.
Tie Pacific Hardware Co.
For Rent or Lease.
A two story building on Nuunnu street
opposito Lovo s Bakery.
A. V. GEAR.
Tho Eaglo House on Nuuanu
nve., partly furnished, ulso tho
Knpona Cottngo adjoining tho
Eaglo Houso with grounds sur
rounding. Apply to
T. E. KROUSE,
Arlington Hotol, King St. 13-tf.
Aloha Bath House.
Next to Marino Railway. Bath
ing suits on hand. Patrons
brought frco from tug-boat wharf
on telephoning No. C85. Furn
ished rooms to let on tho premises.
Mrs. J. H. Reist.
my 15-1 n
As light ai a feather nnd nsdurnblo
as iron, the only propor lint for this Coun
try nnd tho only plnco to buy one is nt tho
Now Republic Building ou King Street.
Tho prico is rcasonnblc, only S2.00. Coiuo
in and try one on. If it is not tho lightest hat
you over had, don't buy.
Horizontal Slide Valvo En
giuo mndo by Honolulu Iron
Works Co. lit 1885. Boro of
Cylinder 13": Lenth of Stroke
40": Crank Shaft on loft of
Cylinder: Haud Reversing Gour.
Uiamotor of Fly-wheel 14ft.: Sizo
of Engino Bed 3 foet wide x 20ft.
For further particulars apply to
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
Jinn is generally as vaiu as a woman,
but it it. ulinobt an impossibility to get him
to admit it. Some aro particular about tho
shnpe of their hats, others are daft on shoes;
but the last mother's son of them will insist
Fitwhon itcomes toclothes.Thoy go on
tho old adago that "fluo feathent make lino
tiirds;" and us far as tho urtistio oyo is con
cerned they aro about light nnd thnt is tho
reason that most men drive- their tailor al
most mad by insisting on n ported
Thero nro several kinds of fits, hnwovcr,
somo arc hereditary, somo mo brought on
by boat, over-exertion, ctu., but the lit that
is brought about by us is not iilFeoted by the
heat or cold, but is nevertheless heredi
tary with us.
JOHNSTON & STOREY.
4i-W 418 Fort St.
H. HACKELD & CO.
Qavo just roooivod n now Supply of tho
Celebrated "Danish Beer"
Of tho following BrnmlH : -
Also, Just to hand a largo coiipiguniont of
Genuine Bavarian Hep;
H. E. MoINTYRE & BRO.,
ntromu akd guuy n
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed. '
new Booa BeoelTtd by Bwry Ptcket from the Baitarn BUtoe end urop.
FBJCSH - CALIFORNIA - PRODUCE - BY - EVERY - STSA1MH
All Orden faithfully attended to end Qoodi Delivered to an
Pert of the City FBKB. 7
Ibuxb Oisim Souothd. Sathtaotiok 8?aJUMTU,
a 0OKBBK rOBI AMD KIKQ BTBBBXB,
J. S. WALKER,
Qeel qErJT FOR THE HWHn sld
ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY, LIVERPOOL,
ALLIANCE ASSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON,
ALLANOEMARINE & GEN. ASSURANCE CO. OF LONDON
SUN INSURANCE COMPANY, SAN FRANCISCO.
WILHBLMA OF MAGDEBURG GENERAL INSURANCE CO
NORTHWESTERN M. LIFE INS. CO., MILWAUKEE,
SUN LIFE INS. CO. OF CANADA,
LIFE, FIRE and MARINE RISKS,
TAKEN at REASONABLE RATES.
Rooms 12 SPREOKELS BLOCK Honolulu, H. I.
P. 0. Box 480.
THE CHEAPEST PLACE ON THE ISLANDS TO
Buy New & Second-Handr
King & Nuuanu Sts.
THIS SPACE RESERVED
M. S. LEVY
To Whom it May Concern. -
C. E. Williams nnd son, 611 King St. near Forb, have
no branch house and no
other undertaking establishment or Furniture Store in
tho City. Embalming
of Mr. Ed. A. Williams, a Graduate from the Clark
School of Embalming of
Mr. Williams employs
known to science, no mutilation of the body and no par
tial Embalming, nnd romomber that wo havo but onq
store nnd that is Located at (511 King St., tho raomlionj
of tho firm aro C. E. Williams, who established Slid
business in 1859, and his oldest son Ed. A. Williams.
C. E. -v7jrjlAMS & SON. j
Tel, 179. ; : : : : ' : 7 - Oil Kio St)
p. o. box m
connection whatever with any
under the personal supervision
the latest and best method!