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1CVKMNQ BULLETIN, AUGUST 11, 1805.
rpjilC MOT WICATlilill HAS
J no elloot upon our trade, tin
Iohh It bo to liolp It tiloiiK. Why?
buciiUHO om'Hlook in iniulo up of
goodHforutl tlioHcivHioiH in thoycnr
wo am no vi' r ouuglit nnpping
Whito iniiHlitiH, fur hihtunco, tiro
sonsonnhlo at any timo and so nro
Sergos and Indies' clotliH. For a
"Btuh"'' dress llicro can bo nothing
bottor; and wo hnvo ovory iinugiii
nblo shmlo to Bolnct from. Bat
wo uro not unking your nttontion
to dress goods, wo want you to
know that wo nro soiling Lndios'
Chomisos throo for a dollnr
You've paid fifty and Bovouty-fivo
conts oach for thcso samo goods
many a timo. You may hnvo to
do it nguin tuny aro a drivo with
ub and wo want you to got tho
bonofit of it..
Every ono woara sailor hats bo
cauBo thoy nro cool, comfortablo
and stylish wo havo thorn in
ondlcss vnrioty, high or low
crown. In whito, black or cream
Do ribbons havo much of your
thought ? Como to ub and wo will
show .you tho largest assortment
evor shown in Honolulu.
THE TBMPLB OF FASHION,
Cli) Fort Street.
To the Public and Tourists.
Any party wishing to tako a
rido around tho Island, or to tho
Pali, can be accomomdatod at a
small cost by F. Smith, tho Bub
man. At Smith's Stublos can bo
found nt a moment's notice Buss
es, Wag'inottos, Buggieb, Saddle
Horsos, etc , for hiro.
Special uttontion paid to Tour
ists wishing to take in tho sights
at u small faro. This is tho cheap
est place in town.
Horsos broke, double or singlo;
also horfces bought, sold or ox
changod. For furthor particulars
Bus and Livery Stablos.
King St, botweou JTort and Bethel.
Telephone 408. June 18, G-rao.
The SINGER Received
54 First Awards for Sewtno Ma
chines and Embroidery "Work
at tho World's Fair, Chicago, 111.,
boing tho largest numbor of award,
obtained by any Exhibitor, and
mora thun donblo tho numbor
given to all other Sewing Ma
ohiuos B. Beroeiison,
my31 tf Bothol st., Honolulu.
J3ost unlaundried ahirts oqunl to
any $2 mado up shirt in town on
ly $1 at Mclnerny's.
Cash is everything in business
now-a-days. By purchasing with
it and selling for it I am enabled
to place clothing, lints, shirts,
underwear, hosiery, neckwear,
trunks, oto., etc., on this markot
at Eastorn prices. L. D. Tim
mous, Waring Block.
innnt by tho Qovornuiont of tho
notunl cash coat of tho laud lines
nnd stations also nllow tho Gov
ernment tho uso of tho repair ship
at actual cost whon its services
In return for all these under
takings Col, Spalding wants;
1. ABtibBidy of$G0,000 for 20
2. An oxoluuivo privilogo of
lauding cublos on tho Hawaiian
Islands from tho wostorn coast of
North Amorica for 20 yenrs, pro
vided that tho first cablo landed
shall connoct direotly with Sun
Francisco nnd Honolulu; also,
thnt the oxolusivo privilogo uhall
not conflict with any rights tho
United States may possoss by vir
tuo of any oxisting treaty.
3. Mutorial appertaining to the
cablo to he admitted to this re
public froo of duty and othor gor
4. Froo ubo of Governmont land
for stations, storage, etc.; also tho
right of way for landing of oabloa
and for hind lines.
Tho genoral plan of tho sohomo
is the organization of a company
in the United States to control
nnd manage tho scheme in that
country, and a company in Ho
nolulu to control and mamigo tho
The United Stutos Government
will be asked for a subsidy or a
guarantee, and any arrangement
made will bo with tho full approv
al and sanction of thnt Gov
ernment. 'It will bo time
onough," Ool. Spalding Buys,
"to look to other governmontd for
aid whon the United States shall
have refused or failed to tako tho
matter up, nnd this Government
shall consent with such othor
governments.' ("Phis observation
is meaningless except fur its refer
ence to tho United States, which
boing left out makes tho author
say, "It will bo timo enough to
look to othor governments for aid
whon this Governmont shall con
sent with such other govern
ments.'') In concluding Ool. Spalding
says, "It is perhaps unnecessary
to eay that no political or extran
eous questions enter into tho pro
ject." He adds that the coat of
tho systoms and working capital
will requiro more than four mil
lion dollars, and: "As a business
proposition it is quito plain that
the work should bo done and the
money bo raised in tho cheapest
markets. But I am prepared to
accept offers from any part of the
world based upon conditions of
equnlity. The main point in view
is to establish cable communica
tion between Hawaii and tho
outpr world upon favorable tormB
with the least possiblo delay.
For Selling Nwlpaa.
Tho raid on tho Stephons'
placo in Kawaiahno lano yostor
diiy afternoon brought to light
throo domijohna of swipes, a bot
tle of gin and a bottle of wine,
togothor with a half pound tin of
opium. Stephens and wife wito
arrest( d, as stated in yesterday's
Bulletin, and admitted to bail in
$350 and $250 rospectivoly. Lu
hopa, who resides in tho samo
locality, wus arrested later in the
evening for tho samo offense.
An exchange says a Chicago
olorgymnn hasbo'como rosponsiblo
for tho morality of the bioyole.
Ho likes it beoauso it is an enemy
of railrcul corporations and liv
ery stab o koopors. As for the
b cyclo oostumo, lot ladies wear
what they please. This Chicago
clergyman ovidontly is not a hard
man to got along with.
"290'' is tho number most fio
quently called over tho telephone
wires. It rings up the United
Carriage Company's stand, whoro
Superior Hacks with safo and
courteous drivord, aro always to
bo found. A complete livery
outfit, including buggies and wag
gonettes, furnished at tho short
From U. & Journal if Medicine)
Prof. W.n.l'kc,who makes Bpeclftlt jot Epl!fpjr,
Ins without doubt treated and cured more met timo
He publiabeaavaluablowork on tint dlaease which bo
aenda with a large bottlo of hia abaolute cure, free to
any auffererwhoroayaend their I'.O.andEiprennd
dreia. We advlta anyone wishing a cure to addrtii,
ITof. W. U. l'KKE, ir..,i Cedar SU, New York.
3 S "
LIN SING- KEE,
PLUMBER AND TIN SMITH.
403 Hotel street, Honolulu.
A. V. GEAR
ACCOUNTANT AND GENERAL
C3-tf 609 King St.
GONSALVES & CO,
WHOLESALE GROCERS AND
225 Queen streot, Honolulu, H. I.
m MAT CO.
ei 3ECi3a.fr Street.
G. J. WAMiEit, --. Manager.
"WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Real Estate Agents
Notary Public and Accountant
Work promptly attended to.
Office 13 and 15 Kaahumanu
Tolophono G39. ju!4 tf
The . . .
Has a largo assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on hand.
Estimates givon for house wir
ing and Electrical plants.
Marino Wiring a spooialty.
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H. MY co.;
Wholesale and Retail
1)8 Fort Hlrcot, Honolulu
Teloiihonor V& P.O. Box -170
ED. C. ROWE,
Houhc, HIku ami
Onmmentiil . .
. . PAINTER . .
Paper Hanger and Decorator.
Howe's Liquid Slating,
C20 KIdr Street.
California Fruit Market.
Corner King and Alnkca Streets.
BY EVERY STEAMER
From San Francisco with
Fresh Fruits, Oysters, Salmon, Poultry,
V.in -EH,. T?
Jose Do Espirito Santo,
GUITAR 14 MAKER
Taro-Patch and Ukulele Guitars
Mado of Hawaiian Woods.
130 Fort Street Oppoiite Club Stables.
(Successor to Olios. JIammer,)
Kino and Fokt Stbeets,
Is prepared to manufacture nil kinds
and grades of Ilnnd-modo Harness nt
lOWEST OF PIUCES FOII CAHTI.
All work gnnrnnteed to bo satisfactory
before leaving the shop. Mm
, As light no feather and asdurablo
uBiron, mooniy proporiint for this Conn
try and tho only placo to buy ono is at tho
New lienilblin Rllilflitlrr nn Tf.nr BlMA(
Tho price is reasonable, only S2.00. Como
i. uuu irjr ono un. u 11 18 not tllO llgUtCSt liat
you ever had, don't buy.
THE STANDARD STALLION
IltUK llui.L 7S.
H rei)f lii'or(!i'towii,2:ir.' ,;
Kcoll,2-17U; JIt-hle, a:17;
mid M otlu-ra Ijcxldes. Tl
aires of fio anil -is dunia of 70
aire nf Creole, 'JUAKnide,
2:111; Apex, 2:ai; TrmiHlt,
i:-2f,li; Walker, -JtBIUj
Wales, 2:2714; Clilco, 2.21;
nnd of the iIiiiiib of llrllllun
tine, 2:17: Vigor, 2:2S
U'jtAiitir. Ilinn, 2:2S -(. . . ..
Iluin of Klltslit, 2:2U; ilnni
of Fleet, dtUii; Bid Fleet,
niru oi nuiwer, 2:2ii'Jj
Hiaht, 2:a'.l; Hliammelc fa,
aul; and dams of Monroe
I'rliieo. a:'J; Kalroic, a: 19;
l'nmFroiill, a:j U; Itosc-
Hit) hi, a:ali: tanta Hltn,
a-iUS; Hid Fleet, jiao'f
lOlMCK. - -....
Dam of areole,2:lA; Entile,
Para of Awex, nj6i Hter
line, ulre of s In i;jo; U-tty,
ilaiu pf s ." "jo; Oraee,
d.ini of Cri'ole, i:is
DESCRIPTION AND TERMS :
Creole In tho earnest, fuBtost nnd best bred stallion that lias ever betin imiHirt
ed into tho Hawaiian Inlands Ho reduced his record of 2:20 tol!:18 in Pctalum
Cnl., Augimt 24, 1891, distancing hit) whole Held in tho Hrst heat; then Benin to
2:15 in Stockton, Cal., .September 2:1, 18'J4, winniiiL' the ilrst heat in 2:15, fourth
heat in2:15, nnd ilfth heat in 21UJ, proving that ho is n romnrkably game as well
ns a speedy race horso. ("Creolo by l'nmiptcr out of Graco by Buccaneer shows
that ho is capable of-gotting a mark of 2:10 and In ono of tho gament itallions neon
this year, and besides being game, is ono of tho best formed, and remarkably in
telligent." 'Jlrteder and Sportsman, Sept. 25, J894 .) Ho is 1DJ lunula high and of
powerful build throughout. His color is glossy black with ono whito hind foot.
His disposition is all that could bo desired, nnd his action superb. Ho is a sure
Terms $50, with usual return privilege. Will mnkc tho season nt the
CLUB STABLES CO.
A FAMILY llOTUL.
Tho Rest of Attcndnnrc, the Rent Ultiiav
Hon nnd the Finest Mcnls in this City
Clung jgpneclrclii' Go.
Honolulu, Hawaiian IfilaiwJfl
Principal Parts of the "Worlds
Transact a Genera Banking,
A K. Medhiuos.
JVIedeiros $ Co,
Hotel Street, ArllngtoR
Tho cry of hard times has reached ns al)f
and realizing that man must Ira clothed, w
havo decided to
Reduce Dun pricey Foi The
Jlefc 3D Db
and wo oner suits and trousers at prices that
will bo within tho reach of evey body.' W
carry a select stock of goods, and Kuaranta
a perfect lit and Hrst class work. Thow who
really desire to be dressed neatly and natty,
and cannot afford to spend much money on
their clothes will do well In calling at oar
store before going elsewhere.
H. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch in Towia
Tea and Coffee
AT ALIi nODRS.
THE FINEST BKANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON IIAND.
Record, 2:21 1-2.
Hlruof2 In lUt nnd dams
of il trottens and 2 puetrs
, Fashion ....
Dam of l'rairlu nlrfl,
Iowa cmcr sis- -
Flaxtail Sij- .
Klro of Dan, iijv; Km
pee, i t'Vi; and damn ol C
I Da valuta-
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