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AUGUST 10L 1805,
'-PlIl'J HOT WlMTllttll i!AB
J no i-fluel tipin our iri'tlo, mi
Iobs it bo to lioli It nloiiff. Why!
beoauno ourHtook its tniulo up n(
Hoods for nil llio Rouaonn in llio ycnr
wo nrn never onttght niipping
Wliltu tmiHlitiH, for invbnoo, tiro
Boasonnblo nt nny tltno niul so nro
Bergoa ami Indian' cloths. For n
'stuff" dress Micro can bo nothing
bollor; nnd wo hnvo ovory itntigici
nblo shndo to sloct from. But
wo tiro not nslcing your nttontion
to dross goods, wo want you to
know thnt wo nro soiling Ladioa
ChomiBos tliroo for n dollar
You'vo paid fifty nnd uoventy-fivo
oonts each for theso Barao goods
many a timo. You may hnvo to
do it ngaln thoy nro a drivo with
us and wo want yoa to got tho
bonofit of it.
Every ono woara sailor lints bo
cnuflo thoy nro cool, comfortnblo
and stylish wo hnvo taoui in
endless varioty, high or low
crown. In whita, black or cream
Do ribbons hnvo much of your
thought 1 Como to us nnd wo will
Bhow .you tho largest nssortment
evor shown in Honolulu.
W TEW OF FASHION,
510 Fort Street.
To the Public and Tourists.
Any party wishing to tnko a
rido around the Islund, or to tho
Pali, can be accomomdnted nt a
small cost by F. Smith, tho Bub
man. At Smith's Stnblos cun bo
"" found at a motnout's notico Buss
es, Wng-mottop, Buggies, Saddle
Horsos, etc , for hiro.
Spooial nttontion paid to Tour
ists wishing to take in tho sights
at a small faro. This iB tho cheap
est placo in town.
Horsos broke, double or singlo;
also horsos bought, sold or ex
changed. For furthor particulars
Bus nnd Livery Stablos.
King St, between Fort and Bethel.
Telophono 408. Juno 18. 6-mo.
The SINGER Received
54 First Awards for Sewing Ma
chines and Embkoideiiy Work
nt tho World's Fair, ChicaRO, 111.,
being tho largost numbor of award,
obtained by any Exhibitor, nnd
more than double the numbor
given to nil othor Sewing Ma
chines B. BEKOEItBO.N,
my31 tf Bothol s.t., lout.lulu.
uu O T lO.
AN ACT MARINO SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATIONS
FOR THIS USE OF TUB GOVERNMENT OF THE RE
PUBLIC OF HAWAII FOR TII12 TWO Y12ARS END
ING MARCH 81st, 18U0.
lit it enacted by the Ltgislahtrc of the Republic of Ilawtii:
SiorioN 1. Tho following sums luno.nitiug ti JiCG.CODOO
nro horcby appropriated to bo pnid out of nil nvnoys in llio
Treasury, recoivod from nil tho onrront rccoiplB of tho goneral
revenuo of tho Hawaiian Ielands, in addition to tho suma horo
toforo appropriated, for tho following purprson, namely:
DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS.
Band $ GOO 00
ATTORNEY aENEUAL'ri DEPARTMENT.
Pay of Police, Oahu $ 40,000 00
Pay of Jailors, Guards and LunnB
of Prisoners 10,000 00
$ 50,000 00
' Firo Department, Honolulu, Pay Rolls $ 4,000 00
Salary of 'Uand Agont, Act of 1895 (nt tho rato
of $3,000.00 n yoar) 2,000 00
$ 66,600 00
Section 2. This' Act shall tako offoot from and after tho
date of its publication.
Approved this 6th day of August, A. D. 1895.
SANFORD B. DOLE,
Prosldont of tho Republic cf Hawaii.
Wholesale and Retail
08 Fort Streot, Honolulu
Tflophoner 22 P.O. Box 470
. iul tf
ED. C. ROWE,
House, BIku niul
Ornnmontnl . ,
. . PAINTER . .
Paper Hanger and Decorator.
Ilotvc'H Liquid Slating.
020 King Street.
Corner King and Alakca Streets.
BY EVERY STEAMER
From San Francisco with
Fresh fruits, Oysters, Saloon, Poultry,
Etc., Eta, Etc.
Bpela O-Ierv-UU;- Xlataal
llio Dent of Attctulnnco, th llcut Biltin
tion nnd tho Finest Meal in thin City
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Principal Parts of tho World,
Transact a General Banking,"1
A F. Medeiiios.
THE ''BEMON OP' THE HAVT."
Tom Sharker Whips nlllr Smith
In Nevcn Hound.
All San Francisoo seems to
havo been intorestod in tho recoiit
prize fight Tjotiveen Tom Sharkey,
who waB hero on tho Philadel
phia and pained somo notoriety in
sporting cirolos, and another
pugilist named Billy Smith.
Bhatkoy is known as tho "demon
of tho navy" and has never yot
been defeated in any of his numer
ous' fistic oncounters.
Tho hotting was all in favor of
'Smith, who sold for $10 against
$7 on tho champion of tho navy.
The naval lad was hit several
times hard enough to Btop an
ordinary pugilist, but tho blows
Boemed only to arouse his Irish
blood and instead of retreating ho
dashod at his opponont with a
ronowod increase of ' pugilistio
vim and completely smothorod
Smith in his wild rushes and
The fight gave general satisrao
tion. Smith's hands were badly
usod up and his face will present
a vory "knobby" appoaranco for
a fow weeks to como. Sharkey,
on the othorhund, was compara
tively fresh whan tho oonu-st was
over. At tho ond of seven terrifio
rounds Smith was so badly used
up that tho Sheriff stopped the
fight which was awarded to
Sharkey. Sharkey oloared up
$1700 in stakos (500) and gato
Joo McAulifib will now have a
chanoo to try conclusions with the
"domon of tho navy."
4 h g .. t& XJ
jtny $2 made up shirt in town on
ly $1 at Mclnorny's. ,
Cash is everything in business-
now-a-days. JJy purouasinR wuu
it and selling for it I urn ennblod
to placo olothing, hats, shirts,
underwear, hosiery, neckwear,
trunks, etc, etc., on this markot
at Eastern prioes. L. D. Tim
' mons, Waring Block.
Ladies on the othor Islands can
do thoir shopping by post by
applying to L. B. Kerr for
samples. They should embraco
this opportunity, and got a singlo
yard at wholesalo prices.
"290M is tho number most fre
quently callod over tho telfphono
wires. It rings up tho United
Oamiiaoe Company's stand, whoro
Superior Hacks with safo nnd
courteous drivers, aro always to
bo found. A complete livery
outfit, including buggies and wag
gonettes, furnished at tho short
(From U, S. Journal lf Medicine.)
Prof.W.n.Peke,who m&kei A peelalty of Epilepsy,
has without doubt treated and cured more ouci tbao
ny living l'bjtlclw : his luccesi U utonlablng. Wo
vii1 with a lrre bottle of hu absolute curt, free to
any tufferer who may tend their P.O. and Ezpreti ad
drcaa. We advlao anyone wishing a cure to addrtet,
Prof. Yy H. rfiEKE, P.P., Cedar SU, New York.
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Jose Do Espirito Santo,
-GUITAR 3) MAKER
Taro-Patch and Ukulele Guitars
Made of Ilnwailan Woods.
130 Fort Streot Oppogite Club Stablos.
Medefros $ Co4
Hotel Street, Arlington
(Successor to Obas. Hammer.)
Kino and Foot Stuketb,
Is prepared to manufacture- nil kinds
and grades of Hnnd-mndo Harness nt
iOWKST OP 1'klCES roil CA8II. .
All work guaranteed to bo satisfactory
before, leaving tbo sbop. Mm
rtt. a 03
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Tbo cry of hard times has reachod no all,
and realizing that man mnst be clothed, nc
uaye ncciuoa to
Reduce Oui priceg For The
.eti 30 Db
and we offer suits and trousers at prices that
will be within tho reach or CTcybody. We
carry a select stock of goods, and puarantec
a perfect fit and first class work. Tboi-c who
really desire to be dressed neatly and natty,
and cannot afford to spend ranch money o
their clothes will do well in culling at our
store before going elsewhere.
H. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
, As light as a feather and nsdurnblo
as iron, tbo only proper hat for this Coun
try and tho only placo to bny one is at tho
Now Uopublio Building on King Street.
Tho prico is reasonable only S2.00. Como
in and try ono on. If it is not tbo lightest hat
you ever had, don't buy.
The Best Lunch in Town
Tea and Coffee
at ali, nouns.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HAND.
THE STANDARD STALLION
Champion Hawaiian Record, 2:21 1-2.
LIN SING- KEE,
PLUMBER AND TIN" SMITH.
-103 Hotel stroot, Honolulu.
A. V. G-EAR.
ACCOUNTANT AND GENERAL
63-tf 009 King St.
GONSALVES & CO,
WHOLESALE GROCERS AND
225 Quoen streot, Honolulu, H. I,
IWOLM HUT CO.
en. 3-glsig Stroot.
Q. J. Wallkb, --- Manaoeii.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
rilLUE lluu. (Prnden't).
tc l (11UCK.
9 Dam of Grcolc, '.
Hlru of Creole, 3:1.1 Kudo,
2:19; Apex, a:aij TrniKlt,
ii'XKi walker, SiBJWi
Wales. 2:27: Clileo, 2.61;
and of the dmiiB nf llrllllun
tine, 2:17: Vigor, 2:2S
IIluk nur.L 7 -.,
a root (!eorBetown,2:lC'i;
and 6(! others bonldcs.
slri", of ) and 48 dams of 70
IPaairib llinn, 2:281.1.-..
Dam of KllRlit, 2:29; dam
of Floct, 2:1'4j Sid Fli-cl,'
Klruof2 In II, t anddnini
of 9 trotters and 2 mrt rs
of l'ralrle nird,
(Iowa Cuir.r js-....
rUUCCANKKR 2via- . . .
Blru fir Iltllwr.r. 9.o.;l. 1
Flight, 2:s3: Hhnnirnrk faUTlusiKY MAID-
' wuu tiiuiiB in .luiiniu
1'rinci'. a:a'J; Falnmc, a: ID;
Krou Frou 111, a:a 'J; Kono-
iiuuia, yyij rrtAXTAiL Hiji-
'." ... . "i ..-v
Dam of Awcx, i:si; Btcr
Hut', lro 0(4 In 1:30; U'tty,
dam of .? In mo; Urarc.
dam of Creole, t.-ts Dauoiiteb-
1-tou if rou 1, a:a :
dalo II, a:aa: (Soliti
Hlblbl, a:jlj& Santi
j;a:Ji; Hid hcet,
Hire of Dan. .m. Mm.
pees, t.x$X and dams, of J
DESCRIPTION AND TERMS :
Creole in the earnest, fastest nnd best bred stallion thnt has ever been Import
ed into tho Hnivniinn Inlands, lie reduced his record of 52:20 to 2:18 in PinlLii
Cnl., August 2-1, 1801. dlstnucing his whole field in tho first heat; then ngaln to
2:15 in Stockton, Cnl., bentember 23, 18W, winning tho first hent in 2:15 fourth
heat in 2:15, nnd fifth heat in 2K1J, proving that ho is a romarknbly cameus well
a speedy race horso. ("Crcolo by Prompter out of Graco by lluccaneer hhows
that ho is capable of getting n mark of 2:10 and Is ono of tho earnest stallions neon
this year, and besides being gamo, is ono of tho best formed, and remarkablv in-talllgont.'-flfcr
and Sporttman, Sept. 25, 1801 .) llo is 15J hands high ami of
powerful build throughout. His color is glossy black with ono white Hind foot.
His disposition is all that could be desired, and his action superb. Ue is n euro
Terms $50, with usunl return privilege. Will make tho season nt tho
CLUB STABLES CO.
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