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liK HOT ,VKATIlMtIIAB
no olluot upon out' Irntlii, tut
loan it bo to liulp it nlotw Why'
bcouuno ourntoolc in tundo up of
gnodatornil UioHunaotm In thoycnr
wo nro novcr ciuiijlit niipping
"Wliilo iiHiRliiia, for inntonao, iiru
BO,iHonnl)lo ut any timo nrul no nro
SergOB nud liulicfl' olotliB. For a
"ntuiT" droBB thcro caii bo nothing
bottor; and wo lmvo ovory itmiRiu
nblo Bliado to sdoct from. But
wo nro not asking your ntlontion
to dross gtods, wo wunt you to
know that wo nro soiling LadioB
ChomiaoB throo for ft dollnr
You'vo piiid fifty nud qovcnty-fivo
conts onoh for these Biimo roocIb
many a timo. You mny linvo to
do it again they nro 11 drive with
us and wo want you to got tho
bonofit of it.
Every ono wears Bailor hats bo
causo thoy aro cool, oomfortnblo
and stylish wo havo tlioin in
endlesB vnrioly, high or low
orown. In whito, black or cream
Do ribbons lmvo much of your
thought ? Como to ns and wo will
show ,you tho lorgest assortment
evor shown in Honolulu.
Ti TElfi FASHION,
519 Fort Strcot.
To the Public and Tourists.
Any party wishing to tako a
rido around tho Island, or to tho
Pali, can bo accomomdatod at a
small cost by F. Smith, tho Bus
man. At Smith's Stables can bo
found at a moment's notice Buss
es, Wagonettes, Buggies, Saddle
Horses, etc , for liiro.
Special attention paid to Tour
ists wishing to tako in the sights
at a Bmall fure. This is tho cheap
est placo in town.
Horses broke, double or singlo;
also horses bought, sold or ex
changed. For further particulars
Bus and Livory Stables.
King St, between Fort and Bothel.
Telephono 408. Juno 18. 6-mo.
The SINGER Received
54 First Awards for Srwjno Ma
chines and Emdhoidehy "Work
at tho World's Fair, ChicaRO, 111.,
being tho largest numbor of award,
obtained by any Exhibitor, and
more than double the numbor
givon to all other Sewing Ma
ohinos B. BEnOEKSON.
my3L tf Bothol st., Honolulu.
All subscriptiona for tho Ivde
PENdent will ho carried out faith
fully by tho amalgamated piper.
Thoso who havo paid for both
papers in advnnco will bo or-dit-od
in full according to tho am Dim t.
B.L. Finney, business Manager,
N. I BURGESS
18 NOW PKEPABED TO
Repair Garden Hose, Sprinklers, Wa
ter Taps, Etc., Etc.
Snw Filing nnd nil kincla of Took Sharp
ened, includinR Carving Knives and Hew
Bore. Lawn Mowers a specialty. Also,
Setting Glass in fact nil kinds ot Job
binjj. Work called for nnd returned.
King up Telophono 852. 1-tf
WSmB& "ft Bin? iniH
PHPV?f af , J 3 3
Unknowns 0th Young Wood
vn flrHl to hit ngulii ft-id ilovr not
to Perry on tho Aral ball. Thomp
son whb Htrtick out nml Wlllin
How out to Gmuel.
Stnru Olh Ciirtor wont nut nt
first on n llnor to liorlBlnp.WMHo
Wildur failed to get to first, L.
Hart got to first on nn error by
Thompson, and slolo Beoond by n
timoly Blido. Harry Vildor got
in nnothor two bnggor and Hart
Boorod. Quuzol hit to pitcher and
wont out nt first.
TJnknowuB 7th Duncan failod
to roach first, Qoorgo Woods got
first on n muiF by Wodohouso and
got to third on a bad throw by
oatohor. Aiwohi hit a linor
through Qn iizoI'b hands and got
first whilo Woods scored. Pryco
fiow out to Gnnzel.
Stars 7th WodohouBe wont
ont at first on a linor to third,
Lishmnn couldn't find tho ball,
Robb flow out to yonnij "Woods and
tho stdo was retired.
Unknowns 8th Olenson got a
baso hit off ths socond ball and
stolo Brcond, W. Woods struck
out, Thompson got socond and
third on a muff by Lishmnn and
Gleason scored. Willis flaw
out to right field and Thompson
scored. Duncnn flow outtollosB.
Stars 8th MoNiolu 11 flow out to
Willis on a grand stand oatoh.
Cart r got first by tho skin of his
teeth and etolo scond, Willie Wil
der was struck out, L Hart got in
n twn-baso hit and Carter scored.
Harry Wilder got third and camo
homo on two wild throws while
L. Hart camo homo leisurely.
Ganzol got socond on a muff by
centor fiold and Wodohouso flew
Unknowns 9th Goorgo Woods
struck a liner to third and went
out at first, Clarko hit a high foul
to Lishman whioh ho mulled and
was then struck out. Aiwohi got
a baso hit, Pryco flow out to Car
ter. Sooro, Stars 11; Unknowns 8.
PACIFIC CABLE SCHEME.
Action of the Hawaiian GoTornmont
la VIewaa AVItli Favor.
Tho members of thoprospeotivo
Pacific Oablo Company aro much
encouraged by tho notion of tho
Hawaiian Government, us told in
a dispatch to tho Call yestorday
According to this d'spatoh, tho
Hawaiian Government is strongly
in favor of cablo connection with
tho outsido w:rld.
Tho local momhors of tho Paoi-
fic Oablo Company think this
action on tho part of the Ha
wniiun Government will hnvo tho
efTeot of hustoning Congress to
gr.int a frauchiso to a United
States corporation, a d also pro
vide a Bubsidy for tho construc
tion of the long-conteuiplutod
cnblo. Thoy are: Hugh Craig,
General W. H. Dimond. Georgo
P. MoNonr, E. T. Allen, L. Par
rott, E. B. Pond, M. Biflhop, W.
J. Adams and Colonel Taylor.
General Dimond suid yesterday .
"I think tho notion of tho Hawai
ian Government will hnvo a bene
ficial effect on tho sohomo. Tho
bill providing for tho franchise of
our company was passed by one
House before the ndjournmont of
Congress, but it was killed in the
othor. Something liko this is
needed to awaken our Govornmont
to a full roahzing sense of tho
importance of a Pacific oublo.
Franco nnd England aro only
waiting for tho slightest oppor
tunity to take advantage of Ha
waii's isolation and got in on a
cablo tolograph construction
Bcherao. I think Congress will
appreoiato tho importanco of im
mediuto and docisivo notion, and
we may look for something de
finito boforo that body has boon
long in session."
"Yes, indeod, we may viow tho
attitudo pf tho Hawaiiun Govern
ment with much favor," romark
od Hugh Craig, when his atten
tion was called to tho dispatch
from tho islands. "Congress
cannot fail to comprohond the
importance of having an Amer
ican company lay that cablo. The
other powers are only too anziouB
to cooperate with tho Hawaiian
Government in the construction
of a Pacific cable, and tho timo
to aot is at hand.
(Continued on 7th page.)
LIN SING KEE,
PLUMBER AND TIN SMITH.
403 Hotol stroot, Honolulu.
A. V. G-EAR.
ACCOUNTANT AND GENERAL
C3-tf 009 King St.
GONSALVES & CO,
WHOLESALE GROCERS AND
225 Queen street, Honolulu, H. I.
ITBOPOIfflN HUT GO.
81 2Ci3a.Gr Street.
Q. J. WALLnn, - - - Manager.
WHOLESALE AND EETAIL
HP. SINGER, for six years foreman with
. Swain on Sutter street, mukus tho
most delicious Pies of any buker in Hono
lulu. Minco Pies a specialty. Cakes and
Ice Cream furnished for balls or famllios.
SINGER'S BAKFKY, King Street
jy Telephone 872. -10-tf
noxt to Lucas' Mill
Drays, Carts and
For PULLING UP Trees
128 & 180 FORT STREET.
Blacksmithing in All .Its Branches.
Orders from tho other Islands in Build
ing, TrimininR, Painting, eta, etc.,
Promptly attended to.
W. W. "WRiailT, Proprietor.
(Successor to G. "West)
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H. Y co.,
Wholesale and Retail
OS Foit Htreot, Honolulu
Tulephonor 22 P.O. Box -170
ED. C. ROWE,
llmifto, Sign and
Ornamental , ,
. . PAINTER . .
Paper Hanger and Decorator.
Howc'h Liquid Slating,
G20 King Htreot.
California Fruit Market.
Corner King nnd Alakon StrccU.
BY EVERY STEAMER
From San Francisco with
Fresh Fruits, Oysters, Salmon, Poultry,
Eta, Etc., Etc.
Jose Do Espirito Santo,
GUITAR 3tS& MAKER
Taro-Patch and Ukulele Guitars
lindo of Hawaiian Woods.
130 Fort Street Opposite Club Stablca.
(Successor to Ohos. Hnmmer.)
KiNa and Fort Streets,
Is prepared to mnnufneturo all kinds
and grades ot Hand-made Harness at
LOWEST OF ritlCES FOR CASH.
All 'work guaranteed to be satisfactory
boforo leaving tho shop. 5-3m
As light a a feather and nsdurnblo
ns iron, tho only proper hat for this Conn
try and the only placo to buy ono is nt tho
Now Republic Building on King Street.
Tho prico is reasonable, only $2.00. Como
in and try ono on. If it is not the lightest hnt
you ever had, don't buy.
THE STANDARD STALLION
b roof Oeortretnuii,2:lCli;
Zoo It, 2:17'i, llmlu, 2:17jJ; I
nml 86 others bcslilci". ttt
tlron of CO and W iluias of 70
Hiro of Creole, 2-ir. KorIp,
2:19; Apex, 2:20; Triinlt,
2:2fiU; Walker, 2 : S!
Wales. 2:27H; Chlco, a 21.
niul of tho (lama of llrllllnn
tine, 2:17; Vigor, 2:28
trRAtmt: IIird, 2:281-1
I)m of Kllfht, 2:2a; ilnm
of Kleet, 2:lbJj bid Fleet,
IlUrCANEFK 2A.W .........
Slro of llulwer, 2:2CJ:
KllRlit, 2:0: eiinmroelc i,
j:j1; mid dnmB of .Monroe
Vrlnro. a-ai: 1'idrove, a: 111;
5 Pkiii of Creole, 2:1A; Kaglc,
101.E is the catnest, fastest and best bred stallion that has ever been import
tho Hawaiian Islands. Ho reduced his record of 2:20 to 2:18 in Potalums,
CalM August 24, 1804, distancing his uholoiluhHn tho llrst heat; then ngain to
2:15 in Stockton, Cul., September 23, 1804, winning the first heat in 2:153, fourth
heat In 2:15, and fifth heat in 2 101. proving that ho is a ratnnrknnlv .-.mm nu ,..!!
as a speedy race horse. 'tCreolo by
that ho is capable of getting a mark of
ims year, anu uuuiuu uuing giwnu, is unu oi uio oesi iormetif and remarkably in
telligent." llrtedtr and Sportiman, Sept. 25, 1894 .) Ho is 15J hands high and of
powerful build throughout, nis color Is glossy black with ono whito hind foot.
His disposition is all that could be desired, and his action Bupcrb. He is n tmre
Tonus $50, witli usual return privilege. Will make tho season at tho
CLUB STABLES CO,
A I-'AMILY IIOTIX
ISpaelal Xirxtil;- Ota,tol
Tho Bent of Aticmlnncc, th Dent Hltoa
lion nnd tho Fluent McoLi in this City
Honolulu, nuwniiau Islnndc
Principal Parts of tho World,
Transact a Gonora) Banking?
A F. Mr.iEitt09.
JVIedeiros $ Co
Hotel Street, Arlington
The cry ol hard times has reaclioi usaU,
and realizing thut man must lie clothed, vo
rdiice Oar1 priceg For1 The
and we offer suits and trousers at prices Una
will be wltliln the reach of cvejbodj. Vo
carry a select stock of goods, and guarantee
a perfect fit and hrst class work. Those who
really desire to he dressed neatly and natty,
and cannot afford to spend much monjy era
their clothes will do well In call Ice at-oor
store before going elsewhere.
H. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch in Town
Tea and Coffee
AT ALL HOURS.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacci
A1AFAYB ON BAND.
Record, 2:21 1-2.
rilLUit Bull (rrudcu'j)- - .
biro of 2 in 1M nml dnna
of !) trottere and 2 tcn
Dam of I'rnlrle lllnfl,
JOWA UUIir J33-
biro of s In ixjo lint
i:n (iolltti, 3-3l:
nj, a:a yA; iloso
J.JlJi; fanta ltlta,
flro of Dun, j-to- Fja
pee, i iVX;iuiil dmnxolS
of Awex. i 36
of s In i-jo; U'tty,
r jii fjo.
Prompter out of Grace by Luccaneor shows
2:10 and la ono of tho gamest stallions seen.
fVdaQftTf at Jai ft iftiaiWliftfiJtff
u.Ji&Jkiirirt .Vr,..nti.,;tt),..,l.,-i..aW M w . JtJtiaiJH,.?,