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THIS HOT WEATHER HA8
no efloct upon onr trtulo, un
loaa it bo to hot)) it along. Why?
because our stock is mado up .of
goods for ull tlio sonsonB in the year
wo aro never caught napping
"Whito muslins, for inetnnoo, aro
sojsonablo at any tlrao nnd bo aro
Sargos and ladies' oloths. For a
"stuff" dress thero can bo nothing
bottor; and wo have- every imagin
able Bhado to s-'loct from. But
woaro not nsking your attention
to dress giocK wo want you to
know that wo aro sellinc Ladies'
Chomisos throo for a dollar
You'vo paid fifty and soventy-iivo
conts oaoh for these sumo goods
many a timo. You may hnvo to
do it again thoy aro a drive with
us and wo want you to got the
bonofit of it.
Every ono woara sailor hats be
cause thoy aro cool, comfortable
and stylish wo have tbom in
ondless varioty, high or low
crown. In whito, bluck or cream
Do ribbons havo much of your
thought ? Corno to us and wo will
show you tlio lurgest assortment
evor shown in Honolulu. .
TI TEMPLE OF FASHION
511) Fort Street.
To the Public and Tourists.
Any party wishing to tako a
rido arouncf the Island, or to tho
Pali, can bo nccomoindatod at a
small cost by F. Smith, tho Bus
man. At Smith's Stablos can bo
found nt a tnomout's notico Buss
es, Wngnnottoo, Buggies,, Saddle
Horsos, etc , for hiro.
Spooial attention paid to Tour
iats wishing to take in tho Bights
at a small tare. This is tho cheap
est plaoo in town.
Horsos broke, double or singlo;
also horsos bought, sold or ex
changed. For further particulars
Bus and Livery Stablos.
King St, between Fort and Bothol.
Telephone 408. Juno 18, 6-mo.
The SINGER Received
54 First Awards for Sewing Ma
chines and Embiioidehy "Work
at tho World's Fair, Chicago, III.,
being tho largest number of award,
obtained by any Exhibitor, nnd
more than double tho numbor
given to all oilier Sewing Ma
chines B. BEnannsoN,
my31 tf Bothol pt., .Honolulu.
All subscriptions for tho Inde
pendent will be carried out faith
fully by tho amalgamated popor,
Thoso who lmvo paid for both
papers in advanco will bo credit
ed, in full according to tho amount.
B.L. Finney, business Manager,
BT. F. BURGESS
IS NOW FREFAnZD TO
Repair Garden Hose, Sprinklers, Wa
ter Taps, Etc., Etc.
Saw. Filing and all kinds of Tools Sharp
oned, including Carving Knives nnd 801s
Bors. iiown .mowers a spwuiMiy. ;unu,
Hottintr QlnHS in fnot all kinds of Job
bing. Work enllod for ami returned.
King up Telephone 852. 1- tl
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
(Jlli;AT ItAIIiltOAD MAIL SCIANPAIi
IN TIIK UNITrD STATES.
Whites 'Cliargol wltli Coldblooded
?Inaerooriii(llniiH Maryland Dc-
and tlio President.
Mayor Sutro of Sin FrnnciBCo
has givon n morlgngo to the Hi
bornia bank for $250,000 lo com-
Eleto his stroot railroad to Sutro
A cloudburst at Albuquerquo,
New Mexico, dstroyed much
proporty and somo lifo. Sevon
dead bodies wcro found in tho
path of tho flood.
Torrific rains havo fallon in
Colorado, and a cloudburst at
Adolaido, on tho Floronce and
Oripplo Crook road, dostroyed
much railroad proporty and a
hotel, bsidos drowning throo
porsons. Much loss of proporty
with soveral livo3 was oiuscd by
a cloudburst near Caspor,
Richard M. Hunt, ono of the
most ominont architects in tho
United States, died at Nowport
on July ax., ngou Of years. Jio
was educated in tho best art
schools of Europe
John E. Hurst, a rich merchant
of Baltimore, wos nominutod by
tho Domoorntic State Convention
of Maryland for Governor. Ho
was Souutor Gorman's nominoe.
Tho platform adopted by tho con
vention strongly approves tho
Wilson bill and President Cleve
The Agricultural Department
is going to mako oxtensivo inves
tigations with a viow to promot
ing tho culturo of flax for fiber
and toxtilo manufactures.
At a conference with tho Secre
tary of tho Treasury ,tho Louisiana
congressional delegation told him
no powor on earth could keep tho
Stato from going Bopublioan next
yoar, if the uounty allowed by tho
IaBt Congross was not paid to tho
RAILROAD MAIL SCANDAL.
Superintendent Samuol Flint of
tho Eighth Division of tho Bail
way Muil Sorvice is involved in a
sorious transaction. Tho method
of the United States Government,
to secure a basis for paying tho
railroads for carrying mails, is to
weigh tho mails on eaoli division
for thirty days oaoh yoar. It is
chargod that tho mails on tho
Eighth Division, comprising all
of tho Central Facifio and most of
tho Southern Pacifio milonge,
woro systematically stuffed during
tho period of weighing, tho month
of Juno this yoar. Cars loadod
with such books as Government
reports, pamphlets nnd volumin
ous documents wero run back and
forth ovor tho division, it is alleg
ed, with tho advice and consont
of Suporintondont Flint. In 1891
the governmont paid for mail sor
vicos ovor 260G railroad routes,
covering 169,768 miles, more thnn
, $27,000,000. Tho charge against
I Flint will probably lead to a far
I reaching investigation. The me
thod invites colossal frauds, and
a scandal mny dovolop on investi
gation which will eclipso tho m
torious "star routo'' frauds of
nearly twenty years ngo.
THAT MASSACRE OF INDIANS.
Tho Indian scare in tho West
contiuuos. Secretary Bydor of
tho Indian dopartmont of tho
American Missionary Association
his protested against tho slaugh
or of Bixtoen unarmed Indians in
Wyoming, while being conducted
to jail lor breaking tho gaming
laws ot that fotute. The laws ol
tho United States allow tho Bun
nook Indians to hunt. General
Milos testifies that tho Bannooks
aro among tho most peaceable
and ono of tho best tribos on the
prairies. Mr. Ryder says there is
a suspicion that tho arrest of tho3o
Indians was plannod by tho whitos
to have tho Indians killed. Many
of the settlerB aro said to bo a
bad lot, and look upon tho big
gamo as their private property.
Last year thoy deolurod if the
Indians hunted for big gamo this
year thoy would organizo and
wipe them out.
OUTSIDE THE UNION.
Thore is serious rioting in San
Salvador by politioal mobs.
Thoro is a groat boom in cotton
and print works at tho City of
ro" H Mix
ft J3 g O u J o f II
Yfi mmd Hi
mam 2s.Sat 5
LIN SING- KEE,
PLUMBER AND TIN SMITH.
403 Hotel stroot. Honolulu.
A. V. G-EAK.
ACCOUNTANT AND GENERAL
63-tf COO King St.
GONSALVES & CO,
WHOLESALE GROCERS AND
WINE MERCHANTS. m
225 Quoon stroot, Honolulu, H. I.
The popular Soasido Resort for
ladies and childron. Good ac
commodation. W. S. BABTLETT.
1W0LM liT CO.
SI King Stxoot.
Q. J. Waujeb, - - - Manaoeii.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
HF. 8INQEK, for six years foroman with
. Swain on Sutter street, nukes tho
most delicious 1'ies of any baker in Hono
lulu. MincoPioa aspicialty. Cakes nud
Ice Cream furnished for balls or families.
SINGER'S DAKEIIV. King Street
fy Tolophono 872. 40-tf
128 & 130 FORT STREET.
BlachnilliiugiiiAll Us Branches,
Orders from tbo other Islands in Build
ing, Trimming, Pointing, etc., oto.,
Promptly attended to.
W. W. WMUIIT, Proprietor.
(SnocesBor to G. "West.)
next to Lucas' Mill
PULLING UP Trees
H- WKY CO.,
Wholesale and Retail
Fort Streot, Honolulu
P.O. Box 470
ED. C. ROWE,
House, Sign nutl
Ornnmcntnl . .
. . PAINTER . .
Paper Hanger and Decorator.
Roivc's Liquid Slating,
620 Kinj? Street.
CaHfenia, Fruit Market.
Corner King anil Alakea Streots.
BY EVERY STEAMER
From Son Francisco with
Fresh Fruits, Oysters, Salmon, Poultry,
Eta, Etc,, Eta
Jose Do Espirito Santo,
GUITAR 34 MAKER
Taro-Patch and Ukulelo Guitars
Mado of Ilixwnlinn Woods.
130 Fort Street Opposite Club Stables.
(Successor to Oboe. Hammer.)
Kino and Four Stueets,
Is prepared to manufacture all kinds
nnd grades of Iland-mado Harness nt
inwEST of 1'iticr.s von cash.
All 'work guaranteed to bo satisfactory
before leaving tbo sbop. 5-3m
Ab Ugbt as a feather and as durable
os iron, tho only proper bat for this Conn
try and tho only place to bny ono is nt tbo
Now Republic Building on King Street.
Tho price is reasonable, onlv S2.00. Coma
in nnd try ono on. If it is not tbo lightest hat
you ever nail, uon't buy.
THE STANDARD STALLION
f Blue nun.
raom-TRR 2.105. .-
Biro of Creole, 2:1.1 i:Klt-,
2::; Apex, 2:2G; Tr.1111.lt,
2:Jfi Walker, 2 : 23U;
Wulen. 2;27Vi! Clilco, 2.21;
anil of the dumb nf llrllllan
tine, 2:17: Vigor, 2:2s
klri'H of m
HORACE. -. ; -
IfltUl 111 Utl'Uil', 4ill, I.U(,IV,
DESCRIPTION AND TERMS :
Creole is the earnest, fastest and best bred stallion that has ever lieon import
ed into tho Hawaiian Islands. Ho reduced his record of 2:20 to 2:18 in Potnluma,
Cnl. 1 August 21, 1804, distancing his wholo Held in tho first heat; then again to
2:15 in Stockton, Cul., September 23, 18U4, winning tho first heat in 2:153, fourth
heat in2;15, and fifth heat in 2:11), proving that ho is a roinarkably game as well
ns a speedy race horse. ("Creole by Prompter out of Grace by ltiiccancer show
that ho is capable of getting a marK 01 a:iu aim is one 01 tho gamest stallions seen
this year, and besides being game, is ono of tbo best formed, and remarkably in
tollieent.,, llrttdtr and Sportsman, Sept. 2.'), 1804 .) Ho is 15J hands high and ol
nowerful build throughout. His color
ills disposition is all
that could be
Tonus $50, with usual return privilege. Will make tho Eeason at tho
CLUB STABLES CO.
Per Dny 8 2.00
Per Week 12.00
Bpacitxl STon.r.'h'ly ZZcxtoa 1
Tbo Best of Attendance, tho Bent Sitnt
tion and tho Finest Meals in tin's City
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Principal Parts of the World,
Transact a General Banking,"
A F. Mede no.
JVIedeiros $ Cot
Hotel Street, Arlington:
Tbo cry of hard times bns icachoi ub all,
and realizing tbnt mnn must be clothed, ro
hnvo decldod to
and we offer stilts and trouscr at prices thrt
will bo within tbo reach of cvcTtpdy.
carry a select stock of goods, and guarantee
a perfect (it and tint elaee work. Those who
really desire to be dressed neatly and natty,
and cannot tflbrd 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 inTowre i
Tea and Coffee
AT alii nouns.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HAND,
Record, 2:21 1-2.
lltUK nuu. (rrmlen'f)
unil M others U'slclos. 31
anl 48 dams of 7
f fLAXTAII. 8131 -
Hiruol2 In Itvt nnd ilsme
of 9 trotters nml 2 pnc r
Jllllll, j;3 !'!--
mirih, :'.i; cinm
:i; em Meet,
of Frnlrta lllrfl.
f Iowa Cuikf 31s
1 Blru of jin j: jo list
11 rook It, I
dams of Monroe
rrltico. a:a'); hnlrosc, 3 : 1 U ;
Krou Krou 1, 2:7 lA ltom
(lnlu II, 2:21; Uollta, 2-.il;
Iilblhl, iii Hmita Itlta,
a-2'Wi Hlil Fleet, a:af..ij
fl'LlXTAIL ? -
rilro 01 linn, ; Km.
peew, 1 x&Xi and dmnii of
Dam of Aw ox, i-iS; Ster
Unit, sire of j In 1:3a; I'tty,
iliim of 3 m i:jo; (Jrace,
dura of Creole, i:is
is glossy black with 0110 whito hi
desired, und his oction superb.
Ho is a sure