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EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST 14, 1895.
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TniC HOT WEATHER HAS
no pllool up-ni out trntlp, tin
loss it bo to help it tilon. Why?
bcoauso ouratook is tniulo up of
goods for all tlio horboub in tlio year
wo tiro never caught nupping
"White uiuslins, for inRUnoo, nro
sojsonablo nt any tlmo and ho aro
Sergos and Indies' cloths. For a
"stuff'' dress tliero can bo nothing
bottor; and wo hnvo ovory imagiu
ablo shadu to suloct from. But
wo nro not asking your attontion
io dress goods, wo want you to
know that wo aro selling Lndios'
Chomisos throo for a dollar
You've paid fifty nnd soventy-fivo
conts each for these same goods
many a tirao. You may hnvo to
do it again they aro u drive with
us and wo want you to got tho
bonofit of it.
Evory ono woars sailor hats be
cauBe thoy aro cool, comfortnblo
and stylish wo have taom in
ondless varioty, high or low
crown. In white, bluok or cream
Do ribbons hnvo much of your
thought ? Como to us and wo will
show you tho largest assortment
evor shown in Honolulu.
W TEIM FASHION,
519 Fort Street.
To the Public and Tourists.
Any party wishing to tnko a
rido around tho Island, or to the
Pali, can bo accomomdutod at a
small oost by F. Smith, tho Bus
man. At Smith's Stables can be
found at a momont's notice Buss
es, Wagnnottes, Buggies,, Saddle
HorBOS, nto , for hire.
Snooial attontion paid to Tour
ists wishing to tako in the sights
at u small fure. This is the cheap
est place in town.
Horses broke, doublo or singlo;
also horsos bought, sold or ex
changed. For further particulars
Bus and Livery Stables.
King St, botweou Fort and Bethol.
Telophono 408. June 18, G-mo.
The SINGER Received
54 First Awards for Skwjno Ma
chines and Embuoideiiy" WonK
at tho World's Fair, Chicago, 111.,
boing tho largest number of award,
obtained by any Exhibitor, and
more than double the numbor
given to all other Sewing Ma
chines B. Beroeiison,
my31 tf Bothol st., .Honolulu.
All subscriptions for tho Inde
pendent will be carried out faith
fully by tho amalgamated pnpor.
Thoso .who havo paid for both
papers in advnnco will bo credit
ed in full according to tho amount.
B.L. Finnoy,,buflinoss Managor,
N. F. BURGESS
IS NOW ritEPAIIED TO
Repair Garden Hose, Sprinklers, Wa
ter Taps, Etc., Etc.
Saw Filing nnd nil kinds of Tools Sharp
encd, including Carving Knives and Hois
Bora. Lawn Mowers a specialty. Also,
Hotting Glass in fact nil kinds of Job
bing. Work called for and roturuod.
King up Tolophouo 852, 1-tf
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IT'S FACTS YOU WANT.
NPAMIINCl'H ItATK I'Oll Ml
SAGr.S AUK EXOItUlTANT.
Coiil of a llualnea CubtegrnmLrgU
Inlur Should Know AVIiat Tliejr
Tho following views relating to
MrSpnldlug's cnblo proposition
woro oxpresscd by a man of un
doubted business ability, upon
tho street yosterday.
"I have road ovor tho torms of
the contract cnrofully," said ho,
"and I am enthusiastically in fav
or of it, with tho oxcoption of tho
'exclusive right' clauses.
I think tho senators and rep
resentatives ore rushing through
the m.ittor altogether too rapidly.
"I do not think that our legis
lators or tho public in general
roalizo all that is at stake in
granting to ono corporation tho
exclusive control of so vast an in
terest. "In tho first plnce.the maximum
tariff is too high and it is reason
able to supposo that tho maximum
will bo chargod.
"One dollar por word is an out
rageous figure. Tho tariff from
all Atlantic coast points to all
tolegraph offices in tho British
Islands is 18 cents por word. To
any placo in Franco, Gormany,
Austria, Italy, Spain and Portu
gal, from 19c to 25o. From
Missipsippi Valley stations 3o per
word ndditional; from Pacific
coast points 6c per word nddi
tional. "Another thing all words ex
cepting tho dato aro charged for
in a cablegram. For instanco,
tako the following messngo:
"Honolulu, Aug. 12, 1895.
"To John L. Jones, 327 Blookor
St., New York. Ship two num
ber fivo Pioneer dump carts fast
freight direct. S. K. White.
"According to tho tolograph
companies' method of counting
thoro ore ton words in the tolo
gram. Acoording to the cable
system, thero nro twonty-threo.
Twontv-threo dollars. I hear
pooplo talk about using cypher
codes. Only the largost houses
can uso them. They are obvious
ly .of no benefit to tho general
"What is the sonso in tying up
so important a fa o tor of commorco
for twenty years? Wo should
look ahead. The chances ore
that twenty years from now the
vuBt volume of business betweon
Asia, Australia and Amoricu will
far exceed tho expectations of tho
mostsanguino. Hawaii can, by a
liberal policy, make herself a
prime link in tho commercial
chain, but not by throwing away
suoh an oppoitunity. Do you
i suppose the American uovern-
, mont will feel plersed to havo bor
, citizens dobarrod from cable opor-
ation betweon her shores and tho
1 Islands ? How can we expect any
cablo between Hawaii and Asia
or the colonies if this contract is
entered into? For twenty years
it becomes an impossibility, for
no company will lay a cablo from
either placo to Hawaii, thero to
bo forcod to make arbitrary con
tracts with Mr. Spalding's pooplo
in ordor to got out again. Sub
sidise theso pooplo liberally, on
ODuruge thom in every way, but
do not lot ono man or one corpor
ation gun such control as tho ex
clusive privilego clauses of that
bill contemplate. As to the mat
ter of incomo thoro noed bo no
fears as to tho company's ability
to make money.
"Tho Now York Herald is a
great paper, but is by no moans
comparable to many other great
industrial plants, yet it maintains
ono cablo line solely for its own
telegrams, and finds it puys to do
"Why do not our legislators
find out what it costs to build and
maintain cables ?
"Who is authority for tho figures
which havo seemingly boon ac
cepted as gospol truth ?
"For goodness' sake, man, is it
XiOt worth whilo enquiring into?"
Best unlaundriedshirts equal to
i ny $2 mado up shirt in town on
'y $ 1 nt Mclnorny's.
LIN SING KUE,
PLUMBER AND TIN SMITH.
403 Hotel stroot, Honolulu.
ACCOUNTANT AND GENERAL
S3-tt 609 King St.
GONSALVES &. CO,
WHOLESALE GROCERS AND
225 Quoen stroot, Honolulu, H. I.
The popular Seaside Resort for
ladies and cbildron. Good ac
W. S. BARTLETT.
mmm hut co.
S3L ICIhet Street.
Q. J. "WALLKn, - - - Manager.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
HF. SINGER, for six years forcmnn with
Swain on Batter street, mukes tho
most (lolicioua Pies of any bnker in Hono
lulu. Minco Fics a specialty. Cakes and
Ice Cream furnished for balls or families.
RIKOEB'8 BAKERY. Kirnr Street
xeiepuono on. tu-w
128 & ISO FORT STREET.
Bhcksmithing in All Its Branches.
Orders from the other Islands in Euild.
ing, Trimming, I'ointing, etc., etc,
Promptly attonded to.
W. "W. WlllUUT. 1'roprietor.
(Successor to G. West)
next to Lucas' Mill
Drays, Carts and
For PULLING UP Trees
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H. WAY $ co.,
Wholesale and Retail
08 Fort Streot, Honolulu
Telophonor 2U P.O. Box 470
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ED. C. ROWJE,
House, Sign nnd
Ornamental . .
. . PAINTER . .
Paper Hanger and Decorator.
Howe's Liquid Slating.
G20 King Street.
California Fruit Market.
Corner King and Alakca Streets.
BY EVERY STEAMER
From Sim Francisco with
Fresh Fruits, Oysters, Salmon, Poultry,
Eta, Eta, Etc.
Jose Do Espirito Santo,
GUITAR 14 MAKER
Taro-Patch and Ukulelo Guitars
Mado of Hawaiian Woods.
130 Fort Street Opposite Club Stables.
(Successor to Obas. Hammer.)
KlNd and Font Stbkets.
Is prepared to mnnufaoturo nil kinds
mm gniuos 01 xianu-mnuo Harness nt
LOWEST OP I'ltlDES ifnn ClAntT.
All work guaranteed to bo Batisfnctory
ueiuru maviun vuoanop. O-om
, As light nsn feather and asduroblo
as iron, tho only proper hat for this Coan
try and the only placo to buy ono is nt tho
Tho price is reasonable, only $2.00. Como
in and try ono on. If it is not tho lightest hat
you over had, don't buy.
' A. BARNES.
THE STANDARD STALLION
f BLUB nur.L
Zro II.2-17U; lkHle, 2:17W;
una fif. ntlitTH licsldeo. 31
siren of fl) mid 48 dms of 70
Biro of Creole, 2;ini:nKlp,
2:10; Allot, 2:20; TriiU,
2:2U; Walker, 8:23U;
Wlc, 2:27; Clilco, 2 21;
nnd of tho (In inn nl Ilrlllian
tlno, 2:17: VlKor, 2:28
I'liAiniK limn, 2:28 l-t . . . .
Hum of KllRlit, 2:2"i; dam
nf I'li'it, 2:lhJi; BUI Fleet,
IlDCCANEER "t'-V- --......
Hlro of Iluhrcr, 2:2f.';
Kliitlit, 2:a9: tliamrock (jl,
t.2' and damn of Monrnu
1'rlnce. j:j'J; FnIroKc, a:'.ij
Krou Krou 1, a:, !i- Hoe
1"0 ll . J!"j Oollfn, j:3j
1Mb bl, j:jlf; Kant Hltu,
Dnmot areole,2:iri; Eagle,
UlAHY, 24l ,
Dam of Au ex, i:i6; Bter
UliR, slro of tin i:jo; Ijully,
dam of j In -i'jo; (Initu,
dam of Creole, i;ts
DESCRIPTION AND TERMS :
Creole is tho ganiest, fastest und best bred stallion that has ever been import
ed into tho Hawaiian Islands. Ho reduced his record of J.Y20 to 2sl8 in 1'etaluinn
Cal., August 24, 1804, distiuicinj; his whole field in tho first heat; then niiain to
2:15 in Stockton, Cnl., September 23, 18U4, winning tho tirst heut in 2il63 fourth
heat in 2:15, and fifth heat in 2-10J, proving that ho is u remarkably ganionH woll
ns a speedy race horso. ("Creole by prompter out of Grace by lluccuneer shows
that ho is capable of getting a mark of 2:10 und is ono of the gnmcBt stallions Been
this year, and besides being game, Ih ono of tlio best formed, and remarkably in
telligent." lirttdtr and Sporliman, Bcpt. 25, 1804 .) Ho Is 16 hands high ami of
powerful build throughout, nis color Is glonsy black with ono whlto hind foot.
His disposition is all that could be desired, and his action enperb. He Is a euro
Tonus 50, willi usual return privilege. Will mako the censon nt the
CLUB ST A BLF.S HO
A FAMILY HOTEL.
T. ICrovioo, ... 3?rop.
For Dny 3 2.00
l'er Week 12.00
Tho Rest of Attendance, tlio Best Siluu-
tion nnd tlio l-'mcst Jlcnls in this City
Honolulu, Hawniinn lalands
Principal Parts of the "World,
Transact a General Banking
A F. Medeiiios.
Wledeiros $ Co
Hotel Street, Arlington
Tho ciy ot hard times has reached us all,
and realizing that man must bo clothed, wo
havo decided to
Reduce Oai priceg Fon The
Jlefc 30 Da
and wc offer mitts and trousers at prlcis that
will bo within the reach of cvcjbodjr. Wo
carry a select stock of goods, and guarantee
a perfect lit and tirst class work. Those wjio
really desire to be dressed neatly and natty,
anil cannot afford to spend much money on
their clothes will do well in calling at onr
store before going elsewhere.
II. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch in Town
Tea and Coffee
at all nouns.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Record, 2:21 1-2.
fire of 2 In llkt unddsras
of 9 trotters and 2 pacers
oI)nm of 1-rnlrle IHrd,,
Iowa Cuur i3s- . . . .
f FLAXTA1L Silt-
wre ot Dun, t:io: F.m
peen.j &i nnd dams of tV
G8 - tf
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