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"With, which is Incorporated the Independent,"
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, AUGUST 19. 1895.
VOL. l. NO. 79.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
With which is Incorporated the INDEPENDENT.
Hftwailftn Copyright by A. V. Geak,
Juno 22, 1895.
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"Manngor Evening Bulletin."
Telephone 250. P. O. Box 89.
B. L FINNEY, Manager.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort nnd Queen Streots, Honolulu.
LEWERS & COOKE.
iMFOnTCRR AND DEALERS IN LUMDICR
AND ALIi KINDS OF BOTLDINa
Fort Streot, - - Honolulu.
MANnFAornniNa Jkweleu and Watch
maker. Kukui Jewelry a Specialty. Particular
attention paid to all kinds of ropairs.
Campbell Block, - - Merchant Street.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam Enoines, Sugar Mills, Boilers,
Coolers, Iron, Brass and Lead
Macliinery of Every Description Made
to Order. Particular attention paid to
Ships' Blacksmithing. Job Work ex
ecuted at Short Notice.
Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTIONEER AND 8TOCK BHOKEK
No. 45 Queen Street.
Expert Apprnisemont of Boal
EBtato and Furniture.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal
nnd Building Materials of all
Queen FUroet, Honolulu.
C. B. DWIGHT,
Does nil kinds ot Work in
Cement & Stono Sidewalks & Curbing
Ho has on hand a largo supply of
Chinese Qranilo Cuib and always keops
Hawaiian Curbing Stono. Estimates
given and lowca- prices assured. Tele
H. G- BIART.
FINE WATCH REPAIRING.
Island Jewell y made to order,
Souvenir Spoons, Gold wire
JfW Island orders solicited.
P. O. Bt..x855;otO. Gortz's storo.
Fort Street. 02-tf
Real Estate Agents
Notary Public and Accountant
Work promptly attended to.
Ofwoe 13 and 1C Kaahumana
Tolophono 039. juHtfj
les of i Day.
This filibustering business is
growing monotonous; tho pcoplo
who aro engaged in manufactur
ing rumors should switch off nnd
do something olso or tho govern
ment will loso confidonoo in thotn.
Such ronorts do tho country no
good and wo fail to boo where the
rumor makers nro benefited Ha
waii does net soem to mind it
much for things uro as quiet and
peaceful hore ns in a woll con
Wo bolievo we hnvo quite tho
best stock of leather in Honolulu
and it comprises besides solo
leather tho celebrated Spoits light
nnd heavy harness leathor, nnd
loathor for saddles. Tho best of
russott nnd rod onlf skins.
Leather forcarringo makers, oalor
od lining skins nnd soft dush
leather. AH kinds of loathor ia
higher today than it was two
months ago; in somo instances it
has advuncod as much ns ton por
cont, but as we wero woll stocked
before tho riso wo can soil at tho
samo old prico and perhaps a
little lower. Wo hnvo n very com
ploto stock of Shoo nnd Harness
findings and tools for all kinds of
leathor work tho prico of which
is ontiroly satisfactory to nil of
Wo havo tho goods and tho
pricos will suit you.
E. O. Hall $c Son,
Fort & Klntr Strcots.
H. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch in Town
Tea and Coffee
at am. nouns.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON BAND.
Has a liirgo assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on hand.
Estimutes given for house wir
ing nnd Eloctrical plants.
Marino Wiring a spooinlty.
Man is generally as vain as n woman,
but it i almost an impossibility to get him
to admit it. Some aro paitioulnr about tho
ehapo ot their hats, others aio dnft ouxhoos:
bat tho last mother's son of thorn will insist
Fit whon it comes to clothes .Tboy go on
tho old adago that "line foathors mako fino
birds;" and us far as tho artistio eye is con
cerned they aro about tight and that is tho
reason that most men drlvo their tailor al
most mad by insisting on a perfect
Thcro nro Roveral kinds of fits, howovcr,
somo arc hereditary, somo aro brought on
by heat, ovei-oxertion, oto., but the fit that
is brought about by ub is not affected by the
heat or cold, but is nevertheless heredi
tary with us.
JOHNSTON & STOREY.
44-td 413 Fort St.
Subsoribo fur tho Evening Bux
LErw, 75 oonls a month.
Gained in Strength
READ WHAT .
did for the Inrnltd Dmiplitor of n Prom
Inent Lowell Tradearaan.
"Mr daughter had for a long tlmo been
troublod with violent headaches and sleep
lessness. Sho was nalo, hail no appetite,
and was loslnp flesh rapidly. 8uo took
various remedies for hor trouble, but re
ceived no bouellt until sho commenced using
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. After taking half a
bottle, she began to feel better. By a con
tinued use of this medicine, her appetite re
turned, her chooks began to nil out and show
color, sho trained In strength, lipr lip-irtnMi.
disappeared, sho slept better, nnd nnwsajs
sho feels llko a now person." Y. P. Coooes
hall, 6 Lyon St, Lowell.
Has Curod Othora, Will Curo You
Mada bj Dr. J. C. A jer fc Co., Lowell, Mmi.,UAA,
Hollister Drag Co., L'd,
Solo Agents for the Republic of Hawaii.
Kinau streot near Punchbowl
Engrosser - and - Illuminator
Pacific Hardware Co.
S. I. 8IIAW, Proprietor.
Corner King & Nuunnu Streots, Honolulu
Ohoico Liquors nnd Fino JJeor.
PIONEER STEAM CANDY
FACTORY aud BAKERY.
Practical Confoctionor and Baker,
No 71 Hotol Stroot.
D. J. CASHMAN.
SAIL AND TENT MAKER.
Awnings a (Specialty. Over Cali
fornia Foed Company's store.
Pacific Trading Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Japanese Goods I
2QS Fort Stroot.
Book . and Job Printer
Morokant Stroot, Honolulu, H. I.
Over Hawaiian News Company's
Book Storo. my 13.
city DRAYQE Co.
W. P. SHARRATT, Manager
Stand adjoining H. Hackfeld &
Co., Fort stroet. General Cart
ing and Drayago Business dono.
EDMUND P. DOLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
318 Fort St. - Telophono 01.
From U. 8. Journal f iltilcini.)
Prof.W.IM'eeltP.wIiomakcaii ipedaltyof Fpllcpny,
linn without doubt treated and cured more caaca Uiuu
any living Pliyaltlan ; hloiicccMliaitonlthlng. Wo
tenda Willi a largo bonis o( hm absolute cure, free to
any auffererwlio may tend 'heir I'.O.nnd KiprraaHd
dreta. Wo advlM anyone wullnsu cure to addroi,
I'rof. W. U. PKKKK, P. !., 4 Cedar BU, New York.
mr A mvv ktK r'pnir
SATURDAY'S BALL GAME.
TOUCH INTEHESr MANIFESTED HY
A 1' A I It ATTENDANCE.
Tho Umml Ilowdrlitm nnd How
The Katuehniuchnii urero Ilndlr I.ort
Over the Umpire.
Thoro wus a fairly good atten
dance on Saturday to witness tho
last gamo of tho season hotwoen
tho Kamohamolins and tho Stars.
Tho formor had the sympathy of
tho public, but it did not avail
thorn much. Both tho League
umpiros wero absent, and thoro
was tho usual troublo in securing
compotont persons to fill thoir
places. After much solicitation
Olaronco White aud Gcorgo Lucas
aeoopted the thankloss position
and now thoy are both sorry for
it, and tho formor is looking all
ovor town for asuitablo person Vo
act as his guardian and seo that
he doesn't do it again.
Tho KatuB went to tho bat and
wero retired in short order. Tho
Sturs scored one on Pahau's error
in a high throw to third. In the
second neither club scored and in
tho thud the Kams tiod their ad
versaries, but tho Stirs mada two
From thenoo on the ex-sohool
boys wero not in it and could not
get another run until the first half
of tho ninth whon Bridges scored.
Tho Stars mado ono run oach in
tho fifth, sixth andoighth innings
and two in the sovonth. Tho
score at tho finish, tho last half
of tho ninth not boing played,
stood Stars 8, Kamehumehas 2.
Tho loss of thoir two host bat
tors, Crowoll and Mahuka, was
sovoroly felt by tho Kams, who in
suito of boing ovidontly ovor
matched played thoir best and
held tho Sturs down us woll as
NOTES OF THE GAME.
It was said on tho bloachors
that Nigol Jackson should loam
to hit abuso drum before tackling
Lemon's fancy curves.
Tho row of "or.inks" on the
back seat was loncor than usual.
Ono can always toil an old playor
by watching where ho sits and tho
way ho tilts his chair back.
It is not absolutely necessary
for Captain Gnnzel to look at tho
grandstand when he makes a throe
baso hit or a fino catch, especially
as when ho mufis a ball ono
would think ho had lost some
thing out at Waikiki.
Lionel Hart's fancy one-handed
stops woro much admired and his
splondid daisy-outtor in the
seventh mado tho run which wob
placed to Willio Wildor's credit.
If tho Stars took a little moro
interest in tho game they might
learn enough not to givo up tho
innings with only two players
MoNioholl redeemed some of the
errors mado in former games and
astonished his host frionds in tho
If a policoman woro established
in tho grand stand, ho might not
only bo an ornament to that un
sightly structure hut possibly
koop a few of tho youngsters out
whoso prcsonco is an annoyanco
Nigel Jackson's appearauco at
tho but is imposing, to say tho
least. If his execution was half
as good us his intention thoro
would be somo tall climbing over
tho fonco aftor tho ball.
It is astonishing how muoh
noiso a small seotion of a photo
graph gallery can moko whon it
goes to a bull gamo. Nothing
less than tho business ond of a
newspaper can cotno anywhere
Ganzel ovidontly didn't liko Dr.
White's modicino, but that is n?
roason ho should kiok about it.
Umpire White did his best, and
no ono in the grand stand had any
right to criticise his decisions
when thoy woro not in a posittou
to soo whether thoy wero correct
Dickey DaviB arrivod lute, bal
he had his "bazoo'' with him all
A ItUlfAWAY ACCIDENT.
ramijr Persons Experience a Narrow
K.ciipo From Injury.
A littlo boforo noon tod.iy &
horso and onrriago dushod madly
down Merohant stroet, and nar
rowly oscapod running ovor sov
dral of the hystandors. At the
corner of Fort stroot the horso at
tempted to turn, but instoad ran
on to tho sidowalk in front of
Hollister it Cd.'b cignr store.
Hore tho carriage camo into con
tact with an iron hitching post,
which was broken short oil'. The
shook broke every strap of the
harness, roloasing the horso and
throwing tho Chinese driver ovor
his hoad about ten foot, whero he
landed on his hoad and shouldors
on the sidewalk. Ho was taken
into Hollister's storo in an un
conscious Btato, but in a few min
utes recovered sufficiently to be
placed in a carriage and sent tc
On tho roar Boat of tho carnage,
which bolongcd to J. A. Ifoppor,
woro his daughter, Mrs. E. W.
Potorson, and hor' two children,
who beyond a sovoro shaking up
rocoivod no injury. Tho Chinese
driver has boon in Mr. Hopper's
employ for a number of yoars and
is said to bo both caroful and
compotont. His story is that tho
horso took tho hit in his toeth
and ran away and that be had not
strength enough to hold him in.
How Will Tills AHcct Spaldluu'ai
A roportor of tho Pall Mall
Gazotte has rooontly intorviowod
tho notorious Dr. Cornelius hens,
of Panama Canal fim. The
doctor was worn with anxiety and
pain ind in a dyiug stato. He de
clared in bnkoii tttorinoes that
he would leave a great invontion
to bo patoutod and developed.
The gist of tho invention is ac
enormous improvement in tolo
graphv by which moro than 100,
(100 words can bo transmitted by
long submarino cables in the
s,i mo timo that twonty words can
bo sent now. Tho invention will
allow of cabling fifty words at a
coBt of five cents. Tho dootor
dwolt upon the influence tho in
vontion would have upon the
newspaper of the futuro, and said
that he intended, in granting
royaltios, to reservo all rights so
fur as thoy applied to tho news.
The invontion, ho snid, would
rondor submarino tologruphy and
multiplex tolophony tousiblo.
Among those ongagod in hiE
laboratories In Franco on oxperi
monts whioh have rosulted in the
invontion, ho mentioned Kdison'e
m m m
"290' is tho number most fre
quently called ovor tho telephone
wires. It rings up tho United
OAimiAaE Company's stand, whore
Superior Hacks with safo and
oourtoouB drivord, aro alwuyB to
bo found. A corapleto livery
outfit, including buggies und wag
gonottos, furnished at tho ahort