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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, December 22, 1896, Page 6, Image 6',
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DXOEMBEn 22, 1090.
E. W. JORDAN'S
No. 10 Store,
. , , GLOVES . . .
Kid Gloves, White, Cream and
-:- Tan -:-
Evening Gloves, 8 to 10 Button Length.
Blnck Gloves with whito Btitching.
Colored Gloves with colored stitching.
Real Eoindeer nnd Kimberly Driving Gloves.
SEEKS TllE IRON CROWN
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Ex Bktne "Castle"
1SOO aRdolLstgfosJ of
HANDKERCHIEFS . . .
The largest assortment of Ladies' Whito Linen Em-
The largest and best assortment we liuvo ever shown.
Whito and Butter Valoncionnos Laces with insertions to
Beal Malteso Lnco with insertions to inntch.
pilLL Sjock op
p. DB CosbtsI
-:- MULLS -:-
White, Colored and Cream Mulls. Something New 1
Pltiin and Figured all Colors.
BT A full BSHortimutof Stumped Goods form brod-
A lurge nnd vuiiod stuck f European and Jupanoao
Rug?. Stair nnd Can i -go Carpets. All sizes and
XMAS TOYS . . .
Rocking horse, swinging horses, polico patrol wagons,
;ig rockers, duxters, suoo ny veiooipeues, pusu curia,
Vil .nrrinrrna.ivnfTnns. wheelbarrows, stick horse ohimes,
croquet seta nil sizos, swings, airgunB, sohool drill
guns, magic lanterns, a complete assortment, oi games,
moohanicUoys, christmns treo ornaments of all kinds,
cossaquos nnd bon-bons,
Dolls! Dolls! Dolls!
Sranll toys of every kind.
Chicago, Docomber fi. John
D. Bockofollor is aftor tlio crown
now worn by Audrow Caruogio,
tlio iron king. And if Iub plans
already matured and about to bo
carried out nro successful ho will
to do this in his own nnmo. The
Standard Oil Company will bo
tho nominal foo of the great
Scotchman. But who does not
know that John D. Rockefeller
and tho Standard Oil Company
are one and the same?
Thoy have purchased in South
Chicago along the shores of Lako
Michigan and at tho mouth of
tho Chicago river a plat of ground
several acres in extent and with a
wator frontogo of 3,200 foot. On
this will bo eroded rolling mills
to cost $10,000,000, at least, prob
ably twice that amount. With
this plant for maairfn?turo, with
the vast mines in tho Mbsaba re
gion for tho raw products, and
with eightoon hugo lako vessels
to carry tho oro to tho very doors
of the works, all owned by Mr.
Rockefeller's company, ho will bo
ablo to dictato terms to Mr.
Carnegie and his associates in
stead of being dictated to.
Mr. Rookefellor's gigautio
scheme is not a now ono, but it
has boon kept quiet. Not
until today did anything roach
the public, and tnen it was
through an accident. Some weeks
ago n largo plat of ground wns
purchased in South Chicago. Tho
sellers wero the Calumot Canal
aud Dock Company and sevoral
privato individuals, tho roal buyer
was not publicly known. Tho
prico was in the neighborhood of
50,000, divided into throe pay
ments. Tho first installment was
paid when tho doeds wero signed,
tho next will bo met December
15th. It was not nocessary thut
Mr. Rockefeller should divide tho
sum. Ho choso this plan of set
tlement in order to conceal his
The iron aud stool business, at
least that part of it dealing in
steel rails, is controlled entirely
by Carnegie and his two allies,
tho Illinois Steel Company of
Chicago and tho Colorndo Fuel
Iron Company of Pueblo, Col.
Tho price of rails at Pittsburg is
S28, at Chicago $-20 and at Puoblo
S33. Whichever concern is near
est tho purchaser delivers the
rails. Rails cannot bo had of any
one else. This is the trust Mr.
Rockefellor proposes to break.
With his own mines, his
own ships and his own
plant ho expects to make steel
rails from 25 to 50 per cent cheap
er thau can tho trust. Ho can
sell thorn much cheaper, and un
less Mr. Carnegio sues for peace
ho and his powerful associates
may bo driven out of tlio busi
The now mills
go will not be
Furniture ! -:- Furniture !
LEATHER GOODS . . .
Ladies' purses, sterling silver mounts, ladies Morocco
end calf handkorohiof bags, ladies' lambskin and Mt
Dorothy bags. .
E. W. JORDAN'S
No. 10 Store.
at South Chii-n
con lined to the
bteel rails, how
ever, but will make structural iron
of all sorts as well. It is stated
further that Mr. Rockofoller may
also go into tho armor-plate busi
ness if the Carnegie trust attempts
to maintain its prosont grasp.
Tho site of tho now works is an
ideal ono for a mammoth rolling
mills. Tho river at this point is
twenty feet in depth, enough to
float tho largest of tho lako ves
sels, providing u perfect entrauco
for tho Standard Oil ships, which
will carry ore from mines along
Lake Superior. Theso same boats
will sorvo bb a powerful whip in
the hands of tho oil maguato in
ease tho railroads attempt to aid
tho Carnegio trust, for out of sea
son they can be used for the grain
trade and literally "demoralize
freight rates in ovory direction.
Sterling, tho painter, is pre
pared to quote prices on roof
painting. Ho uses a composition of
coal tar and cement. Cheapest
and best roof preparation in Ho
nolulu. It gets dark early in tho day at
Christmas time. Lengthen the
hours of daylight by procuring
ono of tho largo, haudsomo Brad
ley & Hubbard lamps at the Paci
iio HaidwaroCo.'s storo.
Ordway & Porter.
Largest Shipment Ever Brought to Honolulu.
Lihry 4 Hing Ik:.
FINEST FINISH !
-' BEST QUALITY !
Most Complete Stock and the Greatest
. Variety !
ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN FUR
NITURE AND HOUSE FUR
NISHING GOODS !
"Will toe placed in our "Warerooms
at once. Particulars in a few
days. . w ." ' '
ORDWAY & PORTER, ,
Hotel and Bethel Streets.
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