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Dated Attn, fi, lt!)7. 679 St
DANIEL. LOGAN, Editor.
stugusl 6, iSitf.
The Kewalo Bicycle Track,
to be known as Cyclomere
Park, is at last a reality and
iiui .1 menu, lllilllK5 to uie
TUESDAY, AUG. 10, 1807.
Au article reprinted from the
London Spectator contains a rev
elation of horoism in a miscella
neous group of common English
peopln under great mutual dis
tress, which grandly offsets tho
too frequent instances of a contra
ry duality on occasions of like
severe, tests. The illustration is
not singular even in recent days,
however, for there is a mo9t
puthutio inBtanco of self forgetful
ness given in a solec'ion printed
in the last Anglican Church Ohio
nicle, regarding the loss of tho
1'. ii O. Bteamship Aden on the
rocky island of Sucotra. It is
recorded thus: "While London,
with gorgeous pomp and ceremo
nial, was acclaiming thovonorable
sovereign, the survivors on the
wreck wore signing 'God Save the
Queen,' with death approaching
them with unrelenting persistence."
waste, IIih oppriMWi Uvtllon?
Coiiio forward, uoiillniiieii. Statu
Wo reason "from llio known to
tliu unknown." WIiuii h all this
barbarity and tyranny to begin?
Wo suppose he means, by that
convenient and evergreen lorm
"missionaries," tho Uovorumnnt.
"What I hay havo in their minda
Is a remorseless trampling upon
.. .,.-.. ,!..i.i it i.,..ii.. ..t ii.
"Kainehamoha" and all tho nthar i energy and enterprise of Ar.
acliools In tun country, whats
your opinion of that tniui'H truth
fulness, or ignorance?
"What they havo in their minds
is a readinoss to pick a quarrol
with evory nation that gets in
tholr way." Evory nation 1 "A
roftdinoBsP' I havo always had a
high opinion of tho cour
age ofllawuiiiini, individually and
collectively; but, they havo no die
position to fight nations nor no
ammunition just at proscut. Their
greatest ambition is to bocomo a
part of a groat nation and help to
Koop poace. mat is their "niis-o
siou" and that will bo their fate.
"Who are to exocuto it ?" Yes,
my dear N. Y. E. P., you can havo
that in your mind and keep it
there. "Ba-a, ba-a, black sheep 1"
Your writing is rubbish utid you
know no more about Hawaii than
you know about Hades. JJa-u
Anne M. Puhscott.
"Is tho grist mill doomed?" ib
the question an exchange puts, on
the information that German
chemistry has produced an in
vention for making bread direct
from the wheat. It is claimed that
tho product is purer than the
Hour milled by the old process,
and tho nutritious compouonts of
the grain mora completely pre
served, so that tho now iuvontiou
produces at once a more whole
some and a more economical staff
of life. Possibly as a descrip
tion of the procoss, which is one
of maceration after soaking, would
cncouioge one to suppose tho
invention might be utilized to
inuko bread out ot such raw pro
ducts of the tropica as bananas,
ElHowhero is a summary of tho
census of the Russian Empire,
She Made Sure.
It was n bank near tho suburbs of
Brooklyn in which a little girl, not
more limn 8 ycuHOhl, mmlo lier appear
iincc tho other day, u&Uhifr if ho might
mo its workings. A polite little girl
was not to bo refused, nnd sho was
taken iusido and shown tho various de
partments of tho institution. But that
was not where the money wns kept ;
conld sho see whero the money was
kept? Certainly, nnd sho was taken to
sto tho vaults. Still thero was no won
oy to bo seen, nnd sho waH not witisfli-il.
Could sho 8co tho money? Certainly, if
that was what sho wished, and tho
vault doors wero thrown opon, and,
with a sigh of satisfnotiou, the littlo
girl saw sorao of tho money in which
sho was interested. "Do you think bur
glars could get in here?" sho asked
finally. "Certainly not," roplied tho
bank offloial who had been acting n
conductor. "It would bo very difficult
for burglars to get into tho bunk, mid
ibcy could not got into tho vaults. But
bow," ho continued, "you have asked
mo a great many questions, littlo girl,
and I should like to know why you nro
o much iutoiestcd in this bank."
"Woll," said tho littlo girl confidential
ly, "my Papa put $5 in this bank for
mo tho other day, mid I wanted to lo
suro that no burglars could got lu and
got it." New York Time
An Old FHKliloiicd JuurnnlUt.
Harmon D. Wilson, who loaincd lilt
lettors from tho Troy Chief, has writtcu
a two colnmu nrticlo on Sol Miller for
tho Atchison Globe, in which ho rolutes
many interesting littlo reminiscences
of tho old fellow. Sol would never trust
anybody die to make up tho forms of
his paper, and iio never permitted any
body under any cirrnuisMiicoH to tench
the forms which coutuinid tho mailing
list. For 40 years ho put on au old
apron each week and worked over the
imposing stones on issue day.
"When Tim Chief went to press,"
says Mr. Wilhon, "tho whistle was
blown. That was tho signal for all who
wished to como and cct their tkiihth.
Dcskv. and will be nneiied
with a giand meet next month,
and all the young men and
perhaps also the lovely girls
will want to try their luck on
ii. in anticipation 01 increased j
sales on bicycles we have'
quietly laid in a good stock of ;
niDune bicycles than which
there is none better in the
market. The Tribune is now
recognized in the United States
as the best; it is the favorite
with all the society people and
business men all over the
Union, and our own American
Minister rides one. Recent
advices announce a cut in
prices of low grade, but the
strictly high grade wheels still
sell readilv at the former list
price. We have made better
arrangements with the manu
facturers, whereby we are en
abled to sell the Tribune bicy
cles at list price $100, and
invite all intending purchasers
of wheels to come and inspect
our stock before going else-
wnere. we have ladies and
gentlemen's road wheels, racers
and all models manufactured
by the celebrated Black Manu
facturing Co. We also carry
the Columbus, Columbus
Juvenile for Boys and Girls,
3 & H Special, Zimmy and
Stormer, which are sold ex
Hawaiian Hardware Co,
NO. 307 FORT STH"F3ET,
Opposite Sprookols' Hank
. . . . I iw.. .w ...... ,,1-fc ii. mi jliljHTM.
worthy of preservation in scran-I Moat of thosu in hearing canio. Ai tbev
books by those who employ those
useful repositories of information.
It is ouo of the wonders ot modern
history how suuh a vast popula
tionnearly one hundred and
thirty millionsof many diverse
races can bo held subject to auto
iihuTon Evening Uui.urm:
Tho Now STorkEvoning Post says:
"Tho mission is a grnudioso
conception, but there is nothing
jjrandioso about tho missionaries
who are to execute it. What they
ham in their minds is a remorso
Icsb trampling upon native rights,
opportunities for personal enrich
ment, readiness to pick a quarrel
with every nation that gots in
thoir way, and an era of gooeral
national extravaganco and waste
and oppressive taxation."
.Now did anyone, I ask you,
common-BOUso folk, over road a
moro bombastic piece of inanity
than the aforesaid statemont? To
quote Josh Billiugs, tho writer
has "slopped over." And that's a
great fault in any editorial.
"What they have in their minds"
ho is a mind-reader you per
ceive is nn era of geueral nation
al extravaganco and wasto and
oppressivo taxation." Has tho
past four yoars proved any Mich
thought in their miudb? Where
kxjjc uicir papers troui a ioldod pile
which always stood in a certain phic,
they wroto their names on a sheet hnii
thero for that purpose." Kansas City
Out of Homo liulldlne.
Thero is a mistaken idea very preva
lent that a small honso that shall ho at
tractive enough for a man of tasto can
not ho built for less than $3,000 or
$3,000. Less thau half that sum is suf
flciont if it is judioiously oxpended.
Any amount of niouoy cm bo wniuiider
cd in uoutweMiulH and in da-orations
that nro us useless as inartistic In the
muiu one only requires from u iiouso, nn
from a man, that it perform its duty
well, and do tho things it was intended
to do in tho best way and bo pleasing
ami graceful in doing it. A modol
homo, if it bo skillfully planned, can
bu erected for a surprisingly humll sum
in tneso clays. Uliicago Jlcctnd.
Mrs. Grccno It must bo awfully an
noying to have tho Biokewcs borrow
your good butler and return tho cheap
stuff they uhvr.ys buy.
Airs. Gnty It would bo if it were
not for tho fact that they always return
such u littlo piece. Boston Tiaiifcciipt.
"I rout that girl face to faco last
night," said Cholly.
"How did sho stand the shock?" ntk
ed Do Grtillo. Pick 5Io Up.
Residents on Ghuwoixl avenue, Jer
sey City, object to having their thor
oughfuro p.ivcd, because they say it will
then becouft' u highway for funeiuls.
hiuco 18ol, it is estimated, 48.S10 I
men buo bun killed in mining aid-
fenU lu Great Britain.
Kvery n&vt In this game
of clothes hulldliii; Is
made fur your gain.
there's the rHmotest poialhlllty,
and 'not a penny too much to pay.
Another scarf nmker tripped up.
Sumo liollur ,'
Some half ' '
All going uow at twenty flvocents.
The Latest Model is reduced from
$100 to $85.
The Pacific Cycle & Manufacturing Co,,
ISole A.s:ents for the Islands.
WHITE LUPINE BEANS
When planted for soiling purposes cause tho
ground to nbsorb and hold moisture and act as
a most cfllcicnt .....
9 Hotel Street
Ag'iits for Dr. D.imel's Llnen-Mwih
Underwear. 8oml for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
You Can Find
Florida Peach Trees
can secure thotn by
leaving orders with
E. W. JORDAN,
No Better Fertilizer is known for CANE LANDS.
3? For salo in quantities to suit by
The California Feed Co.,
Telephone 121. Queen Street.
Somo intorosting itnins
for Gpntlprncn with in-
. . . r--r- -- lf- inmiai
terosling Anaut pricps
in Linpn Orash. snitingH
of all kinds and Qptits1
The Hotel St. Tailors,
Wu verify Uulldlut;.
Teleplioue 641. P. O. Box
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd
For Rent or Loase.
House on Kowalo street, contaliiiiiK
threo beiironinH, purlor, Ultolieu, din
ing ami bathroom. All nowly repair
oil. Apply to
J. A. MAGOON,
6770w Next Pout OMlce.
IIouso of seven rooms with pantry,
bathroom, stadia anil acrvaut's room,
sltuateil 011 thu corner of Puuohbowl
mid Jterctanla street" Applv to
J ?. SI1.VA.
77-5!ws At Killers & Co.
Just to hand an invoico of the Now Improved PLANTERS HOE.
SOLID OAST STEEL Extra strong, Eye and Made forged from
PLOWS Breakors, Doable Furrow, Subsoil, Rice.
HOWE'S SCALES The best in the world.
BRUSHES Puints, Oils and Varnishes.
WIRE DOOR MATS Windmill and Cistern Pumps.
VISES, PIPE CUTTERS Norton's Jack Screws, 8 and 10 tons.
VACUUM OILS Another invoice just recoived.
SARATOGA being no longer a pub
ho resort, tho nroprietreH will beglail
to let the whole or part (with board If
desired or light housekeeping), to
privato families wishing a healthy
stimnipr ronnrt, For tornif, addreis
P. O. It jx 218, or on tho iiiuuiImuh.
(JU!J I 111
To Be Opened.
THURSDAY, July 15, at the Sailor's
Home, the Roatauraut will reopen
with a Free Dinner served In first
class style. Meals, single, 25o; tickets,
$4.50. Open from fi n. m. to 7 p m.
OH UNO HEE,
057-1 m Proprietor.
We Can Handle
some more collections; wo nro
mciitlni; with ureat success
lik'U means success to our
patrons Drop us a curd and
wo will call. It will bo to
BUCK & MASON,
Coining & AdvTsing Ag'cy,
317 Merchant Street.
PEOPLE'S EXPRSS CO.
Omen: 207 Merchant Shikkt,
Furniture and Pianos care
Baggage ClieiM ai Your Home,
C5W RING US UP. 6703m
Evening llullitin, 7Gc, per month.
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