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For Lease or Rent.
Those doslrablo ProiniBes ut
prosont occupiod by- MRS. P.
Roonoy, situato at "Wilder Avo
nuo. A fino teaidenco consisting
of Parlor, ThrooBodrooms, Dining
Boom, Buth Room, Storo Room,
Kitchen and Pantry,
Sorvants' houao, Stablo and
Largo spaoious grounds planted
with fruit and ( rnamontal treos.
Fruit troes how bearing fruit.
Limo and Lomon Troos, Alligator
Ponr Treoa, otc.
Also, a fino largo Pasturage.
For particulars, apply to
MR. P. J. TURNER,
my27 tf at Lewis A Co.
IToi Sale .
One Doublo Seat Family Carriage,
Harneas and Horso, very gentle; ,
Mrs. P. M. ROONEY,
Wilder avenuo near Piikoi stroet,
" or Mr. TURNER,
my23 2w at Lewis & Oo.
California & Hawaiian Fruit &
Produce Company, opposite R.
R. Dopot, King Street; Every
description . of groceries and
dried fruits; and by every stoamer
from San Francinco and Vancouver,
Ico Houso fruits, fresh
1 Salmon, and Oysters. as
Tolophono 755. P. O. Box 4.
A New Abstract Office
Aa a result of 15 yoaro experience be
; in the Abstract Business, I am
prepared to make Abstracts of
Title in a most thorough, accurate,
and complete manner and on
short notice . a
F. W Makinney.
In W.-0. Smith's Office, 318 on
Fort Street. myl3,
If you want. tho highost grado
Family "Flour on tho Market ask his
for Patent Excellent." Manufactured
by Novelty Milling
Engrosser - " and Illuminator ate
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Pacific Hardwaro Co,
flolilster Drug Co,
.. , .628 Fort gtrpet,
WIioIb&Ib .Hjitoil Duuflflijty
' BEST GOODS
Ijowest Prices' &&
H- WCf co'
Wholesale and Retail
98 Fort Streot, Honolulu
Telephonor 22 P.O. Boi 470
A prominent morabor of the
Healani Boat Club aekod tho Independent
to give Alox. Lylo a
good sondoffon his departure with
wifo and child by tho Monowai,
Ho. aoknovlodgod that, although
hooftoh'.had "oussod" Aleok, nobody
in Honolulu had dono moro
for boating than tho captain of tho
Myrtlo Boat Club. It is a candid
and just aoknowledguiont, Whon
Atook had boon weakonod by auo
cesslve attacks of the grip,) and
might well havo oiaimod roleaso,
ho yet would aiQt have ft raoo do
II. H. Allon is Going away by
Tho ball of Oo. B. will bo given
Thore will bo moonlight bath-
ing part'ios this evening.
Argumont in tho habeas corpus
oas'o will bo oontinuod' this morning.
Pure Hawaiian Honey is put up
by the Honolulu Apiary Company.
Mr. J. M. Sims has sovorod his
connection with tho Manufacturers
Tho Pionoer Building & Loan
Association will hold its monthly
mooting this evoning.
B. F. Ehlers & Co. stand in tho
front rank for dry goods, and you
will find their pricos right.
Don't miss hearing Soquah this
ovoning. Music, electric light
and healing are what ho. offers. C
If you arc tired of tho hot and dusty town,
there Is uo better place for rest and recuperation
than at IUnlwal Baths. Smooth bathing
beach and fine surf. ' Wnlklkl cars pasi
Glarenco Maofurlano will tako
ordors for phaetons and buggios
well as the waggon elsewhore
Tho bund-will play at Emma
Square thin ovoning. A now maroh
called tho "Citizens' Guard!' will
H. May & Co., whoso card is in
this paper, keoj s standard groceries
and handle Kona coffee as
A large Invoice of NEW GOODS arrlTcd by
the Australia for N S tiachi.
For Stjlhh Millinery, (lnoLacci and Embroideries
and pretty Wash Materials go to
B. Sachs, IS?Q Fort stroot,
Hon. Audloy Cooto has ohangod
plans. Instoad of going to
San Francisco by the Australia today,
ho will return to Tasmania
tho Btoamor Mariposa for
duo on Thursday. a
F. J. Krucer, practical Tqtalmakcr, Cor,
of Fort and Merchant streets, HepftlrlnK
watches a specialty. The celcbfated Wlcnr
Regulators. Just tho thjnjr for an appraprt'
present to vourfrlsnil.
It was not Nod irnhoffH boy but
another person ttiat had no
with Jhe t,eum, vjo put that
gentleman's hurse nnd waggon
over, tho wharf on Friday niglit.
Mrlmhoff and boy wore .on board
tho Philadelphia n tho time.
fPt. l..ln Wll. TTill utt llfA
insuranoo for $50QQ in tho offjoe
T. M. Dow'sett. nlo n interest a
a fruit farm in Cajifovnia. He
ost a great deal of money a fow
years ago by backing a soda wator
factory for a man not now in tho
"SpO, i tlie nurnher 'rnpt. Ircqqently
called oyer )l lelephpno wrcs. It rings up
tho VilTP.n OAWtlAPB stand,
where Superior HaQlts wUli safe a,d
courteous ilrlyprSi nrp aaya to bo found.
A corapleto livery outfit, Including buggies
aud waggonettes, furnished at the shortest
Mr. P. M. Lucas is now mannr
gerof tho Hotel. Mr. Wngnov
nnd Mr, Bluxotno are in charge of
tho wine room and bar department.
Mr. Bluxotno is a
gor to tho Hotel patrons, but ho
ia rated in San Francisco as one
of the most intolligont nnd o'ovor
mon known in his profession.
On this Monday evening at 7:30
C'Glook, tho Hawaiian band will
play the following programmo c
TAllT i. .
Overture.. Morn, Noon and.,..
Interraesszo. .Oavallorla Rusti-
March , , Citizens' Guard (now)
Soleotion . .11 Trovatorn Vordi
Selootion, .Robin Hood Do
March , .Bollo of Now'Yoi'i , , , .
"Waltz . Makoe Island. , . . .Borgor
Fantasia , . Cocoanut Danoo , . . ,
Curious Game Between
- and Stars.
Good PLayinq in 'General dut
Bad in Some Details.
Saturday's baseball match
betwoon tho Kamohameha and
Star nines drow a fair attendance.
Thoro was a good doal of
of some fino baseball, but it
was to a largo oxtont disappointed.
Whon tho Stars cropt up on
a load, they should havo dono
more intonso work to hold their
own nnd, if possible, got ahead.
Somo bad execution, especially
in throwing tho ball, and somo
slips on the turf, lost tho Stars
opportunities different timeB when
very badly needed. Below nro
lists of tho different teams with
position of players:
Kamb R Pahau c, O Crowoll
If., S Mahuka 2 b., P Davis 1 b.,
Kaanoi o f . C Bridges s s. , B
Lemon p., W Ahia 3 b., A.
StahsW Wilder ss., HWildor
c, S P Woods 3.b., J Ganzol 1 b.,
Wodohouse 2 hi, L Hart p , D
MoNioholl 1 f.. P Gloason c f.,
Chan. Wilder r f.
Harry Whitney and Morris
wero tho umpires, and
W. J, Forbes soorod the gamo,
Following ia a summary of the
1. Kans to bat, Pahau going
first on balls, but forced out
socond on Qrowoll'a hit. Ma4
huka flow out. Davis bit. for first
and stole soaoud, but latmoi
struck out. ,
W. Wilder hit a pretty linor
down oontor, but was loft on baso
H. Wildor's fly, Woods' throe'
strikes and Ganzol's fly.
2. Bridges hit a single, was ad
vancod by Lemon's single, and
camo homo on a wild pitoh. Ahia
started on four balK and Lawer
lawo blocked the flood of sucooss
by Btriking out. Pahau mado a
Binglo, going on to sooond through
muff, while two munors oamo
homo. Crowoll atruok out and
Mahuka was too lato at first;
Wodebon&o, out at first; Hart
foul .to catch or, and McNioholl,
out at first.
i. Payis Ijit a pinfjlo, w promoted
by Kaanoi'w out at first.
Bridges took throe strikes. Lemon
hit a double, and Davis camo
home.nfter wh'oh 'iia wa.s,TP,tived
at first. Spore L
P. Gluason got first on a muff
by short atop, and oumo homo on
wild throw. Qhan Wlldor, W
W'lder. and Harry Wilder wont
quiokly out, Willio with strikes,
tho others atfirst. Sooro 1.
4. Lawelawe got flrst on hit by
pitpher nft was thrown out at
socond. Pahau, strikoa, and
droppod tit flrst, finished tho
Woods, Ganzel and Wodohouso
all flew out.
5. Mahuka got first on a muff
at second, and Davis on ono at
first. Kaanoi wont out at first.
Bridges hit a hard ono, which
slipped through right's hands,
lotting him to third while two
men camo homo, whom ho followed
on a wild pitoh. Lomon, four
balls, stole sooond, cot to third
on wild pitoh, hut stayed.thoro on
Ahia'a fouling out, andLawelawe'a.
boing blocked at first. Soore 3.
It had got decidedly sorious for
tho Stars. They wont to work and
did something. Hart hit a rollor
down tho loft, nnd stole third
and also homo. MoNioliolJ hit a
BJntjlo, roaohed seoond on urow
homo, stole third aud was brought
homo by W. Wilder, after Gloa-
eon, Btritcoa, ana utian. wilder,
at first, retired. H. Wildor went
out at first. Sooro 2.
6. Pahau hit for ono, but wan
dropped stealing second, Orowell
flow to loft, Mamika mado a Binglo
and stole second, but was left by
Davis' fly to second.
Tho Stars braced up again with
Borao suocoss. Woods gpt bnso on
balls, sooond on Ganzel, but died
at third. Wodohouso flow fout to
stoond base, Hart got base on
balls, third on n muff at right
that gave McNioholl two bieoa
Bodbhd,'"b'ut' was loft by Chan',"
Wildor's fly to loft. Score 3.
7. Kaanoi wont out at firBt.
Bridgos hit for ono and completed
tho oirouit on a wild throw by tho
pitohor. Lomon hit a fly to
second and Ahia struck cut.
. Stars want two to tio and the
gamo ib getting old. They wore
a.till wanting whon W. Wilder
went out at flrst, and H. Wildor
and Woods on "holes in their
8. Lawolawo yioldod n thrco
strikos. , Pahau hit a single, stole
second, and was advancod homo
by baso hits of Orowell and Ma
huka. Davis was retired on
strikos, and Kaanoi on a fly well
caught by right fiold. Sooro 1.
Ganzel,' first, and Wodohouso,
fly to left, mado the Stars look
tirod.whon thoy.were boosted over
tho moon by Hart's striking for
three basoB. Unfdrtunatoly,
MoNioholl was thrown out
9. Bridges wont out on a foul,
Lomon at flrst. Ahia got first on
muff by abort top,but waa thrown
out at sooond on a hit by' Lawo
Gloason and 0. Wildor wore
dropped at first, and Chan. Wilder
hit a fly down to third.
Tho Kiimehamchu sympathizer!
had the cheering to do, whilo
the frieuds of tho Stars dispersed
with tired looks. Following is
tho score by innings:
Home Industry !
your Grocer for
Pure Hawaiian Honey
PUT UP nY
GQNSALVES & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS AND WINE
005 ijuccn Streot,. Honolulu, 11. 1
Which was startod on tho 1st of May, 1895,
.ALMOST UNHERALDED. . ' .
" It is.intondod.by thq projectors of Tins Independknt
o , mrike it n .! " . . '
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..FACT AND OPINION.
" Tle , , Independent
wilt not bo corifinod to established modola in local
but will ondeavor to prosbut now foatures and
will in policy aim to justify its name It will bo a. paper
for tho People, and not tho organ of any sect, party or
clique. By fulfilling this purposo, rt will answor
objection that thoro aro too many uowspapors in
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING.
THE INDEPENDENT " OFFICE
is proparodtodo Book and Job Printing In-good sty
at modorato rates and with dispatch.
OFFICE : Cornor of
. Hear .Him
On GROUND at CORNER
1HE GROUND WILL DE SPEOIALLT
. LIGHTED BY THE
Comes ALL and See,
Hear and f Judge for
BEQUAH attends tho Armory
Hall b'otween tho hours of 2 and
4:30 oach day, except Sundays.
:SEQUAH tecturos each
at 7:30 at tho corner of Fort
and Beretania strbots.
'Allon and Kokuanaoa strootfl,
Per S. S. "Australia," a New Line , '
With SIMPS and COEDS to Matoh.
Chenille IPorfcieres, l
Chenille Table Covers;; ' - '
JPlain Cotton Crepes
Evoning Shados; V
. ligured Co.tton Crepes
White Cotton G?o6ds
Eoducod from Go. to ICo. a yard
B. F. EHLERS & GO:
Are You Satisfied
To POOR CHEAP FURNITURE', in your that
comes apart nnd cracks and broaks, and sooner for
kindling wood. . . "H -
.Ex-Bai?k "Martha Davis," WERi'cEiVED'fflE -
Largest Shipment of" furniture
That has ever been
We will quote you, wil nstonish you, especially
if you attempt to buy thorn", and ship tholnhoro
Will you take advantage of this 'fact : If you don't, 'Bomo of
your friends will, nnd you, will bo surprised to soo how nicely
they havo fitted their houses, and at what asmnll figure; .-...y
Examine our Stock and Fighrcs. ' . '," "
' ' . ''''nip .
Mattresses, Lounges' and all Upholstered Furniture,- Oiepaired' at
Reasonable Rates.- .' '"! l,v
Cabinet Making. inall its branches, by '.Oomputont Workmen" ;
Matting Laid and" Interior Decorating under tho supervision of
Mr. GffiO. ORDWAY.
ORDWAY & PORTER,.
thy30 tf t Robinsori Block, Efotbl Street.
Look at the Above;;-
the WAGGON noedod by every man., who attonds to
business, or is. bont on pleasure, I Sdll the30 Waggqns with or withr
out Tops, and I can guarantee 'that they will give full satisfaction.
Tho Oarriago is .light, but solid, and it combines all tho virtuos of a
ploasuro and business Waggon. " ' J
You will noyor got tirod of riding in one' of them, and your horso
will nover get tired of pulling it.
Theso Waggons are fashionablPj
Stitos, If over you try one, you
I am also roady to tako orders for
AT THE AICHOE
Oyster Cooktails !
Sauer Brunnen !
Prederioksburg Beer !
Straights Mixed Drinks
O AU Klnda and Debt Quality.
Southwest Corner King & Nuuanu
A NICE COTTAGE ON QUEEN
ulro at this ofllco
Consigned to any s One
and 'used everywhp'ro.inhojyhjtod
will never use" any othor stylo.
PHAETONS or BUGGIES.
Aqe'nt for tho Hawaiian Islands
Efflf KE SALOON
Corner Nuuanu and Hotel Streets
E.'N, Hequa Mnnagor
Popular Brands of WINES and
LIQUORS, nlways on hand
On DnAuailT ;
Half and Half, and tho.colobr&tod
" Albion" Beor, always. fros'h and
Something now Gingor Brandy,
Famous for its medicinal virtues.
A most oxcollent remedy for all
disorders of tho stomach, and par