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Vol. V. 3
xi ISSUE 1
Tho Fine Passenger Steamers of
This Port as Herdtindor.
FROM SAN FRANCISCO:
AUSTRALIA OOT. 12th
MOANA OCT. 2tst
AUSTRALIA ....NOV. 9th
ALAMEDA NOV. 18th
AUSTRLtA DEO. 7th
MARIPOSA DEO. lGth
IONOL1 ., H. I., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1897. No. 698.
In connection with the sailing of the above steamers, tho Agonts aro
proparod to isane, to intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any
railroad from San Francisco, to nil points in the United States, and from
New York by any stonmship'linoto all European ports.
For further particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
General Agents Oceanic S. S Company.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED
Improved Planters Hoe
Solid Cast Stoel Eye and Blado Forged Entire.
OYOLONE WIND MILLS, PUMPS; ETC.,
HOWE'S PLATFORM AND COUNTER SCALES,
NORTON'S BALL BEARING JACK SCREWS,
PLOWS IN LARGE VARIETY,
VISES, PIPE CUTTERS AND WRENCHES,
Tho Standard of Merit.
"Universal Stoves and
PAINT, WALL & WHITEWASH
A Large Assortment of General Hardware.
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Vgents for Lloyds,
Canadian-Australian Steamship Lino,
British & Foreign Marine Insurance Co.,
Northern Assurance Co. (Fire and Life),
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.,
Pioneer Lino of Packets from Liverpool.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed
New and Fresh Goods received by ovory paokot from California, Eastern
States find European Markets.
Standard Grade of Canned
Goods dollvorod to
ISLAND TBADE SOLICITED.
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This Liue Will Arrivo and Leave
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
ALAMEDA OCT. ldth
AUSTRALIA OOT. .20th
MARIPOSA NOV. Uth
AUSTRALIA NOV. 17th
MOANA DEO. 9th
AUSTRALIA DEO. 15th
BRUSHES, CALIFORNIA LAWN
P. O. Box 145.
Fort & Emo sts.
Vegetables, Frnits and Fish.
any part of the Oity w&
A Novelist's Lesson in Manipulating
legislative Bodios Without
Tnl ja t ft theso material
ii .J.LMUilOLD m days
UIIIMU i IU uaiu i their interesting tales
of fiction upon faots and incidents
that bavo attracted thoir attention
in antual life or in the public prints,
This la one of A. Olavering Qunter's
great points in his fictional tales.
Of course, in "Her Senator" Mr.
Gtintor had no intontion of referring
to tho Sugar Trust or to Hawaii
or to any of our visiting Senators
or Congressmen, consequently
wo extract from his novel the following
little sceno botweon a brace
of cougouial money lovers and
The lady is a friond of a
Senator whoso vote is desimd to
pass an important bill affecting the
interests of the Gelatine Trust
through tho Senate.
"Aha! What a business woman
you ore. You have a brain," replica
Steinbergh. "What would you say
to a pretty little pony phaeton and
pair of high steppers, with a nice
little groom on the rumble for the
"Yes a victoria also. I wish to do
the thing properly." Theu sho adds:
"And what do you expect for all
His answer surprises her, Sho
had expected a direct request for
her aid. But tho financier merely
says: "Your friendship your, influence.
At a certain time I shall
make a certain investment for you.
You know enough to be aware that
if a stock that you hold goes up in
tho market, you make money. If a
stock goes down, you loso money.
Some day in the futuro I shall write
to you that I have bought for your
account and risk so many shares."
"Hundreds?" a"sks tho lady anxiously.
"No, Thousands!" answers Mr.
IQIUIUUUIU VUlUJIjr, Ul U UU1UIIU
stock. You are bright enough to
know that if a certain bill passes
Congross you will bo rich. But if a
certain bill does not pass Congress
you'll bo poor. Act thon at your
"You're very kind," murmurs Mrs.
Montressor. "You havo alwoys been
good to mo. You only now ask mo
to help mysolf, that is all."
Then she adds: "Please explain
this matter a little further. If I am
to aid you, I must understand tho
affair thoroughly. You say, if I
hold the stock and it goes up, I
make money. But this stock has
gone down and I have made, as well
as I can see by tho aocounts."
"Yes, you wore again a boar, a
naughty bear, ono of that kind of
wicked people who sells things before
they buy them. You see, wo
are this is entirely a matter of confidence
we aro compelled to forco
the stock to soil down in ordor that.
a certain uumbor of our lawmakers
at a proper timo can buy at low
figures, Then, of course, they will
bo anxious for thoir holdings to riso
in valuo, and will pass tho proper
bill to make it go upl We are not
bribing them they aro merely using
some hints ot ours to ueneut tuoir
"Oh, I see," answers Mrs.
"Gelaliuo stock will go
down until Congress is in session
and a number of its mombors buy it"
"Yob, and after they have bought
it wo may give them a little lesson,
wo may put it a little lower to
stimulato thorn to exert themselves
to add to its financial value but
this is confidential. On your honor
you will say no word of it to any
ono. You aro tho only woman I
would trust with such a secret. But
wo aro at the Waldrof. I will say
adieu, as I may uot see you again
Nicely furnished rooms to lot ou
Liltha Street, opposite Kuakini
Austria Wants Indemnity.
New Yoiik, Y. N., Sept, 11. A
special to the World from Vienna
says: At tho Ministry of Foroign
Affairs to-day, when an inquiry was
made of the chiof of tho department
as to what stopB tho Austrian
Government proposed to take in
to the killing of its subjects
at Hazleton during tho strikes in
Pennsylvania, that official replied:
"Our legation at Washington has
cabled only that Hungarian workmen
woro fired upon without provocation
and several killod. When
furthor detailed roports arrivo our
Government is resolved to demand
satisfaction for tho violent, causeless
killing of subjects,
together with severe
by the American tribunals of
those responsible, and araplo indemnity
to the wounded and families of
A Belie of tho Vandalia.
Washington, Septpmbor 9. The
State Department is informed that
tho standard 21-foot United Stato3
ensign, which went down with tho
Vandalia when that vessol was
wrecked in the tidal wave in the
port of Apia, Samoa, has been recovered
and presented to the United
States Consul-General's office at
Apia. It is carried on the property
returns of that Consulate, and is
highly valued as a historic relic.
A DESIRABLE TEN-limit,
situated at tho lVnlnsula.
Good boating Olore to tho Railroad. For
further particulars apply to
J. O OARTEK, JK .
at tho Dank of Bishop & Co
OESIDENOB PROPERTY ON
Queen. Street, New House, with
Parlor, Dining Room, three Bod
RootnH, Kitchen and Btth; Lot,
fiOxlOO. Also, adjoining Lot of same
size, 50x100. For salo as a whole or
separately at roasonablo figure. Apply
BRUCE WAKING & CO.
(LATK I), LICUTIO.)
No. 22, Beroanla Street, near Fort,
Is prepared to do First-class Photographic
work in tho Latest Styles with
Neatness and Dispatch Tho only ground
lloor Art. Gallery and Studio on tho Islands
Correot Likeness and Good Viows
Nona but experienced Hawaiian Artists
Employed, and no Orientals.
IKUPIHEA & McOANDLESS.
Why peoplo come long distances to bay at
REASON ono customer tolls
anothor how rauoh thoy havo saved by
dealing at this Hvo and lot live establishment.
REASON tho saving from
their grocery bill holps thorn to pay tho
if you don't ballevo what our customer
Bay fast glvo us a call and be convinced.
la I a ma Grocory.
TEL. 1C& OppoRlto Railway Depot
LONG BRANCH BATHS
WAIKIKI BEACH, Honolulu, H. I.
0. J. 8UERW00D, Proprietor.
There earth and air, and sea and tky,
With lreaker's song, give lullaby.
King Streot Tram-Cars pass tho door.
Ladles and children specially cares for,
Wlldert Steamship Co.
0. Ii. WIGHT, Pres. S. 11. K08K, Bo
Oapt. J. A. KING, Port flnpt.
Will leave Honolulu at 10 A. u., touchlngat
I.ahnlnn, JInalaea Ray and Makooa the
saino cloy; Mahnkenn, Kawalbae and
tho following day; arriving nt
Hllo tho name nf ternoon.
LKWKS HONOLULU. ARRIVES HONOLULU.
Friday Oct 1 Tuesday Sept 28
Tuesday. Oct 12 Friday uot 8
Friday Oct 22 'luenfay Oct 19
TucBcfay Nov 2 Friday Oct 29
"Friday Nov W Tuesday Nov 9
Tuoday Nov 23 Friday. Nov 10
Friday Dea 3 Tuesday J ov 20
Tuesday ...,I)eo U Friday Dec 10
Thursday Deo 23 Deo 21
Friday Dec 31
Returning will loavo Hllo at 8 o'clook
a, m , touching at Laupahoehoe.
and Kawalhae same day; Makenn,
Maalaea Bay and Lahaioa the following
day: urriving nt Honolulu, the afternoons
of Tuesdays arid Fridays.
ear Will call at Pohoikl, Pana, on trip
No Freight will be received after 8
a. m. on day ot aniline.
The popular route to tho Volcano is via
Hilo A good carriage road tho entire distance.
Runnd trip tickets, covering all
Will leave Honolulu Tuesdays at 6 p. h.
touohlng at Kahulul. Haua, Harnoa and
Kipahulu, Maui. Returning arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nuu, Kaupo, once each
4B" No Freight will bo received after 4
r. m. on day of sailing.
This Company will reserves tho right to
make changes in the time of departmo and
arrival of Us Hteamera without notice and
It will not be responsible for any consequences
Consignees must be at tho Landings to
receive their freight; this Company will
not hold itself responsible for freight after
it has boon landed.
Llvo Stock received only at owner's risk.
This Company will not be responsible lot
Money or Valuables of passengers unless
placed in the care of Pursers.
W Passengers aro requested to par-chase
Tickets before embarking. Those
failing to do so will be subject to an
of twenty-five per cent.
GLAUS BPBEOKELB. WM. Q. 1BW1N.
Clans Spieckels & Co.,
HONOLULU " . '.
Ban Francisco Agents. THE NEVADA
BANK OF BAN FItANOISCO.
DJIAW exciiakoe on
SAN Nevada Bank of
LONDON-The Union Bank ot London
NEW YORK American Exchange Na-
CHICAGO Merohants National Bank,
PARIS Comptolr National d'Escompte de
BERLIN Dresdnor Bank.
HONG KONG AND YOKOHAMA Hong
NEW ZEALAND AND
Bank ot Now Zealand.
VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER Bank
of British North America.
Transact a General Hanking and Ezohanai
Deposits Received. Loans made ou Approved
Heourity. Commercial and Travel-era
Credit Issued. Bills of Exotiung
bought and sold.
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