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A new lot Of tho Finest
Autoharpu, Guitars, Violin, Etc.
Also a now Involco of tho Celebrated
Specially manufactured for tho tropical
ollmato, second to none,
MORE THAN ino OK THEM SOLD
On tho Hawaiian Islands during the last
Also tho choicest European and American
Beers, Ale, Wines & Liquors
AT MOST HEAHONAI1LK rltCUKS.
Bn HOFFSOHLAEGEP. &. CO.,
Corner King it Bethel Streets.
T. B. acta
321 .t 323 King Streot.
. ALL MATKniALS OH IIAND . .
Will furnish everything outside steam
boats and hollers.
Eorue Shoeing a Specialty.
. TELEPHONE B72.
Wm. 6. Irwin & Co.
Wm.G. Irwin President Manager
W. M. Giffard Secretary & Treasurer
Theo. 0. Porter Auditor
Commission . Agents.
A0K5TB OF TUB
Oceanic Steamship Conip'y
Of San Frnnolftco. Cnl.
rKLBPIIONE 607. I. 0 Box 32L
128 & ISO Fort Street.
BlacksmithiDg in all Its Branches
Orders front the other Islands In Building,
Trimming, Painting, Etc., Etc.,
promptly attended to.
W W. WRIGHT, Proprietor.
(Successor to G. West).
Metropolitan Meat Go.
81 KING BTUEET.
G. J. WA1LKR, MXNArJKR.
Retail . . .
A family HT.ot.ol.
T. XBOUSE, ... prop.
Per Day ? 2.00
Per Week , 12.00
BPK01AL MONTHLY HATES.
'Cue Best of Attendance, the Best Situation
and ytf.L u..U pu
Wl MM 00.
WESTERN SUGAR REFINING CO.,
San Francisco, Cal.
BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS..
Philadelphia, Ponn., U 8. A.
NEWELL UNIVER8AL MILL CO.,
(Monf. "National Cane Shredder''
New York, U. B. A.
N. OHLANDT.& CO.,
Ban Francisco, Cal.
RIHDON IRON & LOCOMOTIVE
Ban Francisco, Cal.
Corner King and Alakea Streets,
HONOLULU, H. I.
Mrs. A. S0HMEDEN, Proprietress.
Kooms Ensuite and Single, with
Board, from $5 50 per week, according
to requirements of tbo guests,
with Hot and Cold Baths.
The only Promenade Roof Garden
in the city. GEO, OAVENAGH,
5gg Telephone : : : 654
W. H. RICKARD,
General Business Agent
WILL ATTEND TO
Conveyancing in All Its Branches
Collecting and All Business
Blatters of Trust.
All businesK entrusted to him will receive
prompt and careful uttentiou.
OIlloB. Hnnnknn. Hitnifikiin, Hnwntl.
notified that nil t ubsTiptlons ore
strictly in advance by the month
quarter or year.
F. .1. TESTA,
SAMUEL J. MAODONALD.
Counsellor at Law.
201 Merchant Street (one door from
Honolulu, H. I. tf.
WILCOX & SOBRBRO,
Real Estate and General Business
Agents, Also urveyobs,
Offl'co lYx Konia Streot, Honolulu.
R. N. BOYD,
Surveyor and Real Estate Aoent.
Office: Botbol Street, over tho New
230 Model Restaurant. ly
Plumbing, Tin, Copper and ' Sheet
King Street, Honolulu.
Knahumanu Btreet, Honolulu,
HAWAIIAN WINE CO
Frank Brown; Manager,
ALLEN to ROBINSON,
Dealers in Lumber and Coal and
Building Materials or
Onaan Rtrt Wnnolnlfl
A Capital ItiiCD Among the Second
Class Yachts Brings tho Pokii
In ua Winner.
The yachts of tho Bocond olass
which, on account of tho wind
were debarred 'from trying
conclusions on Regatta day last,
were ordered to be at tho imaginary
lino in tho harbor at 1:30 p. ui.
Thursday aftoruoon. A fow minutes
before tho hour, Starter O. B, Wilson
fired tho assembly bomb, aud
tho Abbie M., sailod by H. M. Dow,
Pokil, sailed by Henry Williams;
tho newly imported Olytio, sailed by
Thomas Hobron; the U.S. Bennington
yawl, sailed by Lieut. Dale, and
the Combination, by E. S. Chapin,
spread their whito wings preparatory
to outward flight. Boforo the
starting signal was givon it was interesting
to watch tho movomonts
ot the Olytie, Combination aud Pokii
in attempts to take advantage of
tho ubiquitous wind in the flying
start. Tho signal being givon, tho
Clytie was caught in a box tho Bennington
passing tho line first, the
Combination jibing aud passing the
lino a few seconds after tho Clytie,
Pokii and Abbiu M. being bunched.
The Bennington flew out before the
fair wind iu the channel, reaching
and hauling up at tho Bell buoy
first, followed some minutes later by
the Combination. At this point the
Pokii and Clytie were showiug their
"clawing in the wind" qualitios, although,
much to tho surprise of the
onlookers, tho Pokii easily
the Olytio when both wero "hauled
up" on the turn to tho Ball buoy.
The Bennington was leading but
well to leeward aud tho Abbie M.
wau following in tho man-of-war
boat's wake. Tho Combination
pulled well onough for windward
position to weather the stake-boat
off Waikiki, the Clytie, Bennington,
and Abbie M. making errors or being
carelessly sailed woro all compelled
to maka inshore tacks to
roach that point. The Waikiki
boat was turned by the Pokii, she
leading by about four minutes, tho
Clytie second, and the Combination
third. Tho Abbie M. and Bennington
followed later. In the run home
the breeze which had been quite
fresh to this time became rnoro fitful
and tho spinnakers and light
kites swung to tho breeze by the
Bonnigton and Abbie M. made
them overhaul tho leaders quickly.
An accident prevented the Combination's
spinnaker being used and a
cry for assistance by a youngster in
tho "Rose" causod the boat to run
off her course for several miuutes
until it was learned that tho "kid"
wanted a bailer but did not like to
use his hat. At tbo home-stake boat
the Pnkii turned first the others following
thus: Olytie, Bennington,
Abbie M., and Combination. Coming
in the channel the Pokii lost
several seconds by the wind swinging
more to the northward, causing
a run across to hold her place. On
her reach baok again on the port
tack tbo wind swung around again
to tho eastward and the captain had
a clean slant in to the lighthouse,
which he duly took necessary advantage
of; the Clytie, being a olose
competitor for like favor. Tho Bennington
met baffling winds, as did
also tbo 'Combination, on entering
the channol, while tho Abbie M. had
luck with her and reached from tho
Spar to the lighthouse with only
one tack. The Pokii arrived home
first in 1:31:51, the Olytio second in
1:44:10, Abbie M. third in 1:52:10,
Bennington fourth in 2:06:32, and
the Combination in 1:59:05, Time
allowanco is duo to tho Combination
from all of tho other boats.
Tho first part of tho raco was sailed
in good racing weather a fresh
breezo blowing and enough of the
roll of old ocean to make it exciting
at tho orratio plunges of the
littlo orafts. No fairer race could
possibly be sailed, and as the contestants
passod eaoh other several
times en route tho jolly badinige
proved that none wore sore oven if
sorry at not being tho winner. President
Dole with a party sailod tho
yacht Bonnio Duudee oyer tho
courso and was heard to express
that the same wind had not
favored tho first-class yachts on
Fishtail furna for 6aJo in quantities
Subaoribo for The Independent, CO
cents per month.
A nice front room is for rout at
No. 5) Garden Lnno.
Join our Suit Club, $1 per week
Medoiros & Decker. Hotel street. '
Childrens trimmed hats are still
eelling for HO cents at N. S. Sachi.
For Drapory Silks, down pillows
and art tricking, go to N. S. Sauhs. '
A lady, who is an accomplished
teacher of music, desires to give
lessons to a fow pupils at their
homo, at 50 cents n lesson, Address,
tho editor of The Independent. '
Thero is only one placo where tho
proper drink can bo obtained when
loyal Americans celebrate, "Annexation"
and the Fourth of July.
Pomerj Sec. and Gold Lac, are tho
special brands of Champagne served
by tho Royal Anuox. Como on, you
annexationists, and lot tiie corks fly,
and the wine flow.
Ono ounce of provontion is bottor
than ten ounces of cure.
boasts of infallible remedies
against the varioloid. Wielnud beer
on draft beats .vaccination, and
Doctor Oharlio Andrew presidoaovor
tho finest stock of 'remedies" that
can bo found in town. All for
purposes and cash. '
Paddy Rvau is now assisted by
popular William Carlisle at the Anchor
Saloon, where Seattle Beer is
always on draught aud other stimulants
furnished. Pointers on all
sporting events can be hnd, free of
charge from tho athletic manager of
Tho Favorite has become the
favorito resort in town. W. M.
carries an excellent stock
of liquors and beers. Attention is
called to certain brands which will
be of special" value to sportsmen
during the game season, as they
cause a steady aim and straight
Buffalo Beor has proved its immense
popularity at the lioyal, Pacific
and Cosmopolitan Saloons. Tho
celebrated Pabst is also rotained
there in draft or in bottle. Tho interchangeable
check system that has
proved such a convenience to tho
patrons of these popular resorts is
also in vogue. .
FOUND TIIE NORTH POLS.
Tho telegrams punlUUed Friday announcing
the discovery of the .North
Pole by Dr. Frlthjof Nanscu created
considerable surprise. It seems funny
that Dr. Nansen should care to rlslc
so much to find the North Pole, when
he can get Rainier Beer, which Is certainly
more practical than the North
Pole, by coming to Honolulu. Phono
PHOTOGRAPH CO., Ltd., Is open for
businom Portraits of every description
upon tho best Papors, Platinnm, Iridium,
Mezzo-tin i. Carbou, and all other papers
known in Photography. Best work guaranteed
at moderate prices.
CABINETS from SIX DOLLARS per
Dozen. Pictures made Life Size direct.
Appointments inado by Telophone 492.
Solo proprietors of tho Bus-Relief and
Iridium 1'rocessos. Largo collection of
Specimens can bo seen On tho ground
floor. MOTT-SMITH BUILDING,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts.
IS PREPARED TO
Manufacture and Repair
All kinds of Jewelry,
WW T.mrh TlniMlne. Fort Rr. If
The Pioneer Bakery
Bread, Plos, Cakes of all kinds, frosh
Fresh Ice Cream made of iho Best Wood-lawn
Cream in all Flavors.
Tho Flaost Home-made Confectionery,
Horse or Dog
Call on A. R. ROW AT, D. V. B.
600 Stable., tf
WHEW 011 GET OUT INTO
wo can bo with you. Tho memory of a
wolhstocked larder in your camp will help
the enjoyment of tho soenory picturesque
or majestic, as it appeals to the oyn. The
climate genial, brclng, rejuvenating
will be oldod by good Rrocorles. Whatever
you do rusticating, huu'lng, fishing, riding,
boating, whcollng, mountain climbing
or In vulely ropoclng our goods aro the
hOBt and nocessnry accompaniments.
The season for this sun of thought and
action i upon us. All the world, takes an
outing onco a y oar-it It doesn't, it oueht
o. vvhilo making up your mind where
you will go, put these places boforo your
Makawao, Hnnn, Kula, Kulmlul,
ON KAUAI Hanalei.Hauapepo, Llbnc,
Koloa, Walmoa, Nawillwill and
ON HAWAII Kllauea nnd
tho rainy rity. Kariapalit,
Bay anit Dr. Lludley's Sanitarium,
Walpio, Kohala, Puna, Kona,
ON OAH II Waikiki, Tantalus,
Olympus or Louhl Makapuu and
Moknpn, waianao, Pearl Harbor, Jtemoud
Grovo, Moiinalua and Alanoa.
Tho Islands of Lanai, Molokai,
HAS THEM ALL
Telephono 210. Freo dehvory twice daily
S. I. SHAW, Proprietor.
Corner King and Nunann Stroetn,
BB- TELKPHONH 491. -
Corner Nuuann and Hotel Sta.
Ohaiiles W. Andbews - - Manager.
CiloicB Wines, Lipors, aihs
HALF-AND-HALF ON DRAUGHT.
Wieland Beer on Draught
NOW ON TAP.
Ralnior in Bottles.
Bruce Waring & Co;,
Real Estate Dealers.
503 Fort St., near King.
house8 and lots, and
lands -For Sale
Parties wishinc to dlsnoso of thair
PropftrtleR. urn Invltari t mil on n.
Tho above delicnoy can now be
procured in such quantities an required
upon leaving orders with
H. E. Mcintyre & Bro.
Has removed his Plumbing Business from
j King street to the premises on
Formerly oooapled by"Wovin