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A new lot of tlio Finest
Autohtirps, Guitars, Vlollno, Etc.
AIbo a now involoo of the Celebrated .
Specially manufactured for tho tropical
ollmate, second to llono,
MOltB THAN 100 OP THEM BOLD
On tho Hawaiian Islands during the laBt
ALWAYS ON HAND A OOMPLETB
Also tho choicest European and American
Beers, Ale, Wines & Liquors
AT MOST JIKASONABLK FHtOES.
Ed. HOFFSOHLAEGER & CO.,
Corner King & Bethel Streets.
321 & 323 King Street.
The Leading . .
. AM. MATKBIALB ON HAND .
.VIII furnish everything outside steam
boats and boilers. '
Horse Shoeing a Speoialty.
Sk- TKLTCPHONK 572.
I m VPHONK 607. P. 0 Box 32L
128 fc ISO Fort Street.
Orders from the other IslandB In Building,
Trimming, Painting, Etc., Etc,
promptly attended to.
W. W. WRIGHT, Proprietor.
(Successor to O. West).
Metropolitan Meat Go.
.1 81 KING BTREET.
yJ. Wauih, - - Mahaobb.'
Retail . . .
The above delicacy jan now be
procured in Biich quantities aa required
upon leaving orders with
H. E. Mclntyre A Bro.
A actwilly Hotel.
T. KBOU0E, - - - Prop.
Per Day T 2.00
8PK01AL MONTHLY RATES,
flip Heat of Attendance, the Best Situation
, itjkdLl .J..'
WM Mill J UM ,(V M JU.
WESTERN SUOAR REPINING CO.,
San Francisco, On!.
BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS.,
Philadelphia, I'eun., U. 8. A.
NEWELL UNIVER8AL MILL CO.,
(Manf. "National Cane Shredder'1).
Now York, TJ. S. A.
N. OHLANDT & CO.,
San Francisco, Cnl.
RI8DON IRON & LOCOMOTIVE
San Francisco, Cnl.
Win. fi. Irwin & Co.
Win. G. Iiwln Presldent& Manager
Clans Sprockets Vice-President
W. M. GllTard Secretary & Treasurer
Ihco. O. Porter Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Coinp'y
Of Ran Frnno.lww. Oftl.
W. H. RIOKARD,
General Business Agent
WILL ATTEND TO
Conveyancing in All Its Branches
Collecting and 'AH Business
Hatters of Trust.
All bnalness entrusted to him will receive
prompt and careful attontlon.
Office, Hnnnkaa, Harrmkna. Hawaii.
LONG BRANCH BATHS
WAIKIKI BEACH, Honolulu, H. I.
C. J. SHERWOOD, Proprietor.
There earth and air, and tea and sky,
With breaker's song, give lullaby.
King Street Tram-Cars pass tho door.
Ladles and chjldren specially earns for.
SAMUEL J. MAODONALD.
Counsellor at Law.
201 Merchant Street (.one door from
655 Honolulu, H. I. tf.
WILCOX & SOBRERO,
Real Estate and General Business
Agents, Also Sdbvevors.
Office 1i Konla Street, Honolulu.
R. N. BOYD,
Surveyor and Real Estate Agent.
Office: Bethel Street, over tho New
230 Model Restaurant. iy
Plumbinq, Tin, CorpEit and Sheet
King Street, Honolulu.
Kauhumanu Street, Honolulu.
HAWAIIAN WINE CO
Fjunk Brown, Manager.
til an1 n Mr.rnl.ont Ht-o(. Uoxnlnln R. T
ALLEN St. ROBINSON,
Dealehs in Lumber and Goal and
Building Mathiiials of
r)ftM Ht.fl. Tfr)noir'ln
A , -T ", J-""
A Minuto From tho Past,
Ed. The Independent:
Iu looking over somu momoranda
made some 25 yearn ago I found
sotno recorded points of a conversation
had in Chicago with a gentle-man
who has since rnado his namo
internationally known as a great
statesman, and one especially prominent
in his knowledge by personal
observation of tho governments of
tho leading nations of tho world.
The topio was the United States and
its future, and curiously ouough it
touched somewhat upon tho Sandwich
Islands, His opinion thon was
that tho United States possessed
within its own borders the seeds of
its own disintegration, and among
these "seoda" he enumerated labor,
religious and socialistic troubles;
the vast aiea and unwioldliness of
tho territory to bo controlled and
adminstered by a central government
situated in a hole and corner,
an it were, , of that country, with the
divers and often conflicting interests
of States widely differing in climatic
and radical conditions; tho immense
cumulative power of wealth in the
hands of trusts and corporations,
then only in their infancy, and the
increasing lust of power and luxurious
display which in timo would
load to tho desire and paraphernalia
of war and conquest with their
ambitions and disappointments
and necessarily in timo not
only to the attempted absorption of
the whole of the American continent
but gradually by tho annexation
of Hawaii, Samoa, Tahiti and
the other islands of tho Pacific, to
an attempted domination of tho
Oriont by tho power of wealth and
commsreo in the first instance applied
to China and Japan. In those
struggles for power sho might in tho
confliots which would necessarily
arise between herself and Europoan
powers bo aided by the colossus of
the North for a time, but then even
if sho successfully passed through
theso terrible struggles, would come
the hour when with corruption and
trouble rampant at home she would
be brought to terms and collapso
like a punotured bubble by her
formally who would become tho
world's ruler. Europe would somn
day, ho thought, fear the United
States as too strong a power to
attack unless she broke through her
sea-coast linos and' entered upon the
old world's policy of colonization, in
which, event she would bo materially
woaken herself that sho nood no
longer bo feared. Europe, ho
thought, would never ask for the
Sandwich Islands so long as they
were independently and properly
governed in pursuance of the Articles
of 1813; but after they had
once become a colony or possession
of the United States then they must
follow tho fate of all colonial or
outlying possessions and be controlled
by the power that could obtain
and hold them. Fenian.
Ed. Tue Independent:
"Really some of the comments
upon the future of thoso Islands
after annexation are moBt amusing.
According to theso writers one
would belieyn that the United Staten
bred anarchy and every form of
evil, Those misguided Americans
who still cling to the royalist cause
must be very much pleased to see
the United States thus described.
A courso of Emerson, Washington
Trying, Howels, Mahan, Longfellow
and other shining lights in many
styles, will clear away tho cobwebs
of prejudice," etc. Thus again wails
the muoli befogged Star. During
the timo those honored men graced
the land of Uncle Sam, whore wore
tho thousands upon thousands of
lawless tramps that are now scattered
broadcast through every State iu
tho Union, as they are at present?
And has not "anarchy" for somotimo
past, boon' growing in the United
StatosT Who) caused tho great riot
iu Chicago somo few years ago but
Anarchist's? What was Coxey's
army, was it n band of Saints? And
again, during tho lives of Euiorson,
Washington Irving, otc, was Uioro
suoh a thing known as a rotten
"Vr" T F - ' T,,yTTlTWT'n,',
United States sugar trust Ssnnte, an
there is todaj? And furthermore,
during the lives of tho above
men, was there over suoh a (lis
graceful scene as the last closing of
Congress, with it turned into a
brothel by drunken Senators and
fast women, with two damnable rascally
old Senators, debaunhiug a
beautiful young maiden of sixteen
years with whiskey, as exposed by
the Now York Herald? And again,
is it not a disgrace to eleot a man to
fill tho presidential chair, who can
bo controlled by an unscrupulous
Mark Hauna? I defy tho Star or
any of its friends, to point out in
years gone by, or at present, a more
disgraceful rotten state of affairs,
than is tho political policy of tho
United States this very day. In tho
years of Emerson, Washington
Irving, etc, such characters as John
.L. Stevens, and Captain Wiltse,
would have been hung to a lamp
post without ceremony. But in thoso
years .of our Lord, tho almighty
dollar rules, with character at a discount.
Tho Star closes its harauguo
thus: "Wo had strings of adventurers
ouough under the monarchy."
I again defy tho Star to point out
one singlo adventuror during long
years under the monarchy, outside
of the Star and its connections.
"Through tatterod clothes small
vices do appear
Robes and furred gowns hide all.
Plato sin with gold,
And the strong lance of justice hurt-loss
Arm it iu rags; a pigmy's straw doth
Killed by the Pin Sho Swallowed.
Roso Lynch, f6 years old, a housemaid,
swallowed a brass pin on July
12. She was taken to Bellevue Hospital,
where sho died C weeks afterwards.
The pin psrforated the intestines
and caused ulcer of tho
stomach and abscess of the liver.
For genuine bargains go to N. S.
Unbleached Cotton, 25 yards for
$1 at N. S. Saqhs. '
Eighteen pioces of the best Gingham
for SI at baehs.
Subscribe for Tub Independent, 50
cents per month.
White Cotton, full yard wide, 16
yards for $1 at N. S. Saohs.
Fishtail ferns for salo in quantities
to suit, apply this oflieo.
Join our Suit Club, SI per week
Medoiros & Decker. Hotel street.
"Doppelbrau," on draft is tho
finest beer in towu. It is on tap at
the Royal Saloon, and is pronounced
a very healthy and refreshing tonic
by all conoiBseurs.
A lady, who is an accomplished
teacher of music, desires to give
lessons to a few pupils at their
home, at 50 cents a lesson. Address,
tho editor of Tue Independent.
Tho favorite beverage of the nobility
is'Androw Usher's whiBkv and
Schweppo's famous soda. Tho Royal
Annex, always up to date, is now
responding to the frequent calls for
"U. & S "
Paddy Ryan is now assisted by
popular William Carlisle at the Anchor
Saloon, where Seattle Beer is
always on draught and other stimulants
furnished. Pointers on all
sporting events can be had, free of
charge from tho athletic manager of
Tho football season will open soon.
Tho players are having their hair
"elongated" and are getting in
trim. For new points on how
to twist and twirl the ball, call at tho
Pacific Saloon, where tho latest in
sports and in fine "brands"' are always
available to customers.
Tho Favorite has become tho
favorite resort in town. W. M.
carries an oxcollent stock
of liquors and beers. Attohtiou is
culled to certain brands which will
bo of spouial value to sportsmen
during tho game season, as they
cause a stoady aim and straight
From casks rotund, the mellow brow
Of Pabst springs perfect to tho
For nature suro and science true,
Conspire to brow it right.
Tho Royal and Paoifio too,
Supply this porfect gem.
Tho Cosmopolitan is not behind
With checks which change with
Why peoplo come Jong distances to buy ot
REASON 1- ltooBiimono customer tolls
another how much they have savoi by
this live and let II, u
ItKABON tho' saving from
their grocery bill helpi thorn to pay tho '
If you don't btiliovo what our customor
Bay just glvo us a call and bo convinced.
KCEty and. ca-rain
TEL. 7V. Opposite Hallway Dnpnt.
B. I. SHAW, Proprietor.
Corner King ami Nnnanu Streets.
Bruce faring & Co.,
Real Estate Dealers.
C03 Fort St., near King.
houses and lots, and
lands For sale
Parties wlshttic to dlsnoss of their
prnrrtlpn. urn InvUail in rail on nx.
(LATE 11. MCIITIQ.)
No. 22, Berelnnla Street, near Fort,'
Is prepared to do First-class Photographic
work In tho Latest S'yles with
Nentness nnd Dispatch. Tho only ground
llnor An Gtllory and Studio on tho
Correct Llkonoss and Good Views
Nono but experienced Hawaiian Artists
Employed, and no Orientals.
KUPIHKA it McOANDLESS.
IS PREPARED TO
Manufacture and Repair
All kinds of Jewelry.
ROO Tv. RnlMlnir. Fort HI. tf '
The Pioneer Bakery
Broad, PIcb, Cakes of all kinds, fresh
Fresh Ice Crtam mado of tho Best, Wood-lawn
Cream iu all Flavors.
The Finest Home-made Confectioner;,
IF YOUR. .MCSXZXKAftk.
Horse or Dog
Call on A. It. ROWAT, D V. H.
WW Ofllc" flint, FUnhlnu tf
Has removed lila Plumbing Business from
King street to the premises on
Fnrmnrly occupied hr "Wn?i
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quarter or year.
V, J. TESTA,