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title: 'The Independent. (Honolulu, H.I.) 1895-1905, November 20, 1897, Image 4',
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A new lot of tliu Finest
Musical Insti umeois.
Autoharps, Qullurn, Violins, Ktc.
Also a new Invoice of the Celebrated
Specially manufactured for tho tropical
cllmnto, scooncl to none,
MOKE THAN 100 OF THEM BOLD
On tho Hawaiian Islands during tho last
ALWAYS ON HAND A COMPLETE
Also the choicest European and American
Beers, Ale, Wines & Liquors
AT MOST RKA80NAM.B MUCKS.
Kn HOFFSOHLAEGER & CO.,
Comer King Bethel Btreets.
T. B. HURRAY
:M A 323 King Street.
I Iip lauding
Th agon &?anui&ctarar.
. ALT. MATERIALS OH HAND . .
i tarnish everything outside steam
boats and boilers.
(. Shoeing a Specialty.
mionk f!07. 1'. 0 Rox :1.
'2i A 1X0 Fort Btreet.
:KsniUtiiug in all Ua Branclies
'rom tho oihtr Islands In Building,
Painting, Etc., Etc.,
promptly attonded to.
w. W WRIGHT, Proprietor.
BncnfiHBor'to G. West).
Metropolitan Meat flo.
81 KING BTREET.
i. .1. Wallkb, - Mahauer.
Uetall . . .
The above ,.ii uow bo
procured in such qualities a?
upon leaving orders with
H. E. Mclulvre fi Bro.
?HE "A u. vxttri
T. ICltOUBE, - - - ITop.
Per Day '-'.OO .
dl'KUiAL MONTHLY RATK9
I'lie If"! of AttnndnHce, the liHfc Stnuiii"
n -p rxvg -T-
mc PIN 4 DO.
WESTERN SUGAR REFINING CO.,
San Francisco, Oal.
BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORK8.,
Philadelphia, Ponn., U 8. A.
NEWELL UNIVERSAli MILJj CO,
(Manf. "Notional Cane Shredder").
New York, U. 8. A.
N. OHLANDT & CO.,
San Frauclsco, Cal.
R1BDON IRON & LOCOMOTIVE
San Francisco, Cal.
G. Irwin & Co.
Win. U. liwin President it Manager
W. M. Gilftird Secretary & Treasurer
flieo. 0. Porter Auditor
AOICNTB OF TUB
Oceanic Steamship Gomp'y
Of Ran KYnnnUfn. fiftl.
W. II. RICHARD,
General Business Agent
WILL ATTEND TO
Cotvoyaucing in All Its Branches
flollocting and All Businoss
Mattors of Trust.
All business entrusted to him will receive
prompt and careful attention.
Olllon, Hminknn. Hnmnkua, Mnwalt.
LONG BRANCH BATQS
WAIKIKI REACH, Honolulu, H. I.
0. J. SHERWOOD, Pioprietor.
There earth and air, and tea and sky,
With breaker's song, give lullaby.
King Street Tram-Cars pass tho door.
Lndioi and children specially earns (or.
SAMUEL J. MAODONALD.
Counsellor at Law.
201 Merchant Street (one door from
655 Honolulu, H. I. tf.
WILOOX & SOBEBRO,
Real Estate and General Business'
Agents, Also Surveyors.
OUlco Vi Konla Btreot, Honolulu.
R. N. BOYD,
Surveyor and Real Estate Agent.
Office: Uothol Street, over the New
230 Modol Restaurant. iy
Plumbing, Tin, Copper and Sheet
King Btreet, Honolulu.
1 '" ' - ! I I
Kaahumanu Btreet, Honolulu.
HAWAIIAN WINE CO
Prank Brown, Manager.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
Duai.kqs in Lumber and Coal and
RniLDiNO Materials of
; inr C0( ffninlli
SUGAR FROM HAWAII.
Oontrnct of Icland Planters With
tho California Roflnnries Will
Expiro Next January.
New York, Nov. 8. Referring to
advices from Honolulu whioh state
that Hawaiian sugar planters have
Bold 80,000 tons of tho crop of 18U8
in New York, a director of the
American Sugar Rofining Company
eoid to day:
"It is true that tho Hawaiian
planters' contract with the California
refiners expires on January 1st
next and will not bo ronowod. In
view of tho dovelopmont of this industry
on the Paoifio Coast, California
reliuora deolino to renew tho
"They havo contracted for a
quantity of raw sugar to supply
the needs of the Pacific Coast.
Hawaiian planters havo accordingly
contracted with parlies in New York
for tho sale of a part of tho
of the crop."
"Are Amorioan (Trust) Refining
Company tho parties referred tot1'
"It is said they are not. The
American Sugar Refining Company
is interested with Mr. Sprockles in
tho Westorn (California) Sugar Re-Guing
Company. Next year's Hawaiian
crop of raw sugar will probably
be about 250,000 tons, of about
12 percent of the total consumption
of this country.
"Now mark this, all Hawaiian
sugar comes into this country froo
of duty, which on the total importation
of 250,000 tons is equivalent to
a gift to Hawaiian planters under
the presont tariff law of some
$10,000,000 or $12 000 000."
Tho Labor Unions on Annexation,
The Call is making a vigorous
fight against Hawaiian annexation,
and has now put its finger upon tho
sensitive spot. It is the labor question.
The labor unions are by no
means disposed to believe that the
annexation of Hawaii is a good
thing for while labor. They do not
believe that Labor Commissioner
Fitzgerald was telling the truth
when he said that white men could
work on the sugar-cane fields of Hawaii
under a tropical sun. They
ou the contrary, that the cane-fields
of Hawaii must be worked by
Asiatic 'labor, and that its cano
sugar will come to California to
compete with the beet sugar produced
by white labor. They also
believo that many of the Asiatic,
laborers at tho islands will drift
hero in case of annexation. Such
being tho oaso, the labor unions aro
already beginning to talto official
action against annexation.
Tho other metropolitan dailios,
for reasons of their own, aro suppressing
those facts. The Call is
printing them. We would like to
make this friendly suggestion to the
Call. Inasmuch as the motives of
tho othor dailies in advocating annexation
are more than suspected to
be interested motives, and as it is
believed that the island syndicate is
spending money lavishly for newspaper
space, why would it not be
well for the Call to bring these facts
before tho labor unions? There in
uothing'that a daily paper fears so
much as running up against organized
labor. The amount of business
in circulation and advertising,
which can be lost to a daily by an
organized movement on tho part of-labor
is somothing calculated to
terrify a daily newspaper proprietor,
The Call is not only working against
annexation but it is working for increased
circulation. It is making a
vigorous circulation fight against
its contemporaries. Wo would like
to point out 'to 'the Call that it
might help its fight both ways by
pointing out to tho forcos of organized
labor that those annexation
journals which purport to be their
friends aro roally treachorous enemies.
Under cortain conditions, a
nod is as good as a wink. Arponaut,
Ring up 811, if you havo anything
to say to The Independent.
Tho genial bartonder, Bob Gardiner
of tho Empire, is reported as
"going bank" to Kahului, This is
decidedly a gaiu to Maui, and a loss
to Honolulu whore Robort has
made himsolf extremely popular and
NO CHOLERA HERE..
Tho physicians say thcro is little
dnngcr of cholera ever appearing in
Honolulu, on account of climatic conditions,
nr.tl particularly on nccount
of the purity of tho most populnr beverage
used tho oclebratcd Rainier
Ilccr. This beer is pronounced by experts
us the most healthful beverage
sold. On tnp or In bottlo nt tho Criterion
Saloon. Phone 783.
Ladies Drawer?, exceptional value
for 50 cents, nt Sachs.
Join our Suit Chib, $1 por woek
Modeiros & Deoker. Hotel street.
Extraordinary bargains in Ladies
Muslin Underwear this week atN.S.
Ladies Shirts for 50 cents. Tho
$1 Night Gown is a wondor nt N. S.
Rough weather and plenty t of
rain is reported from the Hamakua
district. . -
LadieB night gowns, well made,
good cotton, for 50 cents, Ladies
Chemises 3 for $1 this week at
"Doppelbrau," on draft is tho
finest beer in town. It is on tap at
tho Royal Saloon, and is pronounced
a very healthy and refreshing tonic
by all couoissours,
It don't pay to make undorwear
when you can buv it so ohoip, tho
Undorwear that N S. Sachs is selling,
is specially made for him, and
overy garment is guaranteed.
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 Trie Independent. '
Tho favorite beverage of tho nobility
is Andrew Usher's whisky and
Schwoppe's famous soda. Tho Royal
Annex, always up to date, is now
responding to tho 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 aud other
furnished. Poiuters on all
sporting evonts can be had, free of
charge from tho athletic manager of
Tho Favorite has become the
favorite resort in town. W. M.
carries an excellent stock
of liquors aud 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
From casks rotund, tho mellow brew
Of Pabst springs, perfect to tho
For nature sure and science true,
Conspire to brew it right.
The Royal and Pacific too,
Supply this perfect gem.
Tho Cosmopolitan is not behind
With checks whioh change with
J. T. LUND,
General Repair Shop
Fort Stfeet, opp. Club Stables.
Worn-out Parts Renewed
Guns and Locks Repaired
Doing u I'raot'oal Machinist, All Work
709 Guaranteed. tf
Reduction In Prices
Having dotormined to not only
meet the Groat Cut in PriceB that is
uow taking place among tho Grocers
of this City, but to go them ouo
bettor, wo invite the attention of
Housekeepers to got Our Quotations
and inspect Our Stock of
Fancy and Staple
We mean businoss and will as wo
have always boon, be not only tho
BEST, BUT THE CHEAPEST
Grocers iu tho City,
HAS THEM ALL
Telophono 210. Free delivery twice dully
Why people come Iihik dlnlunces to buy at
REABON 1 HccaiiM) one customer tells
another how much tlioy havo bovoo by
dealing at this livo and let lire
REASON tho saving from
their grocery bill hips them to pay the
house rent. '
If you don't baliovo whot our customer
say fust givo us a call and bo convinced.
KCa.y and Grain
TEl,. 7V. Opposite Railway Depot.
Merc I ants Exclia
B. I. 8HAW, Proprietor.
Cornor King atiu Nuuunu Hi reels.
W- TEfiKPHONK m.
Brace Waring St Co.,
Real Estate Dealers,
503 Fort Bt., near King.
Houses and Lots, and
Lands For sale
V Parties wishing to dispose of their
PrnrwrHo". lnvlpI till on .
HAWAII IMILOA .
(LATB II. LICHTIG.)
No. '1, Beroianla Street, near Fort,
Is prepared to do First-class Photographic
work in tho Latest Styles with
Neatness nnd Dispatch. Tho only ground
floor Art Grtllory and Studio on the
Correct Likeness and Good Views
Nono but experienced Hawaiian Artiste
Employed, and no Oriontals.
KUPIHEA & McOANDLESB.
IS PREPARED TO
Manufacture and Repair
All kinds of Jewelry.
FIRST-CLASS WOEK ONLY.
RAQ Tiv ttnllillne. Vnrt Rl tf
riie Pioneer Bakery
Bread, Pies, Cakes of all kinds, fresh
Frosh Ice 0um made of tho Best Wood-lawn
Cream In all Flavors.
Ibe Finest Confectionery,.
Has remold IiIb Plumbing BuBinesb from
King street to the premises, on ,
Kormnrly occupied by"" '""n
u hlfift '.