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THE INDEPENDENT
BVKUY AFTERNOON
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At Brito Ztull Kuala Btroet
TELEPHONE 841 rtt
P O BOX 81
jr J XESXA Proprietor and Pub-
llahor
EDMUIfD NOBBIE Editor
W HOBAOB WBIGHT Assistant
Editor
Hesldlnc in Honolaln
WEDNESDAY OCT 18 1899
TOPICS OF THE DAY
Wo dont know who sprung tlm
Glanders fake on an unsuopoctiiig
Star reporter but wo are in a posi
tion after a careful investigation to
assure the publio that there is no
apidomie of glanders here and that
horses as well as men aro not threat
ened at all with the dread disease
The seusational artiole was proba
bly invented for the purpose of in
juring importers of stonk and to cro
ft te an irien that glanders were tlio re
sult of horses being imported hro
from tho mainland
Wo are pleased to notice that we
have mot with general approval of
tho majority of our leading men and
of the personal friends of the late
Captain King in expressing our oh
jeotiqn to his funeral taking place
from the throne room in the palao
all agree that the late minister
would heartily disapprove of suoh a
plan and all claim that it is simply
due to Minister Coopers laok of
good taste and Minister Mott
Smiths iguoranco of etiquette
which have caused them to make
such a bad break Why not send for
the feather cloaks and tho kahilisand
open tho doors of tho Mausoleum
Poor King would have said if he
had heard of the cabinets intention
to honor him after death God
aave me from my oolleagnes He
has had oocasiou to say that before
Several important documents filed
in the Interior Department and re
lating to the Hawaiian Tramways
Co have mysteriously disappeared
There are proofs however that they
wore on record when the crime of
1898 took place and the arohives of
the offioos wore romovod to tho
Palace How very fortunate for
Royalist officials that the dis
appearance took place under the
virtuous F G and not under tho
corrupt monarchy Under the vir
tuous P Q tho best government
tho world ever saw we lost the
orown jewels- the private swords
and the decorations of King Kala
kaua the diary and private docu
ments of Liliuokalani and finally
important documents on Gle in the
Interior office Only attorneys of
the close Family Compact would
have access to or an interest in ab
stracting or let us be mild borrow
ing the lost documents Could uot
tho memory of one of them bo refresh
ed or is his memory as poor as it was
in 1893 when other documents
were mislaid in his office By the
way was not L A Thurston Minis
tor of the Interior when the docu
ments wont astray
Tho question of who will succeed
the late Captain King in his office
as Minister of the Interior has al
ready been brought up Tub Indb
pendent does not enjoy the confi
dence of the great men who claim
to rule the Islands but wo have
never hesitated in
raking sugges
tions whioh ofter4 have been en
dorsed by public sentiment if not by
tho local admjfligtratton
represent
ing nobody The man who is to fill
the office 0f Minister of Interior
needs brjt to havo aay arJUity or ox
P8riVl0e 08 a politician Ho should
R a man who thoroughly under
stands the routine of tho office and
who will not during his incumbency
plunge the Dole administration into
moro trouble with Washington by
undertaking publio works or sell
ing publio lauds and later on havo
bis notions repudiated by tho great
I bntn in tho WhlU House Ilio
rrtbpr man is Mr J A Ha8Bin j
ho has been chief
years anu oarnea
II
k renii unntva inn
ins and
louisV ofr ho department ninl whlohi
clerk for many
on the routino
work whether Tom Didkdr Harry
hold tho portofolio as mtnislerand
posed as his superior If Mr Dolo
has the powor to appoint a succes
sor to Miuistor King ho cautoakq no
bettor onoioo under ouprosent con
dttlons than Mr Hnssingoraml Mi-
JH Boyd is certainly Competent tp
fill the office of chief olerk of the
department in which ho has served
with honor for over twenty years i
CORRTJSPONDBNOKj
Faro You Well
Ed The Independent
Excuse your humble servant Mr
Editor as tho following from your
paptr sounds so like tho breaking of
the down of truth mid liberty sb
long smothered h re by usurporl
that 1 think it no harm to repeat i
Will it surprise you to learn that it
is not improbable thnl the tenure of
office of President Dole and bis
cabinet is drawing to a close and
that a Governor pro tern ma
shortly bo appointed Tho above
glad tidings again bring to mind the
following from Shakespeare
Time comes stealing 6nvby night
and day j
Tho whirligig of time brings in his
revenue
Fare thee well most foul most fair
farewell
Thou pine iuipioty and impious
purity 1
The snubs that tho family coma
pact rulers of this oligarchy have
lately received from President Mo
Kinley and tttill they cling to offioe
for what there is in it clearly show
the breed of these peculiar birds
who thought that during tho pre
ent unsettled state of affairs thoy
might divido up the lands of Uncle
Sam among their friends without
being caught in thb act Alae liovf
sad I But still how characteristic
of the lambsl Dolce
A Prima Dbnntie liobby
Miss Josephine Stanton of the
Lyrics one of the most soiccessf uj
and prettiest of American prima
donna sopranos like numerous
similar artists who have swepf
through the States on tup Jiigli
wave of popularity has followed
in the footsteps oi her brilliant
operatic sisters by indulging in d
bobby
Sarah Bernhardt used to have a
pug tiger for a pet Fanny Daven
port a cute alligator Lillian Bus
sel her Signor Perrigenui Modjes
ka a boisterous parrot and Mary
Anderson a singularly tempered
pug dog which used to kick up all
sorts of riots with peaceful guests
of hotels about the country
There aro known to be two oij
three young women of the stage
who have gone so far as to have
diamond solitaires imbedded in
their pearly teeth r
Miss Stanton- of the- Boston
Lyric Opera Company however
for novelty and genuine uniquer
ness haB quite outdistanced all
the rest with her three pet turtles
Just why she selected turtles lo
hecome a part and parcel of her
busy life no one seems to know
She may frequently be seen in the
citierin which the BoDton tyrio
Opera Company plays in the
parks with her turtles especially
if the aforesaid parks are fortun
ate enough to possess a body of
water Her turtles are put in har
ness so that to escape from tbir
fair miBtress is impossible The
harness is attached to them by a
curious little bit which the tur
tles hold in its mouth One of
these turtles is -wrapped in a
gaudy blanket on which its name
is outlined in gaily colored ilk
When not promcriading tfidyj are
kept in a Bilk lined hariiper shaped
basket
Of course she jiamed one after
Dewey and anothet Schley and
another Sampson and that they
are worthy namesakes is admitted
from the fact that tho two latter
Iuunotgct along well together
The harness is made of silver
chains with tiny bells that jingle
at every movement
Sale of seats for the opera sea
son commences Monfiay October
23 at Wall Niohola Co
tThe ridloulous ohargo brought
skaitMtttie Hawaiian Tramways Op
for oorfflfept of courtjwasldisinised
iff Perrys fcourt yletorday
The Bapld TratisitOef drfltbot
ecoro in tho first innings
Administrators Notice
WHBBEA8iTHB appointed by tho
Hon J W Kftlun Olroait Judeo of the
CirouitOoart Bocond Judicial irmilt bf
tho Hawaiian Islands on tho 6th anv of
OotoWAD1890 as Administrator ol
tho Estate of his wife Marin Kaao
dccoasedlatoof Ahaino Molpfcal thorc
f oro notico is horeby givn trt all poraons
having claims against said Estate to im
mediately present tho samo duly authen
ticated II any exist to tho nndorslgnod
wlthjn six months from tho date heroof
othorwlso thoyk will bo forever barrod
And all persons lndobted ttfsald Estnto
aro hereby reqtfcstod oi Immediately i ny
tho sumo to thtf undorsignod at hlB resi
dence In Lahalna f i
Administrator of tho Eetato of Maria
Kaao deceased
Lahalna Maul Oct V lSOO
1333 4t oaw
HAWAIIAN
OPERA HOUSE
Mr Clay Clement
Excellent Company
Thursday Night Get 19
The Comedy
A Scrap of Paper
Saturday Matinee October 21
Saturday Night Oct 21
The Two Orphans
Prices evenings 1 50 1 and C0j
Prices mktineef 1 75o and 50c
0F SEATS N6W ON SALE AT
Wall Wlcbols Company
1310 tf
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TKiB3EMNO NOIIOB
rpHlAMNnAb MBBTINa OF THB
I fllraanaloBngarCo will take placo
nt tho offldd of Wm 0 Irwin Co Ltd
on FRTtfATt Ootober 20th at 11 k
H M WHITNEY JU
Honolaln Oct 17 18W Becrotary
1333 3t
NOXIOE
AND ABTBH MONDAY
hi tit rnnpwii win occimv
owofflco on Alakoa Btreot throo doors
ab6TothoMaonioTomplo
OlHce Hours 830 to 10 am i 2 to i and
V to 8 pm Bnndays 880 to 10 am
Telephono 151 Kosldenco adjoluincolllco
1820 lm
BE MOV AIi HOTIOE
M E GEOSBMAN HAB KE
DU moved this offlco to Alakea Btroet
thrco doors abovo Masonic Templo
1320 lm
NOXIOE TO PABSENGrEBS
AND AFTER THIS DATE
FROM may book and soonro
Tickets for Passago by btcamers of tho
IHTHB IBLAHD BTKAM NaVIOATIOS 00 Ltd
at tho Main Office of the Company Queen
Streot up to ono honr provlous to sailing
tlmo of Steamers ator whioh hour TIokois
will bo sold nt tho Wharf Offlco
INTER IBLAND STEAM NAVIGATION
CO Ltd
N E Qbdok Socretary
Honolulu H I Oot 7 1800 132t lm
A
FOB BALE
HOUBE AND LOT ON QUEEN
Btroet in tho Kowalodlstrlot Houso
rocontly
Apply to
l17 tf
WILLIAM SAVIDQE
No SI0 Fort Streot
NOTICE
OHANOE 3N SAILING STEAMER
KINAU
On and after Ootober 17th next
tho Steamer Kinau will sail from
Honolulu on TUESDAYS ot 1 p m
for Kauoakakai lahaina Maalaea
Bay Kihei Makenn Kawaihae Ma
hukona Laupahonhno and Hilo
EeturninB will nail from Hilo on
FRIDAYS at 2 p m for abovo
named port arriving at Honolulu
on Saturdays
Passengers and Freight will bo
taken for Makona Mahukoua Ka
waihae Hilo Hakalau Honomu
Papaikou and Pepeekeo
Paonengora and Packages Only
will be taken for Kaunakakai Laha
ina Maalaea Bay Ethoi and Lau
pahoehoe
WILDERS STEAMSHIP CO Ltd
Honolulu Oct G 1899 1821 tf
DONT
Spend Your Money
ABROAD
Yon Are Making It Here
Wo bog to nnnounoa to tho publio
that wo aro making groat prepara
tions for tho coming Holiday Season
and will havo a largo Btook of Well-
Solectoa uooua irom ino pnuumai
faotorioa of tho world Our buying
is dono by a concern who have had
many years experience in this busi
ness and control tho largoat trado
on tho PnolGo CoaBt Wo promjso
our patrons that many new artlolea
in our lines that will bo shown in
San Franoisco can be found in our
Store Our Btook will comprise
STERLING SILVER
FINE PLATED WARE
HAWAIIAN SOUVENIR SPOONS
New Designs
HAWAIIAN SOUVENIR CHINA
Something New
RICH OUT GLASS
FINE BOHEMIAN GLASS
FRENCH CHINA
GERMAN CHINA
ENGLISH CHINA
FIGURES
BRONZES
ORNAMENTS
JARDINIERES
LAMPS
And Many Novelties
All Goods sent out as presents
will be prepared in a separate de
partment whero thoy will be put up
in the best of style using fine boxes
paper etc
Our Holiday Season will open
about tho middlo of November
whioh will givo our friends on the
other Islands ample opportunity
You will bo able to give moro pre
sents this year bucause our prions
are right
Special care given to mail orders
W DIMOND CO
LIMITED
ICING- STREET
Merchant Street entrance next to
the Postoffice thrbugh our Arcade
THE m Hi
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L B KERRS Queen i
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Will be devoted
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Tt i j h A
PCb the CJearaDce of REM
KAT for this week only
if there are sufficient to last
awepk
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Remnant
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OGAJJfDIES
LAWNS
FIGUEBD SWISS
PEfctJALES
ZBPHBYR
DIMITIES and
OABHMBEBS
mtltVV1kVV1
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Tn Longtlw
Suitable for
Shirt
Waists
Skirts
Childrens
Dresses
Etc Etc
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SHEETINGS Bleached Unbleached
WHITE COTTON of all the Standard
Makes
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EVERY REMNANTS will be SOLD FOR GASH
At

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