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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 81, 1893. SIX PAGES.
A RIDE WITH THE ROAD SUPER
The Makiki Road to be Widened The
Temporary Railroad to the Beach
Very few people are aware of the fact
that there are ninety six miles of public
highways in the district of Honolulu,
and yet such is the truth. In the ten
years preceding the incumbency of the
present Road Supervisor some $1,700,
000 were spent on road work, and al
the end of that period there was little
or nothing to show for it. Since Mr.
Cumminga took charge, some twenty
months since, $102,000 have been
spent and live tunes as much work has
b ten accomplished as in the whole
period preceding, A Star reporter ac
companied the Road Supervisor on his
usual rounds this morning and gained
considerable insight into the amount of
work now going on in his department
There are twelve men employed in
putting in new sidewalks on Spruce
street, where they were badly needed.
The entrance to Vineyard street from
Nuuanu is being widened, another
much needed improvement. Here a
wing-wall is being constructed from
the bridge at an 1 Xprnse of over $400,
one mason and four helpers being em
ployed on the wail, while ttn others are
grading the street, which will be 44
feet wide when the present improve
rnents are completed Messrs. Water
house and Cunha contributed $100
toward the expense of building this
The Iwilei road from the depot,
around the jail and thence out to the
slaughter house, is nearly completed,
only the top dressing being needed
From the slaughter house the road has
also been linished which comes around
the jail on the Waikiki side. In the
neighborhood of the Kamehameha
schools considerable street work is
going on, two gangs of ten prisoners
each being employed, one on the
Kamehameha lane and the other on
the east Kalihi road. Liliha street has
been opened up from Judd to W ilder
street at considerable expense, as part
of the road went through taro patches.
This has all been filled in with rock.
It is noteworthy, not only in this vicin
ity, but in others, that new houses,
fenc s and othei improvements follow
the improvement on the streets. Ala
kea street from Richards to the Es
planade is also being graded and will,
no doubt, he the main avenue to the
Esplanade from the eastern end of the
city. The entire length of Young
street is also being reduced in height
to conform to the present grade.
Twelve men are employed on this
Three separate gangs of prisoners,
eleven in each, are employed on the
Waikiki road, which is to be widened
and macadamized its entire length.
For this purpose two strips of land
have ulready been pun based at an ex
pense of $1800 and the fences set back
already. Five rock culverts over the
waterways have been completed and the
work of tilling in commenced. This
would take months to accomplish by
the slow process of cans, but under
the present arrangements it will be com
pleted by the first of the year by means
of a railroad which is now being con
structed. This road starts from the
gate leading to the Dlmond residence
and passes through the Bishop estate
properly to the beach and thence nearly
to the rear of Sherwood's place. Here
there is a big bank ol sand with
which the Waikiki road is to be filled
in until high enough to receive the
macadam. The track is being con
structed the same width as the street
car track, and it is intended to use the
latter whenever required, an arrange
ment to that effect having been made
with Mr. Payne by which the Street
Department obtains the use of any and
all of the car tracks for one dollar per
dav oer car. A number of new cars
are being constructed at the Govern
ment yard for this purpose and they
will be a decided improvement over the
old ones in that they require noun
loading, the simple act of taking out a
pin doing the business automatically
on either side. This wul save the
labor of one prison gang entirely, which
can be utilized on other work.
Rock for street work is mostly ob
tained from the Kamoilili quarries
where three gangs of prisoners and
twelve - day laborers are employed
Three steam drills are used here in the
process of blasting, while a permanent
rock-breaker crushes the stone into
the required fineness. A temporary
railway runs from the crusher to Bere-
tania street, the cars being loaded by
running them underneath the platform
Alter the work of macadamizing Bere
tania street is completed, which will be
in a short time, only one block remain
ing to be graded, a third rail will be
laid from the street car company s
stable to the quarry, which will permit
of the new cars being used, and from
thence drawn on the car tracks to any
part of the city required, which will
effect an immense saving in the hand
ling of material.
Of the large number of men in lh
employ of the street department, the
majority receive $i per day. UUirry
men and some others are paid $1 2;
while the wages of engineers, luna
etc- . nf course are much hither. 'I he
men are paid monthly instead ot
wee klv. as formerly, All the carls and
cars used by the department are mad
in its own shop, where also all repair
ing, tool sharpening, etc., is done
All supplies needed for the depart
ment. such as lime, cement, powder
steel, etc., are purchased by tender, at
a very jjieal saving over the previous
regime, an instance in point being the
item of giant powder, which now
sts $9 2i per ton, while under the
former supervisor $40 was paid.
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL.
are gaining patronage
The band had its usual practice this
K. C). Hall ft Son's store flies a
blight new American flag.
A good flow of artesian water has
been struc k near Kahului.
This is pay day in the various Gov
ei nnienl departments.
A Stiff breeze from the North has
been blowing this afternoon.
The family of Col. J. H. Soper are
temporarily stopping at the Arlington.
The official calendar of the Novem
her Term of the Circuit Court is out.
There was a large dancing and bath
ing party from this city at Waikiki last
The STAR'S heavy machine ry is being
placed in the new quarters in the Mc-
There was an unimportant meeting
of the Planter s Labor and Supply Com
T. Krouse, of the Arlington, who
has been under the weather some days
past, is about again.
The prevalence of a south wind for
some days past made the usual increase
of sickness in town.
Guardian Davits is bringing his but
ler and valet and will occupy his house
in the Nuuanu valley.
Last night's wind was quite heavy
and many people thought the Miowera
might be damaged by it.
One of the mules on the tramcar
laid down in the road and tried to go
to sleep a few evenings ago.
There are 155 cases for trial at the
coming term of the Circuit Court, fif
teen of which are for divorce.
Three gin smugglers from the Miike
maru were caught by Capt. Fagerroos
of the Custom House yesterday.
The question of President Hole's go
ing to Washington has been under off)
cial consideration and is not yet de
cided. The natives take great delight in see
ing people ride on the top of the double-
decker bus and some of them are trying
it then. , elves.
It is reported that Claus Spreckels
will return here early in the winter with
electrical machinery for use on his
The Myrtle Club has arranged a race
for novices, which will come off next
Saturday and be for a dinner of 'Tommy
Magistrate William Foster has re
signed from the police bench. It is
not likely that this decision on his part
will be overruled.
It is rumored, though the facts are
not at hand, that 3" retired colonel of
the United States army has applied
for military employment here.
'The new quarters of the Brunswick
illiard parlors have been fitted up in
handsome style and will open this
veiling. See ad. in another column.
Members ol the old band complain
that the people who promised to sup-
rt them after they had left the Gov
ernment employ are giving them noth
The Warrimoo brought a number of
Australian plants for J. H. Boyd and
others, and Commissioner Marsden
has been busy looking them over for
The New York Sun reproduces,
among a number ot paragrapns irom
the Star, the account of Lindsay s
hustle for payment for the Spreckels
Hame (w) charged with forsaking
her husband's bed and board, was up
before Judge Robertson this morning,
nit the parlies becoming rec, nciled in
Court, she was discharged.
The Kipahulu Sugar Company has
elected the following officers: J H.
Hackfeld, president; H. F. Glade,
vice-president, E. Suhr, treasurer; L.
B isse, secretary; and O. Unna, auditor.
The Onomea Sugar Co. has elected
the following officers to serve for the
ensuing year: President, J. IS. At tier
ton; vice-president, J. O. Carter
treasurer, G. H. Robertson ; secretary,
E. F. Bishop, and auditor, Geo. P.
The Mayor of Rochester, N. Y.,
writes to a friend in this city: "As
you are probably aware, owing to the
silver question our Congress has not
been able to take up any other meas
ures at this special session. W hen the
question ot annexation is brought
before our Congress, the writer will do
what he can in its favor."
Consul Mills says that iw-MinistVi
Blount aspires to even a higher political
position than that of Governor of
State. If he is looking for an offic e
which depends on the vote of the
American people at large it will depend
verv much upon the nature of that
mysterious report on Hawaiian annexa
lion which he has filed in Washington
'This country wants an American Presi
dent next time .V . OMtUttH.
The Admiral's Farewell.
To-morrow morning al eleven o'cl
Admiral Skerrett will pay his farewell
respects to the Hawaiian Government.
The Provisional troops will turn out
and take part in the ceremonies.
ABOUT THE WARRIMOO.
AS A PAS-
Surprise Over the Miowera No News
of the Latter Made the Pas
senger List Light.
Captain McArthur of the Warrimoo
has arrived, not as captain, but as a
simple cabin passenger, while Captain
R. E. Arundell, the for tner chief officer,
paCSIS the bridge and sits at the head
of the table.
Why Gaptain Mc Arthur was relieved
from duty is a matter of speculation,
and the facts, if they are known to
any one aboard the ship besides Mr.
McArthur, are hard to get at. Some
say that he was relieved and sent out
to take command of a new ship now in
course of construction, and others
shake their heads wisely tind refuse to
divulge the dark secrets with which
they may be burdened.
The brevity of the passenger list
this trip, it was learned through an
officer, is due to the fact that no news
was heard of the Miowera up to the
time of the arnnioo s sailing, and a
large number of passengers previously
booked took fright and cancelled their
Up to the day of the Warrimoo's
sailing, the rSth inst., the only news
respecting the Miowera was to the
effect that up to that date the steamer
had not reached Vancouver. Beyond
this the first definite news of the ves
sel's wheieabouts was learned this
morning when the glasses first told the
officers of the Warrimoo the story of
the wreck, at which it can well be im
agined there was much surprise and a
great deal of conjecture as to how the
Captain Metcalfe boarded the
steamer soon after her arrival and was
closeted with the Captain.
Among the passengers bound for
Vancouver is the New Zealand cham
pion Giaeco-Roman wrestler, who is
going to tour the United States in the
hope of taking a fall out of some of the
The steamer was a day ahead of
There is a rumor afloat this after
noon that Chief Officer Perry of the
Miowera, together with a quartermaster,
a steward and two sailors from the same
vessel are to leave for Vancouver by
tiie Warrimoo tomorrow morning, and
that Mr. Perry is to assume command
of the Warrimoo on reaching that port.
Captain Stott was asked if the rumor was
well grounded, and made a very short
and somewhat gruff reply to the effect
that for the information required! Mr.
Perry would be the best person to see.
Mr. Perry could not be found, but it is
believed that the rumor is at least true
The Warrimoo sails at 8 a. If, to
A MONSTER CHIMNEY.
The New Smoke-stack of the Electric
What will eventually be by long odds
the tallest c himney in Honolulu now
lies on Alakea street ready to be hoisted
in position. It is the steel smoke
stack for the Electric Light works,
ninety feet long and six feet in diame
lei. This monster tube will be hoisted
on a twiiity-foot foundation of brick in
a few days and help form a chimney
110 left high. 1 he brick and cement
loundatlon is already laid, but tune is
being allowed it to thoroughly harden
before placing the immense weight ot
the smoke stack on it. After the latter
is plac ed in position a brick trail, four
inches thick will be built inside it ex
tending c lear to the top. When this is
done it is expected the chimney will be
good for thirty years or more.
Want to Be Vice-Consul.
As a change is to be made in the
position of Vice-Consul at San Fran
cisco, two candidates, Sam Montserrat
and Will Soper are out for the position.
Montserrat was recommended by Con
sul-General Wilder as his personal
choice and the Executive Committee
of the Annexation club endorsed the
candidacy. Mr. Soper's appearance in
the field, backed by Mr. Damon, came
Ferguson Not Here.
Captain Ferguson is no longer at
the sacred and sequestered bower of
Sans Souci. Paul Neumann says he
left for Guatemala three weeks ago.
This will be surprising news to some
who are in the habit of scanning the
outgoing passenger lists and who do
not recollect the name of r erguson
on any of them. Did the gallanl
captain swim away ?
Lower Bus Fares.
Thtl bus iine advertises a reduction
in fares afler November 1st by one-
halt hum roll and Uueen streets to
the terminus of the street car line in
Nuuanu valley. This puts the rate at
22 cents for the ride.
Professor W. T. I)c Witi Alexander,
the Commissioner from the Hawaiian
govern rat nt to assist in pleading the
cause cii annexation, is ,i Hawaiian
Kentucky descent. His lather was a
missionary to the islands from Ken
lucky, aucj Ft lessor Alexander is not
only one of the most scholarly men
those islands have niocun cd, but he is;
man of first rank in scientific attainment
even when compared with the savants
of Europe, Faftikum (Wis.) fitrald.
AMONG THE OFFENDERS.
I To day's Doings in the Honolulu Dis
Wo Sing, the Chinaman who was
partly tried yesterday for attempting to
rescue ihe fa players from the police,
was found not guilty this morning and
A number of cases were put off until
Friday and Saturday and one drunk
was fined $2 and costs.
The Court then took up the case of
II . li and Mrs. E, Keliiinulama, who
are charged with violating section jo,
chapter XIII of the Penal Code,
the defendants being within
the degree ol consanguinity
within which marriage is prohibited,
Defendants pleaded not guilty. Charles
Creighton is associated with the prose
cution in this case and Kaulia appears
for the defense. The defendants are
half brother and sister.
The taking of testimony was con
eluded at the afternoon session, and
the court committed both defendants
for trial at the Circuit Court, with bail
fixed at $250 each.
Judge Ruhertson of the District
Court devoted yesterday afternoon to
clearing off the civil calendar and a
number of cases were disposed of.
Mrs. H. Yon Werthern recovered
judgment aganis; Phil. Braun for $34 S3
on a lull for a silk dress.
Mrs. E, Blown also recovered judg
ment against the same defendant loi
$53 20, balance due on rent.
The case of S.isaoka vs Tanak.i, to
recover $30 money loaned, resulted in
a verdict for plaintiff.
F. H. Red ward obtained a judgment
against Mrs. B Freimann for $89 81
for a bill for carpenter work
In the cases of J. H. Schnack and
J. Emmeluth & Co. against J. J.
Greene and the Hawaiian Gazette Co.,
garnishee, the default of the defendant
At this morning's session the case of
Y. Ah Van vs. Mrs. I. K. Iaukea was
finished, resulting in a verdict for the
Wing Sing Chan obtained judgment
against J. W. Alapai for 28 12 for
CIRCUIT AND PROBATE.
Very Little Business About the Judici
Business in the Circuit and Probate
Courts is decidedly dull this week, the
attorneys being principally occupied in
preparing for the hard work of next
week. Judge Cooper held a .short
session this morning at which a motion
to reopen the case of Medciros vs
Howler on the ground of newly dis
covered evidence was granted.
In the case of Kate Keough vs. Mrs
A. L. UoWsett, and Imutrcy Brown,
uarnishee, die defendant lias tiled
general denial ol the allegations of the
complaint. 'The garnishee makes a
return showing $1 25 60 in his hands
belonging to the defendant.
motion has been filed on behall of
the plaintiff in the caseo! Chas. Fischel
vs. B. H. Kahananui to set the case
on the jury waived calendar for trial at
the coming term.
The continuation of the Kapiolani
vs. Mahulona case, or as it is generally
termed the "forgery" case, is set for
Friday before Judge Cooper.
Labor and Supply Company.
The Planter's Labor and Supply
Company are in session as the STAB
goes to press. Its members met to
talk over the question of Japanese
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Queen Street Stores.
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With C. W. Aahfbtd, Mere-haul St,
Honolulu, H. 1.
FLOTSAM AM) JETSAM.
THE WARRIMOO IN FROM THE
The Tackle From the Miowera A
Fight Mopped Sonic More Gin
Lost His Hat.
The gear used by McDowell on the
Miowera recently is being landed at
the mail dock, and Stowed in the tug
boat's store room. The Myrtle boat
boys have captured the fourth spa,
and it is said on the water front that
they demand $150 sa vage: on eac h
pole. Seeing that the poles only cost
about $275 in the first place, the sal
vage asked lor is thought to be exces
sive. All kinds ol tumors as to wnat
Captain Metcalfe proposes doing, are
tloat and many who were confident
that Mc DoWell would s cceed aie wil
ling to wager their immortal souls now
that the Miowera will never be taken
off till pontoons are used, and aie Ven
loud in the time-honored and aggravat
ing ciy of "I told you so." Meantime
Captain Metcalfe and the l.ougee
Brothers are very busy sawing wood
and saying nothing, and appear to be
oblivious to the fact that the eyes ol
the world are upon them, and the eais
of the World, at least the waterfront
world, are anxious for information.
At 1 1 o'clock this morning the
steamship Warnrnoo steamed into port
from the colonies, having sailed from
Sydney on the iXih inst. 'The report
of the passage -.hows nothing oi inter
est excepting that the steamer stopped
at Funaluta Island to allow the natives
there to inspect the ship. The steam
ei had thirty passengers in transit, and
three steerage passengers for Honolulu
and no freight.
This foienoon just before the steam
er came in two Japs became involved
in a misunderstanding near the Oceanic
wharf, and to the great delight of the
bystanders, were settling their difficulty
cr la Corhett when a police officer arriv
ed and stopped the fight.
Two Japs and a native are now
languishing in jail because they didn't
stop on the way in from theMiike-maru
the other night and drink the eight
bottles of gin they brought off, instead
Of coming ashore with it and falling in
to the hands of customs guards.
'The lighter being made ready to re
ceive the pile-driving gear of the
recently wrecked Government pile
driver seems to require considerable
repairing, and from all appearance ii
will be several days yet before she will
go to work.
'The German bark J. C. Pfluger is
lying off the foundry where her repairs
are being made. The vessel presents,
a dllapitated appearance with her decks
torn up and her fore and mainmasts
The Australia will be due from San
Francisco on Saturday, and the China
Irom the Orient on Monday, so that
mail from the ("oast may be answered
two days after its arrival.
The Andrew Welch will sail either
to morrow or the next day. She was
landed up to the Oc eanic doc k this
morning, where she is now taking in
850 tons of sugar.
'The barkenline Klikiiat is dis
barging her lumber at I.eweis &
C. L. Sproul will complete the new
landing at Hanamaulu some time this
The Japanese steamer Miike-inaiu
sails to morrow at 1 p. at. for Volts
hama. 'The Mikahal.i is undergoing repairs
at Brewer's whai I.
The Matilda is discharging her cargc
at the Mail dock.
The Kinau will be due to morrow.
TUESDAY, OCTOBEK 31,
DlAaioNn Hsad, i r.M. Wealhet
hazy. Wind li(jht, N.K.
Tuesday, October 31,
ASS Warrimoo, Arthur, Iron) Vancouver,
Hiiiish i lolumbia.
Tu esjiav, c Ictober 3
Sinierson, foi Mam
Stmr W (
Stmr Ciaudina, Daviea, for Maui.
Stmr Iwalani, 1 Natulan, (or kauai.
Sum C k Biahop, LeClairt, for kauai
Schr Sarah and Kliza fol koolau.
Schr Mahimalri lor Waialua,
ai SS Mtika Maru, Tho&ip
bama on Wednesday, Wov. i.
VESSELS IN PORT.
U S S Attains, Nelson. San Pranciaco
U ss Philadelphia, Barker, CaJlao.
Mr kc ham Mts.
Am lik Andrew Welch, San Francisco.
Her lk 1 C Pfluger, liremcn.
Am sch Transit, Jorgtnsen, San Praaciaeo.
Anr schr Robert Learafs, Uoodaian, Port G1le
Am sclo Aloha, I'ahcl, .san Francisco.
Nor sli Beaconsneld, Baatianaen, Newcastle.
Haw hk l I kithet, Morri.on.San F'rancisc
Am I'Ut W li Irwin. Nelson, San Fran.
Vachl Tolna, Tolua, San Francisco.
Am lk Matilila, Stevenson, Nanaimo, B.C.
Am M In S C Holme s, Johnson, Port Townarj
Am hk klikitat, Port Gamble,
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED
Am hk Marina Davis, Boston Any 18
Br sh Villain, Liverpool Aug K
Am hunt Lonsuelo, nin r can Kah . Oct
Am hkt J I) Sireckels, San Hi an O.I 3
Haw schr I i. North, Sen l ean. . Mali. ,Ol 1
iu schi Allen A, Bureka .Oct
Am schr trlemlale. Fureka c let
Am schi Anna, San Fiau. Kal (let
I if 1 hk Nautilus, Liverpool lite
Am 14 Si Allen, San l-iancisco . . . Nov
A brgt Lurliue, San Fran. Hilo. . . , .Nov
II Hackfeln, Liverpool lire
Schi Haleakala, Panning! aland No
Am bk Wrestler, NW Oct
Hr bk Duke Aryle, NSW N.o
Am hk Albert, San Franci-co Nuv
Am hk Allien Hesse, San F'rai.cisco. . Nov
Am hki Iraagard, Baa Pranciaco Vo
Am hk C D Bryant, Baa Pranoiaou ..Nov
Am lik Knoch Talbot, Poll t.amhle Nov
1 ! 1, 1 ,ah e -0,11, l.,ne.kne . Nov
Am Planter, San r ranctaOS Nov
Am Discovery, San l-ranci-cu Nov
Am Amelia, Port Blakclv D'
Am achl Alice CoOke, Port Hlakely. Dee
HMIAYAY k LWH CO.'S
All'l' .1 O !(-
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IO KWA Mill.
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. . fliai 10:43
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Leave Kwa Mill
Leave Pearl CIlJT. ,
Arrive I Ion,, lulu . .
Bythe tiovrrtunrnt Survey. PttblUhtd rvery Monday
as 30.14 30.07 7j
I 30.1? 30.03 7
34 Hi. 1 18 9.98 70
a 5 30.06 30 00 67
DO 30. 1 1 30,04 f 7
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81 0.00 63
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80 0.07 63
8a 0.00 60
81 0.00 67 fe
TIDES. SUN AND MOON.
Bv C J. Lyons.
I ..1 t U11 ,iii-i of the moon mi the Bill at ON lm p.m.
Tinm whisilc blowi at Ih. BSfli, p. m. at Hono
lulu t.ine, which i the tame a 1-h. Urn. K ut Green
Mi' h time.
FOREIGN MAIL SERVICE.
close of iSc)4
ill leave for and arrive from
n the following ,laie, till ihc
Arkivk at Honolulu Aaaivs ai H'n'lui i
For San K'ancisc:o. From San F'KCIHCO
Warrimoo (Van)Nov 2
China Nov 6
Australia Nov 1 1
Alattaada Nov 16
Miowera (Van) Dec
Oc eanic Dec 4
AuatialU lire 9
Mai poaa .... Dec, 14
Warrimoo 1 Van) Jan J
Mariposa Oct 20
Auatralra Nov 4
Monowai .... Nov
China Nn 28
Auatralla . I ee 2
Alameda I tec
Miow era(Van)J c c 23
Oceanic I tee 2(
Australia Dec jr
Australia . .
Oceanic: . . .
A 1.0m da
Australia . .
M 1 inowai -
... an 2
, . Jan 6
Ian 1 1
. Keh 1 2
, ..Mar S
. Mar 2(
. . Apr s
. nly 2d
. . Auk 8
. Sepl 15
arrimoo! an Jana
Maripoaa . . . Jan is
Australia Ian 2
Monowai .... Fc ti I :
Australia reu 24
Alann-da. March 1
Australia . . . Match 2
Maripoaa March t.'
Monc iwai May ro
China April 1 ;
Australia May rc
Alameda June 7
Australia June IIj
Mariposa Inly 5
Australia Jll M
. .Aug 1 1
. Sepl 27
. . . Oct 5
. ..' jel K
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Nitrate -i Soda,
Ground Coral Line Bton.
Lsrsysen Island Pbovphate, I.aml Plattef, KUh
(siiano, fit ., ftCa, always on hand.
St ntl a RAMPLE ORDER tod try our gorkl.
A. F. COOKE,
Man ner anil ProprttlOl Hawaiian fortittfinf C'u
W. AH AN A.
No. ,cj Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Irom $14 up. l inen
sun., Sri. 50 up.
a li. surra guarantei
FIT AND IN THE i Al
Clothks Cleaned am.
CHAS. HU STAGE,
l.iMi'i.N Block, Kinu Stkkei
Between F. n sad Alaaaa Streets.
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Groceries & Provisions
Fresh California Roll butter and Island
Uuttei always on hand.
Ffi .vi Goods rtctived iv .-, v SUam-
er from San FftMCUfO,
t Satisfaction CI'aban twp 4
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Mon 30 8- 5 a 35 1 3-3 6- !$$
1 in- t 9.35110.30 4 30 1106. 3 5-4
Wed 1 10.3511 40 6.40 a. 40 6. 35 4 o 2
1'hui a tt.tj .... 7 15 15 6 4 5 .23 1. o
Fri..l3 0.30 0.30 8. o 6.ao6. 4 5.J3 1.55I
Sat ..4 1. 10 7 o 8. 10 7. 06. its.M 2 50
Sun.. 5 a. 10 a. 30 8.o 8. 06. 5 5-aa 3.38
Tons & Tons & Tons 0
have been pouring into our
Store ami Warehouses the past
few weeks Ex, barks "Paul
Isenberg" and "J- C. Pfluger"
from Europe, ana the different
steamers and s.n'l intr vessels
from S. F, ( Kir stocks of
heavy goods, sm h as Black and
Galvd Chain, Galv'd Sheet
Iron, Sheet Zinc, rig Lead,
Sheet Lead, Lead Pipe, Lump
Chalk. Shot. liar Iron &c. has
never hcen so large and com
plete as it is to-day. Fence
Wire Our stock on 4 S 8
Black and 4 5 fi 9-12 Galv'd
is very large, and we claim it is
as fine a lot of wire as ever
came to the country. However,
we don't ask you to take our
word for it if you don't wish to,
just come in and we will let you
cut a piece oil of any coil and
jut it in our big vise upstairs
ind you can twist it, bend it,
tie knots in it. and test it to
your hearts content, and after
you have done this and asked
the price of it you will ! pretty
sure to buv some.
Galv'd Buckets and Tubs,
Sauce Pans, Ifa Kettles, Ball
Blueing, ( row n Soft Soap. im-
Clay and Dav eV Martins Shoe
lil.u king we ha e plenty ot
i s r f i i
now, and our stock Ol tiaivu
Flexible Steel and Iron, Wire
Rope is complete from .' to I
inches. Hubbuck Boiled and
Raw Linse ed and Caster Oil,
White Lead and Zinc, Red
Lead and Oxide, Colza Oil and
Stoc kholm Tar, all came by the
" Isenberg" in fine order and
are offered at low prices. N ow
is the time to have your Collin
trimmed, the hundred sets of
"Coffin Furniture" just received
are going off like "hot cakes."
The new "Pumping Plant"
works well and you can get all
the water you want, so you
want one ol our new Lawn
Sprinklers. It is the best
Sprinkler ever sold here, no
parts to Wear OUt, as it does not
revolve, and is good for either
light or heavy pressure ol water.
Electrical Goods, our stock
is more complete than ever,
and we have live men hard at
work wiring houses for Electric
Lights. AYe can furnish you
the fixtures, shades and lamps
in any style, and if we wire
your house you can feel sure it
is done according to the latest
Game is said to be plenty
We have the right kind ol
Schultze, Wood, or Black pow
der Cartridges to get big bags
E. 0. HALL & SON.
LlMl 11 I'.
Fort & Kim; Sts.
Against the Tide
Is a hard course to row.
but it is lots easier to row
against the title than to
duplicate King Bros, stork
of Artists' Materials in
1 1 oiioltilu.
I lere is the largest as
sortment ol ever) thing in
this line and lowest prices
This week we are offer
ing OUr Souvenirs of Ha
waii at the reduced price
ol 50 cents each, which
means over at) iew s of
I lawalian scenery gotten
tip in veiry artistic st le for
Ftfti cents. Don't tail lo
send one of these 10 your
frie nds abroad. Postage
4 cents to any part of the
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