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A Carload of Monuments
Just deceived Ex S. S. Nebraska!)
Direct from New York City. Consisting of the latest
designs in Scotcli nnd American Granite, American
Italian Mnrble. Executed by skilled artists. No two
' designs being alike. Ranging in price from $5.00 to
$1,500. Photographs will be sent to would be pur
' chasers on application to.
J. C. AXTELL
P. O. Box 542, HONOLULU, T. H.
Office and Works 1048 nnd 1050 Alakea St., bet King and Hotel Sts.
Several designs of Hawaiian stone in stock.
Enterprise Planing Mill Company.
GUO. MUMIJV, Mtfr.
I'uost St., in rear of Ililn Mercantile Co'a IlaHiHnu
Phiuiiig, Mouloitig, Scroll Work and all kliiclt of Turned Work, Window I'rnities, etc
' WATIJR TANKS A Sl'KCIAI.TV. Household and all kinds of furniture,
Store Pilling!), Counters, ete., made to order.
made as good ns new, al easy rales. ,
Cro;.s-eut Saws re-toothed and
Manufacturer o( School Seats, Church I'cwh, and Redwood Outlets, nil sbes
CtMSINK UNKXCm.I. HI), service nil
MirjMssedjDiniliK Room and llooth fur
nishings the finest to he found iu the
in at Demosthenes aie
fl fifty cent meal
thai bns no equal
DINXKR PARTI KS. Hatiiiicts and
Suppers served under the supervision
of the proprietor, either at the restau
rant or nt private residences.
CHAMPAGN'KS and fine Tabic Wines;
Card Room, Reading Room and lltlll'et.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail SS. Co.
Steamers of the above line running iu connection with the Canadian Pacific Rail
way Company, II. C, and Sydi.y, N. S. W.,and calling at Victoria, II. C, Honolulu,
and nrisbaue, X. '..; arc duo at Honolulu on or about the dates below
From Vancouver and Vic'oria B.C.
for Ilrisbauc, Q., and Sydney:
MIOWIJRA l'KIl. 14
AORANGI MAitCH 14 I
JWOANA APR. n
From Sydney, Brisbane (Q).
1'or Victoria md Vancouver, II. L. .
The magnificent new service, the "Imperial Limited,' is now running daily
BETWEEN VANCOUVER AND MONTREAL, making the run in joo hours,
without change. The finest railwav service hi the world. '
Through tickets .sstied froin Honolulu to Canada, Umtcd States and Europe
lor freight and assagc, and all general information, apply i'
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd., Gen'l Agts
for your .
AND TRANSPORTATION CO.
LIC AD IN THESK LINKS because the best goods
arc sold for the least luoney.
We make to order-all wood
work of Gears boiled in lin
seed oil the best Hacks, Bug
gies, Road Wagons, Drays,
and Freight Wagons.
We are agents for Studebaker
Wagons and Carriages on
We supply plantations with
harness by wholesale
cheaper than can be bought
on the Coast. Big Stock of
ready made harness on hand.
Our madcto-order harness
is the most serviceable har
ness on the market.
lilacksiiiitliiiijj and Carriage
Ourhorseshoer carries a dip.
loma from the best Voter
Carriages and Vehicles re
paired; best material and
Our Taint Shop
Is under tho supervision of
a man whose reputation is
not excelled on the Coast.
LIVERY. DRAYING AND
TEAMING TO ALL PARTS
OF THE ISLAND.
VOLCANO STABLES and TRANSPORTATION GO.
GEO. S. McKENZIE, Managor
, Ills Suliordinnlcs Make Him rrrspnl
I of $'2.10 Watch.
I I,ast Eriday evening in the Cir
J cult Court an intermission was
taken for a few moments for the
purpose of presenting to Sheriff
Andrews a gold watch the gift of
the subordinate police of this
The presentation was made by
Judge Little from the bench and
the recipient showed his apprecia
tion of the graceful remembrance
by emotions that made his response
difficult of utterance. The watch
was purchased with contributions
by the members of the police force
on this Island.
Following arc the remarks made
by Judge Little upon the occasion:
I'Mu. SliKKiifri': As I am in the
business at present and your con
duct has been the subject of consid
erable comment lately by those who
would like to have your position or
are angry because you discharge
your duty-faithfully, I think I may
as well pass sentence on you now.
Before imposing that sentence,
however, I wish to say a word to
you nbottt it.
"This is the first time you have
been my executive officer that it
has been deemed expedient to talk
to you iu public and, like all mat
ters connected with the administra
tion of public justice, it is the pub
licity which the affair assumes
which is most difficult to bear; and
no doubt that in the twenty-five
years of your public service your
heart lias many times been made to
ache by reason of the publicity of
some unfounded story which slipped
from the slimy tongue of the slan
derer, and which at the time may
have made you feel as if life's bur
dens were almost more than your
heart could bear. But you know
it is said "That every man at his
birth is an epitome of his progeni
tors; he starts with the elements of
his character drawn from the widest
sources, but so mixed iu him that
he differs necessarily from every
other individual of his race. Here
i-j the problem of life not the dome
of St. Peter's, but how the hand
that rounded it acquired its skill;
not the play of "Hamlet," but how
the mind that gave it its wondrous
birth was developed these are our
chief concerns. So, Mr. Sheriff, in
view.bf the fact that for more than
a quarter of a century you have
faithfully, promptly and honestly
borne a part in the administration
of public affairs, first iu this little
islatrl kingdom of your birth, then
through that halting, staggering
period of political pollution, dis
honesty and uncertainty called a
republic, and finally when the light
of liberty illuminated this beautiful
sun kissed land and you, with it,
became an integral part of the
greatest and grandest of all countries
&ud of all governments on earth,
something ought to be said to you
"Inasmuch as during the entire
period of your long service Jiere
you have always repudiated verbal
inflations or round about "ap-
nrninlino" lt tl.m.A ! ...... 1.1
..iuu(1.g u iiiujv. nuu WUIIIU LIU
rupt when they cannot drive: vour
readiness, comprehension a n d
promptness iu the performance of
the duties assigned ,you always
ready, ever alert, proceeding cau
tiously thai you might not lose a
point, yet not once have you been
found unfaithful, never have you
been recreant to the trust reposed
in you, never have you been untrue
to your superiors in office or the
best interests of the laud of your
birth and service. Sheriff' An-
I'drews, your Irieuds (and thov nro
'legion) share in the general appre
ciation of your splendid record and
your recognized devotion to duty.
Those of us who know you love
'you for the enemies you have
I made, because of the tireless zeal
in meeting the responsibilities of
your very difficult office, the duties
of which seem to be ever enlarging,
ever expanding. No sheriff iu any
State or Territory iu the United
.States performs such multifarious
I duties or compasses within the
office of sheriff so wide a range of
important functions. No country
uii Mini requires - so mucii ot a
suerill as this Territory
SUItl'HISKI). icffect. vet lwv von fkcrfnrhif'.fl llmM
' - - ? 1 1" ,
duty. Yet no nan in our service
performs these duties more faith- i
fully, mote uncomplainingly, no '
storm has ever "been too violent, no '
weather too inclement, no hour too I
late, no duty too exacting or tin-!
pleasant to fiiuf. you unwitting or '
unable to promptly answer "ready" !
at a moment's aiotice. And in thus '
performing yomr sacred duty to the
public for th,csc many years you
have little guessed how many may
have been made wiser nhd happier
because you were the Sheriff of
Hawaii. You little thought that
you were sowing seeds of inspira
tion, of encouragement, of consola
tion while discharging at times
very unpleasant duties.
"Having all those things in mind
nnd being fully ndviscd in the
premises, your friends have assem
bled here to shake you by the hand
and to say to you "Well done good
and faithful servnnt," and your
subordinates, the police of Hawaii, ,
which constitutes territorially your
whole baibwick, have requested me
to tell you about these things and !
what the people all over the Island,
and especially from neighbors and I
the police, your subordinates, think
of you, and in token of their sin
cerity they desire me to present to
you, with best wishes for your con
tinued health, happiness and prps
perity, this gold watch. Wear it
to mrk the time as you watch the
sands of life run quickly out, wear)
it to regulate the correct and regu- j
lar performance of duty, wear it '
now at life's high noon and in that '
solemn hour which shall come to '
us all, even amidst these green
islands of glittering seas where our ,
fragrant forests perfume the breeze, j
Keep it in view that it may mark I
the hour that you shall seek that I
radiant shore where the spirit is
free and you shall weep no more;
and finally transmit it to those near
and dear to you as evidence of dut
An Excellent Line of
In New Designs and Colorings has
just come to hand. The line consists ol
BURLAPS, STRIPED and
and LACK CURTAINS
by the yard or pair
We have also received
Some unusually choice designs at
8 Yards for SI. 00
All of which arc now on display
u was iiucier the old regime, many
or those requirements are still in
The (Jus Kiigiiic. '
In the opinion of Prolcssor
Thurston the gas engine is a torm-'
idable rival of the steam engine and i
is capable a further development. ,
Each has given a horse-power for
about one pound of coal, and the
efficiency of both, between the coal
pile and the point of delivery, is
about 20 per cent. The steam en
gine, he says, has so nearly reached
its limit that further progress under '
commercial conditions would seem
to be very slow, but its range may j
be increased by employing very I
high pressures and superheating!
combined with them. In Sibley I
College work a pressure of 1600'
pounds a square inch hasbeen used, j
and Professor Thurston expresses
the view that twice that pressure
may be successfully used eventually,
or with sufficient expetience in its
management. These factors would 1
considerably raise the efficiencies'
and reduce the coal per horse- j
power hour to about three-fourths
of a pound. Baltimore Sun. 1
There is now on view in Paris a
collection as unusual as it is inter
esting for those gifted with the fac
ulty for the higher hero worship
It is composed of the palettes el
seventy-five eminent Ereneh paint
ers of the present century, and ini
bracing all schools, from that ol
Barbizon to artists recently dead
Among the greater nam.s men
tioned are Daubigny, Dupre, Rous
seau, Delacroix, Corot, Rosa Bon
heur, Delaille, Bonuat, Constant,
Chavanues, and, outside exclusively
Ereneh, is Munkaesy. Many of
these palettes are in1 a condition
strongly suggestive of the different
methods of the masters who used
them. I.cs Debats.
Hon to Stop u CoukIi.
A simple but effective remedy is
Breathing through the nostrils,
inhale a full brei th as slowly ns is
possible without causing fatigue.
Expel the breath iu the same man-
ner and repeat the operation ten
'times. This wjill stop the cough
iug for abort t a quarter of an hour.
j Take a dose of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy during this lull and
1 the medicine will have a better op
I portunity to act and will speedily
Of course ' c"cct n C(,i1,1)1l,'l -'"' It always
(Which is complete in all its details)
We are making a specialty of : : ; ;
At 80 cents the full sized roll and
ISLAND COFFEE '
Of our own Roasting "and Grinding,
which we guarantee to be of the best
grade and free from adulteration : : :
Hill CO., Ltd.
m( made Saddles and Harness.
RICHARDS & SCHOEN,
Hilo Harness Shop, Hilo, H. I.
curis and cures quickly.
Drug Store sells it.
1 Rainier Ilotlling Works, Honolulu, Agents I