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"Will be received nt the Ueiienil lost Olllee
until MONDAY, Mnrch 1!. lS'.K. ut 13
o'clock noon, for furnWIilii),' Mull H.ib for
the Inter-Island Mail Service.
Satnjilc of lUm) can be 'cen nt the l'ot
The I'ostniasteMieiiiTiil doe" not IjIiuI
himself to accept the loct or nn.v bill.
JOS. M. OAT,
"colony" nt litis juncture. On tlu qmlion that tho writors do net
other hand, it is trtio, what wo said know what tlm.v oro talkimr about
before, that t ho planters do not want i played out. Sinie of the most
Portuguese labor at a priuo that will v'onii,u",t f tlioiiwlv.. and who
attract that labor or hold it. This wore among the IoikIc.U in .-mceriiig
is no renVolion on the Poitugueso, at suggestions from the outride, lt-
vvho would, wo fully believe, b more tides clamoring for the cheapest
profitable to the planters, if handled contrail labor as an ab-nlute iiiros
I nniiilnt-iiirr tint fiitt nnrmli, n nrnitmt.
hundreds by tlio other method.
Again 1 may ask why got another
pumping plant when tho country
has already been put to tho expense
of g tting ono at Makiki whoro thoro
is tnoro water than tho present
pump apparently can tako away.
ccoruiug to ur. uiuwusunu
figures this plant has a capacity of
intelligentlv, tu.tn tueUrientai lauor "iiy ir m" mi-v-imou im iin-sumu i,ia.Mniw gallons in zt nours u
thev hae'bee.i craing and, lo a indu-m, have lately given them- nece-sary. From personal know-
large extent getting these nnny .e,,, , uipie.cly away on the pub- Jh -J,- 'felWo
vears. The planters have shown all he platfoun by declaring their read-' . ' . , ... , . inviiirr a con-
MIh Hardwarfl Co., L'fl
Ooi-ner Fort St Hotel StroutH,
WHAT'S IN TO-DAY'S PAPEK.
Won In a I'anl (lame.
A DogThat vmof Ape.
Hie tiiHirtiiv'tioii -eoiioriHi.
Water Works Intension, 1 I'lms.
Water and l'ower editorial.
ljoiil ii ml lieneral Item.
'I tie lloat I! ace.
'I ho Skating It me.
Su-pcctcd Hrelii(! Arreted.
y loinni paiic.
Our ltnllwiiv Arm).
WuMeful Cse of llxlinii-t yte.un.
that is capable of maintaining what miicerilj in Mich pail
is known in civilization as the digni- I taking their chances vi
iitmiifth.it thev do not want, in i!'e lo tau ineir cnanccs wiiu irce s)
either field or nV.ll, more help than laiwr i.n.l. r auiiexalion to tho L'nil-1 cjfdcru. hy did t hoy not putin at
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.s aiHoluteiy necessary oi any c.a- .-.. .-,.....-. .. , ...... , ,',,, ..., .v,,i is abi0
Midi pa.lu-i.-ilions j f .. . . i.,,i..,.,iv ..,,
th Ire labor ' ,(i((!(j,v for uorj,f moro wolfs, as
tv of labor. When sugar folded m-ar- before .innexaMou.
ly twice as much to them as it does
to-day, the insisted that tl.ey mil-si water wonts J xietiHton. f '.,,.. t win C0M uoro
hae cheap, cheaper, cheapest labor, j1)ITim Htitmv- i,ir the preont, trusting that a full
or their ruin with that of the conn- .,,, ,,mxaiiall Stnr in ;MI, llf and (air public discussion ol 'tho
trv was inevitalile. lucre is some i.'n( ,,, ti, Ptli iti-t. contains an ar- ",":"'" ""."'" ";"", " "i "r,,,""
ant supply of 15 foot depth in tho
i he present well at Makiki is capable
of supplying a,(KX),(XK) gallons daily,
if required, without exhausting its
I BEG TO INFORM JIV CUSTOMERS
THAT I WILL HOLD
EVERY WEEK DURING THE MONTH OF MARCH.
exeuso for their shyness or what is tide hem.d "A cvr L 'uinping , '""' "V '."' ' ""' "'. " ,, . , 7
called civilized labor, both in the , g'' to" I U" mpportmy vK and
nature of their indu-lry ami in the i K;;';" will the ' V '"' A"" '".WL0!.1
experience. t.Mako the uetev , 1,m,r,llUltll,1;.vm,I,,u.rnwn,
She JlrtUM 3CwUttin.
MONDAY, MAIICU I'-'. 18111.
strike conducted on a ' dot :smg a plan to in-tire a supply
lrii.ii t in itiaius iiiiring tu
Honolulu is to have ten calls each
way of tho two great lines between
Sun Francisco and Chiua in the next
twelve mouths. This continuation
of the increased mail service of the
past year ought to be well appreciat
ed by our people. Uotweon the
Oceanic Steamship Co., tho China
lines, and tho CaiiadtnnAustraliau
liue, wo shall have an average ol
four mail steamers a mouth from the
Pacific coast iu the twelve mouths.
An cijual number (.IS) will leave for
tho same coast, twenty live for the
Colonies and ton for China.
Saturday's issue of the Adcrticr
contained a partly historical descrip
tion of the Honolulu Library and
Heading IJoom, with a picture of
the building and an editorial com
inoudiug the institution. The names
of several benefactors of the institu
tion, dead and living, are mentioned
without giving that of the founder
and one of tho mot lilieral contribu
tors. That wasthelateCicorgo Lucas,
who started the movement, and
headed tho lirit subscription list
with SfAAl. Any historical sketch of
tho Honolulu Library and lteadiug
Koom without the name of (Jeorgc
Lucts is to use a wellworu compar
isonlike the play of Hamlet with
tho part of the melancholy Dane
In Friday's issue there was an
item stating that .Mullen, a blue
jacket from tho Adams, was arretted
at Mo.nnatua on the complaint of
people living there that he wa fir
ing a pistol recklessly. While it ap
pears to bo true that a report reach
ed the station that Mullen was firing
a rovolwr, the police sent out after
him found that he had not hocu do
ing so, and had no pistol iu his po
session. As the matter is one dial
airects tho man's liberty, we have
much pleasure iu correcting the
item iu question. There was uol
tho slightest intention of catiug
any rullectiou on the crew of the
Adams, which is one of tho most or
dorly and woll-buhawd crows of
national vessels that have otor been
in this port.
lie Coast. A
plan with which white men are I
familiar, at a critical period of the
crop, would be calamitous all around.
Such lawless demonstrations as liae
oeeu seen iu California when gangs
of white loafers went from farm to
farm driving white workers from I puppl.t it tin-rcertiurs in 3i
their duty by threats of violence -'tin V.tl!e. There is now-an
are a state of atfrrrs that Hawaiian
planters may be pardoned for doing
almost anything to avoid making
possible on their plantations.
Nothing in tho perennial dieu
siou of tho labor question has been
more frequently heard than tho as
sertion that white labor cannot
stand plantation work iu thi cli
mate. Tliis wo believe to be one of
lhoe llippautly uttered conclusions
which are passed from mouth to
mums tliiriugtlio pro-pec-
tive or other seasons of drouth.
There is now a ptimpiter plant at
Makiki. When nciesarj it sends
from an artesian ucil into the main
l.l'J.'i.lHHI gal'onsof water a day. The
i iil v consumes itltoi-i lici almiit
J,UHMlW gallons. I In iniiii somce
sian well iutheard of the I'A 'cu
iie building not far frmu the bar
rack. It is a i-vn inch bir and
Hi iw about the same as the .Miliiki
well, ll is pinpohed b Mr. Ilrmvn
that n ion-inch well be drilled on
the barracks lot. 'I lieu what is
wanted is a pimipi"g plant to han
dle the out put of the two well. The
pair would ield about J.oUi.iAK)
gallons a day." The well mi the L-
cuiite Imihliiig pti'liii es scud
waii-r tweni feci alnni- tin- suifacc,
and such wells may be had almost
ihN'Wioro for the During. i In
opinion on the subject, 1 remain,
oic. Ciias. Ii. WILSON,
Honolulu. March 12, 181)1.
j mouth until they become gencrall J depth ixjilxuit ."iUJ fei, ami the co'l
accepted as axiomat ict rut lis wit limit
being thought worthwhile putting
to the proof. In this case the con
cludon is one that has a great deal
of evidence to disprove it. While
plantation overseers have as much
activity iu exposure to the Hawat
itliinil .: a loot. I lie .Met. ami less
coiubiiiitiioii has (he only boring
outlll on tin- leliinils. Mr. llrotvi is
for a pumping plant that would b
ample for so-ue lime a.al mighl be
eulaigcd on demand, it should he
f iinprowil n aclih.ery iu a good
i .... 1. 1 . .... 'ii... .1. .i ..I iii.iitiiiiiiiiiii.i
I ..l,,!.,! 11. . .1. 7V '. .I...... 'l-llt. IIV .
woiiiu iioi iii'uri'ji. i.pciise would
Wu have jtist rccL'ivud an
other c.'irgo of liny and Grain
by the 'Irmgard," pciwinally
si-kotod by our manager in
California ; and iih we buy
I lie best, n word to the wise
i siiiuVioiil. l'rompt delivery.
California Feed Co.
Ori'ici:: Corner Queen
and Nttuaiiu 8treet. Both
W.iM-:iH)i,.s?u : King street
near O. U. oi L. Co.'s Depot,
liuth Telephones HIJ.
Saturday, March JO, lSMh
The United Slates are flood
ed with thousands of jimcrack
articles as the result of the ex
hibits at the World's Fair. We
have had opportunities for se
curing the agency for a large
number of these articles, but
there are so few of them that
are worth anything that we re
fused to handle them. One
article, however, that has come
to our notice we believe will
fill a long felt want.
One of the greatest difficul
ties the housewife or cook has
to contend with is keeping the
bread knife sharp. If it is used
for any other purpose than cut
ting bread it is bound to be
come dull. If it happens to be
convenient the cook will use it
for any purpose for which a
knife is used, all the placarding
ST .TJST u S Boys' Cambric and Fiaiietie Waists
t lit lilt? er ittrMcrrl lit fir. i
..w .tJ ov, ui'v.. ..... 1,S..,-.,,,I Auu....l t f fiilMLj nl Oil f '..lllu li!,i..l.
IIL1I1IV i rOWI l 111111 l Wl V'H'ir' til tat , lltO JJlUlll
I Will be offered to the Public and it will pay you to trade at
the "TEMPLE OF FASHION"."
... I AM OFFERING NOW ....
For Friday and Saturday Only,
inu Miu as any of the laborers under !), a.i i-uuim t 'ind a rn.'uian a few
their ehart'e. vet thev aie usiiall ! iniitillti ol lie1 dry '! To In
theverv piclme. of nilm-l h-altli. '"''" I ' l"" ur ! will b c.-s
., ' ' . i r i . i ar In oid'iigo niin- of Hi" main.
I ho miiiiv may bo a.d of wh.te m. i. , ,-,;, Sup.-ilno.n.l.-.i .ampa.guing
who are operating cat lie and heep f,,r appropriation I) carry out
runs iu IIiomi island. While me- i la i pn it plan."
1 ii-ii no! euiargi' n I'm Ml.il in
terest the ipie.liou of wati r supply
lias for eteiy re'd"et I ili'iioliilu
without exception of laeo or natii'ii
.lit v, ur to m. own ai'ipiaiiuaace
nilfi (he fllbjecl ft m piil ce, 1"
inal.e an ecu.-e for oir'i icg a f" re
marlih fit it with a n-w lo hating
'lie pro mid cons of ovi-ry m'hcihi'
Tor Us improvement publicly i!h-cus'i-d
in (lie pr ss before the coiiit-
iy is put to any eNpeiif-e iu adopi
iugthein. It i.s with Urn latter vi-w lha' I
iavn wri'lon. It lias luilieitu ln-en
chauicx in our healed foiindiif, and
eugii e rooms of fuctorioriuud team
r. are as Murdy and ittroug as
those of their occupations in other
countries Carpenters and plumb
I iri, brichlaern and roofcre, of the
palefaces, toil tn (no miu ami in
clone apartmente, iu I lie town of
Honolulu, iol there is not a healthier
lot of much. mice, it h ,afo to ny, iu
.my other town in the world, (live
white men while uien'rt wage on Hie
plantations and they will grow f.it J a cans- of gieat epiire to lie pub
it the work, hut there ii no doubt n 'i'l coiiM'ipi. m i..sh that oti-ij
they would bo the most r.-iless I -'"""-'" "J n.nni-i rnii.u ami ..vm,
. ,. . . , i , of oi.ici.iis hax cuiid the mi rllnow
cla.s.s of labor over introduced ih.Mo. I lf ,,, (lll )ltns .(lll ,(, ,..,,, ;lur
Thev would bo continually hanker- .may of 1 1 1 t-Mieiieuce mi di-arh
nig after einplovment iu (own. and I toiighl In-fore, and ii M-enlhe I'i i
tho (hriftyone'-withoi.lyloomaio ! '".l ti.,ernm.-.it is m e no e
11'lil II IIH- IHII-. I till Hill ttllll-
lliis 111 a eapuoiis or pel final ppirit
By Lowlo J. iovoy.
HAY AT AUCTION!
TO-MOKKOW, March i:J,
.vr 1 O'CLOCK NOOS,
I ll -ll nt I'ulil'c Aili'tlnu, nt tliu Wnrt-
liuilx-, I rr:ir nf llio lliiliili
OIkIiiIv iIiiimhu'imI ux liarkciitliin "W. II.
Il'imnul" (rum huii l'runulsio.
l!y Jna. 1'. Morgau.
WATER AND FOWEH.
Mr. Wilson's letter on the im
provotneut of tho water nupplv
hhould be carefully coiiuidorcd b
tho Govorniuout. There in danger
of making oxpoiittivo blunders himi
lar to previous onus mentioned b)
him, in every new administration's
wasting timo and money iu contriv
ing schemes they might deem better
than those of their predecessors,
vet never beimr ablu to put any
great improvement into oll'ect. An
to the es jxirtr conclusion of a con
temporary, that, "This city will
uovor bo run by water-power," it
should bo recalled thut the electric
lighting of Honolulu's streets by
water-power was sneered at by un
commonly wise people when lirM
proposed. It camo to pass never! he
loss ami, although probably the
wholo city's machinery will never be
run by water power, thoro is no rea
son to doubt that a great increase
may bo gained iu tho water supply
from tho mountains, which would
bo capable of utilization iu generat
ing electricity for more than the
present street-lighting system.
THE LABOR QUESTION.
While purporting to omloro n
retort against tho Hi li.ktin from an
anonymous correspondent, the Ad
vortisor only adds to tho charges
brought by this paper against the
Portuguese colony. It says they de
cline work otlerod to tlmiu on the
plantation and that, while they do
so, it is "anomalous, not to say ab
surd," to send out of the country
for more of tlmsamo race. Tim i
just what everybody of any sem-e is
saying and there would bo nothing
heard olllcially about trying lo get
more Portuguese were it not that
tho I'. Ll. politicians deem it expo
iliuiil togive a littlo tnlfy to tho
of the unthrifty -would not tie long
iu making tho change. Their hocial
aspirations and sociable proclivities,
together with tho regard of family
men for the education of their chil
dren, would inevitably drive them
this way. Thi would prove a con
stant source of congestion (o the
city's populaiiou, probably u-miIi-ing
iu a permanent cla.s of the tin
emploviil an eutiro'y new feature
in tho hintorv of Honolulu. No
or one ol opposition to in-W -i-hrliies
for improve eul lieeail'ol nil wed
ded lo tin-old. but simply . Matin,;
what mav bertvied a hi.sioric.il fai-i.
Kvi-ry new mini-ier or i-ilicial n-t
3 A IX NOTICE.
I)Y oi:il;lt OK Mil. M. It. CDLIIlMtN.
1) mi i nursiiant tu lln nrovUlnns uf
iinlcrii, i-inii i.'twn in i sir.-, i win mii
i lo I Mil- Aiii'll'i'i, (ur iiiti
i , .Man-li
unit of whom it
i.iv v iiii-itii, nt my .niii'Moiii,
-t irl. Iliiimlnl'i. en SATUKOAY
!l, l!il. ill I- ii'e'ink iiimiii, O.nk IIoiisk,
iiirnmrly ih" inin'rl) of W C. Arhl: lii-
to have In- own hol.by which he I V' ', . ' , S .J7. ..VV . ..r: .- . ,i :.
' " T " I'.... ...-
pi-rieii 'ii of Ills preih eivoi's, and o.
lo teach him what is Im-..; and mo I
praclicalne, .'iain rn-li i to- i-niint iy
epi use ami the previous out lav is
apparently looked on as Huowu
ivvav. I do not vvi.sh to m em
ini-rely to place
JAB. 1'. MOltOAN,
Ilinioliilii .Muri'lill, b'll. ti77-l.lt
"Soft Soaps" & Tallow
i... I,.., .i.. ,..,.,. .1 rf.it. ... ..r 1 1... ......in-, i ee-otiMic, but
,.,. . ii i i . i i I tlic lesull.s oT HIV experience in
acy or th. v.ew could be demanded lh(i u.tt.r WnU . (). Jn )f 1(,
than the usintiuico of the large vuu,. , wj,,,. ,ay );auiei u.
colony of I'oriugu , originally in- I will tli.ieon in regard tothcpriv
trodticcd a plantation la'.or, which ut M-hoino lirl ip oM iu) n-inarks
M,ou migrated into town and now I ?!'V 'Tii i'.".' ""'. rr'rti '!'
. , , " , ,,. .... , , .Vlllli-tei of Hie Inli'ilor Illlli-loU
with the great falling oil in the pub ' i,,,. ..mn,i,ltr mi(. As the
lie and private demand for labor iu ept-inueuls eomlui-ted during the
town, are tho pioneers of an iiuciu- Imuxht chowid the p-aeticabibiy of
ployed class that has been rapnlly I P'I''K "' from I he artesian
' J. . . it . I welN into I he r rvnirs 1 have on-
i.h-umiuk ..vi-.e. .-.-, j '"iiercd, at vour excel encN reiuiest, n,,lldll,.ft Mllhnl Han.n, onri.(u f
the past year, from the drift of van .. ,.,,;.., lMll.(. ;,, Ic.'di.m l0lltl6U S0 HUtUal Mm b0Clely 0I
luauuiucturei's in the Lulled Stales
is.' KINO .iTUKKT.
O. BOX 341.
From all the foregoing considera
tions, two thiiig.s are clear, vi.: 1.
It would be (he height of absurdity
lo bring iu more Portuguese for
plantation labor while llm-.n now
hero hold out nguiuM taking em
ployment on the plantations nt the
best terms Hills' far o Ho red them. '2.
I'licro i little or no prospect of an
early revolution iu Hie plantation
labor situation, whereby the bulk ol
the work will be done In laboreis
of luirooeau race. Nothing Im
appealed, however, to discourage
tho bulii f entertained by many, that
a larger opening might In made for
Kuropcau labor on the plantation.
immediately through schemes that
would dovolop into the gradual eli
mination, or reduction to an iiisigm
licant minimum, of contract or coolie
labor. The co-opoiative plan in
course of experiment at Hwa may,
tu part at least, furnish the happy
relative to procuring a pumping
plant lo be u-nl in ca-es. of M,ere
iliout-'lil. A suitable plant lo pump
;i(KHI,lhi.) gallons daily to a point .liH)
h el lor ni'Ti i above lie Ii vel of
uppl.v eotild Im prociind and erect
ed at a c-t of about 0,o;h). The
niiiiiiiir,' eien.'so this jilatil would
lie about S'llUW im hi! Iil', working -1
liotlisdutiv. )el. Us I In- exleilnive
s'oraKe wori.s lor at'iitionai power
lo Hie Kleitiic I 'trill U'oiIim pre
viously lefen I'll to are propo-ei to
b umleri'ikeii, v-liicli would als
ervo the dun III" purp i f ensuring
vet i the city n;r.iiiit a wat -r nuiuie, ih it
worlli wiuie to procure a Jitliupiuc
plant at pie-iu'.'" Tlcsn ii.im'ii!.
itle to lie lutiml on p.'i'e 7i ol the
printed copi -s of Al'ti.-ei Tliur
ton's report to the Li-gnl.'itliie of
that vein and fuiil.er c ni-iileiiition
of the - III tj. el i.s .i-o to l.e found oil
utiles 71, "J and SI of iiiu Miiiio re
It neems to mo still that Hie same I
argument llieii iis"d (the ability to I
supply pnvvei as well as water sloi- '
age) iii;l.es th" ex'etisii.n of the j
eieTVoir sv-'em ieer.llile lo I lie
TiiTU'B IS IIKItmiY OIVKN THT
nil Dnill" Nsnit.1 liy tin; iiImivk ini'li-
tinlii'-l sjiii-iut) urn imjalilu on iirL-uiitutliiii
t i Iu Tr-'ii-nri-r. SI. It. A Mt-lrn. nt Ills
iiillrei-oniHr Kltiuii anil Mlllor strxils ami
iJI llui i-nrrii ii inlimi-it nf sniil KeclutV ft--
iiiirillnu llin Irri-iirur "lioulil Im ilia-u-il
in siilil M. II. A. Viiirii. 1. O. Ilnx 'JI'l. In
I imlillil M. H. hll.VA,
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
T Till: A N N I' V I. M IIKTI NO 01'' 'I II IS
I iilll.:lll . IikIiI tills illlV, III tlu nlIli-fH
if linn II. 11.11 l". it II.. tin fill Utt 111!
iillii-urs vvitoi ji'i'tuil (or tliu uusiilni; year,
. . Tle-ii. II. D.ivliin,
....I1'. ,M Hwiiniv,
.W. II. Iluiri,
,K. W. Ilnlilsuiiitli,
T. It Kcyuurtli.
K. W. IIOI.DHWOItTll.
Ilniinlillii, K'li. in, islil. M ll n.ov
solution. There nhould also be a ( ,.vi,.,sn,ii o't tl.e puuipniu system if
fair trial of llm .system of nitbdnid
ing plautalions into convenient sec
ttons, each to bo placed under Hie
stipelilltemlence of a competent man
who should select his own assistants,
which a correspondent lately in
formed our readers had proved a
success in Australia. The loiig-fam-
money is av.nl. iiiie lor eitln-r pur
po-e. 'I lieie is an additional reason
al the present peiiml iif liiiat.cial
dist ress aiiioiu; our l.'ilioriu' popula
tion in that an i xtciision of the n-
i rvuir sVleui Would give elitioy
iiient a- I'iiiopt to inan.v ol tho
poi.r fat lieis uf f.iiii. lies now out of
Wolk. while Hie pumping sc, i. i,i
.Mess. .Met, and-
ELECTION OF OFl'ICERB.
T TH K ANM Al. M i:i-: I NO OK I'll K
Imiii-Iimi Hii .m NvvniMliiN
i'.imi-nv, 1 1. Ml, ln-1'1 Mils ilny, tliu follow
nit' imIh-its iiml liiiri'ior- vMiut ult-i'ti'il for
llm ensuing L'iir:
IVlillIll i.llU lli'll III .ess.
iliar retort of planlors, in answer lo j (l, ,r. Voung of Hie foiindiy,
uuwspuper disciibsious of tho labor ' or othur person in llm samo line
W ll iioilfri'v I'ri-clili'iii.
J linn .' VI cl'ri-sliliiiit,
W II. M I.imiii . .. .Si'iTntiiry,
.1. I. McLean Tn-iii'iiriir,
T. W. Ilnlii.ui Atulilor.
l.i ii i.i toll-:
W. II. (iliilflcv, J. Illi'i, II, N. WlluiX. I'. A.
Snliiii'fcr, V, (I. Km It Ii.
W. II. Mcl.r.AN,
feiiTiitiirv I. 1.8. N. Co., I.M.
Ilinioliilii, II. I., Mnrvli (I, I BUI. WS-U
ticlc we have in view to remedy
all this trouble is a knife made
very much like a saw, and it
will cut bread without the trace
of a crumb; warm bread may
be cut without its becoming j
heavy. Another knife of the
.. .... I ..!.... !
same pattern, out smaller, ts
adapted for cuttiiifr cake on
which there is icing. Still an
other is used as a parer. The
three are of the finest steel !
with nickle plated handles se
curely fastened to the blades
so that they cannot possibly
come off. We sell them at $i
per set and you get good value
when you buy them.
A new lot of clothes wringers
varjing in size from that ordi
narily used by families to the
very large one used in sugar
mills for wringing sugar bags.
These we offer you at S.tn j
The standard scale iu the
United States is the Fairbanks.
The government uses them in :
all of its weighing and so favor;
ably are they known that peo
ple look with suspicion upon
anything weighed tin any other
scali!. We have recently added
to our slock a number of them
suitable for use in stores or
mills. Tnere is no second
quality in a Fairbanks and
when you get one it will last
forever without repairs.
We have a large assortment
of very handsome Call Hells
which we offer at low prices.
1 his includes Hie plain ding-a-ling-a
ling sort and the kind
that sounds just as if it had
an electric battery at one end;
nickle or silver plated as your
j tastes run and me price won't
I hurt vou no matter which vou
The a nicies mentioned above
are for use in the home and
store rather than on the plan
tation or cattle ranch. For
either of the latter places a
fence is as necessary as the
land itself, and when you are
buying an article like a fence,
something which under ordi
nary circumstances must be re
paired from time to time, it
might be well to buy the kind
that is constructed on a plan
that reduces the wear and tear
to a minimum. We have no
recollection of ever seeing or
hearing of one that embodies
as many really good points as
the Jones Locked. Its cheap
ness is not the only thing that
commends it to the public.
Its construction is such that
cattle may try as hard as they
like they cannot break it down.
The wires will not sag, so that
there is practically no repair
ing to be done. The growing
demand for the Jones fence is
convincing proof that it is des
tined to supersede all other
methods ol building wire fence.
Its economy brings it within
reach of every one 6 cents
each for steel wire stays to
take the place of a post that
costs 1 6 cents or more is an
item for )our cinaleraiioii.
.Just Received by last "A Uhlraliii" a Large Stock of
DRESS FUNETTES !
To be old for oxi: vi-:ku om.y at 10e., lliAe., Ue. and lGJo.
per vard. CJooilw worth 2oe. a vnrd.
..SBO PIECES. ,
In 10-ynrd lengths, reduced from $1.00 lo 7:1 eciili.
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, II. I.
The Drug Business heretofore carried bv Uol
lister & Co. has been incorporated under the
inline of the ......
Having the largest and most complete stock in
our line, we are prepared to off r our eutoniers
the bt'Ht goods at the lowest prices.
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.,
( L I IM I T EJ ID )
583 Fort, 8trRt - "Honolulu, U. T.
TKI.KI'IIONi: im l. o. IIOX ,17a
IMl'OHTEK AND DBAMSIt IX
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter
VT ALWAYS ON HAND jft
New Goods Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco.
t0 All Onlcrs faithfully uttcinl tu. Hut t-fm-t Ion umiranti'nl. IMntnl Oiiluia
sollulti-il anil jacked with care
Lincoln Block. Kino Simxt, IJkt. Fout and Alakiia Stiii:i:t.s.
HUTU TKI.KI HONKS -'!
LEWIS & CO.,
Ill FORT STREET.
-I. O. l!0. L"i7
c (I lidiii! I
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fruab Goods by Every California Stoamcr.
ICU - IIOUSK - GOODS - A - SI'KCIALTV.
Islands Oiidimis Solicited. .Mft 1&" S.vtim vhion (jc.viianteed.
1'. O. IIOX 115
Hawaiian Hardware Co., Ifi
Oionit HHi'i'l(i'lh' lllimK,
HOT I'ORT ST 1? KMT.
II L MelNTYllK & HRO.,
lltrOIIILItS AND DL.Vl.Klls IN
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
New liouils ItiM'i'lvml liy Kvi'ry I'mkul f r. 1 1 1 llu' Ka-tiTii nii,' ami Kuriic,
niKSll - CALII-'OHNIA - HlOIMVi: - IJY i:T.I5Y - STIiAMKK.
All OnliTs faithfully atli'ii'lisl tu ami li'ni.ls I . li i-rt-.l tu nn
I'art nf llm City I'lll.l..
IbLAND (JllllCIIS SoLIUITCD.
l-'Olt'l A Nil KINO STUI-:r.T8