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SATURDAY, JUNE .), 1894.
LOOAL AND OKNERAL NKW3 !
No Hci.LEriN Monday.
V. A. Kiiitmy auil V. V. Asliforil
are iu town again, j
Mako a noto of thucuriluf Consoli '
ilatoil Soda Water Co.
Soe UollistiT Drug Co.' Iit of
Dan Vula is doing ll atitl it i
oxpecttnl he will bo al)li to Ih tip in
a few days.
Itnv. Ih'iiry 11. Itiro of Oakland
will spoak at tho Y. M. C. A moot
ing to-morrow cvoning at t:.'k).
Tho ship Etnpiro called in lioro to
ilolivor part of tho crow tip to tho
luitoil Statos Consul for refusing
Tvvouty-livo piy vvero brought
oor from Muni on tho Clandino to
tlay for Kaniuhanieha day I'olobra-
Thoo intorostod tit tho woman
tnlfrago ittotion nro holding a povv
wow in tho Y. M. C A. parlors tlii
Judge Cooporrotttrnod from hear
ing a oao at Wnilnkii. in vvhiidi tho
loeal Circuit Jiulgo was ilistpialifieil.
In the Ivinau to-day.
..."., ".."'' """r""'-" I lie mini woman sas: "i nave ,a,i; l:li. p. in., services in HarracKs; ',vv- "' ' '"''" '".- Krcnfornll llnlin Url Horws.
and C. 1-. Horner and wife came been delicate all my life. For the ;::) p. ,., Bible Studv in Y. M.C. A. , Stone that Will sharpen knives ! , 1.(,v, ,,.,.,.
over from Mam on the Kinnii this ,,at ,,N years I hao always roll i5::K .. in., Gospel Priiiso Service Iim .lflfl a cnrt of imIim' took bet- M '' ,"'' QUEEN L1LILOKA- pr..r
morning for tho races. tiivd. languid, and weak. I had a Y. M. U. A. Tiiwby, 7-JW p. til., ! a n , . 1 ' ,u LAS1" CL'IV t'L'USE,
.?.:... . i..i .-,..!.. it... ' . ? . ' Vi , x' u..J I ter than anvthtntr else in the .......
tJhX!Sa.ra.rH They're worth a dol- , v
!nor,ar UV)ur' TTvZ! t J !:Til X "' ' "" I lar apiece but we let them go " "' "" y""
..t by a press of maUcr. i.-l m.,rw..1.1 retch and straf,,, bin U .d CM, cl, of Jesus ' at .?.,ha,lf; , , , ,. 7th Itaco -COIHNTHIAX" ItACE.
Two more deserters from tho .hjhW l,i uj nl u uR here was iy": t . I he Hendry Double 1'urmw 8ILVKU CUP, $75.
portet. ine in. u loiiipi.un iii.u 1 vices will bo hehl Minday as folhm: . manufacturc( because It IS nil llnwulluu llr.-d Hor-i, tot- rldd-n '"""
tho slop .. unlit to go to sea. ? I ,, . r n u uas lob, Mb , , 111 I act c by rf
Dt-louates ,) W. Kalua and W. I.
l'ogue returned from a short loaio
of absence this morning, and renin
ed their seats iu tho I'otiwnlion.
"Alabama" Mitchell arrested a
llashily dressed Chinaman this morn
tug for selling opium. Mitchell had ,
a marked coin pji-et on the Mou
The steamer Mikahala and (.'Ian
dine returned a da ahead on ac
count of Moudat being a national
holiday. They discharge their car
The extra Saturday evening dinner,
accompanied with music b tin
Quintet club, ami followed by a
dance, will be given at the Hawaiian
Hotel this evening.
The exhibition of the Art League
in now open. It should not lie miss
ed. Extended notices of tho exhibi
tors and their work will appear
from time to time iu till- paper.
1 no liisuop tu 11011
Honolulu will dis
lie Sabbath 011 Sundai
c.to. 111 rji. aim 1 row ca
thedral. Tho subject being "Tho
progressive memorials of the Sab
You will got both politic and
good morals iu tho Hawaiian llaid
ware Co.'s screed of thir date. What
vou get at tin linn's store is. how
ever, much better, so just road the
columu and find out some of the
leading articles for th" plantation
ami the household.
The annual examination of the
Kawaiahao and Knumakapili Sun
day schools took place at 10 o'clock
tins morning at Kawaiahao. The
program cousiMcd of singing by the
Sunday schools and addrex-es by
lloiin. II. Wkiorhoiiso and V. H.
It ice, and ll'!. S. L Dcnha and t
11. Ci illicit. A luau was given in tie
chnruh.vard after the ehibiiiou
TtiH Frachoi-s Eutnrtatuuil.
On Tliursday aflornoou just after
lJr. TalmageVaildress, the Woman's
I Joan I of Missions entertained the
members of tho Hawaiian Eaug-li-cal
Association and their friends in
tho Sunday school hall. Uo.oiis of
tallies covered with suov linen ami
provided with napkins were laid
with substantial refreshments, and
tea and collco were sered to the
guesls-of tho occasion by ladies of
tho Board and of Central Union
Church. While the repast was til
ing dispotud of there was a general
social reunion participated iu by a
largo number of ladies and gentle
men. Hon. A. S. Willis, United
States Minister, and Mrs. Willis, aNo
Jtev. Messrs. itici) and t'oyle of Call
Fire This Afternoon.
Tho Hull telephone sent iu an
alarm of lire at 1:10 o'clock this af
ternoon. The chemical engine res
ponded and tho blaze was found to
he iu a house beyoud St. Louis Col
lego, owned by . Lining Moon,
clerk in E. U. Hall A; Sou's store.
Notwithstanding the ellortsof the
Chemical and Engine No. I which
arrived later, tho structure was
burned to the ground. Beside a
few tables nothing was saved.
The house was tenanted l O Ul
cer St ouo. The cause of the lire is
unknown, as no ouo was in the
house, tho landlady having left just
live minutes before.
Opoii League Muotlug
Tho American League held an
open meeting yesterday evening to
discuss the now Constitution. Tim
Murray, president of the league, in
opening tho meeting staled that iu a
secret meeting that body had pa.ed
a resolution calling on their repie
seiiiativo in the Convention to use
his iulliiouco to lower the income
ipialiiication from .HXI to film. That
clause in the document was not in
conformity with the members' ideas
of oopular government Tho term
of tiio President's iuoiiiulmuc) should
also ho reduced to four years Set
oral others spoke for and against
certain clauses in the Constitution
Joe Emerson wanted a clause insert
d to allow women to vote
Throa Fortunes Women
We will intiudui'H you to the old
ot one tlrst Hor name is Mr. Jos
hIo liiwoll, and ho ltvo3 near the
city of Now York, in America. She
was boru in London in 1787, and is
therefore I0." year-t old. She reniem
her many incidents of her child
hood, and still lias traces of former
beauty. Hor ovos are bright, and
become animated when she talks.
She retains her mental faculties
completely. Shodc-u'eniWlwo Mights
of stairs to every meal, and ictnrus
without assistance. I p to three
years ago she was a regular atlutid
ant at the Greenwood Baptist
Church. Her ight is evcollent, and
sho rend the newspapers oery day,
and takes great interest in tho now
from Kugl.'iuil She has never had
any sctere illnc in her life, and hot
appetite and digestion are almost as
gond as they worn fifty years ago.
The second woman says: "Ever
since I was a child I have sulTered
from illiiesn. Thirteen oars ago a
tired, languid, and heavy feeling
came over me. Tho whites of in
eves became tinged with jullow, 1113
skin was sallow, and m hands and
feet were cold and clammy. My
month tasted badly, especially in
the morning, and 1 was often sick.
Mimitiug a sinir, froth lliiid. I had
a pain in the chest and sides, heart
burn, and ilatuleuc. For four years
I siitrcred like tlii. and I tdinlUto
glad to recommend the medicine
that litiall. cured me." (Signed)
(Mrs) Khxmls Ejiii. Smith, Ma.
WoodhoUfc Street. Leeds. Jauuar)
tune tin legs would swell very much.
No doctor was aide to help inc. nor
auv medicine; that is, up to the
time I took the one which gave me
ui In-all li back. I never felt so well
in" in life as I do now." (Signed;
(Mrs." mii u Sii.udia.n, Clinton, near
Market Deeping. February IU, IS.I2.
Wh do we put those three women
in a gioup the one venerable wo
man in America and the two others
hero in England? They are perfect
t ranger to one another ami always
will be. We do it to show how long
and happily a woman may livo if she
oul happens 10 escape the malady
that everywhere threatens hor sex;
and also to show that those who
have been huidoiicd and cursed with
it may be cured and once more
la-te the jo,n of health.
Mrs. Smith concludes her letter iu
tho-e winds: "After taking three
bottle of Mother Seiuel's Curative
Syiup all pain and sickness left me,
niid I know no more of the ailment
that had troubled mo so long, iudi-ge-lion
and d -pepsin. I know
others who have been benefited by
therup. All -ullerors should use
Mr- ."iliiirtiimi adds that after she
had doctored ami doctored and tak
en everything, almost without get
ting anv' good frouiil, Mr. Webster,
a grocer of (Sliiitou, said "Wh
don't you use Mother Seigol's Cura
tive Syrup?" Sho acted on his sug
gestiou, and health wasn't long iu
coming. "1 cannot speak too highly
of Smgel' Syrup." she says We
should agree with her in that opi
nil 111. for a remedy that will iu a few
week- put an end to a ca-o of chro
uic iudige-tioii and dyspepsia is cer
tainly worth a good word or two.
Now here you have these three
Engli-hwomou one so fortunate as
lo have lived moie than a ceutur.v
without illlle--; (he others inlill mutt
it'i-iitiftl'i have known the sadness of
-tillering and the picn-iiro of recov
ery. Oh. my! oh, my! how hard it is to
tell who is best otf in I his queer
Kumiliuin hit Day.
An excursion train will leave Ho
uoliiiu depot at S:Ki o'clock for
i'earl City and Ewa plantation. A
second "tram will leave at l:lfi
Tenth annual meeting of tho Ha
waiian .lo key (.'lub at Kapiolaui
I'ark. K-ices coniiueiico at 111 o'clock.
Salutes at noon.
Ann ml picnic of Central Union
Chinch Sunday school ami Y. M. C.
A . ai Oahu College grounds all day.
En-Id meeting of tho Honolulu
Amateur Athletic Club at !S::i0
o'clock at tho Leaguu baseball ,
grounds. Adtni.--inn, twenty-live
Concert at EuiiuaSipnre, 7::S0p. m.
Mr. I'reimaii, under the auspices '
of tint .lockoy club and tho Park
committee, has arranged to give
tho lunch 11111I1 r tho grand stand, 011
the 1 1 tli of Juno. Ladies and gent lo
men will lie accommodated with a
line lunch, as Mr. (idTard has placed
the catering and arrangements for
the lunch, under Mr l-'ieimau's
Consolidated Soda Water Co., L'd
E3 FLiA-KT A.DE3 :
Oar. Alien & Tort SU., Honolulu.
Atlas Assurance Co.
W. SCHMIDT it SON.s.
..'i-iils fi.r HiOMiliili I -1:1 In 1 H.
1 1 it.-1 1 1 js ji . 1.1 r
1&. I or iili- hi
I0I l WA1AI.AK IIANOII.
ST. ANDREW 9 CATIIKDRAI..
Third Suuday after Trinity. Tb
sorvteos of St. Andrew's Cathedral
will bo as follows: 0:) a. m., Holy
Communion; 11 a. tn., Morning
I'ravor and sortnon; .1:.10 p. tn, Ha
waiian Evensong; 7:.T0 p. tn., Evou
soug and sermon. Subject, "The
Sabbath Day." I'roacher, tho Hishop
Tho services of tho Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
to-morrow (.Sunday) will be as fol
lows: 11:15 a. m.. Morning Prayer
with sorinon; Vouitu Hoyco in O;
To Dotiiu, Woodward iu L flat;
Honedictus, Hayes in I ; hymns, 21l
and 231; Anthem. 'O Saviour of the
World." by Ooss. !::) p. in., Even '
!ii. i ...... :r..... Turn.
song with sermon; Magmlicat. riiru- r1(! memburs of the Coiistt- ...
or in A: Nunc Dimniittis. Clupp in . 1 -..,,,,,,.:,, nr,. nrar. ' M
E Hat ; iivmns. -mi, l5l and :l ICttv. tutioiMl Convention arc prac-Alexamli-r
Mackiiitoh. pator. All tically carving the destiny of
aie cordially iuMtod, the embryo Republic. In the'
oATitoMc lATtiKinut. wor(s 0f ijennis Kearney the ! M
At n;l"V'Sh"';:VV;:Kli:rN!: , "Pen is mightier than the!
as ii-u.u. ti i tiuvn vuii'iivii f 1
Mass with English iust ruction. At 1
HI::ri High Mass with native and ; with him and call the attention
Portuguese !V"Va.V:!i"" 1",, 'I;, "i';; I of the delegates to our assort
Hosarv and Catechism. I p. in., in t h. . . ,, . ,
winter season (November to Kobrti- ! ment of I able Knives and
ary). List) p. in., iu summer season I Carvers. They are made of
Inm Tlio M. 1:Sac,raun);,,n,,We!!k: selected steel and will carve or
ly Services f, and 7 a. in.. Low cut anything even to the pro
Masses. verbial spring chicken. And
V. 51. C. A. IIALI.. ( l.- ,.,,,, CnrrmHitn llmf lun
Sunday, II a. in., sen ices in Oal.11
:.) p. 111
SEVTSril liV UIVKNTISTS.
Seventh Day Advent il Church,
corner I'liuchbowl and Iteretauia
streets, iu U. West's cottage. Sab
bath school, 1:.'M; social meeting af
ter Sabbath school. Diblo reading
every Sunday evening. Everyone
CUNTIUI. CMOS Cllt'llt'll. ,
Sunday School at U:lii a. 111.
Morning service at 1 1 o'clock. Young I
People's Society of Christian En- j
deavor will meet at Ib:t0 p. m.
All are cordially invited to all ser- j
Of Hood's Sarsaparilla is always
within (he bounds of reason because
il is true; it alvvnys appeals to the
sober common sense of thinking peo
ple because it is true; ami it is al
ways fully substantiated by endorse
ments which iu tho financial world
would be accepted without a mo
Hood's Pills cure liver ills, consti
pation, biliousness, jaundice, sick
Mock lleor iu bottles, two for 10.,
at the "Empire."
;, tiii: i's'dkiik riNici), nr.o ro
inform their f rlt-ml Unit llii'lr
slur,", uill ii'it in- nM-iii'd on MUMlAi.
I tie IIUi In lu
ll. MAY A I'll.,
II K. Mi IM'VIIK A lllll".
HII.VKV I) VVIH A I'll
I. i:VIS A I'U
IMCUVllllltt. IM I'lllll'l .1.
:-i- v O 1
sim f ' m
inn v v
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w o ?
BawaliBD Hardware Co.. L'd
Saturday, June !t, 1894
Coxey ami Brown got twenty
lays each for hoisting "Old
Glory" on the steps of the
Capitol at Washington. This
merely shows that the ll g of
freedom, etc., has rights which I
must be respectt d. Since Con '
gress has been composed of
men who have been made the :
subject for attack by their party
press, tne wonaer is not so
great that "Old Glory kicks, t
" . , p.,,.,icc n( 1 i.rf.,
,bllt tfut " OoddehS ol Libert)
has not taken to the woods.
T-i 1 t i... - ! I
, ,1 1 " 1 . ftr
sworn, out we oeg to utner
. f .. um. irm,.r,.
Ifiv fcliv t ti,m , f,,w& &..iv.i j
stronuuranuo lighter uratii?ht
S.me other furrow plows arc
uooil but none quite so trood !
as ours because it is the latest j
and we had all other makes to
improve upon. There is noth
ino, but what will stand some
improvement, but the man who
improves our Hendry Plows is
The enforcement of the Sun
day observance laws may be a
hardship to some people and a
reduction of profits to others,
but when people jjet accus
tomed to purchasing their
cioars on Saturday everything
will be easy. Naturally there
will be kicking over the action
of the authorities, but if they
should 10 back to the law in
force in 1 8511. the hmvl would
be universal. In those days it
was illegal for the people to
use horses to draw their car
riages to cnurui, or in tact to
use horses at all, and it was a 1
common thing to see ladies
drawn in a "go cart" by one or
two kanakas clothed in malos
and a serious look. The same
thing to-day would be consid
ered not only indecent but
cruel. Only a few years ago
the use of carnages or horses
on Sunday in I lonolulu was
considered illegal, but the law
was so obnoxious that it was
wiped off the statutes. There
are worse ctimes than that of
selling cigars, committed every
Sunday in the ear. ""lis a
sin to steal a i.in, to steal a
'tater 'tis a greater." It may
be a sin to sell soda water and
1 cigars on tne sabbaiu out tt s a
cussed sight worse to beat car
pets in plain view of the people
going to and coming from
church. The people here vary
in their ideas of the proper
way to observe the first day of
the week, "one man's meat is
another man's poison." We
! would not knowingly sell the
material for a do.i-n miles ol
' the Jones Fence to be built on
i Sunday, even though a couple
of thousand feet could be built
on that particular day and the
purchaser would save consid
erable money by adopting this
st)le of fence. If the law
against Sabbath breaking is to
be enforced, let it include the
entire statute or drop it en
tirely. Ilaviland China is as cheap
as white ware all things con
sidered, and moie useful than
decorated ware of other makes
because your set is never in
complete. We've sold thou
sands and thousands of pieces
I of this Haviland China, and we
' expect to sell hundreds of thou
1 sands more, because it is get
1 ting more popular every day.
Remember that, when you buy
a set of our I laviland you get
25 per cent, discount from the
piece price. That, anil the
fact that you can always dupli
cate a broken piece is what
makes it popular.
We have casks and casks of
cheap lamps, either hand or
stand, to be opened next week.
EIGHTH ANNUAL MEETING
Maui Racing Association
July 4, 1894.
Rices to Commence it 10 1. m. Sharp.
1st Race "SL'KECKELSVILLE"
Itiimilin' Knee. U Mile l)nsh. Fre
for nil Hnwalinn II red llorse.s.
Haco - " WAIKAI'U " I'UltSE.
yt Mil I hcli Kred
Kaco - " WA1HEE" I'L'KSE,
TruttliiB nnl I'niltiK Itiuc. I Mily
Hi-nts, Ix'ot 3 In 5 All lior-c ftlth n
record of 'l:2: or lirttcr to w to Itouit--urt.
It h Itaco -"KULA" I'L'KSE, .'(.
Iminl!' or iiiuirr. 10 carry
l lauo 'TltOTTlNO and PAiV
? ItAt'E. PUUSE,
I Mllr llests twit 'J In .1 lo hitriK .
Kruc te nil linr-es not Iihv-Iiik re
cord of 'J:lo or loiter.
Sllh Itaco "KAHULL'I"
Itiinnlne Knrr. I Mile lnli. I'rue
fur nil Ibiunllnii Itnil Hur.-e.
im. All Kntrluk to l-Ios- on Tlll'ltH
DAY, Jiiiii-'.'1st, at !'. o'clock iiihiii, nt thu
nlll.i- of I hu llnwnllnn Comnivrrlnl mid
!SiiKnrio. siorv. Minium, hiitry rcr-10
In- 10 jM-nriit of tin- I'ur-p, iinli-s ollu-r-
rim or lroili-d
illidrr the Hull-
YSfc. All llorri nut wlihdrnwu ly
Tui-sdiiy, July. 'til, 11 1 Iju'i.ln'k neon, nro
exMvli'd to "turt.
All lliru are i-xix-i'lrd to se
lf :ir on tin- Trnck at the tniief Uic i-ll
froni tin- JildK'- Hlnml. i)lht-rU- th'V
will Ik- llm-il.
Ut'lD-rnl Admission . .
(iroinl Htnnd uxiru)
(unrtcr Stretch HhiIkis
. . l IViita I
rHM'eiits mid l
M. T. LYONS,
f-is-ri-mry M1111I Itiu'lni: Assoclnllon.
O. R. & L. Co.
Mil Itaco-" WAILUKt'" I'L'HSE
Kiuitilliit unci', s .mi if Him i:in-iii
Monday, Jlllie llth'Newspapers
Excursion : Rates ! Periodicals.
Pair) Oily and Return:
3d Olau SOo.
1st 01am 75c;
Ewa Plantation and JUtura:
SI; 2d Clus 75o.
lliHKilillil nl 3:l
mid l.-l.l I', m.
GEO. P DENISON,
lO'll '.'I .Sllrt-rlUtl)lldfllt
'PO I.KT ON ItKltK
X lunln Din-el ni-ur Mil-
riMIKKK Nlt'KI.V Kl'lt-
1 lliahnl ItiMilHHRt No.
4 (lurdun Ijint.
n'rtet, for vilhur family or
blnulo tteiitlcinun. Tt-ruiH
rpll IM:i: NIl'KI.Y l'l It-
1 nl-hi-il Kotiins l' h t
in o iirlvtuc fauill). Aiil)
at No 1ST Nliliuini Hircet.
Ilvii doom itliuvi- Vinvynrd slret
CUITTAOK TO I.KT ON
Kinnii street, tine hlook
frnm linrju cur, all uiodurn
lniirovuiiieiits, iiIki llnrn,
Htahh-s Hint bi-rvMiit's Himhu,
N. 8. 8
I I WAIKIKI ON 'I UK
i llmiiih. I'oiiifortiihh'
iimilnrc for one or two Mu
cin lielilleini 11 . iHiurd on-
tlonul, Imthltl' fiii'lllliiii-tiuiNl
inwi if lll'I.I.K'I'IS' OKKIt'K
Kvrry ilncriptiun uJUIt I'HIN'I'IMi
ilonr nl ih' Hutl'tin O1W,
Robiusou Block, Hotel
AVe have Just Received from San KranciKco per Barkentine
"Platitei,M the LnrgcHt Assortment of Furni
ture ever imported into this coun
Handsome Carved Bedroom Sets
In SolM O.tk nmt of the Wry Ijitrst Do-Irhi. h,
K x t e 1 1 t ) 1 1 I'nhlc? nil slr.ci nltli Cliulrs n. Hldclioar Is to liiatcb.
v hnvu 11 cotiiiMi'tc
I i Villi- covrn-d with l'orilrr lire the
hint- IxiiiiiI'iiI dl)!ti nf lli" xiHid. c(Hiitlii(; of Sufii, Clislrs, Heckurs, Kle.
I'.tc. mi enn y;' tln-so koik1 In miy ilnlli yon doi-lrp.
IiImIiil' riHiin l.'hiilro Ito'-klnx
nrMirl tin-lit uf Wnvun Wire Miiilri--i-s, .Spring, llulr. .Must, Wool mid Mirnw Mat
tn'i". ell hiilnl und iit.iilc to order.
i.ivi:iiki:k rKAi'itKitd asmhii.k ki.os kui: imi.i.mwh.
WINDOW HIlAHr.s IN A I.I. rol.Oltri AM) Hl.KS,
roitNli'K I'OI.KH IN WOOD (lit ItltAsJS Tit IM Ml SUM.
ItKI'AlltKIl AT UKASONAHI.K ItATKS.
' VaDUUH lna&luy
in nl I tt
Vu W iikcn s-rlul fi-iiliircef INTKItlOII DKl'OUATINO.
, miller tin- ivroiiiil iiiH-rvblotl of Mk Ui.oI'.i.i. Oiiiiit w.
1 VMu All our Unn1 nn- llrt-olu und
i-oiivlni'v tie- itiii-l ski-pili-al
Our Prices are Positively Placed at Bedrock.
Hki.i. 525 -TBLKPIIONES Mctcai. 045
ORDWAY & PORTER.-
"Golden : Rale : Bazaar
i With Hi.- "Attsirnlu," .lcpuiti..).
May 'U will go rurward or-
dl'ls for fllll smmlil'S of
S.' Hiil;fCiiiiions art soli
I ejtc-il for nil kimln of Nuwm
j peiri iiihI l'crioilicul.i which will
receive ciiroful itml pronijit ut
I tout ion.
3? All siilisciiitioiin miiMt In
j uiiil iruiii(itly itiul in uilvuiicu
I just tin-sniiic a-, lliouh tlit-snli-
si'iibur scut direct to the pub
1 2? In this new ilciuiliiin 1
liopf to receive the same share
j of ialroiuigo which litis I icon at
I eunluil to 1110 in all utloitd on my
I iiiitt liciotolbic, anil 1 mm May
the uoiilidonco tlntr- aH'orilml will
not he misplaced.
Wholesale a Retail.
KIM.I 1.1 N i: n
Silk and Cotton Dress Goods,
I! IIIHI Ui
OF 1 OMI'I.KTK Midi h
i' h Yiiniiitovii d Vokiihiinia
Whelivoit fire in 11 1 nl ,i tn liu.
of Jupui Otiiuli, (-it, ih lirtt . 1 1 uml
live Kuii all iiriiiind luuii
SOU Voi Q;, n.ki Suauiu IIoum
St., bet. Fort & Nuuanu.
Ktook of tlirup goods.
lntet tiling nut.
V liRVr llirni In
1 Si !
Ch-ilrs, Oilli-p t'hnlrs, UiiliiiNtruil Cl:l.-,.
Branches by Competent Workmen
from (In- vury Ijiii-m Ii-Ikii. A visit will
Tin' following ti'stiuionial
Iiiim boon I'ocolvod from u pro
minent pluntation owner uml
lliiMil.ri.c, II. I., May t. IM'H.
ISniii il show mik Co. I.'ii, Honolulu.
tlfntlriitfit ' -
Yon uk my iiiiiiilun of l.urul as tt I'nllil
I Inivi- i-xi-rlinuiiti'd with l.m-ol Oil for
uul-lilo uml iiihldn work, 11U0 on Iron work.
iuiiilliiK my vuemtiii ).itii, iiiachln-rv and
eeiitrlfiiyu, with II und the result has
heei 1 most i-utli-fiietory. It drit-a harder,
miikex 11 heller llnlih, k' farther and In
inort- -uilfnelur) in every wuy than liu
I't-rliilu iialul work which win alwn
klickv wilh Unseed oil, dried hanl whau
l.neul Oil wu iimiI.
Yoiiry irnl.v, Am. Dkkikh,
Direction for Use.
I'i-o l.ri'in. iu ovury rokpoi'l in llio
mono maiiuiT at you would liuHced
oil, vviili thi'hinnlcuxcoition tliutyoti
limy add fully ouo-iUiir' r mure l,i
nil. tn llio ciimo iiinuiitj ot iigmunt
lliiiu you would u( liiiMM-il.
Iu ilsiun iiuitiillln. Voni'tiuu red, tin
oi'lui-r., uml otlior dry iiv;muutH, it is
iidvimiliht to mix up tin.' luiiiit ut lcurl
out- day liefou' il is to in- turd, tlieu
mid 11 t til 1 il miiro ht'ooi. mid the piiint
will In- found 10 i-ovtir well mid huvt
11 good gliwh.
NKN'KIt USK .lAl'A.NS.
When' I11111I nlirfucL'.s ntit-li iir IIihith,
r)ti'ih, oil!., uro n-ipiiii-d lice lilli ugi
only, never lino .lapiiiih.
1.IUUII. MtXKH WITH VAIt
NIHHKS and ar-Kirtn thou workiiiK and im
pruver tlu-ir iiiH';ir.uii'c hut iiikv
hllOIM.ll UK I'hK.II HA.MK DAY TIIKV AUK
Mixhii, otliorwii-o tin- Kum of tin- vai
uihli may lie profipilnti'd or tin- mix
t nit- curdled.
Tho addition of fnnu t to of l.u
coi. 10 vurnirln- iloci- not leilnio ilimr
lii-tro nor retard tlioir liarilnuiuK and
drying uml il prevoulh llteii ciaekin.
Agents for tbe Hawaiian Islands