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National Cane Shredder
fATKNTKII tlNHKIl I'HK I.AWH OK I'HK HAWAIIAN ISI.A.NHl
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ou tho subject of botnnt, uot bo-,
i caune of auj pri'tWom-n 1 may have
j for that dopartmunt of natural his-1
tory, nor thnt I considor t lit study'
1 so essential in Stt-elf. I Jot any as an
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j tiuu in in itn8 imptTMiiii muu unrei
. scionces that mlht bo namctl; as a
means oi uuvelopititf tin powers oi
AUCTION SALE OF THE
Steamer " Waimanalo."
Iu the Circuit Court for the Fint
Circuit In Admiralty.
IN THK MATTKnToKTHKHTKAMKU
In pursuance ol n stipulation made,
duncd and Hied bv the nartles to the above
entitled ranse, on the 8th day ol Jane,
' tho mind it s of izrvntur importance 1 WH, the nnderslgned will sell at Public
iUnniniL. ..ft........ It onnanla Aucl on. at the Fish Market Wharf, in
than any other ie nee. It appea a Honoll,i, on SATURDAY, the 23.1 day ol
TUIE UNDEIISIONKD HAVK UKBN A1TOINTE1) SULK AUKNT.s Kill:
these SilUKDliKltH ami uu; now prepared to receive orders.
The j-reut advantages to be derived from the use of the National Cank
Hiihkdukk are thoroughly established tntl aeknowlediseil by PUnterr
The large uuitilior of Planter using them in the United Stales, Culm,
Argentine Republic, I'eru, Australia ind ebewhere. beat witness to the
The Use uf the SlIltKiuiKK very iHrgely iiniiieiils Hie ouuntity of enut
the mill citn grind (i!!i to 50.), ulso the uxlritetlun of juice (( to i'2).
It is ii great a(egunrd, making known ut once the presence of an)
pieces of iron, stakes from curs, or anything which would be liable to dnniitgt
Hie mill, and allowing ample lime to remove s.une before damaging the mill,
t'lio SllHKKDKU it very strongly made, und from the manner of Its opera
tiou it cuts or tears there pieces of wood or iron without often breaking tht
SiiKKliDKit; and if uny.hiiig breaks, it is simply some of the knives or euiters.
winch can be quickly and econuiniciulv replacul. The HiiUKtuiKii, as Up
name indicates, tears the cane into shreds of varying lengths, perfectly open
ing it and allowing the mill to thoroughly pit's? out the juices without re
quiring the immense extra power m eessary to grind or crush the wliolt
cane. The SlliiKiutKit spreads the shtedded eaue uniformly and evenly to
tin- null rolls, and does away with the necessity of spreading the bagasse b
hand between the mills, where rcgriiiilmg is in use. No greater amount ol
IhhI.!- capacity is required to opeiate the Smiikudkk than that which war
dtitllcieut for the null, for the above rcasou. We furnish full working
drawings for the installation of our HiiiiKiniKhs, enabling any eoinpeteiit en
gineer to suecesifutly Install and larl them.
In ordirinK SliKKIiltKUH from us, pbMse send iniill sketeh, liowiiif tin
diameter and width oi till mill lull- Willi whiell SlIKhlUiKK U to he connected,
eil-o the ide (cither right or lefl hand ,ii you face ' .. deliery ide of the
iinll, Uiu whieli the mill engine i located, ali the height fmui lltn-r Hue
to veutei of (rout mill roll shaft, and di-lnncc center this shall to front end
ol bed plate. These SlIKKDliKKs are now being UM-il by the llllo SltKiir Co
mid llawi Mill, Kohala, where lliey an; giving great satisfaction.
iJkT" I'ricep and fiiriher parlieulars may be had by applying u
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.. Id..
"' t ' ' lililif- rts Ihr IIiih-iHiiH iliwl"
V 1 1 Hi .X .TW
I.MI'OUTEU AND DliALKU h
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter
Vtr ALWAYS ON HAND J0
.lew Goods Received by Eveiy Steamer from Sao Francisco.
IW An Orderr tultlifally
iliiite nd ,rK'U-il with rum
nttciiil U. ntilnilliii Kiinrntitcml Mmiil ilnliir
Lincoln Ruh:k, Kino SThtirr, llfcr. Konr am Alakka Stuketn
OUIH I'KI.KI HllNKh '.'Kl
v ihx er,
Oahu Railway d Lam! To.
OKKUKS THK f'UULIl
Another Great Opportunity
To Secure Uouiea tn Onn of the Moat
Delightful Localltlt to be
Found In the Parndiax
of the Pacific
An s limllliy revert I'cnrl 5ll litis
alroady pitahlislipil an suvlablp reputation.
Many goHl eltltenn In this community
hiivucxM'rlenml tbe woinlerhll ell'ent pro
diiceil by a few days sojourn In that dry,
riHtl ntniiMphnrp, and give mtcfiil le-ll.
moiiv to tlm relief t hoy have ahauM hi
Mniillv gnliiL'd from severe and lung cmi.
iluueii uttacki of athniii. riiylulnii
imiinlntiMl with tin' ellmntp of IVurl I'lty
recommend It nn imttirataiiltarliun
THE WATER SUPPLY
And cnii be 'liori'rtl U Ineel the iirnU ol
a Miiii1ntton ihiihI hi thn !iiri;ei eliy in
I'aor. A. II. l.ON ill Oullll l'ltle)(f r
our anthnriiy for statiiiK that ths water
supply Ii the putW yst discovered in thl
Il'l i i i I M
porters. wliOMle ttctail bnicers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Frosh Goods by Every Calllornia Steamer.
1UK - HOUSE - CJOOUS - A - SPECIALTY.
Isl.M OnnKkS SILI01TbD. Jtft V& SATI.SXAOTION UlUHAKTtiKU.
Special loducemenis lo Early Settlers:
-P. U ItOX V
11. Ii. MulNl'YKli .V: HIU).,
IMroilTKK1 ANK DKALKW IN
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
Sw (JimhU liecelv.-.l Kver) I'licket (nun tin- KaMein Mates and Kuropr
KKKSH CALIFOHNIA I'ltODUCE - Y EVEUY STKAMKH
In mid lliiii Delivered U uliy
1m..vh Ohokhi SoLioriKn
ll'l ll k'IM. Jnte-e-TH.
J. J. EGAN Empire Saloon,
S14 fort Bteeet
ALWAYS ON II A Mi I UK
Latest Styles in Millinery
I UK l,A'lr IN
White aud Colored Worsted Goods
I'HK MOr.'! COM pl.K'l K H'lol'K UK
is niK nv -Dressmaking
Done by Mrs. Henucr.
Agent to Take Acknowledgments
WILL ArTKNH Hi
Management and Sale o( PropTii
- ANP -
Collecting in All Its Branches.
No. VI Merchant Street
Contor Hotel & Nutuuu BtreoU.
Family Wines and Brandies
PORT -n SHERRY
S3 Years OlcA.
E. 1ST. REQUA,
liCn MANAOhlt Cin
i. Ki; nn-NTY w
"Tbe SwItZ'jildn'l ol AiDMlca
Sulphur, Magnesia, Soda aud Iron Springs,
Hot Sulpbur Bath.
Vfe. IMiyxlolnnN recommend thuse, Wii
lora for Liver mid Kidnoy I)lciimt Itlieu
niatio und lllool Truiililun.
Good Sliootlno and PUhlag.
Ti-rmi: 110 lo IU per Woek.
tar Km l.rtlur Information, um.ly t'
VVM. DA VIES,
Rigger & Stevedore,
rtHI'IMA ll ANI :NTH.TN i
M.I. MS H1- OK WOHK
Tin- Srlii. "MAUI MA 11 1"
Will run r.yaiu'lv lieiween ilijf ,rl nnd
Wii'iiIiiii Kiiiiiliii,u Mi'knltilii, Keiivie
mo mid 1'iiiilki on I lie t -la ml ol Halm
I'or t-'eiirlii , tr ii, l, tlii I'iiihIii
Kor ninety iIhvk from date we will fell
IX)T8 ON Hl'KOIAL TBKMB fAVorolilr to
bunndldn settler. Kor n term of llirer
iiiontlm from dntc. luniher and nil hnlld
InK mntvrlalN will ha tiajiplliHl, nnd deliver
rd ut 1'onrl I'ity ut iniirli lower nrli'i than
ever beloru nlituined.
Fur further trtl-iilir. cull nt th o'tloe
or on any ol the Ininlior dcnlen in thl
city. Those who now own IoInas well an
those who ropo- tn heconie resident of
that growing eity, will do well to cmliroce
thin opportunity. Tlioewhu avail them
afUur of thin oiler, within tlietiiim named,
will he entitled to, aIicI will receive the
Fur a term of ten yeiirx, tlili- f"iiiiiny
will carry iicli realiluntb and their families
from I'earl City to Honolulu in the mom
i Iiik urrlviiiK a little hefun, ncven oVIoek, I
I and from Honolulu to lVurl tMty in the
' eveniiiK (h avlnu Honolulu itutlon a little I
lil'AKANTRKU I ultur live o'clookl, or ton eenti each way, i
, a rate le than onn cent jer mile. The !
mmmmmm ! rati"i on all other iatieii;er tralnx runniii); '
----- i duriiii! tho day or nlKht will be. i cent i
per mile lirnt elms', mid I cent er mile ,
A kooI hcIiooI 1 1 alinul lo lie niM-ned In '-
the I'enlii'ilU, in the tine, larne, new
hidiool-hoUHe ereoted hy Mr. J. T. Water
house. lleNidciitx living at I'rnrl City
hi'lnht)., lahove I 'our I City btatlon) and
those having homes on tho l'tnltinilu, will
hn allowed to ridn free on regular tiuiim
between lVurl City Hatlonn to nnd from
Thote who want tocontlnUflONeiid their
uhlldren to kcIiooU in tloiiolulu, eu huve
trani'iKirtntlon on all leulur train to and
from I'earl t'ity, for thn purpose, of atleml.
ing M'liool, at tlv cents encli way fur eaeli
pupil. Th it- l iipml to '.'I to '.tl mile- ride
for ten ninth
Kuul inducement (or thiiM' deiirmi; to
hecure liomeM in till rouiilry have lies-er
Iwforo lioeu oilered to thn pulille.
Till Company hit" been rrqiieMnd from
I abroad to name the price of all their un
, Mild laud in that locality.
i t-liould a cleuiance Halo hi nimie In u
i Hyndicato, noiipHirtuuity like the proem
' would 8)!hIii occur for the purchase of
liomeMflt IVarl City
to tho whole oliild. It comtnnnds
i attention. It inhrots. And with-
out nttentiun and Intorost tlieru can
I ho no tonohing, licnce mi tnuntal
Botany has been callnil I ho gentle
puiencn. Does the study of liotany
fttltivato Iho moral nature! The
1 moral nature hn it Mtriugs in the
icollngft. Tho feelings prompt our
nctiotie. Our actions iullueuoe the
lives of others.
From flowers we derive nougat ions
caused by their form, their color,
and their fragrance. Sensations are
tho first physical experiences of
which tho soul is conscious. Under
tho head of physical experiences
come emotion. The emotions which
plant study awakens iu the minds of
children whoso physical organisms
are normal, are omul ions of joy and
pleasure. Every emotion is attend
ed bv a desire. In this case, the
child" desires to give joy or pleasure
to another; it uiny be his mother or
some other member of the family;
or it may be his teacher or one of
his playmates. He therefore selects
the prettiest, sweetest It mors, or tho
largest, ripest fruits an a means lo
reach tho cud. The child learns the
history of tho plant : How it breathes,
how it is nourished, bow it increases
in size, how it reproduces itself, how
it works, nnd how it rests. Tho
plant's history leads tho child to
think of its Creator God; of God's
care. The contemplation of God's
care awakeus the religious emotion
Says White iu hit Elements of
IVdngogy, "It is true that observa
tion and the several thought powers
have each what may properly bo
called a scientific plan of activity,
possible only to the developed and
trained will. Iu common observa
tion the mind perceives only tho
more obvious qualities and rela
tions of objects, aud the resulting
concepts are the basis of tho facts of
common knowledge. Iu this scien
tific phase observation discriminates
more keenly ana perceives the
obvioiiH but often tho more imi
ant, attributes of objects, and the
resulting sharply defined concepts
are the Ii.imm of scieutifiu fuels. It
is, however, to be observed that
I lutriii llvi Itlmuita tit I Ititll tvlifl I ttt'nl fit
the same processes und activity of
l he same mental powers. This fact'
is made evident, if we compare the
menial processes involved iu the
concepts, facts, inductions, and clas
sifications which make upn common
knowledge of plants, with Ihnsniu-
Vlllvi'll ill I III, Hi'!, Oil till' .)lll'lll)tM. I
fads, inductions, aud classifications
included iu tho science of botany.
It Is also true that unclear distiue
tiou can bo made butweeii common
knowledge and scientific knowledge.
The one blends into the other, lint
the elementary facts of science do
uot constitute science. What is
further uooded is that deeper iu
sight of the reason which can (lis
corn those universal facts and prin
ciples and comprehend aud explain
all related knowledge, thus deter
mining and makiug possible its
orderly classification and nystematiu
arrangement. Hut liiimnu reason
does not Mop with the general facts
of induction that maku a science
possible, but it reeks to go back to
those causative energies and con
trolling laws that produce and ex
plain all events and phonomeua.
When such a causative anil control
ling principle is discerned, the high
est phase of scientific thought is
reached, aud the result is philoso
phy." "Tho highest aim of philo
sophy, aud cou.si'ipicntly of human
reason, is to discern tho ultimate,
uolf-dotoriniulng priuciplo of tho
universe." It was of Agassiz
And Nature, the old mtrn, took
The child upon her bnvo,
S'lviuit: "Hern in a dory book
Thu father hat written fur thee."
"Come, wander uith inn," mIiu nald,
"Into rcfjhniH yet uiilrod;
And read whut W -till unread
In the mmiui-cript!. of liod "
A- il Im wniiilcred awiiy nnd awa)
With Nalum, the dear old mire,
Who shiik to him nlht ami dav
The rhyme of thu universe. rt
Juno, l"!M. the Hawaiian Stpnmer "Wnl
mannlo," her Boats, Balls, Anchors, Tac
kle, Apparel and Furniture, as she now
llesoir the Fish Market Wharf. In Hono
lulu. This vcs-el has recently been re
paired and put In frst-clns condition nt
larue ixpene, and has not slurp been used.
Bhe Is schooner rigged, with full pomelo
inent of Satin, Anchors, Chains, Cables,
Boat and other Apparel and Furniture.
The 'Walmnnalo" is about 60 tons reg
ister; her dimension being about 07 feel
length! 13 feet beam; B' fret depth of
hold. She is equipped with engines and
hollers, suitable to her size, nnd Is capable
of steaming seven knots per hour In ordi
nary weather. Bhe Is especially designed
and adapted for the Inter-Island trade,
being of a sire most convenient nnd speed
and machinery equipment most economi
cal fur such trade.
Terms of Bale: Cash In U. H. Gold Coin.
t'osioslon given Immediately.
Dated this Mil day of Jnne, 1H4
B. O. HITCHCOCK,
Golden Rule Bazaar.
W. P. Reynolds, : Prop.
The Domestic Sewing Machine
makes happy wives and sweet
hearts. All kinds Machine Needles and
Attachments to make every woman
Guitars lo charm with song and
leave a happy smile.
Spectacles and Eyeglasses to Jit
all sights so that both old and
young may he happy.
Hi.,' . M
The " Oleviiluml "
scores tho first race
Wnlkur wins tin
H. J. C. Gold Medal,
and lowers the re
cord 20 seconds on
a "Cleveland" No.
land" If you
H. E WALKER,
Agent, Honolulu. II. I.
Dolls and Toys
to make the
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
lust Uecelvcd another Invoice of
Japanese Fancy Goods
- AND -
for Ladies and
Remington Typewriters to make
the business man happy.
Tennis Supplies to assist young
men a7id maidens to achieve hap
piness. Purses and Card Caves to mak't
your best girl happy.
Wallets aud Pocket Books to
make your best fellow happy.
Baseball Supplies to make "our
Visiting Cards and Society
Stationery to convey happiness
Office Stationery and Blunk
Books, and to complete the happi
ness of all
Buy n Stem
FOR YOKOHAMA DIREi).!
THK Al 8TKAMBIIII'
wc7s JV V VV
i s f --jVsv. V sp
r TOU AN.
VOIINO. ('oMMANtlKR, I
Will Iw due at this I'orl on or about I
June 8th, and will ,
Leave for Yokohama about July 1, '
h'tll.l, LINK UK
With Freight and Passengers.
r- Kor further partlrulars, apply to
W. O. IRWIN At CO., L'd,
Agentx Nlpton Yuseu Kalsha.
Plain and Figured Bilk and Crapo.
Plain Kith, and Kmhroldered.
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
Bilk Fans, Cushions,
Kmbroldered Bilk Tea Cosies,
Tnhlo Covers, Ucd Covers,
Bilk Bashes. Neckwenr.
Beautiful China Ware I
8alnd Bowls, Bon-bon Dishes,
Plates, Ktc. Ktc, Ktc.
Hllk nnd Cotton l'aamas.
JAPANESE SCREENS !
Itilg, Klepntlt Lamp 8hsdes,
llatuboo Cnties, l.unch Bnskets,
Bamboo Valises. Japanese Trays,
Ktc, Ktc, Ktc, Eta.
Mrs, J. P, P, Collaco, Proprietress,
The Tngawa Coal Mino Is
located iu Fukuoka Ken in
the aland of Kinshui, Japan,
and was discovered about
twenty years ago. It was
owned by the government
aud mined simply for the
Great improvements, how
ever, were made since it was
sold to a corporation about
six years ago, by importing
mining machinery from Eu
rope aud America.
Tagawa Coal is used more
than all other Japanese coals
iu the following countries:
China, Manila and Strait's
Settlements. It has found
its way even to Bombay.
Two cargoes have been
imported into the Hawaiian
Islands recently, aud it has
no superior in this market as
stove or steam coal.
G. E. BOARDMAN,
Sole Agent for K. Ogura fc
Saturday Afternoon, June 23d,
Silk and Cotton Dress Goods,
Ku. Kir. Ktc Ktc
! Silk, Liiii-n and Grapu Shirts YOKOHAMA BAZAAR.
jv.t 3i3Q o-cx-ocae.
- OK ru.MPI.KTK STOfK - I
Made by Yiimntnwi of Yokidinmn.
" Whviiinu nrn In nuM of any llt
, of Js.panei' Otmlh, give us llrxt out. and
, uv,' giilui! all around town.
SCO STort nt- n.ax Cvxatora 2Zsviiu
I "" . -
SOMETHING NEW I
PACIFIC TB.M8 CO.,
And Atfa7. liliiiKnlf unit, 'I m-o
In soioiico an inturprutntion of the
(lunitflitH of thu Cruator."
.rpillH IS TO NOTIFY THK I'lJIIUO
j X that I ulllnnt he resjioiislhle for any
j ilnhtb contracted In my name except by
I my written order.
! Honolulu, June la, ISil. Iisil-.tt
'PHK OWNKK IK THK Hi'HOONKIt
JL "Muhlmiilil" will not b- responsible
for an) debts contracted by the master,
crew or charter part) s It hunt his written
juri; i-. uu i.f.u.
87 KlDg St Mutual Tel. 662.
IhiKKaK" ''becked from Hotels and Kesl-
deuces direct to dcstiliation. .No
Itichecking at steamers.
lliinyage always put In State Itooms.
Modo of lloconcillation.
tlm CiniHtitiitioiml Ciinvon-
Honolulu, June lit, lnil.
IKW llM hi 'I .illirr ol J h.
over rjiireukels' llnnk. Knrl street
California UuUil, 6. f.
CEVLON TEA AND JEWELUY.
Itr.O TO INKOItM THK I'UHI.IC
1 that I have owned my Store at No. I.Vi
Nuiiiiiiii street with Ceylon Manufactured
.li'Hi'lry net with Ituliles, Sapphires, 1'earls,
eti Just received some I'urc Ceylon Tea
try II. Al-o Indian Habuiia and ltiinvm
i.'lKiir- An uiaiH'i'tloii nf my stuck is toll-
lt.-.l. W. J HA lilt IS,
SM1 No, Uh Nuuanu trt,
"A Word to the Wise is
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND GO,
Ii. K. DILLINGHAM,
I I bun
1 tiou ttiHtms to In diviilinl on the
(ini'slioti of wlnitliiir to riH-oncilo thu
Hoy alibi r or not. Sotno himuii to
want to nt ill rub popiinr In tlu i
wound nn it wm. Now 1 hiiL'Kiiat
ns n ini'aiis of pntirinjr oil on tho
itniulili'd wuIiuh thnt u n I'nmi
Uloiilinl tnn of nix yinrs in, tint uu-
! anllDlllillil... H.m.l ,l.l n I Ifl. .....I...i . '
niiiiniiii-,,11 anil null a i mniuiuii
oiikIiI to ho iromulat)d and not !
olt.'iilL'il, why not snliufy ovoryonn at i
onco and proimil,'nli Lilitiokalaui 1
as thn first I'rosidtint of thn pro-
posed Kopuhliu with a aix ynars
tiirin, Kvoryonii would liu Hatisfnu)
I lion I K. U. 11.
Ask Your Krinnda
Who Iihvo taliun Hood'nSamaparilln
what thtty think of it, and tho ruplit'H
will lui posit ivo iu itH favor. Simply
what Himd'n Snrsaparilla duos, that
tnlln tlm Htor. of itH nimit. Out) lias
ht'Kii iMtri'd of iiidigitMion ordyHpop
sin, anothiir IIiiiIh il iiidixjiinxal)ln
for sifk lii'adiii'ho or IiiIioiihiiusk,
whiln ni horn inporl ri-iunrliiihln i-uri's
of M'rofiila, catarrh, rhouinatiMii,
Bait rhuiiiu, nte.
llood'r, I'illa nrn purul) vootablo.
Mm. Uradloy (10 ynara in Paris) h
proparod to rncoivn ptiiiils for a
courne of Ioshoiis in Fronuh; alio will
also conduct Prunoli Couvornatiou
(Jlassoa. Tnriun for prlvatu Ii'hsoiib
II pur hour, AddniMs fd Kiuinn
troit. Mutual Tel. -10U
CIAITAIN WII.MAM DAVIKS, KOU
J the past twelve years in command of
inter-island steamers, oilers his services as
I'ilot to any port or landing in the
Hawaiian Islands. Itest of reference.
Inquire at otlice ol J. S. Walker, over
Sprenkels' Hank, Kort street Vi7-tf
'po I.KT ON IIEItK
X tan la street near Mil.
T. C. McGUIRE,
BEGAN VAPOR & PACIFIC GAS
bm tl Luuiidicii !
TUB BEST IN THE MARKET.
5" Tliey cannot lie stirusM'd
for motive power.
SKNI) KOlt (1ATAI.OIUIK
Corner Nuuanu & Hotel Streets.
Silk Dress Goods,
- Aid, COI.OUS-
JAI'ANESE SILK CRAPE,
Plain and Drocaded;
.IAPANK8K COTTON OKAl'K,
Silk Shirts and Night Shirts,
811k mouses, Silk Neckties,
Gold and Silver Scarf Pius,
Handkerchiefs, Shawls, Hashes,
Hosiery and Chemise,
Silk and Coitou Kimouos 1
Japanese Trays, llaiuhoo Screens,
Tea bets, Klower Pots, Etc, Ktc.
California Fruit Market,
tVirner Klnt; ,V Alakea HU.
lly Kverj Steaiuur from Ban Krou
Fresh Fruit, Oystwrs,
rpHKKti NH.'KliY FUlt.
A. nlslied ItiHiiiis at No.
I Uardeii Une. W.'-tl
1 KOUNISHKK ItKHI.
2. itence on lieretauln
street, for eithur family or
slimle i-entlemeii, Terms
moderate. Kor particulars
apply ut thN
ma if Sole Agent, Nuuanu street.
DR. EDWARD ARHITAGE,
M II. O.S.I Kii.) I It. i;. l'.d-ond.) I.
I. H ( University of CaiiibrlilKe).
lain ol Wnlmiia Kauai.
H'i esialiliKlieil himself in the oilier form
erly iici!Uiii'd b. l)i. Knntc, at tint comer
of ileretiinlii and i'linelibuwl streets,
Ul'l'li K lllllli: II In II. M. .' In I I'. M,
" tO S I" M. Si llll 'i III I I' M.
-I llblieil Ituoliis
in u nrlvute lamily, Apply
at No la7 Nuuanu street.
live doors above Vineyard street
Hull Tele. 148.
AT WAIKIKl ON THK
quarters for one or two bin-
Kiu iient emeu! uiinrd on
liniial; bntliilitt fnellltles kimsI For parti-
10W-U BUbLKTlN OKFIUK,
1AM I'ltKI'AUKI) TO PAINT YOl'lt
I'lintot-rapli In Wnlor Oolurs or the
IUmkoIIii. I'ai.ntimi loonier.
Lpssoih Klven In Klower I'nlutiiiK In Oil,
and Photouniph I'iiIiiiIuk In Water Colors.
U-uvhuII orders nt Studio, Aloha Photo
Knipli Gallery, Kort sireet.
$Vf Look nt thn siimplo In I'uelllr
Hurdwaru Compnny's kIiiiIom.
lOU-tf W. U. ABU.
Drawing and Painting.
D. Howard Hitchcock
I (rawing aud Painting taught by tbe lat
est Kuropcan methods. Olasses every Wed
nuMluy ami tiaturilay forenoon from 8 m.
to t'J noon.
I V. I,ksous for Private PuplN iu sp
I eiiil lines of work nlso nlven.
. tfc- The Studio will be open to visitors
' even rilduy ultcrnooii. lUfr-tf
TO JL. 3.
Do not forgot the time to rhiK up
152-Matual Telephone -152.
N. I". BTJR.OH3SS
is still prepared to repair Qa
jjirluklers, Wnter Tnpn, Klliuu
Stirlnklers, Wnter Tnpn, KlliiiK Haws and
iiirnunlui! all kinds tools. Inciiidlns Car.
InK Knives and Scissors, Ijiwii Mowen a
spei'inllv. Also Hilling Glass, In fact all
kinds of Jobbing Work culled lor aud r
turned. 1UM tl