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THE DAILY BULLETIN
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X.XWEBS ot OOOKK. '
IlirORTKRS AND DlALKSS IN LUMBER AND
all kiniis or ButLniKo Matkiialh.
Kort titret, Honolulu,'
H. HACKPEL.D ft OO
Geneiul Commission Agents.
Corner Kort and Queen Btrels, Honolulu.
JNO. 8, SMITHIES
Mahukona, Kobala, Hawaii.
MANCFAOTcniNo Jkweleb and Watch
maker. fctukal Jewelry a specialty. Particular
attention paid to all kinds of repair
Campbell Block, Merchant Btreet.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam Enuines, Bdoar Millh, Boilers,
Coolero. Iron, Brass and Lead
Machinery ul Every Description Mode to
Order. Particular attention paid to Bhlps
Blacksmlthlng. Job Work executed nl
Atlas Assurance Go.
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
Apents for Hawaiian Island
City Carriage Co.,
v Corner King and Bethel 8ts.
- BOTH TELEPHONES 113
Fine Canlages & Civil Drivers
To be had at all hours
j. s. aSdradk,
Consolidated Soda Water CoM L'd
Oor. illaa k Port Sta Eonoltla.
HOLLTRTTOR A CO.,
', y JZT X
r I l. M.M If
Japanese'.1 Goods 1
Mil And Cotton Ur Goods,
Silk, Uimn Hitii Crape Shirts
OH OOMPLKTK BTOCK
Mmte iij Yniunuijrn of Yokoliuum.
W When ou are Id need of any Hue
of Japanese Goods, give us first ral nnd
iav cnlinr nil uronrid town
30S Fort Qt nai Cvmtora. 2Xovua
Real Estate and Loans
Tlio enlargement of the LOAN Market
so as to cover the wants and necessities ol
, the largo numbor of honorable people who
. are not owners of unincumbered Ileal
1 Estate was one of the most necessary inno
J vations of recent years. To many it has
meant relief from pressing claims at tho
1 very time when raost essential. Whon
properly and honorably conducted this
business is of equally great importance
and value to tho community as Building
I and Loan Associations novo proved them
selves u DV.
The Hawaiian IoiestraeQt Co,
Makes a specialty of Neeotlallntr and Pro
curing Loans for Borrowers who ore tin-
auioio discount men rtoiesatuie nanus
and who do not care to obligate thorn
selves to some friend or acquaintance by
asking his endorsements to their Note.
' This Company will make Loans u
iiuuicuvtu A'uiiiuuiU) iniiua. ui(,uua,
Horses, Mules, Wagons, Carriages and
I Personal Property without removing tho
I Pronertv from the Borrower's tiossetslnn.
and all business will be conducted on a
8T1UOTLY CONFIDENTIAL BABIS.
Toe Hawaiian Iaveulment Co.,
General Real Estate Aoents,
13 and 15 Kaahurvann 8Lret.
, (N. ar Pot Orbce )
Notary Public. Mutual Telephone 639.
Bell Tel. 881. Mutual Tel. fi07.
P. O. BOX 321.
12ft A 130 FOHT 8TUEET.
Orders from the other Islands in
Building, Trlaalng, Painting, Etc., F.lc,
Promptly Attended to
W. W. WRIGHT, Prop.
IRnnreHsor fo O. WesU)
A New Business !
Real Estate I
I am now prepared to
transact buwness that may
be entrusted to my caro
with promptness and dis
patch. Collections made,
Buildings Insured against
los from lire. Real Estate
propirly cured for,
idlili'ii Hull1 Hum.
W. P. Reynolds, Prop.
PKOMPTIjY attended to.
CPArprnUrD Finn SUtlonery and
OlAllUillin. Cheap Biatlonoiy.
Optician, Spectacles ft Eyeglasses
Carefully suited to nil Bights.
Domestic Sewing Machines
Games, Toys, Dolls
Always Kept on Hand,
l BOOKSELLER :
A Nice Block Alwavs Kept on Hand
to Belcct from. BOOKB ordered by
GUITARS FUOM $1.00 UP.
Flutes. Cornets, Piccolos, Ukuleles
and other Instruments. Also Violin,
Banjo and Guitar Strings and Fit
tings. BEWIKQ MACHINE NEEDLES
for all kinds of Machines.
Our Great Drive
A HAND MACHINE for $8.50.
WM. 6. IRWIN & GO.
- OFFER FOR SALE -
ALEX. CROSS A SONS'
Colebraif3d Ulgb Gndt Cane Maaanv
Wo aro also prepared to take orders for
Uap, N. OxllBLtidt t Oo 'w
Insuring prompt delivery.
BOILED LUCJOl. 1
IW This is a superior Palm Oil, con
suming less pigment than Linseed Olf, and
giving a lasting brilliancy to colors.
Used with drle It gtvBs a srilsndM Moor
Lime, Oemer) t.
Iteflned Sugars, Salmon,
PsUrbaiutCjuuuiitj Co.'s Corood Hoot
PARAFF1NK PAINT CO.'S
Compounds, Rooflug & Paporo,
tiia'i Patent Steam Plpt Coitrioi
Jwbooa' Diamond, Enanel Eir
Especially designed fnr Vacuum Puns
O. B. DWIOHT
Does all kinds of Work In
frment & stone Sidewalks & Curbing.
lie has on hand a large snpply of Chi
nrfH Oraiiitn Curb aud alway keps Ha
waiian Curbing Btone. Estimate given
aud lowest prices assured. Bell Telephone
A COLD WATER PAINT
; Especially Designed
For INSIDE Work on . .
Facfoi les and Public 8ulldings
It is u tlry powder which can be
prepared for um y ("imply ttirring
in COLD WATER nnd cim bo np.
plied by iinyoiut unit will always pro
duce good work.
It is VERY WHITE, extremely re
llcctivo and burdens on u wall like
stone nud will take any tint
It will lut-t fur years, and is tin
n fleeted by gates.
One coat coers belter than two
coats of oil paint or whitewash.
It enn be used on any surface and
for all el.stes of work, even for the
It will not rub, scalo or crack, nor
will it hofton with agu or discolor.
It will not pet in the mixing vessel,
iu fact it improves by standing a few
It can bu uyed to good advuutngo
over old whitewash without scraping.
IT DRIES OUT WHITE AFTER
It is cheaper than whitewash, dura
Is is supplied in barrels from 300
to 400 lbs., also in boxes of 100, CO
and 2 pounds.
This is for OUTSIDE Work
Such as Fences, Outbuildings and
Laborer's Quarters. It is a thick
posto to bo diluted with cold water;
stands rain nnd oxposuro as well as
oil paint, and costs but a fraction as
much. It l.i lire-resisting as it con
tains no oil, and has no ciiual us a
light reflector iu dark basements,
damp collars nnd similar places. It
is supplied in colors.
... FOR SALE I)Y ....
Agents (or the Hawaiian Islands
Tho business of tbo country is
settling into its former groove. Our
gentlemanly driver has returned
from his vacation, tho cows in tho
pasture switch flics instead of bul
lets with their tails aud tho cream is
richer in consequence. Wo boliovo
wo have satisfied every ono of our
customers who havo taken milk from
ns and wo aro in a position to sup
ply a great many more. Tho pooplo
who from choico or necessity visited
Waialao during tho past two weeks
have had an opportunity to see just
what sort of diet our stock feeds
upon, and no longer wonder at tho
1 richness of tho milk from our dairy
Our facilities for delivery aro the
best. With tho excoption of a day
or two early in tho lato unpleasant
ness our drivers have always been
on timo at our customers' residences.
! Wo tako this opportunity to thank
I those who have been patient with us
and to solicit a continuance of their
patronace. We will be pleased to
fill all orders telephoned to us and
i guarantee all milk to be pure ami
free from adulteration.
The WAIALAE RANCH.
MOHE WIIAKF BUILDINO.
When Pinna aro Cnrried Out Ship
ping Kncllltlra Will Ba Oreat.
Captain Kosehill and a number of
men lui vo bi on engaged within tho
past frw days drilling holes in t be
Iaxomii bottom near tlio ntw Fish
marlot building. Yestonlay after
noon tbo first blasting wan uiadu
within fifty ft-ot of tho shori-. Thero
woro tight holes made, ar3it1g in
depth. Tlio lat one stiuck a bed of
coral and Mr Jtownll, Supnr!tjtiiiilHut
of Public Work?, put a cbargo of dy
namite iu it. Thorn was only onei ex
plosion and tho entire bed crumbled
A plan of tho now wharf to ho
constructed was shown a Bulletin
reporter by Captain llosehill. It
will ho -I'll'i fent inland and 150 feet
wido. This will make sttflieient room
for two larKH steamers to lio side by
side. About twelve feet of the Pa
cific Mad wharf will bo cut off in or
der to make the new slip iu lino with
Richards r-treot. Tho dredgor will
be employed to deepen tho lagoon.
A depth of twenty-six feet will bo
made, and this at low water mark.
The boa' house on tho Waikiki
side will hnvo to b moved, but the
lato King's boathousu will remain
for a inrt while. Two larfjo steam
ers can come right, up when the new
slip has been completed. It will bo
a great improvement, to commercial
facilitifs and very convenient for
tho entrance of largo steamers.
Without turning the liners can come
into doek, and back nut on departure
Eventually, according to the plans
submitted, another slip will be con
structed on the Waikiki side of the
King's boathouso near the Mariue
Railway. Thero will be aslip'UiS feet
loug aud thero will by wharf room
brttwcu the two slips of forty feet.
Tho Waikiki side of th wharf now
being constructed will bo in a
: straight line with tho Waikiki side
of ltichards street.
NOTED DIVER DEAD.
Tho T ast of tho Old-Time Hawnilana
Palahu, the noted Hawaiian djvor,
died at 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon
at his home at Kakaako. Tho de
ceased was pretty old aud weak at
tho time of his death. His wife, who
preceded him, was Kanalulu, an old
micsionary, who used to go around
inviting people to go to church.
Several stories havo bpen told of
old niau Palahu. Whon at dinner
Kanalulu, as was customary with
her, being of a religious turu of
mind, ufed to fny long prayers. Pa
lahu several times devoured every
thing that was on the table by tho
timo tho wife fiuished praying. Fi
nally Kanalulu said grace.
One timo Palahu. while fishing off
tho harbor, had bis left leg injured
by giant powder. Another time ho
lost his cattoo aud nets by a tidal
Palahu is the last of the noted
Hawaiian divers. At one time ho
, stayed under water in tho harbor
five minutes. Ho defeated a profes
sional diver from tho States iu a
diving contest at Pearl City. Tho
exhibition was givon in a glass tank.
mi o m
Burial of T. Sullivan.
Father Loouor conducted tho
fuueral services for the lato Timothy
Sullivan. Thero was a goodly at
tendance iu tho church, among tho
number being Thomas Haiti Walkor,
British Vico-Consul. Tho pall boar
ers wore W. W. Wright, John W.
McDonald, L. Doe, Harry Evans, J.
F. Eckardt, Henry Smith, P. M.
Lucas aim J. J. Garden. There were
about B0 carriages iu the procession.
Now that tho war of tho revolu
tion is over, it is the duty of every
man to support tho existing form of
government. Although things may
not movo with that cordiality that
would ensuro an evorlasting peaeo,
still they may bo allowed to subside
into that hidifforeneo without animo
sity that would allow either party
to work out their best interests. All
things considered it may be for tho
bot, but timo. the only arbitrator in
such eases, must alone decido that
James T. Stewart is a Pluiubr and
will do your work iu good shape
and at hgures that will give you
Jaues T, Stewart.
15 Botliel Street, Honolulu.