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HONOLULU, H. 1M iMONDAY, A PHIL 1, 18U5.
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LEWEK8 A COOXE.
CKfiS AND I)(AI.IR IN Ll'MBKR AN
KINDS or Bdildino Matfmais,
Kort Street, Honolulu
H. HAOKFELD A CO
General Commission Aqknth.
Kort and IJueen Street., Hummim,
JNO. B. SMITHIES
ONKEIl NDGENERAIiBCB1NKKS AllENT.
Mshukona, Kohala, Hawaii.
entlon paid to all kinds ol repair
anipbell Block, Merchant Street.
CONOLTJIiTJ IRON WORKS.
i Engines, Swiar Mills, Uoiliiis,
'ootKRi. Iron, IIras8 and Lkau
:hlnery of Kyery Uuicripuiiii Matte to
. Particular atwntion paid to BUip'
isiuithin. Job Wort executed at
las Assurance Go.
18BBT8, - 110,000,000.
W. SOHWIPT SONS
Aren't ff' Hawnllnti TIhiiI
tt Carriage Co.,
Horner King anil Bethel 6tn
- 30TH TELEl'aOTOS 114 -
b Carrlagup ic Civil Driven
To t bid it all honr
(Olldated Soda Water Co,, L'd
Ulnu & Port Sta
have just received a com
plete line, in the Latest
The qualities and
are verv choice and
ported specially for my
trade. Also have a full line of
At Reasonable Prices.
$3 While you are wait-
for the car come in and
514 Tort Street
F, 0. JONES.
E. A. JONES.
OllVrs for sale to Investors ol small
Hawaiian Government Bonds ?500each.
Hawaiian Government Bonds $100 each.
Wnlluku Sugar Company, 1st mortgage
Bonds (0 pir cent ) 1,UUU eacn.
Rn-a Buenr Comnanv. 1st mortcai;
! Bonds (7 per cunt.) $1,00 each. ,
Vulnablo Ileal Eatato for ea'e In lots to i
I su't purchas!r.. ,
1 ColIVe and F nit I.und on the Volcano I
! lioud, Island ol Hawaii, for ealo on easy
, terms. '
For part'culars apply to
Tb4 Hawaiian Ssfi Depoilt and
NO. 103 FOHT STREET.
Fert, near Hotel Sta,
Ciias. J. McOartiiv, - Manager.
Popular Brands of Straight Goods
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Try tha Ortat ApnetUer The Bbownie
Cocktau a si colalty liu this retort.
DErOT or T1IK-
FamouB "Wieland Lagor Boer j
Merchants' Exchange I
H. I. 8H AW, Proprietor ,
Uor. King and Nunnnn 8treet, Honolulu, j
Choice liquors and Fine Beer,
A COLD WATER PAINT
For INSIDE Work on . .
Factories and Public Buildings
It is u drv nowdcr which can be
I prepared for uro by simply btirring
, in COLD WATER nml am be iip
patterilS i1icil by nnynno and will always pro-
duoo good work.
It is VERY WHITE, extremely re
llcctivo and hardens on a wall like
Btono and will tnko anv tint.
It will last for yearn, and it. tin-
n (reeled by gases.
Ono coat covers better than two
coals of oil paint or whitewash.
It can bo used on any surface and
for all classes of work, even for tho
It will not rub, scale or crack, nor
will it i-oftcn with ago or discolor.
It -will not set in tho mixing vessel,
in fact it improves by standing a fow
It can bo used (o rood advantage
over old whitewash without scraping.
IT DRIES OUT WHITE AFTER
It is cheaper than whitewash, dura
Is is supplied in barrels from 300
to '100 lbs., also in boxes of 100, CO
and 25 pound.
Outside Indurine I
This is for OUTSIDE Work
Such as Fences, Outbuildings and
Laborer's Quarters. It is it thick
paste to bo diluted with cold water;
stands rain and exposure as well as
oil paint, and costs but a fraction as
much. It is lire-resisting as it con
tains no oil, and has no equal as a
light rellector in dark basementf,
damp collars and similar places. It
is supplied in colors.
. . . FOR SALE 11Y ....
! WM. K. IRWIN I
Aitfius i'i' (I:h Hftwiian i.slanrif
Tho undersigned lias a Now Design of a
With somo special fiatmcs Abo, a
Revolving Cutter Apparatus
For leveling cane IjoCtu cuterltif.' tlm mill;
whlih bave plvrii ure.it atllictlon in
Queensland. Hu will to plea-iid to show
his plans, at tbo Hawaiian Hotel, on re
turning by tbo Klnau.
Dofs bl fc'nJa of Work iu
C-ment & Mono Sidbvraiks & Curbing.
He bason bund a laren sapply of CM-
una Gran'te Curb and alwayr k.epslla
and lowest prices assured.
HONOIiULUB AWAY AHEAD.
Thoy Win a Hnndsomo Victory Ovor
Tho pavilion at tho League base
ball grounds was fairly lillod on
Saturday afternoon, tho ht traction
being tho football gamo between tho
Punahntis and Houolulus. Tho St.
l-ouis Collego( baud, conducted by
Brother Francis, was in attendance
and played good music during tbo
The game wa not called until
nearly four o'clock. The Honolulu
had the ball. Conrndt gained thir
teen yard on the first down. Singer
advanced threo yards and was down
ed. Couradt made another attempt,
but eduld get no farther than eight
yard?. On a fumble the ball was
lost to tho Punahous, Parker picking
it up. Another fumble and tho
Ilotiolulus got the ball. Crane made
eight yards ou tho first down, Cou
radt nmdo five On a 'second at
tempt by Conradt four yards wore
lot on a fumble, which gave the
ball to tho PmiahoiM. Parker made
n pood ruu but was stopped by
Liwroneo. Corbott tried to get
through centre but couldn't, lie
next made a kick. Singer picked it
up. Crauu lost tho ball. Parker
losfgrouno, but Uorbolt inauotnroo
yard!. Siugt-r picked the ball off
ground after it wai kicked by Cor
bett. Conradt made n tun-yard
rush through centre and Lawrence
made seven janW. Several fumbles
were made by both sides. Finally
Crane got the ball ami aided by
Conradt's interference scored a
touehdowu. The band played
''Marching Through Georgia."
Singer kicked a goal. S-ore: Hono
lulu?, 0; L'lina'hous, 0.
The second play witnessed one of
tho neatest tricks seen ou the field.
Tho Puuahous had the ball. Thoy
played the wedge and ataited on a
run. Palmer Parker took off hiscap
and stuck it under his arm. Tho
Houolulus thinking he had the ball
rushed for ami dowued him. In the
mcautime Corbott weut around tho
loft and scored a touchdown. Cor
bott kicked a goal. Score: Houo
lulus, 0; Punahuus, G.
Couradt, Rosa ami Crane made
good attempts to get through but
' were neutly interfered with by Elia
Long aud Ed. Hapai. Tho ball was
lost on o fumble by Crane to Parker.
Corbott made a kick and lost the
ball. Couradt made fiuo rushes aud
scored a touchdown. Singer kicked
through tho wrong end. Soore, 10
Singer aud Conradt made good
plays at this juncture, and the for
mer scored a touehdowu. He also
kicked a goal. Scoro: Honolulu?, Ill;
Time was called shortly after. In
tho second half it was all the Hono
lulus' way. Thoy scored another
touchdown aud a goal, making the
gamo stand at 22 to G. Threo cheers
wore given for tho Puuahous (buff
and blue), and the baud played "Ha
waii Pouoi." On tho way homo tho
Houolulus sang ".Aloha Ou" and
other familiar airs. In the eveuiug
they gave a dinner iu the Astor
House iu honor of their victory.
Toasts and speeches were made by
Captain Crane and others, Parker
was a guest. Tho Houolulus are
watting for a challepge now, rostiug
on their laurels.
i Unlawful Liquor Soiling.
I Two Chiuamon woro arrested yos
I terday afternonu by Seuior Captain
I Parker for Belling liquor without a
I liceuso. One of the in on was some- '
' what of nu idiot. Captain Parker, i
t after duo investigation, found out
I that ono man employed tho othor to
go to P. Urown's aud buy wine. This ,
, thoy incroased by adding water and
"Wo toko pleasure in recommond
iug Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
because it is nraised bv nil who try
it," says J. W. Cox Si Son, druggists,
Manlitieut, Oregon, no one aiincieu
with a throat or lung troubl" can
uso this remedy without prair-ing it
It always gives prompt roliof. It is
especially valunlilo (or colds as it
relievos the lungs, makes breathing
oai-ior and aids expectoration. A
cold will uevor result in pneumonia
when this remedy is taken aud rea
sonable care exorcised. For sale by
all dealors. Ueiioon, Smith Si Co,,
agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
WILLIAM, R03S BEAD.
He Was a Young Man Well-Esteemed
by Many Pcoplu.
William Koss, iu the employ of
the Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Com pan v. died nt the (jueetrn Hos
pital at 11:20 this fori n ion. Ho was
a native ol Scotland aud only 32
years of age. Mr. Ross had been
In poor health for some- years
pa-d, and n few weeks ago mot
with a severe accident. While
riding a bicycle he came into colli
sion with a cart at a street corner
and was thrown violently to tho
ground on his head. He traveled to
other islauds after recovering n lit
tle strength, but returned to town
a fow days ago prostrated with
complete paralysi. Mr. Uo.s had
been in the I. 1. S. X. Co.'s
employ for eleven voarc, as pur
ser ou steamers ami clerk nt the
wharf office. He was widely
known and much esteemed for his
quiet, courteous and kindly demean
or. For some time he was treasurer
of the Scottish Thistle Club, but re
sigued to go abroad for his health
two years ago. Mr. Ross was a
brother of George Iloss, manager of
Hnkalau plantation, where n young
er brother lately out from Scotland
' is now on a tihil. The funeral will
take place from tho hospital at !!
o'clock to-tuorrow afternoon.
THE OIIAKITY ARMY.
Sund-y School Children
The parad" ot the Sunday School
children kuowu .is thu Charity Army
yesterday morning was a successful
affair. Kovs. F. W. Damon and O.
H. Gulick were iu tho line. S. iCa
makaia, who has had tho children iu
training, led the procession. The
children made addresses at street
corners and a big crowd followed
tho procosiou. After the parade
Mr. Damon's school children were
returned home and the others at
tended the quarterly exhibition of
native Sunday pchools in Kautnaka
pili Church. Tho parade nttracted
such a crowd that the church was
full aud people had to stand tiptoed
in order to see thu exereieos. At tho
close of tho exhibition the Charity
Army mnrehed to dinner and then
wont up the valley to church ser
vices. A drum and cornet corps
led the procession throughout.
Mr. Kamakaia deserves credit for
the way he has brought up these
little children from tho very slums
of the city. It is said that the Na
tional baud will give a concert in tho
near future for the benefit of thu
NEW GAME BIHD.
Prairio ChicUons Imported for Brood
ing ou Kauai
Mossrs. Wilcox of Kauai have im
ported a dozen prairie ehiekous from
Wiacousiu to turn loose for brooding
on the garden islo. Only one bird
died on the long jouruoy by laud
and sea. Prairie chickens are fine
game aud very prolific and, thoro
boing no inougoosti on Kauai, it may
bo uxpentod that the L-latid will soon
swarm with tho stranger feathered
tribe. Tho enterprise of tho Wilcox
brothors is worthy of emulation by
other men of means throughout the
group. It is said that the Sports
men's Association in Honolulu in
teuds to import a few chickens for
propagation on this island.
OhtnoBo Inflow and Outflow.
Of the fiiW Chineso who arrived
by the Peru, 502 came ou merchants'
six months' residence permits, 4U
on roturn permits, showing thoy had
beon here before, one was a na
turalised citUeu and 311 were women
having relatives in this country.
Fiftv-two Oliinoso havo taken out
roturn permits to leave by tho
China, out! five naturalized Chiua-
nud a larirn nti'utier witn resi
dence permits will leave oy tno samo
If j-ott want to buy a really good
clock or watch at Coast prices in
spect tho stock of Utown i Kubey,
at Nr. I, M.v-onio Temple; there you
will find the largest variety in Ho
nolulu at the lowest pricosj clocks
and watches sold on weekly and
inouthly payments. Brown Si Kuboy
inalco n specialty of rubber stamps.