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ISVUNINO JJUhliUTIN, AUOUBT 111, 1805,
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Tho exhibition by thoMom
bora of tho Kifohatm Art
Lunguc 1ms given docorntivo
art nn impetus such as has not
boon fott for years. Tho China
painting fad has reached us
and Homo haudsotno specimens
woro shown in tho art rooms.
Tho material for doing tho
work camo from us and wo
now havo in stock an elegant
assortment of Lacroix Tube
Colors and Brushes, Burnishers
Stipplors used in this class of
Tvork. Our etoole is complete
with tho finest assortment of
colors, brushes, canvas and
frames for art work.
Elegant show rooms and
goods now. Prices about as
cheap as you over heard of.
The Pacific Hardware Co.
SATURDAY'S BALL GAME.
UTAH Alii! NOW IN THE
Ttii t'lililinH II Trjr II n I-it o AVI it
nil I'l'l'lll I'lulll lint I'mII In
Fivo runs in tlio firHl inninga
Knvo tho Blnrn mioh n load in
Snturdiiy'B (jtiniu thnt tlio Un
knowns wore unablo to got ahead
although tlioy jilaycd tholr host,
being only credited with four
orrors during tlio play. Ono of
llieso, howovor, by Woods was
costly, as it lot In two runs. Tho
font tiro of tho gnino was tho good
playing of both third bnsomon
and tlioir ncourato throwing to
first. Hurry Wildur'a throwing to
second from behind tho bat was
also worthy of noto and stolen
bnsos woro scarco on that account.
Olarko of tho Unknowns mado tho
first olonn homo run of tho season
and was loudly applauded. Fol
lowing aro tho details of tho gamo:
Unknowns 1st Willis hit to
third and was put out at first,
Duncan got in a baso hit and waB
put out in trying to stoal Bocond.
G. Woods got his first on a mufibd
groundor and was put out in try
ing to mako a snoak on socond.
Stars Tut W. Wildor wont out
at first on a grounder to second.
L. Hnrt got in a good squaro
throo-bnso hit amid tho plaudits
of tho audionco. Harry Wildor
was struok by pitcher and took
his first, Ganzel got first and
Hart scorod. Wodohouso got
socond and Ganzol scored.
Lishman mado a homo run
on Woods' wild throw and
Wodehouso scored. Rosb and
McNiolu 11 both Hew Dot to "Willis.
Uukuows 2d Olarko took first
on balls and was put out at sec
ond, Aiwohi got first on a lino
hit over third, Pryce flow out to
shortstop, P Gleason got his first
on u safo hit and stole second. AY
"Woods made first and Gloason
and Aiwohi scored, all on a muff
by Ganzel. Thompson got first
and "Willis was put out before
reaching that dosirablo spot.
Stars 2 Carter got his first on
a muff by Willis, W Wilder got
first but Carle r was put out at
second. L Hart got to first on a
high fly which fell just insido tho
line. Harry Wildor got to first
but Willie wns put out at socond.
Ganzol knocked the ball into
Lishman's hand and was put out
Unknowns 3d Duncan flow out
to Ganzol, G Woods got to soc
ond on a soratoh two-baso hit,
Olarko got third and Woods
scorod, on a wild throw by
Willie Wilder. Aiwohi was struok
out iu one, two and threo order,
Pryoo got first nnd Clarko scorod,
on a wild throw to third. GleaBon
want out on a grounder to first.
Stars 3d Wodohouso mado a
safe hit to loft field and got first
without a strugglo and aftorwardu
Btolo second. Percy Lishman
went out on a drive to third, Boss
flow out to Thompson, MclS'ioholl
was put out at first on a hot drive
into Woods' hands.
Unknowns 4th W Woods flow
out to oitcher, Thompson wont
out at first, Willis struck a lino'rto
third and was put out at first.
Sturs 4th Carter flow out to
pitcher, W Wilder fanned tho nt
rnosphero three consecutive times,
L Hurt wont out at first on a
grounder to third."
Unknowns 5th Duncan got his
first, second and third on two
mulls and was put out at tho
home plato on u passed ball. Geo.
WoodB couldn't find tho ball at
all and guve way to Olarko, who
scored a clean homo run on a
magnificent hit to center field.
Aiwohi got his first, Tom Pryoo
got in a baso hit, Gloason struck
out m.d V' tred his side.
Stars 5th Harry Wilder got
in a find 2-base hit, Ganzel failed
to reach first, Wodehouso got first
and Harry Wildor was called out
for running oitt of the line. Lish
man got in a two-base hit and
Wodelu-uso scorod. Ross got to
second and Lishman came homo.
MoMioholl wHiit nut at first on a
grounder to third.
Popular Tonics of llio Day.
This llllbuntorhig buninoAs is
growing monotonous; tho itcoplo
who aro otigngnd in mnmunutur
lug rumors should switch oil' and
do sonielhing olno or tho govorn
inont will loan conftdonco in thotu.
Such rouorts do tho country no
good and wo fall to poo whero the
rumor makers aro benofited Ha
waii does lint BtiPin to mind it
much for things aro us uuift and
noncrful horo as in a well con-
duo tod gravo-yard.
Wo bouevo wo linvo quuo tno
best stock of leather in Honolulu
and it comprises bosidos solo
leather tho colcbratod Spoits light
and hoavy harnoss leathor, and
lonthor for saddles. Tho best of
russott and rod calf skins.
Lonthor for carriage makers, calor
od lining skins and soft dash
leather. All kinds of louthor is
higher today than it was two
months ago; in somo instances it
has advancod ns much as ton por
cont, but as wo woro woll stooked
boforo tho riso wo oan soil at tho
samo old prico and perhaps n
littlo lowor. Wo havo a very com
ploto stock of Shoo and Harness
findings and tools for all kinds of
louthor work tho price of which
!b ontiroly satisfactory to all of
Wo havo tho goods and the
pricoB will suit you.
E. O. Hall & Son,
Fort & Kinir Streets.
Aloha Bath. House.
Noxtto Marine IViilway. Bath
ing suits on hund. Patrons
brought free from tug-boat wharf
on telephoning No. 585. Furn
ished rooms to let on tho premises.
Mrs. J. H. Eeist.
mv 15-1 m
Central VEeat Jfl&rifet
Iiovo's Building, Nunanu St.
A FIRST CLASS Market in every
Orders delivered promptly to all parts ot
rjtr Telephone 154.
A New Abstract Office
As a result of 15 years experience
in tho Abstract Business, I am
proparod to mako Abstracts of
Titlo in n most thorough, accur
ate, and comploto manner and on
F. W Makinney.
In W. O. Smith's Offico, 318
Fort Street. myl3.
Horizontal Slide Valvo En
giuo mado by Honolulu Iron
Works Co. In 1885. Bore of
Cylindor 13": Lenth of Stroke
40": Orank Shaft on loft of
Cylinder: Hand IteVorsing Gear.
Diametor of Fly-wheel 14ft.: Size
of Engine Bed 3 foot wide x 20ft.
For further particulars apply to
Theo. H. Daviea & Co., Ltd.
Man is generally as Vain as a woman,
but it is almost an impossibility to get him
to admit it. Some are particular about the
shape of their lints', others are daft on shoes;
bat the last mother's sun of them will insist
the old adago that "fine feathers make fine
birds;" and us far as tho artistic eye is' con
cerned they are about lijjht and that is the
roason that most men drive their tailor al
most mad by insisting on a perfect
There are several kinds of fits, however,
some are hereditary, some are brought on
by heat, over-exertion, etc., but the fit that
is brought about by us is not affected by the
heat or cold, but is nevertheless heredl
tary with us.
JOHNSTON & STOREY.
44 -td 413 Fort St.
H. HACKELD & CO.
tlnvo just roooivod n now Hitpply of (ho
Celebrated "Danish Beer"
Of tho following Brands :
Also, Just to hand a large consignment of
Genuine Bavarian Hops!
H. E. MoINTYRE & BRO.,
UUVIIIH AMD DMLEU
Groceries, - Provisions - and Feed.
Hew eoefe KecelTed by Hrery Picket from the Kaitorn DUtoi n4 orope.
FRESH - CALIFORNIA - PBODUOE - BY . EVERY - BTKAIOE,
All Orderi Wthfullr attended to and Ooods mUrtred to aj
(&4M 0ki flouomro. BanmoTOm QviMumam
fcAjc-f OOXHM FORI AMD KINO DTK&K'rj,
J. S. WALKER,
Qeel qET FOR THE Hwiih Islds
EOYAL INSURANCE COMPANY, LIVEHPOOL,
ALLIANCE ASSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON,
ALLANOEMABINE & GEN. ASSURANCE CO. OP LONDON
SUN INSURANCE COMPANY, SAN FRANCISCO.
WILHELMA OF MAGDEBURG GENERAL INSURANCE CO
NORTHWESTERN M. LIFE INS. CO., MILWAUKEE,
SUN LIFE INS. CO. OF CANADA,
LIFE, FIRE and MARINE RISKS,
TAKEN at REASONABLE RATES.
Rooma 12 SPREOKELS BLOCK Honolulu, H. I.
P. O. Box480.
THE CHEAPEST PLACE ON THE ISLANDS TO
Buy New & Second-Hand
King & Nuuanu Sts.
Ribbons and Laces,
Ladies Corsets and Hosiery,
Childrens Lace and
These Goods are newly imported and the Brico is reasonable.
To Whom it May Concern.
C. E. "Williams and son, 611 King St. near Fort, have
no branch house and no connection whatever with any
other undertaking establishment or Furniture Store in
tho City. Embalming under tho personal supervision
of Mr. Ed. A. WilliamB, a Graduate from tho Clark
School of Embalming of 1894.
Mr. Williams employs the latest and best method
known to science, no mutilation of the body and no par
tial Embalming, and remember that we havo but one
store and that is Located at 611 King St., tho membera
of tho firm aro C. E. Williams, who established the
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business in 1859, and his oldest son Ed.. A. Williams.
C. E. WILLIAMS & SON.
Tel. 179. :::::::- Oil K, St.
P. P. BOX lit
M. S. LEVY.
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