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EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBER 20, 1895
The exhibition by thoMo'm-
"hora of the Xilohana Art
Xioaguo has given decorative
.art an impetus sucli as has not
Jboen folt for years. The China
fpainting fad has reached us
iand some handsome specimens
were shown in the art rooms.
Tho material for doing the
orork came from us and wo
tiow havo in stock an elegant
assortment of Lacroix Tube
Oolors and BrushesBurnishcrs
"Stipplers used in this class of
-work. Our ctock is complete
v,vith tho finest assortmout of
- acolors, brushes, canvas and
Sranics for art work.
Elegant show rooms and
fgoods now. Prices about as
-cheap-a3 you ever heard of.
Tlic Pacific Hardware Co.
JL Naturally Boiled
"SWator, pronounced by
fpoaplo who know to bo
tfho boat on tho Market.
.'SThis Wator received
'the vory higbost award
ai tho . . .
itaia :. I
As a Tablo Bovctago,
ia a f.ivorito and oiBily
loads all othor Mineral
TBensonSmitli & Co.
Wholesnlo and retail atonta 'or the.IIa
FROM QUARANTINE WHARF.1
tiii: iNTi:iti;sn diaiiy of
CJEOItnC WANIIINTOK SMITH.
Tlio Uunraittliicd Hoy reWuly
Opirccil by the IMantoiV Com-
linny Yet They IIovo
Friday, Sopt. 20.
Evoryono startod in on froight
at 7 a. tn., excopt Howott and
Smith. Crabbo asked tho Steam
ship Companies' contingent to
help, and wo ngrood to do what
wo could. Howott wna told off to
koop track of tho marks, which
ho started in to do with a vim,
when along comos ono of tho
Planters' Labor & Supply men
"and they fool thoir poaish you
bet," and asked him who was
running this thing and what bo
had to do with it. Howott rosign
od immediately and told them
that lot him out. Crabbo says:
"Smith, I hope you fool easy; you
havo got your C. L. W. mark O.
K." Harry "Wobb says: "Smith,
you want 1 pkg. belting yet to fill
out. When you ask a quostion
unless you belong to tho F. L. &
8. Co., etc., otc, etc., you got
what thoy call an equivocal an
Bwer. You gat your answor by
another with very much spico in
it. We nro what they call a vory
important crowd on this dock,
you hot. The P. L. & S. aro run
ning tho thing with a voangonco
now, and th'o Stoamsbip Co.'s
two men aro orphans, and aro not
in it, and wo get it ovory once
in a while from P. L. & S.
1 wish 1 had you two mon's
job. I don't see what they
want you two horo for any
how. What good aro you any
Howott says, "You wait till our
steumors come alongside, and
Smith and 1 will hold our own
and don't you forgot it. You P.
L. S. follows nil! huvo to dance
to our fiddle, you hot. This is
what they call a twaedledee and
tweedledum, viz.: you dance to my
fiddle and I'll danco to yours."
Smith and Hewctt aro danoing
to tho P. L. S. harmonica at this
writing. Tuosduy tuoy will danco
to ours. Brother Kelly with his
aids is keeping the dope hid;
nono como to light as yot. 'JMons
Kelli," ho says ho is an Italian,
keops things lively. His oaglo
oyo is on everything that's going
on. We now do the sleoping, and
hoj with his two aids doos tho
watching. Bro. Kelly has his
hands full. Ho is ono against
tho P. L. S. and they keep him
jumping about, and it's rather
hard on Jimmy, as he has a vory
soro knoo.a We greet Jimmy
every morning with, ''How'syour
kneo?" Boys worked hard all
dav and did a good day's work.
Mr. Orabbe and assistants deeorve
great praise for tho ay thoy
handlo the froight of both vessels.
After suppor, everybody washed
up. Out oomeB our great and
only native glee olub with volun
teer talent consisting of u violin
solo by ono of tho oiow of tho W.
G. Irwin namod Long Charloy,
and our Cook Joe from the West
Indies gave a few solootions on
bis acoordoon. Ho tried to keep
time with tho singing, but bo with
his energy, not to bo outdono by
tho othor instruments, made so
much noise that thoy requested
him to go easy, and finally chok
od him off ontiroly, only lotting
him plav a lono, hand which bo
did beautifully. (Good night.)
Capt. Dabel is on tho growl.
Tho dock is blookod up. You can
hear biu commanding voico clear
ly. Ho suys it takos fivo minutes
to get the nling oft. Thore it
hangs again; tho othor one is not
out of the way yot.
Sernioiiibr 'Pliono to Konpllali.
It is proposed hy moans of the
oloctrophono to connect London's
churches and chapels with tho
hospitals, bo that tho sormons
E reached tach Sunday may bo
eard by tho pationts without
loving their beds.
20 lbs. &
will tell you
It Is the
FOR BALE BY THB
HOLLISTER DRUG CO., L'D,
Agents lor the Hawaiian IalandB.
i Topics of lie Day.
Honolulu has as many machin
ists considering tho population as
any place wo know of and
thoy'ro good machinists too, men
who can tako a steel rod and with
the assistance of a latho fashion it
into parts for the most intrioate
machinory for an ongino. To do
this, of course, requires a know
lodge of tools as well as the hand
ling of them.
In our store room ono depart
ment contains tho most comploto
assortment of machinists, tools in
tho city. Look at thorn and you
will find thoy aro all of first
quality (tho prico will givo you
tho impression that tboy are
thirds) every one of them Hhining
liko an African's hcoi. Tho as
sortment consists of hammers all
sizes and shapes from tho cute
little ono used by tho jowollors to
tho heavy ono which tho boiler
maker uses in rivetinj? the steel
plates togethor. Then wo havo
tho Handy Pipe Wrench, a now
dovico without a fault. This tool
will be found a convoniont ono even
in tho houso whore none of tho
occupants are machinists. Hand
vises for maohinists can be had
of us in every size manufactured,
so can Pipe Vises and Cold
Chisels. We havo ovory thing
usod by metal workers in thoir
Thon wo havo a stock of car
penters wood working tools
second to uono in tho city first
only in quality. You cannot
call for a tool used by a carpenter
that wo do not have in stock.
Another thine vou may bo in re-
ested in is an axe that will hold
its edge a new thing in axos and
something every ono needs about
Bird cages have been mention
ed in another paper; just horo wo
will say that tho stock we carry
E. O. Hall Son.
Fort & King Streets.
C. B. DWIGHT,
Does all kinds of Work in
Cement & Stone Sidewalks & Curbing
Ho baa on hand a largo aupply of
Cuineao Granite Curb and always keeps
Hawaiian Curbing Stone. Estimates
given and lowcs4 prices assured. Tolo
next to Lucas' Mill
Drays, Carts and
For PULLING UP Trees
H. HACKELD & CO,
Have just roooivod a now Supply of tho
Celebrated "Danish. Beer"
Of the following Brands : s
Also, Just to hand a largo consignment of
Genuine Bavarian Hops!
H. E. MoINTYRE & BRO.,
lMTQWma AMD BUUW 01
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
Htw BcoelTtf by yry Ptcket from th XMtorn BUtM an Boiop.
fBJESH - CALIFORNIA - PRODUCE - BY - KVEBY - BTEAIUM.
All Ordtn faithfully tUndd
Part of tht
lauM Omm Souomo.
luut,' ooxnut roxx
P. 0. Box 480.
THE CHEAPEST PLACE ON THE ISLANDS TO
Buy New & Second-Hand
King & Nuuanu Sis.
Ribbons and Laces,
Ladies Corsets ancL Hosiery,
Childrens Lace and
Theso Goods aro newly imported and tho Prico is reasonable.
M P. BINGEIt, for six yeare foreman with
II. Swain on Huttor street, mattes iuu
most doliclouH Pies of any baker in Ilono.
lulu. Mince Pios a apecialty. Cakes and
Ioe Cream furnished for balls or families.
SINGER'S BAKERY, King Streot
0T Tolephono 872. 40-tf
Central JVIeat JVEarlet
Love's Building, Nuuanu St.
A FIRST CLASS Markot in every
Orders delivered promptly to all parts of
WESTBROOK & GARES
Pacific Trading Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
20S Fort Streot.
r. o. vox m
to and Ooodi PtUrtnd
axd jmb irann,
I M. S.LEVY.
H. G. BIART.
FINE WATCH REPAIRING.
Island Jewelry made to ordor,
Souvonir Spoons, Gold wiro
gjtf Island ordeis solicited.
P. O. Box 355; at 0. Gortz's storo.
Fort Streot. 62-t
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. O. Irwin, - President and Manager
Olaus Spreokels, ... Vice-President
W. M. Giflard, - Secretary and Treasurer
Thco. 0. Porter, Auditor
AdENTA OP THE
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
OP SAN FRANCISCO. OAL.
P. 0. JONES.
E. A. JONES.
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