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P' 2 - EVENING
Tho exhibition thoMctn
bers of the Kilohana Art
League has given decorative
art an impetus such as has not
keen felt for years. Tho China
painting fad has reached us
:and some handsome specimens
wore shown in tho art rooms.
Tho material for doing the
xavv. r.amo trom us and we
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snow navo m siock an eiuum,
M,4-.4-. r,P T.nnrv Tiihn
liLiaui uiiiuaau v. -wv.w-- - i
Colors and Brushes, Burnishers
Stinnlers used in this class of
work. Our ctock is complete
with tho finest assortment -of
icolrrs; brushes, canvas and
Sirarues for art work.
ElcgatX show rooms and
-goods now. Prices about as
cheap as you ever heard of.
The Pacific Hardware Co.
. . -A Naturally Boiled
Wator, pronouncod by
peoplo who know to bo
tho beat on the Market.
This "Wator received
tho very highest award
at tho. . . .
As a Tablo Bovorago,
Is a fuvorito and easily
leads all other Mineral
Wholesale nud retail ngouta for tho Ha
FROM QUARANTINE WHARF.
Tin; ivnntEsTiNO nrAitv of
,ii:uik;i: Washington hmith.
Sodtliluc rncli Otlicr to Hlninber
IMtli Htorlo Ilcculle tho
Saturday, Sept. 21.
Copt. Dabol still continues
growling. His gontlo voice wo
hour occasionally entreating the
men to not go to sloop on tho
slincs. Oant. Williams has a
little of tho ontroating uisoaso.
TYn oniii nnnnf Mm mnn nftor tho
"" DV" "
slincs in tho lazarouo,
gone longor than was necessity
and when ho came back tho cap
tain says: "How you have grown.
If this ocours again I will put a
sotting of eggs under you."
We ongago in a littlo pastime,
tolling stories. Smith was toll
ing some of his to Harry Wobb
after thoy had turned in for tho
night. Harry took a short nap
in tho meantime, and when ho
woko up, which ho did by hoaring
somobody talking, thoro was
Smith still buzziDg in his ears
one oi nin ueugtmui Btortos.
Harry says: "Smith, excuse mo
for going to sleep, but you koop
right on; it will be all right any
Last night was our receiving of
visitors. Tho officers paid us a
visit and wo enjoyed a very pleasant
time, but of all tho fish stories
you ever heard, somo corkers
woro rondoreu in good style on
that occasion. In timing tho men
as to what pursuits thoy had en
gaged in since they woro old
enough to shift for thomsolves,
an aggregate to each man of ages
from 150 to 300 years was dis
covered. But wo will forgivo
thorn for it; thoy told it well.
That is somo consolation anyhow,
although wo wore wishing thorn
good night, in our minds, vory
ot'ton during tho discussion.
Harry Webb says: "Smith is
tho greatest follow out, but I
don't blame him. Ho is bald
headed. Why, you soo, boys,
Smith sleeps under the window
whoro wo get all our frosh air.'
I usually wait till Smith gets to
shop, and tbon I let tho top down.
Tho wind and rain wakes Geo.
Washington up. He shovos the
window up. I get all of a per
spiration and can't rest. Well, I
wake up and find that window up
again. 1 says to Kelly: 'Say,
nurd, wo have cot to movo Wash
ington; if wo don't wo will bo dead
mon. And ho will have thocorpso
ready, you bet. "Lot's movo him
over in tho cornor. I know it's
hard on that bald pate of his, but
we have got to have air.' Kelly
says: 'I boen fooling hot for tho
last fow nights. Lot's move him.
Smith is a good follow. . Wo' 11
use taffy and move him without
any noise.' " Harry says: "Loavo
it to mo.- I'll put bim in tho
corner, havo his bod all fixed, and
then entreat him with tears in
my oyos to lot it bo so if ho wants
to savo our lives. He is a good
boy and ho will do it you bot. So
moto it ho."
Sunday, Sopt. 22.
Morning consumod by Smith and
Howett writing up thoir books
from tho requisitions for thoir
Howott says: "Smith, our work
commences. I snpposo ordors
will onmo in for shipments quite
fast now; the slato is mode up.
Afternoon was taken up protty
much by sleeping.
Mondav, Sopt. 23.
Work oommonces in earnest
Smith and Howett aro in it with
both foot. I have boon in com
panies whore they omploy a
groat many laboring mon, and I
must say that I have navor boen
among a more gentlomanly lot
pleasjng, oboy ordors promptly
without any growling than tho
nativo boys on tho dock handling
freight. Thoy seem to know thoir
business in selooting different
marks and plaoing them, and tho
work goes ou from day to day.
Evory ono is ohoerful and willing
to do what ho is told, and thoy
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f 20 lbs. W
will tell you
it Is the
FOR BALK BY THE
HOLLISTER DRUG CO., L'B,
Agents lor tho Hnwatlan Islands.
Pojft TodIcs of i Dai.
Honolulu has as many machin
ists considering tho population os
any place wo know of and
thoy'ro good machinists too, mon
who can tako-a steel rod and with
tho. assistance of a lathe fashion it
into parts for tho most intricate
machinory for- an engine. To do
this, of course, roquiros a know
ledge of tools as woll as the hand
ling of thorn.
In our Btoro room ono depart
ment contains-tho most complete
nssortmont of machinists, tools in
tho city. Look at them and you
will find thoy aro all of first
quality (the price will give you
tho impression athut thoy aro
thirds) every ono of them planing
liko an African's heol. Tho as
sortment consists of hammers all
sizes and shapes from tho etito
littlo ono used by the jowolloi's to
the heavy ono whioh the boiler
maker uses in riveting the stool
plates together. Then we havo
tho Handy Pipe Wronch, a now
dovico without a fault. This tool
will bo found a convoniontonoevou
in tho houso where none of tho
occupants aro machinists. Hand
visos for machinists can be had
of us in every size manufactured,
so can Pipo Visos and Cold
Chisels. Wo havo every thing
used by metal workers in their
Then wo havo a stock of car
penters wood working tools
second to nono in tho city first
only in quality.. You cannot
call for a tool used by a carpenter
that wo do not havo in stock.
Another thing you may be in ro
ested in is an axe that will hold
its edge a now thing in axos and
something ovory ono needs about
Bird cagos bavo lJeon mention
ed in another paper; just hero wo
will say that tho stock we carry
E. O. Hall Son.
Fort & Kinir Streets.
C. B. DWIGHT,
Uoea all Hinas or woric in
Cement & Stone Sidewalks & Curbing
1 Ho lias on hand a largo -supply of
Ohineso Granite Curb and always keeps
Hawaiian Curbing Stone. Estimates
given and lowes4 prices assured. Tolo
next to Lucas' Mill
Drays, Carts and
PULLING UP Trees
H. HACKELD & CO.
Bavo juBt rocoivod a now Supply of tho
Celebrated "Danish Beer"
Of tho following Brands :
Also, Just to hand a largo consignment of
Genuine Bavarian Hops !
H. E. MoINTYKE & BRO.,
UUUnilB AMD DIALKM Of
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.'
Nnr 0oo4 BMlTd by Xrcry Packet trom the ftiiUm Stat h4 Kirept.
rRJCBH - OALIFObNIA . PBODTJCE - BY EVEBY - STEA10,j
All Orfan falthfollr attended to and Ooodi Delivered to in I
Furt of the City WBMM. '
Imlam ton Souothd. SaTOVaOTIOM OvABAMSItV, '
Juur-x OOSHU rOKI AltS KITO BTKKT,
P 0. Box 480.
THE CHEAPEST PLACE ON THE ISLANDS TO
Buy New & Second-Hand
King & Nuuanu Sts.
A. V. GEAR.
ACCOUNTANT AND GENERAL
33-tf COO King St..
Gexito&I JVEeat JKariet
LovcTa-Building, Knnanu St.
A FIRST CLASS Market infoverr
Orders delivered promptly to all parts oi1
fWT Telephone 1154.
Wholesale and Retail'
' 98 Forb Street, Honolulu
Tolephoner 2a P.O. Box 470
ED. C. HOWE,,
House, Sign and
Ornamental . .
. . PAINTER . .
Paper Hanger and Decqrator
Howe's Liquid Slatlnj.
620 King Street
The SINGER Received
54 First Awards for Skwinq Ma
chines and EMnnoiDEiiY "Woiik
at tho World's Fair, Chicago, 111.,
being tho largest number of award'
obtained by any Exhibitor, and
moro than double the number
givon to all other Sewing Ma-
Bothol si., Honolulu.
Jose Do Espirito Santo,
GUITAR MAKER '
Taro-Patcli and Ukulele Guitars
Made of Hawaiian Woods.
130 Fort Street Opposite club Stables.
P. O. BOX lfli
H. G. BIART.
Jewelry made to order,
Souvenir Spoons, Gold wiro
tT Island ordors solicited.)
P. O. Bos 355;atO. Gorki's store.
Fort Streot. 62-t
S. I. SHAW, Proprietor.
"CornT King Nuuniiu Street Honolulu
Choice Liquors and Fine Boor.
(Successor to Chas. Hammer.)
IviNO AND FOBT SaiBBKTS,
Is prepared to manufaotivo all kinds
and grades of Hand-mode Harness at:
LOWEST OP ritlCEB FOll CABIt.
All work guaranteed to bo satisfactory:
Detoro leawng the shop. isra
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. G. Irwin, - President and Manager
Clous Spreckels, - - - Viee-Presidont
W. M. Gilford, - Secretary and Treasurer
Tkeo. a Porter, ----- Auditor
Sugar- Factors v
AOKNTS OP THE
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
OF SAN FBANOISCO. GAL.
F. 0. JONES.
E. A. JONES.
Honolulu, Hawaiian IslandB
ON THE . 1
Principal Parts of tho World,
. . and . .
Transact a General Banking,
" '" Business.
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