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EVENING HUMiETIN, APRIL 20, 1897.
n lAwmw m
The Manufacturing Harness Co.
lort find KLinjj Streets.
Obit SPJiCIAJLTY IS
Fins Handmade Harness, J&tc
US, Wo keep in stock and sell no goods except
OUK OWN MANUFACTUKE.
If You Get Your Clothes
, MADE AT
Madeiros & Docker's
The Hotel Street Tailors.
A Perfect Fit fuinranteed.
Loudon and Lancashire Fire
Insurance Company of
(stock Uouipaiij, Iucorpjruti JlbOl.)
NoncaUt Fire Insurance Com
pany of Norwalk, Con
neclicut. (stock Couiiuti), Incorporated p5j.)
15" A policy written by tlit above
company ' tl wlty renrp, an it repre
sents tnv of tins uv t F'r" Iimirii.ee
Ouapauiui back of it.
The HftvsE .f. Sepooit &
Ag 'IHh for the Hawaiian Inlands,
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J. J. C0UU11L1N.
P. O. Box 322.
i. T. WATERHOUSE
IF YOD HAVE NOT IN
SPECTED OUll STOCK OF
Crockery, Garden Tools
THE LOSS IS YOUHS.
Recent arrivals from Eng
land and the United Statgs
have brouirht us evervthinir
necessary for the kitchen and
uniing room in tlie line ot
Utensils, Crockery and Glass
SETS ALL PRICES !
The quality of our goods can
not be questioned.
Stock is Complete.
We have all kinds of Tools
and Agricultural Implements
used on the lawn or in the
garden. Competition among
the manufacturers and the ab
sence of trusts enables us to
sell at 25 percent less than
Let's 'Have Your Custom.
. T. WAtERHOUSI
Mechanics and Teamsters.
Atiyotio iiPHilhiK thu rervlt'in of
1 Itftt-ultu Muiliuulut, Tiiiunalei',
T.uiiuH, do., ciui I o fllipll(il by upply.
I i lo ,1. Alfred Mnuoon, or lo tint
II'iwulluu JIukhv Intitliiitn, 'IVIcphoim
7on v. wijjjuh'ionv
Ml m Muiiiigur,
The Honolulu Sanitarium
A (Julct, Iloinvllko 1'luce, wliorti 'J'lulncrl
VurMW, Mimmhum, "HwitAMi Movtiiii)t,"
Ibillta, Jiln'trldly ami I'Iij-mIiwiI 'JVuiiiiuu
(wity N oiUim, '
l. H. KJ'.U,0i(l, , J) ,
Tt-Uvlpue OW, ri'iiriiiUutJmil,
TAKING BLIND PI8T0RES
A.tiAri:tnt i'i.mis rot ciiivd rm:
nu'rroN not f.moimjh.
ACtrr l'lltj-tlirro l.Kiotirr lie 1I.
covrri Itut Dili' mad Tlmt
A vo-y popular young gentle
man fiom town 1ms boon doing
Botno very interesting work in
photography liuro rocently. He
Bent to town for a Hnwkoyo
CMinorn nml as ho knew nothing
of handling thu niachiuo wont out
for advice. A gontletnnn from
Wuiluku who soemod to speak
with utuliTstiuidiug, gitvc him till
ho wanted-just then. "Pies' tho
button,'' ho said, "that'flall j-ou'vo
got to tin. Simply point it
tr light, posii, nticl fhetoyoti nro "
Aftor naimly thanking tho
goutleimm for liis kindiiubs our
photographer walked out on busi
ness. All afternoon wan spent in
snapping his friends aud looking
for sights. "Stand up hero, Bill,
ho would say. "Stand a little
farthor back. Thero!" He snap
pod the shoriH'on horsoback, on
foot and in his official chair. Ho
roamed nil over toun getting good
things; ns ho said, "big and littlo.''
Gathering two or three frionds
together all so highly interested
in photography ho walked out to
tho South Sua Islanders' settle
ment some milo and a halt away.
Horo ho got somo bo.iutifnl views
as ho expressed it. On the way
out ho spont us he thought about
n dozen exposures on a baud of
donkeys. These ho thought wore
exceedingly striking unci promised
each ft lend four or live ot each sot
ns soon as poiblo after ranching
town, wliure tuey uoulu bo de
"How many havo you got now,
.Fred?" ho was asked. "Oh, about
fifty-threo. Horo, hold on. Just
walk a trifle slower. Now! Thoro
"There's no uso talking, gentle
men, photography is a fine exer
cise, a 0uo urt, whon you get to
understand it- So easy, why,
just get on to it. Easy as falling
Toward ovouing Fred met if gon
tloman from ono of tho island
sU-nmere who takes odds from
nobody in picture-taking.
"Hullo, Frod, what uio you utt
to now?" "Oh. just snapping u
fow photos to take with me. Horo,
let me catch you."
"Hold on, you can't do it that
"I say you can't do it liko that.
You have not opened tho shuttor
exposing tho Ions."
"And ain't theio any pioturos
in that old box'"
' Eft's hoe. Did ou turn this
"No I" '
"How initnv pictures did vou
"Thou you havo takon fifty
threo picturos one on top of tho
other. And you did not touoh this
"No!" emphnticilly. "Then
you didn't get anything. You'll
have to do it ov.'i ogiin."
Freit suddonly reniombored ho
was wanted faither on and loiks
on that old camera with a nild
light in his eyes. Ho has eomo
what recovoied from tho "ex
posure" but still rouonts any
rofcronco to J. .T.iWillinms, as a
ory good plnco for htudyiug tho
fino exercise photography.
Lahuina, April 21. 1897.
Now suitings and pants patterns
aro arriving by every mail Htquin
or for L. 11. Kerr. Ho sells a single
yard at wholosulo prices.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nutvmu Htn-i'ts, lodging by
day, .ouk or month. Tonus: 26
and 50 conts per night, li, and
Jl 2C nor weok.
Sterling, tho painter, is pre
pared lo (junto prices on roof
painting. Ho uses acomjiosilion of
coal tar and cornoul, Choapost
and host roof projmralion in Ho
liolulu. Our work is bettor and our
jnicoH aro lower for enlarged
portiuit work than auyniu) oIhu'h,
Vn nro not making much at it,
hut don't lot that worry you. If
vou have anything in thU lino to
1)0 dona seo our eamplus llrwl,
and yuii won't ruuritt it. iiuu
Dliw,, IKJ Jlutol bfruot.
2S, In a few days wo will
be prepared to show tho public
the finest line, of this class of
goods ever brought to this
Best Tonsorlal Artists
KOI IT STiRTCJET.
On anil uftor April 1h(. Dro. Cooper
A rtnyiuoii'l will oceupy iho oOIcch of
I)r MuUri-W mi Hotel utruot. Olllcn
lioiirH roui H.I10 to lOu. in , li:i()to3
unit 7 to M ii, in, I'lilttplioiio No, 10!,
670 1 in
1I0TARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITBB
Orrnyi "H M.rvlwiit i-tn t, QumiiUII
llluk I rwr of J, O. (Wur' uHUm. ', U.
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
Btcnmora ot tho nbovo Lino naming in connection with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, 15. O., nnd Sydney, N. H. W., and calling at Viotorin, B. O.
llouolulti and Suva (1'iji),
A.I2E! IDTJE -ft-O? 23I03SrOIjTTXj"Ur
On or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
From Sydney nml Suvn, fur Victoria anil From Victoria anil Vancnmcr, II. C, to
VancouT.r. II. O.t Him a and Niilneri
Stmr "WA1UITMOO" Mnv 24 ' Stmr "MIOWEKA" Mny 10
Stmr "MlOWfUA" Juno 24 Hlmr "WMllllMOO" Juno 18
Stmr "WAHMMOO" July 24 , Wuir"MIOVLHA" Jnly 18
Stmr "MIOWEltA" Aiigtwt 24 Stmr "WAltltlMOO" ABtiBt 18
TlirouKli Tlclicts Issued from Honolulu to Canada,
United States and Kurope.
FitEiaiiT and rAssENanit aoents: C37" For Freight nnd 1'nRsngo nnd all
General Information, npply to
D. MoNiooi.ii, Montrenl, Conada.
lUinEiiTKnin, Winnipeg, Canada. JHEO. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
M. M. Stkkk, Ban Fraucisco, Unl. "" - u
O. MoL. BnowN, Vancouver, B. 0. Agents for tbo Hawaiian Inlands.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Australian Mail Service.
For Son Francisco:
The Now and Fino Al Steel Steamship
Ot tbo Occnnio Bteamnbip Company will
bo dno at Honolulu, from Syduoy nnd
Auckland on or about
.A-pril 29, 1897.
And will lcavo for tbo above port with
Mails and Passengers on or about that
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tbo Now nnd Fino Al Stoo Steamship
" Moana "
Ot tbo Ocennio Steamship Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from San Francisco
on or about
May 6, 1897.
And will bavo prompt despatch with
Mails and Passengers for tbo nbovo ports.
Tbo undersigned aro now prepared
Through Tiekcta to All Polntp
In tho United States.
ByFor further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
for S. F.
April 27. 1897 Mny 5, 1897
May 25, 1897 Juno 2, 1897
From San Francisco From Sydney for
for Syduoy. San Francisco.
Arriie Honolulu. Leave ITonvlulu.
Monnn, Mny 0, '97 I Alemeda, Ap29. '97
Alumeda, June 3, '97 Mnripos&.My 27, 'y 7
San Francisco and Yoko
Tho First Steamer
Of the nbovo Hue will bo duo fiom
Kobe, Jupun, on or about tbo
3011l OF A.VKJX
And will havo dlspuich for Sun
15T For partlculurs, Inijiilro of
G. E. IJOAHDMAN,
GILBERT P. LITTLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
A. V. GEAR.
TU'bono ifJ9, i I i i No.'JIO KjnifHt,
Wiklcr's 81ciiiiisli) Co's
simodnyi MnhnLomi, Kiinuihaoand Lou.
ii V .r lU0 101"JWDB Uny, arriving at
Ullo the Bamo evening. B
LATgllOtlOlnT.P. AEB1VI8 JtONOMJtU.
Tuesday Mny 4
Friday May M
Tiiesday. ..Hay 25
Friday. Juno 4
TuihilHy M,y 18
Vtiiay Muy 28
Iteturnlng will leave IIIlo all o'clock
. ' jwinB..ttt Lup'hoehoe, Mahn
kona and Kawnlhae n, o day; Makenn,
Alaiklncn Hiw um T..1.-I i' ...
of luooday nnd Fridays.
V oil nt 1'ohoiU, Tana.
as-r m jicigui win ue received aftei
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu Tuosday at B p. m i
touching at Kahulni, liana, Hamoa and
Kipahnu, Maul. Itetuming arrives at
Honoluln Siiudny uiorulngb.
Will call at uu, KauiKi, on second trip
of cucli mouth. v
ETNo Freight will bo received after
P. M. on day of sniling.
Thin Company will reserves the right to '
make chances in tho tiuie of departure nnd
arrival of iu steamers without notico and
it will not lie responsible for any conse
ipira js itlsing therefrom.
Con8lBnes must be nt the Landings to
receive their Freight; this Company "will
Hhn ten Unde'h Pn8ib!e "" U M
Livi Mook only nt owner's risk.
This Company will not bo lesponslble
for Money or Valuables of passengers
nnlens placed in tho care of Pursers.
lnweucers are requested to purchase
tickets beforo embarking. TkObe failing to
do so will bo subject to an additional
cliargo of twenty.livc per cent.
Real Estate Broker.
209J Morclmnt Street.
llonso and Lot, 7Sxl55 ft., on No. 71
loung stnotj parlor, :i bedrooms, kitchen
Iah on Wilder avonue 100x300 ft., fenced.
Lots on Kinau and 1'ilkoi streets.
Fnrnlshed Itooms within flvo minutes
walk from tho Post Office. AUo othor
Honso on Borotnula street, near Piikol
street; i rooan, dining loom, kitchen, bath
roou and an empty lot to keep a horse.
House on Boliool street; parlor, sovoral
bedrooms, kitchen, pantry, outhouses and
stable formerly occupied by Hon. V, H.
Paper Hanger and Decorator
Island Ordors attomlcd to with dispatch.
All work carefully and promptly ex
ecuted. CF" OrrioRi Rmilh street, with Bnmuel
Kaholooknlunl Pun. Itehidencoi Palama.
Hawaiian Soda Works
Aioprepiud to furnUh Prlvato Pnml.
lii s Willi n renlly flood, l'uro Soda
iu thu New lloltlts.
Belfast Ginger Ale.
Ci. Telephone f):i2, at Htliiny South.
Real Eslato and Commission Agent.
filocK liniW. l'lio ami 1,1 fo In.
liiiiiinioll Jdotk, 2fl) Merchant Htreet,