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Per Cyrus Wakefield,
JUST ARHIVED FROM
A Large Assortment of
Perfect Barker & Hice Plows,
assorted sizes; Perfect Double Mould
Board Plows, assorted sires; Sub
soil and Sidehill Plows, assoiieJ
sizes; Bln'ksmith Anvils, assorted
'zes; Blacksmith, Carpenter and
Pipe Vises, assorted sizes; Black
smith Drilling Machines and Port
able Forp.cs, Baldwin's and Dr.
"Bailey's Ensilage Cuttsrs, by hand
or power ju t the thing for stock;
Galvanized Wire Netting, f(om 2 to
6 feet wide; Green and Brass Wire
Cloth, 2 to 3 feet wide; AntiCaloric
Sectional Pine Coverings, and Plas
ter; Long cud Short-handle Shovels,
Long and a.ort har.c'l Solis,
Axes from 3 to4j in., Bush Uooks,
Ax Handles, Black and Galvanized
Cut Nails, assorted sizes, 3 to Cod.;
Black and Ga vanized Wire Nails,
assorted sizes, 3 to 90c!.; Black and
Galvanized Fence Wire, Nos. 4 to
6; Blade and Galvanized Fence
Staples, y, to 2; Pioneer White
Lead, Boiled and Raw Linseed Oil,
both in Barrels and Drums; Dry
Red Lead and Zinc,
Mixed Paints, assorted colors, in Oil
and Japan; Paint Brushes, White
wash Bruslies, Carriage and Furni
ture Varnish, Kerosene, Gasolene
and Crude Petroleum, Blacksmith,
Machinist, Plumbing and Carpen
tering Tools, of various kinds and
sizes; Packing for Machinery, viz:
Asbestos, Pure Gum, Sheet Rubber,
Usudurian, Rainbow, Square Plush,
Italian Flax, Peerless and Amazon
Spiral, Round and Square Tuck's
Packing; Suction and Steam Rubber
Hose, assorted sizes.
Tbe Hawaiian Hardwaie Co.
Port street. opposite Spreads' Bank
. uhm ,y
OLDEST IN AMERICA
THE BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.,
Must Make Room
Trimmed Hats - from $1.00 up
Felt Hats - from 50 cents ud
Sailor Hats -
An elegant line of Ribbons,
10, 15 and 25 cents a yard.
Hali'dresslnfi and Manicuring Parlors.
Arlington Block, 205-207 Hotel St.
STAMPS OP AGUINALDO.
A set of Agulnnldo itanipa was a
very acceptable gift iccelved by
Charles Hcrrlck in tho la3t mall tor
Manila. A. L. Youne. representing
Hcnshaw, liulktoy & Co., well kno.vn
in this city Is now In Manila nnil lor
wnrileil to Mr. Heirlck tho evidences of
The Filipinos not only schemed to
have n government of their own but
went no far as to bnvc printed postaao
und revenue stamp. I hero are four
varieties. Thrco are about tho lzo
of the American postogo stamp and
bear the K. K. K. and the triangular
I Insignia of the noted nilpino secret
'society. Tho levcnuo stamp for con
tracts Is a large one with a single star
In tho center.
Tho blue Htamps wero Intended for
telegrams, red for ordinary postage,
black for bills and lccPlpts for con
tracts, etc. They arc all uttmctlvo in
design and will doubtless be til great
demand among stnmp fiends, slnco
they aro the first anil last utamp ls-nie
of the would-bo Filipino republic.
Jnpnn'ft Noted Visitor.
Cuptalu Sakamoto of tho Navy und
Viscount Inaba, Master of Ceremonies,
havo been appointed to act on tho ro
rcptlou committee of II. H. II. I'rlnce
Wnldemnr of Denmark who Is expected
to nrrlve In Yokohama on thu 24th
of February. Ills highness Is u cap
tain In the, Danish Navy. Tho Shlba
Detached Palaco will, wo hear, be
utilized as a temporary palace by
Prlnco Wnldemnr of Dcnmnrk. Jnpnn
AT HALF PRICK,
We dose out our
CYCLONE CAMERAS . .
We call your
tention to the
gp following new
" and exclusive
features: Detachable Bulb Release, Auto
I matic Refilster. A umlnum Ho ders. Da'
i phraKtn, Automatic Shutter, Unloading
I Attachment, etc.
Also a full line of
WALL, NIOBOLS CO.,
BEST IN THE WORLD
Vor my new goods,
from 10 cents up
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
2 p. in. 11. M. Levy at tills
hour 1b about the same an yes
terday. Ho la considered In a
very precarious condition.
Tho doctora havo not declared
a diagnosis. Dr. Wood in at '
tho pest hospital, and tho
meeting of tho Hoard of Health
awaits his return.
This Is tho seventh dny with
out a case.
The 1'. V. and 8. Co. havo hay and
grain for sale.
Dark that was In eight last night )3
still away off 813.
Hex Hitchcock was down town to
day jolly nnd hearty aa ever.
Krnnk Mctralf Is very low this after
noon with little expectation of lecov
cry. Tho public schoole ordered to open
Monday comprise all In Honolulu dis
trict except Mollllll.
Tho Centrnl Union Choral Society
meets at 7 o'clock this evening at the
Centrnl Union church.
Any one desiring a good Wcbcr
square piano ran get ono for $100 by
addressing J. V, 1 0. I3ox (10.
It Is probablo I'uniihnu preparatory
school will reopen Monday, although
tho trustees have not yet voted on the
A. CI. M. Robertson Is confined to the
house today vlth feverish nyinptuniH.
but Jb expected to bn at his ntlho In
Three small kcyH tied together with
a sttlng wero Inst on Dcretanla street
yeeterday. if tho finder returns them
to this otllco he will receive a reward of
Knslgn Worth Uagley Garrison, No.
171, holds Its regular meeting In Har
mony Hall, King street, at 7: HO to
night. Visiting comrades arc cordially
(!en. W. II. L. Karnes of San Fran
cisco was married Feb. 25th to Mrs.
Anna M. Scott of San Francisco. Tho
marriage took plaeo In New York and
wns a great surprise to San Francisco
Louis Kcnatio has been ordered by
his physician to take a complcto rest.
Louis has managed to work on an
average of eighteen hours out of twenty-four
during tho last two months nnd
was rapidly breaking down.
Tho V. 8. A. T. Thomas arrived off
harbor this morning nt 9 o'clock. Sho
did not oven stop, only flowing up
long enough to throw on to tho deck
of tho Cummins a wnall bag of mall
and a few lato newspapers for Colonel
Huhlin. The Thomas Is on her way
to Manila with store" nnd a few re
cruits. The campaign the polbo niado a
while ago agiltist th. cxoefslvo Hor
ago of keroseno oil bi business l 'aces
culminated thlu morning In the I'nlrig
of tho two largest Chinese firms, In the
persons of their m'in.igcis for the of
fense. Thero aro ten more cases of
tho same kind In tho Circuit Court
Since tho appyirxnic of tho pUguc
Inst December tho official press letter
books of tho Hoard of Health on that
subject have reached tho -11th page of
volume No. 4, each book containing
500 pages. C. II. Hendry, prlynto m-c-retary
to Dr. Wood, president: of tho
Board, may thcrcforo 'w believed to
hno had his hands full, and all ac
quainted with him know that bin work
Is methodical In tho highest degree.
More Spcctnl Agents.
A prominent Hawaiian official Btated
recently that It would not surpriso him
If ono or nioro special ngents arrived
hero toon to look Into the administra
tion of tho post offlco nnd custom
hoiiFc. This action Is anticipated bo
caiiHii theso departments aro soon to
bo taken over by tho Federal depart
ments nnd also because of tho difficul
ties arising locally through forced
shortago of funds. It Is Quito custom
ary for tho Treasury and Post Oinco
Departments to send out special agents
on Investigating tours, and It Is anti
cipated that tho tnlx-up In these local
bureaus will bo carefully looked Into.
I AM OPENING
A splendid assortment of Un
bleached, Bleached and Colored
LinenTable Damask, Vrith Napkins
and Doilies to match.
E. W. Jordan,
The great demand for the h gh g.ade shoes of Messis.
H man and Johnstone and AUnphy, of whom we are the
elusive agents, has (hoioughly
Progressive in every detail,
an j introducing alwas new feitures, keeps them ahvavs in
the lead and always in d mand.
ORIGINAL DESIGNS, BEAUTIFUL TRIMMINGS,
Thoseiwho purchased Muslin Underwear from
us will remember the PRICES.zs
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.,
Importers of Dry Goods. 519 Fort street.
A GOOD INVESTMENT
Your choice in quantities to suit at
This is an opportunity for you to stock up on a necessiry article. The regular
P'ices of these tumblers are from 75 cents to 90 cents per dozen.
See them piled up In out Ewa window.
W.W. Dimond & Co, Ltd.
Importers of Crockerv and Glass and House Furnishing Goods.
convinced us of the merit of
cut only of the finest stools,
New York Maker.
AMERICAN INFLUENCE IN CHINA
Chicago, Feb. 27. William Aslunaj?..
a Baptist missionary who has sptnt
halt a century In China has arrived In.
Chicago. He Is on his way to his old
homo In Now nnglamt after an absences
of 51 years, yet desplto his age, ho
says ho Intends to return to the CcIm
tlal Umpire and continue his mission
work. Referring to the political situ
ation In tho Last hu Bald:
"Tho presence, of the United Statu;
In the Philippines has changed the
whole Asiatic question. Tho Influence
of tho United States Government is
party In China today. Ho began tio
reform movement shoitly after ttw
closing of tho war with Japan. Tho
Hmpcror, aiding him, established .
system whereby books were purchnetil
anil llbrniies formed. Ho aided In tho
tounding of newspapers. Ho becama
so enthusiastic that he promulgated aa
older to do uwny with cues. This re
sulted In the Umprcss deposing him.
"It Is not tiue that hu Is dead, or
even a prisoner. He mny bo seen dally
taking exercise on tho platform nlaag
tho palaco Malls 'I lie reform move
ment is si' opine but by no means
In ISOfi, the Transvaal ltepubltu iut
ports amounted to $70,000,000, In 1S07
$03,000,000 nnd In 18!)$ there wns it
diop to $30,000,000. The French Con
sul nl Pretoria attributes tho f.illiur,
off to I'icsldcnt Krugcr's defiant iwller.
Chinese Relief Work.
Tho United Chinese- Society acknow
ledges tho following additional sub
scriptions to Its relief work load:
Henry May & Co., Ltd.. $2.0; Henry
Waterhouso & Co., $100; Jat A. Hop
per, $100; M. Phillips d. Co.. $100; Wil
der Si Co.. Ltd., J100- First American
Hank of Hawaii, $250; Pncilic Hard
ware Co., Ltd., 125; Lowers & Cooke,
$150; Pennon, Smith tz Co., Ltd., KG;
Lewis & Co., J.'iO; Ho'lif.ter Drug Co,
Ltd., $25; M. Mclnorny, $:'0, M. S.
nrluhnum A: Co., Ltd., $150, Ilymata
Brothers, $150; L. IJ. Ketr, $50; Jas. K.
Morgan, $100; Fred. Twaedian, $3:
V. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd., $100; V. V.
Allen, $50; Mark P. Itohlnson, $100;
W. C. Achl. $50; t'nion Peed Co. Ltd..
Vru; M. V McClienwv '; Sim. $W.
Total, $2,27!s Tho boelety is furnlah
I11B about l,o00 men, wom?n and chil
dren with rations of rice, dtsttlbiitlns
days bcinu Ma-idnys nnd Thursday.
lluy your cnrrlago material from the,
Pacific Vehlclo and Supply Co.
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