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OABU RAILWAY k LAND CO.'S
To Take Effect From Jauuary 3,
A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
Leave Honolulu. ..6:15 8:45 1:45 4:30t
Arrive Honoullull.7:15 9:49 2:49 5:28t
Leave Uonoallnll.7:45 10:51 3:51 5:50t
Arrive Ilonolala. . 8:40 1 1:55 4:55 6:45t
t Saturdays only. 53-tf
DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, FEBRUARY 14, 1891.
LOCAL, AND GENERAL.
St. Valentine's Day.
r ' i i hi hi.
Mr. F. A. Scbaefer has a coffee and
cattle ranch for sale.
A very large nnmberof passeDgers
arnvea uy tne . u. Hall yester-
An important notice to the Fire
1 olice appears among our advertise
Permanent Organization Con
stitution Adopted Officers
A large attendance was present at
Is told of a young lady not long
since, having taken an old fashioned j
and very large bulls-eye watch to a
jeweler in the States, and wanting
mm to mate two smauor ones or the
same; one for her and one for her
sister. He told her it could not be
the meeting of the committee select
ed to push the matter of raising, by doneJ 4 sli8 lef.k him witu a.v.ei7
popular subscription, money to erect
a statue in memory of the late King
Kalakaua. The committee met atj
the Hawaiian Hotel a, an early hour
yesterday evening, .ind earnestly
poor opinion of hia skill and ability.
He could not accomplish an im
possibility, nor can we; but I'll tell
you what we can do. t or instance.
If you are the possessor of a good
watch but unfortunately a key-
winder; ana constantly annoyed by
Mr. J. F. Morean has a sale of
household furniture Wednesday, considered tha matter from all rjoints "1. "A. . Il i ."- V
Ffih Ifitb iwsiug uae t?y, or tearing your nans
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After due deliberation the follow
ing Constitution and By-laws were
W. C. PEACOCK & CO.
VtM.ll cOR SALE EX "CHARLOTTE," AND OTHER LATE ARRIVALS
IN BOND OR DUTY PAID,
A.t Lowest Market Rates!
A LARGE AND CHOICE STOCK OK
MODEL v BAKERY
Members of the Myrtle Boat Club
will meet at 10 a. m., Sunday, at the
Friday, Feb. 13.
Stnir WG Hall.Freeman.from Maui and
Stmr J A Cummins, Neilaon, from Koo
lau. Schr Kaulilua put back.
Friday, Feb. 13.
Stnir CR Bishop, Le Claire, for circuit
Stnir J A Cummins, Neilson, for Koo-lau.
Schr Lavinia for Kauai.
VKSSELS LEAVING TO-DAY.
Am schr Rose Sparks, Brandt, for San
Br S S ilonowai, Carey, for the Colo
nies. Schr Kaulilua for Kauai.
Am bk Chas B Kenney, Hanson, for San
Am bktne Planter, Dow, for San Francisco.
On Thursday, Feb. 17th, twenty
five head of horses will be Bold at
Members of the Bar are requested
to assemble at the Attorney uen-
eral s ofhce at 10:30 a. m., Sunday.
The bark Andrew "Welch discharg
ed 1U7 tons of coal lhursday for the
Union Iron Vork3, at the Oahu
Railway's wharf. A pretty large
Court Diary Saturday, February
11th, in ro estate of Kukuinni. Mo
tion for accounting. Monday, Feb
ruary lGth, estate of W. G. Trask.
Petition for administration.
From Maui and Hawaii per stnir W G
Hall, Feb 13 From Volcano: F M Far
well, Miss J M Farwell, F P Pituev, Miss
F Stone. Dr H W Savior and wife, Miss L
Church, L G Clark, 11 E Wilcox, A V Van
Valkenberg. From way ports: Geo C
Beckley.J K Nahale. P Peck, Hon W II
Cornwell, Miss L Cockett. Judge C Copp
ana wife, Miss E Copp, C V E Dove. Judge
Kia Nahaolelua and wife, J K Kekaula,
Miss Maio, Mrs Kekaula, Miss Keiii, Hon
W Y Horaer, Chas Wilox, A Akana,
Judge Kaalaoaiuaka, J Mokaina, Mrs J H
Sherwood, Miss E Lyons, Judge A N Ke
poikai and wife, C L.Brito. Miss Thomp
son. Hon J H Wairu:lani. Mrs Kaafa. Mrs
J D Johnson.D H Nxhiou, wife and family,
J M Samayoa, R biouixa and servant,
Col Z S NorrU. Jno M Bright, H G Tread
way, Miss Kodgers. 'f K amoli, J Ahuai.
Mrs W F Roy, A K;na and 163 deck passengers.
On the last page will be found the
twelfth instalment of " Horner's
Bank Bill." If the dividends will
only pan out like these instalments,
every poor man will go for it.
The barkentine Planter, Captain F. A.
Dow, sails to-day for eui Francisco with
S50 tons sugar. Uhe sttamer J. A. Cum
mins brings 1.200 b..ji sugar from Heeia
for her this morning.
An eleven ton boiler was landed from
the bark Charlotte yesterday. Its mate
will come off this morning. They are for
Mr. H. Cooper's new sugar mill at Holua
loa, Kona, Hawaii. The rest of the
machinery for the mill wiil be landed dur
ing next week.
The bark Charlotte will finish discharging
cargo about the end of next week.
Purser Geo. C. Beckley of the steamer
Kinau left his vessel at Makena on her last
trip, and boarded the steamer W. G. Hall
for Honolulu, to attend the late King's
funeral to-morrow. He reported that the
brigactine Geo. H. Douglass sailed from
Kahului last Wednesday with sugar for
San Francisco, and that the brigautine
John D. Spreckels wiil leave from the
same port to-day, sugar-laden for San
The steamer Claudine arrived at Kahu
lui with the barkentine Skagit in tow on
Wednesday morning at 3 o'clock.
The schooner Kaulilua, which left this
port for Kauai on Thursday afternoon, re
turned on Friday morning with her fiying-
1'ib and mainsail in rags. While the Kau
ilua and the Liholiho were off Waianae on
Friday morning, a heavy rain squall unex
pectedly appeared, which partly damaged
the sails of the two schooners. The steam
er C. it. Bishop took down to Waianae
yesterday morning a jib for the Liholiho.
The tern Zampa sails next Monday in
ballast for Huof Hawaii, to load sugar foi
ban 1? rancisco.
The steamer W. G. Hall brought on Fri
day afternoon from Maui and Hawaii 125
bags awa, 42 bags coffee, 27 head cattle, 120
pkgs. sundries and 6,520 bags sugar.
The schooner Rose Sparks sails to-day
for San Francisco.
The American bark Chas. B. Kenney,
Captain Hanson, sails to-day for San
Francisco with about 1,750 tons sugar.
"Within a day or two past we have
seen some very fine views of the
Throne Room at the Palace, in which
the coffin of His late Majesty is
lying in State, surrounded with its
beautiful paraphernalia of royalty,
taken by Mr. "Williams. There will
be several views in the set, and we
are safe in saying that no pictures
equal to these have ever been taken
on any previous occasion of the
kind. They will not be ready to
offer to the public till after the
funeral, when the series illustrating
events before and at the funeral, will
be complete. When finished, the
series will make one of the best
mementoes of the occasion procurable...
The Honolulu Fire Police
pany held a special
night. Several new members were
elected, and arrangements were
made for taking part in the funeral
procession of His late Majesty
J ust inside the Richard street en
trance to the Palace yard, a cave-in
occurred presumably NVedaesdav
night, as on Thursday morning an
opening was discovered fourteen
incnes in ammeter at tne sur
face, four feet deep with a dia
meter of five feet at the bottom.
The depression has been filled.
Mai Fai intends leaving for San
Francisco in the next trip of the
Australia, and in the meanwhile is
staying with Mr. and Mrs.C. B.Rey
nolds, corner of . Beretania and
Punchbowl streets. On her return
to the Coast, she will superintend
the publication of a second edition
of her book, "Fruits of Passion,"
the demand for which has exceeded
The cathedral congregation of St.
Andrew's will hold a half hour's ser
vice to morrow morning, commenc-
cing at 9 o'clock. At its conclusion,
His Lordship the Bishop of Hono- i
lain, the clergy, and the choir, will
march to the Palace to hold the
funeral services in the throne room
over the dead body of the late King.
The evensong with sermon will be
held at 7:30 o'clock.
An Illustrated Edition for the
A full and detailed report of the
funeral will appear in the Weekly
Gazette, which wiil be issued at 12
o'clock on Monday, which will en
able correspondents to secure copies
for posting in time to go forward by
the Charleston's mail on Tuesday.
Orders for thi3 illustrated edition of
the Gazette may be sent in advance
to the news companies or to the pub
lication office, 46 Merchant street,
and all such orders will be filled at
once after the paper is issued, and
sent to the parties or Jering them.
St. Andrew's Cathedral.
The services of the second congre
gation of St. Audrew's Cathedral to
morrow, Sunday, will be as follows:
9:45 a. m., Litany and sermon; hymns
841, 249 and 25. G:30 p. m., evensong
withsermoa; hymns 250, 191, and 27.
Rev. Alex. Mackintosh, pastor. All
are invited to these services.
Daily Advertiser "50c. per month.
The funeral service for His late
Majesty Kalakaua will take place in
the Throne Room of Iolani Palace
at 11 a. m., Sunday. Special invita
tions have been issued for the ser
vice, which will be conducted in
Hawaiian by the Bishop of Hono
lulu and clergy of the Anglican
Cathedral. The music, under the
direction of Mr. "Wray Taylor, will
be sung also in Hawaiian by a sur-
pliced choir of boys and men. Fol
lowing is the order of the service:
Organ Funeral March, " In Memori
am." Wray Taylor.
Reading of the sentences beginning "I
am the resurrection," etc.
Hymn" When our heads are bowed
Psalm 90 To be sung to a chant com
posed by Her Majesty Queen Liliuoka
lani. Hymn" Blest were they who walked
in love." .
Reading of Lesson 1st of Corinthians,
Hymn To be sung by the Kawaiahao
As the body is moved out of the
Throne Room, Handel's Dead March in
Saul will be played on the organ.
At the Royal Mausoleum the choir
will sing the hymn " Now the laborer's
task is o'er."
Services at Kanmakapili.
A memorial service will be held
for His late Majesty King Kalakaua,
at 7:39 o'clock, Wednesday evening
of next week, at Kanmakapili
Church. The services, under the
direction of Miss Patch and Mr.
Richards of the Kawaiahao Female
Seminary Chorus and the Kanmaka
pili Church Choir, will comprise
hymns and anthems appropriate for
the occasion, also remarks will be
made and prayers offered by Rev. J.
Waiamau and others. Mr. Wray
Taylor has charge of the services; he
will play several selections on the
Thi3 memorial serYice will be
given partly from the fact that the
lAte KiDg was much interested in
the construction of the church. The
chime of bells and the design of the
organ were the results of his sug
gestions. Xo charge will be made for
Central Union Church.
The Sunday school and the morn
ing service will be omitted on ac
count of the obsequies of His late
Majesty. At the evening service the
pastor will preach upon "The Tri
bute due to our New Sovereign." A
discourse for all good citizens. "
To those who need a pleasant Tonic
for any kind of debility, we can recom
mend Clements' as the best. For sale
bv Hoi.uster & Co.
CONSTITUTION OF TUE
KALAKAUA MONUMENT ASSO
Akticlk 1 Name.
The name of this organization shall
be the Kalakaua Monument Associa
Aht. 2 Object.
Its object shall be to provide wavs and
means tor the erection ot a suitable
monument or statue in honor of His late
Art. 3 Membership.
The members of this association shall
be as follows: J.J. Williams, Paul Isen-
berg, W. F. Love, C. J. McCarthy, U.T.
Wilder, J. O. Carter, Jr., J. H. Wode-
house, Jr., W. G. Ashley, W. C. Kinc.
J. M. Monaarrat, t . liishOD. Hush
uunn, J. M. Dowsett, A. Kosa, T. P.
Cummins, S. K. Kane, M.P. Robinson,
Samuel Parker, Jno. Ena, J. F. Colburn.
P. D. Kellett, Geo. Norton, Geo. Allen,
ueo. C. Beckley, Samuel Nowlein, E. C.
Macfarlane, Carl Metz, T. R. Lucas. R.
More and W. 11. Cornwell.
Art. 4 Officers.
The officers shall be a President, two
Vice-Presidents, secretary. 1 reasurer.
Auditor and a board of three Trustees,
whose duties shall ba as prescribed by
Art. 5 Board of Directors.
The affairs of the association shall be
conductedby a Board of Directors to con
sist of all the officers and trustees, and
its meetings shall be open to the mem
bers. Itiev shall make all arrangements
to provide means to carry out the obiect
of the association. They shall not con
tract with any person or persons for the
statue or monument except by a vote of
to-thirds of the members of the associa
Art. G Board of Trustees.
All moneys collected by the associa
tion shall be vested in the Trustees,
their successors in office and assigus,
subject to the power of the Board of
your watch into a fine smooth stem-
w e aiso nt your waicn with a
Brequet hair-spring and patent reg
ulator making closer regulating poa-
BlUie. XX. X. HICHMAN.
M Ales, Stout,
COMPRISED IN PART A8 FOLLOWS :- -
CHAMPAGNE in Pints and Quarts:
G. II. Murnm & Co. "Extra Dry." Pommery & Greno " Sec "
Louis Roderer Grand Vin Sec."
An excursion train of twelve cars.
f1 iZl ni: CALIFORNIA and EUROPEAN
uoac, ncui isvci tuo vauu iValiWHY
1 1 . xr -r . , I Unvf U I . Ml . I Ml ' I
Vew xears, me excnrsion- xuil, OHU1TY, imilcUHl, iUllSCtU,
ists taking a whole cartload of fire- o 7
crackers, bombs, etc., with them.
On Monday, February 16th,
THE VIENNA MODEL BAKERY will
commence to deliver nm-cUss
Bread for Families
Such as French. Cream, Milk. Rye and
Plain White In dittereut atylw.
Also, Rolls. Ties. Cakes and Finer Pas.
tries of all kinds.
Bmkf&st Rolls ind Bans a speciilty.
Madeira, Zinfhndel, Claret, Malbec,
In Kegs and Coses.
IIICH AND GUARANTEED
positively pure Ice Cream of
finest flavors at only 2 per UUbli WIIISKILS John Jameson & Son, .
whole gallon at the Pioneer Steam Candy Juicheil s Cruiskeen Lawn.
SCOTCH WHISKIES Tapoithen. Islav Bland. fihnor
Factory, Bakery and Ice Cream Parlors.
2OJ0-tf F. Horn, Proprietor.
Hotel St., bet. Fort and Nnuanu.
E. & J. Burke, .
Fire Police, Notice!
BOURBON WHISKIES Belle of Nelson 1881."
uuuuuosu, rwciiiuu&jr fttvunn?, VUlierS Al.
Golden Sheaf, O. F. C.
'Parties wishing to be supplied will
kindly leave orders at
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLOUS,
85 Hotel street.
Mutual 338 Tilkfhokm Bell 182.
A LL MEMBERS OF THE FIRE PO-
"Mice Company are respectfullv requested
to be at Mr. Goldberg's store THIS DAY.
(Saturday), J? eb. 14th, between the hours
of 11 :30 i. m. and 1 p. M., to receive certain
equipmedts for His late Majesty's fnneral.
au members of the rire fohce Com-
Hiram Walker & Sons 1883 "Club" Whiskey
H1BAH WALKER & " IMPERIAL" RYE-WHISKEY, J FJST RECEIVED ld FOR SALE HEAP
Ex FAUST, 30G Day From New York.
CjIJN Palm Tree, J. D. K. & Z., J. J. Melcher's Elephant." Boord &
bons "UM lorn," Large Stone Jugs Kxqnise," "Royal Club."
BRANDIES De Laage Fils & Co. .
Extra fco.'l, Gonzalez & Co. 5 Crown
Hennespy . John Exshaw
pany are herebv notibed to meet on SUN- GrTJIN'N"KSS
DAY MORNING, Feb. 15th, at 9 o'clock
at the residence of Mr. L. Touissant. op
posite the Bell Tower, preparatory to at
tendance at the funeral of His late Majes-I
iy ivaiaKaua. iby-it
G. A. E. Notice.
STOUT, BASS' ALE,
PABST MILWAUKEE BEER,
In Quarts and Pints.
Headquarters Gfo. V. DeLong Post)
No. 45, Dept. of California, G. A. B.V
Honolulu, Feb. 13, 1891. )
ALL G. A. R. COM-
rades and honorably dis
charged Soldiers & bailors
of the United States who
served in the late rebellion
are invited to meet at Har
mony Hall, King street,
at 9:30 o'clock a. m., on
SUNDAY, February 15th,
to attend the Funeral of
His late Majesty King Ka
J. M. ROSS,
PEACOCK & CO.,
13G2 2688 3m
: Bargains ! -:- Bargains !
MEMBERS OF THE BAR ARE RE
quested to assemble at the Attorney
General's Office, on SUNDAY MORN
ING, February 15th. at 10:30 o'clock for
the purpose of attendine the Funeral of
His late Majesty King Kalakaua.
A. 1'. riaEKSON,
THE MEMBERS OF THE MYRTLE
Tlont. nillh r rpnnoctf pil trt naaomHIo of
the Gymnasium. Beretania street. TO
MORROW (Sunday), at 10 a. m. sharp, to
attend the Funeral of His late Majesty
W. T. MONSARRAT.
2089-1 1 Secretary.
GEO. WILLIAMS. P. f!
2688-2t K. ot R. & S.
Section 1 The meetings of the asso
ciation shall be subject to the call of the
President, or a majority of the Board of
Directors or upon the written request of
one-third of the members of the associa
SeC. 2 Shake Certificate.
The association shall issue Share Cer
tificates to each of the subscribers which
shall be signed by the President and
Treasurer. It is hereby provided that
no person shall hold in his or her name
more than one of these certificates. The
price of these certificates shall be $1
Sec. 3 President and Vice-Presidents.
It shall be the duty of the President
to preside at all meetings of the Associa
tion and Board of Directors. He may
call meetings and shall call such when
requested to do so in accordance with Sec
tion 1 of these By-laws. The first Vice-
President Bhall perform all the duties of
the President in his absence or disability.
The second Vice-President shall do the
same in the absence of the first Vice-
Sec 4 Secretary.
It shall be the duty of the Secretary to
keep a record of the proceedings of the
meetings of the Association and of the
ixiaiuui iiietluiB. 110 uau van epcuiai I 1 1 HI RKRS np O A H II l.flTlfJP? Vn 1
meetings when requested in accordance ill and Visiting Brethren, are reaues'ted'
with Section 1 of these By-laws. to meet at the Lodge Room, on Fort street
Sec 5-Treasurer. "f.u V1,e V"??" a9 M-
T. , , ., , . , . . . to attend the Funeral of His late Majesty
It shall be the duty of the Treasurer to Kalakaua. Per order.
take charge of the moneys of the Asso
ciation and pay the same to the Trus
tees, lie shall disburse moneys in
accordance with the instructions of the
Board of Directors.
Sec. 6 The Auditor shall audit and
approve all accounts of the Association.
Sec 7 A majority shall constitute a
quorum for the transaction of business.
After the adoption of the above
Constitution and By-laws, the con
vention (for such it was) proceeded
to the election of a permanent
set of officers, resulting as fol
lows: President, Hon. Samuel
Parker; First Vice President, J
Hon. C. J. McCarthy; Second
Vice-President, Hon. John Ena;
Secretary, Mr. W. G. Ashley; Trea
surer, Mr. M. P. Robinson; Auditor,
Mr.E. F. Bishop; Trustees, Hon. E.
C. Macfarlane, Hon. Antone Rosa
and Mr. J. F. Colburn.
The committee on permanent or
ganization comprised Hon. A. Rosa,
Hon. E. C. Macfarlane, Hon. C. J.
McCarthy, Messrs. J. F. Colburn, J.
J. Williams, S. K. Kane and E. F.
By reading the names of the mem
bers of the convention and of the
various officers will convince the
Dublic that the work is in good
hands, and perfectly non partizan in
Dolitical complexion. The officers of
the organization are also the direc
tors. They are well known as men
of ability on whom the people of the
Kingdom can thoroughly rely lor
the collection of the amount requir
ed and the proper expenditure of the
Supreme Court At Chambers.
BEFORE M'CDLLT, J.
Friday, Feb. 13.
In re estate of Henry M. Stillman.
Petition of J. M. Dowsett for pro
bate of will and letters testamen
tary. The Court orders the will ad
mitted to probate, aDd that letters
testamentary be issued to petitioner
under 6,500 bond. Whiting for
In re gnardianship of Mary,
Charles and Ella Bridges. Annual
account of W. O. Smith, guardian.
Court orders account approved.
THE MEMBERS OF LODGE LE PRO
gres de l'Oceanie No. 124, are hereby
notified to meet at their Hall on King St.,
at 9 o'clock a. M., on SUNDAY, the 15th
inst., for the purpose of attending the
Funeral of our deceased Brother, P. M.
The members of Hawaiian Lodtre and
all sojourning Brethren are respectfully
invited to attend. Per order.
F. J. HIGGINS. W. M..
J. T. DOWNEY, Secretary.
THE MEMBERS OF HAWAIIAN
Council fift! American Lesion of Honor
are requested to assemble at Harmonv
Hall, King street, on SUNDAY, February
15th inst., at 9:15 a. m., to attend th? Fu
neral of our late Companion, His Majesty
K.ala&aaa. 1 er order.
I. 0. 0. F. Notice.
MEMBERS OF EX-
celsior Lodge No. 1, and Harmony
Lodge No. 3, 1. O. O. F., and all visiting
brothers of this order, are respectfully re
quested to meet at Excelsior Lodge Room
on SUNDAY. Feb. 15, IKil , at 9:45 a. m.,
to attend the Funeral of His late Majesty.
J. 1. TtUKtlK, IN. U.,
L. L. LA PIERRE. Sec'ty.
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., 1D.,
Beg to announce that m consequence of extensive repairs to their building, i
they are Removing their Stock of Goods to the
During removal, in order to save expense of handling,
Their Entire Stock is Offered at Reduced Rates!
TO THE TRADE.
Persons requiring anything in their line will find this a specially favoi
ISTew Goods, 3S5"ew. Goods
Have lately been received and fresh invoices are on the way.
PACIFIC HAKDWAKE CO., LU,
UNION IRON WORKS CO.
J. N. S. WILLIAMS,
11. MORE, :
Office and Works,
Sugar Machinery, Irrigating Machinery, Steam Engines,
Steam boilers, Juice Tanks, Coolers, Molasses Tanks, Sugar Cars,
Cane Cars, Elevators, Conveyors, Furnace Fittings,
Wrought and Cast Iron Work for House Builders,
Water Wheels and Gearing, Bar Iron, Etc.
DIFFUSION MACHINERY IN ALL ITS BRANCHES
SOLE AGENTS HAWAIIAN ISLANDS FOR THE
Pelt on "Water "Wheel.
RErAIKS of all kinds of
RATES and at SHORT NOTICE.
MACHINERY done at
OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF
Polynesia Encarnpmen No. 1, I. O.
O. F., and Visiting Patriarchs are request
ed to meet at Excelsior Lodge Ante Room
on SUNDAY. Feb. 15. ISrt, at 9:45 a. m.,
to attend the Funeral of His late Majesty.
tl. U. WILLIAMS, u. l'.,
2GS4-fit L. L. LA PIERRE, Scribe.
OLD BUCKLE WITH BLACK SILK
"ribbon and watch-catch attached; "An
drew. Dec. 25, 1890," engraved on Lack of
buckle. Finder please return to No. 8
Knkui St., and receive suitable reward.
CRYSTAL SODA WORKS,
HAKE & CO., Props. No. 81 KING STREET
Sole Manufacturers or ths Great Blood Purifier "
Sarsaparilla, Lemon, Cream and Plain Soda.
Champagne Cider, Etc., Etc.
Dff-ALL AERATED WATERS GUARANTEED TURK.,
Mutual 330--TELEIHON"Jf.S--Bell 298
Galv. Screws and Lead Washers,
Plain Galvanized Iron,
Sheet Lead, bheet Zinc,
Boxes of Tin,
Galvanized WATER PIPING, , J4',
HAIR FELTING and Asbestos Sponge,
for covering steam pipes ;
Rubber Packing:, all kinds :
BLACK FENCE WIRE,
Galvanized Fence Wire,
Galvanized and Copper Telephone Wire,
Genuine Bell Telephones,
Electric House Bells, and
0"Electric Light Plants of any
size and description furnished and in-.
Bbls. Coal Tar,
Bbls. Stockholm Tar,
Bbl8. Pitch, Asphal turn;
Blocks, in great variety ;
Manila Rope, to 7 inch ;
Iron and Steel Wire Rope,
Iron Seizing, assorted ; ' ' .
Yellow Metal Sheathing, 14 oz. to 2G oz.
Oakum, Oars, all sizes ;
Bunting, assorted colors ;
American and Hawaiian FLAGS.
A great variety of
SHIP HARDWARE of latest designs.
NO OLD STOCK !
Also, constantly on hand, a full stock of
Tools of all kinds,
KEROSENE OIL, of good quality ;
SPERM, and all other
LUBRICATING OILS ;
Boston Card Matches,
Rubber Hose, assorted ;
ALCOHOL of high test for mechani
cal and medicinal purposes, just
JD&"All of the above for sale bt
E. 0. HALL & SON,
Cor. Fort and King Streets.
NOW THAT THE RAINY SEASON
is upon us, everybody wants a Door
Mat that will be an ornament at the
front door, and will thoroughly do the
wont required ox it. ine
Hartman Steel Wire Mat
Is just, the thing. It cannot become
soaked by rain, as is the case with fiber
mats, and it always keeps clean. Being
made of Galvanized Wire
They Cannot Rust
As do many of the wire mats now in
use. They are far superior to and far
more durable than fiber or rubber. Can
be had of Steel Wire at
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE COMPANY,
(Opposite Spreckels & Co.'a Bank,
2679-tf FORT STREET.
133 Fort Street.
Fresh Fruits and Potatoes by every ytmr.
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A fine Stock of Havana Cigars, Tobacco.
Orders for Groceries promptly filled.
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