THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL. ADVERTISER : HONOLULU, MAY 9, 1S9S.
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A Bit for Two Bits
And seme for four and more. These are JENNINGS' BITS, cf which
we have a full assortment. Ship and house carpenters' Auger?,
German Bits, Gimlet Bits, Car Bits, Extension Bits, and all sorts of
Of other tools we will just mention the old, well-known Heller
Brothers' Farriers' Tools, of which we carry a full line. Every far
rier admits these to be the best made on earth.
We cannot give you a list of all the tools we carry in stock, but if
wanting anything in this line you are about sure to find same at
E. O. HALL & SON, Ld.
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0 Associate Prees Dispatch S. F. Chronicle.
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NEW .YORK, April 5. The sales of the Remington g
Standard Typewriter, the world over, for March this 0
year, largely exceeded any previous month in its his-
tory. Typewriter sales are a good barometer of general o
industrial conditions. 0
"BLOOD THICKER THAN WATER."
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wnen you worn
est vou 3nJ w
Are what business men
have a right to expect from
well managed legitimate en
terprises. Hundreds fail
where one succeeds, not from
want of merit in the goods
offered for sale, but because
of a lack of the right kind of
knowledge as to what their
A eoo J Carriage, Buegv or Harness don't forget to exam
ine my stock. IT IS THE MOST COMPLETE IN
THE ISLANDS. 1 can make you prices which will inter
ompetition. Just received, ex "Albert:"
ON THE HARBOR.
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd,, Sole Agents,
Paauilo, Hawaii, H. L
Mr. J. G. Spencer,
Pacific Hardware Co.,
Dear Sir:- The Secretary Disc Plow I pur
chased from you is giving us satisfaction. We
are using it to plow under a crop of lupins. They
are three feet high and very thick. Your plow
turns them completely under, at the same time
plowing the land fourteen inches deep.
I feel satisfied that with this plow the draft
for the same quantity and depth of work is as
6 to 8. That is, with the old plow, to do the same
work, it takes 8 good mules; with your plow it
takes only 6, and they are less tired at night.
Please send me another plow by first schooner
leaving for this.
You are at liberty to use this in any way you
may see fit. Yours truly,
WATSON, LAIDLAW & CO.'S
ater- Driven Centri
Which does away with two-thirds of the
floor space, three-fourths of the oil, and
the whole of the belting required for
drying sugar with the ordinary machine.
May be seen in motion on application to
Que2st. ROBERT CATTON
ATTON, EJSILL &
Founders and Machinists.
213 Queen St., bet. Alakea and Richards Sts., Honolulu.
Invito Enquiries for General Ironwork; Iron and Brass Cast
ings. Ships' Blacksmiths. Cemetery Railings and
Crestings Made to Order: Samples on Hand.
r r i A rC DDHMDTI V ATTFNDRD TO.
Head the Hawaiian Gazette
It Should lie Owned By Gov
ernment. Rep. Robertson reported for the Ju
diciary Committee on House bill 85,
relating to appeals from decisions of
District Magistrates, recommending
passage with certain amendments. Re
port laid on the table to be considered
with the bill.
Third reading and unanimous pass
age of Senate bill 38, relating to the
appropriations for the expenses of the
Rep. Loebenstein reported as follows
for the Committee on Public Lands to
whom was referred House bill 64, re
lating to construction of railways:
"The provisions of the bill consist of
a proposed amendment, to the original
act, by the addition of a new section
to be called Section 3A, and which
amendment has for its object the pro
hibition of any railroad corporation,
entering upon, under constructive
authority, or taking any tide water or
interfering with navigation upon any
public navigable waters; also a further
prevention of the erection or the main-,
tenance of any bridge, pier or wharf
in, upon or over any harbor, bay or
river beyond low-water mark.
"Your committee find that the pro
posed amendment is in consonance
with well established rules which con
trol in a proper and equitable degree
the rights and privileges accruing to
the Government in the ownership and
disposition of public lands and proper
ties. If the tide lands below low-water
mark should be permitted, even by
implication, to become separated from
the control of the Government it would
allow of the opportunity for the con
struction of works which would be the
arrogation' of private rights derogatory
to the common rights or the puDiic.
However nerfect a particular owner s
rights may be upon any tide-lands,
harbor, bay or river, those rights are
5to, w thp fact that otners aibu
Vi ft vp thPir risrhts and the enjoyment
of all must be protected against the
misuse of any.
"TCn hptter method can tie aeviseu
than to prevent encroachments by
oroi pn.nrtment and as your commute
considers that the provisions of bill 64
fully covers that object, tney approve
thereof and respectfully recommend
that the said bill pass.
Report laid on the table to Pe con
sidered with the bill.
TTm,sP hill 87. relating to the receipts
w,m fhp stnrp. at Kalaupapa, read sec
ond time by title and referred to the
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wnnco hHl 85. read second time v,im
rnmmittee renort. Committee report
rxooa with Klierht amendment adopt
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onH third reading set ior xue&uaj.
Representative Isenberg reported ior
,a rmmittpp on Military on Senate
bill 35, relating to the National Guard
of Hawaii and Sharpshooters in part,
"The laws relating to the National
Guard of Hawaii as they now exist
cimr.iv nrovide for an oath for enlisted
men only, and this bill provides also
fnr nn oath for officers, wnicn we De
Upvp tn be a very necessary addition
"Section 19 of the existing law pro-
viAaa tVint nnv pnlisted man may be
(lihnrpfl before the expiration of his
term of service by order of the com
manding officer of the battalion or
regiment, etc. The word 'or' has been
added after the word 'regiment,' for the
reason that, under the existing laws,
an officer of a battalion could not dis
charge any man without the approval
of the captain of the company aiso.
Under the provisions of this act, if a
man wishes to be discharged from ser
vice, or can improve himself, the com
manding officer of the battalion can
give him his discharge without the
approval of the company commander.
We believe that this is a wise change,
as under the existing laws the com
mander of the battalion was really
under the approval of the commander
of one of his companies, which is utter
ly foreign to pood military discipline.
"Section 3 of this act provides for
an addition to Section 29 of the exist
ing laws, which provides that a general,
regimental or garrison court martial
can be held for any crime which is not
c.-ipital or punishable by law, but which
is against good order or military dis
cipline. This provision has also been
adopted in the United States Military
Laws, and all such crimes, although
not reached or punishable by law, are
to be taken cognizance of by a general,
regimental or garrison court martial,
according to the nature or degree of
the offense, and punishable at the dis
cretion of such court. We believe that
this provision is necessary for good
"We would recommend passage of
the bill with slight amendments."
Report laid on the table to be con
sidered with the bill.
Second reading of House bill 64, re
lating to the construction of railways.
Passed second reading. Third reading
set for Monday.
House adjourned at 11:45 a. m.
Many old soldiers now feel the ef
fects of the hard service they endured
during the war. Mr. Geo. S. Anderson,
of Rossville, York county, Penn., who
saw the hardest kind of service at the
front, is now frequently troubled with
rheumatism. "I had a severe attack
lately," he says, "and procured a bottle
of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It did
so much good that I would like to
know what you would charge me for
one dozen bottles;" Mr. Anderson
wanted it both for his own use and to
supply it to his friends and neighbors,
as every family should have a bottle
of it in their home, not only for rheu
matism, but lame back, spains, swell
ings, cuts, i bruises and burns, for
which it is unequaled. For sale by all
Druggests and Dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Ltd., wholesale Agents for H. I.
Oar Success in Making
Does not find us resting on laurels al
ready won. We are trying just as
hard now as ever to make the photos
we take of you the best you have ever
Rainv davs do riot affect our work.
We make iust as eood photos when it
is cloudy as when the sun is shining.
baking powder is Schilling s
Best baking powder. It
keeps and does its
Extra Fine Surreys.
Roomy seats furnished in latest styles.
I guarantee all goods.
CARRIAGE AND HARNESS REPOSITORY.
Fort St., above Club Stables.
WILLIAMS I Slid.
Yon'ye Never Enjoyed
The "Real Thing"
Until you've eaten OUR Boston Brown
Bread. We alone make the UjiNU.irMH.
hereiUst as it's made in Boston.
Looks the, same. Tastes the same. It's
the most delicious of all breads, berv-
ed warm, cold or toasted. We send it
fresh from the ovens.
The GERMAN BAKERY
833 FORT ST.
All Kinds of Choice,
Home Dressed Meats.
Tender Roast Beef Sirloin and
Pnrtprhouse Steaks. Roast Mutton,
Mutton Chops, Pork, Etc. can always
be had at our shop.
When you want THE BEST SAU
SAGE ask your dealer for uares.
With one's breakfast is the most relished when
properly made, nor is that all the coffee must not
only be a grade, but freshly ground. We have an
excellent coffee mill (3 sizes), suitable for the kit
chen wall, and just as a flyer we will sell them for
20 cts. each former price 50 cts.
20 Cts., 20 Cts., 20 Cts., 20 Cts.
We have a coffee pot that will make a delicious
cup of coffee in a remarkably short space of time.
Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty.
75-79 KING ST.
TEL; NO. 31
Gold and Silver Watches, 1
Gold and Silver Jewelry,
Prices Aro Right
lTarmfacturine and repairing prompt
ly done. Repairing fine and complicat
ed Watches a specialty.
M. R. COUNTER.
507 Fort St.
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We have heard people say, "Oh,,
yes, I would like to deal with P. J
Voeller & Co. as everything la so nioo
there, and they are so accommodat
ing, but their prices seem high." We
plead guilty to the first count and
not cruilty" to the second. Our prices
are lowest. Never do we ask more.
Be Sure and See the Plans
Life Assurance Society
Of Hew York,
Before Taking Out a Policy.
E. R. ADAMS,
No. 407 Fort Street. General Agent
2 Lb. Tins 25c, for One Week.
Since our introduction of low prices
and first quality our competitors tell
people that the goods are. old or
YOU CAN HAVE YOUR MONEY
BACK IF THEY DON'T SUIT.
.What better guarantee that the
goods are" right?
Central leat Market.
214 NUUANU ST.
1A0 STABLES STAGE LINE
Between Wailuku and Latiama, Maui.
Stage leaves Wailuku depot on the
arrival of the 10:30 A. M. train for
LAHAINA, on Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays. Returning to WAILUKU
from Lahaina on Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Saturdays in time to connect with
the 1:30 P. M. train for Kahului,
Spreckelsville and Paia.
Fares and packages at reasonable
terms. First class drivers Splendid
r0aCl' TAO STABLES,
A. DEREGO & SONS,
A SHIPLOAD OP
NITRATE OF SODA
An Excellent Fertilizer for
Rattoons and Early Cane,
And in the Dry Season.
A.dTnce orders filled as received from
P. J. YOELLER & CO.
FORT & HOTEL ST.
RECENT : ARRIVALS!
Handsome Silk Goods
BLUE CHINA WARE
At more than reasonable prices.
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
For further details address
Hawaiian Fertilizing Company
A. F. COOKE, Manager.
P. O. Box 135. Honolulu.
Jj. KOXG YEE.
Merchant : Tailor.
623 Fort St., Opp. Club Stables.
FINE SUITS TO ORDER AT REA
Suit3 cleaned and repaired. Satis
Cor. Fort and Queen Sts., : Honolulu
The GAZETTE (semi-weekly) Is Issued
on Tuesdays and Fridays.
FROM SAN FRANCISCO:
Gents' : Furnishings i
Everything for the most fastidious
as well a3 for every day wear.
Kwong Hing Chong.
315 Nuuanu St.
IMPORTED DRY GOODS.
English, American and Chinese.
A Specialty. Low Prices to suit th&
times. Come and see our new stock and
store. Don't forget.
315 NUUANU STREET.
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