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rrsndeor of th ocean has ben i ,,- troad wont during the nest It rIIy Ja if th otm . . . a x. 1 A n in njmtoBi! wnu. wiwiik an- uin all pt Peo-, tie lingerie was made all of deucat wnwe . coae from far d nir to French latiste. and the flowery and frills wiirf. aad it fe, HI wortk !-Hir. ' wre of an exquisitely soil and delkate itwt ia a d t for the , cotton sooi. called irashiax ch2bn. Of It memriam to note. tM. traire ' tbes rnfrlrs witre cat in doaWe .. ,MKrt gpos tW Tfcer ! wallops or rwints and battoaboled. There . the war rf tfce Ma ha lrwiites . was scarce a half dozen j"nL of lace the five down cotlr and people at VTaitiki fr steerf: oa Th that handmade ralenons&. very lm of ta jwi d. as aon rail eh a kooa. t aH crw narww and of th' simple paara. with LVeithr linen nor tk are : ooe Dot bn -na of a few var? asw. i bar-' ,. A twartilr at the novel spna4e i . kr h. Jamie and Chine ; ileir Brtnr - u - ,j 1..1 ,- - Baie- Indeed we all have N-n ' ad U dive at the button of cedir cheat , .od orme forth the lonr forrotten - wrap. all .k- wffl aooo I bear thl . 4raiakeni are doinc all inJr,on tae Knm mwc .- -" -- and are bv many worms worn to make the aterndt&t the in nrefcrenr, to ailk akirta that a rather ..e can well l jaafeBBV K fcafr IfQjd klKiratUIIlM'a a-A. 'HMiirV.u r ,. sown aKbcetber t m ' UI- for hi tmpJ' JB ,.,w. it take, a lin: h, the . :rt think wv&4 fr the and etesaat ioWrNarr f that BS. f itwOMRIOII ,ly pretty tioa r imnn xold braid. of the . . .. a-i A. .L Wul Irf ffl. vbvh uir va ' "; - - .... H part b mad of sra hffH n wrh &t'& with the braW. Th-fall m trHfeht. V o yon forttwate enonsh to pows , . Jorel- faa ICmpire fan. o( course. in awordartoe ,ir. The mot w.l the fact that the winter will b.' empire winter. Some of the new hutUiu .if snme of orn are exari rewv"" ""- " fanmuii ones of .Iohie. Pan-. JC'tl amber and v-1 wiUi lac and then hand One of tUe .iiHideil .. , r very of the new fan is the fact that mi... are provided with a couple of hoe. tbrwih which the owner So shade her ey with fan. Z" " i P.Mtn of elaftie Mlk aro now made for with Thy are very broad .ml inav K wretched as much a is causht threush a larse liked. TW9 are '.n.kle ill front awl are ery often span-Rl,.d with sohl W bK They arc partntilaH Miitable to wear with the hh...t Udene. of the . The wider n,. Ih-Ii the more fashionable it . ( l' cowik tbi r ari' ,naJe irate than ever. Fancy a white .. .i snu. eoibroideri'.l with silver .'. y'over a jwle lmie silk foundation : .Jr r..,.ir vlo.tsj of the Pn)4 iinuimm" - - .r,l mousselilie do solo: roses on the Oi...ilders and in front of the lwlice; roses als roi the else of the n skirt. Another is of evni Riiipure . ei ream "ill cowwl with hiffh n.- de solo, awl a hish Iwlt of sold tloth sttidde.1 with blue spangles; elbow iinishe.1 with short Nl,n..s of Riiipure. sl.v.e of wioHsseline de with arouinl the wrist. Another dress is f .ream tulle, inserted with lace over ,.!.. niuk rHrtKMl SIIK; wme !""" - Mish. ndlol twice around the waist and fasteiietl lu front with a rich, jeweled clasp. (Imiy lace. Items a thick material, has In-., a good deal nihjpted for collar bands and is also let imo thin fabrics by way ..t skirt awl IhhUcv triniHiiiiss. A sood inau .Irenes of nswnsl fabrics have the sVtrt triiunied with ten rows of this lace dmded by Halted chiffon. This is most effectiie. Itutums play, a most imiHirtant part with the svll woman of today. They make or mar the chic of a costume to h cr.su t t.xtent. Some IliH' larce butt.ins slww a base with flat designs in ilkir omtIhhI. and a rim of the metal. Pretty little fancy button Mme in . l . fu. ... ....... l.!t it'lcts of colors, ar. usvm w .s-. ......- - silk Sometime one or two of the fine little button aw used to Finish a plain collar where an eUlmrate stock is not worn. The daintiest of the iearl buttons are eiv small a little jnMalfaed flower, each a panrl. and prett,v onoush to wear as a searf jdn. There are buttons in Mimlar style-s with the rhincstones in place of the pearb. ami they are etjually attrartiw. One does not sy "How wan bottwis do 1 need?" and "How ii.u.li will they cstr bt "Shall I ueei one oV two, and what will they cost es hV They are sore to U a dollar and upward, and they seiatillate like There are sW hattoas ot many kinds. s.mie larse. ronnd and flk with nillltary .irns upoa then, while others liave beads. The buttons with a head of some kind npoa them come in man' desipn. On warn of these there is a hoad of jroW uHn a colored fonndatioa, dark blue. perha with a sW edce. These are like some of the bolt bockles only smaller. There is a pretty little silk hnttun which e not heloas to the jewel casket and which Is .se on some waists. It i a tiny while silk button. A fiaanel shirt waiet whkh has a stitched box pleat in front ha a row of these little buttons down the renter, and three more fasten the enff. into which the sleeve sathers foil at the wrtst. White underwear lias arrived at a point of such elaborateness that a reaction lias set in. Vonieu who take pride in nossessiuc the mot exquisite wardrobes of linserie use very, very little lace. A little real Valenciennes is esteemed, but sotnethins better is fine of batiste that is edsed with buttouliole work. Xot even the mast accomplished laundress can do lace to look well and wear well, and vulgar imitation-, are too easily attained; so that the tuot costly and elesant bridal trousseaux fchow all the nisht dresses, petticoat flounces and edgings on and knickers finished with a simple Sue line of la on- box ot bridal things Iatey shipped frees a , a1 lvnr, a . ? tia ntMnrniA.. 1 .. mwwstt ij w. .- ' . eix. - to an- couoaa bj r" "" who. howevetf all dins. io wear. to tbe'irUk petticoat- A. deep ac- . 3 ruffle with liAWtn.. vrwl ordwa - oUitei a foonnot narrowilk rochins. tae edzw of rt are pinked, fa the approved amn pattern for a simple. Msnccabfe ltreet Extremelr prettv ones of &i& reL :rre, mauve and lalw wu aipaca. niae and leHl.. one alpaca skirt outwears two or tare- silk ones, and dean aad fresh cnU'l the day it saws down to lis srave. 5 o A veil roller, says the Tyinditu. Kxpress. U a ehannins and useful arressory ami if daintily made will be a delightful present. Take a s!endr stick or bamboo aliouc to eighteen inches loos. Roll a of waddinz evenly round it till it is about three inches in diameter. Cover it with any pretty, lisht color silk, which may have the owners name embroidered on it. and finish the ends kiy drnwins up the silk with a narrow head-in z. Nearly everyone has a favorite sachet lewder of which senne should scattered on the waddins previous to. eoverins the stick. Veils wound round on this roller will keep fresher than if folded or placed in a sachet or box. 5 Mrs. P. M. "l latch has left Battle Creek Sanitarium, where she has len undergoing treatment, for St. .lonusours. Vt. She will probably join Mrs. Harold Sewali at Bath. Me., in a few months. & & Mr. P. M. Hatch entertained at dinner Sunday evening. Mrs. Bleeker and Miss Plsie Bleeker of the trnnsiort Solace. Mrs. Bleeker and her daughter are ou the way to Manila to join Captain Bleeker, who is stationed there. Mis Bleeker is a very handsome girl ami has been a Ix'lle in New York society. Z General and Mrs. Bell, who chaperone Miss Widdifield at Manila, will give her a grand military wedding. Only one who has witnessed a function of this kind can appreciate the magnincent uispm.t u military wedding entails. O 5" & Mrs. William G. Irwin will not come to Honolulu until May. Mr. Irwin is on the first steamer to arrive. Their magnificent mansion in San Francisco will not le completed for some time yet. 51 5 Dr. and Mrs. McGrew gave n dinner Sunday evening last in honor of Mrs. McNutt. Miss McNutt, Mrs. Martin and M. Addison Mizner. Covers were laid for ten. The evening was most enjoy able. Q The News Letter says: Miss Maae Colhurn's luncheon had the recent bride. Mrs. Henry Dutton, nee Dunn, and the bride-to-be. Miss Polly Dunn, as guests of honor, to meet whom elexen other young ladies were invited, and out of compliment to the chief guests, brides' roses were selected to adorn the daintily decked tables. Miss Polly Dunn will soon be married to Mr. Harry Macfarlaue. The Misses Macfarlane. who have just gone to San Francisco, will remain for the wedding. v? Mr. and Mrs. William C. Wilder of DaventKirt Place have issued cards for an "at home" on Wednesday evening, from S until 10. to meet Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Wilder. Mr. and Mrs. II. Alexander Isenbers have cards out for an "at home" to meet Mr. and Mrs. Paul Isenberg and Miss Isenbers. Monday evening, the liHh of NovemUr. front S:!H) until 11 o'clock. Mrs. Genevieve Good Martin. Mrs. McNutt. Miss McNutt ami Miss Ruth McNutt. with Mr. Frank Good on the Gaelic, were entertained by Mr. Addison Mistier during their brief visit here. Mrs. Martin on her return will spend a mouth in Honolulu. She is one of the handsomest and most members of San Francisco's smart set. Mrs. P. M. Swaniy gave a luncheon Thursday, for Mrs. Benson and- Mrs. Allen. J. tie otiier guests were .urs jas., B. Castle. Mrs. McGrew. Mrs. Spencet, Mrs. Weaver and Mrs. Athertoa. . Many people will be shocked to hear cf the accidental death of Mr. Guy Dennett (nephew of Mrs, Dole), who was lost overlHard on the Coptic between Yokohama and Hoagkong. Mr. Dennett has always caused his friends great anxiety hy his fearlessness and lack of precaution oa ship board. His death U felt most keenly by Governor and Mrs. Dole, who loved him as a son. The engagement of Miss Alice Russell, who was recently a guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gilman. has been announced, but the name of the happy man has boea omitted. N Mr. Percy M. Pond's engagement to Miss Eldridge is announced. They will le married in Ohio at an early date aad will make Honolulu their home. Dr. and Mrs. Frank R. Day leave Honolulu next week for Germany. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Baldwin of Maui are the guests of Mr. and Airs. W. 0. Smith. CHIFFON. THE HONOLULU CORSETS ATTACKED. Agitatioa ia Pan. Agat-a. - v. Fltt'off Things "Worn by Women- s from li Lomdon TcUyrapk. Our Pari, correspondent writes; Agi-S uiuoa over matters affectiar woc b . a,n rife. Mm. Gach-Sar- . ' rante. a lady doctor, is to the fore jjjj "Sa - h. 1 1 fc j & attac . .&.- -- ins. ck. cjis cr coastexoiast i ! ZTmAa. . . et PrationeJ . . ..v- .-- -- - - and points ost the miseries aad the , . , l the fasniocahw ,-, i ib, female foran by fj rdate or CBira. which she is not tae ' first to coEdmn, ot that ilme. Oaches. I .1 ..- AA ' " Sarrante would oa.e ": "'"' "" i awav vrith altocsther. fch approves ot it ;a priadple but maintains that the mod-era stays shoBld fc modified so as cot to produce aad its atteadaat ills. Aaataer lady ctaes forward with more sweeping suggestions as to femiaiae apparel. She aot only iasists oa the of the corset, but also of tight collars an of clothes that fit like a glove. W.raen she contends, must return to the ample and flowinr robes of ancient Greece J aad Rome. Ia place of the stays she advocates a health belt or "denture which, she deems necessary as a proper support of the flexible female form- la ooIt to insure the making of a proper girdle of this sort, the lady in question urge that the dummies or "mannequins" now used by dressmakers should le done- away with and others with normal waists sabstituted for them. Fur thermore, was most be made on modern ' skirts or petticoats, which are far too ' long, and not only impede movement but , cause fatigue when they have to be held 1 nn on a wet day. ! Tin "Women Dreia to Please Men? Max OTlell answers this question in the negative in an amusing article in the New York Journal. "My firm conviction." he says, "is that women dress to .,... ..... .-. , Mil .... thee women . please ;- with envv. anu now maj 1 ." to remark that when I retltct tuat eve after eating an apple, discovered that she was naked. I cannot help thinking that a little bite of that fruit might be of service ( tn mM..v ladies before they leave their' dressing rooms to go to a ball, a theater or a dinner party. Is it that the fashion of the day requires the train to be so long that there remains no material to make a corsage with? "The fact is that unless you go under the table it is practically impossible for you to say what it is that the women wear around a dinner table. As for the . . . - , - ...... .... frnni rli lw"res sigtit ouereu 10 u" s' ..". .-- well be in a at the opera, we might as Turkish bath. And the most amusing and edifying part of it is that this fashion is more flourishing in puritanical England than in any other country I know, and that most of those beautiful daughters of Albion, whom you see so much of, are the very same ones who are presidents, vice-presidents and secretaries of tbi societies for the suppression of the nude in the public parks, the museums and art galleries and other British institutions for the suggestion of indecency. Who says that the world is sad? " 'Society ought to be exjwsed ' I once remarked to a lieautiful menilwr of the English aristocracy 'for giving that bad example." 'You are quite right.' she said, 'but that will do no good, because I believe that there is nothing that English society enjoys more than being exposed.' Evidently I was quite right when I once exclaimed: 'Provided an English woman does not show her feet, she is safe and feels comfortable. "In the way of dressing, of all the wo men of Europe and America the Germans are the worst, the French the best and the Americans the smartest. The German women are covered, the English clothed, the Americans arrayed, and the French dressed. In the United States the latest French fashions are worn in all their freshness and glory, but too often with exaggerations. And when the trench fashions are already outrageous in their extravagance of style and size, then the Lord help the American women ! "If the end of the world were to witness the presence of two women only on the face of the earth, each would strive to outshine the other and look the better-dressed of the two." t, They Bet and Both Won. LFrom the Cleveland Plain Dealer. He was a bashful youth, and when he tried to frame a proposal to the girl of his heart his tongue glued itself to the roof of his mouth and refused to lc loosened. One day they talked of politics. And then of political bets. His eye suddenly brightened. "Wh-what do vqu say." he stammered desperately, "to making a little bet with me?" "I've no objection." she sweetly an' swered. "Then" he went on, "let'es go ahead and make a bet. If McICinley is elected you agree to me!" lie could get no further. But she nobly came to his rescue. "I'll make a bet. too." she softly murmured. "If Bryan is elected you will agree to marry me." There was a brief silence. Then a queer smile struggled across the face of the agitated youth. Another smile lighted the countenance of the happy maid. "Why wait for the election returns?" he chuckled. "Why. indeed?" she eehoed. And they were married the next week. The Kaiser's Lack of Love for Pets. From the WaAinfon 2'ojrf. The kaiser has but little sentimental love for animals. Unlike the other members of his family, he has no canine favorites, and the dogs that he owns are kept in kennels, where he seldom if ever," sees them. In the same way, as soon as ever a saddle horse which he has been in the habit of riding constantly shows any defect, due to hard service, oid age or accident, he at once sells it, and two of the horses best known to the public as in constant use by the emperor during the past four years have just been sold by public auction at Berlin for a mere soag. loth of them falling into the hands of hack carriage owners. One of them is a mare known as Meg Merrilles and the other is a gelding named North Star. The kaiser is almost alone among the rulers of Europe who have no affection REPUBLICAN, SO'DAX, NOVEMBER IS, 1900 for aniaal or brd Qsa Victoria, vousz eceea of Holland, the rear ami , nariaa.aad th kiax of Deamark lia Kte iBa predrictJoa for bird. , Princ Ferdiaaad of Bslraria shares innate liSSj for; v f, hte J" 1 "" of Anstna. make . ? pts of bors sad Francis Joph would th lt ia the world to ever ' a Lors that hi bad ridda to sold at auction for o a a cab horse. n.. kairs action, however, in Xorth Star aad M Jlerrilte - thoronrfjly m r with cis . when, a few werk? alter . ,,,. . , v marker rardener - - - . T J L llcef a ak.tk V vq4 TVnT v- .-- I j - ,.,... . , , . . . i r, . . , .. , during the last few of his terrible iilnescs. and which shocld certainly have beea iacrei in his eyes. Heady for Expaastoa. A little girl in Madison street had just finished a new house dress aad called in one of br friends to admire it. as is customary even amonz girls of larger growth. By way of explanation to her friend she pointed out that the waistbaud had bctioaholes at intervals of about an inch, so that the skirt could be let out or taken ap at pleasure. -What on earth is that forr" asked her friend. "The first hole is to be nswi in the morning, the second after dinner and the third after watermelons." promptly replied the owner of the dress-. Memphis Scimeter. Making and Losing Opportunities. Philadelphia fiKjuirer. Two boys left Iwme with just money enough to take them through college, af ter which they must depend entirely upon own efforts- They attacked the college problems successfully, passed the graduation, received their diplomas from tu tacuity . aiso cuiuieuuu... ,cllclo to a large ship buildin firm. wilh which they desired employment. Ushered into the waiting room of the head of the firm, the first was given aa audience. He presented his letters. nat can you uw: ast.eu iue uiau of millions. "I should like some sort of clerkship." "Well, sir, I will take your name and address, and should we have anything of the kind open will correspond with jou." As he passed out he remarked to his waiting companion: '"You can go in and 'leave your address." " The other presented himself and his pajHjrs. "What can you do?" he was asked. "I can do anything that a green hand can do. sir." was the reply. The magnate touched a bell, which called a superintendent. "Have you anything to put a man to work at?" "We want a man to sort scrap iron." replied the superintendent. And the college graduate went to sorting scrap iron. One week pased and the president, meeting the superintendent, asked: "How is the new man getting on?" '"Oh." said the loss. "he did his work so well and never watched the clock that I put him over the gang." In one year this man had reached the head of a department and an advisory position with the management at a salary represented by four figures, while his whilom companion was "clerk"' in a livery stable washing harness and carriages. Growth of a Note. The wonderful growth of a small sum of money, when aided by time and compound interest, was illustrated in a suit in the probate court at Paris. Mo., when Judge Henry Dooley secured judgment against the estate of the late Elias Ileckart on a note given for money borrowed to pay for a substitute during the civil war. The original amount of the note was 74o. It was given in 1S70, five years after the close of the war. Up to 1S92 payments to the amount of $2SGo had been made on the note and the balance due to date is .$3,710. making the large sum of $G.37ri. which has grown from the original sum of J.745. During the civil war Elias Heckart was drafted into the Union army. He felt that he owed a greater duty to his family than he did to the Union cause, and iti order to escape army service borrowed .$74r from Judge Dooley with which to pay for a substitute. At the time of his death the note given for the loan showed credits to the amount of 2.kS.". and now his estate has a judgment against it for ?3,710 more. Simpson Took It Back. Latcrenc (Kan.) Journal. N Jerry Simpson did something the other day that gave him more real pleas-tire than would a term in congress. In a speech he said that the army in the Philippines was made up of thugs and toughs. Fourteen men who were present had boys in the Philippine army, and they called around after the show was over to interview Jerry alnnit it. That was when he did the thing which gave him such genuine pleasure. He took it back, and was thus enabled to fill his date tEe next day. .$. The Want of You. The want of you is like no other thing; It smites my soul with sudden sickening; It binds my being with a wreath of rue. ' This want of you! It Sashes oa me with the waking sun. It creeps upon me when the day is Haze, It hammers at my heart the long night through. This want of you! It sighs within me with the raistins skies; Oh. all the day within my heart it cries ; Old as your absence, yet each moment new, This want of you! . Mad with demand, and aching with de spair. It leaps within my breast, and you are where? God has forgotten or he never knew This want of you ! Ethel If. Kellcy, in the Smart Set. m Win. Strife & Co. Real Estate Agents F0RSAT.lv J3W Hoas aad lot on Lilih.a St, 55x115; 5 rooias. J5.CH House aad lot oa College it-. 75x125; house contains 7 roosus. 15.000 House asd lot on Alexaader 5t lfrsxiSC. 13,200 House and lot oa Vineyard St.. 75xSO. 13.600 House and lot on Toonj St 60x140. 15,500 House aad lot on Yooas St.. 10 rooms, 90x140: 12.S00 House and lot at Kaliai. iTS xl50. 12,750 House and lot oa Aiapai Si; good view. 12.5u0 House and lot oa Kinau St- 50x100. 11.000 Large lot at Kalihl 77x150. 13,200 House aad lot at Kalihi, 155X 150. 15.500 Business property on Fort St., 47x9S. 15,000 Lodging house in centar of city. 17,500 Investment at Kewalo; monthly income 1110. 14,200 Leasehold on Beretanla St.; 2 large stores; 20 years to run. 17,500 Large lot with buildings on Punchbowl 5r; brings in $93 per month. $5,000 House and large lot on Quetn street. $1,400 Lot on Queen St., 50x100. $S,500 Large lot with 5 cottages; monthly income 1125. 11,250 Large lot at Kalihi, 105x103. 16,500 Elegant residence, 225 ft. front, on Makiki St. $5,500 Residence on Punchbowl near Lunalilo Home, 120x150; a bargain. 14,000 Leasehold on Beretania St.; 39 years to run; net income 190 per month. 900 Leasehold with building oa Fort St.; S years to rua. Lots near Peterson's Lane, Palama; all sizes and prices. Lots on Austin Lane, Palama; all sites and prices. Lots at Kunawai off Liliha and Judd Sts.; all bargains. Lots at Kewalo from 1575 up, according to location. $4,000 Large warehouse at Kewalo; recently built. $4,000 Leasehold of city front lot on Queen St., near Fish Market wharf; 24 years to run. A cottage on Peterson's lane, Palama. Possession given on the 1st of October. TO LET. Three summer residences near city, at Tantalus, Pearl City and Niu. WM. SAVIDGE & CO. Real Estate Agent. 206 Merchant St. J. E SCHMCK Dealer in Real Estate, 223 Merchant St. Offers Sale Lots in the Following Tracts. MANOA HEIGHTS. A few large choice lots with unequaled view; terms easy; prices from $1,7."0 to $2,000 per lot. NUUAXU TRACT. Various lots 50x100 feel ai $250 to $400 each, according to location ; terms $25 per lot down, balance in monthly installments of $10 per lot each month. NUUANU TRACT ADDITION. JUST OPENED AND DIVIDED INTO LARGE LOTS of different sizes, which I will sell on easy monthly installments with a small cash payment down. These lots are almost level and have a rich soil, producing anything aaybody may want to plant. They are only a couple of hundred feet from Nuuanu avenue and of easy access. A 'bus runs to the premises. This is a rare chance to get a good home cheap. NUUANU VALLEY. Five lots on lane just above the Queen Emma premises. WAIKOAE. Near Kamehameha schoc L- Three inside lots on a 25 feet wide street oa easy monthly installments; cheap. KALUAPALENA, KALIHL A large lot with a fine view on a good street; price SL200: terms easy. A magnificent large corner lot with fine view in the choicest part of Kahili; half cash, balance at your own terms. This is a real bargain. KEWALO. Four adjoining lots ; aggregate area lOOx 20") feet; suitable loca'.'oa for warehouse; cheap for cstt'i. KAPALAMA. A large lot oa King street. FOR LEASE. One aad one-third of an acre of Ianl between Liliha street aad Insane Asylum road, dose to Kicg street, room for a large number of cottages. A business site on Af&unakea street, between H.and Paaahi street. ""l!j.H. FISHER KO., LAD1 you can srt ths 1 latest styles in 1 ! Hair Dressing s i 1 s ! at otir PKRLORS e JS We can cive yoa any tyle vou wish in MANICURING The care of the f SC7SLP A. e is oar specialty 4- Oar Hair Tonic will prevent the hair fallinc oat and is a sure care for dandruff. The Misses De Lartigue 10S5 Alakea Street Rear of Dr Anderson's olSce HHnnnii : wmt MEW GOODS JUST ARRIVED White Enameled Iron Beds from $7. Wool Mattresses, the very thing for comfort and health this wet weather, double. $4 : single, SLTiO. Wire Springs from $3. Wool Pillows. Feather Pillows. Hair Pillows. Straw Pillows, Excelsior Pillows. Meat Safes. Ice Chests. Refrigerators. Bookcases. Chiffoniers, Extension Tables, Baby Carriages. Baby Chairs, Baby Rockers. Hanging Iimps. Glass Lamps. Lamp Chimneys, Lantern Globes. Hatchets. Hammers. Levels. Planes. Rules. Files, Wrenches, and everey destriction of HARDWARE, at Prices that Defy Com petition. L. S. Mathews & Son SO (late 2G) Beretania St. Between Nuuanu and Fort Street. STAR DAIRY CO. 3ll MIXED. OFFICE Room 1, Magoou Building, Corner Merchant and Alakea Sts. Telephone MAIN 391. Dairy Telephone BLUE 3171. A. B. DOAK. Manager. LOVEJQY psSlSllle L--.,,:,.-J Hawaiian G51ll Islands. CO. Contractors & Builders General Business Agency. All kinds of laborers' supplies. CURB STONES On hand ready to supply. Postofiice Box S7S. T. LTAYASni, Manager. King Street, near Liliba (Ewa side.) ;Flodern Livery J -AND- - FIRST GLASS B04R0IHG 7 1 AT THE 1 ; Territorial 1 1 Stables Co. 1 1 A . liir St. Bid.. Kawaiahaa Church B rr., j 5TEUEPHONE j ;MAIISI 35.! 7 1 i f Members of Honolulu Stock and Bond Brokers. 411 FORT STBEET. Advances? Made oa Approved ?ecuritT PACIFIC TRANSFER C 227 King- St., Xext to Bailey' Cyclery. KXPRESS WAGONS. DRAYS. LUMBER WAGONS and DUMP CARTS ALWAYS ON HAND. TRUNKS, FURNTrURE and SAFES CAREFULLY HANDLED. Telefhoni: - - MirsS5 The Hawaiian Hardware Co., Ltd. Importers ass Dealers !a Hardware, Crockery, and Glassware 2, 3 and 4 Light Chandeliers and Metal and Glass Lamps, LauiD Fixtures Paints, Oils and Tarnishes, Lard oil. Cvlinderoll, Dynamo oils, etc Powder, Shot and Caps, Agricultural Implements, etc. House Furnishing; Goods, Etc. Silver Plated Ware of all descriptions Table Cutlery etc. Plantation Supplies of Every Description. Hart's Patent " Duplex" Die Stock for Pipe and Bolt Cutting; Rubber Hose, plain or wire bound, etc. Agents for The Aermotor, Made of steel and will last lontror and give better satisfaction than any other manufactured. Orders from the other Islands solicited and promptly tilled W1G.M&C0 LIMITED Offer for Sale: REFINED SUGARS. Cube and Grannluted. PARAFFIXE TALNT CO.'S Paints, Compounds and Building Papers. PAINT OILS, Lucol Raw and Boiled. Liuseed Raw ami Boiled. t INDURFXE. Water-proof cold-water Paint, inside and outside; in white and colors. FEE TLIZEES Alex. Cross .t Sons high-grade Scotch fertilizers, adapted for sugar cane and coffee. ". Ohlandt & Co.'s chemical Fertilizers and finely ground Bouemeal. STEA3I PIPE COVERING, Reed's patent elastic sectional pipe Covering. FILTER, PRESS CLOTHS, Linen and Jute. SEMEXT. LIME OIUCKS Agents For KSTERN SUGAR R ri" GCO., Sat Hr.tn.isco. Cal BALDWIN LOCOMOT. Phtladelphi 1-..U.S.A. NEWELL TTNTVERSAli MILL CO, (Manf.uNationaI Cane Shredder") New York. U.S. A. ! OHLANDT &CO., San Francisco, Cal. UISPOX IRON AND LOCOMOTIVE WORKS. San Francisco, Cal. Ola papers for sale at this offlotw M o Si y