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Hotel Street, ""Robinson Block."
LY fo annotrnrc lo their nnmcroutt patrons the
arrival of Xew Goods, such as Carved Oak lied
room Set, Italian and Wirier Ware made, up
into Stands, Center Tablet and Chairs of the
xcru lattsl designs. Dining Haom Furniture, vr
tension Told en a specially. Also a fresh hi of
I'orlier Curtains in dilieale shades, cle., cle., etc.
Bmli. 526 TBTiRPUONES -Mm ai, 4fi
Pioneer Furniture House
ESTABLISHED 1 SB.
New Goods ! Latest Designs ! Largest Stock !
HOI. ID OAK UKDltOOM bKTb,
HOKAB, I.OUKGKS WAKDUOIIKB,
MIKUOKS, .MOUI.MNOB, KTO.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting
Per Roll of 10 Ynnts. 12.00.
And a Fine Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent I Chairs for Rent I
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Mutual 76
Successors to C. E. Williams.
609 AND 611 ZING STREET.
A largo assortment
has just been re
ceived or "lv. V.
lticluit" and "('. D
Uryant," und inoie
to airivo por "Tran-
Hopp So Co.
ISTo. r7: King Street.
IMl'OKTKHS, WlfOI.KSAhK AND Ul.T.VIh DHAI.KKB IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Stroota.
Every variety, style
and J price in the
Furniture line. The
best and most va
ried in Honolulu.
Call and iubpcel our
from nil t lit) Ccl. hr.ttil
Kiictorlus la tint Unlliil
come at no distant day. That will
bo tho signal for a groat doveloji-
uiuiit in Hawaii Tho islands will
buuomo au important business eon-
i tor. Tho l'acific cablo which loaves
thoiu out of its sjstom will bo at a
. great disadvantage. Undoubtedly
111 Ulilcrtn lt)Otl the New an Amorioati cable from Montoroy
ViMii- vi rln sn rmilivimr Mvi UaJ' to Hawaii will follow annoxa
e.u,e uo so leuliing that Uolli h Miould precede it. Musimw
nothing can give the intclli- conditions will practically compel
....!.. i the British company to make a con-
gent or judicious buyers more no(.tion with Hawaii. Tho proposed
satisfaction than to have US British lino han jot to bosurvoyed
.. , . , and located. Wo can anticipate it
stick to our QUICK fciAI.KS by laying our own cable. Th lirit-
anmj Small Fuoki is Systkm.
In has been the nieuis of
living them money on every
purchase made of us. While
to us it has increased our
trade from the day we adopt
We will have no t helves
for shop worn goods. Nkw
Goods, Good Goods, Styi.
isii Goods, and plenty of
them, with a reasonable price
Usui on them will be the
order of this coming year's
business. We want your
trade and will have it, if
goods and prices have any-
thing to do with your buying.
to J J n
We propose to keep in
in,.li uiili T,m. Yi.lf P.niu
touch with iNew loik, lans
and I.ondni, at 118 near their
prices as is consistent.
Each Dm'Autmknt in the
Stows will bo found to con
tain a Ghotck and Vawkd
Skuhtion of the jSkwkst
and most FaSIIIOXAMLK
AT AMiKtit . i U .i r1 ,.,,.
MATMUAI.S and IrAKMKNTS
of (.very description. We
. . . . . .,
want you to get into the
habit of expecting this, and
. . ii 11 mi
inspecting our stock. It will
save you time, troublo
This Week We have some
line In'diax Ruos, some Cak
PKi'S and CuitTArxs that you
will make no mistake by buy
n. p. rcnijimK & jo.
Too High !
Su Says the Uiiinitmtut
Do Not Be Deceived !
Do Not Deceive Yourself !
Make honest comparisons not
liftween St. J'ttrrshnnj unit Hono
lulu, hut ht'twtrn our rkcs ami
prices prevailimj in other establish-
mmls HERE. IIV are sellina
an low as $12 pit dozen. Think
of it' .ft for a Solid Tm Spmm
of fiootl weight and site; heaviir
patterns at the same low rate pi r
ouncf. II V further eatrove ini
tials free of vhaiye on nit our Sil
ver Ware; thus miviitji you many
more dollars, anil still further re
dncimj tin mil of our silver to you
over flftien juttl'-riis to vhonne
lit' are sellimj Sterling Silver
Cuff Links fur 7'xi. and .)? pet st,
and yet have never bragged about
it; while the quality of our goods
has steadily GONE VI', our
prices have constantly
The volume of business done
daily in our Store, is proof of the
appreciation held by the general
public of our immense stock; of the
newness of everything in it; of the
ease with which your ivants can be
supplitd. There is no need calling
your attention to THE (UWUI'Y
of our Silver people know a good
thing when they see it, and you
know i(4 buy only the best.
H. F. WICBMAN,
RJri Dr. L1EBIG & CO.
lUI i 111 tyfrdiJ Doctors for ('home.
Ml I m i finite unit II iii(
l)r I.IoIiIb's liiviiinrator tlin Kreatfst ro
luilv fur Bt'iiiliml S ouknesa Loss of Mini
IiixiiI nnil l'rivalu Dlsfiisoa, uvurunuies I'm-
miUureiiesa anil jireparus all for marriage
life's diitlca. iik'iiBiirca and ri'simsllilllt!i'3;
$1 trial boltlu (jlvt'ii or sunt (no to any one
ileacrllilliK syiiiitoiiis: call or uddrcss 1U0
Geary St., private entrance 405 Mason Ht.,
bail FrouvUco. IttWi 1
Tho Cablo and Annexation. I
Hawaii in looking forward to an
nexation, which is iirottv suro to
lsh company will then find it to its
interest to make a connection at Ha
waii without any exclusive privileges.
That will put us in communication
with tho whole future cablo system
of the Pacific, with Hawaii, as the
center, in American bauds.
Tho course for our Ooiornumnl to
follow is, first, to hold Hawaii to its
treaty obligations by refusing tho
British Cable Company any exclu
sive privileges; next, to lay a line ho
tuuuii Montoroy i$ay and Honolulu,
and finally to annex Hawaii as soon
as possible. S. !'. Hull-Int.
Somothtng About Two Hoys.
"The most pathetic incident of
my childhood is this: My mother
had been erj ill for several weeks,
and tho doctor solemnly announced
thai she could not livo more than
two or three days longer at most.
that nitflit inj latlior roused
frmn slintti ntitt liwl nut t it niv
little bed to bid her a last good byo.
l ,,nU m,v"' forcli t', oou. jvlijcli
Was now and awful to me. People
wore weeping all round tho room,
thoair of which was heavy with the
0(Ior o unulus an(1 lam1,f nud
reeking with tho fumes of drugs.
My moiner anew aim kissou me, ami
then they took mo back to my bed.
iJut oro I was led away some one
opened the window a few inches
from the top, and I noticed the grey
dawn resting on the glass, and heard
the 'ohoop, cheop,' of a newly waken
ed bird. .Since then 1 have associ
ated that hour and sound witli that
"Hut (and to say what now follows
X hnv written tho foregoing para-
graph) wo noro nil rasped and tor-
turod for nothing. My mother pro
vtiisiUd to get well hand over hand,
"d died quietly thirty yw nfur-
vara. Sin mirvivril rti ni iwrmm who
atod m h, , imhui, tht ,i.jht ,r,,,,i
Speaking of tho illness of her son,
a boy of nine, a lady says: "We had
to sit with liim niirlil. axl il:iv. i'!v-
ing him brandy, wine, hoof tea, c,
to Jioop nun alive, and expected
eory day would Do ins lat. 1 ho
phymuian plainly told us that noth
ing moio could bo done to save
Vet in npilo of tho disease, and -wo
almost Haiti in t-pito of the doc
tors, the lad la well to-day. And
tliiH in how it all came about. There
is a moral in it, too, but suppose we
nervo that up at the end of tho ftory.
All right, you say Very well, then.
It seems that thib boy, Georgo
Westmoreland, had previously been
a strong, healthy little chap, as all
boys ought to bo. Hut about tho
middle of last November lfc'Jl, that
is ho was taken down. The family
couldn't make out what ailed him.
Ho complained of a bad pain in tho
stomach, and voiniled a quantity of
yoliowish green stuir. Presently the
pain was so sharp that ho couldn't
lie in bed, and they had, so his mo
ther says, to apply froh hoi poul
tices one after another. The white
of his eyes turned ollow, and his
skin, too. He was hot, and ftorish,
and had to fight for his hn ath.
Of course Ins mother sent for a
doctor, anil the doctor said hisouug
patuut was xulloriug from Milium
illation of tho bowels, lie gave medi-
eines which, however, did no cond.
so far ns the boy friend count free.
On tho contrnr.v, he (row worse, and
second doctor was fetched. This
medical gentleman differed from his
predecessor, and iiiwu out that
Ueor'e hud an nttncl; of rheumatic
fever in oilier word", acute rheum
atism -a disease uhicli no boy has
any business with wlialeer.
1 ho treatment mi (bis tlieor
aMiiled noiimiir; Cieo'Lre was worse,
He now hail a baching coutrli, aiid
his txpecloratiou was so 1 il'.'iiiive
that tliti jn o'l had in uu tlisinf.'o
tants Ho bnki' out into sweat", so
lua) as lo Nit in ale the pillows
He conhl (alio no noiirihiiieot s v
a little millf atal Inno water. He
wore aiay to a sLeletou, did the
poor b(.. lie was imtliiei' but ekin
and bone, and the had to lift It lit 1
in and out of bed. Thou ho fell to
ill ho would not notice any one in
tho room, and lay for hours never
opening his eyes. TIumi came the
t I tint t.limi n f li 1 rtl ilii.itti cuifl Im
couldn't jiosaibly livo 1
What, happened after thai the
lay's mother tolls, Wo give )ou
her exact words: "In February Inst,"
sho says, "my husband, as a fast ro
source, determined to try Mother
Soifjol's Curative Syrup, After a
few doses tho I oy's breathing was
easier aud ho took food. In throe 1
da) s he was able to sit up. ami in a '
week's time he was up ami dressed. '
Ho gained llcsli aud strength every
day, and is now able to ,') about.
Sometimes 1 look at him aud can
hardly believe ho is tho same boy
who was so recently at death's door.
Snivel's Syrup saed his life. Yours
truly, (Signed) Mrs. Alary West
moreland, 5, High Street, l'i u in
stead, Loudon, April 27, 1HU2"
Now. a half a dofii words, Little
George had 110 bowel iiiHammaiiou,
nor a single touch of rheumatism.
That was tho doctors' professional
guesswork. He had a sharp attack
of biliouniioss aud indigestion, ol
which Mother Seigel would have
cured him long before had her
medicine bi-ou appealed to. Hero is
tho moral to conclude with: Learn
what tho true remedy for illuoss is,
aud use it lirst instead of last.
J. V. Chapman, tho woll-kiiown
caterer, is now often for engage-
I inuuts for bauquotB, weddings, balls,
dinner parties, gardoiHiPortios, oto.
I Address him caro of Buiitin oilJco.
struck my htoro dining
December. It win a
strong-, vigorous lull
grown affair, and had no
respect for other people's
f clings. Jt would push
its way in through the
front door runnn-ige
among my choice goods,
tear down, pick to pieces,
growl at everything ex
cept the qtnli ty and price,
buy a paper ot Tins ir
come buck in a short
tune reintoiced by nciuli-
month has math' me gray
before my time, and
standing in (he middle of
tho s'ore at 12 p. i. on
December 111, 18(.)J, I
was glad to say "Pan."
Feel somewhat better this
week and have arrived at
the eoneluHon that T wid
hold my Annual Clear
ance Sale. Now a clear
ance sale may mean noth
ing or everything. Jn my
leaoo it mciius everything.
I hive a large assortment
of goods on hand that 1
must get rid of hi fore
the iv turn of next Aus
tralia. I must have hhelf
room and to jret it 1 am
prepared to make a sacri
fice. Ev( V) thing must
be sold. .Now each week
1 am goi"g to offer so'nc
thing special. tliN time it
is millinery. Nowhere
in Honolulu can you buy
Hats and all the attach
ment thereto for the next
we k us cheap as nt
Egan's. No other house
in the city can sell these
goodn at fit'e on the $1.
Vo can't keep it up Ion
but will endeavor to s
i-l'y everybody as long
as the Hals and DYatht r
last. A ml remember that
you get two dollars'
worth for one of King
Kalakaua's silver cart
wheels. That Thi less Toikr,
J. .1. KGAN,
olJ Fort Mieel.
Drawing and Painting
D. Howard Hitchcock
CLASS DAYS, KATES, ETC.
nmuiMi i i.ihmh:
Tui'hiluy anil 'tilniiuy iiflcrn 'una or
pi.nu ci m.
Tiii'cilii) mill Veil u' tiny tiiuriil'n;, or
HKMi ii ci.mh:
KviT) n nutu a.uuril i) ii f t ri t mi,
Crltii Imii.h will bn Ktvun In o-ii wiuk in
I'IK'll cl ma
'I'lm I'm..-H'lom will i-oi-n frum S a.
m. Li 1- nouii (or inoiiilni; i'l.-io.; (ruin I
In ,ri I'. M for iifn riiuiin l'I.ik-u..
DranhiK t'lus, r iimiilli. ...
h a. 1 1' l.ocsoii
I'liliilllIK1 l"t, n-r inuntli
" " ftlnulo l.l'PSIIII
Slictcli t''ua, free In rig iliir cliiss
implls, lo dtlurs 1
stf Siiicial la'ut (or I'rlvntn Inn
mill tu lliui ilLiirini; ,lmly tml at nuns
f Oil Y"
' " " '
Will I) llliiik'
for time duys
Kauuhk it Co.,
Well-known and Holi
alile Wiiteli Mak'eiB.
If satisfaction in not
given your money wi'l
lie refunded in lull.
KAKUKR & CO.,
4 13 Fort, atreot,
Our stock of Holiday
GoodH ,,, vaorERCHANT - TAILOR
inspection at our New
More (W ennui's old
stand) on Fort Street.
A carefully selected stock
of Jewelry bought with
an eye on tho Holiday
Trade and will he sold at
JACOBSEN & PFEIFFER.
V. 0. Dox ltt7. 12H tf
olden Roll! Bazaar.
W. F. Reynulds. Prop.
Weals mill Nit xmhw
PROMPTLY ATTKNIUU) TO.
Kino Hlntlniiprv mill
('lit-np Stiit'onc v.
Optician, Spectacles & Eyeglasses
Cnrcfilllv snltnl to nM Hlj;lit.
Domkstic Skwinu Maciiinks
Games, Toys, Dulls
Alwnyx Kept on Hntid.
A Nice Stock Atony Kept on llmiit
to Select f otn HOOKS (irilerml hy
GUITARS KltOM $1.00 UP.
Kln't'i. (ornlM, Plrcnloi, I'knli'lcs
im i o'Iiit IiiMmiihmii. aImo Violin,
llinj i ami Uullnr .StIii); iiml Kit
skw-mi maci.im: vki:di.k8
U r nil kinds o' Midlines.
Our (In-nt Drive
HAND MACIIIN'B ton .f8.no
Do You Smoke?
If vmi iln, Mil want t lie hit your
n uiiei will i ny I Imvp J.i-t tv
Cflvul u cliolei' involuf ef t' IllH'st
wlili'li mil from .') cntt up o 'ft
cuts While iimny .oilf pre'er
Mnnilii 'lnrn, I h v f r tlilr
litliulll ii v-r cliolcc nfliction of
ii'l t lie Iil'H I: n v,n lir nils of
l'or Urns-uliu ilon't iinokc vl)ir
Ii 't 'lilt lilt' !-, " ' 1 liau a line
MmtscIi am and BiUr Wood Pip.-s,
Al o Corn Cols, I'Ac, I'.'c.
ToBACGO and CIGARETTES
til- fuvoritu uraiKlHot linf relies urn
si o kept on Imiiil la 'ne.l hih
IIiIil' In tie- II. i' of Kin ker'ti re
iii alu s citti bo (omul ai lia
H. J. Noi it., I'rop
will tell you
it la the
KOll HAl.r. 11V TilK
HOLLISTER DRUG CO, L'D,
Aumits for lliu lliivsnlian Jshuuls.
l'i rt, near Hotel Sti.
C11 vs. J. Moi'Aitruv, Muiiiiuer.
Popular Brautls of straight Goodb
A I WAYS OH lit Ml.
'trv tlix Orcat Apiietltfr Tiik
O01 Krvii. it si totally vtlih III
IIKI'Or of tub
Famous "Wiolaiul Lager Boor
V JUL) UHHIIIlUJUa, ourguu,
Whito Ltnons, Etc.
Suits Mndo lo Ordor
ON bllOJCT N0T10K. '
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING
0. AK1MA, - - '10 Nuuatui Street.
1 If your subscription has expired now
1 It a good time to renew it.
20 lbs. W
f S 00 Ii
10 00 ,-t 1 Jl
j 10 lffrt 11
I J& V ..
IN F t -fftxiN
TM I f . II
l. O-ll l' ISir-f " K. AJ
Four great requisites of
Men's Wealing Apparel to
be found in all the Suits
made by Johnston & Sto
rey. Mr. Storey whb for
some years one of the best
known cutters on the Coast,
consequently thebest dress
ed men in town wear clothes
Johnston & Storey,
4 13 lrort Streot
W. W. AHANA.
Merc 1 1 am
3S9 XTuvicxiiVk Ctrt-
ngllsu, snoicti dud Amuricuu Goods.
Htyle ittiil b'il OimrHiUHHil
'loauinij it Repairing
Mutual Tele. 66S P, I). Box 144
HOP HLNG & CO.,
lltt HOTICI. HTKKK'I
Wlioleial Deftli'fx In
Liiiiiors nail laiiilii Wni
General Chinese Merchandise
Stll'll AH -
ni olln, Itlco, AlattliiK,
OliinpiH UlIkH, Tt-an, Ku.
Eimliab and Amorican Qrocoriua
Hv hvtiry Oonat Blnmei
MI'rt'AI, rhl.Kl'HONK 147.
I The Best Lancb in Town.
Vh and OofTui
T ALL, tlllUUS
1 .4 1 rs BST B II A N U.s i
I G) 4 i tad Tobucco
UW1TS Oh QANO
HL J JTOLTLi. Prop.
A. F'o.nciily Hotol.
I'r Pay. .
Hl'hCIM, MOMIIIY IUTF.S.
Tlir llfHt Of AtUII.I'lll'i, I lie It tbltl'lt tflll
il tli I'inmi Meals 111 lii 'uy.
T. KRODSE. .... Piuptlitir.
Mentha 1 its' Exchange
. 1. aJIAW , l'riiiriei,n
or. K111K11111I Niiiiiuiii Hin-fl, lliiiiuliiui.
c hoioo Liquors and Fiiio Boer.
IIKI.I, TKI.KI'llONK Itll.
BACK AGAIN TO 0RK.
1ST. -JP. BURGESS
Is c'iilii I'rttiniru.l to iemir Otnlt-a Hone,
8i'li L.Iitb, Vutur Tapn, el-, haw KIliliK
uml all kimlH of 'I'ould t)linreiii'il, iiiolml
ML' "xrrlnt; Knlvt'H hiih KcUfiirH, liwn
noer a iil'i lu U r almi Betilin; (linxa; in
faital kini.H ni tulililin:. Work cuileil fur
1 Mid rturif (I liniK up lri MuIiihI Tule
pliuiut any liinu liofur-i 0 a. u. UTOtt
1 i,v . a; a, ..))... 9 i...
nite Curbing Laid
KHlliimU'b kIvoi on all kinds 01
Vl'ONK.OONOKKTK A. IM.ABTKK NVOKK
j Ut. L'ONCHKTK t HI'ltCIALTY nt
JOHN F. BOWLER
C. B DWIOHT
I DotB till klmls of Work In
1 C-meni & Stone Sidevdiks & Curbing.
He litis on Imiid a laruw Biipply of Chi-
I iete Uraultii Onrli ami nlwsyi- kf
uiillan Uurlilnu Hlonu,
K. tiiiiulei given
and lowest luiiiBi immiTeil
Dlslieb anil UliiBHWarti Wiintcitl
I'luuks. Watchi'u ami Juwi'lry Wsuleil
Old Oold and Hllver Wanted I
OT uigbst Priest Paid I M
114 King Qtroot, Ooruor of Alnksa,