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M'AIIItOU' AHII MOLftiL
H0LL1STHR DRUG CO.
na:i I'oitr Hritmrt .
Wholesale and Retail
DRUGGISTS AND raOTOGRALMiOO "DTLALRRS.
J. C. Aycr Co. Perry Davis Pain Killer Horsfords Aci'l
Phosphate Follows Syrup of llypophosphites.--Wampoles
Tasteless Cod Liver Oil Stearns Wine of
Cod Liver Oil. Stearns Cascnra Aromatic. Himalya
Asthma Remedy. Pink Pills for Palo People.
Mother Seigols Syrup Cummins Cough Cure. Polk
Miller Dog Remedies. Eastman Kodak Co. E. & 11.
T. Anthony & Co., etc., etc.
We have the besT
If you will examine our stock of
You will ngroo that for
Stsrle, Gmaaitsr a,n.d. IlPxIces.
They Stand Unequalled
lTOur Goods received by vessels just from tho Coast are artistic
in tho minutest detail.
AN INSPECTION INVITED.
I'iiiiii) Mrrrt I'ltlit Mirlj 1'inlfil li)
A unique "scrap" tonk pUre on
SpnikH sdeut, Ollitwn, loeunlly,
Hnys tlie lvuitiiuj Jourtuil, of llint
city. Tlio coiitost-iuls woie a
uuiirrow mill n inoiiso. Tlio moneo
was ninning aloiu? tho ronl-wny
whon it wkb os)iod by tlio tq:r
row. Tho fun begun iiuineilliito-
ly. Tho sparrow Hwoopod down
on Mr. Mouso, and lookod mtr
prised when it found it could not
carry hint away. Mr. Sparrow
then changed his lino of nation
and rcpoatedly flow at tho idouho,
pecking it with its beak, rass
nifi carriages frequently neural
tho sparrow oh", but as soon as
thoy wore by, it returned to thu
attack. Tho mouso was decided
ly scared and miulo vigorous pf
I forts to hido itself under ntonos,
chips, otc, but without avail.
Finally tho mouso got across tho
street and tried to hido under tlio
feet of a liorso that was standing
in front of lrvino'B tobacco storo.
Tho mouse apparontly tickled tho
horso's leg. for it raised its hoof
up nervously. Tho littlo mouso
immodiately ran under tho hoof
and when tho horse again put its
foot down tho mouso was safely
concealed in tho hollow of tho
horso's foot. Tho crowd that had
beon attractod by tho scrap soon
made tho horso Btep forward and
again lonve tho mouso exposod.
Just as tho sparrow was about to
rosumo operations a parcel boy
happened along and without
further ado chased the mouso,
captured it, put it in his coat
pocket and walkod oil'.
Cash is everything in business
now-a-days. Jjy purchasing with
it and soiling for it I am enabled
to pluco clothing, hats, Hhirts,
underwear, hosier', neckwear,
trunks, otc, otc, on this market
at Eastern prices. L. D. Tim
mons, Waring Block.
FAMILY REEF BY TJLH POUND,
FAMILY PORK BY THE POUND,
NI5W POTATO ES AND NEW ONIONS,
HORSE RADISH IN BOTTLES j
BLOCK BUTTER, INDIAN CHUTNEY.
Lincoln Dloolc, King street.
Don't Make a Mistake!
T'lin nhlpaf. lipst. nrwl nlinnnnof. Piirnifnvn ofnrn
in the city was established by tho veteran furni
ture dealer and undertaker, .Mr. C. E. Williams,
in 1859, and is now conducted by him and his
oldest son Ed. A. Williams at Gil King St.
Wo wish to notify our patrons and the public
generally that wo have no connection whatever
with any other furniture and undertaking estab
lishment in Honolulu.
C. E. Williams Ed. A. Williams.
Tel. 179. :::::::- Gil Kino St.
THERE IS NO MISTAKE.
ORDWAY & PORTER,
New Goods! New Goods! New Goods!
BY EACH STExVMER FROM THE COAST
All Delicacies in Our Line.
Illustrated -:- Catalogue.
FKt-E 144 PAGES
Wo EXl'OKT Gouorul Family ami l'lnn
tation Supplies in any quantity. Bond for
our Yearly, Monthly ntul Dailj Prico List.
414-418 FKONT ST1UXT,
San Francisco, California.
A complete lino of staplo and fauoy groceries, as low ns tho lowost.
Island orderB solicited.
C. B. DWIGHT,
Docs all kinds of Work in
Cement & Stone Sidewalks & Curbing
IIo lias on hnnil a lnrco oupnly of
Chinese Ormiito Curb mid always koops
Hawaiian Curbiuff Stono. Estimates
pi von and lowes prices assured. Tolo-ohono833.
Ceiiteal Yteat JVEarct
Love's Building, uunmi St.
A FIUST CLASS Market in every
Orders delivered promptly to all pirU of
WESTBROOK A: GAMS
SISF- Telophono 1M.
When people walk into the CITY FURNITURE
STORE at tho corner of Fort and Beretania streets and ask
for Mr. H. Ii. Williams, they make no mistake. "
They know where thoy can get tho best value for their
money and a good variety to select from.
C. E. WILLIAMS having sold his entikk intekkst in tho
Furnituro and Undertaking Business to Mrs. Ed. A. Williams
on the 17th day of June, A. D. 1895, and having left the
country, his second son, HENRY H. WILLIAMS, now be
comes the oldest experienced FURNITURE DEALER
AND UNDERTAKER in Honolulu.
MR. H. H. WILLIAMS entered the employ of his father
about twenty-five years ago, sinco which time ho has made a
continuous study of tho Furniture and Undertaking Business.
He graduated from Dr. S. Rodgers' Perfect Embalming
School in 1890, sinco which time ho has made a success of
that branch of tho business.
He does not advertise the oldest nor largest stock of Fur
niture in town, nor does ho covot all tho trade in town.
He only asks for his share, and from appearances he is
getting it, consequently he is satisfied.
(jggrHe receives now goods every month and fills ordor
S30ffioe Telephone 84G. Residence and Nkiht Call 849
H. H. WILLIAMS, Manager.
Waring Block, Corner Fort and Beretania Streets.
WELL! WELL!! "WELL!!!
LEWIS & CO,
Tolophono No. 240.
P. 0. Box 297
New Furniture !
... A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF . . .
Top Roll and Other Office Desks
Which we are soiling at prices unheard of
HF. SINGER, for six years foreman with
. Swain on Sutter streot, makes tho
most delicious l'ies of auy baker in Hono
lulu. Mince Pies a specialty. Cakes and
Ico Cream furnished for balls or Inmiiies.
SINGER'S BAKE11Y, King Streot
Telophono 872. "
next to Lucas' Mill
PULLING UP Trees
Just Look at the Mistakes.
When people order by telephone of another Furniture Store
and then walk into C. E. WILLIAMS & SONS Store and
ask why the goods are not delivered on time they make a
mistake. When a lady telephones to the storo of C E. Wil
liams & Son to come and take back a piano that was sent to
her by another furnituro man she makes a mistake.
It is a Mistake to think that C. E. WILLIAMS has loft
tho country without a return ticket.
It was a Mistake to try to stop him from going.
It is a Mistake to imagine that ho will not roturn with a
stock of goods, with prices that will mako the public happy and
paralyze some folks.
It is a Mistake if Clark's school of embalming from which
Mr. ED. A. WILLIAMS graduated last year is not the best
It is a Mistake if you think wo do not covot all tho trade
in town; we do I Wo would like tho Earth and Neckor Island
It is a Mistake if you think (all insinuations to tho contra
ry) that wo do not still remain, Yours as ever,
0, E. WILLIAMS & SON.
C. E. Williams :::::::: : En. A. Williams.
GU King St. Tel. 179. Res. and Night Tel. 815. 60-tf.
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XX KJ XT XT CX J J , c0P PULLING UP Trees Gll Kinir St. Tel. 179. Res. and Niirht Tel. 815. 60-tf. 1
No 74: Klugf Street,
Honolulu, II. Ii
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