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H0LL1STER DRUG CO.
A4.1 I'our riu:trr.
Wholesale and Retail
DRUGGISTS AND PIIOTOGUAPHTO DLALEUtf.
r. 0. Ayor Co. Perry Davis Pain Killer Horsfords Acid
Phosphate. Fellows Syrup of Hypophosphitcs.
Wampoles Tastolcss Cod Liver OilStearns Wmo of
Cod Liver Oil. Stearns Cascara Aromatic. Himalya
Asthma Remedy. Pink Pills for Palo People.
Mothor Soigols Syrup Cummins Cough Cure. Polk
Miller Dog Remedies. Eastman Kodak Co. E. & II.
T. Anthony & Co., otc, etc.
M HlfNUAV UOM'tlltl.
( (onljn H&l frnm , I )tyt)
"We have the besT
If you will oxamino our stook of
You will ngroo that for
St37Le, Q-ULSblity suaa-d. Prices-
They Stand Unequalled
UgTOur Goods recoivod by vessols just from tho Const aro artistic
in tho minutest detail.
AN INSPECTION INVITED.
ORDWAY & PORTER,
New Goods! New Goods! New Goods!
BY EACH STEAMER FROM THE COAST
All Delicacies in Our Line.
A complete lino of ataplo and fauoy groceries,
Island ordor8 solioited.
as low ns the lowest.
LEWIS & CO.,
Tolophono No. 240.
P. 0. Box 297
... A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP . . .
Top Roll and Other Office Desks
Which wo are soiling nt prices unheard of
in Honolulu. ...
trio, itny ooiiHidurnhlo portion of
llio fnliiiblltiitrt ii io ondonvorlng
to abolish those thingH. Quito tho
optiOHiio I nsntiM yon. Tho best
niid iiiohI enlightened of Din pro
plo of our big Aniorienn ami Eu
roponn cities nttoud tho councils
f;ivon by our finofit orchestras and
lauds on Sundays. Music in tho
most elevating, tho mot boauti
ful, tho most spiritual of all ways
in which tho hearts and nympu
thios of tho human being aro
touched. Its power is liniitloss.
Doethnvon, Mozart ntul Gounod.
"Was crimo or vico over concoivod
by ruoilal man whilo listening to
the immortal music of these im
mortal composers? Fairly and
Bquaroly,brotlior,how much would
the attoudanco of tho Honolulu
churches fall off wore music loft
out of tho sorvicu?
There is only one variety of
musio (?) over hoard in Honolulu
which has been the cause of tho
breaking of ono of tho ten oom
mandmonls. That varioty is
heard on Sunday and ovory day
and has ovoketf rnoro profauity
than would suflloo to bluo tho
waters of Honolulu hurbor. It is
bad onough to mako a pirato of u
proacher or causo an infant to
butcher its parent. It is tho se
raphic strains of the band of tho
Salvation Army. I think work
ingmon, and indoed, all olassos of
our populace would gladly seo it
Tho blaro and bint of the tin
cornet; tho hideous thud of tho
big tom-tom; tho plunk, plunk of
tho always-out-of-tuno cuitnr: why
it is bad onough to drivo all Ho
Nay, nay, door one, don't lot
your silly anger and mistakon
idoas got away with you. Uo
calm, doaroBt friond. "Music hath
charms" and it iB dollars to
doughnuts that if first rate Bucred
music wero rendered in the park
oacb Sabbath, tho ovent would
causo a religions awauoiung
which would long bo remembered.
Take a trip over to tho States.
In no oity can you find a mora
ordorlv or hotter behaved crowd
than attend the Sunday concorta.
You need them hero. Mubic
broadens tho mind; it has lighten
ed mora hoavy hearts than any
other thing in this world; it has
ulways a tendoncy to lift up tho
thought of man to higher things;
it has dispelled many u wicked
thought. Try the exporimont,
brothor. If you do not find, in
six months, that tho concorts
havo had a good moral efloot, 1
will admit that I am a goat. If
you do, 1 shall expect
you to adroit yourself a donkey.
Another thing: don't abuse Mr.
Byoroft in that uncharitable tnnn
uor of yours. Mr. Robt. Itycroft
is ono of the pu refit mindnd,
whole-soulod and morally ole-n
mon that this country couUins
Your . uncalled for uttaok would
only mako mm your porsonui
oneroy wcro it not that he is above
Again, brother, you approach
dangerously close to tho profane
in your closing paragraph. That
is not tho propor way to use your
croator'a narao. Don't you know
that? Why do you descend to
such coarso phrasoology. You
ought to bo ashamed of yourself.
Pray for delivorunce from vul
gar, moan and narrow thoughts
and doeds and ask your l'ollow
wdrkmon whother sormonsaro tho
only thing thoy waut on Sunday.
Honolulu, July 31, 1895.
Cash is ovorything in business
now-a-davs. Jiv purchasing with
it and soiling for it I urn enabled
to placo clothing, hats, shirts,
undorwoar, hosiery, neckwear,
trunks, otc, otc, on this markot
at Eastern prices. L. D. Tim
raons, Waring Block.
Illustrated -:- Catalogue.
FREE 144 PAGES.
Wo EXPORT General Family anil Plan
tation Supplies in any quantity. Sontl for
our Yearly, Monthly and Daily Prico List.
FAMILY BEEF BY TILE POUND,
FAMILY PORK BY THIS POUND,
NI5W POTATOES AND NEW ONIONS,
HORSE RADISH IN BOTTLES ;
BLOOK BUTTER, INDIAN CHUTNEY.
Lincoln Block, King shoot.
Don't Make a Mistake!
Tlio nlilnaf. bnfjf. mill nlinnnncf fnvmfiitv ofni-n
in tho city wns established by tlm 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 tho public
generally that wo havo no connection whatever
with any other furniture and undertaking estab
lishment in Honolulu.
C. E. Williams Ed. A. Williams.
Tel. 179. :::::::- 611 Kino St.
THERE IS NO MISTAKE.
When people walk into the CITY FURNITURE
STORE at tho corner of Fort and Bcrctania streets and ask '
for Mr. H. H. Williams, thoy make no mistake.
Thoy know where they can get tho best value for thoir
money and a good variety to select from.
C. E. WILLIAMS having sold his entire interest in the
Furnituro and Undertaking Business to Mrs. Ed. A. Williams
on the 17th day of June, A. D. 189.r), and having left the
country, his second son, HENRY H. WILLIAMS, now be
comes tho oldest experienced FURNITURE DEALER
AND UNDERTAKER in Honolulu.
MR. H. H. WILLIAMS entered tho employ of his father
about twenty-five years ago, since which timo ho has made a
continuous study of tho Furnituro and Undertaking Business.
He graduated from Dr. S. Rodgors' Perfect Embalming
School in 1890, since which timo ho has mado a success of
that branch of tho business.
He does not advertise tho oldest nor largest stock of Fur
niture in town, nor does he covet all the trade in town.
He only asks for his share, and from appearances ho is
getting it, consequently ho is satisfied.
03?" Ho receives now goods every month and fills order
S3pOffiok Telephone "84G. Residence and Niqiit Call 849
H. H. WILLIAMS, Manager.
Waring Block, Corner Fort and Bcrofcania Streota.
WELL! "WELL!! "WELL!!!
HOPP & CO.,
Sa.n Francisco, California.
Just Look at tlie Mistakes.
When people order by telephone of another Furniture Store
and then walk into C. E. WILLIAMS & SONS Store and
ask why tho goods are not delivered on timo thoy make a
mistake. Whon a lady telephones to tho store of C. E. Wil
liams & Son to come and take back a piano that was sent to
her by another furniture man sho makes a mistake.
It is a Mistake to think that C. E. WILLIAMS has left
the 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 return with a
stock of goods, with prices that will make the public happy and
paralyze some folks.
It is a Mistake if Clark's school of ombahuing from which
Mr. ED. A. WILLIAMS graduated last year is not the best
It is a Mistake if you think wo do not covet all tho trade
in town; we do 1 We would like tho Earth and Neck or Island
It is a Mistake if you think (all insinuations to the contra
ry) that we do not still remain, Yours as over,
0, E. WILLIAMS & SON, ';
C. E. Williams :::::::: : En. A. Williams.
Gil King St. Tol. 179. Res. and Night Tel. 815. G0-tC
3STo 7-A Klnjr Street,
Honolulu, II. I.