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EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST U, 1806.
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.
B9.1 IMIUT NTIICirr.
Wholesale and Retail
DRUGGISTS AND PKOTOGBAPHIO DLALEBS.
ntomiAiu or niUMriA,
J 0 Ayor Co. Perry Davis Pain Killer Horafords Acid
Phosphate. Follows Syrup of Hypophosphitcs.---irnmnnina
Tnafnlfdci find Livor Oil Stearns Wino ot
Cod Liver Oil. Stearns Cascara Aromatic. Himalya
Asthma Remedy. Pink Pills for Palo People.
Mothor Seigols Syrup Cummins Cough Cure. Polk
Miller Dog Remedies. Eastman Kodak Co. E. & II.
T. Anthony & Co., etc., otc.
We have the besT
If you will examine our Btock of
You will agree that for
Style, Quality and. IFxices-
They Stand Unequalled
Ollllllirit lif Mi-vllng of llm tint
ttnllan mm lug AmocUUoii.
Thrro wnfl n mooting of tho Ha
waiian llotvlng Association nt tlio
Myrllo Boat Club's Iioiiho lust
night. A. Q. M. Bobortson, pre
sident, and Qoorgo Smithies, sco
rotary, woro in tliolr rcspootivo
ilaces. Tlio presidont, W. 0.
?nrl(o and W. "Wright roprosontcd
tho Myrtlo Boat Olub; J. A. Low,
S. E. P. Taylor and A. V. Gear,
tho Hoalani Yacht and Boat Club,
and tho soorotury.U. A. Molnorny
and L. do L. "Ward, tho Loilani
Tho following skoloton ot a
program for tho regatta on Sept
ember 21 was prepared. A com
mittoo consisting of "W. 0. Parko,
J. A. Low and L. do L. Ward will
go to Poarl City to lay out
courses, mcanuro UiBtanaeB, otc:
1. Four oared sonior cham
pionsliip race. Prize cup by Row
ing Association, valued at $100.
Cup to bo won three times boforo
becoming property of olub or
orow. Length of courso to be
threo milos stiaightaway if such a
oourso can bo laid out at Poarl
2. Four-oared junior raco, for
oup prizo by Rowing Association
without conditions. Longth of
8. Single scull, one mile, open
to mombors of clubs and outsiders.
4. Six-oared bargo, Bliding
soat. Froshman orow. Open
only to olubs in Association. Cash
5. Six-oarod stationary soat.
Froo for all. Cash prizo.
Entrance foes for boats Senior
championship raoe, SIC; junior,
$10; single scull, $5; six-oarod
bargo, sliding seat, $10; six-oared
barge, stationary soat, $12. En
trios are to be mado with tho secre
tary on or before Soptembor 19.
In view of tho fact that there
are to be fivo raoos, two of which
aro t bo freo for all, the Asso
ciation untioipatos a larger
attendance than over had at any
races in tbo past.
FAMILY BEEF I3Y THE POUND,
FAMILY PORK 13 Y THE POUND,
NEW POTATOES AND NEW ONIONS,
HORSE RADISH IN BOTTLES j
BLOCK BUTTER, INDIAN CHUTNEY.
Lincoln Blook, King stroet. - Tolophono 119.
Don't Make a Mistake!
The oldest, best and cheapest furniture store
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 nt Gil Kinir St.
Wo wish to notify our patrons and tho public
generally that wo have no connection whatever
with any other furniture and undertaking estab
lishment in Honolulu.
C. E. Williams
Tel. 179. : :
Ed". A. Williams,
Gil Kino St.
THERE IS NO MISTAKE.
TOur Goods recoivod by vessels just from tho Coast aro artistio
the minutest uetan.
AN INSPECTION INVITED.
ORDWAY & PORTER,
New Goods! New Goods! New Goods!
BY EACH STEAMER FROM THE COAST
All Delicacies in Our Line.
City Oarriago Co., J. S. And
rado, manager. It you want a
hack with good horso and caro
ful drivor ring up 'l'elophono 118,
corner of Fort and Merchant
streets. Hack at ull hours.
A complete line of staplo and fauoy groceries, as low as tho lowest.
Island orders solioited.
LEWIS & CO.,
Tolophono No. 210.
P. O. Box 297
... A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF . . .
Top Roll and Other Office Desks
Which we are soiling at prices unheard of
"When tho blood is diseasod and
tho systom Aniomic or Scrofulous,
it carries sickness throught tho
wholo body, for tho current of
human life is in tho blood. This
proves how necessary it is to havo
pure rich bluod, because an im
povorishod condition of it brings
on Fovers, Malaria, Bhoumatism,
Bowol Complaints, Lung Scrofula,
Goneral Dobility, etc.
porfooted and tastoloss, of Cod
Liver Oil with Compound Syrup
of Hypophosphitos, Extraots of
Malt and "Wild Cherry Bark,
resists tho attacks of all disoaso
gorms in tho blood, is highly
rocommondod as tho host modorn
treatment to oloar your system
and to bring baok robust hoalth
and strength, is really a family
HOLLISTER DRUG Co.
Whon poople walk into tho CITY FURNITURE
STORE at tho corner of Fort and Beretania streets and ask
for Mr. H. H. Williams, they make no mistake.
They know where they can got tho best value fbr their
money and a good variety to select from.
C. E. WILLIAMS having sold his entirk interest in tho
Furniture 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 bo
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 time ho has made a
continuous study of tho Furniture and Undertaking Business.
Ho graduated from Dr. S. Rodgers' Perfect Embalming
School in 1890, since which time he 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 trado in town.
Ho only asks for his share, and from appearances he is
getting it, consequently he is satisfied.
Ho recoives now goods every month and fills order
EOffioe Telephone 846. Residence and Night Call 849
H. H. WILLIAMS, Manager.
Waring Block, Corner Fort and Beretania Streets,
WELL I WELL!! -WELL!!!
r. O. JONES.
E. A. J ONUS.
HOPP & OO
HAVE FOR SALE
A Fow Sbarea of
Pala Sutrnr Stock.
Hawaiian Sugur Co. Stock.
Hawaiian Government and 1st
Morternpo Sugar Planta
C3P For particulars apply to
Tho Hawaiian Snfo DopoBit &
iOt ITort Street ... Honolulu
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 dolivered on timo thoy makea
mistake. When a lady telephones to tho storo of C. E.Wil
liams & Son to come and tnko back a piano that was sent to
her by another furniture 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 return with a
stock of goods, with prices that will mako tho 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 we do not covot all tho trado
in town; we do 1 We would hke tho Earth and Neckor Island
It is a Mistake if you think (all insinuations to the contra
ry) that wo do not still remain, Yours as over,
0,B. WILLIAMS & SON,
C. E. Williams : : : : : : : : : Ed. A. Williamb.
Gil King St. Tel. 179. Res. and Night Tel. 815. G04tY
Honolulu, II, I.
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