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EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST 14, 1895.
HOLLISTER DRUG CO-
S93 I'OllT 8TKEET.
Wholesale and Retail
DRUGGISTS AND PHOTOGRAPHIC DEALERS-
J. C. Ayer Co. Perry Davis Pain Killer Horsfords Acid
Phosnhato. Fellows Svrun of Hvnonhosnhitos.
"Wampoles Tasteless Cod Liver Oil Stearns Wino of
Cod Ltivor Oil. btcarns Uascara Aromatic. Himalya
Asthma Remedy. Pink Pills for Palo People.
Moth6r Seigols Syrup Cummins Cough Cure. Pcilk
Miller Dog Remedies. Eastman Kodak Co. E. & H.
T. Anthony & Co., etc., etc.
"We have the besT
If you will examine our stock of
You will ngroo that for
Stsrle, Qu.a,lit3T arxd. DPrices-
They Stand Unequalled
TOur Goods rocoivod by vessels juBt from tho Coast aro artistio
'in tbo minutest detiil.
AN INSPECTION INVITED.
Telephone G !-.
ORDWAY & PORTER,
New Goods! New Goods! New Goods!
BY EACH STEAMER FROM THE COAST
All Delicacies in Our Line.
A complete line of staple and fauoy groceries, as low as tho lowost.
Island orders solicited.
LEWIS & CO.,
Tolophono No. 240.
P. O. Box 297
New Furniture !
... A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF . . .
Top Roll and Other Office Desks
Which wo aro soiling at prices unlioardof
HOPP & 00.,
Pienldeiit llnl Snld to lio Trjlnc to
Get JMd ot The in.
In verification of tho old ndago
that ono has to go awny from
homo to hoar tho uows, a lato
S.in Frftnolsoo Call says a reliublo
gontlomtm bnB latoly informed
Labor Commissioner Fitzgerald
that thoro is a porfeot exodus
of Jap coolios from the Sandwich
Islands. Thoy go diroot to Vic
toria by stoamor and cross ovor
to tho Washington ports in small
boats. Hundreds go to Portland
und tako coast vossola to San
Francisco. This routo is followed
first bocauso it is easier to enter
British Columbia and thon tho
United Statos than to como diroot
from tho islands, and further thoy
know they will hivo no troublo
from tho Immigration Commis
sioner when thoy sail from coast
ports. Tho nows of tbo anti-Jap
agitation hero lias cauBod them to
take this route. Evory coastwiso
steamor from tho north brings in
coolies and overy northorn train
has tho same class ol passongors.
Tho reasons for tho Jnps loaving
tho Hawaiian Islands in suoh
numbers was oxplainod by the
gontloman, who said that ho re
contly heard from a Cabinet offi
cer at Honolulu that Japan has
demanded of tho littlo island ro
publio that the Japanese rosidonts
of tho islands have the right to
bocomo oitizons. Tho late do
posod native Quoon had promisod
this to Japan beforo the throne was
pulled out from under her. Pre
sident Dole and his Cubinot had
no idea of admitting Japancso
ooolio laborora to citizenship, but
foared to bo too opon in his re
fusal. Japan, flushed with re
cent victories, might enforco hor
demand by Bonding a man-of-war
to bombard Honolulu. Prosidont
Dolo adopted tho plnn of getting
rid of tho bnlk of tho Japs as tho
easiest way to avoid troublo, and,
through menna at his disposal,
work has boon soarco for Japs on
tho island during tho last year,
and tho coolies aro omigraling to
tho United States via Victoria.
This statement is, in a measure,
substantiated by tho lettors that
fell into Mr. Fitzgerald's hands,
stating that Japs oould bo sont
from Honolulu to California to
work in tho orohards for $12 a
month. Ho regards tho situation
as alarming, and will at once com
municate to tho authorities at
Washington, D. C.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, woek or month. Terms: 25
and 50 conts per night' $1, and
$1.25 por week.
Ladies on tho other Islands can
do their shopping by post by
applying to L. B. Kerr for
samples. Thoy should embraco
this opportunity, and got a singlo
yard at wholesalo prices.
City Carriage Co., J. S. And
rado, manager. If you want a
hack with good horso and enro
ful driver ring up Telophono 113,
corner of Fort and Merchant
streets. Haok at all hours.
When tho blood is disoasod and
tho system Anramic or Scrofulous,
it enrrioa sioknoss throught the
wholo body, for tho ourront of
human life is in tho blood. This
proves how necessary it is to have
puro rich blood, becauso an im
poverished condition of it brings
on Fovers, Malaria, Rhouinalism,
Bowol Complaints, Lung Sorofula,
General Dobility, etc.
porfootcd and tastoloss, of Cod
Livor Oil with Compound Syrup
of Hypophosphitos, Extracts of
Malt and Wild Chorry Bark,
rosists tho attacks of all dwourio
gorms in tho blood, is highly
rocotnmondod as tho host modorn
troatmont to oloar your system
niid to bring back robust lioultli
and Htrongth, Jh roully a family
HOLLISTER DRUG Co,
FAMILY BEEF BY THE POUND,
FAMILY PORK BY THE POUND,
NEW POTATOES AND NEW ONIONS,
HORSE RADISH IN. BOTTLES j
BLOCK BUTTER, INDIAN CHUTNEY.
Lincoln Block, King street. - - - . Telephone 119.
Don't Make a Mistake !
?. Th. oldcst best and cheapest furniture store
.... v...UJ, uo catuunMuuu uy tno veteran furni
ture dealer and undertaker, Mr. C. E. Williams,
in 1859, and is now rondnpfnrl lur l,;.v ,! u:'
eldest son Ed. A. Williams at Gil King 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 Ed. A Williams.
Tel. 179. : : : . . . ., , . ..
ui-j. jyihq ax.
THERE IS NO MISTAKE.
When people walk into the CITY FURNITURE
STORE at tho corner of Fort and Beretania streets and ask
for Mr. H. H. Williams, thoy make no mistake.
Thoy know where thoy can get tho best value for their
money and a good variety to select from.
C. E. WILLIAMS having sold his entike interest in the
Furniture and Undertaking Business to Mrs. Ed. A. Williams
on tho 17th day of Juno, A. D. 1895, 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 the employ of his father
about twenty-five years ago, since which time ho has made a
continuous study of the Furniture and Undertaking Business
He graduated from Dr. S. Rodgcrs' Perfect Embalming
School in 1890, since 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 he covet all tho trade in town.
He only asks for his share, and from appearances he ia
getting it, consequently ho is satisfied.
BHo recoives new goods every month and fills order
BOkfioe Telephone 846. Residence and Night Call 849
H. H. WILLIAMS, Manager.
56-tf. Waring Block, Corner Fort and Beretania Streets.
"WELL! WELL!! WELL!!!
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 tho goods are not delivered on time thoy make a
mistake. When a lady telephones to the store of C. E. Wil
liams & Son to come and tako bick a niano that wns nnnf f
hor by another furnituro man she makes a mistake.
It is a Mistake to think that C. E. WILLIAMS has loft
the country without a return ticket.
It was a Mistake to try to stop him from going.
It is a Mistake to imagino that ho will not mtnrn with
stock of goods, with prices that will make tho public happy and
paralyze some ioiks.
It is a Mistake if Clark's school of embalming from which
Mr. ED. A. WILLIAMS graduated last year is not tho best
It is a Mistake if you think wo do not covot all tho trade
in town; wo do 1 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 ovor,
0, E. WILLIAMS & SON
O. E, William : 5 ; : ; ; : : : En, A, Williams.
Gil King St, Tel. 170, Res, ami Night Tel, 815, oo-tf.
No 71 Klnir Htreut,
Honolulu, II, I,