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If there is any reason why you should use
nny . sarsaparilla, there is every reason why you
should use Ayer's. When you take sarsaparilla
you take it to cure disease ; you want to be cured
as quickly as possible and as cheaply as possible.
That is why you should use Ayer's: it cures
quickly and cheaply and it cures to stay. Many
people write us : "I would .sooner have one bottle
of Ayer's Saiaparill.i than three of any other
kind." A dritKBNt writes that "one bottle of
Ayer's will give more benefit than six of any other
kind." If one bottle of Ayer's will do the work
of three it must have the strength of three at the
cost of one. There's the point in a nutshell. It
pays every way to use
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J. T. WATERHOUSE
A ship load of Agateware
would be a big lot for one
store even in the United
States; it's a big lot for Hono
lulu and more than we receiv
ed, but what we did get on
two sailing vessels would as
toii'sh the people if I hey saw
all the articles in one pile
Our stock of Agateware is
selected from "Firsts" not
"Seconds;" the quality is the
best that can be made and we
sell it at the piece you used to
pay for the second quality.
This means a saving of 33 Jf
per cent, because the life of a
first-class price of Agateware
is a third longnr than one of
the second class.
When buying for the holi
day season there is more
pleasure in receiving a useful
present than in a bauble.
Every housewife loves good
China and there is nothing
more beautiful than a set of
Haviland. We have a com
plete stock of this ware and
sell it in full sets or single
pieces so that if you want to
fill up a set that has been
broken or purchase a dozen
plates or a course set you can
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L. C. Allies k Co. A.V. Gear & Co.
O'Ui-e'JOT Merchant SI. Ollkc'JlU Kins St.
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Qenspal Business Agents
Limu N'cgotintwl anil Collections
Stocks Bought and Sold.
Books Audited ami Accounts Adjusted.
Hills Bauftht and NDtes
Fir's and Life Irtfui'&nce Ageqf
G, E. Iloardumn is temporarily located nt
corner of Qut-on mid Niiuunu streets, ready
to attend to any lmsiucs) eutuiatcd to him .
There arc few gourmets in
Honolulu who do not know
our Maltese Cross Hams.
They are cured oxprossly for
us and are infinitely better
than any other hum on the
market for boiling or roasting
This brand of ham is from
selected stock and is in the
pickle a uniform number of
hours. They cost a trifle more
than ordinary haras but they
are fifty per cent, better in
If you want to roast one of
these hams hero's a good
recipe: Put it in cold water
and let it soak over night, then
pour oft' the water, wipe the
ham dry and put it into the
kettle again, cover with fresh
water and boil for three hours.
Then take it out, scrape the
rind when cool, put it into
another kettle and pour four
pints of cider over it and then
enough water to cover. Put
in a bay leaf, cloves, allspice
and cinnamon and allow it to
boil slowly for two hours more,
never letting the water boil
over. Then take it out, wipe
it thoroughly and dust it with
powdered tugar and cloves,
sticking whole spices hero and
there in the fat. Put into the
oveu and bake for an hour and
a half. The Maltese Cross
Hams are the only ones
suitable for cooking in this
way and wo aro the exclusive
dealers in diem.
Lewis & Co.,
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spIm In mi Antl'.lliiHonlc !iiiarc.
Tlio Vienna correspondent to
tho Times, writing on the 30th
Sopterabor, gives tho following:
Tlio lutornntiounl Anti-Masonic
Congress, which whb open
ed nt Trout on Snturdny Inst, pro
mises to bo n linsco. It lmrtlly
neeils to bo recnlled that the ini
tinlivo cntne from tlio Vnticnn. A
coininitteo of Torveiit Cntholico,
for tho most pnrt lnymon, luivo
orgnnizod an iulernntionnl inovo
mout ngninst i'rcomuBonry, which
crnft lins beou regnrdetl ns n
dnnger for tho Church and for
Cntholicism evor Binco its con
deinnntion by Popo Benedict
The scheme for holding tho
prcbont Congress hns boon spo
cinlly coirtinoiidcd by tho l'ope,
nud by tho Vicar Ocuoinl iti tlio
nnmo of liis holiness. Nu pnins
lmvo been spnreil to tunko it ns
impressive ns possible, tho Church
of tho Cutholic seminary nt Trent
having been specially ndnpted for
its sittings. Yet, iiotwithstnud
iug nil eiTorts to further tho object
in view, it has fniled to fulfil tho
expectation of its promoters.
About 1,500 persons applied for
tickets of ndmission. The Ultrn
uiontnno Press stated thnt Uio list
of those present would includo
Count Fnlkonhnyn, Vico President
of tho Aiibtrinn Clinnihor of Pccih,
Princo Schwnrzenberg, Princo Al
fred Liechtenstein, Princo Hohen-
IoIip, Count Richard Belcredi, and
other protniuent members of tho
Austrian nristocrncy. As a mnt
tor of fact, however, only 800
have attended tho Congress, and
of those mora than GOO aro in
holy orders. The lay element,
which it was hoped would bo
numerous, is but Bcnntily repre
sented. No fewer than 28 Arch
bishops and Bishops promised to
attend, but only 12 hnvo put in an
appearance. Tho Grand Master
of tho Ancient and Venerublo
Order of tho Kuiuhts of St. John
of Jorusalem, Frn Baptist Coschi
Bantu Croco, who resides at Trent,
is conspicuous by his nbsouce, as
is tho case with a largo number of
other persons of rank, who have
contented themselves with send
ing letters and telegrams of ad
herence. The Cardinal Arch
bishop of Salzburg, Mgr. Ilaller,
who was to have taken tho chair
at the plenary gatherings, was not
there ou tho opening day, and tho
congress consequently elected as
their president Princo Charles
Loveii8teiu, head of tho younger
lino of that onco sovoroign houso
which descends from a scion of
tho ltoynl Houso of Bavaria.
Tho proceedings wero accord
ingly opened by Priuco Lo wen
stein, assisted by the Bishop of
Trent, Mgr. Valussi. Tho intro
ductory speech of tholattor closed
with a cheer for tho Blessed
Virgin, to which tho assembly
responded with onthusiastio cries
of Evvivn Maria!" The Bishop
spoke in Italian and Priuco Low
oustein in French. As about GOO
members of tho congress como
from Itnly tho proceedings wore
carried ou nlmost eutirely in Ital
iau, though a fow of tho orators
spoko in French and evon Gor
man. Tho touor of the speeches
has boon in most cases compara
tively modornte. Freemasonry
has been ruthlessly attacked as
opposod to Diviuo law and special
decrees of tho church. Every
thing hostile to individuals has
been disapproved of by tho majo
rity of tho congress. "Wo must
hate error," said Bishop Vnlussi,
"but wo must love tho erring."
A Polish prelate who indulged in
cortnin strictures on tho Govern
ment of Bussian Poland wns in
terrupted by tho chairman and
not allowed to continue. It has
been resolved, besides other
things, thnt wherever tho Froema
sous havo founded churitnblo in
stitutions their example should bo
followed by tho Catholics. Tho
announcement that tho Spanish
Government has appointed a
special commission to inqniro
whether FreomaBoury should not
bo prohibited in Spain and all
Freemasons iu Government ser
vice dismissed was received with
enthusiastic applause. I may
mention that iu Austria Free
masonry is forbidden as being a
secret society. Every oilicial when
no enters tno uovorumoni service
.is obliged to declaio that ho bo
longs to no such society. In Ilun
gnry Fieemasonry is tolerated,
uud consequently tho Austrian
DECEMBER 4, 189G.
Furniture ! -:- Furniture !
Largest Shipment Ever Brought to Honolulu.
"Will toe placed in our "Warerooms
at once. Particulars in a few
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Hotel and Bethel Streets.
W. G. InwiN.
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London Tlio Union Dank of London, Ltd.
New Yokk American Exchange National
CniCAUO Merchant? National Bank.
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Behlin Drcsdner Bank;
Hongkong and Yokohama Hongkong A
Shanclial Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Bank of New
Victoria and Vancouveii Bank ol Mont
real. Transact a General Banking and Eichange Business
Term and Ordinary Depolsts llcculvcd.
Loans madu ou Approcd Security. Com
mercial and Trnuilcrs Credits Issued. Bills
of Excliaufio lioulit and sold.
Collections 1'iiomptly 'Accounted Foil.
F. O. JONES.
B. A. JONES
HAVE FOR SALE
A Fow ShnroB of
Paia Sutfiir Stock,
Hawaiian Sugar Co. Stock.
Hawaiian Government nud 1st
MortgiiKO Sugar Planta
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408 Fort Htroet ... Honolulu
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Commercial and Traveler's
Letters of Credit issuer,, avail
able in all the prinr'ipnl cities
of the world.
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WHAT IS THIS ?
Doubtless you know thnt EED WAR is in progress in both Cuba
and tho Philippines. Luckily wo puroiinscd a LARGE STOCK
DIRECT just beforo tho fighting began. Therefore we have not, ns
yot, been obliged to rniso prices. WE HOPIS WE WON'T HAVE
TO. Mennwhile, in order to avoid such k btnto of nfiuirs, come iu
and purchaso now.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts. Wliolesnlo and Eotail.
J. S. WALKER,
ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY, LIVERPOOL,
ALLIANCE ASSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON,
AL'LANOE MARINE & GEN. ASSURANCE CO. OF LONEO.n
SCOTTISH UNION and NATIONAL INSURANCE CO.,
WILHELMA OP MAGDEBURG GENERAL INSURANCE CO
SUN LIFE INS. CO. OF CANADA,
LIFE, FIRE and MARINE RISKS,
TAKEN at REASONABLE RATES,
Roomo 12 SPREOKELS BLOCK
Bulletin, 75c, Per Month
Honolulu, H, l,
Axf Manila ?
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