THE HAWAIIAN STAR, DKCHMBItR 7, 1897.
H. Hackfeld & Co.
IMI'OUTIiltt AMI WIIOt.KH.ll.KHN
Such HH Prints, Clliit?lmins, Cottons, 1
Slii'otinHH. UuniniH, Ticking, Re
gattas, Drills, Mosquito Net
ting, Curtains, Lawns,
DRESS GOODS, ZEPHYRS, ETC
In thu Lntest Styles.
IN FULL ASSORTMENT.
Silesias, Sleeve Lining. StifT Linen, Itnl
inn Cloth, Moleskins, Meltons,
Serge, KainniRarns, Etc.
CloftiDi, Unfterwear, Shawls,
Blankets, Quilts, Towols, Table Cov
ers, Napkins, Handkerchiefs,
Uloves, Hosiery, Hats, Urn
Ribbons, Laces and
A LARGE VARIETY OF SADDLES
Vienna and Iron Harden Furniture,
Rechatein it ?'eiler Pianos, Iron
Bedsteads. Etc., Etc., Etc.
American and European Grocers, Lii
uors, Beers and Mineral Waters,
Oils and Paints. '
Plain Galvanised Iron,
Railroad Iron, etc.
Hawaiian Sugar and Rice; Golden Gate
Diamond, Sperry's, Merchant's n
Eldorado Flour, Salmon, Corned
For sale 011 the most liberal
terms and at the lowest
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Merchants and Com
They may be seen at Rice's Stables,
Communications in regard to the same
may be left at the office of H. Water
hbuse & Co. '
"VV. II RICB.
H. MAY & CO.
Wholesale and Retail
98 Fort Street.
Both Telephones 22. P. O. Box 47
Tbe best preparation for preserving,
restoring, and beautifying tbe hair is
It keeps the scalp free from dandruff,
heals troublesome humors, and pre
vents the hair from falling out. When
the hair becomes dry, thin, faded, or
gray, it restores'the original color and
texture and promotes a new and vig
orous growth. Wherever used, Ayer's
Hair Vigor supplants all other dress
ings, and becomes al once the favorite
with ladies and gentlemen alike.
PREPARED BY '
DR. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Masi.,U.S.A.
GOLD MEDALS at the World's Chief Expositions;
HOLLISTER DRU& CO.,
Having established a modern plant
for Hulling, Polishing and Assorting
Ccffee, we are prepared to buy and
Clean Coffee in the parchment.
Moderate Charge made for Cleaning
II. HACKFELD & CO.
There are 107 Choice Lot&
for sale "-at Waikiki, rip-ht
mauka of the end of the
tramway line. Several lots
aie facing the Makee Island
This is "one of the best
locations near he Sea Beach.
The ground is as level as a
For prices and terms apply
1 REAL ESTATE BROKERS.
But is not placed
in comn.etiiion with
It will, as heretofore,
t be sold at reasonable
& CO.. Lid.
WING HOP SING,
Carpenter, Contractor, and Fur
Chinese Wicker. Furniture, Mattings,
Carpets, Ruga and Valises.
115 KING ST.
iif i 1 em
why 11 WAii .siiofi.D comi: into
SutiiH l'p the Advantages That Would
Accrue to tho United State Pro
duces Four Strong Points).
The reasons which the Congression
al party say iu Hawaii In September
for tlio annexation or tiie islands .o
the United States are these:
1. Annexation will present any na
tion from establishing itself in a po
sition to command with its men of
war ports of the entire Pacific coast.
Aside from Hnwiilt there is no place In
tha whole I'acitle where u vessel enn
obtain eoal or provisions. Let the
United States secure this possession,
and her sway over thu commerce of
the Pacific is assured.
a. If the United States shall not
seize the Islands they will be seized
by some other power.
A MAKLTIMH ADVANTAGE.
.1. Prom a commercial and maritime
point of view, the islands should be
annexed. Tho imports of Hawaii, 1
iind by consulting the iigures of the
government were $7,104,(1(10 for lS'.lil;
the exports were ifl.'i.Olo.OOO. The ves
sels which carried this Immense com
merce entered Hawaiian ports ISti
times In that venr.
CAX ACCOMMODATE A MILLION, j
If the commerce Is so great muter'
these conditions what will it be Un
der the favoring influence of annexa
tion? There are only Klil.OOO people
on the Islands, whereas with proper
cultivation the soil would easily Keep
a million, and -100,000 were supported
a century ago with the imperfect
methods then used.
4. Annexation would take Hawaii
out of the field of international poli
tics, and peace would reign on ths
I'aeifie. liussia, England and Prance
have all seized Hawaii iu the past
century, and in the last twenty-three
years foreign troops have been landed
three times from warships at Honolu
lu to quell disturbances.
If these conditions continue Ameri
can interests are liable to be endan
egred at any time. Hut if the Islands
are annexed the authority of this gov
ernment will be everywhere recogniz
ed, I believe, without question.
It is true there would be disadvant
ages. The Asiatic population could
not be received into citizenship. Hut
this population would gradually dis
appear under the terms of the treaty
of annexation, until little would be
left in ten years.
Til K XICA RAG I'A X CANAL.
The Xiearaguan canal will undoubt
edly be built, and the hand of destiny
seems to have written that Cuba will
eventually be a part of the possessions
of the United States. With these Ha
waii will form .an important part in
developing the commercial growth of
We returned convinced that the Is
lands. can be annexed without the
shedding of a drop of blood or the
creation of the least disturbance in
tlm Islands, and without a protest
from any nation unless it. be Japan.
a. s. nrciutY.
THE LOIUXG CLUB.
Tiie Loring club Inaugurated its
twenty-first season last evening by a
concert in Blank, Blank & Co.'s hall.
Tho audience was as usual a fashion
able one, crowding the hall, and the
program was up to the society's best
standard. TO very one sang or spoke
of the merits of Itainier Beer. On tap
or .in bottles at the Criterion. Tele
: 7 i
' GROUP 90 CLASS 507.
Exhibit: Artistic Sewing Machine
Cabinets. By Authority of the U. S.
Award. "Excellence of ornamenta
tion, both in carving and metal. Be
cause of the good workmanship In
construction, the convenience of cer
tain contrivances and the superior
finish of the whole." B. Bergerson,
Agent, Bethel Street.
ELECTIOX OP OPPICERS.
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders of tho Hawaiian Sugar Com
pany, held this day, the following of
ficers were elected for the euing year:
If. P. Baldwin, President.
G. X. Wilcox, Vice President:-'
W. O. Irwili, Treasurer.
W. L. Hopper, Secretary.
The above together with It. Catton,
.T. P. Hackfeld and P. J. Lowrey con
stitute the Board of Directors.
W. L. HOPPER,
Honolulu, December G, 1807.
ELECTIOX OP OPPICERS.
At the annual meeting-of the Chi
nese Hospital, held on the 1st of De
cember, tho following officers were
elected to servo for the ensuing year:
Clin Gem, President.
Wong Wa Fay, Vice President.
Wong Chow, Treasurer.
L. Ahlo, Assistant Treasurer.
Joseph Goo Kim, English Secretary.
Lam ICam Chin, Chinese Secretary.
Tho above named officers also con
stitute the Board of Directors of tho
JOSEPn GOO KIM, "
Honolulu, December G, 1897.
ELECTIOX OF OFFICERS.
Notice is hereby given that the fol
lowing named persons have been elect
ed officers of the. Onomea Sugar Com
pany, for the en'sulng year, viz:
Hon. J. B. Atherton, President.
Hon. P. C. Jones, Vice President.
Geo. II. Robertson, Esq., Treasurer.
W. A. Bowen, Esq., Auditor.
E. F. Bishop, Secretary.
E. F. BISHOP,
Secretary O. S. Co.
Honolulu, Nov. 22, 1897.
At just such LOW PitlCES Hint
you can alTord to select your
Mrs. SVI . Hanna,
A dry scalp causes dandruff dan
drutf causes the clothing to become
soiled. A minute or two ench morn
ing and evening devoted to the apply
ing of our Dandruff Killer does the
Put up in one size botles only.
The Silent' Barber Shop,
Pacheco & Fernandez,
Arlington Block, Hotel Street.
Imakawa & Ori
Japanese Carpenters, Uuilders
Joiners, and House Painters.
Cor. Nfiuanu Street nnd Kukul Lane,
Jobbing and Fitting Up Stores, Etc.,
promptly attended to. Estimates
given on Contracts.
TEE SING TIE,
of all kinds.
Fort St., Opposite Club Stabzles.
KALIHIW' I, KAUAI.
Will open a First Class Store on De
cember 1st. A complete stock of Dry
Goods and Provisions, suitable for
Plantation Laborers, will be kept on
Contractor anil Builder, Carpter and
Furniture of all kinds continually on
hand and made to. order.
137 Nuuanu street, cor. Kukui Lane.
SANG YDEN KEE 4 CO.
Dealers in Tinware, Cro?kery,
frlnHRwnrp.. FTardwnrfl. Afrnto.
ware, Cutlery, etc.
Piping Laid and Repaired.
N . 300 Nuuauu St 4 doors above
CHIN SING CO.,
CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS
Jobbing promptly attended to. AH
kinds of Furniture on hand.
106 WEST KING STREET.
NEW TAILOR STORE.
NO. 6 NUUANU STREET.
Suits Made to Order. Fit Guaranteed.
Clothes Cleaned, Dyed and Repaired
Meat Market and Grocery.
215 Maunakea Street.
California Fruits and Vegetables
upon the Arrival of Steamers from the
Poultry Always on Hand.
P. O. Box 191. Telephone 419.
Ghas. J. Faneuf,
Special attention paid to Horses
Forging, Interfering, Stumb
401 Alakea St Tel. 975
AH CHOCK, PHorniETOit.
IVIoalss liC5 Cents.
NEAT AND CLEAN. PRIVATE ROOM FOR LADIES.
COIt. HOTEL AND UNION STREETS.
Tinsmith and Plumber
Dealer In Tinware Crockery, Glass
ware, Hardware, Agateware, Cutlery,
etc. Piping Laid and Repaired.
No 16, mauka Hotel street, near
Smith. P. O. Box 161.
Ijjjg What ? ggK
Why, the Family Cobbler,
Tinker and Harness Mender.
A COMPLETE OUTFIT FOR GEN
ERAL SHOE, HARNESS AND TINWARE.
Everything you need about your
workshop at home for mending any of
the above articles is contained in a
neat box', and it is a combination that
you will find very useful.
All for $2.50.
E. O. HALL & SON
Plumbing, Tin, Copper
WING CHEW LUNG & CO.
212 NUUANU STREET.
importers of Cigars
Just received, per Gaelic, a large
lino of China Wicker Chairs, Mattings,
anus, uroceries and Cigars.
Tel. 874. P. O. 'Box 140
KWOHG VIHG FAT & CO.,
King Street, Near Bridge Street,
Honolulu, H. I.
Contractors and Builders.
wners of OWEN f PLANING MILL,
On sale: Sofas', Bureaus, Bedsteads,
Meat Safes, Chairs, Tables, Mat
tresses, Mouldings, etc.
Furniture of all kinds M"ad,e and
P. O. Box, 1D2.
New House Fumishina: Store.
SING CHAN CO.
Stoves and House Furnishing
Goods of all kinds.
We. are prepared to do '
Tirst Class Plumbing anil Tinsniiltiing,
109 KING ST., NEAR; MAUNAKEA!
Tele. 945. P. O. Box 222.
IS THE TRADE OF
Sing Tai & Go.
CONSTANTLY INCREASING ? .
IT IS BECAUSE they give the best of
Material and Guarantee a PERFECT
No. 200 NUUANU STHEET,
(Old Number 39.)
210 NUUANU ST, HONOLULU.
For Olio Month from Dec. 1st
NEW CUTTER, NEW GOODS.
and Sheet Iron Work
75-79 KING STREET.
, Edwin Forrest, the renowned trage
dian, was showing a "super" how to
do a small part, and at last exclaimed,
in despair: "Can't you do it as I do?"
"No," said the super, "If I could, do
you suppose I would be working for
five dollars a. week?"
This illustrates the trouble with tho
low prices of many articles of furni
ture. If they were well made do you
think they would be offered at kind
Hngf wood prices?
' It is our desire to offer you goods at
prices that are consistent' with the
quality, and we take pride in scouring
the Eastern markets for the
BEST UP-TO-DATE FURNITURE
made to give service and keep their
new look, at prices" that meet with
popular favor by those who know and
appreciate a good article.
It is the intention to carry every
thing in the Furniture line that the
public i needs, whether In Plain or
Handsomely Ornamented Goods, .
At Popular Prices.
City Furniture Store.
' H. H. WILLIAMS,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Telephones: Store, 840. Residence,
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Metropolitan Meat Go.
ty Telephone 45.
ROBT. LIWIM. CM, COOKS. W. J. LOWMT
LEWERS & COOKE,
Lumber, Builders' Hardware,
doors, sash, blinds,
paints, oils, glass,
wall, paper, matting,
lime, cement, etc.
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