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Never E3coellecl ! ! .4 ( Seldom 10 ciul all e cl ! ! Is the vferdict rendered. 1898., BY AUTHORITY NIGHT SCHOOL NOTICE. 5' Our Dress Goods Department is full to overflowing with all the latest novelties in Cotton and jw6olen Materials. The elegant designs and dainty colorings on display are works of , art, while Tbe Prices are Extremely Reasonable. Mi:) The Printed Lawns at 10c are worth 15(f at least. . . . . , The Figured Muslins at ISc'are regular 25c goods. The Scotch Ginghams arelwondeif ul in their varied plaids, and stripes. The French Organdies and Challies are infinitely superior to any- "' - ' thing before offered in this market and axe sure' trade winners. The Honolulu night school will op en for tlie full term nt the Fort street school building', on Monday evening, September 12th, nt hnlf past 7 o'clock. The regular sessions of the school will be from 7 to 9 o'clock every ev ening except Saturdays, Sundnys mid legal holidays. By order of the Department of Pub- Iic instruction. C. T. rodgers, Secretary. DNCLE SAM It Is said, will take more care in providing room, com fort nnd good feed for the horses he will send to the Philippines than he does' for the privates. This is, because they cannot take care of themselves. A good horse is faithful to you and you should bo faithful to him, by giving him good, wholesme food, regularly. VIE CARRY ONLY THE BEST, When you want the Best Hay, Feed or Grain, at the Right Prices, order from 1 CALIFORNIA FEED Telephone 121. CO. II 11 You can buy A Single Yard at Wholesale Prices. i . . . BHiHHBilHHHH N. S. SACHS' DRY GOODS COMPANY.LT XHB IPJOlPXvK' - PROVIDERS. THE SUBSCRIPTION LIST OF THE ABOVE PLANTATION IS NOW OPEN AND THE PROSPECTUS MAY BE SEEN AT MY OFFICE. Harry Armitage, Real Estate and Share Broker. Corner of King and Bethel Streets. HONOLULU, OAIIU. HILO, HAWAII. Binxo Weupixx& Co. Dealers in Lands. Investment Brokers. 1 U. Fire Insurance Ag ents, CHOICE BUSINESS and Jlesidence Properties for Sale. ELEGANT LOTS on Punchbowl Slope with a fine marine view. A BEAUTIFUL MODERN RESIDENCE on Green street. Terraced grounds. Splendid view. Choice neighborhood. - A CHOICE RESIDENCE AT PUNAHOU. Large grounds, convenient to LOTSAND HOUSES at "Buena Vista," Niraanu Valley. BUSINESS PROPERTIES' Centrally Located. Lots on Mnkiki Street . HOME LOTS IN KEWALO TRACT. Houses built for purchasers on ,he STOReT ANDaOFFICES (single or en suite), in "Progress Block." RESIDENCE LOTS at Puna, Villa Franca and Reed s Island, Ililo. LOANS NEGOTIATED. Insurance Written Mercantile Risks. on Residence and -triPH We invite inspection of properties. Bruce Waring & OHices 7 nnd 8, Progress Block. Co. inni Object of the Palama Co-Operatlve, Grocery Company is to enable the public to get their groceries at some like reasonable prices. A trial order will convince you of the truth of what our customers say 'about saving money since they com menced to deal with us. -PALAMA CMP, GROCERY CO, Opposite Railway Depot, King Street. Tel. 755. P. 0. Box 609. BRAN, OATS, BARLEY AND HAY. -OF THE- Just the thing to send to States. To be nau 01 Progress A progressive store In the Pro gress Block is our aim. The number of Pianos, Organs and Musical Instruments we carry in stock now exceeds many of the best stores on the coast. Music All the latest Sheet Music, both Vocal and Instrumental, is im ported to us immediately on its appearance in the large cities in the States. We intend to have a first class music Store In every respect, nnd worthy of the patronage and pride of Honolulu. I V X MOTT-SMITH BUILDING. Cor. Hotel and Fort Sts. Bergsfrom Music Go. (LIMITED.) Progress Block, Telephone 320. For the ? Toilpt, For1 ' " T the Handkerchief Without h Rival Maile Cologne. Your Gifts Are not Complete Without A Bottle. 11. :ll Si. Fqrt Street, Honolulu Lanai Sugar Co. ill I BOOKINGS BY THE ALAMEDA AN!) AUSTRALIA. Some of the Prominent People Who are About to Leave and Where They are Going. The People Believe What They Read About Hood's Sarsaparilla Thoir Faith in This Medicine is Grounded on Merit The subscription list for the above plantation will be open to subscrib ers at my office on and after Wednes day, August 31st. The prospectus may be had on ap plication. . HARRY ARMITAGE, Share Broker, Corner Xing and Bethel Streets. Io Rent. At Hanalel, Kauai, the Prlnceville Plantation Company, will Lease their Mill and Difusion Plant, capacity twenty-five tons in tw(enty-four hours; also, their Lands no'i' under Lease, comprising 1,50 0 to 2,opo acres of available land, which ican all be irri gated by water from the mountnins by ditches or pipes. Something over one-half of this property is for sale. This includes the Valleys of Hanalel, Kalihikai and Knlihiwal, most of which are under lease for rice culture. For all particular's' apply to GEO. II. ROBERTSON, A,t Brewer & Co.'s, Queen Street. Honolulu, August 31, 1898. LANDLORD'S SALE. Now that the war Is over passen ger travel to the mainland will soon resume its normal caurse. In fact, It bids fair to be larger than ever be fore, judging by tlie numbers who have secured passage in advance. mong the more prominent of those who nre soon to leave may be men tioned Senator Morgan, who has en gaged passage on the Alameda. Should the other Commissioners eon- elude to leave at the same time, they will probably all leave together, eith er on the Australia or tlie Alameda. General Merrlam and sou and his stalf, lilcuteiinnts Graves and Ben nett, will leave on the Australia for San Francisco, where the general will resume command of the Department of tlie raeilic. Mrs. Win, G. Irwin nnd Miss Helen Irwin go to San Francisco on the Australia, Miss L. Irwin will remain here for the Mariposa. Ex-Governor Hogg and daughter also leave on the Australia to return to Texas. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Schaefcr and Miss Irmgard Schaefer leave on the Alameda, with Miss Sarah Robertson. They will go as far as New York. Miss Schaefcr will stay in that city for a year to finish up her studies. The following nre booked to leave on the Australia: Mrs. A. Barnes, General Merrlam and son, Lieutenant Graves, Lieutenant Bennett, Governor IT 1 .1 1 I t IF r --- .1 Jiogg anil uaugiiiur, i . n, uhhhuwiiv. J. L. Tobln, Mrs. Win. G. Trwln. Miss Helen Irwin, Mrs. Jones, Miss' Fuller, Mrs. E. M. Wallace, A. MackllIop.,0 , The following have engaged" passage on the Alameda, leaving on September 14th: Miss E. L. Ladd, G. H. Mead, wife nnd child, Miss K. Camp, Miss Alice Jones, C. M. Cooke, Jr., A. D. Baldwin, F. F. Baldwin, Rev. and Mrs. Usborne, Gordon Usborne, Curzon Us borne, Mi4, and Mrs. F. A. Schaefcr, fer, Mrs. L. D. Snyder and child, John Dyer, Paul F. de la Vergne, Missr Sa rah Robertson, Mrs. Brabant nnd child Mrs. S. Roth and two children, Miss R. Roth, Miss L. Roth. Mr. and Mrs. George McLeod, Miss Herrick, Mrs. S. M. Ballon, Mrs. J. F. Clay, B.. R. Ban ning, E. T. Sedelholm and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Fogg, P. K. nickey, H. Nap pe'nback, E. T. DitlTey. wife ami child, E. M. O'Hrien, Iraneis llrooKs, .irs. Sarah Savidge,, Mrs. Herbert Garstin, nurse and two children. Miss Ethel Gay, Mrs. Alice Ri.v. Master Rix, H. J. Morton and wife. Major Clcott, Geo. M. Babeock, S. Ehrlieh, Mrs. F. S. Pratt, Miss Helen W. Kimball, Miss, Daisy E. Kimball. Miss Anna Rose, Miss N. Kitchen. Miss A. Kitchen, Miss Curtis, A. Z. Meinert, Senator Morgnn, Miss Anna Case. A. E. Weirich. wife Hunt, A. E. Weirich. wife and three and three children. 'Mrs. Rosa l'aiwn and 'two children, ,T. IX. Brinton, A. L. Lingle, A. Bearwald, Frank Mullen, Joseph Uauiiey, h. c. .Merrill nnd wife. By the Moana for the Colonies, Sep tember 14: Miss Ovell, Miss I. Ovell, Miss Heys, Mrs. B. Kent. By the Mariposa for San Francisco, October 12th: Miss L. Irwin, Mrs. E. F. King. Mrs. F. E. Wells nnd daugh ter, E. J. Vawter, Jr., Lewis R. .Ten kins, J. D. Hooper. A BRAVE LAD. The youngest Anierlcnn in the late war was Charles Eseudero, a child of 10 years, who attifehed himself to the United States infantry, nnd who took part in the thickest fighting around Santiago. He ran by his father's siriM in the fearful charge up ban Juan hill and afterward did duty as a water boy for- the wounded. He was from Ohio. MORE LAWYERS. John, D. W'iljard and Jiuues Leslie Coke have been admitted by the su preme court to practice law in all the courts of the Islands, nnd have filed their oaths of ofllee, taken before the elfief justice, with the clerk of tin, ju diciary. . ' Thoy Know It Absolutely Curoe Whan Other Madlclnos Fall Hood's Sarsaparilla is not merely a elm plo preparation of Bareaparilla, Dock, Btlltingla and a little Iodide of Potassium. Besides theso excellent alteratives, it also contains thoeo great anti-bilious ant) liver remedies, Mandrake and Dandelion. It also contains tboso great kidnoy reme dies, Uva Ural, Juniper Berries, and Pipsissewa. Nor are these an. Other very valuablo curative agonta are harmoniously com bined in Hood's Sarsaparilla, and it la carefully prepared under the personal supervision of a regularly educated phar maclst. Knowing these facts, ia the abiding faith the people have in Hood's Sarsaparilla a matter of surprlsoT You can see why Hood's Sarsaparilla cures, when other medicines totally, absolutely fall. "My little girl was afflicted with eczema and suffered for seven years. Sho was attended by physicians and tried many different kinds' of medlclno jvlth out relief. After taking a few bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla she was cured." Mrs. Emma Franklin, Honeoye, New York. M-i J Sarsa- nuuu 5 parilla Is the Ilest In fact the Ono Truo lilood PurlBer. $1 ! six for 15. 0. 1. J 1 ood Si Co., Lowell, -Muss. jj rjj cureLWor Ilia: casrtotakt nOOCl 8 Hi US ea.j to operate. tfcenU. liobron Drag Conipnnj WHOLE8ALE AGENTS. You" Will Public notice is hereby given that the undersigned, James Cowan, on the' 4th day of August, 1898, did restrain and levy upon and remove to a place of safe custody the following goods nnd chattels belonging to Miss M. At Tlteoinb for' rent in nrrears and due by said Miss Tlteomb to said Cowan, amounting to eighty-five ($85) dollars, for certain premises situated oh Wil der nvenue, Honolulu, Onhu, to-wit: One square dining room table. One small parlor table. Seven dining room chairs. Four mattresses. Two bedsteads. 1 One bureau. The abovo were purchased a short time ago and are as good as new. And notice is hereby further given that said goods nnd chattels will be sold at public, nuction nt the miction room of James F. Morgan on Queen street, in said Honolulu, on Thursday, the 8th day of September, 1808, at 10:30 a. m., of said day, to satisfy the rents in arrears and due at the time of such snle, together with the costs of such distress, removal, custody and sale. ' JAMES COWAN. Dated, August 20, 1808. 1 . Rnif flake a flistake . If vou Do not Trade f at the New Store of k1 C.E. BOARDMAfiJ Real Estate Agent. Room No. 1 Spreckels Block. Has for rent a first' class house; has a good sea view; plenty of fresh air, and good drainage. One cottage, pleasantly located, for rent. For Sale. Six Building Lots, con veniently located, one block from the tram cars. Good air and excellent drainage. A healthy place; planted with fruit trees. ROAD SURVEYS. SurveysiwllI soon be commenced lor the building of, tlie authbricd govern ment' roads in' Olatt 'and the opening up of the new section towards Manna Ken. FUNDS 'FOR ARMENIANS. Priest George and Deacon Nicola are in Hllo soliciting funds for the victims of the Turkish massacres in Armenia. The two priests landed at Kawalhae from the Kimui, walked to Hilo, and from there walk to 1'aliula. On their return to Honolulu they will leave for the Orient, going home by way of India. .They have now been. four teen months on their journey. FROM ALASKA. John U. Smith, who has been Unit ed States Commissioner at Dyea, in Alaska, and Is a lawyer by profession, will soon open nn office in Hilo, says the Hilo Tribune. Ho has been look ing over the prospects for several days. His family, now in Honolulu, will arrive by IhycilAxt Kllihu.' Ij THE KOLOA TRAGljDY. Marshal Brown has received no word of the reported tragedy at Koloa, where a man is said to have been found in a cane field near the mill, with his throat cut. If you have a house for rent tell it in The Star.. JAPANESE STATISTICS. Mutton does not form a large part of the meat supply of Tokyo. Accord ing to statistics for last year there, were slaughtered 17,80 eattle, 5,350 horses, 0,558 pigs and II sheep. Anoth er curious bit of statistical informa tion is with regard to tlie fires nt the commencement of this year. During the months of January, February nnd March, there were 124 fires in Tokyo. By these fires, 2,457 houses were de stroyed, 182 were partially destroyed, and the loss was estimated at over $192,000. The fire department ought to ue Kept busy. J. T.Waterhouse, WRVERLEY BLOCK BETHEL STREET. Groceries. t 1 Crockery. Hardware ESTABLISHED IN 1851. LEADERS IN 1898J A dry scalp causes dandruff djm-J druff causes the clothing to becom' ; soneu. a minute or two each morn.. Ing and evenlnir devoted to the anDlT- ', Ing of our Dandruff Killer does thsj work. Put up in one size botles only. The Silent Barber Shop$ Paoheco & Fernandez, Proprietors. Arlington Block, Hotel Street. dAl& ' ftStfihijr 1 JSffl