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To Boom or Not to Boom ?
E N AU E DECIDED TO BOOM. Our Special Offerings this week will be LADIES' HOSIERY! We have just imported 500 dozen Ladies' Black Hose, Herms dorf Dye and absolutely fast color, every pair guranteed that we shall sell AT 25c PER PAIR . .Not more than six pairs to any one customer. , f Down Again in prices Is the mnrkct for flour nntl feed, and wc follow it closely. Send us your orders nnd tliey will bo filled nt the lowest market price. The matter of S or 10 cents upon a hundred pounds of feed should not concern you ns much as the quality, as poor feed is dear nt any price. UK IS CONSOLIDATING PARTIES. WE CARRY ONLY THE BEST, When you want the Uest Hay, Feed or Grain, at the Right Prices, order from ,( '.''fS ' ; The regular price is 50c per pair, but we bought them cheap and will give our customers the full benefit Ask to see our 35c Drop Stitch and Plain Stockings . 1 " It won't be the fault of the goods if you don't buy. N. S. SACHS' DRY 600DS COMPANY, LTD. ODHB rEOJRXvES' PROVIDERS. HONOLULU, OAHU. HILO, HAWAII. ' 1 -i. ' '$ i'1 Bruce Waring Ss Co. Dealers in Lands. Investment Brokers. ! -i "., Fire Insurance Agents. N CHOICE BUSINESS and Residence 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 Tram Cars. ,. LOTS AND HOUSES at "Buena Vista," Nuuanu Valley. ' 1 . BUSINESS PROPERTIES Centrally Located. ' ' Lots on Maklki Street. w,.r" ' HOME LOTS IN KEWALO TRACT. Houses built for purchasers on the installment plan. STORES AND OFFICES (single or en suite), in "Progress Block." RESIDENCE LOTS at Puna, Villa Franca and Reed's Island, Hllo. LOANS NEGOTIATED. Insurance Written on Residence and Mercantile Risks. For the We invite inspection of properties, i . Bruce Waring Co. Oilices 7 and 8, Progress Block. 1 lillMll Object of the Palama Co-Operative 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 CUP, GROCERY CO, Opposite Railway Depot', King Street. Tel. 755. P. 0. Box COO. BRAN, OATS, BARLEY AND HAY. f OF THE fl I Just the thing to send to the States. To be had ol WE BELIETTB We carry the largest and best stock of Instrumental and Vocal Music. For the Handkerchief Without Rival fflaie Cologne. Ask to see our special line of Sheet Music for 15c. mott-smith building. Cor. Hotel and Fort Sts. By the Aorangi we received a handsome line of Musical Instruments. Your Gifts Are not Complete Without A Bottle. Birgslrom Music Go. Progress Block, Telephone 321, CALIFORNIA FEED Telephone 131. CO. THIRD CELEBRATION PROGRAM -OP THE -OF REGATTA DAY TO BE HELD IX HONOLULU HARBOR Saturday, Sept. 17, COMMENCING AT 0:30 A. M. RACE 1. FIRST-CLASS YACHT First prize, $40; second, $20. . SIX - OAHED, SLIDIMI IURCE. $50 trophy. 3. TUB BACK, Prize, $5. 4. STEAMER BOAT BACK. prize, $2."i; second, $15; third, 5. SWIMMING BACK, 100 Trophy, $15. 0. SIX - PADDLE L'AiNOK liAUK, First prize, $15; second, $5. 7. JAPANESE FISHING BACK. Prizes, $10 and $5. SEAT Firs $10. yards. BOAT m DOf I H HEBE I, Facts About Jiealtfe It is Easy to Keep Well tf Wo Know How Ho has Not Given Up His Ambitions Ohio nnd Valencia Hnve Sailed for San Francisco. MANILA, September fi. General guinnldo is recruiting troops, nnd his men are busily employed In con structing' trenches. In explanation of this warlike attitude, the insurgent lender says he Is preparing for resist ance In ease the island should be re turned to Spanish rule. The general says lie is wining to disarm tnc in surgent army it tnc united states guarantees permanent protection. The rebels will liold n conference. this week, delegates from each prov ince having been appointed. At General Aguinnldo's new head quarters at Malolos, the report is conlirincd t lint the rebel leader has consolidated divers insurrectionary parties in the northeast provinces, thus irivinir him an additional force of 5,000 men and control over the entire northern of Luzon. The insurgents continue building intrencliments 'm the north side of the city. They also hold the water works in their posses sion, which fact carries with it n se- Somo of tho Conditions Nocossarp to Porfoct Health. Tho importanco of maintaining goo health Is easily understood, and it is really a slmplo matter If wo tako a correct vfoic of tho conditions required. In perfect health tho stomach promptly digeatn focuU and thus prepares nourishment. Tho blood Is employed to carry thla nourish ment to the organs, norves, musclea nnd tissues which need it. The first great; essential for good health, therefore, 13. puro, rich blood. Now it 1b ctrt&tnly n fact that no medicine has such A Record of Cures as Hood's Sarsaparllla. It is literally truer that there are hundreds of people nUve and well today who would have been In tholr graves had they not taken Hood'is Sarsaparllla. It is depended upon as n family mcdiclno and general regulator of tho system by tenB of thousands of people. This Is because Hood's Barsaparllln makes tho blood pure. This Is tho secret of itta great success. Keep your system In good! health by keeping your blood puro witti Hood's Sarsaparllla, which absolutoly curcs when other medicines fall. " I had pimples on my faco and a largo I eiurius wiiii ii u st- - - - to the Amerlcnns, in boil on one hand. I began taking llood'n nous menace view of the approaching dry season The insurgents have captured every Spanish position on the bay, with one exception, nnd are strengthening themselves everywhere in the interior. Agiilnnhlo desires to make a strong case before the meeting of. the peace commission in Paris, and will hold his party together if possible. The task is fraught with difficulty, while each small leader has set himself up as a rival power. MANILA, September 1. According to advices from Hollo Governor ltlos, governor of the VIzcnyns, is arresting and shooting suspected persons, in cluding prominent natives of Manila. The obstructions on the railway from Mnnila to Caloocan hnve been removed nnd the first train left yes terday. It is expected that traffic will be resumed to the Dagupan terminus tomorrow. The steamers Ohio and Valencia have sailed for San Fran cisco. EXODUS FKOM MANIL . Monastic Orders Anxious on of Their Property. Account INTERMISSION FOR LUNCH. UACE. third, 8. SECOND-CLASS YACHT First prize, $-10; second, $20; $10. 9. FOUR - OARED, SLIDING SEAT BAROE UACE. First prize, $30; sec ond, $15. Trophies. 10. DIVING CONTEST. Distance. $5. 11. PUNT UACE. l'rize, $15. 12. FIVE - OARED WHALEBOAT RACE. First prize. $30; second, $10. 13. TWO - OARED SHORE BOAT BACE. Frizes, $10 nnd $5. 14. CHINESE FISHING BOATS. Prizes, $10 nnd $5. 15. HALF-MTLE SWIMMING CON TEST. Trophy, $15. If.. TWELVE - OARED CUTTER RACE (for men-of-war boats only), r-rize, $50. 17. SIX-OARED GTG RAGE (station ary seats). First prize. $30; second, $10. 18. SATLTNG CANOE BACE. First prize, $15; second. $5. 19. DIVING CONTEST. Time. $5. fc;);ttsfc:i:csc Races open to all; no entry fee. swimming, diving nnd tub races en tries open till the start of the races. All rowing races are to lie govern LUMJUtN, September 7. the o dus of Spanish families and priests from Manila continues. They nil feel that Spanish rule nt Luzon is at an end. Te monastic orders, anxious ro be safe on account of their largo holdings of property in the interior, nr endenvorinn- to disnose of it. Thi'v would welcome American or English authority. Considerable anxiety exists regard ing the 10,000 to 12,000 prisoners, In eluding the Spanish troops nnd dvi lians, women and children, in tin hands of the Filipinos. Some of them are undergoing humiliations and also hardships, and circumstances nviy rise which would endanger their lives. Ef forts should be made by Spain and the United States conjointly to secure their ransom. SERVICE OF NOTICE BY PUBLICATION. Sarsaparllla and after using three botttees I was cured." J. W. Johnson, 3 Houtti Broderlck St., San Francisco, Cal. Sarsa-pariila IstUo best-In fact the One True Illood PcriKor. Sold by druggists. $1 ; six for js. H ) d Hnnrl'c PSIIc c"ro Liver Ills; c,rto 11UUU s fills takc,casytooieratc.25c- Houron Drug CompaDjs: WHOLESALE AGENTS. In the Circuit Court of the First Ju dicial Circuit of the Republic of Hawaii. In Admiralty. Russell Colegrove s. the Steamship City of Columbia, her boilers, en gines, machinery, boats, tackle ap parel and furniture. Whereas, Russell Colegrove, now ut Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Republic of Hawaii, has this day tiled in the Cir cuit Court of the First Judicial Cir cuit, Republic of Hawaii, in' Admiralty, his libel against the steam You Will flake a nistake If vou Do not Trade at the New Store Of shin Pitv nf f'nlmiiliin vlurinf W. ed by the racing rules of the Hawaii-1 Milnor is now master, her boilers, cu- an Rowing Association. gines, machinery, boats, tackle, apparel Kor the other races entries must no made to J. W. Smithies, at Pacific Hardware Company. Entries close on Thursday, September 15th, at 4 p. m. Each entry shall include the name of the boat, or if it have none , the name of the person who enters it in the race. There must be at least three boats entered before the second prize can be awarded, and at least four boats before the third prize civil be awarded. For further information npply to the Regatta Committee S. E. P. Tay lor, G. II. Gere,' C. S. Crane. HAWAIIAN I Thursdny ami Saturday Eve nings and Saturday Matinee. FIRST APPEARANCE OF ROSA'S AMERICAN COMEDY CO, IN JAS. F. POST'S LAUGH ABLE COMEDY As played over five years in the United States, England and Australia. il. SI I BL Fort Street. Honolulu. and furniture, in a cause civil and maritime of tort and damage, claim ing $15,000 damages and costs, and praying that process of attachment issue against said steamship, her boil ers, engines, machinery, boats, tackle, apparel and furniture, to satisfy his said claim, and. Whereas, the Honor- able A. Perry, I'irst Judge of said Cir cult Court of the First Judicial Circuit has this day ordered process to issue as' prayed for returnable before him at his Chambers in the Judiciary Building (Aliiolani llalc) in said lion olulu, on Saturday, September 24, 1898, nt 10 a. iu and lias ordered that no tice by publication of these proceed' ings until the return day afore said be given daily in some daily newspaper published in Honolulu, citing all parties Interested to appear and show cause why the uraver of the libel aforesaid should lint hi crniited: ...... r,,: .. , ... .,, Sow, Therefore, in compliance wnn the mandate of the Court, notice is hereby given to nil interested in said steamship or in said proceedings, to appear at the time nnd place aforesaid set for making return of process nnd for the hearing of said libel, there and then to show cause if nny they have, why the prayer of the libel aforesaid should not be granted. ARTHUR M. I1ROWN, Marshal of the Republic of Hawaii. Dated, Honolulu, bcptcinber n, 1898. Li .-.it ' h (III I)T l III in n..,.fl iouj.t" mf ,tl: ill' TIM , J,T, Waterhous WRVERLEY BLOCK BETHEL STREET. Groceries. Crockery. Hardware. ESTABLISHED IN 1851. LEADERS IN 1893. Songs, Dances, Medleys, Quartetts and Irving Emery's celebrated Songs and BY AUTHORITY l'UHLTC LANDS NOTICE. Popular Prices. Reserved Seats on Sale at Wall, Nichols' & Co. On Monrtny, October 17, 1898, 12 o'clock noon, at Judiciary Huilding, Honolulu, will be sold nt public mic tion for ensh, 41 ya acres, at Knmalu mnloo, Knual. Broken gulch land, about miles niniika of Government road. Upset price $500. Terms Cash In U. S. gold. For further particulars apply at Public Lands OHlce, Honolulu. J. F. BROWN, Agent Public Lands. A dry scalp caused dandruff Lar drufiC causes tho clothing to becoxse soiled. A minute or two each moru lng and evening deroted to the apply ing of our Dandruff Killer does tlia work. Put up In one sleo botlea only. The Silent Barber Shop Paeheco & Fernandez Proprietors. Arlington Block, Hotel. Street. Si ,rj i i