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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, SEPTEMBER . 15, 1898.
To Boom or Not to Boom? J? it 4 HAVE DECIDED TO BOOM. Our Special Offerings this week will be ( V LADIES' HOSIERT! We have just imported 500 dozen Ladies' Black Hose, Herms dorf Dye and absolutely fast color, every pair guranteed that we, shall sell Not more. than six pairs to any one customer. Down Again In prices Is tlie market for flour 'nml food, nml we follow It closely. Send us your orders mid they will be filled at the lowest market price. The mutter of ii or 10 cents upon a hundred pounds of food .should not concern you us much ns the quality, ns poor feed Is dear at any price. IE CARRY ONLY THE BEST, When you want the Best Hoy, Feed or Grain, at the Right Prices, order from CALIFORNIA FEED Telephone 121. CO. PROGRAM -OP THE- AY The regular price is 50c per pair, but we bought them cheap and will give our customers the full benefit. Ask to see our S5c Drop Stitch and Plain Stockings . ! It won't be the fault of the goods if you don't buy. THIRD CELEBRATION -OF REGATTA DAY TO UK HELD IN HONOLULU HARBOR Saturday, Sept. 17, 1. FIRST-CLASS YACHT First prize, $10; second, .$20. 2. SIX - OARED, SLIDING BAKGE. $30 trophy. 3. TUB HACK. Prize, $3. 4. STEAMER ItOAT HACK. prize, 23; second, $!.); tlnrii, 5. SWI.M.MIM'r RACK, 100 Trophy, $13. 0. SIX - PADDIjK CA.NUK IIAL'K. First prize, $13; second, $3. . JAPANESE FISHING ItACE. I'rizes, $10 and $5. J- N. S. SACHS' DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD THE JPIOJPXvIS' PROVIDERS. HONOLULU, OAHU. HILO, HAWAII. JE&ircio Waring & Co. Dealers in Lands. Investment Brokers. Fire Insurance Agents mmmn nrTDTvpcc on.l 1? ntii rl on t r Prnmrtiis for Sale. j 1 1J lj I j i)ujinuo - x" . , 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 LOTS AND HOUSES at "Buena Vista," Nuuanu Valley. BUSINESS PROPERTIES Centrally Located. Lots on Mnkikl Street. JS" ) t r HOME LOTS IN KEWALO TRACT, nouses built for purchasers on tho installment plan. .... , STORES AND OFFICES (single or en suite), in "Progress Block." RESIDENCE LOTS at Puna, Villa Franca and Reed's Island, Hilo. LOANS NEGOTIATED. Insurance Written on Residence and Mercantile Risks. . For the ,f?r 1 " - We iuvite inspection of properties. Bruce STariner Co. Oflicos 7 and 8, Progress Block. For the Handkerchief Without Rival illlMI Object of the PnlaMa 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 tho truth of what our customers say about saving money since they com menced to deal with us. PALAMA C0.-0P, GROCERY CO, Opposite Railway Depot, King Street. Tel. 7S5. P. O. Box COO. BRAN, OATS, BARLEY AND nAY. OP THE WE BEIilBlTB We carry the largest and best stock of Instrumental arid Vocal Music. Ask to see our special line of Sheet Music for 15c. Ma e Cologne. COMMENCING AT 9:30 A M. RACE II ROSA'S El IT INCLUDES REAL ESTATE AT KAALAMI. Petition for Letters of Administra tion Filed Various Other Proeced Ings Had in the Probate Court. John F. Colburn has petitioned for letters of administration on thu es tate of Antone Rosa, deceased, which is said to consist of real estate at Kaa- lamai and Kallhi in tills city, valued at $7,000, Mini personal elVcets worth $1,000. On the motion of L. A. Thurs ton, Judge Perry this morning made an order authorizing the executor to advance the widow $10 per week for living expenses until the further or der of the court. Joseph Rosa, guardian of tho per son and estate of Louis Richards ltusa a minor, has been granted permission My .Midge rerrv to sell certain re.il estate belonging to the minor, at pub- lie miction, after filing a bond of $350. Judge Stanley has approved the an nual accounts of II. Foeke and Cecil Hrown as trustees of the estate .if lames (lay deceased. James II. Ro.vd. guardian of Joseph ICaloio, a minor, has applied to Judge Stanley for an order requiring S. K. Aki, the former guardian, to pav over $170.07, due to said minor by him. The court will hear the application tomorrow morning. Cecil Hrown, trustee of the estate of Kaleipua Kanoa. deceased, wife of ex-Governor Paul Kanoa. has filed an Inventory showing the estate to con sist of real property on Kuuai and in this city, valued at $31,300. and per sonal property wirth $1,000. BLANCHE HATES. One Large Scar Is All That Remains of Great Scrofula Sores She Talks of the Sufferings of the Re turned Soldiers. Neighbors Could Not Bear to Look Upon Her A Crand, Comploto Curo by Hood's Snrsnparllla Aftor Othors Fnllod. "I was taken with neuralgia in my head and eyes. Not long after this, a scrofula sore appoarcd on my left cheek, extending from my upper Hp to my eye. Other sores camo on my nook and on my right arm and ono of my limbs. They were very troublcsomo and painful and soon becamo great running sores. My faco looked so bud that somo of my neighbors could not bear to look at mo and advised me to wear a bandage, but I feared this would Irritate tho sore and mako it worse. So I Could Not Hldo tho Soros. My niece, who was familiar with a caso Blmllar to mine, which bad been cured by Hood's Sarsaparllla, urged mo to try It. Finally I was persuaded to do so, and In a short tlmo I saw it was helping mc. The sores began to heal and tho neu ralgia In my head was better. In a few months the sores on my arms and limbs all healed; thoso on my neck gradually disappeared and now they aro all gone. I have never had any symptom of scrofula since Ono largo scar on my right arm Is all tho sign that remains of my tcrrlblo affliction. Tho neuralgia Is also cured." Mks. J. M. Hatch, Etna. Now Hampshire. Sarsa-parilla Is the best In fact tho Ouo True Blood Purifier. Hnnrl'c Dillc am tho only pills to tako 1 IUUU S fllia wltll n00li.s fearsaparllLu Uobron Drug Company WHOLESALE AGENTS. Hood's SEAT First $10. yards, BOAT INTERMISSION FOR LUNCH. 8. SECOND-CLASS YACHT RACE. First prize, $40; second, $20; third, $10. 9.' FOUR - OARED, SLIDING SEAT BARGE RACE. First prize, $30; sec ond, $15. Trophies. 10. DIVING CONTEST. Distance. $3. 11. PUNT RACE. Prize. $15. 12. FIVE - OARED WHALEBOAT RACE. First prize. $30; second, $10. 13. TWO - OARED SHORE BOAT RACE. Prizes, $10 and $5. 14. CHINESE FISHING BOATS. Prizes,';$10 nnd $5. 15. HALF-MILE SWTMMINO COX- TEST. Trophy, $15. 10. TWELVE - OARED CUTTER RACE (for men-of-war boats only). Prize. $50. 17. SIX-OARED GIG RACE'fstation- ary seats). Mrst prize, $30; second, $10. IS. SAILING CANOE RACE. First prize, $15: second, , VJ. D1VI.NU UU.M KST. Time. s. )C Races open to all; no !iitry fee. swimming, diving and tub races en tries open till the start ol the races. All rowing races are to be govern ed by the racing rules of the Hawaii an Rowing Association. For the other races entries must be made to J. W. Smithies, nt Pacific Hardware Company. Entries close on Thursday, September 15th, at 4 p. m. Each entry shnll include the name of the boat, or If it have none , the name of the person who enters it in the race. There must lie nt least three boats entered before the second prize can be awarded, and at least four boats before the third prize can be awarded. For, further information apply to tho Regatta Committee S. E. P. Tay lor, G. H. Gere, C. S. Crane. Blanche Hates has returned for a six weeks engagement with the Fraw ley Company in San Francisco, and at the close of that period will rejoin the Daly company, of which she Is a permanent member. While in the east she was one of a committee of ladies who organized themselves to look after the comfort of the western troops quartered there. She assisted in distributing fruits and delieaeies to the sick and wounded men from Colorado, Montana and .oth er western states. 'I tried my best to find the troops from California," she said to a Sun raneiseo Chronicle reporter, "but I am sorry to say I could not find a sal- itary one of them. If I had been able to find them, I think I would have been tempted to kiss them. There has been a great deal of needless suffer ing among the soldiers, and I was uu- inriuuntciv a witness oi niucn oi,,it. Coming west there were two carloads of troops attached to our train from Xew York to Chicago, and the way In which those poor sick men were hud dled into those cars was really a shame.-' The blame seemed to belong entirely to the railroad company. The accommodations were insuflleieiit. The men wore nctunlly dying In the cars, and lfad no place to lay their heads. Their sufferings were something terrible. SERVICE OP NOTICE HY TIOX. PUltLICA- 1 PI I By the Aorangi we received, a handsome line of Musical Your Gifts Are not Complete Without A Bottle. Just the thing to send to States. To ue nau oi v. m.nmn. ft. ..MITT . T1ITTT TTMI Cor. Hotel and Fort Sts. Instruments. Strgstrom Musis Co. I'rogreBK Blbc Teleph'6ti 321. Thursday and Saturday Eve nings and Saturday Matinco. FIRST APPEARANCE OF ROSA'S AMERICAN COMEDY CO, IN TAS. F. POST'S LAUGH ABLE COMEDY XJ OJLTLCl I As played over five years in the United States, England and Australia. In the Circuit Court of tho First' 'Ju dicial Circiflt of the Republic, of Hawaii. In Admiralty. Riibbcll Colegrove s. tlie Steamship City of Columbia, her boilers, oji gines, machinery, boats, tackle 'ap parel and furniture. Whereas, Iiusscll Colegrove, now at Honolulu, Island of Oahil, Republic of Hawaii, has this day filed in the Cir cuit Court of the l''irst Judicial Cir cuit, Republic of Hawaii, In Admiralty, his libel against the steam ship City of Columbia, whereof W. Milunr is now m-.ister, her boilers, en ginesf niaehinery, boats, tackle, apparel and furniture, in a cause civil and maritime of tort and damage, claim ing $15,00(1 damages and costs, and praying that process of attachment issue against'sald steamship, her boil ers, engines, machinery, boats, tackle, apparel and furniture, to satisfy his said claim, and, Whereas, the Honor able A. Perry, First Judge of said Cir cuit Court of the First Judicial Circuit has tills day ordered process to issue as prayed for returnable before him nt his Chambers in the Judiciary Iiuilding (Aliiolani Hale) in said Hon olulu, on Saturday, SepteiubeV 24, 1803, at 10 a. in., nnd hits ordered that no tice by publication of these proceed ings until the return day afore said be given dally in some dally newspaper published In Honolulu, citing all parties interested to appear and show cause why the praver of the libel aforesaid should not he granted; Now, Therefore, If. compliance with the mandate of the Court, notlee is hereby given to all interested in said steamship or In said proceedings, to nppear at tlie time and place uforesald set for making return of process and for the hearing of said libel, there ftnd then to show cause If any they have, why tlie prayer of the libel aforesaid should not be granted. ARTHUR M. HROWN, Marshal of the Republic of Hnwaii. Dated. Honolulu, Heptemner n, 1808. You Will flake a Fiistake If vou . n Do not . Trade at the Nev Store of in. i. -. iff .1! J.T.Waterhouse,, WflVtRLEY BLOCK BETHEL STREET. Groceries. Crockery. Hardware. ESTABLISHED IN 1851. LEADERS IN" 1809. 11. II I Ed Fort Street. Honolulu. Songs, Dances, Medleys, Quartetts and Irving Emery's celebrated Songs and BY AUTHORITY PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE. Popular Prices. Reserved Seats on Sale at Wall, Nichols' & Co. ' On Monday, October 17, 1898, 12 o'clock noon, at Judiciary Building, Honolulu, will be sold at public mic tion for cash, 4iys acres, at Kamalu mnloo, Kauai. Broken gulch land, about 3ya miles mniika of Government road. Upset price $500. Terms Cash In U. S. gold. For further particulars apply at rublle Lands Office, Honolulu. ,T. P. BROWN, Agent Public Lands. A dry scalp causes dandruff dan druff causea tho clothing to becom soiled. A minute or two each morn ing and evening devoted to tho apply ing of our Dandruff Killer does tht work. Put up In ono size botles only. The Silent Barber Shop Pacheco & Fernandez, Proprietors. i '.i "ill 'it 1 i k