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H. Hackfeld & Go.
VM PORT HUB AND W1IOL.KS.VLK11S -OP- Dry Goods, Buch as Prints, Ginghams, Cottons, Sheetings, Doninis, Ticking, Re gattas, Drills, Mosquito Net ting, Curtains, Lawns. DRESS QOODS, ZEPHYRS. 'ETC In the Latest Styles. TAILOR'S GOODS. IN FULL ASSORTMENT. Sllcrtiaa, Sleeve Linings, Stiff Linen, Ital tan Cloth, Moleskins, Meltons, Serge, Kammgarns, Etc. Minn, Underwear, Shawls, Blankets, Quilts, Towels, Table Cov ers, Napkins, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Hosiery, Hats, Uni brellas.Rugsanil Carpets, Ribbons, Laces and Embroideries, Cut lery, Perfum ery Soaps k LARGE VARIETY OF SADDLES. Vienna and Iron Garden Furniture, Rechstein v: eiler Pianos, Iron Bedsteads. Etc., Etc., Etc. American and European Grocers, Lit, iors, Beers and Mineral Waters. Oils and Paints Zinc, Lead, Plain Galvanized Iron Railroad Iron, etc. Hawaiian Sugar and Rice; Golden Gatt Diamond, Sperry'ti, Merchant's u Eldorado flour, balmon, uorneii Beef, etc., For sale on the most liber terms and at the lowest prices by H. HACKFELD & CO. (LIMITED.) (LIMITED.) Merchants and Com mission Agents. Beg to call the attention of the trade to their complete line of Hardware i Crockery Saddlery Etc, Paints and Oils eieral Plantation Supplies. fine assortment of Kitchen FmisMis. ray Agate fare a Specialty. Kaahumanu Street. Hawaiian Electric Company. The cleanest, brightest latest and really, fa the long run, the cheapest and best light, uaa m tuo iauiuy resilience, is me incan daicant electric light. Safe nothing could 6e safer. A few davs aero a Dromlnent iren- tiemin of Honolulu oamo rushing down to ana oince 01 me isiectrio uompany ana said: 'Give me figures for wiring my house, and I mint It done at once; no more lamps for me. niirht a lamn tlDDod over and it came co mear setting Are to the house and burning isiT cHiiaruu auu i use no more nsKS." This (s the sentiment of quite a number In one past few weeks, who have ordered their thousns fitted with the perfect light. Just think it over and make up your mind tihat yon want the best and safest light; send Zor the Hawaiian Electric Company and tell Ahem what you waul. Wa btre a complete stock of everything in Uh'is ice nnd have just received a lot of the very latest designs In chandeliers OHTA ft GO., Contractors, Builders and House Painters. GOOD BLOOD Your heart beats over one hundred thou. 6and times each day. One hundred thousand supplies of good or bad blood to your brain. Which is it? If bad, impnro blood, then your brain aches. You are troubled with drowsiness yet cannot sleep ; you are as tired in tho morning as at night; you havo no nerve power; your food does not seem to do you much good. Stimulants, tonics, headache powders, can not cure you: but AYER'S will. It makes tho liver, kidneys, skin and bowels perform their proper work. It re moves all impurities from tho blood. And it makes the blood rich in its life-giving properties. For MlloiKneu take AYER'S 1'ir.t.s. Ther promptly roljcvc and surely euro. Take them with Ayer's Sarsapatillat one aids tho other. MUSTER DRUG CO.. WHOLESALE AGENTS. ttXyM Maunakea St., Honolulu, H. L OrVE US A CALL. THE Popular Beer w?sstmmt urn :wk PEACOCK & CO. (LIMITED.) AGE5KTS, CHAS. HTJSTACE, 212 King Street. Tel. 119 Between Fort and Alakea Sta DEALER IN Groceries and Provisions Fresh Californ.a Roll Butter and Island Butter always on haud. Fresh G)oU received by every Steamti from San Francisco vsf fivrisFAQTioN Guaranteed. VP" CARRIAGE TRIMMING. If you want your Carriage or Phaeton Repaired or Trimmed, call on J. L. DTJSHAIilSKY, 400 Alakea Street, between King and Merchant Streets, IWAWIOTO, 215 King Street, Honolulu. Practical Watchmaker, Etc. Complicated Watches, Clocks, Muslo Boxes, Etc. IIIINI G. 1 8T0NEY MADE A OOOI) RIXOUD IX THE WAIi. Did Splendid Service In the Auxiliary Cruiser Prairie Saved the Large Transport Massachusetts. The Honolulu friends of Lieutenant George M. Stoney, and they are ninny, will be glad to know that he hint ad ded much to his record as an ollicer and sailor, though fortune denied hint the chance of a brush with the ene my. After leaving Hawaii, Lieutenant Stoney was for some months In charge of the naval recruiting station in San Francisco, but on the breaking out of the war was ordered east and assign ed to the auxiliary cruiser l'ralrle as navigator, which, In answer to the clamor from the New England states, was sent, with the San Francisco to cruise between Cape Cod nn it the New Foundlalid hunks for reported Span- ! isii privateers, molten these proved 1 to be myths the six week's spent In I that vicinity was full of arduous duty, the more so as the vessel was manned b,v naval reserves from Massachusetts, and with the exception of the cap tain and Lieutenant Stoney, no one on board had seen actual service be fore. From there the Prairie was sent fo the Cuban coast and took part in the fight with the forts and the burning of the Spanish steamer Alfonso XII at the port of Mariel. Shortly nfter she was ordered to fiibara, on' the north east coast of Cuba, to prevent the es enpe of the Spanish forces from the province of Santiago by sea. Here they learned' of the fall of Santiago, on .Inly '.'1st, and on duly 24th were or. dereil to blockade San Juan, Vorto Ri co. After a week on this duty they went to l'orto Ponce to assist in lan ding the army and stores. It was here that Lieutenant Stoney bad an oppor tunity of rendering most valuable ser vices to the government. The large transport Massachusetts, formerly of the International line, costing nearly a million dollars, and carrying 1.200 men, 1,S00 horses and mules'nnd 2,000,- 000 rations besides other valuable stores, went aground on a cornl reef at the entrance of the harbor, and she was at first given up as a total loss. Lieutenant Stoney was ordered to examine the situation and save the cargo and ship if possible. This he did without the loss of a horse or a single pound of cargo, after two days and nights of hard work, and later iie took the ship over to Arroyo, General Brooke's headquarters. For his success in this undertaking Lieutenant Stoney has been much complimented, though he is still la menting the fate that kept him from tlie more lively scenes of action where others earned well deserved laurels, as he might have done. CHRONIC DLVRRIIOEA CURED. This is to certify that I have had chronic disarrhoea ever since the war. 1 got so weak I could hardly walk or' do anything. One bottle of Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy cured me sound and well. J. R. GIBBS, Fincastle, Va. I had chronic diarrhoea for twelve years. Three bottles of Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy cured me. S. L. SHAVER, Fincastle, Va. Both Mr. Gibbs and Mr. Shaver are prominent farmers and reside near Fincastle, Va. They procured the remedy from Mr. W. E. Casper, a drug gist of that place, who is well ac quainted with them and will vouch for the truth of their statements. For sale by Benson, Smith & Co., whole sale agents for the Hawaiian Islands. All druggists and dealers. If you have a house for rent tell it in The Star. Queen Hotel AND Bagle Housee REFURNISHED AND REFITTED. Offers special inducements in com fort and excellence to travelers and families. A notably clean kitchen; prompt and polite service to guests. First Class RESTAURANT Depart ment. W. K. AZBILL, Proprietor. Telephone 809. P. O. Box 704. 750--400 1150 -PAIR OF- White Duck Trousers For The New York Regiment Our prices must be right or we could not do it. Russian Linen Crash suits, com plete for $12.50 per suit. Medeiros & Decker, Lincoln Block. King Street. Notice of Removal The stock of the cheap Fur niture store has been removed three doors above in the same block, opposite Progress Hall entrance on Beretania street. The stock is all 'new and will be sold cheaper than ever. Buvers can now secure Bargains in Furniture as we must make room for new goods to arrive. Our Bargain Counters contains great varieties in Hardware, Spectacles and household necessities. 3 XOX YOU To ride Columblas and Ramblers that Is, if you want to ride the best mnde and easiest riding wheel on earth. It only costs you $55 and $00 for Ramblers, and $85 for Columblas, nnd the terms nre so easy If you want to buy on time that you can all afford to ride. Repair S lxo;p Ours is the most complete in. town and Is in charge of Mr. J. W Harvey, who was employed In the Columbia Bhops many years before he came here. Fine en amelling, a specialty. For bicyclo sundries of all sorts, call on HALL & SON (Limited.) Corner Fort and King Sts. f wwww L. S. MATHEWS, Beretania and Fort Sts. A Hew Paint Shop. Having associated with us Mr. John II. West a practical House Painter, Decorator and Wood Polisher, we are now prepared to give estimates on all kinds of work in that line. Mr. West having had a practical ex perience of over twenty years in San Francisco and other large cities on the Coast, we feel confident that any work entrusted to us will give entire satis faction to our patrons. PEERLESS PRESERVING PAINT CD, Who will doit? Yuo're going to have your home pa pered, painted or decorated. Who's going to do it? No one does or can do better work than we. Investigation proves that few do. as good. All wo ask? for it is a fair price not high; not low. Either extreme is dangerous. Anyone who gives us work gets the best going at the fairest, squarest price. STERLING, paSJSbr Office, Union Square, opp. Bell Tower. HING KEE No. 13 King Street, Honolulu. HARNESS MAKER and SADDLERY REPAIR SHOP. 8HETT LUN, JVXercsl-J.ci.rxt Tevilor. Clothing, etc., made to Order. All Suits Guaranteed to Fit in the Latest Style. Summer Suits a Specialty. No. 305 Nuuanu Street, next to Ex change Saloon. P. O. Box 276. THE "MONITOR" . l I s Plumbing, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work DIMOND BLOCK. 75-79 KING STREET. KWOHG V1NG FAT & CO., King Street, Near Bridge Street, Honolulu, H. I. Contractors and Builders. Owners of ORIENT PLANING MILL. On sale: Sofas, Bureaus, Bedsteads, Meat "Safes, Chairs, Tables, Mat tresses, Mouldings, etc. Furniture of all kinds Made and Repaired. Telephone 997. P. 0. Box 990. TEE HOP SING: Groceries. Island Butter, Pure Konn Coffee Cigars nnd Tobacco. Fresh Fruit by Every Steamer. King Street near Alakea. C. 1KANA, 3VIrlxaLvt Tailor, 113 King Street, Honolulu. These Lots For Sale on Easy Payments EXCELLENT VIEW OF OCEAN AND VALLEY! (fbe simple) CLIMATE UNSURPASSED ! u H ES a a tj i 11 100 . ,,, - - - 12 I 13 . 14 :- . 15 1G 17 18 . 19 ,k 100. 100 100 imi 112HI 1M 100 ICO 20 100 . STREET 50 FEET WIDE. 100 " 2 -, K ; 5 , i 6-. 7 ;8 , , 9 ' . 100 100 100 02Hj mi 100 KM 100 10 100 I o w IS 3 MANOA AVENUE PUNAI10U SOHOOIi PUOPKHTV Apply to J. H. SOHNAOK or F. 1. DORTCH COOPER ASTOR HOUSE RESTAURANT COR. HOTEL AND UNION STS. AH CHUCK, Proprietor. Tables nlways supplied with tho best that tho market affords. Private Room for Ladies. Meals 25c erchant Tailor. Suits to order. Fit guaranteed. Fin Duck Suits $5 up; Fine Tweed Pant, 14.50 up; Fine Suits, $18 up. Clothe Cleaned and Repaired. 119 KINO ST. P. O. Box. 144. Telephone No. 790. Mattings, Green Tea, Paper Lanterns with Flags, ALSO CANDLES ON HAND. S. KOJIMA NO. 9 HOTEL STREET, HONOLULU. Tel. 574. P. O. Box 255. KWONG YEE WO. Groceries, Island Butter, Pure Kona Coffee, Cigars and Tobacco. Fresh Fruit by Every Steamer. Also Contractor for Labor. COR. KING AND ALAKEA STREETS. Sang Chan, Merchant Tailor, Suits Made to Order In the Latest Style. A Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Clothing, etc., made to Order. Light Suts nnd Linen Suits made to order. NO. 04 HOTEL STREET. P. O. Box 203. Telephone 943. C. F00K W0. Groceries, Kona Coffee, Island Butter, Cold Drinks, Cigars and Tobacco. New Goods by Every Steamer. 432 Nuuanu and Vineyard Streets. Honolulu, H. I.