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. A i THB"' HAWAIIAN STA'R, 'SEPTEMBER a'l, 1898. "'- ,j ;M,V I J Vf 1 1 : ' v ".5(. ft'" ' ft K WE WILL MAKE THIS WEEK A RED LETTER WEEK For Sheetings, Pillow Casings, and Bed Spreads. ,u r- "J , i We want your custom, and we have determined to realize on some twenty cases of staples. -y We are doubtful if the goods could be bought from the manufacturer today at the prices . ... f we propose to sell this lot. 1 f AX We figure on clearing them out before Saturday. And we must impress upon our friends the necessity of comjng in early. N. S. SACHS' DRY 600DS COMPANY, LTD THE) IPKOJPTvKS' PROVIDERS. HONOLULU, OAHU. HILO, HAWAII. 1 v. '-Vf.. Biarcio Waring Ss Co. Dealers in Lands. k Imrestment Brokers. Fire Insurance Agents 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 TUNAHOU. Large' grounds; convenient to Tram Cars. - LOTS AND HOUSES at "Buena Vista," Nuuanu Valley. BUSINESS PROPERTIES Centrally Located. Lots on Makikl Street. 3SIW3flW',v nOME 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, Hilo. LOANS NEGOTIATED, Insurance Written on Residence, and Mercantile Risks. We invite inspection of properties. , , , , ; Brizce Waring & Co. Oflices 7 and 8, Progress IJlocl'. Practical Upholsterers and 'Mattress Makers. Repairing of all kinds promptly attended to. " i For the ;i Toilet, For the Handkerchief Without Rival Maile ColOJSflG. BY AUTHORITY -UK- NOTICE. Department of the Interior. September 10, 1898. The attention of all Notaries Public is called to the provision of the sta tutes relntlng to the records to be kept by Notaries, nnd the requirement that every live years from the date of appointment eaeh Notary shall depos it his records with the Clerk of the Court of Record nenrest tho place where such Notary resides. And also, to the requirement that upon tho death of n Notary his execu tor or administrator shall deposit his record with such Court; also, that upon resignation or removal from of flee like action shall be taken. The statutes provide a penalty of not less than fifty dollars nor more than five hundred dollars for failure to conform with these requirements. The statutes upon, the subject will be found in Chapter 77 of the renal Laws. J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. IRKIOATION NOTICE. Holders of water privileges, or those paying water rates, are hereby noti flncd that the hours for irrigation pur poses nre from C to 8 o'clock a. ni., (nnd from 4 to 0 o'clock p. m. II. Hplders of water privileges on the slopes of Punchbowl above Oreen street, and in Nuuanu Valley above School street, are hereby notified that they will not be restricted to the Irri gation hours of 0 to 8 a. m., nnd 4 to 0 p. m., but will be allowed to irri gate whenever sufficient water is nvailable, provided that they do not use the water for irrigation purposcs for more than four hours in every twenty-four. ANDREW BROWN, Superintendent of the Honolulu Water r Works. Approved: J. A. KING, Minister of Interior. Honolulu, H. I., Sept. 7,' 1808. SERVICE OF NOTICE UY PUULICA-TIO&. In the Circuit Court of the First Ju dicial Circuit of the Republic of Hawaii. In Admiralty. 'Russell L'olegrove vs. the Steamship . City of Columbia, her boilers, en- r gines, machinery, boats, tackle ap parel ana furniture. Whereas, Russell Colegrove, now at Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Republic of Hawaii, has this day tiled iii the Cir cuit Court of the First Judicial Cir cuit, Republic of Hawaii, in Admiralty, his libel against the steam ship City(of Columbia, whereof W. .Milnor is now master, her boilers, en gines, machinery, boats, tackle, apparel 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 'find furniture, to satisfy his said claim, and, WJiereas, the Honor able A. Perry, First Judge of said Cir cuit 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 Huilding (Aliiolani Hale) in said Hon olulu, on Saturday, September 24, 1898, at 10 a. m., and has 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 nil parties Interested to appear and show cause why the prayer of tht libel aforesaid should not be granted; Now, Therefore, In compliance with the mandate of the Court, notice Is hereby given to all lnte)-ested in said steamship or in said proceedings, to appear nt the time and place aforesaid set for making return of process and for the hearing of said libel,, there and then to show cause If any they have, why the prayer of the libel aforesaid should not be granted. ARTHUR M. BROWN, Marshal of the Republic of nawall. Dated, Honolulu, September 14, 1898. Masonic Temple, Alakea Street. Telephone 928. in 1 HEM I V J i J' Object ot tUe Palwna. Co-Operullve 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. PALM CUP, GROCER! CO, Opposite Railway Depot, King Street. Tel. 7B5. P. 0.. Box 609. BRAN, OATS, BARLEY AND HAY. Portraits Davey's PAVls Enamels arc the best and latesl thing In Pllotography. Platlnotype Portraits ore equal to the best engraving and are warranted permanent. Copying, hnlarging, Water Colors, Crayons, etc., at tho Photno-l-anliln C.n T.lrl MsH.. Bmlth block, cor. Fort and ITntnt Streets. Also the lorgest and m'ost nrtlstlo collection f Island Views, Kodak work neatly executed. Your Gifts Are not Complete Without A Bottle. JEXAVE YOU Ever tried glass Insulators on , your piano? These iniiulalors improve tl:c j tone of your piano wonderfully. f You will be surprised Jit the ' difference It lnnkcs by using the Insulators, Wo offer these at a special price. I Will 1 At'NIUUtV HOSPITAL SKHVICE AT THE ('AMI'S. Volunteers Respond to the Ited Cross Call and Details for a Week Have Been Made. The response to the Red Cross call for volunteers to aid in the work at Camp McKluley and Camp Otis was prompt nnd generous. The attend ance at the meeting at the Y. M. C. A. yesterday afternoon was very large. It was one of the best meetings the society has had. .Mrs. hewall presided. She outlined the work proposed to be done. There were a good many soldiers ailinir. They were not slek enough to go to tlie hospital, init needed such thinirs as appealed to the debilitated appe tite. Tents had been established at the camps at which such things will lie served. Volunteers were needed to serve them. It was proposed to car ry on this work from 9 to IS o clock each morning. lltere was nil enthusiastic response to this call for volunteers nnd the following detail was made: Thursday Cnmp MeKinlev: Mrs. A. Fuller and Mrs. E. W. Jordan. Cnnin Otis: Mrs. H. M. Sewall, Mrs. F. M. Hatch and Miss Kaufmann. I rlday Camp MeKinlev: Mrs. L. A. Kenake and Mrs. C. N. Arnold. Camp Otis: Mrs. S. A. Oilman, Mrs. Laura Wight and Miss Nellie Judd. Saturday Camp MeKinlev: Mrs. O. P. Wilder and Mrs. E. D. Tenner. Camp Otis: Mrs. Robert Lewers and .Mis. . i,. Hopper. Sunday Camp McKinley: Mrs. Ar nold. Monday Camp McKinley: Mrs. A. H. Wood and .Mrs. (. II. Berry. Camp Otis: Mrs. II. E. Waity and Mrs. Forbes. Tuesday Camp McKinley:. Mrs. J. Lucas and Mrs. V. II. Graham. Camp Otis: Mrs. Niekelsoit and Mrs. Ke nake. Wednesday Camp McKinley: Miss Judd and Mrs. Laura Wight Camp Otis: Mrs. Campbell. , It is expected to complete'the de tail for Sunday, today, Additional volunteers are asked for Sunday and for the next seven days following those already provided. Donations of bread and butter, sis well as of milk and rice, are asked fv It is expected that about 400 a day wilJ be served in this manner. SUPREME COURT DECREE. ' The supreme court has signed a 'de cree in tlie Sumner case embodying' the agreement set forth in the stip ulation by which all litigation in the Sumner family ceases and all proceed ings questioning tlie sanity of John K. Sumner are withdrawn. The de- ..f.i.i Xt, oi..,....! 1... 'I.!, .e T .!.... and Associate Justice Whiting. BISHOP ESTATE SUED. Waikulani (y.) has brought a suit of ejectment against the trustees of the Bishop Estate, claiming title in fee simple by descent to a one-ninth interest in certain premises situate inl the Hi of Kalehua, Mauoa, Island of Oahu, nnd land at Kalihi. Tlie ease will come up at the November term. Down Again in prices is the market for flour and feed, and we follow it closely. f Send us your orders and they will be filled at the lowest market price. The matter of 5 or 10 cents upon a hundred pounds of feed should not concern you as much as the quality, as poor feed is dear at any price. WE CARRY ONLY THE BEST, When you want the Best Hay, .Feed or Grain, , at the Right Prices, order from CALIFORNIA FEED CO. Telephone 121. 11 1 HOUSE xo-3srianx. Third App&MMce of COMEDY CO, il, II 1 1 if ) Fort Street. JEJ.onolulu. Our Tuning Department Is now under the supervision of Mr. Brand, a practical tuner of many years experience on the Pacific Coast. Bergsfrom Music Go. Progress Block, Telephone 321. EOF 5 ' Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures Pormanontly Cures Scrofula, which la 0110 of tho worst at flictloiiB of tho human rnco, nnO comes from Impure blood. Eczema, a most offensive and uncomfort ablo affection of the skin, also duo to impuro blood. Salt Rheum, a tormont to tho ileoh, n dis figurement to tho body, and a drain on the system, also doo to vitiated blood. Pimples, which so disfigure the skin, an A make tho human fnco d I vino anything but a thing of beauty, but which nro Nature's adver tisement of foul blood. Catarrh, which very often comes from a chronic affection of tho circula tion, is a constant offense to one's self and all his friends. Rheumatism, which all authorities now attrf buto to various aciditicn in tho blood, which this great blood purlUer of the age, Hood's Sar saparilla, corrects. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is sold by all druggists. $1! six for t5. Pre pared only by C. I. Hood At Co., Lowell. Muss. ft, Hnnd'c Dillc are tlio beat after-dinner-UUUU & flllb puis, aid dlgeitlou. 25c. Uobron DniK Company WHOLESALE AGENTS. You Will flake a i flistake If vou Do not Trade at the H I' ' ' r. I)ii'()lt1 tqiO'inc ') -ni New: Store, of J. T.Waterhouse WRVERLEY BLOCK BETHEL STREET. Groceries. Crockery. Hardware. ESTABLISHED IN 1851. LEADERS, IN 1S9&. The Screaming Farce Comedy Irish Aristocracy, New Specialties. Laughable Sketches. New Pictures. rojmjnr Prices. Resorved Seats on Sale at Wall, Nichols' & Co. I A dry scalp causes dandruff d&r druff causes the clothing to becom soiled. A minute or two each morn ing and evening devoted to the apply ing of our Dandruff Killer does the. work. Put up in one size botles only. The Silent Barber Shop Pacheco & Fernandez, Proprietors, Arlington. Bloek, Hotel Street.