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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, OCTOBER 4, 1898'.
H. Hackfeld & Co. HCPOIITKUS ANI WIIOI.K9.YI.Hns -OF- ry Goods, Such as Prints, Ginghams, Cottons, Sheetings. Denims, Ticking, Re gattas, Drills, Mosquito Net ting, Curtains, Lawns. ;IP IJUME j SO (Ol'NSKI.S Tlltt ARCHBISHOP DORSAL. DRESS GOODS, ZEPHYRS. ETC. In the Latest Styles. TAILOR'S GOODS. IN FULL ASSORTMENT. Silcalas, Sleovo Linings, Still Linen, Ital i&a Cloth, Moleskins, Meltons, Serge, Kammgarns, Etc. Clotliinn, Underwear, Shawls, RUnkets, Quilts, Towels, Table Cov ers, Napkins, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Hosiery, Hats, Utn Jjrellas.Rugsund Carpets, Ribbons, Laces and Embroidories, Cut lery, Perfum ery, Soaps Etc. A. LARGE VARIETY OF SADDLE?, Vienna and Iron Garden Furniture, Rechsteiu it -eller Pianos, Iron Bedsteads. Etc., Etc., Etc. Jijuorican and European Grocers, Liii ors, Beers and Mineral Waters, Oils and Paints Zinc, Lead, Plain Galvanized Iron. Railroad Iron, etc. Hawaiian Sugar and Rice; Golden Gate Diamond, Sperry's, Merchant's a Eldorado Flour, Salmon, Corned Beef, etc., .3?or sale on the most liberal .terms and at the lowest prices by H. HACOELD & CO. (LIMITED.) ! i ju I he railing Leaves w (live Wnrnlnn of Winter I So the falling of tho hair tells of the approach of ago and declin ing power. No matter how barren tho treo nor how leafless it ma seem, you confidently expect leaves again. And why Because there is Life at the Roots. So yon need not worry nbout tho falling of your hair, the threatened de parture of your youth and beauty. And why! Because if there is a spark of lifo re maining in tho roots of tho hair Ayer's Hair Vigor will arouse it into healthy activity. The hair ceases to come out : it begins to grow : and the glory of youth is restored to you. rrc11.1rc1H1yDr.J C AycrA Co..I.ocll,Man.,r.s.A BiiLLisa urn co.. WHOLESALE AGENTS. ' If Spanish Rule Itomnlits it Would Mean a Long War The Filipinos Incapable of Self Government, THE Popular Beer (LIMITED.) Merchants and Gom-' 1 mission Agents. "Beg to call the attention of the trade to their complete Hue of I. ardware i Crockery Saddlery He, PEACOCK & CO. (LIMITED.) rants and Oils leneral Plantation Q mm li do jo. A fine assortment of Kitchen Furnishings. fray Agate fare a Kaahumanu Street. (Ha wan an Electric Company. The cleanest, brightest latest and really, Co e long run, the cheapest and best light tor ise in the family residence, is tho incan descent electrlo light. Safe; nothing could ba safer. A few days ago a prominent gen tleman of Honolulu oamo rushing down to 4ke ofitce of the Electric Company and said: Glve me figures for wiring ray house, and I orant It lone at once: no more lamps for me. Knjit night a lamp tlpyed over and it came near setting fire to the house and burning iot children and I take no more risks." This is tho sentiment of quite a number in tiho past few week, who have ordered their bouses flttad with the perfect light. JTuit think it over and make up your mind tffctt you want tho best and safest light; send Cor the Hawaiian Electric Company and tell tAeni what you wau;. Wft have a complete stock of everything in ttfala lino anil have just received a lot of the Try latest designs in chandeliers OHTA & CO., Contractors, Builders and House Painters. ,CltyM Maunakea St., Honolulu, H. L GIVE US A CALL. CHAS. HTJSTACE, 212 King Strbbt. Tel. 119 Between Fort and Alakca Sts. DEALER IN Groceries and Provisions. Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter always on hand. Fresh Goods received by every Steatite from San Francisco lSf MATrHVAOTION Ou AHA.NTKBD tW If you want your Carriage or Phaeton Repaired or Trimmed, call on J. L. DUSHALISKY, 40G Alakca Street, between King and Merchant Streets. K. SAKAMOTO, Clotbes Dyed in all Colors Desired. ALSO CLEANED AND REPAIRED. 315 Maunakea Street, near Beretnnia Street, Honolulu. MANILA, September IS. In an in terview with him by the correspond ent of the Associated Press Archbish op Dosal, of the Philippine Islands, said: "I earnestly hope that the Islands will not remain Spanish, because the rebels are now so strong that such a course would inevitably cause appall ing bloodshed. The reconquest of the natives is impossible until after years of the most cruel warfare." lie also expressed the hope that the islands would not become absolutely Independent, because it was certain that dissensions would occur, which would result in incessant strife nnd a lapse into barbarism and the natural indolence of the tropical rate. The only hope, the archbishop declared, was that n strong western power would intervene now. Delay was dan gerous, because the people are intox icated, vainglorious and restless. lie said it wns' undeniable thnt the religious orders must go, because the whole people had determined to abol ish them, now that they were able to render their retention impossible. lie laid the chief blame upon the Do. minicau, Augustine nnd Franciscan ecclesiastics, the richest orders, nnd next upon the Benedictines and Cupu citis, which are of less importance. The Jesuits, Archbishop Dorsal says, are comparatively blameless, lie ad ded that the rival orders quarrel among themselves, intrigue, act un worthily and slander their opponents, thus Increasing their general disfavor. Tlie Provincials who are approximate ly equivalent to archdeacons, are mainly responsible. They are utter ly beyond the control of the archbish op, who denies possessing much pow er here. The total number of Spanish priests in the Philippines before the war .as about 1,000, but lately every departing steamer bus tiiken fifrv nr n Immli-.xl of them away, and now barely firt,- remain. SeV(M':ll rosiinilKibln Snmiinrdt- nwaitr- cd the correspondent that they would refuse to remain here, if Spaiu were reinstated m tlie control of tlie Is lands. MnilV of tlie Slllllllsll snllllnrc: refuse to serve ngain, nnd Spanish of ficers are utterly disgusted with tho rottenness nf KiminVs tmvirnnirnf nnl prefer to become American citizens. The annexationists have a majority 111 11 111 me national assembly, nut the discussion of the subject has not been iinisiieti. 750400 1150 -PAIR OF- White Duel Trousers Fon 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. KEEP THE PHILIPPINES. London, September 10. The Daily Mail's Madrid correspondent says a long conference was held between Se- nor Sagasta and Senor Montcro Jtios, tlie president of the Spanish peace commission today, which resulted in tlie ileeision that the peace commis sion shall strenuously defend the re tention ol tlie rinlniMiie Islands bv Spain. 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. Buyers 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. L. S. MATHEWS, Beretania and Fort Sts. A New Paint Shop. Having associated with us Mr; John H. 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 11s will give entire satis faction to our patrons. PEERLESS PRESERVING PAINT CO, WAR DEPARTMENT, U. S. A. PROPOSALS FOl! SUGAR. Depart ment of California. Oilice Chief and Purchasing Commissary, Honolulu, II. I.. Senteniber 2i 1S0S. Senlml ni-niin. als, in triplicate, will be received at mis ouice until 11 o'ciocK a. in., Octo ber (i, 18!)S, and then opened, for fur nishing ,'10,000 pounds, more or less,, of fsland S u car No. 1. reouired nt. this station by the Subsistence Depart ment, U. S. Army. Government re serves right to reject in whole or in part any or all bids. Instructions furnished on application nt this office. PHILIP. M. LYDIG. Captain and C. S., U. S. Volunteers, Chief and Pur chasing Commissary. Si eo if? W. A. HOW, TVXoi-olacvrvt Tailor. Clothlnff. etc.. made in nrrler. All Suits guaranteed to fit in the latest siyie. . y Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing. SUMMER SUITS A SPECIALTY. Nuuanu Street, near Hotel. Opposite emu lip a Co. You'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 we 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. 't'',,r STERLING, PATK Office, Union Square, opp. Bell Tower. Hew House ftriiisliii Store. SING GHAM CO. Timvnro, Glnsswuro, Cliinaware, Hardware, Stoves and House Furnishing Goods of all kinds. We are prepared to do First Class PlunilJlug and TmsmitMng. 100 KING ST., NEAR MAUNAKEA. Tele. 045. P. O. Box 222. iore you To ride Columblas and Ramblers that is, if you want to ride tho best made and easiest riding wheel on earth. It only costs you $55 and $C0 for Ramblers, and $35 for Columbias, nnd the terms are so easy if you want to buy on time that you can all afford to ride. Repair Slxoj? Ours is tho most complete in town and is in charge of Mr. J. W. Harvey, who was employed in the Columbia shops many years before ho came here. Fine en amelling a specialty. For bicycle sundries of all sorts, call on E. O. HALL &, SON (Limited.) Corner Fort nnd King Sts. THB "MONITOR" mS Plombnig, Tm, Copper and Sheet Iron Work DIMOND BLOCK 75-70 KING STREET. KWONG VIE FAT & CO., King Street, Near Bridge Street, Honolulu, H. I. Gonfractors 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. Tele. 997. P. O. Box 990. SHETT XUN, . Clothing, etc., made to Order. All Suits Guaranteed to Fit in the Latept Style. Summer Suits a Specialty. No. 305 Nuuanu Street, next to Ex change Saloon. P. O. Box 270. DEWEY'S ' FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT. Corner of Fort and Beretania Streets. Ice Cream, Cold Drinks, California Fruits and Groceries. look nop & CO. These Lois For Sale on Easy Payments ! EXCELLENT YIEW OF OCEAN AND VALLEY! (fee simple) CLIMATE UNSURPASSED! 1 w a a a f, l i ' ; a " r. 100 12 " ''- 100V - ..,r?"ryi . -13 100 , 14 t - 10 10O 1G "Shi 17 100 18 100 19. , 100 , 20 101 1 100 100 . , STREET 50 FEET WIDE; v . J ' 3 ' 100 100 92H 1 G ma 100 100 9' 100 10 100 I O w ! H to IANOA AVENUE PUNAHOU SOHOOIi PKOPEUTY Apply to J. H. SCHNACK or F. L.; DORTCH COOPER ASTOE HOUSE RESTAURANT COR. HOTEL -AND UNION STS. AH CHUCK, Proprietor. Tables nlways supplied with tho best tin t tho market aftonls. Private Room for Ladies. Meals 25c. Merchant Tailor, Suits to order. Fit guaranteed. Fine Duck Suits $5 up; Fine Tweed Pants $1.50 up; Fine Suits $1S up. Clothes Cleaned and Repaired. 119 KING ST. P. O. Box 144. HA Green Tea, Paper Lantern with Flags, ALSO CANDLES ON HAND. S. KOJIMA NO. 0 HOTEL STREET, HONOLULU. Tel. 574. P. O. Box 255. KWONG YEE WO. Groceries, Island Butter, Pure Kon Coffee, Cigars and Tobacco. Fresh Fruit by Every Steamer. Also Contractor for Labor. COR. KINO AND ALAKEA STREETS. Sang Chan, . Merchant Tailor, Suits Made to Order in tho Latest Stylo. A Perfect Fit Gunrnnteed. Clothing, etc., made to Order. Light ' Suts and Linen Suits made to order. NO. 04 HOTEL STREET. P. O. Box 203. Telephone 043. C. F00K W0. Groceries, Koua Coffee, Island Butter, Cold Drinks, Cigars and Tobacco. New Goods by Every Steamer. 432 Nuuanu and Vineyard Street. Honolulu, H. I.