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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, OCTOBER 12, 1898.
5 OUR INCREASING BUSINESS Is a Sure Sign that Our Goods and Prices are Absolutely Right. BY AUTHORITY IRRIGATION NOTICE. We Carry the Largest Stock of Dry Goods in the City At the Widest Range of Prices. If vou want CALICOS we have them from 3 l-2c to 20c per yard. if i si tivtstt a "nrn .... i .... 11 f i rr t ' Sv it you warn vjmjln uxLa.iu.o we nave mem irom ou iu 5uu pur ya,ru. If you want PRINTED LAWNS we have them from 6 l-2c to 20c Y J per yard. If you want All Wool CHALLIES we have them from 20c to 50c per yard. If you want All Wool SERGES we have them from 50c to $2 per yard. If you want CURTAIN MUSLINS we have them from 6c to 60c per yard. If you want LACE CURTAINS we hove them from $1 to $80 per pair. If you want BLEACHED SHEETINGS we have them from 17 l-8c to 30c per yard. If you want BED SPREAD S we have them from 50c to $5 each. Holders of write privileges, or those paying wntcr rates, nre hereby notl- flneil that the hours for irrigation pur poses nre from 0 to 8 o'clock n. m., anil from 4 to 0 o'clock p. m. II. Holders of Water privileges on the slopes of l'tinchbowl nbove Green street, nnd in Xuunnu Valley nbove School street, arc hereby notified that they will not be restricted to the Irri gation hours of C to 8 n. in., and 4 to p. in., but will be allowed to irri gate whenever sufllcient water Is available, provided that they do not use the water for irrigation purposes for more than four hours in every twenty-four. ANDREW BROWN, Superintendent of the Honolulu Water Works. Approved: J. A. KING, Minister of Interior. Honolulu, H. I., Sept. 7, 1808. Our Store is modern. Our Prices are Up To Date. N. S. SACHS' DRY GOODS COMPANY, LT THE IEOJPXvI' PROVIDERS. HONOLULU, 0AHU. HILO, HAWAII. JE5:tna.oo 'VV' soring Dealers in Lands. Co. Investment 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 PUNAHOU. Large grounds, convenient to Tram Cars. 1 LOTS AND HOUSES at "Buena Vista," Nuuanu Valley. BUSINESS PROPERTIES Centrally Located. Lots on Makikl Street. 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 Tuna, Villa Franca and Reed's Island, -Hilo.- LOANS NEGOTIATED. Insurance Written on Residence and Mercantile Risks. We invite inspection of properties. Bruce Waring Sc. Co. Ollices 7 and 8, Progress Block. Upholstering and Mattress Making. Old Furniture Re-upholstered and made as Good its New. You may' have old furniture that you consider is not worth repairing. Send for us and we will let you know the cost, and you will be surprised how low we will do it. About one-third of a person's time is spent In bed. Then why not have a Good Mattress? It is one of the best comforts of life. Our Matting Lounges are just the thing for this climate and they are cheap. Box Couches for Ladles Dresses made any size at very low prices. Office Desks, Billiard and Pool Tables, recovered. We do our own work and all work will be promptly attended to at reasonable charges. COYHE 3a MEHRTEN. lPx-GLOtiocil Upliolsterrs. , Masonic Temple, Alakea Street. Telephone 928. Grand Fall Opening:. You are most respectfully invited to attend my opening of French Hats and Novelties; also my display of Parisian Dress Making. ( . . Yours for Jashion, Miss M. E. Killean, 1 ?w i- Arlington 'Block, Hotel Street. October 3, 4, b, and folloioing Days. For the ' Toilet, For the Handkerchief Without Rival Maic Cologne. Your Gifts Are not Complete Without A Bottle. . Si II 1 1. Port Street. Honolulu. FOREIGNERS ATTACKED MORS. 11V THE Warships of All Nations Ordered to Chinese Waters Dewey Sends the Baltimore and Petrel. Facts About Health It is Easy to Keep Well If W Know How Down Again in prices Is the market for flour and feed, and we follow it closely. 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. I CARRY ONLY THE BEST, When you want the Best Hay, Feed or Grain, at the Hight Prices, order from LONDON, October 4. The Veklng correspondent of the Dally Chronicle says: A mob is menacing the foreign ers. The wife of the Italian minister wiih attacked yesterday on her way to church and seernl Americans coin ing from tlie railway were wounded with stones. The foreign ministers have scut a collective note to tlie gov ernment, asking -for the suppression of these outrages ami tlie punish ment of the culprits. The German warship at Kiaoehau lias started hurriedly for Taku. Marquis Ito, who is visiting China for the purpose of arranging an of fensive and defensive alliance between Chuina and Japan, has left Tien-tslu for Shanghai, owing to the Impossi bility ot prosecuting negotiations dur ing the crisis. The foreign ministers, it Is stated, forbade any foreign residents going to Peking, it Is expected in Shang hai that the crisis will result in the joint occupation of Peking by the powers. The Tsung-li Vnmen lias de manded thnt Sir Claude Macdonahl shall surrender Kang Yuwei. Yaman-tsu, leader of the rebellion in Sze Chueli province, has issued n proclamation ordering the extermina tion of all foreigners. WASHINGTON', October :t. The de partment of state has received the following from Minister Conger at Pe king: "There is no serious danger yet but considerable anxiety for tlie fu ture. The foreign fleet is nssenibllng at Tien-tsin. Some of the ministers are ordering marines to Peking for le gation guards." Orders have been sent to Admiral Dewey to send the Baltimore and the Petrel immediately to Tien-tsln, China to protect Americnns. PEKING, October 2. During the celebration yesterday of the festival of the moon the drunken crowds. which hud gathered upon tlie streets. threw mud upon all Europeans who made their appearance. As n precau tionary measure tlie Russian legation ordered an escort of Cossneks from Port Arthur. The Britisli minister also ordered here a truard of twenty five marines from Wei-hai-wei. Somo of tho Conditions Nocossarj to Porfoct Hoalth. Tho importanco of maintaining gooil health Is easily understood, nnd It Is really a slmplo matter if wo take a correct view ot tho conditions required. In perfect health tho stomach promptly digests food nnd thus prepares nourishment. Tti blood Is employed to enrry this nouri.iiS mcnt to tho organs, nerves, muscles nnur Hbsucs which need it. The tlrst great essential for good henlth, therefore, il puro, rich blood. Now It is certainly a fact that no medicine has such A Record of Cures as Hood's Sarsapnrllla. It Is literally truo thnt there nro hundreds of pcoplo alive nnd well today who would havo been In their graves had they not taken Hood's Sarsaparllla. It Is depended upon as a family medicine and general regulator ol tho Bystem by tens of thousands of people. This Is because Hood's Sarsaparilln makes tho blood pure. This is the Bccrct of Its great success. Keep your system In good health by keeping your blood puro with. Hood's Sarsnpnrilla, which absolutely cures when other medicines fall. " I had pimples on my faco nnd a largo boll on one hand. I began taking Hood's Sarsaparllla and after using three bottles I was cured." J. W. Johnson, 3 South Broderick St., San Francisco, Cal. 1 - Sarsn- parilla Istlie best-In fact tho One True niooil Purifier Sold by druggists. 1 ; six fur ?5. HnnrP; Pi1l curo ''lvcr "1st easy to nuuu a i-uis take, easy to ope rate. ;UW llobron Drug Compnnj WHOLESALE AGENTS. Hood's CALIFORNIA FEED Telephone 121. CO. BISHOP & CO. Savings Bank On October 1st, 1808, and continuing until further notice, Savings Deposits will be received and interest allowed by this Bank at four nnd one-half per cent per annum. The terms, rules and regulations of the Hawaiian I'ostnl Savings Bank will be adopted as far as it is practicable to apply them, and the Cash Reserve of $50,000 as required under the Postal Act will be maintained. Printed copies of the Rules and Reg ulations may be obtained on the 1st of October on application. BISHOP & CO. Honolulu, September 7, 1898. x Ex Schooner Transit. We have received a new line of GUITARS and MANDOLINS. You can now have your choice of a large assortment. Piano Tuning. Expert Tiolin Repairing FOR SALE: A' Large Two-Manual Iteetl Organ At an extremely reasonable price. Bergsfrom Music Go. PROGRESS BLOCK. Telephone 321. The best at the lowest price at HOPP'S. Many Customers Hoving asked us why we have not advertised any more of the elegant, large Veranda Willow Rockers. Wo will answer them nil here by saying that it has been utterly impossible for us to secure a single one of them for, a whole month but now wo have a few more. These arc just like the others large, roomy, comfortable seats. An Old Parlor Suit can be given new life under our hands. Let us reupholster any Fur niture of yours that needs It. HOPP & CO., Leading Furniture Dealers. KING AND BETHEL STREETS. I 3 i. am ii CHAPLAIN OK THE OREGON'S OWX STOKY. Was Suffering Kroin Nervous Prostra tion When He Made His Sensational Charges. Against the Navy. DHNVEI5, October At today's session of the court martial trial of Itev. Joseph P. .Mclntyre of the battle ship Oregon for sensational charges against brother ollieers of the navy made in a lecture, delivered in Denver ou August Hth, the chaplain went on the stand in his own defense. His tes timony Is Intended to establish a pica of irresponsibility for his utter ances on the occasion, lie made lio denial of the reports, saying that he could not remember the words. He only knew what he intended to say. After briefly relating the story of his trip to Deliver, he told how, after repeated nrgings, he consented to de liver the lecture of August 8th to aid the Young Men's Christian Associa tion. The work of preparation for the lecture so irritated his perves that on the afternoon of August 8th he was on the verge of nervous collapse. To sustain him he took quinine and brandy, being actuated by n feeling of falling strength. He was detained for nearly an hour after arriving nt the church before beginning tlie lect ure, nnd when lie began his head was in n whirl. Witness testified that he had clenr, ideas of what lie intended to say, but could not be certain what he did actually say. "I cannot find words to tell the hor ror with which T read the report of my lecture," said Chaplain McTntyre, in renly to a question. "Statements contained in thnt article poult not have been further from my thoughts." Ol'EN CONQUERED PORTS. Illinois Manufacturers Kavor Terri torial Expansion. W W W W W W - GET IT AT WATERIIOUSE'S. A DISSATISFIED i CUSTOMER I like a microbe in a milk pail can do lots of harm. Dissatisfaction isn't a part nor is it compatible with modern . business methods. A single 1 purchaser leaving the store displeased with what she has I bought can do more harm than a column advertisement can do . good. Tin re should be a co , operative rather than a hostile feeling between the buyer and I the seller. We like to consider 5 each individual of our clien ts tele a friend and are always striving by every means with- ' r, in our power to broaden that : 3 r 3T impression. f THE HUT FOR PIE FOOD. 5s The fight for pure food has our heartiest indorsement. Ihere is much truth in the C proverb that ' What a man eats ' that he is " Dyspepsia and half the ills of life are the re- I suits of impure and improper tj ly cooked food. So great has fs the evil of adulteration become I that buyer and consumer have joined hands to combat it. We r" are glad of it! Weareexceed- I ly careful about what we ad 5s tnit to this stock. We will never sacrifice our high stand ard of quality in order to name "T a low price. L 3 -3 3 3 I 3 J. I. WAVERLEY BLOCK, BETHEL, ST. CHICAGO, September 30. The Illi nois Manufacturers' Association at a meeting held at the Union League Club, adopted unanimously resolutions that the ports of all territory former ly Spanish, but now in tlie, possession of the United States, be permanently opened to the freest possible entry o'f all products of American industry. The resolutions were adopted after notable men In the business world had discussed the subject exhaustively, AT WORK ON THE VISCAYA. SANTIAGO DE CUBA, October 3. Lieutenant Hobson hns arrived hero on u visit. He changed his program and worked for nn entire week on the Vizeaya in recovering her guns. To morrow divers will make a final ex amination of tho Vizcaya's bottom, In the hope that there is a bare possi bility of raising tlie ship. MISS GOULD. Miss Helen Gould hns given $5,000 to endow a free bed in perpetuity in tho Manhattan Eye and Ear Hospital, New York, after careful inquiry into the aims and methods of the hospl 'tul. Other beds were endowed by Ed ward Dennlson Morgan, Mrs. William Astor, John Sinclair, John T. Terry, W. Y. Mortimer ami Mrs. Charles E. Rhlnelander. Tlie hospital receives no private subscriptions. The board of directors and the entire surgical staff give their services gratuitously. 3 I 3 GROCERIES, HARDWARE CROCKERY, AV ESTABLISHED IN 1851. LEADERS IN 1898. M Ai AY AV Ai M A dry scalp causes dandruff dan druff causes the clothing to becoma soiled. A minute or two each morn ing and evening devoted to tho apply log of our Dandruff Killer doa the work. Put up In one size botles only. The Silent Barber Shop Facheco & Fernandez, Proprietors. Arlington Block, Hotel Street. i.'.tWM Jit. - A. 1- t .4'