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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, OCTOBER 12, 1S98.
Flag Haiiercliiefs ana Lanterns WITH AMERICAN ANT HAWAIIAN FLAGS. WITH AMERICAN ANJ HAWAIIAN FLAGS. School! School! School Boys! School Girls! Attention All! STOP AT THE GOLDEN -:- RULE BAZAAR FOR School Tablets, School Slates, School Pencils, School Pens, School Inks, School Composition Books, School Exercise Rooks, School Copy Books, School Crayons, School Lunch Boxes, School Bags, School Straps, A LARGE STOCK ON HAND TO SELECT FROM. TO BE SOLD AT LOW PRICES. S. OZAKI f averley Block, Hotel St. Japanese Provisions AND DRY GOODS. HIROSE SHOTEN NO. 34 BERETANIA STREET. Telephone 502. P. 0. Box 2M T. HAMASAKI, DYEING, All Kinds of Clothes CLEANED AND REPAIRED. HOTEL ST., HONOLULU, H. I. A FINE ASSORTMENT OF Dress : ! Chinese and Japanese Teas, Matting Vases, Trunks, Chairs, Etc. WING WO TAI & COMPANY 214 Nuuanu Street, Honolulu The Muisu Go. Ewa SI e of King Street Bridge, Honolulu, H. I. Importers and Dealers in Japanese Provisions AND DRY GOODS. P. 0. BOX, 192. Japanese Novelties. Just arrived by the S. S. Braemer and Rio de Janeno, a new line of Silk and Cotton Kimonos. Also a fine assortment of Bamboo Blinds. Murata & Go Hotel, corner of Nuuanu street. Branch. Hat Store 8' Mil 11 an 11 Qfupof Telephone, 938. P. 0. Box, 200 -TS.V, Manila Cigars JUST ARRIVED A FINE LOT OP FRENCH G. T. D. PIPES. LA INSULAR, FLOR DE LA ISABELA, PERLA DE ORIENTE, AND BEST BRANDS OF TEA in Tins or in Packages, for sale by LEE TOM A & CO. Corner of Nuuanu and Merchant Street, Honolulu, H. I. Just received a big invoice ot Mexi can cigars. Why Hot Red, White and Blue Pencils! Lowest Prices Always 310 FORT STREET. HONOLULU. A REFRESHING BEVERAGE. EE Delivered to Families at $1.00 per dozen quarts. Depot 53G Queen Street, Branch 311 Hotel Street. Spend a few dollars to make your homo rooms attractive nnd pleasant. Tho comforts of life arc after all-only the comforts of the home. ,, Decorate A room with bright, clean, ' wall paper, and it seems to ' improve every article of fur niture in the room. Fine WaBB Papers. 111 M ATA A FA AND 111S CO-EXILES ARE AT APIA. A CMTIQALTUHE During1 the Battle of Santiago. After Six Years of Banishment to Marshall Inlands the Captive Samo tuts are Allowed to Visit Home. SICK OK WELL, A RUSH NIGHT AND DAY. LEAVERS & COOKE. .1 1. 1 ! T. KEYEN, Manager. Telephone No. 888. I. 6. IRWIN & CO., (Limited.) Agents for Western Sugar Refining Co. of San Francisco, Cal. Baldwin Locomotive Works of Philadelphia, Penn., U.S.A. Sewell Universal Mill Co., (National Cane Shredder) New York. U.S.A. S. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertilizers Alex. Cross & Son's High Grade Fertilizers for Cane and Coffee. Reeds Steam-Pipe-Cars. Also Offer for Sale Paraflne Paint Co.'s P. & B. Paints and Papers. Lucol and Linseed Oil Kuw and Boiled, tndurine (a cold water paint) in "White and Colors Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Limes and Bricks, Prang's Water- Color Paints For sale by Mataafa and the other chiefs who were exiled with him, in ls'JJ, to the .Marshall Islands, arrived at Apia 011 September 2ith, says the bainoan Times. While there one of tliem, Mil. lipola, had died and his remains were brought back. During their stay one of the chiefs met the fate of most men by getting married to a fair damsel of Jalult, and succeeded in ad ding to the population of Samoa a half easte child which arrived at the same time. Before leaving Samoa the captain of the Rusard took on board a quan tity of kava anil taro whlcli was most acceptable to the exiles. Whatever their mental troubles may have been they returned in the best of health from a physical point of view, prov ing that the treatment accorded to them while In exile had not been very harsh. wnu nnf nr.'illv tn bn ivnintn1 111.. , return was made the occasion for sev- eral demonstrations. At noon on Sep I tember 17th the consular board, with I the treaty oflleials, eommniiders nnd 1 olllcers of the warships in the hnrbor, I and manv other Europeans, assembl ed at. Mulinmi. The scene was at sev eral times most affecting. As a matter of course there were many Samoans present, since then there have been several "Taalolos," which will be con tinued for several days. At the meeting on September 17th Imperial German Consul Rose, the se nior member of the consular board, made an address to the chiefs. WILDER COMPANY Established in 1872. Estate S, G, Wilder W, C, Wilder Importers And Dealers In LUMBER AND COAL Building Materials SUCH AS DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, Builders' Hardware Paints,. Oils, Gins?, Wall Paper, Etc. Cor. Fort and Queen Streets Honolulu H. I. THE GLUB STABLES, ll Fort Street, near Hotel. Tel. 477. Livory Hoarding and Sales Stables. Prompt Service. Stylish Turnouts. Safe Drivers. We nre especially equipped to cater to your trade. Fair dealing and good service is what we depend upon to get it. Hack stand Bell Tower, Union street. Telephone No. 319. Uncles Nos. 02, 05, 81, 125, and 160. C. II. BELLINA, Manager. The Villa NEW COTTAGES WITII THE LATEST IMPROVEMENTS. SPLENDIDLY LOCATED. ROOMS BY THE DAY, WEEK OR MONTH. PRICES REASONABLE, MRS, F. C. BETTERS, 731 FORT STREET. I LIMITED At from Teti to Forty Cents per Box. Also blocks of the ordinary and Water-Color Drawing Paper For School use. Who Does Your Plumbing ? WOLFF'S "NEW MODEL" ENAML ED IRON BATHS. We are prepared to do all hinds of plumbing and Sanitary Work, on the shortest notice, anu reasonable terms GEHRIKG & BUTZKE, WARING BLK., BERETANIA ST. Telephone 735. KOBT. LEWKS. C. M, COOKS. F. J. LOW1I1 LEWERS & COOKE. Lumber and Builders' Hardware DOORS, SASH. BLINDS, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, WALL PAPER, MATTING, CORRUGATED IRON, LIME, CEMENT, ETC. JIMMY SMART. Jimmy Smart, the young stowawnv who came down on the City of Colum bia, is locked up again. Turnkey Me- lantny took- pity on linn about ten days ago and took him to ills house. Tie stayed about three days, when he disappeared.' The police found him last, night aiftl gathered him in. He will be returned on the steamer lie came on. A PLEASING PROGRAM. rilE PACKERS AT THE BATTLE OP SANTIAGO DE CUBA WERE ALL HEROES THEIR HEROIC EFFORTS IX GETTING AMMUNI TION AND RATIONS TO THE FRONT SAVED THE DAY. P. E. Butler, of pack train No. 3, writing from Santiago de Cuba, on July aiird, says: "We all had diar rhoea in more or less violent form, and when we landed we had no time to see a doctor, for it was n case of rush, and rush night and day to kejp the troops supplied with ammunition and rations, but thanks to Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, we were able to keep at work nnd keen our health; in fact, I sin ecrelv believe that at due critical time tills medicine was the indirect savior of our army, for If the packers had -been nimble to work there would have been no way of getting supplies to the front. There were no roads that a wagon train could use. My comrades and myself hnd the good fortune to lay in a supply of tills medicine for our pack train before we left Tampa, and I know in four cases It absolutc- lv saved life." Tlie above letter was written to the manufacturers of tills medicine, the Chnmberlnin Medicine Co.. Des 'Moines Town. For sale by all druggists and dealers. Benson. Smith it Co., whole sale agents for Hawaiian Islands. fflJHHE 8GBD0L FOR Ml SAN RAFAEL, CALIFORNIA One hour from Snn Francisco. Prepar ation for the Universities. Classes tor little Boys. Comforts nnd itillucnceo of n Christian Home. Skilled Teach ers. Unequalled Table. Separate Bed rooms. Best equipped Gymnasium in the State. Campus and Tennis Courts, etc. Illustrntcd catalogues may bo obtained from J. B. ATHERTON, ot the firm of Castle & Cooke, Ltd., t whom by kind permission reference? may be made. Mt'ilu,. .,ti1 ri,, innf If vmt nr.. utffin. Heal as to its quality and goodness. The whiteness, lightness and dcll elousiiess of that one loaf will prove to you that our bread equals any that can lie made at home and costs less. V. ciiiiil If fi'i.ali nt nn limn. Drop postal or 'phone. German JBcilcei'y. 833 FORT STREET. Telephone 077. Given at the V. M. C. A. Quarterly Meeting. The quarterly meeting of the Y. M. C. A. Monday evening was thorough ly interesting. On the program were several numbers of worth.. Dr. Orniic Wall In his violin solo accompanied on the piano by Mjss Aliie Wall was particularly satisfying. Sydney H. Morse, as usual, sang well. The man dolin solo by Mr. Frazier, was pleas ing. Rev. William M. Klneaid's address, "The Value of n Young Man to So ciety," was inspiring to right ambi tion and hopefulness. The financial statement showed re ceipts, ineitding a loan of $205 from the educational fund of $1,252.81; and disbursements of $1,230.50. Reports of various branches of the work were made by President Wee don, Secretary Coleman, Philip H. Dodge and A. W. Pearson. OAHIT ASSESSMENTS. Holders of Oahu stock have been notified that the ninth and last as-s-essnient of 15 per cent on the old value of stock is due and payable on the 2Sth inst. The first assessment of 20 per cent on the new issue will be payable, on November 15th. THE NEW CLERK. James N. K. Keola, the newly ap pointed clerk of the Maui circuit court left for Wailuku last evening. He spent most of yesterday in gaining information as to his duties from the chief justice and the clerk of the ju diciary. He is to take charge of his new ptllce on the 15th. Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton, and Pork ALWAYS ON HAND. Sausages, Liver, Head Cheese, nnd Breakfast Ilolognc. CENTRAL MARKET, 214 Nuuanu St Tele. 104 gBfir Choice Eggs FOR HATCHING, From the following PURE-BRED Fowls of the choicest strains, at my Punahou Poultry Yards, viz: Buff Leghorns, Brown Leghorns, Whtte Leghorns, Black Minorcas, Andalusl an, Barred Plymouth Rocks, Wyan dottcs and English S. G. Dorkings, Perkin Ducks and Bronze Turkeya. Prices furnished upon application. Favors from the other Islands will re ceive prompt and careful attention. A few choice Fowls for sale. WALTER C. WEEDON, New Progress Block, Honolulu. ISA I'll) TRANSIT SURVEYS. Surveys on the Hotel and Young street line of the Rapid 1 ransit rail way are finished, as well as the Hotel Alapal, Lunalilo, Pensacola and Wil der avenue route to l'unalioii. The survey of the beach road from Queen street to the park is practically com pleted, but whether the road will go around the park or out the Knpahu- lu road seems to be undecided. The Kapahulu road is only nbout thirty feet wide in places and the Rapid Transit people want to see it sixty feet wide before deciding on their plans. T1IERE HAVE BEEN OTHERS. Mrs, Curzon is by no means the on ly American lady to whom has fallen the honor of being the wife of the viceroy of India. The Marquis of Wellesley was the most celebrated of all the British rulers of India, and his wife was one of the beautiful Catons, of Philadelphia. Sho was a grand daughter of Charles Carrol, of Car rolton, u signer of the Declaration of Independence, and the brother of the Duke of Wellington was her second husband. Her beauty wns world fam ed. One of her sisters, equally lovely, married the seventh Duke of Leeds, and another the seventh Earl of Stafford. The finest of sparkling mineral wa ters. New consignment per S. S. Cop tic. Send orders early to GEO. R. CARTER, Agent for E. R. Adams. Telephone 184. TEE HOP SING Groceries. Island Butter, Pure Konn Coffee Cigars mil) Tobacco. Fresh Fruit by Every Steamer. King Street near Alakea. Metropolitan Meat Co. 81 KING STREET. & Retail Butchers. AND NAVY CONTRACTORS; G. ,T. WALLER, Managers LANDS For Sale. 1st. 18 Lots at Kalihi, opposite H. C. .Meyers premises. 2nd. 4 Lots at Kalihi, next to Hon D. II. Knhaulcho s new castle. 3rd. 4 Lots at Kalihi, next to Mrs. Cockett s premises. 4th. 12 Lots at Kalihi, facing Kame. hnmeha IV Road, and in front ot G Markham s residence. 5th. One Lot 90x200 feet mauka of tlic Catholic Church premises at Knlilu. ' 0th. 10 Lots at Kapalama, lying nuiuka of King street, about 300 feet from the Kapalama Tramways depot. 7th. 5 Lots and Houses at Kapalama, situated mauka of King street, nnd on the Waikiki side of the MorrU Estate's premises. Sth. A Lot of nbout half an acre mauka side of King street, about 400 feet from the corner of Llllha and King streets. The premises produces an income of $028 per an num; will sell for $5,500. 0th. 25 Lots 50100 feet in Puuuui Tract. 25 Lots "5x150 in Puunui Tract. 25 Lots 100x200 in Puunui Tract. 10th. 0 Lots 100x200 on Nuuanu street, right opposite the old ice works. About .100 Lots 50x100 at Nuuanu at rear and mauka of the above six Lots. 11th. About TO Lots, in the Kekio Tract, situated opposite the Makee Island bund stand. It is admitted tbnt it is one of the best tracts near the Waikiki sea beach. 12th. About 300 Lots in the Kapahulu Tract. 13th. SOLD. 11th. About 1,000 ncres In Kealnko mo, Puna, Hawaii; the lands ex tends from the bencli to about two miles from the Volcano. 15th. CITY PROPERTIES, etc. Prices arc the cheapest in the market. For further particulars apply to H. MAY & CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS 98 PORT STREET, HONOLULU. Roth Telephones P. O. Box 47. W. C. ACHI & CO REAL ESTATE BROKERS. W. C. Achl, our manager, has had over 10 years experience in the Real Estate business in this city. Honolulu, July 19th, 1898. CONSOLIDATED SODA WATER WORKS COMPANY, LTD. Esplanade, corm r Allen and Fort streets. HOLUBTER A CO.. Apontn F. A. SETTERIN Photographer NUUANU STREET. Developing and Mounting for Am ateurs solicited. IWAMOTO, 215 King Street, Honolulu. Practical Wafchmakir, Etc. Complicated Watches, Clocks, MubIo Boxes, Etc Are the hardest of all to make welll until you become accustomed to the task. '.Mothers tell use we are af our -best when making photos of the little ones. Our quint, uniques poses faithful likenesses and dninty stylo of finishing the photos find favor in every mother's eyes. Preserve baby's pretty face in ono of Williams photos. PORT STREET, HONOLULU. S. E, LUCAS, fin- Ollice Love Building, Port Street. nrmni a ir UN III I Can Help Your Eye. BEAVER LUNCH ROOM. Port Street. Opposite Wilder & Co. If. .1. NOLTE, Prop'r. I'irst Clnss Lunches served with tea, coffee, 'soda water, ginger ale or milk. Smokers' Requisites a Specialty. J.R.SHAW, D. VS. I Onieo and Infirmary, 803 King Street.. Telephone, 790. Modern and Humane Treatment. A GOOD THING 4 U 2 C. Firewood, Goal, Sand. Ohla, Algaroba and Pino Pirewood, cut ami split ready for the stove; Stove, Steam and Blacksmith's Coal White and Black Sand at lowest prices delivered to any part of the City. Hustace & Co. QUEEN STREET. Telephone 411. Honolulu Iron Works. STEAM ENGINES, SUGAR MILLS, BOILERS, COOLERS, IRON, BRASS, AND LEAD CASTINGS. Machinery of Every Description mado to order. Particular attention paid to Ship's Blocksmithlng. Job Worfc executed on short notice. V Si si 'h 4 4 4