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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, OCTOBER 24, 1898.
OUR INCREASING BUSINESS Is a Sure Sign that Our Goods and Prices are Absolutely Right. Carry the Largest Stock of Dry Goods in the City At the Widest Range of Prices. if you want CALICOS we have them from 3 1-Sc to 20c per yard. If you want GINGHAMS we have them from 5c to 30c per yard. , If you want PRINTED LAWNS we have them from 6 l-2c to 20c per yard. If you want All "Wool CH ALLIES 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 i.,,,. pair. II I I Willi I I 1 J J I M M W M M m .MM M M M V J J fl I. 1 1 fl T. HIT. I I I .1 M M. i to 30c per yard. If you want BEDSPREADS we have them from 50c to $5 each. Down Again in prices is the market for flour nnd feed, anil we follow it closely. Send us your orders nnd they will be filled at the lowest market price. The matter of 5 or 10 cents upon n hundred pounds of feed should not concern you ns much as the quality, as poor feed is dear at any price. 1 CARRY ONLY THE BEST, When you want the Best Hay, Feed or Grain, at the Right Prices, order from Our Store is modern. Our Prices are Up To Date. N. S.S AGHS' DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD. HONOLULU, OAIIU. HILO, HAWAII. Dealers in Lands. 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 PUNA1I0U. Large grounds, convenient to Tram Cars. LOTS AND HOUSES ,at "Buena Vista," Nuuanu Valley. BUSINESS PROPERTIES Centrally Located. Lots on Mnlriki 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 Puna, Villa Franca and Reed's Island, Hilo. LOANS NEGOTIATED. Insurance Written on Residence and Mercantile Risks. We invite inspection of properties. Bruce Warine; c& ;Co. Unices 7 and 8, Progress Block. Upholstering and Mattress Making. Old Furniture Re-upholstered and made as Good as 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 cllmnte and they are cheap. Box Couches for Ladies Dresses made any size at very low prices. Office Desks, Billiard and Pool Tables, recovered. We do our own work and all vwork will be promptly attended to at reasonable charges. COYNE Sc MEHRTEK. 3Px?o.o1:ioo.l XJiolaolstex-er-ss. Masonic Temple, Alakea Street. Telephone 928. More Xill Groocl! By the Alameda I received another large and beautiful Hue of FALL HATS . TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED. More Trimmings, In the very latest designs and colors. DRESS MAKING. The Dress Making department is under the management of one of Sau Framciscd's best modistes. Arlington Block, Hotel St. '' MISS JtlXylE&AJSr. 1- V For the Toilet, For -x the Handkerchief Without Rival Maile Cologne. Your Gifts Are not Complete Without A Bottle. 11. 11 j en CALIFORNIA FEED Telephone 121. CO. J. jVI. W 13 13. 13 OF THE GOLDEN -:- RULE -- BAZAAR Has just received a full line of Paper, Envelopes and Tablets, with the Stars and Stripes on each sheet of Paper and each Envelope A new Novelty and vety cheap. A Special Tablet at a Special Price. For the Boys in Blue. Foreign Mull Tabids 25 per thnn 1 prices cent less than the regular 31C FORT STREET. HONOLULU. rx-essli Oooclas JPolite iVfctei-xtiorx !- i'OitiI: Delivery Moderate Prices Are the attractive features at Hutch lugs' Grocery, on Fort street, Small expense enables' nie to sell at a close margin of profit. J. HUTGNIftlGS, FORT STREET, HONOLULU. Telephone 33S. 1 O. Box -102 FIIEE DELIVERY. J 00 0(10 111 If IXCRHASU OF TWO-TllIItDS MORE IS EXPECTED. llig Improvements on the Kamuki Tract Another Well to be Sunk Large 1'umping Plant Ordered. The KaimuUi tract, which was re ently placed on the market by dear. Lansing & Co., will have an abundant water supply, There is one twclu- ncli well now tlowinir on the land at the rate of million and a half gallons every twenty-four hours; this flow will be increased two-thirds when the pumping plant Is erected. The own ers of the land arc not satisfied with this enormous water supply and have directed McCnndless J trot hers to sink another well, which will be done at once. .lames McCnudless, who is directing the boring, was a happy man on last rritlay. ills men Had heen at worlt about four weeks. The earth was drilled for a distance of about 23G feet and a good supply of water was found. Last Saturday the flow in creased. The water is as clear as crys tal and the quality is or the best. It is the intention of (icar. Lansing & Co. to place a pumping plant on their properly. J hey have asked for bids for the same and the contract will soon be awarded. The plant will be superior to the government s, now in use on Beretania street, and will have a capacity of three million gal lons a day. The water will be forced to a reservoir on the Wainlae side of the land in order to secure a good pressure. The Kaimuki tract is a splendid piece of residence luiui. It lies on n gentle slope and the view from eacli portion is delightful. It is bound to be popular as a residence portion or the city. In all SOU lots were survey ed; of tills number 250 have been dis posed of. Now that the land has been supplied with water, sales in this vi cinity ought to be of frequent occur- SCROFULA' It is Foul Blood's Advertise-" ment LATE LOCALS Judge Stanley and family, Lady Herron, Deputy .Marshal Hitchcock, .Mrs. E. G. Hitchcock, D. Howard Hitchcock and wife, E. 1. Dole and George I). Gear were among the pas sengers by the Kinau Siiturday night from Hawaii. Acknowledgement is made of the receipt of a pamphlet upon the sugar production of the Hawaiian Islands and Japanese Immigration from Un pen of M. Louis Vossion, Consul and Commissioner of the French govern ment to the Hawaiian islands. But It Is Soon Cured by Hood's Sarsnparilln. Yes, Scrofula, if anything, may bo callefl the advertisement ot foul blood. It is th Bcourgoof the world offensive, palnfulr debilitating, stubborn and well nigh unendurable. Outward applications do not cure, ltV only drive tho dilficulty to new quarter Emollient!) may palliate, they cannot abolish tho ovll. There is but one sum way out, and that is to eliminate thu taint from tho blood. There Is one remedy that can effect this, and it is tho only one that, so far as wo know, has almost invariably succeeded even whero tho system has been poisoned by long years of taint, and tho ravages to bo repaired aro tremendous. That remedy is Hood's Sarsaparilla. Read this: "My daughter was alUicted with im puro blood. Thero wcro running soreo all over her body and they caused hor much suffering. We tried medicines tha were recommended as blood purifiers, but could not see that they did any good. A friend told mo about Hood's Sarsapa rilla and I began giving tho girl this med icine. Tho result was that she was per fectly cured after taking a few bottles, Sho has had no symptoms of scrofula sores sinco that time." Maiuetta M. Smith, South Mlddlcboro, Mass. Sarsa parilla Hood's Is the best In facttlio One Truo Wood 1'urlncG. Insist upon Hood's; take no substitute. HnnrVa Dillc act harmoniously wtUr nOOU S fills Hood's Sarsanarilla. II0BR0N DRUG COMPANY WHOLESALE AGENTS. W W W W W W W " GET IT AT VATERHOUSE , ? In Time of Light Prepare For Darkness Fort Street. Honolulu. TUNING and REPAIRING D AI AND Oil! Is one of the most prominent featlirestof our business nnd one in which we are extreme ly careful to give entire satis fction. Our Mr. George Brand comes to ns with the reputation of being the best and most ex pert tuner and repairer on the Pacific Coast. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Bergsfrom Music Go. ' PROGRESS BLOCK. Telephone 321. For .1Inllie'.s' Furniture Store. A Goods must go at San Franaisco Prices. Sec our Low Prices and Save a lot oi money. Oak Roll Desk, only $23; Large Feath er Pillows, J0c each. Double Reds, $3.50; Double Wool Mattress, $3.50; Double Spring Wire Mattress, $3.50; llaby Carriages at prices to suit all b'uyers; Steamer Chairs, side arms, $1.75 to $3.50; Bedroom Sets in Ma ple or Oak, $20; Canvas Army Cots, $2.50; Single Wool Mattress to fit, $1.50; Fine Mirrors in oak or gilt, from 30c to $1.50. Large assortment of Gold Spectacles, best quality, $1.50; Dust Spectacles, blue or green, 35c. Hardware, Brushvynre, perfumery and Ynnkeo Notions at Bargain prices. Camp Stools, 50c; Tea Tables, 00c; Good Knives nnd Forks, 15c a pair; large pictures of Spanish warriors cheap. L. S. MATHEWS, Beretania and FortSts. TWO FUXEItALS. Tom Hnumm, the engineer killed in Friday night's electric wire accident, was buried from the Catholic chinch in the Catholic cemetery at 2 o'eUn-k yesterday afternoon. His entire com pany and a large number of men from both camps attended the ftui"f al. The New York band headed the procession. Alohikea, the native haekmau, kil led at the same time, was buried an hour later in the little church yard at Wnikiki. . OX THE (ilUDIROX. The Towns lot for the second time at football Saturday afternoon, al though the game was better and the contest closer than the lirst one. lioth sides played with more vim. The Pennsylvania had braced their weak points and the Towns entered the game in better form than ever before this season. In the first half the soldiers had much the worst of it, but regained their laurels in the sen- nml Tlti. KfCvt fit Hn, iinl it'nki i; m 7) iii favor of the visitors. There was considerable bickering on the grounds, much to the disap pointment of the audience and the amusement of the baseball players present. One of the disputes came near hreulvinii' mi tin rmim. nltrifr.itli- er. There was the usual crop of ac cidents, Louis Singer being among ine men Knocked out. MARL1X TROPHY. Ihe scmi-aiiuual contest for the Marlin trophy between companies of the X. G. H. took place on Kakaako, Saturday atternoon. Uesults Mere dis appointing all through, the scores be ing exceptionally low. The light was variable and bad and the wind not good, which were the chief causes of oil shooting. Company G won the rifle witli a score of -100. F was close behind with 103. It scored 3!4 and I) 3ii0. F was in the lead up to the hist man. A score of 33 would have bested G, Stein man, one of the best men in the com pany, had the - "kick oil-," but the strain was too much and he went nil to pieces. His score was only 2'J. The fine silver mounted rille put up by the Marlins now becomes the prop erty of Company G. Shooting for it began nearly three years ago. To pos sess it a team had to score highest in three Kcmi-annual contests. This G has done. In a side contest Saturday between 1! and D for a dinner the for mer won by a good margin. ti 3 I t 3 I On Wednesday evening bc ' tween 9 and to o'clock some I of the business bouses whicb ' depend entirely on electricity I were, without notice, left in S darkness. I Many bad not so much ns a lamp in the bouse; others bad I lamps but no chimneys, and for a time-it looked as though " they would have to close up J shop. - We stand in a position to J help you to forestall any such inconvenience in the future. I Our stock of lamps is the most complete of any in the I city many new and attrac- tive designs' i Don't wait till you are caught without lights again. I It will be better to be thor- oughly prepared for such an " emergency than be forced o suspend business at a time " when it would be a detriment ' to your bank account' " We do not say that such a J thing will occur in the resi- deuce portion of the city, but ' if it does occur in one portion why not in the other? I "Forewarned is Forearmed." U I. if 1 1 r S3 3 1 i 1 1 5! 1 1 Hawaiian Pert ilizing Co Is prepared to furnish Xitrate of Soda, Bone Meal , raw or dissolved, Florida and Lady Elliot Island Guano Sulphate of Ammonia, Muriate and Sulphate of Potash and Knlnite, Coral Limo Stone, and Manures. In quanti ties to suit. A. ?. COOKE, r. WING WO KWAI, Cor. Beretania and Mnunakea Sts.. Coffee Saloon. Also Dealer in General Merchandise. D. L. A KWAI, Manager. Telephone 590. P. O. Bos 038. WAVERXEY BLOCK, 54 BETHEL ST. GROCERIES, HARDWARE f CROCKERY, -k KSTABLISHED IN 1851. LEADERS IN 1808. AV AV AV AV AV AV A A dry scalp causes dandruff dan druff causes the clothing to beconi soiled. A minute or two each mora Ing and evening devoted to the apply ing of our Dandruff Killer doei th work. Put up In one size botles only. The Silent Barber Shop Pacheco & Fernandez, Proprietors. Arlington Block, Hotel Street. .' -A 3 1 3. . Y -4! ' t fir 3 3 3' 1