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H. Hackfeld & Co.
CKPOaTBKS AND WIIC)IK9.Iil2H8 OF Dry Goods. Such as Prints, Ginghams, Cottone, Sheetings, Denims, Ticking, Re gattas, Drills, Mosquito Wet ting, Curtains, Lawns. DRESS GOODS, ZEPHYRS. ETC. In the Latest Styles. TAILOR'S GOODS. IN FULL ASSORTMENT. SiloRhia, Sleeve Linings, Stilt Linen, Ital inn Cloth, Moleskins, Meltons, Serge, Kamrngarns, Etc. ClolMiiir, Merwear, Shawls, iUxnkets, Quilts, Towels, Table Cov oro, Napkins, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Hosiery, Hats, Um brellas, Hugs and Carpets, Ribbons, Laces and Perfum ery, Soaps Etc. A URGE VARIETY OF SADDLES. Vienna and Iron Garden Furniture, Eechstein - oiler Pianos, Iron Bedsteads. Etc., Etc., Etc. American and European Grocers, Lie nors, Beers and Mineral Waters, Oils and Paints Sine, Load, Plain Galvanized Iron. Railroad Iron, etc. Hawaiian Sugar and Rice; Goldon Gate Diamond, Sperry's, Merchant's a Eldorado Flour, Salmon, Corned Beef, etc., jFor salo on the most liberal terms and at the lowest prices by E. HACKEELD & CO, (LIMITED.) I (LIMITED.) Merchants mil Sons- J3eg to call the attention of the trade to their complete line of Hardwart ! I I I Saddlery Crockery Etc, Eeneral P I a ntati o n Supplies. T A fine assortment of : Furnishings. FOR INDIGESTION LOSS OF APPETITE A Household Remedy Throughout Queensland. We give the following testimony from Mr. Prank P. Peacock of Given Terrace, Paddington, Queensland, whose experience is in exact accord with thousands of others! Sraf i Agate i Ware . A Specialty. jKaahumanu Street. Hawaiian Eiectric Company. "I have used Dr. Avcr's Sarsanarilla iu my family for.iudigestion, loss of npnetitc, and as a tonic, with very satisfactory results. I have been pleased to recommend it to my friends and in many cases they have used it with equal satisfaction. AVER'S tsffiila is a household remedy throughout Queensland. It is the kind that cures." For constipation take Pr. Aypr's Pill,. They promptly reilvo nml surely euro. Take them YiUx 111 Ayor'i Sarsaparllla: one uld tha other. 1I0LL1STEH 1)1! UG C '. WHOLESALE AGENTS. CHAS. HUSTACE. S12 KING STHEET. TEL. 119. Between Fort and Alakea Sts. DEALER IX ROCERIES and PROVISIONS. Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter nlways on hand. Fresh goods received by every steamer from San Francisco. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. PEACOCK & CO. (LIMITED.) The finest of sparkling mineral wa ters. New consignment per S. S. Cop tie. Send orders. early to GEO. R. CARTER, Agent for E. R. Adams. Telephone 184. I Ifll GOOD WORDS FROM PROMINENT OREGON VISITORS. Mr. and Mrs. Benson Here for Health Entertained by City People Re gret to Leave. E. S. Benson, General Auditor of the O. R. ifc N. Co., and wife are guests at the Hawaiian Hotel. They arrived bv the last Alameda from Portland, Ore., mid will return by the Austra lia, Milling next Tuesday. The trip was made In the interest of Mrs. Ben son's health, which has not been good for some months. "Wo are charmed beyond expres sion with Honolulu," said Mr. Benson last evening. "Of course, we have heard much of your city and your country, but never dreamed it was so beautiful, so Ideal. This is my first visit to the Islands, and, to be frank, 1 do not wish to leave again. I should like to stay here. I should like to get into the happy-go-lucky style of eve rybody and everything. It is so dif ferent from our life, which is rush, rush nil the time." "At. first," put in Mrs. Benson. "I missed so much the morning tele grams and the mail. But now I do not pare. There are the drives, the sights, the baths at WaikiUi the best in the world. We go to Coney Island every yeni go everywhere but for the per fect surf, the perfect morning plunge, commend me to Wnikiki." Mr. and Mrs. Benson are very prominent in the Oregon metropolis. They went, there three years ago from Chicago, Mr. Benson has for twenty flvo years been n railroad man of wealth and influence. To Honolulu he brought many letters of the best kind. One was to Minister Sewnll, and ano ther to President Dole. A third was to Manager Dillingham of the Oahu Railway. The local magnate took the visitor and his wife over the road to Wnilun last. -week. They were much pleased with the line and the' scenery along the route. Mr. Benson was struck with the enterprise of Mr. Dil lingham and believes firmly that the railroad is "on the right track." FLAG ON MORE SHIPS. Plans of the Northern Paeilie Steam ship Company. THE ' Popular Beer TACOMA, October 13. It is stated on good authority that the Northern Pacific Steamship Company is arrang ing to put under the American flag six British steamers which it is op erating to China and .Japan from this city. These steamers include the transport Arizona, which Was sold to the Government last .Inly, when avail able steamers for transport were scarce. It develops that at that time Daniel S. Lamont, vice president of the Northern Pacific Railway, and others interested, secured passage, by Congivss of a law permitting the giv ing of American registry to the North ern Paeilie Steamship Company's steamers. This was desired because Mr. Lamont, Mr. Dodwell, managing director of the steamship line, and other traffic men recognized the ad vantages to be derived by the opera tion of steamers that could carry traffic between the Pacific Coast and Hawaii and the Philippine Islands. The steamers affected by the pro posed change nre the Tacoma, Olym pia, Columbia, Arizona, and Argyle. MORE FpOT BALL. Sergeant Johnson of the First New York foot ball team is negotiating with J. Q. Wood for a game to be played between his team and the Towns in the near future. It is re ported from the camps that the New Yorkers are better players than the Pennsylvanian s. Captain Bruff of the Pennsylvania team wishes to piny the Towns one more time before going to Maniln. "Wo wish to give you a ehnnce to get square wtih us," said he to Manager Woods of the Town team yesterday nfternoon. Fine job printing. Star Office. K. SAKAMOTO, Clothes Dyefl in all Colors Desired. ALSO CLEANED AND REPAIRED. 750--400 1150 PAIR OF White Duck Trousers Foil The New York Regiment Our prices must be right or we could not do it. Russian Lineu Crash suits, com plete for $12.50 per suit. Medeiros & Decker, Lincoln Block. King Street. OUR SPECIAL THIS WEEK IS Might as well have YOUR home as nicely furnished as your neigh bor even if you have but ONE ROOM. AVe'll cheerfully help you out up on tlie most liberal terms, and at lowest living profits. 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., Loading Furniture Dealers. KING AND BETHEL STREETS. A New Paint Shop. Having associated with us Mr. John II. 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 hud 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 us will give entire satis faction to our patrons. PEERLESS PRESERVING PAINT CO, Who will do it? 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 nrice. ."S!J THE) Office, Union Square, opp. Bell Tower. 17 Beretania Street, Honolulu. P. 0. Box 8G4. New House FurnisMBE Store. SING CHAN CO. Tinware, Glassware, Chinaware, Hardware, Stoves and House Furnishing Goods of all kinds. We aro prepared to do First Class PlumMne aufl TinsmUhiug. 109 KING ST., NEAR MAUNAKEA. Tele. 945. P. O. Box 222. We do i The best bicycle repairing in town. The people we have done work for say so; the jobs we have turned out say so, and you will say so If you ever have any work done in our shop. A bicycle ennnot be smashed so bad ly that we cannot make it look like 11 new one with the finest coat of enam el that can be put on. Call on us and we will show you our big ennmelllng oven and the kind of work we do. Look out for our RAMBLER advertisement when the Australia arrives. Our '09 stock will be on her and wc have a surprise in store for you. E. O. HALL & SON (Limited.) Corner Fort and King Sts. THB "MONITOR" Plumbing, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work DIMOND BLOCK. - 7?-7Q KING STREET. KWOHG VING FAT & CO., King Street, Near Bridge Street, Honolulu, H. I. Contractors and Builders. Ownen Of ORIENT PLAHING 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. Bos 990. C. HOCK CHAW, Watchmaker, Silver anil Goldsmith. Eyo Classes to Suit all Sights. WATCH REPAIRING. NO. 104 Nuuanu Street, Honolulu. DEWEY'S JFIRST CLASS RESTAURANT. Corner of Fort and Beretania Streets, Ice Cream, Cold Drinks, California Fruits and Groceries. LOOK HOP & CO. . ASTOE HOUSE RESTAURANT COR. HOTEL AND UNION STS. AH CHUCK, Proprietor. Tables always supplied with the best that the market affords. Private Room for Ladles. Meals 2So. J, ' erchant Tailor. Suits to order. Fit guaranteed. Finn Duck Suits $5 up; Fine Tweed Panta $1.50 up; Fine Suits $18 up. Clothes Cleaned and Repaired. 119 KING ST. P. O. Box 144. These Lois For Sale on Easy Payments ! EXCELLENT YIEW OF OCEAN AND VALLEY! (fee simple) CLIMATE UNSURPASSED! The cleanest, brightest tafest and really, la Ue long run, the cheapest and best llghi Car ase In the family residence, 1b the Incan IMce' t electric light. Safe nothing could Us safer. A few days aco a prominent een- ttletnan of Honolulu nam rushing down to 4he otnee 01 tue Klectrlo Company and said: "Give me figures for wiring my house, and I wani tt done at once; no more lamps for me. Zast night a lamp tipped over and it. came o nsar setting Are to the house and burning dt children and I take no more risks." This is the sentiment of quite a number in Ulna past few woeki, who have ordered their Aarases fitted with the perfect light. Jutt think it over and make up your mind ghat you want the best and safest light; send Hot tho Hawaiian Electric Company and toll Ohms, what yon wan;. TV 'Lave a complete stock of everything in tilde tine and have just received a lot of the very latest designs in chandeliers CARRIAGE TRIMMING. If yon want your Carriage or Phaeton Bepaired or Trimmed, call on J. L. DTTSHALISKY. 100 Alakea Street, between King and Merchant Streets. I a a a D 8 ' lfc 100 1 r . V 12. . V 13 . .14 ' "15 - J i 1 ' 1 ' , ICO -11 I 100' 1M 11SK 112U 17 100 "'100 -top 8. Kojima. IMPORTER OF. Japanese Provisions; General Merchandise, AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES. 100 STREET 50 FEET WIDE. H .1 8 1Q0 . 4 2. f, r 1100 : ,3V " ,.fii' '."4 100 100 f 6 .s ion ' 100 , v 100 . "A 'A O n 10 1ft t MANOA - AVENUE PUNAHOU SCHOOL PROPERTY Apply to J. H. SOHNAOK or F. L. DORTCH COOPER No. 9 Hotel Street, Honolulu. Telephone 574. P. O. Box 008. KWONR YFP WO., Groceries, Island Butter, J?ure Kon Coffee, Cigars and Tobacco. Fresh Fruit by Every Steamer. Also Contractor for Labor. COR. KING AND ALAKEA STREETS. Sang CliaA. Merchant Tailory Suits Made to Order Iu tho Latest Style. A Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Clothing, etc., made to Order. Light Suts and Linen Suits made to order. ,NO. 04 HOTEL STREET. P. O. Box 203. Telephone043 b,D43. j W. A. HOKT 3vri'oX:iixvt 1ciiloxi Clothing, etc., made to order. Amf buits guaranteed to fit In the late? style. Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing SUMMER SUITS A SPECIALTY Nuuanu Street, near Hotel. Opposite' Chu Yip & Co. i