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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, OCTOBER 31, 19"
7 W k 8ELB0RNE SCHOOL FOR.BOYS 1 M Hantocliiefs " aid Lanterns. WITH AMERICAN AND HAWAIIAN FLAGS. WITH AMERICAN AND HAWAIIAN FLAGS. A -LARGE STOCK ON HAND TO SELECT PROM TO BE SOLD AT LOW TRICES. S. OZRWl 1 Waverley Blotl Hotel St. Japanese Provisions AND GOODS. HIROSE SHOTEN NO. 34 BERETANIA STREET. Jl TeJenhone CG2. F. O. Box 2I2J. . A FINE ASSORTMENT OF U . . B Chinese mul Japanese Teas, Matting, I Vases, Trunks, (Jliairs, -tc. I 1 A. A- ' ' - 214 Nuuanu Streeti Honolulu. Them utsu Oo. f Ewa side of King Street Bridge, Honolulu, H. I. nmniiTPns A'l) DRAPERS IN AND Tost Office Box No. 192. J sip Novelties. Just arrived by the S. S. Braemer and Rio de Janerio, a new line of Silk and Cotton Kimonos. Also a fine assortment of Ulurata L UO Sts. Branch. Hat Store NUUANU STREET. 1 Telephone 038. P. 0. Box, 200, Manila Gigars V LA INSULAR, FLOR DE LA ISABELA, FERLA DE ORIENTE, AND BEST BRANDS OF TEA in Tins or in Packages, for sale by LEE TOMA & CO. Corner of Nuuanu and Merchant Streets, Honolulu, H. I. JUST ARRIVED A FINE LOT OF FRENCH G. P. D. PIPES. Just received a big invoice of Mcx. lean cigars. Refrigerated Poultry AND jHreslx Salmon J CONSTANTLY ON HAND. Metropolitan Meat Go BY AUTHORITY IRRIGATION NOTICE. Holders of wote privileges, or those paying water rates, are hereby noti- fined that the hours for irrigation pur poses are from C to 8 o'clock a. m., and from 4 to 0 o'clock p. m. II. Holders of water privileges on the slopes of Punchbowl above Green street, and in Nuuanu Valley above School street, are hereby notified that they will not be restricted to the irri gation hours of 0 to 8 a. in., and 4 to 0 p. m., but will be allowed to irri gate whenever sufficient 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, 1898. TELEPHONE NO. 4S. A REFRESHING BEVERAGE. NEW YORK HOP BEER Delivered to families at $1.00 per dozen quarts. Why Hot Spend a few dollars to make your home rooms attractive nnd pleasant. The comforts of life arc after all only the comforts of the home. A room with bright, clean, wall paper, and It seems to improve every article of fur niture in the room. m Wall Papers LEWERS & COOKE. 1 II fl 11 SUGAR CANE TO BE RAISED IN - THE OLAA COFFEE BELT. A CRITICAL TIME During the Battle of Santiago. Colonel Peter Leo to lime n Half Way Hotel on Volcano Road A Planta tion Robbe"d. Depot 53G Queen Street, Branch 311 Hotel Street. T. KEVEN, Manager. Telephone, No. 888. W. G. IRWIN & CO., (Limited.) AGENTS FOR Western Sugar Refining Co. of San Francisco, Cal. Baldwin Locomotive Works of Philadelphia, Penn. Newell Universal Mill Co., (National Cane Shredder.) New York. U. S. A. N. Ohl.indt & Co.'s Chemical Fertilizers. Alex. Cross & Son's High Grade Fertilizers for Cane and Coffee. Reed's Steam Pipe Cars. Also Offer for Sale Parafine Paint Co.'s P. & B. Paints and Papers. Lucol and Linseed Oils Raw and Boiled. Indurine (a cold water paint) in White and Colors. Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Limes and Bricks. WILDER k COMPANY Established in 1872. Estate S, G, Wilder W, C. Wilder IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN LUMBER AND COAL Building Materials SUCH AS D00KS, SASH, BLINDS, Builders' Hardware Taints, Oils, Glass, Wall Paper, Etc. Cor. Fort and Queen Streets HONOLULU, H. I. , .no. Fort Street, Near Hotel. Tel. 477. Livery Boarding ami Sales Stables. Prompt Sorvloe. Stylish Turnouts. Safo Drivers. Wc arc especially equipped to cater to ur trade. Fair dealing and good se ice is what we depend upon to gut it. Hack stand Bell Tower, Union Street, Telephone No. 319. Hacks Nos. 02, G5, SI, 125, and 180. C. H. BELLINA, Manager. YEB HOP SING Groceries. Island Butter, Pure IConn Coffee Cigars ami Tobacco. Fresh Fruit by Every Steamer. King Street near Alokea. If you have a house for rent tell It in The Star. Scenic Postal Cards. Different Views FOR EACH. i IB. Trusted employes of Wninnku have been engaged for Mime time in .".vate nintlcally robbing the plantation of farming tools. It is said they were collecting the material for use lit a eo-openitlve scheme shortly to he or ganized. Colonel l'eter Lee will build a wnv-slik- Inn on the Volcano road for the benefit of the trueling public, i'red Wicknnder is designing the 1ioum I.ee already has the light wine and beer license for the neighborhood and all now required is the lunch depart ment. The Queen Victoria hospital annex committee met on Thursday of last week, inspected the building and in cepted it. The annex is a hniuK-otnc as well as a commodious and comfort able hospital, and presents external ly an appearance decidedly superior to that of tlie main building. Charles' Ragsdale of Olaa met with a severe and painful accident In Iiilo on Tuesday. While riding an inruly horse the beast reared and fell over upon Mr. Ragsdale in such a ni.i'iner as to break the llbulo or small hone of the left, leg, just above the ankle. The bone was set by Dr. Russell and Mr. Rngsdnlc is at the Hilo hotel, cm- taining his soul with what patience he can while the slow process of ical. ing goes forward. For months past the owners of eof. fee plantations in Olaa have been t-illi- ing sugar cane in connection with the coffee trees. More than two years ago bamboo cane was planted at uitlereiit altitudes and occasionally patches of yellow Caledonian were planted. 1 t result has been such that the prop-) sition to build a sugar mill in Olaa is favorably considered. The marriage of Henry Sharpless to Miss Viola Monroe took place at the Salvation Army hall on Thursday "V. eniiig, the ceremony being performed by ( aptnin -Merry weather of Hon.-iu hi. Tin- ceremony was interesting and impressive and the hall was crowded witli the many Iiilo friends of the bride and groom. Miss Monroe was one of the sweetest and prettiest brides Iiilo has seen for many a day Mr. Sharpless Is a yntinir man well and favorably known in Hilo and Ohm. Both are enlisted In the Salvation Ar my work. FATAL ACCIDENT. LUIATNA, October 2!). The litth girl who was badly burned at liono- kohau lirst Thursday, died yesterday morning. SEATTLE TO HILO. LIMITED Who Does Your Plumbing ? Nice Words From the Sound City's Chamber ot Commerce. WOLFF'S "NEW MODEL" ENAMEL ED IRON BATHS. We are prepared to do all kinds of plumbing and Sanitary Work, on the shortest notice, and reasonable terms. GEHRIHG & BUTZKE, WARING BLK., BERETANIA ST. Telephone 735. ROBT. L EWERS. F. J. LOWREY. C. M. COOKE. LEWERS & C00KE. Lumber and Builders' Hardware, DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, WALL PAPER, MATTING. CORRUGATED IRON, LIME, CEMENT, ETC. Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton, and Pork ALWAYS ON HAND. Sausagesj, Liver, Head Cheese, and Break last Bologne. CENTRAL MARKET, The Seattle Chamber of Commerce has hcnt a memorial to Hilo welcoming the new Chamber of Commerce ot that town, and expressing the hope that "the closest, most intimate and friendly relations hereafter between that city and this city, to the ndvant age of the peoples of both cities, com mcrcially, socially and politically.' Accompanying the memorial was the following letter from the Seattle Chamber: "Dear Sir: I take pleasure in trans mitting to you the accompanying ex pression of good feeling on the part of our people and organization toward your people and newly organized Chamber. We believe that Hilo. and Seattle are to be closely connected hereafter, and that in our future in tercourse what will be good for the one will be good for the other. Our interests are now and will be allied We will rejoice with you m your prosperity, and we will hope that the years will be few until Hilo becomes a trreat and important city commercial iy." DIED. At Makaweli, Kauai, on the 2nd Inst., Helen Lsenberg, beloved infunt 'of Mr. and Mrs. .1. (iuild. AT THE CAMI'S. SICK Oa WELL, A RUSH NIGHT AND DAY. I'HU PACKERS AT THE BATTLE OF SANTIAGO DE CUHA WERE ALL HEROES THEIR HEROIC EFFORTS IN 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 luly 2.ml, says,: "We all had diar rhoea In more or less violent form, and when wc landed we had no time to see a doctor, for It was n case of rush, and rush night and day to keep the troops supplied with ammunition and rations, but thanks to Chamber lains Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, we were able to keep at work and keep our health; in fact, I sin cerely believe that at one critical time tills medicine was the indirect savior of our army, for if the packers had been unable to work there would have been no way of getting supplies to the front. There were no roads that n wagon train could use. My comrades and myself had the crood fortune to lay in a supply of this medicine for our pack train before we left Tampa, and T know in four eases it absolute ly saved life." Tlie above letter was written to the manufacturers of this medicine, the Chamberlain Medicine Co., Des Moines Iowa. For sale by nil druggists and dealers. Ilenson. Smith & Co., whole, sale agents for Hawaiian Islands. 211 Nuuanu St. Tele. 101. Choice Eggs FOR HATCHING, From the following PURE-BRED Fowls of tho choicest strains, at my Punahou Poultry Yards, viz: Buff Leghorns, Brown Leghorns, White Leghorns, Black Mluorcas, Andnlusl an, Barred Plymouth Rocks, Wyan dottes and English S. G. Dorkings, Peking Ducks and Bronze Turkeys. Prices furnished upon application. Favors from tho other Islands will re ceive prompt and careful attention, A few choice Fowls for sale. WALTER C. WEEDON. New Progress Block, Honolulu. Camp Otis was moved Saturday to I the niauka side of the race track, im mediately opposite tlie entrance to Camp McKinley. The shift was order. ed by tho medical authorities. The new site for a barracks at Camp McKinley is u half mile nearer Moi- I Hill than the old. The engineers arc rushing work on the building. The equipment and camp of the en gineers were inspected by the battal ion commander this morning. PUBLIC CONCERT. Professor Iterger has arranged the following program for the public con cert to lie given by the Hawaiian band in Emma square at 7:30 this evening: PART I. Overture Semirainide. Rossini Interniezo Ciivalleria Rustlcana. . . '. .Mascagni Selection Maritaua Wallace Solo and Chorus The Idol of My Heart (by request) Stalil R. Ellis. PART U. Cornet Solo Old Folks at Home Bernard Charles Kreuter. Selectlon-r-A Runaway Girl Caryll Monckton Waltz-Wandering Minstrel ..Kiesler March--Stars and Stripes Forever.. Sousa The Star Spangled Banner. nAD MANY AILMENTS. "For years I have been taking med icines for liver complaint, heart trou bio nnd nervous prostration, but three bottle of nood's Sarsaparllla have dono mo more good than any other medicine I have ever taken. I hearti ly recommend It to others." Mrs. 8. A. Judd, Vernon, Michigan. HOOD'S PILLS are tho only pills to take with Hood's Sarsaparllla. Easy, yet efficient. 3 Lanai Sugar Co. The subscription list for the above plantation will be open to subscrib ers at my ofilce on nnd after Wednes day, August 31st. The prospectus may be had on ap plication. il A It It V AHMITAGE, Share Broker, Corner King and Bethel Streets. SAN RAFAEL, CALIFORNIA One hour from San Francisco. Prepar ation for the Universities. Classes fay little Boys. Comforts and Inlluencoa of n Christian Home. Skilled Teach ers. Unequalled Table. Separnte Bed rooms. JJcst equipped uymnaBluin in the State. Campus and Tennis Court. etc. Illustrated catalogues may be obtained from .1. II. ATI1ERTON, of the firm or Castle & Cooke, Ltd., to whom by kind permission refeTencsr may be made. Order only one Iouf if you are skep tical as to its quality and goodness. The whiteness, lightness and dell cioiisness of that one loaf will provo to you that our bread equals any that can bo made at home and costs less. We send it fresh at Drop postal or 'phone. any time. GermniT Bolcej-y. 833 FORT STREET. Telephone 077. Metropolitan Meat Co. LANDS For Sale, 1st. 18 Lots at Kaliiii, opposite II. C. Meyers', premises. 2nd. 4 Lots at Kalihi, next to Hon. D. H. Kahaulelio's new castle. 3rd. 1 Lots at Kalihi, next to Mrs. Coekett's premises. 4th. 12 Lots at Kalihi, facing Kame hauieha IV Road, and in front ot G. Markhnin's residence. .r,th. One Lot OfixSOO feet niauka of the Catholic Church premises ai Kalihi. Gtli. 10 Lots at Kapalama, lying niauka of King street, nbout .'100 feet from the Kapalama Tramways depot. 7th. ."1 Lots and Houses at Kapalama, situated niauka of King street, and on tlie Wniuiki side of the Morrip Estate's premises. Sth. A Lot of about half an acre mauka side of King street, about 400 feet from the corner of Liliha and King streets. Tlie premises produces an Income of $028 per an num; will sell for $.",300. 9th. 25 Lots 50100 feet in Puunui Tract. 23 Lots 75x150 in Puunui Tract. 25 Lots 100x200 in Puunui Tract. 10th. 0 Lots 100x200 on Nuuanu street, right opposite tlie old ice works. About 300 Lots 50x100 at Nuuanu at rear and mauka of the above six Lots. lltli. About 70 Lots in tlie Keklo Tract, situated opposite the Makee Island baud stand. It is admitted that it is one of tlie best tracts near the Waikiki sea beach. 12th. About 300 Lots in the Kapahulu Tract. 13th. SOLD. 14th. About 1,000 acres in Kealako ino, Puna, Hawaii; tho lands ex tends from the beneh to about two miles from tlie Volcano. 15th. CITY PROPERTIES, etc. Prices are the cheapest in the market. For further particulars apply to W. C. AH & GO. REAL ESTATE BROKERS, W. C. Achi, our manager, has had over 10 years experience in tho Heal Estate business in this city. Honolulu, July 19th, 1898. (COMPANY, LTD.) Esplanade, cor. Allen and Fort Sts, HOLLISTER & CO., AGENTS. 81 KING STREET. Wholesale & Retail Butchers AND NAVY COiNTK ACTORS. G. ,T. WALLER, Manager. Bailey's Bike Bits ITEMS OF INTEREST TO BICYCLE KIDERS. Rubber is very scarce and steadily advancing in price. Bicycle tires and tubes, also Carriage tires, are likely to advance in pric; 50 cents a PAli advance already on some tires. NO ADVANCE AM J'H US. The 30 inch 'icel will not take tho place of tlie 2S inch in '00 as advertised by some manufacturers. A canvas ot various makers has resulted in an es timated output of from 3 to 10 per cent in 30 inch. "The Cycle Age" say it is a passing fad, like tlie 30 Ineh front wheel of n few years ogo, and the very low bend of this year. Pro portionate stre.ith lias to be follow ed out to insure reliability, which gains and keeps tlie popular favor. Bicycles will be decorated, and ap pearance in '!)0 studied even by those makers who have held back from us ing transfers, stripping, etc. Tlie de mand is for decoration, nnd Bikes will be ornamented to suit the taste of the purchasers. BAILEY'S HONOLULU CYCLERT, 23 King street, lias good second hand wheels at $15, with new tires $20 to $25. NEW Bicycles $30, '97 model. Tho Reliable Slorincr Wheels, '98 model, at $40, guaranteed one year, M. & W tires. Kepairs of all kinds. Baked enam el and decorations to suit. One dollar per month keeps j-our bike cleaned, oiled and punctures re paired; a popular feature, at Kina; Street. J, R.SHAW, D.VS. Olllco and Infirmary, 803 King Street. Telephone, 790. Modern and Humane Treatment. GOOD THINGS 4U2C. Firewood, Goal, Sand Ohio, Algaroba and Pine Firewood, cut and 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 414. Honolulu Iron Works. STEAM E. UNES, SUGAIt MILLS, BOILERS, COOLERS, IRON, BRASS, AND LEAD CASTINGS. Machinery of Every Description made to order. Particular attention paid to Ship's Blacksmithing. Job Work executed on short notice. OHTA ft GO., Contractors, Builders and House Painters. ltyt Maunakea St., Honolulu, H. X. nun, Ttn . r. . -r -w UIVJ1 UO A UAUXJ. 51 i . t. r J i -1