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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, NOVEMBER 9. 1893.
Flag MiercMs ml Lanterns. WITH AMERICAN AND HAWAIIAN FLAGS. WITH AMERICAN AND HAWAIIAN FLAGS. 'A LARGE STOCK ON HAND TO SELECT FROM TO BE SOLD AT LOW PRICES. S. QZAKI f averley Bloct, Hotel St. Japanese Provisions AND DRY GOODS. HIROSE SHOTEN NO. 34 BERETANIA STREET. Telephone 502. P. 0. Box 223. Japanese Novelties. Just arrived by the S. S. Brncmer and Rio do Janerio, a new line of Silk and Cotton Kimonos. Also a fine assortment of lamliso Blinds, Murata & Go Cornerf Hotel and Nuuanu Sts. Branch. Hat Store NUUANU STREET. Telephone 938. P. 0. Box, 200. V . "- Manila Cigars and Tobacoo La Insuiar, Flor de La Ieabela, Perla de Oriente, and Best Brands of Tea, in Tins or packages, for sale bv LEE TQMA & CO., Corner of uuunu and Merchant Streets, Honolulu, II, I. Just arrived a fine lot of French G. P. D. Pines. Just received a big invoiae of luexicun oigars. New Hoiise Fnrnishlns Store. SING CHARS CO. Timvaro, Glassware, Chinaware, Hardware, Stoves and House Furnishing Goods of all kinds. We are prepared to do Fiwt Class PinmbiDE and Tinsmithini, luy ICING ST., NEAR MAUNAKEA. Tele. 945. P. O. Box 222. KffOHG VIM FAT & CO., King Street, Near Bridge Street, Honolulu, n. I. Contractors and Builders. Ownfirs of ORIENT PLANING MILL, On sale Sofas, Bureaus, Bedsteads, Meat Safes, Chairs, Tables, Mat tresses, Mouldings, etc. Furniture of all kinds made and Repaired. Tele. 997. P. 0. Box 990. DEWEY'S FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT. Corner of Fort and Beretania Streets. Ice Cream, Cold Drinks, California Fruits and Groceries. LOOK HOP & CO. BY AUTHORITY IRRIGATION NOTICE. Holders of wate privileges, or those paying water rates, are hereby notl fined that the hours for Irrigation pur poses arc from. 0 to 8 o'clock a. in., 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, aro hereby notified that they will not be restricted to the Irri gation hours of G to 8 a. in., and 4 to G 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. A REFRESHING BEVERAGE. NEW YORK HOP BEER Delivered to families at $1.00 per dozen quarts. Depot 530 Queen Street, Branch 311 Hotel Street. T. KEVEN, Manager. Telephone, No. SSS. 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. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertilizers. Alex. Cross & Son's High Grade 'Fertilizers for Caile and Coffee. Reed's Steam ripe Cars. Also Offer for Sale Farafine Paint Co.'s P. & B. Paints and Papers. Lueol and Linseed Oils Raw and Boiled. Indurine (a cold water paint) in White and Colors. Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Limes and Bricks. The Villa and lyrtle. NEW COTTAGES WITH THE LATEST IMPROVEMENTS. SPLENDIDLY LOCATED. ROOMS BY THE DAY WEEK OR MONTH. TRICES REASONABLE. MRS. F. C. BETTERS, 731 Fort Street. CHAS, HUSTACE. 212 KING STREET. TEL. 119. Between Fort and Alakea Sts. DEALER IN GROCERIES and PROVISIONS, Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter always on hand. Fresh goods rd Vved by every steamer f rom V in Francisco. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. WLDH COMPANY Established in 1S72. Estate S, G. Wilder W, C, Wilder IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN LUMBER AND COAL Building Materials SUCH AS DOOltS, SASH, HLINBS, Builders' Hardware Paints, Oils, Glass, Wall Paper, Etc. Cor. Fortand Queen Streets HONOLULU, H. I. hy Hot Spend a few dollars to make your homo rooms attractive and pleasant. The comforts of life are after all only the comforts of the home. A room with bright, clean, wnll paper, and It seems to Improve every article of fur niture In the room. Fine Wall Papers. LBWERS & OOOICE. Scenic Postal Different Views FOR EACH. IB I I . LIMITED Who Does Your Plumbing ? WOLFF'S "NEW MODEL" ENAMEL ED IRON BATHS. We arc prepared to do all kinds of plumbing and Sanitary Work, on the shortest notice, and reasonable terms. GEHR1HG & .BUTZKE, WARING BL1C, BERETANIA ST. Telephone 735. . ROUT. LEWERS. F. J. LOWREY. C. M. COOKE. LEWERS & COOKE, 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. Sausages, Liver, Head Clieesc. and UreaUfasl Holognc. CENTRAL MARKET, 214 Nuuanu St. Tele. 101. Choice Eggs iF0R HATCHING, From the following PURE-BRED Fowls of the choicest strains, at my Punahou Poultry Yards, viz:- Buff Leghorns, Brown Leghorns, White Leghorns, Black Mlnorcas, Andalusi an, Barred Plymouth Rocks, Wyan dottes and English S. G. Dorkings, Peking Ducks nnd Bronze Turkeys. 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. 1 I 1 EXPERIENCES GOOD WEATHER ALL THE WAY. Brings Five Passenger for Honolulu and Seventy-one Through Will Sail This Afternoon at Five. Tin of i.nlllullltl trvlt,!t Pflllilltn Al Carey commanding, was sighted this ,.. ... . 1. ...... .. I J.. f, . murimiK i :!. o ciutn, iwemy nines olT and two hours later was at the Oceanic wharf. She brought five passengers and a small uautity of freight for this port nnd seventy-one through passengers. Purser Rcudall's memoranda of the voyage shows that the Moanii left Sydney, October 24th at 4:30 o'clock, arrived at Auckland October 2Sth, at 11:30 o'clock in the morning, nnd then sailed the next day at 2:10 o'clock p. in. Apia was reached at S:45 o'clock November 2nd. A stop of six hours was made there. The Mnnnn reached her wharf at 10:4. and will sail at. 5 o'clock this af ternoon. Good weather was experienced all the way from Sydney. Quito a list of passengers will sail by her from here for San Francisco. BLANCHE BATES. The lirilliaut Actress will Remain on the Western Circuit. NEW YORK, October 2!). According to the published announcement of the management of Daly's Theater, Miss Blanche Bates has been east for the part of Xerissa, in the Merchant ot Venice, to be produced There Novem ber Kith, but the statement is reiter ated that Miss Bates has no intention of returning to this city. It is un derstood the contract she made with Daly provided that she should forfeit $1,000 if she failed to carry it out. A person supposed to be conversant with the facts of the case was shown a copy of last Sunday's Bulletin con taining the Bates story and pronounc ed it true in every particular. "I know it to be absolutely certain," added this authority, "that Miss Bates will not return to Daly's. Information to this effect comes from persons fa miliar with the inside affairs ot the Frawley'coiupany. If Miss Bates was to appear here on November 10th she would now be makiiur preparations for the journey to New York, but I under stand she is billed to appear in San Francisco next week. Of course. Daly, if so disposed, could obtain the forfeit vpf the $1,000. but Frawley ean easily make this good if he wants to keep Miss Bates, and it is positive he does." UNHAPPY CUISA. Charles M. Pepper Writes a Heart rending Story of the Islands. WASHINGTON, October 2'J. Clias. M. Pepper, Cuban correspondent of the Washington Star, who knows more about Cuba than any other cor respondent, has a dispatch in the Star tonight, in which he says the condi tions in the rural districts arc worse than they were before the war open ed. Mr.. Pepper writes from (iuaiia jay, Pinar del ltio, and says: "Three thousand Spanish soldiers are quartered in this little town and its neighborhood. They are awaiting they know not what. Three thousand locusts would lie of more use to the community. It is not the fault of the Spanish soldiers.' They must live, al though they have to devour the lctii substance of the land without giving back the labor which would help to renew its resources. If the condition which caused the United States to go to war with Spain was an intolerable one, the present situation is worse. This is the judgment- I have fnrtnVd af ter a pretty thorough investigation in the western part of the island. Cuba has hung so long on the verge of anar chy, however, that she seems unlikely to be plunged over the brink and into the abyss now. NEW RUSSIAN DOCKS. Russia is building two docks at Li lian, the new naval station on the Bal tic, and the reconstruction of the dock at Port Arthur will also shortly be commenced. Archdeacon Brady, chaplain of the First Pennsylvania regiment, now at Camp Thomas, has in two cases mar ried by letter soldiers in camp to their sweethearts left at home. All the questions were asked and answered by mail, and the whole thing was le gaily done. HAD MANY AILMENTS. "For years I have been taking med icines for liver complaint, heart trouble- and nervous prostration, but three bottlo of Hood's Sarsaparilla have done me more good than any other medicine I have ever taken. I hearti ly recommend It to others." Mrs. S. A. Judd, Vernon, Michigan. nOOD'S PILLS aro the only pills to tako with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Easy, yet efficient. 3 a critical tin During the Battle of Santiago. SICK )R WELL, A RUSH NIGHT AND DAY. h8 Hsu Co. ICwa side of King Street, Bridge, Honolulu, 11. 1. IMPORTERS AND DEW.ERS IX Japanese Provisions AND DRY GOODS. Post Office Box No. 892. WING WO KWAI, Cor. Beretania and Maunakea Sts.. Coffee Saloon. Also Dealer In General Merchandise. D. L. AKWAI, Manager. Telephone 500. P. O. Box 038. THE PACKERS AT THE BATTLE OF SANTIAGO DI2 CUBA WERE ALL HEROES THEIR HEROIC EFFORTS IN GETTING AMMUNI TION AND RATIONS TO THE FRONT SAVED THE DAY. P. E. Butler, of pack train Xo. 3, writing from Santiago de Cuba, on July 23rd, says: "We all had diar rhoea In more or less violent form, and when we lauded we had no time to sec a doctor, for it was a case of rush, and rush night nnd day to keep 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 and keep our health; in fact, I sin cerely bollevo that at one critical time this 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 a wagon train could use. My comrades and myself hnd the good fortune to lay In a supply of this medicine for our pack train before wc left Tampa, and I know in four cases it absolute ly saved life." The above letter was written to the manufacturers ot this medicine, the Chnmbcrlain Medicine Co., Des Moines Iowa. For sale by all druggists nnd dealers. Benson, Smith & Co., whole sale agents for Hawaiian Islands. Lanai Sugar Co. Tiie subscription list for the above plantation will be open to subscrib ers nt my office on and nfter Wednes day, August 31st. The prospectus may be had on ap plication. HA It II Y AMI WAGE, Share Hrokcr, Corner King and Bethel Streets. Order only one loaf If you nre kev tlcal as to its quality nnd goodnc . The whiteness, lightness and dcU eloiisncss of that one loaf will proT to you that our bread equals any that can be made at home and costs Ids. We send It fresh at Drop postal or 'phone. any time. Germaii Koltei-y. S33 FORT STREET. Telephone 077. Metropolitan Meat Co. SI KING STREET. AND NAVY CONTRACTORS. G. J. WALLER, Manager. Bailey's Bike Bits ITEMS OF INTEREST TO BICYCLE ' RIDERS. Rubber is very scarce and steadily advancing in price. Bicycle tires and tubes, also Carriage tires, aro likely to advance in prlc; 00 cents a PAIB advance already on some tires. MO ADVANCE WITH US. The 30 inch wheel will not take th place of the 28 inch In '09 as advertised by some manufacturers. A canvas oJ various makers has resulted in nn es timated output of from 3 to 10 pes cent in 30 inch. "The Cycle Age" says it is a passing fad, like the 30 inch front wheel of a few years ago, and the very low head of this year. Pro portionate strength hns to be follow ed out to insure reliability, which' gains nnd keeps the popular favor. Bicycles will be decorated, and ap pearance in 90 studied even bv thosa Kmakers who have held back from us ing transfers, stripping, etc. The de mand is for decoration, and Bikes will be ornamented to suit the taste of th purchasers. LAND For Sale.' 1st. 18 Lots at Kalihi, opposite II. C. Meyers' premises. 2nd. 4 Lots at Kalihi, next to Hon. D. II. Kahaulclio's new castle. 3rd. 1 Lots at Kalihi, next to Mrs. Cockett's premises.' 4th. 12 Lots nt Kalihi, facing Kanie hamcha IV Road, and in front ol G. Markham's residence. ."ith. One Lot 0G.200 feet mauka of the Catholic Church premises n't Kalihi. 0th. 10 Lots at Kapalama, lying mauka of King street, about 300 feet from the Kapalama Tramways depot. 7th. . Lots and .Houses nt Kapalama, - situated mauka of King street, and on the Wniidki side of the Morris Estate's premises! 3th. A Lot of about half an acre mauka side of King street, about 400 feet from the corner of Llliha and King streets. The premises produces nn income of $02S per an num; will sell for $3,500.' 9th. 2.1 Lots 50x100. feet in Puunui Tract. 2.". Lots 75x150 in Puunui Tract. 25 Lots 100x200 in Puunui Tract. 10th. 0 Lots 100x200 on Nuuanu street, right opposite the old ice works. About 300 Lots 50x100 at Nuuanu nt rear and mauka of the above six Lots. 11th. About 70 Lots in the Kekio Tract, situated opposite the Makee Island band stand. It is admitted that it is ono of the best tracts near the Walkiki sea beach. 12th. About 300 Lots in the Kapahulu Tract. 13th. SOLD. 14th. About 1,000 acres In Kealako mo, Puna, Hawaii; the lands ex tends from the beach tof-ibout two miles from the Volcano. 15th. CITY PROPERTIES, etc. Prices are the cheapest In the market. For further particulars apply to BAILEY'S HONOLULU CYCLERY, 23 King street, hns good second hand wheels at $15, with new tires $20 to $25. NEW Bicycles $30, '97 model. Th. ' Reliable Stormer Wheels, 98 model,, nt $40, guaranteed one yenr, M. & W.' tires. Repairs of all kinds. Baked enan. cl and decorations to suit. One dollar per month keeps yonr bike cleaned, oiled anil punctures re--paired; a popular feature, at King Street. J. R.SHA .VS. W, D Office and Infirmary, 803 King Street. Telephone, 70fi. Modern and Humnne Treatment. W. C. ACHI & CO REAL ESTATE BROKERS. W. C. Aehl, our manoger, has had over 10 years experience in the Real Estate business in this city. Honolulu, July 10th, 1808. (COMPANY, LTD.) Esplanade, cor. Allen and Fort Sts. HOLLISTER & CO., AGENTS. a m 4 1 THIN8 2 C. Firewood, SoaS, Sand. Ohia, Algaroba and Pino 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. H ust ace & Co. QUEEN STREET. Telephone 114. Honolulu Iron Works, STEAM ENGINES, SUGAR MILLS, BOILERS, COOLERS, IRON, BRASS, AND LEAD CASTINGS. Machinery of Every Description made to order. Particular attention paid to Ship's Blacksiulthlng. Job Work executed on short notice. Refrigerated Poultry AND Fresli Salmon CONSTANTLY OH HAND. ftleSropoSigan Bteaf Go. TELEPHONE NO. 45. FAI KEE, 3VIeiolio.rxt: lciiloi, 433 Nuuanu St., opp. Paunhl St. Repairing, Dyeing nnd Clcnnlng. A large assortment of Shirts, Diagonals, Tweeds, Cassimercs, and Broadcloths. Braids, Buttons, Assorted Trimmings, New Pattern Diagonals nnd Sergc3. f.'iA.j, t.. - . . ii Tim 'iirnirT r - i