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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, NOVEMBER 19. tSgS.
Mag HaMta'clueis 1 and Lanterns. LANTERNS WITH AMERICAN AND HAWAIIAN FLAGS. , fl H1DKERCHIEF8 WITH AMERICAN AND 1 HAWAIIAN FLAGS. ML LARGE STOCK ON HAND TO SELECT FROM : TO BE SOLD AT LOW PRICES. 9m XJJUJ&WkM. -ff averley Bloci, Hotel St. lapanese Provisions -AND IRY GOODS. IIROSE SHOTEN NO., 34 BERETANIA STREET. telephone 5G2 P. O. Box 223. Japanese Novelties. 1st arrived by the S. S. Braemer and Rio de Janerlo, a new line of n:ii J n a a- J OllK UI1U UUILUI1 Kimonos. Also a fine assortment of liasnbso Blinds. Murafi & 0o n. 1 &anch. Hat Store NUUANU STREET. xephone 938. P. O. Box, 200. and Tobacoo La Insuiar, Flor de La Inbela, " Perla de Oriente, and Best Btands it Tea, in Tins or packages, for "a sa le by LEE TOMA & GQ:, j 'orner of Nuunnu' and Merchant B Streets, Honolulu, H. I. ust arrived a fine lot of French G. P. D. Pipes. . Just received a big invoioo of Mexican Uigars. (he Mutsu Go. 'IT ITnnnliilu. IT T JniPOHTEIlS AND DEALERS IN Japanese ( AND DRY GOODS. Post Office Box No. 802. YOM VIH& FAT & CO., ling Street, Near Bridge Street, Honolulu, H. I. nfractors and Builders. now nf flBTPMT PI ANTNfl Mill jale Sofas, Bureaus, Bedsteads, M it Safes, Chairs, Tables, Mat- sea, Mouldings, etc. urniture of all kinds made and d. 007. P. O. Box 000. DEWEY'S RST CLASS RESTAURANT. of Fort and Beretania Streets, and Tobacco and Cold Drinks. . jwy evening uniu miunigni i'' TTtnir -rrriT t, rn .-1 of fc3 BY AUTHORITY IRRIGATION NOTICE. Holders of w ate privileges, or those paying water rates, nre hereby not!' fined that the hours for irrigation pur poses arc from 0 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 G to 8 n. 111., and 4 to G p, m., but will be allowed to irrl gate whenever sufficient water is nvailable, 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. 1 Approved: J. A. ICING, Minister of Interior. Honolulu, II. I., Sept. 7, 1808. A REFRESHING BEVERAGE. HEW YORK HOP BEER Delivered to families at $1.00 per dozen quarts. Depot 53G Queen Street, Branch 311 Hotel Street. T. KEVEN, Manager. Telephone, No. 888. I. 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 Yorlc. U. S. A. X. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertilizers. Alex. Cross & Son's High Grade Fertilizers for Cano and Coffee. Reed's Steam Pipe Cars. - Also Offer, for Sale Parafine Paint Co.'s P. Sr. 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. hy Hot The Villa and " Myrtle. NEW COTTAGES WITH THE LATEST IMPROVEMENTS. SPLENDIDLY LOCATED. ROOMS BY THE DAY WEEK OR MONTH. PRICES REASONABLE. MRS. F. C. BETTERS, 731 Fort Street. CHAS. HUSTACE. 212 KING STREET. TEL. 110. Between Fort and Alakea Sts. DEALER IN GROCERIES and PROVISIONS. Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter always on hand. Fresh goods received by every steamer from San Francisco. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. WILDER COMPANY Established In 1872. Estate S. G. Wilder W, G. Wilder IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN LUMBER AND COAL Building Materials SUCH AS DOOItS, SASK, BLINDS, Builders' Hardware Paints, Oils, Gins?, Wall Paper, Etc. Cor. Fort and Queen Streets HONOLULU, H. I. Spend a few dollars to make your homo rooms attractive and pleasant. Tho comforts of life are after all only the comforts of the home. 1 1 BARRACKS Decorate A room with bright, clean, wall paper, and it seems to improve every article of fur niture in tho room. , ine Wall Papers. LEWERS & OOOKE. Scenic Postal Cards. Different Views ron EACH iiiaia LIMITED Who Does Your Plumbing1 ? 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. GEHR1NG & BUTZKE, WARING BLK., BERETANIA ST. Telephone 735. ROBT. 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. Snusngcs, Liver, Head Cheese, and llreaui'nst liologne. CENTRAL MARKET, 21 J Nuuanu St. Tele. 101. 3. KZojxxxit. IMPORTER OF. Japanese Provisions. General Merchandise, AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES. No. 0 Hotel Street, Honolulu. Telephone 574. P. O. Box 006 WASHINGTON FIR AND COMING. CEDAR The Government lias Purchased 2S0,- 000 Feet, Which will be Shipped by the Steamer Garonne. .On the steamer Garonne, which will sail December 1st from Seattle for Honolulu mid Australian ports, will be shipped a consignment of 280,000 feet of ill and cedar lumber, the pro duet of the Stlmson Mill Company oi Mallard, says a late Seattle Post-Intel, llgeneer. The lumber will bo used by the United Stales government in the erection of barracks for the troops at Honolulu. The contract for the pur chase of the lumber was awarded by Cnptain W. W. Robinson, .Jr., assistant quartermaster of the department of the Columbia. This is the first consignment of sup plies from Seattle fur government use at Honolulu. It is believed that It is out tiie opening wedge to what will I'iue a uig nusiness. Seatt e was brought into favorable notice from the government as u supply point last winter, when the various Alaska expe- uuiuiis were ueing nttcd out. The troops all sailed from this port, and while the big contracts were let by the (juartennaster at Vancouver, manv articles were purchased hero under the direction of Captain Robinson. The order for the purchase of the lumber for the barracks at Honolulu came through Major George Rulilen, quartermaster at Honolulu, who serv ed last, winter and spring at Dyea and oiner points in Alaska, and who spent seeroi days in beattle on his return. Major Ruhlen requested of the war department that the first consignment of lumber be purchased in Seattle lieving, of course, that this port was the most advantageous for securing such supplies. Captain Robinson advertised for bids in the regulation manner. The con tract was awarded to the Stimsoii Mill Company. The contract ninounts to approximately $2,300. Uiptain Robinson said: "Of course tiie J'uget hound llr and cedar lumber is admirably adapted for the erection of the barracks at Honolulu. The first consignment, which will be forward ed on the Garonne, will not, in niv opinion, be the last. I hope to see the trade between Seattle and Honolulu grow very rapidly." THEY WKRE TIIER12. In a small country town not long ago, the principal church found itseit in urgent need of a new supply of hymn books, and, on making inqui ries through the post the estry were informed by a linn of publishers unit -jiymn noons can De obtained at a greatly reduced rate if we are allow ed to insert such advertisements as we think fit." Eager to make n sharp bargain, the vestry consented and ordered thL. hymn books. The books arrived on Christmas eve, and were to he used for the first time next. day. On glancing rapidly through them the members of the vestry were overjoyed to note that there were no advertise ments therein, and concluded that the publishers had sent the wrong b.joks. But publishers are not biuii that way, as the vestry found, to its amazement, the next ' day, when a "large and imposing congregation" rose, with a joyous Christmas feeling in their hearts and sang "Hark! the herald angels sing Bile Beans are just the thing; Peace on earth and mercy mild. Two for a man and one for a child." FOR TIRED fi:i:t. A foot hath of hot suited wvIit. or, better still, of soda and water, tt-.ieves weary and aching feet in a short tiuu. It promotes the clruiilatinii and lvsts the entir lunlv. Tivimtv mImi1iK should be given to tliA bath, the lie.it of which may be easiiy renewed by small additions of boiling hot water. A book or a bit of needlework makes the time pass quickly. ABOUT CATARRH. It is caused by a cold or succession of colds combined with Impure blood. Its symptoms are pain in the head, discharge from the nose, ringing nois es in the ears. It i? cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla which purifies and enrich es the blood, soothes and rebuilds the tissues and relieves all the disagree able sensations. HOOD'S PILLS cure all liver Mailed for 23o by C. I. Hood & Lowell, Mass. ills. Co.. 7 WAR 1)EL'A11T31ENT, U. S. A. PROPOSALS FOR KONA COFFEE. Department of California. Office Chief and Purchasing Commissary, Honolu lu, H. 1., November 10, lS'JS. Sealed proposals, in triplicate, will be re ceived at this olliee until 11 o'clock a. m November 30, 3S08, and then op ened, for furnishing 10,000 pounds, more or less, of Kona Coffee, Island No. 1, not less than two years of age, required nt this station by the Subsistence Department, U. S. Army. Government reserves right to reject In whole or part any or all bids. In structions furnished on application nt this office. PHILIP M. LYDIG, Cap tain and C. S., V. S. Volunteers, Chief nnd Purchasing Commissary. PROPOSALS FOR RICE. Department of California. Office Chief and Pur chasing Commissary, Honolulu, H. I., November 9, 18!)S. Sealed proposals, in triplicate, will bo received at this nlllce until 11 o'clock n. m November 19, 1803, nnd then opened, for furnish ing 10,000 pounds, more or less, of Is land rlee, No. 1. required nt this sta tion by the Subsistence Departmpnt, U. S. Army. Rice must be n good, clenn, fresh-milled head rice, of a white appearance. Government re serves right to reject In whole or part any or nil bids. Instructions fur nished on application nt this office. PHILIP M. LYDIG, Captain and C. S., U. S. Volunteers, Chief and Purchasing Commissary. LANDS For Sale. 1st. 18 Lots at Kalihl, opposite II. C. Meyers' premises. 2nd. t Lots at Kalihl, next to Hon. D. II. Kahaulcllo's new castle. :ird. 4 Lots nt Kalihl, next to Mrs. Cockctt's premises. 1th. 12 Lots nt Kalihl, facing Kame hameha IV Rond, and in front of G. Mnrkhatn's residence. 3th. One Lot 00x200 feet mauka of the Catholic Church premises nt Kalihl. Cth. 10 Lots at Kapalama, lying mauka of King street, about 300 feet from the Kapalama Tramways depot. 7th. 5 Lots nnd Houses at Kapalama, situated mauka of King street, nnd on the Wnlklki side of the Morris Estate's premises. Sth. A Lot of about half an acre mauka side of King street, about 100 feet from the corner of Lllihn nnd King streets. The premises produces an income of $028 per an num; will sell for $5,300. 0th. 25 Lots 50x100 feet in Puunul Tract. 23 Lots 75x150 in Puunul Tract. 25 Lots 100x200 in Puunul Tract. 10th. 0 Lots 100x200 on Nuuanu street, right opposite the old Ice works. About 300 Lots 50x100 at Nuuanu at rear and mauka of the above six Lots. 11th. About 70 Lots in the Kekio 'Iract, "situated opposite the Makee Island band stand. It Is admitted that it is one of the best tracts near the Waikiki sea beach. t2th. About 300 Lots in the Knpahulu Tract. 13 th. SOLD. 14tli. About 1,000 acres In Kenlako mo, Puna, Hawaii; the lands ex tends from the beach to about two miles from the Volcano. 15th. CITY PROPERTIES, etc. Prices are the, cheapest in the market, For further particulars apply to ff. C. id k CI HL ESTATE BROKERS. W. C. Achl, our manager, has had over 10 years experience In tho Real Estnte business in this city. Honolulu, July 19th, 1803. Lovnev's Chocolates, court red. CHOCOLATE BON BONS. For Sale By SOLE AGENTS, juewis co. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Staple and v aney liroeeries. PORT STREET, HONOLULU. P. O. Box 207. Telephone 210. UMBRELLAS. The kind to use. on a rnlnv tin v. A new line just to hand. NEW FURNISHINGS. L,eatlier 13oll We nrc making alterations in an ticipation of a new and large stock soon to arrive. Successor to ly. 15. TRACY. I. O. O. F. Building, Fort Street. THE FAMOUS Indian Medicines Are for sale by our exclusive distributing ngents .... HOBRON DRUG CO. FORT AND KING STREETS. HONOLULU ...H. I. Bailey's Bike Bits ITEMS OF INTEREST TO BICYCLB BUYERS AND READERS. The signs nre that prices on well known makes of wheels will bo cut, and cut deep. One very large maker has made n cut nf :tn i-:i at the same time advertises the fact that '09 wheels will be the same as '1)3, with 30 Inch wheels as an extra Uu at $5.00 more. With cheap bikes and good, thtt trade may be said to have on!; jtmt begun in the matter of quantity of sales. One huinlri1 wlipnla can be sold where onc would sell nt $100, or even $75. Always we have tho cheapest bike in town. A good second hand bike for $15.00. Good for a track or to learn on. Good value any- mi.v, nnj wnere. A special feature made of contract to repair nunctures ami In nln.nn wheel for $1 per month. BAILEY'S HONOLULU CYCLERY, Established 1892. 231 King St. Will not be complete without some of our Pies, flince Pies, Apple Pies, Pumpkin Pies, Lemon and Fruit Pies. Ucsl in Town. Order Early. ALSO Harsh Hallow Cake. Your neighbor will tell you about them. German Balcery. 823 Fort St. Telephone 077 A Short Time Of Discounts. The word bargain has not lost its significance nt our store. We know H is so often misquoted that it has al most lost its meaning, but hero you will find that it is used in its proper sense. For a time it will permeate tho whole store, for bargains will beckon you from all sides. We soon expect a large shipment of new goods and at the present time, unless we dispose of some of onr stoelf, we will bo unable to give it space. An Old Parlor Suit can be given new life under our hands. Let us reupholstcr any Fur niture of yours thnt needs it. HOPP & CO., Leading Furniture Dealers. KING AND BETHEL STREETS. Metropolitan Meat Co. 81 KING STREET. AND HAVY CONTliACTORS. G. J. WALLER, Managpr. Refrigerated Poultry AND CONSTANTLY ON HAND. TELEPHONE NO. 45. FAI KEE, JVIei-oliaia-t Tailor, 433 Nuuanu St., opp. Patiahl St. Repairing, Dyeing and Cleaning. A large assortment of Shirts, Diagonals, Tweeds, Cassimeres, and Broadcloths. Braids, Buttons, Assorted Trimmings, New Pattern Diagonals and Serges. (COMPANY, LTD.) Esplanade, cor. Allen and Fort Sts. HOLLISTER & CO., AGENTS. Wto will doll? 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 norlj than we. Investigation proves that few do as good. All wj ask for it U a fair price not high; not low. Either extreme is dangerous. Anyone who gives us work gets the) best going nt the fairest, squarest price. . i THE IA.IIVXI3JR Office, Union Square, opp, Bell Tower. STERLING,