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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, NOVEMBER 22,.. ,t8j8. FA II. HackfeM & Co. 4fU?OKTUHS AND WHOI.KS.VLHl'.S -OE- Dry Goods, ctach, as Prints, Ginghams, Cottons, Sheetings, Deninis, Ticking, Re gattas, Drills, Mosquito Net ting, Curtains, Lawns. US GOODS, ZEPHYRS, ETC In the Latest Styles. TAILOR'S GOODS. IN FULL ASSORTMENT. Siteaias, Sleovo Linings, Stilt Linen, Itai ian Cloth, Moleskins, Meltons, Sergo, Kaunngarns, Etc. Slothing, Underwear, Shawls, flla-.ketfl, Quilts, Towels, Table Cov e's, Nipkin. U itulkcrc'iiefs, Glove?, Hosiery. Hats. I'm in ell.is, lings uuu L.,t! ii.-ia, Ribbons, Laces and Embroiderios, Cut lery, Perfum ery, Soaps Etc. A LARGE VARIETY OF SADDLES, Vienna and Iron Garden Furniture, Bechstein & reiler Pianos, Iron Bedstoads, Etc., Etc., Etc. American and Europoan Grocers, Lit -uors, Beers and Mineral Waters, Oils and Paints. inc, Lead, Plain Galvanized Iron Hattroad Iron, etc. f Hawaiian Sugar and Rice; Golden Gati Diamond, Sperry's, Merchant's a Eldorado Flour, Salmon, Corned Beef, etc., For sale on the most libera! J;erms and at the lowest prices by M. HACOELD & CO, (LIMITED.) (LSMITED.) GOOD BLOOD Your heart beats over one hundred thou sand times each day. One hundred thousand supplies of good or bad blood to your brain. Which is it? If bad, impuro blood, then your brain aches. You are troubled with drowsiness yet cannot sleep ; you are as tired in the morning as at night; you have no nerve power; your food does not seem to do you much good. Stimulants, tonics, headache powders, can not cure you: but AYER'S Sarsaparilla will. It makes the liver, kidneys, skin and bowels perform their proper work. It re moves all impurities from the blood. And it makes the blood rich in its Iife-Eivinir rroD- (Crties. For MIlniKncM tnkp Avun's Pir.t.a. Tliey rmmptly rollevo nwl nurcly curp. Take tliera with Ajrer's .S.ira.ip.irllla: one aid Ihn other. IIOI.LISTGR DRUG C WHOLESALE AGENTS. merchants and Gont- TBzg to call the attention of the trade to their complete line of Hardware n Crockery Saddiery Etc, Ills and Oils eneral Plantation Supplies. A fine assortment of JCitchea : Furnishings. ray A Agate i Ware Specialty. Haahumanu Street. Hawaiian Electric Company, The cleanest, brightest tafest and really a tbe long run, the cheapest and best light sr use In tho family residence, is the Incan deaoent electric light. Safe; nothing could ba nai or. A few days ago a prominent gen tleman of Honolulu rann rushing down to 4ho of&co'of the Electric Company and said: "Give lue flgures for wiring ray bouse, and I 7iot it dono at ones; no more lamps for mo. Zatsb eight a lamp tipped over and it came 09 near totting Are to the house and burning ta y children and I tako no more risks." TbJo Is the sentiment of quite a number in aH p.at few weeks, who have ordored their -tomes fitted with the perfect light. Jatt think it over and make up your mind "db&t you want the best and safest light; send tSor the Hawaiian Electric Company and tell d&em what yon wau ;. We have a complete stock of everything In bis line and have just received a lot of the very latest designs in chandeliers CARRIAGE TRIMMING. SIS, you want your Carriage or Phaeton sEejiaired or Trimmed, call on 3". "L. DTJSHALISKY, A3 Alakea Street, between King and Merchant Streets. F A. REAL ESTATE BAIIUAIN. (1) . AFine Residence Lot, situated on King street, Honolulu, next to Mr. Alexnnder Young's residence, being the premises of Mrs. Kate L. Vidn. It lias a frontage on King street of 205 feet; depth 300 feet; Young street 203 feet. It has three cottages with 11 large rooms and 0 dressing rooms. Main house has 9 large rooms, 5 clos ets and kitchen. The place - is sup plied with water from an artesian well on the premises. (2) . Four Lots, 50x100, on King street, Knlihi. (3) . One Lot, Knlihi, opposite Geo. Mnrkham's place, 3-4 of an acre. (4) . One and one-tenth acres at Moiliili. (5) . House Lot and Houses, Apua, Punchbowl street, residence of Mrs. Holt. (0). 29J2 Acres at Puiwa, Nuuanu, Honolulu, Oahu. For further particulars apply to J. L. KAULUKOU. Office, Corner of Queen and Xuuanu Streets, upstairs. J Sa General Agent for lluwnilnu Island..: Royal Insurnace Company. Alliance Assurance Company. Alliance Marine and General Assur ance Company. Wilhelma of Madgeburg Insurance Company. Scottish Union and National Insur ance Company. ROOM 12 SPRECKELS' BLOCK, HONOLULU, H. I. THE Popular Beer PEACOCK & CO. (LIMITED.) Hawaiian rert ilizingCo Is prepared to furnish Nitrate of Soda, Bone Meal , raw or dissolved, Florida and Lady Elliot Island Guano Sulphate of Ammonia, Muriate and Sulphate of Potash and Kainite, Coral Lime Stone and Manures. In quanti ties to suit. TO HE HELD ON THE ST. LOUIS COLLEGE GUOl'NDS. Ladles of the Catholic Cathedral Have Charge of It and Promise a Most In teresting AITair. A. I COOKE, Manager. A FINE ASSORTMENT OF Dress : Sillcs ! Chinese and Japanese Teas, Matting, Vases, Trunks, Chairs, Etc. WING W0 TAI & COMPANY, 214 Nuuanu Street, Honolulu. A luuu and fair to raise funds for rebuilding the Catholic church at Ku lllii Waena will he held cm Saturday, December ilrcl, at St. Louis college. The arrangements for It and the management of It are in the hands of a committee consisting of Mrs. Lu ther Wilcox, Mrs. Wong Leong and Mrs. (J. Honghtalllng. They are be lnir assisted bv many ladies from the Cathedral congregation. The niTnir will begin witn a man, which will be served from 12 o'clock until 2. The fair and bazar will then be In progress until 4 o'clock, when refreshments will again be served un til li. For the remainder of the ev ening the fair will have lull swing. The contribution articles to be sold have been many and generous. They include all sorts of fancy articles such as are usually on sale at similar en tertainments, besides many novelties. There will be nil the pleasing features of a church fair. The booths will nil be in charge of ladies connected with the cathedral and their friends. The St. Lous College band will fur nish music throughout the afternoon and evening. The grounds will be pleasingly decorated, and In the ev ening handsomely illuminated. No pains are being spared to make it an interesting and successful affair. The ladies having it in charge announce that everything on sale will he mark ed at a low price and every purchaser will be given good value for the money. A great deal of interest in the fair has nlrendy been manifested, and it is hoped bv means of it to secure suffici ent funds to proceed with the rebuild ing at once. liEVENL'E STAMPS EXHAUSTED. No More of the Familiar One Dollar Stamps. Philetalists and curio collectors will be glad to learn that the supply of one dollar revenue stamps, such as are used on passports and legal docu ments is exhausted. This will give an additional Value to all that are nw in existence. The stamp is the famil iar one bearing the portrait of Kanie linmchu the Great in his feather rob,;. In place of the stamp the depart ments are now using an impression made by n steel die, circular in form, a good deal like a notary's public seal. The impression consists of the words "Hawaiian Stamp Duty" arranged in a circle, within which are the words "One Dollar" and a big figure "1." This impression is made on a piece of paper of suitable si7.e, and the paper thus impressed is pasted on the pass port or other document as a stamp would be. These impressed pieces of ppnnr themselves hnv,. come to Iiavo a value as curios and in stamp collec tions. LOST WATCH FOUND. About four months ago Mrs. Cap tain John Schaefer lost her line gold watch on the streets. Advertising and other efforts to find it were in vain. This morning a native woman took the time piece to Diet.'s shop on Nuu nnu street to have it cleaned. JJr. Diet, found that the number on it and the number on the last watch corres ponded, and immediately telephoned for Captain Schaefer. The woman ad mitted that the watch was found on the streets and gave it up without .my protest, MINIATURE YACHTS. There will be nnother race for mln inture yachts next Monday forenoon Among the vachts already entered are John Mahuka's "24R," Prince Cupid's "Haehaekauianu," and E. H. Mahu ka's "Wild Swan." TO THE THI11D GENERATION. Miss Catherine Booth, daughter of the chief of stall' the general's oldest grandchild has been sworn in as a Salvation Army soldier of a London corps. 'THE BEST PLASTER. A piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlain's Pain Halm and bound on to the affected parts is superior to any plaster. When troubled with a pain in the chest or side, or a lame back, give it a trial. You are certain to be more than pleased with the prompt action which it affords. Pain Halm Is nlso a certain cure for rheu matism. For sale by all druggists. Henson, Smith & Co., general agents for the Hawaiian Islands. The Music Loving People of Honolulu arc in vited to call nnd sec an ex tra line Ghickering Piano Xow on exhibition nt our store. "RAINIER." The Ladles' Favorite, the Men's Preference. Its absolute purity ma ture age and delicious flavor have made Rainier Beer a welcome visitor. It's the queen of all fine beers. On tap or in bottles at the Criterion Saloon. Telephone 783. FOR lit GARDEN. FIELD OR FLOWER can be obtained freni the Hawaiian Seed Store. Tho Latest in Shcot Music nnd nil kinds of Musicnl Instruments constantly on linnd. 3ergs3rom Musis Go. (LIMITED.) Progress Block, Fort Street. George Andrews has established a branch of Trumble & Beebo's nt his King street store where samples of all kinds of Seeds may be obtained. A limited quantity kept in stock. Orders taken for any amount. George Andrews. Turn Your Back On the merchant who says he sells below cost the year round. The man who makes such statements isn't a safe merchant to pin your faith to. We don't sell below cost just a little above. And yet our prices are pretty certain to be the lowest in town, quality considered. It dosen't cost any thing to call ana see lor yourself. -OOO- Russian Linen Crash Suits complete for $12.30 per suit. ooo OPEN EVENINGS TILL 0 O'CLOCK. OOO Medeiros & Decker, Lincoln Block. King Street. THE f COHPANY, LIMITED, Solicit your patronage and guaran tee the finest class of work at reasonable prices. UM mm EMPLOYED. All Flannels and Silks are washed by Hand. Ordinary Mendiner and Buttons Sewed On. Telephone No. 5S3 and leave your oders. ASTOR HOUSE RESTAURANT COR. HOTEL AND UNION STS. AH CHUCK, Proprietor. Tables always supplied with tho best that tho market affords. Private Room for Ladies. Meals t6e Merchant Tailor. Suits to order. Fit guaranteed. Fine Duck Suits $5 up; Fine Tweed Pant 54.50 up; Fine Suits $18 up. Clothes Cleaned and Repaired. 110 KING ST. P. O. Box 144. KWONG YEE WO. Groceries, Island Butter, Pure Kom Coffee, Cigars and Tobacco. Fresh Fruit by Every Steamer. Also Contractor for Labor. COR. KING AND ALAKEA STREETS &3LTig Chan, Merchant Tailor, Suits Made to Order in tho Latest Style. A Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Clothing, etc., made to Order. Light Suts and Linen Suits made to order. NO. 64 HOTEL STREET. P. O. Box 203. Telephone 043. W. A. HON, Clothing, etc., made to order. All Suits guaranteed to fit in the latest style. Cleaning, iSyeing and Repairing. SUMMER SUITS A SPECIALTY. Nuuanu Street, near Hotel. Opposite f- Yip & Co. fin iTn i mm. UU. LIU CARRIAGE- AND WAGON BUILDERS RUBBER TIRES AND ROLLER BEARING AXELS. King Street. Telephone 484. WILSON & WHITE HOUSE, Sole Licensees Hawaiian Islands. 121 Queen Street. m Rambler wheels are selling like "hot cakes," and we are nearly out on several models, but tho Australia, Attn nil the 23rd. will brillir us another shipment of 09 wheels. The price, $30.00, hns caused a run on this popular wheel already and we expect to sell more bi nvnlnu tlila comlm? vetir than in any two years of the past. The wheels that sell in the big Depart ment Stores in the States at from $9.00 to $15.00 have been offered here at from $30.00 to $10.00. We do not sell this kind; they are cheap at no price. Ramblers and Columhlas are the wheels wo sell and you get a reliable mount when you get one of them. 1899 Columbia prices we will an nounce after the Australia gets in. E. O. HALL & SON (Limited.) Corner Fort and King Sts. HONOLULU, OAHU. HILO, HAWAII. "f .uce Waring & Co. 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 PUNAIIOU. Large grounds,, convenient to Tram Cars. LOTS AND HOUSES at "Buena Vista," Nuuanu Valley. BUSINESS PROPERTIES Centrally Located. Lots on Mnklkl 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 Waring & Co. Oilices 7 nnd 8, Progress lilock. THE i6MONITOR" Ik PInibing, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work DIMOND BLOCK 75-79 KING STREET. J.R.SHAW, D.VS. Office and Infirmary, 803 King Street. Telephone, 700. Modern and Humane Treatment. H. HATAOKA, Carpter, Contractor, BniMer and Cabinet Maker Has opened a Furniture Store at No. 137 Nuuanu street, where he will he pleased to receive orders for anything In his line. Pino job printing. Star Office. A GOOD THING 4 U 2 C. Firewood, Goal, Sand. Ohia, Algaroha and Pine Firewood, cut and split ready for the stove; Stove, Steam and Blacksmith's Coal White and Black Sand nt lowest price, delivered to any part of the City. Hustace & Co. QUEEN STREET. Telephone 414. Honolulu Iron Works, STEAM ENGINES, SUGAR MILLS, . BOILERS, COOLERS, IRON, BRASS, AND LEAD CASTINGS. - Machinery of Every Description mada to order. Particular attention paid to Ship's Blacksmithlng. Job Work executed on short notice.