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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, NOVEMBER 29, 1898.
Here's Your Opportunity ! t7 Housekeepers' Plums! We have made Special Preparations for the Holiday Season that cannot fail to interest you. We want you to look at our Snow White Damask Table Napkins, Pure Linen At $1.75 and 2.00 per Dozen. ELECTION OV OFFICERS. . XKZutSSaiGSSBEBmm! We want you to look at our Snow White Damask Table Linen at per yard. mmmmmammmaB We want you to look at our UNBLEACHED TABLE LINE3STS from 35 cents to 85 cents per yard. Pillow Iviraoix at 40 cents per yard. We want you to look at our LINEN TOWELS, Fringed and Hemstiched from 2.25 to $4.50 per dozen. mmasmmxmm. We want you to look at our HONEYCOMB HMD IWRRGELL& BEDSPREADS from $1.00 to $G.OO each. WE WANT YOU TO COMPAHE OUR TRICES AND QUALITIES. DON'T BUY UNTIL YOU HAVE. N. S. SACHS' DRY GOODS COMPANY, LT - c:-::x-K::: IWAKAMI rXXXX"X5 The Great Hotel Street Merchant. TWO STORES Filled with new importations for the Holiday Trade. Japanese Wash Silks. In Plaids and Stripes at Thirty-Five Cents per yard. Gold Gilt Silk Curtain Goods. For Curtains and Sofa Cushions, Twentj'-Five Cents per yard and upward. Kimonas, Pajamas, Furnishing Goods. Our large stock and ample roomfor displaying goods makes us headquarters this season for Japanese Goods. Robinson Block. IWAKAMI. Hotel Street. STOGIES STOGIE S Did you ever smoke a Stogie? Two for five cents. JUST RECEIVED BY Hollister & Oo5 CORNER OF FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS, HONOLULU, X. L For the ; - Toilet, For the Handkerchief Without Rival Maile Cologne. Your Gifts Are not Complete Without A Bottle. At tlio niniunl meeting of the stock, holders of VVIIdcr's Steamship Com pany, Limited, held nt their olllee In thlH pity, November !!, 181)8, the fol lowing ollleeis were re-elected to serve during the ensuing year: t L. Wight, President .T. F. llnekreld Vice President S. H. Itose . . .Secretary nnd Trensnrer W. F. Allen Auditor The above nnined olllcers together with .T. A. King, W. O. Irwin nnd Oco. C. Ilcekley constitute the Hoard of Directors. S..U. ROSE, Secretnry. Honolulu, November 21, 1S!)S. city oi' roi.rMlti v svilors i 1I I.I K VI. Hum Not lleeii Paid for Three Months Rut for Consular Interference the .Men Would Go Hungry. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. At the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Kohaln Sugar Company, held at the oilice of Castle & Cooke, Ltd., on Monday, November 21, 1808, the following olllcers were elected to serve during the ensuing year: s; c- Allen President M. P. Robinson Vice President T. 11. Atllertoil Tniniiini Henry Watcrhouse Auditor . A. Hcnvcn Secretary i lie above named officers also con stitute the Hoard of Directors. W. A. 110W1JN, Secretary. Honolulu, November 21, 1808. THE WAIANAE HOTEL. Waianae, Oahu. Will be open for cruests on nnd nf. ter September 7, 1S98. Rates, $2.00 per day. ALBERT TOOGOOD, Proprietor. If VOU Wllllt niivtliinrr 1rv nr. ,! in The Star. If nnybody lias what you w ish, you will get nn answer. BY AUTHORITY SEALED TENDERS. Will be received at the oflice of the Minister of the Interior till 12 o'clock noon of Wednesday, November foi the construction of road from Knpa hulu summit towards Walalne. Specifications and profile at olllet of Superintendent of Public Works. The Minister does not bind himself to aeept the lowest or any bid. ' .IAS. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. November 11, 1S0S. SEALED TENDERS Will be received nt the olllee of the Minister of the Interior till 12 o'clock noon of Wednesday, November :!(), for the construction of branch road to Honaunau muuka. Specifications at oilice of Superin tendent of Public Works, also at the Post Ollices in Napoopoo and Hookena The Minister docs not bind hinii-clf to acept the lowest or any bid. .IAS. A. KING, Minister of the Interior November 11, 1S9S. ' SEALED TENDERS. Mini nnnii Tinrn in n ins mm ll Woman's Friend The Great Medicine that Gives Nerve Strength Hood's Sarsaparllla Makes tho Blood Rich and Pure, Crontes an Appotlto and Restores Health, Vigor and Vitality. "I feel that I ought to write s fovr words in prulso of Hood's Sirsupnrilla, which lins done grcnt things tor mm. was in a dctlcnte condition nnd wiwateU nt my stomach nnd cousttpntcd. I tveJ remedies highly recommended tor feu .tlo weaknesses, but tho medicines brought on other troubles. I was so wk I could not attend to my household dutias, nud I then determined to try Hood- Hac snpnrilla. After I hnd taken this modietaa a short time I began to gain strength. Z Crow Stronger Each Day until I was nblo to work all day without I lmvo taken Hood's Passengers who returned by the last Kluaii, gne a depressing picture of the condition of the crew of the City of Columbia at Jlllo. The men have not been paiil an thing since they left Seattle. Many of them have families there to whom they have not been able to send any money, and as one of the crew put it. "we don t know whether they are eating or not. The I'nlted States consular agent at ! Illlo has been beseiged by the men to do something for them, lie has been , unable to do nn.vthinjr in the way of , seenrliifr their wages, but he did sac tliein from hunger. The steamer has ! nnv Inconvenience. un up such hiff bills for supplies that ping for constipation, nnd 1 nm better to t was unable to secure anv further -i... i.. r i... i.n,. f,. credit, and the food supply for tbe : sineo tnkw ood.8 Bomnarllta and r he, H,. . ' , T1"' Hood's Pills I feel rested in tho morning, crew, when they learned i s. won- i . . , . , . . in ii mm. i.'ifi,. m i nm less nervous anu am sure x ii in a lage. Mlty or sixty of them sur- 1 . . . ....... rounded Captain Milnor and Mr. ,Tll. , richer nn purer uiooo. iui.vomw.jb eobsen on the street and threatened I becn boll,ercl1 with scrofula, but now I personal violence. The police were nm ri(1 of U' IJcforo ,nst cl,ll1 not nble to coie with them and but lx)rn 1 took 1Ioou's Snrsnparill, and for the suggestion that an appeal be my girl baby was fat nnd strong, white made to the consular agent, it is said niy other child was not well nnd livefi the captain nnd financial agent would to bo only two years old." Mks. R. P. have been rotiirlilv handled. The cnn. ! Deal, Box 419, Missouri Valley, Iowa. sular agent interested himself in the I Cnr(;n. matter and made some nrrnngement mm fffv fit ... with the nierchauts of Hilo by which IT1 J JJ 2 panila lurther credit was extended and the th...i..i i,.ui,.n.Tn,niiMinribr crew are still "eat inc.' i. .he crew have been kept pacified 1 Hood's Pills g&ZFZSZ. by the promise that as soon as the 1 :X:sthen!n'r "f t,,p vrHor;iioiiKON DRUG C03IPANY came the insurance money would be wiinri'mTif paid nnd they could then get i. ! WHOLESALE AGENTS. money. Hut inter rumors have gotten afloat that the insurance was not as much as was expected, a great deal of it having been written contingent on the ship going into the service of the United States government. When it did not it is said this conditional in surance was cancelled. Many of the crew insist that the ship was not so badly damaged as it has been repre sented, and that it is not at all cer tain the underwriters will accept the conclusion that she is a total loss and pay the insurance. In this state of feelinir they have broken over all discipline. Captain j Milnor can do nothinir with iheni. and I In fact, it is said, seldom goes aboard the vessel. The sailors take the ship's boats and go ashore whenever they want to. Taking it all in nil, if what the Ki nau passengers heard is all true, there are parlous times in Hilo. If nn original idea happened to strike some nieii it would simply par alyze them. INI w w w w w vr 73 GET IT AT WATERHOUSSTS. P I ... 3g ss ft i nionnnniiiTiiniT s i. I I- I We fee! justified in making 53 this assertion for the reason Will be received at the oflice of the Minister of tho Interior till 12 o'clock noon of Wednesday, November ,'Klth, for the construction of the tramwny grade at Papiha Landing, Maui. Plans nnd specificntions at the office of Superintendent of Public Works. also nt office of H. Howell, llnnn, Maui. The Minister does not bind himself to accept the lowest or any bid. JAS. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. No ember 0, 1S9S. SEALED TENDERS. Will be received at the office of the Minister of the Interior till 12 o'clock noon of 'Wednesday, November 30th, for the construction of Section 1 of Olna Hond. . Specifications and profile at oflice of Superintendent of Public Works; also at oflice of E. D. liahlwin, Hilo. The Minister docs not bind himself to accept the lowest or nny bid. JAS. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. November 9, 1S98. GENERAL ORDERS NO. 11. An election will be held nt Regimental Headcpiarters on Thurs day, December 1st, A. D. 1S9S, at 7:30 p. 111., for the election of the following officer. One Lieutenant Colonel, First Regi ment N. G. H. Vice Lieutenant Colonel Geo. P. MeI.eod, retired. Captain Pratt of the General Stall will preside at said election. Hy order of tho Commander In Chief. JOHN If. SOPER, Adjutant General. Tor the information of the National Guard of Hawaii and in compliance with Section 9, Act 20 of the Law a of 1695,- tho above order is hereby pro mulgated. J. W. PRAT r. Captain and A. D. C Presiding Officer. Honolulu, November 15, 1898. Fort Street, Honolulu, DR. W. E. TAYLOR. Oillee and Residence, corner Richards nnd lleretnnin Streets. Otllce, Hours: 10 to 4 o'clock and oenings. Telephouo 517. Steady Mny be termed the mnrket for Hay, Grain and Flour. We mean for the be&t grades. Of course inferior Grain nnd Feed is dear at nny price, nnd poor Flour Is not, worth the draynge to your home. You take no dinners ns to (piality when ordering from us, and our prices are in keeping witli the mnrket. WE CjW only the best When you wunt the Pest Hay, Feed or Grain, nt the Right Prices, order from that since onr occupancy of the "Greater Store" we have I made extraordinary efforts in I 5 your hehalf to get the best H j and prettiest goods that j money can buy. and prices " within the reach of all. J In Holiday Art Goods v.-e ' are making a special display s of the following lines: ' Miijoliea, Carlsbad, Uohciniiui, DouKon Fancy, Wcdgewood (In white and hlue, blue nnd Kri'cn.) (jiiecn's Jubilee Jugs, It. A: II. Art Lamps, American and EuropeaK Cut Class. AH in the bnudioniest and Uitest decigiiH. CALIFORNIA FEED CO. Telephone 121. G. E. BOARDRflASU Real Estate Agent. Room No. 1 Spreckels Block. Hns for rent a first class house; has a good sea view; plenty of fresh air, and good dralnuge. One cottage, pleasantly located, for rent. For Sale Four Lots, 75x100, con veniently located, one block from the tram cars. Good air nnd excellent drainage. A healthy place; planted with fruit trees. OKADA & CO., CONTRACTORS, Builders and House Painters ' 205 Queen Street. Honolulu, II. I. Silk Handkerchiefs, Fancy Grnss Cloths, Silk Tfcibbons, Dress Goods, CHINESE SILK, All Colors Woolen Goods, Blankets, Men's Shirts, Shoes, Straw and Felt Hats, all colors OHXJ YIP & CO. NUUANU STREET. Groceries and Delicacies for your Thanksgiving Din ner are very much in evidence here and are. without excep tion, of the PURE FOOD quality. We feel very much flatter ed when people come to this department and tell us that the assortment and quality is of the very best to be had in the city. We are proverbially the leaders in 1S98. I 1 I I 3 I 53 S3 I 3 1 S3 I 51 J. I. WAVERLKY BLOCK, BETHEL ST. 53 S3 I. 31 I' S3 I S3 GROCERIES, HARDWARE AV CROCKERY, ESTABLISHED IN 1851. LEADERS IN 1808. AV AV AV Ii S3 3 AV AV M Dandruff Killer A dry scalp causes dandrulT dandruff causes the clothing; to becomo soiled. A minuta or two each morning and ovtiv ing devoted to tho applying oC our Dandruil' Killer does tho? work. Put up in one sized bottles only. THE SILENT BARBER SHOP; Joseph Fernandez, Proprietor. Arlington Dlock, notel St.