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New 1900 Tennis Goods
FOR RED ROUGH
THE SALVATION ARMY'S ANNUAL
WORK OF GRACE.
THE HAWAIIAN STAB, MONDAY, APRIL 9, 1900.
III III II
It will pay you to enquire of your
druggist for '
the latest invention which will en
able you to manufacture aerated
waters in one minute at your own
Who will doit?
You are going to have your nont
Papered, Painted or Decorated.
Who's going to do it?
No onu does or can do better vnrJi
than we. Investigation proves that
few do as good.
All -we ask for it Is a fair price
not' high, not low. Either extreme i
Any one who gives us work gets tht
best going at the fairest and square
Office: Union Square, opp. Bell Tow
A GOOD THING
4 U 2 C.
Ohla, Alngaroba and Pine Firewood,
cut and split ready for the stove;
Stove, Stenm and Blacksmith's Coal,
White and Black Sand at lowest
prices delivered to any part of the city
QUEEN STREET. Telephone 414
Handker chief s ,
SILK SHIRTS mwm. ETC.
IIAJiDSOME CARPETS 'FOR HALLS
JAPANESE ItUGS VERY PRETTY
A large stock on hand to select from,
at prices that will surprise you I
WAVERLEY BLOCK, HOT. L ST.
CASTLE & COOKE, LIMITED
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Waialua Agricultural Co., Ltd
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Waimea Sugar Mill Co.
The Koloa Agricultural Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis,
The Standard Oil Co.
The George F. Blake Steam Pumpi.
The New Engisnd Mutual Life In
surance Co., of Boston.
The Aetna Fire Insurance Co., of
The Alliance Assurance Co.. of Ton
don. " TT
P. O. Eox 912.
1 Japanese Provisions
BOO Borotanla Stroot
Opposite Queen's Hospital.
Let XJs Do
Your Baking ?
You certainly don't want to be In a
hot kitchen, working about a red-hot
stove such days as these. Save your
,self that disagreeable trouble. Order
all the BREAD, ROLLS, CAKES and
PASTRY here. We'll send everything
fresh; 'twill be as toothsome as the
home-made ltlnd, and cost considerably
Kindly give us a trial.
The German Bakery
823 FORT ST.
S. S. KlftAU,
MOLOKAI. MAUI. HAWAII.
Ghangein sailing of
On and after Tuesday, Nov. 6, the
steamer KINAU will sail from Hono
lulu on Tuesdays at 12 noon, for Kau
nakakal, Lahalna, Maalaea Bay, Klhel,
Makena, Kawaihae, Mahukona, lau
phoehoe and Hllo.
Returning, will sail from Hllo on
Fridays at 2 p. m. for above named
ports, arriving at Honolulu on Satur
Passengers and freight will be taken
for Makena, Mahukona, Kawaihae, Hl
lo, Hakalau, Honomu, Fapalkou and
Passengers and PACKAGES ONLY
will be taken for Kaunakakal, Lahal
na, Maalaea Bay, Klhel and Laupahoe-
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
at 5 P. M., touching at Lahalna, Ka
hulut, Nahlku, liana, Hamoa and Klpa
hulu, Maul. Returning, touches at
above named ports, arriving at Hono
lulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nuu, Kaupo, once each
S. S. LEHUA
MOLOKAI, MAUI, LANAI.
Sails every Monday for Kaunakakal,
it.amaio, waunaiei, Kalaupapa, Laha
lna, Honolua, Olowalu. Returning ur
rives at Honolulu Saturday mornings.
This company reserves the right to
make changes In the time or departure
and arrival of Its steamers WITHOUT
NOTICE, and It will not be responsible
ror any consequences arising there
Consignees must be at the landing
to receive their freight. This company
will not hold itself responsible for
freight after It has been landed.
Live stock received only at owner's
This company will not be responsible
for money or valuable's of passengers
unless placed m the care of the pursers,
Passengers are requested to purchase
tickets before embarking. Those fall
ing to do so will be subject to an ad
ditional charge of twenty-five per cent.
The company will not be liable for
loss of, nor Injury to, nor delay In, the
delivery of baggage or personal effects
of the passenger beyond the amount of
$100.00, unless the value of the same
be declared, at or before the Issue of
the ticket, and freight is paid thereon
All employes of the company are for
bidden to receive freight without deliv
ering a shipping receipt therefor In the
rorm prescribed ty the Company, and
which may be seen by shippers upon
application to tne pursers of the Com
Shippers are notified that If freight
Is shipped without such receipt it will
De solely at the risk of the shipper.
C. L. WIGHT, President.
S. B. ROSE, Secretary.
CAPT. T. K. CLARKE. Port Supt.
Alexander & Baldwin
AGENTS FOR THE CALIFORNIA &
ORIENTAL STEAMSHIP CO.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
Excellent Table and
Until further notice a wagonette will
leave the corner of Fort and King
streets about 5 p. m., for the Inn.
Henry R9. A I my,
Sears & Champion
Old Rackets re-ttrung with
fresh, best English gutat the
Are the Best!
Parauetry Is becoming very popular
on account of its great beauty, dura
bility cleanliness and moderate cost.
We have a few patterns In stock now
and can execute ordinary orders with
out delay. pedal designs are furnish
ed to order only.
Designs and estimates are cheerfully
furnished upon application to the Sole
LEWERS & COOKE.
JOHNSON'S FLOOR BRUSHES,
JOHNSON'S FLOOR WAX,
JOHNSON'S POWDERED WAX,
JOHNSON'S FLOOR RESTORER,
ROBT. LEWERS. F. J. LOWREY.
C. M. COOKE.
LEWERS & COOKE,
Lumber and Builders' Hardwan
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS,
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS,
WALL PAPER, MATTING.
LIME. CEMENT, ETC.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Mropolilan Stat Co.
TELEPHONE NO. 45.
No. 5 "John Street," by Richard
"The Market Place," by Harold
"Richard Carvel," by Winston
Churchill 1 50
"Janice Meredith," by Paul Lei
cester Ford 1.50
"The Circle of a Century," by Mrs.
Burton Harrison 1.25
"Oom Paul's people," by Howard
C. HUlegas 1.23
In Connection with the De WI1
loughby Claim, by Frances
Hodgson Burnett 1.50
"When Knighthood was In Flow
er," by Caskoden : 1.50
"For the Freedom of the Sea," by
Cyrus T. Brady 1.50
"White Man's Africa," by Poutlney
Bigelow . 2.50
"The United Kingdom," 2 Vols, by
Goldwin Smith 4.00
"A Daughter of the Vine," by Ger
trude Atherton 1.50
"BHx," by Frank Norrls 1.25
"A Manifest Destiny," by Julia
"Coffee and Repartee and the
Idiot," by J. K. Bangs 1.00
"U. S. Cavalry Tactics"
"U. S. Infantry Drill Regulations"...
1 GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR
31 FORT STREET. HONOLULU.
Wing Chew Lung Co,
212 NUUANU STREET
Importers and Dealers In General Mer
chandise, CHINESE AND JAPANESE CURIOS
GRASS CLOTHS IN ALL COLORS
Teas, Cigars, Rattan Chairs, Baskets,
Trunks, Flower Pots, Vases, Etc., Etc.
TELEPHONE S74. P. O BOX 337.
W. II. BARTH
H. W. BARTH
Honolulu Sheet Metal Works
Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ven
tilators, Metal Roofing, Conductor Pipe
and Outter Work. Jobbing Promptly
Richard Street, between Queen and
Honolulu Salvationists Raised $125 Last
Yohr from "Giving Up" Hope to
More Than Double the Record.
Self Denial! Self Imposed not as a
punishment, but as a profitable, Joyful
privilege, ror practical purposes. That
Is what the Salvationists In the Hawall
nn Islands are doing this week, In con
nection' with their great annual all-'round-the-world
It Is easy sometimes to give a mere
donation, but to deny on's self to give
the proceeds of that self denial to an
other Is different. This, however, Is
their proposition. They propose not
only to deny themselves of some nec
essary article of food or clothing, or
walk perhaps when they would ride and
slave th'ut, but they Will go further and
invite the co-operation of others In the
same laudable object. The noble soul
saving, home-binding, drunkard-ru-clalming,
harlot-restoring work they no
upon such a magnificent scale, makes
the purpose of the effort and appeal
most commendable1 and worthy.
For ten years past has the Army car
ried out this plan. Springing from the
mind of their great founder and organ
izer. General liooth, It hus year by year
proved a great means of providing
funds to carry on and extend their mis
sionary labors. Every year the result
has surpassed the previous one, and
much of the credit must be given this
effort for the fart that the Army at
present has some 6,800 stations and 14,
441 paid officers, operating In over 40
different countries, and speaking 28 dif
This year half the funds received dur
ing solf-donlal week the world over
will go to relieve the starving millions
Honolulu's contribution Inst year was
only $125. The officers In charge are
trusting that there will be 'an Increase
upon this amount this year. Special
mee'tlngs nre being held all this week In
their new hall over Murray's carriage
shop on King street. The campaign
was commenced yesterday morning at
7 o'cl6ck by Major Wood. Tonight the
Rev. Pearson of the Methodist church,
will speak. Wednesday evening Rev.
Dr. Klncald of Central Union church;
Thursday, Rev. W. Hay of the Chrls1
tlan church, and Friday night Theodore
Richards. Contributions to the self
denial fund will bo thankfully received
by Major O. Wood or Captain Mathls,
postofflco box G1S.
COLONEL BAKER'S FUNERAL.
Was Vith R'oyal Honors, and Was
The funeral of the la'te Col. Robert
Ho'aplll Baker was held yesterday af
ternoon nt 4 o'clock from MllllanI Hall.
The services' were conducted by Gil
bert J. Waller, according to the rites
of the Reorganized Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints, of which
the deceased was a member. The body
lay In state from 2 o'clock to 4, and
during 'this time m'any hundreds took a
last look at the face of the departed.
Ah an Hawaiian alii, descended from
the line of LU'oa, King of Hawaii, the
deceased In his burial received royal
Hawaiian honors, The coffin was
draped' under a' luirplo velvet pall, on
which were arranged the many decora
tions he hnd received during life. Large
kahilis were placed at the head tind foot
of the coffin. Black clad knhlll bearers
waved kahilis over the coffin during the
'time the body lay In ptote. On the
coffin were n number of rare Oo and
mamo feather lets.
The pallbearers' were E. K. Llllka
lanl, Samuel Nowleln, James II. Boyd,
Pnmuel Parker. George C. Becklpy. JI.
F. Bertelman, Robert Parker and Jonn
The Government Band and a detach
ment of police acted as escort. The In
terment was In Kawalah'a'o cemetery,
SATURDAY NIGHT'S FIRE.
About C o'clock Saturday evening the
fire department was 'called- to Harri
son's drying kiln at Kewalo, when a
lot of lumber had Ignited and wis
ablaze. Considerable building material
Was burned before 'the flames were ex
'The hous on Llllha street oceupled by
Catherine fulllvan, the last plague vic
tim, was burned by the fire department
THE EXPENSES OF HIS JOURNEY.
It Is to be hoped that Agulnnldo will
not present a bill for mileage when
ho comes into the union. Minneapolis
THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
We believe Chamberlain's 'Cough
Remedy Is the best In the world. A
few weeks ago we suffered with a se
vere cold and a trobulesome cough, and
having read their advertisements In
our own and other papers we purchased
r. bottle to see how It yould affect us.
It cured us before the bottle was more
ihan half used. It Is the best medicine
cut for colds and coughs. The Herald,
Andersonvllle. Ind. For sale by all
dealers and druggists. Benson. Smith
& Co., general ngents, Hawaiian Isl
ands. BUSINESS MEN'S MEMO.
Monday, April 0.
Fifth assessment of live per cent, or
$1 per share on the assessable stock of
McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd., Is due and
payable March 1, 1900. delinquent April
1, 1900.. Tho sixth assessment of Jive
per cent, due Mnrch IB, 1300, delinquent
April 1, 1900.
Two and one-half per cent assessment
on the assessable s'tock of Olaa Sugar
Co., Letd., Is due and payable October
1. ISM, and 2 per cent additional on
the first of each succeeding month, in
cluding July, 1900.
Third asegment of 10 per cent, or $2
per share on the assessable stock ot
Nahlku Sugar Company, Is due March
Sixth assessment of 10 per cent, or $10
per share on the assessable stock of
Waialua Agricultural Co., Ltd., Is due
and payable April 16, 1900; delinquent
May 16, 1900.
Fifth assessment ot 5 per cent, or U
per share on tho assessable stock of the
Kamalo Sugar Company, due February
1, 1900, delinquent March 1, 1900.
Tenth assessment of 10 per cent on
Rapid Transit and Land Company, due
April 1, delinquent May 1.
Elgth assessment of 10 per cent on the
asm stable stock of Kona Sugar Co.,
Ltd.. due February 2, 1900.
Tho sixth assessment of 10 per cent,
or $5 p, r share on tho assessable stock
of Klhil Plantation. Company, is due
and payablo April 1, 1900.
The fourth assessment of 10 per cent,
or $10 per share, on tho assessable stock
of the Maunalol Sugar Co., Ltd., is due
January 1, 1900, delinquent January 31,
PAINFUL FINGER ENDS
One Night Treatment. Soak the hands on
retiring in a strong, hot, creamy lather of
CUTICURA SOAP. Dry, and anoint freely with
CUTICURA, the great skin cure and purest of
emollients. Wear, during the night, old, loose
kid gloves, with the finger ends cut off and air
holes cut in the palms. For red, rough, chapped
hands, dry, fissured, itching, feverish palms,
with shapeless nails and painful finger ends,
this treatment is simply wonderful.
HOW TO CURE TORTURING, DISFICUFMNC HUMORS.
llatho the affected parts with Hot AVateb anil Cdticuiia Soai, to remove tlio cniato.
anil scales, and soften tlio inflamed, cracked, bleeding, or thickened cuticle. Next ripply
CUTK'UUA Ointment, the great skin cure and purest of cmollluntx, to allay itching, irrita
tion, unci Inflammation, ami soothe-and heal. Lastly, taken lull dose of Ciiiuiba iffSsoi.
vent, to cool anil cleanse tho blood, and expel Humoh Olt.ms.
This slnglo treatment affords Instant relief, permits rest and sleep, anil points to n
speedy, permanent, and economical euro of the most torturing, disnciiriinr, iteliing, burn
ing:, anil scaly skin and scalp humors, rashes, and irritations, with .1 hair, wLcnaik
other remedies, and cen the best physicians fall.
Sold nfrywhrf. I'riw, The Srr. ll.Mi SoAp.J.".,Omr:!iT.ie.,HisoLTi:-;Ti'l De. ,n-rrr.v VI. tun
rj. Corp., Tropn., Hottim.u.3. A. BrltWti depolt K. Nkmdeby AHonb. London. Howlo""-" - .i..,i It..,
-J. H. & CO.-
-J. H. & CO.-
Tho Best at tho Lowest
Prlco at Hopp's
4 Will the Youngest
Of the four young Indies who
were examining our stock ot
Kindly call again, ns tho desired
stylo can now be Imd.
Our Assortment Is
It docs nut pay to buy furniture
that falls apart uuforo one season's
use is over.
Wo have ROCKERS that will
stand for years, anil they aro the
ones you should take. Tliev nro,
the most serviceable manufactured
and aro ALWAYS CLEAN
Old furniture looks like a bright
May Day after leaving our repair
J. HOPP& CO.
KING & BETHEL STREETS
-J. H. & CO.-
-J. H. & CO.-
NEW GOODS !
pVe are just opening a complete line ot
Newest Design In
Iron lieds, CheU'oniors, Bed
Room Hots and all kinds
One thousand volumes just to hand.
Books lent to read. Old books bought
Spectacles to suit all sights from 35c.
up. La Mler's famous opera field glasses
from $5 up.
h. S. 31 AT HEWN ie NGA
20 Beretonia St. Opp. Piogress Block
WE WILL HOLD A
1 1ST ALL XvIISri5
Now Is Your Chanco for Bargains
Don't Delay Come Today
CHIYA & CO.
Corner Hotel ami Xminuu Streets
OYSTER GQGKTAILS IIP 10 DRIE
flllE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Lots in King Street Tract
from '$1350 to $1500 a lot,
formerly known as G. N. "Wil
20 lots in Manoa Valley for
merly Montano's Tract, $3000
400 lots in Kaiulani Tract
from $200 to $250 a lot.
50 lots in Kekio Tract oppo
site Makee Island, $500 a lot,
20 lots in Puunui TracL.
100 x 200, $1000 a lot.
Etc., etc., etc.,
For .further particulars ap
C. Achi & Co.
January 11, 1900-
f . G. IRWIN & CO., Ltfl.
Wm. Q. Irwin. .President and Manager
Claus Spreckels... First Vice-president
W. M. Glffard... Second Vice-President
H. M. Whitney, Jr.,Sec'y and Treasurer
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AQKNTS OF TUB
OCEAHIO STEAMSHIP CUHPAHI
OF BAN FRANOISCO. GAL.
212 KING STREET. TEL.
Between Fort and Alakea St.
GROCERIES and PROVISIONS,
Fresh California Roll Butter and
Island Butter always on hand.
Fresh goods received by very tamecr
from San Francisco.