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THE HAWAIIAN STAIl, MONbAY, ApT!fiL23, 1000.
It will pay you To enquire of your
FOR FIFTY YEARS A RESIDENT
the latest invention whichwill en-
able you to manufacture aerated
waters in one minute at your own
Who will doit?
You are going to have your norm
.Papered, Painted or Decorated.
Who's going to do It?
No one does or can do better work
than we. Investigation proves that
few do as good.
All we ask for It is a fair price
not high, not low. Either extreme U
Any one who gives us work gets the
best going at the fairest and square.il
Office: Union Square, opp. Bell Towwr
A GOOD THING
4 U 2 C.
Firewood, Goal, Sand.
Ohio, Alagoroba and Pine Flrewoofl,
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
Hustace $c Co.
QUEEN STREET. Telephone 414
Handkerchief s ,
Sim mis sjnuiB, etc.
HANDSOME CARPETS ' FOR HALLS
JAPANESE RUGS 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
SUGAR - FACTORS.
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Waialua Agricultural Co., Ltd
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walmea Sugar Mill Co.
The Eoloa Agricultural Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis,
The Standard Oil Co.
The George F. Blake Steam Pumpi.
The New EngLnnd Mutual Life In
urance Co., of Boston.
The Stna Fire Insurance Co., of
The Alliance Assurance Co.. of T-on
800 Borotanla Street
Opposite Queen's Hospital.
I Let Us 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 kind, and cost considerably
Kindly give us a trial.
The German Bakery
823 FORT ST.
S. S. KINAU,
MOLOKAI. MAUI. HAWAII.
Change in 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. Kihel.
Makena, Kawalhae, Mahukona, Lau-
pnoenoe ana 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. Kawalhae. HI
lo, Hakalau, Honorau, Papalkou and
Passengers and PACKAGES ONLY
will be taken for Kaunakakal, Lahal
na, Maalaea Bay, Kihel and Laupahoe
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
at 5 P. M touching at Lahalna, Ka-
nuiui, JNaniKU, Hana. Hamoa and KlDa
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,
is.amaio, aiaunaiei, ltaiaupapa, Laha
lna, Honolua, Olowalu. Returning ar
rives at Honolulu Saturday mornings,
This company reserves the right to
make changes In the time of departure
and arrival of Its steamers WITHOUT
NOTICE, and It will not be responsible
ior any consequences arising there
Consignees must be at the landing
10 receive tneir rrelgnt. This company
will , not hold itself responsible for
rrelgnt after it has been landed.
Live stock received only at owner's
This company will not be responsible
for money or valuables of passengers
unless placed In 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
form prescribed by the Company, and
which may be seen by shippers upon
application to the pursers of the Com
Shippers are notified that, If freight
is shipped without such receipt It will
be 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 TOE CALIFORNIA &
ORIENTAL STEAMSHIP CO
FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
Excellent Table and
Parties desiring our Wagonette can
have It sent to any address by tele
We have now completed
arrangements for furnishing
the above, and are in a posi
tion to make estimates on all
work of this kind.
CALL AND INSPECT
R. W. Tanks
We wish to call attention to our
Round Iron Hoop Tank. These have
advantages over other tanks, because
It allows the whole of the outside to
be painted. It is easier put up, and is
non-shrlnkable, and does not pollute
the water In the tank as the so-called
non-shrlnkable tanks do.
We have on hand a large assortment
of Tanks from 500 gallons up to 10,000
Prices and directions for setting up
to be had on application.
LEWERS & COOKE,
ROBT. LEWERS. F. J. LOWREY.
C. M. COOKE.
LEWERS & COOKE.
Lumber and ' Builders' Hardware.
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS,
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS,
WALL PAPER, MATTING.
LIME, CEMENT, ETC.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
MelropoliBan Heat Go.
TELEPHONE NO. 45.
The Book Store!
IDE ill RULE BAZAAR
316 FORT STREET.
t NEW U00K8 Ex Australia
"The Story of the Boers" by Their
" For the Freedom of the Sea" by
" Oom Paul's People" by Hlllegas.
'' The World's Mercy" by Maxwell
"A Maker of Nations" by Boothby.
"Foes In Ambush" by Capt. Chas.
" A Maiden's Choice" by Helmburg.
" The House in the Hills" by Florence
"A Dash for a Throne" by March
mont, paper 60c.
" Capt. Jackman" by Clark Russell.
" Hagar of the Pawn Shop" by Fergus
" The Naked Truth" by Albert Ross.
" Stranger than Fiction" by Albert
A full list of Gunter's Books.
Everything In stationery for polite
correspondence and office use School
Supplies, Etc., Etc.
ing Chew Lung Co,
212 NUUANU STREET
Importers and Dealers In General Mer
CHINESE AND JAPANESE CURIOS
GRASS CLOTHS IN ALL, COLORS
Teas, Cigars, Rattan Chairs, Baskets,
Trunks, Flower Pots, Vases, Etc., Etc.
TELEPHONE 874. P. O. BOX 037.
W. H. BARTH
II. W. BARTH
Honolulu Sheet Melal Works
Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ven
tilators, Metal Roofing, Conductor Pipe
and Gutter Work. Jobbing Promptly
Richard Street, between Queen and
Came to the Island as a Ship's Carpen
ter Early Engaged In the Sugar In
dustryAmassed Wealth. '
James Campbell, for fifty years a
resident of the Hawaiian Islands and
a considerable figure In their Industrial
development, died Saturday afternoon
of uraemia, at his residence on Emma
street, aged about seventy-two years.
The funeral will take place from his
lute residence at a quarter to three
o'clock this afternoon. The services
will be conducted by Eishop Willis. The
Interment will be In the family lot in
Nuuanu cemetery. The pall-bearers
will be: Joseph O. Carter, H. von Holt,
E. S. Cilnha, J. M. Dowsett, and God
Mr. Campbell had been sick for about
three months, most of the time con
lined to the house. He was token ill
while on a visit to the coast. He ar
rived here about two weeks ago on the
Australia, and though well enough to
walk about for a few days, became
worse soon, and died Saturday.
James Campbell was born In London
derry, Ireland, and came to Hawaii as
a ship's carpenter on a whaling vessel,
landing at Lahalna In 1852. There h
took up his trade as a carpenter, and
lived In the family of a white man
known as Barla. He married Hannah,
a daughter of his host. She died about
1X58 without Issue. In the early sixties
ho engaged In sugar planting, and in
connection with Hirrv Turton estab
lished Pioneer Mill plantation. This
was brought up to be a very valuable
property, and shortly nfter the ratlf
catlon of the treaty of Reciprocity,
Campbell offered to sell his Interest to
Turton or buy Turton's for half a mil
lion dollars. Turton bought, though
for various causes the property did not
prosper under his single management,
and Campbell afterwards bought the
property. For the last fifteen or twen
ty years of his life Campbell was not
directly Interested In sugar planting.
Investing his capital In lands and build
ings, both here and on the coast, a fine
hotel In Son Jose, California, being one
of his latest Investments. He owned
much of the land Included in Ewa
plantation, the Ehlers and Ellis blocks
in Honolulu, besides much other prop
erty. It Is estimated thathe was worth
at his death $3,000,000.
He himself said that the principle up
on which he had accumulated his
wealth was In always living on less
than he made. While not prodgal In
his Hberalitv. he gove much to caues
both political and charitable In which
he was Interested. Th? last fifteen
years of his life was spent largely In
travel for the education and pleasure
of his children. Four years ago. while
visiting In San Francisco he was ab
ducted and keot in a house In the
Western Addition for two days and
nights, the purpose being to compel
him to pay a big ransom. One of the
men nlleeed to have been his abductors,
Oliver Winthrop, was sentenced to life
Imprisonment after a trial that attract
ed a great deal of attention.
In 1879, Mr. Campbell married Abigail
Malplneplnf Bright, who bore him eight
children, four of whom with their mo
ther survive. These ore Abigail, and
Alice who iro nt Notre Dame seminary,
f-'nn Jose, Muriel and Mary Beatrice
THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
We believe "'hamberlatn's Couch
Remedy Is the best in the world. A few
weeks ago we suffered with a severe
cold and a troublesome cough, and hav
ing read their advertisements in our
nv n and other papers we purchased a
bottle to cee how it would nffect us.
It cured us before the bottle was more
than half used. It Is the best medicine
out for colds and coughs. The Herald.
AndersonvIIIe. Ind. For sale by ah
dealers. Benson, Smith & Co., agents
The .till population of the state of
Kentucky will Eoon be able to overpow
er the outsiders. St. L'ouis Globe-Democrat.
BUSINESS MEN'S MEMO.
Monday, April 23.
The seventh assessment of ten pt-r
cent, or $.00 per share, due May 1st.
delinquent May 15th, on the assessable
slock of McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd.
Two and one-half per cent assessment
on the assessable Stock of Olaa Sugar
Co., Letd., is due and payable October
1, 1S&9, and 24 per cent additional on
the first of each succeeding month, in
cluding July, 1&00.
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.
Tenth assessment of 10 per cent on
Rapid Transit and Land Company, due
April 1, delinquent May 1.
The sixth assessment of 10 per cent,
or $5 per share on the assessable stock
of Kihel Plantation Company, is due
and payable March 1, 1900.
SCARCITY of water and the partial
cessation of street sprinkling In this
city has led to a very dusty condition
of the streets, which, combined with a
southerly atmosphere causes an Irrita
tion of the scalp and a generally Itchy
feeling In the head with a great many
people. One application of PACHECO'S
DANDRUFF KILLER will give prompt
For sale by all druggists, and at the
Union Barber Shop. Telephone 696.
Fort Street, In!
WEALS AT ALL HOURS
Only White Help Employed
HARRY KLEMME, Manager.
IT a unr f
For the Complexion
To purify and beautify the ikln and prcTent
yellow, oily, mothyikln,
and manr other forma or
kin blemished, no other
li'i&f B kln or complexion aoap
W"Vly Wei if 1 la for moment to be
vumpnreu wjin UUT1-
Cuba Boat, because no
other aoap reaches the
cause. Tit., the cloggtil,
irritated, or tnflamti
condition of the roans.
For Hair and Scalp
Suahpoo with Cotiouba Soap, rinse with warm
water, ciry, ana apply
ft Unlit dressing of Cu
llcnts, xently irubhed
Into the scalp. Thla
will soothe Irritated
and ltchlnif surfaces,
stimulate the hnlr fnl.
, llclcs. clear the scalp
and hair of crusts.
scales, and dandruff,
supply the roota with
energy and nourish-
hair grow, when all else falls.
FOR EVERY HUMOR
-J. H. & CO.-
-J. H. & CO.
Tho Best at tho Lowest
Price at Hopp's
Will the Youngest
Of the four young Indies who,
were examining our stock of
Kindly call npnin, as the desired
stylo can now be had.
Our Asf ortmont Is
It does not pay to buy furniture
that falls apart before ono season's
use is over.
We have ROCKERS that will
stand for years, ami they aro the
ones you should take. The,v Rro
the most serviceable manufactured
and are ALWAYS CLEAN
Old furniture looks like a bright
May Day after leaving our repair
J. HOPP & CO: I
KING & BETHEL STREETS
J. H. & CO. J. H. & CO.
CHEAPEST HOUSE IN TOWN.
Coffee pots 15 cents
Tea Kettles 30 cents
Dlnner-palls (3 pieces) 3." cents
Tin buckets 15 cents
Galvanized buckets 15 cents
Lanterns from 35 cents up
Household combination tool (7 pieces In
one) 15 cents.
Good strong knives and forks, 15 cents
Spoons, all size, from 15 cents dozen,
Full size oil stoves 90 cents, 2 burners,
And everything at similar reduced
Why deal of Chinaman and pay more?
Largo tent, nearly new, for salo
L. S. MATHEWS & SCiN
2fl Beretania St. Opp. Pi nuress Block
....RE-OPENED TO ill ...
WE WILL HOLD A
Now Is Your Chanco for Bargains
Don't Delay Come Today
CHIYA & CO.
Comer Hold and Xminnu Streets
OYSTER COCKTAILS OP TO DATE
For Red Rough Hands
Soak the hands, on retiring, In strong, hot lather
1 UUTTOUKA BOA P.
the great skin
cure and purest of
i tents, wear
r tht- niuht.old.
Iftnip kill vlnvi ITn,
red, rough, chapped hands, dry. flsnuml, Itching,
feverish palms, shnprlisa nails wllh painful
linger ends, this one night treatment is simply
For Sanative Uses
Its remarkable, emollient, clranslng. purify-
inn prnperiics, nenvcu irom
CUTtcutiA.the great skin cure,
warrant the use or Cdtioiib.v
Soap, In the form of baths for
annoying Irritations, Inflam
mations, and chaangs, for too
free or offensive perspiration,
and also In the form of Internal
washes andsolutlons for ulcer
ative weaknesses, and for
manv sanative antlsentlc tur
poses which readily suggest themselves to
women, and especially to mothers. The uso ot
CtTTICURA Ointment with Cctioora Boap will
alto suggest Itself In the severer cases.
Warm baths with Cuticvra Soap to cleanse,
the skin and scalp, gentle anointings wllh CuTfr
cura to heal the skin, and mild dosea of Cuti
cdra KitsoLTENT to cool tho hlood, will allord
Instant relief, permit rest and sleep, and point
to a speedy, permanent, and economical cure,,
when all else falls.
Bold everywhere. Price, TllK SET, tl.M( or. Cirri-,
era Boat, 23c.t Ointmknt, Anc.i Hewlvfht (hati
elzel.AOe. Potter Dxvo akiiCueu. Corp., Sole l'rops-.
Uotton, U. S. A. '
Lots in King Street Tract
from $1350 to, $1500 a 1V
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 Tract..
100 x 200, $1000 a lot.
Etc., etc., etc.,
For further particulars ap.
C. Achi &FCos
January 11, 1900.
f . &. IRWIH & CO., Ltfl.
Wm, a. Irwin.. President and Manager
Claus Spreckels... First Vice-president
W. M. Glffard... Second Vice-President
II. M. Whitney, Jr..Seo'y and Treasurer
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AQKNT8 Or TnS
OCEAHIO STEAMSHIP COMPANY
OF SAN FKANOISCO. OAL.
212 KING STREET. TEL. 119.
Between Fort and Alakea Sts.
GROCERIES and PROVISIONS.
rresh California Roll Butter an&
Island Butter alway on hand.
Fresh goods received by every steamer
from San Francisco.
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