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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1900. .SEVEN
J It wiU pay you to cnc of your . Tentsand M MACDQHALD'S DMR rgTRl 4 aJL the above, and are in a posi tion to make estimates on all fsB t0 pCpeeKeo 1)0int that spectators on H n . ..., able you to manufacture aerated waters in one minute at your own houee Who will do if? You are going to hare your nous Papered, Painted or Decorated. Who's going to do it? No one does or can do better work than we. Investigation proves that lew do as good. All we ask for it is a fair price not high, not low. Either extreme it dangerous. Any one who gives .us work gets the best going at the fairest and squarewt price. STERLBNGj ipviivter Office: Union Square, opp. Bell Towwr. A 60 THING 4 U 2 C. Ohla, Alagaroba and Pine Flrewflofl, cut and split ready for the store; Stove, Steam and Blacksmith's coal. White and Black Sand at lowent prices delivered to any part of the city Husface Co. QUEEN STREET. Telephone 414 NEW SHIPMENT. Sills: Goods ALSO Grass Cloth, Handkerchief s , Doylies, Table Covers. . . silk mis mnm tic. HANDSOME CARPETS IFOR HALLS AND STAIRS. JAPANESE RUGS-VERY PRETTY PATTTERNS. A large stock on hand to select from, at prices tnat win surprise youi WAVERLEY BLOCK, HOT. L ST. CASTLE & COOKE, LIMITED Commission Herchants. - IACTORS. AGENTS FOR The Ewa Plantation Co. The Waialua Agricultural Co., Ltd The Kohala Sugar Co. The Waimea Sugar Mill Co. The Koloa Agricultural Uo. The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Missouri. The Standard Oil Co. The George F. Blake Steam Pumps. Weston's Centrifugals. The New England Mutual Life In urance Co., 'of Boston. The Aetna Fire Insurance Co., of Hartford, Conn. The Alliance Assurance Co.. of Ton. don. P. O. Box 912. Telephone 803. H. HAMANO, IMPORTER AND DEALERS IN Japanese Provisions General Merchandise BOO Borotanla Stroot Opposite Queen's Hospital. , T.of TT Tin f 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 less. Kindly give us a trial. The German Bakery 823 FORT ST. TELEPHONE 677. WILDER'S8TEHM8HIPG0.,ltd time; table S. S. KlfilAU, FREEMAN, Master. MOLOKAI. MAUI. HAWAII. Changeinsailingof Str. "Kinau On and after Tuesday, Nov. 6, the steamer KINAU will sail from Honp lulu on Tuesdays at 12 noon, for Kau nakakal, Lahalna, Maalaea Bay, Klnel, Makena, Kawalhae, ManuKona, J-.au phoehoe and Hilo. Returning, will sail from Hllo on Fridays at 2 p. m. for above named ports, arriving at Honolulu on Satur days. Passengers and freight will be taken for Makena, Mahukona, Kawalhae, Hi lo, Hakalau, Honomu, Papaikou and Pepeekeo. Passengers and PACKAGES ONLY will be taken for Kaunakakal, Lahal na, Maalaea Bay, Klhel and Laupahoe hoe. S.CLAUDINE, CAMERON, Master. MAUI. Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday at 5 P. M., touching at Lalialna. Ka hulul, Nahlku, Hana, Hamoa and Klpa- hulli, Maul. Returning, touches at above named ports, arriving at Hono lulu Sunday mornings. Will call at Nuu, Kaupo, once each month. S. S. LEHUA BENNETT, Master. MOLOKAI, MAUI, LANAI. Satis every Monday for Kaunakakal, Kamaio, jviaunaiel, ivaiaupapa, L,a.ha. ina, 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 lor any consequences arising there from. Consignees must be at the landing to receive their freight. This company will not hold Itself responsible for freight alter It has been landed. Live stock received only at owner s risk. 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 pany's steamers. Shtppers are notified that If freight Is shipped without such receipt It will be solely at the risk of the shipper. C. Ii. WIGHT, President S. B. ROSE, Secretary. CAPT. T. K. CLARKE, Port Bupt Alexander & Baldwin, Sugar Factors AND Commission Merchants AGENTS FOR THE CALIFORNIA & ORIENTAL STEAMSHIP CO FORT STREET, HONOLULU. Waikiki Inn Pleasant Booms, Eine Bathing, Excellent Table and Service Parties desiring our Wagonette can have It sent to any address by telephoning. HenKN. Aim", Manager tion to make estimates on all work of this kind. CALL AND INSPECT OUR SAMPLES Fort Stroot 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-shrinkable, 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 E00 gallons up to 10,000 gallons. Prices and directions for setting up to be had on application. LEWERS & COOKE. Fort Street. BOBT. LEWERS.. F. J. LOWREY. C. M. COOKE. LEWERS & COOKE, Lumber and Builders' Hardware. DOOES, SASH, BLINDS, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, WALL PAPEB, MATTING. CORRUGATED IRON, LIME. CEMENT, ETC. Refrigerated Poultry AND Fresh SeObtMLora CONSTANTLY ON HAND. Metropolitan Heal Go. TELEPHONE NO. 45. The Book Store! 1 GOLDEN MM BAZAAR 316 FORT STREET. t NEW BOOKS Ex Australia " The Story of the Boers" by Their Leaders (Official.) " For the Freedom of the Sea" by Brady. " Oom Paul's People" by Hlllegas. "The World's Mercy" by Maxwell Gray. "A Maker of Nations" by Boothby. "Foes In AmbUBh" by Capt. Chas. King. "A Maiden's Choice" by Helmburg. " The House In the Hills" by Florence Warden. "A Dash for a Throne" by March- mont, paper EOc. " Capt. Jackman" by Clark Russell. " Hagar of the Pawn Shop" by Fergus Hume. " The Naked Truth" by Albert Ross. " Stranger than Fiction" by Albert Ross. A full list of Gunter's Books. Everything In stationery for polite correspondence and office use School Supplies, Etc., Etc. Wing Chew Lung Co. 212 NUUANU STREET s 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 874. P. O. BOX 837. W. H. BARTH. II. W. BARTH Honolulu Sheet Mclal Works Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ven tilators, Metal Rooflng, Conductor Pipe and Gutter Work. Jobbing Promptly Attended to. Richard Street, between Queen and Merchant Honolulu. HILO, April 21. The John McDonald, which was towed out last Monday and supposed to be fairly started on her way to New York, took several Bteps to Hie rear In the course of the day, and at 9 o'clock that evening was so close to Pepeekeo point that spectators on the bluffs above could look down upon her decks. In five minutes more she would probably have been upon the rocks with her cargo of sugar valued at over a quarter million dollars, when fortunately a puff of wind from the land came down over the high precipice and just touched lior sails and held her there. In a short time the usual land night breeze set In and rapidly carried her from danger. Her precarious con dition may be appreciated from the fact that she was further In shore than the Wilder steamers ever come to load plantation sugar. The heavy northers etpcrlenced for several days this week resulted In such rough weather oil along the coast that the local steamers suspended opera lions entirely on Tuesday and Wednes day and sought winter quarters In Hllo bay. Even here the surface of the wa ter reminded one of a mill pond chiefly because It wns so different. At high tide the lumber of the Hllo Mercantile Company on the makal side of the yard was threatened and a large force of laborers was employed for several hours In removing It to a place of safe ly. Bo heavy a sea Is rarely experi enced here and the wharves and water front were crowded with spectators during the afternoon of Wednesday. The need of a breakwater and other harbor Improvements struck one even more forcibly than on other occasions. The natural advantages of the harbor ! are such that under ordinary conditions ' It Is an excellent port, but the liability , fhnf nnv Hma n Btni.tr! rtt ita ent-t mat' I V-t uv b .....j occur renders it after all no suitable commercial port, until Improved. The captain of the Kollosg. coming ashore alonp In a small boat frnm his vessel soon after hnr arrival on Thurs day, was swamped In the mouth of the Walakea. He was, however, promptly rescued by some natives who happened lo be near by. The old Hawaiian sport of surf-riding has become almost extinct of late in Hllo. During the high sea pf the pres ent week It has been revived to some extent, nnd on Thursday a considerable number of young Hawallans were seen engaged In the favorite pastime of their ancestors. Hllo Tribune. CUSTOMS SEIZURE. SAN FRANCISCO. April 13. Cus toms Searchers Bevan nnd Campbell found In 'the forcpeak of the Doric yes terday fourteen tins of opium of the finest quality, 1600 cigars nnd 140 silk enps that had been stowed away with the Intent to smuggle them ashore. The opium wns found In a teak log about three feet long and elgh Inches wide, hollowed out In such a way that the tins would Just fit into It. The log thrown overboard would appear ns a piece dropped from some wharf and could be taken ashore by a confederate of the smugglers on board the steamer. The customs officials also seized GSM clears on the Government transport Sheridan. T. P. S. C. E. I A pleasant time and good program has been prepared by the Young Peo ple's Soclty of Christian Endeavor, in the Sunday school room of the church , Y. t . I . t i. . . . I mm evuuiui;. nearly invuaiion is given to all to come and have have a good time and get acquainted. CHARGED WITH MURDER. HILO, April 21. Arthur Jleyners, who stabbed Gus Schwartz, wns brought before the District court on Monday last. He waived examination, and was held for the July term at Ho nokaa, charged with murder In the Ilrst degree. BUSINESS MEN'S MEMO. Friday, April 27. The seventh assessment of ten prr cent, or $2.00 per share, due May 1st, delinquent May 15th, on the assessable slock of McHryde 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, 1S99, and 24 -per cent additional on the llrst of each succeeding month, In cluding July, 1900. Sixth assessment of 10 per cent, or $10 per share on the assessable stock of Walatua Agricultural Co., Ltd., Is due and payable April 16, 1900; delinquent May 1C, 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 hare on the assessable stock of Klhel Plantation Company, Is due and payable March 1, 1900. TUB ORPHEUM CAFE Fort Street, In' Orpnoum Block MEALS AT ALL HOURS Only White Help Employed Popular Prlcos HARRY KLEMME, Manager. 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 mmiy people. One application of PACHECO'S DANDRUFF KILLER will give prompt relief. . For sale by all druggists, and at the Union Barber Shop, Telephone 698. I To Prevent Facial Blemishes ffl H Pimples, blotches, blackheads, yellow, motliy, oily skin, rashes, H H Irritations and redness, red, rough hands, Itching palms, shapeless mB nails, and painful linger ends, dry, thin, nud falling hair, with H H Itching, scaly scalp, and slinplo baby rashes and Irritations, no tm agency In tho world so pure, bo sweet, so speedily efl'ectlvo n3 H H Cuticora. Soap, greatest of skin purifying and beautifying soaps. H. It Is so because It removes the universal cause, viz., tho clogged, JW irritated, Inflamed, and sluggish condition of tho Pokes. IilllllK- Bold throughout the world. PotTii Dunn akd Cii Cob-, 0H bHHs"w Son l'rop. Hwton. U. 8. A. llrtlUh depoli k. mr H Mp'Bfc Ntwnrr.Y A Sotn Ixmdon. how lo tf Ml -J. H. & CO.- I. H. & CO. Just-Married Folks Some other?, trfo, no doubt will need furniture for their new homes. AVe're ready to serve them. We have already supplied satisfactory furniture for hun dreds of new homes; we can do ns well for hundreds more. Our specialties for this week consist of a new line of Bed-room Sets IT . irk 1 1 v Coverings nnd Trlimiilnss NEW LINE OF 1 ...Fibre Mats J. HOPP & CO. LEADING FURNITURE DEALERS KING & BETHEL STREETS J. H. & CO. J. H. & CO.- r PI 1.1 I III III1IIL II CHEAPEST HOUSE IN TOWN. Coffee pots IS cents Tea KettleB 20 cents Dlnner-palls (3 pieces) 35 cents Tin buckets 15 cents Galvanized buckets 15 cents Lanterns, from 35 cents up Household combination tool (7 pieces hi one) 15 cents. Good strong knives and forks, 15 cents per pair Spoons, all size, from 15 cents dozen, up. Full Bize oil" stoves 90 cents, 2 burners, $1.75 And everything at similar reduced prices. Why deal of Chinaman and pay more? Large tent, nearly new, for salo cheap. L. S. 31 AT HEWS & SOiS 20 Roretania 8t. Opp. Procress Block ...If EOT I... WE WILL HOLD -A Big Keduction Sale IJV ALL IvIIVISS FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY Now Is Your Chance for Bargains Don't Delay Come Today CHIYA & CO. Corner Hotel nud Nuuiinu Streets OYSTER COCKTAILS IIP 10 DATE, ME IGF MM Lands For Sale Lots in King Street Tract from $1350 to 1500 a lot formerly known as G. N. Wil cox's premises. 20 lots in Manoa Valley for merly Montano's Tract, $3000 a lot. 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 ply to E, I ui Real Estate Brokers January 11, 1900. Iff. G. MIK & CO., Ltd. ffra. O. Irwin.. President and Manager Claus Spreckels... First Vlce-7resldent W. M. Glffard.. .Second Vice-President H. M. Whitney, Jr..Seo'y and Treasurer Geo. J. Ross Auditor Commission Agents, AQENT8 Or TUK OCEANIO STEAMSHIP COMPANY OF SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. CHAS. HUSTACE. J12 KING STREET. TEL. lit. Between Fort and Alakea Sts. DEALER IN GROCERIES and PROVISIONS, Tresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter always on hand. Fresh goods received by every steamer from San Francisco. Achi & Co.