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,jmlrW;.- TJt $$ TVr-r vf-fr !; ' V "Ty-V. 7. Ik';' KwongSingLoyi Ml fill St., "Thorau Block," i Intul TeM. 339 P. 0. Box 207, ; 1) BIG STORES Just Received Men's and Boy's Snits ! Colored T woods $7 GO Diagonals 7 50 English Sorgo G 00 Hoy Suits (ologant) 0 00 Chinese, Japanese and Indian Goods ! KA Complete TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT with Competent Cutters and a complete line of English and American Suitings. Perfect fit guaranteed. A FINE LINE OF GENTS' HATS! "Wicker Ware in Great Variety. 51-53 King Street & 407 King Street. "" GOO KII3VE. 411 NUUANU STREET. Importer aid Dealer ii Eorpu Dry anil Fancy Goods Ladles' Wares of every description. Also, fresh lino of Chinese Goods. Pongee Sc "Wfrite Silk. Pajamas No. 1 White and Colored Mattings I Best Black and Green Chinese Tea. Crepe Shawls, Etc. 3er,ohla.:n-t TAiLOiiisra. f& Fit Unnrnnteed. 1'rlccs Modcrnte. -J !Aau.'bia.l Telephone 642 " O R D W A Y A N D P O R T E R F U R N I T U R E Motaal Telephone 645 D E A L E R S TBLUFHONB MB CI1AS. JJUSTACK. IMPORTER AND DEALER IN GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED. Presb California Roll Batter and Island Butter IT ALWAYS ON HAND j0B lot Goods BecelYed by Every Steamer Irom San Francisco All Orders faithfully attend to. ollolted and packed with earn. Linooln Block, Kino Stbket, BUTH TMMIFHONKB 240 LEWIS Ill JTOKT InriLin a rs, Importe w II II v 110(111' Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies Fretb Goods by Every California Steamer. ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY. Islands Obdkbs Homuitkd. a7 0T Satisfaction GtuiUNTim THi.HPHONB W 1'. O IIOX W H. E. McINTYRE & MU)., IkirUBTKIUI AND Groceries, - Provisions - and - feed. Nw Omnia KwhWH by Kvery Fneket from the KasUirn HtHlk uit Kurope. KlirWH CALIFORNIA PRODUCE - HV EVERY STEAMER All Onlsrs fllhlnlly wtUtmletl to and Uoods Delivered in siif Purl of Urn Oily I'HKK. LAND OHIilM tSoMOITKII HATWUnTKl (Hi HI HI ru AliT OOKNHH rilll'l AND KIWI HTKICKTH, SING LOY i 01-08 Hot St., aitr liuailu Si Mutual Tele. 68b P. 0. Rot so?. H A W A I I A N Bell Telephone 525 I s L A N D S -I'. O. BOX 87V Kalisfnutlnn guamnU-ed lalanil Oritur. IJkt. Font and Alakka Sthkktb. -f I) itox m & CO.. STKKBST. .IT lntnll I U UCUtll u DKAf.CIM M ) $tx hit M itorr BlTE is k !$et Bites, r -Bruises; ?", ScaUs All Dvuaaij Hollister Drug Co., L'd, AOKNT8 FOIl Perry Davis' Pain Killer 623 Fort Street, Honololn. Vj- 10 to 20 Lbs. MORE ABOUT BICYCLES! The "Cleveland" l M-lHtltllW'ttll) IDIHU'lflnl, liiiinlllill ill n.ii'iin.'i' nml l" Jn-t I-.' mnliih i'ln"il !( nny oilier make. A psmphli-t eiiHth-d Himid Hiii In Hidri'ilnn i'ynli," mill "i'i i ri.AM." Catalogues fri' nl II i i.i'U'i i" Aijfnoy, Mei- chant Hired. H. E. WALKER. Afjont. 10 to 20 Lbs. T-N 1?(l! SAI.K A l.nl (!, HiiHnr..) mi Wil der Avenue; tloo.1 Hiiiim, (lrt-clHH liiipiiiwiui'iils- l.oo'l. IOUKAI.K Acres of (lood Cnll.e 1 l.:itnl, f. Iiiv.i; llvi' liiileo fr.im luwil- f'l'l. Ij'OltHAI.rc-lienlrHliI Iniprnved 1'rop uly on I'ntii'lihriwl slrri'i, nrnr I'm lure Witlk, -i blH, 'J llomeii ndlnliiliiK- I70KSA1.K lloiirini lil, Olileken I JIii.imi, hliilne, (.'iijii'Ii JliMI"!1, ht ... ill KHlllil-l,i.'J f.-'ltlt UK NT -I'liriiiHlied or Unfurnlsl.r.l I JIiiiim.. in hii jmrtM of the cily. AW Kniiiiic Ittl KOKT STltlSKT, In (ierti'N Hhofl Kuire, oppisito Miiy'N Krocery. liuvtl FOR SALE ! 400 Acres MOUNTAIN LAND Hnltulile fur liruliiK. fenctd on tttO -llll'H .'tti, 1,000 Acres, a Large Galcli, .11 Aeri's oi iitorn xilltalile for Coili'f Hf. &ft KiHiiiri D DAYTON. 117-1 llll i Men Imul -i.ret. HEAOJJ GKOVE W A I K I K I Bathing and Picuic Resort !" r 1 'n in 1 1 i-H, LiidltH mid Clilidren. n iiir ur i. ti i r. UUAS. I'. WARNEH, : : : : Miuiutr. M. T. IJONNHLL, l'ATr.S1i:i" AMI Mtl.K MASI ItOTI'IIHI ok Tin: New Patented Pol Strainer tW All lird.rh or I 'i.iii iiki mi'Ht kuim iiddii-hi'd I- I. tl Hull A r-on l.'d.. (wliu Imvi' Hum on -air) or to M T. )oiiiii'll, mil riii'Uii proiopi nttenlloii. I IN ll A Now Abstiuonco Plnn. The tidal wave of (oinporaitco in Now Zualand t'ontinuofl lo riso littli or autl Lighor. J5ttui? Ir gaspiiiL' iu its icy wash, wliilo tlio discunsolato oxiles from CaU'donia atorit nud wild wandor rouud iu anarch of tho "whisky" that is becoming daily hnrdor to got. The presont Licens ing Hill hofnro tho Legislature brings the toototallcrs almost with in sight of thoir promised land of prohibition, and if things go on as t hoy aro going soon thore will not be "a pock o' maiit" brewed in tho country. It contains on clause which is intended to abolish tho drunkard straight away by photo graphing him (at his own expense), ami hanging the picture up iu every hotel, with an intimation to the publican that the original of it is not lo bo supplied with any more drink. When this gets to work every Now Zealand bar will bo turn ed into a veritable art studio, nud before anyone can wet his whistle it will bo necessary for tho publican to go carefully over the pictures to satisfy himself that the counterfeit presentiment of his would-be cus tomer is not amongst them. If he makes a mistake it will be at the price of his license. Rut imagine the feelings of the unfortunate man who, while knowing that his photo adorned nil the bars of all tho hotels iu tho laud, was yet prohibited from getting one drink. Only a water intoxicated savage would submit nny fellow-creature to such barbarous punishment. Sydney JMitii 7e And This Is Ono of Thorn. Thero are sotno truths that ought to bo blown through a million speak iug trumpets every hour; that ought to be printed iu big type on tho front p.igo of every newspaper; that ought to be painted on every sign board at the crossroads; that ought to be taught in every school. Ami this is one of them: TUtrr no iki thing un utrth ua ci tonic mnticliic. I'eople talk of ''ionics" and doc tors talk of "tonics." l'shawl Whou a country is discovered iu which no food sltilTs are ever raided or im ported, and in which the men, women, and children are all well and hearty, wo may conclude they sub sist on some sort of "tonio." Tho mischief this delusion about ionics has done is beyond calculation, ll leads tho sick to lean on broken reeds, to expect relief from n source from which it is simply impossible that relief can come, lo waste money iu buying "tonics," and precious lime iu waiting for these alleged "tonics" to work miracle. Mr. Thomas Foster, of lf, Cha tham IMace, Adelaide street, Hull, iu an account of a recent illness says, among other things, this: "1 then tried Htomach touics, but they tlid me no good." Suppose wo have his whole story, which is short, and make our com ments on it afterwards. He snvs: "Up to tho mouth of .lime, lS'.if, I was strong and healthy. At that time I fell into a low, weak condi tion. 1 felt languid and heavy, nud was always tired. I hail a foul WiHte in ihe mouth, ami a drend ful pain in the chest ami sides after eating, whilst my rloinm-h vim llkr it lniriiliKj tire, I was much troubled with wind, which seemed to roll all over me, and 1 hail r. con stant belehiug anil rising in my throat. I was iu mimi tUty and nlilit, and for hours 1 walked about the room rubbing my chest in the elTort to obtain relief. I lost a deal of sleep, and felt worse tired iu the morning than when 1 went to bed. Gradually 1 became weaker ami weaker until 1 had hard work to fol low my employment, for, ien in nirry all tho time. "1 went to a doctor, who sounded me and gave me mcdiciucx, but 1 got no relief, and after tailing his medicines for a mouth, I left oil" going to him. 1 then trial atmniiclt timii'n and other medicines but noth ing diil mio any good. In this state I continued week after week, grow ing more fooblo all the while. 1 felt that if 1 did not soou find a remedy I should bo done for altogether. "In October, 1MH, a book was left at my house telling of a medicine called Mother Seigel's Curative Sy rup, ami describing a case like mine that had been cured by it. As I had often heard this medicine well spoken of, I made up my iniud to try it. ami got a bottle from Mr. Cousins, iu Aulaby Road. After I had taken two doecs, I felt grateful relief, and before I had quite lininli ed tl o bottle I was completely cured, and base since been in the best of health. "J tlmilk (lull Hull lliia iiitilicme una rvrr untile kii'jit'ii In inf. ( )i hoi wise 1 should have been iu my grave before now. I will answer mi one who may write mo concerning the facts here set forth. Yours truly (Signed), Thomas Poster, In, Chatham I'Jnce, Adelaide Street, Hull, Match 21th, 1KI2." Now let us see. Tho symptoms of Mr. Foster's complaint nie easily rccognihahic. He Millercd fiom in digestion and dyspepsia. Tlio medi cines administered by his physician or purchased by hiuihelf prosed use less because they woio not addressed to the disease with which hu was actually nlllictod, but possibly toono or more of its symptoms. To abolish any existing evil it is always i um-a we must work At never ineio conse quences. Tho "stomach Joules" which Mr. Poster hoped might relieve him may have done so for a moment on pre cisely the name principle that a sharp application of whip ami spur wakoH up a tired horse, not by giving him strength, but by rousing his rerun ed nervous force, with a deeper reaction to follow. 'Hint's how it ever was and will be. Mother Seigel's Curative Syrup restored this gentleman lo real and genuine health by cleansing his sys teiu of the poison of disoaMt, re moving the obstacles and enabling the stomach to retain and digitt food. A very simple thing, yet ln. hard to accomplish, oh! my masters. This remedy does It, Iioukvci, an is testified by a host of witiiosf.es all over the world -witnesses who hay more Iu praise of its merits than you would have tlino to read. olden liiil.' kovoop Ml. W. F. Reynolds, : : Prop. XiUAS, XMiVS, XMAS. Presents for Everybody Chh A'myi Talks and Thtrtfora Cash Prices are Made. HANDSOME GIFT BOORS At Piibll-liors' Prices! Illhles nnd Prayer llooki, Kino Bocluty Kote Paper in latest Myle, 1 Jiwn Tennis Hupplle-s ' Xiims Cards, Calendars nnd Ilooklets, NOVELTIES ot all Descriptions I 1'nluts nnd Painting lluotts, (lemilno t X I. Knives nnd Itnzors, i I it i r llni-liesnnd Combs, Velocipedes and Wngoni, Domestic Skwmno Machines llnnd Sewing Machines tM Up, Hliavlti Mug mid finishes, (InlUr-from UJ Up, DollS and TOVS In Orent Variety; Leather Goods In Purses, Diaries, Pocket Hooks. Kin., Klo., Ktc, Drawing Mnlirinls. And Don't Forget we have added n News Department And nil Hiili-crliillono will linvo Prompt Attention. Orders (or Mtulo by Every Steamer. Fiist Anniversary iali OKTJIK AMERICAN LEAGUE Wl.l ! held nt INDKPKNUKNUK PAItK Monday, November 19. 1894 I.ITKItAUY KXKKUIHKU roinnirhr.nl s o'clock. (I It AND M AKCII nt ll o'clock. Admission, loclnnlng Lady, $1.00. L,.",J'i . WENNER "& CO. Postiivnly Ida Last Month THAT TIH.SK Goods will be on Salel RVRRYTHINfi G0ES kkgakd. BiDiuininu Li.:ss op cost. The European Lunch Rooms CHOCK HtNtl, Proprietor, Hotel Street, nenrly opposite Jli'lhel Klnet, Ffrst-Clats Mails at Moderate Prices At nil Hours. Pntronngn 8illclled. W.7-aiii THE ARLINGTON -A. Kamily Hotel. IVr Day $ Per W'.ek $12 M'MIU. MHNTIII.V RVTIW. Tho Jh-st of AllendHiiee, tln llfl.t Hltimllon nnd Hie Finest .Meals in the. City. T. KR0USC Proprietor. TO ZJT A I.AUUK KlIltNIHHKD H noon i for slngUi gen. tlemsn ultanted on ifcre-, tanlti street. 10 m uittes' walk from Post Ulllee. Address "U. this olllce. 1082-tf TO LEX Mh ...., .,rM iweaunioKii Bireeu Apply to i.e.w in j. i.HVKY, U4l-tf Auctioneer. HOOMS AND BOAHD. DOOMS AND llOAItl) m IV for n few purHiniH can he nun in iiiinitwii, on tliu Will klkl heauli. W. S. llAHTI.KrT. ll7.Vtf Proprietor. TO LEASE AKDUNtSIIKD COT luge, cuiil rally nnd ilusHniitly locitied. will ho a 'en nl in n liiolernte rt'litil for a term of live years. Apply ni tnls olllco 1171-tf TO LET A KKW I.AIKIK AIKY 1Y Olllrvs iu rent on muderaiH lerms on tho herniid llo ir of I lie Hii-ec- nffflBJJ- neit imiiK iihk-k ApiUVWl Uttl-Sin Wm (I. IHWIN .V CO., I.'n. TO LET I WAIKIM ON Til It J Hi mil, comtortnol 'iiiuriers for em. or two Bin tin (lentlemen: lioitrd on. ! iliimil, hnthlng fsnllltiKu goiMl, Korpurll militrH eniiiilrH ll-Vhlf IIUI.I.KTIN OKKIOK. TO LET PltKMIHKH ON 'IMIK 1 Nidiool and I'.miim IwbL lieelH, luti'lv In I he I'cmi. I'l nil ot Mr. (lee. W. riinilh, nnd known ns "Kehehunit." For finlliir puitliMiUrs apply nt the iilllrc of 113.1-11 UKUII, 1IUUWN, Finest IS MADE FJiOM c&c FLOUR "Wliiter ! I'riccH below any other Theo. H. Davies tk Co., L'd. SOLE - A Empire Saloon, Onraer Betel ft Riaaia Wracta -CHOIolc OLI- Pimllj Wines and Brandies A BPKdlAl.TY. PORT SHERRY 83 Years Old Bl. 1ST. RE3QXJ-A., l(r.l MANAQKK. (flin Commercial -:- Saloon HfcRRY KLEMME, Manager. Cor. Nuiianii A lleretnnla tits,, Honolulu. Tbe Only Sporting Hoast In Town. O. P. S. a Specialty LOhenOrln LlOer Beer Always on Draught 2 Glasses for 25c. ilest of Wines, Liquors and Clgurs alwnya on hand. Merchants' Exchange B. I. SHAW, Proprietor. Choice Liquors and Fine Boor! KKI.I. TKI.KPHONK 401. Cor. King and Nuunnn Htreet, Honolulu. AT THE ANCHOR Oyator Oocktalia I Hauer Brunnen I Erederlckaburg Beer I Straight and Mixed Drinks Of All Kinds and Kelt Quality. Bunthweat Corner Hag k Wattanu Bta. METBODIhT Episcopal Church Services! OKOINNINM ON HUNDAY. OCTOHKIl I- lltli. reuulur inornini' and viiiiIiil' MTVieci will Iw held hy thu MulhiKllat KpU- opal I hureh of Honolulu. ItK. II. V. I'l.CK, Pnsior, In tho hull, ut the corner of Fori nnd Hotel streets (TIiIsUh, formerly Annexiilliiii Ululi ItoouiN). A formal nrgiiuhmtlnn of this Cliuruh will luku plai'u on Hunduy, NevemU-r I. All Chrihliuus notiiillllated with nny other Kvangelleal iihuiuh nru Invlled to unite In tills iirgiiuldillon. IUi7-lm JOHN T, BROWN, Denier In Hnwnllan and Foreign Postage Utnmps. P.O. Ilex 411, Honolulu. Highest prices given for Unused and Used Hawaiian Hlamps in exchnune for oilier countries from llrnUelass approval sheen HheelH forwnrih'd te nny part of the Islands en application vsllh town referenee, J. 1. It, l open to meet illy collectors by apolnl intuit. Ill'J-am V Bread Stronger ! Standard Flour in Market. - O - EHSTTS. NEW Grocery -. Store ni! NIHIANU HTKKKT, lletweon Hotel nnd King Street, next to olel nnd Shooting I! uaiiery. GEO. MCJLNTYRE Has opened n First-class (Irorery Store ns nlKive. iln will keep always on hand the Hull and Freshest American and English Groceries Provisions, Spiccn, Canned Goods, Etc., Ami do his best to please all Customers. -(A. Purchases delivered to all parts I of the Cily. I mm ss7. Criterion Saloon W1ELAND - EXTRA - PALE Lager Beer ! 2 SCHOONERS FOR 25 CENTS ohas j. McCarthy, H&l-lf Manager. To All LoTen ot Set Bathlagl IT-jAlSTrWA-I BATH HOUSE WILL UK KltrT IN F1HST-CLASS STYLE v W. S. BAETLETT. tmr N. 11 bnecinl An-om modal ion for .adieu and Oliildien. Uf-lm ;PeoplB.s B,00,g9 ExprMI Wll.li OA1.I, ANY I'AKT OKTHK City for llAddAOK. All llaKKUge I received liyusulll he handled with care and dispatidi. Waggons will he on tho ' Wharf ut meet all Foreign nnd Inter 1 Inland Hteamers. Moving Planus and Furniture a speuinlty. Olllce United i Carriage I'u. anil l.lvory Htahlus, corner of iiig noil run nuciuti. nexv itj r u. jinn A' Hon. Until IVIhiiIiiiiics 'si. llllliu M. T. MAHHHA1.I.. DAVID DAYTON - Wll.I ATTKNDTO- MioomBDl and Sale o( Propertj AB Cillectlai in All Iti Iranoiei. Orriuai No, l Merchant threat.