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A BONAFIDE CUT.
Notable Meeting In Bos-
Our Entire Stock Of Men's
ton on the Subject.
THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, NOVEMBER 26 1897,
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That's Ayer's. Tho same old sarnwrHIa ?.: it was
made and sold 50 years ago. In the laboratory it is
different. There modern appliances lend speed to skill
and experience. But the sarsaparilla ia the Fame old
sarsaparilla that made the record 50 years of cures
"Why don't wo better it? "Well, we're much in the
condition of the Bishop and the raspberrv: "Doubt
less," he said, "God might have injvie a better berry.
But doubtless, also. Ho never did." Why don't we
better the v.rsapurilla "We can't. "We are using the
same old ;dant that cured th Indians and the
Spaniards. It has not been bettered. And since ivC
make sarsaparilla compound out of sarsonarilla plant,
we see no way of improvement. Cf courts it wo were
making some secret chemical compound, wa might....
But we're not. We're making the same old .sorsr.parilla
to cure the same old diseases. You can tell it'3 the
same eld sarsaparilla because it works tho same
old cures. It3 tho sovereign blood pur:il;r, and
Massachusets Reform Club Listen
to Captain Julius A.
r You wish to set vour
Groceries fresh and cheap
give us a trial and we will
endeavor to show you
what we can do in this line.
Now that Thanksgiving is
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Hollister Drug Co., Agents.
This Week We Offer Special
Drives in Wheeling, Shoes:
MEN'S Monkey Skin Bicycle Lace Shoes. Ball
bearing (L. A. W.), $3.00 value, Cut to . . . .$195
MEN'S Monkey Skin Bicycle Oxfords. A few pairs
left from last week s drive; we will continue
BOY'S Tan and Black Kangaroo Bicycle Lace Shoes,
$2. jo values, Cut to
LADIES' Tan and Black Bicycle Oxfords. Best
qualities made. Formerly $3.50, Cut to . . . .
LADIES' Gray, Black and Tan Jersey Leggins, light
weight, first quality $.o, values, Cut to ... .
BARGAINS ALL OVER T'.IE HOUSE. The Highest
Shoemaking.at lowest cash price possible.
426 and 426 Fort St., Corner of Hotel St.
E. J. MURPHY anl J. S. LYNCH, Managers.
ROSTOX. November 13 The Hawai-1
Ian question was discussed at the din
ner of the Massachusetts Reform Clubi
at Young's. There were about 100 drawing near it will pay you
members present, and Edward Atkin- fQ cajj inSpeCt OUr StOCk.
son presided. Captain Julius Palmer,
formerly secretary to Queen Liliuoka- ye suggest the following,
lani, and Morfleld Story spoke , to loppo- w h j make aThatlkS
sition to annexation, and Professor Ira r
N. Hollis of Harvard University and giving dinner a SUCCeSSI
Gorham D. Gilman, Consul General 01
Hawaii, in favor of it FRESH APPLES;
Captain Palmer, who spoke first, FRESH LEMONS;
said: "We do not need Pearl Harbor. FRESH CRANBERRIES;
They have ceded Pearl Harbor to us CRANBERRY gAUCE
but it is of no use. I would like mj (In hottles and tins).
naval friends to explain what they call
strategic importance. I cannot see
how, if we were at war with Spain, the GUAVA JELLY;
Azores would be an advantage to us. FRESH APPLE CIDER;
"The Hawaiian Islands should be BOILED CIDEK,
neutral ground they are neutral (For making Mince Pies) ;
ground at this moment by the guaran- MINCE MEAT;
tee of four great nations. By our treaty HAMS;
of reciprocity the islands agreed to ai- BOTTLED PIE FRUITS;
low no otner power 10 assume a. pro
tectorate. Now, if we propose to as
sume control in Hawaii we should in
vite all the great powers to a confer
ence. We want not to teach land-get-
tine but to teach the principles of
Morfleld Storv said that the present
Government in Hawaii was in power SPICES;
simply through a revolutionary act MORTON'S PLUM PUDDINGS;
which depended for success on the sup- ATMORE'S PLUM PUDDINGS;
port offered by American bayonets. NUTS;
So far no vote had been cast in the
matter Wo Tinri rm riplit tn fitpnl the
islands'. It was said That we needed MORTON'S CANDIES;
the Islands in case of war. The states
men who now threatened our peace
were not of foreign governments. The
preachers of war were all to be found
under the dome of our own capitol.
Professor Hollis said: "I do not be
lieve either that the Sandwich Islands
are governed by a lot of unmitigated
liars nor do I believe that the United
States is governed by a set of scoun
drels." The speaker drew a picture of
the inhabitants of the Islands and said
the Sandwich Islands had come to be
almost a part of the United States and
he believed it was for the best interests
of the Islands to be annexed. The only
salvation of the natives depended upon
us and on us alone.
The discussion was closed by Mr. j
Gilman, who took the ground that
thprft was but one solution of the Ha
waiian question, and that was the an- Q
White Bodies and Colored Bosom:
And Solid Patterns Throughout.
SI.QO EACH. $11 DHL
See our corner window exhibit.
This is a Genuine Bargain for any one wanting Shirts.
1 MIXED PEAL;
ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC.
Every dollar you spend here gets it's full value.
Our harness is made to sell at the prices we quote.
If it were possible to sell lower, we'd do it. Ours is honest
harness sold at honest prices. Harness that keeps' our old
customers and secures new ones every day.
C. R. COLLINS.
P. O. BOX 496.
And ot Mil
King St., near Mann St., Honolulu.
Boys'and Girls' Remingtons
nexation of the Islands.
A Great Variety of
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The JUVENILE CRESCENTS are strong and built on lines of beauty.
Makes the handsomest and most durable of Holiday Presents.
No better value in the market.
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Ehlers' Building, Fort St
T. V. KING, Manager.
H. E. Mclntyre & Bro.
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STS.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries. Provisions and Feed
Several Selections on an
Following is the program for the en
tertainment at Iolani School on Fri
Song Come, brothers tune the lay..
Recitation Othello's Apology
Selection Violin and Piano
A. May, H. Koelling, J. Aea.
Dialogue Quarrel of Brutus and
C. Jenkins, H. Rickard.
Dialogue The Singing Contest
G. Baker, T. Andrews, D. White, M.
Recitation The seven ages of man
J. Aea, J. W. Whit, J. Keliikoa, J. Kel
lett, J. Anderson, G. Kellett, E. P.
Hatfield, H. Hart, A. May.
Recitation Billy Hood
Recitation Mercy Shakespeare
Song Mai Poina Hopkins
Recitation From Richard II
(With Piano, organ and violin accom
Accompanist '..J. Aea
Parents of the boys and friends of
the school are cordially invited to at
tend. Tram cars will leave for town
at 8:50, 9:10, 9:30 and 9:50.
OF every description, from a
w ' ' ' rs
spoon to a candleabrum. Consult
our large stock. g
If vou do not find it there, there'll
be very little need of looking else-
I rttc rtf now nirp h3VP latelv ffl
IiVJ L J Vl ' j
me in, many new wrinkles,
which we will be glad to show g
WICHMAN returns from his w
annual purchasing trip, and we
have indications of an unusually
Having decided to close the Criterion
Barber Shop on Thursday noon, Messrs.
Pacheco and Fernandez announce that
their business will be exclusively con-
ducted in the new parlors, Arlington
and Fresh Goods Received by Every Packet from California, Block, Hotel street, on Saturday, No-
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Eastern States and European Aiaraia.
noa of nanned Vegetables. Fruits and Fish.
Goods Delivered to Any Part of the City,
Island Trade solicueo.
P. O. BOX 145.
9 BERETANIA ST.
Umbrellas and Parasols of All Descrip
tions Made to Order, Repaired
IS THE FAVORITE place for the
finest liquors only, and the best dis
tillers of the United States Can
ada and Great Britain are represented
1V1 r rtinoff. I Best brews of Beer, either on draft or
in hottles. mav hp hnr! nt nil timps.
tr-cr,. v.ww., ,. w. M. Cunningham, Proprietor o
"THE QUEEN, Nuuanu street this well-known resort, has been in
Books experted, new sets of books the business for many years, and is a
nnpnpd. accounts examined, differences connoisseur in liquors. His establlsn
adjusted, etc. ment is always orderly, and, with the
For many years connected with the services of his assistant, Mr. Thomp
Antrlo Californian Bank. Ltd.. of San son, customers are promptly supplied
Francisco. Cal. Reference: Bethel and Hotel streets is a Favorite
MESSRS. BISHOP & CO. corner for the lovers of cold Beer or
4771-3m fine Wines and Liquors.
KING MANHATTAN Ranges, ALPINE, BRICK and
ELECTRIC Stoves. The BOSS Range, the RIVAL
MANHATTAN, DERBY, NEW MEDALLION, NEW
MODEL, POLO, RIVAL, TOPSY, GIPSY QUEEN,
WREN, UNCLE SM, WESTWOOD, WINTHROP, and
the MONITOR Stectl Range. LAUNDRY STOVES,
PANSY STOVES and RANGES, and the Celebrated
CHARTER OAK STOVES and RANGES.
Farmers' Boilers and Extra Cast
ings for all Stoves.
75-79 KING ST.
TEL. NO. 81
u attractive line of
including some not heretofore car-
ried by us.
Quality you know, we never
sacrifice for price, and all goods
now on the way will be up to the
full standard; the highest grade
H- H. WDLLDAGUiS.
Undertaker and Embalmer.
LOVE BUILDING, 534-536 FORT ST.
Residence, Kins St. near Richards: Telephone 819.
0 made anywhere.
It'll be worth while waiting for
I Waet Your Trad
King Street, next to Occidental Hotel.