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TUB PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVRRTIfR: nOXOLULU, DECEMBER 1, lttt.
t t.Tl Wit Hmwn ,t I. ftohtneon i w. u. rtHip-r , n.-.if Merchant ; i irnllbftiilJsiSHi! 7y vl , i p. HtTH rereive.i ani I f . r yirir deposits ''-.h.d applW-atios). oooooooooooooooo OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ii. hiim in are the latent ml v l T KUisur i attention urn that noint no n.veu rro-.ii Willi isisiisiii; iw. trust tvr.sfl. full ..f fllo I r. ..... . . - " -u,a. j i , 1 ' . ' "" y F. A. are satK-tled that to m; hr,urfvr t ..mpany: of our people are either to biwy reach- ; iv . . " ri"" ,!M'"' N'"v- --. !". ln 'r dividends, oblivious of the iw- I i u i .v tM" l',"""ur '""t. fvr I'Ttance of thv rllr',- cases, or else i H. H. Ihlna; wlillnif torlk .,L!h I.im In the M'alej rugur-Iri' es both In the .N-j mar- "'th hoped fr nir.m The array of, ket n I fur rxti'irt t n,.n..i..i inhi.. t .u . .. ... . ' t.r-UM uncharged. tiff, the content! .n to W Judicially inF i,mi nlvl. '-ni in January. !n-ii;i!'.njf ex-S-crt- rnaklnff lumln f..r SHi rfntrtfuRatii In NVw (nry Tarllnl nnl ..u lrt Uros. am! ta.r. win rmncincii, 3.::..-. iner?. nh.,w!i tt-i-.t IK- matt r is to b- fn.l..n ll-ft Novfnibtr I'oth. J fuily and vioriusly contested. t So much for that f.hnnf t th- pr.-s- i i-ry wranuiatHj fw York fn- n Ituatlon of dm-itir suprar. There rrfi ii u;r. rr URAL , NAft.r. HATKS. nrf ANI fTO It M VALW. t IS Xtt.LU OUAnDKD. anp rmrc moor ki TnirrKK. rrnATf it. (U'AUIXAN, r'NM ANn TRUST IN. MS' k fit ir.y. ,tAND A r A ItT FKOM TIIK it. Itnnlulii, II. T. Sail Land Co. LIMITED. 'palJap S55.000. , changed. ' lantern and Foreign Market-It.-t mall report from New York Indicate a Mut an. I firm market with buyers at current iiotaton, t.ut ofrerlnt are IlKht. ItiiHinePM n accordingly r-trUt ed ami will likely continue f..r ih. Immwllat future, and a firm market be maintained. Inasmuch aa a acnrclty tt unsold ran ug,r unlverniiv . Nta. lleflned la In fairly r.hm! demand at unchanged m I t 1 1 . rnntlnuln th- same. tmdon t'tible Novrmlr 17th re M.rta Java No. Ii I. H. lin; fair refin ing. Hit; Novemtwr Win, 9a g'id; In re:nter tweta, 9a S'4d. IA Ht'OAIl FKOM ItiltTO HICO ritKKT That U th tu-tton which the augur trut throual) Ita own Importers and other Interested piirtlea have thua early forced upon the attention of the Tnlted Htatea Huprem Court. Thla Important matter Will b arirue J before the Hupreme Court In WaahlnKton In half a doien ruin on January 12. the rartlca and the court beina aareed to have them all Considered together. One t the raaea Involves the right to Im port free of duty diamond from tho Philippines. The casea are so con structed on the record that they will as a who. bring up all the conclv i.Me polnta that may be Raid to b em braced In a v-ry Important and far reaching controversy. The echoes of the Howler pugar boun ty contention that Congrena had no constitutional right to appropriate money to liquidate Its promise or con tractual obligation of lv.Hi, and that If are others. All the W-.t India reci procity" treaties based on reductions of duty on sugar are still pendirr. ami if the trade" theory Is to prevail In legislation, the chances f.r their being taken up are promising. If we were to Indulge in a bit of satire we might say, "and why not ratify them: a lit- itle more augar at reduced ratea from I abroad won't hurt?" ; We were told that free sugar from jllannll couldn't hurt our producers. and then that what sugar would come fre from I'orto KUo wouldn't hurt, al though Hawaii Is sending us fi.".0.000.0o0 or more pounds, as I'ortn Kico will send this year double of what she did CnticalTimes for Girls. The first critical period ia a woman's life comes at the pass ing of her girlhood. In nine cases out cf tea where disease fastens itself upon her it does so at the line of demarcation be tween girlhood and womanhood. IIov to preserve the daugh ter's health how to ward off disease at this crisis ia the prob lem that confronts every mother cf girls. Dr.Williaras' Pink Pills for Pale People are the best remedy to use at this critical period. Read this sworn statement of Mrs. J. M. Riggs, of Cartervillc, llo. "My daughter Jo!e daring th winter cf lPTC-rfl irarered ompleU broak-down la health. Sha vm thin and paic. had no appetite tn taot, aorne days barely taatlnj her food. Those who kaew her eoudltlon said aha waa going Into a decline. On the adrice of a neighbor, wa began giving her Dr. Williams' Pink Pllle for Tale People. The effect on her condition vai Tnarvelons. Before be had taken half a box her condition was Improved, and she kept on gain ing appetite, strength and dean until she was entirely welL the took threa boxes of the pills aud to-day there Is not a healthier, more robost looking girl la C&rterviiia. She U fleshier aud healthier than ever before la her lir-" Mes. J. M. Rums. Bnbscrlbed and sworn to before me a Notary Public, this 15th day of October, 13U8. Willi a 5f Woloott, Notary Public Dr. WmiamV Pink Pills for Pale People are an unfailing specific for such diseases as locomotor ataxia, partial paralysis, St.Vitus' Dance, sciatica, neuralgia, rheumatism, nervous headache, the after-effects of the trip, palpitation of the heart, pale and sallow complexions, all forms of weakness, in either male or female. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale Teople are sold all dealer, or will be sent, postpaid, on receipt of price, 50c. a box or six boxes for f 2.50 (they are never sold in bulk or by the loo) by addressing Dr. Williams Medicine Company, Schenectady, N. Y. FURNITURE AND Household Effects FOR SALE Owing to Intending departure Mr. ANTON CROPP of Koloa, Kauai, will sell at Private Sale at his residence, KOLOA, KAUAI, all of his HOUSE HOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, comprising in part: PARLOR FURNISHINGS, BLACK EBONT PARLOR STTTTP! BLACK WALNUT PARLOR SUITE EBONT BOOKCASE AND LADT8 WRITING DESK, 1 "BECIISTEIN" PIANO. PICTURES AND BRIC-A-BRAC. LIBRARY FURNITURE, DINING ROOM FURNITURE. CROCKERY, GLASS AND SILVER WARE. BED AND TABLE LINEN. KITCHEN FURNITURH AND UTENSILS, ETC., ETC. omctRs. uM President A s!ana-et uics VW-Prealdeol ti Treaaoari .v-n ..Secretary :U AaOltor tiRDor DtiuccTona. I kUhalnal. J. W. Dtptkana saisa Company will bay, Was Id til parts) of W II- wtc tni also has bwsei ts r 8 ooiut fur rent. last year, say :.'.0.00.0O0 pounds, wiihj large areas of available sugar land.- that will triple her product! I The danger Is that any legislation now will te seized upon by tlermany and Cuba to ask for something, be cause of the Importance of their "trade" tslc). Now we have It from no less an authority than Mr. It. M. Al len of the Standard Sugar Company of Nebraska that the sugars from Hawaii. I'orto Rico and the Philippine do not hurt our domestic producers and now ! it ia on foot as against our beet farm- ' ers to ship sugar beets In from Cana- ; da, on which agricultural product there is r.o duty, it would really appear that while we have u tariff on sugar for revenue and to develop our domes tic pnxluction It Is proposed to over come or evade It In large part or total ly by reciprocity and the policy of low or no duty on mcar from our Insular possessions. If that Is net an infraction of the policy nnd principle of protec tion, then we have leen reading the it did n Treasury Iepartment official j w rong version of the doctrine from might refuse to certify warrants f.r Its Henry Clay down t the present mo pay m nt, have hardly died away before 'ment. w have this other "constitutional" i What should t dune first is this: thory asserted th.it the people of red- fur sugar producers should get before ed possessions have a right to have the court to argue tNIr side of the their goods entred Into the United matter embraced In the sugar cayes States free of duty. 'rending. The Attorney Oeneral will No one can now say what might' re- represent the f tovcrnrnent In Its sov- sult to the domestic susrar Industry, In reign capacity and power to take Japanese Goods... , Just Receiyed a Large Invoice Make Room. Must OUR STAPLE GOODS THEREFORE. WILL BE SOLD THIS WEEK AT SPECIAL PRICE All articles will be on sale at the res idence, Koloa, Ka--ai, from December 1st to December 15th, 1900, when pur chasers can make their selections. Champagne Heidsick Dry Monopole. George Gou'et, Extra Dry. Jules Mamni & Company, Extra Dry. IN QUARTS AND PINTS. AT F. A. Schaefer& Co's. This Is a bona fide clearance sale, and If you call, you will be convinced. We have also added to our establishment a ill LIMITKII- the near future, were this contention to prevail. If the court were to place! Its ear on the ground to determine the question In line w ith the idea expressed I by ex-l'resldent Harrison ami som other very able lawyers, the day would b short between Cuban Independence and her annexation to the United States. The sp.rlt that Is evidently abroad In the land seems only to focus lands and legislate therefor to obtain revenue, more or less; thus far less, but there nre Industrial views that are of a vast deal more important'? that may well have a distinct and import ant bearing on the matter. A word of warning Is sometimes of value, even though that word is addressed to busy men deeply engrossed In their own affairs. Dyeing and Cleaning Department All kinds of ladles' and gents' clothing cleaned and pressed at reasonable rates. Old clothing made to look like new. Goods will be called for and delivered when finished. TELEPHONE MAIN 199. MESSENGERS ALWAYS READY TO ANSWER ALL CALLS. . - Castle & Coolie. A HOLT TOWN. DijMii' ltckch klJny Honolulu. Ileder of th Honolulu papers I'i 1 1 a In! are Duel of Man and Wife. CUMItERLANI). Md.. Nov. 20. Charles Lively and his wife fought a duel last Saturday and the wife, who Telephone 331 White. CORNER OF NUUANU AND HOTEL STREETS. Just Received by the S. a. Doric (FROM .fAP vN) LIMITED LIFE and FIRE is AGENTS FOR aratllar with 1L At first It created Week after Is a rratk shot, was the victor. live In the back mountains of They West i ' II rrricr.it: - Vmiimi rirat v isaai.ii T fiin Bftifistr a Li iff axciLffixienu wee a.itvi m ..t .... i ;nir,,r,,fl(, Vk'. 1-re.wieat wk wt by a4 the rood people of . nat . as huntr!,. pub.,.t,nl. ,aree (criu'rr and i2 Honolulu ceased to wonder and settled , ly uron r!irm,. They fell out over a rfnwn to the fact that wnat so many o trivial mailer ami so ncrce aia ineir I rhale !hhors said must be true. Any anger tx-come that the husband madlclne that ! endorsed Use UOan S grauur.i oin Kun rum i ,s uc, llAfkache Kidney I'llH OX Our OWU CJl-,lu nu.eu ine woman, wnu immeui ina mrutn become! a household rem- aieiy seizeo ner nre ami nm ner nus .... . a t w .... I i . ... k. . 1. : eitv Ask anr rltiien OI IlOnOiUlU lnJ in uir eimui'i-- or inn miKiiiK what will core kidney irouoi auu w "st -"-v. ... innwer Invariably Is "Doan'i Backache sight f blood and at once strove to stay us now. i ne coupre rave since fogar Fcictors 4S- 'Mt n '.mn.errui A Bugar Co, ' tf 'i.tnt,n. lM.in Csmpany, , M,ir i i.mpany. r i i ennanr. kldner l'llla." " " t . . its Mr. Charles Comey. or Lycioaiers , wcome reconcile.! street, thle city, le one of the many persons who have tried Doan'e Hack srhe Kidney PlUs with rreat advant age He relate hie experience thus: "I have been a hark driver for a num ber of years past and this is an occu pation In which, tnrougn eipnsur w weather and much Jumping cp and down from the vehicle, one le partlc- iiiiriv liable to kidney rompuinu i suffered myself, from a lame back for Ladies' Silk Waists, Gents' Silk Pajamas, Kimonos. Nsv Enuiacd Maiuoi Life iBsarafiee eo- OF BOSTON. OF HARTFORD. WING wo emu & CO.' Al?K) i Ebony Furniture, a new assortment of SILK FANS with Havana,. Viewaj fJlts, Teaa. in rr.lnra at Crockery. Mattings. 1U H.U . Vases. Catnphorwood Tnusk. I Rattan Chairs. NO. 141 HOTEL STREET. Silks and Satins OF ALL KINDS. 210-1'12 Nuuanu Street. hU total StcaxsUrp to :'t.i.,tr.r in ixn jr OL V VJ. 0f it tried eeteral thlnge whlca did "Bankers A r.ifvriiif n.Mtim it . . . 1 ' TrivsUrV Letters of .,, ' v,t:,r.t in all t rf the World, 'jt si: i. i i rrf July i, iw ' 'Mrr notice. 1 oef , 'in.iutnrbed for ene 1 fr rent; fl months .. ' """hs. 4 per cenC 1,1 "WIN CO.. I. not reach the rtol of my trouble. An , advertisement acquainted me with : whit arand work Poan nacsacnei Kidney Pllle were doing, end I lot some of them at the HollUter Dru?( Co store. I used them and with very , much profit, for they relieved my back; wonderfully. . ... Doan'e IUrkacl.e Kidney Pllje r f-,e .rtia be all dealere or ent by mall on receipt of prlr. eO rente rT box. by the Hollister Dru Co., .hni.ul agents for the Islanda. , Remember the name iM.in s uu wt.rr no other. i r J, n,., ! r nf M.magef ' t Vlea President I VI. President i'l'usiirf and Pefl. Auditor Ivilon AcnU. r: Steamship Comedy v. r.n. 10. CaL Silvcrr.mitln itsi,!.itR,A,f?i- -r ire k' Honolulu, : Hawaiian NEW MEAT MARKET. t Will Mm ODned In the Waverly Block la e Fortnight. lletwren the l.'dh anj the :oth of I" a . . L. e i I I I m rember th new meai ot.ened In the Wav.rly bl.K-k. It will occupy the Iarapsi pnrt 01 t- rtr.et sld.- and will t- MUitelmpo-pg. Thre Immense refrigerator 0,,- partmenta will 1- !" -- " the market and one the m.u.v s.d- These are for the preservation o, meats. Three counters win run ii-mo the back to almost tne renter m io" building, each one In the shape of th- UTh ni'shler-e desk will be at the back ,.f the building faring the renter. Two Mo load cf meats sfV now on the way nnd ere effected to arrtv "" the time set for the opening. The other vessels are scheduled to arrive In quick succession. Hooking for the' best. The best is easiTy found when i you order Cyrus Noble whiskey. A pure, old, honest," product. Distilled from the best grain. Allowed to age in wood six years before it is bottled It is Known all over the world. It wins on merit alone. On sale everywhere., 1 1 --iff ,'?i i , ''t-- if" - - :"" - ejKgg?J W. C. Peacock 5 Company, Ltd. axjents for the Hawaiian islands. rf ku rrRprr.