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THE HAWAIIAN STAR OCTOBER aij 1898.
Ml PS T LINEN HESH The latest creation in men's Undcr-garnients. Very light, cool and durable. Linen Mesh is rap idly superseeding all other material in the manufacture of under garments and has be come very popular throughout Europe and the United States. Wc have now a sup ply of these Under shirts. See exhibit in our. corner window. I. Mclnerny. Jfiaberdasher. IE 1 II Emm 314 Fort St, Tel. 740, MI BICYCLES 35 to - $85 ?; - Easy Payments See our bargains and he convinced t that we mve best values of any house in Hono-luliu hi Lgents for A Imperial, Hawaii, Progress and Snell Bicycles f0N & HOBO ft TORT ST. I TEL. 685. XK Al VKHT1SKM EXTS. MKHTIXd NOTICE, llnwallim LodKi V, Sc A. M....l'nge 8 AUCTION. .Imiik'H 1 Morgan . ....I'ngc 8 TUNDHUS. Honolulu Iron Works l'nge 8 WANT I'D, iVn Klrsl Class Painters Vn&o 8 NEWS IN A NUTSHELL. lilts r 1'aniKraplis dial (live Con ih'iisrd Notes of the Day. There was no session of the llonnl of Kriucatioit yesterday.. The Peerless Preserving 1'alnt Co. want ten first elass painters. The reeeptlon to the new Chinese CotiMiI is taking plaee this afternoon. Captain IturpitrmM lias called n inretlnjr of Company I) for drill to night. The'otlieers hall at the drill shed this evening eoinineneeH at 8:30 o'eloel;. The Alden Ues.se brought 1,250 tons of hay and feed for the United States go eminent. The Honolulu Iron Works ask for tenders for tilling 4482 cubic yards 'on laud at ICakaako. C. (Jraliani of Castle & Cooke left on the Manna I.oa for a business trip on the other islands. Hawaiian Lodge V. & A. -M. meets this evening at T:.'lo o'clock. Work in the third degree. The Ke An Hon is loading tliV ma chinery for a eoll'ee cleaning mill for Horner's coffee plantation on Maul. The second game of ball between the Wela kn Hao and the First New York nines comes otr tomorrow af ternoon. Three wells hae been sunk on La nni and all give a good water supply. j ne cane that has been planted is looking remarkably well. Bishop Willis left on the Mauna ton for Lahaina. He will officiate at the church there on Sunday, returning by the first steamer next week. The shoot for the Murlin trophy will take place tomorrow afternoon from 1:1)0 to 3 o'clock. Captain Schae fer will be in charge of the butts. Tomorrow at 12 o'clock noon dames V. Morgan will sell at public unction about twenty-live head of horses be longing to the estate of J .1. Dowsett. The Judd block is rising up finely now and will assuredly prove a great ornament besides being extremely useful to the central part of Hono lulu. lieserved seats should be secured for the Kilohaiia Art League play at the opera house on Saturday evening. They may be had at Hergstroin Music Co.'s store. Poki, for transactions In elie fa tickets was lined $20 and costs by Judge, Wilcox today. The case of Pa, the alleged owner of the bank, went over for a week. On Monday, October 21st, ut 12 noon James P. Morgan will sell at auction, at his salesroom on Queen street, Uiw .books and ofliee furniture belonging to the estate of A. ltosa. Parcels keep coming in for the des titute seminary girls and there will be a large consignment sent up on Tues day. With seventy girls and a half dozen ladies destitute of all clothes save those they stand up in, there is eery need to give all Jhe assistance possible. W. W. Hall will attend to all gifts sent in. An Huwaikin named Lono has been making himself conspicuous by read ing and preaching at the street cor ners. After the exercises are over he takes up u collection for an independ ent church which he wishes to start. He Used to be a hack driver on the King street stand, at Hall's corner, and gave a long dissertation to his former colleagues this morning. TO CHRISTIANIZE CHINA. . The Central Presbyterian church of New York is to send out this lull two missionaries to organize Christian work in Nanking, China. RISMARCK'S MEMOIRS. The Norddeutsehe Atlgemeine Zei tung declares that the memoirs of Prince ISismarck will be found to con tain no sensational disclosures, but to consist chiefly of grave thoughts and recollections which he has left as a legacy to the German people. AUCTION SALE -OF- HORSES On Saturday, Oct. 22 AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON. At the premises, Queen street, rear of Dowsett's office, by order of J. M. Dowsett, Esq., administrator of the estate of J. I. Dowsett, I will sell at public Auction ABOUT 25 HEAD OP HORSES. Terms Cash. AUCTIONEER. AUCTION SAL.B OF Law Library and Office Furniture On Monday, October 24, 18!)8, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON. . At. itiv Rnlpernnm Dimmi cvnnt order of J. F. Colburn, Esq., admini strator of the estate of A. Rosa, de ceased, I will sell at Public Auction LAW ROOKS, OFFICE DESK, BOOKCASE, OFFICE CHAIRS, 1 BICYCLE, 1 SHOT GUN, ETC., ETC. Terms Cash. Jcis. IT". Morgan AUCTIONEER. Royal makes the food pure, whoteeome and delicious POWDER Absolutely Puro ROYAL UKINO FOWOtR OO., NEW VORK. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, & F. A. M. There will be a special mect- f if liur of Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, V F. & A. M., at its hall, Mason ic Temple, corner of Hotchand Alakea Streets THIS (FRIDAY) EVEN ING, at 7::i0 o'clock. WORK IN TH III II DEGREE. Members of Pacific Lodge, Lodge le Progres, nnd nil sojourning brethren arc fraternnlly invited to be present. By order of the W. M. H. J. HURNISTON, Secretary. Honolulu. October 21, 1808. WANTED. Ten first clnss painters.- Apply to PEERLESS PRESERVING PAINT CO. Are wanted by the Honolulu Iron Works Co., for filling 4482 cubic yards of good material on land at Kakaoko. The bids will be opened on Wednes day the 20th inst., ut 10 a. m. Parties intending to tender for this work must state the time in which they will complete it and bonds are to be furnished, if required. For further particulars inquire at the ofliee of the Honolulu Iron Works. CORPORATION NOTICE. The annual meeting of the share holders of the Koloa Sugar Company will be held at the ofliee of 11. Hack fcld & Co., Ltd., on Monday, October 24th, 1898, at 10 a. m. J. F. IIACKFELD, Secretary pro tern. Honolulu, October 20, 1808. NOTICE. The stockholders of the Palnma Co operative Grocery Company, Limited, are hereby requested to pay the final assessment of 50 per cent within two weeks, to the undersigned. W. WOLTERS, Treasurer Palama Co-Operative Gro cery Company, Limited. Honolulu, October 18, 180S. READING MATTER WANTED. The prison authorities being desir ous. of having a supply of good read ing matter at the jail, would request that any persons who are willing to do so, send any suitable books, maga zines or illustrated papers to the un dersigned; or if word is sent packages will be called for. WM. HENRY, Jailor, Oahu Prison. F. J. LOWREY, Prison Inspector, Lewers & Cooke. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. Having sold out my interest in the Manufacturers' Shoe Company, all those owing the old firm up to the evening of October 17th arc requested to call and settle with Mr. Harris, the bookkeeper of the Manufacturers' Shoe Company, who is fully authoriz ed to receipt for the same, or to the undersigned. D. B. SMITH. 'FOR SALE. One Bpan of native bred horses, large and stylish, good roadsters, six nnd seven years old. Team weighs, 2,500 pounds. Sold only for want of use. Price, $000. Also two fresh milch cows. Trice, $05 each. Apply to A. HERBERT.' FOR SALE. Three pieces of land containing ten acres, situated in Kanaio Honuaula, Maui. Apply to . .LAM YUM, Steward Steamer AY. G. nail. The Talk of the Town. The Kjckapoo's! Every Night at 8 o'clock. Corner of Alakea and Beretania Streets. Free- THE LATEST FaD. VAUDEVILLE Wm. Armond, Edw. Cunningham, Ed. Armoud, and Hen Bruns. Popular Spelling Blanks. All School Children Want them. NEW EDITION JUST OUT. All Teachers endorse This System. Published and for sale only by Wall, Nichols Co. FORT STRRRT. Is showing the Latest in DRESS GOODS MUSLINS and SWISSES For Dresses and Drapery. The latest in Fancy Swiss and Silk Curtains The latest in Ruffled Organdy Curtains. The latest in Swiss Trimmings The latest in Dress Trimmings The latest in Gents' Furnishings And the latest in the Art of Fine Dress Making, -A. a.W q "of xy. 7 FORT STREET. 1 . ! in Are Anxious f J- To close out their business as quick as possible and will not refuse any acceptable offer either for their entire business, or for their stock alone, or for their goods, either by the piece or by the yard. ft - V' Me are in Earnest. n 210 KING STREET. HONOLULU. Commission Brokers. Stocks and Bonds bought and sold under the rules and in the board rooms of THE CHANGE OP 1'IIOGUAM NIGHTLY. One Road To Our Store. There's a well-beaten path. It loads directly to our doors. Throngs of buyers traverse it day after day. Shows that we are strengthening the friendly business relation between the store and public, without which there can be no real success. We have the best goods, the newest articles in our line, all of which wo sell at the closest margin of profit to us. We are willing that buyers shall have an opportunity of saving. You can do it. Hobron Drug Co. King & Fort. G.E. BOARDMAN Real Estate Agent. Room No. 1 Spreckels Block. Has for rent a first class iiouse; has a good sea view; plenty of fresh, air, and good drainage. One cottage, pleasantly located, for rent. For Sale Four Lots, 75x100, con veniently located, one block from the tram cars. Good air and excellent drainage. A healthy place; planted I vmn lruii irees. ABOUT REPAIR WORK. There is a great deal that might be said about repair work and a great deal that it is better to leave unsaid. We claim to have the facilities, workmen and experience which enables us to turn out work that is entirely satisfactory to you and to us. We never slight any work entrusted to us but rather, the reverse, by making a little better job than you anticipated. In the long run it pays us for when you next have a job you naturally briug it to us. Do you like our policy? Honolulu Carriage Manufactory. 613 and 6 is Fort Street. W. W. WRIGHT. Proprietor. Island orders carefully and promptly attended to. Announcement! You can't sell shoes if you have not got them. This is the reason why we carry such a large stock. Fine goods have our best attention, in fact, no other store has such fine goods. Thus the people who have little money ars attended to and no other store ean give them such good goods for such low prices. ' Remember we recommend all oui goods at any price, with polite and courteous atten tion thrown in. ' 3 A The Manufacturers' Shoe Co. Signer the Big Shoe. Fort Street, Honolulu. STOGcIES STOGIES PLATINOTYPE VIEWS OP HAWAII IN SCENERY Can be obtained at the Woman's Exchange. MERCHANT STREET, Did you ever smoke a Stogie? Two for five cents. JUST RECEIVED BY- Hollister & Co., CORNER OF FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS, HONOLULU, M. L 1 AhL