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THE HAWAIIAN STAR NOVEMBER i, 1898.
":::":xX":m:m:-x:"Kmm Y Y I I I Y ? Y Y Y Y ! I I V Y ? Y Y I Y V Y Y Y Y s Imitators are more plentiful than Brains. That is why, when you ask for Stieu-Bloch clothes 111 any store but this ill this city, you will be shown something which the salesman will tell you is "just as Rood." They are not, anil you know it even before you look for this label &&&&&&& CUPTHIOHTtO 1BBB under the collar. We are the sole and exclu sive agents for these clothes in this city. M. Mclnerny. ri CLOTHIER. 9 .5! Fort and Merchnnt Streets. I AKIN 314 Fort St. Tel. 746. A DRIVE IN jL,atiies . oicycies i XKV ADVKKTISEMEXTS. 1JY AUTHORITY. Board of Education Pago Executive Notice Fngo FURNISHING GOODS. J. Lniulo l'ngo LOST. Ladies Watch Fob Pago ELECTION ()!' OlM'ICEltS. Wnliimiiiilo Sugar Co Pago TO IjKT. Mrs. lH'ttiTH Page NOTICE. Win. U. Irwin A" Co., Ltd Piige MISCELLANEOrS. Sachs Dry (ioods Co., Ltd Pago lit'rghtroiu Music Co., I.td Page NEWS IN A NUTSHKLli. lilts oT Paragraph Hull (Jive Con iIoiimmI Xolos of tin Day. 13 I Gr BARGAINS. NEW WHEELS 3k 4P . .No unad to wnit until tFor specinl reductions.. if' 1. ' i Pearson & riobron, 312 -FORT ST. TEL. 50S. Coiniiniiy 11 meets lit 7:.'10 o'clock. Yesterday was salary day in gov ernment circles. llids are asked for erecting coal shells for the United States. Viggo .laeohsen has been added to the stall" of the Advertiser. Face and hath towels at big bargains to buyers tomorrow at Sachs". The I'st of ollleers of the Wiiitnana lo Sugar Company appears in this is sue. Honolulu Chapter. Ifoyal Arch Ma sons, meets tomorrow evening at 7:;i0 o'clock-. Eighteen rooms to let at the Myr tle. Inquire of Mrs. Itetters, "III Fort street. Harry Kleinnie will probably take the management of llaniwai, YVaikiki, next year. Mr. Itichards' Choral Society will meet in Foster hall again this evening for rehearsal. The Semi-Weekly Star wns issued early this morning in time for the outgoing Island mails. Will II. Coney will leave this after noon to spend n vacation of two weeks with his brother on Kauai. Inspector General Townsend will re main among the schools of Maui and Hawaii until about Christmas. The band played on Nuunnu street wharf before the transports moved into the stream this afternoon. , Tlie funeral of Mrs. Jr. W. Crook will take place from the Catholic ca thedral at 4 o'clock this afternoon. A. St. M. Mackintosh will leave the Foreign OHice next week to take up his work in the otlice of Cecil ltrown. The master or the ngents of the British ship Buteshire will not be re sponsible for 'debts contracted by the crew. A lady's wa'h fob witli locket has been lost. A reward will be given for the return of the same to The Slav office. Iluena Vista, the Wight place, in Nuunnu vallev. will lie fitted up for service as a hospital for military con valescents. Colonel Fisher has tendered a room in the Bungalow to Major 1'urdy, the L'nited States paymaster, to be used as nn ofllce. The Minister of Public Instruction calls for tenders for the erection of a three room school house at H.iaheo, Hilo, Hawaii. Ed Aldrich has engaged A. G. M. Itobertson as counsel and will put up a strong fight. The charge against him is forgery. K. I!. Stackable, present head of the ! I'ostal Savings Bank, will be manager i of the savings bunk of Bishop & Co., after January 1st. Tlie Executive gives official notice of tlie appointment of Gardner K. Wilder as circuit judge of the Till: J and Fourth circuits. 'C. L. Merriam, a son of Major Gen eral Merriam, who has been spend ing some time in tlie Islands, sails on the Australia tomorrow. . The Bergstrom Music Company re ceived a largo quantity of niwical goqds by tlie Wnrrimoo. Estv ti gans, and sheet music of the latest. J. Lando, successor to L. E. Tracy, carries a full line of gents' furnishing goods and clothing. His prices nre right and be asks for a share of the patronnge. Captain Bowers had a bicycle sto len from in front of his residence nt about 12 o'clock last night. He enres nothing for the wheel, but wants to find the man who stole it. Tiioutcnant Morse in command of the heavy artillery on board the Vnlencla has a curiosity in tlie way of a watch. The case is made from the magazine of a Mauser rifle picked up by a friend on the battlefield of Santiago. There has been a great demand for silver lately. The banks have been obliged to send up to the treasury de partment nnd big drafts have been made on the piles of half dollars stor ed there, for which there has never before been nny demand for circulation. Royal makes the food pure, wboletomo and delicious. Bffil POWDER Absolutely Puro MJ1M. BAKINO POWOEH CO., NEW YORK. TIIE WAIANAE HOTEL. Walanae, Oahu. Will be open for guests on and af ter September 7, 1808. Hates, $2.00 per day. ALBERT TOOGOOD, Proprietor. NOTICE. I desire to inform thu public that I have arranged accommodations for them at Remond Grove. J. W. CHAPMAN. TIIE TALK OP TIIE TOWN The Kickapoo's! Every Night at 8 O'olock. Cor. of Alakea and Beretania Streets. Icree THE LATEST FAD. VAUDEVILLE. Wm, Arniond, Edw. Cunningham, Ed. Armond, and Ben Bruns. CHANGE OF PROGRAM: NIGnTLY. Seats 10 Cents. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Attention, Comimny II. Armory Company B, First rCtSft) IcSilncnt - lr- Every member of this WkS Command is hereby ordered to report at the Brill Shed, THIS (Tl'ESI)AY) EVENING, at 7:30 o'clock. T. H. 1'ETItIE, Lieutenant Commanding. Honolulu. November 1, NOTICE. Neither the master nor the under mentioned agents of tlie British ship Buteshire will be responsible for any debts contracted bv the crew. W. G. IKWIX & CO., LTD. Agents British Ship Buteshire. ELECTION OF OFFICEBS. At the annual meeting of tlie Wai manaio Sugar Company, held this :ilst day of October, A. 1). 1S0S, the follow ing stockholders were elected to serve as officers for the ensuing year: W. G. Irwin '. President W. L. Hopper Vice President W. Jr. Oitrard Treasurer H. M. Whitney, Jr Secretary George ,T. Ross Auditor The above comprise tlie Board of Di rectors. H. M. WHITNEY, JR., Secretary Wnimanalo Sugar Company. Honolulu, October ill, 1808. LOST. A lady's watch fob, with locket, en graved with word "Aloha" on one side and diamond on reverse side. Reward if returned to The Star otlice. TO BENT. Eighteen rooms. "The Myrtle;'-' In quire at the "Villa." MKS. BETTEHS, 731 Fort Street. WANTED. A girl (German or American) to do light housework. Apply at this ofllce. MEETING NOTICE. The regular annual meeting of the stockholders of E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.' will be held at the office of the com pany at 2 p. m., Thursday, November 3, 1898. E. O. WHITE, Secretary E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd. ill 1 HOUSE NANCE O'NEIL 'AND I. 12 Performances 12 12 Plays 12 11 ilVOVJSIVEBlSR lO. OPENING PLAY SUDERMAN'S MASTERPIECE: MLoLo:caLoL Sale of Season Tickets commences on Thursday, Nov. 3 nt 0,a. m. Regular Reserved Seat Sale Mon day, November 7, at Wall, Nichols Co. Oxx RECEIVED EX AUSTRALIA. I 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. Is showing the Latest in DRESS GOODS MUSLINS and SWISSES For Dresses and Drapery. The latest in Fancy Swiss and Silk Curtains The latest iu Unfiled 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, Kjr XV 7 I'ORT STIiEttT. 1 HJILUlli 0 PER CENT. 1 111) Lfl 210 KING STREET, HONOLULU. Commission Brokers. Stocks and Bonds bought and sold under the rules and in the board rooms of THE SEND IN YOUR ORDERS EARLY. 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 betweon the s'ore and public, without which there can be no real success. "We have the best goods, the newest articles in our line, all of which we 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 house; has a good sea view; plenty of fresh air, and good drainage. One cottage, pleasantly located, for rent.. For Sale Four Lots, 78x100, con veniently located, one block from the tram cars.' Good air and excellent drainage. A healthy place; planted with fruit tre.es. II nwai 1 nix Curios Knpa, Calabashes, Leis, Native Hats, Hula Skirts, Niihou Mats, Fans, Shells, Seeds, etc. Homc,-Mndo Pol constantly on hand. Mending done Neatly and Cut Flowers furnished by the Woman's Exchange. 215 MERCHANT ST., HONOLULU. Telephone 039. 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 bring it to us. Do you like our policy? Honolulu Carriage Manufactory. 613 and 615 Fort Street. W. W. WRIGHT. Proprietor. Island orders carefully and promptly attended to. HILO, HAWAII. Co. HONOLULU, OAHU. Dealers in Lands. Investment Brokers. Fire Insurance Agents. CHOICE BUSINESS and Residence Properties for Sale. ELEGANT LOTS on Punchbowl Slope with a fine marine view. A BE. UTIFUL MODERN RESID liNCE on Green street. Terraced grounds. Splendid view. Choice neighborhood. A CHOICE RESIDENCE AT FUNAHOU. Large grounds, convenient to Tram Cars. LOTS AND HOUSES at "Buena Vista," Nuuanu Valley. BUSINESS PROPERTIES Centrally Located. Lots on Makiki Street. HOME LOTS IN KEWALO TRACT. Houses built for purchasers on the installment plan. STORES AND OFFICES (single or en suite), in "Progress Block." RESII 1 m 1: LOTS at Puna, Villa Franca nnd Reed's Island, Hilo. LOANS NEGOTIATED. Insurance Written on Residence and Mercantile Risks. ' We invite inspection of properties. Bruce RTeLrxxg & Co. Oflicos 7 and 8, Progress Block. STOGIES STOGIES Did you ever smoke a Stogie? Two for five cents! t JUST RECEIVED BY Hollister 8& CoM CORNER OF FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS, HONOLULU, X. L