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THB HAWAIIAN STAR NOVEMBER 25,
1898. llF 1U has a decided ad vantage in the business world over him who is slovenly clad. You owe it to yourself to get the very best fit and the most stylish clothes that you can afford. Clothes bearing this label can not be told from high- cUss made-to-measure gar ments, while prices are fully one-half less. The makers say money back when you want it, and 5 X so do we. t ... & I E Mclnerny. I CLOTHIER. J. Fort and Merchant btreets. Tribune Bicycles! with the Cycloidal Sprocket, 'have a world-wide reputation for , iEasy ltmuring and Pino Me chanical Construction. 314 Fort St. Tel. 74G. A High Grade Bicycle fflOSTS LITTLE MORE THAN AN i 2ENFERI0R WHEEL. THE HAWAII S3 ACKNOWLEDGED HIGHEST OF THE i HIGH GRADES. EHEY HAVE GIVEN THE S6T SATISFACTION OF ANY XCYCLE EVER SOLD IN HONO-XJUhU. Pearson &Hobron, TfORT ST. TEL. 605. 'X ' XKW ADVERTISE MKXTS. , DISSOLUTION NOTICE. l'ucheco & Fernandez. Page 8 ELECTION OK OFFICERS. Wnlalim Agricultural Co.. .u.. Page 8 Ewa Plantation Co Page 8 ANNUAL MEETING. Oahn Sugar Co Page S NOTICE. Ewa limitation Co Page 8 PROFESSIONAL CAUI). Dr. V. K, Taylor Pago 8 MISCELLANEOUS. Lewers & Cooke Page 7 Opera House Page S Silent Harber Shop Page 5 NEWS IN A NUTSHELL. lilts or Paragraphs that Giro Con. (leased Xo.es of the Day. List of ollleers for Ewa Plantation Company appears in tills issue. Tlie Kiekapoo show has been moved up from Kwu Mill to licmoud Grove. 'J he Kilohnna Art League exhibi tion will be open up to !l o'eloek this evening. The annual nieetng of the Hawaiian Historieal Society will be held at 7:30 Monday evenng. The list of ollleers of the Walalua Agrieultural Company. Ltd., Is pub- lislicd in tins issue. I lie sisters Keliaa will sing two songs at the band eoneert at the Ha waiian hotel this evening. Last day of II. V. Schmidt Sr Sons' tomorrow. Silk ribbons, table covers, carriage rugs, lawns, etc. Services were held at Oahu prison and on board the Itennington at 10 o'clock yesterday morning. A bicycle establishment will go Into the vacant store on Hotel street next door to the Silent barber shop. All government ofllces, banks and business houses were closed most of yesterday on account of Thanksgiv ing. Dr. V. E. Taylor, ollice and resi dence corner Richards and llcrctnuhi streets, has a professional card in this issue. On account of the fact that Monday is Independance Day, the government schools will not reopen until Tuesday morning. Joseph Andrade and Miss Ella Cot trell were married Wednesday even ing, new 11. ll. 1'arKer tied tlie sa cred knot. Merger's band gave a most accept' able concert on tlie grounds of the Ev ecutive building yesterday from 8 to 10 o'clock. J. K. Drown, United States govern ment Chinese agent, who arrived by the Australia, is registered at the Ha waiian hotel. The Huelo -Sugar Company, wth a capital of $t0.000, has been incorporat ed. The promoters are, for the most part. Chinese. Another meeting of Sunday school superintendents and teaeliers will be held in the Y. M. C. A. hall at 4 o'clock this afternoon. l.ewers it Cooke strongly recom mend parquetry flooring for eleanli ncss. Call and inspect the ijoods at their warerooms. Miss Hilbrougli of England wll ad dress the meeting of Christian work ers to be held in the Y. M. C. A. hall at 3:110 this afternoon. The stock books of the Ewa Plnntu tion Company will be closed to trans' fers from Saturday, November 20th, to December 1, 1898. A cement sidewalk is being laid nround the California Fruit Market corner from Merchant street to the Gulick premises. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Douglas, Kapiolam park, entertained a numbe of New York volunteers at dinner on Thanksgiving day. A dissolution notice of the partner. ship heretofore existing between Frank Pacheco and Joe Fernandez ap pears in this issue. Wall. Nichols Co. will open their holiday show tomorrow morning. They will have the greatest doll show ever witnessed m Honolulu. Sydney T. Morse, the tenor singer, and Mr. Twinning, his mrMngcr, left by the Miowera Wednesday afternoon lor Vancouver and the States. The animal meeting of the Oahu Sugar Company will be held in the Chamber of Commerce rooms on Mon day, November 28th, at 3 o'clock p. m Joe l-crnnnuez is now sole propric tor of the Silent barber shop on Ho tel street. Mr. Pacheco will operate uic establishment at tlie Union sa loon. Mrs. Keike, the woman who died on the beach at Waikiki. Wednesday morning, was given a big funeral nt tlie Waikiki church yesterday after noon. There was a full rehearsal of the amateur orchestra at the Y. M. C. A. on Wednesday evening of music to be presented in the Molokal piano fund concert. John A. Scott, manager of Wainnku plantation, and family sailed by the Heleno Wednesday afternoon for their home on the big island. They have ueen to tno coast. A St. Martin Mackintosh calls meeting of the Rugby footballers for .vionuay afternoon for practice. The season will open as soon as the co lego games are off. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the share holders of the Ooknla Suirar Planta tion Company will be held at the office pi V. ti. Irwin & Uo.,.Ltd., on Wed ncsday, November 30th, 1808, at 11 o clock a. m. HARRY ARMITAOE, Secretary Honolulu, November 23, 1808. NOTICE. I desire to Inform the. public that I have arranged accommodations for them at Retnond Urove. J. W. CHAPMAN. FOR SALE OF EXCHANGE. A good Cleveland, 1898, bicycle, only been used two months, is for sale nt a bergaln. or will exchange for a. horse Apply to care btar ollice. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE. The stock hooks of the Ewa Planta tion Company will be closed to trans fers from Saturday, November 2Gth, 18!)S, to Thursday, December 1st, 1898. W. A. UOWEN, Treasurer Ewa Plantation Co. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the share holders of the Oahu Sugar Company, Ltd., will be held In the room of the Chamber of Commerce on Monday, November 28, 1808, at 3 o'clock p. m. H. A. 1SENRERG, Secretary Oahu Cugar Co., Ltd. ELECTIOX OF OFFICERS. At tlie annual meeting of the share holders of the Ewa Plantation Com pany, held this day, at the ollice of Castle & Cooke, Ltd., the following officers were elected to serve for the ensuing year: T. 11. Atherton President J. A. Hopper Vice President E. D. Tenney Secretary W. A. Howen Treasurer .1. 11. Castle Auditor The above ollleers also constitute the Hoard of Directors. E. D. TEXXEY. Secretary Ewa Plantation Co. Honolulu, H. I., November 25, 180S. ELECTIOX XOTICE. At a meeting of tlie promoters of tlie Wniahm Agricultural Company, Ltd., held October 11. 189S. at the of fice of Castle & Cooke, Ltd.. in Hono lulu, the following ollleers were elect ed for the ensuing vear: .1. 11. Atherton President 11. F. Dillingham Vice President h. D. 'lenney Secretary W. A. Howen Treasurer H. Waterhouse Auditor The above named officers also con stitute the Hoard of Directors. DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP. The co-iinrtnersliin linrntnfnvn nv. istinir between Frank l'nnliwn nml Joe Fernandez, under the name of the "bilent llarber Shop" is hereby dis- loiveii oy mutual consent. Mr. Joe Fernandez has nnrelinseil all the interest of Mr. Frank Pacheco in said business and will continue the said business. F. PACHECO. JOE FERNANDEZ. FOR RENT. Newly furnished rooms in nrivntn house, desirable location, with or without board. Call at Star office. Hi 0 IE SATUKD IY Last Matinee. TRDE TO LIFE. SATURDAY EVENING THE GREATEST OF ALL AMERICAN COMEDY DRAMAS. The Danites NANCE O'XEIL as.... BILLY PIPER McKEE RANKIN as.. SANDY McGEE L. R. STOCKWELL as. .THE JUDGE FRANK CURTIS as.... THE PARSON Grand Auction FIXAL CL0SIXG-0UT SALE AT . I 1 I Von Holt Block King Street TOMORROW, November 25, The Entire Stock of DRY . GOODS ETC., ETJ. will be Closed Out at any price. A Liberal Credit to the Trade. At the close of the Sale of Merchandise ull store Fixtures and Furniture will be sold. The Greatest Show On Earth. GRAND Holiday Opening OF Santa Claus Emporium Saturday, Hoy. 26. WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY. Jas, AUCTIONEER. DR. W. JE. TAYLOR. Ofllcb and Residence, .pprner Richards and Reretaniu Streets. Ofllco Hours: 10 to 4 o'clock and evenings, ' TeJeplone"517. t O AN' PORT STRBBT. 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 Unfiled Organdy Curtains. The latest in Swiss Trimmings The latest in Dress Trimmings The latest in Gents' Furnishings Arid the latest in the Art of Fine Dress Making. TC O- A. IST 9 I'ORT STREliT. 210 KING STREET. HONOLULU. Commission Brokers. Stocks and Bonds bought and sold under the rules and in the board rooms of THE One Road To Our Store. There's a well-beaton path. It leads 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 house; has a good sea view; plenty of fresh air, and (rood drainage. One' cottage, pleasantly located, for rent. For Sale Four Lots, 75x100, con venlently located, one block from the tram cars. Good air and excellent drainage. A healthy place; planted with, iruit trees. 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 yon next have a job you naturally bring it to us. Do you like our policy? Hawaiian Curios ICapa, Calabashes, Leis, Native Hats, Hula Skirts, Nilhau Mats, Fans, Shells, Seeds, etc. Home-Mado Pol constantly on hand. Mending done Neatly and Cut Flowers furnished by the Woman's Exchange. ?15 MERCHANT ST., HONOLULU. Telephone 059. Honolulu Carriage Manufactory. 613 and 615 Fort Street. W. W. WRIGHT. Proprietor. Island orders carefully and promptly attended to. Greater Bargains Than Ever ! ! Our Annual Clearance Sale for 30 Days, Will begin Saturday, November 26. We are offering our goods at bottom prices, as you can seo by the following quotations: 20 yards Brown cotton for $1.00. 18 yards of Drown Cotton, 1 yard wide, for $1.00. 16 yards of White Cotton, 1 yard wide, Fan mark, $1.00". 70 cents buys a pair of White Blankets. , Colored Bedspreads, 50 cents, 75 cents to $1.50. : 5 cents a pair for Men's Socks or 50 cents a dozen. 10 cents a pair for Men's Fast Black Socks or $1.00 a dozen. 10 cents a pair for Men's Colored Socks or $1.00 a dozen. Heavy Black Men's Colored Socks, 15 cents a pair or $1.50 per dozen 10 cents a pair Ladies Hose, or 3 for 25 cents. Undershirts, 20 cents, 25 cents, 30 cents, 35 cents, goodvalue.. Jean Drawers, 35 cents a pair. Men's Working pants, $1.25 a pair. Men's Blue Serge Pants, $2.00 a pair. Large assortment of wool pants, $2.00 to $3.50 a pair. Large Assortment of Men's Coats, $2.00 to $4.00. Menjs Blue Serge Suits, $7.00, a bargain. Men's Fancy Tweed Suits, $0.00, usual price $8.50. Boys Fancy Tweed Suits, $1.50 to $2.50. Boys Tants, Wool, 40 cents a pair. ; 4 J .'J.- Watches, good Standard works, $1.50. Alarm Clocks, 00 cents. ' -.if i.V ' f!t'. Silk Handkerchiefs, Straw Hats, Felt Hats, Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes at extremely low prices. Nuuana Street, one door mauka of King Street. Upholstering and Mattress Making. Old Furniture Re-upholstered and made as Good as New. You may have old furniture that you consider Is not worth repairing. Send for us and we will let you know the cost, and you will bo surprised how low, we will do It. About one-third of a person's time is spent In bed. Then why not have a Good Mattress? It is, one of the best comforts of life. Our Matting Lounges are just the thing for this climate and they are cheap. Box Couches for Ladles Dresses made any size at very low prices. r Office Desks, Billiard and Pool Tables, recovered. We do our own work and all work will be promptly attended to at reasonable charges. ' COYNE & MEHRTEN. IPrciotiocil Uiolaolssiter-oi-e-J. Masonic Temple, Alakea Street. Telephone 928.