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THE HAWAIIAN STAR NOVEMBER 29, 1898. t has a decided ad vantage in the business wot Id over him who is slovenly clad. Yon owe it to yourself to get the very best fit and the most stylish clothes that yon can afford. Clothes bearing this label can not be told from high class made - to - measure gar ments, while prices are fully one-half less. The makers say money back when you want it, and so do we. Mctony. 1 CLOTHIER. . Fort, ami Merchant Streets. v ? Y T Y Y : Y k 1 4 4 Y Y ! 1 ! 1 ! I 1 XKW ADVKItTISKMHNTS. MKUTIXd NOTICK. oinpniiy 1! Page S KLKCTIOX ()!' OITU'KltS. Iluelo Sugar Mill Co Page 8 OP12UA IIOl'SK. Mi'Ki-c Itanliin Co Page 8 CONTIiACTOItS A.V1) IICII-DKliS. Okmln Ct Pago " DltV GOODS. Clm Yip Co Pago " WAXTIil). WilV Pago S I'MIHH l,KCTlKH. I. Kelogg-I.ano, M. I) Page S eh Tribune Bicycles! with the Cycloidal Sprocket, have a world-wide reputation for tEasy It nulling and Fine 3le fJianical Construction. BIT Tel. 74G, SU Fort St. A High Grade Bicycle O05TS LITTLE MORE THAN AN ffJJFEIUOIt WHEEL. THE HAWAII IS ACKNOWLEDGED 1 HIGHEST OF THE HIGH GRADES. iSTET HAVE GIVEN THE I2BEST SATISFACTION OF ANY SBICYCLE EVER SOLD IN HONO-KULU. Hits of Paragraphs thai (Jive Con- (IciimmI Xuti's of 1 In Day. Pearson & Hobron MS PORT BT. TEL. 505, NKMS IN A NUTSHELL I'oiunam 1! meets at ::,n o'clock to- ight. OUadn it ( o., contractors anil build. its. have a curd 111 tins issue. The list of olliuors of the Iluelo Su ar Mill Co., Ltd., is published in this -sue. Final closing day of II. W. Schmidt it Sons' grand auction will bo tomor row Wednesday. The dunce of the Knights of Pvtlii- as will take plaee on Thursday even ing of this wool;. Chu Yip it Co., Xuuanti street, have full assortment of dry and fancy goods for Christmas trade. A business meeting of the Aloha branch, Theosophleal society, will bo hold in Foster hall, at 7:.'!0 this evening. 1 he volunteer engineers are now m the barracks they have been building on the Kapahulu road near Knpiola- 111 liark. Kinnev. Ilallou it MoClnnnhun liave withdrawn as attorneys for defendant in the suit of Mary t'orter vs. J..K, .Milliner, ociuitv. In all probability the l.oilani boat lub will secure a tract of water front fiom Jl. Dillingham near Iwelui for its new boat house. Henry Damon passed a good night ind is progressing very faorably. His amity Joel uiucli encouraged at the favorable symptoms. I lie transport St. Paul, leaving to morrow, will take a mail for Manila. l'his will be the last direct mail from Honolulu in a good while. A motion for a new trial and bond for same has been filed bv defendants in the ease of F. F. Porter vs. llawa iian Pork Packing Company, assump sit. The Hawaii Herald published a ban nor edition for Thanksgiving day with much local information, which does credit to Editor Stacker's industrv and skill. I!y stipulation the eases of the Ho- nomn hugnr Company against (Ize luch and Sayewich, desertion, will bo Heard at the December term of the supremo court. Dr. L. .T. Kellogg-Lano roouests at tendance at a free lecture to ladies. on 1 iiui-sciny, December 1st. at .1:fK) o clock p. 111., at the Y. M. C. A bull. hiiDjcct: Hygiene. A lire engine is still woi-kimr this ifternoou on the United States coal pile back ot the iish market, which became ignited by spontaneous com bust ion last week. J. Opfergelt, who has been in the city spending a two weeks vacation, returns to Makaweli on the Hall this Utornoou. .Mr. Ooferirelt is sn,- boiler for the big Kauai plantation. I? !..! oin-ciiu arrangements have been. been made for n few more performan ces by the MoKee Unnkin rnmnnm. On Thursday evoniinr Xmiipo n'v.In will nnnear at the onera linns,, in 'Mngda." Punahou students celebrated their Thanksgiving football victorv with a dinner at the college Inst evening. rresiilent Hosmer presided. There was speech making and the usual ef fervescence of enthusiasm. Considerable comment has been made on the fact that there were no programs at the thenter Inst night. People feel that a program is at least one trifle they are entitled to. The fact that only one entrance lias been opened is also commented upon. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Attention, Company 11. Armory Company B, First Regiment, N. G. H. livery member of this Command is hereby ordered to report at the Drill Shed, THIS (TUESDAY) EVENING, at T.JO o'clock. T. II. 1MCTIUE, Captain Commanding. Honolulu, November '-'!), 1SUH. WIFE WANTED. Gentleman wishes to marry. Be cause of legal reasons must be done before the 1st of the year. Commands 11 not income of $1,200 per annum. Ad dress O, K,, oare of Star olllco. Free Lecture to Ladies. L. ,1. Kellogg-I.aue, M. D requests attendance at a FREE LECTl'KE TO LADIES, l'bllrsdnv. nci'cttibcr 1. 1R!IH. lit, IllOO p. m at Y. M. C. A. hall. Subject: nygiene. jsring paper aim pencil. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. The following named gentlemen wore elected as ollleers of the Iluelo Sugar Mill Co., Ltd., for the ensuing year: Chu (loin President Yeo Chin Vice President C. Ming Ilym Secretary Kat Poo Treasurer T. Ah Tong Auditor Together with Lee Chu, C. Ding Sing. Chin Qtian and Goo I!o Cliong, constitute the Hoard of Directors. C. MING IIYM, Secretary. Honolulu, November 20, 1S0S. . VISIT TIIEr Doll Fair DIVIDEND NOTICE. A dividend will become due and pay able to the stock holders of the Wai niea Sugar Mill Company on the HOtii of Xo ember at the office of Castle & Cooke, Limited, agents. WM. A. I10WEN, Treasurer. NOTICE. The stock books of the Hawaiian Agricultural Company will be closed to transfers from Saturday, Novem ber 20th to Thursday, December 1st. GEO. II. ROBERTSON, Treasurer. Honolulu, November 2G, 1S!)S. NOTICE. The stock books of the lloiiomn Sugar Company will be closed to transfers from Saturday, November Slitli to Thursday, December 1st. GEO. 11. ROHERTSON, Treasurer. Honolulu, November 20, 1808. AT Greatest Show on Earth AAAA A A A .A 33 v e I'ylb o clr Welcome, WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY, PROPKIETOKS. GAN' FORT STllBItT. Is showing the Latest in PRESS GOODS MUSLINS and SWISSES For Dresses and Drapery. The latest in Fancy Swiss mid Silk Curtains The latest in Kulllcd 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. Gr A. IX 9 VORT STKKET. Hull AR 210 KING STREET. HONOLULU. Commission Brokers. Stocks and Bonds bought and sold under the rules and in the board rooms of THE 1HLU STOCK EXCHANGE. FOR RENT. Newly furnished rooms in private house, desirable location, with or without board. Call at Star office. llflNOPHE ELECTION OF OFFICERS. At the annual meeting of the share holders of the Ewa Plantation Com pany, held this day, at the office of Castle & Cooke, Ltd., the followintr officers were elected to serve for the ensuing' year: J. H. Atherton President T. A. Hopper Vice President E. D. Tenney Secretary W. A. Boweu Treasurer J. B. Castle Auditor The above officers also constitute the Board of Directors. E. D. TENNEY, Secretary Ewa Plantation Co. Honolulu, II. I., November 25, 1898. ELECTION NOTICE. At. a meeting of the promoters of the AValalua Agricultural Company, Ltd., held October 11, 1808, at the of fice of Castle & Cooke, Ltd., in Hono lulu, the following officers were elect ed for the ensuing year: .1. B. Afliertou President B. F. Dillingham Vice President E. 1). Tenney Secretary W. A. Bowon Treasurer H, Wnterhouse Auditor The above named officers also con stitute the Board of Directors. E. D. TENNEY, Secretary Waialua Agricultural Com pany, Ltd. BY SPECIAL REQUEST. 1 mm i WILL BE GIVEN BY NANCE O'NEIL AND Thursday, Dec. 1st THE UREAT PLAY, MAGDA VISA L CLOSIXG-OUT SALE AT NOTICE. The stock books of the Ewa Planta tion Company will be closed to trans fer's from Saturday, November 2Cth, 1S0S, to Thursday, December 1st, 1S98. W. A. BOWEN, Treasurer Ewa Plantation Co. NOTICE. I desire to inform the. public that T have arranged accommodations for them at Remond Grove. J. W. CnAPMAN. Von Holt Block King Street TOMORROW, November 30, The Entire Stock of DRY . GOODS ETC., ETC. will be Closed Out at any price. One Road To Our Store. There's a -well-beaten 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 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. ... The Vacuum Oil Co. A Liberal Credit to the Trade. At the close of the Sale of Merchandise all storo Fixtures and Furniture will be, sold. I - AUCTIONEER. HAS , 80 WAREHOUSES For the Delivery of Vacuum Oils in 31 countries of the world, The one at Honolulu is the last and smallest, but its output of Oil is satisfactory and shows a steady and healthy increase. OUT 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 ha"e 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. V Greater Bargains Than Ever ! ! Our Annual Glearance Sale for 30 Days, Will begin Saturday, November 26. We are offering our goods at bottom prices, as you can see by the following quotations: $1.00. 20 yards Brown cotton for $1.00. , .$yJ$ 18 yards of Brown Cotton, 1 yard wide, for $1.00. 10 yards of White Cotton, 1 yard wide, Fan mark, 70 cents buys a pair of White Blankets. i Colored Bedspreads, SO 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. 'u Men's Working pants, $1.25 a pair. Men's Blue Serge rants, $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. Men's 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 Fants, Wool, 40 cents a pair. Watches, good Standard works, $1.50. Alarm Clocks, 00 cents. i. -i Silk Handkerchiefs, Straw Hats, Felt Hats, Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes at extremely low prices. Nuuanu Street, one door mauka of King Street. COYNE & MEHRTEN OLA 1 1 15 UPHOIySTIJRlJKS. PACIFIC HARDWARE CO,, LTD " Agents for the Hawaiian Islands, NOW IS THE TIME to have your Upholstering done. We have ' just received a large supply of Upholstering Goods of the Latest De- T signs. A large variety to pick from the best that was ever imported here. If you want a Box Couch for Indies' Dresses, covered in any style, we can do it. Parlor Sets or Odd Pieces reupholstered. Call and see our Cozy Corner Louuges something new. You will want one when you see it. r Mattnesses made to order and renovated. Silk Floss for Cushions Telephone 928. ArAJKEJA. STICJ3JI3JT. Masonic Templo. "