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Adve Used letter lis1: in thi- issue.
Wm. A. liowtn's residence n Kinau
srreet is for sUe.
A married couple desires tv. or three
rc ;ms for light housekeeping.
For Japanese wines and liquors pa
tronize S. Kirnura. Allen street.
Attorney General Smith will leave
for Kohala on Tuesday to attend court.
French kid gloves in all shades and
sizes just opened up at B. F. Ehlers
The October Delineator is now ready
at Mrs. Hanna's, also the October pat
terns. It is probable that arrangements will
soon be made for a hospital at Hilo,
Company A will hold a business
meeting at 7:30 o'clock this evening in
the Drill Shed.
Pacific Lodge No. S22 will hold a
special meeting this evening. Work
in Third Degree.
The children's dancing class conduct
ed by Mrs. Gunn will meet on Monday
afternoon at 3:30.
"Listen to what the Dickie bird says"
about the Hawaiian Hardware Co. in
their ad. of today.
A reception at the residence of L. A.
Thurston and wife, yesterday was ten
dered to Mrs. Thurston's sister.
Charles Desky will leave on the Aus
tralia en route to New York, where he
will meet his wife, who has been in Eu
rope. The captain and officers of the U. S.
S. Adams will hold their usual monthly
reception Friday afternoon from 3 to
The Meteors had a successful ride
last night to Waikiki. The evening
rides of this club are becoming more
and more popular each time.
The H. A. A. C. foot ball eleven will
meet the First Regiment in a practice
game at the Makiki base ball grounds
Friday afternoon at 5 o'clock.
The Star base ball team's share in
the receipts for the season was $131,
and expenses $128. The balance will
probably be invested in a permanent
W. H. Hall, taxidermist at the Bish'op
Museum, severs his connection wfth
that institution this week and leaves
for the coast by the Australia on Sat
urday. The flag over the Executive building
was at half mast yesterday during the
funeral of Joseph Nawahi. Minister
Cooper was a caller at the Nawahi
i home during the' services.
"Silver Skin" onions and "Burbank"
potatoes can be procured of the "City
Feed Store," L. H. Dee & Co., Old Ar
J mory, Beftetania street. They keep
hay, flour and grain of all kinds.
Hugo Fisher is engaged on a num
ber of oil and water color paintings of
Hawaiian scenery, which he will ex
hibit some time in November. The
collection will number about twenty.
For carpets, mats and sofa rugs call
on E. W. Jordan. He has taken all
the retail trade in that line by arrange
ment from Theo. H. Davies & Co. and
now has opened up the largest assort
ment to the retail trade Honolulu has
Akai, the Chinese lad who was shot
by a companion on Tuesday, died at
the Queen's Hospital at 0 o'clock yes
terday morning. Dr. Wood gave a cer
tificate of death from gunshot wound
of the brain. The boy was unconscious
from the time of the shooting until his j
Insurance companies have refused to j
insure S. C. Allen's cottages on King j
street owing to defective electric light j
wiring. The work was done before
the Hawaiian Electric Co. was organ
ized and was not in accordance with i
the rules laid down by the Board of j
A committee has been appointed to
make arrangements to give a reception
for the opening of the Myrtle boat
house. It is now being painted, and
when finished will have one of the
best dancing floors in the country. The
lanai is light and airy and is about
While the Peking was in port on
Monday. Mrs. ?.nd Miss Hunt. Mrs. L.
Young. Mr. and Mrs. McCormick. pas
sengers on that vessel. Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Lewis of Honolulu and Captain
Brown of the steamer Aztec were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Dimond
at their Waikiki home. The guests
were entertained with canoeing and
afterwards at an elegant repast.
Attorney Geo. A. Davis yesterday
liled the petition of John H. Schnack
for a writ of mandamus against Deputy
Marshal Hi'ohcock to compel him to
deliver to Schnack certain goods in his
possession held as Deputy Marshal and
belonging to M. S. Levy and sold to
Schnack before his bankruptcy, but
held by Levy. Judge Whiting granted
an order calling upon the Deputy Mar
shal returnable before th Supreaie
Court on Friday next to show cause
why mandamus should not be issued.
From tonijt; n on the ce"i.--;r;.'ted . n
heuser Busch beer will be np ?.t 'he
Hawaiian Hotel. To bring vi.'un
the reach of all it will be sold at W'z
cents per glass. Macfarlane & Co ad
vertise this fact in another colursn of
The advance sale for Ole Olson open
ed yesterday and was satisfactory to
the beneficiary. A large r imber of
persons who have heard of the play
and who are anxious to see it present
ed here by Bob Scott who performed
the part so satisfactorily in the United
States, called at the Hobron Drug Co.
and reserved their seats for the Satur
day night performance. The sale yes
terday was most encouraging and there
is no doubt that the theatre will be
Camarinos' refrigerator ex Austra
lia, Sept. 20th. A choice lot of frozen
Eastern and California oysters, large
crabs, fresh salmon, peaches, pears,
plums of all different qualities, mus
cat, tokay and other varieties of
grapes, celery and cauliflower. Ap
ples of different varieties on deck.
September 30. 1W
Weather Har, wind light i ortheast.
Specials : for : This : Week.
16 yards for
8 yards for Si.
full yard wide, good quality, 15
yards for $1.
20 yards for $1.
9 yards for $1.
fine quality, 8 yards for $1.
extra quality, 15 yards for $1.
New Goods! New Goods!
An immense stock will be
opened this week.
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST STYLES SAILORS.
New Dress Goods, New
N. S. Sachs,
C20 Fort street, Honolulu.
AT THE GAZETTE OFFICE.
COOK'S MUSIC SCHOOL.
Waring Buimunu. Beretama 6t.
Piano, Yoice and Harmony.
OPEN DURING VACATION.
See our BIG SHOW WINDOW
full of it. And the Price
Well, it's cheap. See for yourself.
I Wall, Nichols Co,
Agents for the
! TlilLUY MILLS PAPER COMPANY.
ft i )l ' -rt - ...... -ii tVta tiiwJ
j A whole carload of . . .
III 1 El
Better than the men where good things
can be bought cheaply. This fact i
likely largely accountable for the pre
dominance of women in the tradf at
We sell more ;-;hoes to women and
children than to mn.
It ought to be a hint to the men for
they know women are shrewd buyers.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Company.
WHOLESALE : AND : 11 ET A I L : Dl.-'l HI I :'T"TUS : OF : TINE : FOOTWEAR
There' a good ileal of
medicinal value in vm fermented
grape juice. It's chief dietetic
properties i grape ugar. The
sugar of the grape requires no
digestion but is taken almost at
once into the blood.
That's a reason for taking it
for improving your health.
There's another reason, perhaps
the strongest, why people like
Dr. Welch's Grape Juice,
and that is, because it is delicious.
No other preparation has such a
pure, wholesome, grape llavor.
We have sold the others but
Welch's is the kind most sought
for by customers. It's the best.
To help further introduce this
wholesome beverage we put the
price right down to bed rock.
Full (juarts, 75 cts.; full pints,
50 cts.; full half pint, 25 cts.
Get it of
HOBRON DRUG CO., Sole flpiS.
Prize ad written by Honolulu lady
Don't put your
fingers in your
Ladies, ,to 'fi:1
out. There is
a better way.
Go to T. W.
Hobron and he
will tell vou
7 m how and where
to get the best
wheel for the
(jOl Isn't that a con
Wheels? want to bu-v a
wheel everv day
or every month,
consequently you want one that
you can look forward to using
We recommend the
T. W. HOURO.V, A-cnt.
llend-d Opi'or'ui it e for Investors.
I.ar'ft or siu.iil lots of
Stm-ks iJ'1. Bond" Nr-2- tinted.
A.m-nts Oi.iM'.v Hanoi Co., I.ailky On.
Company. Corre-pomk'ix-'f invted.
W. H. BAILEY & SON.
Hojj Montgomery ct., Sr. Francisco, Cal.
ev ere noes. S.'ui Franc5co; f II.
Bishop, -'flhv ine'tin? Worifs. H r."hi!!i :
W. (). mith, T. W. Hohron.
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Shoes.
A FINE VARIETY, AND ALL GRADES.
We have a Resident Buyer in the East which enables
us to procure the Best and Latest in the Market.
. We sell to the Trade only and our Prices will com
pare with any Jobbing House in the United States.
Please call at
Our Jiff feBofc
: FOR :-
We do them perfectly; we do
them quickly; we use' up-to-date
stationery and we charge
only 'Frisco prices.
Do you want more convincing arguments?
Plenty of them on file. Come and look
them over we'll take pleasure in explain
We have just received the long look
ed for line of Stylish Belts in white,
kid and calf, mounted with silver' and
gilt buckles. They have been long in
coming, but are all the handsomer and
cheaper for the wait. All lengths,
long enough for any one.
ESTABLISHED IN 1S58.
BISHOP & CO.
TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING
AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS.
Commercial and Travelers' Letters of
Credit issued, available in all the
principal cities of the world.
UU uU UU GU OUUt
Esplanade, Cor. Allen and Fort Sts.
HOLLISTER & CO.
Consolited Sofia water
Exclusive Wholesale Merchants.
HUSTACE & CO.s
Wood and Coal
White and Black Sand
Which we will sell at the very lowest
Telephone No. 14.
fl , seaside Resort
H, W. SCHMIDT & SONS
Retailers at Wholesale Prices
VON HOLT BLOCK, KING ST.
Have again reduced their prices of
Dress Goods, Household
Goods, Tailoring Goods,
Clothing, Etc. . . .
Merchants and Commission
New Zealand Mullet
Short Distance from the Bridge
Tourists and others will flnu it to
their advantage to visit the above re
sort, as they will meet with every ac
commodation that comfort require.
MRS. THOS. WRIGHT.
(Late Law Clerk of Hartwell, Thurston
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT
Interpreter of CJiinee, English
and Hawaiian hnnpuugep.
Office at HAWAIIAN CHINESE NEWS
Opposite Ihe American League, King
mreetHouolulu, H. I.
P. O. 1H)X 1S1.
CARL KLEMME, Propr.
New management, Commodious
rooms; Table board the finest, includ
ing many palatable German dishes.
Board and Hoom.Fcrweek.$6.50to$7.50
Tatle Board. - - per week. - - $5.00
Importers, Dealers and Manufac
All Kinds Fertilizers
Separately or in Compounds. In
quantities to suit. Correspondence and
A. F. COOKE, Manager.
Mil Fein Come