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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, NOVEMBER 27, 1896.
A young man seeks room and board.
See his notice.
New telephone post3 are being put in
on King street.
A young gentleman advertises in an
other column for work to occupy his
The Historical Society will meet in
the Y. M. C. A. at 7:30 o'clock tomor
M. Mclnerny, the clothier, speaks in
his ad. of today, to the man who ap
Mrs. Gunn's dancing class at 7:30
o'clock this evening. Members must
be on hand in time.
Wall, Nichols Co.'s store will be
closed today, but orders by telephone
will be promptly filled.
Mrs. C. A. Brown is able to be out
driving after several weeks In bed
nursing a sprained ankle.
The Hawaiian Band gave its usua
concert on the Executive building
grounds Wednesday afternoon.
T. P. Severin returned from the Gar
den Isle on the Kauai yesterday, after
doing several weeks' successful busi
It is said that Jams Campbell has
offered $22,500 for the Odd Fellows'
building on Fort street. The price
asked is $25,000.
The young son of William Larsen,
who was run over by a heavy dray a
few days ago, died yesterday morning
from his injuries.
Frank J. Kruger, the Fort st. watch
maker, has an advertisement in this
issue calling attention to th famous
Hitchcock and Wise, Attorneys at
Law, Hilo, solicit business of Hono
lulu merchants and attorneys. They
have a card in this paper.
Can you spell coffee pot correctly
without saying tea pot? The Hawaiian
Hardware Company are advertising
tea and coffee pots this week.
The Hui Aloha Aina will meet in
Arion Hall tomorrow. Bill White,
Maui's choice for the presidency, ar
rived by the Kinau Wednesday.
The Ladies Aid Society of the M.
E. Church will continue their lawn
party at the residence of Rev. H. W.
Peck, Beretania street, on Friday.
The regular weekly meeting of the
Board of Education will be held at 2:30
p. m. today. The Practice School mat
ter will again come up for discussion.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Hawaiian Sugar Co.
will be held at the office of W. G. Irwin
& Co. on the morning of Tuesday, Dec.
In the Ashworth liquor case defend
ant was found guilty and sentenced to
pay a fine of $250 in the police court
Wednesday 'morning. An appeal has
There was no meeting of the Board
of Health Wednesday. There was not
much business to be transacted and
the meeting was postponed until next
On account of the heavy rains of
Wednesday the telephone system was
all out of order, and the force at the
central office was insufficient to cope
with all the difficulties.
Sealed tenders will be received at the
office of the Minister of the Interior
until Monday, December 28th, 1896, at
12 o'clock noon, for furnishing piles and
lumber for construction of wharves.
There was quite a fight between two
card players in the basement of the
Hawaiian Hotel at noon yesterday. It
began over a 50-cent bet, but ended
with both belligerents being bruised.
The Misses A. and M. Woods, sisters
of Sam Woods of Theo. H. Davies &
Co., arrived from Hawaii on the stea
mer Kinau, Wednesday. They are the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. Rain Wal
ker. Among the arrivals from Maui and
Hawaii ports on the steamer Kinau
Wednesday noon were Paul Isenberg
Jr., A. W. Richardson, H. Louisson, C.
J. Falk, George Rodick and Rev. L.
Owing to the overcrowding of his
shelves, M. G. Silva, proprietor of the
Temple of Fashion, has decided to hold
a clearing sale on December 2d next,
in order to make room for new goods
On account of the performance of
"The Ensign" by the Frawley Company
Saturday night the Y. II. I. have
changed their meeting from that time
to 2 o'clock in the afternoon. The lec
ture by J. M. Poepoe and music by the
boys will be the attractions.
The following is the repertoire for
the third and last week of the Frawley
season: Tuesday, Dec. 1, "His Wife's
Father;" Thursday, Dec. 3, "The Great
Unknown;" matinee, Dec. 5, "All the
Comforts of Home;" evening, Deo. 5,
"Nancy & Co." Reserved seats are
now on sale at Hobron's.
j The Star newsboys were given a
j Thanksgiving dinner at Love's yester-
dinner they marched along on King
j street blowing tin horns and yelling at
the tops of their voices. This done
they took a bus and went to the foot
The children of the Free Kindergart
ens at Emma Hall were made happy
Wednesday morning by a liberal do
nation of cream candy which Mr. C. V.
Sturdevant was thoughtful enough to
send. With other donations this helped
to complete the Thanksgiving program
which has been in progress for some
weeks in the way of a little party for
the children. Mr. Sturdevant received
the hearty thanks of the children and
Diamond Head. i
November 20, IS9.
Weather c'ear, wind light northeast.
SILKS, SILKS, SILKS, SILKS
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY.
Pure silks, full range of
colors, suitable for wear or
Only 35" cents a yard.
These are absolutely and
beyond any question o
aouDt, tne Dest value ever
offered. This price is strictly
for one week only.
Our millinery department.
Special inducement this
week. Solid silver hat pins
Our millinery department
is right up-to-date. Latest
style sailor hats. An im
mense assortment of dress
hats at .
N. S. SACHS,
J Basqne-AValst 8715.
I Skirt 8735.
The above or any other pattern of
Butterick's Costumes to be had of
MRS. M. HANNA,
COOK'S MUSIC SCHOOL.
Waring Building, Beretania street
Yoice Piano and Harmony. Espe
cial attention is paid to muscular con
trol, touch and musical analysis.
Ourstore will be closed
tomorrow (Thursday) and
also Friday, to make ar
rangements for our grand
See Saturday morning's
paier for full particulars
of "SANTA'S" arrival.
I II I II III II II I IF
M if fill
If you are, come in. We are looking for just
such people as you, because we Have several thou
sand dollars' worth of shoes we would like to get
rid of. No; we are not going to give them away;
not yet, at least.
They're worth money more money than we are
going to ask you to pay and we think they'll find
purchasers before we have to resort to the desperate
method of giving them away.
All of our shoes have the price marked upon
the box, and they tell their own story.
There is a
that lias the
. . over all
ladies of . .
out that Ramoxa Velvet Face
Powder is without an equal. It
is pure and harmless, and makes
the skin feel well cared for. It
corrects the .
of nature. . .
. . delightful
to the skin
to the eve.
Insist on .
. having the
get it of
Hobron Drug Co.
Lovers of perfume will be
pleased to know that an emi
nent French specialist has dis
covered that many of these
fragrant essences are not only
harmless, but of actual value
to health. He demonstrates
this fact by the result of ex
periments whereby he exposed
a number of disease microbes to
the action of various essential
oils distilled from flowers and
plants. Bitter almond, thyme,
lemon, and mint proved exceed
ingly killing, while lavender
ranked higher than either euca
lyptus, turpentine or camphor.
U e have an immense assort
ment of Roger & Gallet's famous
French perfumes direct from
the factory. We are selliner
them at popular prices as usual.
If you love perfumes-hardly any
one dislikes them-here is the
opportunity to get the best the
world produces at
Hobron Drug Co.
Headquarters for the fine
Cable Address, "Baliol." AGENTS
BAILEY OIL COMPANY.
BAILEY. PORTER & CO.
415 Montgomery St.,
San Francisco, Cal.
DUN GOLD ID COPPER MINES.
"Will take the supervision of mines
f desired, and can insure a careful and
economical management of the same.
Mr. Porter being a mining and mill
superintendent of long experience and
thorough training; and our employees
- W. H. BAILEY, Manager.
References, San Francisco: Selby
Smelting & Lead Works, Hon. C. R.
Honolulu: Hon. W. O. Smith. T. W.
Till ------- --- -AUW
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Little Joker Tobacco
The Best and Sweetest
or Pipe or Cigarette. For Sale
anufacturers' Shoe Co.
EXCLUSIVE SHOE DEALERS
May have a momentary result in
bringing a little trade; but it cannot
bring any lasting results to a house
established to remain.
We prefer the good old way of say
ing what we mean, and meaning what
we say: We believe in buying
Goods ol mm Qualify;
And we are decidedly not afraid of
IT IS JUST WHAT WE WANT!
Honest comparison; for we know
that our goods are better value every
time; and what pleases us better than
all else, is the fact that
YOU KNOW IT ALSO;
and are telling us so every day.
Years of experience in our busi
ness has taught us how and where to
buy, and how to sell; and we know you
appreciate that fact also. .
This Season's Assortment
Is unusally fine in all departments.
A special line of heavily gilt
3 c3 GE 1 B9"
In Rococco designs, with and without
leather cases, are very attractive, and
will merit your appreciation.
PRICES RANGE FROM $5.00 TO $8.00
Furthermore for handsome
In beautiful enamels, of which there
are several dozen different patterns,
and on which prices are remarkably
low, we certainly carry the assortment.
As Low as $6. and as High as $40.'
Union Express Co.
Office, King St. Opp. Wall, Nichols Co.
We move Safes, Pianos and Furni
ture. We check Baggage at your Res
idence, and place Small Baggage in
Staterooms. We remove garbage and
yard sweepings by the month or load;
haul freight from and to Steamers.
We have large Wagons and small Wag
ons, large Drays and small Drays.
WE WILL MOYE ANYTHING MOYABLE.
Competent men and low prices.
W. LARSEN, Manager.
Dailv Advertiser 75 cents a
month, delivered by carrier.
Long - cut imported. Suitable
at every retail store, or at
for the Hawaiian Isles.
Tl TTTT1 1
HUSTACE & CO.,
Wood and Coal
White and Black Sand
Which we will sell at the very lowest
Telephone No. 14.
Such as PORT, MADEIRA and CLARET
(In Kegs and Cases)
Moscl Wine, Whiskios, El-fcc
Also, the Celebrated
Of the AMERICAN BREWING CO., of St. Louis.
And the Well Knewn
Also, an Invoice of
Fine Hava na
FOR SALE BY
H. W. SCHMIDT
Merchants and Commission
Hew Zealand Mullet
A Short Distance from the Bridge, '
Tourists and others will Ann It to
their advantage to rislt the above re
sort, as they will meet with every ac
commodation that comfort require.
MRS. THOS. WRIGHT,
A First Class RJeal
FOR MILCH COWS
Highest Grade Alfalfa Hay !
Just arrived In the bark Albert. Also
CHOICE NO. 1 OATS
AND OIL CAKE MEAL.
CITY FEED STORE.
L. H. DEE & CO.,
Old Armory, Beretania Street.
Telephone 921. P. O. Box 301.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Metropolitan Meat Company
All Kinds Fertilizers
Separately or In Compounds. In
quantities to suit. Correspondence and
A. F. COOKE. Manager.