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' ' - - THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, NOVEMBER 1. 1897. LOCAL BREVITIES. P. B. & L. A. regular monthly meet- I ing tonight. r, , , . TI , , . i Band concert in Emma Square at Egans big sacrifice sale begins to-;7:30 0vlock this evening. on, will receive its charter this week. Central Unioin church will have its annual roll call cn Wednesday even ing next. The Children's Loyal Temperance Legion will meet at Central Union Church at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon. Diamond Head, October 31, 1897. Weather clear; wind, light N. E. P. S. Lvman came down from Hama kua on the Noeau Sunday. The next races at Cyclomere Park will take place on Tuesday night. A notice to stockholders and bond holders of the Wailuku Sugar Co., ap pears in this paper. v Chas. Ferguson is the gentleman in charge at Ewa plantation in the ab sence of Manager Lowrie Rev. II. II. Parker spoke fifteen minutes in Enelish at Kawaiahao church yesterday morning. Sir Nowles and Lady Salmon called on the President and members of the Cabinet Saturday morning. The Sons of St. George meet at 7:30 o'clock this evening. It is requested that all members be present. J. L. Carter, the painter, formerly in busines here, is down from his Hilo home for mediical treatment. C. S. Desky may have a new steam launch soon. He is doing some figur ing with Engineer A. W. Keech. Everything at reduced prices for three weeks at K. Isoshima's, King street, (next to Castle & Cooke). All claims against John H. Thomp son must be presented to C. F. Peter son, at his office on Kaahumanu street. Yesterday was all Saints' day and there was special music at St. An drew's and the Roman Catholic cathe drals. Mrs. Edward will give an entertain ment at Kaumakapili Church on Tues day evening, November 2. Admission, 50 cents. a P! ATnrnhv has nlaced the fittings t i i ii x kViaq Virmco n n fl i will receive his brand new stock by the FINE PARLO . CURTAINS, Australia. Y Earth SPECIAL BARGAINS IN Lace Curtains and Curtain Materials. Extra Fine Curtains 50 Cents on the Dollar. THIS WEEK! Nottingham Curtains, Extra quality, 3 1-2 yards long, full width, at $i.;o and $2.00 a pair. Extra, special value in Should anyone wear poor shoes? They injure the health, and that's expensive; They hurt the feet, and that's unprofitable; They make one uncomforta ble, and there's no use being so; They look unsightly, and that's inexcusable! The shoe be it any price is an ornament of the foot, and our shoes represent the Upper Four Hundred of footwear in Honolulu or anywhere else. For qual ity, service, ease and style our shoes have no equals. We sell only Good Shoes that are manufac tured expressly for us at prices, in say. Ladies' Ox Ties, from $1.00 up to the very finest and most artistic shoemaking. High Grade Lubricating Si ol Bio &o FORT ST. OILS. (United.) Merchants and Commission Agents DM GOODS, HARDWARE, tod GROCERIES. MAP; mica niim sister of Ed. Dekum of Wall, Nichols company, will be here by the Australia from Portland, Ore., for a visit. . . The adjourned quarterly meeting of the Union Feed Company will be held at the company's office at 10 a. m. on Wednesday. Vida and Kekai made a raid on an opium den on Xuuanu street last night and captured five Chinamen with the usual outfits. There will be no reception at the Japanese Legation on November 3rd, on account of the fact that the court is in mourning. Po and Wailua were arrested by De tective Kaapa Sunday morning on the charge of selling spirituous liquor without a license. We check baggage at your residence and place small baggage in staterooms of all steamers. Union Express Co., King street. iei. oo. It is understood that promiscuous A bathing along that portion of Waikiki beach just Ewa of the Drmge, win uc ;i stoDned by the police. Hand-made harness always looks well and will outlast half a dozen sets of store shoddy. C. R. Collins, manu facturer, Honolulu and Hilo. On Wednesday, November 3, at his place, at noon, Jas. F. Morgan, will sell at public auction, (shares of sugar and other stock. See advertisement. A number of the linemen of the Ha waiian Electric Company quit in a body last week. The, dispute with the company was concerning overtime. Private Kiley of the Regulars will soon cease his duties as a soldier and return to his home in the States. The military and baseball men will miss him. imnntr ihp arrivals from Kauai ports on the Mikahala Sunday were the following: C. B. Hofgaard, G. J. Ross, S. Kaeo, L. M. Vettlesen and F. Bindt. Chas. Johnson, for several months an f employe of the Mutual Telephone com pany, now wears the blue shirt and cap of a fireman. He is at No. 1 Com pany's engine house. The friends of Harry Miller are be ginning to wonder where he has stop ped off in the States. According to last mail advices he was a month overdue at San Francisco. The Kaumakapili church concert Saturday night, in which several of the local Hawaiian musical societies parti cipated, was very much of a success. A large number of natives turned out. Purser C. Lacy Goodrich of the Cop tic turned up bright and smiling Sat urday morning. After attending to his duties he donned a bicycle suit and attended the races in Cyclomere Park. Manager H. S. Walton, of the Peer less Preserving Paint company has se cured from the Oahu railway and Land companv the contract to dip into his pickling composition 6,300 tons of iron and steel. It is understood that the local talent which started in on a minstrel show not long ago, has seen enough service before the show and is therefore sat isfied to drop everything connected therewith. This is curtain week, at N. S. Sachs'. Extra quality, Nottingham curtains, yards long and full width for $1.50 a pair. Extra fine parlor curtains, "the very latest," will be sold for 50 cents on the dollar. ! " The Hawaiian band had a busy day of it Saturday. From 2 until 4:15,! music was furnished at Cyclomere. Park; from 4:30 to 5:30 they played; at Emma Square and from S to 10 they were again at Cyclomere Park. Antone Fernandes, a captain of po-! lice on the Island of Hawaii, came j down on the Noeau Sunday. He is ai brother of Captain Fernandes of the! police force of this city. The two have not seen each other for fourteen years. Frank De Medicis, for the past year a linotype operator on the Advertiser, Wtnrt tn thp United States on the Hontic Saturday. He is undecided at present where he will locate preman ently. His home is in Florida and he may return to his native State. J. McMillan, Doi (Japanese) and Akau (Chinese), were arrested Sunday. ' The first drank a bottle of whiskey and then broke the bottle on the street; the second left his horse and carriage ' standing on the street all night and the last blocked up a sidewalk in Chinatown with his baskets. The Countess Festetics, well known here, was a through --wigpr on the Coptic from Kobe to San Franisco. While in the city, the Countess visit ed the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum at Kamehameha and expressed herself as being much pleased with the many objects of interest to be found there. Point de Esprit, Brussels Net, Battenburg and Antique, In white and ecru. These were bought 50 Cents on the Dollar, and we will give you the benefit; nmv i the time to buv FINE CURTAINS and pay no more th in you would for ordinary ones. N. S. SACHS, 520 Fort street, Honolulu. School Children 6) Co will receive with each purchase a beautiful litho graphed map of the Hawaiian Islands. This offer to hold good until our supply of maps is exhausted. Our maps are very convenient for refrence, and are particularly useful to children studying Hawaiian geography. Free to anyone else purchasing a bottle of f Aloha Tooth Wash or Powder, The maps alone are worth what you're asked for the best Tooth Powder and most delightful Tooth Wash ever sold. Pure and wholesome. Price 25 cents. 6) CO 01 CO o CO O ATLANTIC RED ENGINE. Especially. Adapted to Centrifugal Machinery and High Speed Engines. CAPITOL CYLINDER. For Cylinders, Etc. CASTOR MINERAL. For Steam Plows. SUMMER BLACK. For Car Boxes, Etc. -ALSO 6 CO o Coal Tar, Stockholm Tar, Fire Clay. Dagge r" Brand Mullet. K. 0. Baking Powder. Manila Cigars, Union Express Co; TELEPHONE 80. Office, King St. Opp. Wall, Nichols Co. We move Safes, Pianos and Furni ture. We check Baggage at your Resi dence, and place Small Baggage la Staterooms. We remove Garbage and Yard Sweepings by the month or load; haul Freight from and to Steamers. We have large Wagons and small Wagons, large Drays and small Drays. WE WILL HOVE ANYTHING HOYiBLB. Competent men and low prices. W. LARSEN, Manager. BUTTERICK PATTERN 9262. 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GRAPHITE is one of the purest forms of carbon and is impervious to heat, cold, alkali, salt air, acids and rust, and it is claimed will last longer than any other paint. Honolulu Sanitaria 1082 KING STREET. A auiet. hveienlc home, where inva lids can obtain treatment, consisting of Massage, "Swedish Movement," Baths (both Electric and Russian) ad ministered by Trained Nurses. Strict attention given to diet DR. C. L. GARVIN, in Charge. DR. S. C. RAND, Manager. Telephone, 639. X expert TYPEWRITER Arn OI TM wort? rrAP 3 AND QUN WORK DONE PROMPTLY. Hawaiian Cycle & Mfg. Co. 2 312 Fort St. " Opposite Lewers & Cooke. Dandruff Killer! A New and Thoroughly Efficient Destroyer For All DANDRUFF IN THE DEAD. Guaranteed to Cure the Scalp Of Ail Skin Diseases. Pat up in one size bottle only. CRITERION BARBER SHOP, PACHECO & FERNANDES, Prop. Fort St., Opp. Pantheon Stables. HUSTACE & CO.. DEALERS IN Wood and Coal ALSO White and Black Sand Which we will sell at the very lowca. market rates. 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