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THE PACIFIC CO.MMEKCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLCLr, SEPTEMI5ER 2?. ISO?.
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LOCAL BREVITIES.
Public Concert.
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I'ART
Mar.-:i.nr..-xat:u:i .
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Now lin- ul' i!j:i-!!.- - Mi iiaaaa
.A situa: id:: !i y a .I: i,ui-.-" ,;;
liana planr.at iun at S in ! i
th? 17th, $1S.l'."i.
Hawaiian Cornint-rr;.!! ar s in Fran- ' '
fiico on th" 17th, . ' a ' :
Hut chin. -on pi a ntatinn at Van Frnn
cisco on the 17th. $.".71-.
Henvy Wilt-riath. suar mill aii
in North Kona, is in town.
John Kna was s-ill q:iif.-- ih y-.-.f.-r-iay.
Ho will :.: - o-t. ;. a i n for t wo
or thrf- Wf-ics.
Mrs. R. F. liickf
.March Th:- Garrison liei
Th': Star Sange-1 Hanni-r.
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If you need shoes buv them now. Naroieon
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i-:ih-n!.w i won battles because he never waited for the enemy: he
, I got there first.
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Th' M:h.--".s, ianoho.
iio Th'- Ma ai Girl .
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i'..) Col Mm a: ;
Mr. Charts Kivu--r
M-.i:oy Plantation Son..- .. Cont'-.-rr.-'i
on ha.- niovoi intf . Waltz Ponular Air.s Bergfr
nor horn.' '"May nurn.' o: Kiiig .-;
for a nhort tim.
Tho early humor.-" : : i: the man
goose as beinr mov nura-aaris an-1 fi
st ructive t'nan -v-r.
Tlu-ro will :x a m -'i-i-r of t!;..- I
of H.,-Jlf h t'ni.s a f tor noon y 'li.-aa
tv;o vook. iju-;ns-.
V. W. Uinxou'l Co., !.t-i.. wiil
you for a f-w lay.s snap- in zon is yon t
art; constantly huyin.
Alrx. Youiif,' is to i-ion; if;-"-.! finan-
cially with tho Ma is on sto.inivr lin.
froni the coast to Hilo. j
Jas. S. (Kimo) Mi Cau'lioss an.l Capt.. ;
Ureedon li ft yesterday for Iahaina ;
with a well boring outiit. !
Caspar Whitney, tho writor. r. turno 1
liy tho Manna Loa yt-stfraay from a ;
tour of Hawaii and Maui.
Sevon plantations hero aro within a ,
few days paying out between $:;.".. bO!) j
and $100,000 in dividends. -
Tho special meeting of the .stookliold-";
.rs if the Union Food Co. will bo hold ;
at 10 o'clock this morning. j
Freil Waldron and wif-- left by the j '
Kinau yesterday for Hawaii to take ;
charge of the Volcano house. j;
Admiral Mill-'-r announced yosti rday j
afternoon that tho Philadelphia would j
sail on Friday for the Coast. i
Manuel Gouvoa was arrested yestor- !
day on the charge of embezzling j
from his employer, M. R. Dia. j
Wado Armstrong will leav' for the
Coast by the 'next steamer to undergo
an operation for a cataract on his left
eye.
Trains will run to and fro every half
hour between town and Moanalua for
the Damon reception next Saturday af
ternoon., j
Capt. C. V. Zeigler, X. G. H., is hav- j
ing great success in every way in dril-j
ling New York regiment men in artil- j
lory work.
A position as clerk or salesman in
mercantile house is wanted by man of
experience in XewYork houses. Local
references. - -
W. J. Yates, deputy sheriff of Kau.
is in town for surgical treatment to his
right leg, which was recently injured
in an accident.
Frank Vida will leave next Tuesday
for Hawaii to remain a year. He is
being sent there by his physician on
account of weak lungs.
J. F. Morgan will hold an auction
sale of sugar and steamship and other
valuable stock at noon today at his
salesrooms, Queen street.
Eakin & Whitman will receive new
Tribune Bicycles by the S. S. Australia.
They do repair work in all its branches
and guarantee it perfect.
The general public is invited to the
fair which will take place on the
grounds of the M. K. church parsonage
at 7:30 tomorrow evening.
A lot of not less than 100 feet by
200 feci, bounded by Makiki. Kapto
lani, Wilder Avenue and Heretania
streets is wanted. See ad.
A- mail will be taken by the Warri
moo today to Vancouver. The Austra
lia, with late coast mail, will not fall
due to arrive until Friday.
On account of the moonlight concert
at Makee Island tonight the band will
not play on the grounds of the Execu
tive building this afternoon.
Payment has been stopped on two
drafts drawn by the Rev. Paul Raw
lins on the Rt. Rev. Rishop Gulstan.
in favor of A. i. Lindsay, for $;.
If you are interested in the latest
styles and fabrics in dress goods, it
will bo worth your while to visit the
X. S. Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
Mail for the Coast per the transport
Valencia will close at the post ohiee at
11 o'clock this morning provided there
is not a change in her sailing time
A meeting of the Regiment base ball
club will be held at 5 o'clock this af
ternoon for the purpose of organizing
a team to play the First New York
nine.
Professor Alexander left yesterday
for Hawaii to direct the work of sur
veying two tracts of Government land
shortly to bo opened up for settle
ment. .
Mrs. Wray Taylor and child. Mr. and
Mrs. S. Nowlein and Mrs. J. Monsarrat
are booked on the steamer Mikahala.
sailing for Lahaina and Ivoua and Kau
Friday.
Tho Advertiser secured from th--
Pennington a pap.fr with dispatches
twenty-four hours later than the nows
advices by the Coptic, the last mail
boat from the Coast.
Assurance is given that damage done
the race track at Kapiolani park by
Government wagons will be fully re
paired. The way for the first quar: et
nas been seriously turned up.
Today at 10 o'clock a. m. J. F. Mor
gan will sell at public auction at his
sales room, crockery, glassware, oak
bedroom furniture, garden chairs. 1).
R. chairs, parlor and veranda chairs,
etc.
Miss M. E. Killean invites the public
to her fall opening of French hats and
novelties, and the display of Parisian
dressmaking on Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday, October 4 ami ... and fol
lowing days.
The Denver company of Engineers
completed the march to Pearl City
about 10 o'clock yesterday morning and
went into camp at Remond Grove. Sur
veying on the harbor front for a coal
ing station site will begin this morning.
D - i.'wmjt mmn i mm ,11111 in 1 in 1 t.n m
. "' J!Y I ifltihttli C-Vri T fillkT 11T lift i Mf fif I 1 i'"' ' blM
dry qooos es lt-
'The. picqfESsiVE:TORjf
If You Are
INTERESTED
in the
LATEST STYLES
and
FABRICS
in
SS GOODS
Give us
a Call.
Business success is won in the same way.
We don't wait for stores to cet the new creations in
shoes, we get them ourselves. Come and see.
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SIGN OF THE BIG SHOE.
FORT STREET.
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Limited.
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For Sale.
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25 Shares HONOLULU PLANTA
TION. (Paid up.)
30 Shares OAHU (Assessable).
25 Shares AMERICAN SUGAR COM
PANY, (paid up).
25 Shares OOKALA SUGAR PLAN
TATION CO.
10 Shares UNION MILL CO.
25 Shares WAIANAE SUGAR CO.
15 Shares PIONEER MILL CO.
25 Shares HONOMU SUGAR CO.
20 Shares PEPEEKEO SUGAR CO.
25 Shares KIPAHULU SUGAR CO.
10 Shares CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
20 Shares 1 1 AWN. SUGAR CO..
( Makaweli).
100 Shares MUTUAL TEL. CO.
TO LET.
A seven roomed house on Wilder
avenue. Large and airy rooms and fit
ted throughout with electric light.
Stables and servants' house in the
rear of residence. Will lease for 12
months to a sood tenant.
WANTED. .
(). li. &. L. CO. Bonds.
FOR SALE.
Complete Soap Making Plant. Par
ticulars of the undersigned.
HARRY ARMITAGE.
Share Broker.
Cor. King & Bethel Sts.
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ONLY 10 CENTS?
Qrea
Thafs IV.;
a DIG CUT on
Sheet Music
But we have to do it.
A whole counter full of it.
Come and take your choice.
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This week only, we offer a good
ORGAN
FOR $35.00.
A goo 1. second hand
Upright Piano,
ONLY $90.00.
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Your raonc-v savers.
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Is the most delicate of all delicate
things, and is more subject to external
influences tlan a grown, person's.
The quality of the soap used in the
baby's bath is of great importance,
because 2t rsens a happy, healthy
child or a fretful one, -with skin full
of Irritation caused by the excessive
alkali in the foap.
Curative-Skin Soap means much to
the mother. It is as pure as it is pos
sible to nake a toilet soap. It -prill
not cause slrin blemishes, but pos
sesses a soothing effect; It cleans
but does net irritate. Try a cake. It
is its ovm test advertisement. Made
in America, too. Get It of
Theo.H.Davies & Co
LIMITED
Merchants and Commission Agents,
Beg to call the attention of the trade
to their complete line of .
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PAINTS AND OILS.
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A fine assortment of Kitchen Furnishings.
GRAY AGATE WARE a Specialty.
a.3.2",CLrra-r-uL - Street-
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FORT STREET.
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KIKC & FORT STS.
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GREAT
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Great Reduction
. . . IN . . .
THE
ROYAL
RIBBONS,
LACES and
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For the rest of the week.
Ribbons in endless variety
and many shades.
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FORT STREET.
None Better.
Strong, Durable and Light Running,
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LEADERS WHEREYER INTRODUCED.
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Agents for following
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THE WELL KNOWN ELDREDGE
THE UNEXCELLED VICTOR
THE UP TO DATE CRAWFORD
THE JUVENILE E L F ! N E
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Also BICYCLE SUNDRIES such as
Tires, Rims, Spokes, Lamps, etc.
If you don't know what, you want, our bicycle man,
R. C. Geer, will help you out.
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312 Fort Street.
Telephone 565.
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Hotel Street
- Robinson Block.
JUST RECEIVED
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FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
Full line :f Jewelry, Yamatoya Shirts, Pajamas. Neckties, IZic. Fancy an.l
Domestic Dry Goods.
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Wholesale Dealers in Japanese Goods and Provisions.
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Have arrived p'-r S. C. Allen" and "5. N. Castle'
and will be opened on SEPTKMIJKR 5TH.
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Thev will be old at the .-am
cnt. ii.cor.nt a former importation?.
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