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The Pacific commercial advertiser. [volume] (Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands) 1885-1921, October 10, 1898, Image 7

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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, OCTOBER. 10, 150S.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Sugar, 4 5-10; firm.
Hutchinson plantation. $.". 371;..
liana plantation. $17.50 and Sis.
Tableaus and Charades Mrs. Hanna.
Hawaiian Commercial. $27.75 and
$2S.
Regular meeting of Pacific Lodge
tonight.
Company D's ball Thursday evening
will be the society event of the week.
Hawaiian curios, mats, hats, etc., at
the Woman's Exchange, 213 Merchant
street.
This is the evening of the quarterly
meeting and reception of the Y. M.
C. A.
Manager Hugh Morrison, of Maka
weli plantation, is at the Hawaiian
Hotel.
Mrs. Gunn's dancing class meets at
Progress Hall every Friday evening at
8 o'clock.
Classes at the gymnasium for busi
ness men meet this afternoon at 4:30
and 5:15.
W. E. Rowell and J. S. McCandless
returned by the Claudine yesterday
from Maui.
Dr. A. E. Ingersoll returned by the
Mauna Ala, Saturday morning from
San Francisco.
An important business meeting of
officers of the N. G. H. will be held at
7:30 this evening.
The Makee Island concert was sore
ly missed yesterday afternoon by fre
quenters of the beach.
The engagement is announced of
Allan Jones, of Honolulu, and Miss
Eva Smith, of Paia, Maui.
Classes in arithmetic, bookkeeping
and geography will meet at the Y. M.
C. A. at 7:30 this evening.
Members of the Town football team
are urged to be at Makiki ground from
4:30 this afternoon for practice.
John A. Gowan, wife and &on, of
Mexico, arrived by the It. P. Rithet
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yesteruay to locate m me isihuus. j
Complaint is made that the Volcano
road between Hilo and the eight-mile
post is in a sad state of disorder.
The Kickapoo show tent at Beret a
nia and Alakea streets was crowded
to its utmost capacity Saturday even
ing. There were very few soldiers in town
Saturday night. Altogether it was very
quiet. The streets were well policed up
to 12 o'clock.
Portuguese in Hawaii will celebrate
December 1, as the anniversary of the
release of the mother country from
Spanish rule.
Engineers at Camp McKinley and
the troops at Camp Otis expect to re
ceive a month's pay by the Alameda
on Wednesday.
It is claimed that two agents are at
Hilo from the States looking over the
field with the view of establishing
banking business.
James Spencer and Miss Smithies
will be married in St. Andrew's Cathe
dral tomorrow evening. Rev. Alex.
Mackintosh will officiate.
The City Repair Shop- on Bethel
street rent 1898 Cleveland bicycles.
Repair work in all branches promptly
attended to and guaranteed.
Prof. Theo. Richards led the men's
meeting in the Y. M. C. A. hall yes
terday afternoon. The new Y. M. C.
A. quartette furnished the music.
Prang's water-color paints, water
color drawing paper, bricks of model
ing clay, etc., for school use. for sale
by the Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
The first recriment here from the
Coast for Manila will be the Fifty
first Iowa. It was expected that the
first transport would sail last week.
The schooner Emma & Louisa will
be sold at auction on Wednesday, Octo
ber 19, by Jas. F. Morgan, who will
furnish full particulars and inventory.
An interest of Louis Richards Rosa
in a lot at Kikihale, sold by Auction
ppr Tlarrv Armitace. Saturday morn
ing, was bought by David Kaapa for
$300.
Wm. Ottman, one of the men who
has secured a light wine license for
Waikiki, will occupy the Chinese store
premises opposite Sherwood's near the
bridge.
H. S. Ewing and wife returned by the
Rithet yesterday from a visit of sev
eral weeks to San Francisco. Mrs. M.
Farnsworth was also a passenger by
that vessel.
The latest designs for handsome
wedding outfits, can be had of Mme.
Levanway and Mae Chambers, at 73
Beretania street, directly back of Ha
waiian Hotel.
J. F. Morgan, real estate and stock
broker is a member of the Honolulu
Stock Exchange. All business entrust
ed to him will have immediate and
careful attention.
Quaint, unique poses, faithful like
nesses, and dainty styles of finishing
baby's photos find favor in every
mother's eyes. J. J. Williams makes
a specialty of baby's photos.
Today at 11 o'clock a. m. at the store
of H. Hackfeld & Co.. J. F. Morgan will
sell at public auction for account of
whom it may concern, merchandise
damaged by water per bark Paul Isen
berg. A fair sized audience heard the con
cert of Sydney H. Morse, assisted by
local talent, in Progress Hall, Saturday
evening. This was the final special
appearance of the popular tenor in
Honolulu.
Shareholders in the firm of Brewer &
Co. decided Saturday morning to in
crease the capital stock of the concern
from $000,000 to $1,000,000. A dividend
of nine per cent, for the past three
months was declared.
Prof. Alexander returned by the Ki
nau from Olaa where he has been
directing the surveying of a cross road
to connect with two tracts of coffee
land soon to be opened up by the Gov
ernment for settlement.
When the R. P. Rithet left San Fran
cisco it was reported that the steamer
City of Peking would leave there Octo
ber 4. Repairs were being made to
some parts of her machinery, it was
said. If this is a fact the liner may
arrive here this evening.
Would You Succeed?
DRV GOODS es LT-.
Special Exhibition
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THURSDAY. fHIDW IRD S1MY
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Ribbons
Ribbons
Ribbons
Silks and Velvets.
EVERYTHING NEW.
Then be energetic and straight in your
business relations with your customers.
This is why The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
do the business.
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The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
SIGN OF THE BIG SHOE.
FORT STREET.
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from
Our own direct importations
Paris, London and New York. We in
vite your inspection.
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Limited.
STOCKS
For Sale.
Your Teeth need
ATTENTION
The ben-eSt promised from the use
or good tootn powder is lost tnrouga
the nse ol
Poor Tooth Brushes.
'hre is as ranch in the brush as the
dentifrice. The bristles must be per
manently set and they should b-? of
the right sort. We have solved the
problem with our genuine
ELECTRIC
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10 Shares HAWAIIAN
LIGHT CO.
10 Shares HONOLULU PLANTA
TION. (Paid up.)
30 Shares OAHU (Assessable).
20 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 HAW'N. SUGAR CO.
(Makaweli).
100 Shares MUTUAL TEL. CO.
TO LET.
Two-story dwelling house, contain
ing six rooms. Rooms matted through
out. $16 a month.
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 good tenant.
ALOHA
TOOTH
BRUSHES
made especially, for us and stamped
with our name. There is no brush to
be found in Honolulu that has met
with such
READY SALE
as tms. Dentists recommend it for its
quality. It penetrates the spaco be
tween the teeth and in conjunction
with Aloha Tooth Powder and Wash
prevents the formation of tartar.
THE ALOHA
Is sold only by us and has no equal.
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FORT STREET.
Of
GREAT
Theo. H. Davies & Co
LIMITED
Merchants and Commission Agents,
Be to call the attention of the trade
to their complete line of
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PAINTS AND OILS.
GENERAL PLANTATION SDPIffi
A fine assortment of Kitchen Furnishings.
GRAY AGATE WARE a Specialty.
Special Sale
AND
Great Reduction
IN
O. R. & L.
WANTED.
CO. Bonds.
25 CENTS EACH.
FOR SALE.
Two story dwelling house and lot
49x96, Palama.
2 Lots at Kalihi, 50x100.
Complete Soap Making Plant. Par
ticulars of the undersigned.
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Ribbons
Laces and
Embroideries
For the rest of the week.
Ribbons in endless variety
and many shades.
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FORT STREET.
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HARRY ARMITAGE.
Share Broker.
Cor. King & Bethel Sts.
J. F. MORGAN, t
REAL ESTATE
AND
STOCK BROKER.
Member of Honolulu Stock
Exchange.
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Telephone No. 72.
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None Better,
Strong, Durable and Light Running.
icycles
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LEADERS WHEREVER INTRODUCED.
ONLY 10 CENTS? I
That's Right
It 3
a BIG 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 wek only, we offer a good
ORGAN
FOR $35. OO.
A goo d, second hand
Upright Piano,
ONLY $90.00.
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Your money savers.
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
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EARSON & HOBRON,
Telephone 565.
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Hotel Street
Robinson Block.
PER S. S. AZTEC AND MOGUL
A large quantity of
IK MID COT TON YflMflTOYA SHIRTS B PAJAMAS.
Full
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Jewelry, Underwear, Hoiser;-, Necktk-s, C::
Domestic Dry Gools.
Fan; a-i
Wholesale Dealers in Japanese Goods and Provisions.
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ROYAL
WORCESTER
CORSET
For Sale At
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Agents for following
BICYCLES:
THE WELL KNOWN
ELDREDGE
THE UNEXCELLED VICTOR
THE UP TO DATE
CRAWFORD
THE JUVENILE ELFINE
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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On former prices to Cash Purchasers
for Two Weeks.
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