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The Pacific commercial advertiser. [volume] (Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands) 1885-1921, December 29, 1898, Image 9

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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, DECEMBER. 29, 1893.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Hirano, HiiMno
m The U. S. Revenue Cutter MeCulloeh
13 iargei tor the local kodak
ment.
There is no room on top
are- there, iilue and Black
Whitman.
Ask V. C. Peacock
regi- j
Tribunes
Kakin &
For the North American and New
Zealand Fir Insumno companies. Mr.
II. Io:-e is distributing useful cflire
supplies.
It. C. A. IV'ter.son. stock and real es
tate broker, buys and sells island and
S'.'l.KliUV."!, 1 II J JJi u t-u IllJUl-
i ban and acreage properties.
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LET US TALK
POPULAR PRICES.
L. D. Kerr has a fine display of mil
linery goods at his Queen street store,
and is quoting prices upon other goods
that cannot fail to attract buyers.
JUST OPENED:
A splendid assortment of
CnENILLE AND TAPESTRY
PORTIERES.
TAPESTRY TABLE COVERS
AND
LACE CURTAINS.
Titivate your homes for
Christmas.
We cater specially for your
wants.
The largest variety of sea
sonable goods ever displayed.
We are the
People's Providers.
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l m Dm Goods Co.
Official notice is out for the widening j To you on the merits of the Sterling
of lieretania street ietveen Punchbowl j Bicycle and why It is the best made
and Fort. j and. best lasting wheel in the market
For music at Mrs. Gunn's riancinz ! today. Pacific Cycle and Mfg. Co.,
class tomorrow evening there will bp ! agents.
the Quintette club.
Merchants of the city sent to the
Telephone Exchange boys some money
for Christmas greeting.
Wall, Nichols & Co. are agents for
the Office Specialty Mfg. Co., Rochester,
N. Y. See ad in this issue.
The transactions in Kwji stock late
ly have been for the most part trans
fers to people in the States.
Deputy Attorney-General Dole and
others will leave on Tuesday next to
attend the Hilo term of court.
A. L. O. Atkinson, of the Attorney
General's office, will be in Ewa today
attending the court of that district.
W -1 - . . v1
ivawaianao bunday school had its
Christmas tree last evening with the
usual program and a big attendance.
Intending purchasers of household
articles will serve their interests by
calling at V W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
The Y. M. C. A. people are all work
ing hard these days for the reception
Monday and the concert in the evening.
The St. Andrew's Second Congrega
tion Christmas festival for the Sab
bath School children is to be held this
evening.
Officers of the Italian cruiser will
call upon President Dole at 11 a. m. to
day. They will be presented by Con
sul Schaefer.
Today the Supreme Court will ad
journ over to next Tuesday to have
time for work on the Chinese habeas
corpus cases.
J. F. Morgan will sell a quantity of
benches and tables on Friday, Decem
ber 30th, at 12 o'clock noon, at the Ex
ecutive building.
Will E. Fisher, real estate agent, has
numerous applications by excellent ten
ants, who desire to rent furnished or
unfurnished rooms.
The usual Hall & Son calendar, the
first number of which dates back to
when Tantalus was a hole in the
ground, lias been received.
Latest Novelties Elegant silk and
wool designs. Call and see samples at
Leading Modistes. LeVanway and
Chambers, 73 Beretania street.
Harmony Lodge I. O. O. F. is making
big preparations for an installation
party next Monday evening. All visit
ing Odd Fellows will be invited.
The stock books of the Waimea
Sugar Mill Co. will be closed to trans
fers from Friday, December 30th, to
Saturday, December 31st, 1S9S, inclu
sive. The Government band will give a
concert at the Hawaiian hotel this
evening and there will at the same
time be an exhibition test of the new
light.
It was (this date in 1S60 that the Ho
nolulu flour mill and foundry, near the
present site of the Honolulu Iron
Works, were burned. The loss was
$55,000.
Kaimuki tract, the residence tract oT
Gear, Lansing & Co., is being improved
rapidly. More than 100 men are work
ing on the streets and several houses
are being built.
Acting Marshal Hitchcock. Attorneys
Robertson and Wilder and Interpreter
Doyle go to Waialua today for the
hearing of the Japanese charged with
the murder of his wife.
Those desiring the latest in fashion
able dressmaking will do well to await
the return of Miss E. Clark, of B. F.
Ehlers & Co., who has left for the coast
to be absent about six weeks.
All members of the Amateur Orches
tra should be present at the rehearsal
this evening at 7:45 o'clock in the Y.
M. C. A. Jiall. The imisic for the New
Year's concert will be practiced.
Therei will be an auction sale of Sub
sistence stores, consisting of 141 cans
of lard and 7,500 cigars, at the Sub
sistence Store House, Fort street, Jan
uary 3rd, 1S09, at 10 o'clock a. m.
Messrs. Augusais F. Ivnudsen, E. A.
Knudsen and Arthur S. Knudsen, of
Kekaha, Kauai, have entered into a
partnership fat- the purpose of carry
ing on a ranching and agricultural bus
iness. The final sale of Turkish and Per
sian rugs, etc., will be held at 10 a- m
and 7 p. m. in the Progress block, ort
street, this date. This will be the last
opportunity to purchase these goods at
auction.
The Christmas tree of the pipils ol
the Sunday school of the Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
will be lighted at 7 o'clock this even-in-
(Thursday). Parents of the caild
rent are all invited. All to be present
at 6:30.
The eighth return on Chinese habeas
corpus business was made to the Sup
reme Court vesterday. The immigrants
concerned are the men who arrived by
the S S. China last week and who were
placed under arrest by order of the
Supreme Court.
The new bill at the Orpheum last
niht was an extra good one and there
was a large liouse. The program will
be repeated tonight and tomorrow
ni-ht will be given the big benefit en
tertainment for the stranded sailors of
the City of Columbia.
C R." Collins, harness manufacturer,
appeals to all plantation owners, man
agers agents and buyers, to patronize
nonie' industry, as lie is now able with
additional facilities to furnish any
thing required in bis line at short
notice. Telephone 662; P. O. box. 507.
The many friends of Miss Andrae
Clark, the popular manager of the B.
F Ehlers dressmaking parldrs. will re
gret to bear of her departure to the
coast on account of her sister's serious
illness. After the sister is restored to
hAaitV Miss Clark will probably visit
Xew York and other eastern cities be
fore her return xo iionoauu,
months hence.
Limited.
THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS.
STOCKS
For Sale.
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Shares OAHU SUGAR CO.
Shares HONOLULU PLANTATION.
Shares HAWAIIAN SUGAR CO.
Shares PIONEER MILL CO.
Shares WAILUKU SUGAR CO.
Shares HONOKAA SUGAR CO.
Shares EWA PLANTATION CO.
Shares C. BREWER & CO.
Shares I. I. S. N. CO.
Shares HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO.
Shares WILDER S. S. CO.
FOR SALE.
4 RESIDENCES at Iwilei. A splen
did investment for the right party.
Property rents for $50 a month and
can be made to double that.
on account of departure of owner.
Selling
1 Fine Large Residence Lot at Ma
kiki, 306 feet on Wilder avenue and 1S6
feet on Piikoi street.
HARRY ARM1TAGE.
Share Broker.
Cor. King & Bethel Sts.
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Cabinet Files
Transfer Cases
Legal Blank Cabinets
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WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY.
Agents for the
Office Specialty Mf'g Co.
Rochester, N. Y.
WAHTED
Everybody to call and
examine our new and
superb line of
GENTS' SLIPPERS.
STYLISH AND UP TO DATE!
JUST THE THING FOR CHRIST MAS I
n So! Skin, Toalo-fc,
lack and Ru ss-fc o rm -
Russet KicJ, Toilet,
Black Seal Skin, Toilet,
Box Calf, Toilet,
Glazed Kid1, Toilet,
Russet Calf, Toiiet.
EASE, COMFORT AKD DURABILITY, ALL COHBIfED IK ONE.
The
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Manufacturers'
Shoe Co.
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FORT STREET,
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This branch of our photo
business is in charge of an
experienced man. We have
every facility for producing
good, effective work. That
is the kind we are turning
out for our customers.
We take special pains to
correct the mistakes made
by novices. We start you
right; then It's easy. You
will take good Kodak pic
tures that will be worth pre
serving. We have
Kodak
Albums.
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FOIST STREET.
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Ladies' and Children's embroidered
and hemstitched HANDKER
CHIEFS, 35c doz. and upwards.
Men's linen hemstitched HANDKER
CHIEFS, all varieties.
Ladies' fine SILK HOISERY, all colors.
Ladies' PURSES, FANS. '
Ladies' Kid and Silk GLOVES. Latest
shades.
Ladies' Silk SCARFS, SASHES,
NECKWEAR.
The latest in Silk UNDERWEAR.
The latest in PARASOLS and UMBRELLAS.
New SILKS and LACES.
Silk and Woolen SHAWLS.
Fine line of LINENS. TABLE COV
ERS. SCARFS, TEA CLOTHS,
DOYLES, NAPKINS, etc
Something new In TURKISH POR
TIERS, Silk and Lace CURTAINS,
RUGS, BLANKETS, etc.
NOVELTIES in WORK BOXES,
BRUSH and COMB CASES,
PHOTO FRAMES, MUSIC ROLLS,
CARD CASES.
Complete Line of MEN'S FURNISH
ING GOODS.
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FORT STREET.
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FOR LITTLE ONES.
Don't waste your money on a poor Wheel when
i you can get a good one for a low price from
EARS0N & HOBROIi
4.
i 312 Fort Street. Telephone 565. i
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HOLIDAY : GOODS
BY S. S. CHINA:
A large quantity of Holiday Goods, consisting of
Japanese Fancy Silk?, Kimonos, Silk Hand Bags, Pajamas, Fancy
Silk Fans; also Dolls, Toys, Porcelain, Lacquer Ware, Etc.
FA' S. S. AUSTRALIA. A FULL LINE OF
Jewelry, Gents' Dress Shirts, Silk Suspenders, Neckwear, Etc.
DO NOT FAIL TO ASPECT THE5E GOODS DEFOPE YOU ELY ELSEWHERE.
Hotel Street -
Robinson Block-
THEO. H. Davies & Co
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Merchants and Commission Agents,
Beg to call the attention of the trade
to their complete line of
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PAINTS AND OILS.
GENERAL PLANTATION SUPPLIES.
A fine assortment of Kitchen Furnishings.
GRAY AGATE WARE a Specialty
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From our large and varied assortment of useful and artistic Xmas gift3
ve mention the following:
HANDKERCHIEFS.
Ladies' embroidered cotton, two for 25c, four for $1, three for $1.
Ladies' plain hemstitcbod, linen, 25c-50c.
A large variety in colored border handkerchiefs for children.
GLOYES.
Deats' Kid Gloves, Fall Shades. White Chamoisskin Gloves.
FANCY DEPARTMENT.
Real Battenberg Work, Embroidered Sofa Pillows, Fancy Pincushions,
Purses and Handbags.
MISS M. E. KILLEAN
Has Received PER AUSTRALIA:
A LARGE LINE OF THE YEltY LATEST IN
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FINE MILLINERY,
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Handsome Feather Boas,
. . . JUST THE THING FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS.
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THE : HOLIDAYS
Specially Low Prices to Reduce Slock.
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