THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVEKTISEH: HONOLULU, IJKCKMI.ER. CO, iSDS.
New invoite of I.uiii.r. ha:s
Tho Intr-Islan.l rftcam Nav
Monday n-x: will tr a legal holiday.
('anf' Krindir.s qokii? on in a sati
f,i try raa:miT at Iv.v.i i!aniati(jn.
Ti-k't.s ar; selling ranidly fur ih?
I cnw rvt to :v uivc-n at the Y. M. C. A.
allOIl j ,.,! (l VT.n.-l v i-vninc nf'VT
Company pavs a dividend todav. i ' .." , . ' .
,r , . . . , -- 1 h prrljm;narv ne-anrm is on at
Mrs. Dole will not revive tins afu-r- ; Vliliihl.A , forf. jllee sianlv, of the
noon, ou account of indisposition. japane fi,(1 ;;1!,orer accused of wife
E. O. Hall Soil's change of ad in ' nlinj(.ri
.nis issue :.s very interesting.
The nowet whel with the
name Tii e Tribune. I-akin
man. , j
The Cinoosrnph will be shown this 1
j There is a 11 if with some of the
i iK)lic.? officers that a woman has 'been
e oldest1 stabbing and clashing horses for Capt.
& Whit- ! Uo!,t iar-f.r.
evening at the (jrplieum bneht enter
tainment. The Orpheum had a ko1 house last
night and expects an overflow parton
The S. S. Doric leaves for the coast
at 10 a. m. to lay, tlie mail closing one
A slight accident hint" evening de
layed the Oahu railway train lue here
about 5 p. m., for an hour.
Lawyer Davis will get a decision ro- i r.
day on his writ of habeas corpus in
his contempt of court case.
A number of parties are being organ
ized for the excursion ov-er the Oahu
railway to Kahuku on January 2,
The list of officers of the Waterhouse
Investment Co. who will serve for the
ensuing year is published in this issue.
The Interior Department calls for
tenders for the construction of a mas
onry tower for the Diamond Head light.
The list of officers of the Union Ex
press Co. for the ensuing year is an
nounced today by Secretary A. L. Mor
ris. At noon today at the Executive
b.iikling Jas. F. Morgan will sell at
public auction a quantity of benches
Anyone desiring board and room in
a good locality with a private family
can secure same by addressing Post
Office Box 41.
It is understood that Attorney Cayp
letis, lately arrived, holds the power of
attorney of the owners of the S. S. City
Both the Bennington and the IT. S.
Engineer boys are practicing faithfully
for the base ball game scheduled for
'here will le a meeting at Harmony
Hall this evening of the new Ensign
Worth Bagley Garrison of the Army
and Navy Uniofi.
The annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the California Feed Co., Ltd., will
be held at their office today, December
30th at 10 o'clock a.
Gear, L-ansing & Co offering on
easy terms improved, 'able resi
dence lots on the Kain. Vaet, Dia
mond Head Addition. Sv
Latest Novelties Eleg 'k and
"wool designs. Call and see 'es at
Leading Modistes. LeVan ami
Chambers, 73 Beretania street. ,
The Court lias allowed Kinne., , Bal
lou &. McClanahan a fee of 5600 for
their work in libelling the S. S. City of
Columbia for wages of the -crew.
Music for the party of Mrs. Cunn's
Dancing Class this evening will be fur
nished by the Quintette Club. An un
usually pleasant time is anticipated.
On Hotel street at 11 yesterday fore
Boon an aged Hawaiian sustained a
severe attack of vertigo and fell to the
ground. He was taken to liis home by
Gazette (semi-weekly) will be Issued
as usual this morning for the out-going
Island and foreign mails. Copies In
wrappers at the newsdealers and pub
The Advertiser has received, at theH
hands of W. H: Crawford, reporter, ft
the illuminated 1S99 calendar of the
Hawaiian Chinese News. It is being
Harry Armitagt the stock broker,
received a Christmas present in the
shape of a novel piece of jewelry. It
is a rare gem shown only to customers
and intimate friends.
Dr. Wayson, at one time physician
with the Behring Sea fleet, was yester
day visited by an old acquaintance,
Capt. Hooper, commander of the reve
nue cutter McCulIoch.
Asada & Co., Hotel street, is the
place to get your New Year's presents.
They have an elegant line of jewelry,
gents' 4lress shirts, silk suspenders, etc.
at. very reasonable prices.
Artist Wing, with J. J. Williams, has
just completed a splendid crayon por
trait of Judge Widemann. The like
ness is one which will please all the
friends of the esteemed kamaaina.
The Sunday School Union will meet
this afternoon at the Y. M. C. A. at
4:30 o'clock as usual. There will be a
discussion of an important matter to j
be brought before the Association.
This is the evening of the benefit
performance at the Orpheum theater
for the stranded sailors of the S. S.
Citv of Columbia. The Orpheum Com
pany will be assisted by town talent.
Mr. Sovmour, the veteran theatrical
man who brought the U and I company
to the Islands from Seattle, writes
from Manila that for show business
t'own there "all kinds of moivey" is
The Captain of the Italian cruiser
and the Captain and Staff of the IT. S.
Revenue Cutter McCulloeU called yes
terdav on President Dole. Ministers
Damon and Smith returned the call in
On Fridav, Dee. 30th. at 12 o'clock,
noon, at the front entrance of the Judi
ciary Building,Honolulu, will be sold
at auction, lease of the bottom land
of Waimanu valley, Hamakua, Hawaii,
containing 200 acres, more or less.
The regular weekly meeting of the
Workers will be held this
(Friday) afternoon, December 30th. at
3:30 o'clock at the Y. M. C. A. hall. The
meeting will be led by Ke. Mr. noo
A. cordial invitation is extended to all
to be present.
T F Dredge, well known in thte city,
was the only cabin passenger for Ho
nolulu by the Doric, from Yokohama
yesterdav. He has been in the Orient
during the past year in the interests of
-fhe bis- mercantile house in ban Fran
cisco with which he is connected. He
will continue his trip to San Francisco
bv the Nippon Maru next week.
The famous old Jesse Moore AA
Whiskey lias become deservedly popu
lar because of its excellence. It is
sold by Lovejoy & Co.
A splendid assortment of
CHENILLE AND TAPESTRY
TAPESTRY TABLE COVERS
Titivate your homes for
We cater specially for your
The largest variety of sea
sonable goods ever displayed.
We are the
S. Mi Dry Goods
TflE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS.
Everybody to call and
examine our new and
superb line of
STYLISH AND UP TO DATE !
JUST THE THING FOR CHRItiT MAS !
Soal Skin, Toilet,
aoU: and Ru sso-fc R
ssG-t Kiel, Toilet,
EASE, COMFOFT AKD DURABILITY, ALL CCMBHED IN CM.
in o-F the Bif Shoe,
Shares OAHU SUGAR CO.
Share3 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.
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. Selling
on account of departure of owner.
1 Fine Large Residence Lot at Ma
kiki, 306 feet on Wilder avenue and 1SG
feet on Piikoi street.
Cor. Kiitf & Bethel Sts.
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Legal Blank Cabinets
Legal Document Files
WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY.
Agents for the
Office Specialty Mf'g Co.
Rochester, N. Y.
This branch of our photo
business is m 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-
Ladies' and Children's embroidered
and hemstitched HANDKER
CHIEFS, 33c doz. and upwards.
Men's linen hemstitched HANDKER
CHIEFS, all varieties.
Ladies' fine SILK HOISERY, all colors.
K1KG & FORT STS.
Ladies' PURSES, FANS.
Ladies' Kid and Silk GLOVES,
Ladies' Silk SCARFS,
The latest in Silk UNDERWEAR
The latest in PARASOLS and
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,
Complete Line of MEN'S FURNISH
Theo. H. Davies & C
Merchants and Commission Agents,
Beg to call the attention of the trad
to their complete line of
PAINTS AND OILS.
GENERAL PLANTATION SUPPUESL
A fine assortment of Kitchen Furnishinss.
GRAY AGATE WARE a Specialty
Fo EMLERS & CO
Frcia oar large and varied assortment of u.-oful and artistic Xraas gifts
we mr-iKion the following:
Ladies embroidere-i cotton, two for 2Zc? four fur $1. three for $1.
Ladies' plain hemstitched, linen, 25c-50c.
A large variety in colored border lvandkerchiefs for children.
Dents' Kid Gloves, Fall Shades.
White Chamoisskin Glove.
Real Battenbers Work, Embroidered Sofa Fallows, Fancy Pinoushionsv
Purses and Handbags.
MISS M. E. KILLEAN
Has Received PER AUSTRALIA:
A LARGE LINE OF THE VERY LATEST IN
Handsome Feather Boas,
. . . JUST THE THING FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS.
4,t 0W W
FOR LITTLE ONES.
Don't waste your money on a poor Wheel when
you can get a good one for a low price from
312 Fort Street.
Loy Prices to Reduce Slocke
1 i y f-
i f ? f t
NEW YEAR'S GOODS.
A FULL LINE OF
Jewelry, Gents' Dress Shirts, Silk Suspenders, Neckwear, Etc.
Also a large quantity of Holiday Goods, consisting of
Japanese Fancy bilks, Kimonos, Silk Hand Bags, Pajamas, Fancy
Silk Fans, Porcelain, Lacquer Ware, Etc.
AT PRICES THAT WILL SURPRISE YOU.
Drop in our store and see the Good-, whether ycu buy or not.
Hotel Street - - -
1 l JL
A. JUL. ik
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