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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, JANUARY 3.
9 LOCAL BREVITIES. Artificial Flowers Mrs. Hanna. The courts will reopen this morning. Tonight Excelsior Lodge I. O. O. F., Twill install officers. Eleven arrests were made by the po lice last night. No serious cases. The Government band will give a -concert at Emma Square this evening. There was a fair amount f. celebra tion noise on the streets to a late hour last night. Nearly all of the" business houses "were closed yesterday on account of the holiday. The Oahu Railway did a big holiday excursion business to Kahuku and in termediate points. C. H. Brown, of Hollister & Co., since his return from abroad, has been quite ill with a cold. It is during this month that returns must be made to the tax assessors throughout the Islands. 'Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 will hold a special meeting tonight at .7:30 o'clock. Work in the 2nd degree. Court Hawaii, Independent Order of Foresters, will install tonight the of ficers elected to serve this year. The Hawaiian Hardware Co., Ltd., has a new complete stock of light and . heavy harness, whips, lap robes, etc Mrs. H. L. S. Herbert is authorized by the Club Stables Co., Ltd., to collect outstanding accounts and receipt for same. An elegant turnout, consisting of a new two-seated trap, single and double trap harness for sale. Address Trap, this office. The ilew York Evening World of De cember 8, 1898, has a good portrait of the Mrs. Julien D. Hayne who was known here. There was a big native luau at RIo analua yesterday. The treat was given by Minister Damon to the Hawalians in the valley. Deputy Attorney General Dole and a number of city attorneys will leave by the Ciaudlne ttiis morning to attend court at Hilo. There was a crowd for the Orpheum program last evening. Every act was well received. A show will be given again tonight. Do not pay for having parts made for your Eldridge Bicycle. Eakin & Whitman have a complete stock, direct from the factory. Policemen were sent to the Punch J wl district several times during last night to stop disturbances and fire works explosions. The first meeting of the Week of Prayer will be held at the Y. M. C. A. at 10:30 o'clock this morning. Mr. H. E. Colgman will lead. A regular monthly meeting of the Pioneer Building and Loan Association Is to be held this evening at the Cham ber of Commerce liall. The police are looking for a Japanese hackman who ran down a native wo man yesterday afternoon. The woman was quite seriously injured. Chinese lanterns and a general hulla baloo ushered in the New Year at Washington place yesterday. Latest "Novelties Elegant silk and wool designs. Call and see samples at Leading Modistes. LeVanway and Chambers, 73 Beretania street. Secretary Coleman of the Y. M. C. A. was made happy yesterday by the re ceipt of a sufficient sum to pay off all indebtedness of the association. . W. J. Gallagher, who has been ailing for some weeks, is now a very sick man. - At a late hour last night there were fears that (he would soon die. The customs house waterfront force was delighted with Surveyor Strate meyer's arrangement for a day off for all hands during the holiday season. Miss M. E. Killean wishes to an nounce that the holder of the ticket No. 232 wins the doll and will receive same by presenting ticket at the door. English walking gloves for $1 a pair at B. F. Ehlers & Co.'s. Call and in spect the cotton bedsheeting and pil low casing to be sold at wholesale prices. Gazette (semi-weekly) will be issued as usual this morning for the out-going Island and foreign malls. Copies In wrappers at the newsdealers and pub lication office. A most enjoyable hop was given at the Healani Boat Club's home last night. A large party left the Y. M. C. A. concert at the end in a special bus for the boat house. The appointment of Mr. Ovenden as second deputy tax assessor and col lector for this district has been an nounced. Mr. Ovenden has been in the tax office several months. At St. Louis college there is again shown a scene in the Holy Land. It may be viewed at the theater by all callers. On Friday evening a concert -will be given at the college. The Hawaiian Rifle Association will have its big tournament on January 17. The ranee is now oDen for practice every day from 8 in the morning till sunset. The butts are at Kakaako. When the Japanese here get their home papers next they will quit object ing to the taxation on dogs. The im post on the animals has just been laid by the municipal government of Tokio. Invitations are out for the marriage of Mr. H. Flint, of the U. S. S. Ben nington, and Mrs. N. Gardiner, to take place tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock at the residence of Mrs. McLean, Alakea street. The cricket players 'had fine fun at the Recreation grounds yesterday. Rev. Mr. Kitcat's team made 71 runs to G4 by Capt. Herbert's team. The top score, of the day 30 was made by Judge Stanley. It is officially announced from the passenger department of the Oahu Rail way that the Waialua hotel and "re fectory" will open next month. Guilt for the word refectory lies between Col. Iaukea and Passenger Agent Smith. Court at Hilo. The first term of court to be presid ed over by Hon. Gardner K. Wilder, the new circuit judge, will be opened at Hilo tomorrow. There are some fifty-seven cases on the calendar, be sides a number of divorce libels. There are quite a number of criminal cases on the list. The defendants, with single exception are Hawaiians, Jap anese or Chinese. And the only "for eigner" accused is a Greek, indicted for selling liquor without a license. It is seen from the calendar that in a number of the criminal cases outside counsel has been engaged to assist the rnnnspl for thf npnnlp. Davey made'a group picture at Y. M C. A. hall at 8:30 yesterday morning for the Amateur Orchestra. ) m, . dry qooDs es lm . THE. prOqFESSlVESTOF JUST OPENED: A splendid assortment of HEN1LLE AND TAPESTRY PORTIERES. TAPESTRY TABLE COVERS AND LACE CURTAINS. J Titivate your homes for P.hrtetmfl. We cater specially for your wants. ine largest variety or sea sonable goods ever displayed. We are the People's Providers. ooo- tl. S. tt fin Goods Co Limited. THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS. STOCKS For Sale. Shares Shares Shares Shares Shares Shares Shares Shares Shares Shares Shares Shares Shares OOO Waialua AG'C'L. CO. HAWN COMMERCIAL CO. OAHU SUGAR CO. HONOLULU PLANTATION. HAWAIIAN SUGAR CO. PIONEER MILL CO. WAILUKU SUGAR CO. HONOKAA SUGAR CO. EWA PLANTATION CO. C. BREWER & CO. I. I. S. N. CO. HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO. WILDER S. S. CO. FOR SALE. 4 RESIDENCES at Iwllei. A splen did investment for the light party. Property rents for $50 a month and can be made to double that. Selling on account of departure of owner. IAMB! Everybody to call and examine our new and superb line of GENTS' SLIPPERS. STYLISH AND UP TO DATE! JUST THE THING FOR CHRISTMAS! Seol Skin, "Toil I and Russ isso Kiel, Toilet, 3lack Seal Skin, "Toll Box Calf, Toilet, Glared Kiel, Toil Russot Coif Toil EASE, COMFOET AKD DURABILITY, ALL COMBINED IN ONE. I ooo The Manufacturers' Shoe Co., ot the Big: Sh FORT STREET, Kodak Develop And Printing. ooo 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. F G AN ' Q , i M FORT STREET. OOO- 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. ooo- il 1.3 AGENTS. I KIM & FORT STS. 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. Th eo. H . Davies & Co LIMITED- merchants and Commission Agents, Beg to call the attention of the trad to their complete line of flllfi : Mfljf : ill : EL PAINTS AND OILS. GENERAL PLANTATION SUPPLIES. A fine assortment of Kitchen Furnishings. GRAY AGATE WARE a Specialty Street. $1.00-1 BflffirS.100 Ii will of great value to housekeepers to inspect our stock of . ...... . . . . Blankets White, 10-4 - - - 90c pair. California White Wool $4.50 pair. Cotton Bedsheeting and Pilloweasing at wholesale prices. Wool Dress Goods. Flannels for Wrappers and Paiamas. B. F. EHLERS & GO. $1.00 W III S-$.10 ATTENTION! ATTENTION! Complete Line of MEN'S FURNISH ING GOODS. -OOO FGAN J!- FORT STREET. 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. LET US TALK To you on the merits of the Sterling Bicycle and "why it i9 the best made and best lasting wheel in the market today. Pacific Cycle and Mfg. Co., CO Urn CO ijpl m CO CO CO rn o 0 0 0 0 Letter Files Invoice Files Cabinet Files Transfer Cases Legal Blank Cabinets Legal Document Files WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY. Agents for the Office Specialty Mfg Co. Rochester, N. Y. JUVEM WHEELS FIRST-CLASS 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 Pearson & Hobron, T 312 Fort Street. Telephone 565. I 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 Silks, Kimonos, Silk Hand Bags, Pajama3, Fancy Silk Fans, Porcelain, Lacquer Ware, Etc. AT PRICES THAT WILL SURPRISE YOU. Drop in our store and see the Goods, whether you buy or not. Hotel Street Robinson Block. Kaimuki ract (DIAMOND HEAD ADDITION.) LOTS. 100x150 and 75x200; each containing 15,000 square feet $20 Cash, with monthly installment of $10 per lot. For further information apply to GEAR, LANSING & CO., 210 King street. WILL E. FISHER. eal Estate Agent and Auctioneer, STOCK AND BOND BROKER. Rents Collected. Loans Negotiated Full charge taken of property for absentees. Corner Fort and Merchant Streets. 0 CVD D 5 Great Hotel Street Bazaar. TWO STOEES 000 Hawaiian Souvenir Fans, a handsome present to send to your foreign friends Complete Assortment of New Year's Goods. Ladies' and Gents Furnishings, Kimonos, Silk Hand Bags, Fancy Silk Fans, Silks (in piece), Fancy Baskets, Silk Shawls, Lacquer Ware, Porcelain, Fancy Silk Shirts, Pajamas, Jewelry, Collars and Cuffs, Christmas Toys, HEAYY BLACK FIGURED SILK, From 8? Cents Up. -ooo : : J AT YOUR OWN PRICES Porcelain, Lacquer Ware, Toys, Dolls, Etc. ooo- Robinson Block, IWAKAMI. Hotel Street faOy Mwrtiser , 7jcpts a Hoifi 4 t