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THE PACIFIO COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, JANUARY 11, 1309.
1 .1' is LOCAL BREVITIES. Wia. Auld and family htfve gone to Molokai for a visit. There will be a wedding at Central Lnkm church early this evening. A bicycle chain cleaner and lubri cator for sale at. Eakin & Whitman's. For books and stationery call and in spect the new line at Golden Rule Ba zaar. The Wilder S. S. Kinau sails this forenoon on the (Maui and Hawaii route. The next mail from the coast is ex pected Friday evening by the S. S. China, A first class bookkeeper for a large sugar plantation is wanted. S:e wants. There will be a regular meeting of the Board of Health at 3 o'clock this afternoon. For elegant tailor-made suits order from the leading modistes, 73 Bere- tania street. It will take about two weeks to clear the calendar of the special term of the supreme Court. The men of the Claudine now claim that their steamer is the fastest boat in Hawaiian waters. C. Iioote. of Grin bau m & Co., was a passenger on the Claudine yesterday afternoon for Hana, A young lady desires a situation as a nurse for an invalid person. Ad dress I. L., this office. 'Another quite large deal in business property on Alakea street will likely be closed in a few days. J. T. Waterhouse, eBthel street, has a complete stock of kitchen furnishin goods at prices away down. The P. C. A. Outing Club will hold a special meeting this evening, to make arrangements for their next outing. The local tribe of Red Men will soon have a scalp dance and o. feast In con nection with installation of officers. The Rt. Rev. Bishop Gulstan and Fathers Aloys and Ulrich were passen gers for Kahului by yesterday's steam er, .-v Anniversaries. It was this date, 1S33 that the lot- ' tery bill passed in the Legislature, and ,the next day it s-nowed, or rather the cabinet was votinl otit by a majority of 0. The lottery bill vote was 23 to 20. This date in 1802 the Hawaiian Historical Society was organized. It has worked quitely, but most effec tively. Through the agency of this organization there has been preserved an immense amount of data worth storage. Lovejoy sells the famous old Jesse Moore AA Whiskey a pure and whole some stimulant. Circuit Judge Stanley goes to Hilo today to hear cases in which Judge Wilder, the new appointee, is disquali fied. Forty or fifty of the First New York Regiment convalescents ilow here ex pect to leave by the next steamer for the coast. J. F. Morgan will hold an auction sale of dry goods, clothing, etc., at his salesroom on Thursday, January 12th, at 10 o'clock. The regular monthly meeting of the Honolulu Chamber of Commerce will be held at its rooms today, January 11th, at 10 a. m. The annual meeting of the Hawaiian Relief Association is postponed to Tuesday morning next, at the home of Mrs. S. C. Allen. y The Honolulu Sailor's Home Society will hold its annual meeting at the room at the Chamber of Commerce at 11 o'clock a. m. today. Beginning at 10 o'clock this morn ing in the Progress block, Jas. F. Mor gan will hold an auction sale of Turk ish and Persian rugs. The Cineograph combination may start today on a tour of the other Islands, or they may decide to visit Oahu plantations with the picture ma chine. - There will be work in the second de gree and special business at a special meeting of Pacific Lodge, No. 822 to aight at Excelsior hall, Fort street, near King. j J. Lando, outfitter and furnisher. Fort street, is offering big inducements in the way of boys' clothing, under- j wear, ties, etc., in order to make room J for goods arriving. The Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd., will continue to carry on a full line of hardware, agricultural . implements, plantation supplies, etc., at the old stand of Castle & Cooke. A military funeral was held yester day from the Roman Catholic Cathed ral. The remains of Corp. Farrington, of L Company, of the Engineers, were taken to Nuuanu cemetery. A well known horse race promoter, is tryfng to get up a four sided match for the early spring between the driv ing horses of Wm. Cunningham, Maj. Chas. .McCarthy, Jas. Dodd and L. H. Dee. The Home Bakery restaurant has passed into new control, Ezra Popple ton retiring. The whole of the build ing on Fort street, above Hotel, will be occupied, Mr. Hutchins to remove his grocery establishment. A special invitation will be sent to J. J. Vanderveer to attend the Regimental High Jinks next week. Certainly "Van" cannot be had for the occasion, but he was one of the chief sunbursts in the fireworks last year and is not forgot ten. The members of the Amateur Orches tra will have rehearsal Thursday even ing in the Y. M. C. A. hall at 7:45 o'clock sharp. The rehearsal at Min ister Cooper's residence will be on the evening of the 26th, when the moon is full. Senator McCandless and several of the lawmakers as well as nearly all the draymen of the town are much inter ested in the specially constructed wide tire wagons brought here by the United States Government and just delivered to Col. Ruhlin, the quartermaster. Rumor has it that the launch of the leviathan White Star steamer Oceanic will be followed by the laying down of two even larger vessels for the Atlan tic service. They are to he S00 feet long, nearly 100 feet longer than the Oceanic, and 10 feet greater beam. This if true, will assure a busy time for the Belfast builders. It is announced that the Prussian Ministry have finally decided to intro duce a bill into the Diet during the coming session which will enable oper ations to be commenced on the canal connecting the Elbe, Weser and Rhine. The cost of this gigantic undertaking will be about 300,000,000 marks. This will cover the making of several side canals and deepening the channel of the Wesser above Bremen. "Vhe. pRpqrESsiVESTOFy? SPECIAL OFFERINGS FOR THE NEW YEAR. LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR A MANUFACTURERS' STOCK, BOUGHT AT A SACRIFICE,, WILL BE SACRIFICED. cx THE GARMENTS ARE NOW ON SALE. DON'T PUT OFF BUYING. coo ALL SIZES ARE IN STOCK. THEY WON'T REMAIN THIS WAY LONG. ooo walues Extraordinary. ooo K STYLES THE LATEST. ooo WANTED Everybody to call and examine our new and superb line of GENTS' SLIPPERS. STYLISH AND UP TO DATE! JUST THE THING FOR CHRISTMAS I Tac-i Seal Skin, Toilet, Black and Russe-fc Ror-rteos, Russet Kiel, Toilet, Black Seal Skin, Toilet, Bex Calf; Toilet, Glared Kiel, Toilet, EASE, COMFORT AKD DURABILITY, ALL COMBINED IN ONE. ' ooo The Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Sign of" the Big Shoe. FORT STREET, i s. tt Dry 600 $ Limited. THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS. STOCK For Sale. S 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 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 id ki, 306 feet on Wilder avenue and 1S6 feet on Piikoi street. HARRY ARMITAGE. Share Broker. Ccr. King & Bethel Sts. CO m on Kodak Developing 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. -ooo- in nin Pnmnnr lily uulipil i AGENTS. lm & FORT STS. THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR J. J. EOAN FORT STREET. Theo. H. Da vies & Co LIMITED- Merchants and Commission Agents, . Beg to call the attention of the trade to their complete line of Hardware (0 Q : ah : ElG; (i u PAINTS AND OILS. nr ivmimrnvi ilAlltlfl SUPPLES A fine assortment of Kitchen Furnishings. GRAY AGATE WARE a Specialty SZa.a,3a.-u.33QLSi33.-u. Street. GREAT REDUCTIONS! A Beatiful Line of Colored Lawns, Dimities and Ginghams at 10 Cents Yard. Ladies' and Children's Muslin Underwear in odd sizes at cost price. GENT'S FURNISHING DEPARTMFNT. Collars in all sizes; lose, Handkerchiefs Conts. B. F. EHLER S & CO. ract 4-i i i t i i i i i i t t r JUVENILE WHEELS 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 Alfg Co. Rochester, N. Y. cycle FOR litte ones. Don't waste your money on a poor Wheel when i you can get a good one for a low price from Pearson & ' 312 Fort Street. 0BR0N, Telephone 565. Yamatoya's Shirts and Pajamas, OF SILK, FLANNEL. LINEN, COTTON CREPE. ETC A HANDSOME LINE OF Silk Pieces, Silk Kimonos, Handkerchiefs, Neckties, Shawls, Sashes and Gents' Furnishing Goods. panose I m p Hotel Street s and Dealer: Robinson Block. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN JAPANESE PROVISIONS. ATTENTION ! ATTENTION ! Kaimuki : (DIAMOND HEAD ADDITION.) LOTS. iooxijo and 75x200; each containing if, 000 square feet $20 Cash, with monthly installment of $10 per lot. For further information apply to GEAR, LANSING & CO., 210 King street. at J 1 FAIRBANKS' STANDARD SCALES, ALL CAPACITIES. Fairbanks-Morse Wind Mills, Gas and Gasoline Engines, Railroad Supplies, Trucks, Etc. Send for Illustrated Catalogue to FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO. 310 Market 5treei, San Francisco. K. Isoshi HAT flANUFACTURER, KING ST., Next to Castle & Cooke. Straw, Panama and Native Hats in Stock. Christmas Toys, Gents' Furnishings, Japanese Bamboo Baskets, Matting, Japanese Lanterns. From December 17th to January 1st all Goods will be sold at from 6 to 25 per cent, discount. Ilia, r ! 7T 3 i! rzn i nrr at H311V- Mveraser. o rams a womo - v j