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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, JANUARY 19 1S09.
-1 LOCAL BREITIES. Sut?ar, 1 :-n;. Hawaiian Commr-rcial. b:l: Hana Plantation. I1S.121'. b'nl; 51S,.1T, Hutchmson Plantation. $3.1.7", Senator V. C. Wilder is horn- Lhe coast in toccelitnt health. L. C. Abies, 31," Port sfYrt, has sale a row dozen nice laying 'hens. C. S. Desky will return from San Francisco by the lioric on the 24ih. Wantf-.l ",00 m-en to drink Vie!anl Wr at Paddy Ryan's. Commercial sa loon. Two Japanoso men were arrested la?.t night for assault and battery on a na tive bov. List your property with H. Peterson. r-al estate a-nt, and quick rf-turns. v. (. Kakin. foriiH-rlv f rem or A camp outfit Is offr-d for sale :u'ai. This lau- 1ST.; il Ann.-xation Com missioners : for Washington. Hobt. W. Shingle will remain in Ho nolulu and will be on the news slafl of th' Advertiser. Harry Wilder will r.-maln on the 4-o.tsi seveml months ye: as a student in a business college. The Aorangi was playeil off last evening by the band. A concert will b' giw:.u this evening at the Hawaiian hotel. Lieut. P. X. Smith. late of Utah Vol unteer cavalry, is here for a vacation visit. Lieut Smith has found an. old friend in Clerk of Court Taylor. Tom King will retire soon from the Pacific Cycle company and devotes all his time and energies to the. direction of the Orpheum theatrical enterprise. s cure w ! ! J. AVaterhouse. go"s to Hilo to enter Davies & Co. employ. Buy a box of our delicious candy I IWWWMW'J MmmmmmifH M i w ram a mi una for your lady friend and see her smile. New England Bakery. Cars for the Kamehameha concert will leave Fort and King streets at 7, 7:15 and 7:30. Friday evening. THIS PEKIILKSS PKE3ISILVIXG PAINT will stop leaks, preserve your shingles and stop metal from corrod ing. Orders are out for a drill of the First Regiment, N. G. H., on Thursday even ing next. The band will be in attend ance. Tickets for the bvnefit concert at Kamehameha Girls' School are for sale at the Hobron Drug Co. Admission one dollar. r-- R. R. Hind and wife and tlv Misses Hind have returned from California and will visit the old family home in Kohala. , A bird all the way from San Fran cisco whispers -that when Chas. T. Wilder returns to Honolulu it will be with a bride. You should see the 'itf model Cleve land bicycles. They are beauties and have all the up-to-date improvements. Honolulu Bicycle Co. J. F. Morgan will hold an auction sale of horses and carriages on Satur day, January 21st at 12 o'clock at this salesroom, on Queen street. Ai number of Honolulu people are ill on the coast with la grippe. Theo. F. Lansing and wife and Mrs. J. S. Mar tin are among the sufferers. J. P. Haywards, who arrived by the Australia yesterday, will have the man agement of Wright's Waikiki Villa under the lease of Mr. Bulen. All members of the Amateur Orches tra are requested to he present at re hearsal this evening at 7:4-5 o'clock sharp in the Y. M. C. A. hall. Charles B. Gray has. accepted a posi tion on the Honolulu plantation. He will assume hi3 duties on February 1. when he will return from Hawaii. M. R. Counter, jeweler and optician, has just received another gross of sterling silver thimbles, guaranteed 923-1000 fine, still selling at 25c each. The new certificate books of C. Brewer & Co. .having arrived, the stockholders are requested to bring in their old certificates and exchange same. Sumner V; island was a scene of fes tivity last night on the occasion of the birthday of Willie Sumner. A number of young people from the city partic ipated. The annual meeting of the share holders of the Hawaiian Agricultural Co. will beheld at the Bank of Hawaii, Ltd., on Thursday, January 2Gth, at 10 o'clock a. m. Ohas. Dun well, the cab man who was awarded damages by the Government here for imprisonment during the '95 revolution, is back from Jamaica with his 16-year-old daughter. The Rev. Dr. Spooner, an Episcopal clergyman from the Australian Colo nies, arrived by the Aorangi and will remain here until the arrival of the Warritnoo, when he will leave by iher for Suva. Messrs. Ballentyne, Ilutchins & Co., will have a suite of nice offices in their new quarters in the Mclnerny block, to rent. Also desk room for one a splendid place for a stenographer and typewriter. If you want to enjoy yourself these moonlight nights, ring up Quinn of "290" and get a nice rubber tire phae ton hitched behind a 2:20 horse. You not only enjoy yourself but it is a sure cure for the grip. The engagement of Walter W. Bris tol, registrar and instructor at Kame hameha Manual, to Miss Olive M. Lamb of San Francisco is announced. The wedding will take place at Kamehame ha in the near future. Money has been sent here by the mother for a gravestone over the rest ing place in Nuuanu, of Private Fiske, the Nebraska soldier who died at the Red Cross hospital on Beretanla street about six months ago. C. E. LeMunyon, who has opened a studio in rooms 3 and 4 Love building, has some of the finest views of Ha waiian scenery that we have ever seen. His chemical work ami artistic concep tion are equal xo the best. W. A. Remensperger, who is visiting here from San Francisco, is president of the Enterprise Brewing Company, known locally by its wares. Mr. Ilom ensperger was brought to the coast from the east as a brewer under an engagement for $10,000 a year and has done better. Eakin & Whitman placed an order last October for fifty Tribune bicycles of 1S99 model, and by the Australia just received twenty-seven. These bicycles are so popular in the East that the manufacturers have been unable to fill all orders complete. The "90" Tribunes just received are perhaps the most im proved bicycles in the market today. The store formerly occupied by II. W. Schmidt & Son, King street, is be ing partially fitted up as a drug store, under the firm name of the Honolulu Drug Co. A portion of their goods just arrived yesterday ex Australia, but thev have a larger shipment to arrive on the bark Falls of Clyde, due the 20th. They expect to be open for bus iness on or about February 1st. "The: proqfEsiVE:STDRr SPECIAL OFFERINGS FOR THE NEW YEAR. LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR A MANUFACTURERS' STOCK, BOUGHT AT A SACRIFICE, WILL BE SACRIFICED. ooo THE GARMENTS J ARE NOW ON SALE. DON'T PUT OFF BUYING. ooo ALL SIZES ARE IN STOCK. THEY WON'T REMAIN THIS WAY LONG. ooo Values Extraordinary. ooo STYLES THE LATEST. o II. i Sachs Du m a. Limited. THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS. 1 OCK For Sale. Shares Shares Shares Shares Shares Shares Shares Shares Shares Shares Shares Shares Shares OOO Waialua AG'C'L CO. HAW'N 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 otrner. WANTED. HAWAIIAN GOVERNMENT BONDS. O. R. & L. CO. BONDS. HARRY ARMITAGE. Share Broker. Cor. King & Bethel Sts. CO U2 CO rn CO CO CO rn o 0! ! io ! Letter Files Invoice Files Cabinet Files Transfer Cases Legal Blank Cabinets Legal Document Files WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY. Agents for the Office Specialty Mf Co. Rochester, N. Y. 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 Seal Skin. Toilet Black and Russet: Romoos, Russe-t Kid, Toilet, Black Seal Skin, Toilet, Box Calf, Toilet, Glazed Kid, Toilet, Russet Calf, Toiie EASE, COMFORT AND DURABILITY, ALL COHBIFED IN ONE. ooo The Manufacturers' Shoe F tn Sh Co., FORT STREET, Kodak eveloDin 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 II n AGENTS. KING & FORT STS. THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR J. J. OAN FORT STREET. 4 t 4 4 4 4 t 4 4 4 4 4 UVENILE WHEEL cycle FOR LITTLE ONES. Theo.H.Davies&Co LIMITED- Merchants and Commission Agents, Beg to call the attention of the tiada to their complete line of l : lifl : Sift : It PAINTS AND OILS. GENERAL PLANTATION SUPPLIES. A fine assortment of Kitchen Furnishings. GRAY AGATE WARE a Specialty SZa,a,l-'CLm.2nL-cL Street. LADIES' FAST BL.ACK HOSE, "Hermsdurf lye." 50 cents a ?Kiir. . . 3 f.r Sl.M. Value, Reduction only for a few days. A NEW LINE OF NOTTINGHAM CURTAINS, White ami Ecru. Beautiful Designs. S1.50 to $7.00 Pair. FANCY STRIPED ART DENHAMS : Our Afcortment of Tapestries Is Most Complete. B .. F. EHLERS & CO. ATTENTION ! ATTENTION ! Kaimuki ract (DIAMOND HEAD ADDITION.) LOTS. iooxio and 7x200; each containing 15,000 square feet $20 Cash, with monthly installment of $10 per lot. For further information apply to GEAE, LANSING & CO., 210 King street. Don't waste your money on a poor Wheel when t you can get a good one for a low price from Pearson & T 312 Fort Street. BR0II 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. Japanese I Hotel Street ptorsand Dealer: Robinson Block. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN JAPANESE PROVISIONS. 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 Street, San Francisco. Isoshima. rr0 HAT HANUFACTURER, KING ST., Next to Castle & Cooke. Straw, Panama and Native Hats in Stock. Chritma3 Toys, Gents' Furnishings, Japanese Bamboo Baskets, Matting. Japanese Lantern3. From December 17th to January 1st all Goods will be sold at from 5 to 25 per cent, discount. dyertiser, 75 cents TUT J a mo 110