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UV.'VUtliV) I . . . LOCAL BREVITIES. is p;i!li!i' 1 :iu; in; 11. 'I: I'. lint will iwi rinding was a j)A.s.s ner on Th a'H'orti:-f(i letter Ii today. Krindin. ruck or scale oft". Xaalehu expec-is to finish within two we'kc. Minister Coorxr tho Kinau yc-sleniay I'. C. Jones departed for Philadelphia in the Moana last evening. Jiuilt on well known, true and trie 1 principles. High Grade Tribunes. The work of tearing -down the old -" I nil i m JJrewer building- has been commenced. r Mns. Fred Whitney and dauhu-r "fr? 1 have gone to the coast on a isit to , p 1 1 1 friends. j "Through the lines' will civen arain at the Orph-um t:i-af-r tonight. On Tuesday morning th yacht, filadys, which ft hre Monday even ing, was seen hey ore 1 Kaunakakai. hav ing nuule a fin run across the cur.iU'!. Tiu- Nippon Mam was six days, foiny two minutes from San Fran i.o. She made a dead stop of nearly eight hours and still was nwt overtaken hy th Mariposa. Thos. IMwaids. an American who ;it one time had an -tate in Tahiti, i:; here for the purpose of looking into th elianc s for entering on the business of cultivating the vanihi ban. He had fields in Tahiti. HEAD THE PROCESSION WW M i 1 I. Wallers transferred l) fort --.tree', kinds, with The management of grocery t.ore has been 13. Guerrero. T.'ncle Sam's restaurant, serves sandwiches of all tea. coffee or milk. J. S. Withers has just received a tin'? lot of light draft and harness horses, which lie will sell cheap. C. Wolters. brother of Manager V. Wolters, of 11. Hackfeld fc Company, is here from Kauai on a visit. Bruce Waring & Co. are building a residence for Mr. T. McCants Stewart on the attorney's lot at Ivalihi. .!. b Morgan will .hlil an auction sale of surreys, carts, Wtc, at his sales room on Friday, February 3rd. The City Repair Shop, Bethel street, has a few second hand bicycles wlii-di they will sell at cut rate prices. Capt. Cutler, of the bark Klikitat is deeply grieved by receipt of news from the States of the death of his daughter. Ruby Dexter has been winning some big purses at the bicycle meets in New Zealand. One purse amounted to XV. P. Johnson is authorized to re ceive, collect and receipt for all moneys due the Hawaiian Carriage Manufactur ing Co. Secretary. M. V. Forster announces the list of -J ulcers today who will serve the California Feed Co., Ltd., for the year 180fJ. Dr. and Mrs. Reginald Reid left in thy Moana last night. They will go to Detroit, Mich., where they will reside permanently. There will be a social in Central Union church Friday, February 10th, under the auspices of the Christian En deavor Society. Gen. R. H. Cuncliffe, a retired Eng lish army officer, left for Samoa yes terday, fie has been stopping at Wright's villa. Schnack & Dortch, at 223 Merchant street offer building lots in Kapiolam Park addition. Kewalo or Kalihi on the installment plan. Miss Birch Fanning, who hatl maik her arrangements to leave for the States by the Moana. has indefinitely i deferred .her departure. MAPS, MAPS, MAPS, of Honolulu, just issued by the Hawaiian Gazette Co., von Holt Block, King street. Se cure one before they are all gone. , Tho Minister of the Interior calls for bids ifor printing and binding the re port, of the Minister of the Interior for the veur endinc: December 31st. 189S. - - CJ ' Saml. G. Wilder left on the Nippon Maru yesterday for the Orient. Mr. Wilder expects to be gone three or four months. He may visit Manila befoxe returning. t Wm. Wolters. of II. Hackfeld & Co., lias lost his line Bernhamine dog. He will gladly compensate anyone giving him information concerning the where abouts of his pet. wf At 10 a. ra. today, at the residence of Postmaster Oat, Emma street, oppo site the Square, Jas. F. Morgan will dis pose of the entire household furniture at public auction. The regular monthly meeting of Nuu anu Chapter No. 1, Rose Croix A. A. S. R. will be held at the Masonic Tem ple this Thursday evening, February 3rd at 7:30 o'clock. W. P. Johnson, an island boy who for a long time lias been a watch captain at the Insane Asylum, has succeeded Wm. Savidge as accountant, for the Ha waiian Carriage company. Emmet May has purchased cf Rith ard Wales the property known as the Central house on Alakea street, be tween King ami Hotel streets. The consideration was ?7,000. According to the San Francisco pa pers. President Dole was expected to arrive there on the last trip of the Rio 'tie Janeiro. It was stated that he was on liis way to Washington. William Savidge, real estate broker, is now located in his new offices, at 310 Fort street. Mr. Savidge offers this morning valuable city improved prop rental at present of $103.50 per month. L. B. Newell, of Minneapolis, who arrived on the Nippon Maru yesterday, will remain several weeks before re turning to the States. Mr. Newell has announced his intention of visiting Ho nolulu each winter. The S. S. Garonne will leave Seattle and Tacoma for Honolulu and Hilo on February 15th, again on March 20th and monthly thereafter. Parties desiring to secure space and accommodation should engage ahead. The regular weekly rehearsal of the' Amateur Orchestra will take place this evening at the Y. M. C. A. hall. It isj the intention to commence to piay ax & o'clock sharp. Members will govern themselves accordingly. H. L. Kirkman, who came to the city on the last Australia, and placed the agency of the Babcoek Wagon com pany with Gus Sclmmau, left yesterday on the Mariposa for Australia. Mr. Kirkman will return in May. Holi Thornton has again Wcome a police captain. Jle takes the third watch in sticcession to Chas. Warren and Hookano. John Thomas and Hart have returned to the foot force. They are well drilled men who have been under Capt. Parker before. Miss Cecilia K. Poepoe, daughter of the editor of the Kuokoa, Jias come back to her island home on the steam er Mariposa, which, arrived here yes terday morning. Before she left San Francisco she took part in two concerts in a. Baptist church, singing several solos. S AirilSK i " " " w yy DRV GOODS ITP. Thel p npq Frzssi v e: TORdf The Manufacturers' Shoe Co., L'd. Sl'FXIAL OFFERINGS FOR THE NEW YEAH. LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR A MANUFACTURE US' STOCK, BOUGHT AT A SACRIFICE, WILL BE SACRIFICED. ooo THE GARMENTS ARE NOW ON SALE. DON'T PUT OFF BUYING. ooo v ALL. SIZES ARE IN STOCK. THEY WON'T REMAIN THIS WAY LONG. -OOO values Extraordinary. ooo STYLES THE LATEST. o l soft Dry Goods Go Limited. TflE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS. K S STOC For Sale. ooo Shares MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO. Shares AMERICAN SUGAR CO. Shares KIPAIIULU PLANTATION CO. Shares PACIFIC SUGAR MILL. Shares Walalua AG'C'L- CO. Shares IIAW'N COMMERCIAL CO. Shares OAHU SUGAR CO. Shares HAWAIIAN SUGAR CO. Shares PIONEER MILL CO. Shares WAILUKU SUGAR CO. Shares HONOKAA SUGAR CO. Shares EWA PLANTATION 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. Selling on account ol departure of owner. WANTED. HAWAIIAN GOVERNMENT BONDS. O. R. & L. CO. BONDS. HARRY ARMITAGE. Share Broker. Ccr. King & Bethel Sts. PRICES THAT TALK With a Line of Sea?; i.aUe Kar-u::.; in liKN'IV CANVAS SHOES, in whit ami clr.r-. A full !::. whM. ia:;r.tt be duplicated el.-ev.l . re :r ti.e pric. a:.l tv. lux:;- yov. : call and ir.-peet the novel t:?? -f the -ea.-'i:. Theo. H. Davies & Co LIMITED -OOO Merchants and Commission Agents, Be :o call ;he attention of the tiad to their complete line of . OUR NEW STOCK ha, 1 ten carefully f..-tv wants. Each and ev?rv i.rtic! i- rr..r--i' ?V. r:ce. Come in and wo inail rnv!nrf v,v t it w.. tht T.. W : pmm . (J uUbloj . 0 BJ:t PAINTS AND OILS. !)U 1)1 n7YV I ivrnirnriv K" f -tHo Big SH FORT STREET. niTiiiu ip.i A fine assortment of Kitchen Furnishings. GRAY AGATE WARE a Specialty WHAT YOU NEED Ii you are thin, run down, have- no appetite, feel tired and weak, vou need a cood tonic' There i? nothing that so quickly lrings a keen appetite, restores health and strength than Schlitz Malt Extract. It is made hy one of the largest brewing plants in the world who.-u products are considered famous fle purity and quality. Their Malt Extract, made from selected harley malt, is a tonic without a peer. It is a food as well a3 tonic, and its benelicial results are at once felt. 2 Latest Novelties IN 12 : Ladies' Muslin Underwear, THIS SPACE Manufacture! . f tl:i Nain--kf ci a Uj trd for W : JAPANESE RUGS iu all le vl :.n:ltie. T!ee w..::M l,e an ornament I for your la::. Prices are vtry low, a uv iuii-t comitc with Jaj a:i-e-r I::ortt r. IS RESERVED FOR : WHITE TURKISH TOWELS. We are niTVtln you an excellent line at J.7" a il ti.. oc J. J. Remember the name, S-c-h-l-i-t-z Malt Extract, and aceept no sub stitute. 3 bottles for 1. -ooo 11 AGCNT3. COR. KING & FORT STS. EOAN FORT STREET. I 4- 71 ! - Real Estate For Sale, -ooo- 1- o. 0- House and Lot on Liliha Street $ 3,500 House and Lot at Punahou 1,500 House and Lot at Punahou 1,800 I House and Lot at Makiki 4,000 House and Lot at Makiki 4,750 House and Lot at Makiki 5.000 7 Paying Business property on Beretania Street 4,000 8 Paying business property near Nuuanu Street 3,000 9 Paying business projeriy on Smith Strest 8.000 10 Paying business Property on River Street. 8,000 11 Well established paying business 6,000 I 12 0 Beautiful Lots oa Beretania Street, each 1,000 1 in S Larze Buildinz Lots at Kalihi. each 1.30Q was the Condition T l ipr0perty on Kin? Street, includes three Houses and Lots of a Wheel after an 1 and 1 choice Building Lot, present income $60 per month.. 7,50Q introduction to a 1 ooo THIS Honolulu hack. m t no Others cut, we cut, and ro tbem .... ONE BETTER. -A- 500 Sheets LINEN TYPEWITER PAPER Others Charge $1.50. Our Price - JLCT 90c PRANG'S WATER COLOR FAINTS Others i-' piuces ;?r4eoec 25 and 35c A GOOD GUITAR OR Others Charge $3-50 OUR PRICE 0NLYC MANDOLIN $3.25 ALL OTHER GOODS IN PROPORTION. We guarantee OUR case? to be the lowest. PRICES in all t I T 1 T - i i 1 1 t i Is the way it looked after being over hauled and repaired in our repair shop. to T'zU Is- oalr a partial lli o! our bargain. For further iurt!cu!xr xjlr L. C. ABLES, t 315 Fort Street Tel. 139. F"IPS!E: REPAIR AORK Our facilities for first class rerair work ar; unsurcasseJ. cr.ly tirst class skilleJ workmen, an J fully jruarante all our work We repair Guns, Bicvcles, Typewriters, or anv article of ::r.e me.har..sn:. rr.ake Kevs, ana znzkt a s'pecialtv cf restring!n Tennis Rackets. T Telephone us and we will call for and deliver work to any part of tfce c:,.y. 4 i Kaimuki EARS0N & HOBRON, t 312 Fort Street. Telephone 565. ATTENTION! ATTENTION! ract Negligee and Golf Shirts, Woolen and Cotton Underwear, Fine Spring Neckwear. WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY. Hotel Street Robinson Block. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN JAPANESE PROVISIONS. (DIAMOND HEAD ADDITION.) LOTS. iooxio and 7x200; each containing ij,o3 square feet S20 Cash, with monthly installment of Sio per Io:. For further information apply to GEAR. LANSING A- CO.. 210 King street, 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.