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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU. FERRl'ARV i. 153.
LOCAL BREVITIES. Tn mn .n rh new i-s.-uo' of two- n: vostage s'nrtiiM has a batMi. The forIn, jury i -aIl in the .'ir- The Ilio from San Francisco toiiii;hi. 1 "it Court for L:C0 this morning. Ix-gins rorn): foreign jury (lay in the The Klondike oan-up fo'- Chmese New Year's row. This is cuit Court Asa da &. Co. has iusr fmonr-ii nn new line of jewelry. " " j 'apt. A. S Uarker and Fia- LU-m. Charles Dasher arrived from Ami j Ft',JT-1 of the Oregon, will quests of Francisco on the Bryant. ' j I "i States Spial Ag'-nt Sewall a? ; Mirntr i:n evening. or.i- ;jn season is estimated at $".'.'" ), o0. i--; ""aii Yi'imann reached ih -:ry I from Waianae yesterday aftr ih" . ! ath tf his f.tther. Mrs. H. isenhers returned to her homi on Kauai yesterday. Sheriff Coney returned to Kauai on i 1 the W. G. Hall last evening. j v.-r.ole-: ... ! I . I . . ,. - ! - - judicious use of a ;rare and orne stimulant is conducive to Sailor hats 50c and unwards n r Mi health. The famous old .T.e Moor- AI. E. Kilic-an's, Hotel street. i'AA Whiskey is absolutely pure. Great bargains in trimmed hats at ' , -Miss m. H. Kill can's his week. A number of desirable building Iors are offered for sale by Achi & Co. j Two large draft teams, will .sHl sin- K'. Call or address W. S. Withers. Inspector General of Schools Town sf.nd has gone to Kauai on an ollicial trip. Contractor Kerr is building a beau tiful residence for Robert lowers at Waikiki. Paul Isenberg received fivo well-bred horses from San Francisco on the C. I). Bryant. All contracts taken by the Peeiies reserving Taint Co. will- be fully guaranteed. Pass book No. COGB has been lost. Finder please return same to Postal Havings Bank. The glass .has been put in the Judd building. The block gives a finished appearance now. Free soda will be served at the Ho nolulu Drug Company tomorrow, it be ing opening day. 1 There will be a special meeting of the members of the Myrtle Boat dab i this evening at 1:Z). Any Tcpair shop .In -town will tell youj that they do less repairing on Tribunes I than all other wheels. The Hawaiian Fruit and Packing Co. has changed its nmne to the Apokaa Sugar Company, Limited. John Dow has left Wailuku planta tion and is now head luna at Kchie, Maui, under W. F. Pogu?. Absolutely gentle, city broken, ladies' horse, -six years old, sound, line animal. Address Stylish, 'this office. J. F. Morgan will hold .an auction sale of bedroom sets, clothing, etc., at his salesroom -today at 10 o'clock. J. F. Morgan offers for pale the resi dence of IW. G. Single-hurst, on Kinau street, between 'Pensaoola and Piikoi streets. Hack tXo. S3 collided with a Punahoa street car at the corner of Emma and Beretania streets about 5:15 yesterday afternoon. A ladies' gold ring bangle, with in itials J. S. It.-R. B. II. in black. Finder kindly return same to' M. Mclnerny. Fort street. If you want an inferior cigar tlon'c go to Hollister & Co.'s. They keep nothing but pure American, Havana a;nd Manila cigars. The Home Bakery Restaurant, on Fort street, will be closed for altera tion until further notice. The bakery will be open as usual. The Honolulu Drug Co. will be open for business Thursday, and respectfully solicit a share of your patronage. Free soda for all on that day. C G. sBal'lentyne is expected to re turn from the States on any steamer now. He will probably come on the Aorangi, due February 17. The regular quarterly meeting of the Union Feed Co., iLtd., will be held at the Company's office on Saturday, Feb ruary 11th, at 10 o'clock a. m. 'Henry Vida is now in charge at Long Branch baths, Waikiki. Vida was one of those who advanced money tl Stanmore for interest in the place. II. A. Allen, of Fraser & Chalmers, and Lieut. Elerle, of the Oregon, were classmates at Annapolis. They had a pleasant meeting in Honolulu yester day. Mrs. Waller and Miss Costigan, prominent Oakland society people, are staying at the Hawaiian hotel. They will not return home until some time in March, The hand made blind-stitched har ness is durable, neat and easily -kept clean. Call and see the work at the California Harness Shop, Lincoln block. King street. Schnack & Dortch have added to their advertised .list another beautiful lot at Kalihi and a, small house and lot within ten minutes walk from post of fice, both at a bargain. The Woman's Board of Missions meeting which was to have taken place yesterday, was postponed until next Tuesday morning, because of the in clemency of the weather. There will be a meeting of the stock holders of the Palama Co-Operative Groct.'y Co. at the office of T. B. Mur ray on King street on Tuesday, Feb ruary J4th, at 7:;"P o'clock. The '.Volcano rf.ables Company was given the contract to build one section on the Kaupakuea road, inear Hilo. The price is $t,74t. Francisco Martin's bid on the work was ?S,350. Among the treasures aboard the Ore g'.n is t he mammoth silver punchbowl service presented to that ship by the Oregonians in 1S97. Capt. Barker -vas her commander at the time. Weather permitting the Union Ex press Company's launch will make hourly trips to view the battleship Ore gon, beginning at 9 a. m.; last trip at 4 p. m., from foot of new fish market. A target, moving by means of a track and cords, will be set up at Ka - kaako butts this week by Sergt. Eivln. Marksmen will try their skill at It while in motion at about the pace cf a man walking. The new brick offices and ware house of McChesney & Sons, on Queen street, will be built by Lucas Brokers, their bid of $2,9SS being the lowest. Arthur Harrison bid $3,511 and John Ouderkirk $4,344. A Beretania street tram car was de f railed near Thomas Square yesterday. The men passengers got out and lifted while the ladies, by request of the driver, jumped up and down in one end of the car until the other end was tracked. oir qooDs es up. 'THE. pROqRESSlVElSTOR'' SPECIAL OFFERINGS FOR THE NEW YEAR. LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR A MANUFACTURERS' STOCK, BOUGHT AT A SACRIFICE, WILL BE SACRIFICED. ooo THE GARMENTS ARE NOW ON SALE. DOH'T PUT OFF BUYING. ooo ' ALL SIZES ARE IN STOCK. THEY WON'T RET.IAIN THIS WAY LONG. WE HEAD THE PROCESSION With r. Line of Sca?o::uKf Ham;:.- i:: fiKNT- CANWV- SHOES, ir. white ami .'.:. A full i"? duplicated ei?ewh re f ;r ;.:ic-. a:.. I ;11 and ir.-:.ct the r.ove!t:v th- vh:.!: ra:::..; .e . ; Theo. H. Davies & Co LIV. tTLl -OOO- OUR NEW STOCK ha? Uz wants. Each ar.d every artici- i- n.arxed a: price. Come in and we i-hali convir.t- vr,:; that w. nr The Manufacturers' Shoe Co., L"d, tho FORT STREET. WHAT YOU I NEED -ooo s Values Extraordinary. ooo STYLES THE LATEST, o 1. 1 Sachs lii) Goods Co. Limited. TEE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS. TOCKS For Sale. ooo Shares MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO. Shares AMERICAN SUGAR CO. Shares KIPAHULU PLANTATION CO. Shares PACIFIC SUGAR MILL. Share3 Waialua 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 IIONOKAA SUGAR CO. Shares EWA PLANTATION CO. Shares WILDER S. S. CO. FOR SALE. 4 RESIDENCES at Iwilel. A splen did investment for the right party. Property rents for 550 a month and can be made to double that. Selling on account of departure of ovner. VAMTED. HAWAIIAN GOVERNMENT BONDS, O. R. & L. CO. BONDS. HARRY ARMITAGE. Share Broker. Cor. King & Bethel Sis. PRICES THAT T A I Others cut, we cut, anil o them .... ONE BETTER. t 500 Sheets LINEN TYFEWITER PAPER -- Others Charge Si. 30. QAp Our Priro - tT-yJ PRANG'S WATER COLOR PAINTS- Other OUK PUICKS ,oc 25 and 35c : A GOOD GUITAR OR MANDOLIN Others Charge $3.50 CO O C 0URPRICE0KLYF-y3.Z3 ALL OTHER GOODS IN PROPORTION. We guarantee OUR PRICE: cases to be the lowest. in a: WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY. -000 If you are thin, run down, have no appetite, feel tired and weak, you need a good tonic. J here 1? lothing that so quickly hrinjrd a keen appetite, restore health and strength than Schlitz Malt Extract. It is made hy one of the largest brewing plants in the world who-i products are considered famous fe purity and quality. Tlieir Malt Extract, made from selected 1 arlev malt, is a tonic without a peer. It 13 a food as well as tonic, at.d it? beneficial results are at or.ce felt. Merchants and Commission Agents. Be: to call the attention of the ttad to their complete line of 11 : MM : S rid pro -If- Jlllu J . LIU. PAINTS nil 1 1 t AND OILS. mu'i I Li L. I t ivnirrifiv 0lTI)l) i u )UMML lLA.MAIlUA OUITLILO. A Sine assorsm.v.: c: Kitchen Futnishir.55. GRAY AGATE WARE a Speculty THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR Remember the name. S-c-h-I-i-t-z Malt Extract, and aceept no m:1- stitute. 3 bottles for H. OOO 1 Gomoony ACGNT3. COR. KISG & FORT STS. EOAN FORT STREET. I 1899 SEARCHLIGHT 1899 SEARCHLIGHT 1899 IS o DC SEARCH LIGHT LU Also ck Used - - co as a ry v. - 1 - V , rA I t J f ' X T zn. 1. in 1 11 11 im - ... 5 uuiiiuyu .frHT S IIIIMI . - " S S LU lb I . WITH ITS PATENT RIGID BRACKET. co 1 m o cn I CO Latest Novelties IN I: Ladies' Muslin Underwear, :; JAPANESE RUGS 1 In all I . :n!;tir. Tli :! 1 n ' it.tn-zl for jrur U i: WHITE TURKISH TOWELS. ! (M. $7AAtx & fay 4k 44 111 Olllll CO. Grand Opening ON : Thursday! : 1 o T EVERYBODY FREE SODA SerovW the !)a. o ' HONOLULU DRUG CO. Kin Mrcct. TRUE TO ITS NAME. SAVES MONEY AND CUSS WoKDS. C3 cc LU CO I cn CD co Th? on!v I.arr.p thai will o: Mr.v or 'i' 0-!. inexpcr.ssvtly :t;:.:zl. C.i!i !n r.r.i W.tn, N : tririi ta :. rx ' i i. Ir. Z1 Pearson & Hobron, CO CD CO I cn m 312 Fort Street. Telephone 565. I 66SLiH9nH0aV3S 6631 lH9nH0aV5S 6581 I NEW LINE OF JEWELRY. Link Cnff Battons, Shirt Studs, Watch Chains and Charms, Ladies' Chain Bracelets, Belt Buckles, Hat Pins. A Complete Line of Gents' Furnishings AT. 2N I Hotel Street Iors. Robinson Block. Clearance sale OF MY EXTIUE STOCK OF I MILLINERY. COHHENCING : TODAY : FEBRUARY : 6TB. - o c SAILOR HATS. ?o Centi sr.d Up-A-ards. Prices reduced oa t7cijthing. Host be sold to make room for New Stock. CViIdss IRJ3. EE. CCiDDean MOTIIL STREHT. AWLINOTON M.OOC KEAB THE ADVEKTISEK 75 Cents a Month.