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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONlH.rU, .IITI.Y :!., JM1.
11 LOCAL BREVITIES. THE SU(iAK MARKET. Orpheum tonight. Sailor hats at Mr. Hanna's. Sugar has dropped to 4 7-1 G. Judge Hartwell is due on the Coptic tonight. Samoan kapas at the Woman's Ex change. Company A. X. G. II., meets tonight for drill. The band plays again at Thomas Square this evening. It seems a toss-up between the Stars and "Kams" Saturday. The Coptic should arrive from San Francisco this afternoon. The Mariposa did not get away un til after 9 o'clock last night. Optician S. E. Lucas carries glasses to suit all sights ami pockets. Miss Hartwell and A. F. Judd, Jr., i will be married tomorrow evening. The Healanis will give a social dance at their boathouse tomorrow evening. Cleveland is standard of excellence the world over especially in Hono lulu. The residence. 557 Nuuanu avenue, is for rent. Particulars at Criterion saloon. The Housekeepers' League will meet tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock at the Y. M .C. A. C. L. Crabbe denies that he is inter ested in the liquor license granted for Koloa, Kauai. A special meeting of Myrtle Boat Club is called for this evening at 7:30 a the club house. A large number of people went out to Makee Island last evening to listen to the band concert. xe kissing bug has reached Califor 111.J5J1 spite of Professor Koebele's presence in that State. Mrs. E. M. Moore, mother of Dr. Robert Moore, has returned from a visit to the Mainland. Work on the hew Beretania school house will begin in a few days. The material is on the ground. Dr. Senn of Chicago, who is one of America's most famous physicians and surgeons, is at the Hawaiian. Two native drivers .of Lewers & Cooke had their fingers cut yesterday while unloading some she " Iron. Major Curtis Iaukea of Waialua re ports that the Waialua Hotel is al most ready for its housewarming. Everybody laughed at "The Pawn broker" as put on at the Orpheum last evening, Froibert also made a hit. - Dr. Charles Davison, Government physician at Lahaina, has - returned from a vacation on the Mainland. Ladies' tailor-made gowns and elab orate confections. Mme. Le Vanway & Mrs. McCall, 73 Beretania street, Mrs. A. M. Stangenwald has all exe cutrix notice to creditors of the late Dr. Hugo Stangenwald in this issue Photographer J. J. Williams has isi interesting display of pictures of Ha waiian aliis on exhibition at his studio. Gus Mauer, the Klondiker, who re turned to Honolulu by the Mariposa, leaves for the Coast by the Moana to morrow. The dance at Wright's Villa last evening was enjoyed by the guests of the house and a number of people from the city. Captain James Lightfoot of the Hea lani. Yacht and Boat Club is making himself known in yachting circles in Honolulu. D. B. Smith has returned from the Coast. He went up by way of Victoria and has enjoyed the round trip ex ceedingly. The quarterly meeting of the Wav erley Club will be held this evening. All members are urgently requested to be present. W. Brotherton, Colonel Ruhlen's pri vate secretary, leaves tomorrow by the Moana for a brief visit to his home in San Francisco. The wedding of Professor Yarndley and Miss Clymer takes place at the Kamehameha Girls' School at 10 o'clock this morning. At the police rifle practice at Iwilei yesterday morning Captain Robert Parker made the "possible." scoring ten straight bullseyes. John Ena will return to the Islands in September, having given up his idea of going to Mexico. He is now at Long Beach, California. . The Home Bakery Cafe, resplendent in its new lress. opened again for bus iness yesterday evening and was thronged with its old patrons. J. F. Morgan will hold an auction sale of household furniture at the res idence of E. E. Mossman, Emma street, on Friday next at 10 a. m. Deputy Marshal Chillingworth made a raid in Manoa last night and arrest ed three Chinese with a considerable quantity of opium in possession. Captain Soule received by the Mari posa the news of his father's death in Massachusetts. The end was sud den, heart failure being the cause. Capt. Seal by of the Coptic retired on : July Sth, bearing with him many to kens of the esteem in which he was held by brother officers and the crew. Bishop and Mrs. Willis left for Sa moa on the Mariposa last night. Dur ing the bishop's absence Rev. V. H. Kitcat will represent him in diocesan work. t Every member of the Amateur Or chestra must be at rehearsal this even ing at 7:45 o'clock in the Y. M. C. A. hall. No excuse will oe accepted by the leader. J N. S. Williams, one of the origi nal proprietors of the Union Iron Works, came down on the Mariposa. Mr. Williams also established the dif fusion plant at the Ewa mill. C D. Vincent, of the firm of Vincent & Belser, who have the contract for constructing the local sewerage sys tem, arrived yesterday morning by the Mariposa and spent th.e afternoon in consultation with Engineer Edwards. All members of the Church Defense and Extension Association please at tend regular monthly meeting this (Thursday) evening at Harmony Hal , King street, at S o'clock, without tail. Both sexes. Latest Advices Received by Ci-stle & Ookc, Limited. The following are t:. impoitunt parts" of the regular Ktter r--t Mvetl by each mail by Castle & from their San Francisco agir.M The decline in centrifugals ai tici pated in our last advices. ',!iiri were by the Nippon Maru, on occurred on the 10th idem market dropped to 4 7-H since when thr-e sa!s he ported as below. July 10 1,20'J tons "spot ". July 11 1.000 tons C. and July 12 2,300 to arrive... Granulated is kept up Beets have fluctuated but the following quotations t;; July 10 July 11 July 12 A. S. R. Co.'s stock :s h.M up very firmly. Following are th ' losing quo tations on sales given: July 10 155U ! IK lp) July 11 1554 ilf July 12 157 '117 trong Garfield .vth inst., viif.n the u- for '00, ryx t.- e 4 7-lCo r 4 7-lCc 4 7-1 Cc :o T.3! rents. slightly, rs il iiMfkate: 10-f; 10-71A 10-; ERViCEABI TYLISH H0E5. . . . A COMlM-KTi: LINK OF Tllh A HO VK IN Black and Ten and Patent Leaiher GT Gentlenen, !c k to y ur m ci XjMIMC i:rtcx V. THE PAN U FACT URERS' SHOE CO. n of Tho Big Shoo. Th EO. H . D A V I ES & Co I.IMI71D- Merchants and Commission Agents, to their conu-k:e line of Il : m fi : Saddlery . I. PAINTS AND OILS. iwl pummiN scppLies. A tin assumir.: vi .Kitchen Furnishings. GRAY AGATE WARE a 5ptcu;t anu Street. At Thomas Square. The program fc.- th ;: Thomas Square this -Bver.!::' is below: PART I. Overture "Ivan" Conterno Cavatina "Pari?ir.a" Dimietti Selection "Ia Traviata ' Uy re quest) Venti (a) Malanai "Wb-a Kofos Bloom Asain" ...Miw .1. Ktlii.ui (h) "Waimapuna," "Afc'a Oe. . Mr:. N. Alapai PART II. . Everj'body if intercsUil in PHOTOGRAPHY. Kodaks. Cornet Solo 'Old Folks Home" (by request) Ionian! Mr. Charles Kreutcr. Selection "The Rivals" lvtfro Waltz "Love Me" Cmvanl March "Georgia. Caxapmtr-.tiiiK" .... M1II3 "The Star Spngktl B:nuiov." All kimlp, r'ce- nntl sizes. We hell them and teai'h you liow to use them. Chief Hunt's condition 5s much im proved. He is still lyins r.t the An tral Fire Station. It is rumored that the pri poh"'tl Hon olulu Athletic Club will bid for the "mill" between Jeffries and Sharkey. William Keough, vbo formerly pla3ed first clarinet in th band here, has returned after an at-?encc cT i-ear-ly two years. Films. supply hand. alw:iv- on Papers. A large assortment in stf ck. S0LI0, f AKIST0 1 LATINO, BROMIDE, VKL0X. VELOX We hf ve in six kind--. Snitable for all kind of negatives. Dry Goods Co Fort Street. Are showing a new line of Purses, Side Combs, I Ribbons, Veilings, Belts and Best BucWes at very low prices. 24 s o o t o o, o. o o o o o o )OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC Si o o O o s i I: o o o o o o o 57 On Account of Taking Stock We arc clearing our entire trk if TURKISIH TOWELS At Greaily Reduced Prices. Lim n TaM Xapkiii t !fcn J.r0 FninTly ."5 -rlt-ii. Wliitn Vit-ioria Iivn. 71 !, ---.. anl A VV.W IIKOKKN LINK IN . . . GENTS' LXDCRWCAK. XaStini! (itin I"iitlrr!iirfN mil Pr.iu r !." Fonm rly 1 1 ali. India (laiir I'mlrr-liin m rni. in anl Knulili Ku. anl Siair ar l in .rl4il ja! ! rn. . 1 ach 12 !S i O i O o l o o i O o o o o !s j o o o I o ; o ; o i i o o i o o o A i o OOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO We have bought at a laicc li:- ount the entire stock cf TRIMMED AND UNTItlMJiED V.rc instruct you t nsi nil above, FOR THE ASKING. Millinery, FLOWERS and FEATHERS Recently imported by Miss Pauline Dinan, of San Francisco, anil ;:hall of fer same on II II IS y Jii COB. RUG & FORT STS. An:! a cciopletc !:ie cf Gent: s urnishino:si EX HOSTRLIHs A Large Invoice of MEW AW ELEGANT 0K- Egan Dry Goods COMPANY. Fort : Street co.MPmsi;: Elegant Imported Millinery Dress Findings, Ribbons, Etc., at Wednesday V And FoUowincj Days I 0 Mi ILAWS ARLINGTON BLOCK. HOTEL SIREfcT. AT ABOUT 50c ON THE DOLLAR. N. s. tt Dry m k LIMITED. THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS. THL NEW ENGLAND iAKERY and O 0 o and see what you need before starting for the Crater. Oil .VILI WAT A SWEHTER LEG GENS We liccp t:.c Most Complete and Best Assorted Line in the city. AND h Thf hotels are crowded Ve 0 yoiid tlitir limits. Get a tent A ,..7 1.,, t , .1 ..iM.n ,1 r r t r f tf.fttit Q ;-nd niake XUv. trip to the oui- break in comfr.it, ard at the xime time have a genuine outing. 0 WA FEW WORE LEFT. TENTS GO TO TIE 1 E CANDY CO. 2 0 0 Be in comfort on board the steamers and buy -oo ilanufacture a full line of Bread, American ami German, ciiwartzbroil mit kumel, milk brctl nntl tvv-ist with mohnsameu. French Snlits. Whole Wheat, Graham, Hot Bur.?, Snails, Jen ny Lands, Also the most complete- aiul extensive line of CAKE in the city. 0 0 Fire Arms and Ammunition. oO Pearson & Potter Co., Ltd. 312 FORT STREET. ST TEL. 5G5. Jelly Rolls, Angel Food, Wine, Cit ron. Wnlnnr nnnp-p nil M.ttMp CrVn Lady Fingers. Cup Cakes, Almond, JUST ARRIVED Macaroons; all kinds of cookies, fresh every day. 0 0 2 Ol The hairdrcsiin and manicuring department is now under the I supervision of Miss Dc Larttguc, a hrst class artiste just from the I coast. S 0 0 s 0 c 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 AND Get Yoitnr Money's Wormh." That" what you jct here every time and often WEDDING CAKES from $5 upwards. 4 V. Delicious highly frozen and Sherbets, any Haver. I e Cream French Cream Bonbon? and Choco late Cream Drops our ovn nmlw packed in elegant boxes from 1.00 up wards. J. OSWALD LUTTED. Manager. A ne-vv lino of JEWELRY con sitting of Watch is s Ch:iin Bracelets, Pin. Button?, Also very Irinlsoir.e EMBROIDERY Ctishtnr. Covers, DAINTY CENTER PIECES, DOYLIES, and many other SILK GOODS nx r::5onn!:!e Prices. more. Tlii?- opening week you'll jctriiKn-f? than -Von: Monky's Wokth" in all Sorts of HOT WEATHER CLOTHING TOR MEN AND BOYS. Gents' Furnishing Goods, tints and Caps. TT Joponeoo 1 Kote! Street IIOTKL STirr.MT nkai: roi:T. rtoro and Doaloro. Robinson Block.