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THE PACIFICv COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOU'U JULY 24, js;l.
LOCAL BREVITIES. Emmeluth & Co. alvrti-o in anoth er column for a fi::- lur - plumbor to-day. Orpheum tonight. . Viirgo Jaeob.-nV r ral.uc exhibit for latest millinery at Mrs. Hanna's. Omaha went forward by the Moana Captain L:;ren n :;nl wife .return-. ISI Friday. od by the CLiudine. C. U. Makee and wife are in the lity from the Garden Isle. Manager A. Hanebrg of Olowalu plantation is in the city. Senator G. X. Wilcox and Dr. Gal hraith are over from Kauai. Colonel George Macfarlane and fam ily left on the City of Peking. Prof. A. 15. Ingalls and wife have returned from Hawaii and Maui. Gus Manor has returned to the Mainland after a few days' stay here. The movement makes a watch. Cleveland bearings make a perfect bi cycle. A Portuguese was arrested Saturday afternoon for selling liquor without a j license. The action ." Candles in buying admitting fre a gime w.is highly boys in blu? an 1 Corporal Clay. :.r:j Clay, formerly dr iut now head b j .-:k-among the wo-ind-l the "Relief. Th- ,.. ! both his jaws and c; injury on- sid' is - i..::-:- J. A. Me- li privilege of t i nl iy's baseball j r: . t r d by the ov.n. :hr t;f J.s. V. :)- vti:r-g--neral I r :. Olaa, was who arrived by ' i d through - ItrSlllt Of th T:i'.r-y paralyzed. n 11 i i tro: Garfield ERVICEABLE TYLISH HOES 5 t -o--o- SaturdaVs issu ef AUSTIN'S HA WAIIAN WEEKLY, h.id-.s othr in teresting matter, contains the first il lustration of the eruption on Mauna Loa that has be"-n published. It is a good number to sen 1 to friends in the United States, as it will reach them r . .. i. 1. Mrs. H. A. Widemann and daughter! "liatl,,:it 1,111 lT" . ... lished by American papers. Can be a comim.mti: mm: OF TliK ADOVK in the Gaelic. Heavy teaming from Kilo to the 01aa!slajrsj sugar planta tion is cutting up the vi -1 ' bought at all the news Hands ami at the business office, 314 Fort street (up- eano road The Housekeepers' League will meet j at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning at the Y. M. C. A. Mrs. Sloggett and Mrs. J. F. Hum-' burg have gone to the Coast, sailing on the Gaelic. The band will play at Emma Square this evening. Two new marches are on the program. Special meeting of Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21, F. & A. M., tonight. Work in the third degree. Notice the advertisement of A. E. Murphy & Co., regarding their retiring-from-business sale. A strike among Japanese laborers on the Pepeekeo plantation was narrowly averted last ;week. Professor Berger has a well-selected program for the concert at Lmmx Square this evening. W. It. Castle has left the Volcano House to view the eruption from the Kona and Kan side. The trial cf the La u pa hoe-hoe Span iard accused of poisoning a Japanese resulted in acquittal. ' N F. C. Atherton, P. L. Weaver, Will E. Fisher and F. L. Winter were among the Kinau's passengers. City people iand soldiers were much in evidence at the band concert at Ma kee Island yesterday afternoon. "The Diamond Palace" shone bright ly at the Orpheum Saturday night. The prevent program is a good one. If you want to buy or sell either real estate or sugar stocJks call and consult Ballentyne & Eaken, Fort street. Rev. J. H. Babbitt of Brattleboro, Vermont, occupied the pulpit of the Central Union church last evening The regular meeting of the Catholic Benevolent Union will take place at pie Mission tonight at 7:30 o'clock. ( George E. Boardman has returned from Yokohama, whither he went in ' the interests of Japanese immigration. Deputy Marshal Chillingworth made one of his raids Saturday night and arrested twenty Chinese for gambling. Florence Towse, daughter of Ed Towse, returned by the Kinau yester day morning after a few weeks' visit on Hawaii. Quite a crowd of young folks from the city made the (ascent of Tantalus vesterdav in hones of catching a irlimnse of the volcano. Chester A. Doyle has resigned his! position with the Police Department and will hereafter attend entirely to in terpreting in the courts. Eighteen head of young mules, large and sound, have just been received by the Honolulu Stock Yards Co., corner of Queen and Alakea streets. The band of the 24th Regiment, on :the City of Para, gave a concert Sai urdnv nicht at the Hotel. It was en joyed by a large crowd of people. The Mac Hurdle dress skirt retainer absolutely prevents the bosom from bulging and presenting an unsightly appearance. Mclnerny has them. Housekeeping rooms, furnished or unfurnished; also furnished, to let with board. Apply at the Temperance Ho tel, Nutianu street, near Vineyard. Wise of the Kams proved to be the bright, particular star of the day while at the bat in Saturday's baseball game. His stick-work was a feature. The Pacific Import Co., Fort street, are offering special bargains this week in bedspreads, lawns, etc. See adver tisement for prices on page S today. x Williams College has lately conferred vthe honorary degree of blaster of Arts on D. H. Hitchcock of Hilo. a member of the '-Garfield Class' which graduated in 1SG6 Robert L. Scott states that the sale of season tickets for the Tivoli com pany engagement will open at Berg strom's music store next Wednesday morning. The Hilo Herald says the sulphur Black and Tan and Patent Leather Gentletrcn, Vole to your vtelfiut m il X A MINK cur tocfc. MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO. o-F Theo.HLDavies&Co LIMITED Merchants and Commission Agents, lu I ic ::::n:ior. of ift? to thvr 4;,.!n:Nete iine ut iti HttOf in : ES. THE PAINTS AND OILS. (Kill PLANTATION SDPrW A fine assortment of Kitchen Furnishings. GRAY AGATE WARE a Sptdaio a.sirvuL Street. oy qoQoo est i m . ESHM oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo We have hough t at a large discount the entire stock cf TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED , Millinery, i FLOWERS and FEATHERS Recently imported by Miss Pauline Dinan, of San Francisco, and shall of fer same on Wednesday And following Days AT ABOUT 50c ON THE DOLLAR. rYerybocly ir interested in PHOTOGRAPHY. Kodaks. All kinds, prices anil .iz. We tell them and teach you how to use them. o t o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o Fmh supply always hand on Papers. A large aBsortment in stock. S0LI0, N. s. tt i Goods, co. LIMITED. tiie people s providers. VOLCANOES Vomiting Stones ARISTO PLATINO, BROMIDE, VF.L0X. VELOX We hf ve in six kind?. Suitable for all kinds of negatives. UPON We instruct you to u?e nil the above, FOR THE ASKING. THE ONLY Photographs il D Ml COR. K1HG & FORT STS. Dry Goods Co Fort Street. Arc showing a new line of Purses, Side Combs, Ribbons, Veilings, Belts and Belt Buckles s at very low prices. o o o o S o o o o o o o o On Account of Taking Stock Wo a iv clo.it inir tnr ontiro tiMk f TURKISH TOWELS At Greatly Reduced Prices. I.iin-n Tab! X.ipkiu- r dr u .!.r0 linin rly rh. u. IniH rly 1.:!.". .md !..! r pi--. A FKW Iti:K!:N I.ISK3 IN . . . CLMS' lM)tULR. N.tiur.d I 'iidi-r-Iiir! .nid !r.ur 7" Fnm rlv 1 r.irii. Itidi.i aii !"ii'b rliif M r:n.m anl Knlih IIu. .Mid M.iir : in ,ir:i-ti jut ! rii- O. o o o 72 1 o ;o i o ! o ! O : o i o iO !S o o o o I? i o is ! o : O . O O o is 1 o c t O ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooec Anri a complete lice of Gents' Furnishings! EX AUSTRALIA: A Large Invoice of MEW AM ElEG-AMT oo Egan Dry Goods L COMPANY. Fort : COMlMSISI'i;: Street 9 .MADE. Z 0 0 TPH! Elegant Imported Millinery Dress Findings, Ribbons, Etc., at SS C(0LLE.AI? Ml ARLINGTON BLOCK. HOTEL STREET. and see what you need before starting for tne crater. I SWEATER I AND LEGGINS PHOTOGRAPHIC Co. LIMITED. MOTT-SMITH BLOCK. Corner Fort and Hotel Streets. ft is il im we Apin at Pficesol itie PosL" TENTS I All grades of vollms ami worst hanks at the center wf Kilauea are, . : r. : o nrint noir flip llDtpl. The.! volume steam is iucreasins all the, fabrics have ,,lv,r,, ,l five .c iif- timft and the heat is growing more in-, teen per cent. But our prkes will remain un changed. We are offeiing a better and tense. Three stray horses, which have been ; vii'initv nf i wanuering a uuu. " " larger line of Nothing this season than HoiiKins nwiun uii iv.c.t. for the past thirty-six hours, are com mended to the attention of the pound master. Gus Schuman, Fort street, received ex. W. H. Dimoncl, a large lot oi suuns voung mules, all in perfect condition. Mr. Schuman offers these mules at an ever before at prices that can't help but meet with your approval. All you will have to do is to tome and tell us your wants we will do the rst. We are now ready to thow you a line line of KNOX HATS in Mackinaw and We keep the Most Complete ani Best Assorted Line in the city. $ 0 $ The hotels are crowded h- 0 vend their limits. Get a tent and he indej e ndent of thctn, C ::r.d make the trh to the out- bicak in comfort, and at the 5ame time have a genuine outing. 0 BXT A FEW MORE LEFT. S Be in comfort on board the steamers and buy S A Reclinins: Steamer Chair. 1 Fire Arms and Ammunition A 0 0 o PTnrrr .r-. 0 lD ILL. Oll. 4 6 6 Pearson & Potter Co., Ltd. 0 312 FORT STREET. 'passed in style and finish, i Have a trv at cr:r Dcimel. linn-niesh extraordinary low figure, as he has a Ionian straw. Thee goods are unsiir- still larger shipment in transit. vhi Hilo Tribune says: The joint. little finsrpr. ninned from in hand of Mr. McStocker by a pet fox ' underwear terrier, has been planted in the rich Olaa soil at Mountain v iew an-i i raa ddly growing into a well developed arm.. Tlie various vapors thrown up from the bowels of the earth by volcanic eruptions are very injurious to the del icate films and plates used in photog Mnhv. See what The Le Munyon Photo-Supply Co. has to say about it! on page . 9 Hotel Street : Waverley Block. VE MAKE SHIRTS TO ORDE.. j Telephone No. 070. No. 9-11, Hotel St. JUST ARRIVED A ne.v line of JEWELRY con sisting of WatchfS, Chain Bracelets, Pins, Button?, Also very l.andsonv; EMBROIDERY Cushi-m Covers, DAINTY CENTER PIECES, DOYLIES. and many other SILK GOODS a; reasonable Prices. ADA &t OO- Hotel Street- portors csr-ic3 Robinson Block. The liairilrcsin a:il imnicuriti lqvirtnu-i;t is nmv under the risio:i of Miss Dc l.arti;rne, a tirt c!.i artiste just froni Use suicrvi$io:i coaft. AND Gen Your Momey's Worttlh. ThatV what vou ct licie vcrv time ;ml often more. TJii.? opening v.irk cnril L-t inoic tli.in Vii i: MonkvV Wokth" iu all -ort f HOT WEATHER CLOTHING TOR MLN AM) noxs. Gents Furnishing Goods, Mats and Caps. PITZER. in ti:i. sti:i:i:t ni:ai: toi:t.