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LOCAL BREVITIES. LOCAL BREVITIES. THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, AUGUST, 8, 1899. Th eo. H . Da v i es & Co Orpheum tonight. An ideal soda whiskey C. D. C. Mrs. Hanna's for latest millinery. 1 Paul Jarrett is in the city from Wai mea, Hawaii. Mr. ana Mrs. J at the Arlington No gray hairs; no sour if you ride a "Cleveland." house and a the Orphe'jo There is to be some yacht racing r t Kahului next Saturday. There was a crowded change of program at last night. The Wai mea Ice Works is the latti T. Lewis of Olaa are addition to Kauai industries. The nv plant has a capacity of about 1,400 pounds per day. The Hooulu Lahui Society will he! 1 disposition GOING AWAY. L. B. Kerr, the Queen-street mer chant, will go away on August 18th and from now until that date an nounces a departure sale at his big dry goods store, at prices that will make 5mpetition impossible. DFTV We have bought at a large discount the entire stock of TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED J Millinery, FLOWERS and FEATHERS Recently imported by Miss Pauline Dinan, of San Francisco, and shall of fer same on Wedlmesday And Following Days 50C ON THE DOLLAR. II. 8. tt in Goods CO LIMITED. THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS. YOLCAHOSI ! ihe raininterfered with last night's its regular monthly meeting at th band concert at Emma Square. j Kapiolani Maternity Home tomorrow Ah Gunn was fined $15 by Judge morning at 10 'clock Wilcox yesterday for gambling. ! It was announced in the Cir: ;i- The list of members of the tax ap. i Court" yesterday that the Government peal courts for 1891) is published todav iwolll(l nt present an indictment in Ovpr 5w Ch0 m.d,, the smuggling charge against J. C. Co- buiu uu me iiixcnange yesteraay. Professor W. D. Alexander leaves for the Coast by the Australia today. A new cottage on Fort street next German Bakery is to let at reasonable rent. Mrs. W. G. -Walker, wife of the man ager of the Ookala plantation, is at the Hawaiian. D. A. Ray leaves for Hawaii by the Kinau today to continue his labor in vestigations. Manager George F. Renton of Ewa plantation was registered at the Ha waiian yesterday. Two good bricklayers for planta tion are wanted by Alexander & Bald win, Judd building. The new Steiner building on Hotel street is beginning to show signs of future magnificence. The board meeting of the Y. M. C. A. which was to have been held last evening was postponed. S. W. Wilcox, wife and daughter are registered at the Arlington. They leave for the Coast today. A bright young lad is wanted as as sistant in office work by the Hawaiian Carriage Manufacturing Co. Ah You, charged with opium in pos session, was fined $50 and costs in the Police Court yesterday morning. There will be a special meeting of Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21, F. & A. M., tonight. Work in the first degree. Senator Clarke of Wyoming will leave on the Mauna Loa on Friday for a visit to points of interest on Maui. Hotel street between Richard and Punchbowl streets was closed yester day owing to laying of sewerage pipes. Ed. Pollitz leaves for Spreckelsville "N. today to look over Hawaiian Commer- cial, and, possibly, Kihei plantations. ) Together with the sprinkling carts and the showers Queen street was al most impassable for bicyclists yester day. Morgan's land sale of Makiki prop erty, which was to have been held last Saturday, will take place next Satur day. The- inmates of the Queen's Hospital greatly enjoyed the band concert giv en at that institution yesterday after noon. The regular weekly meeting of Court Camoes, A. O. F., will be held tonight at 7:30 o'clock in K. of P. hall, Fort street. General Aldace F. Walker, president of the board of control of the Santa Fe Railway system, leaves today by the Australia. An enjoyable party was given at the home of Mrs. Angus last night, the occasion being the birthday of Miss Elsie Sanders. There is a remote possibility that baseball matters may be fixed up so that the Stars and Kams may play a few more games.- . J. Q. Wood goes to the States by th Australia today. After spending some time at Harvard he will make a bicy cle tour of England. The Board of Health meets tomor row to dispose of the business which has accumulated since the last meet ing three weeks ago. President Dole is hardly expected home until the favorable result of the operation performed on his nephew Guy Dennet, is assured. W. F. Drake, who resigned his posi tion as customs inspector some time ago, will have charge of the Hawaiian Hardware Company's books. The sale of season tickets for the en gagement of the Maggie Moore-H. R. Roberts Company opens at Wall, Nichols & Co. next Thursday. The semi-annual meeting of the Ho nolulu Cricket Club will be held to night at S o'clock at the Arlington Ho tel. A full attendance is requested. W. T. Paty, contractor and builder, 720 Fort street, has purchased the bus iness of J. C. Chamberlain and is pre pared to furnish estimates on all work. Chief Clerk John A. Hassinger "Ge nial John," his friends call him of the Interior Office will have been twenty- one years with that department day. At noon on Saturday next J .F. Mor- j gan will sell at his rooms, three fine j residence sites on Kewalo near Luna- j lilo; each lot is 100 feet by 270 feetj deep. - j The prizes and conditions of the semi-annual shoot of the Hawaiian i Rifle Association, to be held at the! Kakaako butts on Saturday next miblished today. ati experienced bookkeeper, disen-j gaed during portion of the day, and possessing first-class local references, would be glad to take charge of one or two small sets of books. The court of tax appeals for the; First Judicial Circuit will sit in uie room lately occupied by the Chinese Bureau, first floor of Judiciary build ing, on Thursday, the 10th day of Aug ust,' at 1:30 p. m. Ex brigantine "W. G. Irwin," the Coyne-Mehrten Furniture Company received a large invoice ot wmuuvv . shades in all colors and sizes for both house and store, besides a new lot of high-class and up-to-date furniture. Twocnrv warrants No. 4707, in fa- vor L. C. Gibson for foO.OO and No. 470$ favor E. G. Ferreira for $40.00 drawn April 29 and charged "Support PuWic Schools Pay-Roil," have been lost Finder please return to Auditor s office or M. F. Scott, North Kona, Ha-waii. I :.. CUSKJON HEEL -III 'M WWW niifvrnffniiniiu if IIMI III IIMIIIIM V riiuiuunnnii. - 39i y ui TRADE MARK, shoe: 1864 MAI'fc. IN iM.i:vn:i: mas. ooo 0lJR PATROL SHOE Extra Quality. Calf Vamp. Leather Lined Putter Heel. Positively Waterproof Sole. ooo- uieis Shoe store SOLE AGENTS. Fvervbodv ie interested in mr w PHOTOGRAPHY. oo- Kodaks, A I! kinds, prices and sizes. We fell them and teach you how to use them. Films. Frsh supply always on hand Papers. A large assortment in stock. S0LI0, ARIST0 PLATINO, BROMIDE, VEL0X. VELOX We hsve in six kinds. Suitable for all kinds of negatives. oods Co Fort Street. LIMITED- Hardware : Ml : III : 01: Merchants and Commission Agents, Beg to call the attention of the trade to their complete line of ft U PAINTS AND OILS GENERAL PLANTATION SUPPLIES. A fine assortment of Kitchen Furnishings. GRAY AGATE WARE a Specialty aa,li.ijLrrn-arLTjL Street to- PHOTOGRAPHS of the burning craters, also Panorama of the crater of (VBokuaweoweo Lava Flows, Etc, Etc., Etc. taken during the last ERUPTION. oo mm PHOTOGRAPHIC Co. LIMITED. MOTT-SMITH BLOCK. Corner Fort and Hotel Streets. Am I are i erican essenger ervice. Masonic Temple. Corner Hotel and Alakea Streets. Telephone 444. Open All Night. TEMPERANCE HOTEL. NUUANU STREET. Endorsed by the "W. C. T. Room and Board $7.50 per wic. "Telephone 775. We instruct you to use all the above, FOR THE ASKING. 111'!! flfllfl Gill COR. KING & FORT STS. BARGAINS IN Table Linen, Towels and Toweling 65c Bleached Damask 45 Cts. a Yard $1.50 Bleached Damask $1.00 a Yard 12 l-2c Turkish Towels 3 for 25 Cts 20c Turkish Towels 2 for 25 Cts. 25c Hack Towels 3 for 50 Cts. 75c Damask Towels 50 Cts. Each. 12 l-2c Flaxioe Toweling 3 Yards for 25 Cts. 15c Flaxine ToweliDg lO Cts. a Yard. O-OO ' Egan Dry Goods COMPANY. Font Street S3 O O o o o o o o o o o 0 0 o o I o o o o o o o o o o o o e )000000000000090000000000000000000 THE ROYAL WORCESTER CORSETS Have Now the Esteem of lovers of Perfect Corsets Everywhere. A LARGE VARIETY OF STYLES oo ALWAYS ON HAND. Style 550 The Dowager, for Stout figures, 22-39, $2.25; 31-34, $2.50. 65S made of Fine Satin-Finished Cloth, sizes 18-30, $2.75. 535 Low Bust, Stout Hips, sizes 18-30, $1.25. 548 Summer, Low Bust, Short Hip, sizes 1S-30, $1.50. 700 Low Busts, New French Hips, sizes 1S-27, $2.50. 420 Cycling, sizes 18-30, $1.25. oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo ta o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o RT LHSTS We have just received a fine new line of all kinds of goods for our Hair-Dressing Depart ment; consisting of Switches, Pompadour Rolls, Theatrical Wigs And Moustaches, ETC , ETC , ETC. . We respectfully invite all the Ladies of Ho nolulu to see our new goods at our Parlors. V Don't Forget to see our exquisite styles in Summer Mil linery, we just received per b. b. Australia. ooo- MOSS, ft yo9s ARLINGTON BLOCK. HOTEL STREET. V IH!8TW! TX1DI MiMX. MOVE IN THE LARGESX CIRCLES. 30 INCH. BO INUII. 30 INCH. 30 INCH. Are Used By All Classes. Most, stylish, lightest running, and most durable Wheel made. No Imperial riders change their mount. Pearson Potter Co., Ltd. 312 FORT ST. &J TELEHON E 565. JUST RECEIVED: A LAI i G-IS LN VOICE OF Yamaioya Shirts, PAJAMAS (in Silk, Wool and Cotton,) GRASS CLOTH, CERTRE PIECES, DOYLIES, SILK GG0D3, Etc , STYLISH GOLF SHIRTS. Hotel Street sane! Dealo Robinson Blocic. UK CIOTMOIM Is Up to the Top Notch. ooo Men's Strictly All Wool Suits, made of Cheviot and Fancy Caesimers, lined"with good Italian cloth. A suit that is in every way desirable for business, a suit that will fit you well. This suit would be considered an excellent value at the regular retail price of $12.50. THE HUB priceis.. ...$ 6.50. Men's Serge Suits, made from Pure Worsted, cut in the very latest styles. Made with piped French facing. Is lined throughout with the best Farmei's atin and Serge Liuings. A tailor would charge you at least $2S.C0 to make it. THE HUB price is . . . . $12.50 to $14.50. j PITZE R HOTEL STREET NEAR FORT.