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Two thousand six hundred and twenty Olaa, .30; 243 McBryde. :;.7.V. 250 Ki l , o rr.. iHnnnlitln I? X T. Co.. r-j- ' - . - , FrAHFSMTWAVE7 THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, AUGUST, 21, 1890. 11 LOCAL BREVITIES. Orpheum tonight. Latest fashions in millinerv. .Mrs. Hanna's. Collector General Ivers has returned from Hilo. Sam Xowlein is reported quite ill at Lahaina. Entire change of program at the Or pheum tonight. Representative K. K. Richards is over from Hilo. "A Prodigal Father" at Opera House tomorrow night. The Claudine brought twenty return ing volcano sight-seers. Senator II. P. Baldwin is in the city, having arrived on the Maui. E. Haneberg and wife are in the city from Olowalu plantation. At Km ma irquare. The following selections will be played by the band at Emma Square at 7:30 this A liber Petrell.i Lombard!- I Verdi i PART I. Overture "Masaniello." Finale "Bivouac," Grand Selection "The ans," Songs (a) "Ka Iini," "The tern." (by request) (b) "Palama," "The Venetian gatta," (by request) The Misses Keliiaa and Alapai. PART II. ! Medley "The Crackerjack," Mackie j Serenade "Love in Idleness," (bv request) Macbeth I Waltz "Golden Shower,". ..Waldteufel 'March "Hands Across the Sea." ... : CUSH53N HEEL Magic Lan- Re- sour. The Star-Spangled Banner Sousa I ?s Pacific Heights is becoming one of the favorite drives in the city. Lemon squash and sassafras . .j A motley array was taken to the Senator A. N. Kepoikai was among Police Station at an early hour this the arrivals from Maui yesterday. j morning. They had been arrested out Not how cheap, but how good that's ! toward Palama, where they had been why you should buy a "Cleveland." , making merry to such an extent that Fun, fast and furious, is promised V?Ple 111 tne neighborhood had no j tomorrow nieht at the Onpm Tir.iiso j chance to sleep. Among them were! Tho io.f c 'Professional men and hackdrivers and 'I , .I6 1,JU "l reason "is- baseball iiuiieu useu aiong tne beach yester day. Deputy Marshal Chillingworth was? around yesterday after a few days' ill ness. . i l n a r?o,r p k xi - JJ The special attention of mothers and U. A. Hay Of the Hawaiian (1nmmis-'i.!..i . . . - twiiut:i Kiirtiiers, as we as xeaeners is s.on returned on the steamer Maui last callea to the University Extension XI- l tures at the High School on Tuesday D. H. Hitchcock is still improving i and Friday evenings by Dr. John Dew- in ucaiui. rie is now ai nis uiaa resi-:ev. on " 1 lie J.ife of thp nhiiri " uence. players. They were charged with disturbing the quiet of the night, and itheir case will come up this morn ing. Pat McLane, manager of Kamalo plantation, is registered at the Ha waiian. Inspector of Immigrants Dr. C. A. Peterson Jias returned from a trip to Hawaii-. 9 The case of the Republic vs. Higby will come up in the Circuit Court this morning. vv. C. Corn well gave a luau at Iao valley last Monday in honor of Sena tor Clark. Two Hilo men have taken a contract to Clear 5,000 acres for the Olaa Sugar Company. J. F. Woods, manager of the Kahua stocK rancn, witn nis wite arrived on the Claudine. J L. C. Lyman, principal of the Hilo Boarding School, was one of the ar rivals yesterday. Dr. John Dewey's third lecture in tlwl University Extension course comes off tomorrow night. Another bicycle was stolen last even ing. It had been left in front of Jva maukapili Church. A native who had escaped from the Insane Asylum was arrested in Kewalo yesterday afternoon. Rev. Dr. Cordo of New York occu pied the pulpit at Central Union Church last evening. Senator Clark and Colonel Sam Par ker are booked for a trip to the Mor mon settlement at Laie. W. M. Campbell is confined to his room at the Temperance Hotel, on Nuuanu street, by sickness. There was an interesting meeting at the Y. M. C. A. yesterday. W. P. Rider spoke on "What Shall I Do." Twenty pretty children are wanted for "Hans, the Boatman." Apply at the. Opera House today at 4 p. m. Manager J. F. Moir of the Honomu Sugar Company arrived on the Clau dine. Mrs. Moir accompanies him. The breakers were unusually high yesterday and a number of surf boats were capsized, one being pretty well wrecked. John F. Scott, who was taken to the Queen's Hospital Saturday, was some what improved at an early hour this morning. Lawyer and Mrs. T. McCants Stew art are being congratulated on the birth, on Friday, August 18, of a daugh ter, Gladys. The Waikiki road was thronged with carriages yesterday and there was a large gathering at the band concert at Makee Island. An experienced woman desires a po sition as matron in school or hospital or housekeeper in hotel. Address "Mrs. A. L.," this office. The Hawaii Herald says W. S. Terry has cleaned two bags of Olaa coffee of 100 pounds each for shipment to Salt Lake City and Fairfield, Iowa. Miss Irmina Medeiros and Manuel Machado were married Saturday even ing. A reception was afterward held at the residence of the bride's father on Young street. Mrs. S. G. Wilder and party occupied one of the lower proscenium boxes and Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Irwin and party the other at the Opera House perform ance. Saturday. v W. S. Wise has filed a water clainK xof 2,500 miners inches, to be taken from the Wailuku a short distance above Rainbow Falls. It is to be used in Hilo for power purposes. Hilo Tri bune. Grand clearance sale at B. F. Ehlers & Co., Fort street, o all the latest styles' in French trimmed hats, below cost, to make room for our new stock, which will arrive about the middle of September. Some of the insurance companies with offices in San Francisco are add ing a clause to their Hilo policies which reads, "This policy uoes not coer m. losses' sustained through volcanic erup tions." So says the Hawaii Herald. Another row occurred yesterday aft ernoon in Kakaako between two Japan ese. During the quarrel one of the Japs picked up a bottle and broke it over the head of his opponent, knock ing him senseless and causing several severe wounds. A 0-year lease of that valuable property on the corner of Punchbowl and Queen streets, belonging to the . Kapiolani Estate, Ltd., will be sold at Sentember 4 next at There was a young man from Lenore hn 1 ml rl 1 r u-otif rtff - V . , - The "beef" made him sick, he recov- ! ered quite quick By the prompt use of old Jesse Moore. Dfy Q0QDS e LW 3 2 2V Mm km mmm la: .-r m4 ffl, mm TRADEMARK I VsHOE 1854 Made in Worcester, Mass. mum l ooo om PATROL SHOE Extra Quality. Calf Vamp. Leather Lined Ruttcr Keel. Positively Waterproof Theo.H.Davies&Co LIMITED Merchants and Commission Agents, Beg to call the attention of the trade to their complete line of ilie (ill Q ! : II : Liu. PAINTS AND OILS- Gl nmn 1 1 nr i im i min J 0 pur ii7 OUI 1 LIuVj Sole. ooo Manufacturers Shoe store L II . B I A mML rLAMAl UT A finp assortment of Kitchen Furnishings. GRAY AGATE WARE a Specialty SOLE AtiKMS. .1? ill .T mm IVS: AI . .Tth r-,,,: .... c Youthful Helpers. Dry Goods Co Fort Street. dOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO C o I run L11UI Good teeth are worth more than their weight in gold to anyone. Some of us possess them; others do not. The most perfect white teeth, if neglected, become worthless, pain-jumping stumps. A Special Sale of TO maw tv rmnnTi-rno iThe acicl is Produced b the particles IS .NOW IN I KOItRESS. of food lodged around the teeth, which owing to the warm temperature in the extraordinary ValUfS WJll be mouth ferment and produce this acid. f I DECAY OF TEETH I .IS caused by more or less lactic acid. found. We would !mvF you re member that we are Sole Agents for the celebrated R and G CORSETS. Positively the best COR SET ever offered ar the price. I sociis Dm LIMITED. THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS. PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAITS. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed or money returned. PLATINUMS, CARBON EFFECTS, CARBONS, IRIDIUMS, and ALL GOOD PHOTOGRAPHIC PAPERS. SIX HUNDRED FIRST-CLASS VIEWS TO SELECT FROM; LATEST PICTURES OF THE RECENT VOL CANIC ERUPTIONS. oo- PHOTOGRAPHIC Co. LIMITED. 5 MOTT-SMITH BLOCK. Corner Fort and Hotel Streets. J. A. Butterfield. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. STORE AND OFFICE FITTINGS, Shop and Repair Work.. Bell Tower Building. Queen St. Telephone 702. STENOGRAPHER. MISS A. A. ALLEN, EXPERT STE nographer and Typist, will be pleased to receive orders. Office cor. King and Bethel sts. (up stairs); telephone 751. 529S Peek Frean & Cos Celebrat ed London Biscuits. DELICIOUSLY APPETIZING BIS CUITS FOR DELICATE DIGESTIONS. LEWIS & CO., Leading Grocers 111 FORT STREET. Telephone 240. : : P. O. Box 207. Tartar Is a deposit which discolors the j teeth. As this increases it pushes the j gums down from the enamel of the i teeth to the bony structure, and in time will cause the teeth to become loose.' ALOHA TOOTH POWDER, PASTE AND WASH. Most formulas have ingredients which ought never to go into the mouth, but the public appreciate meri torious preparations and our sales of Aolha Tooth Powder, Paste and Wash have been enormous. ALOHA TOOTH BRUSHES- ARE made to fit the mouth and give real, solid satisfaction. OOO o o o o o o o o o o o 0 0 This : Week: 2 o o o o o o o o o o e o 3 Pair for 50 Cts. 9 LADIES' VESTS 10, 15 and 20 Cts TRIMMED HATS!!! Grand Clearance Sale. Our entire stock of TRIMMED HATS to closed out at cost: be Price formerly, $10 to $15. On sale now, $5 to $8. FAST BLACK HOSE "See Window Display." SAILOR HATS at great ly reduced prices: GENTS' BALBRI6GAN Si UNDERWEAR 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 3 0COOOOOOOOOOGOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC il l Will! uumu i! COR. KING I I FORT STS. 7 5 Cts. a Suit. FAST BLACK SOGKS Cts. a Pair PBCQAl SALE S OF For me Week Only SAILOR-HATS, t A T" W m m TP r W m. -m. r wr. """" Prion nn finAHo ' ufiiui ji j uuuuo ELEGANT TKI1MIVDEP HATS. COMPANY. Fort Street. :Mi':ir x,,. n vrp . . ft ! fill I iifsTi ! i 'yi w : h i i ki Zj i . ; i a j ,.!..,.... si- ji u q i ' i't d m h i : .j. i i w ; mu i h rasa im ii -r i mi bk;ss-m .m sail k juusi- PI 1 mmm mm nmm u tftissi i im i -- z:Zm 3 : b i n (LATEST STYES.) -otto These Goods will be sold at greatly reduced prices for one week only, at Miss M. E ARLINGTON BLOCK. mean s HOTEL STREET. 7 THE MOB, LOW PRICES RULE. ooo SILVER WARE SAFES, JEWEL CASES. PLANTATION SAFES, OFFICE SAFES, HOUSS-SAFES, BANK SAFES, Etc , Etc. Vault Work a Specialty. Another shipuieut of the Celebrated DIE- BOLD SAFES just received. . n i t x i r small and medium sized SAFES and a few rge ones i v,ail in ami look over our Stock. Al- f ways glad to show goods. JPearson& Potter Co. L'd 312FortSt. -SOLE ISLAND AGENTS,- Tel. 565 MEM'S VERY FINEST SUITS made of best Cassimera, Che viots, Black Thibetff. Cut in the newest styles. $8 50. MEN'S FINE ALL WOOL BUSINESS SUITS made of pure All Wool Cassimers and Fancy Cheviots. . . . $6.50. BOYS' CLOTHING ft remarkably low prices. JUST RECEIVED: A LA'HGE INVOICE OF Yamatoya Shirts, PAJAMAS (in Silk, Wool and Cotton,) GRASS CLOTH, CENTRE PIECES, DOYLIES, SILK GOODS, Etc., STYLISH GOLF SHIRTS. Just received of the Chicigo Brand, WHITE DUCK CLOTHING Coats and Trousers. Barbers' and Bar Coats. All "White Duck Trousers are shrunk, eponged and pressed. One pair in a box $1.50 to $2.50. Come and see them. j SPI rz-BR. HOTEL STREET NEAR FORT. (I ! U1 -'t; n .5. thp salesrooms of Jas. F. Morgan. See Tlllllllti !Uv.n-- Hotel Street Robinson Block. map and other particulars on page y. Japancso i rtoro rid