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THE PACIFIC; COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HoNOLUH. OOTollKR II
n LOCAL BREVITIES. LOCAL BREVITIES. Orpheum tonight. Architect Traphagen is borne again. Manager Antonc Cropp has returned in Koloa. Senator W. EL Rice left again for Kauai last night. Senator H. P. Baldwin came over OB t he Kinau yesterday. Judge EL W. Barnard and family of South Hilo are in the city. The Wm. Irwin brought down -even passengers this trip. Dr. McMillan and Lindsay ai : i v 'i On the Manna Loa yesterday. W. H. Gornwell was among the ar rivals from the other Islands y ester- day. Will E. Fisher. th- real estate man, is home after a short visit to wind ward. Passengers by the Mauna Loa report considerable smoke issuing from tie volcano. Cleveland hall and roll bearings run one-third lighter than all ball bearings. The marriage of Emmett May to Miss Rose Roth will take place tomor row evening. There are men for every business and plenty of food to eat at The Home Bakery Cafe. Mrs. W. 3. Lowrie and son feft for Kahului yesterday and Mrs. B. 1 lane berg for Lanaina. Mr. and Mr?. J. B. Castle leave this week on the Moana tor an extended visit in the States. mnia ti t ft U 1 1 ( i 1 1 P IS (if tile Ka - malo Sugar Company appears else where in this issue. Whitney & Marsh. Ltd., quote a few additional bargains in their announce ment on page 2 today. Try Wilder's Powders; they will cure your horse's cough. C. U. Collins keeps a supply on hand. A gold-filled watch, with guard at tached, has lx'en lost. Reward if re turned to Advertiser office. The Hawaiian Gazette Company is having awnings placed on all windows on the King street frontage. Colonel Sam Parker expects to leave on Friday to visit his friend. Senator C. B. Clark, at Washington. To make your hens lay, destroy the lice and mites that trouble them. The Zucker Medico! Egg will do this. P. H. Helm, manager of Pearson & Potter Co., has been ill and unable to lw :it the store for a day or two. Mr. A. Marques, head of the Theo sophical Society here, leaves on the Mariposa today for Sydney, N. S. W. .las. F. Morgan will sell 7,023 shares of delinquent Kamalo sugar stock at auction today noon at his salesrooms. The band of the Thirty-second Reg iment gave a first-class concert at the Hawaiian Hotel yesterday afternoon. Deputy Attorney General E. P. Dole,' Palmer Woods and Will E Fisher were among arrivals on the Kinau yesterday. From the arrangements made. for thn rapid coaling of the Mariposa it is not likely she will be in port over six hours. meeting of Mystic be held this Wednes :30 o'clock. Work in Fxquisite styles at Mrs. Manna's. One of the end walls of th Haw..:: . Fertilising Company's warehouse Iwilei fell yesterday. The Mariposa, due this morning, should bring the result of the firs' I .t in the international yacht contest. It. H. Muddox. who has ui: re ercd from a severe attack of malar fever, left on the steamer m i nl yeat day for a few weeks' outing Military Band Concert The band of the Thirty-secon 1 hi fan try rendered the following con in first-class style at the Hawaiian : tel grounds yesterday afternoon: March "Margery" Danh Gavotte La Viastesa" v. American Fantasia "Gems of Ste phen and FosteV" Ton Waltz "Danube Waves" Ivanov: Cornet Solo "Annie Laurie1 .. Scoi March "Priests' War" .. Mendelssoh Cakewalk "Whistling Rufus" Kerry Ml. Selection "Operatic Airs" Offer. ba "Dance of the Bobolinks' Pen Ragtime "Georgia Campmeeting" Dixie" and "The Star-Spangled Banner." The Bunion ShoeTh MM)! 15 1 HEYWO0O. Merchants and Commiioo Agems, Beg to call the tttention ot the Hi to their complete lint- ol The ' l ii ii i n s)mm is onU ihoc in ii world thai will tit (he foot with a hmto cm an enlarged joint. Plenty f room for enlnrsed joint. rlonHi lit tins' elsewhere. This dMM.Tibi,. in a fw tl. hoe mnde on the Bunion Last. 16: Eittn v'rrif Nil p J ! : tie New Corporation. Tiie Waikiki Reach Company. Ltd Mas been formed with Samuel S. Pas chal as president, H. V. Adams, sec retary, and John 1. Hayward. treasur er. The capital of the company -$20,000, divided into 2nd shares with par value of $100, of which amount more than 10 per cent has been paid ::. The purposes of the organisation ar t conduct ami manage hotels, an places of resort and amusement in H -nolulu. The new corporation acqui The property known as Ilaniwal . Wright's Villa on Waikiki beach. PAINTS AND OILS. GENERAL I'LANTATIHN SI.ITLK A tine assortment of Kitchen Furnishings. CRAY ACATE WARE a bjecwlty Manufacturers' Shoe Store. Sign of the Big Shoe. lort Street. JJ" .ma.n3. Street. REMNANT SALE. An early call should be made ;t remnant clearing sale at L. B. Kerr's. Many bargains are included, and -be first to come will secure them. Tbe very low prices put on them are for cash only. There is only one Jesse Moore Whis key in the world and that is old and pure. Lovejoy & Co., Honolulu, make a specialty of it. MESSENGER SERVICE. Honolulu Messenger Service delivei messages and packages. Tel. 37v New bill at the Orpheum tonight. 1S- or on a The regular Lodge No. 2 will luv evenine at 7 first rank. A gentleman advertises in this sue for a furnished bedroom, with without board. See advertisement other page. The Government band will give moonlight concert at Thomas Square this evening. e program appears in another column. The annual meeting of the Olowalu Company will be held. at the offiee of Wm. 6. Irwin & Co. on Monday, Octo ber 1G. at 11 o'clock a. m. E. O. White and Jesse McChesney re turned yesterday from a visit to the Kona Sugar Co.'s plantation in Hawaii, which they report in a nourishing con dition. All members of the Amateur Or chestra should attend rehearsal this evening at 8 o'clock in the Y. M. C. A. ball. Four new selections will be ta ken up. If you are interested in the Majestic Gas Lamp, now so extensively used in Honolulu, read Bailey's "Bike Bits."' on page S today for additional information. The regular monthly meeting of the Honolulu Chamber of Commerce will be held at its rooms today i.t in o'clock. The Paris Exposition mat ter will be discussed. Letters have been received statins that Herr Albert Friedenthal. the Ger man pianist, will not visit Honolulu this month, he having been called back from New Zealand to Sydney. .J. C. Cohen was fined .$500 in the Police Court yesterday, having been fufmd truiltv of evading customs du ties on coffee imported here some time ago. Notice of appeal was filed. The students of Oahu College and Punahou Preparatory School will take an excursion on the train to Kahuku next Friday, leaving Honolulu at 9:15 a. m. and returning in the evening. The regular monthly meeting of the Hooulu and Hoola Lahui Society will be held at the Kapiolani Maternity Home at lb a. m. today. Members of the society are requested to be present. Mrs. H. Morrison and Miss Leanor Center have returned on the Kinau. after spending several weeks very pleasantly on Maui and Hawaii. They will leave by first direct steamer for Makaweli. The Mauna Loa brought the news vesterdav of the death from heart dis ease at Lanaina on Monday morning of Mrs Sam NOWiein. ine miwi place in the afternoon and was quite largely attended. William Ikua. on a charge of assault and battery on Miss Julia Kaluakmi. pleaded guilty and was sentenced to hree months on the reel by Judge Wilcox vesterdav. A further charge of robberv was nolle prosd. "Kihei is all right." said B. F. Dil lingham through the Waialua tele phone last night, when told it had ua tv,P Slft &0 mark. I he news -i,o,rioi from the Advertisei wan wn,yuwivi office as a matter of interest to brokers in his party. DRV GOQPftCE? U. Zuckers Medicol Egg i tin- nu t i .iiiii)i al ami rvliil destroyer f Vermin, Mite .. ! Lice : fowls ainl keeping rooders healths and wtronn thai - ror sale on the ntarkH today. This is done bv placing one r I'KBKH MS IH. I.f.r.s in t nest. in ' tiding fanciers t tin r. an using llii egg and since liml ,j n worth, ; inn mting an Help i o hens lv U epiug i liem ! i i lii ) in turn ill help j on. Nu ! the time t neeive t In ir asf istatu when eggs an- - i ovi ... have a circular fi II r lent! monals whal this wontierful bus done for Canary rinl rlial stopped singing and shed their , Inmfiffe on RCCOQlrl ! lMilll2 t covered with licM and mU h ) i 'A CKEK MKhbdl. WWW m also iiM tl v the dispersion f h DACHES, NTS. MOTH 8, K and u:i III WHITNEY & MARSH WHITE PIOliES 7 yds. Si k (Hilar J an. I 5 t "it -U A 1MIA I.INKNS THE (I RE AT OPERA SEASON WILL SOON COMMENCE. YOU WILL WANT ONE MORE SWELL COSTUMES. COO WHAT ABOUT GIVING YOUR ORDERS NOW? COO WE WERE NEVER IN A BETTER POSITION TO SATISFY YOUR .. .WANTS. . . COO hh .i GEN BRA I I 'Y T. IHSIN I 1-2 Cent. 8 1-3 Cent, to Cent. NAINSOOKS 8 1-3 Cents. Hi Cent. '2 -'2 Cent. VICTORIA LAWN'S. AFR0N, LAWNS, DIMITIES, BATISTES, ORGANDIES, LOXti CI.HTH, m m m CORRESPOND INC IIA1 KS RIBBONS. i ; SILKS. iu J..t o4trol -li-i Ki1lti. aitn UarV. kido ut at n t'tiu anl m ttiiitiaiit l II ulin-li vr til chr mi M ot. j HATS. htr Milhiit f iKianiiHiil i lm a toitk trawkv c fuill Hk n rill anl mv -m- f air niiH ami Kt us plan a Stytbh Hal ior ai. CI.OSINC SALE EUAN STdi'K . . l ONTINI ES... READ SOME OF OCR PRICES ON PACK On Our 2nd Floor, i SKIRTS. A larm aH-rtHKiu W.--I. ilk. Aliaca ami t rqwn I t rkirt in Lla U aiul nav - Mm. al !rrl Taffrfa I "nltTskirl. ii m VGKNT8. 1 Cor. Kin? and Fort Sts IMPORT DIRECT from MANUKA'. ...TURKRS... SILK ORGANDIES IN ALL COLORS COO PC RE SILK GRENADINES T I . . .UNCRUSHABLE KIND. . . COO LACE OYERSKIRTS IN BLACK ' WH ITE COO AND LOTS OF OTHER SWELL MATERIALS SUITABLE F THE OCCASI 1. 8. S BH GOftfiS 0 LIMITED. THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS HONOLULU L?r? ivnoin ivp id EYE ANDEAR INFIRMARY Supported by Voluntary Contribui FREE TREATMENT to the P 0 all nationalities. For information as u cards ol mission and to tin- service, etc., apply at the INFIRMARY THIRD FLOOR. PROGRESS BLOCK. CAPES Sum rxini inc X MEk. 1 Al'MS in UliM 4U-. F.lark ilk ami 1 llli t a in Tcat and Art Department. I Hu- !! Staiiiiol Klic ainl Mai a J lr f it-iii. 5. 10 ami ?5 ctin elf- nn V kcif a full awn iiKiit f tnait-riaN ir fanr wri SKIC VIMV DISPLAY n mpl I CI 17AP Wbo sold fiooda, 1 Jam I It 1 1 ill! x ho rn' ' kUu to l,,,ni 1 iiLLU I Vli wy rl out money, what mount. nil J amount, et. Pearson & Potter Co. Ltd. FOKT ST TKL. 505. 4 Late of the Golden Gate ClOJ Suit House of San Francisco. the . . . Manufacturer of . . . Ladies Tailor-Made Suiis, . CLOAKS, GOWNS. ETC. HOLOKUS and SHIRTWAISTS ... A Specialty . . . SAX FRANCISCO PRICES. Room Love Building, Fort Street (Temporary Location.) OF JUST RECEIVED: A LARGE INVOICE Yamatoya Shirts, PAJAMAS in Silk. Wo- and Cottony GRASS CLOTH. CERKB PIECES, DOYLIES, SILK GOOIS, Etc., STYLISH GOLF SHIRTS. mmrm Importers mr- Ommlrm. Hotel Street - - Robinson Block. Fall Millinery LADIES II you lia- mi? plfi !! voiir. . . . smis IN lll ll.t ii ttill rdll Hal. ml. re-t to c.iM . See My Display. Trimmed or Untrimmed Hats, Flowers, Trimmings, Ncner Before Seen in llunolulu. Miss M. E. Killean. ARLINGTON BLOCK. HOTEL STREET.