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The Pacific commercial advertiser. [volume] (Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands) 1885-1921, October 13, 1899, Image 11

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TOE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU. OCTOBER K5. IbOO.
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LOCAL BREVITIES,
Orpheum tonight.
Fall felt hats. Mrs. Hanna'K
.7. F. Soper returned from thf Coast
-on the Mariposa yesterday.
The movement makes the- watch.
Cleveland hearings make a perfect bi
cycle. Gold bonds for sale at the Hawaiian
Trust & Investment Company. Fort
street.
A 1 n r-rrr oofo with lilirflnr llOX lt
tachment is offered for sale by Jas. I-.
Morgan.
The Oceanic Gas & Electric Com
pany, Limited, has an oftice at 40 Mer
chant street.
Carl Rhodes has left the Custom
house to take a position with Wm. G.
Irwin & Co.
The Quintette Club will furnish the
music at Mrs. Gunn's dancing class
this evening.
A meeting of the Research Clubwill
be held at the residence of Rev. V. M.
Kincaid tonight.
Miss Rose roth and Mr. Emmett May
were married at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral yesterday at noon.
A furnished room, mosquito proof, is
offered for rent. See advertisement
elsewhere in this issue.
E. O. Hall & Son., Ltd., have re
ceived a large shipment of the cele
brated Keen Kutter goods.
The Hawaiian Trust & Investment
Company wish to purchase $10,000 6
per cent Government bond3.
Electro mimeographs and supplies of
all kinds for sale at the Pearson &
Potter Co., Ltd., Fort street.
W. O. At water, manager of the Peo
ples Ice Company, returned home yes
terday from a trip to the Coast.
Regular meeting of I. O. R. M. Ha
waiian Lodge No.21, this evening at
7:30 o'clock. See notice on page 12.
There will be no concert at Makee
Island on Sunday, as the band will
play for the funeral of John Phillips.
Hawaiian Tribe No. 1, I. O. R. M.,
has issued invitations to a "peace con
ference" at the K. of P. hall this even
ing. John J. Egan returned by the Mari
posa yesterday after a tour' of the
States, combining pleasure with busi
ness. A regular quarterly meeting of C.
Frewer & Co., Ltd., will be held at 10
a. m. today at the office of the company.
Sagata, a Japanese hackdriver, was
Jined $5 in the Police Court yesterday
for leaving his horse untied in the
street.
J. S. Andrade gives notice that he
will not be responsible for debts con
tracted in his name without his writ
ten order
We advise everyone, man woman and
child, to read the advertisement of The
Le Munyon Photo-Supply Company
on page 7.
n every letter that Willie writes
home he tells that his weight is in
creasing. Willie eats at The Home
Bakery Cafe.
On and after Monday, October 16,
Dr. Cooper will occupy his new offices
on Alakea street, three doors above the
Masonic Temple.
The attention of Kihei stockholders
is called to the fact that the special
meeting has been postponed till Mon
day, October 23.
Professor A. Marques left by the
Mariposa yesterday for Sydney, where
he will take charge of the Theosophi
cal Society there.
The students and professors of Oahu
Colleee and Punahou Preparatory
School will form an excursion party
for Kahuku today.
Tn the eiectment suit of Kapiolani
Estate vs. Tong Tuck and Sue Hong
an answer of general denial has been
filed by defendants.
nro p.nvommpnt band will eive a
enppfal concert at the Hawaiian Hotel
this evening in honor of the officers
and men on the transports.
Tbje annual meeting of the share
holders of the Humuula Sheep Station
rnmnanv will be held at 10 a. m. Octo
her 16, at the office of H. Hackfeld &
Co.
TrtVin Wnterhouse received a
host of friends at her home yesterday
nftomnnn to meet Mr. and Mrs. A. B.
Wood and the teachers of Central
Union Church.
w A Tsenberc. after a three months'
sojourn in California, returned home
on the Mariposa yesterday. His wife
and child will remain at the Coast sev
eral weeks longer.
t orti5 nlease take notice that Miss
De Lartigue has removed her hair
dressing and manicuring parlors to the
premises recently occupied oy uv. m
E. Grossman, Moiei bueei, ui
a.' at r? a
Tv,n nnnii.nl meeting of the share-
the Peneekeo Sugar Com
n n V Will be held at the office of
fp?;rs. Theo. H. Davies & Co.. Ltd..
TT..-,ir. tvio 97th nf October, at 10
Oil I I hiuj ,
oVlock a. m.
w W Dimond & Co. beg to an
nounce that they are making great
preparations for the coming nuuuuj
season, and will have a large stock of
well-selected goods from the principal
factories in the world.
t orfifwa fipsirinz their hair dressed in
the latest fashionable styles for the
theater should call up 'Phone 431. Miss
De Lartigue will make engagements at
vour home, or at her parlors, Hotel
street, next to . m. . a.
rinmoral Scott of the Thirty-fifth
United States Volunteers saw service
in Matabeleland and Mashonaland un-
,ir Colonel De Molyn unaer uie dir-
. . a u i on Australian, like a
isn nag. 10 , " .
good many of Uncle Sam's fighters.
Captain Saunders, formerly master
? tno hnrk Mohican, is now master of
a new iron ship, the St. Katherine. He
mqw Vnrk Citv with his family on
the St. Katherine October 5, to make
the trip around tne iioru iui nua 'i.
mi as A ernes Smith, an accomplished
nrtitP late of S. Strozynski of San
f-on,.icrn nrrived on the steamer
Mariposa yesterday morning to take
harfrp nf Miss M. E. Killean's hair-
,irpsinfir and manicuring. Miss Smith
is already known to a large number
of Honolulu people.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
An ideal soda whiskey C. I). C.
Sugar 4 1-1I; weak and nominal.
Attorney Cathcart received by th;
Mariposa the ai news of the death of
his father.
Mr. C. A. Austin of Hawaii wiil de
liver an address at the Y. M. C A. on
Sunday next at 4 p. m.
A meeting of the directors of th
Housekeepers League will b- L-':
tomorrow at the Y. M. C. A.
Miss Morgan, who has ben eiiir.i -."
as instructress in cookini: by th
Housekeepers' League, arrived !y th
Mariposa yesterday.
Judge Stanley has filed a decision
overruling the demurrer in the uit of
W. H. Pain et al. vs. Cecil Bro.vn. "IV.
lula Hayselden et al.
At the Y. M. C. A. tonight th re w:!!
be classes in the following: Hawaiian
language. arithmetic. mechanical
drawing, typewriting and gymnasium:
also the Workers' Bible Class.
Morning quotations of sugar stocks
on October 5 in San Francisco were:
Hutchinson 30',2. Paauhau CO3,. Han i
UV, Honokaa 34?ig3"i4. Hawaiian
Commercial 06, Onomea 40. Makawel'
Mr. H. S. Robinson and Miss Gay o
Honolulu, who have been spending
several months in this city, will re
turn to the Islands on the next steam
er. They are staying at the Occident
al. Chronicle, October 4.
Sergeant Graham of the Thirty-fifth
United States Volunteers should be a
'citizen of the world." His father was
Irish, mother English, his name i?
Scotch and he was born in fepain. He
10 a. m. tomorrow at the l. M. C. A.
Etican campaign against fcpain.
.) Saturday matinee the famous ro-
jC-,nnin ilr'irm "Thp I.Jlllv of LvOlls"
111U11LIV t.t. - - - - -" . -
will be presented by Mr. Clement and
his excellent company, and on Satur
day evening the psychological play,
"The Bells," in which Mr. Clement
created a sensation at the Columbia
Theater, San Francisco lately, will be
presented.
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The Bunion Si
M0E BY
HEYW00D.
Th eo. H . D A V I ES & Co
LIMITED
Tlir ISllllinli Slm i 1 1 1 ntilx "i!i
wnrM tliat will tit ili uiili a liu:iin ir an
fiilaii il joint.
Plriity of iimhu for nlarl joint-. lit-
t 4-!'v ht. Tli IrrUM'ji. in a fw nnN.
hlior? niai! nn tli' Hunitin Lit.
Llerchaiits and Commission Agents,
Be to call the attention of the ti-r-to
their complete line of
I'll : fcleff : I
PAINTS AND OILS.
Kit:
Manufacturers' Shoe Store.
IKEIIAI. I'LASTATION SUITLllft
A fine assortment of Kitchen Furnishing
CRAY AGATE WARE s Sptcnlty
Zdflclkeirs
Viledlflcoll
Egg
Siqn of the Big Shoe. Fort Street. J
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REMNANT SALE.
An early call should be made at the
remnant clearing sale at L. B. Kerr's.
Many bargains are included, and the
first to come will secure them. The
very low prices put on them are for
cash only.
WHITNEY
WSfllTE PKPES Ijll-!:
I'ettLir -M ra:! -j" r.: t.
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THE GREAT OPERA SEASON
WILL SOON COMMENCE.
YOU WILL WANT ONE OR
MORE SWELL COSTUMES.
-COO
WHAT
ABOUT GIVING
ORDERS NOW?
YOUR
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WE WERE NEVER IN A BETTER
POSITION TO SATISFY YOUR
...WANTS...
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SILK ORGANDIES IN ALL COLORS.
coo
PURE SILK GRENADINES THE
. . .UNCRUSHABLE KIND. . .
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Is tlu mot 'mioimr;il ;itnl it1i;t
!1' ltstnt-r of Wiiiiin. Milrs
;i:nl Lirr on fowls :uul kiM'piu
hiioil'i-s lusiltliy 'Ui'l strong tli:it
is for sal-nn tin market today.
jTliiK is iloiir ty placing ono oT
ZlMMvKKS .MKIMCHM. Klir.S ill
! arli ii'st.
Tin- leatliii fanritTS of tlio I. S.
ai' usin tliiv t ami sim-f tliul
in its wortli, air not usin any
tliini; ols.
1m' Immis by kecpiu iIhmii
( Iran ami tiny in turn uill liclp
you. Now is tli tim to iTrrivi
t!i'ir assistanrr wlion 's an ex-
Jrt'IlSIVO.
I
Wo liavo a rircnlar full of trsii
nionals what this womlcrful
has done for ternary llinls that
stopped sitiIn; ami shol their
plumage on arount of liciti
ro,ied with lie4 ami miles.
Th.! Ki:CKKU MKDH'Oli VMil
is also used for the disMrsion of
KOACII KS, ANTS. M( THS.
ru:.s and iu:n ni r.s.
And as a OKNKItAI. IHSIN.
FKCTANT.
tv rr a ttv r tttt w . . i
RIBBONS.
C nc li of o!fol KilUi. LlarV. t4cl
til nt ; cent .ml.
INDIA LINKNS
r. 1-2 Cent.
K 1-3 Ccntn.
li Cent.
NAINSOOKS
s 1-3 Cent.
M Cent.
12 1-2 Cent.
YICT011IA LAWNS,
Al'RON, LAWNS,
. DIMITIES, UATISTKS,
ORGANDIES,
LONG CLOTli.
(ni(!l!lONI)IN(S UATKS.
SILKS.
I'nnn our cvul sulc ti r.l..K Silk. c luc -ncj
. niniTan: lrt uhiili c will c!c va a ol.
! HATS.
For Sale hy
-COO-
LACE OVERSKIRTS IN BLACK AND
WHITE
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-ACtKNTS.-
AND LOTS OF OTHER
SWTELL MATERIALS
SUITABLE FOR
....THE OCCASION.
Cor. Kin? and Fort Sts.
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f hir Mill:iu-ry 1 VjuiMhiU I l:n a htii I fade. Wcj
would lik tti In trill nod v uc :5r ivtc:ic
and hx u .!an a StliIi !Ut for yn. i
m Omr 2mid! Ftoor.
! SKIRTS.
CLOSING SALi: IIGAN STOCK
...CONTINUI...
REAP SOME or out PIUCHS
ON PAGE 2.
o
A Kiro nvvinnjcut i Silk. Aljuca and Cf r; on
C lrrkift in M.irk anil iuyv-Kuc. al oto1 Tatfrta
l"iidcrtkirt.
8 11, LID
IMPORT DIRECT from MAXUFAC-
...TURERS...
liCAPES.
Sotnc cMra fine lI'MUA CAPIIS in U?r: ir. alv
r.lr.vk mid Cl:li LaiH in zirM xanrty.
V
II. I Ms Dl
Goods
LIMITED.
THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS.
LadSesX
Your Kind Attention Please,
to
I have removed my
Hair Dressing
and Manicuring
PARLORS
to the premises recently occupied
hy Dr. AT. E. Gro3sman, Hotel t.
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$&S&& f
Art. Pepartmnieinilt.
i Jnc Slainjl Ilic and Mai al ir 5 ccul. 5,5
10 anI 25 cvnls to cloc L c Knrji a lull avviri- A
nun! of nuu-riaU for fancv ntk. SKIC WINIKHVj q
DISPLAY. " O
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MIMEOGRAPH
S
Pretty? Felt Waltdirag Mats
Orders taken for Em
broidery and Point Lace, and
Lessons given at regular terms.
$ TTivnfZT tu nnr,r.r:ns.
MIMEOGHAPir PAPERS,
MIMEOdltAPII ISKS,
V
"And Supplies of All Kinds.
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fflSS A. De LARTIGUE.
NOTICE
MISS NINA ADAMS WILL OPEN
classes in physical culture at th Y.
AL C. A. cvmnasium. Ladies clas?.
Wednesdays and Saturdays, S:45 a. xn.;
children's class, Saturdays, 9:30 a. m.;
teachers' class, Saturdays, 10:10 a. m.
5336
REMOVAL NOTICE.
MrMEof.-iiAM wins IS II KS
t
i Pearson & Potter Co. Ltd. $
s
JUST RECEIVED:
A IjAHGE INVOICE OF
Yamiiatoya Shirts,
PAJAMAS (in Silk, Wool and CottorO GRASS CLOTH.
CEKTEE PIECES, DOYLIES, SILK GCODS, Etc, STILISH GOLF SHIRTS.
Kcrv iu.Ia.? of MII.LINKKV A 1ST wlio ti-it-- tciU
In innt cntliii-ia-ticallv that our
Fall MMMeery
tin clu-ifC-t the rrtam of the whole .mnimiii uroJnctiou-
Vi are enlhii-iat:i! to, and all the more 1kciuc wo
know our price- an? lower than are iiMi.illy quoted on the
ipialitie-
XfOSim.i. Okhki:- Wiu. IJixrivi: Tin: M'-t Ci:rri.
Attkntion.
Take advantage of the present opjKiitimiiy to ;ciw
The Choicest Millinery Creations.
DR. M. E. GROSSMAN HAS RE-
mnved his office to Alakea street.
three doors above Masonic Temple.
OO
Joponooo Imp
Hotel Street
ro ondDoolo
Roblnbon Block.
Mnss M. E. Killeami
tP-TO DUE MILUNtR,
ARLINGTON BLOCK.
HOTEL STREET.

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