THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU. OCTOHEK II. 1S00.
Cricket -at. Makiki this afternoon.
Senator-5?w P. Baldwin has sonc; xo
Call for your Delineators iixs.
Manager Pullar and his bride .Rft
for .Hawaii 2y the JMaruia J-ua
Cleveland means an honest blcyiie,
worth every cent jou pay for it.
Judge Stanley was among tkoae v.io
left on the Mauna JLoa yesterday.
The Hom&ong m am 3eaveF for.SLin
Francisco at 2 o'clock tl-f.s afternoon.
The engagement of Mies Alice Agn-w
to G. L. Saxcson, licu.b Honolulu, is
A cottage en Rol.pl lo Une is for rent.
Anpjy to Villiam idge. Xo.-210
Fort .street. ,
On of the regimental bands 'Villi
Rive a concert at Ihe tlawaiLen Hotel
Another, efi'e of ilf-Iinguent Kanwiio
sugar, stock will be held today noon, it t
Alorgjxn s salesroom.
Vour house needs an awn fog. We
can give you the hst iCr the lowest
price. J. Hojp & Co
A new bicycle with all f.he latest .at
tachments isorffered or ne. iee ad
vertisement on last jiage.
Mrs. .J. B. Castle lIt ftr San Fran
cisco on the,Moana Jast night Mr.
Castle '.will join her sbxirttj-
M. Takahaahi .has resigned th? edi-:
torship.of thel'JTawaii Shtvpo a&il ha?
been suoroederVb? Y. Saga.
A furnished .4 -room ottige on .Em
ma i.reut is foi rent. Ajrply at thi?
office for further .information.
A notice to th' creditors of thfi es
tate rxt the latej.rolm Henry Bruns of
Honolulu appears in this jBtue.
..Miss !Mary EUen; Young was married
to Joseph JU Howard on Wednesday,
October -4, rat Oate.and, California.
The finest bathinj on the beach is to
be obtained at the Waikiki Inn. Talde
d'hote dinner. daily: .from C to 7:30.
Breakfast .5:30. to 9:30 a. m.; lunch,
11 a. m. to .2 p. m.;. dinner, 5 to 7 p. x&.;
open all night. Home Bakery Cafe.
It. W. X. Purvis, ..bookkeeper of the
Grove Farm, Kauai, .with his family,,
left for the Mainland on the .Moana.
Manager C. Hedemann of the Hono-
iuiu iron worts ieit:ipr san r rancis
co on last night's steamer.
It. H. Pratt, who was until recently
with the Southern Pacific Railroad, is
a guest at the Hawaiian Hotel with his
. Mrs. Gunn's classes :vere well at
tended last nignt by devotees of Terp
; sichore. The Quintette ..Club supplied
; the music.
. Miss Emily Halstead ejatertained
number of her friends with a euchreJ
- party at her Waikiki hoijit. on Thurs
A young lady of good education w
take pupils for a select primary school.
Terms reasonable. " See advertisement
on page 12.
The annual meeting of the Waianae
vCompany will be held fit .the ..office of
.J. M.:Uowsett on Monday, October. 16,
,at 11 o'clock, a. m.
Two weeks more and the ..elegant line
-of footwear at E. A. Murphy. & Co.'s
wvill'be $11 sold. Get your pet .site be
fore they are all gone.
x aaacssiiicni ul x ptri cent
.on the assessable stock of the Wa'.alua
Agricultural Company becomes delin
quent on October 16, 1899.
Try our Alterative Condition Pow
ders for horses and cattle. Best rem
edy for coijghs and influenza. .Pre
pared by Hobron Drug Co.
On account of the band playing at j
the funeral of the late John Phillips, :
there will be jno band concert at Ma-1
kee Island tomorrow afternoon. '
The Moana did not get away tilj 6:50
last night. The Government band was
on the wharf at time of sailing and
serenaded departing passengers.
The special sale of colored shirts
commences Tuesday, October 17, and
lasts one week only. Bargains for ev
erybody at B. F. Ehlers & Co., Fort
J. Lando, Fort street, has a new line
of Panama hats, fedoras and straw in
great variety The onJy store and de
pot for the Boss of th3 Road overalls
for men and boys.
The Government band will give a
series of moonlight concerts next
week Monday at Emma Square,
'Wednesday at Makee Island and Fri
day at Thomas Square.
The next issue of the Planters'
Monthly will be devoted mainly to the
reports of Dr. Maxwell, on the various
.sub5ectsassigned to him, and will ap
pear early; in November.
A ;small Scotch terrier weighing
about four pounds was lost in the Ha
waiian Hotel .grounds last night
Finder will please return to hotel of
fice and be well rewarded.
The "Victories of Christ" will be the
topic of the Rev. W. A. Gardner's ser
mon at the Christian Church tomor
row' morning at 11 o'clock. In the
evening this congregation will assem
ble at the union service at the Central
At noon today in front of the Ju
diciary building, George Lucas, com
missioner, will sell at public auction
a piece of land situate on the mauka
side of Printer's lane. A full descrip
tion of the land is printed on page S
Manuel Rodrigues Freitas, an em
ploye of Macfarlane & Co., died at his
residence on Punchbowl at 1:35 yes-
tprdav afternoon. The funeral takes
place tomorrow from the Catholic Ca
thedral at 3 o'clock. Deceased leaves
a widow and six children.
Miss Olivia Leavenworth, who has
been visiting her many friends in this
citv for the past few months, left last
evening on. the steamer Moana for her
home at San Rafael, Cal. A large
number of friends extended their
"ainha" atcthe wharf previous to her
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
Hawaiian G. tjray?n anl wi:-.
Seattle; H. H arbor.. Un?!. Belgi;zi;
C F. Bernard Fore I. nd :i. Kn-.:
Mrs. A. Wright. M. L. K-?.rn-. A..-
land; - Albert Frie -lenthal. II.?
Richard Sarland. Toronto. Canada: X
B. Hogue. ban Francis; o: Wa'.:-.
Arlingtoii Mrs. S. C. Jaklns. M.t--S.
H. V. Jakins. .Miss L. M. (I. Ja:;:
llawaii; G. B. Clapp I.ivrjnii Sia:
-N. Y.; F. Falvey, Manila; H. B.-un
Granl Rapids, ich.
Queen Mis.s Alice IJard. M:.? .
isa Kennan. X. Kna; Mrs. W. ".
Johnson, Miss Maud lohnson. M..-i
Herbert Johnson. San. Franci.-i-o: R. I.
Hutchins, Kahuku; H. Cudabick. ."Lie-ago;
Marion F. Mitchell. Rally -il.!.
Ark.; A. A. WiLson. Wailua; Mri'.n
de Roco. Ed. H- Fot. A. Black. A. 1.
Watt, D. Wells, Jo. Link. Frank
Quary, San Francisco; Matt. Pe:-f.-i.
Hires are a terrible tcrment to te
little folks, and to eozne older oas.
Doane'a Ointment never fails, instart
relief and permanent cure. At aty
chemist's. 'o0 cnts.
TfclE GREAT OPERA SEASON
OTLL SOON COMMENCE.
YOU WILL WANT ONE OR
MORE SWELL COSTUMES.
vmLVT ABOUT GIVING
yVE " WERE NEVER IN A BETTER
POSITION TO SATISFY YOUR
53ILIv ORGANDIES IN
PURE SILK GRENADINES THE
ACE OVERSKIRTS IN BLACK AND
AND LOTS OF OTHER
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THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS.
Your Kind Attention Please.
I Jiave removed mv
to the premises recently occupied
by Dr. M. E. Grossman, Hotel St.
EST Orders taken for Em
broidery and Point Lace, ami
Lessons given at regular tern:.
MISS A. De LARTIGUE.
The Finest Bathing on the B-.i:h at
Waikiki inn, Wright's Villa.
TABLE il HOTE DINNER,
With Wine SI.
Served from 6 to 7:30 on two linals
facing on the ocean.
MISS NINA ADAMS WILL OPEN
classes in physical culture at the Y.
M. C. A. gymnasium. Ladies' clai-s.
Wednesdays and Saturdays, 8:45 a. rn.;
children's class, Saturdays, 9:30 a. xa.:
teachers' class, Saturdays, 10:13 n. m.
DR. M. E. GROSSMAN HAS Re
moved his office to Alakea strort.
three doors above Masonic TeEjpTr.
and W. tl. f.V-i-1 I o "
gs PI 3 LfU Uli Wil
world (hat ill
fImk hkkIc on
Sisfe-Afei bign ol tnc
ON YOU !
MEANS THAT IP YOU 1MINT
To soint thine fhr your horse rljsM
away while tLis ciddcmlc Is Rtiln tn
rounds you may i rltaps lie called upon
to cart your )oro to the -ovorlatlnR
Are JFt the Thing...
FOR SICK HORSES.
CURES Conlt.s and Jnriucnza. Will
also be found of crecntial service, for
Kroase and swelled legs. Produces a
fino, smooth skin; puts a horc In line
-condition; tones up the stomach and
increases the appetite.
Prepared for Cattle atoo.
j'ttiCK rrcit iackac;i:
Cor. Kfne and Fort Sts-
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MLUEOUUA PIT PA PERS,
MIMEOCR. I VA RSI SUES
And Supplies of All Kinds.
Pearson & Potter Co. Ltd.
A IjAHG-E invoick ok
PAJAMAS (in Silk, Wool and Cotton.) GRASS CLOTH.
CE1TEE PIECES, DOYLIES, SILK GCODS, Etc. STILISH GOLP SHIRTS.
Bunion ' Si
S1hm i 1 1. niilv iti llu
tit tl- f f . I with a humou r an
IMonty of tontii for tilar-l joint, rlo-lv tit-
This IiMri!fs. i;i a frv ortl.
th 1union Iist.
Manufacturers' Shoe Store.
big mioc. tort Mrecrt.
S 1-3 Ccntn.
s 1-3 Ccnu. ;
CLOSING SALE KG AN STOCK
READ SOME OP OUt PRICES
. ON PACE 2.
IMPORT DIRECT from MANUFAC
M At SI 1
Theo. H. Da vies & Co
Merchants and Commission Agents,
Bes to catl the n:iention of the
to their compleic line ot
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PAINTS AND OILS. .
GENERAL PLANTATION . SOI'Iffi
A t:ne assortment of Kitchen Furnishings.
GRAY AGATE WARE a Socially
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17th,
FOR OWE WEEK 0HLY
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SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
I Gent's Shirts
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