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Ti!K KM'IFH: COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: lllNOM?U OCTOIIEU 1S00.
11 LOCAL BREVITIES. LOCAL BREVITIES. Mrs. Han- Orpheum tonight. Latest New YorU styles. na's. Archie C. Steele- of the Hilo Tribuno is in the city. J. A. Maroon has returned from a trip to Maui. Dr. Oliver and Mrs. Meyer are over from Molokai. Paul Isenberg came over from Kauai on the W. G. Hall. People who ride Clevelands die of old age. Fact. A. Haneberg and wife of Ol plantation are in the city Captain G. H. Ewart and wife of the bark Colusa are in the city. Dr. C. A. Peterson, inspector of im migrants, has returned from Maui. Captain Matson, wife and daughter arrived from Hilo on the last Kinau. A gold ring has been lost. Return to Advertiser office and receive a re ward. Maui was threatened with a Kona storm last week, but it did not mate rialize. Executive Officer C. B. Reynolds of the Board of Health has returned from a trip to Molokai. Stocks and bonds bought and sold by the Hawaiian Trust & Investment Company, Fort street. Several companies of the Thirty-fifth Regiment with the band marched out to Waikiki yesterday morning. . There is nothing like Alterative Con dition Powders for bringing horses in to fine condition. Hobron Drug Co. The Friedenthal piano recitals will attract the elite of the city. All lovers of music should hear him tonight. Ex-Representative Robert Rycroft, who is interested in the new Puna plantation, came over on the Kinau. The Government band, under the leadership of Professor Berger, will give a moonlight concert at Emma Square tonight. Your physician will be pleased if he sees that you have a bottle of the fam ous old Jesse Aioore vvnisKey in you medicine chest. ' Board. $6 per week: or a $5 meaf A foreign steamer, from the west ward, is off port as we go to press. Thf. soldiers who came on the last ! transports seem to be abundantly sup plied with money. For Thursday night the Clay Cle ment Company will put on the comedy, "A Scrap of Paper." A big luau was in progress the great er part of Saturday night at the n-.si- There were seventy-five hacks, sides a large number of private bn-car- ticket for $4.50; or seven business men for $2. riages, in the funeral procession of the late John Phillips yesterday afternoon. Last Saturday afternoon was proba bly the busiest ever experienced by Honolulu retail merchants. Every store was crowded with cash custo mers. The romantic comedy, "The South ern Gentleman," will be given tomor row night by the Clay Clement Com pany at the Opera House. Book seats early at the Wall, Nichols Co. The Concordia band, followed by several of the local Portuguese benevo lent societies, attended the funeral of the late Manuel Rodrigues Freitas yes terday from the Roman Catholic Ca thedral. There was a big run on the hotels and restaurants yesterday and nearly every one in town ran short before night. At some of the downtown res taurants neonle had to be turned away, the supply of bread being ex hausted. Olaa paid up stock has jumped from $13 to $10.50 in Hilo. The latter is the price bid, but there were no sales. The assessable stock is expected to ad vance, as it is understood the assess ments for November anil December will not be called in. The Hawaii Herald says Gus. Supe has been authorized to build a pack rail one mile long at 18 miles, Olaa ad. This was authorized by the last egisiature. ine sum oi $iu,uuu was appropriated for trails and this is the first work to be done. The eighty-nine Japs who refused work on the Olaa plantation, says the Hawaii Herald, were fined $5.40 eac which was paid rather than come to Hilo and stand trial. Three of the ringleaders were brought to Hilo and fined $15 each and costs. There was an exciting runaway Fort street on Saturday afternoon. A horse and brake, minus the two wheels, dashed madly up the street, until Frank Ferreira lassoed it around the neck and stopped it at Hobron's corner. Various bicycles were scat tered by the wayside during the trip. ! II I 1 IrUr, r. ,; c I.. ....... I AT ;,... iTS X . -The Lady of Lyons" was the plav ; fliftW' U 1 aIwas at the matinee of the Clay Clement; M V'sl'Mf Comnany on Saturday afternoon. There ! Vtl !' owalu Was a good house present. LrV The Bunion ShoeTheo-hi5vies&co !UDC BY HEYW00O. Merchants and Commission Agents, Beg to call the attention of the tiar to their complete line of Tin P.uiiioii Slim i tlit uilv 1iim in tin wnrM that will Hi llu fl i t la a luiiiimi or an enlarged joint. i IMfiilv of lomn for riilarp tl joints. rl.lv tit- tin ils' ln'ir. This ilrril. in a frw vrN. shoes math on tho Kuiiimi Iist. IK : (Ml : S f Iprv In Liu PAINTS AND OILS. GLNERAL I) X 0l!l)l) Olil I LIU) A fine assortment of Kitchen Furnishings. GRAY AGATE WARE a Specialty Manufacturers' Shoe Store. ICa,1n.-vT mna-q Street. Sign of the Big Shoe Tort Street. I A H OR SE ON YOU S MEANS THAT IF YOIT DON'T do something for your horse risht away while this epidemic U Roins tno rounds you may perhaps be called upon to cart your horse to the everlasting resting-place. We are SHOWING THIS WEE luncheons for business Home Bakery Cafe. The business men's gymnasium class of the Y. M. C. A. meets today. All who are interested should see the phys ical director", A. J. Coats. There will be a special meeting of the shareholders of the Hawaiian Automo bile Company at the office of Castle & Cooke, Ltd., today at 2:30 o'clock p. m. A number of small packages and oth er articles have been left at Whitney & Marsh, Ltd. Upon application and proof same will be delivered to own ers. N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Company have on display this week some ele gant silk opera capes. These were im ported especially for the coming opera season. Chin Fook Chin, Ho Sing and Chun Yee Chong have formed a copartner ship under the "firm name of Kwong Sing Wo Company. Chin Fook Chin has authority to sign the firm name. The sale of the piece or parcel of land situated on the mauka side of Printer's lane, has been postponed till Saturday, October 21, at the same time and place as advertised hereto fore. A quarterly meeting of the Stran ger's Friend Society will be held to morrow morning, October 17, at 10 o'clock in the parlors of the Y. M. C. A. All members are requested to be present. C. A. Austin gave a very interesting address at the Y. M. C. A. yesterday afternoon. Rev. Mr. Perry had the meeting in charge. The Bible classes following the meeting were quite fully o t art A orl Ladies of Honolulu will be pleased imported Specially TOf tlie to hear - that Mrs. Louise E. Arieign, the expert in fancy work, has re turned, and will again receive pupils! for art needlework at B. F. Ehlers & Co.. second floor. Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Young, Mr. and Willie the Ml L.h, are Mrs. Von Hamm and the Misses May exclusive the prices asked are and Bertha Young are expected to ar- . , , 1 rivp on the steamer of the 24th. The Youngs will occupy their Waikiki res idence for the winter. The regular meeting of Harmony Lodge No. 3, I. O. O. F., will be held this evening at 7:30 o'clock. Full de vrPA work. Members of Excelsior Lodce No. 1 and visiting brothers are cordially invited to be present. Captain Slater, with two companies oi the artillery, starts on a trip around this Island tomorrow. rlhey will go by way of Moanalua, Pearl City, Waia lua. Kahuku and the Nuuanu Pali, and will be gone about nine days. ThP niano forte recitals by Herr Friedenthal begin tonight at the Y. M. r. a Season tickets for the three evenings are $2; single tickets, 75c On sale at the Y. M. C. A., Wall, Nich ols Co., and Bergstrom's music stores. Jas. F. Morgan will sell at public number of shares of delinquent sugar the McBryde Sugar Co., if the - .., j. HoiinmiPnt assessments, wun uueresa thereon, are not paid before the day of sale. Mrs. Kidmore. who has been head .inci-i A v nnrf trimmer at iuiss iwn's millinery store for vear and a half, left for San Francisco by Dr. M. E. Grossman, Hotel St. " i On 1 on the steamer nongKong iuaru oat- urday afternoon, to open up a muuuei v store of her own. The many irienas ui Mrs. Kidmore wish her every success Ksa-QrilPis; tikfMi fnr Fin Numerous complaints are made by fcUlUeis tUUeu 101 Llll- broider5T and Point Lace, and Lessons given at regular terms. Alterative Condition Powders Are Just the Thing. . . - x WH HEY & M At SI J 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SPECIAL SALE 111' Colored S Tl n roMMKNVI.W. OR SICK HORSES. oo- CURES Coughs and Influenza. Will also be found of essential service for grease and swelled legs. Produces a fine, smooth skin; puts a horse in fine condition; tones up the stomach ami increases the appetite. Prepared for Cattle also. INDIA L1SKNS 6 1-2 Cents. S 1-3 Cents. 10 Cents. NAINSOOKS 8 1-3 Centa. 10 Cent. 12 1-2 Cent. VICTORIA LAWNS, APRON, LAWNS. DIMITIES, BATISTES, ORGANDIES. LONG CLOTli, jVTT comii:sioxmNc; iiati:s. . TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17th, FOR OWE WEEK ONLY 12 0 o 0 o 0 $ o o o 0 s s II- i:.i:i;.ins mi: i:vi:i:yi:ohy - V :iri rtutitM'ltiil In niaUi mmiiu markiil iIh-m SILKS at oi prin ! carlv ami takr rnir i liniif. Silks Silks Silks for Waists, for Dresses. ; for Trimmings.! CI.OSINO SAI.K EC AN STOCK ...CONTINfHS... PRICE pun packac.i: 2:.. Some Very Handsome SILK OPERA CAPES ed specially fc Coming Opera Season. 0 0 A. t..:.. . 1.. 1 r ....... t A "ii- .imi...- ....... -r a F.iiirv llxi iiiii Silks . . . . i -a mm a 1 rvlnl Mlk?. wry Mnii a CmIommI Surali. all silk .. , TiitH-v .lap.11:.-. Silks .. . . A A A A A A A fur tn 5:nm1. s lia' lli. in all Mtit. (;ill to UK) to J2T, to l.fKI In to Sunn rv -lmiif WAIST insure I lnir n-ailv silr. PATTKKNS al .rir.- ili.it SEE WINDOW DISPLAY. Gent's Shirts One Week Only. reasonable. We commend them to your( notice. LIMITED. , THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS. Ladies! Your Kind Attention Please. A I have removed my 0-0 I nnvii somi: op orit iitici:s Ion- iai: 2. I vrv 1 A 1 iifiiiTiinr yi unnnii iTn k ii dm 1 H I Cor. King and Fort Sts. ...tuiiers... j A I 6 . - --rv 0 A on. I ll ocoo mm mm mm rmr m - lmm r m m mm m mm m mm t-r m -rw r-m m mm m & v , r m m- mm .mm m1 .m- h 6 MIMEOGRAPHS. A A Hair Dressing and Manicuring PARLORS the past to the premises recently occupied MIMEOGRAPH ROLLERS. Ml JS C Ulr HA I 11 I -1 1 is Ii O, A A A A A 0 0 A 0 A 0 0 A A A A 0 A A A 0 A A 0 0 A A 0 A 0 A ImI nf Im iiI? Soft Pii!ii ainl SlilT Itititu Shirts t-z ' A ukir 21I. ipialiiy. riluri-il i.i l.mi. ;i ?1imuii in uitnlou. 0 WE HAVE THE SELECTION OF MIMEOCRAPIl IXKS. untvwP lM !' iA'CZl'v' A A A 0 Pearson & Potter Co. Ltd. t mo-312 FOHT s r. rrrTEL. rt;r,. a Mr Combs and t And Supplies of All Kinds. a A A lair Ornaments cir Tin: i..ti:st styi.k iio TTnitpn States soldiers from the troopships in port of the insufficient means of obtaining drinking water in this hot weather. Here is an oppor tunity for some of our liberal and pa tHntic citizens to benefit their fellow man hi prPPtinCT a fountain on the waterfront. 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. MISS A. De LARTIGUE. REMOVAL NOTICE. JUST RECEIVED: A LARGE INVOICE OF Yamniaitoya Shirits, PAJAMAS (in Silk, Wool and Cotton.) GRASS CLOTH. CESTRB PIECES, DOYLIES, SILK GCODS, Etc., STILISH GOLF SHIRTS. -ni in Xtv VirU :iinl imn nit lf'MHU I'.lfl"!'!. l.iti l W l4il-.")l inv .i;r rR. M. E. GROSSMAN HAS RE- moved his office to Alakea street. three doors above Masonic Temple. Mn s Joponooo I Hotel Street nd DoqIo Robinson Block. M. E. Killeami, tP-TO-DATE MILUNtR, ARLINGTON BLOCK. HOTEL STREET.