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THK PXfTIFIC COMMERCIAL AHVERTISEK: HONOI.UIX. OCTOBER 2',. 00.
11 LOCAL BREVITIES. Wedding Hells. The marriage of Miss Annie Kath leen King to Captain Charles Haitzell Dasher occurred at 2 o'clock yosttnlay afternoon at the residence of the bride's mother, Mrs. Amy L. Kin::. Nuuanu valley. The wedding was a very quif-t on only the family and immediate fiinds being present. Rhv. William M. Kin caid officiated. The decorations were strikingly pretty, the color scheme he ing green and white. Th wedding inarch was played by Mrs. Clareixco H. Cooke. After the wedding breakfast the newly married couple depart d amid a shower of rie for Waialu.i. where they will remain for a we.-k. Tliev will reside on Kauai. C. M. Cooke left for Nawiliwili l.tst night. MESSENGER SERVICE. Honolulu Messenger Service deliver messages and packages. Tel. 27S. There are lots of "AA" brands of whiskey, but only one Jesse Moore "AA". Lovejoy & Co.. Honolulu, have Salter, for your n yNew attraction at reopening of pheum. Or- DRV 3 LW The. peOQHKsivs:STo: We are SHOWING THIS WEEK Orpheum closed for repairs. Call for your November Delineators at Mrs. Hanna's. Senator H. P. Raid win returned to Makaweli on the Mikahala. W. O. Smith left for Kauai last night and Airs. Smith for Maui. Ex-Representative Robert Rycroft returned to Hawaii on the Kinau. The China sails for San Francisco at 3 p. m. Mail closes one hour sooner. Cleveland quality has never been sacrificed for a few dollars. It don't pay. A. J. Campbell left for the Tuna plantation on yesterday's steamer for Hilo. C. H. Jennings, late storekeeper at Ewa, left by the Claudine yesterday for Spreckelsville. ' There will be a regular convention of Mystic Lodge, No. 2, K. of P., to night. Work in the third rank. Jas. F. Morgan will hold an auction sale of beer, wine, gin, etc., at his salesrooms today at 12 o'clock Telephone 80, S. J ice-house goods. He has a fine fresh lot to arrive per steamer Australia. Send us your kodak films or glass plates; we will develop them in any kind of -weather. Hobron Drug Co. The steamer Australia today is ex pected to have a large supply of fresh fish and oysters for The Home Bakery Cafe. An upright Ronisch piano, almost new, is offered for sale at a splendid bargain. See advertisement on last page. Members of the Amateur Orchestra should remember the regular rehearsal on Thursday evening at 8 o'clock in the Y. M. C. A. hall. The annual meeting of the share holders of the Honomu Sugar Company will be held at the ollices of C. Brewer & Co., Ltd., today at 10 a. m. The annual meeting of the share holders of the Honokaa Sugar Com pany will be held at the office of F. A. Schaefer & Co. today at 10 a. m. Air. Kemalia of No. 4G Punchbowl street, who has been quite ill with fe ver for nearly two weeks, was able to sit up yesterday for a little while. There will be a special meeting of the shareholders of the Walalua Agri cultural Company at the Chamber of Commerce rooms today at 2:30 p. m. No papers were filed in the Circuit Court up to the closing hour in an al leged sensational suit against the pro moters of the Kamalo Sugar Company. Drop into the Beaver Lunch Rooms tralia this morning and have a dish of exclusive the prices asked iU'C fine fresh Eastern or California oys- reasonable. ters. President Dole stated yesterday, that it was uncertain when the appointment of a new Minister of the Interior would be made. In any event it would not be until late today. Captain and Airs. W. H. Whiting and child are through passengers on the China. Captain Whiting was until re cently in command of the U. S. S. AIo nadnock at Manila. Jas. F. Alorgan will hold a sale of household furniture on Friday, Octo ber 27, at the residence of J. H. Craw ford, 1090 King street, two doors Wai kiki of the Sanitarium. The adjourned v annual meeting of the Hamoa Plantation Company will be held at the office of C. Brewer & Co., Ltd., Queen street, on Alonday, October 30, at 10 o'clock. Gear, Lansing & Co., Judd building, are offering for sale a number of very desirable residence lots on the Base ball Tract, one block from Beretania street, near Lunalilo street. This paper acknowledges the receipt of an invitation to be present at the coming social entertainment of the Young Hawaiians' Institute at Foster hall on Friday evening next. Mrs. James A. King desires to con vey her most heartfelt and sincere thanks to all those who participated I ft f I ilKi V: s 'Y' 1 S -i l ;MM ft ( V5?"! "i 'J if The Bunion Shoe MM)E 15V HEYW60D. Vi.'C ft 5 -v i ( vs i F'J i. A font with ;i Lu:t:i r ;m Thv Hiinioii unrll tint will tit t!i fiihirp'il joint. PJrlitV of liMiiti ftr ur.iti! jiitit. III ho'. mailt mi tin linni'Mi lit. Th eo. H . Da v i es & Co LIMITLO Merchants and Commission Agents, Bej to call the attention of the natf to their complete line of lid e : Mm : llif : Ek PAINTS AND OILS. MM PLANTATION SfflUES. A fine assortment of Kitchen Furnishings. GRAY AGATE WARE Manufacturers' Shoe Store. . b; tc:iitv Sign of the Big Shoe. Fort Street. Amateur Photographers! Some Very Handsome SILK OPERA c-t- Wo tlewlon pl.itc; anl films on a c!ouly lay a.s v.V.l as on a tirlsht tl.iy. It matters not to m vhothr th Mia is hiM?n bhintl t?ic tIoul. CAPES You Are Mistaken TO THE Ladies of ITABL 0 Honolulu. u INEN 0 0 -vi: iiavi; arsT kkckivku fvm:wivw ill i m t!n-y an all --l a!t: ats-1 it will juy ih-sti m t i vi ti if ..u iL.ti't j.-.ii h.i- "I'h trii an T.'1'.. T.V., 0 I.M. .I.'J. -5l..".ata.l .!.7:. a afl. Tl I.ihi tu!itv i. full ; 0 0 M:li. in m-v ti t-li-Mi l-Iii. a rv lim1! c!i!i. 0 t 0 0 o o o o 0 0 0 q Al) tin m-u t;aj!ifi c tii y tiiili ilio, A ! - lliisir at -M". J.:.i. iM... u a l7iuJ a Isi.iL an 1! lit i plan willi tlx AmiO'inrr OCTOUKU tlittj irill on$ V.V7 fcii n imported specially for the Coming Opera Season. While the STYLES are We com mend them to your totice. To think that yoa must wait for a bright tiny before your films or plates can be rteve.orel. We employ an ex- periencel man to !o this work and his whole attention is devoted to it. All the nece.-sary apparatus which is re- riulred in protosraphy to turn out first-clas pictures Is to be found In our darkroom.' No scratches or linger marks shown on the photos made by us. I. Urn w i Co Agents for the LIMITED. Ir - 1 11. THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS. I H Cl.l lllrflll UXflllrlK Ladies! And Dealers jn Your Kind Attention piease. Photographic Materials eand supplies. I have removed my Hair Dressing and Manicuring PARLORS to the premises recently occupied by Dr. M. E. Grossman, Hotel St. -ooo- il . I 1)3 Cor. Kin? and Fort Sts. Dressmaking Department IN CHARGE OF Mrs. Josc-ph'-ne Colvin, icliicii Jisi titfhr n iff cnn fit ise till 'niinihnl fittun' ot' ft'fir tiits!- lifts. Mi's, ('n! hi is iih'- tufif in tt kunirn tit m in l llnnntnttt !itifir$ 0 0 0 i I.im.ik. SKIRTS. o 0 1 o o Cll'K SKIIM'S .ill nlnl in prior, yii iutl tit-. niVi i list 5nn ? :i1mm. i n;i. rvjn. ;iil lri3l". lipH' nlinil friii . .. .. if l:iy. opn-. tlnrl;, ! iiitn. lt-r knd in rlin k n1itrril fo-m A t r.ii "iup! If -nil l'"H'5 si:i: isnn: Vusivi".y. LACES. T.:.m i-. IH.tu) I. 7..VI !. T.r.o 4 0 ..... o '! S i.:.oj o i..0 0 i.:.0i -1.50 1 1 i .ur win i A tun It tin Is is it Sir is i 'tl rtt.hni" t's. $ jd.i;v f.f l,ni-t 1 1-: 1 1 i i j lt ivir "I.V. ;i v.ml. WIC li-it a larpr4 a ;o as tin uiiisfr nf' rmr iililihf. j .ri m ii f n .il !.i-i -1 ji1i -. 1 I-5it-.:i. Ma! .itl Val., . .rV.. ;, Hi.' .?,limi of i iiTii..ii.ai ti ry n .i.. ii.i!.lr j.ri--. UMBRELLAS. de IS" Orders taken for Em- r- MISS A. De LARTIGUE. in honoring the memory of her pooGprl hiihanl James A. Kinsr. Lewis & Co., food specialists, Fort broidery and Point Lace, and street have T11.0, 1?tt fJ1"3 Lessons given at regular terms. $ vegetables (all kinds), fish, butter, etc., o o t IQ arrive IJer JSlt'umci Auauana tuua . OOO I A Geo. Andrews, King street, can sup ply you with anything you may re quire in the ice-house goods line. He has a larse fresh supply to arrive per s,str!!;tel!pn TJlt New Xmas Goods ! IIU Lilt 1 Cii&ascuiciii. ouvitij young people will be announced in a few days and is going to occasion gen- Handsome Vases, Glass Flower eral surprise, as the parties thereto Stands, Lemonade Sets, Elegant Water have been exceedingly circumspect up Pitchers. Ivory Vases. Glass Flower to date. Baskets, Lamps, Etc., Etc. By order of the administrators of . WING TAX LUNG'S, the estate of the late J. I. Dowsett, 331 Xuuanu Street, near Hotel Street. Jas. F. Morgan will sell at public auc- 4 : Tlnn'catt pnrmll OllAPTl Stl'Ppt on Saturday, October 23, thirty head PUPILS WANTED. of fine young mules. Night Watchman Miller of the O. R. I a YOUNG LADY OF GOOD EDU- & L. Co. is now a special police officer cation will take pupils for a select pri- I A rrtmr f i V ti 1(T F on Captain Bower's Merchants' Patrol mary school; terms reasonable. Ap- IX MlMr tUi.-J 1 U UUljlsl.li?. force. Miller was tor a time in tne piy at cottage opposite Orpheum The- -.,-. l n ii o t- 1 1 niif has nlsn sppn t .- . i, a nv.i 10 liaiiuiiai i 1 1 1 , x .n l cm. i ucimciu service in the Philippines. a. m. At TTninn Snimrfi last evening a com- panv of boys were being drilled by ICPCCV Dill I Q Ga" icamninnili nf the N. G. H. These UChOtl DULLO. hnvs have a regular drill every Thurs day evening. The meeting last eve- THE LEAHI DAIRY HAS FOR nine was an extra in preparation ior saie a iew tnorougnDrea jersey duus, A A A A A the forthcoming battalion drill of boys The Le Munyon Photo-Supply Co. of 426 Fort street has the largest print ins and developing establishment in the Islands and is prepared to do the printing and developing for amateurs in the shortest possible time. . A large fnrrp and electrical dryers enables them to do it. yearlings; pedigree guaranteed. Apply to WALTER BLACKER. 5347 Mgr.; Tel. 211 Red. REMOVAL NOTICE. I $2kn& Supplies of All Kinds. i I Pearson & Potter Co. Ltd. Tin's I)F:i!:TMK.Xl'tsa!l ofirr h i'ii i rli . irill I? ilinrlnl in it run hil tnnl llnn'minh Lnsi . . in .ss inn ii in i 0 A 0 A t 0 s 0 A 0 A A 0 A A A A 0 A A A A 0 0 A A A A A 0 0 A 6 II V I Jh. I V I;i-ii'Jii.iri r fr Ldj nnI iiJ" utti1n lL On ry rlinltf .in p-1. l.n;11f pln.i fill:. rl K.Mi:i:cmi:i:i:i svi.s iu:iusiu iu.s ix .f l!n- !;rl n.in r ;il the julti ni. DON'T I-OKOIT c.:ir i;KNTS- FUKNI-SIIINcS I DKIWKT.M KXT. A rlitoo Ymr Jiiri- z&u juij!- at r0eJ :inm iii: f.it Maak . at juir fr fr litj fiilljir.- fr .".. S:- i.d ?.d' f ril.nl Jiif1 at c-jir!i;j VK WISH ! n ruliid jLat c r.irrv a full a-1 J '-r:iin m f iln R and G C'CiKSITS ax r.vt pnni:-. AI-; O a iIm! v..- an- S.I.. As-m f-r l! fa:n-iu HOVAL WOKCIlS- j Y 0 jl rr- MIMEOGRAPHS. MJMEOUHAl'll M 'AV.V. MIMEOUliAI'll AVA'.s. MIMEOdi:. I I'll I A IIMSIIES A Treat lo the Ladies or Honolulu In the vavof jxrtr:n2 roKT sr. TKL. DR. M. E. GROSSMAN HAS RE- moved his office to Alakea street. three doors above Masonic Temple. Ex Hustralia: Burbank Potatoes, Onions, THE CALIFORNIA FRUIT CO.. G. I CESThR PIECES. DOYLIES. SILK UlUlK, UC. bllLIbH 1)IY bHIKO. PER S. S. AUSTRALIA. A full line of Grapes, Plum Peaches, Apples, Bartlett Pears, Or anges, Lemons, Celery, Cabbage, Cau liflower. Dates Dried Figs, Assorted Nuts. Sal- Andrews, King street, will receive mon. Flounders. Halibut, Crabs, East- Peaches, Oranges, Plums, Lemons. ern and California Oysters (in tin ana Cherries, Limes, Grapes,Bartlett Pears, shell). Turkey. Chicken, Ducks; all Apples, Apricots, Celery, Cauliflower, Game in Season. A full line of Canned Cabbage, Eastern and California Oys Goods. CAMARINOS' REFRIGERA- ters, Game in Season, Fresh California JUST RECEIVED: A L, A mili INVOICE OF Vamatoya Shirts, PAJAMAS (in Silk. Woo! and Cotton.) GRASS CLOTH, UB, Elegant STYLISH WAISTS AND Opera Capes Also Have the laust in- and DoqIo e&rfs : amd : Frnmsies lasnmceni Dress uooas ana Tnmrainss. AH t!iC-. m ar tlint frria N -.v Yrk avA all thi !atlic art cunlially inviuil t iu-j-crl J!;c ik-w lin. Miss M. I. Kllleaiino ARLINGTON BLOCK. TOR. I Butter, Etc. Telephone 484. Hotel Street '.Robinson Block. HOTEL STREET.