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IT. LOCAL BREVITIES. Orpheum opens Saturday night. Friedenthal at if. M. C. A. tonight. Ed. Paris is receiving congratulations a daughter. Clay Clement in "Hamlet" at Opera House tonight. This is the last night of the Clav Clement Company. Latest in sailors direct from New York. Mrs. Hanna. Reserved seats or the opera are go ing off like hot cakes. See the new puncture-proof tire at the Cleveland agency. New line of crepe shirts, Panama hats at J. Lando's, Fort street. Whv eat elsewhere when the best to be had is served at The Home Bakery Cafe. The Honolulu Stock-Yards Company advertises for three second-hand dump carts at once. The American Messenger Service will get your mail for you on Sundays or any other day; telephone 444. Finft iuiov Snitzenbere apples for fHner and oookine at S. J. Salter's, Orpheum block; telephone 680. The officers of the Pepeekeo Sugar Comnanv. Limited, who will serve aur ing the ensuing year are published in this issue. The stock books of the Waialua Ag ricultural Company will be closed to transfers from today till Wednesaay, November 1. . All claims against the ship Antiope not presented up to noon today at the office of Alexander & Baldwin, agents. will be barred. Captain Crane of the town Fomball team has called a meeting of football men for this atiernoon at 5 o'clock in the Y. M. C. A- The assessment No. 5 of 10 per cent on the assessable stock of the Kona Sucar Comnanv becomes delinquent November 1, 1899. . IT. Franks. San Francisco: William G. Cutler, George C. Day, and Charles Boone. U. S. S. Newark, are late ar rivals at the Hawaiian. a pontlftman nesires to exchange a nnmnara HvaIv new Smith Premier typewriter for a fire-proof safe. Ad dress postomce box 4 to. Timro wnc n hicr fiudienee at the L V " " bnnrf concert at the Hawaiian Hotel last evening, and many of the numbers were heartily applauded. A runaway dray, team was stopped bv mounted patrolman Parke yestei day morning near the Palama termi nus of the Tramway line. The programs for the band concerts at Emma Square this afternoon and at Makee Island tomorrow afternoon will be found on another page. A young Maltese kitten has strayed from Aloha lane, King street. Finder will receive a suitable reward if re turned to Advertiser office. The annual meeting of the Koloa Su gar Company will be held at the office of H. Hackfeld & Co. on Monday, Oc tober 30, at 2 o'clock p. m. The Seaman's Club has become the possessor of an acetylene gas magic lantern and will give a free exhibition to seamen on Monday evening. The annual meeting of the Kipahulu Sugar Company will be held at the of fice of H. Hackfeld & Co., on Monday, October 30, at 3 o'clock p. m. The Punahou football eleven play a - picked eleven from the city at the college grounds this afternoon. All alumni and lovers ot the game invited. The opera season is now in full swintr. The Kash. two big stores, can outfit you In anything you may require in the way of full dress goods and fur nishings. v The special meeting of the Waialua Agricultural Company which was to have been held yesterday has-been postponed till Wednesday, November 1, at 10 o'clock a. m. "Cnristian Slavery" will be the sub ject of Rev. W. A. Gardner's sermon at the Christian Church tomorrow morning. In the evening he will talk about "Religion and Health." The Rev. G. L. Pearson's themes for tomorrow's services at the Methodist Episcopal Church will be "The Present Need in Religious Experience," at 11 a m., and "The Evil of Lying Vani ties." at 7:30 p. m. persons holding proxies in the Wai- , alua Agricultural Company are request at flip the same with the secretary of the company, E. D. Tenney, at the office of Castle & Cooke, Ltd., previous tn November 1, Tniileht for the last time Friedenthal will appear at the Y. M. C. A. in a re cital with other local taient. xne Am ateur Orchestra win play, as will also i.aa ATnrv and Mott-Smith with lUCOOi o. " - . Friedenthal in Weber s Trio. wiiiinm Morris Kincaid will at Pntral Union Church tomor row morning on "What the Members of Central Union Owe to ineir inurcu, and in the evening on Honolulu, a Bahvlon or a New Jerusalem WThich?" n interesting medical seance took Un thA exounds of the Hawaiian Hotel last night. It was only one of Colonel Thompson's jokes, but this time the joke was on the dog and those who got splashed witu me 'CU1"C- Sunday Concert. ThP Hawaiian Government band, un der the leadership of Captain Berger win irive a concert at Makee island to morrow afternoon, commencing at 3 o'clock. Following, is the program o selections: PART I. "The Old Hundred." O Verture-"Ital:an in Algler'- ; dagio "Sonata Pathetique" ....... Adag Beethoven Chorus--:Tannhauser" Wagner Sand Selections-Iris" Mascagni PART II. Cornet Solo-"Alice Where Art Thou" ; Ascner Mr. Charles Kreuter. Lamento "Symphony Pathetique ( new) Tschaikowsky Fantasia-"ln Switzerland" . . . Hume Overture "Titus" M?rt "The Star-Spangled Banner. 'I HE LYRIC'S ORCHESTRA. mx Rehearsals to Date Have Hcen Most Satisfactory. The six rehearsals whicn the 3rchcs- tra has had for the Opera season, under the leadership of W.T.G lover have been most satisfactory. The introduction of Paul Egry the eminen: Hungarian violin soloist, win certainly prove to be a feature. Mr. Egry nas th repu tation of being one ot the bst mr-rs of the viDjin in the States and to givj tion of his exquisite skill, an inaova-i ticn will be introduced in opera bv j having him play solos beewf-on thM acts. On Tuesday night Schubert's "Serenade" will be rendered . When the opera patrons come to understand what they will miss. by going out be tween acts, there will be very iVw. i: any, that will leave the hous. Need less to say, plenty of ice waf-r will !- served. Honked to Leave. For San Francisco, per O. S. S. Aus tralia, Oct. 31. D. Mullen, J. Hardy, Ed. Felb, M. de Roco, Oscar NorfWt. Miss 13. Foltz, Mis.s M. .Marshall. H. G. Ionsdale, Mrs. Lonsdale. J. Willi ams, E. M. Bell, Miss Sheridan. Mrs. W. H. H. Hamilton. W. H. Lowden. A. Friedenthal. Miss Coleman. Miss Chan dler. Miss McPherson. W. B. McLean. E A. Fraser, R.D. Emery. J. J. Rol- gers, Mrs. M. Kennedy, Miss Lowden. Frank Curtis. F. L. Hoogs, Clay Cle ment. J. E. Craw. Mrs. Ciay Cleoient. Miss E. Thompson. R. H. Pratt and wife, Mr. Eastwood and wife. Miss .1. A. Shearn, Mrs. L. P. ...en tyre. .1. K Alexander, . Spotswood and R. B. Hogare. i J i! I OV. ':. ,dJ;. ""-? " . 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Ap ply at cottage opposite Orpheum l ne ater. Fort street, between 9 and 12 a. m. 5363 REMOVAL NOTICE. DR. M. E. GROSSMAN HAS RE- moved his office to Alakea street, three doors above Masonic Temple. JUST RECBIVED: A KAIKiK INVOICE OK Yairciatoya Shirts, PAJAMAS (in Silk, Weol and Cotton.) GRASS CLOTH, CEKTBE PIECES, DOYLIES, SILK G(0D?, Lie. STILISH COL? SHIP.TS. Also Hav hz laitst In AND Opera Capes lOOO I Hotol Street r ca ond Doalo .Robinson Block. Goods and Triraraincs. . All tf.r-... ptwl art. ilif.Tt (fi.:u Vu Y'-x"; aiil li; lan art C'-riUilly itivitI t -t th ivu Hnr. o MS Mo Eo CCfllllleaim ARLINQTON BLOCK. HOTEL STREET.