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1! LOCAL BREVITIES. LOCAL BREVITIES. New Bill at Orpheura Tonight. j All Saints Day services wen held at Anti-Grippe Tablets for grippe or St. Andrew's Cathedral yesterday. cold. Hobron Drug Co. i T. A. Lloyd. Jr.. formerly of th 'Hooks on fancy work in crepe and Hawaiian Electric Company, has been tissue paper at Mrs. Hanna's - appointed fourth clerk of tn Circuit Henry Waterhouse and wife will ;e-!Court vh" A- p- Taylor. resign!. turn to the Islands December 1. ! 1 ne -xlona "d Honko; Mam an- ma..' Mrf w 1 J 1 The movement makes a a.ch; ' 5 ' " "'V""" U V C,vean bearings raa,c a rfoa U- rf ""IP 4&Wj ' " '-race up ftom this port, ti'tfi c X ...... v.. ML 111 Kail, lllllliri V. , . . . . f . fc. ning to a number oi his gentleman One ,la w, Uucao r antly Aitor- f h .v JJA frion(;k ey Jon. thf Hawaiian Con.su! tlim-. J'TH . , was fiivir. iufoi i.i Uiuii to ;. alb r who I -V.VVfWV Work on the new pumping plant at aboul lo ,,m f L MV?7lX Palama will he nished forward by Mm- min, tfl tho u,,,, -Ul;r A The Bunjcn Sho ii Am.. xt rr r. ister Young. ,.." i !Tui I rrT t . . , , ... 1 I .... W.4ftl. W WW ' AJ ' fc M "I"-" 'ua,,la,la " i tne nUOllt atlOIl Of th . m-u,- WniltiL-n I : : - - K T i ' i presented this evening by the lioston Lyric Company. Now is the time to have your roofs attended to, by the Peerless Preserving I'aint Company. Second-hand vehicles of all descrip- Journal wont forward bv th last Aus tralia. The first issue will probably b. in the first week of thr nv y-ar. (1. Somna has removMl his barber shop from th Orpheum block to ono door hop from th' Orphoum block to ono I :Lr .T" ' oor below thf Myrtle Cisar Sfor.-. J ;irr,f,?.t 'oit street. Hi will be pb.;s- d to i$Vlit$iU"lt' frf leet his friends and patrons at his new T'j tions are wanted in exchange for cash. J I Address P. O. box 73. city. The annual meeting of E. O. Hall fc Son, Ltd., will be held today at 2 p. in. at the office of the company. The Home Pakery Cafe is prepared to take care of all parties after the opera. Civil service rules supreme. Cards are out for a reception a: the Japanese Consulate on the 3d insi... in honor of the birthday of the Emveror. W. C. Gregg has received from the Kihei company an order for a set of steam plows to be made in the United States. - Tbe Central Union Choral Society holds its regular weekly meeting this evening at 7: CO at Central Union Church. A select concert program was ren dered by the Government band at the Executive building grounds yesterday afternoon. Miss Elsie Waterhouse entertained a number of friends last evening by giv ing a dancing party at her home in Xiiuanu valley. A nice residence in Kalihi. contain ing an acre of ground, is offered for sale by William Savidge, the broker. See advertisement. A Sterling bicycle. "Oft model, almost new, is offered for sale at a reasonable figure. Wheel can be seen at the Pa cific Cycle Store, Fort street. Prowlers believed "to have been sreak thieves or burglars were fright ened away from a cottage on Vineyard street, near School, Tuesday night. Friday next, the 3d inst., being the anniversary of tne birth of His Majes ty the Emperor of Japan, the Yoko hama Specie Bank will close its doors. Fred. L. Waldron of Theo. H. Davies & Co. is receiving the congratulations of his many friends on the birth of a sen, which occurred yesterday morn ing. A light wine and beer license was yesterday granted to E. C. Huston at Pearl City in place of the recently ex pired license in the name of J. W. Chapman. Whitney & Marsh, Lid., are offering seme genuine bargains this week in men's furnishings. See their window display for an idea of up-to-date goods and prices. About a dozen members of the Ha waiian company of the Omaha Midway village will start on the road in a few days and play vaudeville houses sev eral months. There was a special practice of the Amateur Orchestra last eveniug.for the concert to be given on Monday next. T.adpr Wrav Tavlor wielded the baton for twenty musicians. 1 "The monthly meeting of the Board of Supervisors of the Free Kindergar ten Association will be held Friday morning, November C, at 0:30 o'clock, in Queen Emma hall. Gear, Lansing & Co. otter for sale, or will exchange for lots in Punahou. a desirable house of five rooms and bath situated on Waikiki road near the . residence of George Manson. ' At the Cabinet session yesterday afternoon President Dole stated that a conference with bankers and mer chants would probably be held in a day or so on the subject of the surplus money in the treasury. The many friends of Mr. A. M. Hew ett, freight clerk and stevedore, will be glad to learn that he is again on deck with an office at the old Van Dome premises. Fort street, niauka of the Consolidated Soda Works. Walter Giffard -Smith, who is to be editor of this paper, left San Francisco for the Islands yesterday, being a pas senger "on the Hongkong Mam. The family of Mr. Smith sailed on Sunday last on the bark Albert, with Captain Griffith. At a meeting of the trustees of Oahu College yesterday u was announced that deeds to the corporation from Iady Hamond-Graem for the Miller street four acres for the new Punahou Preparatory School had been "signed, sealed and delivered" A number of ladies who visited the opera on Tuesday night are complain in of ruined gloves. Tire ink on the Theo H. Davies Sl Co t.. . to 1 a line : PAIN t ? If mwi . vfiiin or U UUiiu u . UUUUili s r 0" . . it" -i i ; .t. i A Unc assortmt n: . . w. I t . meet parlors : wS?l;v,; - ,,.. . 1 ' ' t '' . i i i A H - .- . i i SHOWING THIS WEEK Grippe Siyn of the H'tj Shop. i urt Slrct t. or Cole! Some Very Handsome SILK OPERA CAPES imported specially for the Coming Opera Season. ! 11 . t 1 1 t 1 . , line tne l i ia are exclusive the prices askud are reasonable. ! i t.n iiavr tif Iht. .ill nil h. ALL i;asi:s FOR A PEA DAYS! 2. i Cured in One Bay 1 1 ; ' . m:. i Til I p ?rv rr-v ( - m 0 H Our reiiHMly a imple :. -. hut (loos tht v.ork ri.ii:-. We conimcuil them to your Tins sihMiii rhan-'? t.i" w: i is the raiiMJ of that uiiiha.t.i! Cohl or tirippi: hut if ou notice. a. i m hi m n LIMITED. THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS. Anti-Grippe 4 3 f i .iilii r a l'U I y fall t 0 ft 1 ' ti V-r Rugs tl'liM II I 1 1 I t wi: urn:i: at S2.00 each. allcrt von. Ladies! Your Kind Attention Please, au the eh:ni-; in i hr weal In I J .i . ..i :n . I i i " I have removed my Hair Dressing 1 and Manicuring PARUORS to the premises recently occupietl by Dr. M. K. GromMn, Hotel St. n:i- Mrs. Ji'Scpiiinc Oilvin, ooo i I'KHl'AWKP I'.Y ill J u W' . ; . i : 1 i Ulliiil m wM' Tv t- r.i; iui !i. . 0 t o 0 0 0 0 0 0 O O , o Tin:!:r. ai:i: Mir many. s o tak:: vr:: i icakly.' J 0 0 at fosr riMi'i: to "Mtsi: hi t. o. o 0 0 o 0 0 0 Ni i htv.i. za Uu u. . . r.ri $ V !:nti::i: stui:; ir Siik Bolero Jackets AND Silk Lace Fronts . flLADIES' TAILOR SUITINGS ..iiii i iiiiii. .iti ii. . . . .f "Orders taken for Em broidery and Point Iace, and Lessons jnven at regular terms, t rnr. Kintr r.rd v.rt rs 0 0 JT ji t !a!i. T.s IikJi. 'Zjii I.o i :r.!tiii.. t iili. in 1.7T. J $ II!2i p3ifi. r., itM-li.... 1.7T , v A. he T.ARTIQUE I V ifroof noir VlnPViinl ! I am cow preprH'eu' to do all kinds of PLUMBING, TIN KING and GENERAL REASONABLE PRICES. WM. W. GRAHAM. FOR SALE CHEAP. i v ft u r-rt rrrn. : 0 0 o 6 j i i ll a.sui:tmi:nt ur- o R. &. G. P. D. L-oVAt. vm;fi:sTi:i: ti:.irrs ; V I A MIMEOGRAPHS. sterling incYCLi: in MODEL A MIMEOGRAPH ItnLLEUS. I (only used throe months) with all at- IV .i., o.i oo-oi-ni lo.lioc: tarhments: will sell on installments if IV orocranis was iv.v., - . . .. Jmiippssiims of the letters desired. Wheel can be sctm at the. Pa-V on their Rloves. If the gloves are eific Cycle Store. Tort strefit. Bhlow washed in benzine the ink will disap pear. Minister of Finance S. M. Damon ar rived in Rome on the 24th of October. Cables to that effect were received via "San Francisco by Bishop & Co. and lexander & Baldwin by the Gaelic. It is understood that Mi. Damon will re main in Rome pending instructions from Washington. B F. Dillingham, who leaves for SanFrancisco on the 10th. has engaged lege 1 for the opera during the four rformances to be given before that date Mr. Dillingham has no hesitan cy in declaring the Boston Lyric to be the best organization that has ever ap peared in Honolulu. "WILL RETURN. L,. B. Kerr expects to return soon with an immense stock of the latest styles in Dress Goods. Trimmings, etc. The store is undergoing an entire al teration to make room for the new goods. Watch for further announcements. building. r371 A MIMEUCUM'U '.! ';. MIMl.n(;i;jt'l! IXKS. New Xmas Goods! $ Anci btippiies 01 ah tunas. v Sf.ind T.pmnn.nrlo Sts Kleant Water I V Pitchers, Ivory Vases, Glass Flower ff o 1 FOl'T ST. Baskets, Lamps, Etc., Etc. v WING TAI LUNG'S, o31 Nuuanu Street, near Hotel Street. V V V 0 v V A Have. Received the Sole Agency oh t if u: CELEBRATED r i.. A ro o 0 O - w t - V w And h.iVi ii.iw in :irk all :h S..f in I'AI.!. STYLUS xn:. U.M!:s ..i IMLT HATS. o- REMOVAL NOTICE. Hairdressing and Manicuring Parlors Ni.V liii 1 I Sll ilMr iH.!i if Ml- .N2. SiSIl II. 2:i! if S:iti foS,r hu SKnVTbtl PAJAMAS (in Hlk. . ,'. otton., -JKASS CLOTH. !...,.!-... . "irn'l iu !; .-i .n,Uu .t,W A,k n-'y CEBTES PIECES, tC-YUES. SUK CrO- 5. i!C. HYLIS!; COLF SHIRTS. !""""'"- ""- '-" l''' G. SOMNA HAS REMOVED I IIS Barber Shop from the Orpheum block to one door below the Myrtie Cigar JUST RECEIVED: A LA1MU: INVOICK OK Yaraiatoya Shirts, REMOVAL NOTICE. DR. M. E. GROSSMAN HAS RE moved his ofilce to Alakea street, three doors above Masonic Temple. , J r p o r"t: r & r cJ Hotel Street '.Robinson Block. Miss IVL ARLINGTON BLOCK. 1 HOTEL STREET.