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LOCAL BREVITIES. LOCAL BREVITIES. TIIK 1'AUlFlt; COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: IIONOl.lTM . NOVKMHKK The S Theo.H.Davies&Co An ideal whiskey C. I). C. New Bill at Orpheum Tonight. Exquisite styles at Mrs. Hanna's. The Cookery school tea is the -v":i? of tomorrow afternoon. The Hoston Lyric Opera Company Peerless Preserving Paint will stop management announce a mou attract . . " .1 im vuiinrtniro t fir 'ills u.'PPk metal from corroding. Oil twice a yen ends your trouble if you ride a Cleveland. The sewer system contractors are ive repertoire for mis week. The S. S. Hongkong-Mam. wii'.i a heavy passenger list and some lo-al freight, is expected froai the coast thi ff. .f. V i ' doing rapid work on liethel and King evemn- streets. There was a bit ot a siflewaik col- 'J lision yesterday between a well-known ?p4tt3 ri 'ft 'The Government band will play from aUonu.y and an . publisher. Som- Rt&.M? 3 to .5 this afternoon at the Queens bo0(1 was spilIMlf ,,ut lhf.n. was no ' 'JA'W-' hospital The Home Bakerv Cafe will be rious damage. fhiirl;s Wilbird b:ul th misftirT U!ie .. . , I ready to serve ilieir guests alter tne lo i, one f hammers in th opera tonight. midst of his act at the Orpheum lat It is estimated that about 200 more night. The accident threw the music furnished rooms are needed in Hono- out for a moment or two. j lulu at once. The resignation of S. M. Dani.ra as Prof. J. W. Yarndley, who has been Minister of Finance was accepted by iuite ill for several davs, was consider- the Cabinet yesterday. The seh-rtiun ably better yesterday of a successor to the absentee is in Desirable furnished rooms can be for immediate action, had" on application at 253 Beretania. There was a lot of screaming as a near Punchbowl fAreet. result of the collision of tram cars on, .. .. v i i.- m the Beretania street line yesterday; ,m o ,,iai matins? tiinisrht. afternoon. The passengers were ou:ig, Work in the first degree. People returning from the basket bal. The Honolulu Cricket Club will hold ame- a smoker-concert at Waverly Club hall Hamilton Hill wdl conclude his en Friday evening, November 10. gagement at the Orpheum on Thurs ... i day evening, when he will sing his Routine business was transac ed a successes. "The Holy City last evening's meeting of the Pioneei . . ..Whnt Miht ilMVe Building and Loan Association. Been." Mr. Hill leaves for the Coast- Three unfurnished rooms, suitable on Friday. I for housekeeping, centrally located. In- .. . c Potter is directing the quire of J. K., Advertiser office. NJ publication, by the Hawaiian Gazette j Mr. F. C. Eaton has been appointed c0mpany, of 10,000 copies of the French an agent to grant marriage licenses ransiation of Dr. Maxwell's report to for the District of Hilo, Hawaii. tne Agricultural Department at Wash- H. F. Wichman, jeweler, Fort street, ington on Hawaii. The folder is for has a store full of holiday gifts with distribution at Paris prices ranging from 2o cents to ?.io. V ft m mdi in HEYW0OO. I. Tin ' lluxitoxi S !io" i ll.r : !;. w.rhl lhat uiJl lit tl f"t il Plriitv of rin for tin flsrwlirn'. This lirril ::i .i f virl: limit i;l Merchants and Commission Agents, Be,; to call the attention ot the un to their complete line of filli : ilftl : ild : ft PAINTS AND OILS. BAL PLANTATION mm. fine :i5Sortment of txitcht-n Furnishing. GRAY AGATE WARE ;;Mi!:y Manufacturers' Shoe Store. Sign of the Big Shoe. Tort Street, House furnishing goods depot, V. . owHfevftr Dimoncl & Co., King street; see adver- 31 gsjl Sa&&tQ tisement on page 10 for some of their gg ''MffiaWtifenel lvWa! Grippe or Cold If u hiivo either. .m11 on u. ALL CASKS Davis has removed 2J:Biiii prices. Attorney (leo. his office to Room 302, Judd Building, where he will be pleased to see his clients. The Woman's Guild of St. Clement will give a fair December 2nd. The location for the fair has not yet been selected. Ed. Towsc, after a service of two vears, has resigned fi-om the city edi torship of the Advertiser. He remains in Hawaii. General Hartwell, on arriving in Washington, had a pleasant and satis factory interview with Secretary of State Mr. Hay. When you want swell turnouts tele phone 1083, the New King Street Sta bles; rigs delivered and called for any hour day or night. Messrs. John M. Kea and John W. Short have been appointed notaries public lr the First Judicial Circuit of the Hawaiian Islands. Messrs. Bishop Pahia and Geo. Ka maka have been appointed agents to grant marriage licenses for the Dis trict of Koolaupoko, Oahu. Ed. N. Voeller frave a luau at his residence at Kalihi on Saturday eve ning in honor of the 6th birthday of his daughter, Miss Mary A. An unfurnished cottage and rooms are for rent on the beach at uia wai kiki, adjoining the residence of lion J. A. McCandless. Gee page 12. The captain or the agents wilt not be responsible for any debts contract ed by the officers or crew of the ship "Chas. E. Moody" wmie in poru ah nprsnns troins ashore on the Na Moku Manu, or Bird Islands, without the permission of the Kapiolani Estate, Limited, will -De ireaieu as u eijaci The regular monthly meeting of the Woman's Board of Missions will be held in Central Union Church on this Tuesday, the 7th inst., at 2:30 o'clock p. m. On Saturday, November 18, at 12 o'clock Jas. F. Morgan will sell at pub lic auction certain delinquent shares of tock in the Kihei Plantation Company. See list on page 0. sorrel horse belonging to Captain O. Bergstrom strayed from his prem ises at Kalihi. Suitable reward will be paid if said animal is returned to the Oahu Railway depot. On account of the "tea" of the Housekeepers' League Wednesday aft ernoon, there will be no meeting ot the woman's class in cooking until the following Wednesday. f members of the Thirty-first Infantry band were taken c,t0Qv jiftprnoon on the steps of the Executive building by Photographer rr vmit thirtv mpmbers were present. rri, ATor.Tiiinn mnanv. in the cir ..ia,. fnnt-ainins the many notices and nn Professor Blackman's u,r- "Tim ATnkinc of Hawaii." places the review contained in the Advertiser nt the head of the list. The Tope-ka people who had Miss Ar,i Rasft for Carnival uueen in this year, as a rebuke to France, or an( expression of their own opinions, gave, the post of honor to a beautiful young! Jewess, a stenograpner. The best, coolest boarding stable on Hawaiian Islands, where your horses . flm.f..toa twvitment: mosquito- proof box stalls, fancy livery, rigs de- r ji z DRVq5oacL. H Aircii ill The. pOQKS2tave:Qi-u WHiTMEY Iffl lim rri:i. We are SHOOTG THIS WEEK One Day. Invito you to ;nuim a ftw l)0;mtifnl Waist Patterns Some Very Handsome SILK OPERA CAPES mported specially for thcU t-Qf pp f - Our remedy is a simple one. hut locs the v.(uk as we rliiiin. The suiMn rhan?? of weatlifi is the cane of that. unileaant CoM or Mi-:pp..; lmt if you take AVhile the STALKS are exclusive the prices asked are reasonable. We commend them to your notice. All the chancres in the weather that can take place will ntit affect you. 0 0 0 0 0 0 t w tin SPECBAL SALE C0MNEKCINC MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6TH, ALL-WOOL DRESS GOODS IN liVI-MNCl SHAl)li s. n nnh( UUIO IMJKi'AICKD liY LIMITED. THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS. Ladies! ' Your Kind Attention Please. AitaiiM in M!M'liou f allli 9 0 0 Dress Materials i:umoio:m:i NrNsv;:n.iN:; i:Mitu:iim:iti:ii atr.ros ItKlllN IIAINTY SIIAIU i.r!iJliil. .... imiM'AiiKii Nt Nsvt:ii.iNt: ... ai.uatizoss i:i:nj i.ini: .. it. IcIUaCIS Mrs. Josephine Colvin, Waists. TV U i J ZUr Ur l' ! i.4'. IV StrJx.r-4 J v . Cr tlr i mcA "t Zlc, Maliai!iT of lh 1 Mi Making lVp.irtuMMit. UfUITHiV V HADQU 111) mm. aiHanoii, urn W o i rrn on; iintiui: stch-k or haistv AMI STVI.I.-51I WAIST.- iHtSIATI.Y ui:orfi:i. ?r -' rri!-4cc : Il.' ;; rlucfl i Il.ti j i r j, r c mi to .... Blankets. tiiu!:i: !:s or oitton iti.s- Kirrs to fijosi: oit at i I have removed my Hair Dressing and Manicuring PARLORS to the premises recently, occupied by Dr. M. E. Grossman, Hotel St. 75c Per Pair. Gents' Ties. a whom: winivii i. or tiii: i.tit styli. ns:w ami noi: iiy ii:sic:ns at 75c Each. o 0 I v 0 t o 0 0 s "Orders tiiken for Em broiilery and Point Laee, and Lessons given at regular terms. oo $ ficc 4 T ATTTfTin $ 'ft Hnte Hiiin PMiii IrA " ? nugs. yo) i: MIKIl.OTI. S' ! www S ui c;s i-i:kt TO :o AT fn So r y . , . i $2.00 Each. j MIMEOGRAPHS. I Have Received the Sole Agency or the CELEBRATED Honolulu : Cricket : Club SMOKER CONCERT ..AT.. Waverley Club Hall. MIMEOGHA ril HOLLERS. PrOOI DOS. Slitlio, i""--J , ' A liverea and called lor any J10; da; or Friday Evening, Nov. 10, IS99 nieht. New Kins Street Stables, tele- phone 1083. The United- States Quartermaster's Department, Progress Mock, toil street, calls for sealed proposals for r.ntchin siipIi nti:mtities of fuel 1111 " . , (cordwood) as may be required uj laci United States from time to time until; June 30, 1900. Hon. Alex. Young, Minister of the; lis for scaled tenders fori Admission, one gentleman, $1. Commence at S o'clock punctually. 4 o 0 U1ME0UHA I'll I'A I'EKS, MlMEOCHAl'll LXh'S, M1MEOOIL I ' VA HXISllES And Supplies of All Kinds. Pearson & Potter Co. Ltd. roirr t 0 tki.. oi;ri. C4N(Q)X iSi! InlATS And liaYf miv; in txk all tin l.idt in FALL sTYi.Ks xm siiauks ok ri:i;r hats. IMCW Allloo uuuua ,JUST RECH,VED: - r t Vocne ninsa FlOWtr l . t t t - IJ I V!l. Ill- iiiiuiuii w - i nauusuuiu v. - i i V I k ( t furnisnins io iue iuau ouiici ioui Stands, Leraonaue oeis, Honolulu supplies m quantities as re- pitcners, Ivory Vases, Glass Flower U a Till- 1 - - -!.-.-. Trf r. I Yamatoya Shirts, quired from time to time for tin Bu-; Baskets, Lamps, Etc., Etc, reau of Itoads ana i.riuges, uonuuuu. wiKfl TI LUNG'S. I .. j r rmcr rl rTll rturing the term of .ix months from I NumNS?rt Sflotel Street. 1 PAJAMAS (in Silk, Wiul :::-Cl Cotton.) GRASA CLOTH iNOVemuei iJ- f . rrnn Mnnpn TxAurP ClfV r.m Iff VT I ISM I. Ill v Nh N. LLRiriL iiLlLC, LUJiiLC, OlLA wviwt i.iv., . if.iwM vv.. - The "L'lllustiMtion," a Parisian' weekly, of October 7, contains a de- j scription of the recent outbreak of j Mauna Loa with three excellent half- j tone reproductions from photos by ( Prank Davev. rnougnoiu me arucie REMOVAL NOTICE. DR. M. E. GROSSMAN HAS RE- to Alakea street, Hairdressino: and" Manicuring Parlors Now uipUt iln -m.r iinii f.f Mi- i.nk Smith. Lite of San f lY.m.'i-co. rOIFFr HKS in tin- btc-l r.!iiian Slylc- . pointincnN maU? 1y 'IVIi'iilmm Mr mvv is nersistently mentioned as mut:u , M. Frank Dewey. Such is fame. . three doors above aiasomc xeuiyi. , Jl Hotel Street AO A and Ooolo .Robinson Block. Miss M. E. Knlleami ARLINQTON BLOCK. HOTEL STREET.