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The Pacific commercial advertiser. [volume] (Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands) 1885-1921, November 08, 1899, Image 11

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THK ::1K1: t:i.uIKU;i.I- AUVEKTISEK: liO.NOI.l'U . NoVKMIlKK
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Mrs. C. Sloggett and Mrs. John I.
HumburK have i-uirnl from Califor
nia.. Minister of Forr-ign Atfairs Smith,
who has been at Waialua since Friday
last, returns to .he city this morning.
It is believed that a dispatch relat
ing to the status of Hawaiian (lovern
ment lands arriv-ed by the Hongkong
Maru.
Captain John Gr)l. who lias b. en on
the Mainland for :-v-veral months. r- EivA
turned to Hoiw'ni:.! by the Hongkong l'Sfy w'f
last evening. ' fitfSfe
W. O. Smith. Cv. il Brown. F. M. l'1 ' ::T' (
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Raw &ugar, 4 bid; firm.
New Bill at Orpheum Tonight.
Hawaiian hats ?.t Mrs. Hanna's.
H. Renjes is back from the Coast.
Only one way to beat the repair shop
ride a Cleveland.
An experienced bookkeeper wants a
position; good retrences.
The Cookery School tea will be on
from 4 to f this afternoon.
The Chamber of Commerce meets
this morning at 10 o'clock.
The band will give a concert at
Thomas Square this evening.
Newly furnishe.l and unfurnished
rooms are for rent. See ad.
"Martha" is to be produced by the
opera company tomorrow evening
Mr. Gehr. of the Hawaii railway, did
not arrive by the Hongkong. I of the Hongkong .Maru for Hongkon
i.ncL- from a and Manila, to visit his son. an army
icit in fi-ionia ut Tfc;o Calif. officer, is finite ill aboard ship. I h
t. Tvrtfi wifo nro home traveler is a Jusii-e of the app.dla:
. , . . ihvuinn nf trip aP'V i Ok Ma W l-
Wm. (5. Irwin & Co. offer for sale l,reme Court
two Kiirnr mills in iirst-class condition.
Viggo Jacobson V. R. Farrington, Sisters Arrive
at the Bulletin ollice, wishes you to Fom. sisters of Charity arrived on
call- the Hongkong Maru from France.
Fred. W. Macfirlane has finished a Tlli15ti, t..!,. i ti... in:,,ie-!
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The Bun?on S
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HEYW06O.
Hatch, V. R. Castle and two or thr-
other attorneys wore in consultation ;
with the Executive yesterday on s -
tions of the act creating the Territory
of Hawaii
Justice John R. Vutnam. a passenger
f I r'J.5
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Tin Huni!i SIhm'' i. :$!;.
u-orlil that wisl tit tin f.i with ;i 1
!il:trpil joint.
rit-nt of roui fnr :!. it :!
tin i'lsvlirH'. Tl:N t !. it: .
sIiin- matli- mi tin' Ii:titi !uit.
Theo.H.Davies&Co
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Merchants anil Commission Agents,
rttrj : v ill i!u !nei,;t.it :hf It .
:o ?h?:? Cfwnv'ctc line of
PAINTS AND OILS.
(EiiliAL I'LiNTATIHN Sffl'UIX
J A fine assortment o( Kitchen Furnishings.
GRAY AGATE WARE a 5; t :..:iy
ill! : ft
Manufacturers' Mine Store.
Sign of the Big Shoe. Fort Street,
Lill u
Mli.--i-.mrp trin to tne
iju.jitv.j'j i ' - - - . . , . . . . i i : . . .
(jr tne nartv. uii ner an ri.-i-ir
tuasi. i
When dining on-? likes everything Elizabeth Del, Louise Margaret ami Al
that is good served neatly. Home Bak- I jjano Labreno. They will tit vote their
v,tiic x lives to teacning in tne convent on i tu
Mrs. Otto Schmidt was amongst the Fort street. VV f
arrivals from the Coast by the steamer Among the other passengers on th.'l Ja?'1'
last evening. steamer is Commander r. 1. ttilniore.
An elegant upright piano is offered United States Navy, who will take com-
for sale cheap. Address "A. J., Ad- niand of one of the gunboats raised
vertiser office. Manila: about twenty wives of Ai:n
limes Ij Flood has purchased at officers and a number of missionaries
can wram:ispo tu-? IJaldwiix Hotel site
and win ounu.
Mr. Pierre Jone:i, Room 300, Judd
K,.';iiinr f.tYprs for sale a house and
lot at Punahou.
Desirable furnished rooms can be
had on application at 523 Beretania,
near Punchbowl street.
t,vt fATicfi nosts nothing is better to
preserve them from rot or decay than
Peerless Preserving rami.
On Friday, November 10, at 10
o'clock, Jas. F. Morgan will hold an
auction sale of tailor gooas
Wray Taylor reports that willing
workers for the Lepers' Merry Xmas
are reporting from all sides.
Tho .Tananese Intelligence Office, 327
King street, can mrnish interpreters
and translators at bnort notice
Mrs. M. S. Pereira, who went to
Paris with Mother Judith, returned yes
terday on the Hongkong Maru.
a riAnriid nr)s:ram has been pre
oared for the Honolulu Cricket Club
smoker at the waveney tiuu on m
dav night.
Lnvors of mire olive oil will be well
it from us. Italian
and Portuguese olive oil just received
Hobron Drug Co..
tv,. Hawaiian Trust & Investment
Company, Limited, 409 Fort street, of
fers for sale a line building site near
in,f.ockho.ae oscliisivo the price, asked are ..... , ,
of the Inter-Island Steam Navigation reaSOimOie.
c2,w XTW- - We commend them to your
V l JO, " - 1 I
Mrs. S. E. Adams, a customs inspect- notice.
or from San Francisco, arrived on tne
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MARSH
We are
SHOlfflG-THE WEEK
Do you us.- It J.:r salad? If ?.
we ar th- tr. s :..t ;an pivo yo-i iIm
genuine article No dressing 1 '
ph te without OI.!VS OIL. nr.l Imm r H
is as bad a non-1 : ! 11. but whn yon
ASK FOR
Italian Olive Oil
Some Very Handsome
SILK OPERA
CAPES
imported specially for the
Coming Opera Season.
While the STYLES are
1 that you art call-
made from m"
-.are
Yon ran r-st a.--
inv: ur ui in.;;
lected olivt-.
This is a new ..htpMent thai atrinl
a short ilm aca rn.l & now ready to
be sold in gallon, half-gallon and ipur-
ter-gallon tin or n any quantity to
suit.
For family n-: f r salad i'.re.-iim
the
Italian Olive Oil
LIMITED.
Invitr yu i ;miiiir :i f'
Lcsitit iful
Waist
Patterns
A i-t ;iiif- in MIM-tion of
SPECIIAL SALE
COMMENCING
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6TH,
ALL-WOOL
DRESS GOODS '
Dress
erials
Hongkong Maru from the Coast yester-
dav for a brief visit to tne ibwuus.
Tmo T, fKimol McCandless is mak
ingV a trip to Moloicai and Maui in the
ir.t0rft nf the weli-boring firm. A new
well is to be sunn at liana plantation, j
Tjr,i,iin Rnnnshots (32 views) for j
30 cents, mailed anywhere in Postal
Union, published by Jno. M. Davis,
telephone 68S. Aduress P. O. box o-0,
city.
Jas F. Morgan will hold an auction
sale of household furniture on Thurs
day, November 9, at 10 o'clock. See
list of articles in his advertisement on
oace 10.
Rev. Dr. Sauton, the noted French
student of leprosy, who has been men
tioned several times lately in this pa
per, arrived by the Hongkong and will
soon visit Moiokai.
There will be no rehearsal of the
. r,-M-ioctrn this eveninc The
,-VUiaicui vi f"" - ,
next rehearsal will be Wednesday eve
ning, November 15, at 8 o'clock, when
all members must be present.
Walter G. Smith, who is to assume
the editorship of litis paper upon the
retirement of W. N. Armstrong, ar
rived by the Hongkong and was cor
dially greeted by old friends.
One of the old buildings at the Cath
olic Mission is having a story added,
which, upon completion, will be .the
headquarters of a Catholic Young
Men's Recreation and Gymnastic Club.
The Hongkong Maru. from San
Francisco, is at Pacific Mail wharf,
,ri .arrived hue yesterday after
noon with a small cargo and a big list
of passengers, one ?au
Orient at 5 p. m. today.
Mr Wm. Woon of the Hollister Drug .
Company returned yesterday auer au
extended visit to the United States,
where he went in search of health and
incidentally in the interest of his firm.
He has returned completely restored.
The Washington Light Company,
luiiidinfr. Alakea street,
are agents for the Underwriters
Fire Extinguishor. a new invention
now in use in twenty-six fire depart
ments of the leading cities in United
States and officially endorsed by twenty-five
boards of underwriters and ap
proved by the Honolulu Board.
The steamer Moana will arrive to
day from San Francisco for Austra
lia. Both vessels are heavily laden
with freight, but they have been com
pelled to refuse freight for Honolulu.
Shippers are complaining of their in
ability to get shipping facilities equal
to the great demand of the growing
trade with the Hawaiian Islands.
M
VK CAN ALSO Riv yon
Pure Olive Oil
Made in Purtuznl.
LIMITED.
THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS.
oco
ol!en 1 ly
Mrs. Josephine Colvin,
M.ilistiMT nf tin- Prr.
iK'lurtiiit!!!.
IN IAI:MM1 IIAM
i:v.!ii:tun:ui:ii srssvinusi;
i:Mr.!:imn:iu:i cukpon
ntKlMN lMNTY SIIAlli:
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Waists.
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in it !:nti!:i: stihi; cir iiAi.vT'k
'"AN1 STY!.1'!I WAISTS t;ili:Tl.Y
ui:nrn:ii.
$z r!-4c ! fl-'
j r roiuci i jz'-
it"K tl.TS. J rrlil ll-
I zz. tl rN! l'" I !
Blankets.
Titur.i: twsiis r ctirros p.i.an-
Kirrs to rix)5i: cut at
Ladles!
Your Kind Attention Please.
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I have removed my
Hair Dressing '
and Manicuring
PARLORS
tn the remises recently occui:etl6
1 - I A.
by Dr. M. E. Grossman, Hotel v
"Ordeis taken for Em- J
broidery and Point Lace, and $
Lessons given at regular terms. Y
uBimi
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75c Per Pair.
Gents' Ties.
a whom: visiovrri. 2" Tin:
l .AT 1 1ST STYI.l. Ni:V ASH SOU-
n v niic;ss at
75c Each.
Rufifs.
somi: moui: MoQi'irrTi:
urns x.rx to tin at
$2.00 Each.
J1ISS A. De LARTIGUE.
MIMEOGRAPH
S
I Have Received the Sole Agency
OF TUB
Hnnnlnhi Pricket : Club i
SMOKER CONCERT i EOaJU..
Waverley Club Hall.
Friday Evening, Nov, 10, 1899
Admission, one gentleman, $1.
Commence at 8 o'clock punctually.
MIMKOntlAl'll IXKS,
MIMKotil.'.H'll V.UtXISIIKS
And Supplies of All Kinds.
MWi
Pearson & Potter Co. Ltd.
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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 announce
ments. .
New Xmas Goods !
Handsome Vases, Glass Flower
Stands, Lemonade Sets, Elegant Water
Pitchers, Ivory Vases, Glass Flower
Baskets, Limps, Etc., Etc.
ooi fin Silk. Wi ol ai d Gotten.) GRASS CLOTH,
JU5T RECFJVfii):
Yamatoya Shirts,
ml havf uw in tok all tlif l;.tct in FA1.!
STYI.KS ash iI.MKS it l i'l.T HATS.
Hairdressing and
Manicuring Parlors
REMOVAL NOTICE.
CEBTEE PIECES, D0YL1FS. SILK CtODS, EIC. STYLISH CCLF SHIRTS.
uv mi! r :! M:iiTvii"!i f Mi- i.ni wmi. laio cf Sn
rr.mri.rn. rcilFFrKKS in tli lair-t I'.m-ian Suit- Ap
pnintir.em inal 1y TeU-plnun
nr? T PL GROSSMAN HAS RE-
mrxxraA hi office to Alakea street.! J
three doors above Masonic Temple.
Hotel Street
-t3 and Doalo
;Robln3on Block.
Miss M. E. Killeami
ARLINGTON BLOCK.
HOTEL STREET.
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