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TIIK PAC IFIC roMMKK'MAL AIV KKTISKU: IUNn.ri.r. NOVKMHKK II. 1W.
It LOCAL BREVITIES. Hamilton Hill i?ft by tho Alameda last night. A harbor U'.sirts employment. advertisement. The Sailors Home trustees are meet at 11 this forenoon. Poco cameras have a reputation quality and results made it See to LOCAL BREVITIES. New bill at the Orpheum tonight. Thirty-three Chinese for camblinc wre marched to th poli - station last night. Alex. St. M. Mackintosh will proba bly b confined to tli hous for at l'-a.-t a week on account of his r'.-ent injury. James Wright, ajied r,0, ilif-il sudtUn- ly yesterday of heart failure, an 1 his Hooks on fancy work in crepe and remains wer interred in Makiki Om tissue paper at Mrs. Hanna's. etery. A billiard table it offered for sale P. Larkin. an ailing i. A. It. v cheap at the iieaver Lunchroom. A football match on Makiki baseball grounds will be played this afternoon A first-class plumber is wanted by .1 TT Hardware Compa iv. b it yrst-rdny for Alter "Olivette" tonight, The Home thP States 1v th,. i,,, Maru to s.,.n.i Bakery for supper. Also for Sunday th,; winler fJn lh.. Coast, dinner. i ) '.V': r-::. ill- ft tr- 'J ) The Bunion Si Mt;t j;v HEYWS0O. who has been in the Islands many RV''.A montns, leu lor iue states iiy tn -.a- IwllJf.K'- A r .Mrs. .-. wiinou iiim inm. u aim 1 wsrr-'c. , V lauanter or Air. nnoii or me racinc is.,v,viif r,.'n Jos. Marsden, who is now in San : ...,, Yn,.,, ,mHPV,k Francisco, wili be back in the Islands hhM) Ol U HtlhM for the holidays. One of our "Hawaiian Souvenir Art Saraoan papers at hand are extremely Calendars" for U'V. The most hand dull, having no accounts of revolutions some calendar yet produced, contain er head-hunting. ing thirteen cards of choir.- vb-ws Ha ni,,,, cn,.itiaa nf vrmnsr nennle waiian scenery; price $i. WAIJ.. will meet at :2U tomorrow evening at Mtnm iw.. n .j Kaumakapili Church The Hi:iiin Shot i t tIjk tin wnrli ilmt will lit ilte fMit with ;i i.timn:. v nlarp'tl juint. Plenty of room fr iiilarp-l joint. !!. tinjr clsewlien. Thi doi-rilM . in a f-w wirU. hIio. mali on tho Uunioii Iii. Theo.H.Davies&Co UMtTIIt Merchants and Commission Agents, He to call the uren:; r, nj :h? tint? to their complete Inn- o: WW : ilttf! : SilB 18: PAINTS AND Liti. PLANTATION OILS. 01 M LI 1 1 "Pirates of Penzance" is to be given TXU at the Opera House this afternoon and 4 v.V 24 stS aS -Olivette" this evening. j ? gS A young man is wanted as stenogra- , 4? pher and typewriter, also to do omce ( vs- , -rn Manufacturers' Slice Store. O (111 ATIfTXTft rjlTTTO WWV MU V iJ J.M'-l v - work. See advertisement. If vou want a tight roof without put ting on a new one all on the Peerless j Preserving Paint. Company. Four fast pacers, single or double, ' ' with or without blinds, and gentle, for AJ 3 sale. Honolulu S'ock-Yams Co., Ltd. ! Tuesday, Novera'nor 28, being a na-N, tional holiday, all Government offices X H 1 J Vf lliT throughout the llepuolic will be closed ( on that day. i Members of Company A, N.ti.H., are requested to meet at their headquarters! CntTIP VPfV TTllKiQrttTIP tonight by order of Lieut. Commander) OUlliC CI J UttilUOUlllV W. A. Fetter. Messrs. Au Hoy and Chew King Sun of Hongkong, China, have been ad mitted as partners into the firm of Wing Wo Tai & .Co. A meeting of tho stockholders of the Ookala Sugar Company is to be held at 10 this morning ot the offices of the agency, Brewer & Co. W. J.- Coelho is organizing a Hawaii an specialty and musical company with a view to securing engagements abroad for the, troupe. Neither President Dole nor Minister Mott-Smith were at the Executive - I I 11 VI II T 2 X I mT ZTV I I S0$!tx 5 t A tine assortment of Kitchen Furntshtius. CRAY AGATE VARH It ! SfeffilSL f tho nin Shoo. Tort Street. I 3 Vw.. " J Ia to iiiIS O O SILK OPERA CAPES imported specially for the Coming Opera Season. IXj you It r. yc ur .aHl? If --. v.f r.rf th i.n-s tn.t van glv ' genuine artic. No drying Is com- WHITNEY & HARSH, I S2 -LIMITKI).- 4t . . . r.nr.t OI.SVK Oil., and ! r nit huilding yestenlay. Tnere was no While the STYLUS are exclusive the prices sisked are Yt:u ' is as vl a r.on- :.t all. hut w!irn yuu ASK I Oil Italian Olive Oil ll!itr oii tn xsiiuiiii' a ftvj lieautiftil Waist Q meeting of the Cabinet. Mrs. B. F. Mc-Call, late of the White T T 1 . . f .Via IntOCt House, iDuiJL r i uiitistu, una me iv--' styles in tailor, evening and calling i HOtlCe. gowns; 73 Beretania street. The Attorney General's department is all ready for the trial next week of the Moanalua Italian laborer charged with murder in the first degree. Shampooing and scalp treatment a specialty at Miss De Lartigue's hair dressing and manicuring parlors, next to Y. M. C. A., Hotel street. The Hawaiian Children's Mission So ciety meets this evening at Kawaiahao Seminary. The program memoes a number of musical selections. MacAuliffe and one or two other trainers are beginning on the work of preparing some horses for a prospect ive race meeting on January 1. There is something in a name after all. A- 17 to 1 bhot carried off the Great Caulfield cup in Melbourne, Aus tralia, but then his name was "Dewey." The Social Science Association will aieet for the first time this season at the residence of the late Dr. Chas. iI. Hyde at 7:30 o'clock Monday evening. The list of officers of H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., who will serve during the ensuing year is published in this is sue, per order of the secretary. Mr. F. Klamp. It was McCabe, Hamilton & Renny, local stevedores, who did the record breaking work in discharging coal for the United States Government from the ship Charles E. Moody. The sixth assessment of i0 per cent on the assessable stock of the Waia lua Agricultural Company, Limited, is due and payable at the office of Castle & Cooke, Ltd., on November 15. "Heart Disease" will be the subject of Rev. Wm. A. Gardner's sermon at the Christian Church tomorrow morn ing. In the evening lie will talk about "Infallible Evidence of Pardon." It comes from San Francisco that the Standard Oil Comnany has laid actions against several shipping concerns for nrrpntinjr freicht for these Islands and then failing to loid and dispatch the same. f The adjourned annual meeting of the fenard of trustees of the Honolulu ban trs Home Society will be held at 11 a m. todav in the Chamber ot Lorn merce room. A full attendance" is re quested. "Bob" Gardner, formerly of Lahaina. writes from Manila to his friend Sid. Turner and sends regards to all ac quaintances. "Bob" has the' Wigwam saloon at No. 40 Calle Real, Cavite. and is doing well. M. B. Curtis ("Sam'l Posen"), who went through here with Dante, the magician, and again witn a minstrel rganization for Australia, returned by the Alameda yesterday, having left the latter company in the Colonies. t Central Union Church Rev. Wil liam M. Kincaid will speak tomorrow morning on "Heart-ease," and in the .raninir li a will cive his second practi cal talk in the. series on "The Making f Manhood"; subject, "Purpose." The next session of the United cfc Hnnp-rps is coming on apace and Viggo Jacobsen is busy early and late upon documents for YY asningion. Operas and "such ike" have no charm for him just now. and even the cricket smoker last night failed to lure him from his "den" on Young street. Tourists should not leave Honolulu without one of those Hawaiian Sou venir Art Calendars for 1900. It is a work of art and contains thirty of the most important and picturesque views of Hawaiian scenery; also has a map on last page of the latest produc tion of all the islands, i nis is cei i.uu ly one of the most handsome souvenirs yet produced, and they are now on sale a TXTrll XTirl-irkls CO. Ing for oil th' reasonable. Wp comn.fiiid tlicm to your IoiU l ,':lvv: l n.s ;s a n. w . d that yon ar r ill rv.irc. mad" frm 1. 1, m M GUMS s. OUbllO U! LIMITED. THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS. Ladies! Your Kind Attention Please. h!;ur.?nl that aniwd a ihort tint- ;: rnd H r.ow rr.idy in be sold in gallon, half-gallwti and quar ter-gallon tins or :i any quantity to suit. For far.'.ily or-for salad dr--in the Italian Olive Oil Is tii l;'st to 1 h?.:l. 5 erns - o 0 0 Q SPEOAL SALE' COMilENCIKG MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6TH, ALL-WOOL DRESS GOODS IN l:i-MMi MIAI1I Dr ess AMtH!nr in M'TlMUl cif :tlt I 9 V 11 $ i:m!u:oiii:!;i:ii srNsvi:ii.is: i:umoiin:m:: i!:i:ii)N tm:iniN painty suahi: rsiiMi:ui: r.uiMwnr.t) NrNsvi:u.iN: ... ai.uati:ii.-s ltIIN-JAtINI ........ I have removed my Hair Dressing and Manicuring PARLORS to the premises recently occupied bv Dr. M. E. Groismnn, Hotel St. ick'k'k'k' Orders taken for Em broidery and Point Lace, and Lessons ffiven at regular terms. WM CAN ALSO r.Ivo you Pure Olive Oil Ma!? In Portucal. ooo Materials ollorcd I iy Mrs. Josephine Oilvim Man;ii: i f :hf Im Miikini: ! I !, 1 1 itn u i ov4 i (ft Waists. urit iintiui: stck-j; or iiainty ani tvi.i.-h waists c:ui:ti.y iit:inri:!. Z rr!'Jc lo fl.x rr!yvl in ILr" $2. 11.75, Jl if A k"I l IL 11.25. ll-' rrJ i'l t Blankets. TintKi: or oitton iu.an Kirri to iui5i: oirr AT lilflWlll il Gents' Ties. 75c Per Pair. a whom: wiNiKiwrri. or tiii: i.atkht stymie ni:v ano no. HY !li:5IRNS AT 75c Each. moui: MotifinTi: i:rs i.kit to c;o at $2.00 Each. MISS A. De LARTIGUE. Aloha Collection ? OF- HAWAIIAN SONGS. For Sale at tho Hawaiian Bazaar, MASONIC TEMFLE. Corner Hotel anil Alakea Street: 0 0 4 I J I Cor. Kin and Fort Sts ' RUgS. i . rffitm J w 'ZZ7 if it rfA .0&(Cnlfos7&&.& S. ! HONOLULI SNAP SHOTS 32 VIEWS FOR 50 CENTS Mailed Anywhere in Postal Union. Published by JNO. M. DAVIS. P. O. Box 320. Honolulu. Telephone OSS. MIMEOGRAPH I Have Received the Sole Agency mm a m m or tiiii t MniEOCUAVll HnUsKKS. Cooks. Waiters and Plantation Laborers Promptly Furnished at Short Notice. INTERPRETER AND TRANSLATOR. S ADACHI. P. O. Pox S49; Cmce with F. J. Ts ta, 327 Kins Street. 0 0 0 MlMKOCL'M'll PAl'MiS. M IMIlUCHA ' IXKS. 4 MIMEMMM'II l:SISIIES J pa!iess wflligesce ofPKB. U And Supplies of All Kinds. Pearson & Potter Co. Ltd. :ne roirr r. i 6 SID. & GEORGE" Successors to Van Dome. Cigars, Tobacco and Cold Drinks. Ill Fort St. near Cons'd Soda Works. REMOVAL NOTICE. 9 I JUST RECEIVED: A l.AIMJK INVOICE I1- Yamafcoya Shins, PAJAMAS (in Silk. V .v Cotton.) GRASS CLOTH. CERTF.E PIECES, tOTLl? ?, H1K C(0K, He. LTYLKK C0L.J f-lilSTS. I Ail MAT Ait! li.iv iMiw in liM-k U: I.t! in l.I.S STYI.KS am. U.!KS .i ! i:!.T HATS. Hairdressing and Manicuring Parlors ill' mTiin!i .f Ml- Ar,. S!TH. h? of San irn. rcili rrilKS in ilii- l;ttiM r.inii!u Slylr A- DR. M. E. GROSSMAN HAS RE moved his office to Alakea street, three doors above Masonic Temple. Hotel Street - - KODinson diock. Now Tram ARLINQTON BLOCK. HOTEL STREET.