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Till: PACIFIC COMMKKCIAL AUVKKTISKK: IloNoUU. XOVEMHKK, 13. W.O.
11 LOCAL BREVITIES. Orpheum tonight. The Home Rakry and Cafe. Ladies' rough tailors at Mrs. na's. Miss M. Chamberlain has returned from Maui. W MnrtfiM is in town ncnin after a Han- LOCAL BREVITIES. i Dr. Averdam anil J. T. Crawley, both well known in the Island fertilizer bus- iness, are back from Kauai. George N. Wilcox is over from Kauai for the special meeting of the Inter-i ; Island Steam Navigjtion Company. v ; J. H. Hattersby, in the store of th" Hawaiian Commercial Companv at , - business trip to Maui. Spreckelsville. is visiting Honolulu. j AV 7 Manila Freedom, Geo. H. Fuller's pa- Th? AngHl.an Chur(.h Svno,, oppns . r'V per, has a society ccumn. hi afternoon. Tllo uuhops addr-ss f&l:: ? Cleveland quality iiiuks mniua : wlM !je delivered at tins wnir.. . -rvi4vi.r i . l keeps them year after year. Hilo is alrea,lv f arful thal Ha-JpM;WA We can supply all wants of olive oil. wajj n(;W mf.at eomb'ne ni.iv advar:c. ': -' Lfl Italian or Portuguese. Hobron Drug I)rires lo the point of Honolulu prices." f'ifcf ) The S HEYWeOD. Special .sales and immense bargains at Whitney & Marsh's, Fort street, this week. Amongst the passengers from Hilo on Saturday was Mr. A. B. Loeben stein. A girl is wanted by a private family to take care of a baby. Inquire at Ad vertiser office. All work done by the Peerless Pre serving Paint Company is guaranteed for three years. Mrs. Saml. McK-ague is expected home by the S. X. Castle this week, due from San Francisco. Pacific Lodge, A. F. & A. M., will hold a regular meeting tonight; also work in the first degree. If you want your reception invita tions delivered call the American Mes senger Service, telphone 444. The second assessment of the assess able stock of the Olaa Sugar Company will be delinquent Friday, Novem ber 30. Thf rPLMibir meeting of the Catholic Benevolent Union will take place this PVPninL' at 7: SO o'clock at the Catholic Mission. i v. F.blprs & Co. have some very important, sales on hand this week 0.r olirfirti cjfim On t fill ibis nage for bargains. t Rnmnn will be pleased to see his old friends and patrons at his new shaving parlors, two doors past the.Or tiheum building. Tim nntinnl meeting of the Haleakala Ranch Company will be held at the of- rf rhns. Rrewer &. Co., wi., iuuaj at 9 o'clock a. m. Tenders for the construction of two cortinnc nf rorl from Pahala to the rnlled for by the V UlVilllU Jiuu " Interior Department. rnmiiptpnt sewing girls are wantec at the Whitney &. Marsh, Limited, .rmiv tn Mi S3 Colvin between JLUi v. n nnd 5:30 p. m. today. v The annual meeting of the Union j Feed Company, Limited, will be held at the company's office, Judd building, on Wednesday, November 15. An unusually good concert was given by the Governmsit band in Waikiki yesterday afternoon and there was a large crowd of listeners present. J. M. Dowsett offers for sale one set of seven centrifugals, one centrifugal engine, one mixer, one 2-roller mill and engine, and twelve iron dumpcars. The list of officers of the Ookala Su gar Company who will serve during the ensuing year is published in this issue per order of the .secretary, E. F. Bish op. There will he a meeting of the hold ers of' the assessable stock of the Ka malo Sugar Company this evening at 7:30 o'clock in Foster hall, Nuuanu street. If you have a friend in the States, mnii hpr a ronv of the "Aloha Collec tion rf Mnwaiinn Sones." For sale at the Hawaiian Bazaar, corner Hotel and Alakea streets. Tho "mnrmlisdit concerts" by the A, 11V v i-r m ' ' CD Government band ths week are: Wednesday evening at Makee Island, Kapiolani Park; Friday evening, Thomas Square. Attorney General Cooper calls for bids for furnishing the Oahu prison with supplies at such times and in such quantities as may be required during the term of one year. Gear. Lansing cSc Co. offer for sale, or will exchange for lots in Punahou, a I desirable house of five rooms and bath situated on Waikiki road, near the res idence of George Mauson. The annual meeting of the stock holders of the Kona Sugar Company, Limited, will be hd on Thursday, No vember 23, at 2 p m.. at the office of M. W. McChesney & Sons. The annual meeting of the stock holders of the Oahu Sugar Company will be held at the rooms of the Cham ber of Commerce- on Thursday, No vember 16, at 10 o'clock a. m. J. A. (Kimo) McComdless, of the well-boring firm, is back from a trip to Molokai and Maui. Some work is now being done at Haua, after which there will be further operations at Kihei. ATica Susnniip. R. Patch, teacher of v--- T voice and piano, has removed her res idpnee and studio lo Vineyard street, noo Rmmfl. first house in lane above Mr. P. Dodge's residence, now occupied by the Misses Kelloy. At noon today nt his salesrooms Jas v Mnrsran will sell at public auction by order of W. O. Smith, guardian of tho minor children of the late Geo. E. Richardson, several pieces of land sit uate on the Island of Maui. rr C. T. Rodsers is one of the per sons interested in the plan to have rmbiic school children hear the opera Dr. Rodgers is secretary of tho nnanl of Education and is familiar ...;Vi V wnrtin?? Jill d needs of the system. A clergyman, writing of his work to a Honolulu friend, says: 10 ouei hope to men to suggest the loftiest motives that the mind and heart can knowthis is a work that has a delight marred only by one's own faults and those of others." Jos. Little, who has been nearly two years with the Waterworks Depart ment, is now on the way to the Coast for his vacation, winch is to include so much of business as the trip back in the capacity of chief engineer of the Liliuokalani, the no.v Wilder steamer. An opportunity now presents itself to learn from a competent teacher of the piano, graduate of the Leipsic Uni versity, for the small tuition fee of $a per month. Satisfaction guaranteed. Pupils taught to play in six months. Applicants please address "Musician, Advertiser office. D. McCorriston di:d P. McLain. both plantation men. rp over from Molo kai on business with their Honolulu people. 1- Colonel Gilbert F. Little, the attor-j f.L'jV ney of Hilo, tried to stop a runaw ay, j MpV I L.? He was knocked down, run over and! V'v iJJ0' considerably bruised. j &Pfcix?-- It is reported at Hilo that William'. SrtSj Thi Ilin.ioli Slinr world t li.it will lit th f fularpMl joint. Plenty of room for i'iil.ir il jni:t. ting elsewhere. This oVm ril . in bboe maile on th Ilunion t! o !:!:;: 11 an w viri.- Campbell, at present in charge of Ha- nioa plantation, to ho appointed manager of the new Puna Estate. The meeting of the Healani Yacht and Uoat Club, advertised for tomor row evening, is postponed till Friday evening at the same place and hour. The first meeting of the season of the Social Science Association will be held at 7:30 o'clock this eveninir at the resi dence of the late Rev. Chas. M. Hyde, Beretania street. 11 the beach resorts were crowded with nleasure seel:ers vestfnl.iv nntl the first train out. 111 tlio niorninrr nvf-r - - - - - 1 the Uahu Itailwav had seven cars hllel j - v with people to spend the day in the country. The Hilo Ileraid is authoritv for the statement that Mr. A. 1J. Loebenstein may not go to Wasnington at all and that if he does journey there as repre sentative of the bi Island it will not be till well into Jauuary of next year Robert Wr. Shingle and Edwin Paris returned last eveaing from Waialua after spending the better portion of three days looking over the new plan tation. They report enthusiastically on the fine state of the place undei Manager Goodale. Theo. H. Davies & Co LIMITED Merchants and Commission Agents, Be to call the attention ot to their complete line of ff: V. Hie rnnlnnr OnHHInnr Ffn. PAINTS AND OILS. mm. plantation mm. .:lne assortment of Kitchen Furnishings. GRAY AGATE WARE 3 i Manufacturers' Shoe Store. trcct. live co Sign of the dig Shoe. fort Street. 23 0 0 An excellent remedy for insomnia will be found in. the famous old Jesse Moore A A whiskey taken at bed time. fDo you v.?o it ,3n yuw saUnl? If . .t !,. vie are the ones i c;n i tenuine article. N- dr slng Is cm- kete without OLIVi: OIL. and porr oil is as lad as nnr.- :it an. mu v. urn ASK FOR Italian Olive Oil J Yon can :t a-.-u: : 1 that you arc ill kxjiiia Iiva for oil :h.i: I- r- - o. :-iad. fr.nu Fine Dress Trimmings, u We are SHOWING THIS WEEK Some Very Handsome SILK OPERA CAPES imported specially for the Coming Opera Season. lotted oliv--.' This a new hirn:- it that artUed a short time a so ;mm! ! now rr.idy tti be sold in gallon. !i.r.f-Kallcm and ;uar- ter-sallon tins or hi any quantity to suit. For family u-1: c: for ?alal d:r-l:;: the Pleated m r GhifTon Applique, Silk Gimp, 0 Kti:t V;i!t:c in Table Linens and Napkins lirertly i minuted. Sim win. low ilijilay. . F.ntitv Lot of Children's Dresses iit wreath umIiumnI iirirr !n riKe out. i;ivlil f Traveling -vRugs i5im 1 :t!tie at o 0 t o o 0 : for C Stork f mm Mark,.! frw cl.it Fancy 'i rimming Silk, I Ladies' Ties j Silk Dress Biaids, Fanc! Tiicki'jg, ; Fancy r ibbons, Italian Olive Oil C8 kmM Is th? bet to !.? h.vl. VK CAN ALSO t.iv you Pure Olive Oil Made In Portugal. ooc mm & marsh, Whi e " the S l Ltb are exclusive the prices asked are reasonable. We comuieinl them to your notice. 0 0 . 1U.HK'! MTV Ui. Ooi Lot to rIoo out at 75cts each. 200 DOZEN Ladies' Handkerchiefs Y!t:(taa-. lace icrdtr. (rry tl.iint v.) To yo at 2 for 25cts. iown fr a GENTS' ALL WOOL SOX, t;i.,l color.) 3 pairs for Ail Wool A Iir S!iiiiiictit of I-A OIKS' Fine Embroidered Swiss Handkerchiefs. Xmv :uil iiittv loiu-. 0 4for$i.i T.ikr your pirk faily. ; o 0 O 0 0 0 O s 0 0 0 0 I 0 o 0 0 t 0 o Golf Plaids.i (I a tot cmze.) $2i25 yard. ne of ill IKS 1 Hlka !ot nnI Kitnt;. A Ihtinty an l ;tylill I)ie. $1.25 yard. THE LE ADING fi. i soens 111! EM ISO. LIMITED. THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS. R KSSK AND II pus. i oo il 11 ilin I Cor. Kin? and Fort Sts. i Q OCOO A "ST7 tl SOLE AGENTS FOR ff Ji R0YAL WORCESTER CORSETS. t m .,1 ii 'rn i v- . a. m mm .m. .mm ,mm .mrn .mm .mm. ,Mmmmmmmm mmm rm mm mmm mmm mmt mmm- mmm mm mm mm -m .m ,m m .m .m .m. mmmm 0 Shampooing and Scalo Treatment S MIMEOGRAPHS. I Have Received the Sole Agency A SPECIALTY. MISS A. De LARTIGUE. - MIMEOGftA P1I JtOLLEItS. mimeoghavii iai ENGAGEMENT MADE HY TEI. 343. Hotel Street, next to Y. M. C. A. OO 3 HONOLULI T SNAP SHOTS 32 VIEWS FOR 50 CENTS Mailed Anywhere in Postal Union. Published by JXO. M. DAVIS. P.'O. Box 320. Honolulu. Telephone CSS. " miss susanke r. patch. TEACHER OF VOICE AND PIANO. Has removed her residence and studio to Vineyard street, ner Emma, ftr.st house in lane above Mr. P. Dodse's res idence, now occupied by tht Miss Kelley. Refers by permission to her patrons in this city. .5Ss And Supplies of All Kinds. Pearson & Potter Co. Ltd. :nj Toirr sr. zgttiil. rii;r, 5 :RNOX Ati'l .xr t:ov STYLKS ami in tok all ll.!i:S or latot in FALL n:i;r hats. JUST RECEIVED: A LAI!(i.lv INVOICK Yanmatoya Shirts," PAJAMAS (in Silk, Wool Cotton.) GRASS CLOTH CESTRE PIECES, C0T11L?, SUE GCOttf, Etc.. SHUSH 5GL? S!!!!.TS. Japanooo Import Hotel Street Hairdressing and Manicuring Parlors Now linger ilu? tiMn Auu of !i A;m Sith. IhU of an t Fr.it h i-t'i. i OIFFFIJKS in tin ktir! F.iriian Styh- Aj oointnuMit ma! ly Teli!icme -". rt and Doolo Robinson Block. Mnss M. E. KnMeami ARLINQTON BLOCK. HOTEL STREET.