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. ,.. .h.. ft ii tl- run King street. TI1E ,,W I'" ' . .h. r ' " .....ha tl..ii r.-.m. lOCIL BREVITIES. ,.,, t ",r,',, f,,r .!' a.ilil.. I) ? 111 IH a l , ,nat awfulY.?'?. th-, tuV7ro. o . Jrank log officer In command of th! ..Sf"'v station is Lleutenan. r" ir h PACIFIC! rniirrnn. . . . . ' txiAii ADVERTISER: ilUJNULULU, NOVEMBER 15. LOCAL BREVITIES. 1900. Th director of the Hawaiian Plant r' Association. Mr. Illuln n, M- office m th. Makla, nur,"ry flu Merry given up, t'ntll Captain returns from r. it in (hi . w i; '..IIUi. 15 fiiiv it rt on ,,'rni.iny. l Mill h'.l.l ylf ' ' .. II . . fait III - I"l 1 ' .. I '..llll'llll V i'V'1'1""' , , f ,.r H nvilUn sou- 1.-;rf;:V,lv. h-''.-i.y- At ii. a k, , ,..-r supplied. , , , .i i. . f f r. .in. At 1 .... i iuM l' several U.irt's d-llght. , . It ,, i "I ' ' .,. M.rinf nr l.in look rpm th I'.i twin Com- ,, .ml f"'")i r " " 4 "', k ft 4 "" I Aluk.rt street. ,h,m f-r f ft .... , f Mi -J All"n- " v k. n.' rfiiiK. ll'wIUr " ll h'-l'l H annual .( tliH V .iinliii Agrlrul " . i ii h i ii' t trana- Novimlwr . W . u a I it la. .1.. I'ftrr ,iilRnmi-'t .Mr HI "H' . I1"1" Pond. Rainy Weather Shoes the j ,.vr li lr k. II U-it of Plt.r l-'fiN'Tir wlrd Honnlaa ,,r V rtninum 11 Vtr ln ,,,,r '..iMii-n. .. tin h' ""m hn,,w' ...vrpum In intd l' work ,,-f -l.'r nil on iua ,-1, i.'inr. ,, h. in. I 'fii n w-nthr, Ih ; n ii.il Y.i' ht 'lut wr j. i in p""' i'ii th lr nitlnt ! nl.fliiilH'y. ,, r itit.iM.-n r..mpany kiv L. I . I te.111 K.a ,, 'P-T t H H f'l'-l I. . Ill ' r friim .N.ivfniDt-r Ii s.f 11, lii.'h In IhkIv. v r unM lnrt. Invii' of f. r Aml A '.. Ih . I ... Ill mI Tiin itlt'ti iii""i. in j.1 in f"W day. nl.nt huv rK'Tt!! to . it niiin of mlHlntf ir f in !) fur th purtyg i-w r !! Mkt a ruxhlnit bunl . ( l'ni a iimnth bfor i Im lii tn lav Kona i4 II.' h-i not tntifiivd an 4 it (rln U h"d and d : k rm kr ppnnlid Ptrnyid i-ni-o if '. J. Fulk. In r i' A liltiTsii rward N ( r. run of Hum ! th ' f'l h r-ri'iviil ut th ofTV k ,i rn-r i-'tiTKl fur niit'ul vlntl ,-n with piitiih!, blank I f "it y'ir, b' Klnnln I)- r n I hi l l I'huHon with a. aIko, a rmlth Pr- ,H'"r r' off-red f"r al di. k rlii4niit.nl ada f ir 41 ' I 'I V M lllnn Wit?) hl Wlf t K .n.i. i ni'UIn H.iKiund. "ni..n.i.it i.f ih lntrl T,"iy. hu r"tuini to hi du ' 'Vr r. i,..;r on Fort ''Uv. M4 Stll.t 1.0V vry ir.itlllv to a larg i ,ii nilit 'i at hT " W'-n I a ).. hi) brand i'i. "ir, t,r..aHy f,,r th ' 4 i MiiU,ny, t t i r urvm ukM f..r 2 T I,,,, ' '-ruing ihM hr d-oiirt 1 I m !" nllinj nrt'l puttlUK 1 T ll."l .'lulra' null i "t. -M, - ry n"uo. Hum and a 1 : III l. mild by n i.n th.. j.r.ml. ii il tho t,i,.ni Vlti ' 1 ' illlry 11 ' h"in" hnv hn . -"t'l Mii. vvmum litf Uim :it inntant 1 1 i .k t.. ntct Mr 1 W I.I.T. Llutnant Commander Will b th first HtfUmer to brln- V T ,huMa.n,a,H, th .V'uZ Honolulu will hortly b. ab to rvi in t. that la .. FJr r,V,nu na n.H ta h..un. nuch un may b anywhr In Japan, will K K'"'k..f,.",.A1, ""t"lal are o" th Pacific Jtall wharf. iTiht.,.,r.,.U"U""" on Punchbowl ar IHUhfd that th troubI!,ome plnrht in bordlo hav lNappard L mvs t,r....,,ly a, thy ramT Thly prove, ... anort par of t IhrV Vlalln.t I K a aa. . 1 A MlH Xfltaarr..... . . ' j-mrriay nwor a r.l a I m aw . r vr of a dumpo.irt. with heedle drlvln reardleM of th naTety f th v arr-sted and will n s:;!;:,r"ins ,n th i-.os ii V 'tUr Bt ,h" Inland Aaorlatlon this venlns: at 7 3 ATter L'rl!! Ihr ymn"ln" d-a mfetii. In ?LIUh,7 CU'"' tw Whlch anr woman will b welrom. -.mhTa-nW C".mp. nf Bon" nf Veterann '. ;-ranlid at Harmony Hall on nxt -Friday venln. Novemhr 1. by Pat Division Commander Frank C 'r.l7,.KA1)r f,on" ,,f v't"na having their fathra record r invited to b pr..nt: alao, all membra of th- O. A ik., tiki. i iik romraiu n.i .. . " " aw.. r. i i n in atiM-anoldera of rintart n.i. Publlhln Company, which nwni th Kepubltcan. met yenterdav an.l on-i.tl ered th aelectlon of a bualneaa num.. aer to aucceed Kd Twrn. resinned. It wan determined to otTer th position to a man. but aa ItsN accent a nr. wa. problematical, th nam was not Riven cut. Th first commercial ord-r ani k wlrelesa telegraph from Molokal to Kaimukl. (ahu. waa filled by E O Hall A Pons. Th ordr ram. r-om Ktprt Hobbn, who Is manipulating- th Molokal wlresa telegraph key, and was for fet of twmand one-half Inch rop. ft waa forwarded b -i.am. .... r tueiay aiiernoon. Mr. Wall, of the civil enalneerln d. j'unmeni. nas commended th very thoroiiah manner in which stniv Stephenson Is handling th work of numberln th houss. Nuuanu street from th waterfront to Hchool street. Alakea. Kmma and a portion of King trt haa bn numbered. Itv th. .n.i of th year th work will b practically I "IIIIM'IPU. Did n Ball Bad Milkf On th complaint of Food Commis sioner Shorey. Louis Ak, a Hawaiian Chines driver for th Enterprise Dairy was arrested yesterday for alleged dis tribution of adulterated milk. The com plaint sets forth that "Louis Ak. did on th 13tli day of November, offer for sal a certain adulterated artlrl of food, to wit: certain milk to which a certain cheaper substance, to wit: wa ter had been mixed contrary to law." Th cas will b brought before Judge Vllcnx this morning. We have Just the kind of Shoes for rainy weather In . HAVY SOLES -d Tan Every one should Box Calf Black Box Calf have a pair of heavy Shoes for nasty weather. $4.2- 11 77 T7 Angle v MMifliFAtTiiraC JUST RECEIVED another laree ihiDtnont nt r.o.o .. . In such a manner that the combustion is almost perfect, and for thta reaaon S light is magnlflcently brilliant, smokeless and odorless. The UmMSsXtiS safe. It being simply Impossible to explode. ine Angle Lamp accomplishes perfect Illumination. Tt 0' securing lieht Which fa eRlW Am.r.ri.,1 A va4in.r. .Jr. " "V-.V' ny, with no more heat, at a mem fraction nf tboi.. t . i . . homes, Btores. offices, factories, halls, libraries, hotels and churchea that la Id, xi trea y way. The public Is cordially Invited to call and Inspect these lamps. Also Agents for Alsen Cement. The Gl TT.-K. T lm.t ' -M. ""lW I W a . "ITT KMm UJ Theo. H. Oavies & So.. Ltd. CHUNKS OF n 4 hi V k. i ' ' Mi h.n ni Hinti hi I ..... . . r nni-riy sur " i'"''l"iit i hysic. . r. i "in i r,t i;m ' ! 1 1 1 1 I. n i'" 'H In liHi.p,,und ' I l' L in to suit th ' 'H.' Ml. mt 'tis t"ini.rr..w at ln SoDodl lycHiill an J THIS WEEK A SUPERB LINE OF Ladies Silk Waists -0-B-B- -H-B-B H-l H-H- The D I a Thafa Alcolia. Newest most useful traveling or pocket slove made. It makes a ve.-y rot neat. It Is perfectly salr. no leaking or spilling. Alco.ia Is econonmical and therefore cheap. It haa everything to recommend and no disadvan tages. This little Stove Is InUapnsa Mr In SICK ROOMS, NURSERY, TRAVELING, CAMPING, YACHTING. AFTERNOON TEAS, CHAFING DISHES. CURLING IRONS. 8ln: we spoke of Alcolia last .week the little stoves have been selling lile hot cakes. You II want one sometime. Coma In and see them used and all that we have said of them will tx TerllW. AND sctr a veon 9 TWO SIZEfl. HB Jt'IxlK WOCLD HAVE STAYhD. Ilefor a Unit I,ake Jijtri of th peace a young man was trld on a char of gambling. Th evtdr n-e wss conrluslve nd a tin was Imposed and paid. The court then sdjourned, but the defendant topped behind. II said to th Judge: "I want to tell you how this happened. The op told us If w ill.ln't sf r playing he'd run us In. Well, w wer flaying a Jack pof. I had an are, three queens and a king before th draw. I dincar.lcd th ace and king and drew another n"en. There were good hands out against me, and they tried to bluff me out. and I stayed with them. Now. what I want to know Is what you would have done In a case like that?" Ptayed with them If the gallows had he-n In sight." cried the excited Judge. "Why. In th nam of common sense, was not that evidence brought out at th trial?" flan Francisco 1Viv, ga 1 1 - 25 and 40cts. HobronDriij Co. SOLE AGENTS, Fort and King. Silk, Petticoats B I B B ELASTIC SEAFi DRAWERS These gaments embody the latest ideas; are correst ln style, perfect in finish, and appeal to ladies of refined taste. Pfe.it-, .50 d Waists, $10 to $20. Skirts, $10 to $18 EACH. See that ev 'Scrlven's." drawer is marked We claim that this drawer is far superior to anything in the market. VJHITNEY&MARSK ? Woolen Blankets LIMITED, AND Comforters i B I JUST IN TIME FOR THE COOL WEATHER. 519 Fort Street. Telephone 4-36. i I B ILUHIWO LIST LIMITED. JOBBERS and RETAILERS it -ii,, '. ",M J'idlrlary ll..n il.iv liwn. v ' 'I'llng si ihi. ..m.. t ... .4 1 '"'V mi, I ,yl, Niv Just opened up on hundred and ninety-si casos f NEW Dry Goods 't 'g all ex- '1 I'.l k a "' i J V, ,,v M,,,l" , n s.. ii,,,, , m,n - tt,. I '"r "'upancy ""va' r bi reach in '7 hfH "f 'ancy work '-J h "ec X..,.. ,"f Andrew-s fi , , .' '" m Sunday i l ... .p' A cor ""'.n'l.,1 t ' ''"hi. . i t . . .,.. ' ' n,"n Church 1 2 V ""t .,' , 'hurch this ..,''"' m"" rdlal n.it " : th-s '. l".t In th ' Hi. "I lo to all m hit n...i,, ' ' w" r r'm lr ,. -r ,., K'thutul ftall- '' Hi. .i,""1 "n Weilnes. t., ' ,"n' - "f Alexander 'a . !' I III. ail. I-. ' " ih. i... . "-"-r some ' ami trans may com l,v I H.'!:''""-it.,t "-"'ilH ir-C'-'Vr la non ,i-1h r T"'v h"va Man- . "I if. '. .. ""'ti' lK he.e nn ''"g t.uslness at "M'l ... a ..I., . ' I l"" heer on "I.I 1 ' " ' , N U,, . . "'fet near '''t'l "nils, "'Inn a. '.f . ' '"'rt nas an a , ....,.,,m Tk .i,,'llnl,1."'.", nnm assort- ' V'l.. I a. 'I ' "III a "'v.. rala All ... ' Mn """"rtment ' 't I HomTaw t 1 rh'-S m "J" ClUb .. , ' Mn' "thr Hk,. ii, V McCar. tJlsijls?jajr.aijaJr.jatjs. V M U u If tt JJ"e.tJeJaJlJ-JaJJ, PRICE OUR SELLING PRICE COMPRISING ITew Dress Goods Hew 8ilks Black Silk Taffetas (Guaranteed to War.) To make rom for new gooJa en route we are selling for a limited tin e only, the high-grade IMPERIAL BICYv'LE, which lists at J30, for IZ5, spjt'cash. We also sell oi liberal Installments. TUCK- PIL- NKW RinnoNfl and Laces. NEW EMUROIDERIEB and INOM. ItEDtf PREADfl, ULANKETS, ItKADT-MADi: 8HEKTH and UiW CASKS. . TAIlt.R DAMASKS and NATKINH. rCRTAlN MUHLIN9. CRKTONNLS. HOSIERY. GLOVES. NOTIONS. WE DEFY COMPETITION. WE INVITE COMPARISON. tf v ar M ar I n ar it tt Pearson & Potter Company, Limited. 312 Port Street. Telephone 565. M kl M M m M A X Vs. X X k X k X X X x. X k X k x Comforters We have them at all prices. Our cheapest Is $1.50. We also have seme filled with down at J6.50, and a few beautiful silk ones at 514.00 and $15.00. Pillows B I I B I B I B A good quality: 22x22. $1.25; IS xis. 75c; 14x14. 50c. Filled with silk floss: 22 x22, 75c; 18x18, 40c; 14x14, 25c. Come ard in spect them. They are really ?ood values. Blankets $4.00 buys a pair of nice woolen blankets, assorted color borders. We have them to suit all pocket books. $7.00 buys a very nice jioir, soft-finished. $12 and $14 buys a beauty, made in California. Pin Cushions Wo " have them In all sixes email and large. If you want to make one, we have them aa small as 4 x 4 inches. -B-B-B NOW IS YOUR CHANCE . V im Dl) 60003 w LIMITED. THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDER 'B.lichtig Haa ropnd M plac c,f business on King strt. opposite Kawalahao Church, between punchbowl and Ala pal streets. Territorial Stables building. Order taken Tr CRAYONS. EN LAROKMKNT OF PHOTOGRAPHS. PHOTO UUTTONS, etc. RILEY'S j Telephone 398 !Sr P. O. Box 441 us DURING THIS WET SPELL you can spare your wheel for a few days to hav It overhauled and enameled. Take It to Bailey's, where you can get a first-class Job at reasonable rates. ENAMELING GUARANTEED equal in appearance to factory wont, ana more uummr. We have a rery large stock of repair parts, and can replace anything In a bicycle ESPECIALLY TIRES. We are factory agenta for the Milwaukee Puncture Proof Tires, Morgan & Wright's Tires, etc. OAS LAMPS; reduced prices to clear: MAJESTIC $3.60 LAMPS. $2.50. M. & W. GAS, $3.60 LAMPS, $2.00. ' For $6.00 ASH FINISH, WHILE THEY LAST. We also have a fine assortment of COMBINATION BOOKCASES AND WRITING DESKS. SIDEBOARDS AND CHINA CLOSETS. Our stock of Sideboards wa are offering very cheap, for this have room for new HOLIDAY GOODS now on the 'way. Bailey's Honolulu Cyclery Co., Govne-Mehrteu Furniture Co.r LIMITED V LIMITED Givo Ho a Call. 227, 220 AND 231 KJN-e TUKKT. Corner Berett i F P&0C2ZC3 EXOCZL