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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL WANTS A DIVORCE. ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, NOVEMBER 16 1900. t " hii' ,it Murata's. on 1 1 bv i;-n-i receive! J. If awa aTel.. tt- . . - AlKtCt Couit To Separata Him. I-ovea dream h. rfn awn-i . not have arr.ed Mfw nf j. NWfc Kanaulu elKht y matri monial .,, the fcu.h.n,, now 1m,m hi- lf"' '" court, to brrnk the bonds .f . i . ..nUa as I in n a at-. I I . -i, r .v., ;: ; :r r:r C1' court " ' J --r. , " 1"-' w'r -rrled -..I l'' J Ml her- a h,ln4 4,nn he Hd- .'m1!, urn! all per .mud negotiating . IT fr' nil Ih.p. i. , . I ... " ....... ,,,, innu or Bui. I m . ..... l.il meru ... ... nPW Hying: tt-t -1,1 HTtt " iV"'"-" me of her m.rt(nt .".J..? ",.y"r,rl 4I11. U rk In If .'1 ' I., All I p . ....' Lit' I" Ill ill I .1 I. ... I t L la ' 7 : 11 I II. I H"1 ,tt l.evl A t'. . til. display In , i. 11 nI cm at Cum. H . M Mi'lllllK rggS Ml I riin. ty suck f . ..l ut Margin's :j ,r; ,.; -"'i1: r'? d, or 1 . . "., nnuKry with a man 11 Rainy Weather Shoes mc "We have Juat the kind of Shoes for rainy weather in HEAVY SOLES $4.22 Tan Box Calf Black Box Calf Every one should have a pair of heavy Shoes for nasty weather. $4.3 choir .;. A il J'" 1 1 ,,.1-11 " 'lllll'l l , w M'nl Mt t ,11 ill .-v 1.1 y.nt Kr;inrlaon, !,. r Jtuh. ,,f tmll'tlnn! on th t inM l'"n pt v. N"Vtnlf.r '.K ivivttinl.i nir"! I ,, ,,, ,.n 1 1 i" I "'" f r " " ' 1 l,wv'' 'f ri.it k hi lw.n ai'plntl ' f .Muni1 l plu' "f Mr.A k..M r,t' 11 I OUT DENNETT DISAPPEABED Waa Last Been on the Coptic Between Yokohama and Kobe. A.l vires were rccelvM by M.Mrs. H.u kffl.1 ft m. by the Doric to th ef fect that Mr. Otiy n. Dennett, who Hni. l for Yokohama lant month by th t'optlr. sallf.l by the same vessel from Yokohama on October 3nth f.,r Kobf. ami that upon the arrival of the Op tic the next d.iy at Kobe he was missing-. ne mi ust sen at about 10 o'clock the evening; before on the saloon deck. ffkiafil I il II i 1 ..,, (i.iif t-nl.iy it . ! Une. som time mti'ity if ' atufiir. slightly H III ( Sold mi th t M o'clock by ProRresn .ill promptly st will precede th" II. ij iii GtiiC;, fii r ,i. i 1 hi. ijiinn 'I " t .. niil 1 it n tn''". "n ll"t-l and Nuunnu r.,i i h'"" Ul sale In , :n m.il" r.."tn f.-r their new ... t I'1" u iulln fruit drink!!! MaU ifj cfnm sod served fresh i ut t li.''i",n. Smith A Co'e sxl nf rt aii.1 H"t"l streets. ( t'fr iM"r'T'M.m 111 SoimI iK-.tln -in, n." H.nl"i f the rlty; also, - r.. i.ff.-red for rent. For f,i-At. Jllll'" J'telner. i -n l i-r'Ufn'f vi;l be used on the 1 1.5 r ih" wvi'ini ny tne jan . hull. I. 'r. Ilxnshaw A Puck , tun hv 'vrnl contracts here. . t.r,, ,,iv nit Mrs. It. A. P. u b.'.'ti .I inrousIy III. Hhe , . ,-ir" uf protnlnent physicians. --7'lnni( Mi4ille Is l.na" done ,t Jnr Inn U shnwlna" a fine II Vrt hl.'fs-emliroldered, hm 1 m l tin Th.'e 'io.a were all iiht Mr j Til in tlurlnar his visit U"1. ; uf lh. In' lement weather t-nltiil the im lul given In the if ih 1 '.'ni nil t'nlon I'hurch l ti.'ni..i. and the evening '4lil!)f spent. ntru t fur No. 4 engine hue 4 -n sMiir lnd p.t f.ir, altr.oiigh a hiVM iif.'ti imtfi r.p'rte. and l Ttie l.ivp h, above the Vf ttt rllm.ite. IHirai'it. t.l l., announce to the ' tut they will huve their grand - lit the nv iioeton Mock neat ! vilng The public Is cor- . t Hi. t... to ntlml. irti.l inniirtl meeting; of the ' - 1 k Tsr'ls will be held at ' nn M inil.lV nat Illlalnxa ';f'.im sill he brought up. and vtl th.it sll stockholders will 1 ;fnt. 'h;...-r .. I.t,.. have Just re- n inv.., f linn' il. nd nil. nhl. n wss bottled by '' 'ti. I...n,.,n, This brand Is 4 1.1 " ir the world, and Is the en ' ir'n : "'i.i.ln. In e.iiitite patterns. iif... . r.'t. n. hu e curtains and h..iii...r . n,... Mre ..ffered at tms nd the romlng "'''l, I'.itrmltl fltore. tfew their "1 ' T.'teDrsph ..mpimy'g " i i' 1 hn. l tt) charity ines ' I ' rtih iii.ti 1,, liurnettt and Il w.m ani l i,t the time for "f 1 M tn .ml , ..,,,! pui.i Iju i.ir.r T f f.,mlnrf v,. arttill..! ' " II. I ",i a f.ie a. Il.'.n.a t.. LIMITED. JOBBERS and RETAILERS Have Just opened up one hundred and ninety-six cases ef NEW Dry Goods coxtrmsiNo Hew Dress Goods New Silks Black Silk Taffetas (Guaranteed to Wear.) it NF.W mnnONS and Laces. NEW KMUUOIDCUIE3 and TUCK- DflfUKADS. HLANKET9. UPVVDT.MADK SHEETS and TIL- W CAS Ef. TAIilV: DAMASKS and NAPKINS. CUItTAIN MUSLINS, CUETONNES, HOSlEItT, GLOVES, NOTIONS. WE DEFT COMPETITION. WE INVITE COMPARISON. . I Ml Of) Ml 60. LIMITED. THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDER 'llxtrli I on Ivaiiitt " 11 f"f 'i -I Ms application. He ' r.itfti... th.. office ;f i.'pi. "' k under painful t lr- 1 1 ink :. 1.1 ut l.aln.r imp. I i" 'r Miiturday evening. ' I n. ur the I'lub Hta- "I'il'll I I. .t rh ....... ...II 1 .i I,. ' """ "l. " III - 1 ' I 1 1. n, ,n mating 1 r, ,,. . ,,v Kranklln Austin. ' '', ' hi .1 1,1 - ' i'i 1 r e.inaday nlghf 1 ' "f id., r.o trm k ivnr ' '' I' Ilinter wul.r Thj ;i""l thr.,.1,1, ,hrt riMlf llf '.iu , ii,., lh,n,t itr. , in ki. k fr on the attend I ' H.-id there. 'jo. 11. uvirlntendent of V r't'orted a leakage .,., !''" vi. m. and the ron- - frying t.. r-Mie.y th. ,1 M n,. .' " ne Uovernrnent t' Hi- rnntrnct If the 'y gillons a mln- the Hawaiian Labor Bureail . . Will evi'ine InhmrrA the Ha traiian IsbttnU ami tril'. furnish them to i!nli!tnn. indiiiiln a I, firms, or carper lims; trill undertake n.ntrnt ir and Jur niah enerieno(l and t liable con tractot a Tempore y r )i e Mnooon lint ding. m Xo. 15. Menht'd Stnef, Honolulu. Telephone Ao. .v Main. I1. (). tins Xo S77. i V. f ii i; I I will .Ind - 1 " I inf. I. t . . . . fin. my evening. 'l"r i Mi,.,.. . ' ' emu.- witn Kgry. The oh- l''. ..,! I1V f,a t VI ' hi, 1m' . ',,,,rt-t for female '' ' rendered the same 'nt. it " LI in ' 'in I. I.a !h" I lVS ,,f itawalt f TM"triirV (ifflra In thj '"I i m.. - s.T .a. ' I ' K i. r il n.t mm. . iVM.h i i n"w prepar. . 1 '"ipri r.. tk. ... . - In. I i-i " piania . ""ii firms. They will 'Vi,,. ' l"'li"llile and r.llahla Kill..-. W i "Tun 1,1 at av. - - - ' llll'S) nu Ii In ur 1.1. . "l i..lv' ,n' r,,,w th- rsln de. ir, nn'' Hi-hlng down the ' '" i nf 1 1 n,v ,v th- dirt surface .r.,, ' ri","I.iil..ns. Walklkl ii -il, t .. a flit) "It. -I '1 while the receptacle P.wa of Ullha .i'ITl it, t. . I i.i'r.1 .1 IH i i. . ,. "oibj et reel t v.i. ' VV "n,l Principal I t,, .. '" l ve the matter ?; h ; ,lf es- heavy I Mta l-..r,, !'r'r,n ' ""-tS . '! m appearance or ,. '"Kf- .. ' rn'n "i- t.... n, a pat news flag. ti- I in a ItUki. i . h - " '. iy iwo-n , 'TI,, must have there thin ..f ."Kn"' n,,"Uht the .h... ""k American. ' . IM...I I - I., ""'1 In i h....r ( harleston and Veae wag In ..ht j When the Philippine n n.i.i . t. J,. 1 ' n ' ,n". H is WlilS a a h, 'o n,vn .""1 --- . . ' CHUNKS OF THIS WEEK A SUPERB LINE OF Ladies' Silk Waists T7 T7 JUST RECEIVED another laree shin in sucn a manner that the combustion is almost nerfeet an fn- tii. -oa-. .r.. light Is magnificently brilliant, smokeless and odorless. The lamps are ajolutl safe. It being: simply impossible to explodjc. The Angle Lamp accomplishes perfect illumination. It presents .u urtituatt o securing light which Is easily operated end more brilliant than gas or electric ity, with no more heat, at a mere fraction of their cost. It provideg a lamp fo homes, stores, offices, factories, balls, libraries, hotels and churches that Is PUa. in every way. I The public is cordially invited to call a nd inspect these lamps. Also Agents for Alsen Cement, The Gl ant Powder Co. and Tseoma sri Rkim Harbor Lime Co. ... - . ' - , Theo. H. Oavies & b Ltd. ---H-l-H- -H-n-B- uinie- r 'Geimlinie That's Alcolla. Newest an 3 most useful travei.ng or pockei stove made. It makes a very rot heat. It is perfectly sail no leaking or spilling. Alcoiia Is econonmlcal and thi.'refor.r cheap. ' It has everything; to r'rommend and no disadvan tages. This little Stove Is indlspnsa tdr. In SICK ROOMS, NURSERY, TRAVELING. CAMPING, YACHTING, AFTERNOON TEAS, CHAFING DISHES. CURLING IRONS. Sine? we spoke of Alcolla las; week the little stoves have been selling lil-e hot cakes. You'll want one sometime. Com. in and see them used and all that wo have said of them will ! verified. TWO SIZES, 25 and 40cts. Hobron.Drug Co. ROLE AGENTS. Fort and King. AND Scoivetnfs Silk.. Petticoats These gaments embody the latest Ideas; are correst in 6tyle, perfect in finish, and appeal to ladies of refined taste. in ELASTIC SEAfi DRAWERS pair, .SO d Waists, $10 to $20. Skirts, $10 to $18 EACH. See that every drawer is marked 'Scriven's." We claim that this drawer Is far superior to anything in the market. WHITNEY&MARSH ? Woolen Blankets LIMITED, AND- I a Comforters JUST IN TIME FOR THE COOL WEATHER. 519 Fort Street. L Telephone 436. LIST OAHU COLLEGE. THE MUSIC DEPARTMENT OF , OAHU CnLLKOE hus s.-eured the ser Vices of MI."S ALIl'i; M. WUUUM, VIO llnlst. Miss Wee ds studied under Bmll tJnitii, In the Hchnwtika Conservatory of New York, and under Emll Nahr, In the New England Conservatory, Pos ton. She then studied four years under Ouatav Exner. Royal Prussian Cham ber Virtuoso, of the Stern Conscrva tory. !ler!ln. After returning to Ameri ca. Miss Woods taught In Chicago; In Iilrmlngham Seminary. Plrmlngham Alabamn. and In the Mary Nash Col lege, sh-rman, Texas. Miss Woods Is a thoroughly trained and accomplished musician. She Is re siding at Punahou. and Is ready to undertake her work. The terms ror violin leasone are the same as ror piano 12 for two lessons per week. It Is hopl that Miss Woods may secure a class large enough t warrant her permanent residence In Honolulu, for her musical education and her violin will be a great addition to our musical forces. 70l PRICE S5Q FOR SHLE. A LOT ON SMITH STREET, Deiween fleretanla and Pauahl streets. For parrrculars, Inquire of O. 8. HOUGIITAILINO. j(j3t Favorite Saloon. tf n ir if V K K s if tr ir tr If B. (Lichtig tfaa reonened hi Place of business on Kin street. opposite KawaUhao rhurch. between Punchbowl and Ala pal streets. Territorial Stables building. Orders taken for CRAYONS, EN f.ARGEMENT OF PHOTOGRAPHS, PHOTO IIUTTONS, etc. OUR SELLING PRISE To make room for new goods en route we are selling for a limited time only, the high-grade IMPERIAL BICYCLE, which lists at J30, for lio, pjt cash. We also sell oi liberal installments. Pearson & Potter Company, Limited. ill Fort Street. Telephone 565. X x X aV X v. H k X k M X w X V. X kl X v. X X k X k X k X k x X k x Comforters We have them at all prices. Our cheapest is $1.50. We also have some filled with down at $6.50, and a few beautiful silk ones at $14.00 and $15.00. Pillows A good quality: 22x22. $1.25; IS xl8, 75c; 14x14, 50c. Filled with silk floss: 22 x22, 75c; 18x18. 40c; 14x14, 25c. Come ard in spect them. They are really good 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 pair, soft-finished. $12 and $14 buys a beauty, made in California. Pin Cushions Wo have them in all sizes small and large. If you want to make one, we have them aa small as 4 x 4 Inches. NOW IS YOUR CHANCE Six Foot Dining Tables A I LEY'S I Telephone 398 !r P.O. Box 441 For $6.00 ASH FINISH, WHILE THEY LAST. DURING THIS WET SPELL you can spare your wheel for a few days to have It overhauled ana enameiea. tskb it to tiaiieys, wnere you can get a first-class job at reasonable rates, enameli.no GUARANTEED equal In appearance to factory work, and more durable. We have a very large stock of repair parts, and can replace anything In a bicycle, ksfkjial.lx we are iactory agents lor the Milwaukee Puncture Froor Tires, Morgan & Wright s Tires, etc. ' GAS LAMPS; reduced prices to clear: MAJESTIC $3.50 LAMPS. $2.50. M. & W. GAS, $3.50 LAMPS, $110. We also have a fine aasertanent ef COMBINATION BOOKCAMC3 AND WRITING DECKS; SIDEBOARD AND CHINA CLOSBTS. Our stock of Sliefcewris we are affertng very cbea. for this week bav reem fw new HOUD1T GOODS aew oa the way. only. Bailey's Honolulu Cyclery Co., CoyneJehrten Furniture Co; II Givo Uo a Call PROGRESS BTeOCSi the na, wae lost 227, 229 AND 231 KTt aTKEJET. Cmer nr ir but ivirv.