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TnK PACIFIC CQMMF.nrtir. ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, NOVEMBER 22 1900.
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. 0C4L BREVITIES.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Rainy feather "Shoes The
ti.ivt in at
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1 HUC
Hawaiian Tribe No. i I r ti
.... ..mi'"
1. 1 ,
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n -4" n
mIM b .l 1
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li.. lit .
with V fr,'" ".
a c Korner,
1 f
WllaNlii ami li
Kauai and Hamaktja.
Huhbr-tlrd
morning from
f
N "
I-
Si mi ley A
.f frr-
jhu-iiiv evening, tft
,( ci'l't" and
.it fisher a
i
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r, linl"-
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"' ,' ",,f t'if l.'h" ' Pin "' '
. ''' '"". 'i 1 1- .ii'i" iii l' 'hi I4
.1'
li.,, k - i 1 Is I'him
i iii urn unit Hotel
Iihatin- A.n .
tin . : - iiriii rnn.
Th- ladlea of th- MetlWi... fv.,...w
- 4 ... "ecured the servlcea of ,k. 1
X " .7 . ' 7. Club for th- ha,,.-. "T
at llMM Ln. " tiwnoonj
Mr. J. K. Iturltftt. . ,.. !
(tin Ih- .. . ""'
-....ihih. rriurn-ii nn th
l.lll 7.1 alil. It. I - ' l"
...... .... .w.. i.. mppcrt th M-hrM
Th tlub MUiblfi tro now rnm(
tilt W - -
iiwrll turnout rtn up 477.
H..urh.l,j urnltur. ami furnHhimr
t ruhlli .w tl.n. Sovfmht r 2'. .n
rrrnli.i. Jut bark of th n-aM-ni ,.r
JMmfA HtHrirr, Ailama lAn. will K
KIhT will 4'finlu t tv h.4h.
At Nolte'a.yoMtrriJajr ome f f th riil
tn vsnHer wnt on a mnu- -
tli.. I ..mi yir,or th iiiamlnmil of p vera I of thlr Ti
...r iiHHiinre ki, cuntomrn The
....-i .iit . r lh Mrllry.l- PMtrona wr llayl a trill, but other,
1,1 ,n.. n l" nibr j lt,ra wrw hlrwl during th flay. !
( I h, t'l j Voliim 12 of ltwa!lun Hprta. ron-
Pli-tlnr of Uf:llona of th Kuprwic
I, f if ' tit'iKi ma" i""ni iimrim otwn an
ram Territory, la twin nnt out by
ll-nry Hmlth. clerk of the 8uprrm
Court, t lho-. entitled to thm
Mnn JartAtte Frruaon and Albert S.
Prrott. h-th af Honolulu, were mar
ried Tu-mUv Venlnit t the real.lenre
nf the brUle a parents. Mr. and Mra. A.
rericuaon. Lmmn street. Itev. William
M. Klnrald ferformed the ceremony.
They will be at home on Aloha Lane.
A meetl-Jf .la called of all former
member of lolanl Collejc to form a
f'Mitball Hub under annotation rule.
The meetlna; wlll take place at the
head maater residence. lolanl Conea;,
on Tuesday t venlng neat, November 27,
at o'clock. L. O. H. IMackman. J. B.,.
ter, V. II. luteal and St. C. I'llnala.
A meetlna; le called of all dealroua of
rormlna; a Hrltlsh Association fcMtball
club. All nrttlah. I'olonlala an.l Am.
erirana are cordially Invited. Th
meetlna; will take place at th Srottl.:
Thlatl Club on Monday next. Novem.
nr 2th. at o clock. U (. Hlackman.
O. Davlea, L. Lansdall and W. S,-
per.
We have Jt the kind ( Sbees for rainy weatHer la
HEAVY SOLES
$4.2-
Every
Tan Box Calf
Black Box Calf
0
ne should have a pair of heavy Shoes for nasty weather.
$4.S
front
4
A
ir','
in-
M aiT-.rd nw vehicle, s-
, sr ' "
till I . runaimuts, eir.
M WlsO
it at tie- haiaar
,.f the .Mrth.Ml-t
f.rihe
...
j h .l.l a arann rir-r
n.'tt three werks. !
.......iv n.'i. .mini im t r
.a Will. '1"
,.i'f inwvn l it ran r aen
,U,,:l4n table St the Meth.1l-t
' . - .i ii i.ti.ia Uwn. They
. u . ..mid a f..l.
f-..-venty.nve bkyrlea. Fur.
LuK-in-H" 'IU -ma.ie in a
F ... ... k Kid f.ilnmn
,t 4 II
kt'irUy Iireniter I. Ht. An
'. Bir.ti..n will h'H a bl Mir
, yh.rl Br.ninils. A IMI lunch.
riv Tve. attractively.
, H hn"' "if. Mlsa Im
lir'v 'ft yet.Tilay en th Zea
, 4h. hu l,n In Honolulu for
imiim. "'l ni id. uiny
14 Vre
kir n I'l'itifortiil'l iita and
rr"iitiMit 'lurma' tn iani
... . ...a.
Lf it the IM allun ll"'l snooi.i
ni'fU.I III liin puny aoi
L 4 H.iail'H li n.
nirm.ir ntTit yesterday af
the "iKhtl f Honolulu.
r-rnt"l Knallxh tourist was
.-mwniii'r n th Warrlmoo
riUa U Hun Frnrtrlmio.
r' atuvis an'1 runnna nave
il th flr-t prla at Ih
..itlon ovr sll the wnrld.
V ltirhsre Company have
r f r the ll ;Ut lelandn.
m lv. i h.ilrman f the Ter
lilinMlran Commit Ire. left
,t i.fi tn 7uiitniii.t tor a
mi l nn the oat. II waxi In
4 i utinn. and dcldl on an
i'vi)k"-j, the attorney for
' Is evie-td In from H
l vtt ' ir luy Hla halth for
h Mm : i d,i ten ery had. and
;i re i H re f.r awhil. hoping
"riJNetli-,
I' Him, tma writing desk and
Vav.i.i fiirnnare belonartna ta
Ht & w Thwinu 'n ."4' Twrt
H i'blnin l.are. will b W
ir mi n.'-t Vlnea.ay y
J M. luy.tvutd hits resumed iirae-
r iM n h-f uni at th resilience
r r W. J. Oulbralth.
i ..fV fnfly for orcu-
' u n.ov l-"ina hullt. he
""in hi It.
n'.. tt..ip. of K"l-a. Kauai,
tor th MsinUnd the b-irln
r.r, si.i (,ffdra hM entire
I fr.ts f..r sal. Full pur
"' Ht f artlilra ! mrm nnh
ii-r n this paper.
' 41 f l!i M. th.lit Church
i.ji hiii hold a lawn pir.
- " ' .!. Thr wllf f many
1 ' thrlxtma presents
' th tf.Mi.i-. of m.iklnaT.
i . ri..tn,-.in and evtilna".
" f ih t. k holders o
-Ktr i,..ini.,inv. Mr. Paul
' - t... pri'sid-nt. Hana
" K"ii'-m H A. Isn-
i . Mol.roil srt e-
"i" i jti tit. a idltor.
" i throinthout th
fi... ....
- ."'Hi iTh mkirl
' v N....inbr "t'th. Thi
' " I'l ! fio.n Fi I
i . iy. Jar.titry
H.-cretary if the Territory Cooper has
not yet ben apprised of the results of
th Uus-lfiMeln controversy on Ha
wall. Ir. N. Ilussel. the Independent
nominee for the House, was declared
elected aa the result c.f th ballot
count, but the nam was thrown out
tc a us the men sinning the petition
to run aa a candidate were not duly
nuanned to alien such a document
MherllT Andrews of Hawaii Is yet to be
heard from In the matter.
Arthur Charles Iivekln, who la con
necie,! wun me I'.lsnop rotate, was
married to Mlaa Helen Htevena early
thla month, at Aidover, Mass. The
bride la th dauahter of Mr. and Mrs.
Mosea T. Htevena. Itev. Charles Noyes,
pastor of )11 Nrrth Church, performed
th ceremony. Mlaa Caroline Stevena
waa the maid of honor, while a brother
of the brld", M. T. Stevena Jr.. acted
aa bat man. After January 1 they
will tie at home at Waiklkl.
"i
i'ai
CHUNKS.
OF
AflcoW
That's Alcolia. Newest anl
most .aeeful travel In; or pocke
stove made. It makes a very
rot heat, it Is perfectly sal
no leaking or spilling. Alcoila
Is . econonmlcal and therefor.
cheap. It ha everything m
rvcommend and no dlsadvau-i-Jtes.
This little Stove is Indlspensa
Mr In
SICK ROOMS,
NURSERY,
TRAVELING.
CAM PINO,
VACHTIN.
AFTERNOON TEAS,
CHAFING DISHES.
CURLING IRONS.
Sin: ; we spoke of Alcolia la, week
the tittle stoves have been selling 111'
hot cake. You'll want one ora.tln.e.
Como in and see them used and all
that t have said of them w Jl 1
rexlflod.
THIS WEEK
A SUPERB LINE OF "
Ladies'
Silk Waists
JUST RECEIVED another large shipment of these lamps. These lamps bur
tn such a manner that the combustion Is almost perfect, and for this reason tbe
heht Is magnificently brilliant, smokeless and odorless. The lamps are absolutely
safe, yi being simply impossible to explode.
The Angle Lamp accomplishes perfect illumination. It presents an ouDortualt
o securing light which is easily o Derated and mon brilliant i.a
Ity, with no more. heat, at a mere fraction of their cost. .It nrovidc a. Umn fo-
homes. stores, offices, factories, balls, libraries, hotels and churches that la ldaa
In every way.
The public Is cordially Invited to call a nd inspect these lamps.
Also Agents for Alsen Cement, The Gi ant Powder Co., and Tacoma and Roche
Harbor Lime Co.
Theo. H. Davies & So.. Ltd.
-a-n-
-H-H 0 H-
-n-a-n-
AND
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"Why,
selling your
Jsaid a gentleman, who just ar-
rived from the-East, "you are
Scriven's Drawers
At New-York Pricesl How we are doing it, is our
secret. The fact remains that they are'selling at 75
cents a pair or $8.50 a dozen.
The Maw Brawery.
The newly elertrd officers of th
brewing company are aa follows: A.
Hocking, president .and manager; K.
Hobron, .vice president; Kdgar Hal-
stead. treasurer; L. ihweltir. secre
tary; J. T. Crawley, auditor.
Th brewery will probably begin to
make ber about th beginning of the
new year. It la aaJd no prewery 01
th Pacific O.ast has the u per lor mod
ern appliances that this plant will
have. Th brewry now represents an
eipendltur of IJiio.OOO.
TWO SIZES.
25 and 40ct$.
Hobron Drug Co.
HOW TO TREAT A TROUBLESOME
CORN.
To remove a troublesome corn or
bunion: First soak the corn or bunion
In warm water to soften It. then pare
It down closely as possible without
dra'Tlng blood and apply Chamberlain s
Pain Halm twice dally; rubbing vigor
ously for five minutes at each applica
tion. A corn plaster should be worn
for a few days, to protect It from the
shoe. As a general liniment for sprains,
bruises, lameness and rheumatism.
Pain ialm la uneo.ualed. For sale by
Uenson. Hmlth Co.. Ltd.. wholesale
agents.
SOLE AGENTS.
Fort and King.
Silk
Petticoats
These gaments embody the latest
ideas; are correst In style, perfect in
finish, and appeal to ladies of refined
taste.
NO NEED
TO BE
CHILLY
Just Received
A Shipment of
V
Waists, $10 to $20.
Skirts, $10 to $18
EACH.
a
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IVHITNEY&MARSH
LIMITED,
75caPfece
Plain Black Broadcloth
trimmed with Fur.
$1.50 a Piece
Broadcloth Extra Cape
trimmed with Braid.
$2.25
Black Seal Plush.
.$4.50
Children's Golf Caes.
V '
$7 00
Ladies' Golf Capes.
$9 00
Ladles' Black ' Cape with
Black and White Silk.
vVVVVVVvVvVyVyyryVVVVyVVWv
519 Fort Street.
Telephone 436.
WE also have better qualities.
i
50 Cents.
II. vm Diy Ms &i
LIMITED.
i. 'i,-..'
'B Ni.
' - ". on I', r '!. x
hi l ...id at pub.
il... -in ten. mi
I'f't-rtv Is within a block
, " "'irli' in..
' "i in i h.,i.
and In rloa
r.'sl.nces In
In port
ii .
"IV
"T
'K"'""' l H. -.1
fir. i .... : '
- "i i-..inrM.r with much
" nn r.Miir.l rnmln..l
r.li.iNui u,.rlh ,.t In
:i..!.. krs and barrel a.
n" ' r r.HMin for some
'tlv..,, ,,,, n Wonting.
J ti,.. ,,rv,ni f nrrnrm
iV the n..watt Cm-
I ft Ml... .
- ,..,-.,.r. Wun..ut an or
. ";- utd to th full-
in yw .
illlillr.
' I'll itiai it a a
t.:,
"II
'llim i
'I'M i......
u 1 I
ril 'W
'urt )...tnlnv morning.
,, , ',"n set for trial on
n..iith Th... ..ii.
"'""th. The- milts
"f th cirgn of th
"rson, and also cr-
r,y tdnalng to the
" i.
1 1 II
HI ..,
I k. ..
. T I'll."
'"I
!" 'n nl. k brands of
Th trad and
' M n.. .I.......
.... ..!. Ht.-
P'trtli illur V wh.-n It
which oooulsr
Th Kame
It suits very
'n, Mr s'd
""" 'l...,and.
, ' i.rt .vr..n
JOBBIRSand RETAILERS
Have Just opened up one hundred and
ninety-six cases af
NEW
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LIST
PRISE
5
Dry Goods
coMrnisiNO
ITew Dress Goods
Hew Silks
Black Silk Taffetas
(Guaranteed to Wear.)
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Vtl
Af
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,
To make room for new goods en route we are sewing lor a umuea wire
the hla-h-grade IMPERIAL BICYOLE, which lists at 130, for $33,
spjt cash. We also sell oi liberal insta'lments. jfc
Jl
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Hermsdorf Dye Black Lisle Hose. La
dies avail yourself of this opportunity.
Our regular price is 65cts a pair.
-Pillow Cases. Time saved is money saved.
Ready made Pillow Cases. Sheets in
Sheets. an sizes.
Never before have we carried such a
I owe IS. iarge ancj varied assortment of all kinds
of Towels. We seJl you Damask Towel with knot
ted fringe, $ for tocts. We have also better qualities.
i.
OUR
SELLING
PRICE
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Pearson & Potter Company, Limited.
Bed
R
oomni
312 Fort Street.
Telephone 565.
"'I Hut
"if it.
i.. i
li.
"I I.
Kl
ih..
h..i.
the Yiiumr I.Iim It
iil.nv th streeta to
"ihic t h incon.
l''i iiilng out of water
t . I a
ir .i. . "V Ih evrava.
7 'u "" under.
- , "rr"- f ih- gut
Km . u fr;"M Ih building site
'K "..,. T 1 ttn'1 tr,,fn King to
1,,"" it "on 'lectll.'
it l n..t in th way
r' 7 '!l..r Hchool will
vU Thnrksgivmg t).y.
V'"ii . dvot.
... "' will hi
wtw ntnrtONS and Lacea.
NEW EMBROIDERIES and TUOK- " rl'll,ltlf'irr JllTirif Jrrrrjrk
TtEDf PUEADf , BLANKETS,
READT-MADK SHEETS and PIL-
IXW CASES,
TA1U.H DAMASKS and NAPKINS.
CURTAIN MUSLINS, cur. 1 1 t.a.
HOSIERY, OLOVES. Tiurtivas.
WE DEFY COMPETITION.
WE INVITE COMPARISON.
TV) HI LEY'S
KIKE
LLITS
Telephone 398
P. 0. Box 441
SIDEBOARDS,
CHEFFONIERS,
WRITING DESKS,
ROLL-TOP OFFICE DESKS.
HALL RACKS,
BOOKCASES.
Jusit sGaivsdl
llt.ra-
,M"liT' """"Ion-, tlla-
t f T'y hy ,,if-
.. w Uracil,, f.. r
hit
""i.,i
. . ,11.. a. .
llii. ."'nurg n all ........
Mlsa EInnor
. I. Ml Df) M 60.
LIMITED.
TUF. I'KOPI.FS PROVIDER
EAGLE OYSTER "BOUSE
Oysters Served In any Style.
TERRITORIAL HACK STAND.
Corner Hotel and Nuuanu Streets. Tel
ephone Main .
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
DURING THIS WET SPELL you can spare your wheel for a few days to
have It overhauled and enameled. Take It to lialley's, where you can get a
first-class Job at reasonable rates. ENAMELING GUARANTEED equal in
ai.nearance to factory work, ana more auraDie.
We have a very large stock of repair parts, and can replace anything In
a bicycle, ESPECIALLY TIRES. We are factory agents for the Milwaukee
Tuncture Proof Tires, Morgan & Wright' Tires, etc.
GAS LAMPS; reduced prices to clear.
MAJESTIC $3.50 LAMPS. $2.50.
M. & W. GAS, $3.50 LAMPS. $1W.
NEWEST DESIGNS.
Furniture Sold on the Instalment Plan.
Bailey's Honolulu Cyclcry Co.. CoppiirteD Furniture Co;
LIMITED
PROGRESS BLOCK.
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227, 229 AND 231 KINi -TBJ3TJT,
Corner Beretaala and Fort Str.

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