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TnE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, NOVEMBER 23 . Iv0.
U i L0CAL 3REVITIES. .Ill rec i UPIH ,,,. t.t Kauai. .Ive on Frl- l.ile t,,.l.y at i m atrret. hi All"" iwhm-'" . y ' ... Mil rn . ,1 tf iu "u u.a lh,.m nw y . . ... h..rnr are offered r,u-.".,..,.i A. A. K .Ml- .,, !.,,,... will hoi J K(ih.m .i M,,n,,,,y evening. I" T .i...v will b- entertain. TV'4'"!.'.. Th." W,ta tne - ."'" ' . ii-rim' f antral took r . A ivters, hm ,,,"'n i 1 .... law th" .'urt ... - .. ll..naxil. ftmltfi A -.i.l III- r - ii, i ntrt. win no u .i'1'"1, iH-eliinlnc t-'morrow. Mt Mm LOCAL BREVITIES. There will be a. nuArtoriv ,....! the Punahou Alurnnl a.-i.i Tueaday evening. NovfmWr 27. Th- w mumc ana aMnatrnlfWnt gram. pro- The comedian. William . v..itv " Jth the Vouthwrll Opera Compi ny. will leave on the Aorangl for Aus trail. where he haa accepted a goo! . a.. . .. " ru".J"y auernoon, at 4 o'clock. j. r..rnr iiuseeil will address the i"n wi cnristlan Association. Mia aur.jr.ct will be "The Experimental Method in Rible Ktudy." The Rev. VV. I. Westervelt will ail fir the Triangle Llterarv rinf. vlthe constitution of the United Htm... next Monday evening at the Young pirn f'hrlatlart A . . ! ... " l:erjbody la cordially Invited. U in- Hawaiian rand Wcr- rfu Mnyfeatl We have Just the kind of Shoe for rainy weather In HEAVY SOLES $4.52 have '"" - I trlrra. V itirh'U! 14 trp"uriT V.. - il..-r minion of th I) euirrln w. T ' M, -nt out hy Mr. and ''1,ni . i ,.r t.. an "at hom" 1 1' f wary f i il,. t a a i , in. nil th ilrlUurli-il i t I fr a partl4l for I..-IU I mm t'f I long .Hi n.linr.- . IL....MU.I i..uri ii n . in Juuni7 I'rm will u l'r.rr will mwl thla. Trl- WofK in inirn iihitt, of th rn,mbTa la t.. la iUy mornln. 'cJm male lltrlct .w . a W aJ . . a ?V w ... I.. I rn n.f-ra am ' id until iwmwr i. . .. .j lUtrY Ini'lU-lve . KMrl U" bicycle, aaaortment .V..-h,.il furnltur'. frocerlea. etc.. ' i.i (..lit at Montan a auction t 10 o rlock. r tnptirtnl rann-d mkI will b !J ..ii-tlon tvlay. rrn-r Tori and . at M. Intyrt- a at. .re by . M.n.lxv. NovniK.r 21 to Frl- - mlief JOlh. both Included, the rf th Hawaiian Huarar tnt ,',,",',l t( trnnafera, y. n'min.' ! h" l'rj attend- jfWlh riH i ry mile today at M . f,rnrr at 1') . m. H.-e Fl-h T,t,'..n a.lwnH'Mnt-nia. raM yl f oltl.ra elected at th an g atii( of th Klpahulti Hurjf I .yai. n are n wt-ww ir m w 'r. la r""n'''' elawhert". wti rn.ltiY at II o'clock, at the a Th. W. Iavl-a A To.. Ltd.. tKM-khKi'liTN or tn waiaKa Jim amy will hnld their annunl meet I rionexr Mill iV, Ltd.. lve no--t t ticlh"i,ka of the com h rloaed to tranaferarom Thr ! until Iecember 1. Inclu- rmiK-ion y tiovernor Un!. ti on. lam evening on llaalelea. bwn f..r n. butaar of the M'thodlt Governor alo refused the band for th cnmina: rHirDaii -am tom.-rrow on u . i una nu trrotinda. Mra. J. H. Mrdrew. wif- of Hr. rew. aalted on the Z-alandl.i f ir t i aat. It waa a auddon tleui .n t-h haa not been very well of Lit.. Ihoiurht an oteun trip and hn.. t the i'onat would benefit her. Sli v. remain quite a little while. A nvctlns haa been cult...! t th former nvmbera of lolanl Ctllezo to 1 nil'l-t at t h ha.llaat nt Ih. m.. .... on the cotleRe arounda at 7:3(1 Tueadav evenlnic. November 27. A football club will be organised under aaoclatlon rulea. It la hoped a large number will be present. A petition has ben filed bv J ineM A. Low. coualn of th late David W. Low, for letters of administration upon the estate of deceased. The estate consists of t.'iOO In wares due from the Honolulu 1'lantatlon Company, and seventy-five shares of Mock In Hono lulu 1'lantation Company, leaa ft. BOO debt, worth 11.100. There was a big meeting of the mas ter builders In John Ouderklrk's of fice. King street. The discussion was mainly concerning the constitution and by-lawa of the organliatlon. The mem bers are not ready to have these print ed. Monday evening another meetlnK wlll be held In Iteardslee and Page'a offlcea. One week from next Sunday will be the seventy-fifth anniversary of the organisation of Kawalahao Church, and special exercises will b held both morning and evening. The morning service will be In Hawaiian, but the addresses In the evening will be most ly In Kngllsh, and will be very Inter ring. James K. Kaulla. one of the Inde pendent leaders, will tender a big lu tu to llobert Wilcox at hla home In Ka- palama. Robert Wilcox Is booked to sail on the Klo d- Janeiro, leaving on the thlrtl-th of thla month. Tho big torchlight procession of the rndep.-nd- nta wit Itake place November 2S. There will b a big mass meeting In the ruins of Kaumakapill Church afterwards. Kvery one ahould I M AfnnirAfpnnirin)r I I l 1 11 I.I II II 1JffH II II II II l"J II II II V i ICI M CS The ri' dL- fr Tan Box Calf Black Box Calf pair of heavy Shoes for nasty weather. JUST RECEIVED another large sh'pmtnt of these lamps. Tneae taaapa In such a manner that the combustion is almost xierfect. an for thla reaaaam h light Is magnificently brilliant, smokeles a and odorless. The lamps are alas 1 left safe. It being simply impossible to explo dc. The Angle. Lamp accomplishes perfect Illumination. It presents an e-penaaUQr o securing light which Is easily operated end more brilliant than gas r 4ei5s lty, with no more heat, at a mere True tlcn of their cost. It provides a laaap fat! homes, stores, offices, factories, halls, libraries, hotels and churches tbat to Hmt. In every way. The public is cordially Invited to call and Inspect these lumps. Also Agents for Alsen Cement, The Oi ant Powder Co.. and Tcnm ami Jfewaa. Harbor Lime Co. Theo. H, Davies :& CEo., Lid. CHUNKS OF , ('hrlm.ia present la one of i',. .b- W-rnlcke bookcases or of- h (.. tbit tire now displayed at T Jl4iiThiiie A Cu'a on yueen N ""nil itieting of the Iiiipa- gir I'nnipany w! be held at ofl.- t Theo. II. Pavlea A Co, "I. mi f- t.y. November 30, at 3 lr t. nut f"f an "at home" Vjn llilekutanl. their Wal H irn. Prdlay evening, by Mr l rt I'. ihert teern, to meet Miss kY ir-trui'tlnns given ln sing i vn.m. mrm, tiMno and theory of t'i h-girwieraj and advanced atu- 'I l IY IMhll College. Musical ; i"t. nt. I p" "f r irn'a iaa ot on King t rt" Government build iM W.i Vikl Annev. Fln-leP will M hi riming same to the M npitny. 1 viri i h iv f.rmd i copartner 'V tiiirtMai of .Jllln llit'iora '' '' tn Ihl rltv. They will ''' hrimh In llltrt 'iiili it MlM Cnmnanv alve no 'Ml in- ,irrn il meetln-r of tha "'-r art h- h. Id on Frtil ir. No . t 10 o'rl.a-k. at th ornce Of lvl" A Co, Ltd. N..Yi-niher 2rth. having a tutionul hankglvl"T I'i i.-nt. the (iiiverror ll p ih'ic orflcea thr.iu -h ut v ) i na.d on that day '' lo.,v nt 10 o'clock Will iil hi i i i.-tlon at Mcln I m and King streets, ' fi'ri t irocifia, tn Iron ftiiri-a. etc., will he FIFTY TKAUfl IN OFFICK. Henry A. IJttle has been for fifty ears recorder of Madison county. III. The lawyers thereabouts aay thru no encyclopedia of legal doings In th' country could be . more valuable to them thin Mr. Little's wonderfully re tentive memory. He waa born In Mad- Ison rourty and has never lived out rf It except during the civil war. when h went to the front aa a volun'.er. After Appomattox he returned and re sumed his position aa county record r. "ir-i , r.h..r ADcolhoD That's Alcolia. Newest an J most useful traveling or pocket stove made. It makes a ver: tot heat, it Is perfectly Bai- no leaking or spilling. Alcoiia is econonmlcaJ and therefor-; cheap. It haa everything to r'.-commend and no disadvan tgei. Thla little Stove Is indispensa ble. In SICK IIOOMS, NURSERY, TRAVELING, CAMPING, YACHTING. AFTERNOON TEAS, CHAFING DISHES. CURLING IRONS. THIS WEEK A SUPERB LINE OP Ladies' Silk Waists -n-n-n-o-n-B- .. a i a i a a O-B-B-B-B-S 4 Why, said a gentleman, who just ar- selling your rived from the East, B-fl-B-B-O-B-a "you zic L T Scriven's Drawers At New York Prices! How we are doing it, isom secret. The fact remains that they are selling at 75 cents a pair or $8.50 a dozen. AND trNCLK TOM- imOUGHT II fM OVKIt. Sln3j we spoke of Alcolia Iac week the little stoves have been selling lir hot cakes. You'll want one somtinio Como In and see them used and ail that we have said of them will b yerl fled. TWO SIZES, 25 and 40cts. William Vocke, the Chicago mll'l aire, waa born In Germany. Write there hla father read to hint a trans lation of "Uncle Tom's Cabin." nnd this so Impressed the lad that as d as he heard alavery waa to be fo ght he came to thla country to lend hla alj In ending If. HobronDrugCo. LIMITED. JOBBERS and RETAILERS SOLE AGENTS, Fort and Kins:. Silk.... Petticoats 1. n 1 D I NO NEED TO BE CHILLY These gaments embody the latest ideas: are correst In style, perfect in finish, and appeal to ladies of refined taste. Just Received A Shipment of v Waists, $10 to $20.! Skirts, $10 to $18 EACH. - 1 a a a I in 1 rVvVVvvvvvvWrvvvMrrWM WHITNEY&MARSH J LIMITED. H I' 75c a Piece $4.50 : Plain. Black Broadcloth ; Children's Golf Capes. . trimmed with Fur. j ' $1.50 a Piece ; $7 00 J; Broadcloth Extra Cape Ladies Golf Capes, ". , trimmed with Braid. , ' J ? $2.25 :1 $9 00 !: 4 I Ladies' Black Cape wttia J Black Seal Plush. j Black and WhIte SUfc WE also have better qualities. 519 Fort Street Telephone 4-36. I lav Just opened up one hundred and ninety-six cases af NEW I , Dry Goods atJtlt.ttJiRjl K . K ir if LIST PRISE s5 i ' -I li-Ulng h u-4 it ..f...r.it a .1 1 a .Lu -ry ihnir,. luiMlnea. property , lP',"'ri,'1r located. For partlcu " nry tri,miae A Co., on l1" n i,.. ntted up In the '" "fiipied by th- it- .u ,r ,"'"e-a1 Aso.-littton on 4 ,11'"' n""r King. Henry Vlda in- tir.,,,frfllP ,. th rUrJ nn ..Tn- c'allf..rnl." Kf-C.-m.l have opened a Mr'!?., P. "n 209 ,,,,,,,, "r,,r hl'"H Ann.. W,irW Inl.n.l..,! I k . I in . . ' " "-- III HIH ' "vmrmoty munmr and at " ir". vi I I .1 ..il I KlMlIt of give eati- work In our fn a . '"na in the elertment suit U'.V. V""1, K,n"' Htraurh and nfc ''': fl,rh filed a demur. 1 ,''"nt- Kanny Jttranch i.j ir a rauity com 4 tipin In the the I ion.,N,ni i a """' no Interest - noM W " " "" "r rmf cooling Wi, 'h' vn"n PPHI on ... ' t'..f. arTxrta a ifiavlriil i 12 t.oni-ratiire beneath 1. "wn t la app..d. This ... ,r"P,rt I. in I - . ........ , ' is l.ing lntro.ue, In thla ....:. Kln, "f the California here aaronlea ran be aa ' mil It ..-'"in hum h..n atarta. v mm t hum ruuaed greit i -tu. ' hlri. COMPRISING Hew Dress Goods ITew Silks Black Silk Taffetas (Guaranteed to Wear.) ttiptv tifnnnvs anii.aces. NEW Kill! KOI ut.Kir3 ana iuvo- INGS. RKDHPIIKADM, IlTANKKTS, ItEADY-MADR SHEETS and riL- LOW CARER. . TAIit.rc DAMASKS and "f'r- CURTAIN MU8MN3. fjiir.nico. HOSIERY, GLOVES, lsuiiu-a. WE DETT COMPETITION. WE INVITE COMPARISON. i. . m n torn LIMITED. THK PKnPI.FS PKOVIORR m If n ar 5 If ar ir , r it s. M V. M M M M . M M M at n ' n k n n . n k M k n k n M k tr rr'9r OUR SELLING PRICE Hermsdorf Dye Black Lisle Hose. U oO Cents- dies avail yourself of this opportunity Our regular price is 65Cts pair. Pillow Cases. Time saved is money saved, ou Ready made Pillow Cases. Sheets in Sheets. an sizes. . Never before have we carried such a Towels. arge and varied assortment of all kinds of Towels. We sell you Damask Towel with knot ted fringe, 3 for jocts. We have also better qualities. n n h n n n-H-n n &---"-" boo n-g-g- To make room for new gocJs en route we are selling for a limited tin e nly. the high-grade IMPERIAL BICYCLE, which lists at $30. for J35. -pjt'ca.h. We alao sell 01 liberal Instalments. , Pearson & Potter Company, Limited. ill P.rt Street. Telephone 565. Bed Roomm " ' N f aia n,a IK. " "tare at Kin and . T.tla . . . .a tiiv Jn. V l Hawaii. Jffi r" inaerted. If. ISa.i """till. Tha II. ... . ' tn.t . Hi-ma rn ny '.Nil. a? fTf.U, 0f ,hm a." ,r"Und MS.ln an.l wait. :11t ' t.n " Ah THE OAHU COLLEGE DIPARTniHT OF lM. PniVATE INSTRUCTION IN PI- ar aivntvn. VIOLIN. ORGAN AND THEORY OF MUSIC to begin ners and advanced students. For particulars, apply to r. A. DALLAS EYUS. AILEY'S j Telephone m .55J-? P. 0. Box 441 11 o SIDEBOARDS, CHEFFONIERS, WRITING DESKS. Just ROLL-TOP OFFICK XJ5Ka. HALL RACKS, BOOKCASES. Received In rt rtveenri aallt K.. v.. "n,,rl'litn atra.t it .nt K . M av 1 1 1 . ...... if M. " eaperiailT B" N r ',fy, w .TW.l au . J' t,. l ' apparatus is LV.,"I-. alth..ush som ex. , "v. b. .n r,.red from I 6710 Director. . . M- . ... m . 1 ,a wairi ' tit a - -a. . vrn ,. . it'i-ra tor in Ki. " r"r manuf ie- ... BAGLE OYStER HOUSE Oyster Served In any Style. TERRITORIAL HACK STAND. Corner Hotel and Nuuanu Streets. Tel eohone MiUn OPEN ALL NIGHT. DURING THIS WET SPELL you can spare your wheel for a few day to have It overhauled and enameieo. le.ae 11 10 xiz . ucic juu vu oVJii-Vloh at Veasonable rates. ENAMELING GUARANTEED efjual ' " - a 1.1 appearance to factory worn, ana more ouraunr. We have a very large stock of repair parta. and can replace anything; In a bicycle ESPECIALLY TIRES. We are factory agents for the Milwaukee Puncture' Proof Tires. Morgan St Wright's Tires, etc. GAS LAMPS; reduced prices to clear. MAJESTIC $3.50 LAMPS. J2.50: M. fc W. GAS, $3.50 LAMPS, $2.W. NEWEST DESIGNS. Furniture Sold on the Instalment Bailey's Honoluln Cyclery Co., Coyne-Mehneii Furniture Co; UU1TED 227, 229 AJND 331 KIN. -. ilHETT. Cormec Deretanra aad Tort StreaU. PR0GBES3 gTtras. Km if .1 r - f:., ; ' "ft ft"- i '