Local Brevities, Pacific Commercial Advertiser, 1897
LGCAL BREVITIES. Sugar, 3Uc Foster A. Davis has a notice in this paper. A medium tract wanted. of coffee land is Boarders aro wanted at Mrs. Leonard's, 1073 Beretania street. "Many a mickle makes a niuckle." Save the "muckle" at Sturdevant's. A young1 man with some capital desires an opening in the mercantile line. The animatoscope is now oppn at the Love building, from 1 r. m. till 11 p. m. Cuff holders, sleeve links, studs, jewelry, etc., at K. Furuya's, Hotl street. Tug-of-war tournament opens at Bristol's pavilion, Beretania street, to night;, ' ' ! At J. Camarho's dinner today: Fresh salmon, hollandai.se sauce, and lamb, curry and rice,-,. Regular monthly meeting of Pioneer Building and Loan Association Monday night next. Henry A. Ingham, drum soloist of the Hawaiian Government Band, now rides a Sterling. The Ilealani Boat Club will probably give another of its popular dances on the night of June 11th. Julian Mon?arrat, manager of Ka-papala ranch, Kau, left for his home on the Mauna Loa yesterday. Owing to the luau at the Maternity Homc, the cricket panic, announced for today, has been postponed. This afternoon and evening will be the last opportunity to view the paintings in the Kilohana exhibition. , Attorney Neumann and Chester Doyle left on the Mauna Loa yesterday to attend the jury term at Wailuku. The band will play at the Maternity Home luau, Beretania street, this afternoon, instead of in Emma Square. The foot, police, on Palace Square, and the Mounted Patrol, at Kakaako, both had drill early yesterday morning. During the absence of Wm. G. Irwin from the Islands, W. M. Giffard will act for him under full power of attorney. Special meeting of Lodge Le Progres de L'Oceanie this (Saturday) evening at 7:30 o'clock. Work in the first de gree. Luaus at Maternity Home and Ka-waiahao Church today. The latter begins at 12:30 p. m. and the former at 1 p. m. In the Police Court yesterday, Ah On was sentenced to one month's impris onment for having opium unlawfully in his' possession. There was a fair-sized audience at St. Louis College last night to witness tbo r.Arfnrmmice of "Marmaduke" and "Down You Go." Read the Hawaiian Hardware Com pany's timely topics on pure dairy products in this issue. You will find it very interesting reading The Hawaiian Quintette Club will play at the tug of war tournament this evening at Bristol's pavilion, corner Beretania and Alakea streets. Ladies and children have a chance to see 10 beautiful sets of moving pictures, together with a genuine fight at the animatoscope. Love building. Baseball and tennis goods, bicycle accessories at the Pacific Cycle and Manufacturing Company, Fort street. Agency for the Remington bicycle. The third quarterly Sacramental service and "Love Feast" will be held in the First M. E. Church, Sunday morning. Service begins ir a. m. sharp. The re-entry match in the Sharp-shootrs Company will close July 1. Members not completing their scores before that time will lose an opportunity to win a medal. Reservoir No. 3 was dry all day yesterday, No. 1 went dry at 10 o'clock last night and No. 2 at 1 o'clock this morning. From that hour the electric lights were not in evidence. The Hawaiian Evangelical Association has been invited by the Christian Church to supply their pulpit at the services tomorrow. Rev. J. M. Lydgate will preach at the evening service. The finest cherries of the season were received by the California Fruit Market on Thursday. These, with other fruits, are kept on ice, and may be secured by telephone or direct order today. The tug-of-war tournament begins this eveninc. The teams were all out for a final pull yesterday afternoon, and made a fine showing. The even pulling of the various teams insures a close and exciting contest. On Sundav morning at Central Union " Church, Rev. D. P. Birnie will preach on "The Problems of Poverty in Ho-nDlulu " In the evening the Rev. J. Leadingham will preach the annual sermon on "Foreign Missions." Some very clear photographs of scenes in the Memorial Day procession, taken by the Davey Photographic Com-or.v iirp nn snle at the "Wall. Nichols Pnnnnv. The. faces of the soldiers, sailors and marines are easy to dis tinguish. This is the last day of the Kilohana Art League exhibition, and those who intend to see the works of art now in the hall at the corner of Hotel and Fort streets should not miss the opportunity. The place will he lighted up this evening at the usual time. It is understood that D. L. Naone will be chosen to represent the Hawaiian Y. P. S. C. E. Union in the convention, to ! be held in San Francisco next month. Certainly no better choice could be were tug-of-war, evening vs. kani next ment above be ZO can came cots, Just or The tj-pe made. Mr. Naone is a pure native Ha- ; waiian, who has for a long time identi- j fled himself with church work, ana , mrvrA pcneriallv with work among tne young people. He would be a credit to . Hawaii.