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title: 'The Daily bulletin. (Honolulu [Hawaii]) 1882-1895, December 19, 1892, SUPPLEMENT, Image 5',
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SUPPLEMENT TO T11R DAILV BULLETIN, MONDAY, D13CRM1JEK 10, 1892.
Closing Out Sale
Christmas Goods I
Tin, with nr without Meehanisni,
Dolls, King"! Albums, feitehels,
rures, Vases, Stilt huh.
Ilroii70 Wnro, Moeea Cups,
Opera and bpj (1 hisses, (waiiantcd lli"t
Minors, names, lliael.ets,
LunehbasU'ts, N'hooll) igs,
Perfumery, Fancy Goods,
Pans, (otm Hui1);
Carpet ami Hugs, (all sies),
VAu , Dtc., Ktc.
WSfc- I'-ach 1'iue inarUd with CASH
X&- DIM Ol'NT on l.irgir ( a-h 1'ui
MSU i:Vi:i!YIU)OY inxitul li an In
spcetion. . H. W. SCHMIDT &
DAILY AND WHHKLY
Leading Journals in tho Kingdom.
The "Daily Hawaii Holomua,"
Ha tliu largest Cm illation on tin- Islands
and is tho Best Medium for
Mh. 'liios. K. Xxtimmi l. will Hieixe all
advertisements and tran.ut all husitiiss
Cp-Oiiiii: " llienig HIolIv," corner
Xuu.iiiii and Qui en street (upstairs).
Baxter Engine d Boil
is oood woimci.nc. okddi:.
tSf Poi pirtiuilais m
teims applx to
Union Gas Engine Co.
(Incorporated Max III, IS'12.)
- MAMTrAcrritr.u.s or Tin: -
Regan VapOr EngmeS
btationary iv .Marine,
Has A (iiisoliue. Dugllies,
Pumps ,V. I.aiinehes.
fllrf-tf feolo Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
HTTSTACE & CO.,
WOOD and COAL.
White and Black Sand
Will sell at the
Ball 414 TELEPHONE - - Mutual 414
(Cfintinuril mm the other liilr.)
then gave some ory pietl.v ami woll
executed duets upon tlio piano.
After which a voting gentleman
from Now York Cih ontoitained tis
with specimens of liisli jig dancing
with acrobatic feats, which was !t
snrpiiso to all present ami whieh ho
was compelled to repeat. The dan
cing was ilono upon a small blah of
marble placed in the center of tho
parlor lloor for the puiposo and was
pronounced an artistic performance
by all ptesent. Owing to tho 3011th
and modest. t, oC the perfouuor, wo
suppress name In request.
Refreshments most toothsome
weie now .seivod, after which this
musical pot -pom ii was resumed.
Mrs. IF. 1 llugus. who has an ex
ceedingly sweet and expressive oice,
sang "M3" Trundle Beit" so effectivo-
13 that we noticed sovoial pairs ol
moist eyes, and as there is but .1 step
from tho sublime to the ridiculous
.Mr. F. 15. Smith then sang a comic
song "Mrs. Mulligan's. Home-made
Pies," in his inimitable stvle. which
lestored the J0II3 spiiits of the com
pany. Then Mis. C P. Makeo and
Geo. II. Fairohild faored us with ,
the populai duet, "It 3011 love me
darling, tell me with 3 our 030s,"
which was ttul.v well rendered and
elicited gieat applause Mrs. Makeo
responding to an oncoie with a solo,
"Ao Maria," with sweet, and pleas
ant effect. And so until a late houi
this liul.v meinoiablo evening was
passed in fun, jollit, and music,
when the pait3 bioko up all loud in
praise of theii voiygentlomanlj host.
Imitations are out for a select
dance at 13 thiau Hall, Kealia, Sat
urday e cuing, when a jolly good
time is anticipated.
Col. Z. S. Spalding returned fiom
a hi ief visit to Honolulu 1)3' the
The Misses Kainakee and Maria
Cummins have dofoired their return
to Honolulu until aftei thoholida.vs.
Miss Kathleen Uitehio, piincipal
of the Go eminent school at Wai
kapu, Maui, will spend tho holidays
with her fiiends, Airs, and Mi. II. Z
Austin of Kapaa.
Several other isitois fiom the
neighboiing islands aie opeeted,
and tho list of enteitainments, such
as balls, dinnets, socials, picnics l3
moonlight, etc., to be given dining
the holida3.s, is long and complete.
Tho Government school at Kapaa
II. Z. Austin, piincipal closed
with appiopuato oxoicisos Friday
tho Kith 111st. foi two weeks' holida'.
This school is rapidty building up,
theie now being 121 pupils enrolled.
Tho weather (lining the past week
has been cleai, cool and delightful.
Kealia, Dec. 17, 181)2.
is always an acceptable present for
Christinas, The Pacific llatdvvaio
Company have )tist opened a line of
Dictuies oonmrisuig monochromes
allotypes, photogravures, Randall's
and Gum in's, photographs, panel
cabinet flames, medallions on glas
pastels, steel engiaxings, etc. Llietr
lines ol .Mouldings compiiso tlio
jatest patterns, and picture f.aming
is made a speciallv.
r j. -m w 't t I
An assort iiienl of Cornice Poles,
Brackets and Trimming, always on
A niunbei of piettuos weie sold
tho day thov were opened, and the
continued demand is reducing the
For a sine throat there is nothing
better than a lluuuol bandage damp
ened with I'hauibot Iain's Tain lialiu.
It will noarbj nlwajs ollect a cure in
one night's time This 1011101I3 is
also a liivorite for lheiimatism and
has cured inanv xeiy sexoie cases.
I BO cent bottles for stile by all dealem.
I Uonson, Smith & Co., Agents for tho
Pictures! l'ictuies! Pictuns! Don't
foigot to include a piotino with vour
ni.tcX...... m; lu ...wl lliul f.',-,,,r
Pros, have a line lino of new subjects
of all Forts with prices to. suit tho
Notice to tho Public.
Jlonivt 1'iojili 01 Ilomtlittil.
The Shii I Question is still in the
minds of the public an 1 I wish to
make a standing statement in regaid
to the Lulling-. loluison matter. On
or about the 2d da.v of Deoeinboi a
lot of old shiits was left in my ollico
with instructions to lepair them by
one signed Luning. I did lepair
the shirts, and a few days- later this
man Liming, accompanied 1)3 his
wife, called and brought anothei
shiit to be lepaired, and also asking
to see the lirst lot of shiits. I show
ed them and tlu'3 were both well
pleased and said the job was well
done, and told mo that the China
man would call on Monday and take
thoin to be re-laundried. This was
on Satuulii3 previous to Monday
mentioned, 'ana when I finished the
last shirt I biought tho bill to
Luning at his oilice. Ho got excited
but I did not scaio, and I bimply
told him I would like to collect
money foi 1113 woik. lie used some
ver3' hot woids and said 1 had a
cheek to ask foi my 11101103 then,
and he aid he would iniu me, but
still 1 did not scaie. 1 told Luning
in presence of a witness that he was
welcome to call at 1113 place of busi
ness, where 1 have a room enclosed,
and ho could 113 on tho shirts theie,
but ho would not do it. No doubt
Mr. Luning thought he had dead
easy game, but ho was like the man
that fell out of the balloon he was
simpl3 not in it. 1 will .say this,
that in am case 1 make now shirts
and if tho.v do not give entire satis
faction I will allot t hum, make new
shuts, 01 refund the money. Can
any poison do moieJ I will also
keep in lepair all skills made In-1110
for two 30.11s free of charge, for 1
am as quiet its a lamb.
A. L. Johnson,
The Shirt Maker,
Geiad Yio in Deutchland.
Dujmm; my ti:mioi:auy aij
senie fiom this Kingdom, Mr. W.il
tiu M. Millard will act foi 1111 undei power
I of iittoiiiux. "U'M.ll. IRWIN.
Honolulu, Die. 7, lb')-'. .VM-'-Jxx
(i. Irxxui. 1'n.sidiut
and M.iniiL't'r or
Win (1. hum A. Co.. I.'d,
V. M. Gillard. 'lita-urer and hci rotarx .
will attend to and pel foi 111 the duties of
the lust mentioned ollii er.
I'usiduit Win. (1. Irxxm .V. Co., J.'d.
Honolulu, Die. 7, IS'L. .Vll-.'w
I AWN mowi:
j daj , wieK
:i:s 'io 1.1:1
Cleaning and hhai pening done
I'iecesfuinislK d x hen iiinurid
lalhd foi and letiirncd ANo, Ken lirinu
(iaiileu Host 111 faet, tan do aux thing
iiicssiii aioiinu niu noiiso or
KiliK up Mutual Iclophouu ir.
r.8l-tf X. J ('
Big Cornfed, Farmraised Turkeys
For Christmas !
tv run bALi: at rm:
EZalilai Foi Factory,
fiS.'-lm W. L WILCOX.
CHAS. T. GULICK,
Notary Public for the Island of Oaliu.
Agent to take Ai UuoHlidgenients to La
bor (,'OlltllK th
Agent to giant Marriage Licensee, Houo
I lulu, O.1I111.
Agent for the Hawaiian Ishuiils of l'itt A
beott'n 1'reight and l'anel lXpruss,
Agent for the Darlington Itoute.
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am. GD.VDKAL AOKNT.
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