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EVENING BULLETIN, OCTOBER 27. 189(5.
Clilnn Silk, Crape, Alpnca nnil IMolmlr.
Drrnars For Uttlo Olrl.
Modes, materials, coloring nntl trim
nitug aro nil cxcwxllnjily fnuclftil thU dea
con, showing Uio hilluonco of thoLouU
Qulnzo rovUnl Tho voguo of flowered
brocades nnil printed goods is very great,
and flowers In millinery nro prof iwo to Cor
respond. China silks and thin croix with
floml designs ait) worn In lnimenwo qunn
tltlw, whllo inusltns and nainsooks show
en )nplumstlblo variety of tho samo gen
Alpaca is In high fashion, notonlyplaln,
but In brocho and clumgsablo effects. It
Isouiplojcd for gowns and petticoats, tho
latter often havlug silk rufllos. Mohalrx,
which aro of tho sumo order of goods, arc
greatly worn They am pimply made, as
tho uuitcilal does not lend itnclfwcllto
elaboration. Tho most sultablo trimmings
nro Boutacho, applications of embroidery
or guipure and buttons. Gray, with whlto
accessories Is much UUcd, tho noccssorlcs
meant being tho revcr?, collar, straps, cuffs
and possibly est Tho vthlto vest is In
great fjnor for wear with Louis Quluze
bodices, and chemisettes of batlsto nro llko
vino employed. Mohair Is w oil liked for
young girls' and little girls' dresses. It Is
necn with colored designs on a whllo
ground and also with stripes and checks.
Mother Hubbard gowns tliat Is, those
hanging straight down from a yoko aro
preferred for cry llttlu girls. Their un
derwear, nltliwiuh quite simple, Is deli
cately fine Tud.s and feather stitching
are tho chief ndornment, n little embroidery
ticlng txnnctlmes used, but no laco. In
collars and berthas, however, loco figures
A sketch Is given of a house gown for a
young glrL It Is of black rcrgo and has a
skirt gathered all around nt tho waist.
Tho blouse bodice Is of laco mounted on n
yokoof orango elet. Tlirco largo plaits
of bbick bergo uro placed ovcrthc bodlco ut
back and front. Steel buttons aro placed
at tho lower eilgo of thoyrko and on tho
plain collar of civet Tl o horgu sleeves
nro plain A soft scarf of clct, with
long fringed ends, sctaca as a belt
Tut nie oir ,t nuirnio."
Tho titlo o this welllcnown
eoug as t ell aB tho song itself
omanated fiora tho brain of an
employo of tho Buffalo Brewing
Company. That enterprising firm,
believing that a man who could
compo?o &o catchy an air must
have a largo and woll bnluncrd
bruin, bliaiglitwuy laised his sala
ry. This has proven to be a good
move on their part as is testified
by the excolloiit qualities of their
boor, which i- dispensed over tho
burs of the Cosmopolitan, Pacific
and Ro ul biloons at tho rato of
two glat-fcey for 23c. It is always
fiosh and cold and life-sustaining.
Or you can yrt ono glass of Buf
falo and on. of Pabst beer, tho
fino piodutt of tho Milwaukee
browcry. Exchangoablo checks
good at all tho above-montioned
resorts aro given in chance if you
only want ono drink. "Best beer
ovor in Honolulu," iB the veidict
of many of our prominent citi
zens. IIIUl Lltllic
Roast boi f, mashed potatoes,
Juliouno soup, vegetables, poi, pio,
aud peanuts at tho Anchor lunch
tomorrow Tha''s tho way that
Sweet William Cunningham has
of showing hid approciatioti of
his largely increased pntronago
sinco tho Anchor hat beou fixed
up w'h ptiint, gilding, polish,
enumol, etc. But tho crowning
glory of the Anchor is tho foamy,
creamy, lifi t-aving Seattlo Beer
which has jant arrived by tho
Australia and continues to arrive
by ovory steamer that comes from
tho CoiBt. Tiiioat boor on eaith
is the genorul rmaik, not men
tioning tho cigars nnd cheese,
which aro iupirb.
1 11vo-liundi'd tons of ballast for
sale. Applj to A. V. Gear.
Sterling, tiio pamtor, is pro
pared to quota prices on roof
painting. Ho uses a composition of
coal tar and comont. -Clioapost
and best roof preparation in Ho
dolulu. R. C. Jnyasuriva has lust open
od his Btoro at 87 King street,
near Fort, whoro ho displays a
fiuo lino of precious Btonos, silver
and gold oinamonts, ladicB' bolt
buckles, tad tho only genuino
linntl made Coy Ion laces ovor
offered in Honolulu.
No. 10 Store
Iugsl ftigsl Ifags!
Sofa Rugs I Floor Rugs I
Mats I Mats!
Tapestry nud Cnrpots,
Crumb Cloths and Druggets.
8S?" All Just Received at
jff" My Hack does not tip in this man
ner, uo matter how weighty the loud,
Hack No. 14
tST TELEPHONE 17(5 J
Staidi llethel and K.og n'reets.
J. J Sullivan,
Ilonolulu, II. I.
Sdllivan & Buckley, MnnVrb.
FINEST EQUIPPED CARRIAGES
in tho City, with Competent and Care
ful Drive rp.
Stand at the Pantheon Stables,
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
Haw'ii Hotel Stables, 82.
Vnulheou Stiibles, 8-i,
Fashion Stables, 118.
Livery and Boarding Stables
Corner Merchant and Richards Sts.
LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLES.
RT Carrlnst'9, Burrcys anil Hacks at all
hours. TELEPHONE 400.
Hotol St.. nonr Fort. Tol. 802
Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTIONEF.lt AND 810CK HllOKEB
No. 45 Qucf u Strwt.
Estnto uiid Fuvuituio.
Eoxt Street, - - - - Tel. TT7
BOARDING, -:- SALE -: AND -:- L1VEHY.
HARNESS :-- AJSTD -:- SA3DDL333
WE HAVE THE
FINEST DRIVING HORSES
Tbo best of attention given to animals left with us. Careful drivers, respoctfu,
attendants, promptness. Hacks, Surries, Brakes. Bugtfitu.rhaetous, Wagonettes.
A new importation of ,
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
Fort Street, opposite. Uackfeld's.
s( , - Li
A Now Lot
of Nieo Goods Just
Cleaning and Re-
More often than not deter
initio a man's standing. Jf
you will come to us for your
clothes wo will see to it that
you leave with a good
appearance and it won't cost
you much Latest fashions
now in. Dress up and make
Medoiros & Decker,
The Hotel Street Tailors.
Wmw'cv Work, - Honolulu.
Situated on a Beautiful Uil'nido Ocrlook
ing the Ocean, aud 1.100 foot
aucve sen l.eci.
Only 24 honr' mill from Honolulu.
Clininto mild, o'eur dry otmoHidjuie, free
from fogs and malario, especial iirovision
for quiet nud rpt as will an for aijuiBe
ment and outdoor life. Hates $2 per day
or $10 por wcoK Medical attend iico extra,
DK. II. A.LINDLrY, Prop.,
323 tf Konn, Hawaii.
- HAS TAKEN THK
Photograph : Gallery,
Opposite LoviV Daltory ou
Nuuaiui -.- Street,
Wliero lio will onior iuimodiuttly inl the
work of Taking I'lcturta. Mr. ovoliu Las
had jcarH of ixi cricnti- at ibis blanch and
lias alwaVH mot witb MiccitM in it.
Hfi f If I
a ' rl l
Wm. 0. InwiN.
San Franchco AgintnTiiv Nevada Bank or
THAW EXCHANGE ON
8an FiiANnsco Ihu Nevada Hank of San
London Tho Union Hank of London, Ltd.
Nbw YoitK American Exchange National
Ciiioaoo Merchant? National Hank.
I'Aius Comptolr National d'Escompt dc
Bbm.in Drcsdncr Bank.
IlONOKOM) AND YOKOHAMA Hongkong it
Klianttual Banking Corporation.
Nbw Z-raland and Austhau a Bank of New
Victohia and VANCOtivcn Bank ol .Mont
real. Transact a General Banking and Exchange Business
Term anil Ordinary Dcpolsts Received.
Loans made on Approved Security. Com
mercial and Travelers Credits Issued. Bills
of Exchange bought and sold.
Collections I'uouiti.y Accounted Foil
r. o. JOKES.
B. A. JONES
HAVE FOlt SALE
A Few Shares of
Pnla Sugitr Stock,
llnwullaii Sugitr Co. Stock.
tlawniinn Government and 1st
Mortgage Sugar Planta
137" For porticulara apply to
The Hawaiian Snfo Deposit &
tOH Fort Streot Honolulu
IBXSIEaiOZE3 cSs CO.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
Cla s SPItBCKCLS.
Xjetiers ui v-reuib ibsuuu, uvuu- -t-v 17 1"" T T r
Ln"uth0"ri"cipalcifcslBULLETIN, 75C, PER MONTH
Ul UUU lly&VA
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TS7kli.s, Riciiai:i)SOX A Co., ,
Dkau Siuy: Wo uw P'i-ao's Cciory Coiupouml in our lamily and could
not keep house without it. -Mrw. Villi:m thinks there it; nothings equals
Paine's Celery Coinpouind io cure nervous headaches
and the like. Suceco to you hi every way.
Pastor of Cumberland J'rabytiriau Church.
Doubtless you know lliut RED WAR is in progress in both Oul
and tho Philippines. Luckily wo piuchnm-d a LARGE STOU
DIRECT just boforo tho fighting bignn. Thoiefore we huvo not,
ot, been obliged to raise prices.
TO. Meanwhile, in order to avoid such a stato of ufluiitj, come in
and purchase now.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Corner Port and Merchant Sts. "Wholesale and Rotail.
Commission . Agents!
BffiWife. l;lM Rev.
400 rASOK AVKXUK,
Caxo;,' C'i'v, Coi.., Jan. It),
WE HOPE WE WONT HAVE
H Dies .Co,,
Could Not Keep
His Wife Strongly Rec
ommends It to Cure
for the Hawaiian Islands
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