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BVBNXNU JJULfcETlN, DEOEMBEU 11, 1890.
cs& B. F. EHLERS & CO. a
Purine: this Month we axe
THE DEMAND FOR FANQY WORK HAS BEEN LARGE, WE HAVE
DO YOU LIKE CURRY?
TRUE INDIAN CURRY
NOT THE STUFF USUALLY SOLD AS CURRY
Curry Powder um mado by u ia proparod after tho Original
Rocipo from tho Puroflt Ingredionta.
KT THY IT OSIOM .
BENSON. SMITH & GO.
527 Fort Street, cornor Hotel.
Prime, Pat and Juicy.
Cold Storage Turkeys,
Freshly Killed Turkeys
Come and See Them
G. W. MACFARLANE,
TMM H26 and W, 21 KAABUMAKa Bt
"WToartla. is Ooxxt "YeLir tf. !
ENGLISH WHITE COTTON DHESS GOODS in tho nowest'pattcrns
WHITE VICTORIA LAWNS 60o, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 piece.
ALL WOOL DRESS GOODS' 40 inch wido nt 35c a yard.
FRENCH FLANNELS in Persian Patterns.
MADRAS CURTAINS 2.76, 3.00, 3 50, 3.76, 4.60, 475, 5.00 a
LADIES' LINEN HEMSTITCHED HANDKERCHIEFS 1.75, 2.00
Ui-J-m. ' f .i a
"Allou, 1117 dear, wo havo somo now
neighbors in thut llttlu house on tho cor
ner." "Yes, mother, so I huvo board. Mry
Alordmmt called whllo you woro Rons mid
told mo nlmiit tliem. Hho nsked mo very
sarcastically If I Intended to call."
"i'rldn must Imvo u full, nnd Mriry Mor
daunt will AM It out mtino diiy. If they
ro rospcotnble, I shall k) to we tlioin. Did
7011 learn their nuinof"
"Yes, mamma) It 1m qtiltuit pretty nam.)
Uallownjr. Thoro uro Mr. and Mrs. IIul-
tnwnv. nml thnlr flntiuliti.r. 1'ruirl. wlift. aim
uiyi, U a porfoct bounty. And tlion thoro
in i ptiu ttiiu iun lib u ujnuiiiuu lb i. iuj
bad they nro In hiicIi reduced circumstances,
lint I lntond to gonial hco them anyway."
In a remarkably ihort npco of tlmo Mr.
Dolmnz had borploHiind biscuit made, and
tho ttblo was not for dinner ulion Mr.
llolmuz camo In. Bhu It opt no nonunU,
for hIki would not, shosnld, do iihhoimo oth
ers did Mjnd half their husband's wii(i"i
to pay iiHsrvuut because thoy woro too lny
nnd proud to do thu work thoiuMdvcs. Mr.
Ucliiiuz was u ciirpontur, nnd, on account of
IiIh superior workinuiinlilp and excellent
tiuto, Imd boon employed to oxecute tho
lino work of an elegant now houw that
wan Uilna finished out in thosubuibsuf
tho city. It wiii n largo itono front and
bud excited tho fancy and curiosity of tho
citizen, ni It wm not known definitely
who wns tho owner of It. Tho ngunt U u
wealthy ontlomon from Now Vork city
VIM suporlntondllig tho building.
'1'lils K"tleinon wuh noun other than
Mr. Ilulloway. Jfo hud Ih-cii tntvnllnun
rear for tho boned t of IiIh and IiIh wlfu'n
licjilth, and, stopplnu for a fotv duyH In tho
quiet city of 8,, they hccauio dollithtnl
with tliulxvjutlf ill winery nnd liivlu'initliiK
olliimto and dccldiMl to llvo thoro, Honilliu?
for bit prlvnUi iitfont, tint work of building
a miltnblo rcildomo wiih commenced tin
mudlatvly. Not wIh1i1ii to bnve It know n
timt tho now Iiouho whm iiii, Mr. Ilallavmy
enjoined srercoy on IiIh nitnnt. 'i'hoy neiit
for hovernl of tholr rclutlvqri and frlonilH
nd concluded to camp out until their
houxowmi llnlshed, but, lelnu ovortakrn
I by tho cold wunthor, decided tompomrlly to
oooupy tim "iittio nouso."
"Motbor,"wild 1'wirl Hnlloway a day or
two after thoy hud moved, "I wonder If
any of tho nolhbori will cull on tin. May.
bo thoy nro too arUtourntlo to do no, for wo
huvo not Hindu much of an apjiourunco."
"If thoy do o, It will bo hoiiio oiio who
comes for our truo worth and not our up
ponraiicu or out of curiosity, " wild Mrx.
"My dear," said Mr. Jlelmuz to IiIh wlfo
tlntt ovenlttK, "I think you and Allio bud
better call on our new nolglihor In tint lit
tlo liiniHo on thu corner. You Miy tlmt
Mrx. Clark nnd Mrs. Hinlth aio nut K"l":(
bcniuu tho now peoplo uro poor, but It
will do) on no harm to no. "
"Vus," oblmcd In tho HYiint ulro of
Alice, "I met tholr (IniiKlilor I'n.irl tho
other day. and hIio Is so Kwoet IooUIiik thut
I Just fell in Ioto with ber, Iduclund
tliuti und theru tbat I would know hor bu
"Thoy did not oomooutnf curiosity, I
know," suld 1'iur) llnllowuyii few uiiyx
fterwnrd, a Mrs, Dolmaz and Alluo do-
STILL ON HAND
'o, Indeed, I don't think thoy did," re
plied hor mother. "I admlro Mr. Uolumz
wy much, und I ndvlso you to bcoonio
better acciuiilntod with hor duilRhtor Alluo.
She Hcouin to Ijo Hitch a Hweut girl."
1 ' Yen, Indeed, I will. I know wo nhull bo
"Why, I bco you bavo cidled on your
nelghborH In thut llttlo bouse," Mild Mm
Kinlth to II r. Iklmuz a few duyH after.
"What kind of people uro thoy? I did not
llko tholr appuuruueo n bit, and thoy are
III very red need circumstances, nro thoy
iiotp I am alwuyH very particular about
whom I K to mo, but nomo peoplo nro not
at nil luirtleulnr." -
"Well," replied Mm Holmaz, "I never
met peoplo whom I liked ho well in m
tdiort an actmulntunco. I advlnu you to go
und kvo them."
"No, not II lJut I wish you much Joy
in your now acquaintance, and I will go
and too them us uu act of charity, If they
are In need of anything, for tbon I vhould
coiiHlderitinyduty. well, gooduy." And
tho depurtad to rojKjrt to Mrs. Clark und
tho rest of tho neighbors.
Threo weeks paKRwl, and by thut tlmo
Allco I3olma and 1'earl llulloway woro
fimt frlondu, us were tholr mothers. Of tho
neighbors iiouo of tho rest called, und
tunny woro tho light remarks mado In thu
bearing of Allco nnd bor mother. ,
Olio bright autuiiin morning l'enrl Hal- i
lowny camo for Allui to tuko n walk. j
"Ah it is nleo walking, let iih go nut to
thut new Iiouho In ,tho Huburlw," nuhl thu
"Ych, thut Ih Just where I wanted to go,
for I Imvo not t-con It nlneolt Iiiih been fin
ished, and wu uro to move In next wook."
"Why, aro you going to llvo tberor I .
thonuht li irentlitiiiiin from Vim- York I
owned It. You Hurely aru JoHtlng."
"No, I am not. Hut you uro right tho
owner Id u wealthy gentleuiaii from New
York, for that Ih papa. Wo kept it eeoret,
JiiHt fur tho fun of It. I thought It would
l5i ho nleo to play wo woro poor peoplo to
koo If thu nelghborH would coiim and .co
"Hut why did you not tell mo before
although I would not huvo loved you any
better If I thought you weru n prliucHsf"
Tho respected female lnthnturlntueratlu
neighborhood were MirprUcd to Hcuuhund
nomo carrlugfl drlvo up to tho guto of the
Insignificant llttlu hoiifcoand Mr. and Mrs.
Ualtnwuydoiiurt In It, whllo 1'carl went In
another with u distinguished looking gen
tleman. Hut their mirprUo was still great
er when they did not return. You can
linuglnu tholr cbugi In wbon they heard tho
Thoro wero over 100 InvltntloiiH to the
Wedding tent to u distance, but tho Del
muz family und n few others woro thu only
unoH of that town that weru theru.
Pearl Hallowiiy Ih very proud of her no
bio looking husband, Clement Yoorhiy,
whllo Allco lklmn. Ih txgluntng to Uiluk
more of Wtllnrd llulloway than nho docs of
J'oarl, nlthoijgh iilio will not own 1U Kx-
MpoIianioH1 Homo, oorner Hotel
nnd Nuuiinti stroctn, lodging by
day, wook or month. TormB: 26
and 60 contH por night. U, nnd
81,25 por week.
new and Pretty Patterns !
at your option, 15, 12, 10,
Etc. Etc. Etc.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
A ship load of Agateware
would bo a big lot for one
btore even in tho United
States; it's a big lot for Hono
lulu and more than wo receiv
ed, but what wo did got on
two sailing vessels would as
tonish the peoplo if thoy saw
all tho articles in one pile.
Our stock ( f Agatewaro is
selected from "Firsts" not
"Seconds;" tho quality is tho
best that can be mado and we
sell it at tho piece you used to
pay tor tho second quality.
This means a saving of 33 Jf
per cent, becauso the life of a
first-class prico of Agateware
is a third longer than ono of
tho second class.
When buying for the holi
day season tncro is more
pleasure in receiving a usoful
present than in a bauble.
Every housewife loves good
China and there is nothing
moro beautiful than a set of
Haviland. We have a com
plete stock of th'iB ware and
sell it in full sets or single
pieces so that if you want to
fill up a set that has been
broken or purchase a dozen
ilntes or a courso set you can
J. T. WATERHOUSE
8, 6, 6 ynrds for $i.o.
Special attention glveu to dlscnseH of iho
ye and ear.
Office hours ll
Waiannenoa Avo. noar Court HoUhe. . CS tf
(Physician -:- and - Sur:, . ;:
Besldonco next ton. W. Schmidt.
Kal Ueretonln Htreet
Bjuliltr. Diseases of Fje Ear, Nose and T j ui
DR. C. A. PETERSON
.... ItKMOVKU TO ....
No. 28 Emma Strc
Offlco Honrsi 8 to 10 a. m., 2 ( i n,,l
7 to 8 p. m. Telephone 76'J. m;7 .,
DR. BERT. F. BURGESS',
Physician andSiuc jjl
Hours: 8:30 to 10 a. in., 1:30 to
4p. ra and 7 to 8 p. in. , . .
416 Punchbowl street or ll!l Miller -ii'd,
Honoluln, Oahu. n,.,.n '
I. MORI, M. D.,
Oilico: Corner Fort nnd Kulaii iU,
Roeidonco, Arlington Hotel.
Houm 7 to 8i30 k raj 4 to 8:30 n m, Hat
Btday andSanday, 1 to 0 p w. Tel. 0;Wf
G-eo. H. I-Iudclv,
D. D. 8.,
15.12 Fort Street. lIourn fioni 0 o in. to
v M a: if
A. C. WALL, D. D. S.,
BoUl Street, Arllufiton OotlnKe.
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