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EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 14, 1896.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Dr. 11. II. Itoiil oE Wninlua ia nt
Moutoguo-FuuHt Company at
tbe Opora house tomorrow night.
Holland is tho only country in
Europo that admits coffee froo of
Frosh OyBtor Cooktnila at tho
Moruhaut's Exchange all this
Bund concort at Emma Hquaro
this ovoniug ot tho usual hour.
Program in anothor column.
Jim Shorwood pi tho Long
Branch baths 1b having another
tussle with his old enomy rhou
mntimn. G. P. Wilder, president o the
Kahulut Ituilroad Company, was
among the Likuliko's passengers
La Loio Fuller, tho peerless
dutiut r, is supposiHl to buoil boaid
the .Doric due hero on Thursday
from Shu Frauehiuo.
Tho Pnlmnn kindergarten will
open tomorrow morning under
IMiss Uuckoy, an experienced
teuuher from Chicago.
December's issue of tho Plant
ers' Monthly has moro of tho re
ports submitted at tho annual
mooting of thoAssociation.
Archbishop Maohray, tho Pri
mate of Canada, who has just re
turned to the Dominion, is tho
tallost Bishop in the world.
It is reported that James
Bolster, for a numbor of years a
reporter on tho Bulletin, is very
ill on Hawaii and not expootod to
J. D. Cockott, with tho- firm of
Theo. H. Davies it Co., returned
from Hawaii yesterday. Ho was
accompanied by Mrs. Cockott and
Miss L. Cockett.
Captain William Matson, who
owns a lino of sailing vessels
plying between Hilo and tho
Coast, is in the city, having conio
over on the Likolike.
Lewis & Co. furnish Christmas
treed, with articles to hang on
them and candles to light them,
besulos being able to supply tho
festive board with ovory delicacy.
In spito of tho windy weather
yesterday tho Waikiki roads and
park wero thronged during tho
nftornoon, and there wus the usual
big attendance at tho band con
cort. J. T. Waterhouso suggests that
thoro is nothing hotter for Christ
mas presents than china and cut
glasB ware reduced in price to
come within the reach of every
body. A now brick store building is
going up on Fort street, below tho
Club Stables. It is boing orocted
by Fred Harrison and is to bo
occupiod by E. A. Williams as an
undertaking ollico and storeroom
for marble monuments, etc.
Tho Pilot Chart of tho North
Pacific for December says: "Oc
casional squalls may be expected
in tho vicinity of tho Hawaiian
Islands, and iu tho region of tho
doldrums, though much Iobb fro
quontly than during the previous
Alderman Phillips, London's
new Mayor, is a Hebrew and a
man of immouso wealth. By
trade ho is a woolen draper in a
very largo way of business. Ho
is married to a sister of Sir Ed
ward Luwson of the Loudon
Dr. Emily B. Ryder's lecture
on Saturday was attended by tho
usual goodly number of ladies.
Tho lecturo discoursed on hygiene
and home nursing, treatment of
babies and children, and care of
tho skin, hair, teeth, oyes, hands
nnd feet. Her information and
advice wero evidently valued
highly by tho auditors. Dr. Ry
der lectures again this afternoon.
As will bo seen by a Vancouvor
dispatch printed iu another
column, tho now steamer of the
CanadianPaoifio lino thoAorangi
formerly in tho Orient lino be
tween London and New Zealand,
is expected out from England
shortly. A description of tho
now steamer was given in tho
Bulletin of November 2, with tho
news of her chartering for this
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DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
,Uk Your Grocer For It.
UNION FEED 00., Sole Ayents.
G. N. Wilcox of Lihuo is in tho
Mrs. F.W.Glado and two child
ren camo over from Kekaha yes
terday. There is plenty of local news to
be found on tho inside pagos of tho
Limo is for Bale by tho O. L.
& B. Co., and may bo ordered at
tho mill, Kiug and Bethel Btroots.
A life sizo crayon handsomely
framed of tho hte Mr. Pua is on
exhibition at tho Btudio of J. J.
Mrs. Thomas Brown was Btill
very weak and ill this morning.
Rev. Alox. Mackintosh is improv
Thoro will bo a meeting of tho
Board of Directors of the Piouoer
Building and Loan Association
this ovouing at tho usual hour and
F. Wittrnck, who combines
J gonoral merchandising at Mokao,
Maui, with tuo postniastorslnp
and school nnoncv. is at the Ar-
There will bo a meeting of tho
oflicors of tho Annoxatiou club
this afternoon at 4 o'clock in L. A.
ThurBtou's oflico to perfect tho
organization of tho club.
N. Onisted, postmaster and
storekeeper of Hana, who was
burned out of house and homo
last Tuesday, is making his head
quarters at tho Arlington.
The man Clancy, who shot
himself on tho U. S. S. Adams, is
doing aB woll as can bo expected,
but whether he will livo or not
cannot yet bo determined.
Tho polico ascribe thoir rocent
dofcat at the butts by Company E
to want of practice, and Bay thoy
are in no shape to shoot after bo
ing on duty all night boforo.
Scats are selling rapidly at tho
Wall, Nichols storo for tho per
formance of tho Montaguo-FauBt
company tomorrow evening.
Prices aro $1.00, 75 and CO cents.
Wing Wo Tai & Co., tho well
knowu Chineso merchants of Nu
uanu street, call attention to a
largo lino of gold und silverware,
crockery, ivory and silk goods,
The case against Otto Graof,
charged with maintaining a re
sort at which gambling is per
mitted, which Imb been hanging
lire in the polico court for somo
time, was nolle pros.'d today.
Colonel Fisher Bays ho will or
range for the 100 man shoot witli
tho California regiment to come
off on Saturday, January 9 th.
Some good scores are boing made
by the local team in practicing.
The Oahu Lumbar and Building
Company has a doublo column
notice in this issue, calling atten
tion to thoir extensive lumber
yards, planiug mill, aud stock of
doors, Bash, wall paper, builders'
By order of John F. Colburn,
assignee oC tho bankrupt estate of
II. F. Poor, Auctioneer Morgan
will sell two Pearl City lots at
auction on Saturday noxt ut noon
at his salesroom. Ouo of tho 1 ls
is adjacent to tho Pearl City de
pot. A bill of sale has been recorded
from the Viug Fat Company to
tho Oahu Lumbor and Building
Company transferring tho mill,
mill tools and loaso of mill build
ing on tho corner of Bethel aud
King streets for tho considera
tion of S4G80.
Throe Chinese wero arrested
this moruiug on complaint of a
native hack driver who accuses
them of battory. Tho Chineso aro
employed aB helpeis ut tho stable
where tho hack man kcops his
team, and tho arrest is the result
of u row in which tho hackman
got tho worst of it.
Is essential at this timo of tho
year in order to koop np tho
health tone aud rosist tho sudden
changes in tho tomperaturo and
exposure to diseaBo germs. Puro
blood and perfect health after bo
ing obtained can bo presorvod by
using Seattle Beeh, tho only
strictly puro boor in tho market.
Since its introduction iu Hono
lulu it has drivon all other boors
to tho wall. On tap or in bottles at
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
OmcK: SOS Merchant Btreet, Campbell
Block rear ot J. 0. Cartel' offlco. P. O.
Highest of all in Leavening Strength. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
Tha.t V"edy oi iu it
HOBItON DRUG CO., Agents.
DR. EMILY B. RYDER
Tuesday, at 8 o'clock p.m.
Y. M. C. A. Hall,
Life Imong the Orientals
Tickets 50 Cents.
Maiu Office Telcphouo No. 53. P O. Box Xo. 222 Branch Oflleo Telcphouo No. 838.
Oahu Lumber and Building Go., I'd.
Lumber Merchants, Contractors & Builders.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN i
Doors, Sashes, Paints, Gils, Iiuilriors' Ilmlwnro, "Wn'l Pitpors and
Matting, Etc. Muuufiictiiru All Kinds of Moulding.
Muin Oflleo. Lf leo, King Htieet. Branch Oflico and Planing Mill, corner King and
Bethel Btrcc 's. Lumbor Yards, Leloo and Lot near It. K. Uenol Pnvato track connect
ing with O. It & U, Co. K. R. mns thiowgh om junto tu R R. wharf and any art of
Eru and n ii'iie at .ti ns. -lS2-tf
Hints For Your Christmas Shopping
Court Plaster Cases,
Postage Stamp Cases,
Billiard Cue Chalkers,'
Pocket Cotk Screws,
Collar Button Doses,
Neck Tie Rings,
Nock Tio Clasps,
Postal Seal os,
Shaving Cups and Brushes,
All in Sterling Silver
If others uro j ormitted tn give
Doll Tickots we will give DIA
MONDS to o.irB.-st Customer?. A
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To Every Cash Purchaser
of Goods !
SCer Terms on MONDAY.
Tte Diamond Iing
Will bo on Exhibition at Our
Storo THIS EVENING.
H. W. Schmidt $ Sons,
Von Holt Block, Kltie Street.
LOINS & RIBS of PORK,
Parties wishing any of these Refrigerated
Goods should order early
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
482 2w King ttreot, Honolulu.
A Furnished Cottage of two or throe
rooms by two gentlemen. Apply at this
offico 481 3t
Shoo Horns and Hooks,
Nail and Cuticle Knives,
Bon not Brush,
Mirror, and Comb,
Bon Bon Boxes,
Hair Pin Oases,
Dental Floss Casos.
some as Low as 50 Cents.
N. S. SACHS'
A. Xino .Assortment o(
Useful and Ornnmoulal Goody,
at exceedingly low prices. ...
bland 33ags, Chatoloins and Puwes,
in alligator and seal aud fancy leafier. .
t-Iand Ran Laco Scarfs and Collarettes,
in tho vory latest designs. ,
Hattenberg Laco Scarfs and Fancy Tidies
with squares to malch
G-uipuro Scarfs and Emb. Toilet Sots.
A few choice pairs of
Chenille and Two toned Satinette .Portieres,
theso are now and vory olegant. ,
Embroidered Doylies, Fine Damask Towels,
n most elaborate assortment of
Dadies Fmbi'oiderod Handkerchiefs.
Theso aro absolutely and beyond any question
of doubt, the best valuoB in tho market.
Lace Bed Sets, Drawn Work Squares.
I- ,3Lesi9 and
01liloLro3.JS, Capes !
At Prices that will Please All.
Don't . Forget . the
Cashmere and Silk Coats, Silk
Bonnets, elegant Muslin Embroid
ery Hats, fine Infant Dresses.Bibs,
etc , etc., etc., etc.
Our Big Doll Will Be
37. Gr.. T,li2T-o.320.!'s Book.
Store, Port St.
Presents its usual Holiday attractions in Novelties of the
Season for Young and Old.
, RT I'nrly bujers eccuro tliu iln)lce ol kcU-ctlons frum tliv ilnvst Unea of 18U7 calcmlar
nnil CUrlstmas cards. '
ltimipj)'H lcatlior K'Jodg, liolliky hooks atid booklots, caiuei, for
jiarlor and fiold, dolls of all sizes und kindfl.doll currinKos, velo
cipedes, waRons, Lurrows, liaby swing olmirs, bIioo lly rockers,
alphabet nnd building blocks, rubber toys, iron toys, tin toys,
wood toys, lncohnniPAl toyH, motal nnd chitin toa tetB, rolls
crepo tlstuo, (lower tissuo, white chlua for painting, innuicarn
nnd toilet sots, traveling oases, brush sets, work boxes nnd bas
kets, photo nnd autograph ulbums, holiday papetories aud sta. '
tionory, silver mounted Inkhtnnds, deHk pads, foldere. siKinge
cups, photo frames, etc .oflleo nndpockot diaries for lb07, with
many other articles that must bo mxh to bo appreciated.
"A Word to the "Wise is Sufficient."
GRAND EXHIBITION OF PAINTINGS
1-IOWAED 1-L ll'Ol-ICOCK,
5u Now o Snlo at tho Art R)oms of tlio
PA.OIFIC TrIA.K-DW"A.HJB CO.
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