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DO YOU LIKE CUERY?
TRUE INDIAN CURRY
NOT THE STUFF USUALLY SOLD AS CURUY
Curry Powder" as raado by us is prepared after the Origina
Recipe from the Purest Ingredients.
et tey it onojll: -i
527 Fort Street,
Prime, Fat and Juicy.
Cold Storage Turkeys,
Freshly Killed Turkeys
TELS., 326 and 192.
"'STeLDrci,, "XWowtlOL 15c. ipoa? vST,37cl2
FOR FANCY WORK HAS
8 lUPlBQ&le H 3 a
21 KAAHTJMANU ST.
ENGLISH WHITE COTTON DRESS GOODS in the newest patterns at your option, 15, 12, 10,
WHITE VICTORIA. LAWNS 60c, 75c, $1.00, $1.35, $1.50 piece.
ALL WOOL DRESS GOODS 40 inch wide at 35c a yard.
FRENCH FLANNELS in Persian Patterns.
MADRAS CURTAINS 2.75, 3.00, 3.50, 3.75, 4.50, 4.75, 5.00 a pair.
LADIES' LINEN HEMSTITCHED HANDKERCHIEFS 1.75, 2.00 dozen.
BEEN LARGE, WE HAVE
LATEST STYLES IN BONNETS AND IN
Ores. Sklrtn Aru J-i Simple, Helm
Trimmed With l'louncc, Eiubrolder.d
Hand, Braid, Etc Trimming onSltevc
Ccnflnod to tlio Upper I"urt.
Thero ia nothing strikingly uovol aa
fot in the drosses, nt least among thosa
10 fur made by tlio loading dressmaker).
The general tendency is in tlio direction
of less simple and leas stiff Rkirts.
Sleeves nro almost tight fitting, mid only
nssnmo importanco in tho upper part by
reason of tlio trimming. Tho princeus
ttylo and the uso of two ekirta, also tho
adoption of small flouucoa, cronnlations
tnd bands ornamontcd with embroidery
round tho lower part of skirts, appear
to to prodominato. Doloros continue- to
bo fashionnblo. As to materials, cloths
of light tcxturo, India and tibet cash
mores, aro to bo ohlefly worn, with fur
for trimming. Thia is tho news from
Paris as reported in the European edi
tion of tho Now York Herald, wliioh
gives illustrated descriptions of tho
modes neon in loading Paris houses.
An ovoning gown of white nioirci and
brocado ntlords n inodol for full dross
occasions. Tho skirt is round, touches
tho ground mid in tight in front and
over tho hips with tliroo godcta behind.
Tho body is low necked and out in tho
cuirass form. It is trimmed over tho
KVEN1KO AND IHNNF.rt GOWNS.
shoulders with ribbon unci (lowers. Tho
sleeves consist of doublo strips of satin
A dinner dress is of niauvo poult do
nolo. Tho skirt is flat in front and tight
over tlio hipu, tho fullness being thrown
at tlio bad;, vlicto it forms threo round
plaits. The closo fitting bodico ojwhs in
a square in front, with two squaro la
pols, trimmed with luco nnd jet embroid
ery. Tho sleoves aro long and draped
at tho top in tho shapo of a butterfly. In
tho center of tho wiugs is a bow of
STILL ON HAND
black velvet." Dolow, ""from elbow to
wrist, they nro quito tight and form n
point over tho arm.
A dress made in ono of tho light
woolon oloths has u round, plain skirt
that is gathorod round tho waist, with
godetH forming tho fullness bohiud. Tho
bodice is of silk gauffered. Over it is a
short volvot boloro, with lapols in front
and opaulets over tho sloavos. Tho
sleeves aro draped vory high and end in
points over tho hand.
Another drcra in light cloth is trim
med with mohair braid.
Tho skirt has 11 rows of this braid in
hoops, starting about half way down.
Tho body is gathered at tho waist and
is slightly blouse shaped in front, but
tight in tho baok. Down tho front nro
two wido plaits trimmed with mohair
braid, with frogs from tho neck to the
waist Tho corsago opens in tho con tor,
showing a cream chemisetto trimmed
with coru laoc.
Another protty dress is modo with n
skirt flat in front and at tho sides, with
tliroo broad plaits at tho back. The
skirt is trimmed round tho bottom with
orenulations inluld with blaok obantilly
insertion and loco. The body Is gathered
nnd forms n blouse in front, but ia tight
in tho back. Over it is a short squat o
belnro trimmed with choutilly laco.
The sleeves aro quite small above tho
elbow, and closo fitting downward from
elbow to wrist Tho upper part is covored
with a flounce, open at tho top and form
lug a square, and trimmed with oban
tilly insertion. Around this flounco is
PAWS GOWKS AND I1ATB.
uuothor smaller one, gathorod and edged
witli blaok laco. Tiie hat which com
pletes tho costnmo is of black taffeta
r.wl loco insertion, trimmed with u gar
land of red losoa nnd volvet. On the
left side aro high rosottosof bbvak talfo
ta, forming nigrots.
Moolinnios' Homo, corner Hotel
and Niiunnu streets, lodging by
day, wook or month. TormB: 26
unit 50 cents por night. $1, and
S1.25 por week.
new and Pretty Pattens I ' I
Etc. Etc. Etc.
J. T. WATEBHOUSE
So many things aro adver
tised by dealers as suited to
the wants of persons who de
light in giving during the
Christmas season. Nearly
every merchant or manufac
turer advertises that his wares
aro suitable for Christmas; it
doesn't make any difference
whether it is a needle case or
a 12 ton roller. We differ from
most merchants because wo
believe our stock contains tho
only useful articles fit to bo
nut in a stocking. In these
fin do sieclo times when Santa
Claus has ceased in the minds
of anyone abovo a four year
old, useful and beautiful pre
sents aro selected. Where is
tho Miss of fifteen who would
not rather have a set of China
in her stocking than a wax
doll? Wo have sets or singlo
pieces fit to grace any table
beautiful French Ware with
But our stock of Cut Glass
is what wins tho ladies. Com
petition in this lino of goods
has brought tho prico down
with us to a triflo abovo cost
it is clmap enough now to go
into tho homes of tho poor.
Wo havo everything in tho
lino Pepper and Salts, Oils,
Vinegar, Asparagus Dishes,
Roso Bowls, Butter Tubs,
J. T. WATERHOUSE
8, 6, 5 yards for '1.00.
Dr. W. L. Moore
Sjicclal attention given to Jit. ia of tho
eye aud ear.
I a to 4 pin.
Wulnnuenuo Ave. uoar Court Uu. t e. i03-tf
(Physician -:- and -:- -wceon fji
Keaidonco next to II. V. Btnidt,
Soeclaltr. Diseases of Eye Ear, No; wi TfcroaL
03. C. fl. PETEflSON
.... ItEMOVtl) TO
No. 28 Emma ;rest,
Offlco Hours: 8 to 10 n. m 2 to 1 nnd
7 to 8 p. m. Telephono 702. t07-2m
DR. BERT. P. BURGAS,
.Physician andSii rgeon
Hours: 8:30 to I0, i.i., . O to
4 j). m ami 7 to 8 p. i.i, . . .
440 Punchbowl street or 1W . . (lor street,
Honolulu, Ouuu. 400-tf
I. MORI, M. p ,
Oflico: Corner Fort nnd Kukui sis.
Residence, Arlington 'Sotol.
Uoursi 7 to 8:30 u nij 4 to 0:.1i p nij Sat
urday und Sunday, 1 to 5 p in. Tel. fc.TO.
Geo. EL I-Iixddv,
D. D. S.,
C:i2 Fort Street.' lloiim fro i On. in. to
1 p. m. 407 tf
A. O. WALL, D. J. S.,
Hotel Btroet, Arlington Oc-tngo,
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