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DO YOU LIKE CUBBY?
TRUE INDIAN CURRY
NOT THE STUFF USUALLY SOLD AS CURRY
Curry Powder ns inado by us ia prepared after the Originn
Recipe from the Purest Ingredients.
Bar TJ&Y IT ONOJa -i
527 Fort Street, comer Hotel.
jf m u fit u ii e 9 Brail ur
Prime, Fat and Juicy.
Gold Storage Turkeys,
Freshly Killed Turkeys
TELS., 320 ntd 102.
Month we are
FOR FANCY WORK "HAS
21 KAAHUMANU ST.
WHITE COTTON DRESS
WJUJLTJfi VlUTUJttlA JLiAWiNS 60C, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $150 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
LINEN HEMSTITCHED HANDKERCHIEFS 1.75, 2.00
BEEN LARGE, WE HAVE STILL ON HAND
Tray do tli
STEINS FOR DECORATION.
Xlio lJcturitiin 'Inprct .if tlio (.urmnn
Tlio stoin, r Gurm:ui onitlicnwaro
brer mug, ia enjoying n full nimisurn of
popnlar favor just at present as an nr
ticlo both for decoration and for use.
Tlio gathering np of ai mnny uniqno
and mtcicstiuK varioticH of tlicao mugs
as they oan flml has become a fad with
luany people, and it is followed up with
i ha.a dovoted zeal which always
tl.s tlio Lolleotijig mania, whatever
ii it may c.'iuneo t tuKe. In Btu
hi lis' looms, ciubs aud b.ieh'lor apurt
m nt.s it is to bo piesumcd that tlio
btuhiKiiro intended for at least occisiou
al use, although it must bo confcBued
that ornamentation is tlio chief idea,
lint there are many purchasers of tlio
German beer mugs who would nover
dream of fillnij: them with that fluid or
any other. Thoy aro meant Fololy to bo
looked at to ba handled, if at all, with
tho utmost resycot and n high placo
amid tho moro old fashioned and conse
quently less intorosting brio-a-hrao of
tho room is t.warded them. Women
form n largo portion of tho class which
regards tho stoin as a docor.itivo object
pnroand simplo. Some importen in tho
oity havo rooms reserved especially for
their women customer, who drop in
frequently to inqiihu whether thao aro
any novelties ii, thov designs or in tho
All tho steins in this country aro im
ported from Germany, and nearly all of
them fiom tho Hliiuo provinces Tlio
oldest and beat known miiuufattoric!,
Bonio of which havo been in sistonto
for 13 coiiturits, aro in liliuuish Prus
sia, tho duchy of Luxemburg and in
Lorraimi. Certain hinds of warocharao
terizo tho ditTereut places, lint tho proc
esses to which the olny and s-tono mo
fiubjeoted in tho making aio kept caro
fully guarded by tho possessors ot tho
Fecret. Limo is ono of tho chief ingredi
ents of tho softer nurtliiurvnio lujgs
and ground quartz and fildhpar foiin
tho basis of the lnirdor. The gluiug is
au art which has taken tho greatest
ninoiiiit of httiely and esporimont to do
It is tho task of an artist to dteorato
tho hteius. All the ilguios uud iusirip
tlouH must bo painted on, aud the mug
then fired, as in china decoration in this
country, Tho work upon tlio ihom cost
ly speoimens is of u highoiderol nieiit.
Homo of thnrahed tcroll ornameiit.il ! n
cn bo niuilii by jiuttiug tlio Hof 1 1 1 iy in
to a mold, bu, tlai (Igures of imiiuiid
animals wliiuh t uid out in rului' mo
formed by an artist modeler, 'u bu naut
bo a good deal of n seulptnr in bin way
Familiar hennas from history and from
flution aro favnrlto subjects fur lllnatra
tiou on tho stulns.
GOODS in the newest pal terns
. . WAVERLEY BLOCK.
llintiiKraiih Ilolih m.
Sonio pretty photo hojdcrs nro mado
of G inoli ribbon and crochet rings.
Tho plained may bo mado 1 y, times as
long as n c ibinet photo. Tho lower end
is finished with plush balls middling
tho ribbon, and tho tipper end is fasten
ed to a filt rod with n chaui foi sus
pending thi liuldcr. Tho photo is held
iu placo b a chain of eiot In t rins.
These aro iiercd with cioolu t sill; and
ornamented with a nanow, Fo.illnned
edgo arouu . tho ring. 1'retty ir.iini h .iro
of p.ilo bhi'j, with bows of narrow pink
ribbon at tho corners of tho ring chains.
A bow of wider ribbon is fastened in
tho center of tho spaoa aboo tho picture-.
A writer in Good Housekeeping,
who calls attention to tho foregoing, is
nlso nuthority for tho following:
Another pair of holders was undo
fiom ii pice ii of pink ribbon 20 luclicH
long. Tho :orncr.sof tlio lower end wcro
turned bao to form a point. Tho upper
cornois wtau turned forward to form a
Himilar point, and e.ioh end was finished
with threo plush balls. A chain of cro
chot rings fox mod n framo for tho photo,
which was plaood about four inches
nbovo tho lower point. The rings wero
covered vkh victoiia crochet dlk and
h id a creichet edgo as decenbed for tho
fust pair. The upper end of tho ribbon
V. as folded forward, so that tho plush
ball suspened from tho point nearly
reached tho top of tho photo. A bpiay
of forgetmeuot was ciubroldeird with
Aslatio illo above the upper point. Dowh
of nanow bluo ribbon wero placed at
tho corners of tho ring frame. A gilt
rod and chain woro used to huspoud tho
DNpliij lilt Ball. ti Clili.it.
A clever do
vlco for the dis
play of china
brio-a-brao is do
pioted in Tio La
dies' Homo Join -mil.
It Is nothing
moro nor loss
than a pol.shed
Mick, into 'vhich
hooks aro I crow
ed and em which
cups may bo
hung. Tho stlok
itself hangs from
u Mirow hook un
derneath a brack
et or shelf in a
cabinet. Ah a
pendant to n, cor
ner oabiiut tho
cup Muk is an
tion. Ah some
thing in tlunamo
Hue tho houto
keopor will find
hooks useful if
forowed into tho
bottoms of tho
x cci srioii.
MioIyoh to her chin
new and Pretty Patterns!
at your option, 15, 12, 10,
Btc. Etc. Etc.
W, C. ACHI& CO., I
brokers & Dealers I
3 W.. ill Uuy or Soli Itenl Hstnto iu
all parts n( tin groii).
I7if Wo will hell X'lopailies on lteusou
able Ciitum 3-iions.
IE!CE' 10 West King Street
Piuiiuii Tract !
A Lot 50 feet by 100 feet
Ou the Instalment I'laii and 10 l'trceut
Discount for Cadi.
&" Apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Or W. C. ACHI, Roal Estato llrokor.
Septeiabur 21, 18U0. 4 12-tf
At WAIKIIC1 ou car lino onel on PA-
IjAIMA KOAJJ near 1'urtiIiziUB
These Lois aro Very CL?ip nnd Sold
on Easy T crus
Doeirnblo Aoro Tracts near tho city and
other l'uipeitics for salo.
UUUOI2, WAKING & CO.,
DealoiH in Lots and Lands,
:tl2 t-'ort Street, near King.
Tkm'phonb Ii)7 . P. O. llox 321.
For Sale or To Let.
Throe liminei mnr I'liiinhou Coll go,
coutuiiiiug (ruin .uiii to uhii) moias, bath
room, hulls, ol bets, eto. Now, u'oderu
and convenient Good viow, healthy loca
lity. Apply to
J. A. HDTrintFIELI),
.T. A J3UTTERFIELD,
CouLrjictor & Builder
ljitinmiis uhoii, Itcpalrs mid altera
tioiiB inml Wuilt given prompt atluiittou,
W 'leli'iibuuu Sat. ini'.1in
A. V. GEAR.
TeUjihono 84ij, 1 1 t 1 No. 310 Kirnj Bt,
8, 0, 5 yards for $1.00.
8peclal attention fiUcu to diseases ot the
uyo and ear.
I a to 4 pm.
Walannunuo Avo. uoir Court II0..H0. i03-tt
DR. C.T. PETERSON
.... lii-Movtn to ....
No. 28 Emma Street,
Oillce Hours: 8 to 10 n. iu., 2 to 4 aud
7 to 8 1 . m. TeU'pliono 702. -!07-2ui
DR. BERT. F. BURGESS,
i?livsician and Surge ou
Hours: 8:30 to 10 a. m., 1:30 to
4 p. m and 7 to 8 p. in. . . .
440 Punchbowl street or H:i Miller tct,
Honolulu, OuUu. 4Cfl.tf
G-eo. H. I-Iuddv,
D. D. S.,
CII2 Fort Street. Houn. fiom 0 a. m. to
4 p. in. 4G7-tf
A. O. WALL, D. D. S.,
Hotel Btroct, Arhugtou Cottugo.
QENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS,
Oor. Fort ami Queou StrputB, Uouoluln.
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Wlioleihalo Importers uud Jolbyrs u(
European and American Dry floods.
Fort mid Quiun SiimIh,
Evtnintj Itullcth 7Sc per month