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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, December 23, 1896, Page 7, Image 7',
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EVENING UULLETIN, DECEMBER 23 18Jtt. 7 "'?SB
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
Iwnkami offers a silken bargain
at his storo.
Conoort by tho Quintette club
at "W. W, Dimond's store tonight.
Evorybody is getting it pleas
antly "in tho neck" at The Kash.
The Board of Health will hold
its regular weekly session this
Tho loading grocery firms will
not open thoir places of business
Minister Cooper is expected on
tho Tallinn and Pnul Noumanu on
the Doxt Australia.
Licenses to carry firearms aro
boing distributed to members of
tho Oitizoun' Guurd.
In lluesia jou must mnrry be
fore 80 or not at all, and you may
many ouly five times. .
. Children of tho Christian
Church Sunday school will Jiuvo
their Christmas this evening.
A number of the Sharpshooters
will indulge in a fifty-round con
test at the butts on Christmas day,
Love's bakery is prepared to
roast turkeys, chickens, etc., for
Ohribtmiis dinuors. Leave orders
Tho adjourned aunual meeting
of the Oaliu Railway and Land
Com puny takes place this after
noon. Pacific Kebeknh Lodge, I. O.
O. I1'., moots tonight instead of
Friday, tho regular meotitig
The .Hawaiian Quintette- Club
wi'l givium opeu air concert m
tho veranda at Dnnond's at 7:!)0
C'tlonol Soper collected over
$250 yesterday as a Christmas
box for Charley Peterson, tho
Diamond Head lookout.
Pickled pigs' feet, head cheeso,
livor, Bologna and bieakfast hui
sages aro to be found at the Cen
tral Meat Market for Christmas.
Sir James Grant predicts that
tho gold output of Cauada, es
pecially of I3iitit.li Columbia, will
astonish tho world at no distant
Tho Sunday School of tho sec
ond congregation of St. Andrew's
Cathedral will have their Christ
mas tree Monday ovoning, De
Toys aud dollB will bo rattled
off without reserve by W. S. Luce
tomorrow eveuing. Household
goods such asrugs, etc., will bo
offered tho sumo time. Last
chance to redeem the good name
of Santa Claus.
Ladies' day at tho Pacific TenniB
0 ub grounds and recoptiou to
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Wilder this
afternoon. Tho baud will also
give the weekly concert ut tho
government building, commen
cing nt 4 o'clock.
Walnut shells are in demand in
Loudon for the purpose of adul
terating ground cinnamon, and
bring more than whole walnuts.
Tho powdered shells aro not dis
tinguishable unless the micros
copic examination is an unusual
ly careful one.
Paddy Ryan has taken the man
agement of tho Anchor Saloon,
Mr. Cunningham, the former
manager, having resigned. Mr.
Ryan's many old friouds havo
made him congratulatory calls.
This popular resort will continue
in public favor under his efficient
It is roportcd that Tom Jamos,
the ex-stoward of tho Australia,
lost a pot of monoy oh the Fitz-simraous-Sharkey
fight. To a
Call reporter ho said: "lam glad
1 am leaving San Franoisco short
ly. This is tho best I can say for
a city that would permit a man to
bo robbed of his money as Bob
Tho Bulletin aoknowlodgos
tho receipt of a fine Bilk handker
chief with a late portrait of Presi
dent Dole in ono corner. It is a
very pretty piece of work. All
you havo to do uowadayB is to
purchase a dozen white silk hand
' kerchiefs, take them to Williams'
gallory and they will put tho
picture of your wife, mother or
sweetheart in one corner and
guarantee it to bo a good likeness.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Belter Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ask Your Orocer For It,
UNION FEED CO., Sole Agents.
Wray Taylor will lead the reor
ganized Y. M. C. A. orchestra.
About ton more stray dogs wore
gathered into tho Iwilei fold to
day. The Pantheon tonsorial artist
is around again, and looking out
One Chinese chefn nnddlor ran.
rosonts the sum total of arrests
mado by tho police today.
Tho now olectrio motor for H.
Huckfeld & Co.'s coffeo mill is bo
ing put in position today.
Dentist A. F. Wall will locato
in the upper story of tho now
Lovo building after January 1st.
The streets have been crowded
with ladies today, all busily en
gaged in that blissful feminine
occupation known as "shopping."
A uativo -was arrested this
mtmiiui! and is held pending in-
having stolon a coat from a Japa
nese. Venison, turkeys, geeso, ducks,
chickens, small roasting pigs, aud
other meat delicacies are to bo
found at tho Central Meat Market
Tho old Honolulu Halo looks
quite respectable, since it has
I be6u fixed'np. Tliurston & Stan-
' ley's law offices aro now located in
the upper story.
A gang of hoodlums is in tho
habit of holding forth opposito
tue ralama oliapel at Liliua and
King streets. They insult ladies,
and nro a regular nuisanco to
I respectable people passing by.
Chinese bngan a mild rush for
return permits today, to go homo
by tho China for tho domestic
new year's. That Bteamcr on this
trip allows them a margin of a
few dnys only to bo home in time
for the fireworks.
Minister King assured a Bulle
tin reporter today that no moro
time will be wasted over the now
firo station. As soon as tho bids
have beou received the contract
will bo awarded and tho building
pushed to completion.
Castle & Cooko have distributed
tho handsome calendar of tho
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. Its artistio picture
this year is of a wreck off High
land Light, Capo Cod, Mubb. Tho
life-saving crew is pulling for the
F. J. Lowroy makes tho an
nouncement that C. H. Coleman,
of Marion, ludiann, has been
selooted as general secretary and
physical instructor of tho Young
Men's Christian Association. Mr.
Coleman is expected to arrive on
tho next trip of the Australia.
Prepare to bo made happy to
morrow by the OliristmaB Evo
uunouncoiuont of E. W. Jordau,
proprietor of tho old No. 10 store
on Fort Btreot, renowned from
time immemorial as a brilliant
emporium of tho finest lines of
holiday goods for old and young.
The Christmas exercises of tho
Chinese Sabbath Schools will bo
held at tho Chinese church on
Fort street on Ohiistmns Evo, bo
ginning nt 0:30 o'clock. An in
teresting program of carols aud
recitations has been arranged for
the occasion. All friends are
cordially invited to be preseut.
A fiuo lunch will be served
Christmas day at tho Anchor
saloon. Turkey, suckling pig, etc,
will be served by Ryan andNooly,
bosideB the best liquid refresh
ments. If you aro unfortunate and
haven't got an invito among
your friends for dinner, you wou't
mako any mistake by going to tho
The telephone is a great insti
tution. Little Binks always want
ed to tell big Brasher that ho
thought him a mendacious scoun
drel, so ho rang him up on tho
wiro tho other morning and did
On Chiistraas D.iy a Lnnoh will be
From 11 a. m. to 3 p. m.
7oast Turkey, Suckling Tigs
and Oilier Delicacies.
All nudor tho direction of that yopuluv
Miiolofist, Tmldy ltyan, iwniatol by hia
KiRUt Uuud Mna, Mr. Nooly. -101-St
Highest of all in Leavening Strength. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. - - r(ffiBBttfitf,a 'US
that are surpass
ing in delicacy,
of odor, can be
Hobron Drug Co.
King und Fort.
For Christmas 1
fresh Mince Pies,
N. B. Parties can havo Christ
mas Turkeys, Chickens, etc.,
roasted to order by leaving orderB
.Nuts, Raisins, Oranges,
Roll Butter, Etc.
H. E. rlclntyre & Bro.,
400 Cruifti King aud Fort Sts. Jit
Hints For Your Christmas Shopping
Court Plastor Casos,
Postage Stamp Cases,
Billiard Cue Chalkors,
Pocket Cork ScrewB,
Collar Button Boxes,
Neck Tio Rings,
Neck Tio Olusps,
Shaving Cups and Brushes,
Wfe M.IIII KIIHIlfllllll -SB
of neck fixing
no hobbeis ' '
Right in quality,
Right in design,
Otiv regular customers
Wo unut a chauco
open tho eyes
of tho other follows.
Onco you aro horo
you won't got away
9 Hotel Street : : WSYCrley BM
Auction Sales by W. S. Luce.
nt my Sulesroom
AT 7 O'CLOi'K P. M
On THURSDAY, Dec. 24
Di8f0d mid Undressed by tho
Scr.ro i : .
Toys, Toys, Galore.
No R-st-rve Must Go.
lXoga, Sill: Unuillierchiefs,
Toile' riiinp, l'erluraory,
Picture, Inlrtid Jnpancso Waro,
Etc., Eto , Etc.
W. S. LUCE,
Gold and Silverware,
Crockery nd lvorywaro,
While Grnss Oloth, Mattings,
Wicker mid Steamer Ohnirs,
Cignrrf. Ktc, Etc.,
WING WO TAI & CO.,
214 Nur.anu Slrcot, Honolulu,
Pin Tray 8,
Shoo Horns and Hooks,
Nail aud Cuticle Knives,
Mirror, aud Comb,
Bon Bon Boxes,
Hair Pin Cases,
Dental Floss Casos.
N. S. SACHS'
520 ITort Street
Best Value Ever Offered,
&F- I I I I
Childrons' Fancy Handkerchiefs nt 50 and GOo. per dozon.
Ludios' Fino hemmed stitoh oumbiio flandkorohiefs at 83c a doz
oik .hmhroiderod Handkerchiefs nt 10c. ouch or $1 a dozon.
Ln dies' Embroidered Handkerchiefs, with scalloped edge 2 for 25c
or $1.25 per dozon.
Lndios Embroidered Handkorchioh, hommod stitch, 3 for 50c.
Our Embroidered Handkerchief for 20c. can't bo boat.
Our stock is most oorapMo, and priced oclinso all former quotations.
SB"? fl d8
Lao es eno u
In tan, navy blue, cardinal and bl.vok
3E3Cii3.tsi to S51xoji037
WHAT TD BUY,
Useful and Orndmoutal Articles well adnptod for Holiday Gifts:
Fino Leather Purses, Hand Bags, Pans,
Fine Hand Run Lace Scarfs,
Fancy Laco Neck Wear, Fancy Tidies,
Real Lace Handkerchiefs,
Battenberg Laco Scarfs, Toilet Sets,
Laco Bed Sets, Fancy Table Covers,
Cashmero nnd Silk Shawls,
Embroidered Doylies, Fine Damask Towols,
a fino assortment of
Children's Cnshraero and Silk Coats,
Children's Muslin Embroidered Hats,
Infants' Silk Bonnets,
- At Special Low Prices.
Our Big Doll Will Be
Given Away !
GTuist rKeceaVod. per -A-u.stra;lisu
Atmores' Mince Meat in glass jars,
Old Homestead Minco Meat in 1 lb. pkgs.,
Cuttings' Mince Meat in 2 lb tins,
R. and R. Plum Pudding in 1, 2 and 3 lb. tins,
Cranberries, Candied Peel,
California Sweet Potatoes,
Now Crop Raisins, Nuts, Dates, Figs,.
Apples, Queen Olives, Asparagus,
Maple Syrup, Edam Cheese,
Creamery Butter, Hams, Bacon,
Crackers, Cheese, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Muln Office Telephone No. 5.1. 1. O. Box No. 222 llronch Offico Telephony No. 833.
Oahu Lumber and Building Co., I'd.
Lumber Merchants. Ooatractoro & Builders.
Doors, S.ishos, Paints, Oils, Builders' Hardware, "Wall Papors and
Matting, Etc. Manufacture All Kinds of Moulding.
1! ul n Offlco. Lclro, King tittcet. linmch OMko nnd I'lnniu Mill, corner King mul
Bethel KtroetH. LaiUlior YuriU, Leloo mul Lot iiour II. It. Depot. Private tmok connect
iug with O. It. it L, Co, It. K.runB through onr janls to It. 11. Mluirt ami nny pnrt o
Ewa anil Walnuuo Btutions. 13.1-tt
iist : sqm
I I I
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212 King Street.
All in Sterling Silver some as Low as 50 Cents.
I-X F. "WIOHMAN.
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