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EVENING BULLETIN, DE0EMI3EK 20, 1896.
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LOCAL AND GENEKAL
Circus nt 8.
Emma square concort at 4:30"
Honry Mncfarlano is spending
Christmas in town, f
Many people have boon wishing
todny was a holiday also.
Judge do la Vergtio is expected
homo from Kauai tomorrow.
The program for the Makoo
Island band concort tomorrow
afternoon appears on another
A daughter was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Finuk P. Hastings on
Di'Ci'iubor 16th nt Washington,
The Methodist Japanese Sun
day Huhool lind nn entertainment
la-t evening iu the Mothodist
i' S. Desky, the welllcnowu
n ') oatiito ni'iM, returned on the
Cliino yesterday, with his wit'o
Hew H. W. Peck's discourse at
-f the Methodist church tomorrow
morning wll bo on tho topic,
"One Thing 1 Know."
There will bo a special confirm
ation uervico at St. Andrew's
cathedral on Monday morning at
10:30, Bishop Willis officiating.
The government band went out
to .Ministor Cooper's residouco at
8 o'clock this morning and played
for an hour in honor of his re
turn. Tho averngH number of nteam-
nhip-calling at this port during
18 )i? him heon ten per month.
Next year thu uveiago will bo still
Tho bund will play at tho Paci
fic Mail whatf for half an hour
this afternoon, commencing at -1
o'lluck, the occasion being tho
departure of tho China.
Tho music rendered by the
choir of the second congregation
of St. Audiow's cathedral on
Clnistmas day will bo repeated to
raoi row morning at the 9:45 ser
vico. In spite of the abundance of
money nwaitiug investmdnt hero,
thero are mortgages going on
recoid in which the rate of intor
jt est is named as 2 per cent per
Thomas Krouso of tho Arling
ton served his usnal Christmas
dinner at the Arlington yesterday.
A nunfber of friends wore enter
tained privately by Mr. and Mrs.
Tho through passengers on tho
steamship China havo been ex
ceedingly fortunate in tho leugth
of their stay in this port. The
vessel leaves for Yokohama at 5
o'clock this afternoon.
The Montague-Faust Company,
in conjunction with Wilfred Burns
and other performers, open up
another season in tho big tent at
tho comer of Beretauia and
Punchbowl streets tonight.
Special sormous will be preach
ed at St. Andrew's cathedral to
morrow, in the morning by Bishop
Willis and iu tho evening by Rev.
H. B. Gottwaltz. Tho offertories
will bo for the Propagation of tho
Gospel in Foreign PartB.
Christmas suggests music for
tho new year. Wall, Nichols Co.
having made a clean sweep of
their largo stock of gift goods, ex
cepting in lines that they never
allow to bo exhausted, coma up
smiling with inusio for every
body. Tho Christmas Troo for tho
Sunday school of the second cong
regation of St. Andrew's cathedral
will ho lighted at (5:30 p. m. on
Monday evening, December 28th.
Tho children with their parents
are roqueBtod to bo thero a littlo
before that time.
Novelties in Sunday school fetes
havo boon tho rule this Christmas.
At tho Mothodist church on Christ
mas Evo tho exorcisos wore hold
on tho promonado deck of a rop
resentation of tho steamer Austra
lia. Christmas night tho outfit
was placed at tho disposal of tho
JapauoBO mission branch of tho
church. Tho building was crowd
od with old and young of that no
tionality. It whh k bcoiio to bo
DRIFTED WOW FLOUR
Mul;c Uclier Ureud and Pastry than
Any Other Known llnmtl,
Ath Yuur (Itocer For It,
IA70.V Flilll) 00 Solo Agmlt,
MisB Parmelee, teacher of tho
pianoforte, has a card in this
Mrs. J. G. liothwoll and two
children roturned from tho Coust
by yesterday's steamer.
Parties, diunors and Christmas
troo entertainments woro tho
general rulo yesterday.
Alex. Young and tho Misses B.
nnd M. Young returned from Sun
Francisco on tho China.
Dr. O. B. High, dentist, gra
duato Philadelphia Dental Col
lego, 1892. Masonic Templo.
Tho Christmas outertainmont
of tho Chinese church Sunday
school took place on Thursday
Hon. II. E. Cooper, Ministor of
Foreign Affairs, and his secretary,
B. L Marx, returned on tho
Japanese Sunday school ontor-
! tainmeut at tho Lyceum this even
ing. Tho program was published
in ruursuay's pupor.
Tho Frawloy company spook
very well iu San Francisco of
thoir reception iu Honolulu, and
thoy havo good reason to.
Iu tho match shoot betwoon tho
police nnd Company G teams on
Christmas morning tho former
won by a score of 395 to 389.
A largo number of peoplo took
a spin out on tho Waikiki road
yesterday morning to get up a
littlo additional appetite for din
ner. A good chance to replenish
household goods is afforded in
Mis. Tregloou'K sale to bo con
ducted by J. F. Morgan on Wed
nesday. W. W. Hall will load tho Y. M.
0. A. praise service at G:30 p. m.
tomorrow, which all aro cordially
invited to attond, with strangers
It gets dark early in tho day at
Christmas limo. Lengthen tho
hours of daylight by piocnriug
ono of tho large, handsome Brad
ley & Hubbard lnmus at tho Paci
fic IlaidwnroCo.'s store.
At tho Christmas church to
morrow morning ltev. J. M.
Monroo will speak on "Retros
pect, Prospect," aud in tho even
ing on "1 Wish You a Happy
Now Year" and "KeasonB Why
Peoplo nro Not Happy."
At Kawaiuhao church tomorrow
morning tho time usually taken
up with tho morning service will
bo occupied with Sunday school
exercises. In the evening Bev. U.
H. Parker will take for the themo
of his sermon, "Tho Old aud tho
Eli Crawford was thrown from
his horso on Thursday evening on
tin Maunakea roud by boing run
into by a couple of drunken na
tives, also on horseback. Tho
natives wero nrrested nnd Mr.
Crawford was taken to tho hospi
tal where his injuries woro attend
SipiiUIiik of U'ciiilu-r.
"There is no spot on tho Paci
fic Coast, and perhaps in the en
tiro world whero tho summer
days are pleosonter than in Seat
tle," said a well-known Now York
traveling man yestordoy. "Such
a day as this, for instance, is tho
j very perfection of summer
noithor too hot nor windy, just
simply perfect. Just think whnt
a snap you Seattleitcs hove: such
delicious weather as this tho
kind that makes your soul attune
to tho poetry of existonce. Could
you imagiuo anything nicer than
a day hko this and a bottlo of
Rainier Beer ? Tho day will
make you enjoy Rainier Boor, and
Rainier Beer will make you onjoy
tho day. Rainier Beer is a de
lightful bovorngo for summer. On
tap or in bottles at tho Cri
terion. IiiIoriiiHllmi for TonrlstH.
A passenger by tho last Colonial
steamor wob mot on tho dock by
a Milcsiou Amorican friond, who
resides in Honolulu. As tho pair
waited to havo tho nowcomor's
gripsaok scrawled over with chalk
marks by tho Customs Inspector
nt tho goto tho strongor romarked
to his friond "Do yon 'ave much
rain 'oro?" lUiNiini mo boy,
gallons of it, just como up to tho
Anchor Saloon whoro thoy koon
it nlwnyfl, clear nnd cool, Wo'll
jiibt bo iu tinin for lunch too and
tlmt's tho only pluco in town
whoro thoy servo it up in propor
stylo with u (,'lfisn of IIainidii
BliHIiti) nimllUiriulixD tlio solids
They wont I
Highest of oil in Leavening Strength. Latest U. S. Gov't Report,
u present. Buy it of us
nnd you'll donate something
that will bo appreciated.
Our prices aro based on
cost, not "fancy prices."
That's an advantage, espe
cially so at Christmas time.
Hebron Drug Co.
King nnd Fort.
Election of Officers.
At tlio Adjourned Annual Meptliig
of the Stopkiioiiinra of the Oaliu Unit
way mill Lund Oomjmiiy held this
day, tho lollowlng O Ulcers were
John IT. Puty .President,
J. B Ailierton
1st Vice 1'it-Kirtent,
W F. Allen... Hurt Vloo President,
W. Q. Afhley Beorttnry,
M 1 Hutilnoii treasurer,
V. M. (liahum Auditor,
Who, KiK-tiior with J B. Cahtle,
H. M. vuii Holt mid J. G. Spont'tr,
consitliu'e the B' aid of Dlrectom.
W. G. A6HLKY,
Honolulu, DecHtiibi-r 23rd, 1890.
For Sale or To Let.
Thrco Houses near Puualiou College,
containliia (nun poven to niuo rooms, bath
room, luillx, clooetH, etc. Now, modern
mul comMiieut Quod view, healthy loca
lity. Apply to
J. A. CUTTERFIELD,
J. A. BUTTEKFIELD,
Contractor & Builder
Estimate en en. Ilcpnira nnd nltera
tiouH mude. Work given prompt nttouiion.
LIT Telephone 851. 4-3ui
Suhcr bo for the Evening Bvu-
I.EIJN Vfi cttlilS per Uinnth.
Hints For Your Christmas Shopping.
Court Plaster Casos,
Postage Stamp Cases,
Billiard Cuo Chalkors,
Pocket Cork Screws,
Collar Button Hoxob,
Nook Tio Kings,
Nock Tio Clasps,
Shaving Cups and Brushes,
All in-Sterling Silvor
Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Wednesday, Dec. 10
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
nt tho ltw (lo'iifo rif Mrs. J. D.
Trcg'o.n, Bciotuniu stroot, I will
soil nt public miction tho en tiro
household furniture, cnmpiising:
Dpholsti-ird - Parlor- SET
Chairs, Tiiblon, B.W. Bookcnso.
13 W. Bedroom Sots, Single
Bodstoids, Koa Sidobomd, Din
Feather Pillows, Mattresses.
Crocknry, Glasswuro, Stovo,
Kitchen Utensils, Iinfrigorator,
Horse, i Phaeton and Tirake,
2 Sets Harness Etc.
JAS. F. MOHGAN,
Fr.-m TONIGHT till SUN
DAY EVENING; nnd
Tnrkey Dini'cr end Plnin PniiiiE
Gold and Silvorwaro,
Crockery nnd Ivor ware,
Einbro dcreil Fans,
hilk JIu dlccrchiefs,
"White Gruss Cloth, Mattings,
Wicker and Stoamer Chairs,
OignrH, Ktc, Etc.,
WING WO TAI & CO.,
211 Nnuauu Street, Honolulu.
NOTARY PUBLIC aM TYPEWRITER
Offick: 208 Merchant street, Campbell
Block rear of J. O. Caitoi' office. V. O.
Shoo Horns and Hooks,
Nail nnd Cuticle Knives,
Mirror, aud Comb,
Bon Bon Boxos,
Hair Pin Oiibob,
Dontal i'lobs Cases,
Homo as Low as 50 Genua,
N. S. SACHS'
520 ."Fort Sbreofc
i i i
Childrons Fancy Ilandkerchipfs nt r0 nnd GOo. pordozon.
Indios' Fino hemmod stitch cumbiio Handkorohipfs at Se a doann.
Slk Embroidered Handkerchiefs at lOo. ouch or $1 a do.on.
Ludies' Embroidered Hundkercliicfs, with scallop?d edge 2 for 2.3c.
or -$1.25 per dozou.
Lndios' Embroidornd Handkerchiefs, hemmed stitch, 3 for .Wc.
Our Embroidered Handkerchief for 20c. can't bo boat.
Our stock is most coinpleto, and prico? oo'ipso nil former quotations.
B A '
In tan, navy bluo, cardinnl and bliok
lE3Crx't& to lxoo3TiS
WHAT TO BUY,
Useful and Ornamental ArticUs well adapted for Holidiy Gifts:
Fitio Leather Purses, Hand Bags, Fans,
Fine Hand Run Luco Scarfs,
Fancy Lace Neck Wear, Fancy Tidies,
Ileal Lace Handkerchiefs,
Buttenberg Lace Scurfs, Toilet Sets,
Lace Bed Sets, Funcy Table Covers,
Cashmere and Silk Shawls,
Embroidered Doylies, Fino Damask Towels,
a fino assortment of
Children's Cashmere and Silk Coats,
Children's Muslin Embroidered Hats,
Infants' Silk Bouiets,
At Special Low Prices.
Our Big Doll Will Be
T-u.st ZE3ecel-vd. pex -AuU-strsuLIa,.
Atmores' Minco Meat in glass jars,
Old Homestead Minco Meat in 1 lb. pkgs.,
Cuttings' Mince Meat in 2 lb. tins,
R. and R. Plum Pudding iu 1, 2 and 3 lb. tins,
Cranberries, Candied Peel,
California Sweet Potatoos,
New Crop Raisins, Nuts, Dates, Figs,
Apples, Queen Olives, Asparagus,
Maple Syrup, Edam Cheese,
Creamery Butter, Hams, Bacon,
Crackers, Cheese, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Muiu Ofllco Telephone No. fill. I. O. Uox No. 222 lirmioh Oflko Telephone No. 858,
Oahu Lumber and Building Co., L'd.
Lumber Merchauts, Dontracton & Builders.
Duorn, Huhhofl, l'ntiitH, Olln, Dnililnrn' irirdwarn, "Wall Papers and
Matli)5, Klo. Miiiiiifiioluiu Ad Jvind of M .Hiding.
Muiu OflU'n, T.dni, KImh Ktroet. llpiiit-li Olllnit mul IMuiiIiik Mill, otrnr KIk mul
Hulliul rIii'oIh, biinilHir Viiiiln, ll(o mul IM iienv II. It, Htwt. l'rlvtu Inwk vunnrrl.
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iiwo himI NYhUiumi ntHtloiw. I SIN l
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212 King Street.
AND DIIAUiUS IN'