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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., DECEMBER 5, 1898.
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, Tli Tiifo-u.ne Bicsrcle,
A GENTLEMAN'S WHEEL
4 A world-wide reputation for Easy Running and Fine Mechan-
ical Construction. A year in advance of any other wheel.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
EAKIN & WHITMAN,
Next to Golden Halo Iluzunr.
bins iJi ffifimst
-Native UKULELES and TARO PATCH GUITARS,
made from famous Koa wood. Superior in tone and finish.
A Complete stock of HAWAIIAN SONGS always on
GUITARS from S3. 50 up.
Be sure to ask for a Catalogue of Standard Vocal and
Instrumental SHEET MUSIC AT 15c A COPY.
Our Tuning and Repairing Department is in the hands
of an expert workman, very recently from San Francisco. Mr.
Geo. Brand will put your Piano in better order than it has ever
been in before.
BERGSTBOH MUSIC C0,Ltd.
COHNKH FOIIT AND I1EHETANIA STREETS.
A New Department !
In Great Variety on Exhibition Up Stairs.
English and German Carpets and Rugs, in
all sizes. Chenille and Tapestry Portierres. Tapestry
and Chenille Table Covers for Small Tables and
Dining Room Tables.
Lace Curtains, Quilts' aud Comforters.
Furniture Covering in Bagdad Designs.
8.F. CHECKS & CO.
TI10 Pelting Bailed for Snn
FrnnciBC fit nbout midnight Inst
Doputy Marshal Chillingworth
roturntd from Maui in tlio Olau
Thero will bo llugby praotiso
ngnin at the usual placo WedDoa
Dr. 0. A. Peterson wont to tho
other side of tho inland this morn
ing on a tour of inspection.
Tho Bereatrom Music Co.. Ltd..
have- a few suggestions to offer fo-
Christmns. See its announcemout.i
Tho Anglican Church Gbroni
clo this month beg inn its seven
teonth year with a very good
James A, Thompson, second do '
puiy clerk, goes to lialiama m tho
Kiiiau tomorrow to attend couit
Tho Friend for December Jim
tho usual spirited editorials unci
variety of ecclesiastical aud seen-
It ii now n camp rumor thai
Companies H, K and M of tlio
New York regiment will bo held
here until the 27th.
Philip L Weavor lias been ap
pointed a notur.v public. S-o
Miuister J. A. lung's notice iu
Now Today eighth page.
Quartermnstor Sergeant llohorts
of C-. H, Nv York Ynlunlprs,
has sprained his nukle aud has
now to go about on crutches.
Itoboit Parker Jr. of tho
Mounted Patrol, leaves for Wui
mea, Hawaii, in tho Kinau tomor
row to spend a throe week' vaca
tion. Picturesnno Hawaiian Caloudar
for 1800. Printed iu two 0 lors.
Thirteen Island views. "Will be
on sale at tho Golden Itulo Bazaar
after arrival of Moana. A beauty.
Public accountants aro toquest
ed by Miuistor Damon and Audi
tor Goueral Austin to mako
prompt returns to the Treasury of
all collections on Government hc
count'to Decombor 31, 1808. See
By Authority in New To-Day in
tho progressive Bulletin.
"Led Astrny" is tho piece- the
McKeo ltankin Company will
give at their last appearance in
the Opera Houbo tomorrow night.
This play ib new to Honolulu, but
it is old in its reputa'iou for ex
cellence. Tho Isunco O Noil fare
well should meet with n crowded
Christmas and New Yoar's each
falling on Sundny, Moutlay Do
comber 26, 1808, and Monday Jan
uary 2, 1800, will bo observod as
national uolidiiys and nil Govern
ment offices throughout tho Isl
ands will be closed on thoso days.
Seo Minister J. A. King's notice
under By Authority in Now To
day on eighth pge.
Tho Honolulu Bioyclo Com
pany, A. G. Hitchcock proprietor,
has removed from -100 b'ort street
to handsomo quattors in tho
Arlington block, Hotel Btrout.
When Mr. Hitchcock makes all
of hiB contemplated improvements
no win iiavo ono of tho band
somest cvoleries to bo found anv
where. See New Today on eighth
On Wednesday, Docembor 7th,
at la o clock noon, James 1. Mor
gan will sell at his saleroom, on
Quoen stront, premiso? on tho
woet side of Kckauliko etreot, next
to tho corner of Hotel streot
Thoro is a lingo building on tho
proporty containing four stores
and eleven lodging rooms, bring
ing in a rental or s-iy a month.
000 Morgan's Aaotion Hales.
I'ounil Klnvrn Tim,
Deputy Sheriff Geo. Sea made
a capture of oloven tins of opium
last Friday. A Chinaman, Chu Kit
by name, was seen by Sea on tho
street. Ho was walking along as
ifho had somolhing concealed on
bis person. Sea arrested tbo fel
low and found tho opium in a
cloth bolt about his waist. Chu
Kit was tried on Saturday and
fined $250 and costs. As tho
Chinaman was unablo to pay his
fine, ho was brought to Oahu jail
Party to Pearl City.
Princo David Kawananakoa
took-a party of 20 down tho road
to Pearl City yesterday. Included
wero Miss Nanco O'Noil and Mr.
McKeo Rankin. The Union Ex
press Co. lauuch took tho party
about tho loohs and over to Ford's
Island. Tho Quintette O ub was
in attendance A most onjoyablo
day was spent.
Holiday Season, 1898!
Largest and Finest Stock in Honolulu,
I wo enn-
011 no 0110
You will And tliom nt
"Tlio Knsli." Plain wlilto
or In fitftlitonnhlo colors;
JiikI tlio thhiK for VM
iintl Wlntor. No bettor
In tho market. Prleos from
91 to $2.50.
Hut not nil things
thnt look like lints
are hat; tho test's
In tho wear.
Try ono of our ?.1 hats
niul you will got a good
WALL, NICHOLS CO,
Gifts I J
Fop AH S'Se &
In selecting Christmas Gifts
many points are to be considered:
First of all, where is the largest
and best display to be seen r
Second, the 'quality' Jnd 'pricW
After you have convinced your
self on these two points the rest
9 Hotel Street
Mr. A. Peltoto runt one chair anJ an Italian Pro-
OHAS. MOLTENO, Prop.
Merchant ftreot, opp. Jiithl Hiilhllng.
Honoln-u Steam Planing Mill
BUILDERS & CONTH ACTORS.
Kort Btrcot, Hiinoliilu. 1030
Ki-nt8 for Dr. Delmel'a Linen-Moan
Underwear. 8eud for Cataloguo.
We Mako Shirts to Order.
Tolophono No 070.
NOTARY PUBLIC anrJ TYPEWRITEF
Olllcc: 208 Merchant street, Camp
bell Block, rear of J. O. Carter'a ofllce
1 (). Hox 194.
as I New Wwm&twz !
100 TONS SAVE JUST BEEN RECEIVED.
Read tho List.
2-4.3-I. 1-1 Ilt'ilstoniH
2-1,3-1, -MWIro niul Mots MnttrcRxoM,
I'IHown, Dining KxtoiiMloii Tuulcs,
Read the List.
Holler Ton mill Kl.it I)osIh,
Ml'iit SafoM, Kltchon Tuhlvs,
CainpMoolH, Ulciuiior Chill rs,
Army Cots, C'linlrn mill HockorH.
Dolltixt and Rubor (.'linlrs, Mirrors, etc
LOWEST CASH PltlOKS hUY THEM.
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S. "W. LEDERER,
I. O. ltox B35 Tolophono 478. Cornor Niiiihiiii mid KIiik htroots.
We have on display the
largest and greatest variety (
HOLIDAY GOODS ever offend
in Honolulu. We kilow otfrlprjces
nre right, because we'6uy right
from the manufacturers, thereby
saving the percentage made ly
the middle man. ) ' ' - '
and Best ;
When you come to our .store
we feel it our duty to familhtrie
you with the goods we carry, anil
our time is yours.
Come and inspect our stuck.
Goods are all marked in plain
Hollisier Drug Co,
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E. W. JORDAN
No. IO Fort Street.
A largo assortment of
Qontor Ttugs, Art Squares, Ho'vorsiblos,
Sofa Hugs, Fancy ami Pibro Door Mats,
Hall and Stair Carpets, Hassocks, etc.
Japanese Hugs ami Straw Mats,
Floor Linoleum, Oil Olotb,
Hall Linoleum and B ith Mats.
Marcella, Toilet and Honeycomb,
(for Doublo Bed, Tbrco-quartor and Single),
Cheapest to Best.
A splondid Assortment in all qualities,
widths and sizes.
Turkish in Linen and Cotton.
Turkish B.uth Blankots,
Damask and Huckaback,
fringed and homstitohed.
All especially good valuo. . ,
A big choice in Nottingham Lace.
Also Oroton by tbo yard. J
'. "Worth inspection. , 'i
jT Come early and got first ohoico at
E. W. JORDAN'S,
"NTo. 10 Fort Street.
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