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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., DECEMBER G, 1898.
Tlie TriTo-ULXie ZBicsrcle,
A GENTLEAANS WHEEL
A world-wide rpnnfntinn fnr Fnsv Runninrr nnH Finp JUprhnn-
"4cal Construction. A year in advance of any other wheel
JUAKIJU & W JbllTMAJN ,
y Telephone 746. FORT ST.
' Next lo Golden Rule Bazunr.
Good Violin, Bow, Case, etc., Complete,
Only $7.50 !
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A Few Suggestions for
From $6.50 up!
Bound Volume of
Wc have n large ami well Helcctctl stock of the above goods
on display. Call and see uh.
Also .bear In mind that wc will tiikc your OLD PIANO im part
payment on a NEW ONE. Wc hayc Just received a
large shipment o? Kimball Pianos, per Australia.
BERGSTROM MUSIC C0.,Ltd.
COIIXKK FOIIT AND IIKHCTAXIA. STRKETS.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
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.
B.F. CKCftS & CO.
Thoro was no Cabinot council
EvftDgelist Necdhnm, Y. M. 0.
Morgan's big real ostnto sale to
morrow at noon.
A kooa storm is well under way
The Coptic took no cabin pas
sengers from this port.
Dressed dolls from 15 cents to
SS DO. Golden Hulo Rnznnr.
Beautifnl Hawaiian silk flags
75 cents ouch, uolcloo Kulo 15 n
Dainty hand painted Christmas
cards mndo on bamboo at Golden
Thoro is a mascot Manila coat
aboard tho Scandia. Tho privi
lego of tho ship is given the ani
mal. Tho death of a Uulmu child,
Emily do Frank, under two years
ot nge, ou tnu ltu mst., is re
corded. The correct flawaiinn silk flags
can be obtained at E. AV Jordan's,
No. 10 Fort street. Boo his an
nouncement. Dr. It. . Andoreon is going to
mako alterations in tho Sorousnn
houso in Alakea street lately
bought by him.
Executive oflicor 0. 13. ltoynolds
poos over to tho Settlement by tho
Olaudino, oxpecting work to keep
him away two weeks.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co. nro
showing exceptional valueB in
laco curtniiiH and curtain muslins
this week. See their attractive ad
Col. Geo. W. Macfarlano re
turned in tho Coptic with good
aud early prospects of tho First
National Dank of Hawaii under
Many will remember Sergeant
Mooro who served a long timo
a. . . VV
horo with 'tho reculars. no re
turned from Mauila in tho Scan
dia this morning.
Mr. ond Mrs. E. Faxon Bishop
returned in tho Coptic from '"tho
grand tour," both enjoying excol
lent health and pleasant recollec
tions of thoir journeys.
Among tho through passengers
in tho Coptic wero tho following:
Lieut P J Worlieh, who is on his
way to Manila, and Bishop McKim
of tho Episcopal dioceso of Japan.
It, has not yet boon decided
whothor work shall continue, at
tho ovponso of tho Hawaiian Gov
ernment, on tho new slip that is
included in tho waterfront proper
ty taken possession of by the Nnvy
Minister of tho Intorior J. A.
King was served by mail, at tho
timo tho newspapor publication of
tho matter arrived, with the pro
clamatfon of the Secretary of tho
.Navy appropriating a described
portion or iionoioiu unroor ironi
Mnj. II.M.Lord of Gon.Morritt's
staff, returning to San Francisco
on tho Scnndia, was previous to
enlisting chief clerk of tho Ways
and Means Committee Mr. Lord
is a native of Rockland, Me., whero
ho has been prominent in news
paper aud political circles.
Police Court .te.
Tho following cases woro dis
fiosed of in tho Police Court this
oronoon: Ah Pui, distilling
spirituous liquor, sentenco sus
pended for six months; Cheo
Hing, smuggling tobacco from
quarantine, nolle' pros'd. Ah
Chcong, cho fa, $15 and costs;
eight Chinamen for gambling, S3
and costs each.
To Lnre on Kcanill.
Tho arrival of tho Scandia lino
caused tho hearts of tho remain
ing Now York Volunteers to flut
ter with expoctancy. Major Pur
dy said this aftornoon:
"Wo havo received no official
information in regard to leaving
in tho ocandia but our unothcial
information is to that effect. I
bolievo wo will bo on our way
homo inside ot a week.
A Fin Appointment.
Captain Echlos, ono of the offi
cers rotarning homo in tho Scan
dia, has just been appointed by
cable to one of tho finest positions
in tho American Army, that of
assistant instructor in mathema
tics in West Point. Captain
Eohles was a tutor in West Point
for some timo. It was then that
his ability was noticed and kept
in mind. Tho cable message
reached Manila a short time ago
and'Captain Eohles is now hurry
ing homo in answer thereto.
Holiday Season, 1898!
Largest and Finest Stock in Honolulu,
2 -ar vie.
i Zjm ,i:Si-i V A
If wo can
You no ono
liotly uolcoino to
Yon will find thorn nt
"Tho Knsli." Plain wlilto
or In fashloimliln colors;
just the tiling for Kail
ami Wlnlor. No bettor
In tho market. Prices front
$1 to $J,50.
But not nil tilings
Hint look like lints
nro lints J tho test's
In tho wenr.
Try ono of our $.1 lints
nnil yon will got n good
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Earopean Barber Shop.
.Mr. A. Pelxoto runt one chjlr anJ an Italian Pro
' feuor annihtr.
OHAS. MOLTENO, Prop.
Morclmnt street, opp. .Iiidd Untitling.
BUILDERS ,fc CONTRACTORS.
Fort street, Honolulu. 10o0
(Irviirtliiln fnmn I
LUUUlu U OlUtf 1 L 1(IU1IIU
9 Hotel Street
Fop All SS SS se
In selecting Christmas Gifts
many points are to be considered:
First of all, where is the largest
and best display to be seen ?
Second, the quality and prices ?
After you have convinced your
self on these two points the rest
Agonts for Dr. Delmol's Llnen-Mesb
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
Tolophono No 070.
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
I Olllce: 20S Mcrchnnt Btreet, Cump
bell Block, renr of J. O. Carter's olllce.
P. O. Hox 101.
A SUPERIOR QUALITY OF WORK.
Is tho only kind that wo turn out from our
Special attention givon
-J lu " iiiuin .ill it jl: 111-A.1 1 1 in.
Wo havo always guaranteed our
shall continue to do so.
to repairing Bicycles, H
work and 1
1 PEARSON & HOBRON, Agts
312 FURT ST. Telephone 565.
We have on display the
largest and greatest variety of
HOLIDAY GOODS ever offered
in Honolulu. We know our prices
are right, because we buy right
from the manufacturers, thereby
saving the percentage made by
the middle man.
When you come to our store
we feel it our duty to familiarize
you with the goods we carry, and
our time is yours.
Come and inspect our stock.
Goals are all marked in plain
Hollister Drug Co.
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