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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., DEOEMUER 9, 1898.
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Tb.e Tii"bia.xie IBicrole,
'? ,' A GENTLEMAN'S WHEEL
' &A world-wide renutation for Easv Running and Fine Median
v' $tL Construction. A year in
Good Violin, Bow, Case, etc., Complete,
Only $7.50 !
A Few Suggestions for
From $6.50 up !
We have n large and well selected stock of the above goods
on display. Call and sec us.
Also bear In mind that we will take your OLD PIANO as pnrt
payment on a NEW ONE. Wc have Just received a
large shipment of Klmbbll Pianos, per Australia.
BEMSTROM MUSIC C0,Ltd;
V COUNEIt F0UT AND UUHIJTANIA. STHKETS.
A New Department !
In Great Variety on Exhibition Up Stairs.
SKEnglish 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. CKJXRS .& CO.
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advance of any other wheel.
Next to Golden Rule Buztiar.
Bound Volume of
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Beautiful Hawaiian silk flags
75 cents each. Goklon llulo Ba
Mentinrr nf thn Hawaiian Choral
club at tbo Kawaiabao Seminary
at CM tuis ovomng.
Hawaiian Sconio Calondars for
189!) ready for mailing 25c.
Golden Riilo Bazaar.
Lodgo Lo Progros will bold a
special inoeting tomorrow night.
Work in tbo first degree. Seo Now
Today on oighth page.
Miuistor of Financo S. M.
Damon notities boldors of eoveral
bonds tbat monoy awaits thorn.
See New Today on eighth pnge.
Evangelist Noedhom leaves on
the Gaelic this afternoon. The
Y. M. C. A. meotioiz at 7:30 this
evoning will be in cbargo of city
'Owing to ill health Joseph
Linker has trnnsforreu his busi
ness to the Metiopolitau Meat Co.
Seo Now Today on eighth pago of
tho newsy bulletin.
Tbo lease of H W. Schmidt &
Sons storo will -bo sold at auction
tomorrow inoming, at 11 o'clock
1'ho cellar can bo released for 15
per cent of rent und bonus.
Mrs. Fred A. Jacobs and little
daughtos arrived yesterday in tho
Juoana. Alter a visit ot two or
throo months hero they will return
to the Coast with Mr. Jacobs.
The Hawaiian Hotel hack stand
is a splendidly equipped establish
ment. It has courteous drivers,
fine horses and rnbbor-tire, volup
tuous vohicles. lling up telepuouo
Hawaiian Tribe No. l,Improvod
Order of Itod Men, mees this
ovening at Pythian Hall, Fort
street. Visiting brothors are
cordially invited to attend. Seo
Tho hoi so attaohced to T. G.
Thrum's buggy fell down on Fort
street at noon today. Tho Bbnfts
wero broken and tho vehicle other
wiso 'damaged. Ladies wero in
tho buggy but they got out with
out beiug hurt.
Ono of tbo handsomest calen
dars that we havo seon had just
been issued by tho Golden Itulo
Bazaar, "Hawaiian Scenic Ualen
dar." Tho views aro half tones
and distinctively Hawaiian in
character. It is nicotine
with a rapid salo.
Tomorrow, ot 11 o'clock a. m.,
Jamps F. Morgan will sell by
auotion tho lease of thn storo of
H. W. Schmidt & Sons.
A responsible firm will biro the
cellar of tho promises from any
ono purchasing, at 15 per cont. of
purcbaao bonus and rout. Hoe
Morgan's Auction Sales on eighth
Han N.v.r.lj' nurn.it lint Machine
Manila the Tr.t.
Johnson, a bartender at tho
Empire, unwisoly inspected a gas
tank in the collar with a light last
night. He was sevoroly burnod
in tho hands and face.. L. H.
Doe was looking for his man at
tho Quoon's hospital this morning,
bat be Had not been taken thoro.
0. W. Macfarlano, agent for the
acetylene gas plauts, made an in
vestigation tbiB morning. He
found that the gas had been flick
ering owing to water in tho pipes.
Johnson opened the carbidopot,
wuilo uoicling a lantorn in oloso
proximity. Only a small quanti
ty of gas ignited. There was a
largo amount of, gas in the gener
ator, but tho machino is so per
fected it could not oxplodo. Mr.
Macfarlano regards the accident
as really a conclusive test, proving
tlie perfection of tbo apparatus.
Tho ono precaution insisted on,
but which was violated by John
son, is that escaping gas must not
be approached with a burning
By today's stoamor will bo for
warded to Washington tbo petition
against tbo continnanco of tho
contract labor system in this terri
tory. The petition was gotten up
by Dr. W. S. Nobbitt at tho sug
gestion of a Congressional friond.
Already tbo namo of 145 Ameri
cans havo boon signdd to the do
cument. "Wo could havo got
more said Dr. Nobbitt but wo got
news by tbo last steamer that
CongrosB would probably givo
Americans what they want and
kill tho contraot system."
ZIEOrElt At seo, November 13,
Mellaril I., beloved husband of
Maguret T. Zlegler, a natlvo of
Pmsslu, Germany, aged 62 yeura
mid 0 days.
Largest and Finest Stock in Honolulu,
If wo can.
vou no ono
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Persons wishing to obtain bnanl at
Mnkauno, Miuil, can lie sccoiiiinodatod
nt mils. ii. ii. iiaii,i:vs
Tonns, ?10 nor wpek. f)55-flm
Church fairs, festivals, socials
and candy dealers Huppliod with
tho purest gords at lowest prices.
New England Bakery and Candy
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A SUPERIOR QUALITY OF WORK.
Is tlio only hind that -vo turn out from our
.Spcoiiil attention given to repairing Tiicyclcs,
Typewriters and ITiro-Arms.
Wo havo alwaya guaranteed our work and
shall continue to do so.
312 FURT ST.
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Sterling 25c !
Gold, Silver and Plated Ware,
in the Latest Designs, ,
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS1
All Goods Guaranteed ni Hcprcaonted.
M. R. COUNTER
C07 Fort Stroet.
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Olllce: 08 Merchant Btreet, Camp
bell Block, rear of J. O. Carter's olllce.
P. O. Hox 104.
EDMUND II. 1IAKT,
Notary Public and Typewriter i
Convtyancer ani Starchtr of Records.
Ollleo Cntniboll'8 Illock, Morulinnt St.
Next Joor to llawallin Wine Co. tojs-ll
Acknowledgments to lostrumen's,
District of Kona, Oalm. ;
At W. C. Achl's ollleo, King Btroot, near
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No. 10 FORT ST.
For All ss
In selecting; Christmas Gifts
many points are to be considered:
First of all, where is the largest j
and best display to be seen ?
Second, the quality and prices ?
After you have convinced your
self on these two points the rest
we navej on display tne;
largest! and greatest variety of
HOLIDAY GOODS ever offi r.d
in Honolulu. We know our prn.es
are right, because we buy rij'ht
from the manufacturers, thenhy
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.
Goods are all marked in plain
Hollister Drug Co,
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