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EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., DEOEMUER U, 1898;
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Tle Txifo'u.n.e IBicrole,
A GENTLEMAN'S WHEEL.
A world-wide reputation for Easy Running and Fine Mechan
ical Construction. A year in advance of any other wheel,
E AKIN & WHITMAN,
Telephone 746. FORT ST.
Next to Gulden Rule Bu.mir.
Good Violin, Bow, Case, etc., Complete,
Only $7.50 !
A Few Suggestions for
Prom $6.50 up!
Bound Volume of
Wc luivc a Inrc ami well selected stock of the above goods
on display. Call and see us.
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Also bear In intriU tbat wc will take your OLD PIANO as purt
payment on a NEW ONE. Wc have Jast received u
large shipment of Kimball Pianos, per Australia.
COKXUll TOUT AND KKKHTANIA STREETS.
White Opera Capes, fc
Richly Trimmed, from $0 to $25. S
A great variety in Hemstitched Scarfs and Center Pieces,
Battenberg Doylies, Embroidered Linen Scarfs, Table Cloths,
U Stamped Goods.
Irish .Table Linen in sets, with one dozen Napkin? to
match, for round or.any size table.
B.f . CHJJER8 & CO, I
A neat coltngo is wanted.
Three fino residence lots aro for
Bale. Sou New To Day.
Experienced white girl wnnta a
position ns cook. Seo WANTS.
From Hamakun, por stmr No
oau, Dec 14 II Louitson and 1'i
Myetio Lodge, No. 2, K. of P.,
meota tonight. Seo Fraternal
D rectory on page 2.
The Golden Ilulo Bazaar in sell
iug dolls dressed, from 15 cents to
25 cents. Sold by others 25 to 40
i'hero will bo a meeting of all
the. liugby football men on the
parade grounds iu frout of the
drill slipd at 5 o'clock this after
noon. Rugby Iibb not been going
along very smoothly and each one
of the players should mako a
special effort to bo present.
At this season of the year every
body wants to eat turkey. Greece
at one timo thought sho wanted
Turkey. Don't b liko Ureeuo
Get in early. J. T. Waterhouse
has groceries. Ho will have tu
keys and Geese. Ho requests, iu
his attractive ad on tlio first Hge,
that old and now patrons and all
who want turkey should place
their orders now. Sec hiu an
One of tho prettest and most
useful Christmas presents which
tho Bulletin's Man About Town
has seen in his pcrecriuatioUH
may bo seen at M. Mclnornv's.
Merchant and iort streets. Mr.
Mclnorny calls it tho Indies hand
bag. It is mado in different
leathers and combines a complete
list of articles which a lady noeds
when shopping or traveling. The
articles are ingeniously conceal
ed in tho prettiest of leather cases.
Look at them if you don't buy.
Thero aro many inquiries con
cerning Guam Island, the princi
pal island of tho Ladroncs. Sov
oral enterprising residents bavo
expressed a dediro to visit Guam,
as business opportunities are said
to bo good there. Captnin Hntria
of tho Bchopnor Concord contem
plates making a voyage to tho isl
and. Tho vessel that he commands
will accommodato thirty-live pas
sengers and 100 tons of freight.
Those interested in tho project
can ascertain further particulars
by calling on H. Hackfeld it Co.,
City or Columbia.
The City of Columbia is still at
tno old position and vigilant police
ouicera keep watcu on nor decks.
Last night there wore two foot po
licomen, ono harborfront police
man and a watchman of tho
working forcoof tho steamer
Tho order is that, after 11 o'clock
at night, no ono shall bo allowed
aboard tho stoamer. At about
midnight last night, two of the
crow sauntered along ou tho wharf
and mado preparations to go
aboard. tub otlicers wero ou
watch and tho men woro told to
go to tho pohco station and spond
tuo night. They applied thero and
Tho ladder from tho stern ot
tho ship to tbo wharf has been
looked upon with suepicion, and
now a boat with a rope at ono end
attached to the gangway and an
other at the other end attached to
tho wharf, is used by tho ship's
peopio to go back add forth.
Mr. Wooiltvnril (O Go,
Mrs. B. F. Woodward of Ka
mehameha, will leovo for the
States on tho 30th. inet. Her
throat has been troubling her so
badly of late that it has been im
possible for hor to do any work
whatovor. Mrs. Woodward coes
for a rest and treatment.
Largest and Finest Stock in Honolulu,
ft H 5LJ
0.32 11. 49
7.43 u. in,
8.58' 0.33 2.20
The Standard time whistle Bounds at
12h. 0m. On. (midnight), Greenwich
time, which Is lh. 30m. n. in. of Ha
waiian Standard time.
The Bulletin classifies, its ads. Re
sultsmall advertisers get a quare
Gold, Silver and Plated Ware,
in the Latest Designs,
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS!
If o can
you no ono
All OooiIm Gimrantocd ns lloproonted.
M. R. COUNTER
507 Fort Stroet.
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Persons wishing to obtain bonrd nt
Mnknwno, Mntil, enn be rccoiumodated
at MUS. II. H. MAILirV'S
Tormt, ?10 per week. 055-flm
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITES
Ofllce: 203 Merchant street, Camp-'
bell Mock, rear of J. O. Carter's olllce. i
P. O. Ilox 104.
In selecting Christnias Gifts
many points are to be considered:
First of all, where is the largest
and best display t6 be seen ?
Second, the quality and prices ?
After you have convinced your
self on these two points the rest
Church fairs, festivals, socials
and candy dealers supplied with
tho purest goods at lowest prices.
New England Bakory and Candy
EDMUND H. HART,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Conveyancer tnl Searcher ol Records
Oftlco CamiibcU's lllock, Merchant St.
Next door to Hawaiian Wine Co 10j5.lt
AOKNT TO TAKK
Acknowledgments to Instrumen's,
District of Konti, Oalm.
C. Aclil's nlllco, KltiK &troot, near
Christmas Prices on Bicycles!
Fop Sweethenpts nd Wives,
Sisters and Diiughters
A LARGE STOCK A r
i& Ciis OUT RATES !
PEARSON & HOBRON, Agts
312 FURT ST. Telephone 565.
We have; on display the
largest and greatest variety of
HOLIDAY GOODS ever offered
in Honoluhi.Ve 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.
Goods are all marked in plain
Hollister Drug Co,
Our Great Opening
of the BIGGEST and
Most VARIED stock
of TOYSand FANCY
GOODS ever shown
by us in Honolulu
will take place on
Saturday, Dec. 17th.
Mrs. E. J. Boardman has charge of our
ART DEPARTMENT. ?
E. W. JORDAN'S,
No. 10 FORT ST.
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