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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., DECEMBER 15, 1898.
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A GENTLEMAN'S WHEEL.
A world-wide reputation for Easy Running and Fine Mechan-
' teal Construction. A year in advance of any other wheel.
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EAKIN & WHITMAN,
Next to Golden Rulo Tsuziiar.
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 (i Jorge nnd well selected stock of the above goods
on display. Call and sec us.
Also bear in mind that wc will tulc your OLD PIANO as part
payment on a NEW ONE. Wc have Just received a
.- large shipment of Kimball Pianos, per Australia.
BERGSTROM MUSIC C0,Ltd.
COKXKR FOItT AND HEUETANIA STREETS.
N White Opera Capes, &
Richly Trimmed, from SO to $25. J
A great variety in Hemstitched Scarfs and Center Pieces,
Battenberg Doylies, Embroidered Linen Scarfs, Table Cloths,
Irish Table Linen in sets, with one dozen Napkins to
match, for round or any sie table.
B;F. KtftS k CO. I
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Morgan's auction snlo of rugs to
morrow. Hats for Ghristmns; reasonablo
prices at Mrs. Hannn's.
Ewn Plantation was visited by
very heavy rains yesterday.
llemenijuor the Kaumakapili
chnrch fair on Satnrday next.
Special American Agent H. M.
Sewall wont to Waiaianalo for a
short vacation trip this morning.
Tho Golden ltulo Bazaar is soil
ing dolls dressed, from 15 cents to
25 cents. Sold by others 25 to 40
Postmaster Oat has just issued,
and dish United, a timo-tablu of
proposed mail steamer scrvico for
Tarn McQrew and Mrs. 0. 13.
Cooper returned in tho Mikabala
this morning after a very pleasant
trip on Kauai.
Tho Hawaiian Hotel hack stnnd
is n splendidly equipped establish
ment. It has courteous drivers,
lino horses aud nibbpr-tire, volup
tuous vohicles. King up tdephotie
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Warren
entertained a party of frionds last
ovpning at tho rcsidouco of Mrs.
Higgins, to colebroto the first an
niversary of the daughter of the
James F. Morgan will torn- mow
sell by auction tho finest a inrt
ment of costly aud ponuino Turk
ish and Persian rugs ever shown
iu this city. Tho sale will tako
place in tho Bruce Waring it Co.
building, Fort street.
Iu the noticoof thostickholdera
meeting of tho Union Fenl Co.,
Ltd., publishod in today's issue, it
reads "aunual meeting." This is
nn orror of the typo. It should
read adjourned annual meeting.
It will bo held Saturday.
E. W. Jordan has such an ini
menso stock of toys and fancy
goods that ho hns boeu compelled
to leaso tho Waterhouso promises
on Uueen street, un aaturaay
thoro will be a grand opening of
this store. At his store on Fort
street ho has many attractions,
and oagor buyers throng tho em
porium. Daring tho holiday sea
son both stores will bo opou evon-
idqb. Tho iuoon Btrcot storo will
bo brilliactly illuminated by
acetylene gas furnished by tho
Oceania ,Gas and Electric Co., 112
Thoro aro many inquiries con
cerning Guam Island, tho princi
pal island of tho Ladrones. Sov
eral enterprising rosidents havo
oppressed a desire to visit Guam,
as business opportunities aro said
to bo good thero. Captain Hairis
of tho schooner Concord contem
plates making a voyage to tho isl
and. ThovosBol that bo commands
will accommodato thirty-five pas
sengers and 100 tons of freight.
Those intorosUd in tho project
can ascertain further particulars
by calling on H. Hackfeld fc Co ,
Georgo Haffner, tho Fort street
jeweler, has a very handsome lino
of goods, Bnitablo for Christmas
presents. Mr. Haffner is a silver
smith and engraver of many years
exporionce. Ho has manufactured
out of coins, woods and nuts some
artistic things in tho jewelry line
which aro typical of the country
and aro destined to bo of great
value in coming years. He will
mako anything in tho jewolry lino
that the many readers of the live
Bdllktin may dtsirn. All orders
intrusted with him will bo faith
fully and artistically oxocutcd
See his card on pago 8 under New
Cruelly to Anlmtl".
Thoro is being investigated by
xuiBS Helen Wilder, humano olli
cor, a caso of cruelty to animals,
that takes on a much more cruel
aspect than ordinary cases.
Sometime ago, J. S. Walker
took a dog from a friend to bo
kept at his homo. On Monday a
young PortugucBO working for
Mr. Walkor, becamo angry at tho
dog for chasing chickons, To
show his very small nature, bo tied
tho poor bruto with n chain and
then procoeded (o mark its body
with n whip. Tho flexible part
did not suit him so ho boat the
dog with tho handlo until the poor
thing was unanlo to move. Dur
ing tho night, tho dog died.
In spoaking of tho matter to a
prominent judco this morning, ho
said: "A Huh or imprisonment is
Holiday Season, 1898!
Largest and Finest Stock in Honolulu,
If wo run
Vou no ono
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Sterling 25c !
Gold, Silver and Plated Ware,
in the Latest Designs,
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS 1
All Goods Gunrnntccd us ltoprcsonted.
M ANl'F VCTLMUNCJ JEWKLEK
M. R. COUNTER
507 Fort Stroet.
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Ofllce: 209 Merchant street. Camp
liell Block, rear of J. O. Carters otllce.
P. O. Box 101.
In electing 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
Persons ulslilni; to obtain bonrd at
Maknuao, Maul, can be rcconitnodnted
at MRS. II. H. IlAII.in 'S
Torms, $10 imrwi'ok. fi55-flni
Church fairs, festivals, socials
aud candy dealers supplied with
tho purest coeds at lowest prices.
Now England Bakery and Candy
EDMUND II. UAltT, j
Notary Public and Typewriter
Convpanccrani Searcher of Record's.
Olllco Cniiiiiboll'H Hlook, Merchant St.
Next door la Hawaiian Wine Co 1055-11 '
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AOKNT TO Takk
Acknowledgments to Instrumen's,
District of Konn, Oaliu.
At W. C. AuIiI'h olllco, KI111; htrout, near
too mud. The
used to beat tho
used on tho one
wuip tuut was,
dor, should be
1 Christmas Prices on Bicycles!
For Sweethearts and Wives,
Sisters nnd Daughters......
A LARGE STOCK AT
-i i& OUT RATES!
PEARSON & HOBRON, Agts
312 FURT ST. Telephone 5G5.
We have on display tle
largest and greatest variety J
HOLIDAY GOODS ever offered
in Honolulu. We know our pries
are right, because we hair right
from the manufacturers, thereby
living the percentage made bv
the middle man.
When you come to our store
we feel it our duty to familiarize
you with the goods wecarrytiand
our time is yours.
Come and inspect our stock.
Goods are all marked in plain
Hollister Drug Co,
- - TO DISPLAY OUR -
Owing to oup Immense Stock of TOYS
and FANCY GOODS, we have been
compelled to pent mope stope space.
SATURDAY, at the old Watephouse
ppemises on Queen stpeet, we will
have a GRAND OPENING. Both of
oup stopes will be open nights
Mps. E. J. Boardman has charge of oup
ART DEPARTMENT. j&sT
E. W. JORDAN'S,
No. 10 FORT ST.
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