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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. L, DECEMBER 1G, 1898.
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Tib. 'nrxifoia.n.e IBicsrcle,
A GENTLEMAN'S WHEEL
A world-wide reputation for Easy Running and Fine Mechan
ical Construction. A year in ad-, ance of any other wheel.
Next to Golden Rule Buzuar.
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 a Inrfic and well selected stock of the above goods
on display. Call and see us.
Also bear In mind that wc will take your OLD, WANO as part
payment on a NEW ONE. Wc have Just received a
large shipment o! Kimball. Pianos, per Australia.
BERGSTROM MUSIC C0.,Ltd.
COHNErt FORT AND I1EKETANIA. STREETS.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
gWhite Opera Capesg
N Richly Trimmed, from $0 to $25. 3
A great variety in Hemstitched Scarfs and Center Pieces,
Battenberg Doylies, Embroidered Linen Scarfs, Table Cloths,
Irish Table Linen in se.ts, with one dozen Napkins to
match, for round or any size table.
8.f . K),ttS & CO.
Fort Street. .
Tun Dominion is discharging
her coil lit tho Oceania wharf.
Bnnutiful Hawaii m silk flags
75 cents each. Gcldou llulo 13a
Wall, Nichols Co. will tomorrow
have inoro balloons for their
An artistic grille will add boauty
to your house. See Lewors &
The J A Cummins came in Inst
night a ml suited again for her
umal ports this morning.
Tht fast schooner Mokulolo sails
for Ililo and other Hawaii ports
Monday. Bho will taku freight to
morrow. 'Thero will bo no meeting of the
Hoard of Health this nfternoou,
ns arranged. Attorney General
Smith i'b busy and cimcot attend.
II. E. Walker of tho Masonic
Temple Cyclery has a handootno
lines of boys and uirls bicycles,
Htiindnrd make, which he is soiling
for ssjo n piece.
Cmrt Lunalilo, No. GGOO. A O.
E., meets this evening. A cordial
invitation is extended to visiting
brothers to attend. Soo Fraternal
Directory, page 2.
The Hawaiian Hotel back Rtimd
is a splendidly equipped establish
mnut. It has courteous drivi-rn,
fino horses and rubber-tire, volup
tuous vehicles. Ring up telephone
Tho Hawaiian bark Hawaiian
Isles, Kmtel mastor, was towod iu
from her nuchorngo b(T port this
morning. She is 52 days from
NewcoBtlo, NS W,and has acarco
of 3232 tousof coal.
Tho Pacific Hardware Co. have
an olegaut lino of B and II lamps
speciuTly made for the firm. Until
Jflnaary l,thy will make a liboral
reduction from marked pricec
Soo their announcement olsowhoro
in lbs live paper.
Mas Schlomtner, who is to have
tho licensed wino and boer shop
for Wniroea, Kauai, was a captain
of polico in Honolulu under the
Provisional Govornmont. Ho i
in town this woek making prepar
ations to start his business.
Tho American hark Hespor,
Sodergren master, arrived and an
chored off port this forenoon. Sho
is from Nowcastle with n load of
coal for Kahului. Tho captain
camo ashoro to arrange, if possi
ble, dischargo cargo here, but tho
owners here seom to bo bent upon
his going to Knhului, eo that it is
vury likely ho will havo to go
Tho Now England Bakery win
dow is gaily decked for Christmas.
A miniaturo Santa Glaus most in
vitingly holds in extended hands a
basket tilled with choice confec
tionery. About tho window are
gracefully festooned green leaves
andredberrios typical of tho sea
eon. There are boxes of candy and
oandy in bulk artistically arrang
ed, revealing a wealth of sweets.
Tho window was decked by young
By vote of tbn stockholders of
tno .uanK ot Hawaii, jjta., a
savings department will be inaug
urated January 1, 1899. At this
season ot cut making, what mora
valuablo can a parent givo his
minor children than a savings
bauk book, even if the deposit re
corded in it bo only$l ? It will
oncourage cbildron to savo and on
reaching man's estato thoy will bo
froo from tho corroding cares of
want. Seo page 8.
lliero aro many inquiries con
cerning Guam Ishnd, tho princi
pal island of tho Ladrouos. Sev
eral enterprising residents havo
expressed a desire to visit Guam,
as business opportunities aro said
to bo good thero. Caption Harris
of tho Bchoonor Concord contem
plates making a voyage to tho isl
and. Tho vessel that ho commands
will accommodato thirty-five pas
sengers and 100 tons of freight.
Those intorosted in tho project
can ascertain further particulars
Holiday Season, 1898!
Largest and Finest Stock in Honolulu,
If wo can
you no ono
Sterling 25c !
Gold, Silver and Plated Ware,
in the Latest Designs,
CHRISTMAS ANDNEW YEARS!
All Goods OiiHrniitei'd ih KoprefciiU'd.
507 Fort Stroet.
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Person1? wlftlilng to obtain board at
Makawao, Maul, can lc fcconiinodatod
BtMItS. II. II. IIAII.KY'S
Tonus $10 por wnek. QSR-flm
A'iiihi Cn till In.
Church fairs, festivals, socials
aud caudy doal-rs supplio.l with
tho purest goi ds at lowest prices.
New England Bnkory nud Caudy
MOTAKY PUBLIC and TYPEWR1TEH
Onice: 208 Merchant street, Cani
liell Mock, rear of J. O. Carter's nfllcr.
P. O. Itox int.
EDMUND II. HART,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Conveyancer ni Searcher of Records.
Olllco CainilM)U'K Mock. Merchant St.
Next door to Hawaiian wine Co. loss-tl
AOENT TO TAKK
Acknowledgments to Instrumens, J
District of Kona, Oalm.
At W. C. AchlVt olllco, KIiir Ktroot, noar
In selecting Christmas Gifts
many points are to be con?id red:
First of all, where, is thej largest 1
and best display to be seen ?
Second, the quality and pnie.s ?'
After you have convinced your
self on these two points the rest
on Ui Haokfeld & Co.,
No sales reported today. 0.
Brewer & Co. is held at $G0O,
Ewa $210 bid, Hawaiian Agricul
tural $390 bid, Haiku $255 asked,
Kahuku $130 asked, Oahu Asses
eablo.$G5 asked, Paid up $145, Fo
peokoo $175 asked, AVailukn $285
asked. Waimanalo $190 asked,
Waimea Mill $105 bid, Wilder 8
S $100 bid, $114 asked, Hawaiian
Electric $198 asked. Bonds Ha
waiian Govornmont G per cents
$100 bid $100Jasked, same 5 per
cents $95 bid, Govornmont Postal
Bauk $90 hid, O 11 A L Co. $100
bid $1U1 asked.
1 Christmas Prices on Bicycles!
For Sweethearts and Wives,
Sisters and Daughters
A LARGE STOCK AT
I z2 !2 OUT RATES!
PEARSON & HOBRON, Agts
312 f;URT ST. Telephone 565.
We have on display the
largest and greatest variety ol
HOLIDAY GOODS ever offered
in Honolulu. We know our prires
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.
- - TO DISPLAY OUR - - -
Owing to our Immense Stock of TOYS
and FANCY GOODS, we have been
compelled to rent more store space.
SATURDAY, at the old Waterhouse
premises on Queen street, we will
have a GRAND OPENING. Both of
our stores will be open nights
The Oueen Street Store will . be brilliantly illuminated
by acetylene gas furnished by the Oceanic Gas and
Electric Co., 112 Hotel Street
Mrs. E. J. Boardman has charge of our
ART DEPARTMENT. s&?
No. 10 FORT ST.
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