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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., DECEMBER 20, 198.
vtf Tla. TiiTo-ULiie IBicsrcle,
I GtNILEAAN'S WHEEL.
J ,MAvorld-wide reputation for Easv Runnincr and Fine Mechan-
NvSVcal Construction. A year in advance of any other wheel.
' E AKIN & WHITMAN,
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Next to Golden Rule Bazaar.
Good Violin, Bow, Case, etc., Complete,
Only $7.50 !
A Few Suggestions for
From $6.50 up!
Bound Volume of
We liavc n lnic nml well Hclcctcil tftoclc of the above goods
on dtuplny. Cull and see us.
Also benr In mind that we will take your OLD PIANO as part
payment on a NEW ONE. We have Just received a
large shipment o! Kimball Planosj per Australia.
BERGSTROM MUSIC C0,Ltd.
COUNKIl FOUT AND 1IKHETANIA. STREETS.
FREE TO OUR PATRONS !
ON WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21st, for one Jay only, a nice
Silk Embroidered Fan will accompany every purchase amounting to 50c
or more. :::;:::: From our large and varied assortment of useful and
artistic Xmas gifts we mention the following :
Ladles' and Gents' White' Linen Hemstitched j Reaf Lace j
' Embroidered Linens.
A beautiful line of Evening and Street Capes.
A few sample pieces of Chinese Embroidered Tea Cloths; White and
Pink Grass Cloth, special price per piece; Real Hattenberg Work ; Em
broidered Sofa Pillows; Fancy Pincushions ; Babies' Baskets; Gloves and
Fans; Purses and Handbags; Children's Dresses;' Babies' Outfits.
Dau Yidn 1ms arrived iu Hong
kong in tho vory best of health.
Boautifnl Hnwaiiau silk flags
75 contB each. Goldon Hula Ba
A second hand bicycle in good
condiliou is for sale- cheap. Seo
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Vos have
returned from Java and aro now
Armstrong Smith left for Hilo
in the Kiunu this forum on to
spond the Uhristmns holidays.
Mrs. Patterson who formerly 00
cupied the liouao opposite the
Y. M. C. A. is now in Hong
The Golden llule Bazaar is soil
ing dolls dressed, from 15 cents to
25 cents. Sold by others 25 to -10
G. It. Dement of Loveioy & Co.
has just returned from u success
ful business tiip to the Islaud cf
W. II. Cornwell returned to his
homo in Maui in (ho Kiimu tin's
forenoon. Ho will bo back Fri
The China sails for San Fran
ciaco at-1 p m. today nnd not at 3
p. id. as announced iu the morn
The sale of taro loU in Kulin-
kulca, SJnui, is postponed. Sec
Agout of Public Land J. P
Brown's notice, pago B.
H.E. Walker of tho Masonic
Temple Oycleiy has a handsomo
lines of boys and L'irlfi bicycles,
Htandurd make, which he is selling
for $25 n piece.
Monoy is still coming in for
tickets for tho St. Andrew's Priory
concert of last Thursday eveninc.
Thoroforo tho net proceeds can
not yet bo stated.
On account of tho special music,
tho sorvicpfl of the Second Co Dero
gation of St. Andrew's Ciithi ilral
on Christmas morning will begiu
at 0:30. Evensong at G:30 as
Tho choir of tho Second Cong
regation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
will meot to practiso Christmas
music at the house of Mrs. Wall,
King nud ilicharda street, this
Court Camoes, No. 6110, A. O.
P., meets this evening at K. of P.
hallt Port street. A cordial iuvi
tation is extended to visiting
brothers. Soe Fraternal Directo
ry, page 2.
News was recoived by tho
Claudirro Sunday that Mrs. Rod
gonr Wailnk'u was dying. Hor
brothers, tbo Duvanchollo boys,
left in tbo Kinau this moruiug
Amorican Messenger Service
has made special arrangements
during tho holidays for quick and
efficient sorvico iu delivering
packages, invitations, etc. Ma
sonic Temple. Telophono -111.
Prof. Eoobelo loft for Hilo in
tho Kinau this forouoou. He
goes to Olaa and Kona to investi
gate the blights reported from
those placos. Prof Koobo'lo will
be away from town two or threo
Andrew Brown, Superinten
dent of, the Honolulu Water
Works, in By Authority under
Now To-Day, page 8, notifies all
persons holding water privileges
that tho water ratJB for the term
ending June 30, 1899 will bo duo
on January 1, 1899. Soe the notice
The continued existence of the
rocky aud uneven pieco of side
walk which bothers podestrains,
on the north west corner of King
and Alakea streets, is due to the
inattention and negleit of the Iu
ThoOrphoum had quits a largo
and select audionco lust ovdniug
and tho various evouts seemed to
run smoother. Tonight ends the
present bill and n ploasant even
ing's entortainmont. Change of
program tomorrow evening.
A splendid and carefully select
ed collection of now books is
offered for sale- by tho Goldon
ltule Bazaar. It comprises ovor
300 works of the latest publica
tions und by tho most popular
authors. Inspect tho collection.
A special invitation from Santa
Glaus to call this and evory 0 voic
ing until Christmas and see him iu
the act of going down tho chimney
is oxtonded to the ontiro poo pi 0 of
Now Honolulu. You will find San
ta Claus at his headquarters in one
of tho large dinplay windows of tho
J. T. Waterhouse store, Waverloy
Block, Bethel street. Take the ch 1
dren tonight and see him mako tho
Holiday Season, 1898!
Largest and Finest Stock in Honolulu,
If wo can
Von no 0110
Have You Seen Them?
Those elog.uit WKOUGIIT I HON
F UNCUS wo are iiuttln up around
tho moro lmndsomo rcldonco lots In
town 7 Costs no moro than a wooden
ronco; lasw a mo iinio: coiuoinauou 01 i
beauty nnd strength that will mid moro
to the nttrnctlveiiexs of your homo than
any othor Improvomont for twlco tho
money. Call and moo our sampler. I
Iron Work of overy description. Im
ported and domostlo MONUMENTS,'
Tomustonos aim StntUary.
Estlinntqs kIvcii on nil klnili of prnd
Iiir, Stono'Work and Terracing, Curbing
nud Coniunt Sidewalks. Comont work
of all kinds. Letter Cutting In brims,
Iron nnd slono.
Stencil making n specialty.
Hawaiian Iron Fonco and Monu
H. E. HENDRIOK, Manager.
315 Fort nt root.
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Persons wishing to ulitnln board at
Mnkawno, Maul, can be tccommodated
at.MHS. II. H. IIAIMWS
Terms, $10 norwnck. (1.15-flm
Church fairs, festivals, socials
aud candy dealers supplioi with
tho purest gords nt lowest priceB.
Now Euulaud Bakory and Candy
NOTnRY PUBLIC and TTPEWR1TEB
Ofllce: 208 Meruhnut street, Canii-
bull Block, rear of J. O. Carter's olllce.
P. O. Hox 104.
! EPMUNJ) H. HART,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Concancer anJSrarclitr of RctorJs.
Olllco Caniilioll'N Illock, Mrrclmnt St.
Ntxt door to HawillJn Wine Co. lojj-tt
Acknowledgments to Instrumen s,
Dlstrl'-t of Koim, Onhu.
At W. C. Acid's olllco, KIiik street, noar
j Christmas Prices on Bicycles! 1
Fop Sweethearts and Wives,
Sisters and Daughters
A LARGE STOCK AT
i& snf OUT RATESI
PEARSON & HOBRON, Agts
312 FURT ST. Telephone 565.
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
We have on display the
largest and greatest variety ot
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 wecarry,tand
our time is yours.
Come and inspect our stock.
Goods are all marked in plain
Hollister Drug Co,
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Are noY being DISPLAYED in
TWO STORES at the old
Waterhouse Premises on
Queen St., and our OLD Stand
on Fort St. An immense stock
of TOYS; and FANCY GOODS.
Call and Inspect it. Both
Stores are Open Nights
The Queen St. Store is brilliantly illuminated nights
by acetylene gas furnished by the Oceanic Gas and
Electric Co., 112 Hotel Street
Mrs. E. J. Boardman has charge o? our
ART DEPARTMENT. jMSj fcr?
B. W. JORDAN'S,
No. 10 FORT ST.
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