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LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Good Violin, Bow, Case, etc., Complete,
Only $7.50 !
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A Few Suggestions for
Bound Volume of
We have n large amWwdl nclcctccl utoclc of the nbovc goods
on tllspluy. Cull tinil sec us.
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Also bear In mind that vo will tnlc your OLD PIANO as partr
puyment on a NEW ONE. Wc havVjust received n
large shipment ot Kimball Pianos, per Australia.
BEMSTROM MUSIC C0,Ltd.
COUNKlt l'OUT AND HI2KOTANIA 8TKEET3.
B. F. KtftS & CO.
From our Large and Varied Assortment of Useful and Artistic
Ve mention the following :
Ladies Embroidered Cotton, two for 25c, four for $1.
Ladies Plain Hemstitched, Linen, 25c and 50c.
A large variety in Colored Border Handkerchiefs for
Dents' Kid Gloves, Fall Shades.
White Chamois-Skin Gloves.
Fancy Department $:
Real Battenberg Work. Embroidered Sofa Pillows.
Fancy Pin Cushions, Purses and Handbags.
A. V. Knudson is bore from
Good things for Xmnsnt'tbo
Beautiful Hawaiian silk flags
75 cents each. Golden Rulo Ba
zaar. Tli pro will bo no pnper issued
from this oflico Obristmus Mon
day, Docombor 2G.
Tho orapbopbr nes aro inetruo
tive and enlertainiuu. Tiioy aro at
all tiuios-iu eeasou.
Miss Hwickard has returned
from Maui wbcro she has boon
spending a couplo of months.
Cam nr a & Co. bavo tho thanks
of tho Bulletin boys for a Ik.ikI
Botno Ghristmas remembrance.
Grapbopbonos at tho Oceanic
Gas and Electric Co., 112 riotol
street. Call and examino them(
Tho Golden Rule Bazaar is soil
inn dolls dressed, from 15 centB to
25 cents. Sold by others 25 to 40
Herr Nolto regaled the patrous
o tho Boavor lunch rooma with
roast turkey Btuffed and cranbor
ry sauco at noon.
Tho Makalapua dancing club
will givo a social to members and
fritnds at its hall back of Kawaia
hao church this evening.
No baud conceit in Emma
square this afternoon. Christmas
concert ou Makco Ielaud at 3
o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
Two native boys, ohargod with
stealing nowspapers, woro soveroly
reprimanded and discharged by
Judgo Wilcox this morning.
H. E. Walker of tho Masonic
Temple Oyclery has a baudfomo
lines of boys and girls bicycles,
standard mako, which he is soiling
for $25 a piece.
Mioses J. McLain, Scott, A.
Blackstad and Fiuckler, four
school teachers from Kauai, camb
on tho Mikahala to spoud the
holidays with relatives and friends
ThnlHawaiian Hotel hack stand
is a splendidly equipped establish
ment. It has courteous drivers,
fine horses and rubber tire, volup
tuous vehicles, lling up telepbouo
J. S. Smithies, ono of tho earli
est surviving inhabitants of Ho
nolulu, has taken a Christmas re
spite from his onorous official
dutiod at Mahukona, to visit
members of his family in Hono
lulu. Strangers in the oity who wih
to hear Hawaiian music, should
not iVil tobfl proaent at tho con
cert of tho Hawaiian Choral Club
at the Opera houso on the evening
of December 27. A fine program
is in store.
Beforo packing, a grand after
Christmas salo of Mihran's elu
gant lutkisu ana roreian rugs
will bo bold. The salo will tako
place on Thursday, December 29,
at 10 a. m. nud 7. p. m. James F.
Morgan will officiate, as auction
eer. Sou Morgan's Auction Sales,
M. Mclnerny has a most attrnc
tion window, displaying a wealth
of necktios in which all tastes can
bo most satisfactorily appeased. A
handsome fiuuro of a boy attired
in a navy whito duok suit bee
thrown carelessly over bis arm
number of neck scarfs. Tho entire
window is arranged in tho (attest
stylos of tho goods, tho different
colors making a pleasing picture
Tuo Handsomest progrnm over
seen in old or Now Houolulu has
just been issued by tho Bulletin
Ji b Printing Company. It is for
tho Hawaiian Coucort, for Hawaii
au bouofit, to bo civon by tho Ha
waiian Choral Union on Tuesday
evening at tho Opera Houso. Tho
proaram comprises oicbt paces
and coutains, besides tho foaturos
of tho evening, an nnistio display
of advertisements of tunny oltbo
loading business firms in New
Honolulu. See tho program at tho
concert luesday evouing.
James F. Morgan is truly the
Fatton of Children. For tho next
work or more the children of Now
Honolulu will bo merry from the
result of uib projects. Morgan
has had a number of night soles of
toys, oanta Clauses, poor in puro
but rich in the nnjoyment of see
ing children joyous, have secured
great bargains to mako radiant
children. Tonight another bi
sale of toys takes place. It will
be hold at tho former Waterhouso
8 1 or us on Queen street. Tho salo
will consist of toys, dolls and
furuygoois. All articles will bo
pold and thero will bo no reserve.
Soe Morgan's Auction Sales, page
Largest and Finest Stock in Honolulu,
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If wo can
not 811 It
Von no ono
Seth Thomas Clocks
In Big 'Assortment!
FRANK J. KRUGER,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
NOTARY PUBLIC anH TYPEWR1TEB
Ofllce: 208 Merehant street, Camp
bell Ulock, rear of J. O. Carter's nllluu.
l. O. Hox 101.
Persons wIrIiIiir to obtnln board at
Makawno, Maul, can te tccorumotlatod
atMHS. 11.11. IIAU.KY'S
Tonus, $10 porwnnk. lfifiIni
Church fairs, festivals, socials
and candy (loiters supplied with
tho purost goods at lowest prices.
New .bnglaml iiaUory and Candy
EDMUND H. IIAUT,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Convtyinccr nJ Surcher of Records.
Olllco Caintilwll'ii Illock, Merchant St.
Next Joorto ll.w.ll.n Wlnt Co. lojs-tl
Aoknt to Take '
Acknowledgments to Instruments,
District of Kona, Onliu.
At W. C. Acid's olllco, King stroot, noar
In selecting Christmas Gifts i
many points are to be considered:
First of all, wherci is thej largest'
and best display to be seen? J
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After you have convinced your
self on these two points the rest
J Christmas Prices on B'cycles!
For Sweethearts and Wives,"
Sisters and Daughters
A LARGE STOCK AT
- OUT RATES I
PEARSON & HOBRON, Agts
312 FURT ST. Telephone 565.
We have on display the
largesti and greatest variety of
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 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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Are now being DISPLAYEDJn
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
Mps. E. J. Boardman has charge of our
ART DEPARTMENT. &s??w fc&T
No. 10 FORT ST.
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