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l'HB EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., DECEMBER 28, 1898.
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WE WANT YOU TO SEE THEH!
Eakin & Whitman.
- TItlUUNE AND MARCH BICYCLES.
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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 n Inrjjc nncl well selected tttoclc of the above goods
on cllspliiy. Cull (ind sec us.
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Also bear In mind that wc will take your OLD PIANO (is part
payment on n NEW ONE. Wc hnve Just received n
large shipment of Kimball Pianos, per Australia.
BERGSTROM MUSIC C0,Ltd.
COKXKK 1'OllT AND HUHOTAMA STREETS.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
8. F. KlttS k CO,
From our Large and Varied Assortment of Useful and Artistic
: : GIFTS , : :
We 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.
Real Battenberg Work. Embroidered Sofa Pillows.
Fancy Pin Cushions, Purses and Handbags.
A Sbiprann engine in porfect
order is tor sale.
The City of Columbia has haul
ed out int ) tho Btroam.
Beautiful Hawaiian silk flags
75 cents each. Goldon llulo Ba
zaar. Tho Golden Rulo Bazaar is soil
ing dolls dressed, from 16 cents to
25 conts. Sold by others 25 to 40
Young men, strangers in tho
city, aro cordially invited to tho
Now Year day recopliou in the
Y. M. 0. A.
A dividend is due and payable
to tho stockholders of tho Inter
Island Steam Navigation Co., Ltd.
Seo Now Today.
Tho "Woolahra will sail for Eu
reka about tho Gtu of January.
She will take on there, a cargo of
lutnbor for Sydney.
Bov. H. V. Morcan, a -visitor to
tho Islands will lead tho innu'a
meeting in the Y. M. 0. A. Sun
day afternoon, January 1.
Tho Hawaiian Star Nowspaper
Association, Ltd., F. L. Hoogs
mantigor, haB declared a ten por
cent dividend for tho year 1898.
Thero wob only ono arrest this
morning. A Chinaman, charged
with having clio fa tickols in bin
poBaoseion, was taken to tho polico
etation by Dotoctive Chun l'oou.
When all expenses aro paid, the
Hawaiian Choral Club will have
abont SGOO to givo to tho Hawaiian
Belief Society JIatornity Homo
and tho Kawaiahao GirU school.
Clerk Crowoll of tho Deputy
Marshal's oQio, i'b taking tho plaso
of Benjamin Zablan in tho Polico
Court while tho lattor's thumb is
recovering from its Christmas day
JLomorrow at iu a. m. and l p.
m. n crand after Christmas enlo
of Turkish and Poreian ruga will
tako place at Progress Block. They
are an elegant lino of goods, col
lected with groat care by M. B.
Mihran. James F. Morgan, the
stirring auctioneer, will sell them.
An archway is boing cut bo
twecn tho present dtoro of tho
Wall, Nichols Co. and tho ono ro-
coutly occupied by II. V. Schmidt
tfc Son. It will bo remembered
that tho lease of this was sold to
tho Wall, Nichols Co. a short
time ago. One half tho placo will
bo used as a music dopartraoot,
whilo iu tho othor half thero will
bo n drug storo.
Tho electric lights wero orratic
again last night going out sud
denly at 9:15 p. m., but happily
for only a few minutes. At tho
Orpheum, when tho lights went
out, tho placo was loft in utter
darkness, but the orchestra kept
playing and May Ashloy and Jim
Post, who had tho stngo, could bo
heard singing and dancing. The
largo audienco present took tbo
discomfort very enthusiastically.
The bread supplied tho Prpsi
dent of tho United States is not
any better than that furnished tho
people of Honolulu by tho Now
England Bakery. Clean shops,
experienced whito bakers, best
matorial. Twenty-six loaved for a
dollar. Every loaf hob our label.
lour health demands tho best.
Why not commenco tho New Yoar
by ordoring from tho New Eng
land Bakery and Candy Co. Call
up 'phono 7-1. Prompt delivery.
Nlock ICicli. I,?..
Ono salo on 'Ohaugo this morn
ing: 7 shares Oahu paid up SMO.
Dividend of 3 porceut declared by
In tor-Island American sugar
paid up $115 asked, Ewa 252 J,
Hawaiian Sugar S1G0 bid, SIG5
asked, Kahuku S120 bid, Kipahu
lu S110 aakod, Oahu assessable
$95 nskod, paid up $115 asked,
Ookala $100 asked, Wailuku
$250 bid, Waitnanalo $165 askod,
Waimoa $120 bid, Hawaiian Elec
tric $198 nskod.
Pollen Court Notri.
Nearly nil tho cases iu the
Polico Court this foronoon wero
continued until lator datos. Thero
was not a singlo Cno imposed.
Canido, a Mnnila man, was repri
manded on tho ohargo of house
breaking. The casea of nino Ohi
neso from Quarautino, charged
with smuggling, wero put over
until Saturday because the guards
at Mauliola, who will bo the main
witnesses in tho caso, could not
Ilnieliall Game Na(urily.
Tho Bennington baseball team
is out on tho Makiki basobnll
grounds for practice this nfter
noon. A gnmo has beon arranged
botweon tho Bonnington team and
that of Co. L of tho Engineer
Corps for Saturday afternoon.
Largest and Finest Stock in Honolulu,
ITTT AT mTT III
If wo can
Vnil tin tm
Seth Thomas Clocks
In Big Assortment!
FRANK J, KRUGER
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Persons wishing to obtain board nt
Makawao, Maul, can be ccommotlatol
at MRS. II. 11. 11AILKVS
Torin.9, ?10 nor wnok. fllS-flm
NOTARY PUBLIC anfl TYPEWRITER
Onicc: 208 Merchant utreet, Cnmp
bell Mock, rear of J. O. Carter's olllce.
P. O. Hox 104.
Fop AH &
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
New Yrnra Cfinrilr.
Church fairs, festivals, socials
and candy doalers supplied with
tbo purest goods nt lowest prices.
Now England Bakory and Candy
EDMUND H. HART,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Comtyanctr nJ Stirehtr of RtcorJs.
Oftlco Campbell's Block. Morcliant St.
Neil door to Hawaiian Wine Co. lojj-tt
Acknowledgments to Instruments,
District of Kona, Oahu.
C. AcIiI'hoIIIco, King streot, noar
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Holiday Prices on Bicycles!
For Sweethearts and Wives,
Sisters and Daughters
A LARGE STOCK AT
Z5 a& OUT RATES!
1 PEARSON & HOBRON, Agts
312 FORT ST. Telephone 565.
We have on display the
largest 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 wecarry.iand
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 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 of
ART DEPARTMENT. t &?
No. 10 FORT ST.