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A Thing of
Beauty Is A
Just arrived per S. S. Aus-
tralia a grand display of assort
ed silver-ware viz.:
Fancy Berry Dishes,
Celery and Pickle Stands '
Ice Tubs, Ice Water Pitchers
(with or without Filters,)
Fancy Card Receivers,
Individual Salts, Peppers and
Mustard and Napkin Rings.
A great variety of Rodger's
celebrated silver plated ware
Desert and Tea Spoons,
Just the thing for Christ
mas and New Year presents.
Please call and examine for
yourself. Lowest market pnee
less 10 per cent for cash.
The Hawaiian Hardwhie Go,
Fcrt street. opposite Sprec'el' Bank
Thero la only ono Jesso Mooro Whis
key In tho world and thnt Is cold nud
pure. Lovojoy & Co. nro distributors
tor tho Hawaiian Islands.
JUST RECEIVED, A
THE BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.,
Ladies of Honolulu!
DEPARTMENT : :
Takes the lead in this city for Tailor-Made Suits. Evening and
Dinner Gowns, and Calling Costumes
Our Hairdressing and AUmcunng Parlors equal any
thing on the Coast. The latest Parisian and New York styles.
5i1n tr'ittnpnf n snpr.ialrv.
Fall Millinery, Parisian
Capes, and Fancy Neckwear.
MISS M. E.
IF YOU WANT A SUBSTANTIAL,
EASY-RISING WHEEL, BUY A
WHITMAN & CO.,
Telephone lit. .
V DAVID HARUM
(when KNIGHTHOOD WAS IN
THE KING'S MIRROR
I Anthony Hope
( OOM PAUL'S PEOPLE
SNO. 5 JOHN STREET
(VIACRUCIS r ,
) JANICE MEREDITH
A NAME' TO CONJURE ' witH
1 rib L1UN AiNU I ne umVAJKN
WALL, MCHOLS CO Ltd.
Hook, Mu.tlc and News Uealcri.
..I'lanotSold on Installments...
LARGE SHIPMENT OF
Waists, Dress . Goods, Opera
THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU,
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Armstrong, tho actor-pugilist, left
for tho States by tho America.
All kinds of carriage painting by ttp-to-dnto
painters at tho Stockyards
Minister Mott-Smlth Is Indisposed
nnd was unable to bo nt his ofllco to
day. rtlng up 191 when you want n reliable
driver, n good had: and no over charg
ing. Capt. P. A. Blake and wlfo wcro pas
sengers for tho Coast by tho 8. S.
It. It. Hind nnd wlfo left for tho
Mainland to bo absent till welt into
Mrs. Marshall nnd young daimhtcr
left by tho America to visit relatives on
The case of II. Vlda, charge. with sell
In? liquor without a license Ins beui
posiponeu unw uccemueru.
A monthly meeting of tho Woman's
Doard of Missions is being held this af
ternoon at Central Union church.
Tho stockholders of the Homo Ila-
kery Co. will meet nt tho ofllco of Ocar,
Innsing & Co. tomorrow nt 3:30 p. m.
M. I). Curtis nnd others nro still
llguring on giving Honolulu a second
popMkir playhouse, with vaudcvlllo fea
tures. Representative Richards, who is still
enthusiastic over his recent long trip
to tho States, left today by tho KInau
for his Hllo home.
President Dolo was at tho Exocutlvo
Building this morning nnd received in
formally n number of army officers
from tho transports.
Almost every merchant in town i
complaining of n shortage of goods on
account of the lack of shipping facili
ties at San Francisco.
Harry Evans helloves that tho De
land woman who enmo her ns a trans
port Btownwoy, wa3 murdered In a low
resort In San Francisco.
Tho new captain of Co. A, N. 0; 11.,
Is Win. Carlylc, a man of much experi
ence. Harry Klemmo is first lieutenant
nnd Frlcdersdorf Is second.
A. Z. Buckcrmnn has located in Ho
nolulu ns tho representative of Ncu
stadtcr Bros., a Coast firm manufac
turing neckwear and haberdashory gen
erally. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, aunt and uncle
of Miss Kate Kelly, of the Hawaiian
Foreign Olllco, left yesterday for tho
Mainland after spending n month In
W. II. Coney of tho Bulletin staff,
leaves today on a vacation trip to
Kauai. During Mr. Coney's absence Ed
Towse will havo charge of tho city de
partment of the Bulletin .
The Anglican Church Chroniclo for!
December has been issued. Besides
its usual interesting complement of lo
cal and church news, tho Chroniclo has
sonio pertinent remarks, on tho 'school
Mr. Bhrcnsteln, who was at ono tlmo
with Wall, Nichols & Co., and after
wards with tho Benson, Smith Co., left
for tho Coast by tho America. Ho will
return to Honolulu in a fow months
and cngago in business.
W. C. Gregg left by tho America for
n business trip to tho States. Ho was
accompanied by wlfo and children. Mr.
Gregg goes abroad to nrrango for tho
manufacture in tho States of steam
plows, portablo railway and other plan
tation supplies for tho Islands.
(3. B. Robertson, promoter of Maul's
new paper, returned to Walluku In to
day's KInau. Mr. Robertson lias re
ceived liberal patrouago from Honolu
lu and vlth tho staunch support of
Maul anticipates a successful futuro for
his paper which will bo Issued the first
of tho year.
Tho two-year-old child of John
Vierra was very badly bitten by ono of
Allan Herbert's monkeys this morning.
Tbo child was tossing coffee berries to
tho monkey which broke away from its
chain nnd lacerated tho child's fnco
terribly, Tho beast was finally shot.
Tbo child is doing as well as could bo
DO NOT FAIL TO BE PRESENT AT THE OPENING
OI IVjili OHRISTHiA &AJL.TE2 OF
FANCY - ART - GOOD
You will find everything you may
H. I., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1899.
it "p- yJVok.
Our new stock of Men's Slippers is just opened,
and shows everything, that is new and fancy.
Hanan's new styles, are particularly attractive, and
are sure to prove winners at the coming season.
Do not fail to sec these, they beat anything ever
- Mclnerny Shoe Store.
ALICE COOKE'7 ROUGH VOYAGE
Tho Bchoonor Allco Cooko linil n very
hard tlmo or It from San Francisco.
lor seventeen dnys nttor lenvlng tho
Cnpo hIio experienced southerly winds
nnd nil Icluds of weather. Whcro tho
trades shouat hnvo hcon, thoro thn
Aiico Coolc'o picked up light, calm and
varlahlo winds. Two weeks ngo tho
Allco Cooko sighted tho.Aldcu Dcbso
and Lurllno, hot 11 of which arrived nt
Honolulu nnd KnhuluU respectively,
somo thrco days ago. A week ngo Sun
day Hawaii was sighted nud tho Allco
Cooko took from thnt timo to inako
'iho fast sailing vessel is laden with
029,000 feet of lumber, as much ns alio
daro carry in tho summer time. Do-
sides this sho has thirteen largo spars
for Sorenson & Lyle's marlno railway,
tho largest being 101 feet long, 22
Inches through tho middle and 11s
straight as an arrow.
The Bulletin, 75 centaper numlh.
(Under Mrs. Board
ETIHERE is where we
W rrf inrratliar tU
,l. IUlt.lllt.1, lilt
proper ioe, at the
For Artistic Designing
ft And Correct Style,
visit our Dressmaking Depart
ment, in charge of Mrs. Josephine
Colvin. : Assistance offered in
selection of dress materials.
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.
Telephone 4j(. 519 Fort street.
A Small Hoy Fouml.
Chns. J. KIschcll nnd Charllo Cro
zlcr had an ndventuro with n lost boy
Inst evening nnd Hnally, through their
efforts tho child wns returned to his
Tho llttlo follow wns found crying on
Vilkol street and when asked his name
'said It was George. Mr. Klnchcll
thought It was tho child of a neighbor,
but on Inquiry found tho members of
tho neighbor's family nil nccouutcd for.
A lady camo along who thought tho
wnlf belonged to a family on Ilcrctnnla
street. It did not, however, so Char
lib Crozlcr took tho find homo with
him nnd fed him. A telcphono mess
ago to tho police station brought the
mother of tho boy to Crozlcr'u house.
Sho had been waiting for news of tho
Tho llttlo fellow had walked
from Kakaako to tho baseball grounds
and when it got dark could not find his
One coupon and as cents, On To
desire in Fancy
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