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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., THUK8DAY, DECEMBER 7, 1899.
A Thing of !
Beauty Is A s '
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.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
IF YOU WANT A SUBSTANTIAL,
EASY-RI.MNG WHEEL, BUY A
WHITMAN & CO.,
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 price
less 10 per cent for cash.
Books of the Hour
Tbc Hawaiian Bardwaie Go.
Fort street. opposite Spreckels' Bank
No shop-worn goods on the couiv
ters o! merchants who aclveitisc in
DAVID H ARUM
.WHEN KNIGHTHOOD WAS IN
THE KING'S MIRROR
I Anthony Hope
I OOM PAULS PEOPLE
f ..,. Hlllegas
NO. 5 JOHN STREET
A NAME ! TO CONJURE wilH
111b LlUiN AND I HE UftllAJKN
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd.
Hook, MimIc and Nw Dealers.
..I'lanojSold on IniLllments..
JUST RECEIVED, A LARGE SHIPMENT OF
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 Manicuring Parlors equal any
thing on the Coast. The latest Parisian and New York styles.
Scalp treatment a specialty.
Fall Millinery, Parisian Waists, Dress Goods, Opera
Capes, and Fancy Neckwear.
MISS M. E. KILLEAN,
Emmet May io under the weather.
B. O. Hall & Son, Ltd., for bicycles
at $30 and up.
Charllo Talk le confined to tho housol
with a had cold. I
Seed cane Is being planted now at tho I
new Puna plantation.
Tho Orpheum announces a series of
Saturday souvenir matinees.
Wnlalua assessable sold for $S4.r0 on
tho stock exchange this morning.
Horses properly shod to correct
faults of gait at tno Stockyards shop.
Attorney Geo. D. Gear Is to return
rrora Washington early m tno now
A meeting of tho Board of Education
was called for 2:30 o'clock this afternoon.
Just landed a splendid consignment
of rough sailor hats. Mrs. Hnuna, Fort
Read N. S. Sacli'n ad on page 2 nud
learn, how to save thirty ccnt3 on tho
Tho Bohemian Girl will bo produced
at tho opera house this evening by the
More taxes have been collected for
this district so far this year than tho
total of last year.
President Hosmcr, of Oahu College,
has been Indisposed for several days.
He has a severe cold.
Tho Young Men's Jlescarch Club will
meet tomorrow ovcnlng at tho homo of
Rev. Wm. M. Kincald.
The Invitation tennis tournament
men's doubles, opens at tho Pacific
courts this afternoon at -I.
The old Gullck residence on King
street is being cut into secttomt for re
moval' to Independence Inr!.
Members of tho Waverloy Club are
reminded that tho annual oli-ctlou of
officers taken placo this evening.
It has been planned to havo some
choral singing at n rehearsal of the
amateur orchestra once a month.
Sixteen Chinese, for gambling, were
fined $7 each by Judge Wilcox this
morning. Peas of guilty were entered
Geo. T. Klucgel has purchased a lot
In tho baseball tract of Gear, Lansing
& Co., and will build thereon n resi
lience. The heedless driving caso in which a
native girl was victim yesterday morn
ing, wns not heard on account of her
Johnnie Hnsslngcr is again In a most
precarious condition. All tho morning
ue uns uecn violently delirious and had
to bo constantly watched.
Sonny" Cunbn writes that ho has re
duced to 230 pounds and Is In excellent
trim. He considered tho football game
of Yale and Harvard a Yalo victory.
Rev. G, L. Pearson last evening unit
ed In mnrlage A. P. Arena, a well
known contractor and Miss Hattla
Arcns, who arrived from tho Coast yes
Frank L. Hooks reports that Nance
O'Ncll and tho Frawloy Company will
nppear at toe opora liouso next season
Clay Clement will be In Nanco O'Ncll's
Jonathnn Shaw writes from the
States thnt ho waB much benefitted by
tho voyago to San Francisco ami that
his health seems to bo greatly Improv
"Jack" Atkinson has lust endured
tho tribulation of losing, by foreo of
dentistry, n wisdom tooth, but thanks
to tbc care of thoughtful friends, has
been supplied with n substitute.
Ono of tho mules of a Berotaula
street car fell Into tho ditch along sldo
tho track Inst ovcnlng. After a tus.-i'o
of nbout tlftccu minutes the animal
wns gotten above ground again and
J. Alfred Magocn and It. D. SUHman
have dissolved partnership. Mr. s:ui-
man will at onco pstabllsh his law offl
co in room 308 Judd building. Mr. Ma
goon will remain In tho bulldlm; n)xt
to the postomcc.
Tho pollco department Is waging
warfare on Chinese nnd other mer
chants who ntore more than ton rases
of kerosene on their premises. In n lit
tles shop in Chinatown tho other day
sixty cnt-r b were found.
fHERE is where we
get together, the
proper shoe, at the
J s2&&&ia&i!i proper time.
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 see these, they beat anything ever
Just the thing
6. S. SCHUMANN,
On To Manila, a complete U
tory of the Philippine campaipr
handled inclusively by the Butt I
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
Organdies, - - - - 8 1-3 to 35c a yard
Satteens, - - 20c and 25c a yard
Chambrles, - 10c and 20c a yard
Colored Flannelettes, 8 1-3 and 12 l-2c a yard
Printed Wash Goods, Lawns, Percales and
Ginghams, - - - - 5c to 10c a yard.
A Large Assortment to Select From.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD
GIFTS FOR EVERYONE!
IMDfcSIOiKriD eSs CO.
liG TO ANNOUNCE that they are now better prepared than ever before to
met the wants of the people. In their larije, varied and well-selected
stick cifts can be found to suit everyone. (Living made a study of the
gift buslnes, even the most fastidious will be pleased.
. In their stock you will see RICH CUT GLASS. STERLING SILVERWARE,
(First-class engraving done In, connection with this Department) Bohemian Glass
ware in crystal and cold and colors. Bronzes, Ornaments, Figures. Fancy China,
Hawaiian Souvenir China, Jardinieres and Fancv Flower Pots, Potteries, Vases,
etc., Dinner, Breakfast and Tea Sets, Collet Sets, all prices. Piano, Banquet
and Ihnghlj Lamps. Onyx Tables. Plated Table Silverware (Reed & Burton's
and other makes). Table Cutlery. Kitchen Outfits, including Jewel Stove, for $25.00.
Gurney Ice Bo.es, $8.00. Mandard Blue llame Wlckless OH Stoves; see them In
STORE WILL BE OPEN EVENINGS, commencing Saturday. Drcember
Oth, Willi music, as usual, by the best Hawaiian talent. A new feature this
year will be our special tables No. 1, presents for 10:; No. 3. presents for 55c; No. 3,
presents for 50c; No. 4, presents for $1.
WW. Dimond & Co, Ltd.
An Evening of Uiicoi-ck.
Knmuakaptll church was overcrowd
ed for tho l.cpcrn' Merry Christmas
concert midu- tlio management of Wray
Tnylor last evening. Tho entertain
ment was n thorough artistic and finan
cial sncrcs3. About ?350 was netted to
he used In giving tlio people nt tho Set
tlement n good tlmo on Christinas. The
program uh published waa followed
without any chnngo nnd almost every
number was encored, tho responses re
quired being from ono to three Tho
orchestral nnd chornl numbers showed
much Improvement In work of this
character. Mr. Parmloy. Mr. Kgry and
Mr. Rockwell of tho Boston Lyrics wcro
tho professionals who appeared. Mrs.
Turner was greeted with storms of np
plauso nnd sang beautifully. Mr. F. W.
Sharp's excellent barltono was heard
horo in public for tho first tlmo. Tho
cello solo of Mr. Harold Mott-Smlth
was a notable number. Mr. Taylor di
rected tho amateur orchestra. Tho ac
companists wcro Miss Alllo Wall, Mes
srs. A. 1). Ingalls, Homer Smith and
W. 13. Sharp.
DO NOT FAIL TO BE PRESENT AT THE OPENING
This Day ,2
OF1 IVjklfc. C2JE3JFIT&TTSILA.& SALE OP
FANCY - ART - GOOD
(Under Mrs. Board man's Management).
You will find everything you may desire in Fancy Pillows, Center
Pieces, &c, &c
E. W. JORDAN,
No. 10 FORT ST
20B-207 Hotel Httcct.