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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1890.
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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,
' " Desert Forks.
Just the thing for Christ
mas and New Year presents.
Please call and examine for
yourself. Lowest market pi ice
less 10 per cent for cash.
Tbc Hawaiian Hardwme Go.
Ftrt street, opposite Spreckels' Bank.
No shop-worn goods pn the coun
ters of merchants who advertise in
IF YOU WANT A SUBSTANTIAL.
EASY-RhMNG WHEEL, BUY A
WHITMAN & CO.,
250 cases of Holiday Goods just opened,
Come early and get first choke
S totes open evenings until Xmas.
WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
JDST 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
ninnei Gowns, and Callintr Costumes
Our Hairdressing and Aanicuring Parlors equal any
thing on the Coast. The latest Parisian and New Yo styles.
Scalp treatment a specialty. .
Fall Millinery, Parisian Waists, Dress Goods, Opera
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
The bears nre after Bwo stock Just
V. M. lirooks, attorney. Spretkcls
Johnny Hasslnger's condition Is te-
ported as unchanged.
American Messenger Service, Ma-
boiiIc Temple. Tel. Hi.
Thcro will bo an election of ofllccr
this evening In Pacific Lodge of .Masons,
Jus. Dodd, who has been qui to III,
was able to be down town this morn
Shipments of holiday goods to the
other Islands will bu very heavy all
The colored soldiers had nlong pine
tlco or exercise march In tho mud this
Tho six-day-old child of Win. G.
nrash, of the Wilder Steamship Co.,
died last night.
Work Is progressing rapidly one tho
macadamizing of tho extension of
A regular meeting of the Trlanglo
Literary Club of the Y. M. C. A Is to
bo held this evening.
Capt. Breedon, who Is with the Mc
Candless boring outfit returns today to
finish a well at Lnhalna.
Attorney Geo. A. Davis Is able to bo
about again after n wrestle with a so
cro attack of rheumatism.
Frank Nichols of Wall-NIchols, and
II. h. Kerr, tho architect, nio to lmo
residences on Pacific Heights.
Grand minstrel first part by tho col
ored soldiers from tho transport War
ren at the Orpheum this evening.
l.cn Wal has full power of attorney
to act on behalf of Len Tow during the
lattcr's absence from tho Islands. Sec
One of the most'sultablo Christmas
presents jou could find would bo n
copy of tho "Aloha Collection of Ha
Tho Amateur Orchestra will meet
for regular rehearsal on Thursday
evening next, Dpcember 14tti, in tho V.
M. C. A. hall at S o'clock.
Engineer Ward is now In entire
charge of tho government dredger,
which Just nt'thls tlmo is engaged in
some especially heavy work.
Tho mysterious patient nt tho
Queen's hospital still refuses to say
anything about the matter In which ho
received a knife wound In tho back.
Tho largest packing cases over haul
ed up Fort street were seen a couple of
days ago; They contained cases for
showing merchandise nt Lo Munyon's
Mr. C. V. Kccnan, with tho Hobron
Drug Co., has been quite ill during tho
past week with n threatened attack
of appendicitis, but Is now fast regain
ing his health.
The ship Hawaiian Isles, after bo
Ing delayed hero nearly two week's by
desertions of men had a crew filled
by Mr. Iewis, the new shlplpng master
from tho States.
Superintendent Cassldy says that the
new switchboard at'tho main exchange
will bo In commission on or befoio
January 1. Some girls to bo employed
will bo secured In Honolulu.
The Pnnahou team has conceded the
championship to tho St. Louis boys
without playing tho final game. St.
Louis considers this a compliment to
the capacity of Its football eleven.
W. II. Dlmond & Co. should be con
gratulated on tho success of their holi
day opening last Saturday evening.
Tho arrangement of their storo, tho
flno display of goods and the splendid
light wero very attractive. Tho music
as enjoyed by a largo and apprecia
tive audience. The store will be open
every evening until Christmas.
Mr. W. W. Wright, of the. Honolulu
Carriage Manufactory, announces that
ho will discontinue tho importation of
harness and vehicles, and to effect a
complete clearance hla entire stock will
this week afford tho public an oppor
tunity to secure surrey's, buggies carts
brakes, harness, whips, robe, etc., etc
at bargain prices. Remtnber the sale
is for this week only as all foods mint
be cleared out
nUCPP Itf tirtlArA tt.n
get together, (he
nrnivr hn of flirt
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Ums- proper time.
Our new stock of Alen's Slippers is just opened,
and shows everything, that is new and fancy.
Hanan's new styles, are particulaily attraclive, and
are sure to piove winners at the coming season.
Do not fail to see these, they beat anything ever
Mclnerny Slioe Store.
Spring Dray. i
Just the thing
6. S. SCHUMANN,
On To Manila, a complete hl
tory of the Philippine campaipnl
handled inclusively hy the BULLI
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
Organdies, - - 8 1-3 to 35c a yard
"' Satteens, ----- 20c and 25c a yard
Chambries, - - 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!
X3X3vioKrr s oo.
BUG 1 0 ANNOUNCE that they are now better prepared tlun ever befor to
mtet the wants of the people. In their large, varied and well-selected
stcck gifts can be found to suit everyone. Having made a study of the
Gift business, even the most fastidious will be pleased.
In their stock you will see RICH CUT GLASS, STERLING SILVERWARE,
(First-class engraving done In connection wlth'thls Department) Bohemian Glass
ware In crystal and cold and colors, Bronzes, Ornaments, Figures, Fancy China,
Hawaiian Souvenir China, Jardinieres and Fancy Flower Pots, Potteries, Vases,
etc., Dinner, Breakfast and Tea Sets, Toilet Sets, all prices. Piano, Banquet
and Hanging Lamps. Onyx Tables. Plated Table Silverware (Reed & Barton's
and other maltes). Table Cutlery. Kitchen Outfits, Including Jewel Stove, for Jjs.oo.
Gurney Ice Boxes, t S.co. Standard Blue flam Wlckless Oil Stoves; see them In
STORE WILL BE OPEN EVENINGS, commencing Saturday. December
9th, with music, as usual, by the best Hawaiian talent. A new future this
year will be our special tables No. i, presents for !; No. 2, presents for 15c; No. 3,
presents for 50c; No. 4, presents forti.
THD LAST CAIt.
Tho last cars of tho King street lino
going to Walklkl and Palamn pass tho
Anchor Saloon. Tho cleverest mixolo
gists In tho city aro thcro always to
put you up anything you may desire.
Drop In nnd tako a drop beforo you
tako tho car. Tho celebrated ScatUo
beer Is to bo had hero on draught. A
full line of liquors, Including tho fa
mous Jesso Moore Whiskey, ole., al
ways on hand. Received per Warrl
moo, Italnler Bock Beer on draught
Tho Anchor Saloon Is here to ploaso Ha
W.W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
THE LOGAN AT OIBUALTAIt.
Gibraltar. Doc. 2. The United State
transport Lognu, which sailed from
I New York on November 20 for Manila,
with the 41st Infantry and a numbor
ot women nurses on board, has ar
rived here. All on board aro well.
I There ia only om Jeaac Moor. TVhte-
key In tha world and that la cold anji
I aura. Lovejoy A Co. ara aistrlbutors
for tha Hawaiian lalaaOa.-
DO NOT FAIL TO BE PRESENT AT THE OPENING
vThis Day ,
OF- 3V"!fc OIIIXISTILVLilLQ SALE OF"
FANCY - ART GOODS !
(Under Mrs. Boardman'6 Management).
You will find everything you may desire in -Fancy Pillows, Center
Pieces, &c, &c.
Capes, and Fancy Neckwear.
MISS M. E. KILLEAN,
B. W. JORDAN,
No. 10 FORT ST,
205-207 Hotel 6ttcct.
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