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EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., TUE8DAY, DEOEMBElt 12, 1899.
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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 Kings.
variety of Rodger's
silver plated ware
Desert and Tea Spoons,
"p Medium and
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.
The Hawaiian Hardwme Co.
Fort street. opposite Spreckels' Bank.
No shop-worn goods on the coun.
tens of merchants who advertise in
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
change of program on
IF'VOU WANT A SUBSTANTIAL,
HASY-m.MNG WHEEL. BUY A
WHITMAN & CO.,
o cases of Holiday GooJs just oreneJ.
Come early and get first choice
Stores open ecnlngs until Xmas.
WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
JDST REGEIVED, A LARGE SHIPMENT OF
THE BERGSTROM MUSIC CO,
Ladies of Honolulu !
DEPARTMENT. : :
Takes the lead in this city for Tailor-Atade Suits, Evening and
Dlnnei Gowns, and Calling Costumes
L Our Hairdressine and Manicurintr Parlors equal any
thing on the Coast. The latest Parisian and New York styles.
bcalp treatment a specialty.
Fall Millinery, Parisian Waists, Dress Goods, Opera
Capes, and Fancy Neckwear.
MISS M. E. KILLEAN,
206-207 Hotel Street.
R Jf. lirooks,
sonic Temple. Tel. -Hi
The nslgnee's s lie In re bankruptcy of '
S. Decker has been confirmed.
SyJney C. b IdJell has been appointed
to fil. the v.icnncv In the Clerk's office of
the Circuit Ccurt.
The government band will ghc a
conceit nt Thomas Square thin evening
beginning at 7:30
The Hooulu and Hoola Lihul Society
meets to-morrow at lo o'clock, at Knplo
hnl Maternity Home.
Smith & Co., Fort street, oppose the
Catholic .Mission, for boquels, funeral
decorations, or cut (lowers.
Special meeting of Hawaiian Lodge
No. 21, F. & A. M., tbls evening, ot
7:30. Work In the iccond degree.
Charln'te D. King has petitioned the
Probate Court to be appointed guardhn of
the minor children of the late J. A. King.
"The fcllent patient" at llio Queen's
Hospital, the man who was stabbed In
the back ,1c now ablo to bo up about
The cascB of men and women who
wcio found carousing In a Wnlklkl re
sort, aro being heard by Judge Wilcox
Tho. P. Kevuorth has retltloneil for
the probata f the will of the lit: E I a
Luce, who recently died In Wales. 'I he
eate value is Jo.ooo.
vLucy A. McWayne has petitioned for
letters of administration on the estate of
the late A. McWayne. The estate is
valued at over fso.oco.
Attorney C. C. Bitting has transfer
red his pretence from tho otllco of
Counsellor Gear to US. Merchant
street, with R W. Hankcy.
Tho annual meeting of tho members
of tho Honolulu Library and Heading
Uooms Association will bo hold at tho
looms on Friday, Dec. ICtli, at 7:30 p.
m. Business Election of trustees.
On Thursday, Dec. 14th, at 10 a. in.,
James R Morgan will hold uu auction
sale of Hawaiian curios, being a largo
and complete collection of modern and
ancient native work. Sco New Today.
Francis Oay has sent to Wray Tay
lor from Knuai $50 for tho Lepers'
Merry Christmas Fund and W. W. Hall
lias turned in $50 that camo from foot
ball gamo gato receipts. This makes
the total fund from nil sources JC50.
Mr. Dec Mailc (i Sule.
L. H. Dee sold yesterday to Mr. Alusa
dj, wiio with Mr. Geo. Boardman, repre
sents here a large emigration business of
Japan and Hawaii, a fine residence in
Young street, with handsome grounJs.
The consideration was $5000 and Mr. Mir
sida takes possession at once. It is the
intention of Mr. Dee, In time, to dlspcsj
of his present fine residence In Young
street. He has four beautifully situated
lots at Kalmulcl and will build thereon a
fine home. Mr. Dee, during his tesldence
here of many years has d ne more than
his full share In adding good houses lo
the, buildings of the town.
! I Men's p- Cv p
llQHnnanQ F . . 1
33 vBjwftp t--w, sS
WHERE is where we
get together, the
proper shoe, at the
Our new stock of Aten's Slippers is just opened,
and shows everything, that is new and fancy.
Hanan's new styles, are particulaily attractive, and
are sure to piove winners at the coming season.
Do not fail to see these, they beat anything ever
Mchierny Shoe Store,
Just the thing
On To Manila, ;i complete hl
tory of the Philippine ca.mpaij.71
handled inclusively by the BULL!
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
Tom Wright Abroad.
Tom Wright, formerly the host
Organdies, - -Satteens,
Printed Wash Goods,
- 8 1-8 to 35c a yard
20c and 25c a yard
10c and 20c a yard
1-3 and 12 l-2c a yard
Lawns, Percales and
5c to 10c a yard.
A Large Assortment to Select From.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD
GIFTS FOR EVERYONE!
Wright's Villa, Walklkl, is still enjoying j
with Mrs. Wright, country life In old
England. Mr. and Mrs. Wright spent the
past Summer at various sea coast places
and found the life satisfactory, but of
course not equal to Walklkl pjstme. For
the present Mr. and Mrs. Wright are at
the village of StanJorp, Duiham,and have
settled down to housekeeping for the
Knhului Harbor Survey.
The Pathfinder leaves this afternoon for
Maul to survey the Kahulul harbor. It Is
the intention to Imake an accurate profile
map of tne bottom of the harbor, In the
interests of commerce and navigation.
Alter tne survey 01 tne naruor is compieieu ;
t ie Pathfinder will proceed to Hllo.
EG TO ANNOUNCE that thev are now better prepared than ever before to
meet me wants 01 tne people, in tneir nrge, varied ana weii-seiecteu
stick gifts can be found to suit everyone. Havlnc made a studv of the
gift business, even the most fastidious will be pleased.
In their stock you will ee RICH CUT GLASS, STERLING SILVERWARE,
(First-class engraving done In connection with this Department) Bohemian Glass
ware In crystal and gold and colors. Bronzes, Ornaments, Figures, Fancy Cnina,
Hawaiian Souvenir China, Jardinieres and Fancv 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 makes). Table Cutlery. Kitchen Outfits, including Jewel Stove, for $25.00.
Gurney Ice Boxes,. fS.oo. standard Blue flame Wlckless Oil Stoves; see them In
STORE WILL BE OPEN EVENINGS, commenclnc Saturday. December Pretoria safely.
9th, with music, as usual, by the best Hawaiian talent. A new feature this' A Sun cable from London, saya
Arniti for the Uoertt
Now York Nov. 30. A Sun cable
fiom Berlin says: Tbo Krouz Zcltung
prints a sensational story regarding
tbo Boors' supply of ammunition. Tim
purport tbnt Arthur Clinmberlaln,
brother of Joseph Chamberlain, Brit
ish Culonlnl Secretary, is head of
Kynochs, tho Brent gun making firm
of Birmingham. This concern, so tho
story runs, arranged last spring to
supply tho Boers with a number of
cartridges, which wero shipped an
Ironware and landed at East London
una Durban by tho German mall
steamsnlp Dundcsrnth, which mad
two trips for tho purposo. Tho rcnl
nature ot tho cat goes was not (Its-
covered and tho cartridges reached
year will be our special tables No. 1, presents for 10c; No. 2. prrents for 35c; No. j, thur Chamberlain, referring to the
presents for 50c; No. 4, presents for Si. .Borlln dUpatch, says the ammunition
J was shipped to tho Boers In 1896; that
mm . t m m u . thcro was no secrecy about tho nro-
W.W. JUimond dC U., JLtd. sS vff",0 v""'t -
DO NOT FAIL TO BE PRESENT AT THE OPENING
FANCY. -. ART - GOOD
(Under Ais v ttoardman's Management).
You wiH'f ind everything you may desire in Fancy Pillows, Center
Pieces, Src, Src.
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B. W. JORDAN, - - - No. 10 FORT 8T