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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1899.
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 pi ice
less 10 per cent for cash.
The Hawaiian HardWhie Go.
Fort street. opposite Spreckels' Bank,
No shop-worn goods on the coun
ters of merchants vho advertiseiin
JUST RECEIVED, A
o? Sf mm x '
Tones " WWf-
THE BEMSTROM MUSIC CO.,
Xmas Wear !
THE FINEST AND BEST IN THIS SEASON'S
TO BE HAD ONLY AT
MISS M. B. KILLEAN'S,
2-BI4 8tor8-2. . 205-80T Hotel dtvezt.
- Mill" 4
Our Hairdressing and Dressmaking Departments are:at. your
"' l "service!
IF YOU WANT A SUBSTANTIAL,
bAbY-KliMNU VVHbbL, BUY A
WHITMAN & CO.,
250 cases of Holiday Goods just opened.
Come early and get first choice
Stoics open evenings until Xmas.
WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
LARGE SHIPMENT OF
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
V. AT. liroolis, attorney, Spicckols
Dr. Ilownt. D. V. S.. has n card In
Haw Btignr, 4'ic; market unchanged
nml without special Interest.
All kinds of cnrrlago painting by ltp-to-dato
painters at tho Stockyards
Diamonds bought before the lloer
wnr to bo sold at low figures. Geo.
Dr. Scaparone has been ndded 'to the
Hoard of Health staff of emergency
For tho latest bhadea In llbbonu,
sailor hats, etc., call on Mis. Ilnnna,
Judge Cooper has called a loinii-il
of tho inspectors to be held at J o'llwl.
Must be sold out, Hop Wo & Co.'m
stock of linen crash and duck milts.
Sco New Today.
A local drug- houso offers a black
plague preventive accompanied by a
rather confident advertisement.
A modification of orders In regard to
traffic between town and Palama, ap
pears in this issue. Sco Now Today.
Business is picking up around tho
center of town again, but there Is little
or no trading in the quarantined dis
trict. As tho pilot boat patsed tho Wnr
rcn yesterday the negroes were all
completely nude. Tho ship was be
ing thoroughly fumigated.
The I X I. hackstand, coiner King
and Ntnianu streets, is not quarantin
ed. Hacks may bo engaged by rlnglni;
up Tel. 84. See New Today.
Thco. Richards and Ernest Aiott
Smlth were ut tho Board of Health
oflltes this morning securing disin
fecting supplies for use in Chinatown.
A regular garrison of tho N. O. II.
Is In existence again at lho Kxecutlvo
llulldlng. with tho barrackH In tho
.nsemont. Guards arc stationed nt the
At a meeting of Y. M. C. A. directors
this afternoon tho work of selecting
persons to carry out thu usual New
Vcar Day program will bo entered
Just to be ready for any possible
emergency, tho Board of Health cot
tages at Kakaako are receiving homo
furniture that will make them nvall
ablo for hospitals.
"Thero 'ftero moro people In this
store miring an hour this morning."
said. Col. Thompson, at the Wall
Nichols store, at noon, "than there
were nil of Tuesday and Wednesday."
A burial certificate was Issued by
tho Board of Health today for tho In
terment in Maklkl cemetery of tho re
mains of James Kcpoo, Japanese In
fant, died of dyhentery, attended by
n foreign doctor.
The wife of Dr. Kobayashl, tho well
known Japaneso physician and rur
geon, died this morning. Meningitis
was tho cause. Mrs. Kobayaahl war.
but 23 years of ago and was a great
faorlte In Honolulu.
Regulations prohibiting tho wasto of
water will bo strictly enforced from
now on, on account of scarcity of wa
ter and Increased demand for cleans
ing purposes. Privileges will bo sus-
pemled where any waste Is detected.
The many tine new books mentioned
In the prospectus of tho V. M. C. A. ,
library, Issued tome weeks ago are I
now at hand and havo been placed on 1
tho shelves. Tho reading room Is bo
Ing Improved by placing linoleum on J
Thero was quite a scare for n few I
minutes at the Hoard of Health head
quarters this morning. It was re
ported that one of tho rabbits which
had been inoculated with plague had
escaped. It was 6lmj)ly a matter of
the cage having been moved from 0110
room of the morgue to another.
The Pacific Import Co. annouruo a
special salo of seasonable goods. Their
great doll fair is well worth n visit,
bringing delight to tbe eyes of tho
female youngsters. Theso dolls, Just
Imported, compriso every variety of
mechanical and flaxen hair beauty.
Senslblo gifts in sterling slivcrwnre,
organdies, lawns, children's suits etc.,
etc. See ad on page 8. .
DO NOT FAIL TO BE PRESENT AT THE OPENING
wThis Day ,
OP 3VXSi CHRISTMAS JSAX-iES OiF"
FANCY - ART QOOD
(Under Mrs. Boardmans Management).
You willifind everything you may desire in Fancy Pillows, Center
Pieces, fire, fire. '
E; W. JORDAN,
Our new stock of Alen'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
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
Printed Wash Goods, Lawns, Percales and
Ginghams, - - - 5c to 10c a yard.
A Large Assortment to Select From.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD
ri3va:oxrx c&? go.
BEG TO ANNOUNCE that they are now better prepared than ever before to
meet the wants of the people. In their large, varied and well-selected
stcck gifts can be found to suit eeryone. Having made a study of the
gift business, even the most fastidious will be pleased.
In their stock vou will see RICH CUT GLASS. SI GRLING SILVERWARE.
(Flfet'Class engraing done In connection with this Department) Bohemian Glass
ware in crystal and gold and colors, Bronzes, Ornaments, Figures, Fancy China, '
Hawaiian Souvenir China, Jardinieres and Fancy Flower Pots, Potteries, Vases,
etc., Dinner, Breakfast and Tea Sets, l'ollet Sets, all prices. Piano, Banquet
ana Hanging l-amps. Onyx Tables. Plated Table Silverware (Reed & Barton's
and other makes). Table Cutlery. Kitchen Outfits. Including Jewel Stove, for $25.00. '
Gurney Ice Boxes. J8.00. htandard Blue flame 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 feature this
year will be our special tables No. 1, preents for 10c; No. 2. presents for 25c; No. J,
presents for 50c; No. 4, presents for f 1. 1
WW. Dimond &; Co, Ltd.
mHERE is where we 1
? get together, the
pi (- 1. 1 ouut, 111 lilt
nerny Shoe Store.
- 8 1-3 to 35c a yard
20c and 25c a yard
10c and 20c a yard
1-3 and 12 l-2c a yard"
Just the thing
On To Manila, a complete hli
tory of the Philippine campaign
handled inclusively by the BULI.I
I1IUINER' man PARIS.
143 POST ST.
SAN FRANCISCO CALIF.
The flulletin, 75 eentaprr month.
10 FORT ST.