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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,
' Cake Baskets,
L... Pudding 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 gre.at variety of Rodger's
celebrated silver plated ware
' viz.: -
.", "-, ; 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.
The Hawaiian Hardwaie Co,
opposite Spreckels1 'Bank.
No shop-worn goods on the coun
ters of merchants who advertise in
Wrffi'lM' wrP -sr--fey I
Fifty Pianos From $250.00 Up.
One Slightly Used Piano. - - - - $150.00.
THE BERGSTROM MUSIC CO,
1 THE FINEST AND BEST IN THIS SEASON'S
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TO BE HAD
MISS M. E.
3-BIH 8tores-2. 205-20T Hotel Street.
Our Hairdresslnff and Dressmaking Departments are at your
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IP YOU WANT A SUBSTANTIAL.
EASY-RliMNG WHEEL, BUY A
TUB GREATEST SHOW
IN TOWN ......
a?o cases of Holiday Goods lust orened,
Come early and Ret first choice
Stojes open evenings until Xmas.
WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
' LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Stmr. Walalcale. Greene, for Kapaa
and Kauai ports at 12 o'clock.
All kinds of carriage painting by !-
to-dato painters at tho Stockyard))
For tho latest shades In ribbons,
sailor hats, etc., call on Mrs. llnnnn,
A bin section of tho old Oullck bouse
Is planted on Palnco Square for a Sun
Hall &. Son, In their removal work,
nro still giving employment to 11 largo
force of men with teams;.
Electric lights from the down town
station nro to bo supplied for eiwial
moro rooms in Oahu co'k-go.
A sale of bamboo and lauhnla arti
cles will take placo nt tho Kawalabao
Seminary on Tuesday evening.
DIAMONDS bought beforn the lloor
war to bo sold nt low figures. GKO.
HAFFNEIt, Manufacturing Jeweler.
DON'T PASS our OPEItA GLASSES
for tho World. They'ro mado by I.o
Malrc. "Xuff Bald." H. P. WICIIMAN.
Weather permitting there will be n
concert at V. W. Dlmond'H storo
this evening, commencing at 7 o'clock.
Jap laborers at tho quarantine sta
tions are to bo Hhippod to plantations
direct, aboard tlmo-tcrvliig Island
Samuel T. French, principal of Pu
nahou Preparatory School gavo a illn
ncr last evening to a fev of his bach
But a few of tho good ecats remain
for the" presentation of Faust by Mrs.
Turner and tho Lyrics on Tuesday
The Valaleale. niter taking on n
cargo by means of lighters sent from
the Inter-Island wharf, Balled for Kn
paa at 12 o'clock.
Very llttlo buBlnoBS at the police, sta
tion these days. Four white men, who
were fctowawaya on a trausport havo
been booked as vagrants.
If you want a nlco Christmas present
for your boys or girls, go to tho Lo
Mimyon Photo Supply Co., nnd get n
beautiful camera or Kodak.
Superintendent Frazce, the new su
perintendent of tho Government dec
trie light plant, lu starting out -yell,
so vay his superiors in cilice.
Any report to tho cifect that there
has been more than two cases of fully
diagnosed plague, is rn exaggeration
nnd an unwarranted harmful state
ment. Among the bights that remind one of
the near approach of tho fcstlvo Rea
son may bo mentioned J. S. Salter's
window, Orphcum Block. Toko tho
children around nnd let tlicin enjoy tho
One of the lighters used for loading
tho Walalenle was loaded down this
morning with boxed and heavy freight
of all descriptions. On top of tho whole
heap was one email locking Iiorso,
probably to" be tho mo-it welcome por
tion of tho wholo cargo to sumo llttlo
hoy on Kauai.
The New England Bakery haB chang
ed hands. Mr. J. Oswald Luttcd, who
has so long been Identified ns its
energetic manager, now assuming en
tile control and proprietorship. Mr.
Luttcd'8 many friends will heartily
wish him a continuance of prosperity.
Tho Hawaiian band quintet will sing
and play this evening in tho I.nnal.
Mrs. II. 11. Williams will hold n
grand sale of unique fancy embroider
ed work on Monday and Tuesday next
In tho window of the City Furnlturo
Store. 531 Fort street Tho articles
comprise elegant biscuit, oriental and
minstrel poster pillows, ladles and
gentlemen's handkerchief, glove, ncck
tlo i'.ikI jewel boxes. Baby pillows,
robes, shoes, etc. All admirably suit
able for Xmas gifts.
Those desiring their clothing clcau
cd in tho most sanitary manner should
send to the Honolulu Steam taundry.
Tho equipment of this Institution for
thorough sanitary work is complete.
All polled clothes sent In nro thorough
ly sterilized under high temperatures
and tho packaf;es aro wrapped In spe
cially prepared paper to guard ngalnst
any possible jnfection. Tho laundry Is
rushed with orders, but is equipped
to fulfil the public demand. Telephone
DO NOT FAIL TO BE PRESENT AT THE OPENING
OF 3VjT3t OIIRISTA1AS SALES OF
FANCY ART - GOOD
You willlfind everything you may
B. W. JORDAN,
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Our new stock of Aten's Slippers Is just opened,
and shows everything', that is new and fancy.
Hanan's new styles, are particularly atti active, and
are sure to prove winners at the coming season.
Do not fail to see these, they beat anything cvr
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD
LISLE HOSIERY! "
Hermsdorf Stainless Black; High-spliced
Heel, Double Sole.
Ladies' 35 Cents
Gentlemen's 30 "
REGULAR PRICE IS 75c.
Handkerchiefs, Ribbons, Stamped Goods, Dining and Library Table
Covers, Lace Curtains, Portieres.
All Articles of Ladies' and Men's Furnishings.
BEG TO ANNOUNCE that they are now better prepared than ever before to
meet the wants of the people. In their Inrge, varied and well-selected
stcck gifts ran 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,
(Plrst-class engraving 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, Toilet Sets, all prices. Piano, Banquet
and Hanging Lainps. Onyx Tables. Plated Table Silverware (Reed & Barton's
and other makes). Table Cutlery. Kitchen Outfits. Including Jewel Stove, for $25.00.
Gurney Ice Boxes. 58.00. Standard Blue llame 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, presents for iocj No. 2, presents for 25c; No. 3,
presents for 50c; No. 4, presents (or f 1.
(Under Mrs. Boardmari's Management);
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W, Se together, the
proper jlioe, at the
, proper time.
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desire in Fancy
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Keeps constantly on hand
Studebaker's Farm and Express
Wagons, Dump Carls, Drays,
&c. Also, a full line of Car
riages and Harness.
On To Manila, a complete lili
tory of the Philippine campaigni i
haiuHeJ inclusively by the BULLI
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