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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 wait
Desert and Tea Spoons,
Just the thing for Christ
mas and New Year presents.
pPIease call and examine for
"yourself. Lowest market pi ice
less 10 per cent for cash.
opposite Spreckels' Bank.
No shop-worn goods on the coun
ters oi merchants who advertise in
For the Holidays
Fifty Pianos From $250.00 Up:
One Slightly Used Piano, - - - - $150.00.
THE BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.,
BELLS! BELLS! BELLS!!
' The Parting Knell
jthe New Year will soon ring out
millinery suitable for the coming season don't forget that
MISS KILLEAN takes the lead for style and fashion.
partment is unequaled for artistic work.
Call in and sed us at the new stores,
A. RL 1 1ST O TO
'IVfiSS M. E.
We desire to call
The Prince of
.... Consumes not more than
a half of the carbide consumed by
.... Unequalled for brilliancy of
light and simplicity of construc
WHITMAN & CO.,
Sole Agnts for the Hawaiian Islands.
2?o cases of Holiday Goods just opened.
Come early and Ret first choice
Stores open evenings until Xtnas.
WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
for the old and the joy bells of
! Ladies requiring dresses or
and Hairdresslng De
205-20T Hotel Street
Santa Clans liirii
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Dr. A. Sinclair will bo absent from
town from January 1st to tho 15th.
Honolulu Chapter, No. 1, It. A. M.,
will meet this evening In Masonlo
W. P. Wilson, oi T. II. Davlca & Co.,
Is laid up with a very bad cold nt his
homo on Alnpal street
A critical Inspection of our shoes,
will convince you of their superiority.
Mclncrny bhoo store.
Tho reopening of tno Government
schools Is postponed till further no
tlco by order of tho Minister of Public
Passengers by the America Maru
speak In hlgncst terras of tho oulccrs
of tho steamer and her splendid ac
commodations. A special meeting of tho MhM'uclflc
steamship Company, Mil., will bo held
on Friday, December 29th nt 2 p. m.
Sco New Today.
"Im oil," ns tho rat snld when ho
left ills tail in tho trail. W. w. Dl
raond's r.it traps, however, make n
Kor the boundary lino of tho newly
quarantined district lenders am re
ferred to tho Uoard of Health adver
tisement appearing en pago 8.
local stock brokers arc not at nil
alarmed over tho clump of Hawaiian
securities in Ban Francisco. It is not
likely to afreet tho local market.
Tho family of tho lalo Oapt. Christ
ian havo u lard in this lssuo cxprebs
Ing thanks for kindnesses shown by
friends during their lato bereavement.
Joseph Marodcn, after nn absence
of nearly two years, nppnred again on
tho scene yesterday by tho America
Maru. Air. Marsdcn hits been spending
tho time traveling in Uuropc.
John Wlhon, who returned from tho
States yeiterday, stated that ho and
his Hawaiian show was leccivcd very
well in places such as Chicago and very
badly in places such as St. Louis.
Tho Infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Tolbcrl of Iwlltl died this
morning from ncuto bronchitis. As
tho death wan rather sudden tho City
Physician was sent out to tho plnio to
Mystic Lodge, No. 2, K. of P., fleeted
officers latt night. 8. J. Salter, C. C;
Thos. McTJgho, V. CI.; A. L. Morris,
Prelate; T. O'Brien, M. of V.; Chnrlcs
IJerllncr, Master of Exchequer; Q. II.
Herrey, Master of Finance; A. E. Mur
phy, K. of It. and 8.; J. B. Gorman,
M. A.; 11. J. Gallagher, O. O.; J. M.
McChesney, Trustee; Drs. Day and
Lucy K. Pcabody has filed In the
Circuit Courts of theso Islands thir
teen suits for quieting tltlo to lands
claimed by her and Bituato on all the
islands except Kauai. Tho defendants
arc H. it. Macfarlano, hclra of tho lato
H. A. widcman, Bishop Estate, Sam
Parker, P. 0. Jones,. Emily P. Juda,
Kailua Coffee Co., R. A. Lyman, Kamn
noha, Pioneer Mill anu others.
The Grant Did Not Stop.
The United States trnnsnort Grant.
from San Francisco December 20, ar
rlvcu off port this morning (it 10
o'clock. Sho staycd'oK tho mouth of
the harbor for an hour, Colonel Ruhltn
going out. to her in a shoro boat. Sho
brought no mail for Honolulu. At 11
o'clock she steamed away and will ob
tain coal at Uunm.
Tho 48th Infantry, composed of col
ored soldiers, the last of tho twenty
volunteer regiments recently called out
by tho President wcro on board.
The Boston Lyrlch.
For this night only, tho opera 11 Tro
vatoro will bo placed on tho Orpheum
boards. To thoso who enjoy high
class opera cparkling with classic gems
this comes as an opportunity. Tho an
nouncement mado by tho management
that no tmoking will bo allowed dur
ing tho prebent soason talcing strictly
enforced. Patrons, therefore, who
deem tho practice objectionable need
havo no fear on that score. Admis
sion CO and 7B cents. Box seats ono
Tho Evuilng Bulletin, 75 conts per
DO NOT FAIL TO BE PRESENT AT THE OPENI
FANCY - ART - GOOD
; (Under Mrs. Boardman's Management).
You wllCflnd everything you may desire in Fancy
V Pieces, &c9 &c.
Style, : Comfort : and : Neatness.
AN ELEGANT SOFT V1CI KID BALMORAL .
FOR $1.00-ONB OF THE NEW POPULAR-
PRICED SHOES : : :
I'or tlit. last Australia, we received u grand line of new styles in
Men's, Women's and Children's.
Just in season for the Holiday trade.
The Children's White Canvas Slipper.., Men's House Slippers, and
Ladies' Evening Slipper, are especially nice, and are selling readily.
Our Mock i.s complete.
We are in position to fit you.
MGINERNY SHOE STORE.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD
,Are You Having
Done at Home?
Tnen It will pay you to purch isc one of the famous "St. Louis" WASHING
MACHINES from Dlmond & Co.
You can find at our store ail the necessary articles tint ro with It, such as
Wringers, Tubs, FlatlronSj Clothes Lines,
Our Washing Machine Is so simple that
The R. P. Rlthet will bring us another
also "Standard" Blue Flame Wlckless Oil
We have also on the way another carload of "Gurney" Refrigerators, all sizes.
W.W. Dimond & Co, Ltd.
Importers of Crockery and Glass and House FurnUhlng Goods. 1
. . tiXJUJXuriA,,', r .. .U,,.. ,
Cloth Pins, Ironlnc Boards, Seli'WnsliIng
a child can work It.
lot of "Jewel" Stoves for coal or wood.
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vrt-'iy tij ;:
FOR MAIL."" 1OT
Washington, Dec. 20. Tho Post
master General today signed a call for
bins for furnishing Improved mall ser
vicobctwecn San Francisco and Sydney
N. S. W. , for nn optlonnnl term of
either five or ten years, beginning No
vember 1, lHOU, tinner tho subsmy net
of 1891. Tho chief significance of tho
action Is tho substitution of vessels of
American register In the Pacific sci
vice, the enlargement of tho service to
soventeen outward trips per year in
stead of fourteen and an expected lav
ing of four days In tho passage, thus,
In connection with expedited tollwuy
mail service, making tho shortest
rmito posslblo between Sjdney, New
York and London.
Bids, which nro to bo roceUed until
Mnrch 31 next, must provide for steam
crs of tho second clnss, of not iom than
5,000 tons nor less thnu sixteen Knots
Bpced, and stops nio to bo mndo nt
Honolulu, Hnwali, Apia, Samoa, anil
such other points ns the Poitturuiter
General may select.
Defeat Reciprocity TrcuttcM
Washington, Dec. 20. Such strong,
opposition lins do eloped in Congress,
both In tho Scnato and House, to tho
reciprocity li cities with Franco, Ar
gentina anil tho Biltlsh West ladles,
recently negotiated, that It Is quite
probablo they will not bo ratified. The
treaties are In danger not only because
of tho 'opposition to certain specified
provisions, but because the Houso will
withhold Its approval even if tho ne
cessary two'thlids vote should bo ob
tained in tho Senate.
MIUINER ron PARIS.
N3 POST ST.
SAN FRANCISCO CAUF.
Tlie Bulletin, 75 cents per, month.
10 FORT ST.
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