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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, DECEMBER. 2, 18A9.
A Thing of
Beauty Is A
. Joy Forevel
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,
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.
Tbc Hawaiian Hardi&ie Go,
Fort street. opposite Spreckels1 Bank.
No shop-worn goods on the coun
ters oi merchants who advertise in
Fifty Pianos From $250.00 Up.
One Slightly Used Piano, - - - $150.00.
THE BERGSTRQM MUSIC CO.,
BELLS! BELLS! BELLS!!
The Parting Knell for the old and the joy bells of
the New Year will soon ring out 1 Ladies requiring dresses or
millinery suitable for the coming .season don't forget that
MISS KILLBAN takes the lead for style andfashion.
-s. xhe Manicuring and Hairdresslng De-
pertinent is unequaled for artistic work.
iftei Call in and see us at the new stores.
Miss m. e.
We desire to call
The Prince o?
....Consumes not more thnn
a half of the carbide consumed by
. . . . Unequalled for brilliancy of
light and simplicity of construe
WHITMAN & CO.,
Sole Agfnts for the Hawaiian Islands.
IN TOWN . . . . .
250 cases of Holiday Goods just opened
Come early and get first choice
Stotes open evenings until Xmas.
WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
20B-20T Hotel Street.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Dr. Emerson Is still 11).
Dr. Day returned from Walnlua yes
terday. Young man wants work. Sco Want
For lubricating oils, see 13. O. Ilnll
ft Sons new nil on page 8.
For rough sailor hats, ribbons, etc.,
try Jlrs. Hnnnn, Fort street
The Amateur Orchestra had a very
successful rehearsal last evening.
For cranberry, mince and pies of
all kinds, ring up tho Love Bakery.
There will be no meeting of the
Central Union Choral Society this
O. Dletz may be found at O. Blnrt's
Btoro on Fort street While the quaran
tine Is In force.
Orpheum matinee prices; school chil
dren, reserved seats 25 cents. Adults
25 and 50 cents. ,
Congratulations to Dr. Archie Sin
clair on his initiation into tho sacred
order of benedicts will' shortly bo In
Most of tho military guards in
Chinatown havo been furnished with
chairs by kindly disponed shopkeep
ers. Extra dinner at WalkikI Inn, Sun
day and New Year's from 6 to 7, 50
cents. Bathing at high tide Sunday,
2:50 p. m.
Tho Am. bktn. Archer, Calhoun, was
loading December 21 at San Francisco
with a cargo of general merchandise
"Im off," as the rat Kald when lie
left his tail In tho trap. W. W. Dl-
mond's rat traps, however,- mnko n
The Am. Bhip Cyrus Wakefield,
Macloon, was to take on a cargo of
general mercnandlse at San Francisco
for Honolulu December "u.
Assessment No. C of 10 per cent on
the nssssablc stock of tho Kona Sugar
Co., Ltd., iKcomes dcllqucnt January
id, 1900. See New Today.
There Is still further troublo brow
ing in the matter of tho perjury cases
In the Police Court connected with tho
recent liquor case of Georgo Houghta-
Ah Chew, the hustling Chinese vege
table and fruit man is one of tho un
fortunate .people around whom tho
line of quarantine guards has been
The Haw. baric Roderick Dim, John
son, and the Am, brig Cortney Ford,
Lindholm, sailed from San Francisco
for Hllo December 23, with cargoes
Mrs. Gunn will give the usual Fri
day night danco In Progress Hall this
evening. Solomon's quintet Clug will
furnish music and a most enjoynblo
social event may bo anticipated.
Tho namo of tho young Chinaman
who died from tho plaguo outsldo tho
Chinese hospital Wednesday, Is Chan
Tal Chung. It was not until some time,
after death that his identity was learn
An insane native woman was
brought from Walohlnu, Katt, In the
Mauno Loa this morning. Tho patrol
wagon was summoned and sho was im
mediately removed to tho Insano
II. J. Nolto of tho Beaver restaurant
was kept on the run all day yesterday
chasing about Chinatown with a bun
dlo of clothes under his arm for his
Chinese waiters and cooks, but ho wns
not the only one.
Two runaway horses caused , con
siderable excitement on Alnltea street
this morning. One was a largo dray
horse and tho other a carriage horse.
There were many narrow escapes, but
no serious damage.
Lowers & Cooko are uistrlbutlng
their ever welcome memoranda calen
dar fori the new year. Tho booklet
contains many valuablo additions to
the pages of local data to which busi
ness men havo often to rcfor.
The Pacific Import Co. will hold ft
special ten day towel sale. Tho firm
have just Imported a heavy consign
ment of Turkish and other towels di
rect from the factory. Hotel and
boarding house keepers see ad on pago
DO NOT FAIL TO BE PRESENT AT THE OPENING
OIF IV-iTSi CHRISTMA& S3AT Trt OF
FANCY - ART - GOOD
(Under Mrs. Boardman'6 Management).
Vmi&willTflnrl evepvfhin6 vmi irmv
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B. W. JORDAN,
I ASTORIA. J
Style, : Oomfort : and : Neatness.
AN BLBGANT SOFT VICI KID BALMORAL
FOR $4.00-ONB OF TUB NEW POPULAR
PRICED SHOES : : : : :
Per the last Australia, we received a grand line of new .styles in
Men's, Women's and Children's.
Just in season for tlie Holiday traeV.
The Children's While Canvas Slippers, Men's House Slippers, and
Ladies' Evening Slippers, are especially nice, and are selling readily.
Our stock is complete. ' .
We are in position to fit you.
NTINERNY SHOE STORE.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD
Are You Having
Done at Home?
Then It will pay you to purchase one
MACHINES from Dlmond & Co.
You can find at our store all the
Wringers, Tubs, Flatlrons, Clothes Lines,
Our Washing Machine is so simple that
The R. P. Rithet will bring us another
also "Standard" Blue Flame Wlckless Oil
We have also on the way another carload of "Gumey" Refrigerators, all sizes.
W.W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
Importers of Crockery and Glassand House Furnishing Goods.
- - c s
of the famous "St. Louis" WASHING
necessary articles that go with it. such as
Cloth Pins, Ironing Boards, Self-Washing
a child can work It.
lot of "Jewel" Stoves for coal or wood.
destine in Finr
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Lodge Cnblfc BUI.
Washington, Dec. 1C. Among tho
bills Introduced In tho Senate today
By Lodge To provide for telegraph
ic communication between tho United
States of America, tho Hawaiian Isl
ands, Guam, tho Philippines, Japan
and China, and to promoto commerce.
Tho proposed measure authorizes the
Postmaster General to contract with an
American cablo company for tho pay
ment by tho United States of not ex
ceeding $100,000 a year for twenty
years for tho electrical transmission of
official messages of the United States
to Honolulu, Guam, Manila, Hong
kong and some point in Japan. Tho
cable must bo In operation by Janu
ary 1, 1903.
Tho bill further provides for n dupli
cate lino of cable, In order thnt thoro
shall be no Interruption of communi
cation. Tho nmounts received by the
rabel company from tho United Stales
shall bo used only for repairs and re
newals of cables, etc. Tho company
must nt all times bo capable of fulfill
ing Its contract or forfeit tho payments
by tho United States, and If tho com
pany tall to transmit the Government
messages during a period of two ycara
tlio Government's obligation shall
cease. After twenty years Govern
ment messages shall bo transmitted nt
half rates forever. In cnce of war the
Government may take possession of
the lines and stations of tho company.
J. Q. Wood Makes PrcHcnt.
The plan 3 presented to the new gram
mar school In Bucksport bv John Q.
Wood was placed In position Wednesday.
Kenebec (Me.) Journal. ,
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M HE. AUGER
MilliHER from PARIS.
143 POST ST.
SAN FRANCISCO CALIF.
The Bulttlxn, 75 cents per month.
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