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'jriK EVENING JiULLE'JIN: HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, JANUAKY 29, 1U0O.
A Thing of
Beauty Is A
Just arrived per S. S. Aus-'
tralia a grand display of assort-1
ed silver-ware viz.: !
Fancy Berry Dishes, j
Fruit Stands, J
'X ruaainj? uisnes,
j Cry antl p'ck,e Stands
i$ Tee Tubs, Ice Water Pitchers
cvwith or witnout outers,;
t-ancy L.ara receivers,
Spoon Holder?, '
Individual Salts, Peppers and
Mustard and Napkin Rings.
variety of Rodger's
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 price
Jess 10 per cent for cash.
The Hawaiian Hardwaie Co.
opposite SpreckelV Batil;.
No shop-worn goods on the court
ers of merchant who advertise in
C .d SI C
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SOLD ON EASY PAYMENTS
COME AND HEAR THEM
THE BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.'S,
Progress Block, Fort St.
To Make Room for New Stock.
Bargains to be had in Elegant Silk
Waists and Skirts, Underwear,
nillinery, Feathers, Ribbons, &c.
ALL GOODS WILL BE SOLD AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
MISS M. E. KILLEAN.
Hairdre88in and Manicuring Parlors.
Arlington Block, 205-207 Hotel St.
THE GALG1UM KING.
Repairing a Specialty.
WHITMAN & CO.,
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Sole Aeents for SHANNON FILING
CABINETS AND DOCUMENT FILES.
Seethe RAPID ROLLER CJOI'lbK
best In the worlil.
Safety Document File Hoxes like cut.
Many other good things, call and see
WALL, HICHOLS CO.,
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Tim Yurnshlme Mnru mils tomorrow
1 Then- was no business at Circuit
Court chambers today.
The W. O. Hall reports fair weather,
again on the Garden Isle.
The band will filny on the grounds of
building grounds this morning.
j The Kaunl will Hall for I-lhatna nnd
, Knnnnpnll nt I o'clock on Vcdnesdny.
j The barks lleechdafo and Klnfauna
hae cleared In ballast for thn Sound.
! The Wnllaenle and Mnkeo should bo
bach from Knunl tomorrow or soon nf-
The I'ehrunry term of the Flrct Cir
cuit Court li due to open thl'i day
The China will, In nil llkllhood, bo In
from Fan Francisco tomorrow after
noon. The stenm schooner Surprlto started
out on her first trip to Kona Sunday
Captain Chapman of the Lancing In
accompanied by his wife and family
on this trip.
The bands will pay on tho grounds of
the Executive building nt 7:30 o'clock
this evening. "
John Hun Is 111 nt lilt, home in Vul-
klkl and has not been down to business
s-lnre last Friday.
Ah Ho, ii thrce-inimths'-old Chinese
child, died nt tho Knllhl detention
camp this morning.
There Is a foreign ttAmer probably
a tramp Japanese, fifteen miles west
at 2:30 this afternoon.
Chief Clerk John A. Haingcr U
again nt his desk In the Interior olllco
after severnl days of lllm-asi.
.jr. Peterson returned from MolokM
yesterday and Immediately handed In
his report to the Hoard of Health.
The Fraternal Societies Association
Is meeting this afternoon to consider
n report from the building (ommlttee.
Amendments to charters of corpora
tions, of no public Interest, worn con
sidered by the Cabinet this morning.
The Kilauen Hoti Is Hill In port with
A. II. Loebenstoln aboard. Tho Morn
ing pap"r plated that she saiit.il yester
The Minister of the Interior calls for
bids on the coimtrmtlon of new
wharf nnd warehouse. Fee New Tn
dny. The (iolden flute fur Kaunakukal
and the Alice Kimball for Kaunnkakal
nnd iihel, will get away this after
noon. The Andrew -Welsh sailed in Willatt
for Hllo early this afternoon, there to
take on n cargo of sugar for Fan Fran
cisco. Lodge el. Progres de l'Octnaic, No.
124, A. & A. S. nite will hold Its regu
lar meetings this, evening In Masonic
The schooner Aloha with ft lull car
go of general merchandise from San
Francisco, anchored off port this af
ternoon. The barkentine Archer did not arrlvo
In the harbor until 3:10 p. in. Saturday
last. Sho nad an uneventful trin from
San Francisco. j
The sciiooner Okanogan. Ikubcli
master, arrived and anchored off port
Sunday with a load of lumber from
Port Ludlow, which place she left De
Tho Lo Munyon Photo Supply Co.
will receive on tho Australia tho larg
est line of moulding that ever enrao to
Honolulu, nlso.th elatest machinery to
make up samo Into frames.
Fho was discovered in the woodn u
mile up Mr. Tantalus at 5.80 Faturday
afternoon. Commissioner David
Haughs with four men went there ami
put out tho Humes after two aires of
nnik'i brush had been burned
"Tho Hawaiian Scenic Calendar" for
1000, published only by tho Golden
Itulo Bazaar, 31C Fort street, Is n beau
tiful work of art. It eclipses all pre
vious efforts In this lino, nnd nothing
would ho more appropriate at this time
thnn to mall ono of theso to the "folks
nt homo." Pries KO eenln
This space is reserved for
E. W. Jordan.
1 ASTORIA. J
Style, : Comfort : and : Neatness.
AN ELEGANT SOFT VICI KID BALMORAL
FOR 5-l.OO-ONB OF THE NEW POPULAR
PRICED SHOES : : : t :
Per the last Australia, we received a 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 Slippers, Men's House Slippers, and
Ladies' l:cnmu Slippers, are especially nice, and are selling readily.
uur stock is complete.
We are in position to fit you.
House Furnishing Goods !
CORK AATS prevent colds and col J feet and absorb the moisture; just what Is
wanted for the bathroom floor. It Is a pleasure to stand on one of these mats after
OCEAN CHURNS make butter In h.ilf the time or any other kind auJ are easily
Ceaned. Simple and effective.
FLY-CAT CHING PLATES.-They hold six sheets of stlckv flv naner. As soon
as one Is filled It can be pulleJ off without
win not son carpets or lurniture, and is nonpolsonous.
The cleanest and surest Sticky Fly Catcher on the market
Goods Department is
W.W. Bimond & Co., Ltd.
Importers of Crockerv and Glass and House Furnishing Goods.
Sole Agents Jewel Stoves, Gumey Cleanable Refrigerators.
Store open from 7 a. m. to 5:30 p. m.
Those wishing to make purchases
of Dry Goods without coming into
town, are invited to place orders
large or small, by telephone or
We deliver free to any part of
th 3 c i ty .
Our telephone No, is 436.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD, ,
Importers of Dry Good3.
soiling the figures; Is self-protecting and
luiikuuii iiuiii nisi iu mm, ,
on the second floor. Take the safety 1
June I told you n secret yesterday
and ou went light off and told It.
Kitty I know It.
Jane What did you do that for7
Kitty What pleasuro Is there In
e)llng anything that everybody
Knows? Detroit Frcss PrcBS.
Tin: tiiui: condition.
Urlggs Do you bellovo that the
world is divided Into two classes, those
who borrow and thoso who lend?
Griggs No, sir! My cjcpcrlenei Is
that two other classes nro much mora
prevalent thoso who want to borrow
and thoso who won't lend Life.
POINTS OF VIEW.
"Tho soil," remarked the economist,
"Is what supports us."
Here tho lawyer admitted that land
Is the cause of three-fourths of tho liti
gation, while tho doctor did not deny
that cflluvla from tho giound lends to
much sickness. Detroit Journal.
Subscribers to the BUL
LETIN not receiving their pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying the 'Busi
ness C'Tice, Telephone 256.
Arena Bought by a Syndicate.
New York. Jan. 11. Tho Arena
mngtizlno has been purchased by a
syndicate of New Yorkers, nnd begin
ning with tho February number will
bo under tho editorial control of N. O.
Fanning, who slnco January, 1898, has
been Deputy Commissioner of Correc
tion. Wiiiio tho names of tho persons
composing tho syndicate aro not mado
public, It Is said that several proml-
'"'l I'i'iiiiiciniB nro interested in tlio
venture nnd that It will be their ob
ject to iiinko tho Arena a vehlclo for
tho distribution of Democratic princi
ples of tho old-fnshloncd kind.
I.lttlo drops of water,
When tho wild wind blows,
Somehow llko to dangle
From n fellow's nose.
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