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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, DECEMBER 23, 1898.
5 r NOVELTY LEADERS! "VTo have IMi3xx JBmlcULo Variety. XML The very Latest Jrads in Are SILK and CHIFFON STOCK COLLARS. Wc' are selling some Particularly Choice Steady Mny lie termed the market for liny, Qrnln nnd Flour. Wo menu for the best Smiles. Of course Inferior Ornln nml l'eed Is dear nt nny price, nnd poor Flour Is not worth the drnynge to your home. You tnkc no chnnces ns to qunllty when ordering from us, nnd our prices nre in keeping with the market. IE CARRY ONLY THE BEST, When you wnnt the Best Hay, Feed or Qrnln, nt the Right Trices, order from CALIFORNIA FEED Telephone 131. CO. I -T Embroider'd Handkerchiefs Nicely Boxed, making a Pretty but Useful Christinas Gift. Our Stock of- GLOVES AND RIBBONS Is full to overflowing. We will sell vou a Pairs of Four-Hutton Tan or Wliito Kid Gloves Tor $8.50. now ABOUT X-adies' Silk Under vests ? Our Price for the Holidays, 3 for $loo. FOR CHRISTMAS! 1 0 fi li 1 YLltKliT T. (llt lif 11 AM) SUPA RATED. IK I. His .Motlier luis nt Last Succeeded in Her Efforts Wife Gets the Custody of Their Child. FINK MINCE, CRANI1EHRY, SQUASH AM) LEMON PIES. ALSO TUB REGULAR I'RllT PIES, AM) FANCY CAKES. Turkeys, (ieesc nnd Pigs Roasted for the Oenernl Public. . I'laee your orders as early sible. as pus- v i m 0 paou' no 11. a. dmiiia un 4. ' I .0R if&S. " 1 IT!2??31 1 Y GOODS COMPANY, LT Presents We are just in receipt of fine line of Fine from the best known manu factures in the States. Would it not be better to piosent ft gif ; of something tlivt would n )t only be ap preciated, but useful and comfortable? Have RUBBER TIRES Fitted to Your Old Vehicle. SGHUMAN Island Orders Promptly Filled. Carriage and Harness Repository, Fort St., above Club Stables IChristmas - Goods JUST RECEIVED I AND Japanese Movelties. NE ART SCREENS, PORT1ERRES, LKS AND SILK GOODS, POUCH YIN WARE, LACQUER WARE, NDSOME KIMONOS, PAJAMAS, jGS, ETC., ETC. , CURIOS, jrn 1& )n't buy until you have seen our stock. I will suit you. The goods aud the prices MURATA CO. Hotel Street, corner Nuuanu Street. 11 Styles of Hats Native Hats. BRANCH HAT STORE, NUUANU STREET. Perfumes Perfume Sets and Bottles Direct from the Makers. Lundborg's, Ricksecker's Roger & Gallet's. Maie Cologne, ii, an 1 it L0E'S BUKERY, Telephone 'JS2. Nuunnu Street. Fort Street, Honolulu. Christmas Flowers Plants, Potted Ferns, Pntpnlifrii FLOWERS On both Saturdny and Sundiiy next. Orders enn be left tit the Woman's Exchange or at Benson, Smith A Co. MKS. V. Iw. KING, Telephone 051) '.r 31)1. FOR CHRISTMAS! A (food ninny people will remember Mr. and Mrs. Allien T. Church, who enine here something over a yea"1 ago, Immediately after "u tnjf boat wed ding," outside the (loldeii (bite, nhout wliieh linieh was written In rhe pa pern. Mr. and Mrs. Chureh are no 'ougcr husband aud wife. In fact it is n nice legal (tiustlon whether they were. And the legitimacy or illigltiinuey of a ba by boy eight months old is n cpicsih'n that seems rescned for .legation years hence when the Church estate is 'distributed. Albert T. Chureh and Angie Foster were Oakland High school tiuplls J" and HI years of age respectively. Apill 1'.), 1M)7, they were married by tin; master of a tug boat on the high seas just outside San Francisco bay. Mi. Sarah .1. Chureh. the mother of the bridegroom, stormed when she he-ud of it. The Church family is ri-ili ami the I'oiter family Is not. The young couple came to Honolulu, whore Church was employed in u Fort street jewelry store. Itut they went back to Oakland, where Mrs. Church '.enlor seized her son, sent him to a school in lloston, ami began a suit for -he an nulment of the marriage. While th'.s suit was pending the supreme court of California decided all "tug boat" marriages invalid. The suit was th-n abandoned, and n new one begun in accordance with this new light. .lunge Ogden on December 3rd entered a de cree which ends the marriage. The wife is ghen the custody ot the child. Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures Pormnnontly euros Scrofula, which Is ono of the worst afW Mictions of tho li inn an race, en cornea from impure blood. Eczema, n most offensive, nnd uncomfort able affection of the skin, aloe due to Impure, blood. Salt Rheum, a torment to tho llcsh, a dis figurement to tho body, and s drain on (ho system, also duo to vitiated blood. Pimples, which so disfigure the skin, and make tho human faco divlno anytli'"2 but a thing of beauty, but which are Nature's adver tisement ot foul blood. Catarrh, which very often comes from a chronic affection of tho circula tion, is a constant offense to one's self and all his friends. Rheumatism, which all authorities now attri bute to various acidities in thn blood, which this great blood purlllor of tho ngc, Hood's Sr shparilla, corrects. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is sold by all Oriippisti. $1; six for JS. Pre pared only by 0. I. Hood Si Co.. Uiwcll. 31.133- Hrrrl'c Dillc are tin) best after-dinner 11UUU b rlllb puis, alii digestion. JSC- IIOBRON DRUG COMPACT WHOLESALE AGENTS. CATilOUC CAT1I DUAL. I'rograni of Christmas and Music. Dnv Services W V W W W W 55 GET IT AT WATERHOUSE'S. The Extra Mince Pies (equal to Swain's of San Francisco.) Plain Mincoand Cranberry Pies Also the regular Fruit Pies. The Christmas services at the Cath olic cathedral on Sunday will be: At l:::o a. in., first mass: at (1 aud T a. in. i masse.-, with Ilolv Communion: '.) a. in. mass for school Children; IOiIM) a.; tTT),-v-T.fl co- fe icai i roi'LTKY AND 1'IUS ROASTED FOR THE PUBLIC. Telephone 872. King Street 1 in. high pontifical mass; S . m tirmation anil benediction; 7 p. in. vespers and solemn benediction. The musical program for the day's services will be: At. !) a. in.. College choir. At 10::io, processional, brass band, march. Kyrio and (Uoria, Muller. (iraduale, Xoel, Adams. Credo, Muller. OlVertory, Gloria in Excelsis, solo, duet and chorus, saxophone and vio lin obligato. Sanctus and Agnus, Muller. Iteeessiunal. brass band, march. At 7 p. m processional, brass bapd. I march. I Pastoral (Christmas song). Lainhil lotte. Almu Kedemptoris, l.ambillottc. Tantiim ICrgo, .Schenuers. Itecessionnl, brass band, march. I here will be a collection taken the morning and evening services. 55 TO 1 i 3 1 I aj I I in Art Crockery and Gli-s'swnro 3j CMii alwajs be found nt our storo. Wo in ide ourselves that nothintr is nliowed to be misrepresented to our )atroiis' and upon tliis wo nr ixticinely stiicl. We feel that if ' n customer is not more than satu- fled with the purchases luude, an . injiiftiee has been done. Hy nl- lowing no uiisreprcscntntion of me guouH no lujusiico can occur. at A new and handsome line of English and American Suitings Has just been received. Why not present your father, brother, and the rest of your male acquaintances with something dur able as well as handsome? ooo IMSMAItCK. Owing to the tradition established by caricaturists that Ilismnrck had only three hairs on the top of his head, a servant of the Iron Chancellor who used to cut his hair, nnd kept the loi-ks by permission. Is having 'n hard time trving to sell them, the German public refusing to believe that they are genuine. Kussian Linen Crash Suits, com plete, for $12.50 per suit. Open evenings till 9 o'clock. OOO S- DECKER. Successor to 2VIoclol,os4 Ss Decker. Lincoln Block. King St. -THE COHPANY, LIA1ITED, Solicit your patronage and guaran tee the finest class of work at reasonable prices. All Flannels and Silks are washed by Hand. Ordinary Mending and Buttons Mending and Sewed On. Telephone oders. No. 583 and leave your 2 Weeks Only UK) new wood seat chairs, only 50e each; 100 new wood seat chairs,' only 0."e each; 100 oak cane seat chairs, only $1 each; 100 high back dining room chairs, only $i.r,o each; rolling top desks, $.'L,..')0; black walnut nnd antique oak bedroom sets, at a bar gain; baby carriages, $10 to $12..'0; double hair mattress, $0; double hea vy wool innttrcsscs, .$1 to $5; double strong wire mntresses, $.'! to $.1..r0; single wire mattress, and canvas cots, $2..K); tine feather and moss pillows, 80c to $1; small tea tables, 7.ic to $1; mirrors, large and small, very cheap; toys, spectacles, hardware, etc. In Holiday Art Goods we aro making a special diepliy of tho following lines: Majolica, Carlsbad, Bohemian, Donlton Fancy, Wedgewooil (la white and bine, blue and Krceti.) Queen's Jubilee Jugs, II. & II. Art Lamps, American and European Cut U lass. All in the handsomest and latest deeigiiH. J Wo nlso carry a lino of hand , some I Crockery and Glassware 5: nt prices Unit aro receiving favor I on account of their ehtapness. 5: THERE ARE ALWAYS I new fresh groce'ies of the "PURE FOOl4"prndo in our Grocery Do , p irtinciit. Wo tiro always on tho ulerl'to servo you with the beat of I I i I 31 I I 51 I I I 51 ! 51 I 3J I 51 I t; everything that the American and European Marl' ets can pro uce. Iv. si- rATIIISWS. licretania, St., opposite Progress 1111c. Hill HIS MFG. CO. LID CARRIAGE AND WAGON BUILDERS RUDDER TIRES AND ROLLER HEARING AXELS. WILSON Ss WIIITKI10USE, Solo Licensees Hawnllan Islands. 121 Queen Street. COYNE & MEHRTEN NOW IS THE TIME to have your Upholstering done. We have just received a large supply of Upholstering Goods of the Latest De signs. A large variety to pick from the best that was ever imported here. If you want a Box Couch for Ladies' Dresses, covered in any style, we can do it. Parlor Sets or Odd Pieces reupholstered. Call and see our Cozy Corner Louuges something new. You will want one when you see it. Mattresses made to order and renovated. Silk Floss for Cushions and Pillows. Telephone 028. -AOCAI-tlA. STRJEJX. Masonic Temple. J. I. HE WAVERLEY BLOCK, BETHEL ST. 5 I 51 I 5J GROCERIES, HARDWARE I CROCKERY. T ESTABLISHED IN 1851. J LEADERS IN 1808. AY AV M. AY AV AV . 51 AV WHEN IN NEED OF A GOOD, CLEAN SHAVE HY EXPERT ARTISTS, WITH SHARP TOOLS, VISIT THE SILENT BARBER SHOP. YOU CAN'T DO BETTER ANY WHERE IN TOWN. THE S1LEMTJARBER SHOP, Joseph. Fernandez, Proprietor. Arlington Block, Hotel St. .