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BVENINQ BULLETIN, DE.OflMBEB 12, 181)0.
E. W. JORDAN'S
No. 10 Store,
. . . GLOVES . . .
Kid Gloves, White, Cream and
-:- Tan -:-
Evening Gloves, 8 to 16 Button Length.
Black Gloves with win to stitching.
Colored Gloves with colored stitching.
Roal Boindoer and Kim berly Driving Gloves.
HANDKERCHIEFS . . .
Tho largost assortment of Ladies' Win" to Ltnon Em
broidered. Tho largest and best assortment we have ever shown,
LACES i . i i
Wl ito nnd Butter Vulencionncs Laces with insertions to
.Ural Jliiitoso Lnco with insertions to mutch.
ptJiuL Stock op
P. D, Corsets!
-:- MULLS -:-
White, Colored and Croam Mulls. Somothing New !
Plain and Figured all C dors.
Bffi" A full assortment of Stumped Goods for ombrod-
A lnrgo and varied stool; f European and Japanoso
Rugs. Stair and Can ino Uarpote. All sizes and
XMAS TOYS . . .
Rocking horsos, swinging horses, police patrol wagons,
gig rockers, duxters, shoo fly velocipedes, push carls,
doll oarriiigoH,wngons, wheelbarrows, stick horfio chimes,
croquet sots all sizes, swings, airguns, school drill
guns, magio Innterns, a comploto assorlmont of games,
mechunicil toys, Christmas tieo ornaments of all kinds,
coss.iquos and bon-bons,
Dolls! Dolls! Dolls!
Small toys of every kind.
LEATHER GOODS . . .
Lidios' purser), sterling silver mounts, ladies Morocco
and calf handkerchief bags, ladies' lambskin and felt
E. W. JORDAN'S
Uo Lnr r the lnll,lcr.
Near tho hen house in tho alloy,
By tho woodpilo up the lane,
Stood a grand old turkey gobbler,
And he sang this sad refrain
Sang to all his fellow-turkoys
In a soft sweet baritono:
''"We'll bo thoro, but wo won't know
"When they pull our wishing
"1'es, indeed, wo'll all bo with
"When they gathor; when they
But out hero in this old barnyard
I would rather, I would rather,
Scratch all day for a ninglo bito
Thau bo served up 'out of sight'
To bo carved when friends unite
Then his voice grow very husky,
Thoro wore tearH in every oye,
And ho gobbled rathor rusty
Ab ho spoko of "by and by:"
"When tho fleecy veil of oveuing
Covers earth and sea and Bkv
On tho twenty-fourth, or later,
AVe will meot in turkey pie."
"It is meet that wo should
Although thoro we meet our fate;
But we'll mete it out to others
If they oat our moat too late.
Then adieu to field and pasture,
For this river wo must cross,
Filled complete with oyster stuf-
, , fing'
To go honco with crauborry
II. E.N. Roost.
iItOSl:itOl).N PACIFIC HI A II..
A Illtlitcml Declared mill n Strnmer
New Ywik, November 18. C.
P. Huntington, president of the
Pacific Mail Steamship Company,
at a regular meeting of tho cor
poration today, was authorized by
tho board of diioctoro to invito
bids for a new Dteamnhip for uso
in tho China trade, having a capa
city of between CUOO and 7000
tons and thoroughly equipped
with all modern improvements in
motivo power and accommoda
tions. Thodirectois, for tho first
time sinco 1887, declared a semi
annual divideued of 1 per cent,
payablo Decombor 1st. Tho cash
on hand in tho treasury as re
ported today is 81,150,000.
m - mt
The Universal Itemcdj,
"Getting too stout? That'll nn oaty
matter, if cm must buy n bk-yclo."
"GctHug too tliiu? Tliat'tiavi'vyeiia'
plo matter. You must boy u blcjoJo."
Muttt-p Iliiiiil t'onrort.
Profossor Burger lias arranged
tho following program for tho
Sunday afternoon concert at Ma
Tho Old Hundred.
Overt uro I au Coutcrno
I-'antasla-lioldljcuUcs Soiree KIIiik
ll.illnl The I'nlms Fuuru
Si I olioii I Mnrtirl UocLsettl
Si I - tluii Mnrtlia Flotow
IV , r i Mii'in Itoostnl
(i.iwittc 1'iIiic ess Mny Kuttaun
riisi'iuh-Attaiifnlnpof tho Mon...lCoiitzlcy
At I'mmn Srjtinro.
Following is tho program for
this u'tornoon's concert by tho
Hawaiian band at Emma square
which counuonces at -hoO:
Manli llic 'lliimdiii'i Pousa
Fiintanln lMim in Hie Gii-i-ii .. .Klknliurir
Muirti In l-'li :h (new) It mcntluil
MUnu-ru -li 'IiuviiIimu Void!
WulU riii T.wnli-s Zi-lk-r
' liuuu . l'onul
Dr. C. B. High, dentist, gra
duato Philadelphia Dontal Col
lego, 1S92. Masonic Temple.
Ex Barkentine Castle
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Furniture ! -:- Furniture !
. Consigned to . . -
Ordway & Porter.
Largest Shipment Ever Brought to Honolulu.
NEWEST DESIGNS !
FINEST FINISH !
BEST DUALITY !
Most Complete Stock and the Greatest
ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN FUR
NITURE AND HOUSE FUR
NISHING GOODS !
"Will "be placed in our "Warerooms
at once. Particulars in a few
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Hotel- and IBethel Streets.
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