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TiLE PACIFIC CQJOLEBCIAIi APyjEBTISKE: HON QliUIiXJ, , 15, 1894.
5 2 OY ' " VI oi CHALK TALKS. Ladies' Column. Christmas ! 33E2STSOIS7 SMITH & CO. Some bt iu k. jimrmjcx. Ladies have exceedingly quick wit; they ae keen of perception ; they are al ways on the lookout for gomethinp very fine in the way of Bargains. Thee people can enjoy a feaBt at my store till the Holidays are over. will the We the the Draw up thm chaAr about the log That vparkle bright ajxl guy; That in quaint flowera on the wall In madcap frolic play. Ch, tow all wjrrow to the winds. For thi in ChrUtmaa day. What if the r hilly wind without About the chimney blow And high against the fronted pan- Make minarets of enow When Christmas cheer thli cozy nert With comfort tx.ta alow The happy child upon the floor. With feelings luscious ripe, Play with the rod toy animal Of curlou.1 irpot or strip While deep within his little heart The birds of springtime pipe. lie roams b neath his loaded tree Beide the ingleriook, AIivr with candid, blocks and drums Dress Patterns from the most celebrated Factories in the World. Our shot and embroidered Silk Pattern are the most beautiful ever brought to Honolulu In Wool Dress Goods, I have an assortment iL.i ;t 1 a. I a. t " i i turn, wm pirae lue moBUHuaioas; aiso, judicioU3 buying Grenadines plain, striped, and figured I J ' Jrom the European markets. Gloves Commencing Saturday we KEEP OPEN EVENINGS till Holiday trade is over, have pat electric lights into store, and are ready for rash. From day to day oar business increases. "We are kent moving I TV T A IT "1 ... " vi A-V 1 lrum uiuruiug uii ujgui; uui uniy ourselves bat the goods are; what is the reaion of it! It's simply this: "We have been whispering words of economy: we hare talked about until at last you realize that you can really obtaiu first-class goods of us at prices you would pay for shoddy goods else where. Vie call them Quick Sales and Small Profit Prices, which means in OFFER Grecnbaum's Lubins, Lnndborgs, Roger fr Gallet, Collates IN LAP.GE VARIETY. Perfumes COLOGNE! iranna Cologne. Toilet waters. Sachets, Fancy Soaps, Etc., Etc. In all grades, shades, lengths and widths, from a long glove to a snort f love, ana a narrow one to a wide one. I . . . , . , . , cannot help but suit you in any style PIam English that there is no such and shade desired. JOHN NOTT, JUST RECEIVED J. T. Waterlionse No. 10 Store Christmas Goods are naturally what I wish to call your attention to, and to accommo date my patrons I have laid in a stock of Table bcarfs and Draperies, that are a perfect dream ot beauty; also, Silk Shirts, Ties, Handkerchiefs, Pajamas and Hosiery suitable for gentlemen of the most correct habits. Those People IMPORTER AlTD DEALER thing as just the same goods for less money. You realize it; everybody Steel ail(l Iron BaHgeS, StOVCS aild FiXtHieF. i : :l i - j i O ' ' HOCSKHPIKa G00D3 IKS EITCHEI CTZSSUE, AGATE WAKE IN GREAT VARIETY. White, Gray exd Siiver-plat-ed. HOSE Who always JL will And many a picture bock From dear old Eanta Clans, who came Laot night but huah oh. look! Ilf re cornea the plump and luscious goose Ho savory and brown, A irnldcn promise on a dih. Our rare and fears to drown. And plane on our triumphant brows A rich though fleeting crown. Come, let us carve him while he's hot And breathing fumes of spice. And pile the pungent stuflsg high Upon each Juicy slice. And in dream shallops lightly drift Through flowery paradise. And afterward well light our pipes While twttrght ihades appear. And when we break the wishbone frail. Amid the biasing cheer. Let him who wins wiah for us mil A happy, glad New Tear. A Bit of Patho at Clirbtxnastlde. There is a littlo girl of 0 who has proved herself one of the ministering children not in name only. A few weeks ago the baby of tho family died. The children as well as the mother ha'l looked forward to hanging up the baby'3 stocking at Christmas with a great deal of pleasure. But the Iops of the baby brought such anguish to the mother that she decided to liavo no Christmas cele bration of any kind. Last Sunday even ing, 03 tho family sat in partial dark ness, recounting their loss with all its sad circumstances, a tender littlo voice pierced tho gloom: "Mamma, isn't there any Christmas in heaven? 'Yes, darling.' answered tho weep ing mother. "It is always Christmas there." "Then why don't yon keep it here:' persisted tho littlo girL "Jus make b'lieve baby isn't dead, an hang up her little stockin, mamma, an lo's all have Christmas jus tho same an bo happr, like she is." Tho child's wisdom prevailed against the nnror.?onicg sorrow of tho mother, and the littlo cues are happy and busy filling the stocking of tho baby who wiii keep Christmas in heaven. have to "bemoan their fate" after the Holidays, for never in my long ex perience in the dry goods trade have I seen such beautiful goods of so much value offered for so little money. "A word to the wise is Z A-S O UiilwlWUU LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS, WATEB CLOSETS, METALS. Plumbers Stock, Water and Soil Pipei. J. J. EGAN. 514 Fort Street. 3819-tf A Banquet realizes it; hence our increased busi ness. Judicious buyers, shrewd buyers, those that appreciate the best goods for the least money, are the ones you see snapping up the new goods as fast as they go on the counters. They are the class of buy- g- f"J J3 FT! JOl era we are looaung aiier. This week yon will find a genuine Bargain counter loaded down with CALICOS, GINGHAMS, ORGAN DIES. COTTON CHALLIES. shawls, etc., etc.; come and Plnmbinff, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work look at them, and if you don't think they are the best goods for the XJIMOND BLOCK. 95 aad 87 KIKG STREET. money, don't buy them. 12"" Have you counted up the Sales Checks you have received from us yet? REMEMBER, we keep open nights from Saturday Dec. 15th, till the Holidays are over. Lamp ! B. P. EHLEES & CO. For Christmas ! TO BE GIVEN AWAY I HAVE RECEIVED A -: Ni3W -: STOCK OF IST. &. SaChs' SILKS .AJSTD FANCY GOODS f BY THE LATEST STEAMER. 1 OxX JL And they are now on sale at my Store W at the rJLi. Lowest Prices ! CG'Come and inspect before buj-mg elsewhere. Chritma Ieert. How Many Seeds are There in the Watermelon ? A HALF DOZEN SIXXS. SEE IF YOU CAN GUESS S. Nisliimura, FOSTER 15LOCK, MUANU STREET. 3S63-2w ONCE MORE IN THE LAND! N. F. BURGESS Is airain prepired to repair Garden Hose, hprinklrs, "Water Taps, Saw Fil ing and all kinds of Tools sharpened in cluding Carving Knives and Scissors; Lawn Mowers a specialty ; also Setting Glass, in fact all kinds of jobbing. Work King up lo2 Telephone anj time before 9 JXJST ARRIVED PER BARK C. X. BRYANT. BABY CARRIAGES of all styles, CARPETS, RUGS, and MATS in the latest patterns, " Household 99 Sewing Miach-ines Hand Sewing Machines, all with the latest improvement. Also on hand Westermayers Celebrated Cottage Pianos Parlor Organs, Guitars and other Musical Instruments. S3For sale by ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO , King Street, opposite Castle Cookc. Qive the Baby iia kjr m . bj .VJfc a ji FOR INFANTS TRACE aORA ET-LAEORA INVALIDS. MAH. 9 A Perfect Nutriment for Growing Children. Convalescents, consumptives, Dyspeptics, and the Aged, and in Arnte Illness and all Wasting Diseases. THE Best Food for Hand-fed Infants. Orit HOOK for the instruction of mothers, "The Cnre and FeetW fne of Inthnt,"will be mailedroe to any address, upon request. K. DOLICER-GOODALC CO Boston, Mass.. U.S.A. BENSON, SMITH & CO., Sole .Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. o'clock A. M- To Whom It May Concern. Christina Carol. The Crt Christmas carol, as Miltcn and Jtremy Taj I or have said, was eunz by the ast-Is on tbo plains of Dethle hem. This custom has prevailed in mot Christian countries and is perpetuated in England and on the continent. Cala Lrian miustrtls still leave thvir nioun-tain- during tho lat days prccelin Christmas for 27apleor Home, nalntiu with their wild music the shrines of t!e Virccia Motbt-r, to chc-cr her until the birth hour or thi infant Jcsu?, now near at hand. TIiv fli t Chriiitmas carols were hymii in honor of the nativity. They afterward assumed a more FccuJar char actir. manv r.f them beinprsonps of rev elry accompanying tkc fentivitie of the j eaicn. We have placed in our window a large watermelon; cf11 for and returned. the nearest guesser as to now many seeds it contains will receive as a New Year's gift, the handsome BANQUET LAMP with silk shade, now exhibited in our window. All guessing blanks must be sent in by Saturday, Dec. 29. lT Guessing blanks will be given away to purchasers at the store of 3 S3 4-6 m X. S. SACHS, 520 Fort St. Honolulu. To the Public. IHAVK OPENED UP A COM pleta stock of Groceries and carry evfrj thing needed lor your table. New goods arriving by every steamer. Call and cet my prices before buvincr. GBO. MclSTYKE, 3S55 CTt S22 Suuanu street, XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Jli that any person or persons puchas ing from See Qaon of Kalihi, Oaha. his interest in and to a lease to See Quon and Sea Lia from Manuel A. Barate, said purchaser will be held responsible for the full amount due on a mortgage to the undersigned. P. G. CAMAKINOS. Honolulu, November 16. 1SS4. 3345-1 m CENTRAL MARKET! TJXJTTJ STREET. First-clAS3 Market in every respect ; be sides carrying a fall line of Meats, we make a specialty of Breakiaat Sausages, Heml Cheese, Pressed Corn Bel. WESTBEOOK & GARES, 3437-q Peopbixtor. ENTEEPEISE H PLANING PETER HIGH & CO., OFFICE Alatea and Elcbards MIL! rcprietor cear Queen Street, HonclnJn. R EOXJjEL3DIISrGS5 Doors, Sasli, Blinds, Screens, Frames, Et TURNED AND SAWED WORK. LADIES AND GENT'S BATHING SUITS ! Ladies' and Children's Cloaks and Jackets, Children's Finaforec,' Silk, Shetland and Wool Shawh KID GLOVES, CHAMOIS GLOVES, ladies' and children's Hats and Bonnets ! TRIMMED AND UNTEIMMED, Dress Goods in great variety, Rainbow and Embroidered Crape, Feathers and Flowers New Curtain Materials, Silk and Velvet Ribbons, Leather and Silver Belts, Novelties in Ruchiii Chiffon Handkerchiefs ana Ties, LACE AND EMBROIDERED FLOUNCING S ! 35?3 THE WAE Between China and Japan does not affect my selling goods at a low figure. I had an immense stock of Japanese Goods ordered before the war was declared, consequently I shall continue to sell at the same low figures, as long as the present stock holds out. Today, or Monday, I shall have on sale a choice selection of goods just received by the Oceanic, consisting of Silk Dress Goods both figured and plain, Morning Gowns for ladies and gents, especially fine Silk Kimonos, Smoking Jackets, Silk Pajamas, Japa- nese ana unina ware, screens. Lamp Shades, etc., etc.. just the things you want for the holidays. Remember, I have the LEADING STORE for FIRST CLASS JAPANESE GOODS. fci Prompt attention to all orders. TBLEPHONE8 MUTUAL 55. BELL 4&S. Eoyal Insurance Co., OF LIVERPOOL. "THE LARGKST Ui THE WOJSLD."' Assets January 1st, 1892, 42,432,174.0 DAI NIPPON, Hotel Street, (Arlington Block) MKS. J. P. P. COLLACO 3851 -td PROPRIETRESS. by SSSTFite riSK.s on an cmas of insurable pn)perry tafitn atCii?reni 8140-lm J. S. WALKER, Agent for Hawaiian IftiartOK. NO WOMAN Lfflffi Positively needs a KKIN FOOD to prevent Wrinkles, withering, drying, ' ageing ot the skin and Facial Blem ishes. The ori ginal Skin Food Tissue Builder, Lch Montez Cremo Is still the best. You will be sur- .-'-i5fi h-'.. prised and delight- 8 iMo. K;caUv ed when yon try this luxury a luxury in every respect ex cept price. A. 75 cent pot lasts three months. Do you tan or burn? Airs. Har rison's FACE BLEACH cures the worst case of Freckels, Sunburn, Sallowness, Moths, Pimples, and all Skin Blemishes. Price ?1. Harmless and effective. Superfluous hair permanently removed. For spwial advice and book on beantv, free, address MRS. NETTIE HARRISON, Beautv D ctor.26 Geary st..Sau Francisco. jfcSr For eaie by HoLLlBTi DRUG i?0.,23 Fort St.; Houoluln. 3791-tf