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X1LE I'ACIFIC COIOIEBCLAX ADVERTISES: HONOLULU, DECEMBER 20, 1S94.
XJTCOO)' iLOB'jrTTEW. ICATE SANBORN ON THE JOYS AND SORROWS OF CHRISTMAS. J It fclwrold IW Esrlallj a Chll 4nbi 117 Th Ideal Fooml In tH Ilnm Gthr1nff Tt an Old Tlarhrlor Con- ES, for !cadcj:, cvntti- -f rie.s ton, there bxs bvi but cno authorized, ste reotyped, fatiguinglv uniform view of this an nual festival at least as piven to cs conscientiously, cud with crflajrgin:? volurainosity by the uni versal public press the editorials, the )ci;r. inevitable historical articles, thf i hi crful, moralizing appeals for peneral charity and good 1ch1s the lavt usually from a woman's pu, are exactly like those ground oat in 84,'?4, '64, 54, '44, r.nd o on ad infinitum and ad nauseam. Th lay sermons at the end of all raa?a xines apree with these entirely in infor mation vouchsafed, in mellow reminis cences, in rather patronizing greetings to thir Iare elk-ntelle. Encyclopedias are M-archcd, the same old bits from fa vorite carols Riven. Carols are kindly explained The "boar's head" they all brinp is nt last associated in a jreneral way with the brain that so bores me that I sympathize just a little with that old tyrant, Calignla. ho "wished the Roman people had but one iieck that he misht cut it ofT at a blow." 'Gallinbursti" was the name of the eld original bore, not boar. Let us push him once for all "down tho back entry f time" and have a little rest. I do not believe that theso facts, many of them doubtful; these quota tions; these pentle lessons, so many, many times exhurned and reprinted, urt even read through ly anyone Why it 1 obliged to follow on In the same old path? I am Roing to dare to give anoth er pide of the subject, one that will find an answering echo in many an honest lxart, for after one has arrived at mid dle as he or she. married or unmar ried, finds the recurrence of Thanksgiv ing and Christmas rather sad ocoasions, when one must try to push away the past, fhut the eyes to the dear dead faces that come up so vividly, forget onoelf in making the time pass pleas antly for thot-e whose lives are still un rullied sin or sorrow or bitter dis illusions and try to give the children a (,fod a time a pc:ille, Christma.4 should I exclusively a .children's day. Lot us give it to them, who can lind glowing delight i: trans parent myths, a few toy and bag-of popcorn and bright colon -d sugar plums. For iv grownups it has d generated in to a laborious farc that to som is ap proaching the tragic. Ir--viits x;:it 1 exchanged through the entire family cir cle, relatives expect remeiibr:inc-s. uivi -IccialIy intimate friend.-, nor forget ting a set of claimants who r.ly fri: y on greeting and a ch np card, hr.t c;ir fully -timate the ta.-h value of your t :.fi rc d remembrance and tr--rr yen :r.-cordins!y. The rich waste thouands in ndravoring to excvl rach other in needles trinkets, bric-a-' rac, Iki;;!:. . sup'-rtluu-: gems. Inxur: a- nothing-, big dinner .;, costly win -s. illustrating that test true, yet so difficult to plain, to t!:osj less fortunate, "To hiiii that hath shall I given," or, in every day r-r lance. "Tho Lord giv( apples to tho-e who have no teeth." It is wit!; su:.M i :"Ti.f r:zitl rim ana. rj;fi there i i ' 1 little honot merrimtnt in th-; is v hystein. In big. blc--:sed, unbroken, congenial families the ideal Chri-tmas is often realize!, where the toys and girls return with famiIi-of their own. never forget ting the old ptople, return loaded with gift, and goodies, and bringing tbe lively music of happy, satisfied hearts. Uct to the starved oat, the repressed, who make a brave pretense of t-eing at pracv and g!adome. it is a hard part to play In stories written expres.-ly for fcuc'h ptople the old lover returns faith ful and fend; the generous old bachelor arries away captive the youngest, pret-tie.-r maiden ct tho lot. Alas! in real life the young flirt captivates the aunt's nj.st devoted standby and laughs at the ancient bachelor who tries to be gallant. One old bachelor confessed to me la.-.t yt ar that he was so forlorn at th" glad Vuletide that ho wi.-hed ho could I made unconscious until it was over. He longed to skip it and escape from its dc j.roaing horror?. As he must live right through ir, however dismal the experi ence, he would always take tho cars for & long trip, or even rc-s the occ-aii, armed with a lot of exciting novels to drive away sad thoughts. Ho was a fin? looking, prosperous, jojjular fellcnv, an 1 I know his g-neroMty to orhf-rs to h:ive been uubcunded. H mad Chri.-tnja.- a day of feasting and jtriketing to mar.y. All that docs not cur r!- aching oIj heart. Throw oil the -onr u:ioial nack! -and don't try to be .-o t- rri' Ir. - vi. tafurally, jovial your-'-If, aad ro n li-e 5ru;!fs cn the dear j'-i- -, r.- y t fr' froni lin" of care ?.wl sorrow, wili refi-.-ctetl way down in ach 1 iitj In :::t Thtn we shall i;-t have Xt J, v.i?.. Lr.:;gfell.r. "Ho. u.-xpre.--ibly sad a; all holidavs!" Katk Hamtsuv It is estimated that New York f pn Si, COO. 000 for its Christmas candies. The Daily Advertiser, 75 cnle ft ; xaoDth Deliverexi by Carrier i Ladies Column. ONE WEEK ONLY ! Just cast your eye over this list of articles, every one of which has had a knife cut right through the price: Men's Black SOCKS, fast colors, reduced from $2.50 to S1.75 per dozen. Ladies' Black STOCKINGS from $4 to S3 per dozen and from $2.50 to $2 per dozen. New Plain WOOLEN GOODS, in all shades, from 75 cents to 60 cents a yard. Also a counter loaded down with Striped and Checked Ginghams, Printed Calicos, Cotton Challies, Organdies, White Cotton Dress Goods, Madras Curtains, Rugs, Ladies' Wool Jackets in Tan, Light Blue and Black Shades, together with many other new and handsome goods. We call your especial atten tion to these goods, simply be cause we can sell them at these figurers for one week only. "Remember we are open nights, have new electric lights in the itore, so that goods can be examined as well as in the day time. XT Save all j'our checks for the Volcano trip, and send them to the store before 12 o'clock Dec. 26th, when a Round Trip Ticket will be issued to the one having the largest number of Sales Tickets. B. F. EHLEES & CO. CHALK Some Ladies have exceedingly quick nits; they a e kt-en of perception ; they are al ways on the lookout Jor Bomethin very fine in the way of liaryains. Theve people can enjoy a feast ct my .store till the Holidays are over. Dress ratterriB from the most celebrated Factories in the World. Our shot and embroidered .Silk Pattern re the most beautiful ever brought to Honolulu In Wool Dress Goods, I have an assortment that will please the most fafctidious; also, Grenadines plain, striped, and figured from the European markets. " Gloves In all irrade, hade?, !Mrk;th and widths, from a Iod KiQve to a h iort glove, and a narrow one o a wide one. 1 cannot help but rmi yo i in any fdyle and fcbade desired. Christmas Goods ar naturally what I wish to call joor attention to, and to Ho-otn mo date my patronfi I have laid in a Mock of Table hcarfa ar,d Hraeri-H, that are a perfect drean ct beauty; al-o, Silk hirtP, Ties, Handkerchief, Pajamas and Hosiery suitable for ntleinen of tbe most correct habit. Those People Who alwsiyM "put of! things" will have to "bemoan thir fatn" after the Holidays, for never in my Ion a ex perience i n the dry kwhIh trad'i have I sn snrt Irf-autiful vod of ko much valu'j ofTe,icd for to litth money. "A 'word to the wise is sufficient" J J t SUj. Fort Street. ;:-d',etf TALKS. EGAJn On .vccor.vr or ciiisihtmam dyfllini: f u Tuendny, tbi ff arnrr C!a:idir. will foro Honolulu on WKIN.y.IA V, Irr-ifihT irnti,, ni T, p. rn. WIldiKIfH M H. (UK Hono rp, t rv. 10, tVti. VM. 4-fd oliday Prices ! GREAT BEDUCT10N IN PRICES OF Japanese Goods Silk Dress Goods, Shirts, Neckties, Handkerchiefs, Crockery and Lacquer Ware, Etc., Etc., Etc., The Lowest Prices in Town Can be bad at FUEUYA'S, Robinson Block. Hotel Street. GENUINE Clearance -: Sale OF JEWELRY, WATCHES, CLOCKS BELOW COST ! Grand Opportunity for Holiday Gifts. J. E. GOMES, CS30-2rn 409 FOUT BTRKKT. QUT OF SIGHT does :;ot APPLY TO PICTDBBS ! FO!: THEY A UK hvays in Sight NoriMNu :tTr:i: vn a Mimas -:- Present! A n r mi r.i;tTr.i; ri.Aci: to ji:t 111 KM THAN AT ft.'7-l w HOT KL STUM:!. UNSWEETENED Norwegian Condense! Milk FOU WALK P.V II. W. SCHMIDT SONS Kead This ! V VOU WANT A MOTIVI-; POWKK, 1 dr!rr t ICmjan Vaior ur pAcirm (Un Knoiisk; thr nr 1 1 1 Ul, P.f"t mil irniI't in th vorlil. JOK. TIN K Kit, Solo Atrt. FIST'S rud t"f t 1n'ifui. Honolulu, H. I. WW BR08 Ghristmas i BEjSTSOjS", SMITH & CO. OFFER Greenbaum's Lnbine, Lundborgs, Roger Jr Gullet, Colgate IN LARGE 1VL E Farina Cologne, Toilet Waters, Sachets, Fancy Soaps, Etc, Etc JOHN IMPOKTKK AND DEALER IV Steel and Iron Eanges, Stoves and Fixtures, SCUS5IIXPIK9 GOODS 1SD I1TCHXH U1KS1L8, AGATE WAEE IN GREAT VARIETY, White, Gray nd FiiTer-pltd . RUBBER LIFT AKD FORCE PUMPS, WATER CLOSETS, METALS. Plumbers Stock, Water and Soil Pipei. Plnmbing, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work BiaZOXD BLOCK, 95 PER BARK C. . BRYANT. BABY CARRIAGES of all styles, CARPETS, RUGS, and MATS in the latest patterns, " Honseliold " Sewing Machines Hand Sewing Machines, all with the latest improvement. Also on hand Westermayers Celebrated Cottage Pianos Parlor Organs, Guitars and other Musical Instrument?. For sale by ED. HOFFSCH LA EG E R & C King Street, opposito Castle c Cookc. Give the Baby ! N FANTSJR: I NVALI D S. TC ct,L Ji J. . B 0 R Y M w BENSON, SMITH & CO., Hole AentH for thw lliiwulltkn ImIutkIm. ENTERPRISE PLANING MI LI PETER HIGH & CO., - - - Proprietors. xi Alaktft Had ElchardL near Qncen Stroot, Honclulu. U MOULDINGS, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Screens, Frames, Kl TURNED AND SAWKl) WOltlC. JSFrompt tttxitSuii to nil ciV.".-. T K i writ MUTUAL 55. Royal OF LIVKHPOOL. 44 T THE LAUGKST Aiisets Jan ;;ry 1st. 1 trtT"r ir risnK in nu ku,u oi iriurtiMi xoprty inltrii nt Ctincr.t r' by J. filiO-lw Perfumes VARIETY COLOGNE ! NOTT. 7s, aad 97 KING STREET, A Perfect Nutriment for growing Children. Convalescents. Consumptives, dyspeptics. nnil tlu Auril, iiml In Acute I IIii-h mill nil Vutii:K IiriiMN. THE Best Food for Hand-fed Infants. Ol'It HOOK for tJ;o li.vjrn. : n f n)it!i. i.""Tlif Ciiri- imkI I rrti (iik f IiiUiiuw,'" in l" jiinrt-i! ' DOLIDER-GOODALC CO COJTON. MISS., L- C. X. k r: tzar luci.i, HOSE ARRIVED Insurance Co., THE VOUL.I. $ 42,432, 1 74 .i WALKER, Ajronl for Hnuftllnn !Mnn JUST RECEIVED J. T. Waterliouse No. 10 Store LADIES' AKD GKNT?S BATHING SUITS! Ladies' and Children's Cloaks and Jackets, Children Pinaforen, Silk, Shetland and Wool Shawls KID GLOVES, CHAMOIS GLOVES ladies' and children's ana TRIMMED and untrimmed, Dress Goods in prcat variety, Rainbow and Embroidered Crape, Feathers ami Flowers New Curtain Materials, Silk and Velvet Ribbons, Leather and Silver Belts, Novelties in Rucliinsr Chiffon Handkerchiefs ana Ties, LACE AND EMBROIDERED FLOUNCING S ! THE WAE Between China and Japan does not. atlect my selling goods at a low tigurc. 1 had an immense stock of Japanese Goods ordered before tho war was declared, consequently I shall continue to sell at tho same low iigurcs. as long as tbe present stock holds out. Today, or 31 outlay, I shall havo on sale a choice selection of goods just received by the Oceanic, consisting of Silk Dress Goods both figured aud plain, Morning Gowns for ladies and gents, especially fino Silk Kimonos, Smoking Jackets. Silk Pajamas. Japa nese and China Ware, Screens, Lamp Shades, etc., otc, just tho things you want for tho holidays. Remember, 1 havo tho LEADING STORK for FIRST CLASS JAPANESE GOODS. DAI HJPl'OH, Hotel Street, (Arlington Mock) .MI5S. .1. 1'. V. COLL.UM) I'KorKir.ntr.ss. fid LIVING Po-.ttlvt'lv nrrN a SKIN l'OU lo provrnt WHnKJr, wlthrrinir. lryhw, nrliur l Um )klu Mini !-i m I Ulrin- itliiitl SUim I'oml J J.;mi' lUltl!r, I.cU Mcntrs froim ( -?y: y Ym will "r. iCa La- 1 rl wlirn yu try tli 1 ! 1 1 1 1 1 v - n hMiity hi rvrty tr'Tt r i rj( pi !. A rrtif m thrro ututli. i V'' tin tr Imii i t Mr", llr r of Ktn'ltrN, h'utilHfu, HbIIowiipm, ,SmiMi1tnii tinir I'rnnnurihly rrinovnl. i.r i, nilvii'n ntut ImmiIi in lrttilv, fir.l.lM- NKTTIi: It A UltlHON, l.vnutv ! tor.i'li lrrv I..Hntt Ktwn"lo. C&rVvT frttloby HOUUKTlCiH DUUU C(M:M Fort Hr., Honolulu. 37flMf Bats Bonnets WOMAN 4