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lUK VAC1FIC COMMERCIAL ADVJEItTlSiSIt.: HONOLULU, .1K(3.EM1H2K S!(, 1894.
GOSSIP from mm TOWN. Ladies' Column Seven! Social Events of In Inter esting Character Takg Place. Holiday Prices ! TttK it)l l !( KTMKXKU llMU. t .! 1 h Attui Juliutuu Arr .YIth Such KrifcMl ! - t ..1;rr.-c.;vii.Di: th H..xi.i. i reduced from to $1.75 TilLU. D--;. -1. All Hilo in banily fQjl in preparing for the prom-liing bwlhiay. All ynl Nw Kui;.:mii hoU'Hjwivtr kii'l some thai m not "cv EuIaiiJer) ar pAiiuutiy ONE WiiiiK ONLY ! Just ca.t your eye over this list of articles, every one of which hits had a. knife out riht through the price: Men s Black SOCKS, fast colors. dozen. Ladies Black STOCKINGS from i to S3 :)er dozen and from $2.50 to $2 per doz8n. New Plain WOOLSN GOODS, in all shades, from 75 cents to 60 G.KEAT Ii EDUCTION IN PRICKS OK Christmas ! JUST Mi O- BEISTSOISr, SMITH & CO. rvurk selimr rtiin iud shaving oiti'm for the delicious mince pie ami j Cent3 a J'&?L 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 manv other new and handsome m goods. We call your especial atten tion to these goods, simply be cause we can sell them these usurers for one onlv. ST" Remember we are open nights, have new electric lights in the store, so that goods can be examined as well as in the day time. Save all your checks for the Volcano trip, and send them to the store before 12 o'clock Dec. 2t3tiu when a Round Trip Ticket will be Issued to the one having the at week rich .'nit cake that must always ao .ouipaiiy a Christina dinner. Mother and "their siter ami their ousina ami their aunts" arv xx,upieJ vith dresin doII, tilling candy btu and -trininj; now white poicvra for :he little folks. The unday-.sohoois ar rheariuj for their Mfveral entertainiueuti. The First Foreign Church will have their Christmas exerch?e tomorrow in place of the regular servicv. The enter rainmeut will be conducted by tile children of the .Sunday school. The native churcn will have a Christmas tree on Christmas Eve. The Kins Daughters have every hour occupied with making dainty bsjr for the uual Christmas goodies, and they an? also preparing many cpifts to be put on the tree for the children of the Sunday school. The store wore a decided holiday appearance a few weeks ajjo, before they were strippel of all their line tovs and fancier: but ear purchasers did not hesitate Ions after tile display wa made before they made their se lections for rfanta Claus to carry down the chimney. Am one l the visitors who will spend the holiday in our midst are Miss E. ; B. MacLeod, a former Hiloite, now a reiiieac of Honolulu. Miss Hattie Austin and Miss "elile Porter, who will remain at their rpective home until after the holiday, when they will return to Honolulu to resume their school duties. Deputy Marshal Brown, has gone to the Volcano for a two weeks stay at Kilauea'i great caravansary. He re ports thimrs very iuiet around Ma dame Peie'a domicile. Tae bottom has dropped out of the lake once more and there ia nothinij to be seen but the j?reat dark, hole, from which vol umes of smoke arise at times. The society event of the week was the retention at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.G. K. Wilder last Friday T p VFTrFRQ & (T) afternoon. The aflair was iven in ; JJ. X till XlUJ.10 VX; jJm honor of Mr. Wilder' s tiests. Air. and I Mrs. Barnes and Mrs. Ive?-ier, and ; was iudefi a oharminir "At Home.' j From two o'clock until iie the many iiieilUS J1 wilt? euiui Liity, 1 " i- ho.-te-s cme and went, each in turn -pendinir an hour or so most delight fully in .conversation witii the many .aiiers. The homelike parlors were made even more attractive, if possible, by the addition of beautiful bouquets placed here anil thr. From a side table handsomely equipped with cost ly silverware aud rare china, refresh ments were erveu. Japanese Goods Silk Dress Goods, Shirts. Neckties, Handkerchiefs, Crockery and Lacquer Ware, Etc., Etc., Etc., The Lowest Prices in Town Can be hi at K. FTJBUYA'S, Robinson Block. Hotel Street. largest Tickets. numoer or rales GENUINE Clearance -: Sale OF JEWELRY, WATCHES, CLOCKS BELOW COST ! OKFEK Grccubuatu'si Lu.biu Luadborg, Koger f- Gallet, Oolites IN LA Kit K VAKIKTY J. T. VVutorlionso Perfumes No. 10 Store M. -V I 1 - K OOLOONlil Carina Cologne, Toilet Waters, Sachets, Fancy Soaps, Etc., Etc, LA DI EH ANP fJKWT'rt BATHING SUITS ! Lailies .ind Children' Cloaks and Jackets, Chllilreii IMnHfortifi,' TOE LN IXOJKTKJ AND UiCJVJL.iClt IK Steel and Iron Kanges, Stoves aud Fixtures, SQCSlOJPiaa fiOODS 1KD I1TCHE( UTI5S1LS, AGATE WAKE IN GREAT VARIETY, NOTT Silk MM and wo1 Shawk KID GLOVES, CHAMOIS GLOVES ladies' and ciiildukn's Hats and Bounets ! TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED, Dress Goods in preat variety, Rainbow and Embroidered Crape, Plumbing, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work leathers and Flowers White, Gray And SiiTr-platd. x;XJ DS 33 JEG 3rL HOSE T LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS, WATER CLOSETS. METALS, Plaabers Stock, Wat8r tnd Soil Pipet. DCIOKO BLOCK. 85 aad 97 KIKQ STESET. Give the Baby AND A Perfect Nutriment fou growing Children. Convalescents. Consumptives, dyspeptics, and tie Aged, and In Acme Illne4 and all Wasting Dirasps. THE- I BELIEVE THAT BY Grand Opportunity Holiday Gifts. for Vaother pleaaaut -ocial event xna infurnial athennfif youn? folks, A A A A.lrertiseraer.t, P : i n "Tatement, I Pr:ca-inarr, I'.'.ia .--ale, J. E. GOMES, n a rit th invitation of .Miss Uitcticock, in honor of Deputy Marshal Brown, j v few hannv hours vere .pnt in piay- , "Xapoleon," after wuictt the re maining evening hours .rre enlivened with otner yimes and muaic About II o'clock the younir people repainni n th veranda, where ielic:ou3 re- frehmenta were served then at tete-a-tete tables. . ! The Hilo Social Club held its bi- : weekly meeting at the residence of : llr. l Severance, Mr, Cyril Hmith j having the entertainment in charge- ; There was quite a large attendance of j and friends, whom ifr. . x mith amuswi in a mewt unique ami i rTj()DS and for the aw-istance of those pleafintr manner. w0 arR -n .lonht a to what wonld he brevities. i most suitable for Their friends I '.vill . . ' 3e5t I SHALL GLYE Greater Publicity, Greater Hatisfactior:, ireater Value, Greater Bargains A'D SAVE YOU A DOLLAR I have an elant line of HOLIDAY 3n30-2m 409 FORT STREET. Mutual Telephone Company, :iTICE TO SCP jaiBF.RS. inir fiKrt MacLeod. Mr. ani Mrs. A. Barnes formerly of .-nrwkelaville, Maui, are at the Hilo Tlie lmrkentlne Amelia. arrl, oap Lain. -ailM in ballast for Puet .ound .-ttndav morniag. Mhe hax jut :ln ishel diwhartjinif her argo, con-it-ingof 4TU.3J fet of Iitmhfr und 7,1 nickrt?, latlx-". etc., all for C. K. P.ich-arrt-n. The weather i line morning- ani vnings vry cool, with more triiiit Ind -umhiny tayi than rainy ohm. December .i, " p. m. The Annie Jnluvon ivut jt arrival in port, bringing a cargo of torn and twn :v IS pangers. Hbe r.urT lay from Han F.tinciwn. PrsttT Wedding at St. AadwWj . Cathedral Christzias Trrt t-ia a very pretty weddincj ; a rit. Auiirf'-i Cttbdral on 3ron Chnfifroaa ev, Vuen Mr. Xonh Ivanhac. a -on of Senator Jamw j XanhatiH of Hhsmu aid Mi Pr:.cella. IC.inln4jM, daughter of ; Lawyer t. - IvHuluUn mad j man and wife. th ceremony lin ; nprftirriaffi by Ji;-boo Willi. The ?-erTico -TfM chord, f by : the BnrolicpI choir of ty. ; bride w'u wor a prsty wddir. costume of bite w.h r.en wny by her father- Real Ir.Kh Linen Hdkfa, Keal iwv-e Ifdkffl, Ch!tf.n Hdkfn, ."ilk Kdlcft, F.ins, .7iiinefe X.monn, -'ilk Hosiery, Kmnroiderr .-'ilk Dresi PatterriM, Hatb Rohes, -i!k W.ii.at Pattern, Partv 'liov, Real Tortoie Shell Good, Silk -birtn, Silk Table Cover?, .faniTire SetM. Linen I vdo' b, Itee ClUre?t. P.irioo'M, Card Caw?, etr. T A MEETING OF THE DIREC tors of the Company held this day It to resolved that on and after the drat day of January, 1805, the rates for the use of telephonic instruments will be as follows : Private Residences, per month $2 o0 Business Houses and Offices 4 00 Countrv Stations 7 50 Payable quarterly in advance. .f. F. BROWN, Secretary. Honolulu. Oer. 1 . 9Ui. 3H'V-1m D E All Six i irnes, Common ami Finishing ! N"eck-.,ar, Smoking Takefa, Silk ITnder-rear, Drjn (i in, Silk Nez!i;ree Sfiirr, J iyvanewj iximono, T,;nen nd Silk Hlkf-, .Md-kintv-hea, Shaving Ser, Silk Cimlr!l,n, Silk Siyeiudr. -'ilk P.ijarria- And a :tmdred ot'wr !bini. YKUY LOW PKICKS ! FOR INFANTS INVALIDS. xfa6-' 'mi'' n.fi Best Food for Hand-fed Infants. Oril ROOK for th r,trw:n of notljf-r,-The i 'nrf nnl Irl inar of Intint,"tt;!! t; n;uilt-ilv DOLIBER-GOODALE CO ecsTON, Mass.. 'J- z. A. BENSON, SMITH & CO., Sole Amenta for th. Hawaiian Ilanti. JUST ARRIVED I'JCIi KAItli C. . BRYANT. New Curtain Materials Silk and Velvet Ribbons, Leather and Silver Belts, Novelties in Rucking Chiffon Handkerchiefs ana Ties, LACE AND EMBROIDERED FLOUNCING S ! BABY CARRIAGES of all styles, CARPETS, RUGS, and .MATS in the latest patterns Hoiaseliold 99 Sewino; JVIacliiries THE WAR Between China and Japan does not affect my selling goods at a low figure. 1 had an immense stock of Japan eso Goods ordered before the war was declared, consequently I shall continue to sol! at tho same low figures, as long as the present stock holds out. Today, or Monday, I shall have on sale a choice selection C -1 Hand Sewing Machines, all with tho latest improvements Also on hand Westermayers Celebrated Cottage Pianos Parlor Organs, Guitars and other Musical Instruments. SFor sale by ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & C , King Street, opposite Castle c Cooice ENTERPRISE PLANING MIL! - Proprietor: Oceanic, consisting of Silk Dress Goods both figured and plain, Morning Gowns for ladies and gents, especially fine Silk Kimonos, Smoking Jackets, Silk Piijainas, Japa neso and China Ware, Screens. Lamp Shades, etc., etc., just tho things you want for tho holidays. Remember, l have tho LEADING STORK for ITHST CLASS JAPANESE GOODS. HI3H & CO., OPTICF, Alakoa and Rlchada '9 neftr Queen Btroot, HoDolnlm. U MOULDINGS, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Screens, Frames, TURNED A N" 1) SAVEI) VOIIK. 514 Fort Street. T K 1 K P ( O 7 gusr .ftrruAr, sf,. trssr firm, . D To the Public. HA Crhwlral to witn t m-tiio ny I.NTYHK, FOR, SAL?; CHEAP ! A SURREY IN VF-.FtV Gfr ftF.PAIK. I r K OIKNFJ CP A COT- Wray Taylor play1 tb rx)b-)trriti I my pr:rm .for bo Wwiaine March, hh Ut pp7 , uk. lri: Honolulu famm Mannficfory Royal Insurance Co., OF I.IVBItfOOL. "TJJK l.AUGi ST Iri TIJJ5 WOULD." A R?et Jan n ry ) gt. I I'M, $ 42,432. J 74.( ! DAI NIPPON , Hotol Street, (Arliuglon Iliook) MKS. .1. P. T. COJJiACO pROPiuirruKMs, , P ,- f ir n-Ri or, n r ina of rMiirhIr projrry rKrri nt Ourrfnt rs V.r. V. WKIOFFT, Pmprtor. Agent for ffflwflflsn f!firKl, NO WAN LIVING Poitivlv nop! n SKIN F'OOO to TeMbpriPfT. (Irtfl'iT, nfp?tif tlp Mtj nnd I'nrfnl JUp' !!p. J h f'tl pinnl Skiti 1 J!iip Htiil'fpr, tela Montrf Creme ! -til! 1!ip 11 x h"--is I nl ttIipt' ti tr fhi I i t n v f fMTiirr f?i Pterv rp!t,pi't pt fpff f i r f r p. Tr r-p'tt ''t 1 n?t thrpp tn f i . I'd V"'i f in (ir 1'iitn ' !Vtt. ltiTiT- ffj.-f. of JprJ.:U, Kiinljntti, SnJI'wtlP, Moth-s. l imp!'", tind rill FUili H 'nihbr. f'ri'-pff. ll.irtTilpsi n.fi'i c't'pptlTP. S'lfprffiinMo hi jp tn ni jttlj fpjnciTcl. Km ipc!'i! n!vfpp nml loh on bent'tv, frf p. n.(fi MKS. NKITIK HAHHlHOfl, I'ffitifv ! ' ff,Mpjtr v i(..Knti Ftniicl3C, (.:(.., re? Fort t,, Hrnolnln. 37t-tf i ccnplw ft th CathraJ. '