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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, DECEMBER, 23, 1803.
LOCAL BREVITIES. Doliaeator Pattern?. Mrs. bicycles at $2." Ckxxl tilings for Xmas-Home Bak ery. January Hanna. Juvenile Whitman. St. Louis college closes tomorrow for a vacation of two we?kn. The Hawaiian concert will be given on the evening of the 27th. Tho Orpheum had an unusually large audience last evening. Paul Neumann writes thai he is en joying the cold weather in the States. Bailey, the cycle dealer, has some thing interesting in thi3 issue. See ad. Attorney It. I). Nead returned from a professional trip to Lahaina yester day. The Watcrh cruse store in Bethei street has a very attractive Christmas window. Company A, N. G. H. had a Christ mas celebration at the drill shed last evening. Christmas exercises for the Central Union Church Sunday school -will be held this evening. The first officer and the chief engi neer of the S. S. City of Columbia have returned to Seattle. The Government band gave a con cert at the Hawaiian hotel last night and had a big crowd. War pictures will be shown by the aid of the Cineograph at the opera house tomorrow night. The New York Herald's poll shows that the Spanish-American treaty will be ratified by the Senate. C. Wilcox is the new captain of Com pany G, N. G. H. G. Rose and Mcwe3 Nakuina are the lieutenants. B. W. Jordan has a fine display of fancy goods at .his branch store, Water house premises, Queen street. A- colored lady just arrived from U. S. desires situation as housekeeper, to do second work, or child's mirse. - 13. F. Ehlers & Co. quote a few prices today on goods -suitable for this season. Consult the big ad on page 9. The members of the Palama Chapel Boys' Brigade made a fine appearance at the Christmas celebration last night. Since the publication of the program of the Hawaiian concert for Hawaiian institutions, there has been an increa3r ed demand for seats. Every - business man in town will agree that it would not be a bad plan to give the postoffice boys a remem brance of the season. Charles Smythe, cf the Inter Island Company, will leave on the steamer for Kailua today, where he will remain on a fortnight's vacation. Dr. A. R. Rowat, V. S., will leave by the Mauna Lfoa this morning to spend thp ho Hiavs witn nis lamuy on nis coffee plantation in Kona. Santa Clans window at the Water house store, (Waverley blcck), Bethel street, is one of the best attractions in the city. Have you seen it? The adjourned meeting of the Tem perance Workers is called by the Com mittee for Friday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock at theY. M. C. A. parlors. The stores of H. May & Co., Chas. Hustace, Lewis & Co., and H. E. Mcln tyre, will be closed on Christmas and New Year's Day. Place your orders early. A resurvey of the S. S. City of Col umbia is being made here by Captain Fuller, Captain Campbell of the Inter- Island and Captain Turner, represent ing insurance. Chas. Brewer & Co.'s New York line announces that the bark "Footing Suey" will sail from New York on or about February 2Sth, if sufficient in ducement offers. By S. S. Australia J. Lando received a fine consignment of boys' clothing, which he wall sell at prices that will surprise you. Now is the time to clothe your boys at very little cost. On Monday, January 23, 1S99, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance of the executive building, will be sold at public auction, the lease of Government lot, No. 15, Esplanade, Honolulu. A continuation of the rug sale will le held today at 10 a. m. and tonight at 7 o'clock, in the Progress block, Fort street. The gems of the collec tion will he offered at these sales. Material for the Waikiki telephone exchange has been received and Super intendent Cassidy will soon have it in place. The building will be in the neighborhood of the tram terminus. Here is another chapter of the "In complete Christmas Story:" The man with the two small children tried to get away on a sailing vessel yesterday, but the three were brought ashore as stowaways. There will be an auction sale of household furniture on Wednesday, December 23, at 10 o'clock", at the resi dence of M. N. Saunders, Esq., Nuuanu street, above Vineyard street. J. F. Morgan auctioneer. W have just received by S. S. Aus tralia a full line of jewelry, a large quantity of gents' dress shirts, silk suspenders, neckties, etc., which we will sell at your own price. Asada & Co., Hotel street, Robinson block. W. W. Dimond Company had the Quintette Club give a concert at the King street china store last evening. ThA music was from the von Holt hlock verandah and was heard by sev eral hundred people. There were col ored lights in the street and the store was thronged all evening. The charter for the local garrison of the Regular Army and Navy Union arrived ou the Australia and a meet ing of all honorably discharged sol diers and sailors of the United States ?prvice will be held at the rooms of ho irarrison. over the European res taurant on Hotel street, near Nuuanu, this evening at 7:30 o'clock. Messrs. Henry and Moffat, from Southern California, will engage in the drug bu-sirvess here. They will have a store in one of the new Fort treet blocks. DRY GOODS es IT. The: p foq ressi v e: tqfej" JUST OPENED: A splendid assortment of CHENILLE AND TAPESTRY PORTIERES. TAPESTRY TABLE COVERS AND LACE CURTAINS. Titivate your homes for Christmas. " We cater specially for your wants. The largest variety of sea sonable goods ever displayed. We are the People's Providers. ooo i m iiii Ms co Limited. TBE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS. 51 S X)GK For Sale. ooo Shares OAHU SUGAR CO. Shares HONOLULU PLANTATION. Shares HAWAIIAN SUGAR CO. Shares PIONEER MILL CO. Shares WAILUKU SUGAR CO. Shares HONOKAA SUGAR CO. Shares EWA PLANTATION CO. Shares C. BREWER & CO. Shares I. I. S. N. CO. Shares HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO. Shares WILDER S. S. CO. FOR SALE. 4 RESIDENCES at Iwilei. A splen did investment for the right party. Property rents for f 50 a month and can be made to double that. Selling on account o departure of owner. 1 Fine Large Residence Lot at Ma kiki, S0G feet on Wilder avenue and 1SG feet on Piikoi street. HARRY ARMITAGE. Share Broker. Cor. King & Bethel Sts. 101 TIMELY SUGGESTIONS! A Few of the Thousand and Things We Offer as HOLIDAY GIFTS, AT One 1 1 1 Dressed Dolls, Kid Dolls, Rag Dolls, Boys' Drums, Woolly Sheep,. Fur Dogs, Tin Horns, Tool Chests, Paint Boxes, Rubber Dolls, Horse and Cart, Toy Cannons, Soldier Sets, Rubber Rattles, Iron Wagons, Rocking Horse.?, Toy Furniture, Game Halma, Dominoes, Parch essi. Shoo Fly Rockers, Black-Boards, Air Guns, Iron Banks, Dolls' Carriages, Wooden Carts, . R. R. Train?, Scrap Books, Magic Lanterns, Toy Stoves, Mechanical Rab bits, Toy Sweepers, Everybody to call and examine our new and superb line of Theo. H. Davies & Co LIMITED- GENTS' SLIPPERS. Bla STYLISH AND JUST THE THING Seal Skin, sic and Ru Ejset Kid, Black Sec UP to date: FOR CHRISTMAS Toilet, sse-fc F5 Toiie-fc, il Skin, Merchants and Commission Agents, Beg to call the attention of the trads to their complete line of Calf, I ile-fc, 4. ilet:, MR : lift : E China Tea Sets, Photo Frames, Ladies Purses, Card Cases, Ink Stands, Auto. Albums, Photo Albums, Work Boxes, Manicure Sets, Dressing Case Sets, Glove Boxes, Handkerc'f Boxes, Pocket Diaries, Game Lotto, Writing Cases, Ring Toss, Tiddley Winks, Bottle Quoits, Game Authors, Game Fish Pond, Pillow Dx, Hop Scotch Game, Tree Trimmingrs, Photo Holders,. Gold Pen & Holder Odor cases, Cigar Cases, Shaving Sets, Pocket Knives, Cribbage Boards, Table Croquet, Dolls Cradles, Picture Books, Russet Calf, EASE, COMFORT AND DURABILITY, ALL COMBINED IN ONE. ooo mi. tut x -ju i m ilet, 1 1 PAINTS Men of War Boats, Books for Boys. Dolls' Houses, Art Calendars, Xnas Cards, Guitars, Accordeona, Violins, Harmonicas, Mandolins. Chatter Box 1S9S, Books for Girls, Presentation Poets, Graphophones. Regina Music Box, Gramophones, Autoharps, Tho famous Jesse Moore, from the Blue Grass region of Kentucky, is in town. Call at Lovejoy's, and be made actjuaJntod with him. Plenty of Music Everybody Welcome. WALL, NICHOLS CO. Open Evenings Until Xraas. snoe o-F -the Big FORT STREET, Co,, it GENERAL ) AND OILS. nr n ILfl riPPi m Ul 1 LIU 0. ni dUiUiULN 01 A fine assortment of Kitchen Furnishings. GRAY AGATE WARE a Specialty Street. Kodak Developing And Printing. ooo This branch of our photo business is in charge of an experienced man. We have every facility for producing good, effective work. That is the kind we are turning out for our customers. We take special pains to correct the mistakes made by novices. We start you right; then It's easy. You will take good Kodak pic tures that will be worth pre serving. We have Kodak Albums. ooo L CAN FORT STREET. mom OOO Ladies' and Children's embroidered and hemstitched HANDKER CHIEFS, 35c doz. and upwards. B. F EHLERS CO Men's linen hemstitched HANDKER CHIEFS, all varieties. Ladies' fine SILK HOISERY, all colors. From our 'large and varied assortment of useful and artistic Xmas gifts we mention the following: HANDKERCHIEFS. Ladies' embroidered cotton, two for 25c, four for $1, three for $1. Ladies' plain hemstitched, linen, 2c-50c, A large variety in colored border handkerchiefs for children. Il Dl 0 I AGENTS. KM & FORT STS. Ladies' PURSES, FANS. Ladies Kid and Silk GLOVES, shades. Latest GLOVES. Dents' Kid Gloves, Fall Shades. White Chamoisskin Gloves. Ladies' Silk SCARFS, NECKWEAR. SASHES, The latest in Silk UNDERWEAR. The latest in PARASOLS BRELLAS. and UM- FANCY DEPARTMENT. Real Battenherg Work, Embroidered Sofa Pillows, Fancy Pincushions, Purses and Handbags. New SILKS and LACES. Silk and Woolen SHAWLS. Fine line of LINENS, TABLE COV ERS. SCARFS, TEA CLOTHS, DOYLES, NAPKINS, etc Something new in TURKISH POR TIERS, Silk and Lace CURTAINS, RUGS. BLANKETS, etc. MISS M. E. KILLEAN Still Continues Her Holiday Sale. NOVELTIES In WORK BOXES, BRUSH and COMB CASES, PHOTO FRAMES, MUSIC ROLLS, CARD CASES. Complete Line of MEN'S FURNISH ING GOODS. OOO GAN FORT STREET. Dm do Finest Assortment of Millinery ever shown in Honolulu. . , . . AND LOWEST PRICES. Call and see our display before purchasing elsewhere. Each purchaser is entitled to a ticket on the Parisian Doll which is to be given away on New Year's Eve. . . . . . JUVENILE WHEELS FOR LITTLE ONES, . i I I At Don't waste your money on a poor Wheel when 4- you can get a good one for a low price from' J CA. 312 Fort Street. .ON 0BR0N. Telephone 565. 4 ? x HOLIDAY : GOODS BY S. S. CHINA: A large quantity of Holiday Goods, consisting of Japanese Fancy Silks, Kimonos, Silk Hand Bag3, Pajamas, Fancy Silk Fans; also Dolls, Toys, Porcelain, Lacquer Ware, Etc. 0 0 e 0 0 e 0 10 0 0 01 1 0' o! SCYGLE THE : HOLIDAYS Specially Low Prices to Reduce Stock. rl d Vict 5 O Fifing JUVENILE AND J.MiI IC, JUVENILE TANDEM. Crawford . . . AND , . . Crawford Cfiainle ss BY S. S. AUSTRALIA, A FULL LINE OF Jewelry, Gents' Dress Shirts, Silk Suspenders, Neckwear, Etc. DO WOT FAIL TO INSPECT THESE GOODS BEFORE YOU BUY ELSEWHERE. A. Hotel Street 2 Robinson Block.