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THE PACIFIC COMMEUCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, DECEJUiEK. 25, 1S9S.
LOCAL BREVITIES. Children's Texas Hats Mrs. Hanna. Good things for Xmai-Home Bak ery. Glass for the new ttelayed on the way. The Oahu railroad ing sugar from Kwa. JuvM building i has bngun hau!- This is the evening of the special Christmas dinner and the banquet and the hop at the Hawaiian hotel. Mana ger Lucas has everything arranged for a brilliant affair. Choice turkeys, geese, sucking pigs, etc., at Central Meat Market. The March bicycle, 1899 models, are selling ax $40. Kakin & Whitman. Nearly every Christmas stock in town will be sold out by this evening. J. T. AVaterhouse, Bethel street, ha a number of fine Christmas trees for sale. Great bargains on all Christmas good3 today. Asada & Company, Hotel street. The postoffice force was on the qui vive last evening expecting s-everal steamers. The Christian church will have its N Christmas festivities on Monday even-1) j There will be free Bennington base ball at the Makiki grounds at 2 o'clock this afternoon. There was a very pretty and a very happy Christmas festival at Kawaia-hao-Seminary last evening. The Hobron Drug Company are showing a. fine line of French perfumes suitable for holiday presents. E. W. Jordan ha3 ? fine display of fancy goods at his branch store, Water house premises, Queen street. P. J. Voeller &. Company, Fort and Hotel streets, ha3 some things very in teresting in this issue. See ad. 3 Colonel George F. McLeod gave a duck dinner to a small party of friends at Herr XoItfs f!nff Inst- pvpnin? There will be Christmas eelebratf on4-M .this evening at the Portuguese Protest- II am ounuay scnooi on aimer street. There was a long and interesting session of the temperance workers at the Y. M. C. A. yesterday afternoon. Special meeting of Pepeekeo Sugar Company, at 10 this morning, at the office of Theo. H. Davies &. Company, Limited. Deputy Marshal C. Chillingworth and Miss Stratemeyer will be married at St. Andrew's Cathedral this evening at 8 o'clock. Handsome feather boas, just the proper thing for a Christmas gift, at Miss Killean's. Latest in fine millinery x ew-iisoii cc jiuuruu iiuve just i txet vru a fine lot of tennis rackets. They ar late for the holiday trade, but the play era will be glad to know they are here. Ladies! Just what your husband "wants for a Christmas present, one of those stylish smoking jackets, or a beautiful neck tie at The Kash, Hotel street. The two little children of the dis tressed Galician are now in charge of the Catholic Mission Sisters, through the instrumentality of Consul J. F. Hackfeld. iiESHE The. proqFESsiv3TOFET 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- s. so Dry Goods Co. Limited. THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS. s STOCK For Sale. OOO Shares OAHU SUGAR CO. bShare3 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. The offerings at the 9:30 morning service of the St. Andrew's Second Congregation on Christmas day. will he devoted to Christ church at South Kona, Hawaii. -vj Tomorrow morning at Central union Rev. W. M. iKincaid's theme will be: "The Child King' In the evening the Vi u VA sermon will be on "The Christmas Mes- I sage of Good Will." s There will be a clearance auction sale of toys, dolls, etc., at the former FOR SALE. 4 RESIDENCES at Iwilei. A splen did investment for the right party. .Property rent3 for $50 a month and can be made to double that. Selling Waterhouse stores, Queen street this evening at 7 o'clock. J. F. Morgan, auctioneer. No reserve. Another opportunity to purchase rugs at auction, before packing the goods, will be given buyers on Thurs day, December 29th at 10 a. m. and 7 p. m., in the Progress block. The morning service of the Second Congregation of St. Andrew's Cathed ral on Ghristmas day commences at 9:30 o'clockMnstead of 9:45. There will This is a birthday for Dr. J. S. Mc Grew, who is just as good as twenty one even if he is a little more. It goes without saying that the "Father of An nexation" has the best wishes of all. 11. B. Moore, a private of Company L, First New York, died at the King street hospital yesterday morning of typhoid. The funeral will be held from St. Andrew's Cathedral at 10 this morn- ins- It is Mr. James Lyle instead of Cap tain Turner who is the third member of the S. S. City of Columbia survey board. It is found .that the stern of the vessel must be reached to complete the inspection. Thft stores of H. May & Company, ILN E. Mclutyre & Bro., Lewis. & Company, jt Waterhouse, and Chas. Hustace, will be closed on Monday, December 26, 1S9S, and January 1S99. Place your orders early. v California Fruit Company, G. An drews, has a fine fresh supply of grapes, onnips. oranses. celery, cauliflower, dried fruits, nuts, raisins, etc r,f those fine fat turkeys Christmas dinner. A special car will leave Pauoa at ten minutes after 5 o'clock tomorrow, Christmas morning, for the half past a service of the Second Congregation ,of St. Andrew's Cathedral. Return car leaves the cathedral at half past 0. Visit the W. W. Dimond & Company store today or tonight, if you have failed to find what you want for a holi day gift. Useful and ornamental goods of every description just from the lead ing factories of the world, are to be had at this store. Rev. Mr. Usborne of St. Clement's having returned, the full services of the church will now be resumed. Spe cial festival music has been prepared under the direction of Miss Patch, for the Christmas season. All seats are free and the public always welcome. Colonel R. Evans will lead special Ghristmas services at the Salvation Army Sunday morning at 11 a. m. and Sunday night at 8 p. m. He will fare well from the Islands Monday night at 8 pm. Staff Captain and Mrs. Merri weather will assist in these meetings. All are welcome. 1 Fane Large Residence Lot at Ma kiki, 306 feet on Wilder avenue and 1S6 feet on Piikoi street. Off n f I . Get one for your HARRY ARMITAGE. Share Broker. Cor. King & Bethel Sts. 101 TIMELY SUGGESTIONS! of the Thousand and Things We Offer as HOLIDAY GIFTS, AT One i in Dressed Dolls, Kid Dolls, Rag Dolls, Boys' Drums, Woolly Sheep, Fur Dogs, Tin Horns, Tool Chests, aint Boxes, lubber Dolls, jlorse and Cart, Toy Cannons, oldier Sets, Rubber Rattles, Iron Wagons, Rocking Horses, Toy Furniture, Game Halma, DOminoes, Parch essi. China Tea Sets, Photo Frames, Ladies' Purses, Card Cases, Ink Stand 3, 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, Shoo Fly Rockers, Pillow Dex, Black-Boards, Air Guns, Iron Banks, Dolls' Carriages, Wooden Carts, R. R. Trains, " Scrap Books, Magic Lanterns, Toy Stoves, Mechanical Rabbits, Toy Sweepers. Hop Scotch Game, Tree Trimmings, Photo Holders, Gold Pen & Holder Odor cases. Cigar Cases, Shaving Sets, Pocket Knives, Cribbage Boards, Table Croquet, Dolls Cradles, Picture Books, Mn of War Beats, Books for Boys. Dolls' Houses, Art Calendars, Xsnas Cards, Guitars, Accordeons, Violins, Harmonicas, Mandolins. Chatter Box 1S9S, Books for Girls, Presentation Poets, Graphophones. Regina Music Box, Gramophones, Autoharps, Plenty of Music Everybody Welcome. WALL, NICHOLS CO. Open Evenings Until Xmas. WANTED i Everybody to call and examine our new and superb line of GEiNTS' SLIPPERS. STYLISH AND UP TO DATE I JUST THE THING FOR CHRISTMAS! bsi! Skin, Toilet, Ic and Russet Romn Russet IK. id, Toilet, Black Seal Skin, Tc Box Calf, Toilet, Glazed Kid, Toil Russet Calf, EASE, COMFORT AND DURABILITY, ALL COMBINED IN ONE. n I ilet, iiet. OOO The Manufacturers' Shoe Co., of trie Big: Sho FORT STREET, Kodak Developing And rinting. 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 cusiomers. 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. PGAN ' FORT KrrVfT?VT inn -OOO Ladies and Children's embroidered and hemstitched HANDKER CHIEFS. 35c doz. and upwards. Men's linen hemstitched HANDKER CHIEFS, all varieties. Ladies' fine SILK HOISERY, all ool-ors. Ladies' PURSES, FANS. Ladies' Kid and Silk GLOVES, shades. Latest Ladies' Silk SCARFS, NECKWEAR. SASHES, The latest in Silk UNDERWEAR. The latest in PARASOLS BRELLAS. and UM- New SILKS and LACES. Silk and Woolen SHAWLS. OOO Jl V 1 11 i i ! AGENTS. KIHG & FORT STS. 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 NOVELTIES in WORK BOXES, BRUSH and COMB CASES, PHOTO FRAMES, MUSIC ROLLS, CARD CASES. Complete Line of MEN'S FURNISH ING GOODS. OOO FGAN'Q iW FORT STREET. i 4 it? UVENILE Bic vele FOR LITTLE ONES. Don't waste your money on a poor Wheel when t i you can get a good one for a low price from BRON, Telephone 565. I EARSON I 312 Fort Street. I ( ) t t t 4 HOLIDAY : GOODS BY S. S. CHINA: A large quantity of Holiday Goods, consisting of Japanese Fancy Silks, Kimonos, Silk Hand Bags, Pajamas, Fancy Silk Fans; also Dolls, Toys, Porcelain, Lacquer Ware, Etc. BY S. S. AUSTRALIA. A FULL LINE OF Jewelry, Gents' Dress Shirts, Silk Suspenders, Neckwear, Etc. DO NOT FAIL TO ASPECT THESE GOODS BEFORE YOU BUY ELSEWHERE. Hotel Street Robinson Block. Theo. H. Davies & Co LIMITED- Wants and Commission Agents, Beg to call the attention of the trade to their complete line of hnhne : ffl : ilfl : 0. PAINTS AND OILS. (W0D I 1)1 lYITiirpinxT nnnnrinn A fine assortment of Kitchen Furnishings. GRAY AGATE WARE a Specialty KlaaDaL-uLaMLSian.-uL Street. B. F. EHLERS & CO From our large and varied assortment of useful and artistic Xmas gifts we mention the followinsr: HANDKERCHIEFS. Ladies' embroidered ootton, two for 25c, four for $1, three for $1. Indies' plain hemstitched, linen, 25c-50e. A large variety in colored border handkerchiefs for children. GLOYES. Dents' Kid Gloves, Pall Shades. "White Chamoisskin Gloves. FANCY DEPARTMENT. Real Battenberg Work, Embroidered Sofa Pillows, Fancy Pincushions, Purses and Handbags. MISS M. E. KILLEAN Has Received PER AUSTRALIA: A LARGE LINE OF THE VERY LATEST IN FINE MILLINERY. ALSO Handsome Feather Boas, . . . JUST THE THING FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS. - - "- BGOYOLE THE : HOLIDAYS At Specially Low Prices to Reduce Stock. i0 9 0 O 0 o 10 Eidridge Victor, ioi 2! 0! E fine JUVENILE AND 5 JUVENILE TANDEM. 0! 1 0! ! 0! Crawford . - AND Crawford Chainless.