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THE PAG IF. .J COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, DECEMBER, 27, 1S9S.
OR 9 0 0 0 0 oooo 9 0 The b??t at the Iovet 0 0 0 0 0 0 m 0 0 price at KOPP'S. DON'T PUT IT OFF. 0 0 The rush for Furni- 0 turecannot possibly last much X v longer, i ne goous are selling J too fast. Such extremely low 2 ? prices are bound to find plenty 0 ot buyers. Lome tomorrow, Q i if possible, because your 0 chances of getting just what you have set your heart on J Q get slimmer every day you 0 0 wait. o o 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 This week we are making a special run on o DOUBLE : BEDSTEADS. 0 Ladies' Correspondence Desks. 0 0 0 Just the thing for a maid or ? 0 matron who has a large corres- 0 pondence list or of a literary turn of mind. 0 0 . HANDSOME 0 0 0 0 o ruiuiiiunfi wnMiflua. O You will never see a better q chance to buy Furniture at low prices the lowest of low 0 0 prices, than right now. a ANY OLD FURNITURE 0 Can be given new life under our hand??. Let us reuDhoIster anv A . v v furniture of yours that needs it 0 0 Leading Furniture Dealers KING & BETHEL STS. 0 000OeO00OaO0 t)D A Mi1 -FOR ooo t In order to accommodate the immense stock of TOYS AND FANCY GOODS we have on sale for the W O L.I DAY TRADE we will open on SATURDAY at the old Waterhouse prem ises on Queen Street, for the sale of Christmas Goods ex clusively. At Our No. 10 Store will be found a very large stock of the very best DRY GOODS- Ve wish to call particular attention to the choice line of Kllb GLOVES "WE OFFER THIS SEASON. Both Stores Open Nights. e. w. jorda: 0 0 0 w m w mu a. wt v v BRANCH STORE Holiday ; Gooas. C. BREWER & CO., LD. Queen Street, : : Honolulu, II. L AGENTS FOR Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Ono rnea Sugar Company, Honomu Sugar Company, Wailuku Sugar Company, "vVailiee Sugar Company, Makee Su ar Company, llaleakala Ranch Company, Kapapala Ranch. Planters' Line, San Francisco Packets, Charles Brewer & Co.'s Line of Boa ton Packets. Agents Boston Board of Underwit crs Agents for Philadelphia Board of Un derwriters. LIST OF OFFICERS: p C. Jones, President; George H. Robertson. Manager; E. F. Bishop. Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. . Allen, Auditor; C. M. Cooke, H. Water house, G. R. Carter, Directors. Read the Eaxcaxian Gazette iSemi-Weekly) w w -.3 l lfl I ,3 & CO. Have done more to help you find nice things at a moderate price than any other concern in Honolulu. All we need is your attention. If vou do not give it before Christmas you will be sorry (so will we.) OOO THE STORE. w I W W--W W W W W I f GET IT AT WATERHOUSE'S. A Few Suggestions For Xmas Presents. I I Among the well known makes we have IX CO ALPORT. Coffee Sets. Tea Sets. Vases. Salad Bowls. Cream Jugs. Plates. Cups, Saucers, Etc. FROM MIXTON'S. Trinket Sets. Jugs. Candle Sticks. Preserve Dishes. Fancy Teapots. New Shapes. Vase. Trays, Etc. IX WEDGE WO 0 D. Flower Pots. - Vases. Pin Trays and Boxes. Jugs, Etc., Etc. ROYAL, CROWN' DERPA". Cups and Saucers. Plates. Jugs. Marmalade?. ALSO Royal Worcester, Doulton, Karlsbad. i k I 1 s I I f I f i J. I I I I I I I I I I I An assortment of Cut Glass Bottles, Almond Dishes, Flower Tubes, Rose Bowls, Rustic, Glass Flower Tubes and Stand, Etc. As Grocers we are strictly us to date, having the best appointed store in the city. As many of our visitors have exclaim-d: "It's just like San Francisco! " J. T. IVATEBUOUS& Vaverley Block, Bethel Street. Groceries, Hardware, Crockery. 4 r i i i i I W Esiauiistiea in I ss I . ,rsini&90. 3 W w w w w w w- N THE CHURCH Sunday School Ooservances of Curistmas. SPECIAL MUSIC THE FEATURE Sermons at Central Union Christ mas Trees Good Times for the Little Ones. CENTRAL UNION CHURCH. T'o excellent sermons werp preachetl by the Rev. Wm. Morris Kin-f-aid at Central Union church on Christmas Day. The congregations bo;h morning anil evening were un usually large. The church was beau tifully 'iecorateil. The discourse sub jects were "The. ChiM King" ami "The Christmas Message of dood-Will." A fine feature of the Christmas ser vit vs at Central Union was the splendid program of special music under the direction of Choirmaster Yarndley. There v.-as a number of solos and a considerable amount of the best in strumental music. CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Walter C. "Weedon, superintendent of the Christian church Sunday school, was master of ceremonies at that house o; worship last evening. There Avas a Christmas tree with gifts for all, and an admirable program of music and recitations. Prayer was offered by the pastor, Rev. T. D. Garvin. V. L. Hop per was the Santa Clans. Nearly all of the recitations were by young people. All Avho attended the celebration agreed that the affair was a most suc cessful one. PORTUGUESE SUNDAY SCHOOL. It was on Saturday evening that the Port lieu e&e Protestant church was crowded for the Christmas observance. Superintendent Rowen was the direct or general and everything was pleas ant. There was a tree and all the children were remembered. The even ing was spent with a program of high grade. The church was crowded. ROMAN CATHOLIC. Great crowds attended the ' several services at the Roman Catholic Cathe dral on Sunday. The ceremonies were formal and beautiful, with the Bishop leading and the whole of the clergy as sisting. The music was exceedingly attractive. M ETIIODIST EPISCOPA L. This church was tastily decorated Sunday evening and all who took part in the exercises did well. The Epworth League conducted the services Sunday night, which consisted of recitations by several young people and an inter esting address on the motto of the Ep worth League, -Look Up, Lift Up." by Mr. John McTaggart, and singing. Solos by 'Mrs. Cohn and Miss Chamber lin being worthy of special mention. Last night the Sunday school had their entertainment. A varied and interest ing program was rendered. A carol, conducted by Professor Jacobs, was specially interesting, as was also a solo by Miss Nettie Gallagher. The sing ing by the infant class received much praise. The recitations were well rendered and many of them were of a specially interesting nature. During the rendering of the program several telegrams were received by the super intendent from Santa Clans from var ious points of his journey from the North Pole to Honolulu. He arrived at the appointed time and made the hearts of the children glad by the dis tribution of a liberal supply of gifts and sweetmeats. The pastor and his wife were specially well remembered by the gift of a purse well filled by shini ng gold pieces. ST. ANDREW'S. The festival of 'Christmas was ob served in a very joyous manner at St. Andrew's Cathedral by the Second Congregation. Notwithstanding the inclement weather large congregations attended the several services. At the early hour of half past five o'clock there was a celebration of the Holy Communion, when fifty persons par took of the sacred elements. At t:30 o'clock the service of the day was held, when the Cathedral was crowded, in cluding many of the best people and a number of visitors. The music was an important feature of this service and a very tine program. of brilliant church' music, entirely new. was excellently rendered by the choir of ladies and gentlemen. The various solos were well sung, while the chorus parts were splendidly given. Th? familiar Xmas hymns were grandly sung, the entire congregation joining in with a will. Rev. Alex. Mackintosh pie.uhed an appropriate sermon from the text "And His name -shall be called Wonderful. Counsellor, The Mighty God. the Ever lasting Father, the Priivo of Peace." Following this service was another cel ebration of Holy Communion, at which s e v e n t v - ri v e p r s o n s en m m u n i - a l e d . On the I'laiiK. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Uo- enit-r-taii.cil a few frlemU on Christmas c-ve a: t'aeir home on IVreania streot. The vv-ning passed pleasantly with da:u iu.c, instrumental and vocal music and parlor srames- or" various kinds. At midnight the party sat down to a sumptuous repast, after which v. ith parting wishes to Mr. and Mrs. Roe for their future happiness, there ended one of the most successful socials ever giv en in Honolulu. Ko;ser Acquitted SAX FRANCISCO. Dec. 10. Walter X. Rosser, the Tennessee soldier who on th night of September 13 shot and a II, : .it? i 1 li.r I rii.Tilr' a el--..: : r v His cT-.insel It wa; k".:. r:.a: Ro-r had i:i a ;vv i Ai ):z. an. I v:; -r.'ir.y . : -'for hi- avt;:. Tl.:- va.- t": tr:.!. th- jury :.-.. v : Iaurt ! t-X ... - - i. - ORIEX7 BICYCLES. Major Tcty:or en Lis "Orir.:- iaae the world's record time 'or one mile in 1:31 4-5. He also holds numerous world's records at other distances. Or ient wheels are made by the Waltham Watch Co., and are the only bicycles in the world that ere really "built like a watch," because built bv people who F3UILD WATCHES. The Honolulu Bi cycle Co., 200 Hotel street, Arlington Block, have an elegant line of the "Or ients," ranging in price from $30 to $S3. They are without any doubt the most elegant and perfect wheel ever seen in this marker. Calumet" Doai Hot Galon to Baking Powdar Truat, but Con cumersare Rapidly Learnt to Plac3 Their Truat in "Calama?." m NONE SO GOOD. THE GRPHEUM. FAMILY THEATRE. TONIGHT, FIRST CLASS VAUDEVILLE ENTERTAINMENT By the Cleverest ARTISTS OF THE DAY. NEW SONGS, NEW DANCES. ALL STAR PERFORMERS. Reserved Seats on Sale at. Pacific Cycle & Mfg. Co.'s. Doors open at 7:30. Performance at 8:00. Reserved chair3, C0c; general ad mission 1'5C. CHANGE OF BILL WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS. T, V. KING, Lessee. J. LANDO. OUTFITTER flNDFURNISHER. What better and more useful present can be given to gentlemen than GOOD, DURABLE Furnishinjr Goods Just jeceivetl a large consign ment of BOYS' CLOTHING. Successor to L. E.TRACY. 1. 0. 0. F. Bnildin, Fokt ST., tlove Kinc .St. FOR THE HOLIDAYS. A new and handsome line o! English and American Suitings Have just been received. t it mr0 ww Why not present your father, broth er, and the rest of your male acquaint ances with something durable as vrell as handsome. K K K Russian Linen Crash suits, complete for ?12.50 per suit. r. k . Open evenings till 9 o'clock. S. DECKER, Successor to Medeiros & Decker, Lincoln Block. King Street. FOR CHRISTMAS AKD NEW YEAR'S. J V . St" V w 1. FRUIT CAKES, PLUM PUDDINGS, MINCE, APPLE, PUMPKIN AND LEMON PIES AT- I GERMAN BAKERY. srvTJ Fokt .Stkket, - - Tklki'.hone 677. Place your orders early. X f Baking O Powder XMAS XMAS XMAS- I CO AS AN XMAS PRESENT? SHOES What to Get, and Where to Get Them? TRV A. E. MURPHY & CO. GO x CO X CO X xo FOR MEN. Slippers in Velvet. Slippers in Tapesty. Slippers in Felt. Slippers in Leather. Slippers in Cloth. All Sizes, Colors and Qualities, as well as Shoes of all des- criptions. CO FOR CHILDREN. Everything in the Shoe Line that a Child may need, all new and pretty. A. E. MURPHY & CO. CO 205 Hotel Street. -XMAS XMAS XMAS XMAS XMAS- I XMAS- Christmas Toys, Fancy Goods, Etc. A large assortment just to hand from Europe. ooo Now on and for H. Rackfeld & Co, Li. Useful Xmas Presents EX ALDEN BESSE. SCHDMAN'S ISLAND ORDERS PROMPTMY FILLED. NEW WET WEATHER GOODS. HANDSOME ASTRACHAN LAP (Rubber Lined.) MACKINTOSH LAP ROBES, Come and see them for yourself. FIXED FHILP is In charge of fg Island Orders Satisfactorily Frilled C. R. COLLINS. TELEPHONE 662. P. O. BOX 496. XMAS i x CO ma X CO I CO CO X CO FOR WOMEN. Boudoir Sandals. Opera Sandals. Louis Sandals. Turkish Slippers. Fedora Slippers. Also Shoes of Xe-v Designs and Styles. CO I exhibition sale by . . We are just in receipt of a fine line of New Style Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies -AND Stylish Harness from the best known manu facturers in the States. Would it not be better to present a gift of something that would not only be ap preciated, but useful and comfortable ? CARRIAGE AND HARNESS REPOSITORY. FORT STREET. ABOVE CLUB STABLES. ROBES, -XMAS XMAS- Nothing prettier or more durable, during - - - the winter weather. the Manufacturing Dept. ESTABLISHED 1S91. KING ST., near NUUAKU ST.