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fHE PACIF.J COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, DECEMBER, 2$, 1S9S.
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The bet at the lowest
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Inis week we are mamni; a
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special run on
WHITE ENAMELED
DOUBLE : BEDSTEADS.
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Ladies'
Correspondence
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q pondence list or of a literary
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HANDSOME
FURNITURE COVERINGS.
You will never see a better
chance to buy Furniture at
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prices, than risrnt now.
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ANY OLD FURNITURE
Can be given new life under
our hands. Let us reupholster any
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I J. HOPP & CO.
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Leading Fornitnre Dealers,
KING & BETHEL STS.
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FOR
Holiday : Goods.
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In order to accommodate the
immense stock of
TOYS AND
FANCY GOODS
we have on sale for the
fr-tOt-IDAY 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 W5 louna a
large stock of the very best
DRY GOODS-
We wish to call particular
attention to the choice line
of
KIJD GLOYES
WE OFFER THIS SEASON.
Both Stores Open Rights.
E. I.lORDAH
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& CO, LI
Queen Street, : : Honolulu, H. L
AGENTS FOR
Hawaiian Agricultural Company Ono
mea Sugar Company, Honomu Sugar
Company, Wailuku Sugar Company,
WTaihee Sugar Company, Makee Su
gar Company, Haleakala Ranch
Company, Kapapala Ranch.
Planters' Line, San Francisco Packets,
Charles Brewer & Co.'s Line of Boa
ton Packets. '
Agents Boston Board of Underwrlt-
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. h.
Allen, Auditor; C. M. Cooke, IL WaUr
liouae, G. R. Carter, Directors.
jiead the Hawaiian Gazette
B RANCH
STOKE
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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 you
do not give it
before Christmas
you
will be sorry
(so will we.)
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GET IT AT
WATERHOUSE'S.
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A Few Suggestions
For Xmas Presents.
Among tbe well Known
makes we bave
IN COALPORT.
Coffee Sets.
Tea Sts.
Vases.
Salad Bowls.
Cream Jugs.
Plates.
Cuds. Saucers, Etc.
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FROM MINTON'S.
Trinket Sets.
Jugs.
Candle Sticks.
Preserve Dishes.
Fancy Teapots.
New Shapes.
Vase. !"
Trays, Etc.
IN WEDGEWOOD.
Flower Pots.
Vases.
Pin Trays and Boxes.
Jugs, Etc., Etc.
ROYAL CROWN DERBY.
. Cups and Saucers.
Plates.
Jugs.
Marmalades.
ALSO
Royal Worcester,
Doulton, Karlsbad.
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An assortment of Cut Glass
Bottles, Almond Dishes, Flower
Tubes, Rose Bowls, Rustic, Glass
Flower Tubes and Stand, Etc.
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i store in the city. As many of our
vlx!tnr have exclaimed: It
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Waverley Block,
Bethel Street.
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? Crockery.
J EstcflBisiiea la tssi. leadeis in 1893.
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WATERUOUSE
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IS IN NAVAL ROW
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First-Class Italian Cruiser;
Now in Port. I
Will Remain Ten Days Is a Une
Ship Heavy Armament.
Officers.
The Italian cruiser Etna is anchored
near the light house, having arrived
yesterday morning ai 11 o'clock from
San Francisco, after a ten days' stormy
passage.
The Etna arrived in San Francisco
last month from a cruise from Italy to
Spain and the Maderia Islands; thence
along the east coast of South America
through the straits of Magellan, up the
west coast of South and Central Amer
ica and to Mare Island, where she
went on the dry dock.
The Etna is a first class cruiser of
about To feet length, 42 feet beam and
:i0 feet depth. She is of C,."i00 tons reg
ister, T.mOO horse power, twin screw
and has a speed of 111'- knots an hour.
She is provide! with two sets of en
gines. Her hull is painted black down
to the water iine. her -upper works
white. She has two yellow smoke
stacks, both well amidships, and two
turretted masts provided with rapid
firing guns.
She has a protected dtok and her
armament consists 01 two 10-incn
guns, six 6-inch guns, five Xordenfeldt
rapid-firing guns and four Hotchkiss
rapid-firing guns.
The Etna received a salute from the
United States gunboat Bennington.
now anchored in naval row, and the
Italian flag was run up. Commander
Taussig, of the gunboat, called upon
the Etna soon after and extended
greetings.
The Italian cruiser carries twenty of
ficers anil 300 men.
The Etna's officers are as follows:
Capitano li Vajcello, Cavallare Gio-
vanni uioveno. commanuer; capitano
di Corvetta, Cavallare Stanislav Lor-
eichio, second in command; Frank
Angelo, first lieutenant; Guglielmo
Giamelli, second lieutenant; Ernesto
Di Loreto, third lieutenant; Ginseppe
Monrey, fourth lieutenant, and Guido
Scelsi, fifth lieutenant; Ettore Coltel-
leti and Federico Cajtraeane, sub-lieutenants;
Lorenjo Gandolofo, Domenico
Visco. Gaetano Pejce, Francesco Paggi
and Francesco De Orestis. midship
men; Gaetano Montaldo, chief engi
neer; Ginseppe Pen jo, second engi
neer; Raffaele Pajtena. third engineer;
Eugenio Verregnassi, fourth engineer;
Angelo Caforio, surgeon; Cavallare
I.uigi Tommetli, paymaster.
The Etna remains in port about ten
days, proceeding from here to Samoa,
Fiji, and thence to Sydney.
Italian Consul F. A. Schaefer is ex
tending the courtesies 0: the city to
the visiting officers and v ill no doubt
tender them a reception before their
departure.
AT
THE LYCEUM.
Japanese
Sunday
School
See
Santa Clans.
At the Japanese Lyceum last even
ing there was an attendance inside of
500 and an overflow of 2"0 for the Sab
bath School Christmas celebration.
Rev. Okumura is pastor. The Sunday
school superintendent is II. Iwamura.
The niano accomnanist was Mr. Su?u-
mago. This was the program:
Prayer Mr. T. Okumura.
Hymn No. 00 Sunday School Child
ren.
Address (Japanese) K. Kodani.
Song: Hark the Herald (Japanese)
Choir. Christmas Songs (English and Jap
anese) Kindergarten Children.
A "Surprise" Primary School Child
ren.
Recitation and Singing Sunday
Sfhniii nirl. under the direction ot
Mrs. O. H. Gulick.
Sword Dance Bunji Tokioka.
nnp- Christmas' Primary School
children.
Sons: "Sons of the Angels" under
th direction of Mrs. C. L. Crabbe
Exercise1 Primary School Boys.
Song. "Peace on Earth" Choir.
Santa Claus.
The best musical number was the
singing under the direction of Mrs. C.
L. Crable. The sword dance by a little
boy was a popular novelty. Santa
Claus made a tremendous hit. The
decorations were the prettiest yet
a Christmas festival.
tor
Thomas Square Concert.
There will be a public moonlight
concert tonight at Thomas Square.
The program which begins at 7:00 is
as follows:
PART I.
HvPrtnrP Tntl.TCili ROSSilli
Duet Norma
Selection Lucia
Lipolipo ka wai o Eleile.
. . . Bellini
. Donizetti
Malana:.
TiK
Misses Kelilaa.
PART II.
Old Folks at Home
Bernard
Cornet i.o-
Mr. Charles Kreuter.
Selection German Marches
Sei.Lc-nghanz
Gavotte Hohenzollern Thiele
Waltz Makee Island Berger
The Star Spaugled Banner.
Drill Shed Change.
To accommodate F Company quite
a change will be made at the Drill
Shed. F and A are inseparable chums
and will keep house together. The
quarters of A will be doubled by build
ing an annex on the Waikiki side of
the Shed. This will make two long,
rather narrow rooms. The companies
will have their own gun racks, but will
have a social room in common.
Gunboat Souvenir.
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the V. S. G . : .
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V :-nur. Joy.
nr. in.: ton. a
i' American
On I lit
ii the proper
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o: the
r:-r: matter
r.r.ii'.-T'on. to
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n.in on the
j -,ijirs. On th-3 -i
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; i a description :. i
j irr-ther with a dir
j name and rank o
.-n:p. l sou
in larc number
were ?viu away
:hr ner of the
j Bnningtou.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cho!era and
Diarrhoea Remedy can always b& de
pended upon and is pleasant and safe
to take.
Sold by all
druggists and
dealers. lienson, Smith
Co., Ltd.,
wholesale agent3 for H. I.
AMERICAN MESSENGER SERVICE.
Masonic Temple. Telephone 444.
The Only High Crado Caking
Powder Offered at a Mod
erate Prloe.
Baking
Powder
NONE SO GOOD.
THE 0RPHEUM.
FAMILY THEATRE.
TONIGHT.
FIRST CLASS
AUDEVILLE ENTERTAINMENT
By the Cleverest
ARTISTS OF THE DAT.
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 chairs, 50c;
general ad-
mission 25c.
CHANGE OF BILL WEDNESDAYS
AND SATURDAYS.
T. Y. KING, Lessee.
J. LAN DO.
What better and more useful
present can be given to gentlemen
than
GOOD, DURABLE
Furnishing Goods
Just leceived a large
consign-
ment of BOYS' CLOTHING.
Successor to
L.E.TRACY,
I. 0. 0. F. Building,
Fort St., above Kinsc St.
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
A new and handsome line of
English and American Suitings
Have just been received.
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Whv not present your father, broth
er, and the rest of your male acquaint
ances with something durable a3 well
as handsome.
Russian Linen Crash suits, complete
for 12.50 per suit.
Open evenings till 9 o'clock.
S. DECKER,
Successor to
Medeiros & Decker,
Lincoln Block. King Street.
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FOR CHRISTMAS
AND NEW YEAR'S.
FRUIT CAKES, PLUM PUDD1KGS,
MINCE, APPLE,
PUMPKIN AND LEMON PIES
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Fout Street. - - Tblefhone 7'
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Placi your orders early.
CALUMET
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XMAS XMAS
AS AN XittAS PRESENT?
SHOES! II
to Get, and Where to Get Them?
TRY-
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FOR MEN.
Slippers in Velvet.
Slippers in Tapesty.
Slippers in Felt.
Slippers in Leather.
Slippers in Ciotii.
All Sizes, Colors and Qualities,
as well as Shoes of all des
criptions. CO
FOR CHILDREN. S
Everything in the Shoe Line that a Child may need, all new go
and pretty. I
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A. E
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205 Hotel Street.
XMAS XMAS XMAS XMAS XMAS-
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Christmas Toys,
Fancy Goods, Etc.
A large assortment just
to hand from Europe.
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Now on
and for
M. Mac
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Useful Xmas Presents
EX ALDEN BESSE.
, 03ft
SCHUMAN'S
ISLAND ORDERS PROHPTMY FILLED.
NEW IET WEATHER GOODS.
HANDSOME ASTRACHAH LAP
(Rubber Lined.)
MACKINTOSH LAP ROBES,
Come and see them for yourself.
FRED PHILP is in charge
ZX Island
rders
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ESTABLISHED
TELEPHONE 662.
P. O. BOX 496.
nd a-fc Mil
XMAS-
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CO
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MURPHY & CO.
FOR WOMEN.
Boudoir Sandals.
Opera Sandals,
Louis Sandals.
Turkish Slippers.
Fedora Slippers.
Also Shoes of New Designs and.
Styles.
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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,
fi Co, Ltd.
Nothing prettier or more durable, during
- - - the winter weather.
of the Manufacturing Dept.
itisfaotori ly 1" i 1 1 e cJ
COLLINS.
1891.
KI8G ST., near NUDAUO ST.
HdwqII.
fSemi-Weekly)

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