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The Pacific commercial advertiser. [volume] (Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands) 1885-1921, December 28, 1898, Image 9

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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, DECEMBER,
9
Haiku
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Sam Pock U-ti for CKa.t 0:1 the Kinan.
Children's School Uai:s Mrs. Ilann t
Bishop Willis left lor Hawaii on th
Kinau.
C. H. Dickey return--. 1 t
terday.
Alex. Younsr and wife
Kinau for Hilo ve.sierdav.
The Misses I'trry let t vesterdav on
the Claudini for Kahului
Ihe new time table for the s to unit
Upolu i3 published In this issue.
A bookkeeiK-r, one who is also a
stenographer preferred, is wanted.
ad.
The Interior Department calls for
tenders tor a pumping plant for Hono
lulu. Manager George Ross of Hakalau
plantation was a passenger on the Ki
nau yesterday.
Mrs. J. S. Walker left on the Aus
tralia yesterday for several months in
California.
Something new Combined bicycle
leek and trouser guards at Kakin &:
Whitman's.
The Oahu railway company an
nounces an excursion train to Kahuku
on Monday next, January 2.
There is a leak in the water main at
the corner of Nuuanu and Kuakini
road, near the Jajanese legation.
The same Christmas tree did service
for the Central Union, the Methodist
and the. Christian Sunday schools.
The I3va Plantation books will Ue
closed to transfers from December
2'Jth to Saturday, December 31st in
clusive. Judge Wilcox had an international
congress of forty-nine defendants when
he opened District Court yesterday
morning.
The men arrested for exploding fire
works on the streets Christmas eve,
were lectured by Caliph Wilcox and
dismissed.
There was a very successful Christ
mas celebration last evening at the
Anglican church Chinese Sunday
school on Emma street.
The Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Co., Ltd., announces that a dividend is
due and payable at their office on Fri
day, December 30th, 1898.
Latest Novelties Elegant silk and
wool designs. Call and see samples at
Leading Modistes. LeVanway and
Chambers, 73 Beretania street.
The stock ledger of the C. Brewer
& Co., Ltd., will be closed to trans
fers from noon December 29th, 189S,
until noon of January 2nd, 1S99.
W. E. Fisher, real estate agent, cor
ner Fort and Merchant streets, has a
cozy cottage with three furnished
rooms for rent. Suitable for man and
wife.
Itev. C. M. Hyde has filed an inter
esting report on the business of the
i
F. I. Cutter, as.-istant .-uporintndent
of th"4 1 11 .-an Asylum, was a pas-ng'.-r
by the Australia for San Fran.-isco yes
terday, lie will spend about six '.v.-- k.;
in California on business.
. DRY GOODS C2 LT-D.
I "THE. PrXOqFESSlVESTXJRf
JUST OPENED:
A splendid assortment of
l CHENILLE AND TAPESTRY
PORTIERES.
TAPESTRY TABLE COVERS
AND
LACE CURTAINS.
1 a a
'JJ
STOCKS
For Sale.
000
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.
Bishop Museum lor the year. Tiie -
number of visitors was unusuallyJj Shares HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO.
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.
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S. SB Off GOOflS CO
Limited.
TfiE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS.
large.
A Postal Savings Bank pass book,
No. 554 A (old No. 992), lias been lost.
Finder will please deliver or mail
same to IL Laws at SpreckeLs & Co.'s
bank.
Lewers & Cooke have pleased a host
of their friends by again sending out
the neatest and most useful memoran
dum book that could possibly be de
rised. Geo. A. Davis, who is spending the
holidays with Wm. Henry, will be in
town at 10 this morning on business
before Associate Justice Whiting," at
Chambers.
J. F. Morgan will sell at public auc-1
lion at his sales room on Saturday. De
cember 31st, fifteen fractional shares
of the new issue of stock of C. Brewer
& Co., Ltd.
The Granville school, Vancouver, B.
C, a boarding and day school for girls,
can be communicated with through
Mademoiselle Kern, principal. See
card in this issue.
Deputy Marshal Chillingworth towed
Ah Fat's che fa establishment to the
police station yesterday morning. Ah
Fat & Co. have been doing a big
gambling business for some time.
Turkish and Persian nigs, etc., will
be offered at auction in the Progress
block tomorrow at 10 a. m. and 7 p. m.
This is announced as the last oppor
tunity to purchase these goods by auc
tion.' Messrs. Augustus F. Knudsen, L. A.
Newton and Arthur S. Knudsen, of Ke
kaha, Kauai, have entered into a
partnership for the purpose of carry
ing on a ranching and agricultural business.
Further proceedings in the case--Tf
he Bishon of Honolulu ami the Second
Congregation may be delayed till the
return of Jmlge Hartwell from the
coast. The Judge may be home by the
Peking today.
At the residence of M. N. Saunders,
Mntianu above Vineyard street, Jas. F.
Morgan will sell at 10 a. m. today at
public auction the entire household
furniture, palms and plants,
chickens, etc.
Ti,orP w.is a fair house and an ex
ceptionally good program at the
honm last night. Th
new bill this evening and on Friday
night the benefit to the sailors of the
S. S. Columbia.
The bicvele riders who left last even
in" for the Kahului race meet, were
given a fine send-off at the Claudine
bv town friends. John Manoa, Little
Mike and Herman Ludioff headed the
delegation of racers.
Full particulars of the Kaalawai lots,
propertv of the late A. Rosa, situated
east of "Diamond Head, can be had at
,r salesrooms of Jas. F. Morgan.
-n street. The sale takes place on
Saturday, January 7, 1S99.
The Hawaiian Gazette Company
- - 1 ifc nit rnn
friends a foreign mail
ohiA Conies will be
subscribers of the Advertiser, Gazette,
Knokoa and Planters' Monthly.
reward of $25 will be given by the
Hawaiian traxen v., iui .
j nv!Minn of anv person found
otiini? TSio Pacific Commercial Ad
rertiser from residences or places of
business of t2e regular suuscnoers
Shares WILDER S. S. CO.
FOR SALE.
4 RESIDENCES at Iwilei. A splen
did investment for the right party.
Property rents for ?50 a month, and
can. be made to double tnat. Selling
on account of departure of owner.
1 Fine Large Residence Lot at Ma
kiki, 306 feet on Wilder avenue and 186
feet on Piikoi street.
Or-
be a
HARRY ARM1TAGE.
Share Broker.
Ccr. King & Bethel Sts.
101 TIMELY SUGGESTIONS!
Few of the Thousand and
Things We Offer, as
HOLIDAY GIFTS, AT
One
is
and
steamer time
delivered to
essed Dolls,
Kid Dolls,
Rag Dolls,
Doys 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 Horses,
Toy Furniture,
Game Halma,
Dominoes,
Parchessi,
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 & Holde
Odor cases,
Cigar Cases,
Shaving Sets,
Pocket Knives,
Cribbage Board
Table Croquet,
Dolls Cradles,
Picture Books,
WANTED
Everybody to call and
examine our new and
superb line of
GENTS' SLIPPERS.
STYLISH AND UP TO DATE I
JUST THE THING FOR CHRISTMAS I
Tsr-i Sea 3 Skin, Toilet,
EB lack and Russo-t Romeos,
Russe-fc iJ, Toilet,
Black Seal Skin, Toilet,
Boc Calf, Toilet,
Glared KicJ, Toilet,
Russet Calf, Toiiet.
EASE, COMFORT ASD DURABILITY, ALL COHERED IN CM.
000
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
Theo. H. Davies & Co
LIMIT ED-
of the E3i? Shoo.
FORT STREET,
Kodak
Developing
And
Printing
-000-
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 preserving.
We have
Kodak
Albums.
coo
run Inmnnnif
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AGENTS.
KING & FORT STS.
FGAN'Q
H j v U
STREET.
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Ladie-s' and Children's embroidered
and hemstitched HANDKER
CHIEFS, 33c doz. and upvrardo.
Men's linen hemstitched HANDKER
CHIEFS, all varieties.
Ladies' fine SILK H0ISERY, all colors.
Oil
Ladies' PURSES, FANS.
Ladies' Kid and Sill
shades.
GLOVES. Latest
Ladies' Silk SCARFS,
NECKWEAR.
SASHES,
The latest in Silk UNDERWEAR.
The latest in PARASOLS and
BRELLA3.
I'M-
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 Laoe CURTAINS,
RUGS, BLANKETS, etc
WORK BOXES,
COMB CASES,
NOVELTIES In
BRUSH and
PHOTO FRAMES, MUSIC ROLLS,
CARD CASES,
Complete Line oi MEN'S FURNISH
ING GOODS.
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FORT STREET.
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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,
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FOR LITTLE ONES.
Merchants and Commission Agents,
Beg to call the attention of the tiad
to their complete line of
flrti
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PAINTS AND OILS.
GENERAL PLANTATION SUPPLIES.
A fine assortment of Kitchen Furnishing
.GRAY AGATE WARE a Sp
ialtv
a-a-jurrSLitn-cL Street.
1
E"0 F5T" STRE
CO.
From our large and varied assortment of useful and artistic Xaias gifU
.e mention the following:
HANDKERCHIEFS.
Ladies' embroidered cotton, two for 25c, four for $1, three for $1.
Ladies' plain hemstitcbI, linen, 23c-50c.
A
in colored border -handkerchiefs for children.
GLOYES.
Deals' Kid Gloves, Fall Shad&
White Chamoisskin Gloves.
FANCY DEPARTMENT.
Real- I5a.ttenberg 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.
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ALSO
Handsome Feather Boas,
JUST THE THING FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS.
Don't waste your money on a poor Wheel when
vou can get a sood one for a low price from
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A l 312 Fort Street.
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Telephone 565.
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Men ol War Boats, Pooks for Boy?,
Dolls' Houses,
Art Calendar?,
Xsias Card?,
Guitar?,
Accordeonp,
Violins,
Harmonicas,
Mandolins.
Chatter Box 1S9S,
Books for Girls,
Presentation Poets,
Graphophones.
Retina Music Box,
Gramophones,
Aiitoharps,
Plenty of Music Everybody Welcome.
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Open Evenings Until Xraas.
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 are, Ltc.
BY S. S. AUSTRALIA. A FULL LINE OF
Jewelry, Gents' Dress Shirts, Silk Suspenders, Neckwear, Etc.
DO 0T FAIL TO ASPECT THESE GOODS BEFORE YCU BUY ELSEWHERE.
30 s 00.
HntPl Street - Robinson Block.
At
YCLE
HOLIDAYS
Specially Low Prices to Reduce Stock.
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