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THE PAG IF. -J COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, DECEMBER, 31, 1S9S.
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The best at the. lowest
price at HOPP'H.
TO BE IN
STYLE
You should have a set of
our handsome . . .
Parlor
Chairs.
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We have them in English
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Finish. These eoods have O
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We have a nice new line of 0
Ladies'
Correspondence
Desks,
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oi tne latest pattern, in
the latest pattern,
Polished Oak and other hard 0
woods. These would be of Q
great convenience to young J
ladies, who have large corres- J
pondence, or of a literary turn X
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Bring us your old furniture 0
and we will surprise you.
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of good quality to rent for J
Balls, Parties and Enter
tainments. J. HOPP & CO. i
Leading Furniture Dealers.
KING & BETHEL STS.
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FOR
Holiday : Goods.
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In order to acctinimolatc the
immense stock of
TOYS AND
FANCY GOODS
we have on sale for the
we will ODen on SATURDAY
at the old Waterhouse prem
ises on Queen Street, for tne
sale of Christmas Goods ex
clusively.
At Our No. 10
Store will he found a very
large stock of the very best
DRY GOODS-
We wish to call particular
attention to the choice line
of
KIIID GLOVES
WE OFFER THIS SEASON.
Both Stores Open Rights.
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No. IOsSSEIt
BRA
STORE
O" BREWER fi CO, 11
Queen Street, : : Honolulu, II. L
AGENTS FOR
Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Ono
mea Sugar Company, Honomu Sugar
Company, Wailuku Sugar Company,
Waihee Sugar Company, Makee Su
gar Company, Haleakala Ranch
Company, Kapapala Ranch.
Planters Line, San Francisco Packets,
Charles Brewer & Co.'s Line of Bos
ton Packets.
Agents Boston Board of Underwrlt-
ers
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. P.
Allen, Auditor; C. M. Cooke. H. Water
house, G. R. Carter, Directors.
Read the Haicaiian Gazette
(Semi-TreeJcly).
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GET
Crockery
ALL GRADES
Glassware
ALL KINDS.
Lamps,
Table Cutlery,
Solid and Plated Ware,
Agate Ware,
Tin Ware,
Wooden Ware,
Brushes and Brooms,
Jewel Stoves
FOR WOOD OR COAL.
Primus Oil Stoves,
Gnrney Cleanable Refrigerators,
and any other article for the
household,
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WATEttHOUSE'S.
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A Few Suggestions
For Xmas Presents.
Among the well known
makes we have
IX CO ALPORT.
Coffee Sets.
Tea Sets.
Vases.
Salad Bowls.
Cream Jiigs.
Plates.
Cups, Saucers, Etc.
FROM MINTON'S.
Trinket Sets.
Jugs.
Candle Sticks.
Preserve Dishes.
Fancy Teapots.
New Shapes.
Vase.
Trays, Etc.
IX WEDGE WOOD.
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, Ere.
A? Grocers we are strictlv up
to date, having the best appointed
stcre in the city. As many of our
visitors have exclaimed: "It's
iust like Sin Francisco! "
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Waverley Block,
Bethel Street.
Groceries, Hardware.
Crockery.
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Estaciisned in I85L M&inra.
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Lipt" WMs Bat Some Plea-j
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RUNS MADE OUT OF HONOLULU
Hawaii and Gladys-Passengers
Malolo Josephine-Mistral to
Be Here In Summer.
Christmas was, unfortunately for the
yachting fraternity, a day of very light
wind and many of the yachts did not
leave their moorings.
The Hawaii took a family party of
a dozen to Pearl Harbor and returned
and the Gladys made the same run.
On the Hawaii were I.. A. and Mrs.
Thurston and Master Thurston, K A.
and Mrs. Potter, A. W. and Mrs. IVar
son, Pvobert Andrews. Robert Andrews,
Jr., Prof. Pabbitt, Fred. Alexander and
Carl Andrews. The start was made
from Honolulu at 10 o'clock in the
morning and with light wind it took
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MISTRAL..
(Now Building for Trip to Hawaii.)
two hours to make Puloa where the
party went ashore for lunch and a
ramble, starting back for Honolulu at
2:30 and reaching home about 5:30
well content with the days outing.
The Gladys slipped her moorings at
about the same time as the Hawaii
and the run down was made together.
On the Gladys were Harold and "Mrs.
Mott-Smith, Mrs. Yates. E. A. Mott
Smith. Ernest Thrum, W. J. Forbes.
Albert Waterhouse and Clarence
Smith with Capt. T. W. Hobron in
command as usual. The trip down was
enlivened by daylight fireworks and
music on the Fog Horn, under the
able direction of E. A. Mott-Smith.
The party landed at the Peninsula and
after luncheon did the town. The start
home was made later than that of the
Hawaii which was overtaken off the
light-house, Barring the lightness of
the wind the trip was a very pleasant
one.
Messrs. Harris and Crozier were out
in the forenoon in the iMyrtle and Mr.
Crozier went out again in the after
noon with Messrs. Brotherton, Helm
and Scholfield. The boys had a pleas
ant sail off Diamond Head and return.
Capt. Johnson took a party out in
the Alice and made a run to off Kalihi
and from there to Diamond Head and
back.
The Abbie M did not go out, thinking
there was not enough wind to make
it sufficiently interesting.
Minister Cooper with his sons spent
Monday and Tuesday at Pearl Harbor,
which they explored thoroughly in the
Clyde.
Harry Waterhouse took his yacht
Malolo down to Pearl Harbor on
Thursday.
Honolulu yachtsmen are on the look
out for the schooner yacht Josephine
which is expected from llilo. It will
be remembered that, this little craft
reached Hilo last week from San Dipgo,
after a .2 days' trip. She is on a
pleasure trip with her owner and his
friends as crew.
Says the San Francisco Call: When
the bunting is broken out on the first
day of the next yachting season there
will be a craft afloat to do honor to
the genius of California. IT. R. Simp
kins, the owner of the sloop yacht
Mistral, has given an order for the
largest yawl-rigged yacht ever built
on .this bay. She will be thoroughly
a California production, having been
designed by Arthur F. Allen and is
under construction by Frank Stone of
Tiburon. builder of Capt. T. W. Hob
ron s Gladys.
The new yacht will be f.4 feet over
all. 4.") feet load water line, with K
feet extreme beam, the beam at the
load water line being 0 inches less.
The craft is somewhat excessive for
bay sailing, being 7 feet 2 inches. To
this is added the drop of a 12-foot een
terboard. The outside ballast will con
sist of a 10-ton shoe, while inside she
will carry at least 3 tons to put in the
proper trim. The keel will be or
pine. 3u feet long, while the stem,
stern post and ribs are to be of oak.
around. She is to have a flush deck,
full-lengrh planking of pine to be used.
The deck is also ro be of pine swept
with only a small eocpit and a turtle
back. The bulwarks wil only be
int'-hes hiirh. with
top -creak. From
j-raruhion with n
into th bulwark?
of those aboard.
a "-inch hardwood
amidships afr lra?
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mahogany, with dark i
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PV' sou
ht after in her de?isrnin;r. and
norhin.z ha? ben ?acritieed for ?ped.
Mr. Simpkin? expert? to rake hr
down to the Hawaiian Inland? the com
ing summer. She will carry a fore
staysail, main sail and driver. In
liaht winds a jib may be added.
LET US TALK
To you on the merits of the Sterling
Bicycle and why it is the best made
and beet Listing wheel in the market
today. Pacific Cycle and Mfg. Co.,
agents.
Champion Blood Purifier
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.. .;rry II; N. S:dr,v. N.s. II,- i; s
"Aftr hems a victim totvplil.l. train ar.. I
rlieuriKUie fevers in is: n.y svstm was If ft
in a debilitated condition. IVsi.ics lemg
very weak I hal numerous abscesses on tlu
lower part of my back and s;:ne from which
a trreat number f pieces of tone were taken.
As it as an abscess would appear and was
lanced another would f.rui. I was treated at
two different hospitals without success thrt
surgeons in attendance informing ine that I
was suffering from blood poisoning. The abs
cesses continued to form and I was neve'
without pain until idx. months ago 1 was
induced to try
hen I had taken the first bottle I found an
improvement and after finishing twelve bot
tles I now feel as well as ever 1 did in my life,
me old abscesses have all healed, new ones
liae ceased to come and my health is splen-V-".
11 1:tfortlsH'g the Sarsaparilla I weighed
14 lbs., ami now after usin a dozen bottles
my weight is 'o lbs. is not this a sure si"ti
that 1 have been taking the champion, blood
purifier of the world?"
HOLLISTER DRUG CO., Agents.
THE 0RPHEUM.
FAMILY THEATRE.
tonTght.
FIRST CLASS
VAUDEVILLE ENTERTAINMENT
Dy 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 7:50.
Performance at 8:00.
Reserved chairs, 50c; general ad
mission ZbC.
CHANGE OF BILLi WEDNESDAYS
AND SATURDAYS.
T. V. KING, Lessee.
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
A new and handsome line oi
English and American Suitings
Have just been received.
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Why not present your father, broth
er, and the rest of your male acquaint
ances with something durable a3 vrell
as handsome.
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Russian Linen Crash suits, complete
for $12. o0 per suit.
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Open evenings till 9 o'clock.
S. DECKER,
Successor to
Medeiros & Decker,
Lincoln Block. King Street.
CHRIST" eans or our Patron3
MAS riine selection of . . .
1 XT TURKEYS, GEESE, DUCKS and
GAKES' F0WLS uf a11 kind?-
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ROAST SUCKLING PIG.
You will confer a favor by placing
your order as early as possible.
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
214 Nnuanu St. Tel. 104.
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FRUIT CAKES, PLUM PUDDINGS, J
MINCE, APPLE,
PUMPKIN AND LEMON PIES
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fc?C3 Fokt Street.
Telephone 677.
J 4DST" Place your orders early.
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AS AN XftlAS PRESENT?
SHOES! !I
What to Get, and Where to Get Them?
TRY
A. E. MURPHY & CO.
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FOR MEN.
Slippers in Velvet.
Slippers in Tapes: y.
Slippers in Felt.
Slippers in Leather.
Slippers in Cloth.
All Sizes, Colors and Qualities,
as well as Sho?s of all des-
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FOR CHILDREN.
Everything in the Shoe Line that a Child may need, all new
and pretty.
A. E, MURPHY & CO.
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205 Hotel Street.
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Christmas Toys,
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rancy yooas, ttc.
A large assortment just
to hand from Europe.
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Now on
and for
H. Hackfeld & Co, Ltd.
Useful Xrrias Presents
EX ALDEN BESSE.
SGHDMAN'S
ISLAND ORDERS PROMPTMY FILLED.
Plantation Owners,
Managers, Agents,
And Buyers. . . ,
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Patronize Home Industry, no need of sending rA
for Harness. With added improvements to my Manufacturing
Department and direct importation of material, 1 am now pre
pared to supply Planters and Agents with any amount and
description of Work Harness, or parts thereof, at figures
that will compare favorable with Coast prices, and the
assurance of a far better wearing article. . -A
full line of Carriage, Harness, Stable and Horse
Goods.
Island orders promptly and satisfactorily filled.
C. R. COLLINS.
ESTABLISHED 1891.
TELEPHONE 662.
P. 0. DOX 496.
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FOR WOMEN.
Iioudoir Sandals.
Opera Sandals.
Louis Sandals.
Turkish Slippers.
Fedora Slippers.
Also' Shoes of New Designs and
Styles.
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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 TABLES.
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KING ST., near NODASO ST.
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