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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, DECEMBER. PA, 1803.
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. .-, LOCAL LEVITIES.
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iavi WiU lorn this iai ;t
' This is the welding: anniversary of
, nr. and Mrs. jonn -v. n.i'h'
Fred Wundenhurg s'-nds word that
ho Avill U- itack in Hawaii n i n-xi
Anoticr replication was fi'.ed yp.-it.er-lay
to a return in a Chin'-.-'- habeas
Mniiim J,e Munyon plays a harp solo
at tin Y. M. C. A. -ntertainme nt Mon
Dr. and Mrs. St. I. C Wai rs, n--llorlert.
re turned y. -t'-rd iy from a
trip -o the oa?t.
S. T. Aloxand.'r and 'aug;if.-r ar
boo;ci on tie- Maun.t Lot for Ko:i:i,
sailing Tuf srlay n-.-xt.
flioice fui-lvevs. -:iick-ns. s::.-klillg
pis, hams, at the IVrural Meat j
Mirket for New Year's. j
Monday being a legal holiday, the ;
f?ovcrnmeiit baud will give the Emma!
Square concert. jii Tuesday evening. j
Trains of the O. II. & L. Co. will j
-w wv- i ti rCk run nine t k'aliiiku on Sun-
;i,;rVhane.f xm m u,u
Thr regular monthly meeting of the
Pioneer lioilding & Loan Association
will be held on Tuesday evening, .Jan
Don't i(.rg( t the entertainment at the
Y. M. C. A. hall Monday evening at 8
o'clock. A line program will be pre
sented. . J. Hop!) & Co.. furniture dealers,
iuive ju.it' received a handsome line of
parlor chairs. These are of the latest
All members of the Amateur Orches
tra should not forget their engagement
at tnc Y. M. C. A. hall Monday morning
at S: 30 o'clock sharp.
Col. Corn well is in town by tne tvi
jiau and at 1 this morning seemed very
much. interested in a fine looking horse
that came as freight.
The leading grocers give notice that
their place of business will remain
closed on Monday, January 2nd, on ac
count of New Year's holiday.
Latest Novelties Elegant silk and
wool designs. Call and see samples at
leading Modistes. LeVanway and
Chambers, 73 Beretania street.
The nine of the Bennington and the
team of the U. S. Engineers will play
bass ball at the Makiki League grounds
this afternoon. Admission free.
At the New Year's entertainment
Monday evening at the Y. M. C. A. hall,
Mr. T. Clive Davies will give a brief
address at the ciose of the program.
R. C. A. Peterson, real estate agent,
15 Kaahumanu street, has desirable
tenants for two furnished cottages. One
at beach preferred. Rent no object.
When yoii go to Waianae, don't for
get to call at the Waianae Resort, and
get one of those refreshing ice-cold
drinks. Light wine and beer served.
Dowager Queen Kapiolani leaves for
ailua on the Mauna Loa next Tues
iy. Miss Lucy Peabody, Mr. and Mrs.
.enriques and others will accompany
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Oscar T. Sewall, cousin of the United
k,ates Special Agent, and a member of
e firm of Williams. Dimond & Co. of
n Francisco, arfived on the City of
t 9 o'clock this evening Miss M. E.
Ilean will pre&ent the Parisian doll
the person holding the lucky ticket.
lose holding tickets please present
ime this evening.
Fourteen shares of C. Brewer & Co.
stock (being the fractional shares of
the new issue of stock) will be sold at
public auction at noon today at Mor
gan's sales rooms.
Will E. Fisher, Real Estate Agent,
corner Fort and Merchant streets, has
a very desirable tenant for three fur
nished rooms, either cottage or portion
of house. Suitable for house-keeping.
A petition for appointment of W. A.
Bowen as guardian of Martha Wilhel
mina Margaret Bergersen. a minor, was
filed in the Circuit Court yesterday by
the child's father, Hartvig Bergersen.
Miss Anna Forbes will open her
Child Garden, corner Beretania and
Alapai streets on January 0. This is
one of the handsomest and best
equipped kindergarten places in the
There will be a full attendance of
the Central Union church choir for the
New Year services. Miss Edith S.
Scott, lately from the East, will sing
the offertory solo, both morning and
The Christian Endeavor Society of
Central Union Church -will hold an
early morning prayer service at C:30
a. m. Sunday, January 1. !$::. All
Christian friends are invited to join
Rev. Father Jas. P. McQuaide, a
Roman Catholic priest from San Fran
cisco, was a passenger on the "City of
Peking yesterday. He goes to Manila,
being assigned to the United States
troops there by the California diocese.
If you are at leisure on Sunday or
Monday take a drive out to Kaalawai,
beyond Diamond Head, and view th-?
fine beach lots to be sold at auction on
January 7th. The property commands
a magnificent view of the ocean and
Capt. H. E. Nichols, who passed
through on the City of Peking yester
day, relieves Capt. Whiting of the mon
itor Monadnock at Manila. Capt.
Nichols was kindly taken care of by
the many Honolulu friends whom he
had made while in command of the
United States gunboat Bennington
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Post ley, who were
Passengers from San Francisco for
IRigkong on the City of Peking are
prominent society people of San Fran
cisco. Mr. Postley is a son of the fam ous
.New York yachtsman, and his
"brklevformerly .a prominent belle of
Saiya.ncisco, as Miss Ethel Cook, is
a daughter of W. N. Cook, of that city.
rains on Maui aur-
:iir this wwk.
: Mrs. M. H. ,.. Mard :-t:tr:i- 1 f:o:n
r tour o: ih :..-.:. iy ih. .-:..ira r
i Mrs. Claim's d'incinir rlass aa l an
unusuaily p! -:u-:nt lim at lu'orss
; hall last. vV'-nin-j-. The aiteri'lanci v.ms
Thf liark Amy Turn r arrival at
Iliio on Taursi'.ay with a full cargo of
;ni"-rhauii.-o from San rranci.se for
HackiVId k Co.
L. A. Thur.-ron is lak from Kihei.
v.iifr can"- is hing i)lantcl. The re-cf-ntiy
insra!!"'! system of irrigation
is doing f if' C-iv- work.
AMERICAN MESSENGER SERVICE.
Masonic Temple. Telephone 444.
A splendid assortment of
chenille and tapestry
TAPESTRY TABLE COVERS
Titivate vour homes for
We cater specially for your
The largest variety of sea
sonable goods ever displayed.
We are the
ll. i Mi Dry Goods Co
TBE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS.
Shares Waialua AG'C'L CO.
Shares HAW'N COMMERCIAL CO.
Shares OAIIU SUGAR CO.
Shares HONOLULU PLANTATION.
ok..ui.WAirrAN SUGAR TO.
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.
4 RESIDENCES at Iwilei. A splen
did investment for the right party.
Property rents for ?50 a month and
can be made to double that. Selling
on account of departure of owner.
1 Fine Large Residence Lot at Ma
kiki, 30C feet on Wilder avenue and ISC
feet on Piikoi street.
Ccr. King & Bethel Sts.
Legal Blank Cabinets
Legal Document Files
WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY.
Agents for the
Office Specialty iMfg Co.
Rochester, N. Y.
JUST THE THING
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iset Kic3, Toilet,
lack Seal Skin, Toi let,
EASE. COMFOBT 4FD DUBAEILITY,
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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 pre
serving. We have
im & FORT STS.
FOR LITTLE ONES.
Don't waste your money on a poor Wheel when
you can get a good one for a low price from
1 312 Fort Street.
4 ( $ j ) 4
NEW YEAR'S GOOD
Jewelry, Gents' Dress Shirts, Silk Suspenders, Neckwear, Etc.
Also a large quantity of Holiday Goods, consisting of
Japanese Fancy Silks, Kimonos, Silk Hand Bags, Pajamas, Fancy
Silk Fans, Porcelain, Lacquer Ware, Etc.
AT PRICES THAT WILL SURPRISE YOU.
Drop in our store and see the Goods, whether you buy or net.
Everybody to call and
examine our new
superb line cf
UP TO DATE !
t Calf, Toii
ALL COMBINED IN ONE.
Ladies' and Children's embroidered
and hemstitched HANDKER
CHIEFS, 25c doz. and upwards.
Men's linen hemstitched HANDKER
CHIEFS, all varieties.
Ladies' fine SILK HOISERY, all col
ors. Ladies' PURSES, FANS.
Ladies' Kid and Silk GLOVES,
Ladies' Silk SCARFS,
The latest in Silk UNDERWEAR.
The latest in PARASOLS and
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 Lac CURTAINS,
RUGS, BLANKETS, eta
NOVELTIES in WORK BOXES,
BRUSH and COMB CASES,
PHOTO FRAMES, MUSIC ROLLS,
Complete iiine or HEN'S FURNISH
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iheo. H , Davies & Co
Merchants and Commission Agents,
Beg to call the attention of the trade
to their complete line of
iiti. n.rt i i
A fine assortment of Kitchen Furnishings.
GRAY AGATE WARE a Specialty
From our large and varied assortment of useful and artistic Xaias gifts
we mention the following:
Ladies' embroidered cotton, two for
Ladies' plain hemstitched, linen,
A large variety in colored border
Dents Kid Gloves, Fall Shades.
Real Battenberg Work, Embroidered Sofa Pillows, Fancy Pincushiona,
Purses nnd Handbags.
MISS M. E. KILLEAN
Has Received PER AUSTRALIA:
A LARGE LINE OF THE VERY LATEST IN
Handsome Feather Boas,
. . . JUST THE THING FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS.
DOLLS, TOYS, CMS.
Fine Art Screens, Portierers,
Silks and Silk Goods, Porce
lain Ware, Lacquer Ware,
Handsome Kimonos, Paia
mas, Rugs, Etc.
ALL KINDS OF SHIRTS!
Don't buy until you have seen our stock.
The goods and prices will suit you.
HOTEL STREET, COR. NUUANU,
Branch Hat Store, - - - Nuuanu Street.
THE UNION GAS ENGINE COMPANY.
Engineers and builders of the "Union" Gas, Gisoiine and Oil Engines, Launches,
-: Pumps, Air Compressors and Heists. :-
OFFICE: 309 HOWARD STREET. SAN FRANCISCO')
I v Advertiser,
25c, four for ?1, three for $1.
.handkerchiefs for children.
White Chamoisskin Gloveo.
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Gas and Gasoline
75 cents a Mo
siolionory ondMorlne llse
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