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BVJJKTNQ ugiJ.UHNl HONOLULU.. Hi I.. MONDAY, DliCHMMM jl, .
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IN LAKUE VAMIttV
IIIkK and cilv.ml'fJ, In tny letigllii
V inch to "i huh thick.
UHton's militm big supply on hind.
Palma nnd Oils
MtnlU And Slsil (mm V Inch to 6
Kiel Plows and BrenlclnR flows.
Fort St., opposite Spreckcl Bnk.
- Ktr, r.i fit w w r. ?. .v. & w st w ;.
W uncoated roofs
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Columbia Phonographs and Records!
A NEW INVOICB
;i, . BlanK Books
" We can suit you In
v SIZE, QUALITY and PRICE.
FLAT OPENINa BOOKS
"XXjr3Ll.l.sTVlcTcLOl.m Oo., Ltd.
PALE LAGER and
PREMIUM PALE BEER
are brewed by the
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n., St. Louis.
FOR SALE BY
H. HACKFELD &C0., Ltd.
v 1 , Sole Agcnta for the Hawaiian Inlands.
"We.T77"&tc:b. TTsTliil Tou Sleep
BbVV'ER'S MERCHANT PATROL AND
'CONFIDENTIAL AQENCY ::::::::
StlUfet Watchnu furnished torttortt ndproptrty.
u4 coDfidtQtlit work ot all lorn.- -.1
Office Room 4 Model Block
THE EVENING BULLBTiN
' TB T,IE OLOr-ST HAWAIIAN DAILY PAPER
A KIONLUKD I OS AUVIRIISCBS Jt jt Jt Jt Jt k J Jt
There Is In store (or )nn
at (lie NEW ENGLAND IIAKEttY
Delicious Mince, Cream
and other flawed pics
Same as your Mother
used to make.
Doughnuts that are the talk of the
town because everybody wants them.
And a full line of pastry for the
Holidays made fresh every day.
Come and see us at
J. Oswald Luttcd,
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Cooling Compound J
I have pninted several large Iron jj
Wareliouses here in Honolulu with w
your "ARABIC" Roof Cooling Com-
pound, and am pleased to say It is t
giving the very best of satisfaction. j
It preserves the Iron from rust, is v;
most durable, and keeps it cooler jj
by 15 degrees. I have had 20
years experience as a painter, 5
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ycur licit; 111 nuiioiuiu, .iiiu 1 ihivl- v,
yet to find as good a paint as the V
"ARAulC" for Iron Roofs.
' Yours very truly,
W. R. RILEY
a & is ii a is is is is ?
ables and Chairs.
In Tho Lutoat DchIjjik.
and Hand Lamp.
But City nlaitncM lojnlitii). DtUctlw
I. O. UOX 284.
LOCAL AND fiLNERAL
Amhtnfltlr sufferers flnl the trmril
fool wrather a relief
Mi Hllllmitri did not remain at 1 1 Hi
I fite lit switifl tut-lit h twttwr itf fit ft I
town mm in- mm.
Th thrfiniiindfr ymlt-tilny irmtii.
Iiik ilnipioil down (o $f. Thl In irctl;
iiihl weather lor lliinnlutu
The Charter tVtninlttrr tif the ln
ileiifiiclent iPiitly meel WeilnemlAy
rxnlnR. Item! tlui nutlec nrnler Nstr
Nutlce 'if iHoeolntlon n( the partner,
hip heretofore existing hetw.'en I'. II.
Ilnrnelln nnd Hlmpfton Decker npiioim
imiter New Today.
The I'orttiRtiefte Uhor colony llinl ar
rhed In the itemnci Wnrrlmoo hnx
been Inmleit nfe and sound nt t.thuc.
It Is couMdcrcd n tfmA lot of people.
.Mrs. (I. W. It. King returned home
In the Hllhet nlth health ltnprocd
from rcernl months In California. Hho
coincH acrotnp.mled by Ml" (Jnlnt, n
frlentt frohi O.ikhmd.
Yesterday the Maul broke tho recor.t
In placing COOO bags of mpar Into Mm
hold of the Oljmplc. The nignr waul
handled In slings of fifteen bags at J
time, not a bag being lost.
An advantage In buying a piano 011
the Installment plan Is that ninny peo
ple do nut hne enough money at one
time to get a good Instrument, and b
pa) Ing tis n little each month tho piano
Is) ours. The llergstrom Music Co.
An nttempt to hold the annual meet
ing of the Trustees of the Sailor'
Home Society this morning failed fr
lack of n quorum. There were only bIx
members, when there should have ben
ten, present. Another time la to beset
nnd ten trustees pledged1 to, the appo'nt
The American bark rtoderlck Dhu
and the bark Amy Turner hae arrived
nt llllo from San Kranclsco. The lat
ter vessel beating tho Roderick D'ui
by four days. Considerable Interest
vn;mnnlfeBtcd In llllo over tho nrrl
val of the two essele and eonsldernbls
money has changed hnniW over tho re
sult of the passage of the vessels.
Heavy Electric Motors.
It Is Interesting to look ahead and
seeculate upon the probable equipment
of the trains that will be used in thu
rapid transit subway now under con
struction In New York. Whllo thf
equipment of the ordinary street or
trolley rnllway car has been practically
standardized for several years, that ot
larger and heavier ears Is still tho Held
for much invention, nnd many im
procment8 nre being made in motors
and other parts of It. I'robably by
the time the tunnel road Is ready for
Its cars tho nholo method of con
structing and operating Mich heavy
electric railways will have undergone
11 change, ,1'rescnt indications point to
a radical change In the substitution of
the alternating for direct current on
the line and the use ot Induction mo
tors of extreme simplicity on the cart.
These motors possess many points of
decided advantage oer the direct cur
rent machines now In general use on
railway cars, among them tho absence
of the complex structure called a com
mutator, and ot all sliding, contact
which are liable to wear nnd destruc
tive sparking. Soar th(a only dim
cutty that has prevented their general
adoption on electric railways of the
heavier rlass Is that encountered In
stnrtlng the motors, but It seems likely
that means to obviate., this will be
found n the near, future. In Italy a
notablexllne ot railway running along
the east shore of the Lake ot Como.ls
now being equipped with an alternate
Ing current system, 'whlch''wlll handlo
heavy freight and passenger trains on
"Well, Lydla nlwajs said she would
marry a heM, you know."
"Yes. Did she stick to her resolu
tion?" "She Is engaged to ,a man who has
faced death hundreds of times.."
'Goodness! 'Is he a soldier or a sail
"No, an undertaker." Chicago
Fine Job Printing at
New Year's Bill !
A Change by AH
Best Vaudeville Orchestra
In Ameiica. m
US, no nnd 7Bc.
6nturduy Mutinee 25c.
LOCAL AND (JLNLffAL
Ihn ship flinndarri left this nmrnlhit
for I'ltgi't sound In 1'nllnM.
Take it ride on the elerttle cars up'
l'sdrtc llelghtf. l"Ble f. cents.
Thern are scural letters 'n IM.
ntllre for "A. II." In nnsfc to iit nd
Tlic llobert Hnddrn ai Ijlng At the
firry dock yetterdsy with a Itud nl
Trrnsury diiillrnte warrant No. 1H
has been lost, Keo Ily Authority ceil
dinars, A Co. enn now be found on
Alnkea street between King and Mer
chant. A Columbia racer practically new Is
offered for sale nt a bargain. Hoc ad In
For Sale column.
An unfurnished house nt 12 rooms or
moro Is wanted by n reliable party He?
ad In Want column.
There arc letters waiting In this
office In answer to want ads fjr M M.,"
"A.." "X." nnd "A. N."
Hnchs' storo .will remain open tills
evening "New Year's 12ve." but will
bo closed all day tomorrow.
Hco If II, Ilurncttc, rail cstato bro
ker and collector, 39 King street for
bargains. In lands, leases, etc.
Spasmodic attempts at recruiting Jn
pnneso labor In town for the planta
tions have been made within a shor.
time past but with poor results.
Tho Warner Ventilating Cushhn
Shoe Is the proper shoe for this ill
mate. All men shouM wear them.
Manufacturers' Shoo Co., ngeiiU.
Tho Zcalnndla Is due hero on Tuen-
day from tho Coast with four d.iy
later news. No doubt she will brltift
her usual largo list of passengers nnj
Thcro Is quite a fleet of csscls
scheduled to leavo tho harbor this
afternoon, thcro being ,'no Ichs thin
four freight carriers, three for fUa
Pranclsco and one for the, Hound.
Hyan & Demant invite their friends
and the public to the opening of thu
New I'ncoro saloon, northwest corner
of Nuuanii nnd Hotel streets, New
Tho outlet of the 30-lnrh roncrelf
storm sewer Is being laid ct tho boat
landing at Drewer's wharf nnd will ex
tend along Queen to Kort street to tnko
tho stoim wnters coming donn that
Tho Hammer plate Is the only photo
graphic dry plate that will keep In
definitely In a warm climate.. It does
not frill or spot and is quicker than
lightning. .Tho HONOLULU PHOTO
SUPPLY CO.. sole agents.
The Ilrltlsh war vessel Icarus whUh
has been lying In the harbor lor n
week has departed ngnln supposedly
for her periodical cruise among tho
South Sea Islands. Trom all that ran
bo ascertained she has gono to tho
Fanning Islands ostensibly to select a
location for tho Ilrltlsh Pacific cable
and also to tako soundings.
Tho latest ruling of ths War De
partment that uo Chinese shall he cm
p!o)cd on transports owned by the gov
ernment has been the menu of fur
nishing employment to many .iiierl
clins. The steamer Coptic on
her recent voyage from San Francisco
to tho Orient had on board th? Chlneso
crow of tho Hancock who wcrs being
returned to China after reci'vlng their
The opening of tho Japanese theater
at Iwllel was the occasion for n street
pageant during tho noon hour. The
long lino ot public hackB was prccedd
by a large coverod wagon containing
tho female members ot the theatrical
combination, that will delight tho aver
ago Japanese, audience. Tho ladles
wcro playing musical Instruments
while cherry blosoms bedecked each
vehicle In line.
The American barkentine Irmgard
In charge of Captain Schmidt arrived
laBtovcnlng and docked at the end of
Drewer's wharf. She was 23 das In
making tho trip from San Franclrco
and experienced heavy seas and un
favorable winds. She, brings a cargo
ot general merchandise consigned to
F. A. Scbaefcr & Co. and aUo two pii-
sengcrs. Miss Johnson and Mr, llllo-
j;lav. AH possiblo speed will bo mado
In discharging her cargo.
OUR ART DEPARTMENT !
Is showing a larger and more beautiful assortment of Articles for Presents than ever before.
Newest De8lgn8 In Pillows, Linen
MKAI . ACF
- sV ssb a sy mm a
Collars, Handkerchiefs and Scarfs,
A Beautiful Line of New
Is as well stocked as ever,
Your Needs Are Our Study 1
our greatest of all shoes, The "HANAN" make.
Hanan has Just sent us his latest, The "EMPEROR"
a Business Shoe, a Dress Shoe, and a Sunday
McINERNY SHOE STORE,
4 & Marsh, Ltd.
Ladies Neckwear, Handkerchiefs, Sterling Silver
Novelties, Silk Waists, Silk Petticoats, Men's
Neckwear, Umbrellas, Fans, Purses, Shop
ping Bags, Silk Glove's, Kid Gloves,
Combs, Hair Ornaments, Ribbons, Silk
Underwear, Golf Capes, Separate
Skirts, and Thousands of Other
Novelties. Popular Prices.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
517 PORT STREET
A Prosperous New
'E TRUST we have contributed in no small way to.
wards the happiness of
chased at our store.
.After extenJInc; cordial greetings of thefestle
season, we desire to thank our customers and
friends for their patronage during the pat
year, and hop' we are deserving of favorable
consideration In the future.
W. W. DIMOND & CO., Ltd.
Importcpa of Crockery. GIuhk and
House Furnishing Goods.
NOS. 53, 55 AND 57 KING ST., HONOLULU.
The New Century-Is At Hand !
by a Oood Dinner.
Table Fruits, Preserves, Nuts and Raisins, Sliced
Peaches and Cream, are a few of the requisites
of a Good Dinner, on sale.
I End of the Century Presents j
and centers, Pin Cushions In Great Variety.
iLvirtL. - uir 10 run ivvun ttiylq,
Silks, Silk Crepon and Embroidered Dress Patterns in Exclusive
Our Toy Department '
and we would esoecia v mention
Clock Work Railways. Trollies
YOU NEED FIT,
YOU NEED SERVICE.
s33sWe combine all these in
Year to Everybody !
the recipients of gifts pur
Table and Tea Cloths
Ladies' Bows, Fichus,
j. .j r;n. c .it M-
in cmuroiaerea oiiks, oomeining incw.
and Unridht Engines.
Coyne Furniture Co;
Fort and Boretania Streets.
8(H)A POUNTA1N IN ENGLAND!
United States Consul Hnlstrad wrllj
lug from Illrmliighnm. Lng., says:
In a window ot a chemist's shopl
(drug store) in tho Grand Hotel Ulocfcfl
on Colmoro Row, Ulrnilngham, there!
his been for two months a sign onran
American soda fountain ndertislng va-
rloiib totlas nnd phosphates. The foim
tiiln has been n striking success. TbJ
proprietor Is nn enterprising rauuinbo
Is ready to try new things. Following
tlui installation of the fountain c.-uno
hot wtnther, end ono day he sold
on thousand glasses ot various flavors:
on other 1uh, b! or hoi en hundrcl
glares; nnd von during recent i-odlcr
weather there has been a profltabls
The winter uso of tho soda founUrafi
having been explained, ho expects top
Jiiiiu up n not-uccr-tca, not ciam juice
(It he can get tho clam Juice), andM
soda tonics trade. It was not possible ii
to Introduce Ico cream gpda this sua- 9
mer, owing to the small slzo or. the
shop. Doctors called and denounced
tno uso of sodn water, fearing harmfal
cflects from the dangerous Ice-cold
liquid, and then took it themselves, Jus,
as they do at home.
The success of this fountnln Is nn-
other Indication of the growth ot thtt
l"c habit In England. Colmore Row
is a great thoroughfare, but It Is not as
likely a place for a soda water fountala '
ai r. crowded Now BtretL It seems
thnt an American soda fountain syndi
cate has taken up tho matter of the In
ti eduction ot soda water fountains, la ;,
IJnglnnd nnd Is determined to, and win. ? J
sjiccced. They offered InducemcnisMzM
this BUinmer In prices, etc., to anyone,
. . m
in nn urltlsli city who would put la
the llrst fountain, and a number afft
cltted havo them now In successful
Where Women Vote. ,"
From the most exclusive neighbor-'
hoods of Capitol Hill, In Donvcr, U.
the reilm of vlco near the river, Ui
women turned out In swarms to vote.
Tho polls opened at 7 o'clock, at whlci
time, the laboring men could stop ao-1
hastily cast their ballots beforo report
ing at those shops which remained
open. But tho women were strictly on
deck, too. They woro their silks sad
diamonds, and many wero driven br
pompous coachmen. Maybe ther be
lieved tho Influence of nrlstocracr
would sway the sentiment of tho poor
er class. Others wero brought In Car
riage hired by campaign managers,
for there were no less thnn SOo vehicles
ot all descriptions in special commis
sion. The principal thing was "to get the
women out." It waB done. Within tire
hours, In many precincts, moro voter
exercised their franchise than were c
tho registration rolls of two years be
fore. Even one vote was precious is.
tho hotly waged contest. Lesllefe"
with real lace borders
Etc., in endless choice
r aii - a
10 sun au rurposes.;
Billiards. Steam '
Etc.. Etc. -"
E. W. JORDAN,
No. 10 FORT BTRBETi