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Corner Merchant and Nuunnu 8t. P. O. Box 9T9.
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FROM CHINA AND JAPAN
Beautiful Silk Crepes in all the new sfiades
Sheer Pine Apple Silk, 36 inches wide ; Ladies'
Japanese Silk Shopping Bags ; Hand Embroidered
and Hand Drawn-work, Grass Linen, Table Covers
Table Centers, Bureau Scarfs, Tray Cloths, Doilies,
Handkerchiefs, Etc., Etc. ::::::
New designs in Hemstitched and Urawn-work Pillow Cases
and Sheets to match, i sheet and 2 pillow covers in a box.. .
SOnETHINd NBW in fancy, Silk Sofa Cushions, in
Oriental Effects, which must be seen to be appreciated.
Ribbons KSLXE Ribbons
We have a good assortment of popular priced handkerchiefs
In plain narrow H.S., fancy scollaped and lace borders.
Also an elegant range of patterns and designs In fine hand
kerchiefs trimmed vith Maltese Point Lace and Mechlin!. aces
Here are the Names
of the little girls in the lead for the Handsome Doll we will
give away December 33rd.
Alma Ferguson, Fort St 36 votes
Violet Atherton, 706 King St 28 "
Pearlie Kekumano, Vineyard St.... 26 "
Ruth C. Soper, Lunaiilo St 18 "
Alice Moore, Green St 18 "
Ellen Johnson, Honolulu SoapWorks, 10 "
EloiseWicnman, King& Victoria Sts 10 "
Mabel Kemble, 1909 Punchbowl St.. 8 "
The last day of voting will be Saturday Niglat 10:00
o'clock, December 21st.
Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
We bare flow a Urge stock of the
above on band.
CEMENT ROOFING afford! thor
ough Are protection to the building
and Is a non-conductor of heat and
No rusting, decaying, warping,
cracking or melting; always flexible,
quickly and easily applied.
Pure water flowing from the root
can be used for domestic purposes.
Can be applied on old shingles or
metal roof. Wind and Are proof. For
flat or steep surfaces.
We solicit your enquiries and will
promptly furnish any Information desired.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
Itito ty DfttU it Sinford, Stvt viV.
MRS. THEODORE SUTRO.
'J'liC i1lctlliiii xliirlul I . .Mr. IIimim-vcII'h iisKcitlcin lli.it Sinn, If lolj
expended, wis i'IiiiiirIi In imri'liioi-11 ruliliimlilc wiudmlii' for n jeurV venr
lui Inti'it'xtril many lenders of Xrw Ymk mclety. Miiny of these litillii,
miiiiiu: tin-in Jhx. 'I licnilore Siiliu. luivc 11 greet I with tin- pie-dilcnt' wire,
while other Iium- (lei l.'ircil Mint Mam wiik wholly liiiiili'iiint( rr the imrpoHO.
Mis. Siilrn I llnleil fur her elegant lo-Oumes illnl pinli.ibly Immw lie;- uigu
liient on tlu-ory nilhcr tluin pia.lu.
HILO IS VERY ANGRY
OYER WHARF CHARGES
Tribune Suggests Plans for Raising
Revenue Volcano Road Toll
Gate The ' Canoe,
GRAND REMOVAL SALE
For one week only commencing Sat
urday, November IB, our entire stock
will be offered at reduced prices on
account of removing to Robinson Blk,
Hotel street, on Saturday, November
23. Give us a call and convince your
self of our low prices.
14 Hotel Street, near Nuunnu.
llllo. Dec. 13. The merchants of
llllu will hi'ur wllli feelings ot chagrin
the, news ot tlio holiday order from
Honolulu iecelcd by Harbormaster
Fitzgerald that nil freight hereafter
entering llllo liny must pay a wharf
age foil of lu cents per ton.
When tho Hoilcrlck Dim of the. Mat
von lino wns ready tn discharge her
(hi go upon her last arrival, II. T.
Guard, maunder of the line, was noti
fied that wharfage ot 10 cents per ton
ton on tho cargo would lie charged
by the Territorial Government. A bill
was presented to him for that amount,
which he received but did not pay. iln
fcrwarded It to Captain MatBon at Sau
Francisco as a Christmas souvenir.
Captain Matson will probably frame It
and hang It up In his head office as a
memento of the encouragement given
by tho officials of the 'territory to In
dependent shipping lines between the
Mainland and other Hawaiian ports
The approximate total tonnage ot
fietght brought to llllo merchants by
tne .Matson line during the past twelve
months was 60,000 tons. Other vessels
and other line probably brought as
rrucn more. The lu cents wliarrngu
charge on this olumo of business
amounts to a tax of $1k.u0O upon llllo
merchants. It must either be deduct
ed from their profits or It must come
out of tho pockets ot the consumer.
If there were Territorial wharves in
llllo harbor this new edict would bo
open to no objection, 'the order cov
ers all freight entering Hllo bay. Till
covers consignments of enrgo whlcL
are lightered from tho vessels at an
chor to the private wharves at Papal
l'.ou, five miles away. It applies to
cargoes of lumber which are unloaded
Into tho water and towed ashoro
through the surf like so much flotsam
to lumber yards on the beach.
Wharf e liaises for vessels lu llllo
Them Is ono little boat landing,
largo enough to permit one scow along
side, and then tho swaying Klnaa 1
platform, sometimes called a wharf-
DOUBTFUL IF KALUA
HAS LANDED PA1AI
Dr. Mouritz Considers the Transporta
tion System for Settlement Has
t;, irfei&w A jiJaJiwZm
1 fc STOMACH &
When you have pains In tho back
and are unable to sleep, your Itliluess
are weak. Heed these danger signals.
u) Kiting nature liie uiu nue requires.
The best medicine to do this It Hos
teller's Stomach Hitters. Try It for
Indlgcstloni dyspepsia, constipation,
liver and kidney troubles, or malaria.
OurPrlvate Die Stamp Is over the neel:
of tho bottle.
the Lights ! !
Why continue, to use kerosene
lamps and other poor Illuminators
when at a small cost wo will in
stall n perfect light In your homeT
There never was n light that
R.io the satisfaction of tho Incan
descent n soft, brilliant and
steady llcjit, nlnayn ready for
use; no dirt, smoke or smell.
Call and have a talk with us
about lights, or ring us up Tel.
Main 390. Wo will glvo you an
estimate on all costs.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
King Htrccti ncin Alnketi.
II ROUTE j
ONLY IWIM ONE:
Dr. A. Mouritz, government phst
clan on the leeward side of Molokal.
Ij over from .Molol.nl to attend th
trial of the Knmalo Sugnr Company
case. He was asked this mornlmt
whether he knew anything about the
supply ot pot to the Settlement.
"I do not think they have enough,"
was tho reply, "It Is safe to say that up
to date no pol has been lauded.
"I have fceen patat for the Settle
ment lying on the beach at Walalua,
Molokal, for two weeks. Now, you
know It sours In two days. I'alal la'tliu
form In which the supply of pol Is fur
nished. "Judge Kulita Is, I understand, get
ting some palal for his contract from
Maul. It looks to me, though, as If
somn Influence, Is at work to upset the
Dr. Mouritz would not be surprised
to find that the stlpklng of tho palal
carrying schooner feWnlulua nt tho
lighthouse was not aboo suspicion.
He says the whole Settlement trans
portation system has been disgraceful.
The deprhatlon of the natUes nt the
Settlement of their accustomed food
tended to arouse piejudlce ngalnitt the
policy of begregatlou.
General'Merchandlse. Dt-y Goods, Groceries.
.Japanese Provisions, etc.
UAGOON BLOCK, MERCHANT STREET.
F . O. BOX 886 !lvaJL23. 2IR
BIQ HOLIDAY STOCK OF TOYS.
Many new Stayles Table Covers, Embroidered both of Grass Linen and
Embroidered Piano Covers, Silk Handkerchiefs, Etc.
. Heavy Pongee Silk and White Silks, Victoria Lawn, India Lawn and
Laces of all kinds. New stock of Swiss Embroideries.
DRY .GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
1 I M
P. O, BOS99S. Til. ll.
-XWTJXTGr WO CHAN
THE OLDEST CHi. SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dttltii Is Flat Silk u4 Grill Llmni. Chlnti tnl Jifuix Good! ol All Klclt.
HORNBR DIDN'T HOLD UP.
llllo, Dec. 13. I-nst Saturday night
Albert Horner was driving homo in n
buggy from a trip up In thu hills. He
was passing along u road through 3
dark placo In the forest when suddenly
there emerged from the bushes thrco
Porto Itlcans, the lender grabbing tho
reins and at the same tlmo calling on
him to throw up his hands. Horner
saw a second bandit by the front wheel
at his right and a third one approach
Ink from behind. Without a word ho
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Washington, Dec 4. The report of
the lsthmlnn Canal .Commission ai
elit to Congress today. The Com
mission, as anticipated seeral weeks
ago, favors the Nicaragua route, and
makes an estimate of lS9,Si;i,002 as
the total cost ot construction of tho
ranal through Nicaragua, The estlmnt
cd cost of the Panama route is Mil."
"3.1.3;$, but, tho leport says, it would
cost tlO'J.1 11,000 to obtain the I'anam.'i
dimension. The Commission allies
tho work done nt 110,000,000, The r-
port says the Panama route Is feasible
as a ?ea-iecl canal, while the Nlca
lagua route must be by locks, but like
Nicaragua will furnish nn Inexhaunl
hie supply of water for the ranal.
The Nleaiagun route has no natural
harbors nt cither end. but satisfactory
hnrbors may be constructed. HathoM
already exlit nt each end of tho Pana
ma route, but considerable work must
be done at the entrance of tho harbor
on the 'Atlantic side. With adequat"
force and plant tho Commission esti
mates that the Nicaragua canal can bo
computed In six years, exclusive of two
years for preparation. Ten cars H
estimated to complete the Panama.
The total length of the Nicaragua
route Is 1S3.C'', miles and tho Panam.J
route 49.09 miles. The estimated cost
of operating nnd maintaining the Nic
aragua canal annually Is Jl.n.'O.OOO
greater than that of the Panama canal.
The estimated time for deep draught
essels to pass through the Panama
canal Is twelve hours, and through th(
Nicaragua canal thirty-three hours.
The Nicaragua route, tho report says.
Is more advantageous for commerce
iwii that originating on the west
coafct of South America. For the Gulf
ports the advantage ts two da, and
for most of the ports on the Atlantic
and Pacific one day. The Njcaragun
route Is said to be better for falling
vessels on account ot f.norlng winds.
Hygienic conditions also favor Nica
Tho Commission sa.is tho United
States should acquit u control of a strip
of territory ten miles wido from sea
to sea through which to build tho ca
nal. The consent of Nicaragua and
Costa Klcn must be obtained to con
struct the ranal. but the report snysl
mis can easily be secured, ine con
cessions granted by thp Colombian
Government tn the Panama Canal
Company bate many years tn run, and
new concessions cannot be granted to
the United Statu.
(leorge S. Morrison, a member of the
Commission, submits a minority report
favoring thu Panama route. He says
tho estlrliates for the Nicaragua canal
do not make sufficient provisions for
unknown conditions and contingencies;
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Fish fl
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton.
f Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
FOR 8ALB AT
The Metropolitan Market, Kin? St., Tel. 4;.
The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St.. Telephone 104.
The Connoisseur Likes the Best Only.
He GctH the HcHt,
vthen lie hdects
MOET and CHANDON'S
of which n new Hhlpmcnt conHitttln of
Quiti-tH nnd Pints luive JuHt been re
ceived by ---
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Sole Aftcnttt, Hawiilliin Territory.
and maintained by tho prodigal liber-
hand, striking his horse with tho lash
and at thu same time lauding hi)
OAHU CARRIAGE MF'G CO., Ltd. Y4 1
1179 River Street.
Bet. Bcrctnnla and Pnunhl.
Tel. Blue S4I.
P. O. Box 878.
Jobber Tires pat on in Satis
Fine Carriages, Wagons ail
TmCkS. Repair Work a
All orJcrs promptly attended to.
Only competent help employed.
THE ORIENTAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., LTD.
J. P. McCOY, President,
CAPITAL STOCK $500,000.00.
Tho only Insurance company In th o world issuing policies in both tka
ENGLISH and CHINESE languages.
Policies contain all modern advantages or the endowment and oth.i
forms Issued by the leading American companies.
Governed by the safest Insurance systems. The pioneer Cklnese-AmsrV
TEL. MAIN 79.
HOME OFFICE, 301-302 Stangtnwald Building, Honolulu, T. H.
nlity of. tho ofllclal rim; nt Honolulu
Those JmazlngttliarfaBofacJlltesnro((.(,11(.,ie(1 8l , 10 ,1U. ,)f , man
QU IJl'l ll'll
Postage on the Bulletin's special In
dustrial edition Is three cents to all
parts of the States.
THE EVENING BULLETIN
THE OLDEST HAWAIIAN DAILY PAPER
a mondiki ro Aoviamtits Jtjtjtjtjtjtjljt
Weekly Bulletin, $1.00 pep year
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tho Ineiedlbly Bliorf tlmo ot two '' wheel toppled backward us If
weeks. Tho warerooms on this euuou , kicked by a mule, fliu stnrtled horsa
Iniidlug are an commodious as to hold , leared and broke from the Krasp of tho
ten (Irayloads of trcinlit, and loom is. man at Its head and sped along tho
so nbiindant that tho merchants mo road leaving tho three i'orto lllcain
given oh miicli as twelve and some. tl, n-orpmi nt tlielr iilensure.
frelRht " ' ! Mr- Hor"cr l,"u,e n" re"ort ,)f ,hc
Wharfage or 10 eentH a ton- Tl.ero ' n;"tu'r l",t1llc I'"'''", '' "''l "
are no wharves except prlvutu wharves nble to I'lentfy his assailants. 1 rr
nn this Island. Ibuue.
Cnptnln Matson. tnreo years ago. !'il!MWWWfWKf;WWWaW W
spent $5000 Mil building a private I ,. . , ,.
wharf on tho Walakea river above the .waling n measures for tho eiicour
point where it empties Into the bay. aR?m,c,1 "' "1,"'',ln'! at m a'"1 tno
Ho has built vast warehouses which lupbulldlngof tho town. Tlu) next
nreommoilato tho growing shipping of Picture, diop In another nickel, would
this city. So far as tho Matson lino Is Bllow tho editor or tho Advertiser, re
concerned, no wharfage Is charged to,l",lr1lnR thirty mllen of tho oknno
shippers or consignees. Tho ralo Is,0'1 at P'-r mile. Another pic
$3 per ton for freight from San Kran-turc. another nickel, would Bhow
Cisco and 00 cents per ton lighterage. P'"-'88- Hoydvand Campbell In tho act
It 10 cents must be paid to Honolulu "' 'i. "ii i
for wharfugo on cargoes coming to Provcments necessary on tho Island of
U In. t lit, run will nt nnrnuallv hn tnveil . iiuwan. iiiuuiiu
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
I THE BULLETIN
to llllo merchants nnd ennsumurs.
This order should bo followed by
another ono lovylng Tenltorlnl tolls
for crossing bridges that aro closed.
Kces should bo collected Irom every
trump, boat or vessel that comes with
in ten miles of thu Island of Hawaii.
A toll gate should bo erected over tho
Volcano load and two lilts charged
for ovcry velilclo tnat passes over that
faultless turnpike. Nickel In the slot
machines, with revolving cylinders
and stereoscopic eye glasses, should
bo put up on nil tho vacant walls ot
this city, showing pictures of tho oftV
clals in various striking attitudes, For
n nickel, wiih h would go to tho fund
lor building streets and parks in Ho
nolulu, Hlloltes rould sen a picture ot
Throat Kore? There's no telling what
a sore tlnont will do If you give It
"right of way," Uncertain remedies of
ten cause dangerous delay. Mnke a euro
sure with I'AIN-KIU.KU. known for
half n century as a specific for soro
throat, croup, coughs, and all kindred
troubles. Keep It by joii for nn emer
gency. It never falls. Avoid substitutes,
thcro Is bin one I'nin-Iuller, Perry Da
vis', Price 25c. nnd 50c.
Ono pleasing feature of tho election
Tuesday Is the prominence It gives
Editor Henry Watterson as a noma
craltc possibility lu litol. With the
solid voto of nil tho nnii-mllilury colo
nels behind him ho would be linln-
Governor Dolo In nn attitude, showing clblu. St. Paul Globe.
how to run a Terrltoiy without mon
ey. Tho next plcturo. diop lu another
nickel, would be a lifelike representa
tion of 'the Gou-rnor's Cabinet ilcllb-
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the newsstands. Price 25 cents.
Rwli'lM Reaping the grain ' I
W B VI i Km wlm Nob,e whukey is dis,,llcd- I
&S A f i 4jk ' IJjJt Nothing but the finest grade of corn or
HffiiXn:lTi1 MVMM rye is used.
HEj VlS WXWU That is why it has been the leader all over
BRwv lf ' ) wvjSl the world for ovcr sevcn,y yea"' I
W.mWfYB Wli I'M' JaMII u w ;iu "o"" """ "" a- hi
mmlJi&Jf i r'o-iiC ZJt .Jr;r5s!i ii u pure anu iiunt. wn
WJSSL &JJ 'IflM' V0!lmM A great aid to .digestion. ffl
Slil! Ww X ''iSSm An idca' appetizer. H
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W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD., Sole Agents
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