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I'VENINO niH.LRTlN. HONOLULU, T. H.. TUESDAY, JANUAIIY 9, 190?, I
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For one week only
13 NOW ON
This aale will be the greatest tale In the history of the local
retail butlneti and will offer unprecedented opportunities to ob
tain Muslin Underwear at Sacrifice Prices.
Our Entire Stock Of
DRAWERS and' CHEMISES
Will be closed out at a
Certain lines that we are discarding to make room for new
season's novelties and a quantity of odd lots, will be marked at
prices which will be so low as to be almost unbelievable.
Sale Prices Strictly Cash
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CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA 8TREET8.
MEMBERS OF COMMERCE
CONGRESS TO GET LETTERS
SECRETARY WOOD IS 8ENDIN0
OUT LITERATURE TO ALL
THE8E PEOPLE, 1,000
Secretary IL P. Wood of the Promo
tlon Committee as prepared a lettel
which be Is mailing to ecry member
and delegato of the Tran3-Mlsslsslppl
Commcrco Congress. Tlicro Is about
1000 of these men and they are scat
tered through every stato this side of
ttio Mississippi river. Mr. wood li lin
ed f Is a member of the congressional
committee of the congress. In addition
each will receive Hawaii's literature
giving them any Information they
might desire. .
Ibo letter Is as follows:
"I am Just In receipt of a copy of
tho official proceedings of the last ses
sion of the Trans-MIsslsslppI Congress.
1 deeply regret that It v. as not posslblo
for mo to be present, but having just
tccptccl a call to take charge of pro
motion worK In Hawaii I was naturally
SIBERIA HAS ONE ON
LAVT TRIP TO ORIENT
FRANK E, PIXLEY, COMIC OPERA
MAN. AND HIS WIFE, AND
OTHER8 ARE CON-
During the S. S. Siberia's last trip
from Honolulu to Yokohama a num
ber of newspaper men Issued a paper,
known as "The Siberian ChestnuL"
The following was written by Frank K.
Fixley, author of King Dodo and other
comic operas and Who is writing a mus
leal comedy with the first act In Ho
Tbe poets can sing as much as the;
Of life on the ocean wave,
Uut It all depends.
On the way, my friends.
That the sea and the ship behave.
When the 'skies are clear, and tho sea
I don't mind a trip like this;
Never miss a meal,
And begin to feet,
That I know what pleasure Is.
aulto busy Brcuarlnc for the change.
"Nnt hnvln? liml fhn nlpflniire at
meeting you at Portland and noting Uut when the waves pile up, and the
Wc have just received new supplies of
"Ushers 0. Y. G" .Scotch Whiskey
BUCHANANS "BLACK AND WHITE"
W, C Peacock & Co., Ltd,
1 Fresh Meats 1
; NFrcsh meats required for your daily use, S
C You will find at YEE HOP'S in profuse. Z3
7 he old saying is, the best is cheapest; 3
ZZ Wc have the cheapest, best and freshest. J
Call on us and get your money's worth,
Then with the wise you will have a berth.
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ship gets drunk.
And those meals will not stay down.
How I long for a spot '
In some vacant lot,
Or a garret In any old town.
your address In the report above re
ferred to, I take great pleasure In ac
aualntlnc you with my removal to Ha
waii, and under another cover send you
Illustrated matter descriptive of our
"On February twenty-second next, I The late Captain 8mlth of the Siberia
Washington's birthday, wo will lnaug- had a pup on board that became a great
urate an Annual Mid-Winter Floral favorite among the passengers. , With
Parade, one of the most Interesting reference. to It Mrs. I'lxley lontrlb-
ieaturcs of which will bo scores of na-.u " following to tho paper
tlo women, dressed In the old tlmo rid
ing costume, tho pau.
"It will be the chance of your Ufa
for novel kodak pictures.
"Why not dccldo to make the telp?
"The steamers arc large and comfort
"The seas are smooth.
"The hotel accommodations of Hono
lulu arc excellent.
"Come It you possibly can.
"At any rato when we meet at Kan
sas City In 1900 do not forget Hawaii
"Yours very truly,
"II. P. WOOD, Secretary,
"Hawaii Promotion Committee."
COULD IT BE TRUE
I am a lively little maiden, though uiy
age I will not tell,
Uut I'm old enough to fall In love as
the captain knows full well;
I like to nestle In his arms, and to
kiss his finger tips,
Oh, we while nway some pleasant hours,
upon these ocean trips.
Thr captain knows I love him, though
I've never told him so,
In fact, Ve never said a word; he's
guessed It, don't you know.
I cannot make his jealous, though
sometimes I'o really tried,
And often whn he's sound asleep, 1
flirt upon tho side.
The passengers adoro me, but I show
them nt the start,
That my big and handsome captain,
hns a mortcace on inv htart
He was a dusky Islander from Ha- Of course I know I'm rather small:
wall, and ho hung around the palm I I'm Just a tiny pup;
garden of the Palace Hotel for two Uut when I'm big enough to fight, do
jou think I'll gle him up?
hours endeavoring to get Into com
munication with Assistant Manager
Mullan. Finally he got Into communis Among other contributions was one
cation with Assistant Manager Munan. headed: "Advertisements," and call
"I have a very pleasant Christmas nc attention to n model ship now
surprise for you." ho said, Introducing building. The advertisement read, la
nimseit to Air. .Minion, "you sec, my part:
mother was here at tho Palaco Hotel "We bee to announce tho bulldlnc of
Just n'ycar ago, and sho was greatly a Model Ship, which will be ready for
iascinaieu wun me uig vjnnsimas service by the time passengers on Me
tree you nau in we court at tnei lime. 'Siberia' are ready to return home.
When she returned to Honolulu she Among the advantages the Model Ship
quiio ueciueu in ncr own mina mni win offer, attention Is called to tho fol
she had mado her last wslt to Callfor- lowing: 1. Tho waiters will not bo
ma. lou see, sho Is 71 years of age permitted to wenr night gowns whllo
now. Uut she also made up her mind serving dinner; 2. Tho kitchen and
that If sbo lived to seo another Christ- machinery will be located In the ninth
mas sne wouiu senu you somo presents etory; 3. The olncers will ba seasick
for) our tree. Well, she has not forgot- during bad weathers. Instead of the,
ten, and there is a big consignment passenger, who have paid their money!
aboard the steamer Korea down at tho for a good time; 4. Passengers will b .. .,... ,. ha ..-, ,'..,' ,,,,, " ,,.
Mull .Inolf irvnimlll n,l fn.lt" .,.!. ...I .h. !..... 5 r ..... a 1111111 WUO SIOIO 0 11COU Of IOttUC Ond
-. hv.., .. f .. ..... ..... .w v. 'c, iiiii.i:., uu mc uiiiiKv, u, .unn nil,
"That's very kind and thoughtful," rhlckcns will be !;ppt on bonrd and
stld Assistant Manager Mullan. "Whal fresh milk nnd eygs rerved Also cl
aro the presents?" (tern wnter. Uieakfnst will be un
well, there are n lot of bananas , iiouuceil by tho crowing of roosters. In-
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and Is an essential In every refined home In the land. Under
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iar to those Informed on all literary matters.
Keeping pace with The Metropolitan's literary excellence are Its not
sble art features. Superb reproductions In color, the work of artists of
world-wide reputation, will make Its pages unique. There will be other ex
ceptionally beautiful art contributions In black and white.
What follows Is merely a suggestion of what The Metropolitan Maga
zine coming to you twelve times during 1906 really means.
The best of everything In every department of literary activity and ar
tistic production will be yours. A serial of absorbing Interest and numer
ous short stories and poems, Illustrated In a way that materially adds to
their meaning are In each number.
The Metropolitan Magazine
Twelve times In the next twelve months for One Dollar and Eighty Cents,
or at all newsdealers and booksellers at Fifteen Cents a Copy,
THI8 FINE MAQAZINE 18 GIVEN FREE TO A NEW SUBSCRIBER
TO THE EVENINQ BULLETIN FOR OIX M0NTH8 AT $4.00.
HstKnona The? Are !.
fviusjk Ursa JL
Mrs. Uenham Tho paper tells about
There are imitations, But
Ours is the only GENUINE
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"Oh, ery fine!"
"And plntapples "
"And pol, and Buckling pig
"Huh?" responded Mr. Mullan,
then went bnck and got another, be
ing arrested on tho second trip.
Dunham I'll bet you can't tnnko that
fellow- bellcvo that two hoaiN nro bet
ter than ono. Phlladeluhla UuHctln.
Champ Clark, tho Missouri Con
stead of by beating a gong; 0. When
a ships officer says n witty thing ati
table, convulsing tho ladles about him,!
ho will arise, and repent his remark,
for tho benefit of nlh ns iokes by shlii'ni
iu officers, like bishop's Jokes, aro alwo grossman, lookB upon District Attor
Icood: 7 Horses and buscles will bo ... ... , v.... v.i. . .i, .,..
Ily the way.' said tho dusky Ha provided In whlih passengers may take ,' mnn . tho nomocra.lc nartv "Ho
wallan. "could I borrow half a dollar long.rldes In the surroundlnu country: " SV"," ., p,,J T .. Tl w
fron you until tomorrow?" ChronUlo S The only motion of the Model Ship u llkcly' clark K' t0 8noot 'b
will bo straight ahead, nt sixty mile "W"- tom an olncr men nco"y na
an hour; the roll nnd pitch will bo dlit- prominent In the rnco for tUo Demo
pensed with; 'J. The sailors will bo rratlc Presidential nomination In 1908.
lallroad brakemen and the ships wills- if Jerome attends to his Job and at
Per O. S. S. Sierra, from the Col
onles, Jan. 8. For Honolulu: John tie a locomotive whistle, Instead of the tomD(. to send thoso Insurance men to
prison he will go to tho top Just as
lev eland did." Utlca Press.
W. Neal, Mrs. John W. N'cal. Robert hoarse. variety now In use on the 'SI
J. Richmond, Mrs. Robert J, Richmond, Lerla'; 10. In case thero Is a wrttor of
Kdward Ilcddell, Mrs. Kdward Reddell. comic operas on board the Model Ship,
Through passengers: Harold Ashton, I. he will read his latest work to the pas
Ulrkby, H. Ueatty, Mr. Urunln, Mrs. sengers."
Urunln, Frank D. llrown, Mrs. Frank! '
D. nrown, D. Cllnlon, Mrs. C. W. Coolc.l Close b A 6-cint plate of Icecream. 20.4 In 1005.
The ratio of pauperism In London
has risen from 21.8 per 1,000 In 1890 to
Sldnoy Clcmentson, Mrs. Sidney Clem I '- .' .
entson, George Compere. A. V. Donnel OrOOrJ'OrJ'rOrJKrO0.
Ian. Mrs. A. V. Donnollan. C. Fleming. A
Albert Gran. II. S. Hallct. II. Hill. MUs ft
Jennings, A. Kelly, Mrs. Kelly. Master
neiiy. u. i.ewis, j. Lindsay, Mrs. Geo
. .Muir ami child. Harry Muscrov
ucorgo Mucgrovp, Miss Ninty
,rovo, Miss XellBon. J, F. Pettle,
J. F, Pettle. Miss Nellie Stewart. W
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are built In the mind but a mind Is needed to build a building and the
mind must be that of an architect who understands his profession.
I understand the building of beautiful, modern, artistic buildings and
can verify this statement by showing you the plans of buildings for.
merly erected by me.
W. MATLOCK CAMPBELL
Tclephono White OOI
... ., . tutu, ..i,o .iiiic OLonmi, i .
II. Stuckey, Ii D. Tupper, Miss Wllland, Y
I esllo Wood, O. C. Wolker, Miss I. Uar- ,K
ringion, it. nooin, ueo. w. crceuoii, o
Ilooth. Geo. W. Crcedou.
Miss R. Cohen. Miss Ada Dell. IMward ft
Davidson, Miss M, Gray, Henry Hughes,
Mrs. Henry Hughe, II. I.owe, Mr 1 aw X
ran. a f IK... AIh trnt III.. C3l.. I'
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woon. Master Sherwood. Mr. Sherwood,
Mr. Slatterly, I). Street, W 8. Smith, N
Mrs. m. smith, F. Tozer, Miss Ii
cox, .Mr, Young.
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It will not create very much surprlso
that tho gang has been able to Induce
Josoph II, Foraker to come to its res
cue. He represents Machlno politics
of tho most pronounced type. Ho
product of tbo Cincinnati Machine,
which ranks with tho Machlno In this
city and Tammany Hall, Of tho three
Tammany Is the most amenable to pub
lie sentiment, becauBo it occasionally
gets beaten when It Is too bad. Tho
Philadelphia and Cincinnati Machines
have not been checked in their of fon
slvcness by an uprising of mora senti
ment. Tho Machlno here is going lo
bo, and some time tho Cincinnati Ma
ihine may have a llttlo decency ham
mered Into It by defeat. Philadelphia
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