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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, November 10, 1906, 2:30 O'CLOCK EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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rVENWO BtJLtKTIN. HONOLULU. T I!.. SATURDAY NOV 10. 1906.
PRICES BELOW COST IN
MANY ITEMS, AND IN NO
INSTANCE Af30VE COST,
J all good quality
6lzWx90, regular 80c SPECIAL 75
8lz 81x90, rt gular 85c 8PECIAL 70
Sit 72x90, rtflular 80c SPECIAL G5p
Slia 03x90, ragular75c SPECIAL JO
8li 64x90, regular 00c SPECIAL 50
Cotton Staples On Sale
Monday, Tuesday anil Wednesday
INDIAN HEAD, 33 Inches wide Regular 15c SPECIAL 10
WHITE DHILLINO Regular 12ic OPECIAL 10c
LONSDALE SHEETINO Regular 12!!,c OPECIAL !()
LONSDALE CAMBRIC .., Regular 15c SPECIAL 12i'
CRE8CENT CAMBRIC Regular 12",'jC .'..; SPECIAL JOrt
BERKELEY CAMBRIC Regular 10c SPECIAL lli'i,
HOPE COTTON Regular 12l,ic , SPECIAL 8 1 ,r
AUTOMOBILE COTTON Regular 12&C SPECIAL 10f
ANY WOMAN WILL RECOG
NIZE THEM AS 8UCH.
10-1 Sheeting! reg. 35c,
SPECIAL 30 A YD.
8-1 Sheeting: reg. 30c,
SPECIAL Urj A YD.
M Shrrtlnrj, ,r?ij, ."Oc,
SPECIAL "Of A YD.
12.00 quality.. SPECIAL $2.00 doz.
J2.75 quality. . . .SPECIAL $2.25 cJoi.
2J- THREE DAYS ONLY.
A. B L 0 M, KLSS- .
of people, who want to Bell Homos,
l. Who WON'T sell, unless they DOU.
BLE THEM MONEY;
2. Who HAVE to sell at HALF COST.
Here arc a few Uargalns for you of
No. 2 kind t havolu offer:
6501 bedr. '60 x-lSO Knpahulil
$ 8002 bedr. 7G,x ISO I'lliuiul
I130O 3 bedr. 75 x 150 Puunul
113003 bedr. 60 x 130 Kukul St. Ext.
$13003 bedr. CO x '100 Uullck Ave.
$27604 bedr. 50 x 90 Klnau St.
830004 bedr. 4 acres I'alolo
135007 bedr. 170 x 200 Kaiuehamcha
84500 11 bedr. 76 x 160 Young St.
4 Houses on Hoiith Corner of Kurt and
School St. as u whola or In lots.
$204 bedr. Young St.
$20 I bedr. Matlock 'Ave.
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY ILDQ. 74.8. KINO STREET.
The Alameda urrhed from San Fran
elsco at 6 o'clock last night, being
about 12 hours late. Strong head winds
and heavy scaii during tho Ami fuur
days of tho vo)nge were the cause of
The passenger list of the steamer was
n big one, there being SS iiaiwengerg.
The Alameda also brought un extra
large amount of freight, consisting ot
1855 tuns. The mull umouuted to 20U
The Alameda brought back the four
toys who stowed uwuy on the voyage
to tho Coast. Alfred Kieltas, Uni Fer
guson, Manuel Cubral and James Cun
ningham were even more glad to get
home thnn they we'ro to get away. They
said they had a good time, anyway. Hut
1.4il rerguson, found uu frato mother
uml a stalwart policeman waiting for
li 1 in on tho dock when ho nrrlved.
Among passengers who nrrlved on the
Alameda were C. Uolte, who lias been
trnclllng In Ucrmany; A. U LohIshoii.
n well known coffee planter of the, is
latids, who has been to the mainland
to try to 'work up sentiment In fenor
of jmttlng a protective tariff on coffee;
I.. II. Thompson, bead luna of the Ha-
Mlai'i Plantation. ,vlio returns with hU
Lrldc; W. (J. McOonngle, of Hensou,
Smith & Co. nlso returns with a hrlde,
M. Mnclutyrc. of filshop k Co.'g bank
nnd Miss Mnclntyre return from uu
extended visit to Scotland.
V. J. Hceney, tIMcrnment, Inspector
of boilers, and A. M. Walton, 'Inspector
of hulls, came, down cm the Alameda.
Mr. Heency Is sick wltlinn attack of
fever, nnd It was necessary 'for; him 'to
go to the hospital It will nlqbably be
tome time befoio Mr. Hecncy.'wlll bo
able to Inspect the Inter-Island steam
ers. Mrs. Walton and ttilljj-are" with
Mr. Wnlton. r
'Mrs. 1. 0. Cox. wife of Mr. Cox of
the cable company, comes down to Join
Other passengers on tho steamer wero
Col. Ceorge Macrarlane, C. Uolte, Miss
Alice Den rd, superintendent of the Ko
na orphanage!; Mlm lien Taylor, prin
cipal of tho Wnlohlnu srhoot; Mrs. II.
W. l'eck and child; (J. A. Elslon, u
former instructor In tho Honolulu llgh
School; I)r. A. W.'Morlun, surgeon ot
the'Sauta Ke railroad, who comes on n
KAEO In this city, nt' Wnlklkl, Nov.
10. l'JUi;, to Mr, and Mrs, I). K. Kueo.
Jr., u son.
Tho following sugar Is reported oa
Hawaii: Walakea. lU.QOU; Huknlau,
14S7: lluuuapo, 102.",.
EDWARD MIUIKEN, OF
MRLIKEIK BROS.. DEAD
The returns fomYsAinttpapa' and the
If suit of their tidd'l'tlou.toHho Jlaul
Territorial tlcKrt'tutdli! oip'ts follow:
' ).. i- N"(pnpn.i,Jtoloka
DcleEato,to,Congrrjis fS ;
Knlanlannule, .1. IC, I It") .1i4."J 1317
MrClana'hnu. 13. II. (I)) .. 43 1'J'J
Notlcy, O. K. (lilt) DO 918
Coelho, W. J. (It) IfiS 12.41
White, Win. (HID 115 JI25J
Comes. A. J. (It) 127 11!H
lllhlo. J. K. (HU) US Ml
Joseph. IjovI (It) I, 117 1:2.7
Knhaulelld, 1). II. (lilt). .1331 lirtll
Knluna, J. (It) lull iUW
Kuulmakaolc. (I. P. (HU). 12.1 !i'.i7
Keklpl. J. II. (IHO ur. HI I
Kiuila. S. (Hit) UU !:!
Nnhnlekn. J. (It) 170 1300
Nnwnhlue. It. J. K. (Hit). 111! liljn
Pull. Philip (It) 168 IMS
Wnlwalote, M. P. (It) ....1(3 12S2
"Arabic" kei-ps Iron roofJ free from
rust and purflfleH ruin water. (Ile It
a trial and be convinced. , California
Keoil.Co.aRmitB. - ,.
(' Hedemann of tho Honolulu Iron
Works received news by cablegram
dated Nov. 10th, that Edward !'. Mllll
ken died today, tfio 10th. Ills death
must have been very sudden, as Mr.
Hedemann was not nwaio that Mr.
Mllliken wan even sick, although the
company has bad letters from the
111 m by every mall. Mr. Mllllkeu was
mauled u couple of years ago pud bis
yotmr wile dll this summer. He ls
lied Ilio l,.mjj nl'iiul six years ago
nnd :"!iili- n nuinl.or of friends. He
v..i. '',.r '.l.i iia. liicr of Mllllkeu
High., tin- ti.li.T pulncr being his
l-iothei. Hwter Mllllkeu, also welt
Known to n number of people In the
Hawaiian Islands. About a year ago
the linn of Mllliken llros. was Incop
pcirated, and they have Just completed
perhaps the largest rolling plant In
the United States for tha purposii of
procMlIng their own raw material to
be used In their steel sttilcturul man
ufacturing husluesif. j
Loudon, Nov. P. The sixty-lift!, an
niversary of the birth of King Kdwaid
wan. wdobrulml hero- yesterday.
One of'the most perfectly appointed
dinners of the week was that of last
eunlng given by Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
I)owctt In honor of Mrs A. J. Camp
bell and the nff.ilr was cry recherche
In all of Its details. Unusually nrtln
tic was the floral plan of the table,
two shades of violet being combined to
produce n most charming scheme of
color. Hanging from tho chandelier
oer the table were garlands of vloleti
and feathery asparagus phimosis ferns,
wlilla In the renter of the tiiblo was n
mound of these sumo exquisite bloisoni
mingled with delicate fern fronds Airy
loops and hows of pule iulet tullo were
cuiight In Krenchy effect over tho ilolh,
adding to the effectiveness of tbu table
Tho iinino cards were dainty llltlo af
fairs decorated with violets In water
color. Following dinner tho guests gathered
about tho bridge tables nnd the re
mainder of the evening was thus pica
ontly spent lu this exciting diversion.
Those nsked to ineel Mrs, Campbell
weto (lovirnor and Mrs. (leorgo Car
ter, Mrs. Kaxiui lllidiop, Mr Wuldron,
Mr and Mrs, C S llolloway, Mr ind
Mrs. Ulelnird Iters Mr mid Mrs. I' E,
Itkbardsnn, Mr nnd Mrs. Cliarlo
Wilder and A .1 laiiipbe'll.
SONOMA TOJHSS t TRIP
Advices have been received that tho
fc'onoum will not sail from Sydney until
November 2tf. She Is duo In Honolulu
December 17. If she arrives on time.
Tho Ventura will sail from Sydney De
cember 17, due to arrive here January
1. The Sierra sails January 7 and Is
due to nrrlvu at Honolulu on tho 22ud.
The Sonoma will not kail from San
I'rnnelsco cm December (1, as scheduled,
hut will tnke tho Venturas run on the
C7th. Them will ho no sailing fiom
San Kranclsco on tha Gth. Tho Sono
ma, probably, Is to bo laid up fur
cleaning uml overhauling. Sho 1ms
been In bad sbanu for suuio tltna and
lias not been arriving on time. The
Ventura is In ubout the same condition.
New York. Nov. !i. The New York
Pcmocrntlu State committee will hold
n Investigation Into tho iictloua of
Statu .Senator McCarrcu, of llrooklyu,
accused of turning traitor to his paity
In the recent elections.
l'rankfort. Ky.. Nov. a. Thn lb ens
nvithorlzlng tho Mutual l.lfe Insurance
Company to do business wltblu tliu
Stato ot Kentucky has been, revoked. .
The British tramp steamer Isleworth,
Captain J. D Co, orrlved nt 8 o'clock
this morning from Comnx with a cargo
of coal Sho left Comnx on October 2j
end Victoria on the 27th. lfer voyogu
was a rough one. Btrong south atrl
oulhwct head winds nnd heavy head
swells being met most of the way.
The Isleworth brings 250U tons ol
coal for Honolulu nnd bus 1000 tons for
Illlo. She will begin discharging hem
on Monday, and will sail for Illlo hi
Ave or six days to discharge her cargo
for that port Afterwards she wll go
to the Sound. Her movements after
that or unccitaln.
It hns been u. little over three yeuM
since the Isleworth was here last. Her
voyagei are usually long ones. Tho
List time she was out of her homo Kiit,
Ixiudon, for over three years. Olio of
ber officers states that In seven years
nnd u half he has been home twice.
J.-ist time the vesrel wns III hero shu
bad come up from Ocean Island, a dis
tance of about 20(H) miles, with only
cue blade to her propeller, and slm
mode the voyage in 12 days. Tho I'.n
lerprlse. which lenves-for San Kran
clsco today with tvvo blades mlsslnc,
ought, according to that performance
of the Isle worth, to havu no dllllciilty
In making port without assistance.
Havana. Nov. 9. The management
of the sugar plantations linvv requested
the presence of American troops at tliu
wgar mills. A feeling of Inscrmly
El Paso. Texas. Nov. 'J. Exclusive
fishing rights nlnng tho west coast of
Mexico have been secured by J. C. Mil
ler In a concession from the Mexlcin
St. Petersburg. Nov. It. It has b.vn
planned to run. the mall (ruins only In
tho day ami to guard them from the at
tacks of the terrorists.
I'lltsburg. Pn.. Nov. . The olllclaU
of the Shelby Steel Tube Companv havu
been Indicted for supplying (lef.-cth
boiler tubes to bo used lu battleships.
Ilakerslleld, Cnl.. Nov. U. Ueneral
hhnflcr Is ill with, pneumonia.
Washington, Nov. . Tho Interstate
Commerce Commission will investigate
those railroads controlled by Hani-nun.
rrnnklln "Wbhl do all the seashore
hotel proprietors do lu tho winter
timet" Penu "I should think they
would go to church and try to case their
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