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Your size just came ; besides a
complete line of all other sizes.
They are the best football shoes
we have had for a long time.
E. O. HALL & SOIN, Limited,
COR. KING and FORT ST8.
ESTABLISHED IN 18D8.
Bishop & Co.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued on
the Bank of California and
N. M. Rothschild & Sons
Correspondents for the
American Express Company
and Thos. Cook & Son.
Interest allowed on term
and Savings Bank Deposits.
Claut 8preckels. Wm. G. Irwin.
Claus Spreckels & Co.
SANK ER &
HONOLULU, : : : T. H.
San Francisco AgenW The No
atU National Jlanlc of Saa Francisco.
Draw Exchange 011 the Nevada N
llonul Dank o( Suti Frauclsco.
London TI10 Uuloa of London and
Smith's Bank, Ltd.
Ntw York American Exchange No
Chicago Corn Exchange National
Parli Credit Lyununls.
Hongkong and Yokohama Honi
kong Sluinghal Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Auttratla Rank
ot New Zealand and Bank of Austra
lasia .Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made on
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Blllr of Ex
change bought and sold.
Collection. Promptly Accrvnted Foi
AND TRUST GO
OF HAWAII, LTD.
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL... 200,000.0u
PAID UP CAPITAL $100,000 00
President Cecil Brown
Vice President M. P. Robinson
Cashier L. T. Peck
Office: Corner TTt nnd King 8ts.
SAVINGS DEPO8IT8 received and
Interest allowed for yearly deposits a
the rate of 4 1-2 per cent, per annum
Rules and regulations furnished up
Tha Yokohama Specls Bank. ur
Capltul Subscribed Yen 21.noo.000
Capital l'uld Up Yen 21.000,010
(om!imI Fund Yen 13,700,000
HEAD OFFICE, OKOHAMA.
BRANCH AGENCIES Antung,
llslen, Hang Kan Cliefoo, Dnluy,
liombuy, Hongkong, Honolulu, Kobe,
I.eo)ang, London, I.jons, Mukden,
Nugasakl, Newchwung, Now York,
l'cklng, San I'ramlbtu, Hbaughal, Tl
entsln, Tohlo, Obii1.ii.
The bank buys and receives for col
lsctlun Hills of Exchange Issues
Draitu and Letters of Credit nml tiuus
ucls a general banking business
HONOLULU BRANCH, 67 KING 8T.
A.. niiar unnatoFi pi
l IU4U (ftf uuuili ill
rminti, " "" "' "'n""i
ICxIWCHCO "".""l fii.tti, iittrf
Tcndera will be received at tbo At
torney General's OIlliu III! 12 o'elorlc
noon, on Wednesday, November 211th
190C. fur furnishing tbo Oaliu Prism,
nml Honolulu Jail fur one year, begin
ning on Saturday, December 1st, 100i,
with Ilic following supplies at such
tinicB and in such iiuautltles as may
Tliu High Sheriff or such othi'r ouT
ter as ho may ileslgnatu will muku the
requisition, nnd nil supplies will bo
Mibjcct to hls'lnspecllon nnd npprovnl.
The contractor will be requited to
lunilrtti suitable bond for tho faithful
Informant! nf IiIh contract. All ten
dcrs must bo distinctly marked "Ten'
ilus lor Supplies, Ouhu Prison and
Tho Attorney (li neral does not bind
himself to accept the lowest or any
1:. 0 peters.
Attorney General's Olllu-,
November ir( 190C.
I'ol, paliil, pet- lb,
IV'iih moat, per Its
Hard Bread Mi'illuiu (with eahe), jior
Fresh llreml, 1 lb. loaf, per loaf.
Salmon (red), per lb.
Tea, per lb.
Coffee. Kuna, In bran, per lb.
Potatoes, pi r Hi.
lleang (li'd or iilitk), per lb.
Hko No. 1. per bug nf 100 lbs.
liar Soap (brown), with cose,
Sugar1. No. 1, per lb.
Milk, per quart.
llliie Deulni. AmnsKeag, 11 oz , per
Camas, Nus. 2, 10 and 12, per urd.
Blankets, per pair.
Cnhnnlzed 1 1 oil Duckets, Nus. 13
11111I 11, per iluz.
Yard brooms, per 1I07.
Shues, with buckles oil sides, per
Cnllfurula Wheat Hay, largo hulca,
fi r ton
Oats, per ton.
Solo Leather, per lb.
Onions, per lb.
that the elections arc over
have time to think about
paint, paper-hang and
Business Boomers S.S,Slgnp
New season's Pack. Jint In,
time for Thanksgiving.
Great Importance of New
Plan To Be Tried On
GOVERNOR CARTER IS
IN FAVOR OF SCHEME
MONEY FOR COTTAGES TO BE
UUILT ON LOTS WILL BE AD
VANCED WORKMEN BY
Gmernor Carter Is back nt work
again after n trip to Halelwa which
was expected to be a aratlon but
during which a work that Is of the
greatest Importance to this Territory
was accomplished. This consists In
the conference which was held be
tween (iovernor Carter and Messrs.
Tenney and Oooilale, of the Walalua
Agrleultuial Company, us tho result of
wbli h the lalioierH on the Wnlulua
plantation will bo allowed to purchase
homes fur thimseUes nnd their fain
llles outright and nt the lowest of
In speaking of the. matter this morn
ing, (linernor Carter said:
"White I was nwiiy on my trip for
a few das' araUon Mr. IJ. D. Ttnney
came down and took me oer to Wat
uluu, where we met Mr. Oooilale, and
the tbrcu of us held a conference. It
vas decided that surveyors should lm-
midlatcly start work and, taking a
piece of land, now eoicred with cane
and In thu ery tenter of Walalua,
should divide Into lots of approximate
ly SO by 100 feet, which should bo sold
to thu laburcis for homes.
"The Wnlulua company Is taking for
this purpose ten acres of the very best
lauu laud that they have, land which
bus plenty of water and Is free from
locks, and will sell It outilghl at very
teusuuahlo rules. It wilt also advance
mono) to the laborers with which to
build cottages and will nsstst them In
every way that Is possible.
"This will bo done first for tbo labor
ers who ate now on the plantation and
then for thosu who are coming, and I
believe Is of great Impel tame In solv
lug the labor problem here. 1 feel
very much cntouraged over the mat
ler and believe that the Walalua peo
ple are doing woik In this line which
they will never regret. They will,
through this, I am firmly convlnceJ,
hnvo plenty of labor when o'her plan
tations have to go without It. They
will, through having their men living
In their own homes on the plantation,
lie ablo to keep tho laborers whom
they have, win re In other canes the
men will tome ami go as they huvo
'Tho general policy of the planta
turns has never been to sell land but
alvvajs to buy where they could, and
this, coming as an Innovation, will
mean a great chango In thu relations'
between capital and labor on the plan
tntlons on the Hawaiian Islands."
The d.inco given by tho members ot
thu IIujjI Kawiilhait Oleo Club to-
liUht nt the Young hotel for the bene
fit of tbo band fund should be largely
attended. Tbo use of both pavilions
has been prepared for and they have
been donated by Manager Hcitscbe unci
the cntlro Olec Club will bo cnlleJ Into
sorvlce to provide music. The ho) 3
will be dressed In their new costumes
consisting of white rults with ted
snshes nnd us theh cliuuo music is tho
test In Honolulu there is certain to be
n good time.
All thu money taken In will be
turned over to thu bniul fund, the
Idea being for tho muslcl ins to help tho
hand boys In every way that they can
Tho gleo dub has practised ,foi some
time on nuv selections uml the music
will be certain to bo good S.im Nul
noa will bo "tbeie."
NEW - TO-DAY
PROPOSALS TOR PA1NT1NO, OP
(Ice of the Constructing Quartermas'
ter, Honolulu, 11. T., November IS
190G, Sealed proposals In triplicate
lor painting shlnglu tools of all build
ings at the nuw post at Knhaulkl, Ho
nolulu, II, T, will bo tieclved hero 1111
til 10 11. m November 28, 1U00, and
then opened Blank proposals and In
formation furnished on application
Envelopes containing proposals should
I bo eudoiHed "Pioposils for painting"
mid nibliessed James V Heldt), dipt ,
10th Inf., Constructing tluaiti riuaslti,
III. K A, Honolulu, II T.
1 Nov HI, 17. lit, 20 !C, 27
Try Dr. McLcin'a
OOLOEN SEAL HAIR TONIC
Villi Willi I'll
FOR BAND fjiRl
n In. p Bpn ia
i i ' i i
I til 4. J 04' 6 i
4' 7 SJ
R IS 8 v
"IJ 1 1
i t 41. 9 4'
9 S II 16
4 7 I
10 j; 11 4
Now moon Nov, 16, nt 10:0S p. in.
Times of these- tides not LUted in
Hawaiian standard time ts 10 hours
30 minutes slower than ereenwlch
time, being tbntjof the meridian of 157
degrees 30 minutes. The time whlstla
blows at 1:30 p. m., which la the sane
as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Suu
and moon are for local time tor the
Ihursdny, November IS.
T. K. K. S. S. Hongkong Maru, Bent,
fiiim S.111 Krnuclsru, 4:1S p. m.
Am. sp Marlon Chllcctt, I.arKen,
from Moutetey:l:30 p. m.
Friday, November 1C,
T. K. K. S. S. Shlbata Mnru, l'.k
strand, fiom Kobe, 9 n. m.
Stmr. Manna Lou, Simcrson, from
Maul and Hawaii ports, SMS a. in.
Stmr. Helenc, Nelf.on, from Hawaii,
2 So a. m.
Thursday, November IS.
C.-A. S. S. Mlowcra, Hemming, fur
Vlctcnl.i und Vancouver. 4: IS p. in.
Stmr. Mlkahnla, Gregory, for Kauai
porfts, S p. m.
Stmr. Kauai, Briihn, for Kauai ports,
S p. m.
A.-H. S. S. Nevadnn, Greene, for San
rranclscn, via Kuhultil and llllo, U
Stmr, Claudlne, Parker, fur Maul ami
Hawaii ports, S p. in.
Pir T. K. If. S. S. Hongkong Maru. I
Nov. 15, from Snn Francisco. Kor Ho
r.oliilu: Geo. C. Shnttuck. Through: 1
Mrs. G. K. Biludley, Mis? Klsle Bund-,
ley. Miss Freda Bilndle), C. U Chand
ler, W. C. James. . IJcberoth, T. Mo-
chlzukl. Si'llum Take-da, A. A. William
son, .Mrs. AIIW lllgson, T. 1'. Cobbs. H
J. i:verutl, II. It. Kvcrall, Mrs. II. It.
Overall, Mrs. 'V. Iathum; Mrs. it. C.
Morton, child and infnut: Miss II. Pow
ers, IMvvnrd Hungc, J. T. Vlney, Miss
Winifred M. Ashly, J. n. Bentty. G. J
CrlblH, Miss Phoebo Kllleon, Harry A.
Forrester, Miss Anna M, Freeman.
Cnpt. John J, 'Gallant, Otto Gross, J. i:
Heath. Jim. W. A. Huffman, Mrs. G. I..
James, Miss G. James, Miss Kdlth D.
Jones, llaiold N. Knight, Senator II.
I.ul,cus, i:. G. Lukens, Mrs. IC. G. Luk-
ciih. C'liiis. M. Morgan, Wm. J. Mill
down. Dr. Win. S. Porter, 8. Slcbcn
hiuer. Mrs. S. Siebenhaucr, Miss Klsle
Slcbuuliiiuer, M. S. Stein, Mrs. M. S
Stein, Miss Stein, W. C. Stone, Mrs. W.
Stone, A. S. Thompson.
Per stmr. Mnuna I.oa, from Knu,
Kona and Maul ports, Nov. IC Chas.
Melneckc, Jas. Dougherty, Charles II
Clapp, F, T. Williams, C Arncmaun,
D. Kuti'ilko, Dr. Wolters, Curl Wol-
lei s, It. WasBman, M. F. Scott, T.
O'Brien. J. Cecrper, Mrs. H B. Kin
tal, Jas. Cowan, Miss M. Commlng,
F. W. Jlllvcrton, J. P. Curts, Master
II. Scott. Master O. Scott, Jas. Scott,
Mrs. Jas. Scott, A. Frels, II. P. Bald
v.ln. L. II. Cook, Kev. D. W. K. White,
W. Dulscnberg, C. Conradt, Mrs. D.
Ifawelo and 2G deck.
Per S. S. Mlowcra, Nov. IS. Mr. aim
Mrs. Urltkson, Miss Crlckson, Miss
M. Krlckson, Master U. Erlckson, W.
i: Smith, Mrs. II. L Walty, Mrs. A.
M. Hewitt, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Fou
lot, Mr uud Mrs. J. Deycr and child,
W. II. McCormack, O. II. Bhlpman,
Mrs. B. Myers and child, Miss K.
Tuinbull, Miss N. E. Sheldon.
THANKSGIVING DAY PARADE
(Continued from Pag. 1.)
to cany out this older.
O. U. CAIITEU,
Governor and Comumiidei;.n-Clilpf
National Guard of Hawaii.
This means that tho band will uppear
In pat ado before Governor Carter on
'llmnksglvlng Buy as ordered or will
bu eouitmartlaled und It 1b doubtful I.
even the pcisunslvo tongue of Jew
Cohen 1.111 bo of uvull when tho threat
of a courtmartlal with tho forms ot
Gavel cur Carter and Colonel Jones
looming up In thu backgiouud uppear
to the musicians,
Gciveiuui Cuter stnted this morning
that he hud not seen the band foi 11
lout; time mid that he was dcsltuus tu
ecu them nnd the testof tliuinllltitl
For this leasou he believed that l(
would he udvlsablu tu have a paiudu of
militia uti 'I haiiltHglvliig Day,
bit J 19 I 1)
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6 II 5 IS 51
6 II 5 18 Sttt
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(IJ 1 II 8 (14
iCOc Quirt- Delivered 2, Gallon
HOW n E LI C I O U 8 M
Hurry Brnu'a Pma
CE 0 R E A M,
1st. White Wash Bags,
THrSE CAN BE WASHED
2nd. White Wash Belts,
Beautifully Embroidered, Patent Buckle
and Clasp, Bound Edges,
Red ripe tomatoes seasoned
with pure apices put up with
the care and know-how that
have made the BLUE LABEL
It costs no more than other
brands. Don't let your grocer
substitute an Inferior article.
Insist on getting CURTICE
BROTHERS, BLUE LABEL
ALL GROCER3 SELL IT.
H. Hackfeld & Co ,
L.B.Kerr & CoLtd.,
THIS IS TO BE OUR LAST DRIVE. YOU WILL GRA8P THE
OPPORTUNITY NOW OR FOREVER REGRET YOUR FAILURE
TO DO SO.
Full Suits for Men, $7 to $20
This puts good clothes on the back of every man. No reason
why you should not be stylishly dressed.
Men's Pants from $1 up
Boys' Suits from $1 to $8.50
Well made and
From TWO pairs for lOt
From 15 Elegant Goods. No darning for ages.
Underwear at your own
SATIN DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS 75rf a yard. Never sold
for less than $1.50; and the $3 00 goods we offer at $1.50
DAMASK NAPKINS from 85 to $3.75 doien, from 16x10
to 23x23. The best goods ever shown.
Men and Women
From r,iS for ladles' uaitv sllouers to S.'t RK for men's 15.00
f THE BALE WILL CAUSE A
WITH ANY ORDINARY SOAP,
Booklet for the asking at
CHAMBERS DRUB CO.,
Cor. Fort and" Kins; Sts.
PHONE MAIN 131
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary 01
J thu uwa of tha day. For SI a yaar
of fine material.
to G5 pair, r.ll regular made
HUSH, QET IN NOW AND AVOIR
THIS SPACE 'RESERVED
JAS. F. MORGAN
MA, KANSAS CITT, .
CIICAIO. ST. LOUIS
AM Alt Principal Kaattm Palirta.
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Par full Information call eat
. P. BOOTH, a A.,
Parry Building. San Franolaot, CaL
IS 8TILL IN TOWN;
THE PAST DUE AGENCY
CLAIMS AND COLLECTIONS
AT 182 KINO. 6T,
Mr UULLUTIN APS, HV M
for Oily Hair- For tale by
Mrs. Doris E. Paris,
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