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EVENING' BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H.. PRItlAY. NOV. 30. 1906.
Our New Stock, Juft received, hai put our Crockery Depart
ment second to none in thli city. So far as prices qo, It leads eas
ily In quality of goods offered for the money.
Besides the usual lines of crockery we have Fancy Ramlklns,
Bouillon Cups of English and French China, Fern Uicheii, Choco
late and After-Dinner Coffee Setc, Clc.
E. O. HALL & SON, Limited,
COR. KING, and FORT 6TS.
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On account of my departure for Am.
tterdam, I have authorized the well
known auctioneer, W. E. Fisher, to
dispose of my entire stock of Jewelry,
Watches, Etc., contained In the J.
CARLO PAWNBROKINQ CO. I have
instructed him to sell the same with
out, limit, without reserve, and com.
mcnce FRIOAY, NOV. 30, '00, at 12
NOON and Y:30 p. m. same evening.
11M FOF.T ST.,
OPPOSITE CATHOLIC CONVENT.
17 Family Milch 17
II Cows II
To arrive per Nebralkan Oec. 1.
Tel. Main 109
TAKC HOME A PACKAGE
FOR AFTER YOUR
AND LEHNHARDT'S BEST.
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fott and King Sts.
PHONE MAIN 131
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bull
tte and the Weekly Edition, gives
concise ana eomijsets resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permit and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
754 Pr month. Weekly Bulletin,
I'n 1 1 liiiKin Nov. SOtli nl 0:30 p. tn,
TIium of tlieiu titles but stated In
Times of the title are taken from
tlie United States Coast aud Uoodetlo
Hawaiian standard time is 10 hours
30 minutes Blower tban Greenwich
time, being that of the iserldlan of 1ST
degree 30 minutes. The lime whistle
blows nt 1:30 p. in., which Is the san
as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
and moon aro for local time for tbo
Tliursilny, November i!'J.
Ktmr NIIIi.iii, from Wulmi-u, 1U:.1U
Friday, November .10.
Slmr. Ke Ail lion, 'I illicit, fiom
Knunl, 7:25 n. in.
Ve.lhedny, November 2$.
Oil S. H. lUwccr.uis, McDonald, foi
Monterey, 3: 45 p. m.
Unrge Monterey, Nielsen, fur lion
teiey, in tow of H. S. Kosecruns.
, Thursday, November 2&.
fitinr. Iwiilnnl, I'tltz. for Knunl, F
i in. ,
Friday, November 30.
Stmr. Manna l-on, Slmcrson, for Mnul
iiinl Hawaii piirlH, 12 noon.
Htmr. Claiicllne, Parker, for M.iul ami
Hawaii ports, li p. in,
Htmr. Mllialial.i, (Iregoiy, for Kanal,
j p. in.
O. S. S. Alameda, Dmulclt, from Han
Prnnclsconrrlve probably In evening
Stinr. Klnan, FieJinan, from I lllo
niul way ports, n, in.
The Hawaii I'onol Society gnvo an
other entertainment nt the Opern
Homo Saturday evening which proved
very enjoyable to tliosv who attended,
The program Included tnblenus of an
cient Hawaiian life, Hawaiian tonga
nml orchestral tiunibrrB, the latter
rendered by Din Kawalliau Gleo club.
Tbo tableaux wern unusually good.
They represented Hcenes In tbo life ui
King Knlnnloiiiui nnd his queen, and
the posing wns remarkable for Its ex
cellence Thcro wni nfso a surf-riding tab
leau, showlug Kelen, tho surf-rider ol
Maul. Mr. Knnn took tho pnrt of He
len, standing on n surf board project
ing from a ramus breaker, nml bat
nnclng himself on mm fool.
Several of llm ancient hulns weie
given also. II. C. Illiikou was slugo
malinger nml Hauiiiel Nullum musical
V ii .-T iassilaiassajC i f
U. S. Weather llurcnti,
I .oca I Office.
Temperatures fi n, m G5; 8 n. in.,
72; 10 a. in., 72; noon, 76; morning
llarometer, 8 n. in., 29.8.; absolute
humidity, S u. m fi.721 grains per
cubic fool; rclullvo humidity, 8 a. in.
78 per cent; dew point, 8 u, in., CG.
Wind C n. in., velocity 1. direction
N.; 8 ir. in., eloclty 4, direction N.; 1U
n. in.,' velocity .1, direct Ion V.; noon,
velocity 13. direction SW.
Italnfall during 21 bourn ended 8 a.
in., ."!". Inch.
Total wind movement during 24
bourn ended nt noon, 13 ml I oh.
WM. II. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, II. S. Weather llureau.
Slmr. Mliellku. Naopaln, from Mold
kal ports, a. ni.
Stinr. Maul, Dennett, from Knual
ports, u. m.
A.-1I. S. '$. Arlzonnii, from Scittlit.
A.-ll. S. S. Nebruskiin, Weeden, from
I'cr Btmr. Manna l.ua, Nov. 30.
Queen I.llliiokalanl. Mm. Jo. Aca, W.
W. King. J.MI. ( de Jager, Carl Wnl
tera. Mr. ,1U, Walters and children,
Mrs. C. Aknii, MIhs Ma Aknu, U. K.
Hull. Miss II. de I'rles. David Knu.nlko
and wife, MUa lleur. I). II. Cnro, Itcv.
J. Ji MutthenH. C. tiny and wife, D. II.
.MHclionaclilc i nonipion, v. U. Shocn
berg, Aokl, A. O. Howes. C. Dolte.
Our Opening Display
will be mucle on
Saturday Next, December 1st.
Pretty Oriental difts
appeal to the recipient because they are unique and beautiful.
There Isn't an article In this list that wouldn't make a suit
able present for your friend: Chinese Crockeryware, Mattings,
Vases, Chinese and Japarieso Ivory and Silverware, Dress Silks,
Doylies, Handkerchiefs and Grass Linen goods In all colors.
We Invite your Inspection of goods.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.,
94 J NUUANU ST.
F.x S. S. Siberia,
GOODS NOW PASSING
From the Orient
Consignment from tho well-known
collectors, ARTHUR nnd DOND, Yo
kohama and London.
Will sell In a few days. Clean, new
, Invoice. Catalogue In three dujs. My
Instructions aro to sell.
I All these goods aro soul and guar-
Iflnlnn,! na .laaf.rllio.1 liv AI1TIII1II mill
Just the thing for your den. Russian
Brasses, Mats, Tapas, Fans, Bas
kets, Souvenir Postals.
HAWAII & 80UTH 8EA8 CURIO CO.
KJc Quart Delivered 12. Gallon
HOW D E L I C I O U S I I
Harry Strange'a Pure
'PHONE MAIN 206.
JA8. F. MORGAN,
, '.- .
You all know the
Alan who gives
Old Santa will be
on hand with
This Will :Be Another
And it Commences Tomorrow, Dec. I
This Is the largest store In Honolulu and It Is filled from street floor to the roof with the grandest display of goods for the Christmas season. There Is no other store where the young folks and the older ones can get such buying satisfaction
as at KERR'S.
We have left nothing undone to make this season better than all previous ones. Our buyers In the East have been active since the first arrivals from Germany, the home of the toy-maker, and they were active up to the dap of shipment.
Special attention has been paid to the wants of the children; not a single Item has been omitted; their desires have had first attention from all sides and will continue to have until 8ANTA CLAUS COME8 DOWN THE CHIMNEY WITH THE
We are advised that the rush for Chrlctmps goods will begin early and for that reason we give you the word that It will be to your Interest to come before your neighbor and get the choice of the toys that have a place in a department that
has been created expressly for their display. They will be opened to sunlight on Saturday and if you have the happiness of your children or your grandchildren at heart you will come to headquaiters, where the prices are less than you will find
anywhere this side of Chicago for the same grade of goods, and buy what Is needed for Christmas.
There will be mechanical toys of every description, American, English and Hawaiian DOLLS tn ENDLESS VARIETY. MU8ICAL TOY8, AUTOMOBILES and WAGON8. LOCOMOTIVES and CAR3 making whole trains with the tracks. TIN
DRUMS, ELECTRIC NOVELTIES OF ALL SORTS. , '
HOLIDAY GOODS IN LADIES' NECKWEAR
The Newest Goods Showing In the East sent by Express To Be In Time
for the Christmas Frlr.
MILLINERY FOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE.
A Special Line of Imported Hats, the Newest Creations,) for Little Money,
Nearly every dry goods house make leads of handkerchief at Christ
mas. We have some STUNNING VALUE8 onsoffer this year from 25
dozen to $5.00 dozen. SPECIAL PURCHA8E, a maker's lot of sample
Handkerchiefs, at 50 PER CENT. OFF REGULAR-PRICES.
LADIES' SHIRT WAIST8
ADVANCED IDEAS IN SHIRT
WAISTS, dainty sheer goods, from
$1.50 to $7.50.
Tho Newest In CLOTH WALKING
SKIRTS, great value; as low as
81.75 and at "V Pr,ce UP t0
GREAT VALUES HERE DURING OUR XMA8 FAIR
GOWNS, ALL PRICE8 , i.
454 TO $5.00
204 TO 83.50
MUSLIN 8KIRTS 50 TO $7.50
CHEMISES , 45 TO $5.00
HOLIDAY COMB SALE
Beautiful New Style Back Combs;
In Endless Variety,
H08IERY, RIBBONS, LACEE, BELT8, BAG8 WILL BE FOUND HERE IN 8PLENDID A880RTMENT8 AT POPULAR FAIR PRICES.
MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHING AND CLOTHING DEPARTMENTS
Our exhibit of Men's and Boys' Clothing Is far ahead of anything previously shown by us. The line of Men's 8ults at $0,50 has the style and appearance of an ordinary $15.00 suit.
In Blue and Black Serges and Worsteds we have all sizes, fashionably cut and thoroughly well made at $8. $0.50 $10. $12. $13.50 $15. $18. and $20.00.
BOY8' SUITS. Mothers, the feature of our Boys' Clothing Is Good Quality, Stylish, Neat Designs and Durability. We have Boys' Suits in Grey and Dark Tweeds, Blue and Black Serges and Worsted. 8lzes, 4 to 10; at $2.50 $3. $4.
$4.50 $5. $0.50. BOYS' KNEE PANTS. All sizes, 4 to 15, at 254 004 754 and $1.00. HATS, SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR FOR MEN AND BOYS BIG VALUE DURING THE CHRI8TMA8 FAIR. '
HOLIDAY 'ATTRACTIONS WILL BE FOUND IN PROFU8ION INOUR SHOE DEPARTMENT. 8LIPPER8 FOR CHRIBTMAS PRE8ENT8 FOR LITTLE MONEY.
80ROSIS SHOES, Three Is something In the Style, Fl! and Finish of Soroils Shoes that Is not found in other makes Irrespective of price. The new shipment to hand for tho Fair are the acme of perfection. We can give you. any fitting and al
most any style desired. WALK-OVER 8HOEC FOR MEN IN ALL LEATHERS-. 50 AND $4,00. CHILDREN'S 8HOE8, COMPLETE STOCK, HOLIDAY PRICES.
aooD cLothino DEPARTMENT for men
The clothing made in this establishment Is equal In every respect to the suits made by other tailors at an advanced price, We have tie cutters whqio experience teaches! tliem the art of cutting to tit, We have the makers and the material that
Is the best that can be purchased, The diffoence In price Is due to our Indifference In the matter of profits. We are willing to divide with our customers at all times and in all departments.
TOMORROW WILL DE THE OPENING. DAY, DO NOT LET THE OPPORTUNITY PASO,
L. B. Kerr & Co., .Ltd., Alakea Street
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