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EVENING BULUETIN, -HONOLULU. T H WEDNE3DAY, DEC 12, 190&.
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The Christmas Store
A CARNIVAL OF
BUY NOW WHILE THE ASSORTMENT
AT PRICr.8 THAT WILL MAKC IT WORTH YOUR WHILE TO
VIOIT OUR STORE; THCY ARE JUST THE THINGS YOU ARE
WAITINO FOR; THEY ARE ALL MONEY SAVERS.
Holiday Ribbon Sale
Thousands of yards of a It kinds and all colors. Satin and
I uib, uriin muuon, oauu u luvriy niouun ariu oiik iiireii niuuvua
ALL AT REDUCED PRICES
Some Prices Almost Cut In Half; others not so much, But AH
TAR BELOW THE REGULAR PRICE8.
Satin and Gros Grain Ribbons, all Colors
AT .If rn 76 Sl"3c 106 ar.dl2V.rs yd.JUST ABOUT HALF
THE REGULAR PRICE8.
All Silk Taffeta Ribbons
IN ALL COLORS AND WIDTHS, AT 4606 S 1S6 106 12K6
Satin Liberty Ribbons
IN ALL COLORS AND WIDTH8 AT 3V4t 56 fl'if 7M6 106
12Ktt 156 y.
All-Wool French Challies
8ILK STRIPED WOOL CHALLIES,
n solid colon and figured; 50c quality,
THIS WEEK at 37'j yd.
ALL WOOL FRENCH CHALLIE8,
pretty designs and colorings, 75c quality;
THIS WEEK at 60f yd.
Drapery and Kimono Silks
Gorgeous Colorings, and pretty floral and Oriental designs;
.10 Inches wide; all new; 75c quality. THIS WEEK at 55 yd.
A Wash Goods Special
white and dark ground, with pretty designs; a large
variety of patterns, to select from; 12-1-2c and 15cquallty; THIS
;N, S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
THE STORE THAT KEEPS THE PRICES DOWN.
BODY OF BABY
IN STORM SEWER
A grewsonie find was made yester
day alternoon by une of the employes
ot the Sewer Department, The man
was preparing In clean out the florin
power at the turner of Ileretanla ami
I'ensacola streets, where u stoppage
In the pipe had caused a volume of
water to accumulate.
When the man peered Into the pipe
he louiul an object Hunting on the sur
face of til water. He fished It out
and found that It was a fix' tun, appear.
lug to he nhout seen months old, lis
nppearance suggest! It to be of Jap
anese descent. Thli theory is borne
out by the fact that there Is a small
Japanese settlement right on the cor
ner at which the body was found. No
clothing or other marks of identifica
tion were found with the remains.
Ml OVEN Will
Tin l'nlni has Just finished the In
stallation of a new up-to-date German
brick oven. The oven Is a largo one
and 500 loucs of bread can bo baked
In It at one baking. It will be a great
convenience for this establishment and
will allow them to supply their con
stantly Increasing trade. Other fix
tures Just rcccled by them are several
triple motion Ice cream machines.
These wero much needed, us they
make It possible for The I'alni to turn
out an unlimited quantity of frozen
At present The I'alni Is Illustrative
of the commertlallzed Christmas say
ing, "(lood will to men. to everything;
the hue of trade Is everywhere." This
"love of trade" caused them to pre
pare for the Holiday buyer and "good
will to everything" should take the
hlmnrer there, whi-ro every known
confection tan be secured, to make
the season a Jo)ous one.
ODD FELLOWS WILL
This evening at Odd Fellows' Hall
life Odd Fellows will hold exercises
In celebration of the sixtieth nnnlver
sary of the Installation of the lodge In
Honolulu, The fraternity has been
organized longer here than In mix city
west of the Kocky Mountains, and tin1
members and their families will cele
brate tonight In n quiet way. The fol
lowing program will be rendered, alt '
er which theie will be dancing;
I'lano iSolo . .. .Sister Ella Dayton
Vocal Solo Sister Lulled
Hultar Solo l'rof. Krnest Kaol
Itcmarks on Kxcelslor Lodge
W. O. Smith ,
Piano Solo Sister' Bruckner,
Ilecltatlon Brother J. Dutnt
Kemarks on "The nebekahs" j
C. T. Rodgers, PO., DDO.S.
Mandolin Solo .... Prof. Ernest Kaal
Vocal Solo Sister Anita Phillips!
lllHE WIND 1
Why Do Thousands Use
Because it is supcrier to any other brand
sold in this market.
Ask your grocer (or it.
Bishop Trust 80.,
Money to Loan
Long Time Loans
Real Estate Loans
Loans on Listed
Bishop Trust Co..
Special Prices For
We make our goods
We guarantee their abso
lute purity and freshness.
Popcorn In all styles
and color. Candy Toys,
Rings and Canes,
Our Fine Handmade
Chocolate Bonbons made
fresh every day and pack
ed In Handsome Fancy
Boxes In various prices
make a very desirable
Order early to ensure
, MIKE WRIGHT CIGAR
THe best smoke sold In
this market. Try it.
HAY8ELDEN TOBACCO COMPANY,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG.
The Weekly Edition of tbo Evening
Bulletin glvei a complete summary of
the news of tbe day. for $x ?"
III connection with llio report that
Japanese squadron will shortly pay t
lslt to San Francisco, It Is stated that
the message probably refers to tho
cruise of our training squadron uloim
tho western roast of North America
next spring. The squadron will con
sist of the cruisers ltsukushlina, llasli-
Idnto and Matsushlme, under tho com
in and of Hear Admiral Shlmnmura,
aud will leave Japan probably In Jan
nary, touching Hawaii on Its way, to
North American ports.
Thus It should be noted that Son
Francisco Is not the sole port of call of
the squadron. Japan Times, Novcm
AHANA CLAIM8 A ROAD
V. W. Aliana, tespoudeut III tho
matter of the application of lowers &
Cooke, Ltd., for registration of title
to a piece ot lund adjoining premises
owned by Aliana, has tiled his uuswer,
tbioiigh his uttorney, 0. F. 1'eterson,
to the petition.
Ahunn claims on ensemint to the
laud of Letters & Cooke, the eusemeiit
being tbo right to u roadway four feet
wide ucross the laud. He claims thut
such a right bus been enjoyed for moro
than ten years, and prays that thin
right be pioletted.
A SUGGESTIVE WINDOW
Windows that contain articles that
eadlly suggest themselves as appro
priate Christmas gifts are those of the
Myrtle Cigar Store. The windows are
tastily dressed and the different ar
ticle are numerous. T J. Rltzpat
rick, the proprietor of this store, In
vites ladles aud gentlemen who wish
to maku presents to smokers, to call
and see these Christmas goods.
KI3S AND MAKE UP
Tho little tiff between Attorneys 11.
L. Marx and S. II. Derby Is now a thing
of tho past. The two men met and
agreed that all the trouble was the re
mit of a misunderstanding aud that
they really had no cause for a quarrel.
So eacli withdrew his alllduvlt reflect
ing on tho other, aud everything Is
Tho ship St. Francfs. Cnpt. T. Mur-i
ray, came Into dock at the Hnllroudl
wharf this afternoon at 2:30. She;
brings 2190 tons of coal from New
caste and reports n pleasant trip, tho)
only feature of which was the lack ot
wind. The voyage on this account touli
Capt. Murray is well known In this
city, having been on tho 8t.Franres
ns a mate when she wns commanded
by Capt. Winn, now of the Tlllle Star
buck. He wns Interested to know that '
the latter ship was little hurt by the
fire In her bold as It bad been report
ed In Australia that she was a total
toss. He was also Interested In heiir-l
ing that the Manchuria had been Rimed
and received his first news of the fact
that the Mongolia and Sheridan linn
been ashore from n Bulletin reporter
who boarded the teasel when she
MM ENTRIES FOR
Secrttary Jnck Atkinson is golns
ahead with the preparations for the
Wutklkt Kcgatta, and lie says that it
Is going to be a great success. He has
not yet tomplcted all arrangements
and the program cannot yet bo stated
in full, but it is certain now that there
ure going to be many entries for the
different events. Thn prospects aru
that there will be many from the other
islands, and the Secretary Is trying to
mnko the list us large ns possible.
Among other contestants will bo a
number from the Kamchameha Club
of Maiinalua, who will send about a
dozen canoes for the sailing canoe
race. Many other entries ure prom
ised, ami the regatta will, from present
prospects, be n great success In etcry
Honolulu Candy Go,
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin otvea a ettmnliti summary of
I ins nnw or tne day,
Tho case of Harry Juen, charged
with selling adulterated liquor, came
up beforo Judge Whitney today, but
was continued until December 19. Fu-
liumoto, charged with selling liquor to
a habitual diunkard, had his case ton
tinned until January 11.
The Huyul Mall steutuer Aorungl.
dpi. I. I). S. Phillips, arrived this
morning from the Colonics on time,
Her passenger list for tills tlty wus
very small, consisting of only six per
sons, two ot whom were children. Her
complete list for Vancouver, U. C
however, wus larger, there being 103
lasscngi-rs on board for the through
The Aorungl met with Hue weather
most ot the trip but for the last two or
three days the sea was rough and fresh
trades were encountered
TERRITORY CLAIMS LAND
Deputy Attorney General Prosser,
for the Tenltory, has tiled an unswer
to the petition of John Emmelutu to
leglster und confirm title to the prem.
lees located at the south corner of King
uud Kekaullke streets. The answer
Mates that tho Territory has an Inter
est In and claim against a certain por
tion of the premises mentioned, II
portion so claimed lying between the
new street extension and Kiniiieluth'H
original title Hue. Tho Territory pras
thut title to thut part of the land be
A Kodak Makes
A Merry Christmas
I'lYturw tclliitf! f Jin0! ifonil tim" tiro trcniv
iiits now. J'icm'iiI iileiisiiret will fonn belong to
llio pitsl. Aio .von collititing iiirtnii'i of the good
tiiuia yon hip having nowi
Yon enjoy piftiirt's. So tku'syonr frit-ml. Then
(ret hiin n Kodak. It menus the beginning of mi
enjoyment thut giow greater with time, iiml is
ohnreil equally by ohl timl young.
Kodaks, $5 up ; Premo Cameras, $3 .up ,
Brownie Cameras, only $1 up.
Has your friend a Kodak nlready I Then got him a protecting sole-leather carrying
eae for it, having lmtli hntid and shoulder straps.
11ns he both these things? Then give him u tank de eloping machine, by which he
ean develop his own films in an ordinary room.
Among the other suggestions we cm give am: Fine genuine enl-grniu leather
covered albums in which to preserve and display his pictures; or an album to preserve,
and register his film negatives; or a port mil attachment enabling him In lake largo
portraits with his Kodak.
A No nn album made specially for displaying souvenir post
cards is the proper thing thcnu days, and who among your
friends has not a number of cards to start the album with (
Honolulu Photo Supply Co,
1059 Fort Street
171 M ItstV JSat v'fmJL
"For rUnt" card on Ml at
th Bullstln offlcs, M
REAL-ESTATE EXPERT AND
FINANCIAL AQENT I
When you want to buy a Home
When you want to sell your property
When you want to Inrcst your money
Wkun you want to borrow money
When you want some Information, of
You will have satisfaction and make
money by seslng 8TRAUCH and seek
Ing His Advice.
P. E R. Strauch
WAITY BUILDING. 74 KINO. ST.
If you are making presents
to ladles give their toilet a
thoucM. Perfumes are not
exactly proper but a delicate
ly fragrant toilet water is per
mlssabls at all times.
Our selection will be pleas
Ing to purchasers who require
something a little better than
the ordinary. ROQER AND
QALLET have a deserved
reputation for making tho
best. WE HAVE A LARGE
Benson, Smith &
j; We are going to have a Fresh Suppiy
Notice Is hereby given thut having
decided uu Exchange of the Public
Lauds on the Island of Lnuul to be
advisable, the Commissioner of Public
Lands Is prepared to receive otters of
other lands that are en.mil In value to
those of Laual, aud of greater luime
dlate service to the Tenltorlal Govern
ment from any responsible person, up
lo and Including Saturday, tho Fif
teenth day of December, 11)06.
li. it. UAUTI.H,
Honolulu, November J8tti, 1906.
3051 Nov. 28; Dec. 1, 5, 8, 12, 16.
will appreciate her Christ
ma gift if It Is one of
our. PRETTY GOLD
TRIMMED Back Combs
PRICES VARY FROM $4.75 UP.
We have numerous
k other articles just as
suitable for presents.
J. A.R. Vierra&Co.
Choice Live Turkeys
On nS. Alameda, Dec. 21st, 1905
I C. Q- Yee Hop & Co.
TEL. MAIN iJSl
rP SPAVIN CURE
&i M H W TE1
Just the thing 'for your den. Russian
Brasses, Mats, Tapas, Fans, Bis
keti, Souvenir Postals,
HAWAII SOUTH 8EAS CURIO CO.
GENERAL ADVERTISING AND COL.
Wm. Larsen, Manager.
NOVELTY LEATHER COMPANY
412 Market Street
Sail Francisco, Cal.
Dear Sir: I used your "8avtbe-
Korse" on two Splint a, on Inside of
front legs, interfering wlUi the cords
of tho leg uud causing lameness so
badly that a very short drive would
inaUu the home act the "part of a trip
pie." After using two bottles the
laaaeneaa la gone and the splints dis
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
BEEF, PORK and CORNED BEEF,
487 Halgbt St., 25 Sixth 8L
I treated my house, which bud bad
bono spavlu, with "3avtheHors,"
and It entirely removod the blemish.
I tievor saw anything to equal (t. Mr.
Cl'ux, Welby und several howenaa,
who are friends of mine, tell m tbay
bad equally as good results as atietf,
JOHN N. NOWLA.
Coat from 9$ to $25 for rpatd tiring, hoiM must be laid up for y
rl month; not 5 per cent of the opses are cured. Blistering Is lees ef
fective. Marourlal preoaratlons produce Irreparable injury.
"HAVE-THB-nOllSE" eliminated all these factors. Cures wlthoat scar,
blemish or loss of hair.
Positively and permanently cures Spavin, Ringbone, Thoroughpln,
Curb, Splint, Capped Hock, Wind Puff, broken down, bowed or strained
tendon or any caso of lameness. Horse can be worked as uoaal and with
boots, as no harm will result from scalding of limb or destruction of hsir.
See Us for Novelty Advertising
Foreign and Local.
74 KINO ST.
GEO. E. LA MONT.
rr per bottle, with a written guarantee, as binding to protect yeu a
the best legal tsluut could make It.
TROY CHEMICAL CO., Binghamton N. Y. Tl.
TRADE SUPPLIED BY HOLLISTER DRUG CO.. HONOLULU Hawaii.
BBggm awu. 1 1 ill SHiiiii egiiJ-m-i i.u-mnm
Bulletin 75c, per month
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