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Original and exclusive dtslgns are among the Important feat
ures In our new stock which has Jut been opened.
CUT GLASS makes a Christmas gift that will delight any wo
man and most men and Is something that one docjn't oltcn buy
for one's own household.
Give a beautiful piece ef our CUT GLASS for Chr.slmas and
you will delight the one who gets it.
Wc have also a fine new stock of TAOLC and PARLOR LAMPS,
CHINA and NICKLED GOODS..
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd.. Kw
ESTABLISHED IN 1858.
Bishop & Co.
Commercial and TravclPis'
Letters of Credit issued on
lhr UnnL nf PnlifViriiln ntid 5
N. A. Rothschild & Sons
Correspondents for the
American Express Company
and Thos. Cook & Son.
Interest allowed on term I
and Savings Bank Deposits.
Claus Spreckels. Wm. G. Irwin.
Claus Spreckels & Co.
San Francisco Agents Tho Ne
fal'i National Hank of San Kranclsco.
Draw Exchange on tbe Nevada Na
tlonal Ilnnlt of San Francisco.
London The Union of London and
Smith's flank, Ltd.
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Corn Exchange National
Paris Credit I.yunaals,
Hongkong and Yokohama Hone
kong-flhanchal Hanking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Bank
of New Zealand and Bank of Austra
lasia ..Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made on
approved security. Comraerc'ul and
Travelers' Credits Insued. Blllr of Ex
change bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For,
AND TRUST GO
OF HAWAII, LTD.
SUBSCHIBED CAPITAL... 200,000.0li
PAID UP CAPITAL 100,000.00
President Cecil Brown
Vice President M. P. Robinson
Cashier L. T. Peck
Office: Corner TTt and Klnir, Sti.
8AVINGS DEPOSITS received and
Interest allowed for yearly deposits al
thn rate of 1-2 per cent, per annum
Rules and regulations furnished up
The Yokohama Specie Bank. Ltd
Capital Subscribed Yen 21,000,000
Capital IMbl Up Yen 21,000,000
IJoiscrvcil I'timl Yen 1.1,700,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCH AGENCIES Anlung.
Halm, Hang Kau, Cbefno, Dalny,
Rnmbay, Hongkong, Honolulu, Kobe,
I.cnyanc, London, Lyons, Mukden,
Nagasaki, Ncwcliwang, Now York,
Peking, San Francisco, Shanghai, Ti
entsin, Toklo, Osakn.
The bank buys and recclvos for col
lection Bills nf Kxchangn, Issuns
Drafts and Letters of Credit and trans
nets n grnsral hanking business.
HONOLULU BRANCH, 67 KING ST,
NEXT SATURDAY AFTERNOON
AND EVENING AT
FORT STREET OPP. CONVENT.
WC WOULD ASK YOU TO
INSPECT THE riNEST
EVER SHOWN IN HONO
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fort and K.ine Sts.
PHONE MAIN 13 1
A Practical Suggestion
Gift-giving Is seeking more
practical lines every year. If
you want to give oomethlng
useful and that will be appre
ciated by the entire house,
hold, give one of our fine
Chinese Matting Rugs
Japanese Cotton Rug
(BLUC and WHITE)
They will make the house
look more attractive and
prove a lasting Joy.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KING STREET.
.Ml A-"!! 1
Eggs from Pure White Leghorns,
Which Were Imported at a Cost of $7
apiece. Inquire at
Tel. Main 109
Has a Big Stock of Toys.
Cor. FORT and BERETANIA STS.
TEL. MAIN 473.
For Japanese cooks, waiters, women
for housework and help for day work,
supplied on short notice.
JAPANESE NEW HOTEL UNION,
NUUANU STREET NEAR PAUAHI
At Reduced Prices until after Xmai,
Nuuanu bet. King and Hotel Streets.
FOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE AT
BOSTON BLOG,, FORT STREET.
COAT AND PANT3
CLEANED AND PRE8SED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1346 FORT STREET.
rjgar- BULL&TIN ADS. PAY -ajpj
The Department of Agriculture
lliiouah Dr I! V Wile, chief of tho
Iltirenu of Chemistry, has undertaken
in educate the fnrmerM regarding the
, hiaiiuructuie of denatured alcohol,
Two liutlellns lime been Issued do
wited to tho descriptions of the
sources from which Industrial or dc
nnttired alcohol may lie obtained, tho
I method of inanufnetiiro, mid to som-i
lutes In which It tuny bo put ns well
Ins statistics showing tho possibilities
In tho dou'lopment of Iho Industry.
One bulletin was prepared especially
' for Iho farmer and the other In answer
In thousands of queries received sit
jlhi' department ns n result of Iho
passage of the law removing Iho lax
I I It denatured alcohol.
I 1111111 Dr Wloj's discussion of the
subject the roncliilon Is reached that
the manufacture of alcohol on n small
scale Is not likely to prove profitable
I llerntisv of tho regulations under
which the farmer would bo required
to conduct bis still If ho engaged In
tho manufacture. It Is evident that he
must be content with producing Iho
inw materials anil that ho cannot
look forward lo becoming n prncllca'
distiller. Tho bulletin on the subject
of sources mid manufacture sns:
"Tho principal uses of Industrial al
cohol ato Illumination, motive power,
healing and the manufacture of lac
quels, vnrnlshos, smokeless powder
medicinal and pharmaceutical prepar
allium, vinegar and ether. When In
dustrlal alcohol Is made at n price, nl
which It ran compete with pctioleum
mid gasolene. It doubtless will bo pro
ferrel for Iho puriMiscs nbovo mention
I nl hoo'iuso of Its greater safety and
more pleasant odor. Under tho pros
cut conditions It Is not probable that
Industrial nliohol can bo offered tiisin
the market at much less than Id cent
a gallon of 95 per cent, strength." .
Dr Wiley expresses tho belief, how
out Unit by palng addition In u'l
used sources of raw material ami with
Improved methods of manufacturing
ami denaturing this price can bo dl
Dr. Wile) sns that the laments
which nio to iiecrue from tho use of
Industrial alcohol free of tax hno
probably been ovcr-cstlumtcd by the
people at largo, and especially by tho
farmers, but ho adds: "That materi
al benellts will accrue Is tint n subject
of ilnnlit." Theso benefits will com"
not suddenly, but slowly, as ngrlrul
limit methods of manufacture. Improv
ed, and tho methods of utilizing Iho
Industrial alcohol bettor understood
"Our peoplo should nut, however.'
he continues, "bo disappointed should
many ear elapse before tho uingnl
luilo of tho pioiluct used for Inilustilal
purisiscs reaches tho figures already
attained by normally and sumo oilier
Of tho raw materials which can bo
utilized for the manufacture of alco
jlml, It Is ilnlcil out, Indian com Is
by far tho most abundant And tho most
promising source at tho present time.
'Iho average price of potatoes must bo
much decreased before raw material
of Ibis kind can come Into compel!
tlmi with Indian com ns n source of
alcohol. Promising sources which are
now utilized for tho mnuiifactino ot
alcohol In this country nro the imtnto
Iho sweet potato, tho yam, sorghum
molasses ftom tho sugar cane and
beet-sugar factories and tho Indian
The QUSINtSS MAN',S HANDY IN
EN, publlohsd In We 0a1urd3y"Butl
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le-
cjr. I notices, calls for tenders, Judg
I ments,. btrtldlnn prfnTlts and real es
tate transactLMA Evening Bulletin.
7ri Pr .rrMnth. Weck)y BuTl'stlr,
SI Pr year.
IN TUB ClUCtMT COUIIT 01 Till-
THIRD JUDICIAL CIUCUIT. Tl'lt
I ItlTORY Ol HAWAII. AT CHAM-
' lll'US. IN PUOIIATIC.
IN TUB AIATTBR Ol TUB KHTATU
Or C. AKO. DIICKASKD.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice Is hereby given that Letters
Testamentary liuvo been Issued to Iho
undersigned, C. K. Al, as Admlulutra
tor with tho Will nunoxod of tho i:s
lain or C Ako, Into of Kulluu, North
Komi, Island and Tonitory of Hawaii,
All creditors of tho I'stiilo are hoiu
by notified to present their claims
against said Bstato, duly aulheiitlcal
cd, and with tho proper vouchers, If
any exist, oven though tho said claims
bo secured by moitgagu upon real es
late, to tho undendgued. C. K. Al, at
i his onieo (Iho City Mill Company, l.lin
! itcd,) on Kuknullko Street, Honolulu
Tonitory of Hawaii, within six months
from tho date hereof (which Is Iho
date of Iho III at publication of this
nollco); otherwise, such claims, if
i, my, will be fntoviir but rod.
And all pel suns Indebted to said I's
'tale mo hereby nollfled to make lin
mediate pnjmout to tho uudorslgnu.l
ns such Administrator.
Dated, Honolulu, December lit, UiOfS.
C. K. Al,
Administrate! with Iho Will An
noxoil of the BstiUo or C
1 1 .'tails Dee. Ill, 2iij Jan. 2, , Hi
Clinton II failed In make good In hie
contest of the election nf Senator Kaluc
for one of the Supervisors of Maul,
Kalue winning out by mote Mites tn.ui
he had In the Inspectors' rounl. Ho
sallied two votes In the count by the
Chief Justice I'rcur, In nn oral deci
sion, declared Kaluc elected a member
of the Hoard of Supervisors of Maul.
The written opinion will bo filed later.
According to the count of the election
Inspectors. Knlue win by live wiles.'
Tht two nddlllonnl gained In thn Su
preme Court intuit makes him a winner
by "even votes,
Kalue gained six wiles In the fourth
precinct and Coruvvell lost seven, but
gained one of those rejected by the In
spciturs. In the Kllth Cornwall gained
four, three of them being votes reject
ed by the Inspectors. In the Sixth Kalue
Inst three of Iho contested ballots, while
In the I'lftcenth Kalue hut one of the
lounled ballots mid Cormvcll gained
two of those rejected.
The detailed result of the (tiniest la
Counted by Court, rejected by In
spectors Precinct. Knlue. Cornwell.
Wnlhcc (4th I 0 1
Wnllukit (Mb) 0 ii
Klhel (lath) u 2
Total gains i ii
(Jains on Counted ll.tllots Cornwell
one In Walluku. Inspectors fulled to
ctcdlt one ballot.
ltejected by Com t, counted b In
spoilors I'rcclml. Kalue. Cornwell
Wnlbco (lib) (I 7
Walluku (mil) I) n
Puunene (nth) :i o
Klhel (lath) t i)
Tuliil losses I 7
Tolnl (Inlns by reclnets
I'reclncl. Kalue. Cornwell.
Wnlhcc (lib) 13 I
Walluku (ith) 0 I
I'unnenn (Hilt) 0 .!
Klhel (lMh) 0 :i
Total gains Kl II
Tol.il net gain by Kalue In mcord
unco with decision of court, 2.
Kalue's majority of .', as returned by
lnsieetors was Inn cased 2 by Iho
court, making u total majority of 7.
jjjgy "For Rent" carat on sale at
the Bulletin office.
Evening Bulletin Tot pi month.
NEW GOODS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
OUR CHRISTMAS STOCK NOW CN DISPLAY
We have on dliplay our ENTIRE STOCK OF TOYS. This Is tbe beat display we have
ever made and It must be seen to be appreciated.
We have a large assortment of useful articles for Ladies, such as
In Our Millinery Department
We are showing all the newest CREATIONS FROM PARI8
In our Men's Department we have all tho latest In SUITS,
In Our Shoe Department
We are showing all the latest styles In SHOES AND SLIPPERS.
SANTA CLAUS IS HERE EVERY EVENING AT 7 O'CLOCK. He wants to meet all the
Children and find out what they want for Christmas,
MUSIC EVERY EVENING.
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WE ARE STILL RECEIVING NEW GOODS BY EVEY
New -Shirt Waists
Fine useful Walcts In lingerie style; short and long sleeves; hand
somely trimmed with lace and Insertion pin tucks
Black Silk Petticoats,
FRENCH HAND-MADE UNDERWEAR IN SETS AND SINGLE
INFANT'S HAND-MADE DRESSES FROM $2
We are displaying THIS WEEK a few Beautiful LACE ROBES,
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY8, THEN STEP INSIDE.
WC HAVE POULTRY, live
lines of MEATS In the country.
and wc would like to have your
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd,
'PHONE MAIN 41
Hotel Street Store
Kerr & Co.,
or In cold storage, and the best
.You cannot get better anywhere
Christmas orders now.
HAS A NEW LINE OF
AND THE DRPOT FOR BOSS OF
THE ROAD OVERALLS.
AND NEW YORK. I
HATS, SHIRTS, NECKWEAR j
1 III y
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 'OS,
12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, S.r7 Knahumanii SI..
I will kcll
and pleco of land fronting on l.lllh.i
street, opKslto Hoys' l'lelcl. I'nrl of
It. 1. 117.1 nnd It. V. 1810.
LAND at Kallua, Komi, Hawaii, near
landing, with nil buildings; area IUSU
JA3. F. MORGAN.
IllflA, KANSAS CITT,
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS
AM All Principal Kastsrn Point
aura your ticket raada via tfci
Wtr toll Information can em
. r. BOOTH, Q. A.,
Parry Building, San Francis, Cat.
AND OTHER PIANOS.
THAYER PIAM COMPANY
156 AND 168 HOTEL 8TRE1TT,
Opposite Young Hotel,
Beautiful designs In Tenerlffe Squares,
Scarfs and Dollies. Round Tapa Cloths.
Russian Brasses, Mats, Fans and
HAWAII SOUTH SEAS CURIO CO.