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CUT OUT THE CHECK
A CHRISTMAS CHECK
ON US FOR ONE DOLLAR
PUT THAT $1.00 CHECK
IN YOUR POCKETBOOK.
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A 8TRINQ BAND
WILL PLAY HERE
SATURDAY AND MONDAY
YOU'RE WELCOME; COME AND
The Christian Christmas Spirit of Gift Giving Pervades This Store
This Store's 1906 trade has been extra
ordinarily large. We want to make the
close phenominal, Also we want to give
every customer, whether he be transient,
new or old customer a Christmas gift.
No, there is no string tied to it. It's up
to your judgment you take It or you
CLlt II Out Now.
Honolulu, Dcci'iiil.cr liioi!.
(ilnln- Clothing ( ii. KiiIiimiiii
Pay to Bearer $I.OO
IVr II. ISOSKXHKIMi, .Mgr.
Uooil Until XllHIH
SWELL "SILVER" SHIRTS
MAKE EXCELLENT GIFTS.
PHICC ONLY Ji.l5 '
ANY SIZE. ANY STYLE.
TREE TO SUIT UUYCR3.
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Do you want a good suit of clothes?
We're right in line with a magnificent
Holiday Stock of Clothing. The suit styles
are late ones and the man who wants the
present popular kind or one somewhat
advanced can be suited. The shades in
clude all the fancies of the makers in grey
and dark woolen matertal and they all fit.
l'uv one of f In mills now vvliilo m iicctl it, ami wo'll
t':ili tlmt check irf?ie vim one of tlicu Silver shuts fnc.
Suits :i i c priced fiom
S8.SO up to $22.50
Come and hear the Band
Qlobe Cloth i eg Company
64 Hotel Street
The Store with a Dollar Oift
' One of the sublimesb things in the
orld is plain truth."
These suggestions may not be sublime but they are plain truth.
Sensible Gifts for Smokers
It's sensible to give him what he wants, Isn't It?
If he smokes, he'll want to smoke again, won't he?
Then why not get him a box of the famous ADELINE PATTI
ROUGH RIDERS, HAWAIIAN, PORTO RICAN or KEY WEST
CIGARS Either of them Is a capital good smoke; the choice lies
with the price you wish to pay.
"You'll Want Something He'll Keep"
Well, truthfully now, what would be a more substantial and ap.
predated present than one of these; A Pipe, Cigar or Cigarette
Holder, Matchbox, Tobacco Jars or Pouches, or, best of all, a pretty
Humidor Box made to hold cigars and keep them fresh.
There Is a big assortment of these goods here and they are
priced RIGHT. Why not come in and see them? You are we.
come to look.
CORNER HOTEL AND FORT STREETS U
Bulletin 75c per month
"A 8PARKLING JEWELED PANORAMA OF GEMS OF BEAUTIFUL USEFULNESS"
This Year's Jewelry Only
The Holiday Showing of Suitable Christmas Gifts here are not antique relic of stock bought
for a Christmas gone; but are genuine new goods, clever in derign and "of beautiful usefulness" for
the Christmas to come, We want you to visit the store and see tho showing, so only mention here
a few articles from the "sparkling Jeweled panorama of gems o beautiful usefulness":
UMBRELLAS, WITH DETACHABLE HANDLE;
GOLD HEADED WALKING STICKS,
MILITARY BRUSHES AND COMB3,
REAL RINGS, FOBS, CHAINS, LINKS,
COLLAR BUTTONS, STUDS,
TIE PINS AND CLASPS, MATCH BOXES, ETC., ETC.
M. R. COUNTER, Jeweler
1142 Fort Street
lies MfiliiiM. Inuu, Die. 2 'lli!U'
Slates will ho icpicbeiited III mi Intel
Ml. He i mi ten thin whli ) , ihiviimh In thin
(In Wednesday for Hit' purixisu of tils j
iiixhiiiK miliums iiir pciiectnig :i
di.iliM' In tlii iminiu'i' (if oleilliig Hull
ed Stales SenutolH '1 lit) lonvewlou
onglnilcd in a Joint leboliitlon whbh
IKisstd (he linwi l.i i;lulatuie Mat l:i-
U'i auihnilzliig (lovemor Cummins In
invite Hi. (inventors of all other suites
ii urn ui least llvo delegates. 'Ilia
follow in .Stales will be leprtsenlcd, or
u least lii.w. signified such Intention
n 'in-, i, California, Coloiudo, Illinois,
Indiana, Kansas, Kciitiuli), Lmililiina,
Mlihlgnu, Minnesota, Missouri, .Moli
lalia Ni IiiiihIiu, New Jeibey, Noitli Cai
ohii.i, oiili, dunlin, South Dakota,
'I 'Mis, Washington. Went Vlrgliilu,
Wvomliii,', (icotgla. North Dakota,
l'eniiHjIvanlu, Tennes.ee, Utah, Vlr
filul'i, U'la'Diiulii anil Iowa
A largo number of Hawullaim weic
Hliilei the ImpieBslou that Rev S. Tl
liiolco Instead or Hit. late Junius Kuae
was ile.iil This Ik iluu to tlin plume
which appealed In IIiIh niuinlng's Ad
M'ltlhur which lebembles very elobely
lli.lt of Itev S, Tlmoteo.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
You may usually find It In less than
24 hours through a Bulletin want ad.
W. A. Baldwin Is In town.
Autos for hlro at Tcr. Stables.
Dan II. Cuse mid wlfo nro hern from
Harry 13. Picker returned fiom Mam
In the Claiullnu loilay.
('. J. HutLhliiH iitiirned to the clt
todav In the Claiullnu.
The Claiiillne towed the bark Mo
'ilcan out of Kuliiiliii on Saturday.
The link Mohican sailed fiom Kului
lill Sntuidiiv for the Sound in ballast,
Sheriff W. M, Keolaniil of Hawaii
County arrhed In the Claiidlne this
The Claiidlne was unable to land :it
lltielo on airoimt or strouu iioitlD'afl
seas and wind.
See tlin new cuilo store for novelties
In Indian anil Hawaiian ai titles foi
Xiii.u. I1S5 Toit Hlieet.
Do not miss Hie annual sale or Mrs.
Mine's eliina, Infants' c lotttliiK. pyioi;
lapli) and emlos at the, Woman's Kx
I'lialiue. Chillies Mann, a Hawaiian, was shot
and piolmbly falull) liijiuetl In San
KrantUco retently. Ilu koI Into an
alteuullon with an unknown liallan
and was shot by the latter.
A meeting of the committee appoint
ed by the Yoiiiib People's Union to lake
charge of the senkes which will he
held Chi IM mas afternoon at Oaliu Jail,
will he held lonluht at 7'IIU at the V. M.
(,'. A. looms.
The Claiullnu, ntrlvliiK fiom .Maui
mid Hawaii ikjiis this iiioinlim, laouiiht
the following freight: M sacks com, 'J
loolei tans, 5S hanels empty bottles, 1
horses, 40 hob, :'5 head tattle, 307
I.nat nlKhl the police mado a raid on
the deiiizins of Iwilel, inptiirlni: III
Ice ii women anil llio men who wei
iKioked on charges or vagrancy. The
cases weie continued In the Police
Court this morning. ,
Washington, Dec in. The Inter.
statu Commerce Commission has ie
(enlly denned the status or railroads
In the Hawaiian Islands as regards
their i elation to the railroad rale law.
The commission has decided that the
Utilai Railroad and Land Company may
properlj charge different rates for the
tame service, under certain conditions,
ptovldltiK the tariff schedules inu lllel
with the commission, This railroad
fen led that III making these different
latcs It might he violating the Klklni
law nml brought the question Itself
before the Interstate Commeice Com
mission for decision.
It seems that the road lias contincts
with several plantations In Hawaii hv
which sugar Is shipped to Honolulu at
ii specified rate. Many of these con
tracts were nimlu before the nnnexn
Hon of the Islands for a long term ol
ear A certain rale was fixed for
the 111 si ten jcars mid a lower rate lor
tho next ten j ears, and so on. These
intes weiu explained to the commis
sion b) Sidney llalloti, attorney for the
load, and 1.. A. Thurston and V. M.
Hatch, who came on from Hawaii for
n hearing In the case last week.
The eonliaet rates lepresent uhout
SS per cent, or the business of the road
and are lower than tho rule charged
to other shippers for similar sen Ice,
but It wns shown that the difference
was small and that tho contract
freight was handled by the plantit
lions When the contract with the
i:wa plantation leccntl) expired the
lallroad made the same rate to all
shippers to that station.
After looking Into the whole qius
Hon tho Interstate Commerce Coiumls
f-lou decided that theiu were no prml
slims In the Klklns law which would
i lidanger the load In fixing these rates
and that any apparent discriminations
which the load makes In lis rntes were
warranted h conditions. The com
mission reserves the right In pass up
on tho dual tariffs at any time in case
any shipper makes complaint that lit
is charged an unjust or unreasonable
rate. While tho discriminations are
approved, the commission warned the
road that It must stand ready to ile
fend them whenever complaint agalnit
llieiu is made.
Mr. llalloti, licfore leturnlng to Ila
wall, will confer wllh the counsel of
the Pacini! Cable Company at New
York regarding lis libel of s.ino.Ouii
against the steamship Manchuria for
services of the Restorer In rescuing
the liner some weeks ago.
NEW - TO-DAY
SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
Under and by virtue of n writ of
Execution Issued by Win. I.. Whitney,
District Magistrate of Honolulu, Conn
ty or Oal.ii, Territory or Hawaii, on the
I7tlt day or December, A. I). 190, In
the matter of Oaliu Lumber and Hand
ing Company, Ltd,, vs. Choy l.un, I
did In said Honolulu, County of Oaliu
aforesaid, on tho Itith day of Decem
ber, A. I). l'JOU, levy upon ami pursuant
to special order of said Magistrate
shall otter for sale and sell at public
auction to the highest bidder nt that
certain building known as Mngoon
Illock, room No. HUG, Queen Stteet, In
said Honolulu, at 12 o'clock noon of
Monday, tho 24th day of December, A.
I). liiQC, all the right, title and Interest
of the said Choy Kun, Defendant, in
mill to nil the following personal prop
el ty tiulcBs tho sum of Twenty-live
and 43-luo ($23.4.1) dollars, that beln
tho amount for which said Execution
was Issued, together wild interest,
costs and my feu and expenses aiu
previously paid: 5 tables, 1 coffee grin
dcr, 1 sack tea, 74 dishes (moro or
less), 1 barrel lea, 12 cups, 7 ots, II
pans, 1 coffee holler, t tea boiler, I
nx. 3 Chinese knives, 1 large pan, 411
tins canned goods. 111 tins baking hiv-
der, 22 pkKS. Kpsom salts, 12 tins shoe
blacking, 1 coal oil stove, r. glass Jnis,
1 tobacco cutter, 1 hanging lamp, 2
lamps, IS bottles Ink, 1 Chinese fruit
tiny, 1 stiaw hat, li writing tablets, li
note books, 1 bill (lie, 14 pkgs. (lie
crackers, 2 prs. drawers, 12 chairs, I
counter scale, 1 water Alter, 1 Ico
(best, 1 safe, I stove, 4 bottles oil, 7
bottles vaseline, 1 pkg. maccnionl, I
boxes tooth powder, 1 box fish hooks,
r snuouis, 4 bottles lemon oxtrnct, 1
Ico shave, 2 bottles castor oil, 1 Uil
lit'Bo counting board, S corn pipes, 2
pkgs. hops, 2 doz. plates, 1 Jar mar
bles, 4 lamp globes, 21 bottles Bplces,
4 bottles pickles, 2 pkgs. blnl beed. I
pkg. coin staich, :i tins spices, 1 clock,
lot or ID i wood, paper bags, note pa
per chop sticks, shoo strlugB, threads,
toilet boap, matches and one case sun.
dry goods, etc., etc.
Dated at Honolulu, Dec. 20th, 190.
J. 8. kalakii:la,
Deputy Slieilff of Honolulu,
County or Oaliu. ,
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