Newspaper Page Text
EVnNINO MJM.ETIN, HONOLULU, 'T. lt.,.FitlDAY, NOV. 13, 1008.
" " o n your
lawn freely this month, so that when
the winter rains come you can get the
best results. We have Forccgrowth
in 25, 50 and 100 pound bags with
printed directions on each bag.
The Lawn Mower, Rake, Yard
Broom and other tools that you need
to help the Forccgrowth make the lawn
can also be P A Hall fan
furnished hv L V.IICIII U JVI1.,
h- - - wwm&mm
iir. w:a fi , -&2m
'..'-rr' -.'r.v -. K,.j.m.
Wholesale and Retail
HOSPITAL for Cattle, Horses and Dogs.
Consultations Personal or by Letter.
All communications confidential.
H. JOHN POTTIE, Veterinary Surgeon
HOLIDAY SHOPPING MADE EASY at
JEWELRY STORE. His store will be open Saturday
evenings up to Dec. 12th and then every evening; to Dec. 24.
COME EARLY. Select your goods and have them put
away for you. Mail orders promptly attended to.
M. R. Counter,
P. 0. BOX 827.
RUDIE THE BOER
BRINGS BRIDE, AND AMIBITIONS
FOR FRESH HONORS
Is Headed for Australia Now, but
Promises to Come Back and Spend
a Goodly Amount of Time in Oahu's
Fair Capital bytne&ea
liner Unliolz. lightweight lighter,
aspirant after chnnilonshli honor3,
nnd game little Ind. arrived this
morning on the Alameda. Tho Ilocr
In accompanied by his ncw-mado
hriclo and by his brother, and has
Marled on a trip around tho world.
Unholz hopes to set away tomor
row by the Aornngl. as he has prey
ing engagements In Australia. Ilo
expects to annex Mime niilncy In tho
South Scan and Incidentally add to
IiIk fame. Ily the time he returns to
tho Pacific Coast ho expects to have
sprureil nil light-weight honors hut
tho championship; that ho will then
proceed to corral.
! "I should like to stay ocr In Ho
nolulu for several weens, unu snouiu
piohahly have done so, but for tho
fact that my hand Is still In bad
condition as the result of tho Injury
which It siuta tied In my flRht Wth
Thompson," said Unholz this moru
las when seen on the Alameda.
"I Ind It not been for that, I
should have tried to arrange ft fow
exhibition bouts here. However, I
am coming hack again sonic day and
then j ou can bet that It's no snide
tont-four hours for mo In this lit
tle old town. I want my wife to see
what there Is to see, and I can't af
ford to leave Uonolulu out of my Ilg
urlng." The Unci's hand is In bad condi
tion. Some of tho bones were brok
en nnd even now he Is unable to
I make any use of it.
x a a
AROUND THE WORLD
ON FOOT HIS AIM
STALWART BRITISHER PLANS TO
TRAVEL TWO YEARS
A journey around tho world with
out the expenditure of a cent of mon
ey other than what ne earns en
I route Is the task that Henry Benton,
a stalwart Ilrltlshcr.who arrived hero
this morning on the Alameda has set
for himself. Beaton mado his start
from Southampton and expects to
keep on going until ho reaches the
ugni l.ltllc 1810 irom mc ouier
From Southampton Benton workoU
his way a Now York on a steamer.
Krom the metropolis he started on
his journey overland on foot. It
took him six months and twcnly
throq days to reach San Francisco,
but he landed there safo nnd sound
nnd at once shipped on the Alameda
for tho Pnclllc ocean voyage.
Krom here Sciton expects to get to
Australia, probably working his wnv
on tho Aorangl to Sjdnoy. From
Sydney he will walk to llrishnnc, di
rectly across tho island, and will
.there take ship for Japan.
I Scnton Is n big, blond-hcndcd giant
who carries a smile on his face that
seems to illuminate the entire land
scape. He" became a great fnvorlto
with his shipmates of the Alameda
and when he Btarts for Australia ho
will take the good wishes of a host
of pcopla with him. Ho expects to
complete his Journey within two
ON THE BUM!
REILLY BEATS HIS
WAY TO COAST
HE AND WEBER STOW AWAY ON
New Woolen Sweaters
ALL FAST COLORS JUST ARRIVED.
Children's Romper Suits
Yee Chan & Co.,
KING AND BETHEL.
This shoe comes as near perfection
as finest materials and expert work
manship can bring it.
Made of finest Black Kin? Calf,
with full leather lininp;. An ideal
dull leather shoe for business and
Renerel wear. It has attractive style
nnd excellent wearing qualities.
EXPERT REPAIRING OF OLD
SHOES DONE IN A JIFFY.
I When Vessel Reaches High Seat,
Both Lads Are Found on Board
, Without Tickets or Other Travel Cre
dentials Given Employment
When Charles Weber and Chaillc
Itellly sailed for tho mainland on
tho last trip of tho Alameda they
did not go through tho formality of
purchasing tickets. They went
nboard tho Alameda with tho crowd,
nnd, when tho ship left her whnrf,
they stowed 'thomsohos away bencnth
some, tnrpaulns nnd remained hidden
until oll out to sea.
When finally routed' out, the win
ner nnd loser of many local bat
tles, frankly admitted their Inability
to produce the little, slips of paper
needed to give them iiermlsslon to
ride on the Oceanic liner. They wero
very much on board, howovor, and
they could hardly bo dropped over
board, so there was nothing for It
but to keep them until San Kranclbco
Somo gopd, healthy work was
found for tho two lads and they
managed to givo tho company full ro
turn for value received beforo tho
end of the journey was reached.
WHITNEY 4 MARSH, LTD.
On Monday, the 16th,
WE WILL PLACE ON
A LIMITED NUMBER OF OUR
French and Irish
Pure Linen, embroidered, reduced from
$15 to $10
Heavy Linen, embroidered, reduced from
$18 to $13.50
French Lawn, handsomely embroidered,
reduced from $35 to $20
3 Lace Robes, 2 Cream, and 1 Black, re
duced from $40 to $1?
New Season flannelettes,
1 5c to 20c yard
SPOUTS BY THE
If CIihiIIu Itellly had barkened to
the advice of his admirers, and given
I'ranklc Smith that bout he w anted,
heforo lcalng heio. ho noulil havo
been able to leao Honolulu In a less
tindlgnlflcd manner than that of stick.
Ing his head under a barrel and trjlng
to bent tho steamship company. Itett-4
ly showed himself to ha a gama little,
lad while hcto and won for himself a
host of admirers. IIIr manner ol leav
ing was not to the liking of oery one,
hottocr, and tho way In w,hlch ho
made the Journey was certaluli not to
If Tommy Ilurns curried out his
present axowcil plan of settling In
8dney, 'Ji- somo other place In Aus
tralia, after hlR light with Johnson, ho
will hurt tho feelings of a whole lot
of lardy admirers whoso tender sensi
bilities are easily wrought up. As a
matter of fact, thoro Is no ono that
will Iiiiwi any kick coming, let Tommy
sottlo whero ho may. i:ory ono will
bo sorry to sco tho gonial lad change
his placo of ahodu, but ho ucer got
anj thing In America that ho did not
tight for. No man over got a harder
deal from tho fans than was handed
out to Tommy Burns when ho w-
trylng to fight his way to tho top. Did
he knock out a clovor ono, everybody
fhouted "Kluko"; did ho gracefully
put u big man on tho wrong sldo of
tho mono, tho fans hooted, "Dub.''
Tommy flurns earned his laurels In
splto of the knocking of soreheads and
ho Is now fully entitled to live Just
whero ho pleases and whero he can on
joy his honors to tho fullest extent.
GRAND OPENING of NEW GOODS
In our CLOTHING and FURNISHING GOODS DEPARTMENT
Endless Variety of Fashionable Wearing Apparel a Reduced Prices
Up-To-Date Men's Suits-Finish and style unexcelled
Men s Dark Cloth Suits, stylish and
fashionable, at $20, $17.50,12,50, $10.50,
, Men's Blue and Black Worsted Suits at
$20, $17.50, $15, $10.50, $8.50 and
100 Men's HOMESPUN SUITS, worth $8.50; in every size and color, at $5.00
Hats for Men
The very latest shapes, all
the new colors,
at$l, $1.50, S2, $3, $3.50
WHY P $5.00 for a Hat
when we can give
you one just as C9 c A
good for - - yJJV
Snappy, Dressy and Good
Any Color You Want
At $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2
All the Latest Shapes in Derbys at $3.50
EXFERT REPAIRING OF OLD SHOES DONE IN A JIFFY.
REGAL SHOE STORE,
CORNER OF KINS AND BETHEL STREETS.
Doer Unlioltz expects to annox a
quantity of money out In Australia and
certnlnlv aood sportsmen will wish
him good luck In his undortnklmt. Tho
Idea of turning a honomoon into a
profestlonal scrapplnB tour, Is a hit
untnuo, but Ilndle tho floor Is not ol
loulng hlmsolf to bo handicapped by
any old-fashioned customs or regula
tions. Certainly Mrs. Iludlo ulll bo a
consldurablo comfort If things don't
nlwuys go Just right; If they do, sho
will ho helpful In assisting Itudle to
tcjoice. That lad has n head on his
shoulders and his sour certainly de
scries to bo n success.
Women suffragettes chain them
selves to rail In Houso of Commons
gallery and their removal In dlmcult.
Iluiglar Is captured by citizen ami
two policemen after pistol light In
Sutter street. Ban Francibco.
Alfied 11. Curtis prntOBts ngilnst
tho making of enormous loans by
Bank of North Amorlca.
Mine. Illiinclie Arral scoies til
I'liiph In eoncert at Van Ness Theater,
By Hour or Trip.
6. C. Beokley, Jr.
Largest and Cheapest Stock in Honolulu
DRESS SHIRTS at $1.00, $2.00, $2.50, and $3.00.
NEGLIGEE SHIRTS at 76c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50.
WORKING SHIRTS. Big line at 50c 75c, $1.00.
BOYS' SHIRTS at 50c, 75c, and $1.00.
You can have any style in Shirts you want and SAVE BIG
BALBRIGGAN UNDER SHIRTS AND DRAWERS at 25c,
50c, 75c, and $1.00.
INDIA GAUZE UNDER SHIRTS AND DRAWERS at 50c,
75c, and $1.00.
HEN'S SOX; Black, Tan, Fancy Colon; a Great Stock;
at 2 prs. for 25c, 20c, 25c, 35c, 50c, and 75c.
Good Quality Natural Wool UNDER SHIRTS and DRAW
ERS, at S1.00. f
ELASTIC 6EAM DRAWERS, All Sizes, at 35c and 75c.
PAJAMAS and NIGHT SHIRTS Our new stock is very complete. Night Shirts at 75c, 90c
$1.25. Pajamas in 10 different Hinds, well made and fast colors, at $1.50, $1.75,
$2.00, $2.25, $2.50 j
COLLARS, all shapes. SUSPENDERS, any kind you want. HANDKERCHIEFS, every prke
This is the place to buy Clothing and Furnishing Goods for Men and Boys
L B. KERR & CO, Ltd.
y, ? wAiwho, j, ,