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EVHKINO BULLETIN, HONOLTJLTJr T. IT.. FTUDAY, DEC. 4. 1909.
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
A Full assortment of
for Ladies and Children,
Fitted Bags, etc.,
Now on Display
HOUSE.' One rote ZtDL I Ul llluMs
and SKEETGO burned in a skcctgo lamp sends them
staggering away. You canrot have comfort reading
nor can the children study to advantage fighting mos
quitoes. Buy a SKEETGO LAMP. Complete $1.00.
Tops to fit any lamp, FIFTY CENTS.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS.
HE label on a
Cluett shirt stands
for the best mate
rials, the most careful
workmanship, the" most
fast fabrics and that ex-!
elusive control of the
patterns which means so
much to the man who
strives to escape the
ordinaryvjn his attire.
I $1.50 and more.
CLUETT, fKABODT & COMPANY, Ttor, N. T.
UU(crf Arrow GoUut
Territory is Securing
Land For This
Upper Kort Is Hi be widened, mid
with tills end In view the. Territory In
acquiring lltlo to a niimlicr of strip's
of land niong the edge of tho street
troin tho various property owners.
Three land exchanges were, filed this
inornliiK In the ofllce of the Registrar
of Public Conoyniiccs which have n
direct hearing on tho widening of this
J. K Aea convoyed two lots with an
area of 133 square feet on upper Fort
street above Vineyard In exchungo for
20C square (cct In the name locality.
This exchange was effected to facil
itate the work ofwldenlng tho street.
A deed was flled by which Jan. I
McLean conveyed to the Territory of
Hawaii a Ktrlp'of land 10 feet wldo and
containing an area of 191G square feet
on the Walklkl sldo of Nuiiami aemie
from l'auahl to Chaplain Lane, In ex-
ch an no for this property Mr. McLean
Is granted a piece of land In Nmianit
II. M. Whitney has deeded 317
fquare feet of land for tho widening
of Fort street near Chrlstley Lano to
the Territory. In exchange for this
property Harry Whitney is given threo
choice lots on Tantalus Heights.
OF KATHARINE G00DS0N
!eschct(zky, the celebrated teacher
of Paderowskl, Katharine Goodson,
and many other famous pianists, is
well known for his witty and often
sarcastic, remarks. Onco during a
lesson to the voting artist Kathailne
Goodxon, (who Is about to begin her
third American tour, after winning
triumph after triumph In all the chief
cities of Europe, America and Aus
tralia) he was not In his best mood:
with some show of Irritation he said.
"You play wildly like a oung lioness,
just ub your hair looks!" This re
ferred to n mass of wavy golden hair
flowing loosely ocr her shoulders,
after the fashion -of young Encllsh
girls. The rr'mnrk so roused tho stfrrlt
in tno pupil that she f trnlghtway went
and had her hair cut close, like a boy;
tho Professor's utter astonishment and
nmusement at tho next lesson can well
Reserved seats for the recital to be
given nt the Opera House next Tuos-,
day nfternSou are going fast at the
Bcrgstrom Music Co. The prices are
f 1, 12, and I2.&0. All muMc pupils of
the different schools who bring a note
from their teacher will receive a spec
ial rate of 11. CO In the balcony and 50c
In the gallery.
Records of Privy ""
Council Will Not
' Be Published Now
Acting Governor Mott-Smlth Is
starring a campaign of economy In
tho various departments, nnd the first
expensive matter that he has shut
down on Is the publication of the
records ofthe Privy Council.
The publication of these valuable
records was to have been done from
the incidental appropriation of the
Archives building, nnd It was estl
mntpd that the cost of the work
would be about $1000, or perhaps a
trifle more. The total incidental ap
propriation amounts to 15000.
The ActlngNGovcrnor has decided,
however, to let this matter lapse for
the present, and will only go ahead
with the work of preparing tho print
er's copy of the records. It Is neces
sary that printer's copy of the rec
ords bo prepared, ob the original doc
uments are extremely valuable and
cannot be removed from the Archives
Theodore A. Hell will becomo conn-
i.ol for Western Pacific, says "Doc"
Prathcr of Lako county In Los Angeles,
John D. Rockefeller on witness stand
In New York admits participation in
many big railroad deals and bares the
secrets of his personal holdings.
. PORT jNOOOD TIME
Fifty-two cabin passengers, forty
five -steerage, 211 sacks of mail, and
1607 tOns-ofi miscellaneous freight
were brought In this morning by tho
Oceanic liner Alameda, Though an
hour and a Half late In leaving her
dock In San Francisco, the Alameda
made up time and was sighted off
Diamond Head shortly before 7
o'clock this morning.
Delightful weather was experienc
ed all the way across nnd the trip
was one of the most enjoyable that
the popular ship has made this sea
son.. Tho passengers all expressed
their -satisfaction at the treatment
which had been accorded them, and
Captain Uowdcll, Purser Smith, and
Dr. Clark were the recipients of
many good .wishes as they bade thel
guests goyd-by this morning.
The Oceania, whnrt was packed
when Ufcf Alameda hove alongside
this 'morning, and there was a mad
scramble or places near the gang
way. While tho ship was yet a long
way from the wharf there were shout
cd interchanges of greeting between
tli oso on.shpre and their friends and
i datives aboard.. '
Major' P. ,W. Foster, Captain J. C.
Castner, ithd Captain Bturges,' mem
bers df tilt board appointed to Ipcate
the new A fray post at Lellehua, were
among tho passengers, s
The Alumeda brought In n large
consignment of Christmas goods to
local stores, as well as a large num
ber of holiday presents from the
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We want you to subscribe for the Automatic
Telephone. We have hundreds of subscribers
now. We agree with you in our contract not
to charge a cent for service' until we can con
nect you with iooo bona fide subscribers.
Many people have come to us post haste to
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Ask them if they are not.
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I WHAT ARMY AND NAVY
I pdt.v auk nnran
CLAIMS 9 VICTIMS
Tho following report for tho past
fifteen days has been received by M,
P. Iloblnson, president of tho Terri
torial Hoard of Health:
"I iravo the honor to report tho num
ber of deaths which have, occurred
from the following contagious diseases
In the city of. Honolulu during tho 'fif
teen days endod November 30th, 1908:
Dlptlieria, 0; plague, 0; tuberculosis,
9; typhoid fover. 0; total, 9.''
Captain J. C. Castner, constructing
quartermaster, United States Army,
who arrived hero on the Alameda this
morning tpiake 'charge of the con
struction of the now brlgado post at
Lellehua, has a most Interesting Ar
my lecord." Throughout the early
troubles In 'tho Philippine Islands.
Captain Castner was In the thick of
the fighting. He was chief of scouts
under General linwton, before that
gallant officer wan killed, and It fell
to him to organize the first company
of Philippine scouts ever formed.
Captain Castner will bo stationed
hero for a couple of years, or until
tlic new post Is completed, lleforo
being detailed as quartermaster he
was a captain in the Fourth United
Major and Mrs. F. W. Foster of tho
Fifth United States Cavalry urrlvedj
nere inis moruiui, uti uiu mumeuu.
Major Foster Is a member of the
board appointed to select the site for
the new Army post at Lellehua. His
squadron of the Fifth will arrive lieie
Among the passengers who arrived
on the'Alameda this morning was
Captain Sturges of tho Fifth Cavalry.
Cnptain.Sturges Is n member of tho
board to peloct a Bite for the pew
Roderick! Say, old man, why In
the world Is that toglment of girls
wandering about tho gridlton? Van
Albert: Why. they are the gleaners.
Roderick: Gleaners? What are they
gleaning?' Van Albert: Why, looso
hair to fill bo fa pillows.
Marcal lino Compiles.
Record of Court
John Mnrcstllno, clerk of Judge
Alexander LlmKiv's Court, has com
plied a schedule of the work ilouu In
that Court for tho past year. Tho num
ber of cases and their titles tiro given.
The report Is as follows;
Civil cases witn jury rcjecimeni:
Judgment for plaintiff, 1; motion for
now trial granted, 1.
Civil coses without Jury Assump
sit: Judgment fur the plaintiff. 12;
for defendant, 1; for garnishee, 2.
Actions to quiet title Judgment for
tiaoeas corpus umiiieu, i, iu
-Mandamus Questions reserved to
the Supreme Court, 2.
Equity Creditor's bill, refused, 1:
lorcclosurc of moitgage. granted, 10;
t-peclllc performance, granted, 1 ; portl-
tioa, granted. ;i; dim tu declare a trust,
plea to Jurisdiction, sustained, 1: ap
pointment of trustees, granted, 2; ac
counting, granted, 4; Injunctions,
granted, 8. t
Admeasurement of dower, granted,
1; petitions for administration, grout
ed, 33; appointment of temporary ad
ministrators, granted, 4; appointment
of administrators do bonis non, 2; pro
bate of will granted, 20; petitions to
confirm appointments of trustees, 1;
implication for letters or guardianship,
granted 30, refused 1; guurdlans re
moved, 2; guardians resigned, 2; ii
polntmcnt of guardians lid litem, 5;
annual accounts of guardians 34. of
trustees 25, of administration C, of ex
ecutors 4; trustees' semiannual ac
counts, 1. I
Petitions for approval of final ac-1
counts: Guardians, 7; trustees, 2; ad
ministrators, 20; tempororay adminis
trators, 4; executors, 1G.
Petitions to sell real estnto, 3; for
partial distribution, 2; for udoptlou, 5.
Contempt of court, 1.
Petition to substltiito guardian's
bonds, 1; contest of probate of will
stricken from the flics, 1.
Assault and battery: Indictments, 3;
t.ppeals,n4; acquitted, 1; uol.-proBsed.
Si Convictions, Americans 1, Hawaii
nns 3, others 1'; appoals withdrawn, 1.
Assault with a weapon: Indict
- (Burglary, second degreo: Indict
ments, 3;' nol.-prossed, 1; convicted,
Hawaiian 1. Chinese 1,
Larceny, first degree: Indictments. 1
Larceny, second degree: Indict
mollis, 1; nol.-proesed, 1.
Llqiior-lawYlolatlons: Appoals, 4;
rcqultted, 2; Hawaiian convicted 1,
Malicious Injury: Appeal. 1; appeal
Nuisances: Appeals, 2; acquitted.
I; appeal withdrawn, 1.
Profanity: Appeals, 1; acquitted, 1.
Sexual Intercourse with a femulo
under the ago of 14: Indictments, 1;
llawallun convicted 1,
Sabbath-law lol.itlon: Appeals, 8;
Hnwallans comlctcd, 4; Portuguese
Vagrancy: Appeals. 1; Japanese
Violation of tho gutter ordinance:
Appeals, 2; Amprlcans convicted, 2.
Mrs. Jack Gardner of Iloston, In
volved with Mrs. Chadbourno of Chi
cago In charges of evading payment of
duty on 180,000 worth of foreign goods,
has engaged lawyers to proveut ilia
government fioni selimg her property.
Tho Legislature of Victoria, Austra
lia, has passed a bill giving women
tcs In state elections.
George Schunoman, 17 years old.
under arrest In tho Brooklyn (N. Y.)
Juvenile court, sot himself on flro by
pulling a not uoit in Ms iiocket.
Miss Emmellno II. Nelson Is to wed
Earl Wlngert Uaruhard. university
Miss CharlottcC. Kent wodder to
Congiessman George C. Stmgls ''of
We will Show Tomorrow
A Special Purchase of
Astonishing Values in Suits at
$7.50, $8.50, $10,50 and $12.50
Snappy, Stylish, and Up-To-Qate
Conie to Our '
Honolulu Department Store
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Finely Engraved Jewelry
Makes a gift doubly acceptable. We are prepared to
engrave every article bought from us in the nicest manner
possible. t " '
See our Christmas
Stock of JEWELRY, WATCHES,
Something for everybody,
including the Boss' of the
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1142 Fort Street
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latest improvements in
equipment or those
who have Kodaks.
That's our suggestion
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