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EVENING BUL1BTIN, HONOLULU, T. H..1MONDAY, DEC. 7, 1908. .
A crown of glory ia a beautiful
head of hair. An Australian lady
Newest Dress Trimmings
c f - : '.
One of the largest and best assortments we have shown at Excep
tionally low Prices. Colored Trimmings will be used extensively this
Season. We lmvc a pretty assortment in color combinations.
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now in London
date Jan. 28,
PERSIAN FILET BAND TRIMMINGS.
Embroidcied Tongcc Bands in Persian effects. Applique Trimmings
in new designs.
SILK FRINGES in Black, Whits, and colors. SILK TASSELS, DROPS
and PENDANTS, GOLD BRAIDS and CORDS. In fact, everything new ,
and up-to-date, you will find in our Tiimming Dept.
SECOND DISPLAY OF
New Fall Hats and
that have just arrived per S. S. ALA
MEDA will be on display, beginning
- Monday, Dec. 7th
Shades and Styles.
Dainty Pink, Blue, and White Hats
in Bcngaline Silk, trimmed in
Plumes and Flowers for Christmas,
A special lot of handsome PLUME
TRIMMED BLACK HATS.
BUFFALO BILL HATS.
Children's TRIMMED FELTS.a new
assortment in leading colors.
Our Mail Order Department is thor
oughly equipped to serve out-of-town
patrons in a satisfactory manner.
Prompt and careful attention given
to all orders.
Monday & Tuesday
Fruit of the Loom Cotton, soft fin
ish, yard wide, 10 yard.
35c Box RUCHINGS at 25. Six
neck lengths per box; no (wo alike.
$1.25 SATINS 85.
Just right for Fancy Work and
Pillow Backs. 21 inches wide, in a
nriety of colon.
Lace and Insertion
for the making of curtains, in white
and ecru) -10 and 50 a dozen
ECRU CLUNY LACE and INSER
TIONS for curtain-making, 10 and
15 a yard. V
A sample line, no two alike. Come
and sec them.
hu dona my hair
a world of vomt.
Thcikl to It. nr tub-
Is now thick, floMj,
anil ift, and wia
plaited li 65 liichta
long. Aytr'a Hair Vigor
ought to b IMd
very woman who
taken pride In her
You also may have J
auch a crown of
glory if you will
follow tha ex-
ample of this lady and use
It will remove all dandruff and
make- your hair rich and abundant.
Tntmi t Dr. 1. 6, Aw 4 U, Imll, Hut.. U. S.A.
laHl aWkrffhH Ii
IS BONHF UNION
On His Department
For The Year
WOULD RETAIN IN OFFICE
POSTMASTERS OF EFFICIENCY
Temperatures G n. ni . 72: K A. in
": 10 n. m, 7C; noon, 7C; morning
Ilnromctcr, 8 n. in . 30.12; nlixotutc
limuldltyj, 8 n. m., 0 27f! grains 'per
(iililc foot; relative humidity, 8 n. ni ,
03 pec cent; ilow point, 8 a. m, (!3
Wind 0 ii. in, udoclly 7. direction
I." : 8 n. iu cloclty 24, direction N. K.j
10 n. in, tonicity 20, direction N i:.j
loon. Telocity 17, direction N. K.
Halnfnll during 24 hours eroded 8 n.
m. .01 Inch
Total wind i mnvepient during 21
hours ended n't' noon, 323' miles,
Wit. D. 8TOCK1IAN,
Soctlon Dliatctor. Weather Bureau.
J3""For Rent", tarda on tala at
3ulletln office. . J
Building Site at
try Club. 2 Acres
for $7.50. Scenery
P. E R; Straikch
IF you 4pn't know ( exactly what .to get for
Christmas Preseritfe a visit to our Oriental
Department will quickly solve the Puzzle.
Handsome Oriental CkTocts
Kimonas, Mandarin Coats,,
Lacquer Ware, Brasses,
Flower Pots, Jardinieres, ,
,. Japanese TVt& Coffee Sets
Toys, Papeteries, Vienna Statuary
AH New and Specially Selected, the Finest we have ever had;
OUR LINE OF SPECIALLY IMFOETED TOYS for Christmas is worth see
ing. Here you can get anything in TOYS that a child could wish for at
remarkably Low Figures. Our PAPETERIES ore iasteful, and we now
have "some exquisitely artistic VIENNA STATUARY that you would like
Pay its a Visit
H. Hackfeld & Cor,Ltd.
' ,) f rt t . ". CORNER OF FORT AND QUEEN! STREETS: ' ' "
$1.50 to $3.50
Parcels Post System Oreat Defl-
dt Campaign, of Education
Among Children of
WASHINGTON. D. C, Nov 29.
lii Ills a nmi nl report for tho fiscal
cnr ended Juno 30, 1908, Postmas
ter (Jcncral Mejcc gives the total re
telpta for the J car as $208,3ul,8SC,
thcrcliy Bhowlne a deficit of $16,
)71,222, tho largest In tho hlsforj of
tho department, with nn additional
loss from fire, hurglnry, etc , of S'!7,-
Ono. The dcllclt of 1909 It Is esti
mated again will exceed $10,000,000.
Attention is particularly called to
a number of Improvements In busi
ness methods of the department as
tciKlinc tn Its advnntago and tho
saying of considerable amounts. Rec
ommendation Is again made for the
creation of tho position of director
of posts, at u high' salary, and who
shall hold ofllce during good behav
ior, the object being to hae a con
tinuity of policies for tho benefit of
tho postal service nnd the people of
the United States.
TIio 'nccessliy for1 good roads is
pointed out In connection ntth tho
development of tho rural frco deliv
ery service It Is suggested that
should Congress grnnt the depart
ment authority to utilize rural
routes still further by tllo establish
ment of a limited parcel post con
fined entirely to rural dclUery
routes, it would then bo posslblo to
earn additional revenuo amounting
to millions of dollars and at tho
same tlmo benefit tho farmer by en
abling lilm to hnvo' 'merchandise de
'llvcred when ordered by telephone
or postal card, which otherwise
would not' bo purchased. "The spej
clal parcel post, Isajs the I'osfmas"
tcr General. " ill. enable tho farm
ers o hao small pSrpci dtljvcfed
at their 'gates, 'tor llvo beiicr, rindto
gbjsjln easily thq necessaries of JJfe.;1
Permfsslon Is requested tojeltabllsfi
cxpeflmentally a limited parcel post
in not (o exceed four counties In
order to 'dchionstrato tho practicabil
ity of the plan.
The Postmaster tleneral apln urg
ci legislation permitting tho estab
lishment of postal savings banks or
depositaries In connection with post
offices, 'i w '
Experiments with stamp vending
machines, says tho Postmaster 'GCn'-'
oral, arc Btlll being conducted, with
every prospect that the defects which
developed In tho preliminary tests
will be overcome. Theso machines.
It is expected by tho department, will
add immeasurably to tho public con
Tho campaign of edmatlon In 'tha
school houses fnsninttrs pertaining
to 'tho ordinary operation of the pos
tnl service, so as to emphasize, tho
importance of caroful addressing, trie
pla'clng'of the name and address of
tho sender on envelopes, etc. Is rec
npiniend'cd to he continued, so hk to
saVo hundreds 'of thousnnds of letters
anil packages from going tn tho deai
letter office, ench year, as Is; now
VV marked Improvement in tho cf
ilelency of tho service Is noted by tha
PosOijaster' General which, hVsays,
Is ' duo to the' policy of retaining
ptistmuslcrs of nil grades whose rec
ords IniYu bfcn satisfactory. HoMio
IIqvcs, however, that the appoint
ments of second- and" third-class ppst
ma'stcrs should Ho with tho Postmas
ter 'General, as Is now tlio practho
with ' fourth-class offices, Thls( ho
fe.ij's, wo'(tld rcsero to tio I'rcsldoriC
tb'p appointment pt postmasters at
tliu' nioro Important offices and re
lievo him of 11 vast amount of rou
tlno 'work' that Is a lax upon ha
TJi'0 Po'sllno'ster Odneral puts him
self cm record ns Icing ileclduclly op
poaci) to the law wlijcli prohbts'the
establishment of postal Btatlons
more than' five Miles bcond tbo "cor
porate llmitH of a city, nlthoijgh 1)0.
Fays' n6 such restriction exists' with
reforenqo to tllo extension of tjie
frc'o delivery service. Tho dppafl-
menf, hA declares, should not ie
placed n the position of being able
to deliver mail from door to door
and at the sahio tlmo of being fori
bidden fd supply thp district so serv
ed'wlth tho Other usual poatnl con
veilliSnceH. Tho ropoal of tho law
inmpJuiuCO of Is urge'd.
Tho mklulpiiuncu nf a sultabio lips
Inl hervlco jq Now York City. It' la
htatcd, becomos ihoro difficult each
jenr and requires, increased oxpcndl
turos In, order to roduco so far aa pos
slblo (bo heavy conKeutlon of mol,
nmicr luere. 1119 ruBimawvr ucn
oral epejlcf; of what hus hern dono to
uhrri rnmpdtine thin cnnilltlon. and
sajs-that a night dollery In tho rest-' H', i optho Island.
Regal Christmas Shoes
FOR MEN .
IN THE NEWEST FALL SHADES AND PATTERNS
Nothing makes a more sensible and
practical gift than one of our Christ
mas Certificates an order for a pair of
Regal Shoes, Black Russian Calf,Russet
Copper Tans two of our handsomest
Buy your husband a pdir of
Ii you find a slipper just as
goofi as pne of our Regals, you
will also find that it is much
REGAL SHOE STORE
McCandless Building : Corner of King aud Bethel Streets
dentlal section has gona far tn that
direction, , r.
UecowpieodMlon is again made that
tho Icaio of absence with pay allowed
by law tp cmplojcs of the postal ser-
vicu vo lncrraseu iruin iiiiui-u iu uni
ty days whrnover tho postal rovenuos
Warrant It. .
While favoring an increase in pay I
of tho supervisory cmplojes n post1
nOlccs, tho postmaster General sa)Si
ho has n,qt estimated for additional!
promotions for. the coming jcar be
cause of tho great Increase in tho do-'
In regard to pneumatic tubp ser
lce, It Is stated that tho commission
appointed under, tho Act of Congress
of May 27, 1908, to inquire into tho
feasibility of tio go eminent acquir
ing nnd operating Iho pneumatic tube
senfee, has completed Its. work and
that tho report will bo submitted to
Congress soon after It concnes. No
hn( is Riven regarding Hu commls
Tho recent establishment of the 2
cent-aii ounce rate of letter postago
between tho United States and tha
United Kingdom or Groat Britain and
Ireland will. It Is stated, bavo the et
feet pf bringing about greater postal
receipts. "A lower postage rafo will
prove another, bond toward closer so
cial and commercial relations between
tho two great English speaking coun
tries." it is stated, "nnd It will do
much to cuabo our manufacturers, to
better aiverlBO (heir goods and thus
mcreubo incir saics pi iioso coun
tries." Modern progress, It is added,
Is annihilating distance, nnd revolu
tionized methods in shipbuilding hao
made tho Kncllsh markets but'a fow
da) 11 from American ports. It, Is
urged that cheaper and direct mall
service, as a stimulus to business and
friendly Intercourse of nations, should
bo extended wherever practicable,
Figures relating to tho railway null
service show; a decrease of 15 In tho
number , of riilv)ay postal clerks killed
and of ,21 Injured a compared, wlti
thq fiscal J par 1907. 1 11 1SDJJ thero
wqrp 4'clorks and 2' substitutes klloi
u'nd' 101 serious and H&G slightly In
jured, ncrommoiidntton Is made that
Hllwny postal clerks bo given annual
cavo of absenco with nay for thirty
dais and that wlion so seriously li
i.blod as not to bq nble tp rosumo duty
at tho' expiration of twcho mu'ths,
tjiey may bo granted disability l;uo
wiin pay at nny per ceni 01 incir reg
ular comiicnsatlon during such' disa
bility for not exceeding twolvo addi
Tho regulations covering "samplo"
copies arp trcatqd atlcngUi.ln h'ii re
port, tho I'ostmastpr Genial coqclinl
Ink with tho statement that tho pub
llsljcrs, With rare exceptions, hao en
rinrRil flirt imulHrtn nf tfin ilntmrtiiu lit
am) commended It for tho courso It
piiwuod. t C , ,
Tho,attcntlon ut Congress is Invited
to the previous recommendation for u
reduction in tho rato and an Increase
in mo wcigiii Hy i iqunn Class
matter "fn order tn romovo an unjust
itscrimliintlon to nnr pwn pcoplo"?
Mnrston Campbell and Land Pom
mlssfoner I'ratt will lenvu for Kauai
'thursdny to bo gono about a' week
Pratt will hco to thp final settlement ol
tho Kapan town lots, whllo Camplndl
will look after tho public, Itllltles, In
(ho wa of water supply, railroads ani
Our New Line of
Mesh Bags and Purses
it going liks hot cakes.
The quality of the Roods in connection with the I0W
PBICES will limply astonish you.
You can now see our lane assortment of JEWELRY,
TOILET WABE, and NOVELTIES.
J. A. R. VIERRA & CO.,
This sale applies only to the main store at Elecle.
A Great Reduction in all Lines of
These will be sold at LESS THAN COST: ENGLISH
TAILOR OO0DS, BOOTS and SHOES, HATS and CAPS,
MEN'S SOCKS, At Sacrifice Prices. All These Prices
A fine line of Fancy Wines and Liquor for the Christ
mas trade in our Liquor Department.
J. I. Silva's Store, Eleele, Kauai
and SKEETGO burned in n skcetgo lamp sends them
staggering away. You cannot 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.
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
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