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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, DEC. 21, 1908,
Only Three More
We are goinjr to make them Interesting Days,
and keep things moving Lively.
Three Souvenir Days:
TOMORROW- DRESSED DOLLS GIVEN
AWAY GRATIS with every $2.00 and $5.00 purchase.
WEDNESDAY DECORATED RUBBER
BALLS and SCHOOL OUTFITS (your choice) with
every dollar purchase.
THURSDAY HANDSOME SILK FANS
gratis with a Dollar Purchase, As the quantity of
.Souvenirs is limitsd each day, we would advise early
' The doll contest closes Thursday night at 10
o'clock. Send in your votes as early as possible.
The dolls will be delivered
to the lucky ones
THE PLACE TO DO YOUR1 CHRISTMAS SHOPPING.
FELL FROM TOP OF
Killed At Molokai
Tho construction of the new light'
house on Molokai, which Is now being'
built by the U. 8. engineers, hns craved
ono human life, namely that of John
Souza, a Portuguese laborers, who was
killed by falling from tho present
height of tho tower, about ninety feet,
The superintendent of construction
this afternoon pno out tho following
official statement of tho accident:
Fatal accident to John Souza, Por
tuguese, laborer at Molokai light sta
tion, Knlaupapa, Molokai, occurred Fri
day, December 18, nt about 3 p. m.
Tho laborer was working on top of the
paw tower that Is being constructed)
There Is an clevnior used for hoisting
concrcto In cars to the top of the
tower. These cars nro run ofT tho ele
vntor onto a track which goes around
tho tower. Two men are employed
emptying tho cars and putting them
l-nck on tho efevator. ! ,
The accident occurred as follows: It
was necessary for ono of the' men to
go below to get Inctnrctlons from the,
foreman regarding iu detail of the
work, Tho two men discussed tho
inntter and one of then went down pn
I he 'elevator after-pulling oft the load
ed car. Nothing more Is definitely,
known except that, as the elevator
was again going up empty, an empty
car came down on It with the laborer
John Souza falling after It. He struck
Jho car and was Instantly killed. It
Is presumed that he forgot what he
was doing nnd ran the empty car Into
the elevator well, remembering when
too late that the elevator twos not
there. Ho then tried to pull It back
rnd was drawn down with It. The de
ceased had as far as Is known, no rel
atives In Honolulu
Inexpensive and therefore proper as gifts to lady
TOnET WATERS, FINE SOAPS,
"" HANDKERCHIEF EXTRACTS,
FRENCH, ENGLISH, AMERICAN,
v Product of the Best Factories.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
HOTEL AND F0BT-. STREETS.
This sale applies only to the main store at Eleele.
A Great Reduction in all Lines of
COTTON GOODS '' "'"
. . ,' i
These will'besoU'a LESS THAH-C0ST: ENGLISH
TAILOR GOODS, BOOTS and SHOES, HATS and CAPS,
MEN'S 800KB, At Sacrifice Price; All These Prices
Strictly Cash. ' V " ,rT '- T " ,
A fine' line of Fancy1 Wises and Liqior for the Christ
mas trade in our Liquor Department.
J. I. Silva's Store, Eleele, Kauai
LUAU AT HAHEHAHEHA
A Hawaiian luau, given In commom-
oration of Founder's Day n the dining
room or tno Knraemmena uoys school
last Saturday night was an elaborate
?ffalr. The hall was fittingly decorat
ed for the occasion and the guests en
joyed themselves Immensely. The
tables wero laden with Hawaiian del
icacies and other tempting eatables.
Owing to the Inclemency of the
weather the attendance was not large,
buljhqse who were'riresent-werp sat
Isflod with'" the reception received at
the hands of the teachers and students
of.Kamehamelia. The absence of a
number of old students jvaa' conspicu
ous, but the deficiency was made up
tor by tho presence of joung gradu
ates. After the luau a literary and musical
program was gven. This lasted'untll
about 10:30 o'clock, when tho guests
GEORGE SEA NOT
DenutV HlBli Shefllt rjcorco Son
Wants It plfclnly understood that ho had
nothing to do 'with getting- evidence
agnlnst jiny plantation company in u
suit for damages. It' was erroneously
ktatcd In the morning paper that
George Sea helped Attorney K. C. Pet
ers In securing evidence against tho
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Com
pany in tho. damaga suit which' Wil
liam Allen may brlrfg for the killing
Of Ills son jln a railway accident.
George Sea was on tho other Islahd On
private business, concerning his own
family, and had nothing to do with
Peters save one afternoon when he
look an automobile ride with him for
ilS NOW OVERDUE
Sheriff Gives Credit To
"TJiat the nw llijuor law has been
most effecthe In arlually reducing
drunkenness and the crimes resulting
more or less directly from drunken
reus Is shown by the figures of the it
port on the arrests made during (he
past car as compared with those of
the previous enr," said Sheriff laikoa
this morning. "Of course, the report Is
not complete, as the figures for the
last week of the year arc et to be In
eluded, but wo have sufficient on hand
to gke us a good general Idea of the
results of the work of the year.
"First of all the arrests for drunken
hckb Iiao decreased no leas than thlr-ty-thrco
per cent, and, as the officers
lire still arresting people found drunk
In public places with as niuch strict-
The steamer Hyadcs, 'which has been
chartered by thV'MatsOn Navigation
Company for tho run between here and
tho coast, was duo hero yesterday
mornlnir. Her rielnv In nrrlilncF U n(.
trlbuted to heavy winds, which she nesj ever. I conclude that the de
must have encountered off the Pacific croaso must be directly due to tho if
Coast. flclency of the now law. furthermore
The Hyades Is not equipped with 'ho arrests for disturbing tho quiet of
wireless apparatus so, as no ship lias ,he nlKht navo falIon o!t forty-fhc per
reported seeing her, thu local agents ct'nt. and this offense is almost ulwas
lor the company oro unable to hazard duo t0 a tt0 ,ree U8e of liquor n the
a guess as to her probablo location. art ot t,le defendants.
Tho shlp.wlli be. supplied with a wire- "With regard to other offenses, we
loss equipment as soon as sho' Is And' that there has been a decreaso of
Placed regularly on her new rim. flv Per ce !a f arrests for gamb-
' ' i ' f y j ling, of fifteen per cent In the arrests
till ilil'ii&t 1111 I IIP !for 'nrce"'- anJ of ,en l)Pr eent ln ll
BILUNMWjIlLL BE j-S E.TviW.'rS:
IN PORT TONIGHT ""' ,. '
MADE IN SCHEDULES
That tho steamer Hllonlau will reach
hero about 8:30 o'clock tonight Is the
Information contained In a wireless" re-!
celved about 10 o'clock this morning
I y Castle ft Cpoke, local agents .for n t
tho Matson Navigation Company. Tho Changes haye been made- In tho
ship, whloh brings a )arge Christmas schedules of several of the IntcMsU
cargo, Is being anxiously awaited by and steamers In order not to conflict
merchants hero, who nro depending with Christmas celebration arrange
npon her to fill up their stock of per- ments. Tho Mauna Kea will drrlte
Ishablo Christmas .supplies. here on Christmas Day, Instead of the
Tho Itllonjan reports dollghtful Saturday after. On her next trip she
weather thrqughout Incrrl)). Tho Nlpjjwjll arrive here on Uevr Year's Day.
pon Mam was spoken aft o'clock yes-) Tne ciaudlne Will arrive here on
CUT BY THORNS
Wednesday, Dec. 23, and on her next
trip Dec. 30. The faauna.Loa will
arrive here on Thursday, Dec. 31, In
. stead of on Jan. 1, as 'per her usual
r-TTT" j. scueuuio. ine aidiu win run on
J. J. Pago ot the Gregg Company had her regular schedule.
a, narrow .escape t rpni serious Injury 1 The Claudlne and Mauna Loa will
.... ! fic i-osiimiiui mi receive ireigni pn wcanesqay ana
horseback from tflp (J a neighbor- Thursday of this week. Positively
Ing town. In thf ctirkofesg his horso npno will be takn on board Christ
galloped Into a thorn push and tho mim Day (Friday), however,
rider received a frightful crack wlthl
tho cutting branches over tho lett cye. Hung p0wr, tho Chlneso who canod
For a mlnuto ho thought ho had lost his neighbor because ho mado noises
ma ., uiu ii ueiupeu mat nis in
juries wero raoro painful than serious.
Today ho looks as though he had had a
conflict wlht a wild cat or mountain
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
If it's "painted by
""A watch i fob charm has been found.
See ad n this' Issue.
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i The studonts' In thevY. M. C. A.
plght classes will .have a two weeks'
vacation, beginning tonight.
Have'yonr typewriters ana machines
repaired at Wall. Nichols Co.. Ltd..
Fart and .IteroMnt streets. Tel
phope 11. t
The literary circle of-tho (o))ana
Art Uaeuo have arranged a reception
pna literary evening program ior wea
nesday, to take place In their rooms.
W. It. Castle, Jr.. will speak.
The Board of Supervisors will hold
Us next meeting Wpdnesday noon. Tho
only business to be handled will bo the
passing of payrolls In order that tho
County employes may have money for
Christmas cheer. ,
The .rases of J. P. , Hollerson and
Enos Fragas, charged with assault and
battery on Smeon' Ko, came up In the
Police Court today. The former plead
cd guilty nnd the latter not guilty.
Iioth cases wero continued .until to
Keahokll, tho hospital patient who
trled'to open a window of 'tho Durch
house last Friday night, was this
morning charged with attempted burg
lary. Hp demanded, a preliminary ex-
nmlnntlnn 'in Mm PnllftA Pnnr nnl
had hs caso continued for hearjng to-
UlUriUW! 1 All.
Eddie Kahele, the young Hawaiian
who after having been sentenced to
imprisonment for stealing a watch,
was charged on a hew , 'charge with
Healing a revolver at the same time
end place, was this morning dis
charged. Judge Long sustanlng Attor
ney Peters' contention that the two
uotg constituted but one offense
TWO SAILORS on tho Intasfaland
steamer Iwalanl wero roughly handle 1
by the waves oa tho last trl.i of the
Vessel hero. They wero at work on
deck when' an enormous comber canto
aboard and threw them with violcnco
Into the scuppers. The bulwarks kept
them from being washed overboard,
but they were badly shaken up before
they finally managed to recover their
CHRISTMAS SUPPLIES came In
from Molokai yesterday on boirrf iliu
Mlkahala. Turkeys and chickens if ill
prfsed a largo part of tho live-stock
cargo. The osstl reports exceedingly
rough weathpr off tho;Molokui cpsst.
wnicn disturbed nis slumbers, was
committed to the Grand ' Jury this
morning,, having waived preliminary
examination" In the Police Court.
George Bradley was arrested yos-
torday morning at about 2 o'clock on
iho complaint of his wife, who said
that he had threatened to poison her
and her children by a former marriage.
Ho was held for Investigation, but thlr
morning his wife carae to plead ln his
behalf. The police wero stern, how
ever, "and this forenoon a charge, of
threatening was preferred against the
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The man who rolls'a peanut, 'round
the block to pay a bet,
And says', as' he perspires, "It's tho
best 'fun I've had jet,'
Is the same Individual who Is sure to
fume and frown
Bulletin Business Office Phone 8M. " ne ha to niove a bookcase bo the
Bulletin Editorial Beem Phone 188. carpet can go down.
Building Site at
try Club. . . 2 Acres
for $750. Scenery
P. E R. Strauch
v?mW, H P. Wra ft,
A CHRISTMAS GifT
AND READING-ROOM ASS'N
18,000 VOIUltES AVAILABLE. Tvo.volumei may be
ween at a noi,
1 year fS.OO
8 months .3.00
3 months..,. ....$1.80 '
Membership tickets issued
j,- I by 'Librarian, at A.
You will find nothing better in quality, prettier, or
more reasonable in price. Headquarters for Christmas
DRESDEN RIBBONS, beautiful patterns; 15c to 75c yard.
SATIN AND TAFFETA RIBBONS, plain colors, all widths
nnd shades SPLC1AL PRICES.
ELBOW LENGTH GLOVES, black and white and Tan: $3 00
pair; formerly $4 00,
LADIES' SILK OL0VES. elbow length, black nnd vjIiiip;
$1.60 and $1.75 a pair.
HANDKERCHIEFS FOR LADIES, splendid assortment in
hemstitched and scalloped edges; 50c to $5.00 per doz.
HYDEGRADE WASHSUITS TOR BOYS, from 2 to 9 years,
SPECIAL BARGAINS THIS WEEK.
ALL THE TOYS MUST GO TOTS WEEK Neer mind tlic
price we are Roinp to sell them to you for CHRIST
OPPOSITE CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL.
Fine Wines and Liquors
For Christmas Festivities
The brands we represent are popular, because they
are DESERVING; and they are becoming more popular as
they are better known. Just sample some of our '
Cream Rye Whiskey, Old Jas. E.
Pepper Whiskey, Gilbey's "Pro
vost" Scotch Whiskey.
Made in Maui. A very superior wine of rarest bou
quet and flavor.
In the natural Mineral and Carbone ..il i'nequaled
for its medicinal properties, and a cfc ?Tublf vV.-Uer.
LOVEJOY & CO., Ltd.
902-904 Nutianu Ave. Phone 308
J Poultry for Christmas J
Place Your Orders Today
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
Honolulu tqiMirtMK (to;
PHONE, OFFICE Ml.' ," -' ' " P. 0. BOX 151
- Sirt ItTpPf. f..3.1ndn A C IM. v
We do all kiiis'of TeusUf : also deal In Crushei Bock, White ant
Blaok 8and. Broken CoraL'Gardea'BoU, Etc. BATE MOVING A BPT
FOR THE CHRISTMAS TABLE
. (JUST ARRIVED EX COLUMBIAN)
CUCHERED FIGS; PRESERVED CHERRIES;
INDIA RELISH; APPLE BUTTER
and MINCE .MEAT (in Crocks); "?
DUCHESS QUEEN OLIVES, HEINZ MALT CIDER and
WHITE PICKLING VINEGAR; ,0
AND ALL OTHER 57 VARIETIES. "",1""1
(No Benroate of Soda or other preservatives used
Soldrby all Groeers
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