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RVENINO DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., TUESDAY, DFX'. 22, 1908,
"Costly thy habit as thy purse can buy,
Hut not expressed in fancy;' rich not gaudy j
For this apparel oft proclaims the man."
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The Hats we are showing for. Christmas aie rich,, and express no-extreme-fancy. They are such4 as
will be selected by those who want hats of quiet style and assured quality,, that will be suitable and
correct for most occasions. ; fhe price of these hats show a reasonable profit, and it is this
REASONABLE PROFIT principle that has made the enviable reputation of
Dunn's Hat Shop
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Fresh Fruits and Vegetables by the Hilonian
The following; Fruits and Vegetables are to arrive on the Hilonian Tuesday morning.
Please phone your ord ers for Christmas now, and we will reserve the Roods on ice for Christ
Celery, Artichokes, Brussels Sprouts, Horse Radish Root;
Rhub arb, Parsnips, Cranberries, Hubbard Squash,
Red and White Cabbage, Pears, Grapes,
Lady Apples, Oranges, Gaape Fruit,
. Eastern Oysters, Cocktail Oysters, Lehnhardt's Candies
Henry May & Co., Ltd.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCEBS.
PHONES 22 AND 92.
Folding Pocket Kodaks
FROM $5.00 TO $25.00 EACH.
OTHER KODAKS $35.00 to $112.50 EACH.
New Line oS
Plane Kodaks and Cameras
Fits the Pocket
Tor Athletic and oth
er Rapid Photography.
Come in and see what
the; can do.
No other CHRISTMAS GIFT will
give the same amount of Pleasure
for the money.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co., igrg
OPEN EVENINGS TILL CHRISTMAS.
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Biuc v Ki w:y inicnuj to stay :i 'i.r
BuVvliop. At :tev ' married.
K, Lills -i'ortoljboruniM c!ii
"Ana whit do you use the sau
sigesfor?" ' For thi tolonn? m:lt:r. Civts
lh: cost of color tubes."
tutchcr I notice you're not or
(Vrin? ?o much mtst nowadays.
Mr. BroAnslone Youknoffirs
;.vo ylawiijyjtfp Un elfcct 42i!n
Arrives In, Port
IlrlnglnK 15000 tona of miscellaneous
caw, nnd a largo .consignment of cnt
tlo for tho Watefhouso Trust Com
1 any, tho steamer ftyades, tinder clinr
tcr to tho Matsori Navigation Com
pany, arrived this "morning on hor
first trip under tho direction of tho
The Hyades crimes from Seattlo.
Fair weather was experienced during
tho latter part of tho trip, but for
three days after leaving Puget Sound
tho ship fought her way through a
heavy southwest gale, which mado
progress difficult and threw out lh
Fchodulo to tho V(tont'pt nearly two
days. Tho Hyades wasno In Sunday
morning, but It was, not. until 8:30 this
moinlng that sh'o 'poked her bow
Henceforth the 'Hyades will bo on
tho regular run between hero and the
mainland for tho Matson Navigation
Company, she 'Is now discharging
cargo, and will sail tomorrow after
noon for Maknwcll. From thoro she
will proceed to'Kal'ulul, wheneo she
wjll depart for San Francisco.
Tho Hyades Is owned by tho Boston
Towhoat Company and has been hero
frequently) having formerly been on
tho run between San Francisco and
the Orient. Hor commander Is Cap
tain Ahvyn. She has a carrying ca
pacity of about 6000 tons of freight
and will mako 'the run between hero
nnd San Francisco In about soven
FRISKY "BEEFERS? ,
STIR UP TROUBLE
Tho Immigration Wharf was tho
scene of lively excitement for a fow
minutes this morning. A cargo of cat
tle, brought hero by tho steamer
Hyades for the Waterhouso Trust
Company, furnished tho entertainment,
and tho "punchers" sent down to h au
dio tho beasts had their hands full.
Tho cattle were unloaded from the
fchlp by meanR of a bis gangway, be
ing allowed to run c:ia In the freight
sheds after reaching the dock. Thoy
not only dashed madly around the
sheds, but they Investigated every
room that the could And, oven tho of.
flco not being Immuno. About ovcry
third "bcefer" would prove frlskyv an 1
then thoro would bo a general
unions tho "sons of rest'' who woro
watching tho proceedings.
Finally tho Hawaiian vnqucroa took
them In hand nnd startod them on a
run out of tho freight shods and up
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STUFFED FIGS and DATES; SMYRNA FIGS; FANCY 1LACUN FIGS;lMALAOA RAISINS;
JORDAN ALMONDS; CRYSTALIZED FRENCH FRUITS i FANCY NUT KEATS;
SWEET PICKLED, aid BRANDY PEACHES; PRESERVED STRAWBERRIES;
CALIFORNIA TABLE RAISINS J ENGLISH WALNUTS; SPANISH PRESERVED CITRON;
ORANGE and LEMON PEEL;' VA8TIZZA CURRANTS; OLIVES; DRIED FRUITS;
NEWPIPPIN APPLES: APPLE CIDER; MINCE MEAT; APPLE BUTTER; POULTRY SPICES;
WIESBADEN PRESERVES; PLUM PUDDING;. BAR JLE DUC CONFITURES; v
GICEFRUrrSjLOWNEY'S CHRISTMAS CANDIESpN SONS;, j,. ,'(
RHINE and 'BORDEAUX:' TABLE WINES; M0N0P0LE RED TOP CHAMPAGNE.
NAPA AND SONOMA TABLE WINES; SPANISH SHERRIES; PORTUGAL PORTS.
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Green Xmas Trees and Xmas Tree Ornaments
A number of suitable (rifU:-UuiT CASES, CIGARS, S-O'CL0CK TEA .KETTLES, SERV
ING TRAYS, CHAFING DISHES, and ACCESSORIES. '
Lewis & Co., Ltd.
169 KING TREET THE HOUSEHOLD EMPORIUM-
l -U fill '"- -. i fr " rf""'Y-rf
M USE DECIDED
ON ITS TECHNICALITIES
Acting Attorney Genoral Whjtnoy
has received a cnblo from'Wnshlngton
ilatlng the points on -which tho I.anal
case was decided, JTho case, according
to tho messago, was decided on tho
ground that McCandless had no' Inter-
fcHt In such transactions, tho Court ap
parently holding that tho United States
Is tho only person having an Interest
In tho exchango of lands In a Territory
Mien as this.
Whitney also' received word from
Attorney General Hemonway, who
htnlod that ho would not return until
.lanmny inth, when tho aoomor und
lie. would bo back.
uforgo uoinns, young son of n
rancher living west of Vnllelo. acci
dentally blowj the top of his
ne.m ny siriKing tno trigger or a
shotgun lu a cm t.
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Silk Shirts and Pajamas .
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Neckwear and Hosiery
Also, a fine line of useful articles in Men's,
'Women's and Boy's Furnishings, suitable for '
Christmas Gifts. We have a complete stock
of Chinese Silk and Grass Linen Embroidered
Phone4 627 YEE CHAN & CO., King & Bethel
NEW VE88EU ENROLLED
Tho following Vcssdls woro enrolled
nt tho Sun Francisco enstom-houstfon
Ucccmbor 3: Darkentlne John Smith,
C. It. Nielsen master; steamer Alas
kan, F, J. Dennett master.
Tho following vessels were' enrolled
ut tho San Francisco custom house on
November 3d: Steamer Holcn P.
Drew, T. Oundorsen masti; bark Star
of Iceland, J, Dcmlng maver.
Thd steamer Master Mariner, with
A. F, tfmen as master, was enrolled at
tho San Francisco custom" houRo on
November 25, and the steamer Santu
Maria, William C. Rodger, master, was-
registered. ' ' j
Tho following vessels wore enrolled
ut tho San Francisco custom houso on
Novombor 2t Steamer Lansing, C.
Albert, master; ship Konllworth, A. T.
Whlttler,ntaster; schooner Luzon, N.
J'. Rensen, master.? Tho ship Aryan.
"A T.'.Whlttlcr master, Was registered.
-"For 8lo" cards at Bulletin.
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S. All kinds of Advertising. 4. Outside Circulatioi
0. Total Circulation.
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T Any advertiser can tave money by using the B u 1 1 e t i n
exclusively. U covers the field.1 The rate in proportion
to service is the lowest in Hawaii. ;; ;: ; ..
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