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"The Man With the Hoe"
Our new general Catalogue is no
ready for mailing and will be found
of jic.it value to the planters of
Seeds, Plants and Trees
This Catalogue is the finest wc
have ever issued and will be mailed
C, C. MORSE & GO,
High, PrigedlQuality ' Iii
' Low Priced Car
PICKED JAPANESE TEAMS WILL
MEET NEXT MONTH
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The New Ford Touring Car
AOTIT AI WEIGHT, FULLY EQUIPPED, 1400 Los. "
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED a shipment of the new FORD TOURING CAR the car that will work a
revolution in car-building. It is built of Vanadium steel thioughout nad any steel expert will
tell you that that steel will stand 50 per cent, more tension torsion, and wear than any other.
Other manufactoriei will have to jet in line and use this steel but it will take them two
j cars to do it. And ott car is just that far ahead of air others Two Yeirs.
This car is full of improvements. The low tension magneto is bu U rij-ht in the car, a construction
that will eliminate all IGNITION TROUBLES.
The ENGINE and TRANSMISSION are in one unit, arranged on the famous three-point suspension plan,
. and all enclosed, making it OIL and DUST-PROOF. The water-jacketed cylinder head is a SEPARATE
UNIT, easily removed for cleaning, adjusting, etc. This construction makes it unnecessary to tear apart an
engine to decarbonize a piston or grind a valve. It is only necessary tj remove twelve nuts to get at all
four cylinders, four pistons, and eight valves. j
This is truly a splendid car, and all autoists'who know the good points of a machine will be delighted '
with it. Vre want you to come and see it. and try it out.
The new car is now here and on exhibition in our show rooms. Autoists have been looking at it, and
every one of them was surprised that a car of such high quality shoulJ be put on ale at such a low price.
Schuman Carriage Co., Ltd.,
MERCHANT STREET, .BETWEEN FORT AND ALAKEA STREETS.
Arrived for Christmas
On S.S. Hilonian
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables,
Cranberries, Christmas Apples,
Baums Assorted Candies
Nuts, Figs, Dates, and Raisins
. ; Golden State Creamery Butter
' Eastern and Cocktail Oysters
J. M. LEVY &. CO.,
The Family Grocers, King Street, near Bethel
Nine Will Be Composed of the Best
Nipponese Ball-Players in the Terri
tory and Imperial Consul-General
will, Witness Game
The gtcatcst event Hint has taken
place In n long time, from the view
point of Japanese baseball fans, will
do the, Rome between tlie A Kali I anil
Tusoo nines, which will lie lilnycil
cither on January 3 or 10. The Aa
hi anil Kusoo tennis tiro cont!;lered
the strongest Japanese baseball ag
gregations In the Territory, both bc
In'g compoicil entirely of picked play
ers from the different clubs.
The exact ilnte of the great contest
has not been set, but K. Ililn. tho
Jnpancic baseball Impressarlo, Is nil
thnrity for the statement that It will
be cither the 3d or t!ie 10th of next
In honor of tho great occasion, n
(.all festival la being arranged. The
Imperial Japanese Consut-tlcnernt
will I o present In the grand st-ind
anil will make nit address to tho play
ers. Suitable arrangements will lie
made for the reception of tho official
mid tho ceremonies will bo very In
teresting. The llnc-iin of the two nines has
not ct been made public, but It Is
Known Unit the best Jnpaneso hall
twlrlers of Honolulu wilt bo seen In
the uniform of one team or tho oth
er, Iluscball of n vciy high order Is
Illumined, and the probable outcome
ot the gamo Is causing much healthy
argument among Japanese baseball
As far as the Japanese baseball
men are concerned, the game wilt bo
one of tho greatest cvcntH over pulled
oft here. Tho American fniiH will
doubtless flock to tho camo In largo
tin in Iicth, fqr excellent baseball Is assured.
if In tim clt., call nt
125-12' MARKET ST.
Opp. Junction witli California
free to all who writs us.
When writing nddrew us nt
52 JACKSON STREET
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF
WILL TRAVEL FAR
3000-FREE VOTES 3000
THE ACCOMPANYING NOMINATING BALLOT is fjood for
3000 FREE VOTES in the E v e n i n b B u 1 1 it -tin's
Alaska-Yukon-Pacifio Exposition Contest which
opens SAiUKUAX, januakx mu, iuuu, and it clipped
out and properly filled in, will entitle the yount; woman, whose
name appears thereon to 3900 Votes. This coupon must be
properly filled in, giving the full name and address and the dis
trict in which she lives, and must be deposited at the EVEN
ING BULLETIN office on or before JANUARY 2ND.
Each contestant is a!low;d only one of these ballots and if
more than one appears for th: sane contestant, they will be
thrown out and not counted, , f
EJfT Remember, tlie contest opens JANUARY 2ND, 1000. and
those who intend entering some young woman in this popularity
race, should do so at oner. All you have to do to enter someone of
vour choice is to clip this couDon'from this issue of the B U L
L E T I N and mail or bring siir.e to the B U L E T I .N of
fice and when the first announcement of the nancs are made, she
will have 3000 yotes opposite her name.
"Merry Christmas!" "Merry
Christmas'." "Merry Chrlbtmas!"
Tor fifteen minutes tho abovo
messago will lie shot forth upon
tho air f i oiii Kabuku Point wire
leas station tqiiiouoiv night. Op
erator Itranch will repeat the
greeting for Just n iiinrtor o an
hour, to lot nil seafarers know
that Honolulu does not want her
celebration nil to herself, but has
n little, surplus of Joy on hand to
No candidate yill be credited with more than one ot
these NOMINATING BALLOTS.
pass along to thoso who may be
traveling upon tho briny deep,
and therefore are unable to enjoy
tho natal day of tho Christian f
fafth as others can. 4
With tho powerful sending nit-
parutiis now Installed at Kahuku, t
there Is no telling how far tho ;
messages may cany, und reports
from far-away places which have .
waited tho greeting will bo
- aw sited with interest.
Knhiiku'a greeting may Btart
4 au endless chain, which ships nt 4
(-f sea, equipped with wholess up- ,f
p.uatus, may Join with and vend t
tho mchsago of Chilstmastldo far
t and wldu thtoushoiit tho lionil-
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FOK TURKEYS ONLY
Touching tii'i" onlv long I'lioiiRh to
take mi a supply of Christmas turkeys
tho oil steamer Hosecrarfs, from tho
I'nclflc Coast, continued on her way
to Kaanapall this morning Tho Hose
trans was vlshti'd shortly after 8.
u'clnch, and a couple of hours later
was In tho stream. Ily wireless tho
urrtccrs hud notillod local purveyors
of Christmas Hiippllcs of what was
wanted, and tho "turks" wero njl ready
tor tho ship by tho tlmo she got In
Tho Hosecrans Is equipped with n
powerful' wireless equipment, and hns
been In communication with Knhiiku
for Etivoral days. Long beforo KuhiiUu
could mako thu Hllunl.in undei stand
hor slgnalB, tho operator heard the'
nhlp talking with tho Hosocrniis, the
latter craft then much farther can
than tho Matson liner.
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. Good for 3000 Votes
IN BULLEIIN'S POPULAR VOTING CONTEST
Must be voted on or before SATURDAY, JAN. 2ND,
Please enter 3000 votes for
Address District No. ...
THIS COUPON, if presented 'at the Bulletin
office at Honolulu. T. II., before' Saturday, January 2nd
1000,( will be nco-.ptcd for 300O Votes in favor of
the contestant naiicd therein.
lEach candidate allowed -only one NOMINATING
Mr Itoboil Khnon, a scientist of
Paris, who Is the discoverer of a suc
cessful method of combating cholera
Infantum with In Jectlons of sou wnt
or, and Is In America lo teach his
(OlIear.ue.H Ills methods of treatment
I tallied receiitH tn President Hikiui
elt on his discovery, and tho presi
de ut iiiHiiUcetcd Keen lutcrcst,
A CHRISTMAS Gift
That Lssts A Year A MEMBERSHIP IN THE
AND READING-ROOM ASS'N
18,000 VOLUMES AVAILABLE. Two volumes may be
taken at n time.
1 year $5.00
0 months $3.00
3 months $1,50
Membership tickets issued
by Librarian, or A.
Good Folks Take
BBUSri JC ivssLl,VJBHiSBBBBBH A
PHI It's a Good Sign
r- Jjil 1E1 ffWlil U U'S Palttd by 1
j jSEpSSiI Stanley Stephenson, 1
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