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EVENING nUIiLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H. FIUDAY, OCT. 20, 1909.
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Commencing Monday, Nov. 1st
Want of Space To
Large Shipments of Holiday Goods
now in transit from London and New
York compels us to make an effec
tive clearance and more rocmforthe
HOLIDAY TRADE, We will begin
NEXT MONDAY MORNING a TEN
DAYS' SALE in all departments. Thi
whole of our staff is busily engaged
making preparations and marking
Every item in the entire stock
will be considerably reduced in
price, excepting "Madame Irene
Corsets", and Spool thread.
No Half-Hearted Attempt, but a
We Must Have Space
Tor partioulars sec our Circulars
FOR LITTLE PRICES
Fine quarter-sawed oak bufletJ for about half what
they have ever been sold for in Honolulu. Alio tome others
made of ash at even creator bargains. It will pay you to
call this week. We mast clear them out to make room for
new Holiday goods.
HONOLULU WIRE BED CO.,
King and Alakea.
Steam Roller &
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Honolulu Construction & Draying Co.,
Office Fort St Opp. W. G. Irwin & Co. Phone 281.
Levy's for Groceries
Bsmiiiru Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Fmirinn a Speoiiity,
063 S. BEHETAHIA II.
W, Q. CHALMERS
General Contractor and Builder.
Free of Charse.
Boom 11, Knm'olani Building,
Honolulu, T. II.
J. S. Bailey.
'ffUfV 1U ' ' '
we have one at your service. A"
kinds of steam rolling, plowing and
heavy hauling at reasonable rates.
Your Credit ,
J. H0PP & CO.
Furniture Co., Ltd.
Hawaii's Floral Parade
Honolulu, Oct. 2S. 1009.
Clinti mini mill Mcnibcis of the
Itnwnll Promotion Committee,
A citizen who hns the .Interests
of Honolulu And tho Territory truly
nt heart commented jestcnlny In
Anther n pessimistic vein on the fact
Hint we hne "fallen down" on tho
proposed Shrlncr excursion from
Ban Kinnclsco, nnd have nppnrvlitly
lost tho big Salt tako City Kilts ex
cursion which was planned for Feb
ruary. "KtcrythliiB Rocs locly
with most of thoso propositions un
til It comes to getting steamship
service, and then If all off," was
the way of putting It.
Now, while there may be n certain
amount of truth In nil this, I per
sonalty set n whole lot of sntlsfnc
tfon out of the bare fact that so
many porsons really want to como
to llnwall. It speaks olumes for
tho efficiency of our work. People
i.ro coming to know of Hawaii as
they never did before, and no one
can question that tho Hawaii Pro
motion Committee has been the blg-
Kcst factor In this dissemination of
Knowledge. Hesldes there is no rcn.
son to believe that theso various ex
cursions planned hnve been aband
oned. On the contrary, they will
almost certainly be taken up ngaln,
and In the meantime all tho plan,
ntng and discussion which goes on
Is so much good advertising for Ha
waii. Ilcie nre excerpts from let
ters received by jestcrduy's mall
bearing on this matter, which show
that we. have soma good friends
working for ui.
D, K. Hurley, general passenger
agent uf tho Oregon Short Line Ily..
writes concerning the failure of the
Bait Lake I'lks' plans:
... . Tney fct t wa, rath
er too heavy a risk for the lodge to
assume, In view of the fact that they
would have to guarantee nnd de
posit funds to the amount of $30,
TCO In order to secure the steiimer
for the trip. I was much disap
pointed to see the matter fall
through. 1 am convinced,
notwithstanding time was rather
short for advertising, they still
could have secured e'nough passen
gers to fill tho ship. I have
hopes that wo can bring about an
excursion for winter of 1910 and
1. X Collins, the member of tho
Salt Lake City Lodge who spent
sonio time In Hawaii last spring,
"The committee reports unfavor
ably for the excursion for next win
tcr owing to the heavy .guarantee
required, and tho lodge not being
permitted to assumo It and the com
mittee not being willing to assumo n
guarantee of $36,750. I
venture to say that another season
the Pacific Mall S. S. Co. will run
an excursion to tho Islnnds on their
own responsibility, and with a large
reservation for Bait Lake City
Lodge No. 80. The members nro
highly pleased with this as n pros
pective trip, and our secretary has
had Inqlrles from Idaho, Yynmlng,
and as far cast as Denver regarding
It. It expect to bo nt Icls
uro soon for another trip, nnd may
Will be installed by the government at once, and assures Kaimuki, and especially the New
District now being opened up by this company, with plenty of water for all time to come.
ir. h? wlalM ide' where tne New' District is located, beginning at the highest noint on
the Kaimuki tract, has a very deep s6il, and. with the excellent water supply assured, plenty
of vegetation is also assured. Those who -build in the New District will hare no difficulty in
providing lawns, flowers and ornameMtal trees, adding to the beauty and attractiveness of
their New Homes.
The Kaimuki Ocean View
Will be organized ani promoted by this companv for the purpose 'of looking after the. gen
eral improvement and welfare of the New District. This society will water the shade.trees
and care for the improvements made by this compaiy and assist in preventing any undesir.
able people from living or any objectionable buildings from being erected in this select and
ideal residential district, located on the Waialae side of Ksimuki, the high valley on the sea.
Our prices', $500 for corner lots and $400 for inside lots
together with liberal terms, gives you a splendid opportunity for either investment or homesite,
Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.,
Rooms 37 and 38
j get sotno of m)' friends together dur
ing the winter nnd rubber around
Vour beautiful Islands," ,
Here Is more good advertising (or
"Wo have' n movement on foot
here to run an excursion to Hono
lulu, starting fium here tho latter
pajt of January. Thereforo, will
you send mo fifty or.ii hundrdd book
lets on,Inwnll and oblige.
Your roryTtruty v '
(8) C. L. MONtlOB.
.Bee. Spokane Chamber of
Hero is'sorao more along the 'same
line from aXl" fondle", traveling
passenger agent for the 'Santa Fo
system at Galveston, Texas!
' "I have your report to the Ha
waii Promotion Committee nnd wish
to ask tor additional Information.
"In the flrst-placo I beg to advjBe
that annually certain members' of
the Texas Hauliers' Association make
a summer tour. The members ap
proximately 12S arrange through
their secretary, nnd 'heretofore my
self', nir railway agent', for a' special
trnln tour embracing about a 30
daytrlp. For their 1910 or 1911
tour I would like to Interest them In
Honolulu, nnd will thank you to ad
vise me as to hotel accommodations,
cost of some side trips to see Isle of
Hawaii, the volcanoes Mnuna Loa
and Mauna Kea; and some other in
formation that would be attractive
to a party of American bankers. Will
add that the Texts Hankers' Associa
tion Is composed of over 1,000 mem
bers, and tho trip is usually mado lu
June and July."
That tnc great trans-continental
railways are becoming Interested In
Hawaii as a possibility for a trnfflc
developer, is evidenced from tho
following letter from James Hors-
bnrgh, Jr., general passengor agent
for the Southern Pacific system at
San Francisco I
"Some of thd'Harrlman tines want
to do some publicity work for Hono
lulu nnd the Hawaiian Islands and
have asked me to secure for them
some good phoogiaphs. We have
nothing suitable, and I um going to
ask that you 'send mo bv first steam
er such as you would like to have
UBed." ' '
I would adVite that tho Pleasant
on Hotel 'inarfagftme'nt Is carrying ion
a splendid advertising campaign
which calinot'help but profit the ho
tel and alto generally benefit the Is
lands by sprcadlpg tle name of Ha
waii. I observed during the past
summer tliclf folders in almost ev
ery hotel and railway rack that I
noted fiom'Seattle to San Francisco.
Hesldes tliWthiy- have an extremely
efficient syftfcm of distribution on
all "the trans-Paclflc steamships and
throughout tho Orient. I hnvo nlso
been asked hy the management of
this hotel for addresses of prospec
tive lsltors tn Hawaii In order that
they may further spread their liter
ature. Inasmuch as I believe In ad
vertising llnwall by every legiti
mate means In our power, I shall
take pleasure In offering any as
sistance to any of tho local hotels
that I can. ,
I have advices from Seattle that
our Floral Pnrado poster has been
received there and was .well distrib
uted through the exposition build
ings, but only a day" or two before
the fair closed. They were, how
ever, well distributed throughout
the city. Ai other posters' were
shipped from Germany at the, same
Hem that, these were, It Is assured
thnt, our ngent' InJSfin Francisco, J.
Walter Bcott, has by 'this tlmo made
n good start In distributing them
throughout the- country west ..of the
Rocky .Mountains.' Advices .from
Harry Mist are. to the effect ( that
Europo has already been, well, cov
ered, whllo shipments of the folders
wcro made over n month ago to Mr.
Wood in the Orlcht.
I sent out nf form letter this week
to about 100, business firms In tho
city, ofrerltiR to supply them with
tho little bluo leaflet, "For Your
Information," for enclosing In their
correspondence, and already have
had a number of requests tor It.
Mrs. Head Ice, our Los Angeles
' ., , Thn .iifflrnttv of nro-
pectlve tourists In securing passage
on the regular Btcamers has' been ob
served hero ever Blnco my return
from tlitV Islands In the mlddlo of
July. Several small parties of four'
or more, as well as Individuals, have
been unuble to get passage.
"The days are each and every one
bearing fruitful results; for each
brings,. Inquiries, each brings the
statement that many are going to th
Islands, cither this season or with
in a short time. Many say "My
next trip will be to Hawaii.'
"Tho city Is full of visitors. Nev
er before at this season have there
been so many tourists here. Hotels
and boarding houses are about all
full and will hardly be able to ac
commodate tho Increased travel af
ter the first of the year.
"Last week I gave a lecture on
Hawaii at Masonic Temple to a very
appreciative audience. Next week
I shall glvo the same before the Out
West Club, nnd have several simi
lar engagements before state, social
and literary clubs. Have applied for
a place on the program of the Tea
chers' Institute to be held In De
cember. Last week the Natlonnl
Women's Missionary Convent Ion
wsa in session. Through my per
sonal Invitation and the distribu
tion of the beautiful new booklets, a
large number Camo up to hoar my
talks on the Islands. I urge all per
sons proposing going to Hawaii, the
necessity of securing accommodations
Our malt this week contains "the
usuaj large number of Inquiries from
persons who want ot coriie to Ha
waii as tourists or settlers;'
WILL J". COOPER.,
THE QUINN CASE
AGAIN GOES OVER.
The necessity of summoning a largo
number of witnesses In tho case of
Thomas qulnn, the' automobile man
caused another postponement In the
hearing beforo tho District Court. The
enso has now been sot for November
10 by Judge Andrade at thq motion
of Attorney Peters, who represents
Qulnn, who Is charged with heedless
"King's Mountain day," tho anni
versary of tho victory over the British
In 1780 nt King's Mountain, 3. C, was
telohrated In South Cirolmi and Ten
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
; jOn, Monday Next, November 1st,
Wash Goods Department
Values from 15c to 30c will be offered at the ridicu
lously low figure of ' ' 'n
a See window display for bargains.
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"When wc get your wireless cull for HELP,
' we "willcome to the rescue with tfood old
" ' ' PRINTER'S INK :
tOOD ADVERTISING HAS SAVED MANY BUSINESS MEN
FROM FINANCIAL. SHIPWRECK
s INGERSOIX WATCHES
'At All Watchdealers.
Attnt for Hawaiian Islands.
M. FOBT and KING 8ts.. Hov4al.
VHNG CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealer in Furniture Mattresses
Etc., Etc. All kinds of KOA and
Nuuanu and Hotel 8t. on site of old
MISSION - DRNITUEB Made 1
Kins; 8treet, Ewa of Fishraarket.r
OBY GOODS AND FUENISHOJQ
GOODS of EVERT DE
SCRIPTION. WAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. HOTEL ST.
WING ON CHONG
Bring your pictures in and we'll
design a irame 10 ytur saimacuou.
Bethel, Opp. the Empire.
Fo. O. Box 771.
Made up the latest or any style.
Harrison Block.' ,
Fort and Beretania Sts.
LADIES' WOOL SWEATERS,
BILK AND KID GLOVES
SILK LISLE HOSIERY
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort 8treet. " ,
Dressmaker from Paris. Stylish
Dresses, tailor-made specialties. Rea
sonable, prices. Harrison Block,
Beretania and Fort streets.
FRENCH and EYELET
MRS. 7. R0SENBERO
Alexander Young Hotel.
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SHINQ CO.. LTD.
Who has taste and wish-
ei to buy a perfect
home in the beautiful
residence district ' ot
Makiki. We have t
magnificent h o m'e
which cost to build
$16,000, and the land
alone having a value
of $0,000. The owner
will Mil and is willing
to sacrifice the place
A lovely bungalow; 6
.rooms. Lot 100x150. 4,700.00
A home on Kapiolani St.
' 8 rooms. Lot 75x125. 3,700.00
Lot near car line 900.00
A 6-room bungalow. Lot
176x438, near Waia
lae Road 1,550.00
Six-room cottage; newly
renovated, repainted ,
and repaired; lot 50x 5
Seven -room cottage, on .'
lot 75x140 ....,.. 1,600.00
Seven-room house! on lot
planted with fruit
trees; everything in
apple-pie order, Lot
50x150. A bargain.. 2,750.00
On Fort St. A six-room
vDon't put 'log -until to
morrow what you
should do today. To
morrow never comes.
Good times are com
ing to Hawaii, and
what are bargains to
day will not be avail-
" abje, tomorrow. We
have over 300 proper
ties listed. Call and
see us about them. .
82 King St. A
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