Newspaper Page Text
Si Is, -A " ""71t-j "Brt-vir w vf --v -
' '' " ' T '" .. " .'
'1 .JH'!0'')" I .' 101
f.'i' JM'I ! Mild t.(tC
jvum' i'j 'if ip' vit jii lmt) V- .- .- ...,.,.
,, u (i , . f .ii 111' 1 Y'"" a "" s.t
i i 'i
EVENING IU!LI,ETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY. NOV 2, 1909.
Our toys are now out for Inspec
tion. Secure yo lr Xmns trifts before the
novelties arc nil gone,
i Your Jloney Savers.
Wall, Nfchuls o,Ud.
FORT STREET STORE.
Furniture Co., Ltd.
J. HOPP & CO.
rrr OKI I FTIfJ AOS PV jtf
Asti Wines Again In
Seat'le, Wash., Stpt. 21, 1009.
The official list of awards just published by the Alaska-Yukon-Paciflo Exposition shows
that the ITALIAN-SWISS COLONY has received the highest award for their California Wines.
They havs received the only Grand Prize awarded on California Sparkling Wines for
their ASTI SPECIAL DRY, and, in addition to this, the ITALIAN-SWISS COLONY has also
received twentv (20) Gold Medals for the following varieties: TIPO, red and white; Spark
ling Burgundy, Burgundy, Chnblis, Claret, Port, Zinfandel, Haut Sauteme, Muscat, Maderia,
Riesling, Sauteme, Tokay, Calcrnc Sherry, Angelica', Grape Brandy; Isco Grape Juice,
white; Isco Grauc Juice, red.
Wood and Coal.
We only ask a trial order. Wc will then endeavor so to ticat you
that wc will gain your permanent trade.
Honolulu Construction 6c Draying Co.,
Transfer Co., Ltd.
4uiiturt and Piano Movitj.
Ftw " "
ALt'Oltftl. .1 pn, npn
ling Uic Staunchs andBowlsor
Promotes DijeslionJChtf rfiJ-l
ncss and Rntronlilni Rdihr
Aptrfecl Remedy Tor Ccrtsflpt-
i ion , oour aiouuni.umiw"
ncss and LOSS 0T5LEET.
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
A microscope affords amusement which is instructive.
In the hands of adults or youths the microscope develops
a broad interest in nature and cultivates valuable habits of
We carry the best and complete equipment, such as
necessary apparatus for making "mounts," pocket magni
fying glass, dissecting set, glass slides, etc, We invite
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
Fort Street, Below Merchant.
For Infanta ind Children.
The Kind You Have
TMt flMTAWN IHNHT, IttW !?.
' CHICKEN' RANCH
1 1-4 acres at Kalihi Valley, with
five-room cottaee. Free Water. Hen
Houses. Stables. 1.100 ft. Wire
netting fence. 300 Bananas, etc.
4 doz. Hens, Wh. Plymouth Rocks
and Wh. Lerhorns. Good Horse and
Buggy, All for
Also 2.4 acres unimproved, adjoin
P. E. R. Strauch
74 S. King St.
LADIES EVENING AT
' COMMERCIAL CLUB
Following It llio program, for tj).o,
Indies' Evening nt llio Commercial
Club Snturdn) eunlng:
Violin Cavatltu Halt
Mnstir Wlllnrtl Abies.
Itccltntlon "l.lttlo Orphan AmiKs''.'.
. .'. ttigcno Weld
, Miss Itiith F.irrlngton.
Sours (u) Como Rack... Heeds Mftler
(b) Ho! rill Mcnriagron
,., '. . Ocorgo I). Ncvin
Mr. II F. WlchmanHr w
Monologue "Tlin Tctephono Olrl". .
Mr II N. Ooo.
Songs (n) In Mny Tlnic.Olcy Stcnks
Mm. Alt c. Lindsay, Jr.
Violin (n) l.i Vision Drilla
(b) I'crpeluiim Mobllo Dohm
Mr It J. Duclily.
Mrs. 1.. Tenney Peck, Mrs. Dralncrd
II. Smith accompanists.
Intermission of Ten Minutes.
One net coined) sketch, entitled "A
l'alr of Lunatics." ,
Captain (leorgi Fielding
Edn In Stanton Geo
Miss Clara Manners
Bvcljn Nlles Oeo
Place Dr. Ailims' Prhato Sanitarium
for the Insane,
Time Tho Thanksgiving ball for tho
patients Is supposed to be In prog-
BIRTW NOV. 3.
Tomorrow Is the birthday of the
Jnpnnctc Kmpcror, and, us usual,
Consul-General U)e"o will hold an
offlclal reception at the Consulate In
tho murnliiR, cominenung at 9
o'clock until 10:30. This Is strictly
limited to the Jnpnneso subjects.
Krom 11 uclocU he will receive tho
forclpncrs .it the official residence,
corner of Nuuanu and Kuaklnl
The Hnuallan band, under tho
leadership of Anslslnnt Ilandmastcr
Nnone, will piny during tho recep
tion. In the evening the Consul will
give n banquet to the, Japanese sub
jects on the giounds of his residence,
where tents hao been erected for
Consul I'jcno will bo assisted In
rccclvlp'J y hlit secretaries.
CliLult JiuIrc Wliltno) this morn
ing granted a motion for a directed
crdlct (or the defense In the 110.
000 daJuuRo suit brought by James
Campbell against llackfeld & Co. (or
Injuries sustained while working as
n Btcvcdoro tor'thu company,
Attorne )Krnnk Thompson moved
for n dliettcd verdict on tho ground
tint It lifilrmntlvcly appeared that
C.iiupcll sustaliit.l his Injur) throuRh
through tho nigllgenco of a follow
Campbell Ins been uinflued to tho
Queen's Hospital, and It was claimed
that he lias never rccoerod from tho
Injuries that he sustained In July,
Attorne) s Clcln, Qulnn and Ma
goon acted for the plnlntlff.
COL. DENNY TO TALK.
Col. Frank I.. Donn ft III address tho
Commi'rclal Club at noon on Wednes
day No ember 3. Col. Denny Is tho
thief quartermaster of the U. P. Mar
ino corrs, and has been on tho Btart
kince 189D. Merchants will Ihj Inter
Chted to loam of tho proposed dovo!oi
ments of this branch of tho Sonato in
BULIETIN A OR PAV
It's Up To You
To say whether you will con
tinue to suffer from Stomach
and Bowel Ills or adopt the
successful plan of thousands
of others and take H0STET
TERS' STOMACH BITTERS.
Be wise today, for delay only
aggravates matters. This
well-known remedy is excel
lent for Poor Appetite, Sour
Risings, Dyspepsia, Indiges
tion. Cdstiveness and Malar
ial Fever. Get
For sale by Denson, Smith Co.,
I ! : llotllster Drug Co., Ltd.;
Clmmherx Drue Co, Ltd.; Illlo (Vug
Co,; and at all Wholesale Liquor
is the night when
ALL the ,Jittle
ones-are1 j?iveirwhat the
i i 'French' call. ''The Grand
. 'Bath' a thorough''
1 '. i In this weekly func-'.
I tion, Ivory Soap "plays
t an 'important' part.
A white soap, It yields a
now white lather a lather
that cleanse but does not
Articles of Incorporation were
filed In the Treasurer offlce this
morning by thqr Hawaiian Lumber
Mills, Limited. The capital stock of
tho new corporation' is fixed at
$100,000, with tho privilege of ex
tension to $1,000,000. Of tho cap
ital $10,000 Is paid up and the or
ganders plan to begin Immediately
In the work of engnglng in the gen
eral lumbering and merchandise
Tho Incorporators are Y. Yama
moto, I. Yamamotoj K. Tashlro, N.
Tnkel. M. Urakami. K. Nalta and T.
FORT SHAFTER NEWS
FIELD AND BARRACKS.
School opened at Port Shatter to
day. Tho teacher is Corporal Klst
ler, Co. O, 20th Infantry, who re
turned from a four months' furlough
on tho last transport. Corporal Klst
ler Is a good Instructor and takes
great Interest In his work. Thero
will bo a great many of the boys who
will take advantage of this method
for bettering their education. School
Is held, in the administration build
ing five days In tho week. Tho les
sons nro arithmetic, grammar, his
tory, geography, reading, writing
The new swimming tank at Fort
Shatter Is if great 'treat for the
bo)s, who are developing romp very
fine swimmers. Thero Is talk of get
ting up a water polo team In tho
near future. It aught to bo a good
one, ns thero are some ery strong
nnlmmcrs nt tho post. Tho tank Is
50x20 feet and is n fine place to
cool off. The water Is changed very
often, and It would be hard to find
n better placo for a swim.
Artificer Ernest Ilooth of Co. O,
20th Infnntr), is now n corporal
and It well fitted for the position.
Corpoial ilooth Is well liked, and the
bojs were well pleased when they
Ileal il of his promotion. '
LEE LET ASKS BIG DAMAGES.
Suit us filed estcrday afternoon
by Attorney A. O. M. Robertson In be
half of I.ee Let ogal.st U. 8. Attorney
Dreckons, Collector of Customs, Stack,
able, Customs Examiner A."V. Adams'
and Customs Inspector ItoRcr Tnylor.
the grounds lor tho suit being tho
searching of l.eo Let's storo piemUei
and home for suspected contraband
All of tho offlclnls named arc defend.
nnts In ono suit for $10,000, that of
searching the resldcnco and a separate
action is brousht against Dreckons and
Stnckable for searching tho store
L0 SUN FACES DEPORTATION.
A formal request has been piado ur
on tlio'WiiHhitiKton authorities for nri
ordor of deportation agalnst I.o Bun
thO editor Of I fin rhi Tlnu Ohln !'..'
by Inspector naVmotfcf'lJrown' 'of the?
immigration Scrvlo,- irtie -.extracts'
Of tlin nrllplnu nimnnrini. 1 f C..J.L
... ....wn ii.,i,4a ,u t, aU w
paper proved to bo of a moro BnarcJ
inio ipnnenpy thanks first thought
possible, In praising thoVssa,ssln 'of
Prlnfin ItO' IJl Rltli aniinrA.aliL.C , J5i
, ...... ..M(,(v,H,ro n not u
dlgratarlf s pf Jie Chlngso Hmprfl wh$
biiuuiu mcoi mp same rate.
w ' ' ' '- - ' " '
TIIK STBAMBIl IlmnboUlt arrlvtS
at eeattlo on Octobor 6 from Alaska
with thlrt).flvo Japanese seal poachers
who hao Just finished terms of im
prisonment at Sitka and who aro still
prisoner, charged with bolng unlaw-
mil) hi mo united Btates. Thoy lll
bo deported to Japan.
AnOlIT riFTUEN hundred l-ins n
Ri-neial cargo from Oriental port nil"
arrhe horo by the Pacific Mall liner
Mniirhiirln iliu nt tho port on Frldnj.
The U'ShpI will tnko bptwceii nlxt) nil I
rcent) imssongora to the coast.
ifi?? 'Pra t
Are Now On Display .
12 l-2c, 15c,
FOR LITTLE PRICES
Fine quarter-sawed oak buffets for about half what
they have ever been sold for in Honolulu. Also some others
made of ash at even greater bargains. It will pay you to
call this week. We must clear them out to make room for
new Holiday goods, ,
HONOLULU WIRE BED CO.,
King and Alakea.
' DfGERSOLL WATCHU
' At All Watchdealers.
Anat (or Hawaiian Island.
'?. TORI tad KING StoXnsntolM.
mm chong co
ma ST. HXAB BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses
etc.. Eto. All kieds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Made 1
Klaf Street. Kwa of Fisamarket
ItRT GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DX
, L SCR1PTI0N
WAH CHONG CO.
DRY O00DS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely in tad
fmhtfroa tie Coat.
WAVERLEY BUS. HOTEL ST.
WING ON CHONG
Bring yonr pictures in and we'll
design frame to yeur satisfaction.
Bethel, 0pp. the Empire.
Po. 0. Box 771.
Hade ip the latest or any style.
Fort and Beretenia Sti.
ladies' 'Wool sweaters
silk and kid gloves
Dim. XjIdja .uotanx
Hiss Kate : Woodard
1141 Fort Street. , p
. Dressmaker from Paris. Stylish
Dresses, tailor-made specialties. Rea
sonable prices. Harrison Block,
Beretenia and Fort streets.
FRENCH and EYELET
MRS. J. ROSENBERG
Alexander Young Hotel.
tjsr-"f-or Bsnt" cards on sila at
the Bullttln offle.
CI Jit -i
and Fancy Designs
20c a yard
J. S. Bailey.
Who has teste and wish
eat to buy a perfect
home in the beautiful
residence district of
Xaldki. We have a
which cost to build
116,000, and' the land
alone having a value
of $5,000. The owner
will sell and is willing
to sacrifice the place
A lovely bungalow; 8
rooms. Lot 100x150. 4,700.00
A home on Kapiolanl St.
8 rooms. Lot 75x125. 3,700.00
Lot near car line 900.00
A 6-room bungalow. Lot
1761438, near Waia
lae Road 1,550.00
Six-room cottage; newly
and repaired; lot 50x
Seven - room cottage, on
lot 75x140 1,600.00
Seven-room house, on lot
planted with fruit
trees; everything in
apple-pie order. Lot
60x160. A bargain.. 2,750.00
On Fort St. A six-room
Don't! $' W until to
morrow what you
should do today. Tq
morrow never comes.
Good times are com
ing to Hawaii, and
what are bargains to
.day will not be avail
able tomorrow. We
have over 300 proper
ties listed. Call and
see us about them.
Phone 162. 82 King St.
A. V. GEAR, MANAGER.
i t-3 . . . ,
'-' ..JL.. .