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EVENING BULLETIN. tlONOMlMJ, T. H.i TTllDAY, NOV. S, 1909.
UNIQUE IN COLOIUNa AMD GENUINELY RARE IN DESIGN. THERE ARE SOME SUITABLE FOR
OTHER ROOMS IN THE HOME. COPLEY PRINTS AND SUBJECTS IN COLOR THAT APPEAL TO PER.
SONS WITH A TASTE FOR THE BEAUTIFUL IN ART.
ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP,
FORT BELOW KING STREET.
Asti Wines Again In the Lead
Seattle, Watk., Sept. 21, 1909.
Tht official list of awards just published by the Alaska-Yukon-Paciflc Exposition shows
that the 1TALIAN-SWISS COLONY has received the highest award for their California Wines.
Thy have reoeired tht only Grand Prist awarded' on California Sparkling Wines for
their ASTI SPECIAL DRY, and, in addition to this, the ITALIAN SWISS COLONY has also
received twenty (20) Gold Medals for the following varieties: TIPO, red and white; Spark
ling Burgundy, Burgundy, Chablis, Claret, Port, Zinfandel, Haut Sauterne, Muscat, Maderia,
Riesling, Sauterne, Tokay, Cabernet, Sherry, Angelica; Grape Brandy; Isco Grape Juice,
white; Isco Grape Juioe, red.
Panama Prices Prevail
Here This Week on PANAMA HATS.
The $7.50 kind now $4.50
The $6 50 kind now &50
Yee Chan & Co.,
DRY GOODS DEALERS.
Corner King and Bethel
Colonel P. I.. Denny, clilef quarter
master United States Mnrlno Corps,
has completed his piullmlnnry Investi
gation mill Infection of tlio site
for the now mnrlno liarracl:s at ol'nrl
Hurlxir reservation. Ho will sail for
the malnlnnil liy tho Pacific Mall Man
churia tomorrow morning.
DIS8ELL GOE8 TO THE COA8T.
M J UIskcII for many cars past a
aluul member of the staff of tho In-tcr-Islnnil
Ktcnm N'nii;atlon Company,
Is one of tho passengers hooked to de
nirt for tho iiialnl.mil hv the PnclOc
Mnll liner Manchuria, sailing for San
Krnnclsco tomorrow. Mr. Ulsscl was
glen u very cnjoyahlo Inrcuell at the
Alexander Young Hotel last evening,
at which many of his old-time friends
Tho Territorial Hoard of Immigra
tion hag decided to send A, L. C. At
kinson hack to Manchuria In search of
nioro Itunslnn Immigrants who can ho
Impressed with the iKisslhilllles of life
In Hawaii. It Is expected that Atkln
Mm will return to the OiUnt an the
Siberia, sailing from Honolulu on No
vember 16th. although tho date of his
-departure hag not been definitely do-
General satisfaction ha been ex
pressed by those who arc. Interested In
the bringing of immigrants to tho Ter
ritory from the land of the Czar with
tho results of Atkinson's Initial effort
and It Is stated that the hecond con
tingent of Russinns will be n.uch larg
er than the first Tho Inmilsrntlon
authorities hao been convinced that
tho settlers of Mnnchuna are about
tho right solution for Haw nil's labor
problem and accordingly hso decided
thnt'Atkluson shill continue his lab
ors. MUCH JOY AMONG
Noxt Tuesday evening will bo a
jojnus occasion among the members
of tho various lodges of Odd Fellows
of Honolulu. During the presenta
tion of a pleating program, a mort
gage amounting to about 130,001)
will he burned as a fitting flnnlo to
the lining of this weight of debt
which has hoered over the Odd Tel
lows' Ilullding on Kort street.
A card party followed by a dance
will bo a fen turn of tho entertain
ment. Prices will bo offered and
refreshments served during tho
oenlng. Extelslor Lodge No. 1 will
bo the hosts and tho committee has
left nothing to be desired.
When You Buy At
YOU get value two fold for every dollar you spend
over the counter. We have made a careful
selection of the stock we offer.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
White Figured Madras 15c, 20c, 25o and 30o a yard
Small Check Nainsook , 10c and 15c a yard
White Muslin 15c, 20c and 25c a yard
White Check Swiss 10o a yard
White Madras Shirting 20c a yard
Lily of the Valley Batiste. 40 inches wide 25c a yard
Wild Rose Batiste, 40 inches wide 25c a yard
White Star Batiste, 40 inches wide 20c a yard
Four-Leaf Clover Batiste, 40 inches wide 15o a yard
White Mercerized Pongee, all the latcjt shades 30c and 40c a yard
Men's All-Wool Suits from $6.75 to $12.75, all of latest style and custom made.
FROM 20c to 50c A PAIR UNUS
UAL VALUE IN BLACK AND
Ladies' superior quality Silk,
in black, lavender, pink, grey
and sky, at 51.15 a pair
Ladies' White Lisle Gauze, ,25c pair
Children's Extra Fine Cotton..
20 25c and 30c pair
Children's Extia Fine Lisle at
25c and 30c
HEAVY AND FINE RIBBED
Ladies' Panama Skirts, brown,
navy, grey $
Ladies' x anama Skirts, in tan,
navy, black andbrown, . . ,
Ladies' Panama Black Skirts.
Ladies' Etoamine Black Skirts
Ladies' Voile Black Skirts...
Ladies' Albatross Black Skirts
Ladies' Panama Black Skirts.
Ladies' Etamine Black Skirts
$9.50 up to 12.50
$20.00 Ladies' Black Silk
Skirts for 15.00
No. 7 10c yard
No. 9 12Vc yard
No. 12 15c yard
No. 80 30c, 35c yard
No. 200 45c yard
6-inch' 60c yard
7-inch 75c yard
White 'Lawn Trimming
. .$1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00
White Lawn, extra fine
. .$2.50, $3.00, $4.00, $5.00. $6.00
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.
BUYING OUR STOCKS
Ban Frnnclsco has waked up to tho
fact that thcro Is money In Hawaiian
Mocks. There Is no other way of In
terpreting tho flurry in Onomca and
I'nnuhau that was the fcaturo of to
day's market. Onomca nrriviug on tho
Alameda tomorrow from San Fran
cisco was bought for El or thereabouts
and before It was delivered locally h.ts
been sold back to Ban Francisco ut 57,
so someone Is skimming financial
cream off the top of things.
Other Blocks nro moving In sym
pathy. I'aanhau, another of the stocks
figuring In tho llrower-lrwln deal, took
n Jump today and sold on tho Ex
change at 30, the lust previous salci
being at a fraction abovo 28.
Walalua sold yesterday afternoon nt
121 and none appears to bo coming
out. Tho wholo list Is strgng and ap
pears to ho certiln told that way.
Some of tho Investors Who were hold
ing off for tho "holiday stump" nro
wondering whether tho slump will
ever como . Most of them luno dccld
cd thnt they figured tho nurkct
wrong, and they are bit) lug.
Applo cider supplied by establish
ments conducted by two Chlncso
named Sing Kce nud P. K. Soong
has been declared badly adulterated
and It has come under tho ban of
tho pure food law.
Tho Chinese have been placed
under arrest for vending the com
pound which has been masquerad
ing under the gulso of tho pure juice
of the npple.
The Chlncso will havo an oppoi
tunlty of explaining their connec
tion with the handling of Imitation
cider before Judge Andrado on Tues
Should there be any unduo com
motion noted in the vicinity or
Tort and King streets tonight, the
police hat di been advised that it
emanates from the upper floors of
the Elks' building, The Antlered
herd comprising the live ones from
Honolulu Lodge of Hlkg will make
merry this evening. Tne occasion
for the celebration hns been assign
ed to u vnilety of muses ranging
from the discovery of tho north polo
to a satisfactory rotation of tho tel
ephone controversy. An Interesting
program of stunts has been planned.
It will be all to the merry In Elk
dom If the dire threats of the en
tertainment and house committee
ore carried Into execution.
Two Japanese hacks b'elonging to
n stand near tho corner of llere
tanla and Nuuanu streets became.
lnoled In a mix-up which result
ed in one of them tearing down Nu
uanu street behind an Infurintcd
horse. The Japanese rig mot with a
hock ilrhon by T. Miller, tho latter
vehicle being considerably damaged.
The horso belonging to tho Japaneso
was captuicd by the police near
Anla Park. The Japanese declared
his intentions of settling for tho
damugc to Miller's rig.
IMwIn Q. Child, nt one tint email
ugur of tho Hawaiian hotel. Is in town
ngan and Is putting up ut tho old re
Jos. Kalolo, charged with malicious
Injury, was nrialgncd before Judgo An
drudu this morning nnd his caso will
go oer until November 12th.
Dickie DaWs, tho well known Maul
(port, Is In the city onco again and Is
looking up nil Jits old friends. He sajs
that the projects for a good raco
meeting at Wulluku on next I'ourth
There will bo a special meeting of
the N. O. II. athletes tonight ut tho
bungalow at 7:30 o'clock. All Nation
nl Cliiard men nro requested to attend,
ns the meeting will go Into tho matter
of the military sports which nro to
bo held on .the Sunday utter Thanks,
F M. Hatch, tho Washington ropro.
sentntlvtt of the Chamber of Com.
uiirro will sail for tho mainland by
tho Meaner Manchuria. Mr. Hatch
will resumo his duties Httlio national
capital In looking aftor the commer
cial Interests or this territory,
K. C, Drown, local manager of tho
Dearborn Drug Company, accompanied
by .Mrs, Ilrown aro going to tho main
land bj tho bteumer Mauchurlu. Thoy
expect to bo ahrcnt for scleral months.
ONi: THOUSAND tons additional
Jnpanchu coal will bo lelt nt Honolulu
(lie fuel to bo taken from tho shipment
biought to tho port by thu United
Staten aimv transport Dlx, Tho army
unit will theiefore bo unable to ro
minio her ovngo to Soattlo hefoio
Tomorrow night tho Jnpanceo Mcr
chnntB' Association will glo Us an
nual banquet on tho grounds of tho
Mochlzukl Club at Wnlklkl. About
two hundred Initiations Invo been Is
Buril. Tho grounds will bo Illuminated with
electric lights nnd Japanese lanterns.
Tho tent which has been erected for
tho occasion will also le lighted. After
the dinner the guests will bo enter,
tallied by tho geisha girls.
IN FOREIGN FORTS
Friday. November 5.
NEW YOIIK Sailed No. 4:
Bk. Fooling Sucy, for Honolulu.
MONTEREY Sailed No. 4:
Jnp. cruiser Idr.imn. for Honolulu.
PORT SAN LUIS? Arrived Nov. 4:
S. 8 Washtenaw, henco.
POUT TOWNSEND Arrived Nov. 4:
Ilktnc. Dcnlcla, henco Oct. 10.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Nov. 6:
S. S. Cilyn Mam, for Ilonortilu.
SAN ril.VNCI8CO Sailed No. 5:
Ocr. cruiser Arcona, for
PORT TOWNFENO Arrhod Nov. C:
Schr. Sophie Chrlstcnscn, from Port
Joseph Wahn, who blackened the op
tic of his wife, and Indulged in other
frUolltlcg which had n tendency to
cnitso bodily damage has been ordered
to npiienr for trial before Judgo An
drado at Pollco Court tomorrow morn
ing. The woman appeared considerab
ly tho worse for wear vhen sho called
at the station yesterday to enter com
plaint. Four Porto Rlcans who wero placed
under arrest lust Sunday and ellcgod
by tho police as having been present
at n certain plnce In Knkanko, whero
gambling wnB carried on, wero re
leased this mornllng. Thrco drew sus
pended sentences while the caso
against the fouilh w nolle tiro-'
Repairs being mndo on tho John
hna hrldgo has closed tho thorough
fare bearing that nnnio to all traffic
for n week past. The work is ex
peeled to be completed within n few
Among tho pnssonscrs booked for
pnssigo for Pan Francisco by tho Pa.
clflc Mnll steamer Mancliuila nro A. O,
Stoll F. I,. Knight, O. Y. Putton Rev.
Uchlda, Mrs. F. J, Morgan and Cap
tain it. uaucl.
Tho time for opening bids for con
siriicung roiinantions and setting a
high lift tmmp nt Beretania Pumping
Station is poatponed for ono vook un
til Nnicnibcr ID.
Among those registered nt tho Itoynl
Hawaiian hotel nro J. A. Reld of Ko
hala and W. T. Robinson of Wnlluku,
This Is Ouy Tawks day and also tho
blithdny nnutvcisary of acrrlt P. WH
To Let Desk room or part fine,
light office In dndd building. Ap
pl) mom 3on. 4trs-:u
1 1-4 acres at Kalihl'Valley, with
five-room cottage. Free Water. Hen
Houses. Stables. 1,100 ft. Wire
netting fence. 300 Bananas, etc.
4 doz. Hens. Wh. Flymouth Rocks
and Wh. Leghorns. Good Horse and
Buegy. All for
Also 2 4 acres unimproved, adjoin
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Bids;. 74 S. King St.
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
Are Now On Display
Handsome Bordered and Fancy Designs
12 l-2c, 15c, 20c a yard
THE PLACE TO BUY
We sell more pillows than all the other stores in Ho
nolulu combined. That's because wc sell the best pillows
for the least money. You'll hardly believe our prices un
less you come to the s tore and sec for yourself.
HONOLULU WIRE BED CO.,
Kapiolani Bldg. Cor. King and Alakea.
At All Watcbdealers.
Ant tcr Hawaiian Island.
'or. FOB! and KINO Sti.. HovdiU
Bargains in , ,
Who has taste and wish
es to bny a perfect
home in the beautiful
residence district of
Makikl. We have a
which cost to build
$16,000, and the land
alone having a value
of $5,000. The owner
will sell and is willing
to sacrifice the place
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAB BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses
etc, 2to. All kieds of KOA ana
MISSION . FURNITURE Made T
King Street. Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AMD FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DESCRIPTION
VAN CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. HOTEL ST.
WING ON CHONG
Brine- vour nictures in and we'll
design frame to yeur satisfaction.
Bethel, 0pp. the Empire.
Po. 0. Box 771.
Hade up the latest or any style,
Fort and Beretania Sts.
LADIES' WOOL SWEATERS
SILK AND KID GLOVES
SILK LISLE HOSIERY
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street.
Dressmaker from Paris. Stylish
Dresses, tailor-made specialties. Rea
sonable prices. Harrison Block,
Beretania and Fort streets.
FRENCH and EYELET
MRS. 7, ROSENBERG
Alexander Young Hotel.
JB-"f-or Rent" erdt on tale at
h Bulletin ottlro
A lovelv bungalow: 6
rooms. Lot iuuxiou. ,wi
Ocean View I
A home on Kapitlani St. flf
8 rooms. Lot 75x125. 3,700 0
Lot near car line 000.1
A 6-room bungalow. Lot
178x430. near Waia-
lae Road 1,550
Six-room cottage; newly
and reuaired: lot 50x
Seven -room cottage, on
lot 75x140 l.GOO.C
Seven-room house, on lot
planted with fruit
trees; everything in
apple-pie order. Lot
50x160. A bargain..
On Fort St. A six-room
Don't put off until to
morrow what you
should do today. To
morrow never tomes.
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.
Plinno 1159 go Vin.
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