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EVKNINQ BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II. WKDNK8IMY NOV. 10 '09.
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UNIQUE IN COLORING AND GENUINELY BARE IN DESION. 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 XING STREET.
A hiRh-ftradc $5.00 Regal Custom
special, A style that yleases. A
pattern that fits. A leather that
ewars. This shoe is guaranteed to
wear. fit. hold its shape as long as
any $0.50 and $7.00 shoe made.
Our Repair Shop is the only place
in town where you can Ret shoes re
paired by the time you want them.
Regal Shoe Store,
Kinc and Bethel Sts.
FOR EVERY HOUSEKEEPER
Easy Way To Rid the House of
Cockroaches, Itats, M!ce. etc
It Ih the oaidust thing in tho world
to rid Hie luniM) of rat, 'nice, cock
roaches, waterhiigH, etc., hy using the
ol.l rcllahlo Stearns' Electric Uat and
Ittiach Paste, which has been on the
market for thirty years.
It la ready mixed for nso and as It
Ih In paste form, there Is no powder to
blow aw a) and get Into food.
See that ocry packago bears the
fdgnnturo of J. J. Kearney, and then
jou will got the genuine; tho only
guaranteed exterminator, ilio only one
whero onr druggist will refund your
money If II docs not do tho work.
Apply Stearns' Kloctrlc 1'o.sto nt
night. In sinks, pantries, etc., nnd In
the morning you can swoop up a pan
ful of deail cockroaches.
Use It where thero nrc rats and
mice, nnd after eating It, they will run
out of doors to die.
All reliable druggists sell Stearns'
Ulectrlc Pasto: 2 oz. box 25c, 10 oz.
box $1.00, or sent express prepaid.
Stearns' electric Pasto Co., Chlcnago,
Sealed tenders will bo received
by the Superintendent of Public
Works until 12 in. of 'Wednesday, 1
December 15, 1909, for furnishing,
the Department of Public Works j
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ship's tackle Knhulul, Maul.
Specifications and proposal blanks
on file In the Department of Public
The Superintendent of Public
Works reserves the right to reject
any or all bids.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Dept. of Public Works, Honolulu,
Nov. 8, 1909. HG2-ai
DUNN'S HAT SHOP,
Cor. Fort and Beretania.
JELLIES and JAMS
GETTING READY FOR
Will have opening Nov. 22.
MRS. J. ROSENBERG
Alexander Youne Hotel '
Next to Cable
185 taltorlal room 256 bul1
nets otflet. Then art tho talophont
iimhuri rr t RullMIn nffle
Offer Of Telescope For
The prospects nro bright for tho
becnrlng of ran observatory for Hono
lulu, probably under tho control of
the College of Hnwnll.
An Informal meeting was held last
evening at tfio University Club, at
tended by members of the Collego fac
ulty and scernl officials of tho Terri
The meeting was held In connection
with the offer of n Pittsburg Institu
tion to Hcud n large telescope to Ho
nolulu to bu used in tho tuklns of sci
entific datn in this latitude on Unl
it) 's comet next spring
It was the opinion that if tho teles
tope was received nnd n building
creeled for Its accommodation through
local suhscilptlon it would probably
be retained here.
Tho slip of tho proposed observatory
whs also discussed. Tho future nnd
permanent site of tho College of Ha
waii In Manoa was considered, but
the impiesslon of the members of tho
College faculty seems to be that Kal
muki would bo better ndairtcd to tho
purposes of nn observatory.
If the largo telescope. Is not re
ceived from tho Hast, a six-Inch tel
escope now owned by the College will
l.e placed In position so as to he avail
i.blo to tho public when Hnllcy'8 comet
I p pears,
HAWAII AWARDS TWO
(Special to the nil 1 let In)
Hllo, Nov. 9. Tho Hoard of Super
visors at Its meeting last, week award
ed two ioad-bulldlng contract, ono for
the construction of a couple of sections
of tho Keamoku-Wnlmea road, tho
road between Kohala and Kona. and
which caused even tho Congressional
lsltors to lament; and the other a
contract for the top-dressing of tho
Kenttmokti n-tf flow road In Knu. Peter
Arloll was tho successful bidder In the
first case, and tho Volcano Stables In
I he second.
In the matter of tho Walmoa-Kotia
lo.nl bids wcro received fiom Peter Ar
loll. B. Voryand the Volcano Stables,
by sections, as follows:
tlons Stables Arloll Wory
S B 470.00 ,S 5 920.73 7 7fi8.00
B 390.00 3 23C..70 7,377.00
COlO.Oft 3,792.63 7,808.00
6 290.00 5.019.20 0,288.00
1,455.00 1.230.00 1,783.00
ASK AID OF
Library of Hawaii
A meeting will bo held today by tho
trustees of tho Library of Hawaii and
tho Hawaiian Historical Society at
which an effort will bo mada toward
securing the concurrence' of the His
torical Society In a plan for tho plac
ing ot Its olumes and documents In
tho custody of the Library of Hawaii
when Its building Is constructed
through he generosity of Andrew Car
negie or other means.
Tho agreement providing for tho
consolidation of the Honolulu Heading
Room Association Into tho Library of
Hawaii has been continued nnd now
tho next elfort of tho trustees of the
Collego of Hawaii will bo toward ho
curing tho support of tho Hawaiian
Historical Society with Its fund or in
teresting and Invaluablo data, bearing
upon tho history and development of
tho Territory. Tho books nnd docu
ments of tho Association nro now
housed In the building of tho Honolulu
Heading Room Association.
During his approaching trip to the
mainland Governor Krcnr expects to
meet Mr; Carnegie In New York and
will then Inform the Imnmnstcr that
tho conditions of the consolidation of
fall interests Into one "Library ot Ha
waii"' has been accomplished.
8an Franciscan Readc Paper. De
troit, Mich., Oct. 21. Tho delegates
to tho annual convention of tho Amor
lean gas Institute devoted today to tho
reading of technical papers. Among
those wluj cnnttlbutcd to tho program
was Edward C. Jpnos of San Francisco.
Total . .J24.SI5.00 $23,225.30 $31,204.00
Craze for Lincoln Pennies Philadel
phia, Oct. 20. So great has been tho
demand for now Lincoln pennies that
nothing else has been coined at tho
mint In this city since the end of
June. Tho coinage of tho capper coins
In tho three nnd a half months has
reached tho total of 70,000,000 pennies.
There were only two bidders for the
Kenumoku rond Job In KaKu. nnmel)
tho Volcano Stables and Chas. Arloll.
Tho contract cn'ls for the top-dressing
with red dirt two Inches deep of a
piece of an flow road about 17.400 feet
in length, tho toad to bo eight feet
wide. The bids were: Arloll, $1600,
and Volcano btables, $1370.
On motion by Lyman tho chairman
wns authorized to contract with Peter
Arloll for the last two sections of C
Wnlmen-Konn road, Involving a totul
expenditure at this time, of $G,209.2O.
Tho Kan work will not bo begun mi
til after funds havo becomo available.
DIED THIS MORNING
Efficient Teacher For 45
Years In Public
Miss Louisa Brlckwood died this
forenoon from the Btroko of apoplexy
i.uffered on Sunday morning. She did
not recover consciousness but gradu
ally and peacefully passed away.
Miss Urtckwood served nearly forty
five years In tho public service of tho
Territory, she having been a teacher
In the Hoyal School during nearly If
not quite all of that pciiud. She was
a daughter of the Hon. Arthur 1.
Urlckwood, who was for many car
tho postmnster general of the Hawaii
The Urlckwood family was Intimate
ly nnd prominently associated with tho
highest officials during the du of tho
MIks Urlckwood 'was r sister of Mrs.
Houston, wlfo of IUmr-Admlrul Hous
ton, United States Navy; Mrs. Kiniim
Huchnnan, who Is now in San Kran
cIbco with tho children of Princess Kn
wananakoa; Mrs. Olffnrd, wlfo of Wal
ter M. Olffard of W. 0. Irwin & Co.,
ond Arthur P. Urlckwood, bookkeeper
of Honokna plantation, Shu was
tho aunt of Lieut, Victor Hous
ton, U, S. N., In command of tho U.
S. S. Iroquois and In charge of tho
local lighthouse district; ami also aunt
uf Mrs. A. A. Wilder, wlfo of Justice
Wilder of tho supreme bench, nnd Har
old Olffard of tho Henry Wntcrhouso
Trust Company. Miss Urlckwood re
sided nt tho old Urlckwood homo cor
ner of Kccnumoku and Hculii streets.
Miss Urlckwood was 58 year of
Tho funeral will ho held from St.
Andrew's Cathedral tomorrow after
noon nt 3 o'clock. Private, services for
the family will be held at tho homo
earlier in tho day.
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
Are Now on Display
Bargains in Rugs
We're going to clear out a lot of fine rugs during
the next few days. If you want to buy a real serviceable
rug CHEAP it will pay you to get in on this sale.
HONOLULU WIRE BED CO.,
J. S. Bailey.
Xing and Ahkca Sts.
COLLEGE VYOMEN GET
Cincinnati, Oct. 28. Tho Associa
tion of Collegiate Alumnae, In con-
cut Ion here, today rushed to the de
fence ot higher co-cducntlon ns a bene
ftclal Influence In tho homo.
It was shown by statistics that tho
collego women mnrry stronger men
nnd choose more wisely nnd that one
thlid ot the husbands of college wom
en havo higher salaries on the nvcr
ago than the huslands of women who
havo never attended collego.
It was computed that tho college
woman had 3 0-10 children, while the.
non-collcgo woman had 3 5-iO, so col
lege women wcro In tho lead slightly,
although they married later In life
than women who nover attended col
lege. Miss M. Cary Thomas, president ot
Dryn Mswr Collego, chairman of n
committee that has taken statistics on
collego women In tho United States, re
ports that when men and women aro
educated together thero Is no greater
number of marriages than when tho
sexes are educated separately; that
778 out of 1,600 collego women enjoy
excellent health; only eight college
women out of 1,000 havo Ill-health;
that tho health ot women Improves
whllo In college; Hint college women
In general havo better health than
women who don't attend college.
"STICKS EVERYTHING BUT THE BUYER."
Undoubtedly the best paste in the market for mount
ing photos, etc.
In tubes, jars and pencils.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
Evening Bulletin 75c. Per Month
Our Great Clearance Sale Must End at
9 o'clock Saturday Night
This means that the ladies and gentlemen of Honolulu who have not already taken advantage of the offers we
have made can do so if they come before closing time.
WE MUST HAVE ROOM FOR NEW GOODS. 18 cases of New Goods arrived by theAlameda, and
will be iucluded in this great sale of Dry Goods. ' '
MEN'S SUITS at the Lowest Prices ever charged for the quality. s
The New Goods include LADIES' WAISTS-something unusually bright and fresh.. Also DRESS
GOODS for Ladies and Children.
The SHOE DEPARTMENT is opening unusual ba'rgains in shoes for Ladies', Children and Men.
We are not selling back number goods. Everything is new.
; L. B. KERR & CO., Alakea Street