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EVENINd BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TIIIJUHI1AY, NOV. II, 1003.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
Positively the last days of our great
Your loss if you dont' take advantage of this Sale.
Reductions are bona-fide
There is a big saving in price. Shirt Waists arc this
season's styles and include the well-known
Knickerbocker Shirt Waists
Island of Jamaica
Shut off From World
COLON, Nov. 10. There litis been no communication lictwcen tills
point mitl Kingston, .Intnalcn, Bine Monday, nnd there Is generni nliirm
lent Unit Inland tins licen visited by Some severe seismic dlstuib.inct-. It
Is further icported that other Islands In the Caribbean have been cut
oft fiom conmmiilratlou. It Is feared that the disturbance has been
i mm i e
WORK ON CANAL FORGINQ AHEAD.
WASIIINOTON. Xiiv. 10. Th
zone Oct. 23 marked tlio completlo
Atiicilcan ndiiinlsliiillon must do to
This work, added fo that done by t
lha canal construction, and the ent
thlslniportant tulle post In tlio wor
The, vxcaviitlnu leconi In roun
- ' Two beautiful dolls elegantly dressed now on display
in our show window will be
to the children gcttin g the highest number of votes,
A voting coupon with every 25c purchase.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co. Ltd.
Cor. Fort and Beretania Sts.
Opp. Fire Station.
Excavated by tho Kiench
Kxcuvnted by tho Americans
Remaining to be excavated
Tho Kiclicli Ix'gan to dig In 183
Americans in 1904. They actual!
though not over half that time wit
been at work n few das less than II
working n full force a little over lit
t end of the dn's work on the catial
n of Just ha.lf the work which the
open the I'nniimn Canal fpr ships,
he French, completes two-thirds of
Ire zone Is Informally celebrating
0 numbers Is:
2, and turned the latial over (o tho
y worked about eighteen jcars, al
ii u full force. The Americans hac
e years nnd n half, nnd have been
ice en 1 8.
NO APPOINTMENTS UNTIL AFTER NEW YEARS. ' k
WASIIINOTON, Nov. 10. President Tnft arrived here todny from
his gieat tour, In tho course of which he has mad' -00 speeches ami
taken ti.ii t In mmtcious receptions and ccicmotiles. He leaves tho capi
tal Thursday, going to Hartford tin til Sunday.
Ho states that he will make "o announcements of appointments to.
diplomatic poats until after New Years.
ALEXANDER AND SMITH TO CONTEST ELECTIONS.
l.OS ANtlKl.TIS, Nov. 10. As n result of tlio pilmary elections to
day, .Major Alexander the incumbent, and (leorgo Smith, were chosen as
tho candidates to contest the election fur mnor of the city. Tho ballot
ing ivsults and tho manner of holding tho primaries under the new law
mo declared satisfactory. '
I e I
RAILROAD FIREMEN DEMAND RAISE.
CIIICAOO, Nov. 10. The united llrcmon of forty-two western rnll-
twill lines !ine presented demands u pun Uio various managements' ask
ing for a "Jo per cent Increase In tho jr pay. A refusal on tlio purl ot
tho iiriiiagcniontH will probbaly lead to n stilkc In which 2ft, 000 men
will bo Involved.
BANK WRECKER WANTS REVIEW.
WASIIINOTON, Nov. 10. A petition has been filed wllli tlio Su
premo Court, asking tliaMiody to roew tho trial of Charles M. Morse,
tho Ico king, who, a month ngo, w.i 8 sentenced to n term of fifteen
c.ii8 In prison for embezzlement.
An Oriental Gift
Is valued for its uniqueness as much as n t"ken of re
rnembrance. The showing of g oods here were imported in view of
the demand for unique and valuable CHINESE GOODS for
CHRISTMAS GIFTS. Yo uare invited to inspect the goods
WING W0 TA1 & CO.,
041 Nuuanu St.
bliriitioi.il CorriiDODdwct S;hooli. . rv
Agtncy for Hawaiian Islands .,.,,.931 Fort St., HonoInlqN
. tlmm wpUlo. vutioat fwtbir oblWttfcm t n tvt,
14 ) I r'
how Caret HriMr
I Minrrrtol LW
HinM A frtTiMM
It. I lflklls .,tJ
Panama Prices Prevail
Here This Week on PANAMA HATS.
The $7.50 kind now $4.80
The $6.50 kind now &50
Yee Chan & Co.,
DRY GOODS DEALERS.
Corner King and Bethel
Mystery of Those Hidden
There was ono exhibit which fail
ed to bo presented ns evidence by
the prosecution In the chnrgo of
gambling preferred against nine Jap
anese gamblers who were gathered
In by tho police department caily
A few very small dlco, Buch ns
used by Nipponese gamesters In car
lylng on n successful seven-come-'leven
luuii, are alleged to hate been
present In police lourt, hut for obvi
ous icabons weiu not Introduced.
The diminutive cubes reposed
within tho anatomy of ono of tho
Jnpnneso defendants, and thcio was
nothing for Prosecuting Attorney
Cathcart but to uwait the persuasivo
Influence of applied medical science
to pioducc tho much desired dice.
It Is expected that Kxhlblt A
will soon bo available.
It was duo to the efforts of Depu
ty Sheriff Itoko, Kcllctt nnd Ofllcer
Apaiin that tho Jnpanese vverc"cup
tilled. vitiligo Kddlngs appeared In court
this morning and announced that
bo had been summoned to appear for
I. number of Japanese, hut that he
had not met with tho parties. Tho
defendants had been ranged Into lino
before tho pollio court tribunal and
then woro given u foimal lutioduc
tlou to their iniiiibcl. In order to
better solvo the myhtory of the hid
den dlco, Judgo Andrudo postponed
n preliminary hearing In this case,
until Monday morning.
It appears that tho banker In tho
gauio was u Japanese woman, upon
whose clothing was found n small
lortune. In addition to over $100
In gold coin, tho o Ulcers disc-owned
i-evcial hundred dollars In bills and
The gauio had evidently been n
Considerable icslstcncc wns of
fered tho olflcers In gaining admis
sion to the premises. Many daring
nnd Ingenious devices had been
planned to circumvent the approach
of the minions of the law. It Is be
lieved that through tlio separating
machine operated by tho Japanese
proprietor ho has accumulated a
largo wnd of tho coin of the realm.
The increasing demand for these
guaranteed Blue Serges show
clearly how this special value is
appreciated. As we have already
told you these suits are guaran
teed all wool fast colors and to
wear satisfactorily. We replace any suit
that goes wrong any time with a new suit
THE KASH CO LTD.;
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets
I i M ("ill
Now that the fllng machlno craze
has struck tho coast, It Is nnnoimccil
by n local nun that ho has been up
proached by an aviator who wants to
g'lvo exhibitions of tho heavier than
nlr machines In this city.
Outsldo of moving pcturo bhous, t
Is doubtful It nnj ono In Honolulu over
Haw a nncroplano at work In tho at
mosphere Mini If Price, tho man who
offers to como to Hawaii, gets the
terms ho asks, tho crlvwl that will at
tend tho tlinw will bo Hut hugest over
itrnwn together In Hawaii
Moiiuiiliia has linen suggested as nn
Ideal phico for the flight, ami the park
lcuihi Iti elf to tho hcliemo In over)
way. Tho aeioplaiio could clrclo tho
valley all lliu tlmo. and tho spectators
tented on tho overlooking bills, would
bavo a better slglit of tho Hying ma
chlno In action than could ho obtained
In any other part of tho world.
Not only could the aeroplane ho oh
bcrwil from below, but by ascending
(he hills. It would bo (sisslblo to look
down upon tho blrd-llko machlno ami
bco tho Intrepid aviator handle It. Huch
a view would bo uiilnii'j, and Hawaii, as
usual, would lead the world In some
Ten per cent penalty is to be add
ed to all taxes not paid before the
WILL BE OWEN AWAY
Voting Contest At Sachs
-Two Dressed Dolls
Given Away ,
When j on are In the vlclnlly of Tort
nnd lleictnnla streets don't fall to look
Into tho Ilerotanln street window of
SachB Dry Goods Co. ami Wo the luau
tlful dressed doll on exhibition there.
Ths lovely doll will be given tiwaj
Christmas day to the little girl In the
uoliilii receiving the gieatest number
of votes from Sachs' customers from
now until Chrlktmns ove. The con
test Is now In full swing and thousands
of votes are being cast dully for pop
ular llttlo girls In this city.
If you know of some llttlo miss tli.it
would like n gient big doll, diesscd In
tho host boniiMful gown that a doll
could wear, then nti can belli that lit
tle girl to get tho Sachs' doll, by will
lug her namo on your voting coupons
mid asking jonr friends to do tho
Tho doll Is very largo for n iloll
nnd has a ciown of tlio prettiest brown
hulr that ever n doll woro. It is
dressed In n beautiful princess gown
of real satin and made by ono of tho
best dressmakers 111 Honolulu. It
wears u real I'arlslan plctuio hat made
by a teal milliner and tho whole jiuiko-
up is In keeping with what u llttlo
princess should look like.
A voting coupon Is given with every
25c piirchaso at Sachs' and the Sachs'
customers who get In now and work
lor their llttlo friends will have a good
Don't fail to see tho dolt In the win
dow, Then jou'll Jindei stand why mi
many llttlo girls aro anxious to get It
I'or tho llttlo girl that nearly gets
the doll, bat not qultu theio la anoth
er doll almost as largo mid ipillo as
Hetty. This ono Is In tlio window
k n t: h n tt n n m n n a u n n
The Science of Dyeing
Is understood perfectly by the F, Thomas Dyeing- Works.
THE TRENCH LAUNDRY, Audit.
J. Abadie,.Prop. 258 Beretania St.
..BULLETIN ADVERTISER' APPRECIATES RESULTS.
This frank acknowledgment of leturns from II u 1 1 n 1 1 n adver
tising, could bo truthfully b mado by every II u 1 1 o 1 1 n ndveitlscr
If a lest was made: ,
Honolulu, T. II., Oct. 29, 1909.
Jlnnager K v o u I n g II u 1 1 o 1 1 n, City. ,
Dtnr Sir: It Is a pleasure to Infoim you that our iidvcitlsement
on Iteil Heal Carbons lias In ought about tho increased sale and pop
ulaiity of tho Mime. In fact, our recent advcitlscmcut In your paper
has brought about actual insults without puisoual solicitations,
Yours cry liuly,
OIVICi: SUl'I'l-Y CO., LTD..
Clius. N. Mairtuez,
Tho icsulls fiom II u 1 1 o 1 1 u advoitlulng Is accounted for In tho
fact that ninety per cent of llio I'.iigllsli lending public of Hawaii
read tho II vonlng II u 1 1 o 1 1 n. Why not profit by others' adver
For men, women nnd children,
with monogram. Triced from $2.00
up to $20.00.
For ladies and gentlemen, 14
karat solid gold. Priced from
All Holiday Roods on display in a
M. R. Counter,
1142 Fort St.
WING CHONG CO
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses
etc., Etc. All kinds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE 'AtAt X'
King Street. Ewa of Fiihmarket.
bRY Q00DS AND FURKISHINb
O0ODS of EVERY DE-
At All Watchdealers.
Agent fcr Hawaiian Islands,
nr FORI and KINO Sts.. Hol-l. .
Thnt will make attractive Holiday
(if ts are on display here.
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street.
HONOLULU DANCING ACADEMY
Meets Monday and Friday nights at
8:30 o'clock. Kilolmna Art League,
undw the direction of
New Dances n Specialty.
Information fnrnishej by Otto
Burmester at WALL. NICHOLS CO.,
Kinc; dt. Telephone Store 281.
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
a cut of Latest Styles in
1028 NUUANU ST
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KAIMUKI WANTS FAIR SERVICE.
as being unalterably opposed to grant
Ing further public pi l lieges to the
Itaphl Ti.iuslt until n ten or twelve
minute service Is assured to Knliuiikl
Tho rorporatlon has m.ulo a number
of pilnili.es regarding tho Impiovement
of tho car service, hut while tho resl
dents of tho district have walled pa
Itcntly the months liavp slipped b)
and nothing has been done.
1 1-4 acres at Kalihl Valley, with
five-room cottace. Free Water. Hen
Houses. Stables. 1,100 ft. Wire
netting fence. 300 Bananas, etc,
4 doz. Hens. Wh. Plymouth Rocks
and Wh. Leghorns. Good Horse and
Butriry. All for
Also 2.4 acres unimproved, adjoin
P. E. R. Strauch
WAfi CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Xverythine absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. HOTEL ST.
WING ON CHONG
Brine; yonr pictures in and we'll
design frame to your satisfaction.
Bethel, 0pp. the Empire.
' Po. 0. Box 771.
Chas. R. Frazier
Phone 371. 122 King St. '
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Corner Union and Beretania Sts.
House Consulting. 2-3 p. m.. Sat-,
urdays excepted. Oacratlnc. 8-13
a. m., 3-6 p. m.
The best in
ROSES, CARNATIONS and other
MRS. E. M. TAYLOR,
tfounp; Bide;. ' Tel. 339.
3am boo Furniture hade to Order.
Hcture Frntrlnic a Specialty.
6G3 S. BERETANIA IT.
74 S, King St,
imufacturtd from pure distilled wa
'r. Delivered to any part of city b
)AHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
walo. Tettphona B2S.
The Industrial Editiw: of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, fiO rents at B u 1
I p t i n office,
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California ud
Jew York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage Licenses; Drawt
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Etc. Attorney for th?
District Courts. 79 MERCHANT STi
HONOLULU; PHONE 310. ,
Delivered to residence!
and offices at 25o jei
hundred in 10-lb. loti
W. O. BAHNHART,
13) Merchant St
the ONLY table drink,
hired by the
Arctic Soda Water Works
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