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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T II., THURSDAY. NOV. 18, IDMi,
These frames we arc showinj; nio
unusual, the hand carving is artist
ically done, and the designs arc rare
YOU should have a
-HAT made from one
of our new French Modelsr
just received from the
DUNN'S HAT SHOP
We frame pictures to your order,
mini; our taste when requested.
ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP,
FORT BELOW KINO STREET.
Corporation Not ces
Notice to Stockholders.
Xtitlrr Is lureliy Riven that I hi"
iiinlurflKiH'il will make n partial ills
lilliulloli of the assets ot (lie Metro
IKilll.m Mf.it Company, Limited, mi
tl.iwalliiii lortioriitliiii, to the extent
of (.10 per sliurn at the oMco of the
Audit Conii.iny of Hawaii, on llcthel
Stteel, llonolulii, Territory of lla
will. at nny time on or after the
llilli il.i of Xmcmlier, 1309
Stock lertlllcates must be pro-
Honolulu, T. H November 1".
A V. T. IIOTTOMLUY,
Trustee of Metropolitan
Meat Company, Limited.
t U.!i It
NOTICE OF SALE OF GENERAL
LEASE OF PUBLIC LANDS,
SITUATED AT WAIK1KI, K0
At 12 o'tlock noon. Monday, De
cember 13th, 190U, at the front en
trance to the Capitol, Honolulu,
there will be sold nt public auction
under piovlsluug of IMrt V, Land
Ait ISsr,. Sections 278-285 Inclu
sive, UeUucd Laws of Hawaii, n Ren.
eral lease of the'followlng described
l.ot No. 4A, Mookalil, area 21.5V
Lot No. 5. Kalla. area 22.22 acres
Not No. CC, Kaaumoa, area 1.97
Lot GD, Kapunn, area .53 acres.
I'pset rental, JS00.U0 per annum.
'aable neml-nnnually In advance.
Terms of lease, 5 years fiotn Jan
uary 3rd, 1910.
Cost of advertising to be paid by
Tor maps and further particulars,
apply to the oince uf tlw Commis
sioner of Public Lands, Honolulu.
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu, Oalui, Novem
ber 11, 1909.
1 104 Nov. 11, IS, 25. Dec. 3. 1,0.
Honolulu, T II..
November lfi. 1909.
Ilcholved, by t ho Hoard of Super
visors of the City and County of Ho
nolulu, Territory of Hawaii, that the
sum ot four hundred and ninety
dollars (1490.00) be and the same
lb hereby appropriated from the Ren
eral fund for the pa) men t of claim
Known as "Water Sprinkler, Wala
lua ltoad District."
Presented by Supervisor
J. C. QUINN.
The foregoing resolution was, nt
n regular meeting of the Hoard ot
Supervisors of the City and County
of Honolulu, held on Tuesday, No
vember 10, 1909, ordered pass to
I rlnt on tho following voto ot the
A) en: Alila, Aylctt, Cox, Kane,
Logan, McClellan, (Julnn. Total: 7.
D. KALAUOKALANI, JIl.,
Cleik, City ami County of
HC9 Nov. 17, 18, 19, 20, 22.
Honolulu, T, II.,
November 10, 1909.
Hcsolved, by the lloaul of Super
vlhots of tho City and County of Ho
nolulu, Terrltoiy of Hawaii, that the
sum of seven hundred dollars
((700.00) bo and the en mo Is horW
nppiopi luted out ot tho general fund
for the Installation of electric lights
at I'alolo Houd, Kalmukl 11 nd Aicvva
Heights. Dlstrlit of Honolulu.
Introduied by Supervisor
WM, A. KANK.
Tho foregoing resolution wus, ot
11 regular meeting of tho Hoard of
Sypoi visors of the City and County
of Honolulu, held on Tuesday, No
vember 10, 1909, ordered pass to
prlut on the following voto of the
Ayes: Alila, Aylott, Cox, Kano,
Logan, McClellan, Qulnn. Total: 7.
. D. KALAUOKALANI, Jit.,
Clerk, City and County of
is 19. 20. 22
"lip mv vitur nik'nt'l iitir 14 Lit
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uvi'i'iuic 11 111 11 n well its thi- profi-soiinm!, nml lion-lccliniciil ciiouli to
uppcul l tlic ihtummiiiI nr iroM'rlivc tnvi lor, was thu text 111
lo-cph I'. Day's iiildri1" 011 ''Auction .Silk1 How to AdvertUo
Them." ili'livcrcil at tin- cliiinor of tin (.'liiciifjo Heal Kotntc llonnl.
.Mr. D.iv n- Hie j;iifi of tlic lJoiml
iuti'i'i"!' the ff-i'li'clcd niv'ulciit
vr. Coiiliiiiiin, .Mr. Dn said in
"In mlvrrliiiiig niii'iion c.ilfs or ri'ul iltiti', ninny iiiictumct'r over
look the iniioiliiiicc of iiipi'iiliug tlirwtly to occuloiuil lmvtrf us wull
us to tlioi' who ri'iilnily uttriitl niiclioii hiiUm.
"In iicwipiipi'r iiilvvrtNin I try to make my xnlcs perfectly Intel
liitilile to tlie tion-profesioiuil. And that is one reason why 1 believe
in large f-pnee mid extensive uilvertNinj;.
OXK'S ADVKKTISKMKVTK OPfillT TO STAVtl OPT SO
THAT TI1KY Wll.l. ATTItACT
Jl.. HIUJ I'P.UII.U'M If) .MJI
KSTATK, AXI) WIU. OIVK II LM A DVA'.V 'IIUAI.V IAIl'KKS
SIO.V THAT TIIKHIC IS A ('IIAXCK FOR IIIAI TO .MAKK A
I'UOl-MTAIil.l-: 1XYKSTAI KXT.
"If von ne "iniill cpnee your modest adverliieiiieiil will prolialily
lie found I iy llie 1111111 who knovw lie wnnU renl estate, mid in looking
for it, hut the 1111111 who Nn't looking for real etiitu directly, and
doesn't know he wants it, eeilniiily will not search the eolttiiin for
what von have to say.
'If you want to get 11 liig atteiiilance at your pules ynit nnisl talk
in lug type to die average mail tlm liusiness man with ti" few thousand
dollars Iviuyr idle. And talk in his language, right to him."
The E renin ij 11 11 lie tin is the neirxpnper Unit renrhes Uic
larueHiihiher (if huijimj people in Honolulu nml the Territory of
1 1 it the ijreale.st nlhound titlrertixhuj medium for building busi-
AT FORT DE RUSSY
SURVEY WORK GOING
PRACTICE PURPOSES ENGI-
NEER'S WORK SOON PAU.
A number of changes are being
made In tho personnel of tho detach-
nienlH tiom this port which nro en-
gaged In the military survey of tho
Island of Oiihu. Theso detachments
aro now stationed at Walpahu. Kal.u-
ku and near'I.ollchua. Privntes Wl
Ham orr and James II. Fitzgerald, by
nutl.orltv of S. O. 193. Headquarters,
Foit Do Hussy, have returned to this
camp and Privates V, It, Davl
Hiidolph Davis left today for the t&
tnrhnielit ill Wolpahu. Corporal Al
beit Harbour leaves for Kahiiku to
morrow mid vv'lll muke a circuit of all
the camps beroro he returns to this
post. Sergeant Ilorgcr and Corporal
Stain have returned from Kanaka to
lake a much needed rest hero, Tho
survey work of theso detachments has
mostly been In the mountains and
when tho men retain to the post they
(how tho effect of tho work upon
which they have been engaged.
Tho friends, who were present at
tho las entertainment given at the
Iiost, will bo glad to hear that prepara
tions, for the Tmnksglvlng holidays,
aro In full swing and that tho program
which has been arranged will bo ot tho
same Interesting naturo as that which
have marked tho previous receptions.
Uoxlng, which has become one of the
leading forms of amusement, will bo
king of the holiday, while vnmlovllln.
with buck ami wing dancing, music
and handball, will help to niako tho
day long remembered. Corporal Urn
twin, who has returned from Walpa
hu, has taken tho basket ball team In
hand and promises to havo them In
shape to meot tho teams from the other
posts of the Island.
Suiprlso Is oxpressed by all who
vIbII the camp upon tho rapid piogicss
mado upon tho foi (Ideations which aro
unilor way hero, for tho llnio Is urn
long distant when tho temporary camp
of Fori Do rtussy will b,o no more and
a modem Artillery jiost, with barrack
guns ami full equipment will greet tho
ejo ot tho visitor. Tho work hero Is
under tho supervision of -Mv. Samuel
Ware, who has been connected with
government military work for tho past
ntno years und It Is evident Unit 0110
of tho best nion, on this class of work
has been sent hero. Mr. Wnro Is of
a military family, his father having
been connected with tho Engineer De
paitment for tho past forty cars and
was In chargo of all tho fortifications
nt Manila. Mr. Warn has mado a host
of friends nt tills post, by his courto
oils and gentlemanly manner, and
while tho rapid progress of tho work
Is giatlfjlntr to all, It Is with deep
icgiet that tho coniplotlon of tho work
hero will causo tho loss or Mr. Waro
to, this post.
- inmi,r1i tn i-nti-li tin. nvi nf t lit
nml ivpivcnti'ii Nuvv 1 ork really
of till' Ni'W York Hoard of Urok-
TI1K ATTKXTIOV nV Till'
TIll.NMAU AUDIT UKAK-
RAISES LARGE AMOUNT FOR
v M. r. a fliriTTiiMn pinr-n
MUCH ENTHUSIASM IS
SHOWN BY SUBSCRIBERS.
That Honolulu has n close second,
pressing her hard for honors In Y.
M. C. A. bulldng fund mining In
better thun reiord time, In tho city
0f Iloston cannot bo denied ntlor
re.l0B tho following copied from a
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' l,"' '.' HfZ' " 8nJ8! . .. .
,B uuu'uu necessary 10 mo
lu"'l"e" or mo uunuing and fur-
nisiung runn of the Iloston Young
Men's Chrlstlnn Association was
er-subscrllied within tho tlmo stlpu-
Inted. Kor this tho association and
the people of Iloston nro equally to
bo congratulated. This newspaper
has never expressed or entertained
n doubt from the beginning with re-
gard to the final outcome or the well- ciop-inovlng demands are now he
dlrcctcd campaign that Is now sue- ginning to bo felt In the money mar
cessrully closed. It wns plainly right Let.
'that an Institution thnt has actom-
pllshed so much good, and that Is currency law Is taken Into consider
aiming to Inciease Its usefulness, ntlon as available In enso of an emcr
thould bo provided with the proper gency, although there Is little
facilities ror the accomplishment or thought thnt It will bo necessary to
Its beneficent work. It hud won call upon It. The treasury has on
public recognition and appreciation band not less than 1439,000,000 ot
thiough jears of tireless effort, and the emergency notes.
when.nn nppoal ror help wns mado
in its heliair It could not fall to
meet with a hearty and a geaerous
response from the, best citizens ot
Iloston. .vorsiiy 01 .Micnigan, was notincil today
Thero Is n lesson In this afcom J 't "o hf cn decorated by tho em-
nii.hm..,,. ...... , ... H,0r of JaVan w"h the flrBt class ol
Pllshment that If properly appll-.l (llc ,,,, ,,, nf 10 gcrcd
should bo woi th ror more than B00,- Treasure.
You get the full assortment of all the different kinds
of calendars made in Honolulu and you can compare them.
Hand colored photo calendars , , . $0.50
Sepia photo calendars , 0.75
Framed panels, photo calendars 1,25
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
"Everything Photographic." Fort Strcef.
000 to this or to any other hesitat
ing community. It might be ampli
fied Into a lengthy sermon but It
can bo more fonefully expressed
through the homely motto of a hum
ble American philosopher: "He sure
jou're right, then go ahead!"
Thcra is reall) nothing thnt can
withstand the onward sweep of a
good purposo Intelligently launched
and loyally adhered to,"
There will be a public bailed concert
this evening nt half-past seven o'clock
at tho Seaside Hotel. The program
will be as follows.
Overture The ltnad to (llory ..Kllng
Intermezzo Tlie I'Jower Olrl.Wenrlch
Idyll The Evening Chimes. Holllnson
Selection II Trovntoro Verdi
Vocal Hawaiian songs.. nr. by cllrgcr
Selection fluttering (llowworm ..
Waltz Count Hoffman ....Oflonhach
Klnnle Mnry Merger
Tlie Stnr Spangled Damicr.
"Tho Pretty Side of Moloknl" will
be on again at Tho llonlno tonight
Perhaps no Ferles of descriptive pic
tures over exhibited here has aroused
tlie samo curious Interest and favor
ablo comment They depict a new
phase or the situation long overlooked
by thoso who havo attempted to des
crlbo the place and conditions to the
WASHINGTON The action of the
Dank of England In raising Its mini
mum discount rnte to & per cent and
the reports current thnt the dermaii
imperial Dank directors arc likely
to push their rale already at 5 per
lent up to 5H or G per cent nro re
ceiving careful attention from trea
sury department officials.
There Is a feeling that while thero
may have been other immedlnto caus
es the Increase Is largely due to tho
present world-wide situation with
respect to gold. There Is a vlslblo
tendency Jimt now among the lending
nations to build up their gold re
serves. Among these nations Is Ja
pan. Since Jan. 1 Japan has taken
not less than $35,000,000 In gold
from tho United States alone. These
figures are regarded as icmarkablo.
A phase of the situation which Is
ov-Jrccclvlng attention, hut without nny
appielienslon, Is the effect hcio ot
the action In England on money
tales. It Is thought that while there
is a gcnernl tightening of money
rates there Is no serious caiiBe for
alarm. This Is truo even though the
The Aldrlch-Vrcelnnd emergency
Mikado Hcnors Dr. Angell. Ann
Arbor, Mlcli., Nov. 3. Dr. James It
A"Be" "resident emerltiisof tho Unl
Pies and pastry
Wc have an established reputation for selling fine
PIES AND PASTRY. This year we will add to it by offer
ing unusually pood things in this' line. Note prices:
REGULAR HOME-MADE MINCE; 25c and 35o
. . . EXTRA BOCents and $1.00
PUMPKIN, 25c EXTRA 50 Cents
Cranberry, 25c EXTRA 50 Cents
SQUASH. 25c EXTRA 50 Cents
PLUM PUDDING, 25c EXTRA 50 Cents
Other pies at the usual prices. The pastry will be
fresh, ns an additional force will be engaged in the baking.
Send ill Your Order Today
Hotel St., near Union.
Mont Rouge Wines
Is the connoisseur's choice of California wines. The wine is a
product of livermore Valley and is always aged in wood before bot
tling. This wine has been served by the Palace Hotel for many years.
Sole Agents Hawaii
W. C. PEACOCK & CO.,
Phone 4. "House of Quality." 88 Merchant St.
The HALL SAFE is BEST
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd., Agents
Bargains on Easy Terms
NUUANU AVE., near Country Club; about 1
acre; 10 room house and bath $3,200.00
KUAKINI ST., lot GOxxHO; 5 rooms and bath. . 1,600.00
A LOT corner of Kinau and Kapiolani, 75x116 1,500.00
MAN0A VAIIEY, Bishop St.; lot 70x100;
5 rooms , 3,400.00
METCALF AVE., 7-room bungalow; lot 200x300 3,500.00
EMMA ST., near Vineyard; 6 rooms 2,700.00
. LOT, PEARL CITY, 50x180 250.00
KINO ST., near Piikoi; 6-room bungalow 2,800.00
Fuunui, lot, near Liliha; 82x170 550.00
KINAU ST., G-room bungalow; 3 bedrooms.... 2,750.00
83 Merchant St.
Who has taste and wish
es to buy a perfect
home in the beautiful
residence district of
Makiki. 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 tlie place
A lovely bungalow; 6
rooms. Lot 100x150. 4,700.00
A home on
A home on Kapiolani St.
8 rooms. Lot 75x125. 3,700.00
Lot near car line 900.00
A 6-room bungalow. Lot
176x430, near Waia
lae Road 1,550.00
Six-room cottage; newly
and repaired; lot 50r ,
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
Don't put off 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
able tomorrow. We
have over 300 proper
ties listed. Call and
see us about them.
Phone 152. 82 King St.
A. V. GEAR, MANAGER.
Pau Ka Hana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your Grocer's.
nd cloth of A-l quality can b pur
. 0. Box S61. TelenhoM Ml.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., t21
King St.; P. 0. Box 914.
ITm Bi 0 far uniill
dUctitrgM, 10 flam mtt loo
1 MiMcui. imiftuooi or incartilou
kOlNCinitTl,0.H ""'") n1 not uiriBi
VDl VT pAtQIlOU. 1
Mold by DrunUU.1
' ClrcuUr at on rQaW
via ..j.. v
LEADING HAT CLEANERS.
All Kinds of Hats Cleaned and
No Acids Used. Work Guaranteed.
FELIX TURR0, Specialist,
1154 Fort Street. 0p. Convent.
Honolulu, T. II.
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