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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, November 22, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 8, Image 8',
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BVEN1N0 nULlETIN, HONOLULU, T. I!., MONDAY. NOV. 22, 19011.
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FOR INDOORS AND OUT
ARMORITE PAINT is specially prepared
to meet the climate conditions of the
COLOR CATALOG FREE
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
Paris Hats Remarkable Display
ADIES who wish to see the latest Paris fancies in millinery genuine imported Paris
hats (not copies) are invited to this exposition of trimmed hats and novelties. The
hats are the creation of the celebrated Jeanne. Seme are expensive, even costly, but
nearly all are within the reach of the average Honolulu purse. The hats are inde
scribable only a personal inspection will (rive you an idea of their beautiful lines. A parrot
feather hat (by Jeanne) is one of the little perns.
Besides the trimmed lints, here arc some of the novelties that arrived in the same ship
incut. All genuine Paris coeds and likewiss baffle description.
Feather stoles, bovs and sweets; Paradise in monotone. Paradise wings, Aigrette wings,
Mercury wings, assorted shades. Natural ostrich fancies, Maribou fancies, Cock feathers in
varieated shades. Silk and Velvet Moon Poopics; Silk and Velvet Cabbage Roses, Camellias, in
white, pink and mullberrv; Embroidered Qaloons, Gold and Irridesccnt Galoons; Qcld Embroid
ered Hair Bands, Gold and Irridesccnt Hair Ornaments, Cut Jet Hair Ornaments, Gun Metal,
Silver and Gold Hair Ornaments; Honeycomb Veiling and Veilings of every description.
The foregoing articles were esoecially selected by Mme. Germaine from Paris, in bond,
direct to the Custom Hojse in Honolulu.
FINE HOffi PRODUCT
Industry That Is Develop
ing InHawaii County
Hvnrv ftiintinrtpr nf hntnn Industry
phoulil tnlte n pennnnl Interest In
tlio work jtliat Is IicIiir done by J. 0.
Sorrno of llllo In tho cultivation of I
crapes on the Island of Hnwnll unit (
the innmtrncture of tlio purest nncl
best wines to bo found anywtieic.
Mr. Scrrno made this ycar under
tile supervision of Die government
2,498.40 gallons of wine, and tlio '
most of tills came off bis own lands
plnntpcl to supply his winery. A
small portion enme from the lands or
ndjolnlng neighbors, who as they
nee the success of the winery will
plant more and thereby obtain a
piontablc return for their Industry.
Mr. Sorrao buys the grapes at a
very good figure. I
Another crop of grapes Is expected '
In tlio month of March, which means '
inai tne lands will yield n crop
evcy eight months. This can only
be done at n low altitude where the
grnpes ripen well nnd nre not brok
en us In the higher nltlttidcs.
Mr. Set rno has plnnted five acres
nddltianal for future crop that will
develop In about two years. Ills
next crop from his own and tho
neighbors' lands will exceed nve
The wine of this company Is of the
l'est. Many people who formerly got
their wines from California tire deal
ing with Mr. Scrro.i's agencies be
cause of the perfect purity of the
wines, nnd thej; bollovo In support
ing home Industry.
Mr. Serrno Is making n wine vine
ear that Is better than anything that
has been seen locally at the price.
in u snort time n distillery Is to
be started, nnd another move will bo
mndo toward suppljlng the homo
market with home products. Mr.
Scrrno's products are on sale nt local
Honolulu agencies that have been
announced through tlie columns or
the II u 1 1 e 1 1 n .
Dunn's Hat Shop
and Fort Streets
Wood Split Pulleys
Saves Your Money
and Your Belts .
ALL SIZES IN STOCK
Von Hamm-Young Co.,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLD.
A now photo gallery, tho K. M.
Henry gallery, opened this morning
.. . . . . ia lltn Apt
on lioiei Bireei, upiiuaixi -
Thcuter, kthat Is ceituln to soon ai
tiact u. la'rce tmtionagc, ns It Is to
be managed by an artist who. has
had long 'experience In executing
photo oidcts. The apptoach to tins
pioto gallery has been made very no
ticeable by the use of paint applied
in a manner Hint shows tho tasto ot
tho urtlst oidorlng the work done.
The gallery has many soparntc rooms
In which families or slnglo persons
nay wait their turn berore the cam
era. " Annum the actors who stop
In Honolulu now," said Mr.
Henry, "nio some who often want
pictures Liken for tpeclat advertis
ing purposes. Unless they can se
cure the services of an obliging pho
tccranher who will accompany them
to tho opera houses, they nre unable
tc arrange Biene to tit the pictures
they wish to tnke.. This class of
work, while Binnll In amount, U
some Indication of tho wishes of the
people. I Intend to make my gal
lery known to tho public nnd to
piovo to them that I can nrrnnge to
tuke any kind of photo thoj' wish."
In nddltlon to tegular photo gallery
work this new place will do printing
mid deyeloplng for kodnkorB and
nlso enlargement work. Visit this
new place nnd hee the high class ot
work that It is possible to receive
An Appreciated Gift
Has value in the eyes of the receiver for its beauty und
usefulness, Imported Chines: goods have both these quali
ties. Among the articles that we are showing are dress
silks, silk shawh, handkerchiefs and shirt waists in all
Buying is made eisy when you see this display. We
invite you to call,
WING WO TAI & CO.,
041 Nuuanu St.
.1 C0ASTWIS SUSPENSION
A cablegruni reielvod S.ituiday
states that Secietary llalllnccr bus
recommended tn Congicss a tempo
rary suspension of thu constwUo
rhlpplng laws to far as to apply to
pushenger Iratlle between these Is
lumls and the io.ibt.
The national leglulatuio will con
ene next month and ut that lime
tho becrotnry will lntioduce the
ncatsuie for action.
I Secretary llulllngor has also made
unolher movo In mntleiH Hawaiian.
He ri'commeuds the amendment, ot
tho Hawaiian land Maws along tlio
Hues laid down by the Teiiltotinl
I.eglslatuio nt the special session
held nt Hunolulu iciently.
MYNAH BIRD IS A
SPREADER OF DISEASE
Dr. K. 8. Goodhue, who arrived 'at
Honolulu Saturday utter having
can led on nil energetic campaign
against the ravages of typhoid fuv
oi which prevailed In Kona nnd
.Kiiu dlstilcts BOtno wooks ago, Is re
ported to have Buld thnt tho mynati
blid, which Is a senvenger, might
well b the carrier of typhoid fever
germs. With feet froBhly Infected
f i om typhoid excreta, the inyiinh
carries It over the loot nnd guttorti
fiom which u t upld shower washed
the Infective mntertal Into the
tanks, wheie It Is piescrved for fu
In accordance with the plan lnnug-1
united by Mr. Cooper, the new man-1
nger of Tho Knsli, a complete change
is being made In this haberdashery.
following tho clearance sale of stock .
slnrtcd shottly nftcr tho chnngo In.
management, which was such a tre-j
mendnus success that tho attention of
the police was needed to handle tho
Immense crowd that attended tho sale, i
the store front was repainted. A deep '
red was used thnt makes the store ex
terior very attractive, especially at)
night when the contrast between the'
whlto background of tho store win-'
iIowb and store front Is particularly
Now In addition to tho chnngo In
tho store front nnd tlio previous
ihnngo In stock pricings, the name of
tho store Is to bo changed. Tho name
chosen for the store Is one that has
particular significance for a store that
believes In a stralghtforwurd publicity
policy, ns "clarion" In Its dcrlvatho
tense menus n tiumpcter or caller. Mr.
Cooper believes this will be an npt
name for his storo ns ho Intends to
continuo to call the attention of tho
local peoplo to his store nnd Is going
to adopt every Justifiable method
known to do so. In fact the repaint-1
Ing or tlio Btoro nnd the change of',
numo is merely another feature of(
store publicity. j
Mr. Cooper makes these statements'
In regnrd tn tho store's policy with tho
same frankness that characterized his
Initial announcement wl)cn ho sur.
pilseil tho reading public by Btntln-,'
that unsatisfactory goods bought at '
his place would nlways bo accepted
In exchange for other goods.
GAMBLED ONCE TOO OFTEN.
Ho Tin Is u Chinese gambler whoje
presence nt police headquaiters has
I ecumo nbout us familiar us the (urn
ishlngs nnd flxluics there was Included
Mining tin ussuited batch of Oriental
giniesters who were brought befnio
Judge Andieds Saturday morning. The
Celuxtlnls wcro confronted with P.
charge of being present whero a gaum
of chnnco was being carried on. Ho
Tim has contributed various and sun
dry Bums of money to the city and
county coffers through tho Police
Cnmt chnniiels and this morning the
DlBtilct magistrate raised tho antu
and ussebsed lift Tim tho sum of fifty
(toll.ua und the trimmings,
4rft-JL Mt v i.fi.ft..
BULLETIN A08 PAY
Possibly that New Jeney man is Ictl
tn nrodlct w'mti for uverybody by tho
fact that u majority of tlio lnlinlil-
tnnlH of Now Jorscy tho mosquitoes:
uro now lltted out with them.
Knlcker "Why do you wnnt an nlr-thlp?"
'OUR table linen
has lost its lustre;
do you know why?
not because you
have allowed your laun
dress to wash it with
ordinary laundry soaps,s
which, being overstrong
in alkali, "cut" "the fabric
and make linen look like
Use Ivory Soap and
your linen troubles will
No "free" alkali in it; no
coloring matter; nothing but
soap, Boap that is 99MJo per
994too Per Gent. Pure
Whitney, Marsh & Co Ltd.
Beautiful Display of ,
Comprising the ever popular
"Dorothy Dainty" Sets
of Hair Bows and also Sash with Hair Bows to match
all nicely boxed. As
We are offering ' .
Fancy Flowered Ribbon Wi " wide at 25c
Plain Taffeta Ribbon 4V in. wide at 25c
Fany Figured Ribbon 7 in, wide at. ... v 50o
For FANCY WORK we have many snecial designs in all
widths to match.
Opening Display of
Street and Evening Wear
White Tailored Waists
We have iust opened a full assortment of strictly tailored
waists in linens. Some are plain tucked in clusters, etc.,
and some are handsomely embroidered.
Sizes, 32 to 44.
WINTER STYLE BOOK OF HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS
Cloaked for the Climate
It has been our aspiration to secure a
Ladies' Long Cloak
suitable for this climate ever since they came into style.
We have them now and are offering them at prices oi
$4.00. $0.00 and $8.00 each.
Another 'special that will appeal to the careful buyer
LADIES' YARN SWEATERS
Priced at $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 and $7.00.
You cet 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."
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