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nfv 8 " " EVENING T1UM.ETIN. HONOLULU, T 11., TUESDAY, NOV 2.1,10(10.
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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. Da vies & Co., Ltd.
HARDWARE DEPARTMEN P
THE salesmanship that endures is the
appeal to reason rather than to
emotion inducing people to believe that
thiy actually perform an economical act to
themselves in buying."-David Gibscn.
The Evening Bulletin his n list of subscribers that arc in
terested in advertising and arc interested in saving money on well-known
articles of merchandise. No appeal can be made in the Bulletin
for the sale of goods that offers a genuine saving that will not meet with
the heartiest 'of responses. In fact the more judicious the advertising in
the Bulletin, the more successful is the paper in producing results.
Nearly everybody in Hawaii reads the Bulletin every night
trnd the rest of the people are rapidly learning to do the same thing.
Tor many years the Bulletin has been under the same ownership,
has been conducted along sound policies and it is the one newspaper
that the women of Hawaii instinctively turn to as furnishing them the
best there is in the merchandise line. Many people read only the B u 1
1 e t i n many more even while they subscribe to other newspapers, do
their purchasing guided by the advertising published in this great
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
Jui oppoilta Hotel Si. FrincU
European Plan SI .60 a day up
American Plan S3. 00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish,
ings cost $200,000. High class hotel
atmoderate rates. Center of theatre
. and retail district. On earlincs trans,
ferrlng allover city. Omnibus meets
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with man of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "rrawets." ABC Code.
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Wood Split Pulleys
Saves Your Money
and Your Belts
ALL SIZES IN STOCK
Von Hamm-Young Co.,
ALEXANDER Y0UNQ BLD.
IT TASTES CLEAN
BECAUSE IT IS CLEAN
It pleasant and whole
some. "There's a dif
ference." The Baby
notices it instantly.
THE FOND DAIRY.
San Francisco Boarding
When Chorion A. Stexens, chief
boarding "Ulcer connected with Ihn
custom service nt the mtt nf S.m
l'randuro, departed from Honolulu
r couple (if week ui; nnd continued
IiIh Journey ncioss the Pnclflc Orient
bound, nfter remaining nt this place
for the Ktcatcr part of ti day, he Is
alleged to hae lugged off a luscious,
but merrlpe, grouch lis exictis bag-
HtcvotiH, who had been delegated
to Invextlgatc tariff and enstomx con
dlttoiiH ,ln tlio cast, declarer that ho
viis nni feted and dined by the
"Stncknblo Hrothern," as ho teims
I lie head oIIHMnln of tho llouolulti
umtoniM deiiartmcnt. Instead Slev
oiw wnH met on board tho liner hero
by n regular ofllclal connected with
tlu custouiH eervlco. Ills baggngo
imiiI pergonal effects Were submitted
to the same examination nnd ho was
obliged to nnswor tho name questions
as would be.requlred nf tho rest ot
the 'common clny." which encumber
the dcctiR and cabin or second-class
nccommodatlons of the ti.iiis-I'nclllc
Mr. Stevens, therefore, sot him
self down and gave ent to his
spleen and wrath through tho nieill-
tunislilp of pen and paper Ho wrote
lc Deputy Collector V. It. Ilninllton
at San Kranclsco pilnr to his leav
ing Honolulu for .la pan and China
tll.lt In. iiia .tlittpnlt tirnrirml lit, t'liA
lieud olllclals of Honolulu's customs'
htrvlce. Stcoim deploted tho fact
that tho right and warm hand of
fellowship had not bcPti forthcom
ing. Ho bemoans tho lack of hospi
tality which compelled him to sub
sist nt a down-town hostelry Instead
ot stretching his nether limbs under
the mahogany nt the Stncknble resi
dence. Slovens waxes qulto sassy when
In tho course ot his letter to the
San Krnnclbco deputy collector ho
suggests that the department should
"furnish tho Stackablo Ilrothers
with a book of Instructions on how
to bo pollto," Implying that tho Ho
tolulti officials had much to learn In
the way of courtesy.
A San Kranclsco paper In com
menting upon tho alleged discourte
sy shown the boarding officer de-1
elates that there have been n mini-1
bcr of clashes between tho Island
diatoms authorities and their bu-,
pcrlors, according to Collector of the
Port Fred Stratton. One concerned
n Honolulu couple who violated the
coast shipping laws by coming to
San Francisco on n foielgn ship.
Their plea that the husband's niotli-cr-ln-lnw
was on the point qt dentil
would hnvo caused u remission of
the fine had not Stratton found the
couple visited In San Francisco be
fore proceeding south on their mis
sion. Ills nnd Stackabto's reports
wero Hatly contradictory as to the
clicumstnnccs of tho voyage, and
Stratton was sustained nt Washing
ton. It Is more than likely that nfter
Mr. Stevens has mado his round trip
uf the far east and bumped Into
borne of the conservatism nnd pain
ful dlsplas ot red tape that exists
In many of the customs hoiibes of
Japan, China or tho French posses
sions, that he may alter his opinions
concerning what Bhould bo forth- i
coming from Honolulu.
Whitney, Marsh & Co Ltd.
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Santa Clara To
Have Good Team
Tho baseball toctlon of College
nthlctlcs U again astir, and .tho ai ri
val of Coach Tltomaj Kolly, who haB
-liecii delected to put tho Santn Clara
team' Into condition again, was tho
ylgnal for tho Inauguration of prac
tice nil along tho line , P. A. Mt
llcnry Is manager of the College
baseball team for 1910, ami, accord
ing to his forecast, theio will bo u
college nine equal, If not impel lor, to
lust year's championship team.
Charlie Frleuo, whti pitched 111 the
ueiles against St. Mary's, and was
m, vi edited primarily with capturing the
rci leg foi Santa Claia, Is no longer u
Undent, hnlng accepted a (imposi
tion to twill for tlui Philadelphia
Americans at the opening ot tho
next baseball beason In tho Hast,
Itowoer, It Is declared that Frleno's
placo will bo taken by slabstcrs who
.no capable of development to n de
gree of efficiency lomparabla to that
of tho pitcher who kept the Chicago
While Sox guessing last spring.
Santa Clara will lnno not only
one, but beveinl twlrlers. Hardin
Harry, Frank Thornton, "Tootsy"
Aguow, I,oo Allegneit, Flunk Walter
ktein niul I). Hnitnuin am on tho
pitching stuff, ami Na n Inteicstiug ri
valry Is expected for chief honors,
Soxen of last yeai'B team aro back
J n their old plaius Mauulu Ueams,
third b.tso; Victoria Sulhcig, heconil
b.ifco; "Tony" Mc(ioern, bhoitstnp,
Chailt'rt Duollug, light Held, "X.el.e
Jacobs, the lieavy-hlttlng lonteilleld,
nnd F. Wultvistclu ami lluulotlo
HaMinun, pltcheis. W. l'oi lei Held,
a new man, fiom Foitland, Ore., Is
a likely candlute for catchur, and W
Leaks of Woodland Is making a
st long bid for the giiardluiislilp ot
tho nintlul cushion, Kxchungo.
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It wns announced by tho faculty of
St Thomas du Aquinas college, Bel an
ion, . A., that tho root 11a 1 1 s' he-,
doled for tho icmalmlei of the bcu
ron had been canceled owing to tho
numeious nccldents. It was also stut-1
ed that tho collego would not be lep-1
lesontod by another cloven until the
game Is luudlllcd,
Bamboo fnmiture Made to Ordti
Picture Framing a Speoiiltj.
563 8. BEBETAUIA V)
C0NTBACT0R and BUILDER
PLDMBINQ aid PAINTING.
rflie: Honolulu PaintlUB Co., 221
Kir? St.: P. 0. Box 014
LEADING HAT CLEANERS.
All Kinds of Hats Cleaned and
No Acids Use!. Work Guaranteed.
FELIX TURR0. Specialist,
1154 Fort Street. Odd. Convent,
Honolulu, T. H.
At All Watchdealers.
Agent Ccr Hawaiian Islands.
r F0UT and KINO Sts. Hnli.lr
O00D MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
'JEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street. n-ar Fort.
We want to ee all our old ens
tomers come bark
Illank book of nil sortB, lodgers,
etc, maniifiictiirPii by the Uullotlo
THREE MONTH8 FOR
FIFTY POUNDS SUGAR
Tin co months tlnio for reflection
and Incidentally assisting In tho con-
btrnctlim of countj-loadways full to I
thu lot of Ahann, a Chinese who wns
1'iiind guilty of attempting to mako
away with a sack containing fifty
pounds of sugar, tho propeity of a Ha
wullan store keeper.
Ivory Soap will not.
That is the safe rule
for the best cleansing of
everything that is wash
able. It applies to the hands,
face and body; to fine
furr.iture, laces, embroid
ered articles, curtains
and a hundred other
994f6"o Per Cent. Pure
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
illetin Editorial Room Phou 185.
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 XA in. wide at 25c
Plain Taffeta Ribbon 41? i". wide at 25c
Fany Ficured Ribbon 7 in. wide at 50c
For FANCY WORK we have many suecial designs in all
widths to match.
Opening Display of
Street arid 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 arc handsomely embroidered.
Sizes, 32 to 44.
WINTER STYLE BOOK OF HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS
Cloaked for the Climate
It hns 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, $6.00 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 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.
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