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r.VRNINO nUU.RTlN, HONOLULU. T
II, rniDAY, NOV 20, 1009.
TO FIGHT FIRE
la' v up lil 'egulnr iluH (linae Hint nre not on these details
ij;yttc JJcKci IF' i cunip.iii llic burhots, which mo
I I'm pnnil Koine uT l'otupin tl, 'nlvv.ivs lend) mid llllcd with wntei,
who has been In llio post hospital fur J ntiil tlic Company In iiiimlieil lo tlio
Mime time. It returned fiom sick III siene of the flto nt iloulilc time, or,
lioRpltnl lo tilth In uunrters Cor-III It I drill, to the plan- of Hie Im-
iioi n 1 Kiiuu has been iiirfeiliiK ficiiti ngln.u III u 1'ach man has mi In-1
n luol.iii wilt! which he letelvcd Hi .dividual task to perfoim mul In n
MARKET IS QUIET,
BUT PRICES STRONG
li eniplo)e or Mi Pinions, n ; Cil,lciit some time ago He Is
Chinese laborer, while herding rat- feeling good nnd was glad to runie
tie nenr Mo.inalua I'nik Tiiesdav, bath to iitiaiteis.
was lijillj Injured Ills hoi so (j00). sick.
Humbled, throwing the m.m Ills Cook Cillio of Companv I' Is sltl.
loot caught In the slliup anil he and In the Toil Shutter hospital,
Was diagKcd several vnids and ens- tilld Private Moriie of Conip.ili I! Ins
tallied two had biulbts .ihoilt the lueii detailed on spethl duty ns took
lit ml nml a hadl mrnlehed Bide. relieving Crbk (Sllio IMlvate
lie was nduiltled lo the I'm I Shatter .Muise Is u ronipeteiit man for this
hospital Tuesda night NothlliK plate, us he was a few months ago
(serious Is atnlLlpated. and with the one of the legulat tooKs In Com
1'ixiil mcdlr.il ticatnielil that he Is pain 1',
Inching he will he Illicit to woiU In Ready for Fire.
i! shoit time I When n Hie tall Is Nouinled at
Kirby Returning ''"ft ShaMir evervone nets on n
A telephone message was received move 'I hue lme been no hres In
from Klrst Class Signal Seigeunt Tori Shatter hlstoM but the men
John II Klrbv of Cumpaii) M todav, nie well dillled, and If a (lie shoiiht
stating that the telephone 8stun luc.ik out at nn time no doubt but nv eccentric comedian, and "MISS
nl S holleld llarr.ieks Is In Rood ton- what the lire would he thitked In'JEANNETE COOPER," introducing
dlllnn, and. being thiou-;h with the a oi short time Two hove carlH ' t,0me of thsir own sinpinjf and danc-
m ml-.itiuual Inspection of Hie tele- utnl one hook and ladder truclt arc . jjj an(j other acts, in conjunction
phone svstem at Scholleld llariacks, uIvviivm lead 'I lie iotup.ins linw1 vith the latest moving pictures,
he will return lo Port Shafter Im- details for the handling of Hie hose Prices Children, 5 cents' Adults,
mcdiatel) upon 111" airhnl he will i.nts mid hook and ladder ttuek.niut tJQ nnd 15 cents.
ei shoit time water Is being turtcil Markets are never active after n hoi
upon Hie buildings If at drill this lda and the loc.il situation was no ex
h Kept going until letall Is sounded . ceptlon to the rule Seven thousand
.-ml then the hose cm la and liools '." Vr','r. u' ,," J .Tvul
.iii.i . ... llwa nt 31 G2'i. twent) slimes of Plo-
.mil adder truck aie leluined to - "J nf(cn BharM ()f
the llie house and the company d- Hutchinson nl 19 no constituted the.
tnlFsed iii.ui of the men wet, but 'business of the Exchango nt thu Hoard
all. smiling, culi man claiming to nioetlng this morning,
be the olio that extinguished the' The lletwetn lhnrd sales showed
llie , i.McIlrjdeat fi fill, OhnOSO, Oaliu Sugar
'nt :'.',:, and Peptokco nt 1CS. The
market Is sluing as fnr a8 qiiotntloiiB
lure concerned LncK or activity is
merely due lo Inability to jump un
hich-class vaudeville artists.
"HAPPY JACK WALKER,"
Cor. Nuuanu and Pounohi Streets. ! mod lateb Into the twing of things on
1 the morning after a holiday.
Startine Saturday, Nov. 27. this . All the holders of Mcnrydo nre w-alt-
theater will open with a pair of ,' .".,' " ? ' V
l ll.lllinill INl'ltniB ." i,iii,iiiiu
lnext week Mr Alexander win como
un!in ,, i, MMiiehiiila and Mr. Ualdwlu
on the Jlnun.i Kea, nnd quite- n tlelvRV
Hon will ko to I'ort Allen to visit tlio
properly hy the Kl'iau of Tuesday. If
Alexander & Baldwin take the nKcncy
the slock will ko lo ten dollars. If thev
do not, It nia drop back to four dol-
OCEANIC BOAT HAS IAR0E
NUMBER OF TOURISTS
m MV & & Tiffin m I
For This Climate
ARMORITE PAINT is prepared
specially to resist ihe chemical action of
No boatman would think of using
ordinary paint on the bottom of his boat
knowing how quickly it would peel off in
Yet, when you paint a house in this
climate the paint is exposed to exactly the
same condition, only in a less degree.
Instead of salt water, the paint is exposed
to salt air.
It is to meet this condition that ARMORITE
PAINT has been evolved. First of all, it is a perfect
paint; and, second, it contains ingredients to resist
the decomposing effects of the salt atmosphere.
ARMORITE comes in the greatest variety of
colors. It has great covering capacity, and we guar
antee every gallon.
COLOR CATALOG FREE
Theo. H. Davies & Co.,
in hcwahuticauuv nBAUBO ouabu tuiibh.
TOU ALL GASLIGHT PAPBHS
PLATES and 1'ILMS
A ruioiI irf .IP" '! "" llrt '""'
. Accurately Compounded.
II II Ji
nURKE A JAMES
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO., Ltd.
"Everything Photographic" Fort Street
(Continued from Pace 1.)
nlled . The Pacific Mull liner Asln
was the onl vessel slighted on the
trip dow-n to the Islands.
In the c.i IjI n traveled ulnctj-slx
passengers, and eight passengers
nrrlved In the steerage. The Ala
meda brings lilOo tons or rrclght, In
cluding -s'ev en largo automobiles foi
the von Hnnini-Young Company. Tlio
freight list Is a large and vnrlnd one.
In the cold storage ehnmhers ot the
vested Is a quantity of lee house
goods for Honolulu. A- mainland
u all amounting to 233 sacks arrived
by the vessel
There, was but ono unpleasant I
etcnt on the entire trip down from
the coast, and that was the untimely
death of Miss Julia Laznro, who
passed aw a the first day out from
San rrancisto Surgeon O. V.
Clark took (barge of tlio lemnlns,
whleh were embalmed and brought,
lo Honolulu fur burial.
Opeiator llaxtcr of the Alaniedn's
wiieless plant reports that the es
hel was In t (instant communication
with tho const or the Honolulu sta
tion during the vonge.
In thu nriiiv of vaudeville talent
on hoard, the eiiteitalument of the
passengers was a lonipaiatlvoly
easy matter Concerts and other
umusciuent stunts wcie given almost
eaeh evening during the trip Tie-
tvveen Sau IV.riilstii and Honolulu.
Among the piomlnent Honolulu
n us ictiiinlug fiom the mainland
was I) Llnjii Conkllng, the Terrl
torlal Ticisuicr, who conies hack
after attending to Important busl-
icn matters on the toast and at
Washington. Treamrer Conkllnt
liiouglit batk his. mother, Mis. A. M.
Conkllng. and his nephew. Thoy
will remain In H.iwaU for an etend
td period as the guests of the ini
tial MNh N II Wlnstmi, a wilier and
I'ovclist from the Miulhern states. Is
maUliig hei annual visit to Hawaii.
Miss Winston has been visiting Ho
nolulu for a number of jears past.
She Is the authoi of sovci.il enter
taining stories In which tho Hawa
iian Islands prominently figure.
W. .1 Conroy, n San Tianelsto
milliner) man. Is n passenger by the
Alameda Conroy bears (be distinc
tion of introducing the "Merry Wid
ow" hat Into tho Philippine islands.
He Is here In tho Interests of his
Hi in aifd will make a tour of the
IH.itnls befoie lelurnlng to tho
toast .1. A John win or the firm ot
Hrewer & Company Is back niter
tcveinl months spent on business In
the United States. C. D. Mahniiua
i nil Mis Muhnnna are n joung bildo
and ginoni hailing from Los Angeles
who will Hpend their lionejmoon In
Mis T. 0. Phelps Is the wfe of i
formei tollector of customs ut the
port of San Kinnclsco. Mis. Phelps
I will icmalii In Honolulu fur mhiig
I). 1". Tliri.mb, the Honolulu husl
uess mun, is a leturnlng pasbengor
i by the vessel.
I P C. llenmci, tho llllo blcclo unil
jbpoitlng goods man, is back after an
1 exti tided business and pleasure trip
on the nialiilaiid. Ilennter expects
If go to Hllo by tho Manna Kea
hulling fiom Honolulu next Tuesday,
I wo viiudevillo artists
MISS JULIA LAZARO
DIED AT SEA
Mlbs Julia Liu.nu, dnnghlcr ot '
Solomon Lanuo or llookena, Komi, ,
llnvvnll, died at m-ii or apoplexy i
while the Oee.inlr liner Alameda, on
V'hlch she was a passenger, was still
In sight or the (ioldou (laic. Her
body was embalmed by Or 0. V. I
Clark, the ship's surgeon, nnd
brniiKhl to Honolulu, arriving this,
Her remains were retelved nt the
wharf bv President Home of tho
Kninehnmclm Schools, Miss Pope,
principal ot the (Hrls1 School; Hev.
J L. I Ion wood, chaplain of tho
clionls, nnd n few relatives of the i
deceased, who had lliom looked after
by II. II. Williams.
Miss La7aro was a graduate of tho
Kamchnmehn School lor C.lrls, liav- ,
lug graduated two jenrs ago, At
her death Bho was twcnt)-lwo jears
old. She was well thought of by
Miss Ida M. Pope, principal ot the
(llrls School, nnd her schoolmates.
Having ambition to lie nu eillcleut
elent nutse, she left tor Sun Prim-
nurse, she left for San linnclsco In
July, where she entered the Child
blie wrote to Miss Pope nnd others
that she would return to her home
land, determined to etitei the Nor
Previous to her depniture from
the Children's Hospital, where vim
had been u patient, she wrqte hcie
again, stating that Mie hoped (o sen
her parents shoitl). Contrary to
her expectations, however, she tiled
This morning a shorl, though Im
prcsblve, service was -held over her
remains at the Williams undertaking
parlor. Hev. Hopwood, thaplaln ot
the Kiuuchameha Schools, conducted
tho service. Mlis Poie, President
Home and the schoolmates of the
deceased were present.
After tho bervlec the remains
were shipped over to her late home
at Hookcnn on the Maunn I.oa nt
noon today, actouipanled bj. her
Next Sunday at 1 1 o'clock a. m.
special bcrvlres will be held In tho
Kamclinmehu Chapel, All friends
; Whitney, Marsh & Co Ltd.
mmmmwnmt'immttm tmrrw"" mm t
bciwiaHHMiMHMHHnMamMiHin mum mmmmt wHiaw mmt
Beautiful Display of
Comprising the ever popular
"Dorothy Dainty" Sets
of Hair Bows and also Saslt with Hair Bows to match
nil nicely boxed. As
We are ofTerinp;
Fancy Flowered Ribbon 4V2 in. wide at 25c
Plain Taffeta Ribbon 4Vj in. wide at 25c
Fany Ficured Ribbon 7 in. wide at 50c
For FANCY WORK we have many special desit-m in all
widths to match.
Alcohol Is tho best known preserva
tive of medical compounds, mid tho
average pioprlctary medicine contains
from 15 per cent to 22 per cent, which
Is the smallest pohslbje amount to pre
serve the Ingredients, while the nvei-
nge doctor's prescription contains from
25 ptr cent to SO per ci III.
Such standard pieparatlons ns I.illa
n. Plnkhain's Vegetable Compound
contains but IS per cent, and thev
oven put the Compound up in tablet
rorm, which tho over-scrupulous wo-
man, who objects to ulcohol In any dr-,
gree, may use.
ON SALARY ROLLS
The various committees of the
Hoard of City nnd County Snpei vlsoru
Introduced isolations at toi'.aj's meet
ing of the Hoard calling for the ap
propilntlon and pa, lug of salaries of
eniplojtHjs for the mouth of Novem
ber. McCloIlau, of tho Committee nu
Health and Sanitation; Logan, or the
Wns and Means; Kane or Public r.x
pense, nnd Qulnii, or Itoads nml
Hrldges, each presented resolutions
and salary rolls. Those wcie adopted.
The city and rnimty solnns havu
been specially Invited hy Colonel J. .
Jones to attend the mlllt.uy athletic
meet to ho held In this city on Satur
d.iv. Tho Iloarfl was tho recipient or
sufficient Complimentary tickets to
Insure n full turn out of nil city fath
ers. Tho donation was accepted with
a vote of thankfulness.
I LiililnllUll 1t1L.I1
TO VISIT M'BRYDE
A party Including nbnui ten ment
hols of tho Alexander & Ilaldwln staff
will pay a visit to McIliilo plantation
In order to curry on nn investigation
ot tho plantation with u view or soon
Inking over tho agency.
The parly has engaged accommoda
tions on the Btcnmer Klnfiu, scheduled
lo sail for Kauai ports on next Tiles
Opening Display of
Street and Evening Wear
White Tailored Waists
We have iust opened a full assoitmcnt of strictly tailored
waists in linens. Some are plain tucked in clusters, etc.,
and some nre handsomely cmbroideicd.
Sizes, 32 to 44.
WINTER STYLE BOO K OF HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS
LOOK, READ, BUY
ilnv. Mr Wnllnrn Alpvfimlnr nf lh.
haVO ni- I tl nil Is illln til niilv'ii nt Honolulu fiiun
lived ami will assist In entertaining I San Kranc'sco on Monday. He will
pations o the Hinplio Trealer. come down hero by the Manchiiila and
Theio lb boon to bo ono ehango I n 1 will ho a member of tho party which
the official Blnrr ot tho Alameda. r.'Hl leave tho follow Iiik day for Me-
1). Plltnr. flilef Hub In nor. will "'J'dC
.have the vessel upon arrival at San
.I'lautlsio and lako uii a lucrative
IN FOREIGN PORTS
I position with the Selby Smeltln
.Company on tho coast. Tlio rotlic-!
jiuoiit of Mr Putei Is much legietted
li tho staff of tho Alameda.
ESCAPE WITH COSTS.
Teli Jipinobo pinprletors of djclug
mil c'eiinliig estibllslimenls who vveio
placed under in ie.it for not having Ink
en out licenses to conduct liueliiuBs,
,wero up for disposal befoio Judge An
diade at Police Comt this inoinlnir.
I The .Inpaiiebe escaped with tlio pij. ,. ..,.. , laillt., 11111R. i, exnnrlnureit
ii m ,,r t, comt costs, tho flue, being ''" ,.," '" , 'f...i' ,,?.?' f..8'
remittui in view or a recent Supremo V , ""' "' " ,, , .
Comt decision upon a test case in tho AthlreM II H., Ilullctln olllio.
imiller ut Inr. 147G-21
Frldayf, November 26,
SAN niANCISCO Aiilvod Nov. 21:
S. S Lurlliio hence Nov. 17.
SAN niANCISCO Sailed No. 20:
Ilk. It. P. Hlthet. for Honolulu.
8i:ATTLIJ Sailed Nov, 25:
S S Arlzomin, for Honolulu.
SAN ntANCISCOi-Arrlved Nov 2C
S. S. Asia, 7 n. in , lionet) Nov. 20
"ar-"""' SU" n.rrt. A AiilUMn
Lot Pearl City, 50x180; a snap 250.00
Metcalf Ave., 7-room bungalow; lot 200x300 3,500.00
Emma St., near Vineyard; 6 rooms; lot 45x100 2,700.00
Puunui Disti-ict; 5 rooms and bath; lot 60x140 i . . 1,600.00
Kinau St.; 6-room bungalow; 3 bedrooms; lot 50x90 2,700,00
Kapiolani St., above Lunalilo; 8 rooms 3,750.00
Hawaiian Realty Co.
83 Merchant St.
An Appreciated Gift
Has value in the eyes of the receiver for its beauty and
usefulness. Imported Chinese goods have both these quali
ties. Among the articles that we are showing are dress
silks, silk shawls, handkerchiefs and shirt waists in all
Buying is made easy when you see this display. We
invite you to call,
WING WO TAI & CO.,
1)41 Nuuanu St.
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