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EVEN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, NOV. 27, 190D.
- MANISH EFFECTS
These framei we are showing are
unusual, the hand carving it artist
ically done, and the designs are rare
We frame pictures to your order,
using our taste when requested.
ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP,
FORT BELOW KINO STREET. h
TMTANISH cuts for the little chaps made on double-
breasted model, with large lapels and velvet col
lars. Neat little fancy cheviots, in just the patterns that
will prove the most becoming to the boys from three to
six years of age.
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refund year nosey il it fall to exterminate cockroaches, walerbuge, rate, awce, ate.
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PREMIUM Bacon your r
dealer sells is FULL VALUE k
in quality flavor taste.
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THERE IS An unusually IniRc ship
ment nf oriental carxo destined fur
llonoiiii mi bpnrd' tlo L'acfnc .Mul'
liner Manchuria, which Is due In ar
rive hero o December 3rd, According
to ad)tccs receded nt tie agency nf
H. Itackfeld & Company, the essej
la bringing 2500 tons. The vessel has
accommodation for about one hundred
cabin paBsengprs from Iih port.
THE OqiiANIC steamship, Alameda
which la scheduled tq sail for San
Francisco on Wednesday morning, will
tiko a large shipment of Hawaiian Is
land products to the mainland. Tjtcro
Is a consignment of about five thou
sand sacks of coffee jiesldes riianttles
of rice, sugar, cmpici) pines and ha
A SHIPMENT of lumber consigned
to the City Mll arrived at the rt
this mornlnc by the American schoon
el patintless. fills yessei comes frou.
(frays Harbor and was ihirly-one days
In' making tlio passago down to (ho
Hawaiian Islands, Somo rough uenth
ei and contrary winds prevented an
tar)ler arrival of the 1ft tic schooner.
, James Donovan, who Is declared to
have been unn voluntary guest of l,o
police An ten preloua.xccanlons, again
confronted Judge Andradu at I'ollcu
Court jestcrdny morning charged with
having been gloriously drunk. Donn
nn was sentenced to thirty days nt
THE PACIFIC MAIL Intermediate
steamer Asia, which left Honolulu vv.
November 20th, Is reported to havo
reached San Francisco caily yester
THE AMERICAN schooner Kona,
with a shipment of lumber from
Port Ludlow, is now forty days out
from that port. The vessel is ex
pected to show up at any time.
I'UIISBH PHILIPPI3 or the steam
er Mauna Kea, which arrived from
llllo nnd way ports this morning,
reports the following sugar await
ing shipment rin llm.nll: I'upaluti.
",47fi sacks nnd Houmiapo, 1,790
A SHIPMENT f lilinlicr from
Tort Ludlow It due to nrrite at Kan
tinpnll most any day by the Annrl
tan liaj-k Albert. Tjils essijl left the
toast port thlrfy-fqur d.ijs ago.
AMONG THE arrhals at the port
this niqrnlim yns the intcr-lsl.md
steauier I.lkcllke, which hi ought two
mill shafts, one nutomoblle, 105 bales
of hides, 0 barrels tallow, 11 packages
sundries nnd on deck a shipment in
cluding 27 cattle and 25 calu-s. Fine
weather was met with on both tho oit
ward and Inward trip. Tho steamer
Maul was ptcsed by tho l.fkellfTo at
THE FIlEtailT list or the steamer
Manna ken, which nrrhed from Ha
waii and Maul ports this morning, in
cluded g sacks corn 20 cords wood 7
crates chickens, 227 sacks tarn, 16
crates celery, 11 bales egctnbles, 7
aw a. 19 crates cncoinuts, 42 sacks cor
ree. 1S9 packages sundries nnd on deck
TIE MAT80N Nnlgatlon steamer
Ilyades Is scheduled to vail foi San
Francisco by tho way of Port Allen
nun nnnuiui mis aileruiMin, tn)llig a
general cargo including shipments of
sugar and other Hawaiian products.
CLAMOROUS PROTEST AT
Mrs. dohn Lindninu undo the
welkin ring mound the chambers nt
the police station this morning
when he was Informed that her
liege lord had been sent to tho reef
for a thirty days' session with mad
work. Llndman is an old offender
and has been before the polico mag
istrate eleven times under the pere-
nlnl charge of Intoxication. Ills
lienewnl of a promise to reform-fell
upon unsympnthetic cars, hut the
wall of his helpmeet could be henrd
tor a block untl) she was finally In
duced to leave John to his enforced
retirement from this busV world.
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Dr. J. H. Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON.
Alakea St., Haulu Pacifio CJnb. .
Office Hours From 0 to IS; from
2 to 4; from 7 to 8.
SUNDAYS 10 TO 12.
Tel. Office, 690. Residence, 1480.
It desired, we will deliver Roods in
PLAIN SEALED PACKAGES
By Speoial Messenger Service.
Free of Char.'
W. C. Peacock & Co.
HONOLULU "DANCING ACADEMY
Meets Monday and Friday nights at
8:30 o'clock, Kilohana Art Leapt,
under the direotion of
New Dances a Specialty, . ,
Information furnished by Otto
Bnrmester at WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
King St. Telephone Store S61.
Ret. 1170.' 1 '
Blank books ot all sorts, ledger
etc.. manufactured by the Bulletii
or those who wish to trim their
own hats. -
Dunn's Hat J3hop ,
You Are Cordially
Invited to visit our stock before you
select your Christmas presents as
you wU find' with us hundreds of
orticles suitable for either ladies or
It is no trouble for us to show
A visit "will be welcomed.
Parisian Art Co.
Fresh Shipment Just Received by
HENRY MAY' & CO., LTD.
t hone Wi.
WAN CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh horn the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. - HOTEL ST.
WING CH0NG CO
DNG ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Eto. All kindi of K0A aad
MISSION FURNITURE' Uade 1
The Honolulu Times npponred till t
niomlug replete with many good art
icles on various subjects, both local
Chas. R. Frazier
jrhone 371. 122 King St.
The; on Hamm Young Co Ins
celMil tho first shipment or 1910 C I
lllnc ciih nt this rnmpanv'x siUkkii -i
In tho Young building
, Larcc Consignment of
1 KING'S CHOICE SCOTCH WHISKY
HLRULD RYE ami BOURBON.
iThos. F. McTighe&Co.,
101-105 K1HG ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 759.
Kjntr fitresi. Ea of Fishmaiket.
liBY fiOOOS AND rUKNISUINQ I
1 GOODS of EVERY US- '
I Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
P.illMin Fdifnrial T?nim Plinn 1R-1
- THE MODERN FILM
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The distinguishing features of the Ansco Film
are Latitude and Chromatic Balance, flpr
"coloy ratio" so essential in these Islancjs.
Also the correct registration of index numbers.
Fits any roll film camera'or kodak.
General Contractor and 'Builder.
Free of Charge.
Boom 11, Xapiolani 'Building.
Honolulu, T. H.
Received ex Alameda a Mew lfci
ment of Latest Stylet in
1028 NUUANU ft. ,
Installed and houses wired
electricity at low rates.
'.Union Elcptrip Co.,
I Beretania, near King, Street.
The assortments are full. , The ya
riety is truly wouderful.
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO., LTD.
, Hotel Street.
An Ideal, Sanitary, Permanent
1 System of Burial
POTTf-K In Honululu, Nov. 20, W9,
ut ho residence of Ills iiarents, John
From earth burial to interment in a concrete mausoleum marks a
progressive step in keeping with the movement in Honolulu (odny !(
keep apace wjth everything up-to-date.
IDEAL, BECAUSE IT IS THE LATEST AND BEST.
SANITARY. BECAUSE IT IS CONSTRUCTED ACCORDING TO
KNOWN FACTS OF SANITATION.
PERMANENT, BECAUSE IT IS INDESTRUCTIBLE,
Specifications for the City Mausoleum have been,
approved by the Board of Health
Illustrated Booklet Free on Request.
Townsend Undertaking Co., Ltd.
W, W. HALL, Prcs.
Phone 411. J, H. TOWNSEND, Trcas.
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