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KVIININO I1UU.KT1N, IIUNOt.UI.U, T. It., MONDAY. NOV. 2H. 1809.
These frames wc nre showing are
unusual, the hnnd earring is artist
ically done, and the designs arc rare
Wc frame pictures to your order,
using our taste when requested.
ARTS AND GRAFTS SHOP,
For This Climate
TOUT BELOW KINO STREET.
TRIMMINGS Three Figures In Sensational
Alaskan Land Disclosures
lor those who wish to trim their
Dunn's Hat Shop
W. Q. CHALMERS
General Contractor and Builder.
Free of Charge.
Room 11, Kapiolani Building
Honolulu. T. H.
That will make attractive Holiday
gifts are on display here.
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street.
. WAH CHONC CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. HOTEL ST
Chas. R. Frazier
ihone 371. 122 King St.
rd a'Bp VS'liBr
vd5 S ,TM H eomianTreuHrefrtdnsMkt.flM
The assortments are full. The va
riety is truly wonderful.
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO., LTD.
At All Watcbdealen.
Agent fcr Hawaiian Islands,
for. FORT and KING Sts.. Honll
I. II. (il.nls, fonnor chief of tn
r.ciicrnl land ollke, wlio vnn rvinov
HcciPt.li H.illliiKfr nvcr tlio Alaska
inIciikInp nrtlclp for Collier's WvcKl
witlnnnl iiiiliitM of tliu rantiuwiy. It
(lllURCK IIRIlillHt tlio Kpciclaiy Dt til
Rcnliplm Interests aic In clmi'Ku of I
title cif tlio nrtlelo Is "Tlio Wliltcwii
tlio fKLtib.ttlcins Mr. 5laln mnl.es til
Tnrt will allow the matter In pass u
In olllce was with Clironl rincliot, c
c IIpIiI ilMsloii of the I'nltpil States
eel (mm ofllrc follow Iiik u t-liwh wltli
n coal liiml claims, lus written nn
tcttliiK forth In iletall many sen
Ik statement liilMles with serious
o Interior mill hints that tlio Giib
ho department of tlio Interior. The
nliliiR of ll.illliiRi'r." So serious are
nt It Is not IpIIovciI that l'rcslilout
iinotlipil, Mr. llallliiRcr's first clash
hlef of the foicstiy'lmtenil.
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
Wc want to see all our old cus
tomers come back.
King Street, Ewa of Fisomarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DESCRIPTION
AT NAPOOPOO SCHOOL
(Special to the Hit lie tin.)
NAl'OOI'OO, South Kolia, Nov; 25.
1'ollowliiR was the Thanksgiving
pniKtiini at Napoopoo School:
ft. oo : : 1 0 Singing:
(a) Oh Holy rather
Third and Fifth Ornilcs
Third and Klfth tirades
(i) Austrian National lljnin..
Thl id ami Fifth tirades
ft: 10 ft:40 Hesitations;
(a) The' (lift of the Coin
(h) Our .l'lrst .Thanksgiving
Day Louis (laspar
(e) Story of the l'lrst Thanks-
ft; 10 9:30 Singing:
ThanksgUIng l'lrst (iiado
My Nuthii l.'iml
Thlul anil 1'lfth armies
My Own Nntho I. mid
Third and Fifth Grndes
Hccall what pupils Know of
10:00 to: in IlccltntloiiR:
(a) Hiawatha .... Orncey Oraco
(c) Coil's (lifts In Nature....
10:15 io::io Recitations:
(a) The Oilgln of Thanksgiv
ing Helen Caspar
i) We Tlinnk Theo. .John Orace
, (c) The l'lrst Thanksgiving..
H:no io:40 Closing Songs:
(n) Song of Oiiitltudo... Teacher
00 Ameilca School
() Hawaii I'onol ,. School
Thero was a nic-ptliig of the Knlmu
kl Uoiiihlkau Cluli last Saturday even
ing. Tlio InislnesH of Milculng ofllcers
w:ih all that was done.
13eer is rapidly growing in favor as
the holiday beverage in America.
In Germany, where the Christmas
spirit is at its best, beer has an impor
tant part in holiday festivities. To
drink to one's health and. happiness in a
glass of beer is conducive to good fellow
ship without being harmful.
Don't fail to order a case of beer from the
Brewery or from your dealer if from the latter be
sure to specify
mm MM m W ljL.
Mr Mmm 'Jr
I'hc J3eer That's J3rewed
iQcDuiT inc u.imoie
' " .' "Jj.- l.-'-J.J-s. 7-
tt ti it a it it n t: n ti t: a a t:
3 SPORTS g
Good Tennis O.i
On Saturday afternoon at tin
llorotanla tennis courts Mrs. Coultcl
defeated MIss.Murlain Hall, two sets
to three games, fi-1, 6-2, The result
surprised most people, as the pres
ent holder of the Hawaiian cham
pionship was thought to have hatlicr
u cinch on the match.
.Mrs. Coulter played well up to
her reputation of the past, anil
showed excellent form. Sho won no
less than nine games straight bcfoic
Miss Hall lould capture one.
There was a large attendance nt
the courts and the play of both la
dles was watched with great Inter
cet. After the singles were oer u
mixed doubles match was played be
tween Mrs. Coulter- Gee and Miss
It proved to be nn easy thing for
Qee and his partner. The play all
in oiind was good, and tlio ladles
I bowed that they wete capable of
making the men exert thcmscUcs.
a a a
J. A. C. Team Wins
Down nt the Athletic Park yester
day thoro were two games of bnll,
hut neither of them In a way af
fected the championship of the Oalni
Tlio .1. A. C.s are the chuinplons.
and although they were defeated In
csterda'B game by the Kallhls, It
did not matter, as the Kallhls had
forfeited the official game through
phi lug Kciiloha. The scoro was
Knllhl 7, J, A. C. 4. and tho former
team won by piling up thrco runs
In the ninth Inning.
Tho J, A. C. bunch did not exert
themselves, as they had already won
tho championship; still tho ganio
was exciting enough and tho play
was watched keenly by the crowd.
Tho second game between the Mn
ilnes and the C. A. C.s could not bo
finished on nicount of darkness set
ting In. The teams had made four
luns each up till the end of the
ninth Inning, and then Mcllcnry
railed the game, ns It was too daik
to see, and It did not matter who
won, as tho series was pan.
The Japanese section of tho crowd
got up and left In n body when one
of their number who had mitdo n lot
of trouble in tho grandstand was
ejeitcd by tho police. Tho man who
was III od out had been making In
decent nnd disgusting Blgns, nnd ho
Bhould have been removed from the
nrounds long before ho was.
The next baseball at the Athletic
I'nrk will he the gnmo between the
J A. C.8 and the St. Louis, and
there Is no doubt thnt n huge crowd
will attend to we the champion
Juniors up against tho cuick "big"
Tho official stores of jostcrday's
1 I 3) 5 6 7 S J
20011000 S 7
lillllS . . , .
1 2 1 19
0 0 0 04
10 0 1 0
.o o o i a
J. A. C.
1 2 S 4 C" G 7 8
Huns 0 1 3 0 0
Itaso hllK. ..01201
Tlueo biiho hits, M. Kalpo. Iloss:
two base hit, Walker; sacrlflco hits,
Long, Kicltus. Zerbe; loft on bases,
Kullhls 10, J. A. C. 4: doublo play,
l-mg to llutlcr; bases on called
Imlls, Kalpo 1, Ksplnda 2; Btruck
Mil. Kalpo 1, Kieltas 0, tjsplnda 9;
wild pitches, Kulpo, Kieltas , Ks
I'lmla 2j passed balls; Kcalolm 1;
Hi'opll 1; Innings pitched, Knlpo 3,
I'rellas li; hits, Kalpo 3, Frcltas 1.
I'niplio. Mclleniy. Scorer, N, Jack
ton. Time, 1:40.
1 2 3 4 C
Huns o i o o
llaso hits, ..00102
C A. C. ,
"'"is 0 0020020 01
Hasii hltH.,,0 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 2 7
Tlueo huso hit. Asam; Two huso
lilts, Asam, (law, Thompson; eacil
flco hits, Gnw, Williams, Sing Chong,
ahum; leit on bases, Muilncs 9, C.
A. C. 3; hit b pitched bnll, Davis;
Iiiimw uncalled bulls, off Apau 3; wild
pitches, oihhon , Apuu 4; passed
lulls, Andeison , Ah Toon 2, struck
"ut. by Glbsoir7, by Apuu 10. I'm
Plro, Mcllenry. Scoipc, N. Jackson.
np"For Salt" oardt at BulUtln.
10 0 04
ARM0RITE PAINT is prepared
specially to resist the 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.,
THE MODERN FILM
The distinguishing features of the Ansco Film
are Latitude t and Chromatic Balance, or
"color ratio" -so essential in these Islands.
Also the correct registration of index numbers.
Fits any roll film camera or kodak.
Op p. Hensqn
Smith 8c Co.
Santa Claus Headquarters
Toys by the Car Load
And Cheaper This Year Than Ever
CALL IN AND INSPECT 0UE MAMMOTH STOCK.
WE WILL BE OPEN EVERY NI0HT COMMENCING MONDAY,
YOUR MONEY SAVERS
Wall, Nichols Co.,
Fresh Shipment Just Received by
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
WING CHONG CO
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealen in Furniture Mattresies,
Etc, Eto. All kinds of K0A and
MISSION FURNITURE Xade T
HONOLULU DANCING ACADEMY
Meets Monday and Friday nights at
8:30 o'clock. Kilohana Art League,
under the direction of
New Dances a Specialty.
Information furnished by Otto
Burmcster at WALL. NICHOLS CO.,
King St. Telephone Store 261.
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