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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, November 29, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 8, Image 8',
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I 1 "7 I THE EUCALYPTUS
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I Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
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The fact tlml tlm departments (if the
l'cdcinl (lovormiii'iit .ir! moro than
passively intou'sled hi Hid wullnru "I
(In! Territory win further 'emphasized
this iiKiniltiK when lllrru linked on
till! Ilnt'i' .Manchuria. I.uiiIh MmkoIIii,
forest examiner, who will devote his
Mtcntlon lei llio eucalyptus (troves In
1 "I have come for thu purpose of do-
miIIiik my Hiiil' exclusively to llio ox
uiiiliiatluii iitnl Hltiily nt llu eiic?iypttiii
dees In Hawaii." Kiild MnrKulln. "-My
I iiinln iluiy will lie In formlni! estimate
fur tin- mulling of a yield table wlikh '
will itlve plantations ami others ItiU-r-(Kli'il
In Jlir planllni! or eucalyptus
Ili'i'H and Knives some Idea of the yield
for tlm illlTereiil purposes for which
llio wooil may liu needed.
Tlie eucalyptus tree Iiiih n very
blight future In Hawaii, nccorlliiK )
Hie uxpcit wlm Iium licon rent to llie
Territory liy the forest Fervlre ami It
In lielleveil that lilit InvcstlK.itloiis will
icHiilt In a tiumlicr of Important facts
, beliiK illKCovered that will lead to n
went advancement In llio growing of
the trim In Hawaii.
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1 i AT HAVP HIST A03IVFn .. I
iflt? ih aarafLi jui rr- v jL-c-r
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K a v III for the muklntf of u yield table whh.li
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1 I M. make, in Oxford Tics and
K, Jm ' l'ntcnt Kid two cyciei
ffl" Pi vii ii c. FJtirrvn A inl of "l MwHum Hcnvy
ii I Pumi), in Liht or Heavy miiij i Jtu ui niiinnn Iinmrnin
f I V ' ' ,l TRIAL IS BEGUN
.f I 11 S,'v. Th? drpntpvt ualup piop chnwn in iUls JVBv
IS f)NA Honolulu at these prices. Here arc JS&tf
55s55 ome in and see them, and they will '
1 An the rpct Blnck vici Kil1, Bluc,1Pr cut'
! i I'atcnt Kid Oxford Tic. Extension uu "K CM' Hand Turned or Welt Sole, Patent
,b 1 So'.es. with Dull Calf Top3. at S3.50. Top and Cuban Heel, at $3.00.
I TIES THAT FIT AND WEAR
HI.. ' 3 Black Vici Kid. Bluchcr H
IK. 0 Cut Tic. with Extension Black Vici Kid Bluclicr ' I
K W Seles, not too heavy, at - Tie, Light Soles, with'Ncw I .
m- i '2 DinmodTiP.at$2S0. I QERRI BELIEVED
Black Vici Kid Bluclicr
Tie, Light Soles, withi.Ncw
Diamond Tip, at $2.50.
ChurKcil Willi havliiK nHoinpled to
I. r 1 1 ) Itayiiiiniil C. Iliown. lunpector
of ImmlKratliiii, HiiriiKunon. a Hindoo
wan placed on trial In the United
i3lntes court this nuirnhn;. the. prosecu
tion helm; condiicted hy Unlteil Stnle.i
Attorney Ilreckons nml the Hindoo lie
iUK defended hy Claudius II ..Mcllrlde.
A Jury wan necured without dllllcul
ly, iioiio of the Jurors railed bolus
willing lo admit thut they would carry
n prejudice. Into the Jury liox nKiitnst
the defendant slniily because he wns
i HindiKi, Mcllrlde uhaiistci his
pereniptory challeiiKes nml Drown was
first placed on the Btund to tell the
clrcumstniices kuitouiuIIiik thu at
He stated that the Hindoo wns held
on the Chlyo Mnru because he was af
flicted with an eye disease and Hint ho
offered a bribe of a purso full of Eng
lish sovereigns In the presenco ! Unit
ed Stntes Attorney Ilreckons. Ilrown'H
testimony was homo out by Ilreckons,
who added u number of details to the
ransactlon under examination by Mc
err & Co., Ltd.,
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FOK ALL GASLIGHT VAVEHS
PLATES' and FILMS
A. .j.ri ."J "!-!" inwtont l4l lv.. WCKbMl m..i. .
sruiiCxrfiiHoxioe ri. n.ur I w . iu .
Spetlut f'pr muln - Accurttly Conipounded.
INGENTO . ifSWi?
SB. B. near St. Elizabeth
2 B. R. Kuakini, nr. Fort St.. 12.50
IB. R.Alcwa. below Judd... COO
2 B. It. Sihnack Tract, Nuu-
2B.R. Partly furnished, Ma
, nca Valley 12.00
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Bide. 74 S. Kintr St.
A man who well answers the de-1
ecilptlou of Rlovunuc Ccrrl. a de
serted from (ho Italian cruiser Cala
bria, which sailed several days ago
lor tho Knr Knst, has been placed
under an est at police vtntton.
When thu Calabria left Honolulu
nfter a week's visit nt tho port, two
of her nion were potted ns missing.
One has already been recovered, nnd
nils afternoon Officer Kellett ran
across tho man who now adorns n
cell ut tlm station house. There la
a reward of $fi0 offcicd for the cap
ture of each man. Kellett Is now
wondurlUK If lie will bu Hie man se
lected to make u special trip lo
Shanghai, China, to deliver his pris
oner over lo tho llullan authorities.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
To our patrons this ycai will take the form cf something
that every individual,. both great and small, will surely
appreciate and try to own. It is a
Victor Talking Machine
and Record Cabinet
The latest model, handsomely finished in oak.
BEGINNING ON DECEMBER 1ST
Every Purchase of 25c
Will be entitled to ONE COUPON, each good for ONE
The contest will close on Dec. 24th at 0 p. m Tho
lucky individual having the largest number of votes will
FREE OF CHARGE
Victor Machine and Cabinet
It will be on view in our window up to Tuesday eve
nine;, and after that in the store.
Our employes will not be allowed to participate in
Our Holiday Goods
Consisting of many novelties arc all on display.
If desired, we will deliver Roods in
PLAIN SEALED PACKAGES
By Special Messenger Service.
Free of Charge.
W. C. Pcacook & Co.
The House of Quality. Wines and Liquors.
CASTOR I A
For Inants and Children.
ttia Kind You Hava Always Bouglit
ro ct &&ffi&&j4itS
Pau Ka Nana
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO., Ltd.
"Everything Photographic" Fort Street
FRUIT FOR COAST
MAY BE DELAYED
Acordlng to tho schedule now
in ranged by the freighters between
lluru and the miilnlund tho outlook
' for getting Christmas fi lilt pack
I'lBcs lo friends anywhere near tho
Holidays is very slim.
The l.iirllno was supposed to get
yiway from hern on Hie Ifjlh, which
Arrangement would be quite satis
factory, but this early date has now
been pushed along lo the neighbor
hood of the L'Uth on account of an
unexpected delay to tho Lurlliio lu
The" oquesK company will be par
ticularly cilppled by tho picscnt
1'rriingemrnt. They have an unus
ually large number of fruit orders
to bo delivered during Christinas
tluio on thu (oast. The orders will
now havn to he annulled or scut on
ti Inter boat.
The usiril .Monday evening band
concert will lake placu lit Uiiima
Square at 7.20 this ovenliig. Tho ban 1
will rallied tho billowing program:
Maich I'ortolu (now) Franco
Overture Dame Valentine .... Suppo
Inlorniozzol'nrtola (now) , . . I'ranco
Selection Urnanl Verdi
Vocal American r.ongs. .nr. b" How
Selection Threo Twlua (by ie-
(iicM) Host h, i
Intermezzo Amliui (by leipn-.t) ..
Waltz (lesiindhclt Ine ) .... Koetlo
The Star Spim-rled Itinn-r.
Bulletin Business OiTice ?lion 250
Bulletin Editorial Room Thous 185.
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your Grocer's
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $25.
Ib!" editorial rooms 250 busl
nets office. Theia ara the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
DEPUTY SHERIFF ROSE
AGAIN AT DESK
Charles Hose, Deputy Sheriff, Is
UKalli ut his desk a f lei- several duys
of enforced InuctUlly and rctire,-
liient from nctlvo life of nil officer or
Hie law cnimeil v n Hprlnua ulirnln it
uu ankle. I
llnso wns injured a week nuo
while driving down Ilcrotnula Btryot.
i nu iiiuow uiuwiiiK uiu uuiuiy nui-
in s carringo became frlghtoncd at a
pausing steam roller nnd Hose nml
his driver were thrown to tho
Kiouild. The deputy Bhorlff sus
liilned Beveriil nasty bruises.
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,
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California d
w York! NOTARY PUBLIC J
mm Marriage Licenses; Draws
lortKHgcs, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Ceases, Wills, Etc Attorney for th(
District Courts. 79 MERCHANT ST
HONOLULU; PHONE 310.
An Appreciated Gift
Has value in the eyes of the receiver for its beauty and
usefulness, Imported Chinese goods have both these quali
ties, Amonp the articles that we are showinp; 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 M TA1 & CO.,
041 Nuuanu St.
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