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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, December 01, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 6, Image 6',
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r.VKNtNO MII.MSTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY, DEC. 1.-190!
FLOW OF TEARS
Departure of Alameda
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Patent Kid Ankle Strap
Pump, in Light or Heavy
Soles, at just $3.50.
Patent Kid Oxfoid Tic. Extension
Solcv with Dnll Calf Tops, at $3.00
HAVE JUST ARRIVED
Styles of the celebrated DREW
make, in Oxford Ties and
Pumps, to sell at
$2, $2.50, $3 & $3.50
The greatest value ever shown in
Honolulu at these prices. Here are
just a few styles of them.. Just
come in and see them, and they will
do the rest.
Patent Kid two eyelet
tic, in Medium Heavy
Soles. A beauty, at $3.50.
Black Vici Kid. Bluchcr cut,
Hand Turned or Welt Sole, Patent'
Top and Cuban Heel, at $3.00.
TIES THAT FIT AND WEAR
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Black Vici Kid. Bluchcr
Cut Tie, with Extension
Soles, not too heavy, at
Black Vici Kid Blucher
Tie, Light Soles, with New
Diamond Tip, at $2.50.
Weeping, wUlllna-, laughter and
Jest mingled ut tho departuro of tho !
old reliable Honolulu-San Francisco
I ferry boat Alameda, which cast off
her lines ami made for the open sea
shortly after 10 o'clock this morn
Tim Alumcdii can led thlity saloon j
passcngcis and left this pint with
sufficient empty cabins to arcommo-j
date quite a contingent from tho
host of millionaires who arc alleged ,
by tho advocates of coaslwlso sus
pension as clamoring for any old
kind of transportation.
When Knpclniclstcr Merger and
Mb (omp.iny of musicians wcie not
busy, agitating the iitmospncro
around Oceanic dotk with mi agree
able program of brans baud melodies,
n troupe of lolorcd slngcrH nnd van
dcvllto people tcrtipltd the boards
with I) rlc and sonnet t, ballad and
Departing pasongcrs struggled
thiough tho large crowd present at
the whaif and up the gangway fair
ly smothered In floral IcIh from ad
The liner leaves Honolulu with a
largo general cargo of products from
Hawaii nel. Her freight list In
cludes 0,00(1 bags co ffee, 3, C00 bag"
rlee, C.oou cases canned pines. 1,000
crates green pines, 0,(100 bags su
gar, H, 000 bunches bananas, 700
bundles hides, TOO cases honey, and
a largo quantity of miscellaneous of
feilngH, making up about 1,700 tons
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.,
TO SEE SIGHTS
METOL- m HERneTicM.i.y hauiw qi.ai tv"-- ,.,
FOR ALL GASLIGHT VAPBUS ' r't
PLATES and FILMS ' " ,
Am NfMri m lUa fu ikM HI nm
v WUIX mi MOKIWI -" f r" "
49pUI FottnuU - Aceurit.ly Compounds,
' BURKE J AMES CHICAGO v
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Program of Entertainment Is Varied
and Interesting Men of Party
to Accompany Baron Shibusawa
on Tour of Island.
Hans lor tho entertainment of tho
distinguished Japanese visitors whn
will arrive on tho Chljo Mam with
Paron Shibusawa, are almost com.
plcte, and a fine program has been ar
Ulion arrival tho guests will be tak
en to the Young Hotel for a short i cut,
and shortly afterwards a trip to the
Wahlawa pineapple plantations will bo
made. While the men of tho party are
anuy on tho trip the ladles will bo tak
cu around tho city by n party of ladles
headed by Mrs. V. M, Swanzy.
Tlu Toll will, of courso, bo visited
rnd other points of Interest In the city
Ihkcn In. Ileautlfiil Alnahau, tho test.
ilenco of A. S. Clegborn, will bo u say
icene where afternoon ten will Ik,
Tho Japanese concul and the vice
consul, tin) president and vlco-prcst-dent
of Hip Japanese Mci chants' As
sedation, :md many prominent mem.
hers of tho Japanese colony will ac
company tho pally on Its tour around
tho city and country districts.
i" B. It. near St. Elizabeth
Home . '. $25.00
SB.R.Kuakini. nr. Fort St.. 12.50
IB. It. Alewa, below Judd... 6.00
2 B, R. Sihnack Tract, Nuu-
2 B.R. Partly furnished, Ma
j noa Valley 12.00
P. E. R. Straucri
Waity Bldg. 74 S. King St.
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO., Ltd.
"Everything Photographic" Fort Street
For those who wish to trim their
Dunn's Hat Shop
WAII CHONG CO.
DRY Q00DS AND TAILORING
Everything absolutely nrw and
fresh front I lie Coast.
WAVEBLEY BEK. HOTEL ST.
W. O. CHALMERS
General Contractor and Builder.
Free of Charge.
Room 11, Knpinlnni Building,
Honolulu. T. II.
Kiug Street, Ewa of Fithmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DT-
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
Pau Ka Hana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your Grocer's.
, TO REACH JAPAN
Wireless signals between these Is
lands and the Japan coast failed to
connect after tepeated dials for sev
eral consecutive nights.
All arrangements for glvlir; and
bending signals hail been previously
arranged between the two stations by
tho medium of letters,
Kahnkii Is supisiscd to bo tho most
powei fully equipped wireless statlo'i
la the world.
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEWAND EXPERIENCED COOK
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to see all our old ens-
toners come back.
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $25.
IHTi editorial rooms 250 bust
ncss office.' These are the telephone
numbets of the Oulletln office.
When you want photographs that aio
eal likenesses poso for jour plctiuu
at tho M. K. Henry nailery on Hotel
stteet opposite tho Art Theater. Hn
lurgement work done. Also printing
OLIVER MET HIS HOODOO.
"Thero aro tnonty-throo convictions
standing against Jour niinio In thl.i
court upon n charge of drunkenuoss,'
declared Judgo Andrado from tho
bench as ho addressed one John Oliver
who waa brought within the police tolls
lust night for having Imbibed too free
ly In various cheering beverages.
Oliver has frequently forfeited ball
when tho sum has been a modest one.
Tho court confessed that was unablo
to decide Just what should bo dono
with John Inasmuch as bo had been
hmtmhl befoio tho tribunal with a dis
tressing frequency which, ididnly
spelled "sl-.lildoo." Oliver has hi on
sent to tho tanks until n decision 14
roudorod In his case.
ARE ALL ON DISPLAY
By trading with US you may get the
$125 Victor Talking Machine
. - - and Record Cabinet
. Free of Charge.
Sun V i$h9BmimtWiT
ma kVsB ffiKfisrssy
Wlien you buy furniture of us on
the installment plan, $10.00 paid
down and $10.00 per month will
furnish your home.
Quality here is as high as our
terms are easy and prices low.
COYNE FURNITURE COMPANY
LACE CURTAIN SALE
Wc want to interest Christmas shoppers in house ne
cessities. In order to do so wc arc offcrinjr Lace Curtains'
at prices far below the rcp.ulnr.
$0.C0 a pair now $0,40 a pair 1.50 n pair now l.15 a pair
1.00 a pair now 0.75 a pair 1.75 a pair now 1.30 a pair
1.25 a pair now 0.90 a pair 2.25 a pair now 1.75 a pair
An Appreciated Gift
Has value in the eyes of the receiver for its beauty and
usefulness, Imported Chinese Roods have both these quali
ties. Among the articles that we arc showing aro dress
silks, silk shawls, handkerchiefs and shirt waists in all
Buying is made cy when you sec this display, Wc
invite you to call,
WING WO TAI & CO.,
041 Nuuanu St.
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
If desired, we will deliver goods in
PLAIN SEALED PACKAGES
By Special Messenger Service.
Pree of Charge.
W. C. Peacock 6c Co., Ltd.
jnteHnjegOunlityJ ' Wines and Liquors.
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