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BVENINO BULLETIN, IIONOMXO, T. H SATURDAY, DHC. 4, 1909.
-Shades in quaint designs- Good for the, room that is most
used for a hall. We have the largest arid best assorted stock.
ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP,
f , " ARTISTIC FRAMING. , ',' ii FORT BELOW XING STREET. ' . ' .
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AT FORT DE RUSSY
FAINS PUTS A STOP TO OUTSIDE
GAMES AND MATCHES SEV
ERAL BOYS LEAVING FOR
YoJtenlay wiw tliu best day of tliu
month at Kurt Do Itunxy, uven tluiuli
It llil r,nln rum mornlns until latu In
tliu evening, n tho men of Hint post
wero paid by Major D. n. liny for tliu
month of November. Tbo unrvey lo
Ucliiiicnln, nt Pearl City, I.ollcliuu nml
Knhnnn, will be paid within tlio next
tiny or two. Payment wns mailo nt
the ptul pavilion nml the uniform worn
Ly all the organizations wan summer
itrvlco with Hldo nrtns.
Rain, which fell thu entire il.iy,
caused the xutoncnient of tliu hand
lall cameH nnd It Is feared that the
matches cannot be finished, complete
ly, before the holidays. Plana are
under way In cm or the eourt ami If
thin Is done pl.iy will be resunieil by
tuulght. Am these i-oMohIs nro near
Iiik the IIiiiiIm nil arc Inleieslvd In see
Ins the present series finished and the
winning teams chosen In meet the
teams which will be In from the stir
cy detachments for the Christina '
The pool games Inst evening hroimht
the contest down to the semi finals In
that series and Williamson nnd llenolt
will play HiIh evening the first game.
Holt and Itueffcr will piny the second
pnd the winner will then contest for
the championship of the post In pool,
tl-nst evening Williamson won fiom
Ilmiscr In tho first game nml thereby
obtained his right to play In tbo semi
final. l-x won from Tarrants In tho
second game nnd Holt from Hacker
In the Inst. Tho games this evening
will be fast nnd as both men hnve
many followers In the camp, and nt
thp other postR, there Is sure to be a
Rood many spectators present to urge
along their favorites.
Prlvato William McKenzle of Com
pany 0, 2nd Battalion of ICnglncers.
who hn been nt tho hospltnl nt Kurt
Shaffer for n short time past, will
leave for tho general hospital nt San
Francisco for treatment. Prlvnto Met
Kendo has been with tho Engineer
troops for two nnd one half yenrs. both
in Cuba and the States and It Is with
deep regret that tho members of his
company see him leave. Prlvato Kv
erott, of Company A. 1st llnttallon of
Engineers, who has been visiting tho
camp at Fort Do Russy arter leaving
Fort Shifter, will also leavo on tho
next transport for the States nnd will
Join his company nt Washington liar
racks. D. C. Ry special order 201,
Headquarters, Fort Do Russy. Prlvato
Reuther and Richard Smith aro de
tailed, on extra duty, as teamsters In
the quartermaster's corral and Pri
vates llenolt and Hotiser on sjieclal
At least one other entertainment
such as have been given to the friends
of the Englners. will be held during
the Chrlstmns holidays. A muslcil
comedy will bo one of tho features and
as It will be staged with complete
equipment nnd costumes n good even
ing pf amusement Is In store. Vaudo
tllle numbers will also ho given which
will lliciido the best talent nvailablc.
Tlie seating capacity will bo enlarged
to as to accommodate tho visitors from
Honolulu, tho other military pot or
the Island nnd also tho largo number
of Engineers wno will bo In camp
from the detachments which aro sta
tioned throughout tho lslnnd.
ZEUYA SNAPS FINGERS
AT SECRETARY KNOX
WASHINttTON, Dec. 3. It Is reported hero that Piesldcnt Zelnyn of
Nicaragua has not only refused to take official cognlinnce of Secretary of
State Knox's note lucompanjlhg the passports of the Nicaragua!! churgo
t' "a Italics, but he Is alleged to have cent special agents to Washington In
the endeavor to liavo the ultimatum sol tislde by u dlicct appenl to hull
ldu.il mctubeiH of Congirss.
NIIW OIILKANS, Dee. 3.- Piissongcis reluming on stenmeis from
Nlenmgiia declare that the bodies of Messis. (irnee and Cannon, the two
Americans tervlng as mlojicls In the revolutionary nrmy, who were ex
ecuted by nulcM of Zelnyn, were nlso burned by Zeluyu's orders. Tho
same repoq tonics from llluctlelds.
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THISTLEMORE GOES DOWN
LONDON, Dec. 3. The llrltlsh slenmer Thlstlemnre of 2,579 tons,
(ouimiiuded by Captain Veo. rank today In llrunst.ible liny during n terrific
Morm which It) raging along tho Engllsli coast. Thirty members of tho
ciew were lost.
TRAINING BEGINS SOON
NEW YORK. Dec. 3. In the nrllclcs signed today by .mines J. Jeff
rise nnd Jack Johnson fur the championship of the world, it is stipulated
that both men shall hcgln training ninety das before the light.
SHIP MATTER HORN FOUNDERED
PORTLAND, Ore.. Dee, 3.-The llilllsh bnrk Matterliorn has found
ered off Umatilla Reef and thrco mcn-beis of the crew were diowncd.
Own Your Own
AND STOP PAYING RENT
Anlpuni St. Two cottages; lot 70x108; rent $40
per month; a bargain .' .$3,800.00
Paunui Six-room cottage; near Liliha St.; lot
Kapiolani St. Eight roomt; modern; a perfect
Kaimuki lots, near car line 350.00
Lusitania St. Six room cottage and bath 1,000.00
School St., near Emma Six roomi; a daisy .... 2,700.00
BULLETIN AD PAY
Hawaiian Realty Co.
Phone 883. 83 Merchant St.
iawaiian Iron Fence ajid Monument Works
MEXT TO YOUNG BLDU. 17R-1M KINO STREET.
25 Per Cent.
25 Per Cent,
Special Sale of :
Table Glassware and Crockery
, h . t
On Wednesday morning between
town and Kelnuitwhu street, a !
Klcvil tJHUlllcil'U I U'ur-iwrii ciiit'! ' -
er) brooch, set with" pnarlR. Ro- roj-.
warn ii iuii in wis iiuwp. nuw s.m ri,.,im. ni t. .-
Co., nishop st. : 4 483.Jt. ?v- """' -""'., ';' M .
Jbewis & UoM jutd,,
169 King St. 01m ware Emporium. Telephone 240,
Dinner Seti.rPlain Tumblers. Btandv and Cordial Glasses.
Ifine," Sherry, Claret and- Water Glasses, Beer and Ale Tumblers,
, Fine violin cheap for rash. Address
Harry Roberts, 1C03 lloushtnlllng
lto.nl, IMIama. 4483-4t
Uluc Crepo de Chlnn Princess gown.
With bluo sill; slip nnd trimmed
wjth cream lace; latest stylo;
bust 12. Address M I... Ilulletln.
R. LAWRENCE H. KENT, Embalmer and Funeral Director, ar
rived from Oakland, Cal, and he is now employed by M, E.
SUVA. Mr. Kent ii an experienced man in this line of
business, and as a practical embalmer has had 16 years' ex
perience. Mr. L. H. Kent and Mr. M. E. Silva are now prepared to
receive all business entrusted to our care. Mrs. Kent is also a lady un
dertaker and will care for the female cases, which is most needed in
our community. She will arrive here within six weeks' time.
Furnished house to let. 1713 Hear
, M. E. Silva's Undertaking Establishment
lloail. Apply on promises, llS2.tr 1120 Fori St,
NiRht Cull 1014.
Seated tenders will bo received by
the Superintendent of Public WorkH
until 12 m. of Wednesday, December
lf, 109, ror furnlshliiK tho Dcpnrt
ment of Public Works with 18,001)
lln. ft. of 12 Inch wooden stnvo pipe,
delivered f. o. b. ship's tactile, Ku
Specifications nnd proposal blanks
on file In tho Department of Public
The- Superintendent of Public
Works rebcrves the right to reject
eny or all bids.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Dcpti' of Public Works. Honolulu,
Nov. 8, 1909. 4182-71
lllda for furiiishlnR the various
services of the Oily nnd County or
Honolulu Vlth office supplies nnd
for performing work in nccordatico
with Ordinance No. S of tho City and
County for the semi-annual period
beginning January 1, 1910, will, bo
iccctvcd by the Directors of tho
llurcau of Supplies of the City nnd
County of Honolulu nt tho ofuco of
the City and Couuiy Clerk, not Inter
than tho hour of noon of Wednesday,
December If), 1909, nt which tlmo
nil bids received will be opened nt
Schedule of mnterlnts nnd supplies
lequlrcd and of work to be per
formed 'will bo furnished on applica
tion fii tho City and County Clerk.
The Directors of the llurcau or
Supplies created under tho provi
sions of said Ordinance do not bind
themselves to accept tho lowest or
December 1, 1909.
D. K.W.AIIOKAUVXI, JR.,
City and County Clerk.
1 ' City ami County Auditor.
KIIBD 'W. MII.VKRTON,
First Deputy City and
4480 Dec. 1, 2, 3, 4. C,
5 B. R. near St. Elizabeth
2 B. R. Kuakini, nr. Fort St.. 12.50
lB.R.Alcwa, below Judd... 6.00
2B.R.Sihnack Tract, Nuu-
2 B.R. Partly furnished, Ma
noa Valley 12.00
P. E. R. Strauch
74 S. Kinc St.
Hotel & Union.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
lUch Cin- "s.
UL DRl'lllUNTS :
American Steam Laundry
W. D. McINTYRE, Manager.
FIRST-CLASS LAUNDRY WORK
1382 Liliha Street, corner Vineyard.
The best in
POSES, CARNATIONS and other
MRS. E. M. TAYLOR.
Younu Bide. Tel. 339.
blank books ot all orts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by tho Itullotln
IV iiintt fompunj.
Prepared especially for this
"climate, because the climate re
quires a special paint.
.ARMORITE PAINT resists
the effects of salt air. It is the
only paint that does this per
fectly. If you contemplate painting
your house inside or out TRY
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Th? latest product of
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Smith 8c Co.
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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
Buraester at WALL. NICHOLS CO.,
Xing St. Telephone Store 261.
Evening Rlllletin TSC Pen Month lletln Business Office Phone 258.
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