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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. 1!., MONDAY. DEC, (I, 1909.
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Fort & Beretania Streets
When you buy at the stores and ask for Green
Cash Stamps (they're tree), call at the Show
rooms and see the many Useful and Valuable
Articles you get Free tor Green Stamps. ,
The largest and mot exclusive line of ORIENTAL
GOODS now being exhibited in Honolulu are on display
here for the Christmas trade. This line was personally
selected by our buyer while in China.
Gifts That Will Please
SANDAL WOOD, embroidered, silk fans.
HAND BAOS, embroidered, only one of a kind.
QRASS LINEN iu all the popular shades.
DRESS SILKS in thc newest Oriental effects.
TABLE COVERS in nil shapes and sizes, embroidered in
the most exclusive designs.
DOILIES in all popular designs.
CURTAINS in all latest Parisian effects.
PILLOW SHAMS in the most exquisite designs.
BUREAU SCARFS. Both in drawn work and embroidery.
SILK SHAWLS in the newest creations.
SILK HANDKERCHIEFS in beautiful designs.
SHIRT WAIST patterns, embroidered on the fronts.
back, sleeves, collars and cuffs. The prettiest goods
ever shown. Only one of a kind.
DRESS PATTERNS in Grass Linen and Pongee Silk,
handsomely embroidered, and only a few in stock.
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Corner Bethel and King Streets
Bumper Crop Is Expected
Local News notes
(Hpcclnllo the II u I I e 1 1 n.)
LAHAINA, Maul, Doc. i. The
Pioneer Mill stnrtctl grinding on th
first of Deicmlicr with every pros
lett of n bumper crop. Tho plan
tntio nls In Hplenilld shape, ami this
scorns to be pretty generally under
fclood liy thoso who are looking for
n good lnestmont. The. only won
der In that $250 U not bid.
A fall of .r0 of an Inch of rain
(Ills week Iuih ghen the next leaf's
crop a long start, and that bids fair
to bo the largest crop taUcn off If
prevent conditions arc a Bate cri
terion. A number of labor saving
devices have been Installed to as
sist In taking off thc present crop.
Miss l.ulu Law, daughter . of
Prlntlpal Law of the I.ahalna pub
lic school, has returned after n
short visit to Honolulu. She han
Improved In health. Her place
being filled In the school by Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Kroll have gone to
Honolulu with their llttlo son, Leo
pold, who Is suffering with what Is
Indicated as appendicitis.
Dr. Clark of tho Census Ilurcatf,
passed through hero on business.
He will select agents to take the
census on Maul.
George K. Smithies has examined
thc Lnhalnu National Dank, ns na
tional bank examiner, and Is now In
Wnlluku and Kahulul on tho samo
flcv. Canon A. 1). Weymouth Is
visiting Honolulu for n few das.
(Special to Bulletin.)
WAILUKU. Maul. Dec. 3. Tho re
ported arrival of an airship for Mr.
Iloamcr of llllo Is agitating -Bould bo
Maul axlttors, and already In tho
county sent1 of Maul are Beveral as
pirants who are seriously thinking of
giving contracts to Eastern airship
jnrcls to compete with tho llllo mono
pianist. Such a machlno would bo
very useful not only to tho news mon
ger, but also to county officials, such
as sheriff, county attorney, county en
glneor, board of supervisors, and per
haps campaign, managers too; for an
airship may bo tired for promotion
of tho arts of pence as well as war.
OF MINUTE MEN
Government Wants To
Know How Many
Tho United States Government Is
going to undertake the gathering of a
reliable nnd exhaustive special census
of the cltlicn residents of Hawaii, cap
able of bearing arms In tho event or
war. Tho work has been placed In
tho hands of Dr. Victor 8. Clark, tho
special agent of tho census In tho Ter
ritory and ho has been Instructed by
tho department at Washington to pro
ceed with tho work In connection with
tho regular census labor.
Tho special census will bo undertak
en In accordance with tho general
terms of a resolution thnt was panned
at tho last regular session of tho Leg
islature, In which provision was niado
for an exact determination of thc num
ber of men In Hawaii who could bo
dooended upon for service under arms.
It Is considered significant of tho
attitude of the Federal Government In
determining the defensive possibilities
of Hawaii that tho suggestion that tho I
federal census taker assume chargo I
of tho work was met with prompt acquiescence.
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That's lhelnitial Payment
When you buy furniture of us on
the installment plan, $10.00 paid
down and SI 0.00 per month will
furnish your home.
Quality here is as high as our.
terms are easy and prices low.
COYNE FURNITURE COMPANY
GRAND CLEARANCE SALE OF
Men's Fine Clothing
We want to clear out our entire line in order to. make room for our NJEW SPRING STYLES.
25 PER CENT. OFF ALL MEN'S SUITS. This means that you can have -a Christmas Suit at a
very low figure.
BEAUTIFY THE HOME FOR CHRISTMAS
By purchasing your TABLE DAMASK and LACE CURTAINS at Bargain Prices .
72-in, wide Satin Finish; regular value $2.00;
, Sale Price, the yard $1.50
Napkins to match.
Size 23 in. x 24 in., $5.00 value; Sale Price, the
64 in. Damask, fin quality, regular 75c; Sale '
, Price '. 50o ward
58 in. Damask, reg. 65c; Sale Price SOfjard
70 in. Damask, unbleached, worth $1.50; dur
tag the tale, he yard OOo
$1.50 value, the dozen $1.15
1.75 value, the dozen 1.35
2.00 value, the dozen 1.65
$0.75 value, Sale Price, the pair $0.55
1.00 value, Sale Price, the pair 0.70
1.25 value, Sale Price, the pair 1.00
1.50 value, Sale Price, the pair 1.20
1.75 value, Sale Price, the pair 1.40
2.00 value, Sale Price, the pair . . 1.60
2.25 value, Sale Price, the pair 1.90
In Several New Designs
$2.50 value, Sale Price, the pair
2.75 value, Sale Price, the pair
3.00 value, Sale Price, the pair
3.50 value, Sale Price, the pair
3.75 value, Sale Price, the pair
6.50 value, Sale Price, the pair
1 A FULL LINE OF SWISS CURTAIN SCRIM
CHENILLE PORTIERES, $ 4.00 VALUE, FOR $3.00 PAIR
ART DENIMS, BURLAP AND CRETONNE!
SantaClaus Headquarters for Toys' Tols'
SANTA CLAUS wU1 be in .attendance
every evening until
Christmas. Have Santa deliver the Toys on Xmas
L. B. Kerr & Co.,
,.' $200 ph
J 2.15 m
1 8-4 m
.i 2.70 ,
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