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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, DEC. S, 1U09.
MUSIC'S GREATEST CHARM IS IN
PLAYINQ NOT JUST
There is but one Pinnola. Made
only by Aeolian Co , nnd we carry a
full line of Pianolas and Pianola
EXCEPTIONAL BARGAINS IN
SLIGHTLY USED PIANOLAS.
Made to win and to wear and to
Rive perfect satisfaction in every in
Christmas Suggestions .
Nothing gives more lasting pleasure than music Nothing ismore appropri
ate or acceptable for, Christmas Gifts
Speojal, - - $425
We make this exceptional offer in
order to introduce these Players here.
Stewart and Victoria
Finely Fnished: Guaranteed Perfect
Koa, very fancy inlaid, hand
Koa, fancy inlaid $ 7.50
Koa, plain $ 5.00
Ukulele Cases (canvas, bound
with leather) $ 1,50
Ukulele Instructor, complete. .$ 1.00
Is the ideal Piano for the "Den"
not so large as most Pianos, but has
a beautiful tone. We have them in
mahogany and oak cases,
Martin and Victoria
In all kinds of wood; hand-polished;
$2.60 $5.00 $8.25 $12.00
$17.50 $22.50 $40.00
Lester aid Monarch
Hand.made reeds, absolutely true in
tone, and set on heavy lead plates.
Martin and Victoria
Expert American make; absolutely
perfect scale; Ladies. Standard
and Concert Size,
$3.50 $ 8.00 $10.00 '$12.00
THE POPULAR CpiXECTION OF
This collection contains n twenty
one typical Hawaiian melodies. Just
the thine for a souvenir of Hawaii.
Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd.,
Odd Fellows' Building - Fort St. near King
THE IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT. Perfection of construction is your guar
antee that the CHICKERING TONE is lasting; that it will never decrease
in volume or lose its irresistible charm.
Victor Talking Machines and
We are the sole distributors in the Hawaiian Islands and the only
dealers carrying a complete stock. There's a VICTOR for you at $12.50,
$17.50, $20.00, $25.00, $35.00, $45.00, $55.00, $05.00, $100.00.
So many people, who dislike the prominence of the horn, demand the
character ot drawingroom entertainment Which only,the Victor can sup
ply, that they have designed this instrument, with the horn, all moving
parts, and place for one hundred and fifty records and accessories, en
tirely concealed in ahandsome mahogany cabinet an ornament in any
drawingroom. We carry a complete stock of these instruments.
PRICES, $125.00 AND $200.00.
Our position in the Violin field is such that our instruments are su
perior in tone and finish to those marketed by others at an advance over
If our Violins are not fust as we represent them to be, we are glad to
exchange them. PRICES RANGE FROM $5 TO $75.00.
Coast Cities Dispute
On Canal Opening Fair
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 7. Much rhnlry Is being shown between
this city nnd San Dlego with u leu to capturing the world's fair for
l'JJu, , 11 hns been ul ranged that a body of representative business men
limn both cities shall meet at LosAngeles and attempt to arrive at u
iltilslou as to which city shall hold the fair to celebrate the opening
uf lliii l'aiiainn Canal.
LOS ANGELES' NEW MAYOR
1.03 ANGELES, Dec. T. The Indications are fiom tne announce
ment (if the early polls In the city election that George Alexander, who
hinds the Good Co eminent ticket tor Major, and the entire ticket have
been elected by u narrow, majority of about 4, GOO.
Alexander was placed Ip the Major's chair some time ugo to fill
tlm vniuiiLy caused by the recall ot Muyor Harper.
HENEY WANTS DAMAGES
SAN rilANCISCO, Dee. 7. A story Is printed here today that Heney
has Instituted a suit for libel against V. It, Ciocker, the suit being
brought In New York. I Tho grounds for the suit nre said to be that
Ciocker published a signed nrtlcle In.n New York paper reflecting upon
him. It was found Impossible to Verify the story tonight. Heney
w.irls 1250,000 for damages.
MONEY TO FIGHT CANCER
NEW YORK, Dec. 7i George Crocker, the San Tranclsco capital
ist, who died lecontlj In this fclty, has left a million and u half 4to the
Columbian University to be used to cover tlio expenses of nn invest!
cation Into tint causes of cancer nnd a search for a remedy.
m i mt i m .
WOULD HAVE AIRSHIPS
WASHINGTON. Dee 7. Iirlgmller General Allen, ,chlef of -tne sig
mil corps. In his auiiuul teport made public today, urges' the adoption of
u definite plan foi the development of neionuiltlrs In the urmy,
RIVERS AND HARBORS.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 7. The nuilonal ihers mid harbors io..,ou
tlon will convene hero Wednesday, There nre sixty delegates heie fiom
tho I'ncltlc Coast states.
UNDER MARTIAL" AW
WASHINGTON, Dec. 7. It Is roporled here that martial luw has
been declared In tho Republic of Honduras,
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CONGRESS ADJOURNS TILL FRIDAY
WASHINGTON, Dec. 7. After. the lending of the Presidents mes
sage lod.ij Congiess adjourned unfit Friday,
All kinds in rolls and sheets.
8UPPLY CO., LTD.
i2 Fort. and Queen Sts.. Honolulu.
CALENDARS and LEATHER
t&J n n nV a Wil, j
Total Amount for City and County
for Ensuing Six Months Is
$48,136 New Janitors and
Assistants to Go on List.
Tho general appropriations for the
conduct of tho City and. County Gov
ernment for tho six months from Janu
ary 1st, 1910, were passed on first
reading by tho Board of Supervisors
at their meeting last night, embodying
a number of substantial advances for
deserving employees. The appropria
tions for tho enmiliiK six months as
approved last night umount to 1318,
136, tho total to bo somewhat Increased
by tho addition of two salaries for In
spectors, When tho clerk of the Hoard negan.
the reading of the bill, Supervisor As
lett called attention to the fact th-l
there wag a blank line in the Introduc
tory to tho document and declare 1
that ho wanted an explanation. Tills
was Immediately forthcoming from
Supervisor Logan, who stated that lliu
blank lino was to provide a placo for
tho Insertion of the correct total of tho
arppoprlatlons, with amendments that
would undoubtedly be made by the
Hoard In tho course of Its considera
tion. Logan objected strongly to what
lio, declared to bo obstructionist tac
tics upon tho part of Aylett.
"I have been sitting up nights over
this bill." asserted Logan. "I Bpent all
Thanksgiving day on It and you peo
ple can hold the caucuses over It you
want 1 won't bo thero. I um getting
tired working my head over n bill and
have u collection of d obstruction
ists hohl It up "
ThlB was In reply to Knno'H sugges
tion that the bill bo held In ubujunce
and that unothcr caucus on it bo held
Thursday night. Kane's motion uus
put and lost, Ahln, Aylett and Kane
Qtlng to postpone It to Thursday and
Cox, Ixgan nnd Qulnii voting against
delay. McClellan was absent. '
The clerk then proceeded with llio
reading of tho bill, tho flrst four Items
receiving tho uppro.il of thuIlonul
without comment. When It came to
tho appropriation for tho olllco of Oily
and County Attorney, A j lett had bo.
cral amendments, his total belli-; the
bame as tho amount foi Um dopiil
ment specified In Iho bill SMO per
After going ovor the bill Item by
Horn It received the foimnl nppinvnl
of tho 'Board, but when Qulnn moved
to pass It to pilnt Aylett and Kane
had a number of, objections. They de
clared that two sanitary Insnnetnm
Jiuilnot boeu i prdYldgfor us prom-
Ifed. Qulnn then moved to reconsider maintenance ot road appropriation Is
tho bill and provision was made for tho Increased from $12,000 to $15,000. Iho
Tho appropriation blt as, temporar
ily approved carries with It n number
of ChrlstnuiB presents for City and
County employees. City and County
Physician Muckall gets $50 extra In
his stocking and $15 additional tor tho
pay of his assistant. Three members i
or tne band receive an increase or ill)
per month for efficient services1 In tho
cnuse of Orpheus. Berger was" thero
himself to plead In the name of high
er art and his pleadings were success
ful. Tho contributions from tho City and
County .treasury for the support of
worthy Institutions for tho noxt six
months period amount to $1575 a
month. There Is $250 a month for tho
Promotion Committee, the I-ealil Home
gets $125 and Kaplolanl Park $700.
Two Jailors receive Increases of $10
per month and provision Is made for
two additional Janitors. .
Tho salary of the stenographer lit
tho City and County Attorney's offlco
was raised from $80 to $100 per month
and tho imund keeper receives a $20
advance In his honthly stipend. Tho
appropriation for tho Koolauloa road
district was Increased frbm $1800 to
$2000. Tho special road tax fund will
bo drawn on In tho sum of $21,900,
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children,
flu Kind You Hats Always BMght
There will be a practice of the
High School soccer players .this aft
ernoon, nnd all the members are re
quested to turn out at the Maklkt
field and lnivo a real hard go for an
hour or so.
There will bo some fine tennis at
Hwtt on Sundaj, and If plans do not
misenrry, a town four will Journey
to tho big mill and engage with the
tthamplon lacqucC wlelders of the
Would appreciate the gift of an
3 lb. $4.00;
G lb. 4 50
7s lb. 5.00
0 lb. 6.00
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Can only be done properly where there are facilities
for the work. If you have anything of value that you
want dyed, let us send it to the F, Thomas Dyeing Works,
San Francisco. '
THE FRENCH LAUNDRY, 7. Abadie, Prop. Phone 1491.
Give Hirji a Pair of Regals for Christmas
There's just one lest Christmas present you can give any man, and that's a pair of our
handsome new holiday models in Regal Shoes. We have a special Holiday stock of Regal Shoes,
Slippers, Pumps and Footwear of every variety and thousands of people are buying these sensl.
ble, serviceable gifts in preference to articles which are merely ornamental, -
In order to make Christmas buying easy at our store,
the recipient of any pair of shoes can change them after
' Christmas should the iie of the shoes received be incor
Don't forget that YOU need a new pair of Regals for "
Christmas. At this time of year you should look your
smartest and that means you must have a brand new
pair of stylish shoes.
Our new-Regals reproduce the latest custom styles
from New York and London and Regal QUARTER SIZES
insure custom fit and comfort.
Come in and look over these smart shoes at
$3.50 $4.00 and $5.00
REGAL SHOES for, men and women
REGAL SHOE STORE,
King and Bethel