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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, December 08, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 8, Image 8',
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RVKNINO tlUt.t.ETIN. HONOLULU, T. tt., WEDNESDAY, DEC. 8, 1909.
The lnrccst and mrsj exclusive line of OMENTAL
nOODS now hcinc exhibited in Honolulu are on display
here for the Chrjstirns trade. This line was personally
selected by our buy 1 while in China.
Gifts That Will Please
SANDAL WOOD, embroidered, silk fans.
HAND BAUi), cmbro.(icr:d, only one of a kind.
GRASS LINEN in all the popular shades.
DRESS SILKS in ths newest Oriental effects.
TABLE COVERS hi t'.l shapes t nd clscs, embroidered in
the most exclusiv denims.
DOILIES in all popular designs.
CURTAINS in all la est transian effects.
PILLOW SHAMS in the most exouisitc dcs'.Rns.
BUHEAU SCARFS. roth in drawn work and embroidery.
SILK SHAWLS in the newest creations.
SILK HANDKERCHIEFS: in beautiful designs.
SHIRT WAIST pattcrr s. embroidered on the fronts,
back, sleeves, collars and cuffs. The prettiest Roods
ever shown. Only one of n kind.
DRESS PATTERNS in Grass Linen and Pongee Silk,
handsomely embroidered, and only a few in stock.
Y EE CHAIN & C v
Corner Hcthcl mid King Streets
MADE STRONG DY USINQ.
WEAK STOMACHS SAN FRANCISCO END
OF CAMPAIGN TO
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
Chtilvrn imirlniB illnrrlmen, il mnt cry
mil nil other Htiimach Hint liuwol com
ptnlnlH KPfcillly relieve.! Iy DitHy'ii
Pure Mult Whlskuy. A toanpoonful In
milk Jr witter Tour times u tiny will
free run from nit illnorders of Htuinnrh
mid IiowcIh. It nltls illKcstltiii, build
ni'W tlttsiiuH. quickens the circulation.
.. . .,. . ......... 1 I.... !. .....
It KJIllH IIIU BJBIUIII iliiil iwvjin ,im ,
f.na Itmtlfliv nun nrllvit It Icllllt fill
iMuiinsn t'f,llll I It f linMoit thn nlil to
itijoy the nim'rtH of outh. It keep
IIIU Olll mill Jllllim YlKnnnii uuii ihiwiik.
Cuffy Malt Whltkey Co., Rochester,
N. Y U. 8. A.
That's thelnilial Payment
When 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
teres arc easy and prices low.
COYNE FURNITURE COMPANY
Army oiierntlons liui' run up nmtiiil
Link McCnndloN ami from lust rcpotts
lie wiih liolilltiK tin' fort.
TIiIh small war cltniil U oeciisltiiH.'il
liy tho fact that .MrCniMiusn "III not
allow tho lumps at l.el!e!iin to ililo
mcr Ills latnl In that illstili.'. hiiiI U
loteV a ciiinplliincu with dh wMlica In
the niattcr liu hns erected n wire fence
IIikiiirIi which the cimilry i.niii'it
Colonel Hrhuyler wiote a Idler to
(Imi.Ttini- I'reiir reKanlliiK llio m-iltcr.
lie k.iIiI that the Idea of the war ill
pnrlnii'iil In loc.itliii; the cav.itiy pcnn
In tho middle, of the Island w.l.i to en
able thu soldiers lo Ret to any pait of
Oaliu In a hurry If occasion li'iii:ni':l.
Hut I. Ink hail lilnckeil them. yliiit liieiii
off from the government mail iiinl c.tv.
(lovernor I'rear him Instructed ihn
Atloruey flcneral to Initio Hiilt U limi.
.McCaiiil!eH remove the IiIk Iron iwut
which he planted In the lulilillo of the
mail lo Htop cavalry operalloiiH The
t pnpei-H In HiIk Hiilt will lio Itleil i;i a'
Alnm Hell, the joiini; laity who
iihot )onni? ArnicK on a ranch near
'Aiilnirn mill watt nciiiltteil liy n
Jury, lian liccn orfcreil a very flattcr
Iiir offer by a theatrical manager to
po on the stage.
The follow Inn Is puullKhcit In San
I'ranclsco im "n npccial illnpatch to
the t'a'l," on Noiemlier 27 anil Ik oh
vlmiHly the work of the local corres
pondent of the Call who has his head
quartern In the office of the mornliiK
paper, which Eherlff .Inrrett ilcclarcsl
nxslsled lilm la workliiK up "the case
against l.eal," .luit what spliirgliiR
l.eal has licen iIoIiik In lint known I) lit
Ibc assertion that ho Orhcx n $3nov
niilotnobilu Is about as false iih the
articles on Hawaii publlthcil In the
Honolulu, Nov, 20. An Investiga
tion of the otllclal acts of Chief De
tective l.eal Is to be niaile by the io
I Ice committee of the llonnl of Sup
ervisors, l.eal tins been splurging on
a salary of IIP) a month. He driven
a 13000 nutomobllc and lives well.
When a vaudeville company wni
hero n few months ago ho became
enamored of ono of the women and
his attentions to her, though he has n
wlfo and fatuity,. were marked.
These and other things drew upon
him the suspicion of the officials high
er iiii mid he wns suscndcd from the
forro while on a vacation to Han
Francisco. There Is a, humor that tho
police station Is rotten with, graft.
PIONEER NOW BECOMES
I'loncer strong at 200 is the latest
feature of thn Htnrk mnrlrni niwi nit
tho rest of tho list strong.
Comparatively little trading was
done on the Hoard this forenoon. Klvc
mitlllrpfl lllnn unit In i, ulm!., l.l.w-b nl
G.50. Hawaiian Sugar bolfd at 62, Uwu
at .iz.76 ami Hawaiian Pineapple nl
Another small block of O. It. & l
sold llt'llTi. n oiiiitntlmi Hint lu,u r.i.
IVirontp.come. lo stay. Slxty-tlvo
snnres or walalim went nl 125 and
124 3-4 is bid lodnv ullli mum nnm.
lllg Ollt lit ttinl flirnrn ntitim.in u.tt.l ,,,
84 and Hawaiian Agricultural at 2il5
,. t.n. I., nr. ,..,.. .
nuiiii ik inn-en nuiiarH ii Kiiare aiioie
llio lasj pn'vliuiH ipiiitatlon.
Then- Is falk nlonir Hi.. utr.,.i in .i
trlCl.'H Of HlOCkH Will H.'lir win.,, II...
ipuilntloiiK on raw wtgir begin to jti
now ii, nieiu Is no reiiKiiu however
Why thoso well InfnrtiiK.I ,, ,.,..,1..
condltloiiH shoiilil sell IltlV mnrn fr,...l
a month hence thun they do now, Thi.
price or raw sugar may go below four
cents, iirvbably will In fact, during tno
iicigni wi me grinding season. Tliln
fast has1 been ulre-idy dlscoiiutcd by
the careful buyers In the market nn.l
a fall of raw sugar to 3.75 will net
MIXED BUNCH OF
' GAMBLERS IN TOILS
This aftetnooti nl 1 o'clock n bunch
of "7-11" artists who have .for some
tlmo been playing that fascinating
game down nt the yard of the Pineap
ple cannery at iwnct, were all. so
ono. captured red-hnnded by Officers
Kelleit, David, Apana and another,
tt appeara that the bunch have been
In the habit of gambling every Wed
nesday after receiving .their week's
wages. They selected a place under
the railroad platform, ninl used to'
crawl beneath to Indulge In a gabc.
Keltctt and his men, by surrounding
the platform and Its approaches, man
aged to get close enough to make a
rush that landed them on top of the
astonished band of dice throwers, and
six of tho party of seven were landed
nt tho police station rhortly nftcr
wards. Tho men were of mixed nationali
ties, and Included In tho bunch wero
Portuguese .Inpatient-, llawallans, Chi
nese and a Korean.
"Phoney" Davis was convicted of
selling liquor without u license, In
Judge Do Holt's department of 1110
Circuit Court this morning. The Juiy
was out a few minutes when it re
turned with a verdict finding D.uls
guilty as charged. Judge Do Holt Im
posed n fine of 1100. The enso wui
prosecuted by Deputy City and Coun
ty tAtorney A. M. Hrown, Davis being
defended by Attorney Strauss.
Davis was conducting n lodclnn
House in tlie MiKiinkii district when
he wns arrested liv Uceno lUHpecler
rennei. ins tielcnso was that lie of-
fered a drink to tlioy,. who rented
rooms nt his liosii-'i; and had no In
tention of Helling liquor,
NEW IDEA IN SUBSIDIES.
(lermany Is now subsidizing not
only ships, but automobiles. It pays
12,112 to owners of automobiles of
a certain clnss, with the understand
ing that in case of war within five
years thn covprnmciif mnv unUn
these machines for military use. Tho
$2,112 almost pays for the machine,
mid tho chances nro that It will nev
er bo called for by tho government.
TUB nURIiAU of Navigation ro
liorts that nliioty-threo sail and sleiini
vessels, of 4082 gross tons, wero built
In tho United States during October.
BUSINESS WOMAN OF MELBOURNE
Bad a Dry Hacking Cough, Doclon Fulled to Curt. Took Pe-rwm
and Got Well.
Mrs.L. K. Trensky, proprietor of thodroat Unknown lrlvto Dotoctlvo
Agency, 175 William street, Melbourne. Victoria t Australia), writes!
"For over three years I suffered with a dry, hacking cough, and soemed to
always havo a cold,
Although I contulled doctors and also joined two lodges. I could get
"At night time It was impossible to pet any sleep, I was constantly coll
ing at chemists' shops and getting draught which only gavo mo relief for a
couploof hours, N
, "nut I can honestly say, tlnce using Peruna 1 have been restored to
perfect health, aud will always recommend It to lhuo I como In contact
In a postscript, Mrs. Trenxky adds: "lama well-known business woman
with at least a Ihniisnnit clients on my books, aud tho majority know bow
1 suffered. In fact, It was one of my client who recommended Peruna
A dry hacking cough U Nature's din
It Indicates that there Is some dcop
seated point of Irritation within tho
larynx or bronchial tulies.
Ills frequently tho(1rt manifestation
of tutrticcuioKl. It i sometime an In
dication of organlo dlseaso of tho heart.
Insidious bronchitis Is soon brought
on by a dry, hacking cough.
Hurh asymplom should not be Ignored,
Ordinary cough medicine do pot re
lieve Much a cough.
It requires somn. medicine that got
to tho root of tho inalUr,
A rough of this kind generally In
dicates some catarrhal derangement of
Ilia mucous membrane lining tho larynx
or bronchial tubes.
This catarrhal derangement Is a fore
runner of somo graver ailment,
A incdlclno that will check or mill
gato tho catarrh will stop the couch.
Medicines that simply dull the sctnl
tlvonoss of tho nervous srstctu and quiet
tho cough by their sedative effect, such
medicines do no lasting good.
Peruna relieve the catarrh. The ca
tarrh bolng removed, the cough ceatc.
This Is the way every cough should
The followintr wholesale flmiriritt will ,mnl ,.iu i,!i .i.. '
BENSON, SMITH & CO., Honolulu. Hawaii. ..
GRAND CLEARANCE SALE OF
Men's Fine Clothing
We want to clear out our entire line in order to make room for our NEW SPRING STYT F9
.5 PER CENT. OFF ALL MEN'S SUITS. This means that you can have a Christmas Suit 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 mntch.
Size 3 in. x 24 in.. 55.00 value; Sale Price, the
doncz , 3,75
C4 in. Damask, An quality, regular 75c; Sale
Trice 50o ward
56 in. Damask, rec. 65c; Sale Price 50c yard
70 in. Damask, unbleached, worth $1.50; dur-
in& tne sate, lie yard 00o
$1.50 value, the dozen ,$1.15
1.75 value, the dozen 1,35
2.00 value, the dozen l.flg
, .In Several New Designs
'?: 35 S ::::::::::::: ' '"" "" s"" -"
1.25 value, Sale Price, the pair 1.00 2,7S vaIne' Sale ?ricc thc VM
1.50 value, Sale Price, the pair . . . . X . ! ! . ! . ; 1.20 30 value S' Trice, the pair
1.75 value, Sale Price, the nair i'n 3.50 value. Sale Price th nlr
2.00 value, Sale Price, the pair l'm 3.75 value, Sale Price, the nair
A FULL LINE OF SWISS CURTAIN SCRIM
2.25 value, Sale Price, the 'pair 1,90
0.50 'value, Sale Price, the pair 5.25
CHENILLE PORTIERES, $4,00 VALUE, FOR $3.00 PAIR
ART, DENIMS, BURLAP AND CRETONNES',
SantaClaus Headquarters for Toys! Toys!
SAINTTA ( LA S will be in attendance
1 r every evening until
Christmas. Have Santa deliver the 'Toys on Xmas
B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.