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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H., TlllinSDAY, DEC. 9, 1909.
The largest ami most exclusive line of ORIENTAL
GOODS now being exhibited in Honolulu are on display
here for the Chr'strcas traite. This line was personally
selected by our buy.i while in China.
Gifts That Will Please
SANDAL WOOD, cmtioidcrcd, silk fans.
HAND BAGS, imbro.ilcrcd, only one of a hind.
UKASS LINEN in aft the popular shades.
DRESS S1LXS in the newest Oriental effects.
TABLE COVERS in nil shapes and sizes, embroidered in
the most exclusive desiens.
DOILIES in all popular designs.
CURTAINS in nil la eit ransian effects.
PILLOW SHAMS in the most cxauisite desisns.
BUREAU SCARFS. Eoth 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 cults. 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.
y ee chain & c
Corner Bethel and King Streets
Y? 1 1 r" .TJgCi-i
COYNE FURNITURE COMPANY
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
donez , 3.75
G4 in. Damask, fto quality, regular 75c; Sale
Price 50c ward
rfat i j1 vi
Thai's ihelnilial Payment
When vou 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.
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 STYLES
25 PER CENT. OFF ALL MEN'S SUITS'. This means that you can have a Christmas Suit at a'
very low figure. ' .
A TOLL LINE OF SWISS CURTAIN SCRIM ,
CLAUS wil1 be in .attendance
every evening until
Have Santa deliver the Toys on Xmas
A RIVAL TO THE
It Turns By Hand And
-The Ailvcitlscr, wlilcli for fo
IriiiK n tlniu Ii.it posiM nn Ilia "morn
hiK cirBan," sliuuM look well to Hs
Inuri'U. A rival threatens to In
vnile what lias hcietufoic been con-t-lilcn.il
a. vliglii field of endeavor.
The, nolo owner of n full-IU'tlBVil,
copper-rlu'leil noise producer In the
presence of a linnd orgnn, la desir
ous of casting Ilia lot with the city
nnil county of. Honolulu nnil Inci
dentally nilil to the gaiety of the
rainy season liy the distribution of
mnclilnu-made canticle nnil lyric.
The hmiil orsnn hna long since
licun u lecoKntzcd fmtor In musical
circles of IC.iliutui7.oo, KnuUnKeo or
lllrd Center, IIIIiioIh. Over hero In
thu Paradise of the l'nclfle, whero
one la supposed to bo happy nil the
time and live In pence with n fellow
man, frolicsome humanity lian sort
of worried aUmi? with the amusing
efforta of the morning p.iper In Its
attempts to run the police dcp.til-
ment or Its futile efforts to convince
n thoughtful public Hint I lie Amerl
un ling Is "sIubIi."
The threatened Infliction hulls
from New Zealand. The mnn re
sponsible for putting hla aspirations
upon paper hna foiwnidvd t ho com
munication to one of the govern
menial dcpaitmcntH, nml It was ie
celceil In the mall which nrrhed
jcstenluy hy the Aornngl. Notwith
Hlnndlng the sixty odd jenrs that the
wilier claims to have encumbered
the earth, he tins not repented the
error of his way but Hint he would
much llku to try the persuasive elo
iliietite of hand orgun melody upon
the unsophisticated of Honolulu,
lie states In his communication that
lie has been n sutfeier for years
fiiiin (rumps, hut does not stnte Just
what effect lesoiul.int chorda ground
out from the barrel oigan would
have upon thu innocent public or
this fnlr city. Tho letter la quite
rou dicing and speaks for Itself.
The applicant willcs:
The undersigned, who wns
naturalized ut San Kmuclsco, Cali
fornia, in 1878, and served and was
honorably discharged from tho U, S.
.Marine Corps at Mare Island, year
1S80, on uccount of 111 health, nnd
THE HOME FOR
your TABLE DAMASK and LACE CURTAINS
56 in. Damask, reR. G5c; Sale Price
70 in. Damask, unbleached, worth $1.50;
ing the sale, he yard . ,
$1.50 value, the dozen . , . . '.
1.75 value, the dazsn
2.00 value,. the dozen
who left America In 1390 nnd trav
eled about on Ini6lnc.sn In Mexico,
Kntttt, A,,inrl,n tlHrniiit Mmttlt Afri
ca, Tnsmnnln, Australia nnd New
Zenlnnd duilng the yenrs '18!0-09,
nnd who la eking out n living ns on
orgniigrlndcr, nnd who would like to
reside, nt Hunolulit, to grind an or
gnn for h HWng If there Is no objec
tion, or do some other honest lively
hood If It, pa)s belter and us" he has
not resided within the sphere of the
U. 3. since 1890 nnd as the new law
expatriates naturalized citizens rif
the II. S., who stayed away over 5
years, "and as I am CO (no longer
jnung) anjl troubled off and on wltn
ihcunintlrs.and cramps and the cold
weather In New Zealand not agree
ing wllh me, I would like to go to
Honolulu, etc, I would like to know
If I would he nllowcd to land and re
uldo at Honolulu or elsewhere with
in the U. S.,Henlins where It does
not freeze desires Information
whether aged people who formerly
tesided In America and who eko out
n llvlifg by playing a music box In
the streets, desires to know whether
he would be allowed to land at Ho
nolulu and play the organ on tho
streets, nnd during whnt hours al
lowed to play outdoors, nnd whether
one must have n permit or a license
for playing an organ, and what tho
permit or license costs. I have suf
ficient means to support myself
when 111, If you do not know, please
Inquire and advise me when you arc
Whnt Is the population of Hono
lulu nnd other towns In Haway?
The National Grocery company, one
of tho largest grocery companies on
the mainland, may establish one. of
their "houses In Hawaii in the near fu
til re As. an initial step towards do
ing bo, D. K. Dunbar, the special rep
resentative of this grocery companj,
bos' been, In Honolulu during the past
week and while hero appointed a local
man as permanent agent for Hawaii.
According to the agent, tbo National
Grocery Company hopes to build up A
large patronage hero nnd in case they
do will secure a In ding for the stor
age nnd display of thu company'
An extensive advertising camnnlgi
will soon .bo started In ordor to famil
iarize local people wllh tho goods
handled by thu company.
Mr. Dunbar, with his wlfo, who ac
compaillctl'.lilm here, departed lasc
night I'J" 'the Aorangl for Seattle.
185 tdltorlsl rooms 250 busl
nets 0fflc4. Then art the telephone
mimher f' fc AitlUtln nfflen.
CHENILLE PORTIERES, $'J.OO VALUE, FOR $3.00
More Modern Steamer
A larger nnd much moie modem
liner will bu substituted on tho
Sydney-Suvn-Honolulu . Victoria run
by the Canadian-Australian Steam-
The old tellable Aornngl, which
has been making regular visits to
Honolulu for a dozen years or more,
is to be taken off the present run
with the completion or this trip.
The officers of that vessel were
unable to stnte yesterday Just what
liner has been selected to take the
place ot the Aorangl.
It is believed that the new vessel
wilt bo one of several crack liners
now being operated by the Union
Steamship Company ot Australia.
This line and the Canndtnn-Austral-Ian
Company are more or less close
ly allied In their passenger nnd
freight tratlc agreements.
It is understood that the vessel
will be In many Instances similar In
vecommodation nnd equipment ns
(he stcaniers Makurn and Maramn
now operating between tho Com
monwealth and Canada.
Tho oftlcors connected wllh the
Aorangl are well lilted by the trav
eling puljllc and the shipping peo
ple of Honolulu with whom they
come In fiequcnt contact. Whether
Commander .1. D. S. Phillips and his
efficient and obliging staff will be
trnnsfcricd to the new liner no one
on hoard the Aorangl was prepared
to state positively.
Tlie Aorangl arrived from Sydney,
L'rlshune by the way of Suvn yestcr
dny afternoon with six passengers
und quite an extensive cargo. Thero
was a quantity of refrigerated pro
Wslons for Honolulu, Including COO
carcasses of 'mutton, consignments
of whisky nnd liquors, 1,403 sacks of
iimonla, 70S legs lamb, ISO cases of
butter and sundries.
Purser Coxnll reports n flno trip
tip from Australia Tho vessel car
ried one hundred nnd flvo through
(passengers fin .the various classes.
Owing to the cxtonsivc shipments or
told storage meats the steamer fail
ed to leave at 9 o'clock last night
as advertised, arid It wns nftcr mid
night beforo tho lines were cust off
at lltshop wharf nnd the steamer
Sale Price, the pair
Sale Price, the pair
Sale Price, the pair
Sale Price, the pair
Sale Price, the pair
Sale(Price, the pair
Sale Price, .the pair
L. B. Kerr &' Co., Ltd.,
proceeded to Victoria.
A doz-jit iMibciiRcni were taken on
ut Honolulu. A few tuns ot general
rnrgo was also forwarded. '
MIXED GASES AT
Judge Andrr.du'pieflded at t'io P
lice Comt this nioiiilim in I A M
lliown ncted as iirr'.m'm attorney.
The case agalin't I.e.". l-ini wh ) was
charged wllh rellltig iipiimi was fin
ished In f hort on'iv it ,i flno 'of $V
und $1.20 costs 'li'Ni'vil
K. Itemllllaid, wl i was nncBlod
yesterday on a r:iDi of assault and
battery, was illtcl.il jm!, nuiim to the
fact that tho prosecuting witness
would not testify against tho accused.
Time after time this sort of thing oc
curs, undJudge Audrudu Is getting
very tired of that sort of work.
The six gamblers who were a re rul
ed yesterday afternoon nt thu pine
npplo cannery, were up beforo the
bench, and nvo or them were round
guilty and fined seven dollars each;
the sixth man was acquitted, ns he
claimed that he was working at the
tlnio of the raid, and that he was not
piesentat the game;
John Wing,, who wns charged with
Felling malt extract, was defended by
Attorney Strauss, who advised his ell;
cnt to plead guilty. Wing did so and
Judge Andrado, on the suggestion of
Inspector Kenneil, passed a suspend
ed sentence of thirteen montliB.
A quartet of Illicit lovers who wctc
apprehended nt a notorious JnpanoEo
hotel last night, faced the music this
morning at thn police, station. The
two male defendants wero soldiers
from iA'llchua, and tho other parties
werq tho laving spouses or other men.
Judge. Andrado sentenced Mary Wil
liams to threo months at tho Ascli
hotel, and handed rs. Oouvela a $30
flno with costs. The two cavalrymen
got off wllh suspended sentences of
Two young men who hnvo been ie.
mnnded from time to ttmo on a charge
or robbing a Chinaman nt Kallhi, ap
peared onco more this morning. One
of them. Thomas Richards, was com
milled to tho Circuit Court, find the
other, Antone Phillips, was dis
charged, there not being sufficient ev.
idenco ngnlnst him.
JASON ANDRADE WITH
Jnson Andrado. for many years uno
ot the popular clerks of the clothing
establishment ot M. Mclnsruy, tins
Joined Iho stnff or Sllvn's liigsnr.
the up to-dnte nnd nggrcsslvo King
ttreet haberdashery. Mr. Andrado
has a wide circle, ot friends who v, 1 1 1
be pleased lo note his coiilli,ii.- :
cess and all of whom ho wllj bo
pleased to meet nt his new placo ol
at Bargain Prices
In Several New Designs
$2.50 value, Sale Price,
2.75 value, Sale Price,
3.00 value, Sale Price,
3.50 value, Sale Price,
3.75 value, Sale Price,
6.50 value, Sale Price,
ART DENIMS, BURLAP AND
i ii t'-it "
Nothing more ltylirtli and appro
priate for an Xnms (lift than n
Silver Mesh Bag
We have one of the largest nnil
mo3t varied assortments in the town,
All the way from
SI 50 up
113 Hotel St.
Mnnv ftm for fttirittmn tflivfnn. '
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
Alexander Young Bldtr.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
IMITATION WHISKY TAPE
Bulletin Business Office Phone 258.
"ilUtw Krtitnnal Room Phona 185.
. 2.70 ,
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