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FA'ENINO P.ULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. FIUDAY, DEC. 10, 1909,
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Light Blue arid Pink .
Teddy Bear Blankets, Possum
Blankets Mother, Goose Blankets
$1.25 Blankets for 95c
See Our Window Display
ining in Popularity
The two handsome dolls now on display in our show
windows wjjl he given away on Christmas morning to the
two children getting the highest number of votes, A
voting cduwm free with every 25c purchase. 'l
Cor. Fort and Berctania Sti,
Opp. Fire Station.
DENOl NCE U.
, .CITY OP MKX1CO, Dec. 9. Plfty of the prominent members of the
Xlcm-agnaii, Salvndoran, Costa Klcun, Homlurnn tupliUuatcinntnn qofo'n
Irs met at ii private residence today and adopted resolutions,! Renounc
ing President Tuft, Secretary of Stale Knox,, and the. Unltcdi States gen
erally for tho action taken by America regarding Nlcurngpu,, , ,.
' Thu resolutions state that the ulsmlrsnl of the N.lcaragiinn minister,
lie letter of deiuinclntlou sent by Secretary Knox, to President Zejayn
and the huiuIIiik of warships ami troops to Nicaragua, was a violation of
the llrst principles of International rights. ' ,., 4
ZELAYX WILL 0.UIT
MANAtlUA, Nicaragua, Dee. 9. It Is authoritatively stated
that President Zulu j a will leslgn within. the next three., weeks.
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HAWAII MAY BE ,
Three Years Course In
Tho dUerslfled nKrlcultiirnl Inter-'
cuts of Hawaii have aroused the
I ecu 'Interest of the, two Philippine
delegates, Senors llenlto l.cgard.i
ninl Manuel Queson, who nix travel
ing from the Pearl of tho Orient to
Washington, 1). C., by the Jupancse
liner Tcnyo Marti. .
One of the greatest drawbacks to
aitvnncemeut In the Philippine Is
lands toduy Is a hick of coucontiated
effort (owaids fostering agriculture.
The shortage of labor, caused by a
general disinclination of the Filipino
to engage In manual labor has pro-1
duced marked effect upon tho rue :
lines of that country.
Jtcsldcnt Commissioners l.egnrda ,
and (Jticson will represent the Phil-)
Ipplncs at Congicss during tliv com
ing sessions. They exnect to remain
away from the Islands for a jcar or'
They are appointees of the Phil
Ippliiu Assembly, tho Infant leglsta-!
live body comprising roiiio eighty
mciuhcis, which began Its labors two
earu ago last October, and at whose
luauguiatlon then 'Secretary of Wur
Taft presided. Kor some years Le
garda has been a member of the
Philippine Commission, and he held
ollle with that Important branch or
the Philippine Legislature at the
llmo Tnft was civil governor of the
Senor Queson flint came Into
piominenca with the opening or the
Phllljiplna Legislature. He was so
Jictcd to make u tour of the various
capltnls of tho world, the members
of, the native) Legislature voting
wiuie 11 ",,000 to defray the ex,pcntes
of the trip. Iloth Queson and Lo
garda are warm friends of President
Taft. It, Is understood that they will
como under the protecting wing of,
the exeoutlve. during their stay at
Washington and innny otherwise
lough places In, the pathway to
wards favorable legislation for thu
Philippines will be made smooth.
The present .commissioners have
evinced considerable Interest In thu
welfurii of the numbers of rillpluo
lr borers who haVn of late migrated
to tho Hawaiian' Islands for the pur
pose of taking up work on the sev
eral sugar plantations.
Tho move Is looked upon as bene
ficial to the Philippines, provided
that the laborers now belli sent to
Hawaii will nsldloiisly apply them
sblves to, their, respective tasks linil
thereby acquire.ns complete a knowl
edge of the cultivation of cane anil
thu iimklng of sugar ns Is possible.
There is a big future in store for
the I''Ulipltifs, in the development
of the sugar. Industry along modern
lines, It Is ollfy u matter of a short
period beforo ample capital will pour
Into tho Islands and tho preparation
of large tracts of laud for ralslilg
fciignr canu will be followed by thu
election of properly equipped mills.
It Is bellevqd that Hawaii will
prove a valuable training school for
Filipinos who came here for a term
of years. In returning to their
I'omes In the far cast, they .will be
well lilted to, take up labor along the
tame lines and at much more lucra
tive remuneration. , .
Krom whnt could bo gleaned Im
proved business, conditions uow pro
vail In the Philippines as a result of
tho passage of the Payne tariff bill.
This measure Is more, popularly
known In the cast as-the, "free trade
bill." Its going Into effect some
months ago has caused ah unprece
dented Impetus to tho tobacco and
cigar Industry ln tho ,'''urraway is
f Continued or f tfg A)
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(10 SING-OUT SALE
Everything' at a Sacrifice!!
HAVINQ DISPOSED OF OUR ENTIRE MERCANTILE BUSINESS AS OF JANUARY 1, 1910, WE ARE MAKINQ A STOCK
TAKING: SALE. -11. " ""''
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COMMENCING MONDAY, DECEMBER 6th
1 , AT 7,0'CL0CK A. M. EVERYTHING CLOSED OUT REGARDLESS OF COST. .,
The newest winter styles in Men's Hats in stiff and
soft hats, we
the new color
We are sell
r..vir .i2jssu- uiMr
have a large
shapes in all
ing these hats
And at this price they are considered the BEST in town ,
Orfico of .the Hoard of Health.
December 8th, 1UUD.
Household Utensils !
'. LIQUORS, TOIlJET ARTICLES, NICKLE PLATED WARE, GLASSWARE, CROCKER Y, AGATEWARE, CIGARS, WINES
J AND CHAMPAGNE, ETC., ETC. '
I; . . 'r
& CO., LTD.,
160 KING STREET.
TENDERS FOR SUPPLIES KALI
HI .RECEIVING STATION. BOYS'
HOME AND KAPIOLANI. GIRLS'
Separnie tenders. In duplicate, for
furnishing, respectively (!) ,l10
Kallhl Itecclvlug Station. C) the
Hoys' Home and (3) tho Kaplolanl
dirls' Home, at Kallhl, .City ami
County of Honolulu, with supplies
required by each of the above-named
institutions during the period of six
mouths from January 1st, 1910, to
Juno -30th, 1910, will be received ut
the office of the Hoard of Health un
til 12 o'clock noon, Tuesday, De
cember 21st, 1909.
Specifications and a list of the
kind and approximate quantity of
supplies required by each, of tho
above-named institutions, and other
Information, may be hnd upon ap
plication at tho office of tho Ilonid
of Health. Tenders to be based
upon tho quantities stated, but thu
Pourd will not bind itself to pur
chase tho whole or any particular
part of the quantities stated, such
quantities being stated merely for,
the convenience of bidders In sub
mitting .their bids.
The .supplies for each of the above
named Institutions must be bid on
separately on forms furnished by
tho Hoard of Health, Kncli tendor
must be endorsee) "Tender foe Kull
li Uecevlng Station," or "Tender
for Hoys' Home,", or "Tender (for
Kaplolanl tllrls' Home," as the case
Ml bids must be submitted In ac-
lordanco with, and he subject to, tho
piovlslotis and requirements of Act
1,2, Session Laws 1909.
TUB IIOAHD OP HRALTH.
lly Its President,-
K. A. MOTT-SMITH.
I4SC Dec. 8, 9, 10. 11, 13. 14. IB.
HI, 17, IS.
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t-Olllco of tho Hoard of Health,
Decembei 8th, 1909.
TENDERS FOR SUPPLIES LEPER
Scaled tenders. In duplicate, on-
'dorsed "Tenders for Supplies Loper
heltlement." for furnishing the Lep
er Settlement, Molokal, with sup-
piles for llio period of six. months
from Jumuiry 1st, lino, ,to Juno
30th, 1910, will bo received at tho
ulllce of the IloariTof Health until
12 o'clock noon, Tuesday, December
Speculations nnd a list nf tho
Kind und aimroxlmate nunntltv of
supplies required, and other Infor
mation may be had upon application
at the olllcu of the lloculd or Ileal til.
Teuduis to bo bated upon the quan
tities stated, hut the Iloaid will not
bind itself to puitluibu the whole
or any p.utlcuhir purt of tho quan
tities, stated, buch quantities being
stated merely for tho convenlenco of
bidders n submitting their bids.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ALL KINDS.
CHURCHES AND SCHOOLS SUPPLIED.
We have n large stock nt low prkes. Imported
French Bon Rons mid Chocclutcs, Mnrslimullows. Etc,
Finest in the world nadc frish every day.
ORDER YOUR CHRISTMAS CANDIES HERE
HOTEL, NE.R UNION STREET.
All bids must btf mado on forms
furnished by tho Iloaid of Health
and must bu sulimllH'd In ncconl.incu
with, mid be subject to, (he piovls
Ions and requliemeuts of Act G2,
Session Laws 1909.
TIIK HOAUI) OK 1IKALTH.
lly its I'resldent,
i:. A. MOTT-SMITH.
14Sfi Dec. S, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, lfll
1, 17, 18. ,
Sealed teiiilers will be received at
the oflice of the Superintendent of
Public Woiks until 12 in. of Satur
day, December II, 1909, for the
consti action of elglit one-story
frame cottages for patients of thu
Leper Hospital, Kallhl, Honolulu.
Plans, specifications mid .proposal
blanks on Ilia In tho olllco ot tho Su
perintendent of Publlu Works.
The light Is icbcrvcd to reject
rny or (ill bids.
Siiperlnlcndont of l'ubllo Works.
Honolulu, November 27, 1909.
1 1 n. ft. of 12 Inch wooden stave pipe,
delivered f. o. b. ship's tackle, Ku
I uliil, Maul.
Specification nnd pioposal lit.inkA
on lllo In thu Dupaitmuut of Public
Thu Superintendent of Public
Works reserve tho right to reject
any or all, bids.
Superintendent of Public Works.
. Dopt. of Public Works, Honolulu,
Nov.- 8, 1909. 4IS2-7t
Sealed tenders will be received by
tho Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 m. of Wednesday, December
IB, 1909, for furnishing tho Depart-
jgient of Public WorkB with 18,0C
Call and sec our slock. 1
BERGSTR0M MUSIC CO., LTD.
Odd Fellows Blilt;. Fort St.
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $23, 7 1 J
Pau Ka liana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
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