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EVENING mil.lXTIN. ItONrJl.UMJ, T. 11.. SATURDAY. DEC. 11. 1909.
The Market Home
Of Christmas Gifts
A selection of choice articles for CHTUSTMAS OIFTS
have been secured hero in expettntion of the Holiday de
mand. TOILET ARTICLES priced to suit the mine of every
buyer arc the finest jrtts olercd. ns they are put up in
cases made especially for the occasion.
The TOYS take Hire to see, but you will find more
novelties in our stock than anywhere in town.
SHOES make a sensible Rift for a member of your
family, and you will find oar qualities and styles equal to
the demands of every buyer. Visit this store before you
complete your buying.
WAN Y1NG CHONG CO.,
King St., Ewa Fish Market.
IN THE LIBRARY
Loial Institution Will Form Nacleus
cf the Carnegie Library, for
Which $100,000 Has Been
Ito Up-To-Date Christmas Present
Largest Assortment and Lowest Prices at
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd:,
Fort and Queen.
We Give You Greater Satisfaction
Our wood and coal customers always send in repeat orders in due
time. That's because we give them the best wood and coal in the
market and at the lowest prices.
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co.,
Office Fort St., Below Berctania. Phone 281
Honolulu Iiiih iimmiii to bo piimd ot
her l.lbi nry. It In not only wull
quipped fioin a liooK-lDVcr'a point
of tlew, bill unlet "'"1 ictful pliuo
wlicio one luny ntuily to his hciirl'H
(ontciit. It In, however, nut n 1'icn
l'nbllc l.llirnry In the Bcnie thnt 1119
uiil tailors IliniRllic It to be, but nil
Institution Hint has been anil xtlll Ih,
wipportcd by pilviito milmetlptton. It
In known tin (he Honolulu t.lbnuy
mill Hriulli'K Hooin AhhocIiUIoii.
It l thin miRlily up-tn-dato an one
run ic.iillly nee upon entering lta poi-
t U. The Rl.elvca nro filled with
Mime tn.onil NoHiincM eoniprlsltiR ev
ery Kiihjrct. There mo HO iiiunn
zltu's ami periodical, AmcrU'.m and
Fo. elfin. In the rofcrencn nml rend
ing ilcpnrtnient, which Hie public
huve free laeena to. The l.llirnry
him mi nilutt membership of 30, mill
a children' department where BOO
JiitcnlleH take plcmiiirc In lending
the hook plureil nt their dlKponal.
I'nplls from the lllfih School, Cen
tral nmiuliinjr nml the Normal School
lire allowed to tnt.o IiooKh without
Hinrge. The books most commonly
nuked for by these young people lire:
Kliifi Aitliur'H Legend. Knl'y tnles,
iiulmal xtorlrn, poetry, Inn el mid
Htorleti of ndvciitiiie. The older nil-
iilM usually link for college, mill nth-
Idle xtorlct! mid the lilogruplileB of
iioled men ami women.
The charter In Incorporation wim
filed on April 30, 1X79. In the oflltc
of the lion, Samuel (1. Wilder, the
then Minister of the Interior. There,
mo tlueo Ktnudlng committed), viz;
the Literary Committee; tllo Admin
istration Com in I (tec, mid the Audit-
liiK Coninilltic. Thene ro5iwctlvcl7
KLlcct mid piocuro nil IiooKh, import
pci Iodic iiIh uud other literary unite
il.il, hno the tilio of Imlldlngii for
the ukc mid tonteuU of name mid
audit nil receipt)! mid expenditures.
If the appropriation of $100,000,
which Andrew Carnegie conteinplntes
milking to Honolulu for the erection
of a l'nbllc l.lbraiy, Ih accepted by
the City ratlieiH, the present Ahko
clntlou Library will bo alllllatcd with
the now Institution. Thin will bo
mi excellent thing for tho city, an It
will hnvo ii nucleus of some 1C.000
tolmiies, nlroidy Indexed mid cntn
Ingued, to nlnrt with.
At pienunt, oillnldcm denlrlliR to
I ills e bookx fiom tho Association Mb
raiy miint Hint becomo n iiieinberby
nulinerlbliiR to the liy-lnws of the
As' nidation mid pay dues for tlueo
mutillin In ndtiinte, or f.i.00 per nn
iiiim. If a C.uiieglc I'ubllc Library
In built, the Kcticuil public will hnvo
ncies to the booKs free ot chaise.
This will be a boon to many of tho
hiboilng ilann, who would like to
ntudy of mi etenlng but cannot af
ford to pay ueu a nominal sum for
that prlt liege.
NEW FLAG FLIES
AT FORT SHAFTED
RAINY WEATHER PREVENTS
PARADE NEW TRUMPETER
FOR ARMY POST FEW TAK
EN TO HOSPITAL.
FORT SHAFTER BOYS
WILL HOLD MEET.
The follow lug change hao been
iiihiIo In the post calls at Kort Shaltcr
to laky effect Immediately: Parade
ench 1'rldiiy. Ilmt call 4:50 p. in., im
nimbly f o'clock. Tills ban been
rhntiRed from Thurndiiy assembly for
merly lidriig nt thu name tlipo on
Thiirndn)' ihnl It In now on I'rldny.
In tho 'dilitrp arrangement will be
made to linto Hie baud fiom tho city
nttend parade nt Port Shafter. Till
will cause more lsltnrn to nttend an
parndc In enjojed much moro when a
land Ih present to furnish Rood music.
A walk Ih lielng conntriieted by Com
pany O, from the walk In the rear of
Company (1 IbirruckH to the door of
the company ntoic room In thu base
ment. TIiIh will be convenient nn on
8ntinda)H, when the quartern nro po
liced for Inspection, extra trlpH nro
made to, the basement and beltiR no
walk It Ih noinetlmes tery muddy
which cnunen the lepnllro of the floors
In the barrnckn. Quartermaster Ser
geant Marsh, Company (1, Ih nuperln
tending the work,
Private Pliitnincr. Company G, ban
been detailed on nperlal duty caring
for the garden, l'rlvnto Thatcher, who
wan formerly thu gaideiicr of'Company
(1, wan rullcu'd an lip departed on the
transport Thomiui for Han Francisco,
whero ho will attend a four months'
term of school at the school for cooks
nt tho J'rosldlo of Han l'ranclsco.
Tho riirhliig along the loud running
through Knit Shatter In front of thu
ofllrerH (piiilcr. the adinlnlslratlon
biilldliiR Hint thu cninjiany bnrrackn hail
bei'n painted with cement, also tho
Inundations of tho buildings. Thin comes tery dull.
A new pont IhiR was mis' il nt i'ort
Shafter n for daH iirii Thu iimt
flag formerly In mo war loiipieti-ly
woin out, nr It ban bseu '" iii": for
something near torcc mouths, l'it
Bhufter Ih In such a position Hint
itroiig. lueczo In ronnlantu Id'iwltri
A flag being placed twulvj Jnur otc'i
day on a staff that In whoru l!io vluii
Is constantly blowing, dom nt l.il i
very long time. csccla,lj ,i flai, ;i
Intgu an tho one nt the post. Thu ill'
nii'iisloim of this Hug nro Wx2n (ect
and Is thu same nn that used In nil
nrniy postB in pleasant weather. There
lH,n smaller flag to o used In .utoniit
weather, site 8 feet by 4 feat 2 Inches.
The weather at Knit Shafter Is sel
dom stormy ciuiiirIi to iinu thu storm
flag. Tlio largest ring lined nt mili
tary lnints Is the (Inrrlson King the
dimensions of which nro .111x20 fool.
This ling In used only on holidays and
special occasions. .
Thu steps In rear of thu barnckn
occupied by Company (I hnvo been re
painted, the work being done liv lrl
vales Oakley and riiimmcr. Thin Itn
piovcH thu appearance of the barracks
I'rlvntu I'lper, Cuinpiny O, Twen
tieth Infantry, wan admitted to the
1,'inl Hll.lftvr inint honplliil Krldii)
moinlng, n eiy had coin on hln foot
being tho caure. Nothing serious Ifc
entlclpated and no doubt but what he
will bu back to bin duty In a few days.
Private Pliimmcr, Comp-iny CI, 20th
Infantry, has purchased a trumpet and
Is learning tho cbIIh, expecting In' tho
near future to bo nbld to hold tho rank
of musician. Doubtless l'rlvnto I'lum
incr would bo a good man for tho
place and an then.' aio vacancies In
the battalion that h competent man
can scciiio, n good musician Is never
without n trumpet.
rIch nil tho concrete work n now,
clean appearance, which Improves tho
Kvunrnl nppcaranco of thopont. Thin
work In done about onro each month
nml therefore the concrete nut or be-
Private Kovacs, Company II, 20th
Infantry, was admitted to tho lion-,
Cook Uiiinnt Company II, 20th In
fantry. was entered on tho nick list a
few dan ago and Pilvnte Itoss, former
rook In Company It. linn been detnller,
to fill Cook Iminnt'H place Muring his
Kilday afteinoon being soinewhnt
rainy thu uniinl wcnkly parade was
simpcudcd. This In tho third week In
succession thnt parade Iiiih been sus
pended on account of rain.
Grass Is being ilnnlcd ntong the
road In rear of Con.pany 15 and Com
pany Q barracks. Thin will about fin
hih tho planting of grass nt For,
' TOJHE Y.M.U.
It. S. Oault, of llakcr Unlternlly,
Knnn.. who has been nctltcly enringed
In boys' work In Pittsburg and Chica
go, has been asked to como hero In
take charge of thu boys clubs In thin
city nnd tho Hoys' department of thu
local Y. M. C. A. Mr. Oault him ac
cepted nnd will nrrlvo tho latter pert
of this month.
Tho Social Committee or tho Y. M.
C. A, Is busy working on the Now
Yenr'H djnner to bo tendered tho bach
elors. This wltl bo similar to tho din
tier held last yenr.
NotliiiiK more stylish nnd appro
priate for nn Xirtn Gift than a
Silver Mesh Bag
We hnve one of the largest nnd
most varied assortments in the town.
All (he way fiom
SI 50 up
113 Hotel St.
When you wnnt photographs thnt
are rcnl likenesses poso for your pic
turo at tho M. K .Henry Gallery on
Hotel street opposite Ihc Art Theater.
Enlargement work done. Also print
ing nnd developing.
A Rare Opportunity
Is offered to buw a few lots on KA
LAKAUA AVE., opposite MR.
XALAUAOKALANI'S residence, on
easy terms. $50 cash and $10 per
month. No interest. Prices arc
$200. $280 and $350. High RTOundi.
COME RIGHT NOW and select
yonr lot, as the lots are going fast.
Waity Bide. 74 S. King St.
P. E. R. Strauch
Many Gems for Christmas Giving.
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
Alexander Young BIdg.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
IMITATION WHISKY TAPE
74 S. King St.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 258.
RnliMrn editorial Room Phone 185.
Stick Pins and
Cuff Links set with
A few of the articles we have that always make excellent presents :
Sec our LACE COATS now on display and you will s:c something
worth three times tho price asked fcr it.
These coats, along with our LACE WAISTS, with and without JET
ORNAMENTS, arc the very latest of New York's fads.
Here arc a few things our mothers, sisters, sweethearts, wives, and
in fact every girl or woman would be glad to get:
LACE nnd EMBROIDERED HANDKERCHIEFS, LACE and EM
BROIDERED COLLARS, COLOGNE. FANS, BARRATTES, FRONT and
BACK COMBS. PURSES, SHIRT WAISTS and other things which wc
have no room to mention but carry in stock.
AUTOMOBILES, HORNS, DRUMS, FLUTES, WATCHES, FALSE
FACES, ENGINES, BALLS, BOATS, BLOCKS, MARBLES, VEL0CI
PEDES, TOOL CHESTS, SURPRISE BOXES, "IRISH MAILS," HORSES,
HORSE AND CARTS. WAGONS, WHEEL BARROWS, SWORDS, AIR
GUNS, HOBBY HORSES, ELECTRIC CARS, SHIPS,
Don't Forget the Girls
RAIN COATS, RIBBONS, HATS, STOCKINGS, SHOES, COMBS, cto.
Both RUBBER, CELLULOID, CHINA, DRESSED and UNDRESSED,
TEA SETS, TRICYCLES, WATER CANS, "BILLY TOSSOMS," BAA
SHEEP, PUSSY CATS, COOK STOVES, MUSIC BOXES, PAINT BOXES,
DRAWING SLATES, HARPS, FANS. RABBITS, WHEEL CHIMES,
CHRISTMAS BELLS, RATTLES, TREE ORNAMENTS, and bushels of
others too numerous to mention in this space.
2 Beautiful Prizes 2
Given this year bv SANTA GLAUS.
A LARGE DOLL for the girls.
A LARGE FRENCH MOBILE for the boys.
Every 50o purchase entitles you to one vote.
SATNA CLAUS DELIVERS CHRISTMAS MORNING.
MUSIC EVERY NIGHT.
CHRISTMAS is at hand, and now you may as well have n new suit.
Price is no object when you can get a SUIT worth $18.00 for
Wc have the largest assortment of READY-MADE GARMENTS in
the City of Honolulu, and they range in prices from $6.00 to $60.00 a
Our SHIRTS arc innumerable, as arc also our TIES, STICK PINS,
CUFF BUTTONS, HAT BANDS, FANCY VESTS, SUSPENDERS, OAR
TERS, BELTS, HATS, etc.
We arc making a specialty of our SUITS, HATS, SOX and TIES.
An early call will convince you that wc have the best.
Get These for the Boys
SUITS, PANTS, WAISTS, ST0CKINOS, TIES, CAPS, HATS, cto.
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