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EVENING IlUM.ETlN,J!ONOMJL,t T. H TUKSnAV, DEC U. 1000.
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The Market Home
Of Christmas Gifts
A selection of thoice articles for CHRISTMAS GIFTS
have been secured here in expectation of the Holiday de
mand. TOILET ARTICLES priced to suit the nurse of every
buyer are the finest gifts offered, ns they are put up in
cases made especially for the occasion.
The TOYS take Time to see, but you will find more
novelties in our stock than anywhere in town.
' SHOE1? make a sensible cift for n member of your
family, and you will find our qualities and styles equal to
the demands of every buyer. Visit this store before you
complete your .buying.
WAH YING CHONG CO., .
King SU Ewa Fish Market.
This Shows What Our Customers Think!
Repeat orders have come in from every first customer wc have had
for wood and ccal. It is the best indication of our customers' satisfac
tion. If you send us your order we will guarantee you satisfaction and
endeavor to make you a regular customer by Riving full measure, Jbjk.
quality and the lowest prices.
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co.,
Office Fort St., Below Icretania. Phone 281
The Up-To-Date Christmas Present
Largest Assortment and Lowest Prices at
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FoH and Queen.
Airship Follows Trail of
- The Setting
A modern and properly equipped
nlr jilitp pamed Honolulu today mut
dfd not Inrry long, but followed tlio
trail of the netting ami. It Is ex
pected to nllnht upon tlio rocky nnd
precipitous Hlopes of tlio IhIiiiuI of
Hongkong liofore many days.
The, aerial craft Is wifely etmoona
ed within tlio hold of the Pacific
Mall liner Aula, which arrived fiom
San KrniiclRCo this inornlnR. Mcnsr9.
Ivy Ilaldwln and Jntnoa W. Slsk are
taking the fljlug machlno to the l'ar
Bust on u Hpeculatlon, It 1st llielr
Intention to exhibit the craft tlur-
lug the big eainlvnl to be held lit
Manila, I'hlllpplno Inlands, during
the early part of February.
The machine is pronounced ny
those who piofcsi to know tin one
tliST In built on lines of praetleablll
ty uml la capable of soaring Into
the ether at Uoiid-crnilng alti
The Asia dicw'up nt tho Oceanic
wharf early this morning, bringing
lour lay-oor p:inM.'tiKorB, but no car
r.o, as she is n llritlsh esel. The
I'liclllc Mall liner came down In n
little under six days nnd brftught
uuvrrul lniiidii'd Hacks of mnil for,
llonohilii. " The vessel is making
only a Khoit stay nt the poit and is
expeeted to get uway for Jap.m ports
and Hongkong ports nt four o'clock
this afternoon. From Honolulu
lliura will join the ship four cabin
passengers and some forty Asiatics.
Through passengers Includo 77
cabin nnd 2G0 Asiatics In tho steer
age. Her through cargo Is made up
of wine, wool, speclo and general
merchandise, to the amount of sev
eral thousand tons.
Mr. and Mrs. A. .J, llelcrsdorf will
icmaln In Honolulu, for, mine
Tliev aro from .Clileiiaii nnil
making a tour o'fUhe World j'
llrown, ii through passerlgdr, ha
Just reccUcdn large nnd pietentious
decoration presented by the Italian
Is the Far Kastcrn rcpiexeutntlve for
the Ihltlsh-Amorlean Tobacco- Com
pany, which fairly covers tho Orient
ns u blanket with tobacco nnd clg
nrcrc.i i a
llrown guards his stove lid medal-
Ion with Jealous cafe, and but few
of the ii.iu&tMi iiura on board tho Asia
lmo been peiinllled tn gaze upon
Its splendor. Two Japanese, T.
Oihlma and K. Toyoda, well known
in Yokahnmn business circles, nro
returning from tho United Stnles,
bringing two Ameilcnn girls ns
their respective brides.
Captain V. S. Nelson of tho unit
ed States mty piocccds to Kobe,
Japan, there to Join his command
on ono of the essels of the Asiatic
Theio Is but one uhnnge to record
among the obliging staff of officers
who look nfter the welfare of trav
elers on the Asia. That Is tho re
tirement of Dr. Thompson, who ha
been superceded by Dr. (lutes. Tho
latter Is well known to Honolulu
people, ns he once was a member of
Hie staff of tlio Coptic In the old
Captain Oaukroger nnd Purser
Horn oie going to give their pas
sengers n tine, time on 'Christmas.
The best that tho mainland markets
nfford will he none too good for tho
travelers. The cssel will probably
meet with the Hamburg-American
I.lno steamer Cleveland with her
large party of Clarke's tourists nt
Koliu on the outward trip.
I'o Sung, a Chinese, was this morn
ing fined $12," and costs by J.irtg" An
drndo nt the l'rllco Court, 'flip Cm
Vlcllnn nroso out of an urmiiII on an
other Chinese named Ah Tun It ap
pears that the defendant had bion in
tho habit of utlng water from n illtcli
that did not belong to hint nnd, ns the
complainant had remonstrated with
him, tho matter ended by I'o Sung hit
ting Ah Tung on tho head with n four
foot Kcawo stlck.Jin
I'o Sung Iri allerjeijjlo have beaten
Ah Tung bo badly that tho latter Iwd
to be confined In tho hospital for some
weeks. To make thu olfciiRO wnrso I'o
Sung Is nllegcd to hnve procured a
sack somewhere and, nfter putting
tome eggs in It, proceeded to the Co
llect station with tho Intention of charg
ing tho man h.'had assaulted with heft
C. F. Chllllngworth appeared for
the defense and W, T. Rawlins assist-.
il the prosecution. Upon the convic
tion being announced Attorney Clill
llhgworth noted nn appeal.
STUDENTS IN UNIVERSITY
HOLD MOCK DUEL
I WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd
POLICE COURT NOTES
Although there weio only a few
cases on the police court calendar tills
morning, much time was occupied with
them, A. C. Mcdclros, tho "I'eeping
Tom" who paid n lnlt In a'bnlh room,
in which a well known man w.-ut ills,-
loriing himself, was sentenced to thir
ty days In J.ill by Judge Andrade, who
vtlilcntly did not' believe MVdelros
statement about looking for a doctor.
C. F. ChlllP'gworth, who appealed
for tho defendant, noted an appeal
Irom tho Judgment, and Medelios wih
havo another run for his money.
Joe Souzn, another I'oituguesp youth
who wns up under tho vug act, was
given frco hoard and lodging for n
moon. It nppcnrs that Joseph was In-J
vncd uy a friend to slmro his room for
a row days, and that ho repaid the
kindness, by uctlng n way that cls-
Our Stock of
turbed tho loomors on the. floor lieimv
wcok,ShIiri. .ii' rkv Cy ;,
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iJ.UI, rnese n'anied'AsaruniKlWifc'ntitteVr.
rf i"' .. ..' . .ii .'w.lir..f ,;,.'!). .
'proved that liohaif'wt'iked on'fflo In
ter-lsland boats for some time, nnd
that he was In ii(uiCFlnn of somo tiilr-
dlschaiged lliu acenpod ns there was
no caso against hlnC
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t-lft llaliln r,n..t.
Nephew of Forrtl.r Vice-President
Fairbanks One of the Prncipals
Even the Chosen Seconds were
DKCATUR, III. A student In Mll
llkcn University, VIllain De Forest
Fairbanks, nepliew of former Vice-
1'restdcnt Fairbanks, engaged In J
mock pistol duel with Kdgar Stevens,
another student, whose parents livo
In Alton. That rtie affulr was a fake-
was not known to the seconds and
the city was stirred n't tlio report of
u rami rnnibiit.
Fairbanks and Stevens became es
tranged in nn argument over calling
sn a high school girl. They ap
pointed seconds who arranged they
should meet In Fnlrvlew park at
sundown and fire from twenty paces.
in the meantime the prospect of
becoming punctured by n bullet
wasn't enticing nnd tho principals
met, amicably settled their differ
ences, and decided to stage a sham
duel in place of that first dccldd.
Tlielr seconds 'resorted to every
dnn'. tijiprevoiTt 'tho expected blood
shed. With .'t'eary (a their eyes they
wujehed ,thclr, mutual friends shoot
ut'eacVothcrTito principals flrcd
In tho air. When they recovered
fiom their amazement, the seconds
nr:n singing, "Kvery Day'ls iJadTcs'
Day Wltlr Me.'-'
'The 'news iof tho duel had spread
tilth1 tho-clty and exciting rumors
were levorywhcro until the nltrny
wiis' explained. . ( i ,
is still compkec, including the ever
popular "Dorothy Dainty" Sets
of hair bows or hair bows and sash to
match, in pretty fancy boxes.
Fine quality Plain TAFFETA
.RIBBON, 4 1-2 in. wide, -
Special at - -. - "D C
FINE FANCY WOVEN RIBB6N
6 i-2 inch wide, tr rA
Special at - " ' - 5 V
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If You Don't Know
That onr lodu are the best to be had in thn city, it
it because yon have never tried them. A trial case will
convince yon that in the manufacture of soda water we
are in class bv ourselvBsiKjl JuV S f
Consolidated SoiateVWorKs Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHLIEFF'MamiKer: -Ttslephone 71. I
Weekly Bulletin $1 ler Year
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from the other Islands and Townspeople should not deny themselves the pleasure of calling;
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CHRISTMAS SUIT I
Made by us
at Kerr's, Honolulu's greatest department store. 1; :T" '--'ntt,
OUR TOY DEPARTMENT IS ONE OF THE SIGHTS wdlH'SBEINQ:
Here we have thousands of Toys ranging in price from 5c to $:25.00 and an assortment
that cannot be duplicated in Honolulu.
SANTA CLAUS CONTEST " '" . ;
for the BIG DOLL and the FRENCH MOBILE is getting very keen and if you do not want
the votes for your own child save them as you are sure to be asked for them. Vote early
and often. See list in window.
Honolulu's Ideal Store for, Men
Wishes to lay special emphasis on its splendid'exhibit of mefi's suits sell
incr from $9.00 to $60,00 each, made of the very best material and in
the latest shades and styles, such as Rrey overplaids, shadow and self
stripes, and plain effects; also several shades of green and brown. Every
suit splendidly lined and hand finished by experts. '
Ladies Lace Coats and Waists
From AMERICA'S foremost makers at prices that take the ECONOMY
SEEKERS bv surnrise. Rain Coats, Skirts, Waist3, Full Suits a t-prices
never equaled in Honolulu before. '
100 SKIRTS FROM ONE OF AMERICA'S ' LEADING MAKERS.
No two alike. Price from $5.00 to 520.00 each. ' ,",.'
You need a new and stylish pair of shoes for Christmas, and we v
have them in the largest and best assortment in the city and at any 1'
price you may desire.
Come and hear the music and see Santa Claus dance at 7 o'clock s
tonight. ' V
L. B. KERR & CO., LTD.
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