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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, December 15, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 6, Image 6',
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULtJ, T. H., WEDNESDAY, DEC. 15, '09
I DAIirilT T( Dl PACE I
The fancy of the Christmas buyer was our thought
when buying for the 1009 Holiday trade. That we caught
the fancy we believe from the daily showing of sntisfac
tlon by our customers.
A late arrival here are some Taney Trimmed Hats.
,, , The Holiday line is as complete as judicious buying
would permit. The toy line is unsurpassed. A fine dis.
play of crass linen.
When marketing come on to our store. We will make
you welcome, even though you do not buy.
WAH Y1NGCH0NG CO.,
King St., Ewa Fish Market.
SAD DLlfll OF
His- Son Was With Him
When Shot Ended
This Shows What Our Customers Think!
Repeat orders have come in from every first customer we have had
for. wood and coal. 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 giving' full measure, best
quality' and the lowest prices.
Honolulu Construction ds Draying Co.,
Office Fort St., Below Beretania. Phone 281
Have You Tried!
Ask Your Grocer For It.
IIII.O, Doe. II. Th Trltmno
glVM the following ilftnll of the
clcnth nt Mr. VrcilcnlicrR:
Wllniott L. VrcilriilicrR, tlio innn
nccr of the W'nlltl section nt the
Pnrkcr rnnch, wns Mint niicl killed
liy accident while luintlni; Inst Sun
Tho Tribune Is Indebted to Chea
ter Doyle for the details nf tho nf-
fnlr, which he learned while staying
Vredcnbcrc wont nut huntlnR Inst
hund.iy morning, being accompanied
by Ills Kon. Iloth rode horseback.
Vredenberg shot a pig. anil, placing
lila revolver In his pocket, he dc-
Kcrnded Irom his horso In older In
despatch the wounded nnlmnl. The
revolver fell from his pocket. It
was discharged In striking tho
Ground, and the bullet pnssed
through the unfortunnto man's
He fell to the ground, and saylns
to his son "I am make, 1 nm mnkc,"
he expired on the spot. This hap
pened about three mlleg from Vrcd
Vredenberg hnil been In the Ha
waiian Inlands for many years. He
bnd an exceedingly large circle of
friends all over the grnup, as ho was
a n exceedingly pleasant nnd ac
complished man, i was very
practical, and added to this had an
unusual musical talent, one.' of his
performances which secured him
much local fame being his ability
to piny tho cornet nnd accompany
himself on the piano.
Vredenberg spent most of his llfo
In Hawaii In the South Kolmla dis
trict. Ho wns first the principal of
tho public school at W'nlmca. 'Later
on ho went Into the chlrkcn busi
ness, and when the I'uako pinntatpn
waa sturted he became IIb manager.
He then started In the automobile)
lrnnsHirtntion business, with Wal-
men as his headquarters, and finally
accepted a position as manager of
the Walkl section nf tho. iPnrkcT
ranch. When tho rnnch began ex
tensive farming in thin section, such
as corn planting and hay raising,
Vredenberg was in charge nf this
I- The decensed leaves' a wife " and
sight children, who have, tho sym
I pathy of the largo clrclo of frlcnili
ind acquaintances, wno, wmi mem,
mourn his loss,
ALL BY ACCIDENT
Wahn, a Hawaiian, who was found
guilty this morning nt thu police sta
tion of assaulting his wife, tried In
make nut that the whole tierformuncu
wbb an "accident." Tho woman who
was nrsaullud wan only his "accident.
al" wlfo and as he had also accident
ally taken homo a bottlo of "flngn
Hod'' there was soon something doing
nil by accident,
vVr.lm'H ntllulty snld that her blokoi
hnd thrown her down on tho floor and
then had bitten her on tho back. Tho
defendant denied throwing tho woman
down; snld she fell because she was
Intoxicated; couldn't account for teeth
marks except that perhaps through ac
cident ho had bitten her when ho at
tempted to kiss her,
Tho affinity exhibited a finger and
thumb which looked as It they had
Lccn caught In' n steel trap; she
claimed that Waha nearly chewed tho
digits off. Defendant sworn that ho
was asleep on the floor and that the
complalnaut had fallen over him nnd
thrust her Angers Into his mouth by
Judge Andrado listened to all tho
"accident" stories and then decided
accidentally to send Wiilia over In
Asch's hotel for a four months sojourn.
Costs In tho case liavo also to be paid
by tho man of accidents, nnd ho was
advised to bo very careful when be
came out of Jail as ho might bo acci
dentally arrested agntn.
A CHOIR LEADER
Ttllt I few rerun KM Him All
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd
Our Stock ot
' in. ii.
NEW CHIEF MAKES
- FIRST ARREST
Chief McDufflo has mado his first
important arrest and It wna In connec
tion with tho first case ho hail woikcd
on, Aukal Kalll Is now In custody at
tho nollcn Rtntltni on n chnrizc.'ln which
ho has pleaded guilty, of breaking Into
and robhlag tho Walnnno snjnbn.
It nppcnrs that on Monday uvenlug
after thq:irnprlctor (mil kicked up lor
(no night; someone got, nHpua to tho
liquor department and cleaned up nil
tho beer, wlno and whiskey that was
on tho shelves.
Deputy, Slier Iff (llllllnml was in
formed of tho mutter and McDum wna
also..put onto tho Joh'-by Sberirf Jnr
relt. v,,Ifroiii IjiformatKin reeclvt-d V
was decided Unit Aukal hnd mit.m'Miig
to do wlthtYl'rVynntrt'r, airl he wan
watched The siK(p'erted man w.in cvl-
Another Triumph in Canada.
'A Relief, to Breathe Frooly Once
MB. O. Vf. M.MITIN, Hartford,
Ont., choir trader l Ht. Paol
Kplscnpsl church, writesi
rerun Is a wonderful remedy for
"I hve been trouhlnt with catarrh
for a great many years, and always try
ing something for It, but waa able only
to arrura .temporary relief until luted
"Only five bottles rid my system ol
all tracea of catarrh, and I have Bit
noticed the slightest trouble for several
"My head was stopped tip, my breath
offensive, and Ills a relief to be able to
breathe freely once more."
The following wholesale druggist
s will supply the retail trade: BEN
SON, SMITH & CO., Honolulu, Ha
deiitly getting liquor aomewheru na ho
and n few frlcnda were drunk iie.nl
all tho time.
McDuhlo nnd filmland. nrr'ed n-
kal and, as hu broke down and Inid
ever) thing, tho balance of' tho unecn
sunied Imozo was recovered. A wit.
nesH. I.nmuka Hnnpy, Is nlso hi-'d to
glvo evidence In the case.
is still complete, including theevcr
popular. "Dorothy Dainty" Sets
of hair hows or hair bows and sash to
match, in pretty fancy boxes.
Fine quality Plain TAFFETA
RIBBON, 4 1-2 in. wide, Cfc
Special at - - - Pu
FINE FANCY WOVEN RIBBON
6 1-2 , inch wide, p. rr
Special at - . - 3UC J Ll
If You Don't Know
That our sodas are the best to be had in the city, it
is because you have never tried them. A trial caso will
convince you that In the manufacture of soda water we
are in class bv ourselves.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN 8CRTIEFF, Manager.' Telephone 71.
Weekly Bulletin 81 Per Year
New and Stylish
-1 -.. .
Have Your. .
Made by us
from the other Islands and Townspeople should not deny themselves the pleasure of calling:
at Kerr's, Honolulu's greatest department store.
OUR TOY DEPARTMENT IS ONE OF THE SIGHTS WORTH SEEING. : ,.
Here we have thousands of Toys .ranging in price from 5c to $25.00 and an assortment
that cannot be duplicated in Honolulu. ",- -"'fv
SANTA CLAUS CONTEST '
for the BIG DOLL and the FRENCH MOBILE Js getting very k?en and if you do hot want
the votes for your own child save them as you are sure ta be asked for them. Vote.eafly
arid often. See list in window.
Honolulu's Ideal Store for Men
Wishes to lay special emphasis on its splendid exhibit of men's suits sell
inp from $9.00 to $60.00 each, made of the very best material and in
the latest shades and styles, such as Rrey orerplaids, shadow and elf
stripes, and plain effeots also several shades of frreen 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 surprise. Rain Coats, Skirts, Waists, Full Suits at prices
never equaled in Honolulu before.
100 SKIRTS FROM ONE OF AMERICA'S LEADING MAKERS.
No two alike. Price from $5.00 to $20.00 each. .
You need a new and stylish pair of shoes for Christmas, and wc
have them in the largest and best assortment in the city and at any
price you may desire, n 4, -- '"'
i Come and hear the musie and see Santa Claus dance1' '"at "VT o'clock
eht. ' ' . v '"' ,. '.
, STUDS AND '
L. B. KERR & CO.. LTD.
SOLID GOLD .
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