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BVaWINQ mnXBTlM. HONOMTLTJ, T. H., FRIDAY. DEC. 17, 180J.
Woven Win Mattresses repaired tt
'the Factory Honolulu Wlra Bad
Co., 1260 Alapal St. Telephone
Piano taught in 6 mo, 3 month (8
lessons). Special attention (o
adult gcglnners. Musi?, llulletln
185 dltorlT room 256 Dutl
net office. Theee re the telephone
wiimhers of h Bulletin office.
A Christmas Box
Of Fine Writing Paper
The moit pleasing Rift. Fancy boxei containing pa
rr and envelon'a of the heit omHei. ITiefnl unA heanti.
ful. Suitable for friends or
.now on display. M .
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.,
Alexander .Young Bldg. ,. , ,-, Bishop 8treet."
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FOR CHRISTMAS .DINNER WILL ABOUT FILL THE
WANTS OF THE PARTICULAR MAN. IF flE d6ES"
NOT CARE FOR THAT FOWL GET A TURKEY. EITHER
WILL MAKE HIM HAPPY.
WILLIAM F. HEILBRON, Proprietor. Telephone. 49.
Leaving on the 17th, will be in time for New Year.
Your friends would appreciate a case of island preserves.
.Mrs. Kearns packs any sized case. OrJer early.
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HIGH-CLASS PAPIB-HANGINO. DECORATING,
AND GENERAL PAIXTIXa.
HUSTACE -PECK COL, LTtl
63 ttUEEN STREET
Estimates given on all kinds of' Draying, Teaming, Road Building,
Firewood, Coal, Walanae Sand" For Bali?
Japanese Employment Association,
Nuuanu and Pausbi SU. Cell up
phone 697 If you want a cook,
good boy or servant. " ,
MARIE KENKY, from San Francis
co. Dramatic Studio. 175 Derc-r-tnuln.
Tee Sins; Kee-Flnmber tad Tinsmith,
Rmlth.Bt. bet. Hotel end" Pauafal.
relatives. These goods' are
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IF YOU CONTEMPLATE BUYING A
WITH A STYLISH MONOOBAM
SO NOT. FAIL TO SEE
OUR LARGE STOCK OF THEM
PHONE 512. 113 HOTEL ST.
YOU WILL HAVE NO
Difficulty in finding what y6u want
here. Our goods please everybody,
and they are sold at low price.
New arrival of Silk Kimonos from
The Algerian Silk Run and the
Egyptian Silver Shawls are worthy
oi your inspection. A visit will be
welcomed. - "
Parisian Art Co.
Great assortment for old and young.
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO., LTD.
Hotel St., Opp. Union.
Shapes, Trimmings and Flowers.
Dunn's Hat Shop
Many Genu for Christmas Giving.
BROWN & LYON CO.. LTD.
Alexander Young Bldg.
Many articles that will make attrac
tive Holiday gifts are on display
Miss Kate Woodard
" 1141 Fort Street.
MRS. J. ROSENBERG
At All Watondealtn.
Agent ror Hawaiian Isianaa,
Cor. FORT tad XJNO Sta Xoaudnla."
Call and see our stock.
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.
Odd Fellows' Bldg. Fort St.
Agents for Islands.
931 Fort St.
-' Honolulu. - -
' CHRISTMAS DINNERS
Get your good things from
7, M. LEVY. A CO.
. uss power;
Boston Bldg. . Fori Street
, MURRIETA EUCALYPTUS
t COMPANY '
. 308'Judd Bids.,, City.
Los Angeles, Call . ,
The Industrial Editioc of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready! for mailing, SO cents at B o 1
If tin office;
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COOPER TELLS OF
Large Amount of Promotion Litera
ture is Jjutnoutea inrougnoui
the Antipodes-Tourists on the
'Tho .volume of Inquiries from poi
son on the mainland who are looking
towards (Hawaii as a place to visit
or-to make a home, continues to In
crease by every mall. An) one who
has any doubt that, the Hawaii Promo
tion Committee Is getting to ho pretty
widely known, could easily be con
vinced of his error tf he would take
the trouble to run through the pile of
letters- reaching us by any mall
steamer. They come from every sec
tion of the mainland,-and from almost
every country In the world, and with
the exception of a very small per c?nt,
come properly addressed, Indicating
that the writers have' In some way,
learned of the existence o' our organi
zation. "During the past vtea'i, we havo re
ceived the usual lot of Inquiries fiom
tourists who arc contemplating spend
ing some time here. We also have
an average lot of requests for Informa
tion concerning real estate, and the
opportunities filtered by Hawaii' for
home making. Besides this class of
Inquiries, wo, are asked for adice re
latlye to coming hero by a nunibor
of teachers, n civil, engineers, a me
chanical engineer, an attorney, a phy
sician, a snw-mfll Pun. an expert
Turkish bath mupioitr, q taxlcab.mdn,
and a printing and pi;cr firm. A firm
of exporters, from Hrltlnh Columbia
also wants Information concernjng the
chances for finding a' market for lltiio
and building materials In the Islands.
"Wo havo an Increasing number .of
Inquiries .from .Australia' audi New
Zealand, showing that Hawaii's fnnio
Is becoming well known In th? Antip
odes. We .litfve definite information
to the effect that half, a dotcn or mora
Iencns with whom we hate been In
correspondency 'will, nrrle hero dur
ing January and February for extend
ed visits. This Is very different from
even so short a tlmo as a j'ear. agio,
when our correspondence from tho
South was confined almost exclusively
to tourists and shipping agencies.
Tho Purser on tho "Mnkura," during
her vlsll here last woq'-t, complained,
thai the supply of folders we had
been. supplying his ship, had become
entirely nadcqunto to rupply the tie-
niacin issue on mm oy nis passengers
Needless to Inform you' that this com
plaint was gladly remedied.
"Dy the 'Mahura,' we also renewed
our supply of printed matter for some
fifteen tlirforcnt ('ourlst bureaus ln
Australia and New Zealand, besides
sending ajarge number of letters and
folders to Individuals who had re
cently written us.
"That The Hawaii Promotion Com
mittee Is well known and has a high
standing In the opinion of similar
organization on the mainland, Is evi
denced by tho following letter from
Mr. Woodworth Clum. Secretary of
the Rochester (N. V.) Chamber of
Commerce, and President of the Na.
tlonal Association of Commercial Kx
ecutlves, written to Mr, Wood:
"Kor five or six ears I havo been
receiving correEondence and Interest
ing data from on. First, when' I was
Secretary at Washington, D. C, next
at Pittsburg, and finally here. Now
it gives me pleasure, as the recently
elected President of the National As
soclntlon of Commercial KxecutlveH
to welcomo jou to. our-fold, and to
say to yuu that while all along I havo
suspected your broad public spirit, I
have now conclusive proof of It In
finding your name as n paid member
of this organization. If jou h any
suggestions I would like to get them
and If at any tlmo there Is any ruinn
or problem concerning which ou
want light, send tho query to mo and
I will put It up to our boys to do the
host they can In answering It."
"We havo. a very kind offer. W. D.
Jingyear, Cashlor and Secrotary of
tho Security Savings Dank, of Los
Angeles, who has pleasant . recplluc:
tlons of a visit, to, Hawaii, to jjisplay
our literature In the newly established
public Information bureau In his bank.
Tills la a unique feature In. banking
business, and according to newspaper
notices, it has been established on an
extensive scale, and Is In charge of
an experienced Secretary. Tho loca
tion and Importance or tho bank;
should make tho new Lureau a very
"Mrs Heudlee, r"nr l.oa Angelos ret
recentatlve. reiwts conditions ex
tremely .encouraging. She Is being
kept extremely, busy and says that tho
tpurlst season this yoar has been con.
tluuous, and the largest In tho history
of the city. Wo shall draw our pro
portion of this crowd, provided they
can find steamship accommodations."
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When you want photographs that
are real likenesses poce for your pic
ture at the M. K .Henry Gallery on
Hotel street opposite the Art Theater.
Enlargement work done. Also print
ing and developing,,
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mm- BUtLerriN aps pav -mm
I work about the
- making of Ivory
The formula is exact
so much of this; so
much of that; so much
of the other.
The materials must be
of a certain standard
the highest. Experienced
chemists analyse them
and see that they are.
&4ioo Per Cent. Pure
A Rare Opportunity
Is offered to buw a few lota on KA
LAKAUA, AVE., opposite MR.
KALAUAOKALANl'S residence, on
easy terms. , $50 cash and $10 per
month. No interest. Prices are
S200, 'S250. and $330. High srrounds.
COME RIGHT NOW and .select
your iot, u tne lots are going fast.
t Apply to
Waity Bldg. ,, 74 S. King St.
P. E. R. Straucfc
Waity Bldg; 74 B. King St.
t! "7'lt ' '?''.
IT TASTES CLEAN
BECAUSE IT IS CLEAX
TjC.pleasant and whole
some. "There's a dif
ference." The Baby
notices it instantly,
THE POND DAIRY.
Made up the latest or any style.
. Harrison Block.
. -. Fortjuid Beretania SU.
To arrive on the Alameda
n HE"NRY MAY 4s CO., LTD.
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REGAL SHOE CO.
King and Bethel,
FOR SALE. AT, ALL BARS
' TELEPHONE 1331
CONTRACTOR, and BUILDER,
pirmnrn r.a pamtvn
"face: Honolulu Painting Co.,' Ml
King St.: P. 0. Box til
WAH CHQNG CO.
DRY GOODS. AMD TAILORING,
Everything absolutely mew aid
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. -- X0TXX ST.
XUAS HD BERRY WREATHS
Mrs. Taylor,- '
Young Bldg. Tel. 33f.
Woman's Exchange '
CALENDARS and LEATHER
BOSTON RESTAURANT. v
i GOOD MEALS FOR S3 JENTS.V .
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Seasoa.
Hotel Street, near Fort
t We want to" see all' our old eu
LEADING HAT CLEANERS.
All Kinds of Hats Cleaned and'
No Acids Used. Work Guaranteed.
FELIX TURR0, Specialist, .
1154 Fort Street. .Odd. Coavent.
Honolulu, T, H,
Calendur Salesman Wanted The
most progressive Art Calendar
Company In the United Stntes.
operating the largest nnd best
equipped plant of Its kind In the
world, want!, a representative In
the Territory of Hawaii. Only a
first-class man who can furnish
unimpeachable references will be
considered. BxclusUe copy
righted ine. Etery subject own
ed" or controlled by the company
Line oho Includes an up-to-date
rcrles of monthly mailing cards
nml blotters. Address nt once
wllh references, Sole Manager,
llio .Gerlach-llarklow Co., Jollet,
111.. V. S. A. 4491-31
Furnished house on the beach.
Must have three or more bed'
rooms and be lu fust-class condi
tion. Uishop Trust Co., Ltd.,
JJethel St. . 4489-tf
Wanted Qlrls. Apply nt Sanitary
Steam Laundry. 4487-tt
Clean wiping rags at tha Bulletla of'
aA.ACa M f ...
a' business mnn nf 10 years' exnerl
, ence In San Francisco and able to
give the highest rererenc.es,
would' like to uct as California
ngeut for n reliable Hawaiian
firm. Address Louis A. Murch,
18th and .Dryaut Sts., San Frah
Cisco, California. ' 448E-Ct
A.oung man desires a position as
assistant In offlco or wholesale
house; good references. Address
W. K. II.. llulletln office. 4487-tf
Japanese Private, Cooking School
Families or hotels supplied with
cook. C. M. Matzle, 14C7 Auld
.. tne. pnona. 1514. . ...
The Austro-Hpngarlan government
makes inquiries regarding -the
whereabouts of a certain Samson or
Samuel Weiss. Hungarian, who left
home thirty years ago. Information
left at the 'Austro-liungarlan Cop.
sulate will be welcome.
Honolulu, December IS, 1909,
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lletween Watklkl and Hackfeld
Wharf, .open-face Elgin watch;
Masonic charm and fob attached.
Howard this office. 4485-31
Homeliest black nnd white fox ter
rler puppy In tho city, neturn to
1701 Maklkl St. and receive re
Two- hatpins and coins In box, on
MaiKlld road. Return to this or
Passbook No. 6S53. Finder please
return to llbhop'a Ibink.
White' bull terrer; young. Owner
can nnu at I'alama Fire Station.
Vt.J. fl. Rayimitd
Alakea St., Mauka Faoillo Club.
. Ofloe Hours From in f 19. r.
2 to 4; from' 7 to 8. '
SUNDAYS 10 TO1 rt,
Tel. Oflce. 890. Residence. 14S0.
"The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
, , Meals At All Hours.
wines, 'liquors; ahU cigars.
w. v. HBflonr, Proprietor.
All VilsAl in rnllej mnA li4ei ,
AMERICAN-HAWAUAN. PAPER &
BUXXLX CQ., LTD.
' - ; 7"
Fort. and llneen Sts. TTnnAlnl,,
Tl. 410. G. Guild. Gen. Man.
the OXLt tabla drink Xannfao-
Arctic SriaJTatff WorKs
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40 H.-P. Winton Automobile. Model
K. Good condition. Apply A. U P.
O. Box 749, Price low, ou easy pay
Fox terrier pups; choice!) bred; well
marked; suitable for Xmus prwent.
F.nqulre W. C. Wee don. P.O. Box CIS.
Homer pligon. pure bred, choice birds.
$1 each, $10 per dozzeli. Konulre W.
C, Weeilon. P. O. Hot OS.
Contents of fern house, "cheap. Call
on Miss Johnson, ForU street,
near Vienna Bakery 4390-tf lh
Plump chickens and suckling pigs
for the holidays nt McClulre's,
Walklkl. Phone 8r,:i. 4493-12t
Handsomely tnnned and mounted
Alaskan grizzly rug. Addree
Orlzz'y, Bulletin .
Furnished front room: $10 par,
month. Small housekeeping
room, suitable for one person; $1
per month, at 1C63 Nuuanu SU
Threo furnished or. unfurnished
housekeeping rooms and two sin
gle renins, near Pawaa Junction,
17S0 King St. 4484-lw
Three unfurnished rooms for house
keeping; single or cu suite. 17&V
King St., Pawaa Junction. .. j
Furnished rooms for working men;
$1 week up. 1281 Fort St.
Two furnished rooms. Apply lira.
v. Mcconoell. .mi Emma. St..
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Cool furnished rooms and cottage,
with or without board. 1C34
Nuuanu Ave., near School at.
i Prices moderate. . 4460-tt
For Health and Beauty'
Come to see them.
i tic. u ivi -.
Cor. Fort and King SU.
Mr and Mrs. Huhlmoiu,
Alla'enU' t .
Quickly " ;
17S BZilETANIA AVI., bwt IMmA
Bath and Electrical Treatmeat .
nTA'Vftf ftXtt 6n
Real Estate Agent. -
137 MERCHANT STREET.
FOR SALE '
. Residence on Beretania St. Kanla..
lani Park Addition lots, KapahuU
lots, and other property. ,
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Com'r. of Deeds for Cslif nnrt t.J
New York'; NOTARY. PUBLKJl
Grant Marrisje" Lioeaawf Drawl
Mprtgage' Deeds, Bills of Salt
CeaietTwills, Eta .Attorney forth
District Courts. 78 MERCHANT ST.
0X0LULU; PHONE 310.