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Furniture for Christmas
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Hava you thought about ordering
your fowl for the Christmas dinner?
Our market offers you the choice of
Turkey, Chicken or Geese. You will
find the largest number of Live Turkeys
in town here.
Why not order now?
Co Q. Ycc flop & Co.,
King St.. Near Market.
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J. W. Bergstrom & Bros.
t Would appreciate the cift of an
a lb. ?4.oo
0 lb. .., 4 50
710 lb. ,.. 5.00
0 " lb. 6.00
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
The Land Baron Will Be Denounced
by, Aiquith An Appeal to the
Nation Auditors rite When
Statemaa Enters Hall.
LONDON, December 1. The Na
tional Liberal Federation tonight ta
bued a manifesto to the country.
wlildli may be regarded as a party
lolly for the olectloha. It concen
trate ntteulforT'cntlroly on the c6n-
Ultutlonal , struggle between the
Mouse of Lords- and the House of
It sajs: "If tljc present action or
the peers 1b not repudiated swiftly
by the people, rights apd privileges
won so dearly by our forefathers In
Iho great struggles for freedom nre
all surrendered." 1
The manifesto declares th peers'
power of eto must be restricted so
that the Inst word on legislation and
finance will rest with the House ot
Commons. Otherwise no Liberal
Ministry again can assume the res
ponslblltles of office,
"In the fight forced upou us," the
manifesto continues, 'the electors
will Uao tu decide whether they
wish to ro cm themsehes or be goV
.'rned at second hand by a few liun
lrcd hereditary peers, who have
thrown the constitution Into the
melting pc in order to shift the,
burden of taxation from wealthy Inn 1
and liquor Interests to food and the
necessaries of llfo.'
When the Premier entered tho
chamber this afternoon the support
ers of the Government rose and greet
ed him with ringing cheers. Imme-
dltel following the conclusion or
routine business, the Prime Minis
ter took the lloor, and as soon as he
concluded the .House adjourned. In
Introducing Ills resolution tomorrow
Premier Asqulth will go exhaustive
I) Into the question ot the respec
tive privileges ot the House ot Lords
.Hid the House of Commons, and state
In detail 'the Government's Inten-f
lions. He also will fix tho day of
prorogation, which probably will be
Former Premier Ilalfour. leader or
the opposition In tho Commons, will
icply, setting forth the lev that the
new nnd Important departure In pub
lic policy represented by the budget
bill should be submitted to the peo
ple. John Hedmond, head of the
Irish pnrty, and possibly one repre-
sentatlve of the Labor partj will re
ply with speeihcs..
The Cabinet, which had already
determined on 'the policy It would
pursue' In the oyent ot the Lord Laos
donne's amendment being carried,
had an unusually early meeting to
Jnj to confirm Its decision nnd con
sider the wording of the motion
which Premier Asqulth will asU the
House of Commons to adopt. All the
irembers of the Cabinet were present
at the meeting, which excited so
nuch popujar Interest that a great
crowtj gainered in the vinclnlty or
10 Downing street, the official real
Jence of1 the Premier. .
In many respects the Impending
struggle, .will, be the most Interesting
In, the Parliamentary history or
rcuglcnd. Some of tho peers have
deided to take the usual course of
stumping the country ,to explain their
nctlon In voting against tho budget.
Tho Un'onlKfs, although not so well
oqulpped with orators, are determin
ing upon a stern campaign, They
will devote their energies to the ex
position of tariff reform and a de
nunciation of Socialism, toward
which they will claim the budget la
n first step, ,,, .,
We are,, showing the largest line of FtFRNITURE ajid FtMMRE!
NOVELTIES ever brought to Hono'iulii fdf a Christmas sfeasdh.
Make your Christinas cift (0 friends or relatives something which will combine both beauty and utility,
can be attained bv purchasing furniture. ' fc '
Every item in a furniture store would make a good Christmas ;ift,
We show the largest and best line of goods in tho islamn. ,
L Hopp & Co., , 185 King Stmt
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PANAMA RAILWAY ACROSS
ISTHMUS CARRIES TRAFFIC
CLOSING OUT SALE
- No' Reservation
. Everything at a Sacrifice
LIQUOR, TOILET ARTICLES, NICKEL PLATED WARE, GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, A0ATE
WARE, CIGARS, WINES AND CHAMPAGNE, ETC., ETC.
LEWIS & CO., Ltd.
.This is great weather for a (rip to
The meals are fine.
White River Flour
C. 7. DAY and LEWIS & CO.
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $29.
BULLETIN AD3 PAY
" . Wc have just what you are looking for in a nice
Christmrri present for husband, son, or gentlemen friends
in riPE nud CI0AR BOXES, MATCH SAFES, SHAVING
cups, Himton, military brushes, watches, studs,
LINKBUTT0N3, SCARP PINS, RINGS, and a host ef other
m tides. 1 -
J All goods guaranteed as represented. Prices are right.
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NCXT'TO YOUNC1 rJLDU., 176 100 K INQ QTrtET. .. PHO.JE 237.
Tehuantepeq Route Maks Big Show
ing on both. East and West
Bound Freight Movements.
WASHINOTON, Nov. 26. Tho
great volume of American merchan
dise now b'elng carried by rail across
the Isthmus of Panama and the Isth
mus ot Tehuantepec 2S shown by the
fact that for the fiscal year 1909, the
goods transported amounted In vnlue
to more than $60,000,000. The to
tal for this calendar year probably
will report 17MOd,000. These are
the salient features of a statement
Usued on the subject by the liurcau
of Statistics today.
The Tehuantcpoc Railway carried
In the first year ot its operation
1907 between I2S,000,000 and $30,
000,000 woith of merchandise; In
1908 nearly; $38,000,00 worth, und
in the nu Bent ear lis business In
flelght will exceed $50,000,000,
Tho Panama Kallroad. engaged
chiefly In work and Unfile growing
out of the construction of tho Pa
nama Canal, carried in 1907 about
$12,000,000 worth of 'merchandise
orgiuating In the United States; In
1908 about $9,000,000 worth, and
In 1909 about the same.
'Rocky Uoy'i" band of Chippewa In
(Hans', said to belouif lu Canada, have
been lounded'tip In Montana mfder the
Biiiilnlunli'iit of Iho Ulackftut Indian
H-bcnallun Theie are 122 In tho
bind who liavo been ioamln' uioiind
Gie Him- a Pair of ltegalsfor Christmas
,5 " There's just one best Christmas prcscnt'you can give any man, and that's a pait of our
handsome new holiday models in Regal Shoes. We have a special Holiday stock of Regal Shoes,
Slippers, Pumps and Footwear of every variety and thousands of people arc buying tliese sensi
ble, serviceable gifts in preference to articles which are merelv ornamental. 1
In order to make Christmas buying easy at our 'store, '
the recipient of any pair of shoes can change them after
Christmas should the size of the shoes received be incor
Don't forget that YOU need a ew pair of Rcgals for
Christmas. At this time of year you should look your
smartest and that means you must have a brand new
pair of stylish shoes.
Our new Regals reproduce the latest , custom styles
from New York and London and Regal QUARTER SIZES
insure custom fit and comfort.'
Come in and look over these smart shoes at your
$3.50 $4.00 and $5.00
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REGAL SHOES for men and women
REGAL SHOE STORE,
King and Bethel
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