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EVEN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H. MONDAY. DEC. 20, 1309.
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
the Factory Honolulu wire Bed
Co., 1260 Alatial St. Telephone
miio taught in 0 mcs, 3 month (8 f MARIE KENNY, from San Francis
IciKOiia). Special iittCiitlon to co. Dramatic Studio. 17. Here-
lyj", editorial rooms 2f0 bud
nctt office. These ar the telephone
Hirihr rif fh RhIUHa nffiea.
A Christmas Box
Of Fide WritingPaper
The most pleasing gift. Fancy jboxes containing pa
per and envelopss of Jhe best qrades. Useful and beauti
ful. Suitable for friends or relatives. These Roods 'are
now on display. til .. ntf .1 rtfHt.f HFMMn
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd..
Alexander Young Bldg. BishopStreet.
Mincemeat on Sale at Mrs.
Kearns, 15c perv Pound.
A FAT GOOSE
FOR CHRISTMAS DINNER WILL ABOUT FILL THE
WANTS OF THE PARTICULAR MAN. IF HE DOES
NOT CARE FOR THAT FOWL GET A TURKEY. EITHER
WILL MAKE HIM HAPPY.
WILLIAM F. HEILBRON,
HIGH-CLASS FAPEB-HANQINQ. DECORATING,
v AND GENERAL PATNTINQ.
PEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. ' - PHONE 317;
HUSTACE - PECK CO., LTD
63 QUEEN STREET . PHONE 295
General Contractors .
Estimates given on' all kinds of Draying, Teaming, Road Building.
' Reliable Supervision
Firewood, Coal, Walanae Sand For Sale,
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,&M&rM'iX&,z.w,. ;,;.! "s ,;.
Jstmnese Employment Awociatlon
Mnunnkcn near- AbsI Theater. Cull
up phono 007 If j on want n root,
good boy or eervanti.
Inula, Phone 33,
fee Sing Kee-Flumber and'Tinsmlth,
Pmllh St.. bft. Hotel and Pauanl.
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IF -YOU CONTEMPLATE BUYING -A
WITH A STYLISH MONOGRAM.
DO NOT FAIL TO SEE
OUR LARGE STOCK OF THEM
PHONE 512. 113 HOTEL ST.
Shapes, Trimmings and Flower.
Dunn's' Hat Shop
Many Gems 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
1M1 Fort Street.
MBS. J. .ROSENBERG
Stop Paying .Rent
HAWAIIAN REALTY CO.
Phone 553. 83 Merchant St
LAST WEEK BEFORE XMAS
TOYS, BOOKS, NOVELTIES
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO., LTD
,At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
r. FORT and.KING SU.. Honl(
Call and see our stock.
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.
Odd Fellows' Bldg. Fort St.
LEADING HAT CLEANERS.
All Kfnds of Hats Gleaned and
No Acids Used. Work Guaranteed.
FELIX' TURRO, Specialist,
1154 Fort Street. Opp. Convent.
Honolulu, T. H.
Agents for Islands,
031 Fort St.
Boiton Sldg. Fort 'Street.
306 Judd Bldg., City.
Los -Angeles, Cal.
The Industrial Editioc of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, 50 cents at B n 1
1 f 1 1 n nfflne
HIS BILL OF FARE.
At biuuWaat he ato a (Mister red,
At lunch a light ovyico.il;
At dinner on tin mis ho fed
Pur tho dine: was a goat.
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MOST MY ROLL TAX
Case Cited as Precedent Did Not
Hold Good Regarding Poll Tax
Customs House Officials Much
Exercised Over Decision.
Judge Amlrnclc lias decided that the
poll tax law Is thoroughly constitu
tional ns far ns Inspector Noos, of
the local custom house, Is concerned
consequently Mr. Noyce has donated
his share towarcV tho support of the
government. It cannot bo hold that
he fell oer people In an endeavor to
Ret to tho poll tax office to pay up. In
fact he fought against any such pro
ceedings hut the fates ft era against
Mr. -No) on put up a non-pa) ment
fight on the Bame lines used lj an
cnBtqrn skipper In the cmploo of the.
Keoirai government wno won nis case
hut it transpires that tho precedent
worked upon applied to Income tax
This recent decision hy Judge An
rirado haa created quite a furore
among I ho cmplojes of the local cur-
NEW Y.U. SITE
Through the failure to come to
anagrccment In the way of an ex
change of property betwepn tho Ho
nolulu Library Association uud the
Y, M, C. A. directors. It Is thought
that a cash offer will be tuaue for
the property now occupied by the
Library Awoclatlon, and It Is also
thought. that the offer will be ac
Several of the tllrcctors of tho V.
M. C. A. are In fin or of the piece of
property now ojiupled hy the jam
factory as second eholec If the
corner where the library, now elands
cannot be obtained.
There will probably he a meet
ing of the directors next Wednes
day, at which the subject will be
The Bports committee t.n Illlo has,
arranged n card for the races und
athletic events, to take place there
on New Year's day that should as
sure a large party going on the Inter-Island
excursion which will
leave here on Friday and return on
Monday. One race Is for $1,000 u
aide, and the horses entered are
pood ones. There will bo base hall
and track events, bronco busting
and cow boy races. ,
Those who go on the excursion
tan get to Illlo and return for 115,
or they i.in go to the volcano and
return for $25. The volcano Is
more active now than It has been
for many ears, and the scene Is,
consequently, grander. An oppor
tunity for tourists lo see tho fiery
crater Is offered at one-half the reg
ular rates, and there should be n
crowd go up this time. There will
be a train wnltlns at tho wharf for
those who wish to go at om-e to the
ijater, and It will glvo them an op
portunity to go down to tho pit Sat
urday afternoon and see the lava In
daylight as well us at night.
WOULD-BE SENATOR NO DUDE.
R. L. McCormlck, Who Never Wore
Tie, Would Succeed 8en. Piles.
TACOMA, Nov. 20. National He
publican Committeeman It. L. McCor
mlck, the man who never wore a
necktlo, today announced his candi
dacy to the United Statcn Senate tu
succeed Senator Piles. His election Is'
Mf. McCormlck Is a friend of Sent
tor Aldrlch, and Is Jamea .1, Hill's
partnor In, a big enterprise. Ho Is also
Iho' largest, stockholder In the Weyei-
huuser Timber Company, and Ii.ih In
creased IiIh Wisconsin made fortpnc
BIQ YEAR IN
NEW YOHK, Ueccmhor 1. Unless
nil signs fall 1D09 will nrava thn Inn.
nor year In tho Importation of pre
cious stonoa. Although there Is one
more month In the calendar joar, the
New York Aonralser estimates that
this ) ear's entries of geniB at New
York will exceed $42,000,000. Tho
heaviest Importations In ony year
Heretofore wero in 1)C, when tho to
tal reached $41,6:10,000,
OF. THE NEAR CA8T
WASHINGTON. December 1. Tu
extend further his gcnerul jdan of
specialization in inn commercial anil
political affairs of the world, Secretary
Knox hua created a division of "Near
Eastern Affairs," and has Bolectcd
Evan E. Young of South Dakota, now
American Corn.ul at Salonika, as
The new division will huvo to do
with affairs In Turkey, I'orulu, tho
Uulkans and other states In that Vart
of Europe. This territory, with lu
intricate, political problems and its
opening opportunities for commeiclal
expansion, has mado necessary special
A crown of fjlory U a beautiful
head of hair. An Australian lady
now in London
dnte Jan. 28,
1 fill Hnn. hi tinlr
pi J a world of good.
" to. -,ka to it, jay oatr
la sow thick, glossy,
and soft, and whea
plaited la 55 Inches
long. Aycr's Hair Vigor
ought to be tued by
every woman who
takea pride la bar
You also may hare
such a crown of
glory if you will
follow the ex-
amplo of 'this lady and see
It will remove all dandruff and
rnako your hair rich and abundant.
mini' ti Dr. J. C. Ajir 4 Ci.. Unit, kWll. S. A.
A Hare Opportunity
Is offered to buw a few lots on KA
LAXAUA AVE., opposite MR.
KALAUAOKALANI'S residence, on
easy terms. $50 cash and $10 per
month. No interest. Prices are
$200. $250 and $350. High grounds.
COME RIGHT NOW and select
your lot, as the lots are going fast.
Waity Bldg. 74 S. Xing St.
P. E. R. Strauch
'74 8. King St.
IT 'TASTES CLEAN
BECAUSE IT IS CLEAN
Is pleasant and whole
some. "There's a dif-
ference." The Baby ,
'notices it instantly, t
THE POND DAISY. '
Made np the latest or any style,
wajrmv- rtw' '
Fort and Beretania SU.
To arrive on the Alameda
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
REOAL SHOE CO.
King and Bethel.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
CONTRACTOR and, BUILDER;
PLUMBINQ end PAINTING.
: j Honolulu Painting Co., M)
- Hirr-St.: P.'O. Box-Ill
DRY' GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely stew 'and
fresn from the coast,
WAVERLEY BLK. - HOTEL 6T
XMAS RED BERRY WREATHS
Woman's Exchange .
CALENDARS and LEATHER
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to see all our old ens-
tnmers come !aoV
BULLETIN A08 PAY
Jf tf W X
f alfrftJtial )
7 111 E
Furnished house on the beach.
Must have three or more bed
rooms and be In first-clues condi
tion. Illshop Trust Co., Ltd.,
llethcl St. I 4489-tf
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin of
A )oung man desires a position as
assistant In office or wholesale
house: good references. Address
W. B. U.. Uullotin office. 4487-tf
lkpnufr Private Cooking (School
Families or hotels supplied with
cooks. C. M. Mattle, 1457 Auld
Lane. Phone 164.
Sliver Waltham watch, with stirrup
fob, between Punahou school and
K. 11. station. Itcttirn to Dear
horn Drug & Chemical Works and
receive reward. 4495-21
A St. Louis College medal, with
Harry Y. 'Ahong engraved on
hack. Ileward for return to 83
Merchant St. 4494-3t
Passbook No. SCS3. Finder please
return to lllshop's Hank.
White bull terrier; young. Owner
can find at Palama Fire Station.
Scissors, knives, razors, sawB, lawn
mower ground and sharpened;
good work. Phone 1101. Cor.
Klnau and I'ilkol Sts. 4494-lm
For Health and Beauty
Come-to see them.
Cor. Fort and King Sts.
Dr. J. H. Raymond
- PHYSICIAN.AND SURGEON.
Alakra St., Uanka Pacific Club.
Office Hours From 10 to,12: fresa
2 to 4; from 7 to 8.
SUNDAYS 10 TO 19.
Tel.--0ffice. 580. Residence. -1480.
"The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
.Meals At All Hoars.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
W. 0. BBBOIN. Proprietor.
-All kinds in rolls and sheets.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER &
SUPPLY CO., 1TD.
Fart-and Queen Rti . Wnnnli.1..
Tel. 410. O. Guild. Gen. Man.
(be ONLY table 'drink. Manufac
tured bv ilia
'Arctic Soda Water Works
ml cloth of A-l quality, aan. be pu
0 IUs4M1 TolsahimetMl
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for fM.
t "- . '.w, .'u.t i
' j M ..V-at.-' ?i V Trf
1 k t vsr-.'sj VV
Cottace and Store Building.
A neat lour-ioom cottage and store
building Bitunted at Kalnallu,
Kona. Hawaii, the property of the
late M. L. Gordon, together with
the lease of lot on which they
stand, for sale. . ,
The rent of said lot Is $20.00
per )ear, and there are over elev
en ears of said lease unexpired
(lease dated Feb. 18th, 11)01).
Cottage Is beautifully situated
un upper road. Store building la
large and commodious.
Mr. Keno K. M)ers and others,
after visiting this district, proph
esied for Kona a great future,
with Its tailed Industries of bu-
gar tane. fruit, sisal, coffee ami
tobacco raising. It has long been
recognized as having one of tho
most healthful climates In tho
For further particulars and
terms of vjle apply to L. S.
Aungst, Holuatoa, Hawaii.
4495 D-6t; W-tt
40 H.-P. Wlntun Automobile. Model
K. Good condition. Apply A. 1)., P.
O. Ilox 749. Price low, ou easy-payments.
Fox torrler pups; choicely bred; well
narked; suitable for Xinas present.
Enquire W, C. Weedolf. P.O. Box 858.
Homer plcgonj, pure bred, choice birds.
$1 each, $10 per dozzeti. Enquire W.
C. Weedon. P. O. Dox 858.
Contents of fern house, cheap. Call
on Miss Johnson, Fort street,
near Vienna Hakcry. 4390-tf dh
Plump chickens and suckling pigs
for the holldaB at McQulre's,
Walklkl. Phone 853. 449312t
Handsomely tanned and mounted,
Alaskan grizzly rug. Address)
Diamonds and Jewelry bought, sold
nnd exchanged. J. Carlo, Fort St.
Furnished front room; 410 pec
month. Small houMkeeyiusj
room, suitable for one 'person, II
per month, at 1563 Nuuanu St.
Three unfurnished rooms for house
keeping; Hlngle or en suite. 1750
King St., Puwaa Junction.
Published rooms for working men;
l week up. 1281 Fort St.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mr.
D. McConnll. 1213 Rmma'Bt.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Cool furnished rooms and cottage,
with or without board. 1634
Nuuanu -Ave., Dear , School 8U,
Prices moderate. '4460-tt
Mr and Mrs. staakiaett,
-TelephssM $?, v
.178.BiiilA?nA AVE., near UOU
ttatn-and Eleetrieal TrMtatent. .
Seal Estate Agent.
137 MERCHANT STREET.
Residence on Beretania St., XapJo
lani Park Addition lots, Kapahala
lots and other property. . ,
Chas. R. Fraiir i
'hone 871. 188'Xlaglt
Com'r. of Deeds for Csiifomi aUt
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
trrant Marriage lioeusesj Draws
Mortgages. .Deeds, Bills of late,
Leases, Wills, Etc. Attorney for the
District Conrts. 78 MERCHAMT;T.
HONOLULU: PHONE 410.
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