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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. H., TUESDAY, DEC. 21.. 100.
An Old Trick
of cheip umbrellas; git Rood ones
while you are at it, whether for your
own use or a present.
Our heavy winter shipment is just
In, containing all grades and a won
derful assortment of handles; steel
cr wood sticks : eloria. union silk
and all cilk coverings.
The prices range from 75c up, but
for presents we would recommend
an nil-silk one, which can be had
from $4.50 up.
Why Not Get
a suit of clothes instead of n gun or
a rocking hone, especially is he is
son or nephew of yours?
x He'll like it just as well and look
how much more useful it will be to
We arc carrying a large line of
Soys' Woolen and Wash Suits in all
the popular styles. Prices $2.50 up.
, A Merchandise Order
Can be obtained for. any 'amount from $lup and is good in all de
partments; an "easy way to make a gift.
Those New York Hats
Arriving last week have made the greatest hit of any
display we have ever made.
The reason is plain 'they are HATS, not merely
exaggerations, as so many recent seasons have
You will like the styles of these in fact,-you will
find just the hat you have" had in mind.
The prices will surprise you in a different way
from the usual millinery way they are more than
A. Glove Order
Enables the recipient to select just the kind and eclor of von she needs
to match her costume; for sale at our glove counter.
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Leather Bags, Purses, etc.
We have recently enlarged this dotal Uncut an J
started things off right with a heavy Christinas im
, In hand bags, wc are showing many stjles in calf,
seal, alligator, -it. in all sizes up to IS inch; vc
also cmry an excellent line of grips and suit cases.
In fancy leather goods will be found collar baps,
travelers' hanger cases, -traveling eases for toilet ar
ticles, writing ca?cs. etc., all useful and handsome
Silk or Kid
Arc nlunvs acceptable to Miss or
Madam; a woman never has loo
We are showing many of the best
makes, including Dent's. IWncs'
and Kajsors, m all length: and mi
TTnVu-pr lMtn. lintiillrprpliipfa
and li03icry in the latest makes
Ladies' and Misses' Coats
Our display of these embraces all '"thatV cing worn now silk,
woolen and rubberized satin. '..jfi
In the woolen coats we are showing some light weight Cravcnettcd
Serges, which of course are waterproof; also some heavier satin-lined
tiavcling coats for anyone leaving the Islands. . ., i
In silk, among others, we are. showing some imported embroidered
cape-coMs. pongees apd other silks, which are , beauties; rubberized
satin continues popular. We have plain, and striped jn all colors.
Our Men's Neckwear
this Christmas surpasses nil previous showings, mid
we believe it is tl.c lest popular priced assortment
that can be found in the city.
, Bcws, stiings and four-in-hands in many late
stjles and popular shades; of the four-iu-liniuls we
arc showing thrc; widths, and with both finished and
Wc arc also showing a pictly line of combina
tion boxes of tic, hose and susp:mlcis to match.
I FORT SHAFTER NEWS
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To the Coast: .Compiny until l'lrst Sergeant Clay
iw micclii! orders No. 273. dated I la nblo lo rflsumo Ills Unties.
Department of California. December I l'rhale Kragnul. Company H
ti tli, 190U, tlio following nnnicd men
liavu been selected to nttciul a t'ourso
of Instruction ut the School of Mus
Kctry, l'lesldlo of Monterey, Mouto
ley, California, uml will proceed to
tliB 1'resldln of Monterey on tlio noxt
tiunsport on or nbout January Btli,
1'jJO. From tlio 20th Infantry: Ser
geant Matthew Curmody, Company
K. Quartermaster Sergeant llruno
Drews Company 1 Sergeant James
Miles Company ft and Corporal Jaiu.cn
Thomas Company II. Tlio following
fiom tho Gth Cavnlry; Corporal Hoe-
nier Tioop A, Corporal Lancaster
Troop II, Sergeant LaKcs Troop C,
fornornl Avlimnon Tioon D. Cornor
nl Nelson Troop I, Corpoial Reynolds lug Millet na good as ucrore tlio ncci
Troop K. Sergeant Tlnlclepnugh dent ho Is able lo do the duties of u
Troop L and Private McKiilght Troop Boiuier.
Infantry, was admitted to tho post
Private tiiiteman Company Q, was
clitcied on thu alcK icportnnd feiit
to the hospital Snnda inoruliig.
When taken to tho hospital his tcni
pctuturo registered 102 and ho was
Private Henry Company O, was
released from tho hospital Sunday.
Moro than two months ago Prlvato
Henry with another soldier was goat
hunting In tho mountains and a rifle
was fired bo close' to Henry's head
that for u tlmo It was thought! he
would completely loao tho hearing
of one ear anil although not lie.ir-
M. Tho men will talto equipments
garrison mid field and upon comple
tion of tho term of instructions will
retiliu to their proper stutlons. The
term lasts for four months, that will
bring the men back to Hawaiian Isl
ands, on tho. May transport, 1910.
V. L. Clay, First Scrgc-int Com
pany II, 20th infantry, was taken sud
llenly 111 Saturday morning nbout
Battalion Drill. '
Them was battalion ill ill at Port
Shaftor, Monday morning nt seven
o'clocl,. Tho bo)s are getting to bo
Good at battalion drills as It Is held
for nn hour evor Monday moping.
The battalion was In good shape
Monday morning, and dono some ex
cellent di tiling with tow mistakes.
Quito a crowd gathered, nt tho
Tho post garden, on ncioiuit of tho
rains, hnvo w far Improved that
they will afford ninny good things
for tho Christmas dinners. The gar
den of the post hospital Is the most
completo ntul shows what can be dono
In the sandy beach. This garden
Is surrounded by n largo grass plot
and Ifottor beds ntul Is located on olio
of the most sandy portion,- of tho
post. Tho Knglticcls, have ninny
gardens around their part of tho
grounds and all of them show that
much labor nild caro has been ex
pended upon them. Tho flowers and
grass plots havo done much to beau
tify tho post.
Arrangements havo been made to
hold ii scries of billiard games dur
ing the holldajs at the post pavilion
and suitable prizes will bo given to
tho winners. The winners of tho
last tournament will havo to ex
tend themselves In order to best some
of the plujers who are in from tho
field. As the men nre all In enmp
now many of the new equipments
whch weio locelved during tlio last
week, will be given out uml tho men
fitted anew for the Held srvlco iu-
turning to tho survey camps.
hoven o'clock and was ndmlttcd to bowling alio p Sunday nftornoon and
tho post hospital Immediately. Ills tovoral good games were plnjod, thu
Illness seemed to bo of n serious na- highest score for tho afternoon be-
turo but ho Is much bettei unci will lug 222, made by Prlvnto Henry
probably bo bade with his company Company U. Other good scores were
for duty In a short time. Quarter- made but 222 was the highest. The
lor Sergeant Coud Company H, Jiilloiii r.io In first class condition now
been appointed lifting Klist Ser- ns they were varnished ami repnlred
nun iieru ummiiiiuii mwiiK run. 01:1- 1
geant uud will bo In thnrge, of tho u shortlltuo ago.
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Tho llrst dotalls fiom' tho survey , Vaudeville,
detachments began arriving ut lVirtj A completo ptogrnm has been at
l)o ltiibsy on Sunday evening, and umgeil for the tivcnlng of the twou
tlio balance came Into camp toduj. 'tj -third mid in my new( vu'pdovlllQ
Tho detachment, under the direction I numbers-have been added. Ono of
Interesting Exercises And
I Bountiful Supply
" 'AFTER HORNFLY
Parasites Are Imported by Bureau
of Agriculture and Forestry in
Campaign Against Pest Will
Endeavor to Exterminate Pests,
On Trldny morning the children
of tho Wnlpalm BlIiooI had their
Christmas ttco anil closing cxerclsus,.
Tho School Is tor largo that no
two adjoining rooms will hold tho
children so tho exercises were held
on tho lawn using tho front voruuda
as a sUige.
Tho veranda was "gaily decorated
with Hags and greens. On olio end
of tho vcrunda was n beautifully der
oiated Christmas tree.
Thu children, In luilldii) nttlrc, be
gan to arrive early. ly luili-p-isi
nltio o'clock there weio hrtw.cfii four
and fl'vo hundred people on tho
The exercises consisted of Christ
mas tongs, stories and recitations,
oach teacher vprescntlng her own
class In specialties. Tho exercises
closed with u pluy hy tho children
or the sixth grade The chlldcn all
did remnikably twcll.
.Just as tho exercises closed anina
Clmis, dressed In red fiom head to
foot dashed tnlo tho jurd In u rtd
of I.lout. J. A. O'Connor arrived
from I'e.irl City and Makalia curly
In tho day, p.ut of Mont. Cunning
ham' detachment arrived Sunday
ovunliig uml ull tho other mombeis
this morning. Tho detachments from
Kiilmkii uml Kahuna, under I.lout.
Walking, wcro tho last to ntrlve.
Tho baggugo of tho men was all
hiought lo camp todny and for tho
llrst time, bIiico their arrival on tho
Island, tlo Kngtuecis are practically
united at I'oit l)o llussy. They will
iKinaln hem until Mm 111 ut of tho
now e.ir hcfoio tho survey delach-
meiitH uie to hu returned to tho moun
Miniy Improvements have been
niado thioughout tho camp In ordor
to caro for theto now mon and also
to glvo them nil the pleasuro pos
Hllilo dmlng their holldajs at tho
WalklM lamp. The post pavilion
1 lias been fitted out with new tables
fnr rnrils and oilier irnnios. new fold
ing chulis udded am) boxes of (low
ers nnant'cil nbout the poich, The
pool and bllllaid Jollies, havo been
all gone over, -now cloth and cues
bought and In eveiy way tho pavi
lion has been Impioved to give tho
members of tho post a merry time
the best will be an Impel sonatina of
Souza and his famous band, A new
Bister net has been seemed which Is
said to bo oiio( of tho best obtainable,.
The boxing will bo headed by Dick
Sullivan ami Mcl'iiddun, who will
not rcqulio an iutioductlon hero,
I unci will be aided 1)) many other
goon uoutu. Tlio electric ligiiting
arrangements weio completed todiiy
and tho stngo and grounds will ho
well supplied with light. The entire
stage betting will bo In place by to
morrow uud tho lost unit's nro ex
pected this evening,
Final practko ,was taken by tho
Fort Do llussy teams yesterday for
tho handball series which will bo
gin cither this evening or tomorrow
nftcrncdn. The men fiom the detach
inents will lia given the use of the
court today for practice and nro ex
pected to glvo the home teams ninny
liaid games before tho championship
of tno Engineers Is decided upou.
Sergeant O'Donnell, one of the best
of tho homo plnyors, is In tho hos
pital which will weaken tho camp
It Is Interesting to nolo that steps
nro being tnken to Import parasites
of tho horufly, and material contain
ing seYOfnl species luiyo boon re
ceived by Mr. 12. M. Eurhorn, Super
intendent of 1-ntomology of tho Hoard
of Agriculture, who, In cooperation
with Mr. O. II. Sweiey of tho II. S.
A. Is doing all ho can to get tho
parasites established. In his Inst re-
homily parasites from Mr, Koebele,
three of theso containing tho same
spcttcs which arrived last month and
til) wero turned aver to Mr. O. II.
Swezey. I am pleased to bo nlilo to
report that threq largo colonic of
homorenred paiusltes (Al)Ids) havo
been llboruted on favorably located
dairies. Thd lust slilpmont from Mr.,
Koeholo contained a good colon) of
Aphodlus llnltnrlus, u caruldd beetle
which may bo consldeied u good fac
tor Hi preventing maggots of tho
homily and other stable flics from
piopagutlng In manuie owing to tho
beetle's habit of feeding on the fresh
dung and -disturbing tho droppings'
In such a manner by lis own work
and that of Its larvae, to cause tho
quick di)lng up of these, thus i educ
ing tho breeding places of th'o film
tnatoilally. Wo shall .soon ho nblo to
Hbera(o theso beetles at hlghoi ele
vations as lecoinnicncled by Mr. Koe
bele." i Since tho report tho last sending
of beetles has been llbeiatcd on. tho
Island of Hawaii.
iiiinoiinco his coming and carried a
nig uag oi presents on ins muck,
Then the excitement rnn 'high.
The three hundred uud fifty children
mobbed mm. He talked to tliein
nwhllo much to their delight, then
Biild ho must hum uwuy to other
schools. Ho jumped In his uutonio
bllo. mid wiih whisked awaj amid thu
ihoers of tho thlldicn. ,
, Tho chlldieii hud a most bountiful
Chtlstinus tbunks to Mr, Hull, man
port lo tho Hoard Mr. hhrhorn Ba aKt.r. tIl0 liler fn,ers of tho. Oahu
wo received iour slilpmentB or.'iantutiou. tho emplojes, Wnlpalm
storo and friends of tho .brhool.
j Tho piospcilty of tho plantation
was lellectud In the veiy liountful
box, sent b) Haikfuld A. Co, Thoio
was vvei)ttug in It to miKo glad
tpo heat I or u clillil.
Mnuy of tho nev I'nrtuguesa Immigrants-(time
and brought their '''II
ijien. Thoj ll no doubt bo mil -Ijrlsed
to luipt Unit thcli rhlldiin
(.an not bo admftted on urcount of
lack of loom. Thu little ones mi
Jojed tho tiue wth th'o rest of tho
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All tho chltdien went away with
noi e than they could couv(enleiitly
..my. ' ' Ji
MISS HALL IN WAILUKU
Qreutost buigalus In clvgJiit slilrt
v4l8ts over offered In Honolulu utcnJosml
Illoni's, Huns by
WAIUIKU, Maul, Dee, lH--Mlss
Milium Hull gave u veiy classical
violin leeltal at tho ICnlghts of Py
thias Hull, Walluku, lust Thutsduy
evotiing foi the benefit of tho build
ing fund of the proposed new fhurcli
(if thu (lope Shepheid. Miss I. Ten-
inoy Peck, an accopipllsliod pianist,
ol llouolulu,. vyus iiccompjlilst. A
ifalily good uiidleuce whs picsent nud
cnjuji'U uie luiiuiiionu oi compusi-
llntid Itl- lllii n',1 limKllltl unit
themselves most fortnn-
Consult This List
" ' FOR THE
All of the Following Articles are of the very best
quality and reacly for delivery:
Plum Pudding, Mince Meat, Nuts,
Raisins, Figs and Dates.
Assorted Candies in 1, 2, 3 and 4 pound boxes.
Oranges, Apples, Grapefruit, Chestnuts, '
New Crop Pine-mits, Christmas Apples,
Cranberries, Celery, Cauliflower,
Frozen Eastern and Cocktail Oysters'
Royal Christmas Mixed Candy 25c a lb.
3. M. LEVY & CO.,
Family Grocers - ' PHONE 76
ir i i ' r i" nf
should ha able to
sldo of tho court
hold down their
The Art League will glvo a con-'uto Indeed for It la r.mb ii talent-
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l!Lm.JS B0T, "'J"- lT.. " VKtaV ' iUft wot! ': "'...-
","..,, :.,r:. ,..l. ' W? I Tickets for non-mcmbeiB will bo on A seve.o gale pievullcd Ihrough-
bulo nt tho Klhjhuna Art I.eaguu out (lieiit lliltalu, Couslderablo
If ml at Wall NUIioU' King stieet damago vas wruiiKht.tpaitlciilarly In I
ctore. the coast towns.
IT TASTES CLEAN
BECAUSE ITK CLEAN '
Is pleasant .and whole
tome, "There's a dif
ference." The Baby
notices it instantly,
THE POND DAIRY.
Real Oriental Embroidery
Is a sure gift for a tasteful friend. Our stock contains
table coven, center pieces, doilies, etc.
You will find all kinds of toys here. ,
'( , Nuuanu Street.