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rvrnino nmfiTiN, noNoi.trMr. T. I!., WCDNKSDAY. DEC. 44, 'Oil
Our Advertisements Seiveas Guideposts to tlie'Home df Bargains. They
to this Store and have been a source of Pleasure-Promoters
We note here only a few of the articles suitable for the Christmas season. The store is filled with countless gift suggestions each moderately priced.
have Directed Thousands of Shoppers
too, for Honolulu Ladies.
You cannot makd a mistake.
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS
One of the best assortments wc have shown. Goods arrived on the
Alameda and are delightfully fresh. $1.50 to $3.00.
No' larger line, no better values in Handkerchiefs shown in Hono-.
lulu. These are for Ladies' and Qeiitlemen aiyl Children and anfsuitable
for Christmas gifts. The line is a feature' with us.
and SCARFS. A new line at prices that will suit .these are new goods
and are the best we have had since they became the rage.
Fine assortment in Voils, Panama, Silk Etamonc. Absolutely no
duplicates. Very attractive.
This is the time to collect your wants in HOSIERY. Wc carry a
feature stock for ladies. Childre t and Men in plain and assorted pat
terns LISLE and SILK.
SI'LK .PETTICOATS IN PLAIN BLACK AND
LADIES' and CHILDREN'S PARASOLS
Received by the Alameda. New line of sunshades for ladies and
children. Colors PLAIN WHITE. BLACK and WHITE and FANCY
SHADES. Too' eood to let go. Buy now. Ladies and Oentlemens UM
BRELLAS in PLAIN and TWILL MATERIALS.
A special tale on these goods from now until Christmas. 10 dis
count on all RIBBONS. All widths, plain and fancy.
We will sell you TOYS chaMr than any one in town and as 'an
extra inducement will give you 10 discount on all purchases of TOYS.
BLOM! THE BARGAIN MAKER Opposite Catholic Church
(Continued from Pas 1
examination of more than 4,000 cas
es, reports tllu following:
Men. men. ilrcli.
Trlchurli f ' 92
Ascnrls 2rt fit BC
Hookworms f2 lu 11
Amoeba -3 . . . .
Unless the i)i hU littis on tlio ail
1 passed through Honolulu last
Julie mul cnJoed 1lio' plnco nW mucli
us over. I only' wish 1 could stay
longer and see something of the oth
Yours very truly.
ISAAC W. HltKWErt.
COUNTY HAS THE CA8H.
The comity coffers are In n compir
ntlvely healthy state, according to u
gar estates arc careful to rid thtso .statement submitted to tho membora
I ...... I ........ 1 .. .. Il.nl . .. f nltl I m-f ! Mlt nn.l fmltlt GlilntHttluncii ill-
Immigrants of their worms I nm
afruld that ou will exrhnngo the
"Yellow I'crll" for something pioli
atily ns hud. ,
I'roli.ihly J mi have this datn at
hand and all the precautions neces
sary nro helng taken and my letter
will he too late. I hope Hint there
will he no trniisplintatlou of these
parasites to Hawaii. Over here the
of tho City and Comity Supervisors at
their meeting last evening. Deputy
Treasurer I. II, lleadlo reports that at
the rlnso of business on November "0
he had on hand the sum of JtO 817.37.
SPREAD FOR PRISONERS.
It Is tho intention of the county an-
, Ihorltles tn administer n little Christ-
hookworm does not nppear to rnuso nmH thcer to tho prisoners Confined to
much trouhle, hill Hint subject has tho city and county prison, A sum of
not been fully studied. The Uureaii money will Ijfi set nslde for tho par
ol Health has n party In tho flcld on chare of some extras to mukc'up the
this woik now, and the llirreau of Christum dinner at the Institution.
Sclenco did some work In Hint same ( The action has the approval of tho
Hue last spring. Down here we have Major 'and the Supervisors,
about ever thing In the line of pnra-l m
tiles, hut they do not seem to causa Colonel lloosevelt and pirty nrrlv".'
much sickness. I have Just recover- nt Umdlaln Hittlrh Kast Afrlcn .all In
oil over thlrtv round worms from one good healtlO
IS THERE A NIGGER
IN THE WOOD PILE!
' 'Continued from Pan D
for accomplishing liny practical good.
He moved that It he pigeonholed H
conltiidojTtliat to accept the terms In
cuipuruK-d In It. the City and Coiluty
would hu'plnccil at expense of thrrO
thoiitaml dollars for new conduits, nnil
an additional sum of eight thousand dol
lars to cover the cost of removing the
police ami lire alaim wires from the
Idles and transferring them midor-1
ground, ivuiie. uiuu cimuiirri-n in .nc
Chilian's nttltudii In opposing the
Qiilnn and ligau, representing the
lonesome mlnorll, pleaded for u con
sldorutlou of the agreement. They flu-,
ally succeeded In winning over n suf
Relent number finm the other sldu that
tile vote to consider the new' agree
ment was ranled'liy n Closo votiS A'
committee IneJiidlug Supcrvlsois Cox,
McClellau and Aylett will go Into the
telephone compact thoroughly.
Avlett wanted to read tho document
over before coming to any conclusion
regaidlhg lis diners. 1) seemed to
bo the sense df the maJ6ilty of tile
Hoard, that if the Ic'ephoiiu ieoph)
were agreeable tn any of the proposl
tlons submitted by tho .Hoard some
weokR HI3), then they would accept the
measure and ote f.u Its adoption
Major Tern believed that more Unlit
from the City aud County Attorney
upon the legality of tl u agreement
wouM he n good thing and, ho put the
pmposlthm up to Attorney Mllvcrtcu
asking thu deputy attorney If hu would
iccominuiid Its adoption.
Mlivcrton shied at tills responsibil
ity placed upon his hliniildcrs and i'o
framing up of nil ngieenicnuwlilch If
Hoard ns to what 111?"' tumid do In tho
However the telephone company Is
nb6iit finished with tho digging up nf
thu city streets mil tho lilng of the
BULLETIN BOYS ALWAYS BUSY.
Washington, Die. 10. In emphatic
language the Supreme Court of tho
United Stntea announced yosterdil)
Its decision liot tit receive else on
certificates from lower courts until
thry have leic'ied the proper stage
for mill ei rtllW.illnn. This announce
ment was made In the two imisirtant
, cases of tho Southern I'aclflc and of
J the ll'iKliiriie and Ohio Itallroad com
panies against the interstato .Com
merce Commission, thu former Involv-
thu right of the rotnm'i.slnn to reduce
lutes, thu latter the right of railroad
(ompitiles to dWcilmluato tn the ills
trlhiitluu of cir.i among eoul mines.
EAGLE CARRIES TRAP
THREE UUMiiRED MILES
(Continued from' Page 3.)
go home with mother or stay with
litlr spouse. The gallant cuptaln of
pollee hud to give It up; and 'id
vised the bunch to pay a visit tn
herlff Jarrett or Deputy How. Doth
inose omciais are rapiuiy Dreaming
up family tum
bles, and tlaker had great faith In
"Yes." remarked the bridegroom,
"Hut where Is my WIFE going to
stay tonight?" HukcY rould not an
swer that I'linle, and as the mother
was determined to take her daugh-
Anolher showing In II u 1 1 e 1 1 u pop
ularity was niado manifest last even
lug when one of the I) u 1 1 e,t I n boja
intoied u down town bdsluisH mill's
ulllcu iillil elfed "11 u 1 1 Ot I p". Tho
Inlsy man turned to the hoy mid In
quired what Was the leadltlg tlc-WM of
Hid paler." The Hill tot in buy re
plied "diinno." "We'll, why doit't vou
lead jonr paper so that on can give a
busy mill n lino on what Is In the
It u 1 1 e 1 1 U7" qncstlonedahi' busy
man. "Ain't got lime.'; rfiilli'd tho
hoy, "nm too busy selling l'jfpaper."
MORE LIGHT ON KANAO LANE.
SACHAMKNTO, December 10.
Last week an eagle was killed ut
the Ellison ranch near Kdgewood, In
the upper part of Siskiyou county.
On one of Its feet was attached a
No. 3 steel trap, which had apparent
ly been on the big bird's talon about Uxpert nt patching
It has Just been learned that on
November 22d nn' eagle1 got Into a
No. 3 steel trap belonging to N.
Greenslate of Plymouth, Amador
county, and carried tho trap away
with It, It Is believed that the eagle
1. 1 1 lil fit Lil onuf rwil rti Intt la nlinul
no miles from Plymouth In an alr'r r.'""" v",m ,,",, ay
line. Is' the' same that carried off
Twenty oiln residents on Knnati I.ano
have come forward asking that three
32-eanille power electric lamps he In
stalled on that thoioushfnre.
Willi all of there additional anionic
I lies that New Yolk U getting Broad
way soon ma) lie tho great red way.
Premier Morel, of Spain, proposer
sweeping reforms for municipal Ad
lor Ilia time helng,
This morning the whole partv
called on Sheriff Jarrett, and after u
lot of talk about committing th i
young bride to the reform school,
peace was proclaimed and the bride-
nui ifti i.. n ..tit. tr.tu.i B,w' m miuwiMi iu gruu ins iii-
Itcslilents in the vicinity of Kallhl ... ,,, .iv,, . ,, .. . ..
i i , .!.:. ,er ha" r'8"1 I" n presence of bli
Oreenslate's trap about ten days be
KALIKI CAMP ASKS FOR LIQHTS.
camp to the number of thirty or more mother-in-law,
iiuvu iiuimuiicii iiiu cjiy ami cuumy hu
thorltles for the Installation nf four
additional lights, two near tho Camp
and two to lie located on the Kalitit
Hay road. The matter hah been taken
under advisement, Tho request that
Duke Carl Tlieodnr of Havarla, a fa- n iolice box ho placed In this district I
mints eye Hperldllst, died at Iliiyrciilh. will go the' santt' way.
Another luau will be given by the
girl's mother, and It Is rumored that
the sheriff, deputy and Captain Hak
er will be honored guests at the
ULLITIN AOS PAY -
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F. O. B. Factory
Glass front andtop extra
The MODEL 16 BUICK has to its credit the fastest road race of the year both in America and
abroad 69.9 miles per hour of Chevrolet at Riverhead, not to forget the fast lap in the Vanderbilt, ifi
which he averaged 76.5 miles per hour. v
It has won more races and hill-climbing contests than any other American car.
A carload of these famous BUICKS has just, arrived. Conte arid see them.
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