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EVENING nUIAETlNj HONOLULU, f. !I TlltmSiUY. DKC. 2.1, 1909.
ARE GROWING LESS
. ASKS DIVORCE
TWO PARTIES TO
ROW SHAKE HANDS
With' a $2.00 purchase. Quantity limited, so shop early.
NOISY THINGS FREE
A noisy thine, something new, Riven to all children
I 1 I Tills morning nt the Police- Coutt
A llbol (for dl.vorco has been tlloil Ee gmltMil wll0 wna charRcil with,
by Mrs. Annie Aubort 'Kenrna against ,, h,,..,ii im, ,..,,. ,,,,
STATISTICS OATMD-feT jAJ-' J!",!::!:I,fei;":' ,h?,;: t )'- J"!1?? A"''-!'?-. . -!-i
... .., w..M v r, - i yPHinriiny h u i u 1 1 11. iuo uuuuiu
accompanied by their parents.
Closes at 10 Friday nii;ht.' Send in your votes at once.
The Dolls will be ilcHv crcd to the lucky encs on Christmas
ANESE EDITOR SHOW. THAT
QAKDEN ISLAND POPULA
TION IS DIMINISHING.
Tlmt the Japanese residing on
Kntial are decreasing tln number l
established by the fact Hint n largo
number of them linvo left the plan
tntlnns ami tetutncil to Japan to en
Joy the home llfo. Some of,tliom, of
(purse, rlnco leaving Knitnl, have
porno fn nml nro llvlint In Honolulu.
Since llio further enilKrntlon of'
Jnpaneso Into Ilnwnll was stopped
hy the Japanese government, the
llnwnll-Jnpaneso who have hcen un
successful In their business closed
their stores hml returned to, their
According to Kdltor rukunngn of
tile Knuai aiunpu, wno was liner
viewed by the Bulletin man
who visited Kaiuil recently, thcrq
nro 12,228 JJapanoso on the Island.
Of this number there nre 0.99" men,
2,151 Vomen and Jl.OSO children.
UK in ncr support. rno nitiuiiB , -,( i , nmni nir in i efetii lunl
'lie. Ib ih receipt of llf.ti per moiitli -,.,.,,, ,,., ,, iaii,Bono l0 nIU nB!(1-i.
n atcnograplier and petitions mo nlic, r ,10 ,, wio van an elder
u ior ino graining ui -u iiui , ,-,,. , i ,. I ,0 Kim .... w,,a n y
and ilcsorllon. Mm. Kcarns -declares, ,.,;....,.. on 1)0nr.i jt, h0lix, Muiianu.
lint lA IimiIiAH.I linn Irtff lint trtt tt ' ' . . .
mm mci iiiuuiiu ....o ,i..i ..,.. ., ".ftini arose between tno nrst nunc, n
period of n year mid has contributed tU,v,cdoro and the ship's carpenter.
moiiiii numony. i,l;ff,
Thero Is one child, n boy nine years. Jlu)(?'0 Andrndo listened to nil Iho
fit tee.. , , evidence, nnd then suggested that Iho
" H ' , ij ,. ' ' complnlnant and defending ko outside
Clin siinKC nnnus. nun rcniarK
roitplit forth nrcal hearty .laugh from
vthc complainant and the two men, act
Ing on'thb JiuIko's sugKcstlnn, walked ,
down tho court room nnd then shook
COIN AND CONFESSES
Cltlcf of Detectives McUtifllo this
Tljero were, many smiles In court
morning arrested n .Japanese named .,.,. ,.. ,...,., .,,,.., ., n jnnilarv
Okln, who lias been working at lleorgo ,- . pnao wnllll, ,. ,. .... n-.i...
ifcckley's houso at Wnlklkl. Tlu man 1). )nt tno ,10 ,mrk B,)on(, ,,0 wol
was. accused of, and finally confessed )Wn). from , iiarnijg0 f ,1U i'cnc.
to steallnR $11.33, which hud bcpu,- . " ' -j m
NO TALCUM UK
placed In a koa pnl bowl.
As soon as tho robbery was report
ed Mcriulllc pot busy on tho Job, nnd
n.,. ...... i t ritr -a.. n l.H11 ' I.. .- i , ,1. rn 1 11. -t ..n..tlnl
lliuiu iiru HUUlll tilt) liuica ui luiiu ( in 'u Kliurk lllliu Minim iiitit mmii;iiiii
under cultlvatlQii with rice, to (pointed to Okln, who was yard boy at.
which the Kaunl Japanese aio do- J tho lleckloy residence. , j
votlnp their time In Improving thel As soon as Mcluiluo clinrgcd o:tin: According to Sheriff Jarrett there!
barren land. Tho only trouble they , with tho theft, tho Japaneso bro:pl : ))u ,in,0 police on tun city streets
havo found Is tho Roneral shortago , down and confessed that ho hart taken tomorrow night to control th, b'g
;achs' dry goods co.,
Cor. Fort and Bcrctania Sts.
Opp. Fire Station. .
(.f water, wlilch Is causing. cilnBlder-
Some of tho Japanese nro plant
ing mgnr cane, which they sell to
tho plantations when ripe,
Tho Japanese of Itnuat nro good
natured people. They seem wljllng
nnd eager to satisfy their employers.
Tlimo who,, nro put working It) plan
tations find employment In catch
ing fish, blnckstntthlng, tailoring,
carpentry and other lines of em
ployment by which they mnko their
Most of us nro anxious to po.io as
reformers,-but wc don't want to. begin
Would appreciate the Rift of an
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd,
the money as hq, was broke und hard ic,W4i that Is expected to turn out mil
up. He showed the chief where the I ,armi0 tlu town,
money wns hidden In n dresser, nnd Although tho police wljl bu as Icn
gavo nil tho assistance bo could In ro- cl ns ,,0sslblo as regards m.iriy-nuk
covering tho stolen chhIi. Okln will I )llKi nny ,,, 10llg0 mcthoda will bj
havo to appear Jn court tomorrow ; B,)1)a,ssc,i nt Onco. Whllo ro excep
morning, before Judge Andrade. t011 wm ,,e taltcI1 lo lllu tim)wliu; of
i confetti, flour and talcum pnvdur 111
' bo strictly barred and nnyo.u plt'.htiig
. that material around will go in on 111-;
I lopo to the iwllco station.
All applicants for positions on thoi Tho Sheriff does not aiitlclpii-) aur
census sum siiquiii pin iiicir wisnch irouoic, nowover, nun me goon uji
i, -A, ', -m arjl i II i lit 111 ' i TIM
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vi f :ii,iisy;;i-y,VuaiJE:3sBai
In writing ns no notice will ho taken
of verbal applications. Dr. Clark
wishes It to 'bo understood thnt per
sonal application should -only follow' a
letter applying for n position,
ured crowd will doubtless enjoy Knelt
nnd Injure nobody.
-'"For fnf eartfi on ul at
(ha Bulletin oftlea.
jM STliat's thelnitialPaymeni
ytXkdr jR&Jr When you buy furniture of us on
i ' '" " T JtJ nc installment plan, $10.00 paid
''pf,yjr io'n and ?10'00 Per month will
$$-'- fijfr furnish your home.
b'4-iJr Quality here is as high as our
$?y2Sr Urms arc easy and prices low. , ,
Tho Bvownio Family
r Give Brownie Cameras
To the Children
brownies $1,00 wWARDS
COYNE FURNITURE COMPANY
T2"a . ! i ... ,ijjj
- iai i ty'rf t Tjjfyy'i
jiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
A store -that hasr sblcl -fth-Class
Goods for over,. 20 Years is a
a- a a I , ,i i .
t i t
Good Place togo when you buy
Christ mas Jewelry.
is-the gift for ChristmaB. There is something
ipersonal 1 about it that appeals to -everyone.
It has charm and sentiment and will serve
1 as a, reminder 'of the elver to be. treasured
long after styles and fashions have .changed.
There- is always some one Jewelry store in a city this size that 'env
joys the advantage of being considered "the best place to go." This is
generally due to a .long .established reputation for selling high class goods,
and to the confidence of the public.
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We believe imost people in Honolulu if they had their choice would
prefer to have their gifti.ioWfrom "WICHMAN'S."
This year as in the post wc have given, careful attention to the
selection of our large stock of Christmas jewelry,
, I. ' !,! "I'"'
We will be glad to have you come to us for suggestions: We know
we can please you. "
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To Grown FoIRs
Kodak supplies and accessories of every
Kind for Kodaks
Island Views and Calendars
Honolulu Photo - Supply
Fort Street, near Hotel
" Everything Fliotographio "
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