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i:vns-iNo nui.usriN', Honolulu, t. .. 'rni'nsDAV, okc. 3 io6p.
Look in Our Show Window
And See Our Latest Thing in the Way of
They tire so simple that even n
Canary can use them without dan
Kcr, While you arc looking at this
Air Ship just look over the windows
both on Fort and Klnjr streets and
sec if they do not interest you.
We have lots of things that you
will want this week when voa do
our Christmas shopping, Do net
forget that v;c have room in our
windows for but a few samples of
oui large and varied stock; also
keep in mind that we want you to
come in and make yourself at home
anywhere in our big building, ex
amine our stock and get oar prices,
whether jou lianacn to want any
thing or not.
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd.
has been a record-maker in this store, marking an epoch
in our business experience in Honolulu. The phenomenal
value which characterized individual salcs'showcd the real
buying power of a dollar and distinguished this shop from
the others. These values will continue during 1910.
L. B. KERR & CO., LTD.
. Holiday Jewelry
PIPES and CIGAR BOXES, MATCH SAFES, SHAVING
CUPS, MIRROR, MILITARY BRUSHES, WATCHES, STUDS,
f LINK BUTTONS, SCARF PINS, RINGS, and a host of other
, All goods guaranteed as represented. Prices are right.
M. R. COUNTER
11 Fort St.
All the work in this laundry is done by hand, and the greatest care
it. exercised in all stages of the work.Prices low.
FRENCH LAUNDRY J. Abadie, Prop.
258 Beretania Street. s Telephone 1401
LOWEST PRICES ON TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED
1028 Nuuanu St.
for Infants and Children:'
Don't Poison Baby.
FOIITY YI'AUH AGO almost every mother thought, tier child must ham
pnrogorlc or laudanum to maW it steep. Theso drugs, will produce sleep,
and a Tew drops too ninny will produce tho slccplVom which there Is
no waking. Many are the children who have been killed or whoso health has
been ruined for lifo by paregoric, laudanum and morphine, each of which is a
narcotic product of opium. Dniggfcls arc prohibited from selling cither of t'.in
narcotics named to children lit all, or to anybody, without labeling tVm
"polton." The definition of "narcotlo" Is: "A medicine which relieves pah.
ami produces steep,-but tchich in poisonous dotes produces stupor, coma, conv.il
lions anil death." Tho taste and smell of medicines containing opium are dis
guised, und sold under the namenof "Drops," "Cordials," "Soothing SyrupH,"'
etc. You ehould not permit any medicine to bo (riven to your children without
you or your physician know of what it Is composed. Caslorlu doc not con-
5 yO, jr. m Guarantees genulao
f Wuzfy&ZeJUAC Castopla
"I bare frcqnrntl fimcrlbrd Cm tori a for com
tuon klluiLUof chtUrctrMlh good tt eulti."
V. A. ClUKDAtL, M. D ,
Buffalo, N. Y.
Ai tho father of thirteen chl'dmi I (rrUlolr
know poinethlne about your great innllclnoand,
bpMe front my own famlljr cxpirlence, I have. In
my y t an of practice, found Caitorla a popular and
cSlclent rimed In i1nast every home.
Wm. J. McCaamr, M I),
find your Cotorta U Ttry beneficial la tiM
treatment of chltdnni all men la '
F. lUTii, M. D ,
HI object to what aro called pa'cnt mcdldoM,
where maker alone know w hat Hull U put In I hem,
but I know the formula of your Caatorla and adl
lU dm In proper cam. I judge It tuta a rcry aw
fat, as well as haxtnJcaa family medicine.'
N. D. But,' M. D , '
Brooklyn, N. T.
Young Man Dies In Bed
-Bad Liquor May
- Be Causfe
Another sudden dentil occurred
Inst night, nud Deputy Sheriff Hose
Is Investigating the affair. Joe
llaulanl, nged 29 enrs, n married
man, drank heavily yesterday, nnd,
returning home, retired to bed.
About 2 o'clock this morning his
wife heard him give a choking kind
of gasp, und on turning to look at
lilin was hoi rifled to sec that he
was dead. .
The polled were notified and tlio
body was convejeil to the morgue,
where n post-mortem will ho held
this afternoon. There Is n Rusplilon
thnt bad liquor may have caused
his death, and tlio contents of tho
stomach will bo tested for polRon.
The deceased was nil employe of M.
Phillips & Co., nnd had been work
ing for different firms around the
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd
MONDAY'next, JAN., 3rd
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
In Use For Over 30 Years.'
B n tl tt :j W tt U tt tt tt tt tl tt tt tt U Mauna Kea l taking a lot of excur-
Pianists tn tho rainy city, ami no
, - f rhYTr tt doubt n number of them will remain
SrUlM I i5 Hi1" """ i,",tc-ul of niuklng the vol-
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Great Boxing Show
In Hilo On Saturday
Tlicro are going to bo some fluo
fights In Ullo on Satin day night,
and no less than threo good con
tests niu billed to be pulled off ill
the U.iluiy Theater.
Tho II it match will bo between
Ah Pool;, tho Illlo Chinese wonder,
and V. I'udduKy, nlno of the rainy
illy. The no will bo oer a slx
rotnid course, and from nil accounts
It will be a willing scran from tho
first tap of the gong.
Then Tom lie Mello will hitch up
with our old friend S.im Hop for
four rounds. The amount of stmisli
thnt good old Sum eau ..assimilate
nnd then do the Oliver Twist net Is
womlei fill. Tho old warrior will
mnh good with 'bo HHo sports
Aftci Sam litis put or Is put tn
sleep, another pair of semppors .will
too tho mark." Clarence, yes, Clar
ence, is tho first name, ami lte nobis
his hind one, will tncMo lien do
Mello, and tho go Is to attend nor
ten rounds. It Is n shame to thlnl:
what might happen to Clnrenco If
oo M. should hit him In the name.
What wero I'm n Mo Smlth'H pcoplo
doing when they overlooked tlio
mime Clarence; The name would
have fitted our Jack like a gloc,
r.ml think of Claieuce Smith up
ng.ilnst Iteglnahl Ueilly.
The management. of the Illlo box
ing tournament guarantee lIo.ui, or
derly bouts, nnd mi ciijoynblo time
(II mound. i:xperleiitcd men will
be In charge of the show, and It
promises to set a now mark In tho
athletic line in Illlo.
Judging from tho way tho Illlo
tports are talking, they expect a
hunch of Honolulu people up for
the i aces und other spoils. Tlio
SOON WILL BEGIN
Plantation In Condition
For Good Results
r This Year
llxeellent reports nro craning !'
fiom Ohm plantation and ham spe
cial Inli'iest on account of tho re
cent n( thin of the Htoikholuc'is au
thorizing a linnil Issue of two million
he hup 1 red thousand dollnrri, not
three million (he bundled thousand
as published in the morning paper.
A letter under d.ito of 0 27 re
ceived from John Watt, tho mana
ger of the pluntatlon, refers to (rrb
splendid ph nlc.il condition of the
piopctty. llxlrittts In point follow:
j "Our Humes are running full now
'so that theie will be no dllllculty
1 about starting the mill at the time
we intended, I. e., on tho morning
1 of Jan. C. I do not rare tn cut rano
licforc Monday, tho 3d, nnd we will
need two das to get a little ahead
and a number of cars gathered into
tho mill jaid.
I "Wo nre very much ahead of what
I wo were a cir ago. Our work Is
well in hand, and 'tho cropi ncier
looked better, .Mr. 8oper, who has
been oil tho plantation from tin
start of the place, volunteered the
lemnik to A. J. Watt n few days ago
that he had never seen such n good
Eland of enno on tho plantation ni
there Is light now. With our light
planting expenses for the coming
teuton we should do much better
than wo have dono In the past."
General Said To Favor
i Leilehua For
It Is anticipated that the site for
the now cavalry barracks that are
to Le built at Schofleld barracks,
and for wlilch $200,000 lias been
appropriated by the war department,
will be selected within the next few
days. General 'Thomas 11. .Harry,
who Is hero to look ocr tho ground
and select a site, will. It Is expected,
ultimately settle upon the Schofleld
Ilanacks to be equipped as n brig
adier post, which Is reported to be
well located from a sanitary point
I The (list nnd third squadrons or
tho I'lftli Cavalry, now stationed at
that post In command of Col. Walter J
S. Schujler, are at present living in
i General Harry Is accompanied by
his nld, C.ipt. Ilobert C. Davis; Col.
,V. L. Klnley. chief of staff, and Col.
John Middle, chief engineer officer.
' Captain Trunk. K. Ferguson, coast
nrtlllery corps, has nlso assumed his
duties as ntd to General Harry.
Combine gr tat efficiency with low cost.
Price $3.00 per Dozen
These Oem Lamps will give you 20 per cent more light
and a 10' per cent reduction in current over the ordinary
16 c.p. lamp. We advise the use of these new lamps in
place of the regular 10 c.p. lamps.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Chief ot Detectives McDuffle Is
tnklng tliAe by the forelock, nnd,
knowing thnt the Chinese New Year
Is not fnr off, would like to warn
people who have chickens to keep
tally on their hlrds.
I There nro si ways many complaints
brought to the police station around
the Celcstlnls' great holiday, nnd It
Is suspected thnt many of tho fowls
find their way )nto n dinner worthy
of the occasion. Mc Unfile, would,
I therefore, ask everyone to keep
watch onMhelr coops nnd In that
I way help the police out of tho prop-
If you've pictures to be framed, you will be glad to
sec the assortment of mouldings recently arrived.
As usual there is a wide choice of styles and woods,
and a good selection of ready-made square, round and oval
We have the best facilities for framing pictures of
all sizes, from miniatures to life size portraits.
Honolulu Photo SupplyCo.
TICK BOYCOTT against Japanese
rtenmers by Chinese merchants has '
oecn removed, it continued ror is
months, and during thnt time Jap
uneso vessels had almost no Chinese
pationage, according to late Oriental
iidvlies. Tlio Kngu Mum, which ar
rived at Seattle Dec. 10, brought
Chinese passengers, this fact con
tinuing tho report of removal of the
You must not expect to' have vcur clothes successfully dved unless
you employ scientific dyers. The F. THOMAS DYEINQ WORKS nte
such. We are the agents.
FRENCH LAUNDRY; J. Abadie, Prop.
258 Beretania Street. Telephone lOl.
WE beg to advise the public , that with the remodelling of pur
establishment we arepin position to give special attentioiv'to
the family trade.
All orders, when requested, will be delivered in scaled pack-,
ages by the Territorial Messenger Service without extra charge.
MAM, AND TEIEPHONL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
W. C. Peacock & Co.. Ltd
WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANTS
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
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