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EVENING: BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., MONDAY, JAN. 3, 1910.
Have You Seen the VERTICAL LAWN EDGER
CAPITOL LAWN TRIMMER and EDGER COMBINED?
Madame Pele Spit Fire
For Many Touring
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd
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These cuts will show you what they look like.
The Vertical Edger will cut the over-hanging grass from the edges perfectly, as fast as a man can walk. The steel finger guard picks
up the clinging grass from walks, etc. The depth of cut can be regulated at pleasure. -With it the gfass edges can be kept neat at small ex
pense and with an immenie saving of labor.
THE "CAPITOL" docs what no other machine can do and what lawn mowers leave undone. It trims and edges your lawn with re.
markablc speed and perfection; the shield over the blades protects the flowers. A trial will convince you, as it has thousands of others, that the
day of shears, clippers, etc.. is past. This machine has four crucible sttel blades six inches in length, which are hardened and tempered in oil,
swivel bushings, double adjustment in fact, is strictly high grade. Universal verdict "fills a long-felt want." You cannot afford to be
Besides these special trimmers we hate a full line of Lawn Mowers from the 12-inch hand mowei up to the 30-inch horse mower.
Call and see the new Edge" and Trimmers.
E. O. HALL & SON, LTD.
NO BLARE OF BAND
TO WELCOME HIM
Continued from raze I)
lilnm. In tliu Bjiotlo tanks the vcsmI
lairlei it linlf-mllllon gold In colnngu
Asiatic imssonKcrH bound for tlio
Orient I in I ml (J IOC JnpuncMc und US
Tht- Tn)o Mum Ik ndertfaul to
in t nuns' for lup.in porU mid Hour
koiiR nt ! o'clock tills t'VctilnK.
r Sukctndii Ho Is a prominent olllelnl
(ouuvitid with tlio vvldt'l) known Jler
cintllu .Marino Ilurcuii of Japan. Ha
tins boon lulling 111 tlio United Status
und the (ontlnent, KiitlicrltjK up new
lileiw for tlio conduct of that particu
lar In mull of tho sorlio.
IC Mntsiiburn Is ntLompanled by
Mrn Mntsubiirii, wliu nru ritiirnlug
fmm the tiiltod Stutts on Kuvi'. Mat
Hiibitin has btou tliu Jnpnnuiio consular
I lopresentathu stationed nt Chicago,
J Illinois. ;
The Chlun (oust raprescntatho of
I the Itobcrt Dollar Steamship Coin-i
I pnny. In thu person of Mr. 11. K. Hove,'t
will lcae tlio lonjo .Mnru nt swing-,
J On board tho Japanese liner Is n '
i well known newspaper publisher, WIN
Ham Culklns, who for social jenrs
. p.ibt lias been nt the head of thu Cal- i
kins Syndicate of papers which aro ls-j
sued from a number or plates through-'
out California and Oregon. Mr. Cat-'
kins Is accompanied by Mrs. Calkins
and the aro making a round trip of
the Orient. While In charge of the
Calkins SnJlcute, the publisher con-
(lolled tho destliiles of the I'andk of
tho Puss, n dally paper in Oakland,
tho Sun I'rniK Imovfllobc, tho Fresno
llcinld, and several papers, both dally
and weekly, published In Southern Cal
ifornia. J. M. Mntedo. tho Peruvian consu
lar representative at Olasgow, Scot
land, lias been transferred to Hong
kong, China, und ho Is traveling by
tho Teno .Mnru to station.
Preaching the gospel of Mum's
champagne, K. J. Maz7Uchl, Is. Jour
neying to the Far Kast by tho liner.
Ho will make a general tour of tho
Orient beforo nguln taking nip tho cam
paign In tho States.
Tho Old Year was escorted over tho
side mid the New Year was welcomed
In nnpruvid style on board tho Tenyo
Mnru. Purser Lacy Goodrich looked
after the temporal requirements of tho
fifty or moio cnbln passengers under
his chaige, while Koorcnu J. I..
Hrandt, a traveling rclnllnt, con
ducted a rousing -natch night sen Ice,
which fittingly rounded out the dlng
Major General Harry held a recep
tion In Major Dunnlug's quarters on
New Year's l)ay nt Tort Shafter, Neai
ly all of trie oniceiH of tho various
military posts throughout tho Island
paid their respects. Tggnng w.tj thu
cheering boverngo of tliu d-iy, made
from a recipe by Major Dunning.
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nest office. These are the telepMn
It was a tired but lnppy lot of ov
curslonlsts who ni lived -at Honolulu
early this miming by1 the good ship
Manna Kea. 'They coujdn't auk for
better weather both going nnd return
lug on our special trip to Hllo," was
the declaration niado bj Captain Free
man, the favorite skipper of tho "fei
r j -boat."
Coming back tho eskel steamed
through sens almost as placid as the
proverbial mill pond. Old Neptune
was In his most amiable mood.
Tho pirtj returned Intact, ho
vouches Hie genial pursci Phillips.
They had sufficient to e.U ami the
nasslng of the old setr ami tfle wel
coming of tho new was heralded b
bumpers of rare vintages.
A few of the one liundrc 1 and tvvon-t-flvo
excurBlonlstn whlled nway tho
two dajs ta at Hllo, The larger
portion took In the whole show and
Madum Pete's abode wa's visited at
the crater's edge. Mine Host I.jcur
gus had more business on hand than
a btlng pig upon a drj.Siindiy In Ho
nolulu, Tho excursion to the Volcano was
voted In over) way a completo suc
cess. Tho Manna Kc.i Is now taking
on her regular consignment of cargo
prcpnintury to sailing for Maul and
Hawaii ports at noon tomorrow.
PRIORY TO OPEN
Tho opening of tho new St. Au
di ew's Prloi) is to tuke place this
evening nt 8 o'clock.
It wns Impossible to send Invita
tions to nil whtuii the faculty would
like to have Invited. Old pupils,
parents of present pupils, officers of
the episcopal churches of the city,
the clergy and other church work
ers had to bo considered first. The
I assembly hall of the new Priory 1st
not large, because the David Mem
orial Hall Is 'so near that It can bo
used for largo gatherings.
Tho principal and faculty of the
Priory beg to announce that they
will bo at home to nil friends on
each of the Friday afternoons of
January, when they will be glad Jo.
bhow people the building.
We have placed on sale our entire
stock of the celebrated
-PRINCESS SLIPS, CHEMISES,
You must not expect to have your clothes successfully dyed unless
you employ scientiflo dyers. The F. THOMAS DYEING WORKS nre
such. We are the agents.
FRENCH LAUNDRY; J. Abadie. Prop.
258 Beretania Street.
PRAISE FOR HAWAII
San. Francisco Call, Dee. 27. Oeo
V". Woodruff, who icicntly resigned u
position ns Torrl)oilal Judge of tho
ilnvvalluti Islands,1 was ono of tho pas
sengers on tho steamship Korea that
readied port yesterday. Woodruff
said Hint he resigned to accept a moio
lucrative position as general counsel
of the Pocnhonkns collieries with of
fices In Now Ycftk. Tho mines are In
West Virginia. ' .
I have never spent' n more dfjllgjit1
fill five months In my life," Judgd
Woodruff said 'jesterdnv, "and were It
not mccsEsiy for me to accept some
thing more lucrative than tho position
of a Judgeship I should have remained
all my days In the islands."
Woodruff was Assistant Attorney
(ciicmI and head of tho iQgal depig
ment of the Department of tho Inte
rior during (inrlleld's sccritarvshlp.
Ho gavo many valuable opinions In fa
vor of tho acquisition 'of the Ilelch
Ilekhy and Lake Klentior vvntoi proj
ects by this city.
"I do not think Hint the present nil
ministration Is at variance on funda
mental questions with the Hoosevelt
j covernmejit,". Woodruff said.
January Sale Beginning Monday, January 3rd, 1910
Best Assortment of WASH MATERIALS ever
shown in Quality, Variety and all the Latest Shades
Fancy Repp Pongee
Satin Stripe Poplin
PINK, LIGHT BLUE, COPENHAGEN, CHAMPAGNE, NAVY. NILE. WHITE. SKY PINK0LD ROSE, FAWN, LAVENDER, CO- TAN, PINK, LIGHT BLUE, CREAM. PONGEE, NILE, MSD. BLUE,
OLIVE GREEN, LILAC. OLD APRICOT. PENHAGEN. LAVENDER, COPENHAGEN, NAVY. GREEN.
THESE GOODS ARE ALL NEW AND WASHES SPLENDIDLY. PERMANENT LUSTRE AND ABSOLUTELY FAST COLORS.
Regular Price 45
at Per yd. 35c
34 INCH STRIPE INDIA HEAD . -
all Colors, regular price 25c, at 17 l-2c.
In New Designs.
Per Pair .50c and up
Pongee and Satin
' Reduced flora $12.50, $13.50, $16,50 to $10 00, $11.00, $12.50
34 INCH PLAIN INDIA HEAD
all Colors, regulor price 25c,-at 17 l-2c.
r Latest Patterns
Per ynrd i , 15c to 75o
., Ladies Skirts
No Two Skirts Alike
Reduced Prices From $3.50 to $21.50
A NEW LINE OF COAT SWEATERS
FOR LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN; SINGLE AND DOUBLE BREASTED. ., $1.00, $2.50, $3.50
38 inches wide ' '
Regular Price 12VgC and 20c ; now at , 15c and lOo
Misses and Children Coats
Cravenctte and Rubberiitd
Reduced from $3.50, S3.00, $9,50, $10.00 to
$5,00, $0.00, $7.00, $7.50 and $8.00
LADIES KIMONOS AND SACQUES
III FLANNELETTES AND CREPE EFFECTS; TRIMMED WITH RIBBONS AND SATIN BANDS. , .
PRICES from -. v.f 75c to $5.00
Made of the Won't-Crack Taffeta, in Navy, Black, White, Pink,
' Blue, Brown, Grey, at each $4.00 and $5.00
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LADIES TAILOR-MADE SUITS
Handsomely finished: lined with Satin: Plain and Braid Trimming.
Reduced from $15,00, $20 00. $22 50, $25.00, $30.00, $35.00 to
, . .$11.25, $15.00, .$17.50, $20.00, $22.50, $20.50
NEW HEATHERBLOOM SUITS
Tucked with Deep Flounce, in Black, llavy, Brown, etc.
Nicely Embroidered Lace. Trim-mings, Regular prices from 50o to
$1.60. Now. . . 25o to $1.00
Infants Silk Caps
Nicely embroidered Lace Trim
mines. Regular prices from 50o to
Now , 25c to $1.00
MUSLIN UNDERWEAR , -
JUST OPENED AND ALL beino nr.niifiF.n ppiwfiF.ss KT.iPR noMPiHATinM nwr.Misr.s I
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amnio, miAWrata, UlUlSfcX UUV-fcilb, HIUHT UUWNS. ,
Infants Wash Caps
Fancy Plain and Tucked; trimmed
..!1L T,f- T T.l-I J lYlULniia
.Villi X1UC J.IUC XiUKUlK UUU IVlUUum,
Rcmilar uricss from 50c to S1.50.
JNow . . . ., 25c to $1.00
A COMPLETE LINE OF
LACES IN ALL GRADES AND QUALITIES. REDUCED'TO 25C PER D0Z. AND UPWARD TO 75C YARD.
ALSO A VERY COMPLETE LINE OF
RANGING IN WIDTHS FROM ONE-HALF INCH TO A HALF FLOUNCE.
RANGING FROM 50 PER YARD TO
NEW SHIRT WAISTS
Silk Waists Black, Blue, While, Pink. Green, Tuscan. .
Net Waists White, Cream, Ecru, Blade
Fine Lawn Waists.
Linen Waists, etc '
L. B. KERR & CO., Ltd.
ALL REDUCED. TRICES
SUifl'-ia J J
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