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Japanese Employment Association,
Mmmnken ninr Assl Theater. Call
up phono CS7 If ydn want a cook',
' good boy or servants.
MARIE KENNY, from San Francis
co. Urnmatlc Sttullo. 175 Ucre
tnnla. rlione 33.
fee Sing Kee-Flttmber tad tint-it-,
Smith St.. bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
185 editorial roome 256 bu'
neet office. Theee ire the telephone
number of He Bulletin ofno'a.
COMPLETE STOCK: OF
OFFICE AND POCKET. LEATHER AND CLOTH COV-ERS-.
Combine gr eat efficiency with low coit.
Price $3.00 ijier Doieh
Theie Ocm Lamps will give yon 20 per cbt more light
and a 10 per cent reduction in current over the ordinary
.10 c.p. lamp., We adyite the ,ui a of' these new lamps in
""plat of the regular 1 6 .pTlsinp C
Wo carry the largest and most varied, stock in the islands.
Good furniture at moderate prices. :
Your credit is good. '
J. HOPP & CO.
185 King St.
Hawaiian Iron1 Fence and ! Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDU, ,178-190 K INQ STREET. PHONE 237.
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Estimates given On all kinds of Draying;, Teaming, Bead Building,
Excavating, Filling. 1
- Reliable Supervision
Firewood,, Coal, Waianae Sand For Sale.
Transfer Co., Ltd.
Furniture and Piano Moving.
Scissors, Icnlyes, raiors, saws, lawn
mowers grouna ana snarienea;
good work. Phone 1161. Cor.
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Piano taught in 6mos,,3 month (8
' lessons). Special attention ' lo
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ws Co.. Ltd..
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Why be bald headed and old look
Ing teore your time? Neglect of
tho hair causes dandruff, and dan
draff is the forerunner of falling
hair and-bitdiiess, .The. remedy "ii
A gnUiffljan residing atDnnedlr.,
N.Z.. writes under date Jan.7, 1907:
"It'll with grttltnJ. I write yon that I
have sow spWsdld bd e( htlr, both Ulck
aad-vtry soft, all owing to mr kSTlog ued
voor.wondirfn) Hlr , Vigor., I wis almost
bald Beaded before I ed the Heir Vigor. I
(till ue It ooce aday.rukMaf Itwell istotbs.
root of the heir. IttedtowteresiaU-esp,
ad I am Tiry graUful to A Jit's Hslr Vigor
f or the ImproTeaeBt It has nad Id mjr looks."
- Be warned Jn-time'. Use Ayer
Hair Vgorand preserve your youth.
Corforaiion - Notices
Of Annual meeting of the First Na
tional Bank of Hawaii at Ho
nolulu. .. t A
Notice Is hereby gjven that the
annual meeting of the stockholders
ol The 'First National Bank of Ha
waii at Honolulu will be held at Its
place of business on the corner ol
Fort and King streets In the City of
Honolulu, Island of Oahu and Terri
tory of Hawaii, on Tuesday, the 11th
day of Janunry, 1910, at 3 p. m.,
for the purpose of electing directors
for the ensuing year and for such
other and further business as 'may
be brought before the stockholders
Dated Honolulu, Dec 7th,. 1909,
L. T. PKCK,
448C Dec. 8, 11, 18, 24! Jan. 3, 8,
Amalgamation 0. Brewer & Com
pany. Ltd.. and wm. u, lrwin
& Company. Ltd
The interests heretofore represent
ed by Wm. Q. Irwin 'It Co., Limited,
wlll,-fter Deoaber'-31y 1009, b.
represented by C. Brewer & Com
Plantation drafts on Wm. O. Ir
win & Co., Ltd., after this date, will
be presented to C. Brewer & Com
pany, Ltd., for payment at the Queen
street offices UNTIL WKDNKSDAY,
JANUARY STH, and thereafter at
Fort street offlce (Wm. a. Irwin ft
Co., Ltd., premises).
All monthly bills and accounts
against the firm of Wm. 0. Irwin ft
Co., Ltd., will be presented at Fort
C. BREWER ft COMPANY, (Ltd.)
By E. F. BISHOP, President.
WM. a. IRWIN & CO.. Ltd.,"
By W. M. OIFFARD.
Second Vice President.
Dated, Honolulu, Docember 31,
Big new shipment.
HENRY MAY ft CO., LTD.
BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
BROWN ft LYON CO., LTD.
Alexander Young Bldg.
The Fashion Saloon
Meet your friends there and enjoy
the lunches and drinks.
Hotel Street near Fort.
Delivered to resld emaas
and offices at 28e aat
hundred in 10-lk. Ms
W. O. -ARNHART,
in Msrenam at
Tel. 141." ""
&fe'!ite,, .CO., LTD.
Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats.
Boston Bldgn Fort St.
Removed from 727 Xing St.
1113 Kinau St.
' 8ALOME AT THE NOVELTY.
Tho Salome dance, which attracted
much attention during the 'past eigh
teen months on account of being glv
en In London by Miss Allen, a sister
of Durant, 'a, sister of Durant, the
famous California' murderer, Is to be
portrayed at the Novelty thls'wiek by
Miss Jcannette Cooper, A synopsis of
this dance'by Happy Jnck Walker tit
Halome has been rpnlseiii by John
Baptist, after she has exhausted
an uei ihjwvi w ciiviiuiii 111111. one
appears before Kliig, Herod! at 'his
birthday feast. She ilances at his re
quest, Herod Is' pleased .with her
dancing and promises to grant what
ever she ma ask. Salome, still
smarting under her repulse,. and urKeil
by her mother Herodlas,sks for the
head of -John the Baptist. Herod, with
great reluctance, grants her requost.
The feast Is aver,, tho heai of John
Is brought In a chargor to Salome;,
whose revenge is 'now complete, for
John, who would not as much as turn
his head to look at her, shall now be
hold, her In all .her, beauty. In her mad
frenty, she caresses and Kisses the
head. 8ho attempts to dance but lit
stricken with fear. She is terrlflud
as she rcalltcs lhe horror. o .(what she
has done! she Is .overwhelmed lit a
ray of hope flashes over her sinking
soul; can she. earn forgiveness by con
stant prayer and sacrifice; she swoon3
In a heap upon the floor.
V n I
"The Arabian Pilgrimage" is tho
feature fit mat the Park tonight.
These pilgrim- have long .been a
matter of great hUtorlcat Interest and
this 'fact should make this film well
Worth seeing. It, shows a pilgrimage
to Mecca with Its Dancing Dervishes.
The Two Pigeons, one of Pathe's beau
tiful colored' films, wilt add much to
tho enjoyment of tho program. Geo:
Milne win singe Illustrated songs and
the Helnotte Sitters will have a new
and -pleasing song: Vlerra's Orches
tra will render musical numbers and
this alone should make the Park the
most enjoyable flace In town in spend
an .'evening,, .viewing good clean vau
deville and motion pictures., 7
VAUDEVILLE AT THE BONINE.
An extremely Interesting program
of 'vaudeville has been arranged for
this wcelc at tho-Bonlne. Mrs: Sibyl
Reld, the clever dancer, has been se
cured to give a aeries of; character
dances of all nations. Among these
dances will bo those of the! Mexicans,
Scotch and Irish., In addition to the
'character dances there wlh be other
delightful novelty dances: A new
tenor for. Honolulu has been, seemed
in the person of U C. 8Breve. He
will give a choice selection of vocal
music, Mrs. Reld will dance at 8 .and
9' o'clock and Mr. Shreve will render
hfg part, of tho program at 8:15 and
DANCE TOMORROW .NIOHT.
Tho Tuesday nlsht 'dances at the
New Dance Mall on Kukul street arc
proving the most 4opular of, all the
week as the Interval between Saturday
and Tuo'sday night gives the dancers
of tho. town u chance for a rest, as
well as the musicians who supply the
music. There will undoubtedly bo a
large crowd at this hall tomorrow
night add It you enjoy good dancing
you should Join them as everyone Is
The Empire as usual has arranged
a fine series of motion pictures for
tho week's program. The singing of
the Holy City by Miss Qallln has
proved so popular that It will be con-'
tinued this week and several orhe
good, vaudeville features ' will bo In-'
eluded in tho bill.
Y. M. C. ArTcrnls
On Saturday the final of the Y. M.
C. A. teunls tournament was played
and Livingstone showed how good
he Is by defeating Garden tljree
sets straight. 6-2, 6-0, C-l. The
class of tennis put up by the men
was good, and the score on paper
looks worse than It really was.-as
many of the games went to deuce
and vantage several times.
Carden met 'and defeated Louis
In the semi-finals, and he did the
trick In two sets straight. 6-0, S-2.
Carden played a nlces game and with
r, little more experience ne win mnxe
the best men exert themselves.
The Y, M. C. A. tournament, was
a great success, and everyone who
took part In It Is anxious to have
apother one before long; The
members are taking a deal! of Inter
est ln.tho.irnmo. and there will be
much practice glng on at the courts
every afternoon In, the futuro. The
courts are in good order and some
grand exercises i-au be gotteu after
business hours by men who are
cooped up alt day In offices.
, A flue Ilea of wool sweaters, silk
gloves, kid cloves, baby ribbon and
silk lisle hosiery has just been 're
ceived by Miss Kate Woodard 'and Is
on sale at her store on Fort street, next
to the Convent. '
I r -y '
10 give the biggest
possible cake of
the best possible
soap for the least possi
That is, and always has
been, the policy of the
manufacturers of Ivory
That it is the right'
policy is proven by .the':lu
fact, that the saleaofnJk
rVory Soap grow greater,"
year by year.
990-Per Cent. Pure
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
Jtut oppoiiu Hottl St Frnd
European Plan SI .60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Sttel and brick structure, furnish
ings cost $300,000. High cUu hotel
at moderate rates. Center of theatre
and retail dlitrlet. On carllnes trans,
f erring allover city. Omnibus meets
U trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognised as
addressVTrawett." ABC Code.
Army and Navy Headquarters,
Three Hundred rooms, nearly all
with batto. Circulating ice water
to each mom. Built, equipped and
conducted! to please the really criti
cal. Half a block from Union
Square, two blocks from Market St,
Convenient to principal shops, thea
ters and 4 railroad offices. Omnibus
at all steamers.
Special attention to Honolulu trade.
Without lath $1.50 per day up
With batih 8.00 pet day up
juais taoie a note or a la cane
Xanajrement of Gus C Lara.
But our 'stock was so large and
assortment so complete that we can
still show you almost anything in
cur. line that will make a respectable
NEW YEAR'S OUT ,.
113 Hotel St.
1129. Fort St.
FINE ROLLS AND BUNS.i
BOSTON BAKED 'BEANS.
BOSTON BROWN BREAD.
BEST HOME-MADE BREAD IN
Ring up 187.
FRAMED PICTURES 7
for gifts at
Wing On Chonijfo
Bethel St., Between Xing
Cing and Hejtj.'
Hotl ft Union.
I tor investment
306 Judd Bldg., City. .
Los. Angeles. Cal. A
0 QdOO O CKDO
Young men to enroll for night class
es In bookkeeping, shorthand,
t pewfltlng, mechanical drawing,
llngllsh and arithmetic at Y. M.
,. ( . iA. Second term begins Jan. 3.
( lass fees low. Inquire today.
lotppctent bookkeeper for wnoie
Jhleitfnde.' State experience, ref
erences and salary expected.. Op
portunity for advancement un
limited. Address V. 0. Box 523.
Wanted by two couples, bonril nnu
lodging wBh private family. Best
of references exchanged. E, O,,
Bulletin office. 4506-21
Medium - sired .trunk; must be In
good condition. Address It., Bul
Graduate Nurses for Plantation
hospital. Apply 'Young offlce, 10
to 11 a. m., 5 to 7 p. m, 4504-31
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin of
A young man desires n position as
assistant in office or wholesale
house; good references. Address
W...E. B Bulletin office. 4487-tt
Horse; light sorrel gelding; silver
tall and mane; brand on near
hind leg with "L. P." Finder
please return to L. Benny, 848
Young St., or phone 581. 4504-3t
Pass book No, 322C, Thomas Ellott
In account with the First Amerl
enn Savings. W. W. 'Wright,
guardian of Thomas Ellott.
Scotch collie dog, Watcrhouse
Trust Co. will pay reward to find
For Health and Beauty
Come to 'see them. v
Cor. Fort and Xing Sts.
f Phone 131.
Come aid lean autieplan at
TOWNSEND mfDHTAXDT. CO,
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VVIMU ( Vff .
Pau Ka Hana
The soap that does the work.
At all 'Grocers.
IMITATION WHISKY TAPE
HONOLULU DANcnra ACADkHY
Meets Monday and .Friday nights at
8:30 o'clock, xiiona-Jt Art Mague,
Under the direction of
New Dances a Specialty.
Information furnished by Otto
Bnrmeiter, at WALL. NICHOLS CO.,
King, it' a, Telephone Store-861.
yn.i u'-, . .
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OokV: of Deeds for California
few York; NOTARY PUItTCj
.Iraat Marriage Licenses f Braws
Itortgites, Deeds, Bilk Of SaH,
tWaejWills. Its. Atteraey fee tha
Harriet courts. t mmmbmaxi
It.NOLULUt P10H1 BIO,
'Bicycle shop and general repairing
"""j"-""-""r r: P
' work- opcouty in nicaue,
HsV. m ROW pUted woric
J I V KINO, OPP, ALAPAl BT.
Furnished front room: ?10 per
month. Small housekeeping
room, suitable for one person, $
per month, at 15C3 Nuuanu St.
Furnished rooms for working men;
II week up. 1281 Fort St,
furnished vrcoms. Apply Mrs.
McConn.U, 1223 Emma St.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Cool furnished rooms and cottage,
with or without board. 1C34
Nuuanu Ave,, near School St.
Prices moderate. 4460-tI
Diamond, and jewelry bought, sold
and exchanged. J. Carlo, Fort St.
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto,
Ailmeiits 1 .
178 BERETAN1A AVE., near 1MMA
Bath and Electrical Treatment.
Real Estate Agent.
137 MERCHANT STREET. .
FOR SALE '
Residence on Beretania St., Kapio-
lani Park Addition lots, Xapahula
lots and other property.
AND OFFICE, DIARIES
Wall, Nichols & Co.
Chas. R. Franco
Vme371, 122 -if l
WING WO TAI & CO.
841 Nuuanu St.
GEO; A. MARTIN,
lu-uss Sulla for N.
All kinds In rolls and sheets.
SUPPLY CO., ITB.
Fort and Queen Its., Honolulu.
Tel. ilO. ' 0. Guild. Gea. Maa.
American Steam Uuhdry
W. R'iCelNTYRE, Manager.
FIRST-CLASS LADNDRT WORK
1382 Liliha Street, earner Tlaeyard.
IT TASTES CLIAH .
BECAUSE IT IS CLXAl
b pleaaant tad whole-.
some. "There's a
fersnee." The Baby
notices it instantly.
THE POND DAIRY.
A fall Assortment, sises WW
to 48"xl80", and gauges No, 18 to
No.- 26 just to hand.
. we a sheet meuu worn ,tt au,
kinds, and .guarantee . satialaetlon.
Tour patronage is solUlted,
UOKPT ATTENTION TO I0BBING
EMMELUTH ft CO., LTD.
Phone 211. 1 King St.
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