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nVCNINO I10LM:TIN, HONOLULU, T. H THURSDAY, JAN. 6, 1910.
CHICAGO'S LIVE STOCK EXHIBITION
HOLDS "WORLDS RECORD
Shoes f Repaired
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Itestand Cheapest Work in the City
By our special mnchinrry wc have by far the best
facilities for quick and substantial repairs to shoes of all
kinds. A shoe repaired in this shop is handled in the
tame manner as when first made at the factory, and when
wc r.rc through it is every bit as good as new.
Men's half soles and heels $1.25
Regal Shoe Store
Cor. Km; nnd Bethel
The Superiority of Hand Work
over midline work is shown in the beautiful finish on the
Blurts and collars laundered by us. Let us prove it.
ritENCH LAUNDRY. J. ABADIE. Prop.
PIPES nnd CIOAR BOXES. 'MATCH SAFES. SHAVINQ
CUPS, MIRROR, MILITARY BRUSHES, WATCHES, STUDS,
LINK BUTTONS, SCAR1" PINS, RINGS, and a host of other
11 ' .4 2 ft v' '. a ULvSaKaTafamlaV
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for Infant! and Children.
. What is Castoria?
CASTORIA la hmrmleas nbatltntq hr'Cater OIT,
Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Nympa. It 1
pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance (Narcotic stupefy). It
age Is Its guarantee. It destroys Worm and nllaj
Fererlahneis. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Collcl
It relieves Teething Tronhlea, cures Conatlpatlon
and Flatulency. It asalmllates the Food, rcffnlntc
the Stomach and Bowels, glTlng healthy and nnturnl
sleep. The Children's Panncea The mother's
"Mr rUaM tawUMr praln tho tetlon o ror
Cwtorik." W. W.TuTl, M. I),
Bat klo, W. T.
uZcAMX ofRcnuinu CiMlurln
"I OK yoor CutorL mil farm IK in In ill
fkolllci wtcf there r I chlll"i
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All goods guaranteed es represented. Prices are right.
M. R. COUNTER "
1142 Fort St.
EXQUISITE MILLINERY ,
1028 Nuuanu St.
Look Out For Ants
AFTER THE RAIN. IT'S THE TIME THEY GET INTO
THE REFRIGERATOR AND THE PANTRY. "BLACK
MARIA" IS A GOOD THING TO DRIVE THEM FROM
THE HOUSE. SOLD ONLY BY US.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
, "( Afstralian?Rutter
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IS BETTER THAN THE OTHER. XEEPS FIRM
i V J LONGER AND HAS A PERFECT FREEDOM FROM
! STRONG TASTE OR ODORS. , j
! THE SUPPLY IS LIMITED. - ;
i.v Metropolitan Market
I J I W, F. Hcilbron, Prop. Phone222.
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All (.utile trails now le.nl to UlileaGo. una the reason thereof Is tltc Krcat International live stock ex
position, wliltli bcfi.iV on Nov. 27 and laRtcil to I)c. 10. DurliiK tlid Bcoml week of the llvo stock exposi
tion the CIiUhko horse show whs held, mill the events combined broUKht.fcj tlio city by the lnke the clmniMotiH
of nil the. other horse and cattle shows of the jcar. Chicago hnd tho biggest crowd since the World's 'fnlr
of 1893 ii'ml provided a series of surpassing entertainments for tho lsltnrs. Kery ranch und horso farm In
the country that bonstB pedigreed stock wils replesiutcd at one or tho other of the big etcnts. nnd It Is esti
mated that the sales of blooded horses nnd cattle penciled fir Into I lie millions of dollars. The prlzo list
of cups, medals and rash was tho biggest ecr offered to the cattlo nnd horse breeders in this country. Ilotli
shows ate ojen to the world. A feature of the hoise show was the draft horse class, which brought togeth
er a finer nrni of hiav) horses lluin did either the London or New York show.
FLAG RARELY SEEN
IN FOREIGN PORTS
jt& i Weekly Bulletin SI Pen Year
"It lb u pobltho disgrace to tho
United States that there is bcaicely an
American ship to bo seen In anj port
of the world." was tho emphatic state
ment mado by (Seorge Compere, the
wUIknoNvn entomologist, who rttmiul
cd In the Unci China from u trip that
encircled tho giobo. '
Comiiero hus dono more than any
other man to rid California orchards
of Insect pests, In tho opinion of pro
minent hortlcultiiitsts. In his pel equ
ations over the world halng discover
ed und Intioduccd hero scores of para
sites which have eradicated ailons or
On this last oagc, which began In
Juno of last )eur. Coinpue lslted
Km ope nnd tho Orient, occasionally
sending home beneficial insects to the
Statu Horticultural Commission nt Sac
luiuento. Ho lirln, with him six
species of led scale parasite for tho
orange, pests of tho Southern Califor
nia orchards, tho Insects having been
found In tho Philippines," Japan nnd
Speaking of tho hcurclt) of Anurl
cun merchant tssels, Compcro waxed
eloquent, "Nowhere, except In tho
poit or Hongkong or tho Ifitermccllato
ports at which thoy cull, do ou seo
anj thing but an occasional 1'ailtle
Mall steamer lljlng the Aiucilciin llag,
and lhis(i steamers of tho I'aclflc Mall
ni not present In an great nnmheis
In the foreign poits. It Is oxcicdliiMj
Be(lpm Jhnt on0 sees the Ameilcan
flag In mo othii of tho poits or tho
Orient, or In anj 'foreign ports for that
"So iittcily poor Is tho showing mule
by the American (lag. In fact, that one
hears It commented upon eu'rjwhue
and I confess thai I have ritquuitl)
felt ory much ashamed of the con
dltlon of our shipping And men of
other countries do not seem to hesitate
to speak about It, and nsk perlltienl
questions. It Is so oorywhere I have
been no American ships or stdimcis,
nnd iKilukd icm.uks about It bj roi.
"At the biinio time one sees the gieut
stoumslilps of tho Noitli tluiman l.lnjd
Company caii)lug hnndieds of thou
sands of dollars' worth of men ban
illsn mill marhliioiy to pints whlili
should bn soned b Ainorlriii WcmiIh
Tho fuiiuo with tho iirlilsh nml olhors
all (iirr)lng big mrgoes to tho'l'nr
IKast, and not an American vessel or
cargo In sight. One Iihh onlj (o lslt
foreign ports to sco the trcmcudoiis
' llllulnnHU. ltttf jtiinn liv lit,, u.ilial.llv.
. , ,.vr..r .,-..v f ...u .,...,1,.,...
cil shlpspi Jithci' countries, mid to see
the actual need of a siibsld) for our
own merchantmen. With subsidized
ships we could send hugo cargoes to
foreign ports, nnd thero would bo -no
end to the trndo that would spring
up. I know- this. American goods
would find not be shipped theie In
American nliiii ronipellng wlfh (he
subsidized foreign ones. The people
of tho United Slates do nut leullzc
tho pathetic condition of theli foielgn
CUBA MAKES BIG
AH of Last Year's Cron Ha Been
Shipped. Holds Enough For Home
Consul Mnx J, ilachr of Clenfno
pos fuinlshes tho following Infor
mation conccrnllig tho Inst and tho
lomlng sugar tiop of Cuba:
With recent shipments of sugar to
the United States all sugars sold for
export tluough tho different ports of
tho Island have been shinned, there
onlj remaining In storage that which
Is needed for home consumption.
Present Indications not only point
to an Inciease' In the coming ocr
last j car's sugar tiop, the largest
ever produced In Cuba, but nlso to
nit unprecedented price, which Ms
presumably duo to a shortage of
400,000 tons in thoKtiropcan crop,
An Indication of what -Is In store
for tho sugar giowcis nro tho sales
which have been effected hero din
ing Novembor, An hnpoitmit nlant-
ci sold dlreit to tile United Stntcs
three shipments ( 60,000 to 80,000
sacks) at pi Ices varjlng from 2 f-8
to 2 .1-4. cents per pound, cost nnd
Height, to bo shipped In January
und March. It Is known nlso that
anothei siilo of from no, 000 to 75,-
doi) b.ujfs has been mado, varjlng
piobably fiom 2 S-8 b 2 11-10 cents
per pound. , , '
Advanio pajments have been
mado for sugais to bo iccelved In
Jjiiii try and Kcbrunry at prices that
will exist In the market on the day
That part of tho coming sugar
crop which will bo exported from
Clenfuegos is estimated at 2,030,000
bags, the output of estates. Which
produced during the two last sugar
seasons 1,0110,000 und' 1,174,000
Sam Sunflower "Yo' nm think of
going away nnd pliijlng pollc) In do
Pcto Persimmon "Yeas, I am think
ing about going to Washington en In
vestigating dnt 'open door' policy jo'
lieali so much nliout."
"DiHBf BrmMlriJ yrtetln I kno f nrml
twMwhcnytmrCtilortftitAifrMfflbM a4 SMtl
with good ttlulu.' K.Uouma, M, ft,
St. Lnali, Mo.
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"Tow Cutorlt It trtUMfxni grMlMt tmnMy
for clilldra I know of. I know so olhtr pio
fiitujtnfnUM which la (u rntl."
B. B. ftcawARi r, V. D ,
luw air, Mo.
"Tonrrwlortsltlh" Vl rcil li ihi wmll
for hlldrtn o4 Ihfonlr oni no nl rvni
mend.'' Aosu V. Swzti.ii. 'I. I) .
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"IIiitoo'H joof CttiorU i. porcti'lto H Iho
of chllilfeii for Venn pat nli itiiwi lup
tStct, uA fill n4orM It k Mlo rrm4;."
B. D. Bis, M. I ,
Children Cry for Fletcher' Castoria.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Wc carry the largest and most varied stock in the islands. '
Good furniture at moderate prices.
Your credit is good.
J. H0PP.& GO.
185 King St.
UMBRELLAS ? p
Some stylish and all are
Substantial and Waterproof
Evening Bulletin 75c. Per Month
YES, advertising "runs into
money," but it's cheaper,
to start today than tomorrow.
The man who " wins out" is he
who seizes the opportunity that
his competitor merely sees.
The Bulletin offer he oncbi, advcrtjsinB opportunity of
aii. Nearly everybody in thejslands reads' itj, believes in it, 'buys' 'u
s through its influenced 'tian you 'neat ('iH r'' f
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Aro the ART GOODS shown in the
ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP,
On Fort Street below Kiiir. m They ate exclusive in most instancei.