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EtENlN'O BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY. JAN. 11.1910
Here's the Chance of a Lifetime!
Having taken over the stock of LMVVIS & CO. for flic purpose
of dosing it out we will absolutely slaughter prices on
Enameled Kitchen Utensil's
Pots, Pans, etc.
Crockery, Glassware, Baskets,
THE SALE IS NOW ON
AT LEWIS a CO.'S STORE
You cannot look at these goods and note the prices without
buying. To close out the stock, and close it out : quickly,
prices have been marked below, wholesale cost. Come now;
the goods will not last long at the sacrifice prices.
Theo. H. Davies & Co.,
TOM JAMES DIED
RECENTLY IN LONDON
Popular Steward So Well
Toin'jnines, onep the popular stew
ard of the steamship Australia, tiled
recently In London. .News of his
death came In n letter from his wife
In u Recent mull. She states that
her IiiikIiiiikI died after mi IIIiipsh or
nearly nix month. It Is her Inten
tion to vlalt Honolulu, to loot, after
licr business Intercuts here, the pres
ent home of tlic University Club be
ing her piopcrty.
Tom James Is known to every o..i
timer who traveled between this city
anil 'Sun Francisco. on the Ocennlc
line. Cnptnln Houcllette, Chief Ncl
ninn and James were a combination
that hecumu almost a part of tho
romniunlty throiiRli their long ser
vice In local transportation. .1 nines
set tlio pace for all steamships of tho
I'ncinc by the excellence of the "ta
bic'' he prepared for his gnosis.
k TRIAL ORDER
MAKES REGUIAR CUSTOMERS
Wc give such snecial attention to o:tr wool and coal customers that
the first onlr always means steady orders thereafter. Best quality,
full measure, lowest prices.
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co-, Ltd.
Fort St., below Merchant. Phone 281.
WE SELL ONLY THE MOST EFFECTIVE
IT IS CLEANING-UP TIME HERE, AND YOU MAY AS
WELL HAVE THE BEST.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
The Agency of the
Now at 1139 Fort Street
Supervisors Would Have
Tho rovcral Malls now occupying a
prominent position In tho old flshmur
ket seriously Interfere with tho pro
IKised dccoratlvu scheme for thu Im
provement mid bcautlAcatiim of tho
flshmafket situ as a city park accord
ing to a sentiment expressed by iiu'iii
hers of thu city and county road com
Tho matter of removal of tho stalls
Is entirely up to Mnrston Campbell
Superintendent of Public Works.
Supervisor Qiilun Is chairman of thu
cominltleo that has to do with parks
and road matters. Qiilnu does not
hcsltato In declaring Unit repeated ef
forts lime been inado to have tho com
mercial markH of disfigurement
cleared from tho flbhmarkct.
"TJiat. phico' couNI bo undo lain a
lino park if the Public Works Depart
ment would cooperate wllh tho city
In relieving tho premises (if those uu
sightly shacks," Insisted (Jnlnn this
"Tho mlscrablo 11 1 1 la rovomia do
lived from rentals is nothing In com-
parlMin to thu lictlerinenl of Ih'o pitk
ichema by thu elimination of the
The leaders in the II it 1 1 c 1 1 n
newsboys' contest nro running their
total of sales up Into tho thousands.
and the moio they sell, tiro more In
tense Is tho conflict between tlio
lenders. Qeorgo Hlchnrds, one, ot
the office sellers, has up to tho pres
ent time managed to ictulu tho hlg.i
ost score, hut he Is closely seconded
by Dan Kcallna, who declares that
nl tho finish ho will ho tho owner
of tho lino bicycle offered as first
prize by tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n. There aio
two bicycles, two suits of clothes,
mid two pair, of shoes offered aa
prizes for tho six winners.
These nro"1 prizes that would cx
clto tho Interest of anv sort of boys.
n ud tho klml of Interest tho prizes
luivo lncltcdnmong the 11 u 1 1 c 1 1 n
newsies Is almost phenomenal. Tho
usual nowspapor leader who is not
canvassed at least six times ovcry
evening by six nowttioju Is icrlatnly
Tho contest will close, on Satur
day, January Tl, ahd tho distribu
tion of nrlics and unnoiinicmcnt of
winners wilt bo made on Monday,
Tho louut lo date shows tlio lead
ers to be:
Geo. Richards 3519
Dan Kealiaa 2980
J. Perreira 1695
Jos. Carvalho 749
Tai Chan 677
James Hawaii 1966
Frank Vincent r. 1850
D. Keawc 599
J. Oliveira 579
MAYOR WILL GREET
Mayor J. J. Fern will unnfflcliillv
extend n jvckomu to the lads com
prising the Columbia Purl; Uoys'
Club who nio duo to arrivo at Ho
nolulu on February 1, by tho Cam.-
dlan-Atistrull.iii liner Mtikura.
The club Is returning to the main
land from u successful V'llr of tho
world. They arc a musical jis woll
us athletic organization.
Tho buys will ho received by
Major I'ern nt tho Opera House at
U o'clock on tho morning of their
arrival, according to tho present pio
ginm. (li)crnor Frcar Is slated for n
Bpecch at Piinahou at 2:30 In tho
afternoon, nt which time tho organ
ization will bo presented an lluw-il-Inn
flag, to bo added to their lurg.i
At 3 o'clock will tako placo it
matt li g.unu of bieball,
LARGE BLOCKS OF
STOCKS ARE SOLD
Hawaiian Commercial and
. Paauhau Letd
Water In tho Wa'ilnwn reservoir
rose to sixty-eight feet ami n fraction j
Just to eclebrato the" rlio lit thu pi lea,
of siVgnr that was repotted In tho fcib-i
Tlio stock mat ket also took on u
little Increased activity nt tho pie
vnltlug prices. Home iieoplu call lluvo
prices hl.ili until they look over (ha
IHisslbllltics of the plantations mil
watch tho prlco of cugar.
Over sovcu humltrd shares of Ha
waiian Commeiclnl at 3S was tho larg
est deal reported on tho Hoard. When
this number of shares can elr.mgo
hands without bn-iklng the price. It
pi met the strength of tho plantation
and tho market. Hawaiian Commer
cial and Paaiihuu were bought fioni
In addition to this were 1TS0 shares
of Paauhau at 2g..'17',4 and fiOO shnres
of Oahu at 31, on tho board. Mc
Hrydo sold nt 0.30, l.wa at 33 and Ho
nnkaa nt 21,
Ilctween Ito-inls trniuactlons record
ed tome twenty thousand dollars of
bonds In. varfely. Mcllijdu Cs went
nt 99.30, Kaiinl Hallway lis tit OS, Itnpld
Transit Cs at 1U7 and Koh il.i Ditch f!a
MILLER STANDS BY
(Conlltitied fiom Pago 1.)
Ing near tho wrong or thu wreck for
some il,i)H but Iho action, of tlio .water
Is doing but llttlo nddltluiaj damagoH
to me stramted vessel.
Tho steamer James Mukoo, operated
by tho Miller Salvage Company, Is
Btanillng by tho wieck. The Makeo Is
said lo havi- succeeded In going along,
side tho stranded b.irk at which tlmu
tho transfer .of tho talvago wai made.
Tho work will proceed as long us
tho weather continues fimirublu.
J. N. S. Williams, superintendent or
thu Kahulul railroad Is reimrt,.,! nu
expressing his belief thnt tho Alev
miner mack may yet bo gotten off tho
iccf, with tho removal of the bulk of
tho damaged cargo.
MAMMOTH CANNON IS
world. Is finally "proved."
The teBts to .far are said to huvo
demonstrated tho necessity for a spe-
WASHINGTON. Dee, 22. "Highly i'1'1' l"wdor for tho gun to produce
satlsfacton-'ls the statement of or-i,,,e ?f velocity and hitting pow
i.i, , . ... il'i' without I nu great a pressuie.
flelnU at the navy department today The RU ,, 5: feot c' ,. u.ie8
In dosi tilling tests of Iho 1-1 Inch; long, weighs f.3 tons, .hoots u sholl
gull now In pingreai ul Indian Head, weighing 1,400 pound, , uses lIlMi
Mil. YUf shots hav been (lied mid pounds of powder nt each shot and
i lie or two typrn will lin.nerow.nry hns n mu.-7.ln tplcirlty of 2,(.no mm
)ief;iii) thin gun, Iho biggest In Ilio'wcruuU.
- NEATEST OF ALL
ICittructs frtit'i thn mpoi-r .f l.upic-
tlo.i or United States n II, .11 pists
throughout' tho countiy, madi- by tlio
Inspector (Icnerul for the ear 11)09
contain special lefcrenco to Kort Shat
ter, The roport stales that Kurt Shifter
is tho cleanest, us well nu thu host
kept punt 111 tho United Ktnles,
That Is cousldcinblo In Biy of a
uillltaiy post under four years of ugn.
A visit to this ''cleanest "post In tlio
United StnlcH" will convlnro thn ord
Itinry clllzeii that does not belle the
statement of thu Inspector genoril.
Pity Iho soriows of thu nun who
has 11 illsagieenble buss In (hn ollirn
nnil another nt lintno. Chlrngn ltoo-niil-Uoriili1,
UP HER TIME
(Continued from Pncn i.
lis well lis about three li nn.li ...I u. 1. u
of mainland mall.
Tho freight list Intended for Ho
nolulu, will total 22011 limn ,vMI.
sonio CU0 tons will bo taken' to Ka
hulul .for discharge. A half dozen
pussengerH tire ulso destined for tho
Maul port. .
Mrs. V. I-. Tonnoy and .Master 1.'.
Tenncy were among tho returning
passengers from tho mulnlnnd. Mrs.
(I. P. Castle also returns from n visit
to tho Coast.
V. D. Crecdnn of tho Hawaiian
trust Company Is bark from a vaca
tion spent In tho United States. W.
P. Johnson of the accounting stuff or
von llaniin-Toting Company has com
pleted a loinid trip on tho I.urllnc.
THE JtULINQ PASSION.
' Tho editor was djing, but when
the doctor bent over, planed Ills cut-
on his breast, and said: 'Toor man.
ch pulatlon almost gone," tho dying
emiur sai 1111 and shouted: "You're
a liar: wo have thn iiirirnii 1 r.-..i..
Hon in tho country."
tm . '
Mrs. Tanqueray was lecclved Willi
ilellght by tin. mUlc. Sunt Torc,Bi,
would hao been hlsi.ed off tho Rimr
stage for her contempt Tor thu Idem
repiwuted by 1, earrl.igo, 11 (aHiiui.
rhle dreasuiiiker mid a dozen servants.
MADE STRONG DY USING.
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd
NEXT MONDAY, 17th,
Remnants of WASH GOODS,
SILKS, and Woollens will be
placed on sale. ,
Combine great efficiency with low cost.
Price $3.00 per Dozen
These Gem Lamps will give you 20 per cent more light
and a 10 per cent reduction in current over the ordinary
1G c.p. lamp. Wc advise ihc use of these new lamps in
placo of the regular 10 c.p. lamps.
The .Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
HAPPY JACK WALKER
GOES TO 'FRISCO
"llapjiy JarU" Y'alkcr, n comedian
who has been holding down tlio
boauls nt olio of tho local pluyliotm't
for the past six ucelifl depuitcd for
Han rniui'luco by tho sltmmer .Mu-
jiiicdu this morning. Walker urhlev-
id coiibldorablo fume -while hero ,by
I his novel and exieodlugly startling
1 rogcntimon or tno sonsauonai -ai-lome
Dance," which caused tho boys
to sit up and tnke notice.
ITCH RELIEVED AT ONCE.
That tenlblo Itch dlsappcais with
tho KII18T DROPS of I). I). D. Pio
scrlptlon, .It kills all skill dlodso
genus Instantly, A soothing, heullug
lotion, need cxlcrnnll) only, Hono
lulu l)i ug Co, Koit street,
After Mr. Hoekefeller's hookworm
patients hno icupoiidcd to u treat
"went of thymol and epsom salts, they
will iloubtlrfs i-haki on" Ihelr lussltude
mil urplv for further endowiupiitf,.
nilULCTIN AD8 PAY
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
Choleru morbus, dlarihoen, dysentery
and all other stomach anil bowel com
plaints speedily rolluvcd by Duffy's
Pino .Malt Whiskey, A leaspoonfiil In
milk or water four times a day will
free s.ou from nil disorders of stomach
and bowels. It nidi digestion, builds
new tissues, niileltcns tho circulation.
ill tones the system and keeps tho on
gaiis healthy mil active. It kills all
disease goinu. It enables thn old to
mJoy iho sports of youth. It Iteopn
the old and young lgoroiiH and strong
Durfy Malt Whlckey Co., Rochester
N. Y,, U. 0, A.
A Sensational Bargain In
Matchless values in the Grandest Display
of Dress Materials Honolulu has ever
Note the following prices:
FANCY REP. PONGEES One of tho most stylish ma
terials we show. Best afid very lasting shades of. Navy,
Nile, Sky Pink, Old Rose, Fawn, Lavender and Copenha
gen; SOc yd,
STRIPED INDIAN HEAD; all shades; rcrular25c;
wc will sell at 17V&C.
' PLAIN INDIAN HEAD; all shades; regular 25c; tlur
injr sale 11V.c.
MERCERIZED PONGEE, in twelve distinct shades,
fast colon,, 35c; regular price 47c.
POPLINS IN SATIN STRIPES Bciyitiful shades in
rink, Light Blue, Copenhagen, Champagne, Olivo Green,
I.ilnc and Old Aprirot. ' Great values in this very fashion
able material. Worn by the ultra swell class; SOc yd.
LACE CURTAINS; new designs;, great value; from
SOc up per pair. . '
CURTAIN MATERIALS; latest designs; 25c to 75c
SCRIM; regular p.t JjCo and 121j.c; SB inches wide.
LADIES RAGLANS, Rubberized, Tongco and Satin;
reduced to $10, $11 and $12.50,
SILK PETTICOATS WON'T CRACK'.TAFFETA in
many different shades- $4,00 to $5.00, ? Ait
LADIES' SKIRTS no duplicates: very much up to
date, and sold from $3.50 to $'21.50.
LADIES' TAILOR-MADE SUITS; handsomely 'finished;
satin lined and plain and braid trimming; $11.25, $10,
$17.50, $22, $22.50, $20.50; reduced from $15. $20
$22.50, $25, $30, $35.
An early call will convince you that our goods ate
L B. KERR 4 CO., Ud.