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EVENINTJ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., THUIISDAY, JAN. in, 1010.
Here's the Chance of a Lifetime!
Having taken over the stock of LKWIS.& CO. for the purpose
of closing it out we will absolutely slaughter prices on
Enameled Kitchen Utensils
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
luijing. 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.
BETTER. ROADS FOR
Residents Petition Board
Knliilntil Drive lending to Pacific
IIoIrIiIh, la declnrcd by n number or
residents thero ns being In niuch'ilrcd
of attention mill A petition- linn gono
before tliu clt and comity Hoard of
Supervisors fot relief.
Pacific Heights residents however
nro willing uml anxious to meet the
municipal officers balf way In the mat
ter of effecting Hired) .ropilrs to the
thoroughfare nnd they 'have Rinrnn
tied to conti Unite a thoumnd dollars
us u lump (turn for carrying on the
work of macadamizing the londwny.
In tlulr communication, which was
presented before the Supevlsors by
Itoad Commlttecmnu ()ulnn today, the
l'liclftc Heights residents state that
the Btnnd ready to guarantee the sum
of four thousand dollars towards de
fraying the expenso 'Inclined In put
ting Kalulanl Itoad In first class con
It Is contended that Pacific Heights
has not lost lis charm for the tourist
and stranger. The bccIIuii of the city
affords a Una view of the city of Ho
nolulu and has bom the mecca for
thousands of visitors. From the stand
ixilnt of promotion alone, the roadway
should be'plnced In repair so that ve
hicle trafllc could1 bo resumed without
III ml ranee.
The Itoad Committee, to whom the
natter has been referred, will take
up tho proposition of macadamizing
the road without delay.
I had never Been Spreckcls alleged J
nephew. Kick was a smooth talker'
sure, I never nsked Usborn to put u
cent Into the buslnc! Kick attended
to that, Osborn doJh not understand
things like that well; Keck did. Why
Keck Is a second Unfits Wulllngford.
I'oor old Osborn, sure Keck attended
to him due."
Tho Judge had hnid work to keep n
grnvo faco niid ever) body except
III own and Chlllingwurth were tied In
knotB with laughter. At the conclu
sion of tho oldenco ChTTllniyworth
made a motion for dismissal on tho
giounds of lack of evidence. Jink"
Andrado denied the motion, and thtn
Chllllnirwnrtli nut on a shlendld effort
for Ills client. DrowiY replied, and then ,
tho Judge decided to take the caso
under advisement till Monday next
"Pror old Osborn," whispered suny
ono ns Twcedie and his counsel left
Tho last seen of Twcedie he was ex
plaining all about Keck 'to n group of
police officers. "Ah, lie was n beauty,
was Keck; I hope to see him someday.
Ma bo I will," was Twoedlu's last re
WHITNEY & MARSH, ltd j
HUSBAND OF DAUGHTER
(Continued from Pas 11
produce witnesses to show thnt Hnw-
llim had prevented his daughter from
meeting her husband. This was de
ferred until Mrs. Conger hnd ion-
eluded her testimony, when Daniel
I.ognit and Depot Attorney Ocncrnl
I.orrln Andrews were placed upon the
btnnd mid told what they had wit
nesses in the tourtroom while the
judge was leaving. ,
The fact that u guard was cm
phed at the. Rawlins home with n
view to Keeping Conger uff the prem-
Imh was established by tho admis
sion of Mrs. Conger oil tho witness
A TRIAL ORDER
MAKES REGULAR CUSTOMERS
Wc give such snecial attention to onr wool and coal customers that
th 3 first order 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.CLEANINQ.UP TIME HERE, AND YOU MAY AS
WELL HAVE THE BEST.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
Public Utility Bonds
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
Charles A. Stanton,
Room 38 Alexander Ycung Building
Honolulu. T. H.
PAWS A few months ago tho build
ers of aeroplanes In Parle and Its
neighborhood could be counted on
the fingers of one hand. Today thero
are 15 "factories" III full operation.
Scoics of Inventors are constructing
their own machines. Theio Is an
aerodrome wheru pupils are tnught
Three now papers devoted to nv ela
tion have been founded within the
past six souths. Then' are three
societies in Kinnce for tho encourage,
merit, of uvlnllon and over C 00,000
(about $300 01.0) In prizes will bo open
to competition in the course of tho
ear. Theso few facts bhovv very
clearly tho extraordinary rate at
which the new Induitr) Is growing In
There arc two reason's for this rapid
development. One Is the. nuvell) of:
aeinplanlng and tho second Is the cine
with which u lling machine can bo
built. Compared with tho automobile.
it requires very little In tho way of
capital and plant. There Is roihnpi
no Industry In which tho Idea counts
for so much and tho execution for bn
tittle. Willi good plmiB uand plenty
of room any good carpenter could turn
out nn aeroplane.
The simplicity is very evident to any
ono vho pays a vUlt to tho works
inaunged by tho brothers Volson, who
nro among tho first to poirrlvu the
NEXT M01JDAY, , 17th,
Remnants of WASH GOODS,
SILKS, -and Woollens will be
placed on sale.
Sho admitted writing letteis to commercial possibilities of tho ncio-
ano nuiuiiicu writing leiieis i -.-... r- ... ...? .
Conger, mid In explanation of the l,Iunc- 1hclr establishment, w
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
The 'Agency of the
Now at 1139 Fort Street
The Superiority of Hand Work
over machine work ii shown in the beautiful finish on the
shirts and collars laundered by us. Let us prove it.
FRENCH LAUNDRY. J. ABADIE. Pi op.
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phrase used In one of them that
"she hoped It would turn out nil
right," admitted that shuSvas desir
ous of retaining to her husband
when she had regained her health.
She denied emphatically thnt sho
was icstralncd or that forto had
been umm! to prevent her Eeelng Con
ger, but tho fcione In court Indicated
that she would give Conger a chance
to m.iKc explanations if' it wero not
for tho Intciicislon of her father and
Tho hi.iilug was resumed nt two
o'clock this afternoon.
TOLD IN COURT
Combine great efficiency with low cost.
Price $&00 per Dozen
, These Gem Lamps will Rive joa 20 per cent more light
and a 10 per cent reduction in current over the ordinary
10 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.
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
In Our Cream
Special care to keen
it cold and protect it
from contamination as
sure ample keeping
THE FOND DAIRY.
AND OFFICE DIARIES
Wall, Nichols ,fc Co.
(Continued From Pace 1.)
Tvvcedlo, It was Keck who tooK care
of tie profits, and spent them In his
own wu) at ono of tho big hotels,
Then the clicus shirted und Tweedlo
took tho stand. His story was a
btrnlght ono, but was ho cnuro of
much laughter, in tho court. It was
Keck heie and Keek there, till the
court wni convulsed and tho caso
could hardly go on.
"You betchor boots I did," ho replied
to one of prosecutor Drowns ques
tions ".Mutthcws knew all about the
nutter. I took htm around and In
troduced him to all tho cicdltoni of
tho theater, before lie decided to give
mo Sluu cash and some 'phoney
shares In coffee and liquid Binoko com
p,liilc, Sure it wus Keck did it all.
He buld ho was a nephew of Spreckcls
and he got six hundred or my hard
earned plunks. Keck got ever) thing
In bight. I wish 1, hnd novel bocii
Keck, sure I do,
Tvvcedlo liiblstcd on telling his stoiy
Ids own wtt, und ho was continually
In hot vvatoi with either Drown or
Judgo Andiudo .
"PiofKs," ho laughed, "Sure there
wcie profits, but Keck took euro of
all llia Keck, hgot over thing. I
wan nvvuy on the inner isianus ami
Keck wus, having tho tlmo of Ills life
here In Hono'ulii. When I ictiiined 1
found tlmt even thing was vviong so I
bought out Keck for $10. Ostium
may bo tnken as n tjplccl one. Is sit
uated on tho tight bank of tho Seine,
nt nilluncnurt, about ono mile outside
of tho boundary of Paris. On the left
of tho entrance. r.re tho offices and li
largo room for t ho dinuglitBiueu. Fur
ther on, nt the extienilly of a largo
enclosure, arc tho vvoikshopa which
wit hvvldo gallery running round the
insldo suggest n concert, hall in tho
rough. Nearly nil tho floor bpaco h
occupied b) ncoplaties. complete or
At present tho prlco of n blplauo
delivered in Paris may bo taken as
about JS00. A trlplano would cost con
siderably more on account of tho In
creased power of tho cnglno ns well
us tho extra m aerials and labor for
tho new-piano Itself.
Tho liuluatrj ban not et rcirlioil
tho stngo la which thj finished nitlclo
Is cposed for sale, hut this will not
bo long In coming. The company
hcuded by Cnpt. Andrew Fietcher of
Saltoun, which has contracted for tho
volsln output, hns secured premises in
tho Champs Klysees nnd will com-
mcjico business I nnbottt i month. It
will then be possible for an intending
purchaser to Inspect a fljlng machine
In nl( Its bearings nnd give his older
Just as In tho caso of u motor car.
Okas. 11. Frazier
jhane 371. 122 King St.
It was a record-breaker us regards
bookings of new arrivals nt local
hotels. Tvventv-slx guests register
ed ut (ho Young, their names being
ns folluws: A. M. Morgonthalon of
Pasadena, Oil.; r. D. Mullln of San
Kianclscp, J. C. Coppago of Pasa
dena, Mrs. I,afaette I. Fish of Iler
lele, Cnl.; Miss Olan llrlstol, Mr.
undiMrs. n. V. Hills. J. C. Oodwln
of HoHton, Mass.; Mr. und Mrs. J, A.
Drown of Denver, Colo.; Oeo. u.
Dtck of Spokane, Wash.; Arthur 1.
(luy, V. 13. Bauer of Shanghul,
flilMn, 1- n.i rH r i. rt
.m...m, ,v,. unit i.iio, pi, n.. UIUB3-
.inn. iuui i m iitiBuiiuii:iii, .11, juui;e-
iieel of San rrnntlsto, MrBt llogcr
Wolles of New York City, Mujor II.
J. Sutindeis, jfiii. II, j, Saundcis,
Misses M. and D. Sanriders of Kd
nionton, Cnnndn; Mr. anil Mrs. J. W.
he said that us long ns lie would nut
bo (humid for the debts of the theatei
he would b'u willing to let his three
hundred dollais go nnd get bhut of
tho wholo concern.
"1 sold to Srthews for ttOO; pirt
Of the pi Ice wus paid In cash and the,
lest In 'phone) ' stock. Why I took
the cei title ites to fciu head oftlco of
tho rompiny und found out (hut tho
Elcck was worthless. Ketk owei inn
Tho holding of n plow lit "mwr . money nnd I don't know where ho U.
giound" Is an e.isj lus'c cnniininil to ' Keck was tho limit euro. Kce'c did
goltlng out a count iy papu when ml al' ls.!it. hut I lost my monej,
editor doern's feel well. llluke.y 'Kick sta)cd at a hotel wliero ho
Roid of Los Angeles.
knew of tho mess things wero In an ,L. The names of the now arrivals reg-
isteied at the Hojal Huvvailan nro
ns follows; Mr. nnd Mrs. II. C. l'ur
muii of lllun, N. Y,; Mr, and Mrn,
II. II, Deeiuan of Los Angeles, W. H.
Dickinson of Amherst, Muss.; Mr.
und Mr. K. A. Novvcomb, Mr. and
Mi 8. I. K. Kerr of Calgary, Camilla.
Mil to pn) I'i u day for a room; I wish
"Phone)" Davis was convicted at
tho. Police Com I this afternoon of Boil
ing liquor nt n blln 1 pig. Tho ovl
ilencn of Inspector Keniicll's Informor
was veiy clear and there was no get
ting nut of the affulr. Davis wus fined
S200 by Judgo Andrado. I.eon Strauss
who nppeared for the convicted man,!
has nppeakd to tho hlglici couit.
THIS STORE will
be CLOSED ALL
and our clerks will be
busy, marking down
.goods for our January
Sale, beginning Satur
day Morning, 8 o'clock
L. B. KERR & CO.,
ilflsiiiatfi,AvAri,,j. ,,.ia.,r MM'liiiBiifti .1