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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, February 05, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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gygNlKQ SOLUtTW. HONOLgLO. T. It., flATDnDAY.,FED.,C, 1910.Vw ,
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Eton, Shirt Waist
$ 4.25 'Keg. lawn Suits now. $1.50'
8.00 " Pongee, Suits "now. ..-... j . , ' i;90
7.50 ". Linen Suit, now 2.50
8.60 " Linen Suits now ..:.; 2.80
8.75 ". .Eaton Suits now . . ... . .'.....:.. 1.90
10.00 " , Linen .Suits now 5.50
12.50 " mite Sep Suit now. . . . 4.80
15.00 " Brown Linen Suit now. 5.p6
15.00 " White; Linen. Suits now ....5.00
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
saw drTgSws ca
Comer Fort and Beretania Btreeti Oppoiitt fire Station
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Our display of Spring Shoes is
now quite completea distinguish
ed .showing from the standpoint
of style and mality--and includ
ing numerous exclusive types
that -will meet with the favor of
HEN'S OXFORDS, ta In bright patent colUkln; viol
kid, gunmetal. and tan Russia celt; medium weight soles ;
"Till thla eeaaon't nearest, and vmost wanted toe, anapee, '
The Ea $400.
HEN'S DRESS SHOES Beat grade patent colt, custom
mo.de; medium, swing- last;, dull kid tope; Dluoher out, mil
itary' heels"; suitable (or young men' wear.
the Pair $5,00
'"EDUCATOR" SHOES FOR HEN Made on. the natural
"Foot, Form" 'napee;, plenty o( toe-room; fit suug at heel,
and Instep; eipeclally adapted for tender (eet; all loathera.
The Pair $4,00
Manufacturers' Shoe C6.,
We carry the largest and most varied stock; in the islands,
Good furniture at moderate prices.
Your credit is good.
..., J. UOIp& CO, '....,
. ' .' . 185 fflna St. V.
Why is our wood and coal bniineii developing to rapidly It
.Simply because, we pre full meatare.' the. best, 'quatyty, and .the lowest'
prices; Once a trial order, you will become a steady customer. -
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ARMY MEDICAL SUPPLIES
NEW YORK, Feb, 4. Fire today destroyed Ihe main warehouse
oj the army medical supply. department' tor thlq department. The con
tents of the 'great warehouse were totally 'destroyed, and the loss to the',
government 'W!T exceed $1,000,000. Among the goods destroyed were'
medical supplies (or Panama valued nt flO.qoo. The Fannma consign-'
ment had(.ueerv .packed ready .for shipment.
Though every effort was made to extinguish vtho blaic, nothing coulA
be accomplished, and bothwarehouse' and contents were reduced; to
total ruins. '
lECOVEBINa BODIES FBOH CHERRY MINE.
CHERRY, Feb. 4. Tho first body to be recovered from tho wreck
ed 3t. Paul mine was brought up today In good condition. Thero are:
still thirty-two bodies at the bottom of the level, which Is filled with.
2,000,000 gallons of water. Pumpl ng will be begun today, and as soon
as the shaft Is dry the remaining b odles wilt be recovered.
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MORE OPIUM TAKEN. . ' '.
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 4. One hundred and ninety-five cans of
opium were, seized on board the Japanese liner Cblyo Maru by the cus
toms authorities here today.
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ESTRADA STILL FHlHIINa.
MANAGUA, Feb. 4. The Insurgent gunboatOmetcpe today bom
barded Oreytown, but was disable d by tho .shore batteries and forced
to retire. ls) - K
Earlier In tho day the forces o f Qeneral Estrada, the Insurgent
leader, captured the town of Uoaco, "twenty-flye miles from the capital.
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ROBERTS WINS DIVORCE CASE.
Judge Robinson Holds Mrs. Wil
liams' iirst Divorce was, urant-
ed on Basil of False Statements'.
Judge Robinson yesterday dismiss
ed the Hb'el for divorce brought by
Jennie Williams, who claimed that
she was the wife of Jack Roberts, on
the ground that sho, did not secure
a valid divorce from1 Jack Williams
and, accordingly could not have con
tracted a van a marriage wun vinca
Roberts, common law or otherwise,
Lorrtn Andrews, attorney for Rob
erta, moved tor tho dismissal of the
libel against his client, after cross
examining Mrs. Williams and elicit
ing the information that In her di
vorce libel against Williams sho had
sworn that she wae a resident of
Honolulu, while as a matter of fact
she had been living in Hllo.
Attorney Hitting represeniea Mrs.
Williams In her effort to prove that
she was the common law wife of
NO ACTION ON THE JUDGESHIPS.
ASM IS BFf
FOR THE COAST
Taking about a dozen lay-over.
passengers, for the most part wives
and relatives. pf officers of the Pa
cific fleet; the Pacific Mall liner Asia
sailed for San Francisco at 10 o'clock,
this .morning . v
The Asia arrived shortly after 6
o'clock last evening, after nearly
eleven days of hsavy voyaging from
Yokohama. The Pacific Mall vessel
bucked strong winds and head seas
a goodly portion of the way across
The vessel left six passengers at
Honolulu and Orlontal freight to the
amount of several hundred tons. The
cabin was -well filled, several pas,-,
sengers being Idenjlried with the
Philippine Insular government.
POLICE COURT NOTES
tlon , yesterday t In connection with
the indorsement of a candidate to
succeed to the place on the bench of
the Circuit Court vacated through
the prbmotlbn of 'Judge be Dolt.
From' 'the sentiments expressed
among the' attorneys present, It Is the defendants.
apparent that the two candidates
who And particular favor are Wil
liam T. Rawlins and Wade Warren
When tlie meeting was called to
order, J. A. Magoon' Introduced a
resolution to the effect that the Dar
Association should refrain from In
dorsing a' candidate for the" bench.
W. O. Smith objected to Hagoon'a
resolution, and a substitute' by tor
rln Andrews was adopted, providing
for the appointment of a eommlttoe
t.o ascertain the views of the associ
ation. W. R. Castle, who presided,
named Lorrln Andrews, Carl Sirilth,
and Hi. A. Douthltt the committee, t
Nearly alt the morning nt the po
lice court was taken up with a Wal
nahu assault' and battery case In'
which a number'Bf Chinese are said
to have taken paff.'.'-.l. X. Vouthltf
a nj(icariuBT jur wv f vufiijiaiuiuK
uness, ana Juage Humpnnes (or
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THE NOVELTY SHOW.
The" Wa'l Sisters -at. the Novelty,
in their' dance' and song act, are
drawing, large crowds to the Nov
elty, The Spanish dance by one of
the girls Is particularly good, as Is
the accompaniment by her sister aa
the wooing sweetheart., The, hua
dance by the two native women is.
6t course, very Interesting to all of
the strangers in Honolulu, ana; many
of them go every night to see what,
to them, Is a very novel dance. Ths
pictures snown at me Moveuy are a
good as any given by the otho
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co. Ltd.
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$1 a Yeir
IS THE MQ8T DELIGHTFUL SPOT
ON THIS ISLAND ,
QO, DOWN flY TRAIN or;auto
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The assault is' alleged' to have'
taken place In one, of thealpa'hu'
plantation camps; iraefeVillfof' the
defendants lived. The complainant
swore, that he was Inthn act'of sot
ting Into bedvjhy.nij'e tbo'rjticbused.
rauueu nwia oi mm ana neai niiu
up with shoes, sticks and tots.
There appears to have'been a gen
eral row all around the place, and'
In It the complainant got a doing'
up. The case may be' ended today
some time, but the .Interpreting Is
taking a long tl.me and the matter
la dragging along.
The police patrol wagon 'was tele
phoned for by the Mauna, Loa cap
tain this morning aa soon as thq
steamer arrived in port It. appear
that a passenger named John Urn
bert, who Is one. of the crew of the.
bark Nuuahu, which Is now lying
at Lah'alqa, was 'taken' 111 with lap
pendlcltlr and shipped on the Ma
una Loa to Honolulu. As soon as
the Inter-Island boat arrived ,n Port
the patient was taken, to the Queen's
Hospital, where he le doing as Veil
as can be expected.
Chjef McDuffle thinks that the re
volver with which Grace, the con
fessed murderer of Mahu, committed
the crime will be recovered shortly,
Orace admits that he waded, out If
(he shallows and then threw the
weapon Into deep water. i
The Bulletin fabliaUac Co..
Ltd., Is agent for the, beat eacmina
and lithographing ooaoany on
the Paciflo Coast and k prepared
to give estimates on fetta-nidi
printing of every kind.
Also pncei and lamplee of the
Very Latest in Engraved Carta,
Invitatiini, in thebest, of fern
for smart functions.
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Henry T. Osge will leave Bbortly
for Lisbon, where he will be United
i m $
ejejr UUUtTi'f oa pay psj
$1800 Large House and Lot, about
7075, on Webb Lane, near
King, and Liliha Btreets.
$000 Four-room House and sroalj
Lot on Bnokle Lane; near
River and Vineyard afreets.
Sewer connection. Very
$250 Several high Buildimr Lots,
Ralakaua Ave. $50 cash:
balance $10 per month;, no
P.'B. R, BTRAU0H . .
Waity Building. . 74 S. King St.
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The WUNDERHOSE warrant is
very specific. There is no mistak
ing its meaning. In each box of
WUNDERHOSE is a card with the
manufacturer's pledge of good faith
to the buyer of WUNDERHOSE-a
card which says: "WUNDERHOSE
iv Warranted to wear, to hold their
color, not to rot, not to burn the
feet, not to wear out in the heel,
sole, or toe for three months. Made
in all colors.
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The Wonderful Bargains
Why,Pay mPre f0T groceries when you can
e,t the very choicest goods in the market at less
iiin wHolesajie cost Compare these prices with
what you usually pay :
TEAS: $NQLISH BREAKTAST Regular $1 ; now .
DUN-POWDER Regular 65c. j now, 50t
CEYLON Regular 75c; now ..55ct
EXTRACTS All Flavors: Regular 35c. bottles; no.v ,.,... 25
Regular 20c. bottles; now 3 for 50e
DIAMOND CRYSTAL SALT Regular 15c, now 3 for j?5
FRANQO-AKERICAN gOUPS Regular 40c.; now 30e
APOIXINARIS WATER Regular 15c; now ...llt
MAPS .(by the- ease) Regular $3.00; now '. . . .93.25
JPR.09B & BLjlCXWELL PlCKXES-Regular 40c; now. .'2S
FNCY WALNUTS and ALMONDS Regular 20c. ; now. . . .3 for 50f
-. : Alfe,6, Tremendous Bargains in
tijkgjci Press $uit Cses,
' iAIgatis Ware, Refrigeratdis,
Only a. few of these items left. Prices have been
Lewis & Cos Store
Bale being qofidiicted by
THEO. H. DAVtES & CO., LTD.
"The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meal M All. Hours. .
wines; LiauoRi, ,arp ciqarj.
JLW. 0, fEMiOrJ Proprietor.''
The French Laundry
l , A?Api?i Proprieipr t. li ,. , 258 BEpi;
.! t Agent for "' T """'
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