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F.VRNINO THU.U2TIN'. IIONOT.t'tT. T It.. MON'TtW N'OV 58. 1010.
The season is at hand for Card
Parties, Afternoon Teas, and
Other Social Functions
Are the cscntinl article for such occasions
The Lightest, Handsomest, and most Compact
Table on the market.
I'rames made of hirch, thoroughly seasoned and
kiln-dried, finished a rich mahogany.
The tops are covered with green leatherette or
green felt of fine quality; the corners and metal
parts are finished in old bras.
The legs have rubber tips, and will
not slip or mar the floor
J. Hopp & CO., Ltd
CROUP ASTHMA CATARKII
COUGHS COLDS BRONCHITIS
p ctail:sico iin ,
A simple, ! And effective treatment
fortbrof.ctifal tt-imijlc ui.Minjr drat,.
Vjpnrlifil Crp(?'ine Moptthe pamtnn
of Whooplntr C6liWh nd rut.rMMCrtup at
one. U U ft boon fj su.Trrcm (mm
Aithma. 1 tic fttr rendered tiro cly anil
ftcptlo lntilrtd with fvry brmlh mnkA
braaiMns eu ' mthiV tho litre throat
and itupt tho co ih, I ictuln? restful
nlfrhti. it U InViJunble to motifs with
bend potnl (or descriptive boot let.
ALL DRUGGISTS ytm wt
Try Creo itientl- wJp i yrP
lets (or tli Irritated f U-,i
throat. They nro V fpgum
dimple, eftccttie and n,, fJr'L,
lli.klla (if ... U. f4tfl IcV
flruircUt or (rota us t(?vv
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Vapo-Cffioltne Co. Jfi 3HJ2
ti ctniiiii si., n. v. jryrrZP
THE. GRABOWSKY TRUCK
1, la. 2 AND 3 TONS 35 ANDy45 HORSEPOWER
A IIKMOVADI.K l'OWBR PLANT; Hardened Steel llUSIUNQS In
every working part; K.MKUIIHNCY CONDKNSINU CIIAMURR; POSI
TIV1J MECHANICAL Oiling System.
HONOLULU POWER WAGON CO., Agents W. M. MINTON, Mrt.
l'hone 21GG 875 South Street. Near King
TAKE TIME TO SEE
0U2 LINE OF
Toys, Toilet Sets, and
BEFORE SELECTING YOUR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
CHOICE ST03K OF HATS AND SHOES
WAH YING CHONG CO.,
King Stre:t, Nest to Fishmarket
ART GLASS DOMES
Specially Selected for the Holiday Trade
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
as good ns was ever made on a farm better than thq aver
age sold here. '
ASK FOR THE AUSTRALIAN.
We have some fresh fish. Ask for it,
SOLE, SALMON, TOM COD, ROCK COD, HADDOCK.
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBRON & LOUIS, Proprietors
(Continued on Pace 4.)
from tho bridge or the Heaver.
According to tho Etory told liy tho
am ors on hoard the Nippon Mam
that vessel Balled from San Krnn
clico nhout three hours ahead of tho
Hoaxer. The llrH Intimation that
there had hoen n disaster was a tnos
tago received liy tho Japanese olllrcr
nsklng that the Nippon Maru stand
liy to nrslnt In the rescue of tho of
II o'b and erew of the SeIJa.
The wireless coming from tho
Heaver slated that that vessel was
nhout three miles off Point Hoyei
light, the how of the Heaver Moved
In but there being no danger to this
verrol from sinking. The crow of tho
SeIJa had been rescued.
On board the SeIJa were forty
four ofllce.-s and men.
Tho crow of thn SeIJa consisted of
seven olllccrs and thirty-seven Chi
nese Fciinien who shipped at Hong
kong. The ofllceis are: Captain. Olaf
l.el; chief nfflenr. Alfred llnlvnrsen;
second oin er, Alfred Larson; third
olllccr, Otto Wldhurn; chief engl
necr. It. Kggen; second engineer.
Axel Andersen; third engineer, I'etcr
All of the men nro residents of
Tho SeIJa Is ono of the regular
Oriental llno.-s operated between
Portland, San Kranclrco nnd Hong
kong nnd way ports by tho Portland
And Aslatl- Steamship Company. On
this trip sho was going to Portland
via San 1'ranclHCO, where sho was to
dlrcharge n portion of her cargo.
Tho SeIJa has -visited Honolulu
on many occasions. Sho was engaged
In a trade that Included more o.- less
voyages between Hongkong, Japan
ports nnd Portland, Oregon, ailing
at Honolulu with shipments of Ori
Caplnlu Let was tho last ronl to
leave tho SeIJa. Ho stood on tho
bridge of the vessel watching the aw
ful InriiPli of the wntcr through tho
lio'o In her port side. After tho
dying blast from the Selja's whistle,
ho shouted nnd plunged Into tho
swirling sea. Ho swam about fifty
yards and wnB picked up bv ono of
tho Heaver's lifeboats. This cap
bed and ho was again thrown Into
tho water, whore he struggled until n
boat from his own ship picked him
"Tho Denver struck tho SeIJa
right forward on tho port bow, tear
ing n holo about flvo feet In width
nnd ton feet high. Immediately nil
the Heaver's boats were lowered nnd
she stood liy to render assistance,
Two of tho Heaver's boats wero "Bent
to tho Solja. and tho rest stood by
tho Heaver, In enro anything should
happen to our vessel. The two boats
holped to rcf no tho Selja's crow.
Ollvtr Wert Itobeit McK'iii
tycilruilc Wvst Hetty Jonx'in
Ijijunn" r.. Mnr'clH
Thomas Wo-ilherliy. .Chal I J. Murphy
Albert Piltcheril ...Inihos II. Norton
Hoy. I.yman I uigtoy. . ,.Ar hur Klton!
Jtlm Wrtthriby On. II. Hownrdl
Mrs. John We.ithorb.V. ...Marlon Dunn
Donna Adcllua Oonz.ilcs. .I.lllle Knox
Kdward Mnrrh Any llliticr
In taking the part of aged hut
kindly John Wealherby, In tho clover
presentation of "Hecnmo Sho I.oved
lllm So," n tho Orpheum last even
ing Oeorgo 1). Howard was ngiln seen
at his best.
Throughout tho first n-t Howard Is
consplcurus b bin absence nnd ho
theiefnro gives place In .Mls Hetty I
lonson nnd Hubert McKlm. v.lm In
depleting Mr. and Mis'. OIIcr West In
n Ciinilniimis crfnrmnnro of marlt.il
Infollclty. inanngo to keep tho audi
enco In moto or loss constant good
As tho falsely accused nnd much
persecuted husbind, McKlm carried
his part exceedingly well. Miss Jon
sou, In stunning costumo essayed tho
tole of the Intensely and unreason
ably Jcntous ulfo nnd maintained thn
part until ri-tew moments befoio tho
final drop of tho curtain when every
thing Is straightened out nnd all
storm clouds which have nlrriirc.l Iho
matilmonlal limlrnn of tho West fam
ily wero cleared nvn.
In "Hecanso Sho Loved lllm So,
the Hownrd company of capable plaj
crs have on mlmlrnlile vehicle tr he
comlngly dlsday the iptallllcntlons of
each member of the troupe.
There 'Is pot a dull moment or n
pnit In tho play. Ilowaid nnd Miss
Dunn were cast as the happily mar
ried old couple "who had not had a
quarrel In thlr years" until they be
came Involved In a sham disagree
ment that oxentually resolved Itself
Into tho real thing.
The fllttlnp nppe.irnnco of Arthur
Klton ns an Kngllsh clergyman pio
voked much merriment.
Tho production will continue to
night nnd tomorrow night and It de
serves tho ucll-Mlpil house that greet
ed Iho Initial performance at the Now
Orpheum latj exenlng.
Six officers finished tho three clay
riding let jesterday, having been
hitting tho road Saturday, Sunday
nnd Monday nnd doing their sixty,
mllec fioni I.ellehun to Knhuku with
unions slilo trips on tho way. j
Colonel Walter S. Schuyler, I.leu-'
tenant Colonel Homer W. Wheeler
and Major I'rcd W. Potter of Iho
Fifth Cavalry. Major J. M. Kennedy!
medical corps. Major William II.
Hart, subsistence department, nnd
Major H. 12. Wlnslow, corps of en-1
glnecrs, took the thrco.day test and
report lino riding.
Thero wero frequent showers
which marred the trips somewhnt,
but outsldo of that slight discom
fort nil the nincers enjoyed tho trip,
Restore Your Health
It is the privilege of most
women to be strong and
healthy and if you are suf
fering from any weakness of
Uic Stomach, Liver or Eowch
.take the Bitters just now. It
is for Poor Appetite, Head
ache, Indigestion, Dyspepsia,
Costtvencss, Malaria, Fever
and Ague. Try a bottle to
day, but be sure and get the
genuine with Private Stamp
For sale by ttenmiu, Smith A Co.,
Ltd.; Hnlllster Drug Co., Ltd.;
Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.; Illlo Drug
Co.; and at all Wholesale Liquor
(Continued from Pa? 1)
The proceedings this morning be
gan with tho following preliminary
statement by Chief Justice Hnrtwcll,
followed Immediately liy D.ivls' mo
tion nnd the discussion on tho form
"Wo hno read the pleadings In
the I.nne nnd Kern ontest nnd nro
ready to hear argument on tho de
murrer. Heir mvrclf I hope the argu
ment will ho very full upon tho sub
ject of n statutory contest whether
this case of violation of tho election
laws presents n statutory contest nnd
whether the statute confines contests
to decisions of boards of Inspectors
concerning the validity of ballots;
that, of courso, Involving tho ques
tion whether tho alleged keeping
tho polls open ton long nnd counting
the bnl'ots nftcr f.vo o'clock Is to ho
regarded ns n decision of the board
of elu Hon Inspectors on tho validity
of the ballots, nnd In thnt connection
I will nsk you to present your view
of the statuto which requites that
the polls shall be open at 8 o'clock
in tho morning and knpt open until
r, o'clock in tho afternoon unless all
the voters of tho precinct shall have
rooncr voted, then to ho closed nnd
the votes counted. What Is tho
meaning of the str.tuto? Does It re
quire that the polls shall bo closed
at r, o'c'oek, tho expression 'after S
being iped? I mention this because
I want to hoar argument on It,"
Tho Konn-Kau liner Manna I.na,
Captain Slmerson. Balled at noon to
day for Kntlua, Kona, and other iiorts
along tho Kau coast. A number of
(imminent Konaltes who havo been
visiting In Honolulu, telurncd to their
homes in her.
Many a man heads a long funeral
procession who never had much of
a following In life.
SAVIDOI2 In Sun Frnnclsco, No
vember 29, James Snvldge. Aged
1 year, 1 month, 28 days.
SIMPLY LIGHT A N'D
Warmer does the rest
SELECT, ATTRACTIVE CHINESE EMBROIDERED PAT
TERNB have been reciived just in time to put on display
for Jhe holiday trade. Wc, believe you will agree with our
buyer that these are Ihe most attractive goods ever shown
here. The GRASS litTEN and SILK EMBROIDERED
. GQPDS are DRESS SUITS and SHIRT WAIST PATTERNS,
and TABLE COVERS and CENTER PIECES.
In the SILK GOODS prticularly are DOYLIES, FANS,
rnd HANDBAGS espe:ially apptooriate for Christmas remembrances.
YEE CHAN & CO
Coner King and Bethel Streets,
The Welkom Warmer
Slzo 3'ixC'i inches, v,c1ght 4
ounces. The only modern, safol cffcctlvo and
sensible substitute for tho antiquated
Hot Water Ung.
No water to heat no rubber to rot.
Will Inst for yenrs.
The Warmer Is mudo of mctnl heat
ed within ono minuto by tho lighting
nnd inset tlnn of n paper tubo con
taining u hliizclcss, Miiokcless nnd
odorless fuel generating n untfoim
heat which lasts over two hours ut n
cost of less than ono cent. It Is curved
to lit uny portion of the body und held
In plnce by menus of n bag nnd belt
allowing the wearer to' move about at
.S PAIN KII.MIK
Tho Welkom Warmer has no equal.
It can bo put Into constant action and
Is indispensable in aat.ua of rheuma
tism, lumbago, ne.urulgla, bcluticu,
Hy placing tho Warmer on the af
fected part tho heut being dry, not
moist, linkei nut tho cold. Phystcinns
say that tho moist heal i tho hot wat
er bag will not euro but aggruvato tho
ailments aboo mentioned.
Jinny hnvo buon Bold not a f'ngle
Complete outfit Including Warmer,
bag bolt, coll nnd 10 tubes of fuel sent
prepaid to any part of the U. 3. tipo.
receipt of 91-00.
If you wish to know more about this
wonderful device wrlto today for free
WELKOM WARMER MFG. CO.
108 liillon St., Km York.
Whitney & Marsh
HI O m
Are Now on Display
Just in from Paris,
A Handsome Assortment
Our TOYS have arrived and
will be included in our Retir
We also include Mirrors,
Show-Cases, Fixtures, Forms,
etc.; Toilet Soaps, Powder,
Sheets, Pillow Cases, Corsets,
Ladies' Underwear, Shirt
Waists, Skirts, Rain Coats,
Towels, Blankets, Comforters,
Dress Goods, Table Covers,
Kimonas, Children's Dresses,
Ladies' Dresses, Ribbons,
Laces, Embrqideries, Hand
Bags, Veils, Veiling, Combs,
Pins, Millinery, Ornaments,
THEY MUST BE SOLD
Wednesday, Nov. 23
L. B. KERR & CO., Ltd.
" Alakea Street
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