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EVHNINCl ntJM.BTIN, HONOLULU, T H TIH'RSDAY. DHC S, 1910.
7
A MERRY CHRISTMAS
A HAPPY THOUGHT
'II go rhjlit down and buy a
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"RE&AL SHOE ORDER"
for Father and Mother. My! but that's a weiflht off my mind, couldn't get them anything they would appreciate more. Strange I hadn't thought ofit before. I'll run aheadind w
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T ' v get these Orders and yowmoct me at the
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ALL HELP TO
BOOST HMIl
Secretary of Promotion Com
mittee Tell.s o, W(den
Spread Interest.
Interest all over the world In Ha
nail, ami particular Interest In tho
iroxcl 1914 convention of imion
Ker agents hero Is shown In tho rn
liorl inailo liy Secretary II, I. Wooil
Id the Promotion Cuinmlttco thin af
ternoon. Tlio report Is as follows:
In Wow nf tho Rood arrivals thus
far this month and tho number of
l-issongor steamers dun between tills
and tho 31st, it Is fafo to assume
lh.it the total number of arrivals for
'V.M a.,JU..v!t l'l
I'-'lt
V
REGAL SHOE STORE
McCANDLESS BLOCK. ' CORN
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tha month will approximate seven or
eight lumilreil, tho major portion bo
Ins mallhlnls, somo U r tho run id
ttlp of their steamer otlicr.i stopping
over on their vojngo to tho Oront
and tho South Peas, n still grcntei
l-ercentagc coming to rcma'n an In
definite period, weeks or months ns
the climate anil conditions may np
peal o them,
Seattle Excursion. .
lltni? nml ttllherir At-imc of tlinl
North Pacific Cnatl Kxeiimlon, wrlP
under dale of Nov 21st, In part nil
follows:
"Demands am coining In from nil
or tho United Stilo for Inform l
tlon concerning our i:curslon illio to
the imbllclty wo nro giving to the
mitter' through tho nonspipors and
railway agents Wo nro lulng ovcry
endeavor to book tlio "I'rlnco Oenrgo"
as well as tho "I'rlnco Hupert."
Mr. C II Nicholson, Manager of
tho (Irand Trunk Pacific Coast Steam
ship Company, Ltd, states In n letter
fONSGHT
THE MEDORAS IN
The
Newest
T I' 5 j '
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A CYCLE
'i ii
SAND ARTE
! i
An Original and Charming Novelty
i
The Drawing of Beautiful Pictures
Colored Sands
lj
Prices as Usual
Park Theater
n -j
Jii't to liaml'
" hllo wo are not at prevent like
l to enrage In Trans Pacific travel,
jet If tho excursion now being work
ed ii.) iocn po nlar, wo may run
one or two similar excursions to tho
lalnnU eery wlntor."
Chicago In Line.
Mr V (1 Nolmycr, (leneral Agent
of the Fouthern Pacific Company at
Chlcigo, writes under dnto of Nov
22nd as follows:
"Hepljitirf to your letter of tho 4th
Inrtnnt.
Tho prci osll.nn to enlist tlio co
operation of tlio Pacific Coast term
inal roids I your mill winter cole
briillon, terming It tho Pan Pacific
Ctlobiutlon or Carnlwil. will, I be
lieve prove of liletest to the Pacini
Coast terminal roads, and thit tholr
flenerhl Passenger Agents, If solicit
cd, will cheerfully lend their support
In that direction
1 think all nio Inlercstcd In reach
Iiiic the traveling public of tho i:ist
t HtM. yu fr
vm-t jk uj
Woman
COMEDY1
I
t i i'sl 1VJ
I crrt 3(alcs In fcff6rl to direct "their
tours through the Pacific Coast to
Hawaii.
I I navo wntciicu wmi romp g-auuci
tlon the growth of the tourist trawl
to Hawaii, and licllce It would bu
accelerated very much b) Just Mich
ii n nttractlon
In these proaiorous times thcro Is
a large and growing class who desire
to ivailo tho rlgom of tho winter
climate In tho Kast, nml whoso moans
will irmlt them to ludulgo In this
tour. I might ndvlso that tho Clii.-n-ber
of Commerco, the boosters' clti'i
of Chicago, havo n project In hand
now to plan n tour to Honolulu nf
nbout ICO members provided they
can socuro by charter the oxclinlvc
iibo of an ocean going stenmor of not
Irs than 5000 tons, to nnkc tlio
round trip from San Pnnclscn, of
threo weeks duration in January
next. I am now no;ithtiug with Mi1.
Clins S Pec. P T M , Southern Pa
cific Co. and Mr. A. 0 I) Kerroll,
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in
Bfl
0 1' A Pacific Mall S S Co, San
1 riiuilKco, for tlut result, which 1
sincere!) tiu.it will reach a success
ful Issue.
Iho writer has for a long time had
n great deilio tj visit Honolulu, and
has come hopes of doing' so this win
. ter."
it, W Dunning & Compan) of 1104
ton send n enpj of mi attractive fold
er they arc circulating In largo num
beis entitled, "A Spring Crulso to Ha
waii," In which they ndvertlso their
excursion by tho ' Sierra" sailing
from San Francisco, March 18th, 1911.
'I his Company has organlted tho
' Pacific Travel Uurcati" with offices
ft I os Angeles. San t'ranclsco and
. . . w, ....i.n( uail liuuvirw nun
Seattle ami proposo taking an actlvo,
part In dlvcitlug travel to Hawaii.
liy tho steamship "Moina" jtslcr
day, u rccuivcd letters from tho
'linrlst Uurcjtu uf the different Aus
tralian State evincing a decided Hi
lertst In the piupOked Congress. Pav
ualito word regarding the plan also
camo from New Veuland and I IJi Wo
nro ulio iMtuicd of rcprcwntatlvei
i i. in.ti.. i. . . .i. . I
"in iiiu ii-.iuuiK wtlllllllLTCIUI UOUlOS
of the Pacific Coast as well .11 from'
a I or the Pacific Cotst tcrmliul rail-
iv.nls. I
1914 Conveition American Pai:enner
Agents Axoclatlcn.
Tho Sccielary of tho Chlcigo
Ilo.ir.l of Trade writes under hto of
Nov l'jlh. I
"I shall tako great pleasure In call
Ing tlio altiullou of all the members'
of our Association to the matter and
tlull hope for u largo attendance
fiom Chicago."
Mr. P. O. Hoald. Oenoral Manager
(if ltuy"niond ft WhltcbiTiuT "wrltcj
f.nm Iloiiton.
"Wo bellavo it would bo a splendid
.advertisement for Hawaii and Trout-
Pacific travel generally If you could
pet tho (leneral Pawcngor Agents to
lin'.l llinl llli fVtm.aiill.vn In ll.k.m.
1 - .v.. x.-'..' ..iiuu 11, .itnitr-
lulu and It will gho 113 pleasure to
do all wo cuit to nsslst jou in this
"m,lor-"
'Iho following extract from a loiter
to hand by the Inst mall Indicates the
work accomplished by somo of our
f"ll,0trs
"Pleao accept lliaiws for iiniph-
lets sent Wo nro coming; by wo. I
.nuart no father mother sister, niece,
.....v.. iii. .., nnu mill nrii, f-u.'ii
In nil We nro now completing our
mr.,.l, ,..l ..v.,1 ... l. I.. 1I
nolulu rometlmo ne ftiirr -
ARRIVAL OF JACK
JOHNSON AT SAVOY
j
Jiclc Jolinsnn will nrrlvo at tho
nt
Savoy Theatre Knight and will give
a comedy exhibition. Ho Is not tho
toal Jack Johnson of ring fame, but
a ftcslmllo, (he understudy being Jim
Megiatb, the darky character Imper
eon iter. "Tho Arrival of Jack John
rnn" It the title of tho third (area
comedy t ketch which the Wulan-Ma-
gr.ilh company will present, nnd It Is
In lino with the snappy, laugh provok'
. lug nkctclie.1 wIiIlIi havo alrcad) been
shown nt tha Savoy,
The management of the Snvay fools
satisfied that tho thcatro patrons nre
J satisfied also, for tho big houses to
v-h!ch the company has been playing
nlhlitl) havo boon very" appreciative
I of tho comedy four, which also In
cludes Will Walan Nelllo Howard
nud Dot Raymond. Walan this wcok,
has been giving nn Imitation of tho
comic papu.' broken down tragedian,
unit plj)H It well,
Dot Itavmond will glvo new lialiv
dtawi r.oima. xenzs to which sbn
seems peculiarly adapted, for Miss
I uamanu is lime more man a, cnarm- '"i " ""i', uiiiv"w.(onsiKiiincnt or sundries after a sc
liu dot of femlnliitj, and renders fr the porlod of six mon.hs from vero trip along Iho coast of Hawaii.
songs vhlrh glvo Jir a splendid op January 1. 1911, to Juno 30, 1911, The Kalulanl has been working 011
10 tun'ty to bring out tho baby-drawl will be received at tho office of the Hawaii for a number of months ami
to advantage.
The motion pictures this wook havo
been excellent, P.cx. Ileach'a "With
llurnlus Hildges" being full of hum- kind nnd approximate quantity of.furu returning to her station at Hllo
an Intend and splendidly portrayed, nippllos required, and othor Infor-I After remaining soveral davs at an-
I The Savoy management, which has matlon, nm bo had upon appllca-'dior off Honolpu, tho steamer Llho
Inken ovor the Kniplre as well, hai tlon nt the offlte of the Hoard of like was finally (Uncharged of a par
doned tho latter house for nbout teu Health. Tenders to be based upon tlon of thu freight taken on board 'nt
jilajs to make alterations, when it will tlm quantities stated, hut tho Hoard Honolulu, The vessel got away from
be rciipcned with a big
bill, talent
bnvms !.n ctblcd for
Cott
from
th3
1,
PIICS CURED IN O TO 14 DAYS.
PAZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed
to euro any caso of Itching, IJIInd,
Weeding or Protruding Piles In 6 to
M diys or money refunded Made by
PARIS MUDICINi: CO.. Saint L011I3,
U. C. of A.
DY AUTHORITY.
NOTICE OF SALE OF GOVERN
MENT LANDS.
At 12 o'clock noon, Thumda), Keb-l
ruary 2, 1'jll, nt tho front door to
the Capitol. Honolulu, there will be
eoiu at piiuilc uucllou under Part
IV, Se tlon 17 of the I.and Act of
isyo, tsccllou 27U, ItevtBcd I.awa or
IIav.MII, tho following des rlbcd' At 12 o'clock .neon, Saturday,
lands. I January H, 1911. nt the front door
(1) Government IlMntiaut on'" tllc Caiiltol llulldlng. Honolulu,
Port Street cxtenson, Honolulu, con-."liro wl" " w'1! nt public auction,
tnlulng an area of 2,420 sq tf.
Up
... f.n .414(11
,', , ' , '
ort Rtrcnt nxtenK-
Ion, (adjoining property of Henry
Kannna), coutalulng an area of 27fi'
sq ft , more or less. Upcot prlco
$20 00. I
(3) Itlght-of way for Irrigation'
ditch nt Wnhlawn. Walalua. Oiliu,
co"tnl"'K nn ' f r' acres, more
or lcsH- l,l,Ml l'rlc0 C5.00.
Terms Cash.
I'nrchasor to piy cost of Patent
nn'1 Stamp.
I "or maps and further particulars,
apply nt the ollUe of the Commission-
pr of Public IjiihIs, Capitol litilld-
lB. Ilcnnlulu.
MAIIBTON CAMPI1ELI.,
Commlrsloner of Public l.anda.
Dated nt Honolulu. Nov. 29, 1910.
t)cr, 1, 8. IT., 22, 29. 1910.
Jan. 0, 12, 19, 2C nnd Pel) 2, 1911.
I OfOro uf the Hoard of Health,
t. Honolulu, Hawaii,
December 7, 1910.
TKNDL'118 rati SUPPLIK8, 1N3ANI:
ASYLUM. I
Sealed tenders. I11 dupll'nte, en-'
dorsed "TKNDBKS FOIt SUPPMKS.
INSANi: ASYLUM." for furnlshliig'
.I.A l....n.... .! nn.i..l.. nt . ..
inu jun.iin jiiiu, iiiiiuiinu, iwll
and County nf Honolulu, with mip-
piles for tho period of six months
from Jinunn 1. 1911. to June 30.
gu will be received ut tho otllca
of tl'le loaril ot Health until 12
o'doci, no01( December 20, 1910.
Specifications nnd a list of tho
n,,,! , ll,l..imgi. hi.
.......i,., P,ir,i ,i lh ir,lr.
,nl()I1( ,nny ,)fl llna ,, ,,.
tlntl nt f liu nfTl nt Ilia ll ip.l 11P
:,.; "-"."i ."' . . "I. -
" '"""'' '" " "' 1'"
!. n"? W'. but.ih.a "?.rd.
will not bind Iteolf to purchase the
wboln or any particular part of the
qunntltles Mated, such quantities be-
ing stated merely for the convenl-I
ence of bidders In submitting tholr,
bids.
Tenders must be ncco-npanlcd by
a certified rhn I; equal In amount
In f.fZ. It ttm (Mtlilnr
All bids mutt be made on forma
furlilihcd by tho Hoard or Health,
and must be submitted In accord
nnce with, and subject to, the pro
visions nnd requirements ot Act C2,
session I
nws of 1909.
TUB ltOAHD OP IIRAITIL
liy Its Acting President,
J. S. II. PriATT.
4793 Dec. 7, S, 1, 10, 12, 13 14.
15, 16, 17.
Olll co of the Hoard of Health.
Honolulu, Hawaii,
DC ember 7, 1910.
TENDKna rou suppl n:s. kali
oiLvnAVTlNn imsptTM
gUAIlANTINH IIOailTAL,
Sealed lenders, In dupl cate. en
dorsed .TrJNDUIlB TOR BUPPLIK9.I
KALIIII QUAllANTINE IIOSPITAL. -
for furnishing the Knllhl Quaran-
ll,1B Hoaplwl. Honolulu, City nnd
Hoard of Ilenlth until 12 o'clock comes hero for her semiannual In-
noon. Tuesday, December -20, 1910,spectlon Tho vessel mny go on the
Sprclfi aliens nud n lint of the marine rallwav for an overhauling bo-
will not bind Itsolf to purohnse the
wlinln or nnr mrllriil.ir n.irt nf the
-.1 .... . 1-. .
qunntltles tinted, such quantities be-
Ing stated merely for the con'"nl-
cnee of bidders !n submitting tholr.
blda.
Tenders must he nccompsnled t.y1
n certlflnl heel, equal In iimount to
5 of the tender
j II bbM imiFt be made pit forms
furuUhid b the Hoatd of Health
CORNER KING AND BETHEL
" '
and irlutt be liubhllltcd In accord
ance with, nnd be subject to, the
provisions and ieiulromcnta of Act
r.2, Session Uws of 1909.
Till: IIOAItl) OP HEALTH.
Ill' It A I. ftlw, l.il.li...
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4;',3t)cc 7, S, ft. 10, U, 13, H,
jb( jg j-
SALE OF PUBLIC LANDS.
'tinder Part IV., Section 17, of tho
i.nmi Act or isur, scctlutt 27C, He-
Y'eu i-aws or Hawaii, the following
tlicrlbed lots.
') (Jovernmcnt Uemnant at the
Juncllon of Old and New Pall Itoads,
Nuuanu Valley, Horn. O-thu, con-
'"'"'"R n " of 5070 ru ft., more
"r "" ul,Ml I'"ce, l.
Terms Cash.
(2) Uovernmcnt Iteintnnt nt tha
Junction of King and Ilerctanla
'QfriiHtu
1"?1"'
Molllltl, Kona, Oihu, con
taining nu area of lft.COO so, ft.
more or less. Upset price, $200.
Terms; Cash.
Cost of patent and stamp at tha
expense of the purchaser.
For maps and Information, apply
at the om o of the Commissioner ot
Public Ijinds, Capitol llulldlng, Ho
nolulu. 1
MATtSTON CAMPI1KI.L.
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated nt Honolulu, November 9,
1910.
I""l Nov. 10. '17. 2$; Dec. 1, 8,
IB, 22, 29; Jan. C, 12.
LIFE1DLIMB
!
Strong uoithcrly gales that havo
prevailed throughout thu group for
several days following tho tlrst ofthu
piebcnt inontli had much to do with
(Mu.inuiiK inc oiicraiioil or n num-
llfr (f iln iiiiiim.. 1..1, ...).. it .
.".:.. ....'!.. ,u"Ki,,B ,u "'" . V
"--"I lieui Uiuilg 1110 coasts Ol 1110
TH f "".""..
Thrio vessels, tho Uktllke. Hdenu
and tho Kalulanl arrlvoj nt Honolulu
this morning. Tho otllcera In each
,ORKol "avo reported experiencing
n,uc" ro"R'' wcallier nnd also dlfflcul-
' in tho nandllnif of
lmssenxers.
malls und freights.
A continuous succctslon of tradei
coming from tho north uccompaliled
'' hva ""Hhetly swells caused the
u,.mo,t "'"'Plete stoppago of. work at
wiudwaid )Oits on the BU Island.
The llceno brought uoventy-fho
head or catUo and 1 1 calves In a con
nlkimient for this port. Whllo tha
Htlono was Working along tho llama
kilt coast much rain Is reported to
have fallen. Iho ship's boats wore
unnb e to. cflc6t a landing at tho pons
nlong this portion of tho island nml it
I was onlv with ltoti .iim.iU.. nn.i .
n tlsk to llfii und limb that tho malls
wore brought ashoro at Ijiiruhochoe
Tho Hclene carried licr freight for
IMtlltllnii nnlM Ino f 1 ... i
r " ; ;' V y " ..'
lrtunlty offered for a comparatlvo
lSf0 dlscliarrfe of this carxo. At oth-
.. ,r,. ",,,,,""", V "
hn'rge Irol Kh S t I hat cabled n
llock'' M,t "V U,at Carrla "
Tho Kntnlnni. nm in r,m mio
Mill thirty head of cattlo and a small
Honolpu on December 3rd for Penee-
KM nml then called nt Kuknlhnnhi
i . .! Jt ."
nit nonoxaa. During tnts tlmo hn
"tinier was'nt the morcy of Btroni?
"orlh winds nnd heavy seas. ,ThU
"E' returned with a small cargo In-
eluding "empties," 20 sack peanuts
' sundries.
Inter-lslaml nnd O
11 A L KMiiplUR
the llullotju
liruils t..w, ..t k
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