Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, December 09, 1910, 2:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of Hawaii at Manoa; Honolulu, HI
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
'.t- mvmmv '"mw."'y
EVENING DULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II FniDAY. DEC. 9, 1910.
"t-; TTp -
NOW ON DISPUY
Wc invito you all to come and examine our new
Holiday Goods now on display. For the past
month every steamer has brought us merchandise
suitable for Xmas gifts. Everything is unpacked
and' ready for inspection. ARTICLES TOO NUM
EROUS TO SPECIFY.
IN OUR TOY DEPARTMENT you will find many
articles suitable for the little ones and at prices,
that will suit everybody. Give us a call.
Store open Saturday evenings from now on. .
Fort Street, Opposite Catholic Church
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Me.
Parrott & Co., San, Francisco
Badger's .Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
(GRINNELL AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER)
Neuinan Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aaohen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
FORT STREET, NEAR MERCHANT
An Electric Toaster
A DAINTY ADDITION TO YOUR TABLE SERVICE
GENERAL ELECTRIC TOASTER . . . $3.75
WESTINGHOUSE TOASTER-STOVE . . 0.00
A fino Christmas Gift and one that will prove highly
acceptable in' any household that uses electric light.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Thirty Inches In Wailuku
And Many Roads Are .
(HK-clnl II II 1 1 1! tin C'crri!"imlciic'.)
WAII.UKl', Until, Dec. 8. Will
Ittku nnd Mnkiiwuu districts can hot
moke imy complaint about scarcity (if
water, for It rained at tho late of
four Indies every twcnty.four hours
ttlnco Inst I'rld.iy night, or n total
of over thirty Inches' In Wailuku,
alone up to Inst evening, when It lie-.
Ran to clear up, nnd today has been
tlin fltet rlpttt ilnv will, t.tnnti' ,.f ultli."
dltlnc 111 tho last 120 hours.
The Mnkiuwio roada hne lieeu mi
nimbly tb.it ecn tho moat powerful
nulos could not get up there. To
day Judge nnd Mrs. Kcpolknt, Attor
ney i: C. Peters nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. W.
S. ClUIlngworth vent up to Malta
uno nnd return In .1. do Ilcgo's l'nck.
nrd, nnd they report the frightful
condition of tho road wrought by the
ro lent northerly rainstorm. Wlillo
tho rainfall baa been Immense, yet
the storm tins not done any big dam
ngo to the plantation property, but
tho manager and his lutius nnd men
got n thorough drenching.
The largo l'uuncuo mill btnrtcd
grinding for this season some time
ngo, nnd on last Monday tho Will
luku mill commenced grinding for
this .season's crop, which Is expected
to be n l.irgc one.
Supervisor T T. Mejcrs reports
bad ttcallier on Molokal. os also does
Supervisor W IV Until of llnnii. Su
pervisor K. Knubl got hero at noun
todny lo attend the session of the
board, being dclned on account of
had weather. He sas that n por
tion of tho road between Wnlhco and
Makilllua, Kabakuloa is wnshed out
nnd 'quite dangerous, oven for thoso
on liorseha-W. However, men have
been put on to elenr tho road of
fallen rocks and earth.
lloth tho new Wailuku Courthouse
nnd tho county building lenked bad
ly during tho rnlny weather. Treas
urer I.. It. Jlaldwln vvns compelled to
place about n ilo7en buckets in his
otllco to storo tho water Which poured
frdm tho leaking Wof. Tho tnx of
fice nnd tho Vourtroom nro nlso In
bad condition on account of leaks
frpm tho loot nnd through tho Walls
of hollow contrcto blocks. Tho walls
of reinforced concreto of tho new
Church of tho Good Shepherd 111 Wa
iluku stood tho test splendidly.
To receive repairs nnd lepalntlng.
tho Inter-Island utenmor Knlulnnl
was placed on tho inailno rallvvny
this morning. Tho vessel has been
engnged In lu)lng nnd replacing buojs
along tho coist of Hawaii for six
.months past. Tho steamer will bo
ready to go into commission ngatn
within u few dais.
MR! S020D0NT iH
lRl tooth gejB
rM$jj Its antiseptic ffi!
affiH fragrance is in Hi
iHtUHrHu evidence hours ( it i
Pi njffla after use. J S I
the same as babies.
Babies can't take care
of themselves, nor can
Babies cry for atten
tion so do nerves.
Probably both are half
starved for proper
BAILEY WILL IS
UP FOR PROBATE
Wailuku Kamaaina Left His
Wife and Family About
(hjntliil II ill let III CrrrcsiHindtnw.)
WAILUKU, Maul, Dee. 8. Mrs.
Mary Hal filed n petition in tho Sec
ond Circuit Court, Wailuku, this
morning for the probate of the Inst
will and testniucnt of tho late IM
ward II. Ilallcy, who died in Wailuku
last month. The deceased left con
siderable propcrt) in Wailuku, both
real und personal Most of It Is lo
cated along the main business thor
oughfares, and Is valued nt about
Hon. W, O, Smith or Honolulu und
C. I). I.iitklii or the I'lrBt National
llnnk of Wailuku vvoro mentioned ns
executors of tho will by tho devdent,
who devised nil his property to his
wife, Hiully Hnllo, for and during
her natural life. After tho death or
the wife, tho .property shull descend
Ills son W. K. Ilallcy, receives tho
building and premises on northeast
corner of Main and High streets, op
posite tho Maul Hotel, known ns tho
Ilallcy block and comnlnnly known us
Hoffman mid yctlcscn store; aluo cer
tain buildings. and premises on the
south side or,, Vineyard street, ud
Jolulng the, estate of, I'ae premises.
Mrs. JIary Hal, wlfo or Captain W.
U Hal, ono ot tho daughters, gets tho
building and premises on High street
between tho Hal promises und the
Mrs. i:ilu Ilhoads, another daugh
ter, gotsrcrtnln premises with build
ings on Vlnej nrd street, adjoining a
portion of premises given tu the sou,
W. K. ll.iley.
Unto his grandson, Joseph Ilallcy
Wilson, testator gavo certain prem
ises and buildings on Viuoyard street,
comprising both tho Ilallcy homo
stead and lottugo leased to tho Kings
bury's. Tho rest and residua or tho prop
erty Is to bo wild by tho oxeculorB,
tho proceeds Ironi which are lo bo
used Tor tho education and mainte
nance of Paulino Ilallcy and tho oth
Tho will was signed In Wailuku In
prcsemc' of It. 1. Qunrlcs and W. A.
McKay, and was dated October 23,
Tho Portland and Asiatic Steam
ship Company has charteied tho tlri-
tlsh steamship Struthflllan Jo nuiko
an outward trip Irom Portland lo
China uud Japan Ju place of thu Orl
ental liner Selja, which was sunk In
u rolllslou with Ilia Bl earner Heaver
off Point Hejcs It In txccled a
steamer to take tho inn iteruiuiicntly
wllt soon bo engaged.
" Our Name In Your Clothes "
A great combination for
being well dresse !
' II i I
Have you seen the quality
of clothes we handle?
Do you know that we handle
only the best?
Are you familiar with our
Knowing these things means'
our name in your clothes
makes you one of the best
dressed men in town.
About Your Holiday Advertising . i
The Chas. R. Frazier Co.,
122 South King Street J
: .. j
IN COPLEY PBINTS
PACIFIC PICTURE FEAMINO CO.
1050 Nuuanu Street
Cook n kr
ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMING .
Kodak Developing and' Printing
Arts & Crafts Shop
THE STORE FOR CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS
Muslin Underwear and
A LAROi: AND WnLL-SUI.KCTUD
PREPARE FOR THE COLD
Wo have laid In a ery larco stock
of ItlunketB dud Comforters.
WHITE WOOLEN BLANKETS
$3, $3.50. $4.75. $6, $7, $8.50, $10.
RED WOOLEN BLANKETS $5.
$0, $6.50, $7, $0i $12 50.
WHITE, COTTON BLANKETS
75c. $1. $1.25. $1.50. $2. $2.50 per.
IQREY COTTON BLANKETS 75c,
COfiFORTERS $1.75, $3.25, $5.
A new line, with satin ratine on
Collar; Cuffs and Pocket. In Drown,
Clrey, Orcen, lan, etc,, fiom $15 to
WHITE CROCHET AND KNITTED
, , t SWEATERS
Tor TjllB and Children.
Our Big Special Sale of Fans
Begins Monday, Dec. 12
A handsome assortment in oorreot styles and sizes, White, Black, Hand-Painted,
Spangled, Lisse, and Lace Fans in Ivory, Ebony, and Fancy Wood Mountings
Itegular 1'rlce .30 Special l'rlio
" " ...'....' CO " . "
, ii i. ''! 75
' " 1.00
J " I-" .
- " 2.00
4t H T
,, ,25 Itcgulur I'rico
Come early on Monday morning, bs thee nrices will effect a prompt clearance.
Beautiful New Hats
Aro now bcliiK shown In our Mil
linery Department. Special impor
tation for the holldns. 1'enlher
lints, Tailored and Wulklug Hats.
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S HATS
A ery pretty ubsortment from
NEW SILK GOWNS
In Mi'KMlIno Satin und Diagonal
Silk; ull thu popular styles and
WOOLEN TAILORED SUITS
Very handsome; In tho most pop
ular colors and fahrics; vory stllh
fills, l'riccs, $27.50, $30 nnd $32
SACHS' DRY GOODS COMPANY
Another consignment has Just hecu
' ' ' '?-' y
T" HANDSOME NETJDRESSE8
in .ifitiir-innn.i,iini,ii ,iliH,,i
u ;?; if.A', '..
. v..- .JlujAa... ..tL.t-i,. -rffjtffimV n,,, frfi