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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, December 14, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 9, Image 9',
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i:T.NINfl ill'f.t.CTIN, IIONOMJM', T II . WUIINIWIlW. W.P 11.1010
NOW ON DISPLAY
Wc invito you all to come anil examine our new
Holiday Goods now on display. For the past
month every steamer has brought us merchandise
suitable for Xmas cjifts. Everything is unpacked
and. ready for inspection. ARTICLES TOO NUM
EROUS TO SPECIFY. V
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 i
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.
(QRINNELT. AUTOMATIC SFRINKLEE)
Neuinan Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aachen & Munioh Fire Ins. Oo.
FORT STREET, NEAR MERCHANT
An Appreciated Gift
Has vnluc in the eyes of the receiver for its beauty nnd useful,
ness. Imported Chinese goods have botli these qualities.
Among the articles wc nrc showing arc DRESS SILKS, SILK
SHAWLS, HANDKERCHIEFS and SHIRT WAISTS in all colors.
Buying is made easy when you scc this display.
Wc invite you to call.
ring Wo'Jai & Co.,
Oil Nuuanu, near King St.
In keeping Willi tlio iiroKrcvH now
uvlilcnt In nil lini'H u IhibIiiuhw, IIIKl
In iiruimrntloii fur "(liciitor llono
lilln," ii lli'Xiill iiwin-y In to lie en
tuMUlied licre. Ilexnll Is tlio iinino
iiiillcil lo ii lino of mi-illt'liius, ilriiK
KlBtB' nundtlt'H mill iiiiwUIps nninu
fiu turcd iiinl wilil li tlio United Drug
Co. or Hosting Must).
Tlio Itaxnll lino Ih curried In till r-ty-ilm
hundred title mill towns In
tilt) United Stilton mid C'liiuidn, nnd is
Holil In lint olio Htoro In cnrli local
ity. Fur tlio Territory of Hawaii tlio
iiKoney litis liven Riven to Uciiboii,
Smith d. Co., Ltd. Wlint Iiiib nindo
tlio Roods ho popular nnd well known
In America nnd litis lmllt up mi an.
mini tnmliicim of more than tlirce ami
oiic-lialf nilllloii dollars for tlio Unit
ed llrui; Co, In t tic lust eight years,
ran lio cxprchscd by tlio word "(Jmil
Ity." Tlio preparations mo not se
cret nor "Patent." Tlio formula of
caili Is known to tlio dniKKlsiB sell
ing It. Anotlicr feature Is that each
pi'icon Inlying a Itoxall preparation
lias the privilege of returning It and
getting his money hack If It Is not
satlsfnctory and docs not conic up to
Its advertised (ua!ltles.
Kneh Itcjtnll druggist becomes n
ttockhnlilcr In tlio United Drug Com
pany of lloston, and through tlio
splendid cooperation of this organiza
tion ho gets In tou-h with tho new
things In the drug trade nnd the hest
thoughts of innro than thlrty-llvo
hundred llvc-wlro druggists scatter
ed throiichout the I'nltcd States and
Canada. An annual lonventlon Is
held In Homo city possllily Honolulu
may he honored In tho future and
several hundred delegates meet to
exchange Ideas and listen to ad
dresses hy men representing the hcBt
pharmaceutical thought in America.
. Messrs. Ilensnn, Smith & Co., Ltd
expect tho early arrival of tho first
shipment of these goods.
SPOOKS IN LOWER
HOUSE AT WASHINGTON
Republican Policemen, Nerv-
. ous About March 4, the
Ones that See Them,
WASHINGTON, D. 0., Nov. 20
Is tho House of Itcprcsciitutlves ollleo
'building haunted? Tho policemen
'who guard It bay it Is. They Insist
that It Is tho resort of spooks. Skcp.
tics say the policemen aio haunted
with the fear that tho next House of
Itoiirescntntivcg will ho Democratic
and about sixty loyal blue-coated llo
publicans will walk tho plank nnd
make room for mi equally stalwart
'forco of Democrats. Tho spirits of
tho departed In tho bulldlni: inluba-
linirn In til,, f Imn-lifilinrnfl ll'nv nfl
Three New Licenses Applied
For Facinrj Strony
(Hl,it II ill I ii 1 1 II rniiniliiim )
Ilil.O, Dec. 11!. The semi -annual
meeting of tho Hoard uf l.lipinr I.I
conso CoinmlrslouciB will lake plaio
next Thursday, and tlio miK lmport-
mit matter for It to consider will bo
the nppllciitloim tor thivo now 11
iciikch In llllo, That the feeling of
a largo part of tho community is
against the granting of nut new li
censes whatever for this cltj, no
matter who may bo tho applicants, Is
shown by tlio following petition
which Is being circulated, nnd which
will bo submitted to the commlsslon-
"To tho Hon. John T. Mnlr, Clinlr-
tnnii, Hoard of l.lipior Commis
sioners of tho Count.i of Hawaii,
Territory of Hawaii- I
"In tho matter of the granting of
the licenses of three applicants of
this city, for retail, wholesale mid
"Thnt considering the bIzo of our
little city mid the fact that wo aro
working to bring tourists hero ntidj
desire to keep our clt as moral and
sober as possible;
"Wo, the undersigned, resident cit
izens and taxpayers of the city ot
llllo. Island ami Couut of Hawaii,'
do hereby protest that wc hae at
piescnt u sulllclcnt number of places,
htiti'l, wholesale and letall, licensed
to dispense liquor .ami where It may"
be procured, and iigaliixt the grant-'
lug of any further llei-nses, within
our rlty limits, of whatever class." ,
This morning tho fol owing signa
tures bad been obtained: 11. X.
Holmes, J. II. Ilarrou. John Kafllpu,
0. II. Williams, I.. A. Thurston, Wm.
McKay, C. . IliiiUnn. S I). Parson. I
(!co. X. Day, Adam Lindsay. Jarrctt
T. Lewis. J. C. Mo Inc. II. II. More
head, K. N. Doyo It. W. Killer. K. II.
Moses, Ceo. Doiliu Sr., A. S. Lcllarou!
, . 1. 1.- 1H..I. ....!.. 1..I... 4 I
iuriiuy, r.. r. iiitiiiiiui, .itniii it
Htott, I.. S. Lyman, W. Vniinatta, It.
J. Lymnn, S. L. Desha, N. C. Will
fong, V. 0. Knlhcnul. C. II. Swain.
Stephen Desha Jr.. It T. Guard, W.
H.-Shlpinnn, A;"M. Cntirlnhu, O. 1.
AlfuiiKO, .1. I. Fernandez Jr., D. S.
Hodman, J. S. Caccrcs, C, II. Ly
man, C. C. Kennedy, L. Severance,
8. K. Pun, W. A. rctter. II. W. Kin.
uey, J. 1', Slssou,
LIDOATi: In Honolulu, December
13, 111 10, Mrs. Ann Lldgntc, moth
er of J M. and Anthony Lldgnto
and Mrs. A. F. Cooke, nged eighty-
Funeral at her latn residence at
ay , imi,i t n ,iviin.b ililu rvVoittind.
kiiubis. .iiyRiL-iious mwra I1"" day) iirtvrnoou
through tho corridors. Doors ononl
and sliutwlthuut the help of human.
llliuu. v uiiiows uuvo ueeit hiiuwii iu
ilrop down and Hy up, pictures fall
off mantels, chairs upset strangely.
For It all many guesses aro hazard
ed. Tho policeman who guards tho
First btieet entrance Is oxil.suro that
on cry time hu gets comfortably en
Bconccd In an armchair and Is ready
for his nightly snooze a llcrco zephyr
whiizos by him and makes sleep Im
possible. A policeman's lot Is an un
happy olio at best, but when It comes
to walking n beat through a loucsoma
mid detortcd cavern of whlto ninrblo
mill suddenly finding that nn eleva
tor door Is opening without uvea a
int lo do It uulinppliioss homines too
mild n term. !
Numerous Investigations have been
Hindu. Watch parties organized to
catch tho ghosts have failed. Tho
iiorturiial appearances have provoked
a variety of theories. i
ti Bulletin offlc.
cards on salo it
renews and sustains the
strength of weak, failing
babies; pale, delicate chil
dren; tired, nervous women
and feeble, aged people. It
contains no alcohol, no
drug, no harmful'ingrcdicnt
whatever; it builds up and
strcngtiicns the young as
well as the old.
Notice of an pmiiiiIimIIoii for dredg
ing sub lnM'clcirH litis been rccchcd
at tho nntnl station here from tlio
navy dopnitiucnt nt Washington, the
examination to bo held on Dec-ember
nn, or us soon thereafter as practi
cable. The nollco rends:
An examination of applicants will
bo hebl lit tho Naval Station, Hawaii.
Honolulu, T. II., December 30, 1!)U),
or as soon thereafter ns practicable,
for tlio purpose of establishing an eli
gible register of siiblnspcctors (dredg
ing) at t.l.iK) per diem,
The examination will bo open to all
miners who enn give evidence of ex
pcilciico In tlio kind of work for which
they seek emploMiicnt and who are
citizens of Ilia United plates, Per
sons now holding positions at the
yard will bo admitted lo competition
on tho sniiio footing as other appli
Applications will bo addressed to
tho "Commandant, Naval Station, Ha
waii. Honolulu, T .11.," and must be
delUered to him on or lieforo Wed
nesday, December 28, 1010. No ap
plication received after that ilato will
Knch applicant will stato In his a im
plication his name, age, lesldcncc.
citizenship, piescnt occupation, nnd
previous employment or work done.
Tho applications will bo accompan
ied by evidence of citizenship and by
certificates preferably ftom prcloiti
employers, ns to chnracter. habits of
Industry mid sobriety, mid skill and
experience In work of tho kind re
quired. A board of examiners will convent1
nl tho Naval Stntlou, Hawaii. Hono
lulu, T. II., on the 3nth day of Decem
ber, 1910, or as soon after as practi
cable. pplleautH will ho Informed of tlio
di'te upon which they will bo requir
ed to reKirt for examination,
Tho Commandant will acknowledge
lie lecelpt of each application, en
closing n copy of this order nud In
ltlng attention to paragraph 7.
The examination will be practical
In character, having reference exclu
sively to the requirements of the ki
sit Ion to be tilled.
Tho applicant's antecedents and ex
perience, ns well as the character of
Ids previous work, will ho duly con-
sldered hy the hoard In making Its
The board will make sutnclcnt In-,
cpilry to ascertain that tho applicants
recommended nro fit for tho work;
that they havo enough education to
mnke the required reports, estimates,
and calculations; Hint they nrc of
reputable character and of sober nnd
Industrious habits. And that I hey hnvo
not been convicted of crlmo or mis
demeanor. At the close ot tlio examination I ho
board will make a report, through
the Commandant, to tho Secrclnry of
tlio Navy, showing tho comparative
merit of tho nppllcants nnd designat
ing the names of the Individuals who,
in Its opinion, are hest qualified for
appointment Tim record of proceed
ings of tho board, with applications,
certlflcaes, nud other papern of Ihoso
who qualify, will bo forwarded to tho
BAND CONCERT. i
Tho Hawaiian band will play this
evening at 7,30 o'clock nt tho l'leas
anton Hotel, I'un.ihou. Tho program
Is as follows:
Overture -Jiiaiiltn Suppo
Intermezzi) Mnnto Carlo . . . Itotlar
llallad Morning .'. Ileethoveu
Sele-tlnii - Tho llohcnilnn Clrl... Hallo
Vocal Hawaiian Sougn
Ar. by Merger
So'cctlon Hello of lloltcmln
Waltz Thu Higglers Llncke
Finale Tho Higglers Haines
Tho Star Spangled llanncr.
SCHAKI'KIl -In Honolulu, Dee 13,
1910, to Mr. nnd Mrs. Uhs Schacfcr,
Politicians nro all right as long as
they allow tbemsehes to bo draped
with tho hobbto skirts of their party.
"SHIRLEY PRESIDENT" SUSPENDERS
ate the only suspenders made with the sliding cord in the back,
which Instantly responds to every
movement ol the body nnd rcliccs all
strain on the sh3'ildcn and trouscr
buttons. This makes " Shirley Pres
ident." Suipcrtdirs not only the most
comfortable, but the nio-t durable.
Ask your dealer lor the "Shirley
President" Suspender the genuine
has"Shirley Presidenf'on the buckle.
The C. A. Edrjarton Manufacturing Co.
SHIRLEY, MASS., U. S. A.
f lolorlor r
W Imitations W
Is the kini wc bought for our Winter demand. The poods
as now .shown in the s ore All every promise of sustaining
their warranted wearing durability, as well as the dictates
There is a complete line of SWEATERS for Men, Wo
men and Children, priced so everyone can own one. The
line will please you as much as they did us when they ar
rived. The DR. DENTON SLEEPING GARMENT for Children
is the newest article wc have in stock. The need of Uicse
garments for the little ones is too well known to parents to
necessitate much "sales talk" here. See the line, and the
garments will sell themselves. These goods are priced in
this store as they arc in New York, Cbcago and San Fran
YEE CHAN & CO,
Conor King and Bethel Streets,
OUR STOCK IS NOW COMPLETE
A few of our prices
SOLID GOLD BRACELETS $8.00 up
SOLID GOLD BROOCHES 1.75 up
SOLID GOLD BEAUTY PINS .60 up
SOLID 14-k GOLD WALCHES with ELGIN
or WALTHAM MOVEMENTS $19.00 up
We sell all other goods in proportion and guaran
tee the quality.
M. R. Counter's
1142 Fort Street
Japanese Cotton Rugs
In sizes from 14 feet xr14 feet down. Attractive, .designs in
soft blending colors.'
NEVER HAVE SUCH RUGS BEEN OFFERED AT THE PRICE.
Chinese Grass Rugs
2x3 to 14x14 Feet.
ON SALE IN THE LARGE ROOM ADJOINING OUR MAIN OF
FICE ON KING STREET,
At a discount from the regular priccthat wiil'bc a gratifying
surprise to the careful buyer.
WE ARE VERY CAREFUL TO IMPORT ONLY THE BEST OF
AND THESE WE ARE NOW OFFERING AT A PRICE FAR BE
LOW THEIR VALUE.
Chinese and Japanese
Plain and Figured
in plain colors, but of three thicknesses. Inlaid in tile ef
fects; prints, neat designs.
I77 S. King Street LEJJRiS) .& 't COOKE, '' LTD., ' ' 177 S. King Street
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