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NOW ON DISPLAY
Wc invite 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 eveninns from now on.
Fort Street, Opposite Catholic Church
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Me.
Parrott & Co., San Franoisco
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
,'SRINNEH AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER)
Neuinan Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aachen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
FORT STREET, NEAR MERCHANT
An Appreciated Gift
Has value in the eyes of the receiver for its beauty and useful
ness. Imported Chinese goods have both these qualities.
Among the articles we arc showing are DRESS SILKS, SILK
SHAWLS, HANDKERCHIEFS and SHIRT WAISTS in all colors.
Buying is made easy when you sec this display.
We invite you to call.
fing Wo'Jai & Co.
041 Nuuanu, near King St.
How the Elf
Jumped Rllht into till
The fact that Hostettcr's
Stomach Bitters has helped
thousands of sickly people
back to health during the
past 57 years should con
vince you that it is the med
icine vou need for Indiges
tion, Stomach Ills, Malaria,
Fever and Ague.
For sale by rjenuon, Smith ft Co.
Ltd.; Holtlster Drug Co., Ltd.;
Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.; Hllo Drug
Co.; and at all Wholesale Liquor
NOTICE OF SALE OF GOVERN
At 12 o'clock noon, Thursday, Feb
ruary 2, 1911, nt ttin front door to
the Cnpllol. Honolulu, there will be
fold nt public miction under l'art
IV, Se tlon 17 of the Land Act of
180n, Section 27(1, Itevlsed Laws or
Hawaii, the following iWs'rlbed
(1) Oovcmment Itomnnnt on
Fort Street extenson, Honolulu, con
tnlnlng nn area of 2,420 bcj. ft. Up
set price $212.00.
(2) Land on Fort Street extens
ion, (ndjolnlng property of Henry
Kninana), containing nn area of 275
sq. ft., moro or leas. Upset price
(3) Right-of-way for Irrigation
ditch nt Wahlawa, Wahtltia, Oahti,
containing nn area of (fiff acres, more
or less. Upset price ICG. 00.
Purchaser to pay cost of Patent
For maps and further particulars,
apply nt the.ofllre of. the Commission
er of Public Lands, Capitol llulld
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu. Nqv. 29, 1910.
Dec. 1, 8, IK, 22, 29, 1910.
Jnn. r., 12, 19, 2C and Feb 2, 1911.
N the olden times In n certain town In nngland," said daddy ono evening
In beginning bis bedtime story for Jack and Kvcljn, "there lived an elf
who wns very mischievous. Indeed, somo of the tricks which ho played
on the people wero worse than mischievous, for tbey did considerable
"So ono day they held n meeting to consider what should bo done about It.
The elf lived In an old deserted house nt tho very end of tbo town.
"Well, at tho meeting several plans for trapping tbo elf wero spoken of,
but nono seemed to tho people to bo n good one. Finally somo ono saldt
"'Let's ask Daft Tom to catch the elf. Ho'll do It if any ono con.' Daft
Tom was a queer old man who lived In tho town and who was believed to bo
able to talk with fairies and elves nnd such creatures. Bo tbey sent for Daft
Tom nnd offered hlra ten gold pieces If ho would rid tbo town of the elf. 'I'll
try,' said Tom, 'but you must giro mo a big candlo nnd an empty bottlo with a
cork for It'
"When ho got tho candlo nnd tbo bottlo nnd cork Daft Tom went at night
to tbo clfs house, sat down at tho tablo of tbo biggest room, lit his candlo and
"Just exactly at 12 o'clock ho looked wp, nnd there, sitting In front of him,
was tho elf. 'Hello,' said tho mischievous creature. 'How did you got lnj'
"'Through tho chimney,' said Daft Tom. 'And how did you get In
" '1 don't think that Is your business,1 said the elf, 'especially as this Is my
houso and you have no right hero.'
"'Well said Tom, 'It's caBy enough for any ono to get In through tho
"'Ilut I didn't get In through tho doorway,' said tho elf. 'I camo In
through tho keyhole.'
" '1 don't bellcvo It said Tom, 'for If you got In through tho keyhole you
could get Into this bottlo here And ho pointed at tuo t,0tte, from which ho
had drawn tho cork before tho elf appeared.
"'Humph!' replied tho elf. That's easy. Just watch me:' And with that
bo sprang up nnd Jumped right Into tho bottlo. Therel 1 told you so ho
said, but before he could Jump out again Tom pushed the cork tight Into tho
neck of the bottle, nnd the elf was caught Then be took the bottlo .with tho
bad elf In It and threw It. Into the river."
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Dec. 13, 1010.
I From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Noa W Alull and as gdu to Wal
I luku Sug Co L
Hllo Sugar Co to Lois N'nllmu..Rcl
KnUuolo Pamalaulu to Ktpnhulu
Sugar Co L
Knke (k) et al to Klpnhulu Sug.
nr Co I.
S P Correa to Klpabulu Sugnr
I Co I.
H K Poepoo to Pioneer Mill Co
I Ltd L
KnliinluUn Kakn to Pioneer Mill
1 Co Ltd , , U
.John Knpall and wf et al to John
F Colburn, tr '. I)
' A D Castro to Antonio I Sllva. . . D
Leon Sterling by gdn to W C
I Achl, tr ,...nel
William C Achl, tr, to Lum Fnl,
' tr I)
Entered for Record Deo. 14, 1910,
1 From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Wm Robertson to Mnrthn F Fletn-
Chun Yin Ko to W W Ahana
1 Co M
Mrs Knlamait Kahulanut to II
I John Aim et nl D
Chns S Martin nnd wf to John
F Colburn, tr D
PITTSIJUIKS, Dec.- 3. Plans for
tho greatest pension 'Vynlciti In thu
world, nslilu from tho Government'
pensioning of soldiers of the Civil
Wnr, wero oinclnlly 'unnounced from
the headquarters of the Carnegie Re
lief rimd Association hero today.
Tho United Stales Steel Corpora
tion, with an JS,000,nu fund, has
combined with the $1,000,000 relief
fund established by Andrew Carncglu
som6 years uro, making 112,000,000
to bo known as tho United States
Steel and Carneglo Pension Fund.
From this thcro will bo paid to em
ployees of the United States Steel
Corporation all ocr tho country pen'
slnns as warranted In conditions laid
down. The new monster pension
fund will go into effect January 1st
Giry Heads Committee.
J. 11. Kiskluo of Pittsburg, wlui
ins been connected with the Car
in g'.o Relief Fund at Pittsburg since
Its Inception, has boon named as
Manager of tbo new fund, while
Chairman K. II. Onfy of the Steel
Coiporntton, with Cecil ko W. Perkins.
Robert A. Franks and It. C. Rolling,
nil of New York, comprise rlio execu
thu commlUco. ,
Tbo uewUund will follow out tbo
linos Inld down by Carneglo in his
pensioning of libs pmplooos years
ago, lint- will be extended to ull mills
nnd properties of thu coriKiratlon.
There aro under Ufo pension by tbo
Carneglo Relief Ffind today fi2IT "for
mer employee of Carnegie, nnd thosa
will bo taken oxerint onco by the' now
Tbo rules of tbo new United States
Steel nnd CiirnegHo Pension Fund
which will npply ta emplocrs of tho
corpaintlon cstnbllsVi threo different
lines of pensions.
The pensions will not exceed 1100
per month nor bo loss than 112 per
On Getting a Servant Girl .
or a Position at Servant Girl
Suppose you Host your Ssrvtnt Girl "
"In the twinUlnc of an eyel" Don't
let it worry yon. Yon cu have soother
In a few hours by mint or reading oar
little Wut Ads. And you who an a
Serving MaM maybe xomeocs wints
you today, look and so on our Cbutl
flee) page. If not, aki for what you
want thru a little Wanlt Ad. Works
both ways you see. Alid at a coit no
greater than few car (tides. Here's
Read and Answer
I! Tpday?SiWant8Ads. J
for Infants and Children.
Don't Poison Baby.
nonTY YIMKS A5 nlmoit every mother 1liourlit linr child mint have
nrt'Krli or laudanum to mako It sleep. Thum drugs will prodm o sleep,
nnd a feu drops loo ninny will produce tho sleep from tvlilrli I hero I
110 ivitklnff. Many are tbo children who have been killed ot whoo health li.ir.
been ri'Incd forlifo by paregoric, laudanum and morphine, each' of whkli is a
narcotl-i product of opium. DrugglsU aro prohibited from selling either of Ilia
narcotic mimed to children at all, or to anybody wiliout labeling them
"poUon." Tho definition of "narcotic" Is: "A mciUetnt tehleh relieve imin
aiuljiroilucei srrji, biif trhtch in jiottonout done jiroiliicei tttijmr, ciima, cunvul
tlons and ilcuth." Tbo tate nnd smell of medicines containing opium nn dd
gtilscd, and sold under the names of "Drops," "Cordials," "Sootbliif; Syrups."
etc You should not permit any inedicino to bo given to your children without
you or yo'ir physician know of what It Is composed. Cuslurlu does not run
stgnut urn of
I hive frrqnenlljr nrrllntl C'i'lorlit for con
aou ftlUucuMof ctilUlr ti u lti inl nul! "
V. A. (.smoiu., M I).,
11jII:o, n. Y.
"Ai the fiuVr of thlriM-n cM'Jrrn I mlilnlj
know mmctliliff nlMint ynnr pnit nfillcfiie iiitl.
jul.la from lujr imn fjm!! riihrtiiui. I lure. In
mjjtmnat fucilrc, (n-i.1 Cutoii4 a fopohr uil
efficient rvmeUjr la &lmut v err hotnn."
Wx. J. IcCaiis, M I).,
Om! r, lut)'.
"1 flnd jour Cutori It Terr beiieflcUl In th
trefttineiit vt iUldn.b' fcllnu nte "
r. ui, it d. 1
"I object to Vthit are eallro el-nt nmltnnee,
Mlirro innki r atnne ktmwn uliat eloff I put hitlirui,
but 1 know tliu formula nf) our (affto.1aanUaJil-
ltUMilitlnr-re3Me. I Jadcalt ttt very um
ful, J VfM w LarmkM (auilljr ntnllcine.'
N. II. flltK. M. )) ,
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castorla.
in Use For Over 30 Years.
Is the kir.j we bought for our Winter demand. The goods
as now shown in the s'.ore fill every promise of sustaining
their warranted wcaiing durability, as well as the dictates
There -'s 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 we have in stock. The need of these
garments for the little ones is too well known to -parents to
necessitate much "sales talk" here. See the line, and the
gnrmen's will sell themselves. These goods are priced in
this store as they are in New York, Cbcngo and San Fran
YEE CHAN & CO
Conor King and Bethel Streets,
The Big Toy Store
Wall, Nichols Co.,
Where you can find almost everything you
may want for a gift.
Christmas without Toys for the children
would not seem like XMAS to them.
COME AND SEE THE VARIETY
Japanese Cotton Rugs
In sizes from 14 feet x 14 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, I
At a discount from the regular price that will be a gratifying
surprise to , the careful buyer. , i
WE ARE VERY CAREFUL TO IMPORT ONLY THE BEST OF
AND THESE WE ARE NOW OFFERING AT A PRICE! FAR BE
LOW THEIR VALUE. ' v
Chinese and Japanese
- Plain and Figured
in plain colors, but of three thicknesses. Inlaid in tile ef
fects; iC'ntsi ncat designs.
177 S: King Street LEWERS &, COOKE, LTD
,177 S. King Street