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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. H., MONDAY, OCT. 16, 1911.
NOMINATIONS OF CANDIDATES FOR THE GREAT SUB
SCRIPTION CONTCST O"
WILL CLOSE AT 5 O'CLOCK NEXT FRIDAY AFTERNOON,
AND THE COMPLETE LIST WILL BE PUBLISHED THE
Only Five More Days
In Which to Enter
In these Flva Days attention will be confined largely to Ho.
nolulu and the. Island of Oahu, the Lltti of Maul, Kauai and Ha
waii being practically full.
Contest Manager Henehall will be at hi office from 8 a. m.
to 5 p. m. each day, prepared to give euch Information at may
roLLowiNa is the list of
PRIZES THUS FAR DECIDED
SECOND FINE BUILDING LOT IN
THIRD SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNT
OF $300.00 CASH:
FOURTH TICKET TO COAST AND
RETURN WITH POCKET
FIFTH 8ELECTION OF BOOK8,
SIXTH TRIP AND WEEK AT VOL
CANO) SEVENTH FURNITURE ORDER,
EIOHTH MUSIC ORDER, $50.00)
NINTH HARDWARE ORDER, $50.00)
TENTH JEWELRY ORDER, $50.00)
AND EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE
PEOPLE OF THE OTHER
ELEVENTH TRIP FROM HILO,
WEEK IN HONOLULU, AND RE
TURN) TWELFTH TRIP FROM WE8T HA
WAII, WEEK IN HONOLULU,
THIRTEENTH TRIP FROM MAUI,
WEEK IN HONOLULU, ANDRE
TURN. FOURTEENTH TRIP FROM KAUAI,
WEEK IN HONOLULU, AND RETURN.
How to Start
Nominations of Contestant! will be received by the CON
TEST DEPARTMENTof THE HAWAIIAN STAR from and after
B o'clock each day.
Nominations may be sent by mail or left at THE 8TAR OF
FICE, McCandlest Building, Bethel Street.
It is required that the prospective contestant's nomination be
made by a second person, lady or gentleman, subject to approval
and acceptance by the Contest Manager.
Clip the Blank from THE STAR, have It filled out, and send to
Hawaiian Star, Honolulu
Will Rival Coronation Doings
' In Spectacular Exercises
On tho seventh of noxt December
India will witness n gathering fully
ns largo otul more brilliant hi apparel
tlian marked I he 22ml of but Juno
when the coronation exercises wcio
lild In London. On that dny King
(teorgo mill (Jiieon Mary will arrive at
IH'lhl to take their part, ax Bmperor
end KmpresH of Imlla, In tlio Velobra
IIoiih which nru to mark, In the penln
niila of llliiduitaii, tho succession of
the present monarch to the throne.
For Homo days previously, the heads
of all the local governments will liavo
liecn present In the oht capital o( tho
Mughal empire. No lens Hum lfii) rul
ing princes, with their suites, tho gov
ernors of tlio Asiatic provinces of tho
rinulro, nml n quarter of n million
minor o Ulcers. soldiers anil retainers,
will ho withered In one eiiorm'iim
camp, which will he nerved ly no losu
than 41! miles of rallwny. No biicIi
ceremony will have been previously
recorded In tho wurll'n history; not
even In tho marvelous entertainments
of Hollman tho Magnificent, or In that
wonderful Catherine of llio pr hires of
France which welcomed l-ouls le
Oraml before tho walls of Mom.
This will all ho much more spec
tucular ami giaud than wcro the cor
nnatlon doings, for the vivid coloring
nml, In many lnslnnces, fantastic co.i
lumen will lend n significance not
lound In any other country In tho
COME FROM GUAM
After upending six months In Oiiam,
where lie has been Instructing the
local cocoaililt growers In the best
methods of lighting the Insect that
has hern attaching tho fruit, David T.
Fiiltuwuy, entomologist at the Feder
al experimental station here, is re
turning. When he left for (Ilium It
was thought that lie would go from
there to India to look for n parasite,
fur the cotton Loll iest hut owing to
the failure of the growers to raise the
necessary funds lie will now return
Dr.. K. V, VM ox of tho experiment
al station received n cable which lie
made out lis asking for orders. This
Is his Interpretation of It for It came
in code and which one It Is not known.
Taking this as the correct translation
of It lie wired back "Nothing Doing"
and Mr. Fulluway may therefore bu
expected to be buck again on the
trunsiort from Manila, lie having gone
there from Guam In anticipation of
orders for the Journey either way.
Negotiations liavo now been opened
by letter with Maxwell I.ufroy, the
government entomologist of India ask
ing him to look around for n para
site. Meanwhile the local growers
will look nroillid to sen what they can
do as to raising the necessary money.
Governor Kreur Is to tuke the matter
up with J. I'. Cooke when lie returns
at tho end of tills nidtith us to wheth
er the conservation fund can ho used.
Vutir Money llurk for (lie Asking. Vim
yi'e are so confident Hint we can
furnish relief for Indigestion mid dys-
pipsU that we promise to supply thu
medicine free of nil cirtt to every one
Him uses It iiceniillnK t directions who
Is not perfectly satisfied with the re
sults. We exact no promises and put
no ono under nny obligation whntewr.
Hurely nntlilne could lm fairer. Wenro
located right here whero you live, and
our reputation should lie sutllclent as
surance of the genuineness of our ouVr.
We want every one who is troubled
with indigestion or dyspepsia In nny
form to come to our store and buy u
box of Itexnll Dyspepsia Tablets. Tiiku
them home, nml give them u reason
able trial, according to directions. If
lhy don't please you, tell us and we
will quickly return your money. They
have n very mild hut positive action
upon tho organs with which they romo
In contact, apparently acting s n reg
ulative tonic upon tho relnxed muscu
lar coat of tho bowel, thus overcoming
weakness, and aiding to restore the
bowels to more vigorous nml hcollhy
nctlvlty. Three sizes, sr.c, (inc., nml
J1.00. Ilomemlier, you can obtain Hex
all Remedies only at our storo The
Rexnl) Storo. llenson, Smith & Co,
Ltd., Fori and Hotel streets.
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Are You Planning
On A Home of Your Own?
TF so, drop in and let us helji you. Our many years in the house-furnishing business enables us to
offer you many suggestions that will be of real help. Our store is filled to overflowing with the
newest and best furnishings for the home. If you do not wish to pay all cash, your promise to pay is
good; but come in and talk it over. It's never any trouble to show goods. It's a pleasure'
EXTRAORDINARY 8HOWINQ OF
IN SUITES AND ODD PIECES, IN GOLDEN OAK, MAHOG
ANY, CIRCASSIAN WALNUT, BIRD3CYE AND WHITE ENAMEL.
DRESSERS, $12.50 to $95.
DRESSING TABLES, $17 to
CHIFFONIERS, $10 to $85.
CHEVAL MIRRORS, $48 to
Quarter-sawed Oak, Golden finish, dull or polished) base
20x42x2, small drawers, wood knobs. Trench plate mirrow 22x28.
Regular price, $27 SPECIAL, $23.
WOOD BEDS are coming in favor again. We have them, in
nil the finishes. $1.50 to $60.
BRASS BEDS, 15 patt:rns to select from, In the very latest
designs. $22.50 to $70.
TWIN BUNGALOW BEDS are considerably In demand. We
have several designs in Iron and brass, from $20 to $50.
BRASS BED SPECIAL
, Two-Inch continuous pillar brass bed, with -inch filler rods)
height of head, 60 Inchest height of foot, 40 inches) tatin brass
finish, either three-quarter or double site. $27.
IRON BEDS In plain and scroll effects, In white, blue, green,
nd Vernls Martin finish plain or decorated. $4 to $33.
IRON BED SPECIAL
fy-5o-ineh,' continuous pdlrr bed.uMitch filler rods) height of
0&6 inches) height of foot, 40 Inchest white enamel finish.
Fascinating In the extreme are the new
Never have we shown such a large and diversified stock. There
are Wiltons, Axminsters, Body Criuccla, ' Tapoitrles, Rag and
Grass Rugs, in all the standard sizes.
WILTONS, $4.7S to $50.
AXMINSTERS, $1.50 to
BODY BRUSSELS, $13.50
RAO RUGS, $1 to $35.
GRASS RUCS, 50c to $12.
In Tapestry, Camp Cloth, and Leather
$3.50 to $15 a pair.
LEATHER PORTIERES, in
green, red, tan or brown, to fit
openings up to 8 feet. $7.50
COUCH COVERS, $3.50 to
COCOA DOOR MAT3, $1.50
to $5 each.
RUBBER DOOR MATS,
MATTING by the yard, 25c a
In the popular FUMED OAK FINISH, suitable for living room,
den, dining-room, or hall.
MISSION ROCKERS, $7.50
to $50. .
ION SETTEE8,.,$1fl to
MISSION ARM CHAIRS, $8
MISSION MORRIS CHAIRS,
$16 to $40.
MISSION LIBRARY TA
BLES, $15 to $40:
MISSION LIVING ROOM
TABLES, $2.50 to $25.
MISSION DESK, $12 to $2C.
le Agents for the
STEARNS A FOSTER
' $10 to $18
Zlno or Enamel Lined
$14.50 to $55
Hcnrgo A. Hrnwii hafl resigned the
presidency of thn llumiitin Hoclcty,
iind tint position will be tilled ut th
next election, which will ho held In
iihout n iiiuiiih from now. It Ih thought
Unit ut that time Mrs. Sanford II. Dole
will have returned nnd that nho will
be elected again to llll the position
she Iiiih so credllalily held buforc.
When Mr. llrown waB elected to the
head of the society he Intiodiiccd
ninny InipiiHemcnts In the workings
that were for the betterment of the
association, nnd In their workings out
It wiib found that thero was less
trouble to nil roiirerned nnd that
thi'ie was a marked Improvement In
the treatment of aiilmalH with u lent;
number of urrealB.
The work of the association lias
pioAperud under Mr. Drown's regime
mid there Is promise of mi active!
year to come. Mrs. F. M. Swuny,
icc-iienlileiit. since her return from
ahio.id, lias resumed an active Inter
est In f ie affairs of the society mid
will he n potent factor for liooil work
liming he coming year, ns she lias
been In the past.
Wakl Hallolln (I e-r rm.
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FOR SALE AT ALL GROCERIES
OFFICERS OF Y. M. C. A.
Tho nUlcers of the Y. M. C. A. desire
to express their appreciation of nil
that was done to make the historical
event of opening tlio new home n suc
cess. The Press, the Ilergstrom Music
Co , nnd the Clark Farm Co. ronm In
for sM-clal thanks for the parts they
played during the eventful week.
Dlank hooka of all sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin
Door Bell Out of Order?
. Then put it In order once and for all time by Installing a
i ! Bell Ringing
It occupies less space han the batteries, Costs less In the
,'ong run, and CAN'T GET OUT OF ORDER.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
IH A FAl'TOIt IN THU IM.KAHIfllU OF ANY .MCAU IF YOU
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PI.ETI1 IT TAHTKH WIU.I, AND KUIU'fl FIRM WITH LIT-
Metropolitan Meat Market
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