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rVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T.H., THUR8DAY, NOV. 9, 1911.
Ladies'Tan Button Boot
1 7 Buttons, Extra High Cut
In this boot we
Comfort, Style end
Theie are alt the
rage on the Coast
at well at the
New high broad
toei, short vamps
and medium heels
$5 thz Pair
WE DO SHOE REPAIRING
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
1051 Fort Street
YB YOU MUST GET 'EM IKI
R We have all of the best disinfsclants lml
mm) Mosquitoline W
w?r Skeeterskoot vv
ijj Skeetgo Jl
Htak everything ever discovered to AVeH
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Vf FORT AND HOTEL STREETS L
We are showing a
boot of the same
cut, but made of
Black Vlcl Kid.
These we are sell
$4.50 a Pair
These are the
newest for street
Come in while we
have all sites.
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HUNTER DINNER RESULTS IN
PUNS FOR TOURIST PROMOTION
AlmoKt jrlnrtlhif; pingrcsa In spread
ing :iroiiiil Ilia wtirlil (ho nttrictliins
f the Pacific for tourists nnil pios
pecdve residents was rccoidod lltHt
night nt the Iliinils-AKiund-tho-l'iiciflc
Club dinner to Percy Hunter, tho llvo
wire of Australian promo'.ltin work,
The dinner wns given nt tho Uni
versity Chili nnil n attended by n
gathering that roproentcd not only
llio wonderfully cosmopolitan popula
tion of Honolulu, hut of the countries
bordering tho I'nclflc.
Tho fcaturo of tho evening, besides
the promotion vvoik told iihout, wits
the passing of two resolution. Tho
first was Introduced by J. I. Cooke,
seconded by J. It. flnlt nnil unani
mously adopted. It In ns follows:
Whereas, Tho members ot the
Hnnds-ArotiniMho- Pacific Club In
Honolulu, and tho representatives of
many Pacific pcoplo nnil races with
the various business nnil commercial
organizations here assembled, believe
that the time Is ripe tor a joint co
operative movement on tho part nt
nil of tho governments of tho Paci
fic looking toward n belter knowledge
on tho American continent nnil nbroul
of tho Pacific lands, peoples, nnd op
Ilo It llcohed, That this body
urges tho placing before tho various
Pacific governments, a plnn to Jointly
establish and maintain.
First: Pnn-Pnclflc tourist, Informa
tion and exhibition bureaus or build
ings in Now York and other largo
Second: A joint Pan-Piiclflc exhi
bition train constantly en route
through tho United Hlntcs.
Third: A scries of annual palatial
round tho Pacific pleasure cruises.
That a commlttco consisting of tho
Hon. Waller V. Krear, Percy Hunter
nnd Alexander Humo Kurd, bo and Is
hereby appointed to I alio up with tho
cvernl Pacific governments nnd com
mcrclul organizations tho cost of enr
rjlng through tho objects named, nnd
to sccuro from them, pledges of pio
rata financial support from oarh Paci
fic country, based on comparative po
pulation. Tho second was Introduced by
Krnnk Damon, who represented tho
Mld-Paclflc Institute at tho dinner
last night, nnd seconded by W. R.
Cnstlo nnd also unanimously adopted,
15 CENTS PER SQ. FOOT; EASY TERMS
WILL DOUBLE IN VALUE
aft to be Honorary Head.
i rniiK nimon oi mo .mium .u-iuu in
stitute, who occupied t place at tho
Aslnn table, on behalf of (he Chlncro
and Japanese, offered llio following
resolution which wns seconded by W.
It. Hnntta nml turnnpd iintitilmniislv:
I Whereas, Tho Hnnils-Around-tho-
Pacific Club of Honolulu, Hawaii, is
organized for tho purpose of gather
ing tho various countries Inrderlng
upon the Pacific Into a pacific brother
hood; now therefore be It
Iiivauivi'u, i inn inu mm. iviiiimih u.
Tnfl, (ho I'res'dcht or the United
Slates, bo and hcichy it leipuslcd to
accept tho position of honorary pre
sident ot the Hands-Aiounil-tlio-Pncl-flc
Club; and bo It further
Resolved, That Ihc Hon. Nell Noll
sen, trndo commissioner of New Sniilh
Wnles, Australia, bo nnd hereby Is,
requested nnd authorized lo lay this
resolution before tho President ot tho
Much Work Cut Out.
Governor Krear presided at tho din
ner, Bitting between Percy Hunter,
the guost of honor, and Sir Albert
(iimld, with another Austiallnn stitcs
nian, Nell Ncltscu, on tho Intlcr's left.
The Governor blnilcd the ball rolling
with n brief speech survc.vlng tho
work dono and lo ho dune and Intro
I'uced Alexander Hume Pord, who In
'urn mndo n speech Introducing Hunt
er. Mr. Hunter told In a vivid, con
vincing way of tho work for general
promotion that ho has dono on his
trip to tho trnl ted States and Hurono,
nnd declared that the principal work
to bo dono wns In gelling a Joint
tourist bureau and headquarters In
New York, In getting nn exhibit train
across tho continent ami In carrying
nut tho long-planned Pacific cruise, all
of which were nftcrvvnrd covered In a
resolution. Ho wns followed by Hon.
Nell Nollscn who made n stiong
speech for coopciatlon between tho
United States and Australia In com
morco rotntlons and promotion work,
Sir Albert Gould talked on cordlnl to
.'at Ions between the two grcnt com
monwealths, and following this there
wcro a number of threo-mlnuto talks,
or "kokuns" from the following:
Australia, K. A .Ionian; New Zen-,
land, C. K. Maxwell; tho South Seas,
W. A. Hrvan; Asia. Lorrln A. An
drews; .Inp.in, Kr.ink Pamnn; China,
Wm. Ynp Kwnl Piiigj the Northwest,
C. A. Stanton: California, Guy H.Tut-
tlc; l-atln-Amerlca, T. P. Sedgwick,
The seating arrangements wore nnl
quo and appropriate, each tnblo rep
lcscntlng n country or port on tho
Pacific, with the nrramreninnls snvvnlt
mado that practically every guest
represented a different spot. At tho
honor guest's tnblo were: Hon. Wal
ter F. Krear, Governor ot Hawaii:
Percy Hunter, of Australia; General
M. M. Macomb, U. S. A.; Admiral
Walter C. Cowlcs, U. 8. N.; Wnllcr
Dllllnghnni, President University
Club; Captain Phillips, S. S. Zcalan
din; Korrln A. Thurston, Alexander
Hume Ford, Wm. R. Castle, J. IL Gait,
J. P. Cooke, Sir Albert Gould, of Aus
tralia, and Hon. Nell Ncllscn, of Now
LOGICAL ECZEMA REMEDY
MILD, SOOTHING WASH
Although ninny different kinds of
remedies have been tried for tho euro
ofKc7cma nnd other skin diseases, It
nas uccn proven by years of teBts nnd
thousands of cases that tho only pos
sible euro is in tho form of n liquid.
This Is u mild, soothing, healing wash
mado of Oil of Wintorgrcen, Thymol,
Glycerine, and n fow other Ingred
ients, compounded so carefully that
each one linn Its proper effect
This slmplo compound Is now mado
tip In tho I). U. I). Prescription so
harmless that It will clear tho blotchy
faco or wash nvvay tho pimples ns
readily as It will stop that nwful Itch
and euro tho worst enso of Kc7ema.
Try 1). I). 0. It In wondorful what
It will do for any kind of skin trou
ble. No matter what It Is D. D. I),
will prove to you that you can bo
cured. Tho very first drops will kIvo
you Instant relief.
Get a bottlo todny, $1.00. Ilenson,
Smith & Co, Kort and Hotel streets.
This evening, nt 7:30 o'clock at the
Hnwullnn hotel, tho Hawaiian . band
will present tho following program:
Mlirph .tViu linlf f.ii'a Mmii.ltinH 13
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Overture Hosnmundo Schubert
Gavotte Rhino Sounds Latan
Selection II Trovatoro Vordl
Vocal Hawaiian songs.. nr. by Rcrgcr
Selection t.ucrczln Ilorgln. .Donizetti
Waltz Artist l.lfo Strauss
March Fairest of (ho Fair .... Sous.i
Tho Star Spangled Il.inncr.
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NAWAA At Knllhlwaenn, Honolulu,
November 8, to Mr. and Mrs. Sim
con K. Nnvvaa, a son.
Mrs. Knlanl llrlgbt, slater ot Mrs.
Manuel Itcls of this city, died icator
day morning, aged forty-seven years.
Tho funeral will tako place this after
noon at 3 o'clock from Sllva'a under
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