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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, December 05, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Page 8, Image 8',
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The largest and most exclusive lino of Oriental
goods now being exhibited in out store, for the
This line was personally selected by our buyer
while in China.
. Suitable for Christmas
Canton Linen Shirt Waist and Dress Patterns.
Pongee Silk Shirt Waist and Dress Patterns.
Canton Linen Embroidered Table Covers, Cen
ter Pieces and Doilies.
Canton Linen Pillow Covers and Bureau Scarfs,
Silk Capes and Silk Shawls in all sizes and all
Sandal wood Embroidered silk fans.
Hand Embroidered Silk Hand Bags.
Canton Linen and Silks in all colors.
Yee Chan Co.
Corner King and Bethel
with the Ara-Notch in
place of the bothersome
buttonhole 15c. each J for 25c.
Ctuttt, I'rabotly ft Co., Makrr.
ARROW CUFFS, 25c. a Palrl
The best battery on the market
or Automobile service
COLUMBIA No. 2 DRY CELL
Most efficient, most reliable, moil
economical battery made
WE CARRY A LARGE STOCK OF BOTH THE STORAGE
BATTERIES AND DRY CELLS
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
See the Nine Layers of I
Snow-White Cotton I
the tnoit restful, moil Mfk fll
cmltaiy mtttrrfi In the 'SlM m 1
world. Ni other $15 00 .iv I
vilIttMun equal It. SLLMaB
Wi pelt Mattretl jH
Lui bfciuu the maker H
Ucki an abmtlute M
Viuiaotei utlifacilon. H
Trr II for W-nlHi at cur M
eapenia and If nut Utter H
fun we clJlm return H
lour rooncy la full. IWt m
l IF YOU HAVE
j ON YOUR BCDSTEAOS OR FURNITURE, WE CAN FIX 'EM. WE
MAVC GOOD CASTERS THAT WILL NEVER REFUSE TO TURN.
KINQ AND ALAKEA
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd.
W. O. SMITH, Pre.ldrnl L. J. WARREN, Secretary
W. W. CHAMBERLAIN, Tr.a.urer
W. O. SMITH j. p. COOKE
W. J. FORBES 8. A, BALDWIN
W. W. CHAMBERLAIN A. F. JUD0
OFFICESi 8ECOND FLOOR, JUDD BUILOINO
Coyne Furniture Co.
fFIJIan sui.nr plnnters anticipate a
tjiu progress of tho ship Tho Mukura
willed from Sydney on No ember 20
mill nrrlM'il nt Auckland at 4:30 In
tho morning on November 24. Tli
I veisel lift thnt port In the ufternoon
j of tin Kiimn day, reaching Suva on
I November 27 The officers report hav
ing experienced fresh to moderate
Winds nnd sens to Auckland and Duo
weather to Suva, followed by strong
northeast trades and Jilgh seus to Ho.
miith larger jlcld this jenr than on 'ulu- '" addition to a fair list of
PvIouh eeiiMin Tho Cnmidlun-Au- ,,,m ""', "'"""i""'1 imsscngors to
tr.ill.in llnei M.iMirn. an arrival nt lt'MC t", e' '" I'1" Vvt, u won.
Honolulu at noon today, brought ad- "f BVI'leK will tako pnssngo In tho
Wet which Mute that the prospects Matmn Navigation Hteumcr Wllliel-
r the 11)12 sugar irop In KIJI were m'"" f(,r "'"' '"ranclno These pen.
,!..r ..w,r f.,.ri.i.i... it u einlmrd l"" Passed through Honolulu fonio
III .1 tho lalor .lllllcuUIeH which for months ngn and claim to hao put n
rtiiiift ears p.ist hiuc confronted tho " I'rolltublo m-usoii In Australia They
lU'uU now appear to have be.n set- wf,re placed hi charge of tho I'.d.ral
There le but one abto
lutety tcratchleta caiter
Theio cattera and tip,
because of their Feltoid
comtructlon, do not, can
not harden, scratch, mar or
etaln. A teit provet It,
For tale 'by
j. Hopp & Co.
OAHU FURNITURE !0.
King Street, opposite Young Hotel
P. O. Ilox 840 Phone 10IJ
RED CROSS WORK
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
(Continued from Pag 1)
on sour tinrt would he deeply appro
i Intnl. All funds will be cured Tor ny
responsible agents nnd will be for-
warded na noon as possible to China.
The mi Iter I nt; nt the present time In
Chlnn. not only among the troops In
the field, but of the refugees men,
women nnd children It Indescribable.
Home two hundred thousand of the
latter nrc raid to be In Hhnnghnl
nlone. Dnllv the Chinese ladles of the
city, at the I'hlne.e United Society
clubhouse on King street, are busily
uignRcd in making bnndnget and oth.
er appliances to nld In the good work
of the !hil Crois Koelety. They will
wiUome Kindly other Indies of the
city who inny tare to Join them, every
afternoon, of the week from 2 to 4
In this tremendous struggle of a
great p ople for the priceless boon of
liberty, surely the heart of every true
man nnd wouinu must bent In loyal
The work of the Tied frost Society
rrachet out to friend and foe the hand
of Fvinpnthy. nnd necr more truly
than nt this blessed Christmas time.
l!y nldlnc this Chrlstlllto work we ore
hastening the iniiilnif of that glorious
"The Ilnttle I'lnRt are furled
In the Parliament of Mnn,
Tho I'Vileratlon of the World"
Willi slncerest thanks for your
klndncss-ln fornnrdlnR this Rood work
nnd on behalf of the Chinese dwellers
In llnwnll, jours truly,
rilANCIS W. DAMON.
Honolulu, December fi.
Dl. T. FELIX fiOURAUD'S ORIENTAL i
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER!
Iteraorei Tan, rirnr1
Weiklee. Moth riel.r,
Iluri, and Mm iMora,
ana ttj Dirmih
nn reautf. attittit
Pri itptedl'tn. II
iHuatood ia teM
of tt year, an I
U c liarmle i
U properly ma If
Accipf no counter
fill of ilibllM
name. Dr. L. A
Parr aaia to a
ta4f of tie haat
ton (a (Mlentlt
"At ?m latllet
win ye them.
llournMftN t'rtm at tht Wart bwn.ful of all tfat
UtlD pritarailon f r utt tr all arnira ana r ancj
OoodeDralett It) be ULltedBtatea, Canada and fcoro,
lnD.T.HWII$, tut, V 6ml John Slrttt HwT'.l 1 1
.1 ,iiiiii ui.ilwf,.. inrllv . iminiKruiion iiuiniiriiies iiuruiK ineir
"The Mnkum has ner nine hundred "t,,J' nt tlm l"'rt'
Mint, of KlJInn siiBnr stowed nwuy In The Mnkurn will dlnehnrgo cargo In-1
b'r holds, This product Is belne iludlnir the follow Inn lines of iner
tdlppeil to tilt, north Pacific, where It chandlso before sulllnff for Vancouver'
yilll bo refined and placed on tho nt o'clock this evening; 319 sacks
nimhet sulphato of nmmonln, 1703 sacks dried,
VVift'ttri'Mnkmii mot with rather nasty blood, 23 enset ten, 8RU packaBesI
Wi other durlnR thu mien days' steam, fiiwm meat, 40 boxes buttir, M caneti
fiiif nfter lenvlni; Huvn, HtronK head Jam, 20 loses ibe, B packages sun
ulnda had niucli lu du with retarding dries. .
The II n Met In will Kindly lecelvo
contributions for thin most worthy
cttuse, nnd would urge Its patrons
to Include It In the list of the acta
of kindness nnd humanity with
which they marl, the Christmas sea
son IM llii II et In.
agonal-: a. ki.meu u a senttio
business man who urrlved us u pus
senger in the Mntson Nulgatlon
steamer Ilonolulun this morning.
II. LKWIS and D. Lewis, formerly
engaged in business in this city, were
numbered among the passengers ar
riving this morning from Australia In
the Ilritlsh steamship Makura.
H. W. It. DALikV. u millionaire lime,
cement nnd commission merchant of
Seuttle, Washington, Is u visitor ut
Honolulu, arriving in the Matson Nav
igation steamer Ilonolulun this morn
J. I). KKIOHTLEV, n mainland
new spapcrniun, ,was numbered union g
the passengers', who nrrlvrd from Se
attle this mornlug as passengers In
the Mntson Naiigatlon steamer Hono
lulu. T McKWAN, a wealthy stockman
f I om the Puclllc northwest, Is an ar
rival in the Matson Navigation steam
er Ilonolulun this morning. Mr. and
Mrs. T. McKwan will spend some time
In seeing points of Interest In the
II. B. HAYWOOD, formerly Identi
fied ullli local newspaperdom, has re
turned to the Islunds after several
months' absence on the Pacific Coast.
He Is more than willing to become en
rolled in the local "Come Hack Club.''
11EV. KATIIKH QUILEY, of New
York, has Just returned from a visit
to the volcano nnd Is of the prevail
ing opinion that It Is one of the
sights of the world. He says the big
gest money-making speculation here
la In real estate. Thinks It wilt dou
ble in aluo lii4 three years. "People
hero do not leem to icallzu what a fu
ture this city is to' have," says be in
nn Interview yesterday.
BOYS OF FLEET
TO BE ENTERTAINED
Tim Ynune Peonle's Union, coin-
posed of the societies In the different
churches, will give a social entcr-
tutnment In honor of the boys of the
iieet iblu evenlnir. The affair will be
glu'ii at the Seamon's Institute, at tho
corner of Alakea und HuleKauwim
stieets. A delightful program of en-
tertulnment ban been piepnred.
PACIFIC FLEET, ATTENTIONI
Screaming Musical Comedy
"A Night Off"
HUQHES MU3ICAL COMEDY CO.
Fun in a Turkfth Bathhouie Football
Scene 8quared Circle Fight Catchy
TWO PIHtrOHMANCKS NKHITI.Y
Night Prices 15, 20 and 30 Cente
Saturday Matinee 15 and 20 Cents
Monday Wedneiday Friday
NEW TALENT TONIGHT
8ingers and Impersonators
See Drnce's Idea of a Chlnnman.
The Popular Idol
Ily fur the best oenllt presented
ut thu Empire.
USUAL PRICES GOOD FILM8
Maunakea, One Block From Hotel St.
CIQAl NOW la
A onUIT no trull
G, M. DUNCAN
258 Berotanta St, opp. Royal Hawaiian
-"For Bale" cards at Bulletin...
NEW - TO-DAY
rinsT appeaiianci: toniciiit ok
Odell and Hart
America'. Greatest Eccentrio Comedy
Singing, Dancing and
See Odell's Funny Fares
A Motor Car Travety A Scrntm
All New Pictures
PRICES 10, 15, 25 Cents
For Children and Grown-Up.
MOUNTAIN KING MINING &
A speclnl meeting of the shnrehold
irs of this company will be held at my
olllce. No, 73 Merchant street, nt 4:30
p. ni Wednesday, 6th Instant.
A. J. CAMPHEiX.
All Nobles attending the dnnco
glen by Illustrious Potentuto James
S McCnndless. 'nt the Alexander
Young Hotel. I'rhluy evening. Decern-
her 8. 1811, are requested to enter the
hotel by the upptr (mauka) entrunce.
AH kiting Nobles are cordially In
vited tp be present. No further In
Wuir your fez.
, HAM, COMMITTEE.
Honolulu, December B, 1911.
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO., Ltd.
Hotel, near Fort
Brown & Lyon Co., Ltd.
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING
"Everything in Books'
For GENERAL OFFICE STATION
ERY and FILING SYSTEMS, e.ll or I
'write to us and we will fill your wants. 1 1
Office Supply Co., Ltd.,
931 FORT STREET
2185 editorial rooms S25G
business ofllce. These uro the If le
pboue uuuiber. t the llullvllu.
Whitney & Marsh,
Our Ready-to -Wear Department
Received by the Sierra a
few advance styles of
in Lawns and Marquisettes. Also
Handsome New Waists.
These will make acceptable
The finest lines of New and Up-to-l
Date Goods offered at the Lowest
Prices you have ever seen.
$6.00--ALL SUITS FORMERLY $10.00 AND?12.00.
T.OO--ALL SUITS FORMERLY $13.00 AND1400.
8.00 ALL 8UITS FORMERLY $15.00 AND $1600.
9.00 ALL SUITS FORMERLY $17.00 AND $1800.
lO.OO ALL SUT8 FORMERLY $19.00 AND $2000.
50 Pairs of 54x72 COTTON BLANKETS v.., ....$ .90 Palrl
50 Pairs of 64x76 COTTON BLANKET8 1.20 Palrl
30 Pairs of 60x80 WOOL BLANKETS 5.25 Pair!
20 Pairs of 70x80 WOOL BLANKETS 6.00 Palrl
90-Inch LOCKWOOD BROWN 8HEETING 30a Yard
72-Inch " " ". 25o .Yard
63.lnh " " " 20o Yard
45-Inch " . " " 15e Yard
90-Inch PfcQUOT BLEACHED ". 322e Yard
Bl-lnch " " " 30o Yard
72-Inch " " i 27',o Yard
45-lnch " - u 172c Yard
42-lneh " " " 15o Yard
36-Inch PARAGON " " 10o Yard
36-lnch POLAND " ,- 8sc Yard
36-lnch DAKOTA " CAMBRIC 10c Yard
42x36 PEQUOT HEMMED PILLOW CASES $ .20 Each
72x90 " SHEET3 v... .85 Each
90x90 " ' ; 1.00 Each
Agents for the
L. B. KERR Co.; Ltd.