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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, dEC. 19, 1911.
The Gift of Gifts
Christmas and Jewelry are inseparable. '
The question for you to decide is what
article is most suitable' in each case.
The fitness of the gift to the occasion
ought to be considered. A gift ought
to be something more than a mere pre
sentation of something worth about so
much. We would say that our stock
furnishes innumerable suggestions. AH
your gift wants may easily be supplied
from it with profit to you and satisfac
tion to those you wish to remember.
Because Jewelry is liked by
everyone, as we said "It's the
Gift of Gifts." Our cases are
brimful of 'new 'obds.
II. F. Wichman & Co.,
r- i -y fiL' . 11
An Ideal Xmas Present
Just the thing for father, mother, brother, sister, relative
or friend something that fits any library or any purse. '"
The Globe-Wernicke "Elastic" Bookcase encourages
good reading and .lie collecting of good books. It's the
corner stone of a good library and a higher education.
The original and only perfect sectional bookcase made
and sold at the lowest price. Call and examine our stock
now while the assortment is complete.
Silas Bowrhan, California
Stock Farmer, Hrc! Fifty ,
, years Ago.
Seventy-seven learn loung. liale
j unil henily liiul giving liromlBo of
keeping up lliu family reputation for
hngcvdly, established by litx great
grandfather who lived o no mi
bdhie out by lits grandfather vvfidwaa
105 at tlio limp of liln death, and his
tiitlicr who nttnluoil the ripe old ago
lurtlP2,'.Hirai Hownman. of Mciccd
IW.. -Vl.fLlli , I., k, .... I.. A l. .5
u i iiuiiuniin, is in iiuiiuiiiiii tjii uiu
p-(.t real vacation lie lias taken In
his 'entire life time. That he Is en
Jojlng every minute of his Btny la
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auuoukii Honolulu presents many
novelties to the ngpd traveler, It is
ihlelly a matter of contrast bh ho
called In at the port In a sailing es-
sel fifty years nco and has lively reo'
rllpclloni of meeting King Knmelin
India, who extended cery courtesy
to him and his nhlp mate.
Honolulu was a mere vitiligo at that
time he says, thero being hut n small
i colony of English and Americans who
were, Consumptives for tlio most part,
sojourning here In the Interests ot
The trip was made In the ancient
windjammer "Icouliim" en ruiitu from
Australia to Sin Francisco, 170 odd
days were consumed In making the
trip, thirteen or which vitro spent nt
Mr. Iovviiiau Is tlio oldest settler In
Meiced County where ho Imh llvej
continuously since leaving Honolulu
lift y jears ago, with the exception of
two jears which ho spent In Mexico,
He Is tlio owner or a stock farm
which Is hclng 11111 during his ub
reneo by two nephews. Upon leav
ing home he declared to his neigh
bors mid relatives that be did not
want to bear hum them du'ilng liU
ti I11. hut that they would hoar from
him occasionally. He Is consequent
iv without u disturbing thought and
ir free to enjo) bl trip as leisurely
Unlike many tourists, Mr. Ilownnri
does not find tbu climate of Honolulu
warm. Often, he s.i.nh the thcrmiime
ler icglsters 114 at his California
home nmi many llniM lias bo worked
in the open Held with the lemper.i
tuies at 110.
Capacity for work has decreased
L!iilLJW!&JllV'lvauclii eam u)h
Air. uowmaii declines that he can
handle the labRo nnd rlllo with an
much easo as In bis youth. He nltri
"uutes his erfcct phvsral condition
to haul work, regular hours and ab
sence of worry,
Mr Ilovvinnnils said to bae been
tho liveliest member of Ihe party on
itho-I.urllno outlier lust flip down
11 mil San rrantisco. The vovngc was
n stoiniy 0110, and while some of Du
llest sailors had a bid few hours at
the leant, J10 was in the best of health
and spirits a the way nnd emplovedl
ins nine ny nssisuug 111 every way
J possllilii to mako his shlpmatos com-
rortnblc. Often he supported men
two scoio years bis Junior on the
ITOiiienndn ileck nmt the (upnliif In
(lie saloon were enlivened with rem-'
liiTscenccs of his varied life.
Mr Uowmaii celebrated b(s 77th
blitlu'ay vvlille at sen and In an of-
:GE tOTDaEiT -
PERPETRATED BY WALTAPPOUPALL
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lip 771c m. wfl rf-Vtll there isntU f .
I? INUNTtt) MCCKl) LSJiV ANYLANCUAGCj ( MERCY' I
I Awptvcs UvweARrw n 1 n ww'ti r 1 don-t
I vlJte I bl3tTNTTX ( il MMaooTiNC T- $1 U4ESU
TrttHOoVvWRMSATtASYUDrWDOMEfeTIC CONDITIONS AND ATIMELY VyARNINC TO WIVES t
AN5WtKOTOCJUtHlt.t; Te,Mmelle, IT is a clrtch IhdT lite movemcnl loword
ahnli.Milnfj the corsWT
So (o speAk. rormcrly,
V7I lll. tl.C .U.f .- .. - .w. .-.- . .w . .. -..-. . . Oil
li-. tl ukme L..,mcn U.III ka flmAnnlnillprl IrvilTl Ihn rlPArJI CflfriCe..
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fencing Is becoming popular willi women. Bdrued-wii'efenclno; is considered The
innnl desirable brand In our sei.bui rolllngt-pins are in eood lorm.
1 TO THE POOR ALLTHINGS ARE POOR. .
is luaklnd rapid progress, Thank's be! I lie cdraeT Is going doWn ,
ullc recenliy, in laci , me corsei compresseqineienjininB
X it nnntplnt tlio iln aiiiJ lliforia. Wrien itcrets down
fort to show1 lliolr 'npircclallort -nnit
to' offer congratulations, the Vassen
gers niiUM bv tlio captain, pIuiiulM n
pleas int suiprltc. On tlio evening of
Ihe eventful night dluiiei piogies'v)
as iiHiinl 'until (tlnio 'for tlio dwelt
course when nt u signal from the
rapialn the? Jiplilji.li, tjMiJdlnlng Jni
went iiuii7'whMr tliev raniPM! Tipiln
Mr. Uowmaii found a huge inrllul ly
enko on the tabic in fiont of lilm.
This was elalurately frosted, llghte'l
wllb sixteen candles, and n'companl
rd by aloha grietlugs from tho jus
rengirs. Although quite overwhelm
ed, Mr. llownnn evpressec his ap
preciation In n graceful little s eeeh
and with the aid of the chief stew
ard cut the cike and presented cacli
liassenger wllb a ijeneroua slleo.
Mr. Dow man Is accompanied on Ills
tlglit-seelug tripi while In Honolulu
by two at my vctcinns, hilli of whom
ire nearlng thu eightieth nille-itone
of life. Tho three became cciiiialnted
while on ship hoiril. They me con
templating vlidts to the oilier Ishnd.s
nnd will probably Include the volcano
In their Itinerary,
James Guild Company
WE ARE OPEN FOR DU3INESS WITH A STOCK OF
House Furnishing Goods
Including Cut Glnic, Tbh Glass Ware, Cutlery, Plated Ware,
Cba'fina Di'eliVs, En.Vnicled Ware. Jin Ware, White Mountain
Freezers, Oil Staves, Wlrj Giiode, Druehee, Lamps, Crorkery,
JAMES GUILD COMPANY,
COLLINS BLbGf KiNc'sT., NR. FORT . TELEPHONE 3591
Philip L Vfeavcr,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
VlT,ltill.tt l nw tMr, 512 Stangenwald Building Honolulu
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Kaplolanl Building Honolulu, i. H.
P. O. Box 60S
I A Pair -6:
ti. LVMt miM, g nH-j.4f-.
What better Chri&tihas present for a man or woman than a pair of
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Regals oOme in quarter sizes, insuring a perfect fit, and every pair is
honestly built of tLe best materials' on the lines of the latest London
Fans, and New York custbni models.
$3.50 $4.00 $4.50 $5.00 $?.50
iiive a eg,;ai Shoe Order for Christmas
Sal Shoe Store.
Office Supply Co., Ltd.
MoCaridiese Bio ok
King and Bethel
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