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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H TUE8DAY, DEC. 19, 1911.
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Handsome Leather Articles
For Office and Home
We are showing. a variety of useful and
attractive articles for the desk, dresser,
and hand-bag, a few of which we
Household Cash and Account Books Memo Books Mirrors Sewing Cases Jewel Boxes Dainty Calen
dar Pads Wallets (or Recipes Desk Pads With Daily Memo. Red Cross Emergency Cases Bridge and
Pinochle Counters Marketing Memos. Desk Clocks Ink Stands Envelope and Paper Stands Postage
Stamp Cases Telephone Pads.
May we have the pleasure of showing you the goods ?
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO., LTD.
Our Xmas Offering
Roger & Gallet D'Artaennu
A NEW AND COMPLCTC LINE OF " &"""
In Handsome Cut-Glass Bottles In The New American Perfume
Salln Catee .
French and Aiueri- Combination Cases The New French
can Perfumes 0f Piver Godet Line
Including His New and Fascinating rr which we have the Inclusive
Odor ESPCRIS Agency
Three kinds SAFETY RAZORS $1 to $6.50
MIRRORS, Plain and Magnifying 75c to J400 TOILET ATOMIZERS 75e to $2.00
MANICUnE SETS $3.50 to $6.00 PARJ!LA0N ,V0RY C0MBS' BRUSHES and MIRRORS, MATCH
HAIR DRUSHE8 Up to $12.50 THERMOS BOTTLES... $1.00 to $7.00
BOOK YOUR ORDER FOR HAAS CANDY NOW
THE REXAIX STORE
I BENSON, SMITH & CO., LTD.. Fort and HoteliStteet
Union-Pacific Transfer Co.
handles your baggage it
gets on the right steamer
Office, Kind 8t, next Young Hotel Telephonea 1S74 and 1875
Men's Silk I-2 Hose
75 CENTS A PAIR
35c a pair
$1.00 FOR BOX OF 3 PAIRS
KAM CHONG CO.
FORT AND BERETANIA STREETS HARRISON BLOCK
Tai LOy CO., Jewelers
Canton Ware, Vases; Chinese Embroidery
Cor. Hotel and Nuuanu Sts.
Christmas Tree Ornaments
The greatest variety of Ornaments for the Children's Tree
Turkeys, Chickens, Ducks and Pigs Roasted and
Stuffed and delivered for your dinner
Mince Pies. Plum Puddings, Frozen Puddings,
French Pasties and Cakes
Gunther'8 and Home-Made Candies in plain and holiday boxes
116 South Hotel Street
Childs Frick Abyssinian Party
Will Visit Same Region
as Mr. Roosevelt.
WASHINGTON, Dec, 2. Lleut.
Cl. IMgur A, Mcarns, U. S. A. re
tired, associate zoologist ol tho United
NtatcH Nutloiul Museum, win) nccoin-
imnlcd tin' Smithsonian expedition to
Africa, unilcr llie direction uf Thco
dure. Roosevelt, will liu uttnclud ns
naturalist to the Chllds Frlck Abs-
hIiiIiiii expedition, which Miortly null!)
from London to make natural history
lolleetluiiH In the Abyssinian region.
The party will consist of C'hllds
l'rlek. noil of Henry C. Frlck; Mr.
llllclc. u close friend of the former,
unil Ir, Mcarns. It Is tho plan of the
organizer to make tin complete it col
li i Hon of the nnlmils of tho Ahln
Liu region ns possible. The birds will
he prepnied hy Dr. McnriiK for the Na
tional Mum tint, where they will be
studied mid ported on; the other
unluiils. Unlading big anie, will ho
lirtpnred hy Messis, nick and Ullck,
hiith of whom have taken preliminary
lessons In tnxlderiny und field prepar
ation In onhr to qualify themselves
iih Hi Id tuxlib'i mists.
The country to he traversed and ex
plnred hy this party In one of the
vvlldist p.irtH of Africa, nnd It will ha
meessnry for the explorers to have
many native guides nnd soldiers to In
sme the progress of their expedition
I'ood Is scarce 111 that Teuton of Af
rica mill the route laid out Is beset lijr
many othir hardships.
'he trip will he primarily through
Ahjsslnli, hut will extend Into llrltlsh
Kast Afrit it as well, und cover a por
tion of that country north of the Held
gone our hy Mr. Itoosevelt In 1909-10.
Ono of the inost Important regions to
he visited Is In the nelKhhorhood of
like Itudolf and along tho shores of
tho lake Itself,
This region has heen hut little ex
plored and In fact vvnfc only discovered
In the year J888 hy Count Telekl. It
consists ot as wild n .country .iih could
, r. . . '.
no ut'sireii ny me most intrepiq ex
plorers. The Humatlc people, n branch
of the Rient red family, dwell there.
They are Intelligent hut uncivilized.
Sevtrul different tribes prohahly will
he encountered the Koinall, Onllas,
and lloranna One of the most recent
expeditions Into this country was that
of A. Donaldson Smith, who miulo un
uxcelleut collet Hon of tho fauna for
tho llrltlsh Museum In 1K97.
Since It Is practically necessary to
pave one's way through this country
hy gifts, and more can ho accom
plished hy barter than hy actual cash
transaction, a good sized puck train
will he leiiulred to tinnsport tho per
sonal effects, outfits and urtlcles for
tiadu with the natives. It has heen
remniked by mi early explorer ot this
region that cheap American cotton
cloth, wire, mirrors trinkets nnd tho
like, nre of Inestimable value, and that
mi empty muico hottla goes farther In
a bargain than ten good American
dollars In gold, such objects ns u me
dium sized bottle being particularly
dtslruhle hy the natives us ornaments
for their ears.
Tho expedition will begin actual
work about Dec. 1, mid It Is expected
tlmUltH operations will cover n period
of approximately seven months. There
Is no question that with even moder
ate success, the national collections
will be enriched hy valuable speci
mens, Dr Mearns recently sailed from
New York on tho Mauritania for Lon
don From thero the pnity will go to
Aden, Arabia, on tho Gulf of Aden,
wheie they will outfit. They will then
cross the Gulf of Aden and plunge ill
icitly Into the wilderness.
IMPORTERS MANUFACTURERS AND RETAILERS OF
LADIES', 'CHILDREN'S AND INFANT8' WEAR
NO MATTER WHETHER YOU ARE AT HOME OR IN SAN FRAN
CISCO, DO YOUR SHOPPING AT MAONIN'S.
that tiii:ri: Aim unusual advantages to nu di:
iuvi:d rnoM trading with a iioijhij with tiii: i'iihstigi:
Ol' MAONIN'S, IS CLIIARLY SHOWN IN
The Power of
ah ai.i. of oun mi:uciiandisi:. WHICH IS op tiii: IIIOIinST
OltADi: IN MAKU riNISH AND MATIIItlAL, IS IIHING SOLD AT
vr.nv modp.rati: Piticns.
GRANT AVE. AND GEARY ST.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
A QUIET. REFINED HOUSE OF
American Pln Koom with Bath aad
Board from $4.00 a Day
European Plan Room with Bath from
12.00 a Day
Special Monthly Ratei
A high-class Family and Tourist Hotel.
u Half block from Columbia Theater,
" and on the edge of the TteUll Shop
ping District, Every room with Pri
vate Bath. Positively Fireproof.
W. E. Zander, Manager
Reservations made through
174 King 8treet Honolulu
Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
New steel and brick structure.
Every comfort and convenience.
A high class hotel at very moderate
rates. In the center of theatre and
retail district. On car lines trans
ferrins to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "Trawets"ABC code.
, J.H. Love.Ilonolulu representative.
Roams and Board
W. C. Bergln, Prop.
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a ni:wii.Di:niNa assortment
A. B. ARLEIQH A CO., Ltd.
Hotel, Near Fort
Brown A Lyon Co., Ltd.
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING
"Everything In Books"
For GENERAL OFFICE 8TATION
JRY and FILING 87STEM8. call or
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Office Supply Co., Ltd.,
931 FORT STREET .
A private hotel de luxe
for those who detlre the
uniisual In accommoda
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Tho hi rv leo Is excellent,
Emma St., above Vineyard
E. O. HALL A SON, LTD.
Cor. King nnd Fort Sts, HONOLULU
Hardware, Palnte and Oils, Ship
chandlery, 8toves, Crockery, Qlasiware
and Kitchen Utenellsf 8portlng Goods,
Guns. Revolvers and Ammunition,
IS GOOD AT ANY TIMK. HUT
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KHIU' IT IN MIND FOR
Ili'lplni; Honolulu In a linnilrt'il
(liotihiiml population means parllj to
help I he I'loral Parade, next I'lliruarj.
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