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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, DEC. 19, 1911.
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Now for the Christmas Dinner!
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OUR shelves ye filled with the most delicious eatables from America and
Europe, and a yisit to pur store will be of great assistance in planning the
dinner foif Christinas.
We hav,e a great variety of FRUITS and VEGETABLES of the highest quality, in glass and
tins; also many imported delicacies which will add to the attractiveness of the menu. The
following are a few of the many articles we have in stock.
RINARD BRAND CAPON ROTI A LA GELEE ROAST CAPON IN JELLY; POULET ROTI
A LA 6ELEE ROAST CHICKEN IN JELLY; WHOLE FRENCH QUAILS, TRUFFLED AND
STUFFED WITH FOIE GRAS; LOUIS BRAND. PATI DE FOIE GRAS IN JARS. BRANDIED
FRUITS, SWEET PICKLED FRUITS, STUFFED DATES AND FIGS IN JARS.
SWEET AND BOILED CIDER. AFTER-DINNER MINTS, SALTED ALMONDS, FILBERTS
AND PECANS. ASSORTED NUTS. FANCY LAYER FIGS. PLUM PUDDING. CRAN
BERRY SAUCE. ARTICHOKE HEARTS. CEPES IN OIL PUREE OF SPINACH.
MUSHROOMS. PEAS. '
CURTICE BROTHERS CO.'S "PLEASANT DREAMS"
A MINCE MEAT OF SUPERIOR QUALITY.
Lehnhardt's Delicious Candies
IN BEAUTIFUL HOLIDAY BOXES OF ONE-HALF TO SIX POUNDS.
CALEY & CO.'s ENGLISH SNAPPING CRACKERS, of which we have a large assortment, are not only highly decorative, but contribute hugely to the gaiety
FANCY CLUSTER. RAISINS LUSCIOUS RED OREGON APPLES
MNRI MAY & . Ltd.
CALIFORNIA FRUITS and VEGETABLES in season.
CALIFORNIA COCKTAIL and EASTERN OYSTERS ON ICE
M i i
HARBOR BOARD, VOTINtrTHREE
TO TWO, DRAFTS HILO AGREEMENT
Cnnimlsslnncr Frank II. McStockc:
mill Chairman Murstoii Campbell,
woro ilofouU'il yesterday nllenmon in
Iticlr uttompta to Muck tlie harbor
lioani passing on the cloan cut agiee
ni'iit del ween It uml (lie llilit Railroad
company In connection with tho 1 II to
vharf ami also tho regulations for
running tho sumo. I.lni'il up UKaiiiHt
tin 'in were Commissioners .Ijincs
Wakefield, Charles J. McCarthy ami
I'nill A. Hermit looking after the In
terests of the commission anil, an
Wakefield was careful to make clear,
llin Interests of the general puhllc. j
Thl!) In the first tlmo that the boanl
has hail nil Important Issuo before It
mill on which any division of the
voton wan .made. Murston Campbell
was tho first" ono to feef the brake
when In' stated In his usual ilefinllo
way that one clauso of the proiKibcd
vliarf agreement was neither good
'.oirii nor 'good Kngllsh, Wakefield
took up the challenge and pitted his
own knowledge of tho language
against that, of Campliell. I'mtlicr
niuru ho called for tlio iiiostliin and
tho motion was carried. 1)., K. Mctz
?0r, of the Hllo hoard of trado re
int'inberlug certain wireless rccjlv
rd from Camphell last week In which
lliu use. of the word "rescinded" caus
ed u mix-up smiled nt tho Incident.
McHtocKer was tho next ono Intake
ip the cuilKeU and fought tooth aail
nnll rut it numher of points, generally,
It scorned,, fuvmlng tho position tak
en by. the railroad company, however
and towards the end. of the meeting
miiltciB wore very acrimonious.
Tho short conclso agreement prac
tlcally adopted liy the board nt .Its
last meeting to nerve us the contiact
between the commission and the rail
road company Wus gone through sec
lion by section. Campbell was tho
first to register a kick and was
promptly squashed. Then McStocker
objected to a cluuxe which made the
meaning of the section doubly clear
iinil which put aside any doubt as to
the commission's standiiolnt. The so
lid threo would not stand for this
Truth Should' Out.'
Uc'rndt took a hund In the illsciu
lon, which was growing heated, and
said that there was mi need to cut
out anything. "It It Is the truth,'
he commented, "then It should stay
in. We should not bo nfruhl of any
thing that Is tho truth."
Krom then on it wos a matter .of
splitting over most of tho sections
and when these, had been disposed of
McStocker ngalil made a right against
tlin committee of tho whole wishing
to report favorably on the complete
contract ns It stood. He stuck oiu
for further delay on tho matter but
Having disposed of the agreement
I ho committee of tho whole then tquk
up tho matter of tho legulallons for
running tho wharf. Commissioner
tVukefield offered to tho .coiunilttea
Mime regulations that he had drafted
'nit, basing thorn on the ouca ulrrudy
In use at Honolulu and tho things
asked for lit tho letter written the
hoard by tho railroad.
Thcso' caused nioro trouble and
Campbell did not seem, to" know how"
(o voto "on somo of tho arguments
llmt arose. On ono occasion ho left
the room Just ns n vote was, to be
taken and on another ho did not voto
lit alt. McStocker led tho opposition
end fought ugalnst any restrictions
hat wcro likely to affect tho handling
ol sugar being given preference over
unyinmg else. When It enmo down
to a matter of allowing three days'
Iree storage of goods prior to bIiIh
mciil ho wanted a clause put In "ex
cepting sugar." .Mr. Wakolleld point'
Under the waving branches of royal
Minim trees, which stand like sentinels
iiroiiml the tiiinli of the late Prince
llernlce I'litiubl lilt-hop, and In theprcs-'
once of iter Majesty Queen I.lllunkn-
Incs. but vi us specially ci.ip'oycd ta,
enrry I'm tuguVuii niul Spanish Immi
grants through Magellan Stinlis to Ho
nolulu. The ship vn allowed to clear
upon depositing ''"I f"1" H.f.OO.
Owing to the great number ii'deiiil."'.
the grand Jury which was In session
it thu time went on board mid mn.lo
in exIinuMhe examination o' the ves
sel. They' found the cystem of ventllu
tlon Insulllclent; the port holes did not
iiilmlt siilllclcnl nlr, nutt notwithstand
ing tlmt there wus nn olcetri- lli.ht
plant on hoard, nn electric funs were
Shortly nftvr lTyllK.it this morning ,.,..., .,. ' ...i ,,, i,i.ii.i.
od out. however, that three daj's were lanl and other well-known people of ho ,,,, s,,,.vlc(.- force was haul at ,',r ventilation contributed to the hirpu
work getting off notifications to t.u- mortality during thu voyage; when
ere weather necessitated iloslrg tl,
port loirs mid hatches tho rate of inr-
Honolulu, Die Kouniler's Day exercises
nl hot Islands of tho reduction In In
ter-Island passenger rates and ask-
, ih.. ..luHiKrnllon nf iho linleU. llv- tiillty IniTinscd.
IK. i i ne iiiiiiuiiiin wt'rii inuii'.i v mi i- h'i-
fit fur the purpose fur which tliev wre
ptoviilcii; me veniiiiuinn wnt jinor nnu
tf a I i . 1 1 .
them ',vnH too
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MIIIIlVVIl III llWIItJII 111 11 111 LIIIIL 11IU llfU I '
ilo of Hllo should bo treated In tho "r ",0 Kiiiiifhnnielni Hchools were oh
same' wiv l served this morning at tho royal miiu-
' Kolcum at Nuuiinu. The day was
lltlJIly IllO regulations Were Pllt l,,ll, . l, .I... ,.r nn,l llin nrrnnn,l.
through and will bo reported from ng Rreen. hills presented n ideusont cry stables, niitn garages and Iraus-
commlttoo of the whole to tho board, usntct uh tho student of the three rortntlon onirantcH in arranging
Itself at tho meeting tomorrow, Th'ol schools went through their perform-' iierles of comblnullnu tourist tickets
ttcamshln comtmnics running on n re- uiicc over the grnvo of their licnefnc- i connection with tho twenty-five
Millar schedule uro to Imvo prefer-' lr''"'' Tlu' exerctscM were nmong the ,i()nr cruise rate around tho Islands" commissioner of Navigation Cham- tnnieil to niodirn methods of sanitation,
enco borths given th6m but tlieso ro-!,"'H.t '" ,',e ''IT'VP' '.f, ,h,' "f"0"'" , 'unnoiinced by the Intor-lsluid yester- i.r ,i,.frll,ed thin case us thewirfl Are brought into u tropical cllnmlo
i-rui.i.u- . ",uu!"" day iiftornoou. whl.li had come to Ids .mention and such ns lluwnir. not only tiieir n
of humrhainclin, aliout four hundred ' , ..,,,, ,i'. , ,., ,.. i ,i, fi. ,.i..l. Imt Iho enrol of the roiiimmiltr
dllectlonTf ' Tlu'lr Hllo- the bqslnnlliKM f a relies of Ii.wI.it paragraph of ,i -.thlni ar- jij Ke;ierl. Is subserved by n rigid In
uireciion oi in" ir .... .. , ..i,ai i.i i , ,.mmi Imv.-i sNteiiee or cl.mii hincc ullli tlin aw.1
tenchers. ' -' ' unto am laii lours on muse isiauun. - - ,,
tCIIVItl II.. , ,tll n(. tint iinilillll.l.n i r.. ulf(,,irli .
II..- i..iu(.. n. ,,... i iii,,i,oi,.i nn. Tlinro will Im rcilurt oii.i III rates III "' '"" "" ""--" "
hi i wiiijvrt; wumi '( - . ..... pi .......- ..
the space allotted to
gnlatlons tuny bo altered at ,uny time
I... ,1... !.....! IU.t..' ,1.
V ,...,.,.,..,. ,,r. .. p.upoheu ,,, .r im,rch(.,
contract sulimltted by Iho rallroail ! jioIpiiiii. under the
company, in mo nrsi pincj, incss
rights were to bo granted for lon
Ah! Oi!n was granted u dlvorcu front
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, ,, ,, . . ... i ,;.,......, . .. .... , ,..,..,, ..,.. ,.. ...., ire ni' i iiii i'i me ,it'i"i ti'.t vi. i, m-
years us an nruiirary iin.ig aim wnn-, compinuu ny i o. v. '"" n". -nn oica no ni... .o .....e.m.uu ,u ,, re.Ulrlnit vessels lo ! kept Olhe Oda III the Circuit this morning.
mil n nil i Hon ,. .. ln. ll.a . . t m. fiililim M ! lllll A I lllNb II Ilnitl l 1. I ..1 n I. . I .. . I n.t .., n -n tl HO 11 1 ft II I - "
"'" "" t""'" "' imiiuuoii. now . ..n. -.... ....... ""- iiiu imii-.siiiini .in, ni.., -... .,,....., i, c,.:i n,i Hntiirvcnn.llllo.i. When
tho matter Ir left open, the rcgula-L a"'1 Ml"1' ,W 1'onbody, watched .m )0 niado to plnco on sale In con- imnilKmnts. perlmnH unarcus-
.i . ... ... , 'II... Mlmln.itu ,u tlii mniln llint Alt. ... , .. . .... ' n . ,
lion only stating any lllie of steamers
running on a general srhedulu nnd
i,ot specifying any special line.
Hllo H Satisfied.
I). I?. Mctzger, of tho Hllo board of
trade, speaking lo n llulletln ro-1-orter
after ihu moetlng stnte.l that
tho studcntH ns they mado their en- ,,.,.,1..,. ..,i,i, ,i,., tri,,a ... ,., ..,i,..'
l.trance Into the mausoleum grounds. ;fc nmm ,,,, m, ,)()al.,,mK.
iMice iney I uu suiuiineu ineinseivrn . ,i..., ,, ..i.. i
... r .. i. !,. Iiouso c oiib, so that the crulfcr
Pnimlil. Musical Director Cramers of ''. 'r " ;ln' " ,,a; '"' 'h
th boys' school took Ms position In iHtlllio his enllio threo weeks cru's-'
front of the tomb d'nd signaled the ninong the Inlands, rncluillng nil shmo
students of the school to'slntf "K o o exponses and tniusjicrlat'ou. The o
ho was perfectly satisfied with tho' "ll Wiililner composui in memory or i;iiiprelienslVe Inter-lsliimi lours win
wnv thlngH hud gone ami that hoi""' ""' I"""""'1"'' Th" '"ginB. mucn u iveitlsd nil over America nnd
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thought tho people of Hllo would bo." "" ' " V i Vi.i. --1 ... rounci inn memo, borne ipiaricr 01
qnll. satisfied also; "We have'lieent l! '' ' " m""n r"'-,1",H "" ",e "JW;,1I"M
given u fair 'deal." ho .nidi "arnil , H uZ going through tho" exercises. "' nn.1 t, Irh. t, A.i.irallu will
igx now look belter," ,,. f ,e wM scattered white How- M" ' Aiirall:i and llin lla d .
During tho course of.tlio meeting crs, Including lilies of the vnlloy, over Anilind the' I'uellle Club Jolnllv with
Orange Blossom Candies
Tho nio.t popular candlci on tlu Coast. Order now for the
Holiduyt. We will keep it freth until you want it.
WHAT DOES YOUR MIRRORTEW
Of nil the .skin boautinors wo have
I'Hd In our store thero Is uono thai, woj
can lecommend mnro highly than tho
)), 1). 1), l'rusc'rlptlon.
1). I). U. Is such a lngtc.il rcmody
for nll kinds of skin trouble and so
'.cleiitlllcnlly compounded that It
i;leiuH up tho coniploxlon over lilghl.
I). 1), I). Is most wldejy known ns
Iho most icllahlo troatnient fur Kc-
yenia, but II has utrio been found lit
he outlined the Ideas' of llin llllii trailu tho grave of the late princess. The
board and staled that It wus general-'performance, though "brief, was Im
iy satisfied with tfio terms ot the ' 1,r'l"K,v-- A,tPr the' singing of a few
agreement Ifoiiw. Including Knftllsh nnd Ilawnllnn
r' """, A,eR,a,0nco.r. --"'Tnnrow evim, nt 7 ovlock
ii grand luaii will be given nt the old
the 1'nbllo. Hervlco Association,
vulunhlu lor ull klnJs jif minor akin
(i not healtuto to glv.j
i). V-U. our special recommendation,
In fact, wo are 'convinced iliut U,' D. U.
will give lellcfjhat no other remedy
Surely If you have any skin trou
ble you should give D. D. D. Prescrip
tion a trial.
Don't doliiy, fur If not promptly
checked, minor skin troubles often de
velop Into serious disease, dllTicult
oven for n.), I), to euro.
Hotter diop Into nil? stoio nnywnv
nnd got posted on till!! wonderful ieiri
edy. Ak ftlS'i nliiiit I), D. I). Snip,
which In mi Inv.iluali'.o In keeping thu
Hklu In hoallhy cumlltlou.
, For sale by llenson, Smith & Co.,
Ltd., Fort and Hotel' afreet.'
ing Iho liunilllng of sugar by tho nib'
chunlca! handler was left over. Tho
board foil that It should klidw more
about this class of machinery before
attempting to make any regulation lu
connection with II, Tho Moan'nf thnMi
concerned with thu working of It nro
to bo linked and the matter will coiu
up Inter on,
Full lino of IMPORTCD tnd AMERICAN r-CHFUMES nnd
TOILCT VATERS, MANICURE and TOILET SETS, CHRIST
THROWS OUT LIFE.LINE,
Honolulu Drug Co., Ltd.
(Continued Irom 'n '1 '
' tliq inorliilltv rate: the limpl'iil fwdfl
ties wen lll-veiillliited ami ulllioul
proper oiilliiuieiit; wlilb- tho Kl'iltiry
D.ivld Kainauohn, chauffeur
police department, saved u man's fe
at neon today, when he threw u life
line Int.. the Niiuanii stream uml linok
od out it driiiikiii tliiwnllan, The man'
was taken down to the receiving sta
tion, where lut was given u new suit
of clothes. The unfortunate man ro
fiiHfil lik.ulv'H hid tfl.M iiii.iiH whet, tiuk-
ed by Receiving;- C'ferk Purluli,"
Prominent nnionir thnso nresent nt
the iiiiiusoleuin this inornlug, besides !
Iler Majesty Qiieen'l.lllnnknliinl, were
Cnl. nnd Mrs, P. laukeii, Mrs. John!
Alnioku Doinlnls. Miss l.ucy Peabo.lv,
Hon. W. n. Smith. Hon. A. I'. Judd,
lion. 1-1 I-', lllshop, trusteeH of the
schools: Collector of Intermit Ileve."
lino Cottrlll nnd Mrs. Cotlrlll. rtev. W. ondllloiH or the vessel wero aio.-i'i,
II. Olcson, pioneer prlueipul of the Ku- beyond belli f. Aetliiw Heentn.v Cn !'.
in.-ibiiiK-ha Kclmols; Theodore Rich- nfter, giving ample opportunity for llin
of the nrds, ulsn former prlncliml nf Kniiie-' ship's ngiiils to niiikM u ileunsr, -II-
hntneba! C. I-,. King. Hon. 1-red K. iicieii ii.uay uini uie inn '"
rtrekley nnd Mr. Hockley. Ilnn. S. U linposed.
Ki-lllnnl, Oscar P. Co, Rev. II. I. Pop. The ciih- lias ben pendlU'J hefor-j
line, (lenriio Cusle, npd many other the d.-pnrlin.nt since the nrrlvul of (Im
known people of Honolulu. iiirime in nonoiuiii. rtprn i.i ijii-i.
Mi( re the lolli'i'tor or cuiioms. wii'i
, petition bns been rornlvo.il by Hi"
1C24 I-ORT STREET
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd,
W. O. 6MITH, Pretldfnt L. J. WAPRCN, Secrrtar)
W. W, CHAMBERLAIN. Treaturtr
(lovornor asking thut three fence roiu-
mlsHlnnera be appointed for I'linii, Hawaii.-
J, P. COOKE
nets lu behalf ot the Itiirenu of Xnvl-
gutlon, linnudl'itely dlscov.re.l tho un-
lawful ciindltlons. Tint vessel Is' 'not
rejularly eneuged In the Bljerage but-'
W. V. CHAMDER1.AIN
G. A. tlALOWIN
A. r. JUDO
OPFICCCl SECOND FLOOR. JUDD DUILOING
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