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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, JAN. 30, 1912.
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Keep Water Cold and Colfco Mot lMf
What Hikers to the Hill ML
k ALL SIZES AND MANY QUALITIES fsVll
Ben son, Smith & Co., Ltd., ill
IU FORT AND HOTEL STREETS vM
lml Exclusive Agents tftl
Your Grocer Has It
J. A. QILMAN
Shipping and Commission
ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., BATH, ME.
PARROTT & CO., SAN FRANCISCO
BADGER'S FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
GENERAL FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
(lltl.VU:i.l, AUTOMATIC M'KINKI.KIt)
NEUMAN CLOCK CO.
ROYAL STANDARD TYPEWRITER
AACHEN & MUNICH FIRE INS. CO.
FOUT STItEKT. JfEAK MKItCIIAT.
The Wire Type Tungsten Lamp
The fragility of the old type Tungsten lamp hat been entirety
overcome In this new
WIRE TYPE TUNGSTEN
These new lamps have all the advantages of the old Tungsten
lamps, with the addition of being more rugged and consequently
When buying lamps ask for tho WIRE TYPE TUNGSTEN.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
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HEILORON A. LOUIS, Proprietors TELEPHONE 3445
ASK ME FOR ESTIMATES ON
P. M. POND,
IIAItltY 1'ATI.IN, rpproRcntliiK tho
International HankliiR Corporation nt
Miiiiitii, l ii throiiRlf paKKciiRor In tlio
CI.IITOHI) (. M1TCIIIXI.. division
chlcr of tho oociitlo Imrciiti nf Ma
nila, In imioiiK tlio through lmnnctiKcrH
In tlio MoiikoII.i
lilt. CIIAHI.IIS T. l.OWNDKS, u
pnsscMKcr In the Mongolia, will join
the I'nltcil Stairs Hlilp Saratoga now
nn tlio Asiatic station.
I.IKUTKXANT COMMANDttll I A.
COTTON, military attnclio to tlio
Aincilcnn legation ut Tokyo, In a ills
tliiRiilnlinl passenger In the Mongolia.
It 0 HAI.HWIN, Phlllpiiliio IiisiiI
nr treasurer, la returning to Manila
after Inning spent a vacation on tlio
mainland. Ho la n passenger In the
T .1 I.AUKIN, representing a lnrgo
ronlliiR material rnnccin nt C'hlcnRo,
accompanied by Mra. Ijirkln, nro vls
KorK at Honolulu In the Pacific Mall
J l. DOIlllAXCi:, a coast commis
sion man, Is Included In tho largo list
of pasKCHRers who arrived Ht Hono
lulu this morning In the I'uclllc Mall
MltS. S. It. DOIKILASH, wife- of the
commander of the United Ktntcs sup
ply ship Glacier, was nn nrrlwil at
Honolulu In the Pacific Mall liner
MoiiRolla this mornliiR.
KIHHCNH HIM)i:illtANI)T, consul
nr roprcsontatlvo for Switzerland, sta
tioned at Chicago, Is making a round
trip to the r'nr IJnst as a passenger In
tho Pacific Mall liner Mongolia.
ADOM'll MKVKIt, heavily Intercst
iil In coffee estate and at tho head
of (Inatemala's biggest hanking Insti
tution, Is a thloiiRli passenger In tho
Mongolia, en route to the Far Hunt.
COL. SAM PAHKIIlt nnd Krneot
Parker aro back from a visit to the
mainland. The Colonel disclaim
that politics had anything to do with
his absence at Washington. They lo
tiirned In tho Mongolia.
MltS. VAIri:il I1IUTIIOI.K and
Mrs. K. Strlrkler nro wives of United
States naval officers now stationed
here, during Meet maneuvers, who nr.
rhed as piisscngorK III tho Paclltc
Mail Mongolia this morning.
.1. R HaOKKKM), head of the great
Iioiiko of II. llackfehl & Co., from
(Jermnny, Is a visitor at Honolulu and
expects to remain here for some lime.
It has been n number nf yeais slnco
Mr. llackfehl last United tlio Islands,
C K. NKWCOMKIt, a passenger en
route to Hongkong lu tho Mongolia,
will proceed to Manila, there to lo
maln for some Hum In search of
I lib. Ho has been Idelitllled with
(ho disbursing olllce of tho United
Stales Marshal of New Mexico.
.IOIIN MOItONV, a prominent cop
per mining man from Unite, Molilalia,
accompanied by Mrs. Mornny, aro to
remain mer from llm Pacific Mall
liner Mongolia, They expect In upend
some weeks In tlio Inlands before con
tinuing the Journey to tho Orient
C. S. VAN'U, a highly educated Chln-
cm who has for years been residing
at Chicago, Is a through passenger III
tho Mongolia, en route to Hongkong,
where he Is lo take up an important
olllco with tho republic. Mr. Yang Is
nrromp.inled by his wife.
N. F. SMITH, for nearly forty years
a resident of Japan and who hears
a decoration of the Rising Sun, pie
senled him by tho Emperor, Is i chim
ing to Yokohama after an absence of
nearly a year spent on tho mainland
Ho Is a through passenger in the Pa
cllle .Mall liner Mongolia
I.ICH OKAY, a well known capital
ist nnd raisin packer fioni Fresno,
Calif., Mrs. (fray and son, Austin
(Ir.iy, accompanied by Mrs. Victor N.
Melcalf, Jr., Miss M. Mutters and Mrs
Mae Kstelln Heed, rnmprlso n niorry
party of tourists who aro Intending
In complete a round trip In the Pu
rine Mall liner Mongolia, which ar-rlu-d
from the roastt tils morning.
KX-HOVKH.NOll OKOHOK It, CAIt
TKH, lifter having enjoyed n stay or
less than four hours on tho coast,
was among thn returning passengers
In the Pacific Mall liner Mongolia that
arrhed at tho porlt Ills morning, Gov
ernor Carter mado very rlnso con
nections In his arrival at S.m Fran
cisco In tho Slorrn and a hasty trans
fer to the Pacllle Mall dock was ac
complished without Incident.
MAHT1X KUAN, who Is reputed as
eloso lo the Phlllpplnn Insular gov
ernment, nnd also wields a directing
lulliienen over tho destinies or an ad
ministration newspaper published at
.Manna, is numbered among the
thiougli passengers In the Pacllle Mall
liner Mongolia. F,gan has been on
a mission to tho mainland which car
lied him to Washington, where ho Is
bollou'd to hiio held a series or con
forcnecs with Tuft, on affairs Philip.
pine. Kgiin Is reported to lmo onrn
been offered a commissloncrslilp In
Iho Islands which ho declined.
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Digestion weak bowels
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Have you malaria, or fever
TRY THE BITTER3
Is 58 years old and has help
ed thousands back to health.
It tones rebuilds nourishes
For salo ty Ilcnson, Smith & Co,
Ltd., Chambers Drug Co., Ltd, Itllu
Drug Co. and at nil wholesale liquor
8:15 P. M.
TIIK "I.AriilllMi si:aso"
Harry Corson Clarke
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What Happened to Jones
.Mr. Clarke was Hie original JO.MIS.
Seats on salo at Hawaii Promotion
Rooms, YoungvBuildlng. Phone 2345,
PRICES 1, 75c, 00c and 25c
Never Before Played Hero
PIHHTTIMKnN IIONol.t'1,1' KTACIi:
HUGHES MUSICAL COMEDY CO.
COMEDIANS have new Stunts.
FRITZIE GUY gives a new Danco.
LYDSTON sings "R. R. Rag."
LAST WEEK OF MUSICAL COMEDY
Your Very Last Chance
PRICES 15c. 20c and 30c
Monday Wednesday Friday
ALL - COLORED - VAUDEVILLE
See and Hear
In Up-to-Date Dances and Songs
And the Funmaking Trio
Jones, Grant, Dehearde
Singing, Dancing and Then Some
NEW MOTION PICTURES
AND THOUGHT VIBRATION
Hours 9 A. M. to C P. M.
201 VINEYARD STREET
Cottaga No. 1, Rear
Whitney & Marsh,
Our Regular Annual
Ready -to -Wear
will begin on
Thursday Next, Feb. 1 st
When we will place on Sale at Greatly
Reduced Prices our Entire Stock
of Ready-Made Garments.
Our windows show some of the bar
gains and the quality of the merchan
dise which we will offer.
Tho banana dump nt Moilllli, which
rnvor nlmit two an ok, has commenc
ed to sprout, and Iho Kiirfaco of Ihc
dump ia coveted with hiiimmi shoots
Ii Ik kmmn iik tho Hoard of Health
Tho cane, of the Kniiooho Itaiirh
Company against tho Ivancolm Hicc
Mill Company ut al Iiiik been hot for
"What's tho moaning of this t-lnli-
main (ollritlnii of hnrIotte riisso.
fudge and aw eel plrUes?"
"Oh, I iiiii advertising a hindno s
The balance of our Store has
been leased, and we must vacate
by MARCH 1st. .,,
Prices cut no figure with us
Goods must be disposed of.
L. B. Kerr & Co.,