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EVBNINO BULLETIN. HONOLUL'J. T. H MONDAY, NOV. 30, 1008.
Whitney & Marsh
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Doll's House Contest Begins December 1st
WE have imported at the cost of $100 a beautiful DOLUS HOUSE, furnished throughout and electric
lighted, which we will GIVE AWAY to the one having the LARGEST NUMBER OF VOTES. One
Coupon entitling the holder to one vote will be given with every 25 CENT, purchase.
Results will be published each week in Saturday's Bulletin and Sunday's Advertiser. The Doll's House will remain on exhibition in our
Window until Tuesday evening, and after that in the store. No employee of the store will be allqwed to participate in this contest.
Handsome y BagS and
In White, Pink and r URCd
Blue Mull, from
$i cr.oo ud
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No two alike.
dren. Our assortment
Plpo-ant is now complete, and is
Silk Braid CoatS;of such variety that
Ithev must be seen.
.in' White,' Black and:
. : .: , color?. - j-r
These are all the rage
H in the States. ! :
From $18,00 up
Prices range from
1 2.5c to $25
Sale of Imported ;
N TUESDAY DEC. ist. we will
place on Sale, at much Reduced
Prices, about nine Elegant Evening Coats
and Capes each model different.
These will make seasonable and hand
som,e Xmas Gifts.' "' ' "
Some are on displdyjn bur rtiauka window.
G-etf your coupons on Tuesday
These are always useful
ana acceptaDiegucs ior
Ladies and Children.
Child's Parasols from
Ladies' very sheer, with Ardenne
Hand embroidered, Initial and
Wreath, 30 each ;.f 1.75 box of 6.
We can confidently recommend
these as the best value we have ever
Have you seen the new
Evening Hood, with
Face Veil attached ?
Light weight and dust
proof. Special at
Gents' pure linen, Hand-embroidered
Initial, 25 each.
'ALSO.-' 7 .
Assortment of '
HRST OF SEASON'S
The first Installment of thu tiw
sugar crop will "bo shipped to tiw
malnhiml on the American-Haw jjlsm
learner t.Arlzouan, which will arrive
here on Wednesday morning next.
Though the exact size of the consign
ment has not bjen announced,. It In
understood that It will lie a good-sized
one for this season of the year.
The Arltonan will -arrive hero Wed
nesday with a cargo from N,!W York
City, via' Tehiiantepoc: Tacoma, Seat
tie and Sun Francisco. The- local
agents of the company believe that
the cargo will be one of the largest of
the year, though tho Invoices have not
been received as yet. When the All
zonan leaves here, she will head for
Sallna Cruz, via San Kranclsco, uni
will cairy freight for San Kranclsco
nnif New York.
On Saturday next tho steamer Co
lumbian vjill sail from San Kranclsco
for this port, arriving here on Decem
HAS ROUGH VOYAGE
Tho steamer W. (I, Hall, which ar
rived yesterday morning from Kauai,
reports a very rough, passage. Heavy
winds made progress slow and choppy
seas were encouritercd throughout the
(rip. Tho' Hall was pitched nbout like
n chip on the top of tho billow nnd
the trip was one of. the most uncom
fortable -which the ship has ever made.
When "the Hall reached her clock,
she showed plainly the effect of the
trip she had Just completer. Every
thing on deck, not stationary, had
been bittercd around and every putt
gf the boat was wnve-swept.
,- Six thousand bags of sugar from
Kauai were brought in by the V. O.
Fifty-three' head of cattle from the
Parker ranch on 'Hawaii were brought
In yesterday by tljo steamer Ielcne.
The Helene tame here directly from
Kawalhae, the port of tliu Parker
ranch, and brought no other cargu.
' Two enipty gasoline drums was the
extent of tho 'cargo 'broiYght lu'lhls
morning by tho steamer I.lkellke from
jfonokaa.aud other Hawaiian port,
incoming! freight has b.ien very limit
tJd foHMimo time, but today's cirgo
cortes pretty near being n record
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. William K. Piper, who died at Car-
lisle, Pa,aged 84 years, made J100,
PLANS FOR HILO'S
Normal Inspector King
Normal Inspector King ami Super
intendent of Public Instruction llnh
bltt aie working on the plans for the
Hew Union School building at Hllo,
which, If the Legislature gives a
sum anywhere near the appropriation
asked for,- will rank with the largest
educational buildings in the Territory
In site. The approximate sum that It
will cost to build .the now school as
proposed Is 100,000, which is 'about
the same amount us that which was
expended on the McKlnley High
If tho Legislature shows Its ap
proval of the new plans by giving an
appropriation for the building as now
planned. -It will' bo found necessary
for t,ho Territory to acquire consider
able more land for the building site,
and It Is thought that the Mason nnd
Scott properties may be secured.
This land Is situated on the corner
of Walanuenue and School streets' In
Illlo The new building will be call
ed tho Illlo Union School, and "will
take the place of the old, crowded
buildings that are at present being
It IsVlanned to have fourteen class
rooms, an assembly hall, library, spti
linen room, principal's office, ladles'
letlrlng loom, hat rooms, toilet rpoms
jiuieii ruumu, uoiuchwc science rpohia,
manual training shop, a gymnasium.'.'
and a store room, In the new build
ing, which will ho up-to-date In every
.- AND' ITS SMOKER
The Commercial' Club members and
thelr-guesta enjoyed a smoker on Sat
urday evening that will undoubtedly
be tho forerunner of many slmliuf
happy occasions., iTue members put
tbgtth'cr under' the program arrahge.l
by Kred Woldron to Ijave a good time,
and (hey had' It. '
The old clay pipes wero In evidence
mid buslnpBs, men for tliu time being
iorgot the serious side of life. There
was music nnd vaudeville stunts by
local artists who have been seen on
tho local btngv, and are not bettered
by the best.
For the other part of It Mr. Dohr
man of San Kranclsco made a very
Instructive and Interesting talk, and
WlUlam Kent, who has been In amr
led so many fights for good govern
ment, gave a spicy description of how
the law In legalized In California with
esieclal reference to the grafters of
WM. KENT IS MAN
'William .Kent,, who gave such an. In
teresting talk on California law points
at the commercial Cluu smoker Satur
day evening, was one of the.Cimimls
tion appointed by Mayor Taylorld give
a statement to the public of what has
Leon done by tho San Francisco graft
,Mr. Kent'B reputation has been a
national one since he took a leading
part ,lu the great traction fight of Chi
cago.tho results of which are now be
ing realized In the first class street
railway system of that city.
His western homo Is In Kentfield.
California, n part of the township of
San Itafael. He owned the famous
Mulr redw'ooda which he govo to the
United States Government In order to
forever preserve them to tho people.
(.For this act ho seriously objects to be
ing called a philanthropist, but he re
fuses to be Interviewed when asked
how much money he could liuve real
ized had he let the magnificent trees
Normal IliKnpotnr Klntr a tit nr.3.
ent worklug on the preliminary plans! o destroyed as all others have been
ior me uuiiuiiik, uiu later on roars
trfn Campbell, of the Department of
Public Works, will take the building
plans up In detail.
DOO. selling, papers.
HERMISTON IN DOCK
Tho confer Hermlstoii hns moved
Into the berth vacated by the Katuna
at the Naval wharf and Is illschnrg'
Ing the cargo of coal which it brought
from Newport News for tho. local NaV'
al Station', Tho Hermlstou presents a
somewhat twft-faced appearanco nt
present. The starboard sldo lias been
u. . glycn a coat of paint and all of tho Horn,
,Mr. Kent came to tho city on th,c
Htlonlan for a' few wcoks rest nnd ex
pects to return mi tho ninth of Decem
ber. Ho Is stopping nt the Moann, ac
companied by his wlfo and daughter,
If President Castro is not caroful
hp may be compelled to change his
diet from champagne to Dutch high
balls on November 1. St. Louis
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travel stains have been-romoveclr tno
port sldo of the ship, from which' flip
coal Is being unloaded, shows tho ef
fects of tho dopg Journey around tho
Orea) Benefit Is Certain
; Say Merchants Antjl
Japanejfi Consul Geucrnl Uycno
nnd merchants are highly' pleased
with ll(e"ngreelnent which has been
reached between America nnd Japan.
They sny that, lwas one of tho best
tnmgs ipui ever nappeuca ueiween
the8etwt nations from both the na
tional und commercial polnt.of view.
Consul Oeneral Uycno In nn Inter
view this morning said that it was
the fundamental policy of the Japan
ese Government to respect the Inde
pendence of China and to prevent the
commercial .complications that might
aroso between nations.
"I urn glad, to state-that tho Amer
ican and Japanese Oovcruments'have
reached an jinpoitaut agreement,"
tul (I Uyeno. "Of course, I do not
know; the contents of the agreement,
Hut I am expecting to receive official
news from tho home Government.
Such agreement as this would, not
come by cnblo.
"Whatever the agreement Is, I am
satisfied, to know that both nations
have mutually agreed to respect their
territorial possessions In the Pacific,
to defend the Independence of China,
nnd to prevent the commercial com
plications, between them. This Is n
noble deed, and will eventually cre
ate harmony between them.
"Formerly each Government was
suspicious of the other, but slnco the
signing" of the agreement suspicion
has been weeded out. The merchants
can now enter Into business with the
feeling that their Interests will b'e
protected, under tho terms, of the
agreement." , N ',
8. Yonekurar president of the Jap-
uncsa Merchants' Association, ex
pressed himself as pleased 'with the
ngromqnt. He said that whlle'lio
(Mil not knpw tho wording, he believ
ed It was drawn for mutual benefit
and prospcilty of tho commercial In
Now wo are Informed thdt John
Templo'Grnycsmust go to th'tf hospl
Titlto undergo a slight surgical oper
ation.' We suspect John Temple lias
Inflammation of the Vice Presiden
tial nomination, Houston Post,
vyy so Aflmisqs yramc
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