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EVENING UULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., THURSDAY, DEC. 23, 1909.
BEAUTIFUL HOLIDAY GIFT
(3HRISTMAS EDITION OF THE
Beautifully Bound in Illustrated Cover in Gold and. Colors
For Sale at All Book Stores
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Furniture for Christmas Gifts
We are showing the largest line of FURNITURE and FURNITURE
NOVELTIES ever brought to Honolulu for a Christmas season.
Make your Christmas rift to friends or relatives something which will combine both beauty and utility,
can be attained bv purchasing furniture.
Every item in a furniture store would make a good Christmas gift.
We show the largest and best line of goods in the islands.
J. Hopp & Co., 185 King Street
la expected to lie ready for launching
in tho early autumn or l9iu,
TAKES UP HIS WORK
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FOR ATLANTIC TRADE
LARGEST VESSELS EVER BUILT
WILL CARRY 5.000 SOULS
CREW WILL NUMBER COO
VESSELS WILL BE MODERN.
Twelve thousand toiiH represents
the Increase In nine of tho two mam
moth llncra, Olympic and Tltnnlr.
now being' luillt by Messrs. Ilarland
and Wolff, tlctrast. Tor tlie While
Star Company, over the levlatlian
CunarderH, Maiirctaulii and l.tisltu
nla, says tho llelfast correspondent
of the Dally News. The tonnage of
each of theso la 31,000 tons; that
of each of tho new Whlto Star boats
la to ho 4n,00n Ions, anil possibly
more. Among tho Ilelfaat Khtpyanl
workmen these gicat vosscla have
hcon known for months pant na tho
myatery Bhlpa, hecause of tho extra
ordinary prcrautlonH which have
hecn taken to prevent their dlnicn
bloiiH and design becoming public
property. Something, however, may
now be said on these points.
Tlio now steamers will bo com
pleted about tho end of next year
and will go on the Southampton
New York service In the following
spring. They will be by far the lar
gest In the world, nnd In equipment
and decoration will be the finest on
the water. Tho now vessels will
have a displacement of CO. 0(10 tons.
They are to be about 840 feet long,
with a beam oi 90 feet, an.l the
boat deck will be moro than CO feat
nhcitt the water.
Neither the Olympic nor the Ti
tanic w'll he high power boats, nor
arc their lines designed for great
ipecd, 21 knots being tho average
aimed at, as against I lie 25 of the
CuiiarileiH. An immense amount of
space, which In fast boats la devot
ed to machinery, will thus be saved
for cabin accommodation. The car
rying capacity of the gicat boata
will exceed that of any afloat today
by at least ojio-thlrd. Bach steam
ship will carry, under normal con
u'ltlona, moro than liOOO persons all
Tho crew will bo the largest over
employed on one merchant ship,
more than' fion In all. The monster
new liners will have nine steel
ileckB. Tho steamers are not only
designed It eclipse everything elso
as yet achieved In passenger ship
building as regards tho size., but lu
their novelty of equipment as welt.
Has An Office in Fifth Avenue and
Will Snend Three Days Each
Week Attending to Details. i
NKW YOIUC. December 8. Mrs.
1". II. llari Ilium, who Is managing
the vast estate of her late husli.Vid,
declared today she would not keep
legular oRlce hours, but would give
her attention to business three days
a week. J
She mapped out a programme tho
first day she spent at her olTlrc. No
woman of the present generation has .
taken over the control of such n
large share of complex affairs of a i
multMullllnnalre man of business,
for no other man of the generation
burdened himself so extensively In
tho active, development of varied in
terests as did Mr. Ilarrlman. Yet
Mrs, Ilarrlman has approached her
new duties with qulot resorvq and
determination that nrguo n compre-
In its furnishing and decoration the henslvo grasp of tho general policy
most elaborate. Should u guest tiro j nnd details of the immense estnto
cf this department in the week ho Is
at sea lie can wander from one cafo
to another enjoying practically as
much, variety as ho might ashore.
A verandah cafo will bo built on
which came Into her sole possession
under her husband's simple will. j
Three or four days each week Mrs.
Ilarrlman will be at her desk In hor
private olllco on the second Hour,
There will be a largo eutranco hall,
a spacious dining-room, smoking
room, library, women's parlor, grill,
and lounging rooms, elaborately fur
nished to the last detail.
Swimming and Diving on Board.
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one or ino upper uechs is io uo..n r t,0 upper decks fnr astern, No. I7S Fifth avenue, which sho
completely enclosed to servo ua n booking out over the sea. and about leased last October,
ball-room or skating rink. Ily day no fwt ,,OVo tM0 waler Tho ..TUo ,.;,, of ,.: H jarrman"
this enclosure may bo used as a sun I ratoni) ,iml RniU.ril management I H the sign that appears on the ill
parlor nnd promenade. It will bo i w carry mlt tll0 PJl , tho open-1 rectory. Mrs. llarrjmnit will not
largo enough to accommodate scv- J ur t.af(,H of So,Ulcl. .:urope. The remain In the city over night except
eral hundred passengers. In plan- j ,...f ...m il0 r,.,.i.,i with exnoscd wlm,, li lu li,m,.r,,iiv u-imn ui.
must stay in town she wll eiigngo
a sun in a piominent up-town ho-
Hav; you thought about ordering
your fowl Tor the Christmas dinner?
Our market offers you the choice of
Turkey, Chicken or Geese. You will
find the largest number of Live Turkeys
in town here.
Why not order now?
C. Q. Yce Hop & Co,,
King St.. Near Market.
nlng tho cabins of tho new liners (1.Bflp, H entwined with vines, mid the
the luxuries of Mm most up-to-date ; slitt-n will ho latticed effects, to make
hotels have been kept In sight, nnd
even Improved upon. These boat
will olTor not only extended suites
of rooms, hut complete Hats, which
will ninko It possible to cross the
Atlantic white enjoying all the priv
acy., of ono's own homo.
Tho Olympic nnd Titanic will bo
tho II 1st sloamors to offer cabins
with private shower hatha attached.
In addition (hero will be a great
swimming hath aboard both tho
Olympic nnd tho Titanic, large
enough to permit of diving. A gym
nasium, the largest and most torn
plntely equipped afloat, will be found
on each of Iho new boats. The main
dining saloon, which will scat moro
thnn 1100 passengers, will bo tho lar
gest slngje cabin on the ship, and
the Illusion of a cafo at tho seaside' tel, a short distance fiom her olllce,
as completn as possible. . She has mapped, out a regular biisl-
Another novelty will b6 a gfTt
loom. Tho cahln will suggest an o'f
Kngllsh chop house, with high-hacked
stalls of ancient oak, and bioad, I
low tables. It will lie posslhlo at
any hour of the clay ot night for a
nets hour schedule and will never
work overtime except when It Is Im
perative. The, cmplojes of the olllce, many
of whom were under the rretliin
of the Into "railroad wizard," In his
passenger to use Iho grill room, jj'ho j vast enterprises, have never seen his
pa i m gardon will lie slid another wire,
reruge for those who weary of the , Although Charles (J, Tegolhoir Is
confines of the bhlp during tho pas- generally reganlcd as being Ihn
'"B1'. I agent of tho Ha-rlmaii properties. It
i was the opinion of the employes of
Come Right In
nnd in our simples of timely print
thep thine,! Chriitmai Cardt, Invlti
tleni, Menu Cirdi, Calendars, every
thing you can think of for tocUl or
c -For ba" card at Bultatln.
WALL, NICHOLS and TOYS-the
two words are inseparably con
nected by the Honolulu public.
Toys here of all descriptions and
.for all ages. Open every night.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd.
A Dcrk Harden.
A garden will be located on tho
sun dcrk, and In the winter months
will be protected by a glass roof.
Here will ho found, perhaps, the
most complete Illusion of the hotel
ashnii'. There will bo arbors artfully
j contrived to give the effect of gar
j dens covered with vlnesund flow
ers. Tho (hlliren'H room of tho now
j lines will be tho moat sumptuous
i apartment of Its kind over attempt
,cd. I The now liners will bo as com
. plelo In their safety devices as In
their luxurious eiiilpmeiit. Kneh
boat will be divided Into upward?
of :t0 steel ro'iipartmenls, separated
by heavy bulkheads. An automatic
dovlco on Iho bridge will control all
Iheso heavy steed doors, making It
posslhlo for a single hand to closo
I hem all in rase of danger. Kucli
the olllco that
the teal head.
Mis. Ilarrlman was
RICHEST WOMAN HAS
Hetty Orccn. Has Much Love for
"Old Ireland" Consider the
Irish People the Greatest in the
FAMILY 0RERS SOLICITED FOR
WOOD & COAL
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co.
Office Fort near Merchant. Fhone 281
MINNEAPOLIS -Ocnrgn M. Oil
let le, who returned yesterday fion
tho Now York conference on em
ployers' liability and compensation,
travelled on a Lake Shoio train fn'Wi
New York to Chicago with Hetty
(irccii, and had the honor of being
piosculml to the famous woman An
iMirlcf. .Sot being nwarn that Mr. fllU""o
kllf.U' tier lllphtltv. Iinvln,- ImAn tffla
cf these doors In turn will ho olec-j Iroduced meiely as Mis. Urouu, s.ai
jtrlcnlly (onnected with a chart on chatted for an hour nntortalnlngly.
j the bridge, and will bo represented I "I found her," said Mr. (llllotto,
, by small electric lights, When oiVi "a delightful woman, wonderfully
,tif theso icors closes tho light will alert and well Informed, arid with
( burn ied, Tho officer on the bridge i- strong sympathy for everything
iwlll thus bo able to see at a glance Irish. 1 found nothing In her to no
If all tho compartments aro close;, count for Biuh a leaning, but was
Still another sot of safety dovlcei convinced that sho thinks tho Iilsli
j win guard against nro in ovory part aro tho greatest peoplo hi tho
l of tho ship. I world. Thoro was no explanation oi
A combination of turbine and reel- It; she Just likes them, that's all."
procatlng engines will propel iho I .
vossels. It la, expected Hint a great Dick "Dearott, I will follow you to
economy of coal will be effected Vv . ""o end of tho earth." DrtiBlllu "No,
this arrangement. The horths In ; you won't either. That Is tho noilh
ilarland an Wolff's yards, at llol- polo, anil you aro not going to get
fast, In whk'h those wonderful ships mo mixed up In any of ther.o foolish
aro being built, aro earh 1,000 feci explorers' rontnivrrsles "
I Easy Payments
J. W. Bergstrom & Bros.
SIGNS OF LIFE
ST. PAUL, Dec. ".A henrso ami
30 canlages waiting before the in-
sldence of tho Into Charlotta Wlll-
j ner of St. Paul to receive her body
were dismissed nt 3 o'clock this af
ternoon, when It became known that
Isaac Oeverniau, assistant underink-
er and amateur hypnotist, had de
tected signs of life In the bo'dy as It
I lay on the morgue slab In the mi-
Physicians wuro summoned,
dlsrovered manifest signs of
which ngulu dlsappeaicd.
Itlgor nioills set lu about IG
o'clock thla evening ayd the body
waa burled an hour later,'
Hello "No. I don t !c!Iqo. in tljose.
llnlloween guiues. 1 glanced overall'
tshoulder Into a mirror oncu niidll
never was so frlghto!! in my 1 fe.V
Helen "Dlil joti see you." own f;i
Made on All Makes of TYPEWRI1ER5, ADDING MA HINIS
and CAtf REGISTERS. All work Guaranteed.
Office Supply Co. Ltd
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