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Evening bulletin. [volume] (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1895-1912, November 28, 1910, 2:30 EDITION, Image 7

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r.vfiN'tNO nui-UJTtN. Hon'omju', t ti vnsnw.Nov :s io"
The Largest Cracker Ever Made
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Remarkable Values in
Indies' Dresses
For This Week
Toy Sale
Our TOYS have arrived and
will be included in our Retir
inc Sale.
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newest moaeis
Large Assortment
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Ladies' Messalihe, Silk, and Net Dresses
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Calc Price.
$33.CO Drcs'cs $22.50 etch
30.00 " 20.00 "
Tcff.
Silc Price,
J27.C0 Drcstci $18 SO each
S3 00 " 17.00 "
Ladies' Lingerie
Dresses
Asortcd Colors
Hck. folc Trice.
$3.00 Drcuci $3.50 ci It
0 60 " 4 50 "
7.5p " 5.00 "
0.50 " t O.CO "
10.50 " ' 7.50 "
Ladies' Two-Piece
Suits
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Eolc Price,
$ 5.50 Cuili $ 3 00 etch
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17.C0
18 00
21.60
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7.50
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Sale Commences Monday, Nov. 28
A. Blom,
fort Street, Opposite Catholic Church
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THE FRENCH LAUNDRY
OFHCE 777 KINO ST.
J. ABADIE, PEOP.
TELEPHONE 1401
'f Rcincaic'cr'thit thislaunlry his no branchev
. Oriental
Holiday Goods
SELECT, ATTRACTIVE CHINESE EMBROIDERED PAT
TERNS' hnVc' b'icn Vcosivcd jiii't fa tjirc to 'put on display
for the holiday trade. Wc believe you will 'aj;iee with our
bujer thaVthcie afe t'ie mest attractive ccods c?er shown
here. The OBASS IISEN and SILK EMBROIDERED
GOODS arc DRESS SUITS Mid SHIRT WAIST PATIEBN5,
Jind TABLE COVERS.niid CENTER PIECES. '
In the S1L-K 'GOODS; Tjrtlculkrly aic DOILIES, FANS,
rnd HANDBAGS cspc ially arpro-riatc for Christmas remembrances.
TT Mm designed anil manufactured expressl! fnr a Jlnncr inrli clcn Utl Inter by
lor of tho smart set, for Ills frlcniln Ttjo crnrKrr hail clmocalcil ultMn It jirln anil
present, which ncrn pullrrt out by means of niMtrrlntii strings of ribbon
than tho average person and fully as lirgu n.-ouml
Unrton O Wal Jen, n baeho-
eostumo for ecry ono
Tho craikcr, as will be seen, was longer
Dress of
We Are Learning
Applique Net wtoTakeCa.;e
rr I Of Ourselves
111 CHAN & ti
p,:h 1! 1 nit.i oto
Coiiqr Kijig ai.ci Dclhel Stfcots,
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THE GJIABOWSKY TRUCK
1, Vx, 2 AND 3 TONS 33 AND 45 HORSEPOWER
A HKMOVAIILK I'OWKIl PLANT: llarilcnrd Steel 1IUSIHN03 In
every working nrt; i:mi:IIUI:NUY CONUUNStNO CIIAMUr.n; POSI
T1VB MECHANICAL OlllnB Sybtom.
HONOLULU POWER WAdON fJO., Agents W. M. MINT6N, MBr.
Phone 21G0 871 South S'rctt. Near King
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THE BEST BOOM NoV TO D2
FOUND DOTH IN' THC TOVrN
AND THE COUNTRY 13 A 3TEP
IN THC RIGHT DIRECTION.
AS a nitlon
how tii
we nro at lart learning
rest Our reputnllnn
nmnns foreign natlnni has bmg been
that of tho most nervous nation nn
earth. Wo have lni'tleil nn 1 puiht I
anil trltxl to tin six things In the llin
allulteil trt one unt'l we hao been
f,reel to roine tn our wnnrt at hM
Nt rvnus imtratlon m fir 11 Hnsi citinfvrtJbto
time one if the eomm uiret i mplilnt. ImiI,s nnil l'
of the Atur!Mn w mu 111, hut ilminrs
report n grniliuil but mnrl til ilnlinw
of tho nlliui lit 'I'll Is Imi num our
unnien are liarnlng ti t il lure of
Ilirni'oUir, to ,u nun II h nn') 11 eer
tn'n umxunl (nth l,o. m ! il n lu n
llrril nnil to ent only wi'l 1 n hi) I
! ( roprriy eiHl.ed fiiti 1
It Is not only the wir-nn if f.in'ilon
who needs the r gilt Mnil of tr. alininl
for her nenes, but tho farmer's wlfo
Is en,uall worn out, nnil many a ban!
worker might have oililetl rars to her
life If sho bad known how to relax and
spare herself.
Among the fartnrs that hive, brought
about the marked Improvement In wo
men's health and powers of endurance
must be mention! J 'he, rest room. This
Is a siot In the busy shopping. lUitclct
where a woman may sit downand
reail n peaee for half nn hour or so or
tnenly wait fur her friends out of tho
crush nnil turmoil. t
In tho rural districts It Is a room In
tho nelghlirlng Ullage whero tlio
mother does her shopping. Tin re sho
may wait for h?r husband nfter sho
has made her punhases There sho
may leave her children safely while. sho
makis her own purchases. In tho old
times she would bale, been forctd to
wnlt In tho wagon or, worso still, In
tho sun on llu corner nf the street.
wl.kir t hairs, a rew
mis and een an occa-
rloiml pl.io idd enripiss to theso rest
rnoins T', I'-sidents ct'trlhuto tho
mone for tliiim In the wuy nf gifts
and ciilcrtViiiiicnts for raising funds.
In one .own uf l.iOO Ijiliabltants
Hh"phi nlstnun, W Va the women
linc a One reM room called Kunbe.am
hill, where there H n niltrn to take
earn of the llttln ones lift during 1 op
plug hours In lur 1 barge.
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Holly Dosigns
fpillrl dainty gown Is made nf r?in,
net nrpllnued with gra oriianien
tatlons nnil maila
'I ho uppir part of
intra wlillu lining
effect.
worn renro.l In tlio inuiitrv urn ennor-!
illy si c::t. They Know rcniithlnK of
tho gilml, and I hat it li. nr wni In
tlnlr dnv, a. li ird unc. Wh,iU'cr ten
Cency Hiere may bo now Id ninnltiir
u(q cu (IHIoiib, tho slatin of "llttn
ltuLo" 11 concr.itlu.'i nro .ut not ti
I niipy -io
Ilia I'.irtnts wrio fond of him mid III
their waj Indulgent, but public tipln
lun, nq!g(ili)rlii)oil crlllileiu, ko him
llltfo llmo lor ilhcrslnn tin wan ox
peitpil to worlt from "ttm-iip o nin
iliiwn," ami If ho falleil tn do su ho
was looked upon su lary n'ld pinlllKale
nf his limn. If Ills paruutH istil hU
lot bj fending him alleld nt 1. ' tule"
linitr, t-.iy G o'clock, mil L iiormlttlnK
him to knock iiff iillor be I. nil tollid
until "curly' In tin afternoon, K.iy U
o'llock, they tl.cnimlioi wuro tilijci In
uf cuuplcln'l, weiu nl ill i'l iu 1.I1IC
Ic K nnil InclcliiK III cliiiiulir.
Induilty 13 ti Knot IIiIiik nt .ill thuci,
tut fr.nuliiK Lummtinltku (iiimlu It
1 oy iuo i.ioro iiurv2ilo In their nt
P0GUES ENTERTAIN
AT P0UJICAL LUAU
CS; , il UulUtlii (' -n mJ m )
WAII.UKIT, Miiill, Nov 2C Sil.Hjr
vlnor mill JIr W I" PiNiio kivo .1
1 1,1 1 nt their I111111O nt Kiil'm Itst
MlihIi uric-nocii In lunoi of tlio lie
imlilcim rtccnt lo ry atiiurlior
an I .Mim. Win llumlng, und lion ami
.Mis IM Walalioln, rrnni I.nli iln i.and
Supervisor clcit Chaa l.nko and
SlicilIT Clement Ciowcll Ironi Wnl
luku, wcro amoiiK tlii)3o present at
tlo Iiuii which was CJlisldercMl 11 won
do fill achluvcmcnt In Its lino, and
the host and IiohIcm nro li'ilh adopts
In tho art On tho following day
Hiipcrvlsuu rtigiiu, lako mid llci
tilug a(ci)iiiiiiil(i li) Shurlft Crmvcll
Hindu a 'uur of Insiicetlim nf IJwt
Meul Tilt nirty w ih Joined by Sup
i-ivlmr II1I1 nl II 'iin who itlsplDd
with pildo tlio wimiU rful nn I woiii
In hit tllttr'ct Hint iaiihi ilnlni vv.11
up mir pw nn. ntdo to'.vnyl lIiIUI liiliur tl' in n"') ! nii- rt Ib'i ex Clin- t Willuku anil
1,10 wiiist is n nl fucttrx ov'iur of tho rmit'i, tlio hiniA uIu'm u ul. Iwt H10 i:it Maul
gi.lnga IU3I1 .-lidn ,Pt,njp,yfCauio livli.B tli.ittt .0 "hoy Kt 1 mum 1 nlv nn"' 1 mil e 1111 fort
THE BOY AND
THE FARM
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: Bullefciii PublJLsliing:
III 11 ro ci.t speech C'olot ol lioiioo
velt nihlrca ogalnct tub in r"sldetuo
when I Is piiHslb'o tn got nut Into tho
opuii, and I' Is not uiillke'v tha' thh
vlll r'AI'o a i'.Iscu islon that iippour
it linen ill 1 dlscuiBlun that iiai i.of
heietnriiic bad any vor) kumI e.Toit
unon tin- ciiimtr) bred imitli Onu
Willi the 1100" hiu rfbumlauei) 11. icsh
air; bh in'icli of, It In fact. hat It 111 ik"
li In tlrc,l. Tljcrc Is pot i mechanic
In n- city ol Jtliu Union tli.l would!
or cvcn'riti'illii P'K 'lay 11 id ngt,
Incuiiiluiii lili..clf .0 llij ttir., liuiuu
. atcrptcd 111 11 mntltl nf (our3o In J
rurul pin if. . ,:
I Ono way tn keep the, hoy nn the
fnrm wo'ild bo to recognize that ho la
tomcthliiK moro than nn iisfcI, lh,i( la
in at leiift its c,ood as u dray-htirsu,
which l.ibom not mqru tlMii UKlit or
tpn hoprH 11 dn fn tl 0 ell)
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
We also include Mirrors,
Show-Cases, Fixtures. Forms,
etc.; Toilet Soaps, Powder,
Sheets, Pillow Cases, Corsels,
Ladies' Underwear, Shirt
Waists, Skirts, Rain Coats,
Towels, Blankets, Comforlern,
Dress Goods. Table Covers,
Kimonas, Children's Dresses,
Laches' Dresses, Ribbons,
Laces, Embroideries, Hand
Bags, Veils, Veiling, Combs,
Pins, .Millinery, Ornaments,
etc., etc.
THEY MUST BE SOLD
DOLL CONTEST
commences
Wednesday, Nov. 23
L. B. KEftR & CO.; Ltd-
Alakea Street r-
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Weekly Bulletin SI Per Ycnr
The season is at hand for , Card
Parties, Afternoon Teas, and
Other Social Functions
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Burrow's
Feather-Weight
Chairs
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Arc the erscntial article f t r such occasions
Compact
nl (tin aifoci lit wllli th' asHiirmco
tint tho fjlhci ilblrctti wilt ii'iw have
thilr tii'ti at tlio givoriiment colfoni
fi tho ii t w v a Thcio Is a
w ! v w" nf In ho Kahlkluiil
'"In i now vvlrc liciototoru imllilps
but n go it trail onlitcd. Ill ,1 II
.HiiMiiond nnl hl sou llarvov uhJ
Mr. Chin l.tieuii tun In I lie Kihlkliiul
ilstiltt nn-v lo to for IlionlaolToa
tli ti wpiiiImh III t ill lnllllng ilurl'lf
tlio piuert ailmliila' ration
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ANOTHER ROBINSON GIRL
The Lightest, Handsomest, and most
Table on the market.
Frames made of birch, thoroughly seasoned and
kiln-dried, finished a, rich mahogany. ,
The tops i are covered with greeii IcTthei ctte or
green felt of fine quality; the comers' and" metal
parts arc finished in old brass. ,
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The legs hive rubber 'tips;, and will
not slip or mar the flopr .
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? Z " . 7. ;'.:,:;' ;ZJm Kind You Have Always Bought -n mr ,y. k
pioplo vlmurtoxiiusmonto-stlcc a ' ""' '"'" clUdjliodol
.... f ,. e m,. Iiife ,., nnthlne Vouri tlio yg , q. i -"
tn tno fu m k on litt'o or milliinc
nlinul larii) lite Tliev ni tlie'imolvt i
rll hied nnil tliolr lilc.t of ruin! ill"
ttlet i H ,i' of Uio iiiili' xn.Mtlnnli I
wl o lo In In a hnmnioe't or golfs In tl o
abandoned, corn Hold City moil who
Bignaturo of
III Hi 'I i (' rrnpomli nc 1
Kt M U' IV 20 -All itll
bwu to Hon Beuatpr and
T It iIi'iimjii In Wiillukil nn
l-)tll
IliK vvo'l
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elu'-ipi t trnp In vnnr till sear,
n fil'lilcl.imi Int o l.lnnllv
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'' ' t , ' fiv filled lf Ine lido ,4
MjfiliKO I a lot.jr) a'l.I tho pl'o line tho mile l''.o ni isa
If ofttu ill n wi In ti I'eraiuhuliiUii j AinciUan
their e tl'i
Urt'M ror"
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Table's,
Chairs,
$2.50 eacli'
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