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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1900.
If you want
Hardware, Crockety, Glassware,
Paints, Oils and Varnishes, Electro
Hers, Chandeliers, Lamps and Lamp
House Furnishing doods,
Silver Plated Ware, Cutlery, Pocket
Knives, Wade and Butchers' Razors.
Rubber Hose, either plain or wire
bound, Manila or Sisal rope. Lawn
. Mowers, Lawn Sprinklers, High-grass
Cutters, Etc. Etc.
Plantation Supplies or
BUY THEM FROM
Fort St., opposite Spreckels Bank.
, th ,!
I 11 ri
It A mmyui ont conttJtr for many rtaiont,
tut cnlelly &cau It It lilt lnvtmnt tnj
tool Initrument should tt bought In tht
W. havt FORTY NEW PIANOS In ouf
atort to chootc from, contlitlnff of tht cttt
known malm. Evtry ont rutrtntctJ ani
with tuch tn tisortmtnl )ro bin alvantatt
over many Otitic! thrci timet tht tin ol
Call and see us.
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO. 11.
Ceylon and Mnralcabo
and PRALINES ....
HAND DIPPED FRENCH
FRENCH BOSS, Etc.
Our goods are made FRESH
every day and cost about HALF the
price of Stale Imported Goods.
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY,
J. Oswald Lutted,
BE KING AIR RIFL
HE KING AIR RIFL
HE KING AIR RIFL
Sure to hit the mark
Record breaking scores
The Evening Bulletin, 76 cents per
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
The Grand Priv I
(Tht Diploma of Honor I
rilehut oofMHt tarl )
WAS WON HY
The Smith Premier
HIS awarJ, maJt ty tn Inltrnitlontl Jury ol Utntyfivt rnemcerl, wtt
tt a ratln gt on points. Higher than any of tht other twenty tjrpawrltm
In comrttltlnr, ana quoting Iroro tht Juty't report a Riven lor general
turtrlorlty ol conduction ana elficleny at tht highest rating.
The Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
Sjracuie. r T
imj x a swswi s-a a a 4d a tt '.' inmuuii s i j-
The Remington secured a gold
h Medal as a Second Prize.
k Mr Hermann Mtcttiwhn It an xperlence
typewriter tepalrer, hatktn full thaw
un branch o tlio hiine We artreaJv to
't Rlvt quota, ont on Sirith ('remit machine
A; or titlmatci on repair work on any claw i-l
;C t)rtrler Wotk Cully guaranteii
V aT beconJ-hanJ machines taken in ex
Bat (ttti-lf nt No and No 1 machine
j conitanily en luni.anJ general lupplle
Kf MACHINES RENTED.
I C. W. Macfarlane,
'. SOLE AGENT.
St MyM&Wi-M&i&i XMMWMMWffM' & tt& 3 -S
BummiM m ia.iBBBB
Pure Beer Is a perfect food. The public
should beware of cheap and poor beers and
Insist on having the Pure Genuine Article.
Rainier Beer represents the standard of
highest purity, tThere Is nothlnfi superior to
I befoumf. ---.
FOR SALE BY - ALL - DEALERS
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
The Bunrcggan left for the Coast
An Imperial blcjclc has been found.
See Found column on lage 8.
Frank E. Thompson has accepted a
position as assistant In the office of
J. A. JIagoon.
The Chamber of ComTOrca ralsf-J
13300 and sent It to the Oilveitun suf
ferers by the Australia.
Rev. V. Ault of Maul Is In the city
raising funds for repair work on the
Episcopal church In Walluku.
The steamer Ucrgcnhus will sail from
Yokohama for San Francisco la Hono
lulu and San Diego on the Cth Inst.
Remember that robin's egg blue is
the standing color of the Tribune bl
cjclc. Whitman & Co. are the agents.
See Jas. F. Morgan's column on pa?e
S for delinquent Nahlku Sugar Co.'s
stock to be sold Oct. 20th unless as
sessments are paid.
L. U. Hough of the llobron Drug Co.,
left In the Australia jestcrday on 1
three months' vacation on the Main
land. He will visit his old home In
the State of Massachusetts.
A gay trio was ghen a send-off l
Honolulu friends In the AttstraliJ
They were Wm. Fink, 'eprescntlng
Oljmpla bicrjhotils Ab'tms, who "ll
shoes, and the Irrcprcjjib'o Tom Mc
Combe, purser of the goii ship.
Thos. Hlcluirils, Ico irctldcn: at the
Honolulu Stock Yardo Co., left in the
Australia, attending Mn, Ulchals to
the Coast for the bcntflt of her health.
Many of tho popular couplti s friends
were at the steamer to tee them 01T
Lewis & Co. have now on hand a bis
Btock of Lowney's candles, received by
Australia. These candles are packed
for shipment In tin lined cases and
keep fresh as the day they arc made.
There was a line attendance at the
meeting of the Woman's Hoard In the
Central Union church parlors ester
day afternoon. Miss Orajdon, a teach
er at Oahu college, read a paper on
"Alaska Work and Missions."
Captain and Mrs. Thos. K. Clarke
announce the marriage of their daugh
ter, Annie Kutlakanuu, to Mr. Norman
Watklns on Monday evening, October
15, at 8 o'clock, nt tho residence of the
brldo's parents on I'unchbowl street.
There was a collision between two lo-
LomotlMs on tho lallroad tit the llutio-
lulu Sugar Co.'s plantation Mondi)
evening. Dan Sanford, one of the en
gineers, was badly binned bj escaping
steam. Tho other engineer had three
The America Marti was to have sailed
from Hongkong September 11 but she
was delated until the 13th on account
of nn exceptionally tierce tjplioon.
She tried to get out on the previous
date but put back when the tjplioon
was seen coming.
Hnwnllan Tribe of Red Men will hold
their first moonlight exiurslon to no
mond Grove on Thursday -veiling of
next week. It Is a long tlnn aim c nn)
town party has visited tint hraultful
plate and the "Injuns will smely have
plenty of company to entTti'.u
Tla re lias been a thango In tho rulei
of the Kamthamjha Alumni Associa
tion, reducing the number necessary to
constitute a quorum, to nine members.
This will make It possible to hii'.c
meetings. Farmer! the number re
quired was about thlity, making It al
most Impossible to get nitctlngs.
'I ho stuck of goods tarried b) Davl 1
Law rente, tho tobacco merchant Is one
that Is excelled In ver few places any
where In the U. S particular!) in In
ported gootis, of which he carries a
large nnd varied assortment. His new
10-icnt cigar, tho Epicure, Is meeting
with uplveisal popularity. He experts
that Its sales will bo as great as hi)
famous Renown S-cent cigar.
Among tho passengers In tho Austr.i-
lid fnr vJnn I Tnliitlttnn narnril it' 11 airn ,
the following: T. II. Richards and,
wnc, .Mrs. u. u. siraimc)cr, .Mrs. H.'r
ger, Mrs. II. C. Austin, C. II. Dasher,
Miss Averdam, Mrs. S. I. Shaw, W.
Fink, J. M. MtChesncy, H. T. Marsh,
F. L. Hooks nnd wife, Capt. Uerger,
J. 0. Rothwell, Col. McDonald and
wife, II. A. Allen, Mrs. Corbett, Col.
and Mrs. De La Vergno, E. M. Do)d am!
wife, and Geo. Rodlck.
Copies of the Itinerary of the Islam
Temple Slirlners' pilgrimage to Hv
wull have been reulvcd. It Is a most
elaborate brochure with heavy cover
printed In toloni and profusely Illus
trated with snap shots on board th?
stfamer and Honolulu nnd llllo plmto
Kr.iplis. Tho frontlsplete Is a grouping
of the pictures of members of tho com
mittee In charge of the pilgrimage.
The text includes descriptions of the
trip with the Interesting admixture of
fun and facts well known to tho
la Our New 1 Ine of i LADIB8 PATENT LEATHER
IrtOurNewLlneof oxpoRD TBS SLppERg
The LATEST LASTS, the BEST makes and a GOOD SHOE.
8ST See our line of CHILDREN'S 8II0ES, none better; a larpe assortment -a
? MclNBRNY SHOE STORE.
The Very Best
are sole Manu
for these desks.
Fine Watch Repairing
by Experienced Watch-Maker . .
... All work guarantied.
M F. LliCAS,
2QS Hotel Street ... P. O. Box joe
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
519 Fort Street'
1 v la n ii na is m te na ic. va vm :. na n fw nn na m ra m m tw 1 m
Yacauun is over
LOCAL AND GENERAL. LOCAL AND GENERAL
A phaeton In first class condition Is
for sale. See For Sale column.
Twenty thousand feet of rustic for
sale cheap. See For Sale column.
A cozy home Is for sale. See McClel
Ian, Pond & Co.'s ad on first page.
H. J. Gallagher returned to Honolu
lu In the Rosamond this morning.
nicely furnished rooms at the Pop
ular House, 154 Fort street, from $1.00
per week up.
Whitney & Marsh are opening up
twenty tons of new goods. Watch out
for some bargains.
In the Police Court this forenoon Ah
Fat was fined $5 and costs on tho
charge of leaving his horse untied in
A Manila correspondent tvrltes the
Bulletin that Louis MoGrew has left
Manila for Taku whero he Is chief clerk
for the Depot Quarfrmaster.
There will be n meeting of the St.
Louis Literary Society nt the usual
place nt 10 o'clock this evening. Every
member is expected to he present.
Republicans Attention !
You have only till Tuesday to
and School has JtSi
No more lunches at home for a time. There are many ways of carrying lunch,
but only one convenient and practical method, and that Is to use the
Patent Folding Lunch Box
This looks like a Cimera and folds Hat vv hen empty vv hlch enables you to
strap It together vv Ith yojr books, or put It In our pocket,
rheyare WATEKPROOF and the
Price Is 25 cents euch
Sse them displayed In our front window
W. W Dimond & Co; Ltd;
OF Crockery, Glass and House Furnishing Goods.
HONOLULU 8TOCK HXCHANCB
Honolulu, October 3, 1930.
Territory of Hawaii
Detroit Jewel Stoves,
Puritan Wickless Blue Flame Stoves,
Double Ovated Granite l-on Ware,
NAME OF STOCK
C. Orttr & Company
Amtrlcan Sugar Co ...
6wa Plantation Co
Hamoa Plantation Cn
Hawaiian (.ont at bu (o
Hawaiian Sugar Co
llonomu Sugar Co
Honokaa Sugar Co
naiKU supar 1.0
Kahuku Plantation Co
Karnalo Sug Co Lti a
Kamalo Sug Co. rj up
Klh.l P.ColtJ pa up
Kit atiulu Sugar Co ..
Koloa Sugar Co , ..
Kona Suaar Co . at
Maunalel Sugar Co at)
maunaiti tu 1.0 vi up
McllryltSuCo Li at
" " ' pi up
NaMWu Sue Co Ltlat
.. .. .. pjurJ
Onomta Supar Co
Onkala Sugar Plan Co.
Ulaa u Co.LtJ , til
Olaa SuCoLtJ.pl up I
Paauhau Su Plan Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Plantation Co ,
repftkeo Sugar Co
WalaluaAgr Co, at)
. aianar v.omrany
Wjilluku Sueir Co
Wtlmtnalo Sujtir Co
n-univa mm q
WllJr S(Jmih!n Tn
Intr-i-liUni SiomN Co
HawaHan I lectric Co
Hon Steim LiunJry
Mutual T Irphnn Co
MakahaCoffttCo Li r4
I'topit t ce k k r e u
Hawaiian Gov 6 per cent
Hawaiian Gov jrtrcent
Hilo H R Co 6 percent
Ewa I'lanial n 6 ptt cent
Kahuku riant 6rrcrnt
uanu K Lan4 Co pr c
t JO 00c
1 60,00c I
1.0 IT, 500
I fop ooc
f ,500 ooc
t ,000 OOL
The largest circulation In the Islands ? The quality and flavor Is recog
nized as the best, and cannot be excelled by any other brand.
For sale at every retail store, or by
Sales 5 Walalua A, Jioc.
Amonii the JapnncHc.
C, Shlojavvj, proprietor of the II i
wali Shlmpo (llauallan Kcvvg) return
ed from Japan In the America Marti
)cnleida after n pleasant vacation ol
several months at his old home in
'I ho first mtctliiR of the Japanoir
committee nppolnttd to Investigate th
fire claims will he held at the Japtnese.
Consulate nt T o'clock this evcnlnc
I'ort Japanese Imvo lieen appnlnted
on tills committee liy Consul Halto. It
w ill he the duty of these men to make a
thorough canvass of the Juptuese who
were affected Ity the fires nnd to jr
IKirt nt stated meetings. V. Soga, 1C.
Ono nnd S. SuzuM tiro thn hend m?r.
of tho committee.
We are showing
the largest assortment of
The Upolu from Hawaii ports this
mornlngbrought 25 bags of coffee and
a quantity of koa wood,
In tho Police Court this forenoon
Antone Mello was found not guilty of
desertion and discharged.
Registration rolls are open only
The Challenger was turned over to
her new owners. Hind, Rolph & Co ,
this morning. She will sail In ballast
for the Sound this afternoon.
Tho W. 0. Irwin has finished dis
charging at the Irmgard wharf. She
arrived Saturday morning last und be.
Ban discharging In the afternoo.i,
showing thnt good work has been done.
Denson, Smith & Co. hnvo again had
a penal Biimmons Issued against them
on the chnrgo of violating Section 702
of the Penal Laws, which Is the selllni:
of alcohol without a license. Iho enso
wus called In the Police Court this
morning but was put over to anothfr
date. It Is believed that Ilenson,
Smith A. Co, mean to carry the caso
higher to test the law.
We have ever handled at prices that cannot be repeated, as the present Duty on these lines is prohibitive. They comprise
Tapestry, Axminster, Kidderminster, Velvet Pile, Kingswood, Dag Dag, and Body Brussels
in center, Sofa and Door Mats, Hall and Stair Carpet in Tapestry, Velvet Pile and Body
Brussels in great variety -
Japanese Jute Rugs, Straw Mats and Matting
Linoleum Oilcloth, Cocoa Fibre Matting, Door Mats,
always on hand at
E. W. Jordan,
No. 10 "Fort Street.