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THF EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1900.
you want . .
Hardware, Crockery, Glassware,
Paints, Oils anJ Varnishes, Electro
liers, ChanJellers, Lamps and Lamp
House Furnishing (foods,
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.
ffiiS Plantation Supplies
(& .? Agricultural Implc
H w THEM FROM
Fort St., opposite Spreckels Bmk.
Ceylon and Maralcabo
and PRALINES '. . .'.
HAND DIPPED FRENCH
FRENCH BOSS, Etc.
NOW at OLD FISHMARKET WHARF
Tonnage 180 net
Lumber Capacity - 280
oifiT Inquire on board ao
SUGAR CO., LTD.
The Sixth Assessment of one dollar per
share on the assessable stock of the Mai.
nalel Sugar Company was due September
5, 1900, andJsinow subject to a penalty
of 1 per cent re' month..
The Seventh Assessment of one dollar
per share Is now due and payable to the
undersigned. . ..
Trcn. Maunalel Suear Co.. Ltd,
Honolulu, Oct. 5. 1900- i65jwi
Our goods are made FRESH
every day and cost about HALF the
price of Stale Imported Goods.
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY,
J. Oswald Lutted, Hnt.i r
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
The Mlkahala reports the Helene dls
charging at Paauhau.
Camara & Co. can now be found on
Alakea street between King and Mer
chant. Notice to creditors of the Estate of
Joar.uln da, Motta appears under New
nicely furnished rooms at the Pop
ular House, 164 Fort street, from $1.00
per week up.
The usual morning and evening ser
vices at the Christian church will be
conducted by the pastor.
Music at Walklkl Inn;
1 he Automobile Co. wants thirty To
llable men for hnckmen. See ad Iti
Want column on page if.
The Mlkahala reports the following
sugar left at llamakua. II. A. Co., 371;;
A. H. Co., 1000; II. S. Co., too and P. S.
Captain Wayland of the Amy Turner
nrrlvcd In the Ktnnu this afternoon. Ho
will go back In the next trip of that
The Democratic Territorial conven
tion will be held Oct. 8th In (lie Ot
rbrum Theater Honolulu. See ad un
der New Today.
Wis ttxHH rf
New Style X KINGSBURY
ONLY A FEW LEFT
InvMtlgatt this, "" can uvi ou money.
Wall, Nichols Co,, Ltd.
In Our New Line of
LADIR8 PATENT LEATHER
OXFORD TIBS and SLIPPERS
The LATEST LASTS, the BEST makes and a GOOD SHOE.
tar See our line of CHILDREN'S 8H0E8, none better; a large assortment -a
MclNBRNY SHOE STORE.
REGISTRATION ROLLS ARE NOW
OPEN IN HONOLULU IT IS THU
DUTY OF EVERY KEPUBLICAN TO
REGISTER AT ONCE
The Grand Prix
Tnt Diploma ol Honor
WAS WON UY
The Smith Premier
THIS awarJ, male by an Intwnat'onal Jury ol twantyrlva mmi,wat
at a rating, on points. High, ihip any ol th other twmjMvpwritrt
In ctmrttltii", ani quotlnt Irom tin jury'a ttrort wa Elvan "lor ucnarat
lurtrlorlty ol conltr Jdlon and tf.cleney at h highest rating.
The Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
Sjracuia N Y U.b.A.
s TkWmm FIT 1 I
The Remington secured n gold
i .1IEUHI US il 3LLUIIU I I iG.
7Z tl U.. ttlal u.1.a I h .. tAlttiaA4
lrrlttr rrrlrtr. ha ttktn full tharfttol
this trait ho thtuine Wt are rraJ f
?lt qjotat oni on Snlth Premier machine
n' Yfilmates on repair work on any class ol
jL t)rtrlter work fully juarantet4.
;. KT SeeonJhani machines taken In e
; r"St)(k t No a an4 Nu 4 machine
' constantly on hanJ.and Reneril supplies
C. W. Macfarlane,
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 purltyjThereJs nothing superior to
FOR - SALE,- BY - ALL - DEALERS
Solomon's Quintette Club
Illlly Cornwell, one of the pillars at
the Democratic party, was a passenger
In the Klnati today. He seemed to hare
los: his usual happy smile. Ills coii'i
tejnnci! shotted deep thought.
The Kluau arrived alongside lior
'vl.nrt nt 1 o'clock sharp today. Sh
brought the following: iC2 sheep, 7
hogt, "2 sks corn, 18 sks potatoes, It
ud's hides, 10 cords wood and ICO pks
Come early and avoid the rush.
Tuesday Is the last day for regis
tration, The brlB W. 0. Irwin salle'd for San
I'rnnclsco yesterday afternoon wIMi
only 125 tons of sugar. She arrived
hero September 29 nnd. It can he easi
ly heen, made good time at discharging
nnd loading again. '
I'nllowlng Is tho sugar report for Ha
waii ns furnished by Cortioilore Uft'x-
lcy. Uaupahoehoo, 4000; Ookala, 3o00;
Paauhau, 10,000; Honokaa, C000; Kit
kullin'elt'i 110; I'unaluu, 3U1S; HonuapK,
14 40. Total of 2S.065 bags.
Every Evening from 8 to II
There was a meeting of tho excii-
live committee of the Republican Cl'io
In hcudtiuartcrs last evening. Various
i.l.ina for the campaign were adopted.
I'.crrcsentutleii of the Young Mens
Republican Club were present.
The Bte.imcr whistle blew a falne
nlaim this forenoon and people Imme
diately began to ask central uhat fo.
l?n stenmcr was coming. The green
horn girls at the board got mixed up
ird the consequence was that, Inr
about ,1 half hour, no one could get a
Among the arrivals from Maul and
Hawaii ports In the Ktnnu today whio
the following: J. T. Mulr, V. A. Rob
inson. V. It. Castle, I.. . IVck, Jit.
lM'dlng, V. Johnson, Rev. n. Al, V-'.
thlte, Father Mathlas, Ilev. O. I. Km
ciLon, J. K. S. Williams, Judge J. K.
Icst'iu nntl K. J. Cotton.
Until Saturduy. Oct. 20.
Ux no means nro the fortugneM
Itoc-klng to the Democrotlif Btandard a
has been anticipated by tho Denn
.iars. They nro preserving strict Jl
'once although some of the leaders
:.tve been bold cnougli to say that they
') not bcllee the Democratic paUy
'tin do them any ;ood. Uno l'ortugueso
'il'I today: "Wo hear n good deal of
aikte, talkee' from tho Democrats but
x very little that wo can tie to. Wu
ire assuicd that tho party Is a party of
The Very Best
are sole Manu
facturers A gents
for these desks.
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Pine Watch Repairing
by Experienced Watch-Maker . .
... All work guaranttil.
m P. LUCAS,
20S Hotel Street ... P. O. Box 59c
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
519 Fort Street-
Vacation is over
and School has
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 Camera and folJ tl.it when empty which enables you to
strap It together with your books, or put It In our pocket.
1 hey are WATERPROOF and the
Price Is 25 cents each
Sse them Jlspl.iyeJ In our front window
W. W Dimond & Co; Ltd;
IMPORTERS OFCrockery, Glass and House Furnishing Goods.
SOLE AGENTS Tetrltoryof Hawaii
Detroit Jewel Stoves,
Puritan Wlckless Blue Flame Stoves,
Double Ovated Granite l-on Ware,
A$6,00 BOOK FOR ONLY $2.90:
Magnet's Standitd Horse and Stock Book.
A complete i'iiwi, I
tl encydomdla. o: '
forborfCOWDers. Thli '
boon contalci man;
and edueUI b uma
to honea, cattle
lure. Including tbl
cure of fruit trpea, etc
1.300 ill 0Tl
aUolutelj tie Until
ul moat valoabli
world. It alio con
talna IT avtcial eel
orel piatei. If jot
desire tltla hm, icric
n our ipeciai one:
etiee. S2.90. entl rt
will forward the took
to you. If IS la not
Mil. (actorj', return It
and vex III exchange
It or refund you I
noney. Send for our areclat Hlttlire"i
luotlue the lowert prlcea on bopka, nit. Y.e
au aive ou money. Addma all ordera to
THE WERNER COMPANY,
rtU.hir. and llaiiritturiri. Akron, OblCs
Tfc W ' Ciniaa U ibtrwiMr itlliMt.J-Wlln.
J 1n HvaaaatlTjlBB
Cnjjincep to Hon ital.
Dan Sanfortl, tbo engineer who was
Injured by ecahllng In u railroad tvi
llfilon at Honolulu plantntlon n fc
('aye agowas brought up to the (uccn'
hospital last cvenlnR for treatment.
H'.s burns are very severe mill it will
tnke a long time before ho will bo ithlo
to get around again.
Republicans Attention !
You have only till Tuesday to
li poor man nntl we nee nioro rl'
.ion In their ranks than In those
he Hepubllenn patty."
You have only till Tuesday
Die 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
Mary Wouldn't Go
From Father's Home
George Itoblnson, the crack shot, ap
pealed In the 1'ollee Court this morn
ing, ngalnst Mary Kahalemnntt, hU own
sulcr-ln-law. The chargo was mall
clot" injury and Mary was charged
vlth breaking the door of her own fa
ther's house with n hatchet.
Itoblnson testllled that he had beta
given charge of tho house In Mamu
by Hie father of his wife nnd her sister,
the defendant. Mary and her husband
Aid been living there free of charge,
the- only stipulation being that they
should keep tho housu In good repair
".nil the premises In decent shape. This
UK been utterly failed In, when shin
g:s were sent up to repair the boit.
Mary and her husband refused to do
A. K. Judd. S. 0. Wilder nnd hlmso'I
vent up to the place yesteidny. The
unman was told to vacate but Ue
ujiild not. Then lip nnd Mr. Judd rt
r.i.ivtd her belongings In the vcrntuUh
and ngaln asked Ik r to Mica I c. Still shr
refuted. They then put her out al
though she resisted. The houve wit
ior.ktd up nnd nailed but Mary thought
alio had n right In the house nnd. tak
ing n hatchet, broke In the front dour
and again took possession,
Mary said she had u right In fie
house. It wns her own father's and no
ono had n right to put her out. She
then produced a letter from her father
which showed the Inclination of the
partnt to have her remain in the lions
I harmony could be prescned. A let
ter Ic Mr. Itoblnson from the same
rourro, mentioned Mrs. Itoblnson as the
l-urtun In control. Judge Wilcox cou'.il
rot tec any malicious Injury In the ac
tion of tho woman ns she believed she
had i right In tho house. Defendant
w.ti" dlschaiged. An ejectment VJlI
ulll probably follow.
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Dr. Charles II. Latimer, of St. i:il
beth's asylum, Washington, has bete
commissioned by Hut Government to gp
to the Philippines to study nnd icport
upon tho effect or tho cUmatp of thosr
Islands upon the occidental.
Registration rolls areopen onl)
till Tuesday. " j
NVe are showing
the largest assortment of
Will Mrs. John Crawford, late of West
port, N. 'l kindly call and communicate
with Bishop & Co. ' iu52t3
. u iiia .n m
ANEMIA, POOflKLSd 0? BLOW
LOSS OF COLOUR
by the Lenlla I'tijutl.,
ci an i.ajmnLX
Hu rtl Sir 1 tl4 net Sru
1 Iimi or C. ntfifuu
' Den net lltttln lU rU
Soco brlnfa tack
0i irtics. M4 r l Cklt tad lirvvcUti
WhctVtilei i jo, Kua Ltfayette, Paru
We have ever handled at prices that cannot be repeated, as the present Duty on these lines is prohibitive. They comprise
1 Tapestry, Axminster, Kidderminster, Velvet Pile, Kingswood, Dag Dag, and Body Brussels
in center, Sofa and Door A.ats, Hall and Stair Carpet in Tapestrv, Velvet Pile and Body
Brussels in great variety. . v . .--'
Japanese J.ute Rugs, Straw Mats and Matting
Linoleum Oilcloth, Cocoa Fibre Matting, Door ' Mats"
always on hand at
E. W. Jordan,
No. 10 Fort Street.
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