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THF EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1900.
If you want . . DELICIOUS
Hardware, Crockery, Glavare,
PalntSjOilJ and Varnishes, Electro
liers, Chandeliers, Lamp and Lamp
House Furnishing Qoods,
Silver Plated Ware, Cutlery,. Pocket
Knives, Wade and Butchers' Razors.
Rubber Hcse. either plain or wire
bound, Manila or Sisal rope. Lawn
Mowers, Lawn Sprinklers, High-grass
Cutters, Etc. Etc.
Plantation Supplies or
BUY THEM FROM
1 ho wo nan h-jpmvq
11111 11 nil 11
I UllllUllUU UUIU
v.A J Fort St., opposite Spreckels
NOW at OLD FISHMARKET WHARF
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,
fur a ntw Atrerlcan
Tonnage 180 net
Lumber Capacity- 230
Inquire on B)ard.
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
oO CEXTS EACH
On sale at office of . . .
THE . . .
New Style X KINGSBURY
ONLY A FEW IEIT
lnvtitlsatethli. ecan aou money.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
lltivo your horses clipped at llono-
lululu Stock Yards Co., Ltd.
The Oencrat Palrchlld will probably
si'll for the 3ound tlila afternoon.
Mystic I.odgo No. 2, K. of 1. meets
tonight In Castle Hall, fort street.
Tho transport Justin salted from San
franclsco for Ouam on the 1st Inst.
K. P. Alkue has filed his oath as Dis
trict Magistrate for Koolaupoko, O.ilU.
The Amy Turner will come to Hono
lulu to, load sugar. She Is now in IlllJ.
Camara & Co. can now be found on
Alakea street between King and Mer
chant. Attention of members of U. It. K. of
P. Is called to a meeting notice on page
- China cup and saucer comes with
every 6-tb tin of Turco coffee. Auk
ycur dealer for It.
Captain Thompson was again able to
take out the W. 0. Hall yesterday. He
has been under tho weather for some
riio schooner Meihn Nelson, uhUh
arrhod In Tacoma from llonolu! t,
September 24, will take lumber to S.u;
Don't fall to sec tho big minstrel
show at the Orpheum tonight. Talent
frcm the transport will furnish the cu
tcitnlnment. The Hawaiian Shoe and Leather Co.,
Ltd.. Is a new c6mpany to be estab
lished for the manufacture of shoes In
II( t'blulu. All interested In the scheme
nv requested to meet in the office of
W. It, Castle Saturday forenoon.
Wong Kwnl, formerly Chinese vie
consul, registered as a voter ta.t
night. He'ls 02 years old, has been In
the Hawaiian Islands 45 years, was
naturalized n Hawaiian subject 18 5 ears
ago and can read und write English,
Now that you hno returned from
your vacation you should have your
piano tuned. We will send'out expert
In this line at reasonable prices who
will put our piano In first class order,
Tilt llergstrom Music Co., Fort street,
Iilstrlct Attorney Ualrd had his (aie
badly cut yesterday In 11 collision with
rt Chinese hack at the corner of Ala
l:oa and King streets. Mr. Ualrd was
on his bicycle, Tho accident was tlis
fjiult of the Chinaman who was nut
looking where he was going.
i or nv . in, i i LADIES PATENT LEATHER
lnOurNewLine0ft OXFORD TIBS oncl SLIPPERS
The LATEST LASTS, the BEST makes and a GOOD SHOE.
tar See our line of CHILDREN'S SHOES, none better; a large assortment So,
MclNERNY SHOE STORE.
STANLEY SHIRT WAISTS
2000 Waists brought at the end of the Season
at end of Season Prices, going at . , .
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
cicely furnished rooms at the Pop
ular House, 164 Fort street, from 11.00
per week up. ,
The Grand Prix
(Th. Diploma ot Honor
H!ght poultll aari.)
WAS WON BY
The Smith Premier
K -.' -i .. X.
THIS awaiJ, miJ ty in Intfrnatlotial Jury ol twtntyfive mrmbm.wai
1 at a ratlnfr, onro'nts, Higher than any nl itir- othtr lntv typewriter
In crTttltl"-. an J q jotln from the Jury, r.rort wai glvan "lor genual
iu;rlorlty of eonitructlcn an! efficiency at, t; higher! rating,
The Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
S tactile N. Y.. U.S.A.
The Remington secured a cold
Medal as a Second Prize.
, Mr HtrtrunT..MM!. who It an expert net.
iZ (ptiltcr ttptrer, ha tk n full ,trpt
.t thi tratwhn'tht huln WeartrfJ'
Ji el' i)woUt om n Smhh Premier machfn'
,5 o'ts'lmatt n ttpir work on nyda )f
ig OrtHrltef. Wk ful'y KuarantciJ
$ r SeconJ-hani mathlre taken in m-
' ritlfk l No ani No 4 machine
'I constantly on lianJ, and general kurpllej
S MACHINES RENTED.
C. W. Macfarlane,
Sizes 32 to 42. .
HERO OF TIEN TSIN
Captain Henr' LeonarJ, the brave Am
erican officer who has won lilmtlf the
name of "The Hero of Tien T?ln," Is a
through passtngei In the City of Pek'nc.
It will be remembered that, during the
siege of that place, Leonard rushed out
In the midst of the tire of the enemy and
rescued a wounded soldier, It
tiring with him to the rear. Hy tills gal
lant act. lie lost an arm. A bullet struck
and shattered this member so that ampu
tation was necessary.
JCcw Havc-n, Conn., Oct, 2. Very
rcmly complete returns from the llt'le
'.own ekctlons of yesteu'.ay thow .1
net Hepulilleun losx ol tcven touiM.
Of the 1C2 towns all hut two have been
l.iMril from. They stand Itepubllcan,
lib; Democratic, I". Tho two mlsslnB
towns, Cnntcrbury anil KllllnKsworth,
In 1SSI', Hire Itepiibllcau and Demo
rr.itlc respectively. CotiutliiK theeo
t.vo towns ns they stood last year, com
plete returns for this year would Ktanrt:
Keiiubllcnn, 113 towns; Democrats, 4.",
an against 125 Itepubllcnn and U" Dent
ncrnte In 1899.
The elections resulted In n Kaln fn
po license, tho towns now itunillne li
cense, 72; nn license, 'JO, us iiKiilnst II
reuse, 73; no license, 89 In 1S99.
A fortunate purchaser and our policy of such
returns and small profut makes this Sale
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
The Very Best
are sole Manu
for these desks.
HONOLULU STOCK BXCHANGB
Honolulu October 10, iott.
NAME OF STOCK
C. Brewer & Company
American Sugar Co....
Ewa Plantation Co ..
Himoi I'lintitlnn Co
Hawaiian -om & Su Co
Hawaiian Sugar Co j
Honomu Suear Co
Hinokia Sugar Co
Haiku Su.?ar Co
Kaliuku Planfitlnn Co.
Kamalouc Co Lti a
Kamalo Sug Co. rup
Kihtl l Co.LtJ ri up
Klahulu Sucr Co .,
Koloa Suear Co . . ,
Kona Sugar Co , at
Maunatcl Nugar Co.at
Maunall Su Co.pJ up
" " " P P
wanu 3itjr i-o .
Onomca Sugar Co. .. .
0kala Sugar (Man Co
OlaaSu. Co , LtJ.. as
Paauftau Su, (Man. Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Plantation Co ...
Ppeko Sugar Co
Walalua Apr Cn.. at I
Walanat Company ....
Pal J up "5
1 ,000.000 j loo
I 1 0W1,000
i a 50,0-0
JOC, OOO j
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 purlty.Therc. jst nothing superior to
befound. " - . .. -
FOR - SALE - BY - ALL - DEALERS
Concept at Knmclinmcha.
The Amateur Orchestra covered It
sl( with glory at Kamehameha last
eycnlrs. ,Aie musical treat to the girls
and buys was given In the gymnasium.
Tlictn were over SOO present. Every (
Iiu:uLer given uy inw uruneaiiu w.io
I.eaitlly npplaiiaed. Following was
Ourture The Oypsy queen
Danse The- Lambs' Gambol
.... .". Bendlx
Song I Love Thee.
.Mr, Charles King.
Mr. Charles D. Lullcln.
Oieratlc Selection Tho Isle .....
nizzieato Oavotte Lataur
Amateur Orchestta. ,
folic Swlnjlug on the ainpe
Mrs. A. II. Otis.
Gavotte Dance ot tho Daisies .,
Match Rough Rulers Casey
Choi us Do True.
Knmehnmeha Gleo Club,
An Hawaiian fruit ilrlnlt!!! Mali
(Myyali.) Ice cream soda served freh
each day at Benton, Smith & Co.'s tvi
Fort and Hotel.
About German Trantiportii.
San Francisco, Sep'. 25. A number of
the horses that left here on the German
transpo t Samoa for China Saturday were
klllleJ during a storm which the vessel
encountered the followlne day.
The Samea tune bakU iat night, and
Captain Hudson reported tint the steimer
passeJ through a hurricane Sunday. The
electr'c alr-pumrlnK plant broke Jow n,and
there was not proper ventilation In sone
parts of the hold 'as a result of the acci
dent. The lack of the fresli a'r, combined
with the sevce rolling of the siejmer. re
su ted In the death of stveral horses,
Captain Hudson decided to put tuck I"
con rtr renaus.
The Samoa Is anchored In the stream,
and at the oltice of W. It. CI race. ' Co. to
day It was stated that tht accident t) the
plant was not serious, It Is ex ecteJ that
the steimtr will rtsume her voyage this
evening. 1 heie are avcr.800 horses on the
I lie uennan iranspoit iNi.uiDtu is
scheduled tu sill I iiurJ:iv tor laltii with
4b3 horses. It U expected that the Alesla
will get awjy Monday. She.wlli take 583
h rsr for the iwe of the CiSrmaty forces 'ti
Belglum'H I'rlnse .larrlcl,
Munich, Oct S. I'tltice Albert ot
Ilcli'lum, heir apparent to the tlirouo rf
that country, was mnrtled today to tht
Princess Kltzahuth of llavarla, Tito
cH II ceiemony took place In tho
thicnc room anil was foKowcd by n re
llslons setlco In tho Chapel liny),
after which thero was a reception,
BAGaAGU FROM HONOLULU.
Washington, Srpt. 27, Acting urou
representations made by Special Agent J,
I). Power, stationed at San Francisco, the
rie.tsury Department has ordered the Col
lector of Customs at Honolulu, after the
examination of baggage o' through pas
sengers en route to PaJlk Coast pirt and
stopping off at Honolulu, to i.ord and teal
aih piece ot examined baggage. Hereto
f" e an offulal stamp cert f Ing to an i.
ainlnatl.nwasallth.it wareiulrtd, Puwe"
repjrled that such a reijulieinent was not
s :lhclent for the protection of the reenue.
Vacation is over
and School has
Ka ra te Pa ta 1Q Ka ) Pa Rj r-a ni ::ra Pa Ba r l Pa Pa Pa to Pa Poj Ka lu
No more lunches at home for a time. T here are many ways of carrying lunch,
but only one convenient and practical method, and that Is to use the
Ptitent Folding Lunch Box
This looks like a Camera and folds flat when etnpt v which enables you to
strap It together w Itli your books, or put It In our packet,
rheyare WA1EUPROOI-" and the
Price is 2o cents each .
Sse them displayed In our front window
W. We Dimond & Co; Ltd; b
IMPORTERS OF Crockery, Glass and House Furnishing Goods,
AGENTS Territory of Hawall-
Dettolt Jewel Stoves,
Puritan Wlckless Blue Flame Stoves,
Double Ovated Granite l-on Ware,
Walluku Sugar Co
Walm.a Mill Co ...
WMJ.r St.am.hli Co
inwitianj M.ain n uo
Hawaiian l l.ctrlc Co
lion Steam Launlrv...
.Mutual l(lir,n,U .
Oahu My h Lani Co
Ptorla'a In fc H le O
Hawaiian C'jv fir.rr.n
na i i-o.r rav anr
llilo U U.Cit. 6 tvr r.ni
Ewl IMantatn tfttttti
KanuKU I'lani 0
Oatiu l( & Lani
io. rr (
pa Pa Pa P4 Pa Pji Pa Pn Ha P5 Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa
Nnpnsnkl, Sept. 19. Tho Norwegian
steamer Cnlnud.i nml tho Jnpnness
ttcamer Iso Muni aio reported to havo
Bunk Uut Crew Hnvcd.
Milladelphla, Oct. 2. The IlrltU'i
bteniiishlp Kaglo Point, Captnln Howl-
son, from I.onlstou for Plilhulvlphm,
Sales 20 Walalua, a , Jyy.co; 25 0)k.
la, 5l0.o; 250 Olaa, a J2.C0; 50 Oba a,
f:.oc; 300 Olaa, a., ii.oo; to Ookalv
Elder Kentley Dead,
Oakland, Sept. 2S. The Rev. Robert
i:. I'.cntlcy. Presiding Ulilcr of the Oak
land Conference ,nnd one of the mil',
widely known clcrcjincn of the Meth-
odlut HplM-opal faith in America, illc!
sudiUnly at his residence In Uerkclcy
today. I'or many ears the noted di
vine Iiob surfrred from heart trotilik-,
ai.il for the past three days lie ha J
complained of feeling badly, but neith
er friends nor ninth ca Imaglnttl that
ilri.th was near. Last night, howevrr.
tlior- riiiiif n thangc, and he failed
n'.idiinlly until the passing.
been In colllsloir off Iwoalilmu. Tho I w"lc, I"1" tllc l'-inro Ureal.
..,., , , ...,.. .1 . ,. wutcr today, icnorts that ut 1 o'clm-k
VJt.lllUtl ilO BII1IK UIIII lUll-tHl' Ul llVt . Ill, , 111
, i-biytm uiuiMiiifi nuu Luiiiiicil nun
the llrltltili steamer Illcla, from Niv
Yoils, September .".Oth, for Manclirst.-i-,
England, nud that the latter wm.1
passengers and crew weri drowned.
th Isc Mat 11 put In ut Iwoshlmn.
Tin Calandn was 11 vessel of SC tons
rohlstcr. Shu was hist leportet! as
laving nnlved at Nngasnkl August Stn
fr ira Kure.
'I hero wus no quorum for the month
ly meeting of the Chamber of Com-
1 itrne and It goes oier for .1 month ex-
ctii in en ho or a special can.
canli. Tho captain l the t:.iglo Point
It poits that all hnuils wem .t.iken ulT
the Illclu hefiiro she sunk and will 111
hi ought hero. . ,
I'hey say tho Santa Rosa Pahalloros
. 1I11 best r.-ceut cigar In town. Try
It at Honolulu Drug Co.
Tho schooner Robert Lowers sal!d
1 (rum Poit (lumblo, October 1, with n
fi'l c.irgo of lumber for this port.
H will refund
six tno money
irttSfcfiS 3. tooui-e.
We are showing
the largest assortment of
We have ever handled at prices that cannot be repeated, as the present Duty on these lines is prohibitive. They comprise
Tapestrv, Axminster, Kidderminster, Velvet Pile, Kingswood, Dag Dag, and Body Brussels
in center, Sofa and Door Atats, Hall and Stair Cat pet in Tapestrv, Velvet Pile and Body 5 ( t
Brussels in great variety N ' ,
Japanese Jute Rugs, Straw Mats and Matting1
Linoleum Oilcloth, Cocoa Fibre Matting, Door Mats,
always on hand at
E. W. Jordan
No. 10 ort Street.
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