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THF EVENINQ BULLETIN; HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, OCTOBER n, 1990.
If you want .
Hardware, Crockery, Glasvare,
PalntSjOils and Varnishes Electro
liers, Chandeliers, Lamps and Lamp
House Furnishing (foods,
Sliver Plated Ware, Cutlery, Pocket
Knives, Wade and Butchers1 Razors.
Rubber Hose, either plain of 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 Bink.
Ceylon and Maraicabo
and PRALINES ....
HAND DIPPED FRENCH
FRENCH BOSS, Etc.
NOW at OLD FISHMARKET WHARF
Our goods are made FRESH
every day and cost about HALF the
price of Stale Imported Goods.
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
J. Oswald Lutkd,
for new Amcrlcin
Inquire on B)ard.
Set of 5 mope, $2.00
60 CEXTS EACH
On sale at office of . . .
THE . . .
H aft llmHHWi 1 W
IH TJ p.it-
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Honolulu Commander)- No. 1, K. T.(
llurnette & Decker have bargains In
real estate, etc. See ad.
M. l Prossor arrived from Kauul
In the James Mnkee toda).
The W. H. Olmoml will probably sail
for San Francisco this aftetrnoon.
The Y. M. C. A. evening gymnasium
class begins Tuesday evening next.
Camara & Co. can now be found on
Alakea street between King and Mer
chant. A card of thanks from th? family of
the late Mrs. Auld appears under Now
H. Hackfeld & Co. have Just received
a 'fine line of roll top writing desks.
Ah Lin was fined $5 and costs this
forenoon on the charge of riding a bi
cycle without a light.
Letters for J. E. D., J. D. and W. D.
In answer to Want ads are awaiting
their owners at this office.
llurnette & Decker have the cheapest
bargains on the market. Seekers of
good homes can do no better.
II. J. Nolle was at San Jose when
he last wrote, and laconically describ
ed his condition as "all right."
The Hancock had a hard time set
ting away this forenoon. It was found
that she had stuck In the mud.
The I'eklng was to have got away
this noon but this wag found to be Im
possible to do. She will sail at 5 V ru.
Hindquarters for Washburn manib
lini and guitars will be found at The
lleigstrom Music Co. It Is no trouble
t3 show these goods. Call and sec us
or write for catalogue.
All members who arc Interested In
New Style X KINGSBURY
ONLY A FEW LEFT
, v .. , j LADIES PATENT LEATHER
InOurNewLlneof oxpoRD T,BS and SLppERS
The LATEST LASTS, the BEST makes and a GOOD SHOE.
8s3T See our line of CHILDREN'S SHOES, none better; a large assottment -&l
-MclNERNY SHOE STORE.
Invcsllcatt lhl, wt can uvi you money.
Wall. Nichols Co., Ltd
nicely furnished rooms at the Pop
ular House, 154 Fort street, from $1.0'
per week up.
The Grand Prix
Rrh. Dttlorra of Honor
lEtml ceIM awarl )
WAS WON BY
The Smith Premier
I HIS !, mJ y an Inurnatlonal Jury ol twantyfiva meratfra,a
at t.tlnr, on tom-l, Wentr than mv ol th. othtr t.nty lyr.rlt.r.
In cwnctllln. anJ quot'lg Irom th Jury't rport ai Rlvan "lor general
luperlorlty ol conttructlon ani fficlacyi-at tn. hlzhest rating.
The Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
sracj N. r.
will please attend the special rucetlns STANLEY SHIRT rVA.ISTS
to be held Saturday the 13th Inst at .j...K......4.......t.......x.....:...!........-a,
10 a. m. In St. Andrew's I'rlory. 1
N. S. Sachs & Co. have purchased the I "2000 Waists brought at tile end of the Season
entire stock of Schweltzor & Co.. the at end of Season Prices, going at . , .
nnoicsnie importers at -j cents on tun 1
dollar. They are preparing for a big
aalo next week of these goods, l"ok out
The Very Best
are sole Manu
for these desks.
Are Right !t
HONOLULU STOCK KXCHANGB
Honolulu, October ti, 1973.
NAME OF STOCK
Capital i-, B,
Pall up fS
The Remington secured a gold
I Medal as a Second Prize.
J Mr He-mam Mlelh oho l an experience
V tir.urlt.-r t.r.lr.r lin talon full .hare, ot
.? th i tran.hc tie toln We are reaaV I..
v Slveqjolaton.on Snlih Premier machine
'1 orvtt!mai on repair work on any die ol
Jy t)rerher Wo'k fully euaranlerJ
W tr Srconl-hanJ machines taken In e-
t rf Stjck (I No ini No 4 machlnrs
conitaotl) onhanJ.anJ general uppllee
S MACHINES RENTED.
I C. W. Macfarlane,
S? SOLE AGENT.
Pure Beer Is a perfect food. The public
should beware of cheap and poor beers and
Insist on having the Pure Genuine. Artie!.-;.
Rainier Beer represents the standard of
highest purltyThejreJsjiothlng. superior to
be found.?"" - -
FOR SALE - BY - ALL - DEALERS
for their ad.
Robert Walalcalu Is to leave for Ka
uai In the James Makcc this afternoon,
Upon his arrival on the Garden UU
he Is to be arrested on the charge of
embezzlement. The warrant has been
sent down ahead of him.
Two ladles came very near having
trouble on Port street outside of SachV
store this forenoon. Had they not spen
n policeman standing near by thsro
might have been a display of hair. The
trouble was over family affairs. I
Entries for tho Y. M. C. A. athletic
contest closed yesterday afternoon.
Thero tire tl entries which Includo tin
best athletes of tho city and assures T
sharp contest v,lth good records at the
meet to be held Saturday at 2 p. m.
on the I'unahou grounds.
Sam Kum, Ton Chin and tat Chev,
the three Una Chinamen arrested yes
terday by Deputy Sheriff Chilling
wurth,nppcarcd In the Police Court this
morning. Their ease wns set for to
morrow. The Chinaman will retain
counsel and light the case.
Chris Taikclsen and II. Malnlaul,
two sailors, nerc arrested In the houso
of Ilaualakamu (n) und I.ul In Kit-
kaako last night, the charge being tlu
disturbance of tho quiet of the night.
The natUes were also arrested on tha
same charge. The quartet were fine I
(5 and costs each.
D. G. Camarlnos wns dlsapolnted In
the non-nrrlval of a large order of
fresh goods In thel'eklng for the Cali
fornia I'rult Market. Ills agent wrote
that he applied for the space when the
I'eklng reached Sun Krnnclseo and was
told it wns too son, but when h?
wanted to put the goods abonrd ho was
told there was no space left In th
Sizes 32 to 42.
A fortunate purchaser and our po'icy of such
returns and small profiit makes this Sale
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
-519 Fort Street : Telephone 43G
C. Brewer h Company.
American Sugar Co....
Ewa Plantation Co
Hawaiian uom su uo, t,it,?p '.
1,000 COO "
Hawaiian Suear Co
rionomu supar 1-0
Haiku Suar Co ,
Kahuku I'landtlon Co
Kamato Sue Cn Lid
Kamam sue -o, pjup
Klhel Plant Co .LtJ.at
Klhel P.Cn.LtJ .pi up
Kljahutu Sujfar Co...,
Koloa Sugar Co .. ,
Kona Suear Co , a
Maunalel Suer Co.ai
Maunatel Su Co pi up
. , S UP
uanu sugar 11,
Onomei Suear Co ....
OtkiU Suear Plan Co.
Olaa Su. Co.Lti ,
Olowalu Com r any. . ,
Paauhau Su. Plan. Co
Pacific Suear Mil!
Pala Plantation Co 750.000
repecKo suear v.o . 750.00c
Pioneer Mill Co ... .1 t.ijo.oor
waiaiua Aer. 1.0 . at 1 1 ,400.00c
WalaluaAer.Co, p4 up 1 1 1,504,000
waianat Company . , 100 000
Walluku Suear Co
Vacation is over
and School has
No mors lunches at home for a time. There are many ways of carrying lunch,
Din oniy one convenient ami practical incinou, anj mat is 10 use tne
Pntent Folding Lunch Box
This looks like a Camera and folds flat when empty which enables you to
strap It together with your books, or put It In our pecket.
They are WATERPROOF and the
Price is 25 cents each
Sse them displayed In our front window
W. W. Dimond & Co; Ltd;
IMPORTERS OF Crockery, Glass and House Furnishing GooJs.
SOLE AGENTS Territory of Hawaii
Detroit Jewel Stoves,
Pmitan Wlcldess Blue Flame Stoves,
Double OvateJ Granite l-on Ware,
Walmanalo Suear Co
Walmea Mill Co
Wllir StMrnihln Cn
Inter-I1an4 Steam N Co'
Hawaiian t ectr c i.o
Hon. Steam LaunJry.
n.Kn U Mi I rT--.
reopie ret A Hie
Hawaiian Gov 6 per cent
Hawaiian Gov 3 per cent
MAW I FAHMViUP.rr
Hito R R, Co. 6 per cent
Lwa Plantat n 6 per cen
Kahukj Plant 6 rer cent
uahu K fit Lana Co. pr c
THE POPB APPRCVB8.
London, Oct. 1. Archhlahop Ireland,
who has arrived here from Rome on his
way to the United States, In an Inter
view to day Is quoted as saying:
"In one of the audiences which he
granted me, the Pope said: 'Wo are
well pleased with the relations of the
American Government to the church In
Cuba and the Philippines. The Ameri
can Government gives proof of good
will and exhibits a spirit of Justice and
respect for the liberty and rights of
the church. You will than kin my name
the President of the Republic for" what
1b being done.'
"When I repeated to Cardinal Itnm
polla (the Papal Secietary of State). my
interview with the Pope, the Cardinal
iifMnreil such statements were what
ho personally believed and knew to bo
true, and that I was at liberty to re
peat them to the American people,
rurthermore, Cardinal nnmpnlla said
that on no less than three different oc
casions petitions had been sent to the
Vatican, In the name of tho Filipino
leaders, asking that dhect olllcinl id
turn's be opened between them und
the Vatican, but the Vatican hadal
ways refused to listen to such petitions
out of consideration for tho American
Government." MXl.tLX.A ii '.
HARRY MACFARLANE ENGAGED.
The Examiner of Oct. 2 says:
Miss Polly Dunn, one of the most M
tractive of our society young ladli'3,
yesterday announced to her Intlmato
friends her engagement to Harry Mac
farlane of Honolulu, and the report
circulated rapidly among the teas and
other functions where the exclusive so;
Miss Dunn Is the youngest daughter
of James Dunn of the American Dlsuult
Company, and the family home Is on
Hyde street, near Clay. She Is a noted
beauty nnd her engaging manner hai
made her beloved by all her frlendj.
She has traveled extensively, Is high
ly accomplished nnd nu excellent musi
cian, being considered ono of the Iimi
amateur mandolin players In tho elf.
Her sister married Henry Poster I)u--ton
Mr. Macfarlane Is n siipar planter In
the Hawaiian Islands, In business with
his father, Henry Mncfailane. Ho If
also Interested In tho Kimball Steam
ship Company and l n nephew nTCul.
George Macfarlune and Kdward Mac
farlane. No dato has hern fixed upon for tho
wedding, but it will probably tal;
place this winter.
Clilnckc Wo in n ii l-lnetl.
Hnu.tli.Ah Kin appeared In tho Po
lice Cum t this forenoon on the chnigo
of selling liquor without n llcentc. Ilr
iittoiney, Mr. Chlllliigworth, explained
that he had examined Into f?io facts of
the cite mid li.nl ndvlncd his client to
plead guilty. This she. did and n duo uf
$100 and touts was imposed.
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Sale-5 Walalua, a . f ioc.ocj 53 Ewi,
f 27.00; 25 Walalua, a., f 103.00: 25 Wala
lua, a., f 1 00.00; 10 OjIiu, J 142. 50; z.
Oaliu, 5142.50; 5 Walalui, a., Jioo.cc
Chicago, Oct. 1. Democratic nation
al headquarters has given out the tlm
olllcinl torecast of tho coming election.
J. G. Johnson of Kansas, Chairman cf
the National Executive Committee did
the figuring nnd nnnouiued this in
sult: Electoral I tiles claimed for Bry
an, 320: ilectoral votes for McKlnler,
91; ilectoral votes In doubt, 33.
The Stales conceded to McKlnlrjr
aro Oregon, Iowa, Pennsylvania, Wist
Virginia and the N:w nngland State.
In the doubtful tolumu Is put Michi
gan, Mlnnesotn nnd New Jersey.
Everything else of for Drynn.
:GESSLRSs will refund
: MAGHC I the money
'YiimXMl If they fan
!i WAFERS S. to cure.
I'Hw 1 "nta.
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
Tapestry, Axminster, Kidderminster, Velvet Pile, Kingswood, Dag Dag, and Body Brussels ,
in center,. Sofa and Door Mats, Hall and Stair Carpet in Tapestrv, Velvet Pile and Body
Brussels in great variety
Japanese Jute Rugs, Straw Mats and Matting
Linoleum Oilcloth, Cocoa Fibre Matting, Door Muts,
always on hand at
E. W. Jordan,
No. 10 ort Street
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