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iTHF EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., - MONDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1900.
A I. A
i If you want .
The man (hat is content to whis
per down a well,
Ahniit the L'tnH anil nu.-ilifv nf
Hardware, Crockery, Glassware, ' . , , , i '
PalntstOl!s anj Varnishes, Electro-1 gOOdS ItC IMS tO Sell,
&hs:anJe,ler5,UmpsandLampWill never make one-half as
1 As he who climbs a tree and
House Furnishing Goods,
Silver Plated Ware, Cutlery. Pocket
Knives, Wade and Butchers' Razors.
Rubber Hose, either plain or wire
bound, Manila or Sisal rope. Lawn
Moeri, Lawn Sprinklers, High-grass
Cutters, Etc. Etc.
Plantation Supplies or
BUY THEM PROM
Fort St., opposite Spreckels Binkr
LL ABOUT THE NICE
Serves every mornlne and non
In Its cool lanal, and which only '-a first
cla. Bakery could afford to furnish at the
price. Rooms resttved for ladles.
We make up lunches, also cold sliced
ham, cheese and sirdlne sindwlches, In
any quantities, for basket picnics.
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY,
J. Oswald Lutted, H t , st
Ring up 'Phone 74.
Curtis P Iaukea, manager of the
Walalua hotel, and his able helpmeet,
Mrs Iaukea, aro very much missed at
llalelwa and It Is the wish of all who.
have been In the habit of visiting the
place that they will soon return bo that
the old lines may be resumed. Ahuna,
the young clerk who Is riming affairs
during the absence of the Iaukeas Is
a mere boy and his management Is very
faulty In many respects. Whereas,
people have been In the habit of meet
ing with the corteous treatment of Mr.
Iaukea, they nro now subjected to
something very close to insult.
Heretofore, people were In the habit
of getting a breakfast before taking
the C o'clock train anil now boiled eggs,
n cup of coffee and some toast is all
that one can expect. There are many
otheFpolnts that could be brought up.
For Instaneejtherewasonecue In the
billiard hall Saturday night and this
morning Mr. Ahuna had to be called out
of bed in order that guests leaving the
hotel might be allowed the privilege of
paying their reckoning.
It is a noteworthy fact that the
guests 'at the hotel have fallen off
gTtatly since Mr. Iaukea went away.
for a new American
New Style X KINGSBURY
ONLY A FEW IEFT
Inf silgate this, we can ae you oWMiey.
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
cicely furnished rooms at the Pop
ular House, 164 Fort street, from $1.00
per week up
The Grand Prix
(The Die torn of Honor
Hlchnt poislMe award )
WAS YtW UI
The Smith Premier
1H1S award, nair by an Inietnjtlonal Jury ol twentyfive metnters,was
at a rating . on point, Higher than any cl the ether twenty yj,rJ,r
In qmttittft anJ quoting from the jury report was given "tor general
superiority of construction and efficiency at it night tl latlog.
The Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
Syracuse r- 1 v . a
I The Remington secured a gold
Medal as a Second Prize.
Mr Hermann Mleth who is an experienced
J? ititifrr imAlttt. fni tilon lull .nartrto
X thi brantho ih butne. We ait read? to
vt give (Notations on bmliti I'remler machine
? or rstlmaus on repair worn on any class 01
2v trwrf(vr, Wtk fully guaranteed
W ttr fecund run J machines Ukert m tx
;.V orM(k it No a ard No 4 machines
co tantly on hand and general 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 PurltyjThere Isjiothlng superior to
bcfound.j' - -
& r. s
FOR - SALE - BY ALL - DEALERS
LOCAL ANtf GENERAL
Judge Humphreys Is laid up today.
Seo tho Atkinson want ml on page.8.
Dr. Oalbralth and wlfo are rusticat
ing nt Walalua.
Tho Skagit will sail in ballast for
tho Sound tomorrow.
II. H .Macfarlane arrived from Kapaa
In tho James Makce Sunday,
Music at Walklkt Inn
Tho Challenger succeeded In get
tint; away for the Sound this morning.
Tho Nllhau and James Makce repuit
3ii00 bags of sugar left on the Garden
S. M. Damon is at his offlcc today
after a few days of nb3ence with a bad
Caniuru & Co. can now be found on
Alakt-u street between King and Mcr
A second hand 8mlth Premier type
writer Is wanted. Seo Want column on
pa go 8.
Tho Maunn Loa will sail on her regu
lar route tomorrow forenoon at the
There will be a special meeting of
Hawaiian Lodgo No. 21, 1'. & A. M. to
night at 7:30.
W. F Sabln of the Advertiser is still
unablo to attend to business. He Is
recuperating at Walalua.
Every Evening from 6 to 10.
A notice to Republicans residing In
tho third precinct, fourth district ap
pearH under New Today,
Whitman & Co. are displaying the
Orient Leader, one of tho fastest wheels
In America. It Ib a beauty.
Master Masons aro told under New
Today where they can get official
badgPH for reception of Shrlncrs.
Sam lx-dcrer lias Just received an
other large shipment of now furnluirQ
by tin) Ilosiimond niul Ablen llcsso
which ho will soon have on display.
Tho bark 'Carrolton nnd schooner H.
II. Hind are both nt Knhulul. Tho'
Hchooucrs H. C. Wright, Dura Dluhm,
Ajar Dodge, 8.T. Alexander and the
bark Columbia are nit expected there.
Judgo Kulua naturalized TO or SO
aliens on Maul. This was more than
waH expected, yet It Is said, less than
would have been the case, had It been
generally known that the Circuit Judge
had tho authority.
HuHtuce & Co. havo decided to with
draw their appeal In the case of Ko-
halc, into of their drivers, charged with
heedless driving. The lino of $25 nnd
costs was paid this morning by Alvln
Clark, the manager.
Tho bark Olympic has finished dis
charging her cargo. She cannot get a
full load of sugar here so she will take
on 300 tons nnd sail for San Francisco
as snon as possible. She expects to
get some sugar tomorrow.
Raymond Duvauchelle, n former
mounted patrolman, appeared In the
Police Court this forenoon on the
clmtge. of wife desertion. Ho expressed
his willingness to return to his home.
This finished the matter, Judge Wilcox
quickly dismissing the defendant.
Passengers In the Maul Sunday give
that steamer the credit of being onu
of, tho very best boats running between
tho Islands. Had her captain wished
It, she could easily have made tho ro-
cord time from Lahnlna. The weather
wan flnu and everything was favorable
for u (illicit run.
Among the arrivals from Kauut
ports lu theW.O.Ifall Sunday were tho
following A. S. Wilcox, 0. N. Wilcox,
3, II. CoAistock, Ilev, Huns Isenberg,
K. A. Kuudsen, W. H. nice, W. A. Kin
ney, Mrs. K. K. Iluthburn, I). I). Ma-
conachle, Judge J. Knklnaund wife unci
Judgo U. Knklna and wife.
Tin, following were tho passengers
from Maul In the steamer of that namii
Sunday W. II. Hongs, A. Hocking,
Rev. I! M. Hnnuuu, J. P. Couko anil
wife, Andrew Ailnms, I W. Carter,
A. P. Holler, J, T. MiCiosson, Ilnoch
Johnson, Hon. Samuel Parker, W. C.
Aclil, W. J. Coclho, (1. A. Davis, C. K.
Stlllniuu, W. U P. Knncillt and D. II.
It ' 14'
In Our New Line of-
LADIES PATENT LEATHER
OXFORD TIBS and SLIPPERS
The LATEST LASTS, the BEST makes and a GOOD SHOE.
VST See our line of CHILDREN'S 8IIOE8, none better; a larRe assortment -t6t
I MclNBRNY SHOE STORE.
JUST JIECEIVED A.'LAlRGB-'BHlPMENTf. - -
Alsen Portland Cement
ii tha strongest and most strvlceabft cement nada and will permit th admlxturt ol a larger amount ol sanj
' travel, with Itss loss of strength, than any other Wand; It If therefore tht most eonemlcal.
"ALSEN" has NO EQUAL In COLOH, FINENESS and SANO CARRYING CAPACITY It WEIGHS
LESS PER BUSHEL, (mtaiurlnp about to PER CENT. MORE CEMENT TO A BARREL thin ..thr
Hand ."which vary materially REDUCES lis cost at torn pared with other cements) It fs thf refort an tCONO-
MiiAirtmenT roust ana skcuallt AUAKiturUK riNtLUNLNbTtwUHK.
Ttcsllt Stitngjb In Pounds Per Square Inch Madt at Royal Ttstlnr Station. Berlin. 1880-oc
' , NfAT ClMCNT One part Cement
' --a Thrta Parts Sind
.Attrr 7 days. Alter s8 days. Alter t days. After 18 days,
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PREMIUMS; Wortd'i Fair. Chlcaco. 1S0 Adelaide Jut lite Int. Ei'a 1687. Centennial Int. Ea'n
Mtlhoumt, iBflS. New Zealand So, S, E'n, Duntlln. iS8goo.
CAPACITY ANDSALES. the output of tha "ALSEN"' factories Is, atlhe present time, larcerthari
bat of any manufactory of Portland Cement In Europe,
The vearlv sales of Alien's Portland Cement tn tha United States Is prttr thin that at anv bther brand.
The followlnr test made In actual work by Col. D. C. Houston. Corps of Engineers, U.S.A., at the
seawall ftround Governor's Island, New York Harbor, has rcverbtcn equaled by any other cement It la
TENSILE STRENGTH PER SQUARE INCH One Day. U pounds: Seven Days. 6u pounds,
Tblity Days, S18 pounds. For Sidewalks it gives the best color and tht most endurable wearing surface.
Testimonials from most eminent engineers, architects and contractors endorsing the high grade
lUaiiry or 'AOcri iurninca vn arpntauon 10 ir
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11777 SHASTA WATER
The first thing in the morning for a BIG HEAD,
it will make you ALL .RIGHT for the days work.
x Shasta Water and Ginger Ale x
OIlDfjH THEM FOR TAI1LE USE.
W. C; PEACOCK & CO., LTD.
STANLEY SHIRT WAISTS
The Very Best
are sole Manu
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANOH
Honolulu, October 15, 1000.
NAME OF STOCK
P. I J up
vill be continued for a few days, we having added a large quantity of
tresn goods just arrived.
We also ihclude a line of manufacturers samples of beautiful Waists
made of line embroideries, dainty laces andf dc oic silks, wortli tip to
$12.00 each which we offer
at $5.00 each
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
$IQ Fort Street -Telephone 436
C. Brewer k Company.
American Sugar Co...
twa i'inrationi.o ...
Hamoa Plantation Co '
Hawaiian Agricultural Co
Hawaiian Com ft Su Co.
Hawaiian Sugar Co . .
Honomu Sugar Co . i
Honokaa Sugar Co . .1
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Kahuku Plantation Co.
Kamalo Sug to Ltd a
Kamato Sug Co, pdup
MV-anuiu sugar v.o .
Koloa Sugar Co .
(Con a Sugar Co., as
Maunalel Sugar O.as
Maunalel Su Co pd up
3. LI J
a ?, Bid
Vacation is over
and School Has
No mow lunches at home for a time. There are many ways of carrylnj: lunch,
but onfy one convenient and practical method, an J that Is to use the
Putent Folding Lunch Box
This looks like a Camera anj folds flat when einrtv which enables you to
strap It together with your books, or put It In nur pocket.
I hey are WATEHPROOP and the
Price Is 25 cents euch
Sse them displayed In our front window
. OUO,OnO .
5no ooo to
uinu sup.r uo ,
Onomri Sue.rCo ...
Ook.l. Sujr.t Pun Co
OI Su. Co.. UJ.. l
Pl.uh.u Su. I'lin. Co.
P.I. It.nt.tlon Co.. ..
Prrckro Sue.r Co .J
W.l.lu. Atr. Co., ail
W.ltluiAsr.Co. rJ up I
W.l.ni. Comp.ny ...
W.lluku Surar Co
W.lman.lo Sueir Co
W.lm.l Mill Co ...
InteflilanJ Sit. in N.Co
Hawaiian l.l.dtlc Co ,
Hon. Steam LaunJry.
Mutual Ttlrphnn. Co .
People', & R'l'e Co
; W. W. Dimond & Co. Ltd; i
IMPORTERS OF Crockery, Glass and House Furnishing Goods.
B- SOLE AGENTS Territory of Hawall
g Detroit Jewel Stoves,
Puritan Wlckless Blue Flame Stoves,
g Double Ovated Granite Iron Ware,
la lea to ft TB lea It to to IQ Pa Pa fa to toRaim to to to to to tota to to
Hawaiian Gov 6
Hawaiian Ciov, j
Hilo R R,Co.6
Ewa ('Unlit n 6
Kahuku I ant. 6
Uahu K & Land
. 40$.oin too
I loa,o0 oo
i t,oiT,V, 3
I 1,630,000 to
I i.6ntooo ioo tat f ef
t ,000,000! SO
500.000 90 16 l6H
865,000' to sH t)t
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130,000 oo .... tja
. 500000 loo
I icanm lOO
750,000 100 tfl
S.tio.oortl too Ill
,400,000 loo 99 Kfl
l,)oo,ouo! too 110
I Too.oot' loo 1T
j if 5,000 IOO ,,,,, 100
I on.oonl 100! loo Its
I ooouo loo
I SlO.Ono, IOO 110
I 9)3,tj loo 91
I tj.oroi too
t)4,nio 10 10
t.ruu.ouo 100 .,.,,, ,.,
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SflREVE & CO., San Francisco,
To facilitate trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver all goods
purchased or ordered of them, free of all charges for transportation to
Honolulu, or returning same to San Francisco. Ooods will be sent on
selection to those known to the firm, or who will furnish satisfactory
references In San Francisco.
Jewelers, Gold and Silverware Manufacturers,
Market f lHt Hts., . I:.
Jllu'trated CATALOGUE and prlcts furnished upon receipt of reouest. We have
the largest manufactory of Jewelry and Silverware west of New Yoik City, and are
prepared to lurnlsh special dolgnr.
Sales 8 Hawaiian Agricultural,? joo.oo;
5,030 O. R & 1.. Co.'s Bonds, Sioi.co:
too Mcllrvde. a., 1 5 oo.
CliiiriJeil With Lliuur Hclllnd.
Ilunnnli, a native woman, wan nrrcst
Ctl )c3tvrlay on the chnrgo of BelllnK
liquor without a license. In the Po
lice Court this forenoon her case wn9
net for Wetlnemlay. loiter, her attor
ney, Mr. StrnuxH, askeil Hint Bho be
nllowcil to go on tier own rccoKnlzaneo
as no ono could bo found to put up for
her. Shu hail u three yeara old child
and remaining In Jail was a great hard-
Blilp under tho clreiinintanrca. ?:ie
plea was granted, the uonian uwi-arlng
to bo on hnnd nt 9:30 u. in. Weilnoa-tlay.
In tho Police Court this forenoon
Knpiile. King, AndcriMin and lienson,
chnrged ulth dlxturlilng tho quiet of
thn night, ttcro rcprlinamlfd and ill
charged. Hoy Pong was fined 3100 nnd
iosIh on the charge of selling liquor
without it license and Ah Sing $10 nnd
costs on the charge of unlawful posses
sion of opium.
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 Ca.pet in Tapestrv, Velvet Pile and Body
Brussels in great variety :......... v j-s
Japanese Jute Rugs, Straw M&ts and Matting
Linoleum Oilcloth, Cocoa Fibre Matting, Door Mats,
always on hand at
No. 10 Fort Street.
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