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THF EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1900.
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If you want .
The man that is content to whis
per dowu a well,
, . 1 About the kind and quality of
Hardware, Crockety, Glawvare, . , . , .1 J
Paints. Oil anJ Varnishes, Electro-! gOOdS lie IMS to SCll,
FuVunJe,leri,Lamp' anJUmp!Will never make one-half as
As he who climbs a tree and
House Furnishing (foods,
Sliver PlateJ Ware, Cutlery, Pocket
Knives, Wade anJ Butchers' Razors.
Rubber Hose, either plain or wire
bound, Manila or Sisal rope. Lawn
MO'vers, Lawn Sprinklers, High-grass
Cutters, Etc. Etc.
Plantation Supplies or
feUY THEM FROM
01 in H'inir
Fort St., opposite Spreckels Bmk.
Police Court Note,.
In tbe Police Court this forenoon the
following caes were disposed of: J.
J. Slha, assault and battery on An
Chine, oe month's Imprisonment at
hard Inbor; F. Smith, assault and bat
tery on K. Smith, nollo pros'd; O'Halle
rou, assault and battery on Williams,
$10 nnd costs; Geo. Smith, drunken
ness, discharged; Herbert, assault and
battery on Chlynno, $ land costs; Ml
nmoto, common nuisance, reprimanded
and discharged; Mary Nunch, profan
ity, $5 and costs; George Yce, unlaw
ful possession of opium, $30' and costs;
George Wright, riding a bicycle with
out a light, $5 and costs; Nalhe, lar
ceny In the second degree, committed
to the Circuit Court.
LL ABOUT THE NICE
Serves every morning anJ nom
In Its cool lanal, and which only u first
class Bakery could afford to furnish at the
price. Rooms reserved for ladles.
We make up lunches, also cold sliced
ham, cheese and sardine sindwlches, In
any quantities, for basket picnics.
MEW ENGLAND BAKERY,
J. Oswald Lutted,
Ring up 'Phone 74.
for a newAirerlcan
A new "two version" edition of the'
Illble has been published by the Ox
ford university press-. The authorize
eislou has been printed with all the
differences of the revise 1 version plac
ed In the side margins, so that both
texts can be read from the same pap'',
while Inthe center column me the n
dispensable marginal references. I'ub
The more business the nuctlon;r
picks up tho more ho knocks down.
New Style X KINGSBURY
ONLY A FEW LEFT
Invtatljiatt this, t nn 14 e uu money.
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
nicely furnished rooms at the Pop
ular House, lot Fort street, from $1.00
per week up.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Sco Holllster Drug Co.'s ad for ha'r
C, II. Hofganrd nrrled from Kauai
A Uoaid of Health notice In regard to
garbage appears under New Today.
A nice new four-room cottpgc Is for
rent. See To Let colmunon.pogc S.
The Manila I.0.1 did not get away
until after 11 o'clock this forenoon
Music at WulMkl Inn
Camara & Co. can now be found on
Alakea street between King and, Mer
Tor n nice refreshing drink try n hot-
1 tie of l'nbst beer. W. C. Peacock & Co.,
A draft on Alexander & llnldnln by
the Hawaiian Sugar Co. has been Urn:.
Seo host column.
Tho gymnnslum class meets Tues
days nnd Fridays, commencing tonight
nt tho Y. M. C. A.
Coolest corner In town 1 1 1 at lleiison,
Smith & Co.'s soda fountain. We fan
you while you drink.
The luaii at Mrs. Moutano's In Ma
li oa Saturday was given for .Mis. Fow
ler and not Mrs. Taylor.
IIAIIOA1NS IN JKWHMIY. Fll.o
Engraving and Enameling done. M. !'.
IXC AS, 203 Hotel street.
Every Evening from 0 to 10.
C. II. Hofgnard, tho leading merchant
of Walmen, Kauai, In In town on n
business and pleasure trip,
1'aclal neuralgia Is Judgo Humph
reys' affliction. Ho Is out today, hut
not feeling equal for business.
Tho Honolulu Concrete Constructlo'i
Co. does all kinds of sfm nnd (iiucicte
i work. See nil under Now Today.
I Alex. Young will return to Ilimi'
lulu next month In the Sierra, the pio
neer of the magnificent new Oieuub
There will be n special nfeetlug of
the stockholder of the Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Co. on the 30tii. Sec
notice under New Today.
The annual meeting ofthc Kllnhan.i
Ait League will bo hel'l at the rooms
in the Model block nt I p. m. tomorrow.
A full attendance of numbers Is de
sired. The Manna Loa had a very small
passenger list today: Among thoso
who left were W. K. P. Kupullnnl, .Mrs.
Enos, T. K. P. Amalu, W. A. Wall and
W. W. liruner.
The Grand Prix
(Tht Dltloma of Honor-
Highest rnifrl awAT
At WON UY
Wghctt roislbU award )
The Smith Premier
THIS awarJ, majt ty an International Jury of tertyf.t tnt mttrt, wn
1 at a ratine, on polntf. Higher than iny ol lh thr tutr.tvtyrewrlttra
in comrttltln. ani quoting trotnl'ie jry' rerort waa gn lor gttttal
aurcrlorlty ufconatructfon ani lficttcy at the hlgTtea ra'be.
In Our New Line of-
J LADIES PATENT LEATHER
OXFORD TIBS and SLIPPERS
The LATEST LASTS, the BEST makes and a HOOD SHOE.
2r-See our line of CHILDREN'S 8110118, none betier; a large sentiment -TSa
MclNERNY SHOE STORE.
The Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
Sjiacuae N. V..U.S.A.
The Remington secured a gold
.Medal as a Second Prize.
Vr ll.rtrann Mlcth ho la an exferlercaJ
fu ')?' rnir rraircr, nil t.k n tuw -iurcoi
tt tii traiiliM it hi 'n V arr rifaar t"
iv K'ti n.uta'iunt nn iiU Pmnlir nMClilfttf.
ur..tiroat.a r.n repair ft rk t n any data of
l I, rftrl'ra. Wo k lut.y fuarar.ttti
'f ad Svcuni'hanJ macnrrs taken in r-x
'f e-Staik rt No a anJ No an-achlntt
' conitattly onhjnJ.acJ crnir.1 auprllM
C. W. Macfarianc,
. ' n liu r . .aj ii - xA.ak
, o oooooooooooooooooooooc oooooooc ox V
ONE CiL iSS OF
l ta.rrli ,,i,rt ft fin, A,lir M XW A?. 1 VllfclX
It touches the right spot on a
HOT DAY. 2
Try it !
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd.,
tm s jr?ir'j&' v
Wr$&mMB Z X
Solo Aecnt.s A
Sh'pment ol ?
Theie lamps burn In such a manner that
the combustion Is almost perfect and for
this reaon the light Is magnificently
brilliant, smokeless and odorless.
The limps are absolutely safe it being
simply Impossible to explole.
If you are tired of the bother of ordinary
lamps, If you wish to rid yourself of
their care, the above will appeal to you
very stronRly When coupled with
economy the appeal Is Irreslstable,
Tho Angle Lump accomplishes per
fee' Illumination, it presents an oppop
FOR COOLING OF ROOFS
"Arable" roocogllng composition Is
an article being Introduced from Aus
tralia by the California Peed Co, It U
for galvanized Iron or other motull'.c
roofs. The composition when dry ut
ter putting on Is dazzling white, and It
effects a magical lowering of. tho tem
perature beneath the roof to which It
Is applied. In the commercial form It
looks like whiting or slaked lime, A
the preparation needed Is mlxliii;
with water, and after letting It stand
the required time application Is made
with a whitewash brush.
T, J. King has set out mlnlatuia
roofs beside the company's storo in
Queen street, some unpalnted ar.d
others covered with the "Arabic" wat'i.
It Is an effective tlemonEtrntlou of the
virtue of the composition, The nrtl"!o
Is a boon to the tropics and It Is n
wonder It has notbeen heard of before
tunltv of secnrlne a Ilitht that Is easily
operated and more brilliant thin gas or
electricity with no inireneat at a mere
fraction of thrlrcoit. It provides a lamp foi
Homes, stores, oft'ues, factories, halls,
llbratlts, hn:els and churches, that Is
Ideil I , every way.
The puMIc Is cordially Invited to call
and Inspect thtst lamps.
Captain Ilngluud, wliarf supcrlntn
dent of the Inter-Island Co. left In thai
.Manna Loa this morning on his raca'
tlon trip. He was accompanied by his
wlfe'itnd children. ,
George Lyctirgus of tho Union Grill
has been summoned by n pcn.il sum
mons to appear In the 1'oltce Court
Wednesday foienoon mi hi charRi- of
Helling liquor without i license.
For eccu years wo have been selllnj
Krocger pianos, giving entire satlsfac-,
tlon In hundreds of Honolulu homey.
Wo linve Just receded a new shipment ! p
o' these goods, so now is the time to r)
Invitations are out for n charity "at
home" nt Mrs. U. S. Cunhn's, WnlklUI.
liy tho Ladles' Catholic licnovolent iio
i leyt tomorrow from . to 6. Solo
mon's Quintet Club will furnish III"
Robert W. Wilcox left .for Hllo In
the Kinaii today, It being his Intention
to tiy to fix up tho split In the imity
there and to do a llttlo talking In be
half, of the Independent party and him
STANLEY SHIRT WAISTS
at $icOO each
will be continued" for a few days,' we having adiliil a large quantity of
iresn noons just .irriveu.
We also include a line of in tnuf uturets samples of beautiful Waists
made of fine embroideries, dainty laces and tic suit silks, wortli up to
$12.00 each which we offer
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
StQ Fort Street - - -Telephone 4tf
The Very Best
are sole Manu
for these desks.
HONOLULU STOCK UXCIIANGB
Honolulu, October i6, 1900.
NAME OF STOCK
I Pall tip
C. Urewt r & Company. .
ATarlcan Suiiar Co..
Ewa Planiatlon Co
.? PI! AaVrl
HwitanAcrlculiitrlCu i.o-ioxwj tuol..
Hwiiiinuom nulo i.tct.Tjoj iw-
f OrJ OilO
1 l.yxooni jo
I i(o,otJo oe
Pa Ba Pa rm ra la rt r Pa w Pu Pa m ::Pa Pa r-a P4 pj Pa Pa pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa
Vacation is over c
and School has
No more lunches at home for a tune. 1 here are many ways of carrying lunch,
but only one convenient and practical method, .in J that Is to ue the .
Piileut Folding Lunch Box
This looli like a Camera and foljs flat when empty which enables you to
strap It together with yoir books, or put it In uur packet.
I hey are WArtiUrMvOOl' and the
Price 1b i!5 cents ench
Sse them displayed In our front v. Indow
W. W. Dimond & Co. Ltd:
IMPORTERS OP Crockery, Glass and House FumlshlneGooJs.
SOLE AGEN'IS Territory of Hawaii
Detroit Jewel Stoves,
Puritan Wlckles Blue FLime Stoves,
Double OvatrJ Granite 1-on Ware,
lUwiliin Sugar Co
MonoTiu Micjf -o
Honokia Suer Co
Kah'iku I'UnUtlnn Co
Kama to Suit Co LtJ a
K a main Sup Co. fi up
mtwi nam 1,0 ,lu, a
Kht IVCo.UJ rJup
Klfahula Sujif Co
Koloa Suar Co
Kona Suzar Co ,
Miunilt I Suzar Co.a
Maunal! Su Co PJ bp
13. Hi edit left In tho Klimu for Avl
nl, Huwall, today to make tho proli
miliary u'rungementu for cuttliiK
' - " ." PiuP
OnomtJ Supaf Cu
0kila Suptr Plan Co
Olnwalj Coir r an v
I'aauhau Su. I'lan. Co
Pacific Sucr Mill
Pala Manfatlon Co ..
Prpfrkrn Suiar Co
Piontfr MM Co
Walalua Acr. Co. atl
waiaiuiA,jr.(-o, p j up J
Wall uk n SuctCo
Walminalo sugar Co
WllUr Steamship Co
fntrr-tlinJ SttamN C
Hawaiian I lttk Co
Hon. Sifa-n Launirj
Mutual Tierhinf Co
HakahiCoTfreCn U pj
('topic's fe & H I c C
Hawaiian (kiv, jpfr cfn
till k HXo.tfeti.rn
ewa 1'ianiai n e prr cen
'ahuktt Plant A per cm
Uanu H U UnJ
.,4Wxwl o. j
90O JO ICO
f per cn
I Co. pr
t ja mo
Tz ra Pa Pa f4 lei ?t rz pa to ta f-a P4 Pi to Pa to Pa to Pa fa to pa pa Pa m
SHREVE & CO., San.Francisco,
To facilitate trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver all goods
rn 7 1 wi n-,r 1, Purchased or ordered of them, free of all charges for transportation to
Honolulu, or returning1 same 10 ban rrancisco. uoods will be sent on
selection to those known to the firm, or who will furnish, satisfactory
references In San Francisco.
tho com so of 11 woek or ho tn employ
nlumt two hundred men to do th woil;.
Mrs. V .M. Ornhnm has returm.il
from 11 trip to Maul and Hawaii, which
aliu great) enjoyed and uuiiefltcil hy.
Hei fcllow-worKiri, of tho Klliilinii.i
Art League, eHprchilly, wclcumu Mii.
(iinham back to town m the npproadi
of tho fall exhibition.
Clirlctlnn Cndciivor In Hpuln.
Dr. 1'. I;. Clark lias hern tu Spain
nttindliiK a Rp.iiittdi Chrlntlan Kndc.i-
or convi'iitloii, and It hint heen one of
the moHt excltlni; axperleiu-vH of hit
life, tho project of holding micli n cuo
ventlim nieelliiK with the expected Un
man Ciithollo oiiposltlon and gotern
mental opponltlon an well, tho latter
coming not hecauso Dr. Clark wnx au
American hut Ix-c.umo he wbh tnki n
for mi lmgllrhman, Spnnhih opinion
lielng ery nennltio now ngaln-d
(ireat llrltnln far moie ho than
ngnliiKt tho United Ktntctt. Tho Snu
lh biipcct (ireat llrltaln of deidguii on
Spain. Dr. Clark hardy esrnped belli;
mobbed, niidthe order ngalnst the
inciting wiih only wlllnlrawn when t
wiik round out that he un an AmcrlcaD
not nn Kngllsliman. 1'iihllc Opinion.
Jewelers, Gold and Silverware Manufacturers,
JMurkut (V PoHt KtH., S. !'
Illu'tratfd CATAI.OGUfi and pflcts furnished upon receipt of request. We have
V01K uty, and are
the largtst manufactory of Jew elty and Silverware w et of New
prepareJ to lurnlsn special uesignj,
It U mi einy nntter to follow cdvK't
that Is trnvcllug Intho same direction
you are going.
According to an ohl bachelor, female
Hiiffriigi, Is caused by tho scarcity ol
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
Tho Methodist twentieth centuiy
movement to savo 2,W),bw souls be
fore the end of J'JOl, Is iiliout to be put
under way. Tho plan Is brlelly to .-n-list
2u0,00o active workea In tho move
ment, Including pastors nnd church
members,, each of whom bhall pledgo
hlnifcelf to secure ten new me'mber.i
for the church before. December 31,
Theo. II. Davies & Co., Ltd .'" e '"
the bishops, and through them to tho
Merchants and Commission Agents, flnnlml conferences, where tho presld-
Al.su- lng elders will sec that each jmiitiir
Ag?RoehrT tiX M Port resents the movement to his congre
land Cement. Ration. Public Opinion.
Japanese Jute Rugs, Straw Mats and Matting
Linoleum Oilcloth, Cocoa Fibre Matting, Door
always on hand at
No. 10 ort Street.
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