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THF EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., .MONDAY, OCTOBER. 22, 1900.
JUST RECEIVED '
IN URGE VARIETY.
Black and galvanised, In any length;
ii inch to Vi Inch thick.
Dlston's make; a big supply on hind.
Paints and Oils
Rope t . 1
Manila and Sisal from U Inch to 6
Rice Plows and Breaking Plows.
Fort St., opposite Spreckels Bank.
' VANGLE LAMP! -
These lamps burn In such a manner that
the combustion Is almost perfect and for
this reason the light Is magnificently
brilliant, smokeless and odorless.
The lamps are absolutely safe It being
simply Impossible to exploJe.
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 strongly. When coupled with
economy the appeal Is Irreslstable.
The Angle Lamp accomplishes per
feet Illumination. It presents an oppor
tunity of securing a Kent that Iseasllv
operated and more brilliant than gas or
electricity wun no more neat at a mere
fraction of thelrcost. It provides a lamp for
Homes, stores, offices, factories, halls.
libraries, hotels and churches, that Is
1 jeai in every way. , ,
The public Is cordially Invited tor call
and Inspect these lamps.
Tko. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
Merchants and Commission Agents,
Agents for Grant Powder Co.,
Roehr Harbor Lime St Port'
The man that is content to whis
per down a well,
About the kind and quality of
pods he has to sell, '
Will never make one-half as
As he who climbs a tree and
LL ABOUT THE NICE.
Serves everv mornlne and noon
In Its cool Una!, and which only a first
class Bakery could afford to furnish at the
price. Kooms reserved lor laaies.
We make up lunches, also cold sliced
ham, cheese and sardine sindwlches, In
any quantities, for basket picnics.
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY,
Ring up 'Phone 74.
for new Amtrlcin
New Style X KINGSBURY
ONLY A FEW LEFT
Invtitlgate this, e can aave you money.
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd,
Camara & Co. can now bo found on
Alakea street between King and Mer
The Grand Prix
(Tnt Diploma of Honor
I it a r
rHtS awtrd, tnd ty in International Jury of twenty ftva mtnters, wai
aratlnr. oneolntt. Higher than anv of the other twenltf tYDewrlter
rlljhot ponlblt awarJ.)
A3 nUti-Dj ,. in compemiowj pj quoting from my jury rtgon given ior general
ThC Smith PrCHIier wiptrlorlty ofconitructlon ani efficleney-attht highest ratios.
. M the The Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
Pans Exposition. sycu...n.Y..u..A.
I The Remington secured a gold
I Medal as a Second Prize.
it Mr Hermann MIeth ho li an cxperltiut.,
S UpcMTlter repairer, hiftiktn full tharcto
X uiia branch o the tin nes We are rea Jy to
five quotations on Sxlih Premier machhie
2 nr eitloiatei on repair work on any clats at
K t)pewrhers. Work fully guaranteed.
tt & Second-run i machines taken in ex
V r mock cr Jno a ana ro 4 macnine.
t conttantly on hand, and general supplies.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Music at VValklkl Inn
Tho Luzon will Ball 111 ballast for the
Sound this nftcrnoon.
Tho J. A. Cummins will not enll on
her regular run until Wednesday.
The barks Santiago mill Martha Da
vis hare both arrived In San Francisco.
Take a look at tho ml Whitney &
Marsh have In today If ycu want bar
gains. The Mauna l.oa will be In from Kau,'
Kona and Maul ports early in the
How do you account for the success
of David Lawrence & Co. In the tobac
The annual meeting of the Hllo Sugar
Co. Is called for tomorrow. See notice
under New Today.
Every Evening from 6 to 10.
The Merchants CollecMng Agency Is
giving special attention to out of town
collections. See. nd.
Mr. V. J. Lowrcy will entertain the
Triangle Club this evening at 7:30
'o'clock at his residence on Lunalllo and
Where do you buy your cigars? Of
David Lawrence & Co.? Then )ou buy
them at tho right place. They sell the
best for tho least.
Some flno stalks of sugar cano grdwn
at 900 to 1400 feet elevation in South
Kona are on view Ip Vrarson & Pot
ter's window. Fort street.
The Honolulu Tobacco Co. has moved
out of the stand at Fort end Merchant
street, which Is to bo occupied by II.
Waterhouse & Co., comnilslon mer
chants, brokers, etc. ""
The Hnrrest Festival meetings of tho
Salvation Army- on Saturday and Sun
day nights were J well n Untied. The
hall was very prettily decorated In hon
or of the occasion. People Interested
should go to the hall tonight.
Frank D. Haskell and a number of
others were arrested In Iwllcl Satur
day on the chargej.of currying on a
game of Iluss'lan Wnr. Haskell Is
charged with both gambling and va
grancy. The case will come up to
morrow. Tho attention of tho ladles who have
come with the Mystic Snrlners Is call
ed to Miss Klllean's ad on page 2. A
Hawaiian hat Is one of th best possi
ble souvenlers of the trip. Then again
nreal good shampoo, halidrcsslng and
manicuring will make you feel as
though you were at homo onco more.
Sachs & Co. have sold out several
lines In the list of bargains offered by
them from Schweitzer & Co.'s stock.
They have substituted" ether "articles
which are as great If not greater bar
gains. Such as umbrellas for Instanco
at SO cents and swell neckties at 10 nnd
15 cents apiece. These otters nro well
rw o ripu' o
i t Men,
A Rubber Heeled
Calf Skin Shoe for
OF INTEREST TO
WU AM: SLLLINO : : !
Just the thing you
I are looking for.
I A GOOD INVESTMENT. -
McINERM SHOE STORE.
HtHtWH 1 1 I II
New Printed Dress Goods.
Yard wide good weight and style 10c. yd
Handsome cloth, choice colorings and
.' .', swell ,aptterns 12 Jc
New-dark coloiings.a good thing for the
conn n cool months, 15c, 10c, 8c
Made to stand the severest tests in laund
rya choice article for waist or
gown 20c. yd
An imported fabric, in pinks, blues and
lavender pnlv, value 40c 25c. yd
Simile French Foulards
One of the new productions that make
you wonder how cotton can be
made to look so much like silk ... 374c. yd
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
$19' Fort Street-- - -Tdeplione 46
Those now keeping houss or about to
do o who have not, the capital to lay In
a complete lot of furniture are enabled In
this way to furnish their homes at a small
Call and Investigate at the
Fort and Beretania Streets.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, October 19, 1900.
NAME OF STOCK
C. Brewer & Company
American Sugar Co.. . .
Ewa Plantation Co ....
Hawaiian uom Mi (,o
Hawaiian Sugar Co .
Itnnomu bugar Cn
Honolcaa Sugar Co
Ha'ku Sugar Co.
Kahutcu Plantation Co
Kamjio us Co LtJ a
Kamaln Sug Co, pi up
Klf ahulu Sugar Co. .
Kotoa Sugar Co . .
Kona Sugar Co , at
Maunalel Sugar Co.ai
IIUI1BITI ,U Vlt,'4 iy
C. W. Macfarlane,
3 Sets of 25O HP Stirling
3 Sets of GREENS Fuel
Economisers for same.
1 Set of GREEN'S Fuel
Economiser, 400 tubes.
Lot of FOWLER STEAM
PLOW spares and extras. '
1 Set of FOWLER.'STEAM
PLOWS (16 HP) compete.-
1 BURLEY DRILL Outfif
complete with Air Compressor
and 40 HP Boiler.
Lot of 4" Piping 1,000 feet
24" Water Pipe ;000 feet.
Aaterial for J6" Wafer Pipe
Fine Lot of California Mules
All the above can be had at
'AN OLD-TIMER RETURNS
II. Z. Austin, formerly principal of
Kealla school, Kauai, arrived In the
steamer Zealand la. lle bas been ab
sent from the Islands about- three
years, traveling part of the time in the
Stages and Europe. Latterly Mr. Aus
tin had been connected with Senator
Tom Carter's paper, the Montana Bally
Itecord. Montana he represents ns nn
easy winning for trie Republican par
ty. There are five tickets In the held.
The Democrats are split between the
Daly and Clarke factions, tho I'opullbts
and the Labor party bavu their separ
ate tickets and, with a solid organiza
tion, the Republicans will elect their
whole ticket with David E. U'olmmi as
Governor.! f Stnator Qto. iHorfuker,
colleague'1 of Carter, has Jnsf struck a
rich copper lead near Helena. Mr. Aus
tin looks hale and heaity and Intends
staying In the Islands. Whllo ho was
away Mr?. Austin has been a guest of
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McKay, Walluku.
' C."BREWER & CO.,
TL- w I I -.1 tirill-.! C DMn.n
I lie UUUC191KI1CU. fYHiaiu &- wivwii
and Frank Halstead, each of Honolul, the
Island of Oahu of theTerrltory of Hawaii,
have this day formed a co-pnrtneishlp
with each otner tor tne purpose 01 carry
In? on the business of stock and bond
brokers, negotiating loans and acting as
trustees in said nonoiuiu, unucr wc nun
name of misted & lo.
WILLARD E. BROWN,
Dated Honolulu, Oct., ioo. 1666 at
Want Captain Back.
There are all kinds of tro;bla aboartl
the French bark Bossuet. " After the
fine of $1000 had been Imposed 'bn ac
count of the vessel failing to enter
properly ns prescribed by law, an at
tempt was made by tho first officer to
start out for the Sound, as had been
agreed. The crew with one voice re
fused to go without their regular cap
tain and so the, vessel 1b at an anchor
age yet. An attempt will be made by
lbe French Consul today to arrange
rratters so that the Uousuet can get
Work Among tlnpuncHc
Miss K. Towcott of tho Japanese
Mission will stay hero six months lon
ger to assist in tho, work among the
Japanese. Dr. Cordon was to nave
come from tho Coast but, on account of
continued Illness, he has been ndvlsed
by his physician to return to Japan
where twenty-four yeats of his llfo
have already been spent.
' Tho regular monthly prayer meeting
of the Japanse Congregational nnd
Methodist churches will bn held In tho
Japanese church, corner of Kukui nnd
Nuuanu streets at 8 o'clock UiIb evening.
Vacation is over
and School has
Sunto To Jail.
Charles Santos (Chailey tho Salntl
appeared in the Police Court this fore
noon on the charge of assault and 'jit
tery. He denied overythln;; but the
evidence against him was loo strong.
Judge Wilcox questioned the fellow
sharply and found ho ha 1 been up for
offenses several times Worn Ho to'd
Sontns thero had been too many as
sault and battery cAses-of Into nnd .
halt must bo called. Hn thereupon
sentenced Santos o ten days' Imprison
ment at hard labor,' f y
No more lunches at home for a time. There are many ways of carrying lunch,
but only one convenient and practical methoJ, anJ that Is to use the
Putent 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 pocket.
I hey are WATERPROOF and the
Price Is 25 cents euch
Sse them displayed In our front window
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OnomcA Sugir Co
OoktU Suear I'Un Co
OU Su. Co , HI . I
Paiuhau Su. Plan. Co
Pacific Sugar Mill ...
Pala Plantation Co .
Prcleo Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Walalua Acr. Co.. ail
WalaluaAgr.Co. pi up )
Walluku Sugar Co
Watmanalo Sugar Co
Walmta Mill Co
WIIJrrSttamihlB fn .
Inter-Ulani St. am N O
Hawaiian Llectrlc Co
Hon. Steam LaunJrr.
Oahu Hy Lan 1 Co
Ptople'i 'ce & K'l't C
Hawaiian Gov 6 per cen
Hawaiian Itov. 5 per cen
Haw G l'ot Sav aMrert
H1I0 l R.Co. 6prrcen
ci I'laniai n 0 per cen
Kahuku Plant. 6 per cen
Oahu K At Lan J Co. pr
W. W. Dimond & Co; Ltd:
IMPORTERS OF Crockery, Glass and House Furnishing Goods.
SOLE AGENTS Territory of Hawaii
Detroit Jewel Stoves,
, Puritan Wlckltss Blue Flame Stoves,
Double Ovated Granite l-on Ware,
rata up S
5 .ooo.ono I
7 Jo Axi
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco,
TfTo facilitate trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver all goods
pu'rerfased or ordered of them, free of all charges for transportation to
Honolulu, or returning same to San Francisco. Goods 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 & I'cmt Htn 8. Is.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt of request. We have
the largest manufactory of Jewelry and Silverware we?t of New York City, and are
prepared to furnish special designs.
Sale 5 Walalua, pd., J 1 10.50.
CUNTRAL UNION .MUSIC.
Tho music at Central Union church
was exceptionally good jtstcrday. In
the morning the offertoty was n duet,
Mendelssohn's "I Watted Kor The
I.onl," by Mrs. Montague Turner and
Miss l'cck. Their olcis blended most
exquisitely In this beautiful song. A
spccl.il effort was made In the even
ing with tho result of some of the
finest music Central Unioi has "nJ.
Murchetti's "Holy Rei'eemer" was
given by a ladles' dotiblr tr.o accom
panied by Prof. IngalU on the organ
and Miss Carrie Castlo oil the piano;
scimo cxqulBlto harmonl"') were exhibit
ed In this number, tho obllgato part of
which was given by Mies Delia 11.
rjrlswoltl. Miss Orlswold also rendered
as tho offertory solo, Tours' "Oatc of
He-men," In which sho tild herself full
Justice and delighted nil her hearers
by tho clearness nnd purity of her
tones. It Is n pity that t.'i? rnln should
Iiiivp kept so many from hearing what
was unusually fine iiuibIc.
We are showing
;v; the largest assortment of:
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin
Tliero nro eight Elks among the
Shrlners now visiting this city but
there is not one high enough to possess
the authority to form n lodge hereso
that someone will have to bo sent out
from tho States. At tho hotel last even
ing, the vlstlng Elks wero called upon
by a number of their brothers of this
The Evening Bulletin, T cent! V
We have ever handled at'pricfSjthat 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 Caipet in Tapestrv, Velvet Pile and Body
. Brussels"in,great variety,,. . . ,
Japanese Jute Rugs, Straw Mats and Matting
Linoleum .Oilcloth, Cocoa Fibre Matting, Door Mats,
' always on hand at
No. 10 Fort Street.