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TiMF EVENING 'BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1900.
NEW GOODS ,
IN URGE VARIETY.
Black and ualvanlseJ, In any lengths
U Inch to a Inch thick.
Dlston's make) a big supply on hind.
Paints and Oils
Manila anj Sisal from U Inch to i
Rice Plows and Breaking Plows.
Fort St., opposite Spreckels Bink.
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 explore. ,
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. f.
The Angle Lamp accomplishes per
fect Illumination. It preents an oppor
tunity of securing a light that Is easily
operated and more brilliant than gas or
electricity with no nwre heat at a mere
fraction of thtlrcost. It provides a lamp for
Homes, stores, offices, factories, halls,
libraries, hotels and churches, that Is
Ideal In every way.
The public Is cordially Invited to call
and Inspect these lamps. "
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
Merchants and Commission Agents,
Agents for Grant Powder Co.,
Koenr naroor Lime at fort
the man that is content to whis
per down a well,
About the kind and quality 'of
goods he has to sell,
Will never make one-half as
As he who climbs a tree and
LL ABOUT TITC NICE
Serves every morning and noon
lanal. and which onlv' a first-
class Bakery could afford to furnish at the
price. Rooms reserved for ladies.
We make up lunches, also cold sliced
ham, cheese and sardine sitidw Iches, In
any quantities, for basket picnics.
HEW ENGLAND BAKERY,
J. Oswald Lutted, uf0i c
Ring up 'Phone 74.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Camara & Co. can now bo found on
Alakca street between King and Mer
The Grand Prix
B'ht Dlfloma ol Honor
lhtt cottlblt award.)
WAS YtUT UI
I HIS award, maJt toy an International Jury of twenty fivt memteri.wai
at a rating, on points, Higher than any ol th other twenty typwjjtrs
In enmtltlnfi, and QUOtlnt from the lurv't report wit elven "for rtneral
lllw bmith iTCmiCr auperlorlty ol conduction and efficlio at ttilRht taUng. t
. 1 the The Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
MUSIC AT WAIKlta'lNN '
The Keauhou will bo In from Knual
In the morning.
The Iwalanl reports very rough
weather at Kilnuea.
The Susquehdnnn arrived In New
York from Hllo October 12.
Tennis fealla at halt regular price.
See Wall, Nichols Co.'s ad.
A large, nicely furnished front room
is for rent. See To Let column on pago
The Waialeale will be lato In getting
away today. Somo Democrats nre to
go to the Garden Isle.
SUNDAY AFTERNOON and EVENING
The Republican Drill Corps Is order
ed' to nsscmblc at the drill shed Thurs
day ctenlng-at 0:30. Sea ud on page 8.
The. rehearsal of the Amateur Or
chestra announced for tbls evening,
has been postponed until next Thurs
day. In the Police Court this forenoon A
Ming was lined $30 anl coats on the
chargo of unlawful possession ot
There will be another game of asso
ciation football between the lolant Col
lege, and Honolulu teams Saturday af
ternoon. The Zcalandla is on Iho boards to
sail at 4 p. m. on Thursday, October
26. It Is unlikely that there will bo any
change In. the date of silling.
In the Polltq, Court this forenoon W.
McCarthy pleaded pot guilty to the
charge of assault and battery on Turk
of Turk & Lewis. The taso Is on this
o j v o
S)Ikum. N. Y., U. b.A.
f r" jmwz-mm'! . ts
s launamsgmn s
-i -,fi. - '
VANPAAG, SHARI and 8IICKNEY
The chairs for attorneys, Interpreters
and reporters in tho. I'ol'to Court this
forenoon were all set lu one straight
tine and, strange to bj, the" kept In
the same position throughout the ses
sion. ' "'
The Tearless got the Mnhlcan and tho
Eteu the Denillxen vtfilertlav. so honors.
were dUldcd. After; 'bringing' tbp.VtuM
hlcan in Captain llrokiw tried to catch
the other esse I but ho 'vas not qulto
Among the arrivals from Maul and
Hawaii ports In the Maunn I.oa this
forenoon wero the following: Mrs.
HoblnBon, Mrs. C. B. Wood, J. K. Na
hulc, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Grlmwood,
Matt McCann, Dr. PflURcr and Hov.
Edward H. Swain, tho well known
San Francisco architect, w III arrive In
tha Queen to superintend the construc
tion of the Union Kccil Co. r. new build
ings at Kakaako. The grading of the
slto will be completed today,
The Remington secured a gold
I Medal as a Second Prize.
g, Mr Hermann Mleth. who U an cxr-trltnct
typewriter tpalrt-r hiilikn lull vtarge
& tint brancho' the hi.n WeartreaJti
; ct quotation on Smith Premier machlrt
orenimal on rtpairwork on anyclas 01
; tiWtUtri. Wo'k fully ifuarantetd
5 O" Second-hand machines taken In e
'J 9irSxok it No a and No 4 machine
V con t a fitly on hand, and general kurplles.
C. W. Macfarlane,
m . s . m Tmm -fc - IN- .
nicnjoraae a uprto-Deac
V . . -k. ' . O .1
J Sets of 250 HP Stirling
3 Sets of GREENS
Economises for same.
1 Set of GREEN'S
Economiser, 400 tubes.
Lot of FOWLER STEAM
PLOW spares and extras.
1 Set of FOWLER STEAM
PLOWS (16 rIP) complete.
1 BURLEY DRILL Outfit
complete with Air Compressor
and 40 HP Boiler.
Lot of 4" Piping 15,000 feet
24" Water Pipe ijOOO feet.
Material for J'6" Water Pipe
Fine Lot of California Mules
All the above can be had at
C. BREWER & CO., LTD.,
Ths Erenlnf DulUUn, 71 oenu p
FOR MANILA HARBOR
Twenty of the 3Jd Infantry In an en
gagement on the -1st Inst., In Uatuu
provlnco had one man killed and four
The Phlfkpplne ConimlHlon, gf which
Judge TaftUs president today pawed
eight; .bills if rnlnqrMmportunbe', one
providing fbr cfvll increase of salaries
of several municipal officers, Including
school teachers, appropriating 7u00 In
gold for the construction of a garbage
crematory at Manila and for tho re
organization of the auditor's oltke.
-VTbe Wright bill, asking for a million
dollars In gold for the completion of
Spain's plans for Manila- hitrbor Im
provements,,, elicited comment from he
represent&ureoul Manila s internation
al Chamber of Commerce, to the ef
fect that as the merchants hud long
be W paying a special imposts fund to
this end, the merchants should belong
to the Board controlling the construc
tion and that as the United States had
collected $3,000,000 blnco the occupation
by Imposts for harbor laproements,
he failed to see the necessity for the
appropriation of Insular funds and sug
gested the use of a special fund. Tho
discussion, was deferred until Friday,
TOM KBATING DEAD.
Lexrngfon, Ky Oct. I? Thomas II
Keating, after a week of scvero Illness.
died here this morning at 7:30 o'clock.
At tho close of the trotting meeting
this afternoon hundreds of horsemen
assemblifiHn' tho (Judgec' stand at tho
fair grounds to hear a tribute to tho
dead turfman by Cojonel John It. Al
len, tho noted a'ttorn'ey uLd member of
tbe board of directors.
I A Rubber Heeled :
I Calf Skin Shoe tor :
,seif seseej '
Just the thing you
I are looking for.
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
McINERNi SHOE STORE.
New Printed Dress Goods.
Yard wide good weight and style 10c. yd
Handsome cloth, choice colorings and
' swell aptterns. I2jc. yd
u New dark coloiings.a good vhing for the
commf cool months, 15c, IOc, 8lAc. yd
Aiade to stand the severest tests mlauria-
ry a choice article forwaisf'br
iv gown . 2uc. ya
An imported fabrjc,- in pinks, blues and
:'V rHavendtr ,onJ, value 40Ci 25c. yd
Simile Frehch Foulards
One of the new productions that make
you wonder how cotton can be
made to look so much like silk .. . 37 he. yd
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
510 Fort Street Telephone 436
Helen Brewer Alnn Hurt.
Tho second mate of tho -Helen llrcw
cr had his leg broken nto.ml his ship
this morning. IIo was standing at his
post between decks whlto tho discharg
ing of freight was going un. A bag of
bran becumo loosened from tho sling
and fell. It struck the second mate,
lightly on the face and then hit his
left leg with such force, that It was
broken. Tho patrol nitron wits sent
fur and the injured man was removed
to tho hospital.
OF INTEREST TO
WE ARE SILLING
Those now keeping house or about to
do w who ha e 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 BereUnia Streets.
HONOLULU STOCK UXCHANGH
Honolulu, October 23, 1900,
NAME OF STOCK
C. Brewer & Company.
American sugar t-o.t. 1,500,000
Ewa Plantation Co 3,000.000
Hamoa Plantation Co tr j 000
HawillinAgrkulturalCo, t ,000,000
Hawaiian Com & Su Co.i 9,,it,?)o
Hawjliin Sugar Co 1 1 ocooo
Honomu buxt Co . 75vy
HonokaaSugar Co .' tonooo
Haku Sugar Co . I jor 000
Kanuku riamation 1.0 ;oouuo
Kamalo Sug Co, pJ up
Klhel P.Co.LtJ rlup
Klahutu Sugar Co
Koloa Sugar Co
Kona Sugar Co . a
Maunatel Sugar Co at
Maunaltl Su Co pj up
" ' p4 up
uinu sugar (.0 ,
Onomta Sugar Co.
0kala Sugar Plan Co
Olaa SuCo.UJ, pi up)
Paauhau Su Plan Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Plantation Co
Pepeekeo Sugar Co
Walalua Agr. Co.. at)
WaliluaAgr Co, pi up j
Vacation is over
and School has
No more lunches at home for a time. There are many ways of carrying lunch,
but only one convenient and practical method, an J that Is to use the
Patent Folding Lunch Box
This looks like a Camera and folds Hat when empty which enables you to
strap It tosether u Ith your books, or put It in our pocket.
I hey are WATEKPHOOF and the
.Price Is 25 cents euch
Willuku Sug.r Co .
W.lmci Mill Co
Wllirr Stum, Mo Co
Inttr-Ulini Sltim N Co
llloallin Ll.ttflc Co
Hon Hrl3 r.M-.nJCc
Hon Sl.im Ljiunlrv.
MaluhaCoflrrCo LJ .J
Oihu Mv & Land Co
Ptopl. ICI St K I t -,
H.wallanGov 6 per tent
Hawaiian Gov, ftt crnt
nno K K.o oprrctn1
Ewa I'lantat n 6 ptr cen
Mrti. StcliJeniunn'B LffcctH
An Inventory of the personal effects B.
Sse tiiem displayed In our front window'
5 W. W- Dimond & Co. Ltd; 5
fi IMPORTERS OF Crockery, Glass and House Furnishing Goods.
AGENTS -Territory of Hawaii
Detroit Oewel Stoves,
furnan wicwiess mue r-iame stoves,
Double Ovated Granite l-on Ware,
M ra a pa ie . fa to Pa ra R n Ku K tana j Ki iq rRa tato K )j m
SHREVE & 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. Goods will be sent on
wm succeed Knut. selection to those known to the tirm, or who will furnish satisfactory
wnshiiiKtun, Oct .12. Hear Admiral references In San Francisco.
Silas Cufeey, ut present commandant nt . , r 11 1 f"f (
iRuouiaudnaiyyar.. Pennsjiuin- Jewelers. Iiold and Si verware (tlaniifactnrer;.
ww..w.w..7 --,-, .,.W.W..W1w.i,
of the late Miu Strlgcmatm was taken
nt tho pollco station this morning.
They wcio then handed over to the fa
ll i o r of tho Ionian VHcTJins been np
ttolnted admlnlstrntor. Included tn tho
nrtlcles una n pnrso In which wero lhc
teoler enrtridges, a brutes rlnK an
$8.G7 In change. !
1 ,0 JO.OUO
1 5000c. I
t , 001
Kahuku riant. 6 rcr ctnt
Uanu st LanJ
.. ft t
Sales io Walalua.. illo.oo: o Walalua.
French Ladles In Court.
Two Trenth ladles uppcared In tbe
Police Court this mornlnt; on u charKQ
not new- to tbem. Attorney Strauss
asked for a continuance until Thurs
day. It Is understood that this Is done
In order to allow the Indies to take a
steamer for other cllues tomorrow.
Mr. Strauss did not say this In Court
but Judge Wilcox asked some pointed
questions nnd uas soon In possession
of tho facts. Tho Sheriff lus agreed to
Kite tbe ladles a cliuiue to Kit an ay.
hi, bus been selected to Miccccd Hear
Admiral Kuutz as commander of to '
1'aclflc station upon tho latter retlr
ment. In the near future.
Mnrlict O Pout HtB., 8. I!.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices lurnlshed un receipt of request. We have
the largest manufactory of welry and Silverware west of New York City, and are
prepared to furnish special designs.'
In a certain city Hat the wall paper
had grown ery dingy, lint tho land
lord bail persistently refused to replace
It. At last tho tenant Mid tn bis wife:
"It's no use, Julia; p shall hae to
put on somo new paper ut our tut u ex
pense." "And take all the trouble to scrape
off tho old?"
"Certainly not. We'll put It on right
over tho other."
"John! And mnko the rooms small
er stmt" ,i
p. I' '. V
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
''" -jn center, Sofa and Door Wats, Halland Stair Carpet in Tapestrv, Velvet Pile and Body-
' Brussels in great variety v; .-. . 5,. ." . ,
Japanese Jute Rugs, Straw Mats and Matting "A
Linoleum Oilcloth, Cocoa Fibre Matting, Door Mats,
always on hand at
E. W. Jordan.
No. 10 Fort Street.
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