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THF EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I.,' THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1900.
IN LARGE VARIETY.
Black anJ RalvanlseJ, In any length:
li Inch to i Inch thick.
Dijton's makeja big supply on htnd.
Paints and Oils
Manila and Sisal from U Inch to 6
Rice Plows anJ Breaking Plows.
Fort St., 'opposite Spreckels Bank.
These lamps burn In such a manner that
the combustion Is almost perfect and for
this reason the light Is magnificently
criiiiani, smoKeiess aim ouoness,
The lamps are absolutely safe It being
id v mpossmieioexpioje.
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 Irresistible.
The Angle Lamp accomplishes per
fect Illumination. It presents an oppor
tunity of securing a light that Is easily
operated and more brilliant than gas or
electricity with no more heat at a mere
fraction of thelrcost. 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. II. Davits & Co., Ltd.
Merchants and Commission Agents,
Agents for Grant Powder Co.,
Koenr Harbor Lime at Cort
The man that is content to whis
per down a well,
Abont the kind and quality of
goods he has to sell, -
Will never make one-half as
As he who climbs a tree and
I.J. H " "
LL ABOUT THE NICE
Serves every morning and noon
In Its cool lanal, and which only a first
ch Bakery could afford, to furnish at the
price. Rooms reserved for ladles.
We make up lunches, also cold sliced
ham, cheese and sardine sandwiches, In
any quantities, for basket picnics.
HEW ENGLAND BAKERY,
Ring up 'Phone 74.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Camara & Co. can now bo found on
Alakea street between Kins and Mer
The Grand Prix
R'ht Diploma of Honor
lht poulM awari.)
WAS WON UY
The Smith Premier
I MIS award, maJe fcy an Intern ittofu) Jury of Iwentyflvt tnBtteri,wai
at a ftlng( on polnti, Higher than any tl int other twenty typewriter
In tomretltlon, anJ tjuotlar from the Jury'i report wa given "for general
superiority of canitructlon an J efficiency at the highest ratlog.
1 9 m
The Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
Syracui,, N. Y.
I The Remington secured a gold
I Medal as a Second Prize.
Mr Hermann Mleih who It an experience!
X tirewrlter itralrtr. hat taktn full inaretoi
X this tranche the tulne Wt art reaiy ti
V gKt quotations on Smith Premier machlres
& or titlmatct on repair work on any class of
$ aW Secondhan4 machines taken in ex
af Stock of No t ani No 4 machine
if constantly on ban J, an J genera) supplies.
8 MACHINES RENTED.
C. W. Macfarlane,
Leather Goods ! !
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
MUSIC AT WAIK1KI INN
The Nlllinu Is receiving slight re
pairs at the Fort street wharf.
Commodore Deckle)- did not lenvo
as purser of the Klnati Tuesday
Dr. Raymond left his wife and child
at Kan Francisco to remain some time.
There are live or six sailing vessels
aboul due at this port from San l'ran-
iff't.MB. .Ill I.- . H.t Hl.Hnn It 1
llirit VI1 UU U DaiU Ui 1U111IU9 II Vll"
nesuay, 'too 3lst Inst. See ..Morgans
II. W .Atkinson Is finishing up the
Industrial statistics of these Islands
for the U. S. census.
Cards are out for an "at home" at the
Neumann home from 8 to 10 p. m. on
the evening of the 31st Inst.
Tlio Zealandla sails for fan Francisco
at 4 p. m. today, taking the Shrlncrs
back t othclr various homes.
The. Amy Turner Bulled for San
Francisco late yesterday afternoon,
carrying a full cargo of sugar.
SUNDAY AFTERNOON and EVENING
Drummers and buglers to take part
In this evening's parade will meet at
tho drill shed promptly nl 7 o'clock.
Tho Noenu was to have got away
on her regular route this morning but
tills plan was changed and she will not
sail until tomorrow at 9 a. m.
Walter J. Morrison, a paxBengcr from
this port In the S. C. Allen, dlod aboard
that vessel October 10, while on tho
way from this port to San Francisco.
Dr. Olcn Wood, who has been on n
visit to his brother, A. .11. Wood of II.
Walerhouse & Co., leaves for home 'as
a guest of the Shrluera Iir'the Zealan
dla. 1 l
According to late Coast Vaperslho
transport Conemaugh was to leave San
Francisco for Manila, via this. port,
October IS. Sift! Should be In tomor
row or Saturday.
A bridge, ferry or baloon service
or even a fairly respectable crossing
.would lie a great boon It established
across King Btrcct between the Capitol
and the Courthouse.
A Rubber Heeled i
Calf Skiri Shoe for !
OF INTEREST TO
WL ahl silling
Just the thing you
are looking for.
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
MclNERM SHOE STORE.
New Printed Dress Goods.
VANPRAAG, SHARP and STICKNEY
Over a hundred Shrluers, their wives
and chlldicn spent yesterday In a drive
to the Fall. There was .1 very heavy
wind and the ladles wcrJ made a bit
uncomfortable but tho ti.p was thor
Tho Zealandla Is gaily dressed In
flags and pennants today by way of
saying farewell to Hawaii ncl on be
half of tho Shrlncrs and (heir families,'
whoso visit here has bom a continued
round of pleasure.
While walking home from school the
other day, the little daughter of Rich
ard Daly, tho sergeant-at-nrms at Re
publican headquarters, fell and sprain
ed her nnkle. She was attended by Dr.
Howard. Tho little girl t.i doing welt
and will bo able to get about again In
a few dayB.
Tho Sheridan Is scheduled to sail
from San Francisco November 1C, nor
repairs mid alterations having been
nearly completed. Sho w 111 call nt this
port und (ilium on her way. to Manila.
It Is estimated that tho Sheridan, when
alterations are completed, will bo able
to carry 1812 soldier as well as !i3
3 Sets -of 35O HP Stirling
J Sets of GREENS
Economises for same.
1 Set of GREEN'S
Economise!-, 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 1?, 000 (eei
24" Water Pipe ijOOO feet.
Ahterial for J6" Water Pipe
Fine Lot of California Mules
All the above can be had at
a bargain. :
C. BREWER & CO., LTD.;
' ETC., ETC.
A fine Sampla line-
0. H. Broyr.ri,"-'
Is now open for business on Merchant
street, between Fort and Alakea s'reets.
t-stlmates made on everything In the
Phone, Main 48.
Gleaning ! j,
-UDIES SKIRTS CLEAND
Clothing Cl.in. J. pvri an! HrptlfeJ
3U1I3 mnUK IUUKUCK-
Fort Strut, ntir Kukul, anJ ntir Orpheum Tbetur,
aaTPrlct. Climlng ont uit, $i; Dyeing suit ftys
8HRINBRS -.'AT IIOMB."
A very enjoynble ovenlng was spent
abcj.inl J tlio Zealandla l:is night )y
botii tho Shrlners and their guests.
Tho shlji was beautifully decorated for
tho occasion. The reception wns hold
In the main H-iloon and tho dancing
took placo on the hurricane deck, lleu
nct's band furnishing the music. Tlioso
who received the Ruests of the ShriuorH
were as follows: Mis. A I'. Ilooth,
Mrs, T. II. Ilrown, .Mrs. .1. W. Ilurnham,
.Mrs. I.. DanuUlu, .Mrs. A, I'. (iupn, .MUa
(luiin, the Misses Urnmada, Mrs. S. K.
Neal, Mrs. Iryln, Mis; Schlndelcr, Mrs.
Stallman, Miss Floy Trussell, Miss
Mayme Tussell and Mrs. Clark Wise.
Yard wide good weight and style 10c. yd
Handsome cloth, choice colorings and
swell aptterns 1 2c. y d
' ' New darlc colou'ng.a good thing for the
cotnine cool months. 15c. , IOc. 8lAc. yd
" Aade to stand the severest tests in laund
ry a choice article for waist or
gown 20c. yd
" An imported fabric, in pinks, blues and-
lavender onlv, 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 .. . 37c. yd
Those now keeplnz house or about ?to
do so 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 tiXCIIANGH
Honolulu, October 25, 1000.
NAME OF STOCK
WHITNEY fir MARSH, LTD.
51Q Fort Street - Telephone 4G
Vacation is over
iU and School has
No more lunches at home for a time. There are many ways of carrying lunch,
but only one conenlent and practical method, an 1 that Is to use the
Patent Folding Lunch Box
This looks like a Camera and folds tl.it when emotv which enables vmi tn
strap It together with your books, or put It In our pocket.
They are WATEHPROOI' and the
Price Is 25 cents euch
Sj e them displayed In our front window
W. W. Dimond & Co; Ltd:
IMPORTERS OF Crockery, Glass and House Furnishing Goods.
SOLE AGENTS Territory of Hawaii-
Detroit Jewel Stoves,
Puritan Wlckless Blue Flame Stoves,
Double Ovated Granite l-on Ware,
SHREVE & 0., San Francisco,
To facilitate trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver all eoods
purchased 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 Cr Pont HtH.t K. I.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnfehed upon receipt of reJtiest. We have
the largest manufactory of Jewelry and Silverware wt of New York City, and .ire
prepared to furnish special design?.
C, Dftwtr it Compiny
Amf kin Sugar Co....
Ewa Plantation Co ...
Hamoa Plantation Co 1
Hawaiian AerlcuttiifalCo I
Hawaiian Com At Su Co.
Hawaiian Sugar Co
Honomu Sugar Co I
Honokaa Sugar Co
Haku Sugar Co
isanuKu riantation t.o
Kamalo Sug Co Lti a
, Kamalo Sug Co, pJ up
ninci i'iani.o ,LUtas
Kljahutu Sugar Co ...
Koloa Sugar Co . ..,
Kona Surar Co.. at
Maunalcl Sugar Co a
Maunalal Su Co ri un
wanurugar i.o ,
Onoma Sugar Co '
Ookala Sugar Plan Co.1
OlaaSu. Co., LtJ , ail
OlaaSuCo.LtJ pj up f
raiunau du, t'lan uo
Pacific Sugar Mill .
Pala Plantation Co ...
PfPff Uo Suir Tn I
Walalua Apr. Co.. ail
wanuKuugar -o .
Walmanalo Sugar Co
WllJr Stc atnihle Cn
. . . . r .
nwi.il ini ttiini vt n
Hawaiian Llrcirlc Co
Hon Strain Launlry
Mutual Tttmhnn Cn
People'a Ice & H'l'g Co
Hawaiian Gov 6prrcrnt
Hawallanfiov, jprr cent
H1I0 H R.Co. 6 ftr cent'
Ewa Planiat n 6 per rent
Kahuku Plant. 6 per cent
Oahu K At LanJ Lo.pr c
t ono.fjooj to
1 6ortooo' lou
I ,oixitono, to
T 50,010 loo
t, 50,000' iV
t, 400,000! tou
f JO.OoOl IOO
f J3,Orio IOO
t 9.nuo lo
S.flkM in TT7u.,fn stin if tiiir rt.
Haw 11 Sugar, H)5-fo: 10 I'lonter, $150.00.
O'SHliA GOT THRlill M0NTII8.
O'Shra, Ilic Ictlnmiw itallor who so
brutally iihsaiiltiil Turnkey .MelHiiphr
at tho pollc-o stntlun yesterday, appear
ed In the Police. Court tills morning
ontlie UocliarKcti of assault and bat
tery on a police officer and muucloui
Injury. Contrary to expectations, lis
pleaded Rullty to tho clmrKe of assault,
statiiiK that he did not know a thing
nbout what ho had done. JiiiIro Wilcox
calmly looked the man over and then
coiisIkiioI him to Oahli Jail for turto
On the charge of malicious Injury de
fendant wns bound over to tho Circuit
Court for trial.
i.t Ho l Street, II I
Kapa. Calahatrwi. Lrli. Natlvt Han, Hula Skuti.
VllhavMati. lant. Stiillt, SitJt, fclc . Ilom.mii.
Pal, conmntly on hanj TtLfcl'HO.M: ))
We. are shovin
lhe largest assortment of
We have evef handled at prices that cannot be repeated, as the present Duty oh these lines is prohibitive. They comprise
Tapestrv, Axminster, Kidderminster, Velvet Pile, Kingswood, Dag Dag, and Body Brussels '
' , 'in center,. Sofa and Door Mats, Hall and Stair Carpet in Tapestry, . Velvet Pile and Body
C .Z Bru'sjel? jh 'great: variety ,1 ;. .
fXC T xllfSr Ni -- , , -- . .
dapnuese ijuie 'xtugs, otraw jyats antt" Matting
Linoleum Oilcjoth, Cocoa Fibre Matting, Door Mats,
always on hand at
No. 10 Fort Street.