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TUP BVIiNINO BULLBTINl HONOLULU, H. I.,
IN LARUE VAWETY
Blick anJ ualvanUeJ, In any 'engtlii
X Inch to 'i Inch thick.
Dlston'j makja big supply on hind.
Paints and Oils
Manila and Slsil from 1 Inch to 6
Rice Plows and 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
brilliant, smokeless and odorleu.
The lamps are absolutely safe It being
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 trie appeal IS Irreslstable.
The Angle Lamp accomplishes per
feet Illumination. It preents an oppor
tunity of securing alight that Is easily
operated and more brilliant than gas or
electricity with no more heat at a mere
fraction of thtircost. 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
Koehr Harbor Lime or
The man (hat Is content to whis
per down a well,
About the kind and quality of
coods he has to sell,
Will never make one-half as
As he who climbs a tree and
LL ABOUT THE NICE
Serve even morning and noon
lit Its cool lanal, and which only a ftrt
cl.m Bakery 'could afford to furnish at the
price. Rooms reserveTTor ladles.
We make up lunches, also cold sliced
ham, cheese and sardine sinJu Idles, In
any quantities, for basket picnics.
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY,
J. Oswald Lutted,
Ring up 'Phone 74.
Closing out .
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Lift
Uamara & Co. can now bo rounu on
Alakca street between King and Mcr
The Grand Prix
M (Th Diplomi of Honor-.
HlglM.t iwulblt ti )
WAS WON U
The Smith Premier
I HIS twiri, tnaJc fey n Internltlonil Jury of Iwtntyfiv mtmtrrs, wis
t a riling, on polnti Hlghtr than any of iht Mhtr Iwcn'y typerltrr
In cnmrtltlw( anJ quoting from llt Jury report wa given -lor general
superiority of construction and efficiency at tht hlghesl rating.
The Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
hyracutt, N. .t V S. A.
I The Remington secured a gold
I Medal as a Second Prize.
Mr Hermann Mkth who It an cxrcrlincei
X tPfHfltfr tepilrer. h titon full clurgto'
X thlt branch o tht tuine We art reiJtu
3 glt quout on on Smith I'remkr nucnlnt
2 cretimatc on rtpalr work on anyclJM il
jv . r'"'- woik iuiy Euaraninj,
V " Sconihan4 tnachlnvt taken In
Ht chin pa.
V: um- Stock et No t ani No 4 machine
Y CooiULtly on nan J, and gtneral tufplki,
? Sets of 350 HP Stirling
J Sets of GREENS Fuel
Economises for same.
1 Set of GREEN'S Fuel
Economises 400 tubes.
Lot of FOWLER STEAM
PLOW spares and extras.
1 Set of FOWLER STEAM
PLOWS (16 HP) comp ete.
.1 BURLEY DRILL Outfit
complete with Air Compressor
and 40 HP Boilfc'r.
Lot of 4" Piping 15,o6b feel'
24" Water Pipe qOOO feet.
Material for 36" Water Pipe
Fine Lot of California Mules
'All the above can; be had at
' -Qul-Ety STREET.
C. H. Brown,
' Is nowiopen for business on jflercliant
street, between Fort and Alakea s'reets.
(Estimates made on everythlnz In the
Phone, Mwln 48.
ARE YOU DEAF??
Kmr kind of itrafnr and difficult liear
Itiff rAit ! rurrU bf our new Invention; only
thoao hiving teen born deaf are Incurable. Xolti
In ihiirceaeitt uiirt. send particular about
Four care. Onau'tMlon urn! nrtjlct free, Kverj
on ran cure ntmlf at bl owu home at Terr
OIR. DALTON'S AURAL CLINIC,
m UaillaATCDue. CIIICAOO, ILL., U.S.A.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Frigid Few-Fates to counteract thin
torrid weather at Benson Smith &
Co.'s cool corner fountain.
There will be a big meeting of Oaliu
Lodgo No. 1, K. of P. at 7:30 this
evening. Work In the third degrecc.
The bark C. D. liryant In the Hawa
iian Lino was on che boards to sail
from San Francisco for tnlf iort on the
19th Inst. . i -'"'
R. V. Anderson, ono of tho oung
men of Bishop & Co.'s bank was n
passenger In the Mauna I o.i today. lie
Is off on a well deserved vacation trip.
F, D. Haskell was arrested lust night
on the charge of larceny In the second
degree. It Is complained that he stole
twenty-five cents' worth of cigars from
Ah Leong. v- ' '
LOCAL AND GENERAL
MUSIO AT WAIK1K1 INN
liny wanted. Beo Wonts column.
C'nptnln Hpcmor Is li.irk from Kutml
V. J. Nalmlc mill bride left fur Kuiin
In the Mnuiin lo.i today.
Two new brick stores nro for rent.
8co Tn Let column nn luge 8,
The (Jin-en has taken the place of the
Zenlahillii lit the Oceanic wharf.
A furnished house In wanted by a
good tenant. Head the Want column.
Koine flooring mid sli'ngtcs nre for
sale. Hec For Sale column on page 8.
Tho Juniors of tho Y. M. O. A. will
spend tho day tomorrow nl Mauna I. on.
Tho Mauna l.oa did not get nwny mi
her usual route until about 2 p. jn.
The Knual went to Nllhaii on her last
trip, arrltlng buck today with 250 head
Itev. John Wnlnron wilt ndilrcss the
men's meeting In the Y. M. C. A. rooms
at 4 p. m, on Sunday.
i:. O. Hall & Bon have just rrccUcd
a shipment of ladles' Columbia chain
less blcjcles. See nd,
II. Wollers and Hcv. 0. P. Kmcrson
were among the nrrlviU from Knual
ports la the Kauai tills morning.
SUNDAY AFTERNOON and EVENING
The bark Maunn Ala 1:1 the Spreckels
Line sailed from San Francisco for this
port, October 17, with n full cargo of
In the horse sale to tnkn place at the
Stock Yards tomorrow it 12 o'clock
noon, there will be several Nut Orove
and Duke Spencer'colts.
Physicians report ,1 prevalence of
dread pneumonia In the city, the causa'
being the recent chungefin tho weather
from oppressive heat to' copious show-
Mrs. Curtnmr, wlfuut the captain of
tho trnnlnort V)eftld, was. jobbed of
(3S5 Just as the vessel 'vas lea Ing San
Francisco for this port. The police nre
looking Into the matter.
Tho temporary government dispen
sary on Miller street is helng altered
so that the rooms may be furnished
with. some air. The heat in the place
has been almost unbearable
The llergstrom Music Co. arc dis
posing of a ttianllty of second hand
pianos, many as good ae new. The
prices on these Instruments ure posi
tively tho lowest ever offered to tho
In the Police Court this morning,
Kane was charged with Indecent ex
posure on King street nt midnight last
night. As the case was not a ery se
rious one, the defendant was repri
manded and discharged.
VANPRAAG, SHARP and ST1CKNEY
The American schooner Kobert hew
ers came In from l'oit, l.udlcny this
morning with a full enrgu of lumber for
l.ewers & Cooke. She has been a long
time coming, hnvlng sailed from Port
l.udtow on September 30.
Geo. C. Ih-ekley left for I-ahalnu In
the Mauna I -on today. He will catch
tho Klnnu tomorrow and rtliirn In her
to Honolulu. Mr. Hockley will do some
work In tho Interests of Hepubllcnu-
Ism while In Uiluilmi. Ho has already
done some good work here.
Among the departiip-s for Maul and
Hawaii lu tho Manila Lot today wero
tho following: S. Nowleln, T. II.
Lyons -mid wife, K. Krujp", C, K. Towt.
11. K. IVihail, M. F. Scott Matt Mc
Cann, W. A. Wall. C. It. Lindsay, Mrs.
S. Kuuhnne, W. J. Iowrle anil wife,
Mrs, A. W. Nccly, II. Wolters and I..
The casa of Marlu U'.ilmers, charged
with selling liquor without n license,
wns to have como up' In tho Pollcq
Court this mornng but Attorney Cor
rea nntiouncert that tho womau ' was
still ill1 In bed, making it Impossible
for her tn appear. Tho rsse was con
tinued until Friday next. On account
of tliB fiequent continuances, Judge
Wlleiix remarked that, lu easu the wo-1
man was bedridden, he would like to
know It, , i
o r) y o
A Rubber Heeled
Calf Skin Shoe Tor
Just the thing you f
I are looking fo
WI All! SMIIVi
HclNERHY SHOE STORE.
New Printed Dress Goods.
Tho.e now keeping houss or about to
do v who have not the capital to lay In
a complete lot of furniture are enableJ In
1 flll U'9, t fllll.l. I tldl. I.rtn.- 4, .n..ll
Call anJ Investlgite at the
We have received
. ashlprnent of...,
Veal Cutlets, Pork Cutlets,
Chicken a la Marengo,
Mscedolne Stew '
I! oast Lamb.
Chill Con Came.
WE ALSO HAVE A
FULL LIKE OF CEREALS. -
Cream of .Wheat, Flaked Rice, R. Cuts
Wheatlne, Breakfast Gem, Oermea.
Baker's Cocoas and Chocolates.
FULL LINE Of ..
CANDIES and CHOCOLATES.
SALTER S WAITV,
OKPHEU.U block, fortjstreet.
Yard wide good weight and style 10c. yd
Handsome cloth, choice colorings and
swell antterns 1 2.'.c. vd
' I New dark colo.ings, a good iliincr for the
' ' cominncool months, 15c, 10c., 8Jic yd
Aade tostmd the severest tests in laund
ry -jx choice article for waist or
gown 20c. yd
An imported fabric, in pinks, blues and
lavender onl, value -10c 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
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
;iq Fort Btreet-" "- -Telephone 4Vj
r ra y-a r-8 ru r m its Ba p na iu r
a Vacation is over
and School lias
2 commenced !
4' No more lunches at home for a time. There are many ways of carrying lunch,
out uniy one coiivciuriu unu Ji;i(.iitai ineuiuu, aiu uiai is 10 uc me
Pntent Folding Lunch Box
This looks like a Camera anJ folJs ll.it when empty which enables you to
strap It together Utli your books, or put it In our pocket.
1 hey are WATERPROOF ami the
jri rrnii nsirli
Price lei i!5 cents
Sse them Jlsplaj eJ In our front wlnJow
W. W, Dimond & Co. Ltd: z
IMPORTERS OF-Crockery, Glass anJ House Furnishing GooJs.
Fort and Beretania Streets.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, October 26. 1900.
NAME OF STOCK
C. Drtwtr fitComriny
American Sugtr Co,
Ewa Plintitlon Co
ntwtiini.om rmi u,o
IKmomu Sugar Co
Ha'ku Sjjf Co
isanuKu I'linianon ka
Kima'o "-up Lo IU x
Kanilo SutFjCo, pJup)
f. in 1 1 Ln lij r a up 1 1 i.?oo.
Koloa Sugar Co
Knna Suear Co
itiauniifi u uo
Nahlku Sue Co
Otllll ClIAtt n
Onomex Sugar Co
Ojkala Suear iMin Co
OUi Su. Co LU i(
U!a StiCo.U4.pJ up
Paauhau Su, (Man Co
Pacific Suar. Mill
Pa la Plantation Co .
Pepwkeo Surar Co
piofwr Mill co
1 150,0,,, )oj
Walalua Aer. Co.. ail
Walluku Suar Co
Walmanalo Surar Co
Walmta Mill Co
WIMrr StramiMp Co
f 'joo.nn JO
too mo' loo
,trt .mn. IOO
I.1JO.OOP loo I4tH
t .00,000 lOOj
n.onc I loo
IrjItr-lilanJ Sl.am N Col
Iftwallan I lecirk Co
rion Mfam Launjr i
Mutual Telrehon. Co
r.opi. t ct K I K l-ol
Hawaiian Gov. 3 per ccnt)
HawI I'oilSav jlrrr
H1I0 H K.Co. 6prr cent
Ewa I'lantat n 6 pr c.nii
itanuMU ,'iani o
Oahu l t LanJ
loi nan! loo
to,fro.t loo, toaH
1)9 nin 10
AGENTS Territory of Haall-
Detroit Jewel Stoves,
Puritan Wickless Blue Flame Stoves,
Double OvateJ Granite I'on Ware,
E PA fa amticilfirg Tympana Pam fta fa m la nei 1 Biium Ha
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco,
aTo facilitate trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver all goods
purchased or ordered ol 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 & PuHt tH 8. V.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices funiMitd upon receipt of request. We have
the largest manufactory o( Jewelry and Silverware uett of New Yoik City, and are
prepared to lumlsli special design'.
Siles ii Hawaiian Sugar, $195 00; io
Hawaiian Suc.ir. Jhh.oj.
GOT WHAT HE DESERVED
Jnck McVeigh Is ono nf the happiest
men In town today and he Iuih u good
right to bo for, hy tho Inst mull from
tho Coast, he received nn olllclal com
miinli'iitlon from Anslntnnt Secretary of
tho Treasury O, I.. SpnuMlng. appoint
ing Mm Hiipcrlnlendent In tho United
Stalca Mnrlno Hospital Service for duty
ut tho iiurnntlne Btntlon. A lllieral
salary Is attached. Superintendent Me
Velgli will como directly mder I)r. Car
mlchael. Certainly no more popular uppolnt
meiu (ould have hcen made. No other
man In tho Islands Is better milted (or
tho position of superintendent nt tho
iiiurnntlno station than Mr. McVeigh
for he has served hlx apprenticeship
there with honor and It 11 cm h his liusl
nesH llioroughly. Ills f,,cniltt unite lu
(ongrattihitlng him on lilt, good fortune
hut feel that ho h.in received nothing
more, than he desered.
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 comprise1
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 ,'.,
Japanese Jute Rugs, Straw Mats and Matting
Linoleum Oilcloth, Cocoa Fibre Matting, Door Mats,
always on hand at '
E. W. Jordan,
No. 10 Fort Street.