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.BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. -I MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, "1900.
IN URGE VARIETY
Black and galvanised, In any lengths
H inch to ii Inch thick.
Dlston's make; a big supply on htnd.
Distort Saws -'
Paints and Oils
Manila and Sisal from
Rice Plows and Breaking Plows.
Inch to 6
QFort St., opposite Spreckcls 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 odorless.
The lamps are absolutely safe It being
simply Impossible to ekplole. i,,
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 Irresktable.
The Ahfile Lamp accomplishes pep
feet Illumination. It preents an oppor
tunity of securing alight that Iseasllv
operated and more brilliant than gas or
electricity will) no m.re neat 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. Davies & Co., Ltd.
.Merchants and Commission Agents,
Agents for Grant
The man that is content to whis
per dowu a well,
About the kind and quality of
goods lie has to sell.
Will never make one-half as
As he who climbs a tree
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 (hi
price. Kooms reserved lor lames. '
We make up lunches, also cold sliced
ham, cheese and sardine smdwlches, In
any quantities, for basket picnics.
Ring up 'Phone 74.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
M .'K O
Camara & Co. can now bo found on
Alakea street between King and Mer
(Tw Do)IomTf Honor
Hlshfrt Bottir-tt awari.)
WAS WON BY
The Smith Premier
HIS award, uu.lt by an International Jury of twenty fiva memten, waa
arif Itlnf , on pofmaHlgrwr hartny oTtKe hr fornty lypawrlfcra
frl cnmtttltlnn, nJ quoting from the jury' a report waa Elvtn "(or general
superiority ol construction ani flic lent)'" the highest rating.
The Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
)racuie, n. t., u. . a.
.MUSIC AT WA1KIKI INN
Mrs, Tewksbury Is out of the nsylum
A feather cape has been lost. See
Lost column on pngo S.
A Chlncso driver has made his ap
pearance on one of the tramways rum.
The annual meeting of the Koloa Su
gar Co. will ho held the 31st. See no
tice under, f!ev T.oday.
The annual meeting of the Klpahulu
Sugar Co. will he held the 31st. S"9
notice under New Today.
Hon. A. S. Cloghorn has been con
fined to his home for a week or so un
der the cure of Dr. Murray.
Curious groups are watching the
operation of drilling coral rock for
blasting with compressed nlr apparatus
In the Young building .excavations.
i;. O. Hall & Son have been appointed
agents for Cleveland bicycles. Tfiey
nre now opening up a big consignment
of these high grade wheels Just receiv
ed. The members of the Kamohatuc-ha
Alumni Association were given 11 re
ception at the home of the principal of
Kamchamcha Saturday evening. A
very pleasant time was spent. ,
SUNDAY AFTERNOON and EVENING
In connection with one of the cases
In the I'ollce Court this morning1, Judt,c
Wilcox remarked that Hanrahan, the
ofllcer who had mado the arrest in
question, had retired to private life.
P. J. Russell has been admitted to the
pracllcjvcf law la the courts of this
Territory. Ho Is a native of California,
In which Stato he has been a prac'l
ttoncr.. His personal certificate la
signed by Paul Neumann ana C. II. lltl
Una. Among the arrivals from Hawaii Jiiil
Maul ports in the Klnati Ha tm day af
ternoon were the following: If. I.ud
loff and wife, Wulter Hyman, C. T, IM,
.Mrs. Hubert 1'arker Jr.. C. II. "Koj
nnd ulty, 3. Nowlein, .Mrs. a. K. Staltli
les nil Jl. McOlntilH.
II. U. Cooper Secretary of the Ter
ritory, nnd V. i:. Hon ell, Asslstiut
Superintendent of I'ublie Works, arc
making a round, of tho polling places
with Wrny Taylor; Registrar of Kit -
tlons, this afternoon to arrange for con
struction of tho booths, etc.
Joo Thompson got in a mlx-up at the
corral In Iwltcl Saturday night. II
accused one of the occupants of re
lieving him of $3. The police olllccr In
charge of the place told Thompson to
leave but he didn't see It that way and
assaulted tho woman In question. Ills
little Indiscretion cost him JC nnd costs
In the Pollco Court this forenoon.
I The Remington secured a gold
I Medal as a Second Prize.
Mr Hermann Mirth who It an experience.
X hrewrlter frralrer. haatik n full charct'i
j this branch o the butlneM Wa art reaJ to
t, give quotations n Stilih ('rentier machine
& ur estimates on repair work on any cuss ol
.& ijrtwrners. wujk miiy guaranteed
l A Cf.nJ.hani1 Mirhinui ffclitn 1. a.
fV Stock ol No a an4 No 4 machine t
comtantly on hanJ, ana general supplies.
C. W. Macfarlane,
J Sets of 250 HP Stirling
3 Sets of GREENS
Economises for same.
1 Set of GREEN'S
Economises 400 tubes.
Lot of FOWLER STEAM
PLOW spares and extras.'
1 Set of FOWLER-STEAM
PLO.WS (16 tP) compete.
1 " BURLEf DRILL" 16iitfft
complete with Air Compressor,
and 40 HP Boiler.
Lot of 4" Piping 1,000 feet
24" Water Pipe j000 feet.
Material for-J6" WaterPipe
1000 feet. ,
Fine Lot of California Mules
All the above "can be, had at
C. BREWER SCO., LTD.,,
y4 QUEEN STRBET.
THE HAWAII HERALD.
EX S. S. QUEEN
We have received
a shipment of
Veal Cutlets, Pork Cutlets,
Chicken a la Marengo,
Chill Con Came.
WE ALSO HAVE A . .
FULL LIKE1 OF CEREALSr
VIZ: ' ,
Cream.of Wheat, Flaked Rice, R. Oats
Wheatlne, Breakfast Gem, Germea.
Baker's Cocoas and Chocolates.
FULL LINE OF
CANDIES and CHOCOLATES.
SALTER & WAITY,
OKPHEUM BLOCK, FORT STREET
The teams vore. as
PUBLISHED IN HlLO.
Is a pretty
good paper for
2.50 per an
In advance, -
who use Its c
Tb Erenlni Bulletin, T cent pr
College Boya Win
The plucky IolanI team of association
football players beat the Honolulusl
Saturday to tho tune of to 1, The,r
only score made )lftbf latttcr wrbii
ine beginning or tne nrut nair. iTom
that ttmo on, the college bo)spluyiI
a rinnlng game.
Honolulu Goal, Anderson; backs,
Fuller, Lennox; halves, Cockbuni,
Reardmore, McLean; forwards, Usborn,
Durnlngham, Catton, Lunsdnlo ornl
IolanI College Goal, Ault; back3,
Willis and Ah Hun; halves, M, Ander
sen, Andrews, K. Fook; forwards,
Smithies, Blackman, T. Andersen, 'Btl
ster Ah Sang.
A Rubber Heeled
Calf Skin Shoe for
Just the thing you
are looking for.
OF INTEREST TO
Wl arl srxLiNo
A GOOD INVESTiVET.
MclNERM SHOE STORE.
Those now keeping; house or about Is
do so who have not the capital to lay In
a complete lot of furniture are enabled in
thl way to furnish their homes at a smjD
Call and Investigate at the
New Printed Dress Goods.
.Yard wide good weight and style 10c. yd
Handiome cloth, choice colorings and
' ?i ' 'iwell aptterns I2ic. yd
y New dark colo,ings, a good vhing for the
coming cool months, 15c, 10c, 8c. yd
Aade to stand the everest tests in laund
rya 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
Fort and Beretania Streets.
HONOLULU STOCK UXCHANCB
Honolulu, October 29, toco.
NAME OH STOCK
C. Brtwtr 8c Company
ADIIMi'lll iia r fn T . ,
Ewa pUntition Co .. ).aio,aoa oj
Hamoi Plantation Co tT).ooo ';
HawalianAftrlculturalCo 1,0000) '
Hawaiian Com h Su Co a,)n.Tyi "
VANPRAAG, SHARP and STICKNEY
Kahana, a nathc lad, aged about IS
appeared In the police Court this foro
noon on tho charge of drunkenness.
The arrest was mado by Odlccf K,i
wnlnea. The defondant pleaded oi
guilty nnd then flatty accused tbe olll-
eer of drunkenness. A two otWr-po.
Ilcemcn were witnesses of the young
man'B condition, there was but -ono
thing to do and the defendant's fln6T
2 and cost. 'iVr '
it turns out. turn tnere was a moro
determined attempt to burn the "Wai"
niea, Kaiuil, saloon tban was at nrafrc
ported In this papcri The Incendiary
had thoroughly saturated tho floor
with kerosene. It Is no fonger believ
ed that tho person who deliberately
knocked at the door of tbo Inmates of
the place In order' to waken them but
that In trying to get awayjhq stumble-)
and rel" ilun Inst tho door.
All day tomorrow, the eight Kings?
.bury pianos will be on exhibition at
Morgan's salesroom, 33 Queen strce'r.
Theso uro all now and are warranted in '
i(ood condition. Intending purchasers
ire welcqme to Inspect and try tbo
instruments. Tho sale takes plate
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
;iq Fort Street Telephone 436
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2 1; . 0
g vawuuuii i5 uvcr p
C nnrl Srhnnl has. Hit?
a r".lT,j t ' v
CUII1II1C1ICCU i 1
fl No more lunches at home for a time. There are many ways of carrying lunch, jj
!J but only one convenient and practical method, anJ that Is to use the j
: Putenc Folding Lunch Box
t ' ", w
n v This looks like a Camera and folds flat when empty which enables you to tj
' strap It together with your books, or put It In our pocket. "
tfMw vjTluyare WATEHPROOH and the E
B.ix Price Is QH cents euch 2
"' ' Sse. them displayed In our front window "
S W. W. Dimond & Co; Ltd: J
IMPORTERS OF Crockery, Class and House Furnishing GooJs.
SOLE AGENTS Territory of Hawall-
Uetrolt Jewel btoves,
1 Gumev Kefrieerators.
Puritan Wlckless Blue Flame Stoves,
Double Ovated Granite Iron Ware,
Hawaiian Suear Co
Haiku Supar Co
Kahuku Plantatlnn Co
KamaloSup Co Lli a
Katnalo Su Co, pi up
Klhel P Co.LtJ ri up
Koloa Sujfar Co
Kona Suear Co . at
Maunalcl Sugar Co. a
Maunaltl Su Co ri up
' ' " t)J ut
vynu urir o 1,
Unomfj SuarCo . .
Ookala Surir Plan Ca
Olaa Su. Co . LtJ.. at I
Paauhau Su Plan Co
Pacific Suear Mill
Pala Plantation Co .
Ptprtkfo Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co
WafaluaAcr. Co, ail
Walalua Ajjr.Co. pJ up
n iiiuku sugar k,q
Walmanalo Sugar Co I
Wilier Sttarmhlp Co , 1
tnterItani Steam N Co
Hawaiian LI ec trie Co
Hon Steam Launiry
Mutual Teterhone Co '
MakahaCofTreCo Li pJ
Ptople'i ce & R f c Co,
Hawaiian Gov 6 per cent
Hawaiian Gov, j per tent
Haw ft PoitSavaMperc
Hilo R R.Co. 6pf cent
Ewa Plantain 6 per rent
Kahukii Plant 6 per rent
TJOuoj too' IJ7H
t orm,onoi '
no ' o!
. t,a 50,000
1 00 1 ,
Sile 10 Oihu,
Si 50.00; 10 Pioneer,
1 1 50.00.
PURDY TO STAY IN HILO.
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 transDortatlon to
Wednesday, tho 3ist at io o-cioek . m. . Honolulu, or returning same to San Francisco. Goods will be sent on
and purchasers will lmvc tbo bonent ., ,unr.a b, .u nm ...v,n ,.,m .ui. -n.i.......
j-0 acicbiiuu iu muot miumi iu in& nun, ui nnu run luiiuau aauaiabiury
reierences in san rrancisco.
Jewelers, Gold, and Silverware Manufacturers,
York City, and are
of the following favorable terms:
io bo paid In eush, $10 per month until
iho balaneo Is BettlQd
Fine Job Printing at
Hilo, Oct. 23. V. A. Purdy. nrst
muiuiRcr of the Hilo branch ol tb
First American Hank, retires from 111
position today and will be succeeded
by Norman I.. Hulsted, brother of Mrv
Dr. Held. During tho ten months cC
Major Purdy's resldenco In Hilo he has
won tho conddence of the public and
become a social favorite and n populir
business man. He will probably reman
In Hilo, though he Is as yet undecldr.L
Ills suciyssor, Mr. Hnlsted, Is a bright
iii"K man who begun his buslnu
career lth tho firm of St. S. (Irlnbaun
& Co., of Honolulu, afterward associat
ing himself ulth Ulsbop & Co. IIp,n
tho retirement of Sir. Hoyd from the
Plrst American ll.ink ho was Installs!
In his place. 1Mb transfer to the man
agement of tho Hilo branch of tlu bank
Is n merited promotion. Herald.
Market & Dost 8tH 8. V.
Dulletlo the larftest manufactory' of Jewelry and Silverware west of New
prepared to lumlsn special designs.
Tho annual meeting or tbe I.Ihue
Plantation Co. will bo. hvld the 3 In.
See notice under New Today.
We are showing
the largest assortment of
EI XT 11 OPEAN n. UG8
We have ever handled at pricesthaf 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 CaTpeT in Tapestrv, Velvet Pile and Body
Brussels in great variety ". ' i
Sirs. F. V. Hankey arrived In tho
Mlowera Saturday, Mr. and Sirs. Han
key are stopping at tbe Waiklkl Inn.
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.
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