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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1900...
IN LARGE VARIETY
Black and galvanlsej, In any length:
H Inch to i Inch thick.
Dlston's inake;a bit; supply on hand.
Paints and Oils
Manila and Sisal from U Inch to 6
Rice Plow and Breaking Plows.
Fort St.. opposite Spreckels Bank.
' Another Largo
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 limps are absolutely safe It being
simply Impossible to e.plo:e.
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 Lnmp accomplishes per
fect Illumination. It presents an oppor
tunity of stcurlng alight that Is easily
operated and more brilliant than gas or
electricity wltn no mreneat at a mere
fraction of thelrcost. It provides a lamp for
Homes, stores, offi.es. factories, halls.
libraries, hotels and churches, that Is
Ideal in every way.
mepuDiic is coroiany invited to can
and Inspect these lamps.
Theo. II. Davies & Co., Ltd.
.Merchants and Commission Agents,
Agents for Grant Powder Co.,
Koenr naroor Lime ron
The Grand Prix
THIS award, ma4
JTh. Diploma of Honor
light, po.tiN. awari.)
I at a
1 ritlnjjr, on
WAS HIM Ul
In com relit inn, nJ
ThC bmitll 1 rCITliCr superiority of construction ani e fftctency at the hlehest rating
. ; T,,E ... The Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
Pans Exposition. ..... n. y.. v.i.v.
Diploip of the
Higher than Gold or Sliver Medil has been Riven to ths
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Dealers for the Territory ot Hawaii.
For exhibition at the Store of the PACIFIC CYCLE & MANUFACTURING CO.,
DhlcPH Block Font Streets
Put in one of our
A Urge shipment of Fans direct or
alternating current for use on either
de'k or celling.
CALL AND SEE THEM.
Oceanic Gas and
Electric Co., Ltd.
Office: 6 Merohant St.
Tonnyportolthecltypaneso n3tnlmcntal muc a8 llave,,
On Vm Tnfi anfi MrB-Ikeda and Mrs- 0t'hl
VSOrUU. AVrO aUU Presiding over tho tea tables. In Ja
TJilftfitiTlfi CO. 1 paneso costume, were Mrs. J. II. Ather-
, ton. MrB. Theo. Richards, Mrs. Myers
ffiAnniffiil Ol uintrrTklff
rjurrmftn a HflnriiiflM,
Tel., ji5i Blue. P. O. Box 600.
traTlce will bt delivered by courteous
drivers to any part of premises desired.
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 THE NICE
Serves every morning and noon
In Its cool lanal, and which onlv a first-
cla Bakery could afford to. furnish at the
price. Kooms reserved lor ladles.
We make up lunches, also cold sliced
ham, cheese and sardine sindwlches, In
any quantities, for basket picnics.
HEW ENGLAND BAKERY,
J. Oswald Lutted, uto1 Qf
Manager. Hotel St
Ring up 'Phone 74.
We have just received
an Invoice of Little Famous Cob
web and Satin Finish Carbon
Papers. Also a line of Chalwlck
and Japanese Fibre Copying Books.
These are long established favor
ites. We can vouch for them.
Watch for our Holiday Advt.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.,
Camara & Co. can now be found on
Alakea street between King and Mer
chant. by an International Jury of twtntyfiva memten.wai
polnti. Higher than any of ti other twenty typewriters
ouotlnz fn-n the jury' report was slvcn "for central
Mr. Hermann Mleth who It an ex perl need
it, TxpettrHtr repairer, nas tiKin run marge q
this branch o the tmtlneM We art reaJ tu
the quotations on bmith I'remler machliiea
o'eitimat! on rnalr u..rk nn nv rl at nf
U tjrewriters. Work tul.y cuauntecd.
T Seconi-hanJ machines taken In
aTjr Sto.k t f No 9 ani No 4 machines
conttanlly on hand, ani enteral urpllei.
C. W. Macfarlane,
The highest award ofle
The highest award oflered by the
AN ART ORIENTAL TEA
Japanese high life was Illustrated an
n subject of utter artistic worship ut
the Kllohana Art Leuguo rooms on Sat
urday. It was set forth In tho form of
nn "oriental tea," tho viands nnd tho
service being Japanese. The picture
gallery was the setting of the festival.
Tables wore arranged and decorations
made under direction of Mrs. (lialiain,
Mrs. Kinney, Mrs. Itothwell and MUs
Three hundred guests enjoyed tlw
rare entertainment. They were' receiv
ed by Consul Mlkl Salto and wife, as
sisted by Mrs. Imanlshl anil other Jn-
J pancse ladles. All of the receiving par
ty were In Japancso costume.
' Mrs. S. Kinney, chairman of tin
1 literary circle, had nrmnged the pro
I gram. Miss Carrlo Castle Bang a. la
' panese bong with violin accompaniment
by Miss Mauilo Kinney. Mrs. IiiinuUM
, read it paper on "The Homo l.lfo of
Japanese Women." It dealt with their
lives from the cradle to the grave, Ja
, nn.i ftou Pn.tlo ii-vn..ntheTriiints an
nnd Miss Castle. Crysanthemums and
Japaneoe vanes were the decorations.
Fine Job Printing t
DANCING AT WAIK1KI INN.
A gentleman's watch foil has bcn
lost. Sco Ioat column on page 8.
A union meeting of the Y. I 8 .C. i:.
will be held In the Methodist churcn
Republicans, Democrats and Inde
pendents meet today and every day at
Benson, Smith & Co.'s fountain.
The nnnunl meeting of tho tlnwa
llan Keller Society will be held the
15th. 8co notice under Now Today.
There will be nn annual meeting oj
the stockholders of the Union Keeil
Co. on the 16th. Sec notice under New
Hindquarters for Washburn mandj
liut and guitars will be found at The
lleigetiom Music (Jo. It is no trouble
to show these goods. Call and see us
or wrlto for catalogue.
Two native boys wore, arrested on
tho water front this morning on the
charge of gambling. They were caught
playing at seven-eleven, a game
which the police authorities have il"'
creed must cense in this city.
I). II. Ktihuulello Is In town, lie at
tributes his defeat to his father who
worked against him and In favor of
his own brother In Lihnlnii, his home
town where he succeeded In getting
only twenty-nine votes. All the other
precincts gavo him n good sond-off.
MUST RENDERJO CAESAR
Only two mutters came before Gov
ernor Dole In council today, and both
related to tiucstlous of government
The vessel Mary K. foster was h.ld
by an opinion of the Attorney Cencrr.l
liable for lighthouse ' titles that Iter
agents objected to paying. It Is act
forth that the lighthouses belong to tho
Territory and vessels should pay the
smnll fees required for their mainten
ance. It was decided that the Coney es
tate should pay taxes on certain Mount
Tantalus property. Since the matter
come up originally the records hac
been examined, nud, notwithstanding
nny former prescriptive right to ex
emption that may have existed, the
meeting saw no option hut to collect
taxes on tho property this year.
PACIFIC IIEIGHT8 RAILWAY.
Although the car on the rails was not
itilte completely set up, being minus
tho steps, people flocked to the foot of
tho Pacific Heights trolley line ester
day for a ride. The management did
not like to see the crowd dlsjppolnled
nnd so put the car In motion. So great
was their number the passengers had
tp form n line ns at the postolllcc or the
polls to take their turns In tho order
of arrival. Although the running win
not stnrtetl until the day had far ad
vanced, It Is estimated that more thai
n thousand persons enjojed the novelty
ot their first electric car ride In Hono
lulu. Another Advertlrtcp lllundep.
Wm. White, one of tho Sonatortj from
.Maul on tho Homo Rule tkfcct, Is nov
In tho city. AsKcd iih to the story In
this morning's Ailvo'tluT regarding Ma
resignation as Seniter and his nrcep
tance ot the position of becrctnry to
Wilcox, ho lfcughcd. "Someone milxl
havo been giving the AilvertUrr repor
ter a '1111,' " said White. "I run for tho
office of senator with the Intention of
taking my Heat bhould I be elected.
That .position Mt. rot been changed."
The Evening liulletln. 7S centa per
If they fall
I WAFERS . to cure.
We are showing
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
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
o ri j o
: 2 S a si 1?
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
MclMHY SHOE STORE.
j, ,1 ,1, ,i
New Printed Dress Goods.
Yard wide eood weight and style IOc. yd
Handsome cloth, choice colorings and
swell aptterns I2JC yd
New dark colo ings, a good thing for the
comini' cool months, 15c, 10c, 8'Ac. yd
Aiade to stand the severest 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 cottpn can be
made to look so much like sMk .. . 37ic yd
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
Sip Fort Street Telephone 436
How the rain purs, itnil how the ur.is.s grows, nnd how useful a
jioih.1 Lawn .Mower is now ! Our splendid new model Lawn Mower
has heen sold in this market by us for the past live years, and we
have yet to hear of the first complaint. Easy to run, easy to
sharpen, durable, and reasonable in price.
We have all sizes, from the little croquet mower to the largo
We will have something interesting for you concerning Rubber
Garden Hose later on, when the rain lets up ; for the present we
advise you to use diligently other garden implements.
Fiirnishln? House Goods,
SHREVE & CO.,
To facilitate trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver all goods
purchased or ordered of them, free
Honolulu, or returning same to San
selection to those known to the
references In San Francisco.
Jewelers, Gold and Silverware Manufacturers.
I Mitfhct IV PoHt Htn., K. V.
1 Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices lurnhhed upon receipt of remiest. We have
the largest manufactory of Jewelry anJ Silverware west of New Yotk City, and are
prepared to lunilsli special design.
the largest assortment of
E. W. Jordan,
t A Rubber Heeled
I Calf Skin Shoe for
Just the thing you
are looking for.
W. W. DIMOND & Co. v
of all charges for transportation to
Francisco. Goods will be sent on
firm, or who will furnish satisfactory
No. 10 "ort
OF INTEREST TO
WB AKIi Sl.LLINO
Those now keeping houss or about to
do so u ho have not the capital to lay In
a complete lot of furniture are enibleJ In
this way to furnish their homes at a smal
Call and Investigate at the
Fort and Beretania Streets.
HONOLULU STOCK UXCIIANGG
Honolulu, November 12, tooo.
name or stock , y.r." 7
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C. Hr.w.r h Company
American Suear Co. ...
Kwa riamaiin k,o
Hamoa Plantation Co
Hawaiian uom & u (.o
Hawaiian Sugar Co
Honomu Sutrar Co
Honokaa Sugar Co
Ha'ku Sugar Co .
Kahuku 1'lantjtlnn Co
Kamalo ug Co Lti a I
Kamalo Sug Co. r J up I
Klahulu Sugar Co
Koloa Sugar Co . .
Kona Supar Co.. a.
Maunatrl Sugar Co.a. 1
ir Co.a. 1
lo pj up I
maunaifi uio i
fj up I
pj up I
Oaiu Sug;ar Cn .
Ookala Sugar Plan Co
Olaa Su. Co . LtJ . a. I
Paauhau Su. Plan. Co
Pacific Sugar .Mill .
Pala IMantatlon Co ..
Prp..keo Sugar Co
Plor.tr Mill Co
Walalua Ar Co . at
Walluku Sugar Co
Walmanato Sugar Co
Walmta Mill Co
WllJ.r St. amthln Co
Intrr.Ulani St.am N Co
Hawaiian I Irctrk Co
Hon. Hapli T.fc LanJ Co
Hon. St.am Launlrv
r.onarau i nluolij
Mutual Ttlph.n. Co
(lanu ky & Lani Co
t'.npi. t KtetKIKU
Hawaiian Cloy 6 prr rant
Hawaiian (ov. p.r crnt
H1I0 k R, Co, 6 prr c.ni
fcwa Plantat'n 6 1 er cm
Kahuku Plant. 6 p.r c.nt
uanu K at LanJ Co,
SALES 10 Ola 1 A., J4r' ; 10 Oiaa
I'd., 514 ; 15 llawallan SiiRir, iw. 5 Olu
Pd., J14 ; 5 WjI.iIuj. J114 s 10 WalUlui,
5M4J 40.MJlrvde I'd. I12.50; soOokiLi,
f 15 ! so .McHrvde A., Jo ; io .Mcliryde A.,
6 ; 26 Olaa A., $4.75.
While J. Oswald Lulled waa driving
on the Ilench road yesterday he ca:no
across two mules browsing In the lcavg
of young ciK'ounut trees near the Dodd
place. He, drove the animals with his
whip ft tun their luscious munching, but
no doubt their fastidious Instincts
wimlil not nllow them tu stay away
while u tender lilt of foliage remained.
Allen Herbert, to whom Mr. l.utUvl
relnted the Incident, Is angry oxer tho
neglecting of those trees by the po-
nu.. m-took n great interest miiavha
them set out for the ornamentation ci(
the seaside drive, when roinmlnsloner
Tii)lnr anil Kiii-titir Houghs were care
fully having the work done . Now,
through the liniestrnlueil acts of hood
lums nnd the unchecked acts of ani
mals there Is namely half a dozen ot
the trees left.
V C-l, Atali .AtJ--L-..i-.-it.L.. .AJ-1.-&..i-,LLr.T,ijin1j