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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., .TUESDAY, . NOVEMBER 13, 900..,, ,
IN LAROE VARIETY
Black and RalvanlJ, In any length;
' Inch to 'i Inch thick.
Diston's make;a big supply on hind.
Palms and Oils
Manila and Slsil from ' Inch to 6
RUe Plows and Breaking Plows.
The man that is content to whis
per dowu 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
Fort St.. opposite Spreckels Bank,
LL ABOUT THE NICE
These lamps burn In such a manner that
the combustion Is almost perfect and for
this reaon the light Is magnificently
brilliant, smokeless and odorless.
The limps are absolutely safe It being
simply Impossible to exploJe.
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 Lump accomplishes per
fect Illumination. It nreents an oppor
tunity of securing .1 light that Is easily
operated and more brilliant than gas or
electricity with no more heat at a mere
fraction of thtlrcost. It provides a lamp for
Homes, stores, offices, factories, halls,
libra! Its, hotels and churches, that Is
Ideil in every way.
The public Is cordially Invited to call
and Inspect these lamps.
Thco. II. Davies & Co., Ltd.
.Merchants and Commission Agents,
Agents for Grant Powder Co.,
Roehr Harbor Lime & Port
Serves every morning and noon
In its cool lanal, and which only a first
clas 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.
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY,
J. Oswald Lutted, Mt.i ;,
Manager. Hotel st"
Ring up 'Phone 74.
Wp h.iv int rfl.l
an Invoice of Little Famous Cob- H
neb and Kntlii PImIhIi Cnrhon
Pnper.H. Also .1 line of Clia wick
and Japanese Pitre Copying Hooks.
These are long established favor
ites. We can vouch for them.
Watch for our Holiday Advt.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Cdtuara & Co. can now be found on
Alakca Btrcct between King nnd Mei-
HIS wrJ, ma Je fc) an International Jury of twenty. five meutrrs, was
at a Mllnff onpolntt, Hjcticr than any f the ntrr twenty tyrcurlier
WAS WON UY In cmfet!ilfi anJ ijuoiIdk from It ury report wa clvcn "for general
The Grand Prix
(Th Dlrloina of Honor
HI chest rolHt aarJ J
WAS WON UY
IhC jinJtil I rCITliCr superiority ol conduction ani efficiency at Die hlcticst ratine.
The Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
5)Ucuso n. r.. u. a. a.
; Mr Hernann MlttliKho l an experienced
j, .--iwTi:i ma .1, Tirewi wriepainr. ai laicm ui tnarce n
vr -m. yAv'" inrai 'v .1 - t . ...: . u ....
lt una Lianviiu' iiiv t'UMiir ir arc irtjr in
& give HJutitiont on n.ltli I'rrmli-r machine
JC nrenrmtta n ripair ork on tnyclat of
tig hftnvti, work rury tuaranutj.
SrconJhnJ machine taken In ex
Bt Slock ct u ani No 1 machines
5? conttattly on lunJ, aoi gin? rat uf lies
C. W. Macfarlane,
a. .iV."" w . .BJe
S MZBZZtiZm. J
it JIBaHBrG??!SiSS!S -s
The highest award oflered by the
Diploma of the Grand Prix
Hie highest award ofli
Higher than Gold or Silver Medal has been given to the
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Dealers for the Territory of Ihiwnll.
Fore.NhlbltlonattheStnrecfthel'ACIFIC CYCLE A: MANUI-ACIURING CO..
Olilci'H Itloek Port Btrcct.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
DANCING AT WA1K1KI INN.
No lain to amount to anything 1m
fallen In Kan.
Macadamizing Is still going on out
on the Manon road,
Hullillngs arc being moved off tu
line of Mllilanl Btrcct extension.
Hon. A. S. Hnrtnell has been ap
pointed a master In'chnnccry by JitJ'js
The weather off the Kim coast Is I ex
ported ns very rough nnd tho wind
blowing a gale.
Much work done on l'nuoa rond uai
destroyed by tho late storm nnd is be
ing dono over again.
Notice of n special meeting of tho
People's Ico and Refrigerating Co.
appears under New Today .
The annual meeting of the Pacific
Hardware. Co. hns been adjourned till
Thursday. Sec nil on page 8.
Commissioner Wrny Tailor will send
lllien P. Low hags for collecting Benin
of forest trees for tho Agricultural bu
The regular monthly meeting of the
Chumlier of Commerce will he held at
Its rooms tomorrow, Wednesday, Nov.
14, at 10 a. m.
Ooo Klin has Just reeeUed a laige
assortment of grass linen linndker-i
chiefs anil tea cloth. Also a largo as
sortment of dr) goods.
V. C. Aehl Is opening an extension of I
Pllkol street from King street towni J 1
he lieach, In connection with a resi
dence tract development,
Captain Christiansen of tlio Ilelcne
wns given n hearty lion vol ago by a.
number of his friends before departure
for San Pronclrcu today.
Mr. ami Mrs. .lames Carty have n
daughter In (limm who Is married to .1
Spaniard. They sent n Chrlstmns bun
dles to her by the Solace today.
Tho newspapers lmo constantly re
minded the nuthorlties that lumber
dealers persist In using the streets on
the esplanade to pile lumber. Nothing
has been done. The ell Is wotse than
Hustace & Co. lnno been permltt"il
to put In cn.it scales on tho 1. S. (!o
urmucnt reservation near Nn.il whnf
No. 1 on condition that the (ioenunei.t
be allowed to usu tho scales flee of
The unsightly spot between Na.it
wharf No. 1 and thu U. S. tiovcnimci.t
warehouse, opposite tho HshmnrKct, U
to be Improved nnd an olllco building
erected for Lieut. Webster In eh.tigo
of army transports.
Tho water fiont In tlio Wclnlty of
Wilder nnd liitei-lsl.inl wharves pre
sented an animated nppearnute this
morning. Teams were standing In lino
for n block awaiting an opportunity in
unload freight for tho outgoing steam
ers. Sam Parker nnd Prime David weie
about on the streets this morning none
the woiso for their defeat by Wilcox.
They smilingly received the expieb-
slous of legict on the luit of thdi
friends nnd continued on their ..
The matter of thu puichnsu by tli
I'nlted States (ioveiiimeul of Davies
k Co.'s big brick waiehoiiHC, thought
to be located on the V. S. (ioveiumeut
reservation, is still In dispute. Davlcs
& Co. lire building u large new ware
house on Allen stiect.
There nie no new developments in
tho negotiations opened by the Hawa
iian Triimwuis Co. with the (!oern
ment ostensibly for enabling the con
p.my to double the fleiiueney of trtpi
by its cure. The (ioveimuent is waiting
for the company to complj with ceitnln
Tlio dicdger, woiklng in Nav.il sll,i
No. 2, is bilnging up such solid plee.s
of couil that It Is necessary to blast to
clear the shoel. This morning an un
usual blast sent uathoiisaud fi.igincuts
.i hundred feet Into th .ill', mining a
shower of locks upon thu Itniptnls and
Solace. No ono was hurt.
A Rubber Heeled
l Calf Skin Shoe for
(t ei- & S JDSJ5 ?
, J: Men,
Just the thing you
are looking for.
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
McINERNY SHOE STORE.
OF INTEREST TO
WL AHL SLLLINO : : :
Those now keeping house or about to
do o who have not the capital to lay In
a complete lot of furniture are enabled In
this way to furnish their homes at a smal
Call and investigate at the
New Printed Dress Goods.
Yard wide good weight and style 10c. yd
Handsome cloth, choice colorings and
swell apttems 1 2?.c. yd
New dark colo ings.a good thing for the
coming cool months, 15c, 10c, 8c yd
Ahde to bt.tnd the severest tests in laund
rya choice article for waist or
gown 20c yd
An impoited fabric, in pinks, blues and
lavender onlv, value 40c 25c yd
Simile French Foulards
One of ihe new productions that make
you wonder how cotton can be
made to look so much like s Ik .-. . 37 he, yd
"An lovtntuo it uiiit CM TmU"
Country Club Unc!iecn SocclalUas
Vtl Culfti, Fwk Utiiti Vtd LmL Qutkta
rrimwcCblckf a U Vm CSLf 4 Chldtta m4
twewTf oerlda ( ful Mk41m Str
rr4i iiMfM ftwuA4 r . n nt
11 IG LUAU AT MOANALUA.
.Mounted I'utrolmun Uumphcr and
his wife are to give a three days' luaii
lit their home Moan.ilua, lieKlnnlas
with Saturday. The ccnt will be In
celebration of tlio llrst nnlversury of
the bit th of their boy. Puborute prep
arations are being made for the liuu.
Tor the past week, pigs, chickens, po
tatoes, roco.inuts and all thu thine
that go to mal.e up a first rale la. in
hne been urrlvlnu fiom Mirloua points
on this nnd thu other Islands nnd ns
many bullocks will bo killed nnd ns
for chickens well, It would bo best to
retrain from Riving me uiimuer.
The feast will begin Saturday after
noon and will last until Monday. Na
tl w-a from nil over the Island will l.e
present. This will bo the biggest lu""
glen on tho Island for many yeais.
Hon, John i:. Hush suffcicd no Ine.u
In his salary as couil Intcrpieter while
n Democratic cnndldate for Uepresciitn
llw dudgc HuinphreB has given a
wiltten ruling oxpiesslng doubt If Mr.
Hush huil been icipilred to resign the
olllce nnd tho opinion that In nuy casa
his leslguatlon had not been effective.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
;iq Fort Street - - -Telephone.- 436
na K Ha Wo P a Pa to m P-a M : : P-4 ta lu ta u r-n Pa Ha m r- ra na n
Fort and Beretania Streets.
HONOLULU 8T0CK UXCIIANGH
Honolulu, Novtmber 13, 1000.
NAME Or STOCK pJCj'"' ? BU A.lciJ
How the rain pours, .unl how the r.iss jjrows, ami liow useful n
ooil L.iw 11 Mower is now ! Our splendid new model Law it Mower
has been tnld 111 this market hy us for the past live wars, and we
have et to hear ol the first mmplunt. Kasy to run, easy to
sharpen, durable, and reasonable in price.
We have all sie.s, from the little croquet mower to the large
We will have .something interesting for you concerning Kuhber
Garden lio.se later on, when tile rain lets up ; for the present we
advise you to use diligently other garden implements.
W. W. DIMOND & Co.
Furnlshine House GooJs. KINO 8TRCUT.
?ta M Pa fu Fd p T-a ici pji r-a f a Pa :: m fe m Pa fia ft pa fcj )t ?ti ns fa
C. Hreff At Company I
American Sucjr Co '
bwa rianution 10
Hawaiian Con &Su Co
Hawaiian Vuear Co
Hononiu Sucar Co
Haku i(rf Co
Kanuku riamittnn t-u
Kamato Su Co lii a
Kamalo SueCn, r-lup
Kltit Plant Co LtJ a
Klhfl P Co HJ j-4 lp
Mianui't "j(rar v-o .,
Kolua Sufjar Co
Kt.n Sugar Co ,
Miunall Suctr Co.a 1
Ma una If t Su Co pj up I
r J up f
Oanu Sugar Co,
OnciinM Sucar Co
Otkali Sucar Plan G
Ona Su Co ItJ as I
Paautuu Su Plan Co
Pacific bucir Mil)
Pala PlanMllon Co
Pvpvrkrn iuar Co
Plrmrrr Mill Cn
Walalua Ar Co as
Wailuku Sujar Co
Walmanalo Sucar Co
Wilrrn Mill Co
WllJr SteamihfP Cn
Inter-Utar.J StramN Co
Hawaiian I Ircirk Co
Hon WiplJT AUnJCol
Hon Steam I nonlf
Kona KaaT hT Colli.
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SALES 20 OjIui. fis'.so.
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
selection to those known to the firm, or who will furnish satisfactory
references In San Francisco.
Jewelers, Gold and Silverware Manufacturers,
iMurkct tV I'oHt KtK., S. !.
IllustuttJ CA I Al OGUl: and pries furnlslltd upon rcdpt of rem est.
the larKea manufactory of Jewelry and Slhcrware west of New YotK City, and arc
prepared to luriiisn sptii:il desieni.
Tlio I'scj C11. tcli'iilionc Is now SW.
Sic their ail on pnKC L'.
A Koil Knfo fiunlly liorso la nrTcvul
for ralp rlii'np. Sco Fur Sale column.
Tno Kooil Iiousch, li)tli on lili;li
Kroiiml, nro for rent liy MrClrll in,
l'oiul & Co.
'Ilio foiir-innuti'il nchooncr ll.ingor.
Chui. Twiiloft. iirrUrd nt l.:iliiilnn on
Satiinlay with -tOUOOn foot of Iimilir
coimlgncil to llacktolil & Co.
Iltilcliliivon pl.-iutatlon unit liana
Han AktIc iiHunil Co. pl.intatlon llml It
illnionll to k t tliolr iropa off for lack
ilf water They cannot srlml kle.ullly.
'I ho ease of the notorloiiH Himkol',
oliarnoil with i1.iIiik "noen-olecn" on
tlio wli.irMH, will 101110 iii for trial
In the Police Court tomorrow fore
noon. .Mi('nllc8s Hi ns., who nro boring
uol.l for thu Sallurs' lliinio In the low
cr 001 nor or Uh lot. luivu slrllil. n lln
Wchae )un l)f nutl.r niat threatens to Hood
thu btrcct. ju
We are showing
the largest assortment oh
E3 A. 3NT RUGS mm
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin
iiGESSLERS: will refund
: MAGIC i- the money
! WAFERS to cure.
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
E. W. Jordan,
No. 10 Fort Street.