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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1900.
IN URGE VARIETY
Black anJ fjalvanl'ed, In any lengths
( !nfh to 'i Inch thick.
Dlston's mak;;a big supply on hind.
Paints and Oils
Manila and Sisal (rom ( Inch to 6
tflce Plows anJ Breaking Plows.
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Fort St.. opposite Sprcckels Bink.
These lamps burn in such a manner that
the combustion Is almost perfect and for
this reason the light Is magnificently
brilliant, smokeless ai.J odorless.
The limps are absolutely sate - being
simply Impossible to explo ie.
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 rreslstable.
The Angle Lamp accomplishes ynv
feet Illumination. It preents .111 oppor
tunity of securing a light that Is easily
operated and more brilliant than gas or
electrlcltv with no mre heat at a mere
fraction of thtlrcost. it provides a lamp fot
Homes, stores, offi.es, factories, lulls,
llbrailes, hotels and churches, that is
Ideal In every way.
The public Is cordially Invited to call
and Inspect these lamps.
Thco. 11. Davies & Co., Ltd.
Meichantsand Commission Agents,
Finest 5c Cigar
Sold in Honolulu.
For Sale at .
J. Oswald Lutton, Mrmngoi
Ring up 'Phone 74.
Agents for Grant
Lime &' Port-
I Office !
Si And as
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M Diaries il '
M For T
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K Will M.Vttnlc fn ffi I
INI Limited. H
Camnrsi & Co. can now bo found on
Alakca streot between King and Mer
The Grand Prix
ITh Diploma of Honor
iliche.t rrmlN. aarj )
WAS W O.S l!Y
The Smith Premier
1H1S award, maic ty n Intern tl.rui Jury f twe rtt -d mente n, wa
at a ratine, on polntt, Higher than arv ft bt other twenty t)pcf Itrn
In nirrtltlw. anJ quoting from the Jury report wa given "tor eer.eral
mptrlortty ut construction and tffickncj at the nipt! rating,
The Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
Srcu N. Y.U A.
6 lll3MlfllaaHMaKjCjUi(W2L'SrJ2S e
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Mr Hermarn Mleth ho Is an experienced
-S typewriter repairer has taken tut I tharceo'
ft thl branch o the rutnf Wc are reajv to
;v glt quotat ns m Smith Premier machine
i or ttlmatfl on rvfalr wk on any clat nf
ft, typewriter. Woik lully guarante4.
" Sctn4hanJ machine taken In ex-
jj " Stock (I No a anJ No 4 machine
':$ constantly on hanJ.anJ central upplle
C. W. Macfarlane,
The hlfihcst award oftered by the
Diploma of the Grand Prix
The highest award oft
Igher than Gold or Sliver McJai has teen given to the
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Dealers for the Territory ot Hawaii.
For exhibition at the Store cf the PACIFIC CYCLE & MANUFACTURING CO..
OlilerH Block. Foi't Street. -
MUSIC AT WAIK1KI INN
The Mlkahala Is getting a new coat
The bark Olympic wan to nave nallt-J
from San I'ranclsco for this port on the
The baric W. II. Flint sailed from Ban
Francisco for this port on the 13'h
The nchooncr Rosamond began load
ing at San Francisco for this port, No
The outslilo force of the Custom
House all hail their pictures taken by
Williams tho other day.
A regulation In regard to the Inter
ment of the dead in Honolulu nppcars
In the By Authority column.
A large number of people were wear
ing new l'anama hats yesterday as tho
result ot uagcrs on McKlnley.
The Roderick Dim was on the boards
to load for Hllo when the Hongkong
Xlam sailed from San Francisco.
Tascar Duhoce. who arrived In the
Zralandia, was cngagei! yesterday is
bookkeeper for the Oahu plantation nt
See llurnette & Decker. No. 3'.) Kins
nnd Itethrl streets, for the only real
bargain on the market, In the line of a
SUNDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING
Dr. It. Dcl'uo Itlckey formerly of the
American Murtt wns taken sick In Chi
na ami upon recoery was transferred
to the Nippon Mnrtt.
There were seen stowaways, two wo
men ami live men, on the Nippon Mam.
They will lie sent hack to Japan on tho
j Hongkong .Mnru today.
Proposals for furnishing catiued,
cooki'd. fresh meats; litef. million, etc.
for the leper settlement, arc lnvltiit
In tin' Ily Authority lolumii.
The annual fair of St. Andrew's will
be held In the cathedral grounds on
Saturday. Dec. I from 111:30 a. m. Id
!:.".n p. m. See ml under New Today.
The postponed game of Indoor bass
ball that was to lime taken ptaco In tho
gymnasium of the V. M. C. A. Saturday
night will be plioeil this Thursday
The S. S. Zealandla will bring the
usual consignment of good tilings to
oat for Camarlnos. Turkeys and cran
berries for Thnuksglvliig, and nil tho
fresh fruits of tho season,
We should ndvlse our readers whs
lmo photograph, water colors or en
gravings that they value to take them
to the HONOI.l'I.tr PHOTO SI'PPI.Y
CO, and have them framed.
VONPRAAG, SHARP AND STICKNEY
The prices for the seatB on the 13d
lire as follows: Down stnlrx, except
last two rows, $1.00; last two rows, :o
cents; balcony, first row, V cents:
other rows, SO cents; gallery, 23 cents.
The steamer .lames Makeo from Ka
lian this morning brings news of the
following sugar on Kauai up to yester
day afternoon: .M. A. K 2330; O. &
It.. l!: K. 8. M.. 2T00; V. K MO. Total,
of 391!) lugs.
The artesian well In the Sailors' Home
grounds It Is claimed belongs to tl.e
Hle.tilc Light Co. It Is 1300 feet deep,
cost $0,500 nil it delivers 3,000,000 gnl
lriiiH of water. Ill 21 hours. It Is tlu
deepest well In Honolulu.
The olllcers of the Nippon Maru nie
unanimous In their regret that Capt. J.
F. Allen returns to the Orient as n pas
senger liiBtond of Captain of the ship lie
has so ably comtnniuleil. Captain Al
len goes home to his family In Fngland.
We are the lioadnuarterB for "Wash
burn" mandolins and guitars. Ou
prices nro positively the cheapest f
fered in this city. Also agents for the
famous ".Martin" guitars and ".Maurtr"
mandolins. The Ilcrgstrom Music Co.,
Does uuybody icallre that there aro
no egg sponnsjn Honolulu. A llulle
tln lepmter tools luenkfast on the Nip
pon Maru this morning on the Invita
tion of Dr. Itlckey and was delight"!
to be able to eat a boiled egg in Hie
egg In the still with an egg spoon.
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take their Hats off
Hanan & Sons,
when it comes to Shoes.
We are their Sole Agents
and are carrying a grand line of
this Famous Shoe
Mclnerny Shoe Store.
OF INTEREST TO
Wl AHL SLLLINCi
Those now keeplnc housi or about U
do o who have not the capital to liyln
a complete lot of furniture are enabled Ir.
till way to furnish their homes at a smi!
Call and investigate at the
A Superb Line o?
Silk Waists &
Thise garments embod the latest ideas ; are correct in
style, perlect in finish, and appeal to Ladies of
Waists, 610 to S20.
Skirts, S10 to SIS.
Fort and Beretania Streets.
HONOLULU STOCK UXCIIANGE
Honolulu, No ember so, 1900.
Sr."" t? Oil
IJ up e
NAME OP STOCK
C. &rer & Company
AmerlCn Suer Co t.joom '
En PljrtMtlon jCo ,oooxm
Mimni I'UntJtlonCo iTf.000 oo.
HatvalUnAericuKurjlCn 1,0000 loo
HiHullanCom AiSu Co, j, 111,750 w
llawalun Sugar Co .oco,ooo cm
Honomu Sugar Co tioo ao
Honnkll Sugar Co tfio.oro o
Ha'ku Sugar Co foo oon '
Kahuku Plantation Co ),
KamaioSug Co I ti at ta).ogo o
Kamili Sug Co, pJup tv.oro floi
Kltwt Plant Co .ItJ.M i,oyxx 5
KlhvlP.CoLti pJup i.yn.nn $e
Kl ahulil Sugar Co ito.ono toe
Kolna Sugar Co . .. toe .00c 1 -
Konahugtrco. foo,oao '
Maun j If 1 Sugar Co.a I 403,(m
5U) FORT STR13ET.
fti Ita Ba Pa Pa la )U r-a Pa F-a M ::f-i Ps M n Pa P P-j Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa
How the rain pours, and luw the u'f-'"s yrovs, .tnJ how useful .1
Hood Lawn Mower i nnu ! Our spk-mliJ in-w mrx.U-1 L.iwn Mowir
has been m1J in tins market by us fur the past live ears, anJ we
have et to hear of the first mmpliint. Easy t run, easy to
sharpen, ilurable, anJ reasutuble in pri.e.
We haw all sues, fr.m the httk croquet irwwer I" the lar;e
We will Itave something interesting for ymi omcerning Rubber
GarJen Hose later on, when the rain lets up ; lor the present e
advise you to use diligently other garden implements.
Furiilshlnr House Goods.
W. W. DIJIOND & Co.
Maunalrl Su Co.ri up
Oahu Sugar Co ,
Okat Sugar Plan Co
QlaaSu. Cn.LtJ .
Olaa Su Co.LtJ, pi up
'aaunau su I' an (.0
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Plirtatlun Uo ...
Pfptko Sugar Co
Walalua Agr Co.
Waiiuku Sugar Co
walmaralo Sugar Co
Walmta Mill Co
Wilier Stmhln Co
Intef-lUni Suam N Co
Hawaiian I Ice trie Co
Hon Steam LavinJry .1
Kona-KauT fitT Co.Ltll
Mutual Telephone Co
reopie c K 1 g io;
Hawaiian Gov 6 per cent
Hawaiian Gov. percent,
HawG PottSav 4Hprcl
Ea Plantain 6percent
KanuKu i'iani d per cent
Oahu R 1I1 LanJ Co pr c
Oahu Plantation 6 p c
1 40,000 loo
X 'I 1
1 50,000 too
Salfj-so Walalja, Ji24cni 43 Wala
lua, Si25.ooi 25 SValalua, J125.00; ssWal
aim, ? 1 25 00; 25 Oahu, 5l75.oosto; 15
Haw 'n buRar, Sjo.co; 23 ilaw'n Sujar,
W.co; 25 Ewa. f2S.co, i.coo Ilaw'n Ga:
Crt f 100.00; 5 Walalua, $,26.00.
pa na Pa Pa P Pa Pa Pu pa Pa p T P-a :: Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa ra Pa Pa pa pa
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco,
To 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 linn, or who will furnish satisfactory
references In San Francisco.
Jewelers, Gold and Silverware Manufacturers,1"
niii'trated CAl Al Cit.Uh md pr
the l.i.gest m.inuf.nt"rv ut Jeuelrv aiu SllverujT et of New Yo4
prepared to lurnish spei il Ji -Ixn'
Post Sth., S. I
rsfurni-li-d tpnii teiriptof reiji.est. We hae
Litv, and are
MORE BERKELEY MONEY
Snn rrnnclHdi, Nov. C Mrs. Jane K
Sather ha filrii to tho I'liUcfulty ot
California n piece of property in Oak
land known iiH tho WUmmi lilnck, talli
ed ar IISH.OUO. Sho U to enjoy the lt
conic from It durltiK her llfetlmp, and
tin rraftcr I'rcnldcnt Wheeler 1 to elt
It and apply the proceed in aeconl
nme with the conditions outlined In i
hi ah d document which ha liwn de
posited Inthe Central hank of Oak
land. TIiIh In the third KlU made hy Mrx.
S.ithu to tlio State UnlvcrHlty. The
Hi hi amiiimted to $10o,0u0 nud eontlii-
d or 1 1 ally, money and liondi. n!
ulilih Klie Ih to enjoy the tiilerent du
ll! i; lier llfettlme, unil tho Kecoud waj
a . lie. k roi fri.uoo In roiiI.
The Uveuliip llulletin.
75 neati pv
Country Club luncheon Specialties
Vid CwtHti. Pwk Utkti. Vftt ImL QuUta
TrM'To4rl9Ui l PtL Mk4oIm vm.
Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock In ho
time net for "arnlsli day" hy the KIlo
hana Art I.eaRtie.
Tho sale of wooden hiiildliiKH at J.ih.
V. .MorRim's auction rooms Ih postponed
until Wednesday. See his column on
Tho Claudlne wlilch haB heen on tho
Hllo run, will leave this afternoon at
S o'clock with Captain l.ane on tho
bridge for tho Maul ports.
Dr. S. Kohayaslil of Honolulu Ih n
Biicst nt tho Palace. For somo months
past he has been fatudyltiK medlclui)
and surgery in Kuiopo nnd Is now on
his way home. Dr. Kolmyashl.',whc is
Btlll a young man, was ten years ago n
poor student In this city. Ab n protcto
of tho late Dr. John .Morse, ho wm
graduated at Cooper Medical Collegr.
He then served under Dr. Mm so at tlu
German Hospital ond about bIx yeirs
ngo went to Honolulu to live. Ills sui
glcal operations In tases or epllepjy
hao gained for him considerable repu
tation, One cato was that of John J.
Wldman of South .111 Kranclsco, who
wnn sent to Horn lulu for his health
anil was operated on by the doctor whlio
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin
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1 am now showing, in my lower window, for the First Time a splendid assortment of
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Ladies' Ladies' and Gents'
Embroidered Linen, Plain Hemstitched,
Ranging from 25c to $5.00 each. From one foiuth to one-half inch hem, in all qualities.
Ladies' Real Lace,
in Honiton, Duchess, Brussels' Point, Maltese (in silk), and Embioidered Chiffon.
The above were all personally selected by me when in England, and, b ing imported under the old duties and maikei
accordingly, I believe the public will say thev are the cheapest and the handsomest goods ever offered here.
E. W. JORDAN,
No. IO FORT STREET.
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