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MTH6 . EVENINO BULLETIN: HONOLULU." H.K
I.; -WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER ji, 1900.
IS LAKl.E VAKIETV
Mack anj galvanised, In any IcnRtlu
' Inch to ,4 Inch thick.
Dlston's nuketa big supply on lnnJ.
Paints and Oils
Manila and Slsil from !( Inch to 0
tflce Plows an J Breaking Plows.
Fort St.. opposite Spreckcls Bank.
imm -m v. J
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 lsmps are absolutely safe It being
simply lmpos!ble to explo-'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 Lnmi) accomplishes per
fect Illumination. It preents an oppor
tunity of securing .1 light that Is easily
operated and more brilliant than gas or
electricity witu no more neat at a mere
fraction of thtlrcost. It provides a lamp fot
Homes, stores, .offues, factories, halls.
libraries, hotels and churches, that is
Ideal In every way.
I tie puDlte is coraiany invited to call
and Inspect these lamps.
Theo. II. Davlcs & Co., Ltd.
Meichants and Commission Agents,
Finest 5c Cigar
Sold in Honolulu.
J. Oswald Luttor, Mrmngor
Ring up 'Phone 74.
Agents for Grant
Wall, Nichols Co.
Camarn & Co. can now bo found on
I Alakca street between King and Mer
THIS awari, maJe ty an tnt.matlcnil Jury of Iwtntyfiv. rntmWrs wat
The Grand Prix
1 ritln?, on points, Hlghtr ihin any tt th nthr twenty tyyewrltm
WAS WON UY In competition, in4 quotlnf Iromth Jwry'i rrjoTtwa Rtvn "for RentrAi
ThC Smith I rCHllCr lurtrlortty ol conitructlon an! efficiency atthe hlsti". ratlag.
D . Trtb ... The Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
Sjncui. N. Y.. U.b.A.
I fflgad PU
S Mr. Hermann Mirth who It an experience
ftrerit rtralrer, hatuktn full tr-aree t
this tunc ho tht hulnets Wt art rtJ t
i cl quotJt'Cini in Smith Premier machine
ft orttlntttft on repair ork on any dais ot
i trf Iter Woik fully guaranteiJ.
W Secondhand machines taken In ex
y AT Stock of No t ani No 4 machine
J. con.tar.tfy on hanJ.anJ general subfiles.
C. W. Macfarlane,
Diploma of the Grand Prix
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
MUS10 AT WA1KIKI INN
The lint if ofllccrn of the K1I9. flu
par Co. npcnrs muter Mow 1'oil.iy
The list of dirtcp j of the Mini.) Plan
tation Co. np'icir under Now Tola)'.
There will ho baseball prnetlee In tin)
Y. M. C. A. oninaalum Thursday af
The bark Albert la discharging nt tho
inllroad wharf, and vt 111 take on a full
cargo of sugar.
Notice of the stockholders annual
meeting of tho Kona Sugar Co. appears
under New Today.
The Iwalanl from Itamakun nnd the
Walaleale from Kauai of tho I. t. 3. N.
Co. aro expected Thursday.
The Klnau pulled out on tlmo yes
terday for Hawaii and Maul ports with
a large passenger list and n large quan
tity of mall matter.
Several steamers of the Wilder
Steamship Co. arc due hero this week
from the Islands. Namely, the Itnwatt,
Kllauea Hon, and Kalulanl.
After undergoing extensive repairs
nnd renovntlon tho Btcamcr N'llhau will
leao during the tlay for Kmi, where
she will load with sugar and lhc stock,
SUNDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING
Hon. II. '. Illldwlii returned tn Maul
In the Claudlnc yesterday nfternooi'.
Among the other passengers wcro I. S
Scales, 0. H. Italdwlii, W. JI. Comwell
and J. M. Coulsen.
It Is no longer necessary to run tin
risk of purchasing old paper, films or
plates, for the HONOLULU PHOTO
SUPPLY CO. now recelvo fresh .con
signments by each steamer.
Mr, nnd Mrs. Robert Lowers have Is
sued Invitations for an "at home to
meet Miss Uagley on I'rlday evening,
November 13, at their homo In Halo
kulnnl, Walklkl. There will be danc
Collins and others against the bark
Empire has been settled out of court.
It was a matter out surprise that an
appeal should have been tnken by tho
vessel from Judgment of a few dollars
ot Ballots' wages.
Owing to unavoidable delay the Si
erra will not be able to rench San
Francisco from Philadelphia in time to
bo put on her regular run. Tho Muil
posa, however, will tako her placo,
leaving tho Coast on the 21st Inst.
Among tho passengers for Kauai
ports In tho W. O. Hall yesterday af
ternoon were the following: Itcv. Hans
Iscnberg. J. K. Ilurkett, II. Morrison,
C It .W. Norton, I)r. K. L. Hutchinson,
Dr. Klbbey. Miss IMmond.s W. II. IUce
nnd Dr. C. It. Cooper.
VONPRAAG, SHARP AND ST1CKNEY
John Oudcrktrk has demolished,
within two days, all of the Mclntyfe
block excepting the old grocery store
nt tho corner, which stands until its
contents nre nuctioned off on Friday.
A hnndsome two-stoiy block, designed
by Trnphagcn, will nrlso upon tho sit;.
The authorities don't seem to caio
how mnny shins nre harked, or about
even llfo nnd limb endangered, by curo
Btone layers who lene their blocks
upon the sldewnlltH without bencon Ian
erns. Several accidents nnd nnmbe,1
Icss close shaves have occurred from
this cause within n few weeks.-
The United States Transport Sheri
dan was scheduled to sail from Sin
L'.nnAlann nn tin. ICtli Irtdf 1,1 U'ltl.'ll
eent she should reach hero not later . I
than the 23d, ; Tho Sheridan hn under- fl
gone n complete renovation, thero hav- g
ing been expended upon her fully $!0,- a
..A A AAA A A A A A AAA A A
take their Hats off
Ha nan & 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
Wli AUI! SIXLINO
Those now keeping housi or about tc
do v who have not the capital to liylr.
a complete lot of furniture are enablej Ir.
this way to furnish their homes at a srai!
monthly outlay. '
Call and Investigate at the
Fort and Beretania Streets.
A Superb Line of.
Silk Waists &
These'garments embody the latest ideas ; are correct in
r " s'tyl'e, perfect in finish, and appeal to Ladies of
Waists, 610 to 20.
Skirts, $10 to $18.
& Marsh, Ltd.
HONOLULU STOCK UXCIIANGB
Honoltim, November 21, 1903.
NAME OF STOCK'
C Brtwfr & Company
American buear Co... . J 1,500.000
cwa rijmaiton lo 5,00000
Mtmoa riantatlonto 171000
Hawaiian A?r If ultjralCoi Limum too
Hawaiian Com &Su Co f.iif.rjo1 too
nawauan ur' w 000,000 "?
Honomu Sugar Co tjonol Ij
Honrkia Scear Co . tom,orjo Q
Ha'ku Sugar Co .... I soo.oool too
nanuKu w iiiiaiiTii v. )uUOno
Kamito Sue Co LtJ 1 tivooo!
KimitiSu( Co, pdupf fno.oro'
Klhfll'tint.Co LtJ.t1H1.094.OLV1 3
Klhel P.Co LU M up J I i.i,o.o! W
Kiiart'Jiu aupif ,o io,omi 100
Koioa "uirr lo .1 toc.oo oo
40 om loo
510 FORT STREET.
Tht highest awarJ oflcrcd by the
Igher than Gold or Silver Me Jsl has teen given to the
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Dealers for the Territory of Hmvall.
For e.hlbitlon at the Store cf the PACIFIC CYCLE & MANUFACTURING CO..
r HIilePH Block. Fort Htrcet.
kfin. Su?.r Co . .t.
Mauniilrl Suc.r Co.s)
Maunai.l Ml uo,M up
NiMku Suj Co. Ltd
Onomcl SuiurCo. ...
Ouk.U Sue.r IM.n Co.
Ul.lbu. Co., LU.. l
Olowaltl Comp.ny .
P.juh.u Su. Pl.n. Co
P.cmc Sue.r. Mill . ..
Pali llinmion Co ...
Ptprfkeo Sue.r Co
Wmlu.l Aft Co , as
WalluVu Suear Co
Walmanalo Sugar Co
W.lnta Mill Co
WllJtr Sle.mthlp Co
Inter.ltlani St.am N Co
Haa an Lle-ctr c Co
Hn. RaplJT. Land Co
Hon. St.am Laundry...
Mutual 1 elf pnnn. Co .
Ptople t c. & K'l'e do
Hawaiian Gov 6 rcr crnt
law ii i-oti 3iv 4rrrc
HiloH. H.Co 6prccni
Ea Plantal'n 6 rcr ran
Kahuku Plant. 6 per cent
Uahu R flt LanJ Co. pr i
Oattu Plantation 6 p .
How the rain pours, and liow the grass grows, and how useful a
good Lawn Mower is now ! Our splendid new model Lawn Mower
has been M in this market by us for the past live years, and we
have yet to hear of the iirst complaint. Easy to run, easy to
sharpen, durable, and reasonable In price.
We have all sizes, from the little croquet mower to the large
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.
W. W. DIA10ND & Co. i
KING 8TREHT. g
.. . I BO M
. I o
or6oo' loo JA 170
joo.ouo to 1) tsH
t,yxvx to 14. IJ'Z
IV.000 loo rst
J, 000,000 30 ...
500.000 loo . .. .
750,000 tOO m,.
750,000 100 . lt
t.tjo.oon luoj, ., rt
l.joii.ooo Im IK tig
yxtouo tool .. .,(
7oo,oor loor H
115.000 tool...., IX.
500000 loo . ... 9
500,000 100 tj
tio.ono tool tor......
153,000 loo1 55
40,000 too , ....
lto,oo too , ..,,
.,.., ., lot
jSHREVE & CO., San Francisco,
"A. Uvt.llO. I. PalltM IHTMU" m
Country Club LuncheonSpecIalfTes
V.al Cuum r CuOin. V.U UJ. CbiUi.
FrkMMf.Ckka. a U Mtf .ocSlif Qikaf. ui
.m4m1j riMf w .dua. kium., 4tami
U4.iMtM,uMM.i ri (aliafri art '
Considerable anxiety existed oer the
tllsapiiearnnee of Mr. Shnrrntt, puruer
of the steamer Keauliou. On tho lant
trip down he left tho steamer nt i:io-lo
on liorsebacl; for n trip nnd nt n hue
hour his satldlo horso returned minus
saddle anil rider. J
.Mr. Sharrntt, tho missing purser
ot the Keatihon, was 11 passenger from
Elcele on the gasoline schooner Sur
prlso which arrived this morning.
Alirnluim f! Kauliikou lina Lectin his
duties ns a deputy clerk of tho Judlcf?
Tho Claudluo loft for Mnul last even
, Ing with both light freight nnd passen
ger list. She carried -3 bags or mnll.
Furnishln? House GooJs.
000. I'nless tho War Department pjF"-aKartafataf!aKirta)6llaJ0i
changes Its plans, the transports en rr
route to Manila niny lie expected hero
Tho neighborhood of tho I'nclflc
Mall ami Navy wharves presented nu
animated scene last evening, owin,; to ."To facilitate trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver all goods
tho departure of the Nippon Mnm for purchased or ordered of them, free of all charges for transportation to
mo loaxi, null nit' jiuiiiMi"K .inn 11 iui
the Orient. The hand plajcd Boer.ll
patriotic airs, which were evidently ap
preciated by the crowd upon tlio
whares. Following nie the mimes of
those who depaited fur the Orl'Uf r
V. and J. I. Davles, III- and Mm V It
Pay and C. Salto.
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,
, Miirkct Ct Post Sth., 8. p.
Hluitr.ttrJ CAT Al OCil'E anJ prices furnishiJ upon receipt of request. We have
I the largest in.wifactorv of Jewelry anJ Silverware est of New Yotl; City, and are
prepared in lurn.sn special uesign.
Sales 25 Oaliu, 57J.oo s 30; 150 Ewt,
J28.W: 10 Oahu, 5172. o: 10.000 Haw 'n
Govt 6s, $10000; 10 Walalua, Jl24.oo;
? waialua, ji24.o;; whwa, $i.50;2?
Oahu, J17000; 10 Walalua, $12400; r
Walalua, J 1 24.00; 5 Val.1lu1, $124.00: i
Oahu, 5l&; 00; jo Ewa, 2S.5cr, 10 Wi.s
lua, $12). jo.
SETTLING TIIH STRIKE J
Indianapolis, Nov. 11. The mectlnj;
of tlio nntlonnl exccutlvo board of tbf;
United Mine Workers of Amnia,
which Is to bo held here tomorrow; W
the last to be held by tho board befnro
the national comcntlon In Jnmurf.
Matters of grave Importance will bo
considered nnd tho policy to. be artopteJ
at tho convention will be (mtllnvl.
Foremost nmong thete Is tho sltuatiai
In the anthracite Held. While the mill
ers were victorious In the great strike
which has Just been settled, this was
simply n preliminary skirmish, an J z.
great deal of work remains to be doer.
It Is announced. The primary con
sideration Is to get the operator tu
meet tho representnthes of tho Unite!
Mine Workers In nnnunl scale confer
ence. At each of theso conferences tfca
prlie of mining, the powder iiuertloa
and n number of oilier problems that
hne confronted the organization tea
a number of eara will be fixed nnd az
agreement for n jenr entered Inta
On Sale bv. . . .
The fine rfrlgniutor mentioned fii
tho Ilulletln s description of the bh?
Mny grocery vstablisliiiicnt Is a (Iui
ney It was put In by W. W. Dliuoml
fc Co., Mil . agent for tho Hawaii in.
Islands. Willi "Ills great illmensloni
Mays lefrlgerutor In yet ns elegant ns
tho finest OurneyH fiirnlshcil by 1)1
mond to private houses,
Floe Job I'rlutiDi at th DulUtln
iUiiViViVrVi'i'iiiViiVi C u ro
r MAOIC S
Ti'fftmtmmmfrA w c.t. .u orsi.t
ii it it ii ii ii ii H
i am now showing, in my lower window, for the First Time a splendid assortment of
I .Haedkerchief s
: j. ,
CONSISTING OF . .
.Ladies' Ladies' and Gents'
Embroidered Linen, Plain Hemstitched,
iging from ii5c to $5.00 each. From one fourth to one-half inch hem, in all qualities..
Ladies' Real Lace,
m Honiton, Duchess, Brussels' Point, A.altese (in silk), and Embroidtied Chiffon.
The above were all personally selected by me when in En land, and, biing imported under the old duties and marktf
accordingly, .1 believe the public will sa thev are the cheapest and the handsomest goods ever offered here.
E. W. JORDAN,
No. 10 FORT STREET.