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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1900.
IN LAROb VARIETY
' Black and galvanised, In any length:
H Inch to i Invh thick.
Dlston's maWtja big supply on hind.
Dlston Saws , .
Paints and Oils
Manila and Sisal from H Inch to 6
Hlci Plows and Breaking Plows.
Fort St., opposite Sp-eckels Bink.
t mtpmA ti
These lamps burn In such a manner that
th combustion Is almost perfect and for
thU reaon the light Is magnificently
brilliant, smakelecs .Hid odorless.
Ihelimptr insnltitely safe It being
If you re tired if th bother of ordlnaty
lamps, ii ''"J wish to rid yourself cf
their are, the above will appeal to you
very strongly .VVn coupled with
economy th: appeil Is r.eltable.
The Angle Cnrnp accompllshei per
fect lllumln "ni ' r-j-ents an oppor
tunity of s;cm ,ig 1 1'ght that Is easily
operated and more brilliant than gas or
electricity with no m.re heat at a mere
fraction of th ' cost 't provd-salampfot
Homes, stores, olfi es. f-trr ,-les, halls,
llbrailes, hotels ani churches that Is
Ideal In every way.
The public Is cordially Invited to call
and Inspect these lamps.
Theo. II. Davics & Co., Lid.
.Meichants and Commission Agents,
Agents for Grant
SOLD IN HONOLULU.
Wall, Nichols Co.
Camara & Co. can now bo found on
jAlakca street between King and Mer
The Grand Prix
IThf Dlelona M Honor
1lehtt p-mlM. arJ )
WAS WON UY
The Smith Premier
HIS awari, rati ky an International J-ry of tnly!ivt mtntcn wai
1 ritlnp.onro n 1, Hlghr thin an of tt cthr twenty typewriter
In cc mM-tltlnn, anJ quoting from th Jury' rtpcrt t Riven ' for general
ftuptrlorityuf contraction tnS fficltncattrt hlctl ratlin.
The Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
&racut ;s, t., u. . a.
5 "-TwT?iDMW-Jrf-Vfc $
2 hU Hermann Mteih who U an eftperltnctl
ju TccHri'er rer'irtr, rai iiKtn tun (parse o
. 111 Wancho th Hitlni W arc read in
iv Bht qotJtor on Smith Premier machine
;v v vti.aia "i ttymii ouinuii nj imaa vi
;v t. r'" woK rui y guarantee a,
w W SeconJ hani machines taken In ei
',? Stxk l No a ani No 4 machines
,,' eotntattly en hand an3 general tuppli
C. W. Macfarlane,
4WvWti&to;!ftiw'H KMfW S
The highest aw2rd offered by the
Diploma of the Grand Prix
The highest award ofti
Igher than Geld or Silver Medai has been given to the
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Dealers Hop the Territory ot llawoll.
For exhibition at the Str.recf the PACIHC CYCLE & MANUFACIURING CO..
niilePH Block. Fort Street.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
MUSIC AT WAIKIK1 'INN
J. T. Hauler has gone to Kauai.
Thero has been a change In the Man
Sung Wnl Co. See notice under New
A warning to trespassers on the lands
o( the Don sett Co , Mil., appears under
Dr. Raymond has resumed his odlcc
hours at Dr. Oalbralth's office. Sec ad
under New Today.
Miss I.uclle McI)ole, a Bister of Clin
ton J. Hutchlns of this city, left In the
Zealnmlla last evening.
Take n look at V. W. Dlmond & Co.'s
ad for things you need for your
Thanksghlni dinner table.
A notice to members of Kamchamelu
Lodge of Perfection, No. 1, A. & A. 8.
It. appears under New Today.
Through an error It was made to ap
pear last night that Miss drlsnold
would play the Conccrtstueck by Web
er. Tho name should hao been Frank
The members of tho Kamcharctin
Afumnl Arroclatlou uliv.hl ,i. t forge'
the inciting In the il i' house title
evening n the usual tluio. Maltis of
great Importance will be dlsuisscd.
SUNDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING
The follow lug lime been named old
cers of the C. T. 17.: .Mrs. J. M.
Whitney, president, Mrs. II. J. Green",
leo president; Miss Whlteman and
Mrs. Jordan, secretaries; Mrs. . U II.
Coan, Mrs. II. II. Williams and Miss
People nrrUIng Into at Miss Oris-
wold's concert Prlilay ccnlng aro :e
quested not to procped to their seats
white n number Is being rendered Time
will be glen between parts n, b nnd c
of the first number for thoso who have
come In to take their seats.
Numerous aro the nickel brands of
cigars In Honolulu. The trade and pub
lic In general wilt no doubt appreciate
a new one, particularly when It com
bines the qualities which popular taMe
nnd climate demand. The Kamehamo-
ha cigar is such. It suits ctcrjhod).
Dalrt Laurence & Co. nre solo proprie
tors. Many of our readers hae film or
plate ncgatUcs that they hae taken
themsches, and do not reallzo that
bromide enlargements of these will ghe
the most exquisite results. Go to tho
storo of the HONOLULU PHOTO SUP
PLY CO, and see some sample enlarge
ments that hao been made from ordi
nary Kodak ncgatUcs.
V0NPRAA0, SHARP AND STICKNEY
Klaboruto preparations lime been
made for the luzaar of tho ladles of tho
Methodist church of this eltynt Iltmle
lea lawn this uttcrnoau and ccnln:.
The day promises to be it flno one and
thero should be a large number of peo
ple In attendance. The ladles promise
to lime on hand a mass of nrtlcles
suitable for Christmas gifts. The baud
will play In the cienlng.
There will be a big football gamo on
Saturday afternoon, beginning at 3:30
o'clock. Tho Malle-llllma and Punn
lion teams, tho crnck organizations of
tho city, will line up ng.ilnst each o'.h
ir on tho gridiron at Puliation. The II I
wnllan band will be In attendance to
play lhely nlrs for tho bojs. Admis
sion will bo twent-flo rents. ThU
small entranro fee Is charged In onW
that the expenses may not fall too
lieaUly on the bojs who nro to Ink to
ghe Honolulu sport loving people soma,
good mo sport.
Dr. McMilllan was very badly Injur
ed in an accident at Walanae jesterdny
afternoon. Ho was riding along one of
the roads when tho hitching rope ut
Inclied to his horse's neck became loos
ened nnd. falling to the ground, suc
ceeded In entangling tho feet of the
animal. Dr. McMillan was thrown to
the ground with tho horse on top of
htm. Ho was brought to town on tho
afternoon train and when an examina
tion wns made by Drs. Ahurez and Gal
limit li. It was found that nn arm nnd a
lib had bten brnKin Thero wns nlm
a seero cut on tho forehead and a iw
rloiin contusion ocr tho left oc. the
doctor Is now at the home of .1 filcnd.
AAAAA AA AAAAAA A A
Tliey all take their Hats off
Hanan & Sons,
when it comes to Shoes.
We are their Sole Agents
and are catrying a grand line of
this Famous Shoe.
Those now keeplnz houj or about tt
do so who has e not the caolUI to lirln
a complete lot o( furniture are enibW Ic
this way to furnish their homes at a sail
Call and Investigate at the
Mclnerny Shoe Store.
A Superb Line of.
Silk Waists &
These garments embody the latest ideas ; are correct in
style, perfect in finish, and appeal to Ladies of
Waists, 610 to 820.
Skirts, $10 to $18.
& Marsh, Ltd.
Telephone 430. ' 510 FORT STREET.
"As lavcntioo 1. miij.i im Tmu"
Country Club luncheon Specialties
Val CwOcu. rari Cwtictt, VcU LmL OlUo
FriMHt.Cttickca U Ut6&.&tf4 Chkaia m4
1ov4,T4irl9ta ! $ul Mc4ob P,
On Sile bv. . . .
Tho program for tho Orphcum Is en
tirely changed for tnls ecnlng. Con
Ion and Rjder will put on the second
of their series of condensed comedies
entitled "A Spring Chicken." Tho pIro
is full of laughter nnd Is copiously in
tcrlarded with songs winding up with
a grand patriotic finale. Denning and
Carroll liao a new skit, "An Irishman
at iiomo" that should proe a fun
maker, Anita Walton has tho latett
song "You ain't the man I thought
I ou was." Adams has freuli songj,
though tho demands for his old 'ones
' hae been s6 great that he hardly needs
them. The Dulcle Sisters, Urlghtlln,;,
I nnd Do Gnsco nil have fresh sclectlom.
while Conlon nnd Ryder nro suro to M
, clcveily up-to-dato In their dosiiM
I Judgo Wilcox denies tho Htatemunt
In yesterdiy's Star to the effect tlut
Kdiiaulu, sentenced to six months' Im
prisonment at haul labor on the chaign
of embezzlement, accused him of being
nn unjust Judge, Nothing of tho kind
, was tald.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29th, 1900
Should be remembered by nil uood citizens.
Continued Prosperity for Hawaii, ihould bring joy to us all,
for every one Is a participator.
You nny want some extras for your ThanUssiving Dinner
!: Table this year. Let us mention a few specialties that we have
displayed In our Thanksgiving Window: Turkey Platters, Carvers,
fl Poultry Shears, Crystal Carver Rests, Corn Holders, Celery Trays,
B. S dad Helpers, Game Sets, Champagne Coolers, Bouillon Cups,
Table Ornaments, Koemers, banquet Lamps, iNut bowls, wine
Sets, Table Cutlery, Table Silver, Fancy Plates, Hon Bon Dishes,
Purulshlne House Goods.
W. W. DIMOND & Co.
OF INTEREST TO
Wli ARL SELLINQ
Fort and Bcretania Streets.
HONOLULU STOCK HXCHAJYCI!
Honolulu, November 22, (0:0.
NAME OF STOCK
C. Driwtr & Company
American Sugar Co
Ea Ilanalinn Co
Hi mo I'Untttl nCo
Miwaiun (.on n bu 1.1
Hawaiian Su,tar Co
Honoma Sugar Co
Ha lu Suar Co
K'atiukj PUntJtlon Co
Kumalouc Co L(i
Kihil Plant Co LtJ.at
itiriikiu sufcar v-o
Kotos Sugar Co -Kt-nj
Sujjf Co ,
Miunalt 1 Sucir Cu a 1
Miunatcl Su Co r 1 up j
Mcbr)t SuCo Lias I
M pi up i
Oihd Sugar Co.
O-kila Supur IMin Co.
Paautiau Su Plan Co
Pacific Suftar Mill
PaU Plantation Co
Pptto Suear Co
WaUlua Ar Co , ai
Wailuku Sugar Co
Walnanalo Sucar Co
Walirca Mill Co
WllJtr Slamihln Co
lnttrlUnJ Sttan N Co
HiwiHjn hlrlrlf Cn
Hon RapliT ScUnJCo
rion 'Meam Laundry
Mutual llf phone Co
MakahaCoftCo U pi
Ptopl t ce & H I g Co
Hawaiian Gov 6(trcent
Hawaiian (ov, 3 prr cent
Haw ( Pott Siv 4 Jfrrrc
H1I0R K'.Co 6prcrnt
Fwa Plantat n 6 pr c rnt
Kahuku P ant 6 per cent
Ojhu R& LanJ Co pre
uanj 1 uniaiion ope
Tho I'uncliljowl plnclilng tiuiw tx
portcd extlnahtlj In thin paper aat
long ago hae not cutlrclj- dbaprrand
from tho gardens of tho Pottugurrc. to
fact, tho) nro spreading out In ibr 1
rectlon ot Maklkt nnd tho Plain aai
attacking egot.it Ion of uhaterrr na
ture that happens to Ho In their patic
Kortnn.itely tho numbers nre not wy
great hut thero Is ccrtalul) danger Ihii,
as tho months go by, they will Inrarue
until they hecomo a great pent.
A specimen sas ohtalmd from OHIoor
TVrrnlrti thta iti.ir.ilniT II I. in lh
I unil n linlf liimr nml It. are nmamV.
To facilitate trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver all goods ; n10 annearanee of a cricket Thr
purchased or ordered of them, free of all charges for transportation to semblance to this im-mi in.r
Honolulu, or returning same to San Francisco. Goods will be sent on!crsea hcn tho thing u turned npii
selection to those known to the firm, or who will furnish satisfactory down nml n Uo" cf lu "''" -references
In San Francisco. paralm ,s br0,,KhL ,0 Ucw"
tho Pollco Court this fortn.
Tim, tho hack drher ehargrd wata
running our a small ncvrspaixr bo;,
was discharged, It liming been detif
mlncd that ho uns not tn lilnmo In lue
SHREYE & CO., San Francisco,
1 1 50 OOl
1 oo oor
4 S 00,00c
ir .. .
.. . Iir
Sa'es 25 Olaa A. 5?.oc: 2 OIji A-
PUNCIIUOWL IMNCIIG U(Ifi.
'Jewelers, Gold and Silverware Manufacturers, 'a,!"
Alurkct Cf l(iHt StH., 8.
Illustrated CA 1 AI.OGUH and price furnlili'd upon receipt of reauest
the largest manufactor' of Jewelry and Silverware west of New Yoik City, and
prepared to furnish special design.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin
: NAGIC headaches
I HEADACHES, before
Z WAFERS . breakfast.
'&,WWfWf.V!t$: W !. .It dmrirUu
1 am now showing, tn my lower window, for the First Time a splendid assortment of
' ! Handkerchiefo I
CONSISTING OF M '
Ladies' Ladies' and Gents' ':.
Embroidered Linen, Plain Hemstitched,
Ranging from 25c to $5.00 each. ' , From one fouuh to one-half inch hem, in all qualities.
Ladies' Real Lace,
( in Honiton, Duchess, Brussels' Point, Maltese (in silk), and Embroidered Chiffon.
The above were all personally selected by me when in En land, and, being imported under the old duties and marfaf
accordingly, 1 believe the public will say thev are the cheappst and the handsomest goods ever offered here.
E. W. JORDAN,
No. 10 FORT STREET.
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