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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H' I.,- FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 33, 1900.
IN LARGE VARIETY
Black and galvanised, In any length;
li Inch to a Inch thick.
Dlston's make) a big supply en hind.
Paints and Oils
Manila and Sisal from ',( Inch to G
Hl Plows and Breaking Plows.
Fort St.. opposite Spreckels Bink.
JttA D7TU Htvt
These lamps burn In such a manner that
the combustion Is almost perfect and for
this reaon the light Is magnificently
brilliant, smokeless m.d odorless.
Th; limps a'c absolutely safe It being
simply inipolbie to e.plo 'e.
If you are t'rsJ of the bother of ordinary
lamps, If y wish to rid yourself of
their care, tne above will appeal to you
very stronglv v.ien coupled with
economy the appeal Is irrcsWable.
The Angle Lump accomplishes per
feet Illumination, t prents an oppor
tunity of securing a light that Is tasllv
operated and more brilliant than gas or
electricity with no in re neat at a mere
fraction of trni-cost "t prov.d'salampfot
Homes, stores, otti rs, fjrtentt, halls,
llbrailes, hotels and churches, that Is
Ideal In every way.
The public Is cordially Invited to call
and Inspect these lamps.
Theo. II. Davies & Co., Ltd.
Meichantsand Commission Agents,
Agents for Grant Powder Co.,
Koenr Haruor Lime fort
FINEST gc CIGAR
SOLD IN HONOLULU.
I Pocket I
ii Diaries u
n 1900. li
Wall, Nichols Co.
Camara & Co. can now be found on
Alakea street between King and Mer
The Grand Prix
BTh Diploma of Honor
lEhevt PmlNt aarJ )
A3 lil Ul
THIS ward, maJt by an International Jury of twenty fivt memreri.was
I at a ratine, on points, Hlghtr than any of the other twenty typewriters
In cnmretitlnr. an4 auotlnr from th IjtvS teoort wai elven "for ceneral
1 DC b nil 1 11 1 rCITllCr u(eriorlty ul construction and efncienc al the hlfihot ratine.
. m "is The Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
Pans Exposition. st.cU..n.y..u.s.a.
Mr. Hermann Mfeth who la an experienced
trrlter irpalrer, has tk,n full ihirgt oi
this (ranch o the Nlne Weart reajy to
gliequotit ims cm Smlih Premier machine
orettltnatrt on rpalr work on any class of
typewriters. Work fully guaranteed.
Secondhand machines taken In ex
AStO(k ct No a and No 4 machines
constantly on hand, and general supplies.
C. W. Macfarlane,
Diploma of the Grand Prix '
The hlchest award ottered by the
Igher than Gcld'or Sliver Medal has teen Riven to the
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Dealers for the Territory of Hmvuld
For exhibition at the Store tf the PACIFIC CYCLE & MANUFACTURING CO..
LMiicrrt uiuwit. i-ti. puvwu
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
MUSIC AT WAIKIKl INN
Saddle horses for sale. Sec For Sato
Tlio 17. S. training ship Adams Is
shortly duo at llllo.
The funeral of Mrs. Ilenjamln Oil
velrn was held yesterday afternoon. ,
Turkeys for your Thanksgiving din
ner nt the Metropolian Meat Market.
Kalawc died at the I.unnlllo Home of
old age, though his years were but
Another attempt will bo made to get
n quorum for a meeting of the Board
of Health this afternoon.
A "Welcome Home" will bo glvfn
Captains Matthls and Mills at the Sal
vation Army hall tonight.
Tlio Klloiiea Hon arrived this morn
ing nt 7 o'clock, she Is unloading 21(10
bags of I'aatihau sugar In tlio stream.
The ship Albert will In all pnibl
bllllty leave the Oceanic wharf with :i
cargo of sugar for tho Coast on Mon
Dainty little souvenir nlbums bound
In Kappa cloth, arc offered the purchas
ers of Christmas presents by tho HO
NOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
SUNDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING
There will be n Joint meeting of tho
reception committees of the Y. M. C. A.
and Y. V, C .A. today rb arrange for a
social to bo held In the near future.
Tho dirt, sand and coral from tho
excavations for the Young block Is be
ing used to fill In tho depression back
of Kuumakaplli church in tho burnt
Eighty-seven vessels ure on the bills
for Honolulu and other Island por 3.
Thirty-six nro from Ncweustlo alorc.
The majority are big ships and will
remain and tnko sugar.
Tho Yola goes out today for tho
Sound. She discharged two-thirds of
her cargo here, and will unload the
balance nt Seattle. She lucky In not
being requited to take in ballast.
Hcv. A. K. Cory will preach at the
Christian church Lord's Day morning
and evening. The subject of tho ser
mon nt 11 a. m. will be, "The Guet
Chamber. At 7:30 p. m. "Katlng with
Among the arrivals from Hawaii and
Maul ports in the Claudlno this morn
ing were the following: Dr. Holland
I.. P. Lincoln, Mr. Wltlgeroth, C. K.
Towt, It. D. Mead and wife and Mro.
VONPRAAG, SHARP AND STICKNEY
Tho bothersome Japaneso plums ar
again In season and ladles walking
along on the sidewalks in some sections
of the city should bo careful that their
skirts aro not stained a deep pulplo
whm they reach home.
In the Police Court this forenoon,
O'llrlcn, a hack driver, was fined k'u
una costs on tho chargo of furious und
heedless driving. O'llrlen Is tho nitn
who, n few days ago, drove over a two-year-old
child with the"result of scriotM
Tho ship C. F. Sargent, damnum,
was tawed out to sea this murnlng by
tho Fearless. She goes to tho Sound
for coal. This Is her fourth trip un
der a contract with tho 0. It. & J.. Co.
and will require two more cargoes to
complete, her contract with the uboo
Iokepa, a native, died last night and
a Coroner's inquest will bo held to-lAV"
in connection with tho case. Iokepu
was one of tho laborers who worked
the freight olT tho Doric, when Bhn wiin
here on the 17Hi Inst. Ho drank somo
liquor oft the ship and was slcK tip to
tho last night, when he died.
Tho departure of the C. F. Sargent to
day furnished an Item of Interest and
which at 0110 time was the talk of the
water front. It was the marriage of 11
colored cook named King to a white
girl from Australia, Alter being ho'o
for four months, they both finally took
passu&e on tltu above vessel 11s cook
anil stewardess. Tho young lady In
question Is quite good looking, white
her colored husband Is spoken eiy
highly of by tho captain of tho ship, lib
welt as others.
They all take their Hals off
Hanan & Sons,
when it comes to Shoes.
We are their Sole Agents
and are carrying a grand line of
this Famous Shoe.
Icteny Shoe Store.
OF INTEREST TO
Wl: ARIi SLLLINQ !
Those now keeping house or atout to
do so who have not the capital to lay In
a complete lot of furniture are enabled In
this way to furnish their homes at a smil
Call and Investigate at the
HaaaBNnMaUSyS I H
I AnlavmoatoCxiifattMTaU n
Country Club luncheon Speclalflu
VfU Cudtth fork Uttlrt. V4 Uit OuUlO
FrkMMt.Qkkkca U Mtff Offc tU$4 Chlcaco aa4
On Sale bv....
-tiny on Amcrlcnn Policy.
In 11 brief address accepting tho de
gree of Doctor of Laws conferred upon
him by Princeton, October 20, Secio
tary of Stato Hay said: "I accept U,
with deep appreciation, for I am al
lowed, to Interpret It as n sign of jour
approval of tho manner In which I and
my colleagues In tho government have,
under the direction of tho president,
conducted the forclgn'rehitlons of tho
country for the past two years. They
havo been years of much labor and
! many perplexities, and If any measure
of success has attended our efforts It
ha3 been due, not to any stiength or
1 ability of mine, but to tho fact that our
course was so clenrly marked out for
us by a century-of national tradition?
from which wo hao 'neer swerve 1
In the light of recent events one
thing is positive. Wo enn no longur
cling to tho same Isolated posltlo'i
among the nations that wo formerly ro'
Joked in. The United States ot today
can not go back to what tho country
4 unu ttttv fir n hunilieil vears ntro.
Whether we will or no, whether for
better or worse, wo must go forward."
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, S10 to 820.
Skirts, $10 to $18.
& Marsh, Ltd.
510 FORT STREET.
Fort and Beretauia Streets.
HONOLULU STOCK UXCHANGD
Ilonnlmu, November 2j,i9oo.
NAME OF STOCK $JfJ ' 't? Bti Utkti
t, Urewtr SLdHnpiny t.ooo.toc
AmtrlcinSugir Co. . i.yo.ooo! iw
twi UnftionCo -.- l.OTlO.OnO
Hamoa I'lafititlonCo IT 1,000
HiwailinCom AtSu Co. f.iit.Tio ie
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29th, 1900
Should be remembered by all ood cltiens.
Continued Prosperity for Hawaii, iliould bring joy to us all,
for every one is j participator.
You may want some extras for your Thanksgiving Dinner
Table tins vear. Let us mention a few specialties that we have
displayed in our Thanksgiving Window: Turkey Platters, Carvers,
1'oultry Miears, crystal carver hcus, uom noiuers, v-eiery i rays,
Salad Helpers, Game Sets, Champagne Coolers, Bouillon Cups,
Table Ornaments, Roemers, Banquet Lamps, Nut Bowls, Wine
Sets, Table Cutlery, Table Silver, Fancy Plates, Bon Bon Dishes,
HiwjlUn Suef Co
ttonomu sozar l.o . .
HonokJiaSiiear Co .
Hku Sufrar Co ,.
MinuKU runuiion io
Kamato Sue Co Lt4 a
Kamalo Sue Co, pi up
Klhtt l'.Cr.LtJ..ri up
Klahutu SugJir Co
Koloa Sueir Co .
Konj Sti(Fr Co
Miuntlel Suear Co.a 1
Miunaiel u i,o pj up
uanu sugar i.o ,
Onom SuffirCo. ..'
Ookila Sueir iMjn. Co.
OlnSu. Co., Iti , ail
Olowalu Company . .
f'aautiau Su I'Uti, Co
Pacific Suar Mill ...
Pala Plantation Co ....'
Pptt'o Sutrar Co . .
Pioneer Mill Co .
Walatua Ajrr. Co, at
Walana Company ..
Walmanato Sugar Co I
Waltnea Mill Co ...
WUJer Steamship Co ,
Inter-ltlani Steam N Co!
Hawaiian Llectrlc Co I
Hon. Steam LaunJry,. J
Mutual Telephone Co .
rtopit t (I K K I E LO
Hawaiian Gov 6 per cent
Hawaiian Gov, 5 per cent
iijw.ti raiiaiv 4HPrr
H1I0 U. R. Co. 6 Percent
Ewa Plantat'n 6 percent'
Kahuku Plant. 6 per cent
Oahu P At Lani Co. pr cl
warm runianon ope.
Furnlshln? House GooJs.
W. W. DIMOND S Co.
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 firm, or who will furnish satisfactory
references In San Francisco.
Jewelers, Gold and Silverware Manufacturers,
iMfirltct Ct Umt Sihm S. I:.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices lurnMud upon receipt of request. We have
the largest manufactory of Jewelry anJ Silverware west of New Yoik City, and are
prepared to fumbli special design.
l.oiouo $o I
t,)Oit,000 J '
i6o,ono It ...
WC.OO- loo !
joo.ooti loo ...
tlT.J'O, 10 ..
1 50,0001 too
Salts 10 Oalni Jifii: 10 Evvj. liS.to-
250 Ewa, $28.50 i 25 uha A, 55.00 ; 200
Hawaiian SuRar. Jw.50; 50 Hawaiian
bURar, tt) 50 ; J Wal.1lna.J122.50 ; 7 Mc-
uryuc, ?7 ; 10 Hawaiian 3URar. JJQ.50 ; 5
Walalrn. f 122: ? Waialua. M22 : n V.il-
On Street HweeperH.
Evidently tlio men driving the strm.
weepers nro trying to steal n mari'b
on somo ono In tho department under
which they nre employed. At a little
after 0 o'clock thlH morning, a citizen
going to his offlcc, noticed two Immense
clouds of dust going down Alakea
street. Ho was at a loss to know what
on earth this dust mean on n still
morning and was curious enough to
Investigate. There ratuo n rift In the
clouds ot dust and there before, htra
wero the two street sweepers hurrying
down tho street. Thn men must have
lieen In a hurry to Mulsh tholr wo-k
for they had not waited for tho strett
sprinklers to do their work. It Is a
will known fact that tho men nro re
quired to sprinkle tho streets first bo
foro using the sweeper.
Tho livening Bulletin. 75 cent per
( it ii ii1 i i ii' a
I am now showing, in my lower window, for the First Time a splendid assortment of
" -1 Handkerchief:
Fine Job Printing at the BulUUn
!Viiiiiiiiiiiiii'ii. "21 to carry
;jj MAQlt slg;-2Waytc
: HEADACHE; ouro a hoad
J WAFERS I: ache
aqffffffffMtpfffcl jo nt. all dmndtt.
Ladies' and Gents'
Embroidered Linen, Plain Hemstitched,
Ranging from 25c to $5.00 'each. From one fourth 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 marked
accordingly, 1 believe the public will say they are the cheapest and the handsomest goods ever offered here.
E. W. JORDAN,
No. JO FORT STREET.
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