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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, , 1900.
IN LARGE VAWETY
Black anJ RalvanWed, In any length;
Inch to i In.h thick.
Dlston's mikeia big supply on hand.
Paints and Oils
Manila and Slsil from ',( Inch to 6
Flee Plows anJ Breaking Plows.
Tim Hawaiian Mm
Fort St.. opposite Spreckels Hank.
M ennt kmt
These lamp burn In such .1 manner that
the combustion Is almost pctect anJ for
this reason the light Is magnificently
brilliant, smokeless at J odorless.
TheUmpj.v iiolntely sa'e I. being
simply lnipolble tr -Nploie.
If you are tlr-d of the bother of ordinary
lamps, If v 1 Wish to rid yoursel' of
their care, tne above will appeal to you
very strongly NVhen coupled with
economy the appeal Is Irrefutable.
The Angle Lump accomplished per
feet lllumlmthi. t presents an oppor
tunity of s:curmri alight that is easily
operated and mure brilliant than gas or
electricity with -o mrehe.it at a mere
fraction of th:l -cost it prov d! a lamp for
Haines, stores, olTi rs futurist, halls,
libraries, hotels and churche, that Is
Ideal In every way.
The public Is cordially Invited to call
and Inspect these limps.
Tlieo. li. Davies & Co., Ltd.
.Meichantsand Commission Agents,
Arint. fnr (".Tint Prtiir Hi..
Roehr Harbor Lime & Port-'
FINEST gc CIGAR
SOLD IN HONOLULU.
Wall, Nichols Co.
Camara & Co. can now be found on
Alakca street between King and Mer
The Grand Prix
(The Diploma of Honor
llcht.l polblt aari.)
WAS WON UY
The Smith Premier
'HIS awarJ, maJ ty an International Jury of twenty fivt memteri.wai
rating, on points, Higher than any i.f the other twenty typewriters
In comretltln, ani quoting from the Jury' report wai given "for central
surcrlorlty of construction and ernclenr at the highest rating.
The Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
Syracuse N. V.. U. s. A.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
MUSIO AT WAIKIK1 INN
furnished room, $5 per month, So
To Let column.
Whitney & Marsh have put one thou
sand ladles' skirts on sale. See
rino new saddlo horses from Kauai.
Good size, una single footer, pretty and
stylish, for sale cheap at Stock yards.
SUNDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING
The ship Albert. 'Griffith, will tako
her departuro for San Francisco on
Sunday or Monday with some 18,000
bags of sugar.
The V, 0. Hall was a day ahead of
time this trip usually .coming In on
Sunday. This Is due no doubt to there
being no sugar for her.
The Norweglau bark Stjorn arrived
nt Portland, Ore., on tho 13th Inst from
Honolulu. She Is under charter to loi.l
wheat and left for the Islands on the
Tho ship Iroquois Is looked for short
ly after tho first of December from tho
Sound. She has In her hold a large
cargo of general merchandise for local
houses nnd several plantations.
Tho K. M. 8. Aorangl of the GVA.
Royal Mall Line from Vnncomer nnd
Victoria on her way to Sydney nod
way ports, arrived this afternoon and
docked nt tho Paclllc Mall wharf.
Captain John Utterstrom, wife, nnd
seven children nrrhed In San I'rnuel!,
co Nov. 3 on the bark Annlo Johnson
from Illlo, whete he Is captain of the
tug boat Hover. Ho will return In the
JohuBon to Hawaii.
Among the passengers from Katiul
ports In (he V. (1. Hall this morning
wcro tho following: 0. N. Wllrirt, A. S.
Wilcox, wife nnd child, Dr. t'urinlch-icl
and wife, Geo. I'nlrthltd, Miss .1. Klu.
Mrs. Kane, W. A. Hardy, W. K. I.uv.
G. 1). Curtis, .A. Harris and II. Crabli.
United States nnd European malls
will bo dispatched as per postal sche 1
ule and contain supplies of our "Hawa
iian Souvenir Art Calendar" for 1901.
Edition limited. New subjects better
than ever. Strictly high class work.
Host calendar yet produced. Don't fall
to mail ono to tho friends at home.
Wall, Nichols Co., tl.d.
VONPRAAG, SHARP AND STICKNEY
Tho HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY
CO. are at u great disadvantage be
cause of the smallness of the spare
that they have on the ground floor. In
order to really form some Idea of the
stock that they carry. It Is necessary
to tuko a trip through their working
rooms, which occupy the entire npnV'0
in tho upper tloors of their building,
corner of Hotel and Kort Btrcct.
REFRESHMENTS SERVED. .
A A A A A A A A A A A A aV A A
They all take their Hats off
Hanan & Sons,
when it comes to Shoes.
We are their Sole Agents
and are cairying a grand line of
this Famous Shoe.
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S iTW IMaaaaWI IT aaSlTTiMr -i
& Mr Hrnrann Atleth who Is in exptrltncti
i tjewiifcr irpilrer, tut tikin full Caret ql
thi trancho the but!nes We art reti to
X rjlve qgotaton on hmlih Premier machine
oreumaifi en rrpalr.work on any ctati of
tjctwrlters. Work fully guaranteid.
& W Second-hanJ machines taken In ex
"l " St;k ct No 1 ani No 4 machines
3 conitattly on hanJ, anJ central kufpllet.
C. W. Macfarlane,
Diploma of the Grand Prix
The highest award offered by the
Igher than Gold or Silver Medal has teen given to the ,
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Dealers for the Territory of HuwjiII.
For exhibition nt,the Store cf the PACIFIC CYCLE & AUNUFACTURING CO..
v fihlerK ninck. Font Street.
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Country Club Luncheon Specialties
Vtal CtrtKta. rarii UCrt. VtJ Ut Qucaea
FricutccChkkfa U MirtBga. fllfU Cbkata u4
?M(u.Tttt4rtoia t SL Maccdoioe tttv
On Sale bv
Vliat' ln,n Nninc.rp
Although the present fashion of
chastening children with family sur
names U much to lie commended fcr
mnny reasons, It carries with It sorco
awful possibilities unknown In thi
days of Mary Anns and John Henrys.
A glance at the following list, each
name of which la genuine, will Illus
trate sufficiently well tho possibilities
of nomenclature resting with parents
in their choice of names for tho men
and women of tomorrow: Edna Dioltor
Mothershead, Marian Kngllsh Karle,
Sawyer Tinner Somercst, Will V. Upp,
Kcnlou Pray Dally, Ilcuton Klllln Sav
ngo, Owen. Taylor Money, Imn I.lttle
Lamb, Iliolier Husbands Hart, It. li,
Phelan-Ooodc, Marie A. Ilachclor, .Mny
Tyus I'pp, I, Hetty Sawyer, Mabel Kvo
, Story, Will Waltz Wither, 'Worlns
Orccn Cotes, Iva Winchester Ulle, i:
ta I.otta Hnmmoud-DeKges, llarher
Cutting Mann, Weir Sick O'Dryan, Ma
kin I.oud Noyes, Hurd Copp CiimmlnK,
llodenor Pullman Karr, Doody Splaa
Sourwlne, Knott Worth Heading.
WhuiiiViViiiiiV E"2. to carry
5 MAGIC -2way to
"I.-?!!i: euro a head
1 WAFERS :acho
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BOTHA TALKS TERMS
London, Nov, IB. Commandant (len
oral llutha, according to n dispatch lu
tho Dally Mall from Pretoria, has sent
to Lord Roberts a statement of lbs
terms on which ho will surrender,
"Wo undeistnnd," Bays the Dally
News, "that Lord Roberts has Intimat
ed that It Is lmposslblu to withdraw
more troops from South Africa."
"Tho Portuguese Government," says
the Lisbon correspondent of tho Dally
Mall, "has cabled depriving Herr PotU,
Transvaal Consul it Lourenzo Marques,
ot his exequatur."
Mclnerny Shoe Store.
Extraordinary ! $
&, . Hpent Snle nt
LADIES' WASHABLE SEPARATE SKIRTS
The Bm,t Product of one of the Best Makers in New Yorlt.
All New .mil Correct.
White and Colored Pique White and Colored Crash
White and Colored Duck Fancv Serges and Coveits
In Great Variety worth up to $,.00 each. ALL GOING AT
ONLY $1.00 EACH.
A RARB OPPORTUNITY.
& Marsh, Ltd.
510 FORT STREET.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29th, 1900
Should be remembered by all good citizens.
Continued Prosperity for Hawaii, should bring joy to us all,
for every one is a participator.
You may want some extras for your Thnnksplving Dinner
Table tills year. Let us mention a few specialties that we have
dlsnl.ived in our Tlianksulvini! Window: Turkev Platters. Carvers.
B. Poultry Shears, Crystal Carver Rests, Corn Holders, Celery frays,
bal.nl Helpers, uamt sets, ut.tmp.icne coolers, bouillon cups,
Table Ornaments, Roemers. Bamiuet Lamps, Nut Bowls, Wine
Sets, Table Cutlery, Table Bibyer, Fancy Plates, Bon Bon Dishes,
PACIFIC MAIL PRESIDENT.
New York, Nov H Kor aanio ur.ex
plain.) I i eaten tho meeting of tho Pa
cific Mnll directors which was schedul
ed for today, was again postponed, this
time Indefinitely. It was expected that
nt this meeting Charles II. Tweed, vke
president of the .Southern Paclfle,
would ho elected president of the Pa
cific Mall Company,
m Glass and
Furnlshlnr House GooJs.
W. W. DIMOND & Co.
OF INTEREST TO
WU AHE SLLLINQ
Those now keeping houss or about to
do o who have not the capital 'to lay In
a complete lot of furniture are enableJ In
this way to furnish their homes at a small
Call and Investigate at the
Fort and Beretania Streets.
HONOLULU STOCK UXCHANGH
Honolulu, November 24, 1900.
NAME Or STOCK
C. Drtwer & Company
Amtrtcan Sugar Co .
H..mr.i Plantation Co
Haw than (om Su Co
Hiwiiifln Sucar Co .
Honimu Sutcar Co
Hillcu Suivar Cn
Kahuku Plantation Co
tCamalo Su Co LtJ a 1
Kam ilo Sui Co. rl up I
Klhei Plant Cn LtJ.asI
Kinrt r.tn uj TJup t
Kliahulu Sufiir Co
Koloa Suffjr Co
Koni Suear Cn , at
Miunall Nugir Co.j (
Maanatri Su Co rJ up (
pJ up j
pJ up j
Oj.hu Surar Co ,
Onooira Sugar Co
Ookala Sua At plan Co
Olaa Su. Co. Ml . )
t'aaunau su t'ian ui
Paclfc Sugar Mill
Pata Plantation Co
PT ( Suvar Co
Walalua Apr. Cn .
Walanae Company .
Waituku Sugar Co.
Walmanato Sugar Co
Walma .Mill Co
WlUrr Stamhln Cn
. . . T.
inifriunj Mam n i-oj
Hawaiian Lltctric Co
Hon. Steam LaunJry,,
YILTJftl iirnnnt n
MakjhaConttCo Li pJ
Oah'j Wv ft Lin J tin.
I'topit t K I g Co,
HxwilUnfinv 1 tiv rent
Hawaiian tiov. j 1 rr tent
Haw O Pott Sav 4Hrr
H1I0 H R.Co. 6rrcnl
Ewa Plantat'n 6 pr cent
Kahuku Plant, 6 per rent
wjnu k Lan 1 Co, pr c
viiiu iijniaiinn ope
I Capital ,5- riM
I "afiur 'fl D,i
I, (On auo W
toco ' 100
I JO 000 ieo
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 satlsfacinrv
.,Lrnv!;rB,,t,.,;B.,li..?nJK: references In San Francisco.
ccntiy nt Nico, has bequeathed Ills cb
late or tiUU.ouu ultimately to Ills t
tlnuvhtrrs nil their attalnlni; the ncn
33 years, nrovlileil "they luivo not nrc- Miirkct tf Pout Sts., K. I;
vlously mai rled either u citizen of tin Illustrated CATALOGUE and prl furnished upon receipt of request. Wi
United States of America or a member the lamest manufactory of Jewelry and Silverware west of New Yoik City, ai
ui uiu iiei'ii'n rfseu ur it'iisiuii, ' prepareu 10 niniisn special uesin
5 Jewelers, Gold and Silverware Manufacturers,
SALES 50 Kahuku. in.to: 10 WsMim
5122.53; H Walalua, i22.5o i i7 0ahu,
fltsoOahu, J1751 5 Waldlua, 5t2ij 5
Walalua. S123 s 11 Hawaiian Electric A,
fGo; loWalalui, J121.
fleorRO Dolliy, who was Charles Dic
kon's secretary nnd manager durltiR
the last rending tour In tho United
States, died recently In the alcoholic
ward of n London hosidtnl. Drink had
made him a tramp, nnd he hail heea
turned out of his Inst lodgings on nc
count of his dirty habits. Ho wrote a
hook of rcmlnlsecnrs of Dickens with
tho title "Tho Chief as I knew Him."
His sister wus tho once famous Kne
llBh contralto Mme. Salnton-Dolhy.
' manaontratad Oroom
, LOSS OF COLOUR.
naaVlIk' 1 DO I. PrurihM
b; ifca leading rbrtlalaa
ol all Cauntrtas,
Dou ol Mail lit faaal
boon bring a back
V"a Jl tnT
ji. trr jn 1 -
- .- A IAJSf!C-
"t.rf,."'B wi..tulfi a.a ihr million .rtM
Wbolnila 1,0, Ko. LllaialiF, Taan
. I am now showing, m my lower window, for the First Time a splendid assortment of
, ; CONSISTING OF
Ladies' 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 Horiiton, Duchess, Brussels' Point, Maltese (in silk); and Embroidered Chiffon.
"The above were all p8rsonally selected by me when in En land, and, being imported under the old duties and marked
accordingly, I believe the public will say they are the cheapest and the handsomest goods ever offered here.
E. W. JORDAN,
Fine Job Printing at
No. 10 FORT STREET.
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