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BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26, -1900.
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IN LARGE VARIETY
UlacUanJ galvanUeJIn any length;
H Inch to !i Inch thick.
Diston'S makt;a big supply on htnd.
Paints and Oils
Manila and Sisal from H Inch to 6
KIce Pious and Breaking Plows.
Fort St., opposite Spreckcls Bank.
These lamps burn In such a manrer that
the combustion Is almost perfect an for
this reaon the light Is magnificently
brilliant, smokeless atid odorless.
The liinpsnrei!)olutely safe It being
simply Impossible icifpIo e.
If you are tired of the bother of ordinary
lamps, If ni wish to rid yourself of
their care, the above will appeal to you
very strongly A'ften coupled with
economy the appeal Is Irreslsiable.
The Angle Lump accomplishes per
fect Illumination. t prcents an oppor
tunity of securing a light that Is easily
operated and mi. re brilliant than gas or
electricity with no m .re heat at a mere
fraction of th-lrcost 't provides a lamp for
Holies, stores, olTi.es fj..to'lj, halls,
libraries, hotels and churches, that Is
Ideal In every way.
The public Is cordially Invited to call
and Inspect these lamps.
Theo. II. Davics & Co., Ltd.
Merchants and Commission Agents,
Agents for Grant Powder Co.,
Koenr nartjor Lime Port
SOLD IN HONOLULU.
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Wall, Nichols Co.
Caruara & Co. can now be found on
Alakea street between King and Mer
The Grand Prix
C'ht Dlrloma nf Honor
iKnt.t p&mlbu aara )
The Smith Premier
HIS awaf J, tnaJe ty an Irternatlcnal Jiry of uantyfiva mcnrerl, wa
ratln.onrolnts. Higher Than any f.l tht oihtf twenly lypawrlur
In comytltiT, ani quoting from tht Jury' rtput at cUcn "lor general
iu;triorit ol contraction anl tttcitocjai the Mcliatt ratine
The Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
Sracm N. Y.. U. 5. A.
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Mr Hermann Mieth ho Is an experltnca
iV !rerlt,r fcra w, ha Ukrn full tnarjro o
u this trancho' the tutne$ WaartreaJft
," (tha quotat onsen Smith Premier maihlrit
it or estimates en repair work on any dais 01
trwrttr. Wo'k fully euarantnJ.
Jk Secondhan4 machines taken In ex
? W Slock ct No t ani No a machines
K comtaotly on har J,anJ general surplles
V MACHINES RENTED.
C. W. Macfarlane,
k WtMUtWHHtotito. '. '.' &
The highest award oflered by the
Diploma of the Grand Prix
The highest award ofl
Igher than Gold or Silver Mcdai has been given to the
H. HACKFELD & CO., Lui.
De-tilers for the Territory of Hawaii.
For exhibition at the Store. fthePACIFIC CYCLE & MANUFACTURING CO..
tllilePH Ulock. Port Street.
LOCAL AND GENERAL..
MUSIO AT WAIK1KI INN
Two umbrellas have been found. Soo
New Today for further artlculam.
TIir Kclioonef Allan A. la at Eureka,
nnd will load redwood for Honolulu.
The high grado Otln hlcyclc only $39
ni tlif Walker Cyclery, flng Htreet,
A Mcyclo that will stand the uear
nnd tear of hard riding Is the Trllmns.
Xotlto of the election of ofllecrB for
the Wilder 8. S. Co, npcnnrs under Ke
Tie ship Lu on bound frcoi Kn'.ulul
tr: riillndcipnlti v.ii ?pktn li.'.a U
& longltudo o5U
Gnt your TlmnksgUIng turkey from
Hemy May & Co. They hao them In
all weights and tlzca.
Klertrls lights nie shining In oITIcch
nnd corridors of tho Capitol and Judi
ciary building this forenoon.
Assistant Superintendent Howell xaja
no reports of damage to public works
by tho storm hae been received.
Mr anil Mrs Q. II. Hcrrej returned
n the Aornngl Saturday from a five-l.-tmlliB'
tour In tho Stntcs and Uurop".
A ii.cctlng of tho stockholders nf the
Honolulu Stock Yaids Co. Is called for
Hcc. 10. Seo notice under New Today.
Kiln In Benncr of II. Wnterhouse &
Co. !a walking about without artllbial
asslntancc after tpiltc a long cripple 1
SUNDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING
Captain Ilcrger g.io tho concert at
'l.u Capitol yesterday nftcinooii in sphc
vt dorm. Tho band stand was dry nnd
Mr. Hlta Towksburj , ogma i.cnt
''f Insult i-i.l t. today on the ic
( .ltnendatlon if hr ;!iyiiclaii. Sl
'- taken fiJii her hnn e ! l!ie Jlrjl
Some of the most oxiiulalte color ttoilt
ihnt wo hao ever seen Is now on ex
hibition at tho Btore of the HOKO
LUI.U 1'IIOTO SUI'PlaY CO., 128
The lower part of the government
mirstry Is Hooded with about a couple
jf feet of water but the upper part Is
.11 right. The oung plants hno siif-
ert'd but eiy little damage.
Archibald Cooper Steele, manager of
'bo Tribune, and Miss Helen Willis are
to bo married at llllo on Saturday,
December 8. Mr. and Mrs. John A.
Srott Issue lnltntlons to tho wedding
reception at Walnaku Lawns.
Miss Klllcan has Just rccchcd from
Xc.v York a big Invoice of new lints tu
tho latest and Bwcllest styles. What Is
more, these hats are not expeiisho and
she defies competition In prices or qunl
ll. It will pay you to Bee these hats.
ONPRAAG, SHARP ANI) SIMHEY
' J Malle', rltirae! with c Jinumit
t'li.tnneo by le.li r. off n (bar go of giant
x.iei litthec't tl 1 1 for tlu Yuiii.
i; 'Iding last S-turrl.t nfrmot iu
"nei $100 and coita l.i the 1'olln Cotrl
'hi forenoon. l'e iila'ii pkujc.l u.u:
United States and European malls
will bo dispatched as per postal sclio 1
ule nnd contain supplies of our "Hawa
iian Somenlr Art Calendar" for 1901.
edition limited. New; subjects bctttr
thnn ccr. Strictly high class work.
Dest calendar jet produced. Uou't fall
to mall ono to tho friends at home.
Wall, Nichols Co., tLd.
A liltjele parade Is to bo a feature of
the fair at St. Andicn'a Cathedral next
Saturday afternoon. W, L. O. Mack
imin has undertaken this part of the
iffnlr. Thero will bo two classes one
for Indies nnd one for gentlemen anil
prizes, will bo given for tho best decor
ated blcjcles. Kancy tostumes. In keep
In; with the decoration of the blcjclci,
may be worn.
Mis. M. C. Wlddlfleld nnd Mrs. Vlila
w-cio thrown from their carrlago whllo
X BrW.4BkJ 't
A A A A A AAA A A A A A A A
They al! take their Hals off
Hanan & Sons,
when it comes to Shoes.
We are their Sole Agents
and are catrying a grand line of
this Famous Shoe.
Inerny Shoe Store.
Great Sale of
LADIES' WASHABLE SEPARATE SKIRTS
T la- Best I'roJuct of one of the Best Makers in New York.
Ail (New and Correct.
White and Colored Pique White and Colored Crash
White and Colored Duck FancrSerges and Coveits
In Great V.trlety worth up to $5.00 each, ALL GOING AT
ONLY 81.00 EACH.
A RARB OPPORTUNITY.
OF INTEREST TO
WL AKU SU.LINO : j :
Those now heeplnz houss or about to
doo who have not the capital to lay In
a complete lot of furniture are enabled In
thk way to furnish their homes at a small
Call and InvestlRite at the
Fort and Beretania Streets.
HONOLULU STOCK liXCHANCII
Honolulu, November :C, 1900.
& Marsh, Ltd.
510 FORT STREET.
1 Luncheon Spetlaldn
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29th, 1900
Should be remembered by nil good citizens.
Continued Prosperity for Hawaii, should bring joy to us all,
for every one is a participator.
You nny want some extras for your Thanksgiving Dinner
Table this. year. Let us mention a few specialties that we have
displayed in our Thanksgiving Window: Turkey Platters, Carvers,
Poultry She irs, Crystal Carver Rests, Corn Holders, Celery Trays,
Salad Helpers, Game Sets, Champagne Coolers, Bouillon Cups,
Table Ornaments, Koemers, Banquet Lamps, Nut Bowls, Wine
Sets, Table Cutlery, Table Silver, Fancy Plates, Bon Bon Dishes,
Furnlshlne House Goods.
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W. W. DIMOND & Co.
NAME Or STOCK
C. tlrcwer & Company
AfBf rlcan Soj-jf Co..
w Plantation Co
m a wan in uom Mi uo
Hawaiian Suirar Co
Honmti Sutcar Co
M'kil Sunr Cn
KahuVj Plantation Co
tCamaloSue Co Ll4 a
Kamalo Sop Co, piup
KtM Plant Co ltd, at
I' CoLtJ rlun
Kivahultj bxtgtt Co
KoUt Suear Co
Kina Sutra r Co . at
vtaunani ujar to a 1
Mauna u lo pi up
M " nJ tin I
vinu oueir vo ,
ka Sutrar lin Co
QlaaSu. Co. 111. at 1
ia SjCo hi. i j un I
I'aauhaii Su Plan Co
Pala Plantation Co .
Pp(eo Sugar Co
Pionevr Mill Co
Walilua Azt Co, a
Walluku Scear Co .
waimanaio boear Co
Walmea Mill Co . ..
WttJtr Stanthln Cn
inirrisianj aiam a t.oi
nawaiian licuic Co
Hon Stfam Lxunirv ..
k,An..l'.,iT B.T tL all
MakahaCoflrCo Li pi
Ptopl ct & R I z Co
Hawaiian Gov jrrcent
Hilo R. R,Co 6 ptrccnt
"i t'lania, n o per cnr
ahuku Plant. 6 per cent
anu k i-anjco.prc
viiu iMnauon ope
JO a ,
aSALES-wKllitl. !n ?o: hQImPJ.
I5 75; 25 W'latui, SI2J.M; 5 Walalua,
5123.0;; 12 Atcliryde A, 56.50.
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco,
To facilitate trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver all (roods
driving along on KinB Htrwt satiminv purchased or ordered of them, free of all charges for transportation to
n itMllnnn T hlu nnnlitnnt 11 nu nun iml r . . .
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.
mtornoon. TIiIh accident v,a caused
1)) a lilast IicIiik set oft lu tho oxt.iv.i
lions for tho new Voiiiik block No
(laiiKfi Itag aa put out ami tho Ij-iI'c-h
wero Just opposite the lioard fence
011 King Ktreet uhen tho chiirc wus lei
off. The horso bOLanie frlghtined and
ran invny. Kortunately tho Iuillca wero
not liadly hurt.
Jewelers, Gold and Silverware Manufacturers,
Mnpkct & P)t 8tB H. P.
Illustnird CA rALOGUE and prls lurnlshtd uiviii receipt of request
Yoik utv, and
the HrK"st manufactory of Jewelry and Silverware wt of
pn-partJ t 'umnn special uesiEn.
Life for Criminal).
Mr. Ceorgo Holland, hodlcil recent
1 at the ago of Heenty-Blx, had given
his whole life to work among the out-
casts of Ixindoti. Tho Interior sayr
"Long before any of th cmodcrn settle
ments wcro effected Mr. Holland
was pursuing his quiet nnd hum
ble work nmong tho thieves, prostitutes
and murdeicrs In tho slums of tho
great city. George's Yard, so-called,
is a narrow- cul-de-sac in tlio shipping
qunitcrs, where not less than 2,000 per
sons lived whose names wcro on th
polled books as under surveillance. A
good many of these wcro nnd aro crim
inals of tho fourth and fifth gineratlor..
They have never known or desired any
other life than this of dirt and vlco.
Thoy have but ono aim, to escayc
work; but ono ambition, to outwit tho
police Mr Hnllind (hnso writchcd
denizens with an nrilur not excelled by
the rhlefrxt of tho apostles." Public
Tin ship Albert left port .Suniliy
periling with a load nf sugar for tho
On Ssle bv.
llitro was the usual crowded house
o,j Saturday night. This Is tho Uit
woek of the present performers and a
i""v and Interesting program has been
arrnuged for this evening.
Prominent among the now people
bonked to arrive lonionow Is Alice
RAjmond. cornetlst. This lady Is well
(:iir.wn and recognized as being In the
fr.mt rank of soloists 011 that Instru
ment. She has toured practically tho
whole world and royal command Inn
cften been laid upon her to delight tho
eais of majesty. She Is emphatically
a ircmlere artist. Kurknmp the tenor
h.is n lrlc fame of his own and Is pe--liapa
the most finished singer on the
vaudeville stage. Loveis of good jdug
Ing have n treat lu store with tho new
company. Mabel Le pialru onie prima
donnn, now vaudeville artlsto anil Kur
Vjimp should satisfy the most fastidi
ous. Ilaulon and Slngf 111 1 nt tho top
of tiielr line of the profokPlon as ncra
bals, so that th1 now bill snould lie
tho strongest yet picsenled at the Ui-plc'Jm
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I am now showing, m my lower window, for the First Time a splendid assortment -of
Tho Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
Floe Job Printing at
iMViYiYiiiYiYii'iiYrjM EZ to carry
: GESSLERfS j E-Ztotake
j MAGIC S; E-2wny to
:IA?(i9!3 euro u head
ir WAFERS .ucho
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Ladies' Ladies' and Gents' H'
Embroidered Linen, Plain Hemstitched,
From one fourth to one-half inch hem, in all qualities.
Ladies' Real Lace,
in Honiton, Duchess, Brussels' Point, Waltese (in silk), and Embroidered Chiffon.
The above were all personally selected by me when in En land, and, b:ing imported under the old duties and marked
accordingly,'! believe the public will say they are the cheapest and the handsomest goods ever offered here.
Ranging from 25c to $5.00 each.
E. W. JORDAN,
No. 10 FORT STREET.
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