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THE EVENING BULLETIN: ' HONOLULU, H. !., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1900.
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- JUST RECEIVED
IN LARGE VARIETY
Black and galvanised, In any length;
H Infh to l Inch thick.
DIston's make; a big supply on hind.
Paints and Oils
Manila and Slsil from )( Inch to 6
Mci Plows anJ Breaking Plows.
Fort St., opposite Spreckels Bink.
ANGLE LAMP I
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FINEST gc CIGAR
They all take their Hals off
Hanan & Sons,
when it conies t Shoes.
We are their Sole Agents
and are carrying a grand line of
this Famous Shoe.
SOLD IN HONOLULU.
These lamp burn In such a manner that
the combustion Is almost perfect and for
tnis reason tne iignt is magnificently
brilliant, smokeless and odorless.
TheUmrsa'e absolutely safe It being
simply Impossible in explo e.
If you are tlrsd 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 irresltabte.
The Angle Lamp accomplishes psr
feet lllumlnstwn. 't pre-ents an oppor
tunltv of vcurlng a light that Iseasllv
operated and inure briiuant llun gas or
electricity wltn no mjreneat at a mere
fraction of tht rcost t crovides a amn fot
Homes, stores, offi es. factories, halls.
libraries, hotels and churches, that Is
Ideal In every way.
The public Is cordially invited to call
and Inspect these lamps.
Theo. li. Davies & Co., Ltd.
Meichants and Commission Agents,
ALSO Camara & Co. can now bo found ou
AKToehfrr rFafbSr lK &?' "t b.twn K.nS and Mor-
land Cement. I chant.
Wall, Nichols Co.
The Grand Prix
iTht Diploma of Honor
ilehet tutklM aarJ )
WAS WON UY
The Smith Premier
fflclnerny Shoe Store.
Great Sale of
LADIES' WASHABLE SEPARATE SKIRTS
THIS twirJ, maJc by an Intirnatlonal Jury cf Utntyftv memtcri.wai
I at a rating, on point. Higher than any M tit other twtnty typewriters
In cornet It I a anJ quoting from ih Jury' report ti clvin "for cereral
uperlorlty of contraction ani efficient) at tli hlgtwtt rating
The Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
Sjucu,. N Y.U. b.A.
t stMwvmsummu- s
i Mr Iferoarn Mltth who It an experience
i, typewriter ttpalrer, hat ukrn full tarei
fL iht t-ranch i tht rmirie We art reaj? to
fht quotations tn Smith Premier ma chin
& cr etlmat on repair work on any clatt vt
tjpewrlters. Wotk fully guaranteti.
" Second-hard machines taVtn In
A Cftm! m 1. AK Kfn MflrklnAa
,; conttattly onhanJ.and gemral kUfttles
?v uiruivcc ocvTPn
0. W. Macfarlane,
The highest award offered by the
Diploma of the Grand Prix
The highest award oft
Igher than Gold or Silver Medai has been given to the
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Dealers for the Territory of Hawaii.
For exhibition at the Store cf the PACIFIC CYCLE A: MANUFACTUHING CO..
BhlePH Block. Fort Htrcct.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
MUSIC AT WAIKIKI INN
A nice room Is for rent. See To Let
column on page 8,
There will bo no session of tho Dis
trict Court tomorftnv.
Tho V. II. Uimomt hns cleared from
Utn Frnnclnco for Honolulu.
The high grade Otis bicycle only 30
nt tli" Wnllter Cyclery, King Htrcct.
SUNDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENINQ
Ucllglous service was conducted hy
Hrv. A. E. Cory on board the transport
Slicrldnn yesterday evening.
r A Hy Authority notice of the limits
within which spirituous liquor shall be
snl ! appears on page S today.
"llio barkcntlne Chas. K, Crocker,
ship James Urunimonil, bark Seminole
niK'. ship M. P. Grace were In port at
Suliicy on October "3.
Thi Mclntyre store at King und Kort
streets now being demolished wns first
occupied In No ember, 1877, nnd is
tlicruforo Just 2.1 years old.
The cellar of tho lilHu building has
bet n pumped dry ami arrangements
a.v now being ntndo to procnt a re
Ciirrincc of the trouble of yesterday.
The American hark Amy Turner ar
rhcil at Han I'ranclfco from Honolulu
or the 17th with 21.454 bags of sugar.
She will load for 1 1 1 1 o with general
It was not D. 1.. Akwal but Ah Ka,
Mr. Crawford's cook, who was nssautt-
ci' and chased Into his employer's
premltes the other night. A morning
paper had it wrong.
'ilie It. I. Itlthct which arrlcd ll
Pan Prattclsco on tho Sth discharged
32:iC bags of sugar nt OakhHid whuf.
She U on the berth loadln;; with gen
erul mcrchnndlbo for Honolulu.
It Is fact, unknown to many, that a
framing plant, complete In all Its de
tails, with the most ttp-to-dato ma
chinery U to be found In the work
shops of the HONOLULU IMIOTO
VONPRAAG, SHARP AND STICKNEY
Although no later news was received
from Prof. Kocbelc at the Department
of Agriculture by, last night's steamer.
Wny Taj lor Is confidently expecting
him by tho Mariposa. The professor
will very probably 'be accompanied by
The latest freights and charters fo:
Honolulu from the Coast are the Am
crlcin bark Edward May on the A. & It.
line, with passengers and genernl mer
chandise, and the American barkentluc
I mgutd In the Hawaiian line with pas
sengers and merchandise.
The case of Mrs. Mon Wu, charge!
with nsiuuiU and battery on a young
CI laeso girl, came up for trial In tho
It! lie Court this morning hut was fur
ther continued until Friday at the re
quest of Attorney Neumann who st.it
e.t that business In tho Circuit Court
would make It Impossible for him to
United States and European malls
will bo dispatched as per postal sche 1-
ulo and contain supplies of our "Hawa
iian Souvenir Art Calendar" for 1101.
Edition limited. New subjects better
than ever. Strlrtly high class work.
Host calendar yet produced. Don't tall
to mall ono to tho friends at home.
Wall, Nichols Co., tLd.
l"lu Fearless put out to sea this
moinlng for tho purpose of bringing In
the bark sighted by the China forty
milcK east of here yesterday afternoon
nix ul 3 o'clock. The ship Is Biippos.'d
to be tho St. Kntharluc bound from
Kr.11 Francisco with hogs. The Ve
I or 3 was sent out by thongents, Messi
Ilirwer & Co. to whom the vessel wii
Lcr cargo Is consigned.
The Hawaiian Tobacco Co. is branch-1 "To facilitate trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver all goods
lntr out in business and on .ituniny purchased of ordered of them, free of all charges for transportation to
Lcc. it win open a new stor- on Hotel Honolulu, or returning same to San Francisco. Goods will be sent on
s-.rett opposito iicthci. The iirst pur- selection to those known to the firm, or who will furnish satisfactory
baser of a dollar's worth of goods will references , San FranCSC0.
ui, lll':uiiu null u utiiiuiiiii uua ,il
twenty-live Manila cigars. Theso are
tho "Helios," one of tho finest clga's
luailo and manufactured especially for
the Hawaiian Tobacco Co.
OF INTEREST TO
Wb ARIJ SELLING : : :
Those now keeping housi or about U
do so who have not the capital to lay
a complete lot of furniture are enabled Ir.
this way to furnish their homes at a snul1
Call and Investigate at the
The Best PtoJuct of one of the Bet Makers in New York.
All New and Correct.
White and Colored Pique White and Colored Crash
White and Colored Duck . Fancy Serges and Coveits
In Great V.uiety worth up to $5.00 each, ALL GOING AT
ONLY $1.00 l:ACH.
A RARE OPPORTUNITY.
& Marsh, Ltd.
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"Aa IntuiM co o.lnit.TutC
Country Club UnctieonSpiclallto
VmI Cutta fob CuOcta. Vul LmI QuU4
FncMMcOiklta U Mtftac. SUf U Chkkt mi
tMrTa4tfWA ! feci Mm44m P
Miiiccii.iuifiirr M to cartrj
5GE5SLES; 2to tak&
: WAFERS i ache
jiiMiiimiiiiiiit, toot. nil ilruKK1.!.
Last Week of the
. Present Performers
On Sale bv...,
Flee Job Printing at th DulUtln
A First-Class Program.
DON'T MISS IT.
PMCC6-2S, 60, T5c.
519 FORT STREET.
Fort and Beretania Streets.
HONOLULU 6TOCK UXCMANCH
Honolulu, November 27, 1900.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29th, 1900
Should be remembered by ;ill nood cltiens.
Continued Prosperity for Hawaii, should brinu joy to us all,
for every one is a participator..
Yon may 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 Shears, 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,
W. W. DIMOND & Co.
Funilshln? House Goods. KING 8TREIZT.
NAME OF STOCK
C. Brewer AtComriny
American Sujir Co...
Bwa Plantation Co ..
Matnoa Plantation Co.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co I
nawatian uom mi lu
Hawaiian Sujar Co . . .
Honimu iueaf Co
na'ku mi par o
Kahukti Plantation Co
Katnalo Sun Co LtJ a)
KamalnSuf Co, rup f
Kihet Plant Co .Uf,l
KltahuiuSucar Co .
Kfiloa Sugar Co . . . .
Kona Suffar Co at..
Maunatcl Suffar Co.a 1
Maunatel Su Co.rJ up J
r 4 up
d pJ up
ahu Sujar Co ,
Ookala Suear Plan, Co
Olowalu Company . ,
Paautiau Su. Plan. Co
Paclt.c Suear .Mill ...
Pa I a Plantation Co ....
Pepkeo Sujrar Co . . .
Walalua Ajcr. Co.. a
Walluku Suear Co.. .
Walmanalo Suear Co
Walmea Mill Co . . .
InteMitanJ Steam N Co
Hawaiian bier trie Cn
Hon Rapid f.&Lani Co
Hon. Steam I aunJry
Aiuiuai leierrtnne uo
Oahu HvALani Co
fopit ct at K I c Co
Hawaiian Gov 6 per cent
nawaiian uov, j per cen
nno k. k,uo, o percent
Ewa Planlat n 6 per rm
Kah.uk U Plant. 6 per cent
uinu w a Lanj Co, pr i
jjinv 1'ianiaiion ope
o H fH
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco,
SALES 20 Olaa A. tA.to: ioo Ohi A.
54-25; 75 Ol.ia A. ft 25: al Olxi A , J4.50.
9 Wala ua, J 1 23x0; 5 walalua, 5i2j.co; x
Tin China last nlKht brniiKlit all c
ttix rxp(ctc(l talent fur tbo Orjiheuiu.
Tnc nrrny of nanica la ono ihM hoult'
halisfy tho most (aatlilloim. Alice K27
mond, cornctlst; Ida lluwcll, cinnpJI-'
cime, Mubcl l.e Clalrp, prima ilonnj;
Kurknnip, tonor. and Hanlun ami Sing
er, ncrntintR. Without excrtlnn, nil of
ti esc tuniH were orlKlnally brmiKht tn
tho Coast by the Orphoum Company o(
ri.111 KrancUro und played that hiiune,
and circuit nightly. Thi names of the
rev.- arrivals are known to nil fre-(K-M.ters
of vaudeville and the nrv
prufiram, commenclns Thursday,
""liauksijIvlnB nlnht, will not only Le
'iir bcyimd nnythliiK Hint the lneal
bousfl has ever presented but ns rooiJ
nK tho folks In 'Frisco cun ruR-ile,
Jewelers, Gold and Silverware Manufacturers,
Mnrkct f lOHt tK., 8. V.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt of request. We have
the largest manufactory of Jewelry and Silverware west of New York City, and are
prepared to lumlsh special designs.
The Archer, which arrived at San
Pr.iuclsio from Honolulu on Oct. 'J,
has discharged 2!,7o3 bugs of stiKir
nuil left for this port on the 20th wilt
a cargo of general merchandise.
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1 am now showing, in my lower window, for the First Time a splendid assortment of
Ladies' . Ladies' and Gents'
Embroidered Linen, Plain Hemstitched,
Ranging from 25c to S5.00 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, biing imported under the old duties and mark i
accordingly, I believe the public will say they are the cheapest and the handsomest goods ever offered here.
E. W- JORDAN,
No. 10 FORT STREET.
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