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THE ..EVENING BULLETIN! HONOLULU,' H. I., -''TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1900.
i ;NEW I00IS
IN URGE VARIETY
Black and galvanised, In any length;
X Inch to a Inch thick.
Cane Knives .
Dlston's make; a big supply on hand.
Paints and Oils
Manila and Sisal from X Inch to 6
Wet Plows and Breaking Plows.
Fort St., opposite Spreckels Bank.
Have Been Pound.
The tame mav be had bv application at
this office and payment of costs of advertising-'
J. Oswald Litted,
Makes the Finest Line of Bread In the
If you wish the best, order from the
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY.
I You Can Be.
As Cool As
A Cucumber !
if youypaint your iron roof with "ARABIC." Its the
wonder of the age, and we guaianteeyou will be pleased
if you trv it.
We have just received a large shipment and can
supply all orders. Anyone can apply it, and it is inex
Sole Agents. Queen and Nuuanu St.
The Grand Prix
ITtit Diploma of.Honor
1lght potftlbli award.)
WAS WON BY
Tie Smith Premier
AT THE 1
HIS Mild, mad. by an InMrnatlonal Jury cl maty-liva rMBttrs.was
ruing, on points, Hltjhtr than any cl ln othtr twenty typewriters
In compttlilon, and quoting f rum lht Jury'i t erert was given "for general
superiority ot construction and efficiency at the highest rating.
The Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
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Mr Hermann Mtrth who It an experienced
brrlter rrralrer, has Ukm full tbargt qI
thU Hatch o httuine We art ready to
gM 0. olatonicn Smith Premier machines
oreitlmatet on repair work on any ctast of
tjpewrliers. Work fully suaranteed.
k Second -hand machine! taken In ex-
W Stk rt No and No 4 machines
coniUfitly en hand, and central supplies.
C. W. Macfarlane,
LARGEST ASSORTMENT IN TOWN!
Mr. Bunny, His Book.
By Adnlt L. Sutton. (
llluHtrutetl By W. It. Fry.
The finest Juvenile on the market. Far superior
to anything of the Idnd ever before presented to the
I tie men and women. Sure to attract and delight
hem te end measure.
Uvir story fully Illustrated In the colors.
Dolls, Toys, Games !
Htf- EVERYBODY WELCOME TO THE HIG STOKES, 3
' SANTA OIK EIBPORIUM.
Wall, Nichols feto,, Ltd.
Bulletin 75c. per month.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
MUSIO AT WAIKIKI INN
Tako a rldo on the electric cars up
Pacific Heights. Fare S cents.
Bicycle repairing at greatly reduced
rates at the Walker Cyclerjr, King
street.- t . k
Catnara & Co. can now be found on
Alakea street between King and Mer
Asslirint Naval faymasjej E. F. Half
has been assigned quarters In the
Frank S.. one of the best known rac
ing horses In the Jqjanda, has been soM
to A. D. Locbensteln,
J. J, Houldcn who was so seriously
Injured at Kaunakakat a few days a?'
passed away this morning at the
Deputy Sheriff Fernandez of Ewa
was' In town this forenoon. Ho reports
District Court business in Ewa In a
A large number of tho students of
Oahu College and I'unahou I'ropara
tnry went to Walalua yesterday on the
annual picnic ot these two Institutions.
SUNDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING
Mrs. Crewes, out on parole from tno
Insane nsylum nnd arrested last night
on the charge of drunkenness, was sent
back to that Institution at, 1:30 o'clock
It is no longer necessary to run tho
risk ot purchasing old paper, films or
plates, for tho HONOLULU PHOTO
SUPPLY CO. now rccclvo fresh con
signments by each steamer.
Henry Oastron, a sailor charged with
assault and battery on O. Maston, a
shipmate, was given 15 dajs' Imprison
ment by Juilgo Wilcox In the Police
Court this morning. The assault was
an aggravated one,
Mrs. Crowes, a ncgrcss, was arrested
last night on tho clmrgo of drunken
ness. Sho appeared In t-i Police Uourt
this morning but bave'd In such in
Impossible manner, thai a police officer
was ordered to take her below.
J. M, Vivas, who before the election
promised to declare himself In due
time but broko down In health "nnd had
to leave the city, ma'de his declaration
through acts on. Maul and Hawaii. Al
though he was not strong enough to
take the stum'p, ho did nil he could in
personal Intercourse wlthvhls country
men for the Republican party.
VONPRAAQ, SHARP AND STICKNEY
Ida 12. Lamb has brought suit agalnut
Gcorgo Washington Smith and J. E.
Kahoa for foreclosure of mortgage., S.
C, Allen has brought a like suit against
Ida 13. Lamb and Ocorge Washington
Smith. Doth have been brought about
by tho alleged non-payment of prom
mlssory notes with Interest thcrcun
dating back from 1S96.
Richard CondoA Appeared In the Po
lice Court this forenoon on the charge
of assault and battery on Sidney Juck
son and tho latter appeared on tho
charge of resisting n duly commissioned
police officer, Mr, Condon himself. Tho
trouble occurred at a very early hour
yesterday morning as Jackson was re
turning home with a lady friend,
Among the departures for Hilo and
way ports in the Klnau this noon wero
the following: J. H. Wllaun. W. 11.
Cornwcll Jr., J. M. Knneakua, Dr. Hol
land, M. Pfotcnhaucr, J, W. Knlua, A.
D. Locbensteln, P. Peck, W. II. C.
Campbell, T. S. Kay, Chang Kim, C. L.
Hopkins, S. K. Pirn, H. It. Meyer nnd
wife, 12. A. Frascr nnd wife, II. J. Ly
man, C, A. Graham, Captain Soulc,
Frank Woods nnd wife, W, Aerdam
nnd J. W. Cathcart.
In the Police Court this forenoon
Jacinto Tavash, a small Portuguese
ho), was arrested on the charge of as
snult nnd battery tin another boy. Ho
pleaded guilty, saying that he hit tho
boy because bo was licking his small
brother. Judge Wilcox lined Tavash
?C and costs knowing that tho com
plainant has his front teeth knocked
oui ny me uiuw, rcuinrhfu: n is tor- i
itiimie, uiiu tno uiuer ooy tins amuuiT
set ot teeth coming in tho near future,
elcc you would hue dlsllgmed him fo.'
The demand for Hanan's Shoes has gone away
heyond.(o.ur expectation, they are the shoe every
body 'wants, and once wotoi they "always want.
The St. Katherine has' a hundred more cases
for us, all new, stylish and snappy.
We. are just opening an invoice of Ideal Kid,
the new dress shoe."
Mclnerny Shoe Store,
Great Sale of
LADIES' WASHABLE SEPARATE SKIRTS
The Best Product of one of the Best Makers in New York.
All New and Correct.
White and Colored Pique
White and Colored Duck
White and Colored Crash
Fancy Serges and Coverts
Great Variety worth up to $5.00 each, ALL GOING AT
ONLY $1.00 EACH.
A RARB OPPORTUNITY.
510 FORT STREET.
HOLIDAY GOODS !
Our business connections enable is to participate In purchasing through
an exMlenteJ bujer, who'personally visits the European and American fac
tories, many of the Novelties that will be shown In New York, Chicago, San
Francisco and other I irge cities this year, you can find In our store, and at
about the same prices you would pay abroad.
Novel ties -iz
Rich Cut Glass, Sterling Silver, Art Potteres,
Ornament5, Table China. Lamps, Plared Ware.
Table Cutleiy, Bronzes, Jardmiers, Art Glass and
House Furnishing Goods.
Our store will be open evenli gs about two weeks before Christmas. The
first evening will be announced liter.
W W. D1MOND & CO!, Ltd.,
NOS. 5J, 55 AND 57 KINO S.T., HONOLULU.
OF INTEREST TO
WE ARE SELLINO : : -.
Those now keeping hsust r about ta
do a who have not the capital W Uric
a complete lot of furniture are tstMeJ la
this way to furnish their homes at as si'.
Call and Investigate at lht
Fort and Beretania Streets.
HONOLULU STOCK KXCILAJNC
Honolulu, December 4, T90C.
NAME OF STOCK
1 fM up
C. Brtwcr & Company
American Sugar Co....
cwi runiaiion 10 ...
Hawaiian Um At Su Co 1
Hawaiian Sugar Co I
Honomu Sugar Co ... 1
Honokaa Sugar Co .. i
Haiku Surar Co .... I
Kahuku I'lantatlon Co
Kamalo Sog Co LU a
Kamato Sue Co. pd up
Klhel P.Co.LtJ. Mup
Klahulu Sugar Co
Kotoa Sugar Co ...
Kona Sugar Co . at
Maunalel Sugar Co.at
Maunalf I Su Co pJ up
" " Pupl
uanu aurar i.o .
Onomaa Surar Co.
Ookala Sugar Plan. Co.
ri..t c. fU i.t .. 1 I
Otaa Su Co.LlJ. pi up J
Otowalu Company . ...
Paauhau Su. Plan. Co
Pacific Sugar Mill. ..
Pala Plantation Co
PtpMkeo Sugar Co .
Walalua Agr, Co.. ai
Walluku Surar Co.. .
Watmanalo Sugar Co
Walmta Mill Co
Inter Ulan 1 Sttam N Co
Hawaiian tltctrlc Co
Hon. Staam LaunJrv.. .
r u . m -m .' m .
mutual Telrphona K.o
DakK.a Uu sMi.t r
Ptoplt'a caft Rig do
Hawaiian Gov 6 prcnl
Hawaiian Gov. ) pr cent
nno k. k,o. opr ceni.
Ewa Plantat n 6 per cent,
Kahuku Plant 6 per cent
uanu 1'iantation ope
Be sure ou get It by buying -
Delicate In Flavor,
Convenient In Form.
Baajajsaataajaja. ." .mjI
jooW ra .
0(.onjj ra .
$00 00m KM,
f SO.ww Un
laoo to. !
SALES-soWalluku. Iijojml hoWu-
neer, ft 50 00; 25 Oahu, i6jx nEwty-
r:s.oo; s Lwa, j.oo.
Wltnenn Near DeatJi
Xlakla was arrested a rhort time xnt
on the charen ot vngraney rat hU now.
naa continued until this; ComtMcct.
When he was called beTon Jnilxr VCit
cox this forenoon Deputy SUrUTCliUt
InKnorth said that It was lnjawsfc?
for the case to go on, alUrnnjch thv,
wa nn fault nf the pruMmitimc. a
explanation, ho Mated thai thr. ufflar
wlio made the urrrst uiu: it IU fo
bed and that the primlpa! vIisstm ixa.
on the point of death Thp raa to.
further continued until Thnrsiiar fRe-uoon.
I-'OH AUIi I3V
SALTER & WAITY.
Jvji i'iVi 1Y1 uY iii 1 rV j,! C u r
j GESSLEEfS morning
: MAGIC i heatlsciies
10 f nU X .lrw',"-
I WAFERS :
a a it
, I amjiow showing, in my lower window, for the First Time a splendid assortment of
. I Handkerchief:
Ladies' Ladies' and Gents'
(Embirqkjered Linen, , Plain Hemstitched,
Ranging from 25c to S5.00 each. From one fourth to one-half inch hem, in all qualifier
Ladies' Real Lace,
m Honiton, Duchess, Brussels' Point, Maltese (in silk), and Embroidered Chiffon.
The above were all personally selected by me when in England, and, biihp; imported under the old duties and niJktf
accordingly, I believe the public will say they are the cheapest and the handsomest goods ever offered hcr&
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E. W. JORDAN,
No. 10 HORT 8TREET-
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