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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, December 05, 1900, Page 5, Image 5',
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TMI- tiVHNINO HULl.tnlNi HONOLULU. It,
IN LAHI1E VAhltTY
UlncKanJ Elv.inltJ, In any lengthi
U Inch to U Inch thick.
Dlston's mikfia big supply on hnd.
Paints and Oils
Manila and Sisal from U Inch to 6
Rice Plows and Breaking Plows.
" II I
Fort St., opposite Sprcckels Bink.
Lntc Sugar Report.
New York, Nov. 28. Sugar flaw,
steady) (air refining, 334c; centrifugal
00 test. 4?ci molnsscs sugar, 3ic He
flned, steady; crushed, C.OOc; powdered.
5.70c; granulated, 5.00c.
J. Oswald Lifted,
Makes the Finest Line of Bread In tin
If you wish the best, order from the
' NEW ENGLAND BAKERY.
You Can Be.
As Cool As
A Cucumber !
if you paint your iron roof with "ARABIC." Its the
wonder of the age, and we guarantee you 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
pensive. California .
Sole Agents. Queen and Nuuanu St'.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
The Grand Prix
B'ti Diploma of Honor
l.htt posslbla awarj )
WAS WOS BY
The Smith Premier
THIS award, naJt ky an International Jury of twcnty.fivt mcaters,was
I at a rating, on points. Higher than any ft rh. other twenty typewriter
In competition, and quoting Irom the Jury', report wai given lor general
superiority ol construction anl efficiency at Hit highest rating.
The Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
sracuse n r v a A.
i !I1I??ji 1
I uXSfnLBBLillV. i
J - Heam;r5rtii . m
Mr Hermann Mirth who Is an esperlcncal
trewrlter rtpalrer, has talon full itiarga i
this branch o he bu.ln.ss W. ar. r.aiv In
I glaq rtat onsen Smith Premier machines
L cr estimates on rtealr wwlc on anv rl.t. of
i, tj pewtllers Work fully guaranteed.
ar Seccnd'hand machines taken In ca
chings. af Stick rf No a and No a machines
2 constantly on hand, and general supplies.
C. W. Macfarlane,
Hf7Wrw.'.i : x
LARGEST ASSORTMENT IN TOWN!
Mr, Bunny, His-Book.
By Adah L. Sutton. ,
llliiHtrnrcd By W. II. Pry
The finest Juvenile on the market. Far -.uperlor
to anvthlnR of the kind ever before presented o the
' tie men and women. Sure to attract and delight
them bennd measure. .
Every story fully Illustrated In the colors.
Dolls., Toys, Games ! ."
A Jeweler Is ranted, Pre Want tol
first tl e-nrif ntrrn are nnleJ.
Ree Wan I rnluimi, 1
Take n ride on I lie electric rats up
Pacific Heights, Kurt. 6 rents.
Drop In and take a nice tint bath
at thr Pantheon on Hotel street,
lllr)clo repairing at greatly reduced
rntes nt the Walker Cyelcry, Ktnj
Ctrnnra & Co. can now be found on
'Alakea street between King and Mer
chant. There will be a meeting of I .edge I.e
Progrcs tonight. Work In the third
It. W. Shtnglc Is supposed to hate
missed the boat, no letter having bc:i
received from lilm.
The Amercan ship John C. Potter
rnme In this morning from Tacoraa 'n
lummand of Captain Meyer,
The John Currier Milt bring for T. it.
Ravtes & Co. 10,000 barrels of Itocuo
Harbor lime and 1,000.000 red brick.
The U, 8. transport Meade wis
scheduled to leave San Francisco on
the 1st for Guam and l'kllllplne Isl
ands via Honolulu. I
It Is a question which Is the more
popular the Kamehamcha jclgar
among the men or the Kamehamcha
green band amongst the ladles, Uoth
Miss Hosa K. Miller, late of Bantu
Itosu, Cal., and Wni. Franklin IJIchl.
were married )cstcrday afternoon nt
tho home of a. W. Patton, on the Wal
Klkl road. The ceremony was perform
ed by Ilcv. G. U Pearson.
The steamer Albion of the Kimball
Steamship Company which was report
ed as having left San Francisco about
the 20th of last month got away on the
27th Inst, with a large consignment of
food supplies In her refrigerating spac.
Maklkl residents are angry at tho
blocking of the entire width of Wilder
avenue by the Rapid Transit Co.'s opcr
ntlons. Tho company Is making an
effort today, on account of. complaints
to cart awny the earth thrown out so
as to clear one side of tho street.
A proposition Is now on footito se
cure the support of the business people
to having In view the operation op5thc
steamer Ellhu Thompson as a rcgulir
bunt pl)Ing between Seattle and this
port. A. A. Flnke, agent for the Capi
tol Brewing Company of Senttle ap
pears to be the father of the proposi
tion. C. P. Grlmwood, W. 0. Smith. Mrs.
II. A. Baldwin, J. II. Llchttg, C. A.
Graham, A. A. Braymer, W. A. Bailey,
A. W. Dunn, Dr. Sogn, N. Omsted, Dr.
Moore, Dr. Frear, J. T. Taylor. Miss
A. E. Judd, Mrs. II. G. Alexander end
Miss Alexander were passengers for
Maul ports In. the Claudlne yesterday
Many of our readers have film or
plate negatives that they have taken
themselves, and do not realize that
bromldo enlargements of these will glvo
tho most exquisite results. Go to tho
Btoro of the HONOLULU PHOTO SUP
PLY CO. and see some sample enlarge
ments thatlhavo been made from ordi
nary Kodak negatives.
The Improvements that have been
made and those that nro In course cf
construction at the railroad wharves,
havo been the means of Increasing the
arrival and departure of vessels' from
that section of the water front to a
marked degree. Yestorday no less than
five deep sea vessels were occupying
berths for which the railroad company
receives tho same rate of wharfage ia
paid at tho rcgiilar,cltyawharvcs.
Goodall Is the namo of a mulatto who
was urrested at the corner of Fort nntl
School streets Inst night on the t liar no
of iiIug vulgar nnd profane langiugo
In a public street. The patrolman vvlo
mnde the arrest stated the langiugo
used b) the defendant In the prcsenco
of two native girls of qmstlonnbla
diameter, was ceitalnl) vulgar and
profane. Goodall admitted that ho
Huoic, Iho prosecution asked that the
defendant bo reprimanded and ills
charged. Judge WIIioi advised tho
jouiiK man to go to 11 hardware ston,
order n bag of rock salt and then glvn
himself a good soaking to take out
some of tho freshness.
The demand for Hanan's Shoes has gone away
beyond our expectation, they are the shoe every
body Wants, and once wornthey always want.
The St. Katherlne 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 oif
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 arid Colored Duck
White and Colored Crash
Fancy Serges and Cove.ts
In Great Variety worth up to $5.00 each, ALL GOING AT
ONLY $1.00 EACH.
A JARB OPPORTUNITY.
& Marsh, Ltd.
510 FORT STREET.
HOLIDAY GOODS !
Our business connections enable is to participate In purchasing through
an experienced buer, 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 large cities this year, vou can find In our store, and at
about the same prices you would pay abroad.
Rich Cut Glass, Sterling Silver, Art Potter'es,
Ornaments Table China Lamp:,, Pla ed Ware.
Table Cutlery, Bronzes, Jardiniere, Art Glass and
House Furnishing Goods.
Our store will te open evenl gs about two weeks before Christmas. The
first evening will be announced liter.
W W. DIMOND & CO., Ltd.,
NOS. 53, 5s AND ,57 KING ST , HONOLULU.
Wl Altl! SLI.I.IM) 1 I t
Those now keeping houst or about to
do so who have not the capital to lay In
a complete lot of furniture are enabled In
this way to fumlsh their homes at a smill
Call and Investigate at the
Fort and Beretania Streets.
HONOLULU STOCK BXCHANGB
Honnluiu, December 5. 1900.
NAME OF STOCK
C. Brtwtr & Company
American Sugar Co.
Ewa Plantation Co
Hawaiian Agricultural Co)
Hawaiian Com ASvi Co
Hawaiian Sugar Co '
Honomu Sugar Co I
Honokaa Sugar Co I
Haiku Sutrir Co 1
Kahuku Plantation Co
Kant a to Sug Co Ui
KamaloSug Co. riup
KtntlP.CoLtJ ei up
Ktahulu Sugar Co .
KoIoa Sugar Co
Kona Surar Co . at
MaunaltlSugar Co at
MaunattJ Su Co pJ up
uanu aurar -o.
Onoma Sugar Co
Ookala Sugar Plan Co
Otowalu Company .
Paauttau Su. Plan. Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pal Plantation Co ....
Pcpcckeo Sugar Co
Walalua Ajcr Co. at
Watluku Sugar Co . .
Walmanato Sugar Co
Walma Mltl Co
WllJ.fr Sttamthlfi Co
Inttr-Iitan4 Steam N Co
HiwalUn Mtrfrlt? Cn
Hon KapUT RtLan4C.o
Hon. Stttm Laiunirv
ona-Kau i.ai lo.lu
Mutjal Taleenonsf Co
MakahaCoRpCo Ld pd
Oihu IfvftLanJ Co
Pcopl s ct & H I g Co
Hawaiian Gov 6ptrrcnt
Hawaiian Gov, $ pr cent
Hilo k R,Co.6prctm
cwa 1'ianiai n o per cem
Kahuku Plant. 6 rer ctnl
Oihu U 8t Land Co pr
uanu run anon ope
fit sure ou get It hy buying
Delicate in Flavor,
Convenient in Form.
f 90 000
EVERYBODY WbLCOME TO THE BIG STORHS,-
m anus' mnut
Wall, Nichols & Co., Ltd.
Puc Goen Hrec.
Charles 1'ae, the native tramcar driv
er spoken of In yesterday's Hullctlu,
was balled out by his friends jesterday
nftcrnoon and this forenoon lie appear
ed In the I'ollco Court on tho charge nf
embezzlement.. It seems that since hi J
nppearnnco beforo Judge Wlkox j ester
day and his second appearance this
morning, the mntter was fixed up with
the Hnwallan Trnmwnja Co. and Depu
ty Shorllt ChlllliiRuiirth stated to the
Court that then.' was no longer any de
hire mi th part nf tho complaining w't-
ncss to prosecute the defendant. There
upon, n nolle prosequi was recommend
(d nnd ginntcd.
POR SALIi BY
SALTER & WA1TY.
iVjuYrViiif YiiiYirVf C U rO
HAGIC 1 headaches
5 WAFERS 5 dressing.
.IIISUII.IIMl,. ,Cr.D ,UX..,
I am now showing, in my lower window, for the First, Time a splendid assortment of
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LadiesJ Ladies' and Gents'
nibPoidered 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 Hbniton, Duchess, Brussels' Point, Maltese (in silk), and Embroidered Chiffon.
The above were all personally selected by me when in England, 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.
Bulletin 75c. per month.
E. W. JORDAN,
No. 10 FORT STREET.
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