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TIIHByBjlNOBUU.BTINl HONOLULU, It. ! HUIUAY, DBCHMHBK ;, 1900.
IN LAM'IE VARltTY
Black and galvanlteJ, In iny leriRtht
H Inch te i Inch thick.
Dliton's maketa big supply on hind.
Paints and Oils
Manila and Sisal from Inch to 6
Rice Plows anJ Breaking Plows.
Fort St., opposite Spreckels Bank.
The moonlight itnnce of the Myitl
Boat Cltiti takes plnce at the boat hoi30
tonight. A largo number of tickets
hnvo been sold and n happy ilmc la
Anticipated. The best dance music In
town has been secured.
J. Oswald Uttcd,
Makes the Finest Line of Una J In the
Ifybu wish the best, order from the
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY.
You Can Be
I 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 j
if you trv it. $
We have just received a large shipment and can
supply all orders. Anyone can apply it, and it is inex- I
001c ftgcnib. uueen ana nuuanu :u. x
HIS award, mad. by an International Jury of Iwenty-tiv. nemrrr,wai
at a ratine, on points. Higher than any of the other twenty typewriter.
The Grand Prix
Gfht Diploma of Honor
lhet pot ib! award )
WAS WON BY In competition, and quotlot from the Jury'i report wa riven "for central
1 H6 J Hi 1 1 H I rCmiCr superiority of conduction and efficiency at iht MEhest filing.
D . ATriE.t. x The Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
Pans Exposition. sr.c0 n.y.(u.1a.
Mr. Hermann Mteth who It an experience!
t)rerlter tepilrer hat taken full ibarctof
thti branch o ibt tHilnes We are reay to
ghtq Utionson Smith Premier tnachfrjti
or est Imam on repair work on any etui of
i)pcTiier. worn ruiiy cuaranieta,
aW Second-hand machines taken In ex
aT Stock of No and No 4 machines
& coniiactiy on nan J, ana general supplies
C. W. Macfarlane,
It. K. Jaeger left for llatnaktia In the
H. Leaner lenses for Kauai In tho K
nuliou this nftcrnoon,
0, It. tllsliop tif l.lhtie, Kauai, nrrlv
cd In the Keaiihtm today.
Tnko n rhlc on the tlcctrlc cars up
l'nclflit Heights. I'nrc 6 cents.
I'lopK n tiatUc widower, died nt
t.tinnlllti glome this neck aged M )e.irs.
Governor Dole Is booked to lomp for
Kauai In tho W. 0, Hall on the 11th
Illcyclo repairing at greatly reduced
rates nt the Walker Cyclery, Klnj
Camara & Co. can now bs found on
Alakea street between rjlng and Mer
chant. The ship Kennebec comminded by Cap
tain Lewis will sail today for the Sound
A few shares of Union Express Co.
stock are for sale. See For Sale col
umn on page 8.
The American ship Geo. Curtis got
away yesterday for San Francisco with
3950 tons of sugar.
The ship Ivy which anchored outsMe
for water and repairs to her tanks left for
,The steamer Mauna Loa of the Inter-Island
line took up her regular run this
morning fur Maul and Hawaii.
Work will soon begin to sink the well
on the Naval Reservation for the purpose
of supplying free water to the government
The Yacht La Paloma owned bv Cap
tain McFarlane got awiy yesteiday for
Molokal under charter by the Inttrlsland
Jack II. l'lynn has bought 0. A. Dov
er's Interests In tho Criterion barber
shop. Mr. Flynn Is well known In Ho
nolulu and his friends will be pleased
to hear of his bucccss.
I)y our easy terms of payment ever)-
body can afford to get a piano. All that
Is necessary Is to pay a small Install
ment every month and In tho meantime
(hi liavo full use of the Instrument.
Tho Bergstrom Music Co.
Mr. Lyon, who will speak at the Sun
day afternoon meeting of the Y. M. 0.
A. had a very happy meeting today
with a brother whom he had not seen
for oer live years. The latter Is a
through passenger In the Coptic.
A big lot of baby buggies, high
chairs, etc., etc., have just been put on
display by Sam Ledcrcr at the I. X. L.
Ho nlso has Just receUed n big new
line of Ice chests and refrigerators and
more new goods nro constantly arriv
ing on every v6ssel.
A certain lady of tho city met her
husband In company -with two othor
men last night and, drawing out n
whip, proceeded to horsewhip the trio.
Particulars of the affair have not jvt
como to light as an attempt Is being
made to hush up the matter.
I'latlnotypo prints aro acknowledged
to be far superior to those made on any
other paper. Iicforo placing a develop!
lng or printing order, call at tho stoio
of tho HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY
CO. and ask to see some sample photu
graps mado on this wonderful paper.
Since receiving a thorough overnaullng
the Mauna Loa which lett today for Maul
norts looks decldedlv ImnrnvrJ. 'I li- work
had to be hurried up, as the W. G. Hall B.
was found to be entirely Inadequate for B.
the service required of her, and besides the g
Hall was wanted badly for her regular g
The demand for Hanan's Shoes has gone atf ay
beyond our expectation, they are the shoe every
body wants, and once worn they 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 of
LADIES' WASHABLE SEPARATE SKIRTS
The Best Product of one of the Beit Makers in New York.
All New ami Correct.
White and.Colored Pique White and Colored Crash
White and Colored Duck Fancy Serges and Coverts
In Great Variety worth up to $5.00 each, ALL GOING AT
ONLY $1.00 EACH.
A RARB OPPORTUNITY.
TIII8 WEEK ONLY.
Coyne Furniture Co.,
Fort and Beretania Streets.
HONOLULU BTOCK KXCHANOB
Honolulu, December 7, 1900.
LARGEST ASSORTMENT IN TOWN!
Mr. Bunny, His Book.
& Marsh, Ltd.
510 FORT STREET.
run to Kauai
Three bojs" wcro found in an empty'
lot on Alaki-A street last night. BaMy . . P7fr
stowed away-In a small brick houao "L'r' r-KJKJLJ
of their on make. They are well Be sure you get It by buying -
known toughs and tho police bellcvn
that these, ulth others of their kind,
nro responsible for the many cases
of petty robberies that have taken plaio
during the night lately.
The fourth number of "The Youn;
Men" has Just been published by tin
Japaneso V. M. 0. A. and Is being sent
around to subscribers today, Tho prin
cipal nrtlclis nro as follows: "How to
nxnlt Our Nation," by lldltor Y. Ki
'mura; "Time," by Kuwabaru; "Iteports
of the Japanese Y. M. C. A. ';
"Thoughts of Young Men," by A nil: I,
Hokutcl, Mljuno ami Masuda; "Head
ing.", by Hev. S. Wyeda.
HOLIDAY GOODS !
Our business connections enable t:s to participate In purchasing through
an experienced buyer, 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 Urge cities this Year, you can find In our store, and at
about the same prices you would pay abroad.
Rich Cut Glass, Sterling Silver, Art Potteries,
Ornaments, Table China. Lamps, Plated Ware.
Table Cutlery, Bronzes, Jardiniers, Art Glass and
House Furnis'hinff Goods.
Our store will be open evenlrgs about two weeks before Christmas. The
first evenlns will be announced Ijter.
W. W. DIMOND & CO., Ltd.,
NOS. 53 55 AND 57 KING ST., HONOLULU.
Pi 14 up
Hawaiian Sugar Co
Haiku lSuar Co
Kahuku I'lantatlon Co
Kamaio?uj uo UJ a
Kama to Sup Co. pi up
Kijyahulu Sugar Co .
Koloa Sugar Co .
rCnni Sugar Co., at
Maunalt I Sugar Co.at
Maun ate I Su Co.ri ud
uanu sugar uo ,
Onomta Sugar Co . .
uiTir Plan. O
OlaaSu. Cb.Lti., asl
Uliibu Co.LM.pl up J
Olowalu Company ....
Paiuhau Su. Plan, Co
Pacific Surer Mill
Pali PUntAtlon Co.,
NAME OF STOCK
C. Drawer & Company
American Sugar Co. . 1,500.000!
cwa t'laniauon lo. ! $ 000.000
Hamn Plantation Co imm
Hawaiian Agricultural Co, t.nuno
Hawaiian Com & Su Co 1 1 ,tt,jy)
1 .0 If. too
mMtHMhMhflB ft fc ) fig ;:rt4rrmrlm !
Dellctite in Flavor,
Convenient In Form.
I'OR SALli 13Y
.SALTER & WAITY.
Pep") Suear Co
Plont. r Mill Co
Walalua hp. Co..
Walmanato Suear Co
Walmaa Mill Co ...
Wlla. r Stc.rn.hlD Co
lnltr-UI.nl Sl.an N Co
Hawaiian fcltctrlc Co
Hon. Racll T.c Land Co
Hon. Steam Laundry. ,.
Mutjal T.l.nhon. Co
Oahu By ft Land Co. . .
Ptopla't lea ft R I'c Co
Hawaiian Gov 6 per cent
Hawaiian Gov, t ter cent
naw u roiiaav.KrerCi
Mlln U D fn A w r-fi.l
Ewa Plantai n 6 per centl
Kahuku Plant. 6 rer cent
uanu K & Land Co. pre
Oahu Plantation 6 p c
Joo oool loot
SALES-5 Walilua, 5uooo; 10 Wala
lua, $119.00; 5 Walalua, Jug oo.
A Nervy Native.
A former police officer of tho local
force who has been living In W'allukti
for some time past, Is now In tour:.
During the recent storm, his homo njil
furnlttiro were ruined by water ind
now ho comes hero to beg money of
his friends to build a new house. Na
turally, he is not meeting with ery
much siucpsh. He Is a big nlilo bodied
fellow and his friends do not view tho
matter In tho same light as ho iIocb.
Fine Job Printing at
ijjGESSLER'Si: will refund
; MAGIC I- the money
IHEADACHEi: if they fall
:i WAFERS : to cure.
V.W.W.'.W.WX' fri 10 cu.
Dy Adah L. Sutton.
llluHtratcd By W. II. Pry.
The finest Juvenile on the market. Far superior
0 anything of t)ie kind eer before presented to the
1 tie men and women. Sure to attract and delight
them be ond measure.
Every story fully Illustrated In the colors.
DoHs, Toys, Games !
tar EVERYBODY WELCOME TO THE DIG STORES,
SANTA (HIS' EMPORIUM. .
Wall, Nichols &Co Ltd.
lam 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 $5.00 each. From one-fourth to one-half inch hem, in all qualities.
Ladies' Real Lace,
in Honiton, Duchess, Brussels' Point, Aaltese (in silk), and Embroidered Chiffon.
The above were all personally selected by me when in England, and, biing 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.
Bulletin 75c. per month.
E. W. JORDAN,
No. 10 FORT STREET.
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