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THE. EVENING BULLETINl HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1900.
IN LARGE VARIETY
Black and galvanised, In any length;
U, Inch to i Inch thick.
Dlston's mikj;a big supply on hind.
Paints and Oils
Manila and Sisal from ', Inch to 6
Pice Plows and Breaking Plows.
Fort St., opposite Spreckels Bank.
Trolley parties upon Pacific Heights
Klcctrlc Hallway nro bccomlm; very
popular. Iast evening tho llaunl'an
Quintet Club gave a serenado to Mr.
Desky, ntnl Mr. and Mrs. J. O. l'rutt
upon the Heights.
J. Oswald Lilted,
Makes the Finest Line of Bread In tht
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 A
if you trv it.
We have just received a large shipment and can
supply all orders. . Anyone can apply it, and it is inex
ssWg combine all these In
our greatest of all shoes, The "HANAN" make.
Hanan has just sent us his latest, The "EMPEROR"
a Business Shoe, a Dress Shoe, and a Sunday
Queen and Nuuanu St.
The Grand Prix
STht Diploma of Honor
ilghe.t potalMt award.)
WAS VIU! Ul
THIS award, malt by an International Jury ol twenty fiva mmter,wai
I at a rating, on points, Higher than any rf tht other twenty typtwrlttn
In compel It Inn. anJ Quotlnr from tht iurv' report was riven "(or renerat
1 DC Jlfllth I rCIfliCr superiority of construction and efftcleno t tht Mghol rating.
. " TriE .,. The Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
Pans Exposition. sy,.H.N.Y..u..A.
Ik - Jf W;
Mr. H.rmtnn Mirth who It an eiptrltncal
2 SsSBiL s
3 JlLHaBaaaaVLBBBBBBaBBBBBBBBi $ orl
typewriter repairer, hat taken full cnargt o
or estimates on repair work on any class of
trancho htu.ne Wtartreaiyto
otationt on smith premier machine
Work ful'y guaranteed.
" Second-band machines taken In exchange,
Stock of No and No 4 machine
constantly on hand, and grneral supplies.
C. W. Macfarlane,
LAMEST ASSORTMENT IN TOWN!
Mr, Bunny, His Book.
By Adah L. Sutton.
WuHtrutcil By V. II. Pry.
The finest Juvenile on the market. Far superior
tn anything of the kind ever before presented 'to the
II tfe men and women. Sure to attract and delight
them beyond measure.
Every story fully Illustrated In the colors.
Dolls, Toys, Games !
tar EVERYBODY WELCOME TO THE BIG STORES, &
m of npwi.
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 'XR1AS.
Wall, Nichols & Co., Ltd.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Zcalandla Is due on the loth Inst.
Circuit Court term will close en
Tako a ride on the electric ears up
Pacific Heights. Fare G cents.
Paul Jnrrctt, mnnagcr of Parker's
ranch, came to town In the Klnau.
Two nicely furnished rooms are for
rent. Heo To Let column on page 8.
TIia Iflnmi hrnutrtil 2JI hnoti prill-
slsneil to the Metronolltan Meat Mar-'
Camara & Co. can now be found on
Alakea street between King and Mer
chant. Jos. F. Morgan has a fine Kimball
piano for' sale. - See his column on
Ooo Kim, on Nuuanu street has Jmt
received nice line of grass-linen
handkerchiefs and holiday goods.
The Klnau reports rough weather.
The Maul at Paapalo yesterday. No
events of Importance occurred on the
M. Daggett of the Malcolm Fishing
& Trading Company arrived In the city
yesterday from the Coast, and Is stop
ping at the Hawaiian hotel.
The funeral of the late llobcrt rt.
Rabe will take place tomorrow, Bund.iv
morning nt 9:30 from the Honolulu
Undertaking Parlors, Port street.
Friends and acquaintances nrc Invited.
A ride from Punahou to Pacific
Heights and back costs 10 cents cain
way. If you care to ramble Into tho
woods at m'auka end of Pacific Heights
we promise you an appetite for your
The HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY
CO. are offering free Instruction In
photography to their patrons. This en
terprising firm well deserve the suc
cess with which their efforts have been
Residents of Knllhl arc still com
plaining about those big. dangerous
holes outside of Lloyd's place just on
tho other side of the Kallhl brldii.
Absolutely nothing In the way of repair
has been done.
The Zenlandla brings the usual In
voice of the season's fruits and delict
cles for Camarlnos. Fresh npplcs and
oranges, grapes, etc., always In stock.
California eggs on the Zealandla, forty
cents a dozen.
The electric cars make round trlpa
every 20 minutes up Pacific Heights
Saturdays and Sundays. The road
Is In excellent condition, and you will
enjoy the cool. Invigorating nlr i well
dp the prettiest views anywhere to bo
The marriage of Mr, J, T. Newman,
who Is ma nagcr of the Volcano Stablf s
repair and harness shop, to Miss Der-
vtshla Veltbausen also of llllo, was eel
ebratedw on Dec. 1, at the residence of
ltev. J. A. Cruzan, that clergyman olfl-elating.
J. E. Orossman has recently'recelvc.l
word that his brother who resided wl'li
him some tlmo nt Olnu is now nt a San
Francisco hospital and his death Is at
any time expected. Dr. Orossman of
Honolulu has gone to the Coast, hoping
to see him again before death ,
One business man was heard to usk
tho following question of another thli
morning: "Do jou think the telephone
company will linvo tho nerve to chaw
full rates for tho service they lwe been
giving us during the present quarter?"
Tho man addressed, could not tell but
ho said ho was quite certain there
would bo no I eduction wlmtevcr.
Among tho arrivals from Illln and
way ports In the Klnau today wore the
following: Mm. Henry West, II. A.
Hadlcy, E. A. Frascr and wife. Miss
Nellie Rlckard. Paul Jarrett. Rev, .1.
Kamakele, J, M. Oat, I). II. Hitchcock,
II. U. Uehr. L. F. I.c Illond. Dr. II ly-
mond, R. W. Shingle, C. P. Grlmwood
and C,nptaln Ahlbnrn, wlfo and child.
Mr. Fluke, who Is the agent of the
Capitol Iliewlng Company of Seattle
came here on tho Kllhu Thomson, and
fully Intended to return on the stear.
cr which loft yesterday for the Sound.
The arrival of Mrs. Flnkc and her
daughter on tho ship Iroquois nltcred
his plans. Tho hnppy trio will take
in the many places of Interest on he
Island nnd will return to the Ncrthwost
country on tho next steamer leaving
for San Francisco.
Your Needs Are Our Study 1
YOU NEED COMFORT,
YOU NEED FIT,
YOU NEED SERVICE.
1 ffift'W. wro'WUwMqtfjS
if J I
McINERNY SHOE STORE,
jr & Marsh, Ltd.
Ladies Neckwear, Handkerchiefs, Sterling Silver
Novelties, Silk Waists, Silk Petticoats, Men's
Neckwear, Umbrellas, Fans, Purses, Shop
ping Bags, Silk Gloves, Kid Gloves,
Combs, Hair Ornaments, Ribbons, Silk
Underwear, Golf Capes, Separate
Skirts, and Thousands of Other
Novelties. Popular Prices.
JIII8 WEEK ONLY.
Coyne Furniture Co..
Fort and Berelania Streets.
HONOLULU STOCK BXCIIANGB
Honolulu, December 8, I ooo.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
517 FORT STREET
NAME OF STOCK
C. Brewer & Company.
American Surar Co.. .
Ew Plantation Co ...
HimAi Plantation Co
Hawaiian Agricultural Co
Hawaiian Um & mi io,
Hawaiian Sugar Co .
Hnnomu Sutrar Co . .
Honokaa Sugar Go , .,
Kahuku Plantation Co
Kamalo bug 1,0 LU a
Kamalo SueCo, pJup
Klpahulu Suear Co
Koloa Sugar Co . .
Kuna Sugar Co.. at..
Maunatcl Sugar Co.at
Maunalel Su Co.pJ up
m " " pi up
uanu sugar li,
Onomta Sugar Co ...
Onkala Surar Plan Co
OtaaSu. Co.Lti., t
uiowaiu company .. .
Paauhau Su. Plan. Co
Paclfif SuirarMlll . .
Pala Plantation Co.
HOLIDAY GOODS !
Our business connections enable is to participate In purctmluc through
an e.xpnUnced buyer, who personally visits the Euiopean and American fac
tories, many of the Noveltle that will be shown In New York, Chicago, San
Francisco and other lirge cities this year, you can find In our store, and at
about th same prices you would pav abroad.
Rich Cut Glass, Sterling Silver, Art Potteries,
Ornaments Table China. Lamps, Plated Ware.
Table Cutleiy, Bronzes, Jardiniers, Art Glass and
House Furnishin"; Goods.
Our store will te open evenings about two week before Christmas. The
first evening will be announced Lter.
W W. DIMOND & CO., Ltd.,
NOS. H, 5$ AND 57 KING ST.. HONOLULU.
Be sure ou get It by buying
Delicate In Flavor,
Convenient In Form.
SKj 1,1. "vf.r.i.i
FOR SAUB 11V
SALTER & WA1TY.
Pf pttkeo Sugar Co .
Pioneer Mill Co ...
Walatua Agr, Co., ai
Walluku Sugar Co.
Walmanalo Sugar Co
Walrrwa Mill Co .
WlHr tamthlB Ca .
Inter-Ulanl Steam n.Co
Hiwi in hlMUe Co
Hon, Suim Laun4ry.
Mutual Telephone Co
Ptoplt't 'ce ft R f g C
HawallanGov 6 percent
Hawaiian Gov. ) per cent
llauf fl l'nt Cab . Umi
llila It. R.Cn. ft pr rnt'
rwi rianiaj n o per cent
Kahuku Plant 6 per cent
uanu I'lantaiion ope
SALES 20 O, R. A L. Co., ioo.oo; 53
McBryde, 58.oo; $ Oalu, I1C5 00; f tllat
A. 5u.75i 5 Olaa A. u.75: 5 Olaa A. '
Yoaterday nfternoon. Mensem. Eli
tou and lloss bucked up ugalnBt Messrs.
Adams and llrock In the flnals of the
Invitation touruaiflcnt of the I'. T. C
Kach side won u set of G 4 when :t
was decided to postpone further play
lK until today on account of fast ap
proaching darkness. I'lny will com
menco nt 2 o'clock. When tho match
Just mentioned Is finished, the wlnncm
will play MeesrH. Atherton nnd Cook",
the chnmplons of last year.
sGESSLER'Sf; will refund
: MAGIC the money
iiHEfiMOIEs If they fall
WAFERS ;l to cure.
t'rliw 10 inti.
THE E V NJ.NG BULLET! N
THE.OLDliST HAWAIIAN ISLANDS I'AI'UR
A KLCNUKB I OR AUVtUTISlBS , v-4 v4 v4 Jt ,4 ,4 ,4
1 am now showing, in my lower window, for the First Time a splendid assortment of
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Ladies Ladies' and Gents'
Embroidered Linen, Plain Hemstitched,
Ranging from 25c to $5.00 each. From one-fourth to one-half inch hejii, in ajl qualities.
Ladies' Real Lace.
in Honiton, Duchess, Brussels' Point, Abltese (in silk), and Embroidered Chiffon.
The above were all personally selected by me when in England, and, bing imported under the old duties and marked '
accordingly, lbelieve the public will say they are the cheappst and the handsomest goods ever offered Here.' f V,
E. W. JORDAN,
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No. IO FORT STREET.
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