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BULLBTINl HONOLULU, H. I., TUliSDAY, DRCBMtiUK II, 1900.
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IN UKGE VANICTY
UUck and galvafiUeJ, In any
a nun 10 men iiiick.
Dlston's miU'i.i big supply on hind.
Paints and Oils
Manila and Slul Irom U Inch to 6
Nice Plows and Ureaklng Plows.
Fort St., opposite Sprcckels Bank.
J. Oswiii Lilted,
Makes the Finest Line of Bread In thi
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.
WeTiave just received a large shipment and. can
supply all orders. Anyone can apply it, and it is inex
Queen and Nuuanu Sts.
The Grand Prix
(Tht Diploma of Honor
Hlrn.t potsIM award.) .,
WAS WON BY '
The Smith Premier
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HIS awanl, raad. ty an International Jury ol twtntyfitt cnmteri.wal
ratlnr, on polnta. Hlchf than any of tha other t.ntv rTwrln,i
In competition, ani quoting from tha Jury's report was given '"for general
uperlorlty of comtructlon ani efficiency at tht highest ratlnr.
The Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
SyracuM. N. Y., U. b. A.
fc!'JLiiataW"a. ' T
tyrtwrlier refalrer. ht takrn lull rhargt
this branch o btbuilnett We art ready to
Clq fetation on Smith Premier naditnti
or animates on repair work on any class of
t) pawrltert. Work fully guaranteed.
f Second-hand machines ulttn In ex
r Stock ol No and No 4 machines
constantly on hand, ana central lupplles,
C. W. Macfarlane,
HOLIDAY LINE I
LARGEST ASSORTMENT IN TOWN! -
Mr. Bunny, His Book.
By Adah L. Sutton.
Illustrated By W. H. Fry.
The finest Juvenile on the market. Far superior
to anythbig of the kind ever before presented to the
II tie men and "women. Sure to attract and delight
them beyond measure.
Every story fully Illustrated In the colors.
Dolls, Toys, Games !
EVERYBODY WELCOME TO THE BIG STORES, &J
SANTA CLAUS' EMPORIUM.
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 'XMAS.
Ml, Nichols & Co,, Ltd.
P. J. Tmln la III.
A rimiiI Inutile wlmunii Is wanted
Hoc Wnnt rolmnli mi page 8.
Take n rldo un ttie electric car up
I'nrlflf Heights, l'nro 5 cents.
The Klrlau loft nt noon nllh n fii'.l
passenger lint nml no tiiil of tri'lgiit.
Illcjtlo repairing nt greatly rcifuced
rates nt tho Walker Uyelery, Klnj
Cstnara & Co. can now bo found on
Alnkcn street between King and Mer
chant. See ,1ns. V. .Morgan's column on paijo
8 for miction of assorted tags, fancy
plated goods etc,
(,'nl, (leorgc W. Mncfarlnno Is ex
pected to nrrlve from the Coast In a
steamer to reach this port at no distant
The American Messenger Service will
mnko special arrangements during the
holidays for quick and (indent scrvl-c
In delivering packages, Invitations, etc
Tel. Main 199.
Tlio llanallan Woman's Club will
meet nt the, home of Mrs. W. P. Kreir.
Aicntlla. l'unnlioii, at 3 o'clock this iit
ternou. All members arc earnestly re
quested to be present.
I'laiios arc now going sold on such
ensy terms by the llcrgstrom Music C-).
that many pcoplo arc selecting Instru
malts and paying a deposit to have
them reserved until Christmas.
.Major J. W. Pratt llepnrtod for Wui
luliii In the Klnnti today for tho pur
pose of presiding nt tho election ot o!Il-
ccrs of the new Maul military company.
Ho will return as soon as possible.
Tho steamship Albion will start lo
discharge, her refrigerated cargo tills
afternoon nt Wllder's wharf. Krom
present nppenrances the coKl storage
goods wll conio out In good shape.
Tho HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY
CO, are ottering free Instruction In
photography to their patrons. This en
terprising Ann well deserve the suc
cess with which their efforts have been
Tho Zealnudla brings tho usual In
volco ot tho season's fruits and delica
cies for Camnrlnos. Kresli apples and
orange3, grapes, etc., always In stock.
California oggs on the Kcalandla, forty
cents a dozen,
Those wishing reliable horses, ex
perienced drivers, new rigs, fair prices
and courteous treatment should call ul
the Territory Stables. Their telephono
number Is Main 33 They deliver and
call for rigs frco of charge.
The ashes of the lato Henry Alexan
der, the sunltary engineer who died In
Napa, Cal., a short time ago, were In
terred In Kawalahao cemetery yester
day afternoon. Deceased was the son
of Prof, and Mrs. W. D. Alexander ot
A meeting of the Old Iolant Hoys' Ab
soclntlon Vootball Club will take place
at the college this evening at the usual
hour. All former members of the In
stitution arc cordially Invited to bo
present. Matters of Importance will
The ship Kennebec got away this
morning for Port Townsend with a
union crew. During tho time the cup
tain and his estimable wife have been
In port they hao made - a host of
'friends, who wish them God speed mi
At tho meeting of the Teachers' As
sociation of Hawaii In tho High school
last evening, papers were read by Mlsa
Snow (paper prepared by Mrs. N.
Krashcr), Miss. Taggard and othou. i
The meeting proved n very interesting
and Instructive one.
Under the heading. "A Model Cam:)."
the Maul News gives a full description '
of Camp Wood, tho buildings of which
when abandoned ns n quarantine sta
tion were purchased by the 11, C. & P.
Co., for tho use of tho laborers ot tho
Kahulul Itallroad Company, and ni'jiii
than one hundred of them are domicil
ed there now. (
Joo Lopez, a Portuguese was on trlr.1
In tho Police Court this forenoon on
tho charge of selling liquor without a
license. As far as the case went Ill's
forenoon, "tho evidence was very much
against tho defendant. Attorney Vlvus
appeared for the defense. Deputy
Sheriff Chllllngworth for tho prosecution.
Your Needs Are Our Study 1
YOU NEED COMFORT,
YOU NEED FIT,
YOU NEED SERVICE.
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?sssYYe comoine an inese in
our greatest of all shoes, The UHANAN" make.
Hanan has just sent us his latest, The "EMPEROR"
a Business. Shoe, a Dress Shoe, and a Sunday
McINBRNY SHOE STORE,
W & 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. -
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
517 FORT STREET
HOLIDAY GOODS !
Our business connections enable us to participate in purchasing through
an e.per!rnced bujer, who personally visits the European and American fac
tories, many of the Novelties that will be shown In New Yotk, 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, Plaed Ware.
Table Cutlet y, Bronzes, Jardiniers, Art Glass and
House Furnishing Goods.
Our store w III be open evenl gs about two weeks before Christmas. The
first evening will be announced later.
W. W. D1MOND & CO., Ltd.,
NOS. 5), 5? AND 57 KING ST , HONOLULU.
Be sure ou get It by buying
Delicate in Flavor,
uonvenieni in form.
FOR SALB BY
SALTER & WAITY.
SIX FOOT- $7.M
EIGHT FOOT SS.5I
THIS WEEK ONLY.
Coyne Furniture Co-
Fort and Beretania Streets.
HONOLULU STOCK BXCHAKCtf
Honolulu, Dectmber it, tgocx.
NAME OF STOCK
C. Brewer & Com piny.
Ewa Plantation Co ....1 .ooooro
Hamua Plantation Co i it.oco
Hawaiian Com it Su Co t,t,i jo
40 J, 000
Hawaiian Sujrar Co
uononu Mieaf t-o .,
rionuKaasuear 1-0 .
Haku Suftar Co. .,
Kahuku Plantation Co
KimaloSuc Co Ltd a
Kamalo SupCo. p4up
Koloa Soear Co . .
Kona Sujrar Co.. a
Maunalf l Sojtir Co.a
Maunalel Su Co.fi up
viiu urir vOf
Onoma Sugar Co
Ookala Sugar Plan Co.
OlaaSu. Co., LtJ., it I
Paauhau Su. nan. Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill......
Pali Plantation Co
PcpMkco Surar Co .
Pioneer Mill Co .,
Walalua Apt. Co., at,
Walanat Company ,,,,
Walluku Surar Co
Walmanalo Suear Co
WllJtr StanifthlB Cn.
inter 1 nana mi am n vo
Hawaiian Lirtc Co
non. swim Launjry..,,
Mutual Telephone Co .,
r.ah.1 Duft Iak4 a"-
Ptoplt't ca ft R f Co
Hawaiian Gov 6perceni
Hawaiian uov, j per cen
H1I0 R.R, Co. 6 per cent
Ewa Pltntat n 6percen
Kahuku Plant. 6 rcr crni
Oahu R ft Lani Co.pr c
uanu t'laniauon ope
SALES 150 WalaluaJ no: loWalalx.
fin; 5 Bwa 1 28.25 ; 2$ Olaa Pd Sii.53;.
f ta28.25; lovvalaluaflig; SWalJler
filo; 10 Ewa J28.25 ; 20 Ewa tsX.m if
McBryde A 18.75: 5 Olaa Pdfu.WTt
119; 15 WalaluaSlti); 1; tVol-
Hlftht fop Church Property.
I-omlon, Uec. 1. There was an ex
traordlnary Incident In Whiting llij,
Arran, yesterday evening connrctwl
with the recent union ot the 8cotlb
churches. A number of nnti-Uulunbti.
attempted to forcibly tako pusaesiiua ct
the local Free church and the oIBcUl.
barricaded the doors, whereunut. hc
besiegers stormed the chur:h and triiMf
to force an entry by way of the mat.
They then broke through n window
compelling tho defenders of thr rolEjf
to retire nt ho point of a rat)lver. It
tho forthcoming legal prucridiiFS L"
the remnant of tlio Free churches op
posing the union there will bo Via
thousand defendants, Including all the
assemblymen and trustees of the Unit
ed Free Church.
THE EV E IN I N G B U L L E Tl N
THE OLDKST HAWAIIAN DAILY I'APEU
A KIONPVKI FOR ADVCRTISCRS Jit jt t Jt Ji Jl jt &
I 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 $5.00 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 England, and, being imported under the old duties and markei
accordingly, I believe the public will say tfiey are the cheapest and the handsomest goods ever offered here..
E. W. JORDAN,
No; lO FORT STREET,
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