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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, I9.
IN LARGE VARIETY
Black and galvanised, In any length',
U Inch to i Inch thick.
Dlston's make; a big supply on htnd.
Paints and Oils
Manila and Sisal from ', Inch to 6
Pice Plow and Breaking Plows.
Fort St.. opposite Spreckels Bank.
There is in store for you
at the NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
Delicious Mince, Cream
and other flavored pics
Same as your Mother
used to make.
Doughnuts that are the talk of the
town because everybody wants them,
And a full line of pastry for the
Holidays made fresh every day.
Come and see us at
J. Oswald Lutted,
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jfAiAf?vtL0US(00LlHGy Agents "Arabic" ij
"AKMRfMn Cooling Compound i;
3 ? rmm
7!w un coated roofs
GENTLEMEN : v
I hive painted several large Iron ',
Warehouses here In Honolulu with it
your "ARABIC" Roof Cooling Com-
pound, and am pleased to say it is i
givinp tiie very best of satisfaction j
It preserves the iron from rust, Is
most durable, anJ keens it cooler i!
by 15 degrees. 1 have had 20 y
years L'spciivnce as a painter, 5 V.
years here in Honolulu, and I have
yet to find as good a paint as the it
"ARABIC" for Iron Roofs. ,
Yours very truly,
W. R. RILEY, l!
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The Grand Prix
flh. Diploma of Honor
lIlRtiekt P0..1M. award )
WAS WON UY
The Smith Premier
The celebration by the Mormons o!
the fiftieth anniversary of the estab
lishment of their church In these Isl
ands was completed yesterday Thero
was a Until meeting at the Orplioum lit
the afternoon. Then came a visit by
over two hundred people to the spot
where a monument wits envtefi fifty
j ears ago by Mr. Cannon and the otlnr
cltleis of the Mormon church who were
endeavoring to establish their church
In the Islands. The meeting at the Or-
plieum In the evening closed the cele
bration. Nothing else has been plann
ed by the Mormons to take place dur
ing the stay of Mr. Cannon In the Isl
The meeting In the afternoon vvn.t
on the same lines as the others. The
feature of the nftcrnoon was a history
of the Mormon church In the Islands
and In I'tnh, by Charles Broad. This
number was arranged for the meeting
In the morning but It was decided in
hold It over until the afternoon. Mr.
Cnnnon was another speaker. Ills
ivords were In the nature of an appeal
to the faithful to be strong In the work.
According to previous 'Arrangement,
there was a gathering near the luiso ot
Punchbowl nt about 5 o'clock. Mr.
Cannon pointed out to the great con
(oursc the ctact spot here the monu
ment was erected by hlmtflf and his
omraiUii so many years ngo. Th?
meeting was closed In prn)er Tho pio
grnni nt the Orphrum In thp evcnli t
was on the same plan as the preccdlnt
I HIS award, maic by an International Jury of tfnty-fiv. (neuters, wit
at a ratine, onpolntl, Higher than any of the other twenty tvrrlt,ri
In competition, and quoting from the Jury'i report Has citen "for gereral
superiority of construction and efficiency at the hlchest rating.
The Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
Svracu.e N, Y.. U. s. A.
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X tpe filer tfrilrer. hit tikn full thjircfi
2 this branch o httuln Wt ar reJr l
2V elvtq otitionton bnlih rrrmkr mch
sior tstlmait on rtptlr work en nycls of
a. urtwrneri. worn miiy eiurantwj.
Sondhahi mchln taktn In
StMk rf No 9 and No 4 machln
conttaotly on hand, and stneral turpi .
C, W. Macfarlane.
Little Children Will
That the Opera Ilonte will bo crowd
il tomorrow nlffht during tho conct'ri
for the lepers' Merry Chilstmas Is an
issmcil fact. Tickets are selling ll!.e
One or the features of th cvenliu
will he the sale of boutonnieres, Mrs.
Annls Montague Turner will hne
httrge of this work and under her will
be the following little Indies and gci
tlemcn: Miss Muriel Campbell. M"im
Muriel Howard. Miss Itose Ilcrbpi'
Miss Laura Atherton. Miss Violet Atn
erton. Miss WTihelmlna Tenney, Mas
ter notiglas IJ.tmon and Matter Ocorgo
Mrs. Walter Hoffmann buslniis
manager for the concert. reportB hav
ing recelxed n donation of $10 I rum
tho Hospital Flower Mission wliHi
will go to swell the fund for tho lepers'
Merry Christmas. This donation wan
bunded In by Miss Juliette King nnd It
Is needless to say. Is much appreciat
ed by eeryone concerned.
LARGEST ASSORTMENT IN TOWN!
Mr, Bunny, His Book.
At the regular quarterly mectluj
of the V. M. C. A. last evening Secre
tary Coleman reported the resignation
of Physical Dliector Coat, to tnlo
place In June, whin he has complete!
11 year's slay In his prcent cupail y
Mr. Coatn wishes tn go to a college In
the cast to complete his edutatlon nnd.
although attempts have been undo n
bue him stay In Honoltth he Is llii'i
In Ills determination,
During Mr. Coats' eonne Hon with
the physclal department of the V. M. ('
A. he has done wondeit The wholo
touo of the gymnasium uorit has bct"i
heightened. New features havo been
Intinduced by .him and lai(-o numbers
of young men hnve joined the gn.
nitsltim to be able to take advantage of
tho splendid opportunities oftercd.
Twcntj-flo new memlirs weie vot
ed In by the directors. Reports fru.T
the membership committee sbowud
things In n cry good condition.
Sccictnr) Coleman was appointed In
the same cipaclty for another year
his term of ofllee beginning with Apr'!
of next jeur. The dlreitors com
mended the secretary upon Wio result
tuhlcxcd hy him.
Tho following committee wns ap
pointed to arrange for tht big retep
Hon on New Year's day: J. I. Cooke,
A. II, Wood, Wray Taylor John Wntei
hotise and Secretary Coliman. Illabor
a'te plans are being made for this ovent.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Take a ride on the electric cars up
I'aclfic Heights. Faro 5 cents.
The Zcnlnudla gets away at 4 o'clot I:
Ilcrgcr's music makers will bo on ban I
Oahu Lodge, No. 1, K. of. P., meets
tonight nt "ICO In Castlo Hall, Fort
Camara & Co. can now bo found on
Alakca street between King and Mer
chant. Tho Wntaleato was discharging her
cargo of sugar Into the Zealandla this
The Otis nnd Sycamore have captur
ed Honolulu, Tho Walker Cyclery are
agents, King sttcct.
John II. Wilson Is constructing 25
miles of plantation railway for the Pio
neer Sugar Co., I.alialna.
The Sachs' Dry Goods Co. will keep
open store tomorrow evening nnd cvei"
evening thereafter till Christmas.
The fililp Star of HtiHsIn whoso cap
tain was In plllkln over his crew whllt
here, reached Seattlo on December 3.
The schooner Jeitsle Miner has dis
charged her cargiof lumber nnd will
clear for Kureka Saturday in urn inn.
Work Is being rapidly pushed for
ward on tho diedgcr at Navy slip No
2, which was so badly wrecked a week
Dr. Noblltt will appear In tho Polho
Court on the 17th Inst. In the two
cases that wcro left over from last
Leo See wants Chew Man appoint-!
administrator ot the estate ot her In o
husband. Yce Chow Knii, which Is val
ued nt $8800.
I.lly Josephine Manson petitions for
ndmlnstrntlon of the entnlo of her lat
husbnnd, George Manson, which Is
Miltted at $4000.
Judge Wilcox this mo-nlng found .!''
Lopez not guilty of the chnigo of sell
ing spirituous liquor without a licence
mill discharged the defendant.
Corrlnv llnrtlctt has begun n dltorcc
suit against W. S. llnrtlctt and pra)s
lor alimony of $50 a month nnd tilUv
ncy'g fees amounting to $l,0.
The household department of the Pa
cini Hardware Co, will be kept open
evenings from now until after the
Christmas holldajs. Sec not lie under
Ida i:. Uiml), made defendant at liw
with Georgo Washington Smith In n
suit for forvclosutro brought by S. '.
Allen, files un answer lonsentlng to the
prnjer ot tho bill.
Tho HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY
CO. arc offering free Instruction In
photography to their patrons. This en
terprising llrm well deseno the sue-
toss with which their efforts have been
A labor agitator occupied the water
front yesterday where he Indulged It.
firebrand dloiotirsc to the nathe hIciv
dorcs who cougregntid. Ills remark
were directed against whnt ho teriind
the sugar bnron3 ot the Islands. II
wns told to moc on, whin ho did so
without, losing much time In nrgulii,;
In the Police Court this forenoon
Manuel Souzn wusc lined Sl.'.O and cosui
on the charge of selling liquor with
out u license. It will be remembered
that he wns lined the ijamo amount cs-
lerilay on the samo charge. There Is
still another case against him. This
will be tried this afternoon or tomor
The new and elegant stianier Slctra
will In nil probability reach here next
Monday on her maiden trip to tho Isl
ands. The coming of the Sierra inenni
much for Honolulu, as It Is the Inuugu
ration of closer lommerclal intcrcourss
with tho ports of the Mainland.. Tin
presence of John I), Spreckels ns a
passenger on tho steamer may have Its
Iteports from Oahu plantation are at
hand regnidlng present operations and
iijntlltloiis. They nre blasting a huge
station to Install ti Ilcldler pumping
plant having n capacity for raising 10.
000,000 gallons of water In twenty
four hours, a vertical lift of five nun
dred feit. At thir present time there
is 1000 acres of r.lttoon cm no and h
tween 1500 and 2000 acres of new cino
which Is looking fine,
Your Needs Are Our Study !
:i YOU NEED
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YOU NEED SERVICE.
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&ss0ilc uUIIIUIIIc all Ulcbc III
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
MclNERNY SHOE STORE,
THIS W12EK ONLY.
Coyne Furniture Co.,
Fort and Beretania Streets.
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
The schooner Knwallant has arrlvd
In port. This Is the unl reported
ns having been on the Mokolil reef.
Season of 1900.
Plenty of Light, and Good Music.
Everybody Welcome. Come and see
the Finest Display of Goods ever
shown in Honolulu.
Presents for Allas
From 5 cents to 500 dollars.
Our Store will be open EVERY EVENING
until Chrktmns, commencing Friday,
W. W. DIMOND & CO., Ltd.
NOb. -3, 55 AND 57 KING ST., HONOLULU.
Be sure you get It by buying
Delicate in Flavor,
uonvenieni in form.
mli'T " tron' Hn
HONOLULU 8T0CK UXCHANGB
Honolulu. December 14, 190c.
SiBTJI? bij i.tot
NAME Or STOCK
I. Dnwtr AComjn
Ewa Plantation Co j om
Mamoa Plantation Co it
HawailanAcrlculruralCo i om,oco tool
Hawaiian Com cVSu Co iiitfjo, txJ.
Hawaiian Sucar Co iaoo.oro loej
Monomu SuRar Co ( t(vo w
Honokaa Sujtar Co I a cno oool '
Haiku Sutrar Co
Katiuku Plantation Co
Kamalo Sue Co Lti a
Kamalo Sue Co. pj up
Kiianuiu suffif (,0 .,
Koloa !UKr Co
Kona bujfar Co at
Maunattl Supar Co,a
Maunal) Su Co r4 up
" pJ up
s'ahlkjSur Co. Ltd as
oanu durar i-o .
Ookala Suear Plan Co
Olowalu Company. . . .
paaunau iu. Plan, lo
Pacific Sucar Milt.. ..
PaU Hantatlon Co . .
Ppko Tturar Co
walalua Act. Co.. as
Waltuku Suear Co
Walmanato Suear Co
Walmf a Mill Co
InterIalan4 Sttam N Co
Hawaiian Llectnc Co
Hon Stfam LaunJry
rvonau i.ac 1 1,0, uj
Mutual Telephone Co
rcopit c ol k 1 g ur
HiwallanGov 6 percent
Hawaiian Cov. 5 per cent!
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tiw is i-iix fiv 4 riper 1
Hito H R.Co, 6 fr cen
Fwa Plantat 11 6 tcr ten'
tCahuku Plant 6 per ceni
' )aiu M Ac Lani Co pr c
uanu rianiauon ope
SALES it llavv'n
McIlrvdeA, fjoo; looOiaaA. $W, 8
McllryJe A, tg I2; 200 Ol.u IM, (14.5a
Sugir, 141 co; toS
l-OR SAUI2 UY
SALTER & WAITY.
That Kallhl Hole.
That Knllhl bole In the road on tin
other shle of the hrhlge anil Just out
Bttlo of the I.loyd prcnilses. Is Betting
worse anil worse as tlmo files by. At
tention lias been rnlleil to It before bur,
nlthoiiKh there Is n KaiiK of laborer at
work on the brliiRe a ffcw feet nwiiy, not
a stroke of work has been pufon It.
During the ilay thero Is no ttanger, is
pahscrx by llml little trouble In seeing
the hole, but In the night when nil Ix
ilnrk. there Is tho greatest danger lit
the wot Id nnil ICTh n wonder that some
one hns not been hurl. A stick has
been Rtijek Into the hole by some of
the peoplo living near by. hnt they
may bo warned away from It while
driving along during The hours of the
By Adah L. Sutton.
s llliiHtrutctl By W. II. Fry.
The finest Juvenile on the market. Far superior
to anything of the klnJ ever before pretntej to the
II tie men and women. Sure to attract and delight
hem bevond measure.
Every tory fully Illustrated In the colors.
Dolls, Toys, Games !
-EVERYBODY WELCOME TO
OPEN EVENINGS UNTiL 'XMA'?.
Wall, Nichols Co,, Ltd.
The Best Bill Yet Given
Champagne and Oysters !
A Clever Opening Act
by CONLON and KYDER
and a Special Stock Company.
Little Claire Fex,
. ...xjtA.Thu LtitcHt lilt.
I Christmas 1900
T H P. E V I: N I N G BULLETIN
Till: OLDLST HAWAIIAN DAILY PAI'liU
A KIONUVKI IOB AIIVISIISIKS v"l kl , v v
Changes by Everyone
I rlcs-25, GO, 70c.
OUR ART DEPARTMENT !
Is showing a laraer and more beautiful asso orient of Articles for Presents than ever before.
Newest Designs in Pillows, Linen Table and Tea Cloths with real lace borders
and centers, Pin Cushions in Great Variety.
R5AL LACE. ...
Collars, Handkerchiefs and Scarfs, Ladies' Bows, Fichus, Etc., in endless choice,
SPECIAL GIFTS FOR YOUR WIVES.
Ladies' Silks, Silk Ciepon and Embroidered Dresi Patterns in Exclusive Designs.
RIBBONS SASHES RUGS
A Beautiful Line of New Fancies. In Embroidered Silks, Something New. To suit All Purpose.
Our Toy Department
Is as well stocked as ever and we would especially mention Lalutte, Pneumatic Billiards, Steam
Clock Work Railways, Trollies and Upright Engines, Etc., Etc.
E. W. JORDAN,
No. 10 FORT STREET?
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