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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1900.
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IN LARGB VARIETY
Black and RalvanlseJ, In any length:
, Inch to 4 inJi thick.
Dlston's makeja big supply on hand.
Diston Sawa ,
Paints und Oils
Manila and Sisal (rom ', Inch to 6
, Mice Plows and Breaking Plows.
Fort St.. opposite Spreckels Bank.
At is is is is is is is ti is is is is is is T.t is ti
ARVtLOUSCooLlHGly Agents "Arabic"
Than, un coated 'roofs
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The Grand Prix
(TtwOI loma of Honor
High?! posslNa award.)
WAS vu, UY
The Smith Premier
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Dolls, Toys, Games !
weir ev&hyhoijy welcome ro tub hig stores, 3
OPEN BVENINS UNTiL XMAK.
Wall, NichoIs"& Co, Ltd.
There is in store for you
at the NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
Delicious Mince, Cream
and other flavored pies
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 Lulled, -
s is is is is Si is is is is is is is is is is is is
Cooling Compound ;
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Warehouses here In Honolulu with it
your "ARABIC" Roof Cooling Com- j
pound, and am pleased to say It Is it
giving the very best of satisfaction. j
It preserves the iron from rust, is
most durable, an.l keeps it cooler '
by 15 degrees. 1 have h.ul
years experience as a painter,
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illj IICIC III IIUIIUIIIIII, .IIIU 1 IIUVL- v,
yet to find as good a paint as the It
"ANAUIC" for Iron Roofs. ,;
Yours very truly, Vi
VV. R. RILEY, it
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THIS award, tnadt by an International Jury of twenty.fivt members, as
at a rating, on points. Higher than any of tht other twenty Ivrewrltera
in comoetltlon, and quotlnr from the Jury's report wat given "(or general
tuperlorlty of construction and efficiency at the highest rating.
The Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
Syracuse, N. Y.. U. b. A.
-.... .An experienced
lyrerner repairer, nas raKtn tun criarge o
this branch o' hebu.Iness Wearere.Jvti
give q outions on Smllh Premier machines
or estimates on repair work on any class of
ijpewruers. woik ruuy guaranteed.
Br Secondhand machines taken In ex
change. ; btock of No t and No 4 machines
;s; constantly on hand, and general supplies.
C. W. Macfarlane,
IN TOWN !
Mr, Bunny, His Book.
Hy Adnli L. Button.
Illustrnted By W. II. Pry.
The Imest Juvenile on the maiket. Far superloi
0 anythlnK of the klndjever before presented to the
1 tie men and women. Sure to attract and dellsht
them beyond measure.
Every tory fully Illustrated In the colors.
Til I: I: V liNINC; HU I. I. I: T I N
Till: OLDI'.ST HAWAIIAN DAILY 1'AI'I.U
A klUltllkl IOU AllVlkriHWl ( ." kt v
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Delicious Scotch Mionbread tit the
New England Ilakery. "
Wo make our own lainlles and Ktiar
nntee them absolutely ptiru. New l!n
Klatnl Ilakery. .
A. II. C. Ilolicntlnn beer 1 to ho hu.t
at the leadlnR snloons. A(k for it, it
There will he n special citotlng of
Lodge I.c I'rogres tonight. Work In
the third degree,
The post onlce hoys had their picture
taken In n group this forcnuon. I'ott
mnster Oat was among th number.
The America Marti Rill leave today
and will take considerable mall. It
possible that she may li'nt Uic Zenlati
dla to the Coast.
The Whltaker & Ray Company of
San I'ranclsco have published n honlc
by Miss Allle M. Felker entltloi
''Crumbs of Comfort."
The special committee on proposed
amendments of the plumbing reRiiU
tlons Is meetlns at the Hoard of Ucal'.h
moms this afternoon.
V. V. Dlmond's store, beautifully
Illuminated so ns to show off to the
best ndvantnRC the elegant display of
holiday goods. Is open from now on
The W. 0. Hall which hn been 'in-
I dergolng repairs, will take tip her regu
lar run to the Islands next .Titcsdav.
' She has the appearance of a new boit
since being thoroughly overhauled.
Our cold sliced ham fandwlch'.s
touch the spot at the Nw Englan 1
Christmas shoppers may find time o
sp"nd a pleasant and profitable hour at
the Kllnhana Art l.'ngut exhibition
this evening. It Is In th- Moilel block.
Fort, near Ilerctanla met. No admis
sion fee. f
Those wishing reliable horses, ex
perienced drivers, new rigs, fair prices
and courteous treatment should call ul
the Territory Stables. Their telcphono '
number Is Main 35. They deliver and j
call for rigs free of charge. I
I'les eveijbody wantF two pieces jf
maile by New England Bakry.
The views from Pacific HHghts ur
even prettier now than on moonlight
nights as the electric and other lights
of the city appear more brilliant and
greater In number, the effeit being like
glittering Jewels on a tray of ebony.
A. W. Howe, the bllllanllet, left In
the Zealandla with the obJ"-t of pro
curing an outfit for a new resort for
the game. He and Wllllr.m lucas line
tnken the Wavorley Cltib hall for that
purpose. Mr. Howe said ai the. grim;-
way that the place would h fitted up In
n manner to pleate th tno't fastidious
devotee of the sport.
Chocolate eclalres and 'ream pulfB
simply sublime at New England IK
Try our mlncc, pumpkin, custard or
cream pies, they take the cake at the
Now England Ilakery. .
Pacific Hardware Co.
ON HETHEL STPEET WILL BE
OPEN EVERY EVENING COM
MENCING SATURDAY, UNTIL AND
The Best Bill Yet Given
Champagne and Oysters 1
A Clever Opening Act
by CONLON and HYDER
and a Special Stock Company.
Little Claire Fex,
lav. The LutcHt lilt.
Changes by Everyone
ANEMIA, PQ0RNE88 0FBL001
lliavaii' laoa la PreKTlb
-i y Ibi I.ratln rbrslcl
1 ol all Counul.a.
j Jl ahiaar Talf. ne. Sm
3 thin aol CealfifaJa.
" Dcu aul ila,. L I,
! vj too i.radini rofUCU
boon brmt back
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Dainty almond macaroons and lalv
fingers at New England ilakery.
llcnietnber the concert at tht Opci
Hmiso this cenlng
Take a rldo on tho electric cars up
Pacific Heights. Fare G cents, (
Tho Itapld Transit Company's plows
were ripping tip I.unnlllo street csl"r'
Camara & Co. can now ho found on
Alakea street between King und Mer
chant. Elegant nrtittlc wedding cake, decor
ated by artists. Now England Ilakery.''
The Otis and Sycamore linto captur
ed Honolulu. The Wnlkcr Cyclery arc
agents, King street.
Take a ride on I'nclllc Heights and
sco tho oil How, Just Ewa of Mr. Nich
ols' house on l.aota Iload.
Candles Cheap grades for schools
to the most expensive. New England
Sports on tho campus of Kamchamehii
school this nfternocu. Evcrj ody Is In
vltcd. The best athletes in tho city nr
There will bo no concert In Emma
Square this afternoon. The band wll!
play at the sports on tho campus of
Our morning coffee and hot buns ir
doughnuts arc the wonder of Honolulu.
There will ho a concert by the band
on the Capitol grounds nt tho regular
tlmo Sunday ufternoon. An excellent
program has hion arranged.
Uvcry member of the Amateur Or
chestra Is expected to be present at a
j rehearsal to be held In tho Opera House
at 4:30 o'clock sharp this afternoon.
I Those going up Pnclllc Heights to
! day must procure tickets for the trio
I ns only those having tickets will he il-
lowed on the cars. Only n sumVlnnt
numfter of tickets will bo Bold each trls
to comfortably fill the car.
I Pastry that melts In your mouth tit
' the New England Ilakery. 'i
Prom now until Christmas day the
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPI.PV CO.
will keep open In tho evenings until 'j
p. m. as an accommodation to tlwir
customers. They have the prcttl -st
line of Christmas souvenirs In the cltv.
Thctc will be nn exhibition game of
association football on tho Oahu Col
lege campus at :i o'clock this afternoon,
beginning nt 3 o'clock. A picked team
of Scotchmen Is to play a picked team
of Englishmen, Everybody Is Invited.
Oahu college and .the preparatory
school In connection therewith. closd
yesterday for the Christmas holiday.).
Among tho arrivals from Maul und
Hawaii ports In tho Manna l.oa yester
day were tho following: (leorgo Mc
Dougall, Mrs. Kunlmokii. .1. do Motto.
Mrs. A. W. Neely, G. P. Mnydnfll.
Judge Edlngs, W. It. Hutchinson, C.
1.. Hollowny, hi Cheung, J, Itlchardson.
J. W. Catchcnrt. A. J. Ozawn and J. N.
Siotch baker Imported expressly to
make nur Scott h short broad. Now Em
gland Ilakery. '
People should not forget that theio
Is to ho u grand concert nt tho Open
House to ralso money for the purpose
of buying Christmas presents to miiko
happy the hearts of tho poor unfo:
tuuates nt the settlement on tho Inland
of Moloknl. Tfiero are souls left, h'lt
If these are to be secured, people
should ho sure to tako advantage of
the very first opportunity to secure
tickets. It will bo worth tho while of
those who cannot secure tickets to go
to tho concert and stand, for tho num
bers on tho program uro well worth It.
Mrs. Walter Htiffniunn, tho lady wltu
has ihargu of tho liuslness affairs of
tho concert ut tho opera house tonight,
wlshis to expivsH her gratefulness fo
all those who have assisted In tho work
of making tho affair a success. In , ad
vance, slio thanks the ladles nud tlu
cMMrtn who will tonight sell llowcrx,
programs and lemonade. Mrs. HolT
manu mentions tho following Hnwj
linns as belug among those who wee
inobt liberal III the matter Of pucliK
lug tickets and selling them to th
peoplo of tho city: Prince David K.i
wauaunkoa, Judge Kiiuliiknu, Mis
In no Drown, Mrs. Mana and Hon.
OUR ART DEPARTMENT !
Is showing a lamer and more beautiful assortment of Articles for Presents than ever before.
Newest Designs in Pillows, Linen Table and Teu Cloths with real lace borders
and centers, Pin Cushions in Great Variety.
Collars, Handkerchiefs and Scarfs, Ladies' Bows, Fichus, Etc., in endless choice
HUSBANDS ATTENTION 1
SPECIAL GIFTS FOR YOUR WIVES.
Ladie Silks, Silk Ciepon and Embroidered Dress Patterns in Exclusive
A Beautiful Line of New Fancies. In Embroidered Silks, Something New.
Our Toy Department
Is as well stocked as ever, and we would especially mention Lnlutte, Pneumatic ISUliurds, Steam
Clock Work Railway, Trollies und Upright Engines, Etc., Etc.
Your Needs Are Our Study 1
We 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
McINERNY SHOE STORE,
& Marsh, Ltu.
Ladies Neckwear, Handkerchiefs, Sterling Silver
Novelties, Silk Waists, Silk Petticoats, Men's
Neckwear, Umbrellas, Fans, Purses, Shop
ping IJags, 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
FU RaPB tS
Be sure jou Ret It by buying
I Christmas 1900 j
YOU NEED FIT,
YOU NEED SERVICE.
of 1900. s
Plenty of Light, and Good Atusic.
Everybody Welcome, Come and sec
the Finest Display of Goods ever
shown in Honolulu.
Presents for All
From 5 cents to 500 dollars.
Our Store will be open EVERY EVENING
until Christmas, commencing Friday,
W. W. D1M0ND & CO., Ltd.
NOi. 51, 55 AND 57 KINO ST., HONOLULU.
i Hu Pa f m :: r Fttlw lei K M M ta
Delicate in Flavor,
Convenient In l:orm.
I'OR SAUli 13Y
SALTER & WAITY,
i -- m
Golden Oak .
SIX FOOT- 1Mi
EIGHT FOOT $8.51.!
THIS WI'.EK ONLY.
Coyne Furniture Co.,
Fort and Beretania Streets. ,
HONOLULU HTOCK UXCIIANOB
Honolulu, December 15, 9
NAME OF STOCK
C. Brer iCorej-iBy
Pw Plirtillon Co
Hamoi 1'lintatlonCo 1
itivallinC.om fcu Co . t,i,T
Mawaliin Sucr Co ! s ooo.two
Honomu Sueir Co I tjo.ouo
Hi'ku Supir Co $00,000
Kjhuku runutinn co jojcoc
KimiloSucF Co Lli all tn.oo
Katmalo uc to pJupl , ito.ooe
Kinfi riini-t-o lu.iii i ojo.ooo
Klhfl P.Co Lti, ri up) I i.jou.oco
Kiianuiu ufir ,0
Kotoi Sugir Co
Kna Sutrar Co . at
MaunatUI Suirar C0.11
I 4195. Ono
I I OO, ODD
Miunalel Su Co rJ up
Oahu Sugar Co .
Onntnai SuirarCo. ..
Ookata Suear Plan Co.
Olaa Su. Co.. LtJ.. nl
Olowatu Company. . ..
Paaunau zv, pi an. 1,0
Pacific Sucar Mill
Pala Plantation Co ....
Pioner Mill Co
Waiaiua Act Co.. ai
Waltuku Sugar Co
Walmanalo Sugar Co
Intfr-lklani Stam N Co
ii in LIctrl(T Co
Mon, ffn 1 aunjry
Mutujl Ttlrrhon Co
Oahu Ry& Land Co
rtropK t CO K k ik to
HiwallanOov 6 per cent!
ruw ti I'otiav 4nrrc
Milo R R.Co 6p(nnt
bwa Plantat n 6ptrent
Kahuku Plant, 6 re r cent
t alm R Ac LanJ Co pr c
Oahu I'lantatlon 6 pc
SALES-McHryJefo.is)it 5 McBryiie
f4.i2'a; 70 McllryJe, f;.i2ji ; 5 WaUlux.
5llK. 15 Walalua, ll8; 5 VVaLilui. 5ll8;
jo ttcbryJe, I9.12H ; 5 Walalua, n8 ; 5
Honomu, f 15,8.
Tlio liaml will play the following se
lections at a itincrrt on tho Capitol
Krouiiila Sunday afternoon:
The Old Hundred.
Overture Ketstlvnl I.ortilnj
CiHVottc Alexlua Asher
Kantailn Solo anil Chorus '
(Irand St lection Die Walkuere (by
l'AUT II. '
Overture Kanipa Herolj
Selection-1 Martlrl nonlzottl
Internuvzi) The Oinutiitr Glllet
I'ln.ile II Trovatoro Verdi
Tho Star Spancled Danner.
Tin. lol.iul College Magazine for Ue
rfinlicr Is out.
To suit All Purposes v
E. W. JORDAN,
!" vtaM.isln aa .1.,, latl.il.., .1 in
W..U. i.uau haa .. ail -..i.., , Imtiliu
Wil .I,, , Kg. Uliy.ll.. rails
nj. ivf rum oikli., ,