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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., MONDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1900.
IN LARGE VARIETY
Black and RalvanlseJ, In any length:
X, Inch to i Inch thick.
Dlston's make', a big supply on hand.
Paints and Oils
Manila and Slsil from !( Inch to 6
. Inch thick
fl Plows and Broking Plows.
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Fort St., opposite Spreckels Bink.
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IS UNEQUALLED Gentlemen:
Than uncoated roofs
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The Grand PriX TI"i'w,,Ji majebyanlnlttnatlonaljuryoltwantyfivtnuiiit.ri.wai
B"ha Dlt loma of Honor I at a ratlnff, on points. Higher than any of tha other twenty typerltra
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WAS WON UY In comr-.tltlnn, and quoting Iromtha Jury, report wai given "for crneral
IflC Smiln rrCmier suptrlonty ofconxructlon and efficiency at tha hlthett ratine.
B . aj THC .. The Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
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ASSORTMENT IN TOWN!
Dolls, Toys, Games !
ter EVEKYHODY WELCOME TO THE BIG STORES, 3
SANTA ClAUS' EMPOItlUM.
OPEN EVENINGS UNTiL 'XMAS.
Wall, Nichols"& Co, Ltd,
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T M Ii. 0I.I1UST HAWAIIAN IIAILV I'AI'liK
a tliiaiilk. ion ai.vini.in ,l J ,M VM w4 .4 ,M
There is in store for you
at the NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
Delicious Mince, Cream
and other flavored pics
Same as your Mother1!
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 Luttcd,
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Agents "Arabic" S
I have painted several hrue Iron
Warehouses here in Honolulu with
your "AHABIC" Koof Cooling Com
pound, and am pleased to say it is
giving the very best of satisfaction.
It preserves the iron from rust, is
most durable, anJ keeps it cooler
by 15 degrees. I have had 20
years experience as a painter, 5
years here in Honolulu, and I have
yet to find as good a paint as the
'ARABIC" for Iron Roofs.
Yours very truly,
W. R. RILEY.
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typewriter repilrtr, his tikm full chircco
this branch o h bulns Wt srs reiJlo
glvtq ottionsrn Smith Premier machint
oretilmatts on'rfpalr orkon anyclsss of
t)rtwrlten. Work fully cuarantetd.
ataT" Secoodhand machines taken In ex-
& r bto:k ot vo a and Wo 4 machines
constantly on hanJ, and general supplies.
C. W. Macfarlane,
Mr. Bunny, His Book.
By Adah L. Sutton.
HluHtritcU By W. II. Fry.
Juvenile on the market. Far superlot
to anything of the Ulndj eer before presenteJ to the
II tie men and women. Sure to attract anil delight
Every story fully Illustrated In the colors.
N I N G I. V I. I. HI I N
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
TrTo Alameda snlls for San Franclaoo
nt C p. 111.
Delicious Scotch hortbreail at tho
New r.nglninl Bakery.
Tho It. M. SMIowern If due frori
the Colonies on the 19th lust
A folding bed as roui at new Is fen
sale. See For Sale column on page 8.
Harmony Lodge No. 3, I. 0. 0. l,
meet stonlgl)t at 7:30 In Harmony Hall.
IMmuntl J. Lord has li"on appolnlcd
Superintendent of Sewers for Honolulu,
by J. A. McCnndless.
Notice that the Unterprle Mill Co.
has discontinued Its planing mill busi
ness. See New Today.
Whitman & Co. have moved from
Fort street to 91 King str-t, the store
vacated by C. O. Hall k. Son
Severnl hnrtlwood piles wcro re
moved tp Utc lighthouse this mornlni;,
llit-y will bo tlrhen for mooring pur
poses. Mary Mcl'herson by her attorneys),
Magoon & Thompson, has discontinued
her assumpsit suit against 1". M.
A notice of regulation governing the
life nf firearms anil spirituous llquois
at the leper settlement appears under
Scotih baker Imported expressly to
make our Scotch short lrad, New I3:i-
Judge Humplnejs has dnled the pe
tition of Maria Ilareto far nn allow
ance fiom the principal of her late hm
band's estate for malntnanre.
Judge Hstee made Frlti Hdlcr, Oef
man, a citizen of the I'nltcd States thl.
morning, the candidate blng vouched
for under oath by II. M.'Dow and i:. Ii.
'I hi' schooner John 0. North snllc 1
on December 11th for San Francisco
from Mahukona, with G,u? bags nugni.
i20 bags coffee, 12; pal.ngeK hides.
Tho totnl,nluc of the eaigo a f 10,
The barkentlne Archer ami lite
schooner Oknnogan which arrived !n
port yesterday, are lying r.longslde nf
the Allan & Ilohlocon lumber ynnN
They will begjn discharging withtiut
Candles Cheap grades for school
to the most expensive. Nw Englan.l
The Metropolitan Meat Co. have .in
Immense shipment of bef, mutton
veal, lamb, pork, etc., poultry and game
coming on the Sierra due today. Also
they have a lot of live turkeys f.ir
Christmas now on sale.
There have been some hangcs made
In the officers of the Nippon Maru. Her
staff Is now as follow t. W W. (Ireeni1
commandenvll. S. Smith, chief officer,
William I.. Mitchell, chief engineer,
J 11. Slocum, purser! A. .1. Mlnaker
M. V., surgeon; fieorge E. Klddrr
Our morning coffee and hot buns t.r
doughnuts aic the wonder ot Honolulu
The arrival of the steamer Sierra Is
the main topic on the streets today
Some think she will shrw up this nf'
tcrnoon while others do not look for
her nrrlvnl until late this evening. Sho
Is scheduled to'reaih here Tuesday
She will In all probabll.tj mako the
lust time possible on her run to tltl.i
Our delicious fresh raailUs In fancy
boxes 25 cents and upwards. Now En
Tho Mlkahnla reports tho steamer
Nllhaii as having arrived at i:ictlo nt
10:30 on Saturday morning. Tho
Schooner Fnnnle Allele was also at
Elccle. discharging a deck load of liny.
By noon on Sattuday the barkentlne
Amelia hnd finished discharging nt
nieele. Tho steamer Kt-niihou wns on
her way to Hnnamaulu when tho Mlka
hnla left Nawlllwlll at f. o'clock In the
morning on Sntuiday. tho Keiiuhou
was not to leave Hanamaulu until t.-
day The Mlkahaln report smooth
weather In tho channel, with ordlnnry
Try our mliice, pumpkin custard or
cieam pies, they tnke tr ako at the
New England llakery. .
The American limit Roderick Dlmo,
which was recently filled with nn In.
candescent lighting 'system In Ban)
Francisco, left thnt port In command
of Captain Johnson on tho I'd. for
llllo. Sho has n full cargo consigned
to H. Hackfcld & Co. Tho Amy Tiir
ner also left San Francisco at tho
same time for llllo with n full load
of general goods for tho merchants
and planters. Tho following passen
gers sailed on tho Koderlck Dim:
Governor linker and wife. Miss Jul In
llioderlck, Miss I'omeroy, Miss Clnrko.
Miss Hnttles Hilton "Tug" Wilson,
Mr. anil Mrs. Duck, W. II. I.lttlo. wlfo
and baby. ,
A black cloth satin lined capo ban
been lost. See Lost column on pugo 8
Pacific Hardware Co.
ON IIEMIfil. SriM-.liT WILL HE
OI'HN IsVHHY hVI-.N'INCi COM
MHNCINO SATURDAY, IJNNI. AND
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Dainty nlmond macaroons nml lady
fingers at New England llakery.
Tnko a rldo on the electrlo cars up
l'aclflc Heights. Fare C cents. '
Our cold Bllced ham sandwich's
touch the spot at tho -Now Englan 1
Citnara & Co. can now be found on
Alakea Btrect between King and Mer
We make our own candles and guar
antee them absolute))' pure. New En
,Thero will bo n concert by tho band
In Emma Square nt the usual time this
Tho Otis and Sycamore havo captur
ed Honolulu. Thf. Walker Cyclery ,irc
ngents, King BtreVt.
The schooner John A. Campbell will
pull out shortly. Having discharged
most of her lumber cargo.
l'lcs everybody wants two pieces if
made by New England Bakery.
Manual Soma and Crcsporo do Atcj
were arrested yesterday on the charge
of selling spirituous liquor without n li
cense. Both tho cases wlll'como up to
morrow. Hy the time the enrncnters nn-J
fiiilutcrs get through with the James
Makco she will practically be n new
boat. She will be again under the com
mand of Captain Tullctt.
Our pastry made from best material,
best workmen, best In the city.
Tho dredger nt wharf No. '1 started
In Inst Saturday, having been thnr
oiighly repaired. For the sake of tho
contractors it Is In bo hoped tlhit
nothing will occur to cause any fur
Among tho arrivals from Maul ports
In the Claudlne Sunday were the fol
lowing: Ocorgo Weight, W. II. Bailey,
Miss A. Wodchousc. the Misses Schau
fcr. F. J. Cross, Wm. White, I) II. Ka
haulillo nnd Win, Thompson,
Those wishing reliable horses, ex
perienced drivers, new rigs, fair prices
and courteous treatment should call ul
tho Territory Stables, Their telephono
number is Main 35. They deliver and
call for rigs freo of charge.
riacc jour orders early and nave, dis
appointment at Now England Bakery "
D. 1'. Isenbcrgf and wife. II. I'. l'aye.
II. D. Mead. Dr. Sandow, J. I). Wlllard.
Mrs. Charles Lovcll, Mrs. W. U Bow
ers, Miss Harbottle and Mrs. Kneo
wcro among the nrrlvals from Kau.il
ports in the Mlkahnla Sunday morning.
From now until' ChrlstmaB day the
HONOLULU I'HOTO SUl'i'I.l'Y CO
will keep open in tho evenings until &
p. m. ns an accommodation to their
customers. They have the prettiest
lino of Christmas souvenirs In tho city.
Elexant artistic wedding cake, decor
ated by artists. New England Bakery.'
The yacht La I 'n loma that salle I
from here recently having been chn--tered
by tho Inter-Island Telegraph
Co., was recently seen crulslnfg off Mo
lokal. She has on board Export Oni!
who Is engnged in n scries of experi
ments In connection with tho Mnrcoul
system of wireless telegraphy.
C. Qnlnn appeared in tho l'ollcc Qoirt
this foicnoon on the-charge of neglect
ing to wear his hackmnn's badge tin
his left breast as required by the hack
regulations. Defendant pleaded gull'',
saying thatlio was on his way to din
ner and tc' off (its badge. Judge Wil
cox Bald that Qulnn was a hackman
who nlwnyr tried to live up to the regu
lations. He would therefore wnrn tho
defendant ml allow him to go.
Pastry that melts In your mouth ut
tho New Englanu Bakery.
William Dudley Hunt, an old ka
mnalna, died at his homo In Walklki
Saturday morning after an Illness of
nbotit a month. The funeral took place
from tho late homo this forenoon. Da
ceased was born In Ewn, this Island.
July 21. 1831, Ho wns a son of Thomrs
Hunt, a vctcrnu of tho war of 1812
Decca8cc'd was very well known In theso
Islands. Miss Julia Hunt, a school
teacher at Wttllupo, Is a daughter of
the deceased who with a wife, two
sons nnd numerous relatives, mouri
Chocolnto eclalres nnd cream puffs
simply Btibllmo nt New England Hi-
OUR ART DEPARTMENT !
Is showing a larger and more reautuul assoriment ot Articles tor Presents
Newest Designs in Pillows, Linen Table and Tea Cloths
KEalw LaftlsJQ. .
vf Collnrs, Handkerchiefs and Scarfs,
SPP.CIAL GIFTS FOR YOUR WIVES.
Ladies' Silk?, Silk Ciepon and Embroidered ")ress Patterns in Exclusive
A Beautiful Line of New Fancies. In Embroidered Silks, Something New.
Is as well stocked as ever,
Your Needs Are Our Study 1
YOU NEED COMFORT,
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
McINBRNY SHOE STORE,
$ & 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 STRBET
To Suit Everybody.
Come and see the finest display of goods
evtr shown in Honolulu.
Our More will be open every eveninc, and
beautifully illuminated with many powerful arc
lights, and other lamps.
Do not miss this sight. We will welcome
your vi-it, whether you buy or not.
W. W. DIMOND & CO., Ltd.
ImpopterH of Crockery. GIuhh nnd
Houhc Purnlnhlnjl GoodH.
NOS. 5J, 55 AND 57 KINO ST., HONOLULU.
Bt sure you get It by buying
iTlVlaaV WemUM IJrtT (O.Mi
I Christmas 1900 1
ana centers, Fin cushions in ureat variety.
Our Toy Department
and we would especially mention
IslOCK vrm'K Hiiiiwuyv, i i'uiiic
YOU NEED FIT,
YOU NEED SERVICE.
of 1900. s
Delicate in Flavor,
Convenient In Form.
l-OR SALE UY
SALTER & WAITY.
Ladies' Bows, Fichus,
unu ji-il;iil uiiiiich,
M y irfflj,
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SIX FOOT- $7.08
EIGHT FOOT $8.50
THIS WEEK ONLY.
Coyne Furniture Co.
Fort and Beretania Streets.
HONOLULU STOCK UXCHANOB
Uonnluiu, December 17. 1900.
NAME OF STOCK
C. DrtftirT Ac Cnmpiny. .
SIT, A It.
Ei Plintttlon Co ...
Hawaiian t-orr uu)
Hawaiian Sur Co
Honomu Sugar Co
Honotua Sujar Co
Ha'ku Stcar Co ,
KaTiuKu I'lantation uo
KamaloueCo LtJ a
Kama to Sub Co. p J up
Mjnuiuocr kq ...
K0I01 Sugar Co
Knna 'sugar Co tl
Miuna!l Suiar Co.ii 1
Miunil, Su Co ri up j
ft at I
Oahu Susar Cck
Ookal. Sura. Plan Co
OlaaSu. Co.. Ul.. al
Olo.atu Company . .
Paauhaii Su. Plan. Co
Pacific Sutar .Mill. .
Pala Plantation Co
PffkeoSuirar Co .
Plon.r Mill Co .. .
WalaluaAr Co., a.
Walanac Comrany ..
Walluku Smar Co . -Walmaoalo
Wilm.a Mill Co ....
Wlli.r Staamthlo Co
Inler-I.lanl Slaam N Co
Hawaiian Ll.cltlc Co
Hod St.am Laundry
KWI'II.H 1 0,,..,I.tJ
Mutual Tclrphnn Co
MakahaCo(lfCo Ld rd
Fcor 6iRl trCo
Hawaiian Gov 6 per crnt
Haw G Coil !av)i r
Hilo R M.Co, 6 pir ceni
hw 1'lantat n 6 rr crm
Kthuku I'Unt 6rrffM
Oabu W flt LanJ Co pr c
uanu rununon ope
SALES 5 1. 1. S. N. Co., ftoi.oo.
Y. M.C. A. CHRISTMAS DINNER.
Ttio memlicrx of tho Y. M. C. A. are
nrrnnclnR for n IiIr dinner on Chrltt
mnR day, to li given In tho nsgoclatlon
liull. Secretary Coleman announres
thnt nny young man nwny from home
who would llko to como Into tho af
fair will ho perfectly welcome. All
winning to tnko ndvnntago of tho op
portunity uliould call on htm In the
misoclatlon liullillng xomo tlmo heforo
Thurmlny evenlnK In onlcr that !w
mny ho nblo to calculate on tho foot.
It Is thought there will ho between
forty nnd tlfty membont of tho ngsoct- .,
ntlon precent it tho Christmas dinner..
Wnlluku. Dee. 15. Mr. and Mn.
Kepolknl nro glIng n fnrowell dinner
this afternoon to Mr. and Mrs. Ocorgo
Weight, who return to Honolulu per
t'htudlno this ecnlng, after soreral
weeks' pleasant Rojourn In Wnlluku.
than ever belwe. n
with real lace borders!
Etc., in endless choice!
To suit All Purposes.
.at ' .
E. W. JORDAN,
No. 10 FORT 6TREET.
. "TI -f II I Will.