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','THE 'EVENING BULLBT.lNl HONOLULU, Jl.l., MONIJA.Vi DtSCBJAUlIK 1, low.
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Mack and lalvantttd, In any lngth
CMon'ihMkiu bl mpply n hn..
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gaM "1 Oils
vV W 'RLWcl 5lal from X Inch to o
1 ,SSV' '"vrv Rica Plowt and Breaking Plow.
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at IkH NEW ENtLANI 1AKERY
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ill tttMr fltvmt'pta.
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tewj.aiBm1T.17Wy wuti ikeat.-
Wm, Vlda li hack from the Cosnt.
A futakhfd room li for rent, Bee IVIfle Height t,'fo tt"'f
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1 have painted several targe Iron
UtJAA I haafcaaamiia -Warehouses here lij Honolulu .with 'to '
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pound, and am pleased to say it is
giving the very best of satisfaction. J
It,presenres the" iron from rust, is s
most durable, and keeps It coder
by 15 degrees. 1 have had 20 g
years experience as a painter, 5
years here In Honolulg,,and l.have
yet to find its, good a,palntas the to
"ARABIC" for Iron Roofs.
LOCAL AN ICfJERAL
Tike a ride uii 'trie clrKlrlc cart up
Harmony 1-odgp No. .1, I. 0. (.,!-'.,
meet atonlght al lilffM Harmony Hall.
Yakarooto waa.amitd-ytfdny on
C'liiiiiilal Vrjjihn niiLirnni tn
liriply miblllia if Nj i:JrIhiuU Uk
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C'amarn & Co. can tmwiltt found oil
Alnkca itttct betwetn King ind Mm
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It. .. i.u .l.i..)i.' " iW?nrii atKiuii wmra
wrapdn oo MlnAilda.r t ! , , I ;U"' "' w'",,nifn,r " l ";-' un
r . JC j , 1 liy the liroKotiillon on Wolncmlny.
Try our mlnr, pumpkin, cuatnrtl or .. 'v.ii.i
,.i u. ... ..V..1.-..V. .. n.-1 Our rold llct.l hnm MtitlilcM.'
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Your Needs Are Our Study 1
New England Btitarjr.
Wahlnealll, a pHw acd.74.an(t mi
old kamaalna here, (lied at hla home In
Kewtlo yeapfda morning.
In the Police Court this forenoon,
ball waa forfeited In the caae of,W(ii.
Crewei, charged with1 profanity. I (
Ji. K. Ka'ulTa received a letter triiii
Robert W. Wlleo Id (he Rio. Thq dogate-elect
atated that the very 2rt
penon to call on him waa Mayor1 l'tuv
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Our handnome 2X6 b'oxea of" hart
made candles make elecant Chrtstm
prcaents, at New England Dakeryj I
'Closing notices for the Metropolitan
Meat Co.. Honolulu Market Co., Ma',&
Co., Chas. Hustace, Lewis Co. ana'
Salter '& Walty for tomorrow apjicir
under New Today. t
James Talleck appeared In the IV
llce Court this forenoon on the ehnrpi
of common nuisance by breaking liot-
I tics on a sidewalk In the city. XtO
defendant pleaded guilty but, as the
thing was done out of spirit of ml
chlevousness without any harm being
meant,. the defendant was only rcprt
tafanded'and then discharged.
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Just The Thing For Christmas Presents
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f'A rJEW INVOICE JUST RECEIVED.
typewriter Desks,' w '
"aDies ana unairs.
In Th. tittaUafc'b.l.lKn..
Bicycle, Carriage, . c ,.
and Hancl Lamp.
spot n.t ll,iiw Kngl.in I
Order )our Christmas pies and fan.'V
cakes from lote'g Uakery thli.aftpc
noon. Tel. 282. No delivery tomorrow.
Tlio local How Wongs claim that tiny
hae received tfrd't674he Itict tlitit
Leung Chl-tso,'th.refortncr! Is usi.
MOflinVrltl'liotd .Tb1g'nY?ctlon sala
this evening of dolls, toys and so fortli.
Sco advertisement In his column, on
page 8. i .')1 i ' .i'i '
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llJOUR L.I8T OF . .
YOB NEED COMFORT,
YOU NEED FIT,
YOU NEED SERVICE.
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w VJiirBT tavavavai T
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9e3)(!)js'9iiK!9rc)(Di9We combine all these in
our greatest of all -shoes, The "HANAN" make.
Hanah has just senilis his latest, The "EMPEROR"
a, business Shoe, a Dress Shoe, and a Sunday
Shoe Combined. .
WASHINGTON LI(5HT CO. i
C. W. Macfarlane, .
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LARGEST ASSORTMENT IH TOWN!
:NIr! Bunny, His Book.
By Adah L. Sutton.
Illustrated By W. H. Fry.
The finest Juvenile .onithe market. Far superloi
:o anything of the kind ever before presented to the
li tie men and womerV .Sure' to attract and delight
hem beyond measure.
Every story fully Illustrated in the colon.
Dolls, Toys, Games !
ST EVERYBODY WELCOME TO THE BIG STORES, vj
' SANTA US' EMMIM.
OPEN BVEMNCS UNTIL 'XMA8.
Wall, Nichols"& Co,, Ltd.
These .Puddings are delicious
and as toothsome a: home
Apples and '
Nuts and Raisins,
Sliced Peaches and' Cream.
Bonbons, Fancy Candies,
Candles and Christnhs Tree
Ornaments, and a complete
line of Fancy Groceries.
Candles Cheap grades- for schools
to the most expenplvcNew RnKland
Dakcry. . ' ' " " s
Tho sub-commlttce on cluirtct ot,tho
Hopiil)lca'n charter lohimittce of thir
ty, has planned a meeting for th's
cc,nintj, V '.
C. U. Jacox, , representing tho, Provi
dent Life Insurance Company, nrrhcl
ln.,tlif .Clautllns.fronip, our.&f 0i
oHie Islsndsi.j.iBu li j jrt
ston of opium were, made by.JDcuutv
Sheriff Chllllngworth and othevat
Saturday night. ' '.I1'' ,
Pop corn any quantity for schboUvtr
church entcrtalnmentor.jsNew Kngla;nl
llakcry. r ' .?' " II'
Extra-mince aid crariberry picil'will
ho delivered frco to nil parts of tho
city by Hart & Co. Owtor Ihlrf.alter-
nogmf Tel, 182. , l
ncnicmbcr ta-'game-'pf "football'1 on
tho Oahu CoIIeKoVrotiri'fYon Christmas
afternoon betw ecu ,tljo, Knahou Alum
ni team and tho Mallc-lllmas. ,
See the beautiful piano In the win
dow of the Bercstrom , Music Co. and
consider It you would llko to have It
for Christmas. We will sell It on easy
terms and guarantee the Instrument
for a number of years.
Scotch baker Imported, expressly to
make our Scotch short bread. New I-u-gland
The Hammer plate Is the only photo
graphic dry plate that will keep In
definitely In a warm cllmute.. It does
not frill or spot and Is quicker than
lightning. The HONOLULU PHOTO
SUPPLY CO., boIo agenU.
', There .will bo ac.ongertJby thfj.toand
"brt the Capitol gfouaUa on -tho after
noon 'of Christmas day. A fine pro
gram has been arranged. The tiflBses
Kcllaa and Alapal will sing four Ha
waiian and four 'baole" songs.
Our delicious fresh candles; In fancy
boxes 25 cents and upwards. New En
The Orcgonlan, a sister ship to tho
American and Hawaiian Is urtvcrtlaH
to leave New Yorfc""(lj February pr.
March. Mr. Morse the general freight
agent of tho company- arrived About
two weeks ago and wllrhav'o charge tf
all freight matters' at fnVchd.
Miss Whltcmun, the lady who' Is
teaching tho Sunday -.school class In
tho Japaucso church, oiquplcd the pul
pit In 'tho Nuimnu street church last
evening. She spoko ab6ut tho Bible
story of, tho Jewish girl who .became
tho Queen of Persia and saved her iSoj
pie. Iter remarks, were translated Into
Japaneso by Mrs. T. Klshlmoto. There
wero a largo number of people preseit
at the meeting.".
We make our own candles and guar
antee them absolutely pure. New En
It Is understood that tho three Chi
namen arrested In the store of tho Hop
Lee Yuen Co,
McINERNY SHOE STORE,
indies 'Neckwear, Handkerchiefs,' S(erlij Silver
Novelties, Silk'Waists, Silk Petticoats, Men's
Neckwear, lkbrellas, 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 It MARSH; LTD.
517 FORT STREET
SIX FOOT- T.M
Elf NT FOOT I8.H
THIS WEEK ONLY.
Coyne Furniture Con
Fort and Beretania Streets.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANM
Honolulu, December 14, tooa
NAME OF STOCK
TsTe Tratcla. "TOail "STo-u. Sleep
BOWER'S MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AGENCY ::::::::
But Clly iiliiiscti to4liU4. D.ltl.
R.IUM. WiUbr.o lurnlUul lor (loi.i anl rmtnif,
ud coaSi.DiUI oik ol til orti. .1
Office Rum 4 Model Bleck
TEL. 70S. ,
P. O. bOX 114.
Season of '1900.
To Suit Everybody.
Come and see the finest display of goods
everhown In Uonolulu.
Our store will be open every eveningand
beautifully illuminated, with many powerful arc
lights, and other lamps. '
Do not miss this fghT. We wll welcome
your visit, whether you buy or not'.
W. W. DI1H0ND & CO., Ltd.
Importer of Crockery, Glass and
,J,ft House FurnlHlilaGoodit.
NOS. 5 j, 55 AND 57 KING ST., HONOLULU.
C. Brt wtr C.m0njr.
Ew. Plin'.tlonOf ....
H.bm PI.nt.tlon Co .
Hawaiian worn SM LO,
H.w.llin Sugar Co
Honomu Sue.r Co ....
Honoka. ucar lo..,
Haiku Sur.r Co,
Katiuktl PTantallon Co..
Can.lo Sur Co Lta a
ICamalA Sui Co. pa up
Klpahulu Saffar Co....
ICofla Sucar Co. ai ...
Maonal.l Suear Co.aa
Maunal.l Su Co pi up
Oabu Sotar Co, ....
Ook.lt Sur.r Plai CaJ
Olaa Su. Co., LU . M
Paaohau Su. Plaa. C
PacISc Sutar Mil
Pala PlaBtaffM C...
Papaahi. Sutar C. ...
W.iatua Arr. C... aa.
Walluku Surar C
Walaxa Mill C. .
I.ttf-lalaa4 St. N Co
Hawaiian fclaclrie C.
Hoo. Rapid T.k Lanl Co
Ho. Sltaai Laundry, . . .
mutual Talapnon. Co...
MakahaCoRtoCo U pi,
uanu ny ar Lana io...
Paopta a c. k R r ( Ci
Hawaiian Gov Spar cant
Hawaiian Gov. s par cant
Haw O.Post Sa Xjr
Ewa Plantat n 6 per caot
Kahuku Plant 6 par cant
Oahu R a Land Co. pre
uiiu I'lanianon ope
a ODOOOJ tOOl
SALES ijo Ookala, fi5 35: 250 Ewa,
I20U0; 100 Ewa, S.5o;
25 ewa, 120.50.
The steamer Sierra, which left here
last Friday night for tb Colonies car
ried away the family of W.. V. Wright
the prominent vehicle manufacturer of
Honolulu. The party consists of M-a.
W. W. Wright, Miss Marlon' Wright.
Master Stanley Wright and Mrs. E. A.
SaturtlnV nleht on thr, Jncohson and her child, who Is tho
cliurgo of unlawful possesion of op'lum carried 'Innshter of Mr. and Mm.
will fight their cases on the ground that WrKht nml wlfe of Mr- Jacohson who
tho tins found on the premises have all ls 0,,c of t,le PPular CU8,om houso at'
been stamped 'at thoCustom House In Uche8- Mrg- WrKht ' vlslt her olJ
Sari Franclsca Their ases came up home ln Auckland. Mr. Wright Is from
for trial In tho Police Court this fore- Darlington. England, but resided H
noon hut were, continued until Thurs- Auckland n number of years from
day to allow the defendants time to lllch P1" ,ie "" ' Honolulu twen-
prepare themselves. 1 '' 'eara nB-
Ycrkes Gets a Job.
Washington, Dec. 13. The Presi
dent today nominated John W. Yerkcs
of Kentucky, to be Commissioner of
In a practice game of Intercollegiate
foootball on the Oahu College campus
between the regular college team and
tho alumni players Saturday after
noon, Wm. Soper had his nose broke.i
and Martin had his wrist twisted. Ths
game was not a ery faBt one but it
was full of fumbles and costly blun
ders.. If the Alumni team docs not do
better work tomorrow, the Malle-Illmns
will whip them "hands down."
Our gluten bread for Invalids made at
New England Oakery.
The steamer Claudlne which, arrive!!
yesterday from Maul pjrts reports that
the sugarmllls on Maul will start grlrd-,
IntV liaivt .uafca,L aTn tltaBi artakist w-tl ,
...a, .., nn. w,i ...C lltM uifUK 4U
steamer will bring suiar. The weather Is .M
reported as exceptionally fine particularly '
1-...iHM.u. .u....i - la-j
111 biu99iiiK aiic uiaiiuci.
Don't fall to see the large stock of a
Christmas pastry at New England Ba
kery. t I
The navlratlon department of the cov J
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emment have taxen omclai rrcognttlon 01
the matter wherein McCarty. the ullorf
boarding house keeper was fined 125.00 for
the violation of the act of February ic-th;
189s. Wherein It Is unlawful to detain a,'
tamans clothing whtnv demanded by theg
Wholo wheat French rye twist mllk
or steam bread eery morning at Ne
England Ilakery. '
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Tl. 080. Fort St.
OUR ART DEPARTMENT !
Is,showing a lareer and more beautiful assortment of Articles for Presents than ever before.
Newest Designs in Pillows, Linen Table and Tea Cloths with real
and centers, Pin Cushions in Great Variety.
REAL LACE. ... f
Collars, Handkerchiefs and Scarfs, Ladies' Bows, Fichus, Etc., in endless choice
HUSBANDS ATTENTION! 4i ' w
SPECIAL GIFTS FOR YOUR WIVES.
Ladies' Silks, Silk Ciepon and Embroidered Dresi Patterns in Exxlusive Designs. -"
RIBBONS SASHES RUGS
A Beautiful Line of New Fancies. In Embroidered Silks, Something New. To suit All Purposes.
Our Toy Department
Is as well stocked as ever and we would especially mention Lalutte, Pneumatic Billiards, Steam i'ud'1
Clock Work Railwuye, Trollies and Upright Engines, lite., Etc.
E. W. JORDAN,
No. 10 FORT
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