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BVKMIHU M1U.KTIM. HONOLULU., T. 11 WrnVrnAV. NOV. 7, lflOG.
'SaminmmmmminnHmninmmwg jfj jfjf jj
Children s Pumps j
'I'ho NuwunI tinil 5iniit-tu.t Sundtiy
Dtinclnj; or !3tiity Sllppur wpedully
ordered mm MU(etud by Mr. Uunn
oh tlie latent nncl proper duiielnu
HONOLULU SJOCK Xl HAHGf
HONOLULU, Not. 7. 1900
Competitor Compelled To
tAME OH STOC PU U.
L Prtr A Co ....
Planlallon t.o ..,
Hawaiian Aftl.ullrr I O
Hawaiian Sui-ar Co .....
Honcmu Supar Cp ..
nan, i 3., ......
S 11,1 l.. I
Prices, $2, $2,50, $33
Putunt Kid unci White Ciiiiviih.
Now on lExlilbltlon
E 5$ Mclnerny Shoe Store -j1
C FORT STREET J
liiuauiimiiuai in u...i.u....uauuK
WILL HAVE A
UNTIL SATURDAY, , WE
Mammoth Money Making
Sale For Buyers of
Women's Dress Goods
Wo have new goods coming we want room to exhibit them. Thete
price tell the story I But you should tee these IMMACULATE DRESS
GOODS. Patterns and color-tones are especially select.
A. F. C. OINGHAM 10 YARDS J)5d
FLANNELETTE 10 YARDS 0
DIMITY, first grade lO YARDS 31.115
DIMITY, second grad , 10 YARDS 806
RED and FRENCH CALICO 10 YARDS 006
Look over these specials In this advertisement and compare them with
prices asked by other stores. That certainly ought to convince you to
seo this line of goods we have here. Prices on other goods are Just as reas
onable. WAH YING CHONG CO.,
KING ST., EWA 8IDE MARKET.
I Vh.,l.,i tln.jHf,n Cn
I Kltwl plantation Co tw
riA..tulii Sor Cn ...
-... 1 ot..j Sugar Co ..
There una n ciinvtl In front of the R?.i'swii2. JZ
Uiilletln uillco Inst Illgllt taking In Iho Ooklu'f'rVnl;'
I (.turns wlilcli wa. about iih vlell please J niaa E"f Co fl
on nny Hint was over neon In tho clly of , p'ilJu Sur'pianio
Honolulu Out- inuti was heard to say p'p."'",;;
"I liavn Just li((n up lo t!io ol her lull'1 iJt,k.o s" t" Co "-.'.
ittln board and they tin- Relllng ii- 'fiXTiTc
turns which c linil lieio half nn hour WaitiJtii mr Co ...
ugo." And ho was tight. The liiillotlis. ' Sltt.toV'IfVruSi'
through having u number of men all wJt'KuANi?otis""
(liu Ilcpuhllrnn hoathiipirterH who with i ui-Uimi Siam N G
trlil timers In the business wore able lo !!,w!i,in.M,r,,CD.:i' '
.... ... ... Honk T LCo Pl.1...
Mat their lompctltors on evir) thing Hon H T & L c & .
Hint nntno In Mutual Ttltphona Co .
inni cr.tne in. otimKliLCo
Tho defeat Hint hurt ino.it. however,! him Hsiiro4 Co
van In tliu rcturnH from the Twelfth """"' Soiins
1'ioclnit of tho Klfth District This was' ",T'' ' V,r " ". c"
ticeilctl lit 11:30 to complete the returns iwVmlinKiy's'.'' ......
unit nothing had been heard fiom there ""T,"" pc "
all night, lb sending 11 mini to tho Haw rrri'l anp c... .
piulnct, tho pollliiK place of which l '&;?&! VkiTuT
uii viiicynrii nircsi uiiwccn i.iiiuu ami
Itlver streets, tho lelnrus wi-ro on the
IIiiIHIii'h FtereoptUoii fully IS liilnilli'3
before they lint! reuched the piihtli'
Horn any other sourrc. The niornliiR
paper Iliinlly was nblu to net the iiuv.'b.
which i;avu tho victory to liitilira,
throiiKli oho of lis reportciH who wnR
litatloueil near u teleiilione opiiimlto the
sciceli on which' the lliilktlti'H rettliuu
were llnslieil, He ielephonetl tint returns
to his alike and Rome time later they
wcru Muslin! on tl.e screen. Tho same
tlilni; was clone In many cases, Uiu
morning pajicr reporter HpentllnK bis
enllie time In this work of iiipyliiri
from the llulletlti returns after they
hail been Riven to tint public anil then
tending them to his oirtce. i
Tim returns from tho county election
were practluilly complete hefoio tiihl
rilRlit fo lh lliilletln service was illi
coiitlniietl mid the crowd lel for tlitlr
homes, During Hie tvciilni; they ueie
Kitally iilcahed by Iho dispatches which
wero leculvvd from the nialnluiul about
th results there. This fcalliie of Hie
service was Riven by Iho lliilletln
f.VJO,lil ' f
1 owl r t
t,9So.o ' '
4 Jou v.t to
I 1, :"
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
You may cultivate spare-time thrift
by reading the Bulletin Wants.
Tim (ilobe 1I. 't cheaper.
Make up a tallyhn pally for WaIHe
Dhltloil 1. A 0 H.liietl' IIiIh even-l
Iiik 111 C II I', hall Important busi
ness will be IraiiKiuteil
Tho (juu.mi nkatlni; link lu(ifii evei
tvi'iilnt; ami Vctltit"ilay ii ml Saliinlnj
ifiornoons. rlpeilal music nml elee
'ImiH mums 'I iiekilay evenlni;.
In th Ketlernl Court this iniiriiiiiK '
I. .Milken, of kaiial, ami K. Aiio.t, Jr
of Maul, were exciifcctl from Jury tuilv
for the remaliiilf r of the term
Do not iiiIks the Hlilrtwult-r ibiite at
l'iojjres Hall Haturttay eveiilni'. Nov
I'lli. lo be Riven by the Hnpltl Tr.iiisi'
boys Tickets 50 tents each; fur sala
by all tinmen.
i,?- to. ' i
1JO.-.X l 14
40 (W '
I . ' to
7. " i '. i ',','.
u b.. . . . '
Haiku Sucr o ftpc -llawl.'omft
Sue Cos p.
HawSutar CoOpc ...
H T ft L Co t p c
Kaliuliu Plant Co 6 p c
P,tn,r Mill Co 6 nc
Walalua Atrir 0.504.
Aicurvda s. to. at a-
Hales llotweell lloartls JIH.imiii Hoi,
It. T.fe L. ill. 6IU7.SU. HikSliin !0.Ml-
llryilo. S; EU Hwa. $:.'.; IS Duo mu. 3S.
Latest sugar quotation, 3.88 cents or
SUGAR, 3.88 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 7 1-2(1
Tiiielen & Williamson
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS.
Hon. Stock and Bond Ex
912 FORT ST. TEL. MAIN 12.
t " rtk
A watih tliat won't keep correct tlmu h vore
than no wnttli nt Ml. To tliu busy inau of to-day
rcll.-.l.tc timepiece is mint eiem!a!.
Ot:i '. .ilt-hes nrc jieriect tiinel:i-ciit.rs.
M. R. Counter, U4I Fort
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
We have every variety of mackerel at our Delicates
sen Counter. Some from the coast of Ireland, others from
Yarmouth; and they range In price from a dollar and six
bits the kit to forty cents each. A bit of broiled mackerel
with a boiled potato Is a rare luxury for breakfast.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
PHONE MAIN 45.
Consists in ths proper use of nytliintr
is the drink of
The Temperate Man
MAN ON OUK STEAMER
OELICVES SAN PEDRO-HONOLULU
LINE CAN BE MADE GREAT
SUCCCSS FOR T0URI3TS
AND FOR FHEIOHT
The I.tnic lleaeh lC'al.1 Trlbilliu of
Oil. :'," publishes the followliiR:
In an Intervio In l.os AURt'les, T. 11.
(ill, bun. net onil vice president nml at
torney or the Salt l.ukb ItiillvvnjiC'oin
pnny. vvlio returned fiom u tr.ip to Ho
iiolulu less than n week iiko; )iai the
lollowiiiK lo sny rejjnnllni; the pinpos.
t'tl hteaiiislili lino between Sun I Velio
"Kvtry trcnstoiitliientnl rnllroad Is
lutirestetl In hamllliiK the lOil.iKKI loin
of sugar the Hawaiian Islands semi
Carl t'lieh year. I i annul speak olll
tlall) hut I know that tho Salt l.nke
road woiihl make slroiiR bids for Hint
Initio. Certainly tliu raltioails would
lelp In fountlliiK a line of steamers."
"In one year the harbor of Han I'e.
dm should be leaily to leteive ships
of uii) she, ' he said. "If wo oxpcil
to keep It busy with liaiiK-l'ntllle traf
lie the first step Is a line with Hono
lulu I believe that It should form
hut the first link In a ro.tlu strulRbt lo
the Oileut, making Honolulu only a
.on of rail. That will bo necessary
If San l'etlio Is to liiimllu the business
that Mould Justify tho money that has
been spent on the harbor Improve
"Tint tusk of ROttlnii It devolves on
us. I know the Honolulu people favor
l.os AiikcIos, but they will buy Roods
ami naiisportallon where they can Ret
them t'hcnpfst, of t minis, l.os An Ke
lt's can rIvc them both as chenp anil
piob.lhly t lien per, than any rlty.
"In tliu pasfftiger traffic wo havu
nlleatl) the atlvantiiRe. Island busi
ness men surely reetiRiilzu that l.os
AiiroIim Is Iho tenter of the tourist
ttatle and they nro makliiR eveiy ef
fort now to form soma tic that will
help to hiltiR Southern California's
tourists to the Islands, They would
Kindly make many concessions, I know.
If a flue, well ci nipped passciiRor tluu
could ho established between them and
"All tho Island people would prefer
to .ravel enst throiiRh Los AiikcJcs.
Many of them have told mo do. i'ro.u
There are householders here $
who do not realize the amount l
of money they could save 'by
using gas for both fuel or I
light. No trouble, no danger,
plenty of leisure for resting. $
Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd.
HENRY ii. WILLIAMS,
has moved his residence from the cor
ner of UERETANIA and RICHARDS
240 King St. near Richards
JNcw 'Phone Numbsr-BLUE 101 1
Hotel Street Store
HAS A NEW LINE OF
AND THE DSPOT FOR BOSS
THE ROAD OVERALLS.
Fresh for Hallow'cn
tiler should sliinil, In the witness box
A. Tint ontv other lnlerestlnn event
ilurlnR the mornltiR was an nttnek imitio Honolulu to l.os Alleles the sea route
by Attorneys Noar mid I.lRhtfoot on
Attorney Lightfont Does
Not Like Attitude
Troy Chemical Co., Ulnghamton, N. Y.
Dear Sirs: About tvy years aqo a vory fine, well bred mare I own
got whet seemed to be a Sad sprain of tho off fore fetlouk, which made her
very lame; I blistered her and let her run out for about four months, when
I took her up she was better but Mill tame and got worso when worked. !
then tried another kind of blister with about the same results.
Last Spring' I bought a bottle of your Save-the-Horse from your agent
In this city. After treating the mare with this for' about two weeko I
nave her some slow driving; s'na Improved very much, and by the time I
had used up the bottle I was able. to drive her twenty or thirty miles with
out any apparent bad effects. .She now (joes sound; I also with the same
bottle removed two wind galls from her hind legs.
Hoping that this will be of some benefit to you, I am, your truly,
MARRTIN DURNELL, -101 California SL
Positively and permanently cures Spavin, Ringbone, Thoroughpln, Curb,
Splint, Capped Hock, Wind Puff, broken down, bowed or drained tendon or
any caco of lameness. Ilorso ran ho wcrlied as iiMial nml with boots, ns
no harm will result from scalding of limb or destruction of hair.
the way In which the enro has been
handled by tho nftertinou papers, lie
lost all view of the prejudiced account
which havo appealed In the niornliiR
paper day after day and seemed to
think that the toiiimetitlni; on the trial
by tho afternoon papers was very, very
Attorney Cntheart made a shoit
ipeech In reply billing furth tliu fact
that tho tuse was one which was un
iikiinl In Us political effect anil thin II
had been used for months for this pur
pose In order to defeat one of the can
didates. Ho saltl that the evening pa
pers hail hluiply taken up tho came
ls south of the
Thnt would bo
an advertisement for tourists,"
storm and foR lino
a lelliiiR lealutu ol
Tho Y. Man YoiiiiR caso wus tetoai'
jiienced again tuday before Judge l.lml
say ntitl all thiougli the morning the dnle's defenso and had replied In ie.
defendant was on tho stand. He told buital This, ho snltl was their right,
much the same story ns lie did before and Hint there was no reason for lind
Judge I.lndFiiy last week when the lag fault wllh tliein for doing Juat w hut
jury was excused and made n most Hie nioinliiR paper had started to do.
vivid recital of tho horilblo tortiirti' '
which lie said he had been subjected Tho BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
to by the police anil Assistant Sheriff DEX, published In th Saturday Bullo
Vlda. tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
He tietl his handkerchief nroiiiiil his concise and complete resume of all Ie
neck ami pulled il tight to lllustiato gal notices, calls for tenders, judo
iim -tinr.r. iii uiilcli tut iiIIpl'ciI ii inn," ments. bulldlno permits and real ca
lled and pulled II light till bo " transaction, uven n0 au a n,
He told about ." " "" "--"7
91 Pr jrc.r
' was not utile to hear "
being made "lo stuml
Per Htmr, Klnau, for Hilo and way
noils. Nov. 7. Mr. Robertson. Mrs.
Wallace. It. Kurscy, C A MacDon
laid, (1. 1'. Henshall, Philip Adams,
.in red (1. Smith, (Jus Rose, ! Winter,
Miss Adele Itelnors, Mrs. S. Chalmers,
M. K. Smyth, A. I'.nos. S. I.yle, Kl-
Kin. W. K. Andrews, Ignaelo Muriel,
Domingo Hernandez, J. II. Harrow, J.
Kltl.Mll, Mrs. J. C. Uircnz, Mrs. K.
Johnson, Mrs. J. Conradt, W. II. Ure.cn-
Hold, i:. C. IlhoJes, II. C. Morse, Mill.
Itev. J. Tanaka, Miss Power, Mrs.
Power. Dr. Derby, Master J K. (liay
Mrs J, V (Irny, Miss nnimn Hose.
Mrs, A. C. Dovvsett, Mrs. David
Dowsetl, W. M. Alexander. H. K. 1)11
liiigliaiu, Clnremu Coolie, Miss U.
Schuetcr, Mrs. A. C, Dovvsett, Miss
I4. Paly. Mr. Trent, Miss V Makoe,
Miss '1'. Neumniin, Miss ChllllnRvvorth,
Mlts Center, II. II. Perry, Julian Men.
sarral 1 C (Ireenlleld and wife, .1.
1) Tucker, Thco, Wolff. V. M. Alox
nuiler, W II Crozlcr nml fnmlly.
French Mixed; Floral Series; As
sorted, Golf Glrlo, American Beauties,
3on Dons, Souvenirs, Peppermints,
:ollcge Girls, Assorted Nuts, Nuga
tines, Marshmallows, Caramels, Cum
drops, Ice Cream Drops. r
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII
Lewis & Company,
A hot lunch
with a cold
drink for 25c
If cleanliness, quick and po
lite service, good cooking and
quality, combined with a very
low price, are an Inducement,
you will want to lunch here.
Merchants, bankers, profes
sional men and clerks lunch
cor. BETHEL & HOTEL Sts.
163 KING STREET.
Is a delicious and refreshing drink. It
is like an excellent peach In liquid
form. Ask for it. Bottled by-
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS,
One of Many o?
like a soldier
and then being threatened with u pistol
and illustrated tho way In which a sol-
ninnk books of all sorts, ledgers.
fcyar-"For Rent" carets on salt at etc., uianutaciiireu by the lluuollu Pub
h Bullttln nffl' llsliing Company
rtf per hntlle, wllh n written Kuiininleo, as binding to protect you s
JU II,,. ,, I,,,,,,! i,l rnulil mnkii It. t ...'sOsMIl
Well, I say, If you are feeling b lue, you certainly don't look Itl Of
course that Is, If your clothes are made by ui. We make garments that
have 8TYLE and GRACE and give to the wearer INDIVIDUAL DISTINC.
TION, We make to your Individual measure for the same prleo you would
have to ray for ready to.wears, and wc give satisfaction,
1 ' OAVU MIDDLEMAN'S PROFITS'
Our Blue Serge Culls at 25 have no equal in town; THCY ARE
GEO, A MARTIN MOTEL BTRCET
V ' - -'l U.A I
E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.
TROY CHEMICAL CO., Blnghamton N, Y, VTS
TRADE SUPPLIED BY HOLLI8TER DRUG CO.. HONOLULU Hawaii.
Bulletin 75c per monfb