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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T II . rRlDAY. NOV 23, 16QS.
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Full Line Now
Of Fine Crockery
We have Just opened the fined line of crockery that ever came
to thete Islands When you want something particularly attractive
at a particularly low price, remember this It the place to get It.
Another new line of cut glait alto Just opened.
This week we will tell a line of daintily decoratrd German
China alter illnnrr cups at IS:, rach.
E. O. HALL A SON, Limited,
COR. KING and FORT ST3.
ESTABLISHED IN 1808.
Bishop & Co.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued on
the Bank of California and
N. M. Rothschild & Sons
Corre pondents for the
American Express Company
and Thos. Cook & Son.
Interest allowed on term
and Savings Bank Deposits.
Claut 8preckels. Wm. Q. Irwin.
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, : : : T. H.
San Frinclieo Agents The Ne
rada Kutlonal Haul; of Ban Francisco.
Draw Exchange on tho Nevada Na
tloual Uanft of dan FrancUco.
London Tuc Union of London and
Smith's Hank, Ltd.
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago - Corn Exchange National
Paris Credit Lyunnals.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong
kong-Shanthsl Hanking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Dank
of New Zeuland and Uank of Auttra
lusta .Victoria and Vancouver Bank ot
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made on
approved security. Commerc'al and
Travelers' Credits Itsued. Blllr ot Rx
change bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted Fori
AND TRUST GO.
OF HAWAII, LTD.
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL... (200,000.00
PAID UP CAPITAL 1100,000.00
President Cecil Brown
Vice President M. P. Robinson
Cashier L.T. Peek
Office: Corner P'rt and Klnc Sti.
SAVINGS DEPOSITS received and
Interest ullowed for yearly deposits al
the rate of 4 1-2 per cent, per annum.
Itules and regulations furnished up
Thi Yokohama Sptcle Bail uj
Capital Subscribed Yen 21,000,000
Capital I'uld U Yen in.uuO.UOO
Rusuived Fund Yen 13.700.0U0
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCH AGENCIES Antung,
llsleu, Hang Kail, Chefoo, Haliiy,
llombuy, llnngkong, Honolulu, Kobe,
I.foyuiiB, Loudon, Lyons, Mukden,
Nagasaki, Newthwuiiir, New York,
l'cklng, San Krsuiltco. Shutighal, Ti
entsin, Toklo, Osaka.
The bank buys und receives for col
lection Hills of Exchange, Issues
Urartu und Letters of Cieillt and truim
nets a gcucral banking business.
HONOLULU BRANCH. 67 KINO ST,
k& 0URE VflUIIELFt
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Booklet for the asking at
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fott and Kin? Sts.
PHONE MAIN 131
NEW - TO-DAY
Benny & Company,
AND BUYERS OF
We buy, sell, exchange and repair
all kinds of sewing machines. A large
assortment of oil, needles and spars
parts always on hand. Machines on
1236 AND 1268 FORT STREET.
PHONE MAIN 483.
To Our Store
WILL CONVINCE YOU
THAT HERE YOU CAN
BUY ANYTHING IN OUR LINE.
The Best for the Money
IK HOTEL STREET nr, FORT ST.
ajaar Fine Job Printing at tha But
THE HOME OF QOOD THINGS
President's Proclamation, almost everyone In Honolulu will keep Thanks
giving Day as a day of feasting.
The Palm Is Yours For
A Holiday of Feasting;
AND THANKSGIVING. We have to offer:
PUDDING AND PIES,
For the feast you should order some
of our delicious PLUM PUDDING,
The pies are PUMPKIN, SQUASH,
CRANBERRY and MINCE. The last
In four sites priced 25c, 35c, 50c. and
70c. Tho pics are as good as their
IF YOU EAT AT
WHY NOT OCT HCAOY
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llrst quailvr of tin? moon Nov. 22.
'Tlniti of thru- tides not stated In
Times of the tide are taken from
the United States Coast and Qeodette
Hawaiian standard time is 10 hours
30 minutes slower tban Oreenwlch
time, being thut of the meridian of J 57
degrees 30 minutes. The time fthlstle
blow ut 1:30 p. ui which la the Basis
as Oreenwlch, U hours 0 mlnutos. Sun
and moon are fur local time for the
Frlilny. Nov. 23.
Slnir. Nllbau, Tonnsend, from Wnl
mi'u, IS: 22 a, in.
Am. bk. Amlri-w Wi'lrli, Mcl'luill,
flow San Fraiicluro, HI: If, n. in.
Am. xi-hr. Aloha. Dabel, from l'orti
ItHAIl.l If III I
Timnseml, 8 u. in.
Thursday, Noeniher 22.
O. H. S. Sierra, lloiiitlette, for the
Colonlex, 12 midnight.
Stmr. Mlkahata, (Iri-gory, for Kauai
purtH, T, j). in.
Stmr. Ilelene, Nt-lrou, for Maul anil
Hawaii, 4 p. m.
Friday, No ember 23.
Stmr. .Manna ax. Slmtrxon, for Maul
and Hawaii portx, 12 m.
Htmr. lwalanl, I'lllx. for Kolua,
Stmr. Cluuillup, Parker, for Maul anil
Hawaii ports, fi p. m.
U. B. Weather Bureau,
Nov. 23, llior,.
Temperatures 0 a. m., 72; 8 a. in
'r,; 10 a., in., 7S; uouu, 7'J; morning
Ilarometer, 8 a. in., 2'J.!)C; absoluto
humidity, 8 u. in., C.U23 grains per cu
blc foot; relative humidity, b a. in.,
"4 per cent.; dew point, 8 a, tu.. (,C.
Wind 6 a. iu cloclty 10, direction
NC; 8 a. m., M'loclly 12, direction N
K; 10 a. m velocity 10, dlrectlou NE
ttoon, velocity 10, direction NE.
Halnfall during 24 hours ended
I a. ni .40 Inch.
Total wind movement during 24
lioum ended at noou. 2S9 miles.
WM. B. STOCKMAN,
Section Director. United States
im m mm
The bark Aloha. Captain Dabel, ar
rived this morning at 8 o'clock from
Prut Townsend with about 1,000,000 J
feet of lumber, consigned to '.ewers
& Cooke. During tho first part of the
oyago bad weather was experienced
with head winds most of tho time, but
the latter part of the trip was pleas
yit, unmarked by any unusual Inel
dents. Captain Dabel's family have been so
journing In Honolulu for some time
and joined him aboard the bark thlx
morning Immediately upon his arrival.
Tim first stone of the addition to
St. Andrew's Cathedral was laid Oils
morning with appropriate ceremonies,'
with the true American spirit and In
HOMe WE WILL HOABTYOUH
KtlLV Will. COMMAND
BARK ANDREW Will
The bntl: Andrew Welch, Captain
McPhall, arrhfd from San Francisco
at 10: 1G o'clock this morning, with a
general cargo of freight, There were
no unusual Incidents aboard during the
voyage. Head winds and seas were
expel lenced during u lurgo part of the
trip, but the latter part of the wiyuKe
was marked by fine weather.
Tho bark brings In Honolulu a gen
eral cargo. Including somu lumber. She
bad ulso four passt'iiKi-rx, not Including
!io cnptuln'M family, Ms wlfo and
Cnptiiln Kelly formerly mauler ut
the ship (Ir-orgi- Curtis, Is lo take coin-
mniid.uf the Andrew Welch here. He
ranie down on one of the steamers re
cently, lialnc led the Curtis at San
I POIIGE COURT
The time of the Police Court today
has been taken up almost entirely Willi
Chlucso and Japanese, raRcs. This
morning wax largely ilootcil to hear
ing tho comiilaluta against six Chinese
nccuseil of pirjury Thcso coses nil
nrlsu out of the Chinese feud which lux
been iwwiitivliitr the limn of the Court
for somu wpcUm liack. No decision was
arrived at today, tho inses being eon
tiliutd to November 20. Tho men on
trial are I.nm M.in HI", Wo Hong Clio,
W, W, Ahnii.i, Chan (Viu anil Ijiii
This afternoon Juilgu Whitney heard
the ensex ugnlnM Kimuin and Tsurn
hIiIiiiii of the Japanese Hawaiian Chron
icle, accused of criminal libel ugalnsi
Dr. Achilla, lint li the defendants weru
held for trial In the Circuit Court, bun
being llxed al (100 in each case. In
each of the two rhargex ngalnst the
The Hoard or Directors of tho Mcr
chantH' Association will meet thin) alt
rrnoon to consider recommendations
for harbor Improvements.
Tlii ut earner1 Nlllian nrrhed from
Wulmea thlx inurnlug. Her only pas
xengcrx were two Japanese. A pile
driving hammer was Included In her
cargo. Purser Hart reports 2500 bags
of sugar on hand at the Kekaha sugai
Great Ilrltnln has morn doctors, pro
rortlonatel) speaking, than any other
country In Durope. To every 100,000
persons (Ireat Urllaln has 150 medical
men, Germany 48, Switzerland 42, und
For Want Column See Page Hx
Position ax bookkeeper, general ol11c
work, etc., plantation or otherwise-,
reaxonahlu salary: Address "A. '..,"
Ilulletln otllcu. 3547 Iw
To buy a Huwallan-bred horse. Ochr
lug & Uutzke, 784 S. King St Phono
While- 381. 3547-lw
NEW - TO-DAY
Mrs, C. I. Dlckersou, of 1181 Alakeu
St., City, uotlllcti till persons whom It
may concern, that a certain hat, here
tofore left with her, by THKUKSA Wll,.
COX, far repairs, will be sold on the
30th day of November, 1000, ut Past
Due Agency, 122 King St., Honolulu, li
tho proper owner falls to lull at place I
of sale, and pay the charges due, plus
Ihu cost of this notice.
Nov. 23, 1900. 3547-11
ICE CREAM PARLOR8
LUNCH ROOM and BAKERY
keeping with the
Our Restaurant will serve Thursday
evening, from S to 8 p, m., a swell
Thanksgiving TURKEY DINNER,
which will he complete In every
courts, from soup to nuts, for SOc,
TURKEY FOR YOU,
I1C HOTEL, NEAH FOIIT
I'HQNR MAIN 311
'' ' i n iiih'ii r 'laW'TaaHBIIJFaW-tFrwTM-ffgT'""'' J -U
A. Splendid "Array of
Children's , Ready-To-Wear
WA8H DRE83E8 FROM 6 MCS. TO 14 YEARS.
FRENCH HAND MADE DRES8ES.
CHILDREN'S ROMPERS AT 35 '.
9ACQUE8, BOOTFCS, VESTS, CAPS, STORK PANTS and BIBS.
Ladies' and Children's Parasols
IN MANY COLORINCS.
We have the parasol frames and handles, so that Ladles can I
choose their own coverings to match their suits. C
A Visit To China
Wouldn't help you to fin d a better, larger and as low-priced
an assortment of Chinese goods to select from, as we are now
TfTere Isn't an article In this list that wouldn't make a suit,
able present for your frlsnd: Chinese Crockeryware, Mattings,
Vases, Chinese and Japanese Ivory and Silverware, Dress Silks,
Doylies, Handkerchiefs and Grass Linen goods In all colors.
We Invite your Inspection of goods.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.,
941 NUUANU ST.
Great Saving Prices
See Shoe Window Display
Men's $5.00 Custom-Made Cor- OQ RR
dovan.AII Sizes, All Widths, at MOi J J
Men's $3,50 and $4.00 Yici Kid, Box Calf,
Blucher or Ball, all
Welt Sewed Soles, at
Men's $2.50 and $3.00
White Canvas Oxfords
Boys' All Solid, Quilted
Skin Uppers.School.Shoes, $2 kinds MlilJ
Woman's Party Siippers, Comfort House
Slippers, or Street Oxfords, 30 styles,
x"' $1.00 to $1.50
L B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.,
. ALAKEA STREET '
CHINESE GRASS LINEN
al reduced prices thU week
I, AHOY, 1033 Nihmwi St,
Nlweeo Klnk'diid Hold,
Goodyear, (DO 7R
JLi 1 v
Sole, Calf M IK
Wo Quirl Dllvrd 3, Gallon
How r e L i c o u a i .
Marry Htw' pure
, 0 E C K A M,
A GREAT BARGAIN
llKACfl HATH LOT.
nonr residence of J. A. McCandlsi,
Khi , udjulus thu old A foil R promises.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER S, 1900,
At tho prcmlsvs owned by tho Into
II. Kunst, Esq. at Walklhl, the wholn
of I ho
HOUSE AND HARNESS.
Will sell llorso and Surrey "at l'rl
atp Sale If Inducement offers.
Hill, KANSAS CUT,
CIICAf 0. ST. LOUIS
AM All Principal laatsrn Palnta.
mi your ticket rasdi vta U-
Wm full 1st ormatlon can em
. P. BOOTH, O. A.,
ftrry Building, San Franelsoa, Cat
Havlnj moved our shop to our sta.
hies on Fort 8t. and engaged the ser.
vices of Mr. M, J, Rodrlgucs (late of
W. W. Wright A Co,J all work left
with us will be ritatly and quickly
Tel. Main 109
j PEACH MELLOW
ll I delicious and rsfreshlnn ilrlnW. It
like n sscellsnl pesch In Iquld
form. Aik for II, umtlid by
HAWAIIAN BO0A WOflKt,
UUI.UTIN AU, rAY m