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liVl-JNlNG JJl'MiBTIN, DKCKMUKlt 1. 18D0.
tatSGAL AKD 8HKAL
"Ills Wites I'nUmr" tonight hI
0. Auhi Co. olTor for hiiIo
1o(h near Kopioltuii J'nik.
Thirf it tlio regular mooting
niglit of tlio American League.
(loorgo DriuiH in again in llio
service of tlio telephone company.
Mrs. Ciinioron accompanied hor
huslmnd on tlio present tiip of tlio
Of tlio 224. Japanese brought
by tlio Siikuru miiiu yesterday 100
Tlioro was tlio usual big eiowd
in nttondanoo nt tlio Eininii Bquaro
bnnd concert lust night.
Lewis it Co. not only toll yon of
thu bent brand of hum, but of tlio
best inodo of cooking it.
King Hi ob. load in colored
photos ttliirh are eminently suit
able for Pending abroad.
Mrs. L. Turner, wifo of one of
Ililo'n prominent merchants, re
turned homo by tlio Gliuidino.
Tlio Women's Board of Mis
sions in in session this nftomoon
nt tlio Contml Union church.
L. M. Votlcson, manager of the
Hawaiian Hardwnro Company,
loft on tlio Olnudino this morning.
The BtonuiBhip Oliiun muy put
in nn nppearnnco tonight. She is
fiom Hong Kong nud Yokoha
ma. There semis to bo considerable
kicking over the result of the 10
cont compnny shoot for the Mar
- Dr. A. E. Nichols, the well
known dentist, loft for a profes
sional trip by tlio Clnudiuo this
H. "W. Schmidt fc Sous give
thoir prico list for December in
their great clearance salo. Bar
gains all through.
0. MoLonnau, manager of the
Laupahoohoo Sugar Company,
and Mrs. McLennan loft for home
on this morning's steamer.
All tho Portuguese huvo sus
pended work tor today, conse
quently tho budding and other
trades affected nie at a standstill.
1 ho infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
Goorgo II. Eairchild was christcn-
ed at St. Andrew's cathedral yes
terday, ltev. Alex. Mackintosh
Mechanics' H mo, comer Hotel
and .Nuuuuu stm ta, lodging by
day, week or month. Torms: 25
nud 50 cents per night. $1, and
SI. 25 nor wook.
Residents in tho outskirts are
pestered by Japanese seeking em
ployment nt nnything from $3.50
a month up. They work at that
rata until they iind something
Mrs. George E. Boardmau calls
the atlentiou of the public to hor
nnnual display of articles suitable
for holiday gifts, which is now
ready for inspection at hor resi
dence, Lunalilo street.
Wall, Nichols Co. are tho solo
nud exclusivo agents for Fiuney's
Hawaiian Directory. A supply
was delivered to them today.
People on tho other islands who
wish a copy cau secure ono
promptly by addiesBiug the above
A mortgago has beou placed on
record from the Koloa Sugar Co.
-,- to O. M. Cooke, trustee. All tho
property of the company at Koloa,
Kauai, is mortgagod for $50,000,
payable in livonnnuul instalments
of 810,000 each, with interest at G
Simply stating that your artiolo
iB good, or better, or best, without
giving nuy facts to substautiato
your claims, is not apt to convince
people. Such advertising is not
suited to a skeptical ago. As a
medium to placo your holiday an
nouncements the Hullktin is tho
best in Hawaii.
Tho Kawaiahao Seminary will
give n concert probably next wook.
Tho Opera House has been on
gaged but tho exact dato haB not
yet been decided upon. A nico
program has beon selected, and
tho teaohors and pupils will un
doubtedly acquit thomsolves with
credit to thomsolves nud pleasuro
to tho Honolulu public.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Belter Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Uk Your Orocer J'or It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Agents.
Governmmit Hinployon wnro bo
Illy wid off yftlfmlnv mid today.
L'lmtlnn will 1m tried in tho
police court mi Hih 7th for larceny
in tho second decree.
Tho II on! n mid J lunula Liihui
Society will meet at 10 tomorrow
nt tho Maternity Homo.
W. V. IJnuior has disponed of
150 shores in tho Kona CollVo
Company to tho company.
Dr. O. 15. High, dentist, grn
dualo Philadelphia Dental Col
lege, 1802. Masonic Temple.
Hawaiian Xtnns cards for Bond
ing to friends abroad, may bo
gotten at King BroB., 110 Hotel
Tho Clnudiuo left this morning
on tho Kinau's route. She took
only ono passongor for tho vol
Prnt Uonshaw'fl plalinotypes
nro going on" every day. Call
early and niako your selections.
Pacific Ilardwato Co.
Tho annual meetings -of tho
stockholders of tho Woimauitlo
and Hilo Sugar Compauies both
take place tomorrow morning at
the office of Win. G. Irwin it Co.
Tho individual who slolo a coat
from Fred.L. Waldron's residence
on Saturday night ts requested to
return nud got tlio vest, which is
now of no fuither uso to tho own
'. A couplo of excited ladies on
Emma street, who woro alarmed
at tho early celebration of tho
Portuguese holiday, telephoned
that another outbreak waB in pro
gress. Storling, tho paintor, is pre
pared to quote prices on roof
painting. Houses a composition of
coal tar and cement. Ohenpest
and best roof preparation in Ho
nolulu. JnyaBiiraya has received a
largo invoice of Coyloneso novel
ties, jewelry, etc., for tho holiday
trado. Many hnndsomo articles
nro on exhibition at his store
No. 0 Hotel street.
If you want a good Island po
tnto just ring up 755,Palama Gro
cery ,and they will send you n bog
of the uurivalled Kohala spuds,
grown from Now Zenlaud seed.
Sold at our usual livo and' lot livo
rates. Palanin Grocory, opposite
The case of "Wni Mau, accused
of robbing nnolhor of a S10 gold
pieert on tho public highway,
comes up for trial tomorrow of tor
noon before Judge do la Vorgne.
A. S. Humphreys has been speci
ally retained for tho prosecution
nnd W. R. Castlo will dofend.
' liitoriinif Ion lor TonrHlH.
A passenger by tho last Colonial
steamer was met on tho dock by
laMilosiau American friend, who
resides in Honolulu. As tho pnir
waited to hnvo tho newcomer's
gripsaok scrawled over with chalk
mniks by tho Customs Inspector
1 at the gate tho stranger remarked
to his friend "Do you 'ave much
'rain 'oro?" Rainikk mo boy,
gallons of it, just como up to tho
Anchor Saloon whero they keep
it always, clear and cool. AVo'll
just bo in time for lunch too nnd
that's tho only placo in town
whero thoy sorvo it up in propor
stylo with u glass of Rainich
1 Br.HKto equilibrializo tho solids
I Thoy wont!
Tho Hook nml flooulu Lnlmi Sociotv
' will holil thuir monthly meeting tomorrow
morning, Doc. 2d. nt 10 a. va at Uie Mnt-
I ernity Homo. AU members are reciuoHUid
to Lo pruHOnt. 472-lt
Attention, Company B.
AnMonv Companv D, N. O. n.,
Honolulu, Decombor 1, 1800. J
BEVEIIY MEMBER OF THI3 COM
manil J liert'by orilcrt'U to report
at tlio Drill BbeJ, THIS (Tuesday)
EVENING, December 1, 1HU0, at 7:'M
o'clock, for Drill.
E. A. JACOlltsOS.
4?J-lt Lieutenant Commamllug.
Election of Officers.
At the stated meeting of I.odo lo Pro-jrcs
do rOcennlo, No. i'Jt, A. nnd A. 8. Hltf, at
tlio Hall Mnndny Evcnlnt;, Nov. 30, llio fol
Inwlin: were elected lo servo as Ullkers of
tlio Lodo for tliu eiuulnt' year:
CM. White W. M.
(1. A. Davis H. W.
U. J Slicrwood .-. J. W.
David Dayton Treasurer
E. A. Wlllinnis Secretary
11. H. Noiton Orutor
0. M. WHITE,
47Mt ActliiK deci clary.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents
Highest of nil In Leavening Stnnrili- I .itcU l' S Gm't Kcpnrt.
-Mini i" r in um
n m"r wr&
Pushes Him Along
Thronfjli its stlmulntltiR action
on Norvoi, LutiK1 ami fusclcs,
it sends tills cyclist up t hill ns
another mi;ht"Klido over a level.
It regulates nnd sustains tho
Heart, deepens and retards tlio
llrcntliiiip, prevents l?atijrue,
quiets hxcitnbility, and trnns
lorms Labor into Pleasure. Ath
letes nnd lovers of outdoor sports
commend Vino-Knlnfru ns tho
nssenco of Elasticity, Lightness,
Endurance and Strength.
To thu multitude of
Invalids at Home
the famous African tonic-stimulant
is a greater blessing still
hastening convalescence, abating
pain, and inducing tho warmth
nnd glow of Returning I Icalth. It
is absolutely non-intoxicating and
create no habit the antithesis of
alcoholic preparations. Aged and
ice Die persons may employ it tree-
ly. l'alutablo, refreshing, sustain- .
Brunswick Pharmacal Co.
JOIINSOK & Johnson, Selling Agents,
HOBRON DRUG CO., Agents.
There arc few gourmets in
Honolulu who do not know
our Maltese Cross Hams.
Thoy nro cured expressly for
us and are infinitely better
than an' other ham on the
market for boilin or roasting.
This brand of ham is from
selected stock nnd is in tho
pickle a uniform number of
hours. They cost n trifle more
than ordinary hams but they
nro fifty per cuit. better in
If you want to roast ono of
these hams hero's a good
recipe: Put it in cold water
and let it soak over night, then
pour olF the water, wipo the
ham dry and put it into tho
kettle again, covor with fresh
water and boil for threo hours.
Then take it out, scrape tho
rind when cool, put it into
another kettle and pour four
pints of cider over it and then
enough water to cover. Put
in a bay leaf, cloves, allspice
and cinnamon and allow it to
boil slowly for two hours more,
never letting tho water boil
over. Then take it out, wipo
it thoroughly and dust it with
powdered sugar and cloves,
sticking whole spices hero and
there in tho fat Put into tho
oven and bako for an hour and
a half. Tho Maltese Cross
Hams aro the only ones
suitablo for cooking in this
way and wo aro tho exclusivo
dealers in them.
Lewis & Co.,
Nicely furnished rooms nt tho
Popular House, 151 L'oit stroot,
from S1.00 per week up.
X n It MP Atn
i i: ,"-rj r tr? '.
" 7 V i T
"Pardon hip," fnld tho new benrder
nftcr tlio othiTH hnd loft tho tnblo, "but
I'm not up in tnblo otiquotto nnd don't
know just how oranges should bo oaten. "
"Very sparingly, sir, very sparingly,
nt tills timo of year," nnswored the
thrifty landlady. Detroit Freo Press.
"WIio was tho bcbt uinu nt tho wed
ding?" "Tho brido's mother, ns near as I
could judge. " Cincinnati Euquiror.
She I think n girl looknwful cheap
when fIio flibt becomes engaged.
lie aiiouuiy look cheap, but you can
bet she's not. Vonkcrs Statesman.
Had I Alnddln'H lnmp I'd ralso a palaco far
Tbnn nil tho dreams tho poitH build of castlei
In thu ulr.
The Btinlight on Its mlnarots should flash from
Tho moonlight through its arabesques llko
molten silver tdilno.
With costly woaves I'd deck its walls nnd
spread U murblo floor,
With diamonds and rlchigt ferns I'd stud 1U
Eternal gardens roundabout should tproad
And tinkling fountains answer back tho bird
song in tho glade.
Tho very skies should smilo upon so much of
And sweetest blooms of every cllmo should
pcrfumo all thu placo.
The noiseless feet of dancing girls should
twinkle to tho notis
Of music swector than in song from Israfolll
Swift footed slaves should silont scno each
wish beforo 'twns framed,
And only vhat is beautiful within thoso walls
All works of cunning hands should bo in plcn-
And raiment rich of silk and wool, with so-
cret colors dyed.
No soft delight that purndlso can ofTor to tho
bhould luikiug bo to onn ulio found within
that palaco rest.
And then to whero tho tnyrtlo climbs nbovo
your door I'd lead.
In cloth of gold caparisoned, n gentlo milk
I'd offer on sufu Journey to my n Ida domin
Your nod should bo tho anal law, and you a
But should you still bo doaf to all tho subtlo
arts that woo
I'd call tho geni chap to bring another Just
The Pacific Hardwaro Co. aro
exhibiting tlio finest collection of
piano, banqnot, boudoir and Btand
lnmps over Been in tlio city. Tlioy
are direct from the factory nml
comprise llio latoHt artistic do
elpus. Tho low prices will sur
Lots leas Kaplclaai
'I here are oei looo lot fur oalc, SnIoo
feet, maiiUii of Knplol.ini Park, adjoining the
residence of lesrs U. Broun, II. J. Nolle,
Tliouim Ilolllner and others.
Tlieo Lots will be sold cheaper thnn any
pi ice In Honolulu since tae reign of Kumclia
Water will be laid en as soon as buyers aro
ready to build.
1'ilccrt aie ranging from Jloo.oo per Lot to
This Is the beet opportunity to pet a home.
For further particulars apply to
W. O. AU1II & CO.,
ltcul Estate Brokers.
Honolulu, Nov. 2.5, 1SD0. 47'.'-lm
p. W. gchmidi goqg
White & Colored Dress Goods
nt 5c, Gc, 7c, 8c, 9c, 10c,
lie, l2c, 13c, 14c, I5c, 16c,
1 8c, 20c, 25c, 30c, etc.
According to Quality.
All Woolen Dress Goods
at 18c, 19c, 20c, 21c, 22c,
23c, 24c, 25c, 27c, flOc, 35c,
40o, 50c, GOc, 70c, 75c, 80c,
etc. According lo Quality.
Other Goods in Proportion Too
Numerous to Specify.
Ait Goods Warranted at Lowest
Prices According lo Qitality
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS,
Von Holt Wook, King Street
latest jsrovjsiruss !
Dress Silks and Waist Silks
A lino assortment; oii'y one of a pattern, in lreinu
designs ami shot oifoptp
!N"ew "Worsted Dress Goods,
Diagonal, Lustre Mohair in black nnd colors;
Nigger Head, rferges, Crepons, etc
SHOT SILK ALPACAS!
Very now; only a small Bolcotion; onocfakiul.
Jet and Pearl Fronts and Jet Trimmings.
jIeW Collarettes ew Collarettes
And Latest Novelties in Bets
N. S. SACHS'
520 Rorl Sh-ooi-.
jNTivuaiiu Street, One D. or Wa da r Jving Street.
SALE FOR 30 DAYS
Beginning SATURDAY, November 28th
Dissolution of Partnership.
In order to pu out ono of My Partner ,
I am obliged to foroo the fa c f
Look at tho following quotations and be
Brown Cotton, 22 yawls, S1.00
" " 1 yaid wide, 15 yird, $100
Vhi to " fn mark, 1 yard uido, 9e.
20 yarde, $1.00
" 10 '1 Bhuikots por pnir, 80o.
Colored 10 -1 " " " 80o.
Men's Fast Black Socks, lUc. pair, 3 pairs. 25c.
" " " " extra quality, $1 85 dozen
Lndios Blnck Hoso, 10c. oair, 3 pairs, 2oo.
" Oxford Slippers, 75o. a pair
Mon's good working Shoos, S1.25 por pair
Children's Shoos, from 75c. a pair
Men's working Sliirin, from 25e.
' Undershirts 20o , 3 for 50c.
" Joan Dm wo is 35e. a pair
Blue Suits, comploto only if-LOO
" Soigo Suits', guaranteed fist color, 7 50
Vorking Pants, best kind, SI 75
" Tweed Uoits, lingi variety, i-2.U0 S2.30
" White Uiil.mndorKl Shirt", -10c.
All Silk Neckties, 20o , 3 for 50c.
Alarm Clocks. SI 00
Niokol Stem Winik'r Wiitoh, 12.00
Mon's Wool Huts, from 40c.
Best kind heiivv Policemen's Shoes, $2 0
Boy's Suits, .-M.50 .2.00, a largo varitv
No. 10 Store
Iugsl Iugsl Iugs!
Sofa Rugs I Floor Rugs I
Tapestry aud Cajpots,
Crumb Cloths and Druggets.
ear All JuBt ltocoivod at
Tho Annual Meotluc of tho Btookholders
of tho Wulinanalo 8ngar Company will be
luld at the Ollie- of Win. G. Irwin ,fc Oo.,
L'd., ou Wcdnosdny, the Cd prox , at 1 1 n. m.
11.41. WHITNtY, JR.,
Tho Annual Meeting of tho Stockholders
of tho Hilo Sugar Couinmy will bo hold
at tho Ofllco of Win. O Irwin A: Co., L'd.,
on Wodnesdav, tho 2d irox , nt 10 a. in.
170 3t Secretary.
Dress Goods !
ALL THE llANKKUl'T STOCK OF
QolilHtouo llrox. o( Panluiul, Oro
Koii, liiw Ixcn Purchased by
Tlio Stoclc coimisls of Muu'h LiRht-Weight
OontH ami Vet.li, hi Such from 33 to
CO, Knniior rioy, $2 50 to $10. I Will
Hell Tlium Irom $1 2.') to 5, in
Molinir, C'aucl'H Hntr nutl Flnnuol.
AUo n Limited IJiuiibcr of Boy's Co its nnd
VentK nt 1.60, nnd Children's Suit
from 1 to 15 Years of Ace, from $2 to
Good Will l.o Placed on Salo Saturday,
Nov. 21st, nnd Will Coutimio Until
Thoy Hnve Been Sold Out.
I. LEVINGSTON, - - Manager.
Arbiters of Fashion.
9 Hotel Street
By n Steady Youug Harried Mau, a situ
ation in a wholesale ur retail hoiibo, or ns a
hum or Htoi-eltreper on n plantation. Has
had twenty-eight yearn' experience. Best
of references furnished. Am ready for
work. Who wants roy Bervioes? Address
" WM. Mil LEN,"
471 lv Bulletin Offlco.
110TARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER-
Omens 208 Merchant Btreet, Campbell
Block tear of J. O. Cartel' office, P. O.
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