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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU. H. L, NOVEMBER 19, 1898.
In All Its
t Porter Furniture Co., ?
' "Wsfverley Bloolc
BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS.
A - GOOD
s' is something that every male above the age
of 15 takes an interest in. In the above cut there are
only two styles to take a pick from, but if you come
to us we will furnish you with at least half a dozen
different makes, and several styles and sizes of each.
Try us on Strops, Brushes, Hones and Pocket Cutlery.
I 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. Fort and Kins Sts.
A SUPERIOR QUALITY OF WORK.
Ts tli only kind that
Snui'iiil attention given to repairing liicyolcs,
Typewriters and J.1 ire-Anns.
Wo have always
shall continue to do so.
312 FORT ST.
A traet of Innil of wiv ,"" ueruH, on
tlie Island of (Mini; well s.it.'.iul or that
ean bo fuinlslifd ly ai'e-'m IkivIiik,
Any oiiu tluit imii fntnisli mii'li a trait
cull Pertiru a fiiiniibUi lon Ilunu, or If
proft'timl 'i tiiiiloi-slKiift! N llll(i to
Jl '' ,tr i ntriylit.
Ad lii 1,a,:i.
10(17 ilullutin ollli'f.
wo turn out from our g
guaranteed our work and
The annual mooting of this company
will take plui'o at Hi olllce In this city
at 10 o'clock Monday nufrnlng, Novom
' .. u. no.SK,
lloiioliiln. Nov. Uih, 1SUS.
tfrt'M ' '"' (olumn t.i be imrtteJ attetnti
KrHS ,t line fnt intertlii to eentt ieconJ inter
tton, jo eent i t, e k J yi . euli J nib IbtiUtbe
cbe,ifeil iiJierhtfnfever offerej th opit of Honolulu
WE WANT W TO IIAVI a West DKInifCllne
Machine rut in your closet or cesspool ani
save sickness. California I cJ(-o .Acents. icj6o-tm
WANTrtlYOUNCi MAN with some experience In
MAKING CANDY New TnelanJ llakery anJ
I CanJy Co.
1ANTED-Slx CARPCNTEHS anJ JOINERS
' "" Apply eatl AlonJay motnlnir to Enterprise
, Aim (.ompany. 107. -n
THE PimLIC TO KNOW that the St. Louis Col-
1 leire St Andrews Prlorv. Oahu Prison. Oahu
Insane Asylum, anJ other public Institutions, use nur
unioro-riaptnoieum wan ureal success, uamornia
1-eeJ Co., Agents. io6g-im
XAN7ED-Seeral SMALL HOYS Apply at
' Honolulu Aicssencer service, corner Mncr ana
J ANTED 500 Men to Ret Shaved for 15 cents, at
v r 610H l-ort street, opposite ine uiud staples.
II. JEI ES, Proprietor.
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS In private house
on Lunalllo street, with or without boarJ. AJ-
Jress D, llulletln office
WE UrNT the West DISINrECTING MACHINES
anJ kiep them In orJer. for a small monthly
I rental California IVi'J Co,, Agents.
"TO LI T furnlsheJ Rooms, wild electric light. In a
1 cotdecnear I nomas iuire. jaress 11. l
A MCI LY I URNISIIEI) ROOM, with DoarJ, In
" private family lirst-class location, teims moJ
I ,'rate 511 Berrtanla street. 1067-iw
HOl'St ConlilnlnK three b-J-rooms, parlor. Jln
Inc room pantrv kitchen nnJ bath-room, at rear
n1 McDonalJ nslJtnce. terminal of tramway line.
Walklkl Kcoliokalole & AlcGrcw, 15 Kaahumanu
COR SALE An establlsheJ. paylnc manufacturlnp
r business necessary capital, $1,500, AUress C,
185 this office. 1071-tw
I IGIIT DELIVERY WAGON. seconJ-hanJ . Ai
L. coniltlon. will sell cheap. AJiress At, llulletln
TWO-AUNUALanl PeJal Bass REED ORGAN
ntt..Mii fnr rh.npl nr r..l.linr. ttr(trom
Aluslc Co., I-ort strn t. ic7
COR SALE The latest In CRUSHED BELTS
' at Airs. Manna's joji-ll
AN OLDTwELL-ESTAnLlSHED anJ PAYING
essary, about $5 000. Apply P. O. Box 6jj io6a-tf
n DUSINCSS In the city of Honolulu, capital nee
EST ascent meal In town. Try It an J be con-
LlnJ s Lxcelsior Kestaurant 1041.
I OST Between Emma street ani Military Hospital,
L. BELT PURSE, contalnlnc a fever thermometer
anJ several aJiresses of solJlers. I'inJer please re
turn to Bulletin office. 1070-iw
ALirE, from not having West Disinfecting Ala
chines In your houses. Chloro-Naptholeum kills
cockroaches anJ ants. Se California I'eeJ Co.,
A GOLD RING, between Davles &Co.'s,LtJ , office
anJ the Postoflicc TlnJcr please return to Bul
letin oftice, aio King street 1068-iw
SATURDAY EVENING, at the Theaur, a LACE
IIANDKLRCHIEP. A liberal rewari will beglven
lor Its return to this oince. 1007-11
I 05TA Jouble-barrel. small-sIZe FIELD GLASS,
L. on Tort st. between 1 I S N. wharf anJ Vlne-
varJ street extension
Return to Bulletin olfne, 210
I OScT On mrirnlnt. of (
L GOLD WALTHA.M WATCH. HnJer will be
of Oct. 26. on King street,
AAt WATCH. HnJer will
rewardeJ on returning to this ofnee. 1051-tf
EORGE AUNSON, Public Tpewrlter. Oftice
VJ with F W AlcKlnney Ugal work a specialty
J TABLE BOARD.
TABLE BOARDServlce first-class
FURNISHED ROOAiS The Aloha, new anJ daln
tily furnished First-class board, 115 Lmma st.
WOUt l ke to ischange a boat for a bicycle, Ad
dre...! C, Bulletin office io49-im
COOKS. GARDENERS and I EAULL SERVANTS
Barber shop, 16 Beretanla street. io5)-im
Auction Sale of Shares
PIONEER MILL CO.
By order of the Treasurer T will sell
at Public Auction, on MONDAY,
NOV. 2Ut, at 12 o'oiodk noon, at my
salesroom, Qut-en street, 8 shares of
tbo Capital Slock of the above Com
pany, being the fractional shares of
the new Issue.
JAS. E MOllttAX,
1070 3t Auctioneer.
Horses, 'Wagons. Harnesses, Saddles,
etc,, bought ami sold on
17 Konia(forniorly Smith) St
Election of Officers
At the Annual Meeting of tho Stock
holders of the Pioneer Mill Company,
Limited, held this day, tho following
odlcers were elected for tho onsulng
Paul Isenborg President
J. P. HueUfoliI Vlce-Presldoiit
If. A. Isenborg Treasurer
Kri Buhr Beerclary
V. Pfoteulmuer Auditor
KD SUlIIt, Secretary.
Honolulu, Nov. 1 1, 1808.
I or additional Shipping News see seventh page.
Diamond Henri Slcnnl Station. Nov
111, 1 n 111 Weather cloudy, wind Ilirlit
"Weatlicr Ilurenu. Punaliou. Nov 10.
Temperature Morning mlnlmuui,
71; Midday maximum, 77.
Barometer, 0 a in. 20.09. Rainfall,
do, 0.01 In.
Humidity at 0 ajn 08 per cont.
Saturday. Nov 10.
Stmr Wnlnlcnle, Moshcr, 4 hours
rroni ruiinlini, bCU bngs lice, liyiuau
Stmr Lehua, Bennett, from Molokal
Stmr James Mnkcc, Tullett, from
Friday. Nov 18.
Am schr A M Baxter, Marshall, for
l'ort Townsend, In ballast.
Stmr J A Cummins, Scarlo, for
Rftturday, Nov 10.
Stmr Mnaiiiii, Gregory, for Ko'
Ion. lit .1 1) in.
U S T S Newport, Sauntlers, for Ma
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
Tho itfnzamn Bails at 3 p. ra.'for
Tbo W. G. Hnll will bring 3000
Tho Leliua'fl bottom was px
amincd by n divor thiH morning.
Tho S. G. Wilder is t iking tlio
LT. A. BUgnr from tbo Mnnnn Lon
Tho British sbip Aiglurth is
londiug rock ballast at "Wilder
Tho Robert Lowers will bo dis
charged on Thursday Sho will
than load Hackfold uugar for San
Tho Mauna Lon brought G311
bags H. A. sugar and 2314 bags
Hutchinson sugar, boeides 815
bags cofToo and 100 bags sood
cuno, dOU uanules ot uiues anu
250 packages sundries.
From Kauai, per stmr James
Makoo, Nov 19 J Rubenstoin,
Bob Foster, J O Axtoll and 8 on
A TIIIIATIIICAL, HT. PAUL.
The Tiiumiilia anil Vicissitude, f Mr,
T. V. Tsvliinlnir.
Mr. T. Y. Twinning, who lately
arrived hero, is charmed with tho
islands and pooplo. In conversa
tion this morning ho detailed
some of his plans for the future.
From Honolulu Mr. Twinning
ana Air. Morse will go direct to
London whore negotiations are
now in progress for the organiza
tion of a company to tour tho
United States, Australia and In
dia. The success of tho McEue-
liankin company horo has decided
Mr. 1 winning on a stay on his
way back in probably nine or ten
Mr. Twinning is a sort of theat
rical St. Paul and like tho man
of Tarsus ho ha accomplished
many theatric, I triumphs, and
liko him again hu hai encountered
many vicissitu.l a and the story of
triumphs uni tioubles would till
a ponderous volume
Mov over four years Mr. Twin
ning waa tho lessee and manacer
of tho Cornitbian theater in Cal
cutta where under his manage
ment appeared the Urettt Mac
cabo. In 1890 Mr. Twinninc
toured Mrs. Brown Potter and
Kylor Bellew through Australia,
Uhina, Japan and Xndia.
Mr. Twinning carries with him
power of attorney to collect royal
ties and make arrangmonts for
tho production of plays of the fol
lowing well known authors and
playwrights: Sam'l French and
Co , Henry Hamilton, Cecil lla
loigh, Comyns Oarr, Robert Bu
chauan, G. li. Simms, Henry Ar
thur Jones, Yardloy and Stophen-
son, oydney Cirunuy and several
Charles B. Kent died at tho U.
S. military hospital ot typhoid
fever yestorday. Ho was 25 years
of ogo. Dr. Garvin attouded him
in his last illness. The funeral
took placo from St. Andrew's
Cathedral to Nuuauu comotery at
10 o'clock this morning.
Tho ubo of tho Singer in mil-'
lions of houiotrehovs tho unpre
cedented success of thoso ideal
sowing machines. It is convinc
ing proof that tho Sincor excels
in all kinds of family sewing, and
art noedlo work. All our sowing
machines nro of tho bost construc
tion, beautifully decorated, and
are mounted on selected woods in
finely finished cabinets of artistic
designs. B, Bergorson, agent, 1GJ
Strangers consult The Bulletin's
And why shouldn't wo be, if iirst-cl.iss
goods and honest prices have anything to do
with success 1
Vfo carry tho LAEGEST STOCK,
therefore tho GREATEST ASSORTMENT
and tho LATEST STYLES of Ladies', Gents'
and Children's Shoes and Rubber Goods.
Our customers can always find what
thoy want in tho Shoo Line, at tho LOWEST
PRICES for high-grado goods.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co,
Sion of tiii: Bui Siioj:,
Central Union Church, corner
Boretania and Itichuids streets.
Rev W M Kincaid, pantor. 9:G5n
m, Sunday Sohool; 11:00 n m, pub
lic worship and sermon; 6:30 p m,
YPSOE prayer meeting; 7:80
p m, public worship and sermon.
Wednesday, 7:30 pm, prayor meet
ing. Falama Chapel: 9:30 am,
Sunday School; 7:30 p m, Gospel
service. A wolcomo for oil in
Reorganized Church of Jesus
Chiistof Latter Day Saints. Pub
lic services in Mililani Hall (roar
of the opora houso) on Sunday as
follows. Sunday school, 10 a m;
preaching (Hawaiian) 7:30 p m.
At tbo evening sorvico Elder UW
Greono will preach. Tho snbject
will be 4,Tho Gospel of tho King
dom; God's Witness to This Gen
eration." Christian church, cornor King
and Alakea streets. Sonnon at 11
a m by W K Azbill. Sermon at
7:30 p m by T D Garvin. Sunday
school at 9:45 a m. Young peo
ple's meeting, C:30 p m. Prayer
mooting Wednesday, 7:30 p m.
Woman's Prayor mooting Friday,
2:30 p ra.
Methodist Episcopal Church,
corner Boretania and Millor
streets. G L Pearson, pastor.
Tbo public is cordially invited to
attend tho following services:
Sunday Publio worship and ser
mon, 11 a m and 7:30 p ra; Wed
nesday, prayer meeting, 7:30 p m.
A welcome always to all.
Sovonth Day Advontist Public
service hold today, and every Sab
bath, (Saturday) in tho Arion
hall, at tho roar of tho Opera
House, from 10 a m to 12 m.
First hour occupied by Sabbath
School. A cordial invitation ex
tended to nil at ovory sorvico.
St. Androw's Cathedral Twenty-Fourth
Sunday after Trinity,
Nov 20, 7 am, Holy Communion;
11 a ui, Matins and sermon; 3:30
p m, Pule Ahiabi; 7:30 p m, ovon
song and sermon.
Y. M. O. A. Sunday, 4 o'olook
Mon's Meotinc. Topic, "The
Association and Prayer, Speak
er, Hon A F Judd.
Whnt tho Doctor Orileretl.
"I was in p tor health and tho
prescriptions I tried did not bono
lit mo. At lai tho dnctir began
to givo mo Hood's Sarsapanlla
and it proved to bo the best of all
mediciuos for mo, and I can speak
of it only in tho highest torms
and deom it a duty to recommend
it." Charles S. Powell, 429 Iowa
Street, San Antonio, Texas.
Hood's Pills aro tho only pills
to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Cure all liver ills.
My Honolulu Belle is a compa
nion piece to My Honolulu Lady.
It is by tho same author and for
sain by the Borgstrom Mubjo Co.
Stop in and'try it on ono of the
A Special Mooting of tho Stockholders
of the Plonoer Mill Company, Limited,
will bo hold at tho omco of II, Hackfold
it Co., LlmltoiV, on Wednosday, Novoni
ber23rd, 1898, at 10 a. in.
AJF A. BARGAIN
At Tkk.ms to Suit
P UKU II AS KISN""a-
1. Aero Lot, corner Wlldor Avenue
and Maklkl street.
2. Ono-lmlf Aero Lot, King stroot, noar
3. Fine Lot with targe Cottage, cor.
Iiorotaula and l'unclibow 1 streets.
1. Ono.quartor Aero Lot, llulldlngs
and a Paying Iluslness, .Millor street,
opposite McKlbbln's promise.
5. IIoiimj and tat, Pleasant street,
Hllo, Uan ail.
0. Twonty-sicro Farm, llonokaa, Ha
waii; threo acres "-3 oar-old collce; lot
of working cattlo, nillcli cow, horses, etc.
7. Fifty Acres Colleo Land, Kallua,
Kouu, Hawaii; nbout one-half planted
w 1th 0110 yoar colleo.
8. Four IJulldiiig tats at Maklkl, tuo
fronting Anapuni and two Maklkl sti.
0 Klght t-iicro Lots at Kalllil, noar
V. 11. Cmumings, Ksrj,
J, M, VIVAS,
Opposllo P. O.Oonoral DelivoryWIndow.
P. O. Ilex -112.
1, A lino Ilosldonco Lot situated 011
King stroot, Honolulu, nozt to Mr. Alex
ander Young's residence, bolng the
proinlsos of Mr. Kate L. Villa, It hat
a frontage on King stroot of 205 foot:
dopth 300 foot; Young street 205 foot.
It lias throe cottages with 1' largo rooms
and 0 dressing rooms. Main houso hit
0 largo rooms, 5 closets and kitchen.
Tho placo is supplied with water from
an artesian well on tlio promises.
aFour lots, 50x100,011 King stieet,
3. Olio Lot, Kallhl, opposite George
Marklmm's place, of an ncie.
4. Ono and ono-touth acres at Moi
111111. 6. House Lot, '(noon street.
0. House tat no I IIousos at Apua, the
estnto of Mrs, .Inlin l. Holt, Jr.
Orrii r: Corner of Xuuaiill and
Queen, np da I is,
For furllior p.iulrulutx apply to
J. L. KAULUKOU.
Home Lot un Kulll street, t Kallhl.
100 x 100,
Mouse anJ Lot at Kallhl; 400x10a.
House ani Lot on Young street; jjxijj
Lot at Kamolllilll, about H acre,
Lot on Prospect street, 7Jnj.
Three Lots opposite McKea lilinl.
next to MjcdonalJ'i.
Four Lots Kapahulu Tract, Sl;e j x
M, K, KEOHOKALOLE and
15 Kaahumanu St.
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