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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, II. I., NOVEMBER 21, 18U8
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In All Its Branches.
f Porter Furniture Co.,
BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS.
A GOOD . RAISOR
-sss is something that every male above the age
of 1? 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 Kino: Sts.
wjf-r.,. In tht eolumn ttill hi imttliJ allftentt
VJ-CS. atintfint inttrtton; to ctnlt iteondinur
iiom m ctntt .1 uttk and o centt a month. Ittt it It
ttt ifctl aJvtrh ilnf tvtr offtrtd tbt ficffitt of Honolulu.
WD WANT YOU TO HAVE a West Dlslnfectlne
Machine put In your closet or cesspool, and
ute sickness. California Feed Co., Agents. 1069-im
WANTLD-A WHITE GIRL for Housework, Apply
corner Beretanla nJ Alapal sis, ioj-tw
EXPERIENCED German GIRL WANTS PLACE
for cooking or housework Arrly at No. 600
fort street, abne Ilcretanla. ion-it
AM AN wltlnoj ears experience In Cane Cultiva
tion .1., ,, t.lnta.l tvlih ttiwk uurk. raltro.lj
and portable track In cane fields WANTS A POSI
TION as a luna on a plantation, can speaK Lngmn,
Spanish, Portuguese, French and Hawaiian langua
ges; can furnhlneveral good recommendations, Ad'
dress Luna, this office. ioj-it
THE PUI1LIC TO KNOW that the St. Louis Col
I rw. St. Andrews Prlorv. Oahu Prison. Oahi
Insane Aslum, anJ other public Institutions, use our
Chtoro-Nartholeum with ureal success.
I ccd Co., Agents,
WANTEO-Several SMALL BOYS. Apply at
IIaaI..Ii Ua.(irff Zirfm rnrnar Klncr .inJ
I lltllllMUlU (IVVllfl JVll ..., -.
I Alakea streets ioot-u
JU ANTED 500 Men to Ret shaved for 15 cents, at
' 6io4 roft street, opposite me ,iuo oiac ics.
-ti II. JLTIS. Proprietor.
ITOR SALI.-llne Tat TURKEYS for our Thanks'
1 giving Dinner, at Camarlnos'. io7j-Jt
HOft SALE-rre.h CRANBERRirS. for
1 Th.mkitlvlnK Turkey, at camarlnos
I POR SALIj An etaHIhei. paying manufacturing
I business necessarj capital, Ii.joo. AJJress C,
' iB.thls ofn.e "'
I KilIT DELIVERY WAGON, seconJ-hanJ
condition, will sell cheap
AJJress M. Ilulletln
A TWO-MANUAL and PeJal Bass REED ORGAN
Suitable lor charel or residence. Uergstrom
Musk Co.. I ort street lo
PR SALE -The latest In CRUSHED BELTS
at Mrs. Hanna's 1031-tf
A N OLD. WELL-ESTABLISHED anJ PAYING
r BUSINESS In the city of Honolulu; capital nec
essary, about $!.ooo. Apply P. O. Bo 61). looVtf
BEST as cent meal In town. Try It oni be con
vince!. LlnJ's Excelsior Restaurant. 1041.
I OST Postal Savings Bank Pass Book No. j B.
- If founJ please return to Postmaster, Wafmea,
I OST Between Emma street anJ Military Hospital,
L. BELT PURSE, containing a fever thermometer
anJ several addresses of solJlers. FlnJer please re
turn to Bulletin office. ioto-iw
A LIFE, from not having West Disinfecting Ma
chines In your houses. Chloro-Naptholeum kills
cockroaches anJ ants. See California leeJ Co.,
Agents. 1069-1 m
A" GOLD RING, between Davles &Co.'s.LtJ., office
anJ the Postoftice. FlnJer please return to Bul
letin office, aio King street. 1068-iw
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS In private house
on Lunilllo street, with or without boarJ. AJ
Jress D, Bulletin office. ioja-iw
EKENT the West DISINFECTING MACIHN1 S
and kpen ihem In orJer. for a small monthly
rental. California Feed Co., Agents. lo&j-tm
TO LET Furnished Rooms, with electric light. In a
cottace near Thomas square. AJJress 11. l,
HOUSE Containing three bed-rooms, parlor, din
ing room, pantry, kitchen anJ bath-room, at rear
of McDonald's reslJence, terminal of tramway line.
Walklkl. Keohokalole & McGrew, 15 Kaahumanu
GEORGE MANSON, Public Typewriter. Office
wlthF. W McKlnney. Legal woik specialty.
TABLE BOARD-Servlce first-class.
CURNISHED ROOMS-The Aloha, new and daln
' tlly furnlsheJ. First-class boarJ; 115 Emma st.
WOl L ) like to exchange a boat for a bicycle. AJ
J ss J. C, Bulletin office ioig-im
POOKS. GARDENERS anJ FEMALE SERVANTS
uarber shop. 16 Ueretanla street. 1055-1
For aJJItlonal Shipping News see seventh page.
Diamond Ilentl SlKiml Station, Nov
21, 1 p 111 Weather hazy, wliul light
lfnn tliiM T mnn IS Tl lintinil Tt O 1
1 Vlttlll-l 11IUUIU, I UIIUIIUU, HU1 -
Temperature Mornliif? minimum,
:: fliiuuny maximum, 77.
Barometer. 0 a m. 30.03. Rainfall.
tlo, 0.01 lit.
Humidity nt 0 n m 70 per cent.
Saturday, Nov 10.
Htmr Klimu, Clarke, from Hawaii
ntul Maul portn.
Stinr JIulene, Mncdonald, from Ha
mtikua. Snir Iwn, George, from Makeua.
Stinr J A Cummins, Searle, from
CIiih ttchr Malolo, Btuvs, from a flail
ing. Suntlay, Nov 20.
Stmr "W Q Hull, HagUtnd, from
Stmr Mlknhala, Thompson, from
Stmr Clmitllue, Cameron, from Ma
Monilay, Nov 21.
Am echr YoM'inlte, Autlei'roii, from
Stitunlny, Nov 10.
Stmr Iwn, George, for Wnlttlua.
Htindity, Nov 20.
Am schr Allen A, Schnge, for Alter
deen In Imllust.
Miiiuluy, Nov 2'.
fitinr .1 A Cunmilns, Searle, for
Stmr Walaloale, Moslicr, for Kl
lauea, Kallhlwiil ami lliuuilcl nt I
Stmr James Makee, Tullett, for
Kapun, at 4 p in.
Stinr Ia'1ui:i, llcmiL'tt, for Molokul
and Laiial at ti p m.
VESSEL8 LKAVINQ TOMOlUtOW.
Stmr Manila Lm, Siniersou, for La
hnlna, Mnalaen, ICoua autt Kan at 10
Stmr Klnau, Clarke, Maul and Ha
waii ports nt 10 u m.
Stmr Mlkahnla, Thompson, for Ma
kawell, at 4 p m.
Stmr W G Hall, Hagluntl, for
Nawlliwlll, Hanamiuilu, Koloa, IClo-
clc, Mnkawcll, Wnimea mid Kekahn
nl5 p m.
tstmr (Jiautiuie, uamcron, tor Aiaui
ports, at 5 p m.
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
A SUPERIOR QUALITY OF WORK.
Is tho only kind, that wo turn out from our
Snijoiul attention given to ropairiug Bicycles,
Typewriters and Piro-Arnis.
Wo have always guaranteed our work and
shall continue to do so.
1 PEARSON & HOBRON, Agts
312 FORT ST. Telephone 565.
Holders of water privileges, or those
; water rates, tiro Hereby notl
lat tho hours for Irrigation pur-
toses are from 0 to 8 o'clock u. m. ami
paying water rates, tiro hereby not!
rom 4 to 0 o'clock p. in
II. Holders of water privileges on
the slopes of Punchbowl abovo Green
street, and In Niiuauu Valley above
School street aro heroby liotillcd that
they will not bo restricted to tho Irri
gation hours of 0 to 8 a. m. anil 4 to
l ti. in., nut will bo allowed to Irrigate
wlicnevorHiillielcnt water fsnvnilnhle,
provided Unit they do not use the
watet for irrigation purposes for more
than four hours In evorv twenty-four.
Supl. Honolulu Water Works.
Approved- J. A. KING,
Minister of Interior
Honolulu, II. I., Sept. 7, 1895
WANTE D. N. BREHAM'S
A tract of land of s,iy 2.IH0 uert's, on
tlio Island of O.ilni; well .ttcred or that
cm bo fiirnlhlieil by artesian iHirings.
Any ono Hint euii fnrii-Ii sitrli a tract
mil t-oeiiro a fiiMiiablo Imiu; lease, or If
pretnli.-l llie iimlui'slgiiuil l willing to
I i luii-f iitrltiltt. ,
Atlilie.- ' 1,,3,
1 07 Ilulletlii olllee.
Horses, Wagons. Harnesses, Saildles,
etc., bought ami sold on
17 Konia(funnerly Smith) St
Your work solicited, tiutl the lluest
class of Horvlco AT ItKASONAUIiK
OnW Whitti Lab(
All Flannels and Silks washed by
hand. Ordinary Momllng, and But
tons Sewed On.
JtdrTuleplioiiu 5S.'l, ami leave your
Tho Andrew Welch has finished
discharging and is waiting for a
cargo of sugar.
Tho W. G. Irwiu is now twelve
lays out from San Francisco. Sho
may bo oxpoctod at any moment.
A. M. Howitt of Peck & Co. has
rosigned to take n more lucrativo
position with a prominent mor-
cnntilo honso in tho city.
The Chns. 13. Eonny will sail
in ballast for Port Townsoud on
AWdnoeday. Sho will return as
soon as possiblo with a cargo of
V hundred free Japanese from
the last China steamer came
ashore from quarantine this
morning to bo sent to various
Tho Robert Lowers is about
half finished with her lumber.
She will bo horo for quite a while
yet as she is to take a cargo of
sugar to San Fumoisco.
Tho Iwalnii is now on tho
marine railw y undergoing re
pairs. Slif will bo oil again in
four or five days. Captain liruhn
of the Kauai will assume command.
The Waialua sails for Hanaloi,
Kauai, at about 4 p. m. today.
The Waialua is doing very good
work now. bho has all sue can
do taking freight from this port to
Two deserters from the Ben
nington were captured yesterday
and returned aboard ship this
forenoon. A reward of $20 apiece
was offored by Captain Taussig
for their arrest and delivory
Tho American ship Yosomito,
C. O. Audorson master, arrived in
port at 10:30 o'clock this forenoon,
aftor a trip of 21 days from Ta
coma with a cargo of 1775 tons of
coal consigned to Allen & Robin
son, oho left lacoma, uctouer za.
An llonnt Offer.
Dour Editor: Kindly inform
your readers that if written to con
fidentially, 1 will chcerlully mako
known to them in a sealed letter,
froo of charge, the plan pursued
by which I was permanently res
tored to porfoct hoalth and manly
Vigor, after yoare of suffering
from Nervous "Weakness, Seminal
Losses and SoxuanTcobleness,
I have no ealiomo to got monoy
from any ono. I have nothing to
sell or send O. O. D., but am
simply anxious to make known
to others who may bo suffering as
I did this moans of cortaiu and
permanent cure. Addross, 0.
Johnson, Box No. 903, Delray,
And why shouldn't wo ho, it iirst-class
goods and honest prices have anything to do
Wo carry tho LARGEST STOOIC,
therefore tho GREATEST ASSORTMENT
and tho LATEST STYLES of Ladies', Gents'
and Children's Shoes and Ruhhor Goods.
Our customers can always find what
thoy want in tho Shoo Lino, nt tho LOWEST
PRICES for high-grade goods.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
Sign op tiih Big Siiou,
XX Port street.
When tho W. G. Hall left Na
wiliwili Saturday afternoon, tho
smoko of tho Mikahala bound for
Honolulu, was just vieiblo on the
horizon. It was not until about
half way betweon Barbor's Point
and tho ontranco to the channel
that tho Hall passed tho Mikahala.
Tho two vessols woro bo close that
tho sailors spoke back and forth.
Tho Annual Mooting of tlio Hawaiian
Illllo Association will bo bold nt tlio Iln
wnlliin Hotel, Nov. 23rd, nt 7:30 p. in.,
for tlio election of Directors and Olllcors.
Mombora and othors IntorostoJ aro re-
rptONtod to be prosont.
Jly onlor. W. li. WALli,
J. O. HOTIIWELL, rrosldollt.
Placo your orders for delivory early.
Tolophono 282. KUUANU ST.
At Ti5kmh to Suit
SANTA CLAUS' HEADQUARTERS
Thrum's Book Store
Wn.i. Havk Its
Friday Nov. 25th
With an array of Holiday
Goods eolocted with special view of qual
ity and variety".
THOS. O. THUUM,
1073-3t Brewer Block, Fort stroet.
1. Aero Ixit, corner Wlldor Avenue
and Maklki street.
2. Ono-lmlf Aero Lot, King streot, near
3. Flneliot wlthljirgo Cottage, cor.
Borolanla nnd Ptinclibowl streots.
4. Ono-qunrtor Aero Lot, ilnllillng
nnd a Paying Business, Jllllor utreet,
oppasito McKibbiu's proiulsos.
C. House and Lot, Pleusant Mreet,
0. 'ISvonty-acro Farm, Honokaa. Ha
waii; tbreo aeros 7-year-old coireoj lot
of working eattlo, nillcli cow, liorhcs, etc.
7. l'lity Acres uoiiuo lund, Kalltin,
Konn, Hawaii; alMut ono-lmlf planted
with ono year collco.
8. Four Building Lots at Maklki, two
fronting Annptinl and two Maklki sts.
U Kight 1-iirro Lots at Kulllil, near
W. II. Cuinmings, Iv'kj.
J, M, VIVAS,
Opposite P.O.Oonorai Dell very Window.
P. O. Box -142.
Judge Kepoikai of "Wailuka is
in tho city.
Election of Officers.
At the Annual Meeting of the Stock
holders of tho Pioneer Mill Company,
Limited, held this day, the following
olllcers were elected for tho ensuing
Paul Isenherg President
J. F. Haekfeld Vice-President
II. A. Isenberg Treasurer
Etl Kubr Secretary
W. Pfotcnliauer Auditor
ED SUHR, Secretary.
Honolulu, Nov. ll,'l&98.
A Special Meeting of tlio Stockholders
of tlio Plonoer Mill Company, Llmltod,
will bo hold at tho ofuco of II. Hackfold
.V Co., Llinltetl, on Wednesday, Novem
ber 23rd, 1S0S, at 10 a. in.
Oarpontoring, Oiibin Making,
-: 722 Fort street.
A3-AH kinds ol Jobbing faithfully tnl promptly
Storo Counters, and Eixturos,
. Made to order artistically.
4 SMITH, POWELL CO.,
721 Fort street.
Twenty years experience. All work guaranteed.
1. A fine Ilosldonco Lot situatod ou
King stroot, Honolulu, next to Mr. Alex
ander Young's rosldonce, being tho
promises of Mr. Kato L. VIda, It has
a frontago oil King stroot of 205 feet:
dopth 300 foot; Young stroot 205 feet.
It lias tbreo cottages with 11 large rooms
and 0 dressing rooms. Main liouso lus
0 largo rooms, 5 closets and kitchen.
Tlio placo Is suppllod with water from
an artoslun woll 011 tlio promises.
2. Four lots, 50x100. on King street,
3. Olio Lot, Kail til , opposite George
Markliam's place, Ji of nn urre.
4. One and ouo-touth acres at Moi
llllll. A. Honso Lot.Quoon stroet,
(I. HoiiMi I .hi 11 ml Hottsos at Apun, tits
estate or Alls. .John l). Holt, Jr.
Oi'rici:: Corner of Kuuanil and
For fin lliiir paillculars apply to
.1. L. KAULUKOU.
I 100 X 100.
uuuc an4 1.DI ai ivaiiui
House Lot on ICalll street, at Kalihl
400 x too.
House and Lot on Young street; ;;iss.
Lot at Kamolllllll, about ',i acre,
Lot on Prospect street, 75x115.
Three Lots opposite McKee Island
next to Macdonald's.
Four Lots Kapahulu Tract. Site jj x
M, K, KEOHOKALOLE and
15 Kaaiiumaxu St.