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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMBER 80, 1898.
I In All Its Branches.
tf Porter Furniture Co.,
v averley Bloolc
tt BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS, Of
Unlebb Ou wish to know what
1899 Columbias and Ramblers
Are to be sold for here:
Columbia Hovol-fSoar Clitilules.., Models 50 and 51, l.itost lmpro ml, $35
Collililhln Chain Wheels, Moduli 57 and 08, now 1891, $(J0,
Columbia Chain Wheel-,, Model 4'), 1S9S, with l&O't linprotcmoiits, $50
Columbia Tandem, MdoW IT and 18, Diamond and Combination
Rnmblor Chain Whools, all Models with 2S-luch wheels, $50.
Knmblor 'randoms, $75.
Do not think that you luu o to wall for 1899 to get thoso pricos.
Thoy go Into offoU right now, ho thoro Is no noed for you to purclmso
poorly inndo bloyclos when Cohrmblusaud Ramblers nro offered at such
low prlios. Watch tho other doalorH who liovo sot hlghor pricos omo
down to our figures; we load, others follow.
This Is tho cool season, and tho tlmo to rldo. BUY NOW.
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. Fort and Kins Sts.
Columbia and Rambler Agonts.
A SUPERIOR QUALITY OF WORK.
Ts tho only kind that wo turn out from our
Special attention givon to ronairiue Bicycles.
H Typewriters and 3?iro-Arms.
sE Wo liavo always guaranteed our work and
H shall continue to do so.
PEARSON & HOBRON, Agts
312 FORT ST. Telephone 565.
A tract of laud of aay 2,000 acres, on
tho Island Of Oahiif woll watered or that
Can bo furnished by artesian borings.
Any olio that can furnish such a tract
can t-bqure a favorable long loase, or If
jre.feriod the undersigned Is willing to
flAddre.-. ; 1,2,3,
w-fl. in Ibit column unit be inserted atlfcentt
Yrm a Itne first inttrtion; to cenlt second inter-
tiM bl rmtli j sV sm t rs ..( j .. T km tt till
"" v " uin nii u ten (j h rtiunnsm --
tbeafiest advertising ever offtrtd tbt people of Honolulu,
E WANT YOU TO HAVE a West Dls.nfect.ne
Machine nut In tour elotet or cesspool, and
save sickness. California Teed Co-agents tpty'ira
A N experienced yhlte COOK WANTS POSITION
in private family. Aaaress w, uu'ienn uimc,
no King street. 1080
ANTED A smart MAN FOR A RANCH. A
cood tIJer Call at the Favorite Saloon alter
to a m. Thursday, loao-ii
WANTEDALl AMERICAN CITIZESS. whether
VV living here permanently or stopping here tem
porarily, to co to the office nt or. w . noDiiit,
Queen street, between Punchbowl and South, and
SIGN A PETITION TO CONGRESS to prohibit the
further Importation of Contract Labor to the Hawaiian
Islands, Hours a to 3 p m, lojj-tf
UANTED-S1TUATION AS ASSISTANT EN
VY GINELR Best of references. X Y Z, Bulle
tin office lojo-iw
TIIEPUDLIC TO KNOW that'the St Louis Col
' lege, St Andrews Priory, Oahu Prison, Oahu
Insane Asylum, and other public Institutions, ue our
Chloro-Naptholeum with great success. California
I eed Co., Agents 1069-iro
W ANTED-Several SMALL BOYS, Apply at
Honolulu Messenger ServLe, corner King and
Alakea streets. rcoj-tf
'ANTED 500 Men to get Shaved for 13 cents, at
610W Tort street, or-r-oslte the Club Stables.
iou-tf H. JEFFS, Proprietor.
POL'ND-Slgma Chi College I ratemlty PIN. Same"
can ie nad ry caning at mis oince onj paying
cost of ad ertlement 1080
I OST Or Straed from 456 Young street Tuesday
L. afiernoon an Irish Setter DOG, about 18 months
old Leathtr collar Rmard for Information or
return to Bulletin office io8o-4t
ALirE from not having West Disinfecting Ma
chines In) our houses. Clilorn-Napiholeum kills
cockroaches and ants See California feed Co.,
Agents 1060-1 m
O LET Two nicely I URNISIIFD ROOMS In n
private ramiiv, wiin use 01 riano nntimin
exchanged and addressed to P. O Box j8j. io77-iw
FOR SALr Tine Horse. Buggy and Harness, $us
W. II Smith, 5i Tort stnet. io74-iw
A TWO-MANUAL and Pedal Bass Rl LD ORGAN
" Suitable for chapel or residence Bcrgstrom
Music Co , Fort street lofjj
PR SALE -The latest In CRUSIILD BELTS
atMrs Hanna's joji-tf
AN OLD. WfcLL-ESTABLlSHED and PAYING
r BUSINESS In the cltv of Honolulu capital nec-
essary. about $5 000 Apply P O Box 6) io6a-tf
REST 33 cent meal In ton
Tr it and be con-
Llnd 3 I xcelslor Restaurant 1041.
WE RENT the West DISINFECTING MACHINES
and ketp them In order, for a small monthly
rental Callfornli Teed Co Agents looo-im
TO LET Furnished Rooms, with ilectrle light In a
cottaire near Thomas Souare. Address II L..
'LORGI MANSON, Public Typewriter. Office
' with I W McKlnney Legal work a specially
GracoKic lards Woodivf
Ainioiiiicc's tho opening of lier
INTERPRETATION . . .
And tho Higher Branches of Vocal Art
Appointments niiulo by mail, box
308, or by telephone, 140 . 1010
SUSANNE R. PATCH,
Teacher of Voice I Piano
Itccommondod by Francis Stuart of
San Francisco, certificated pupil of tho
Residence and Studio, lit Mrs. Dudolt'.s,
cornor of Fort and Chaplain stroots.
Tolo phono 458. 1 020-1 m
PROF. FRANK W. JACOBS.
Cultivation of the Voice
Studio: Alakea IIouso,
Tolupliono 892. 1022
W. A.. Eames
.Cuitan and lYjaqdoIin
Studio Y. M. C. A. Iluildtng, Room 2
Branch Btutllo Alakoa IIouso,
For additional Shipping News see seventh page.
Horses, Wagons, Harnesses, Saddles,
eto., bought and sold on
17 JConia(fornierly Smith) St
Diamond Head Signal Station, Nov
30, 1 p ni Weather hny, wind fresh
Weather Bureau, Ptmahou. Nov 80,
Temperature Morning minimum,
71 1 Midday maximum, 80.
IJarrjmctor,. 0 n m, 30.00. Balnfall,
do, 0.01 in.
Humidity at 0 a m 59 per cent.
Tuesday, Nov 29.
Stmr Mnuua Loa, Slmcrson, from
Maui anil Hawaii port),
Tuesday, Nov 29.
Br S S Hupcli, Quail, for San Fran
cisco. Am sclir C S Holmes, for thoSoum).
Wednesday, Nov 30.
Stmr Iwalanlf Gregory, for Waimcn
and ICekdha at 4 p 111.
U S T S St Paul, Hays, for Jiranlla.
L. J. Kbllooo-Lane, M.B.
Requests your attendance at a
Free Hiectiaxe I
TO LADIES. THURSDAY. DEC t. i8j8. at 1 P m..
at Y M C A Hall Subject Hjglene Bring
Paper and Pencil
Small ads. in the Bulletin are not
overshadowed by bigger ones.
' 1 mmm t
And why shouldn't avo bo, if ilrst-elass
goods and honest prices havo anything ta do
with success 1
AVo carry tho LAHQEST STOCK,
thoroforo tho GREATEST , ASSOimEENT
and tho LATEST STYLES of Ladies', Gents'
and Children's Shoos and Rubhor Goods.
Our customers can always lind what
they want in tho Shoo Lino, at tho LOWEST
PRICES for high-grado goods.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co,
SlON OF THE BTG SlIOE,
Xt Port street.
i Temple of
At a special 'meoti uk of tbo Alo
ha Branch of tbo Iboosopbicnl
Society last ovoniup, to act on tbo
rosicnation ot Ur.A.Maraues, pre
sident, and Mr.A Sbarpo, treasur
er, becauso of the proposed dopar-
turo of both from this country, tho
Urnnch refused to accept tho pre
sident's resignation, deciding to
keep the ollfco vacant in rcservo
for him, until such timo as ho
might retnrn to Hawaii, the office
of temporary chairman boingcroat-
eu instead. As lini been boforo
stated in tho Bulli'tin, Dr. Mar
ques has accoptou tho leadership
of tho Theosophical Bocioty of
Australia, and will go thero be
cause ho considers it a larger Gold
of usefulness for him; ho expects
to leave Honolulu in about two
months. Mr. Sharpo will' leave
hero for Australia, hIbo, his form
er home, by the next Moana.
Censured Mlcj-cle Pntroliunn.
J. J. Fallon, chief steward of
tho St.JPaul, "read the riot aot" to
a certain bicyclo patrolman in the
Police Court yesterday morning.
It seoms that ho was driving back
to tho hotel Monday night. Ho
had no lights on his buggy and,
being a stranger, was not euro as
to tho location of the hotel. Ho
wns stopped by two native police
men who, wh m thoy heard tho
man was a stranger, told him
whore to g and cautioned him
very poIiteU to driva slowly.
This Fullon did and when ho
came near tho hotel, a bioyolo
patrolman, a win to man, arrosted
him. His manner was very dis
In the Police Oourt, Fallon
told tho whole story and was dis
charged. Judge Wiloea. conBured
tho patrolman soveroly.
110 Ilotol stroot.
4 PERFORMANCES MORE
Big Business, and ,
It is LoWat Waikiki I
Address W. II. M., Ilullotln ofllco.
Eleotion of Officers.
Notice Is hcrob.v given that at the An
nual Mooting of tho Oaliu Sugar Com
pany, Limited, bold In Honolulu, No
vember 28, 1808, tbo following Olllcors
and Directors vero elected to soro for
tho ensuing year : , '
LIST OK OFKICKUS:
Paul Isonborg, lrosldont.
n. 1 Dillingham, 1st A'ico-l'roslilcnt.
M. P. Robinson, 2nd Vlco-Prcsltlont.
J. P. Hackfold, Treasurer.
Kd. Sitbr, Secretary.
W. P. Allen, Auditor.
noAitn op niuncrous :
S. O. Allon, P. .T. Lowroy, W. Wpltors,
J. A. McCantlloss ; and ox-olllclo : Taul
Isonborg, H. P. Dillingham, M. P. Rob
inson, !. P. Hackfcld, i:d. Sulir.
Half Way Between Honolulu
and the Great Scenic
Attraction ! '
Accommodations for Man and Beast!
In the Most Picturesque
Spot in Nuuanu Valley....
LIGHT WINES AND BEER
Served, excepting Sundays.
A, F. FRANCA Proprietor.
Notlco Is lioroby glvon that tho part
nership horotoforo existing betwoou II.
Klommo and 11. A. Juon, in tho saloon
busiuoss on Nuuanu stroot, Honolulu,
II, I., known as tho Louvre Saloon,
untlor tho llrm namo and stylo of
Klommo it.Iiuni, lms this day boon ills
solved, and that II. A. Jucn has this d)iy
jiurchasod all tho right, thlo and Intorot
of II, Klommo In and to m(i1 Louvro
Saloon and business anil property, ami
is now tho solo and exclusive ownor
thoroof i and all porsocs imlobtod thoro
o nro horeby roiuostod to mako pay
ment llioroot to II. A. Juon, tt ho alono
is, authorized to roccho aud rocolpt for
JJatod Honolulu, H.I., Noombor20th,
1080-lw II. A. JUEN.
-cVT A. T3JLJZ&A.ITX
At Thumb xo Suit
P UJtO 1 1 as n KgBZZ.
1. Aero Lot, cornor Wilder Avenue
mid Maklki stroet.
2. Ono-h.ilf Aero Iot, King street, noar
McCully tract. ,
3. Pine Lot Uth Largo Cottago, cor.
ISorolanla mid Puuchliowl stroots.
1. Ono-qtMrtor Aero Lot, ISuildlngi
and n Paying llusliiess, Mlllor street,
opposito McKlbblu's promisoi).
5. House and Lot, Pleasant street,
Hllo, Hawaii. "
;0. Twonty-acro Kirin, Honokaa, Ha
waii; threo acros 7-ycar-old coiroo; lot
of working cuttle, milch tow, horses, etc.
7. Fifty Acres Coiroo Laud, Kailua,
Koua, Hawaii; about ouo-lmlf planted
tt 1th onp year colloo.
8. Pour Building Lots at Maklkl.two
fronting Auapunl and two JIaklkl sts.
0. Eight 1-acro Lots at KullliI, near
W. II. Cuinmlngs, Esq.
J. -M, VIVAS,
P. O. 15ox 442. '
, Will Appear in the Great Play,
BY SPECIAL REQUEST
Seals on sale at Wall, Nichols Co. 'a.
Yee Ghong has bought tho storo of
Soon Look, at corner of Miller and Bore
tanla streets, and ho will not bo respon
sible for any dobts contracted by said
Soon Look prior to and aftor Novombor
s , ziodo-iw
6th, 1808. ',
A Die Surprise for Viys ahi fclrljl
Latest Things In Novelties I Call and Inspect them.
King stroet, near Union Evpross Co.
tomla Tobacco and Clears, 1076
1. A Iluo Itcshlonco Lot situated on
King btroot, Houohilti, noxt to Mr. Alox-
andor Young's residence, being tha
promt os 01 ,mi. Kate lj, viua, It lias
iifrontngu on King stroot of 205 feet;
depth .'100 feet; Young streot 205 feet.
It has throo coitnguH with 11 large rooms
and U (trussing rooms. Main houso has
0 largo rooms, .' clov ts and kitchen.
Tho placo is supplied with wator from
an artoftluu well on tho promisos.
2. Four lots, 50x100, 011 King streot,
3. Ono Lot, Kallhl, opposito Georg
Markham's place, y, of an acre.
4. Ono and tm-tonth acres at Mpi
5. IIouso Lot, Quoon stroet.
0. IIouso Lot uud Housos at Apua. tk
cslato of Mrs, John D, Holt, Jr.
Office: Corner of Nuuanu ami
Quoon, np stairs.
For further particulars apply to
, J. L. KAULTJKOU.
Oarpehtoring, Oahin Making,
-: 722 Fort street.
-AU kinds of Jobbing faithfully and promptly
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