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THE EVENING bDIXilis; HONOLULU, d. i.. OOTO ER 7, lbU.
-83 PERFUMES gig:
Roger and Gallet,
Gosnell'8, in all odors
Toilet Sets, Perfume Bottles,
Malle Cologne, Without a Rival.
FORT AND HOTEL- STS.
Aiotia Collection of Hawaiian Songs.
price, - - s$aoo.
The Prettiest and Most Popular of Hawaiian Songs are contained therein, as
Will be seenfrom the selections below :
i. Aloha Oe (t-arewell to I Iiee).
3. Ua Like no a Like.
3. Maul (Two Step).
4. Makalapua, Lilluokalanl's Ser
5. Lei Ponl Mol (Wreath of Car-
f -FOR SALE
Great Bargains in New andi Second-Hand
. . FURNITURE . .
For the next 30 days to make room
for new stock to arrive
P. O. Ilox 635.
Orpheum Building, Tort Street.
Is a first-class modern hotel. A German chef has been
peclally Imported, and every attention will be given to the culinary department. A
first-class short-order bill of fare. Regular dinner at j:joj). m. Dining hall 60x30.
Private supper rooms; billiard tables; barber shop, and every convenience.
A few offices to let In the building. 1206
A Splendid Consignment
Buggies, Road Carta, and Harness.
pooially Selooted for Local Requirements.
Honolulu Carriage flanufactory
W. W. WRIGHT, Prop'r.
Via S. S. Coptic, another lot of that
Elegant Swiss Buttermilk Soap,
Only 25 cents a box; a beautiful, finely-scented Toilet Soap the Dairy
Queen, at 25 cents per box. Also, a few gross of highly-perfumed French Soap, In
very desirable odors, at 2? cents a cake, 60 cents a box.
We have also purchased that large lot of German Alcohol, per ship Marie
Hackfeld, which we will quote at bottom prices.
Honolulu Drug Co.,
Von Holt Block, King st.
Notice of Assessment.
Notice Is hereby given that the fourth
assessment of ten (10) per cent on the
capital stock.of the HONOLULU RAPID
TRANSIT & LAND CO., will be due
and payable to J. H. Fisher, at Bishop &
Co.'s Bank, Honolulu, on the 1st day of
October, proximo. The shares upon
which any assessment may remain unpaid
after thirty days from said date will be
Honolulu. 26th September, 1899.
1309 Secretary rR T &l,.Cr,
Has no equal in. tliow finer qualities of
dolicato flavor which are so highly
appreciated by discriminating judges.
It is tho favorite champagne among
connoisseurs tho world over.
6. Ainahau (Princess Kalulanl's
7. Toml, Toral, "Hula."
8. Wal o Punalau (Waters of Puna-
Nuuanu and King Streets, Honolulu.
8. W. LEDERER, Proprietor.
of Surreys, Plirotons,
PORT STREET, ABOVE HOTEL.
119 Klnft St.
CHURCH'-AND SOCIETY WORK.
Sj FILLED HER CON PR ACT ft
Wbiin tun 13o8tou Lyric Opera
UoDipauy was playing h iirief en
gagement at Veet Superior, Wis ,
Mia Joaepuitiu Stanton theciptiv
iting blonde prima donna of tho
big company decided tbat bum
would not give up nor comfortable
quarters at tbe commodious
Sptldiog Hotel m Dnlutu
Tho two cities aro not more than
tou milea apart, and Miss Stanton
figured that each evening hue
could lake the electric car return
ing between Duluth and Superior
and arrive in the ltt'er city in
ploaty of time for the evening
One afternoon bei-iR tir-d from
a long rehearsal, Miss Hlantou
MISS STANTON, of Ihe "Boston Lyrics."
laid down for a rest with instruc
tions to the hotel people to oall
her at G:30 p. m. The bell b y to
whom the instruction! were given
became deeply engAged in a game
of craps with anotber b-11 boy and
forgot to report thi call.
Whn Miss Stauton rnvoko she
was startled lo discover that it
was nearly 8 o'clock. Sue knew
that do ono could eiug her role in
the opera aud thnl unlei Bh
hurried, tho porformuucj could
not take place and the audience
would have to ba dixmisscd. Su
burried to the elev dor and to the
hotel ofllco expostulating in true
prima donna stvle, iudignnnt at
nob nrgleot aud rushed toward
the elect tic our liuo. Arrived there
eho experi'no.'d another decided
chill; thettre-t otr omployes wjre
on a strike and ttio cars were tied
She was imagining all so.ts of
dirful thing aud was about to
give up in uttfr de pair when her
ship of re-cue came in eight iu
the shape of bit is k own to the
qicyclo frntornity us a "quad" that
is a bicvclo that cnrri&l four rid
ers. The machine was ridden by
four etnlwart fellows, and in des
peration she bat'ed them. (Jould
they carry her on the wheel?
They could. Sh had ' never
been on a bioyole in b-r life, but
she wao determined. She tiually
MISS LEEKLEY, of the "Boston Lyrics."
poised hersoli on tho sent and tho
tbreo riders propelled Ihe maoblue
wbioh begao to go faster and
At thp start the ilt-iliinc nrima
donna was only concerned regard
ing her timely arrivtl in West
Superior, but tho'ihreo young fel
lows on mo ra 11c ni uo tioao to
exort greater effort in i creasing
tbe speed she almost fo'C'tthat
sbo ever was ezpecod thit even
ing in West Superior or tbat she
ever hard tbat tharo was
wfirf c.'. rwutr' "tsb&-
snob an organization as the Bos
ton Lyrio Opera Company.
PaBt hourO!), and feuo-e, lump
jjuoid nun eaiiuuiaiit.g policemen
outdistancing barking dog- and
leaving Duluth rapidly hehind,
around corners anil ovei bridges,
tho big machiuo with it- three
athletes and now tborouiihlv
frightened prima dunna dew nu
at tremendous rate. Tbe question
of the mjinent then oouo rued ihe
personal safety of tho daring
amateur bicrclit. At time- her
hoad grw dizzy and tbe panorama
whirling by bor poaaos-ed a
strango sameness. Sbo in ide up
her mind that if she w. re to be
killed, would be in a streuniu- ef
fort not to disappoiut tho public
Sho had left Duluth at exactlj
8 o'olock aud in lens than 20
minutes afterwards she wa car
ried np to tho stage door iu West
Ool. Thompson tho veteran im
Sresario of the Boston Lyrio
pera Company had been tele
phoning frantically in all direct
ions regarding Miss Siiutou'e
whereabouts and a unmbor of
very eotive messenger boyB bad
been scouting in ev$ry direction
for her under the promise of an
additional tip from the liberal
When he saw his fair prima
donna com- whirling up Broad
way on a "quad'' with tUo steam
of nnbridled comet, hm fears
turned to frivolity and his taught
er whs deoidedly hearty. Just
tbe same Miss Stanton Hang the
role of Girofle-iiiroQi that even
ing b'pforo an immense gathering
n u auuoogn to several in the
audienco sho appsarod unusually
nervous, none knew wnat a des
perate offort she had put forth to
keep her engagement.
Hur aversion to the bike is now
changed to admiration.
WANT AMERICAN CONTRACTU.
Editou Evening Bulletin:
The whito tiusmitliBand plumbers
have a very sizeable kick coming
against the United State Quarter
master's Department. A lew days
auo, Col. Buhleu culled for bids
for makim? a nuantitv nf fei-d
boxes. After receivinr? bids for
the fame, tbe coutract una uiven
to a Chinaman. Mow can we pay
our American workmen when evon
Uncle nam a contracts nro given
to tho Chinese r
"II. That Any Gd Would Win"
Should bo provided with good
health, and everyone who would
have good health should remem
ber tlint pure, rich blood is tho
firt requi-ite Hood's Sarsapnr
ilia, by giving go id blood and
wood health, his helped many a
man to success, besides uiviug
strength and courage to thomnude
of womon who, beforo t kinu it,
could not oven seo any good iu
life to win.
Hool's Pills are gentlo, yet
It is not necessary to intro
duce Mr. W. Y. Itow to peo
ple who patronize art in Ho
nolulu. To those who may
not know, it would perhaps be
as well to say that he has been
in the employ of King Bros,
for close on to ten years, where
evidences of his skill are always
to be seen. He works in oil,
water color, or pastel, with
equal facility His studies in
Hawaiian Fish have been copied
and recopied by less skillful
hands, which is evidence suffi
cient that he is a master in
still life. His studio is still with
110 Hotel street.
Amiriitu doneuor Sorvioe
Uasouio Temple. Tolepbone
A Dividend Is due and will be payable
to the shareholders of the Klpahula Sugar
Co. on Wednesday, October n. The
stock books of the Company will be closed
to transfers on October 10 and 11.
. H. A. 1SENBERG,
1343 Treasurer Klpahula Sugar Co.
A Dividend Is due and will be payable
to the shareholders of the Koloa Sugar Co.
on Wednesday, October 11. The stock
books of the Company will be closed to
transfers on October 10 and 1 1.
J. F. HACKFELD,
1343 Treasurer Koloa Sugar Co.
Real Estate and Insurance.
L,11VjHJ and b'lib
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
tna Fire Insurance Company
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange.
AND DEALERS IN
H;..ii;,Sue.rS,l. ,,"uru'""M"" "
Drlrft .- l a. .. .
umu nctoiitttd. t.jtern anj Fortln Stock
403 California St.,
S8an Francisco, Cal.
W. C. ACH1 & CO.,
irokers & Dealers
tOT We will Bny or rtell Baal EaUttin
ill parts of the group.
Or We will Hell Properties on Season
OFFICE. 10 WEST KING STREET
Real Estate Broker,
223 MERCHANT ST.
Twelvo Chinese Granite Hitching
Posts, $5 each.
Property In town.
HOUSES TO LET.
Real Estate Transaction
Subscribers ro tammuod with from n?i
x six lUtu per wek. giving an oourn
loord of 11 deeds, mortgages, leases, tt
.aaae, powam ol Attornsy. eto., etc, whlel
ire plaosd on reoorrt
labscrlptlon L'rice, Cii.lHI per nonti,
A. V. GEAR
rudrt Building. Hnnnlnln.
OHAS. J. FAIK,
MenAor Honolulu Stock Kxoliango.
Iteom301, Judd Hulldlng.
JAS. F viORUAl
UCTIONKKh NU STUiJK BHOKE1
No. s yueeu Street.
flxpert Appraisement of Ben)
Sstate and Fnrnltnr
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Hamlltn Stock Enchant.
Molnerny Block. Fort Street.
P. E. R. STR VTJOH,
Real Estate Broker
Financial Agont and Collector.
Lincoln Block, 039 King street.
i Ttltphom 641.
A. J. OAviPBBLL,
Stock and Bond Broker
Member ol Ihe Honolulu Stock Exchenp,
Ofllco Quoon Htroot, opposite Union
Telephone ok P.O. Dm ,tl.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchenfe.
Telephone t. P. O. Boi ft.
Oeneral Manager ol
The Equitable Life Assurance Socitfr
0 the United State tor the Hawallaa
Orron Mfrchatu r'i Monoi-in
EDMUND H. HART,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Convtyincer ana Searcher of Record i.
WOfflce No 16 Kaahumann street,
WTelophone No. 870.
KOTABY POBLIO and TYPE! R1TEB
OBce eol Merchant street CampH rear
O. Carter fflc P. O Bono.
Agents, brokers and jobbers.
V. G. Irwin & Go.
Western Sngnr Refinery Oo. ot ftm
Baldwin Locomotive Works ot PleaW
delphla.Penn.. U. 8. A.
Newell Unlrersal MU1 Co. (NaeJiea
Cane8hredder),Nfj lork, U. bTa,
N.Ohlandt ft Oo's "lirmli iirnillllwui
Alex Cross & Sons, high grade tarts
Iters for Cane and Coffee,
Reeds Steam Pipe Oorering
' Offer for Sale
Parafflne Paint Oo's P -k B Painkf aai
Papers) Lncol and Linseed oils, '
and boiled. 1
Indnri .J. (a eold water paint) la wkMt
and colors. '
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, LUMaaf
CASTLE k COOKE,
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltl.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
Tba Walamea Sugar Mill Co.
The Koloa Agricultural Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo,
The Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F, Blake Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance Co, of Boa
ThOiCrna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford, Coast.
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
Agents for tho California and Orient
dm. G. Irwin & Co.
( LIMIT KD).
Vm. a. Irwin, President and MantM
Hans Bpreckels, - - - Ytnn Trrnlilasjt
V. M. Qiffard, Secretary and Treaimrtt
Tieo. 0. Porter, . Andltejf
aaxirrs of ram
'UEAN10 STEAMSHIP COMPiNT
OF HAN rMtANflTROO. OAL-
BREWER CO., LTD.,
Queen street, Honolulu, H. I.
Hawaiian Agricultural Company, American Sural
Company, Oolcala Sugar Plant Co Onomea Sugar
Co., Ilnnomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co., MjEm
Sugar Co . Ilaleakata Ranch Co , MoTokal Ranch;
Planter's iLInf San Franclico Packets, Ohs. Brewe
& Co. s Line of Boston Packets,
LIST OF OFFICERS :
C. M. Cooko. Piosldentt Qaatu B.
Robertson, Manager) E. F. Iilahop,
Trcatmrer and Secretary; Col. W. F.
Aiion, yvuuii .r, 1-. v. Jones, II. Water
houBo, Goo. R. Carlor, Directors.
A f HILLIPS & CO.,
Vbolesale Importer- and Jobbers ol
loropean and American Dry fioo4
ort ind Queen BtreeU.
i HACKFELD & CO., Lt
CNEBAL COMMISSION mm.
jVn fort and Uneon Streets 'Honolahi
CITY REPAIR SHOP
MS Bethel Street, opposite Water
house & Co.
Strictly new o8 Cleveland Bicycles for Rent,
Second-hand Bicycles for sale.
All work guaranteed.
. B. CLARK
Honolulu Iron Works Oo
Improved and modern SUGAR MA
UHTNEItY of every capacity and des
cription made to onler. Boiler wori
ind RIVETED PIPES for Irrlgatlor
Burposea a specialty. Particular atten
on paid to JOB WORK, and renalraex
outed at nhortest notice.
R. M. DUNCAN,
Collector and General Busi
Ofllco, - 113 Kauumann street.
Also prepared to take orders for flllltu
in low lands and terracing. Won
promptly attended to. I'm
United States Custom Bouse Broks
Aooonntant, Searcher of Titles ajs
Oeneral Bnsinesss ftsamt
OFFICE: No. 15 Kaahumaai atnit
Honololn. Voraaerlr A. BoamjawM
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