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Porter Furniture Co.,
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Hunting Season, - -
Which Is now well on, we have to offer a pood
assortment of cheap, medium and high-priced Shot Guns. The well
known LC. Smith gun In several grades; also the Parker and Remington.
A fine stock of Loaded Shells, both black and smokeless powders;
and a full assortment of Wads, Shells, and Powders, for those who do
their own lo.idlng.
Plover and other Decoys, Hunting Coats and Hats, Cartridge Belts,
Loading Tools, &c, &c.
0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. Fort and Kins Sts.
Columbia and Ilamblcr Agouti.
2. Lot at Palama, about 'A acre.
3. A its-room lodging house, with a la
.A gocc 'aving Dusintss and large lot
of land, CiOtr&iiy lecattd.
5. Farm at Hamakua, Hawaii j part Id
6. Lot 50 x 120 Quarry street, near H.
7. Farm at S. Kona, part In coffee.
8. Lot 75 x 200, Ueretanla street (Ka
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Pout Office Lane, - Honolulu.
Moohanio's Homo, cornor Hotel
and Nuuanu strode, lodging by
day, woek or month. Terms: 25
and 50 cents per night. $1 and
$1.25 per -week.
Tables, Shades, '
Bookcases, &c, &c.
hotel and bethel sts.
Mr. Clay Clement
AND EXCELLENT COMPANY.
Tuesday Night, Oct. 17,
THE ROMANTIC COMEDY,
Thursday NIht, Oct. 210,
A SCRAP OF PAPER!
Prices Evenings, ti.$o, It and 500,
Prices Matinees, ti. 7K. and 50c.
Seats now on sale at WALL, NICHOLS
fjSailj. in lu column nil! hi inwUi tllfetnti
VjSS a Untfitil inttrtion; to ctnlt ucond initr
lion; o ctnlt a beck anJ t o etnti a month, 7 bit it tbe
cbcaf-est ttjcrtinnr ever offcrcJ tbt people of Honolulu.
I OST-A LADY'S TAN-COLORCD COAT with
L- rcJ j.itln lining, SaturJay night, on DertUnU
Mreet, between Lmnu street ani the Central Union
Church. Coat contalneJ a bunch of kej an J alw a
large kev. A suitable rearJ will be given finJcr
upun ilelltcryatthlt ollice. i5
WANTED-A IcOBUST NURSE GIKL, English or
German. Apply betwien 12 and I at 1)4 Pros
fed street. n;
ANTE 1-A riRST-CLASS UOOTBLACK. at
Ji-H'n. Port street ijn
CII.ST-CLASS JAPANCSH COOK WANTS PO
1 SITION. Ten vears rmerlente. Address
SUZUKI. P.O. Box 86j. 1)14
WANTED-POSITIONby experienced bookkeeper,
rirst-class references. Address J. G.. Bulletin
UANTED-AnasUtant NURSE. Ilawallanorhalf
v" llavtallan. for Karlolanl Maternity Home. Must
be experienced and recommended. Apply at the
Maternity Home. m;
WANTED A position bv an Intelligent, educated
young American. Good address; references
K. Uulletln office. 1)18
ANTED 500 Men to get shaved for tjc. (white
" barbers), II. JfcllS. 6io4 Fort strei
A Beautiful Stelnway Parlor Grand PIANO, good
as new. lll be sold for less than I Its rest value,
torcasti Apply next Joor to Laglc House, to G. R
:OH SALE-PHtTON, In fine condition, Iniulre
of DR. HOWARD. i))t
A HOUSE AND LOT POR SALE: close In. $i,too.
" Apply to DR. NOBLITT. Lincoln Block, King
street, beteen nm. and l p. m 1)4;
CEW PINE CALABASHES TOR SALE CHEAP.
1 P. E. R. STRAUCH,
1)41 Cor. of Bethel and King streets.
PR SALE-One u-lnch Y TITTING. with flanges
complete; flanges are tapped for ialnch well
rasing; a desirable fitting for Irrigating pipes, J
LMMELUTH & CO.. t-j King hi. nit
PR SALE-HOUSE AND LOT on Queen street,
containing ) bedrooms, parlor, dlnlng.room'.etc.
Price $18 jo. Apply to
- . . )io Fort street
COR SALE Lots at Walklkl. opposite Makee ll
1 and. $415 cash, $450 on Instalments Apply to
1)1) No. )io Fort street.
COR SALE-Pure-bred. Rough-Coated, SCOTCH
T COLLIE PUPPIES. Just received ex bkt S. N
Castle, from Rancho Bonlto'f Kennels, '"allfornla.
I or further Information apply to M. T. DONNELL,
at Wilder' Boat Shop, Puppies can be seen at No,
114 Robello Lane, Palama 1)14
POR SALE-Several LOTS In the KEWALO Tract.
1 near town; on the Installment plan. Lots at
Kallhl; lots on Young street. Easy terms. Apply to
1)1) No )io Fort street.
POR SALE-One SHIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
oraer. Apply to 11. it. mart. 1 ort St. nol-lt
ATWO-MANUALand Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or residence. Bergstroai
music uo t-on street. 1007
PRONT ROOM, newly fumlshed.TO LET; moderate
' rent. 6ao vineyard St., ) doors Iromvueen Hotel
OOM TO LET Suit one or two; rrlvate family;
iomo.; 40 acnoui ureti hit
TO LET Nicely furnished parlor and bedroom;
board If required; ) Punchbowl utrcet, below
Queen street. M4T
PR RENT-A small rURNISIIED COTTAGE of
t rooms and bath, on Llllha street, above Kua-
klal.No )k. In )jlr L. A., Uulletln office. i)4T
fO LET-rURNISHED ROOMS, with UOARD.
1 619 lintel street. Walklkl end Tel. )66. 1)4)
O LET-A nice TURNISIIED ROOM, In a pri
vate family, situated on !'enacola street, wlttiln
easy access to the cars. Apply to
No. )io Fort street.
POR RENT A furnished ROOM, at 7) Ileretanla
1 street, opp, Hawaiian Hotel i))ft
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE. Fort St. ties!
I rooms and attendance In city. m
A NICE COTTAGE, furnished or unfurnished; 5
rooms and a good stores. Aloha House, Fort
POR RENT-A LARGE HOUSE, suitable for a
r HOTEL OR BOARDING HOUSE, containing
14 rooms and kitchen. Desirable location In town:
newly painted and papered: a patent closets; a porce
lain baths, with hot and cold water laid on. Electric
tight throughout. Reasonable rent to a desirable
tenant. Tor further particulars apply to GEAR,
LANSING & CO . Judd Oulldlng. A ijij
jr. Si ,' ., HOME I OTOGRAFtR.
af:4L yffM'Mltta on,e groups, residences.
" Interiors Tourist groups
anywhere In city without extra charge Kodak work.
Rear of Uulletln oflice. Telephone as6. mi
The Entire Ornheum Company In a Big
MINSTREL FIUST PART.
New Gags New Songs and Dances.
Re-engagement of the Popular Young
MR. HAMILTON HILL.
Direct from the Tlvoll, Sydney.
Re-appearance of the Charming Contralto,
MISS ETHEL DIXON,
In a Grand Repertoire of Songs.
Engagement Extraordinary of the Great
KITTY AND CHARLES WILLARD,
Direct from the Leading Houses
In the States.
First Appearance In Honolulu of
MK. JAUKbUN HbAKUfc,
Comedian Late of MacAdoo's Famous
Just as Funny as Ever
In his original Comedy Musical Act.
A Dash of Sunshine
Prlmler Buck and Wing Dancer.
ARMSTRONG & O'NEIL,
In their Original Act Entitled, "Fun In a
Club," introducing Bag Punching
The Great and Only
iier"l Admission, ate. an! joe.
Last six r-vt tor Children under 11 yean, ioc.
Reserved Chant, s-x.
Seats can be booked by r'-i'lng up Telephone 540
Change of Program Mondays and
Family Matinee Every Saturday, 2:30 p.m.
For additional Shipping News test seventh page.
Wcntlior Bureau, Punatiou, Oct 10.
Temperature Morning minimum,
74; Midday maximum, 63.
(Barometer corrected for gravity .06.)
Barometer,!) a m, 30.02, Irregular
Rainfall, do. 0.00
Dow Point Oi F.
Humidity at 9 a ru GO percent.
Diamond Head Bleual Station, Oct
15, 1 pm Weather clear, wind fresh
Saturday, Oct. 14.
Scltr Burtlo Minor, Itaven, 18 da8
from Eureka; 312,224 feot lumber.
fitnir Lcluia, Dower, from Molo
knl, In tow by the fitnir Nllhau.
Huntlay, Oct. 15.
Htinr Mlkalmln, Pedersen, from
Htinr "V O Hall. Thompson, from
Ntiwlllwlllj 2J hog, 1 home, OS pkgs
Stnir Jnmcs Makee, Tullctt, from
StmrMnul, Macdonald, from Kahu
lul; 38 skft rice, 163 ska corn, 132 ska
potatoe, 143 ka taro, 03 head cattle,
145 liogi, 210 pkgs Bundrlcs.
Monday, Get. 10.
Stmr Upolu, Hennlngsen, from Ko
liala nztl Kona ports with 32 bags
coll'ue, 5 cords llrewood, 137 sheep and
10 pkgs iimdrles.
Saturtlay, Oct. 14'.'
Htinr Nlllmu, Gregory, forKau.
U8AT Zealandla, Dowdell, with
troops for Manila.
Tap stmr Hongkong Maru, Fllmor,
r Sun Francisco.
Sunday, Oct. 15.
Haw sli Helen Brower, Mahany,
Monday, Oct. i0.
Stmr Noeau, Wyraan, for Hono
kiitv mill Kukuibaele.
TO BAIL THIS AFTEIINOON.
Stmr Mokolll, Dower, for Kaunaka
ktil, Koninlo, Pukoo, Halawa, Pelo
kuuu, Wallail and Kalaupapa at 3
USA T City of Para, Zeeder, for
.Manna wiui troops.
VESSELS LEAVING TOMOnnOW.
Stmr Upolu, Hennlngsen, for Ko
hala nnd Koua ports at 10 a m.
Stmr Klnau, Freeman, forLaha
111a, Hllo anil way ports at 1 p in.
Stmr Claudlue, Cameron, for La
halna, Kaliulul and way ports at 5
p in. '
Stmr Maul. Mucdonald, for Paau
liau, Kukultiu, Ooktila ami Papaloa at
THE DAY'S STOCK REPORT
Stolon Thl Momlnc too Ilawn Electric 175.
ni McBrvJe i 8t. 8 AkHrvJe i 8(. 10 Klhel 11. too
OUa 1.00, iou Ju 195, aooo ORL Co bonis 106,
rinaO H i LCobonJs 106, 95 Klhel 14. 5, so do
14.25, yiao 14.25, 50 jo 14.1). 50 ao 14
HOAPIIiI In this city. Oct. 15, lRiS,
to the wlfo of I). K. Houplll, a
FAJKRIIOOS-Iu this city, Oct 10,
1899, to the wife of V. J. Fojorroos
Walalua Agricultural Co..
The fifth assessment of 10 per cent
(?!0 fjz pr share on the assessable stock
af tr.e Walalua Agricultural Co., Ld., Is
due and payable September 15th, 185, at
the office of Castle & Cooke, Ltd., and
BECOMES DELINQUENT OCTO
BER IO, 1805).
Treas. Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Election o! Officers.
At the Annual Meeting of the Share
holders of Humuula Sheep Station Co.,
Ltd., held at Honolulu this day, the fol
lowing officers Vvere elected for the ensuing
August Haneberg, President.
August Gramberg. Vice-President.
J. F. Hackfeld, Treasurer.
H. A. Isenberg, Secretary.
F. Klamp, Auditor.
Honolulu, October. iCth, 1899.
H. A. ISENBERG,
Spanton & Lund,
305 King St., near Alakea, Honolulu.
Tlnllntr, Graining, Glaring and Signs, ,,,,,,
NEWS NOTES OP MAUI
Wailuku, October 14. The Wa
ilaku pollco nro donning today
brown duck suits, nnd they appear
like soldiers on tbo way to Manila.
Managor K. S. Gjerdrum of Ha
na plantation will givo a dance at
his residence this evening to a
number of bis friends.
Eov and Mrs. J M LewiB and
ohild left for Honolulu this week.
Mis. Lowis will leave for the
mainland to enjoy a fow month's
vacation with relatives. During
Mr. Lewis' absence, Prof. J. A.
Moore will act as lay reader at the
Pioneer Mill, Lahnina, Gniehed
orindinc sugar for the season last
Saturday the 7th inst. The now
crop will be ground next January.
H Martinseof the Hnna tele
phone office arrived today and bus
taken bis post at tbo Kthului of
fice as one of the day operators.
Captain Jensen of the Salvation
Army, who has been stationed in
Wailuku and Paia for several
months past, loaves today for Ka
uai and will likely mako bis head
quarters at Hanalei.
Dr. Bowman is here to take ihe
place of Dr. Wcddiok who intends
taking a vacation.
HOGS DYING IN KULA.
Wailuku, Oct. 14. Judge J. W.
Ealua, who has been up to Kola
the last few days, reports tbat
nearly biz hundred hogs have
died during the week on account
of the drought
The Eula district is very dry
just now, and the residents of tbat
district bare to travel over six
mileB daily to Polipoli, Haleakala,
to bring homo water on pack
mulP8 for drinkingjpurposes and
for tho cattle.
Fork has jumped to nearly 12
cents a pound o-en in the Kula
district on this account.
An appropriation of $4000 was
passed by Legislature of 1892
for bringing water from Polipoli
spring to Eula district, but the
appropriation was never used.
Pacific Import Co;
SATIN AND GROS GRAIN QUALITY ALL SILK.
NO 5 j 78 Pieces Special, 5q per yard
(JO. T 1- Pieces-'Special .". . YsjC Per vard
NO 9 j 2 P'eces Special .......... IOC Per yard
NO 12 P'eces' Special '. 12C Per vard
NO. 16 18 Pces, Special 15C Per var(i
NO. 22 9? Pieces- Special I62C Per yard
NO. 40 6 P'eces Special
Pacific Import Company.
-33 Queen Street
Residence Sites "
999 AT MANOA $
Having purchased a tract of the finest,
land In Manoa for residence sites, I will
now receive applications from parties da-
siring to purchase. -
These lots are Immediately Ire front of
the residence of H. E. Cooper, Esq., and
command a grand view of Manoa Valley .
and the picturesque country t to Diamond
There are io lots In i series, $ fronting
on the west, or main, Manoa road, and 5
facing on Llhollho street.
The lots are each ico feet wide, and
from ico to 286 feet deep. Government j
water main laid past the lots on Weft
Terms one third cash, balance In on
and two years at 6 per cent.
Early application necessary.
33 Queen street
is J. . tyt
20c Per yard
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