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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., OCTOBER 18, 1899. I J
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WAVERLBY block, cor. hotel and bethel sts.
Hunting Season, - -
Vhkh is now well on, we have to offer a gooJ
.assortment of cheup, medium and high-priced Shot Guns. The well
known L.C.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 I'ow ders, for those who do
their own loading.
Ploserand other Decoys, Hunting Coats and Hats, Cartridge Belts,
Loading Tools, &c, &c.
I 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. Tfort and Kino: Sts.
2. Lot at Palama, about i acre.
j. A dc-'oom lodging house, with a
. h g&ctf -aving uusitvess and large lot
of land, untrauy Iccated.
5. Farm at Hamakua, Hawaii; part !d
6. Lot 50 xi 20 Quarry street, near H.
7. Farm at S. Kona. part In coffee.
8. Lot 75 x 200, Heretanla street (Ka
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Pout Office Lane. - Honolulu
Mcobanio's Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuunnu 6troots, lodging by
day, wook or month. Terms: 20
and 50 contB per nigbt. 81 and
?1.25 per week.
Bookcases, &c, &c.
Mr. Clay Clement
AND EXCELLENT COMPANY.
Thursday Night, Oct. 19,
A Scrap ol Paper
Snturdny Night, Oct. 21st,
Ik Two Orphans.
Prices Evenings, 1 1.50, f 1 and 50c.
Prices Matinees, ft. 7?c. and soc.
Seats now on sale at WALL.-NICHOLS
VVEfc''''-" "" tolumn uill h inltlllJ ollftlnll
r'SS alintfinl imtrllonj to null ticondinur-
nan; ja ami a utffl an J $o ctlll a monto. I on II lot
ebiapeil tJurllilnt evtr ojftrtJ lot fiofU 0 Honolulu.
1 Telephone 68?.
CRONT ROO M, newly f urnMieJ.TO LETi mo JeMte
1 rent 6i6 VlneyorJ si , tloors from Qun Hotel.
COR RENT-A imallTTmNlSIIED COTTAGE ol
1 J toomj anJ hath, on Lllllia street, above Ku
klnl. No lnilr L. A. Hjllet'n office. Hi?
TO LET-FURNISHED ROOMS, lth HOARD.
I9 Hotel street. WlklHenJ Tel. )fi6. i t i
TO LET-A nice rURNlSIIED ROOM. In a prl
1 vile family, sltuateJ on I'cnsacola street, nlthln
easy access to the cats. Apply In
l)4i No. )io Tort slrccl
PR RENT A furalshcJ ROOM, at ?j Ueretanla
Street, opp. Hawaiian Hotel m
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE, Fort St. Ilest
' rooms anJ attenJanc In city. HI'
A NICE COTTAGE. furnlsheJ or unlurnUheJ. s
rooms ani i eool stores. Aloha House. Fort
COR RENT-A LARGE HOUSE, vjttable or a
HOTEL OR UOARDINQ HOUSE, contalnlnc
14 rooms anJ kitchen. Desirable location In town:
newly painteJ ani papereJ: patent closets; a porce
lain tain, wnn not ana cou water lau on. Liectnc
light Ithrouchout. Reasonable rent to a desirable
tenant. Tor further particulars apply to GEAR.
LANSING & CO . JudJ HullJIni. mi
UANTED-A RODU.ST NURSE GIRL.EnKIKhor
v German Apply between i a ani : at 134 Pros
pect street. 1 )a
ANTE 7A I IRST-CLASS IIOOTULACK. at
jli 1 . 1 on street H4$
pi(.ST-CLASS JAPANLSE COOK WANTS PO-
SITION. Ten yeara experience. AJJress
SUZUKI. P. O. Ilox 865. ni4
WANTED POSITION b experlenceJ bookkeeper.
I Irst-class references. AJiress J. G , Ilulletln
WANTED-AnassWant NURSE. Hawallanor half
Hawaiian, for Kaplolanl Maternity Home. Must
be experltnceJ nnj recommcnJcJ. Apply at the
maictnny Home. IJ15
JANTr:D-A position bv an Intelligent. cJucateJ
voune American. Good address, references
"k." Ilulletln office. 1)18
WANTED-500 Men to eet shaved. or 15c. (wl
W barherO. II. JLrfS. ioU Tort ure.t. n
AUeiutllul Stelnway Parlor Grand PIANO, piod
as new, villi be sold lor les thin '.' Its real value,
forcish Appl'next Joor to Eagle House, to (i. R
A HOUSE AND LOT TOR SALE, close In. $1,100.
" Apply (.1 UR. NOnLITT. Lincoln llloik. King
street. Utween la m. and 1 p. m 1)43
COR SALE-One u-lncli Y FITTING, with tlanges
1 toronlrte. tlanires are faooed for fa-Inch uell
eating; a desirable fitting for Irrigating pipes. J
EMMELUTII & CO.aiT-awKlngSt. mi
PR SALE-HOUSE AND LOT on Queen street,
containing 3 bed-rooms, parlor, dining-room, etc
Price $1850, Apply to
tio Fort street
COR SALE-Lots at Walklkl. opposite Alakce Isl
1 and, $415 cash, $450 on Installments Apply to
iui No. 310 Fort street.
FOR SAlE-Pure-brcd, Rough-Coaled, SCOTCH
COLLIE PUPPIES. Just received ex bkt S. N
Castle, from Rancho llonito's Kennels, "allfornla.
Tor further Information apply to M. T. DONNELL,
at WMder's Iloat Shop. Puppies can be seen at No.
114 Kobello Lane. Palama
COR SALE-Several LOTS In the KEWALO Tract.
near town, on the Installment plan Lots at
Kallhl, lots on Young ttrett. Easy terms Apply to
pin 3to Fort street.
COR SALE-One SHIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
oraer. Appiy to rt. v.. man, t-ort si. noi-tr
A TWO-MANUALanJ Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
n Suitable tor chapel or residence. Uergstrom
Music Co . Fort street toil
.rfi ,, !!E lOTOGRAFfcR.
Hf.eUJf re 711 tn 3 Home croups, residences.
Interiors 1 ourlst groups.
anyvvnere in city witiiout extra cnargo KOJax uork.
Rear of Ilulletln nflice. Telephone afl xi
The Entire Orpheum Company In a
MINSTREL FIRST 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
MR. JACKSON HEARDE,
vomeuian i-aie 01 mncauoo s ramous
Just as Funny as Ever
In his original Comedy Musical Act.
A Dash of Sunshine
Prlmler Buck and Wing Dancer.
ABUCTDnMn v, rvMctt
In their Original Act Entitled, "Fnm In a
s-iud," introducing Hag funchlng
The Great and Only
Ucril Admission, a;c. and 50c.
Last six r. vs for Children under la years, 10c.
Reserved Chairs, jx.
Seats can be booked by I'nlng up Telephone 540
Wm. Blaisdell has suod I. II.
Burns for an accounting. Tho
parties interested W6r partners
m the insurance business and tho
division of fees has led to the con
troversy. Tbo difficulty has been
aired alroady before a court of
arbitration consisting of E. O.
Maofarlone, W. S. Withers and J.
S. Walker but the atatementa of
tho contending parties wero so at
variance that tho matter of a set
tlement was despaired of. Tho
regularly constituted court is now
called upon to settle matters.
For additional Shipping News sea seventh pace.
Weather .Bureau, Puliation, Oct 18,
Temperature Morning minimum.
70; Midday maximum, TO.
(Q trometer corrected tor gravity .06.)
.Barometer, 9 am, 30.03. Irregular
Rainfall, tit), 0.40
T)ew Point 05 F.
Humidity nt 0 n m 72 percent.
Diamond Heat! Sttrnal Htatlon, Oct
16, 1 pm Weather cloudy, wind fresh
Wednosday, Oct. 18.
Stinr J A CuinmliiH, Searle, from
Tuestlay, Oct. 17.
Stmr Clautllnc, Camiron, for La
lialnu, Kalmlul and way ports.
titmr Klnau, Freeman, for Laha
lua, IIIlo a.itl way ports.
Stmr WO Hall, Thompson, for Na
wlllwilt, Eleele, KoUa and Hanapope
Stmr Mlknhala, Pedorson, for Ma
kawell, Waimea and Kekaha.
Stmr James Makee, Tullett, for
U S A T Valencia, Lane, for Manila
Wednesday, 0;t. 18.
II K A T lllti tin Jutii.lrn. Wnnl. fnr
Manila with troops.
US AT Sikh, Rowley, for Manila
Simr Maul. Mucdoiinld, for I'aau
liau, Kuknlau, Ookula, Papaloa, Lau
palioehoo and Klhel.
Am hIi Yoscmlte, Anderson, for
Port Townsend In ballast.
TO SAIL THIS AFTEnNOON.
Sehr Walulua, Nelson, for Hanalel
nud Kalihlwal at 5 o'clock.
Stmr Kcauhou. Moshcr. for Laha-
Ina and Kaanapali ut5 o'clock.
VESSELS LEAVINQ TOMORROW.
Stmr Kllauea Hou. Mitchell, for
KtiuimKnitui aim Jiaunaiei at 4 p 111.
Schr Oolilen Gate. Paula, for K'hcl
mid Olowtilu tit 4 p m.
Am relir A J West. Oullvle. for
fJruy'a Iluihor fu ballast.
Am ok CoalliiKti, Evans, for Port
Angeles in ballast.
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
Now fore and main topmasts
linve been placed in position on
tho German ship Tbeodor lying
in tbe stream.
Steamer Elihu Thompson from
Seattle has been lying in tbe
stream n week and today secures
a bortb whore she will discharge
After tho departure of tho Bio
de Janeiro this morning the Japa
nese steamer Tovo Maru docked
at tho PrteiBo Mail wharf. The
work of discharging about GOO
tons of Oriental froight will com
Was It n Jlnul
When the Hongkong Maru was
being taken out the channel by
Pilot Mncaulay at about 9:30
o'clock Saturday night tho second
oflicer went up on tbo bridge and
reported a man overboard astern,
The steamer was stopped as soon
as poasiblo and the pilot boat
mnde a search. No one wob found
It in supposed by Captain
Macaulay that tho "man" was a
dummy tilled with opium.
Foreign Office Notice.
The remains of the late Minister of the
Interior, Captain James Anderson King,
will lie In state at the Executive Building
on Thursday, the 19th Instant, from 11
a. m. until 3 p. m:, and on Sunday, the
22nd Instant, from 11 a. m. until 2 p. m.'
The funeral ceremonies will take place
on Sunday, the 22nd Instant, at 3 p. m.,
under the auspices of the Masonic Fra
ternity. Persons desiring to contribute flowers
are requested to leave them at the Execu
tive Building before 10 o'clock on Thurs
day .ind Sunday mornings.
E. A. MOTT-SMITH,
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Department of Foreign Affairs, Honolulu,
October 18th, 1899,
In the absence of Goo Cheng, Manager
of the lirm of Goo Yook Kee & Co.,
G. Klin Fook will act as Manager of the
Company In his place. All money due
the firm should'be paid to G. Kim Fook.
WKSTEnN MAN WANTED.
San Francisco, Oct. G. Sinco
official announcement has reached
(bis city of the resignation of
William J. Calhoun of the Inter
state Commerce Commission San
Fraucisco merchants havH inaugu
rated an active campaign to securo
the appointment of a PaciGc Coast
man to tho vacancy. Tbe first
practical step was taken yesterday
when tho Chamber of Commerco
aont a telegram to President Mo
Kinloy, asking consideration for
this Coast. In this memorial no
odo has been named for the place.
While tbe merchants of tbiH city
would prefer a San Franciscan
they will make no objection to a
competent man from Oregon or
Washington, if tbe President de
cides to make such an appoint
ment. The Board of Trado and
other trade bodies will lake aotion,
and the intervention of the Pacifio
Congressional representatives will
be urgently solicited.
A case in point in which business
men of the Pacifio Corst have a
vital interest is that of thej St.
Louis Traffic Bureau vs. The
Transcontinental Railways, whioh
comes up on tbo 80th inst.
As tho commission now stands
tho Eastern seaboard is represent
ed by Martin A. Enapp of New
York and Charles A. Prouty of
Vermont, the South by Judson O.
Cements of Georgia, the Middlp
West by Jamoa D. Yeomans of
Iowa and until now by W. J. Cal
h..nn of Illinois, who was appoint
ed in March, 1898
From Prf. Koebel.
A recent letter received from
Prof. Koebele by David Houghs,
Commissioner of Agriculture,
stated that a big shipment of Aus
tralian seeds would be sent forth
in the Miowera. By tho Moana
was recoivtd a small shipment of
lady birds. Tbo amonnt was not
largo as tbe woather was not right
at tno timo or sending. Prof
Koobele was in Sydney whon heard
Tho band will give aconcort at
Thomn? Square Friday evening
but will not play at Makee Island
Sunday afternoon on account of
the funeral of tho late Captain J.
Pacific Import Co,
S ) AT 9
Special Hosiery Sale.
...Best Values That Were Ever Offered in Honolulu, or Anywhere Else !.
1f Jv Ladies' Black Lisle Thread efv per pair.ln
1UU QOZ Hose, regular $1.00 hose at OUC sizes.
OCfn. Jrtr, Ladies' Bl.ick Cotton Hose, rE.
20U QOZ regular' 50 cents, at.... !tC per pair.
Oer -Istf-w Gents' extra heavy Black Cotton rfy 1 OGTBox
lOO ClOZHose, reg. 35c. at this sale attlcOden.
car All our Hosiery we guarantee genuine Hermsdorf dye.
2rSpcial Values will be offered in Hosiery for Boys and Girls.
Ladies' Brown Dress Linen.
Table Linen, in all qualities.
Pacific Import Company.
II 33 Queen Street
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r3'3 AT MANOA &..
Having purchased a tract of the finest
land In Manoa for residence sites, 1 will
now receive applications from parties de
siring to purchase.
These lots are Immediately in front of
the residence of H. E. Cooper, Esq., and
command a grand view of Manoa Valley
and the picturesque country to Diamond i
There are io lots In 2 series, 5 fronting
on the west, or main, Manoa road, and 5
facing on Llhollho street.
The lots are each 100 feet wide, and
from 160 to 286 feet deep. Government
water main laid past the lots on West
Terms one third cash, balance In one
and two years at 6 per cent.
Early application necessary.
33 Ou;en street
GTS. A YARD.
At a Great Reduction
.Genuine Bargains wi'l be offered
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