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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., OOTOBEH 20, lbt).
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Porter Furniture Co.,
WAVBRLBY BLOCK, COR.
Hunting Season, - -
Which Is now well on, we have to offer n good
assortment of cheap, medium and high-priced Shot Guns. The well
known L.C. Smith gun In several grades j 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 folding.
Plover and other Decoys, Hunting Coats and Hats, Cartridge Belts,
Loading TooN, &c, &c.
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Oor. Fort and Kins Sts.
2. Lot at Palama, about H acre.
3. A iic-room lodging house, with a la
.A goc3 -aving ousiness and large lot
of land, umrauy located.
5. Farm at Hamakua, Hawaii ; part Id
6. Lot 50 x 120 Quarry street, near H.
7. Farm at S. Kona, part In coffee.
b. Lot 75 x 2oo, oereiania street vi.a
For further particulars apply to
G Pont Oftlco Lone, - Honolula
Mochanic'e Homo, corner Hotel
and Nunanu etroets, lodging by
day, week or month. Terms: 25
and CO cents por nigbt. $1 and
$1.25 per week. "
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HOTEL AND BETHEL ST S.
Mr, Clay Clement
AND EXCELLENT COMPANY.
Saturday Matiaee, Oct. 21st,
LAST LADIES' MAI INEE,
Saturday Night, Oct. 21st,
The Gredtest of All Melodramas,
First Appearance of
MR. FRANK CURTIS.
Prices Evenings, $1.50, $1 and 50c. ,
Prices Matinees, It, 75c and 50c.
Seats now on sale at WALL, NICHOLS
Hawaiian Opera House.
WrCSJl. in Ibit column uill be InnrliJ altfctnlt
kj32 d Hncfirtl inicrtlon; to ctnti ttcond inur
tiont o centl a uttk and a ctnti a month. Ibit it tbc
ebctpett aJltrtltin? ever offered tbc people of 'Honolulu.
UANTfD-A SITUATION OF ANY KIND. Iy
JlsclurceJ Voluntetf. Bet reference!. Ad
dress W. S., this oflice. i6
ED SITUATION learning to tcnJ bar. AJ'
drest AMERICAN, Bulletin nfficc. i;
ClfcST.CUSS JAPANESE COOK WANTS PO-
.1 SITION. Ten years experience Address
SUZUKI. P.O. UOX6s. l)4
U ANTED POSITION by experienced bookkeeper.
W rirst-class references. Address J. Ci.. Bulletin
oflice. , i)4'
WANTED A position by an Intelligent, educated
youne American. Good address; references
K. uunetin pmce. ni
VXANTED 500 Men to eet shaved for 15c. (white
Club Stables ' iiog-tf
TO RENT-Tw(5- I'urnlshed TRONT ROOMS.
Telephone 687. im
PRONT ROOM, newly furnKhed.TO LET; moderate
I rent. 62O Vineyard t.. 3 doors from Queen Hotel.
COR RENT-A small TURNISHED COTTAGE of
1 rooms and bath, on Llllha street, above Kua
klnl, No ). Inquire L. A . lljlletln office. i4r
TO LET-FURNISHED ROOMS, with DOARD.
1 610 Hotel street. WalklMend Tel. 66. 1)1 J
TO LET-AnlceTURNISHED ROOM. In a prl
1 vate family, situated on I'ermcoU street, within
easy access to the cars. Arnly to
ii4j No. tio Tort street
PR RENT-A furnished ROOM, at j lleretanla
Street, opp. Hawaiian Hotel M6
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE, Fort St. Uest
rooms and attendance In city.
A NICE COTTAGE, furnished nr unfurnished: 5
rooms and 1 good stores. Aloha House, Fort
COR RENT-A LARGE HOUSE, viable lor a
I 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
light throughout. Reasonable rent to a desirable
tenant. For further particulars apply to GEAR,
LANSING & CO.. Juid Building. Hit
A Beautiful Stelnway Parlor Grand PIANO, good
as new. will be sold for less than U Its real valup,
for cah Arply next door to Eagle lloue, to G. R
A HOUSE AND LOT TOR SALE, close In. Ji.too.
rt ApplytoDR.NOBLITT. Lincoln Block, King
street, between 11m. and 1 p. m. 1)4)
PR SALE-One u-lncli V TITTING, with flanges
comrjlete: llanees are tanned for la-Inch well
casing: a desirapie nttmg tor irrigating pipes, j
L.MWLLU 1 1 1 JVC 1.U . S17-MO Mug
POR SALE-HOUSE AND LOT on Queen street.
containing 3 bed-rooms, parlor, dining-room, etc
Prl(e$i8s Apply to
310 Fort street.
PR SALE-Lots at Walklkl. opposite Makee Isl
and, ftii cash, $450 on Installments Apply to
1313 No. 3to Fort street.
POR SALE-Pure-bred, Rough-Coated. SCOTCH
r COLLIE PUPPIES. Just received ex but S. N
Castle, from Rancho Bonlto's Kennels, California,
Tor further Information arply to At. T. DONNELL.
at Wllder's Boat Shop. Puppies can be seen at No.
hi Robello Lane. Palama. 1314
PR SALE-Several LOTS In the KEWALO Tract,
near town: on the Installment plan. Lots at
Kallhl; lots on Young street. Easy terms. Apply to
1313 Mo. 310 i-ort street.
COR SALE-One S1I1PMAN ENGINE In perfect
r order. Apply to H. G. Plan. Tort St. 1101-lf
ATWO-AtANUALand Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or residence. Bergstrom
Music Co , Tort street 1067
jr.SI !.,,., HOME rOTOGRAFfcR.
Jff:Jlt . JftMUl rTj Home groups, residences.
" Interiors Tourist groups
anwhere In city without extra charge . Kodak work.
Rear of Bulletin office. Telephone aso nu
a-v w F8"JV:
J The Bulletin can satisfy J
k, an your wain lb. it nas
w established a
Subscribers to tbc BUL
LETIN not receiving their pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying tbe Husi
ness Office, Telephone 256.
For additional ShlpplntiNtws sea seventh page.
Weathor Bureau, Punaliou, Oct 20.
Temperature Morning minimum.
09; Midday maximum, 70.
(Barometer corrected for gravity .06,)
Barometer, 0 a m, 29.03. Trregular
Rainfall, do, 0.38
Dew" Point 08 F.
Humidity at 9 a m 78 percent.
Mnnoii Report Rainfall, 2.01 -to 0
Kancohe Rainfall, 1.34 between 0
Diamond Head Bttrnal Station. Oct
20. 1 pm Weather cloudy, wind fresh
Thursday, Oct. 19.
Stmr Mokolll, Sachs, front Molo
knl with 10 bag4 taro.
St'hr Ada, Moses, from Hanalol.
Schr Blanche and KlIa,DmloIt, from
' Friday, Oct. 20.
Stmr Mituna Loa, Slmcruou, from
Lahalna, Mnaluea, Kona and Kau
with mall, nasse Hirers. 7517 batrs auear
249 bags roireo, 27 head cattle, 2
norsca, 1:7 nogs, 47 odis littles and uia
Thurwlay, Oct. 1&.
Stmr Kllauea IIou, Mitchell, for
Kuunakakal ind Mauualel'
Schr Golden Gate, Pallia, for K'hel
Stmr Mokolll, Dower, for Kaunaka
kal mid Maunalol.
Schooner Lady, Martin, for Koolau.
Am snhr Jennie Wand, Oleson, for
Friday. Oct. 20.
Am schr Transit, Jorgenscn, for San
Francisco with 25J tons scrap Iron,
000 colls blk wire, 220 ba6s codec.
VESSELS LEAVING TOMOIHIOW.
Stmr Ktlohana, Thompson, forLa
halua nml Kaanapall at 2 p 111.
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Heavy rains reported at Hama
kua and Kolo, no rain at Kau.
The only merobantman lying in
tbo stream today is the Gorman
Soboonor Transit for San Pran
cieoo today carried among other
tbinga 220 bags of coffee.
Much mud is noticablo in the
waters of tbo harbor today having
been washed f torn the streets by
the heavy rains.
Ship Qeorge Curtis is now at
tbe Irirgard wharf, at which the
barkenttnes Irmgard and W. Q.
Irwin also have berths.
S'eamer Mauna Loa cxnerieno-
od comparatively fair weathor
from Lahaino, 1 hours woro oo
cupipd in coming down.
Steamer Elihu Thompson fin
ished discharging late yesterday
afternoon and sailed for Seattle
whero Bho loads aoain for Hono
There is no lack of room at tho
docks forships today, no vessels
nre awaiting berths, every boat
being supplied with a place at the
British ship Anttope has all
necessary ballast aboard, all sail
bent and everything in readiness
for a speedy departuro should od-
vices expected from Graco fc Co.
of San Francisco on tho America
Maru today, so permit.
From Lahainn, Maalaon,, Kona
and Kan, per stmr Mauna Loa,
Oct 20 Mrs Tom Black, Man
Yuen, Mrs Viereros, Mrs T K
R Amalu, Miss O Kaelelo, Miss
Addio Beku, W Greenwell, Mr
Kuaimoku, J Jones, Dr Hayashi,
J Brown and family, W H Corn
well, G P Wilder, Mrs G Schra-
der, D J Coleman, J Campbell, J
N S Williams. A J Storm. A Bort-
feld, GStadler, II Moore, WO
Grepg, A P Boiler, Dan Porter,
Mr Preitas and 111 deck.
THE DAY'S STOCK REPORT
Session Thl Morning 5 Hawaiian Electric 185,
5 JoiBj, jooOlaa 1,75.
Notice is hereby given that J. A.
Mehrten Is no longer connected with the
firm of Coyne, Mehrten Furniture Cq. In
any capacity. I555
Is the foretaste of the whole day. Spoil
that and we probably spoil all."
Be su-e the coffee Is good, and that It
LEWIS & CO.,
Telephone 340. tn Fort St.
Diamond! In a Volcano.
An Interesting discovery from a geo
logical view point 1ms recently been
rnado In tbo WItrlos Hook mountains,
In Natal. On tbo summit of nn extinct
volcnno, near tho edgo of a lake, tilling
tbo former crater, soundings havo es
tablished tbo presences of a sand layer
containing small diamonds. It would
bo Instructlvo to know whether these
diamonds woro there accidentally or
whether tho Und Is connected with a
diamond Held, for tho said mountains
aro not situated In' a district known to
bo dlamantlferous.' Considering the
latter supposition, tho presenco of pre
cious stones In tbo crater of a volcano
will doubtless throw some light upon
tho formation of precious stones In na
ture. Die Udolraetall Industrie.
About a Sommer Word.
The most expensive word that can
properly bo applied to a woman Is the
word "dainty." A woman may be
stylish, well dressed, good looking, half
a hundred other things without any
considerable amount of expense, but to
livo up to the requirements of tbe word
"dainty" means that the person so des
ignated has lelsuro absolutely nnen
croacbed upon. It means money plenti
fully supplied, a taste unspoiled by a
desire for extravagance of color or form.
"Dainty" means oil these and many
other things, says tbe New York Her
ald. It means absolute freshness of ma
terial, of ribbons, laces, muslins, gar
nitures of all kinds. It means organdies
nucrumplod, ruffles fresh from launder
ing, laces unspotted from the world and
from everything else, water, soap,
starch in abundance.
That It All no Did.
This gentleman announced. that lit
would sing that beautiful ballad entitled
"In Old Madrid." Now York World.
rtorr to Hake Flab. Saoce.
For baked flsli mix thoroughly tho
yolka of two hard boiled eggs, a small
wineglassful of salad oil, a largo table
spoonful of sharp vinegar, a llttlo dry
mustard and a tablespoonful of chop
ped pickles or capers.
Tlie Bulletin, 76 cents per month.
Pacific Import Go.
THURSDAY v . ..
FRIDAY I AT ti
SATURDAY f "
Special Hosiery Sale.
Best Values That Were EverOffered In Honolulu, or Anywhere Else
iff Jv Ladies' Black Lisle Thread r-" per pair.In
IUU QOZ -Hose, regular $1.00 hose at OUC all sizes.
Ofn 4-vrv Ladies' Black Cotton Hose, rt
ZOU QUZi regular 50 cents, at.... ZZOC per pair.
IQCT 4srw Gents' extra heavy Black Cotton jt Off Box
IOO UOHose, reg. 35c at this sale at lit dozen,
CSTAH our Hosiery we guarantee genuine Hermsdorf dye.
1 iftrSpecial Values will be offered in Hosiery for Boys and Girls.
Ladies' Brown Dress Linen.
Table Linen, in all qualities.
Pacific Import Company.
t 33 Queen Street
999 AT MANOA fcfcfc
Having purchasod a tract of the finest
land In Manoa for residence sites, I will
now receive applications f rom I parties d
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
There are to 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 ons
and two years at 6 per cent.
Early application necessary;
3) Queen street
"M" " "
At a Great Reduction
. . . Genuine Bargains wiU be offered
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