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HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE.
Commencing Tuesday, October 31.
col. w. a Thompson's Repertoire First tfeek :
Btlh 1 0 11 IruesJas, Oct. 31 SAID PASHA
I VBIfl ODrD A(ThursJy'Nov-2 OLIVETTE
L 1 illU UlljllillSatl,,Jav Matl"ee'Nov-4 MASCOTTB
fl OTlfTI A H3XT Saturday Night. Nov. 4 ...CAVALLERIA
U Ulflr All I ' RUST,CANA and LA BELLE HELENE-
Prices $2.00, $1.50. $1.00, 50 cents.
Curtain rises promptly at 8 o'clock. Carriages, at 10:30. '358
Hunting Season, - -
Which Is now well on, we have to offer a good
assortment of cheap, 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 Powders, for those who do
their own loading.
Plover and other Decoys, Hunting Coats and Hits, Cartridge Belts,
Loading Tools, &c, &c.
Cor. "Fort and Kinc: Sts.
Columbia nnil llambler Agents.
POSITIVELY LAST PER
Mr. Clay Clement
AND EXCELLENT COMPANY.
Tuesday Night, Oct. 24th,
The Powerful Melodrama,
Thursday, Oct. 26,
By Request, Mr. Clement's Masterpiece,
The New Dominion.
SATURDAY, OCT. 28,
Shakespeare's Great Tragedy,
MONDAY, OCT. 30,
Positively L-ist Performance,
The Ticket oi" Leave Man.
' '!'i ' (
Notice Is hereby given that WongChong
and Chock Kit have this day sold their
entire Interest In the firm of Wing Chew
Lung Co. to the Company.
WING CHEW LUNG CO.
Horoiulu, Oct. 19, "899. 1357
KIM II $J.-. AMI COSTS
J. Ciimminga nppoarcd in the
Police Court this foreuoon on the
charge of furious nnd heedless
driving on the night of tho Gth
inst. Tho case was postponed
from timo to time on account of
tho condition of Knanaana, the-l
native woman Cummings ran into
on Liliba :treot. Indeed Kaana
ana showed bi'cdb of not having
fully recovered from the out
ncrosfl her head when Bhe testified
Oumniingfl was proven boyond
a doubt tho man who rodo tho
horso uud Judge Wilcox fined de
ftndint S75 and coats, remarking
that tho case was a very bad ono.
Deputy Marshal Chilliugworth
nppeared for the prosecution and
Attorney Kanlukon for tho do
fonse. An appeal may 1)3 made
but this is doubtful.
How Guam was taken is told in
On To Manila.
Card of Thanks.
For kind assistance rendered the family
during the past w eek, for the many ex
pressions of sympathy, to those who par
ticipated In honoring the memory of tfie
deceased, to members of the Masonic fra
ternity, and"to"all Government officers
and "private citizens, the widow of the
late Captain J. A. Klnc herebv convevs
I her most heartfelt and sincere thanks.
Honolulu, October 23, i8yy.
During my absence from the Hawaiian
Islands, Mr. V. M. Graham will a.t for
me In all business matters, under power of
Honolulu, Oct. 23, 1899,
1358 URUCE CARrWKIGHT.
2. Lot at Palama, about acre.
1. A de-room lodging house, with a ir
. A gdci aving uusiness and large lot
of land,centr.'niy IccatM.
i. 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, Beretania street (Ka
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
Q Pout Office Lane, - Honolulu.
ftfSpdt. ' '! column will be Imerled at If emit
'SriZZm a tine first lnitrHon;.to cents second inter,
lion! 10 ttnli a ti and to cents a month, lilt it the
cheapest advertising aer offered the people of Honolulu.
COR SALr-Lut- nt Walklkl. $ij eich
' Lotsat Knllhl, fitiit'ch.
I ots on Young street, $1,500 each.
Lois at Kilihl, Tv each.
I oil In Nuuanu valley, all prices
Mouse and Lot at Kewalo,
Lots at k'ewalo, all prices
House and I ot at Punihiu 1 blrgaln
House and Laree Lot H Kalllil rvehiap.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIIH.fc.
"M Nn )tu I oil street.
TENT with flv floored and furnished, cheap! rear ol
Llclillg's Photo Tent. 606 Fort street.
AUeautlful Stein iy Parlor Grand PIANO. (rood
as new, Kill be sold tor less than '.' Itsreatvalue,
for cash Apply next door to Lagle House, to Ci, R.
POR SAin-One it-Inch Y flTTING, with flanEes
flanires are tinned for la-Inch well
e, a desirable flttlnc lor Irrigating pipes, J
IbLUTII & CO, -? King St. Kit
FOR SALE-Pure-breJ, Rough-Coated. SCOTCH
COLLIE PlIIM'lrS. JikI received ai hkt S. N
Castle, from Rancho llonlto's Kennels, California,
Tor further Information apply to M. T. DONNbLL,
at WHder's Boat Shop. Puppies can te seen at No,
l?4 RqmIIo Lane. Palama IU4
POR SALE-One SIIIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
I order. Apply to H. G, Ulart. Fort St. tioftl
ATWO-MANUALand Pedal Diss REED ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or residence. Bergstrom
Music Co., Fort street io6
OOM TO LET Suit one or tn-o, rrliate famllj;
910 monui, 40 acnooi sireei, IJ59
pURNISHED ROOM TO LETt $5 per month, nrl
I ate faintly. CrfVincsar J street, J Jvors trom
Queen Hotel i)8
fO RENT Two Furnished I RONT ROOMS
Telephone f'87. ml
POR RENT-A small rilRNISHEI) COTTAGE of
I 5 rooms and bath, on Llllha street, above Kua
klul, No jn. Injure L. A . II iltetin office. "it
TO LET-FURNISHbD ROOMS, with HOARD.
1 610 Hotel street. Walklkl end Tel. 166. i))
POR RENT A furnished "ROOM, at 7) lleretanla
I street, opp. Hawaiian HoUl it
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE. Fort St7 test
I rooms and attendance In city, ni
A NICE COTTAGE, furnished or unfurnished: j
rooms and a cool stores Aloha House, Tort
COR RENT A LARGE HOUSE.
suitable tor a
1 HOTI.L OR HOARDING HOUSE.
14 rooms and kitchen. Desirable location In town,
newly painted anj papered: 9 patent closets; a porce
lain baths, with hot and cold water laid on. Electric
light throughout. Reasonable rent to a desirable
tenant Tor further particulars apply to GEAR,
LANSING & CO.. Judd Uulldlng. mi
UANTFD-A SITUATION OF ANY KIND, by a
' discharged Volunteer. Best referinces. Ad
dress W. S this office; i)s6
ANTED SITUATION learning to tend bir. Ad-
dress rtsiLKH-AW, lluiietln iiitice. im
pil-ST-CI ASS JAPANLSE COOK WANTS PO
I SITION. Ten jears experience. Address
SUZUKI. P.O. HosSojj iti4
WANTED-POSITION b ciperlenccd bookkeeper,
I Irst-class references. Address J G Bulletin
WANTED A position bv an Intelligent,
voung American. Good address; r
n. uuuetin omce.
ANTED soo Men to iret shaved for nc.
W barbers). II. JEI t-S. 610M Fort street, orr.
AN OLD SIQN.
The news comes fiom Waialna
that an old native prouheaicd the
hoavy rains of last week nnd that
ho i" confident the storm has not
yet ceased. This of itself: is not
particularly interesting bnt tho
cause e tbo prediction certainly
is. It seems that the native ol.
served tho nppoarnnco in general
of the Pride of Iudia treis in the
neighborhood. TIiih was a stand
by of the natives in the olden
times. If during a dry spell the
Pride of India treea showed an
abundance of leaves with that
very dark appearance, known to
tho natives as uliuli, there was
sure to be an abundance ot rain
and whole families wonld take to
their gardens to plant their pota
toes and other vegetables.
Not many people know of this
sign among tho natives and in
deed, but iow Hawaiians of tho
present day ore acquainted with it.
However, speak on tho subj'pot to
au old timo Hawaiian and he will
toll you how tho Prido of India
forecasts the weather.
Work on tho Orphoura build
ing is being rapidly pushed ahead.
Undor tho direction of II. L.
Kerr & Oo, an offioient staff of
carpontors haro beou omployed
night nnd day continuously. Tho
new floor has been laid with an
extensive slope from tho rear for
ward and tbo numerous ventila
tors in tbo roof ami sides placed
in position. Tho now ohairs too
so long in transit hnvo actually
materialised. Everything will bo
in readinoss for the graud open
ing on Saturday night Erst when
now talont with an entire change
of pr:giara will be presented.
The largest audience of the soa
eon was present at the Friedentbal
reoital in tho Y. M. 0, A. last
ovoning. Herr Friedenthal was
accorded an onthusiastio reception,
Unfortunately Mrs. Montague
Tumor was ill and thoroforo un
able to sing, Prof. Berger played
on a second piano in tbo last se
lection. The Bulletin, 76c per month
r-or additional Shipping, News see seventh page.
Weather Bureau, Punahou, Oct 21.
Tomiieratu.ro Mornltiu' minimum.
71; Midday maximum, 71).
Barometer corrected for gravity .06 )
nitrometer,!) a 111, IIO.OJ. Steady
Uninfall, do, 0 .IK)
Dew Point 02 R
Humidity nt 0 a 111 53 perceut.
Diamond Head BiKital Station, Oct
21, 1 pin Weather clear, wind fresh
Monday, Oct. 23.
Stmr Xllliau, Gregory, fromKau.
5,000 bags sugar to 0 Brewer &
c;n.. .19 head catt'o to Metropolitan
Tuesday, Oct. 21.
S 8 Carlisle City, Altken, frtim
Ytikoliania with 700 Japanese contract
Monday, Oct. 23.
Stmr Mokolll, Sachs, for Kaunaka
knl. Stmr Wnlaleale, Green, for liana
iikuiIii and Aliuklnl.
Haw bk Foolinn Suey, WJIIett,
Am bktKllkltat, Cutler, Port Town-
Scltr Kawallaul, Maka, Koolau.
Tuestlay, Oct. 24.
Stmr Mnutm Tibft. Sluiersou, for
rilialiia, Maalaca, Korid initl Kali
Stmr Kiuau, Freeman, for Laha
Ina, Hllo and way ports.
Stmr Noenu, Wyinan, for Hono
ktta ami Knkullmelo.
TO SAIL THIS AFTEIINOON.
Stmr Kllaucn Hon,
Kaunakakal nt 4 o'clolc
Kelir Ada, Moses, for Hauatel and
Kalililwnl atO p 111
Stinr Claud I ne, Cameron, for Laha
lua, Kaliulul and way ports at 5 p in
StmrWO Hall, Thompson, forNa
willwlll and way ports at opm.
Stmr Mlkalmla, Pedersen, for Kauai
ports at 5 p in.
Stmr Kcauhou, Moshcr, for Laha
ina and ICaauap.ill at 4 p m.
S S Carlisle City, Altken, for San
Francisco nt 5 p m.
For Luhaina, Maalnoa, Kona
and Ivnu por stmr Mauna Loa,
Oct. 24 llDNolDr. WD Mc
Ways, Ohinese Lady, Suau Elo
uoka,NKay, Mrs E Kenkeu, S
I Murphy, Dr Lindaoy, M M
O'ShouchnesBey, Mrs H Wiggins,
Dr Haynshi. Wm J K Natmle,
VVm G Hall, M M liuah nnd T
For Ijihaina, ICahului and way
ports per stmr Olaudine, Oct. 24
W II Hoogs, Mrs W O Smith.Mrs
Schrnder, Thoodoro ltichnrds, 0
H Jenniugs, Mrs D K Kaialiilii,
A W Filler, J Muir,Mis4 MoLean,
b'J Wheeler, wifo out! 2 children
and nurse, Mrs Gilhus, I.ev D H
Lahilahi, Scott Wright and J 8
For Lihainn, Hilo and i way
ports per stmr Kinau, Oj(. 24
I.obort liycroft, W W Groen.Misa
II Dowsett, Miss E H Parker,
William Graham, A Homer. M
Sato, Becky Ihihi, Miss Ihihi,
James Bicknell, Mrs E H Kleu
(el, A Wiwht and wife, Mole Ka
uai, Mhs Knhni.Annio Ohia, Mir
Hnttio Taylor, Miss Beatrico Tay
lor, l.ev Obaa A Austin, Mrs J
Uonton, Ubas Hapai, W II Oatnp
bell, A J Campbell, Alfred Kana
uko, .T W Oathcart, W H Craw
ford, WSpiller, G Schumann, 0
B Gray, W G "Walker.
Ilnokeil for Ihe I'onal
For San Franoiscb per S. S.
Chian, Oct. 21. Miss G B Jordan,
Miss H 11 Jordan, Mr and Mrs H
St Goar, Mr and Mrs J 0 Baas,
Miss Lilly Blum, Mrs E Lyon,
Godfrey Browu, Captain Matson,
wife and ohild, M M Grossmann,
Miss Charlotte Hall, Mrs T G
Thrum, Mias Thrum, Hon S Par
ker and party, Alfred Carter,
Bruce Cartwright, Mrs Sohanliner,
Albert Fricdenthal, Miss Kansan,
Mr Arthur, G F Bulon and wife,
Dr F h Talccssy and menus, Mrs
F M Morgan, 1 L Moore, L F
Prosoott, G M Whitney, Mrs
Forsyth, Jas 0 Neil and 2 friends,
and W Y Linnoy.
THE DAY'S STOCK REPORT
IWtueen Hoards This Mornlne 20 Walalua caM
1C0. 5 WaUlut as 120, 100 Honokaa u5.
Session This Mornlne n Wlafua paU ijj, 50
do hi, to Pioneer 940, 10 Honotnu 195, 10 do 19,,
loKlhel 1 j 75
Uetween UoarJs Yesterday Afternoon 100 Ewa
Session Yesterday Afternoon 100 llonok 11 14 25.
S Klhel 1 50.
" And what a wealth of enjoy
ment did the first detachment of
America's army of invasion derive
from this.day at Honolulu." From
O" 0 Manila.
Good Homer Seme.
The Mexican burros nBcertaln where
to dig for water by closely observing
the muftice of the- giouud. One ob
"We had found water iu an nrroya
of a hulllclont quantity to make cof
fee, hen vu saw three burros soai-cli-lug
for water. They passed sceral
tlauip places, csamlulug the ground
closely, when the leader halted near us
and began to paw a hole In the hot,
dry sand. llaUng dug a holo some
thing over n foot In depth, lie backed
out and watched It Intently. To our
biirprlse It soon began to 1111 witli wa
ter. Then he Sulvnnced, took a drink
and stepped aside for his companions
to tlrlnlc. When they went away, we
drank from their well and found the
water to bu much cooler than any we
had found for many a day. Theie Is
no witchcraft about Mexican burros,
but they hae good horso sense."
A Strauico Teal of 3Innhooil.
Tho ancient Clan Macleod used to
exercise a strange test to prove tho man
hood ot their chieftains. At Dunvcgan
castle, on the island of Skyc, there is
preserved the largo horn known as
"Rory Moro's Horn." This capaciona
voascl holds rather moro than a bottle
and a half of liqnor. According to the
old custom, every laird of Macleod was
obliged on his coming of age to fill this
horn with claret and without onco lay
lug it down to drain It to tho dregs.
This was taken as a proof of his man
hood, and ho was then deemed n worthy
successor to the lairds of tho past.
"Men are (piocr auitnala," said the
pessimist. "They uro all laoro or less
"Oh, 1 don't belicvo thatl" replied
the optimist. "I think thero nro plenty
of people who strive to bo honest. I
know I do, and I don't give myself
credit for being any better than the
majority of men."
"Then why do you ask mo how my
health Is every timo wo meet and stand
around and look bored If I tell yont"
TlilttK He I)oent Know.
rnruer Medders Wlwt's yer
Hiram golu tor do when ho
Farmer Corntossel He's goln ter
stay right hcic on tho farm tilt he
sorter begins ter realize that tbey's
ono or two things lie don't know. San
Complete pictorial history of mi
litary cprations in the Pacific is
given Jn On To ft'ia..'.!:.
Pacific Import Co.
THURSDAY V .
Special Hosiery Sale.
...Best Values That Were EverOffered in Honolulu, or Anywhere Else .
4f J. Ladies' Black
1UU GOZ Hose, regular
Ladies' Black Cotton Hose,
regular 50 cents, at. . . .
lOCf lnr Gents' extra heavy Black Cotton rtji CkCf0XV
lOO QOZHose, reg. 35c. at this sale atCjI250dozen.
csyAll our Hosiery we guarantee genuine HermsdorY dye.
BSrSpecial Values will be offered in Hosiery for Boys and Girls.
Ladies' Brown Dress Linen.
Table Linen, in all qualities.
Pacific Import Company.
33 Queen Street
On THURSDAY, Oct. 20,
-. AT io O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the residence of Mr. S. B. Rose. Green
street, between Kaplolanl and Victoria,
I will sell at Public Auction, the house
hold furniture, consisting, In part, of
HANDSOME PARLOR FURNITURE,
PICTURES AND RUGS,
Writing Desk, Center Tables, Music Box,
Oak Brdroom Sets, Chiffonier, Curtains,
Poles, Hall Carpet. Matting, Big Walnut
Extension Table, Blk. Walnut Sideboard,
Ice Box, Meat Safe,
STOVE, KITCHEN UTENSILS,
Glassware, Crockery, Wilcox & Glbbs
GENTLE SADDLE HORSE,
PALMS AND FERNS.
JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctioneer.
Having purchased a tract of the finest
land in Manoa for residence sites, I 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
There are io lots In 2 series, 5 fronting
on the west, or main, Manoa road, and 5
facing on Liholiho street.
The lots are each 100 feet wide, and
from 160 to 286 feet deep. Government
water main laid past the lots on Wet
Terms one third cash, balance In oni
and two years at 6 per cent.
Early application necessary.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
3? Oueen street
U1S. A I Ml)
$1.00 hose at
At a Great Reduction
. Genuine Bargains wi'l be offered
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