Newspaper Page Text
t T F" j ( ' '-," yr -'"((
lUil UnU Lbl.l.li'ilA: laOdNvyAjOAjll, M. 1.,
6, l6l. ' wyW
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE.
Commencing Tuesday, October 31.
col. w7a Thompson's Repertoire First Week .
IlllS 1 ll 11 IruesJav.O.t. )i SAID PASHA
I VRTf1 ftBPR Ay Jay,Nov'2 mawitana
L I JXlu UFiJilii Vsjiurjay m ,iinte Nv-4
fl nnifl) A Ttf V I :.. Bohemian girl
U Ullll All 1 Saturday Night, Nov. 4 MASCOTTE
Prices $".00, $1.50. $1.00, 50 cents.
Siiturdiiy Mutinee Prices $1.50, $1.00. 50 c
Curtain rises promutly .it 8 o'clock. CirriaRes at 10:30. 1358
Hunting Season, - -
Which In now well on, we have to offer a good
assortment iif cheap, medium and high-priced Shot Guns. The well
KnwnL.C. Smith Rim In several grades; also the Parker and Remington.
fine stock of LoaJed Shells, both black and smokeless powders;
and a full assortment of Wads, Shells, and Powders, for those who do
their own loading.
Plover and otiier Decoys, Hunting Coats and Hats, Cartridge Belts,
Loading Tools &c, &c.
E. 0. HALL
Cor. TPort and Kino: Sts.
POSITIVELY LAST TWO
Mr. Clay Clement
AND EXCELLENT COMPANY.
Thursday, Oct. 26,
By Request, Air. Clement's Masterpiece,
Shakespeare's Great Tragedy,
New : Talent : Just : Arrived
By the Australia, for the
Grand : Opening
RAND, RAND AND RAND.
The Greatest Comedy Trio that has ever
appeared In Honolulu.
MISS MINNIE DREYFUS,
Spanish Dancer and Singer.
Descriptive Soloist and Comic Singer.
Full Program in
Frldtiy's Issue h
Notice Is hereby given that Wong Chong
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.
Honolulu, Oct. 19, 1899. 1357
& SON, Ltd
IWAIALUA AGRICULTURAI COM-
Chore will be a meeting of the stock
holders of the Waialua Agricultural Com
pany, Limited, at tre Chamber of Com
merce, In Honolulu, on Friday, October
27th, itSgo, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the
following purposes :
1. To consider the advisability of In
creasing the capital stock of the Company
uy the Issue of 10,000 new shares, and the
method of issue, and the persons to whom
such shares should be Issued.
2. To consider the nuestlon of seeking a
compromise of the suit of J. H. Soper et al
v. B. F. Dillingham and 'I he Waialua
Agricultural Company, Limited, so far as
this Company Is concerned.
' 3. To elect a Director.
4. To consider any other business which
may be legally brought before said meet
ing. E. D. I ENNEY,
Secretary W.ilalu-i Agricultural Co., Ltd.
OJST XO 3B.
IX CANS, AT THK
BEAVER LUflCH iD0$.
II. J. NOLTi:, Proprietor.
2. Lot at Palama, about H acre.
l.A Ac-room lodelng house, with a is-
y ear lease.
.A gees -aving ouslness and largt lot
of land,iintrany iccattc.
j. Farm at Hamakua, Hawaii; part !n
6. Lot 50 x 120 Quarry street, near H.
7. Farm at S. Kona. part In coffee.
8. Lot 75 x 200, Beretanla street (Ka
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Post Office Lane, - Ilonolula.
Thoro is only one Josso Mooro
Whiskey in tho world and that is
cold ana pure. Lovejoy & Co.,
are distributors for tho Hawaiian
iJpSfS''''- ' till column willtl innrlrJ at lltlntl
W uttntfinl Initrtlon: to tenlt tetonJtnitr
honi 0 riMj a tycra aiJ o ttnll a month, lbtt ti tkt
titeptil tdurtlilnt tmr offtrtJ Ut fiefll 0 Honolulu.
GOOD SOLICITOUS: liberal commission or sal
ary. Call Bulletin oftict. 10 m n6i
WANTED-SITUATION, hy a young Japanese
woman, lo do llchl house oik, nr as nurse in a
private family Address M A . II11 If tin onV 1 (
WANTFD-A SITUATION Ol ANY KIND, hv a
dUclinged Voluntier. Het rilerences. Ad
dress W, S.. this office. i6
WANTED-SITUATION learning M tmd bar. Ad
dress AMERICAN. Iliillelln iiffico, iw
pil-ST-CLASS JAPANESU COOK WANTS PO
I SITION. Ten sears etrerlenfe Address
SUZUKI, P. O. Box 86s.
vv Hrst-class references. Address.) O.. llulletln
WANTED A position bv an Intelligent, educated
youne American flood address, references
K," Bulletin office.
WANTfD 500 Men to get shaved for 15c. (white
" parpers). 11. jLr-t-.
610M Fort street, opp.
THREE MCELY FURNISIII.I) ROOMS ipwle
IllCh School , I mma St Telephone ops' t.oi
TWO COTTAGES POH RENT: desirable locitlon.
' In town For further particulars ariK tiGLAR.
LANSING U CO. ufro
OOM TO LET Suit one or two private family:
?ionMinin .0 Jtii.nirsHct'i, M59
FURNISHED ROOM TO I ET: $5 per month- prl
1 vateiamii. Oji vinesard strcu,
I Tilfplmne (8r
I urnlshed I RONT
LET rURNISIILD ROOMS. llh HOARD.
610 Hotel street. Walklkl end Tel. )W. lj.)
COR RENT A furnlsheJ ROOM, at J) Heretanla
street. rp Hawaii in Hotel it 16
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE, Fort St. Ileal
rooms and attendance In city,
A NICE COTTAGE, furnished
r unfurnished, c
rooms and a cool stores
Aloha House, I nrt
COR SALE-Lots it Walklkl, im each.
I lots at Kallhl. $jveach.
I ots on Young street $i,ui each,
lots at Kallhl Ssuieash
I ots In Nuuaru Valley, all prl.es.
House and Lot at Kenalo.
Lots at Kewalo, all prlcts
I ots at Punihou
House and l.ot at Pun thou a birgaln
House and Large lot at Kallhl rrv cheap.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIIKiL.
13x9 No )io I ort str.it.
TLNT stills llv floored and furnished cheap; rear of
Llchtlg's Photo Tent, V6 Fort street. im
COR SALE-One n-lnch Y iTlTING, with flanges
1 complete flanees arc tapped for la-inch well
casing: a desirable fitting for Irrigating pipes. J
EMMbLUril &CO iir-awKlngSt H4i
POR SALF-lhire-r-red. Rough-Coaled. SCOTCH
r COLLIE PUPPIES. Just received ei t-kt S. N
Castle, from Ranchn Honlto's kennels. California
lor lurtner iniormatinnarpiyto ai. liu.i.itui.,
at Wilder' lloal Shop Puppies can be seen at No.
114 Ror-ello Lane. Palama i)4
PR SALE-One SHIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
order. Apply to II. G. Blart. Tort St. noflf
A TWO-MANUALand Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
" Suitable for chapel or residence, liergstrom
Music Co. Fort street
All claims against the Urltisli ship
Antiope nuist be filed with Alexander V
Baldwin for bettlement before 4 o'clock
1361 GEO. W. MURRAY, Mister.
All "holders of "Dillingham" stosk of
the Waialua Agricultural Company, Ltd.,
.ire urgently requested to oil at the oflice
of B. F. Dillingham, 209 Judd Building,
at any time before 9:30 a. m., Friday, Oct.
27, i8oy. ij6i
Heir Pastor Isenberg wlrd am Sonnt.tg,
den 29 October Vonnlttags 1 1 Uhr elnen
deutschen Gottesdlenst In der Y. M. C. A.
Hall abhalten, wou alle Deutschen tin-
geladen werden, urn bohufs Gruendung
einer Deutsch bvang. I.uth Gemelnde in
Honolulu Beschlusse 711 fassen.
Honolulu, October 26, 1899.
1361 DEUTSCHES KONSOLAT.
Herr Pastor Isenberg wlrd am Sonntag
den 29 October, Vormlttags 11 Uhr elnen
deutschen Gottesdlenst In derY. M.C. A.
Hall abhalten, wozu alle Angehorlgen der
Deutsch Evangellsch Lutherlschen Kir
die elngeladen werden.
Nach dem Gottesdlenst sollen behufs
Grundung elner Deutsch Evangellsch
Lutherlschen Gemelnde Boschlusse gefasst
Honolulu, den afiten October, i8yj.
1361 DEUTSCHES KONSULAT.
Sotneono hna taken from the
oflice of Attorney General Cooper
in tho Executive building four
pictures of President Dole and the
Cabinot Ministers seated around
thf Jtable iu tho former's oflice
Theso were of particular value to
Minister Cooper because they
were all signed by Captain King,
as well as the other ministers.
There is no idea as to the person
or persons who removed Uiobo
Tho social entertainment and
banquet by the Y. H. I. takes
plaoe in Fostor Hall at 7:30 o'clock
tomorrow evening, Quito a num
ber of the friends of tbo organiz-,,
ation have beon invited to attend.
For additional Shipping News see seventh page.
Weather Ilureau, Punaliou, Oct 20.
Tumtiernlura Moriilnu mlnlmuiii.
T.I; Jtlddiiy maximum, bO.
(H trometer corrected for gravity .06,)
Bnrometor,9 r m, 30.07. Kiting
Jt-lltirn.il, (lo, .08
Dow Point (15 K.
Humidity nt 9 in 03 perceut.
Dlaiiionil Head Hlifiml Htatlon, Ocl
2rt. 1 pm Weather ha7y, wind high
Maiioi Vrtllcy Rainfall, .3S.
Wednesday, Oit. 26
Htmr J A CtimtnliiH, Searle, from
lir stmt; Mlowora, Humming, from
Sydney and lirUbaue: Past, and
mtlso tt T II Davla & Co.
Wednesday, Oct. 25.
SriChlim, Seabury, for 8a2 Fran
cisco. 8 S Mlowcra, Hemming, for Victo
James Makco, Tullclt, for
TO HAIL THIS AFTEUNOON.
. Htmr Hulcne,
Bennett, for Klhet
Stmr Hulcne, Wclsbarth
8 tin r Kllauua Hou, Mitchell,
Knunaknkal at 5 o'clock.
C IAMHKULAIN-Iii thl city, Ort.
2U, 180!). Sophia I'. Chamberlain,
beloved wire of H, Clifford Chain
liur'aln, uged 40 years.
TO REPLACE CITY OF PEKING
Una Frrinciaoo. Oct. 16 The
largest etenmer ever seen in this
port has bpou chartered by the
Pacific Mail Comptny to take the
plnco of the City of Ppking, which
is to sail shortly for Manila ns a
transport. The voftsel is the Bri
tisli tramp steamer Algoa, and sho
is now loading at Hongkong for
Snn Francisco. Her carrying
capacity is 12,000 toue, exclusive
of hor coal. Sbo Las no passen
The Pacific Mail Company has
issued a new sailing schedule, in
conseqiionco of the charter of the
Oity of llin do Janeiro and the
1 City of Peking by the Govern
ment. JNo passenger steamers
will bo put 011 the iun, and the
trips of the two vessels are lost to
the company. The America,
Mitru, which sailed on Saturday
took couside-able of tho freight
intended for tho Poking and most
cf her i fi98ngorF. Tho Gnolio,
which sails nn tho '24th, will tako
the balance. The On Sang, an
other British tramp, will carry
the freight of the Rio. Shu is
scheduled to leavo hero on Dec
ember 0. vuilo tho Algoa U t-ched-uled
to depart on Decembor '2'.).
AflOUr THE MUVAIIK.
Captnin MoOitlla, commander
of tho Nownrk and tho man who
commanded tho Marblohead dur
ing tho war in Cuba, ia one of the
heroes of tho American Navy. It
was he who led the marines iu the
brilliant chargo up Guantanamo
Captain McCalln is a man who
believes in civinc Ins men
plouty of good hard work iu order
that they may bo prepared for any.
emorgoncy. Although he is to bo
horo but a few days ho sent his
marines ashore Uub morning nnd
bad thorn sent to the military
butts for practice.
It is understood aboard ship
that, as soon as the Newark gets
to Manila or vicinity, d landing
party under Captain MoOalla
himself will bo eont ashore for
Jnnntlln Tr"op ll'euily.
Ottawa, Ootobor 1C Tho Cana
dian contingent for South Africa
will sail from Quebeoon tho Allan
liner Sardian at the ond of tho
month. Lieutenant Otter of To.
ron I o will have command of the
contingent. Tho steamer will sail
directly for Capo Town. The
work of enrollment is going on
THE DAY'S STOCK REPORT
Ilctvitn Hoards This Morning 6,500 O R & L
Co bonds. 1 16.
Session This Mornlne t Olaa 150, ) dn jo,
58 do i,;o. 5 Waialua paid 146, 100 Olaa t.si, 100 do
1,55, 100 do i,j5, 50 Mcllryde 4.80, 5 Waialua paid
145. 50, 5 do 14! v.
Session Yeskrday Alternoon 70 Olaa 1.50. 100
do 1.50, 100 do 1.50, 400 do 1,50, ) do 1.50, j Waia
lua hs no, r,ji.
.. An-.appeal in-the Houghtaling
liquor case has been allowed.
IN9PECTOII HIIOIUCVN It K POUT.
Food Inspector Bhorey handed
in his report at tho meeting of
tho Board of Health yesterday.
After dwelling on samples of milk
examined tho report continues ns
,. Casos in tho Distriot Court,
September Manuel Bodriquez,
adulterating milk, Lined $25; Jo.
Fernandez, adulterating milk,
Average of street samplos To
tal solids 11.95 butter fnt 3.0G.
Tomato catsups not reported in
Auijuet Touiato Catsup, Gordon'
Ac Dellworth, New York, preaeiv
ative, benzoio acid; Modno Catsup,
California Puro Food Company,
Oakland, Oal., salicylio acid, Cen
tury Catsup, Sussman, Wormsor,
& Co,, 8an Fraooiiico, salicylio
acid; 8. & W. Catsup. 8ussman,
Wormier & Co., San Francisco,
formalin (only small quantity),
Beer Enterprise keg beer con
tains salicylic acid; Wielaud kog
beer contains no salicylic aoid.
oream, contains boraoio acid; 2,
roll butter from California 75-cent
roll (1J pounds), found to be gen
uine; a. packego coffee markod
Pure Old Koua, contains chicory
(it was ciaimed thattbia was pack
ed before notice was given dealers
regarding mixtures); 4, tomato
soup, nlready reported.
Allneral Waters Grains per Gallon.
. , Spllds. Chlorine. Salt.
Shasta 134.05 26.60 43.81
Duncan i;8. 55
Vichy 403 55
White Mock 155.05
No lead or copper contained in
any 01 tuem brands.
Irw Two.Centa Htmnp.
The Post Office roceivod by the
Australia yesterday a million and
a quarter o two oent stamps of
the present issue- so there is no
immediate dangor of a shortage.
Pacific Import Co.
We call attention that we have placed on sale over 200 dozen
Ladies' White and Colored Wash Waists, at a (
, Great Reduction in Price
Ladies' Wash Waists, Colored,
Great Values, reduced to-
Just opened, a large invoice of Table Linens, Napkins,
Towels, Ladies' Dress Linen, Pillow Case Linen, Linen Lawns,
direct from the looms. We are offering- great values, and
Invite inspection. Our 45c Table Linen is regular 60c
value. We aie constantly showing new novelties in every
Pacific Import Company.
33 Queen Street
On EBIDAY, Oct. 27, 1809,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the residence of Mr. J. H. Crawford,
1090 King street, two doors Walklkl of
the Sanitarium, I will sell at Public Auc
tion, the household furniture, consisting In
ANTIQUE OAK HALL RACK. AN
TIQUE OAK ROCKERS, MAHOGANY
SETTEE, TABLE AND CHAIRS. OAK
WRITING DESK AND BOOKCASE,
GOLDEN BIRCH CHAIRS, HAND
SOME HEAVY OAK BEDROOM SETS,
HAIR MATTRESSES. BRUSSELS CAR
PETS. OAK DINING TABLE AND
CHAIRS. HANDSOME BRASS BED,
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE. KITCH-
blS UThNSlLS, OAK KITCHEN TA
BLE, STOVE, LINOLEUM, SADDLE
BRIDLE. ETC.. ETC.
Here Is an opportunity for fine furniture.
The house Is for rent.
JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctioneer.
Men's, Women's, Children's and Misses',
uoys anu louins
MONDAY tind TUESDAY,
Oct. 30 and Ml,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. EACH DAY,
At the store of A. E. Murphy & Co.,
Hotel street, near Fort, I will sell at Public
Auction, the large and complete stock of
SHOES, consisting of Calf, Vlcl Box
uait, kiu, Kussia s-air, ratent Leather,
Dong. Kid and Canvas In Bals, Oxfords,
Lace, Buttons, Sandals, S. Ties and Slip
pers. Black, Brown, White, and Colors.
Also, the Side and Center Fixtures,
Benches, Foot Rests, Window Stands,
Window Fixtures, Desk, etc., etc
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Ladies' White ct OCf worth
BjSflfts?s&iOJJi...4v. n. jA
'n - U-Orr i
.Wit J-5lJl"- "ifcu.