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THE EVENING BULLETIN'. HONOLULU. H. 1., OCTOBER 28. '18!W
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE.
Commencing Tuesday, October 31.
COL. W A THOMPSON'S
r HTIVn tf"ffV"IW 1
U Ulfli All I ' SaturJay N,R,,t' NoV' 4 MASCOTTE
Prices $2.00, $L50, $1.00, 50 cents.
Saturday Matinee Prices $1.50, $1.00, 50 c
Curtain rises promptly at 8 o'clock. Carriages at 10:30. J358
Do vou expect to .are a turkey net month? November Is the
proper month to Jo such things, and the Thanksgiving turkey will have
to be uit up. Then there will be the Christmas and New Years dinners
to be thought of, so after all II Is about the right time to get that new
(et of Carvers you have been thinking about getting.
We have all sorts plain, fancy, cheap, medium and expensive, and
-.m please you with the new stock In this line that we have just received.
A full line of table cutlery, also plated spoons, forks and knives.
Oor. "Fort and Kino: Sts.
Columbia and Humbler Agenti.
Mr. Clay Clement.Eastern Oyster
AND EXCELLENT COMPANY.
Shakespeare's Great Tragedy,
New : Talent : Just : Arrived
Jy the Australia, for the
Grand : Opening
Our Hlg Feature,
HAND, HYRON AND HAND.
In their Acrobatic Comedy Sketch, "The
First Appearance In Honolulu of
MINDELL I-ERN DREYFUSS,
In her Original Singing and Dancing
Sketch, "A Private Rehearsal."
The Talented Young American Vocalist,
MR. GUY LIVINGSTON.
Singing the Latest Successes.
Continued Success of the Charming Con
tralto, MISS E1HEL DIXON.
The Dramatic Sketch Artists,
HOGGS AND HAEWARD,
In an Original Sketch.
Still a Big Feature, the Musical
In their ji.rrn Musical Act.
The ErinmiK irltono,
MR. HAMILTON HILL,
In choice selections.
The Prince of Rag Time Comedians,
. JACKSON HEARDE,
As the Hottest Coon from Dixie.
Notice Is hereby given that Wong Chong
and Chock Kit have this day sold their
entire Interest In the firm of Wing Chew
Lung Co. to the Company.
WING CHEW LUNG CO.
Honolulu, Oct. 19, 1899. 1357
Repertoire First Week:
jruesd.iv, Oct. v SAID PASHA
Thursday, Nov. 2 MAIM I ANA
Saturday Matinee, Nov. 4
& SOU ltd.
OKT IC E3.
FROZ E2ST !
IN CANS, AT Till:
j YSM LUflGH 1(001,$.
If.J. NOIn:, Proprietor.
E. "Mary 1:. Foster,"
Trotters (mil Pqccph ,
Light mid llcnvy Drait
,tt, Wt .1.
rl r r
Only a few left.
Honolulu Stock-yards Co
Corner Alakea and
2. Lot at Palama, about i acre.
3.--A ar-room lodging house, with a u-
.A gece 'avipg rjus!n-ss and Jargt lot
of land, unirauy iccattd.
j. Farm at Hamakua, Hawaii 1 part Id
C. Lot 50 x 1 20 Quarry street, near H.
7. Farm at S. Kona, part In coffee.
8. Lot 75x200, lleretanla street (Ka
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Pout QHIcc Lone. - Ilonoluln.
" 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 ""o Manila.
COLUMBIA WINS THE CUP IS SAFE
Continued from l'ngo 1.
other tack, to lav his course for the finish w Ithout making another tack. One minute
and 20 seconds after rounding the mark, he put the Columbia about and found his
judgment to be correct, and better still, the wind freshened considerably during the
nest linlMiOiir, sending the white sloop along at a six-knot clip. Captain Hogarth
who went breeze-hunting off to the southward for eight minutes and ten seconds lost
just about that amount of time, for, when he tacked and stood to the northwest like
Columbia, his Imaginary advantage was that he Was to windward of the Columbia's
wake, while the latter yacht was nearly two miles ahead of him and pointing direct
to the finish, the wind now falling lighter every moment. The Shamrock was nearly
three miles astern of the Bristol yacht, and, while the lightship was In sight from the
Columbia, she was still five miles from It, at 4 o'clock, with half-an-hour of time
left to finish wltbln tin- limit.
At 4:10 the Committee boat shored In
nrvu a gun anu uotsteu a signal ueoamig
When the race was declared off the
She had sailed towards the finish about it
The yachts Will nee tomorrow over
3aW. '" '" tolumn ti III inutltd til fault
V)SS allnlfinl Inurtlonj 10 ttnli utond inter
lion; ?o tints a wttk and fa tint a month. 1 bit it lit
tbufitl advttlisint ntr offtrtJ IHftofU cf Honolulu.
COR SALC-A new COTTAGU nf eight riwnn nJ
I Mlti; crounJs nicely lali out, stable nJ out
houe. One lot tjx ut; wa'cr UIJ on; oriutnjnt.il trees,
etc One corner lot, 7? x 115
All on Cnllene street. Tor further particulars
apply to W At. CUNNINGHAM, at the fasorltc
COW SALE-Lots at WalklU. $n each.
I Lots at k'allhi, $453 each.
Lots on Younj: street, $i.5 vach,
Loti at KalUil Svueach.
I ots in Nuuanu Valley, all prices.
House nnj Lot at ICewalo.
Lots at Keualo. all prices
I ots at 1'iinihou.
Ilmic nnJ Lot nt Punalinu .1 bargain.
Home an4 Luce Lot at Ktllhl v-rv cheap.
Apply la WILLIAM SAVIIXiU.
la $9 Nil up IVt street.
TENT with II v iKioreJ anl furnlirJ cheap; rear of
Llctitlg's I'hn'n Tent. 6n6 Tor' Utt III"
Pt SALC-6ne n-lncli Y i ITTING, with flanges
complete: flanges are tappei for u-lnch well
casing; .1 desirable hltlng for Irrigating pipes. J
K.MMtLUill & CO.. iwn KingSt. 1)11
COR SALH-Pure-KeJ. Rnugti-CoateJ, SCOTCH
T COLLIE I'UI'I'ILS Just receive! e.Mt S. N
Castle, from Kancho Honlto'i Kennels, allfnrnla.
lor further Information arrly to M. T. DONNtLL,
at wl'Jer s lloat Shop,
ruppies can re seen at no.
194 Rorello Lane, I'alama
COR SALD-One SHII'MAN ENGINE In perfect
r order. Apply to II. G. niatt. roil St. noi-lf
A TWO-MANUALand Pedal Bass REED ORGAN I
Suitable for chapel or residence. Ilergstrom
Atuslc Co., Port street. ions
GOOD SOLICITORS, liberal commission or sal
ary. Call Bulletin officejjo a in n6i
UANTED- SITUATION, hy a young Japanese
v ' Homan, to uo ngnr nousei
WAM' U A SllUrtllOt uf n. MKU, D i
discharged Volunteer. Hrsl references. Ad
Jress V. S., this ofnee. 1150
WANTED-SITUATION learning to tend bar. AJ
dress AMERICAN, lulletln office. i m
pil-ST-CLASS JAPANESE COOK WANTS PO-
SITION. Ten vears experience. Address
SUZUKI. P.O. llox 865. 1J44
WANTED-POS1TION by experienced bookkeeper. '
vv I'lrst-class references. Addiess J, O., Ilulletln
WANTED A rosltlon bv an Intelligent, educated
young American, fjood address; references
"K," llullelln office. ii8
WANTED tooAtento getshated for ijc. (white
W barbers). II. JLI I S. 610JS Tort street, opp.
THREE NICELY FUHNISIIEIl ROOMS.t pwl e
1 High Schnol. Emma St Telephone oo8. i,oi
TWO COTTAGES FOK KENT: Jeslrable location. '
' In town. Por further rartlcularsarplytoUEAK. I
ROOM TO LET Suit one or to; prhate lamlly;
$o month; 46 School street. 1J59
BURNISHED ROOM TO LET: I? per month; prl
' ate family. CjO VlnoarJ nrrcl, 1 Joou from
Queen Hotel. n3
TO RENT-Tmo TurnWieJ IRONT
TO LET-rURNISIIED ROOMS, with HOARD.
' 019 Hotel Mreet. waimmcnj lei. )Wi. 1)4
COR RENT-A furnlsheJ ROOM, at 7J lleretanla
' street, opp, llanallan Hotel 1)16
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE. Fort St. Ilt
1 rooms anJ attendance In city. ijii
A NICE COTTAGE, furnKhei or unfnrnllheJ; j
rooms an J a Eool ktores Aloha House, i'ort
The Annual Meeting of the Koloa Sugar
Co. u 111 be held at the office of II. Hack
feld & Co., Ltd., on Moiday, October
30th, at a p. 111. .1 F. HACKFELD,
The Annual Meeting of the Kipahula
Sugar Co. will be held at the office of II.
Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., on Monday, Oct.
30th, at 3 p. in. ED. SUHR,
Y. M. C. A.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, AT 8 P.M.
For the Last Time.
.The Great Pianist
A GRAND CONCERT,
Given with the kind assistance of B. L.
Marx (violin) and Mr. H. M. Mott-Smlth
(violoncello), as a benefit for the
Y. M. C. A.
Popular Prices 75 cents to all seats of
Tickets at Wall, Nichols Co.. Berg
Strom's music store and Y. M. C. A. 1 he
sale of seats will be limited to 350.
i The Bulletin can satisfy J
I all .your WANTS. It has
established a WANT
pri 11 m m '
b U L U IH 11 Jl
towards the yacht, and at 4:19 exactly she ,
me race on.
Columbia was leading by about three miles.
miles of the 15.
a triangular course to windward or leeward
For additional Shipping News see seventh page,
Wcnthcr liurcnu, Puimliou, Oct 28.
Teniiteruttire Mornlnc niluiinutn.
09; Midday mnxlmum, 77.
(Qarometer corrected for gravity .00.)
Barometer.fl am, 30.03. Falliui;.
Rainfall, do, .115.
Dow Point C3 b
Humidity at 0 n 111 00 icrceut.
Dlaiiioiiil ileutl Blutiul ritutloii. Out
27, 1 pin Weather cloudy, wind fn-ili
Friday, Oct. 27.
Suhr Kti Mol, lllpa. from I-Iuwall.
Htmr Kenuhou, Moshcr, from K11
iiimpall with 8 plccuii ninclilnury for
Honoltilii Iron Works.
Saturday, Oct. 28.
Am Mi tii-citt Admiral 8ti'rlitirfrom
Xuwcustle with 17o tons coal.
It M ri AoraitKl, liny, from Victoria
with imsML'iiger.s, mull mid gunerul
murcluniillHO to Theo II Davlcs & Co.
Stmr Mlknhaln, Pedunscn, from
Koltm with 1020 lnL'M Htiirnr. 47 1miih
turn mid 17 pltgs Hiimlrlui.
dtmr Klnnii, Freomnn, from I.alia
Ina IUlo mid wuy portH with mall,
paKMMif-e r iiml (relght.
Friday. Oct. 27.
Htmr Nllhnti, Thompson, for IOIcolo
Stmr Kllohaua, IJrulin, for I.alialim
US A T Ohio, Iloygs, for San Fran
cisco, Kchr Milliu .'Morris, Kulkahl, for
Satunlay, Oct. 28.
Hussion steamer Diilny Vostock,
Krlckson, for San Francisco.
TO SAIL TIIIH AFTEltSOON.
It S Aormigl, Hay, for tho (Colo
nies at 6 o'clock.
Mr nil Anllope, Murray, for the
From KriHtinpnli, por stmr Ke
niihou, October 27 Mr Ghhho-
F10111 Kolon, per stmr Mik'ilm
U, Oct 2S -Hev U ho.. berg. U A
Ispuhorp, D W Audcisni). Mth
Danford, MrB Qraig, J T IMcCros
aon, 0 S Hnllnway, W Hnldwiu
and Mrs INortio nud 12 dpek.
From Victoria per S S Aornu
Ri, Oct 28 E l'ot-k, lions and
Mad Loma ie, Mdllo lVics, Mrs
II tlnvoll and children, Mies E
K-ley, A Brodio, E F Millikon, J
N Collins and wife, Miss Yerxo.O
Sponce, Mr Soburmaun, W Onl
len, J CuIIpu, J IN Hchnofor and
wife, Mrs and Mien Guild, E Bat
ter, Mrs E Qrimston, M-s nnd
Master Askon, lira Savory and 2
childron, Miss Hitchcock, Miss
PlHtteru, Miss A Thomas, Dr and
Mre Garrison and Miss A Austin.
Kltrlil Mnnrjr Mutkcl.
Tbo records of mortgages mnde
for tbe Inst two weok show no
lnnns raado nt less tho sovon per
cent. As many loans liavo been
mado nn gilt odged spooritiee, this
ovidoncod tbo light mnnoy markot.
Kona Sugar Company, Ltd.
Notice Is hereby given that assessment
No. Si of 5 per cent, on the assessable stock
of the Kona Sugar Company, becomes
delinquent November i.'ififjo.
P. W. MCCHESNEY,
October 27. 1899. nfy
Erom and after this date, no one Is au
thorized to contract any debts on account
of the bark "McNEAR," except by order
of Captain W. B. Godfrey.
All persons having Claims against the
bark "McNEAR" up to and Incudlng this
date, will please present the same at the
office of the Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Co., Ltd., not later than Monday, October
30th, 1899, at 4 o'clock p. m.
Honolulu, Oct. 28, 1899. 1 363
Waialua Agricultural Co.
Persons holding proxies for shares In
the above company are requested to file
the same with the secretary, E. D. Ten
ney, at Castle & Cooke, Ltd's office pre
vious to'Nov. t. E. D. TENNEY.
VVtilnlua Agricultural Co.
The books of this Company will be
closed to transfers from Saturday, Oct.
28, 1 809, to Wednesday, November 1,
E. D. TENNEY, '
Secretary Wa A. Co., Ltd.
During the absence of Goo Chong,
G. Kim Fook will act under full power of
attorney of Goo York. All bills due or
against Goo Chong or Goo York should
be settled before the 25th Inst. All rent
and business should be settled with G
Per GOO CHONG.
Honolulu, Oct. 19, 1899. 1354
Herr Pastor Isenberg wlrd am Sonntag
den 29 October, Vormittags 1 1 Uhr elnen
deutschen Gottesdienst In der Y. M. C. A.
Hall abhalten, wou alle Angehorlgen der
Deutsch Evangellsch Lutherlschen Kir
che elngelaJen werden.
Nach dem Gottesdienst sollen behufs
Grundung elner Deutsch Evangellsch
Lutherlschen Gemeinde Hoschlusse gefasst
Honolulu, den aoten October, 181;.
13G1 DEUTSCHES KONSULAT.
Warning to Fruit Import
ers. OWING to a pest discovered by the
Government Entomologist. Prof. Koebele,
called the Mediteranlan fly and which Is
doing much damage to the fruits In the
Australian Colonies and South Sea Isl
ands, ALL IMPORTERS OF FRUI TS
from these Islands are hereby warned
against ordering fruits of any kind from
the Australian Colonies and South Sea
Islands until further notice. 1 give the
above warning pending the action of the
Board of Agriculture at its next meeting.
. DAVID HAUGHS,
Secretary of Agriculture.
Honolulu, Oil. 27, 1899.
Pacific Import U
We call attention that we have placed on sale over 200 dczen
Ladies' White and Colored Wash Waists, at a
Great Reduction in Price .
let ftrfcP.ial Mde?'W,,itel OK worth
mv, -a-b9 waists at m.tF $q.
Ladies' Wash Waists, Colored,
Great Values, reduced to-
5 Just opened, a large invoice of Table Linens, Napkins,
Towels, Ladies' Dress Linen, Pillow Case Linen, Linen Lawns,
direct from the looms. We are offering, great values, And
invite inspection. Our 45c Table Linen is regular 60c
value. We aie constantly showing new novelties in every
Pacific Import Company.
AUCTIONEER AND '
33 Queen Street
Men's, Women's, Children's anJ Misses'
Itnvs' mill Yrlllfhet '
MONDAY and TUESDAY,
uct. au mid ,'il,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. EACH DAY,
At the store of A. F. Mnml,.. x, r".
Hotel street, near Fort, I will sell at Public
Auction, me large ami complete stock of
SHOES, consisting of Calf, Vlcl Rox
Calf, Kid, Russia Calf, Patent Leather,
Dong. Kid and Canvas In Hals, Oxfords
Lace, Buttons, Sandals, S. Ties and Slip
pers. Black, Brown, White, and Colors.
Also, the Side and Center Fixtures,
Benches, Foot Rests, Window Stands,
Window Fixtures, Desk, etc., etc
JAS. F. MORGAN, J
r$-$a AT MANOA SSc:
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 hi 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 10 lots In 2 series, 5 fronting
on the west, or main, Manoa road, arfj 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 Weit
Terms one third cash, balance in ont
and two years at 6 per cent.
Early application necessary.
JAS. F. MORG.'
S a7$2.00 Sr,h