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TUB EVENING 1H 11,1 'JIN: IIOSOLCLU,
1., NOVEMBEll 1, Mm
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE.
Commencing Tuesday, October 31.
col w7a. Thompson's .Repertoire First Wet k:
RflSTalll IruesJnV, OcMi SAID PASHA
iiuifir hi i '
Prices $2.00, $1.50, $1.00, 50 cents.
(Saturday Matinee Prices $1.50, $1.00. 50 c
Cuftalii rises promptly at 8 o'clock. Carriages at 10:30- H58
Aioha Collection of
Contains .10 choke selections,
h.ul in any other
THE NAMES OF A FeW
;. W1I o Funalau (Waters of Puna-
fi. Sweet Lei I flina.
7. l'uaoka He-I, or Sweet Rosebud.
jj' HAWAIIAN BAZAAR,
Do vou e.pect to carve a turkey" next month ? November Is' the
proper month to do such things, and the Thanksgiving turkey! will ha e
to Iv cut up. I hen there will be the Christmas and New Years dinner
tn l thought of, so after all II Is about the right time to get that new
wst of Carvers youlhave b"een thinking about getting.
We have all sorts plain, fancy, cheap, medium and expensive, and
can please you with the new stock In this line-that we have just received.
A full line of table cutlery, also
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Oor. Fort and Kino: Sts.
Our Big Feature,
RAND, UYRON AND RAND.
3a their Acrobatic Comedy Sketch, "The
First Appea-ance In Honolulu of
-MINUbl.L I'UKIN UKCiruss,
aer Original Singing and
Sketch, "A Private Rehearsal."
MR. GUY LlVlNUbJUN,
Singing the Latest Successes.
(TSossKautd Success of the Charming Con
tralto, MISS ETHEL DIXON.
The Dramatic Sketch Artits,
raCMGS AND HAEWARD,
In .m Original Sketch.
ilg feature, ine
In their $2,000 Musical Act.
The Eminent Baritone,
MR. HAMILTON HILL,
in choice selections.
fe Prince of Rag Time Comedians,
As the Hottest Coon from Dixie.
aiaeral Admission, tjc and ioc.
lal six rows lor children under la eari, toe.
Itesarved Chairs, soc.
Saats can be booked by tinging up Telepaoaa o.
Change 'of Program Mondays and
family Matinee every Saturday, it
no p. m.
a. Lot at Palama, about i acre.
3. A zs-room lodging house, with a
.a roc: -avipg 'ju!ness and largt lot
f land.cuvtrany V.cAvl.
4. Farm at Hamakua, HawalJ; part It
$. Lot 50 x 120 Quarry street, near H.
7. Farm at S. Kona, part In coffee.
. L) 75 x 200, Ueretanla street (Ka
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
Pot Off ice Lane, - Honolulu,
Thursday. Nov. 2 MARITANA
SaturJay Matinee, Nov. 4
saturjay N,Rht Nov' 4
Hawaiian Songs, i
Thirty - five of these cannot be
APPEAR BELOW :
1. Makalapua, Lllluokalanrs JSer-
Lei Ponl Mol
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(.wreaui 01 -ar-
plated spoons, forks and knives.
German American Ins. Co.,
Of New York, and
Union Assurance Co..
Members Honolulu Stock
: Wernicke Book Cases, :
The Globe Company's Desks,
Filing Cases and office
Secured at lowest prices.
That is what our customers say
concerning tne rapidity with which
we finish our work.
"BETTER THAN THE BEST l'
That is their comment concerning
our finished work.
Come and see us.
42 Fort Street.
" 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" To Manila.
Walerhouso k Co
fMS'''' '" '' column utll tt inurlij al i f ctnt
V-2 a lini flrt tnUrtlon, to ttntt uconi inut
ioni o ctntt a wtih an J o etnti a month, 1 bit hit
btapittaJi trthtnt tvtr offtrtJ Ibi fitoplt of Honolulu
TO LhT-rUHNISIIFI) TRONT ROOM tn it".
private (AmiU, mijira (nit nt 66 VlneirJ t .
Joof J from Queen lljtfl. 1)18
rllREH NICELY FUHNlSlILt) ROOMS, orpoJli
1 High Sch iul, Emma St Telgplicino i3. 1 ti
TWO COTTAGES TOR RfcNT! Jlrble location
I In town Tor tutther pttPculatrply tutjEAR
ROOM TO LET Suit ono or two, prUata family
f 10 mon.h; 6 School ilrecl. i)SO
TO RENT-Tn rurnltheJ TRONT
1 Tc fphone 68,.
TO LET-FURNISHED ROOMS, with UOARi.
' 619 llolgl ttfMl, WalklkltnJ Tel. )66. t)l)
COR RENT A furnlsheJ ROOM, at T lUretanla
' street, opp. Hawaiian Hot. I it 16
THE ALOHA ROOMINO HOUSE, Fort St. Hejt
I rooms and attendance In city. i))
A NICE COTTAGE. furnlsheJ or unfurnlsheJ: J
rooms and 1 good stores Aloha Home, Fort
IO It SALE.
PR SALE-On Walklkl Road, near the residence
of (ieo Manon, Esq ,dislrablehnueof jrooms
and bttli: Rood (rult trees, nice grounds, 100 x 100.
Or will exchange for lots In Punahou. For furlhrr
particulars applv 1 1 GFAR LAMINf. m ,'
COR SALE A new COTTAGE of tight roimsand
I bath, grounds nicely laid out; stable and out
houses. One lot is x mi: nater laid on; ornamental trees,
etc One corner lot, ,1 x 115
All nn Collerte street. Tor further partUulars
apply ta W M. CUNNINGHAM, at the Favorite
COR SALE-Lots at Walklkl, Sin each.
Lots at Kallhl.Iisa each.
Lots on Young street, $1,500 cadi.
Lots at Kalllil. $500 each.
I ots In Nuuanu Valley, all prices.
House and Lot at k'awalo.
Lots at Kewalo, all prices
Lots at Punahou.
House and Lot at Punahou a bargain
House and Large tot at k'.llhl wrvehcip.
Apply t WILLIAM SAVIIXiE.
tajo No iio Fort street. .
TENT with fly floored and furnished, cheap: rear of
Llchtlg's Photo Tent, fori Tort stret. 1111
PR SALE-Onc rt-lnch Y FITTING, with flanges
complete; flanges are tapped for la-Inch well
casing; a desirable nttlng for Irrigating pipes. J
CMMCLUTII SCO . ni-m King St. 1)11
FOR SALE-Pure-bred. Rough-Coaled, SCOTCH
COLLIE PUPPIES, Just rKelved ex bkt S. N
Castle, from Rancho llonlto'a Kennels, "allfornla
For further Information apply to M. T. DONNELL,
at WI'der's Boat Shop. Puppies can be seen at No.
i4 ixouenq iinc, raiama. ijn
POR SALE-One SHIPMAN bNGINE In perfect
I order. Apply to H. G. Blart. Tort St. uofll
ATWO-MANUALand Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
Suitable for chaoel or residence. Berfrstrom
Music Co., Tort street.
BOARD AND KOOMS.
GENTLEMAN AND WIFE can find lIcc ROOM
WITH HOARD, rotate family Address,
Box 605. 1 10 j
ANTED JAPANESE NURSE GIRL without In
VV rumbrances. nn board shir, to return to llono
lulu In s months rnelKh-xneaklur rrefcrrcd.
ply ship GREAT ADMIRAL. m4
GOOD SOLICITORS, liberal commission or sil
ar. Call Bulletin ofrtce. iq a. m not
WANT bD SITUATION, by a young Japanese
woman, to do light housework, or as nure In a
private family Address M. A . Bmlelln office-, ufa
WANTD-A SITUATION OT ANY KIND, by a
discharged Volunteer. Best references. Ad
dress W. S , this office i)6
ANTED SITUATION leirnlng to tend bar. M-
dress aviekiuain iiuiietin nmce. nt
PII-ST-CLASS JAPANLSE COOK WANTS PO-
SITION. Ten years experience,
SUZUKI. P.O. Hox 865.
UANTED-TOSITION b) experienced bookkeeper.
vv hirst-class references. Address J. G , Bulletin
UANTED A position by an Intelligent, educated
VV vounir American. Good address: references
.. n .
WANTED soo Men to get shaved for ijc. (white
VV barbers). II. JCl-FS. 6igK Tort street, opp.
Club Stables tsoo-tf
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
H. a. BIA.JRT.
404X FORT STREET.
The latest designs in Bracelets,
Pins, Rings, &c, on hand or mad
to order. Stones of all kinds neatly
cut, pclished and mounted.
To My Patrons and the Public In General :
As soon as completed I will open one of
the finest Tonsorlal Parlors ever opened to
the Honolulu public. My experience In
the past has been In two first-class parlors
the Trenton- House, Boston, and the
Occidental Hotel, San Francisco. I am
happy to sav that I have secured three
fust-class artists from the b-st-known par
lors In the East, and will shortly open to
the public nt the Hawaiian Hotel, on a
larger scale. I will study to please, and
can vouch that the very best attention will
be given to my patrons. Give me a call
and be convinced. Respectfully.
1305 Hawaiian Hotel Parlor.
Heoitlili rul,,i t'lub,
Memb'is unci frieuds of tho
Scottish Tbietlo Olub, some fifty
in all, indulged iu n good time at
the Niw Euilarjd Bakery Inut
nveniug in oelohrntion of Hallo
we'en. Aftor supper had been
Horved, opening renitrks weto
rartdo by Gen. Dill, chairman.
Then followed fongs Bud remnrks
of various members of the Club.
Fat additional Shipping New. m Mventh pag
Weather Rureau, Punahou, Nov 1.
Temperature Morning minimum,
05 1 Midday maximum, 77.
(Barometer corrected for gravity-. 06 I
Barometer,!) a m, '30.0(1. Falling.
Rainfall, tlo, .02.
Dow Point m V.
Humidity at 9 m 53 percent.
Olnmouti Head Blicnal Station, Nov
1. 1 cm- weather cloudy, wind llirlit
Rainfall nt Manoa .19, Luakaha 13.-
0 i, for. October.
Wednesday, Nov 1.
Btmr Nocau, Wyman, from Ha
waii with 61 pkgs sundries.
Tuesday, Oct. 31.
StmrWa Hall. Thum mon. forNa-
wlllwlll, Koloa.Eloole and Hanapepe.
Stmr Mlkahala. Podorncn. for Ma-
kawoli, Waimea and Kekaha.
Btmr Claud I no, Cameron, for Lalia
halna, Kahulut and way ports.
OSS Australia, Houdlette, tor Ran
O & O S 8 Gaelic, Finoh, for Yoko
hama. Schooner Lady, Martin, for Koolau.
TO SAIL TIIIB AfTERNOON.
Btmr Kllohaua. Thompson, for La-
halna aud Kuanapill at 4 o'clock.
Stmr Walaleale. Green, for Kllau-
ea and Kapaa at 4 o'olook
Stmr Kilauca Hou, Mitohell.for Ka
unakakai, Mauualel and Olowalu at 5
Stmr Maul. Wclsbarth, for laau
lmu,JCukalau, Ook.tl.i, Laupahochoc,
Papntoa uud Hakalau at5 o'olnck.
MOTHER OOONB PARTY.1
Hallowo'en was moat charming
ly oboervod last evening at tbo re
sidence of Mrs. R.J.Green in
Nuuanu Avenue. Tbo gathering
to do honor to tho occanion was a
Mother Gooao patty wbioh was
very Buccerjatuliy and ODjoyahly
participated in by many young
Tho hoaeo and crounds woro
very prettily decorated with Japa-
nose lanterns, bnatiUK, overcreoa
and flowers which, with tho trees
made a fitting framo fur the pic
turo composed as it was of the
ohnraetora from tho rhyme-book.
Tho following young people
were preoent in costume: Misses
Martha Hitohcook, Mother Goose;
Ruth Godfrey, Queen of Hearts,
Mariion Green, Higgpley Fiege
ley; Addie Waahoim. Curly Looks;
Edith Licutfont, Milkmaid; Ren-
ny Oatton, Miss Mnffitt; Alice
Johnson, 13 0 Peep; Auitrt Lose,
Mistress Mary; Anna Einoaid,
Mother Hubbard; Florenoo Alva
re?,, Kato O reo n away; Margaret
CattoD, Jill; Mablo Light foot,
Daffy Down Dilly; Nettie Robin
s n, Old woman with drinks;
Edith Smith, Murgery Daw; Ho
I n JoIidbou, FarmerB wife; Anna
Tucker, Lady With Rings and
Lolls; Ethel Angus, Old Lady
who lived in the shoe; Misa At
I ne Hitebcock, Old Woman who
swept cobwobs from the sky.
Masters Percy Griswatd, Pie
mau; Bertie Lightfoot, Jack
Horner; Julian Groenwoll, King
of Hearts; Heine Lose, Bobby
Shafts; Douglas Eincaid, Enavo
of Hearts; John Oatton, .Jack;
Malcom Smith, King Colo; Lisbon
Sohweiteor. Jack Goose; Kenneth
Hmitb, Peter Piper; Clarence Gir
vin, BeggerBoy;E lie Hntchinson,
Jack bo Nimble; Ktrkby Tuoktr,
Tommie Green; John Smith,
Johnnie Stout: Ned Orabbe, Tom
i'ucler; Bertie Green, Baker
Man, Mrs. Waahoim presided at
tho piano (luring the grand march
Hud introduction of tbo characters
ill joinmg in singing the ditty
appropriate to tho person intro
duced. Among the guests preeoat ot'ifr
tbho tbosa in costume wsro: Mr.
and Mrs. P'arance Crabbe, Mr.
and Mrs. B. J. Gretn, 1st. and
Mrs, Mackintosh, Mrs. Wasbeim,
Mrs. Lose, Mrs and Miss Oreight
on, Mrs. and Miss Godfrey, Mr.
and Mrs.- Green, Mrs. and Miss
Smith, Miss Henry, Captain
Thompson, Prof. Lightfoot, Rev.
Okumura, Mr. Bryan, Mr. Moore,
Mr. Wuloolt, A. Ozawa.
IlOELTi In Kahuku, Oahu, October
31, Ih09, to the WlTo ol W. Uuell, a
Our artist, Mr. W. Y. Itow,
is now engaged on a commis
sion to color 300 Lantern Slides
of Hawaiian subjects. These
slides, when completed, will
comprise nearly everything ot
interest that Hawaii has to
ihow, and will form a very
110 Hotel street.
Power o? Attorney.
G. J. Waller will act for me under
power of attorney during my absence from
E C. WINSTON.
Honolulu, Aug. -it, 1809. 13C6
The regular Annual Meeting of stock
holders of E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd., will
bs held on Thursday, November 2, -1899,
at 2 p. m at the office of the company.
E. O. HALL & SON, LTD.
I356 E. H. PARIS, Secretary.
Alle Deutschen,welche bet deram 2oten
October In der Y. M. C. A. Hall stattge
fundenen Gruendung elner Deutsch-Evan-gellsch-Lutherlschen
Gemelnde In Hono
lulu nlcht anwesend waren und der
Gemelnde als Mltglled belrutreten wuen
schen, werden ersucht, slch auf der In
Kalserlichen Konsulat aufelegten (Llste
DER GEMEINDE VORSTAND.
Honolulu, Nov. 1, 1899.
CIVIL SERVICE RULES
IN OUR RESTAURANT.
It has to. .Our waiters are
trained to be civil, quick and at
tentive to our guests. Our :!
is unrivaled in preparation of dainty
and appetizing dishes. Everything
is scrupulously clean, everything
as comfortable as we can make it.
And the prices are always in reason.
Home Bakery Cafe.
The Best Meal Cafe.
Complete pictorial history of mi
litary cpTations in the Pac.fic Is
given 'n un 10 rvia.is.
Pacific Import Co.
IPIEBOGKEBIESS BLOCK. . - .
We call attention that we have
Ladies' White and Colored Wash Waists, at a
Great Reduction in Price
Ladies' Wash Waists, Colored,
Great Values, reduced to-
gJust opened, a large invoice of Table Linens, Napkins,
Towels, Ladies' Dress Linen, Pillow Case Lirieiv, Linen Laws,
direct from the looms. We are offering great values, mi
invite inspection. Our 45c Table Linen is regular 60
value. We ate constantly showing new novelties in every
Pacific Import Company.
33 Queen lreet
On Saturday, Nov. 4(d, 1899,
AT II O'CLOCK A. M., ' r
At my salesroom, 33 Queen street,
I will sell at Public Auction, to close
Containing 1,000 Bags each, 22x36
inches; in first-class condition.
Samples to be seen at my sales-
Terms, Cash, U. S. Gold Coin.
placed on sale over 200 dze
Ladies' White fci oer worth
w r .J1 1 V 'VtM- m " iAt kv" 1 V 1rW'k