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THE EVENING JH U t-'l J HUNOLULU, J3. i NOVEMBER G,,lfc9
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Tuesday, Nov. 7 FRA DIAVOLO
Komautlc and Comic.
Thursday, Nov. 9 MARTHA
ft In the "Aloha Collection of Hawaiian Songs"
v w.ll be found the choicest of the many melodies sung
by the vaiious quintettes of
I HAWAIIAN BAZAAR, MASONIC TEMPLE.
Do you epett to carve a turkey next month? November Is the
prefer month to do such things and the 1 hank giving turkey twill have
to be cut up. Then there will be the Christmas and New Years dinners
to be thought of. so after all II is about thelright.ltlme to get that new
cet of Carvers you'luve been thinking about getting.
We have all soils plain, fancy, cheap, medium and expensive, and
1 an please ymi with the new stock In this line that we have just received.
A full line of table cutlery, also plated spoons, forks and knives.
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. ITort and Kino: Sts.
THE ORPHEU M
Grand Clinngc of Program
VilN-TKEl FIRST PART,
By ,he Entire Orpheum Company.
.V1SS MINDE1.L DREYFUS,
In an Original Ragtime Sketch.
Last Week of the
In their f2,ooo Musical Act.
The Singing and Dancing Soubrette,
MISS JULIA BYRON.
Choice Selections of Duets,
Ethel DIXON AND HILL Hamilton
MINDELL FERN DREYFUSS,-
In her Original Singing and Dancing
Sketch, "A Private Rehearsal."
RAND AND RAND.
'1 he Eccentric Comedians.
A Scientific Research!
Hy the Orpheum Company.
NEW TALENT TO ARRIVE BY THE
fienernl Admission, sjcand oc,
Last six rows for children under n jcars, 10c
Reserved Chairs, 50c.
Seats can be booked by ringlne up Telephone 540
Change of Program Mondays and
Family Matinee every Saturday, at
2:30 p. in.
2. Lot at Palama, about acre.
1.--A 45-room lodging house, with a is
v, ear lease.
.A goes; 3viPg business and large lot
j. Farm at Hamakua, Hawaii j part Id
6. Lot 50 x 120 Quarry street, near H.
7. Farm at S. Kona, part In coffee.
3. Lot 75 x 2oo, Beretanla street (Ka
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Post Office Lane, - Honolula.
Saturday Matinee, Nov. 11 PIRATES
OF PENZANCE v;r.vS?TB
Saturday, Nov. ti OLIVETTE
A I ME-
CIVIL SERVICE RULES
IN OUR RUSTAURANT.
It tus to. Our waiters, are
trained to be 'civil, quick and at
tentive to our guests. Our cfwj
is unrivaled in preparation of dainty
and appetising dishes. Everything
is scrupulously clean, everything
as comfortable as we can make it.
And the prices are always in reason.
Home Bakery Cnie.
The Best Meal Cafe.
T li1 1 nnfvn nl'ni
CONSTRUCTORS OF GAS
46 Merchant St. t
: H- H H M -H-
P I O N E E 11
Tlio Regular Monthly Mooting nf-tho
PlonoorUulldlng nnd J,oun AhmcIuUoii
will bo held nt tho Cliatnbor of Com
moruo on MONDAY r.VKNINO, Nov.
0, !80U,nt7:S0 o'clock.
PnymontH aro required In gold.
1308 A. V. QEAIt, SocroUiry.
UTTERSTROM - SAMUELSON-In
IIIIo, October 2b, 1809, by Row J.
A. Crunn, Mr. John Uttorstrom
mid Miss Kllen Samuelson, both
residents of illlo.
yr.l. ' '" 1 InurUi atlW'H
VSr alintfnt tthrthn, 10 ttnll titatii inur.
Hon) jo n(i J ( r J jo ( m mlb. 7 Hi II l
( aJurttiiif tvtr ojTtrtJ lit fplttf IJonjMu.
WANTtl)-A POSITION t-v hihk man f 1st
e Ian Oenocrirli r nf sevon ircxrl"
Arrlvlo K. ., ihlt nffiln uro-it
nOMPETCNT CiCmUN (ill)l WANTED Jor
. . ...-,. . . a.l.!ft.A IJ,a.
cnocj renulreJ. Arrly '. At., Hultetln office i9
WANTED-JAPANtSE NURSUGIKLwIihout In
VV cumbrnc. nn toarJ vti'p. lo rtlurn to Mono
lulu In $ month. rnelKh-ptiVlue prefcrreJ. Ap
ply slilp URbAT ADMIRAL. Ui
GOOD SOLICITORS! liberal commljllon or .il
arv. f!ll Rulletln ntn. 10 m '6'
rANTED- SITUATION, by a yoiinR Jpanese
... in a tint. iiAiiiuni nf nurce In A
.lt.. Hi.... tt A t)..,UtU nfli tlftrt
-l 14 J 1 ci ji n t iiiiutnii ""'
WANTEtJ-A SITUATION Ol' ANY KIND, bv
dro w. s , mis otncf. '
WANTED-SITUATION larnlnK In tend bar. AJ
drw AMERICAN, nullum ! "
PlkST-CLASS JAPANESE COOK WANTS PO-
MTION. Ten vtar experience.
WANTED-POSITION bycxperlencrJ bookkeeper.
I Int-class references. AJJrciO G.llullelln
WANTEDApojIllonbv nn Inlellleent. eJocatei
voune American, tiooi Jire: references
il- (1..H..I. .m:.
XANTED 500 Men lo get shaved for 15c. (white
VV barbers). II. JEIIS. 6i9M,rort street, opp.
THREE UNFURN1SIILD ROOMS I OR RENT:
suitable for housekeeplne. Very centrally lo
catcJ. Apply 10 T., this office. t)7o
TO LET Nicely furnlsnej -room CottJRe, opposite
HlKh School, l.mma St, Telephone 098. ij6i
TO LET-FURNISHED TRONT ROOM t.i let,
I private family: moJerate rent, f 16 VlncvarJ st .
j doors from Queen Hotel.
ROOM TO LET Suit one or two, rrhate family;
Tip month. 46 School street. 1359
TO RENT-To rurnisheJ I RONT ROO.MS.
I Telephone 68?. tut
TO LET-FURNISHED ROOMS, with DOARD.
1 610 Hotel street, Walklkl end Tel. )(&. ijij
PR RENT A furnMied ROOM, at tj lleretanla
street, opp. Hawalhn Hotel Mt6
"HE ALOHA ROOMINO HOUbE. Tort St. tlest
rooms and attendance In city. 1 ))a
A NICE COTTAOn. furnished or unlurnWied: 5
rooms and j cool stoiei Alolu llojse, tort
FOUND SOME, MOSCV. Any oneho shall proe
rrnncrtt and rdv for ddieitltement. mv hive
the same upon application to i MclNtRNV, lort
Street Candv riciorv. if8
FOR SALE-On Wilklkl Road, near the residence
of Cleo Maflson. Esa .desirable house olt rooms
and bstli; Rood fruit trees: nice grounds 100 x 100.
Or will excliance for lot In Punahoii. For further
particulars arplvto GEAR, UNSINO & CO t
COR SALE A new COTTAGE of eight rooms and
1 bath, grounds nicely hij out; stable and out
houses. One lot s x ui; water laid on; ornamental trees,
etc One corner lot, 75 x us
All on Collete street, lor further particulars
apply to W M. CUNNINGHAM, at the thorite
COR S ALE-Lots at Walklkl, lU'S each.
I Lots at Kallhl, Siy each.
Lots on Young street, $1,300 each..
Lots at Kallhl, $n each.
I ots In Nuuanu Valley, all prices.
House and Lot at Kewalo.
Lots at Kevalo, all prices,
llouss and Lot at Punahou a bargain,
lloueand Large Lot at Kallhl very cheap.
Appl) to WILLIAM SAVIIX.E.
1259 No 310 loft street.
1"LNT nltli n,- lloored and furnished, cheap; rear of
LUhllg'a Pholo Tt nt. 606 Tori street. 1 7-r,
PR SALE-One n-lnch Y FITTING, with flanges
comolete: flantres are tapped for la-Inch well
casing; a deslnble tilting for Irrigating pipes. J
L.M.MfcLUIII iii.u ,iii-ir King at. yij
PR SALE-Pure-bred, Rough-Coated, SCOTCH
COLLIE PUPPIES Just received ex bkt S. N
Castle, from Rancho llonlto's Kennels, California.
For further Information apply to M. T. DONNELL.
at Wllder's Iloat Shop. Puppies can be seen at No.
14 Robello Lane, I'alama i)n
POR SALE-Ona SHIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
I order. Apply to II. G Ulart. Fort St. not-tl
A TWO-MANUALand Pcdat Dass REED ORGAN
s Suitable for chapel or residence. Oergstrom
Music Co , Fori street. 1067
HOARD AND ROOMS.
C'ENTIEMAN ANDWirE can find nice ROOM
I WITH HOARD; rtltate fimlly Address,
Uox 005, ijoj
NOTICE TO FRUIT IMPOHTEllS.
Owing to a pest discovered by tlio
Government Llntoraologlst, Prof. A.
Kocbelo, called tho Mediterranean fly,
nnd which Is doing much damage to
tho fruits In tho Australian colonics
nnd South Sea Islands, notice Is hereby
given by tho Donrd nt Agriculture nnd
Forestry thnt tho Importation of
fruits fiom tho Australian colonics
and tho South Sea Islands Is strictly
Secretaiy and Commissioner of Agrl
cultuie. Honolulu, Nov. I, 1S99.
The recond assessment, 50 cents per
shaie, on Olaa Sugar Co. Assessable Stock,
will be DHLINQUNT November loth;
and third assessment, so cents per share,
Is now due and payable, at the office of
Alexander & B.ildwln.
j. P. COOKE,
Treasurer Olaa Sugar Co.
, Honolulu, Nov. 1, 1809. 1360
Minion 11111I iTlll,
Mr. Winton, tin) venlriloquist
who gave such ploasure to Hono
lulu nndiencps at the Orpheum
will be bnck in tho Monui. to pr
form agaiu here. His wifo will
ua ujj nuiu tun iDiuuiOJ m iiuuui
the samo time: Mr. Hamilton
Hill, another performer from the
Colonies, now nt tho Orphoum,
will leave soon to fill an engage
ment in tho States. Mr. Winton
has bimscjf just .complotetlji very
successful engagement in California.
For Additional Shifting News m seventh par
Weather JHiroiui, l'mmliou, Nov 0.
Tunnicrutura Moriilmr inlnlnumi,
03; Mltlil.iy nmxitniini, fed.
(Darometcr corrected lor gravity-.06 )
llaromctor,)) a in, 30.02, Falling.
Kiilnfnll, do, ,n.
T)ow Point 01 K.
Humidity tit 9 n in 70 percent.
Diamond Huad tilunal Stntloit, Xov
(I. 1 inn Weatlior clear, wind light
N X K.
Saturday, Nov. 4.
Stmr Mlkahaln, Thonipaoii, from
Kloulo, G pkgDHUtulrica.
Stmr Upolu, Iicnnlngsen, from Ko
liala, Sunilay, Xov. 5.
Stmr Walalcale, Oreen, from 1CI
latiea, 31 bags wool, 21 pkgsi suiulrleH.
Stmr Jwnlanl, Gregory, from Mn
kawcll, 300 bags rlco to H von Holt,
35 bng taro to C Gay, 3 truiife".
Stmr W O Hall, Thompson, from
Xnwillwlll, 50 bugs rlco. SO baixs taro.
30 pkgs nulso,
Stmr Claudlue, Canieiou, from Ka
luiliil, 27-1 sucks potatoes, 151 Macks
conn IBS Hacks taro, GO pkgs hide,
113 hogs, 113 pkgs sundries.
U 8 T Athenian, Mowatt, from Ma
nila via Hongkong.
Monday, Xov. (I.
U S A T Westminster, l'otrlo, from
San FiiiiicIhco with feed nnd btorcs.
USA T Centennial, Kittles, from
San Francisco with 275 horses on
Saturday, Nov. 1.
Abbey Palmer, Ulbcrg, for Port
Towuscnd in ballast,
Schr Clias It S Wilson, Johnson, for
Aberdeen In ballast.
Hark W G Trwln, Williams, for
San Francisco in ballast; 2S00 bags
bUgar, 250,000 pounds sugar, valued ut
Schr Dertlo Minor, Karen, for, Eu
reka, Cul., In ballast.
TJ S A T Xcport. Frlele, for Manila
with troops ou board,
USATTartar, Pybus, for Manila
with troops on boanl.
Sunday, Nov. 5.
U S A T Manauense, Uurnlson, for
Manila with trosps.
TO SAIL THIS AFTEItNOON.
Stmr Mokolll, Dudolt, for Kalau
p.pa, ICHiualo, Wallau, Pukoo and
Honohia at 3 o'clock.
Stmr .lames Makee, Tullett, for
Kapaaat 4 o'clock.
Stmr Kllolinna, Thompson, for Ma
namuulu at 4 o'closk.
Stmr Mlkahala, Petlorsen, for Ma
kawell, Walmea and Kekaha at 5
Stmr Keauhou, Moslicr, for Luhal-
ua and Kuauapall ut 5 o cloi'K.
Stmr Kllauea Hon, Mltoholl.for Ka
tuiukakul nutl Kihel at 5 o'clock.
VESSELB LEAVINO TOMOnBOW.
Stmr Kinaii, Freeman, for Lahal
nr, Ullo and way ports at 12 o'clock.
Stinr Claudlue, Cameron, for Kuhu
lul, Ntihiku, Hamoa and KlpaliuUi nt
THE DAY'S STOCK REPORT
Ameiknn Sugar ptl 112 125
uwn -1 -i-H
Haw'n Agr. Co 325
Hnw. Com. & Sugur .... 100
Hawaiian 225 - 235
Honomu 170 187
Honokau 34 34Vi
Knhuku 155 175
Klhol us Il't 14
Klhel pd 35
McDiydo as ,. 4.80
McUryde pd 17 19
Oahu as 127
Oahu pd 177 181
Ookala ...., 19 20
Olaa pd 14Vi 14
Pioneer Mill 232
Walalim Agr. Co. aB ... 82 90
Walalua Agr. Co. pd. .. 118 119
Hawaiian Elcc 175
Mutual Tele 15
Oahu Ry. & Land 101 180
Hawaiian Govt. Cs .... 102
Hawaiian Govt. 5s 100
Haw O Post Sav 4 p c. 105
Todav'H Besslon This morning 100
Olaa, J2.03; 100 Olaa, 2,03; CG Olaa,
2.05; 200 McUryde, 4.75: 50 Walalua,
I.unnlnu' Ollico Robbed.
J. W. Lunuing iB out about 81.25
worth of stamps and some curios
ho had in his offico. It teems
that a Boldior ontored the place
Saturday forenoon while Mr. Lun-
iug was out. Two young men
saw tho operations of the soldier
but did not attempt to intcrforn or
call tho police.
Tho Great Admiral was taken
alongBido the Athenian this morn
ing, and tlio work 01 tabiug on
what coal iB needed, oommonced.
At Koloa, Kapaa and Hanama
ulu tho various steamors waro com
pelled to employ Chinoso to nn
load, tho Japanese having taken a
holiday in celebration of the Mika
CIIANOKS IN IIAHIMSIH.
New York, Ootobur 20. At the
office of Hnrpor A; Brothers to-day
it waa denied that the nllianco
with Doubled ny t MoOturo has
led to a rovolution in the older
house. It was admitted, however,
that Mrs. Marpnrct Stngitor had
retired from tho editorship of
Harper's Bazar, her successor be
iug J. A. Sears. Tho clinngo
took place July 1st. The llouud
Table, a paper for boye, had never
been profitable, and loDgnpoif
was determined to suspend its
publication and in its plaoa isaue
a now monthly magazine, to bo
called tho Franklin Squaro, under
tho editorship of Albert Leo.
Still another Horpsr McOlure
mogazino will ho issuod, with
Jnmesl'inley as editor. Henry
Loomis Nolson rotircd from the
editorship nf tho Weekly about
July 1st. Henry Q. Paino is now
When tho Harper-McOluro nl
lianco wns announced it was in
ferred that tho McOluro company
was to bo absorbed by tho older
firm. However, Mr. McOluro and
Mr. Doubleday ceem tobodom-,
nant forco in tlm allied ooncorn .
MlnUtrr of f'lniinco Not Yet
Tho commission cf Attorney
Genernl Cooper as Minister of
Finance ad interim expired at
midnight Sunday night acd now
Mr. Cooper is uttunding to tho
uork of tho ollice unofficially until
tho President hits 011 aomoone for
should it ho decided to cive
back to Miuielor Damon upon his
return from Italy tho ollico of
Minitter of tho Finance tboro will
of courao havo to ho an under
standing with tho President nud
his nppoiuteo to that effect.
City of Peiclni-.
The order from the officer com
mnnding tho troops in the City of
Peking is (bat all men must he
abourd the ship at 4 o'clock this
afternoon. If nossiblo. the Pekinr
will get a ay this afternoon but
mere is a possibility that she will
not get nway until tomonow.
Pacific Import Co
We call attention that we have placed on sale over 200 dozen
Ladies' White andJCoIored Wash Waists, at a
Great'Reduction in Price
14- Qnaio1 Ladies' White u i OCT worth
to V opw wiaiwaists at tpi.V
2nd Special, Sat$2.00 SB
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 jjTable Linen is regular 60c
value. We ate constantly showing new novelties in every
Pacific Import Company.
11 33 Queen Street
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALES OF UE3AL
Notice Is hereby given that under
and In pursuanco of nn order issued
out of tho Circuit Court of tho First
Circuit, In tho Estate of A. K. Sylvn,
deceased, 1 am directed by J. P. Men
doncn, Administrator of said Estate, In
pursuanco of such older, to soil nt pub
lic miction to tho highest bidder for
rash 011 Saturday, tho 2nd day of Do
ccrnber, 1S99 ,ut IS o'clock noon of
that day, nt my salesroom on Queen
street, In the city of Honolulu, nil tho
right, title nnd Interest of tho said A,
K .Sylv.1, deceased, of, In nnd to nil tho
An undivided half Interest In nnd to
thnt certain pi ceo of land situate at
Auwnlollmu, Honolulu, Oahu, nnd de
scribed as follows:
Apnna 1. E hoomaka ana ma ko kl
hl o pill nna I kn ulna o Kekluo mo
ko Koelo o Kokol, n moo nku I ka
aoao muaj Hem. 23 30 Kom. 39 7-12
Kop. I ko Koole o Kekol; Lull nku 02
30 Kom. 3 Kaul. 41 3-12 Kap. 1 ka lol
nonllmn: Hcnin -115 15. 37 Kan .n hull I
kahl I nna mun Id nl; llema 52 30, 2
Kaul. C2 Knp. o pill nna 1 ka nlna o
1 Knul., 1G Annnn, 13 Kap.
Apana 3. E hoomaka nna ma ko
klhl HI, holo ma kn nono mun 49
Kom. 40 2-J2, Knp. o ka nlna o Kn
klno n hull n holo inn ka Kuaniuia o ka
lol; Hem. 38 30 Kom. 41 3-12, Knp. 11
hlkl 1 ka nlna o Paclmual holo ma
wacna oia alna Hema 72 Hlk I Kaul.
hull hou hnlil 1 hoomnkanl.
59 Anana, 23 Knpunl.
And being Apanns 1 and 3 of tho
premises described In K .P. 5GI1, L. C.
There Is a wooden building upon tho
nbovo premises and n half Interest In
such building will bo sold with them.
TERMS CASH. U. S. GOLD COIN.
Deeds nt tho expense of purchaser,
nnd snlo BUbJcct to confirmation by
tho Chcult Court of tho First Circuit.
For further pnrtlculars npply to Ce
cil llrown .Attorney for Administrator.
Dated, Honolulu'.November 4th, 1899.
JAMES F. MORGAN.
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