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THB EFENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMBER !l; 1899.
Martha Is not, stilctly speaking,
v Brand opera, Uko Lucia, Trovatoro and
' w balance of tho list In the rcpertolro
'tit the Uoston Lyric, and yet It Is nl-
Y&V wayyclasscd na Btich and given under
iy ttet head by nil tho great opera com-
mKlcB of tho world. It Is true tho
vVubIc Is BUhllmc, but lacks that In-
rv.' tensity, thnt grandeur of the other so
MIbb Andrews will have an oppor
tunity of displaying tho quality of her
volco without being drawn upon for
Its fullest compass. Tho choruses aro
superb. Tho Btory of tho opera Is most
Tho opera for Saturday matlnco will
bo Pirates of Pcnzanco and at night,
Ollvotto, In which both Miss Stanton
nnd Miss Andrews appear,
it was eaily Tuesday morning that
tho first Indications of water appeared
In tho well that is now being bored on
tho grounds of Knwalahao Church. A
distinct Dow appeared a little later on
nnd continued to lncrcaso until today
there la an excellent flow at about 725
feet Tho boring will bo continued un
til tho depth of something over 800 feet
Tho present flow of tho well Is In tho
neighborhood of 800,000 gallons for
twenty-four hours nnd tho present rnto
of lncrcaso would Indicate a much lar
ger amount when the well Is finished.
i. H. rinunnni is tno contractor wno
has been In chargo of tho work of bor
ing tho well at Knwalahno.
Tonight tho popular premier ventil
loqulst, J. V. Wlnton, makes his re
appearance in conjunction with tho,
garrulous and querulous McOinty,
Rubberneck, Danger and the other
membci;i of tho automaton family. Mr.
Hamilton Hill makes his final nppenr
nnco prior to Ills depnrture for tho
States, when ho will sing his brightest
gem "Tho Holy City" by special "re
queHt. Mlndell Drcyfuss and Jackson
Heinle nsslstud by Guy Livingston,
will appear In a new sketch entitled
"Tho Cream of Society." Julia nyrejn,
Tho Hands, and tho cntlio Orpheum
company Introduce new features,
songs and sketches.
Present fop Ciipt. Berber.
In tho Hawaiian News Co's. storo at
noon yesterday Captain Bcrgcr was
presented with a lmndsomo silver
mounted baton by 3ohn F, Sopor, on
behalf of tho Hawaiian News Co.
Thcso words nro Inscribed on tho sil
ver handle: "Presented to Hem I Bcr
gcr by tho Hawaiian News Company,
November, 1899." Captain llcrgcr
thanked Mr. Soper for tho cry kind
Work of the Drccljjer.
Tho big diedger nt U. S. Naval Slip
No. 1 has, up to date, cleared n space of
225 by 70 feet, tho water having ah
average depth of 28 feet. As soon as
tho cars for, t emoting tho roclc aro in
operation tho work will proceed much
- faBtcr, thefounlp'now In'operntlbn bo-
Ing Inadequate for handling tho largo
lock now being taken up. '
IP Ytill WANT A SUBSTANTIAL.
, EASY-RI.MNG WHEEL, BUY A
WHITMAN & CO.,
WALL, NICHOLS CC
60 60 60
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Think of it, five times more
pianos than all the business
houses on the Hawaiian Islands
put together could show.
These we have coming in a few
days. Prices from $250 up, on
$10 per month payments.
everyone wants a piano top
60 Christmas 60
The Tillmno Blko, a gcntlcmnn'ri
BOARD your horses nt tho New King
Horses clipped In a huinnne manner
nt the Club Stables.
A beautiful homo In Nuanu Valley
for sale See For Snlo. column.
Positively Perfect, runctiire Proof
Peculiar to Milwaukee, nt Bailey's.
Pianos from two hundred 'nnd fifty
dollnts up on tho payment plan. Sea
One coat of PEERLESS PRESERV
ING PAINT is cqunl to THREE of any
other kind of paint.
Assistant Deputy Attorney General
Webber leaves for San Farnclsco In tho
Australia of November 28.
The cane of J. LazaniB against J. O.
carter lias been discontinued by mu
tual consent of tho parties.
Three or four trjnsnnrls are etwvte.l
here during this week. The first to arrive
will prohibly be the Hancock.
The band concert nt Thomas Sqtiara
hut night was largely attended. Tho
nnte Kongs werolieartlly encored.
It Is probablo that II. R. Hltchcpek
will be up from Alolokal nt tho end of
tho wpok to attend to Important busi
ness. The Central Union Choral Society
will not meet this cviilng,- but will
meet tomprrow evening nt half past
The annual meeting of tlio Pacific
Hardware Co., Ltd., has been post
poned till Thursday, November 23d, at
10 n. m.
J. M. Dowi-ett has for sale ono Bet
of seit'n centrifugals complete, also en
gine, niltcr, two roljer mill, etc. See
Deputy Matshal Chllllugwoith goes
to Ewa this afternoon to open Deputy
Sheriff Fancuf's safo and to take out
the money of tho government.
President Dolo Ktntes that from news
icelod by tho last steamer .Mr. Da
mon tinted that ho would bo back In
Honolulu by tho last of December.
Knawa was acquitted of tho chargo
of violating sections Soft nnd 857 of tho
Penal Laws by a Jury In Judge Periy's
co-irt yesterday. Defendant w.is dis
charged. The Junior members of thq M,. C.
A. will mnko n trip up Tantalus next
Saturday, slatting nt 8 a. m. from the
Y. JL C. A. building, nnd letuinlng
about 5 p. in.
The family affairs of the steward of the
Great Admiral are putting Captain Stel
llng to considerable inconvenience, lie Iwv
Ing to secure a new cook every d.tv or two
or as often as the steward's w Ife lias lie:
husband arrested for brutalitv.
Now England Bakery & Candy Co., I
Hotel street, manuracturo a lino lino of
bread, pastry, tweddlng cakes, Ico
ci earns, sherbets and candles finest in
tho city, and prices vory low. Tele
phone 7-1. J. Oswald Lutted. Manngcr.
Jnpnn Selling to Filipino..,
Chicago, Nov. i. A special to the
Tribune from Washington, says: The
Japanese are furnishing arms and ammu
nition to the Filipino-. Indisputable
evidence ot this lias reached Washington
and occasioned much surprise in Ulplonw
tic and official circles. No action can tc
taken by the United States except to call
upon the consular and diplomatic agents of ,
this government to exercise the utmost ,
vigilance to prevent the fitting out of fili
The American forces operating in the ls-1
and of Luzon have captured many stands
of arms from the insurgents and the marks
showed conclusively they w ere manufac
tured in Japan.
From a high officla of the department
of State it was learned today this Govern i
ment could take no action In the matter.
Tlie United States Ins always maintain
ed the manufacture and sale of arms and i
ammunition was a legitimate business en
terprise and could not he curtailed. 'I his
was the position assumed by the UnlteJ
States when Spain rro'ested against the
sale of arms to the Cubins by American
firm. "The only course to be pursiied,"
said this official, "is for the UnlteJ States
Government to make the trade so unpro
fitable that It will cease. We have always
maintained that while the selling of arms
and ammunition was not strictly an illegi
timate enterprise if tliev were solJ to re
bels, thev could b; seized and conuV.ited ,
by the Government."
w m iMZS- nM- .--9 :
Another join of
Johnstone & Murphy's iuw
tion. The AiislruHsi h.i.s jut
brought ns this, imv .sho
J( fresli from the factory, and
the very latest for this season.
This slroe ,is anatomically
correct, will .fit with, perlect
comfort, and always" retains
7 MMnornu Vhno vtnrn
KNOW ALL MEN I1Y THESH
PRESENTS, that I, JAMES A. K1NU,
Minister of tho Interior of ho Ha
waiian Islands, do helehy certify and
innke known, Hint I hnve examined
Into the loudltlon or "THE FIKST
AMERICAN HANK OK HAWAII,
LIMITED," and If satisfactorily ap
pealing to mo Hint the sum of Klvo
Ilundied Thousand Dollnrs has been
paid In on account of Its capital stock.
Hint tho Directors of said Hank nro It
P. Dillingham, owning 200 shares ot
stock, Jlnik P. Robinson, owning 200
shirrs, (1. V. Macfnrlane. owning 23
shales, in nee Cartw right, owning SO
shares, and Cecil Blown, owning 3C
Khnics, nnd thnt nil nro icsldcilts of
llonnlifti, In tho Island ot O.ihu; nnd
It also nppeiirlng to me thnt said cor
poration has complied with nil tho
provisions of tbo Banking Act of 1881,
uqulrcd before commencing business,
and Is lawfully entitled to commence
tho business ot banking, permission U
therefore HEREUV GIVEN to "THE
KIRST AMERICAN BANK Ol' HA
WAII, LIMITED," to commence such
OIVEN under my hand nnd the
senl ot tho Department of
ISEAL. the Interior, this 5th day
of September, IS99.
(Signed), JAMES A. KING,
Jllnlstcr of tho Interior.
Tho n1oo Is a true and faithful copy
of the Ccitlflcuto grunted to Tho First
American Bank of Hawaii, Limited,
under tho provisions of tho Banking
Act ot 1SSI.
E. M. BOYD,
WHITNEY I MARSH, LTD.
Among the articles remaining in the Egan stock
are a few FINE STAPLES, such as :
NOUVEA UTI: BR'AID, in various shades ! ...,,
and styles; Lean's price up to 75c a yard; CORDUROY SKIRT FACING, 3 yds for. . . . e-,
now offered at fi- rfo
TORCHON UCES. VALENCIENNES LAD,ES' BELT S:LK HSH PPOUT
LACES, ECRU LACES ,5c Q y(j ERS.... j fl pap
20 pieces of LACE, 2 and 3 inches wide, .
-I" u ' ic a yd I PEARU BUTTONS 5c a dozen-
And, many other small articles to which we have not had opportu
nity to direct special attention.
WHITNEY & MARSO, Ltd.
I Buggy Covers.
We have on liiifJ a nice linr of dust covers, to spread over the bURCy
wheiuiot In ufe. AUo Clothes and Laundry B.irs, Cirptnter Aprons,
Ciiivas Hammocks, etc., etc.
Ve make Te.it, AwnlnK, Canop es, .Machinery Covers, and hi fact
anything in the line of canv.is work.
PEARSON & POTTER CO., Ltd.,
312 Fort street. Telephone 5C5,
On September 13 Young Chu Quon sold
the dry Roods business of Chu Yip iV Co.
to Lum Moy Sook. All bills, acalnst Chu
Yip & Co. will be paid by Lum Moy
Honolulu, Nov. 2, iKy).
1367 YOUN'J C!IU QUON.
Decision on Soldlcps Funcraln.
Washington, Oci. 15, The Controller
of the Treasury has
no law .iiithorilnq
funeral expenses of
decided that there Is
the payment of the
somisrs wno die at
home, .ilthoiiRli there is provision made
for the expenses of funerals of such as die
while on duty away from home,
Thu out popular Unlnler beer Is bo
runilitR n hoiiBohold word nnd "will
yon lmio a KhiBS-of Seattle," Is nioro
often heard than nnythlnu olso. Tho
frltcilon Snloon has tho beer on tap or
The 'Australia" brought 17
tonf of pictures and framing
materials for King Bros. If
you are in a hurry to make a
wedding or biithd.iy present,
look over the framed pictures,
of which thev have over 600
fresh ftoni the factories of the
East. Drop in and have a look;
110 Hotel street.'
THE BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.,
Proeress Blooic, Fort St.
Sole ARenW for Chlckerlnc, Kimball, Crown, Royal, Kroeger, Krell, Pianos.
.Aloha Collection of Hawaiian Songs..,
OPERA :: SEASON :: GOODS.
.Has now on lew the choicest selection of.,
Hih Class Oppra Wear
Ever seen In Honolulu, Mug the SPECIAL I MPORTAT ON selected
tiirinir i,.r m-ont Fastem visit. These eeRant goods comprise OPERA CAPES.
WAISTS. MARIE i ANTOINETTE SCARFS, and NECKWEAR of the richest
dlJnJof the present ;N 'S and Paris fashions. HAT? 'n the very latest Eastern
SWDurtf!enSpemS:mlssKlli;anha a special detriment for
Coiffeurs of tlie latest Parisian styles. ...,-, '
My Art Department, Up Stairs,
.i-j is REPLETE WITH THB LATEST DESIGNS' IN ?C
Stamping, Drawn Work and Embroideries.
;FULL LINES OFfC
Washable Embroidery Silks, Stamped Linens, Cusli ion Tops, &c Alwayslin Stock
.-A.Tj S O
B. W. JORDAN,
I M ' ' .W 1
Different shades and colors in highgrade Japanese Silks.
No. 10 FORT ST. I
special KnRagmeni5 may oc !' wr
fa l i