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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., NOVEMBER 13, 1899.
,. PLEASED TWO AUDIENCES.
Two big houses greeted tho "Pirates
of Penzance" and "Olivette" nt the
Opera House Saturday mat I nee and
Tho evening perfornmnre had both
Miss Stanton nnd Miss Andrews In
leading rotes, lending additional In
terest to the play. '
John Henderson ns Coqticllcat had a
vhanco to maka many local hits, which
wero taken ndvnntago of and tho "Dob
Up Serenely" song was called for five
times, so well did It plcaso.
Miss Stanton's song of tho Whale
nnd Torpedo with tho splendid chorus
was well liked and got two encores.
Qeorgo Ktinkcl caused much merri
ment ns Captain do Mcnlnnc, tho blus
tering old sea dog, niul Hnllam ns Vul-,
entlno ,wtth tho exception of tho fal-
sctto notes, played his part In n most
pleasing manner. I
"Tho Mikado." which Is familiar to
Honolulu people, will be given on
Tuesday night and 11 Trovntoro on
.BOERS GAIN UECRUITS. ,
Cape Town, Cape Colony, Nov. 2. .,
Magistrate Harmsvonh Was arrived from r
Kllpdam and reports that there are 6cco
Boers around Kimberley, and that all the j
roads are strictly patrolled. He says that
he passed closed enough to Kimberley to ,
see the searchlights and va Informed
that the defenders of the town were satis
fied they could hold out, but were wearied
with the Inactivity and hoped that a re
lievlne force would soon arrive.
Stories of Boer victories have spread !
rapidly alone the Western border, and
Magistrate Harmsworth estimated that ,
over half the Dutch residents of Hechu-
analand and Gilauatand will join the ,
Boers after declaration cf annexation.
It Is asserted that 3000 Boers have col
lected at the Bechulee bridge, under I:leld
Comet Dbtnlt. I
MANAUEK KOR PUNA. j
It la rumored that William Campbell
linn liinlilmt ,. muiaiit ,tin tna(tlrt ft
manager of tho now Puna Sugar Co.
Ho Is at present manager of Hamoa
and Is a thorough cano man. Mr.
Campbell came tip hero last week and
went over tho ground nnd expressed
himself an being highly pleased with
tho conditions. Tracts suitable for
rano culturo arc not large, but tho soil
, Is exceedingly rich nnd tho completion
of thu plantation railway will innko
tho varlouB fields easy of ncccss. Ha
HAWAII MKAT C0MI3INE.
Paul Jnrrct nnd Julian MotiRcrrat
will meet on Saturday to Inquire fur
ther Into tho meat question for this
district. Tho details of a combination
have not yet been completed. It Is
stated that with a. combination of the
ranchors, consumers will bo enabled
to secure a superior quality of meat
ns tho cattlo will bo driven slowly from
tho ranchers and after resting for a
period will bo butchered on scientific
nnd sanitary principles nnd, tho public
will receive -"better' 'servWe. Hawaii
60 60 60
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 for
60 Christmas 60
THE BERGSTROffl MUSIC CO.,
Progress Blook, .Fort St.
Sole Agents for "CITIckerliig, Kimball, Crown! Royal, Kroeger, Krcll, Piano;.
OPERA :: SEASON :: GOODS.
.Has now on view
High Class Opera Wear
Ever seen In Honolulu, king the SPECIAL IMPORTATION selected
durlne her recent Eastern visit, 'ihese elegant goods comprise OPERA CAPES,
VyWsi MARIE ANTOINETTE SCARFS, and NECKWEAR of the richest
designs of thepresent New York and Paris fashions, HAT? n the very latest Eastern
Btvtes, Also Fringes and Butterfly Effects.
During the Opera Season, Miss Killean has arrangea a special department for
uomeursoi inc laicsv rui3itm aiviw .... jl1 '
Special Engagements maybe made
IF YOU WANT A SUBSTANTIAL,
EASY-RUMNG WHEEL, BUY A
WHITMAN & CO.,
of Hawaiian Songs.,
the choicest selection of.,
by ringing up
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Hawaiian Songs. Seo page 8.
The Helene goeii on tho Marine II. It,
American Messenger Service. -To (
A six-room cotlngo to let. Apply
HOARD your horses at tho New King
Street Stables. t
Horses clipped In n humane manner
nt tho Club Stables.
Young man vanto position as book
keeper. Seo Want column.
J. A. MtCnndless returned frqm
Maul In the Cluudlne Sunday.
Young girl as npprcntlco wnntcd.
Manicuring Parlor, Model lllock.
Ah On has sued Ah Puck to compel u
cancellation of mortgngo and note.
New life Is given to old roofs by
applying a coat of PEERLB3S PAINT.
Harmony Lodge, No. 3, I. 0 .0 ,V
meets this evening at 7:30 In Harmony
Aktiua has brought null for damages
In tho Second Circuit Court against
Tho (Jreen embezzlement enso Is on
trial before a foreign Jury In Judge
There Is a notice regarding the
steamer Mauna Loa'o sailing time In
today's Issue. Seo Nov Today.
Tho band glvco.n concert In Emma
Square as usual this ovenlng. An ex
cellent program has been arranged.
Oerrlt P. Wilder has given away all
his homing pigeons to friends, ho not
having timo to attend to their training.
The office of tho Loelnnaw report
that the hospital ship Solaco was not
yet icady to will when they left. No
A meeting of tho Sons of St. George
will be held this evening, when the
nomination of ofllceru for tho ensuing
term taites place.
Lieut. Doreey, who camo In chargo of
tho men nnd horbos In the Leclanaw on
hor last trip here, was n passenger for
Manila In tho Athenian.
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Uartlctt have n
card of thanks in this Ibsuo expressing
grntltude to their many friends for tho
kind sympathy Hhown during their re
Sealed tenders v111 bo recolvcd nt
tho office of tho Minister of tho Interior
till noon of Monday, Nov. 20th, for tho
construction of a road to Kuklulaele to
Walplo. Seo New Today.
In a camo of footbanl between tho
Punahou Juniors and tho High School
team Saturday afternoon, tho former
won by a tseoro of 29 to 0. Tho High
School cadets weru not In It.
. Tho Supreme Court 1ms overruled tho
objections of defendant In tho enso of
Fernandez vs J. M. Camnrn adminis
trator, and sustained tho act of tho
lower court In granting tho non-suit.
In conformity vlth section 2021 of
the Civil Codo all corporations aro re
quired t,o make a. full and accurnto ex
hibit of tho stato of their affairs for
tho year ending December 3l8t. Seo
Kalunn, a mau who has frequently
appeared In tho Police Court on the
charge of assault and battery was fined
$10 nnd costs on the samo charge this
forenoon. Kalunn has Just been re
leased from Jail.
It may interest old colonials to
learn that tho Aloha Club drew a ten
pound prizo In u Tnttcrsall's consola
tion on thu Melbourno Cup run, No
vember 8th. Wo trust that other local
KangnrooulerM who have speculated
along similar lines may also bu In luck.
An Inexperienced horfcebnek rider en
dangered tho lives of several pedes
trians on tho Walklkl road yesterday.
The horse car coming up behind him
caused tho horso to gallop, and the
rider let go tho brldlo to hold on to the
saddle, tho horse ran on to tho side
walk, causing people to scatter right
and left. Luckily tho rider fell off and
the horse cantered back to his stable.
" 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.
Stamping, Drawn Work and Embroideries.
Washable Embroidery Silks, Stamped Linens, Cushion Tops,
Different shades and colors in high-grade Japanese Silks.
E. W. JORDAN,
1 j agjoa
rWV rTJ W W w'w
m Mnlnornu Shno Qtnro
We have on hand a nice line of dust covers, to spread over the buggy
when not in use. Also Clothes and Laundry Bags, Carpenter Aprons,
Canvas Hammocks, etc , etc.
vVe n ake Te.-.ts, Awnings, Canopies, Machinery Covers, and in fact
anything in th: line of canvas work.
PEARSON & POTTER CO.,
j 12 Fort street. Telephone 563.
KNOW ALL MB.N HY THESIS
PRBSBNTS, that 1. JAMES A. KING
Minister of tho Interior of tho Ha
waiian Islands, do hereby certify and
make known, that I have examined
Into tho condition of "THIS FIRST
AMERICAN HANK OF HAWAII.
LIMITED," nnd It satisfactorily ap
pearing to mo that tho sum of Five
Hundred Thousand Dollars has been
paid In on account of Its capital stock,
that tho Directors of said Dank are II
F. DUIInghnm, owning 200 shnrcs ot
stock, Mark P. Uublnxou, owning 200
shares, llruce Cartwrlght, owning 50
ehurcs. nnd Cecil Urown, owning 30
shares, and that nil nro residents of
Honolu 11, In the Islnud of Oahu; and
It nlso mipcnrlng to mu that said cor
poration has compiled with all the
provisions of tho Banking Act of 1881,
required beforo commencing, business,
and Is lawfully entitled to commence
tho business of banking, permission 1j
thercforo HER1SI1Y GIVEN to "THE
FIRST AMERICAN HANK OF HA- I
WAII, LIMITXSD," to commenco such
GIVEN under my hnnd and th
seal of tho Department of
SEAL. tho Interior, this 5th day
of September, 1S09.
(Signed), JAMES A. KING.
Minister of tho Interior.
The above is a truo and faithful copy
of tho Certificate granted to Tho First
American Hank of Hawaii, Limited,
under tho provisions nt tho Rankin,;
Act of 1SSL
E. M. ROYD.
Miss Nina J. Adams will open Classes
hi PHYSICAL CULTURE at the Y. M.
C. A. Gymnasium, WeJnfsday, October
4th. Application may be made from 0 till
13 o'clock on that d.ty. 1341
Department, Up Stairs,
& Murphy's crea-
lion. The Australia lias just
brought us this mv shoa,
fresh from the factory, and
r the very latest for this season.
This shoe is anatomically
correct, will tit with perfect
comfort, anil always retains
IIIUIIIUIIIJ WIIUU UlUilll
CIVIL SERVICE RULES
IN OUR KI'SrAUKANF.
It luis to. Our waiters are
trained to he
civil, iuic'c and at-
tentive to our guests.
is unrivaled in preparation of J.tinty
ianu appetizing ilislies
is scrupulously clean, everything
?s comfortable as we can make it.
And the prices are always in reason.
The Best Alenl Cafe.
THIS ANNUAL MKF.TINO OFTIIE
HEALANI YACHT AND HOAT CLUU
will bo held nt tho Clulihouho on Tiio.h-
d.iy, I'(iiiilH)r 17, 1H?I, lit 8 i. ill.
A MEETING OF THE ASSISSSA1IL1S
STOCK HOLDERS of tho KAMALO SU
GAR CO., will lio hold at Fotter'n null
(Niiuanu Ht.) at 7:011 p. 111 , Mond.iy,
THE LATEST DESIGNS IN
TendoM will bo received nt the At
torney (.i-nm-nl't Office tilt 12 o'clock
noon on Wednesday, November 29,
ISP!), for fttvnlKhlng tho Oahii Prison
for 0110 your, beginning on Friday, De
cember 1st. IPj'j, with tho following
suppll'M nt such times nnd In such
rjiuiitltkM us tnii-- be required.
The Mn stuil 01 such other ofllcor ns
h" urn t'f'Hlgiiatf will mnko tho requi
sition, nnd nil supplies will be subject
'.n Ills Inspection rnd approval.
Tho rontrnuor will bo required to
fu.nish bitllnblo bond for the faithful
perloi limine of his contract. -
All tenders must bo distinctly mark
ed "Tenders for Supplies, Oahu Pris
Tho Attorney Central does not bind
himself to n cept thu lowest or any hid.
HBNKY K. COOPKU.
Attorney Gi'iiernl'B Olllco, Nov .13,
I "ol, peril). '
KriHli .Meat, per lb.
Hard Dread, Medium (with ease), per
Freeh Dread, per loaf.
Snlmoii (red), per lb.
Ceffffe, Komi, In bean, per lb.
Potatoes, per lb.
ISrr.iis (red and pink), per lb.
Onions, per lb.
Rice, No. 1, per bug of 100 lbs.
Jlnr Soap (brown), with case, pur It,.
Sugar, No. I, per lb.
Milk, per quart.
HIup Denim. Amoskcah, VI 07, per yard.
1'iown Denim, Auiiiskeag, II oz, per
C.uinas, Noh. 2, 10 and 12. per yard:
Dlnnkets, per pair.
Galvanized Iron Duckets, Nos .13 nnd
14, per doz.
Ynrd Drooms, per doz.
fliocs, with buckles on sides, per dux.
California Wheat Hoy, large bales, per
Oats, per ton.
Solo Leather, per lb.
137C 3-t .
NOTICE TO CORPORATIONS.
In conformity with -Section 2021' ot
thu Civil Code, all Corporations are
hereby notified to make a full and ac
curato exhibit ot tho stato of their af
falts for tho year ending December 31,
1SS0. such exhibit to bo filed In tho In
tel lor Department on or beforo thu
31st day of January, 1900.
HInnks for this purposo will bo fur
nished upon application to tho Interior
Upon failure of nny corporation to
present tho exhibit within tho tlmo re
quired, tho Minister of thu Interior
will, either himself or by one or moro
commissioners appointed by him, call
for the production of tho books nnd
papers of tho corporation nnd examlno
Its nfllcers touching tho affairs, under
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Offlce, November 11, 1899.
Will be received at the office of the
Mlnlstn of the Interior till 12 o'clock noon
of Monday, November ?cth. for the con
struction of a road Kukulhaele to Waiplo.
Specifications at office of Supt. Public
Works and at A. J. Williams, Honokaa.
The Minister does not bind himself to
accept the lowest or any bid. '
Minister of the Interior. .
Nov. 17th, i8c. 1376
10 FORT ST.