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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., NOVUM UUU 14. 1RM.
Tho Iloston Lyric Opera Company '
should give u eupcrb production of Gil
bert and Sulllvan'B "Mikado" tonight.
It la nn opera that requires Intoltt- i
(,'ciico In Interprctatlnn and a thorough '
Icnowlcdgo to Hpealc Gilbert's lines glib
ly, na they arc written. '
"Tho Mikado" Is one of these authors'
greatest successes and had tho unpro-'
ccdcntcd run of flvo years In London '
and two years In. New York city.
Every part is a distinct character,
playing upon tho weakness of English
nrlstocrney. It Is considered by critics
tho best comic opera that has been
written, and In truth of this statement
It la Just as popular today as was al
most twenty years ago. Tho cast will (
bo a Strong one, Including Miss Jose-
PIIIQO OIHIUOII, 1MIH8 1UIIU ilUlN, mi.
llallam, Hockwell, Henderson, Kunklo
and tho great Lyric chorus.
On Thursday night II Trovatoro will
bo produced with tho full strength of
tho company. Miss Nellie Andrews t
will bo tho Leonora and A. J. Parmeley .
tho Maurlco. Tho performance will bo '
ti society event and a big houso will be i
In attendance. I
Tho repertoire for week of Nov. 21
will bo as follows: Tuesday, JJoccaelo;
Thursday, Carmen; Saturday matinee.
II. M. S. I'lnnforo; Saturday nigiii, isr-,
mlnle. ' '
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
STOHM ON TI1K LAKES.
Chicago, Nov. 3. Tho northeast gale
! IP YOU WANT A SUBSTANTIAL,
EASY-RISING WHEEL. BUY A
which has been raging for over forty- TRIBUrVJ!
eight Hours ami urongni mo ursi buow i WHJTMAIU .. Cf
of tho season to this locality, still con-1 "Ilil iln y L.U.,
tlnucs. Llfo savers nt various lake Tribune Agents.
points have been kept busy watching JSSiJi6;- - -
for and nidlng vessels In distress. ' I
SEATTLE DEEU. P rlrra
Tho over popular ltalnlcr beer Is bo- vyCIOllC
coming a household word and "will , w
v'ou hnvo a class ot Seattle." is moro i MnAnn,Sna
' often heard than anything olsc. Tho IYlIJJa.IIIW
Uriicrion saloon mis mo ucer on uip ur
j Cameras, A
For the past two years King i.p(it
Bros have been doing portrait! Llvll'c?L
enlarging and copying in cray-' ImDPOved
on and water color, during ""F1 uvcu
which time they have filled, jiorlF1
over two thousand ordprs. If "oucij
you have anything in this line wn-f,
to be done, you are invited to, WiLii
call or send your card, when ,
doine business with this firm,
remember they are of old'p Hr1Hr
standing and thoroughly re- Iaie noiQCPb.
liable. iUNU bkus.,
110 Hotel street.
Hawaiian Sonet. Heo pago 8.
Mikado at tho Opera House tonight.
American Messenger Service. To e
BOAHD your hoiscs nt tho New King
Harold Spencer hits passed his pro
limlnaiy examinations for entruncn to
Tho Chas. E. Moody cleared today fori
Tacoma. Bho will probably sail to
morrow In ballast.
II. r. Dillingham has had to post
pone his trip abroad indefinitely on ac
count or press or business.
Albert Itaas and family will leave
for tho Coast In n ehort time. IIo ex
pects to bo nway qulto n while.
Tho crowd of younc hoodlums which
Infests Thomas Square aro still mult
Ins their prcsenco felt and heard.
There arq at present but ten for
eign sailing vessel n In port. Conse
(ineutly things are quiet on tho front.
The On Sang which has been sche
duled to arrlvo from China will not
touch at Honolulu, but go straight
Tho gasollno famine Is expected to
be "pan" in a fow days now. as a
large shipment la expected nny day
now from tho CoatL
Prof. Lyons saya that tho most com
fortable way to view the November
meteoric display Is to placo n mirror
on tho ground and look Into it.
Tho Mutual Telephone Co., Ltd., have
declared a dividend .payable at the
office of tho Company, Merchant street,
on and after tho 20th Inst. See Now
The Westminster sailed for San
rranclcco yesterday. As she went out
of the harbor her uppearanco was not
of tho best, her propeller being In sight
half tho tlmo and thero was a very de
cided list to starboard.
1 HH TtfB v
Another gum of
Johnstone & Murphy's crea
tion. The Australia has just
brought us this niw sho,
fresh from the factory, and
the very latest for this season.
This shoe is anatomically
correct, will lit with perlect
comfort, and always retains
Mclnerny Shoe Store.
, TombM- will be received at the At
'toinoy Oeni.'inl'e Olllco tilt 12 o'clock
J noon, on Wciliioadny, November 29, ,
j IW'I", for lirnlshlng tho Oaliu I'rlson'
for one year, beginning on Friday, I)c
' comber 1st, 1W.. with tho following
I aupyll-vs nt such times and In such
fu;-iit!l!c.i as nmy bo required.
The Marshal oi such other olllcer as
ho may ('algnali' will mako tho rcqul
pltlun, mid till supplies will bo subject
to lit) Inspection and approval.
Tho contractor will be required to
furnish suilabto bond for tho faithful
performance of his contract.
All lemleis iiius't bo distinctly mark
ed "Tenders for Supplies, Oahn Pris
Tho Attorney General docs-not bind
himself to accept the lowest or nny bid.
1 1 EN It Y E. COOPElt,
Attorney (ioiifinl's Office, Nov .13
I'ol, per lb.
Fresh Meat, per lb.
Hard Ilrend, Medium (with enso), per
"tH "H "1H" "H tt
" And what a wealth of enjoy
ment. Hlil Hip first detachment of
America's army of invasion derjve.lilllll I., NICHOLS CC
frhm Hi14M.Vv at Honolulu ' From "-l- nlWnVLU WV
Ovl "o Manila. I
Tho action of tho directors of the
Walalua Plantation In rcclndlng the
assessment of 10 per cent until fur
ther notice has had tho effect of mak
ing the stock Jump In price. Tho as
sessable sold for $91 on change this af
ternoon and paid up $130.
Tho two boy stowaways that enmo on
the Lcelanaw wcro compelled to go on
shore yesterday. Doing penniless and j
knowing no ono they are In a hard po-1 L
sltlou. Last night they slept on tho
hay at Fishmarket wharf. Just before .
tho Westminster departed they tried to
stow away but were noticed and driven
E. A. Mott-Smllli has on the way here I
n dory The little boat will be a welcome
addition to the "Mosquito fleet" already
here. There are mnnv of these boats In
use on the eastern seaboarJ and tliev arc
verv fast. The new bait has been ship
red around the Hem. It will re used by
Mr.JWott-Smlth in landing' through the
surf at his country place nt Walalae.
60 60 60
Think of it, five times more pianos than all
the business houses on the Hawaiian Islands put together
These we have coming in a few days. Prices from
$250 up, on $10 per month payments.
,. Everyone wants a piano for
Cunmlxi's Second Contingent.
Ottnwn, Nov. 3. Sir Wilfrid Laurler.
tho Premier, was seen today regarding
a second contingent for tho Trnnsvanl. t
All that ho would Bay was that tho
matter was under consideration and
that correspondence was going on be
tween tho government and Imperial
authorities respecting the matter. It Is,
however, well understood, that an offer
of troops has ben made, and tho Do- I
minion Government Is now awaiting n I
"EXPEniENCE IS THE II EST j
Wo must bo willing to learn from ,
tho cxpcrlcnco of other people. Every
testimonial in favor ot Hood's Sar
saparllla is tho voico of oxperlenco to
you, and It Is your duty, If your bloor,
Is impuro and your health falling, to
tnko this medlclno. You liavo every
reason to expect that It will do for you
what it has dono for others. It Is
the best medlclno money can buy.
Hood's Pills aro non-lrritittlng, mild,
One coupon" and 25 tents, On To
Bounded by Keeaumoku, Kinau,
PUkoi and Lunalilo streets; only
one block from the Beretanla
street car line'5!:'5;";''";
This tract is situated in one of the finest resi
dence portions of Honolulu, and in a direct line with
the cooling breezes of AVikiki.
Lots "fox 90 feet will be sold for the reasonable
price of $1,250. Terms. $250 cash, balance on in
stallments, payments to suit purchaser.
This land has a very gentle slope, and purchasers
can immediately commence building operations.
s Eaily purchasers can secure choice locations.
C ' For further particulars apply to
, GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
i Judd Building.
Fresh Dread, per loaf.
S;il mon (red), per lb.
Tea per lb.
C'offffe, Komi, In bean, per lb.
Potntocs, per lb.
Uer.na (red and pink), per lb.
Onions, per lb.
Ulrc, No. 1, per bag ot 100 lbs.
liar Soap (brown), with enso, per lb.
Sugar, No. 1, per lb.
Milk, per quart. 'IJB
nine Dentin, Amoskeag, 11 oz, per yard,
l'rown Denim, Amoskeag, II oz, per
Canvas, Nos. 2, 10 and 12, per yard.
Blankets, per pair.
Galvanized Iron Ilitckcls, Nos .13 and
14, per doz. SI
Yard Drooms, per doz. t'J
Shoes, with buckles on sides, per doz.
Cullfornla Wheat Hay, largo bales, per
1 ton. '
Outs, per ton. . ,
Holu Leather, per lb.
1370 3-t ' '
NOTICE TO CORPORATIONS.
THE BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.,
',M. Progress Bloolt, Fort? St.
'.-V Sole Agents for Chlckerlng, Kimball, Crown, Royal, Kroeger, Krell, Pianos.
.Aloha Collection of- Hawaiian Songs.au-
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 irake Tents, Awnings, Canopies, Machinery Covets, and In fac.t
anything In the line cf canvas work. ,
PEARSON & POTTER CO.,
312 Fort street. Telephone 5G5.
In conformity with Section 2021 of
the Civil Code, all Corporations are
hereby notified to mako a full and nc
cinuto exhibit of tho state of their af
fulis for the year ending December 31,
1S99, such exhibit to bo filed in tho In
terior Department on or beforo lh
31st day of January, 1900.
lllanks for this purpose will bo fur
nished upon application to tho Interior
Upon folium of any corporation to
present thu exhibit within tho tlmo re
quired, tho Minister of tho Interior
will, either himself or by ono or more
commissioners nppolntcd by him, call
for tho production of tho books and
papers of tho corporation and examine
its nniccrs touching tho affairs, under
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Olllco. November 11, 1899.
The. annual mention of tint xtnckhoM. RKCULAR ANNUAL MtiKTJNi'l 01
him of the Oulin Sti.-ai ('ompaiiv, Ltd.JTHK UNION J-'EKI) COMPANY, MM-
i will bo held at the room f tun Cliauiliir
'or (.iiiiiiner e mi Imrviiiy, Uiu iuili day
!nf N'.iViinWr, Mi!. .n HI .1. 111.
13741 H SIM1H. Hvn etury.
I The Annual Meeting of the Pacific Hard
I ware Co., Ltd., will be held nt Its office
In Honolulu on Thursday, November oth,
j at 10 o'clock a. m.
Huiiolulu, Nov. and, 8;o.
JAS. GORDON bPENUSR.
ITK1), will bo bolil nt tho Comnaiiv's
olllco, .Juild Rulldliig, on WodnosdHy
next, tho loth Inst., at 10 o'clock, n. 111,
F. It. VIDA, Beerotary.
The above meeting adjourned to Thurs
day, Nov. 23rd, at 10 a. m.
OPERA :: SEASON :: GOODS.
v . ,, Has now on view the choicest selection of -, K
High Class Opera Wear
Ever seen In Honolulu, being the SPECIAL IMPORTATION selected
durlne her recent Eastern visit, 'these elegant goods 'comprise OPERA CAPES,
WAISTS . MARIE i ANTOINETTE SCAUFS, and NECKWEAR of the richest
designs of the present New York and Paris fashions. HA T? -a the very latest Eastern
atyfcs. Also Frlnces and Butterfly Effects.
Durlne the Opera Season, Miss Killean has arraiiRea a special department for
Coiffeurs of the latest Parisian styles.
Special Engagements may be madeby ringing up
Telephone 925. " "
My Art Department, Up Stairs,
IS REPLETE WITH THE LATEST DESIGNS IN ?C
Stamping Drawn Work and Embroideries.
FULL LINES OF fC
WashableEmbroiderySilks,8tarnped Linens, GushionTops, &c, Alwayslin Stock
.jOl. Ii S O
Mi $: ri
11: . . ,' v
Different shades and colors in highgrade Japanese Silks.
IKV-- . ff ' . -V.-A'
B. W. JORDAN,
No. 10 FORT ST.