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Grand Opera. I
HONOLULU COFFEE MILLS
PURE HAWAIIAN COFFEES,
(3-iern or Honsted
Largo stock of Coffees from the Kona, Hamnluu, Oliu Dis
tricts nlw.ivs on hand. Old Coffees a speciality.
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
9 "Aloha Collection of
The Best Hawaiian Souvenir
Comer Hotel and
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Do you expect to carve a turkey next month ? November Is the
proper month to do such tilings, and the Thanksgiving turkey will 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 the right time to get that new
s:t of Carvers you liave been thinking about getting.
We have all sorts plain, fancy, cheap, medium and expensive, and
rni pleave you with the new stock in this line that we have just-received,
A full line of table cutlery, also plated spoons, forks and knives.
I 0. HALL
Cor. Fort and Kine Sts.
Columbia and Humbler AgontH.
The Great Musical Farce, "RISING THE
By the Orpheum Stock Company.
The World-Famous Ventnlnquls t,
J. W. WINTON,
Introducing New and Novel Figures.
The Popular Artist,
In Descriptive Ballads.
JACK RAND and JULIA UYRON,
In Their Great Comedy Sketch.
The Charming Soubrette,
MINDELL FERN UREYFUSS,
In Her Latest Songs and Dances.
The Popular Comedian,
Supported by the Orpheum Company, In
the Great Comedy Farce,
"THE DUTCH JUSTICE."
General Admission, tsc and joe.
Last six rows for children under 1 a yurs, 10c
neserved Chairs, soc.
Seats can be booked by rlntlnz up Telephone 54s.
Change of Program Mondays and
Family Matinee every Saturday, at
2:30 p. m
.The Bulletin can satisfy J
E all your WANTS. It has J
established a WANT
C O L U A N ,
& SON. Ltd,
CIVIL SERVICE RULES
IN OUR RRSTAIJRANT.
It has to. Our waiters are
trained to be civil, quick and at
tentive to our guests. Our ehej
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 Bnkepy Cnfe.
The Best Meal Cafe.
WAIALUA AGRICULTURAL COM
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
assessment No. 6 of 10 per cent on the as
sessable stock of the Walalua Agricultural
Company, Limited, is hereby deferred un
tl; further notice. Hy order of the Board
W. A. BOWEN,
1 377-1 w Treasurer.
The Annual Meeting of the Pacific Hard
ware Co., Ltd., will be held at Its office
In Honolulu on Thursday, November 9th,
at 10 o'clock a. m.
Honolulu, Nov. and, 184,0.
JAS. GORDON SPENCER,
The nhnve nipctlnf nHnnrnAil fi.'ri,i,r.
day, Nov. 23rd, at 10 a. m.
THE EVENING B'IIiMSTIH! HONOLULU, H. I, NOVBSIHEli
rtiOS-'''' ' "" ''"" mil it ImtiltJ Jlifctnli
liVa!. tlimfinl inurtion; to etnli uconJ liiitt-
Mont in cmli j ft-cf A ait J fa unit a monic. mi ,
tbtjftil Jwri'imr iwr tftttj tbl fopll 0 naulnl.
LOS r A Haitleviak.Skln Pur fctwwm Crurlaln
line on Fort Sin et an I Dr. Mc ' rclnce.
Suitable rewtrJ n rclurn lo till unifi. i3
KMI'LOYMENT WANTfct) by rood Jar""
'- Cnol lulnc lone experience. Address "OKA,
t APANESE Fulthlul nd KnJ cook wnu a situs
J Hon: rooJ timliy. I rank Sera. P. O II. 874 Ho
VOUNGGiRL WANTED as apprentice. Ur-lo-
' date Mancurlnc IMrrs. Room 6, MoJel Mock.
WANTED-POSITION ( an' kind by youns mai
W wlih (our ye.iri exoerlrnce bookkeeping AJ
JrewJ. A.mreof UULLETIS nffice. 3
C.XPCRIENCED SALd LADIES wantel at Ihe
- I'adfic ImpoitOv u
COMPETENT GERMAN GIRL WANTED (or
Recral homework and care of chiMren. Infer
ences required Arply CI. M.. Bulletin nflice I)&
WANTED SITUATION, by a youn Japanese
vv toman, to do light housework, or as nurse In A
private family Addres M. ., Hull-tin nlfirr nfr
CDST-CLASS JAPANESE COOK WANTS PO
I SITION. Ten tears experience. Address
SUZUKI, P). Uox86j. i4
vv Hirst-class references. Address J. Cj Uullelln
UANTED A position bv an Intelllcenl, educated
W vonne American. Good address; references
"K." tlullefln office. n 8
VXANTED 500 Men meet shaved for 15c. thlte
vv barbers) II. JEffS. 610M Fori street, orp.
Club Stables iioj-lf
TO LET Tonely finished collates 'ear Vine
' jard Street. J M. Vivas near Post Office.
TO LET-SIX ROOM COTTAGE, Acfly Mono-
lulu Hotel late Eagle llojse. 1)77
TO LET-IXROOrt COTTAGE. Apply Eaele
TO LET FURNISHED FRONT ROOM lo let:
rr vale fan v: moderate rent,
0,6 Vineyard St.,
3 doors from Queen ll.itel
TO RENT-Two furnished
POR RENT A furnished ROOM, at7j Ucretanla
' street, orp. Hawaiian Hotel i))6
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE. Fort St Rest
rooms and attendance In city. i)l
IvJU England l)kery Co,
For sale etieap. New
DILIIARD TAflLE tOR SALE. CHEAP.
IlLAVbR LUNCH ROOM.
OR SAI r-ncAUTiriit home in nuuanu
VAILEY Address llox tit. l tJ U7
Tine NhW UPHII.HT HlAO For Sale CHEAP
for cash. AdlressA. J lliilletm rflice. 87
FOR SALE On WalKlkl Road, near the residence
otGco Manson, Es.1 ,d slrable house ol 5 rooms
and bith: enod fruit trees: nice crnunds. 100x100.
Or will exchange for lots In Munahnu. For furthrr
particulars wpit t . GFAR, LAN-IN'C, f, en nft6
FOR SALE A new COn AGE of eleht ro-msand
bath: crounds nicely laid out; stable and out
Unc lot 75 x tax: wa'cr laid on; ornamental trees,
etc One corner lot, 75 x uj
All on College street, lor further pattlculars
aerlv to W M. CUNNINGHAM, at the Favorite
Saloon 1 Jfa
COR SALE Lots at Walklkl, $415 each.
I Lots at Kal ihl. $j 50 each.
Lots on Young street. $1,500 each.
Lots n Nuuanu valley, all prices.
House and Lot at Kewalo.
Lots at Kcwalo, all prices.
Lots t Punahou.
House and Lot at Punalmu a bargain.
Home and Larce Lot at Ktllhl v rv cheap.
Apply U WiLLIAM SAVIDGE,
Iljg " 'lo ' '' ""'
PR SALE-One n-lnch Y riTTING, with flan.es
conolete: ftanircs are tarred for ia-inch well
casing: a desirable ntllnc o'r Irrigating pipes. J
C.11HICI.U 1 11 oc K.J., ga.-aaq Mne i. 1141
PR SALE-Pure-bred, Rough-Coated, SCO CM
COLLIE PUPPIES Just received ex bkt S. N
Castle, trom Rancho llonlto's Kennels, allfnrnla.
For further Information arplv to M. T DONNbLL,
at Wl der's float Shop, Puppies can be seen at No.
If4 Robelio Lane, Palamx 1)14
COR SALE-One SIIIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
1 order. Apply In II. G. Dlart. Fort St. noflf
A TWO-MANUALand Pedal (lass REED ORGAN
" Suitable for chapel or residence. Bergstrom
Music Co., Fort street. 1067
OCEAN GREYHOUND "CHINA."
Au interesting ruco tool; il.u:o be
tween tho Chlnn and the noiv Kroncli
liner tho Indus, from Kobo to Hoiie,'
kong durliiK tho China's last voyage.
Captain Seabury in speaking of tho
"When wo arrived nt Kobo tho ln
duB was thero and had Becurod eery
passenger in tho place, the reputation
of her being a marvclously fast bunt,
having mado 19 knots an hour on trinl
trip, being heralded abroad oy her ol!l
rers. Somo of the peoplo were wnltlni;
for tho China, but tho Indus' ofllccrs
said they would havo their passengers
landed in Hongkong before tho China
was sighted, so wo did not got any.
"We left Kobo about two hours
ahead of the Indus and whtlo moving
along at moderato speed tho next
morning in the Inland Sea wo sighted
tho Indus coming down upon ua liko a
cloud, Well, I couldn't stnud for that,
so I got up full speed and things got
vory warm, wo wero soon goliij at a
rnto of 17 Knots nn hour and I was sur
prised to find that wo wero drawing
away from t.ho Indus; in ten hour-3 tho
China had gained live milos ami to
mnko n long story short, wo arrived nt
Hongkong on tho afternoon of 0110 day
aud tho Indus camo in into in tho after
noon of tho noxt."
Tho China's delay in arrlvlnc nt Ho
nolulu from Sun Francisco, it It can
bo called delay, was caused by her us
ing but thrco of her boilers and on an
average of only C5 tons of coal a day.
Tho transport Solaco was to havo left
San Francisco on tho day after tho
Chlnn sailed or tho 10th lust. Her do
lay was caused by tho decision on the
part of tho Navy Department nt tho
last moment to send a largo nuuibnr
of marines In tho Solaco. This necessi
tated tho building of n largo number of
extra bunks. Several Indies, wives of
tho oflkcra aboard, were to hao been
given accommodations aboard the So
lace, but tho decision to aond Mil mu
rines stopped that.
Tho following vessels havo been
chartered nt Newcastle, N. 3. V., for
this port; Ur. ship Champion, Ur.
stmr. Drummulr, nr .bark Torthbank.
For add'tlonal Shipping News e. tevisth paife
Weather Iliircan, Piinahou, Nov. 17.
Tcmpernturo MornlnK minimum 73.
Mlddny maximum, 80.
ll.irometor, 9 a. m., 30.008. Stonily.
Dow Point, 02 V.
Humidity nt 9 a. m. 03.
Diamond Head Signal Stntton. Nov.
17, 1 p. m. Weather, hazy, 'vlnd light,
Thursday. Nov. 1G.
Am. stmr. China, Sonbuty, 7 dnya
from Snn Francisco, passenger anil
mdsc., to H. Hncktcld fc Co.
Friday, November 17.
Stmr. Iwalanl, Gregory, from Kola,
Stmr. Klloliann, Thompson, from
Wnlmcii, with 03 bags taro and C pkgs.
Am. schr, Aloha, Fry, from San
Frnnclaeo. with 2000 tonB gen, md3B ,
consigned to II. Hackfeld.
Thurnduy, Nov. lo.
Stmr. Lchua, Dower, Kaiiunkukul. ,
Qt tiAi t TnlAnd Hf nTliirirt l1 On n il It oil
Olllll. .-., , ...,VU,, ,..,m, ,
simr.iAiOKOiu, uuaou, ivamaio. ,
Ihlg John D. SbreckolR, Chrlstcnsen,
Str. James Maltco, Tullctt. Knpan.
Friday, iVov. 17.
Stmr. China Scabury, for China mid
Japan nt 4 o'clock.
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr. Wnlalcnlo, Green, for Kapaa
and KUnura, at 4 p. m.
IT. S. A. T. Pennsylvania, Jiroomhcad,
for Manila with troops.
U. S. A. T. Olympla, Trowbrltlgy, for
Manila, with troops.
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Stmr. lwnlanl, Gregory, for Maka
wcll, nt 3 p. tn.
bum. iMiiiuil, Thompson, for Eleelo
at 3 p. m.
From Kola, per stmr, Iwalanl, .Nov.
17: Mr. Comstock, Mrs. M. Rogo, Mrs.
G. Pcrelra, Mrs. Jji Perclra, Mrs. Mlde-
ITEMS FROM HARB0K FRONT
Tho Australia nrrlvcd In San Fran
cisco Nov. 7.
Tho Iwalanl reports very flno weath
er on Kauai.
Tho transport Chas. Kelson nrrlved
ln'Mantln November 3.
Tho bark Falls of Clydo sailed from
Snn Francisco for Hilo, Nov. 7 .
Tho Bhlp Charmer sailed f 10111 Oysir
Day for Honolulu, November 4.
The Dalny Vostoz Jias arrived ssfely
lu San Francisco from this port.
Tho bktno. Planter sailed from San
FrancUco for this port November 1.
Tho schooner Ottilia Fjord saMed
from Gray's Hurbor for Hilo Nov. .".
Tho schooner Ilonolpu arrived in
Port Townsentl from this port Nov. 0.
Tho transport Ohio arrived In Sun
Francisco from this port November o.
Tho schooner Oceanic Vanco nailed
from Newcastle for Honol-ilu October
Tho German bark. Mario HacUfold
arrived In San Francisco Nov. S, 17
days from this poit.
Tho missionary schooner Hiram
ningham sailed from San Fruuchiro for
a crulso to the South Seas, November
Cornell Bests Columbia.
New York, Nov. I. Cornell nnd Co
lumbia wero well represented ut Man
hattan Held this afternoon, wncn tlio
football teams from Ithaca and tho lo
cal university met on tho gridiron.
Columbia was 11 pronounced favorlto,
odds of 5 to 4 being laid on tlio blue
nnd white, but tho wearers of tho red
nnd whlto hud plenty of backing and
tho Ithacau rooters got all tho cash as
well as tho glory, as Cornell won, shut
ting out tho Columbia team by a score
of 29 to 0. '
HANCOCK MAKES A TRIAL TRIP.
Tho Government transport Hancock,
fitted out by tho Union Iron Works to
bo tho model troopship of tho world,
mado a trial trip yostorday about the
bay and out nlno miles from Point lio
nlta. Sho mado a speed of sixteen
knots, nnd was tried in every way nnd
found wanting in no appointment.
Thero wero about soventy-flvo In the
party, among them bolug Oonornl
Uieckenridgo, Inspector General of tho
Army; Colonel Oroonlcaf, United
States Medical Inspector; Captain
Goodnll, Captain Dennett, Lieut. Ly
man and wlfo, Captain Muugcr of tho
Ltfo Saving Service, Messrs. Forsyth,
Holland and Donald of tho Union Iron
Works, nnd Frank G. Carpenter, the
well known correspondent.
General Dreckenrldgo pronounced
tho Hancock a magnlflccnt transport.
Tho work of completely rollttlng tho
Hancock was planned by n special
board, consisting of Captain Jlarnoaon,
Captain Matthews, Medical Superin
tendent Raymond and Colonel Green
leaf, and for two months tho workmen
havo been busy with her. Sho Is uow
ready to tako ou troops for Manila. S,
F. Nov. 7.
ANOTHER TRANSPORT CHARTERD
Tramp btcamers aro ulaylnflt in luck
this ycor nnd they nil seem' to bo head
ed this way. Anothor tramp was char
tered by tho Government yesterday.
This timo It in tho British steamer
Flintshire, which will bo pressed Into
servlco to carry Undo Sara's froight
to tho now possessions, tiho recontly
arrived from lirUbano, Australia, and
Is considered a flno vessol, 3. F. Nov.
The liulletin, 76 cents per month
17, 185)9. ' V
MMMWMMMMWM ! 1IHI ! IM 1 i
Moscow, Idaho, Nov. C Tho final
culminating Bccno in the long drawn
out labor troublo In tho mining regions
was cnnctctl In tho Federal Court to
day, when tho ten men found guilty
of interfering with tho United States
mall near Wartlner during tho riots of
April 29th wero sentenced by Judge
Ucntty to each servo twenty-two
months In tho United States prison at
Snn Qucntln, Cnl., and each pay a $1000
flno, with' ' tho exception of Dennis
O'Rourke, who, on nccount of his
youth, gets off with twenty months nnd
a fine of ? 1000.
VESSELS UP AND LOADING.
Tho fololwlng vessels woro up and
loading nt San Francisco for this port
on the 9th Inst: Diamond Head, S. G.
Wilder, Fort George, Martha Duvlrt,
Andrew Welch. Tho Annlo Johnson
nnd Amy Turner wero up and loading
for Hilo, H. I at tho samo time.
At a Special Meeting of the Stockholders
of Wm. G. Irwin and Co., Ltd., held Mils
lOth day of November, iDog, the follow
Ing Officers yere elected,; to fill vacancies
during the unexpired term, viz.:
' Wm. G. Irwin, President and Managet;
Claus Spreckels, 1st Vice-President; W.
M.Glffard, 2nd Vice President; H. M.
Whitney, Jr., Treasurer and Secretary, vice
W. M. Glffard, elected 2nd Vice-President;
Geo. J. Ross. Auditor, vice H. M. Whit
ney, Jr., elected Treasurer nnd Seaetary.
Election of Officers.
Notice Is hereby given that at the an
nual meeting of the Oahu Sugar Co., Ltd.,
held In Honolulu. November 16, i8qo, the
following Officers and Directors were
elected to serve for the ensuing year:
Officers Paul ls?nberg, President; B. F.
Dillingham. 1st Vice-President; M. P. Ro
bin on, nd Vice-President: J. F. Hack
feld, Treasurer; Ed. Sulir. Secretary; F.W.
Glade Auditor. Board of Directors S. C.
Allen. F. J. Lowrey. W. Wolters, J. A.
McCandles, and e.voffic 0: Paul Isenberg,
BrP. Dillingham, M. P. Robinson, J. F.
Hackfeld, Edl Suhr.
Election of Officers.
At the annual mretl g of the Union
Feed Company. Limited, held In Honolulu
this 15th day of November 1899, the fol
lowing named persons were rlected to
serve as Officers and Director of the Com-
n inv fur f h encnlntr , ,r ,! .
1;' - -,--"fc '-' (..,
c. . m icrariane, resident; W. r Al-
en. Vir -PrvJilpnt, P VV Mnr..rtnn.
Maniger and Treasurer; F. klamp,' Audi-
uir; r n. vim, aecreiary. uirectors: E.
C. Macfarlane, Gen. H. Robertson, F. W.
Macfatbne, W. F. Allen, J. F. Hackfeld
I-. K. VIUA,
380 Secretary Union Feed Co.
Pacific Import Co. ;
We call attention that we have placed on sale over 200 dozen
Ladies' White and Colored Wash Waists, at a
Great Reduction in Price
Ladies' Wash Waists, Colored,
ureat Values, reduced to
saJust 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 Table Linen is regular 60c
value. We are constantly showing new novelties in every
Pacific Import Company.
On SATURDAY, Nov. 18.
at 15 rvr.i nrif Ninnro
at the premises, comer Merchant and Ala
kea streets, I will sell at public auction the
Terms cish. Buildings to be removed
within fifteen days.
JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctioneer.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL
Notice is hereby given that under
nnd In pursuanco of an order Issued
out of tho Circuit Court of tho First
Circuit, In tho Estate of A. K. Sylva,
deceased, I am directed by J. P. Mea
doncn, Administrator of said Estate,' in
purBuanco of such order, to soil at pub
ic auction to tho highest bidder for
caBh on Saturday, tho 2nd day of Do- -comber,
1899 ,at 12 o'clock noon of
thnt day, at my salesroom on Queen
street, in tho city of Honolulu, all tho
right, title and Interest of tho said A.
K .Sylvn, deceased, of, in nnd to nil tho
An undivided hnlf interest In and to
that certain plcco of land sltuato at
Auwalollmu, Honolulu, Oahu, and de
scribed ns fol ows:
Apana 1. E hoomaka ana ma ke kl
hl o pill ana 1 ka aina o Kcklno mo
ko Koclo' o Kekol, a moo nku 1 kn
noao mua; Hem. 23 30 Kom. 39 7-12
Knp. 1 ko Koclo o Kekol; Lull nku 02
30 Kom. 3 Kaul. 44 3-12 Kap. I ka lol
poalima; Hcma 4G 15, 37 Kap .a hull I
kahl 1 ana mua la al; Hcma G2 30, 2
Kaul. G2 Kap. o pill ana 1 ka nlna o
1 Kaul., 10 Anana, 13 Knp.
Apana 3. E hoomaka ana ma ke
klhl HI. holo ma ka noao mua 49
Kom. 4G 2-12, Kap. o ka alna o Kn
klno a hull a holo ma ka Kuaauna o kn
lol; Hem. 38 30 Kom. 44 3-12, Kap. a
hlkl I ka nlna d Paelmual ,holo inn
waena ola nlna Hema 72 Hlk., 1 Kaul.
hull hou kahl 1 hoomakaal.
C9 Anana-, 23 Kapual.
And being Apanas 1 nnd 3 of tho
premises described In R .P. 5641. L. C.
Thero Is a wooden building upon the
above premises nnd a hnlf Interest in
such building will bo sold with them.
TERMS CASH. U. S. OOLD COIN.
Deeds nt tho expenso of purchaser,
nnd salo subject to confirmation by
tho Circuit Court of tho First Circuit.
For further particulars npply to Ce
cil Drown .Attorney for Administrator.
Dated, Honolulu.November 4th, 1899.
JAMES F. MORGAN,
Ladies' White dn off worth
Waists at tfrl.ZO $2.00
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