Newspaper Page Text
11 1 11 1 r iMasrnsMsMaaTsaMTnaMsjsaljsMSaMiMSaMBMajBjiaiaiaiasw ir T WT- '
eppfr nr wb
WSjjiiiiWmz3& 's!maKKnW Jfc ! in
''' wT" aS
COL.W. A. THOMPSON'S
Tuesday, Nov. 14 MIKADO. ISaturdav MMh.ee, Nov. 18 THE
Comic. MUSKETEERS Comic
ThuKday, Nov. 16 ....IL TROVATORE Saturday, Nov. 18 ... LA BELLE HELEN
Grand Optra. '
HONOLULU COFFEE MILLS
PURE HAWAIIAN COFFEES,
Gion or lions ted
Large slock of Coffees from the Kona, Hamakua, Olaa Dis
tricts always on hand. Old Coffees a speciality.
tl. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
I "Aloha Collection of
The Best Hawaiian Souvenir
Corner Hotel and
Mw zvuBnuvaflttu uvsan&wmiaiAtMisiBnn3im!anxmnsrwrxMxamnMMastMtsnnBV&aswi . .
Co you e.spect to carve a turkey
(minor mnntll In ilrt cnrll ftitnfrc mrl
MO '. "."" w k.wiuiii. ....... .jh.,.. f, iviiw) ..... i.u.s.
jj to be cut up. Then there will be the Christmas and New Years dinners
to he thoi ght of, so after all II is about the right time to get tint new
set of Carvers you have been thinking about getting.
We have all sorts plain, fancy, cheap, medium and expensive, and
cm please you with the new stock In this line that we have just-received.
A full line of table cutlery, nUo plated spoons, forks and knives.
0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Oor. Fort and Kins Sts.
The Great Musical Farce, "RISING THE
By tin Orpheum Stock Company.
riu World-Famous Ventriloquist,
J. W. WINTON,
Introducing New and Novel Figures.
The Popular Artist,
In Descriptive Ballads.
JACK RAND and JULIA BYRON,
In Their Great Comedy Sketch.
The Charming Soubrette,
MINDELL FERN DREYFUSS,
In Her Latest Songs aud Dances.
The Popular Comedian,
Supported by the Orpheum Company, In
me cjreai vomeay rarcc,
" THE DUTCH JUSTICE."
General Admission, t;c and oc.
Last six rows tor children under u years, 10c,
Reserved Chairs. . .
Seats can be booked by ringing up Telephone sio.
Change of Program Mondays and
Family Matinee every Saturday, at
2:30 p. m.
Tun Rill I CTIM Mtl CotlslTA'
X III. WUI1U1 Vll UH44SI4JT
all your WANTS. It has 4
established a WANT
Hawaiian Songs." ((
next month ? November is the
tliA Til mtscrttftnrv fnrlai, si, III tiitf
CIVIL SERVICE RULES
IN OUR KUSTAUKANr.
It has to. Our waiters are
trained to be civil, quick and at
tentive t our guests. Our chej
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 Bakery Cafe.
The Best Meal Ca?e.
Election ol Officers.
Notice Is hereby given that at the an
nual meeting of the Oaliii Sugar Co., Ltd.,
held In Honolulu, November iG, 1899, the
following Officers and Directors were
elected to serve for the ensuing year:
Officers Paul Isenberg, President; B. F.
Dillingham. 1st Vice-President; M. P. Ro-bin-on,
jnd Vice-President; J. F. Hack-
Tela, I reasurer; td. buhr. Secretary; F.W.
Glade Auditor. Board of Directors S. C.
A len. r J. Lowrev. W. Wo ttrs. . . A.
McCandless, and ex-officlo: Paul Isenberg,
a. r uuungnam, m. r. too nson, J. I-,
HacUfeld, Ed! Suhr.
" And what a wealth of enjoy
ment did the first detachment of
America's army of invasion derive
from this day at Honolulu." From
THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMBER 18,
frVSi.'''' in tin column uill hi iiturled mtlfctn't
ty-SZ t lintfinl Inuttion; la unit if inur.
ion; to tints a unk nnd o ttntl a montb. Itit II let
cbtifltt ndurtliin(tur cfftrid til fitoptl of Honolulu.
I OS r A Ratlleinake Skin Purse Mlwwn Ch.iptlln
L. Une on l-ort Slrrct an! Dr. Mctirew s residence.
Suitable renarJ un return to I'll Office. I JS
JANTrD-YONNG WOMAN will Clerk In Store
Inquire ' S" Bulletin Ofllcc
CMPLOYMFNT WANTED by a
Cook haslnRlonz experience,
I-. J lios 074.
JAPANESE rlthtul it-J enod cook ants aaltua.
lion; cool family. I rank Sera, P.O. U.8,4. Ho
VOUNOOiRL WANTED apprentice. (Jp-to-
I date Mancurlng Parlirs. Room 6. MoJel Dlock.
U ANT ED-POSITION of anv Hni by ounjr man
VV with, four scar experience bookkeeping AJ
dress J. A. fared DUtLETIN office. IJ70
CXPERIENCED SALB LADIES anteJ at the
- Pacific Impoit Co. '!
COMPETENT GERMAN GIRL WANTED for
general housework anJ care of children. Refer
ences lequlreJ Apply O. M . Bulletin office i V't
WANTED- SITUATION, by a young Japanese
woman, to do light housework, or as nurse in a
private family. Address M. A , lluiletln office. i)6o
CIVST-CUSS JAPANESE COOK WANTS PO
I SITION. Ten vears experience. Address
SUZUKI. P. O. Box86s. IJ44
UANTI D-POSITIONb experienced bookkeeper.
I'lrtt'dass relerences. Address J. G.. Bulletin
ED A r-osltlon bv an Intellleent. educated
vDunE nmrncan. sjooa aadrci icieii-iiic
XANTrD joo Men to pet shaved for ijc. (white
V h.rNr.l II. JCrrS. toU Fort ureet. opn.
Club Stable ir-tf
1 ard St
Two newlv finished cuttaires rear Vine
treet. J M. Vivas near Post Office.
TO LET-SIX ROOM COTTAGE. Aeply llono
' lulu Motel late Eagle Ho ise. iJ7
TO LET-SIX ROOW COTTAGE
TO LET-rURNISIltD FRONT ROOM to let;
1 private f imllv; moderate rent, tib Vineyard St.,
i doors from Queen Hotel. 1)48
TO RENT Two TurnHhed
4 Telephone 68r.
;OR RENT A furnished ROOM, at7)BerelanU
street, opp. Hawaiian Hutel i)6
rilE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE, Fort St. Rest
' rooms and attendance In city. 1)1'
t rWV-1' " C1AHCOAL. For sale cheap. New
IW England Bikerv Co. urt
BILI IARD TABLE TOR SALE. CHEAP.
BbAVLR LUNCH ROOM. uti
VAILEY BEAUTIFUL HOMP IN NUUANU
Address Box t)). P O i?l
Tine NEW UPRIGHT PIANO Tor Sale CHEAP
for cash Address A.J , Bulletin office. 187'
TOR SALE On Walk Ik I Road, near the residence
I ot Geo Minson. fcsn . d slrable house of s rooms
and bth. cood fruit frees: nice grounds. 100 x 100.
Or will exchange for tots In Punahou. I or furth.r
pyilClllrs n o'. I GEAR LANSING tt CO nfi
nOR SALE A new COTTAGE of eight rooms and
1 bath, grounds nicely laid out: stable and out
One lot is x lav, water laid on; ornamental frees,
etc One corner lot. 7J x r J
All on Culleire street. I or further particulars
apply to W M. CUNNINGHAM, at the lavorlt.
COR SALE-Lots at Walklkl. Sea each
1 LottatKallhl Sisaeach.
Lots on Young street. $i,sx each.
I ots n Nuuanu Valley, all prices.
House and Lot at Kewalo.
Lots at Kewalo, all prices.
Lots at Punahou.
House and Lot at Punahou 1 bargain
House and Laree Lot at Ktllhl v.rv rheap.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE.
U59 No 110 Fort street.
POR SALE-One n-lnch Y FITTING, with fiances
1 complete: fiances are tarred for la-Inch welt
casing: a desirable nttlng for Irrigating pipes. J
i.mmci.u 1 n 04 s.s , 33330 is.ng -i. 1441
FOR SALE Pure-bred, Hough-Coated. SCO CH
COLLIE PUPPIES Jusl received ex bkt S. N
Castle, from Rancho Bonlto's kennels, allfornla
For further Information apply to M. T, DONNtLL,
at WI'dtr's Boat Shop. Puppies Can be seen at No.
134 icoreiio une, raiama 1374
POR SALE-One SHIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
- order. Apply to H. G. Hlart. Tort St. noi-lf
A TWO-MANUAL and Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or residence. Berzktrom
Music Co , Fort street. 1067
Leave your order with the
For Copies of the Dif
ferent Xmas Numbers of
The Illustrations tthis' Year
will be Superb
For Sale. so. ii"
TO THOSE NEEDING SOIL AND
grading material, tor sale cheap a large
quantity of good soli and filling, to be
taken from excavation of foundation for
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., new building
block to be erected on Queen and Halekau
lla Streeti. For terms apply to
1 581 Contractor.
The Evening Bulletin givet ALl
(fte newt for 75 cents a month.
For add.tlonal Shipping News see seventh page
Weather Itttrciui, Punahou, Nov. IS
Tcmperfttmo Morning minimum,
7.1; Midday maximum, 81.
n.iromtttcr, 9 n. in. 30.03. Steady.
Dew Point, 2.C3.
Humidity, nt 0 a. in .CO per cent
Saturday, Nov. 18.
Stmr. Nocau, Wyman, from Hono
knn, with 48 pkgs. sundries.
(itmr. Maul, McDonald, from Kami
hoi, with 180 cords wood and DO held
cattle, consigned to Huslaeo & Co.
Stmr. Mlkahaln, Potorson, from Ma
kewcll, with pasaongors and G8 pkgs
furniture, 28 pkgs sundries.
Stmr. James Makoe, Tullott, from
Stmr. Klnau, Freeman, from Maul
and Hawaiian ports, with pasaongcra
and 202 uheep, 52 hond cattlo, C3 hog?,
1)1 hides, 25 ska bones, 280 spuda, 05
uk8 corn, 50 ska nugar, 1CS pkgs sun
Friday, Novoraher 17.
Am. Btmr. China, Scabury, Yokoha
ma. Stmr. Wnlalcale, Croon, Kapaa.
U. S. Btmr. Pennsylvania, Droom
U. S. stmr. Olymplo, Trowbridge, Ma
nila. Saturday, Nor. 18.
Stmr. Iwalanl, Gregory, for Malta
well, at 3 o'clock.
Stmr, Nlllinu, Thompson, for HleeU
at 3 o'clock.
Stmr. Kilohana, Thompson, for I.i
lmlna and Kaanapoll, at 3 o'clock.
Prom Honoltaa, per stmr. Noeau,
Nov. 18. II. Lioulsson.
Prom Kawahal, por stmr .Maul, Nov.
18. C. Weir.
From Mnkawcll, per stmr. Mlkahala,
Nov. 18. H. P. Fayo. Miss M. Knutlson,
J as. Scott and family, Mrs. C. II. Dasn-
cr. Mr. Hallnway.
From Kapaa, por stmr. James Makco,
Nov. 18. Miss S. Schubrt, Mr. Wlgc
send. J'ASSBNOCRB DEPARTED.
For China and Japan, por stmr. Chi
na, Novebcr 17. A. S. Young, W. II.
Howe, D. M. Ualdwln, Mrs. Leo, D. Mi
ner, II. J. McQrath, Kum Yok.
I1EKS FROId HARBOR FRONT
The bktn. Archer, from San Fran
cisco, nrrUed at Hllo last Wednesday
TI10 Roderick Dhu urrlvod at Illlo
fiom San Francisco, nnd began dis
charging her cargo last Saturday.
Tho Mlkahala reports tho W. O. Hall
at Mnkawcll, with 250 Nllhau sheep on
board for tho Metropolitan Meat Mar
ket. THE DAY'S SfOCK REPORT
American Sugar as 115
American Sugar pd 110
Ewa 27 27-vi
Hawaiian Agr. 305 320
Hawaiian Sugar 227 231
Honomu 170 190
Honoltaa 31 31?i
Knhuku 157 1C5
Klhcl as 10 10
Kona ns 40 47
McUrydo as 4 4.80
McDryde pd 18 18
Oulm ns 150
Oahu pd 187 195
Olaa ns ,... 2.05 2
Olaa pd 15 104
Pioneer Mill 240 240
Walalua Agr. as 94 95
Wnlalua Agr. pd 132 134
Walmanalo . ..., 145
Inter-Island 8team 160
Haw'n Elec 175 182
Mutual Telo 10
O. R. & L. Co 180 185
Haw'n. Govt 6s 102
Haw'n. Govt. 6s 101
Hn. O Post Sav 4 p.c. . . 92
O. It. & L. Co 105 106
Today's session This morning 50
Wnlalua, pd., 134; 10 do as., 95; 5 do,
Session Yesterday afternoon GO
Honokaa, 34.62; 60 do, 34.62.
An entorprlslng Cincinnati milkman
Invites his customers to havu tho milk
which ho serves analyzed twlco a yenr,
nt his expenso. Tho tests may be mado
at any timo, without warning to the
dairyman his object, of course, being
to prove that his milk Is ot standard
purity all tho year 'round. Ho does a
largo business, nnd finds hlmsolf well
repaid for his outlay for tho analyses.
What Is probably the most vcnorahlo
plcco ot furniture In cxlstenco ls.now
In tho British Museum. It is tho throne
ot Queen Hatsu, who rolgned In tho
Nile Vnlloy about 1000 years n. C.
Atkinson Thinks He
Has Been Slandered
llostou, Nov. 9. Edward Atkinson,
In nn Interview regarding tho results
o fthe recent elections, snld:
"It Is too early to draw many con
clusions from tho election as nffcctlng
tho nntl-Impcrnllot cnusc, but there Is
ono conclusion quite apparent, espec
ially In Ohio.
"Tho Administration Is In a minor
ity. The atrocities of the Philippine
was are condemned .
war are condemned.
"If tho efforts1 to subjugnto tho Phil
ippine Islands should drag on until the
next election, which I very much doubt,
all members of Congress ot cither par
ty, who support criminal nggrcsslon
will bo defeated In Ohio nnd also In
"I nntlcplato a very great chango In
tho conduct of affairs by tho Adminis
tration after this election, but lest It
should not come, the dominant minor
ity, now opposing tho policy of tho Ad
ministration under tho namo ot antl
lmperlallsts will control tho next
IIoiiso of Representatives. About Mas
sachusetts, thcro Is not much to say.
Tho character and well known opinions
of Governor Crane uio all In his fnvor.
Ills cordial support of Senator Hoar
Is well assured, and thcro litis been no
special opposition on tho pait of tho
antl-lmperallsts to his election."
Mr. Atkinson said that ho would
ceaso tho publication of tho Antl-Im-pcrlallst
after tho national accounts nrc
tcndoicd on Jannnry 1st on tho cost of
"criminal uggicsslou." Ho added:
"Tho violation of tho mall will bo
Investigated In tho Senate. Tho neces
sity for further Individual nctlon has
closed. The null-iinpcrlallsts nro now
organized on a nntlouul scalo and It
would bo neither expedient nor Bitlt
alilo for me, ns nn Individual, to di
vert funds or to contlnuo a personal
contest under existing conditions.
"I have mudc 11 final statement,
which Is nt your service, having put
Into circulation over 100,000 docu
ments, whero I expected to circulate
2000. So much I owo to tho mombcrs
of the Cabinet, who slandcicd mo aud
lolatcd the mall."
Election o? Officers.
At the annual meetl g of the Uninn
Feed Company. Limited, held In Honolulu
this 15th day of November 1809, the fol
lowing named persons were elected to
serve as Officers and Directors of the Com
pany for the ensuing vear, viz.:
E. C. Macfarlane, President; V. F. Al
len, VlcPreldent; F. V. Macfarlane.
Manager and Treasurer; F. Klamp, Audi
tor; F R. Vldj, Secretary. Directors: E.
C. Macfarlane, Geo. H. Robertson, F. W.
Alacfarlane, W. F. Allen, J. F. Hackfeld
, p F. R. VIDA,
1380 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 -Tj
Great Reduction in Price -
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, r
direct from the looms. We are offering great values, and
invite inspection. Our 45c Table Linen is regular 60c
value. We aie constantly showing new novelties in every
Pacific ImDort ComDanv.
On TUESDAY, Nov. 21st.
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
I will sell at Public Auction the Iron
Fence and Gates surrounding the property
of H.' HACKFELD & CO., Fort and
Oueen Streets. Material to be removed by
JAS. F. MORGAN,
ADMINISTRATOR'S" SALE" OF REAL
Notlco Is hereby given that under
and in pursuanco of an order Issued
out of tho Circuit Court of tho First
Circuit, In tho Estato of A. K. Sylva,
deceased, I am directed by J. P. Men
doncn, Administrator of said Estato, In
pursuanco of such order, to sell nt pub
ic auction to tho highest bidder for
cash on Saturday, tho 2nd day of De
cember, 1839 ,at 12 o'clock noon ot
that day, "ht my salesroom on Queen
street, In tho city of Honolulu, all the
right, title nnd Interest of tho said A.
IC .Sylvn, deceased, of, In and to all th
following property: 1
An undivided hnlf Interest In nnd'ftS
that certnln plcco of land situate at
Auwalolimu, Honolulu, Oahu, and do
scribed as fol ows:
Apana 1. E hoomaka ana ma ko M?
hi 0 pill nna 1 kn ulna o Kcklno me
ko Koclo o Kekol, a moo nku I kn
noao mua; Hera. 23 30 Kom. 39 7-12
Knp. 1 ko Koolo o Kekol; Lull nku 62
30 Kom. 3 Kaul. 44 3-12 Kap. 1 ka lot
poallma; Homa 46 15, 37 Kap .a hull 1
kahl 1 ana mua la nl; Ilcma C2 30, 2
Kaul. 62 Kap. 0 pill ana 1 ka alnu o
1 Kaul., 10 Anana, 13 Knp.
Apana 3. E hoomaka ana ma ke
klhl III. holo ma ka aoao mua 49
Kom. 46 2-12, Kap. o ka nlna o Kn
klno a hull a holo ma ka Kuaauna o ka
lot; Hem. 38 30 Kom. 44 3-12, Kap. a
hi Id i ka alnn o Paclmual holo ma
waena ola nlna Hema 72 Hlk., 1 Knul.
hull hou kahl 1 hoomakaal.
59 Anana, 23 Kapual.
And being Apnnns 1 and 3 of the
premises described In It .P. 5611, L. C.
There Is a wooden building upon tho
nbovo premises and a half lntorcst In
such building will bo sold with them.
TERMS CASH. U. S. GOLD COIN.
Deeds at tho expenso of purchaser,
and salo subject to confirmation by
tho Circuit Court of tho First Circuit
For further particulars apply to CcV
cll Drown .Attorney for Administrator-
Dated, Honolulu.Novcmbor 4th, 1899.
Ladies' Wliite dj OCT worth
Waists at tJI.-40 $2.00
i -i -
Wr&&i .i .ti&&?:V&'M$-iJA
SkiD1 "iv ,jai
i inTiliAtUr - v Jj1MR