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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMBER 21, 1809.
BOCCACCIO TONIGHT'S OPERA.
Thcro nto fuw operas tlint rcqiilro so
largo a cast of nrluclimls ai Uoccncclo,
and consequently ovcry memher of the
Lyrics Is employed In tho pruritic-'
tlon. This will mean music galore. '
Iioccucclo easily Manila at t tic head of
tho comle opera list, Indeed It closely
prcssci musically upon die. higher '
realms of gtnnri opera, ami It It wet-f
not for tho extremely funny clement
which pervades It, It would certainly
ho In the grand opera repertoire,
Hrcry momher ot tho Lyrics will be
In tho cast. Mlfes Anrirous, Miss Stan
ton, Miss Lcoldy, Mlsi McNeill, Miss
Leicester, Messrs. Hallam, l'armley,
Rockwell, Rogers nnd tho two great
comedians KunUcl nnd Henderson.
Tho choruses are superb nnd tho cn
Lovers ot good iuuhIc cannot afford
to miss Doccacclo tonight. Thursday, .
Carmen; Saturday matinee, Pinafore;
Saturday night, Krmlnlc. Tho rcper- !
tolro tor week of Nov. 24, will bo as r
follows: Tuesday, aironc-airofla; I
Thursday (Thanksgiving), Merry Wnr;
Saturday matinee, Martha; Saturday
night, Chimes ot Normandy. &
OSTIUCH TltUSTS FORMED
Pasadena, Nov. 11. Two ostrich
trtiBtB havo been fornicl In tho smith,
Judging by tho deals which havo ot
Into been consummated. A. Y. IVw
son, tho well known theatrical mali
nger, formerly of tho llurbank of Los
Angeles and owner of tho Pen son
Block companies, 1b ono monopolist
nnd Edwin CawBton Is another, de
cently all tho ostriches In Southern
California were sold to .1. Stoln, rep
resenting n New York syndicate. Ed
win Cawston'fl South Pasadcnn birds
wcro tho only ones exempted. Now tho
Now York syndlcnto hns sold tho ti0
birds to Pearson, and Cawston had pur
chased all tho birds on tho Hawaiian
islands, as was announced cumo Uini
nco. Ono of Pearson's farms will bo
located In Jacksonville, Fin., and tho
other somewhere In Southern Ca'lfor
HONOR JEFFERSON DAVIS. ',
Richmond, Vn., Nov. 9. Memorials i
to Jotfcreon Davis nnd Miss Wlnnlo Da-
via wcro unveiled In Hollywood Ceme
tery today, by tho United Daughters of i
tho Confederacy, now in convention ;
hero. General Fltzhugh Leo rodo at i
tho head of tho military procession at ,
tho comotery. Ho also spoko at the
cemetery. Another speaker was John ;
II. Reagan of Texas, Postmaster Gen-1
oral ot the Confederate States, and tho ,
only surviving member of Jefferson '
Dnvla' Cabinet. Ono of tho monuments .
Is a bronze stntuo of tho Confedernto '
President. Tho other Is n marblo flguro
of tho Angel of Grief, tho hand extend-'
Ing a wreath alio Is about to placo on
tho grave. It Is over llfo size, unri tho
pedestal Is suitably Inscribed. Both
works nro by Jiolnny. ,
HORART IS DETTER.
Paterson, N, J.'. Nov. 10.-Theio wns
another chanpo for tho better in tho
condition of Vico President Hobart to
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LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Hawaiian Songs. Sco pago 8.
Tilbuno Bicycles aio good lllcycles.
At Hnmakun tho weather wns vei
P. M. 1'tooks, attorney, Sprockets
American Messenger Service. To e-1
llallcy'n Illcyclc Oil none butter,
fw as good.
Miss Allco Beard of innn la at the
HOARD your horses tit thu New King
Wanted, a (second hnnri, high grnrio
blko. Seo VVuut column.
Tho Walalcalo reports good weather
on Kauai, but very llttto lain.
Fresh frozen oysters nt Nolte's after
tho arrival of tho Australia tomorrow.
Deputy Sheriff Charles J. Fnncuf is
In qulto a Bcrloiw Btato nt the (icru3
The Metropolitan Meat Co. will ro
ccivo ex 8. S. Australia a Btipply ot
Turkeys, Game, &c.
Tho Btcamor Knual is havlng"n now
boiler put in and will not bo ready to
sail for a coupla ot weeks.
Tho trial of tho tramway company's
cauo lo ntlll going on In Jurigo Perry's
Court, Manager Pain Is 011 tho Htnnd.
Tho Kaplolanl Estate lias been en
joined from proceeding with its action
in ejectment against Mrw. L. K. Pnlahl.
Tho cauo of Henry Vlda charged
wltli BOltlnc spirituous llnuor without
n. license, hao been sot for November!
DON'T PASS our OPERA GLASSES
for tho "World. They're mario by Lo
Malrc. "Nuff Bald."
H. P. W1CH.MAN.
1 In tho Pollco Court tills forenoon Ah
Took wnH fined ?50 nnd costs on the
charge of unlawful possession of
cGo. Hous of Walluku, Maul, has
mado application for membership In
thu llnr Association of tho Hawaiian
' Fred Harrison claims tho honor of
constructing tho first Bld.wnlk I'loiu;
tho Wnlklkl road In front of his new
W. P. Lum.ihclbc! Wnlpu was u full
brother and not n half brother of Cap
tain Robert Parker Walpa, as stated
In yesterday's Bulletin.
Thcro is only 0110 Jcsso M0010 Whis
key In tho world nnd that Is cold and
pine. Lovejoy ft Co. nro dlstilbutors
fur tho Hawaiian Islands.
Walklkl Inn, formerly Wilsht'u
Villa, pleasant rooms with board, In
cluding sen bathing, $1. per week.
Dinners n specialty, wltb wine.
Officer Akahnnl, tho Samoan, will
very probably bo tho winnor of tho sil
ver medal In tho pollco shoot. Ho Is
now fur nhead ot his brother ofllceru.
Choy Chong, who plead guilty to it
cliargo of huvlng opium" In possession,
vuh sentenced to thruo months' Im
prisonment by Judge Stanley this af
ternoon. The Ktlohana reports cry rough
weather nt Kaanapall and tho C. 1).
Bryant has about discharged her cargo
and expects to lcavo for tho Coast this
Tho funeral of tho lato W. P. Luma
hcihcl Walpa took placo from tho homo
of tho widow, Young street, yestetdny
afternoon. Interment took placo In
thu Kawalahno cemetery .
Tho men of tho Third Battalion nio
quartered nt tho drill shed during the
stay of tho Solaco In port They re
turn to their ship for their meals nnd
aro given us much liberty as Is pos
sible Stockholders In tho Nahlku Sugar
Co. aro notified thnt tho second ns
Bessment of G per cent per nharc on tho
assessable otock ot this company Is
duo and payablo on Friday, Dec. 1st.,
at the ofllca of Alexander & Baldwin.
Sco Nov Today.
James McGuIro tins received news
from Puna to tho effect that an olohu
stone weighing some threo hundred
pounds, and u.ed In tho olden times, Is
In tho possession of an old natlvo of
tho district who is dcslorus of sellliig
.1. Theao Btonca were used by tho
Btrong men of tho olden times to try
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';! opt incrpilipr flip
Our new stock of At en's Slippers is just opened,
shows everything, that is new and fancy.
Hanan's new stales, are particularly attiactive, and
are sure to piove winners at the coming season.
Do not fail to see these, they beat anything ever
Mclnerny Shoe Store.
,li, L- L 4J 1.
is situated in one of the (inest res!- J
V!- . - .
1 V4 -.' ,-
Bounded by Keeaumoku, Kinau,
Piikoi and Lunalilo streets; only
one block from the Beretania jjl
ff deuce portions of Honolulu, and in a direct line with
tthe cooling breezes of Ahkiki.
Lots 0 x 9O feet will be sold for the reasonable
price of $i,2c0. Terms. $2cO cash, balance on in-
( stallments, payments to suit purchaser.
f This land has a very gentle slope, and purchasers-
can immediately commence building operations.
ft Early purchasers can secure choice locations.
C For further particulars apply to
jL GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
I Judd Building.
LORD SALISBURY'S VILW.
At tho Guildhall banquet held In
London Nov. 9, Lord Salisbury said:
"I havo had to nimwer many years
Rlmllar kind receptions In this hall, but
never beforo under conditions thnt Jus
tified mo In appealing so confidently to
your sympathy nnri support ns in tho
present gravo slato of publlo affaire
Lieforo turning to this serloun point,
my duly Is to Inform you thnt our sit
uation In South Africa Is tho only oarl '
cf our rclnttons with oUiv nations to
which any term of apprehension 01
doubt can bo applied.
I "For sovoiul ycais our relations with
1 and cordial feelings toward our kins
I Mm on tho other sldo of tho Atlantic
ono b.en constantly growlns, nnd
clioiif.Ii iiHlther wo Interfeio In tho af
rulrs of their country, nor they inter
foro in tho nffnlrs of oum, wo foci wo
can always look for sympathy nnd n
fair hearing among thoso who share
with us so vast a mission for tho ad
vancement of mankind.
"But pet haps you thl.ik I nni win
gulno lu saying that on tho continent
of Europe wo havo no hostility to fr.ir.
Thero Ib undoubtedly a certain ncorbl
ty'of tono among tho writers for tho
foreign press, but I do not bollovo tho
tiend of this opinion nlfects th. peo
ples of foreign nations. I nni uultn
certain It docs not affect their Govern
ments nnil I will say that I havo no
ticed, ns ono of tho chccrlnc avniDtiuns
of tho present time, tho happy relation
existing between tho United Stntw and
ourselves (cheers) and tho sympathy
with which wo watch tltcii nppioach
to tho same great problems that wo
ourselves have had to solve. Tlmt K
not to nay that 1 do not feel thu gre,t
e.t sympathy with their bile unlaw
nUt, tho kingdom of Hpriln. V in
tritatu tho lilghrst hope that ..ut of
that war a blessing In rilsgulsn will
grow and an abundant growth civi
lization nnd culture In that undent nnd
moot Interesting monarchy."
TO JOIN TUB B0EUS.
Berlin. Nov. 10. It Is asserted that
JInJor Von Ileltzcnsteln, winner of tho
long-dlstanco military rlrio from Ber
lin to Vienna, has gono to tho Trans
vaal to Join tho Boers.
I Buggy Covers. 1
We have on ImikI a like line of dust coscrs, to spread over the buggy
when not In us?. Also Clothes and Laundry H.irs, Carpenter Aprons,
Canvas Hammocks, etc., etc.
Ve trake Tents, Awnings, Canopies, Machinery Covers, and In fact
anything In the line of canvas work.
PEARSON & POTTER CO.,
312 Fort sticot. Tcl.phone 565.
NOIICI: IS HEREDY GIVlV rilAT
MESSRS. W. G lit W IN iV CO.. 1. 1 U..
hive this diy bn suoolntfd RI-in?NT
AGENIS 'nr the H.iwMhn M.imJi n' Hi.
following Insurance companies:
ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY of
ALLIANCE ASSURANCE OMPANY
SCOlllbM UNION AND NATIONAL
INSURANCE COMPANY of EDIN
UUIIGII. ALLIANCE MARINE AND GENERAL
ASSURANCE COMPANY of LON
DON. MR. JOHN S. WALKER will cntln
tie tube nwiclated with the huslue-s'f
the above named cnmpnnlrs.
R. C. MEDCRAI-T.
1 37S-1 in . fieneral Arenttnd Aiinrn-.
At a Special Meetlntcof the Stockholders
of Wm. G. Irwin and Co., Ltd.. heU this
16th d iv of November, tfyv. the follow
ing Officers wereclecteJ to fill v,icmcle
Jurlng the unexplreJ term, viz.:
Win. G. Irwin, President and Minije ;
Claus Spreckels, 1st Vlce-Pr.sldtnt; W.
l. Glffnrd, nd Vice Prtsldent; II. M.
Whitney. Jr., T1e.1surer.1nJ Secretary, vice
A. M. GlffarJ.elfCteJ mJ Vice-PiesMent;
Geo. J. Ross, Auditor, vice H. M. Wild
ney, Jr., elected Treasurer and Secetary.
H. M. WHITNEY, JR.,
1 he Stockholders of the Home Uikcrv !
Co , Ltd., are hereby notified that an assess
ment of 35 per cent Is now due and paya
ble nt tbe office of the treasurer, Lovejoy
& Co., and that said ncsessment becomes
delinquent on December 1, 1S99.
Hv order of the Hoard of Direc'ors.
W. H. HUKNbl I.
IO THOSE NEEDING SOIL AND
grading material, for sale cheap a large
quantity of gooj soil and filling, to be
taken from excavation of foundation for
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., new building
block to be erected on Queen and Halekau
I la Streets. For terms apply to
1 581 Contractor.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAI
issrssment No. 6 of 10 per cent on the as
sssable stock of the W.ilalua Agricultural
Company, Limited. I hereby deferred tin
tl. further notice. By order of the Board
W. A. BOWEN,
THE BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.,
The Ladles of Honolulu are All Cordially Invited to Attend the
GRAND .-. DISPLAY
2-BI& Stores-'-!. 205-207 Hotel Stteet.
Od We.iiesflay, Thnrsttay aii Friday
November 22, 23 and 2-1.
Fall Millinery, Parisian Waists,
Elegant Dress Goods, Opera
Capes, Fancy Neckwear,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
The Halrdresslng and Manicuring Department Is under the direction of Miss Agnes
The Dressmaking Department Is In charge of Miss Hameryhlag, late of New York
My Art Department, Up Stairs,
. IS REPLETE WITH THE LATEST DESIGNS IN $
Stamping, Drawn Work and Embroideries.
.FULL LINES OF ?C
Washable Embroidery Silks, Stamped Linens, Cushion Tops.&cAlways'inStcck
. .' "h"
.air' fTvf ' .
Different shades and colors in high-grade Japanese Silks.
ressmaning uepannieni is 111 uwukc " nii.inniuoi i.cuiiw ium.i - , T
MISS M. E. KILLEAN, D. ' W. JOKUAJN,
No. 10 FORT ST.