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THE liVENINO BULLETIN; HONOLULU H. I., HOVKMBEU 22, 181)0. -"STr
Tuesday, Nov. 21,. BOCCACCIO
Thursday, Nov. 23 CARMEN
uranu upera. 1 omic.
HONOLULU COFFEE MILLS
PURE HAWAIIAN COFFEES,
O ice 11 or 1-ton si eel
Larye stock of Coffees from the Kona, Hamakua, Olaa Dis
tricts always on hand. Old Coftees a speciality.
11. HACKFELD & CO., LTD. .
1 m ProrrfotQM.
l! "Aloha Collection of, Hawaiian Songs."
) The Best Hawaiian Souvenir
i. -FOR SALE AT THE-
I HAWAIIAN BAZAAR,
Do you expect to carve a turkey next month ? November Is Jthe
proper month to do such things, and the Thanksgiving turkey! wllll have
to be cut up. Then there will be the Christmas and New Years dinners
to be thought of, so after all It Is about the right time to get that new
et of Carvers yon have been'thlnklng 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, also plated spoons, forks and knives.
Oor. ITort and Kine: Sts.
The Great Comedy Farce,
"Rooms to Let."
Farewell Week of the Favorites,
RAND, BYRON and RAND
In Their Original Acrobatic Comedy
"THE AWKWARD ?QUAD."
The Prince of Ragtime Comedians,
And His Hawaiian Babies, In
"THE CAKE -WALKER'S DREAM."
Last Week of
The World-Famous Ventriloquist,
J. W. W1NTON,
Introducing New and Novel Figures.
The Dramatic Sketch Artists,
BOGGb AND -HAEWARD,
In an Original Sketch.
Chaige of Program Mondays and
Family Matinee every Saturday, at
2:10 p. ra.
Gmaral AJalislea, tic ani joe.
Lu ix row, tor ctillJrtn undtr n . ix.
Hjuirrtt Ckalrs. joe.
Scan can . toolteJ by ringing up Telephone no.
Notice Is hereby given that the second
assessment, 5 percent or S1.00 per share on
the assessable stock of the Nahiku Sugar
Co., will be due and payable at the Office
or Alexander & Baldwin on Friday Dec
ember 1st, 1809.
By order of the Directors,
' J. P. COOKE,
Treasurer Nahiku Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Nov. 20th, 1899.
I Saturday Matinee. Nov. 25 PINAFORE
Saturday Night, N..v 2 EKMIN1E
& SON, Ltd
King Bros, take pleasure in
announcing the return of their
artist, Mr. W. Y. Itow, who for
the past three months has been
spending his vacation in Japan.
While there he learned the
process of gold and silver pho
tography, which he introduces
for the first time in Honolulu.
One must see this beautiful
work to appreciate its merits.
Samples are now on exhibition
110 Hotel street
Accurate history and interesting
stories of the campaign are told in
On To Manila.
Election of Officers.
At the annual meetl g of the Union
Feed Company. Limited, held In Honolulu
this 15th day of November 1890, the fol
lowing named persons were elected to
serve as Officers and Directors of the Com
pany for the ensuing year, viz.:
E. C. Macfarlane, President; W. F. Al
len, Vice-President; F. W. Macfarlane,
Manager and Treasurer; F. Klamp, Audi
tor; F. R. Vlda, Secretary. Directors: E.
C. Macfarlane, Geo. H. Robertson, F. W.
Macfarlane, W. F. Allen, J. F. Hackfeld.
F. R. VIDA,
1380 Secretary Union Feed Co.
fwrrhMs. in tbtt column uttl tt tnurltd atl$ctnlt
VW2 a line pit inurtionf to ctnti iteorJ iitt
nun, fw linn w Hit" huh -,w uniiw rnuntwm .-....--
cbtttptit tJttiut txtr offmJ Ibittoflt tflhnoMu.
WANfLU WuSmiriCh Hov, mint t qu'ck
ArrlvN. Sadu Drv O0.J.C0 , L'J.. I ml
r'HAMDtUMAID WANTS WOKK t hotel, by
V- da. Inquire "S.," HulMinoffiM. i)8r
BICYCLE hlsh trade second hinJ.
1 ash JkuV, rri Irel
LMI'LOYMtNT WANTI.D by a gooi JaMp
' CiiokliivliiglonRfir-erkncf. AJJres"OKA,
P. O. Mux tin. . ')''
I AP AN CSC faithful rJ jrnoJconlovanuasltua
J lion. cooJ family. IranUSera, P.O II.874 Ho
t ANTCD-f'OSITION nf any UnJ by young man
lthfmr arxprlrnoebookkrln(; AJ-
Jrs J. A. care of UULLETIN diet. 1 l6
CXPFRIENCED SLl LADIES wanted at Ore
nelli. Imnmt On HT1
COMPhTfcNT CiEK.SUN OIHL WANTED for
rccral housework and care of chllJren. Kefer
cncH requirei Apply 0. M.. llulllln office 1 ))
UANTED-SITUATION, by a ounc Japanese
W woman, to do light housework, or as nurse In a
private fairllv AdJresi M. A.. Hmlnln ofHf. Ufa
CUST-CLASS JAPANESE COOK WANTS I'O-
I CITlriW T.h .ra Hn.rliinrii A.t.lrPCt
SUZUKI. rVajloxMs U44
W rini.class references. Address J. Cllulletln
XANTED A position bv an Intelllcent, educated
vounir Amrlcan. Ciood address; references
"K." tlullelln iifTire. '
ANTED sooMentnretjhsved for 15c. (white
barbers). It. Jfcim.
6io!i fort street, opp.
' near Reretanla
TO LCT-SIX UOOM COTTAGE, Apply llono-
lulu Hotel late Eac'elloise. ' i)17
TO LET-rilUNIIII I) TRONT ROOM to lei;
I prhale famllv; moderate rent, vio Vlneard St.,
1 doors from Queei II lei. 1 J8
TO RCNT-To Furnished IRONT ROOMS.
1 Telephone 68?. tl
FOR RENT A furnished ROOM, at JJ tleretanl.i
street. TP- Hawaiian Hotel 1J10
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE. Fort St. Pest
rooms and attendance In city. iiu
COR SALC-LAND IN ALL PARTS OF THE
r CITY. IlyJ M.V VAS. i8i
BILLIARD 1AI1LU FOR SALE, CHEAP.
HEAVER LUNCH ROOM.
COR SAI I'-UEAUTirilL HOME IN NUUANU
r VALLEY Address il.u tii. I' O mt
A rineNI-WUI'MHiHTI'IANO Tor Sale CHEAP
H for cash, Address A.J , llulletln office. 1E73
nOR SALE A Pew COTTAGE of elfht roomiand
bath, K'ounds nicely laid out, stable and out
houses. One lot s v tx: water laid on: ornamrntat trees,
etc One corner lot. jx us
All on t.olletfc sireel. 1 or runner particulars
apply to W M. CUNNINGHAM, at t'te I avorlte
Saloon i ifa
COR SALU-Lots at Walklkl, $4tj each.
' LotsatKnllhl. $150 each.
Lots on Young street. $1,500 each
l.ols at K1HI1I $;ooeach.
I ott m Nuuanu valley, all prices
House and Lot at Kewalo.
Lots at Kewalo, all prices.
I ots t Punahou.
House and Lot at Ptinihnu a bargain.
House) and Largo Lot at Ksllhl v.rv t heap.
Apply to William savidgc,
lsjo No jio Fort street.
PR SALE-On n-lncli Y FITTING, with flanges
complete; flanges ate lapped for ralnch well
casing; a desirable Mtlng for Irrigating pipes. J
LMMbLUin a LU.,i"jqMHfM. 1141
COR SALE-Pure-bied. R.iugh-Coaica. SCO Cll
CULLIfc i'UI'I'IUs JustreceivejeaPKia.pl
Caslle, IMm Rancho llonlto's Kennels, allfornla.
For further Information apply to At. T. DONNtLL.
at WI'der's Boat Shop, l'upples can be seen at No.
i4 RobelloLane, I'alama XjU
POR SALE-One SIIIP.MAN ENGINE In perfect
1 order. Apply to II. O. Rlart. Fort St. noi-ll
ATWO-MANUALand Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or residence. Berestrom
Music Co., Fort street ico
LOST A Rattlesnakebkln Purse Peuvvii iupi4in
Lane on Fort Street and Dr. McUrew't residence.
Suttible reward on ret irn to this 1 'ffke. 1 )?S
"Iln.viilhinH" on the Const.
San Francisco, Nov. 1C Hawaiian
Biii;ar sloclia listed licro nro KtoaJy:
with trading Jlvcly. Tho closing quo
Hitna V. Co 10?(. 10'j
Hnw C. &S. Co U5 0C
IlonoUnu UlVi 35
Hutch S. P. Co '1VA 27V6
Kllauea S. Co 2H4 28
Onomcu 3C 3C'.-i
Panulmu 33 33
1'iomlncnt transactions: 110 liana,
$10.G2j; in Ilaiut, $10.00; 390 Hutch
inson, $27 to $27.50; 100 Onoruca,
J30.75; 80 l'aauhnu, $33.50, nnd
$33.02 'i; 100 II. C. C per cunt bonds,
Thomas 8iUaie Music.
Overture "Joly Uobbcrs" Suppo
Klnnlo "Ucllsarlo" Donleettl
Selection "Nabucco" VorI
(n) "Nuunnu Walpuna" "Kalll
Miss J. Kelllaa.
(b) "Will o Punalau" "Tua'Ulno o
Aire. N. Alnpnt,
Medley "Tlio Lrnkorjack".,.. Jtnckle
Fimtasln "Qranrt Military Tattoo"
Wnltz "Lcl Illma" Fotras
Mnrch "Hello, Ma Uaby" Deyer
"Tlio Htar Spnnsled Banner."
Professor Ptyor. wh hoUla thn chair
of Oriental langungos la the L'nlvorvlty
of California, has Intercstol u number
of San Fran'Msco peoplo In 11 B'Mioxo
for founding n frco luisnUal for that
city's Chinamen, and his been elected
president of tho Institution. Hitherto
tlio city ana county lio-wJUip li:iu not
Members of Oahu Lodge, No. I, K. of
P., (also members of Mystic Lodge, No. 2)
are Invited to attend the funeral of our
deceased tro'her, Charles Faneuf, same to
start from Castle Hall at 3 p. m. tomor
row (Thursday). Members are requested
to meet at 2 p. m.
For additional Shlpianp News see seventh pagft
h . 3 s;
Last quarter of tho moon on tlio 21th
at 8:05 p. in.
Tlio Standard tlmo whlotlo nounds
at 12li. Oin. 0a. (midnight), Greenwich
corrections to standard tlmo nppllca
blo to ench d Iff ore nt port Bhould lie
tlmo, which ia lh. 30m. p. m. of Hawa
iian Standard time.
Weather Uureau, Puliation, Nov. 22.
Temperature Morning minimum,
70; Mlddny maximum, 81.
liaromotor, 9 n. mj 80.05. lulling.'1
Hninfall .0. v
Dow Point CI !'. ic
Humidity nt 9 tt. 111. 59 per cent
Diamond Head Signal Station, Hov.i
22, 1 p. in. Weather, clear; wind, light
Wednesday, Nov. 22.
Stinr. O. S. S. Australia, Houdlotte,
fiom San Francisco, with pa3sengerH
and 2J00 tona of freight.
Stmr. Mokolll, Dudolt, from Molokal.
Tuesday, Nov. 21,
Stmr. Claudlno, Cameron, Maui.
Stmr. Mlkahala, Pcdcrsen, Makavelt.
Str. W. O. Hall, Thompson, Koloa.
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr. Ko Au Hou, Moslicr, for liana
inaiilu, Ahuklui, Koloa, Elceio, Hana
pepe, MakaweU, Wnlmca and ICckaka,
at 4 p. m.
Stmr. Walleulo, Orcen, for Kapaa and
Kllauea, nt 4 p. m.
Stmr. Kllohaua, for Lahalua and Ka
nnapall, nt 4 p. m.
Stmr. Maul, Wcislmrth, for Paatihau,
ICaknlau, Oopala, Laupnhochoe, auil
Papanloa nt 5 p. in.
ITEMS FROH HARBOR FRONT
The Transport Pathan sailed from San
Francisco November 14.
The ship Jabez Howes sailed from T.v
coma for Honolulu November tj.
The Transports Stnator and Benmohr
cleared for Manila November 14.
The ship Sintram silled from Nanalmo
for Honolulu s Ith coal November 11.
The schooner Endeavor arrived In Port
I'ownsend from Honolulu November 14.
The schooner Emma Claudina arrived
In Port lownsend from Hllo November
The barktutlne S. G. Wilder and baric
Martha Davis cleared for this pon No
The Ethel J.me and Robert Lewers sail
ed from Port TownsenJ for Honolulu
The schooner Transit arrived in San
Francisco November 13. twenty-two dus
from this port.
Tills iri Captain. Houdlotto'a Iant voy
ago to Honolulu ns commander of tho
S. S. Australia, ho having been ap
pointed to tho command of tho Maripo
sa. Capt. Houdlcttu has been coming to
tills port for tlio past twenty-threo
yours? nlno years ho was in command
of the bnrkoatlno Dlmond and wau
then appointed first olllccr of the Atm
tralla, ho mado ono voyage to Honolulu
in that capacity and on tho noxt trln
succeeded to tils present command.
winch no has retained for tho past
Capt. Houdlotte will return to San
Francisco nnd there wait tho arrival of
tho Mariposa from tho Colonies, which
will probably bo about Dec. 14. Capt.
Hcywnrd, tho present commandor of
tho Mariposa, 'will bo scnt'ISast to take
command of ono of tho ,now steamers
lately built for Sprockets & Co. by tho
Who will take command of tho Aus
tralia Is not as yet deflnltoly"known,
but it is generally believed that Mr.
Lawless tho present first officer, will
receive tho appointment.
Moi-o Money for Stanford.
Nu? YnrL- Nlnis r, An t,nf f ,.
rlnn.nl Imnnrtnnr In ttnnnrtnl TiMmiA ...1
educational affairs took place toJay In this
city. The splendid dream of the late Le
land Stanford and Mrs Jane Stanford has
Deen magniiiceiuiy reanea. Mrs. Stanford
sold today every dollar of her enormous
llnhltncrc In th riiiflirn PacltiCnmnin..
and with?! i, 400,000 received from the
saie win compieie uie almost tabulous
riiuuwiiiiiciu vi me L,eianu aianiora Jr,
I TnlvprIri7 In tilt, tnncn tl..n U llf
ambition of Mrs. Stanford Is won and the
hope of her late husband Is fulfilled. The
Stanford University s now one of the
richest Institutions of learning In the
The football senrvs nf tlieV.im nliul
Stanford 17. Nevada 5.
Yale 42. Pennsylvania College o.
Harvard u, Darmouth o,
Columbia 16, West Point o.
Wisconsin 23 Illinois o.
Chicago 76, Northwestern 0
Princeton u, Carlisle o. ,
State University 1 5, Olympics 0. '
Pennsvlvanla n, JV.Icnlgan 10.
Denver ia, Haskell 0.
Santa Cruz 10, Salinas o.
27ie Bulletin, 75 cents per month .
1 ' -.5
l- " s'
Mm.ilay 20 fi.30
Ttiemluy 21 0.11
Weilncsdny.. ..22' 0.51
Thurmlity -'23 7.29
Friday 2l 8.r0
Saturday 25 8 C5
Sunday 20, 9.49
Ars. Lumahelhel Walpa takes this
manner of thanking the many friends and
acquaintances for their kind words and as
sistance durlni? the late bereavement,
"Honolulu Snnp Shots."
A handv souvenir nf H9 VIpvv nf
modern Honolulu, put up In envelope and
stamped, to mall in any part of Postal
Union, for GO centK. Pnr it-lie nr
Thrum's, Goldm Rule Bnraar, Hawa Ian
xew i-o.s, vvoman'f bxcliange, Hawai
Ian , Bazaar, Le Atunyon's, and Wall.
Nichols Co.'s. 1 384-tf
Notice Is hereby Riven that the follow
ing trade marks have been leelstered nn.l
warnlnlng Is given against Infringement
or same, uoiiee to be known as follows:
No. 1 Flat Bean, "Malle."
No. 2 Flat Bean, "Illma."
No. ) Flat Be in, "Lehua."
No. i Pea Berry, "Hala."
No. 2 Pea Berrv. "Mao."
KAILUA KONA COFFEE ESTATE,
McWayne Bros., Proprietors
Notice of r Postponement
By order of the Directors of the Klhel
Plailtatlnn rjimnmu I I ml I., I niu l
hereby given that payment of the fifth
assessment of f 5 a share, heretofore levied
and made payable December 1st, Is hereby
iiu3iiiuiicu .11114 inaue piysnie January 1,
loco, tnp mnnpv In fli tr.q,i... kai
ft 1 ...w.. ... ... mutiny uciii;
sufliclent to meet expenses until the latter
lime. J. f. LUUKH.
Tieasurer Klhel Plant. Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, November 21, 1800.
H. MAY & CO.'S,
UETIIEL STREET. 7
By the Australia :
Fancy Naval Oranges. Peaches, Plums'
uraiJcs, aim an omer mills in season on
the Coast: Fresh Celery, Cauliflower,
Deep-Sea Bass, Frozen Oysters. Smoked
Salmon and Halibut, Cream Cheecefln
1011;, -oruennagen-s Bon-Bons. nnd Marsh
mal.ows, Glace Fruits. Stuffed Prunes.
1 384-1 1
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.cm fif r&J
Qreat Values, reduced to DllC,OOC, 4 OC$
S"Just opened, a large invoice of Table Linens, NapHins,
Towels, Ladies' Dress Linen, Pillow Case Linen, Linen Lawjis,
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 Import Company.
33 Queen Street
ADlHNISTItATOn'S SALE OF ItEAL
Notlco is hereby given that under
and In pursunnco of nn order Issued
out of the Circuit Court of tho First
Circuit, In tho Estnto of A. K. Sylva
deceased, I nm directed by J. P. Mcn
donca, Administrator of said Estate, In
pursuanco of such order, to eell at pub
ic auction to tho highest bidder for
cash on Saturday, tho 2nd day of Do
cember, 1899 ,nt 12 o'clock noon of
Hint day, nt my salesroom on Queen
street, In tho city of Honolulu, all the
right, tltlo and interest of tho said A.
lC.Sylyn, deceased, of, in and to all tho
An undivided half interest In and to
that certain pleco of land situate nt
Auwniollmu. Hnnnlnln ni... .i .,
scrlbcd as fol ows:
Apana i. u hoomaka ana ma kV ki
ll e i pill nna t ka nina o Keklno me
ko Koelo o Kekol, a moo nku 1 ka
noao mua; Hem. 23 30 Koni. 39 7-12
Knp. 1 ko Koelo o Kckolj Lull nku 62
30 Kom. 3 Knul. 44 3-12 Knp. 1 ka lol
poallma; Hcma 4G IC, 37 Knp .a hull I
kahl 1 ana mua la nl; Hema 62 30. 2
Kaul. C2 Kap. o pill nna I ka alna o
1 Kaul., 10 Annna, 13 Kap.
Apana 3. E hoomaka ana ma ko
klhi HI. holo ma ka aoao mua 49
Kom. 4G 2-12, Kap. o ka alna o Ka
klno n hull n holo ma ka Kuaauna o ka
"1; Hem. 38 30 Kom. 44 3-12, Kap. n
hlkl 1 ka alna o Paelraual holo ma
waena ola alna Hema 72 Hlk., 1 Kaul.
hull hou kahl 1 hoomakaal.
69 Anann, 23 Knpual.
And being Apanas 1 and 3 of the
premises described In II .P. 6041. L. C
There Is a wooden building upon the
abovo premises and a half Interest in
such building will bo sold with them.
TEIIMS CASH. U. S. G.OLD COIN.
Heeds at tho expense of purchaser,
and sale subject to confirmation by
tho Circuit Court of tho First Circuit.
For further particulars apply to Ce
cil Urown .Attorney for Administrator.
Dated, Honolulu.November 4th, 1899.
Ladies' White ti off worth
Waists at tJH.ZO $2.00