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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU
H. L, NOVEMUEH 24, 1899.
COL.W. A. THOMPSON'S
Tuesday. Nov. 21, BOCCACCIO I Saturday Ahtinee, Nov. 25- ...PINAFORE
Comic. I Comic.
Thursday, Nov. 23 CARMEN Saturday Night, Nov. 2, ERMINIE
irtnd Opera. I Comic.
HONOLULU COFFEE MILLS
PURE HAWAIIAN COFFEES,
Grrcen or Konsted
Larj-e .stock of Coffecb from the Koiu, Il.imakua, Ol.ia Dis
tricts iilwavs on luml. OKI Coffees a spjciality.
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The Best Hawaiian Souvenir
Do vou expect to carve a turkey next month? November is the
proper month to do such thlnRS, and the Thanksgiving turkeyj wllll have
to be cut up. Then there will be the Christmas and New Years dinners
ti be thought of. so after all It Is about the right time to get that new
set of Carvers you have been'thlnking about getting.
We have all sorts plain, fancy, cheap, medium and expensive, and
rati please you with the new stock in this line that we have just:recelved.
A full line of table cutlery, also plated spoons, forks and knives.
I 0. HALL
Oor. F'oVt and "Kino: Sts.
TRACT -H- -H- -H- -H- -H-1
Bounded by Keeaumoku, Klnau, J
Pllkol and Lunalilo streets; only s
one block from the Beretania j
street car Hnei55,"5i5!",!r'i,'K!r
This tract is situated in one of the finest resi-
dence portions of Honolulu, and in a direct line with wv
the cooling breezes of Makiki. "J
Lots Jo x 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.
Early purchasers can secure choice locations.
For further particulars apply to
GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
Picture framing is an art in
itself. Anybody can make a
frame, but it takes taste and
knowledge to know what com
binations are most suitable for
the subject in hand. You get
the benefit of 20 years expe
rience when vou patronize the
firm of KING BROS.,
110 Hotel street.
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD
TWniinn CnnrffJ "
& SON, Ltd,
Notice Is hereby given that the follow
ing trade marks have been registered and
waminlng Is given against Infringement
of same. Coffee to be known as follows:
No. 1 Flat Bean, "Maile."
No. 2 Flat Bean, "lllma."
No. j Flat Ben, "Lehua."
No. 1 Pea Berry, "Hala."
No. 2 Pea Berry, "Mao."
KAIl.UA KONA COFFEE ESTATE,
McWayne Bros., Proprietors.
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lioni Jo ctrttt J ufik and O ttntt a monlb. Itii It tot
cbtiptsl tJvitliiint nor efftrtJ tt ftctlc of 'Honolulu.
I OST-A Hunch o( Kevs on a rln hout Nov
L- Liberal row.trJ on return to this oftlcc.
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS, Hfret.inla ilfMt
nur Fort, next l'J.Ji o"i i8j6-iw
CORN'ISIIED ROOM TO IET, 4t' I'unclihwl,
r ncr Dertlanla HJ
TO LET-SIX ROOM COTTAGE. Arpl Hono
I lulu Hotel lite Ticl. House. M"
TO LET-I URNISHED TRONT ROOM let;
I private family: moderate rent. M Vineyard t.,
1 doors from Queen Hotel. '14
TO RENT-Two rurnMid IRONT ROOMS.
Te eohone 68.
rilE ALOHA ROOMINO HOUSE, Tort St. Uet
I room nJ attendance In city. Ml
C K SALb-A'fl-e SADDLE MARl , Hland-fjceJ,
I suitable (or ladles or clilld.cn. Address J L.
COR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OP THE
r CITY. DyJ.Al. VIVAS. U8
ILLIARD TABLE FOR SALE, CHEAP.
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UCflTLK I.U41V.I1 IWWI'l.
:OR SAIE-BEAUTirUL HOME IN NUUANU
VALLEY Address Hot i, P O MM
Fine NEW UPRIGHT PIANO Tor Sale CHEAP
for cash. Address A. J . Bulletin office. i8t
COR SALE-A new COTTAGE nf eight rooms and
r bath; grounds nicely laid out, stable and out
houses. One lot 75 x ia;; water laid on; ornamental trees.
etc One comer lot, 75 x is , ,
All on Collesc street. Ti.r further particulars
apply to W M. CUNNINGHAM, at the Tavorlte
COR SALE-Lots at Walklkl. $415 each
I Lots at Kalllil, $no each
Lots on Young street, $t,joo each,
Lots m Numnu Valley, all prices.
House and Lot at Kewalo.
lots at Ki'walo, all prices,
Lots at Punahou.
House and Lot at Punahou a bargain
House and Large Lot at Kallhl v.rv cheir.
Arnlvto WILLIAM SAVIDGE.
iS9 No 310 Fort street.
FOR SALE-Ono u-lncli Y I ITTINO, with flanges
complete: flanges are tapped for n-lnch well
casing; a desirable fitting for Irrigating pipes. J
EMMlLUTHSc CO. ) KlngSt. Mil
COR SALE-Pure-bred, Rough-Coaled, SCO'CII
COLLIE PUPPIES Just received ei bkt S. N
Castle, from Rancho Bonlto'i Kennels, allfornla.
For further Information apply to M. T. DONNbLL,
at WI'der's Hoat Shon. Puppies can be seen at No.
194 Robello Lane. Palama J4
FOR SALE-One SHIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
order. Apply to H. G, Dlart. Tort St. not-tf
ATWO-MANUALand Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or residence, Bergttrotn
Music Co . Fort street. ioot
WANTED To Smart Cash Bovs, must be quick
Apply N S.Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.. Fort
street. 1 1'4 - It
CMPLOYMENT WANTED by a good Japanese
- Cook lulling long experience. Address "OKA,
P. O. Box 874; 38
JAPANESE Faithful anJ gooj cook wants a situa
tion; good family. Frank Sera, P O. II. 874. Ho
VXANTED-POSITION of any kind by oung man
VV with four sears experience bookkeiplng Ad
dress J. A. carenf BULLETIN nfllce. J76
EXPERIENCED SALE LADIES wanted at the
- Pacific Import Co. M7
COMPETENT GERMAN GIRL WANTED tor
general housework and care of children. Refer
ences required Apply 0. M.. Bulletin oflice i6q
VXANTED- SITUATION, by a young Japanese
V woman, to Jo light housework, or as nurse In a
private family Address Al. A . Bulletin uffiee. n6o
CH-ST-CLASS JAPANESE COOK WANTS PO-
SITION. Ten ears experience. Address
SUZUKI, P.O. Box 86;. 1144
First-class references. Address J. G Bulletin
XANTED A position bv an Intelligent, educated
W young American. Good address; references
"K." Bulletin office. 1'JL
XANTED sco Men to get shaved for 15c. (white
W barbers). II. JErfS. 619J, Fort street, opp.
Club Stables nop-tf
Entire Change" of Program
SIX NEW ARTISTS I
EVERY ONE A HEADLINE II
First Appearance in Honolulu of
MISS MARION and
The Australian Operatic and Ballad
The Great Comedv Team,
THE MUSICAL FLETCHERS,
In Their Original Comedy Musical Act.
The Prince of Ragtime Comedians,
The World-Famous Ventriloquist,
J. W. WINTON.
MIMHCI I PPHM IIKPVPIlQc;
The Charming Soubrette, In the Latest
bongs ana uances.
The Greatest Act of Its Kind Ever
In Marvelous Feats of Daring In
A Grand Musical Farce by the
ORPHEUM STOCK COMPANY
"Silent McCue on the Back of the Sign."
Change of Program Mondays and
Family Matinee every Saturday, at
2: jo p. m.
Genual Admission, ijc and soc.
Last six rows tor children under ts years, 10c.
Reserved Chain, sx.
Seats can be booked by ringing up Telephone sse.
All persons are hereby warned against
shooting on the lands at and near the
mouth of Walkele Stream, In Walkele,
Ewa, Island of Oahu; H, 1.
E. A. MdNERNY,
E. I. SPALDING
J. M. DOWSETT,
1 386-1 w Lessees.
For additional Shipping News see seventh page
Weather Hut can, 1'tinnhoti, Nov, 24,
Tempctntura Morning minimum,
03. Mlihlay maximum, 79.
llaroniptcr, nt 0 n. m. 29.09. Fulllni?.
Dew Point 64 V.
Humidity nt 9 11. 111. 72 percent.
Diamond Hcnd SiRnnl Station, Nov.
21. WrntliM-, clear; wind, light 8.
Tliuradny, Nov. 23.
St nu .), A. Cummins, Scnrlo, from
llr. Btmr. Wnrrlmoo, Phillips, from
in-lsoano anil Sydney! pass, nntl mds?,
to T. II .Dnvlcs & Co .
Bchr. Ooldon (Into, I'nlila, from Mo
lokal. Am. Iik. Albeit, UrilTlths, 25 days
from San Francisco; 1000 tons mdso
and passengers, to II, llackfeld & Co.
Friday, Nov. 24.
O. O. S. S. Doric, Smith, from San
Francisco, with passengers nnd mall.
Stmr. Iwalnnl, Gregory, from Koloa,
with npssongers and 30CO bags A sugar,
41 bags taro, 8 pltgs sundries,
Thursday,. Nov. 23.
Iir. Btmr. Warrlmoo, Phillips, fur
Stmr. Mnul, Mncdonald, for Ilnma
ktia. Stmr. I.elma. bower, for Molokal.
Stmr. Klliiiicl IIou, Parker, for Ha
kalati Friday, Nov. 24.
Stmr. .Manna I.oa, Slmerson, for La
lialna, Maalae, Kona, Knu nnd Volca
no nt 10 a. id.
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr. .Tames JIakee, Tiillctt, for Kn
pan nt 4 p. m .
Stmr. Nllhnu, Thompson, for Maka
wcll nt 4 p. m.
Stmr. Mokolll, Dudolt, for Kamalo,
Pukoo, Hqnnliia, nt 5 p .m.
Schr. Golden Gate, Pahln, for Mnu
nalel nnd Klhcl nt C p. m.
O. S. S. Doric, Smith, for Japan
nnd Clilnu at 4 o'clock.
From San Francisco, per bark Al
beit, Nov. 23. It. .1. Mitchell, Mrs.
Smith nnd maid.
From Koloa, per ttmr, Iwnlanl, Nov.
24. Mrs, C. M. Cooke, Mrs. J. Fassoth,
Mrs. A. V. Peters, Mrs. S. II. Comstock.
For San Francisco, per stmr. Coptic,
Nov. 20. Mr. Vnn Dusklrk. II. DImond,
E. S. Mlllikcn. W. O. Smith, II. A.
Uuldwin, Miss M. Knudsen, R. I).
Campbell, Mrs. A. G. Dyzwro. Dr. 1111
delirand, Mrs. S. A. Mitchell, D. K.
Mitchell. Miss A. M. Thayer, Miss Lil
lian Holies, Mrs. r. Marsh and child,
A. Schlerholz, C. II. UIsliop, A. Tlbbs,
T. K. Taylor, G. Ambcrlln, A. Young,
For I.ulinlna, Kona, Knu nnd Volcano
per stmr. Muunn Lon, Nov. 24. D. II.
Hnhatilcllo, M. D .Schoonfeld, Geo. Mc-
Dongall, S .Nawleln, 11. w. Ault, D. C.
Lindsay. G, G. Lcong, G. S. Kelil, Ah
Yon, Father Victor, Father Jtillnn, R.
Peal, A. L. Lincoln, Mis. L .P. Lincoln,
Rev. S. II. Danl, W. Thompson, N. K.
Naklulna, H. T. U-ike, Dr. C. A. Peter
son, P. Andrntle, P. M. Nalual, Mrs. Ah
Mon, Father Pault, Father Joan, J. H.
Hnywnrd. K. C. I-ino, Miss Willis, Mrs.
Azbell, A. Weill. C. D. Ray.
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
Tho bark Martha Davis snlled from
San Frnnclsco for Honolulu, Novembor
Tho barkcntlno Kllkltat nrrlved ntf
Port Townsend November 1C, from Ho
nolulu. Ship Centennial, Marschcll, cleared
from San Frnnclsco for Honolulu, No
Tho schooner Jennie, Ward arrived
nt Gray's Harbor from Honolulu No
Tho barkcntlno Irmgard, Schmidt,
17 days from Honolulu, nrrlved nt San
Francisco November ID,
Tho American bark Annlo Johnson,
Nelson, was to sail from San Francisco
for Hllo, November 21.
The transports Senator nnd Denmohr
with the 4fth Infantry on board, wore
to hnvo left San Frnnclsco November
1C, but wero detained on account of
heavy weather ousido tho bar untlj No
llacllcy, An Austrtillu Stcvard.
Hadley, a steward aboard the Australia,
was summoned to the police station last
evening by Marshal Brown, it being sup
posed tnat ne nan uone some "juggling"
with a couple of satchels, the property of
a Mrs. Fuller who arrived In the Australia
yesterday and who went to the McLean
home on Beetanla street to stay.
It seems that, after having the satchels
"O K'd" they were given to Hadley to
have sent to the McLean place. Hadley
took the satchels n Utile later on passed
out of the gale and went to an up town
saloon. From there he bent the satchels
to the McLean home. The hackmsn mis
understood the directions and went to a
place wide of themark. Later on he went
back to the saloon and then the satchels
were sent to the proper place.
It was susplsloned that JV.adley took the
satchels aboard, put opium In them and
then went ashore but nothing of the kind
could be proved on the man so he was ill
owed to go.
PICKED UP AT SEA.
Tho bark Albert, which left San
Francisco October 28, rcporta picking
up n small boat tho sixth day out, In
Lat. 35.11, Long. 125.10, about 2G0 miles
out from shore.
Tho boat Is such n ono ns would bo
used by pleasure parties around shore,
being very frail nnd built of redwood,
when discovered It wns covered with
barnacles, nnd had probably been drift
ing for about two months.
Tho fact of Its floating right sldo up,
tho nbsenco of rowlocks, oars, etc.,
would seem to Indicate that It had
drifted away from Its moorings.
MYRTLE BOAT CLUB.
There will be a Special .Meeting of the
members of the Myrtle Boat Club, at the
Clubhouse, THIS 1 (Friday) EVENING,
at 7:30 o'clock. All members are earnestly
requested to attend. Business of Jm;
T. H. PETRIE,
j 386 Secretary.
The War in South Africa.
The lirit Instalment (tiozo) of a fund
which Is being raised here, will go for;
ward by mall of 25th Inst.
This Is for the benefit of the wives and
children of the British Reservists who
have left their employment and gone with
their regiments, to the front.
Further contributions will be thank
fully received by Theo. H. Davles & Co.,
The Hawaiian News Co. and Catton,
Nelll & Co. !386-2t
Battalion Orders No. 16.
A drill nnd parade of tills command is
hereby ordered for Friday evening, Nov
ember 24, 1890, at 7 o'clock.
The commanders of Companies "C,"
"H"and"G" will assemble their com
mands at the DriirShed accordingly.
Uniform: Fatigue, white trousers and
By Order of
MAJOR J. M. CAMARA,
Signed B. H. WRIGHT,
First Lieut. & Adjt.
Christmas Vacation Notice
The Government Schools throughout
the Hawaiian Islands will close for the
Christmas Vacation on Friday, Decem
ber 15th, and re-open for the ne.st term on
Tuesday, January and.
by order of the Department of Public
C. T. RODGERS,
KAUHANE In Honolulu, Novembor
22, 1899, to tho wlfo of Noah Knu
haue, n daughter.
Pacific Import Co
We call attention that we
the newest APPLIQUE
Special Curtain Sale!
manufacturers. Better values will never be offered again.
NOW is the time to make your selection :
SO pair Applique Curtains at $4.50 pair, regular value $ 6.00
By steamer Australia we received the newest novelties in
Ladies' Neckwear, Ladies' Fine Muslin Underwear, a complete
stock of Ribbons, Dress Skirts, and many other novelties.
33? We received the largest and finest stock of' HAND
KERCHIEFS ever imported here. Watch our window dis
play from now on.
Pacific Import Company.
On SATUHDAY, Nov. 25,-
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At the Appraiser's Office, Custom Hotie,
I will sell nt Public Auction about 3500
tins of opium.
JAS. F. MORGAN., ,
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 Estato of A. K. Sylvn,
deceased, I nm directed by J. P. Men
doncn, Administrator of said Estato, in
pursuanco of such order, to sell at pub-,
lie auction to the highest bidder for'
cash on Saturday, tho 2nd day of Do-;
ccmber, 1899 ,at 12 o'clock noon of
that day, at my salesroom on Queen
street, In tho city of Honolulu, nil the
right, title, and interest of tho said A.
K .Sylva, deceased, of, in nnd to all the
An undivided half interest In nnd to.'
that cortaln pleco of land sltuato at
Auwalollmu, Honolulu, Oahu, and de
scribed as follows: ,
Apana 1, E hoomaka nna ma ko kl
hl o pill ana 1 ka nlna o Kcklno me
ko Koclo o Kckol, n moo nku 1 kn
nono mua; Hem. 23 30 Kom. 39 7-llr
Kap. 1 ko Koclo o Kekol; Lull nku 02
30 Kom. 3 Kaul. 44 3-12 Kap. 1 ka lo!
poallma; Hema 4G 15, 37 Kap .a hull 1
kahl 1 nna mua la nl; Hema 52 30, 2
Kaul. C2 Kap. o pill ana 1 ka nlna c
1 Kaul., 10 Anana, 13 Kap.
Apana 3. E hoomaka ana ma ke
kllil HI. nolo ma ka aoao mua 4!)
Kom. 40 2-12, Kap. o ka nlna o Ka
kino a hull n holo ma ka Kuanuna o kn
lot; Hem. 38 30 Kom. 44 3-12, Kap. n
hikl i ka nina o Paclmuat holo ma
wnena ola nlna Hema 72 IIU;., 1 Kaul,
hull hou kahl 1 hoomakaal.
59 Anana, 23 Kapual.
And being Apanas 1 and 3 of tho
premises described in R .P. C041, L. C.
Thcro Is a wooden building upon the
above premises and a half Interest in
such building will bo sold with them.
TERMS CASH. U. S. GOLD COIN.
Deeds at tho expense of purchaser)
nnd salo subject to confirmation by
tho Circuit Court of tho First Circuit.
For further particulars apply to Ce
cil Brown .Attorney for Administrator.
Dated, Honolulu.November 4th, JS9i.
received a larre shiDment of
CURTAINS direct from the
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