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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMBEK 25, 1899.
i OPERA ERMINIB TONIGHT
Another big chlhlrcn'u mntlnco Is In
order at tho Opera House this after
noon, and tho little ones nro laughing
nway for dear life, and their GO cents
worth of enjoyment
Tonight tho famous Ermlnlo will be
produced. This is ono of tho very best
comic operas that has ever been writ
ten and has a reputation for excellence
second to none. It was produced for
threu years continually at tho Casino,
New York, and mado Krnncls Wilson
not only famous as a comedian, but a
wealthy man beside. Tho two thieves,
ltowcnne and Cadeaux, will bo played
by thoso funny fellows Kunkol and
Henderson, and needless to say, played
well. They are both great Honolulu
favorites. Miss Stanton will bo the
Krmlnle nnd Miss Andrews as Garot
te. There will bo a chango of rcpertolro
next week. Merry War will bo produc
ed on Saturday night Instead of Thurs
day, nnd Chimes of Normandy will bo
Mock Trial Aboard Coptic.
Among tho many pleasant happen
ings board tho Coptic on tho way from
China and Japancso ports in which
Miss Harriet Lowers was tho plaintiff
ngalnst O. H. Klngswcll In a breach of
promise suit Tho defendant having an
impediment in ills speech was told by
tho Judge that, in caso ho could not
speak ho could whistlo or sing. Tho
latter ho did frequently, much to the
enjoyment of nil. Mr. Klngswcll did
o very great deal to make tho trip from
tho Orient pleasant for both the pass
engers for tills port and those passing
"Young man, didn't I hear you kiss
ing my daughter in the parlor a few
"No, ma'am. You heard your daugh
ter kissing me." Chicago Tribune. -
Judgo Perry this morning rendered
.nn oral decision on motion for alimony
.nnd the custody of tho children In tho
.Nlcol dlvorco caso. Tho court refused
to take tho children from tho mother
and orders Nlcol, tho libelee, to pay $35
per month from date for tho support of
the wlfo nnd children together with $22
costs of court and '!J attorney's fee.
The town of Essen, which has 100,000
inhabitants, has just been admitted
into tho ranks of German cities. Tho
town was made by tho Krupp gun
works, which wero started there by tho
grandfather of tho present owner, Al
fred Krupp, in 1810. There are 41,000
employes, and thcro has novcr yet been
IJBhEMPii iwii;iWi'icawg,nn8Ti iiiiSuiuIiri?llilBlf Mil
$10.00 per month installments.
THE BERG&TROM MUSIC CO.,
The Ladles of Honolulu are All
01 Mesial, Tlinrsfe aiifl Friday
November 22, 23 and 24.
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
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Book, Music and News Dtl t.
. .Piano. 3old on luUltmcnti.-
Cordially Invited to Attend the
205-U07 Hotel Sttcct.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
h M. I) rooks, attorney, Spreckcls
Concert on Makce Island at tho usual
tlmo Sunday afternoon.
Music at tho gnrden lannl tonight
at tho Now England Uakory.
Mauson bicycles with puncture proof
tires SI5.00.cnsh, at Bailey's.
John Hasslngcr Is no. better today.
The patient had a very brad night of it.
All who have used tho PEERLESS
PRESERVING PAINT speak well nf
H. C. Austin, Auditor General, arrlv-'
ed from Illlo In tho Upolu this morn
ing. Personal letters belonging to E. P.
Walsh have been lost Read the Want
Leigh Hunt, who Is connected with
mining interests in the Far East, Is a
through passenger In tho Coptic.
Rev. Gcorgo Wallace will preach at
tho rooming service at tho second con'
gregatlon, tomorrow morning at 9:45.
Photographs enlarged to any slzo in
crayon, watcrcolors, sepia, pastel and
oils. Colo & Collins, Port street, opp.
the Homo Bakery. ,
Thero Is only ono Jesse Mooro Whis
key in tho world and that Is cold nnd
pure. Lovcjoy & Co. aro distributors
for the Hawaiian Islands.
A cnplnln of ono of the companies
aboard tho transport City of Peking
wns among tho number left over in
Honolulu. HO will tako passage In tho
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of tho Pioneer Mill Co. Ltd.,
will be held at the odlco of H. Haokfelil
& Co. on Wednesday, November 29th,
at 11 a. m.
Tho Woman's Guild of St. Clement's
will hold a Christmas fair and sale of
fancy and useful articles on Dec. 2d,
at the residence of Mrsi Gulllck, King
uuur .iiukuu. Bireui.
Thero was a session of the Police
Court of about fivo minutes this fore
noon. Not a case was 'taken In. Ono
defendant charged with drunkenness
and another hearged with disturbing
the quiet or tho night, wero reprimand
ed and discharged.
Eighty per cent of tho seamen In the
port of Honolulu-wero present at tho
Seamen's Club entertainment last eve
ning. At tho closo of tho exercises the'
hoys of Battery A, Cth Artillery, soon
to depart'' for tho Philippines, gave
threo hearty cheers for the funodcr of
Delicious cream mercngues. dough
nuts and pies par excellence, the best
in cranberry, lemon, apple, peach, cus
tard and berry, Fresh every day after
10 o'clock a. m. at tho New England
Bakery. If you try our bread you will
havo none other; our trado mark Is
Domlngos l'errolra ,Was arrested yes
terday on tho charge of assault and
battery on Manuel Fcrnandes. The
case came up in tho Pollco Court this
forenoon, but was continued until Mon
day. Tho troublo aroso out of tho at
tempt of Domlngos Ferrelra to take a
number of cstrays to tho pound.
Senator Schmidt leaves for' Eleelo In
tho steamer Iwalanl this nfternoon. He
will go to tho McBrydo plantation and
then, In company with ManagcrCon-
nnt, will go to Walmca to look ovor tho
plantation. Mr. Schmidt Is ono of tho
largo stockholders In Walmca planta
tion and Mr. Conant wns formerly the
Among tho handsomo residences to
bo put up In Maklkl on tho new base
ball tract now In tho hands of Gear,
Ianslng & Co., will be that of J. Mort
Oat, tho Postmaster General of tho Ha
waiian Islands. Mr. Oat Is enthusiastic
over his recent purchase and feels suro
that he has selected a alto that, for
beauty and hcalthfulncss, cannot bo
excelled In Honolulu.
During tho absence to Hawaii and
Maul of Mr. Haywnrd, Mr. Peter Slck
els, formerly of tho Occidental and
Baldwin hotels, Sail Francisco, will as
sume the management of Wnlklkl Inn
and will bo pleased to entertain any of
his former patrons. Tho public and
tourists can rest assured that Mr. Slck
els Is a hotel man of wldo experience
and tho reputation. of Walkikl Inn for
excellent cuisine will be fully sustain
My Art Department, Up Stairs,
B IS REPLETE WITH THE LATEST DESIGNS IN m
Stamping, Drawn Work and Embroideries.
Washable Embroidery Silks, Stamped Linens, Cushion Tops, &c, Always in Stock
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Different shades and colors in
Our new stock of Men's Slippers is just opened,
and shows everything, that is new and fancy.
Hanan's new styles, are particularly attractive, and
are sure to prove winners at the coming season.
Do not fail to see these, they beat anything ever
Last of Egan's Silks
being closed out at 25 cts
and 75 cts a yard.
Plush Draperies 25 cts
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.
New Stock "of TENNIS BALLS and Sundries just received
from the factory.
PEARSON & POTTER CO., Ltd., '.;!, B5
To Spcnk.In Knwnlnluio.
Hov. S. L. Desha, of Hllo, who re
turned In tho Australia after a pleas
nt trip In tho States with other Ha
waiian pastors, will occupy tho pulpit
In Kawalahno church Sunday morntiiR
Mr. Desha will glvo somo of his Impres
sions and experiences during Ills travels.
-BJFULL LINES OF
WHERE is where we
get together, the
proper shoe, at the
Mclnerny Shoe Store.
More JupiincHc fop Honolulu.
Thero arrived by thii Coptic this
morning G73 passengers for this port.
Of these 11 nro cabin passcng3rfl, 73
Chinese nnd 489 Japanese. Immediate
ly upon arrival of the Coptic tho Immi
grants wero tnken to the quarantlno
station by Jack McVeigh In tho big
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high-grade Japanese Silks
Eastman Kodak Go.
.Having Given the..
AN HAWAIIAN AGENCY,
The latter now offer for
The : Holiday : Trade!.
MODEL 1900 KODAKS
Bromide Paper, Sollo, DcMfcrj,
and ALL THINGS PHOTOGRAPHtCL.
426 Fort Street.
Notice Is hereby given that the second
assessment, 5 percent or ti.oo per share enr
the assessable stock of the NahlkuSsmv
Co., will be due nnd payable at the Office
of Alexander & Baldwin on Friday Dec
ember ist, 1899.
By order of the Directors,
J. P. COOKE.
Treasurer Nahlku busar Cot
Honolulu, Nov. 20th, 1899.
Call next Saturday, Nov'
ember 18 and inspect pntr
ty horses, rigs and modern
business facilities of the
Honolnlo StocltTara Go,Itt
W. S. WITHERS,
Corner Alakea and
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The Dressmaking Department Is In charge of Miss Hamerschlag, late of New York,
MISS M. E. KILLEAN,
E. W. JORDAN,
- No. 10 FORT ST.
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