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COL.W. A. THOMPSON'S
Tuesday, Nov. 2&...GIROFLE GIROFLA
Thursday, Nov. 30
...CHIMES OF NORMANDY (Comic)
HONOLULU COFFEE MILLS
PORE HAWAIIAN COFFEES,
Green or Hoasted.
Large stock of Coffees from the Kona, Hamakua, Olaa Dis
tricts always on hand. Old Coffees a speciality.
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
, ",J M Proprietors.
"Aloha Collection of Hawaiian Songs."
The Best Hawaiian Souvenir
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KSy - ssssi- sssr rssssrJaprJg?JIpiJ'l':i'Srl
Da you expect to carve a turkey next month ? November is the
proper month to do such things, and the Thanksgiving turkey will have
to be cut up. Then there wjll be the Christmas and New Years dinners
to be thought of, so after aU It is about the right time to get that new
tet of Carvers you have been1 thinking about getting.
We have all sorts plain, fancy, cheap, medium and expensive, and
t-nn please you with the new stock In this line that we have just-received.
A full lln of table cutlerj-, also plated spoons, forks and knives.
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. Fort and Kins Sts.
Columbia and Rambler Agents.
e.r. - -'
Bounded by Keeaumoku, Kinau,
Plikoi and Lunalllo streets; only
one, block from the Beretanla
street car llneii'"5!'"5!'-'' viv viir
This tract is situated in one of the finest resi
dence portions of Honolulu, and in a direct line with
the cooling breezes of Makiki.
Lots Sox 90 feet will be sold for the reasonable
price of $1,250. Terms, $20 cash, balance on in
stallments, payments lo-suit purchaser.,,
This land has a very gentle slope, and purchasers
can immediately commence bulding operations.
Early purchasers can secure choice ocations. '
For further particulars apply to
GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
Notice ot Assessment.
NoticTls hereby given that the fifth
assessment of ten (10) per cent on the
capital stock of the HONOLULU RAPID
TRANSIT & LAND CO. will be due and
payable to J. H. Fisher, at Bishop & Co.'s
Bank, Honolulu, on the 1st day of Novem
ber, proximo. The shares upon which
any assessment may remain unpaid after
thirty days from said date will be declared
Honolulu, Nov. 1, 1809.
CHAS. H ATHERTON.
1)68 Secretary H. R. T. & L. Co.
Saturday Matinee, Dec. 2 A1ARTHA
Romantic and Comic.
Saturday Night, Dec. 2...
, THE MERRY WAR
Big AMIitary Comic Opera Production.
Notice Is hereby given that the follow
ing trade marks have been registered and
wamlnlng Is given against Infringement
of same. Coffee to be known as follows:
No. 1 Flat Bean, "alle."
No. 2 Flat Bean, "llima."
No. 3 Flat Bean, "Lehua."
No. 1 Pea Berry, "Haia."
No. 2 Pea Berry, "Mao."
KAILUA KONA COFFEE ESTATE,
McWayne Bros., Proprietors.
THE EVENING,, BULLETIN; HONOLULU jg; 1 NOVEMBER
irt35Ji. In tbtitelumn uillh InuilidtlntinXi
Mv llnifiril Imtrllcn; la tittli mend inur.
Ilenj to ctr.lt a umk and ?o ctnll a month. IHi It Ibi
tbtapttl tdvtrlltlnt tvtr cfftrlJ Htfitcfilt oflUnoMn.
I OST A Hunch o( Keys on a ring 'about Nov. t
i- Literal reward on return In this ofllce.
OK SALE-On Walklkl Road, near the residence
of Geo. Manson. Iid.. desirable hnuw of a
rooms anJ b.itli: gdod fruit treea: nice croundj,
iooxioo. ur mi eacnangeror iot in I'unanou. i-or
further particulars apply to GEAR, LANSING & CO.
COR SALE-LANDS IN, AIL PARTS OF THE
r CITY, fly J, M. ViVAS. 138a
COR SALE-BEAUTIFUL HOME IN NUUANU
AJJress Hox r. P. O.
Arine NEW UPRIGHT PIANO For Sale CHEAP
for cash. AJJress A. J . Bulletin office. t8ra
COR SALE A new COTTAGE of tight rooms and
I bath; grounds nicely lalj out; stable and out-
One lot it "5: water laid on; ornamental trees,
etc One corner lot, 75 x 115.
All on College street. Fnr further particulars
apply to W. M. CUNNINGHAM. H the Favorite
COR SALE-Lt at WalklVI, $ eh,
r LotsatKallhl, J 150 each.
Lots on Young street, $t,sM each.
Lots at Kallhl, $500 each.
Lots In Nuuanu Valley, all prices.
House and Lot at Kewalo.
Lots at Kewalo. all prices.
Lots at Punahou.
House anJ Lot at Ptinihou a bargain'.
House and Large Lot at Kallhf verv cheap,
. Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE,
"59 No jio Port strwf.
PR SALE-Oners-lnchY nTTING, with flange
COmnlete: finv Are torified fnr'lalnrh m1C
casing: a desirable ailing fnr Irrigating pices. J,
PR SALE-Pure-bred, Rough-Coated, SCOTCH
COLLIE PllPPf RS. J.1.1 r.r.lvt MfuKK.1
Castle, from Rancho Ronlto'a Kennel., Callfwila. -1
ror runner imormaiMn iruv in jh. r. iKjraNFi-i:.
at WMJer's Roat Shorn Popples can be scan at Nil,
im RobelloLane. Palama. ijn.
POR SALE-One SHIPMAN ENGINE In perfect 1
orJer. Apply to H. G. Blart. Fort St; iiofle
A TWO-MANUAL and Pedal Bass RDEB ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or residence. flergitroai
Music Co., Fort street. u6r
NEWLY-FURNISHED ROOMS, BtrrOnla street J
near Fori, neat Dr. Par's officer !U5-W 1
PURNISHED ROOK TO LET. 4fr PuncAhmt.
near Beretanla j8j.
TO LET-SIX ROOM COTTAGE. Sr.ply"Ho
1 lulu Hotel late Engl. House. tyrt
TO LET-FURNISHED FRONT ROOM to rf.
private family; ronltrate rent. 6t0 Vineyard St.,
3 doors from Queen Hotel. igS
RENT Two Furnished FRONT
rilE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSB. Fort St. Best
I roomsanj attendant. In cltt, in?
EMPLOYMENT WANTED by. a gooj Japanese
Cook having lie-exrerleace. Address "OKA."
P. O. Bos u.
JAPANESE Faithful and good esole wants a sltm
lion; good family. IrankSeraP.O. It.814. Ho
U ANTED POSITION cJ any kind by young nan
dress.J. A. care f BULLETIN office-.
wnn rour ars experience Dooueeping,
CXPERIENCED SALE LADIES wanted at the
t- Pacllic Impoit Co. nn
POMPETENT GERMAN GIRL WANTED for
V-' general housework anJ care of children. Ret-
ences required. Apply G. MM Bulletin office i)o
1ANTED SITUATION, by young Japanese
'" woman, to do light housework, or as nurse In a
private ramuy. ajjwss m. A.. Iiuiletln pace. i)0o
PII.ST-CUSS JAPANESE COOK WANTS PO-
SITIOfl. Ten vim nnerlenca. AJJr.u I
SU2UKI. P.O. no6. 1144
Hrst-clau references. Address. J. G. Bulletin
WANTED-A position by an Intelligent, ed
young American. Good address; refer
"K." Bulletin office. s'
ANTED suoMeo to get shaved for 15c. (whit.
Y barbers). H. JEFFS. ti94 Fort street, op.
Club Stables taoo-ii
SIX NEW ARTISTS I
EVERY ONE A HEADLINE 1 1
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.
MINDELL FERN DREYFUSS,
The Charming Soubrette, In the Latest
Songs and Dances.
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,
2:10 d. m
, Gtntral Adnlitlon, t;c and 50c,
Latl tlx rows for chimran under 11 years, i.
RtMrved Chairs, tx.
S.ats can t booked by ringing up Telephone 540,
Christmas Greetings for
Europe should be mailed by
the steamer leaving Nov. 28 as
the next following mail Dec.
dh may 'not reach there in
King Bros, have an assort
ment of Hawaiian cards and
photos which are eminently
suitable for Xmas cards.
110 Hotel Street.
For addlilanal Shipping Ntw tee eeventh page
Weather Hiircntr, Puniihou, Nov.' 27.
Tcmpcrattiro Morning minimum,
C7: MItlay maximum, 79.
nitrometer 9 n. in- 30.11. KUInjf.
Dow Point 68 IV
Humidity ntfl n. m-64 Dor cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Nov.
2 Weittlier cloudy, wind light N. E.
Sundnr. Nor. 2G.
.tap. utmr. Yorlhlma Maru, At. Mn
karu, from Yokohama. November 12:.
300 tous nidac, 731 Japaneso Immi
grants, to T, U. Da vies &Co.
wunr. MOKoIll, Sachs, from Molokal.
Stmr, Klnau. Frcoman. from Mnnf
and Hawaii ports: 32 head cattle, 2
horses, in bdls hldos, 44 hogs, 60 sacks
corn, 300 sacks potatoes, 211 ukgs sun-
Stmr. Iihun, Dowor, from Kaunaka
knl. Stmr. Ko Au Hou,.Moshor from Wal
mca. Stmr. James Makeo, Tullott, from
Stmr. Mlkabala, L'cdcrson, from Ko
Ion; C300 sacks sugar, ta H- Hackfeld
Stmr. W. O. Hall, Thompson, from
Kntinl ports; 229-tiucka uotatoes. 102
sacks corn, 228 sacks toro, 48 hogs, 1'.
norso.2i pugs uiuch, 125 pkgs sundries.
Stmr. Claudlno, Cameron, from Maul
ports;, 220 sacks potatoos, 102 sacks
corn, 228 sacks toro, 48 hogs, 1 horse,
24 pkgs hides, 125 pkgs. sundries.
Ur. stmr. Mlowera, Hay, from Vic
toria; passengers and 477 tons freight,
to T. H. Davles & Co., Ltd.
U. S. nrrriy transport Sonator, Pat
terson, from Sun Francisco, with
U. S. nrmy transport Dcnmohr, Wal
lace, from San Francisco with troops.
U. S. army transport Port Stevens.
Whitehead, from Seattle, with mules
Saturdny, November 25.
Stmr. IwalanI, Gregory, for Eleele.
O. & O. S .S. Coptic, Kinder, for San,
Sunday:. November 20.
Br. bk. Woolaura, Williamson, for.
TO SAIL. THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr. Lchua, Dover, for ICaunankar-
Kal anil uiowalu nt 3 p. m.
Stmr. Walalcalc,, Green,, for Kapoa
nt 4 p. m.
Stmr. KUohann. Uruhn for Lahalna
and Knnnnpall at 4 p. m.
TO SAIL. TOMORROW.
Stmr. W. G. Hall. Thompson, for
N&wllhvlli, Koloa, Electa and Huia
pepo at 5 p. m.
Stmr. Ktnnu, Freeman, for Molokal,
Maul nml Hawnll nt 12 m.
Stmr Claudloe,. Cameron, for Maul
ports nt 5 p. in.
Stmc. Mokolll, Thidolt. for Knmalo,
Hnlawa, Pelokunu, Pukoo, Wnllau and
Kalnupapa nt 10 a. m.
For San Francisco, per stmr. Cop
tic, Nov.. 2d Mr. Van Busklrk. W. O..
Smith, W. A. Baldwin, R. B. Campbell,
Mrs. A. G. lfyxwcr, Dr. T. L. Hilder-
brand, Mrs. L. A. Mitchell, D. K. Mit
chell, Mrs F. Marsh nnd. chjld, A.
Schlcrhulx nnd wife. A. Tlbles, G. Au
ucrlln, A. Young, Miss R Martin, H..
Archer. John B. Stackenl and wife, A.
H. Curtis and wife, R. Wk Wilcox.. Miss,
Lowers, Miss Mclntyro.
For the Colonics, per stmr. Mlowera.
Nov. 27. Dr. Maxwell, C. Bchrend,
Geo. Hunt, F. W. Milberton.
For San Francisco, per stmr. Austra
lia, Nov. 28. T. D. Beasley. H. Cohn,
Mrs. J. F. McCosson, Miss McCosson,
Miss A. T. Thayer, Miss L. Bolles. Mrs.
W. S. Terry, A. Allison, Miss A. Wil
son, H. P. Weber, Chas. Johnson, Mrs.
V. J. O rant, W. N. Armstrong. H. T.
Lamcn, E. Lindsley, Mrs. Llndsly and
children, H. Dlckmnn, A. H. Small, W.
P. Fenncll nnd children, A. A. Young.
Editor Evening Bulletin: At tho lovo
feast given to V. O .Smith last Friday
night, sovcral gentlemen making dwelt
night, several gentleman mak
ing speeches, dwelt largely up
on tho caro that should bo
taken of tho natlvo people, very fear
ful that tho newcomers might treat
them harBhly. A little, buncombe.
They aro now trying to pull wool over
tho eyes of tho natlvo. when congress
annexes us the native will liavo a voto.
They aro about to loso tho loaves and
fishes. They must uso somo means to
keep themselves In ofllce. ' Ono ot tho
speakers who felt very much Interest
ed In regard to tho matter, has a rec
ord that tho natlvo will not entirely
forget. Ho mado a specoh not long ago
at tho rlllo meeting. The following is
copied from that speech:
"Coming to politics Mr. Thurston said
ho hardly thought it timo to organize
a Republican Club in Honolulu, as Hllo
bad done. It would uo years netoro tno
work would count. Tho speaker refer
red to tho grand work of Senators Mor
gan and Gorman and tho several Popu
lists for Hawaii, and added that It-was.
not time now to say wo wero Republi
cans, Democrats, or Populists. Let us
go to tho United StatcB as Hawaiian
Americans puro and simple. Mr. Thur
ston said his reart went out In greatest
sympathy for tho natlvo Hawallans,
who had not worked for annexation.
Ho had felt this strongly when at
Washington. He hoped that every
thing asked at Washington would ho
for tho benefit ot natlyo Hawallans as
well as their brethren who had worked
Another ono of tho speakers a fow
years ago. sat. rifle in hand In the cu
pola of' tho old theater,' shooting down
natives as they would make their ap
pearance over tho walls of tho old pal
Tho Coptic brought a total of D73
passengers for Honolulu, there being 11
cabin' and 489 Japaneso and 73 Chinese
Bteerago; also 617 tons ot general mer
chandise, consigned to H. Hackfold &
27, 1899. "
A NATIVE INJURBB.
A" native named? Kuulu was severely fn
jured'In the holey of the Mlowera at y.jo
this morning by the falling of tllree bar
rels of beer on him.
He was engaged! fn puttlngrtheslinjj
around? some barrels-,-preparatory tbhav
Ing them hoisted out:, when suddenly the
three birrels that' he- had just senfun a
second before came tumbling dowrrafter
him, tbe-wheel In the pulley of thellolst
Iiig machine- having broken.
He was- Immediatelv wnt liithlmc-
pltal and; at last leporta was dolrgwem
No bones were hrnki-i t& thr tvinrfUinw
Was verybadly brulsetli.
Card of THanke.
Mrs.,GaspcnF..Phelravvsf7s to thanl
most heartlljnthe frlendawlM'so kindly:
stood by In Iter recent bereavement and!
gave help amr kindly ward f encourage
On WEDNESDAY, No29
AT 10 O'CLOCK. A. at ,
At the residence of" Mr. P. M. Ilucas,
Hotel Stpposite the-Hawallan Hotel, 1
will selliat publlc'auctlon the household fur
nlture, consisting In-, pact of Parlor Chairs,
Pictures, Wall Brackets, (Hanging; Lamps,
Bedroom Sets, Chiffonier, Nets, Lounge,
Child's Crib, Oat Extension Table-and
Dlnini; Chairs, Dishes, Crockery, Glass
ware Stove, Meat-Safe, Kitchen Utensils
Tables and Chairs, 'Filter, Palms,. Ferns
JAMES F. MORGAN,
JOHN- H. S0PER ,
11G Morchanfci Street.
Pacific Import Co
Special ' Curtain Sale!
We call attention that we received a large shipment of'
the newest APPLIQUE CURTAINS direct from the
manufacturers. Better values will never be offered again.
NOW is the time to make your selection :
JO pair Applique Curtains at $4.50 pair, regular value $ 6.00
'" ' 7.75
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.
B-We received the largest and finest 'stock of HAND
KERCHIEFS ever imported here. Watch our window dis
play from now on.
PACIFIC IMPORT CO.
33 Queen Street
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALH'-OB REAL
Notlco 1st hereby given that under
and In pursuance of an ocder Issued
out of th Circuit Court of It ho- First
Ctrcnlt, lnathe Estate of A..K. Sylva.
deceased, Ham eUrectod by Ji.P. Men
donca, Administrator of salt! Estate, In
pursuanco of. such order, to sell at pub
lic auction) to the highest bidder for
cash on Saturday, tho 2nd day of De
cember, 1809' ,at 12 o'clock., noon of
that day, at my salesroom-, on Qocen
street, In tho city of Honolulu, all the
right, title and. interest of the said A.
K .Sylva, deceased, of, in aid to all the
An undivided half interest in. and to
that, cortalni piece of land. situate at
Auwalollcui, Honolulu, OnhU,, and de
Apana.l. E. aooxnaka ana.-ma ko kl
hl o pill ana i ka alna o- Kcklno mo
ko Koelo- 01 Kekol, a moo aku 1 ka
aoao mua. Horn, 23 30 KOm, 39 7-12
Kap. I ko.ICoele- o Kekol?. Lull aku 62
30 Kora. a KouL, 44 3-12 Kap. I ka lot
poallma; Hema 4S IB", 37 Kap .a hull i
kanl 1 ana mua la al; Hema. 62 30. 2
Kaul. CfcKap. o pill ana. 1 ka alna o
1 Kaul., 10 Annna, 13 Kap.
..lA.pIn,a, 3.; ,B h0niaka ana ma ke
klhl HU holi). ma ka aoao mua 49
Kom. 40 2-12, Kap. o ka alna o Ka
klno a nulla kolo ma kmKuaauna o ka
Ll'v"1' 3? 3 Kom. 44 3-12; Kap." a
nlkl 1 ha alna o Paelmual nolo ma
waena ola alaa Hema 72,Hlk.l Kaul.
hull liou kanl i hoomakaal.
69'Anana, 22 Kapual.
And being Apanas 1 and 3: of the
premises described ln.R .P. 6641. L. C
Thoro la a wooden building upon the
above promises and a half interest in
such, building will be sold with them.
TERMS, CASH. U. S. GOLD COIN.
Deeds at tho oxpnso of.- purchaser,
and. sale subject to confirmation by
tho Circuit Court oP tho First Circuit
Fdr further nartlcularn nnniv in n.
ell Brown .Attorney for Administrator.
uaica. nonoiuiiUNovombcr 4tb, 1893..