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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU H. L, NOVEMBER 28, 1899.
COL.W. A. THOMPSON'S
Tuesday, Nov. 28...GIROFLE GIROFLA
rhursJay, Nov. 30
...CHIMES OF NORMANDY (Comic)
In order to build our new store we are about to tear down the old
building and we rjave a lot of things that must be sold as we have not gqt
half the room In our temporary quarters that we need for our large stock.
To start with we are going to offer a fine line of s'andard BICYCLE
LAMPS. These are Light things but they take up a good deal of room.
Here Is the list:
Chester Lamps $ .90 each
Atwood Swinging Lamps .'. i.o "
Banner Lamps 2.00 "
M. & W. Lamps 2.00 "
Search Light Oil Lamps 3.50 "
Search Light Gas Lamps 4-5 "
Solar Gas Lamps 3 50 "
Ve are not overstocked on any of these so you will have to call early
to get' your pick. We have a lot of bike sundries which we are going to
sell out at same low rates. Your chance to buy standard goods at cost
will only last while our present stock lasts, call early.
When you wish to rent a bicycle remember that we rent COLUMBIA
CHA1NLESS wheels, the easiest and cleanest wheel on earth to ride.
E. 0. HALTFSON, Ltd,
Oor. ITort and Kine Sts.
HONOLULU COFFEE MILLS
PURE HAWAIIAN COFFEES,
Green or Hoasted.
Large stock of Coffees from the Kona, HamakUa, Olaa Dis- .
tricts always on hand. Old Coffees a spaciality.
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
Mtq . . . Proprietors.
'Aloha Collection of
The Best Hawaiian Souvenir
-FOR SALE AT THE-
Bounded by Keeaumoku, Klnau,
Pllkol and Lunalllo streets; only
one block from the Beretania
street car Hne'is,",i'",iy'v5"is!r
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 50x90 feet will be sold for the reasonable
price of $1,250. Terms, $2j0 cash, balance on in
stallments, payments to suit purchaser.
This land has a very gentle slope, and purchasers
can immediately commence bu Iding operations.
Fatly nnrrhnpr"; rnn spriirv rhnirp n'ratmnc
For further particulars apply to
GEAR. LANSING & CO., '
Notice of Assessment.
Notice Is hereby given
that the fifth
r rnf rtn th
assessment of ten (10) per
capital stock or the
miMi rrwsr nr th hi jimi ji.i
TRANSIT & LAND CO. will be due and
u...kl. I U CI.Vir .IRIchnnJbrn'.
Bank, Honolulu, on the ist 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. 1899.
6.AS. H ATHERTON.
1)48 Secretary H. R. T. & L. Co.
.tn.J-- M'''tilfaffliTilli"ii 1
Saturday Matinee, Dec. 2 MARTHA
Romantic and Comic.
Saturday Night, Dec. a.-
THE MERRY WAR
Big Military Comic Opera Production.
Christmas Greetings for
fcurope should be mailed by
the steamer leaving Nov. 28 as
the next following mail Dec.
Cth may not reach there in
King Bros, have an assort
ment of Hawaiian cards and
Dhotos which nrp PtnitiAnflw
suitable for Xmas cards.
110 Hotel Street.
......-afe.fe4"',4. ggg.!m , lbtai-tffta-l(,il.f-lr,i niV.ri.rnrnlk. ,'ti lrfMri4tff' lH f-irt rt rrflK tr-frn '-,' n y,' - V-'"i.. ....,
Yfjfrf. in tht tolumn uttt b inurttJ ttlCtntt
tjrS3 altrtitrit insertion; to unit tttond inter
tionf 0 unit a week nt to tentt"a month. Jbit it tbt
tbeapett aJtrtisir( ever offtrtJ tbt people of Honolulu.
WANTLD An Unfurnlthed House of four nr fit e
tnAma m-l kitlh In ihn haI kIiKa.Ii knl nl ItTa 1 1 h I
or Walklkl. Arrlv to U LlClltlU, Dot 4B0.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED by eoo4 Japanese
Cook hAvIn? tonrn.rlno. AdJrtt 'OKA
l O. Uo J4.
I APANESE Fllhlul and good cook want 11 stlua
J lion; cooJ family. Prank Sera, P, O. II. 874. Ho-
UANTED-POSITtON of any UnJ by young man
Jrest J. A. cart o( BULLETIN office.
Pacific Impotl Co.
LADIES wanted al the
COMPETENT GERMAN GIRL WANTED for
(..n.r.l tiAtic.wnrlr .n.4 rmrm nt MMr.n. Mitptm
encea required. Apply Q.M., Hullelln office ito
UANTED- SITUATION, by a young Japanese
VV woman. In An H.ht hntit.wnrb nr ntirt. In m.
private family. Addresa M. A., Duilelln office. i)6o
Clt-ST-CUSS JAPANESE COOK WANTS PO
SUZUKI, P.O. Pox Mj.
11 iuii. irn years virrncncp
nANTED-POSITION by experienced bookkeeper.
W rirst-class references. Address J. 0. Uulletln
UANTED A position by an Intelligent, educated
' " voun? American. Good address: references
." Duilelln office. 1)18
XANTED soo Men to gel shaved for 15c,
' carpers), n. jLt-r-a,
eiH Fort street, opp
OST A Bunch of Kevs on a ring about Nov. 11
- Liberal reward on return to this office.
COR SALE On Walklkl Road, near the residence
I of Gen, Manson, Esq., desirable house of 5
rooms and bath: good fruit trees; nice grounds,
100x100. Or will eicnange lor lots In Punahou. For
further raitlculari apply to GEAR, LANSING & CO.
TOR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
CITY, fly J. M.V.VAS. ).
:OR SAI C-DEAUTIFUL HOME IN NUUANU
VALLEY. Address Do 7l. P O. ii
Tine NEW UPRIGHT PIANO For Sale CHEAP
for cash. Address A. J . Bulletin office. 187.
COR SALE A new COTTAGE ol eight rooms apd
1 bath; grounds nicely laid out; (table and out
houses. One lot 75 x iij; wafer laid on; ornamental trees,
etc One corner lot, 75x115
All on College street. Tor further particulars
apply to W. M. CUNNINGHAM, at the Favorite
COR SALE-Lots at Walklkl, $415 each.
Lots at Kallhl, $150 each.
Lots on Young street. It, 500 each.
Lots at Kallhl $500 each.
Lots n Nuuanu Valley, all prices.
House and Lot al Kewalo.
Lots at Kewalo, all prices.
Lots at Punahou,
House and Lot at Punahou a bargain.
House and Large Lot at Kallhl v.rv cheap,
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGh.
59 No 110 Fotl street.
PR SALE-One n-lnch Y FITTING, with flanges
complete; flanges are tapped for ialnch well
casing; a desirable fitting for Irrigating pipes. J
LMMELUTH & CO.. -i-- King Si. 1)41
PR SALE Pure-bred, Rough-Coated, SCOTCH
COLLIE PUPPIES. Just received ex bkt S. N
Castle, from Rancho Uor.lto's Kennels, "alMomla.
For further Information apply to M. T. DONNELL,
at WI'der's Boat Shop. Puppies can be seen at No.
U4 Robello Lane. Palama. 1114
COR SALE-One SHIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
order. Apply to H. G. Blan. Fort St. noi-lf
A TWO-MANUAL and Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
Suitable for chap.1 or residence. Bergstrom
Music Co., Fort street .1067
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS, DereUnla street
near Fort, next Dr. Div nftic. t8trStw
CURNISIIED ROOM TO
TO LET-SIX ROOM COTTAGE.
lulu Hotel late Cada House.
TO LET-FURNISHED TRONT ROOM to lei;
1 tirlvatft familv? mnjrate rnt. fitfi Vlnfivaril t.
) doors from Queen Hotel.
TO RENT-Two Turnlshed TRONT
I Telnhnni. (,Ri.
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE, Fort St. Pest
I rooms and attendants In fltv. m
SIX NEW ARTISTS!
EVERY ONE AHEADLINEII
'THE DUTCH JUSTICE."
First Appearance In Honolulu of
MISS MARION and
The Australian Operatic and Ballad
The Great Comedy Team,
THE MUSir.Ai pi pty-hebc
in Their Original Comedy Musical' Act.
The World-Famous Ventriloquist,
J. W. WINTON. .
A Dash of Sunshine,
In Latest Coon Songs.
The Greatest Act'of Its Kind Ever
, it FLYING BUSCH,
In Marvelous Feats of Daring In
HEARDE AND DREYFUSS,
In an Original Sketch "Off to the War"
Captain Dreyfus and Black Taffie.
Change of Program Mondays and
Family Matinee every Saturday, at
21V3 p. m.
Gtiwral Admission, tc anl sc.
Last sla rows for chlldrtn unj.r ia years, oc.
Reserved Chairs, joe.
Seals can be booked by ringing up Telephone so,
iOHN H. SOPER
Stock anfl Bom Broker.
110 Moroliaut Strcot. ...
How brave California bovs foucht
for their flag is told in On To Ma
for additional Shipping Nw . itvenih page
Weather Ilttrcau, Punahou, Nov. 28.
Tcnipcrnturo Morning minimum,
C7; Midday mnxlmum, 74.
Haroiucter nt 9 it. m. 30.1C. Illslng.
Dow Point 04 F.
Humidity nt 9 n. m. 77 per cent.
Diamond Head Signnl Station, Nov.
28. Wcnthcr thick; wind fresh N. E.
Tuesday, Nov. 28.
17. S. A. T. Ifnnrnnlr Htrnvn f-nm
San Francisco, with troops for Manila.
U. S. A. T. City of Puohla. Thomas,
from San Francisco, with troops for
Norwegian S. S. Thryra, Edwordsen,
from Yokohama with 710 Japanese aud
200 tons general merchandise for Alex
ander & Baldwin.
Stmr. MIkahala, Pcdorson, for Maka
woll, Watmea and Klkahat at 6 p. m.
Stmr. Ko Am Hou, Moshor, for Auhu
lainnnir nun n.innitr 'nmrnramm, ..,,.
at 4 p. m.
R. N. Pnftfln flllfffirrl 4r.n.ti Onn
Frnnrlnrn Nnv. 1. wltl. mnn im .,.
- -r . , M.VVV lull. BG"
cral merchandise, 9 mulea, 31 horses.
rt Monday, Nov. 27.
Stmr. Lprinn. rjuwni fni TrminnnVn.
kal and Olowalu nt 3 d. m.
Stmr. Wnlalcnle, Orcon, for Kapaa
at i p. m.
Tuesday, Nov. 28.
flfmp. Atntnlll n.wlnlf 4i irnm.U
Halawa, Pclekunti, Pukoo, Wnllau and
Knlaupapa at 10 n. m.
Stmr. Klnau, Freeman, for Molokal,
Maul nnd Hawaii nt 12 m.
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
S. S. Australia, Houdletto, for Son
Francisco, nt 4 p. m.,
Stmr. W. II Unit Tlinmnonn tnw TvT
wlllwlll, Koloa, Elcelo and Hannpopo,
at S p. m.
Stmr. Clntldlnn. nnmnrnn. fnp Mm. I
ports, at 5 p. rn.
For Maul and Unroll norla nor iimr
KinaU. NOV. 2S. RnV. n. TT. TnmVlna
Miss K. M. T.nn A. tfnraviti A HI 171 (tin'
J. Schulmolstcr, A. Toogood, Frank
Roso, Mrs. M. Hooplo, J. N. Henry, J.
E. MetCnlf. Oeo. II. Ttnrmrtnnn T Tr
Gibson, II. B. Gehr, Miss Winter, C. L.
Clement, M. F. Russell, Father Oliver,
Fa thcr Maximo, Mrs. P. Woods, J. M.
Kaneakua nnd wife, Mrs. Kahokuluna,
Mrs. C. B. Willis, J. J. Dulntjer nnd
child, Mrs. J. Scrlvcn, W. C. Rcavls,
Rev. Mr. Desha, Chas. Notley, Mrs. H.
S. Townsend, D. H. Hitchcock nnd chil
dren, Mrs. E. W. culler and daughter,
J. G. Scarrno. Robert Fuller. TO. Pnrlrnr
C. Ah Chong. Mr. Wlchman. D. H.
Hitchcock. Jr.. C. Knlnrtr. S Wnlmn
John Cullen, J. II. Barnabco, A. P. Boi
ler. Jr.. J. M. Smith. Tlnv. .T. KnVlnl
C. Alfone. Tnl Lone. R. W. Atkinson.
r. Pcarce, Mrs. Chas. Notley, Jr., Miss
Klml Matsu, F. W. Kohl, J. Sllngor
land, W. Johnson, W. E. Reavis, D. H.
Knhaudello nnd wife, J. Plau, W. S.
ixon, J. B. H. Pierce, M. Komorsky,
A. A. Braymer, R. D. Mjoler, A. S.
Rlfllo nnd children, Mrs. J. VIcrrn, A.
C. Paulsmclr. C. C. Oulnn.
M. B. C. MATTERS.
At the recent meetlne of the Mvrtl
Boat Club It was decided to enter Into the
three years' compact with either or both
nf thp ntlir rlnha ne 4h mm ml,.l.t Um
It was also decided that no limit be plced
on the shell for the senior crew. This
action was taken on account of the fact
Hint till- Mvrtlf lviVC hm n Pn lir.rc cl,1l
which they are perfectly satisfied with.
To purchase a new shell would mean the
expenditure of a lot of money. There
would hr nn nlilci-t In nr,lrlncr o n,.,
shell from Eneland.
It was further decided that the lunlor
mcec h rnvi1 In thf. nrlplnnt AiufMllin
Delicious nlmond macaroons, choco
late cclalrcs nnd cream mernngues
fresh every morning nt tho Now Eng
land Bakery. 24 Hotol street.
The First Battalion, First Reclment.wlll
assemble under arms, at the Drill Shed.
at 7 o'clock THIS EVENING, for Battal
ion Parade and Drill.
By order of MAJOR ZIEGLER.
Firm Mince, Cranberry,
Squash and Lemon Pies.
Pla:e your orders for delivery early.
Telephone 282. Nuuanu Street.
Olives, Spiced Figs, Tomatoes
Boiled Salmon en Mayonalse,
Saute of Mallard Duck with Olives,
Banana Fritters on Rhum.
Mashed and Steamed Potatoes,
Asparagus, French Peas.
Roast Turkey stuffed with Chestnuts
Roast Sucking Pig Apple Sauce.
New Eneland Plum
Crushed Strawberry Ice
Nuts, Raisins, Fruits,
A regular quarterly meeting- of the Bar
Association or the Hawaiian Islands will
he held In Pu'i rVutrt num nf 4l. l...tt
clary BuIlditiB at 4 p. m. on Wednesday,
November, 29, 1899.
A A. WILDER.
Tllil ctnrpc nf 11... ..Hj.raliHt ...til u.
..... ,.w.., ulc unuldlKI'CU will uc
Closed nn Tlitircli., Ktmrttmt.A Mi.
(Thanksgiving). Customers are request
ed to place their orders as early as possible
H MAY & CO.,
t LEWIS & CO.!
'389-2t CHAS. HUSTACE.
Hawaiian Rifle Association
The Annual Meetlnp- vf tin. m.m.
beis oft lie above Aswl.itmn will h l,.i,i,f
the Hawaiian Hotel on Wednesday Nov. 29
at 7:30 p. m., for the transaction of general
business and election of officer in
for the ensuing year. A full attendance of
members and others Intetested in target
snooting is requested.
H. C. OVENDEN,
389-jt . Secretary.
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 29
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At the residence of Mr. P. M. Lucas,
Hotel SL.ODposlte the Hawaiian HnM. I
will sell at public auction the household fur
niture, consisting In part of Parlor Chairs,
Pictures, Wall Brackets, iHanglng Lamps,
Bedroom Sets, Chiffonier, Nets, Lounge,
Child's Crib, Oat Extension Table and
Dining Chairs, Dishes, Crockery, Glass
ware, Stove. Meat Safe. Kitchen Utn!lk
Tables and Chairs, Filter, Palms, Fems
JAMES P. MORGAN,
Pacific Import (
Special Curtain Sale!
We call attention that we
the newest APPLIQUE CURTAINS direct from the
manufacturers. Better values will never he nffprod nin
NOW is the time to make your
JO pair Applique Curtains at $4.50 pair, regular value $ 6.00
24 ". " r " "
24 " "- ",- -"
18 " "' ' V" "
12 " " " " 9.50 "
12 10.00 "
Bv steamer Australia we
Ladies' Neckwear, Ladies' Fine
stock of Ribbons, Dress. Skirts,
SWe received the largest
KERCHIEFS ever imported here. Wnfrh m.r ,: ."
play from now on.
PACIFIC IMPORT CO.
33 Queen Street
ADMINISTRATORS SALB OP HEAL
Notlco Is heroby given that under
and In pursuance of nn order issued
out of the Circuit Court of tho First
Circuit, In tho Estate of A. K. Sylya.
deceased, I am directed by J. p. Men
donca, Administrator of said Estate, In
pursuanco of such order, to soil at pub
ilo auction to tho highest bidder for
cash on Saturday, tho 2nd day of De
cember, 1899 ,at 12 o'clock noon of
tUat (lftV. nt. tnV artlAarnnm am f...
street, In tho city of Honolulu, all the
bui, uud ana interest or tho said A.
K .SvlVn. (lprrnflorl nt In nn.l tn nil .v.
An unuiviucd half Interest in and to
that certain piece of land sltuato at
AUWalollmil. Ilnnnlnlii rtot... -.i .1.
scrlbed as fol.ows:
Apana 1. E hoomaka ana ma ko kl
hl o pill ana 1 ka alna o Kcklno me
ko Koolo o Kekol, a moo aku 1 ka
noao mua; Hem. 23 30 Kom. 39 7-12
Knp. 1 ko Koolo o Kekol; Lull aku 82
30 Kom. 3 Kaul. 44 3-12 Kap. 1 ka lol
poallma; Hema 46 15, 37 Kap .a hull I
Itahl 1 nna mua la al; Hema C2 30. 2
Kaul. C2 Kap. e pill nna I ka alna o
1 Kaul., 10 Anana, 13 Kap.
,iA.pan,a 3; ,E h00naka ana ma ke
Kim hi. nolo ma ka aoao mua 49
Kom. 40 2-12, Kap. o ka alna o Ka
ltlno a hull a nolo ma ka Kuaauna o ka
!.i!. Hcm- 38 30 Kom- 44 3-12, Kap. a
hlkl 1 ka alna o Paelmuat holo ma
waena ola alna Hema 72 Hlk., 1 Kaul.
hull hou kahl I hoomakaal.
69 Anann, 23 Kapual.
And being Apanas land 3 of the
promises described In II .P. 0G41. L. O
A. 008. a
There In n wnnrlon httii.tin ,.., .i..
abovo premises and a half interest In
aiicu ouuoing win uo sold with them.
1 aixaia vjAatl. u. a. GOLD COIN.
Dccd8 at thn nnpnen nf TmrAhnBA.
nnd SalO Sllblcct 1n rnnHi-mnllnn h.
tho Circuit Court of tho First Circuit.
or lurtner particulars apply to Ce
cil Brown .Attorney for Administrator.
uuicu, nonoiuiu.NOvember 4th, 1899.
received a larov rnnmont nf
received l-he n.ct nmu:.. .-
Muslin 1 ind, .. n.
and many other novelties.
and finest tn.ir uMn