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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU H. I., FRIDAY, DECEMBER I, 1899.
COL.W. A. THOMPSON'S
TuesJiy. Nov. 2S...GIROFLE GIROI-LA1, Saturday Matinee, Dec. 2. ...MARTHA
Comic. L , Romantic and Comic.
. , .. Saturday Night, Dec. ?
ThursJay, Nov. 30 .THE MERRY WAR
...CHIMES OF NORMANDY (Comic) Big Military Comic Opera Production.
In order to build our new store we are about to tear down the old
building and we have a lot of things that must be sold as we have not got
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 n'andard BICYCLE
LAMPS. Theve are I Ight things but they take up a good deal of room.
Here is the list:
Chester Lamps $ .00 each
Atwood Swinging Lamps i.,o "
It inner Lamps j.co "
M. & V. Limps 2.00 "
Se.inh Light Oil Lamps 3.50 "
Search Light Gas Lamp 4.50 "
Solar Gas Lamps 3.50 "
We are not overstocked on any of these so you w HI have to call early
to get your pick-. We have a lot of bike sundries which we are going to
sell out at s.ime low rates. Your chance to buy standard goods at cost
will only last while our preent stock lasts, call early.
When you wish to rent a bicycle remember that weent COLUMBIA
CHAlNLIiSS whesls, the easiest and cleanest wheel on eirth to ride.
E. 0. HALL&lON, Ltd,
Cor. IFort and Kins Sts.
it 11 kil. fiiiu
U Aiuiiu. ijuntjuuuii ui
The Best Hawaiian Souvenir
-FOR SALE AT THE-
Opening with Fletcher's Laughable
The Australian Operatic and Ballad
Tile Great Comedv Team.
'I HE MUSICAL FLETCHERS,
In Their Original Comedy Musical Act.
The World-Famous Ventriloquist,
J. W. WINTON.
A Dash of Sunshine,
n Litest Coon Songs.
The Greatest Act of Its Kind Ever
' Seen Here,
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 tnd
r-amlly Alatlnee every Saturday, at
2:30 p. m
:neral Admission, ssc and snc.
Last six rows for children under 13 jears, 10c.
Reserved Chairs, 50c.
Seats can be booked by ringing up Telephone sw.
. Th r Ri 11 1
The Bulletin can satisfy
all your WANTS. It has
i established a WANT
t. COLUMN J
, AND G17T IX-
Tin; Paoa Wagon !
, v reaper Than Dirt
OAHU . ; .
vf tt :: n.v n ill
'HhliiBtoii, Nov. IS. Tito Xavy De
partment litis given out an account of
tlio eoii8pIcuotiH gallantry of Unslgn W.
It. Gherardl In tho recent terrific hur
rlcnno which swept ueross Porto Itleo.
Tho Rtnteincut forwarded to tho de
partment uhows that when tho storm
wns at Its height Ensign Ghcrnnll and
H. J. Jlmlncs, civil engineer, rnn nlong
the bench to tho point whero tho ship
ping was dragging anchors through tho
tetrlflc forco of tho wind. Tho schoon
er Conception, loaded with 150 emi
grants from Ban Domingo, and tho
steamer Vlsnsco wero in great distress.
Somo of tho pnsscngeis wero Jumping
overboard. Tho statement goes on ns
"Ghcrnrdl at onco plunged Into tho
water with his clothes on nnd began
dragging tho unfortunato ones from tho
water nnd bringing them to tho shore.
Ho ordered thoso on board to throw a
llfollno to tho shore, so as to mako fast,
but they wero so terrified that they
wero unablo to do anything but Jump
Into tho water, whcio they wero taken
out by Gherardl nnd Jlmlncs nnd
brought to tho shore. Thero'wcro from
four to six people, women nnd children,
who did not daro to Jump Into tho wa
ter. They wero told to Uo so, but re
mained whero they wero nnd wero un
doubtedly lost, ns tho schooner went to
pieces. Tho rescued number nearly
100. Tho steamer vlsasco was then
battling with tho waves a fow hundred
yards off. Gherardl called for n llfo
llno, nnd, forming a party of rescuers
in a line, Joining hands extending out
into tho water, himself at tho head. Ho
soon had hold of tho line, and, bringing
It to tho shore, fastened tho end se
curely to n neighboring tree. Tho
crew climbed down nnd along tho lino
nnd wero safely landed."
Mr. Four Miles of Bridgeport, Conn.,
hns mnde application to tho court to
havo his namo changed to Frank Mil
ler, on tho ground that his present ap
pellation Is frequently used to hold
him up to ridicule. His father had flvo
children, nil boys, and Instead of giv
ing them ordlnnry Christian names ho
called them by tho first flvo numerals.
Ono and Three Miles havo nlrcady had
their names changed by tho courts;
Two Miles seems to bo satisfied with
his unlquo cognomen, and Flvo Miles
cannot tako a now namo until he shall
havo becomo of nge.
A St. Louis woman has Just received
a letter which was mailed on July 10,
1889, and which has been traveling
around tho country ever since. During
tho decado of Its wanderings tho writer
died, and tho adresseo married and bo
came tho mother of two children. Tho
letter originally contained a money or
der for 2; but this tho Post Offlco offi
cials abstracted, becauso it had become
outlawed. Uporrtho presentation of
tho mlssivo to tho proper authorities,
howovcr, tho claim of tho recipient was
allowed, and tho 2 was paid,
Wi32'''-'" '' '" tilll hi tnurltJ allfttnll
' IjrCZ a limfrll inutlhn; to unit uiond inut-
tittni jo ttnii a wttl art J fo ttrit a momb, I en u tbi
ibiapttl dJurliiiit( ixr ojftriJ Ibl ftofU of llenelulu.
nOR SALE fvin Lo( nl Kallht iln feniw.
I $gj Lot atKallhl, lie "
Arr'y o WILLIAM bAVIIKiE,
No 110 To't trt.
pOK SALE $4t Lou at Kallhl, so""" ih
I (jooJ lo.:nlorn. Apply to ...
i Will 1AM SAVIDGD.
' No iiolorljltecl
P K SALC-$& House anJ Lot l Punahuu
consisting of j tJ room, p.tlor, Jlnlnitrootn
kltclwn, etc. Site ot lot xm. A bueiln.
No J10 1 oil strwt.
COR SALL'-Furnlture anJGooJnlll ol J loJelng
house iltuatcJ In the hurt ol tnn. Aprlytn
IMP. IQ I OTI sue ei
PR SALn-UullJInc Lots t K.IIM, l llJ and
prices, tor cash or on easy terms. Apply to
No,, no Fort street.
R SALE-A tew choice BullJIne Sites sltuateJ
In Manoa Valley; unexcelled view Apply to
PR SALU-On WalklUI Road, near the teslJence
o( Geo. Manson, Li., desirable house of 5
rooms and bath; Rood fruit trees: nice grounds,
100x100. Or will enchanne lor lots In I'unahou. I or
further particulars arr'y to GEAR, LANSING & CO.
PR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF" THE
CITY. nyJ.M.VlVAS. i)8j
COW SALE-UEAUTirUL HOME IN NUUANU
r VALLEY. Address llox ji, I. O. !.
PR SALE A new COTTAGE of eleht rooms and
bath, grounds nicely laid out, stable and out
houses. , ,
One lot 7! x i; water laid on; ornamental trees,
etc One corner lot, 7j x us ,
All on Colleee street. Tor further particulars
apply to W M. CUNNINGHAM, at the I avorlte
PS SALE-One u-lnch Y TITTINO, with flanges
complete; flanges are tapped for n-lnch well
casing; a desirable Biting for Irrigating rlpes, J.
E.MMXLUTH & CO.. King M H4i .
EMPLOYMENT WANTED by a good Japanese
Cook having long experience. Address OKA,
P. O. POX H?4. Ml8
COMPETENT GERMAN GIRL WANTLD for
general houork and care of children. Reler
ences required. Apply O, M llulletln oBice 1160
11MNTED 500 Men to get shaved for tjC (white
W barbers). II. JEITS. 610H Tort street, opp.
Club Stables iitwlf
At niiawnOMINO HOUSE. Fort St. Best
rooms and attendance In city. M) .
Card of Thanks.
.Mrs. C. P Bush and family extend
their heartfelt thanks to friends and the
Masonic Fraternity for the many kind re
membrances receive on the occasion of the
death of H. F. Poor.
Card of Thanks.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Marshal and family
and Miss Dora Hopp take this opportunity
to express gratitude to many Jfriends and
members of the Central Union choir for
thoughtful assistance given during their
The Annual Meeting of the KAHUKU
PLANTATION CO., will be held In the
room of the Chamber of Commerce on
SATURDAY MORNING, December 2, at
10 o'clock, to listen to the Reports of the
Treasurer and Manager, and for the Elect
tlon of Officers. W. W. HALL,
i jo fit Secretary.
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
On tho premises occupied as tho
Base Ball Grounds
At Makikl, corner I'llkoi and I.unnllllo
l)y order of tho Doard of Directors of
tho Baseball Association I will sell nt
SATUItDAY. DECEMBER 2d.
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
To tho highest bidder, all tho fencing
surrounding tho Baseball Grounds, to
gether with tho buildings thereon; al
so nil Chairs and Other Appurtenances
as may bo tho property of tho Associa
tion now on tho premises.
finNniTIONS OF SALE: Articles
purchased must bo removed beforo
TERMS: Cash In U. S. gold coin
upon tho fall ot tho hammer.
Approximately thcro is In the grand
stand 49.300 feet Rough Lumber nnd
G.332 feet Tonguo and Grooved, about
28.5C0 feet Rough Lumber ana 4,4 lb
feet Tonguo and Grooved Lumber In
For additional particulars sco
Will E. Fisher,
1 he school children will be
pleased to know that King
Bros, expect a large consign
ment of water color boxes, in
all sizes, from ioc to $1.2 $ per
set, which will enable them to
carry on their studies;in paint
ing KING BROS.' ART STORE,
110 Hotel street.
For additional Shipping News see stventh paga
Weather Bureau, Puliation, Dec. 1.
Temperature Morning minimum,
(i3, Mlildny mnxtmum, 81.
Barometer at 9 a in 30.01. Tailing.
Dow Point til V
Humidity nt 9 n. m. 72 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Dec. 1.
- Wdither rlcnr, wind light N.
Thursday, Nov. SO.
Slmr .Innies Malice, Tullottt, from
Stmr. Walalcalc, Greene, from Elcelc.
Stmr. Iwnlant, Gregory, from Koloa:
:i,!)"0 sacks sugar to II. llackfcld & Co.
U. 8. A. T. St. Paul, Hays, 10 days
from S.m rrnnclsco, with troops for
Stmr. Nocnu, Wyraan, from Honokaa,
with 10 pkgs sundries.
Stmr. .Malum Lnn, Slmerson, from
Lahalnn with passengers and C721 bgs
sugar, 1,071 bgs coffer, 32 head cattle,
107 bunches biiniiiuts. 32 bills tobacco.
29 bills hides, 35 hogs, 173 sks nwa, 45C
S. S. Obcrgeldlo, Murry, from Yoko
hama, Nov. 17, with OSS Japanese nnd
100 tons general merchandise.
Am. bark Mohican, Kclley, from San
rrnnclHcd, October 31, with 1800 tons
genl. merchandise, for Castle & Cooke,
ami olio hogs.
Am. Rtn. W. II. DImond, Wilson,
from San Francisco, November 8, with
S00 tons genl. merchandise, for W. G.
Irwin & Co., 24 horses, C mules and 8
Thursday, Nov. 30.
t S. A. T. Lennov, Williamson, for
U. S. A. T. Senator, Patterson, for
II. S. AJ T. Ben Mohr, Wallace, for
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr. Wnlnlealo, Green, for Kapua at
1 o'clock. '
Stmr. Kllohniui, Brtihn, for Koloa
nt 4 o'clock.
Stmr. Nllhau, Thompson, for Lnha
Ina anil Knnnnpall nt I o'clock.
Stmr. Mokolll, Dudolt, for Knunaka
knl. Knmalo and Ilonoltia at 4 o'clock.
Stmr. Lchnu.Dowo r, for Kaunakakal
nt r o'clock,
From Hawaii nnd Maul ports, per
stmr, Mauna Lon, Dec. 1. -Dr. C. A.
Peterson, T. Andrade, A. Weill, Mrs. L.
D. Allen, Mies Haunlgan, Miss A.
Clnrk, Ah Chong, Lot Iiroo, P. M. Ma
lninl, W. Thomnson. J. Radwnv. Mr.
Nowsukl, C. Ahtmn, Mrs. J. Cooper, S.
C. BIddoll, J. Sucbnyama, Mr. Willis,
W. Fcrnndez, M. .1. SUva, J. W. Stad
ler. W. E. N. Wilght.
From San Francisco, ner bark Mohi
can, Dec. 1. J. N. Lawson, C. H. Eve
rett. From Stm Francisco, ner bktn. W. IL
DImond, Dec. 1. P. M. Gill, II. C. WI1
Bcy, G. C. II. Hill.
PARKER In this city, December 1st,
io mo wiro tic iioiiert Parker, Jr., n
Viewing tho Dower arch in New
York from tho north, ono of tho most
prominent things In sight Is tho hugo
advertisement of ono of Gotham's de
partment stores, which looms up boldly
In tho background. Of tho C0.000 vlowa
of tho arch which would havo been
tnken by professional nnd amateur
photographers It Is fair to nssumo that
ntiir, or 25,000, wero snnpped from tho
north; nnd each of these nlcturcs ne
cessarily contnlns tho "ad" of tho de
partment store. "If this Isn't down
right clover nnd Ingenious advertis
ing," observed tho Now York Press,
"thero nio no prophets In Gllgal."
Geographical sUitlstlcs show that
fifty-two volcanic islands havo risen
out of tho sea slnco tho beginning of
mo century. Nineteen o Ithat number
havo slnco disappeared, and ten nro
The Bulletin classifies its ads. Re
suit small advertisers get a square
Sunday, September 17, 1800.
ID I 3ST 3ST E R, :
Ct on in of Sago
I lolled M allot HollandalHU Suico
Egg Currlo and RIcu,
, Macorlado of llralim
Chicken, Drown Gravy
Log of Lamb, Piquant Sacco
Boiled Potatoes Boiled Rico
rUIIIU.Vtl AMI 1'ABTHY.
Miner and Greon Applo PIo
Tapioca Pudding Assorted Cakos
Nuts Italslns Bananas Orange
Lemon Ico Cream
Tea Cottbo Iced Tea
Cafo open at all hours.
iWDlnnor from 6 to 8 p. n., 50 conts.
Subscribers to tbc BUL
LETIN not receiving their pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying tbi busi
ness Office, Telephone 256.
Tift Homo Baler? Cafc
The Undersigned Hackdrlvers of the
Hawaiian Hotel hackstand have ch.mged
their telephone number to 191. Trusting
wc shall receive the patronage of our old
customers, we shall do nil In our power to
merit their approval
135. 174. 182, 171, 58,
50, 06, 179, jo, 172,
Election 0? Officers.
At the annual meeting of tho stock
holder of tho Pioneer MIU'Co., Ltd.,
held November 29th, 1899, tho follow
ing officers wero elected to servo dur
ing the ensuing year:
Paul Is6nbrrg President
J. F. Blackwell ....Vice President
H. A. Isenberg Treasurer
Ed. Suhr Secretary
W. Pfotcnhnucr Auditor
The abovo named officers, excent tho
Auditor nnd II. Fockc. F. W. Macfar
lano nnd J. A. McCandlcss will consti
tute tho Hoard or. Directors.
OF HAWAII, LTD.
Incorporated Under tho Laws of tho
Authorized Capital, $1,000,000
Subscribed Capital, 750,000
Paid Up Capital 500,00o
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
Cecil Brown President
B. F. Dillingham Vice-President
W. G. Cooper Cashier
E. M. Boyd ......Secretary
G. F. McLcod Auditor
Directors Cecil Brown, B. F. Dill
ingham, Mark P. Robinson, Bruco
Cartwrlght and Q. W. Macfarlane.
DRAW EXCHANGE ON:
San Francisco Tho Anglo-Cnllfor-nla
Chicago Tho Merchants Loan nnd
New York J. & W. Sellgman & Com
pany. Loudon Tho Anglo-Cnllfornia
Paris Socletlo Genorale.
Hamburg M. M. Warburg & Com
pany. Ilonirknnfr nml V.lri.n.n hm.
Chartered Bank of Indln, Australia
AUStrnlln Tim ITnlnn Tlmilr ,f A..o
Canada Bank of Montreal.
Berlin Gcrbrutler Meyer.
Exchange? hmifvht nn.l ..r.1.1 I ...
Credit Klllrrl nn all ni..o -t n.'
Pacific Import Co.4
Special Curtain Sale!
We call atnHnn thnf -ma
-- " . .tw H.1.WYCU a ugc iiiiuiiiciu ui
the newest APPLIQUE CURTAINS direct from the
tnlnilf'ipfnrarc DsU. ..-I -n , . . ..
Ma-iti . yAUCb WMl never De oiterea- again.
NOW is the time to make your selection :
50 pair Applique Curtains at $4.50 pair, regular value $ 6.G
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
3We received the hrtrcmt
KERCHIEFS ever imported here. Watch our window dis-
pmjf iiuiii UUW Ull.
PACIFIC IMPORT CO.
33 Queen Street
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL
Notlco Is hereby given that under
nml in pursuance of nn order issued
out of thn nirritlf Pmiff nt u. to, ..
Circuit, In tho Estate of A. K. Sylva,
deceased, I am directed by J. P. Men
doncn, Administrator of said Estate, In
pursunnco of such order, to sell at pub-
.,ii uutuuii 10 ino nigncst bidder for
cash on Saturday, tho 2nd day ot Do
cemher, 1899 ,at 12 o'clock noon ot
that dny, at my salesroom on Qncen
sfrue1t,.,,n. th0 clty ot Honolulu, nit the
J'Sht, tltlo nnd Interest of tho said A.
K .Sylva, deceased, of, In and to olltho
An undivided half interest In and to
Vlnt certain pleco of land situate nt
Auwalollmu,' Honolulu, Oahu, nnd de
scribed as follows:
i,iAa.H?i B,h?oma,A ana ma ko kl-
l o pill nna i ka alna o Keklno mo l
ko Koelo o Kckol, a moo nku 1 Jm
ffiH? .nYmVH;m' 23 30 Kom- 39 7-12 ,
Knp. 1 ko Koolo o Kckol; Lull nku 62
30 Kom. 3 Kaul. 41 3-12 Kap.lta.ol
poallmn; Hema 40 15, 37 Knp .a hull 1 .
.,n?,mua la'n! Hcraa C2 30, 2
Kaul. C2 Kap. 0 pill aim 1 ka alna o
1 Kaul., 10 Annua, 13 Knp.
i,iA.pninn 3 ,B hoomnka a ma ke
Kiiii III. holo ina ka aoao mua 49
h0m ,4C,.2"12' Knp- 1n n'" o Ka-
klno a hull a holo ma ka Kuaauna o ka
0 1 ; Hem. 38 30 Kom. 44 3-12, Kap. n
hlkl I ka nlna o Pnclmuat holo ma-
waena ola nlna Hema 72 Hlk., 1 Kaul.
hull hou knhl 1 hoomakaal. ,
CO Anann, 23 Knpual. , I
And being Apanas 1 and 3 of the!
premises described In R .p. C611, L. C:
A. COS. 1
Thcro Is a wooden building upon tho
abovo premises and n half interest in
such building will bo sold with them
TERMS CASH. U. S. GOLD COIN?
Dpeiln nt tlm nvnnnon nr ....-!
nnd salo subject to conllrmatlon by
mu utua vouri oi 1110 1-irst Circuit,
cil Brown .Attorney for Administrator.
ixiiiu, uuuuiuiu.INOYcmDCr 4ln, 183.
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