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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU U. I, 9ATUUDAY, DKOEMBEU 2, 1899.
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HAWAIIAN OPERA HOtTSE.j
COL.W. A. THOMPSON'S
Tuesday, N'o. 2S...UKOFI E GIKOH A '.Saturday Mntlner. Dec. 2. ...MARTHA
Comic. Romantic and Comic.
r. j m Saturday Night, Dec. .-
Thursday, Nov. jo 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 wc need for our large stock.
To start with we are going to offer a fine line of s'andard BICYCLE
LAMPS. These are Light thing-! but they take up n good deal of room.
Here l the list:
Chester Lamps 5 ,;oeach
Atwood Swinging Lamps i.,o "
Manner Lamps : 2.00 "
M. & W. Lamps 2.00 "
Search Light Oil Lamps 3.50 "
Search Light Gas Lamps 4.50 "
Solar Gas Lamps 5 3 50 "
We are not overstocked on any of lhee so you will have to call early
to j;et 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
CHAlNLESS whe:ls, the easiest and cleanest wheel on cirth to ride.
E. 0. HALL&lON, Ltd,
Oor. ITort and Kins Sts.
Columbia And Rambler Agontsi
" Aloha Collection of
The Best Hawaiian Souvenir
-FOR SALE AT THE-
HAWAIIAN BAZAAR, MASONIC TEMPLE.
Cornenllotel and Makea Street.
Opening with Fletcher's Laughable
"CHINESE SERVANTS." -
MISS MARION and
The Australian Operatic and Ballad
'I lie Great Corned v Team,
THE MUSICAL FLETCHERS,
n 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
In Alarvclous 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
2:30 p. m.
General Admission, jc anJ 50c.
List tix rows lor children unJer u years, 10c.
Reserved Chairs. 50c.
Seals can t bookeJ fy rinsing up Telephone 540.
. Tub Rut I ptim run siitUfv ?
all your WANTS. It has
established a WANT
JI- JeVjOucVjauaVt JWjtViaVJk
tt to Procession
AND OET IN
The Peii Wnoi !
ceaper Than Dirt
OAHU ... .
U. S. SURVEY SHIP, HIRE
The Pathfinder Arrives For Work
' In Hawaii.
Detail or the Work Tbat Will De Done
Soundings of Channels Labalna aid
HllofHarbors to Have Attention.
Arrived In tho liarliur ililtt noon
U. S. Survey ship Patiiiinilcr.
New York, Nov. 21. A special to tho
Tribune from Washington nays:
Tho Coast nnil Geodetic Survey
steamer Pathfinder has Just left San
Francisco, bound for Hawaii, where tho
work of accurately surveying and
charting tho channels and harbors will
bo prosecuted for tho noxt month or
morefl Cnptaln P. W. Perkins, in com
mand of tho expedition, accompanied
by a number of assistants from tho
hydrographle nnd other scientific divi
sions of tho department, will borfln
their work In tho harbor of llllo.
"After tho work at llllo Is complet
ed," said Professor Tillman, assistant
superintendent of tho Etirvcy, "l.ahnl
na harbor will bo surveyed. IToara ago
It was ono of tho best known harbors
of tho group, nnd reports show that 100
whaling vessels assembled at n time In
tho harbor. Do Freyolnct selected it
for his observations, bhowluf? that it
was In tho old days a considerable com
mercial and social center. Tho Path
finder was delayed for somo tlmo at
san Francisco waiting for tho arrival
of a SIgsbeo sounding machine, tho de
sign of tho captain of tho AIntno, which
Is not only used by tho vessels of tho
United States, but by Europeans ns
well for deep sea investigation. As it
was practically indlspcnsablo for work
such ns tho PatMndor has to do, she
had to -va!t for it. Many of tho chan
nels .(ween tho Island of tho group
have never been surveyed. But much
of this will bo dono boforo tho Path
finder goes to tho Aleutian islands to
begin an elaborato scries of experi
ments with wireless tolegr.aphy In loug
itudlnal determination of differences
In connection with tho work of tho
Pathfinder in HUo, I-ahaina, Honolulu
and Pearl Harbor, survoya will be mado
for landings of tho proposed Pacific
cablo and sites may bo selected with n
viow to connecting somo of tho Islauds
by means of tho Marconi system.
No shop-worn goods on the coun
ters of merchants who advertise in
' YVSrk'4'''' '" '" "I""'" ti lit U inurltJ at if tint)
, M a Ixntfttil inttrtlon: to ctnli ucond inttr-
Hani 1 "nil n'ltk an J (o ctult a mdnlb. 7 Ml It lit
tttafttl tJtrlliln( ntr ctfiriJ Hi ptofle of Honolulu.
fO LET-FRONT NOOM, fuinMicJ. only $6 a
month. Private limlly. 626 VlneyarJ street.
TO LET PurnUtiei Room. Inquire ,1 Etrniu
street, opposite Emma Squire.
THE ALOHA ROOMING IIOUSIFoil Si. Ilesl
I rooms anJ attenjance In city. tut
COK SALE-f 1000 Lot at Kallht, site 8oxiso.
1 $y$o Lot at Kallhl. l 75x150.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGL,
. Nojto I'o-t trw.
FOR SALC-$4oo Lots at Kallhl, mxno evil
(iooj location. Apply to
No jio I ortMreet.
PR SALH-Ja&w House and Lot at Pumhou
contMIng ol KJ rooms, parlor, Jlnloc room,
kitchen, etc. Slic ol lot itxnj. A bargain.
FOR SALE-On Walklkl RoaJ, near the residence
of (ieo, Manson, l.vj., deslratle Iioum! of 5
rooms anJ bttli; rooJ fruit trees; nice crounis,
100x100. Or will exenange for lot In l'unahou. !:t
further particulars apply to GEAR, LANSING & CO.
COR SALE-LANDi IN ALL PARTS OP THE
r CITY. HyJ.Ai.VVAS. i8i
POR SALE-UEAUTirUL HOME IN NUOANU
I VALLEY. AJJrexs Uox t. I' O. t)tl
pOR SALE A new COTTAGE of eluht rooms ani
' bath; grounds nicely l.ilJ out; stable anJ out
houses. One lot ?i x tit; water tali on; ornamental trees,
etc Ona corner lot, 75 X us
All on College street. Tor further particular
apply to W M. CUNNINGHAM, at the 1'avorlte
PR SALE-One u-lnch Y IITTING. lth fiances
complete; fiances are tapped for winch well
casing; a desirable tittlnc for irrigating pipes. J
hMMELUTH & CO.. nt-ir, King St. H4t
PMI'LOVAIENT WANTED by a good Japanese
" Cook hilng long experience. Address "OKA,"
P. O. Hnx 874. 1)78
COMPETENT GERMAN GIRL WANTED for
general homework and care of children. Refer
ences required Apply i. M.. Dulletln ofrlce t5i)
WANTED 500 Men to pt shaved for tjc. (while
VV t,.hr.v 11 irt:rQ t.,ni rn. ...... A
Club Stables ' tioo-lf '
Notice is hereby Riven that the sl.th
assessment of ten (10) per cent on the
capital stock of the HONOLULU RAPID
TRANSIT & LAND CO will be due and
payable to J. II. Fisher, at Bishop's &
Co.'s Bank, Honolulu, on the istdayof
December. The shares upon which any
assessment may remain unpaid alter
thirty days from said date will be declar
Secretary II. R.T.& L. Co.
Honolulu, Dec. i, 1891;. 1302-tf
Just the thing
" ran Wants but Little bere below,
Nor Wants tbat Little Long."
WHAT DO YOU WANT ?
Are you in search of anything? ")
riave you lost anytmngf
Have you found anything?
Do you WANT anything?
BSrHousekeepers, we can filhiBa
cSTyour rooms; losers of proper-"!!
oSTty, we can find it; owners
carot articles desiring to ex-"a
tSTchange them, we can do it.19a
They are for the People,
Feurti for Bark Colusu.
San Francisco, Nov. 2j. There Is some
fear among shipping men that the vessel
seen bottom up off Flatery Is the bark Co
lusa. She left Kahulul 83 days ago for
Departure 13ay and has not been heard
from since. The passage Is not an unu
sually long one, but then the Colusa had
been ashore among the Islands and had
lost her forefoot pnd was othei wise dam
aged. No repairs were made to her, but
she was sent to the Sound in ballast, and
on her arrival was to have been overhaul
ed. - The campaign against Aguinaldo
is described in On To Manila,
Small ads. in the Bulletin are not
overshadowed by bigger ones.
rui ajuiliuiiai snipping
e tlvenlh page
"Weather Dttrcau, Punahou, Dec. 2.
Tcmperaturc Morning minimum, 01;
Midday maximum, 79.
Daromcter at 9 n. m. 50.00. IMsing.
Dow Point f2 F.
Humidity nt 9 a. in. i!J per cent.
Ulnond Head Signal Station, Dec. 2.
Weather clear; wind light, N. IS.
tnturJav, Dec. 2.
Stmr Mikahala, Pederson, from N.iwlll
will, with 3410 bags Miftar, n VA bags
sugar, 16 head cattle 22 bags peanurs, 20
bags rice, 22 pkgs sandrles.
Stmr Ke An Hou, Mosher, from Ahukl
ni, with 3251; b'gs suear, 5 pkgs sundries'
Gr bk Paul Isenberg.'Kruse, from New
cnstle-on-Tyne, June 17, with 1800 tons
general merchandise for H HackfelJ &
U S A T Ohio, Hoggs, from San Fran
cisco with troops for Manila.
T K K Nlpon Maru, Allen, from San
Francisco with passengers and mall.
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr Iwalanl, Gregory, for Eleele, at
From Maul and Hawaii ports, per stmr
Kiu.iu, Dec 2 A Haslorlch, JBH Pelrce,
J Plaw. W S Dixon, R Llshman, R Ry
croft, J P Howatt, F C Lc Blond, Mrs J
R Wilscn, H K Kahal, wlfeand daughter,
J McCli ud, Airs R Calhoun, Ale Chuck,
wife nnd child, C C Oulnn, G F Little,
Miss Cn cker. .1 J Butler, Lc Gung, Mrs
Forigol, Mrs F Gill! and, Chu Kul, Jas G
Graham. Ernest Parker, Mrs CNotley Jr
and 2 children, Airs J H McKenzie, Mast
er Alurray McKenile, Jas M Collin. W H
Cornwell, Miss Plllanl Jones, Jas Wilier.
I. H Hughes, J S Low. Long Hop, A C
Paulsmler, J J AcDonald, C L Clement,
A A Gus and 72 on deck.
Prom San Krnnclsco, per T. IC K.
Nippon Marti, Dec. a. Mrs. T. E.
Krouso and daughtor, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Geo. V. Cumner and three children.
Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Decota, P. Macpher
son, W. O. Watson, Miss K. Johnson. J.
C. Fltzslmmons, Mr. and Mm. U. J. Kit
Patrick, Miss Cnthrlno Kllpatrick, ttr.
A. 11. RobltiBon, Sheldon Deacon, Mrs
Henry Deacon, Clydo Deacon, 11. A.
Pnrmalce, Mr. and Mrn. John Cargill,
A. W. Carter, Mrs. II. V. Whcolcr, I). E.
ulchards, Jos. M. OUrlcn, Ed. Green,
Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Chaso Infant and
maid, Miss Dolllo Chase, Miss Ysabel
Chase, Miss M. O. Worrall. Mr. and
Mrs. A. 13. Stewart, Mr.' and Mrs. M. F.
Lucns, Geo. Qrlfllth, Codfroy Brown,
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wlkon, Dr. and
Mrs. C. 11. Dickson and t:on. II. (jrr.lth
F. L. Llthcrland, C, E. Lo Munyon. Jna.
A. Carothcrs, Mr. and Mrs. H. B.
Chase, Miss J. M. Chaso.
The Nippon Mam arrived n day lat
er than usual, tho dolay doing caused
by her main steam plpo breaking im
mediately after leaving San Frauclfco
hnrbor. To make necessary repairs
consumed considerable time nnd then
striking very heavy weather delayed
her still longer.
As a fitting ell mux to her chapter of
accidents, thrco of her ntccrago passen
gers died on tho way nnd on arriving
outsldo of tho harbor this mornlncr. Dr.
Wood thought tho number of deahta
warreiitcd a thorough examination of
nil the Clilnesa and Japanesa on board.
Evcryhting wa sfound to bo all right
and tho Clilneso who died were old ivcn
in tho hist stages of connumptlon.
After two hours tho Nippon Maru
was allowed to enter tho harbor but
could not dock, ovcry berth In tho har
bor being, occupied. Iloom will bo
found for iier somo tlmo this afternoon.
The Nippon Maru sails for China nnd
.Inpnn nt 1 o'clock Sunday afternoon.
Treaties Ready to Sign.
Washington, Nov. 23. Two treaties
for tho Duel partition of tho Samoan Is
lands havo been drawn and ono oj them
nlrendy has been signed. Tho main
treaty is trilateral in character between
tho United States, Great Britain and
Germany, by which tho terrltarlal ar
rangement of tho islands Is fixed. Tho
present expectation Is that this treaty
wll bo .signed in Washington, in which
caso Secretary Hay nnd Embassadors
Paunccfoto nnd Von Hollonben wll bo
tho signatory parties, although it is
still possible that tho execution of tho
document may occur in London.
Tho second treaty Is between Great
Britain and Germany and la longer
than tho first, covering tho rights and
interests in Tonga nnd Solomon Islands
and other settlements brought about
by tho Samoan partition. Tho United
States doo not sign this treaty nnd is
only Indifferently conccrnd.
Sympathy lor Dewey,
Washington. Nov . 23. Lieutenant
Crawford today gavo out tho following
statement on behalf of tho Admiral:
"Admiral Dowey has recolvod many
hundreds of letters and tolcgruiM from
persons in all walks of llfo, nnd in
every section of tho country, from
Mnlno to Texas, assuring him that ho
Is not without defenders, and express
ing their slncero sympathy with him In
connection with tho recent attacks up
on him. Theso letters and telegrams
nro far to numerous to rccolvo person
al acknowledgement, but tho Admiral
Is deeply grateful to tho sendors, nud
desires to assuro them of his hearty ap
preciation of their kind consideration
On To Manila devotes an inter
jsting chapter to the reception of
1 American troops in Honolulu.
-33 Queen Stree
Dipl Sugar Stock
On WEDNESDAY,' Dec. 18,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 33 Queen street, Ho
nolulu, I will sell at Puullc Auction, by
order of Mr. Frank Hnstace, Treasurer
of tho Kamnlo Sugar Co., tho following
certificates of stock In tho Knmalo Su
gar Co., unless the dfclliiiitiont uescss
ment, with Interest thereon. Is paid be
fore the day of sale-
237. . . .
Pacific Import Co.
Special Curtain Sale!
We call attention that we
the newest APPLIQUE
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- 6.0(
By steamer Australia we received the newest novelties in
Ladies' Neckwear, Ladies' Fine Muslin Underwear, a complete
stock of Kibbons, Dress bkirts,
EWe received the largest and finest stock of HAND
KERCHIEFS ever imported here. Watch our window dis
play from now on.
660. . .
,Mukcc Island Concert.
Prof, llergcr has nrrangetl tho follow
ing selections for tho concert on Malteo
Island Sunday nfternoon:
"Tho Old Hundred."
Overture "Italian In Algler" ....
tlallad "Good Night" Kuckcn
Gavotte "llrcmen" strinmnn
Grand Selection "I Martlrl"
Selection "Potpourri" .... Lambelct
Intermezzo "Cavallcria Itustlcnna"
Funtnsln "In tho Chapel"
Finale "II Trovntoro" Verdi
"Tho Star Spangled Ilnnncr."
Our artist, Mr. W. Y. Itow,
is now engaged on a commis
sion to color 300 Lantern Slides
of Hawaiian subjects. These
slides, when completed, will
comprise nearly everything of
interest that Hawaii has to
show, and will form a very
HO Hotel street
Tho uso of tho Singer lnlnllllons of
homes shows tho unprecedented suc
cess of theso Ideal sowing machines.
It Is convincing proof that tho Singer
excels in all kinds of family sowing
and art nccdlo work. All our sowing
machines aro of tho best construction,
beautifully decorated, and aro mounted. V.
on Bleccted woods in finely finished T
cabinets of artistic designs. 13. Ber
gcrscn, agent, 16' Dcthcl street
received a Iaro-e shmmpnr nf
CURTAINS direct from the
and many other novelties.