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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU EL I, MONDAY, DUJOBtfBEU 4, 1899.
HAWAIIAN Q ? 3S IR..A. HOUSE,
!"& 4 Vim If if inurtlonl to ttnlt uefltid inur-
Hon; fo tni a u ttk and o antl a moiilb. 7 Ml it lit
cbttftil Jt'rliitf tvtr bfftred IblfiofJi of Honolulu.
URITIM1 AND ACCOUNTINC1 DONE accurate.
W ly: noJeratt rates. MR. MUM, care People a
Eprei Co; or Central Delivery, I' O ugi-lf
Conk havlne lone experience. Aadrets Jin.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED by
L Cnnk havlne lone experience.
OMPETrNT GERMAN GIRL WANTED (or
v- eeeral homework and care ol children. Reler-
ence regulreJ Apply O. M Bulleiln oilKe 1W
Hot avUitionai M)ipjnff rMt w eavcntrt paxa
Wonthcr Hureau, Punahou, Dec. 4.
Tempcrnturo Morning minimum,
C7j Mlildny maximum, 80.
Barometer nt 0 n. m. 30.06. Illslng.
Dow Point CO P.
Humidity nt 9 n. hi. CO per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Dec.
4. Weather clear; wind light N.
ANTED joo Men to ret shaved for tjc.
" fcaroera). n. Jtirs
Tuesdav, Decs CAVALL1ER RUS-1 Saturday Matlne;, Dec. 9.
1 TICA (Grand) and TRIAL BY I , M. ,. mlC'
it idv V-i,. Snturdnv Nleht. Dec. 1 .,
ThiiKH.. rV. 7... .'..BOHEMIAN GIRL Comic.
(By Request). Romantic.
Great Bicycle Lamp Sale.
In order to build our new store we are about to tear down the old
building and c have a lot of things that must be sold.as we have not got
half the room In our temporary quarters hat we need for our large stock.
To start with we arc 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 -9 aJh
Atwood Swinging Lamps ' "
Banner Lamps 2
M. & W. Lamps , v 2.00 '
Search Light OH Lamps 3.5
Search Light Gas Lamps 4.5 "
Solar Gas Lamps 3 5
We are not overstocked on any of these so you will have to call early
to get your pick. We have .1 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 prestnt stock lasts, call early.
When you wish to rent a bicycle remember that we rent COLUMBIA
CHAINLESS wheels, the easiest and cleanest wheel on crth to ride.
6i?)i Fort ttreet, opp.
COR SALE Gool Ml klne Cowt and Helferf,
to Af A.
also remit horses, nillk waeont and. milk
COR. SALE $1000 Lot at Katlhl, site 80x150
r $.io Lot at Kallhl, site nxijo.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGEl
No tin Pot street.
FOR SALE $400 Lots at Kallhl, jotioo each.
Good locations. Apply to
No )it) Fort street.
PR SALE $j8no House and Lot at Punahou
consisting ol ) bed rooms, parlor, dlnlne room.
kMchen, etc. Slieof tot'txti. Abarealn
No. no Foil tlrcct.
PR SALE On Walklkl Road, near the reslJence
o( Geo. Manson, Esq , desirable house ol 5
rooms and bath: good (rait trees; nice erounds,
100x100. Or will etcnanre lor lots In Punahou. Ft
(urther particulars apply to GEAR. LANSING & CO.
COR SALE-LAND IN ALL PARTS OF TUB
1 CITY. DyJ.M.VVAS.
COR SALE-BEAUTIFUL HOME IN NUUANU
r VALLEY. AJJren Hox 11), P O im
COR SALE A new COTTAGE of elrht rooms and
1 bath; crounii nicely laid out, stable and out
houses. One lot 7 x t: water laid on; ornamental trees,
etc One comer lot, 75 J us
All on Colleee street. Tor (urther particulars
apply to W. M. CUNNINGHAM, at the Favorite
COR SALE-One is-lnch Y TITTINC. with (lances
7 a 91 m tt mm am a vwbj
Oor. ITort and Kinc Sts.
Columbia find Rambler Aprouta.
ma 1 hi 1 il
1 ""n "" .
Grand Cnke-Walk Contest
All This Week.
Applications made at the Box Office.
Opening with the Laughable 'Comedy,
Including the Grand Cake-walk Contest.
Last Three Nights In Honolulu of
MISSES MARION and
The Australian Operatic and Ballad
Last Three Nights
The World-Fnmous Ventriloquist,
J. W WINTON.
A Dash of Sunshine,
In Latest Coon Songs.
In Exhibition Cake-Walk.
The Greatest Act of Its Kind Ever
In Marvels Peats of Daring In
Last Three Nights of the Charming
M1NDELL FERN DREYFUSS.
In Her Original Muslctl Sketch,
"A PRIVATE REHEARSAL,"
Introducing Her Latest Songs and Dances.
The Clever Eccentric Comedian
MUSICAL FLETCHER. ,
In His Original Sketch, "The Dutch Po-
llcemin' Assisted by His Daughter
MISS EDITH FLETCHER.
Change of Program Mondays and
Family Matinee every Saturday, at
2:30 p. m.
General Admission, 15c and joe.
Last six rows for children under is eari, 10c,
Reserved Chairs. 50c.
Seats can be booked by rlnglne up Telephone 5o
natures are tapped lor n-lnch well
f. a desirable ottins; for Irrlratlng pipes. J
TO LET-FRONT ROOM, furnished, only $3
1 month. Private family. 616 Vineyard street.
TO LET Furnished Ronm. Inquire jj Emma
street, opposite Emma Square.
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE. Fort St. Dest
rooms and attendance In city. ill
We call the attention of those
wishing beautiful pieces
of china for
To the display now on exhibi
tion in our show windows.
Le MyoR rtiolo. SQDPly Co.
426 Fort Street.
Tlio officers of tho lith gnvo a locfp
tlon on board tho i'raurppit llimcodt
last Saturday night, memories of which
will linger for many n day with thosF,
who were present. Tho ship was nblaro
with lights and was dcco:utod Vblth
flags, bunting and J;imi'03tt lnntcrns.
The regimental band nncl u lotul native
orchestra furnished tho music for the
! dancing which was greatly wijoycil.
Colonel McClcrnann, Mcutciinnt Col
onel Scott, Captain Stuart nnd Lieut.
Schlachtcr formed tho rMnptlun com
mlttco and to them Is largely din tl.o
success of tbo orcnti t;
Between tho hours of 11 mid 12
o'clock supper was served In tl.o sa
loon, and full justice was done tho
menu by tho many Invited guests.
Shortly after midnight tho gycsis
commenced departing with many
wishes for tho future good luck of the
regiment nnd fur the nafy icttrn of
"Merry War" Was Good.
Tho Boston LyiliM phased all who
heard thorn Saturdn) evening In the
Merry Wnr, whlcn, according to the,
program was written by Stranso. Tha
nrlnclimls nnncarod to vory good nd-
1 vantage, especially Kiinkcl and Hen
derson, tho latter liulni; in run voico
and Kuukcl who appeared In a Dutch
characterization, kept the nudlenco In a
continual good humor and titter.
Tho marching of tha Amti'ons show
ed hnrtl nnd careful iliUltiig on tho part
of tho choriiB glila nnd tbo drill was
fine and received much well mer
Tho music was well rendered nnd
tuneful, as tino would oxpect, knowing
Strauss as all Honolulu docs through
Professor Bcrgcr and his band.
Cavnlllern Itustlcanu will bo tho pro
duction for Tuesday nvenlnt, with tho
following singers in principal parts:
Miss Nelllo Andrews, Miss Maudo
Lcekley, Mr. A. L. I'arniioy, Eugeno
Rogers, Kathcrlno McNeill.
"Experience is a dear teach
er.' bo tney say; yet rung
I Bros, throw in 20 years ex
perience when you have your
pictures iramed by them, with
out extra chafee. They are
now opening a lot of the new
est designs in picture mould
ings. Remember, this is the
only firm in Honolulu that
deals exclusively in pictures
and art goods.
PAID FOR THEIR PATRIOTISM.
Purls, Nov. 24. In tho High Court
(Scnato) to day sovcral witnesses In
tho conspiracy cases wero heard to tho
effect that tlio iioyausts paid work
men to make a demonstration on Oc
tober 25th. A number of slaughtermen
belonging to tho La Vllletto abattoirs
testified that they received G francs
each from tbo noyallst committee to
shout "Vivo l'Armeo" tho day Presi
dent Louuet wan elected.
-33 Queen Stree
On WEDNESDAY, Dec.
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 33 Queen street, Ho
nolulu, I will sell at Public Am tlon, by
order of Mr. Frank Himtaco, Tieiisiucr
of tbo Kamalo Sugar Co., tbo following
certificates of stock l:i tho lutmalo Su
gar Co., unless tbo dtllntiiioat assess
ment, with Interest tlicrron, Is paid bc-
foro tho day of sale
Saturday, Dec. 2.
Am. bk. Aldcn Desso, Potter, from
San Francisco, 1,300 ton mdsc, it
horses, to W. O. Irwin & Co.
Schr. Oolden Gate, Pabla, from Mo
lokal. . . ,
Stmr. Lehua, Dower, from Molok.il.
Stmr. Mokolll, Sachi, from Kauna
kakal. Stmr. Kinau, Clnrko, from Illlo, 'M
head cattle, 271 sacks potatoes, 106 sift,
corn, 17 hogs, 125 pkg3 sundries.
Stmr. Hawaii, Mltclnll. from illlo.
tiunday, Doc. ..
U. S. nrmy ttnnspoit Indiana, Morlo,
from San Francisco, wllh troops
Stmr. Wnlalcale, Qroonc, fom Ka
paa. Stmr. W. Q. Hall, Thompson, from
Nawlllwlli: 881 bags 3tigar, ii bigs
rice, 20 head cattlo, 70 pkgs sundries.
Stmr. Kinau, Clarke, from IClhel.
Stmr. Claudlne, Cameron fiom Ka
hului: 123 sacks tnro, 211 sacks rum,
233 sacks potatoes, 13 pkga hides, 16
hogs, 2 horses, 203 pkxi sundries.
Monday, Dec. 4.
T. K. K. S. S. American Maru, Going,
from Yokohnma, Nov. 25, with passon
gcrs nnd C89 tons gonoral mdso., for
H. Hackfcld & Co.
Sat iniii, Dec. ".
Jnp. stmr. Yorlhlrai Maru, ,iknmur;i,
Am. bktn. Skagit, UoJcn, P ut Town
send. Stmr. Upoltt, Hcnnlngscn, Koh.il.
Stmr. Iwalanl, Gregory, Elcole.
- Sunday, Dec. 3.
U. S. A. T. Hancock, Struve, M mlla.
S. S. Absrgoldlo, Marry, San Francisco.
U. S. A. T. City of Puonla, Thomas,
T. K. K. Nippon Mai u, Allen, i ol:o-
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr. Mokolll, Dudolt, for Kamalo,
Pukoo, Halawn, Wnllau, Kalaupapa at
Stmr. Wnllcale, Green, for Kapaa at
Stmr. Ke Au Hou, Moshcr, for Maka
welt, Ahuklnl and Hanamaulu at 4
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Stmr. Kinau, Freeman, for Molokai,
Maul and Hawaii at 12 m.
Stmr. Claudlne, Cameron, for Maul
at C p. m.
Stmr. Lehua, Dower, for Kaunakakal
at 3 p. m.
Stmr. Mauna Loa, Slmorson, for La
balna, Maalaca, Kona, Kau and Vol
cano at 10 a. m.
Cfmn XTnnnn T7ivt nrt tf TTnnnlrnn
. n I kLUll elUWUUi MJ ilti A.V1 iiuiiuisuii
lO. and Kukulhnelo at 9 a. m
At the Annual Meeting of the HILO
SUGAR COMPANY, held this date, the
following Officers were elected to serve
during the ensuing year, viz.:
W. M. IRWIN President
W. M. GIFFARD Vice-President
H. M. WHITNEY
Treasurer & Secretary.
GEO. J. ROS? Auditor
The above Officers, with exception
of the Auditor, comprise the Board of
Directors. H. M. WHITNEY, JR.,
Honolulu. H. I., Dec. 2, 1800. noa-iw
A Special Meeting of the MAUI FISH
ERY COMPANY will be held at the of
fice of E. H. Bailey (Custom House)
Kahulul, at 10 a. m. MONDAY, Dec
ember 18th, 1899. Important business
will be transaoted.
Per Order W. T. ROBINSON,
Walluku, Maul, Dec. 2, 1899.
Xmas Presents !
, ...Diamond and other Rings,
Watches, Bracelets, Pins, and an extensive
variety of Jewelry just opened up, suitable
for Xmas and New Year Presents.
EC. Gr. BIAJRT,
404V FORT STREET.
Notice Is hereby given that the sixth
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's &
Co.'s Bank, Honolulu, on the 1st day of
December. The shares upon which any
assessment may remain unpaid after
thirty days from said date will be declar
CHAS. H. ATHERTON,
Secretary H. R. T. & L. Co.
Honolulu, Dec t, 1809. yQ2-tf
The campalpn acalnst Agulnaldo
is described in On To Manila
New Haven, Conn., Nov. 25. Tho
finest November weather this morning
greeted tho football enthuslasas who
havo como hero to witness tho contest
between Ynlo nnd Princeton.
Tho few wagers posted early in tho
day wero nt odds of five to thrco on
Yale. Tho players from Old Nassau
camo to New Haven on a special train
from New York, reaching this city
shortly after 12 o'clock. They dressed
on their train and took carriages
through unfrequented streets for Yalo
field. Tho first special train arrived at
11:10 a. m. from New York and was fol
lowed rapiaiy ny otners until 1 p. m.
As tho hour approached for the be
ginning of tho game a light wind
sprang up out of tho northwest At
noon tho sky was overcast, but thero
appeared to bo no indications of a
storm. About 12:30 tho spectators be
gan to journey to tho Mold. Yalo took
tho north goal and tho wind. Prince
ton took tbo ball and Wheeler kicked
off at 2:08.
Yalo got tho ball on downs on
Princeton's 40-yard line. Yalo made
three tilals against Princeton's line
without gain. Princeton's ball on 40
Reltcr scored for Princeton around
Yale's right end. Score: Princeton 5.
Wheeler punted Into Hutchinson di
rectly In front of goat at 15-yard lino.
Wheeler kicked goal and Princeton
stand sang "Old Nassau." Score: '
Princeton, C, Ynlo 0.
McBrldo kicked to Princeton's 10
yard lino. Yalo's ball on Wheeler's
fumble. Schnltzcr fell on tho ball at
Princeton's 10-yard line.
Princeton's ball on downs on her own
5-yard lino. Wheeler kicks to Princo
ton's 48-yard lino. Flncko caught, but
Poo downed him. Yale's ball on
Princeton's 40-yard lino.
Wheeler kicked; kick blocked; .ball
went behind goal line. McDrido fell on
It. Touchdown for Yale. Scoro;
Princeton C, Yalo C. Yalo failed to
Wheeler kicked off to Yale's 20-yard
line. McBrldo returned tho kick to
Princeton's 50-yard line. McDrido
kicked over Princeton's goal lino. Ball
went into Prlncton's 15-yard line.
Wheeler kicked to midflcld Shar
carried it back again 12 yards. Keano
tried for center without gain. Sharp
kicked goal from field, a drop kick
from Princeton's 35-yard lino. Scoro:
Yalo 10; Princeton 6. First half ended;
scoro; Yalo 10, Princeton C.
QUEENSLAND CABINET RESIGNS..
Brisbane, Queensland, Nov. 25. Tho
Ministry has resigned as an outcoumo
of n vote of the assembly in connection
with tho construction of railroads. Tho
Governor has summoned Mr. Dawson,
leader of Labor Opposition, to form a
new Cabinet .
Tho over popular Rainier beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
you havo a glass ot Seattle," la more
often heard than anything olso. The
Criterion Saloon has tho beer on tap or
During tho nbsonco to Hawaii and
Maul of Mr. Hayward, Mr. Peter Blck
els, formerly of tho Occidental and
Baldwin hotel, San Francisco, will as
sumo tho management ot Waiklki Inn
and will bo pleased to entertain any ot
his former patrons. Tho public and
tourists can rost assured that Mr. Sick
els Is a hotel man ot wldo oxperlenco
nnd tho reputation of Walklkl Inn for
excellent cuisine will bo fully sustain
Ctf. Shrs. Ctf. Shrs.
1 25 2S9 DO
290 50 COS 25
GOO 25 nil 1U
C22 15 '130 20
440 20 411 20
442 20 113 10
444 10 70 25
718 25 72fi 50
731 10 2M 100
252 50 :r0 25
201 25 112 50
304 60 30 CO
300 50 .107 CO
308 CO 303 25
370 20 371 20
372 20 373 20
374 20 C; CO
313 CO 311 50
315 CO 310 CO
402 50 403 CO
104 CO 400 CO
413 100 318 COO
319 250 C81 25
332 CO C84 CO
1C5 25 311 25
205 tl50 408 50
409 CO 410 CO
411 CO 591 10
C92 10 593 10
504 10 595 10
C9C 12 206 CO
137 25 739 100
740 100 741 100
742 100 743 100
3C0 25 367 25
368 25 369 25
G 25 227 CO
234 25 235 25
236 25 237 25
238 25 239 25
240 25 241 25
242 25 243 25
244 25 245 25
240 25 247 25
248 25 249 25
421 CO 422 CO
423 60 424 GO
429, CO 197 CO
101 10 102 10
103 10 101 10
10S 10 415 10
410 10 417 5
46 25 89 25
204 CO 434 25
435 25 604 10
42G CO 426 CO
427 50 128 CO
669 60 666 C
2 60 24 25
25 25 29 25
112 100 106 25
135 25 136 25
273 25 274 25
684 60 CC0 C
C01 5 662 5
CC3 C CC4 C
30? 25 .JJ5 100
C00...... C0 607 CO
JAMES F.' MORGAN,
Stmr. W. G. Hall, Thompson, for Na
wlllwlli, Koloa and Eleelo at C p. m.
Stmr. Mlknlmla, Pcderson, ror Maka
well, Walmea, Kokoha and Nlihau at
5 p. m.
T. K. K. S. S. American Maru, Going,
for San Francisco nt 9 a. m.
From China and Japan, per stmr.
American Maru, Dec. 4. Mrs. J. W.
Mangels, Mrs. Thompson, K. Isoshlma
nnd wife, Mr. Nnkauiura.
On Bonrd the America Maru.
wns relieved on account ot tho flro that
cd in port this morning from Yoko
hama at 6 o'clock, after a pleasant and
Captain Philip Going is now In com
mand of 'tho steamer, having been ap
pointed to tho command at Yokohama,
Captain Copo, tho former commander
was rclloved on account ot tho Art that
took placo In tho hold on her last trip
from Yokohnma, nnd has returned to
Mrs. M. E. Grcathousc, mother ot
Clarence. Greathouso, former American
Consul at Yokohama and later advisor
to the King of Korea, In which country
ho died last October, Is a through pas
senger. Sho is escorted by B, M. Chang,
a mombor of tho royal family ot Korea,
who was appointed by the King as spe
cial escort. Mrs. Greathouso Is return
ing to her sister's homo in Kentucky,
Chovoller do Wonters d'Oplinter, a
member ot tho Belgian Legation at
Peking, is also a passenger.
Mrs. II. G. SauircB, wife of tho secro
tary of tbo American Legation In Po
king, is on her way to tno states ac
companled by her threo daughters.
German Army 6canUnl.
Berlin, Nov. 23. Investigation shows
that tho facts In tho Cameroon scandal
mado public by tho Tageblntt, Nov. 18,
when that paper said an appently cor
rupt deal had taken placo by which tho
chief ot tho Colonial Department gavo
nwnv 80.000 snuaro kilometers of Came
roon soil, estimated to bo worth 40,000
000 marks, to various high personages,
far exceed tho Tagcblatt story. Tho
promoters, it appears, first formed a
company, nnd Boon sold qut to a new
company formed nt Brussels and mado
up of Belgians, Englishmen and sev
eral Americans, for 18,600,000 francs,
Tho concession, It furthor appears,
really cost them nothing. Tho first
company was named Sudokamcron.
Prlnco Hohenloho-Oehrlngen was ono
of tho original concessioners. For this
reason tho Emperor forced his resig
nation as chief court chamberlain.
Lahalna Court Term.
Walluku, Dec. 3. The December Term
of the Second Circuit Court will open at
Lahalna Courthouse next Wednesday
morning. There are about 73 cases on the
calendar. The Foreign furors have been
subpoenaed to appear at the Lahalna court
house at 9 o'clocU next Thursday morn
ing, Dec. 7II1.
Pacific Import Co.
Special Curtain Sale!
We call attention that we received a large shipment of
the newest APPLIQUE CURTAINS direct from ihe
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
By steamerAustraIia we received the newest novelties in
Ladies' Neckwear, Ladies' Fine Muslin Underwear, a complete
stock of Ribbons, Dress Skirts, and many other novelties. '
!lWe received the largest and finest stock of HAND
KERCHIEFS ever imported here. Watch our window dis
play from now on.
PACIFIC IMPORT CO.