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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU H. I, TUESDAY, D31EHBK o, 181)9.
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HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE.
COL.W. A. THOMPSON'S
Tuesd.iv, Decs CAVALLIEU RUS-
TICA (Grand) and TRIAL HY
rimrsdav. Dec. 7 BOHEMIAN GIRl
(Hy Reqicst). Romantic
Saturday Matinee. Dec. 0 MASCOTTE
Saturday Night, Dec. 2 AMORITA
Great Bicycle Lamp Sale.
In order to build our new store we are about to tear down the old
bul'JIng and we have a lot of things that must be soldias we have not got
half the room In our temporary quarter that we need for our large stock.
To start with we are going to offer a fine line of standard BICYCLE
LAMPS. These are Light thing but they take up a good deal of room.
Here l the list:
Chester I-anips f .(peach
Atwood Swinging Lamps i.,o "
Banner Lamps J.co "
M. & W. Lamps 2.00 "
Search Light Oil Lamps 3.50 "
Search Light Gas Lamps 4.50 "
Silar Gas Lamps 3 5 "
We are not overstocked on any of these so you will have to call wrly
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 :i bicycle remember that we rent COLUMBIA
CIIAINLESS wheels, the easiest and cleanest wheel on e2rth to ride.
E. 0. HALT&lON, Ltd,
Cor. ITort and Kins: Sts.
Columbia and Rambler Agents.
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7Ao' UVK)atB fill "n!l liray 7irE7:p'-? r-f"J:rJ'i'A K
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W 1"5lH''3!:U?IET ) TACKED IN
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-usSa" "WTri j1 will pro& their merit-
Grand Cnke-Wnlk Contest
AH This Week.
Applications made at the Box Office.
Opening with the Laughable rComedy,
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-Famous Ventriloquist,
J. W WINTON.
A Dash of Sunshine,
In Latest Coon Songs.
In Exhibition Cake-Walk.
The Greatest Act of Its Kind Ever
In Marvelous Feats of Daring In
Last Three NIghls of the Charming
MINDELL FERN DREYFUSST
In Her Original Musical Sketch.
"A PRIVATE REHEARSAL "
Introducing Her Latest Songs and Dances.
The Clever Eccentric Comedian
In His Original Sketch, "The Dutch Po
liceman," Assisted by His Daughter
MISS EDITH FLETCHER.
Change of Program Mondays and
Family Matinee every Saturday, at
2:30 p. in.
Central Admission, 15c anJ 50c.
Last tU rows lor cnlMrtn uruer ia years, 100
Kestrved Chain, 50c.
Seals can bt booked by ringing up Telephone 51
We call the attention of those
wishing beautiful pieces
of china for
To the display now on exhibi
tion in our show windows.
tVJJMl. In Ibll tolumn nlll bl InurltJ tl I fttnll
KfS a Ittiifirtt iHttrtiort: 10 trull teconJ initr
lion; fa etnlt dttttk an J 90 unit a month, 7 bit it Ibt
tbtapttl tJwrtlttitt; ttr efftitJ tb pteplt cf Honolulu.
URITINCi AN0 ACCOUNTINH DONE accurate
' ly: moJerau rales. MR. MUM, care People's
Erress Co ; or General Delhcry.P. O. iwi-H
EMPLOYMENT WANTED by a eooJ Jipnnese
Cook hiving long experience. Address "OKA,"
P. O. Box tu. mt8
.COMPETENT GERMAN GIRL WANTED for
ceneral housework anJ care nl children. Ntfff-
ences required. Apply O. Al.. tlulletln office 1)6)
WANTED-500 Men lo l shaved for 15C. (while
barbers). II. JEfFS. tnU Foil iirpet. oeo.
Club Kittles noq-tt
FOR SALE-Good MI.Mnc Cows and Heifers,
also gentle horses, 9 milk wi;on and milk
cans. Apply to A. A. MONTANO, Manoa
COR SALE- iiuo Lot at Kallhl, sire 80x150.
low Lot at Ksllhl, sle tsxijo.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE.
No 110 Fo-t slreet.
COR SALE $400 Lots at Kallhl, 50x100 each.
' Good locations. Apply to
No jio Tort street.
FOR SALE TJ, Housa and Ut at Punaliou
conslstlns of t bed rooms, cirlor. dlnlnir room.
kitchen, etc. Slic ol lot xuj. A bargain.
t WILLIAM SAVIUUE,
No. 110 1'o't street.
COR SALE-On Walklkl Road, near the residence
I of Gen, Manson. Eso.. desirable house of X
rooms and bath; good fruit trees: nlcu grounds,
100x100. Or will exchange for lots In Punaliou. for
further particulars apply 10 GEAR, LANSING & CO.
PR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OP THE
CITY. DvJ. M.V.VAS. i8a
COR SALE-DEAUTIFUL HOME IN NUUANU
r VALLEY. Address Box in. P O. im
pOR SALE A new COTTAGE of eight rooms and
I bath: erounds nicely laid out: stable and out
One lot ix x i?x: water laid on: ornamental trees,
etc Ono corner Int. 75 x lax.
All on Colleee street. Tor further particulars
apply to W. M. CUNNINGHAM, at tlio Favorite
Saloon. 1 161
TO LET-rRONf ROOM, furnished,
TO LET furnished J?ootn. Inquire
street, opposite Emma Square.
onlv S8 a
Private family. C16 Vineyard street.
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE, Tort St. Dest
rooms and attendance In city.
tt 33 Queen Stree
On WEDNESDAY, Dec. 18,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 3i Quocn street, Ho
nolulu, I will sell nt Public Auction, hy
order of Mr. Frank HiiHtacf, Treasurer
of tlio Kamalo Sugar Co., tho following
certificates of stock l:i tho Kamalo Su
gar Co., unless tho tlUluuiiont aer.ess
ment, with Interest there on, Is paid bc
foro tho Uny of sale
For additional Shipping News m seventh (ago
Weather Durenu, Punaliou, Dec. C.
Tcmperntitro Morning minimum, 05;
Midday maximum, 78.
llnronicter nt 0 it. m. 30.08. Irregu
lar. Itnlufall .01.
Dew Point (!3 V.
Humidity nt 9 u. m. 72 per cont.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Dec,
ii. Weather clear; wind light B.
A Special Meeting of the MAUI FISH'
ORY COMPANY will be heldat the of'
fice of 0. H. Bailey (Custom House)
Kahulul, at to a. m. MONDAY, Dec
ember :8th, 1899. Important business
will be transacted.
Walluku, Maul, Dec. 2, 1899.
426 Fort Street.
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. MS IRWIN President
W. M.- GIFFARD ....-Vice-President
Treasurer & Secretary
GEO. J. ROSf Auditor
The above Officers, with exception
of the Auditor, comprise the Board of
Directors. H. M. WHITNEY, JR.,
Honolulu, H. I., Dec. 2, 1S99, 1392-iw
The Undersigned Hackdrlvers of the
Hawaiian Hotel hackstand have changed
their telephone number to 191. Trusting
we shall receive the patronage of our old
customers, we shall do all In our power to
mem ineir approval
135. 174. 182, 171, 58,
50, CO, 179, 39, 172,
W ess M M t1 isl.1 MMiiiT
AIIIUVED EX AUSTRALIA.
To nrrlvoex Australia, Onions, Po-
fafrtpfl Tiimnno T.lmna Annlna Paiih
Nuts, Figs, Raisins, Salmon, Flo'undora!
uraua, uysierB, urannerries, quail,
Durkn. Tnrlrnvn. TTnrn. TlAnn nfr at
Cnmnrlnoa, King and Alakca streets.
The campaign against Agulnatdo
is described in On To Manila.
434 '. 25
Monday, Dec. 4.
Am. schr. Allco Cooke, Penhallow,
from Port Townscnd, Oct, 27, with 1,-
012,738 feet lumber for Lowers & Cooke.
Tuciday, Dec. 5.
Dr. S. S. Carmarthenshire, DIndloss,
from Yokohama, Nov, 22, with 750 tons
general mdsc. for Alexander & ltald
wln, and 251 Japanese.
Stmr. Kllohnnn, Druhn, from Koloa
with 3 pkgs sumlrloH. , nt
Stmr. Nlllinu, Thompson, from La
linliui. U. S. A. T. Wyfleld, Cartmer, from
San Krniiclsco with stock on hoard for
Monday, Dec. 4.
Stmr. Mokolll, Sachs, Kamalo.
Stmr. Wnlalealc, Greono, Kapaa.
Stmr. Ko An Hon, Moaher, Makawell.
Tuesday, Dec. G.
Stmr. Klnnii, Prccman, for Molokal,
Maul nnd Hawaii. .
Stmr. Manna Loa, Slmerr,on,,for La
halua, Mnalnca, Koua, Kati and Vol
Stmr. Noeau, Wyman, for Hounkaa
T. K. K. S. S. American Maru, Going,
for San Francisco.
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr. Clnuiline, Cameron, for Maul
nt 5 p. m.
Stmr. Lchun, Dower, for Kauuakaknl
nt 3 p. m.
Stmr. W. O. Hall, Thompson, for Na
wlllwlll, Koloa nnd Elcolo at G p. m.
Stmr. Mlknhaln, Pederson,- for Maka
well, Wnlmea, Kekoha and Nllhau at
5 p. m.
Schr. Ada, for Hanalct and Kallhl
wnl, 4 . m.
For Hawaii nnd Maul porta, per stmr,
Miumn Loa, Dec. 5. S. Ahlnl, A. B. Na
one, J. T. Crowley, C. NIcIneckc, Chas,
Othcll, L. Chong, LI Chung, Goo Kino,
J. M. Kaucnkua, Mlsn Annlo Doors.
D. H. Case, A. W. Sumter, W. P. Fen
nel), L. F. Graham, Rov. KauUano,
Young Kou, C. Hopkins, T. T. Hopo, J.
Gabrcnth, F. Somcrllold, Mrs. L. M.
Knhooktkl, Rov. O. P. Emerson, II.
Wllgeroth, 13. T. Patten, Mrs. Kaauwal,
Judge J. w. Koiun, J. R. Bergstrom, J.
G. Taylor, T. Shyama, Chas. Crlghton.
For Hllo and way portf, per stmr.
Klnau, Dec. 5. J. S. McCandless, E. E.
Richards, P. M. Gill, T. C. RIdgway, F.
C. Blond, W. II. Lambert. Mrs. J. II.
Mackenzie, G. P. Rasmussen, Mr. Pear
Bon, J. Cnrglll and wlfo, A. G. Eames
nnd wife, Goo Kim, H. B. Gehr nnd
wife. F. N. Hohl, Mrs. L. A. Choy, Mr.
anil Mrs. Eltlredgc, J. Rubonstcln, J. A.
Grlffcll, A. C. Wtlfong, J. A. Scott, H.
Deacon and wife, W. II. 'Wallaco antl
wife. L. A. Thurston, A. Ross and wife,
T. H. Hughes, Miss Daisy LIshman,
Mrs. Dr. Wright.
For San Frnnclsco, per stmr. Ameri
ca, Mnru, Dec. 5. Miss F. Parmaloe,
Mis. Plvcr, Miss Plver, II. L. Sears,
M. F. Russell. Miss Folger, W. Y. Wil
son, Win. C. Gregg, wlfo and four chil
dren, Mrs. P. Schneider and child, Capt.
F. A. Blake and wife, E. P.- Foil, F. C.
Schenistcln, R. R. Hind nnd wlfo, H. L.
Achilles, E. T. Wright, Geo. W. Stad
lcr, Mrs. Mnrshnll nnd daughter, Col.
Little, Mrs. Hcndrlcs, Mrs. Sanford,
Mrs. Hendrlcs nnd child.
For Uilialnn, Kahulul and way ports,
per stmr. Claudlno. Dec. 5. Mlsa N.
Cook, J. R. Robinson, J. R. Dccoto nnd
wife, G. W. Wilson. II. J. Metz, G. B.
Robertson, W. II. IFold, Harry Lee, J.
N. S. Williams, A. F. Robertson, J. G.
Sheldon, Miss May Hayseldon, T. Ama-
na, N. S. Akana, Wing Sing Chong, L.
A. Dickey, Miss N. Crook, Bello iDckoy,
Miss H. Smith.
Mother of a Premier.
Mrs. M. Grcathousc, a delightful wo
man of 80, was a passenger from the
Orient aboard tho America. She spent
a number of years in Korea with her
son, tho lato Clarence Qreathouse, a
venturcaomo American who became a
prominent figuro In Sooul political af
fairs, Grcathouso waa at ono time a
newspaper man on the Coast. For many
years ho has been tho subject of news
paper and mngazino articles, showing
what a real llvo Yankee might bo able
to do oven in such n backward country
In the work of developing nnd Im
proving Pacific Heights, Bruce, War
ing &. Co., tho realty factors, nro now
and have been for somo llmo past, ex
pending about $300 n tiny. Tho work
ing forco includes 150 day laborers
nlono; besides a number of skilled
men, such ns carpenters nnd stono ma
sons, nre employed, to say nothing of
water works experts nnd civil engin
eers nnd surveyors. Kalulnnl boulo
vard, which is tho main lino of tho de
lightful elevated suburb, Is a mllo and
nnd eighth In length, with n width of
forty feet nnd on tho hill sides has a
stono wall. Tho grado Is nn easy ono,
.1 slngl horso being nble handily to
draw up n heavy llg with four or ilvo
persons aboard. Tho upper portion of
tho road is now being mneadamlzcd
nnd tho last of tho walling Is being
nullt. Thero nro numerous diverging
avenues from the mnln boulevard. Tho
residence of Charles Booth, which Is nn
Imposing mansion, Is completed. Work
is well under way for tho homo of nn
eastern man who has gono back to tho
States for his family. Foundations nro
In for t)foYesldonco of J. W. Pratt and
several other people. Geo. CnBtlo and
II. E. Waity are among tho recent pur
chasers of lots overlooking tho town,
Diamond Head, Pearl Lochs nnd tho
whole country to tho Wnlanao moun
tains. Tho most interesting thing
about tho work Just now Is tho blast
ing. About twenty shots nro flred nt n
time nnd It sounds llko nn artillery bat
tle. Tho 2,000,000 gallon reservoir has
been completed. An amplo supply of
water from Pauoa, springs is nssured
and distribution over tho tract Is to bo
assisted by means of n gas engine soon
to bo Installed.
NOTICE TO CORPORATIONS.
In conformity with Section 202 of
tho Civil Code, nil Corporations are
hereby notified to make a full and ac
curate exhibit of tho stnto of their af
fairs for tho year ending December 31.
1899, such exhibit to bo nied in the In
terior Department on or before tho
3l8t day of January, 1900.
Blanks for this pnrposo will be fur
nished upon nppllcatlon to tho Interior
Upon falluro of nny corporation to
present tho exhibit within tho tlmo ro
qulrcd, tho Minister of tho Interior
will, either himself or by ono or more
commissioners nppolnted by him, call
for the production of tho books and
papers of tho corporation nnd examine
Its officers touching tho affairs, undor
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Ofllco, November 11, 1899.
DEED AND MORTGAGES. ' )
Q, II. Berrey's Hawaiian Ilrailntrpefn 1 .
says that residence property continues I '
to command moro than modorato V
nrlnna Atnnv Invert lvnnnffl !... ..
recorded lately. During tho second
half of November the mortgago indebt
edness of tho Islands increased $110,
015.03. Tho recorded instruments for
tne last two weeks of laBt month were:
Deeds 128 $197,289 1
Mortgages 42 180,730 00
Releases 21 70.714 97
Chattel Mortgages 9 13,950 0
unis or tsaio .... iu 34,460 00
Agreements ....' C
Pow'r of Att'y-. . 10
Assgn of Leases. 2
Assgn of Mtgs. . . G
Mortgnges 4vfc per cent.. 40,000 00
Mortgages & G per cent .... 1,600 00
Mortgages 7 per cent .... 68,500 01 ''
Mortgages fj 7 per cent .. 2,40t 00
Mortgages 8 per cent 23,300 00
Mortgages 9 per cent .... 15,800 00
Mortgages 10 per cent .... 8,650 00 .
Mortgages 12 per cent .... 7,100 00
Mtgs. no percent recorder. .. . 13,380 00
The V. Al. C. A.
A meeting of tho Y. M. C. A. direc
tors to havo been held last ovenlng was
postponed to 4 p. ra. on tho 13th Inst. I
On Thursday evening the. Camera A
Club exhibition of work will ho held.
At 4 o'clock on Sunday nttornoou
next Rov. Mr. Westervclt, who is with y
Re,v. II. H. Parker In Kawalahao work, "
will speak nt tho nsscmbly hall on
"First English Bibles." This Is tho
first of a series of lectures on tho his
tory of tho Bible. 1
Tho first gamo of handball lu tho new .
tournament Is being played this after- f I
noon. It is between M. G. Johnston
nnd R. BIckncll. ,
On Saturday evening next tliero will
be n meeting of tho Y. M. C. A. faculty
to discuss plans with tho educational
committee. Tho clnsscs will havo their - t ,
two weeks of vacation, beginning with .'
tho 16th in3t. I
At the meeting of tho Triangle Liter- ,.
ary Club last evening members and .
visitors were much entertained by Mr.
Fred. J. Cross' lecture on "Wireless .
Telegraphy." Mr. Cross' account of -.
his intcrcourso with Prof. Marconi was ' ,
1" 1 Jji
Meeting Notice. v
There will be a meeting of the Stock
holders of -the HOME BAKERY, LTD.
at we oince 01 lOear, Lansing at J-o., tc.
morrow Wednesday, at 1:10 o'clock n?m
W. E. BURNETT. -' "
Pacific Import Co:
s JAMESF7 MORGAN
Strangers consult The Bulletin;
Special Curtain Sale!
HAUSLER In St. Paul, Minn., No
vember 21, 1899, Mrs. L. Hausler,
nged 69, beloved mother of Mrs. L.
F. Alvarez of this city.
SILVA In this city, December 3, to
tho wlfo of A. I. Sllva, n daughter.
What Is moro in order for a present
than a beautiful desk or library table.
Henry Waterhouse & Co. havo a large
assortment Just unpacked.
WHAT DO YOU WANT?
Are you in search of anything? Jt
Have you lost anything? I PI
Have you found anything? f j$
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Have you found anything?
Do you WANT anything?
We call attention that we received a large shipment of
the newest APPLIQUE CURTAINS direct from the t
manufacturers. Better values will never be offered again. jf
NOW is the time to make your selection : $
JO pair Applique Curtains at $4.50 pair, regular value $ 6.00
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, v
Special Notice. W
EWe received the largest and finest stock of HAND
KERCHIEFS ever imported here. Watch our window -His-
play from now on.
;o " " " " 4.85 "
?0 ' " 5.35 "
24 " " " " 6.75 "
24 "" ''. h, " 7.25 "
24 " "' ' '" " ' 7.50 "
18 " " " " 7.75 "
12 " " " " 9.50 "
12 " 10.00 "
PACIFIC IMPORT CO.
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