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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU H. I., WEDNESDAY, DtiOEMHBU 0, lHUV.
HAWAIIAN O F IE JES. A. HOUSE,
Tuesday, Dec. 5 CAVALI.IER NUS-
TICA (Grand) and TRIAL BY
rintrsdn Dee. 7 BOHEMIAN GIRL
(By Reqie). Romantic
In order to build our new store weare 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 arc going to offer a fine line of o'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 1..0 "
Banner Lamps 2x0 "
M. & W. Lamps 2.00 "
Search Light Oil Lamps 3.50 "
Search Light Gas Lamps 4.50 "
S Oar Gas Lamps. 3 50 "
Wc ate not overstocked on any of these so you w III have to call early
to get yourpiik. We have a lot of bike sundries w hlch we are going to
sell uut at same low rates. Your chance to buy standard goods at cost
wlltonly last while our present stock lasts, all early.
When you wish to rent a bicycle remember that we rent COLUMBIA
CH AIMLESS wheals, the easiest and cleanest wheel on ejrth to ride.
E. 0. HALL
Cor. Fort and Kins Sts.
Columbia and Rambler Agontn.
At a meeting of 1 HE B. F. DILLING
HAM COMPANY, LTD., held on the
22nd day of November, 1899, the follow
ing Officers and Directors were elected,
B. F DILLINGHAM President
WALTER F. FREAR Vice-President
ELMER E I'AXON Treasurer
A. W. VAN VALKENBURG Secretary
W. A GRAHAM .Auditor
W. F. ALLEN D rector
ALBERT RAAS Director
The President, Vice-President and Treas
urer are e.vofficlo members of the Board
At a meeting of the ame corporation
held on the 5th day of December, 1899,
the followinz Directors were elected, viz.:
A. W. VAN VALKENBURG Director
W. M. GRAHAM Director
A. W. VAN VALKENBURG,
Honolulu, H. I., Dec 6 h, 1E99.
lAThen You Waqt a R'H
RINO VV THE
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Liveiy, Boarding and
," Sales Stables, : : :
618 FOUr STREET.
Stable 'Hioun, 477
Hack gtaiid 'PUouoa, 310 ami 777.
O. U BELLINA.
FAMILY THEATRE. -
Grand Crike-Walk Contest
All This Week.
Applications made at the Box Office.
Opening with the Laughable Comedy,
Includlng'the Grand Cake-walk Contest.
Last Three Nights In Honolulu of
MISSES MARION and
The Australian Operatic and Ballad
Last Night of
The World-Famous Ventriloquist,
J. W WINTON.
A Dish of Sunshine,
, EDITH FLETCHER,
In Latest Conn Snngs.
In Exhibition Cake-Walk.
Greatest Act of Its Kind Ever
In Marvelots Feats of Daring In
Last Night of the Charming
MINDELL FERN DREYFUSS.
In Her Original Musical Sketch,
a pmvATE nriiBAUCAf ti
Introducing Her Latest Songs and 6ances.
The Ulever becentric comedian
In His Original Sketch, "The Dutch Po
llceman," Aslsted by His Daughter
MISS EDITH FLETCHER.
of Program Mondays and
every Saturday, at
a:io p. m.
General Admission, ate and 50c.
Last six rows for children under u years, 10c.
Reserved Chairs, yx.
Seals can be booked by rlngln; up Tt If phone Slo
LOCAL AND GENERAL
.M. 1 Lucas, with Wlehmau. Is creel
ing his friends again after a short trip
to tho Coast.
Tho Lo Munjon Photo Supply Co's
ofllco has been tastily fitted with nn
tlquo oak counters and shelves. Tho
addition of a glass show caso will com
plcto the fixtures.
C. D. Walker Is building a boat for a
Liu of young mcu which It Is expected
will show Its liccls to the rest of tho
mosquito fleet. Tho boat will bo a
trlflo larger than Harris' Myrtle, but on
tho same lines,
O. Roy Morgan, who wns formerly
connected with tho reportorlnl stnff of
the Advertiser, has assumed tho editor
ship of a Hnywnrds, Cal., paper, which
up to tho tlmo of hla death was con
ducted by his brother.
A young lady blko rider coming Into
colllsslon with a tram car on King
street this morning created no llttlo
excitement. Bystanders picked up tho
fallen rider, who was not seriously In
jured and sho was sent homo In a hack.
Capt. Taul Smith, of tho 40th Infau
tiy, U. S. A was given a flno send off
at tho N. O. II. Officers Club last tven
I lng and left this noon for Manila with
111a i-uuimuuu. j lurgu numuer 01
friends wero at tho wharf to sco him
llawutluns on the Const.
San Francisco, Nov. 29. Sugar
stocks ato slightly lower, but In good'
demand hero. These are today's Stock
ana uonu uxcimngo quotations
liana P. Co 9
Haw S &S C Co 92
Hutch H P Co 27H
Ktlauca S Co
Makawell S Co 14
Onomea S Co 34
Paauhau S Co 32
Recent sales 115 Makawell.
and J45; 210 Honokaa, $33.02','
Onomea, $34.50: 200 Paauhau. $32.00: 5
November dividends mud nt San
Francisco. Hutchinson, 25 cents;
Hana, 50c; Honokaa, 35c; Kllauea, 25c;
Makowell, 50c; Onomea, 35c; Paauhau,
In the Circuit Court, First Circuit, of the
In the matter of the Estate of Genevieve
Dwsett, Alarion C. Dowsett, Madeline
C. K. DowsetUand Annie H. K. Dowsett,
On reading and filing the pstltlon of
J. M. Monsirrat and David Dayton, guar
dians, praying for an order of sale of cer
tain real estate belonging to said minors,
situate on the Island of Oahu and on the
Island of Maul, and setting forth certain
legal reasons why such real estate should
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, that the
next of kin of the said wards and all other
persons Interested In the said estate, appear
befwethls Court on WEDNESDAY, the
THIRD DAY OF JANUARY, A. D. 1900,
at 10 o'clock a. m,, at the Court Room of
this Court, In Honolulu, then and there to
show cause why an order should not be
granted for the sale of such estate.
Honolulu, Dec. &, 1809.
By the Court :
Saturday Matinee, Dec. 9.
Saturday Night, Dec. a ..
Wlpa.'"'. " '" column mil bl inutttd alu unit
U ahnifint InurlionJ 10 unit tteonHnitr
hott; Jo ct nit n Men an I ;o unit a montb. lbt It Itt
cbttfttl J-jtrlliln( tter cffirtJ Ibtftoflt of Honolulu.
UANTED-POSITION ol any kind l.y ounc
roan Willi foufr experience bookKMOlrc
AJires J. A. cure of liULLLTIN office Ii.)5-
RITIKOAND ACCOUNTINd DONE accurate
v ly: moJer.t. rates. MH. MOM, care 1'eople'
EsprwCo; or General Delivery, I' O. i)9-tf
EMPLOYMENT WANTED by
- Cook hjvlncloni; experience.
a tool JipuncM
.COMPETENT GERMAN GIHL WANTED (or
cexeral homework and care of children. Refer
ences required Apply G, M Dullelln office i)fo
XANTEP $00 Men lo eel shaved for 15c (white
W barbers). II. JEITS. 610J4 Tort street, opr.
Club Stables iiop-il
COR SALE-Gnod Ml kins Cows and Helfrrs,
r also gentle horses, a milk warons and milk
fo A. A.
COR SALE Jiono Lot at k'allhl, sire 801150
r $95? Lot at Killhl, sire ?xiy.
Arrtyio William savidge.
No yo Fo't street.
PR. SALE J400 Lots at Kallhl, 50x100 each.
Good location.. Aprly lo
, WILLIAM SAVIDGU,
No ito Tort street.
PR SALE li8ou I Ions and lot at Punahou
consisting ol 3 bed rooms, parlor, dining room,
kitchen, etc. Slic ollotisxiy. Abirealn
No. ro Toit street.
FOR SALE On Walklkl Road, near the residence
of Geo. Manson, Esq., desirable house of 5
rooms and bath: good fruit trees: nice grounds,
100x100. Or will etcnange for lots In Punahou Ft
further rattkul.irj apply to GEAR, LANSING ft CO.
COR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OP THE
r CITY. yJ. M.VVAS. i)8i
COR SAI E-DEAUTirUL HOME IN NUUANU
' VALLEY. Address llox 7)). r u
FOR SALE A new COTTAGE of eight rooms and
bath: grounds nicely laid out; stable and out
houses. One lot ts x rj: water laid on; ornamertal trees,
etc One corner lot, 75 x iss
All on College street. Tor further particulars
apply to W. M. CUNNINGHAM, at the Favorite
TO LET-IRONT ROOM, lutnlshed, only $8 a
month. Private family. Cii Vineyard street.
TO LET Furnished Room. Injulre ji Emma
street, o.noshe Emma Sauire. 1101 iw
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE, Fort St.Uest
I rooms and attendance In city. nn
AUOiiOiNEER AND .
ti 33 Queen 8trce
On WEDNESDAY, Dec. 18,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 3i Queen street, Ho
nolulu, I will sell at ruouc Atuiion, o.v
order of Mr. Frank Hustacn, Trtasmir
of tho Kamalo Sugar Co., tho following
cortlflcatcs of stock l:i tho Kamalo Su
gar Co., unless tho uc-liiu;miit asr.es;
ment, with Interest tlierron, Is paid bc-
foro tho day of sale
.1 15. . . ,
227. . .
.. CO "
, . .100
rui adJHitih. aitiptlftK Ie at Ssvcmn paK
Wrntlirr lltirrmi Pitnnlmtl. Tlpo. fi.
Tcmpctaturo Morning minimum,
07; Jiuuiny nmximum, 78.
Baioinctcr nt 0 a. in. 30.10. Steady.
Dow Point C9 F.
Humidity nt 9 a. m. G5 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Dec. C.
Weather cloudy; wind light, N, II
Tuesday, Dec. 5.
Haw, Bclir. Norma, Wolsbarth, from
Laysan Island, witli guano and Japan
Wednesday. Dec. 6
Walaleale. Green, from Kapaa
t Itli n nltre ennjrfoc
Am C J Alnmpil.1. Vfln Ot(rpn(lnrn.
from S.m Francisco, Nov. 29, with pas-
seneersanu 123 ions ireigiu.
Am bk Annay. Much, from New York,
July 6. with 157J tons general merchan
dise for T H Davis and Co.
Am sch Columbia, Sprague, from Aber
deen. Oct 18, with 1,054,600 ft lumber for
the Cltv Mill Co.
Am bkt. Amelia, Miller, from Seattle
Nov. 24, with J80.000 feet lumber.
Tuesday, Dec. 5
Jan. Htmr. Toyo Maru, Sakal, Vic
Stmr. W. O. lull, Thompson, Na-
Stmr. Claudlne, Cameron, Maul.
Stmr. Lchua, DowcrKaunakakal.
Stmr. Mlkahata, Pcdereon, Makawell.
Schr. Ada, HanaloL
Am. uchr. Aloha. Fry, San Fraucl3co.
Wednesday, Dec. C.
U. S. A. T. Duko of Fife, Milne, for
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
;ntir k'llnli.in.n. Nlcholsfn. for Lahalna
and Kaanapall at 4 o'clock.
Si-h rinl.leii n.ite. P.ilila. for Klhel and
Maunalel at 4 o'clock.-
U S A T Indiana, Moele. for Manila at 2
U S A T Oh 0. Boce. for Manila at 4
o'cloJw . .
U S A T it Paul. Hays, for Manila at 4
Splendid Work o? the Lyrics.
Cavallerla Rustlcana waa rendered
by tho Boston Lyrto Operatic Company
last night In a manner that reflects
great credit on all who wero In tho
cast. Tho orchestra, though "rather
small for such music as Cavallerla,
should come In for Its mead of praiso,
as, taking It as a whole, It did very
Mlerj Nellie Androwa 'conception and
acting of tho part of Santuzza was
something to bo long remembcrod by
tho theater goers of Honolulu, as such
forco and dramatic effect has soldoin
been seen here. Tho regulars who inlss
tlio opera, missed tho gem of the Lyrics
Miss Maude Lcokloy sustained tho
character of Lola exceedingly well, ns
did also' Kathcdno MacNcll, A. L.
Parmloy and Uugcno Rogers In their
Gilbert and Sullivan's operetta "Trial
by Jury," was used as a curtain raiser.
It was very amusing and was appre
ciated by an nudlonco that really came
to enjoy heavier mu3lc.
To Investigate a Crime.
Marshal Brown goes to Maul on
Tuesday next to tako chargo of a caso
upon which ho has had police working
for somo dnys. Near Klpahulu tho
charred remains of an old Chinaman
were found In a halt burned cabin. Tho
man's queuo hnd been cut off, thcro was
blood on tho floor of an adjoining shed
and somo money that tho old farmer
was known to havo on tho premises Is
miBslng. Tho marshal Is of tho opinion
that a murder has been committed and
will follow up tho caso closoly.
Mr. Wnltrock, a haolo, has been In
stalled as deputy sheriff at Hana, Maul.
'j ho Lahalna court term opened yes
terday with Deputy Attorney General
Dole leprcsentlng the government Mr.
D010 will return on Sunday, Mr. Cath-
cart taking hold tho remainder of tho
term for tho puollc prosecutor. There
nro no very Important cases on tho
docket for tho present term at Lahal
na. A 8AIL0R SHIPPING AGENCY.
A Mr. Lewis, who Is asallor shipping
factor and boarding house keepor woll
known to masters and men on tho Pa
cific Coast, arrived by tho Alameda and
will establish a business hero. Ho has
concerns nt San Franclscp and Seattlo
and comes well recommended. Mr.
Lewis will, on tho first of tho year, tako
over tho buslnrPft. which Harry Evans
has built up and has conducted bo
satisfactorily to the officials here both
of the United States and Hawaii. Mr.
Lewis says that tho famo of Honolulu
as a Bhlpplng1 point, with a heavy, live
ly and growing business has spread all
over tho world.
Tennis Tournament Drawings.
Tho committee having In charge tho
Invitation tennis tournament have se
lected tho following toams to content:
O. P. Wlldor and C. H. Norton vo B. R.
Adams and H. Waterhouso, Jr. The
winners of tho abovo to play W. W.
Williams and Ed. Hall. O. S. Water
houso and Geo. Fuller vs Dr. A. E.
Nichols and C. K. Hydo; S. O. Wilder
and P. M. Lansdalo vs J. Waterhouso
and J. P. Cooke. O. II. Cooke and F.
C. Atherton will play tho winning team
In tho following contest: D. Ross and
Chas. Elston vs W H, Babbit and A.
F. Brock. '
Play will begin at tho P. T, O. courts
at 4 p. m. tomorrow.
First Regiment to Pluy.
On Saturday afternoon nt 2:30 o'clock
thcro will bo a gamo of football be
twoen a team mado up entirely of 1st
Regiment, N. O. II. men and tho Puna
hou team, on tho collcgo campus. The
wholo arrangement for tho gamo Is not
yot completed, but full details will bo
given tomorrow. AH tho regimental
talent Is oxpected to meet at the drill
shed this evening at G o'clock for practice.
ON WAIALUA BU61NUS8.
Mr. W. A. Don en, Seuetnry of the
Wnlnlua Agricultural Company and Mr.
McClnunhan, who has uccn so promi
nent ns an attorney In tho notnblo
caso, leavo by tho Mariposa day after
tomonow for San Francisco, where
they will bo eomo weeks on a most Im
portant mission. Messrs. MrClanahan
and Uowen go to tho Coast to make
final settlement with tho San Francisco
subscribers who put their names down
on the Sopcr-Valcntlne lists for stocks
early In tho game. Most of tho ofllccrs
and big holders In the company hero
say that tho newest San Francisco un
dertaking will bo carried out minus
friction or misunderstanding, but somo
of tho stock dealers circulated this
morning a story that a number of the
San Francisco subscribers would Insist
on receiving tho top notch premium
In addition to tho stock.. ,
Tho grand enko walk contest contin
ues to be tho hub of tho attractions at
this house. Tuesday night Miss Lizzie
Victor and William Prestige secured
the first heat, Miss Edith Fletcher and
Herr Dusch and Miss Hacward and
Fletcher scoring second and third
place. Last night Miss Haeward and
Fletcher came out ahead. Tho con
test is neatly Interwoven In a spectac
ular sketch entitled "Pansy Blossoms,"
In which tho company participates.
Tho management have been successful
In securing tho services of Mr. M. D.
Curtis and wife who will head their
present stock company. Mr. Curtis
bears a high reputation throughout the
States ns an actor of note, being spe
cially identified In his Impersonation
of "Sam'l of Posen.". With the addi
tion of theso two artists and the Hoggs'
tho lcgltlmato drama will In futuro
rccelvo duo and proper representation.
not, however, to the detriment of
vnudovlllo, which will still form tho
"staplo commodity." Sovcral new pco-
plo will appear .tomorrow evening.
Other changes In front of the foot
llgnts nro at present pendlnjT.'
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RUN DOWN AT A CROSSING.
A Poitugucso boy driving for n local
fruit houso was arrested this forenoon
on a warrant charging "furious and
heedless driving." Tho person lnjur
by tho recklessness of tho defendant
wns a natlvo girl about 15 years of ago.
Sho was Just alighting from a tram
car when tho delivery wagon was
brought along at high speed. The dri
ver was called upon to back pedal, but
tho girl was struck and down sho went
In tho mud with n scream. The wheels
passed over her, but her Injuries wero
only slight Quito a number of people
witnessed tho accident and all are will
ing to appear In court and testify. Tho
caso will likely bo heard tomorrow.
Sugar, raw, 96 centrifugals, 4c.
Pacific Import Co.
Special Curtain Sale!
We call attention that we received a large shipment of
the newest APPLIQUE CURTAINS direct from the
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
24 " '
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.
KWe received the largest and finest stock of HAND
KERCHIEFS ever imported here. Watch our window dis
play from now on.
PACIFIC IMPORT CO.
OCEANIC LINER HERE.
Tho S. S. Alameda arrived In port
this morning from San Francisco. Tho
vessel mado her usual quick run and
brought qui to n number of passengers
and somo freight for Honolulu. Tho
Alnmcda has a record for always, ar
riving on schedulo tlmo nt whatoycr
port sho stops, for which credit Is duo
Chief Engineer A. D. Llttlo who has
been with tho Alameda .since tho day
shb fins launched.
on tho Alameda's last trip .to Ban
Francisco from Honolulu, sho made a
remarkably quick run. It It had tit
been for tho delay of eight hours, caus
ed by tho Nippon Maru having hor
berth, sho would probably havo beaten
that vessel into port.
It Is understood that Englncor Llt
tlo will bo appointed to ono of tho pew
steamers as soon ns they are ftnlsBbd.
Model of a Residence. ' '
Ripley & Dickey, tho architects, havo
at their ofTlco on Fort street a beautiful
model of tho new Wm. O. Irwin resi
dence. It Is precisely a miniature .at
tho proposed home, showing ovory de
tail of tho oxterlor. Tho llttlo wllto
houso Is on a scale of a quarter ol an
inch to tho foot and Is pronounced ky
Mr. Ripley to be simply perfect Tko
model 13 tho work of two Italians who
havo recently set up a casting shop on
upper Fort Btrcct. Tho samo men MAdo
a model at San Francisco of tho esl
denco that Mr. Irwin Is erecting In (hat
city. Thcro havo been sovcral roqwsts
that tho model for the new beach Iroliso
bo exhibited here.
THE LAST CAR.
Tho last cars of tho King otreot Una '
going to Walklkl and Palama pass the
Anchor Saloon. Tho clovercst mixolo
gists In tho city aro thero a ways to
put you up 'anything you may desire.
Drop In and tako a drop bctoro you
tako tho car. Tho celebrated Seattle
beer Is to bo had hero on draught A
full lino of liquors, Including tho fa
mous Jesso Mooro Whiskey, etc.,' al
ways on hand. Received per Warrl
moo, Rainier Bock Deer on draught
Tho Anchor Saloon Is here to please its
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 $1 to 1.2$ per"'
set, which will enable them to .
carry on their studies in paint
ing. KING BROS.' ART STORE,
110 Hotel street.