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EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU H. I., SATURDAY, DEOEMOEU 9,' 18J9.
XE WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE
to the people or Honolulu that we hove
a very choice and select-stock o? goods suit
able for Holiday Presents, consisting in
Leather Goods, &c.
In Toilets, Manicure and Shaving Sets,
Perfumery In bottles, Sets and Cases.
Honolulu Drug Co.,
Von Holt Block, King St.
HA.-WA.II A-N OFER.-A. HOUSE.
COL.W. A. THOMPSON'S
..esdw, Dec. 5 CAVALL1ER RUS-
TICA (Grand) and TRIAL BY
Thursday Dec. 7 BOHEMIAN GIRL
(By Reqiest). Romantic
We Are Still
We liave torn one warehouse down and .ire clearing the goods out of
another as fast as w e can.
Our moving sale last week on Bicycle Lamps was a great success, we
Imcdeannl out all the stock of lamps that we put aside for special sale.
We are now going to offer a limited number of Bicycles at lower prices
than ever offered before so that we will not have to move them to our new
Columbia Chalnless Bicycles S7S.00
Columbia Chain Bicycles. 55.oo
Hartford Chain Blcvcles 40.00
Vedette Chain Bicycles. 30.00
This offer only applys to our present stock which we do not wish to
have to move, when they arc gone prices will go back to the same as In the
past. This is your chance to get a valuable Christmas present, one that
will be appreciated.
If you are looking for JUVENILE WHEELS for the little folks just
bear in mind that we have a good stock and can suit you.
We rent Chalnless Coiumblas by the day week or month.
E. 0. HALlTSON, Ltd,
Ocn?. JTort- and Kins: Sts.
Columbia and Humbler Agents.
LAST NIGHT OF THE
CAKE WALK CON
TEST! TO-NIGHT the Prizes will be awarded
to the winners of the Cike Walk at the
Orpheum. The walkers are taking great
Interest In, the contest, and to-night great
excitement willbe the feature, as It Is very
MISS LILLIAN SMITH will Introduce
new feats In shooting.
A fine program will be presented, and
pjople wishing good seats should ring up
the box office early.
To-day & &
at run i-UDUUl1M AT 1 P M
V I I I lb VIM IIUUIII '
Every child will receive a prize bag
Children 10c, any part of the house;
-Change of Program Mondays and
Thursdays. . ,
Family Matinee every Saturday, nt
3:30 p. m.
General Admission. 15c and 50c.
Last six rnwt lor cniuren unuer w jtwi, ..
Reserved Chairs. 50c.
Seats can U booked by tinging IP Telephone o.
"Honolulu Snap Shots."
A handy souvenir of 32 Views of
modem Honolulu, put up In enVelope and
stamped, to mail In any part of Postal
Union, for 50 cents. For sale at
Thrum's, Golden Rule Bazaar, Hawa Ian
New Co.'s,Woman' Exchange, Hawai
ian Bazaar. Le Munyon's, and Wall,
Saturday Matinee, Dec. 9...-MASCOTTE
Saturday Night, Dec. 1 AMORITA
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING GO.
ED. A. WILLIAMS, F. D
Office and Parlors
614 it 610 Fort St. , near Hotel.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
MESSRS. W. G. IRWIN & CO.. LTDy
have this day been appointed RESIDENT
AGENTS for the Hawaiian Islands of the
following Insurance companies:
ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY of
ALLIANCE ASSURANCE COMPANY
SCOTTISH UNION AND NATIONAL
INSURANCE COMPANY of EDIN
BURGH. ALLIANCE MARINE AND GENERAL
ASSURANCE COMPANY of LON
DON. MR. JOHN S.'WALKER will contln-
ue to be associated with the business of
the above named companies.
R. C. MEDCRAFT.
1378-im General Agent and Attorney.
Herr Pastor Isenberg wlrd Sonntag den
loten December Vormlttags urn n Uhr
Gottesdlenst In der Y. M, C. A. Hall ab
lialten. DER GEMEINDE VORSTAND,
ft iff tint column xvtll bt tntttttd dt Ifttntt
Hi a tint fir it inttrtion; to ttntt utond inset
Hon; to ttntt a xvtth and o ctntt month. Ibtt it tbt
tbtafttt mdurtitinf tvtr offtrtd tbtptobl of Honolulu
RR SALE ClltAI'. itcou-hard thin n 1
s-conJ-tunJ wigon, i con hnl bujty.
Apply to r h. VIDA at Union rJ Co.
PR SALE-Oooa Ml klnc Cow rd llelfrr.
also gentle horses, a milk wnenn anJ ml k
tan. Apply to A. A. MONTAriO, Manoa
COR SAIE-IANOS IN IL PARTS Or THE
CITY HvJ M.VVS. I)B
R SAlr ULAUIIMIl "OME IN NUUANU
VA'LEY AJJrM Do m, P O tm
FOR SALE AtiewCOriAUEnl eight ro-imani
bath: erounJs nicely laiJ out: stable anJ out
One lot tj x t: water laU on; ornamental trees,
etc One corner lot, tj x its
am on imiee siren, i nr runner particulars
apply to W. M. CUNNINGHAM, at the Favorite
TO LET 1 New Conaces at Punahou, nearly com
deled, ready to occupy January tst, 1000.
Several Collates on Klnes not far from toon on
A Residence at Waiklklon the beach, Immediate
possession given. Apply to
No. io Tort street.
CURNISHEDROOM-Onty $6 a month. Private
family, 6ao VIreyard stleet, doors Queen Hotel
TO LET Purnlvhed Room. Inquire
street, o.poslie Emma Square.
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE. Fort St.
' rooms and attendance In city. MU
C A It...!.-.... ...lal.lnia fnl WrLl ntt.1
L Bracelet!. KewirJ t th DULLLTIN oBlcc
WAN TED-POSITION ol any kind by nunj
man with fnur Venn exnerlenca bookkceDlnir.
Address J. A. care of llULLtf IN office im-r
WRITINO AND ACCOUNTINO DONE accurate
vv ly: moderate rates. MR. AUJM, care I'eopie
Express Co; or (ienetal Delivery. P O ,.oi-H
CMPLOVWENT WANTED by Rood Japanese
Cook havlne long experience. AdJress"OKA,
P. O. Uox 74. iv?
."OMPETENT GERMAN GIRL WANTED for
V- central housework and care nt children. Rllfi-
ences required Apply G. M Bulletin office 1)69
VXANTED jooMentoretshived for 15C. (white
W barbers). II. JCFfS. tiM Fort street, opp.
Club Stables mwt
-a3 Queen Ktree
On MONDAY, Dec. 18th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my nalcsroom, 3i Queen street, Ho
nolulu, I will sell at Tuolic AtuUon, by
order of Mr. Frank HiiKfa:o. Ticiwiiiir
of tho Kanialo Sugar Co,, tho following
certificates ot stock l:i tho kiimakf Su
gar Co., unless tho ilellni:ii3at assess
ment, with Interest thereon, to paid be
fore tho day of sale
Ctf. Slirs. cir. sin-s.
1 25 iS3 CO
200 CO COS 23
G09 25 iil lu
C22 13 -in 20
440 20 111 20
442 20 IIJ 10
441 10 70 23
718 23 Tir, CO
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Weather Bureau, Punahou, Doc. 9.
Tompernturo Morning minimum,
C4; Midday maximum, 80.
Uaromctcr nt 9 a. m. 29.99. Falling.
Dew Point 03 V.
Humidity nt 9 n. m. 08 por cent.
Diamond Head Slguat Station, ,Dcc.
8. Weather hazy; wind calm.
Friday, Dec. 8.
IT. S. A. T. Columbia .Dobson, from
Son Francisco, with troops.
U. S. A. T. Datny Vostock, Brekscn,
rom San Franclaco. with troops.
Saturday, Dec. 9.
Stmr. Klnau, Frooman, from Molo
Ual, Maul and Hawaii ports, with pas
sengers and SCO fries spuds, 31 head cat
tle, 3G0 ska sugar, 87 ska corn, 28 ska
colTcc, 1C5 pkgs nuudrlcs.
U. S. A. T. Warren, Hart, from San
Francisco, with troops.
Stmr. Walaleale, Green, from Naw lll
wlll, wjth passengers and 3 pkgs sun
dries. Stmr. Mlkahala. Poderaon, from Isu
wlllwlll. with 12 pkgs sundries and 300
Friday, Dec. S.
U. 8. transport Garonne, Conradl,
S. S. MarlpoBa, Hayward, San Fran
Am. bktn. W. II. Dlmond, Nllson, Han
Saturday, Dec. 9.
Stmr. Kllohana, Nicholson, for La
halna and Kaanapall.
Stmr. Kauai, Ilruhn, for Koloa, Elo
elo, Mnkawcll, Kllauea, Hanalcl and
OFFER OF 1TLIANS MADE
Agents at Hew Orleans Are Ready to
Seed Labor to These Islands.
Nows that an oltort Is being made to
securo n proportion of Italian labor
ers for tho sugar estates of theso Is
lands has reached somo of tho employ
ment ngenclca of Now Orleans, La., In
which section of tho United States a
largo supply of theso people aro used
for cano fields. Ono of theso agents,
locnted In a well known oMco build
ing of New Orleans sends a letter to
tho Bulletin stating his business nnd
asking n number ot loading questions.
Ho wants to know what wages aro paid
for males, females or minors, with or
without board, tho coat of living, ap
proximately, tno very lowest cost of
flour, whether or no tho laborers would
bo allowed garden plots to grow small
vegetables for themselves, whother or
no facilities for tho education of the
children will bo afforded and vhethor
or no the planters will consent to per
mit somo of tho laborers to nave Hems
on shares, and It tho law affords full
protection. Tho agency Is a responsi
ble ono. evidently. Riving references.
Thcie Is shown tho determination to
direct a stream of tho correct slzo to
theso shores If Inducement Is offered.
Says the agent:
"Planters wanting Italians for colo
nization should first advanco the trans
portation for tho men and after they
had settled for tho samo then send for
their families. They at first should bo
a little liberal to lnduco those- people
to go In a now octintry. It may bo a
hard case nt first o procure them, but
after ubatcli of fifty or ahundrcd can
bo Induced to go nnd find plenty of
work nnd fair treatment, then a full
supply win follow vlthout trouble.
After they get tholr families with
them you can be suro to have estab
lished an Italian Colony on your place.
"It Is Important for planters to ap
point an agent familiar with thoso peo
ple to secure tho propor men. An order
may bo given to somo German, Swede,
lilsli or Ainorlcan Labor Agent who
will cngago every man speaking Ital
ian, no matter whether a shoo black,
dish washer, etc.
"Such was tho caso In 1880 when tho
Mexican Government wanted to colo
nlzo tho Stato of Morelos wlia Italian
Immigrants. An order for one thou
sand Italians was Intrusted to four la
bor agents In New York. The men
wcro shipped and on tholr arrUal nt
tho place, no ono knew how to handle
a boo, and tho consequence , was , that In
thrco months tho 'left tho placo and
tho .Mexican Qovornmont lost one Hun
dred thousand dollars by tho operation
"Tho Introduction of a large colony
of Italian laborers In Louisiana was n
matter of simply investing a little capi
tal by somo leading planters, when In
1870, imported rrom South Italy 1,000
laborers engaged at tho liberal wages;
transportation advancod and deducted
from tho monthly wages. That ship
ment was sufficient to produce tho com
ing on tho following year of 6,000 more
somo families paying their own
transportation slnco then the Italian
Immigration in this Stato Increased
rapidly: 40,000 of them now settlo on
theso plantations Is a proof that they
aro steady and compotont workers, and
planters mako monoy thereby."
SAW PRINCENON WIN.
Albert (Buck) Watorhouso writes
that he had great Joy In watching
Princeton whip Yalo on tho gridiron
Tho youn gmnn opens his lcttor with
tho tiger yell. "Buck," who now
woighs 180 and Is a Uttlo moro than
five feet ton in altitude, mado tho scrub
team of tho Lawroncovlllo preparatory
school and has been In some lively
games hlmsolf. In his chatty note he
says that recently ho and tho Damon
boys went out Into tho woods and dis
covering a fern they madp a lei which
"Bill'' Damon had, tho nervo to wear
and which everyone wondered upon.
"Buck" says they wore nble to flhd only
enough ferns for tho one lot. lie adds
that tho greater portion of his troublo
at Lawrencovllel consists in handling
doors and windows to rcgulato tho
remperaturo of his room, '
OFFICE AUDITOR GENERAL
Honolulu, H. I., December o, 1899.
The Auditor General takes this occislon
to request those having claims against the
Government of a monetary nature, matur
ing during the Biennial period ending
December 31st, 1809, to present bills, pay
rolls, and receipts for salaries, to this
Office through the proper Departments
not later than Wednesday. January 10th,
1900, and to present Treasury Warrants
to the Office of the Minister of Finance
for payment, not later than Monnday,
January 15th; 1900, when the Govern
ment books for the period will be closed.
H. C. AUSTIN,
THEO. F. LANSING,
Minister of Finance.
George Manson, Esq., has this day
been appointed a Notary Public for the
First Judicial Circuit of the Hawaiian
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Dec. 7. 1S99. I3973t
During my absence from these Islands,
Mr. W. M. Glffard will act for mi- under
full power of attorney.
W. G. IRWIN.
Honolulu, Dec. 8, 1899. 1398-2W
Mr. W. M. Glffard will act as Manaeer
of our Firm during the absence of Mr.
W. G. Irwin.
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., LTD.
Honolulu, December 8, 1899.
AdMdend will be due nnd payable to
the stockholders of the Hawaiian Electric
Co. on Monday, December 11, 1899.
Stock book will be closed to transfers from
December 9 to 1 1 Inclusive.
W. M. GIFFARD, ,
PacifiG Import Go,
PEOG-EBSS BLOCH. -
Special Curtain Sale!
We cill 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 :
SO 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 Skirls, and many other novelties.
E"We received the largest and finest stock of HAND
KERCHIEFS qyer imported here. Watch our window dis
play from now on.
PACIFIC IMPORT CO
Pictures should come first nn
yrmr list in making presents
this year for several reasons:
1st Thev are alwavs acceDt-
able. 2nd You can make the
price suit your purse. 3rd
They hang as a remembrance
on the walls of the home a
pleasure to all." KING BROS.,
110 Hotel street, nave anew
lot of framed pictures ranging
in price fr.om 7?c up.
At a meeting of THE B. P. 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-...ScreUry
W. M GRAHAM Auditor
W. F. ALLEN Dlrettor
ALBERT RAAS Director
The President, Vice-President and Treas
urer are ex-officio members of the Board
At a meeting of the ame corporation
held on the 5th day of December, 1899,
the following Directors were elected, viz.:
A. W. VAN VALKENBURG Dlrwtor
W. M. GRAHAM Dlrecttr
A. W. VAN VALKENBURG,
Honolulu, H. I., Dec. 6th, 1E99.
A Special Meeting of the MAUI FISH
ERY COMPANY will be held at the of
fice of E. II. Bailey (Custom House)
Kahulul, at Jo a. m. MONDAY, Dec
ember 18th, 1899. Important business
will be transacted.
Per Order W.T.ROBINSON,
Wnlluku, Maul, Dec. 2, 1899,
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.'sBank, Honolulu, on the istdayof
December. The shares upon uhlch any
assessment may remain unoald after'
thirty days from said date will be declar
CHAS. H. ATHERTON,
Secretary H. R. T. & L. Co.
Honolulu, Dec 1, 1899. 1392-tf
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