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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., SA.TUliDAl DH013.UUKU 16, 1SUW.
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H AWAII A. 3ST OPERA HO USE.
LAST FIVE PERFORMANCES!
Boston Lyric Opera
'luesJav, December ioth-F,AUST Mrs. Annls Montague Turner m Marguerite
Thursday, December atst .! SONAMBULA
Saturday Matinee, December 23rd :";:r.v.V.';,;',u!;I?!1N E.
Stturd.iy Nlfiht, December 23rd PRINCESS OF TREBIZONDE (Comic)
tsBi Farewell Bill !
CAVALLEMA RUSriCANA-Complete. Parewe.ll to Andrews, McNeil, Leekley,
and Parmelv. ..,,. ,.
Second Act FRA DIAVOLO, introduclnc the great sextette from "Lucia." Farewell
to Stanton, Hallam, Htnderson and Kunkel.
First Act BOCCACCIO-Complcte, In which the entire company will appear.
Miss Stanton will sing "Llke-a-no-Llke.
Henderson and Kunkel In new specialties. .,., ,.
FINALE -The entire organization will sing "AULD LANG SYNE."
The wonderful antiseptic and disinfectant.
Bubonic, or the Black Plague, is contracted through the
blond from cuts or abrasions of the skin, or is taken through
the respiratory organs by inhaling.
This preventative, Electrozone, can be applied externally,
or can be used as a mouth wash, thus absolutely preventing
the formation of the deadly bacilli. For. regular disinfectants,
which are always necessary, we have CHLOROZONB,
PURIFINE, CHLORIDES, and the commonly
known CHLORIDE OF LIME.
We Are Still Movingz
We have torn one warehouse down and are clearing the gosJs out of
another as fait as w e can.
Our moving sale last week on Bicycle Lumps was a great success, we
hae cleaned 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 Cluinless Bicycles 75-
Columbia Chain Bicycles 55-
Hartford Chain Bicycles 40.00
Vedette Chain Bicycles '30.00
This offer only applys to our present stock lilcli we do not wish to
ha e to move, when they are 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 Chainlets Columbia by the day week or month.
E. 0. HALL&lON, Ltd,
Cor. JJ'ort and Kjliiq: Sts.
Columbia anil Humbler Agontn.
f ir-m.m'Z' vtoqv
THIS BRAND IS SIMPLY OWING;-
TO THE OATS BilNSROASTl
WHILE ALL OTHER BBJUIDS'W,
STEAMED. THE ROASTIM
HIVES fi PECUUHN
WVTOfHSANrKANCISCO.CAL AS GOOD
Must Be Sold!
Linen Crash and
White Duck Suite.
HOP WO & CO.,
King, near Union Square.
iiiii 1 n Cffi
I. X. L. Hack Stand
m I, X. L. Hack Stand
HNf Telephone No. 84, is not quar-
KV , antined ! All orders received will
K be promptly attended to.
3p,v Corner King and Nuuanii streets.
HnSR ' 4"-)f
Honolulu Drug Co.,
Von Holt Block, King St.
-t42- tf,VK 11
JOT t JUS!
Special Meeting of the
A special meeting of the Medical Asso
ciation of Hawaii Is tailed for Saturday
evening, at 8 o'clock, nt the Pacific Club
for the purpose of discussing the present
situation. All members of the profession
are earnestly requested to be present Irre
spective of membership.
C.L. GARVIN, M.D.,
Secretary M. A. H.
CHAS. B. COOPER, M. D
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, 1809. Important business
will be transacted
Per Order W. T. ROBINSON,
Wnlluku, Maul, Dec. 2, 1899.
T?f 'O'f "' '" '" totuttn teill bi intttttd at lit'
VV-j aliKi first inurlhn; to ctnlt tetond iattt'
Uonf yo uttti a tuek and w ctntt a montb. 7 hit It tbt
ebtaptitadvtrtitiattvtr ojftttd tbtfeofli of 'Honolulu,
FOR SA1 r $o CIve1anJ b'cyde for $jo,
It, ObSIO, DULLLTIN ofilce.
ROH SALE 300 live fat tutkc nJ joollicfat
r Noostcts, ru.lt to tc dtllvctcJ In any unci
Hit city. J. N.WRInirr.
Telephona 8j6. i-w
COR SALE CHEAP, 1 wconi-hanJ ptiatton, 1
stcond-hanl wienn. t MConJ-hanl tNKEJ'.
Apply to P h. VIDA at Union fee J Co.
FOR SALC-O00J Ml kin Cows and Heifers,
also centl hortes, milk waeon anJ milk
ian. Aprly to A. A. MONTANO, Manoa
R SALE-LANDS IN AIL PARTS OP THE
CITY. DyJ. M.V.VAS. tjif
COR SAlE-DEAUTirUL HOME IN NUUANO
VALLEY. AJJreM no)!, v u.
FOR SALE A new COTTAGE ol elht rooms anil
bath; crounJi nicely laid out; liable ani out
One lot 75 x t: ater laU on; ornamental trees,
etc One comer lot. 75x115
All on Colleie street. Tor further particulars
apply to V. M. CUNNINGHAM, nt the Tavorlte
WANTED bns to help In tbc Uake shop. New
England Oakery. itoj-rt
ANTED Younc man (Hawaiian). Aprly THE
ninnvrn.iuikj ijiiwu.vi .... j.
To rurchase a Mcond'hanJ Remlnt
ton TTewrlter In coJ repair,
UANTED-POS1TION of any Tclnd by younc
' man with fourvears experience bookkeeplnir.
Address J. A. care of BULLETIN office ' 1 yn-sw
11RITING AND ACCOUNTING DONE accurate-
ly; moderate rates. MR. MUM, care People's
ErpressCo; or General Delivery.!'. O. imi-H
EMPLOYMENT WANTED by a good Japanese
Cook having long; experience. Address "OKA,
P. O. Box 874. tJ73
.COMPETENT GERMAN GIRL WANTED for
V general housework and care of children. Refer-
ences required. Apply O. M.. Bulletin office i6a
X7ANTED 500 Men to t shaved for 15c. (white
W fc.rK.r. II. IFrfS ttC rrl tr.(. nrn.
Club Stables ttoo-tf
TO LhT j New Cottaees at Punahou, nearly com
Dieted, readv to occuov January 1st. loco.
Several Cottaccs on Kings not far from town on
A Residence at Walklklon tie beach, Immediate
possession Riven. Aprly to
No. io Fort street. N
CURNISHED ROOM-Only K a month. Private
I family, 610 Vineyard street, 3 doors Queen Hotel
THE ALOHA KOOMINO HOUSE, Fori St. Best
rooms and attendance In clly. t))t
A sale of Bamboo and .Lauhala articles
will take place at the Kawalahao Semi
nary on TUESDAY EVENING, Dec
ember 19. M04-2t.
Grand Comedy Farce, Entitled
By the Orpheum Stock Company.
LA PETITE RIALTO,
Assisted by '
JULIUS H. RIALTO.
In Serpentine Electrical Terpslchorean
The Aerlel Artist
Performing Feats of Strength on the
A. Dash of Sunshine.
In Laust Coon Songs.
A Big Feature,
LILIAN F. SMITH
The Champion Rlfl- Shot of the World
Assisted Dy 1-kank.l,. siyuih.
Exhibiting Their Championship Feats of
Rapid and Sciei title Shooting.
Popular Sketch Team,
BOGGS AND HAEWARD.
"A GAME OF CARDS."
The Popular Comedian.
Assisted by His Daughter EDITH In an
"MY COUNTRY COUSIN."
-Change of Program Mondays and
Family Matinee every Saturday, at
2:30 p. m.
Oeneral Admission, esc and 50c.
last six rows for chlldicn under ta jears, roc.
Reserved Chairs. 50c.
Seats can bo booked by ringing up Telephone ;o
NOTICE TO CORPORATIONS,
In conformity with Section 2024 ot
the Civil Code, nil Corporation are
hereby notified to mako a full and ac
curate exhibit of tho stato ot their af
fairs for the year ending December HI,
1899, such exhibit to bo filed In the In
terior Department on or before the
31st day of January, 1900.
Blanks for this purposo will be far
nlsbed upon application to tho Interior
Upon failure of any-corporation to
prcsont tho exhibit within tho tlmo re
quired, tho Minister ot the Interior
will, cither himself or by ono or more
commissioners appointed by him, call
for tho production ot tho books and
papers ot tho corporation nnd examine
Its oDicers touching tuo arrears,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Ofllco, November 11, 1899.
l aJJitional Shipim Ne.i se. seventh Bag.
Weather Uiircau, Punahou, Dec. 1C.
- Tompcrnluro Morning minimum,
C7; Midday maximum, Kl.
Haiomcter nt 1 p. m. 2!.93. Irregular.
Dew Point C8 V.
Humidity nt 0 a. m. 7.1 per cent.
Dinmoml Head Signal Station, Dec.
16. weatnrer ciouuy, wmticaim.
Friday, Dec. IS.
Sclir. Golden Oato, l'aliln, from Molo
knl. U. S. A. T. Centennial, Eagles, from
Snn Francisco, December 5: stock to
United States Quartermaster.
Am. blitn. Irrngard, Schmidt, 16 days
from San Francisco: 300 hogs, 48
hones nnd mules, 2 doer, 4 cows, to
Honolulu Stockyards; 1,000 tons mer
chandise, to F. A. Schuctcr & Co.
Saturday, Dec. 1G.
Stmr. Ko Au Hou, Mosher, from Na
wlllwlll, with passengoro nnd 3,930 bgs
sugar, 7 pkgs sundries.
From NawlllwIH, por stmr, Ko Au
Hou, Dec. 10. Mrs. C. M. Cooke, Mhs
13. Watcrhouso, Wm. Ecrlowltz, J.
Friday, Dec. 15.
Am Itktn. S. N. Castle, Hubbard, San
Stmr. Nllhau, Thompson, Lahalna
From San Francisco, per bktn. Irrn
gard, Dec. 1C. Dr. Davis, Miss Kntz.
THE DAY'S STOCK REPORT
American Sugar pd .... 120
Ewa 27 27
Hawaiian 222 229
Honoknn 32 32
Knhuku 150 1C0
Klhcl as 8 8ft
Konn as v .. 45
Maunalcl ns 15
McUrydo pd 19
Onlm pd 185 187
Oookala 17 17
Olan pd 14 1G
Pacific Mill 300
Pioneer Mill 215 225
Wnlalun ns 81 8G
Wnlmea Mill 130
Wilder S. Co 120 150
Hnw'n Elcc 187
Mutual Telo 17
O. R. & L. Co 180 200
People's Ico 200
Hnw'n Govt. Gs ,. 101
Haw'n Govt. 5s 100
Today's session This morning 10
Klhcl, 8; 20 Ewa, $27.1C; 10 Klhcl,
J3.25; 10 Oahu, 1180.
Uetw eon Boards Yesterday after
noon 10,00 Haw'n Govt. Gs, ?101.25.
Am. S. S. Talula.
The ocean going stiam launch re
cently received by tho Maunalcl plan
tation pcoplo was glvon Its baptism
yesterday at tho Honolulu water front.
Tho handsome llttlo craft was duly
named Talula, In honor of- Mrs. F. II.
Hayseldcn, who brolto tho customary
bottlo over tho bow. To Insure against
all mishaps In tho futuic, both chnm
pagno and soda water wero used for
tho christening. Those In attendance
for tho ceremony and who cheered for
tho launching and the silk American
Hag given by Mrs. Hayseldcn, were:
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Hayselden, Walter
Hayseldcn, E. R. Blvcn, A. V. Gear
and T. F. Lansing.
Tho Talula, which has compound
engines and uniplo coal bunkers and
tho horse powor for a cood speed, Is to
piy uctween tins port, Labalna. Maul
nnd Maunnlel plantation. She will
carry parcels nnd passengers and Is to
bo rigged with two masts and a bow
sprit. Tho Tnlula will go Into com
mission In two' or thrco weeks.
Tonight the Orphcutn resumes Its
function of catering to publlo amuse
ment. The program will bo a lively
0110, calculated to dispel the blues and
relegate tho memories of tho past few
days Into tho receding nhades of obli
vion. The Rlaltoa will show In ser
pcntlno and electric dance, the Smiths
In phenomenal rlflo and revolver prac
tice, whllo tho regular company will
airman rarco and fun and a genoral
"THE LOSS OF GOLD IS GREAT;
Tho loss of health is more." Health
is lost by neglecting to keep tho blood
pure, but It is gained by purlflng, en
riching and vitalizing tho blinl with
the great health restorer .Hood's Bar
Baparllln. Thousands who thought
health had been permanently lost have
been mado perfectly well by taking
this great medicine. Your experience
may do the same. , '
Hood's Pills are gentle, yet alwnys
Constantinople, Dee. 5. Private ad
vices received here report that the
Kurds liavo avenged tho recent incur
sion of Russian Armenians in the
Alashgcrd district in Turkish Armenia
by pillaging the Armonlan vlllago of
Kostur and massacring three hundred
of Its Inhabitants,
, WEDDINasIATION.ERY, Engraved
II. F. WIOHMAN.
Tho Evening Bulletin, 75 conts per
-33 Queen Stree
The holders of the Mannalcl Sugar
Co., Ltd., stock, hereunder described,
nro hereby notified that tho second and
third, assessments of 10 per cent each,
on said stock is duo and unpaid, nnd Is
If tho amount ot said assessments
with interest thereon Is not paid 011 or
beforo -Thursday, December 28th, nt 12
o'clock noon, nt tho ofllccs ot Gear,,
Lansing & Co., Honolulu, tho said
shares will bo sold nf Public Auction,
at tho nbova hour nnd date, nt tho
salesroom of Jas. F. Morgan, 33 Queen
street, Honolulu, as follows.
Cert. No. Shares
15 , IS
C2 : 45
100 7 10
119 -. 10
3GG i 20
3G7 .... 20
A. V. GEAR.
Treas. Maunnlel Sugar Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, Dec. 14, 1899.
On MONDAY, Dec. 18th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 33 Queen street. Ho
nolulu, I will sell at Publlo Auction, by
order of Mr. Frank Hustaco, Treasurer
ot tho Kamalo Sugar Co., tho following
certificates of stock in tho Kamalo Su
gar Co., unless tho delinquent assess
ment, with interest thereon, is paid bc
foro tho day of sale.
Ctf. Shrs. Ctt. Shrs.
1 25 289 GO
290 CO 60S 25
609 25 i21 Ju
622...... 15 -139 20
440 20 411 20
442 20 413 10
444 10 70 25
718 25 72G GO
731 10 2M 100
252 CO 260 25
2G1 25 '111 CO
304 CO 315 60
300 60 307."..... 60
308 60 30J 25
370 20 371 20
372 20 373 20
374 20 GO 60
313 CO 311 GO
315 CO 316 GO
402.'..... CO 403 60
404 50 40U...... 60
413 100 318 COO
319 250 681 25
332 60 684 GO
1G5 25 311 25
205 1C0 408 GO
409 GO 410 60
411 50 691 10
592 10. 593...... 10
G94 10 G95 10
596 12 206 60
137 25 739 100
740 100 741 100
742 100 743 100
3G6 25 367 25
368 25 369 25
G 25 227 50
234 25 235 25
236 25 237 25
238 25 239 25
240 25 241 25
ladei mm Co,, Ltd
Dc mqiieni Sugar Stock
Pacific Import Co.
See advertisement on page 11.
PACIFIC IMPORT CO.
S. EHRLICH, Manager.
242 25 213 25
211...... 25 245 25
24G 25 247 25
218 25 219 25
421 50 422 SO
423 CO 424 GO
429 GO 497 60
101 10 102 10
103 10 104 10
105 10 415 10
410...... 10 417 G
4G.,..t. 25 89 25
201 GO 434 25
435 25 C04 10
425 CO 426 CO
,427.. GO 428 CO
659 CO C60 C
2 CO 24 25
25 25 29 25
112 100 10G 25
136 25 136 25
273 25 ' 274 25
C84 CO 660..,,,, 'G
661 G 662 G
663 G 664 6
303 25 445.... ,,100
606 GO 607 61
JAMES F. MORGAN,
BOARD OF HEALTH OFFICE, '
Honolulu, December IS, 1899. J
By order of the Board of Health the fol
lowing district of the City of Hono'ulu Is
placed In strict quarantine. All persons
are forbidden to either enter or leave the
same without a pass signed by Col. J. W.
Jones, commanding the First Regiment,
N, G. H.
The boundaries of the district quaran
tined are as follows: Beginning at a point
where the mauka line of Queen street
crosses Nuuanu street, thence up Nuuanu
street to Kukul street, Including both sides
of Nuuanu street, thence by the center tine
of Kukul street to the Walkikl bank of
Nuuanu stream, thence following said
bank of the stream to a line mauka of
King street bridge, thence across to Wal
kikl side of River street, thence along to
mauka line of Quden street, thence to
point of beginning.
HENRY E. COOPER,
I403-3U President Board of Health.
Holders ot water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are heroby notified
that tho hours for Irrigation purposes
nro from 6 to 8 o'clock a. m. and from
4 to 6 o'clock p. m.
Superintendent Water Works.
Approved by A. YOUNG,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, June 14, 189.
(Nine Different Views.)
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