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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1900.,
Jas. F. Morgan
The schooner J. I). Tallant departed
from Plsngua for Kalmlul.
Tlie band will give a concert this af
ternoon on hoard the transport Sheri
dan. The ship I. T. Chapman from Hono
1 E. 0. Hall & Son,
V-.W If ttnlt a hut ont (..-..; If ttnlt IV
inttrtionl! d ttnll tint vrttk, yo tlttlt flM It..
tni 60 ttnll Mt trortt. till It Ibt ttuttit aJvtr
tmne tut cfftrtJ tit fitoplt tf Howlntu,
II 83 Queen Strooi
ii a, . . W J
We are selling all Models Af 1000
svi'A i A I. .-vonci.s.
DARCIAiirt'kH JEWCLBY vou (an'nl lhm al
lulu arrived at New Yoik on Notcmher
U M.r ttCAS. wi llo-l M. Una Inttavlni?
aiyj rnamgiinK cnn..
THIS SPACE RESERVED
JAS. F. MORGAN.
J ho ship Standard Balled from gjn
l'raneisco for Honolulu "on the 12th
The O. 8. S, Mariposa Is due Wednes
day nnd the P. M. S. S. China Tuesday
fiom San Kranclsco.
"""here was considerable stir on tho
v.atfr front; Saturday, owing to the
urrl.nl of me transport aneriuan anu
the H M. S. Aorangl. There was also
considerable ncthlty nround lliu
wharves of the Inter-Island and Wilder
S. H. steamer lines.
The wharf at liana on Maul Is In a
very dep'orable condition, and unlets
Immediate steps are taken to make
the necessary repairs, It Is within the
raiiRt of possibilities that the good peo
ple of that section will be minus the
necessary wharf facilities. Another
storm will work sad havoc with this
I I'trucluro unless something Is done
nnd that without delay.
Masters of vessels sailing from thlii
poit for San Pranclsco will find there
11 brunch of the V. S. Hydrogr.iphle
OIIUp located In the Merchants' Ex
change, where Is maintained for thetr
1Hi1c.lt free of charge, complete seU
of charts and directions of the world.
Latest Information en 11 be obtained re-
curding lights, gangers to navigation
and nil matters of Interest tol ocean
Advices of the 4th Inst, from Phlla-
delcbln to the effect that the UrlttMi
Hcnmshlp Ilaron I.ldon and the stear.i
chip Ilaron lnenrdale, have nrrlvcd at
he Delaware Ureakwnter from Java,
Ilulblilng a race of 15,000 miles, within
four hours of each other. Tlio vessels
left Jnvn Sept. 1 for the Breakwater,
their course being via the Suez canal
the Mediterranean sea nnd the North
Atlantic ocean. Kach was laden with
5.00U tons of sugar. Kor days after
leaving Java the vessels were not In
sight of each other, but arrhed at Suc7.
about the samo time. After leaving
IVi t Said they did not sight each oth
er iintil the Delaware Ilreakwatcr wan
r.-ached. The Uaron I.ldon arrived
llMt, nnd the Uaron Inncrdnle four
. 1 m It p. m. p m, t tn
Mondiy.rtii, ,,.),.., it S!H t") m
Tin.J.y, t mil S on
Vt4nti4iy ,',.. 18 tint 9 ). 1 Jo
Ttiuri4.)r tl. ,9 9 19 M ll.fo 4.1, m
p. m a.m. ,,
Frliiy io ii.sq i 4 io.ii s 00,4)9
Saturday,, 'i i i. m ii.it ji 4
Sunday t o )i .. n 16 6.k ?.m
Monday ) i to 1 1 i.it .os S t
Last Quarter of the Moon on the 29th
at 7:05 n. m.
Hawaiian Standard Time Is 10b, 30m
slower than Greenwich time, belug
that of the meridian of 157 30. The
time whistle blows at 1:30 p. m., which
is the Bamc as Greenwich Oh, 0m.
Tides from the United States Coast
and tlcodetlc Survey Tables.
NOTICP TO PI IttirP-TlK tWor, ErM Co
hat WHITBSAM'KXSALB mill
EMPLOY EHS OF LABOK TO REGISTEK
vai.ait position k w atkihson, room
CAMPENTtRS tl telli lorpolllinllliK
W Atkinson. Room n, Magoon Hulldhg.
POSITIONS lot S.l.cl Famal- drip.
Hon, Room ii, Magoon tljlldlng.
R. W. Atkln-
SALESMEN. BOOKKEEPERS. CLERKS. ETC
io Rc.lwtr with R. W. Atkinson, Roam u, Ma'
WANT. D A partly tutnlinad a of room cottage
wanted Addroi P O. B. 160. itot-iw
WANTED Ten young men or yung women to
learn telegraphy and act at operator! for the
Wlre'en Telegraph S) item. Apply F.J tc
169111 Magoon Building
if F. LUCAS, to. Holil St.
WANTEDWATCHES to repair by lewelir ofji
' yeari experlenca. O. DlfcTZ, air Nuuanu St
hu done In Ih lUkands nf 1 iw
IT ' l PL".RI ITUbH. eni (or
IKitikLCT MJ 1." AJJles
riagnetlc l.laillc Truaa Co..
6j M.rkpl Street San I HAM Iv o
HONOLULU STOCK YARDS CO.,Ltd
A mtetlne of the stockholders In this
company will be held at the oltke of Jas.
F. Morgan, Honolulu, on Monday, Otc.
10, ifwo, at 2 o'clock p. in., for the pur
pose of acting on the pioposil to Increase
the capital stock. A full xttcnJance re
quested. JAS. F.MORGAN,
i&37-2t-Nov 26 Dec 9 Secretary.
Lodge Le Progres Del' Oceanic
' A &A.S. RITE.
THERE WILL BE A REGULAR
meeting of the above loJee at 7M3 o'clock
THIS (MONDAY) EVENING, at If
hall, Masonic 'I einple.
Members of Hawaiian LoJee No. 21 and
Pacific Lodge N'i S22 and all sojourning
brtthren are cordially InvlteJ to be present.
ByorJerofthe W. M.
E. B. FRIEL,
Prnjer Rcforc Election.
The CoiiKrcgntlonnllst published tlio
following "prayer before election:
"O Lord of Hosts by whom the nations
of the eai th are Judged In truth nnd
equity, presldo Thou In our election
and give us rulers and legislators after
Thlno own righteous will. Mercifully
help us In our responsibility of choice
. .Give to him who shall be president
the grace and leading of Thy holy
spirit that he may chose wise counsel
ors and study tho needs of the whole
people uhose chief servant Thou li.iU
uppolnted him to be. Che hl;a
strength, clenr vision, readiness to
learn and courage to decide. Guard
him fiom the snares and perils which
beset tho pathway of tho great. Help
all the people loyally to accept the
choice which shall be made In rever
ence foi Thee nnd for the law which Is
tliu earthly shadow of Thine author
ity." Public Opinion.
MOVEMENTS OF STHAMKHS.
Steamrs due and sailing for tho re
mainder of this and the whole of next
month are as follows:
Steamers. Krom. Due.
China 8. P. Nov. 27
Sonoma 3. P. Nov.
Hlo de Janeiro Yokohnma ...Dec.
Doric S. l Dec.
Coptic Yokohama Dec. S
Australia S. P. Dec. S
Nippon Marti S. P. Del-. 1.1
American Mnru Yokohama.... Dec. rt
Ventura S. P. Dec. i
Sierra Colonics ,. Dec. IS
Mlowcra Colonies Dec. 1!
Ulo de Janeiro 8. P. Dec. 11
Warrlmoo Victoria Dec. 22
City of Peking Yokohama... .Dec. 23
Coptic S. P Dec. 29
Australia S. P. Dec. 29
Steamers. Por. Due.
China Yokohama Nov. 2!
Sonoma Colonies Nov. W
Hlo de Janeiro S. P Dec. 5
Difrlc Yokohama :....Dec. o
Coptic 8. P. Dec. 8
Australia S. P Dec. 12
Nippon Marti Yokohama Dec. 13
American Mnru S. P. Dec. 13
Ventura Colonies Dec. 13
Sierra S. P. Dec. 18
Mlow era Victoria Dec. 1J
Ulo do Janeiro Yokohama ....Dec. 21
Warrlmo Colonies Dec. 22
City of Peking S. P. Dec. 25
Coptic Yokohama , Dec. 29
N. II. A United States Army Trans.
port may be expected from San Pran-
cIsco on the 9th and 21th of each month,
en rou to to Manila, unless route Is
changed by tho War Department.
ID PAPERS TO EXUUNGC for clean Cot-
ton Kaga. Apppiy at uuiietin umce. nio-ti
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -
Oysttrt tervel n the then only 1
rmou Mm nd Fkk SinJwTchrf tni Coff
Nuuinu and Httt' ttrects WM. LUCAS, Prorrfetcr
TOLHT FurnlthtJ room only fj month, ji6Vln
yfJ Strt't, Xt3t ,rom uSfn Hotel. ttg6'w
ROOMING HOUSD TO LET-The wconJ tory
rl ih Tirtlfory SuHm (luilllrtiri. cnnslsMn? rl
tt Uret roonn' nlth i bih ani w. c,
rUen ntmtefitt, noo
HOUSE TO RENT on ttit corner of Mikikl in3
Wilder Avenmt. rry on rretTll?. iftTim
FOR RENT Two rew trick itor. beit location
In therttv. frenrh e'tte now windows. Inquire
at th New LngUni botery. Hotel St i6tl
COR SALE-FIRST-CLASS SADDLE HORDES.
9A? A A ox' - i6-?Mf
COR SALE A Urge Jown town W-irehouo A
1 centrally locateJ LoJr-lne Mou and ottaft,
Fluilneii Prorertv In heart of c'tv reilJenct rrorertv
HENRY WA'FiVHntJE ft CO. tfqftf
The Cleveland is a Good Bicycle.
We are not Selling Furniture?
On The Installment Plan
But you can
Save 25 per cent
by buying your furniture for cash at
I. X. L.
A BIG STOCK OF NEW GOODS
FOR SALE OR REfcT-A 1 ace Lot In Nuuanu
Valliv. lth Larire Houte ani Several Cottage.
HENRY WATERHOUSt MO. t6o!-tf
THE bf'l 5 cent ctirar In town li the "COLONEl"
to r had at t ta Myrtle Clear Store next toOr
h'um All Uni. of Vawlla near, a .pylaltv
FOR !ALE-One Sm t"i Premier ijpe'rller. at
eoM a. new lor .aie cheap. Inquire of A. T
HROCK. room to , Ji JJ BulUIni; ifSo-tl
NEARLY NEW. UPRIGHT PIANO lor sale it a
biriraln. Apply jv8 B.retaila airett. near
Pumplnf Station. i6. tl
COR SALE OR IIIRE-Tenl, iii. 6 It. w.I .
r ullableloljauor me'llnga. R W ATKIN
SON. Magoon Block, .Merchant St
COR SALE ClltA
k'aimkl: alto I
.a t.i.al !.. aa Jaa. a.
ca. ere cStor House ol 8
romna. with itrojnda aoaioo (. stable atd aar
vanta rooms; ftlo a Ileuses an.. Lots on Your f
street. Apr'ytoH UOKMtAt, atfithbaum It Co
Qu.en attest. i6t6tm
FOR SALL J-co. rutnltureot j-rocmeJ cottage
near town, with prlvllece of renting cttage.
WILt KM SAVIDGE t CO..
6 M.rcharl St.
TOR SALE-LOTS In 'alamanear tdwn
anJ prices. Apply to
lhien'H G rn'r.
Ibsen's "Oliosta" was not nlloweil to
lie played In I.onilon ljy the Lord
Chamberlain. Tho French newspapers
huvo taken tho matter up anil attribute
the prohibition to Mr. Joseph Chamber
lain, who they announce In addition to
being Minister for the Colonics Is also
censor of players.' In an article head
ed "Chamberlain-Macbeth" the Dlx
Neuvlemo Slccle says: "Mr. Chamber
lain Is not fond of tho living, having
mado so many corpses whoso bonos
whltenat tho foot of thelkopjes of ttro
Transvaal nnd tho Orango Free State.
He likes ghosts still less, and IU not
allow them to approach him. A luckier
man than Micbeth, Mr. Chamberlain
has the power to prevent tho spectro of
Ilanquo from seating Itself at his bMl
Mr. Chamberlain Is u happy man." Vho
I.cho do Paris says "Chamberlain Is
brooming terrible. Ho Is declnrlng a
new war. This tlmo against Ibspn."
Huvo Buun Pound.
The same nay b: had ty ptl'citloo at
r'ls office anJ paymtnt of cwt$ of adver-
1 .1.1. a. .f ..
lisiu. nii ll
Weather Bureau, t'uualiou, Novem
ber 20. Temperature Morning mini
mum, 71; Midday maximum, 73.
ilnrometer at 0 a. m. 29.91. Irregular
lw I'olnt 72F.
Humidity at 9 n. m. 96 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, No
M'mlicr 20. Weather cloudy, wind
Sunday, Nov. 2., 1900.
Stmr ClauJIne. -MacdonalJ. from Miul
p its. 4 horses, 14 hogs, 80 pkj;s hides,
1:5 sacks potatoes. n3 sacks taro. 2-1O
s cks corn, 23O pkjs sundries.
..tini Len a, uennett, tcr MoloKal pins
2J5 sheep, 317 pick Ke sandrles,
Stmr Hawjai. Nicholson from Hcinkua
aiJ MjIoUjI ports. Cattle 49 head, 3,g0o
sacits Laupaiuieno! sugar, no p.ssencers
oas aciKoiicr sun rise, iNystrcm, irom
ICaual I ports. 303 bags rice, 20 bag taro,
31 bags sundries.
AM SAVIDGE It CO..
oo Merchant at
- near Hoioluiu Iron Works.
Leasehold on Queen i ret.
1 works. j vears to run.
SplenJId Warehouse Location.
PFI)-10 WILlalA.M 3AViL-ir, l..,
s6 Merchant street
" Just received by recent vessels.
Bedroom Sets, Sideboards, Tables, Chif
foniers. Chairs. Rockers, Baby Carriages.
Bureaus, Ice Chests and Refrigerators.
American and Hawaiian Flags, Btc.
MBW MACNEALE & URBAN SAFES.
S. W. LEDERBR, Proprietor AY D,5&DI?S,A ST'
I the tfotrcrtv of Wm,( Irwin, til. An
Jimti Cart, American Stitle. .Merchant ani klch
-A ratr nf Hack catch hones tormtrlv
the rrnprtyol Wm.U Irwin, bii. Arp'y to
ITOR SALE-UND5 IN ALL PARTS OF THE
1 CITY. ByJ.M VIVAS
LOST-A Round Ilidce Hlth a Bowlmjr Em Mem on
It. A llbrra rewaii I offer 4 forh r turn rf
am to tills ofiice. i6o6iw
LOST A rlece ot ftirnit.n Klnp tret bftwwn
tht Govern rntrnt UulIJin and Wa-k.M A;.n)t,
FlnJerpleai return same to the UNION I
and rrt-lve rarJ,
I 0l- bay Hone lott at .Mikikl SunJjy. lrc
kcar rm throat, fat conditio i. A reward If return
J to II. I. ROTH, it- w
LOST a cold enatnelfd p'n, tnonoirram U. S., 06
In crlmtonand cU Under pteaie return to
thlt office and receive reward
FOUND-At corner of King itrret and Walklkl
road, an t8 K cold wedding rlnir finder can
he time by calling at thli office and pi Inge t
of advertUIn? i68tf
FOUND A fine turf tuard marked 'B" wis found
near the 1111 lltroy thin mornlnr, Fulllnfnrm
atlon can be had at thlt office by paying costt of ad
erilnmcrt. 1669-1 1
CCUND-A BUNDLE OF ULACICCRAPE on Hottl
1 t'reet oppoiltc the Arlington Owner can obtain
tame at this office by paing for this advertlwmert
Last Week of the
A First-Class Program.
DON'T MISS IT.
PBICES-25, CO, 76c.
Mr. Arthur H-iwmII rj(.et ton of Ui
lata Lord Chief Jiutica, baa been ap-
nolnUxl County Court Juugo nt Ilatb
Ha la 19 yearn af ago and an of tlio
roungest man fiver raised to tlio bench,
If lila father Iina not Insisted that his
peerage should be only for Ufa tba
Hon.. Arthur Kussell would now Vi a
peer. . ,
Election o Officers.
The following wtro elected officers and
.'tractors of the KONA SUGAR CO., at
the aanusl meeting held Saturday, Nov. 24,
for the eniubg year the followlnj offictit
were elided: J. M. McCheaney, president i
W. L. Hopper and W.W.Hall, Vice proal
deati F. W., McChisnay, traatutar; B. O.
White, ScrtUry; J. E. Walker, auditor!
Cecil Browp, director.
E. O. Wbltt, Sacrstary.
Honolulu, Nov. M, io. l6oMt
BIcction of Officer.
At the adjourned Annual Meeting of the
itockbolden of WILDER'S StTEAHSHir
COM PANY, held on this date, the follow
ing officers were elected to serve during (be
ensuing i ear:
C. L WIGHT, Preeldent.
W. G IRWIN, Vice-President.
S. B. ROSE, Secretary and Treasurer.
W. F. ALLEN, Auditor.
The above officers, with E. D, Tanney,
W. Pfotenhauer and G. C. Beckley, com
prise the Board of Directors,
S. B. ROSESecretary.
Honolulu, Nov, 26th, 1950. "if-97-iw
Monday, Noy. 26, loco.
Gasschr. Malolo, elson, for Kallhl'
wal and Hanalll.
Stmr J. A. Cummins, Searle, for Wal
manalo, Kaneohe, Heela, Koalaej, Wala
hole and Punaluu. '
Stmr Lehau, Bennett, for Molokal and
Tuesday, Nov. 27, 1900,
U. S. T. Sheridan, Pier:;, tor Manila.
btmr Klnau, ParKer, Ullo and way
W. G. Hall, Thompson, for Luhalna
Mailel, Kona, Kau.
Stmr Mlkaliala, Pederson, Nawllllwlll,
Kotoa, Makaweli, Wlrne.i, ICckalu
Stmr IwaUnl, Gregory, lor Lalulna,
Stmr. ICeauhou, Mosher. for Hana
maulu, AhuUlnl Anahola, Kea.l:a.
Stmr Kauai, Bruhu, tor Eleele and Hana
Stmr. ClauJIne, McDonald,' for Maul
Per Slmr Lehua, from Molokal ports P.
McUne, wife and child. H. W. Beckley,
Mrs. Sorenson, Miss P.W. Beckley, L. H.
Dee, II, Meyers nnd wife, H. Evans, C,
H.Sawver, W. A. Heniha, 11. R. Hitch
cock, K. Tanagl, J. M Hewitt, W. R.
Foster, T. E. llobbs, 7 on deck.
Per S.S. Claudlne, from Msul ports II.
P.Baldwin. Mrs. C. H. D ckey. Mrs. G. D.
Waterhouse. Miss C. Aiexaueer, Mrs. W.
D. Alexander, Miss Crane, Dr. F. W.
McConkey, B. C. Campbell, F. Brlttaln
and wist, J. W. Vivas, M. A. Sllya, U.
Brack and wife, J. W. tCamakua, C.
Andrews, W. W. Rl.ker. W. A..McKay,
Ran O. r. Bosrson, T. R. Roblnitsn. Mrs.
O.O.Laoni, Mrs. r. E. Myers, Mrs. J.
H.Nal, Mrs. A. Cekela, Mltat. Kekela,
Mlaa Kaolkaal Kale, Mrs. M.Gorrsu, Mrs.
Oaa, Rev. J. Aklna, Yaaumoto, J. K.
Cahookala, D. H. tCabaulello, J. Keanedy
and wife, J, Duuao, C H. Dlckay, Kav.
S. ICapu, S. Fukuda, David Eldrliia, Jr.
Becky Ihltl, Helen llilhl, W. H. Corneiall
and 71 deck.
Far attar, doranjl, Qay, tram V
cuutut and Tlctorla: lira. M. D. Prlt
cbart), Mlaa X. H. Parke, Mm. Wal
bride. Unster Walbrtdge. Urs. Bllra,
A. Uabaon, S, Harrison, Q. H. Ocrrar,
D. A. CbUholm. W. N. Pullina, J. W. A.
Bryan, A. W. Jaqnea. R. McKay, M. II.
Jewett, A. Sherwen, A. V, Low, W.
Henry, R. W. Mulligan, F. J. Prlea, H.
H. Mace, H. M. Brcnler, A. McNIcoll,
J. Wllkle, W. Rogors, W. Winter, J.
navlil, It. M. Lindsay. J. Deo, W. How
nrt, Miss H.Tv. Merrltt.irrs. .Adams.
FOR SALE BY
Metropolitan Meat G
BTJRNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
Corner King and Bethel streets.
PROPERTY FOR SALE
Ir. All Paris ot tho City
Beautiful home, corner Pllkol and Lu
nalilo, two modem house', servants quar
ter, stable, etc.. nearly 21003 sa. feet of
land, grounds beautifully laid out. The
two houses are wired and modernly fitted,
will comirand monthly rental of Sioo, and
the whole may be had at 110,500, net cr
5: cents a s-i.are feet. Tills. Is the cheap
est and best Investment on the market to
day, will pav 10 per cent rer annum, on
f 12000, net above taxes.
Fine Job Printing at
riapa Soda Lemonade
Is It Good ? Well Just Try One!
Emmn Square Mimic.
Tho following progi iujn' has been nr
runged for tho band concert In Emma,
Square at tho usual tlmo tills evening:
Processional Schiller Meyerbeer
Reminiscences ot Verdi (.odfrey
Cornet Solo Sea FloNver .. Holllnson
(n) Llko Lehim. (b) Pua Plkake.
Miss J. Kelllna.
(c) Clua o Mnua. Ho Inlkl.
Mra. K. AIupul.
Selection Musical Review . ...Hlvlero
Fnntasla Andaluslnn Lovo Dienm
Intermezzo Snlomo l.oralno
Jersey Kevlow- The MoBqulto In-
. Tho Btr Spangled Banner.
Honolulu Drug Company,
VOIS MOLT BLOCK, 61 'Kins: St.
A. II. Otis. Otto A. Bierback.
The London Academy culls nttcntlon
to the fact that Cbaucer hua waited Ave
hundred yeara to b hononx) by the
city 'of London of which lie was a citi
zen nnd officer. A bant at bin. has been
placed In the gulldbaU. In Bouthnark
more elaborat honor was done to th
poet of Um Tbard, A memorial win
dow, ptUrtixg tb Ofcnirbw7 Filjrlms
iUrting from that ttw tot tb sbrlue
at 61 tCl.oma of Oenterberj, u un-
vtod by tr. Alfred AUn In Bt. B
rtar'i CcOtali.te sburcti a QttoDor H,
Ue Hn MStTtM(7 e Cbeiwr'S
tea, K asttUtfttMi ot UM OrtUrt
Uw tote motM a. tUnhtil
asfl UMUtuav ttUUUaa ot
tfce part' works. In tU aoza twOf
4oom seat ta tkt.CUC tlbrery arc
devotMl to U4 qvlMeouoary show,
the Orat two oontulnlng t0 volume
and colored reproductions of the teller
of the "Oenterbary Telee," frum the
M8 In tba possession of the Earl of
Klleumere. Public Opinion,
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
Terra Ootta Pipe,
same as Is used. In the City Sewerage
bysteni. All sizes pn hind with
necessary fittings ; also
Laundry Tubs, Etc.
STOCK and BOND BROKERS
FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS
"The reason I can't get along with
my wife Is she wants to tofer all our
differences to arbitration."
"Yes. She always wants to refer
disputes to her mother,"
LEWERS & COOKE.
Set of 5 maps, 82.00
0 CENTS EAOIl
On sale at office of , , .
THE . . .
Fine Job Printing at
Careful Attention given to
and Offlca Furniture
In stock, or ordered from
IRFTCT TiaLiaHnunu iuuu.
IIHT1HG 1 Prepared to till or.
EODDCED T ders until 4 p. m..
BOMPTLY Saturdays. . . .
Tbs MERCANTILE PRINTING
Corner of Fort Street.
The Evenlne Bulletin, 7t tnta par
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