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THE EVENING BULLETIN; HONOLULU, H. I.. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, .900.
Jas, F. Morgan
-S3 Queen Streot
ON KING STREET,
TVhkli takes place at salesroom of JAS.
F. MORGAN, Queen St.,
'Tmerrow, December 1st, I960
AT 11 O'CLOCK, NOON.
Property Is between the residences of
JArs. Kate L. Vlda anil Mr. Paul Neuma--.
Frtntageof 152.5 ft. on Kins street, 152.5
It m S'oung street, and 29).) ft. deep,
An tlec nt dwelling house on thi pro
perty. Jas. F. Morgan,
You Can Be.
As Cool As
A Cucumber I
if you paint Vour iron roof with "ARABIC." Us the
wonder of the age, and we gua antee you will be pleased
if you trv it. '
We have just received a lare shipment and can
supply all orders. Anyone can apply it, and it is inex
Sole Agents. Queen and Nuuanu ct.
j6wrjjyw;M'ww,ArMMJs.i y, BrWiviarS
the best in J f " .' -SfimSWi
seventy years ffl 'M
;V. E. PEACOCK & CO., LTD ,
Attracted by the promise of an ex
cellent program, perhaps the laigest
crowd that the Orpheum has yet held
turned out last evening. There were
many new faced nmong the crowd and a
good many familiar ones, that hno,rru:
been seen there for many weeks,
The management promised n clean
and clever entertainment and lived up
to their word, the whole of the olio Was
first class and of a thoroughly metro
Mabel I.e Claire, the first of the new
arrivals ttf appear created nn excellent
Impression. Hhe Is a beautiful woman
with a beautiful olce. There Is Just a
trace uf a foreign air about her, just .1
trace of a foreign twist to her enun
ciation that only adds piquancy. Her
voice Is powerful and of good compasu.
full, round and sweet In every wj.
Alice Raymond was received with an
ovation upon her entrance which was
redoubled the first time she paused for
breath. Her playing shows her con
summate mistress of her Instrument.
Attack, fire, feeling, power and qualliy
of tone nre nil there, cerybody In the
audience keeps time to the rising, prt
falling rhythm of her playing. She
was, while nil were excellent, the
bright, particular star of last evening.
Mr. Kurkamp has tho fortune to own,
aside from an excellent tenor, n molt
pleasing appearance. Ills first song
was somewhat marred by the Impossi
ble ocenn view that was set behind him
and a little too much energy by the
man with the lightning, but he over
came the situation nnd cstnbllsheJ
himself as n faorlte. The Holy City
was a delight, while the dramatic
handling of the "Ship I I.ove" nnd "The
man behind the dun" showed his ver
satility and the suppleness of a lyric
Ida Howell "the pansy lady" was an
good terms with her audience befoie
she commenced to sing. Ida Is n son
brette, she has verve nnd chle, she
winks nn eye, flashes an ankle nnd
sings her ballads in an nlry, Jolly style
that Is decidedly fetching. Sho was
most daintily costumed also. Ida has a
reputation for coon songs, but kcrt
them out of last night's rcpcrtolro
thinking probably that the "Ixjbstcr"'
ditty would hold them for n while.
Hanlon nnd Singer arc magnificent
specimens of muscular manhood. They
went through a scries of extremely
difficult feats. The "held ocr" people
kept up their end, Conlon nnd IlytVr
drew a constant succession of laughs
from their local parody down to their
exit. Adams had to sing five songs be
fore they let him go. The program
was marked throughout by artistic ex
cellence , The German bark J. C. Glade- which
was towed Into port Wednesday by tho
Eleu, was out 140 dajs from firemen.
She presented rather a neat appearance
nfter so long n voyage.
Weather Unreau, Punohnu, No em
ber 30. Temperature Morning mini
mum, G9; Ml'day 'maximum, SO.
" llarometcr at 9 a. m. 29.97. Irreguhr.
IJcw Point SF.
Humidity at 9 a. m. TO per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, No-
ember 30. Weather clear; wind llgit
Thursday, November 28.
Am bk St Katherlm, Siundus, trom
S F, live stock and central md-e.
Am br e W U rw In. uenerant. from
S F, machfner and central mdse.
stmr Keaunou, luuett, trom nauai
Stmr J A Cummins, Seaile, from Koo
Frldav, November 30.
Am shirt Jas Nesmlth. Warner, from
Newcietlt, coal for O R At L Co.
slmr Noeau. Wvman. from Kauai port):
1500 bags A sugar, 17 bags beans, 00 bigs
laro, 1 pkgi corn.
Per stmr Keiuhou. from Kauai ports.
Nov 29 - Miss Grace Farmer, II P Smith,
11 1. HOW.
Per brie W G l-wln, from S F, Nov 29
Mrs Aulco, Miss Evans, Mrs A M Hart,
1 Mendoiiity, KU wrignt, t- J Kiuen'
Per S Marlrosu, Huge s, from San
Francisco, Nov 28-W H Bailey and wife,
Miss M H Uallev ind malJ, L. llnltr. Hen
Uruns, Chas e Bryant, (-apt II I- Chap
man, J K Farley, C H H Fowler, E T
Hall, Mrs C Hedemann and child, F Hus,
lace and wife. Miss M Jamleson. I'S Kav
Jas Kldwell, Prcf Koehele and wife, mast
er Koebele, Fergus F MacWIIkle, Miss H
Mcartny, a h aaci-artny, Mrs MiMcma
mara, H J Nolte, Mrs P Pe.k, MIm fc"
Peck, Miss M Pck, Miss S Peck. Miss
Poston. T B Richard and wife. A Robin
son, J G Rothwell, V R Spalding and
wife, A A rueblood, C M Walton, wife
and son, Miss L Ward, Alex Young.
Per S S Mariposa, Rogers, for Pago
Pago and Sydnev, Nov 29 J H Bojth,
Mason Mitchell. F R Uallett. R Deekln, II
Estlnghausen, C A Flele and wife, W W
Funge, Jr, E C Wilson.
BoIiIIcph Arrent a Native
Hnle, a native, is now nt the pollco
station nwnttlng trial for the alleged
entering of the home of Mrs. Leinmon
In Walklkl last night. The man wns
caught by a couplo of soldiers from
Camp McKlnley ns ho wns about to
Jump on a car hound for town.
It appears that theso soldiers wt-ro
seated near tho terminus of tho tram
car lino when a oung man of the
neighborhood ran up and told them
someone had entered the I.emmon
house. It was not long nfter this tint
Hale came running out of the darli
He was nations nnd wild eyed nnd tho
soldiers, suspecting him to he the mai.
caught nnd took him to the I.cmm.m
"house where ho wnB nfterwards taken
In charge by the police.
Fine Job Printing: at
Tlitre will be a Special Meeting of Oahu
LoJge iNo. i, K. of P., this (FRIDAY)
evening at 7:jo p. m., at Cattle Hall.
Work In the Third Rank.
l7oo-it K. of R. st S.
THE POSTPONED ANNUAL
meeting of the Hlanl Yacht and Boat
Club will be held on Saturday evening,
December I, 1900, at 8 o'clock, fcr the
election of officers for the ensuing ear.
G. H. GERE.
Honolulu, Dec. 29, tyco. 1700-2
it. in tht (oittmm witt hi inttrttd s
It ttntt 4 tint tnt tmurHom: it ttntt turn
itttif M ttntt cm with, 40 ttnf two tittkt
ni 60 ttntt cnt montb. Itit it tbt tbtmbttt Jtr
htint 9Vtr,nftrtJ tit fitoplt 9 Henttnl.
BARGAINS IN JEWmY-you cn rt ilmt
M.K LICA5. mi Mo'tl SL Fine Enmavln.?
nj n j meting dnne. iM
OTICG TO BUILDERS-The Union Ejpress Co
l7ANTED-Ttile slealy Jrlvers for light deliver!
"' wagons, at once R. W Atkinson, Magoon
XANTED lirard anJ room bytwo young man.
vv Prints family prefereJ AJJrt t a. t. M ,
care this office.
UANTED" Young man as Tt III Clark In holesa a
vv grocary house. Must be a ro'd penman, quick
ani correct a' figures, Addtess In own hand wrung
with refere ces "X" care thts offire. ifol'tw
CMPLOYER; OF LABOR TO REGISTER
a- VCAT rOSITIOtlS, B. W ATKINSON, BOOM
It, MAdOOl BUILPINO
POSITIONS lor Select Female Help. R. W. Alkln
' son. Room it, Magoon BullJIng.
SALESMEN. BOOKKEEPERS. CLERKS. ETC.,
to Rerlster with R. W. Atkinson, Rojm it, Ma
ANTf D A partly furnished e or J room cottage
wimN warns r J. D. loo. reot-lw
X ANTED Ten ) oung men or young women to
- icarn teiegrapny and act as operators rortne
Wlre'ess Telegraph S stent. Apply F. J CROS4
tfrai-tf Magoon Building.
WANTED-ENCRAVINO AND ENAMELINQ,
W M F, LUCAS, eos Hotel St. iMa
WANTED-WATCHES to repair hy (eweltr ofji
years experience. O.DIETZ, ,tr Nuuanu St
OLD PAPERS TO EXCHANGE for clean Cot
ton Rags. Appply at Bulletin Office. I Wtf
THP Owl" LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM-
Oysters served n the shell only Try his
riBoui nam ana egg aanuwrcnes ana i,onee (flr
Nuuanu and Hte' streets. WM. LUCAS, Proprietor
TO LET Nicely furnished room with use of parlor,
with prtvate family. Apply 19. Biretanla street
near pumping station troo-iw
COR RENT-Bav window mom, furn'shed for
gentleman Address "A. ' at this Office. t6o8iw
rO RENT Furnished room. CarJen Lane. Enquire
of Mrs McConnel, Garden Lane. 8-tl
TO LET Furnished room onlv St month. 6,6 Vln
' yard street, I coors f.om Qen Hotel. i(oo-iw
UOUSETO RENT on the corner of Miklkl and
11 Wilder Avenues, apply on premises 16,6-im
FOR RENT Two rew Prick stores, best location
In the city, trench plate show windows. Inquire
ai in new r-ngianq paaery, rioter 31 lOTptr
F)R SALE A secondhand Remlng nn Tpewrlter
In RoolonJIIon. tall at Pacific C.ciery. oo-iw
:OR SALE-Four lots. Ilobron st . Karahulu. Wal
' klkl. Ssooeach. Jffll Barber, 41 King St. r,9-ll
COR SALEORRCNTC EAP-A vervfinellallett
&, Davis Llan, good as new. Address H. D
this nince. t6o9tt
rOR SALE-FIRST-CLASS SADDLE HORDES.
CAIT. A A ITJ1. l6qs-tf
COR SALfa A lar? down town Warehouse A
centrally located Lodging Houte and ctttape.
Business Property In heart of cttv residence property.
HfcNWY WArtMiruE tt CO itot-tf
FOR SALE OR REVT-A ) ac e Lot In Nuuanu
Vallty.Hlth large House and Several Cottages.
HENRY WATERH6.USt t t O. i6gj.tf
THE b-l scent cigar In ton Is the "COLONEL"
to be had at fie Myrtle Cigar Store next toOr-rh-um
All kinds of Manila clears a specialty
PR "SaLlr-One Smith Premier typewriter, as
good as new for sale cheap. Inquire of A. T.
iv. room so . jrjj nmuing. loau-M
NEARLY NEW, UPRIGHT PIANO for sale at a
birgala. Apply its Biretaila street, near
Pumping Station. i6,s tt
COR SALE OR HIRE Tent, sixi6, 6 ft. wall,
' suitable to-luau or mettlngs. R, V. ATKIN
SON. Magoon Uloclc. Merchant SC
FOR SALE CHEA. , (Vet lots, loosioofeet, at
Kamtklt also-f tease one Storv House of I
reoms. with gtounds scostoo large stable ad ser
vants' rnomst also e Houses ana Lots on Young
street. Arp y to H. CORM .M. at Grlnbaum Jr Co..
Ouen street. t6r6-tmo
nOR SALE Jo. Futnllureof 5rocmed cottage
neartowi, with privilege of renting cottage.
WILLIAM SAVIDGE (V CO.,
m6 Merchant St.
FOR SALE-LOTS In "alarm near town. All slice
and prices. Apply to
WILLIAM SAVIDGE It CO..
e6 Merchant St.
COR SALE S4000. Leasehold on Queen $ rett.
t near Honolulu Iron Works. 14 years to mn.
Splendid Warehouse Location.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE, & CO.,
so6 Merchant street
FOR SALE A pair of black coach horses formerly
the property of Wm. U Irwin, fcsa. Apply tc
James Catty. American Stables. Merchant and Rlch
ards street. . i6u-lf
COR lALb-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
CITY. By J. M VIVAS nl.
LOST A Round BaJg with a Bowling Emblem on
It. A libera reward li oflereJ for the return of
fame to this office. i6q6-iw
I OSTA piece of hirnen on Klne street between
- tht Government IlulUlnr anJ Wklkl Annex,
T.nJer pleat return same to tht UNION TEED CO
ani receive rewarJ. i6g)U
I OST-IIay Hone lust at Miklkl SunJav. Urg
- tear on throat, fat condition. A reward If return
eJ to II. I. ROTH. lAoa-'w
I OST a cold enameled pin; mono f ram U. S.a 96
- In crimson and gold. Finder pleaw return to
thle otftct and receive reward tf.
pOUND-A pune found n Pacific Heights E'ectr c
war, iHiiHiKirineviy K.n re naa r owner
rsriitvln -s nrniuelu asnl ..,. I..1S.1. ...1.. Is
lie I "U ' ' r 7ma, iwi 11111 nuiitr. nrutv,
firing txu lioc.il
rrOL'ND-At corner of Kim? ttrevt end Walklkl
I roid. an t8 K cold weddine rlne Finder can
nit lime bv calling n thliofrtct anipaylntrc t
of aicMilng iM-tf
COUND A fine .ut board marked "B" was found
near me uu may inif morning, ull Inform
at Ion ctn be had at ih'ft oftict by paing com of ad-
LTOUND-A BUNDLE OF BLACKCRAPE on Hotel
1 s'reet oppoilte the Arlington Owner can obtain
same at this offi.e by palng for this advertisement
Heidsick Dry Monopole.
George Goulet, Extra Dry.
Jules Mumm & Co., Extia Dry.
IN QUARTS AND PINTS, AT
F. A. Stater & Co's
NEW 8TBAMBR COMING.
The new Btcamer of the Inter-Iulnnd
Co., exclusive news of which wns pub
lished In ibeFJulletln some time airt),
will be launched on or about December
1st and will be ready to start for this
liort during the latter part of the sarno
month or early In the beginning of
January. Tho Inter-Island Co. peop.u
have decided to call their new boat
the ifhnnlel nfter that place on the
Garden Isle. She will be put on one
of the KnuaLruns.
The steamship Alameda of the Ocean
ic Ste.mifelilp Co, arrived at Auckland
at 6:30 p. ni. on Nov. 20th.
The Finist Gas Bicycle
E. O. HALL & SONS, Ltd.
Sole Alien ts (or Hawaiian Islands.
We are not Selling Furniture
On The Installment Plan
But you can
Save 25 per cent
by buying your furniture for cash at
A BIG STOCK OF NEW GOODS
Just received by recent vessels.
Bedroom Sets, Sideboards. Tables, Chlf
x fonlers. Chairs. Rockers, Baby Carriages,
Bureaus. Ice Chests and Refrigerators,
American and Hawaiian Flags, Btc.
Selling Agents for
S. W. LBDERBR, Proprietor
FOR SALE BY
Metropolitan Meat Go
I JUST ARRIVED ! m
Collar and Cuff Boxes,
8TOP IN AND SEE THEM.
HrtiMrk! in it rkDiir rAMnss.it
k ,. sswisvut,sj
VSSj A. H. OTIS. Von HorVBlock. Kint? StrMt. n. A . Ri.rtwlr
Terra Gotta Pipe,
same as Is used In the City Sewerage
System. All sizes on hand with
necessary fittings ; also
Laundry Tubs, Etc.
LEWEfiS & COOKE.
6et of 5 maps, $2.00
50 CENTS EAGII
On sale at office of . . . r
THE . . .
Fine Job Printing at the bulletin
WV -. m 4
d' .- r4
ONLY $2.50 EACH.
MACNEALE & URBAN SAFES.
DAY BUILDING. BEREfANIA ST,
NEAR FIRE STATIOI.
BTJRNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
Comer King and Bethel streets.
PROPERTY FOR SALE
In All Parts ol the City
House and lot Manoa valley; lot loox
200, good house, stables and servants'
quarters, electric lighted, etc.
House and lot, Kallkl; lot 99X100, 6 room
house, with out buildings, etc; easy terms
on gooJ street.
Six Choice Lots, Kaplolanl Park addi
tion; on easy terms, $25 down, balance on
House mil lot, King street ; lot 60x120,
good house, terms easy.
Houses to let, and lands fur sale or lease
in au pans or me city or Islands.
of Holiday Goods.
i a " v.wtt iiivMi
75cts. per month
, & Co.
STOCK and BOND BROKERS
FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS
Careful Attention given to
and OfflCB Fnriillt.ro
In stock, or ordered from
ERFECT JI ULlifrtOMJ 2000,
RIOTING i Prepared to fill or.
10DUCED T tiers until 4 p. m.
I0MPILY ' Saturdays. . . .
rha MERCANTILE PRINTING
turner ol Fort Street.
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