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Tuesday, Nov. 21,. BOCCACCIO I Saturday Matinee, Nov. 25 PINAFORE
Thursday, Nov. 23."!.' CARMEN Saturday Night, Nov. 2,'. ERMINIE
Grand n-era I Comic.
HONOLULU COFFEE MILLS
PURE HAWAIIAN COFFEES,
(iics it. or "Rousted.
Large stock of Coffees fro.r. the Kona, Hamakua, Olaa Dis
tricts always on hand. Old Coltees a speciality.
1 "Aloha Collection of
The Best Hawaiian Souvenir
Comer I lotel and
Do you expect to car e a turkey ne.t month ? November Is the
p-oper month to do such things, and the Thanksgiving turkey will have
to be cut up. Then there will be the Christmas and New Years dinners
to be thought of, so after all II is about the right time to get that new
tt of Carvers you have been thinking about getting.
SVe have all sorts plain, fancy, cheap, medium and expensive, and
nn please you with the new stock in this line tint we have just-received.
A full line of table cutlery, also plated spoons, forks and knives.
Oor. ITort find Kino; Sts.
Farewell Week of the Favorites,
RAND, BYRON and RAND.
In Their Original Acrobatic Comedy
"THE AWKWARD FQUAD."
The Prince of Ragtime Comedians,
And His Hawaiian Babies. In
THE CAKE -WALKER'S DREAM."
Last Week of
In Catchy Songs.
The World-Famous Ventriloquist,
J. W. WINTON,
Introducing New and Novel Figures.
The Dramatic Sketch Artists,
BOOGs AND -HAEWARD,
In an Original Sketch.
u nciai ruii..iu". "jv ..- yv.
i, .si lx rows tor children unJer ii start, iuc.
RtserveJ Chairs, foe.
...n twbnoketf bvrbir n uu Telephone no
Q neral AJailsslon, i;C nJ 50c.
N' Ching of Program Mondays and
r niiy mauncc cvciy a.iiui-r, m
2:30 p. m.
The Stockholders of the Home Bakery
Co. , Ltd., are hereby notified that an assess
ment of 35 per cent is now due and paya
ble at tbe office of the treasurer, Lovejoy
& Co., and that said acsessment becomes
delinquent on December 1, 1899.
By order of the Board of Directors.
W. E. BURNETT.
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD
Hawaiian Songs." '(
A I THE
Alalcea Streets. II
& SON, Ltd,
CIVIL SBRVICE RULES
IN OUR RESTAURANT-.
It Jus to. Our waiters are
trained to be civil, quick and at
tentive to our guests; ' Our diet
! it J
is unrivaled in preparation of dainty
and appetizing dishes. Everything
is scrupulously clean, everything
as comfortable as we can make it.
And the prices are always in reason.
The Best Meal Cafe.
Election o? Officers.
Notice Is hereby given that at the an
imp meeting of the palm Sugar Co., Ltd.,
held In Honolulu, November iG, 1809. the
following Officers and Directors were
elected to serve for the ensuing year:
Officers-Paul Isenberg, President; B. F.
Dillingham. 1st Vice-Presidents M. P. Ro-bin-on,
2nd Vice-President; J. F. Hack
fed, Treasurer; Ed. Suhr. Secretary; F.W.
Glade Auditor. Board of Directors S. C
Allen, F. J. Lowrey, W. Wolters, J. A.
Medina e!. nnil rvnffirln. D-...I i..u..
' f V P."nf "I?1?' M' P- iblnson, J. P.'
Hackfeld, Ed. Suhr.
TO THOSE NEEDING SOIL AND
grading material, for sale cheap a large
quantity of good soli and filling, to be
taken from excavation of foundation for
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., new building
block to be erected on Queen and Halekau-
na oireeis. ror terms apply to
wy Ui.in tbtt column titll bt IrtitrteJatlltlHtl
VjWSST a'Hntpit ititrlioit! la ettttt unilUf
lioni M tmli a and o ttnlt a moult. Mil i If'
ttuttilt,lMtHwntvtr ofrtrtJ lie ptofltof llcncMu.
ron 5.ALC-1.ANDJ im au. parts or THE
r cm. i!) .1 mjvas. i)6
Trw.-HAnSCHAKCOM.. for sale cheap New
lUll IneluilHikCTyCo. M?
nlllUHD 1ABLE FOR SAI 0. CHEAP.
13 IICAVEIl LUNCH ROOM. JU
COK SA1 E-!lCAUTirUL HOME IN NUIMNU
r VAI LEY AJJrfillnt.l' O MM ..
fine HI W UI'HHjIIT PIANO Tor Sale CHEAP
fnf etitl. ftJJIHint.'. nuiigmi nunc. 107-
FOR SALE A ne COTTAGE nl elcht roomj an!
bath; crounJj nicely I.1IJ out; stable anJ out
One lot JS x "5! ar UU on; ornamental trees,
etc One corner lot. 75 x t3
All on Colleee street. For furtlier raillculars
aprly to W M. CUNNINGHAM, at the Favorite
Saloon , ll
COR SALE-LoU M WalUIkl, $415 cadi
T Ut, at Kallhl. yjjoeach.
Lot on Younit street, Ji.joo each.
Lots at Kallhl $vxeach.
Lou n Nuuanu Valley, all rrlcei.
House anJ Lot at Kewalo.
Lots at Kewalo, all prices.
I ots t Punahou.
Mouse and IM at Punalmu-a barealn.
lloue and Larce Lot at Kallhl v. rv churt.
Apply to WILLIAMS AVI DOE,
,aj9 No jio Fott street.
FOR SALE-Onc it-Inch Y UTTINO, with flanges
complete; flinRes are tappeJ for la-Inch well
caslns! n Jeslrable Mtlnz (or Irrleallni: pipes. J
EMMELU1H & CO.. '- King .St. ,)
POR SALE-Pure-bieJ, Riiugh-CoateJ. SCO Cll
I.SJLLIU I'UI I '11-3 jusi recvivca ex cki . "
Casile, Irum Rancho llonlto'i Kennels, "allfornla
For further Inlormallon arplv to M. T. DONNbLL,
at Wl Jer's Hoat Shop. Puppies can be seen at No.
HI Robtllo Lane, I'alaroa. , U4
COR SALE One SHIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
orJer. Apply to II, mart, t-ori M. iiol-w
A TWO-MANUAL and Pedal Uass REED ORGAN
" Suitable for chapel or residence, Bercstrom
music 1.0., I ort street. i"7
LOST A RitllesnakeSkln Purse? between Chaplain
Lane on Foil Street and Dr, McCrew's rcMicrce.
Suitable tearJ .in return to this t (ffice. D?S
WANH.D YONNG WOMAN will Clerk In Store
In julre ' S" Bulletin Olllcc. ij8i
CAJPLOYMENT WANTED by a R00J Japanese
- CookhalnE lonir etpetlence. Address "OKA."
P. O. llox k74. IJ78
I APANESE Fallhlul and c"J cook wants a sllua--J
Hon; good family. I rank Sera, P. O II. 874 Ho
nolulu. . 1)77
VOUNGGIRL WANTED as apprentlcci Up-lo-
I Jite AlancurlnK Parmrs, Room 6, Model Block.
UANTLD-POSITION of an kind by younc ma
vv with four enrsexperl.ncelviokkteplne Ad
JressJ.A.carenf HULIETIN office. 1 j,6
CXPERIENCED SMi LADIES wanied at the
" f'aclhc Impmt Ln, utj
rsQ.MPETENT GERMAN GIRL WANTED for
s- eeeral housewoik and care of children. Refer-
ences tequirej Apply u. M.. Iiuiietln oihce M69
f ANTED-. SITUATION, by a younR Japanese
vv woman, to do licht housework, nr as nurse In a
rrlvate family Address M. A.. Bn.ielln offire. nfto
Cll ST-CLASS JAPANESE COOK WANTS PO
SITION. Ten sears L'toerlenei.. Address
SUZUKI, P.O. Box 8oj. 1144
ANTFD POSITION bvexoerlenced bookkeeper
vv I irst-class references, Address J. O., Bulletin
UANTED A position bv an Intelligent, educated
v vounjr American. Good address; references
n.,- uuueiin oince. iiib
ANTED scoMentneetKhaveJ for 15c. (white
vv barbers). H. JErfS CiJ Fort street, opp. (
Club Stables noo-tl 1
TO LET-SIX ROOM COTTAGE.
j lulu Hotel lateJEagle Hoise.
TO LET-SIX ROO VI COTTAGE.
TO LET-rURNISIIED I RONT ROOM to le;
private famlK, moderate rent, fjfl Vineyard t
3 doors from Queen Hotel. 1)18
TO RENT-Two Turnlshed FRONT ROOMS.
Telephone 687. (tet
PR RENT-A furnished ROOrl, at 73 Beretanla
street, opp. Hawaiian Hotel M6
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE, Fort St. Best
I rooms and attendance In city. 1)12
Notice Is hereby given that the Third
Assessment of 25 per cent on the Assessa
ble Stock of the OAHU SUGAR CO.,
LTD., will be due and payable at '.he
office of H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., pn pe-
J. F. HACKFELD,
Treasurer O-lut Sugar Co., Ltd.
Election' of .Off leers.
At the annual meetl g of the Union
Feed Company. Limited, held In Honolulu
this 15th day of November 1899, the fol
lowing mmed persons were elected to
serve as Officers and Directors of the Com
pany for the ensuing vear, viz.:
c v. Mficiariane, rresment; W! r. Al
len, Vice-President) P. W. Mactarlane
Mananer and Treasurer: P. KLimiv Mull.
tor; K R. Vld 1, Secretary. Directors:1 E.
C. Macfarlane, Geo. H. Robertson, F. W
Macfarlane, W. F. Allen, J. F. Hackfeld
P. K. VIDA,
1 380 cecretary Union p- Cn.
LONDON TIMES AND AMEniOANS.,
London, Nov. 6.TI10 Times In n
careful editorial today on tho relu-
nuua ui uiu uniicti Hiatoa to tho war
In South Afrlcii HnvH- "U'li.m n, r,.,..
tlnont Ungs with denunciatloua of
England It la very cheering nml le
freshlng for tho English people to not9
tho svmnntliv nml liit,illlrr,i n..n.
hcnclon ninnifeHted hi tho United
amies, wo buouiii pUzo Amorlcan
aympnthy In nny caso, hut It becomes
tlOllhlV Crntft'lll xvlion innntrnctl.. l,n.,o,l
on 11 deliberate and well Informed Judg-
mum, in uio essential merits of tuo
quarrel, as wp1 as fipon n reciproca
tion of tho kindly fcollngs with whlpli
Englishmen regard American enter
prises. "The 1 Amoilcnii pcoplo are not blind
ed by the accident that tho Tiansvanl
calls Itself a republic. Thoy know that
every essential nttributo of a ropub
llo is wanting, and they know also that
LllKland stands for mhi in,. i.,,n.
vldunl freedom and tho energetic prog-
" wiuuu luijuiiiur niaico up tno ro
publlcnn Ideal of tho American. Ah
Unclanil tilnmnpil tew 41. irnin,i
States, so tho United States now
luuiiipij lor unginnu, witliout regard to
the fine-drawn technicalities of the attorney."
For additional Shipping News see seventh page
Weather liuicnu, Hnnaliou .Nov. 20.
20. Temperature M01 ning mlulmiim,
71; Midday maximum, 79.
Unromcter ! n. m. 30.10 Steady.
How Point .03
Humidity nt 9 a .111. 70 ncr rent.
nitunond head Slgnnl 8tatIon. Nov.
2ii.--enuier clear; wind fresh N. E.
ftllllll.1V. Tstcivnmlifti' 10
Stmr. Clattdlno, Cameron, 12 houw
from Kahulul: 131 sks potatoes, 132
h..s corn, 55 nka tnro, 223 pkga sun
dries, 28 pkga hides, 1U hogs.
Hlmr. W. n. Hull. Tnnmnonn 1n 1,. j
from Nnwlliwlll: 230 sheep, 46 bays
trio and fG pkga sundries.
J. S. smr. Holaco, Dunlap, 8 days
iroin ann Krancisco, cn route to Jla
Saturday. November 1R.
U. H. stmr. Coucmaiigh, Storrs, Mn-
U. S, stmV. Lcclauaw, Roberts, Ma
TO SAIL, THIS AFTEUNOON.
, Monday, Nov. 20.
Stmr. Nnnn.il. Wvmnn. trip Ttnnnlrnn
and Kukulliaelo at 12 in.
Stmr. James Makce, Tullett, for.Kn
paa, nt 4 p. m. ,
Stmr. I.nlinil. Dnv.'er. 'for Iffinnnl.'nl
and Maiinnlcl at C p. ni.
Stmr. Mokolll, Dudolt, for Kamalo,
Hnlawa, I'ukoo', Whllda and Kalaupap.i
at H p. m.
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Tuesday. Nov. 21.
Stmr. Kliiati, Frccmnn, for Molokal,
.iuui n im uawaii nt iz m.
Stmr. Claudlne, Cameron, for Maul,
at rj p. m.
Stmr. Mikahaln, I'edcrsen, for Maj:a-
wcii, waimca nim lviicnna at o p. m.
Stmr. W. Q. Hall, Thompson, for Ko
lon, Eleelo.nnil Hnnnpepo at 5 p. in.
LOCAL NOTES, OF VAILUKU
Wnlluku, Nov. 18. Mr. Combs, tltikct
agent of tho Kahulul Railroad Com
pany nt tho Walluku depot, was mar
ried to a M!gi Kojclklnl of this town
Inst Satuiday afternoon. Miss Knlc
Iklnl Is reputed to bo very wealthy In
knlo land estates.
Manager. K. S. OJordrum of Hn.na
olantntlon, has been in Kahulul nnd
Walluku for n few days, nnd returned
homo per Claudlno last Wednesday.
Mr. Chapln, bookkeeper with Messrs.
E. O. Hall & Son, after spending a few
weeks at Kawaapao and also Walluku,
left by tho steamer Maunn Loa for
Koua district last Monday evening. He
will cnmblno business with pleasure on
his present trip.
Tho dlvorco caso of Osincr Abbott vs
Mabel Rosccrans -Abbott, lutoot Lahal
uttliiiiu Seminary, has been discontinu
ed. Tho parties aro now lu California.
W. It. Sims, of tho Wil'der's S. S. Co's
ofilco, Honolulu, arrived at Walluku to
day from tho Volcano via HIlo, per
Klunu. Ho. Intends remaining hero un
til noxt wook. His trip to the Volcano
has been Immensely beneficial jto him.
The tosidents of Hana, Maul,' will
irlvo a dance on Tiinnlc&glylng rjny,
Tho Maul Telephone Company Is dis
tributing "Subscriber's Lists" to Its
Tho sheriff of Maul will offer at pub
lic auction on December 2, 1S99, tho
Awn llcciirio for tho district of Wallu
ku. Tho upsot prlco Is fixed at $500.
It were better for Walluku If the un
set prlco wero fixed at $5000.
Mr. Smytho of Knhlklnul Ranch was
accidentally cut In tho leg with his own
liutclicr uiiiro last Thursday afternoon
whllo cutting a enrenss for market. Tho
wound wns sewed up by Dr. Armltage,
Mr. Smytlie having como all the way
on horseback to havo his wound at
tended to. t t
There' was ngalii'no meeting of. Hip
Walluku Road Board this 'week as
souiu of tho members wero engaged
Tho usual literary entertainment was
held nt tho homo of Senator and Mrs.
II. V. Baldwin, Haiku, last Thursday
Several patties In, Walluku havo
been watching for tho promised mete
oric shoucru, but nono of them havo
been ublo to report success.
Me3damc8 u. u. Berg and Waldron
and inmillcs leavo for Honolulu, per,
uiautiiuo tins evening to ijq; louoweti
by their husbands next week. Mr. Wal
dron, Into bookkeeper of the Kahulul
Railroad Company, goes to accept a
position with thu firm of iMesars. V.
A. Schacfor & Co.
A freight wagon In chargo of John
Richardson, Jr., of Ivalialna, ran away
at Olowalu yestorday, and the horses
wqro brought to a standstill by coming
In coutnet with a Bturdy Puhala tree
on tho roadsldo.
Noxt Saturday, tho 25th la3t,., Hana
district will witness another luau. tho
occasion being the colobratlon of tho
wedding of J. Kekuhu to wary Hoo
malnolno. Noxt Tuesday will bo heard In tho
Circuit Court, Second Circuit tho peti
tion of J, M. Dowsott, administrator
of tho cstato of Randall von Tompsky,
of Kuln, Maul, for npprovnl.ot accounts
ami discharge Messrs. Hons & Coko
Tho equity caso pf Loula von Tomp
sky vs Leo Fat Sun, bill for partition,
was heard before Judge John W. Ka
lua last Wednesday, 16th Inst. Plain
tiff's motion for default wan granted.
Messrs. Hons & Coke for plnlntlff. No
appearance by defendant.1 '
VANDERB1LT HEADS THE TRUST.
New York, Noy.i 8. W- K, Vander
bllt is reported to bo tho'chicf.factor In
the $75,000,000 automobile combine
Tho company, called tho, Anglo-American
Vehicle Company ,has already paid
tho Secretary of State of Delaware for
Issuing a certificate of Incorporation,
The president of this corporation, It Is
said, will bo Francis I). Carley cf this
Wrecked In the Strnlts.
Philadelphia, Nov. 7. Captain Ut
tlehalcs of tho British ship Kurdistan,
which has arrived hero from tho west
coast of South America, brings Infor
mation regarding tho probable fate of
the missing French steamship Mntla
lene, which snlled from Valparaiso for
Havre and disappeared completed.
From Information gathered at tho Kur
distan's stopping points there nppears
to bo llttlo doubt that tho Madalcno
was wrecked nenr tho Pacific side of
tho cntrniico of the Straits of Magellan
and that her crow was captured by a
ptry of Patagonia cannibals. From
lights seen burning at night Captain
I.lttlehnles thinks the crew sought re
fuge nt Otter point, a Bhort distance
outside of tho straits' entrance, where
the Kurdistan anchored on the night of
September 14th on her way to Phila
delphia. Whether they wero signal
lights for assistance Captain I.lttle
hnles could not tell ns he did not know
of the loss of the vessel until ho had
passed that point. While tho Kurdis
tan was nt Valparaiso an American
sailor named Stetson boarded tho ves
sel nml stated tnnt he had left tho Mil
dalenc becnuso of her Unseaworthiness.
Otis Rccommcndtt Mercy.
Washington, Nov. 8. Tho four enscs
of court martial death sentence of iol
dlers In tho Philippines which reached
the War Department by yesterday's
Manila mall arc waiting transmission
to tho Secretary pf War. Tlio men un
der sentenco aro Private Otto Conine,
Coipor'n) George Damphoffcr and Pri
vate Peter Bennett, nil of Co. 13, Kith
Infantry, nnd Prlvnto William 13. Scar,
borough, Co. B. Third Infantry. Treso
cases will hnvo to go to tho Secretary
of War antl thence to the President for
The executive action cannot bo fore
casted, but It Is generally understood
hero thnt In case the sentences nto not
commuted by tho President, it (s more
than likely that tho iiltornoye for the
convicted men will endeavor by tech
nical Haws In the proceedings to pro
vent tho Imposition of tho oxtu nic pen
alty. It Is understood nlso that Gen.
Otis' approval of tho sentence was
roupled with a recommendation of
mercy. To mako this recomiur uda
tlon the general would havo to approve
the sentence, ns ho has tho right to '1U
appiovo the sentence In toto, but not to
mltlgnto It. ,
SENTENCED TO HARD LABOR.
Walluku, Nov. IS. District Magis
trate P. N. Kalioktioliina of Makawao,
sentenced Mauncl Charlls, tho Spaniard
who assaulted Mr. Engle, ono of tho
Palauuns, with a hoe, to ono year and
six mouths Imprisonment nt hard la
bor. His nttornoy will appeal his caso
for mitigation of sentence, but so far
tho appeal has not been perfected.
Next Monday will be tho last dav for
perfecting the nppeal.
The Bulletin, 75 centsper month
Pacific Import C o.
t , if i
i , 'i'
We call attention that we have
Laaies wmte ana colored vyasn Waists, at a
, s 'Great Reduction in Price. . . . ;
2nd Special, wS2.00 Z,h
Ladies' Wash Waists,1 Colored,
Great Values, reduced toTi
?E5"Just opened, a larefe
Towels, Ladies' Dress Linen, Pillow' Case Linen, Linen Lawns,
direct from the looms. We are offering, great values, , and iu
invite inspection. Our 45c Table Linen is regular ftdc f
value. Ve aie constantly 'showing new novelties in every
r1frvirtmpri.v ' Jii J " llr , . ,
Pacific Import Company.
IRON FENCE and GATES
On TUESDAY, Nov. 21st.
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
I will sell at Public Auction the Iron
Fence and Gates surrounding the property
of H. HACKFELD & CO., Fort and
Oueen Streets. Material to bs removed, by '
JAS. F. MORGAN,
ADMINISTRATOR'S 8ALEOF REAL
Notlco Is hereby glvc.n that under
nnd In pursuance of an order issued
out of tho Circuit Court of tho First
Circuit, In tho Estate of A. K. Sylva.
deceased, I am directed by J. P. Men
donca, Administrator of said Estate, in
pursuance of such order, to sell at pub
lic miction to tho highest bidder for
cash on Saturdny, tho 2nd day of Do
comber, 1890 ,at 12 o'clock noon of
that day, at my salesroom on Queen
street, in tho city of Honolulu, all the
right, .tltlo and Interest of the said A.
K .Sylva, deceased, of, In and to all the
following property! ' ,
An undivided half Interest In nnti to
that certain plcco of land situate nt
Auwalollmu, Honolulu, Oahu, nnd de
scribed ns fol ows:
Apann 1. E 'hoomaka ana ma ko kl
hi o pill ana I ka nlnn o Kcklno mo
ko Koclo o Kekol, a moo nku 1 ka
nOao mua; Hem, 23 30 Kom. 30 7-12
Knp. 1 ko Koclo o Kekol; Lull aku C2
30 Kom. 3 Knul. 44 3-12 Knp. 1 ka lol
poallma; Hcma 4G 15, 37 Kap .a hull I
kahl 1 ana mua la al; Ileinn 52 30, 2
Knul. C2 Kap. o pill ana 1 ka alna o
1 Kaul 10 Annna, 13 Kap.
Apana ,3. E hoomaka nna ma ke
Mhl HI. holo ma ka noao mua 49
Kom. 4G 2-12, Knp. o ka alna o Ka
ltlno n hull a holo ma ka Kuaauna o ka
lol; Hem. 38 30 Kom. 41 3-12, Kap. a
hlkl 1 ka alnn o Paclmual holo mn
waena ola alna1 Hcma 72 Hlk 1 Kaul.
hull hou kahl 1 h'oomnkaal. j
59 Anana, 23 Kapual.
And being Apana3 1 and 3 of the
premises described In R .P. 5G11. L. C.
Thcro Is a wooden building upon tho
abovo premises and a half Interest In
such building will bo sold with them.
TERMS CASH. U. S. GOLD COIN.
Deeds at tho cxpenso of purchaser,
and salo subject to confirmation by
tho Circuit Court of tho First Circuit.
For further particulars apply to Ce
cil Brown .Attorney for Administrator.
Dated, Honolulu.Novomber 4th, 1899.
placed on sale over 200 dozen
s f dK TfirJr'
OUU'jODC, 4 OCJg;
'Out ' '
invoice of Table Linens. Nankins.
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