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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU H. I THUU8DAY, DEOEMHBU 7, 1809.
II HAWAIIAN OP3BRA HOUSE. COL.W. A. THOMPSON'S Boston Lyric Opera Go. 40 PEOPLE. Tuesday, Dei. 5 CAV ALLIEN RUS-1 TiuAiuranU) ana ikial. hy II IPY ICnmeV Thursdav. Dec. 7......BOHEMIAN GIRL (By Reqiest). Romantic We Ape Still Movins ehaeto-n one warehouse down and are clearing the goaJs out of .mother as fast as w e can. Our moving sale last week on Bicycle 1,'impi w.is a great success, we lue cleaned out all the stock of limps 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 quarters. Columbia Cluinless Bicycles ?75. Columbia Chain Bicycles 55- Hartford Chain Bicycles 40.00 Vedette Chain Bicycles jo.oo I his ofier only applys to our present stocL w hlch we do not wish to lias c to move, v hen they are gone prices will go back to the sameas 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 th little folks just bear In mind that we have a good stock and can suit you. We rent Ch ilnleis Columbia by the day week or month. E. 0. HALL 4M 13 Oor. UTort and Kino: Sis. M Columbia and Rambler Agcnti. iSSE2SS2.iE2 jm" I P0VALA5IE If iia .. ..- Ii1ic5r:rtde itassr FiMNKbPneRSONsfoaiaj IAQENTS HOHQMUJ ill Supported by Voluntary Contributions. PUKE TRKATMKST to llio Poor of nil iiKtlounlltioi. For Information as t-i cards of ad mlbslon anil tj tho sorvlco, tU., oto , apply nt llio Infirmary. Third Floor, ProgtefB Bloi'k (subscription my be loft with .1.1' Hnckftdil, 1,. O. Able or Dr. Sloggott. laniMlm THEORPHEUM FAMILY THEATRE. Grand Cake-Wallc Contest All This Week. Applications made at the Box Office. """""wi Opening with the Laughable Comedy, "PANSY BLOSbOMS," Including the Grand Cake-walk Contest. First Appearance of LA PETITE III ALTO, Assisted by JULIUS H. R1ALTO, In Serpentine Electrical Terpslchorean Specialty. The Ariel Artist HERR BUSCH, Performing Feats of Strength on the Spanish Rings A Novel Act. A Dash of Sunshine, EDITH FLETCHER, In Latest Coon Songs. PRANK C. SMITH LILIAN F. SMITH Exhibiting Their Champion Fea's of Rapid and Scientific Shooting, Breaking Glass Balls as Fast as They Can Be Thrown In the Air, Playing National Airs on Chimes of Steel Bells, Using Repeating Rifles. Etc. The Clever Entertainer and Originator of Fun JACKSON HEARDE, as the REV. EBENEZER BLACK, "ASouth ern Negro Preacher," Hear the Gospel The Popular Comedian, I MUSICAL FLETCHER. Assisted bv His Daughter EDITH FLET CHER. In an Original Act "JUST FOR FUN." Change of Program Mondays and rhursdavs. Family Matinee every Saturday, at 2110 p. m. Gtntfal Admlstlon, isc and sac. Last tin rowt lot children under :a tan, inc. Reserved Chairs, 5. Seats can t booked by ringing up Telephone no. WHAT DO YOU WANT? Are you In search of any tiling? ' Have you lost any tiling r Have you fount! anything? Do you WANT anything? Saturday Matinee, Dec. 9 MASCOTTE omic. Silurdav N clit. Dec. 2 .AMORITA Comic. & S r .-.-.- . s Up-to-Datc I YACHTS .TO MEET COLUMBIA. London, Nov. 23. Tho next yacht ing peasou promises to bo tho best in many ycais. It is now definitely said that tho Vnlkyrlo III will bo rocom mlssloned by her prospective now own er, to whom Lord Dunraven Is arrang ing to sell hor. Lord Dunraven, by tho way, was anxious to represent a Lon don dally in South Africa, but his phy sician foibado it and a younger Eail hns represented tho Dally Telegraph In Africa. ChnrlcH Day Roho's now boat, Distant bhoio. Is bigger and moro comfortably fitted than nny racer on this sldo of tho Atlnntlc, though similar In lines to tho Columbln. When tho Colurabln comes over here. It sho does mako the trip, sho will find tho Shamrock, Distant Shoro, Vnlkyrlo III, Meteor II and Brl tannln ready to contest against her in behalf of Europe. Captain Hogarth Is quoted as saying that under English weather conditions tho Shamrock would glvo tho Columbia n much hard er tussle. Mrs. Goelefs Napna Is being repair ed nnd altered on tho Clyde, and Is fit ting out for n Mediterranean cruise. Starvation in India, Now Yoik, Nov. 20. A Times' cable from London says: Leaving tno Con tinent to its own troubles arid turning to our own affairs, I may note that tho number of starving peoplo now engaged on relief works In the central provinces of India has risen to n million, and that, as tho rain holds off, this number must rapidly increaso for at least an other six weeks. It Is henrtln caking to think about. BY AUTHORITY. Notice to"Hackmen. by virtue "of the authority in me vested by Section 102 of Act 64 of the Session Laws of 1896, 1 do hereby give notice that the Hack Stand No. 4, located on the ma- kal side of Hotel street opposite to the en trance of the Hawaiian Hotel, Is hereby abolished. AND ALSO That Rule 24 of the Hack Regulations which was revoked September 27th last Is hereby re-enacted and amended so as to read as follows: "Rule 24. If any licensed Vehicle shall be found standing In any place but on the appointed stand, the driver shall be liable to arrest by any police officer, unless said driver shall be under engagement. Noth ing In this regulation however, shall be construed to conflict with Regulations 9, 10 and it. ALEX. YOUNG, .Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, December 6, 1899. ON, Lid A isaW.afljt I FTJ t m WANTS. rTrMk' '" '" column will hi inttrttJ atlfctntt ii? a limfirtt Inurtioni 10 ttntt utond inur Hen; )t ttnii a bjA anJ so auti a motile. 7 Mi it tke tbcapal aJitrtliiitf tvtr optrtJ tktfitofJt of Honolulu, LOST. LOST A Package tontilnlni? (10IJ NecMel AnJ llracelett. KcwarJatttie UULLHTIN ofilcc H9&-1W WANTED. X ANTED POSITION 01 any klnJ ly ynune W msnwltti foureir experience booKketplnc. AJJrm J. A. care of BULLETIN office i;-aw WRITING AND ACCOUNTING DOND accurate Iv: moJerats rates. MM. MUM. care I'torte' Cvpress Co ; or General Delivery, I O. mi-tr EMPLOYMENT WANTED by a pool Japanese Cnokhavlne long experience. AdJrcss "OKA, P. O. Box 8J4. JJ? .COMPETENT GERMAN GIRL WANTED for s ceneral homework anJ care of children. Refer ence required Apply O. At.. Hullelln office 1)69 WANTED joo Men (o ml shaved for 15c. (while harpers). II. jliis. oioi tort street, opp, Club Stables 100-11 TOR SALE. COR SALfc-Good Ml klne Cows and Hellers, also eentte horses. a mnic Matrons ana miiK cans, Arpty to A. A. Valley. MONfANO, Manoa nqi-gn COR SALE i ion Lot at Kalihl, site Soxtjo. $qw Lot at Kalihl. sire ftxiso Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE. No yo Fot street. FOR SALE $400 Lots at Kalihl, 50x100 each. Good locations. Apply In WILLIAM SAVIDGE. No 110 Tort street. PR SALE J2800 House and Lot at Punahou consisting)! J bed rooms, psrlor, dining room. Kitcnen, etc. one 01 lot jxiy. Bargain Wll ILLI .1AM SAVIDGE. no. j to rort street. COR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OP THE r. CITY. DyJ. M.ViVAS. 1)8. ;OR SALE-BEAUTirUL HOME IN NUOANU VALLEY. Address Hox th. P. O. pi) POR SALE A new COTTAGE of elcht rooms and I Path;- grounds nicely laid out, stable and out houses. One lot TJX its; water laid on; ornamental trees, etc One corner lot, 7$x 115 All on Colleee street, for further particulars apply to W. M. CUNNINGHAM, at tin Favorite aaioon. ijo TO LET. TO LET FRONT ROOM, furnished, only 13 a 1 month. Private family. 66 Vineyard street. TO LET Turnlshed Room. Inquire jj Emma street. onoslte Emma Sajare. iiq iw THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE. Fort St. DesC ' rooms onJ attendance In cltv. ill Jasllorp AUx.UiSEER AND BROKBRz 11 33 Queen Stt'ce Auction Sale ....OF.... Dificil Sugar Stock On WEDNESDAY, Dec. 18, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON. At my salesroom, Si Queen street, Ho nolulu. I will sell at l'uollo Atiitlon, by order of Mr. Frank Hustacn, Treasiuer of the Katnalo Sugar Co., tho following certificates of stock l:i tho Kumalo Su gar Co., unless tho delinquent assess ment, with interest thereon, Is paid be- foro tho day of salo Ctf. Shrs. Ctf. Shrs. 1 25 2i9 CO 290 CO COS 25 COO 25 i21 JO 022 15 4M 20 440 20 111 20 412 20 li:i 10 144 10 70...... 25 718 25 720 GO 731 10 2"1 100 252 CO 2C0 25 2G1 25 ".1i CO KOI CO .115 CO 300 CO 307 GO 308 GO .tOJ 25 370 20 371 20 372 20 373 20 374 20 CI! CO 313 CO 311 CO 315 CO 310 GO 102 CO 403 GO 101 GO 4QU GO 413 100 318 GOO 319 250 C81 25 332 GO CS1 CO 1C5 2G 311 25 205 1G0 108 GO 409 GO 410 GO 411 CO G91 10 G92 10 G93 10 59 1 10 G95 10 G9C 12 20C GO 137 25 739 100 740 100 741 100 742 100 743 100 3CG 25 367 25 3G8 2G 3C9 25 G 25 227 CO 234 25 235 25 236 25 237 25 238 25 239 25 240 25 241 25 242 25 243 25 241 25 245 25 210 25 247 25 248 25 t 249 25 421 CO 422 GO 423 GO 424 CO 429 CO 497 CO 101 10 102 10 103 10 104 10 105 10 415. 10 HO 10 117. G 46 25 89 25 204 CO 434 25 435 25 C04 10 425 CO 426 GO 427 GO 428 60 659 GO CC6 5 2 60 24 25 25 25 29 25 112 100 106 25 135 25 136 25 273 25 274 25 684 CO 660 6 661 C 662 6 G63 5 C64 6 303...... 25 415( 100 COG 60 607 DO JAMES lVMOItOAN, Auctioneer. SHlPPIKfi IRTELUGCKOE Put gjiti(iim. aiiipmg rttMS vn Slvenlh page Wenthor Bureau, Punahou, Dec. 7. 1 omporaturo Morning minimum, 71; Midny maximum, 79. Uatometer 30.09. Palling. Halnfnll .0. Uow Point 03 P. Humidity nt 9 a. m. C6 per cent. Diamond Head Signal Station, Dec. 7, Wenthor clear; wind light N. 13, AIUUVALS. Wednesday, Doc. C. Htmr. Mokolll, Sachs, from Karanlo. Stmr. Iwalanl, from Makawoll, with 3780 bags sugar, 2 horses, 37 bdls hides. Am. Bchr. Erlo, Roos, from Seattle, Oct. 31, with 71C.000 feot lumbor and 200,000 shingles, for Allen & Robinson. Am. mlslsonary schr. Hiram Ding ham, A. C. Walkup, from San Fran cisco, Nor. A, in transit to South Soas. Thursday, Dec. 7. Am. Rchr. Jcsso Minor, Whttnoy, from Eureka, Nov. 1, with IS pkgs. beef nnd fruit, 292,765 feet lumber. DEPARTURES. Wodnesday, Dec. G. Schr. Golden date, Pahla, Klhel. Stmr, Kllohana, Thompson, Lahalna. S. S. Alnmcdn, Van Otcrondorp, Colo nics. U. S. A. Tinusport Iudlann, Morlc, Manila. U. S. A. Transport St, Paul, Manila. TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON. Stmr. Mokolll, Dudolt, for Maunalel nnd Olowalu at 3 o'clock. htmr. Lchua, Dower, for Kaunaknkat at 5 o'clock. Stmr. Wnlnleale, Green, for Knpaa at 4 o'clock. Stmr. Nllhnu, Thompson, for Eleclo ml Makawcll nt 4 o'clock. PASSENGERS ARRIVED. From Makewcll, per stmr. Iwalanl, Dec. 7. H. W. Schmidt, J. L. Buchan an. PASSENGERS DEPARTED. Tor tho Colonies, per stmr, Alameda, Dec. 6. Geo. Griffiths, G. Kunst, C. Bell, A. Hnrtovlch, J. B. Pierce. J. Pluw. ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT Tho barkentiuo Irmgard cleared for Honolulu, from San Francisco, Novem ber 27. Tho bark Topgallant sailed from Port Blakcley for Honolulu, Novem ber 2G. Tho barkcntlno S. N. Castlo Is on tho marine railway. Sho will Ball for San Francisco next week. Tho following vessels wcro billed to sail from San Francisco for Ialnnd ports, Nov, 29: Drlg W. G, Irwin; schr. Mary D. Foster; bark S, C. Allen; bark Andrew Welch; schr. Transit. Great fear is expressed for tho safety of tho bark Colusa which sailed from Kahulul for tho Sound. Sho is long overdue and nothing has been heard of her. Cnptnln Ewart had hla wlfo with him nnd tho crow nio ns follows E. II. Ewart, master; J. Vnn Dyk, T. Cassldy, J. Lecall, V. Galeaga, A. Nel son, C. 12. Haglln, P. W. Olson, C. Han sen, A. Anderson, J. Olscn. TranspoptH Arc Delayed. Snn Francisco, Nov. 28. Tho sailing of tho transports Dolnoy Vostok and Columbia has been postponed until Thursday. Tho Warren is also bcho duled to sail on that date, although it Is doubtful If sho can get away so boon. Tho two former transports will carry tho I2d Regiment. Tho Warren car ries two battalions of tho 49th .the Sherman taking tho remaining bat talion on December Cth. Tho Sherman Is still in tho stream waiting for n berth, Tho ihnttcred transpoits nro to bo released as soon as they completo their present trips. Tho Government will then keep Its own lino of transports in operation, ninklng fortnightly trips. Tho Government owns tho Hancock, tho Sherman, tho Sheridan, tho War ren and tho Grant, all of which aro in Pacific waters, and tho Meade, the Lo gan and tho Thomas, which aro on their way hero from Now York. Tho Government also owns two freight stcamcis. Tho Warren will probably bo convcited into a horao transnort. after her next trip. Captain Louis M. Koehler. Fourth Cavalry, hns been assigned to duty ns Quartermaster and Commissary on the transport centennial during tho voy ago to tho Philippine Islands. Can- tain Koehler will also tako chargo of tho detachment to accompany tho pub lic animals shipped on that transport. Accurate Charts Needed. Washington, Nov. 28 Hydrographlo information received from naval ves sels in tho Philippine islands report ing numerous or.rs in the charts ot thoso waters shows the necessity for thoroughly oxecutod hydrographlo sur- voys of thoso waters, an-t tho Scerotary of tho Navy will rocommeuJ that s.ich surveys bo raado by tho Navy. For In suring safo nnvuutlo.i to our wsidIs. which aro required to visit all parts ot tho nichlpclago, trustworthy charts, he says, should ho furnished ns soon as practicable. Tho best charts attain able from tho data at hand are now supplied, but without now surveys they cannot bo rondo satisfactory. Tho chaits of the coast and harbors of Cuba ard Porto Itlco aro also very defective. It Is recommended that pro secutions of surveys in thoso waters contlnuo uninterruptedly and vigor ously until they nro completely cover ed by trustworthy charts. Ho also ro commends n thorough survey of the is lands and shoals oxtendlng to tho west ward of tun principal islands of Ha wall and forming part of tho Hawaiian group, as possessions of tho United States. It is reported tliat soma members of tho family are coming to Honolulu for a tlmo to occupy tho Spreckels rest denco In Punahou. Po,ulni Officers. Among the popu ar officers of tne Ala meda, PursT v. C. Smlihand Dr. J. A. Nelson are second to none. It is the gen eral wish ol all who have met Mr. Smith that he will be appointed one of the Spreckel's new ships. The D ictor's po pularity Is well known at a distance he could readilv be mistaken for either Gen eral Funston or Mayor Phelan on closer Inspection however nnd hearing his hearty laugh no such mistake would be made, Probate Notice. In the Circuit Court, First Circuit, of the Hawaiian Islands, In the matter of the Estate of Genevieve Dowsett, Marlon C. Dow sett, Madeline C. K. Dowsett, and Annie H. K. Dowsett, Minors : On reading and filing the petition of J. M. Monsarrat and David Dayton, guar dians, praying for an order of sale of cer tain real estate belonging to said minors, situate on the Island of Oahu and on the Island of Maul, and setting forth certain legal reasons why such real estate should be sold. IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, that the next of kin of the said wards and all other persons Interested In the said estate, appear before this Court on WEDNESDAY, the THIRD DAY OF JANUARY, A. D. 1900, at 10 o'clock a. in., at the Court Room ot this Court, In Honolulu, then and there to show cause why an order should not be granted for the sale of such estate. Honolulu, Dec. C, 1899. By the Court: GEORGE LUCAS, 1395-jw Cleric. Notice. At a meeting of THE B. F. DILLING HAM COMPANY, LTD., held on the 22nd day of November, 1809, the follow ing Officers and Directors were elected, viz.: B. P DILLINGHAM President WALTER F. FREAR Vice-President ELMER E. PAXON Treasurer A. W. VAN VALKENBURG-.Secretary W. M GRAHAM Auditor W. F. ALLEN Director ALBERT RAAS Director The President, Vice-President and Treas urer are ex-officlo members of the Board of Directors. At a meeting of the same corporation held on the 5th day of December, 1899, the following Directors were elected, viz.: A. W. VAN VALKENBURG Director W. M. GRAHAM Director A. W. VAN VALKENBUrTG, Secretary. Honolulu, H. I., Dec. C'h, 1899, 1395-iw Pacific Import Co, (INCORPORATED), ZaPIKOGKEeiESSS BLOOK. Special Curtain Sale! rW We call 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 : JO pair Applique Curtains at $4.50 pair, regular value $ 6.00 ?0 " " " " 4.85 ' 7.J0 JO " " " " 5.85 " " . " 8. JO, 24 " " " - " 24 " " ' " " 24 " "" " " 18 " " " " 12 " " !' " 12 ' " By steamer Australia we received the newest novelties in Ladies' Neckwear, Ladies' Fine Muslin Underwear, a compfete stock of Ribbons, Dress Skirts, Special Notice. "We received the largest and finest stock of HAND-, KERCHIEFS ever imported here. Watch our window dis play from now on. PACIFIC IMPORT CO. SUGAR A6 ARMV POOD. New York, Nov. 25. A Sun cnblo from London, Bays: Germany xt Just completed olabornto experiment! wlto sugar as food for troops. Th? object was to test tho advantages of Siigar diet In cases whero great exertion wore to bo raado within a brief period. Accord ing to rcpoits of cxperlme! tin In vmioiii tinny corps, n favorable result han boon secured, Piofessor Pfuhl, head of the physiological labotatory of tho army, states that It has been prove! that k.i gar diet increases muscular power in a comparative ly short time, cmu'ldi-rauly shorter than docs tho whito of an egg. Tho effect of tho latter, howoror, Is moro lasting, though sugar has tho ml vantngo of being much cheaper. Tho extraordinary rapidity with " which sugr-r Is absorbed by tho body explains Its rapid effect in tho nervous Bystcm, which is of tho greatest Im portance in nil cases where speedy bodily recuperation is desired, ae in long dlstanco marching. Pfuhl, in ft so rclcs of experiments on hlmsolf founa that after long walks thrco of four lumps of sugar removed all feelings of lassitude and to a certain extent re stored elasticity to tho muscles, this effect being frequently produced in a quarter of an hour. Ho is of tho opin ion that artificial substitutes for sugar, such as Bacchnrln, havo not tho same effect Professors Senator and Manic of the Berlin University, havo come to tho conclusion that siigar has a high nutritive value as tho purest and most easily soluble hydrate of carbo. King Bros, take pleasure in announcing the return of their artist, Mr. W. Y. Itow, who for the past three months has been spending his vacation in Japan. While there he learned the process of gold and silver pho tography, which he introduces for the first time in Honolulu. One must see this beautiful work to appreciate its merits. Samples are now on exhibition at KING BROS., 110 Hotel street. g3- 6.75 " " " 9.0T 7.25 10.75 7.50 " " " ii.?t 7.75 " " " 12.00 9.50 " " " 14. ? , 10.00 15.00 and many other novelties: v. , i -r . j& teaasdgifciiiB, r-j&ft rf-a- nr '' . - sfai rsHhTal. r,itii.j.1Av!,.Li- t.Wirrtr'