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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., OO'IOBEU 23, lttUU.
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE.
Commencing Tuesday, October 31.
COL. W. A THOMPSON'S
w vaiaa aai
Prices $i.00, $1.50, $1.00, BO cents.
Curtain rUes promDtlv at 8 o'clock. Carriages at 10:30.
Hunting Season, - -
Which ls now well on, we have to offer a gooJ
assortment of cheap, medium and high-priced Shot Guns. The well
known L.C. Smith gun in several grades; also the Parker and Remington.
A line stock of Loaded Shells, both black and smokeless powders;
and a full assortment of Wads, Shells, and Powders, for those who do
their own loading.
Plover and other Decoys, Hunting Coats and Hats, Cartridge Belts,
Loading T00N. 'C, &c.
Oor. Port and Kins Sts.
jy (Yihimiila and Itamble r Agonta. U
IT 11 A T AFIIANHTA. I.OO.MS IIP.
iroiiiiB up aim
POSITIVELY LAST PER
Mr, Clay Clement
AND EXCELLENT COMPANY.
Monday Evening, Oct. 2,
The Famous ConieJy,
Tuesday Night, Oct. 24 th,
The Powerful Melodrama,
Thursday ,Oct. 26,
By Request, Mr. Clement's Masterpiece,
The New Dominion.
SATURDAY. OCT. sS,
Shakespeare's Great Tragedy,
.MONDAY. OCT. 30.
Positively Last Performance,
The Ticket of Leave Man.
Notice Is hereby given that Wong Chong
and Chock Kit have this day sold their
entire Interest In the firm of Wing Chew
Lung Co. to the Company.
WING CHEW LUNG CO.
Honolulu, Oct. 19, 1899. 1357
i Repertoire First Weik:
Tues J.i, Oct. v SAID PASHA
Thursday, Nov. 2 OLIVETTE
S.iturJay Matinee, Nov. 4 MASCOTTE
SaturJay Night, Nov. 4 6AVALERIA
RUSTICANA and LA BELLE HELENE.
& SON, Ltd,
London, Octobor 10.- -The Daily
Telepraph's St. Petersburg cor-
espondont 6oys Russian accounts
represent Addur Babman Khan,
Ameor of Afghanistan, as insane
and likely to provoke a conflict
botween Russia and England.
TheBO accounts say the Ameer is
sanctioning brutal executions and
the tortnrng of officials daily, and
that his notions are resulting in a
All shooting over the lands and sea
fisheries of Kukuluaeo, Is hereby strictly
358 VICTORIA WARD.
During my absence from the Hawaiian
Islands, Mr. V. M. Graham will act for
me in all business matters, under power of
Honolulu, Oct. 23, 1809.
1358 HRUCE CARTWRIGHT.
Y. M. C. A. HALL.
..The Great Pianist
Monday, October 23,
At 8 p. m.
Popular Prices ; 75 cents to all beats
of the house.
Tickets for sale at Wall, Nichols
Co.'s, BerRstrom Music Co.'s, and at the
Y. M. C. A. 1358
2. Lot at Palama, about acre.
1. A asTOom lodging house, with a 12-
.A goci -aving 'jusintss and large lot
of land, untra..y IccatrJ.
1. Farm at Hamakua, Hawaii; part Id
6. Lot 50 x 120 Quarry street, near H.
rarm at a. Nona, part In coflee.
8. Lot 75 x 200, Beretania street (Ka
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Pout Office Lane, - Honolula.
Y5' '" '','1 tolumn utU bt inttrttd atifctntl
tQrSm' attntfirit imtttion; to ctntt ttondinuf
tton; ja ctntt a wetk and ;o ttntt a month, Ibit it tbt
tbtapttl adutthint txtr efftrtd it ftoplt of Honolulu,
TENT ulih flv lloorf i and lurnlsheJfclieap; rear of
Lklitlg's f'hoto Tfjit, 606 Tort siren, im
A Beautiful Sttlnuav Parlor GranJ PIANO, Rood
as new. will be sou tor less than Its real value,
for fash Apply next Joor to E.ile lloue, to Ci. R.
PR SALE-One n-lneh Y I ITTINCJ, with flnEes
complete; flange are tapped for la-Inch well
casing; a desirable fitting for Irrigating pipes J.
EMMELUTH & CO., win King St. i jn
COR SALE-HOUSE AND LOT on Queen street.
containing ) bed-rooms, parlor, Jtnlngroom,etc
Price $1850, Apply to
iio Fort street
PR SALE-Lots at Walklkl. opposite Makee III
nd, $ 41s cash, $450 on Installments Apply to
Hi No. io Fort street.
RR SALE-Pure-bred, Rough-Coaled, SCOTCH
COLLIE PUPPIES. Just received ex bkt S. N
Castle, from Rancho Uonlto's Kennels, California.
Tor further Information apply to M. T. DONNELL,
at Wlider's lloat Shop. Puppies can be seen at No.
114 Robello Lane. Palama j34
PR SALE-Severat LOTS In the KEWALO Tract,
near town: on the Installment plan. Lots at
Kallhl; lots on Young street. Easy terms. Apply to
131I No 310 Fort street.
COR SALE-One SIIIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
r order. Apply to II. G. Blart. Tort St. not-tf
A TWO-MANUAL and Pedal Diss REED ORGAN
Suitable for chare! or residence. Brrc.trom
Music Co., Fort street. mo .
pi'RNISIIED ROOM TO LET; $, per month: prl
I ate family. 65 Vines ar J street. 1 doots from
Queen Hotel. t)8
rO RENT-T.i Furnished FRONT
I Telephone o8.
POR RENT-A small IURNISHEI) COTTAGE of
I rooms and bath, on Liltha street, above Kua-
klnl, No in. In i lira L. A.. Ilulletln office, hit
TO LET-rURNISIIED ROOMS, with HOARD.
' 614 Hotel street. Walklklcnd Tel. 166. 1141
TO LET-AnlcerURNISHED ROOM. In a prl-
vate famllv, situated on I'ensacola street, ulthln
easy access to the cars. Apolv to
1349 No. 310 Fort street
POR RENT-A furnished ROOM, at 73 Heretanla
strict, opp. Hawaiian Hotel t6
-TUB ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE. Fort St. Hesl
I rooms and attendance In city. nu
A NICE COTTAGE, furnished or unfurnished; j
n rooms and a cool stores
Aloha lloue, Tort
POR RENT A LARGE HOUSE, suitable for a
r HOTEL OR BOARDING HOUSE, containing
14 rooms and kitchen. Desirable location In town;
newly painted and papered: a patent closets; 3 porce
lain baths, with hot and cold water laid on. Electric
light throughout. Reasonable rent to a desirable
tenant. Tor further particulars apply to GEAR,
LANSING & CO.. Judd llulldlne. nit
XANTFD-A SITUATION OF ANY KIND, by a
vv discharged Volunteer, Best references. Ad
dress V. S this otfke. is6
WANTED SITUATION learning to tend bar. Ad
dress AMERICAN. Bulletin office. mi
PISST-CLASS JAPANESE COOK WANTS PO
r SITION. Ten years experience. Address
SUZUKI. P.O. Box 865.
f ANTED POSITION by experienced bookkeeper.
vv rirst-class references. Address J. G., Bulletin
V ANTED A position bv an Intelligent, educated
"V young American. Good address; references
"K," Bulletin office. 1318
11 ANTED soo Men to pet shaved for ISC.
VV barbers). II. JErfS. 610H Fort street, opp,
There wns a disgrnceful scene
at tho drill shrd Friday night
duriug the progress of n practice
drill of oni' of the companies of
tho N. G. H. Tho outcome hns"
Wen tho preferring of charges
against nu oflicpr of the company
mentioned for conduct unijecotn
ing a gentlemen nud 11 n officer.
An eye witness tells the following
"Two or three mem hers of Co.P
wore standing in the dr II shed
watching the work of Co. C. John
Silvft of Honolulu bicycle fame,
was one of the mombera presont.
He was in uniform and waB seated
near the wall when the company
passed by. Tho officer grabbed
tho chair and pulling at it, throw
Silva on the floor. Then ho struck
him and passed on with the com
" Silva pioked himself up and
wont into the room of his own com
pany taking his chair along.
"The oflioer halt his company,
ordered tho men to stack arms
and then to break ranks. He was
soon in tho room whoro Silva and
an ollicor of his company were
soaled. "Do you want to have it
now'?" was the nneation asked.
In return Silva asked why ho had
tipped up his chair and then
struck him. For :eply Silva, still
seated, received several blows
in tho fauo which dazed und iu
enpoitated him for action. The
officer of his company jumped in
to stop any further trouble when
tho member of Go. Q crowded in
and there was a lively scrimmage.
Mattors wore finally settled.
"Tho otlicer who struck Silva
was in uuiform at tin timo aud,
evon if ho had had troublewitb
Silva, he could havo had it out
later on and without his company.
" Ton can rest assured the a&se
will be pushed although an effort
is being made to bush up the
Mechanic's Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu stroots, lodging by
day, week or month. Terms: 25
and CO conts per night. $1 and
$1.25 per week. "
Tor additional Shipping News see seventh page.
Weather llureau, Puliation, Oct 23.
Teiiitiernture Moriiliw minimum.
Til; Miililny maximum, HI.
(Barometer corrected for gravity- .06 )
Nitrometer,!) a m, 30.10. Steady
Kuliifiill, tlo, .01
Dow Point (It F.
Humidity tit 9 a in (12 percent.
Dliimontl HuatJ Htitmil Station. Oct
'2i, 1 pm Weather hasty, wind freili
Sattinlny, Oct. 21.
ni nil Luclle. Anderson, from 'IV
Cpma, 12,100 tons con!.
Am sell Chariest It Wllsor, Johnson,
t tlavs from Aberdeen. 400.707 feet
Stmr Mokolll, Sachs, from Molo
kill. Stmr Xocau. Wynmii. from Ku-
kullinele, 40 nkus camp outllt. 22 nkira
Suntlay, Oct. 22.
Stmr W 0 Hall, Thompson, from
XiiwIllwMI: 400 bags rlco.30 bags taro,
78 bdlH hides, 75 pkga sundries.
Stmr James Makee, Tullett, from
Russ. tttmr Dalny Vostock, Erlok-
xon, 17 days fr.,m Kobo, to II Hack
feld it Co.: 140 tons mdse, 1575 tons
eoul, 12 cub In passengers, 103 free
Japanese immigrants, Hiii contract
rVm bk Theobald, Cameron, 27 days L
from nnalino, 1400 tons coal to Ualiu
Hallway & J.antl Lo.
Stmr Clautllne, Canuron, from Ka
litllul: 107 sacks potatoes, 130 sacks
corn. I2.i sacks taro, o71ioks, i Horse,
42 pkgs hides, 200 pkgs sundries.
Am schr O MKelloKK. Iverson, 22
days from Tacoma: lumbor to United
Saturday, Oct. 21.
Stmr Klloliana, Thompson, for La
halna aud Ktianapali.
Am bkt Ktireka,Scliou,Pugct Hound
Sunday, Oct. 22.
T KKSS America Maru, Copo ,for
Hongkong via Yokohama and Kobe.
Ocr sli Marie Hackfeld, Wuhrmauu
Monday, Oct. 23.
Stmr J A Cummins, Searlo, for
TO SAIL THI8 AFTERNOON.
Stmr Mokolll, Sachs, for Kaunaka
kal, iialawa, Ka'aupapa, Kamulo,
Pelekimu, 1'ukoo and Wallau at 3
Stmr Walaleale, Green, for Hana
maulu anil Ahukiul at 4 o'clock.
VESSELS LEAVINQ TOMOBnOW.
Stmr ICIlauea Hou, Dower, for
Kuunakakui at 4 p in
Schr Ada, Moses, for Hanalel anil
Kalilitwal atd p m
Stmr Xoeau. Wynmn, for Hono-
kaa und Kukulhaoto ut 0 a m
Stmr Mnuna Loa, Slmerson, for
Lnlmlnn, Maalnea, Kona and Kau at
0 a m
Stmr Kluau. Freeman, for Laha-
Ina, llllo and way ports at 1 p in
Stmr Chuidiiie, Cameron, for I.aha-
luti, Kuliiilul and way ports at 5 p m
'i..w clbhknt company.
Tho Clay Clnment Co. present
ed "The Two Orphana" in excel
lent style at tho Opera Houso Sat
urday night. The larrest audi-
ence ot tun season wbb present
and genuine enjoyment was af
"The Corsican mothers" in tlio
afternoon was also attended by a
largo number of people. Tho
was accorded an enthusiastic re
ception. As in all the other plays given
here by tho Clay Clement Co.
thero was that same excellence of
staging and acting throughout.
The famous comedy' "Caste"
will be giveu by the Clay Clement
Co. tonight. Mr. Clement will
play Old Ecoles, a very humorous
Armelronir "l Work.
Billy Armstrong was soan Bt
his training quarters at San Souoi
on Sunday afternoon. When the
Bulletin represontativo dropped
in Billy was giving Jim O'Neil a
lively fifteen minutes, having just
previously disposed of Hamilton
Hill who by tho way is no soft
thing. Francis Boggs noted in
his onpaoityof timo keeper. When
through with Hill and O'Neil
Billv noneared ciuito fresh offer
ing to "take on" rrof. Marcus, an
invitation that gentleman some
what diEcreotly declined. Arm
strong is putting in a lot of hard
work whioh includes a daily nine
mile spin and tho usual trailing
routine wound up with a luxrions
dip in the adjoining eurf. Quite
a string of local taiant were to bo
mot wending their way to and fro
from headquarters to all of whom
Billj oxproEsod hitueelf as confid
ent of tho rosult.
Bark It. P. Rithet is receiving
sugar from the steamer Mauna
Loa at tho Intor Island wharf.
To Down the Dowaer.
Victoria (U. O.).' October 9.
Kang Yu Wei, the Chinese re
former, has not been idle since his
return from Loudon a couple of
mouths ago, but fiom his quiet
country hotol has been directing
operations whioh ho hopes and
believes will iti timo restoro to
p wer the Emperor of China, now
iily Empoter in name, aud force
into retirement the Em,'.rHBB Dow
ojor, the real ruler of tho Flow
ory Kingdom. He has already
organized a reform party among
tho Chinese residents of British
Cilumbia, with Charley Tip Yen,
too Canadian Pacific Railway in
torpreter at Vancoovor, as presi-
dent. Each member of this or
ganization agrees to subscribe a
certain amount, ranging from $50
(o SbUU. All the leading mer
chant of tho province ore mem
bers and a lareo amount hns been
Now York, Oct. 10. A special
to tho Tribune from Washington
says: luo retirement of (ien.
Shatter from the regular army
Oct. 1st promises to load to the
promotion and retirement of at
loast five colonels, as briuodier-
gonerals,. and to open tho way for
the Trosidont to rocoguize tho
conspicuous echievomontB of two
statf colonels, Iiawton nnd Mao
Arthur, by making them general
otficors of the line.
Generel Shatter will roach the
compulsory retirement age of (Jl
on October 16, but it' is agreed
that ho will be continued in com
mand of the Department of Cali
fornia with his present volunteer
rank of major general until all
the volunteers have returned from
Manila for muster out and until
the last of the new infantry regi
ments havo started acrosB tho Pa
Well m Mi) Home A an In.
New York, October 8. Waller
Wellman, the Arctic explorer, who
recently returnod from a journey
of exploration in Franz Josef
lnnd, arrived here on the steam
shipUmbria. He was accompanied
from England by his wife.
Pacific Import Co.
FRIDAY I AT M
SATURDAY " v
Special Hosiery Sale.
Best Values That Were EverOffered In Honolulu, or Anywhere Else
1fi J.. Ladies' Black Lisle Thread mm per pair, in
1UU GOZ Hose, regular $1.00 hose at OUC all sizes.
CEZf Jr. Ladies' Black Cotton Hose,
ZOU QOZ. regular 50 cents, at....
IOI? 1-w jenis-extra
s J 1 t
lOO ilLFataHose, reg. 35c. at this sale at cT)1st3 dozen.
carAll our Hosiery we guarantee genuine Hermsdorlf dye.
tSrSpecial Values will be offered in Hosiery for Boys and Girls.
Ladies' Brown Dress Linen.
Table Linen, in all qualities.
Pacific Import Company.,
U 33 Queen Street
On THURSDAY, Oct. 20,
AT io O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the residence of Mr. S. B. Rose. Green
street, between Kaplolanl and Victoria,
I will sell at Public Auction, the house
hold furniture, consisting, In part, of
HANDSOME PARLOR FURNITURE,
PICTURES AND RUGS,
Writing Desk, Center Tables, Music Box,
Oak B-droom Sets, Chiffonier, Curtains,
Poles, Hall Carpet, Matting, Big Walnut
Extension Table. Blk. Walnut Sideboard,
Ice Box, Meat Safe,
STOVE, KITCHEN UTENSILS,
Glassware, Crockery, Wilcox & Glbbs
GENTLE SADDLE HORSE,
PALMS AND FERNS.
JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctioneer.
Residence Sites .
AT MANOA fcSifc
Having purchased a tract of the finest
land In Manoa for residence sites, I will
now receive applications from parties de
siring to purchase.
These lots are immediately In front of
the residence of H. E. Cooper, Esq., and
command a grand view of Manoa Valley
and the picturesque country to Diamond
There are io lots In 2 series, 5 fronting
on the west, or main, Manoa road, and 5
facing on Lihollho street.
The lots are each 100 feet wide, and
from 160 to 286 feet deep. Government
water main laid past the lots on Weit
Terms one third cash, balance In cnt
and two years at 6 per cent.
Early application necessary.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
33 Queen street
II I A fAK
-. - . .
.At a Great Reduction
. . .Genuine Bargains wi'l be offered