Newspaper Page Text
THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., OCTOBER 25, 1891).
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE.
COL. W. A THOMPSON'S
Prices $i.00, $1.50, $1.00, 50 cents.
Curtain rises promptly at 8 o'clock. Carriages at 10:30.
Hunting Season, - -
WI1I1.I1 Is now well on, we have to offer a good
asortinent "f cheap, medium and high-priced Shot Guns. The well
known I .C.bmlth gun In several grades; also the Parker and Remington.
A fine stock of Loaded Shells, both black and smokeless powders;
and a full assortment of Wads, Shells, and Powders, for those who do
their own lotdlng.
Ploerand other Decoys, Hunting Coats and Hats, Cartridge Belts,
Loading Tools, &c, &...
0. HALL & SON, Ltd
Cor. Fort and Kino: Sts.
Columbia and Itambler A;onU.
POSITIVELY LAST TWO
Mr, Clay Clement
ftND EXCELLENT COMPANY.
Thursday, Oct. 26,
By Request, Mr. Clement's Masterpiece,
SATURDAY, OCT. 28,
Shakespeare's Great Tragedy,
Notice Is hereby given that VVongChong
and Chock Kit have this day sold their
entire Interest In the firm of Wing Chew
Lung Co. to the Company.
WING CHEWLUNG CO.
Honolulu, Oct, ig, 1809. 1357
Tuesday, October 31.
Repertoire First Week:
rtiMJav, Ct. 31 SAID PASHA
Thursday. Nov. a OLIVETTE
Saturday Matinee, Nov. 4 MASCOTTE
FSiturday Night. Nov. 4...CAVALLER1A
I RUSTICANA and LA BELLE HELENE.
Pun) nt Hi I'liim.?.
One Wt'tt MndNoti street druggist
loit 11 cnsttiiucrthrontli his foil Jncsa for
pets. Ho has n lnrgo green parrot, and
tho ciigw in litnig near the telephone,
with tho ic-nlt that Polly has becomo
quite prolicicnt in "telcphonotalk" and
fiirtii'heM nmtli tiiniiHOiuuiit to tho ens
toincrx who liuvo thu tliuo to ttop nnd
Tho other day a Htyllalily dresstl
young lmly riunu rustling into the store
unil uskfd purnilsfilon to uao tho phene.
Tho dinggixt pointed to tho rear of tho
utore, and M10 etitrted in tlint direction.
The Htore was rather dark, nnd when
hlio licnul pome one apparently talking
into tho receiver hIio heated herself 011 a
cbuir to wait.
"Hello ceiitml liellti, liello jes,
(jivo liiufonr-donlilo-eiglitexprefs. Yen,
hello; who in that? Oh. yea; what, jes;
hello, I miy; no, I didn't got that; is
that sot .Well, gecrdby; rltiK oft. Hello,
central; hello, hello; lve 1110" and so
on and soon through soverul repeti
tions. Then t-ho no and advanced with a
itately air to tho clerk and asked if lie
thought "that person" intended to use
Ike tclephono all day.
"Why, that'n only tho parrot; hu"
Lint thu front door had slammed bo
fore he could finish his sentence. Chi
Wnntril o S-e Tlint root.
On the principle that to some persons
even old stories are new, this ono, of
tho royal princelings of England, is
given in Mr. G. W. 11 Unssoll'a recent
book, "Collections and Itecollcctions:"
An English gentloman who had u de
formed foot was going to visit the
qncen at Osborne, and beforo his arrival
tho queen and Prince Albert debuted
whether it would bo wejl to warn the
Prlnco of Wales and tho princess royal
of his physical peculiarity, ho as to
avoid their making cmbairasslng re
marks, or to leave it to their own good
Tho latter course was adopted. Lord
duly arrived. Tho foot elicited uo
remark from tho royal children, mid the
visit passed oil with success. Next day
tho princess royal asked the queen;
"Whero is Lord 1"
"He has gonoback to Loudon, dear,"
"Oh, what a pity I Ho lntl promised
to show Dertio and mo his foot I"
They had caught him in a quiet spot
and made, their own terms with the
2. Lot at Palama, about yi acre.
3. A d:-room lodging house, with a is
.A gocc -avipg ousiness and large tot
of land.iiinrany IccattU.
J. Farm at Hamakua, Hawaii; part !t
6. Lot 50 x 120 Quarry street, near H.
Farm at S. Kona, part In coffee.
75 x 200,
Ueretanla street (Ka
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Post Office Lane, - Honolulu.
iV55'Wii In Iht column uitlh inutliJ tlnetnli
jCT. a hntfirtl tnuttion; to ttnlt uconiinitu
lion; )0 tmll a tittk tmi o null J BMt. 7 Ml U lit
tbiafil tJtitiit ntr ojftrij Ihi fcot'lt of Honolulu.
COK SALn-Loij it Walklkl, $m c.uh
I uti on Vouiir street $1,50.) vidi
Lots at Kallhl.Jw, each
I ols In Nuuanu Valley, all prices
House onj Lntat k'enalo
I nts at k'ewalo, all plus
I on tt Punahou
lloue ani Lot at Pumliou-a biriraln
House ana Larce l.o( it Kallhl-erv cheap.
Apply t William saviiwiE,
iS N tio lortstrett.
TENT Hlih llv HooreJ and (urnlsheJ, cheap; reir ot
1 Llclillg's Photo Tent. 6no Totl Mreet. t ,w.
FR SALE-Ono n-lnth Y riTTIMt, with tlanees
ComDtete: fMntm are finnfj fnr ii-lnh ull
casing; a desirable fitting for Irrlcatlnir rlres. J
LM MLLUTH & CO . win King St. l)4
COR SALE-Pure-breJ, Rough-CoateJ, SCOTCH
r COLLIE PUPPIES. Just received ex bkt S. N
Castle, from Rancho Uonlto's Kennels, California,
lor further Information apply to M. T DONNfcLL,
at WllJer's Iloat Shop, Puppies can be seen at No
114 Robello Lane. Pafama iji4
PR.SALE-On SIIIPMAN ENGINE In r"(Ml
order. Apply to H. G. Blatt. Tort St. not-lf
A TWO-MANUALand Pedal Dass REtD ORGAN
Suitable for Chanel or rMnr. Ilri.itrnm
Music Co , Fort street
TWO COTTAGES TOR RENT desirable location.
I lnton For further partlcularsapply tuGEAR.
LANSINGS. CO "
ROOM TO LET Suit one or tno, prliate family
$10 month ,6 School street. ijo
pL'RNrSHEDlOOM TOl LT( $, per month, prl
1 vatefimlh. CuO VlncarJ street, i Joors from
Queen Hotel ni3
TO RrNT-Two rujnlshej I RONT ROOMS
' Telephone (8, nit
TO LET-rURNISIirD ROOMS, lth BOARD.
6io Hotel Mreet. Walklkl end Tel. if. ,1,1
pOR RENT-A furnished ROOM, at 7) Ilerelanla
' street, npp llawalhn Hotel m6
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSL, Fort St. lie
1 rooms and attendance Its city. nti
A NICE COTTAGE, furnished or unfurnished, j
rnnmt inJ iviuil ttnrat Aluti limits Inrl
WANTID- SITUATION, by a young Jipinese
uoman. to do lleht housework, or as nLr.e In a
private family Address M A , Bulletin office. l6o
)-A SITUATION Or ANY KIND, by
arced Volunteer Best riference. A
Jnss W. S.. this office. 1 16
WANTED-SITUATION leirnlng to tend bar Ad-
Jress AMERICAN. Bulletin office. 1 w
plhST-CLASS JAPANLSE COOK WANTS PO
... SITION Ten years experience Address
SUZUKI, P O. Box 86j. j),4
UANTtD-POS!TKNb experienced bookkeeper.
vv I irst-class references. Address J G., Bulletin
ANTED A position bv an Intelligent, educated
oung American. Good address, references
"K." Bulletin office. i;iB
1ANTED 500 Men to get shaved for 15c. (white
' rarrersi 11. J ct !.". rjio; ion street, opp.
W&, CD Z B3ST
IN CANS, AT TIIK
BEAVER LUfJCH 100.
II. J. NOLTi:, Proprietor.
WAIALUA AGRICULTURAL COM-
Thoreulllbea meeting of the stock
holders of the Walalua Agricultural Com
pany, Limited, at the Chamber of Com
merce, In Honolulu, on Friday, October
27th, 1899, at 10 o'clock a. 111., for the
1. To consider the advisability of In
creasing the capital stock of the Company
by the Issue of 10,000 new shares, and the
method of Issue, and the persons to whom
such shares should be Issued.
2. To consider the question of seeking a
compromise of the suit, of J. H. Soper et at
v. U. F. Dillingham and 'I he Walalua
Agricultural Company, Limited, so far as
this Company is concerned.
3. To electa Director.
4. To consider any other business which
may be legally brought before said meet
ing. E. D. TENNEY,
Secretary Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
During my absence from the Hawaiian
Islands, Mr. W. M. Graham will act for
me in all business matters, under power of
Honolulu, Oct. 23, 1899.
1358 BRUCE CARTWRIGHT.
THE DAY'S STOCK REPORT
Ilettteen tlnarJs This Mornlne 10 Pioneer )$
jo llawn Sti a)o, no Ookalaao ?s
Session This Mornlnc 17 Olaa at t.50, 5 Klhel
I), 5 Kahuku ljl.
Uetween UoatJs YeterJay Afternoon ij Oatiu
Session YeilerJay Afternoon jo Olaa 1.50, 10
For additional Shipping (News see seventh pact.
Weather Bureau, Punnliou, Oct 26.
Temperature Morulmr minimum.
72; Midday maximum, 70.
(Barometer corrected for gravity .06.)
naroinetor.O a in, !)0.0I. Irregular
juuuiaii, tio, 0 .ill
Dew Point 09 K.
Humidity nt 9 a 111 82 percent.
Diamond Heatl BlKiial Station, Oct
21, 1 pm Weather hnsy, wind high
Tuestlny, Out. 21.
Am stinr China, Hoabtiry, 10 days
from Yokohama: 2 cabin nnd 33 Uhl-
neso and J00 Japanese immigrants In
tlio steerage, nntl nidse. to II Hack-
fold & Co.
Wednesday, OH. 25.
OSS Australia. Houillette. 0 days
1(1 licurs from San Francisco with
moll ami passengers and general mer
chandise to W. O. Irwin & Co.
Stmr Upolti, Hcnnlrigsen, from Ha
Ship John A Brlggs, from New
castle with coal.
U S cruiser Nov,ark,MeCalla, 7 days
from San Francisco en route to Ma
nila. S S Mlnworn from the Colonies.
Tuesday, Oct. 24.
Stmr Klluucii Hon, Dower, for
Stmr Claiidliu', Cameron, for Lalia
lua, Kaliuliil and way ports.
Stmr WO Hull, Thompson, for Na
wlllwill and way ports.
Stmr Mlknhala, lVdersen, for Ma
kawell. Stmr Keauliou, Mosher, for Lalm
Itm nnd Kaaunpall.
S S Carlisle City, Altken, for Han
VESSELS LEAVING- TOMOItUOW.
Bennett, for Klhel
aio p in.
TO SAIL THIS
Srhr Ada, Moses, for
I'lMPINO WOULD SELL OUT.
Mnniln, Oct. 17, 8:55 n. ra.
General Otis has received mess
ogee purporting to corn 0 from from
the insurgent General, Pio del
Pilar, offering to sell out nnd dec
liver his army into tho ban-Is of
tho Americans. Although ho is
not satisfied that this offer is au
thentic, it is intrinsically imprnb
able. The policy of Gouoral Otis
is firmly set against buying any
Pilar offprs for the sum of 830,-
COD to rpfrniu from attacking Mr-J
mla with his army; for the sum of
$250,fl0i) he offers to surronder his
army a'ter n sham battle, both
sides flrinu into tbo air, nod for
tho sum of SjOO.OOi) h says be
will procure tbo overthrow of the
insurrection nnd the ctptnre of
Aguinnldo, Paterno and the ether
FIIKIOlIT CIIOWDISI) WHAItVtt.
San LVnnoieco, Oct 17. Uuless
something is dono for more dock
room tbero is apt to bo n conges
tion of business this winter nt this
Tbnt soma idea may be secured
of the increase of business with
Australia, Honolulu, Manila and
Australia ouo would hnvo to com
paro the business of tbo water
frout with n corresponding period
of last year. At this time a year
ago very littlo was being done
along the docks, and merchants
wore decidedly blue. Now nil
Tho eteamer Australia, which,
twelvo months ngo, went out com-
Earatively light, has had offered
er at least ono thousand tons of
freight mora than sho can carry.
Tho Hawaiian sailing Hoot has all
it can do, and thora is a decided
sbortago of tonago for tho island
K9r Kuplolunl'a Casket.
Jno. F. Oolburn received from
Sohreve & Co., the Ban Francisco
jewelers per 'bo Australia this
morning tho plato and orest to be
placed on tho casket of tbo late
Queen Dowager Kapiolani.
Wlllliu II. AplMon Dying,
New' York, Oot. 17. William
H. Appleton, head of tbo publish
ing house of D. Appleton & Co.,
is dying at his country homo in
Rivordnle, N. Y. Ho is 8G years
On To Manila, a complete hi
tory of the Philippine campaicnl i
handled inclusively by the 'Bull" l '
Notice to Tax Payers.
Tax payers are hereby notified that the
Property Taxes for 1899 are now due and
payable to the Deputy Assessors of the
several districts, at the times and places
mentioned In the notices posted throughout
Section 29, Act 51, Session Laws, 1896
"If any property tax shall remain un
paid after the :5th day of November In
any year, to per cent of the amount cf
such taxes shall be added by the assessor
to the amountof such taxes at said date,
and shall become and be collected as part
of such taxes."
All Property Taxes not paid by Novem
ber 15th will be delinquent.
The Delinquent List will be published
after December 1, 1899.
Assessor First Division, Island ofiOahu.
Men's, Women's, Children's andAiIsses',
I Boys' and Youths' tSis2
MONDAY and TUESDAY,
Oct. 30 and .,1,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. EACH DAY,
At the store of A. E. Murphy & Co.,
Hotel street, near Fort, I will sell at Public
Auction, the large and complete stock of
SHOES, consisting of Calf, Vlcl Box
Calf, Kid, Russia Calf, Patent Leather,
Dong. Kid and Canvas In Bals, Oxfords,
Lace, Buttons, Sandals, S. Ties and Slip
pers. Black, Brown, White, and Colors.
Also, the Side and Center Fixtures,
Benches, Foot Rests, Window Stands,
Window Fixtures, Desk, etc., etc
JAS. F. MORGAN,
No shop-worn goods on the coun
ters of merchants who advertise in
Pacific Import Co!
THURSDAY V . .
,JB)AT- GTS. A flUU.
Special Hosiery Sale.
..Best Values That Were Ever Offered In Honolulu, or Anywhere Else..
OfiTaTk arl-vrr Ladies' Black Cotton Hose, Ofi?-
ZOU QOZt regular 50 cents, nt.... OC per pair.
1QC 1rv Gents' extra heavy Black Cotton -t OffBox M
lOO OOZHose, reg. 35Ct at this sale ntlOd0i!en.
BQsrAll our Hosiery we guarantee genuine Hermedortf dye.
rjfirSpecial Values will be offered in Hosiery for Boys and Girls ..
Ladles' Brown Dress Linen.
Table Linen, in all qualities.
Pacific Import Company.
i 33 Queen Btrcci
On 1TBIDAY, Oct. 27, 181)9,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At the residence of Mr. J. H. Crawford,
1090 King street, two doors Walkikl of
the Sanitarium, I will sell at Public Auc
tion, the household furniture, consisting In
ANTIQUE OAK HALL RACK. AN-
TIQUE OAK ROCKERS. MAHOGANY
SETTEE, TABLE AND CHAIRS, OAK
WRITING DESK AND BOOKCASE.
GOLDEN BIRCH CHAIRS, HAND
SOME HEAVY OAK BEDROOM SETS, '
HAIR MATTRESSES, BRUSSELS CAR
PETS. OAK DINING TABLE AND
CHAIRS, HANDSOME BRASS BED,
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, KITCH
EN UTENSILS, OAK KITCHEN TA
BLE, STOVE, LINOLEUM, SADDLE
BRIDLE, ETC., ETC.
Here is an opportunity for fine furniture. I
The house is for rent. 1
JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctioneer.
On THUESDAY, Oct. !0,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the residence of Mr. S. B. Rose. Green
street, between Kaplolani and Victoria,
I will sell at Public Auction, the house
hold furniture, consisting, In part, of
HANDSOME PARLOR FURNITURE,
PICTURES AND RUGS,
Writing Desk, Centtr 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.'
$1.00 hose at
; . . . At a Great Reduction
.Genuine Bargains wi'l be offered
WsWtf.a-. . . J . J . yfimfjfc