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EVENING BULLETIN, IIONOLULU. It. T., FRIDAY. NOV. I. lOftt.
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No Cause for
j our books are put
away In a
MACNEALE and URBAN
Best insurance In the world. Plenty
show that these safes nro absolutely fireproof In every respect.
Entlro new stock In nil sizes Just received by
E. O. HALL & SON,
CALL AND SEE THEM.
CORNER KING AND
PAY US A CALL.
Great Book Sale
THE GOLDEN RULE
having to vacate promises on the tlrst of the year, has
determined to CLOSE OUT ENTIRE STOCK as nearly
as possible within the NEXT SIXTY DAYS. In order
to do this, and save cost of removal, we have made
A Sweeping Reduction in Prices
in All Departments from
20 to 50 per cent.
This reduction is not only on all old stock, but the ery
latest things in Stationery and : : : : :
all new books
Nothing is reserved at this sale, and those who come
first will get first choice. We have just opened and
placed on our shelves OVER 2100 NEW BOOKS, and
these are al' be sold at the same reduced prices.
Books published for $1.25, now go for Si. 00; Si. 50
books go for Si 20, and all other books sold proportion
ately low. All Goods Sold for : : : :
J. M. WEBB, - Prop.
UNION LABOR DECISION
lleb-na. Mont.. Oct. St.- Tin Hu
tu emu Court today handed down 1111
important decision Involving th
question of the pun him1 of supplies
innniifni tilted by mm union labor.
Some months ago the State Furnish
ing Hoard advertised fm bids fur fur
niture for the new Stat.house, Tho
lontrnit was awarded ' the Hubert
Mitchell Furniture Company of One in
nut In, O.. lor about U'.o00.
Altt r the eontiact hud been award
ed and helore It was signed the labor
unions of the State piotc'stcd against
the action of the Hoard on i.iti mound
that tho Mitchell Cejnipnny i'inplo)ed
jinn union labor. The lloaid then, by
U Mite of 2 to 1, rescinded the louttact
and bet forth on the minutes that the
jiahcm of Us action was because the
111 in employed uou-utiloii men. Gov
ernor Toole, who Is u member of the
lloaid, did not assent to the nitlou uf
tile other two members, Attuine) (leu
ulul Donovan and Secntuiy of Statu
Hays, on the mound that the ruifnu
tut 1 excluding wus not Ivcul.
Tim furnlturo compauy then applied
to the Supreme Couit for a wilt of
mandamus against the btute lluaid to
compel It to carry out the lontruit. In
jesii-tlng the motion the Attorney (Jen
eiul set up that, as tho lloaid had not
uelle'itlsed fur bids uieoiillug to the
statutes, tho awuidlug uf the luutiuit
Tlie Court today denied the wilt nil
that ground, but In a long opinion It
tald that the reasuus weru not sulll
1 lent and If tnu advertisement hud
been act online to law, thu fact Hint
the company employed non-iiuluii la
bor would not havo absolved thy lloaid
liuui Its peiformanee. Dlds weru call
ed fur ng.iln. nnu
unuer uiu uecisiou,
nun union firms will have the sunn
consideration as union.
Blank books of all dcsctlptlnn de
signed and mado at thu EVENING
BULLETIN'S Job Ofllce.
of evidence In Honolulu fires to
Iiulntli'st iiml picttleM In1 fimm
Minium mi tin' Inland, iiml e undue ted
In (list i In in inn n in r.
ICE CREAM, SODA, OYSTERS,
Ti'il. Coffee, I'hoeolnle, Etc.
i:icililc faun generously ellstrlhiit
nl tmiKc the plai i' inul nml honifott
able, nml tin- !!' Ii.-mit If ill furiiltuiu
Kile It ii tone (if splendor.
The King of Natural Table Waters
A Natural Sparkling
Water bottled at the
ZullhuuH, - Germany.
The Favorite of New York
and London Society.
from among the mineral
waters of the world by "The
Lu.idon Lancet.' The highest
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
The agent of thu lloaid of Health
should pay a visit to tho Kakaako dis
trict, more particularly to the Intel
section of I'uiiehbuwl stieet with thu
Ala Moana. Just mukal of the latter
road theiu is a most foul smelling
swunin which bus to bo uashcel by the
i puHhengers fiom the Oile-ntnl bti-uiu
ers. The bud odor not ulunu being
slckeulug is not unlikely to be n breed
ing spot for mulurlu spii'udlug mosqui
toes. Right over the swamp u shuck
occupied by ten oi fifteen Chluuse Is
Weather Bureau, Punahou, Novem
ber S. Temperature Morning mint
.litmi, 72; Midday maximum, T9.
Barometer nt 9 a. m. 29.91. Irregular.
Ha In fall O.TS. At Luaknba 3.SI.
Dew Point "OP.
Humidity at 9 a. ni. "S per cent.
Diamond Head Slgnnl Station, No
vember s. Wenther cloudy; ruining;
wind fresh NK.
Thursday, New, 7.
Schr. Walalua, from Kauai ports
Friday, November 8.
0. S. 9. Alameda, Herrlman, 5
days 20 hours from San Francisco.
Am schr. C. I.. Woodbury, Harris, 17
dajs from Eureka.
Thursday, Nov, 7.
Str. Haw nil, Ilcpnrtt, for Maul and
Sir. .lames Mukee. Tullet. for kllnu-
Str. Mlkuhnla, Gregory, for Eleelo,
Mol.swell. Walmea .'nil Kekahn.
Str Mauna l.oa, Slmcisnn. for Kimu
P. M. 3. S. City of Peking, Smith,
for the Orient.
S. S. China, S.tbnr. from H18
y. 1! A lanieila. Iferrlmiin. from S.iu
Francisco- may nrrlve this nfternoon
S'chr K.iuiill.inl. JlO'es. fill Kooluil
(.oris nt 5 p. 111.
From Sin I'mnrlsio, per O. S. S.
AlameiH November S. .dls I.. An
ilcrsnn Mrs llalley, Miss . llerkii, Geo.
1 Ulonmnulsi Win, llooth. Airs. E. M.
1 lt"j .1. .1 llmldeii, Miss A, lliown, Miss
I L. Ilrmwiell Miss G. nruckner, .1 W.
button John Carnegie, Mrs. ("nriuglo,
111. Cacperflelil, Miss Cnsperneld, liar
.eld Cnrtle .Mm. II. E. Cooke, Miss
Cooke, H E Cooper, Miss .1. Dean,
II. Dechnnt P. Dortch, J. M. Dow
Uett. Mr". I)iiwnitt nud two ihltdieii,
Miss Dowsett, II. I. Dwver, .1. Erie-1
(son. .Mrs. Erleson, Miss AI. Forbes,
,ti Gardner, It. M. Gllmau, T. (iinnt
Mrs. Grnnt Miss It. Hlckstclu, E. N
I Holmes, Mrs. Holmes and child. .1. P.
ilu-.tin.wser. Mrs. Hostrawser, T. A.
llluilej. W II. Jerrltt, E. G. Jones,
C t IvnniMly, J. A. Kennedy, A. I
I..wU. Jr I. II. Mnekenrle. P. Mni-j
lcars nieharil Marr, Emniett May.
i Mrs. Muhall T. .1. McCabe. .1. Me-1
i v i ,,ir-.-ii ., ..iM'uneiK, uuueri .tioins,
JnmeH Nelll Mrs. iNelll, E. Nelll. Miss
IP. E Neumann, Samuel Pinker, P
ruilrlil, () P. Peek. It. O. A. Peter-
(son I. P Picseott, Mis. P. H. Pieb
Ici.tt C Siiiidnlil, Mrs. .1. A. Suigent.
Jliss Akui-s Suigelit, J. II. SebniKK,
.Mis. S Scliolltld. S. Seatou, Will.
Smellle. Mis. Smdlle, J. U. South
nnl. Miss Spinney, J. W. Thomas
Miss M Thomas. V. Thompson. Alls.
Thompson, James Vance, C. II. Wells,
Al. Wuiner and wife, i.nd the Nelll
'i,miitti of plueis.
The little two-iuabtcd schooner C. L.
Woodburv. from Eureka, arrived hero
this morning under command of her
owner, Captain Hurris. Tho vessel
bus a cargo of redwood lies and mude
the remarkably fast time of suventecu
days fiom port of departure.
tier owner was foimerly htud tuna
at the Oahu prison and lately went to
thu Coast to purchase a schooner for
tne island tiuile. He looked over a
good many vessels and nnally decided
upon tue wociiihury ns best suited to
his purpose. Shu was bought nud
loaded eurgu fur this Dort. Tho schoim.
er Is a trim looking craft und wns fun
ineny In the sealing business mid
Nomu trade. She is built on about
the sume Hues us the schooner Con
curd now ruunlug between the li-lamU
and Is of ntaily thu sainu size.
Washington, Nov. 1. Over und
above the four warships for whlob,
Con,5rebi directed him lubt section U
prepare plans ns a basis for approprU
Hon at the next session, Seeietm
Long has before him the leeouinieu
dutlons uf the Hoari! of Nuvnl Con
st! ne tlon looking to nuthoilutloii by
Congress uf the building of ueurlj
foity more vesbids of classes fiom li.it
tlcshlpf, down to tugboats. The plini
for the two armored crulccis anil two
lHttlcnlilM projeeted by Congress last
fcscion iilie.ul have been pic-pu'ed,
and IjooK to the construction uf p!,0')0
ton I uttli bh'ps and ll.Ouu-ton iiiilberi.
The ha ttliMhlps und eiulserH sddi
tlonil to thoiij which the oiuctru t!o"!
boarel ,iopu-.cj piobably will le of
tin snine sUe and guni'hil t)ie . Tb'
llcmid's comp'eto plan Is:
Thi.'O i en-gcliiK battleships of About
IG.t'Oii tons d'cpl.icemciit.
Two iirrnoie.l crulseis of about 14,
iDO tons displacement.
l giinboiitk of about Cijii ton.
ril gunboats of 2U0 tuns.
.Six Kiiuhoats of 1200 ton.
Two collleis of about 15,01)0 tuns.
One i pall tlilii of about I'M Knu,
&l tulnli.g ships of about 20ud tonf.
Pour picket biMts of about U.'O toun.
REVOKE (ill TREATY
Wnslilngtun, Nov, 2. The (lciieiu
nu lit of Nlcuiuguu bus terminated thu
treaty iiudii which the United Stutea
wun empoweieel to eonstiiict uu Inter
ne ennie canal ucioss thu tenltuiy of
Tills action has been conveyed to
tho Stutii Department by thu Nlcma
Kuan Mlnlstei for Poielgu Afinlis.
That olllclul dedaies that thu leniiii
clntlou In nowlce affects the friendly
lelatlous between the two countries
nud the Nlcuingiian Government de
ciles the conclusion of new (initios.
m . p
An Irish lover remarked that It Is it
gieutcr pleasure to be alone, especially
when youi "swatehenit Is wld e."
Faint heart never won fair lady;
except, of course, when thu lndy mude
up her mind t tint shu couldn't stund
I to see him luce,
Our Want Ads.
Your Want Ads.
To Supply Your Wants.
P. S. So dof the DULI.I-TIN, the
newsiest dally In Honolulu.
Ads. In this column will be Inserted
at 15 cent a line one Insertion; 25
cents two insertions; 30 cents one
week; 40 cents two weeks, and 60
cents one month. This Is the cheapest
advertising ever offered the people of
PIANO TAUGHT BY EXPERIENC
ED TEACHER; new, quick method;
15 month; special attention to adult
beginners. Address box CIO.
REMOVAL Tho Sewlni? Machine Ex-
change has removed to 1288 Port
St. Alt kinds of sewing machines
bought, sold, rented or exchanged.
GET OUR PRICES on billiard and Dual
tables beforo buying elsewhere; sold
on easy payments. Our cushions ara
guaranteed for twenty years, and
are made by a now vulcanizing proc
ess. Old tables fitted with our cush
ions are as good as now; satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded. See
our advertisement of "Manager
Wanted" for la'ful slot machine.
Palmer Billiard Tablo Works. Chi
cago, Ills. 1937-2m
IF YOU HAVE a houso for rent or
want to rent a houso, sco A. R.
BINDT. Collections carefully at
tended to and promptly remitted.
Ofllre 115 Kaahumanu street. 1893-tf
NOTICE TO BUILDERS The Union
Express Co. has WHITE SAND FOR
yvANTED-llny nt .werehants' Parcel
),.u,.ry Co, lu47 ilethel, near Ho-
,;i St. 19S9-U
WANTED Work on single or double
entry books, bonks experted, open
ed or closed; financial statements;
trlnl balances rendered by practical
nceotmtnnt ddress Accnuntnnt
this olllee l'i7."-1m
WANTED YounK lad
Paelfle Import Co.
WANTED Room nncl hoard In private
family, convenient to business, by
mnn nml wife and child. Address
11. T. . I., this olllee. 1987-lW
WANTED lluggy or light road wag
on In good repair. Address, stating
price. Q. I)., this ofllce. 1981-lw
WANTED Partner with a small capl
I tal, to Increase a paying business.
Address L. T.. Ilulletln ofllce.
WANTED Furnished room, centrally
located, mosquito proof, II. C, Bul
WANTED Position as stenographer
and typewriter by joung lndy bf ex
perience. Address A. II., tnls of
MANAGER WANTED In every large
county to appoint agentu for tho fa.FR 8ALE-26 shares Havval an , To-1,
mous "Gamo o' Skill" nickel slot uacco Co- 'W. Apply to Judd &
machlno for drinks or clears: lew. Co.. Ltd.. 307 Stnngenwald Bldg.
macblno for drinks or cigars: law
ful everywhere; takes placo of all
forbidden slot machines. Rented or
sold on easy payments. Secure ter
ritory quick. Palmer Billiard Table
Works. Chicago, Ills. 1937-2m
WANTED To sell Diamond and Opal
Rings, In the latest styles. Watches
repaired by a Jeweler of 35 years'
experience. G. DIETZ, Port street.
near Hotel. 1808-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
THE LANGTON King St. near South.
Board and lodging. Mosquito proof.
GOOD TABLE BOARD. 19C0tf
THE LOS ANGELES 1523 Fort St.;
newly furnished rooms, mosquito
proof; terms reasonable. 1930 tf
TO LET Two lurnlshed rooms nnd 2
rooniB for housekeeping, $15. 140"
Punchbowl Hi. 19SR-2w
TO LET New cottages un Nuunnu
Ave.. 2.i; on Iiihnno Asvlum road,
$12.30; on King St., Pnlama, WM;
oft School St., nr. Nuunnu. $15, 1
E. It Strnuch, loom 3S, Campbell
blk., .11 ti Port St. 19S4-2W
TO LET Furnished rooms, centrally
located. 1050 Rlcharus St. 1970-2W
NEWLY FURNISHED rooms. Heroin
nla Ave eor. Kecaumoku Stl Mrs.
TO LET A lnrgo. sunny tront room
In n pHvuto family; mauka Thomas
Squaro; hot and cold water: electric
lights; possession given Oct. 16th.
Address A. B. C, P. O. box 672.
TO LET Six-room cottage on College
ni., wiiu siauie anu servnnts qurr
tcrs. Apply it) Beretanla St.
8 room houso,
Ave. Room Z
ROOMS AT THE ALOHA Fort
Street, from $1.50 to $2.50 per
FOR RENT Two (2) story houses at
Kehatilikn-pa. on Young 3t contnhv
lng two bedrooms, parlor, dlnlng
loom, kitchen, bath room nnd patent
water closet dv'vustalrs. Kaptolanl
Estnto Ltd. 192I-tf
TO. LET 2 cottages on Punchbowl
St. Enqulro nt No. ltvlS Punchbowl
St. 1 980-1 w
FOR RENT A large hall In tho Wav
erley block, suitable for lodges, so
cieties, etc., furnished or unfurnish
ed. Apply to A, V. Gear. 1970
FOR RENT A new house on Arte
sian St., ot six rooms with all mod
ern Improvements. Enquire of Chas.
E. Frashcr, Consolidated Soda
Works. 1922 tt
If there's ono department w'o'vo moro prldo In than another It's that
of our Curtnlns nnd Houseneeplng Linens.
Wherever elso we may no strong or weak, In Uiat basement depart
ment we unquestionably excel. .... ,, .
Nor Is that only our own opinion no merely echo the general verdict.
What has made that department preeminent?
Factors not a few, among them this; For several months after we
started business It wob run nt a loss, when It could have shown n protlt.
How so? Was that wise management?
It was, ns the sequel proves.
Come what might, we were determined U have the most satlsmctciry
assortment In the city and wo did,
Now hero aro somo vury big values In flno qualities and exquisite pat
Marie Antoinette Curtains, choice
and rare patterns, fruit ot tho
most famous English looms, per
pair - '
Dentelle-Arabe, falthrul copies of ex
pensive Pnilslennc originals
$9.50, $10, $11
Irish Point Curtains, beautiful, soft
lacy effects In ecru nnd white..
... . 9
Point de Paris, must be seen to gain
nroner appreciation; only one
TO LET Two front
rooms, no. a
FOUR-ROOM cottage to rent; modern
improvements; $25 n month. Aloha
lane and King St. Enqulro next
TO LET Tho premises on Port St..
now occupied by the First ivntlonnl
Hank of Hawaii; possession given
on or about Deccmuor 1st, 1901. For
particulars apply to CECIL HIIOWN.
TO LET Suit of nfflces In Progress
lilnplr Innulrn nt Tlrllpo Wnrlne- ! '
TO LET Front room, with smaller
room communicating; suitable! for
doctor or dentist, llli Nuunnu near
FOUR LOTS. Hobrou St.. Kupahulu, Jely lot. Including lnnnyiif Hoiioltil.i s
Wnlklkl; $100 each, half rash; hal- well known people and the Nelll com-
nnce $10 month, each lot. Jeffs, ljany, got together soon nrter envlnp
4.1 King St. 19fi-1m J'& Irunclsiii und ma, e it jil.ttsniit
for each other, lhey all speak of thu
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY; cotifec- trip ns tho most pleasant one In every
tlonery and Ico creim parlors; well 'way that they have token on the ocean
established In an lBlanel town; rea-.and Captain Herrlman hns made a
son Tor retiring. Ill-health; rhcap!,vvarm lrlend of each nncl every emu
For particulars address II. It., this of tho people aboard.
olllee. 198-lwl This morning he wbb presented with
tho following communication from tho
FOR SALE Phaeton, with now rub-1 passengers, every one of whom signed
her tires; $80. G. B. McClellan, 503 It
Stangenwald bldg. 1980-1-v "At Sea. November 8, 1901.
nr. o'. r- ,, i -, "Wo, tho undersigned passengers
FOR SALE-Callfornla driv ng marc, ln th(, m.-am,,,!,, Alnmedn, deslro to
riuo.vi iuau c.uii uuuiiBiii Harness.
Judd & Co, Ltd
Ltd 307 Staneenwnld llidc
i.iu., mi aianKcnwuiu uiug.
FOR SALE Ten fine lots nt PUU-
NUI, above Wyllle St.; high and
drv. with cood nntlnnk. nml mnvo.
nlent to Rapid Transit. Apply tJ
FRANK 8. DODGE, 77 Merchant 3t
FOR SALE New and second-hand
Smith Premier typewriters for sale
or rent. All makes repaired. Wanh
Ington Light Co. 1959-1m
STEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE
"Talula." us she now lies In tho har
bor. She Is a nearly new boat. In
perfect working order, and hns been
of lato used In towing at Kahulul
harbor. W. H. Pain.
TO LEASE Two story houso of eight
large rooms, with uath and P. O. on
both Iloois. also hot and cold water;
partly furnished If desired; very rea
sonable to tesponslblo patty. Apply
II. Gorman, Fort S.. opp. Club stable.
LOST OR STRAYED Pair of light
line mnri.H ulitti, nn lilnil Idith. N'titl.
fv iiiieit, I'm- a- I'mmtriri.tinii Pi,..!
Stungeirwiild bldg. Tel. Main 70. iHuwalluii Steamship Company at this
IDijij tf Iort has ree-elve-d no ncitilU atloit of thu
- plan reported to have been eairled
STRAYED Three red and white limn- through of thu combination of his com
ing pigeons, silver hands mound leg, pnny and the Puiiamn Railroad Com-
Howard given If returned to Prlneo pany to curry llawullau sugar tu Phil
Kalanlanaole. 198ii-tf ndelphlu.
LADY'S gold hunting case watch. No.
101,709. Rutin n to Bulletin oftleo for
suitable ruward. 19S3-tf
FOUND On the 4 o'clock King St.
ear, a wiiu purse containing small
sum of money and postofllco ke-y.
'Owner cuu havo same by calling at
this cilllte and pnvlng for notice,
FOUND A gentleman's bicycle, on
Bethel St. Owner can havo samo
by piuvlng property nnd ptylng ull
expenses. Apply Pacific Haidwaio,
Ilethel St. 19!ili-lw
FOUND A purso containing a Btun ot
money. For particulars call at tho
police station. lDSO-tf
Sl Btevi'doieu engaged In
vvcuk uf handling enrgo aboaid the)
Hce-uiiier wny oi . cuing weiu lliuilj
euiiicu in sea mis moiuing wneu tnu
vessel leu inu wnan. iwo oi iiiein
managed to get oft by Jumping to the
wnuri iiom me siern oi-ino uoui wnuo
iwii cjuiem jumped mm mu Miner mm
swum nshuio. Thu other two called
fmiitic ullj for a shuiebuat, which ciimo J
alungslde, took them off and lauded i
Point de Calais, the swell curtnln of
Robblnet Ruffled, pretty, transpar
ent, Inexpensive, n curtain for use
where windows nro small or in
odd shapes, n lottage curtain, per
pair $2.50, $3, $3.50, $4
Nottingham; our stock ot Notting
ham curtains is complete nnd the
$3 to $10 a pair
Guipure, somo Interesting novelties
In these fnvorlto curtains nt
$4, $5, $6.75, $9
' ALAMEDA'S FAST IN
ARRIVES HERE A DAY
AHEAD OF HER TIME
Captain Herriman and Crew Remem
bered by Their Passengers in
The Oceanic steamship Al.imcda.llve
days unci twenty hours from Snn Pran
elf to, crowded Ui.il passengeis, nr-
rive,i .r(. shortlv hetoro noon today
nia,r a t.ry peasant trip rroiii thu
;0ant. The steamer sailed fioiii the
lily ahout 3 o'clock on thu nfteinoon
of the -d Inst., and experienced lino
v.eatber most of tho way to pint. The
pasbenger., of whom there weie a very
Fi.ow nllr kp,.n nnrprlnfl,,n nf the
307 Btangcnwald!KU,at badness dlsplnyed by Captain
, llerrlmnn nn lhl nur flrwt nvnirf,
w h him We are .... t
hhm- ! I." oi
, !"8-' " "Fn'r"4' '',''"
?'"!.". '"Ll ml r,mnln.B '
most of us old trav
el! nearly every
lueiiiiiniiip line running on inn i-iieiue,
I, , i,,,,,-.,,, ,,,, ,.,., ,,i, ,,,,,,
l..ifA. i i,i i .
ui. i,ii ii. iwuum-p-, mill i-eiiiiii'H)' nil Ullf
Icrnlt on which we have traveled thnn
m ,n" steamship Alameda, by Captain
, Herrlman. his officers and crew, and
a" n sl'sbt token of our nppree latlon
of this fact we subserlpc omsclvcs,
Hero follows the slgnntuies of nil
The steamer got better firemen In
San Francisco mid ns u result shu
mmlo much hotter time thuii on either
or her other two trips, her dally i huh
'being as follows: November .lei, 30 1;
November 4th, 35C; November nth,
344; November fitli. 3S(i; November
7lh. 35S: November Sth to noon. .1.11
miles. Flnu weather nnd moderate
northeas t trade-winds prevailed
prevailed throughout the trip.
Among tho passengers returning to
tho Inlands In the Alameda mu: Hon.
II. E. Cooper, Mrs. E. M. Boyd, P.
L. Dortch, J. M. Dowsett-, wife mid
child; J, A. Kennedy, A. Lewis, Jr.
P. MneVle-urs, Euimett May. J. Sle
Crosson, .lames Nelll and wife, Miss
Paulino E. Neumann, Hon. Sum. Pur
l.er, R. C. A. Peterson. T:. P. Pies
colt nnd wife. J. II. Seluiack. W.
Thompson nnd bride, nnd C. II. Wells.
Manager Morse of tho American'
In tho lubt mull from the Const,
which was u large one, nothing nu
thorllutivo regarding the combination
was received by the local agents.
While It is believed that there muy be
homo truth In the published report, It
is not thought that the radical ehaiigo
in thu route ot thu sugar would be
mado without first consulting the ship
per a and consignees uf the enrgnes.
Hawaiian Opera House
Mr, James Neill
AND THE NEILL COdPANY.
Direct fiom 20 weeks of Ulipuiullel
eel sue cesi In Snn Frnnciseo. Present
Nov. 12 THE LOTTERY Or LOVE.
Augustus Dalv's Greatest
nov, 13 THE CASE Or REBEL
NOV. IB UNUtH IWU l-LAUS.
LAVISH SCENIC nOUNTINOS I
No Children under 7 years admitted.
65 Queen St.
Ry the Alameda today I will receive
260 Sacks Potatoes.
100 Boxes Applet.
3600 Pounds Cabbage.
20 Dozen Cauliflower.
1000 Pounds Yellow Turnips.
1000 Pounds Beets.
500 Pounds Parsnips.
1000 Pounds Carrots.
1000 Pounds Red Cabbage.
All of the above will bo sold tit mic
tion, and families should remember
Hint this will afford an opportunity to
buy fruits nnd vegetables In quanti
ties to suit at less than the market
Jas. F. Morgan
Owing to closing out the business
of the HONOLULU STOCK-YARDS
CO., LTD., I will sell nt Public Auction
nt the premises of tho company, on
King street, Honolulu, on
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11th,
At 10 o'clock A. M.,
All of their carriage, express and dray
Severul California and Hnwitllnn
And a lot of new
Buggies. Phaetons. Surrejs, Sets of
Harness, Etc., Etc.
Stock und Carriages can be seen
daily at tho stables.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
AUCTION SALE OF "ORPHEUM"
Under orders from Hon. Geo. D.
Gear. Second Judgo of tho Circuit
Court of tho First Circuit. In foreclos
ure of tho mortgngu of Tho Orpheum
Co.. Ltd., to C. S. Desky, I will sell
at public auction, to thu highest bid
der, for cash, on
Saturday, November 16, 1901
AT U O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, C3 Queen street, that
certain parcel of land, with all im
provements tncrcon. and known ns tho
Orpheum Block, situated on tho north
ern side of Port street. This property
has a frontage of 120 2-10 feet on Port
Btreet nncl contains 38-100 acre. Terms,
cash, United States gold coin. Deeds
nt expense of purchaser. For further
information, npply nt office of
' JAS. F. MORGAN,
05 Queen 8t.
Tho undersigned will receive appli
cations to leaso lots In tho "SCHMIDT
CENTRAL BLOCK" on Bcrctnnla
streot, No. 688, adjoining tho prem-'
lees of tho Queen's Hospital.
This valuable property will bo divid
ed Into several business sites and of
fers a flno chnnco to Investors in Real
Estate, Suitable for Stores, Lodging
Houses or Dwellings. Applications for
lots will bo treated In priority and It
will pny to mako early applications.
An Important feature of these leases
Is that tho lessco has tho option of
purchasing his lot In fee simple during
tho term of his lease at a figure based
on tho rental he Is paying.
Terms and conditions of leaso with
amount of rents asked can bo had on
Jas. F. Morgan,
6$ Queen Street.
65 Queen St
I fin) iii nan j.r I