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evening bulletin, HONOLULtr, n7rTliSuDliYTn'sov7i87,'mir
Big New Stock of
Rubber-packing, Rubber Belting
1 1-2 to 12 inches, Split Slcel Pulley
from 6 to 30 Inches, Split Steel Shaft
ing, dnlvnnlzecl Steel and Iron Rope,
Steam Plow Cobles, hoisting Rope,
blocks, Etc. -
and a complete line of
E. O- Hall & Son,
Great Book Sale
THE GOLDEN RULE
having to vacate premises on the first of the year, has
determined to CL6SE 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 very
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 al1 be sold at the same reduced prices.
Books published for St. 25, now go forSi.oo; Si. 50
books go for Si 20, and all other books sold proportion
ately low. All Goods Sold for : : : :
J. M. WEBB, - Prop.
1170 River Street.
Bet. Bcrctanln and Paunhl.
Tel. Blue 841.
P. O. Box 878.
Rubber Tires pat on in Satis
some pcoplo encounter In .select
Ing wall paper la In the poor and
Insufficient variety that has
been carried In Honolulu. Those
people havo not seen the elegant
papers wo havo In stock, nor
could we expect It, for as "Rome
was not built In a day" neither
could wo hope to ho visited by
everybody during tho short tlmo
we havo been In business.
All are welcomo at our store,
and we hao a stock of WALL
PAPER that Is far ahead of any
thing over seen here. Don't lose
any time In coming to see us.
BeretanlaSt.,nextto cor. of Emma
Blank books of all description de
jlgned and made at the EVENING
BULLETIN'S Job Office.
Keen Kutter Tools,
Knives and Shears.
MF'G CO., Ltd.
Fine Carriages, Wagons and
Tracks. Repair Work a
All orders promptly attended to.
Only competent help employed.
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coallnga Oil
Field, of California,
Proven oil lands, completely sur
rounded by as rich oil-producing wcllt
as there nro In tho State, yielding from
SO to 230 barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at the Coal
Inga wells, 70 cents per barrel.
With twenty-five producing wolls of
100 barrels each per day, you can
make your own calculation as to
The oil Industry of California Is Ic
Its Infancy, yet many fortunes have
been mado by Judicious and lucky In
vestments In oil stock. Many mors
will bo mado In tho near future.
The average advance on original
sslos of oil stock in twenty leading
companies in California has been
from SI to 1108 per share.
Oil lands havo advanced from 11.25
to $1,000 and 12,000 per acre.
When the Pacific Union Oil Com
pany has a number of producing wells
on Its property, its stock will have
tho samo show for even greater aa
vanco, as somo oil stock has advanced
from 11 to 11,600 per share.
The Pacific Union Oil Company nm
no salaried officers, and Is controlled
by woll known gentlemen of Integrity
who will see that the monoy derived
from tho sale of stock will bo legiti
mately applied to tho development of
For furthor Information, apply to J,
H. FISHER & CO., Stock and Bond
Brokers, nnd Hawaiian agents for the
sale of a limited amount of Pacific
Union Oil Company stock. Stangen
wald building, Merchant, street.
Uncle Wayback I declare, Elvira,
this knife tastes soapy, same as the
Shrow Niece It's too bad, uncle, but
city servants nrc so careless. Try eat
ing with your fork. May be that's
clean. New York Weekly.
Weather Bureau, Punnhou, Novem
ber 18. Temperature Morning mini
mum, TO; Midday maximum, 80.
Barometer nt 9 a, in. 30.11. Steady.
Dew Point G6F.
Humidity nt 9 n. m. 74 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, No
vember 18. Weather hazy ; wind fresh
Sunday, November 17.
Am. schr. Aloha. Fry, from San
Francisco, ln Kallua and Lahalna.
Ocr. up. Llta, Harms, 133 ilaj'B from
Am. but. Archer, Calhounii, 14 days
from San Franclsrn.
Stmr. W. (I. Hall, Thompson, from
Schr. Alice Kimuan, irom Itanium.
Stmr. Claudlno, I'urkor, from Maul
Saturday, No ember IC.
Stmr. Kc An Hon. Moshcr, for Kona,
Eleelc nnd Makawnll,
Sloop Kalulanl, for Pearl City.
Schr. Walalua, for Mololtal.
Sunday, November 17.
Am. schr. W. J. Patterson. Pearson,
Am. bk. Annie Johnson, Engcls, for
Am. schr. Charles E. Fallt. Hcnnlng
sen. for tho Sound.
Am. sp. Emily F. Whitney, Brlgman,
for San Francisco.
Stmr. Nlllinu, Thompson, ror KllaU'
en. at 5 p. m.
Mtmr. Wnlalrnlo. Plltz. for Circle,
llannpope, Wnlmca, Kckaha, loading.
Stmr. I.uhua, .Napaia, lor .iioiumu
pcrts, nt 5 p. m.
Schr. Mnlulo, for llanalel and Iva
llhlwnl nt I p. m.
Schr. Lady, for Koolau ports, at 5
Stmr. Maunn Loa. Slmcrson, for Ko
mi ports, nt noon.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Scarle, for
Koolau norts at 7 a. m.
Stmr. W. U. wall, Thompson, mr
Kauai ports, at 5 p. m.
Stmr. Claiimnc, Tnrkor, lor Maul
ports, at 5 p. m,
From Maul ports, per str. Claudlno,
Nov. 17 C. D. Lufkln, K. S. OJcrdrum
M, D. Lowell, C. II. Jennings. Mrs.
Sheldon and child. Miss Hnttie Shel
don, Mrs. P. Johnson, II. Sheldon,
Charles Healy, John Urwln, W. B. Mor
ton, 11. Robinson, II. A. Vawlck, A.
Sinclair, Chin Shin, Chong Kwon
dice, Mrs. Barba and child, Young
Kam, C. Amde, F. Garcia, O. O. Leong,
wife nnd child, M. Mehcula, I. Ahong,
Mon Sing, II. Howell, nnd 15 deck.
From Hamburg, per sp. Llta, Nov
17 J. Halbckoth. wife and child.
From Knual ports, per str, W. O.
Hall, Nov. 17-0. N. Wilcox, F. Weber,
W. M. Graham, Mrs. J. Aldo Jr., Miss
M. Achuck, C. A. Itlcc, Dr. Pratt, H. F.
Hayscldcn, W T. Lucas, E. S. Boyd
and wife, Mrs. Strels and fen-ant,
Chow Yuen, C. Achong, A. W. Dow, A.
T. II. Jackson. O. W. Patton, Ah
Chung. Tal Ho, II. P. Baldwin. E. K.
Dull, John Passable, II. J. Buchanan,
Dr. Hutchison, P. McLnne. Mr. Lund,
A. Edsman, Mrs. Jarvin, Mrs. M. Cos
ta, M. It. Tcvls, J. C. Jcrves, G. Chung
Sur, Kodann, Henry Loo Kong, Ah
Chow, Charles Makanul, and 80 deck
From Hllo and way ports, per str.
Klnau. Nov. 10 Count Knpulst. II. B,
Blandlng. T. L. Stanley, Paul Jarrctt,
W. II. Scott. George Boss, wife and
two children, Major Wood, Lieut. Ly
man, Henry Deacon, J. A. Scott, A.
V. Carter, Georgo Lycurgus, J. An-
drade, Father Bowman. Father Mc
gevney, W. Pullar, Bev. J. Mnkekau, D.
Linn, lieorgo II. Dcrgstrom, II. Ben
liiiidt, wlfo nnd child. Judge Little.
.Mrs. L. Tnnarn. Mrs. W. J. PIcknrd. J
M. Horner, J. Watt, J. Glbb, E. T. Pat
tern, W. I). Greenfield, T. E. Green
field, W. B. Glberiion, P. Ceroghlns,
W. S. Kobaynshl. S. D. Kokl, wife and
child, E. A. Frnscr. E. E. Oldlng and
wife, A. Leong. Young Chnn, W. E,
Iievtrcnce, T. E. Illchardson, Lieut
D. J. McLellnn, II. Prouty, J. K. How
land, Y. Soga, Yl Hip and son, II. E,
Kelscy, J. II. McKcnzIe and wife, R. A,
Andrews, Miss A. Horner, and 98 deck
A GRATEFUL ADVBRTI8ER.
The following from an advertiser la
The Hulletln Publish nc Co.: I wish
you would tako out tho advertisement
in your paper relating to tho renting
of my honso. Fifteen minutes after
the first insertion of tfio ad. In your
paper on Saturday, I succeeded In
leasing tho placo at a fino sum. Thank
ing you ngaln, nnd recommending your
paper to nil advertisers as tho very
best medium In town, I am very ro
November 18, 1901.
Tho schooner Aloha made tho run
from Knanapall to this port In a fow
minutes over six hours. Sho sailed
from the Maul port at ten minutes nf
ter C o'clock on the afternood of Sat
urday and arrived off poit hero al mid
night the samo evening.
The steamer Klnau will not sail for
the other Islands tomorrow. She Is to
be held over one day to accommodati
the managers of the plantations now
hero for tho sessions of the planter,
meetings. Tho vessel will Ball on Wed
nesday at noon.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
The regular meeting of tho Frater
nal Order of Eagles will bo held In
St. Antonio Hall on Wednesday, No
vember 20th, at 7:30 p. m.
T. A. SIMPSON,
1997 Nov. 18. 20. Secretary.
SING CHAN CO.
Hardware, Tinware, Glassware
and Carriage Goods, Etc., Etc.
and Sewer Connec
tions a Specialty.
229 King St., between River St. and
R. R. Depot.
Ou Wont Ads.
Your Wnnt Ads.
To Supply Your Wants.
P. S. So does the BULLETIN, the
newsiest dally In Honolulu.
Ads. In thl. column will be Inserted
at 15 cent, a line one Insertion; 25
cent, two Insertion.: 30 cents one
week; 40 cent, two week., and 60
cent, one month, tiiii is tne cneapesi
advertising ever offersd tne people of
liUI AND COLD BATHS nt the Silent
Barber Shop. Everything sinewy
up to dato; now and clean. Just
what ou'ro looking for. 1991-lm
PIANO TAUGHT BY EXPERIENC
ED TEACHER; new, quick method;
$5 month; special attention to adult
beginners. Address box 610. .
REMOVAL Tho Sewing Machlno Ex
change has removed to 1288 Fort
St. All kinds of sewing machines
bonclit, sold, rented or exchanged.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS Tho Union
Express Co. has WHITE SAND FOR
WANTED Position, assistant book
keeper, office work. Z. 11., Bulletin.
WANTED Position ns cashier or of
fice work by a lady of energy nnd
experience. Address E. C, Bulle
tin office. 1996-lw
WANTED City salesman to carry
sldo line on commission. Address
1). O., this office. 1996-tf
WANTED By a good tennnt, a small
cottage, with yard; rent must be
$15 to $25. Address F. K., this of
VANTED By young married couple,
furnished house of six rooms. X. Y.,
P. O. box 349. 1993-lw
WANTED A young German girl to do
general housework. El Premero,
1189 Alakca St. 1092-lw
WANTED Position as stenographer
by bright, energetic young lady with
j ears of experience with law firms
and general business, ltnpldlty, ac
curacy nnd first-class work guaran
teed. Address M. E, Bulletin of
fice, stating salary, 1992-lw
WANTED Work on single or double
entry books: books exported, open
ed or closed; financial statements;
trial balances rendered by practical
accountant. Address Accountant,
this office. 1975-lm
WANTED To sell Diamond nnd On.tl
Rings, In the latest styles. Watches
repair eu Dy a jeweler of 35 years'
experience. G. DIETZ, Fort street.
near Hotel. 1808-tf
ROOM AtND BOARD.
MOSQUITO-PROOF rooms; electric
lights; telephone: nil modern Im
provements; best of tablo board. Ap-
iuy izou iicreiania Ave. 1992-lw
THE LOS ANQELES 1523 Tort St.;
newly furnished rooms, mosquito
proof; terms reasonable. 1930-tf
ROOMS AT THE ALOHA Fort
Street, from $1.60 to $2.50 per
FOR SALE A first-class lodging
house, very cheap; part cash, part
mortgage. Address K, this olllce.
PURE White Leghorn Chickens and
Eggs (guaranteed). Samples of
birds at California Feed Co.'s, whero
customers may obtain Information.
E. C. Smith, Pearl City. 1990-tf
FOR SALE Carriage and' saddle
horses. Apply at 307 Stangenwald
FOR SALE Flno family horse, buggy
mm Harness, ror pneo and partic
ulars seo Chas. Bellina, Club biables.
FOR SALE Coral rock for filling. Ad-
iiress 11. ai, uuncan, at Hulletln of
FOUR LOTS, Hobnin St.. Kapahulu.
Walklkl; $J0O each, half cash; bal
nuco $10 month, each lot. Jeff's,
43 King St. 1980-lm
STEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE The
"Talula." as sho now lies in tho har
bor. Sho Is a nearly now boat. In
perfect working order, and has been
of lato used In towing at Kabulul
harbor. W. H. Pain.
TO LET Five houses, central loca
tion; 1, 8 rooms, $30; 1, 0 rooms,
$25; 1, 5 rooms, 5-year lease, $12.00;
2 together, 14 rooms, $33; furniture
for sale, $750 cash. Apply to J. W.
!-akc, Sewing Machlno Exchange,
1288 Fort St. 199Ctf
LARGE, sunny mosquito proof room,
centrally located; $10 per month.
Apply Pantheon Barber Shop.
TO LET Three rooms, with kitchen.
bath and pantry (unfurnished); now
houso, near electric cars; rent $10.
Address J. M.. Bulletin office.
TO LET Suit of offices In Progress
block. Inqulro of Bruce Wnrlng &
Co. 1980 tf
TO LET Now cottages on Nuuanu
Ave., $25; on Insano Asylum road,
$12.50; on King St.. Palama, $10.50:
off School St., nr. Nuuanu, $16, P.
E. R Strauch, room 38, Campboll
blk., 310 Fort St. 1984-2W
TO LET Two
FOR RENT A largo hall In the Wav
erloy block, sultablo for lodges, so
cieties, etc., furnished or unfurnUh
ed. Apply to A. V. Gear, 1976
TO LET A large, sunny tront room
in a pHvato family; mauka Thomas
Square; hot and cold water; electric
lights; possession given Oct. 16th.
Address A. B. C, P. O. box 672.
TO LET A furnished house of nine
rooms, cor. Artesian nnd Blngbam
Sts. Address P. O. box 383.
TO LET Two lurnlshcd rooms and
rooms for housekeeping, $15. 1400 fteshment rooms for tho accommoda
te. ...,.1.1. n...1 a. 1QQQ.9v'f .1 .- n...- .,,, ..
1 uiivtiuuni ofc. ..i.- t u.jh ui me huc-hp. 1 lie r-ijinn lame ai
TO LET-Houso on LIHI.a St. near t'"1 a Bre,at f attention. The
School, containing double parlor, 4 1Ionf,r allll 'Prn "ootli was the most
bedrooms, dining room, bath and i'iutlful. ThU was presided over by
patent W. C. Enquire of Jos. Frlas, MI,hh Lucy Ward and Miss Emily Ijidd.
nt J. P. Bodrigues, on Fort St., opp.l Mr. Kltcat and Miss Cameron pre
llackfeld's. l9S-t s,,Pll ou.r ,,e irRe 1)00tn wlloro wcro
TO LET Entire second floor of build
ing on Fort St., above Hotel, to be
1 eiidy for occupancy about Dee. 1st.
Address II. I)., Bulletin office.
SIX-ROOM COTTAGE, Punchbowl St..
modern Improvements. Apply lo
A. O. Cunha, 2d house abovo Mor
mon Church. 1991-lm
FOR RENT A now house on Arte
sian St. of six rooms with all mod
ern Improvements. Enquire of Clias.
E. Frasher, Consolidated Soda
FOR RENT Ttiroc or four unfurnish
ed rooms; Hackfeld and Spcnrer;
fine marine view. Lower Walklhl
NEWLY FURNISHED rooms. Borota
nla Ave., cor. Kceaumoku St. Mrs.
LOST Lady's gold watch, Saturday
afternoon. Fort St., between School
and Hotel Sts. Beturn to Bulletin
olllce and obtain reward. 1997-lw
LOST A gold watch at tho old base
ball grounds. MakIM, Thursday
evening. Finder can obtain llboral
leward by returning samo to Ster
ling's Paint Shop. 1995-lw
STRAYED Three red and whlto hom
ing pigeons, sliver bands around leg.
Boward given if returned to Prlnco
FOUND In Opera House. Nov. 9th,
a small article of Jewelry. Call
quartermasters office, Drlllshed
FOUND A purse containing a sum of
monoy. For particulars call at tho
police station. 1980-tf
Hawaiian Opera House
Mr. James Neill
AND THO NEILL COflPANY.
Direct from 20 weeks of unparallel
ed success In San Francisco. Present
ing Nov. 14 ROSEMARY.
Nov. 15 THE CA8E OF REBEL
Nov. 16 UNDER TWO FLAGS.
As presented threo months nt tho
Garden Theater. Now York. A dra
matization of Oulda's novel.
Nov. 19 "An Ideal Husband." Oscar
Wilde's Greatest Play.
Nov. 21 Nancy & Co. Famous Au
giifttln Daly Comedy,
Nov. 22 The Jilt Dion Bouclcault'a
Itcmarkable Racing Drama.
Nov. 23 The Royal Box Charles
Coghlan's Romantic Masterpiece.
LAVISH SCENIC rtOUNTINOS I
No Children under 7 year, admitted.
Seats now on sale at Wall, Nichols
TEL. MAIN 04.
Mrs. H. H. Williams
Art Embroidery and Stamping.
Full line of Art Materials : :
Art Embroidery Taught : :
Love Building, Fort Street
Design your own ledgers, cash
books, etc. If you are undecided, we
will help you. That Is in our line and
the PRICE IS RIOHT, at the EVEN
We've all heard of tho dog which
both growled and wngged his tail to
tho bewilderment of tho bystander,
who knew not which end to believe.
A like uncertainty often exists In
the case of an advertiser whoso prom
ises have been known to hello per
formance. The question naturally
arises, "Is he entitled to crcdcnco
No doubt we've made many a mis
statement In these ads, of ours occa
sional errors will creep In Ilka boys
under a circus tent. But by this time
we flatter ourselves tho people of Ho
nolulu know us too well to confound
casual blunders with wilful misrepre
sentation. Would You Do U. a Favor?
Tell Ut Our Fault.
i HI F
IN OF ST. ffi
The fancy work fair and festival on
tt-e grounds of St. Andrew's Cathedral
Saturday afternoon In aid of St. Peter's
Chinese chapel, proved an unqualified
success. There wag an Impromptu pic
nic held on the grounds In the after
noon. The lecture rooms of the Slslers'
school was decorated In fine Bhapo and
apportioned off Into booths and rc-
JUplajed the great collection of dolls
and material for fancy work. Prob
ably the most popular of all tho
)uiitliii was the candy and peanut
booth which was presided over by Sis
ter Albertlna. A large amount of
moniv wan taken In at that place.
Mls Ireno Dixon, Miss Davison and
Mrs. C. W. Booth, assisted by several
little gills, attended to tho work at tha
refreshment booth nnd Miss Margaret
Walker and Mrs. C. F. Pond served
tea. knndnlches and enkes at tables.
The grounds wero open from 12 noon
until 6 o'clock and during those hours
there was a continuous stream of peo
ple, shotting that the occasion was a
moot popular one.
HOME RULB MEETING.
There U to be a meeting of tho Homo
Ruler, on the grounds In front of tho
drill uhed this evening for the purpose
of saj Ing good-bye to Delegate Wilcox,
who Ieaes for Washington by tho
Sltrra tomorrow. There will bo n
number of speeches made, and among
theso will be one by Mr. Wilcox him
self. It Is understood that he will out
line .1 plan of action for tho Homo
Rutors and that he will advise them
in a number of particulars bearing
special inference to tho next campaign.
Othr speeches will be mado by party
leader, during the course of which
there will be tome talk on the' refusal
of the Governor to grant a special ses
sion. ASSESSOR'S WILD RIDE.
Hllo, Nov. 16. George H. Williams.
Deputy Tax Assessor, returned from
North Hllo Saturday night. He had
been collecting taxes In that district
and oanic In with his pockets bulging
wmi uraits. no encountered much
dllllculty in dodging landslides and
crossing soft places In tho road. He
Hays ho wuuld have given up tho at
tempt to reach homo had he rot
l:iiwn that F. M Wakeflell had como
over i!ie road a mtlu ahi'.id if hiip. At
plactH'tho road was well nlsli 'mpn'.s
aide, and 'vi;ic It was di-i. It was
light enough to realize that big rorkb
w.ro 1'ingln; by their eyebrows to l'.u
cllff'i oveihoktl. Wakefield ranio In
muddy and Wf t nnd tho Tax Collector
.'roi.ril uke no had been taking mud
treatment for rheumatism. Ho reports
five landslides along tho road. One
flume trestlo was down at Manilla
and two at Laupahoehoe.
Tukii the white stalks of celery,
wash, trim and cut Into six-Inch
lengths and with a sharp knife shed
one end of each piece to the depth of
one und one-half inches and then tie
the stalks Into small bundles. Cover
well with boiling water; add a pleco
of mace, a slice of onion, a few pepper
lorns ami u uttlo salt and boll until
loiiuer. orain from tho water and
piace in a heated covered dish and
sere with u white sauce, adding the
oeaten yolk of an egg and a little
lemon juue. Remove .the strings from
me teiery ouroro adding the sauce.
nenrjk sienklewlcz, author of "Quo
Vnills," unlike most writers who seek
tne quiet of tho countrv. flnrto
charm in the freedom und lonllness of
a crowded hotel w Ith all tho comforts
of the century." He spends most of his
time at Ragatz, Switzerland,
King Street Near Nuuanu.
FIRST-CLASS MEAL8 8ERVED
AT ALL HOURS.
Cheapest Good Meal In Town.
65 Queen St.
Tho undersigned wilt receive appli
cations to loaso lots In tho "SCHMIDT
CENTRAL BLOCK" on Borctnnl
street. No. 588, adjoining tho prem
ises of tho Queen's Hospital.
This valuablo property will be divid
ed Into several business sites and of
fers a flno chance to investors In Real
Estate Sultablo for Stores. Lodgtn
Houses or Dwellings. Applications fo.
lots win be treated in priority and
will pay to make early applications.
An Important featuro of these lease
Is that the lessee haB tho option of
purchasing his lot In fco simple during
tho term of his lease at a flguro based
on the rental he Is paying.
Terms and conditions of lease with
amount of rents asked can be had on
Ja8. F. Morgan,
65 Queen Street.
65 Queen St
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