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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H, T., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1901:
Big New Stock of
Rubber-packing, Rubber Belting
I 1-2 to 12 inches, Split Steel Pulleys
from 6 to 30 Inches. Split Steel Shaft
ing, dalvanlzed Steel and Iron Rope,
Steam Plow Cables, hoisting Rope,
Blocks, Etc. - - - - -
and a complete lino of'
Keen Kutter Tools,
Knives and Shears.
E. O- Hall & Son,
CORNER KING AND
PAY DS A CALL.
REPAIR AND BUILD
ALL KINDS OF
Safe Work of all kinds. Typcwtiter,
Phonographs, Etc., Etc., Repaired.
UNION STREET, NEAR HOTEL.
Phone Blue 721. P.O. Box 112.
J. W. SCHOONINQ, Manager.
Is what a new stock of paper
looks like tnat wo have receiv
ed. Looks like Ingralnt but Is not
However, It's a good paper at a
Thoso who have seen it could
not tell It from Ingrain, but we
will not try to get tho price of
Ingrain paper for It.
Wo received at the same time
many excellent designs In high
grado papers. Como and see
at lowest prices.
BeretanlaSt.,nextto cor, of Emma
HENRY 6T. GOAR.
Members Stock and Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chase and sale ot Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern and Foreign Stocks ane
403 California St.,
San Frnnclscn, Cal.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Wllder's Steamship Company.
At tho ndjnurncd annual meeting or
tho stockholders of this company, held
on this day, tho following ofllcors wcro
elected to servo during thu ensuing
C. L. Wight President
W. M. Glffard..Vice President
S. 0. Rose,... Sec. and Treas.
W. Pfotenhauer Auditor
Tho abovo-named officers, with 10. I).
Tenney, E. K. Bishop and C. C. Beck
ley, comprlso tho Board of Directors.
S. B. HOSE.
Honolulu, November 20th, 1901.
Daintiest and prettiest Ice cream
parlors on the Island, and conducted
In flrst-class manner.
ICE CREAM, SODA, OY8TERS,
Ten, Coffee, Chocolate, Etc.
Electric fans generously distribut
ed niako tho place cool and comfort
able, and the new beautiful furnlturo
gives it a tone of splendor.
and Machine Co.
Protection for Coffee
Porto Rican Leaders
San Juan, Porto Rico, Oct. 28. The
J'orlo rtlrun merchants now In tbo
United States as guestB of the Now
York Chamber of Commerce will pro-
aerl n petition to President Rooovclt
when In Washlnfi'in, In which, nltor
hinting that coffci production, which
for tho past twenty years his bc;ii
tl.o piinclpal soui-ii of .bolr island's
urtllli. U now experiencing a very
laif.'cir.us cilsls, they reclto tho
facts that have ledt to It.
These Include, they sav. tbo block.
adi nni! war of 1S9S, the hurricane of
tue loiicwing year, nnd last, ami most
grievous of all, tho Dlnglcy tariff. "J lis
tariff was mado nnDllcablo to mor.
rhandlso Imported from foreign coun
tries Into I'orto Rico, and It has
brought about retaliatory measures
against I'orto Hlcnn cottco Spain and
Franco have Increased their duties,
and Germany Is preparing to do so.
But the woes ot the I'orto Rlcans
doeB not end there. Free trade being
proclaimed between tho Island and
the United States, that country has
been rivaled by cargoes of cheap cof
teo from Brazil. Venezuela and other
countries, which have been reshlpped
as natlvo coffee to tho detriment of
the ieputatlou of tuo island. This
iirougnt about tho last nlow at Porto
Itlcan coffee In tho shapo of a duty ot
J12.50 gold, every 100 Kilograms, Just
decreed by tho Government of Cuba;
In lieu of tho J3.055 with which If had
This measure, it Is held, shuts out
tho I'orto Itlcan corTco from tho Cuban
niurkets, to which tho growers wcro
wont to ship ovcry year J3.500.OOU
Tho -petition concludes in a scries
of resolutions by which In effect Porto
Rico demands as a right that tho
products or her soil and of her manu
factures be protected by tho national
It asks that the production of Porto
Itlcan coffee bo fostered for five years,
by the ullowanco of a bounty of five
tents ou overy pound exported, to bo
paid out of tho Federal Treasury, un
less the Government and Congress
snoum prerer to lavor tho consump
tion In tho United States by levying
a proportionate duty on foreign cof-
ree imported into American territory.
In case, the allowance of a bounty
should bo decided upon, that a local
duty of flvo cents on ovcry pound of
coffee Imported In Porto Rico bo-voted
by Congress, In order to prevent tho
Invasion nnd fraudulent rcshlpplng of
That In tho next reciprocity treaty
between tho United States and Cuba
n fnvoiablo disci Imlnatlon be Bccured
In behalf of I'orto Itlcan toffeo.
"Papa, doesn't 'faculty' mean abil
ity?" "Certainly, Georgey."
"Then why do they always call
teachers In a college a faculty?" Chi
Sir Thomas Upton Is an enthusiastic
admirer of Amcilcan bred trotting
horses and keeps n line team of them
at his country place, Osidge, near
Soutbgate, England. He drives them
more frequently than any other pair
he owns. Sir Thomas Is also fond of
equestrian exercise and enjoys a gal
lop every morning,
A meeting of the McKInlcy Memor
ial Committee was held In the presi
dent's ofllce of the Bank of Hawaii yes
terday afternoon, attended by J. A.
McCandless, chairman; Itev, V. D.
Westervclt, secretary; A. 0. Hawei.
assistant secretary; Governor Dole, C,
M, Cooke, T. Cllve Davles, K. J. Ima
nlsht and K. A. Schaeter.
Henry Wntcrhouse was sent for and
nsked to assume the chairmanship of
the O.1I111 committee, which he con
sented to do.
Chairman Krascr of the Koliala com
mittee announced collections amount
ing to over $200, in addition to the $53
already reported, and said there was
probably (50 more In sight Repoiti
from other places Indicated that the
people were entering Into the spirit of
the memorial most heartily.
It was suggested by a commlttco that
the souvenir certificates of contribu
tion, In order that they may not be
cheapened, be given out only for a
contribution of fifty cents, which would
give all school children, families and
worklngmcn, an opportunity to possess
such a certificate. The matter was
placed on file.
It was also stated that the commit
tee would gladly receive suggestions
for the form which the memorial
should take, and theso will be placed
on file with those suggesting a flower
market and public playground.
Weather Ilurcau, I'unahou, Novem
ber 22. Temperature Morning mini
mum, GG; Midday maximum, 80.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 30.03. Steady,
Dew l'olnt 67F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 73 per cent.
Thursday, Nov, 21.
Str. J. A. Cummins, Seorle, from
Friday, Nov. 22.
T. K. K. Hongkong Maru, Kilmer, 5
nays ZZ hours from San Francisco.
Thursday, Nov. 21
Str. Mlkahala, Gregory, for Kauai
Str. Keauhou, Mosher, for Kauai
Schr. Mot Wnhlne, for K.iual ports,
Gas. schr. Eclipse, Towntend, for
Schr. Aloha, Fry, for San 1'ranclsco,
S. S. Hongkong Maru, Fllmer, from
PEEP BEHIND THE SHS
On next Friday evening, Nov, 29th
at the Opera House, during the per
lormance of " A Social Highwayman,'
Mr. Nelll will Initiate his patrons Into
the Intricacies of that mysterious
realm beyond the footlights, by show
ing In full view of the audience how a
scene Is set and the amount of tlms
and careful labor Involved In arrang
ing one of the elaborate stage setting!
used In the above play.
The rare perfection with which all of
Mr. Nelll's plays are presented, tho
thoroughness of every minute detail,
has been the subject of conslderabla
comment here as elsewhere. Tho waits
between acts have been commented
upon by some. That not an atom of
time is wasted In any of theso produc
tions will be conclusively shown In tho
demonstration to be given next Friday
evening. Mr. Nelll believes In sacri
ficing n few moments of time to secura
n more perfect stage picture and the
splendid results of his efforts have
been attested nightly during the en
On Friday evening tho curtain will
descend on the first act of "A Social
Highwayman" as usual. Then It will
be raised disclosing tho competent
stage force busily removing the scenery
nnd properties of tho first act and af
terwards thoso of the second. This
will also call attention to the careful
ness with which very small detail Is
arranged and the vast amount of ma
A Chejenne, Wyoming, paper receiv
ed 111 the last mull elves nn nrnnimt nt
tho preparations made In Cheycnno for
me ninerai or tno late John C. Balrd
held on the 9th Inst. Tlin fnnernl cer
vices were held from St. Mark's Epis
copal church nnd conducted by Rev.
Georce C. Rafter nnd hn Knlirhls
Templar. State, county nnd city offi
cials aiicnueu, also representatives of
tho Wyoming National Guard, olllcera
irom rori uussoll, the Bar Associa
tion nnd City Fire Department. Or
ganizations attending in a body wcro:
Cheyenne Lodge, A. F. & A. M Acacia
Lodge, A. F. & A. M., Woodmen of the
World, Ancient Order of United Work
men nnd Union Pacific Railway em
ployes. DIED FARJROM HOME
Sumo limit nun n 1i Miln(u.A n.
ed through Honolulu on his way to
Australia, wltero hu went to Investi
gate tho timber land proposition ot
J. W. Smith, formerly n school teach
er m me uuwaiiau islands. Ho was
sent tiv ennttnllutu In itrlilal, r..i...
bin. Papers from Australia received
ujr mm until contain ina sad Intelli
gence that Mr. Mclntvro died before
ho bud over seen tho land in question.
Ho leaves a wife and family In British
Tbcro wcro three football teams at
practlro on tho Mnklkl grounds yes
terday afternoon. Tho H. A. C. under
tho direction of John Wlso did good
n-ork and the Malle Illirias showed
good form in practice Tho associa
tion players did some clover work in
preparation for their coming game.
Ou Wont Ada.
Your Want Ads.
EVERYBODY WANTS -To
Supply Your Wonts.
P. S. So docs the BULLETIN, the
newsiest dally In Honolulu.
Ads. In thlt column will be Inserted
at 15 cents 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 offersd the people of
HOI AND COLD BATH 8 at the Silent
Uarbvr Shop. Everything strictly
up' to dato; new and clean. Just
what you're looking for. 1991-lm
REMOVAL The Sowing Machine Ex
change has removed to 1288 Fort
St. All kinds of sewing machines
bought, sold, rented or exchanged.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS Tho Union
express uo. nas white band for
WANTED A stenograpner In an of
fice where desk room will be given
for services. 1'. O. Box 92.
WANTED White Bcrvant for general
housework. Apply 1148 Wilder Ave.,
near Plllcol. 1998-lm
WANTED Position. nul.lnnl Imnk.
Keeper, omce work. z. R., Bulletin.
WANTED I'nsltlnn nn rnsiif r np tt.
flco work by a lady of energy and
experience. Address E. C Bulle
tin omce. 1996-lw
WANTED City salesman to carry
side lino on commission. Address
B. O., this office. 1996-tf
WANTED Work on single or double
entry books; books expertcd, open
ed Or Closed! flnnnel.il llnlomnnli-
trial balances rendered by practical
accountant. Auurcss Accountant
this ofllce. 1975-lm
WANTED To sell Diamond and Opal
Rings, In tho latest Btyles. Watches
repaired by a Jeweler of 35 years'
experience. Q. DIETZ, Fort street,
near Hotel. ISOS-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
THE LOS ANGELER 1R93 EVi.t at .
newly furnished rooms, mosaulto
proof; terms reasonable. 1930-tf
ROOMS AT THE ALOHA Fort
Street, from 11.50 to 12.60 per
FOR SALE Cheap; 700 foundation
atones, inquire H. K., Bulletin.
FOR SALE A gentle driving horse.
nuuauio lor a iaay to drive; perfect
ly sound. Inquire W. W. Wright.
FOR SALE Furnitiiro fnr ulv.mnm
cottage, cheap; privilege of renting
ui iow ugure, Auurcss K. c, this
offlco- 1 999-1 w
FOR 8ALE U'nirnn. hnrn nn,i
horso; good condition; cheap. Ap
ply Sanders & En Fee., 781 Alakca
FOR SALE A flrst.lnao 1n,llrlnr.
iiuiiso, very encap; part cash, part
mortgage. Address K, this oUlce
PURE Wblto Leghorn Chickens and
eggs (guaranteed). samples of
birds at California Feed Co.'s, where
customers may obtain information.
E. C. Smith, Pearl City. 1996-tf
FOR SALE Carriage and saddle
norsos. Apply at 307 Stangcnwald
FOR SALE Flno family horse, buggy
uiiu Harness, ror price ana panic
ulars see Clias. Bellina, Club btables
FOR SALE Coral rock for filling. At!
mi-aa it. .u. Lnmcan, at iiunetln or
FOUR LOT8, Hobron St., Kapahulu.
waniiKi; xjuu cacn, linir cash; bal
aneo $10 month, each lot. Jeff's
43King St. 19SClm
STEAM LAUNCH FOR 8ALE Tho
iniuia." as she now lies In tho bar-
l.n OU. I. - .2 ... 1 . .
uw., oiiu in u in-uriy now uoat, 10
perfect working order, and has beon
of late used In towing at Kanulul
harbor. W. H. Pain.
TO LET A furnished house of nine
rooms, cor. Artesian nnd Bingham
Sts. Address P. O. box 383.
TO LET Flvo houses, central loca
tion; , s rooms, f30; 1, G rooms,
$25; 1, 5 rooms, 5-ycar lease, $12.G0;
2 together, 14 rooms, 833; furniture
for sale, $750 cash. Apply to J. W.
I-nlco, Sowing Machine Exchange,
1288 Fort St. 1990-tf
TO LET Two front rooms. No. !)
Garden lano. v 1880 tf
TO LET Houso on I.llllia St., near
Bcnooi, containing dnublo parlor, 4
bedrooms, dining room, bath and
patent W. (1. Unqulro of Jos. Frias,
at J. P. Hodrlgucs, on Fort St.. opp.
TO LET Entlro second lloor of build
ing on Fort St., abovo Hotel, to be
leady for occupancy about Dec. 1st.
Address II. I).. Bulletin ofilco.
TO LET A largo, sunny front room
In a pHvato family; mauka Thomas
Squaro; hot and cold wator; electric
lights; possession given Oct. 15th.
Address A. B. O.. P. O. box 572.
FOR RENT A new houso on Arte
sian St, ot six rooms with all mod
ern Improvements. Enqulro of Chas.
E. Fresher, Consolidated Soda
MORE ROOM NBBDED
OUR - DRESSMAKING
has expanded to such proportions dur
ing tho past few montlm that wo havo
been obliged to seek larger and pret
Which comes from having one of
tbo best Modistes In tho country for
that Is what our Dressmaker Is. This
is not our statement. It Is the state
ment of a multitude of fastidious cus
tomers. That they mean what they
say Is proven by their returning over
and over again; by their bringing
their irlendB; by their delighted sat
isfaction with Madamo's creations.
Wo have secured Rooms 201-202 and
203, up ono flight, In the Boston Build
MADAME : BAD6LEY
will hereafter bo pleased to meet her
old friends, as well as thoso who havo
not yet made trial of her artistic skill.
To LET Mosquito-proof room, cen
trally located. Apply E. E. Miller,
Pantheon Barbar bnop. 1991-ti
LARGE, sunny mosqutto-proot room,
centrally located; 110 per month.
Apply Pantheon Barber Shop.
TO LET Suit of oirices In Progress1
block. Inqulro of Bruco Waring &
SIX-ROOM COTTAGE, Punchbowl St., I
modern Improvements. Apply to
A. O. Cunha, 2d houso abovo Mor
mon Church, 1991-lm
TO LET Two lurnlshed rooms and 2
rooms for housekeeping, $15. 1400
Punchbowl Si. 1988-2W
FOR RENT A large hall In the Wav
erlcy block, suitable for lodges, so
cieties, etc., furnished or unfurnish
ed. Apply to A. V. Gear. 197C'
LOST A green stono brooch, with
gold bells attached. Two dollars
reward and no questions asked if
returned to W. 1.. Eaton, Bulletin
L08T Lady's gold watch, Saturday
afternoon. Fort St.. between School
and Hotel Sts. Return to Bulletin
office and obtain reward. 1997-lw
LOST A gold watch at the old base
ball grounds. Maklkl, Thursday
evening. Finder can obtain liberal
reward by returning same to Ster
ling's Paint Shop. 1995-lw
STRAYED Threo red and white hom
ing pigeons, silver bands around leg.
Reward given if returned to Prince
FOUND Two bicycles. Owners may
have same by proving property and
paying for advertisement. Call hack
Btand No. 1"C. 1998-lw
FOUND A purse containing a sum of
money. For particulars call at tho
police station. 1980-tf
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coalings Oil
Fields of California.
Proven oil lands, completely sur
rounded by as rich oil-producing wells
as there ore In the State, yielding from
50 to 250 barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at the Coal
inga wells, 70 cents per barrel.
With twenty-flvo producing wells of
100- barrels each per day, you can
make your own calculation as to
Tho oil Industry of California is in
Its Infancy, yet mnny fortunes have
been mndo by judicious nnd lucky In
vestments In oil stock. .Many mor
will be mado In llio near future.
Tbo average advanco on original
sslcs of oil stock In twenty loadim
companles in California has been
from $1 to $108 per slinro.
Oil lands have advanced from $1.25
to $1,000 and $2,000 per acre.
When tho Pacific Union OH Com
pany has a number of producing wells
on Its property. Its stock will have
tbo samo show for even a greater ad
vance, as somo oil stock has advanced
from $1 to $1,500 per share.
The Pacific Union Oil Company ni
no salaried olllcers, and Is controlled
by well-known gentlemen of Integrity,
who will sco tnat tho money derived
from tho sale of stock will be legiti
mately applied to tho development ol
For further Information, apply to J.
II. FISHER & CO.. Stock and Bond
Brokers, and Hawaiian agents for tho
pnln of a limited amount of Pacific
Union Oil Company stock. Stangen
wald building, Merchant street.
"Did you ever get religion?" asked
the rovlvnllst. "Well, I should Bay bo
13S pounds of It," replied tho man,
"A hundred nnd thirty-eight pounds
of religion!" cried the revivalist. "How
did you got that?" "The only way that
a good many men ever get religion,"
was tho reply. "I married It."
TEL. MAIN 04.
Mrs. H. H. Williams
Art Embroidery and Stamping.
Full line of Art Materials : :
Art Embroidery Taught : :
Love Building, Fort Street
' . fcV'.u
AN ALAMBOA INCIDtlNT.
When the steamship Alameda was
(our days out from San Francisco us
bcr Inst trip to Honolulu, ono of San
Francisco's most beautiful belles, who
was n passenger, wus the victim of u
remarkable contretemps. The ship
was In the tropics, the ntr balmy nnd
the land gulls long lost. Miss San
Francisco nrose to bathe early. The
Alameda's lavatory is luxurious. On
turns a spigot and the tub fills with
water from the ocean; It the tcmpera-
turp of the briny Is too strenuous one
has but to move a lever nnd n Jet of
kteam permeates the water und warms
it to one's notion. The belle was lu
twenty inches of lukewarm water,
luxuriating in dreams of Oriental
beauties, luaun and plumy palms, when
without the slightest warning thu
Bte.-im pipe burst, letting u Hood of
stilling steam Into the bathioum. Eurh
second tho air grew denser with tho
There was not time to think of a
dressing gown, and wltn u vision ol
death urging her, Hhe gained the door
and lied Into the passageway. I'p the
Btalrs she went In the altogether, un
til sho c.ime to the opening Into the
saloon where was her tttntcioom. ,lmt
as she passed the piano si.e stumbled.
Suddenly she felt herself lifted lu
strong arms and set upon her feet.
Then she dashed Into the first nlleywuy
and into an empty stateroom. A
furious ringing of the stewardess' bell
brought that comfort to her. When
sho explained how she happened to be
in the room of n leading Honolulu mer-
cbanL a gown and slippers were pro
cured, the way cleared nnd her own
berth reached In safety. It wus a half
hoiir before breakfast yet nnd no curi
ous people about. Tho belle never
asked who picked bcr up; the Honolu
lu merchunt who was taking u con
stitutional on deck round his pillow
wot nnd n faint, sweet odor nil about
when ho descended. The night before
tho Alameda reached the Pearl of the
Pacific, a young man who had puld tho
ucue some attention on the voyage con
fessed that he hud come to belletu In
mermaids. Town Talk (S. F.).
Fino Job Miiting nt tho Bul
Hawaiian Opera House
' BEGINNING SATURDAY,
Mr. James Neill
AND THE NEILL COflPANY.
Direct from 20 wnnka nt imnnrnlfAl.
oil success in San Frnneluen Pramnt.
Nov. 11 ROSEMARY.
Nov. 15 THE CASE Or" REBEL
Nov. 16 UNDER TWO FLAGS.
As presented threo months nt the
Garden Theater, New York. A dra
matization of Oulda's novel.
Nov. 19 "An Ideal Husband." Oscar
Wlldo's Greatest Play.
Nov. Zl Nancy & Co. Famous All
gustln Dnly Comedy.
Nov. 22 The Jilt Dion Douclcnult's
Rcmarkablo Racing Drama. ,
Nov. 23 The Royal Box Charles
Coghlan's Romantic Mnsterpleco.
LAVISH SCENIC nOUNTINQS I
No Children under 7 years admitted.
Seats now on sale at Wall, Nichols
Luaii and Fair
to be held at '
NOVEMBER SO, 1901.
In aid of Tho Sisters of tho Sacred
Tickets for sale nt all stores.
t',Jrt.WtWlt n.-JStlfcAtfc- jAJLnX.rX,.
65 Queen St.
ON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23rd,
AT U O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Bnlearoom, 63 Queen Btrcet, 1
will sell at Public Auctlou a number of
Phaetons, Surrles, Etc, etc.
JAS. F.MORGAN. '
On Saturday, November 23rd,
. AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At the premUcs of the HONOLULU
STOCK-YARDS CO.. corner of Punch
bowl nnd King Btreets, I will sell nt
1 New Blacksmith Shan, uu.rtrf
1 New Warehouse, covered with
1 New Stable, covered with Iron.
These biilldlnus ale nil new nml nn
be removed or tho owner can arrnuga
wiiii mo owner or tno land to allow
them to remain on tnu premises at a
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Billiard and Pool Tables
and a Fine Library
On Salnrday, November 23rd
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, C5 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction
2 Kino llllllnrd Tables with Cues,
1 Combination III lard und Pool
A Kino Library, Comprising:
Dickens' Works, Ilrltish Essayists,
Ilyron'B Complete Works, Histories,
Encyclopedias, Wavorlcy Novels,
A complete cntaloguo of tho books
will bo icady In n few days.
Cloods now on view at my salesroom,
Go Queen stieet.
Also Hawaiian-bred liny Pacer, Ka
malle. Dam, Mukapo, 2:20: Sire, Cre
Jas. F. Morgan,
Tho undersigned will receive appli
cations to leaso lots In tho "SCHMIDT
CENTItAIi BLOCK" on Boretnnla
street. No. 588, adjoining the prem
ises of tho Queen's Hospital.
This valuablo property will be divid
ed Into soveral business Bites and of
fers a fino chanco to Investors In Real
Estate. Suitable for Stores, Lodging
Houses or Dwellings. Applications for
lots will bo treated In priority and It
will pay to make early applications.
An Important feature of theBo leases
Is that tho lessee baB the option ot
purchasing his lot In foe slmplo during
tho term of his lease at a figure based
on tho rental bo Is paying.
Terms and conditions of lease with
amount of rents asked can bo had on
Jas. F. Morgan,
65 Queen Street.
65 Queen St
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