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MBUBiSr T - '" ' THE ETEN1KG 'BULLETIN;
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE.
Commencing Tuesday, October 31.
Pntcefi S9.00. $1.50.
Saturday Matinee Prices
Curtain rises promptly at S o'clock,
COL. W. A
Aioha Collection of Hawaiian Songs.
Contains 40 choice selections, Thirty-five of these cannot be
had In any other collection.
THE NAMES OF A FEW APPEAR BELOW :
Toml, Toml, "Hula."
Wal 0 1'unalau (Waters of Puna-
Sweet Lei Lelui 1.
Puaoka Hed, or Sweet Rosebud.
- irmoM . - iiriiiniMiiiiiiiimi
Do'iouexpect'.tocarse a turkey? next month? November Is' the
prorer month to Jo such things, and the Thanksgiving turkey; will have
t be ait up. Then there will be the Christina and New Years dinners
to be thought of, o after all II Is about the right , time to get that new
set of divers youlhavc been thinking about getting.
We hac all orts plain, fancy, cheap, medium and expensive, and
1 an pleave ou s 1th the new stock In this line that w e ha e 'just received.
A full line of tWe cutlery, also platcdspoons forks and knives.
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. ITort and Kins Sts.
GRAND : MINSTREL : FIRST : PART,
Hy the Entire Orpheuni Company.
I he Prince of Rag Time Comedians.
Still a Big Feature, the
In their f2,ooo Musical Act.
The Singing and Dancing Sotibrette,
MISS JULIA BYRON.
Choice Selections of Duets,
Ethel- DIXON AND HILL -Hamilton
MINDELL FERN DREYFUSS,
In her Original Singing and Dancing
Sketch, "A Private Rehearsal."
RAND AND RAND,
The Eccentric Comedians.
The Laughable Farce,
A Gruesome Hostlery !
By the Orpheum Company.
Ujuual Admission. ac and 50c.
fcul six rows tor children under 11 ears, 10c
Ketn ed CliMrs. 50c.
Amis can be booked by ringing up Telephone 5to.
Change of Program Mondays and
Family Matinee every Saturday, .it
2:30 p. in.
2. Lot at Palama, about J acre.
j. A icroom lodging house, with a la
.a g&cc -aving ouslness and large lot
j, Farm at Hamakua, Hawaii; part In
6. Lot 50 x 120 Quarry street, near H.
7. Farm at S. Kona, part In coffee.
8. Lot 75 x 200, Beretanla street (Ka
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
TG Poat Office Lane, - Honolnla.
Repertoire First Wei k :
Thursday. Nov. a MARITANA
VSaturJay Matinee, Nov. 4
Siturday Night. Nov. .J MASCOTTE
81.00, 50 cents.
$1.50, $1.00, 50 c
images at 10:30.
Makalapua, Llliuokalanl's bcr-
Lei Ponl Mol
v."- .v . -f:.. .. -e .
iwreain 01 var-
(CIVIL SERVICE RULES
IN OUH KHSTAURANT.
It ft.is to. Our waiters are
trained to be civil, quick and at
tentive to our "tiestb. Our chej
is unrivaled in preparation of dainty
and appetizing dishes. Everything
h scrupulously clean, everything
s comfortable ah we can make it.
And the prices are always in reason.
Home Biikery Cafe.
The Best Meal Cate.
Notice of Assessment.
Notice is hereby given that the fifth
assessment of ten (10) per cent on the
capital stock of the HONOLULU RAPID
TRANSIT & LAND CO. will be due and
payable to J. H. Fisher, at Bishop & Co.'s
Bank, Honolulu, on the ist day of Novem
ber, proximo. The shares upon which
any assessment may remain unpaid after
thirty days from said date will be declared
Honolulu, Nov. i, 1890,
CHAS. H. ATHERTON.
1 368 Secretary H. R. T. Si L. Co.
Alle Deutschen,welche bel deram aolen
October hi der Y. M.C. A. Hall stattge
fundenen Gruendung elner Deiith-Evan-gellsch-Lutherlschen
Gemelnde In Hono
lulu nlcht anwesend waren und der
Gemelnde als Mltglled belzutreten wuen
schen, werden ersucht, slch auf der In
Kaiserllchen Konsul.it alifelegten Llste
DER GEAEINDE VORSTAND.
Honolulu, Nov. 1, iSoq.
P I O N E E It
Tho lU'Btilar Monthly MeftliiR of tho
Pioneer llulldlng and Loan Association
will bo hold nt tho Cliambor of Com
mono on MONDAY PA'-VINO, Nov.
0, 180!), at 7:S0 o'clock.
Payments aro icqiilred In L'old.
18U8 A.V.aEAK, BocroUiry.
One coupon and 25 cents, On To
m ,iMnMnn iiiwn iiiimiiwiiihiiiii iHirpm I ii HI lii lllllrTMTlll
vx-r-- AJi. til tba column utll tiiurttl all t"
Vy"CZ .1 tUtfirit tuutlioi; la rrri'l uend milr
titnl jo ! J tMfA ,:J 1 ( A minlb. Ittt fl tot
tttjptH4ittlif tvtr vlltttJ lotfttplt of Honolulu.
fOMI'faTENT (ibRAHN GIUL WANTED fur
Kencrlh9'J-orl mJ cirepfchllJrn. Refer
ences to nilrcJ Apply . M.. Ilii'ldli cfliM
UANTLD-JAPANt SE NUKSH f.IRL wlihuiil In-
v cumbrancet, ntl lenrj
cumbrance. nn IcnrJ li p In return In Mono-
lulu In t mnnthf. Lnell!i'pi
i tnnntlit. I.ntr h-ttltflk
kluc r-referrcl. Ap-
Pl sMp GREAT ADWHAI.
'OOD SOLICITORS; liberal commlwlon or at-
VJ ary. Call Bulletin oliioj inn m uni
tlANTCD- SITUATION, by a ounc Jrncse
VV unmAn. to .in llclit tiousewnrk. or an nurse In a
private family AJire At. A., llinletln office. n6o
UAVPD-A SITUATION Of ANY KINO,
vv dltcharetJ volunteer. Uet references.
dres W. S , this ofnec.
WANTEU-SITUATION learning totenJ bar. AJ
drei AMERICAN. Hulletln iiffice. i5
Clr-ST-CLASS JAPANESE COOK WANTS PO
r SITION. Ten eir exrcrlcnce AJJtes
SUZUKI, P. O.Dox 605. JLUi
W I irtt-chSJ references. AJJreJ G Hullelln
WANTLU-A portion bv an Intclllxent, eJucated
W oune American. Gooi iiinu; references
"K." Uulleiln otflce. M'8
WANTrt) 500 Men to tet shaved for 15C. (white
W barters) II. JEITS. 619)1 Tort street, opp.
Club Stables iw-tt
FOUND-SOME MONI.V. Anyonelioshill proe
projertv anJ pay for nJvettKonent mav hate
thcsjme upon application to P. MclNbRNY, lort
Street Can.lv Tariorv 11M
TO LUT-IURNISIIEO TRONT ROOM to let;
private family; moJtr.ile rent. fi6 V'lneard st
j Joors from Quten Hotel. 1J48
THREE NICELY rUUNISIII iTrOOMS, opposite
High School, I mma St. Telephone vol i6i
ROOM TO LET Suit one or two; private family;
$10 reonlh. 46 School street. 1 o
rurnlsheJ IRONT ROOMS,
TO LET-FURNISHED ROOMS. lth UOARU.
1 610 Hotel street. WalklklenJ Tel. ii. nil
FOR RLNT-A furnished ROOM, at 73 P.eretanla
street, opp. IMwallan Hnti-I m6
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE. Fort St. tlest
rooms ard atlenJance In city. i)i
A NICE COTTAGE. furnMiei or unfurnished.
" rooms and a cool stores Aloha HoJse, Tori
FOR SALE-On Walklkl Road, near the residence
of Geo Manson, Lsi .desirable house of 5 rooms
ani bith; good fruit tries, nice ground. 100x100.
Or will exchange for !ot In I'unahuu. For further
pirtlculars apply to OEAB. ANSINO gt CO n6fi
COR SALE A new COTTAGE of eight rooms and
1 bath, crounds nicely laid out. stable and out-
One lot ?tx las. wa'rr laid on; ornamental trees,
etc One corner lot, 75x115
All on Co eee street. I or further rait cu Mrs
apply to W M, CUNNINGHAM, at the Hnorlte
PR SALE-Lnts at Walk'kl. I42J each
Lots at Kallhl. Siy each.
Lots on Younp; street, $1,300 each.
Lots at Kallhl Jsoie.uh.
I ots in Nuuanu Villey, all prkes.
House and Lot at Kewalo,
Lots at k'enalo, all prices
House and Lot at Pun iliou a bargain
House and Large Lot at Kallhl 1rvche-1p.
Applsto WILLIAM SAVIDGE,
1 a jo No o Fort street.
1'ENT with ll v floored and furnished; cheap; reir of
Llchtlg's I'hoto Tent. 606 Fort street. mi"
COR SALE-One n-lncli Y riTTING, with flanges
complete, flanges are lapped for ta-lnch well
casing: a jesiraeie ntling lor irrigating pipes, j
ng; a desirable fitting for Irrigating
MbLUril K l-O . 317-939 King M. tfll
r COLLIE PUI'PILS
J ut received eir bkt S. N
Castle, from Rancho Itonlto's Kennels, "allfnrnia.
lor further Information apply to M. T DONNfcLL,
at WlUer's lloatShop, Puppies can I e seen at No
134 Robello Lane, Palama 1)34
One SHIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
Apply to II. G. Dlart. Ton Si. noytf
A TWO-MANUALand Pedal Pass REED ORGAN
ZA Suitable for chapel or residence. Berestrom
Music Co , Fort street.
BOARD AND ROOMS.
C'ENTLEMAN ANDWII-fc can find nice ROOM
I Willi HOARD, rrh.lle lamlly Address.
Aiiiinit,' ignorant peoplo of HiiKllfh
birth It Is fully belioved Hint a wife
boiiidit with money or goodt is lexnlly
niarrled if tliu piiicliiiciT lends her nil
tho way homo liy 11 luilti r.
Mr. HnrliiK Gould, tliu Knliih nutl
qtiiirliui, tells of a ill itfo jioet known
to him who bought a wife for n half
crown ntul led her 12 uiilos to lih cot
tage. Tho fcjuiro and tbo lector protested
to tho vlllago pot that ho was not
"Why, yes I be." ho replied. "I'll
tako my lii bio oath I nover onco tcolc
tho hnlteroll till eho'd crosned the door
sill and the door was shtit."
Tho lntt iiiftnuces of such wife sales
occurred in 18.18 and 1850, when wom
en were f-old in Littlo Horton and in
Dudley, In these cases a bluo ribbon
took tho place of tho straw halter.
lint, gentlo Indies, the symbolic idea
wns the same.
, l.miuli on l.iiril Kelt In.
A (,'ood stniy is related of Lord Krl
viiis' Ieeturlm,' methods at tho Glasgow
nniveislty. As a iirofeswir of science be,
can use long words hi such formldablo
arrny as would niako 11 dictionary break
Its binding with honor. Dnrliih' a
con rno of Kctiues'oncoou nuignotisui,
for instance, lie ilellned tin ideal rung
net us "an Infinitely long, infinitely
thin, uniform and uniformly and longi
tudinally iiingnctied bur," and the
luiHgniilud students voclfeornsly cheer
ed, which caused tho professor to nay,
"Sileiicel" This definition was made
and cheered, with the nsual reprimand,
frequently timing the lectnros. Once,
near the conclusion, however, tho stu
dents did not clu-er, but Lord Kelvin,
from forco of habit, rapped out "Si
lence I" the sninn ns bpforc.
Subscribers to Ibe BUL
LETIN not receiving their pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor- by notifying the 'Busi
ness Office, Telephone 256.
For dJltlonl Shipping New! tee seventh t"f
Weather Ilureau, l'linuliou, Nov 4.
Tennieroturo Mornlu minimum,
72; Mldiluy. maximum, 71),
(Uarometcr corrected for gravity ,06 )
Barometer,!) a m, 30.0(1, Steady.
Ilalnfnll, do, .0.
Dow Point 03 F.
Humkllty ut 0 n 111 03 percent.
Ulnniuiut Head Blunat Station, Nov
t, 1 pm Weather clenr, wlud rush
Friday. Nov. 3.
U 8 Transport Tartar, frotn San
Frnnelsco, October 20; troops for Mu
nlla. U S Tranunort Newnort. Frlolo.
from 8an Frnnelsco, October 20;
troops for Manila.
U 8 Transport Manuense, Tlurnlson,
from Ban Francisco, October 20;
troops for Manila.
Bclir I,ii I'alomn, Macfnrlane, Pearl
Saturday, Nov. 4.
USA T Cltv of lVIcliitT. Smllh.
from San Frauolsco,
Stmr ICIunu, Freeman, from Maul
and Hawaii ports; enro, 32 head cat
tie, 522 saeks potatoes, 41) sneku com,
35 hogs, 140 pkga sundries.
Friday, Nov. 3.
Stmr Noeau, Wynian, for Hono
Stmr Matuiiv La, SlnicrHon, for La
linlna. Mnnlaen, ICoui, Kuu nutl Vol
cano. Am schr Noma, Weaver, South
Am lik McNcur, Johnson, Nanal
mo. Saturday, Nov: 4.
Am bark Kdward May. Hansen, for
Departure Hay In ballast.
Stmr James Makeo, Tullett, from
Kapuu; freight 1 plow and 23 pkgs
Stmr Klloliawu, Tliompson, from
TO SAIt. THIS AFTEKXOON.
Abbey Palmer, Ulberir, for Poit
Townseml In ballast.
Selir Clinx. It. Wilson, Johnson, for
Aueruecn in ua'iast.
Hark W CI Irwin, Williams, for
San Frauclsc, with small quantity of
Schr licrtio Minor, Ilarcn, for, Eu
reka, Cat., In ballast.
Per S. S. Klnau, from Hawaii and
Maul. Volcano h. C. Ulossom and
wife, Master HIo3som, Mrs. A. C. Dlos
som, C ,M. I.erkcs, W. A.- Grubb, J. K.
Farley and wlfc. Way Ports A. J.
Campuo 1. W. H. C. Campbell, C. K.
Hyde, V. Von Graovomeycr, Mrs. L. C.
Urlckwooil, Mls3 C. Drlckwood, Itov.
I.eo Kul, W. A. Fetter, A. F. Hooker,
S. N. Noirlc, Dr. E. I. Hutchinson, Tu
Uata and wife, F. J. Owens, J. Hadden,
A. H. Hnucli, O. K. Wilder, C, Notley
ami servant, O. M. Hancock, P .Keay,
Mre. V. H. ICitkat .Mrs. J. IIIiul and
two rlilltlicn and servnnt, J. Heddy, 1J.
Wyllo, T. H .MacDonald and wife, P.
Coekut and wlfo, W. H. Cornwel, Jr.,
(J. C .Wilder, Mrs. F. H .Hayscltlen. D.
K Hnyseldon and 81 Deck Passenjjeis.
THE DAY'S STOCK REPORT
American Sugar pd 112JA
Ewa 27 " 28
Hawaiian Sugar 225 230
Hunomu Sugar 182 Ms
Honokaa Sugar 31 34V&
Haiku Sugar 300
Kahnkii Plantation 150 ICO
Klhcl as.. ... 11 13
O.ihu as 127
Oahu pd 177 180
Olaa pd 12V4 14
Pioneer Mill 230 237
Wnlalua Agr. Co. as.... 82 88
Walalua Agr. Co pd.... 110 120
Wallnku Sugar 350 380
Hawaiian Elcc 175
Oahu Hy , 179
Hawaiian Govt. Cs 102
Hawaiian Govt. Cs 101
Oahu lly. .., , 103
Toilaj's session This morning 7
Oahu, 180; 10 Mcllryde, 4.75; 50 Mc
Urytle, 4.75; 100 McDryde, 4.75; 100
Walalua pit., 80 S CO; 5 Kahuku ,150; 40
Walalua pd 120.
Session Yesterday afternoon 10
Haw'n Sugar, 227; 10 Ilaw'n Sugar,
227; 10 Haw'n Sugar, 227: 50 O'aa as.,
2.05; 50 Olaa as., 2.05; 50 Olaa as., 2.05;
25 Walalua as., 83; 25 Walalua as., 85;
10 Mcllryde, 4.75.
OFFICER KAUHAUE KILLED.
Oflker Katihnuo of tho Ewa police
forco was thrown from Ills horso at
that placo last ngiht and killed instant
ly. A coroner's Inquest Is being held
this afternoon. It is understood that
deceased was under tho infiuenco of
itipior at tli etlmo ho was killed.
REGULARS IN PEKINO.
Them aro .about 150 recruits on tho
Peking under the command of Captain
W. N. Hughes and Lieutenant W. N.
Hughes, Jr., both of tho 13th Infantry
'I he second assessment, 50 cents per
shaie, on Olaa Sugar Co. Assessable Stock,
will be DELINQUENT November loth;
and third assessment, 50 cents per share,
Is now due and payable, at the office of
Alexander & Baldwin.
J. P. COOKE,
Treasurer Olaa Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Nov. 1, 1809. !3
NKiV INTBUVENTION MCHKHK.
New York, Oot. 27. A cnblo (o
tho 8un frotn Paris Bay: Tho of
fioials nt tho ForeiRii Ofllco be
lievo that tho war in tho Trans
vanl will bii of brief duration.
Followiuf; an intorclmuyo of
views had by French, AmericnD,
llussinn and Spanish reptes.'utii
tivep, it ban bnen Brefd to ro
quest President McKiuley to ofjfor
to mediato hetuoi-n Great Britain
and tin' Tinnuvaal. It is holievtd
hero that Jblugland, recojjjnizini,'
tho fnleo positiou in which sho
baa bepo placed, will bo dienoaed
to consider favorably the rnethode
of pacification aaggested by tbo
above mentioned powers.
London, Oot. 27. Oonimeating
on the petition of President Mc
Kiuley. promoted by tho New
York World,, urging that tho good
oflioes of tb United Htatos be
offered in setting tbo Transvaal
difficulties with Great Britain, the
Standard says: "Wo very much
doubt whether the Washingtou
Governmont will at all appreciate
tho suggestion, but in any case it
ie as well for tboto whom it con
corns, ospeoially for those whom
it does not concern, to understand
that (no Transvaal question is one
wbicb exclusively affects ourselves
and whioh wo propose to settle
without assistanco or intervention
of any kind."
WIFB OF DANDMASTEK.
Ashevlllc, N .C, Oct. 28. A letter re
ceived, by tho wlfo of Bandmaster Coc
of the Twenty-ninth Infanrty, U. S. V.,
says that when tho transport entry lug
tho regiment to Manila arrived at Ho
nolulu ono ot tho employes of tho shin
became vory 111, but refused to tako
medicine or hnvo.thc nttendanco of a
doctor. Colonel Hnrdln ordered a sur
geon to attend tho case, and it was dis
covered that tho patient was a woman
In ma'o attttc, going to tho Philippines
to represent an American newspaper.
Slio refused to dlscloso her namo or
the paper Bho would represent.
TROUI1LE AMONG BOERS.
London, Oct. 28. Acordtng to a spe
cial dispatch from Capo Town, received
hero today, rumors of dissension nt
Hlnemfonteln, capital of tho Orange
Free State, havo reached Capo Town.
It is said a movement Is on foot to depose-
President Steyn and Install Mr.
Frascr ns President.
Pacific Import Co.
We call attention that we have placed on sale over 200 dozen
' Ladies' White and Colored Wash Waists, at a
Great Reduction in Price
Ladies' Wash Waists, Colored,
Great Values, reduced to-
!JJust opened, a large invoice of Table Linens, Napkins,
Towels, Ladies' Dress Linen, Pillow Case Linen, Linen Lawns,
direct from the looms. We are offering great values, and
invite inspection. Our 45c Table Linen . is regular 60c
value. We ate constantly showing new novelties in every
Pacific Import Company. .-
it 33 Queen Street
On Saturday, Noy, 4th, 1899,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, 33 Queen street,
I will sell at Public Auction, to close
Containing 1,000 Bags each, 22X3G
inches; in first-class condition.
Samples to be seen at my sales
Terms, Cash, U. S. Gold Coin.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
wfts af $2.00 $ir,h