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EVrWINO BTJIAETTM. nONOEUMT. Ilfl T., MONDAY. NOV. Hi 1M1.
No Cause for
your books are put
away In a
MACNEALE and URBAN
Best Insurance In tho world. Plenty of evidence In Honolulu Ores to
show that these safes are absolutely fireproof In every respect.
Entire new stock In nil sices just received by
B. O. HALL & SON,
CALL AND SEE THEM.
CORNER KING AND
PAY US A CALL.
Great Book Sale
THE GOLDEN RULE
having to vacate premises on the lirst of the year, lias
Jetermined to CLOSE OUT ENTIRE SroCK 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 olJ stock, but the very
latest things in Stationery and : : : : :
all new books
Nothing is reserved at tl.is 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 Si. 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.
II7U River Street.
Bet. Bcretnnla nnd Pnunhl.
Tel. Blue 541.
P. O. Box 078.
Rubber Tires pat on in
USE AMERICAN ENGINES
Chicago, Nov. 1. The American rail
way locomotive won n substantial vic
tory today when nn order wns tele
graphed to one of tho big manufactor
ies for twenty passenger englncH to
be used on tho Northeastern' Hallway
of England. The order was given by
Wilson Wordbell, geneial superintend
ent of thu company, Just prior to his
leaving Chicago on the I'emmjhnnla
limited. Mr. Wordsell was one of n
party of English railway officials that
nre making a tour of the East and Mid
dle. West for thn'purpobo of Inspecting
the terminals and facilities of the
gieat American systems ot railways
Tho party, minus Sir. Wordsell. lelt
for Pittsburg several das ago, tho su
perintendent being tumble to uccom
pany them, owing to Illness.
Sir. Wordsvlls order makes It patent
that ho has become ronvmicd that
t))- American locomotive l.i a superior
in tide, to thu British engine. Thus fur
no locomotive, of American niauufne
turo hnu been used on, thu Northeast'
em road, but it Is Mr. Wordsclls pin
poso to supplant al. of Ills present puw
oi' with locomotives manufactured In
this country. Tho locomotltiw ordered
by Mr. Wordsell will cost ubout WW,
000, They nro tho samci typo ns those
that draw tho Pennsylvania limited.
I'riiitintr at tho Hut-
Daintiest anil prettiest Ice cream
purlors on the Island, and conducted
In first-class trimmer.
Tea. Coffee, Chocolate, Ktc.
Electric fans generously distribut
ed make the place cool and comfort
able, and the new beautiful furniture
Hives It n tone of splendor.
MF'G CO., Ltd.
Fine Carriages; Wagons and
TrUCkS. Repair Work n
All orJers promptly attendcj to.
Only competent help employed.
Tbe King of Natural Table Waters
A Natural Sparkling
Water bottled at the
ZollhnuH, - Germany.
The Favorite of New York
and London Society.
Inhonnic wnnnelcctcii ns
JUlleUIIIIb j,c Htiindnril
from wining tho mineral
wntertt ot the world by "The
Lu.idon Luncct.' The hlghcrtt
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
Tho Evening Bulletin,
75 cents per
Weather Bureau, Punahnu, Npvcnv
ber It. Temperature Slornlng'mlnl
mum, 73; Midday maximum, 71'.
Barometer at 9 n. m. 50.01. HUlng.
Humidity nt 9 n. m 03 per cent.
Diamond Mead Signal Station, No
vember 11. Weather hazy; wind high
Saturday, Nov. 9.
Str. Nocau, Wymnn, from Ktikul
hade, Walplo, Honokaa, Lahalna and
Str. Klnau. Freeman, from llllo and
Sunday, Nov. 10.
U. S. A. T. Kllpatrlck. from San
Str. Claudlne, l'nrker. from Maul
Str. W. (I. Hall, Thompson, from
Monday, Nov. 11.
Am, bk. S. Allen, Johnscn, 11' dull
from San Francisco.
A.-lt.. Mr. American, Morrison, 9
days from San Francisco.
Schr. Knuallanl, from sen. Put bacll
on account of strong head winds.
Saturday, Nov. 9. ,
e.- i'..i, i.,.i.r. rnr Mnknneil'
Ilkt. Skanlt, Robinson, for Port
Schr. I.lzzle Vnme. Olsen, for San
Str. Wulab-ale, I'lltr, for Hnimmau-,
lu, Almklnl and Anahula.
Schr. Kawallanl, Stows, for Koolau
Sunday, Nov. 10. '
S. S. China, Peabury, for Snn Fran-i
Schr. Ilelene, Christiansen, for Sam
Schr, I).umtlcs, Smith, ' for thu!
SAILING TODAY. I
U. S. A. T. Kllpatrlck, for .Manila; 4
Str. Lchun. Bennett, for Slolokal
ports at 5 p. m.
From Slaul ports, per str. Claiulliif
Nov. 10 .Mrs. II. P. Baldwin, A. D.
Haldwln, Andrew Adiims, Slra. T. W.
Ttohron nnd child. It. Wlnkleman. J.
Cushlngbam. W. J. Gallagher, J. P.
nich, O. C. Lewis, F. J. Turk and wife
Wiitan.ibe, Hev. O. W. Kolopapela, SI.
If. Knuwe. F. 11. Duff, T. SI. D.ittc, W.
II. Ambers. S. Vasumorl, Isaac II. liar-:
bottle, i:. Johnson, W. f. Achf. W. II.
Hoogs, J. P. Cooke. II. P. Haldwln, J.i
V. Hitmburg, and .'II deck, I
lrnm Knual, per str. W. O. Hall, '
Nov. 10-1.. K. Kaiinuclil. II. It. Itoble
Sirs. J. Ilrjiint, -Mrs. It. Levy. .1. .1 '
Sullivan, W. II. rtusM-II, II. J. Ilur-
uiliton, Lawrence Slalohn, W. K. Sam
uel.i, 8. Sheba, nnd r.S deck.
From llllo and way ports, per str i
Klnau, Nov. 9 Goo. II. Angus, C. II
Francis, Sirs. C. C. Kennedy, Sirs. W
G. Walker. 1). II. Slacnnnihle and wife,
George l.lshmun, A. A. tlraymer, II.
Davis, O. T. Cameron nnd wife. Sirs.
Nlckeus, J. C. Axtell and wife. K. F.
Bishop, J. Fellols. Miss Haincrschlng,
W. SI. Slel.uold, .Mrs. K. Clement, Miss
)1. .Mine, .Matter A. Horswlll, Strs.C. I.
Woo and two children, A. Haneberg,
It. Mitchell, Miss 1.. .Martin, Sirs. J.
Grlbble, J. K. Zablan and son. E. Puge,
D. Conway. C. A. Graham, J. Lonnox,
C. T. Day. Itev Fugl. J. L. Conwell nnd
child. W. S. Webster, .1. II. Painter.
II. II. Scotol, Rev. L. SI. Hartley, Geo.
T. Kleugel, J. J. Newcombe. A. J.
I.)ons anil wife, J. T. Taj lor, V. Funs
Tang and 9S deck passengers.
For San Francisco, per Mr. China.
Nov. 10 Queen I.Illuokalanl, Mrs.
Stanton Campbell, 11. II. Maudlng.
Sliss I,. II. Duvlcs, Charles Olson and
wife, Sirs. O. Hudson, Sirs. J. II. Cub
tie. Miss Nelly SI. White, Joseph Ha
ber, Walter II. Haber. Sits. Nlckeus.
Edward C. Tole. John Hoffman, Sirs.
T. R. .Maxwell, P. Rudolph and wife,
E. H. Card, SIlss Sl.iry E. Hyde, Mrs.
F. SI. Brooks. Sirs. John II. Cancy
Sllss Sadie Kelly. SIlss N. E. lmb.nnd
l'j lu Euroiiean steerage.
King Lear bald that the lightning
owed him no subscription. If It had
owed him It would no doubt have fork
ed. Tho coronation, unllko the lluer
war. Is likely to bo tarried out accord
lug to program.
POWER OF ATTORNEY.
During my absence from tho Ten-lit
ry, Iliirlx-rt Obman, foreman of my
shop, will act for me under full nower
of attorney. E. H. HATH.
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Notice to Shippers.
Shippers nro notllled that n now
freight Bchcduln will go Into effnit on
erd after December 1st. 1101.
Information In regard to changes In
rates can bo obtained nt thu office uf
tho company, corner Fort and Queen
C. I.. WIOIIT,
1991-to Jan. 1 President.
INTERISLAND STEAM NAVIGA.
TION CO., LTD.
Notice to Shippers.
Shippers are hereby notified that
on nnd after December 1st. 1301, n
how freight bcftedulo will go lulu f
In fnrinutlon In regard to the
chnngis In niC's-can bo obtutned by
inlllug at the olllce of the omimiiy
Queen Btri-et, Honolulu, J. EN,
NOTICE SPECIAL MEETING.
South Kona Agricultural Co., Ltd.
A Bpnclnl meeting of thu nniivn com
pany ImH been called for -FRIDAY
MORNING AT 10 O'CLOCK, at tho
principal nlllcc-H of said company, at
tho law offices of W. II. Castle, to
consider the Issue of bonds for pur
poses of the company and other mat
ters. W, II. CABTLn. JR.,
1991-lt , Secretary.
YOU WANT '
Our YV'nnt Ails.
Your WUint Ads.
To Supply Your Wantn.
P. S.-So does the HULLHTIN, the
newsiest dally In Honolulu.
Adt. In this column will be Inserted
at 15 cent a line one Insertion; 25
cent! two Insertions; 30 cents ope
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; now, quick method;
$5 month; special nttcntion to adult
beginners. Address box 040.
REMOVAL Tho Sewing Mnchlno Ex-
mange HUB removed to ii:ss fori
St. All kinds ot sowing machines
bought, sold, rented or exchanged.
'GET OUR PRICES on bllllnrd and pool
tables beforo buying elsewhere; sold
on easy payments. Our cushions aro
guaranteed for twenty years, nnd
arc mado by a new vulcanizing proc
ess. Old tables fitted with our cush
ions arc as good as new; satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded. See
(imp nflvprllsnmpnt nt 'M-innirtr
Wanted" for Iiwful slot machlnu. '
Palmer Billiard Tnblo Works. Chi
cago, Ills. 1937-2m
IF YOU HAVE a house for rent or
want to rent a house, see A. R.
DINDT. Collections carefully .at
tended to nnd promptly remitted.
Office 115 Kaahumanu street. 1893-1 f
NOTICE TO BUILDERS Tho Union'
Express Co. has WHITE SAND FOR
WANTED Work on single or double
entry books; books experted, open
ed or closed; financial statements;
trial balances rendered by practical
accountant. Address Accountant,
this ulllce. 1975-lra
WANTED Room nnd board In private
family, comcnlcnt to business, by
man and wjfo nnd child. Address
II. T. J., this onice. 19S7-1W
WANTED Huggy or light road wag
on lu good repair. Address, stating
price Q. a, this office. 1981-lw
WANTED Partner with a small capi
tal, to Increase, n paying business.
Address L. T.. Ilulletln olllce.
WANTED Furnished room, centrally
located, mosquito proof. H. C, Bul
WANTED Position as stenographer
and typewriter by young lady of ex
perience. Address A. II., tnls of
MANAGER WANTED In ovory largo
county 10 appoint ngents for tho Ia
motts "Game o- Skill" nickel
mnrhlna fni. .llnt. h a lnH. Im.
........u v. u.unD ui ki(,uia, liiw
fill everywhere; takes placo of all ,
forbidden slot machines. Rented or
sold on easy payments. Securo ter
ritory quick. Palmer Billiard Tublo
Works. Chicago, Ills. 1937-2m
WANTED To sell Diamond and Opal
Mings, In the latest styles. Watches
repaired by a Jeweler of 35 years'
experience. O. DIETZ, Fort street,
near Hotel. 1 808-1 f
ROOM AIND BOARD.
THE LOS ANGELE8 1523 Fort St.;
newly furnished rooms, mosquito
proof: term3 rcazouable. 1930-tf
TO LET Tno lUmlshed rooms and 2
rooms for housekeeping, $15. 1400
Punchbowl Si. 19S8-2W
TO LET Now cottages on Nuuanu
Ave,, 25; on Insnno Asylum road,
$12.50; on King St.. Palama, 110.50;
off School St.. nr. Nuunnu, $15. V.
K. 11 Straucu, room 38, Campbell
Wk 316 Fort St. 19S4-2W
-Furnished rooms, centrally
1050 RIcbaruB St. 1970-2W
NEWLY FURNI8HED rooms. Dcrcta
nla Ave., cor. Kcenumoku St. Mrs.
TO LET A largo, sunny tront room
in a private ramlly; mauka Thomhs
Square; hot and cold water; electric
lights; possession given Oct. 15th.
AddresB A. 13. C P. O. box 572.
TO LET Six-room cottago on College
hi., wun stnuto nnti sorvauts qurr
ters. Apply iG Ilerctanla St.
TO LET 8-room bouse, with barn.
Nuuanu Ave. Room . Campbell
111k. 1902-1 m
ROOMS AT THE ALOHA Fort
Street, from $1.50 to $2.50 per
TO LET 2 cottages
St. Enqulro at No.
FOR RENT A largo hall In tho Wav-
erlev block, hiiltalilo for lodgos, so
cieties, etc., furnished or unfurnish
ed. Apply to A. V. Gear. 1070
FOR RENT A now houso on Arte
sian St., of sit rooms with all mod
ern Improvements. Enquire of Chas
IJ. Frasher, Consolidated Soda
TO LET Suit of offices In Progress
block. Inqulio of Ilruco Wailne &
TO LET Tho premises on Fort St.,
now occupleil bv tho First rational
Hank uf Hawaii; possession given
on or nbout Decetnuer IbL 1001 For
particulars apnlv to CECIL I1ROWN.
TO LET Front room,
doctor or dentist. UK
TO LET Slofqulto proof room, cen
trally located. Apply B. B. Miller.
Pantheon Barber Shop. 1991-lw
8IX-ROOM COTTAGE, Punchbowl St.. through fhe district, mc lorest tires
modern Improvements. Apply to have been effectually quenched and
A O. Cunha, 2d bouse above Sloe danger of a further outbreak has en
mon Church. lVOl-lm Urely disappeared. A few logB are
TO LET Two front rooms.
No. !) .
FOUR-ROOM cottage to rent
Improvements: $25 n month.
lane nnd King St. Enquire next
FOR RENT Threo or four unfurnish
ed rooms; Hnikfem and Spencer:
line tnarlno lcw. Lower Wnlklkl
HOT AND COLD BATHS lit the Silent
llarbrr Shop. Ever thing stilctly
lip to date; now nnd clean, .lust
what jou're looking for. IP91-lm
oral rock for filling. Ad-,
Duncan, at Ilulletln of-
ill ess It. SI
FOUR LOTS, Hebron St.. Knpahtilu,
Watklki; t3CK) each, half cash; bal
ance S10 month, each lot. Jeff's,
43 King St. 19billm
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY; confec
tioner)' and Ice cream parlors; well
established In an Island town; rea
son for retiring. Ill-health; cheap!
Vif nnrtlroilaa diImbu II 1? tftlu
I .. ... ...L ...
.i.iiruH ssLt ruaeion. wiin new run
I...- .l-... Id n T, ,M..lt-..
FOR 8ALE Ten fino lots at PUU
NUI, nbovo Wylllo St.; high nn1
dry, with good outlook, and conve
nient to Itapld Transit. Apply tj
FRANK S. DODGE, 7 Merchant 3t.
FOR' SALE New and second-hand
Smith Premier typewriters for snlo
or rent. All mnues repaired, wasiv
Ington Light Co.
STEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE Tho
"Talula." as ho now lies In the har
bor. Sho Is a nenrly now boat, In
perfect working ordor, nnd has been
of late used In towing at Kahulul
harbor. W. II. Pain.
TO LEASE Two-story hotlso of eight
largo rooms, with oath and P. U. on
both floors, also hot and cold water;
partly furnished If desired; very rea
sonable to responsible party. Apply
H.Oormnn, Fort S;, opp. Club stublo.
LOST Plain gold open-fneed watch,
fancy tngraved "II. "M. on back. He
turn to 11. SHeth, Washington Light
Co.; $5 reward and no questions
STRAYED Threo red nnd whlto hum
lug pigeons, silver bands around leg.
Reward given If returned to Prlnco
FOUND On tho 4 o'clock King St.
car, a wlro purse containing small
sum 01 monoy and postotiico key.
Owner can havo came by calling at
this olllce and paying tor notice.
FOUND A gentleman's bicycle, on
uethel St. Owner can havo samo
by proving property and paying all
expenses. Apply Pacific Hardwaro.
Bethel St. 19SG-1W
FOUND A purse containing a sum ot
money. For-particulars can at tno
polio station. 1980-tt
Office nf tho Hoard of Health,
Honolulu, Nov. 8. 1901.
At n meeting of the floard of Health
held November 8, 1901, tho following
ii-Huiiii uii Yv.ia inuun.-,,,
Resolvod. That no person shall con-
voy through tho streets of Honolulu
any garbage, swill or filth dangerous
to tho public health, except In such
tomnlnura us will prevent spilling
nnd leakage. II. C. 8LO00ETT.
Piesident Board of Health.
Secretary Board of Health.
We've all heard of the dog which
both growled and wagged his tall to
thf bewilderment of the bystander,
who knew not which end to believe.
A like uncertainty often exists In
the cas of an advertiser whose prom
fspx have been known to belle per
formance. The question naturally
arises, "H he entitled to credence
No doubt we'to made many a mis
statement In these ads. of ourB occa
sional errors v 111 creep In like boys
under a circus tent. tlut by this time
we Hatter ourselves the people of Ho
nolulu know us too well to confound
casual blunders lth wilful misrepre
Would You Do Us a Favor?
Tell Us Our Faults.
WATER IN PLENTY
ttilo, Nov. 7. Albert Horner, with
his father, from Hamakua, were In
the city Wednesday to round up
horses ami other stock brought hero
during the drouth. Str. Horner says
the rains have been abundant all
sun Hmoiuuering uui wie mirruuuuiug
vegetation has been so soaked that
llro will not spread.
The Horner stock when rounded up
an,i counted showed n loss of nearly
furl v henil nr horses and over iOO neau
of cattle on account of tno drouth.
When It was ascertained that the loss
was not greater the Homers weru
well satisfied, as they nad figured it
out mucc 'arger. The pastures In Ha
malum at green auu the young cano
which the uuth had almost claimed
for th- knh ) Is now gteen and llour-
""' ch" V0 i HakB,a" wa8 , ,c
town thls we k l"'J he reports la that
vicinity a saturation more than audi-
A PROFITABLE VISIT,
''The flrt time I ever saw the lata
Colli P. Huntington, the great rail
road man, he gave me S2 for our
school," writes Booker T. Washing
ton In "Up From Slavery." "The last
time I saw him. which was a few
months before he died, he gave me
150,000 toward our endowment fund.
Between these two gifts there were
other.) ot generous proportions which
!came ever' ar from both Sir,
I 'ome neonle mav sav that it wan
'Tnukpoon's enn,! luelf that hrnuzht to
' us this gift of J50.000. No, It was not
luck. It wis nard work.
"I had obtained Information that led
me to believe a gentleman who lived
about two' miles out In tho country
from Stamford, Conn., might become
Interested In our efforts at Tuskegea.
On an unusually cold and stormy
morning I walked the two miles to
soo him. After some difficulty I sue-
reeded In securing an Interview. Ha
listened with some Interest to what I
had to say, but did not give me any
thing, and I could not help feeling
that, In a measure, the three hours that
I had spent with him were thrown
away. Still, I had followed my usual
rule of doing my duty. If I had not
seen him I should have felt unhappy
over neglect nf It.
"Two years after a letter came to
Tuskogeo which read like this:
"'Enclosed I send you a New York
draft for $10,000 to be used In furthcr-
nnce nf vour work
I had placed thU
I BUm ,n my wlll for vour scboQ,, blll
deem It wiser to give It to you while I
live. I recall with pleasuro your visit
to me two yeais ago.
Hawaiian Opera House
Mr. James Neill
AND THE NEILL COrtPANY.
Dlroct from 20 weeks ot unparallel
ed success in San Francisco. Present
ing Nov. 9 BARBARA FREITCHIE.
Nov. 12 THE LOTTERY Or LOVE.
Augustus Daly's Greatest Comedy.
Nov. 14 ROSEMARY.
Nov. 15 THE CASE Or REBEL-
I LIOUS SU8AN.
Nov. 16 UNDER TWO FLAG8.
LAVISH SCENIC nOUNTINGS !
No Children under 7 years admitted.
AH persons found trespassing on tho
lands of Hoaeao. Walawa, Walmauo
and Mannna, In tho District ot Ewn
Island of Oahii. fenced off from anif
mauka of tho lands of tho Oahu Sugar
Company and tho Honolulu Plantation
r,.' ..,, .., i,n.i. ,..i,..i,. c,,.,i,i,io
,, n'nv ')Crf,0U founa Bootlng game'
on nbovo lands belonging to tho under-
sl)?1,cd. will bo nrrosted and proaccuter
nrcor(ng to law.
i98o.2w SI. P. ROBINSON.
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
Night watchmon furnished for build
ings, business property and residences.
Bulldors will do well to consult How
era In regard to watchmen.
65 Queen St.
AUCTION SALE OF "ORPHEUM"
Under orders from Hon. Oeo. D.
Gear, Second Judge ot the Circuit
Court of the First Circuit, In foreclos
ure of tho mortgage of Tho Orpheum
Co.. Ltd.. to C. S. Desky, I will sell
at public auction, to tho highest bid
der, for cash, on
Saturday, Novenber 16, 1991
AT 1 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, C5 Queen street, that
certain parcel of land, with all Im
provements thereon, and known as tho
Orpheum Block, situated on tho north
ern side ot Fort street. This property
has a frontage ot 120 2-10 feet on Fort
street nnd contains 33-100 aero. Terms,
ensh. United States gold coin Deeds
at expenso of purchaser. For further
Information, apply at offlco of
JAS. F. MORGAN,
OS Queen St.
The undersigned will receive appli
cations to leaso lots In tho "SCHMIDT
CENTRAL. BLOCK" on Berotanla
strcot, No. 688, adjoining the prem
ises of tho Queen's Hospital.
This valuablo property will bo divid
ed Into soveral business sites and of
fers a fine chance to Investors In Real
Estato. Sultablo for Stores, Lodging
Houses or Dwellings. Applications for
lots will be treated In priority and It
will pay to mako early applications.
An Important feature of these leases
Is that tho lessee has tho option ot
purchasing his lot in feo simple during
tho term of his lease at a figure based
on tho rental he 1b paying.
Terms and conditions ot leaso with
amount ot rents asked can be had on
Jas. F. Morgan,
65 Queen Street.
i t i
65 Queen St
, i in nr ii -ifniiiiiiffiiBiip