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Big New Stock of
Rubber-packing, Rubber Belting
1 1-2 to 12 Indie, Split Steel Pulley
from 6 to 30 Inches, Split Steel Shaft
ing, Oalvanlted Steel and Iron Rope,
Steam Plow Cables, Hoisting Rope,
Blocks, Etc. -
and a complete lino of
Keen Kutter Topis,
Knives and Shears,
E. 6- Hall & Son,
Bulletin 75c. per month.
THE GOLDEN RULE
having to vacate premises on the first of the year, has ,
determine! 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 very
latest things In Stationery and : : : : :
all new books
Nothing is reserved at this sale, and those who come
first will get fir.'t 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 Si. 25, now go forSi.oo; Si. 50
books go for S 1 20, and all other books sold proportion
ately low. All Goods Sold for : : : :
J. M. WEBB, - Prop.
1179 River Street.
Bet. Ucrctanta and Paunltl.
Tel. Blue 841.
P. O. Uox 978.,
nbber Tires pat on in
Seattlo, Wash, Nov. 3 Tho rove
nuo cutter Dear arrived In port to
night after discharging ballast at the
Pugct Sound Navy Yard. She sails al
noon tomorrow for San Francisco, go
lag first to Comox for coal. Captain
Tuttle'a orders aro to load his bunk
ers to tbolr capacity, which Is takeu
hero as an indication that tho Hear
may bo rent on to winter at Honolulu
Wit AND HIS RECALL
Washington. Nov. 3. Mr. W11. tlto
r.hlnosa Minister, returned to the city
tonight from bis trip to Aun Arbor,
Mich , whore be went to deliver an ad-
diess to the students. Hoplying to I
qucHtlouB on tuo Btibjeu or ins recall, 1
a step which a Peking dhpatch ycutor-
day said Had been uotorminea upon,
ho said ho bad not received any Intl
mation that bo would bo asked to re
turn. As ho baa horftoforo oxpressod
himself, tha Milliliter would not bo
surprised in tho loaa if this action
were contemplated by his Oovoinmcut,
kj bo has now served on the mission
bcro for moro than a ear longer' than
tho customary time allowed by the
Foreign Ultlte at an) ono place; viz,
thrto years. Hu Is simply hnldlnc
over now. and his recall and tho ap
pointment of n BucccHboi would ba
dimply In lino with established pr.ii
tlco. Mr. Wu's tenure has been very satin
fue'ory to tho Administration anil It Is
understood that It was thioiigh tho
representations of tho officials boro,
conveyed to tho Chinese (Jovoru'mcnt.
that it was continued. When asl.od
whether he would return to China it
ho wero recalled, Mr Wu replied, with
feeling: "Why should not 17 All my
interests uro there."
Captnln'johti r. Jayncs a newspa
perman and noted filibuster of Califor
nia arrived here in tho Santiago this
morning. He Is tliTuKIng of estab
lishing a waterfront paper In this city.
MF'C CO., Ltd.
Fine Carriages, Wagons ami
TraCkS. Rcpulr Work a
All orders promptly attended to.
Only competent help employed.
New York, Nov. 3. A special to thf
World from Clovoland says: Ucorgn
K Ross, one of the promoters of tun
big Independent sugar rotluory at
125th street In Now York, returned
homo today. He bald tho refinery win
1'0 ono of tho finest In tho world, it
will consist of four buildings, the
largest of which will bo eleven stories
in height, it will have a dally iapae
ity or 1500 barrels, or about 500.G0II
barrels n year. Tho entire output is
to bo taken by stockholders, most of
whom nro wholcsilo ;; 100cm.
Iloss said; "Wo nxpoct to havo our
buildings completed In about n year
r.nO ho ready for operation. Tha cost
or tho rounory will bo about $1,000 001
Rvery grade of refined sugar will be
manufactured by us."
"Will ou enter Into competition
wltn other rellnorlear waa asked,
' Only In the senso that tho project-
urn 01 tnis rotincsy will uandlo evorv
pound of tho product. Tho sugar will
not bo marketed In tho acccptod
sense. Tho stockholders aro In a po
sition to iisn every pound of tho pro
posed output ,largn as It will be."
Washington, NiiV. 7. W. W. libels-
hill, who inprcsented this (lovernment
In tho llnnl sottlcment with China
li is had a conferonca with Assistant
Secretary Taj lor of the Treasury Do
paitment, in regard to thcroprosenta
tion ot tho Unltoxl States on tho com
mlmfon of bankers which, by the
torni of tho filial protocol, Is charged
wi... tho duty of receiving nnd paylnp
over to tho sovor.il Governments In bi
Wrest thn biiiiib lo bo paid by Chlpa
as Indemnity. Mr. Hockhlll favors the
erta'bllsliinoiit of an American bulk, in
Kmnlla l.cahl, who changed her plot
to guilty on appeal from Honolulu
District Court, bad sentence suspend
ed by .Tinlge Humphreys until noxt
1 uuiiiiiiaViiJ, iiiti:ii mi:MPi?n 11 1 .nik m-4
dinrrmu 1111 r.i.i.inr.iiLir. n in unu m
Wratber Bureau, Punahou, Novem
ber 14. Temperature Morning mini
mum, 08; Midday maximum, 76.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 30 12. Irregular.
Rainfall 0 27.
Dew Point 62F.
Humidity nt 9 ft w. M per coat.
nhmcurt Head Signal Station, No
vember 14. Weather Laiy; wind high
Wednesday, Nov. 13.
tkhr. Malolo, from Kauai porta.
Thursday, Nov. 14.
O. & O. 8. 8 Gaelic. Finch, 6 days 20
hours from Snn Francisco.
m, bk. Santiago, Knglcs, 11 days
from Ban Francllco.
fciclir. Walalua, from Molokal.
Aground on Ewn side of channel.
t?tr. Niihau, Thompson, from Puna-
Sir Jnroc MaKec, Tullctt, from Ks-
Kchr Ada. from Kauai.
Wcdncsdnj, Nov. 11.
O. 3. S. Alameda, Hcirlman, for Han
Sir. Hawaii, Mux for 11am ikun and
Sir. I ehua, Napalu, for Molokal
Schr. Kcaulkcioiill, for Kauai porta.
Str. J A CummlnH, So.irlc, for Kou
Thurndij , Nov I i.
m ri lir Maria 13. Smith, NcNon
Str Miltaliula, Oregoiy, for Klcolc,
MaknvvoH Wnlirra 11 ml Kikalm nt 5 p.
111 I'Hiin 1 ri 1 ml null for Koloa.
S F C 11 Hi. I uch. for tlio Orient at
i p. in.
3 Mr AHria i: Sm.th. Wilson, for
From San rranclsco, per bk. San
tlago Admiral John I". Janes.
Per str. Mlkahala, from Kauai ports,
Nov. 13 W. A. Kinney, J. Ilaen. W.
Fisher. C. Davis, O. Ewart. W. Sboff,
B. C. Olbbs. J. Veangrotf. D. A. Weill,
F. C. Combs, Miss Alexander, Mrs. C.
M. Cooke, Mrs. Cross. Mrs. Kauai, Mas
ter Kauai, Mr. Cooke. Theodore Con,
T. Maauda, E. Mahlum, Mm. Todd.
Mm, O. 8turgcon, Mrs. J. C. Mc8tay,
Master Sturgeon, Master H. Kanl, Miss
Haul and 27 deck.
Per schr. Malolo, from Kauai, No.
13 Captain Ktulna, and 5 members 'A
Mr. Ulukou, ono of tho best educat
ed Ilawatlans In the Islands and a man
who has made a study of tho life of
tho past among tha native H.iwallans,
Is Just now getting together material
for the production of a number of Ha
waiian dramas which were In vogun
in tho time when allls ruled over Ha
wall. Ho Intends lo produce theso in
the Opera House so that people who
are not familiar with the way things
were done in tho olden times and
there are many of these will hac
aomethlng unusual to look forward to.
Mr. Ulukou Is now engaged with tho
arrangement of his plays nnd In a
few weeks' time ho will hao every
thing In readiness so that the men
and women whom he will select to take
the various parts may begin at once
with the work. He has four different
plays nnd all of theso will bo given.
Mr. Ulukou, when seen this morning
about the matter had tho following to
say: "I shall try to mako theso plays
characteristic and my earnest endeavor
will bo to glvo tho pcoplo of Honolulu
a correct reproduction of things thnt
happened In Hhj olden times. There
will bo tho moles and oils of tho olden
times and special attention will be
raid to tho costuming! Tha life of the
Ttawallans In the olden tiroes Is not
understood by mora than ono person
out of cry hundred nnd I believe thli
to be a very liberal estimate. Hawaii
and the Hawatlans nro dally fading
from the public eye. My object will be
to revive the Interest and at tho same
time, to educate."
Mr. Ulukou recently mado a tour of
tho country districts of tho Island of
Hawaii, taking with him n number
of natives well versed In tho old time
meles and oils. HIb company was not
very large but he succeeded, through
the excellence of tho performance he
gave. In making a very good thing out
of his venture.
At tho annual meeting of tho Pacific
Hardware Company, Limited, hold this
day, tho following offlcorB wero eloct
ed for tho ensuing year; 11. F. Dil
lingham, President; Jas. Clordon Spen
cer. Vice President aud Socrotary, L.
13. Plnkhnni, Treasurer and Mnnager;
uo. o- uarriB, jr.. Assistant Treas
urer; J. I., Pvormann, Auditor. Di
rcetora M. P. Iloblnson, Jits. I.
l'orbort, I. H. Dillingham, Ji , Cbas.
JA8. OOItDON Si-iiNCEIl,
Honolulu, November 14th, 19UT.
An up-todato Night School will bo
opened In the
QUEEN EMMA BUILDING,
BEIIDTANIA AND NUUANU STS.
Monday Evenlnfj, Nov. 18, at 7 o'clock.
Thls'School wlll,bp under tho man
atement of a collego man of lourlcen
jenrs' experience, assisted by experi
enced Instructors employing modem
'I filu niovo has tho lioirty endorse
tiont of (ho leading edilcatoiH of tho
Ity, and deserves the cooperation of
I-ngllsh and tho common branches
will bo taught. Special attention given
to day school delinquents.
For terms, etc., call on or nddruss,
C. J. COOPER, Principal,
1235 Matlock Avenue.
Our Want AiIh.
Your Wnnt Ado.
To Supply Your Wnnt.
P. S.-So dort the BULLETIN, the
newsiest J illy In Honolulu.
Ada. in this column will be Inserted
at 16 cents a line one Insertion; 25
cents two Insertions; 30-tenta one
week; 40 cents two weeks, and 60
cents one month. This Is the cheapest
advertising ever offend the people of
HOI AND COLD BATH!) at tha Silent
Itirbir Shop, Everything strictly
up to ilito; now nnd clean. Just
what jou'ro looking for. 100 Mm
PIANO TAUQHT BY EXPERIENC
ED TEACHER; now, quick method;
?o mouth; special intention to adult
beginners. Address box 010.
REMOVAL '1 ho Sewing Machine Ex
change has temovod to 128j Port
tt. All l.lnda of nowlng machines
bought, sold, rented or exchiingui)
NO .'ICC TO DUILDERS Tho Unfmi
Exurcss Co. has WHITE oANl) FOR
SAi.li, fill if
mnTlu lly n good tenant, n small
eottngp, with nrd; rent must liu
115 to J2. Address F, K., this of
tlce. 1994 lw
WANTED lly voung married couple,
furnished houso of six rooms. X. Y.,
P. O. box 349. 1993-1 w
WANTED A young German girl to do
general housework. Kl Premcro,
1189 Alakea St. 1992 lw
WANTED Position as stenographer
oy ungnt, energetic joung lady with
years or oxpcrlcnca with law firms
aud general business. Rapidity, ac
curacy and flrst-clasa wqrk guaran
teed. Address M. E. Ilullctin ol
flcu. stating salary. 1992 lw
WANTED Work on singlo or double
entry lioolm; books exported, open
ed or closed; financial statements;
trial balances rendered by practical
accountant. Address -Accountant,
this oflico. ' 1975-lm
WANTED To sell Diamond and Opal
Kings, in the latest Btjles. Watches
repaired by a Jeweler of 35 years
experience. O. DIHTZ, Fort street,
near Hotel. 10S tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
MOSQUITO-PROOF rooms; eliitrlc
llghtH; telephonn; all modem Im
provements; best of tablo board Ap
ply 12S Hcrftnuln Ave. 19l.'-lw
THE LOS ANGELES K.23 Fott St.;
ROOM8 AT THE ALOHA Fort
Street, from 1.50 to $2.50 per
wook. 1952 tf
HJH SALE Carriage and saddle
horses. Apply at 307.Stangenwald
Dldg. 1993 tt
FOR SALE FIvo-jcar lease of cot
tago on Dmma St , near Vineyard,
Apply to J. W. Lake, 1288 Fort St.
FOR SALE Fine family horse, buggy
and harness. For prlco and partic
ulars soo Chas. .Bellini, Club btable'S.
FOR SALE Coral rock for filling. Ad
dress It. M. Duncan, at llullotln of
fice. . 1991-tf
FOUR LOTS, Hobron St.. Kapahulu.
WnlklKt; X300 each, half cash; bal
ance 10 month, each loL Jett'B,
43 King St. 198C-lm
STEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE Tho
"Talula." as sho now Ilea In tho har
bor. Sbo is a nearly new boat, in
perfect working order, and has been
or late used In towing at Kahulul
harbor. W. H. Pain.
LARGE, sunny mosqulto-proof room,
centrally located; J10 per month.
Apply Pantheon Barber Shop.
FOR RENT Throo or four unfur
nished rooms, high marlno vlow.
Hackfcld and Spencer bt , or Km
mcluth & Co 1991-lw
TO LET Uutlro second floor of build
lug on Fort St , abovo Hotel, to be
lendy for occupancy about Dec. 1st.
Address II. D, Ilullctin oflico.
ro LET Throe rooms, with kitchen,
bath and pantry (unfurnished); now
house, near olectrlc cars; rent la.
Address J. M. v.. Bulletin otllco.
TO LET Suit of offices In Progress
block. Inqulro of Druco Waring &
TO LET Two turnlshed rooms and 2
roomB for housekeeping, SIS. 1100
Punchbowl 8i. 1988 2w
TO LET Ns cottnges on Nuuanu
Avo, $25; on Insane Asylum road,
112.50; on King St., l'alama, $10.50:
oh! School St, nr, Nuunnu. SI B, P.
i: R Straucli, room 38, Cnmnboll
blkS16 Fort Bt. lSfyzw
NEWLY FURNISHED rooms, Berota
nla Ave, cor, Kecaumoku St. Mrs.
Joffa,. 1 907-1 m
To LET A largo, eunny tront room
in n, private family; mauka Thomtis
Snunrc; hot android water; electric
lights; possession given Oct. 15tli.
Address A. B. CM P. O. box 572.
FOR RENT A largo hall In tho Wav
erley block, sultnblo for lodges so
cieties, etc , furnished or unf urnlsh
ed. Apply to A. V. Gear. 1970
TO LET Two
olX-HOOM COTTAGE, Punchbowl St,
modern Improvements. Apply to
A. O. Cnnha, 2d bouse abovo Mor
mon Church. 1991-ltn
FOR BENT-A now house on An
slan BL. of am rooms with all mod
ern Improvements. Enquire of Chas.
K. Frashcr, Consolidated Soda
Works. 1922 tf
FOR RENT THrec or four unfurnish
ed .rooms; Hackfeiu and Spencer:
lino marine view. Lower Waiklkl
TO LET A furnUhcd house of nine
rooms, cur. Artesian and Dingham
SU. Address P. O. liox :i(J.
rn 1 PARri'wivitnrv hmiKo nf eleht
largo moniH, with oath nnd P. C. on
both lloora. also hot nnd coul vvator;
ptrtly furnished If desired; veryroa-
sonnblo to responsible party. Apply
H. Gorman, Fort S . opp. Club stable.
LOST On the evening of Nov. 12tn,
at the Opera House, a pair of tor
toise shell glasses, long bnudlo. Ke
turn to office Dlshop & Co. Re
ward to finder. 1994-11
LOST Plain gold open faced watch.
fancy engraved II. M. on back. Ko
turn to II. Mlctfa, Washington Ught
Co ; $5 reward and no questions
3TRAYED Throo rod nnd whlto hom
ing pigeons, silver bands around leg.
Reward given if returned to Prlnco
Kalnnlnnaole. 1986 tf
FOUND A purso containing a sum of
money. For particulars call at tho
pollco station. 1980 tf
OTHERS WILL DEMAND.
St. Petersburg, Nov. 7. The news
papers hero anticlpato that, following
the lead of France, other powers will
discover claims against Turkey. Tho,0'm-
Russian newspapers generally welcome
tbe French naval demonstration In
Turkish waters, as a setback to what
tho Hiiwlya terms "German preten
sions In Turkey."
rhe Evening Bulletin, 75 cents pai
Hawaiian Opera House
Mr. James Neill
AND THE NEILL COnPANY.
Direct from 20 weeks of unparallel
ed success In San Francisco. Present
ing Nov. 14 ROSEMARY.
Nov. 16 THE CASE Or REBEL
Nov. 16 UNDER TWO FLAGS.
As presented thrco months at the
Garden Theater, Now York. A dra
matization of Oulda's novel.
Nov. 19 "An Ideal Husband." Oscar
Wlldo'B Oreatest Play.
Nov. 21 Nancy &' Co. Famous Au
gustln Daly Comedy.
Nov. 22 The Jilt Dion Doucleault's
Reinarkablo Racing Drama.
Nov. 23 The Royal Box Charles
Coghlan's Romantic Masterpiece.
LAVISH SCENIC nOUNTINOS I
No Children under 7 years admitted.
Seats now on salo at Wall, Nichols
J. D. Jewett
,. J. WILLIAMS t
In PdHtclH a
Wntci' Golora $
ii nil A
We've all heard of tho" dog which
both growled and wagged his tail to
tho bewilderment of the bystander,
who know not which end to believe.
A like uncertainty often exists In
tho caso of an advertiser wIiobo prom
ises havo been known to belle per
formance. The question naturally
arises, "Is ho entitled to crcdcnco
No doubt we'vo mado many a mis
statement in theso ads. of ours occa
sional errors will creep in Uko boys
under a circus tent. Hut by this tlnio
wo Hatter ourselves tho pcoplo of Ho
nolulu know us too woll to confound
casual blunders with wilful misrepre
Would You Do Ua a Favor?
Tell Us Our Faults.
LilllilA WAS IIILHli
Pretoria, Nov. 3. Further details
havo been received regarding tbe at
tack by the Doers under tho command
ot General Hot I) a last week on Colonel
Benson s command near lirakculaagte-,
l.aaiorn 'Iransvaal. It appears that
Otnorul Uotha, who had been Joined
loOO men, attacked Colonel Ucnsona
rear guard, October 30th, on the march I
and capturod two guns, but was un-
aoio to keoii tlicm.
Colonel Dcnson fell mortally wound
ed early In the fight. Major Wools-
Sampson took commaud, collected the
convoy and took up a posltlou tor uo-l
rense about luu varus irom intrcnen
inents prepared by tho Doers. Tho
captured guns wcio so situated that
neither sldii could touch them.
Thn Uoers mado desperate efforts
to overwhelm tho whole Urlilsh torce.
charging repeatedly light up to the
Dntish lines, and being driven back
each tlmo with heavy loss. Tho do
fenso was stubbornly nnd Biiccemfulb
wuinmiueu inrougn mo wnoje 01 inn court or tho First Circuit, in rorccios-
lollowlng day and tho next night uutlHuro of the mortgage of The Orphoumi
Colonel Darter, who had marched all Co. Ltd. to C. S. Desky, I will sell
nlBht from Uushinan's kopje, In ought n. public auction, to no highest bid-
"'"0' on tho morning of November 1st. der, for cash, on
lno Doors luen retlrr.1. 'tiiolr looses
nto piacou at uctwc fi suit and iun.
'Colonel Deuson did not long survlvo
Not only did General ttoiha ilinct
tho aUack, as already cabled, but ho
personally shared In tho fighting.
THE FOOTBALL SCORES
West Point, N. V, Nov. 2. In th-
tnoti Lloseiy contented football gamcj
ovqr played in tho West Point field
tbo cadets tied Yale's strong team
by a score of 5 to S.
Now York. Nov. 2 Uctvvccn S000
and 9U0O people saw thn Columbia foot
ball tcin a hut oui the representatives
ot tho University ot Pennsylvania at
thn polo grounds today, lno ball wag
lu Pennsylvania s torrltory when time
was called, tbo tidal scoring reading.
Columbia 11. Pennsylvania 0.
Ithaca. N. Y Nov. 2. Prluccton
scored a hard fought victory over Cor
nell this afternoon by the narrow mar
gin ot two points, tho final scorojiclng
tt to ii.
Cambridge, Mass, Nov. 2. Harvard
easily defeatoii Drown this afternoon,
48 to,0. Flvo touchdowns wero made
In tho first halt and thre-o in the see-
Chicago. Nov. 2. The brilliant work
of Merrill, Smith and Mcltao nverted
Impending dereat for tbo Beloit oloven
today and tho final scoro was: Chica
go. 17; Belolt.17.
MMress Will you want more than
two nights out a week?
New Girl Woll, no, mum; two will
be enough, conslderln' there's no opery
this season. New York Weekly.
somo people onrounter In select
ing wall paper la in tho poor and
Insufficient variety tnat has
been carried In Honolulu. Those
people havo not seen tho olegant
pnpora wo havo in stock, nor
could wo oxpect it, for ns "Rome
was tiot built In a day ' nclthor
could wo hope to bo visited by
everybody during tho short tlmo
wo havo boon In business.
All aro weltomo at our storo,
nnd wo navo a stock ot WALL
PAPER that is Tar ahead ot any
thing over seen horo. Don't loso
any time lu coming to sco us.
Bcretanla St., next to cor. of Emma
65 Queen St.
On Friday, November 15th
AT 10 O CLOCK A. M.,
At nty Bnleroom. 65 Queen street, I
will sell nt Public Auction
10 Cases Baucrbrunnen,
Rugs. Pictures, Chain.
Couches, Beds, Etc., Etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
AUCTION SALE OF "ORPHEUM"
Under orders from
Hon. Geo. D.
Gear, Second Judgo
of tho Circuit
Saturday, Novemoer 16, 1991
AT U O'CLOCK NOON.
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, that
certain parcel ot land, with all Im
provements thereon, nnd known as the
Orphcum Block, situated on thn north
ern side ot Fort street. This property
has a frontage of 120 .2-10 feet on Fcfrt
street and contains 38-100 aero. Terms,
cash. United States gold coin. Deeds
at oxpensa of purchaser. For further
Information, apply at office of
JAS. F. MORGAN,
05 Queen Kt.
Tho undersigned wilt receive appli
cations to leaso lots In the "SCHMIDT
CENTRAL BLOCK" on Berotania
street, No. 588, adjoining the prem
ises ot tho Queen's Hospital. t
i nis vaiuamo property win oo dlvia- .
ed into several business sites and of
fers a nno chance to Investors In Real
estate. Suitable for Stores, Lodging
Houses or Dwellings. Applications for
lots will be treated In priority and It
win pay to make early applications.
An Important feature of these leases
Is that the lessee has the option ot
purchasing bis lot in fee simple during
tho term of his lease at a figure based
on tho rental ho Is paying.
Terms and conditions of lease with
amount ot rents asked can be had on
application to ,
Jas. F. Morgan,
6$ Queen btrtei.
and Broker f
65 Queen St
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