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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. L, MARCH 9, 1899.
To-day's Honolulu Stock
AmSuCo p'd up
Ew Plant'n Co
llmo Plan Co
lUw'n Aer. Co
lUw'n Sujf Co
llonomu Su Co
llonokaa S Co
Kona SuCo, Ass
KonaSCo rd up
Oahu S (p'd up)
Onomea Su Co
Pacific Su Mill
Pala Plant'n Co
Pepeekeo Su Co
Walluku Su Co
WltJer S S Co
Inter-Ij S N Co
ILaw'n Dec Co
Mutual Tele Co
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30000a! J 000
500,00a 5 000
300W 3 000
1 80,0c o
,800,000 18 CXJO
t ,000,000 10,000
500000 5 000
3oj,oooi 3 000
D d UD
Haw Gov.Cper c
50000a 5 oor
5oo,ooo 5 OOQ
V Model 44.
d THP RI IIP QTRFAkT
33 Klpahutu .
17 Oahu I'ald up
vibration, which Is acreat factor In 11
cycling ana lias made it possible
for you to ride a oo-gear over our
rough streets with more case than
yni can ride a 28-Inch wheel,
glared to 72.
EAKIN & WHITMAN
Pacific Heights Notice!
Applications will be received at the office of BRUCE
WARING & CO. or the purchase of Lots on
Situated on the magnificent hillside betveen Nuuanu and
Pauoa Valleys, and commanding a superb marine and scenic
view stretching from Diamond Head over Punchbowl to the
Waianae range of mountains.
A broad, winding Boulevard giving access to the property
is now in course of construction, and choice lots of sufficient
area for magnificent homesteads will soon be available.
On the Nuuanu side of the hill is a Pali protecting it from
the high winds and heavy showers of Nuuanu Valley, ensuring
a salubrious climate.
The elevation of the property is from $0 to 7!0 feet
above sea level.
Applications will be numbered and filed, and choice will
be allotted according to the number of the applications.
Only $1,000 for a lot 100 x 200 feet. Terms easy.
BRUCE WARING & CO.,
Rooms 7 and 8, Progress Block.
To reduce our stock of Pop
ular Songs we are selling
a large assortment of them at
10c. CE1TS PER COPY !
-This offer only open for a short time.
Also, at the regular price don't fail to get
"Honey I'll Be You're Man."
"Just One Girl."
"Georgia Camp Meeting."
"The Moth and the Flame."
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.,Ltd.
COUSKIt rOUT AND IWULTANIA STllKimS.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Band concert at the Hawaiian
hotel this evening.
Tho steamer Kinnu will arrive
Saturday noon from Hilo.
Tho climnto has no elTcct on tho
Peerless Preserving Paint.
Deputy Attorney Gonoral Dolo
returned from Kauai in the James
Makeo this morning.
Wing Tai Ohoug, Tai Hook and
Kwang Lee huvo au important
notice under Now To lay. '
Tlioro is to bo a hall given at
Bueua Vista hospital thw evening
by the young gentlemen connected
with the institution.
Tuost' uho have any trouble
with tbnir rolls of film or glass
plates would do well to read Le
Muuyon's ad. in this issuo.
The members of tho family of
tho lato V. J. Maxwell wish to
thank the kind frioudB who
showed them bo many kindnesses
during their hours of sadness.
Tho Grst mato of the American
Girl was struck ovor tho noeo by n
seaman thiH morning. Tho of
fending sailor was arrested and
will have his heariug tomorrow.
On Tuesday, April 11, at' 12
o'clock noon, n u acre of laud situ
ato at Wnikiki, suitatilo for rice
cullivat'on.wdl bo sold by auction
at the front entrance of tho Judic
A meeting of the Hawaiian Ro
liof Hocoity was called for this
morning but there were not euouch
members present to constitute a
quorum. A mooting will bo called
sometime next week.
Thero will be a rehearsal of the
Amateur Orchestra in Kaumaka
pili Church at tho ubuuI timo Uih
3voning to practice Oratorio music.
Evory mombor is oarnostly re
quested to bo present.
Tho surplicod choir, of forly
ruembors will rohenrso in St. An
drew's Cathedral this ovening for
tho services over tho remains of
the lato Princess Kaiulaui iu Ka
waiahno Church on Sunday.
Foil Sale. 100 choice boxes of
Paubics iu full bloom. Size of
boxps, 2x 1. Aho -10 boxeB Violets,
double wliito and bluo. Tho Pnu
sies will bloom G months to come.
Will sell cheap. Call food beforo
thoy are all gone. Call at People's
Express Co s office, 201. Mer
chant street. T. O. White, manager.
oitANoi: and pi: ten thi:i:s.
PRICES MUCH REDUCED.
NEW RECORDS by the well-known
Hawaiian "Kawalhao Quintette Club"
(the most popul.tr native singers In the
HejJquarters for Gramophones, Gr.iph.v
phones, Reglna Aluslc Boxes.
WASHBURN GUITARS AND MAN
DOLINS, the best In the world.
Music Department of
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
The Only Plrst-CIiBH America"
RcHtnurnnt In the City.
Ice Cream Parlors
Bread, Cake, etc., delivered to any
part of the city free.
527-529 FORT ST.,
HONOLULU, H. I.
HUSINIXS LUNCH, from II a in. Mill
2 p. 111 25 (.01114
DINNKH, from 5 to 7 p. n 50 coat's
If you want bulness property,
If you want a home cheap,
If you want a lodging house,
If you want property that will enhance in
value, it w ill pay you to consult
W. E. BIVENS,
Fort street, opposite Hank of Haw .ill.
NOTARY PUBLIC anfl TYPEWR1TEH
Otllce: 203 Merchant street, Camp- '
bell Ulnck, rear of J. O. Cnrter'n office, i
P. (). Mot lot.
EDMUND II. HART,
Buicifiesi,.. n 'Notary Public and Typewriter
suit Miiall advertisers get a square
Conveyancer and Searcher of Records.
Onico Campbell's Illoclc. Mnrcli.tnt St.
Next door to HawallinWIneCo. to$stf
Peerless of All
Many Features not to be found on any other machine.
Call in and examine it.
PEARSON & HOBRON, Agts
312 FORT ST. Telephone 565.
In selecting Gltts
niauy points are to be considered:
Firt o all, where is the largest
anJ oest display to be seen ?
Second, the quality and prices ?
After you have convinced your
self on these two points the rest
We have on display the
largest and greatest variety of
CHOICE GOODS ever offered
in Honolulu. We know our prices
are right, because we buy right
from the manufacturers, thereby
saving the percentage made by
the middle man.
When you come to our store 1
we feel it our duty to fain harize
you with the goods we carry, and
our time is yours.
Come and inspect our stock.
Goods are all markeJ in plain.1
Hollister Drug Co,
Wlmt llyron ), clrk Una t Hay
Of lato, tboro have boon comirjg
to tho front1, champions of Flo
rida peaches and posra, who say
that they nre far ahead of the Cali
fornia plants for tho Hawaiian
soil. Byron O. Clark, Coimnis-
miesioDorof Agriculture, was eoen
this morning and, in reply to a
qijostion, gavo tho BULLETIN tho
"California orango treos havo
boen tried iu tho islands and ox
callent results h-ivo boon obtained.
You will bo surprised if I tell yon
that nino-tnuths of tho oranqo or
chards in California owo tboir ex
istenco to Hawaiian and Tahitian
treps. Tho original roots and
stalks woro imported from Tahiti
and Hawaii and theso havo con
stituted tho basis for all tho bud
ding that haB beon going on oror
there. Why is it then that Cali
fornia oranei s should not do woll
here? Why all the orango troeB
brought out from Califor
nia on a sailing voesol several
mouths ago, aio only one genera
tion removed from Hawaiian
orangeB; that is to say, tho sped
camo from treos that grow from
"Now then, as to peach trcs.
Of coureo you know that thoro
woro only two original types of
poach the Persian and the Chi
nese Tho peaches hero aro from
the ChinoBO typo and so is tho so
called Florida ppach. California
has tho satno. Thoro is no neces
sity for importing tho Florida
poach. You can tako tho Hawai
ian peach and iu two years, with
pruning and proper care, fruit
twice tho nizo can be obtained.
"Now then, a word regarding
figs. Thirty years ago Bev.
Loop visilol theso islnmls and,
upon his roturn to California,
took with him, a lot of cuttings
from fig trees hero. Somo of tho
original plants aro still in exis
tence in California nnd from them,
havo hcou obtained, ono of tho
fiuest varieties of ligs wo havo in
We have a Lare
Assortment of this
ble article, which
we are selling at
the most reasona
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