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This tract of most desirable Suburban property
aow being opened up -with residence sites, lies about three
miles from this city, in a northeasterly direction.
It has an elevation of over 200 feet above sea level,
jommanding a magnificent view of the Ocean, Koko Head,
filanoa and Palolo Valleys, with the City of Honolulu, Ewa
tnd Oahu Plantations, and Pearl Lochs, at its feet. It is en
tirely removed from all planting of rice or taro, thereby obviat
iiir the possibilities of ague and fever. Twelve broad streets
give access to the property, and are crossed by six avenues.
Seven of these Boulevards are now opened up, the balance in
apurse of construction.
From its position it is entirely removed from the high
winds and heavy showers of Manoa and Nuuanu Valleys,
guaranteeing from its soft ocean breezes a salubrious climate.
A pumping plant, in the course of installation, settles
the question of water, which will be furnished to purchasers
of this property at Government lates ; this flow of water being
insured from two 12-inch wells which under measurement
show nearly 4,000,000 gallons in twenty-four hours.
These lots contain an area of 15,000 square feet each,
tad are of two sizes 100 x 10 and 75 x 200.
TERMS : $400 per lot, $50 additional for corners, spot
C2sh. $?00 per lot, $50 additional for corners $20 cash, and
SIO monthly installments per lot.
AAP OF PROPERTY on view at our oflice ; and for
hirther particulars apply to
GEAR, LANSING & CO.
M t3 95 x son, comer Keeaumoku anJ Klnau sis (
miy for tullJIncncxt to hanliomereslJcncc
Id 10 vn x 100, tight fine Residence Loll facing on
1 jn tllo anJ Klnau streets. These are very
choke Id's, on line proposed Rapid Transit,
. es ioj x aq, on tlcrctanla street, near keeau-
moki street, running through to Young street.
One of the most desirable building sites In the
As. 4iii X )to, on Nobtey street, Kallhl, with L on
side street Good delation, good view, cheap,
nust be seen to be appreciated.
HOR SALt On oung st , near Kaplolanl, a choice
Kresldrncenf 1 bed-rooms parlor and dining room,
lichen and pantry, bath and patent W. C ; good
snnblng stable, out-house, sen ants' quarters.
3od li en 1 c property; rents forS40 monthly. Sire
Clot, 75 x !'.!.
GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
Judd Building, Fort Street.
A new shipment of Guava Charcoal having just come to
hand, we are able to offer it in lots to suit, from one bag up
ward. This is the right kind of coal to use, and we get it
freshly burned every few weeks.
Now that we are talking Coal, don't forget that we carry
a big stock of
All the time, and sell it by the bag or ton. Items that go with
Coal, such as Forges, Blowers, Bellows, Tuyres, Iron, Steel,
and all such things we carry a fine stock of, and It will pay
you to call on us when needing any of them.
. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Oor. Fort and DSZine Sts.
WAS. S DUSKY PROPRIETOR
F. POST MANAGER
J. H. Du Bell,
iiss Violet Dale,
Sir. Wm. Howard,
Miss Myrtle Graham,
Mr. Matt Keefe,
Post and May Ashley,
tip. U. J. Ordway,
lr. Walter Pollard.
i M at tin Arlington
Genetil Admission. 95c. and ?oc.
Last si rows for Children under sa years, 10c.
Reservsd Chslrs, 50c.
Seats ca be booked by ringing up Telephone 540.
Digging or taking sand from makal side
Ala Moina Road(Beach Road) Is strictly
prohibited, any person or persons caught
Si the act, will be prosecuted to the full
utent of the Law.
W. H. CUMMINGS,
Road Supervisor, Honolulu,
1 209-2 w
S'o. 4j H x 105 on Deretanla street, near lrt street
Lane on side maintained; desirable store lot,
ready for building. ....
No. 4? In Kaplolanl I'ark, 100x100; a desirable
home, containing owner's bam. out houses etc ;
fruit and ornamental trees. Either lor sale or
will be leased to a desirable tenant.
No. 4a 5 x 115, on Anapunl street. Cottage? rooms
and bath. Good view high elevailon. cheap.
No. (o 75 x aoo Magatlne, and Thurston and
Spencer. Good elevation; faces on three sts
No. 5101 x 157. corner Wilder Avenve and Kewalo.
Nice house ol 7 rooms and bath large grounds;
fruit and ornamental trees; barn and out
buildings. TO Lt T A desirable Residence on Magailne st
(Punchbowl). scen rooms, bath and toilet, barn,
chlckin house servants' quarters Laore grounds.
with fruit and ornamental trees. Beautiful view of
t. Faro at Itamakua S 6,1
i. A 40-room Lodging House, n-year least. 5,00a
I. its acres coffee land, Kona..... 1.00
co. Lot H acre near town i,;o
i. House and Lot, Punahou t,oot
14. Large Lot and good Paying Business..,, sioot
15. Large Lot, Palama, nearly K acre....... 4.00c
16. Lot joxiio.wlth dwelling houje.Quirry St :yx
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Post Office Lane, - Honolulu.
The second assessment of io per cent,
on the capital stock of Kihel Plantation
Co. Is now due and payable at the office
of Alexander & Baldwin, Judd Building.
J. P. COOKE,
1210-iw i Treasurer.
VXij fit tbtt tolunrn tzir tniirt4Jatt$tiHli
r3 uhntfitit Inurttoni to eenil tttond inuu
lion; jo etnll t wttk and o cinll a month. Itilil
Utuplit oJvtrtinnf nyr cffirtJ Ittftoflt 0 Honolulu.
W ANTED Uy an American lady, thirty years of
v age, position as housekeeper, reference. Ad-
mes ,.. 1-, uuncnn oince.
nANTED 500 Men to get shaved for 15c. (while
" oarrers). 11, JLtis, oiow fort street,
PR SALE BOY'S CRESCENT WHEEL In
rood condition. AdJrt.t t. . 1. flulletln office.
SALE A SMALL DRAKE
Q. II. ULRREY.
COR SAI E-A
Ladv' nirvtle for sale,
UERRLY, Emma street.
OUIET HORSE AND A UUGC.Y. FOR SALE,
reasonable. Apply K, Nullum office. iio2;tf
OPPORTUNITY rOR DAIRYMEN l-Island-bred
dairy stock, bred to the thoroughbred sire nf the
W. (i Irwin dairy. I or further particulars Inquire uf
C.W Macfarlane. iifll
RR SALE-One SHIPMAV ENGINE In rerfect
order. Apply to II G. Hlart. Tort St. noHf
A TWO-MANUALand Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or residence. Uergbtrom
Music Co . Fort street it6j
BEST 15 cent meal In town. Try It and be con
vlnced. Llnd's Excelsior Restaurant 1041
DEARL CITY BOOM will be the rent U. S. Army
I and Naw nfflr.r. mtitl have hnutet on the hill.
Two Fine Lots, commanding a splendid land and sea'
view, near trie reservoir, win be sold cheap, ujress,
"Peall City," Bulletin Office tigj-tt
CURNISHED ROOMS-Whhnr without board. In
1 a private family. Punchbowl sti
street, five doors
above (ierctanla street
COR RENT-A desirable FURNISHED COTTAGE
I of rooms and bath servants' quvlers stable
and chicken house. ArplytoJ. II. CUMMINCS, 40J
Mahlkl stretl. above Wilder Avenue. mi-iw
FOR RENT Thi store on Qun street lately oc
cupied by Messrs McChesnev&Sons. For par
ticulars Inquire of the undersigned.
ALLLN & ROBINSON.
Maya, 1800 1110-tf
ICELY IURNISHED TRONT ROOM, with or
without board. It'll lorallfv! I.rmt moderate.
51) Deretanla street, next City feed Store. iiootm
FUND A GOLD LOCKET with the word "Ami
stad" across the center In pearls, and two leaves
In blue stones. Owner can have same by calling at
this office and piylng for cost of advertising. iko
I OST A Man's Silver Watch, between the Boat
I- lanJlng, near Queen strett. and the Oceanic
wharf. A suitable reward Is offered for return of
same to this office. iar-tf
I OST A pair of OPERA GLASSES, somewhere
f- between the Opera House, hotel, and Pensacola
street. Receive reward on returning to WILDER &
AIRS. GUNN'S DANCING CLASS
will meet Friday evening at 8. Solomon's
Quintette Club will play.
The mamgement of the Honolulu Sani
tarium announce to their patrons and
friends the afrlval of Dr, Luella S. Cleve
land, a graduate of the Michigan State
University .it Ann Arbor, who has now
assumed Its management and will act as
physician In chief. Dr. Cleveland has
had ten years exjwrience in the world
famed methods of treatment employed
in the Hattle Creek Sinltarlum of
Battle Creek, AMchlgan, hiving
spent a number of years in successful
practise In that Institution itself. She Is
a lady of culture and refinement and will
be found congenial to all, who meet her.
We request a continuance of our former
latronage and very respectfully solicit of
rlends and strangers the onnortunltv to
give them the benefit of what we believe
to be the most rational and effectual
treatment to be found in medical practice
Dr. Garvin will act in all cases where
the services of a gentlemen physician are
Thursday, May I lth,
TESTIMONIAL TO THE
Who will appear In
Seats on sale at Wall, Nichols Co.'s.
0. & 0. 8. S. GAELIC
Notice is hereby given that the
O. & O. S. S. 'Gaelic" to have
sailed from this port for San Fran
cisco on the 6th Inst., will leave
Honolulu on c-r about the 13th inst.
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
121 3-1 w Agents.
Repairs on the Eabulni track are
in progrosB. Workmen ore pot
ting tlio tracK m sunpn for tho 4th
01 tiuiy races, uoou races are
For additional Shipping News see seventh page.
Diamond Head SlRtinl Station, May
8. 1 p m Weather lmzy, wlml fresh
Weather Bureau. Punahou. Mav 8
Tempernture Morning minimum,
12; Midday mnxlmum, 81.
(Barometer corrected for gravity ,6 )
riaromcter, 0 a m, .10.03. Falling
Rainfall, do, 0.03.
Humidity at 0 a m 01 percent.
Dew roint ua i.
Satunlay, May 0.
Stmr Nocnti, IV-deiBen, from Ku
ktlilmele; 4104 bags sugar to F A
Schaefer fe Co.
Stmr Mokolll, Dtulolt, from Molo
kni nnil Mnul.
Btmr Klnau, Freeman, from Maui
anil Hawaii; 234 bags potatoes, 60 basts
corn, 58 hags collt'o 60 bdls hides, 16(1
lid sheep, 25 htl rattle, 22 lit! hogs, 2
corn, 176 sundries.
Sunday, May 7.
Stmr Clniitllnc, Cameron, from
Maul; 2800 bugs sugar, 137 potatoes,
320 bugs corn, 41 hides, 40 hogs, 07
Stmr Kcauhoti, Moslicr, from Ma
kaweli: 3850 sx sugnr to Alexander &
Stmr Kntial. Bruhn. from Lnhalnn:
7105 ax Hiigar to H JJnckfelil & Co.
Aioutiay, Aiay n.
Am chr Golden Shore. KiHimissen,
from Newcastle, N S W;1153 tons coal
Am schr Mary E Foster, Thompson,
from Sun Francfsco; 1010 tons gen
mtlso to T H Davles & Co, 10 horHos, 2
mules, 2 cows ami lu doen clilcKens.
Am hkta W H Dlmontl. Nllson.
from San Francisco; 700 Ions gen mdso
to w U irwm &, (Jo, una 20 mi Horses.
Monday, rny 8.
Stmr James Makee, Tullett, for
Knpaa nt 4 p m.
Stmr Mlkahaln, Thompson, for Nn
wlllwlll, Haimmaulu, Kolon, Eloelo
nn' Hannpepc at 5 p in.
Stmr ijcnua, jjcnnctt, ror Knuna
kakai, Kalmlrpalaoi, Lahalna, Olo
wnlu and ICIliel at 6 p in.
Stmr Mokolll, for Kamalo, Pukoo,
Hulawa, Wallau, Polekunu, Hounola
and Kulaupapa 5 pm.
VESSELS LEAVING TOMORIIOW.
Stmr Noeau. Pedersen. for Kukul-
liaolo and Honokua nt 0 p m.
Stmr W Q Hall, Hagiuntl, for La
halna, Maalaca, Kona and ICau at 10
Stmr Klnau. Freeman, for Maul
and Hnwall ports at 12 p in.
Stmr Claudluc, Cameron, for Maul
ports at 6 p m.
Transport unio, lioggs, ror jNianna.
Transport Senator. Patterson, for
S S Garonne, Conrndl, for Seattle.
From San Frnccisco, per bktn
W H Dimond, May 8 John
DompHoy, H A Kostcr and F
Acclilent on Ktimn WhniT.
There was quito an accident on
tho Kin nu wharf early Bunday.
morning just after the arrival of
the Bleimorof that name. Captain,
Clark,wharf superinloudout for tho
Wilder steamship Co and Tom
Whito of tho Poiple'u Express Co
went down on tho wharf to moot
tho eteamer. Tho opening which
contains water uobo was not cov
ered and as it was very dark, the
two men did not see it They both
fell io, Captain Clark hartinc his
arm badly and Tom Wbito laming
his ripht leg. It goes without
eayinu that these dungerouB places
should bo closed at night time, at
lra8t. It is fortunate that tho ac
cident did not tarn out worso than
Commodore liicklry Celebratva.
Commodore Beckloy of tbo
Wilder Steamship Company wae
"at borne" to bis friends aboard
the Kiuau this forenoon, tho occa
sion being tbo celebration of hie
daughter Juanita's fourteenth
birthday. Tho commodore enter
tained the many friends who call
ed in a characteristically dolicht-
ful manner. The employers of
tho Kinau and othors in the em
ploy of the Wilder Steamship
Company authored at tbo table
aboard ship at luncb tlmo and tho
health of Commodore iieckloy
and bis daughter Juamta was
drunk by all, after Captain Free
man bad made a short ann appro
Commodore Bookloy celebrated
bis own birthday Thursday even
ing at tho botol in Hilo, A Quo
dinner was given to a number of
friends and tho band gave a con
cert on the grounds.
California! to Play Yale.
New Haven, (Oouu ) April 25.
Manager Rockefeller ol tho Yulo
University football elevon tonight
announced the university football
ectiedulo for next fall. Lour teams
will meet tho university for tbo
first time. They are tho TJniver
eity of Wisconsin, All-Oalifoiniae,
Hales College, Maine, and tho
Pennsylvania State College.
Throe other rivals wero dropped
Tho Carislo Indians, the Brown
University and tho Chicago Ath
Captain Thompson of tho Mary
E Foster is accompanied by bis
wile and child on tbiB trip.
Will be received at the office of the
Minister of the Interior until Tuesday,
May oth, 1899, at 12 o'clock noon, for
furnishing to the Road Supervlser of Ho
nolulu the following Supplies In quantities
as required from time to time for the Bu
reau of Koads and Bridges Honolulu, dur
ing the term of six months, from May
SCHEDULE OF ARTICLES.
Required by the Bureau of Honolulu
Roads for the term of six (6) months,
commencing May nth, 1899.
Red Bricks, per M.
Portland cement, per bbl (of 400 lbs).
California lime, per bbl.
Blacksmith's best Cumberland. (2240
Departure Bay 2240 lbs.
HARNESS LEATHER AND FINDINGS.
No. 1 Harness leather, per lb.
Lace leather, per foot.
Collar pads, per dozen pairs (best qua
lity). Cart saddles, each.
Hame, per dozen pairs.
Horse collar, B. T. or C. C. (each).
Horse blankets, No. 1. per dozen pairs.
Neats' foot oil, per gallon.
Frazer's axle grease, per dozen (6 case
IRON AND STEEL.
Bar Steel, per lb.
Bar Iron, per lb.
Norway Iron, per lb.
Northwest lumber, rough per M feet.
Northwest timber, per M feet.
Northwest battens, per M feet.
Redwood posts, each (7 feet).
Cut nails, per keg, Iron 8J, lod, I2d,
2od,.3od, 4od, Cod.
Wire nails, per keg, 6d, 8d, iod.
Galvanized nails, per keg, 8d, iod, I2d,
2od, 3od, 4od, 6od.
Spikes galvanized, per keg, 4In, 5-In,
LUBRICATING AND MACHINE OIL.
(per gallon, bbl. lots).
Cylinder oil "600 W."
Lard oil, No. 1.
Mineral castor oil.
POWDER AND FUSE.
Black blasting per 25-lb drum, 25 drum
Giant No. 1, s-lb cae (5 case lots).
Giant No. 2, 50Mb case (5 case lots).
Giant powder caps, per doz boxes.
Fuse double tape, per 1000 feet.
TOOLS AND HARDWARE.
Shovels Ames' scoop, No. 3 per dozen.
Shovels " L. H. per dozen.
Shovels " D. per dozen.
Handles for same "Scoop" per doz, "L.
H." per doz, "D" per doz.
Picks, "Hunts" per dozen.
Picks, "Iron City" per dozen.
Handles for same "Hunts" per doz,
"Iron City" per doz.
Mattocks, "Iron City" per dozen.
Handles for same per dozen.
Ax Handles per dozen.
Planters' hoes, per dozen.
Handles for same per dozen.
Hammers, sledge per lb.
Hammers, stone per lb.
Handles for same "Sledge" per doz,
"Stone" per dozen.
Stone picks, per dozen.
Files flat basted, per dozen, win, i4-ln,
Dandy brashes, best quality per dozen.
Crowbirs, per lb.
Brooms, push; I4-In glued back and etc.
Copper rivets, per lb.
Wheel-barrows, Iron tray, each.
Wheel-barrows, wooden tray Iron wheel,
Carriage bolts, per cent off (price list
Machine Bolts do do.
Lanterns, DIetz's tubular No. o per
Globes for same red, per dozen.
Dynamo waste, per lb.
Coal tar per bbl.
Manila rope, per lb.
Sheet rubber packing per lb.
Kerosene oil, 10 case lots (Brand) per
HAY AND GRAIN.
New Zealand Oat per lb.
California Wheat hay (large bales) per
No. 1 rolled barley, per lb.
No. i surprise oats, per lb.
Wheat bran per lb.
Oat Hay per lb.
Samples of grain to accompany each bid.
Bids must be In accordance with the
above schedule and must be endorsed "Ten
ders of Supplies, Honolulu Roads," and
all supplies must be delivered at the point
required within one mile of the Post Of-
fice, free of charge and are subject to the
Road .Supervisor's approval.
Bonds will be required In such reasona
ble sum as may be named by the Minister,
for the furnishing In accordance with the
tender of such Items in the schedule as
may be approved by the Minister, and
notified to the bidder but tiie Minister of
the Interior does not bind himself to accept
the lowest or any bid.
S. M. DAMON,
Minister of the Interior adinterlm.
Interior Office, May 5, 1899.
Sale of Lcnsc of Government Lot
No. 44, Esnltinndc, Hono
On Monday, June 5, 1899, at 12 o'clock
noon, at the front entrance of the Execu
tive Building, will be sold at Public Auc
tion the lease of Government Lot No. 44,
Esplanade, Honolulu, Oahu.
Term 30 Years.
Upset Rental $400 per Annum, pay
able quarterly in Advance.
The sale Is upon the conditions pro
vided for in Sections 2 and 4 of Act 7. of
the Laws of 1896, viz:
Section 2. Every such lease shall con
tain a covenant on the part of the lessee
that he shall during the first four years
of the term of the lease, caose to be erected
upon the leased property a fire proof build
ing of brick, stone or metal, In a work
manlike manner, satisfactory to the Min
ister at not less than a stated cost, and
shall keep the sime suitably Insured at
not less than two-thirds of its value, for
the benefit of the lessor and shall keep
such building In good repair durngthe
remainder of the term of the lease, reason
able use and wear thereof only excepted,
and In case of damage or destruction of
such building by fire shall make good
such loss or damage by the necessary re
pairs or reconstruction, or else surrendct
the Insurance to the lessor.
Section 4. Every such lease shall also
contain a covenant on the part of the lessor
that upon the request In writing of the
les:ee or his representatives, before the
expiration of the term thereof, the prem
ises, with the improvements, shall, If all
the conditions to be performed by the
lessee have been satisfactorily performed,
be put up at auction for a lease for a term
of not over twenty years, unless said
premises shall be required for public uses,
of which the lessee shall receive at least
one year's notice, Such auction sale shall
be held not more than sis months nor less
than one month before the expiration of
The cost of building to be erected, In
accordance with Section 2, as above, to
cost not less than $5000.
The material to be used for the erection
of said building to be of brick or stone.
Map of this lot can be seen at the Inte
rior Department, Honolulu, Oahu.
S. M. DAMON,
Minister of the Interior Ad Interim.
Interior Office, May 4, 1899.
it 33 Queen Street
On Alakea Street.
Property known as the Dexter premises,
on Richards street, adjoining the residence
of S. C. Allen. Lot has a frontage of 70,4
feet on Richards street, lower boundary
110.5 feet and northern boundary of 156.5
Property faces the Executive building
grounds and Is a short distance from King
street. An excellent site for stores or ware
houses. For further particulars apply to
J AS. 3?. MORGAN,
33 Queen Street.
The undersigned offers for sale a valu
able parcel of Land on the southeast
comer of Beretanla and Miller Sts.
The property has a frontage of 54 feet on
Beretanla St. and 93 feet on Miller St.
Area 4790 sq. ft.
There are two cottages on the property
one of which Is now rented for $2$ per
For further particulars
JAS. F. MORGAN,
1 1 76 33 Queen St
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