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THE EVENING BULLETIN:
This tract of most desirable Suburban property
now being opened up uith residence sites, lies about three
wiles from this city, in a northeasterly direction.
It has an elevation of over 200 feet above sea level,
sommanding a magnificent view of the Ocean, Koko Head,
Manoa and Palolo Valleys, with the City of Honolulu, Ewa
md Oahu Plantations, and Pearl Lochs, at its feet. It is en
tirely removed from all planting of rice or taro, thereby obviat
ing the possibilities of ague and fever. Twelve broad streets
jive access to the property, and are crossed by six avenues.
Seven of these Boulevards are now opened up, the balance in
course of construction.
From its position it is entirely removed from the high
i mis and heavy showers of Aanoa and Nuuanu Valleys,
guaranteeing from its sott ocean breezes a salubrious climate.
A pumping plant, in the course of installation, settles
Jie question of water, which will be furnished to purchasers
f this property at Government rates ; this flow of water being
assured from two 12-inch wells which under measurement
ihow nearly 4,000,000 gallons in twenty-four hours.
These lots contain an area of 15,000 square feet each,
.ind are of two sizes 100 x 150 and 75 x 200.
TERMS : $400 per lot, $50 additional for corners, spot
ash. $500 per lot, $50 additional for corners $20 cash, and
310 monthly installments per lot.
MAP OF PROPERTY on view at our office ; and for
feirther particulars apply to
Ma. 18 )) x . corner KVflumoku anj k'lnau sts.,
reiiy lor bulUInc, next (o handsome rtsMcnces
'J. ifv ' v- tilth' fin KtslJrr.ee Lois facing on
Lunalllt, and Klnau streets. These te very
choice lots, on line proposed Rapid Transit,
Bo. ej ioox9",on DertUnU street, near Keeau
rnoku ktmt, running through lo Young street.
One of thl most desirable bulbing sites In the
lo. 40 1 1, x j?o, on Nobley street, Kallhl, with L on
side street. Good elevation, good vlcwj cheap;
mutt be seen to be appreciate..
SOR S ALL On Young St., near Kaplolanl, a choice
ft residence of i rxdrooms parlor and dining room,
Ttt.en and pantry, bath and patent W. C; good
sjurrblng. stable. outhouses, servants' quarters.
99 J Incoi e property) rents lor $40 monthly. Site
lot. T3 '
FOR SALE AT HILO.
JftQrfiOfTfc A BAKERY doing good business, store on the principle thorough
v- -"-',Lf fare, cheap rent, long lease, two story building, with good living
rooms above, everything complete as regard1! Bakery, Includlnu wagon and horses;
living rooms furnished. Owner dt sires to sell on account of III health, satisfactory
(fcrms can be arranged with a desirable part.
GEAR, LANSING 6- 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 calfon us when needing any of them.
0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. Fort and ins: Sts.
CMS S. DF.SKY PROPRIETOR
JfF. POST MANAGER
J. H. Du Belie
Miss Violet Dale,
Mr. Wm. Howard,
Miss Myrtle Graham,
Mr. Mrtt Keele,
Post and May Ashley,
Mr. U. J. Ordway,
Mr. Walter Pollard.
1 Night at to Arlington
General Admission. ic. and sc.
Last six rows for Children under is years, .
Reserved Chslrs, 50c.
Seats can be booked by ringing up Telephone 50.
DiSS'nR or taking sand from makai side
f Ala Moana Ruad(Beach Road) Is strictly
prohibited, any pttson or persons caught
tn the act, will be prosecuted to the full
vtent of the Law.
W. H. CUMMINGS,
Road Supervisor, Honolulu,
i 209-3 w
No. 45 IS x 105. on Deretanla street, near Frt street
Lane on side maintained ; desirable store lot,
ready for building.
No. 4? In Kaplolanl I'ark. icoxaoo; desirable
nome, coniatningowner s earn, out nouses. eic.j
fruit and ornamental trees. Either for sale or
still be leased to a drslrable tenant.
Nil 49 75x115, on Anapunl street. Cottage 7 rooms
and bath. Good view, high etevaOon: che.p
Nu. 50 75 x aoo Magailne, and Thurston and
Spencer. Good elevation; faces on three sts
No. 5193 x 1ST, corner Wilder Avenve and Kewalo.
Nice house of ? rooms and bath large grounds;
fruit and ornamental trees; barn and out
buildings. TO LIT A desirable Residence on Magailne st
(Punchbowl); seven rooms, bath and toilet; barn,
chicken house servants' quarters. Large gmunds,
with fruit and ornamental trees. Beautiful view of
t. Tarm at llamakua $ 6,00
S. A 4o-ronm Lodging House, is-year lease, s.ooe
I. its acres coffee land, Kona... ,oo
to. Lot 54 acre near town , 1,50
. House and Lot, Punahou i.o
14. Large Lot and good Paying Business,... ta.o
tj. Large Lot, Palama, nearly acre. ..,,.. 4,00.
16, Lot soxiao.wlth. dwelling tiouse.Quarry St e.50.
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Post Office Lnno, - Honolulu.
Anyone found trespassing on my Plan
tation at Hanalel, Kauai, after 8 o'clock
p. m. will be prosecuted according to law.
SEE TAI WAI.
ti87-2m Hanalel, Kauai.
VfVSSk'''''. ' ''' column trill InutliJ tllftenll
JHS stintfirit inurtion;io ttntt iteonJinitr
Hon; o emit aunk and o emit a monib. Ttli h Ibi
tinftll odvtttiiin? mr ofttrtd lit ptopll of Honolulu.
UANTCD By an American Lady (widow), em
" ploymentln store or office where ability and
Interest taken would be appreciated. Address "Ac
live," this office. ui6-it
CITIMTION WANTCD-A Competent Driver de
J sires a situation with a private family. Apply
"Bulletin office." nt6-iw
XANTnD Second-hand Mimeograph In good
vv order. Stale price to P. O. Box 505. Ho
ANTED By an American lady, thirty )ears of
vv age, position as housekeeper; reference. Ad
UANTED joo Men to get shaved for 15c. (white
barbers). II. JEFFS, 610H Tort street, opp.
Club Stables. ijoo-tl
nOI SALE BOY'S CRESCENT WHEEL. In
good condition. Address 1, a, 3, Bulletin office.
COR SALE-A NEW BRAKE.
r o. 11. nnniiEY.
COR SALE A Ladv's Bicycle for sale. Q,
ULKKUY, Lmma streeti 1411
QUIET HORSE ANDABUGGY. TOR SALE,
r reasonable, sppiy r. iiuiienn ouice. 1109-11
OPPORTUNITY FOR DAIRYMENI-lsland-bred
v dairy stock, bred to the thoroughbred sire of the
W, G, Irwin dairy. For further particulars inquire of
C. W Micfarlane. iui-tf
PR SALE-One SHIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
order. Apply to II. G. Blart. Tort St. noi-lf
A TWO-MANUAL and Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or residence. Bergstrom
Music Co.. Tort street. 1067
BEST tj cent meal In town. Try It and be con
vinced. Llnd's Excelsior Restaurant. 1041
PEARL CITY BOOM will be the next. U?S. Army
n1 rlM nffi -- tnual Ko li-n tm ! hit!
Two Fine Lots, command Ins a sptenJM UnJ an4 sea
view, ner th reservoir, will besot J cheap, AJJrrss,
fi.-.t fit.. li. .ilai sm it
IMII V.HJ1 UU MCI III VUIIV II9)II
UOAKD AND ROOMS.
CURNISHEI) ROOMS-Wlthor without board. In
a private family. Punchbowl sheet, five doors
above Deretanla street
NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM, with or
without board. Best locality, terms moderate.
St J Beretanla street, next City Feed Store, laoo-im
PR RENT A de'lrable TURNISHED COTTAGE
of ronms and bath: servants' quarters: stable
and chicken houe. Apply to J. II. CUMMINCS. 40)
Mahlkl street, above Wilder Avenue. mi-iw
FOR RENT The store on Qun street lately oc
cupied by Messrs McChesney& Sons, For par
ticulars Inquire of the undersigned,
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
May , 1849. mo-tf
I OST A Man's Silver Watch, between the Boat
- laming, near Queen street, and the Oceanic
wharf, A suitable reward Is offered for return of
same lo this office. mi-tf
1 OST-A pair of OPERA GLASSES. snmehee
- between the Opera House, hotel, and Pensacola
street. Receive reward on returning to WILDER
The Annual Meeting of the Hawaiian
Jockey Club will be hold on Wednesday
Evering, May loth, 1899, at 8 o'clock,
at the Pacific Club.
J. S. WALKER,
Kona Sugar Co., Limited.
A meeting of the stockholders of the
Kona Suear Co.. Limited, will be held at
the oflico of M. W. McChesney & Sons,
on Wednesday, May 17th, 1899, nt 11
o'clock a. m.
F. W. McCHESNEY,
Honolulu, May 6, 1899. 1216-31.
OHItf SING 00,
100 West King Stroot
Contractors 11M Builders
Jobbing- promptly attended to; also all
kinds of Fiirnllura on hand. 12'0Um
0. & 0. li. 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 or about the 13th inst.
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
Thursday, May Ilth,
TESTIMONIAL TO THE
Who will appear In
Seats on sale at Wall, Nichols Co.'s.
Subscribers to tbe BUL
LETIN not receiving their pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying tbe busi
ness Office, Telephone 236.
For additional Shipping News see seventh paire,
Diamond Head SIriiuI Station, May
0. 1 pin- Weather cloudy, wind frcsli
Weather Bureau, Punahou, May 0
remperamro Morning minimum,
70j Midday maximum, 81.
(Barometer corrected for fcravlty- .06.)
Harometur, Oam, 30.01. Steady
Rainfall, do, 0.03.
Humidity at 0 a m 70 percent.
Dow Point CO F.
CV I cp
a.m. Ip. 111.
8, 3.0 2.SI0
0. 4.00 3.00
Wednesday.. ..10 4.30 3.30
Tliursday 11 5.15 4.10
Friday 12 5.51
Batunlay ..13. 0.3'J
Sunday 14 7.0S
0.C0 11.10 2.21
New moon an tho 0 h at 7:0 a. in.
Tim Standard tlmo whistle Bounds at
12h. 0m. Of. ( midnight), Greenwich
time, which Is lh. 30m. p. in. of Ha
waiian Btnnuarti nine.
Monday, May 8.
Am bk Andrew Welch, Drew, from
Sail FrancN 'o; cargo gen mdse to t
Urowcr & Co.
Tuesday, May 0.
Stmr Wftlaleale, Green, from itlluu
Tuesday, May 0.
Stmr Nooau, Pedersen, for Kukul
BtmrWG Hall, Hai,'lund, for La
lialna, Maalnca, Kona and Kau.
Stmr Kltmu, Freeman, for Maul
and Hawaii ports.
Stmr Clatiiiluc, Cameron, for Maul
porta at 6 p in.
Transport Ohio, Hoggs, for Manila,
at 4 p 111.
Transport Senator, Patterson, for
Manila at 4 p in.
S S Garonne, Conradl, for Scattlo at
5 p m.
For Maui and Hawaii ports, per
fltmr Kiunu, My 9 Miss Van
Dpprlin, Mi'bb E Van Doorlin, Ooo
Kluoel, Petor Mukia, Alex Mit
obeli, Dr F Livermorp, T H Gib
son, D S Liud'ny, O Knis?r, O R
CollinB, O M Lo lilond, F 13 Aue
ODg, t L Hu9ton, Onpt M E
Powell, Mrs Helen Ilowlnnd, Mrs
McCorrifiton, Mrs Rnbert UolliiiB,
B. M Martin ami wit"-1, O Conradl,
Mrs Annio Kuholnkahiui, Mim
Mary Ma by, A N Kepoikai, O D
Wells, F M Hatch, A J Sinper, M
Louieson and wifo, Thos Byan
and J Winlor.
1 m .
No Arreet Yrt.
Tbo police have mado no arrest
as yet in tho matter of the assault
on Rawlins at Wnikiki Sunday
nicbt. Itsoemstob, a uipslom
cbbo, as Iba driver his no very
definite idra a to tbe person who
struck li in. The voioa eayiog
"I've p t him" was plain enough
hut ii' E.ioo was seen. However,
Rawlius still insists that a soldier
did the deed.
Tbo polioi bavo a diffjrent tbo
ory today and when tbe matter i
carefully woigbod it would seem
that they aro on tbe right track.
It is beliovod by tbe officer who
bavo tbo matter in charge that
Rawlins was ntruok in tbe head
by sumo one oE the strikora who
had a grudge agiinst him on no
count of bid remaining faithful to
bis employes. There was no
doubt a number of them in the
gang or an noiomplico at least, for
the words "I've got bira" were
made to another p'irty who must
have been standing near by at the
Tbe police do not believe tho
soldiers did the deed. It these
men bad wauted to assault (ha
conductor they wonld hive allowed
tho driver to take his our to a more
lonely spot uuen as the part of tbo
Waikiki road outside of tbo bana
na patches whero eacapa would
uavo boon assured.
THE HAWAII HERALD.
Published in Hilo.
Is a pretty
good paper for
$2.50 per an
who use its col
SQTHousekeerers. we can fill-YSa
86ryour rooms; losers of proper--XBa
carty, we can find it; owners"
BSrof articles desiring to ex-a
BSrchange them, we can do it.-
CAPT. PHILIP H. LYDIG
"Wbon tbe late Spanish war
broke out Philip M. Lydig bad
jnst returned to bis home iu New
York Qity, from an extended resi
dence abroad. Bein tho son
of a distinguished BtnfT oOlcer who
had servod with marked gallantry
and ability in tbo Uuion Army
during tho oivil war, ho had a
comuioudablo desire to omnlato
his father's example, and thoio
foro proceoded to Washington and
after tbe usual preliminaries he
succeoded in securing a commis
sion as a Captain in Sabsiatenco
Department. This was not what
bo desired, us be wished to join a
fighting corps, but it was the best
be could do.
At that time it was thought that
the great battlo of the war would
luko place at Havana, and a
formidable corps of artillery was
boiug mobilized at Uhicamauga
Park, Gb., with a view to tho nu
ticipated fliego of the Cuban capi
tal. Ho therefore asked for and
received tho detail of Chief Com
missary of the Light Artillery
Bricade, and accompanied by bis
chief clerk, Mr. Nickorson, joined
that command early in Juno of
When tbo Santiago oirapaign
so unexpectedly closed tbo war
and banished all opportunity of a
siege of H ivann and ho was tou-
derod tho imp irtaot post ha has
since nlled hero, be accepted and
in August with his cht if olork aud
bis assistant, Mr. Estill, "be as
sumed tbo duties of this station
Those dutirs while never very
onerous bavo always boon import
ant; as aside from tho regular
gnrrison tuo u. o. irnuspnriB on
routo to and trom Manila have
mado and still mako their only
etop between Sin Francisco and
Manila, bore for tbo purpose of
replenishing their larders, etc
The Captain congratulates him
solf that no snob transport has
arrived in this port tbo Commis
sary of which has not been imme
diately informed where and how
bis wants, real or imaginary,
would bo promptly supplied, aud
since tho order granted a fuud for
tho purchase of delicacies for tbo
sick, no Rurceon iu ch'trce of tho
sick, bas gotten past this situation
without being lufnrmed that (Jap
tain Lydig would furninh him
with all needful funds for the
purpose, and that many of the
dolicacios could be bad at tbe do
pot uuder hid charge, oven to
oharaptiigne for fever stricken pa
tient. These duties, as well as others
not necessary to bo bore mention
ed, have beeu so well and stttii-
frtctoniy performed that tbo gov
ernment dosired to retain the cap
tain's services and be was notitit-d
that ho would boso retained. But as
bo is of independent means and
thero are plenty of oQioers who
woulti be glad to occupy the place,
ho has insisted upou the accep
tance of his resignation. His
wish has boon granted, with the
compliment of a two months'
leave of absence, and he will Ioavo
by tbe first outgoing Bteamer,
Colonel Rublen ("Tho Little
Giant of the Quartermasters De
partment") performing bis duties
pending tbe arrival of bis succes
sor. During his stay here duties of
the Subsistence Department have
heon nrnmnHv and I'Uvntivnlv dij-
patohed; and all from tbe highest
to tue lowfit wno nave uati oust
ness relation him, or his assist
ants, have always been treated
with that courteav which is the
distinguishing mark of tbe gentle
Deserters from the J. It. Tltoittna,
Tboro wero eigut deserters from
tbe J. B Thomas at the police
station this morning. Tuo were,
returned aboard this morning and
tho remainder this afternoon.
Two were oiugbt yesterday ou tbo
otbor side of tbe island. For some
reason or other the men do not
fancy tho ship and aro anxious to
get away. One of the boys on be
ing questioned by Harry Evaus
Ibis moruiug made tho statement
that tbe captaiu had promised to
allow them to go upon arrival in
port. Aa no such thing bad hap
pened, bo decided to jump the
ship and would do it again at the
very Brut chanoe. He said fnrlbor
that tbo ship was rotten and that
a man aloft stood tbe obanco of
falling to tbo deck at any moment
by something Kivinc away. Of
couiso this may all bo the talk of
sailors who bavo become discon
tented for different reasons. At
all events somo fnn iB look
ed for before the Thomas sails for
Eahnlui this afternoon.
VOLUNTEERS MAY BE NEEDED
New York, April 2C A Sun
speoial from Washington says:
On the result of the present cam
paign in tbo island of Luzon,
which bas as its objective point
the dofont of any ademption tho
part of tho insurgents to cscapo
into tbo mountains north of Ca
in m pit and San Feruandino, will
depend tbe . sottlement of tbo
advisability of tbe calling for tbo
85,000 volunteers authorized by
tbo Army reorganization act.
If Lawton's column should suo-
ceed in gotting betwibn tbo int-ur-
gonts aud mountainous country,
thero will bo every reason to ex
pect that tbo forces of Aguinsldo
will bo crushed. If this move
ment should fail' the Administra
tion will proceod immediately to
give sorious consideration to tak
ing advantage of tbe authority con
ferred by the act.
Tho matter bas already boen
discussed by tho President and
Ins advisers, but ofhcial optuion is
opposed to organizing a volunteer
army unless it is absolutely ne
cessary to do so. At yesterday's
Cabinet meeting the questiou was
talked over with referenco to Law
ton's movement, aud it was report
ed that tho President declared that
if the rebellion could not be
crushed in any oilier way bo
would sond all the regular troops
now in this country to tbe Philip
pines and organize a volunteer
forco sufficient to tako their
The presont is unquestionably
tho most critical poriod, in tbo
Luzon campaign and tho Admin
istration is awiitingwitji consider
able anxiety news of the opera
tions of Lnwton'H column
Should Lawton and MaoArthur
succeed in gotting Aguinaldo bo-
tweon their columns, tbo end of
tbo insurrection will be assured.
But should tho robel forces escapo
to tbe mountains, the Americans
will bavo a bard problem confront
Stewart, a private from tbo
troops in tho Ohio, ws arrested
laflt nicbt and locked up for inves
tigation. It bo-iub that he got on
a bit of a good time and then at
tempted to assault a Japineso
with a rock aud a knifo. Iu tbo
Police Court this morning tho
prosecution recommended that a
nolle pros, be outorcd and that tbo
man be allowed to return aboard
bis ship. No ono was hurt
and tbe soldier is about to leavo
-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
1 10.; feet and northern boundary oft;6.s
Property faces the Executive bulldlnir
grounds and Is a short distance from King
street. An excellent site for stores or ware
For further particulars apply to
,1 AS. 3?. MORGAN,
33 Queen Street.
The undersigned offers for sale a valu
able parcel of Land on the southeast
corner of Beretanla and Miller Sts.
The property has a frontage of 54 feet on
Beretanla St. and 93 feet on Miller St.
Area 4700 sq. ft.
There are two cottages on the property
one ef which Is now rented for $ 25 per
For further particulars
JAS. F. MORGAN,
1176 33 Queen St.
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