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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., MAY 10, 1809.
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, LANSING & CO.,
Real Estate and
tS5 Having a number of requests for Puknisiiei)
and TJxruitNisiiEi) Housks, wo wish to inform those
desirous of renting that listing thoir houses with us will
insure uu immediate applicant.
ON YOUNG STREET, NEAR KAPIOLANI,
A Choice residence of 3 Bed-rooms, Parlor and Dining Room,
Kitchen and Pantry, Bath and patent W. C; good plumbing,
Stable, Out-houses, and Servants' Quarters. Good income
properly; rents for $40 monthly. Size of lot, IS x 1 $ $.
UNIMPHOVBD. I IMPROVED.
No. 18 q5 x 200, comer Keeaumoku nnd
K'uau streets, ready for building,
ne.t to handsome residences now
No. 19 )o x 190, eight fine Residence Lots
facing on Lunalllo and Klnau streets.
1 hese are very choice lots, on line
proposed Rapid Transit. Easy
No. 25100 x 200, on Beretanla st near
Keeaumoku street, running through
to Young street. One of the most
desirable building sites In the city.
No. 40132 x 37o,on Nobleystreet.Kallhl,
with L on side street. Good eleva
tion, gcod view; cheap; must be
teen to be appreciated.
FOR SALE AT HILO.
IO?AfTfe A BAKERY doing good business, store on the principle thorough-V-w
fare, cheap rent, long lease, two story building, with good living
rooms above, everything complete as regards Bakery, including wagon and horses;
living rooms furnished. Owner desires to sell on account of ill htalth, satisfactory
terms can be arranged with a desirable party.
GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
Judd Building, Fort Street.
The market has been nearly bare on this item for some
weeks, but we have now received, per "Iroquois," a lot of
1-2, 3-4 and 1 Inch, which will go so quick that you better
call cat ly if you have any piping to do. By same vessel we
received a lot of Canal or R. R. barrows which also come to a
good market these days of new plantations, new roads &c.
The "Geo. W. Curtis" is due soon from N. Y. and then we
will be flooded with all sorts of Hardware as she will have the
largest shipment we have ever received from New York.
0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. Fort and DSIina Sts.
OIAS S DESKY ,..,.. ..PROPRIETOR
If, 'OST MANAGER
Entire Chugs of Program!
J. H,Du Bell,
Miss Violet Dale,
Mr. Wm. Howard,
Miss Myrtle Graham,
Mi. JYtort Keefe.
Post and May Ashley,
Mr. Walter Pollard.
The Laughable Farce,
An Editor's Troubles
The Photographic Gallery
l)y Alay Ashley anJ Jim Post.
Gmeial Admission. K.C. and vc.
last six rows for Children under n years, 10c.
fiesrrved Chairs, soc,
can be booked by rlnjloe up Telephone s.
BUILDING, FORT SUREET.
No. 47 In Kaplolanl Parle, 100 x 200 ; a
desirable home, containing owner's
barn, out houses, etc. : fruit and
ornamental trees. Either for sale or
will be leased to a desirable tenant.
No. 4975 x 125, on Anapunl street. Cot
tage 7 rooms and bath. Good view,
high elevation; cheap.
Nu. 5c 75 x 200, Magazine, and Thurston
and Spencer. Good elevation; faces
on three streets.
No. si 02 x i?7. corner Wilder Avenue
and Kewalo. Nice house of 7 rooms
and bath; large grounds; fruit and
ornamental trees; barn and out
buildings. TO LET A desirable residence on Mag
azine street (Punchbowl) ; seven
rooms, bath and toilet; barn,chUUen
house, servants' quarters. Large
grounds, with fruit and ornamental
trees. Beautiful view of harbor.
Thursday, May llth,
TESTIMONIAL TO THE
Who will appear In
Seats on sale at Wall, Nichols Co.'s.
OHIN SING GO,
100 Wost King Streot
GoBtiaclois aoi Biilta
Joblilnfr promptly attontled to; also all
kinds of Furnlturo on band. 1210-fIm
VJfj35a1. f Mi ciIm be inutltS at i fault
4 limfiril tnitrlicn; 10 i o4 ii(r.
km; jo fl j ' , ?o lull a monlb. 7 Hi It Ibt
ebeafitil mdvtrlUim tvtr offtrtd tbt ptoplt of Honolulu.
COR SALE CHEAP A UrRt new J Stove,
' wlih jo-gallon Hot Water Boiler anj attach
ment. Arply to L M. VLTLESLN, at the office of
Hawaiian Hardware Co ia-it
COR SALE -noVs' CRESCENT WHEEL. In
1 ,gooJ conJitlon. Address t, , j. Bulletin office.
SAI.P A NPUf
Q. II, UCRRnY.
COR SALE-A Udv'a Bicycle for sale.
r UERREV, Emma street.
rUIET HORSE AND A BUGGY. FOR SALE,
r rcasonaoie. Appiv K, uullet'n omce. ttnoMi
OPPORTUNITY FOR DAIRYMEN l-lsland-tred
dairy stock, bred f j the thoroughbred sire of the
W. O Irwin dairy. For further particulars Inquire of
C. W Macfailane. .ni-if
POR SALL'-One SHIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
1 order. Apply to H. O. Bliit. Tort St. lioylf
A TWO-MANUAL nd Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or residence. BergHrom
Music Co.. Fort street. too?
D EST as cent meat In town. Try II and be con
J vlnced. Llnd's Excelsior Restaurant. ion
DEARL CITY BOOM will be the neat. V. S. Army
and Navy officers must hava houses on the hill.
Two Tine Lots, commanding a splendid land and sea
view, nesr the reservoir, will be sold cheap. Address,
"Pearl City," Bulletin Office iigj-lf
WANTED By an American Lady (widow), em
ployment In store or office where ability and
Interest taken would be appreciated. Address "Ac-
(.' .1.1. aM 4...
SITUATION WANTED-A Competent Drher !
. sires a "Itua'lon with a private family. Arph
private family. Apply
Atlmoni-rilrh In frond
State price to P. O. Box 595. Ho-
UANTED By an American lady, thirty years of
vv atre. position as hnuwnr! rpformr. Ad
dress Airs. I'.. Bulletin office. m-w
XANTED poMentopetshated for 15c. tl
VV barbers) II. JfcFFS, 610H Fort street, 0
BOARD AND ROOMS.
pUKNISHED ROOMS With or without board. In
1 a private family. Punchbowl street, fivn doors
above Ueretanla street
NICELY rURNISHED FRONT ROOM, with or
without board. Best locality: terms moderate.
511 Beretanla street, next City Feed Store, tioo-tm
pOR RENT-A desirable FURNISHED COTTAGE
' of s rooms and batti: servants' quarters: stable
nnd chicken house. Arply to J. II. CUMMINCS, 401
Mahikl street, above Wilder Avenue. iait-iw
PR RENT The store on Queen street lately oc
cupied by Messrs McChesney&Sons, Tor par
ticulars Inquire of the underslimed.
ALLLN & ROBINSON.
May a. i&w. mo-tf
I OST A Man's Silver Watch, between the Boat
i lanJlnc, near Queen street, and the Oceanic
wharf. A sulttbie reward Is offered for return of
same to this office. ian-H
I OSl-Apilr of OPERA GLASSES, somewhere
- between the Opera House, hotel, and Pensacolt
street. Krcclve reward on retumlnc to WILDLR &
DIIHYHU8 MBN STILL VIOIITINO.
Turin, April 27. Tho advocates
and oppout nts of Drpyfus rovisiou
held rival niFotings in Paris thin
evening and fought afterward iu
tho ttfropts. Sevoral persons were
Tim Figaro's publication of the
evideuoo of Captain Cuicnpt Im-
ford the Court of Cnfisntion hfiB
thrown tho nnti-rovis on pary in
to constcrnfjtion. Tho Jiflauaod
nil tho anti-Drpyfns papers aro
boiling with indignation. Several
of thrtm euppro48 altogether tho
testimony of this officer, whoan
p'inoipal statoraont was that tht
vuilt of Droyfus could only be in
ferentially shown from tho secret
dopier. Tho Ealair denouncos
Captain Cuignet iu unmeaoured
It U rumored that a daughter of
ono of tho members of tho Cabi
net, (IpBirinc to put an ODd to the
HCindal, gave tbo Figaro gratis tho
reports ot luo evidence bofoie the
Court of Caasatlou.
The Figaro begins today the
evidence before tho united
chambers of the court. M. Palo
Ingup, one of tho permanent of
Gcialn of the Foreign Office, in tho
ooiireo of a loug explanation re
garding tho ciphor telegrams, ex
pressed the conviction that the
document continued tho secret
doHsier, purpjrliug to be a tote
gram from a foreign agent to bis
Government indicating tho rela
tions of Dreyfud with Germany,
Captnin Cuignet had cited as prov
ing guilt, wan a forgery.
IIOOLKY MfJBT PAY.
Sir Wllllnm Harriott Oblalm Judjr
inent Asr'Unal tlia Promoter,
New York, April '27. A cablo
to the Sun from London says: Sir
William T. Marriott, who was al
loged by Ernest T. Hooley, the
bankrupt sp-'cuhtor, to haxe ao
copted X10U0 to introduce him
(Hoolov) into tho Carlton Club,
Buod Hooloy'fl truatees in the
Court of tho Queen's Bonoh upon
a claim for commission iu obtain
ing for Hooley a concession 'to
manufacture Schneider guns in
England, which concession fell
through. Hooley denied the
claim, but tho Judge said it wn.i
a question of Marriott's word
against Hooley's, and tho jury
awarded Marriott X5000.
No shop-worn goods on the coun
ters of merchants who advertise in
For additional Shipping News see seventh page.
Diamond Head Hljrnal 8tatlon, Mav
10, 1 p m Weather cloudy, wind (rush
Weather Bureau, Puunltou. May 10
Temperature Mornlne inluliuum,
OS; Midday maximum, 81.
(Barometer corrected for gravity- .06 )
Barometer, 0 a in, 3U.07. Rising
Rainfall, do, 0.08.
Humidity at 0 a in 03 percent.
Dew Point 03 I
Tuesday, UTay 0.
Stmr Kllohana, Thoinpsnn, from
WuhiK-a; 4028 sx Migar to H Hackfold
Am schr Jeislo Minor, Whitney,
A(7 U1IJD I1UIU Jlil t;iii.
Wednesday, May 10.
Stmr James Makco, Tullctt, from
Kapaa; 2255 sx sugar to H Hackfcld &
Tuesday, May 0.
Stmr Kcaulioti, Moslicr, for liana
mauiu. Am ship J B Thomas, Lermond, for
Kahulul to load stiKar.
Am hclir U 8 Hidmos, Johnson, for
Port Townscutl In ballast.
Stmr J A Cummins, Scarlc, for
Br iik Addorlv. Lliitlfon. Putrtt
Soliiid In ballast.
Stmr Iwa, Kaufmann, for Oahu
Wednesday, May 10.
Am schr Transit, Jorgensun, for
Htmi Kllohana, Thompson, forKlo
ele, Hanapppu. Walmca, Kekalm ami
Nllhau at .1 p in.
Stmr Walalealc, Green, for Malta
well at 4 p m.
StmrKaual, Bruhn,for Lahalua and
Ktianapall at 4 p m.
Stmr James Makco, Tullctt, for
Kupaa at 4 pm.
Purser Fornback will go back
on the Waialealo this afternoon.
The Robert Lewers will Bail for
San Francisco on or about Friday
The Miowera, although duo to
day, has not yet put in appear
ance. Kauai steamers report very
rough weather iu the obnunol. It
Ha very bad last night.
The Trausit sailed for Sin
Fraucieco this foronoon with a
cargo of a thousand tons of sugar.
Tho Kilohaua sailing for Kauai
ports this afternoon at 3 o'clock
wilt take iu Niibau on this trip.
Tho Jamrs Makee catno in from
Kapaa this morniug. She reports
rough wither at Kipia as she
Tho Mikabala will bo in from
Kauai porta tomorrow morning
Slio will sail agin in tho nftor
uoon, returning to port on Suu-
From Kapia, par stmr James
Makee, May 10-O F Urotte.
ALL AMERICA EXPOSITION.
Continued from Pago 1.
an acre to raise cattle on, tho re
sult would be worth the effott and
Mr. Sp-ncor snggestod that the
comiaittie should take the Gnan
ciul question into consideration.
Ou motion of Mr. Dilliacrbnm
it was decided tohaveucommittee,
and tho president, overcoming all
excusos, appoiutol R W Sninple,
i V Dilliuguum. W V Hall, E O
Macfarlane uujl J J Egan.
Mr Suiuglo, an Hawaiian Com
missioner to the Trans-Miisiseippi
Exposition hold at Omaha last
year, addroased tho meeting. Ho
said that the exhibit last year whs
very inadequate. Then tho wir
had come ou, and annexation was
still not accomplished wheu the
Hixpo nion opened. Wlulo at
Omaha hu had received over two
thousand letters, many from men
having money to briag with them
to tho islands.
Coffee was Berved to visitors
which hnd boon supplied by H.
Hackfold & Co. Ho was sure that
if tbo peoplo here had nuy g ori
proposition to offer they would
have tho opportunity at tho com
ing exposition. Tbo results in
tourist travel nlone would far out
weigh the espouse iucurred.
As to tlm money question, the
Government, wuilo recognizing
tho merits of the proposition, had
no funds available.
Mr. Mrfcfnrlane, in trying to
bog off the committee, said he
thought its members should be
thoroughly representative of the
industry nnd commerce of the
country. If there was any sin
eerily in tho proposition of intro
duoinu' white labor, tho leadinu
sucnr men should be on tho com
Mr. Shinglo'a romark that, with
adequate raeaua furnished, the
success nil deponded on the Com
missioner from the Hawaiian Isl
auds, soemed to meet with general
Tennis Tournament Drains Today,
The tennis tournament for this
year begins at 4:15 o'clock toduy
on the grounds of tho Pacific Ten
uis Club. The mixed doubles will
bo cotton off tbo list first Mine
Juliette King and Sam Woods,
will bo pittnd against Misa May
Hoffman and O H W Norton; Miss
Hester Lemon and Albert Water
honso against Mrs Gunn and D
Howard Hitchcock -will mako up
anothor set. The winners in tbo
first contest will nlav Minn Hnrf
and Chas Elston nnd tbo winners
of tho second. Minn Dillinolmm
and Georco Fuller, tomorrow. The
piay will Do very exciting as all
tho players are in tho best of
The Bulletin, 76c per month.
David Dayton has moved from 207 to
223, Merchant street. I2I7-2W
f 10 reward will be paid for tho recovery
of the body of the sailor lost overboard
from the U. S. transport Senator May 9th.
The certificates of stock In the OLA A
SUGAR CO., LTD., will be ready for
delivery at the office of B. F. Dillingham
on Monday next, May 15th. Subscribers
will receive one-third of the amount
applied for. The balance of the cash
deposited will be refunded on delivery of
stock, less the amount required for revenue
stamps. All persons holding temporary
receipts are requested to call on the above
named date, or as soon thereafter as possi
ble, and receive their certificates of stock.
OLA A SUGAR CO., LTD.,
ELMER E. PAXTON, Treasurer.
Honolulu, Alay 10, 1899.
Whereas, on Sunday night, May 7, 1899,
on the Walklkl Road, near Wright's
Villa, Antone Ratine, tram car driver,
whilst driving a tram car belonging to the
Hawaiian Tramways Co., was violently
assaulted and grievously Injured by some
person or persons unknown; now, therefore,
the above reward will be paid by the
undersigned to any person or persons who
will give such evidence qr Information as
shall lead to the arrest and conviction of
the person or persons concerned In the
matter. Information may be given to the
Marshal or to W. H. Pain, manager of the
Hawaiian Tramways Co. I2i7iw
I desire to call the attention of the pub
lic to the great Improvements that are
practically completed In the INDEPEN
DENCE PARK PAVILION. Some of
these Include: Increasing the VENTILA
TION to three times Its former capacity,
and three times the former number of
ELECTRIC LIGHTS. The verandah
space has been doubled, the dressing room
enlarged and a large and first class range
placed In the cook room. The building
lias been thoroughly cleaned and painted
Inside and out, -besides many other
changes for the better.
J. N. WRIGHT.
Honolulu, May 10, 1899, I2i7-3t
HAWAIIAN RELIEF SOCIETY,
AMERICAN RELIEF SOCIETY,
BRITISH BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.
Oahu College Grounds
MAY 15th, 8 o'clock.
AND COMPANY, IN
"AS YOU LIKE IT."
Tickets. One Dollar.
Now on sale at all leading stores.
Reserved seats at Wall, Nichols Co.'s,
Subscribers to the BUL
LETIN not receiving their pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying the Just
ness Office, Telephone 236.
Nenl.ncnil for Larceny, '.
Job Hanloy, a vory younr mao,
was this morning sont to j it for
a year ou the charge of larceny in
the second degroe. Ho has been
up on the same ohargo soveral
timos daring the past two years 4
nnd tbo Court has heretofore linen
disposed to dol leniontly with
mm. uowover, tuo proseoutioa
1Mb becarao tirod of this and re
commended a sentence todny.
5 ' r
- AUCTIONEER AND
-33 Queen Street
On Alakea Street.
PrnnArtv Immun ne tin. nvtmtamU.
on Klfh.iriK strnf. niltnlnlnrr f h rliUn-
of S. C. Allen. Lot has a frontage of 70.4
feet on Richards street, lower boundary
uo.51eer.anu nonnern uounuary or 150.5
Property faces the Executive building
grounds and Is a short distance from King T
Mice 1. ftn exceneni sue lor stores or ware A
For further particulars apply to
JAS. F. 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 f 25 per
For further particulars
JAS. F. MORGAN,
1176 33 Queen St.
We have just received per the "Andrew
Welch" a large consignment of Standing
Desks, High Stools and Book-keepers
Office Furniture. Also have on hand a
few Roller-top Desks, Revolving Chairs,
Bookcases, Letter Files, etc., from our last
shipment, which must be dosed out to
make room for the still larger consign
ment now en route. Call at our wart? '
rooms on Queen street and Inspect our
Estimates given on Bank and Office '
Fixtures, Counters, Partitions, Grille
Work, etc., and Fittings complete.
toj Waterloo k iu
Office, Queen Street.
The British-American S,S. Line
Freight contracted through from any
point In th: United States to the Hawai
ian Islinds In connection with theGreit
Northern, Northern Pacific or Canadian
Pacific Railways. Monthly service from
Seattle and Tacoma with our New A-l,
6000 ton steamer, the
with latent Improvements for a large
freight cirrylng capacity. Strong traffic
arrangements with the three Northern
Trans-Continental lines which enable us.
to give the consignees the benefit of rock'
bottom rates on their Eastern shipments.
For further Information, apply to
HENRY WATERHOUSE & CO.,
Queen Street. General Agents.
Telephone 3:3. t
MRS. GUNN'S DANCING CLASS
will meet Friday evening at 3. Solomon' s
Quintette Club will play.
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