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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., if AY 11, 1899. .$r
Real Estate and
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VjCSr Having a minibor of requests for PuitNisuiii)
and UxKUitxistiHD H0U8K8, wo wish to inform those
domms of renting that listing their houses with us will
WMiro an lnuncuiate applicant.
ON YOUNG STREET, NEAR KAPIOLANI,
A Choice residence of Bed-rooms, Parlor and Dining Room,
K'fchen and Pantry, Bath and patent W. C; good plutnbing,
S-able, Out-houses, and Servants' Quarters. Good income
j )perly; rents for 540 monthly. Size of lot, 7$ x 1 $5.
UNI1MPROVI1D. I IMPROVED.
No. 18 Q5 2oo, corner Keeamnoku and
Kinati streets, ready for building,
next to handsome residences now
No. 1000 x 190, eight fine Residence Lots
facing on Lunaillo and Klnau streets.
Tliese 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. 40 M2 x 370iOnNobleyitreet,Kalihl,
with L on side street. Good eleva
tion, good view; cheap; must be
Seen to be appreciated.
$srfeA A BAKERY doing good business, store on the principle thorough
jJjj 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 health, satisfactory
terms can be arranged with a desirable party.
GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
Judd Building, Fort Street.
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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 eat 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.
I. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd
Cor. Fort and Kino: Sts.
?IAS. S. DESKY PRJfR15J?S
F. POST MANAGER
The Laughable Farce,
An Editor's Troubles
The Photographic Gallery
By May Ashley and Jim Post.
And j nil 1 the old J Favorites.
Will app;ar, In conjunction with the
Mr. Frank Barton,
Baritone and Comtdhn
Qeneril Admission, jsc. and 30c.
last six ro fcr Children under n yeart, 10c
Reserved Chairs, yc. . .
Seals can be booked by ringing up Telephone 540.
David Dayton has moved from 207 to
, Merchant street. wi7-2w
LANSING & CO.,
BUILDING, FORT SUREET.
No. 47 In Kaplolanl Park, 100 x 200 j 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. 4075 x 125, on AnapunI street. Cot
tage 7 rooms and bath. Good view,
high elevation; cheap.
No. 5c 75 x 200, Magazine, and Thurston
and Spencer. Good elevation; faces
on three streets.
No. 51 02 x 157, comer Wilder Avenue
and Kewalo. Nice house of 7 rooms
and bath; large grounds; fruit and
ornamental trees; bam and out
buildings. TO LET A desirable residence on Mag
azine street (Punchbowl) ; seven
rooms, bath and toilet; bam, chicken
house, servants' quarters. Large
grounds, with fruit and ornamental
trees. Beautiful view of harbor.
TESTIMONIAL TO THE
Janet Waldorf !
Who will appear In
Seats on sale at Wall, Nichols Co.'s.
Digging or taking sand from makal side
of Ala Moana Road(Beach Road) Is strictly
prohibited, any person or persons caught
In the act, will be prosecuted to the full
extent of the Law.
W. H. CUMMINGS,
Road Supervisor, Honolulu.
r3k,', ' ' column uitlbt inutltd at if unit
T3 a lintfirit insertion', to tenti tecond inttu
lien; o unit a witM ait J o ni a month. 7 Ml it tht
ttiaftlt tdnrliiiitf ix tt offtrtd tbiptofiU 0 Honolulu.
CTRAYED-A RED I'OLLY COW, branded C. K.
J Suitable reward Mil be paid to parly returning
same to J. M. VIVAS. ii8-tr
I OST A Man's Silver Watch, between the Doat
- landing, near Queen street, and the Oceanic
wharf. A suitable reward Is offered for return of
same to this office. utt-tf
I OST A pair of OPERA CLASSES, somewhere
- between the Opera limit. hnM. and lenirolt
lreet. Receive reward on returning to WILDER &
RR SALE CHEAP A large new Jeel Stoe.
with lo-eatlnn Hnr Wntpr Itnilpr nj attach
ments Apply to L. M. VETLESLN. at the office of
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
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COR SALE HOY'S CRESCENT WHEEL. In
good condition. Address 1, J, J, Ilullelln office,
0UIF.T HORSE AND A IiUOGY. TOR SALE.
reasonable. Apply K, Bullet n office, noo-H
OPPORTUNITY IOR DAIRYMEN l-lsland-bred
-' dairy slock, bred to the thorouchbred sire of the
W, O. Irwin dairy. For further particulars Inquire of
C.W Macfarlane. n-!f
PR SALE-Ono SHI P.MAN ENGINE In perfect
order. Apply to H, 0. Blart. Fort St. nofll
A TWO-MANUALand Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or residence. Dergklrom
Music Co.. Fort street. 1067
EST j cent meal In town. Try It and be con
vinces una excelsior Kestaurant. 1041
DEARL CITY BOOM will be the neat. I. S. Army
and Navy officers must have houses on the hill.
Two Fine Lots, commanding a splendid land and sea
view, near the reservoir, will be sold cheap. Address,
"Pearl City," Bulletin Office iios-lf
CITUATION WANTED-A Competent Drlter de--
-.Ires a 'lluailon with a private family Apply
WANTED Second-hand Mimeograph In rood
order. Stale nrlee lo P. O. tin . Ho
XlANTED By an American lady, thirty years of
" age, pos'llon a-, housekeeper; reference. Ad
dress Mrs. r.. Bulletin office. iars-iw
X ANTED 500 Men to ret shaved for 15c. (hlte
V barbers). II. JfcH-S. ioU Prut ilrrrt. nrn.
Club Stables. iaoo-lf
IJOARO AND ROOMS.
NICELY rilRNlSHED FRONT ROOM, with or
without board. Best locality; terms moderate.
51) Beretanla street, next City Teed Store. laoo-im
FOR RENT The store on Queen street lately oc
cupied by .Messrs McChesncy&Sons. For par
ticulars Inquire of the undersigned.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
May , iSy;. mo-lf
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.
The certificates of stock In the OLAA
SUGAR CO., LTD., will be ready for
delivery at the office of B. F. Dillingham
on Monday next, May 1 5th. 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.
OLAA SUGAR CO., LTD.,
ELMER E. PAXTON, Treasurer.
Honolulu, May 10, 1809.
Anyone found trespassing on my Plan
tation at Hanalel, Kauai, after 8 o'clock
p. m. will be prosecuted according to law.
SEE 1A1 WAI.
1 1871m Hanalel. Kauai.
HOPES THIS WAR IS OVBR.
Wn8hineloti, May 2. Presi
(loot MoKinlay talked with his
official callers beforo the Cabinet
meotirjg today about tho prospeots
of penco in tho Philippines. It
IB believed sorao advices from
General Otis havo been recoivod,
enlarging upon the propositions
which wero submitted by tho
Filipino delegation, whioh have
not yot been made publio and
which givo tho officials additional
information concerning tho situa
tion. Tho President expressed
the opinion that tho end was in
sight and said ho believed that
the FilipinoB will not hold out
much longor. Ho regards the con
ditions as moat hopeful. Tho fact
that negotiations for penco arc in
progress has stopped nil talk of
calling out tho 35,000 additional
For additional Shipping News see seventh page,
Diamond Head Signal Station, Mny
Hi 1pm Weather linzy, wind light
Weather Bureau, Punahou, May 11
Temperature ,norniiitf minimum,
70; Midday maximum, 82.
(Daromcter corrected for gravity- .06.)
Barometer, 0 a m, 30.03. Steady
Rainfall, do, 0.00.
Humidity at 9 a m C8 percent.
Dow Point 02 P.
Thursday, May 11
OSS Australia, Houtllotte, fron
San Prancisco; nass and mdso to W Q
Irwin & Co.
C A 8 S Mlowera, Hemming', from
the Colonies; pass and mdse to T II
Da vies & Co.
Am bktne Kllkitat Cutler, from
Port Gamble via Knuuakaknl, Molo
kal; lumber to Wilder & Co.
Stmr Mlknhala, Thompson, from
Kaunl ports; C1U1 sx augur.
Thursday, Moy 11
Stmr Mikahala, Thompson, for Nll
hnti. CASS Mlowera, Hemming, for
Vancouver nml Victoria at 0 p in.
Stmr Helcnc, Mawloualil, for Ku
kalau, 1'itaiiluui, Latipahoohoe, Papa
lou and Ookala at 5 n in.
From Kauai ports, per Btrar Mi
kahala, May 11 H Eruegor, A G
Lucas, Cun Chock and 7 on deck
From the Colouies, per CASS
Miowora, May 11 Misses Gray
(2), Miss Payne, Miss Daft, Mrs
Gray, Mrs Daft, Mr Grny, Mr
Gilbert, Mr Daft and 74 through
Tho Mikahalu, roports 72,872
bags of sugar on tho Garden Islo.
The ship O F Sargent arrived
in Seattle from this port April 29.
Tho bark Mohican sailed from
San Francisco for this port May
The schooner John G North
sailed from San Francisco for
(Ionoipu May 1.
Tho Miowera sails for Vancou
vor and Victoria at 9 o'clock to
night. All her passenger room is
Tho Mikahala arrived from Ka
uai ports this morning. She sail
ed aunin for Niihau at 2 o'clock
Tho 1 ransport Leolanaw for
Honolulu aud the brig J D Sproc
kets for Mrtlmkoun, 6ailed from
San Francisco May 3.
The Miowora brought one hun
dred pairs of frozen Australian
rabbits for sale. This consign
ment will likely ba takon by local
Arrivals in S F April 28, bktn
Irmgard from Honolulu; April '19,
bktn Wrestler, 23 days from Ka
hnlui; May 2, bk It P Rithet from
Tho Robert Lowers is taking on
her last instalment of sugar at the
Inter-Island wharf. She will sail
for San Francisco with a full car
Tho Miowora is not lato as was
at first Mijjposed. Suo was not
duo beie until today on account of
the n'-w route she now takes. She
sailed from Sydney on the 25 of
last month and is dao in Vancou
ver on the 19 of this mouth.
Pint Fortlicn Veaiel to Moloknl.
The American barkontino Kli
kitat, Cutler master, arrived in
port this morning, a day and a
nan irom .uaunaKaKti, luoioaal,
whore she went from Port Gamble
to dischargo 157 feot of rough
Inmbor, 30,000 feot of dressed
lumber and 1,10 piles for the plan
tation at that pluco. Tho Kliki
tat is tho first vessel from the
Coast that has over called at Ka
unnkakai with a cargo of any
kind, sue sailed trom that place
on the 9th inst. and made fur Ho
nolulu. Her cargo for this port
cousists of 300,0i,0 feet of lumber
consigned to Wilder & Co. Cap
tain Cutler is accompanied by his
wife and child on this trip.
Rllowurn In Port.
Tho CASS Miowora, Hem
ming commauder, arrived in port
this raoruing on her way to Van
couver and Victoria. Pursor
Humphris reports as follows:
"The RMS Miowera left Sydooy
at 1:30 p in on the 25th ult, round
ed Capo Morton at 1:10 a m on
tho 27th and arrived at Brisbano
at 5:45 a m same morning. Loft
UriBbano Roads at 2:30 a m on the
28th ult, and passed Wnlpole Isl
aud at 8:50 am on tho list inst.
Experienced fresh to modeiato
trades and modernto seas, arriving
at 8uva at G a m on the 3rd inst.
Loft Suva at 0:25 p m same day
aud passed Alofa Island at 2 p m
on tho 4th inst. Crossed the
Equator at 3:30 p m on tho Gih
inst. Experienced light to modrir
ato winda with hoavy rain to tho
Equator. From then, freBh to
Btiong N E trades and rough seas.
TO L08K A POPULAR PURSER.
The purser of the R. M. S. Mio
wora, Mr. C. H. Humphris, rotires
from tho service on tho arrival of
that vessel in Vancouver and Mr.
Young, formorly of tho Warrimoo
and lator of tho Aorangi, will take
his plaoo. Mr. Hum nun's has for
twenty-two years beon ossooiated
with Australian shipping, fourleon
yoars of which were undor the flag
of the Union Steamship Company
of New Zealand and whon ho quit
ted that company he was the com
modore pursor. Ever since tho Mi
owora began hor trips to this port
somo six years ago, Mr. Humphris
has beon tho purser. It has been
very difficult sometimes for him to
attend to bis duties on accouut of
illness but ho has remained faith
fully at his post through it all.
Now that ho is in porfect health
ngain,a ho is going back lo his
homo in England thero to remain
for about six months.
Mr. Humphris has mado many
warm friouds in Honolulu, among
theso boing business and pews
paper men. Ho has always shown
himself to bo rnoro courteous to
nil who had any dealings with
him and in tho dischargo uf his
duties he has always beon most
prompt and obliging. Particular
ly will ho bo missed by tho news
paper men who look upon him as
one of tho best men in his cipa
city that comes into tho port of
Honolulu. I'avors asked have al
ways boon grantod with tho ut
most willingness and with a lack
of that patrouiziug demoanor that
characterizes somo of the pursers
who come to this port. The news
paper men certainly wish Mr.
Humphris an aloha nui accom
panied with tho best wishee for
success in whatever ho inny under
HawBllftn Jury Work.
Judge Stanley is hearing F J
Testa vs. J P Kahabawai, Wm
Wbito, D L Keku, D K Kalauo
kalani and D Kalauokalani, as
sutnpsit. Achi & Johnson for
plaintiff; J T DoBolt for four de
fendants; A G Corroa laud C
Oreighton for Wm Wbito. The
jury are Wm Smith, John Akinn,
S Moloi, Ohos Winchester, U H
Jones, Elona Kekoowai, A Fitz
simmonp, John Bright, Wm Cog
hall, Ohas Lewis, Sain'l S Ma
nuka, "W lireilo.
Mary M Judd vs. Kaiwi, quiet
ing title, was begun before Judpe
Stanley nnd continued until 2:30
p m, tho following jury being
sworn: John Akina, Win Smith,
Wm Oo(.'hall, A Filzsim
mons, J W Koakanu, R Dun
ean, U H Jodch, Geo Kaolopa,
Cbas Lewis, Eli J Crawford,
Elona Kekoowai, John Bright.
Magoon & Silliman for plaintiff;
A G Oorrea for defendant.
Fresh on Ice:
Oranges, Lemons, Roll Butter,
Frozen Oysters, etc., etc.
HENRY MAY & CO.,
0 3NT TO ES
FIR, O Z IE 3ST
IN CANS, ATTIIK
BEAtfEI LUflCH l00ty$.
Will be received at the office of the
Minister of the Interior till 12 o'clock noon
of Monday, May 15th, 1809, for bridge
lumber and Iron wotk to be delivered at
Specifications at office of Superintendent
of Public Works.
The Minister does not bind himself to
accept the lowest or any bid.
S. M. DAMON,
Minister of the Interior Ad Interim.
-33 Qnccn Street
Fee Simple and
Dv order of Mrs. H. PlnmpncW.u.r
I will plt hv nilhll- mtf-tlnn of v.. -tit.
room. 3j Queen street,
On SATUltDAY, May 20th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
The following property :
No. i In fee simple, lot on Vineyard
street, adjoining me KcimenscnnelUer
homestead-ind the Howland lot, hav
ing a frontage of 50 feet on Vineyard
street nrd an avenge depth of 00 feet.
Arpn OTi Ciinitv. fwf
2nd Six year lease of a lot fronting on
i-unciiDowi street, Between uie AUier
cottages and the lot of W. E. Rowel!.
This piece has a frontage of 135 feet
on Punchbowl street and an average
depth of 190 feet.
Map of the property and further Infor
mation at my office.
,TAS. F. MORGAN,
On Alakea Street.
Property known as the Dexter premises,
on Richards street, adiolnlne 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
JAS. I MORGAN,
33 Queen Street.
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 or 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. 1217MW
I desire to call the attention of the pub
lic to the great Improvements that are
practically completed in the INDEPEN
DENCE PAKK 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, 1809. 1217-31
I. Farm al-Hamakua S 6.00
6. A 4woom Lodging House, n-year letM. 5,000
I, 175 acres codee land, Kona j.oo.
10. Lot M acre near town r.jo
i). House and Lot. Punahou .ooo
14. Large tot and good, Paying Business. ... i,coo
15. Large Lot. Palama, nearly K acre 4.00a
16. Lot soxiao.wlth dwelling house.Quairy St e.jos,
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Post Oltlco Luno, - Honolulu.
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