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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. L, MAY 12, 1E99.
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GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
Real Estate and
ACS3' Having a numbor of requests for IVitNlSHED
asm UxKUnxiSHM) Houhks, wo wish to inform those
desirous of renting that listing their houses with us will
iiifclrro an ininiodiuto applicant.
ON YOUNG STREET, NEAR KAPIOLANI,
Choice residence of ? Bed-rooms, Parlor and Dining Room,
Kitchen and Pantry, Bath and patent W. C; good plumbing,
Mable, Out-houses, and Servants' Quarters. Good income
oioperty; rents for 540 monthly. Size of lot, IS x 1 5$.
1 8 g5 x 200, corner Keeaumoku and
Kinau streets, ready for building,
next to handsome residences now
ig oo x loo, eight fine Residence Lots
facing on Lunnillo and Klnau streets.
These are very choice lots, on line
proposed Rapid Transit. Easy
25100 x 2qo, on Beretanla st near
Keeaumoku street, running through
to Young street. One of the most
desirable building sites In the city.
No. 40 112 x 370. on Nobiey street, Kallhl,
with L on side street. Good eleva
tion, good view: cheap; must be
seen to be appreciated.
A BAKERY dolne cood
fare, chean rent. Inne lease,
rojiis above, everything complete as regards Bakery, Including wagon and horses;
living rooms furnished. Owner desires to sell on account of ill health, satlstactory
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 early 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
Oor. "Fort and Kins Sts.
Columbia and Itambler Agents.
The Laughable Farce,
An Editor's Troubles
Last nights of some of
the Favorites lot
I appear, In conjunction with the
Mr. Frank Barton,
Dailtone and Comedian
General Admission, i;c. and 50c.
last six rows (or Children under it yean, 10c,
Reserved Chairs, 50C ,
Seals tan be booked by ringing up Telephone 5,0.
Saturday, 2:30 p. M.:
No bhop-worn goods on the coun
ters ol inert hanta who advertise in
-JUDD BUILDING, FORT SUREET.
No. 47 In Kapiolani Park, 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.
No. 5c 75 x 200, Magazine, and Thurston
and Spencer. Good elevation; faces
on three streets. u
No. 51 92 x 157, comer Wilder Avenue
and Kewalo. Nice house ot 7 rooms
and bath; large grounds; fruit and
ornamental trees; barn and out'
TO LET A desirable residence on Mag
azine street (Punchbowl) ; seven
rooms, bath and toilet; barn, chicken
house, servants' quarters. Large
grounds, with fruit and ornamental
trees. Beautiful view of harbor.
business, store on the
two storv bulldln
building, with good living
..HAWAIIAN RCLICP SOCIETY,
..AMERICAN RELIEF 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.
MRS. GUNN'S DANCING CLASS
will meet Friday evening at,8. Solomon's
Quintette Club will play.' - i '
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Vf&SdJ'- '" '"' tolumn til tl Intertill oltftentl
4rtA a lint Aril intertion to emit teeonj inter
lion; jo eenlt it week and o eeitlt J month, lilt It tie
tbeapetl tdvetttunt ever offered the people of Honolulu.
STRAYED A RLD COLLY COW, branded C, K.
Suitable reward will be paid to party returning
same to J. AJ. VIVAS. iai8-tf
I OST A Man's Silver Watch, between the tloat
- landlnc, near Queen street, and the Oceanic
wharf. A suitable reward Is offered for return of
same to this office. un-tf
I OST A pair of OPERA GLASSES, somewhere
" between the Opera lloue. hotel, and Penaco1a
Kcceive reward on returning 10 wilui-k
FR SALE CHEAP A large new Jewel Stove,
with to-enllnn Mot Wster Holler and attach
ments. Apply to L. M. VCTLfcSfcN, at the office of
Hawaiian Hardware Co, iai74t
COR SALE BOY'S CRESCENT WHEEL. In
1 cood condition. Address 1, 9, 3, Bulletin office.
"UIET HORSE AND A DUGGY. FOR SALE.
reasonable. Apply K, Bulletin office, laoo-lf
OPPORTUNITY FOR DAIRYMCNI-lsland-fewd
'-' dairy stock, bred to the thoroughbred sire of the
W, G. Irwin dairy. For further particulars Inquire of
C. W Macfarlane.
PR SALE-One SHIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
order. Apply to II. G. Ulart. Fort St. tioflf
A TWO-MANUALand Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or residence. Derzitrom
Music Co.. Fort street. lot?
EST 95 cent meal In town. Try It and be con
vinced. Linas txreisior Kestaurant. 1041
PEARI. CITY BOOM will be the nent It. S. Army
and Naw officer mist have houses on the hill.
Two Fine Lots, commmdlne a splendid land and sea
lew, neir the reservoir, will besotdcheap. Address,
I'ean uny, nuiieun umce ngjii
CITUATION WANTED-A Competent DrKer de
J sires a situation with a private family. Apply
"Bulletin office," 1116-iw
WANTED Second-hand Mimeograph In good
order. State price to I'. O. Box jgv Ho
WANTED By an American lady, thirty years of
dress Mrs. !'., Bulletin office.
- age, position as nouscKeeper; reference.
UANTED soo Men to eet shaved for 15c. (white
W harbors II. JEFrS. 6iaU Fort street, opd.
Club Stables. isog-tf
BOARD AND ROOMS.
NICELY TURNISHED FRONT ROOM, with or
without board. Best locality: terms moderate.
St) Beretanla street, next City feed Store. 1309-im
COR RENT The store on Queen street lately oc-
cupled by Messrs McChesney& Sons, Tor par
ticulars inquire or tne unaersignea.
ALLLN & ROBINSON.
Msys, i&9. sio-tf
OKT X O E!
FIR, O Z E3ST
IX CANS, AT THE
BEAlTEI LUflCH 1(00,
II. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
Fresh on Ice:
Oranges, Lemons, Roll Butter,
Frozen Oysters, etc., etc.
HENRY MAY & CO.,
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 possl
ble, and recelvethelr certificates of stock,
OLAA SUGAR CO., LTD.,
ELMER E. PAXTON, Treasurer.
Honolulu, May 10, 1899.
Flrat Claa Hhw.
"An Editor's Troubles" ogain
made a good audience laugb to
split at tbo Orphoura last nicht.
Thoro is nothing funnier to peo
plo than tbn woes of newspaper
men. Jim Font suffers like a
martyrt-'d ono so well that nobody
can believo bo baBn't "been thoro"
in reality. The ontiro program is
exquisitely entertaining aud, with
out speaking in tbo conventional
strain, baa positively not one
word or action to offend the fasti
dious. As for the musical features,
nothing suporior has over becu
presented at a variety entertain
ment in Honolulu. The Hiber
ri'tn reporter et ul. will appear last
time tonight. "Our Honolulu
Lady," neighbor J. B. liailey's
f-ong, is beautifully sung by MieB
Tor additional Shipping News see seventh page.
Diamond Head SlKtinl Station, May
12, 1 p in Weathor elenr, wind light
Weathor Bureau, Punaliou, May 12
Temperature Morniiifr minimum,
71); Midday maximum, 82.
(Barometer corrected for gravity ,o )
Barometer, Oam, 30.01. Falling
Knliifnll, do, 0.00.
Humidity nt 0 n m 07 percent.
Friday, May 12.
O A 8 S Aorancl, Hepworth, from
Vancouver ami Victoria.
O & O S S Qnollc, Fliich,fromChlna
Stmr Iwalanl, Gregory, from Ha
makun: 5702 sx sugar, 14 sx coflco and
1 10 lulls hides.
Stmr James Makco, Tullett, from
Kn pan; 2000 bags sugar end 100 bags
Friday, May 12.
Am nclir Defiance, Blum, for San
Am bchr'Uobort Lowers, Goodman,
for San Francisco.
Stmr James Makee, Tullett, for
Kupiiant 4 p in.
Stmr Unolu, HcuningHcn, for Ko
liala nnil Koiia.
VESSELS LKAV1NQ TOMOItltOW.
CASS Aorattgl, Hepworth, fortho
Colonies at 6 p 111.
Stmr Iwalnni, Gregory, for Ho
nokttu and Kukulhaele at 12 m.
The Hobert Lowers will get
away for San Francisco this after
noon. She bus a full cargo of
Tbo W G Halt is not duo today
as statrd in the morning paper.
She will bo iu on ber regular day,
Two stowaways wore captured
by the harbor police aboard tho
Defiance previous to her depar
ture this forenoon. They are now
at tbo police station.
Tho schooner Honolulu has
about fiuishtd discharging and
will get away for San Fruocisco
with a full cargo of sugar tomor
row or Sunday.
Tho O A S S Aoranci, Hepworth
commander, arrived iu port this
forouoon from Vancouver and
Victoria. Purser Mason kindly
makes the following report of the
trip of the Aorangi: "The RMS
Aoranai left Vancouver on Thurs
day, May 4 at 7:15 p m after em
barking passengers aud mails aud
arrived at Victoria B O at 2:30 a
m on the Cth inst. Left Victoria
at 7 o'clock tho same rnorniug aud
experienced Btroag to moderate
head winds and bead seas to the
30th parallel and thonco light
easterly winds with tine and
showery weather. Tbo steamer.
was delayed at Vancouver pendiug
tbo arrival of mails and pat-sen
gers by two trains which had been
delayed by somb block on tho line.
A further delay occurred by tho
steamet hiving to take in 212 tons
of enruo at Victoria. Tbo steamer
will dinuhargo G31 tons of cargo at
Following are the latest charters
at Faoitio Ooast ports for ports on
Haw bk, Bodorick Dhu, 1397
tons returns to Hilo iu Sprockets'
Liue; Sohr Muriel, 4S3 tons, mer
chandise to Kibei, H. I., chatter
ed Alexander & Baldwin.
Schr Lilleboune, 208 tons, lum
ber from Gray's Harbor to Hono
lulu chartered by the S. E. Sladp
Lumber Co ; slip Iroquois, 1096
tons, at Uilo, sugar tbenoe to JN tuv
York; $5.50; bkto Irragard, G14
tons, returns to Honolulu in the
Hawaiian Line; ech Emma CIru
dina, 185 tons, lumber from Eu-r-ka
to Honolulu ohartorod by
From Vancouvor nnd Violoria,
per O A 8 S Aorangi, May 12
J Hilts, W H Hilts, W A Mil
burn, A D Wise, A S Guild, Miss
Clay wood, Miss Hughes, K Cham
berlain and J MoUouaghy.
Pliti Vendor Pined.
Iu tho Police Oourt this foro
uoon Akinu, a Chinaman, was
fined $1 and costs on tlio ohirgo
of selling fish nt places othor thnu
thosci permitted by the Board of
Health. Akin a pleaded guilty to
the charge hut stated that ho
bought a half dollar's worth of
fkh at the market and had thou
sold some of this to a blind woman
who was uunblo to go to markot.
David Eoliipio's assistant told a
tliflorcut story. Ho Btated that
bo had followt'd tho follow from
one place to another. Tho China
man had akfd at enoh dor who
thor or no tho people wanted auy
flsh. Tho man was a regular
CJHCU1T COUHT TKITtt.
Vcrillcl In Newpier lint Cii Blnrder
Tlio Kubuku murder trial is still
on beforo Jadgo Perry, night ees
eions boirjg bold.
In tbo enso of F. J. Testa vs.
J. F. Eabnhawni and others, an
action of assumpsit on a nows
paper printing occount, the jury
found that Kahawni, D. L. Kobu,
D. K. Ealauukalani aud D. Kn
lauokalnni owo tho plaintiff $7-13..
40, tbo fall amount claimed, aud
that Wm. White owes one fifth of
Mary Judd va. Eaiwi is still on
before Judge Stanley and a native
Tho Defiance sailod for San
Francisco this afletnoon.
The new Issue of stock of PIONEER
MILL CO., LTD., will be ready for de
livery May 17th, a. c. Shareholders will
please present their old stock for the pur
pose of stamping same regjrding Increase
of capital. The st xl books of the Com
pany will be closed to transfers from May
13th to 17th, both inclusive.
Honolulu, May 12th, 1890.
H. A. ISENBERG,
Treasurer Pioneer Mill Co., Ltd.
A Society Event!
MR. HARRY CONOR,
WILL PRESENT ON
TUESDAY. Mav ,6 "A Trip to Chlmtown."
THURSDAY. Mav i8-- A KR Baby "
SATUHDAY MATINtE.Mayo-"A Rac Daby."
SATURDAY NIGHT. Mayao "A Trip to China
MONDAY, May "A stranjrtr in new rorK.
TUbSUAY. May aj To be dcclJed later.
Sailing May at on the Moana tor Australia.
This nrcanliatlon numbers nineteen persons, anl
Is positively the most exp.mlve anJ talented that has
ever come to Honolulu.
-beat sale at Wall, Nichols Co.'s Saturday
Iron Fence and
: : 641 King Street
Solo Agents for tho Konesaw, Georgia
and Italian Murblo. Tlio only murblo
that Islmporvlous to liquids and will not
stain. 'Samplos and designs to bo soen
at our ofllcu and (salesroom.
Iron Ilalllng nnd Fonolng In ovory
Stono coping supplied olioapor than
any othor firm In the city.
Well, of course
we have, and
not only fresh TO-DAY,
but - - - -
Fresh Every Dayl
Fresh Film, Fresh Plates,
We have fresh goods of every
description coming on every steamer.
426 Fort Street.
Digging or taking slnd from makai side
of Ala Moana RoadfBeafh Road) Is strictly
prohibited, any person or persons caught
In the act, will be prosecited to the full
extent of the Law.
W. H. CUMM1NGS,
Road Supervisor, Honolulu.
David Dayton has moved from 207 to
223, Merchant street. , I2I7-2W
ti 33 Queen Street
Auction Sale ),
Fee Simple and
By order of Mrs. H. Rlomenschnelder,
I will sell by public auction, at my sales
room. 33 Queen street,
On SATUKDAY, May 20th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
The following property :
No. 1 In fee simple, lot on Vineyard
street, adjoining the Rclmensclinelder
homestead and the Howland lot. hav
ing a frontage of 513 feet on Vineyard
street ard an average depth of 90 feet.
Area 5273 square feet.
2nd Six year lease of a lot fronting on
Punchbowl street, between the Adler
cottages and the lot of W. E. Rowel!.
1 his piece has a frontage of 135 feet
on Punchbowl street and an average
depth of 190 feet.
Map of the property
matlon at my office.
and further infor-
J AS. E. MOHGAN, 4.
On Alnken Street.
Property known as the Deter 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 10.5 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-
For further particulars apply to
33 Queen Street.
Whereas, on Sunday night, May 7, 1899.I
on the WalKIKI Road, near Wright's
Villa, Antone Rallne, 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 conviclion of
the person or persons concerned in the
matter. Information may be given to the
Marshal or to W. H. Pain, manager of tiie
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 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
has been thoroughly cleaned and painted
Inside and out, besides many other
changes for the better.
J. N. WRIGHT.
Honolulu, May 10. 1899. 1217-31
1. Form at llaoiakua $ 6,o
i. A 4o-rnom LoJtlng House, ia-ytar IcaM. 5,00a
I, 175 acres coffee land, Kona.., ,oo
io. Lot M acre near town , i,jo
I. House an! Lot, Punahou
14. Larce Lot and good Paying Business.,..
15. large Lot. Palama, neatly H acre 4,no
16. Lot 5oxiao,wlthdelllnsliouse.Quarry St a.joe
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Post Office Lane, - HonoIuUu
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