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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., MAY 23, 1899.
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This tract of most desirable Suburban property
now being opened up ith residence sites, lies about three
miles from this city, in a northeasterly direction.
It has an elevation of over 200 feet above sea level,
commanding a magnificent view of the Ocean, Koko Head,
Manoa and Palolo Valleys, with the City of Honolulu, Ewa
and Chhu Plantations, and Pearl Lochs, at its feet. It is en
tiiely removed from all planting of rice or taro, thereby obviat
ing 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
Tiom its position it is entirely removed from the high
winds -i heavy showers of Manoa and Nuuanu Valleys,
guaian ing from its sott ocean breezes a salubrious climate.
pumping plant, in the course of installation, settles
the qiu ' on of water, which will be furnished to purchasers
of this f iperty at Government rates ; this flow of water being
assured .i.un two 12-inch wells which under measurement
show i. i-ly 4.000,000 gallons in twenty-four hours.
'"se lots contain an area of 1?,000 square feet each,
and .ik f two sizes 100 x 150 and 7S x 200.
-"RS : 5400 per lot, $90 additional for corners, spot
cash. .-' COO per lot, $?0 additional for corners $20 cash, and
$10 monthly installments per lor.
On and after June 1st the above pur
chase price will be advanced $50 per lot.
AAP OF PROPERTY on view at our office ; and for
further particulars apply to
GEAR, LANSING & CO.
o tt x 900. corner Ktraumoku and Klnau ts .
m Inr bullilnf;, next to h.inJjome residences
Ifo. v ' 'yt eight fine ReIJence Lots f jclng- on
I miIIIci and Klnau streets Diese are very
C le lots, on line proposed K.iplJ Transit,
I .' terms,
ffg. js- i x ro, on Deretanla street, near Keeau
ir u street, running throuoh to Younj: street.
of the most desirable building sites In the
0. o iix 7o, on Nobley street, Kallhl, with Lon
hUe vrcct. Good elevation, good cw; cheap;
must be een to be appreciated.
FORSALfc On Voting St., near Kaplolant a choke
residerieof beJrooms partnrand dining room,
Ht-Nn ant pmtry, bath and rttcnt W C; good
ffumblnt; stiblc. out-houses, scnants' quarters.
Cji' th property: rents lur $40 monthly. Slie
lot. 75 x 15J.
FOR SALE AT H1LO.
flCt ." iTif A BAKERY doing good business, store on the principle thorough
.A'UUl fare, cheap rent. FIFTEEN YEAR LEASE OF THIS PROP
ER TY WILL DE SOLD SEPARATELY. Two story building, with Rood living
roiims .iro e, ever thing complete as regards Bakery. Includlnu wagon and horses;
living rooms furnished. Owner desires to sell on account of ill health, satisfactory
terms can bo arranged with a desirable party.
GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
Judd Building, Fort Street.
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY
Model Block, - - Fort Street.
Black Hermsdorf Dyes, Lisle
Thread Hose. Will be placed
on sale from 10 to 12 o'clock at
25 cents, regular 50-cent Hose.
Ko more than six pairs to each
p ;pson will be sold.
ft ashed Balbriggan Hose, at 9
c its a pair, regular price 15
ct. rsts. One dozen to each per
PACIFIC IMPORT CO.
Dav.d D.iyton has moved from 207 to
323. A'e chant street. I2i72w
The Bulletin, 75c per month.
No. 4 In Kaplotanl Park, tooxxn: a desirable
home, containing owner's barn, out houses etc.:
fruit and ornamental trees, hither for sale or
will be leased to desirable tenant
No. 49 11 x is, on Anapunl street. Cottage i rooms
and bath. Good view, high elevation; hp.
No. 50 75 x aoo Magailne, and Thurston and
Dpcncer, uooj cievauon; races on mree sis
No, jt qt x ijr. comer Wilder Aenve and Kewalo.
Nice house of 7 rooms and bath large grounds;
fruit and ornamental trees; baro and out
buildings. TO LIT A desirable Residence on Magailne st.
(Punchbowl): seven rooms, bath and toilet: barn.
chicken house servants' quarters. Large grounds,
with fruit and ornamental trees. Deautlful view of
350 dozen Ladies' Fast
250 dozen Gents' full
a. S. SOMMA,
lias opened business In tha
With a first-class
ZQaxToer Sin. op
The patronage of old friends and the public gen
erally Is respectfully solicited. tia
Ytjs'1Ji- In Ihl column uillhl inuilld at If unit
J2 alinlfirit Imttlion; la null ttccnJ initt.
lion; to cenli a utt and fa tmli a month. 7 Hi tl Ibt
cbupul gJutliiinf tvtr offiriJ Ihl peofilt of Honolulu.
UANTCD-A YOUNG LADY IN STORE. Ad
' dress "H.ihls office. t8-)t
UANTCD too Men to get shaved for i?c. (hlte
barbers) II. JLI l-S, 619M Tort street, opp.
Club Stables, 1109-11
I . HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE AND MON'
DESK ROOM space In let Apply to
ial .u,04t King street.
COR SALE-One SHIP.MAN ENGINE In perfect
' order. Apply to II. fi Plan, Foil St. 110WI
A TWO.MANUALand Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
" Suitable for chapel or residence. Bergstrom
Music Co.. Fort street. 1067
EST 5Cent mtl In trmn. Try It ani be con-
vimru biuu s cAi.ciiur icsiaurani. 1041
I OST A .Man's Silver Watih. between the Boat
- lanJIng, near Queen slreit. and the Oceanic
whatf. A sultab'e reward Is offered for return of
same to this office. iiu-tf
I OST A pair nf OPERA GLASSES, somewhere
- between the Opera House, hotel, and Pensacol.
street. Kecelve reward on returning to WILDER &
CO. 1107. If
BOARD AND ROOMS.
MICELY riJRNISIIFD THONT ROOM, with or
' ' wUhout board. Best locality: terms moderate,
511 Deretanla street next City Iced Store, isoj-im
The boohs of the Hawaiian Sugar Co.
will be closed to transfers from the 25th
to the 31st of May, Inclusive.
W. M. TEMPLETON,
:2i8-jt Secretary H. S. Co.
Chamber 0? Commerce.
An adjourned special meeting of the
Honolulu Chamber of Commerco will be
held at Its room on Wednesday, May 24,
at 11:30 a. 111. The question of an exhibit
at the Greater American Exposition at
Omaha will be decided. A full a'ttendance
JAS. GORDON SPENCER,
Honolulu, May 23, 1890. 1228.1t
OOVEHVJIKNT FOR FILIPINOS;
Washington, May 10. Tho Se
cretary of Slntn his telogmphml
to President Scuurmau of tho
iVliilippituB Commission, by direc
tion of Preuitlout MoKiuley, a
statement of the charHO'or of the
unvfruiuent that thu United States
will lo williut! to establish in the
Philippines after the surrender of
Aiunjalilo'rt forces and the restor
ation of peaot. The proposed
government i to ba more civil
than military, and aomewhat
aimilar, although a little more
liberal, even, than that now in
operation in Porto Itioo, Tho
head of the government will bo a
Governor, whose functions will bo
civil, although ho may bo a milita
There will be an advisory
council composed of natives of the
i'lulippiues, whose business it
will bo to confer with the Gov
ernor on official matters and sug
gest cbanaos in the mannr of ex
ercising authority. The local
government will be entiroly in
the handa of natives, subject to
certain supervision by American
authorities. Tho plan proposed
amounts practically to an autono.
tuous system, and it is believed
hero that it will be acceptable to
the natives. It will continue only
until Congress deoides what shall
be tho character of the permanent
government of the islands.
BLUIU THOMSON SAPB.
Arrived In Han PrHncUco After 91
Tho disabled stoimnr TCIihn
Thomson arrived in Hnn Frnnnia-
co May 13, twenty-four days from
una port, it win be remembered
that the Thomson was spoken by
tho Traot-port Senator. After that
steamer left her, Captain Whitney
cot his men to work and soon had
every available bit of canvas
rigged up for sails. When the
Moana reported tho mishap to the
Thomson, tugs wero sent out but
none succeeded in findinn Imr.
'J ho Thomson was met by the
joiuug aua two bolts oE oanras
wero put aboard. Captain Whit
ney decided that ho would get to
some port along tho California
coast without aBsistanoe, if possi
ble. This he succeeded in doing
and anchored lm vessel about two
miles from the Santa Cruz light
house on tho 12th inst. whilo tho
tug boots wero still out looking
for him. A boat was Bent out but
Captain Whituoy declined assist
anco. A littlo later tho agents
chartered tho tug boat Rescue to
tow the Thomson to San Francisco,
Tho City of Peking brought a
hundred bogs of mail for Honolulu.
For additional Shipping News see seventh page.
Diamond Head Bliriml Station, May
23, 1 p in Weather hazy, wlml High
Weather Bureau, Puliation, May 23
Temperature MornhiK minimum,
72 1 Mltlilay maximum, 80.
(Darometer corrected for gravity-.06 )
Barometer, 0 a m, 30.07. Rising.
Italiifnll, do, O.Ot.
Humidity nt 9 a m 08 percent.
Dew Point OIF.
Tuesday, May 23.
P M 8 S City of PekliiK.Smltli, fiom
Sttnr James Makec. Titllctt, from
Kapita and Hauamaulu; 24U'J bags
Tuesday, May 23.
Btmr Klnau, Freeman, fur Maul
and Hawaii ports at 12 m,
Stmr (Jlaudliie, Cameron, for Maul
ports at 6 p m.
Htnii hllohnttn, Thompson, forNa
wlltwlll anil Uuiuunutilii at 4 p 111
8tmr Nnemi, Pedursuu, for Watmca
anil Kekulmat4p 111.
P M S S 1 lty of Peking, Smith, for
China and Japan at 12 timlnlit.
Frim Ktiu-ii ports, per ftmr
James Mnkee, May '23 C Ros, R
Yagao anil 7 on deck.
For Maui and HawHii ports, per
stmr Eitiau, May 3 Miss L A
Curtis, J A Maauire, Otpt J A
King, Win Chtiup Hoou, Mrs
Ubung Hoon, It limd Jr, J S
Low, It Ivors, G H Angus, Mrs T
McKiuloy, F M WakellMld and
wife, Mrs May dwell, T F Lansing,
Sidney Watson, 8 V Swfiisoy, J
W Kennedy, J E Elsmori1, Mrs
Irwin, MibB Irwin, J H Thomp
son, H A Young, the Misses
Young, Wm Kintiev, Miss Hick,
Mr ami MtsLsko, Mrs tirickivood.
Misi Brickwood, H M Mercer, F
It Sweapey, 0 W Ejoles, J A Scott
and 0 McLennan.
The Moana from San Francisco
is lookrd for at daybreak tomor
row. Tho City of Peking broucht
tho nons that sho was to leave on
Tho City of Peking was lelo
phonod off Diaraoud Bad at about
midnight lat uig'it She is aloug.
side tho PaeiGc Mail wharf today
and will stil for China aud Japan
at 12 miduight. The Poking had
flue weather all the way from San
Tho James Makee nrrivod from
Hauamaulu this morning. The
pmser reports hoavy electrical
storms at Kapia aud that side of
Kauai. At 4 o'clock Saturday
afternoon the Makee went to Ha
uamaulu t load, after having tak-
en on about 300 bugs of Makee
Sugir Co.'a sugar.
Clan am (Jltike of the Wilder
Steamship Oimpany ointradicta
tho statement made by Superin
tendent or i'ublio Works Howell
to one of the Honolulu m tiers and
copied by the Hawaii Heiald to
tho elTnct that the Pukaa light,
Hawaii, was chat ged from white
to croon, at his suggestion. He
states that he never mado such a
suggestion but that ho did eay it
would bo a good thing if the liuht
could be made powerful enough.
Valencia Buck In Frisco?
The transport Valencia at rived
back in San Francisco on the
morning oE the 16th inst. with
Fome forty discharged soldisrs,
having made tho trip from Manila
in twenty-seven days. Some ex
tremely rough weather was met
rtoanokr. Will Not rteturn.
The Bteamar Roannko will not
return to Manila. ' She has com
pleted the work laid out for her
by the Government, and has donp
it with expedition, having made
the quickest round trip since the
announcement of the war. She
will today bo released from her
contraot, aud in about ten days
will sail for the north with p'is
soDgers and freight for tho North
American Transportation and
Trading Company. S F, May 10.
BInrtha Darla II'eponalblr.
On May 1C a decision in favor
of tho Government in tho suit of
tho United States against tho bark
Martha Davis aud tho Martha Da
vis Co, was rendered in San Fran
cisco. Tho aotion was to enforce a
libel for damages to the govern
ment survoy boat Patterson. On
March !), 1898, tho Patterson waB
at anobor in tho bay nndorgoiug
repairs. During a storm tho Mar
tba Davis drifted against her and
caused considerable damage Judgo
ue uavon who rendered tn deci
sion, holds tho Martha Davis res
ponsible. m m i
Subscribers to tbe DUL
L ETN not receiving their pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying tbe 'Busi
ness Office, Telephone 256.
A Sharp Cut in
And a chance to get a bargain, while they last. We lately
had sent to us 250 sample POCKET KNIVES, so that we
could select our new stock. As the makers knew that they
could not get them back without heavy expense and bother
with the Custom House, they instructed us to make a SPECIAL
SALE and clean them all out as soon as we had selected our
stock. You will see them in our window 50c knives for 25c,
Si knives for 50c, Si. 25 knives for 75c, and so on up. Your
pick of each lot for the marked price on same. Every knife is
guaranteed to be of the best quality, and any proving defective
we will replace or return money if they are returned to us.
The sooner you come the more you have to pick from.
Bargains in Pocket Knives.
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. Fort and Kins Sts.
Columbia and Rambler Agents.
TONY LADY'S RIG,
HONOLULU STOCK YARDS,
Corner Alakea and Queen Streets.
TAT. 8.WITHERS, Manager.
fc . Will
Honolulu Carriage Jlanufactory
W. W. WRIGHT, Prop'r.
CUBANS MAKE TROUBLE
New York, May 1G. The "Her
ald'a Havana correspondent tele
yrnpliB: Tho situation hpre has bpcoma
most alarming. To all apppar
aucos tbe Cubans are about to
make armed manifestations
agtinat tho United States aud its
mode of governing tbo island, al
though the conservative element
still hoppR for peaceful arrange
raouts. This state of affairs, which
was brought abruptly to a head
bint Saturday by a partial quarrel
between General Qoratz aud Gov
ernor Qpneral Mrooke has b?on
forming for tho list two months.
Tho first move has been made by
the army. It will probably be
supported by many Cubans.
Tho army, which is really rep
resented (although many dispute
his authority) by General Gomez,
is particularly bitter against Gen
eral Brooke and his policy.
Washington, May 1G. General
Brooke has not reported to tbe
War Department any serious situ
ation in Cuba and it is not be
lieved at tho department that any
alarm may bo felt regarding the
condition of affairs. No advice if
given General Brooke, as it has
been tho policy of tho FreBi'dotit
to olotbo the ollicors in command
in the islands with plonary power
to dpal with situations as they
arino and hold suoh officor respon
sible. HANCOCK'S KtSOIMIO TRIP.
It Will Prevent Trnntporti NtnpplnK at
Washington, May 11. The
trip of the Hanoook, formerly the
Arizona, aoross the Pacific was a
rpoord breaker. Up to this tirao
the record was twonty-oight days.
Tho Sherman mado tho eastward
trip in that time. The time of the
Hancock waB twenty-two days and
the vuhboI covered the entire dis
tance across tho Paciflo without
fetopping, being tho first one of
the transports to accomplish the
feat. The success of the Hancock
Iihh decided the department to do
away with tho usual stop at Hono
lulu hereafter !h ciisoof alltranB
porta having coal capicity suffi
cient to in it Ito the 7UU0-milo trip
from San Francisco lo Manila.
All morning boa been consum
ed in the Circuit Court trying to
pet a jury to try tho fourteen
Japanese from Eahuku for riot.
EX BARKENT1NE IRMQARD,
Har ness,Surreys, Phaetons,
and Carriage Materials.
rum aiKBCT, AUUVE HOTEL. 3faJ
-33 Queen Street
On SATUltDAY, May 27th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At tbo promlsos, Qnoen streot, roar of
tbo Dows-tt Estnto otuco, I will soil at
2j HEAD 1IOR3E3 AND MARE3.
JAS. F. MOKGAtf,
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 houndary
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. P. 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 forfcsper
For further particulars
JAS. F. MORGAN,
"76 13 Queen St
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