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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., MAY 2G,
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This tract of most desirable Suburban property
now being opened up with residence sites, Jies 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
anu Oahu Fiaiit-.uiuiis, 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
give i cess to the property, and are crossed by six avenues.
Sev. n of these Boulevirds ire now opened up, the balance in
From its position it is entirely removed from the high
'? and heavy showers of Atanoa and Nuuanu Valleys,
uiteeing from its soit ocean breezes a salubrious climate.
A pumping plant, in the course of installation, settles
(iietion of water, which will be furnished to purchasers
" property at Government rates ; this flow of water being
d from two 12-inch wells which under measurement
neaily 4,000,000 gallons in twenty-four hours.
These lots contain an area of 15,000 square feet each,
re of two sizes 100 x 150 and 7? x 200.
1 rRAS : $400 per lot, $?0 additional for corners, spot
$00 per lot, $S0 additional for corners $20 cash, and
monthly installments per lot.
On and after June 1st the above pur
chase price will be advanced $50 per lot.
AAP OF PROPERTY on view at our ofiice ; and for
further particulars apply to
GEAR, LANSING & CO.
f4.f t thtt column utll hi tmtttiJ at ifcntl
V- 4lnyfr, inuttion; to etHll hcoiiJ titter
lion, )o ttnlt a u ttk and o emit a mrmlh. Ittt it Ibt
ibtuftil aJtrliit( ntr offtrtJ lit f-tcfll ollonoMu.
nOU SAI L Tli furniture of a lx room lirtuse con
1 slMIng of pulor, furniture, two beJroom ulte
two Iron teJ wicker chair, Hremel rue malting,
woikI Moe. ' Oem" blue flame toe moullo net?,
limp, etc Will elldieap, House on be tented If
Je lrei Call at Klnau street, 4th house from Alapal
street, . mi-it
FOR SALL A nooj ircitle horse bucKV and Mr
, ness, complete Apply to JOHN SULLIVAN,
l'.ntlieon Snlle. mftf
For additional Shipping New e seventh pa e
OR SALC-One SIIIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
oroer. Apply to 11, ej. mart. I orl St. noi-ti
A TWO-MANUAL and Pedal Hass REED ORGAN
" Suitable for chapel or residence, Uerittrom
Music Co , Fort street io6
EST ljcent me ll In town. Try It and be con
vinced. Llnd j Excelsior Restaurant 1041
WANTI t To purchs.se a Toot Mortise .Machine
J I CHAMIirRLIN P O llosai) iw-t
UANTm-A YOUNG MAN to DRIVE WAGON.
Address WAtiON UulUlin nffke uio-it
UANTED-A OUM. LAM IN STORE. Ad
vv dress "ii this office. 1218-it
VAANTr-soo.Mentocetshafd for isc. (hlle
' hirttrO II. JfcriS. 6io Tort street, onn.
Club Slibles uoo-ll
1 iS 95 x 300. corner K'eeaumoku and Klnau sis ,
ready for building, next to handsome residences
tu ce jo x too, elfrht fine Residence Lots facing on
Leinalllo and Klnau streets These are very
c'i lce lots, on line proposed Rapid Transit,
o 95- too x ego, on Beretinla street, near Keeau-
mrliu street, running through to Young street.
One of the most desirable building sites In the
10 tjix 170, on Nobley street, Kallhl with L on
side street Good ele itlon. good view, cheap,
miiM i-e seen 10 re nppreciaiea
FORSALt On nungM near Kaplotanl. acholee
leslJtnceof t hed-rmms pirlorand dining room,
Irftihtn nd pantry, lat'i and patent W. C. cood
jjntlni' stible, out-housis tenants' quarters.
God ircoie property, tints tor $40 monthly, Sire
t lot, 7J X 1J5.
No. 47 In Kaplotanl Park, iooxioo: 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 las, on Anapunl street. Cottage 7 rooms
and bath. Good view, high elevation, cheap.
No. 50 7j x 9oo Magailne, and Thurston and
Spencer. Good elevation; faces on three sts
No. 51 flix 157. corner Wilder Avenve and Kewalo.
nice nousc or 7 rooms ana pain targe grounas;
fruit and ornamental trees: barn and out
buildings, TO Lt T A desirable Residence un Magailne st,
(Punchbowl), seven rooms, bath and toilet, barn,
chicken house servants' quarters Large grounds,
with fruit and ornamental trees. Beautiful view of
TO LrT-nrSK ROOM spaces to let Apply to
I llWMAN IRON H NU. AND .MONUMEN
TAI CO 641 King street la6
LOST A Min s Slher Watch, between ihe Hoal
I in ling, neir Queen street, and Ihe Oceanic
wharf A suitable reward Is offered for return of
sime to this iiftiee. tua-tf
nOAlU) AND ROOMS.
NICLLY IURNISHLD FRONT ROOM, with or
without board. Ilest locality; terms moderate.
51 Peretania street next City Feed Store, laco-im
CLASH AMONG THE REBELS
FOR SALE AT HILO.
eCifi.ff A BAKEUY doing good business, store on the principle thoroiujh-JV-SOUU
fare, che.tp rent. FIFTEEN YEAR LEASE OF THIS PROP
ER ."Y WILL BE SOLD SEPARAIELY. Two btory building, with Rood IIvIiir
rooms above, ever thing complete as regards Bakery, IncluJInu wagon and horses;
living rooms furnished. Owner desires to sell on account of 111 health, satisfactory
turns an be arranged with a desirable party.
GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
Jtidd Building, Fort Street.
PlGiFIG IMPORT COMPANY
Model Block, - - Font Street.
-350 dozen Ladies' Fast
Black Hermsdorf Dyes, Lisle
Thread Hose. Will be placed
on sale from 10 to 12 o'clock at
25 cents, regular 50cent Hose.
No more than six pairs to each
person will be sold.
23. 250 dozen Gents' full
Inished Balbriggan Hose, at 9
cents a pair, regular price 15
csnts. One dozen to each per
PACIFIC IMPORT CO.
' ' Missionary Gleaners will give a
lawn , trty .it the home of V. R. Castle,
correrof Victoria and Klnau streets, Sat
urday afternoon, May 27th, from 3 to 6
o'clock. Admission, 25 cents.
During my absence from the Islands,
Mr. Samuel F. Chlllingworth will act for
me In my General Business, and as Solicit
ing Agent lor me japan emigration L.om
pany, under full power of attorney.
G. E. BOARUMAN.
Honolulu, Oahu, H. I., May 22, 1899.
Manila, May 8. Only tbo en
treaties of Aguinaldo last Tues
day averted civil war between the
forces of his two rival gonerals,
Luna and Mascardo. They were
actually drawn up in battle array.
This and tho positive confirmation
of tho news that Luna hm been
dauiierouely wounded iu the
shoulder in tho battlo of San
To mil 8 are tho most important
iloms of intelligence brought to
day by the Array gunboats La
gunii de liny rind Covailongn,
which returned today from au ex
pedition up tho San Fernando
It was immediately before the
buttle of Sau Toman that the in
surgents so neaily nrrived at the
point of beginning to fxt-rmitnte
ouo another. Gene in I Luna, wlwi
he fiiw tliHt an enpngm nt with
the troops ui inevitrible, hont
back nu ntdo post haste to JJacolor,
whom Goneral Mascardo wus de
mHiidiog re-euforcomeuts. Mns
cardo's reply was that ho would
take order from no one but Agui
naldo. This defiance so infuriat
ed Luna that, in spito of the im
pending conflict with the common
enemy, ho took 15u0of his sol
diery and made a forced march to
Hncolor, intent on chtstiBiug his
0 uirade in arms. Maicardo wan
nothing loth in fight it out and
ordered his command into lino of
This was tho situation when
Aguinaldo hoard of tho impending
conflict. He ordered his chief of
stHff, Colonel Arguelezs to moke
peace at all hazards. The sol
diers wero waiting for ordora to
begin the onslaught when Ague
lezs galloped between the lines,
frantically waving a flag of truce.
There was an onury conference
betweon him and the rival oeno
rals, and Apuinaldo's authority
dually triumphed, buna return
ed to tho front, after being pro
vided with re-euforcemontR, and
ordered Mascardo to bo court
martialed for not having sent
Uiera at first. Tho battle of Ban
Tomas followed, and Luna, on
whose ferocity in the field Agui
naldo placed his chief reliance,
received wounds that will surely
disable him for tho rest of the
campaign, and may cause bis
Have you ever had a photo
made of your home ? If not
we should like to add your
name to our list. We are
making a specialty of this
branch, and would be pleased
to talk it over with you.
110 Hotel street
jr The Bulletin can satisfy J
h an your WAN lb. lt has 4
established a W A N T
J COLUMN J
Diamond Head Hlitiml Station, Mnv
m, 1 p 111 Weather hazy, wind Iiluli
Weather Bureau, Punahou, May 20
Temperature Morulnir minimum,
71; Midday maximum, 77.
(Birometer confetti tor gravity .06 )
Barometer, 0 a m, 30.09. Irregular.
Rainfall, do, .17.
Humidity at 9 a in 72 percent.
uew roiniui i:
Friday, May 20.
Stmr W O Hall, HnBluii(l, from
Maul and Hawaii purl; -Kljl liners
Htlgar, 22 bu-i codec, 20 head catllo
anil 13 hills liltlt'R.
Stmr J A Cummins, Scarle, from
Ii Iday, May 20.
Stmr Mikahal.t, Thompson, for Ma
kawell. Stmr Twalnnl, Gregory, for Ho
nokuu ami Kukullmeletit 0 am.
VES3UL3 LEAVING TOMOItltOW.
StnirlCaiiiil, llnilin.for Lnlmlnix anil
Kanii.ipiili at 12 m.
The ship Stundard has finished
Tho Transport Centennial will
sail for Manila tomorrow.
Tho next steamer from tho coast
is tho Gaelic, clu.i on the 3 1st.
Tho Hchonner Kauikeaouli sailed
for Koholalelo yeiterday after
noon. Tho timo of sailing of Iho Kauai
for Lahhina and Kaanapali has
boon postponed until tomorrow
Tho lCilohana and Koauhou
may bo jn from Kauai ports to
morrow morning but this is not
assured as tho weather up that di
rection has been paiticularly bad
for tbo past fow days.
The Mikahala did not get away
for Makaweli yesterday afternoon.
She got iu rather lute ami it was
impossible to discharge tho HUir
in time for her to sail at 5 o'ol ck
Sho left at 9 o'clock this morning
For Haniakua, pprstmr Iw.ilani,
May 2G-W O Walker.
From Maui and Hawaii ports,
pr stmr W G Hall, May 20 - Mit-s
Hoillke. Ur Pi-lHrson. Knnnikn
and wife, Master Kuupiko, Mihk
IS la l'urirf. iitho l'atis. Mm J D
Johnson, Rev Mitclull hi il boh,
Ur At'heiley, A Uuckbum, Mrs
McGuire anil children, (J Ako, G
P Wilder. John A McGaudless. P
McLiue nud 07 on dtck.
P"llce Collrt .Nolrl.
In tho Police Court this fore
noon tho following caics were dis
posed of: Otno and Tome, the
two Japanese womon who ran
away from tho honpital, wero son
tenced to thirty ilaynat hard labor
under a section of the act to miti
gate; Yama-aki, charged with
leaving his horse untied in the
street, was reprimanded and dis
charged; Figuoredo, n Portu
guese, had to pay $2 costs for fail
ing to got his tolmcoo license at
tho right time. When ho uppear
ed beforo Judge Wilcox he stated
that ho had not sold ten dollars'
worth of tobacco and waxed rather
ineolont. Tho Judge told the man
that if he did not chauge his tone
ho would put him below.
Hnllora Bluele Trouble.
Some fifteen sailors of tho W.
G. Hall mado trouble for the cap
tain and officers of that steamer at
Monuapo on Suuday lust. At
about lt) o'clock they went ashore
in one of tbo boats and took n bar
rol of poi nud n lot of salmon with
thorn. Arriving at tho landing,
they tied the boat, left the poi
where it was, took tho salmon iu
to tho warehouse and wout up to
call on some friends. iuey had
not askod tbo captain for tho boat
and naturally ho was put out
about the raittr. When he found
that tho boit did not return ho
sent ashoro eoran other mon who
brought it back. Tho natives had
thoir good time and then roturned
to tho steamer.
A Sharp Cut in Knives,
And a chance to get a bargain, while they last. We lately
bad sent to us 230 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 rqakea 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,
Fort and Kins Sts.
Columbia and Hnmbler A gouts.
Pretty McmmtlK nf Ifnttlo nf Manila
tiny from J. J, V.iiilrrv.rr.
The pooplonf Honolulu remom
bor J. J. Vanderveor, Iho bright
member of tho Baltimore's crow.
Ho got up miDstrel shows by
bluejackets in tho opera house
and was editor of papers printed
on board different flagships. Mr.
Vanderveer is now attached to tho
U. 8. F. S. Olympia. By last
mail he pent to several friends
in Honolulu cnpis of his work,
"Souvenir of U. S 8. littllimoro at
the Battlo of Manila Bay." It is
n handsome album Bhnped book,
printed iu Hongkong. The letter
press is in red aud blue, making
with tho white paper tho national
colors. Initials, headings and
borders nre given the red. Pho
togravures of tho Baltimore,
Olympia and Raleigh, also of Ad
mini Dewey and officers and crew
in groups nppenr in gond shapo
"Van" concludes his book, which
contains a complete accuuut of
tho battle, with the following
Come comrades fill your glasses, and cease
each merry jest,
Let every one among you think of her
whom he love-, bet.
From M-ilne to California, in far off lands
God bless the Rlrls who love us. the girls
our ne.iris now dear.
Sweethearts and wives, wherever we
Rack flv our thoughts to you and home.
Sweethearts and wives, fond hearts and
With tear-dimmed eyes we drink to you.
Make It a bmmper, comrades, and each
one standing near
Will whisper soft above his glass the
name he holds most dear.
And as we drink la silence, and o'er the
Our loving thoughts fly back tonight, we
urinic to inose at Dome.
Ilo.pltiel at Nt. I.1111U.
The hospital spokon of somo
timo ago in this paper in connec
tion with St. Louis College has
beon completed. It is an improve
ment ovor tho plans at first arranged.
-33 Queen Street
SATURDAY, May 27, ISO!),
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, 31 Queen street, I
will sell at public auction an invoice of
Fine Rattan Ware
SETTEES, ETC. ETC.
Articles will be on view at my sales
room on Friday, May 26, from 9 a. m. to
4 P. m.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
3) Queen Street.
Chang Chan and Lung Chan, former
ly members of the firm of Wing Wo Lung
& Co., have this day withdrawn from
WING WO LUNG & CO.
T. AHUNG, Manager.
Honolulu, H. I., May 26, 1809. i2ii-t
P. II. Brooks Division No. I,
U. R. K. P.
Hent to nfurm School.
Antono Fretas, Enos Fmga and
Minuol Benson appeared in the
Polico Court this forenoon on the
charge of larceny in the second
degree. Theso nro tho throo boys
arrested in connection with the
ocoupanoy of tho old Hnwlein
Iioubo by a gang of boys. Judge
Wilcox sontonced each of the boys
to two years in tho IWorm Re'-n 1
Every member of the above division Is
hereby ordered to meet at their Armory,
K. of P. Hall, Fort street, on Sunday at 2
p. nt., tor the purpose of participating In
MeniotUI and Decoration Day services of
the Order. Full dress uniform.
Per order Captain Com minding.
S. J. SALTER, S. K. R.
A full attendance is urgently requested.
"During June, July
and August, the above rate for
Board and Lodging per month will
prevail nt the
On SATURDAY, May 27th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At tho promlsos, Quootij streot, roar of
thti Pims-lt Estate) olllco, I will soil at
25 IIEAD HOUSES AND MARIS.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
:HAS S DESKY
I. F. POST
The $10,000 Beauty
Serpentine Dancer as Um GODOLSS I'ULE.
Me 22a Soprano.
Mp. Frank Barton,
Dullone anJ Comtdlan
General Admission. i;c. and 50c.
Last tlx rows lor Children under n yean, too
Reserved Chairs, 50c.
Seats can tx booked by rlnslne up Telephone 54a,
Saturday Matinee at
2:30 p. m.
Admh!nn to Any rar of 'he house, aJutts 9 cenU
'i llrti i nt
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