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THE EVENIKO BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., MAY 27, 1899.
This tract of most desirable Suburban property
now being opened up with 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 Uahu Plantations, and Pearl Lochs, at its feet. It is en
tirely n moved from all planting of rice or taro, thereby obviat
ftig the possibilities of ague and fever. Twelve broad streets
give aiv.ss to the ptoperty, and are crossed by six avenues.
Sev-M' , .t these Boulevards are now opened up, the balance in
coui ' construction.
I-iom its position it is entirely removed from the high
wir and heavy showers of Aanoa and Nuuanu Valleys,
gu.n feeing from its solt ocean breezes a salubrious climate.
A pumping pl.int, in the course of installation, settles
the ., i ;tion of water, which will be furnished to purchasers
of it oroperty at Government rates ; this flow of water being
assii : from two 12-inch wells which under measurement
she -oarlv 4.000,000 gallons in twenty-four hours.
hc'se lots contain an area of 1 5.000 square feet each,
in.1 of two sizes--100 x 150 and IS x 200.
I ERWS : $400 per lot, $50 additional for corners, spot
cast, 700 per lot, $50 additional for corners $20 cash, and
$10 ii'omhly installments per lot.
On and after June 1st the above pur
chase price will be advanced 650 per lot.
jYIAP OF PROPERTY on view at our office ; and for
turther particulars apply to
GEAR, LANSING & CO.
u gj xo, corner Keeaumobu anJKIniustt,
aajy far bulldinc.next to lunJsome residences
ti i io too, clcht fine Residence Lots f actnc on
lunalllo and Klnau &lrcels rhe are very
choice lots on lino proposed Rapid Transit,
. icox 290. on Deretanla street, near Keeau
moku strict, running through to roune street.
O-s n the nost desirable hull tine; sites In the
In 401 ti x wo, on Nobtey street, Kallhl, llh L on
side sirift. Good elevation, Rood view: cheap;
must be t-cn to be appreciated
FOR S ALF On Young n near K'aplo'anl, a choice
tetlJrnce of t beJrnnt 1. parlor and dining room,
kKI'-n and pinir, bat'i and palint W, C; good
pV i ' ins. -nb'e, out-liuuses, tenants' quarters.
Uo'lirioii 1 rupetty; rents furlio monthly, blre
I Int. jj.x 135. I
FOR SALE AT HILO.
mti.ff A BAKERY doing pood business, store on the principle thorough
9tUU fare. cIimp rent. FIFTEEN YEAR LEASE OF THIS PROP
ER TY Wll L HE SOLO SEPARATELY. Two story building, with good living
n-mns above, everything complete as regards Bakery, Including wagon and horses;
llviiiK rroms furnished. Owner desires to sell on account of ill health, satisfactory
Units cm be arranged with a desirable party.
GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
Judd Building. Fort Street.
Wm IMPORT COMPANY
Model Block, - - Fort Street.
l I I I ssHHllllfils..l M
222 350 dozen Ladies' Fast
Black tiermsdorf Dyes, Lisle
Thread Hose. Will be placed
on sale from 10 to 12 o'clock at
555 cents, regular 50-cent Hose.
Mo more than six pairs to each
person will be sold.
3 250 dozen Gents' full
f'nished Balbriggan Hose, at 9
nts a pair, regular price 15
nts. One dozen to each per
PACIFIC IMPORT CO.
'1!, Wlsslwmry Gleaners will give a
llwn 1 .1 ly at fie home of W. R. Castle,
con cr of Victoria and Klnau streets, Sat
urday afternoon, May 27th, from 3 to 6
o'clock. Admission, 2J cents.
No. 4? In Kaplolanl Park, tooxioo; a desirable
home, containing owner's barn, out houses, etc.;
fruit and ornamental trees. Either for (ale or
will be leased to a desirable tenant.
No. 4975 x t5, on Anapunl street. Cottage 7 rooms
and bath. Good view, high elevation; cheap.
jo 75 x aoo Magailne,
Spencer. Good elevation;
and Thurston and
faces on three sts.
No, 51 g x 157, corner Wilder Avenve and Kewalo,
Nice house of 7 rooms and bath, large grounds;
fruit and ornamental trees; barn and 'out
buildings. TO LIT A desirable ReslJence on Magazine St.
(Punchbowl), seven rooms, bath and toilet; barn,
chicken h'ue servants' quarters. Large grounds,
with fruit and ornamental trees. Beautiful view of
During my absence from the Islands,
Mr. Samuel P. Chllllngworth will act for
me In my General Business, and as Solicit
ing Agent for the Japan Emigration Com
pany, under full power of attorney.
G. E. BOARDMAN.
Honolulu, Oahu, H. I., May 22, 1899.
5:!''', '" ''' totumn ill h imltlld at 1 1 null
Hon; jo ri a wtik and n etnli a mmitb. THi ii Ibi
tbtaptit aJvtrtiunf tver offtrtJ Ibi ptoflt of Ihnctutu.
WILL the party who took charge of a Dog tor Mr
S. N. An.lr.ui. lllr I',, II ..I !. II.
V who p.HM-d throuch here for M.in'1.1 lat June,
please communicate with L. M., P, O, Box aoo, City.
pOI SALE The furniture of asi room home, con
l listing of parlor, furniture, two bedroom suites.
two Iron beds, wicker clitlrs Hrussels rugs, matting,
wood stove, "Oem" blue flame stove, mosquito nets,
lamps, etc. Will sell chear. House can be rented If
desired. Call at Klnau street, 4th house from Alapal
RR SALT A good gentle horse, buggy and har
ness, complete. Arrlv to JOHN SULLIVAN.
Pantheon Stable. taji-lf
PR SALE-One SHIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
order. Apply to H, G. Hlart. Fort St. uctt-lf
A TWO-MANUALand Pedal Dass HELD ORGAN
" Suitable for chapel or resljence Hergstrom
Music l-o.. I on street. 1007
BEST 15 cent meal In ton. Try It and be con
vinced. Llnd's Excelsior Restaurant. 1041
WANTED To purchase 1 Toot Mortise Machtne
J. C. CIIAMIILRLIN. P. O. Box i. ia)i-;
WANTED itn Men 10 cet shsved for ise. (white
barbers) II. JLn S, 6to!4 Tort stteet. upp.
Club Slab'es uoo-tt
TO I.FT-DFSK ROOM spaces to let Apply to
1 HAWAIIAN IRON rLNCL- AND MONUMLN-
TAL CO.,641 King street.
I OST A Min's Sliver Watch,
L lanJlng, near Queen strert.
between the Hoal
and the Oceanic
wharf. A suitable reward
same to this office.
Is offered for return of
BOARD AND ROOMS.
NICELY IURNISIIED FRONT ROOM, with or
without board. Rest locality; terms moderate.
5t Deretanla street next City feed Store, isoo-im
A, rlCIIMKDKN KUiriDKM.
A. Scbraedou, n former employ
of the Custom House and nt tbe
time of hie death, nu employe of
tbo Hawaiian Electrio Company,
ooramitted Buicide by tnking a
mixture of pennaimanato of po
tash and carbolic ncid between the
bouts of four nnd fivo o'clock
yesterday afternoon. A Coroner's
Inqnest was held nt tbo police
station shortly aftor tbo body
roacbed tbnt place and tbo verdict
was death by suicide. Among tbe
witnesses were the wife of tbe de
censed, the druggist who sold the
carbolio acid to Scbraeden; M. S.
Perry, tbo backmau who drovo
deceiiHod down town; Dr Emor
6011, the prison phyaicinu vh. ex
amined tbo body and Ollicor Ma
nasB who was sent to tbo homo of
Scbmeden iu renpoiino to a call.
The fmicrnl will tuVco place from
the uudertxkiuK parlors of LI. 11.
Williaras tomorrow afternoon. A
Co. F, N. G. H , of which deopns
ed was n member, have token
charge of all tbe arrangements.
For some time past, deceased
bad been having troublo with bia
wifo. This story is an old one.
Yesterday, be bought some car
bolic ncid. In the afternoon be
twecu 4 nnd 5 o'clock ho took
B.ttue ot tlin poison in tue presence
of his wifo. When be went to
take another dose, Rev. S. E.
Bishop happened to be on the
scene and dashed the glass from
the man's Lnd. When tbe polico
odicer arrived bo hurriedly swat,
lowed another dose and was dead
in a frw minutes, notwithstanding
the efforts of tho ollicer to make
him vomit the poison.
Before taking tho last doeo of
poison, deceased handed n note to
tbo hack drivpr in which 'he
blames his wife for tho act, saying
that ebo told him to take his life.
riaieliall TliU Afternoon.
There is prnmiso of a fino after
noon and everyono should there
fore go out to see the Star and Ka
mehameha teams crosb bats on tbo
Makiki baseball grouude). The
boys are in pond trim and will
play a Hue came, This year's sea-
sou will bo as much of a buccoeb
as Inst year's eeahon was a failure.
It should be kept iu mind that the
came begiiiH nt 8:30 o'clock sharp.
Tbo following will raako up the
Stars. position. kaaehameiia.
Gorninn Catcher Kekuewa
T. Jackson Pitcher. Renter
Sorer 1st Base Cockett
Moore 2nd li.ise Mahuka
Hart irJ Base Wise
Thompson Short Stop Burgess
Klley Lett l-leld Leslie
Woods Center Field Kaanol
Jackson Right Field Crowell
Itfpreentutlon of Hawaii.
Tho National Educational As
sociation will hold its aununl
mooting at Los Angoles, Gal., July
11-14. Among tho items on the
program are these: "A History
of Schools iu Hawaii," by Mrs.
Emma L. Dillingham, Honolulu.
"The Education Problem in Ha
waii." bv Hon. Henrv 8. Town-
I send, Inspector Goueralot bcIiooIb
For additional Shipping News see seventh page.
fi Diamond Henri Slfrnnl Station, May
27, 1 p in Weather hussy, wind light
Weather llurcnu, Ptinabou, fny 27
Temperature Mornlntf mlnliniiin,
71; Mitliluy iimxluium, 78.
(Darome'ci corrected for gravity .oo.)
Barometer, 0 n tn, 30.00. Sternly.
Rntlifnll, tlo, .20.
Htiiulillty nt I) a m 03 percent.
Dow Point 03 P.
Friday, Mny 20.
Stmr Mokolll, Dtttlolt, from Knu
unknkal. Slmr TiClnin, Hennett, from Olown
hi; sujrnr to W O Irwin & Co.
O S H Alnmeiln, Van Otcrentlorp,
from tin; Colonies; pniscugcM anil
imlso to W G Irwin & Uo.
Am hUtu Irmmirtl, .Schmidt, 12
ilti.vs from Pun Krnticls"o; 1200 tons
mi'lie to K A Holinefer it Co.
Stmr Maul, Wulstiarth. from TIa
maUiin via Knlaupnp.i, 7 lira, Oil heutl
of raltle to the Leper Settlement; 45"i()
bags siiKnr to W O Irwin it Uo, Dill
hugs HtlKiir toT II Daviea & Co.
Salurilnv, May 27.
StinrKiuial, Itruhu,for LuIiuIlu and
U S A T Conlennlal, ICigles, for
Ht'hoonor Fred K Santleri, Svciihou,
for Port Towusentl.
OSS Alnmcrin, Van Olorenilorp,
paengers and mall for S.m Fr.iu
clseo. The Lohua is unloading sugar.
'J ho Irmgard commences dis
charging her cirgo today.
Tbo U 8 A Transport Grant is
expected bero about tho 3l'tb.
Tbo Lehua discharged sugar
into tho Alameda this morning.
Tho Kinau will bo in from
Mnui aud Hawaii porta lato to
Tbo Kauni hid a largo deck
load of lumber aud bricks for La
Tho Fort Qoorgo will havo a
very largo cargo of sugar for Han
Tbe Mauna Ala is alongside the
Inter Inland wharf today tnkiug
Mr V W Needhara from Koloa
was a passenger on tho steamer
Tbe Fred E. SamW sailed in
ballast for the Sound at au early
hour this morning.
Tho band rendered the popular
airs at the departure of tho Alt
meda this raoruing.
Tho Andrew Welch made fast
to tho Oceanic wharf as soon as
the Alameda was out of tbo way.
Tho steamer Keauhou which
cacao in last nigbt htd 4257 his
of sugar aboard consigned to H H
Tbo Alameda wns almost an
hour late in getting away this
morning. Sho was kept back by
the sugar it wm necessary for her
to take on.
The steumor Eilohana arrived
this raorninc with 4100 lines of
sugar consigued to Al xander aud
ualdwin. L'ursor A it Ferguson
reports a strong bead cea in lb
channel, with a strouu N E wind.
The Kilohana pissed tho Mik'tla
at half past six laet evening. Mr.
Ferguson reports tbo Noetu load
ing at Eleele, the Waialoale at
Koloa and the Jas Makee at Ha
namaulu. Tbn latter boat could
not enter Eapxa on necouut of the
heavy BPaB. The Kilouaun left
The Irmgard, American barken
tine from San Francisco wiih a
largo general cargo amvid yester
day afternoon and anchored off
the nsbmnrket wharf, lbo Irm
gard wan four days late in leaving
tbe Const. Sho sailed on the 14th
instead of the 10th. She Ihih a
deck load of live stock, nnd among
other things: 505 1!Ih flour (J ch
bats aud caps, 455 pkg machin
ery, 1'-99 cs oin ued goods, 00 cs
and 5 bbU salmon, 81 cs hard
ware, 189 pkgi groceries and pro
visions, 2250 lbs meal, 75 cs piints
and oils, COO sks bran, 100 sks
hhorts, 295 kegs white lend, 110
pkgs car material, It. 00 bxs soap,
18 mules, 2G2 tons fertilizer, 1350
lbs dried fruits, 1(J0 bbls lime. I
cs dry good, 410 otls barley, 500
cs coal oil, 9384 lbs beann, 11,300
lbs lard, 80 lbs tea, 11 horses,
2100 manufactured tobacco, 19,913
lbs bread, 89,550 brioks, 295,000
Iba sugar, 450 ek middlings 190
otls corn, 37 bxs raiins, 900 lbs
sued, 250 bales hay, 4272 guls and
70 cs wino and 4 rolls leuther.
From Ealnupapn, per slmr
Maui, May 2G Dr Oliver, O B
From Knlon, per etrar Keauhou,
A Sharp Cut in
And a chance to get a bargain, while they last. VTe 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 but as soon as we had selected our
stock. You will see them in our window 5.0c 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
Oor. Fort and Kino: Sts.
prnt Half million Uollnra.
In speaking of tho baud this
forenoon Prolpssor Berger, the
popular bandmaster moulioued
some interesting facts. He stated
among other things that, during
tho twenty seven years of his ex
istence, tbo Hawaiian band hud
spent just a half milliou dollars.
Cut Flowers & Floral
For Decoration Day, May 30, 1890.
MRS. AMY L. KING,
I23i-2t At Woman's Exchange.
The Orpheum Hotel
and Ice Cream Parlors
open TO-DAY, May 27.
Dr. Anderson, Dentist,
By the S. S. Moana, will resume
the practice of his profession on
MONDAY, MAY 29th. 1231
A cordial Invitation Is extended by
GEO.W. DE LONG POST NO 45,
G. A. R., to all sojourning and visiting
Comrades, veterans, members of kindred
organizations, and the general public, to
attend MEMORIAL SERVICES at the
Christian Church, corner of King and
Alakea streets, on Sunday evening, 28th
instant, at 7:30 p. m.
PJr order P. C.
JAS. T. COPELAND,
1231-it Post Adjutant.
P. H. Brooks Division No. I,
U. R. K. P.
Every member of the above division Is
hereby ordered to meet at thrir Armory,
K. of P. Hall, Fort street, on Sunday at 2
p.m., for the purpose of participating in
Memorial and Decoration Day services of
the Order. Full dress uniform.
Per order Captain Commanding.
S. J. SALTER, S. K. R.
A full attendance is urgently requested.
invoice just received.
Wilder & Co., Ltd.
& SON, Ltd,
: 33 Queen Street
WEDNESDAY, May 31,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.f
At my salesroom, 31 Queen street, I
will sell by public auction an invoice of
Fine Rattan Ware
Articles will be on view nt my
room on Tuesday, May 30, from 9 a.
4 P- m.
JAS. E. MORGAN,
33 Queen Street.
The undersigned offers for sale a valu
able parcel of Land on the southeast
corner 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 2$ per
For further particulars
JAS. F. MORGAN,
1 1 76 33 Queen St.
:ilAS. S DESKY PROPRIETOR
I.F. POST MANAGER
The $10,000 Beauty
Serpentine Dancer, the CODDLSS PELB.
Mr. Frank Barton,
Bailtone ani ComidUn
May Ashley t
Violet Dale '
General Admission, kc. anJ yc.
Last sin rows lor Children under 11 years, 10c.
Reserved Chairs, W.
5rt ran tiokrd by rlnplnp im Tlrfc. .
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