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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., MAY 30, 1899.
Ilnvnnn, Mav Sl.-GciiHrnl
Gomez enid in his uiuiiifuHto tlmt
if occasion required he would goto
"WnshiDgtou nud plead for tho
welfare of Cuba. Cespedes snid
touiylit Gomez would aon Presi
dent McKiuIey nud ask if eomo
ihinK would uot be done imme
diately. Cea pedes is going to
America ou Tlmreday on per
sonal business, and Gomez may
j Tbo situntiou hero remains tho
same touny as yosleruay. Gov
ernor General Brook took a trip
into the country.
J. hero id no information at
Vedado in rogard to the much dis
cussed decrHe. General Gomez is
fast loiiun prestige with his army,
and anti-Gomez leadors are taking
ovrfry opportunity to increase the
feeling of bitloroess.
Y M . A. Nntn.
Tho social committo of the Y.
M. 0 A. held a tneetiug in the
Assncintint) hull last oveulug for
tho purpose, of arranging a social
evening for tho members of tho
Y. M. 0. A. a wpok from Thurs
day. There will be a musical
program ns well up horizntil bar
find Indian club swinging acts in
tho gymnasium. Inv t thus will
' be st-nt to membnrs only bat each
will havo the privilogo of taking
said the elevator man, " is ts
easy on a
as on this elevator, and the
power required to run the Tri
bune up a hill amounts to al
most nothing. It's a great
THE TRIBUNE FOR
EASE AND COMFORT.
D. B. WHITMAN,
Pacific Heights Notice.
Applications will be received at the office of BRUCE
WARING & CO. for the purchase of Lots on
Situated on the magnificent hillside between Nuuanu and
Pauoa Valleys, and commanding a superb marine and scenic
view stretching from Diamond Head over Punchbowl to the
Waianae range of mountains.
A broad, winding Boulevard giving access to the property
is now in course of construction, and choice lots of sufficient
area for magnificent homesteads will soon be available.
On the Nuuanu side of the hill is a Pali protecting it from
the high winds and heavy showers of Nuuanu Valley, ensuring
a salubrious climate.
The elevation of the property is from ISO to 7S0 feet
above sea level.
Applications will be numbered and filed, and choice will
be allotted according to the number of the applications.
Only $1,000 for a lot 100 x 200 feet. Terms easy.
BRUCE WARING & CO.,
Rooms 7 and 8, Progress Block.
Goods - - - -
New Music Boxes
New Chickering and
In the Music Line.
BERGSTM MUSIC C0.,Ltd.
EST Pianos sold on Installments of $io per month.
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA STREETS.
Headquarters far Stella, Regina, Olympia Music Boxes.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Tomorrow night chnugo of pro
grnin at the Orpliuum.
A newly furniHUPd front room
is to lot. doe To Lot column.
Tho Pticilio Import Company
will hold a greiit Halo on Friday,
Juno 2, comprising live great
apeoialB. Seo ad ou pngo 8i
Don't fail to boo Gloriro ns
Quei'ii Pelo, and Post, May Ash
ley, Violet Dftlo nnd company in
tho "SlO.l'OJ Beauty" at tho Or
plieuui. Wm. H.JConey will havechargo
charge of tho local work of the
Bulletin when Oity Editor Logan
InkeB up his work for the Omaha
The ndjourned mooting of the
ABsociat"d Charities takes place
tomorrow afternoon nt !) o'clock,
nt the loonii of tho Hawaiian
Safo Deposit Co.
An uudcrwi iter's ealo of dnm
aued sugar will tako place on
Wednesday, at 12 uoou, at Allen
& Itobiusnn's wliHrf, Jas. F. Mor
gan auction. See ad on page 8.
F. J. Church of the Lo Mutiyou
Photo Supply Co. thij moruiug
received tho sad news of tho
death of his mother, at tho family
homo ou tho Iludsou, in New
Ng Fnwn, of Kwong Lpo Yuen
it Co., Kiug strcot, offers to con
tract to sell tiro tliousaud bsgt (or
less quautity) of No. 1 Hawaiian
rice, j early for tho period of five
years, coranienciug with Juue
ctop, for the sum of five dollar
por 100 pounds. Delivery to be
in ado on tho wharf at Honolulu.
The fifteenth annual mating of
tho Hawaiian Jockey Club takes
placo on Saturday and Monday,
June 10 nnd 12. Tho first day's
program comprises seven and the
second day's niuo events. All
enteries must bo lodged with tho
secretary before 2 p.m. Wednesday,
Juuo 7. Entrance fco ten per
cent of tho purso unless otherwise
ordered. See New 'J oday.
Cuiiturtil it Nli"r Oi,
At about 11 o'clock Saturday
night, tho policeman on tho Fort
street beat, discovered a small
show case tilled with sample col
lars on the sHowulk, outside of
ouo of tho men's furnishing stores.
He immediately took tho thiug iu
his arms nud delivered it to tho
night ckrk at tho police station.
Topeka, Kas., May 18. Former
Duited StBtes Senator William
Alfoid Peffer has returned to tho
Republican party. PelTer says
the Democracy has swallowed tho
Populists nationally aud the is.
sues upon which tho People a
Party worobuilt have settled them
selves. Ilrtit Hnjjr Kxlilbll at l'arlt.
Loa Angeles, May itO The
agent for Southern California of
the various beet-sugar fao'orios
has promised Major Bon Truman,
one of tho Parts OornraisBionors,
that a superb exhibit of the beet
eugar industry will be sent to the
Dentil at SIluo.
Grace, tho youngest daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Cartor died at tbo
homo of the parents at Mnkno on
tho other sido of the island yoster
day afternoon. Tho fuueral will
tako placo this afternoon. Dp-
cousod was born ou July 21, 1899.
Umviim Clly in Ailin.
Victoria, 13. C, May 20.-Tho
main portion of tho city of Daw
sou was destroyi 1 by tire on April
20. causing a lotn of 4,0C0,0U0. In
all, 111 buildings, including tho
Bank of British North America,
I.ntrat Nlijfiir (luolatlnna.
Now York, My 22. Sugar
Haw, linn and quiet; fair i dining,
-1 l-8c; coutrifugal 00 test 4 5-8o :
molasses sugar, lc. He fined, quiet
aud firmer; crushed, 5 7 8c; pow
dored, 5Jc; granulated, C 3-3o.
The greatest novelty of the ye.ir.
Flies 50 to 100 feet.
For sale only by
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
N. B. The trade supplied. Write
FRED J. CROSS,
-CnuMiltliiK ami Siipcrlnlciiillnc
r.lociro-lliilrnulle I'mvor TrnnmlHlon
RKI'OHTS AND KsrtTMATlS
KIMtNISIIKD. . . .
With fiitton-Noll Co., CJtieon stteot.
OniiMi noxt to IVistollkii. 12!M
T G. IIAILENTYNE
II I'. I AKIN.
Ballenty ne & Eakin
Only Pii'Ht-CliiKH Amcrlcmi
RcHtiiurjint in the City.
Ice Cream Parlors
Bread, Cake, etc., delivered to any
part of the city free.
HONOLULU, It. I.
HUSINWSS LUNCH, from 11 n m. till
2 p. in 25 emits
DINNT.lt, from 6 to 7 p. in 60 opium
ROTARY PUBLIC and UPEWR1TEB
Olfirt. o8 AWrchanl ttrrrt Cmptll block, rr
J. O Orfr't offlcc P. O II ix tq,
EDMUND II. HART,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Convtyanttr ni Seirchtr ol Records.
Olin-o Caitipboll's Illock, Morrlmnt St.
Nxt door to lUwiltin Wine Co.
I call for and deliver, without extra clnrce, yotir Blcy-
Ttsm tnat needs
And w e w I
cle Gun, Typewriter, or any article of fine mechnnl:
KODAK AND CAMDRA REPAIRIANG A SPECIALTY.
Our Tennis Racket restrlnghiK Is only eqiLilled by the factories.
Give us a till.
& ' S-
A. W. PEARSON, Remember the
312 Fort St. $ 'Phone 565.
In selecting Giffc
nwny points are to be considered:
FirM of .til, wliere Is the largest
and nest display to be seen
Secomt, trie quality and prices?
After you have conv'nr'il voijf.
self on theseltwoipolnts the rest
have on disclav the
largest and greatest variny ol 1
CHOICE GOODS ever offered
in Honolulu. We know our price!
are right, because we buy right J
from the manufacture , 0i wb'
saving the percentage nnde bj
the middle man.
When you come to our stort
we feel it our duty to famuhrizt
you with the goods wc carry, and
our time is yours.
Come and inspect our stock. 3
Goods are all marked in plain
Ladies', Gents' and
In all grades from the cheap
est to the best. Sanitary,
Diamond and Hermsdorf Dyes
10 FORT ST.