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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JUNE 3,
8 SMPOfST 001PM
Model Block, - - Fort Street.
i will start you
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til . VI I til
11 ....Prices that I -; $ .... Prices that
L.I Fil - r
FRIDAY, JUNE 2ND,
S WE WILL OFFER S
1st. 100 doz Men's Overshirts,
regular price 50c; today at 25c.
2nd. 50 doz Men's Ovepshipts,
regular price 69c; today at 49c.
3rd. 100 doz Men's fast black
Hose, Hermsdorf Dyes ; well
worth 25c; today 1 2c.
4th. T5 doz Men's Balbrigan
Hose, full finish double heels
and toes; at 9c, good value at 15c.
5th. 150 doz Ladies' Balbrigan
Hose, Hermsdorf Dyes; regular
50c hose ; today at 25c.
PACIFIC IMPORT CO.
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,
Vtanoa and Palolo Valleys, with the City of Honolulu, Ewa
md Oahu Plantations, and Pearl Lochs, at its feet. It is en
tirely removed from all planting of rice or taro, thereby obviat
rng the possibilities of ague and fever. Twelve broad streets
jive access to the property, and are crossed by six avenues.
Seven of these Boulevards are now opened up, the balance in
:ourse of construction.
From its position it is entirely removed from the high
vinds and heavy showers of Manoa and Nuuanu Valleys,
guaranteeing from its solt ocean breezes a salubrious climate.
A pumping plant, in the course of installation, settles
he question of water, which will be furnishqd to purchasers
of this property at Government rates ; this flow of water being
issured from two 12-inch wells which under measurement
?how nearly 4,000,000 gallons in twenty-four hours.
These lots contain an area of 15,000 square feet each,
md are of two sizes 100 x 10 and 7? x 200.
TERAS : $450 per lot, $50 additional for corners, spot
cash. $550 per lot, $$Q additional for corners $20 cash, and
$10 monthly installments per lot, no interest.
' AAP OF PROPERTY on view at our office ; and for
'urther particulars apply to
GEAR, LANSING & CO.
o. i3 s)5 x aoo, corner k'eeaumoku anJ K'lnau sts ,
reaJy for building, next to handsome residences
fo. ro v x 100, eight fine Residence Lots facing on
l.unalilo and K'lnau streets. These are very
choice lots, on line proposed Rapid Transit,
fo a 5 100 x 390. on Heretanla street, near ICeeau-
moku street, running through to Young street.
One of the most desirable building sites In the
o. 40 13 x jjo, on Nobley street, Kallhl, with Lon
side street. Good elevation, good view: cheap;
must be keen to be appreciated.
fTOR SALE On Young st , near Kaplolanl, a choice
I residence of 1 bed-rooms, parlor and dining room,
litclien and pantry, bath and patent W, C; good
tlumblng, stable, out-houses, servants' quarters,
"iood Income property, renis fur $40 monthly, Slje
t lor, 75 x 155.
FOR SALE AT HILO.
rtQAOn A BAKERY doing rooJ business, store on the principle thorough
();UUU fare, cheap rent. Two story building, with good living
rooms above, everything complete as regards Rakery, Including wagon and horses;
living rooms furnished. Owner desires to sell on account of ill health, satisfactory
terms can be arranged with a desirable party. Fifteen year lease on this property
will be sold separately.
GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
Judd Building, Fort Street.
Four Clergymen from Kauai
arrived on the- Mikalmla this
morning, in order to he present fit
the first meeting of the- Evanqo
licnl Association which tiikoA
plnco today. TUo niunes of tbo
reverend gentlemen are ns follows:
G. L. Kapa, W. P. Opunul.J.
Hiu and S. Knili.
:, make pcrman-
$ ent customers.
No. 4 j 75 x uj. on Anapunl street. Cottage 7 rooms
and bath. Good view, high elevation; cheap.
No. so 7S x zoo Magailne, and Thurston and
Spencer, Good elevation; faces on three sts.
No, ji )i x st. corner Wilder Avenve and Kewalo.
Nice house of 7 rooms and bath: large grounds;
fruit and ornamental trees; barn and out
buildings. TO LET A desirable Residence on Magailne st.
(Punchbowl); seven rooms, bath and toilet; barn,
chicken house, servants' quarters. Large grounds,
with fruit and ornamental trees, lieautiful view of
In Siac IMlontlis
New , iulclv method. 'I enns ?5 per
mo. Speci.il attention to adult begin
ners. Addres "MUSICIAN," Bulle
tin oflice. 1234
flfCS'''''' ' lu column n l7 inutleJ at It emit
aW alwefiril tnttrtton; to ctnti teeonj tnter
lion; fo eenlt J week onJ to eenlt a month. Jttt it lie
thtafeil aJiertttwt ever offereJ Ibefeofle of Honolulu.
NTED A rmlllnn by .i rcKtaMe 1 1 1 .n
llusekrew for clderlt renllfnun. ,'JJnss
tins ntluc u,7
WANTED-A Phyvian wishes a suit.- ( m ns In
thi-Ulnlt of Hawaiian Hotel. Rintn" "Nf
IfMiltiMc. Arr' .it '""" "Pln.clan," P O. llo
ANTnD rirstilni Jilhcry man for retail pro
'" leryhouse well acquainted with iheiclly. He
ft rem es reiiulreJ, Arply by If Iter P. O Out m.
WANTED-Second-hmd l.aJloi OolJ Watch. Ad
Jrcsi Watch," tills oflice Mating prk-e nJ
WANTED Gentlemen of )o with previous experi
ence wishes situation as attendant to Invalid or
nurse AdJres, I). Ilnlletln office. mi-w
WANTED joo. Men to eethaed for 15c (while
barbers). II. JEI I S. 6i!J Tort strict, opp.
Club Stablei. mj-tf
LOST -fireen leather Purse at the corner of I ort
anJ Kukul street,. Name Inside In jitiltt tellers
If finJcr vsfll return tn their o'ticetlie mnne mat be
LOST- last SatiirJax somewliere In the nuhlor
I100J of Ihinchbowl and IVretmla streets a I asso.
nier please leave at llulli-lln ottlie. 1 ts-tw
FOR SAI.I - Onacitof Jeparture HoiisehoU furni
ture contained in house. No urn He retanl.i street,
between Punchbowl anJ Alapal streets. Also LaJ
Sterling lllcwle in lust .lass conJItion. uis iw
pnu s..i i
A kooJ nentle horse. binnry anJ ti.tr
I ness, compute.
rtppi to JUIIW SULLIVAN,
COR SALE-One SIIIP.MAN ENGINE In perfect
T order. Arply to II. G. Rlart. Tort St. itoylf
A TWO-MANUAL an J Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
" Suitable for chapel or residence. Uergstrom
Music Co., Tort street. ,0I.
EST cent meal In town. Try It ani be con-
vincea. una $ txceisior tcestauranr. 1041
TO LIT Sewlv lurnlsheJ I'ront Room with all
convenknees Mosquito proof. J44 llerctanla St ,
corner Pumhbowl. 1214-tw
TO LET-DESK' ROOM space to let. AppIv to
HAWAIIAN IRON I ENCIi AND .MONUMEN
TAL CO . (41 Kins street. t6
WILL the party who took clntRe of a Dog for Mr.
S N AnJrmis, Hurler Co. H 1st Reir., I . S.
V who passej through here for Man'la last June
please communicate with II M.. P. O. Ifox 900, Cltj
HOARD AND HOOMS.
1CCLY IURNI5IICI) FRONT ROOM, with or
without txtjrJ. Utt iWdlllv! terms moJtnte.
jtj HcreUnia street next City PeeJ Store, izog-tm
:has. s. desky proprietor
j. f. post managep
My Wife's Brother
Serpentine Dancer, as the GODDESS PELE.
Mr. Frank Barton,
Baritone anJ Comedian.
jenerat AJmlsslon. j;c. anJ soc.
Last six rous for ChllJren unJer n sears, roc.
Reserved Chairs, 50C.
Seats can be bookeJ by rlnclnr up Telephone 549
THE EVENT OF THE SEASON !
Hawaiian Opera House
SATURDAY, JUNE 10TH,
MONDAY, JUNE I2TH.
Engagement of the Eminent Actor,
WILLIAM McVAY !
And His Associate Players,
In Shakespeare's Sublime Tragedy,
A Perfect Production In everv detail
Sprclal Scenery and Elegant New Cos
tumes made especially for the play.
Reserved seats for both performances
now on sale at Wall, Nichols Co.'s.
NEW SCALIi OP PRICES :
Boxes $10 00
Orchestra Circle i 50
Dress Circle (first four rows) 1 50
Balcony (first three rows) 100
Back of third row, Balcony 75
(Vin GUAM, should sufficient In
On or about the 10th of June,
City of Columbia.
I'or froight or iuss.igo apply to IT. K.
WAMvKK, Agont, Lincoln lllock. King
For sUittorul Shipping News see seventh page.
Diamond Head filiriml Station, Jtinu
.1, 1 1 m Wenther lm.y, wind light
Weather ltureau, l'limihoti. Jtine 3
Teiiiiwruture Mornlnir minimum,
711 Midday maximum, 82.
(Barometer corrected for gravity- .06 )
Jsaroiuctur, 0 a in, .'Kl.OO. ItlsltiK.
Rainfall, do, 0.00.
Humidity at 0 a in 01 percent.
Dew Point GO !'.
Krlilny, Juno L.
Hlmr JU'lunc, Macrionnlil, from lln
inakiia, with tunar.
Slinr J.ohiia, Bennutt, from Knuna
kakai. Am bktnu Plantur. McNvil. 15 tlays
from San Francisco; genutnl cargo to
H llnciuulil fct'o.
Saturday, June 3.
Stmr Jmncs Mnkee, Tullctt, from
Stmr Walaleale, Green, from Kntinl
172 bags of sugar to H Hackfeld & Co.
Stmr Mlkalmln. Thompson, from
Kauai: nassengerM. nntl -KS00 bags of
sugar to Alexander it Baldwin.
Br S S J)orle, Smith. San Fran-
Am suhr V It AVINon, C Johnson,
(Jruy'ij Harbor, ,in liallnst.
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
The bark Mohican is unloading
at Brewer's wharf.
Tlio steamer Keauhou is dis
charging at Waimea.
liktue Kouort autlueu is unload
ing coal at tlio rncinc xuail
At the PucifJc Mail wharf tbo
bktne. Planter is commencing to
Lowors .fc Cooke receivod by
tbo Emma A. Olaudina 223,818
fcot of lumber.
Water is still being carried to
the Philadelphia by the U. S.
Steamers Mikalmla, James Ma
kes and Waialoalo arrived from
Kauai this morning.
The Mikalmla brought 4800
sacks of sugar for Alexander &
Baldwin this morning. '
Redwood lumber is being un
loaded from tlio schooner Emma
A Olaudina, which arrived from
H. Hackfeld Si Go, Lave con
signed to tbem 1800 tons of mer
chandise on board the bark Hack
feld which arrived yesterday from
The bktne. Planter was outside
tbo harbor last night at a late
hour, and was towed into port
this morning early, makiug fast
to the Pacific Mnil wharf. She
left San Francisco on Friday the
l!)th alt., making tho trip hero in
lu days, enjoying a light fair
wind nearly all tho way. Tho
Planter has a general cargo aboard
consigned to H. Hackfeld & Go.
Hcsidtw which sh has on bor
decks a large smoke 6lack for the
Onlm Plantation and 193 hogs for
a local tirm. Messrs. Hill, Jack
Boii and lugersoll arc passengers.
This is Captain McNeill's first
voyngo with tho Planter. Ho was
formerly commauder of tho S. Q.
Wilder, being many years on that
boat. He is well known in Hono
lulu, and his host of friends are
always glad to hear of his being
in port. Tbo Planter will carry
sugar from here to San Francisco.
From San Francisco, per Am
bktne Plantor, June 2 Mr Hill,
Mr Jackson, Mr Ingersoll, ?
From Kauai ports, per stmr
Mikalmla, June 3 H Ensign and
wife, Min8 M Ensign, Master Obas
Ensign, llev G L Kopn, l.ov Y P
Opunui, Rov J Hill, Rev S Kaili,
R Fountain, A Lucbb, H Isiu
berg, W U Rice Jr, J 13 Hnnaiko,
JTitcomb, C AV Spilz, Miss G O
Linmb, JMiss IS liray, Jliss ESpilz,
G N Wilcox, G W Wilcox, M P
ProBser, II It Kahele, 0 B Curtis,
ti Kaipti, u Harrison, Hop Sing,
Tni Ku and 7-1 deck.
TALK ON BOATING MATTERS,
CouliiiiK'il from Pago 1.
"It looks to mo as if there will
be a development in the stroke of
tho Myrtles this year. Thoro is,
howevor, no bettor titroko than
Sorenson in his own style. I be
lieve that the rowing of Lansdale
will have nu influence on the
stroke of the Myrtlo boys. Hit) is
tho stroko of tho big Americau
colleges which commences from a
long reach forward. The slide is
used much sooner than in their
older styles of strokes ouco in
vogue here. The idea is that tho
greater powor can be obtained
from tho leg muscles, tho strong
est in a man's body."
During the temporary absenco
of Chailoi Bjlliun, C. H. Judd
will act for him ncd-r powor of
By the "Geo.
130 days from New York,
a fine assortment of Hard
ware, Paints, Lubricating
Oils, Turpentine, Benzine,
Pitch, Oakum, Galvd. Water
Pipe, Nails, Spikes, Barbed
Wire, Staples, &c.
E. 0. ML
F"orc and Kins Sts.
V I O X K E R
Tlio HcRtilar Monthly Meeting oT tlio
I'lonoerlltilldltiR and r.o;tii Association
will bo bold at tho Cluunbor of Com
merco on MONDAY KVKNIXG, Juno
5, 1800, at 7:00 o'clock.
Payments arc required In Bold.
1238 A. V. OEAIt, Secretary.
1776 fih 1899
Fourth of July
TO ARRIVE POR THE
A LAR3E STOCK OF EASTERN
AMEKICAN FLAGS, ETC.
Between Keeaumoku and Kevalo,
containing 20,070 square feet. Place
well improved. For further par
ticulars apply to
L. F. WALDRON,
At the oftke of T. H. Davies & Co.
By the President of the
In the exercise of the power conferred
upon him by the Joint Resolution of Con
gress, approved by the President on July
7th, 1898, entitled "Joint Resolutlun to
provide forAnnexIngthe Hawaiian Islands
to the United States," the President of the
United States hereby directs that the
General Election provided for by the Con
stitution of the Republic of Hawaii to te
held on the last Wednesday In September
next, shall not be held. All elective offi
cers wiiose terms of office shall expire te- j
fore appropriate legislation shall have betn
enacted by the Congress of the United '
stales snan Deconunueu umneiroutcerai
the pleasure of the President of the
In Witness Whereof, 1 have caused
(SUM) the Seal of the United States to
be hereunto affixed.
Washington, May 13, 181)9.
(Signed), WILLIAM McKINLEY.
By the President : 1
(Signed), JOHN HAY, !
Secretary of State.
Department of the Interior,
Honolulu, June 2nd, 899.
In conformity with the foregoing proc
lamation of the President of the United
States, all Boards of Registration are here,
by ordered to cease the registration of
S. M. DAMON,
Minister of the Interior, aJ Interim.
& SON, Ltd,
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.
j There are two cottages on the property
one of which Is now rented for $25 per
For further particulars
I Apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN ,
1176 33 Queen St.
Farm at lljnukua J 6.0a
A 40-room Lodging House, si-year leate. 5.00
175 acre coif te land, Kona 3,0a
Lot M acre near town , 1,30
House and Lot. Punahou 'ooe
Large Lot and good Paying Business.... 11.00c
Large Lot, Palama, nearly H acre....... 4,00 a
Lot soxiio.vtlth dwelling house.Quarry St a,$oa
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
Post Office Lnnc, - Honolulu.
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