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This tract of most desirable Suburban property
now being opened up wlih residence sites, lies about three
mites 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
xnd Oahu Plantations, 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
five access to the property, and are crossed by six avenues,
even -f these Boulevards are now opened up, the balance in
coun,v of construction.
'ium its position it is entirely removed from the high
vi' -uid heavy showers of Aanoa and Nuuanu Valleys,
u. ..ifeeing from its soft ocean breezes a salubrious climate.
A pumping plant, in the course of installation, settles
tb 'ostion of water, which will be furnished to purchasers
ol property at Government rates ; this flow of water being
is i .! from two 12-inch wells which under measurement
sir iearlv 4,000,000 gallons in twenty-four hours.
These lots contain an area of 15,000 square feet each,
it of two sizes 100 x 1 50 and IS x 200.
TERiWS : $4?0 per lot, $SO additional for corners, spot
c $SS0 per lot, SSO additional for corners $20 cash, and
$k onthly installments per lor, no interest.
MAP OF PROPERTY on view at our office ; and for
furl.. cr particulars apply to
GEAR, LANSING & CO.
i$ 31 x sco. corner Keeaumoku and Kln.iu sts ,
ready I r bulMlng.next to hanJsomereslJences
i vox igo, e Ight fine Residence Lou facing on
i.unalllo and Klnau streets. rhese are very
Iin'ce lot, on line rropoteJ Rapid Transit,
l-iooxioo, on Deretanla street, near Keeau
nofcu street, running through to Young street,
)ne ol the most desirable building sites In the
o iji x ,70, on Nobley street, Kallhl, with L on
Me street. Good elevation, good view: cheap;
i st be seen to be appreciated.
' SALfc On Young St., near Kaptolanl, a choice
' dencr of 1 bed-rooms parlor and dining room,
i mid ,.a.itry, bath and patent V. C; good
mg. sianie, out-nouses, servants quarters,
ncoTe property, rents lor 4o monuuy,
FOR SALE" AT HILO.
GCb A BAKERY doing good business, store on the principle thorough
" .vJW fare, cheap rent. Two story building, with good living
rioms nbovc, everything complete as regards Bakery, Including wagon and horses;
li -ig rooms furnished. Owner desires to sell on account of ill htalth. satisfactory
tin ic in be arranged with a desirable party. Fifteen year lease on this property
will be sold separately.
GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
Judd Building, Fort Street.
By the "Geo.
130 days from New York,
a fine assortment of Hard
ware, Paints, Lubricating
1 Oils, Turpentine, Benzine,
9 Pitch, Oakum, Galvd. Water
Pipe, Nails, Spikes, Barbed
I 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
f,r-r HVmf nurl T?-? Vi rr ftc;
IT wo. . -- wo. . ..!..
I ft Colunililii anil
JUST RECEIVED, A LARGE ASSORTMENT
Blown Tumblers, Various Sizes,
From 50 cents to 51.75 per dozen.
Single Sets of Harness,
r-rom fio.50 to
amp Cart Harness, with Saddle
Complete, In good order.
Good Stock of Leather on Hand
Harness anJ SaJJIe Leather, Buff Leather. Bag Leather. Lace Leather, Alum
er, Dash Leather, Sole Leather. Split Leather, Genuine French Calf SUIns from
,'e, Goat Skins, Tanned Sheep Skins, Wool Sheep bklns, &c.
:ne8s and Bridle Buckles, Assorted Sizes,
hoe Thread, Assorted Nos., from 8 to 25,
te, Blue and Green Back Enamelled Duck,
50 Inches wide, for Carriages, at lowest market rates.
No. 407$ x f j5, on Anapunl street. Cottage 1 rooms
and lath. Good view, high elevation; cheap.
No, 50 7J x 300 Magailne, and Thurston and
Spencer. Good elevation; faces on three sts
No. jt )i x 157, corner Wilder Avenve and Kewalo,
Nice house of 7 rooms and bath targe grounds;
fruit and ornamental trees; barn and out
TO Lf T 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 ol
535 per Set.
Ait iti lh talumn III hi HlitrltJ M Ifctnll
lion: ioetntt a uttk anJ totti it MMtih. THiliHt
'J a lint hill iiiutlioni la eimli iteon.1 iNttr.
ctcapetl aJvirlitlitf tttr offtted Ibi feoflt of Honolulu.
LOST Hot een Heietanla vreei and Mr. Jordan's
Stora fin I'li't lrMt. a hnftlr In n.1mnMl form.
"Uf. as a Social Problem," Will the finder pleiw
leave the same at llustace grocery store. King street.
FOR SALE In lleikelev, one hour dManl from
San I ranclsco, A gentleman's place: sin acres
F round facing two streets. Ifnue of ten rooms,
aim 'ry, Pigeon mid ChleVcn llnue, Artesian well,
lines! Her In Alameda Co, Lleclrlc cars pass Hit
door Price Jn.oco.
Address Deaken's Dookstore,
t6 Sutter st ,
lilfim San Tranclsco.
RR SALE A good gentle horse, buggy and har
ness, complete. Apply to JOHN SULLIVAN,
Pantheon Stable. i)i-tl
COR SALE-One SHIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
1 order. Apply to H. G. Plan. Fort St. noftf
ATWO-MANUALand Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or residence. Dergslrom
Mmic U., I on street. 1007
EST ascent meal In town. Try It anJ be con-
v intra, i-ina s cxtrmur itesiaurani. 1041
WANTED DL'ACH LOT AT PENINSULA.
Sta'e terms amd price. Address "LOT," this
WANTfD A position bv a respectible lady as
llouskeeper for elderly gentleman. Address
II., this office.
ANTrD ooAUntoretslnved for isc. thlle
birben) II. Jtl I J. 619H Tort si
nOH RENT A four-rocra COTTAOni bed-room.
I parlor dlnlng.rwn, kitchen, bath-mom And
pantry Apply this office. uh-i
TO I FT DESK ROOM spares to let Apply to
I HAWAIIAN IRON FENCI2 AND .MONUMEN
TAL CO., (hi King street. mi
Fourth o? July Notice.
All American cltlens Interested in the
celebration of the Fourth of July, are re
quest to meet In the parlors of the Arling
ton Hotel Filday evening, June 9, at 7.30
GEORGE V. SMITH,
Notice Is hereby given that the under
signed Intends to purchase on the 6th,
day of July A. D. 1890, all the Interest
of every description In the Rice and Taro
Plantation of Tam Ponf; situated at Wai
luku, Maul. All bills, accounts, and dues
ncilnst said Tam Pong will be settled by
Walluku Maul, June 5th, 189-),
CMING KAM TOG
OPJ T. CD Mi
IN CANS, AT TUB
II. J. NOLTK, Proprietor.
NATIVU K1L1IMNO N ITUH VLI7.I2U.
A Full-liluOiJe.l r.itful ll-r.Oiiifi nn Am.
ninlcm Cltli 'n,
Trtnntnn, (MiieB),May 20. Hur
ry T. Phillips, a nitivij I'ilipino,
who is n prosperrmi rostinnuit
keeper hero, win todny ndinitlnd
o full eit'.tiDBliip in the Uuitfd
dlntcH by Jutliio Fox oy (Iih J)ih.
tiiot Cnuit IIh wna licirn in tlm
(own of I'liaig uud is u full blood
PhillipB CMue to thn Unitnil
SliilfM ou n f-nilini: vphscI, mid Iiiih
eiiicp then lived in Nhw York nul
thin city. Uu timilu upplicalion
about 11 year njo for uitizwialiip,
n rid befoie it enmp up for iictiou u
cotnplicnted qU'Btion iiror-o ir to
wlioiUer uo wrts not uu Aniprioiin
by virluu of the Paris ppnon trnaly.
Since then tin question bus been
tuniinttetl to WfisUiiiDtou, nuu to
day Phillip npp-arrtl id court
mi (I torowore nlleui'uct to Al
fonso, King of Spain, and his
papers were signed and dohvored
to him. He is thought to ho tliu
only Filipino iu tboountry who
enjoys citizenship rights.
Colleotor General Frank B. Mo
Stocker has been appointed ruau
nuer of the now Olaa plantation.
J. F. Olny, deputy collector, will
be bookkeeper of the. plantation
and Peler Multiie formerly at Pa
liHln, head luna. This gives the
new plantation a workinu ollioial
force at tho start that will be hard
to boat. For executive ability and
organization Mr. MoStockur h
without a poor iu the islands, He
will probably leave for Hilo next
m Ktt j
F"nf aJJItiortAl Shipping Nfvt e wenfh pace.
Diamond lluatl tiliruul Station, Juno
8 1 p m Weather hazy, wind llclit
Weather Httrenu, Puunbou. Juno 8
TcmiKMiiture Mornlntr ininlmum,
72) Mitlilay maximum, 82.
(Barometer corrected for gravity .06,)
ftaromctur, 0 n in, 30.07. Rlslnir.
Ibiliifnll, do, (MX).
Humidity nt 0 n in 01 percout.
Dew Point 01 F.
Weibictlay, Juno 7.
Stinr Ivvulaiil. Greirorv. from Ku-
kulhnele; 5H0 bags sugar to F A
Bchnefer fc Co.
Tiiumlny, Juno 8.
StmrWalnleale, Green, from Knpna
20511 tings of sugar.
Htmr AllKnlinia, Timnipson, from
Kolou: 4UVI biiittt ofuugur to Alexan
der k Baltlwlu.
WetlneHiluy, June 7.
Stinr James Makee, Tullett, for
Tiiurmlay, June 8,
8tmr Walnlcnle, Qrecu, for Ki
ln tica at 4 o'clock.
Simr Iwnlani, Gregory, for Ku
kulliaele at it u'cloek
Hi w bk Andrew Welch, E P Drew,
for San Francisco with sugar.
VKSSKI.H t.EAVINO TOMOIIIIOW.
Stinr W O Hull, llnglun.l, fur La
IiiiIiui, Maalnea, Kona ami Kau ut
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
The Iwalnni left 40,850 sacks of
sugRr ou Kauai.
The Grunt leaves for Manila
early tomorrow morning.
Troops from the transport
Grant corno ashoro every day for
Tho Gorman t-hip Mario Hnck
f eld sailed for Ibis port on May
20 from Hamburg.
Steamers from Kauai report
about 00,000 bags of sugar on
that islund awaiting shipment.
Tho Philadelphia will carry no
mail from this port, when she
leav.8 for Frisco on Sunday.
A divor is digging away tho
mud preparatory to laying tho
fouudtttiou of a concrete wall ut
tho Wilder Steamship Oo.'b wharf.
AdvicfB from San Franoisco re
port tlm Port Albert a now
freighter of the British-American
linearrived iu that port from Aus
tralia May 30. The Port Albert
u intended for tho Honolulu.
About !) o'clock this morning
the Mikithala arrived from Kolo
with 10 cabin patfeuijers and 45
ou ihck. She biouubt 4!),i0 bags
of sugar for Alexander & Bildwin
tcsitles 277 bag of ric, 1 hurau
and 2i) pHuktges oi Buudries.
Tho Wniileale wliich arrived
atly thirt morning from Kapaa
brought 2050 backs of eugar.x
Tliiee dock were Hie only passen
gerB. Sho repoits good weather
on Kauiu. The Ntonu is ut Wai
mea and the Kenuhou is lomUug
at Koloa. The Miknhalu was not
able to leave until a lute hour last
bhortly be'ore noon todny tho
Hnwaiiau l rk Audrow Welch,
Ctpt B P. Drew, sailed for San
Fraticiso from this port. Sho
carries 23,120 Imya of i-unar cou
xigued us follows: 14,010 Backs
from 0 Brewer & Co to Welch it
(Jo; 8000 HHcks frun Casllo &
Conko to Welch & Co, and 5510
encks frm F A Schaefer ife Co to
William-', Dimoml & Co. Six pas
sengere, coiibintiuK of Alfred Duun
and family, Birdie Kennedy and
0 II Bowil Bailed for tho Con6t.
From Kol in, per btmr Milca
hula, Juno 8 Franoirt Guy, II
Sclimi It, Sheriff J U Coney, J
Gumlall, 11 Ei Jlnt, J D U.mk,
(Jli'iH llice, E (J Couuuut uud wife
aud 45 mi ihck.
For Knpna, por stinr James Ma
kee, June 7 S W Wilcox, Mi-s
Wilcox, Mnsteis Wilcox (2), G N
For Sin Franoisoo, por bk An
drow Welch, Juuo 8 Alfred
Dunn, Mrri Dunn, Harold Dunn,
Urn-sell Dunn, Birdie Keuuedy
and E U Dod.
Ciiit. Wliltnt-y Iti-mriiibrrril,
The raiuliiH underwriters re
membered Captain Whitney of
thn E'-iliu Tliompsou yesterday.
For bringing tho steampr safely
iuto port after til') had lost her
propeller they presented him with
a (gold watch aud chain, a dia
mond locket and a check fir $500.
They also gave him a check for
250 to divide among the men who
assisted him. Ou tho inside case
of the watch was engraved: "From
marine ui dorwritora on S. S.
Elilin Thompson to Captain R. B.
Whitney in recognition of merito
rious Bervioes, Sin Francicoo,
May, 1899." Tho presentation
whb made by J. B. Levison of the
Firemon'a fund, and Contain
Whitney responded in a neat little
speech. H. F. Call.
THE EVENT OF THE SEASON !
Hawaiian Opera House
SATURDAY, JUNE 10TH,
MONDAY, JUNE I2TH.
Engagement of the Eminent Actor,
AnJ His Associate Players,
In Shakespeare's Sublime Tragedy,
A perfect production In every detail.
Special Scenery and Elegant New Cos
tumes made especially for the play.
Reserved scats for both performances
now on sale at Wall, Nichols Co.'s.
NEW SCALE OF PRICES :
Boxes ?io oo
Orchejtra Circle i 50
Dress Circle 1 50
l-nst two rows In Dress Circle 1 00
First row In Balconv 1 50
Back of first row In Balcony 75
:has s desky
1. p. post
Serpentine Dancer, as the GODDfcSS PELE,
Mr. Frank Barton,
Bail tone ani Conudlan
Billy Howard .
General Admission. a;e. and 50c.
Last six rows (or Children under 11 years, 10c.
Reserved Chairs, ;oc.
Seats can be booked by rinsing up Telephone 540.
Some of our comp3titors say tluy
are the only EXCLUSIVE AGENTS
for Edstman Goods but WE have
Eastman Goods Cameras and
Over 300 Fresh Films on the
Yours for trade,
Lg Monyon Photo. SnDDly Go.
42G Fort Street.
(Via GUAM, should sufficient In
On or about the loth of June,
City of Columbia.
For frolpht or niiigo npply to II. E.
W'ALKKIt, Agont, Lincoln Mock, Kilty
n 11 r nr 1
iWPA ft I . Vfl
jJ VI 1. Ui 11 ui
Between Keeaumolui and Kewalo,
containing 20,070 square feet. Place
well improved. For further par-
t.culars apply to
h. U. WALUKUiN,
At the Groery Department of
T. H Davles & Co.
The Latest in Jewelry !
Bawaiian Moss Opal Jewelry
Nently Cut, Polished
and Mounted. . ,
Best Custom Work Is done both re
pairing and new work. Pins, Rings,
Bracelets, Watchmaking, etc.
404 FORT STREET.
THE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY OP
fers to contract to sell five thousand bags
(or a less quantity) of No. 1 Hawaiian rice
yearly for the period of five years, com
mencing with June crop, at and for the
sum of five dollars per 100 lbs. Delivery
to be made on the wharf at Honolulu.
Apply to NG FAWN
Of Kwong Lee Yuen & Co,, King street,
: 33 Queen Street
The unilersiRneJ 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 I
Beretanla St. and oj feet on Miller St.
Area 4790 sq. ft.
There are two cottages on the property .
one of which Is now rented for 1 2$ per
For further particulars '.,
JAS. F. MORGAN,
1176 n Queen St.
irjrwtmwawni ri r-ur
In Six Months
New, quick method. Terms $5 per
mo. bpeclal attention to adult begin'
ner. Address "MUSICIAN," Bulle
tin office. 1234
Fourth of July
TO ARRIVE FOR THE
JLm -5iw -L-lay
A LAR 30 STOCK OF EASTERN
f AMERICAN FLAGS, ETC.
4 A M
I, Farm at llatnakua f tjo
i. A 40-rnnm Lodging House, la-year leas. 5.00
I, 175 acres coflea land, Kona J.00
9. SOLD (
10. Lot H acreneartown.,.,. i.ja '
i). Home and Lot, Punahou t.ooa
14. Large Lot and good Paying Duslnc,.,. ii.oo
15. Large Lot, Palama, nearly K acre ,oo
16. Lot joxno,wlth dwelling house.Quarry St s,j
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Pont Office Lane, - Honolulu,
utfJtWttf ,u iWurtmi-. m.
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& i.. i.?,tfc.4. ..,r i i,.
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