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THE EVENING B0LLKT1N: HONOLULU, H. I., JUNE fl, 1890.
This tract of most desirable Suburban property
now being opened up with residence sites, Jies about three
Kiies 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,
Manna and" Palolo Valleys, with the City of Honolulu, Ewa
xnd Oahu Plantations, and Pearl Lochs, at its feet. It is en
tiiclj iu.ioved from all planting of rice or taro, thereby obviat
ing the possibilities of ague and fever. Twelve broad streets
rive access to the property, and are crossed by six avenues.
Sevo!' if these Boulevards are now opened up, the balance in
courv of construction.
r.rom its position it is entirely removed from the high
vm.s and heavy showers of Manoa and Nuuanu Valleys,
411. nieeing from its solt ocean breezes a salubrious climate.
A pumping plant, in the course of installation, settles
'p "'uestion of water, which will be furnished to purchasers
&- property at Government rates ; this flow of water being
,1 from two 12-inch wells which under measurement
learlv 4,000,000 gallons in twenty-four hours.
These lots contain an area of 1 5,000 square feet each,
of two sizes 100 x 1 50 and 7? x 200.
I'ERAS : $450 per lot, $50 additional for corners, spot
5550 per lot, $50 additional for corners $20 cash, and
onthly installments per lor, no interest.
MAP OF PROPERTY on view at our office ; and for
rui;...r particulars apply to
GEAR, LANSING & CO.
180? x 900. corner Keeaumoku and Klnau sts.,
ready for building, next to handsome residences
4 . x ioo, eight fine Residence Lots facing on
Lunalllo and Klnau streets. These are very
.Ji'HCi- lots, on line proposed Rapid Transit,
ts ioox ayo, on tleretanla street, near Keeau-
noku sireet. running throuch to Young street.
One ol the most desirable building sites In the
ijix )?o, on Notify street, Katlhl. with Lon
side street Good elevation, good.vlew; cheap;
must be seen to be appreciated.
FOR SALE, ON YOUNG STREET,
.ir Knplolanl. A CHOICE RESIDENCE of 3 bed-rooms, parlor and dining room,
I. dun and pant. v. bath and patent VV. C; Rood plumbing, stable, outhouses, ser-
.MtN quattars. Good Income property; rents for $40 monthly. Size of lot, 75 x 155.
FOR SALE AT H1LO.
fcQfifbfl A IJAKHKY doing good business, store on the principle thorough
VJJVJ fare ci,eap rentl Two story building, with good living
ri'-ms above, everything complete as regards Bakery, Includlnu wagon and horses;
II-m? rooms furnished. Owner drslres to sell on account of III health, satisfactory
t,e in-, c hi be arranged with a desirable party. Fifteen year lease on this property
, ill bi sold separately.
GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
Judd Building, Fort Street.
By the "Geo. W. Curtis,
130 days from New YoiH
a fine assortment of Hard
ware, Paints, Lubricating
Oils, Turpentine, Benzine,
Pitch, Oakum, Galvd. Water
Pipe, Nails, Spikes, Barbed
Wire, Staples, &c.
E. 0. HALL
Oor. Fort and Kins Sts.
Columbia and Humbler Agonts.
MT RECEIVED, A LARGE ASSORTMENT
Blown Tumblers, Various Sizes,
From 50 cents to $1.75 per dozen.
Single Sets of Harness,
From 510,50 to J35 per Set.
Double Sets of Harness,
From ?j2 to ?45.
Dump Cart Harness, with Saddle
Complete, In good order.
A Good Stock of Leather on Hand
V : Harness and Saddle Leather, Buff Leather. Hag Leather, Lace Leather, Alum
! her. Dash Leather, Sole Leather. Split Leather. Genuine French Calf Sldnt from
r -pe, Goat Skins, Tanned Sheep Skins, Wool Sheep Skins, Sic.
I i'ness and Bridle Buckles, Assorted Sizes,
ihoe Thread, Assorted Nos., from 8 to 25,
ite, Blue and Green Back Enamelled Duck,
50 indies wide, for Carriages, at lowest market rates.
U K I
No. 4 n x 1 is. on Anapunt street. Cottage 1 rooms
and bath. Good view, high elevation; cheap.
No. st o x 15?. corner Wilder Avenve and Kewalo,
Nice house of 7 rooms and bath large grounds;
fruil and ornamental trees; barn and out
& SON, Ltd,
t'CS' '" '" "" "'"""' '" f imttltj at If ttnli
jrE a lintfint inttrltoni to ttnli ucond inttr.
lion: h) ttnli a wttk anj to ttnli d month. Ibit it tit
thtafitit oJvtrtitinf tvtr offtrttl tbtptotlt of Honolulu,
pOW SALE Pnr$tnnn, An EMaMMied Honolulu
1 Mercantile llulnrs ravine $,oo rer month Ad
dress "K. P. (!.," Mux j?o, Honolulu. ml
PR SALE-ln lleikelev, one hour dllanl from
San I'ranclsco, A itenlleman's place; si acres
E round facing two streets. House or ten rooms,
aun'ry. Pigeon and Chicken House, Artesian well,
finest water In Alameda Co. Llectrlc cars pass the
door. Price f is.tx.i.
Address Deaken's Hookstore,
ib Sutter st ,
i4i-tm San I'ranclsco.
POR SALE A Rood Eentle horse, bugev and har-
ness. complete. Apply to JOHN SULLIVAN,
Pantheon StaHe. iii-H
COR SALE-One SIIIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
T order. Apply lo H. G. Plan. Port St. noftl
ATWO-AtANUALand Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or residence. Bergstrom
Music Co., Fort street. ton?
REST is cent meal In town,
Trv It and be con
Llnd's Excelsior Restaurant, 1041
WANTED -HEACH LOT AT PENINSULA.
State terms amd rrlce. Address "LOT," this
7ANTED wMrnlneetstmed for ic. (while
harhcrs) II. JEIIS. 610H Port street, opp.
POR KENT A four-room COTTAGE: bed-room.
' parlor Jinlne-pion, kitchen, bath-room and
pantry. Arrly this ollice. liti-tw
TO LPT-tJFSK ROOM spares to lei. Apply lo
I HAWAIIAN IRON rENCE AND .MONUMEN
TAL LO. 641 King strict. U25
THE S rOKES of Lewis & Co., Chas.
Hustace and H. May & Co. (Including the
stores lately occupied by H. E. Mclntyre
& Bro. and J. T. Waterhouse) will be
closed all day Monday, June 12th, KAME-
HUSTACE & CO.,
HENRY MAY & CO.,
LEWIS & CO.
Honolulu, June 9, 1 Sty). 1243-1 1
Will be received by Commander J. F.
Merry, U. S. N.. at the office of the U. S.
Consulate General, till 12 o'clock noon on
Wednesday, June 14th, 1S09, fur the con
struction of an office building to be erected
011 the U.S. Naval Reservation al Ho
nolulu. Specifications and nlans can be inspected
at the office of the Consul General.
The right is reserved to reject any and
J. F. MERRY,
Commander U. b. Navy.
Honolulu, June 8th, 1S99.
Notice to Dealers.
Notice is hereby given that the provl
slons of Act 34 of the Session Laws of 189S
being "An Act to Provide Against the
Adulteration of Food and Drugs" will be
enforced from and after July 1st, 1899.
Particular attention Is called to the fol
low ing Rules:
RULE I ,
The sale of any article of food which
has any substance mixed with it so as to
lower or depreciate or Injuriously affect its
quality, strength or putlty is prohibited,
unless the same shall be sold in accordance
with Rule IV.
The sale of any article of food for which
an Inferior or cheaper substancj has been
substituted In whole or in part Is prohibit
ed unless the same shall be sold In accord
ance with Rule IV.
The sale of any Imitatl in of an article of
food for the genuine Is prohibited; such
Imitation if not injurious to health may' be
sold when the package or container is
plainly marked and sold as such.
The sale of all mixtures or compounds
recognized as ordinary food mixtures Is
prohibited unless the same shall be dis
tinctly labelled as such mixture or com
pound. RULE V
The sale of any article of food which
contains any added substance or Ingredient
which is polsonlous or injurious to health
HENRY E. COOPER.
President of the Board of Health.
Honolulu, June 8th, 1899. i2433t
At n meeting of tho Commis
sioners of Education yesterday
afternoon a ro3olntiou waB adopted
bearing on the preparation of nu
educational exhibit for tho Omaha
and Paris Expositions by the
teachers of the various schools.
By tho adoption of another reso
lution all the toachers iutonding
to resign must hand in their re
niguations by July 1 and all those
desiring transfers or now positions
must huvo such applications in by
FornJtliCnn.il Shlppim New . tenth price.
Dluinoiiil Hcntl Hliriml Station,. June
0. 1 p m Weather cloudy, wind fresh
Weather Tturenu, Puliation. June I)
Tt'iiiiiiM'iittiru Mnrnlnu minimum,
70; Midday maximum, H'Z.
(Diromtttr corrected far gravity .06.)
Barometer, 0 111, 30.04. Falling.
Unlnfnll, do, O.OJ.
Humidity at 0 n in G3 percent.
Dew Point 03 F.
Thiiryilny, Juno 8.
llr stinr Wnrrimoo. liny, 10 days
from Sjdnoy; pas mitt indso to TH
navies it (Jo.
Friday, Juno 9.
11 M S Mlowera, Hemming, from
Stmr JumcH Miilcee, Tullctt, from
Tluirwliiy, Juno 8.
Kclir Concord, HarrlH, for Wahlawa
Friday, Juno 0.
US A T Oraut, liuford, with troops
StnirW G Hall, Hnjjlunil, for La
linlnn, Maalaea, Konu nod Knu.
Stinr Mikalmln, Thompson, for Ma
kuwcll. .Stmr JumcH Mnkcc, Tullott, for
Kit pan nt 4 o'clock.
' TIio Minivi-ni ltmves tonight for
Sytlui'y nt 10 o'clock.
Tho Australia nails at 4 o'clock
next TuPBcUy nfteruoon.
Tlio Wnrrimoo sail for Van
couver this owning nt 5 o'clock.
Schooner Rol Hoy, Cnptnin
Ki'iilolm, euiletl fur Koolnu. (oil ay.
SeviMi hundred nod fifty Porlu
upho labmerH will urrivo hore ou
tin S. S. Vic'orin in August. The
Victoria leaves Liabou on the
22nd of thit mouth.
Tho It. M. S. Wnrrimoo, Cnp
tnin liny, nrrivod lioro lust uiuht
at 7 o'clock from Sydney, brought
mail, mercuiuiuiBO ana tureo pus
Hcnuerri for Honolulu, and Iihs od
hor list G5 through paBBPngers to
tho Cofiht. Puraer BHllmainPS
HftyH tnm tuo Wnrrimoo lett oya
n oy nt 2 p. m. on tho 23rd of May.
A fresh S W gnle wae experienc
ed up tho Austrnlinuciast to Capo
Moutnti, nud Briuhnno reached at
iliylight May '5. lft njftin at 8
p in (in tilt t-aiuo day aud Anchor
ed in BriAiiaue ltondrt awaiting tin1
inuiU which warn received nt 2:3)
o'clock next innruiup; departure
took place at once. Strong head
winds with heavy head pea aud
hud weather won m t with until
pnf-fiiug New Cttledoim, ciiifing
rpotil of utigiucti to ho mlucfd
nud grent losn of time in con
('(lUOucp, from thtM.ci lino weath
tr uiis experienced, and Suva was
reached at noon ou the 3lt, pro
ceeded on voyage nt 4 p in same
day cleariug tho Fiji Group at 7
a in next day. Moderate, trade
winds with head Hoa woro met
with until arrival at Honolulu.
For Lihaiua nud Hawaii port9,
per stmr W G Hall, Juno 9 Mrs
J Moris irrntt, 1rn Viueun, Lee So
Wa, Snail Mama, Karaemeha, Mr
lloliiuHon, Mis J Forunudez, Mrs
J P Lino, Mrs Hnalelea, Miss
Henrietta Ejkhardt, Mies Mary
From Kapan, pi-r etmr James
Mnk-e, Juno 9 S A Hundley,
Mr Muudon and 5 on deck.
AccrpIN tho illvroctlr.
WaMiiriaton, May 2!). Tho
Navy Department today instructed
the oouiuiiiuilnut of tho navy yard
nt Norfolk to nccept the Spanish
prizi lloiua Mercoles from tho
.Morritt & Chipimun Wrecking
Comunny. Under their omitr-tot
the Merritt & Clmpinun Company
will receiVH S7i3,UiO from (he
Government ns payment in full of
nil ilt'inand-i for thoir servicoi.
Two prnpoaitintiB regarding tho
future of the oriiionr are under
cnuBiileraliou nt tho Navy Depnrt
meut duo to put tho vesHel in
thorough repair for uo in tho
uaval torvice and the oilier to pre
servo her in her oiigiual condi
tion so Jar ns practicable us n
souvouir of the recent war.
Million! of Klonillkn flolil.
Seattle, Wash., May 30. Kich
Klondikers aro already arranging
for tho transportation of their
trrauro to the outside world. The
White Puss nnd Yukon Railroad
Company hns issued bills of lad
ing on more than a million dollars'
worth of gold that is to come up
ou ouo of the first river stenmers,
Latest advices from Dnweon,
hrought by L. H. Gray, are dato.l
April 29. At that timo evidences
pf tho most wondetful output yet
recorded wore to bo seen on every
hand. Five thousand men are
said to be in waiting at Dawson to
tnko tho first boats np the river.
Half of them aro miners, who
havo from S1000 to S5U.O0O oach
in tho dust.
DOINGS OP PEACE CONGRESS
London, May 31. The corres
pondent of tho Standard at The
Hugiio says: An important ad
vnuce was mndo today in tho di
rection of a scheme of arbitration,
combining tho Russian, Biitish
nnd American proposals. 'J he
representatives of these nations
arrived at an agreement which
spoms to find general acceptance.
Sir Julian Pauncefote conferred
this afternoon with Setti Low nnd
Mr. Holls, nnd both tho British
nod American proposals woro ex
amined, with the result that the
United States will support the
Pauncefote schomo for a perma
In all prncticnl ind essential
features the British and Araeri
can plans are identical, but the
American delogates have qono
further, covered tho whole field of
arbitration aud drafted provisions
fur a rehearing in the event of
a disagreemf-nt. Their proposals
will bo submitted to tbo drnfting
"It oimht not to be difficult,"
mid Mr. Holle, "to hammer out a
workable plan from thesu thrco
The Ilngun, Mny 30. --The
Brussels conference section of the
International Pence Conpress,
after ndopliug (be Hnclion ieadiut
of articles i.3 lo 34, which dealt
with prisoners of war, discussed
questions rolnting to Uagi of
truce, capitulations and armi-ticoi
as contained in articles 43 to 52,
inclusive, upon which an bgree
inent was reached.
Tho Bed Cross section con
sidered tho extension of tho Gen
ova convention to naval warfare
nnd adopted slight modifications
of tho articles relating to contra
band, leaving (lie other two cate
gories for future consideration.
THE EVENT OF THE SEASON !
Hawaiian Opera House
SATURDAY, JUNE IOTH,
A10NDAY, JUNE I2TH.
Engagement of the Eminent Actor,
And 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 seats for both performances
now on sale at Wall, Nichols Co.'s.
NEW SCALli OF PRICES:,
Boxes Sio 00
Orchestra Circle 1 50
Dress Circle 1 50
Last two rows In Dress Circle 1 00
First row In Balcony 1 50
Back of first row hi Balcony 75
CHAS S. DESKV PROPRIETOR
I.F. POST MANAGER
Serpentine Dancer, as the (iODDtSS I'liLE.
Mr. Frank Barton,
Uailtono anJ Cntmdtan.
General Admission, asc. nl 50c.
Ust lx rows lot Children under i ytari, 10c.
Reserved Chairs, 50c.
Seals can t booked by ringing up Telephone j,o.
O 3XT X D ES .
IN OAKS, AT THIS
BEAVER LUfKJH 10Q.
II. J. NOLTE, Troprlotor.
: 33 Queen 8trcct
The undersigned offers for sale a vain-
able parcel of Land on the southeast
corner of Ueretanla and Miller Sts.
The property has a frontage of 54 feet on
Beretania 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,
1176 n Queen St.
Iaa Six HVEontlis
New, quick method. Terms $; per
mo. bpeclal attention to adult DeRln
ners. Address "MUSICIAN," Bulle
tin office. 1234
iei ami 11 jwbe smm
FOR SALE AT THE
Cor. Nuuanu and KinSts.
i. Farm at llamakua ....J
t. A 40-room Lodging House, ia-year leas. 54
t, it s acres coffee land, Kona M
10. Lot H acre near town i
tj. House and Lot, Punahoq ica
14. Large Lot and good Paying Dullness aM
15. Large Lot, Palaraa, nearly M acre 4
16. Lot soxiw.wlth dwelling house.Quarry St ,Mr
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G PoHt Olltce Lane, - llonolulme
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