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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JUNE 17, 1899.
This Iracl of most desirable Suburban properly
. ,iqv being opened up with residence sites, lies about three
nilas from this city, in a northeasterly direction.
It has an elevation of over 200 feet above sea level,
.'ommanding a magnificent view of the Ocean, Koko Head,
Uanoa 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
ing the possibilities of ague and fever. Twelve broad streets
five access to the uronertv. miri .in rmrf liv n'v irminc
Seven of these Boulevards are now opened up, the balance in
wurSe of construction.
From its position it is entirely removed from the high
vindsand heavy showers of Manoa and Nuuanu Valleys,
(uaranteeing from its solt ocean breezes a salubrious climate.
A pumping plant, in the course of installation, settles
he question of water, which will be furnished to purchasers
)f tin's property at Government rates ; this flow of water being
issured from two 12-inch wells which under measurement
show nearly 4,000,000 gallons in twenty-four hours.
These lots contain an area of 1,000 square feet each,
md aie of two sizes 100 x 150 and. 7? x 200.
TERMS : $4?0 per lot, $?0 additional for corners, spot
:ash. tfjo per lot, $50 additional for corners $20 cash, and
?10 monthly installments per lor, no interest.
MAP OF PROPERTY on view at our office ; and for
urther particulars apply to
GEAR, LANSING & CO.
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y t lintfirit inurliont 10 ctnll stconj itirr.
lion: Kcentt a titek attJ tirii .1 -, ? h.
, aJvtrUunt tvtr effinJ Itefitofilt of Honolulu,
I OS1 Mlhc entrant In the Open Home. lot
r . ,v?!lln', iJun' '6-"w) a rlr of 'Hack OPERA
lfsS'S. I lie linJer r-l.iv? rtlurn Mine (o A I.
All'KI'in & CO., io lintel utrtel. ig
1 OST Somenliere bftwem the Alohi AIimuWk
-, King Mrtit, near Al.ik.fl anJ K.1WI1I toaj
flnj Hccklev tcl. a X11. V.Mtman kVlib t Inl
et will please return to llil office anJ receive rcnar '
I UbT-IMIr ..I LYF GLASSIS. MnnJav nleM.
- tomeuru're lfui.n W.ilLlLl n1 IjAlim. I o.,i.
PnJcr fle.ne return to Opt. E.iit, Hark Colusa,
anJ u-crlie rewarJ. 1145
For additional Shipping Newi see seventh p.ige.
UANTED-A R.nlle MOVING HOUSE- f.,r laJv s
ue. Apply Wl,' tlil oflife 111O
WANTED 500 Men to relMiaveJ lot 15c. (white
.. i,lrt,", II. JCIIS. 6i'4 Ton street, opp.
Club Stables iiog'tf
SAI.H OH LXCIIANGi:-Roll-top lk. Racine
letter I'reit, Cnpjln llatli. Utter Hooks, Car
Pon I'aper, 6-a camera. 8-io Genre Luw 1
CAMERA. P.O. Hot i;j
FOR SALE A powerful ounjr Importrd l.or.e,
sounj anJ POnJIimklnir ttptl nJjMpJ ., unrllnt.
liorsc, must be soli at once. No reasonable offer re-
fuseJ. AJJress ",M This office. 1145-1
An EstabtlstieJ lli.nnltilti
Alcrcantlle Husiness ravin? Sion rer monffi. Al-
Jress "K. I. i.," Ilox jtu, llinolulu. ia,i
COR SALE I'or $1000.
rticrcant le lius nessravln?s
llox 5T0, llonolulu.
FOR SALL In llcrkeley, one hour distant froti
San ErancKco, A gentleman's place; sin iCTe
f:rounJ facing two streets. House of tin rooms,
Jiunry. Plrreon anJ Chfeken House. Artesian wet).
finest wiler In AlamrJa Co. Elcc'rlc cars par-s the
Jow. Price $i5,o.
Address Deaken s lloo'Htorr.
t6 Suiter St.,
4fim San Iranclsce,
' and hirt
COR SALE A good gentle hcse. bngg
I ness. complete. Arplv to JOHN 1
No. J9 7i x 125, on Anapunl street. Cottage rrooms
and bath. Good lew, high elevation; cheap.
No. 51 oj x 157, corner Wilder Avenve nnJ Kewalo,
Nice house of 1 rooms andbatli large grounds;
fruit and ornamental trees: barn and outbuildings.
180; x sou. fetner K'eeaurooku anJ Iflnau sts.,
ready for bulldMjr.nest to handsome residences
' 'WiV0 "Kh.' fin ""Ufnce Lots faflnjron
rhnC- I " iire, I Mese are very
iiasvf r't-rosed Kapu iraitsir,
's,''-,,oa''o. on Ilerelanl.1 ftreef, near KeeaK
nOku street, running through In Voung street,
neof the most desirable building sites In the
.Jeao-i j x j,0, on Nobley stnel, Kallhl. llh I. on
1.. .." Goodelesatlon, cood.slesv: cheap;
FOR SALE, ON YOUNG STREET,
Va.-K.ipjolant. A CHOICE RESIDENCE of 3 bed-rooms partornnJ dining room,
ltclirti and p.mtry, bath and ivitent V. C; Rood plumbinc stable, outhouses, ser
'.nnts' synrtirs. dund inco.me proirtyj rents for $40 monthly. Size of lot, 75i55-
FOl SALE AT HILO.
good business, store on tho principle thorough-
T.-.i ctnrv htillJinrr. wltll COOd llvinK
eve'rvtiiinc con iplete as recarvls Bakery, Includlnir vaepn and horses;
llvlntrrnnme 'imlshed. Own er desires to sell On aCCOUW 01 III lieam . sauai-nu y
term?canbearrnnXed with a cteslraWe party. Fifteen year lease on tins property
will li sold se r-a ately. . ,
GKAR, LANSING & CO.,
Judd Building, Fort Street.
ftOAfNTY A BAKERS 'dolus go
(pZSiXjW fare cheap rent.
l&wiSflESi ss? atBCS3BCj2'sss'??E55il5Ssal I
,t ur tit n.,i I!
by tne iieo. w.wirusf
V60 days from New York,
a ?ine assortment of Hard
ware, Paints, Lubricating
Oils, Turpentine, Benzine,
Pitch, Oakum, balvd. water
Pipe, Nails, Spikes, Barbed
Wire, Staples, &c.
Mil & SON, Ltd,
Fort and Ivincc Sts.
Columbia nnd Humbler Agonta.
COR SALU-One SHII'.MAN INGINE In perfett
1 order. Apply to II. G. Ulart. Fort St. io)-lf
A TWO-MANUAL and IVdal Pass REED ORGAM
Suitable for charel or residence. Uerestron
cent meal In town.
is cent meal In town. Try It and t-e con
d, Llnd's Excelsior Restaurant, 1041
TO LET-DESK ROOM spaces to let. Applv'to
I HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE AND MONUMEN
TAL CO. 641 k'lng street. 1136
BROKERas. :: 33 Queen Street
The underalcneJ offers for sale a valu
able parcel of Land on the southeast
corner of Bcretanla and Miller Sts.
The property has a frontage of 54 feet or
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 for525Pi
For furthev partlcilars
JAS. F. MORGAN
1176 13 Queen St.
Diamond Head Hliml Station, .Tuny
IT, 1 pin wcntiier ulctir, wind light
Wenther Uurcnii. l'liunhini, Juno IT
Tuiniwmtiire 3!ornlnir lulnltiniiii,
HO; iMiililay iiutxliniiiii, 81.
(Barometer correctei for gravity-.cS.)
Itnrometcr, 1) 11 in, 80.05. Mtently.
Itninfnll, do, ().();(.
Hunilillty nt 0 a 111 "7 pcrri'iit.
Dew 1'olnt 02 V.
Friday, .Tune 10.
Am n"hr Iillloboimr, (J II Ilnnsun,
121 ilayi, from Orny'd If arbor; 3.Vi,ooo
foet f lumber for Oahn Jjiimlier &
Sckr I ax Xlnfn, Towiineml, from
Kli-filc; 889bii:s- Hugnr, looting rice,
in nkm Hiiiiilrlc.H
t 8tnirTxlnm. Ticnitctt. from Kntmii-
Urlt sehr' Itutriever. Parker, 103
da 8 from Hongkong; iwlnr; stone to
J W Urown.
Htnv bk DlnniniuT Head, Ward, IS
days from San Francisco,
Saturday, Juno IT.
Jiuiics'Makec, Tullett, ftom Kaunl.
Btmr VnIaleale, Green, from Ka
uai; 3152' bugs auga r ami 2 bxs ma
chinery to H Hnckfelrl & Co.
S B Nippon Mani, rout China and
Friday, Juno 13.
Am ship' Aryan,. A R whlttlor, In
ballast for San Frinclseo,
Stinr J A Cuumiln Hearle, :'r
Stinr Nocau, Pedorsctv for Wnlir.es j
Kchr Jjavinlu, l'njiia, for ITrnullo.
Schr Lady;, Mnrtn, for Koolau.l
Tho bark Diamond Head arriv
ed in port last SYnninn with o
goncral cargo from Snn Francisco.
Steamer Mnui, AVoisbarlh, sails
at 3 o'clock tbiB nltemooo for Ki
Iipi, Kuknintj Pnnnln.a aud Oo
Iialn. Tho ship Arynu sailed for tho
Coast yestordny in bnllnst. Sbe
will undorgo lopnirain Snn Fran
On Mondny tho U S training
ship AdnniB anils ?nr Port An
golee, tbenco to Victorin and Ea
quimault. The four-masted ship Falls of
Olyde has boen changed' into a
bark. Sovcn staterooms hava
boen added. Two new donkey
ongirjes add to the cargo working
capacity, and the Falls of Olydn id
now well oqfuppeu for tho tin
The steame? James Makoo re
turned from Kauai ports tliis
morning with the full cargo tr.ken
on in Honolulu. In heaving an
chor at Nnu sho broke her wench,
and though tho Waialpale'a weuol)
was trind nt ilnkeo it failod to fit.
The fiteamer wns forced to return
to this port to repair tho danago
3ST HI "W TO-DAY.
EGAN DRY 000DS CO
Checked Ginghams, 5 cont.s n yard, worth lOo
French Percales, 0 cents a yrlT wonh 12,c
uumxy utripcti JJinuty,.. .
Oenls' Ties ,
.) oeniH a yard, wortli 12ic
.12J, cents 11 yard, wortli l(ljc
. .8" cents yard, worth 12'o
25 cents each, worth 50c
Egan Dry Goods Co,, Fort Streef.
Hurrah for the Fourth of July!,
urewoPKS,. r lags,
VY r 1 f J-k m r
Red, White and Blue Paper Festoonins.
Rt;d,White and BlueStars and Stripes Ribbons
DaT Assorted cases Fireworks at $15, 5m and 25. Lithographs of Washington,
Gra nt, Dewev and Lincoln. For sale .it
E, 3C JLj., corner Nuuanu and. King streets.
a W. LKUKHKIt, Proprietor.
Tolo tlioro 173. l. r. Box BM.
ROBERTSON, LITTLE & ROBERTSON.
Slock and Bond Brokers.
H H H -H-H-t-i-C0RVER
KING AND BETHEL STREETS.
"jflST RECEIVED, A LARGE ASSORTMENT
Blown Tumblers, Various Sizes,
From 50 cents to M.75 per "'""
Single Sets of Harness,
From S10.50 to f35 rer Set.
Double Sets of Harness,
From ?3 -45.
Dump Cart Harness, with Saddle
Complete, In rooJ order.
A Good Stock of Leather on Hand
r 1 .! I -- I .t1,Af Alum
V. S. S. Xnvni-U Orrriliir.
WnfllUDgton, Jano 9. The
Nnvy Dopnrlraent is lookiuu for
dpwb of tho U. S. S. Newark,
which sailed from Moutoviileo,
Uracnay, May 17, houuil for Val-
iinriuBo, (Jlule, and ib nmv somo
(layB overdue. Tho dislanco by
way of tho btrnitB ot Maeellnii,
the route proscribed for tho ship,
in a little less than 3000 miles
Tho only stop by tho U3ual course
in at Pnnta Arenas, iu tho Straits,
whore coal is taken but there is
no cable connection there. So
crolnry Long positively declared
Hint ho had no doubt ot tue Butoty
of tfio ship, thought it was pos
siblo that she had bcon delayed
throunh some unloosed for con
dition. At tho Navigation Bu
reau, Lieutenant Ward called at
tention to the fact that tho winter
neasou was just beginning in the
Southern IIomiBphero, bringing
heavy fogs and had weather.
MuUi-' lalmiil omtrt.
Tho baud will give a concert on
Makeo Ibland at tho usual lime
Coiniuitlon Tho l'riiiliut...M?yoriccr
Overture 'uiiiin HurolilV
A nilunto Surprise bynipnony
Grand .Selection Tanlianser..Wnj:ner
Cornet Kolo-Albe Where Art
Thou , Anlier
Mr Charles Kreuter.
Selection JoniHiilem..1. Venll
Kuiitaiila Tn tho Chapel KllenberK
Overture Titus Mozart
The Star Spangled llaiiuer.
To Ewa Planta
:ilAS S. DESKY PROPRIETOR
I.F. FOST. MANAOER
.. t c.t.ii. 1 Pfiiher. Ruff Leather. Uae Leatner, uace ueauicr,
uarneJ ,"";.-, . cti,, 1 .atlir (.cnulne French
Calf Skins from
MS OeMher.SoJe jU O P
Harness and Bridie Buckles, Assorted Sizes,
Shoe Thread, Assorted Nos., from 8 to 25,
White, Blue and Green Back Enamelled Duck,
50 Inches wide, for Carriages, at lowest market rates,
to Mr. Jones!
Serpentine Dincer, the GODDESS PCLE.
The Kanoho Sisters,
Hi walla n Warbler.
Duck atJ Wins Dancer.
Mr. Frank Barton,
Dailtona and ComeJIan.
Prof. I. Fross
In Mack Art
Geneial Admission. sc and 5.
Last six rows (or Children under n yesu, 10c.
Reserved Chairs, joe.
Seats can be booked by rlnglcs up Telephone jjo.
Matinee, "2s30 p. m.
Farm at llamakua .....$ 6.ot
A ao-room Lodglns House, u-year lease. 5.00
175 acres coffee land, Kona 5."
Lot M acre near tovn 1,5:
House and Lot, Punahou s
LarseLotand good Palne Business. ... u.co
Large Lot, Palama, nearly 15 acre 4,ou
Lot sojmo.wlth delllnehouse,Quarry St 1,50.
For further particulars apply to
J. JVl. VIVAS,
G Pout Office Lane, - Honolulu.
Co, II Mallora,
Co. B has accepted tho chal
lenge of Co. F to n rifle shot.
One of tho conditions olntod by F
in Bonding tho challongo was that
oncli team ho innde up of ton meu.
Co. B insisted ou fifteen men nt
leaBt nnd this was fiuully agreed
to by F. Tho shoot will very
probably take pliico next Satur
day. Uoth tenms nro now doing
good hard work.
There will be a fiioudly match
between two tennis from tho rnnlw
of Co. B at tho Kuknako butts
Guituv, MaiitU.lin, Zitlior,
Orders to bo loft earo of
It having been voted to Increase the car
Ital stock of the Ewa Plantation Company
to Jj,ooo,ooo, and to issue certificates of
stock of the par valua of twenty dollars
(S20.00) each, for the full amount thereof
to the present holdm of the stock, now
THERL-FOUE the stockholders are hereby,
notified to at once produce and surrender
their present certificates of stock to the
Treasurer of said Ewa Plantation Com
pany, in order that such exclnne Into
?:o 00 shares may Le made. It Is request
ed that the stockholders make CLEAR
INSTRUCTIONS IN WRITING to t he
Treasurer as to the number of certificates,
and number of shares each, in which he
may wish Ills certificates issued. It must
be borne in mind that there will be due on
each new share Issued (covering the In
crease of stock voted) a charge tor revenue
stamps as required by law.
Notice Is further given, that In all cases
where such new issue and allotment will
involve fractions of shares, the persons
who may become entitled to such fractions
must within thirty days make such ar
rangement either oy sale or purchase of
other tractions, as will obviate tue issue
of fractional hhares, whereof notice must
be clven the Treasurer, or such fraction of
shares will be sold at public auction nnd
the proceeds divided among tlwse entitled
Dated Honolulu, H, I., June 15. t&W.
WILLIAM A. BOWEN.
Odd Fellows Memorial
Tho annual inomorlal ssrvlco ot tho
ludopoiulont Order of Odd Follows in
coinmomoratlon of tlceoUKod niumbors
o( the ardor, will bo hold at 2:50 ,. in.
of Sunday, .luno IStlt 1890.
Mombers of local lodpos anil visiting
brothors nro cordially Invited, to bo
prosant nt Harmony Hall, Klnu slrcot,
nt tho luno named.
At tho conclusion of the proscribed
oxorelses at tho lodu;o room conveyan
ces will bo In attondanco to carry tho
inomlxjrs to tho coiiiotary whoro the ro
ninliulor of tho servient will bo held
and tho graves will boIdeeoMled.
Contrlbutons of flowcra aro icquosloil
from niembors nnd frlomls, and a com
mlttoo will bo In attendance at tho lodgo
room on Sunday morning to rocolvo
and nrituio tho same.
lly order of Iho Conunltto of Arrango
mouts. C. T. nODOKHS,
The Woman's BxclianAe.
V. E. 11. STRA.UOH,
Stock Real Estate Broker
financial Agent and Collector.
Lincoln lllock, - 039 King stroct.
114B Teler-hone 641,
The Directors of the Woman's Exchange
wish to state that there Is no authorized
agent to buy or sell goods, or sign receipts
for the Exchange, except the Treasurer,
Mrs. Parmalee, and the Aanager, Miss
E. K. Oliver.
MRS. O. H. GUL1CK, Secretary.
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