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This tract of most desirable Suburban property
sow 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,
ftlanoa and Palolo Valleys, with the City of Honolulu, Ewa
And 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
,ive access to the pioperty, and are crossed by six avenues.
Seven of these Boulevards are now opened up, the balance in
course of construction.
From its position it is entirely removed from the high
inds 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
a-fie question of water, which will be furnished to purchasers
scf this property at Government rates ; this flow of water being
.assured from two 12-inch wells which under measurement
iiow nearly 4,000,000 gallons in twenty-four hours.
These lots contain an area of 1S.00O square feet each,
tad are of two sizes 100 x 150 and IS x 200.
TERMS : $4 JO per lot, $?0 additional for corners, spot
lash. $W0 per lot, S0 additional for corners 20 cash, and
'10 monthly installments per lot, no interest.
AMP OF PROPERTY on view at our office; and for
further particulars apply to
GEAR, LANSING & CO.
. 1! J! x 900, corner Ktf umoku ani Klnau sts .
reii) (or building, next to handsome residences
t 10 o x ion, eight fine Reldcnce Lots facing on
Lunalilo and Klnau streets. These are very
choice lots, on line proposed Rapid Transit,
to, s 100 x soo, on Dcrctanla street, near Keeau
TOku street, running through to Young street.
One of the most desirable building sites In the
t J. 40 n X 30, on Nobley street, Kallhl, with L on
side street. Good elevation, good,vIew; cheap;
r.Uit be seen to be appreciated.
FOR SALE, ON YOUNG STREET,
J'r Knplolanl. A CHOICE RESIDENCE of 3 bed-rooms, parlor and dining room,
SdUhen Mid pantry, bath and patent W. C; Rood plumbing, stable, outhouses, ser
vanN' qu.irtars. Good Income property; rents for $40 monthly. Size of lot, 75 155-
FOR SALE AT HILO.
Af&fb A BAKERY doing good business, store on the principle thorough
POW fare c,eap ret. Two story building, with good living
iooms above, everything complete as regards Bakery, Including wagon and horses;
Jiving rooms furnished. Owner desires to sell on account of 111 health, satisfactory
i-rrrs can be arranged with a desirable party. Fifteen year lease on this property
vlll be sold separately.
GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
Judd Building, Fort Street.
1889 RAMBLERS AT $45.00!
The bargain of the season. Buying in large lots puts us
in a po-ition to sell low, and the big shipment we have just
received is to be sold at this low price.
With a wheel at this price you can better afford to ride
than not, for time is money and car fares are cash.
To ride easy ride a RAMBLER.
Oor. "Fort and Kins: Sts.
Columbia and Itambler Agonts.
JUST REOSIVED, A
Blown TumbSers, Various Sizes,
From 50 cents to $1.75 per dozen.
Single Sets of Harness,
Double Sets of Harness,
From $32 to 45.
Dump Cart Harness, with Saddle
Complete, In good order.
A Good Stock of Leather on Hand
Viz : Harness and Saddle Leather, Buff Leather, Bag Leather, Lace Leather, Alum
Xeather. Dash Leather, Sole Leather, Splitz Leather, Genuine French Calf Skins from
Europe, Goat Skins, Tanned Sheep Skins, Wool Sheep Skins, &c.
Harness and Bridle 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.
Bawaiian Hardware Co.,Ld
No. 4975 x uj, on Anapunl street. Cottage i rooms
and bath. Good view, high elevation; cheap.
No. 51 ox 157, corner Wilder Avenve nd Kewalo.
Nice house of 7 rooms and bath: large grounds;
fruit and ornamental trees', bam and outbuildings.
& SON Ltd,
R '" JH
to f 35 per Set.
rtr?5S'''' ' Ion column will hi inuttti tllfctnll
G& thnifiril tnutlionj to unit ucond inttr.
lion: to einti a tvitk an J M ttnli a month. 7An it Ibt
tbtfit odvtrlitint tvtr offtriJ Ibt fitofilt of Honolulu.
COR SALE A stylish driving MAUH, 4 years old,
sound and a Rood itepptr. Price, $150. Ad
dress P. O Boa 1. iij-iw
Cheap, a Gentleman's BICYCLE
' cood as new.
Address Joe Marlon, Hawaiian
PR SALE Lease and furniture of finely furnished
house ol scen rooms, kitchen, bath, etc. House
mosqulto-proolcd; In very desirable central loca
tlon. Address Postoffice Box 717, Honolulu, II I.
POULTRY Uylnc Hens, Jim doren- Broilers,
I Pullets, and Cockerels t on a Antrn: Ynunr
Turkeys ready for ttMe St.cxieach, $10 00 a doten.
A limited number only for sale. G. P., Bulletin
COWS Tame milk lock, heilthv cows, S$oo
grown heifers $1$ 00. A few head only remain
Ing, for cash. Apply at once R, C, Bulletin office.
COR SALE-A California MILCH COWs good
r breed. Apply to J M. VIVAS. ujftf
CALE OR EXCHANGE-Roll-top Desk. Racln.
- I etter Press, Copying Bath, Letter Books, Car
bon Paper, 6-8 Camera, 8-ro Geor- Lens, Levergne
Lens, Koaan. iamlka. r u. uox i;i. mo-im
FOR SALE for $1000, An Established Honolulu
Mercantile Business ravine J100 oer month Ad
FOR SALE In Berkeley, one hour distant from
ban Francisco, A gentleman's place; six acres
E round facing two streets. House of ten rooms,
aunlry. Pigeon and Chlekcn House, Artesian well,
finest water In Alameda Co. Electric cars nass the
door. Price $15,000.
AJjress ueaxen s uookstore,
p6 Sutter st .
is4i-im San Francisco.
COR SALE-One SHIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
- order. Apply lo II. O. Blart. Tori St. nol-tf
ATWO-MANUALand Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or residence. Bergstrom
Music Co , Fort street. io6t
:EST ascent meal In town. Try It and be con-
vlnced. Llnd's Excelsior Restaurant. 104-
ANTED -A YOUNG LADY
YOUNG MAN (American preferred), as partner
or assistant In a manufacturlne business, nn
capital required. X. Y. .. Bulletin office. 1-64-iw
WANTED-POSITION by Expert COrrEE Man.
Planter and Miller; seeral years cxctrlence
In these Islan-s and In Guatamala Address,
"COI rLE." Bulletin office. n;6-H
UANTED-A gentle DRIVING HORSE for Lady's
' ' use. Apply "M." this office. 1146
1MNTCD joo Men to get shaved for 15c. (white
W barbers) II. JEI FS. 619H Fort street, opp.
Club Stables tsoo-tf
PRENCH or SPANISH INSTRUCTION by PROF,
r LOMBARD. II A. I'ostoffice. u-im
I OST Postoffice Savings Bank Pass Book No.
L. 606 B. Return to Bulletin office. u;-
I OST Pair ol EYE GLASSES. Monday night,
- somewhere between Walklkl and Railroad Station
rinder please return to Cart. Ewart. Bark Colusa.
and receive reward. -34s
rO LET Cottage In Kobcllo Lane. Apply J F.
I BOWLfcR. King street. uGx-xt
TO LET-A large KITCHEN with RANGE and
1 DINING KOOM. furnished, for rent: In good
locality for business; nn easy terms. Inquire at this
COR RENT-rURNISHEO HOUSE on BereUnla
street. Address P. O. Box 781. !5J-H
pOR RENT Two nlcelv furnished front rooms, for
gentlemen, or for light housekeeping. Inquire of
HONOLULU DRUG CO. io-iw
FOR RENT Small furnished MOSQUITO
PROOF ROOVt. for gentleman, llcretanla St..
near Thomas Square. Address "A. B. X.." this
BOARD AND ROOMS.
BOARD AND LODGING In private family. Good
location; large airy room, Apply 511 Berctanla
Concerning (he Nippon.
The Toyo Kisen Eaisbn's Nip
pon Maru nrrived yesterday morn
ing carrying the germs of tho
dread bubonic pleaue, Bays the
Ohroniclo of the 28th. The
steamer wa9 ordered into quaran
tine at onco, nud although she
will.be released after being thor
ouihly fiiinigatpd, passengorri
and otlicors will be held on Angel
island for from ono to two weeks.
One Jnpnnese pur-songer, a
woman, who had taken passage to
Honolulu was not allowed to land
there, ishe was ill and to the Ho
nolulu doctors hor illnoss showfd
euspioious signs of developing
mto tbe disease they were trymg
to keep out of tho island port
They refused to allow hor trans
for to tho Oity of Columbia on thn
grounds that her condition was
such that the exertion of tho re
moval would probably bo folio ved
by fatal results, aud that so long
as sho reinuiuod quiet, thcro wnt
somo chunce for her recovery.
Dr. Day, the port physician said,
if they moved her they would lay
themselves open to a ohargo of
criminal negligonco in tho event
of her death. This woman con
tinued to grow uorso and the
signs of tho plague became moro
mauifost day by day. Sho died
on June 25 and her body was at
onco thrown over the side.
The Nippon Muru arrived hero
onrly yesterday inorniug", llyiug
tho yellow Hag. Sim proceeded
directly to an anchorage off the
quarantine statiou, where Sar
aeons Keuvon, Kerr und Matthio
son of tho Federal Quarantine
Service boarded her. The pas
sengers woto all mustered and
carefully examined. So far there
nro no more signs of sickness on
D. Q. Odtnurinos will reoeivo
per S. 8. Australia a largo con
signment of Oherries, Grapes,
Apricots, Plums, and pother
fruits. Eastern Oysters in Tin
and Shell, I'urkeys aud Ohickons,
Onrao ana hish.
For additional Shipping New! Me teventh pace.
Diamond Head Signal Station, July
7, lpm Weather hazy, wind fresh
Weather Bureau, Punahou. July 7
Temperature Morning minimum,
73; Midday maximum, 83.
(Barometer corrected for gravity .06 )
Barometer, 9 a in, 2P.00. Irregular.
Rainfall, do, 0.01.
Humidity at 9 a in 50 percent.
Dow Point 01 F.
Thursday, July 0.
Hclir Luka, from Hawaii; 1740 Lacs
U a A T Valencia, Lane, 8 days
from San Francisco.
Friday, July 7.
11 M 8 Warrlmoo. C W Hov. from
Vancouver and Victoria.
Stmr WGHall, Hngluml, from Ha
waii with GU00 hngs or sugar.
Thursday, July 0.
Schr Moklhana, for Molokal.
Bohr Mo I Wahlne, for Hamakua.
Br S S Aorancl. Camnbell Hen-
worth, for Victoria.
Friday, July 7.
Stmr James Makee. Tullett. for
Hauamaulu at 4 p 111.
Schr Millie Morrii, Kulkahl, for
Schr Bob Boy, Kolll, for Oahu
Stmr Nlllinu.IIngluiiil, for Walmea
and Kcknlia at 4 p m.
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT
Tho steamer Kauai is at Kaana
pali. Tho ship Iroquois is docked at
tho Oceania wharf.
The Australia, due hero on Mon
day, is the next liner from San
Barkentino William Carson has
been chartered to carry coal from
Newcastle lo Honolulu. Tho Oar
sou is at proseut in Puget Hound.
Tho steaiuor Niihau (formerly
tho Huoneme) wilt leavo today at
4 p m for Wiiimea and Kekaha.
Oaptain Hagluud will bo on tho
Oaptain Kuikahi will take tho
sohoonor Millio Morris, which has
been tboroghly overhauled, nnd
refitted to Eoolau ports today,
whore rice will bo loaded. '
At the new Fishmarket wharf
the steamer Oity of Columbia is
taking aboard Btores and coal pre
paratory to hor departure for Ohi
na, which may possibly occur to
morrow. Tho overdueAmerioanMaru from
Yokohama on hor nriival in this
port will discharge her passengers
into tbo Oity of Columbia that ia
if tho latter boat has not left for
The little schooner Ooke, Bailed
from San Francisco to this port in
26 das by Oaptain Freitcbo, was
sold yestorday by that venture
some mariner to Captain OlUney,
well known navigator of this oity.
Oaptain Oiuney may sell the boat
or put her in the Island trade.
Tho Coke's former owner intends
retnrning to Sin Fraooisco.
Washington, Juno 27. Tho
cruiser Ohicago has sailed from
Tamatatoe, Madagascar, for Dola
goa. Tho ship was on her way
around the Oapo of Good Hope to
Brazil, but owing to tho unsettled
stato of offairs in the Transvaal
she will be retained in that vicini
ty as long as may be necessary to
afford protection to the American
interests in that quarter.
The RMS Warrimoo docked
at the Paoifio Mail wharf at au
early hour this morning. Sho
brought mail, passengers and
about 400 tons of general cargo
for Honolulu. Tho Warrimoo left
Vancouver at 3 pm, Juno 29th,
and Victoria at 10 o'clock at night
of tho same date. Oapo Flattery
was cleared the following morning
at 3 o'olook. Modorate northerly
to N E trade winds, smooth soae
and fino weather wore experienced
throughout tho passage. The fol
lowing is a list of tho cargo
brought by the Warrimoo: 1
rico hullor, 32 cs ootton goods, G cs
blankots,7oi books,14cs dry goods,
1U bales cottons, 'm skgs lamp
goods, 25 crates tobacco, 4 cs no
tions, 4 cs hair pins, lii os boots
and shoes, 3 cs hardware, 1 c
clocks, 25 cs knit underwear, 10 cs
rubber shoes, 4 cs playing cards,
25 cs champagne, 12 cs wiuos, 2 cs
wmeky, u cs canned moats, 400 03
lard, 4 cs soap, 2 bx adv matter,
305 bbls beer, 455 casks bottled
beer, 180 bx do, 2 casks portor,
1000 Bks bran, 1800 sks flour, 4 as
shaw goods, 100 cs crowbare, 175
cs picks, 0!) 03 mdso, 8 os machin
ery 90 cs butter, 55 tubs do.
From Vancouver and Victoria,
por II M S Warrimoo, July 7
Mrs W Maxwell, Master O Max
well, Miss Hill, Mrs II I Bissoll,
i. i:n.ii .,, i.!1,j iit a
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BEST !N THE WORLD.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd,,
A&ents for the Hawalinn Islands.
Safe Investment. (
Remember Morgan's Auction Sales :j
On Saturday, July 8, 1899,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
1. Tbo Gulick xu'omisos, King street.
2. Incomo Froducing Property, on Boretunia street,
opposite resiiloneo of Senator H. W. Schmidt. Ono storo
and 9 cottages ou iirojiorty.
3. Four Seaside Lots at Kaalawai. Frontage on tho
beach. Government water laid on. Fino sea bathh'g.
JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctioneer,
33 QUEEN STREET.
Biokmore, Mrs Biokmoro, Mrs (.
O Langill, John Edward Borey C
A, Mrs Ludolf, Miss D Do Ceu,
Mies A Riokard, Miss F Bickard,
Mrs I Holland, Mr and Mrs Oar
raker and 48 through nassfgors.
From Euu, Eona, Maalaea and
Molokai, per stmr W Q Hall,
July 7 Dr McMillan, Miss Mc
Millan, H H Clarke, H A Russel,
OF True, Donald True, A J Wil
son, Mrs Dr J Aloherly, Miss At
chorly, B N Kahalapuna, Mrs
Neeley Miss Mary Pedro, Mark
Moki, Miss Euli, Miss Eamahn,
Amy Moses, T MoTighe, A M
Ball, J M Eaneakna, J A Mo
Oandless and 90 on deck.
During my absence from this city' MR.
A. W. KAUFFMAN is hereby authorized
to transact all business In connection with
the schooners "La Ninfa" and "Rob Roy."
I26s-3t JOHN H. WILSON.
British Benevolent Society.
THE ANNUAL MEETING WILL BE
held this evening at the Waverely Club
rooms at 8 o'clock.
Honolulu, 7th July, i8og. 1265
i. Lot 91 x 125, with new cottage, at
Punahou, cor. College and Domlnis Sts.
2. Lot at Palama, about i acre.
3. A 4Toom loJglng house, with a 12-
4. A good paying business and large lot
of land, centrallv located.
5. Farm at Hamakua, Hawaii; part in
6. Lot 50 x 120 Quarry street, near H.
7. Farm at S. Kona, part In coffee.
B. Lot 75 x 200, Beretanla street (Ka-
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Post Ottlce Lane, - Honolulu
4. L.i -v 'IV
-33 Queen Street
SATUliDAY, July 8, 1899,
AT 12 O'OLOOK NOON,
At my salesroom, 33 Queen street, I will
sell by public auction.
That Valuable Piece of Land on Bereta
nla between Punchbowl and Alapai streets,
opposite the residence of Senator H. W.
The property has a frontage of about 144
feet on Beretanla street and Is from 116 to
190 feet deep. There Is a Store and 9 Cot
tages on the Property, which at a low ren
tal will bring In nearly S70 per month.
A splendid opportunity for Investment.
Map and further Information at my
JAS. F. MORGAN,
On SATUliDAY, .JULY
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON. V
At my Salesroom. Queon street, I w!l
solt by Publlo Auction,
4 Fine Beach Lots
To the Eastward of Diamond Head.
These lots are finely situated, facing the
beach and command a line view of the
ocean nnd Diamond Head and the pic
turesque country to Koko Head.
The property Is adjacent to the holdings
of A. S. Cleghorn, Esq., and Cecil Brow n
Government water laid to the lots.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
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