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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,
Vlanoa 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
give access to the property, 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
winds and heavy showers of Manoa and Nuuanu Valleys,
guaranteeing from its soft ocean breezes a salubrious climate.
A pumping plant, in the course of installation, settles
ihe question of water, which will be furnished 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 1 5,000 square feet each,
tnd are of two sizes 100 x 10 and 7 J x 200.
TERMS : $4 SO per lot, $10 additional for corners, spot
cash. $0 per lot, $$0 additional for corners 20 cash, and
10 monthly installments per lot, no interest.
MAP OF PROPERTY on view at our office ; and for
further particulars apply to
GEAR, LANSING & CO.
to, iS vj x loo. comtr k'cuumoku anJ Klnau sti ,
rcaiy.for tulMlnc.next to handsome reslJences
fl" to 1.9 x too, rlfiht fine Residence Lots facing on
Luualllo And Kinau street. These are very
choice Iota, on tine proposed Rapid Transit,
lo. tj ico x 990, on Dcretanla street, near Keeau
troku street, running through to Young street.
One of the most desirable building slus In the
In. a tit x jo. on Notley street, Kallhl, with L on
dt street. Good elevation. good,view; cheap;
n'ust re seen to be appreciated.
FOR SALE, ON YOUNG STREET,
Near K.iplolanl. A CHOICE RESIDENCE of 3 bed-room?, parlor and dining room,
kitchen and pantrv. bath and patent V. C; Rood plumbing, stable, outhouses, ser
vant' quartars. Good Income property s rents for 540 monthly. Size of lot, 75 55-
FOR SALE AT H1LO.
)t?nfi A BAKERY doing good business, store on the principle thorough
ipJJJ fare c)eap KvA, Two story building, with good living
looms above, everything complete as regards Bakery 1 indudlnn wagon and horses;
living rooms furnished. Owner desires to sell on account of III health, satisfactory
terms ..an be arranged with a desirable party. Fifteen year lease on this propirty
will te sold separately.
GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
Judd Building, Fort Street.
jfl Ramblers at $45.00
Scorn to suit tlio riding public. Ton sold 1 ho
first week tlio new nrico
made. Wo liavo a good
largo lots ; and wo soil thorn last, ueeauso they aro
tho best bargain in wlicols over otlbred hero.
Jiv tho "Australia"
usual supply of sundries,
wheels. Our Repair Department received a lot of
items that woro much
ready for any sort of a repair job that comes our
way. Try us.
0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. Fort and Kino: Sts.
JUST RECEIVED, A LARGE ASSORTMENT
Blown Tumblers, Various Sizes,
' From 50, cents to $1.75 per dozen.
: Single Sets of Harness,
From $10.50 to $35 per Set.
Double Sets of Harness,
From $2 to 545.
Dump Cart Harness, with Saddle
Complete, In good order.
A Good Stock of Leather on Hand
Viz : Harness and Saddle Leather, Buff Leather, Bug Leather, Lace Leather, Alum
Leather, Dash Leather, Sole Leather, Split 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., r.om 8 to 25,
White, Blue and Green Back Enamelled Duck,
50 Inches wide, for Carriages, at lowest market rates.
Hawaiian Hardware Co. ,Ld
4) 7 x ts on Anapunl street. Cottage i rooms
and bath. Good view, high elevation; cheap.
ji 41 x 1 J7. corner Wilder Avenve and Kewato.
Nice house of rooms and bath: targe grounds;
trult and ornamental trees; barn and out
is made, i3 tlio start wo
stock, as avo buy thorn in
tins week wo received tlio
and another shipment of
needed, and wo aro now
EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JULY 14,
rtfji''" Ibil column will hi inurtii ttlfttnto
lfi& tintfirtl Iniettlon; to unit uconJ Inur
linn) )t tntt uttk J a ctnli a nonlb. Till It Ibi
tbitful aJvtrbunf mr of in J Ibi ptopli of Honolulu.
SAI E-lllfh.pr.ldj HIKE.
Almost new. Ap
pijy iliuk, inn office.
COR SAtD-A RARGAlN-ramlly Carriage Horse
' ' I'rlnce Henry." a Rood roadtter, last but cenllc:
suitable fr a lady to drive. To-ated Surrey,
Single Harness, Lap Robes, even thine complete. A
bargain to the right parly.
Elegant upright grand "Tlsher" Piano, good as
new athallprke .
Apply to PRANK E. NICHOLS, office of Wall.
Nichols Co., Ltd. mo-tf
COWS Tame milk stock, healthv cows, $n oo
grown heifers $aj no. A few head only remain
Ing, for cash. Apply at once R. C, Bulletin office.
COR SALE A line family Imported COW. accll
T mated. Will sell cheap Address COW." this
FOR SALE A rare opportunity to purchase some
FINEIURNITUREj party leaving Islands In
quire at ai? Klnau street, Honolulu, II. I n6ojt
COR SALE-Tho RESIDENCE LOT of Mrs.C, B
1 Damon, bounded by a frontage of ait feet on
deretanla street, alt feet on Alakea street, j8o feet on
Young street, and having a depth of ao feet. For
further Information apply to F, U. DAMON, at the
Hank of Hawaii, Ltd u69.1t
CART TOR SALE Handsome Driving Cart, with
rubber tires, almnt new, for sale cheap, or will
exchange for horse. W. U. THOMAS, I'rtsi Pub
lishing Co'a office, ia68-iw
PR SALE Lease and furniture of finelyfurnlshed
house of seven rooms, kitchen, bath, etc. House
mosquito-proofed, In ery desirable central loca
tion. Address Postoffice Box ;ir, Honolulu, II, I,
POULTRY Laying Hens, $1 00 a doren; Urollers.
- Pullets, and Cockerels, Ij 00 a doren; Young
Turkevs ready for table St. 00 each, Sionoa dozen.
A limited number only for sale. G. P., Bulletin
PR SALE A California MILCH COW; good
breed. Apply to J. M. VIVAS. ii-i-tf
One SHIPMAN ENGINE In terfect
Apply to II. G, Dlart. Fort SI. no,-lf
A TWO-MANUALand Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
" Suitable for chapel or residence, Berestrom
Music Co.. Fort street. 1067
EST ij cent meal In town. Try It and be con.
vinceq. una s Lxceisior Kesuurant. 1041
COR RENT Two nicely furnished front rooms, for
g.ntlemen. i,r forllghthousikteplng. Inquire of
HONOLULU DRUG CO fc ,,io-iw
PR RENT-TWO TURNIHED COTTAGES to
rent Inquire of Q. H. UERRbY.R00mNo.ao4,
Judd Building. 1160-3!
FR RENT-FURNISHEO HOUSE on Beretanla
street. Address P.0. Uot78i. 155!!!
TO LET-A large KITCHEN with RANGE and
DINING HOOM. furnished, for rent; In good
locality for business; on easy terms, Inqulrft'at this
WANTED-TOSITION by Expert COriTfc Man.
Planter and Milter: several years exnerlence
In these IslanJa and In Guatamala Address,
"iUI I Lli." Hullctln office. n;6-tf
UANTED-A gentle DRIVING HORSE for Lady's
'' use. Apply "At." this office. 1116
WANTED 500 Men to get shaved-for i.e. (i.nile
, . ,ljr). K. JtrfS. 6ioJ4 Fort street, opp.
FRENCH nr SPANISH INSTRUCTION by PROF,
r LOMBARD. II A. I'ostoHice. n-im
LOST Postoffice Savings Bank Pass Book No.
606 B. Return to Bulletin office. ia-s
I OST Pair ol EYE GLASSES, Mondiy night.
L- somewhere between Walklkl and Railroad Station
Finder please return to Capt. Ewart, Dark Colusa,
and receive reward. 1145
BOARD AND ROOMS.
BOARD AND LODGING In private family. Good
location; large airy room. Apply ji Beretanla
A PRESSING INVITATION.
That odd 50o. What will it do?
It will clean and preea uuo or two
Buita por week, keep your clothes
repaired, einallsowing and buttons
replaced, gratis. Old clothes
look new and your wardrobe kept
in good condition, if you guaran
tors your patronago for a month.
A tailor charges yon $1.50 to clean
and press one suit, this way ynu can
have eight suits cleaned for $2 00
per month. Satisfaction guaran
teed or nionoy refunded. Sand
order by mail.
Your hat cleaned twice a month
Goods called for and delivered
onoe a week.
H. T. Shaw A Co.,
' ' 714 Fort Stroot.
, Not the least beautiful of
wonders nature has lavished
upon Hawaii is the variety of
fishes in the surrounding
waters. Some of them gro
tesque in form and others
most marvelously colored.
KING BROS., have a fine
collection of water colors.
PASS ENOCHS AlUUVBD'.
From K'tpaa, per stmr Waialo
ale, July 14 l)r Watt and 5 on
For YoHolmran, ppr 8 8 It.o do
Janeiro, July 14 Mrs It V Mc-Douuld.
For additional Shipping News see seventh page.
Diamond Hem) Signal Station, Ju y
14, 1 pin Weather hazy, wlntl Unlit
Weatlior Bureau, Puliation. July 14
Temperature Morntni; minimum,
CO j Midday maximum, 87.
(Barometer corrected for gravity-.06.)
Barometer, 0 a m, 30.01. Steady.
Rainfall, do, n.OO.
Humidity at 9 a m 07 percent.
Dew Point 00 F.
Thursday, July 13.
Stmr Mokolll, Dowor, from Molo-
U S T Wyeflctd, Cartmor, 10 days
from San Francisco.
Friday, July 1G.
Stmr Wataleale, Oreen, from Ka-
Fna with 400 las?s of Btipar to W O
rwln & Co, ami 3000 bags to C Brower
Stmr Morning Star, Oarland, from
the South HetiB.
Thursday, July 13.
Stmr Lcliua, Bennett, for Kauna
kakal. Stmr Mokolll, Dower, orMolokal.
Stmr James Makee, Tullett, for
Stmr Maul, Macdoimld, for Olo
walu. Stmr Helone. Welsbartli.. for Pa-
Stmr IwalanI, Gregory, for Hania
kna. Stmr Kllohana, Thompson, for Ho
1 hi a po.
America Maru, Cope, for San Fran
cisco. Friday. July 14.
OSS Australia, Houolette, for Sail
S S Klo de Janeiro, Word, for Yoko
hama and Hongkong with 00,039 pkgs
of mdo mid 313 pkgs of treasure,
VESSELS LEAVING TOMOltUOW.
Stmr Kcauhou, Moslicr, for Maka
wull mid Kckalia at 3 p 111.
Stmr Walalcalo, Green, for Ka
paa at 3 p m.
Am Bohr A J We!,t, Ogllvle, for
Gray's Harbor In ballast.
W8 APKAID TO TISLIV
In the Police Court this morn
ing Henry Neubnur wis snntenc
ed to one year's iraprisojinjpnt at
hard labor for malicious injury.
It soems that one day about tho
end of laBt month Ncubaur with
his chum, Frank Oassidy, borrow
ed a sail boat from Mr. Dowell
and started to sail outsido tho
harbor on a fulling expedition.
Cassidy made no pretence of
being a sailor and the respon
sibility of handling the boat fell
on Ni-ubaur who said that ho un
derstood the managing of her.
Noubaur showed conclusively
that he knew nothing whatovor of
yachting. Abont the time the
liphthouse was passed, when the
wind proved pretty strong, he
allowed the boon to swing around
unawares knocking young Cassidy
overboard. Cassidy was resoued
by a ushing boat, lie had a very
narrow escape for his life, not
knowing how to swim.
Nfcuhanr attempted to bring the
boat about so as to run her into
port, bat that he was unable to do.
He dropped tho small anchor
overboard, althongh, aa he toUifi
ed himself, he knew it could not
Neuhaur then sang out to a
couple of Japanese fishermen who
were in the vicinity to come and
tako him ashore. This the fislu'r.
meudid. Noubanr says that ho
endeavoured to make the Japa
nese understand that they would
bo paid if they took the sail boat in
but they evidontly could not
Neubanr got safely ashore and
kept out of the way of Mr. Dowell
tho owner of tho boat, nor did he
tako pains to notify anyone of tho
loas of the boat, that steps might
be takpn towards its reoovery.
Mr. Dowell at Inst met Nou
baur on the street aud sought an
explanation, Later ho had the
young-.inan arrested. V
Noubaur, on the stand, give a
his reason for not reporting the
loss to Mr. Dowell or ths police,
that ho was "scared." Frank Cub
sidy was held for investigation,
lioth of tho yonng men are rooent
arrival in the Islands, having de
serted from vqsboIs patting in at
lotanl Prize Winner.
The prizo winners at Iolani
School for excellence in school
work during the yoar aro: Fifth
and Sixth English subjeots, Jno.
0; AiiderBen, Henry Hart, J. D.
Aitnoku. Religious knowledge1,
T. Andrews. Mathematics, Phil
lip Wong and Kim Fook. His
tory and goography, Lo Olmng.
In tho Fourth English subjeotst
Liutuor Evnns. In tho Third
English subjoots, Ed. Malmulu.
In tlio Second General subjeots,
1899. ' S ' ' ( T 1
BtST INJHE WOULD.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd,
Agents tor the Havvallnn Islands.
ANOTHER TRANSPORT HERE
Orjo of tho largest freighters
that has ever pat in at this port
lies alongside the government
dock at the Waikiki end of tho
Pacific Mail wharf.
ThoU. S. Transport Wyofiold
was sighted early yoeteiday after
noon and a few hours later saw
her uuloading tho living portion
of hT freight,
The ouo hundred nnd forty
horses intouded for tho Fourth
Unitod States Cavalry at Manila
are to enjoy a week's recuperation
in the U. S. Government puddooke
Over half of them were unl ailed
lost evening and tho balauco wore
taken off the transport this morn
ing. All ate in splendid oondi
tion and are noblo looking ani
mals, exciting tho admiratlon-of
thomany who gaibsied to watch
their transfer from tho steamer to
None of the horos woro lost nu
the trip down from San Franoitco
and there aro no accidunti to
The animals are in cbnrgo of
Lieut. Slavin, TJ S. A , and Dr.
Plummer, V. S. Twouty-throe
men of the Fourth Cavalry looked
after them in transit.
The Wyefiold was built two
years ago at rort lilacgow, her
Urst trip was7 from Loudon to
Woi-hai-wci with stores for the
Asiatic souadron off that nort.
Thenoe she sailed to British Co
lumbia, and for the past six
months has been ooasting along
tho Paoifio coast. Heroflicors'are:
Captain, Otrtmer, first o 03 cor,
Orone; second officer. Duncan;
third officer, Moore; purser, Cart-
mer; chief engineer, ltuubart;
second ongiueer, Turner; third
enaineer, Johnson; fourth en
The Wyeneld has a capacity of
5500 tons of freight.
Her dimensions are as follows:
Lenath, SiQ'feol; beam, 40J feot,
anil 22 ft-et mean draught.
The stores aboard tho trans
port for the troops in the Philip
pines measure 7000 tons. She
only about thirty-throo men in her
crew, a rather small number for
the size of the vessel
Dr. Plummer was oh thn ship
Tticoma on hf r first trip to Maniia
with a cargo of mules. Tho veteri
nary is well known in this city,
and his friends are making tho
moit of his short stay here.
Tho Wyefield willload 300 tons
of coal hero, she will proceed to
Manila in about a week.
Captain Gartmt-r has his wife
and daughter aboard with him;
this is tho first time he has visit
ed Honolulu. '
Oahu Sugar Co.. Ltd.
Notice Is hereby given that the new
Issue of Oahu Sugar Co.'s stock will be
ready for delivery on July 20th.
J. F. HACKFELD,
i27''2t Treasurer Oahu -Sugar Co,, Ltd.
Dealer in Dry Goods, Gvooor-
Boots and Shoos, oto
Al!iua1lty L. A. lllco for salo.
No -Kin'Nutmnu stroot. cor, Cliaplaln'bt,
P. O. llox 10U. 1271
And Paper Hmigor.
133 Xuunnu .Vvontte, Honolulu, U, I,
it 33 Queen Street
The undersigned offers at Private Sale
SELECT COWS Just Imported, of the
following Standard breeds :
Apply early, to
JAS. F. .WORGAN,
jj Quwn street
All persons who are tenants of what has
been known as the Kaplolanl Estate are
hereby requested to make prompt payment- -''
of the amounts due by them, to'the under
signed, at their office on Kauhumami
i2(jo-2w J, KALAN1ANAOLE.
1. Lot 91 125, with new cottage, at
Punahou, cor. College and Domlnls Sts.
2. Lot at Palama, about i acre.
3. A 4o-room lodging house, with a 12
4. A good paying business and large lot
of land, centrally 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.
8, Lot 75 x coo, Beretanla street (Ka
paakea). For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Pont Office Lane, '- Honolulu.
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