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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JULY 15, 1899.
2 mi -
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This tract of most desirable Suburban property
now being opened up with residence sites, lies about three
imSas 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,
IViartoa and Palolo Valleys, with the City of Honolulu, Ewa
and Oahu Plantations, and Pearl Lochs, at its feet. It is en
tirdy removed from all planting of rice or tato, thereby obviat
ing the possibilities of ague and fever. Twelve broad streets
Kkt 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 Aanoa and Nuuanu Valleys,
jpudranteeing from its soft ocean breezes a salubrious climate.
A pumping plant, in the course of installation, settles
the question of water, which will be furnished to purchasers
of this property at Government rates ; this flow of water being
assured from two 12-inch wells which under measurement
show nearly 4,000,000 gallons in twenty-four hours.
These lots contain an area of 15,000 square feet each,
kmi are of two sizes 100 x 150 and 7? x 200.
TERAS : $450 per Jot, $50 additional for corners, spot
cash. $550 per lot, $!0 additional for corners 20 cash, and
f 10 monthly installments per lor, no interest.
MAP OF PROPERTY on view at our office ; and for
further particulars apply to
GEAR, LANSING & CO.
S ff x no, corner KwaumoVu ani Klnau ts ,
(tuy for bulMinc next to handsome residences
up ti x ijo, cIcM fine Residence Lots facing on
Xuulllo and Klnau streets. These are very
rtotce lots, on Una proposed Rapid Transit,
rj iiom on Deretanla street, near Kccau
tvLu street, running throuch to Young street.
Oaf of the most desirable building sites In the
i 1) x )to, on Nobler street, Kallhl, with L on
SUe street. Ciooi elevation, RooJ.vlew: cheap;
juu t seen to be appreciated.
FOR SALE, ON
Ns.tr Knplolanl, A CHOICE RESIDENCE of j bed-rooms, parlor and dining room,
klldien and pantry, bath and patent W. C; Rood plumbing, stable, outhouses, ser
.tarns quartars. Good income property; rents for ?i monthly. Size of lot, 75 x I55
! FOR SALE AT HILO.
IRQftflrt A BAKERY doing good business, store on the principle thorough
&JJJ fiire C)eap rent, 7W0 story building, with good living
looms above, everything complete as regard"? Bakery, Including wJgon and horses;
KMng rooms furnished. Owner desires to sell on account of III health, satisfactory
terms can be arranged with a desirable party. Fifteen year lease on this property
.Will fc-e sold separately.
J GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
Judd Building, Fort Street.
Ramblers at $45.00
Seoni to suit tlio riding public. Ton sold Iho
first wool; tlio now prico is niudo, is tlio start wo
inado. "Wo lmvo a good stool;, as wo buy tlioni in
largo lots ; and wo soil thorn fast, because they are
iho best bargain in wheels over oflbred horo.
By tlio "Australia" this week wo received tho
usual supply of sundries, and another shipment of
wheels. Our Itopair Dopartmont received a lot of
iieins inar wore niiion noeuou, anu wo aro now
.ready for any sort of a repair job that comos our
hway. Try us.
E. 0. HALL
M J.no Cor. Fort and Kins: Sts.
tmfgBI RECEIVED, A LARGE ASSORTMENT
ISSwn Tumblers, Various Sizes,
From 50 cents to J1.75 per dozen.
ilSingle Sets of Harness,
iVmiJ.'.C. Fro'" i-5 to $35 per Set.
tvil "'Mi JJ
" From $32
ti , -t"'
tlldilv ,.019 ..t
JPiirjip Cart Harness, with Saddle
JLA Complete, In good order.
Jk$f$od Stock of Leather on Hand
Vfc2-iMns and Saddle Leather, Buff Leather, Bag Leather, Lace Leather, Alum
SeatlKf. DvU Leather. Sole Leather, Splits Leather, Genuine French Calf Skins from
ifip&rjtSklns, Tanned-Sheep Skins, Wool Sheep bklns, &c.
tfafne and Bridle Buckles, Assorted Sizes,
net ig hoe Thread, Assorted Nos., from 8 to 25,
Mt&rfclue and Green Back Enamelled Duck,
rfJlT6 Inches wide, for Carriages, at lowest market rates.
iian Hardware Co.,Ld
No. 40 s x on Anapunt street. Cottage 7 rooms
s, and bath. Good view, high elevation; cheap,
No.et g x i jr. corner Wilder Avenve and Kewalo.
Nice house of T rooms and bath, large grounds;
fruit and ornamental trees; barn and out
buildings. YOUNG STREET,
& SON, Ltd,
Y4'. I tbtt totumn will bt inutltd alifetnti
liCU MtintArtt tnttrtion: to ttntt ttcond inter
lien; jo tents a week anJ fo tent t a month, Ibit it the
tbetpett JtJvertitlne ever offered tbe people of Honolulu,
FOR SAIE High-era Jc DIKE. Almost new. Ap
ply VICTOR, thla otBce. ii-iw
PR SALE-A BARGAIN-Famlly Carriage llorte
' I'rlnce Henry," a gooJ roaJster. last but eentle;
.ultabte fnr a lajv In drlv. Twn-teiifJ Surrey.
Single Harness, Lap Robes, even thing complete. A
rarsain 10 ine rigm party,
Lleeant unrlffht rranJ 'TUher' Piano. EOod as
new, at half price
Apply to I RANK E. NICHOLS, office ot Wall,
FOR SALE A fine family Imported COW, accli
mated. Will tell cheap AJJrets ' COW," this
FR SALE A rare opportunity to purchase soma
FINETURNITURE; party leaving Islands. In
quire at ai, Klnau street. Honolulu. II. I taq-jt
COR SALE-The RESIDENCE LOT of Mrs. C. D
I Damon, bounded by a frontage of a) feet on
flerelanla street, ail feet on Atakea street, 8o feet on
Young street, and having a depth of agf feet, for
further Information apply tu p. II. DAMON, at the
Hank of Hawaii, Ltd nV)..t
CART FOR SALE-llandsom Driving Cart, with
rubber tires, almost new, for sate cheap, or will
exchange for horse. W. 11. THOMAS, Press Pub
lishing Cosoffice. l68-iw
PR SALE Lease and Furniture of finelyfurnlshcd
house of seven rooms, kitchen, bath, etc House
mosquitn-nroofed; In very desirable central loca
tion. Address I'ostoffice Box ?tr, Honolulu, II. I.
DOOLTRV Laying Hens, $,oo doren-.TtrnllersV
Pullets, and Cockerels, $jixva doien; Young
Turkeys ready for table St. oo each, Stonoa doien,
A limited number only for sale. i. P., Bulletin
COR SALE-A Calllotnla MILCH
r treed. Apply to J M. VIVAS.
PR SALE-One SIIIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
order. Apply to II. 0. Blart, Fort St. not-tf
A TWO-MANUAL an J Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or residence. Dergstrom
Muilc Co , Fort street. 1067
EST t? cent meal In town. Try It and be con-
vinceq. una a caceuior Kesraurant. 1041
COR RENT Two nicely furnished front rooms, for
1 g.ntlemen, or fnr light houstkteplng. Inquire of
HONOLULU DRUG CO. 11,0-iw
COR RENT-TWO TURNIMIED COTTAGES to
1 rent Inqulreof 0. H. UCRRbY, Room No. 304,
Judd Uulldlng. 1 joo-jt
FR RENT-FURNISHEO HOUSE on Beretanla
street. Address P. O. Bo 781. St''
TO LET-A large KITCHEN with RAN3E and
1 DINING ROOM, furnished, for rent; In good
locality for business; on easy terms. Inquire at this
WANTED-POSITION by Expert COFFEh Man,
Planter and M,l,er; seeral years cxpirience
In these IstanJs and In Guatamala Address,
"CO! I EE." Bulletin office. mt-tf
WANTED-A gentle DRIVING HORSE for Lady't
use. Apply "A1," this office. mi
WANTED joo Men to get shaved for uc (white
' earpera). 11. jli ri, 019)4 t-ort street,
CRENCH or SPANISH INSTRUCTION by PROF.
r LOMBARD. II A. I'ostoffice. im-im
LOST Postoffice Savings Bank Past Book No.
606 II. Return to Bulletin office. nj
I OST Pair of EYE GLASSES. Monday night.
s- somewhere between Walklkl and Railroad Station
Finder please return to Capt, Ewart, Bark Colusa,
and receive reward. 1115
BOARD AND ROOMS.
CIOARD AND LODGING In private famllv. Good
D location; largo airy room. Apply jij Beretanla
A PRESSING INVITATION.
That odd GOo. What will it do?
It will clean and press nno or two
suits por wrek, keep your clothes
repaired, small sowing and buttons
replaced, gratia. Old clothes
look new and ycur wardrobo kopt
in good oondition, if you guaran
tee your patrouugo for a month.
A tailor charges you $1.5') to clean
and press one suit, this way you can
have eight suits cleaned for $2 00
per month. Satisfaction guaran
teed or money refunded. Send
order by mail.
Your hat cloaned twice a month
Goods called for and dolivercd
once a week.
H. X. Shaw & Co.,
714 Fort Stroot.
. NUtT OVHl BIANOA LANDS?
'I. R. Mosamau of this city Has
brought action to quiot title
agaiurit S, M. Damon, et al. Trus
tees under thf will of Iioruioo Pa
uahi Bishop, complaining that ho
is entitled in fee simplo to all that
laud in Kalohua, Manna "valloy
included in L, 0. A 8559, Apana
10. t nnrllnn of II V. CCltR.nt Mi
to 0. Eaunina which defon'dants
claim adversely to tho plaintiff.
Castle, Weaver, Achi and Johnson
Juat Pushed Hint Awajr.
Joe Hooniikua was fined $5 and
costs in tho Policu Court this fore-
upon on th" charge of assault and
battery on a Ohinatnau. Tho
plaintiff had a fico that lonkoJ us
though he had run afoul of a looo
motive oupino. The native stated
that ho had run up against tho
Chinaman iu the dark, had push
him out ot tho way, canting a full.
l he follow must have bit the siclo-
W'llk Jitdgt, Wilcox did not
baliovo tho story.
For additional Shlpp'ng News see seventh page.
Dlnuioliil Head SlKiml Btntlon, July
15, 1 pm Weather clear, wind light
Weather Bureau, Punahou. July 15
Temnerntiita Morning minimum,
74( Midday maximum, 87.
(Barometer corrected for gravity .06 )
Barometer, 0 a m, 29.09. Steady.
Rainfall, do, li.OO.
Humidity at 0 a m 75 percent.
Dew Point 72 F.
Friday. July 14.
Am Ml stnir ornlllg Star, Gar
land, from Iiulc.
Am schr Viking PctorBoii, from
Pan Francisco Juno 10, via Albion, 18
(lny; lumber to Oahu B & L Co.
TK K stmr Nlpiwn Marti, from
San Francisco; pass niul nulso to H
Hackfcltl & Co.
Saturday, July 15.
Am sclir TraiiHlt, Peterson, from
San Francisco with mules and cattte.
Stmr Nlllmu, Ilaglond, from Wal
mea with 2820 ax sugar toH Hankfeld
& Co, and 3003 to H M Von Holt.
Stmr Nocau, Pcdcrsen, from Nau
with 4500 sx HUgar to H Hackfeld &
Batunlay, July 15.
Bark Albert, GrlllHh.for Still Fran
cisco wltti 20,075 x suifar valued at
$104,020. ' '
BTEAMEII8 LEAVINO THIB EVENING.
Stmr Kcauliou, Mossier, for Maka
well and Kekaha at 3 p in.
Stmr Walaleale, Green, for Ka
paa at 3 in.
T K K stmr Nippon Maru, Allen,
for Yokohama and Hongkong at 8
VE88EL8 LEAVINO TODAY.
Hwm bk R P Rlthcl, Calhou, for
San Francisco with 32,723 sx sugar
valued at $156,182.
Am schr C 8 Holmes, Johnson, for
Tnwnsend In lmllnHt.
Am bk Martha Davis, Frlls, for San
Francisco with 21.133 sx suar.
Br Hclir Retriever, Parker, for
Hongkong In ballast
Am snhr Fanny Adelc, Rlstrum,for
Gray's Harbor In ballast.
Twpnty two thousand seven hun
dred bags of sugar await shipment
Twenty mules, 10 cjws and 3
horses arrived on the sohoonor
Transit from San Francisco this
The Niihau from Kauai this
morning reports fair weather in
the channel. Tho Mikabala wan
at Niihau and the James Makeo
at Kapaa. Mr Linderman is pur
ser of the Niihau, which has made
her first inter island trip.
A oow on the sohooner Trausit
which arrived this morning from
San Francisco added two Que
looking ortlves to the list of live
stock during the passage down.
Tho crow of tbe Japanese train
ing ship Qiyoi are to be soon
From Nan, por stmrNneau,July
15 A Drier, Mr Walters, wife
and family, Mian Rankin.
For San Francisco, per bark R
P Rithet, July 15 -Mrs 1)L Uow
ersmitb, Geo H Robertson, Jr,
For Towusend, per schr 0 S
Hoi in f 8, July 15 Miss Parner,
Mies Howartu, Miss Dugan, Miss
Olugston, Miss Johnson.
For San Francisco, per bk Al
bert, July 15 M Grannan and
THE CANAL COMMISSION
Washington, July 7. The Isth
mian Canal Commission, tbe suo:
cossor of the Nicaragua Canal
Commission, is considering tbe
details of the work before tbe va
rioua sub commissions, the per
sonnel of which was announced
about a week ugo. Lieutenant
Sidney A. Staunton, llag-lii'uteu-ant
ou Admiral SampBou's cruiser,
tho New York, wa oboseu secre
tary. The Panama canal section
of the commission will probably
visit Paris, and arrangements are
making to that ond.
The work of tho old, commission,
undor the previous appropriation,
is being japidly wound up, owing
to tho decision of the Treasury
Department that tho old appropri
ation does not bold over, except in
tbe case contracts already entered
into. This will throw tbe print
iug of the Nicaragua report on the
new appropriation. Tho roport
has just reached tho Public Prin
ter, eo that its publication id a
in at lor of the distant future.
The observation work begun by
the old commission is being kept
up, and four additional men will
be sent to the field by Saturday's
steamer from NewYork. They
aro J. 0. JoneS of Alabama and
Thomas F. Ooltz of Philadelphia,
both with the expedition last year;
also Standford A. Harris of North
Carolina and W. 0. G. Magrudor
of "Washington, new appointees.
Tho' commission is hurrying to
mako up its Gold plans, and it is
thought the majority of the mem
bers will sail for tho isthmus by
tho end of July.
BEST IN JH WORLD.
WALL, NIOHOL3 CO., Ltd.,
Agents for the llawaiinn Islands.
Coble for Honolulu.
San Francisco, July 8. The
work preparatory to laying a
transpacific cable by tho British
Government is now well under
way, and when Her Majesty's sur
vey steamer Egeris, whh-h arrived
here yesterday, reaches Honolulu,
the whole course for the construo
tion of tolographio communication
between Vancouver and Austral
asia will have been survored and
The survey Bloop Penguin com
pleted a survey Borne months ngo
from Australia to Honolulu. The
Egoria is now engaged in finish
ing tbe work. Tho" Egetia came
iu here to renew her coal supply;
sbo will romainin port about a
week, "and will then nsumo her
work. Cap'aid Smyth expects to
bo about four weeki making the
trip to Honolulu.
The officers of tin Egoria are:
Commautler, Morris H. Smyth;
Lieutenants A. Boyle, T Somer
v:lle, Frederick 0 Learmonth,
Frederick H. Walter, GeofJfro B.
S. Sirason, and Horace 0, Watson;
Paymaster, Robert F. 0. Eames;
Surgeon James Bradley; Engi
neor Edwatd J. Campbell, and
Boatswaio James McGoaoby.
T Ho.lmae Np.lilati Prlaon.r.
Manila, July 7.-7 a. m. The
Spanish ComniisBionen?, who went
to Tarinc for a conforouco with
Aguinaldo regarding the surrend
er of tho Spanish prisonors in tho
bands of tbe Filipinos, returned
bore last night. Chairman Del
Rio of the Commission said tho
release of all the prisoners had
beon practically arranged for, but
it would be necessary to consult
tbo Spauiah Government before
tho asroement could be ratified.
He declined to givo tho terms of
theariangemeut or to say wheth
er tlisu contemplated a ransom.
tie asserted, however, that Agui
naldo had already issued a decree
for the release of the civilian olli
oials and tbo sick soldiers.
Hword nt Ilonnar for Drajrfa.
New' Yoik, July 7. A Sun
cable from Paris says: Colonel
Picqunrt writes that he will offer
to Dreyfus a sword of honor which
has been presented to him by tbo
citizens of Budapest.
Drryfua I. III.
Rennes, July 6 (Cable to Chi
cago Tribune.) Captain Dreyfus
is suffering wilh a severe attack
of dyseutery. The military doc
tor says it is the result of his pro
longed stay in a deadly climate.
During my absence from these Islands
L. G. Muddox has full pov er of attorney
to act on my behalf.'
i2(3o-3t CHARLES LINK
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The Camera that stands HEAD
AND SHOULDERS above all
Dry Plates, : :
The Quickest and Most Lasting
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Fresh Film !
Printing Frames, Tripods, Plate
HolJers, Chemicals,1 and Photo
graphic Supplies of ull kinds on the
Come and see them.
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-33 Queen Street
The undersigned offers at Private Sale
SELECT COWS just Imported, of the ... (
following Standard breeds : T
PART JERSEYS, $.r
And HOLSTEINS. ' j
Apply early, to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
3) Queen street
M. i I
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 rCnahumanu
' ., D. KAWANANAKOA,
I2C9-2W ,. J. kalanianAqle.
Lot oi x 125, with new cottage, at
Punahou, cor, College and Domlnis Sts.
, Lot at Palama. about 'A acre.
, A ao-room lodging house, with a 12-
year lease. ,':,.
A good paying business and large' lot
of land, centrally located.
Farm at Hamakua, Hawaii; part In
Lot 50 x 120 Quarry street, near H.
Farm at S. Kona, part In coffee.
Lot. 75 x 2oo, Beretanla street tKa-
For further particulars apply to
j. m. vivas,
G Poet Office Lune, - Honolulu,
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