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for additional Shipping Newt u teventtiptRt.
I OST Pair of Gold Spectacle. Reward If tc-l-
turned to II. LtCHTKi. 606 Fort street. i8 )t
I OST Pottoffice Suvlne Bank Pass Uook No.
L. 6o II. Return to Bulletin oflice.
LOST Pair of EYE GLASSES. Monday nlcht,
somewhere between Watklkl and Railroad Station
Finder please return to Capt. Ewatt, Hark Colusa,
and receive reward im
jwmi uummmmmmm u
FOR SALE Cheap, a first-class LADIES' CHAIN
LESS WIIEfcL Inquire Cen'ral Tire Station.
PR SALE-CARPENTERS' SHOP. Bench. Tools
etc.. complete. Good IKIne for man handy with
tools; price $7S
PR SALE A nARGAIK-ramlly Carriage Horse
"Prince Henry," a good roadster, fast but gentle;
suitable for a lady to drive. Two-seated Surrey.
Single Harness. Lap Robes, ever) thing complete. A
Bargain to the right patty.
Elegant upright grand 'Tlsher Piano, good as
new. at half price. .. .. .. ,
Apply to IKrtPIN L. DIUNLIl., onice m TBH,
Nichols Co.. Ltd.
ETOR SALE-A fine family Imported COW accll
mated. Will tell cheap AJjress
POULTRY Lajlng Hens, JooA doren; Drollers.
Pullets, and Cockerels, $joo a doren: Young
Turkeys ready for table ft.ooeach, Jioooa doien.
A limited number only for sale. G. P., Bulletin
MUCH COWi good
Apply to J. M. VIVAS. lasji-tf
COR SALE-A California
flPffMk " ityas 1TV?4
COR SALE-One SIIIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
l order. Apply to II. O. Blart. rort St. not-tt
A TWO-MANUAL and Pedal Uasa RCLIJOKUAN
Suitable for chapel or residence. Bergstrom
Music Co.. Fort street.
DEST ascent meal In town,
Trv It and be con-
Llnd's Excelsior Restaurant. 1041
ROARD AND ROOMS.
OOARD with nicely FURNISHED ROOMS can be
O had at soi Heret.nla trel. llrs-iw
COR RENT-rURNISIIET HOUSE on Beretanla
T street. Address P. O. Box ;8i. 5'I
LET A large KITCHfcN with RANOE and
1 DINING ROOM. furr.Mid. for rent; In good
locality for business: on easy terms. Inquire at this
WANTED-POSITION by Expert COFrEb Man.
Planter and Miller; seeral ear experience
In thse MinJs and In GuatamaLi
-OI rEE." Bulletin tifife,
WANTED-A gentle DRIVING HORSE for Lady't
use. Apply "M." this oflice. uh
UMNTED 500 Men to get shaved for 15c. (while
W barbers). II. JEFFS. 6i4 Tort street, opp.
Club Stables noq-tl
Porter Furniture Co.,
AVAVtJKLLiY BLOCK, COR. HOTEL AND BETHEL STS.
I KEEN KUTTER
U Arrived This Week' :
As soon as thfc' aro opoirocl and ready
8 ilu wo will toll you moro about tliom.
CRrNCII or SPANISH INSTRUCTION by PROF.
r LOMBARD. II. A Postoldce. lasj-im
KXMH VUW GOOD UAI.T,.
Tim gnmo between tho StfiTB
and Kiimohatncbns Saturday,
although not as pretty a ono as
tin- 4th of July gfimo, wa9 un
doubtedly tho hardoit fought of
tho eoiison. Thn Kama flaw thoir
opportunity to tio tho gamn aud
tuo blarA were nuxiouH to tutu one
more scalp to thoir belt in order
to oliuch tho srahonn champion'
ehip. Not rauoh onthuniasra wao
exhibited by tho crowd in the
bncinninu of tho crime bat this
did not lust long. Tho people
warmed out when they found tho
scoro 4 to 2 in favor of tho Stats
in tho third inning with goose
Dlnmoml Heat Signal Station, July
21. 1 n m Weather clear, wind light
weather Bureau, Punahou, July 24
Temperature Morning minimum.
73; Midday maximum, 85.
(Barometer corrected for gravity .06.)
Barometer, 0 a m, 29 07 Falling.
Rainfall, do, (1.00.
Humidity at 9 a in GO percent.
Dew Point 04 F.
Saturday, July 22.
Stmr Upolu, Ilciiiiliigsen, from Ha
waii. Stmr Ktnau, Freeman, from Hllo:
410 micbH spuds, 187 nneks corn, HS
hcatl hoggH, 2) hcail cattle, 21 bdla.
nldca, 274 ))Kg euiitirieg.
Sunday, July 23.
Stmr Claudluc, Cameron, from Ka
hulul, 033 sucks sugar, 2&0 sacks pota
toes. U! sucks com, 133 hoggs, 18o pkgs
Nor stmr Thyra, Etlwardson, from
Yokohama, 383 Japanese immigrants,
ICO'J tons mtUe, to Alexander A Jliild
wlu. Am Htmr City of Poking, Smith,
from Yokohama, passengers anil 310
tons mtlse to H. Hackfleld & Co.
StuirLchua, Bennett, from Kuuna
kakai. Brstmr Oaclle, Finch, from Yoko
Imma, nnscngerH and mtlse to H.
Hnckfeld & Co.
James Makec, Tullctt, from Kapaa,
2450 sx sugar to C Brewer fc Co.
Stmr Mlkahala, Thomp'ioii, from
Nawlllwlll, 4200 bags sugar to Alex
ander & Baldwin, 1U24 bags sugar to T
II Davis & Co.
Am sch F S Rcdfleld, Blrkholm,
from Tacoma, lumber to Allen &
8h Star of Itaty, Wester, from
Newcastle, 2351 tons coal to Allen &
Schr Kauikeaoull, Ialua, from
Stmr Jlokolll, Dower, from Kauna
Sunday, July 23.
Am stmr City of Peking, Smith,
Br stmr Gaelic, Finch, Sun Fran
lsco. U S A T City of Pa a Robinson,
YEHSELS LEAVING TOMORItOW.
Stmr Kluau. Freeman, for Hawaii
anil way ports ot noon.
Stmr Cliiudlne, Cameron, for La
hlna and Kuhulul, Kcauiie, Hana,
llamo.., Klpahulu, and Xuhlku ulo
Stmr Noeau, PedoiHon, for Laha
tnu nnd ICaanapall at 4 p m,
Stmr James Makee, Tullctt, for
Kapaa at 4 p m.
Stmr Mlkahala, Thompson, for Na
wlllwlll, Elccle, Hananepe, Maka
well, Walmcauutl Kekiilm at 5 p 111.
TO SAIL THIS AFTEIINOON.
Stmr Keaiihou, Moshcr, for Hana-
miuila anil IColoa at 4 p in,
Stmr Lehua, Bennett, for Kauna
kakai, Lahalua, Kahalcpalaoa, at
5 i) m.
Stmr Mokoltl, Dutlolt, for Kamalo,
Ptikoo, Houoltin, JIaluwa. Witllau,
Pcieicunu, uuiiKiuaupapaai3 ptn.
Bark Ceylon, Wilier, for Sun
Francisco, with 10,775 bags of sugar,
valued nt SS0.02S.
BEST irTHE WOILD.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd,,
Agents for the Hawailnn Islands.
Qaolio--MisHt)8 Dinan ('2), Mrs J
F Hurnburg, Mrs Sloggott, Mr
and Mrs Oroxlon, Mr and Mrs
Uale,Mrs H A Widemann, daugh
ter aud maid, Mrs 0 O Berger,
Miss Hilda Border, Miss Minnie
Uorger, Miss Olga Berger, Miss
Atwood, O O Berger, Walter Mac-
Farlano, Taylor MoLuine, Mrs
Burko, Miss Burke, A Burke, 0 0
Burke, W H Singor, Mr and Mrs
Morritt, Misses Morritt (2), Mies
it 33 Queen Street
French and Spanish Con
versation Lessons by a prof,
just arrived from Europe.
Write to R69 post office.
The Tlvoll Opera Co.'s Subscription
list for season tickets will open at 9 a. m.
Wednesday, July 26, at Bergstrom Musk
Store, Fort and Beretanla streets, Progress
1270-iw R. I.. SCOTT.
(Succossor to O. I.lnd),
N'liimnu and Hotel streots
Lnto of Hotel stroot,opposlto Pantheon
II itnl. Flrn-nln'it innal 25e. 1270
On WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1899
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
Ship Georgo Curtis is loading
sugar at the ruilway wharf.
Uiinn. nnidlllnn all 1 ritvt n ti i
111 IUU 1111KU IUUIUj Willi UUUou I KJUI.L nnauiu du..uuui. uu
eegs in the second and third in- Kauai amouuts to 19,G 0 bags.
ningii for botn sules. i'Uo tsinrs At 4 o'clock yostorday afternoon
The Regular Meeting of the Catholic
Benevolent Union takes place this (Men
dnv evenltiir. Julv 11. :it 7:10 o'clock at
I I. a Mlcctnn All motnhAre nrm rerw.jtfiillt.
Invited to attend.! " - .
:A. S. HUAIKHKEYS,
JOHANNES F. ECKARDT,-
HALL & SON, Ltd,
Oor. Fort nnd Kins Sts.
Coliimulu hihI Ilambler Agonts.
JDST RECEIVED, A LARGE ASSORTMENT
Blown Tumblers, Various Sizes,
From 50 cents to 51.75 per dozen.
Single Sets of Harness,
From $10.50 to $35 per Set.
Double Sets of Harness,
From f 2 to 545.
Dump Cart Harness, with Saddle
. Complete, In good order.
A Good Stock of Leather on Hand
t: H irnen an 1 Sa.l.lle Lt Uhtr, Bu.'f Leatlur. Bag Leather, Lace Leather, Alum
leither, L)ih Leather, Sole Leather. Split? Leather, Genuine French Calf Skins from
lurope. (joat SUIns, Tanned Sheep Shins", Wool Sheep Skins, &c.
Uarness and Bridle Buckles, Assorted Sizes,
Shoe Thread, Assorted Nos., from 8 to 25,
?Wliite, tilueand Green Back Enamelled Duck,
;o Inches w!Je, for uarrlages, at lowest market rates.
Hawaiian Hardware Co,Ld
made 2 in tho fourth and the
scoro wiib tied. In tho fifth tho
Kains mado 2 and in tho tovouth
tho Stars tiod ngniu. Thon tho
Earns added 2 runi to thoir credit
in the oighth and f hut out tho
Stars. As tho latter wore unable
to score in the ninth the game
wont to the Karas.
Colorml Urtinl ! tL Caucart.
Tho grouuds mil strooUou'sido
the Hawaiian hotel wero crowded
Stn'dy night with hnndrwli of
po.p!o .vho '.ui'ucil sut to lie.i th?
hanil of tho 21th Inf.uitry now ou
its way (o Mauila in tho City of
Farn that called Sunday. Each
selection by the colored boys wai
heartily onoorod. One man
made tho roinark that ho euoorod
60 much felt nshauied to do it any
more when tho Inst selections
wero being played. The concert
was certainly an excellent ono and
was enjoyed by all pro'ent.
Sixteen out of twouty OhinyBO
gainbl rs were nrrostod Saturday
night (u the olmrgo of gambling.
A line of SI nud costs was uu
po6od in Hih caso of each. Tho
cases of the other four wore nolle
nroa.'d. The Ohineso in question
worn arroshd iu iv joint on lintel
street. All tho doors wero open
nnd the gamblers Av.ro tnakiug a
lot ol noixu.
Many ot our old residents
fail to appreciate the wealth of
beauty nature has lavished on
Hawaii Nei. lt is left to the
stranger, who knowing a good
thing when he sees it, wends
his way to KING BROS., 110
Hotel street, for photos to per
petuate the memory.
tho City of Para eaibd for Manila.
Tho U S oruieor Boston arrived
at Yokohama July 2 from Nagasaki.
The U S collier Brutus will bo
despatched for Guam tomorrow
The U 8 Hospital Ship Roliof
will sail this utternoon tor ouu
Thu Thyra brought 500 steerage
passengers, iiu for this city ana
10;) for San Francisco.
A laruo nuuibtr of .rapanoo
iounifMuntfl Iihvu hrmoil here per
steamers (Jity of Poking, Guolic,
Tho City of Peking left Hong
Aong on tho 221 of June, Shang
hai on the 20th, Nagasaki July G,
Kobe July 10, and Yokohnmu on
From Yokohama per steamer
Gaelio -For HonoluluJ Bsh
rend, Mrs H Cook, Mies Davis,
J S Fnsselt nud valot, Mrs John
GibBon, F Mntuuoka, U. Mizuno.
Through -Captnin Baeoons, A W
Bain, O Beioiford.Mrs H 0 Bryer
nnd two childrou, Miss Oallagban,
I P Eppincer, Mrs lt T Hall, C J
Kuhu. J F Lawrenoe, Miss E A
Lyon, T Neudeck, F L PBogst,
Mrs F S Ptiugst, Miss E A Pros
ton, Wong Qnai, Mrs G IJ Ran
som, MnBtcr Horooo Ransom, E
H Dean Smith, Mis Sitiiutou,
Loe Tim, child aud sorvaut.
For San Frnnoisoo por steamer
City of PekingOaptaiu A 0
Ducat, Mrs Liudsay, Mr nnd Mrs
J F Lnrkiu, Miss "Wicland, Mis O
A Ah'xaudor, Gus Muuor, O Ship
man. Y Adloff, Mr and Mrs W H
Garliuk, Miss E Guraouu, Col G
W. Maofarlano, wife child, and
maid, Walton Wooloy, aud two in
For Sau Franoiaco per Btoamer
Notice Is hereby given that the under
slcneJ has on the icth dav of Julv. A. D.
1800. purchased from Charles Clark all
the stock In trade and all goods, etc., etc.,
In the store known as No. 3 In Myrtl
Building. Fort street, Honolulu. Island of
Oa iu. nil debts or other liabilities contrac
ted by said Charles Claik prior to said
date will be settled by said CharleslClark.
TIN SING & CHEW' WING,
Dated Honolulu, July 22, 1899. i27Q3t
the Promise, Fort Stroot, I will
THE LARGE BUILDING
Formerly occupied by II. May & Co.,
bptweon tho storos of J. J. Kgan nnd
E. W. Jordan. Also tho largo shod ad-
lliilldlna to bo romovod within 30
d iys from day of salo. Iliilldlngs sold
from roof to ground.
Tonus Cash, U. S. Gold Coin.
Building opon for Inspection all day
Tuesday, July 25.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Thcro will bu a Callml Mooting of thn
MbiubtMol tho lljn-x-'ltt-upyrn lAUgiiii on
Tn.whiy Mnriilll'', tlio 25th Init., at 10
o'clock, at the V. M. O. A. nail.
All luotnliur.s nnu llioso wislilng to
Join tho I.pnguo aro requostod to attend.
In Action on
Mauna Loa !
DM PHOTOGRAPHIC Co
Cor. Fort nnd Hotel Sts.
At th-s Annual Moetlng of WM. O.
IK'iVIX it CO., Uiiiltod, hold 011 Fmlay,
July 2lHt, 18110, tht) following fctouk
holdorH woro oloctoil to servo ns olllcora
of the company for tho ousutiig yoar, viz:
Win. Q. Irwin President
Claus Sprockols Vice-President
W. M. Qlirard Soc. nnd Troas.
Hi M. Whitney, .Ir Auditor
n.M. WniTNKY. JR.,
Acting Secty. W. O. Irwin A Co.
Oornov lot mid cottago at
Kalihi. Tonus $200 casli,
balanco $25 por inontli. A
good ohanco to socuro a homo
Hon easy terms.
A unmoor 01 lots at Juilihi,
50 x 100 each. Tonus to
No. 10 Tort St.
1. Lot 01 x 125. with new cottace, at
Punahou, cor. College and Djinlnls Sts.
2. Lot at Palama, about i acre.
3. A 40Toom 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 200. Beretanla street (Ka-
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Post Office Lane, - Honolulu
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