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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., AUGUST
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THE DAY'S STOCK REPORT
Dtwen Boards This morning too llonomu 16c,
Session Yesterday tiernoon 1000 O R & L Co
Dondi io?, $oOlaa aio. tjodo i-to.
Session This morning 10 McUnJe u-in, 94
Pioneer Mill afo, 10 Waialu assestble 106, jOahu
t'onlil flp.slc Kn0lali.
A day or two ago n
Portuguese, working for th
contraotora now busy with
tho Houolalu Bower, was cUb
missed on account of his complete
ignorance of tho English lnngnngo,
making it difficult for tho men iu
char; to get him to do anything,
Shortly afterward the follow re
turned and looking up the head
man, said: "Won't you please give
mo back roy job, I have a largo
family and must obtain work."
The follow had evidently been
afraid that ho would ba imposed
upon if it was learned that bo
could speak English.
Will Itcmaln Her.
Harry Ponhallow, son of Cap
tain Ponhallow of tho schooner
Alice Cooke, will make his future
homo in Honolulu. Mr. Penhal
low hs boon employed by tho
lUpid Transit Go. as an oleotrioal
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Co New TRIBUNES per steamer Moana.
TRIBUNES BLUE.TRIBUNES BLACK.
TRIBUNES for Gents.
TRIBUNES for Ladles.
f ...Comfort ... )
For ... Safety f Ride the Tribune.
I... Pleasure ...J
WHITMAN & CO.,
Pacific Heights Notice.
Applications will be received at the offide of BRUCE
WARING & CO. for the purchase of Lots on
Situated on the magnificent hillside between Nuuanu and
Pauoa Valleys, and commanding a superb marine and scenic
view stretching from Diamond Head over Punchbowl to the
Waianae range ot mountains.
A broad, winding Boulevard giving access to the property
is now in course of construction, and choice lots of sufficient
area for magnificent homesteads will soon be available.
On the Nuuanu side of the hill is a Pali protecting it from
the high winds and heavy showers of Nuuanu Valley, ensuring
a salubrious climate.
The elevation of the property is from 1!0 to 7 JO feet
above sea level. .
Applications will be numbered and filed, and choice will
be allotted according to the number of the applications.
Only $1,000 for a lot 100 x 200 feet. Terms easy.
BRUCE WARING & CO.,
Rooms 7 and 8, Progress Block.
M m imn HlM imamI mmmmimmm-
ON INSTALLMENTS OF
$10.00 PER MONTH.
NOW is the time to buy.
Your old piano will be taken
as part payment on a new
one. We buy in large quan
tities for cash, so can give
you a better piano for $250
than any one else.
MGSTROM MUSIC C0,Ltd.
t'OUKKIl VOKV AND HKKKTANIA OTHKWlb,
Onliu Lodge, No. 1, K. of P.
Work in tho Btrond riuk tonight.
The U.S. Co., Ltd., bus live
stook and bnyou tho Mohican nnd
Still another nppetiziug din
ner will bo Berveil nt tbo liotue
linkury this evening.
A meeting of elockholdprs of
the J. J. Egnn, LtM,, will be bold
on Aug. 31. SeS.w Today.
Mortgage- papers lost. Fivo
doll-ira reward on returning to tho
Ouhu Lumber Co. See Lost col
umu. Postroaator General J op. M
Oat is expected u tho China
from San Francisco on the first of
Tho funeral ot Mr. Karralti
will bo h Id fioin tho limine, on
Peuflncola street at 4.:'U this nfter
noou. E. A. William, uuder
tker. 1) li I."itn'. Vl.ltor,
P S. Kellogg, M. D , win on th
grounds yesterday, as a guest of
Daniel Logan of tbo llawalinn
Commission. Tho doctor conduct
ed a sanitarium in Honolulu soino
years, nnd wbou tut Spanish-American
war came on ouliste.l hb an
army surgeon, and went to Manila,
where ho spent nearly a year. On
account of sickue&B be camo homo
some weeks ago, and is now
on routo to Manila again to re
sumo his work a surgeon io the
regular army. He waH very much
pleased with th'e 'exposition ax a
whole, but wan especially delight
ed with tho Hawaiian exhibit,
which bo characterized nB being
very completo and fully represen
tativo of tho country. Omaha
liKborl rillirrr KrlHpao.
London, August 17. Tho cor
respondent of the Times at Bon
nes, who speak of a relapse notul
by tho doctors after tho iloentgcn
examination of M.Labori's wound,
saya: This was probably due to
tbo fact that hi-t inability to nt
tend tho court-martial while Drey
fus was being subjected to a grand
inquisition at the haniltt of Mer
cier, Itoget and others preyed up
on M. Labori's mind. The official
bulletin phjh to little importance
to tbe relapse.
Wnrrnni fir .Nicol.
Elizabeth Nicol ba? bworn out a
warrant for her husbaud on the
ohargf of malicioutii. jury. She states
that Nicol went home to the bouse
on School street jeatonlay and, iu
a very short timo, broko up house
keeping. Tbo furnituro ib a wreck
and the bonso. is in an oxtremely
Mrs. Nicol is tho woman who
appeared iu the Police Court the
other day ainiust two young Port
ugese, stating that one of thorn
throw a rock at her.
imiva at Om.hN.
Visitors to tho Hawaiian Village
now aro having an opportunity of
seeing tho natives at work build
ing their huta of coonauut leaves.
This is a sight whioh one will
probably never Lava a chanoo of
witnessing again. Daring, tbe hot
days children almost live iu tbo
water and tho patrons ot tbe Ha
waiian Village aro being enter
tained by such feats in the water
as tboy bave never seen before.
m m tm
TrllurHl Will Accept.
Loudon, August 17. The Pre
toria oorrespnudeut of tho Times
save: The ultimate adoption of
Sir Alfred Milner's proposals is
Urryfua 41art Adjourns.
Keunes, August 17. Tho Drey
fus court adjourned after partly
hearing Colouel Picqaart, who
will continue his deputation tomorrow.
JiWWWT "VI AT i AM
lfcliMilitittf ii-'' "" Mil
f NOTHER LARGE INVOICE of the J. & M. Shoe, acknowledged
io oe me greatest Shoe of the Nineteenth Century.
XI Clear, smooth Russia stock; easy to the footj always In share,
and takes a mirror shine.
For a real IiIrIi grade shoe Insist on having the J. & M.
Mclnerny Shoe Store,
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
We are pleased to announce that we are now In position to take meas
urements, give estimates, make, deliver and put up, anything In the line of
plain white, or fancy stripe duck awnings, at short notice. Nothing so
adds to the comfort and beauty of a house as handsome lanal, porch and
u Indow awnings. Telephone us and we will show you samples and make
PEARSON & POTTER CO., Ltd.,
, 312 Fort street. Telephone 565.
Guitar s, Ukuleles,
TARO PATCH FIDDLES.
Workmtmhlp tnd Materlil Guiramttd. kepm
RoyalJame H AMS
High rade i Uj-to-tl&te
SGonsult WANTS in To-dav's Bullctingg
No.2l'H K1N fl.
Klne lrt, - to doon ttow PunhNlitMl
Grxxitctrs, s fliiTleiiH,
TARO PATCH FIDDLES
Workntnthlp fnd matarUt guaranfei Pfpal.tn
twmamitatwmfmiam 1 1 i m
Public Lands Notice.
On Monday, September 25. S59, at
o'clock noon, at the front enhance of tht
Judiciary Building, will be sold .-t Publlo
Auction, Lot of 4 acre at Pniilub l;v
Oahu, being a portion of th- oU r,.-ih.ili
fish pond, lying mauUa of the line cf
O. R. & L. Co.'s track.
Upset price, $200.
Terms, Cash, U. S. Gold Coin.
For plan and further particular-, -, .y it
Public Lands Office, Honolulu.
Per order of Commissioners PuMlc
E. S. BOYD,
AUgUSt 21, I8CJ9. IJ3( jt
If you want to buy either Real
Estate or Sugar Stocks, call and
Careful attention jjlvcit to every
Torchon : :
No. 10 FORT ST.