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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., AUGUST 20, 1899.
MfiDJ)PS STOCK REPORT
Between Boards This morning 50 Ifonomu 160
Session Yesterday afternoon too Honokaa jo, ts
llontmu 160, 100 Ookala 22, 5 Oahu 08.
Session This morning 65 Mutual Tel. isM. 100
Frof. M. M. Scott presided nt
tbo first meeting of the Teacbors'
Aeuocifttiou hold yesterday after
noon iu tho High School building
After short addresses by M. M.
Scott and H. S. Townsond camo a
report of work on tho Island of
Hawaii by Miss Aogola Orook.
0. W. Baldwin spoko for Mnni,
Mr. Tnggnid for Oahu and Mr.
Davis for Enaai. H. S. Town
send, Miss Angela Orook, 0. "W.
Baldwin, Mr. Davis and T. H.
Gibson woro appointed to prepare
a coarse of study for thdTjoming
year. The next meeting will bo
held Angnst 29.
To IMlotoQrnpli Hcene.
Cbarloa Wealkornjix uo
the Williams plioto'inph gallery
wont down to Moaualua thin foro
noon in company with Deputy
Marshal Ghillinaworth to take
photographs of tho scuno of the
rec?nt ahootioi! which resulted in
tho death of Biasi.
ii C5cRfj 7
Co New TRIBUNES per steamer Moana.
TRIBUNES BLUE.TRIBUNES BLACK.
TRIBUNES for Gents.
TRIBUNES for Ladles.
f ...Comfort ...
For ... Safety frRlde the Tribune.
WHITMAN & CO.,
Pacific Heights Notice.
Applications will be received at the office of BRUCE
a. -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 of 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.
i,. The elevation of the property is from ISO to 750 feet
above sea level.
Ai Applications will be numbered and filed, and choice will
toe 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.
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.
BERGSTROM MUSIC C0.,Ltd.
COHNIIH I'OIIT AND W'.mJTANJA HTUKKTN,
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Musio at the Now England Bak
ery Laoai tonight.
Nicoly furnished house of six
rooms to lot. 800 To Lot column.
Qreen turtlo soap served -with
regular dinner bill at tho Home
A dividend is duo and pnyablo
to the shareholders of tho Koloa
Sugar Co. Spii Now Today.
Writing aod accounting dono
accurately. Cost of references.
Motlnrato rates. Seo Wadt col
Mr. and Mrs. Josoph Morso ex
pr2Bs heartfolt thanks for the
thoughtfuluces of frionds during
their recent bereavement.
Jewish residents aro notified
that a meetiug will bo held at tho
Orpbeum hotel on Sunday, Aug
ust 27, at 7:30 p. m. See Now To
day. Kinamaka, a native, has
brought n suit for divorce against
Kamano. his wifp. on the charoo
of desertion. The two havo five
J. F. Morgan will sell by auc
tion a lot of household furniture
on Tuesday, Aug. 29, on tho
premises Young street. See ad
on page 8
In tho Police court this after
noon Jobansen, the Russian Finn
charge with assault on Mrs.
Klein raer, was found guilty and
fined $2 and costs.
3. G. Pratt will act for 0. S.
Desky in his absence under full
power of attorney. Mr. Desky
ieavos for the coast today in the
Nippon Maro. See New Today. ,
Among thoeo who arrivod from
Kauai this morning on the Mikn
bala and Wninlenlo were Mrs. 0.
B. Dole.G. It. Denett. DrGalbrnith
and son, Mrs. Hundley and M.
Bioycle Patrolman von Hogen
was given back his place on the
force .this foronoon. The caso
brought against him by his wife
has been settled out of court and
all is lovely again.
Two Japanese sailors, deserters
from .-the Tovo Mara, recently
here, are still at the station hooBP,
and tho authorities nro anxious
that something bo dono at once to
nave the fellows snipped back to
their own country.
Joo Lucas tho hack driver aod
interpreter of about seven differ
ent languages, leaves for Europe
in the Nippon Mara this after
noon, lie will nrst go to Austria
and from there will go to Paris to
be in attendance at tho Exposi
tion. Lucas expects ultimately to
R. I. Jordan recently Buffered a
considerable, loss by tho miscarri
Hce of a letter containing bill of lad
ing for a quantity of fruit sent to
tno estates, xno letter, tbougn pro
perly directed was returned from
tbo dead letter oQico, having re
mained in the .Spokano postoffice
for fully a month. How it got to
that office no one can say, but Mr.
Jordan lost his whole shipment of
fruit and can get no redress. Tue
poatoQico department will be noti
fied. Baseball Today.
There will be a game of base
ball between tho E. O. Hall &
Son and Paoifio Hardware Go.,
teams on the Makiki baseball
grounds at 3:30 o'clock this after
noon. Everybody is invited. Ad
Another winner In this
Easy, comfortable and
sensible. A combination of
everything that denotes re
finement. There Is nothing that we
can add to Increase the repu
tation of the JOHNSTONE
& AtURPHY Shoes. They stand pre-eminently In a distinct cla;s of
their own. If you haven't worn a J. & At. you don't know what com
Mclnerny Shoe Store.
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
window awnings. Telephone us and we will show you samples and make
PEARSON & POTTER CO., Ltd.,
312 Fort street. Telephone 565.
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Pantographs are largely
used as a source of amuse
ment by young and old while
they guide the unskilled hand
in malting enlarged drawings
from smaller pictures by a
mechanical process. KING
BROS., have them for" sale.
110 Hotel street.
r i"r "Jfi i75. T5. -K. J& iK. iB. JTi "JR. "
And 25 Cents,
x Ana 25 cents, &.
p GOOD FOR ONE COPY ft
Sf'On to Manila,'
By DOUGLASS WHITE,
"Examiner" War Correspondent Jai
fcPTSa ?& TSa 5 f24J i 4 mA
luKnowalliowners ofthese Vdgmntanl
mals, that I will sell them at public nuc!
tTolTSATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9th, at
12 o'clock noon, at the Government Pound
Makiki, Kona, Oahu, unless called for
before that time :
August 22, 1899 One Black Mara
brand unknown, white spot on forehead
white spot on neck, and rope fastened
August 22, 1809 One Bay Mare,
branded I on left hind leg, white spot
on forehead, forelock cut, halter fastened
to head, white spots on back, two front
legs black, and two hind legs white.
August 22, 1890 One white, b'ack
spotted Horse, branded SB on right hlnJ
leg, forelock cut, halter fastened to head.
4 feet shod. 1306
TABO PATOU PIDDLK8.
Workmanship and. Material Guaranteed. Repainat
-No. 219K KINO 31.
Jose (le Espirito Mi
King ttrttt, - two doors blow Punchbowl ttiM
Guitars, : TJItuleleia,
TARO PATCH FIDDLES.
Workmanship anj material EUrn(d. Repalrlt
How Guam wpsjtaken is told in
On To Manila.
Ballentyne & Eakin
If yougwant to buy either Real
l-Mute or Sugar Stocks, cull and
Careful attention given to every
Torchon : :
E. W. JORDAN'S,
No. 10 FORT ST.
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