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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H, I., SEPTEMUEU 22, ISM.
THE DAY'S STOCK REPORT
Dtttctn UoirJj YcsttrJay (tmoon Pioneer
Iletiteen IlonrJt Tills morning s Wlalu rIJ
i6, 10 W.lalua .isessable la, 16 Pioneer ss, 5
Slon YeUerday afernoon mo OIa .jo, $J
WalaluaatseMiHe ;, 50, Klhel 5.25, 6 0ahut9S.
Session This morning-Mai Olaa . jo, 95 Mauna
tel 15. 50 KIM laKi 100 llonokaa jj, 10 Walalua
ralJ 165, 5 Walalua palj 16s
URN. MIL! S AND Till! IMIILlPrlM.N.
New Nork, Sept. 12. In res
Poubo to a ronowed iuquiry
whothor thero was any prospect of
h's going to Manila to nssumo
command of tho United States
forces there, Gouornl Miles said:
"I cnunot toll, Tlioro aio no now
developments in tho mntlor, co far
as I know. Certainly snoh n mis
sion would bo a Roriom and res
ponsible oua and I don't think
that anybody would ask to be sont
there. A varioty of complicated
problems await solutiou in tho
Askod of he would not like to
go out tlioro and undertake the so
lutiou of those problems, Gen.
Miles smiled tranquilly and re
plied: "It iB a Boldior'u duly to
go whero ho is sont and to do the
very boat ho can when ho goes
IF YOU WANT A SUBSTANTIAL,
EASY-RIDING WHEEL, BUY A
WHITMAN & CO.,
Pacific Heights Notice.
Applications will be received at the office of BRUCE
WARING & CO. for the purchase of Lots on
Situated on the magnificent hillside between Nuuanu and
' Pauoa Valleys, and coniniandin.tr a superb marine and scenic
view stretching fiom 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.
The elevation of the property is from $0 to 7 JO feet
above sea level.
Applications will be numbered and filed, and choice will
b'e 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.
: JUST OUT :
Alofea Collection -Hawaiian
PUBLISH Ei) BY CHARLES A. K. HOPKINS.
Price $3.00, 7i cents a Song !
Contains tho Following Choice Selections:
i. Aloha Oe (Farewell to Thee).
2. Ua Like no a Like.
3. Ke Aloha I Hlki Mai.
5. Maul (Two Step).
6. Kalakaua's Serenade (Duet).
7. Makalapua, Lllluokalanl's Ser
9. Lei Ponl Mol (Wreath of Car
ii. He Lei No Kalulanl (Wreath for
12. AInahau (Kaiulanl's Home).
13. Nu'a 0 ka Palal.
14. Nuuanu Walpuna.
1 5. Wal 0 Punalau (Waters of Puna-
:. lau- -- "
16. Sweet Violet.
17. Malkal Walp' (Beautiful Wal-
18. Poll Pumehana.
19. Ka Inu Wal.
20. Sweet Lei Lehua.
21. Na'l Aupunl.
23. Remember, Be Sure and Be
24. PuaokaiHe-l (Sweet Rose Bud).
25. Pua Sadlnla (Gardlnlas).
26. Akahl Hoi (For Once Again).
27. Ol Hoi Ha.
.18. Adlos Ke Aloha ( Adieu, My
30. Paa.hana, "Hula."
31. Na Mdokama.
32. Halll Po I ka Lehua.
33. Sunny Manoa.
34. Maunawlll, "Hula."
35. Hone Sakala.
36. Moanl Ke Ala (Two.Step).
37. Toml, Toml, "Hula."
38. Lei Ohaoha.
39. Wlllwlll Wal.
40. Sweet Lei Mamo.
TROM MUSIC fJO.,Ltd.
COKNKU KOHT AND UEUETANIA STREETS.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Orphpum matinee at 2:30 p. m.
Fishtail ferns for sale. See For
Lost a pmall black silk cape.
Si'o JJost column.
American Messenger Service
Maoonio Tomplo. Telephone
Furnished cotlauo centrally lo
caled is to let. Soe To Lot col
Woverloy Olub members now
being enrolled. See Fraternal column.
Nicely furnished rooms hi the
Popular H0U80, 1C1 Fort otreol
from 31.00 per wook rip.
Yon can make no niistnko in
pu-chtising a Tribune bioyclo. It
is a gentlemen's wheol, it is relia
ble and satisfactory in every par
ticular. Mechanic's Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, week or month. TormB: 25
and 50 cents por night. 31 and
$1.25 por week.
Miss Alico Wall accompanied
both Annis Montague Turner and
her brothor, Dr. O. E. Wall at tho
flag social in tho parlors of Cen
tral Uniou church last ovuniug.
The opening of tho school term
at l'unnhou finds that institution
in very prosperous condition. The
attendanco at tho college is now
110 ami at tho Preparatory 220.
Tho complimentary boneflt tend
ered to Jim Post and May Ashley
takes pluce in tho Opora Houeo
tomorrow orouing. Bo thero and
bid an aloha, to your old friends.
An miction salo of 7118 sharps
of Kiiinr.lomipur stocks now dilin
qnont will take place at noon to
morrow at Morgan's salesrooms,
3S2 Queou slrt-et. See nd on psgo
J. W. Haas, II. St. Goar and
wife, Doctor Mo Way ne, B. F.
Dillingham nnd H. F. Hnysuldon
and family wore among tho pas
songers for Hawaii ou the Mnuua
Clnrenco II. Cooke, V. H. Bab-
bitt, John Waterhouso and Frank
Armstrong aro among tho youug
men who aro tryiug to organize
an athlotio club composed of
Tho clerk of tho receiving
station will movo back to his old
place in tho Iowor part of the
building tomorrow. Tho improv
ements in ado thero will trnr the
criticisms of the particular.
Miss Hofman of tho Punahou
Art Department has an exhibit in
tho window of Bonson, Smith Co.
Tho Art Department is a new
featnro at Punahou which is fast
becoming popular with tho gene
Stable Uurncil flown.
Whilo the auction sale of Ha
waiian curios belonging to tho
late liuwaru uowbcu was going
on in Morgan's salesrooms, tho
Btauio at tno uowbcu uome was
burning down. Although tho
fi.o department arrived in good
season, tho structuro was burned
to the ground. Tho kitchen of
Guerrero, steward of the Kinau,
caught fire on account of its close
proximity to tho names but the
firemen boqu had this out.
Hay be Libel Suit.
It is understood that a Porta
guese, recently arrested and tried
on the obargo of practicing medi
cine without a license will bring
suit for libel against a certain
newspaper of the oity for the
publication of an article in which
he is wntton up in no unoertain
Ballentyne & Eakin
If voti want to buv either Real
Estate or Sugar Stocks, call and
Careful attention given to every
Another winner In this
Kasy, comfortable and
scnslble.H'A combination of
TJicreJs nothing that we
canjdd tcTlncrcase thVrepu
fatlonbf the JOHNSTONE
& MURPHY Shoes. They stand pre-eminently In a distinct class of
their own. If you haven't worn a J. & At. you don't know what com
Mcinerny Shoe Store.
M Pianos j
& 1 $2.50 i
1 per - 4 i
i Sharp ''3
I p,ay m
m the 'I
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 while, 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 aw nings. Telephone us and we will show you simples and make
PEARSON & POTTER CO., Ltd.,
312 Fort street. Telsphone 565.
& iwiM twjtt mawmvnmB?wto-mnmma99MymwnMartit9 .sftsmnMBKsMf
WALL, NICHOLS CO,
THE HAWAII HER4LI
PUBLISHED IN HlLO.
I) Omaha World-Herald,
July 19, 1S99 :
("Hawaiian music partakes of the nature of the clime of its composers. )f
Its strain form a lulling, soothing melody, dreamy, with a lingering sense of I'l
I sauness, marneaiy swaying in motion like the roll of a summer a: the
beautv of tone Is profoundly Indicative to a ssnstiousness of feeling character
I lstic of the southern zones, while its composition Is even.nnd contains nothing
J to antagonize the harmony required by the classical ear."
k "Aloha Collection o? Hawaiian Songs."
m Price j. Tor Sale at
s1 HAWAIIAN BAZAAR, MASONIC TEMPLE.
Is a pretty
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