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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SEPTEMBER 23, IHtW.
THE DAY'S STOCK REPORT
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Between Hoard, YesterJay afternoon so Walalua
as us, ion do paid i6j, u Klhel paid to, loo La a,
7) Oahu 101M. ,. .
lletwecn Hoard, this mornlnc no Lwa ao, 100 do
toMi 11 do jo, io McUtyde J 80. (o do paid ig
Yesterday All?rnnn Session 1 J Kaliuku 160,
3 Ewa Ji X, 113 McDrjde j'J.
This MornlnR'i bclon 46tOlaa t-to. ttMauna
Del 1 j, 10 Honokaa ii, joOokala 20K. )o Honokaa
jiH, ou do . n Ookala aoK.
ROHICION NUWH MITB.
Ooiumoudatoro Bodio, fin Ital
ian statistician, has computed
from tho railroad roturna of pas
sengers that tho foroijinora who
visit Italy upend 300,000,000
francs a year in tbo country.
Queon Wilholmina of Holland
line received from Iho Dutch
journalists five Inre louud vol
umes containing all the accounts
of her coronation that wore writ
ion by the foreign journalists who
French railroad companies have
been ordered by the courts to pro
vide their passengers with no wion
tickets without advertisements.
The Western Railroad had in
creased the number of advertise
mauls till a season tioket was as
thick as a pocketbook and com
muters refused to carry thorn.
The Bulletin, 76c per month.
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 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 ISO 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.
Aloha Collection -Hawaiian
PUBLISHED BY CHARLES A. K. HOPKINS.
Price $3.00, 7a cents a Song !
Contains the Following Choice Selections:
i. Aloxha Oe (Farewell to Thee). 20. Sweet Lei Lehua.
2. Ua Like no a Like. 21. Na'l Aupunl.
j. Ke Aloha I Hlkl Mai. 22. Kapillna.
4. Forget-tMe-Not. 23. Remember, Be Sure and Be
5. Maul (Two Step). There.
6. Kalakaua'.s Serenade (Duet). 24. Pua 0 ka He-1 (Sweet Rose Bud).
7. Makalapua, Lllluokalanl's Ser- 25. Pua Sadlnla (Gardlnlas).
enade (Duet). 26. Akahl Hoi (For Once Again).
8Awalaulu. 27. Ol Hoi Ha.
9. Lei Ponl Mol (Wreath of Car- 28. Adlos Ke Aloha (Adieu, My
10. Vloleta. 9- Walplo.
11. He Lei No Kalulanl (Wreath for 30. Paahana, "Hula."
Kalulanl). 3". Na Molokama.
12. Alnahau (Kalulanl's Ho'me). 32. Halll Po I ka Lehua.
,3. Nu-aokaPalal. . 33-Sunny Manoa.
,4. Nuuanu Walpuna. v M- Maunawlll, "Hula." .
1 $. Wal 0 Punalau (Waters of Puna- 35- Hone Sakala,
,au 36. Moanl Ke Ala (Two Step).
&;i& Sweet-Vlole .-- J
plo). 39. Wlllwlll Wl.
,8. Poll Pumehana. , 4. Sweet Lei Mamo.
19. Ka Inu Wal. i
8EMSTB0M MUSIC C0.,Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA OTRKETB.
If you wiiut a good typowritur,
inapect tbo Oliver before purcbtis
iug. Olinrlio Neleon bad ( bis hack
smnskfd by street car iu front of
tbo Lovo block Thursday night.
A. McDowell, Joe Corren nnd
H. L. Doh'au rtro Ibe lntost vic
tims of ltule 21 of tbo Hack Ke
yulntions. In tliH Police Court thin foro
noon Miobidiobi wns fiuod $50 and
costs for tuuniufj over Mro. Mc
Lean on August 21.
Tbo Podeyu property on Piikoi
street was eofd by unction tbis
moruiog for $3000. J. P. Hack
fold waa tbo purebnsor.
A Japaneso wns fined $10 and
costs in the Folic Court tbis
forenoon on tbo charge of soiling
tobacco witboat a license.
A German musician of tbo band
gave bimself up at the police
station tbis afternoon as bo found
ho could no longer manage his
Reserved seat tickets for Wbo
rahiko Bawd's musical and picto
rial ontertainmont sbonld be so
cured at Wall, Nichols Company's
Austin's Hawaiian Weekly re
sumed publication again today. It
is now issued from tbo press of
the Austin Publishing Co, whioh
has bought out the Press Publish
The Marshal's boat was not pet
roling tho harbor last night as in
the morning paper. It was lying
alongside tbo yaobt Noma and
thero was ono extra polioe officer
Thoveterau comedian, Jim Post,
and his wife, May Ashley, will
havo their benoGt at tho Opera
House this evening. Jim lies
ofton caused Honolulu people to
smilo ; return the compliment by
according him a big house.
.A sarenstio hackman eriod to
nnothor hackman as the latter was
leaving the stand to get lunehoon;
''Say, look out thero old man.
You're not supposed to loave your
baok on the island when you go
to eat. Shift tho whole thing off
The three pleasure boats at
Morgan's auction rooms did not
sell yesterday because no one
made a large enough offer. Tboy
are the property of Mr. Ball who
used to keep the floating boat
house at a position off the present
YACHT HACK ITESIS.
& ck w . ffi m
1 p. myCy m
. Harry Swinton will act as pilot
in the vaobt La Paloma while an
old native, formerly with the late
J. I. Dowsett as a trusted man In
bis schooners, will act in the same
capacity in the Gladys.
Oscar White is one of the orew
of the Gladys while J. O. Carter,
Jr . will bo in the La Paloma.
Jock does not know what will be
done to bim on the trip to Mam.
Judge Wilcox does not believe
that the yachts will be baok by
tomorrow night. He thinks it is
more likely that th.-y will return
There is no doubt that T. W.
Hobron will try to gain all the
ndrnntftfo nossible over the La
Paloma on the trip to Labaina.
Sailing c'oso to the wind is her
fnrtn. The La Paloma will cain
her advantage sailing boforo the
wind on her trip borne.
It is a nuestion amonc yachts
men how tho Gladys will stand
the trip. The La Paloma was out
in the direction of Eoko Head
vesterdav and it was all sho want-
. ------ ... ,, , ,,
ed to do, gening mrougn ine
water on account of the roughness.
The Gladys is a muoh smaller
A large crowd was down on the
wharves to witness the Btart. The
La Paloma and Gladys sailed up
toward the railroad wharf and
made a flying start past the light,
house, almost together.
The wind today is exoellent and
th yMhts will undoubtedly make
a China Boy?
a Good Time?
Another winner In this
Easy, comfortable and
sensible. A combination of
finement. There Is nothing that we
can add-to Increase "tlieTrepu
tatloiTof the JOHNSTONE
& MURPHY Shoes. They stand pre-eminently In a distinct class of
their own. If you haven't worn a J. & M. you don't know what com
Mclnerny Shoe Store.
Just a Hint
NO. 5 JOHN STREET, by Wwtntr.
DREAMERS, a Club, hv P.mps.
GARDEN OF SWORDS, by Pembenst.
DAY'S WORK, bv Klpl ng.
They're new In FINE P.-PEKS.
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
THE HAWAII HERALI
We take pleasure in announcing that we are manufacturing, and keep
constantly on hand, a nice line of Clothes Bags, suitable for containing the
dirty linen, also for carrying the wash to and from the laundry.
We make Awnings, Tents, Hammocks, etc., etc. and everything In
PEARSON & POTTER CO., Ltd.,
312 Fort street. Telephone 565.
Omaha WorId Herald,
July 19, 1899 :
"Hawaiian music partakes of the nature of the clime of its composers.
Its strains form a lulling, soothing melody, dream v. with a lingering sense of
sadness, markedly swaying In motion like the roll of a summer sea ; the
beauty of tone is profoundly Indicative to a sensuousness of feeling character
istic of the southern zones, while its composition Is even, and contains nothing
to antagonize the harmony required by the classical ear."
"Aloha Collection of Hawaiian Songs."
Price I). For Sale at
HAWAIIAN BAZAAR, MASONIC TEMPLE.
m .-. . . tnm
Is a pretty
good paper for
$2.50 per an
who use its cat
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Workmanship and material (uaianeed. Pcrt'
On To Manila, a complete ha
tory of the Philippin- campaign 1
haniHed inclusive.y by the BULU
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