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THE EVENING BULLETIN : HONOLOLTJ, H. 1., SEPTEMBER 30, 189a.
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Porter Furniture Co.,
WAVERLEY BLOCK, COR. HOTEL AND BETHEL 6TS.
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Bounded by Keeaumoku, Kinau, J
Pukoi and Lunalilo streets; only
one block from the Beretanla A
street car HnQi"ti!""rsri' 1
This tract is situated in one of the finest resi- i
dence portions of Honolulu, and in a direct line with C
the cooling breezes of Makiki. "J
Lots Jox 90 feet will be sold for the reasonable
price of $1,250. Terms, $250 cash, balance on in-
stallments, payments to suit purchaser. xf
fc can immediately commence building operauons.
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For further particulars apply to f
GEAR. LANSING & CO.. 3i
And conditions of wheels In the bike trade In Honolulu,
but still the old standbys, "Columblas" and "Ramblers," sell. An aver
age of 40 wheels a month for each month of '99 Is our record, with 15
wheels sold In the-first four working days of September. Quality, finish
and price Is what makes these wheels so popular. Columblas at $50.00,
$66.00, and $85.00, and Ramblers at 545. for cash, and only $5.00 more
If on easy Installments.
E. 0. HALL
Cor. Fort and Kins Sts.
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Bookcases, &c, &c.
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ftS'1'- ' ''! column will bt inltlltd at If null
VtSm a tint Ant Inlttttoni la etntt utond inur
Hen: to tent s a vtitk an J ea tenti t mnnlh. 7A It tht
tttaptlt aJurttiint tvtr offtrtJ Ihi pioplt of Honolulu.
A "eifly New TRIBUNE WIIEHL TOU SAI.B fll
fiOU) Applv tit Allen ft ftnhtnlnn' IumUr
COK SA1.C-IIOUSEANDLOT on Qun ttreet,
' CnntAlnlnp I b.J-fonm. rvtrtnr. Jlnln.rnfttn. tf.
Pike J1650, Apply to
1' Fort trcel
pOK SALC-riih-lall FEHNS No. j6 Punchbowl
1 it., next to Mormon Church 113a
PR SAIX Loll at Walklkl. orpoille Make. 1st
nJ. $5o(ijh. $15-) on Installments Apply to
No. )io Fort street.
FOR SALH-Pure-lireJ, RnupCnleJ, SCOTCH
COLLIE PIIPIMFS Jutl r.r.l..t hvl S. N
Ctsile, from Rancho Uonlto's Kennrli, ll(irnla.
Tor further Information trply to M. T. DONNELL,
at Wl'Jrr's lloat bhop. I'upplei cm be seen at No.
114 Robello Lane. I'auma.
pOR SALE-Several LOTS In theKEWALOTratt.
1 near town: on the Installment ntin tt at
Kallhl; lots on Youne street, liasy term. Apply to
ijn No io Tort street.
pOR SALE On. second-hand Dow ST BAM
1 PUMP: In. suction, i In. discharge: brass
water chamber with rubber valves. Apply to J,
EMMELUTH & CO . i? King street. 1181
PR SALE-One SIIIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
order. Apply to II. G. Blart. Fort St. iioftt
A TWO-MANUALand Pedal Dais REED ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or residence. Derestrom
Music Co.. Fort street. 1067
I OST-SILVER PLATE wlih samples of cnerav.
- If Cr. PeuarJ nfferej tnr rxfurn nl .m f. tl.
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iAKKi, oiecnanics Home.
I OST-OnKIn; street, brown PURSE with slher
L corners: comalnlni. r.mr inl rtvnrf llitn
cards. RewarJ on returning to llulletln office. 1 1 )8
WANTED-1 WO TlRST-CLASS MACIHNISTS.
Apply to CATTON. NEILL&CO.. hiDiw.
ANTED-Anailst.int NURSE. Hawaiian or halt-
vv Hawaiian, for KaplnlanlAtfll.rnllutlimj. Mtt.t
be experienced and recommended. Apply at the
Maternity H. me. mm
W ANTED On or about Oct. 10. small unfurnished
colt.iec or three rooms, for light housekeeping,
(out of town preferred). Address "T," this ofllce.
UANTED A position bv an Intelligent, educated
.. .. ounK American. Good address; references
, uun.iin oince. 1)19
WANTF.D soo Men to t shaved for 15c. (w!
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pOR RENT A furnished ROOM, at j Derctanla
1 street, opp. Hawaiian Hotel. 1 1 j5
NEWLY FURNISHED FROST ROOM. Iio.
Vlnevard St.. i doors from Oueen Hotel.
COTTAGE for rent and Turnlture for sate at a
barcain. t k'ukul Lane. tut
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE, Fort St. Best
' rooms and attendance In city. mi
A NICE COTTAGE, furnished or unfurnished: 5
n rooms and a eood stores Aloha House. Fort
PR RENT A LARGE HOUSE, suitable for a
HOTEL OR BOARDING HOUSE, containing
11 rooms and kitchen. Desirable location In town;
newly punted and papered 1 patent closets: a porce-
lain baths, with hot and Cold water laid on. Electric
llcht throughout Reasonable rent to a desirable
tenant. Tor further particulars apply to GEAR,
Lniuinu oc -sj . jujj uuiuing. lll
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Jf.Jf.yjfeilVntVi Mum.rjroups resident
Interiors Tourist gron
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anywhere In city without extra charge. Kodak work.
Rear of Bulletin office. Telephone ajrJ. i))j
TENDERS ARE HEREBY INVITED
by the Kaplolanl Estate, Limited, and to
close on Monday. October 2nd, 1899, at
12 o'clock noon, for the purchase of a tract
of land of an area of 152, acres situate at
kallhl, ibout one mile from King street.
This property Is adapted for dividing same
Into building lots. The location Is easy
of access, commands a beautiful view of
the ocean, and the opportunity now offer
ed Is a rare one.
Payment for the same shall be In U. S.
gold coin upon the executlen of the deed
and deeds at expense of purchaser.
A map of the property, together with
any other Information required may be
obtained at the office of the Estate on Ka
ahumanu street. The Estate on does not
bind" Itself to accept the highest or any
KAPIOLANI ESTATE, Ltd.
By Its Treasurer:
i3fo JOHN P. COLBURN.
The fourth assessment, 10 per cent, or
$5.00 per share, on the assessable stock of
Kihel Plantation Co., will be due and
ptyable October 1st, 1899. By order of
J. P. COOKE,
September 4th, 1S59.
2. Lot at Palama, about i acre.
.--'. "-00m lodging house, with a is
4. 1 a.,.: eip? 'jLns end !tk I01
of land.i.mra.iy !:c2t2.
5. Farm at Hamakua, Hawaii; part li
6. Lot c.o x 120 Quarry street, near H.
7. Farm at S. Kona, part In coffee.
8. I o 75 x aoo, Beretanla street (Ka
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Poat Off ice Lane, - MiboIbU
For additional Shipping Newa se seventh page.
Weather Bureau, Punahou, Bept 30.
Teninernturo Morulnir minimum.
70; Midday maximum, 83.
(Barometer corrected for gravity .06.)
Barometer, Oam, 30.01. Irregular.
Rainfall, do, .00.
Dew Point 00 P.
Humidity at 0 a m 70 percent.
Diamond Head Stirnal Station. Bent
30, 1 pm Weather clear, wind fresh
Friday, Sept. 20.
8 tin r Walalcale. Green, from Ka
Saturday, Sept. 30.
Btmr Mlknlmla. Thompson, from
Kntinl; 01 bags taro.
Friday, Sept. 2S.
Btmr Jjt'lnm, Parker, for Knuimka-
Saturday, Bent. 30.
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Htmr juioimua, Thompson, tor
Wtilmea ami Kukaha at 3 p in.
VKHSEL3 LEAVINd MONDAY.
Stnir Mokolll. Dudolt. for Moloka
porta nt (J i in.
Niihnu for Eleelo this after
The Warrimoo sails for tho Co
lonics nt G p m today.
Tho Kinau becius on ber new
schedulo Monday, leaving for Ma
ui nnd Hiwait parts at 1 p m on
Tho Diamond Head sails for San
Frfttioicco this.nftornoon instead of
tomorrow morning as previously
Tho Mikabala that arrived this
moruiun reports as follows: James
Makco Inndiug freight and Keaa
hou, landing coal at Hnnamaula.
Doth will start for Honolulu today.
Tliero are 7ui) bags ot susar at
wntuioa. x air weather on Hauiu.
It. 11, H. WsrHmoa.
The Ii. M. S. Warrimoo. 332G
tons, Otias. Wm. Hay, commander
left Vancover, B. O., at 3:150 p. m
S plember 22ml and Victoria, 13.
(J., at midmuht same date. Ex
periooced thiok fog for the first
two dave after lfaving Victoria;
thence, lie lit variable windn, and
u'do weatbor to arrival at Hono
lulu, Bfptomber 30.
Capt. Hay, having been trans
ferrcd to the R. M. B. Aorouidi,
resigns command of Ih- Warrimoo
at Honolulu, bting succeeded by
Capt. J D. 8 Phillips, latoof.R.
M S. Aorangi. Capt. Hay will
join the Aoranct nt Vancover to
whioh port ho will proceed by
first outgoing "tearaor via San
Freight for Honolulu 200 tniiB,
nindo up na fol owe: 9 ts paper,
3 cs hosiery, 39 pkgs household
good, 1G cs cottons, 45 ca indue,
55 cs champngue, 1 bx musionl
iustrumeuts,. 20 cs machinery, 30
c-i whinkfly, 28 cs boots and shoes,
10 cs files, ii oi Mrilliu's food, 7
a denims, 4 I cs tobacco. 800 bags
flour, 385 bbls beer, 30 cs butter,
40 keg butter, 8 cs salmon, 24 cm
slioelings, 1 cs vasaliue, 8 cs dry
goods, .2cs pianos, 2 cs rubb r
Hoods, 1 cs clock-, 34 cs enved pes
5 cs CfilicoH, 4 cs canton flannel, 3
Tho nbovo roport was very
kindly furnished by Purser Bell
maine, I'ASSENdERS AltltlVED.
From Kauai, per Btmr Mikaha
1b, Hept30 E Wodehouse, Dr
Sandow, Mian A Blackatad, Miss
A Noidtueipr, Mins MoKnig, J
Uickutll, S Lesser, M Bosunblodt,
A Geruor, Mm E Kiiaoka and 23
a. C. COUKN CANE.
The case of J. O. Cobon, charg
ed with smuggling, caruo up in
the Police Court for trial this
forenoon. Attorney Han key, re.
presenting the defense, nrgued
that ilio District Court bad mi
juried ctiou in the case. Marshal
Uron nrgued the o.Ltor way.
Judge Wilcox stated that he bad
sent tho case to the higher court
hut that it hud been sent back for
trial in the District Court. He
would therefore try the case. Mar
shal Brnwn Btati-d that as F, U.
McHlockor aud F. J. Clay, for
merly i f the Custom House, aud
now ol Olaa, were witn-sseB. in
tbo case, it would have to go over
until these men could bo got to
anvil 4'JOU and Coat.
Joo M. Lopez f the Autralia
was arrested by Ouslum House
tillicure yesterday, while attempt
ing to get through the gate at the
Uueado wharf with a number of
tins of opium. Iu tho Police
Court this f.trenoou, li- plo-tdod
unilty nnd wt titled $200 and
OBts, The' fine was imraodiatoly
H. Hack?eld & Co. Will
Messrs. H. Hackfeld & Co.", Ltd., will
hold n refe-ntlnn rm Mnnd.iv. the 2nd of
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October, from it A.M. to t P.M., at their
offices, corner Queen and Fort streets, on
the occasion of the 50th anniversary of
the establishment of their firm, to which
all friends are cordially Invited. tno
Tho Regular Monthly Mooting of the
PlonoerlJulIdlnit and Loan Association
will bo held at tho Chambor of Com-
tnorco on MONDAY EVENING., Oct.
2, 1890, at 7:C0 o'clock.
Pnymonts are required In gold.
1330 A. V. GEAn, Secretary.
The STAR DAIRY CO.. LTD , wishes
to announce, that owing to the dry season,
advance In freight on bulky feed, and the
ravages of the horn fly among the milking
stock, the Company will be obliged to
charge twelve cents a quart for milk, com
menclng October 1st.
A. B. DOAK,
i?39 . Manager.
A Dividend Is due and navable to the
Stockholders of the INTER-ISLAND
STEAM NAVIGATION CO., LTD., at
their office, on Tuesday, October 3rd, 1899.
The Stock Books of the Company will
be closed to transfers on October 2nd and
N. E. GEDGE,
Honolulu, Sept. 29, 1899. 1339
Y. M. C. A. HALL,
Monday, Oct. 2d,
Musical and Descriptive
By WIIERAHIKO RAWEI, B. A.,
Th Brilliant New Zealand Ntlv Orator,
MAGNIFICENT SCENERY I
Na one should mln this charming entertainment.
Admission asc and joe.
Doors open 7: )o; commence 8 pm. tjjq
On To Manila devotes an inter
ssting chapter to the reception of
American troops in Honolulu:
Pacific Import Co.
I30(3-I3ESS BLOCK. '
GREAT REDUCTION SALE!
Tuesday, October 3rd,
AT 8i30 A. M.
$0 pieces of New Lawns (no
old timers), regular 1 j c.
T2C per yd
25 pieces of Fancy Dimities,
choice patterns, regular 18c.
and 20c. quality
12sc per yd
100 pieces of choice Lawns,
sold at a great sacrifice by
the manufacturers. New
and fresh goods, at
10c per yd
well worth 20c.
8"We invite attention to the fact that our buyer East closed out many choice
lines of goods, consisting of LACES of all descriptions, and a choice selection of
PORTIERES and WINDOW CURTAINS. All the above goods will bi sold at
prices that will close them out quickly.
In BOYS' WAIST SUITS we received a ery large stock of fine Linen Suits. Plcu,.
land other materials. Styles up to date.
11 33 Queen Street
On SATURDAY, Oof. 14th,
At my salesroom, 33 Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
By order of the Treasurer, Mr. Frank
Hustace. the following certificates of stock
In the Kamalo Sugar Co., Ltd., if the de
linquent assessment, with Interest thereon
is not paid before the above date :
Certificate. Shares. Certificate. Shares
No. 394 25 'No. 549 100
No. 395 so No. 550 ioo
No. 396 50 No. ssi 100
No. 397 5 No. 552 ico
No. 398 50 No. 5SJ roo
No. 55 too No. 554 too
No. 33 25 No. 555 - ioo
No. 342 200 No. 556 too
No. 343 200 No. 557 ' ico
No. 344 100 No. 558 75
JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctioneer.
Having purchased a tract of the finest
land In Manoa for residence sites, I will
now receive applications from parties dt
siring to purchase. '
These lots are Immediately In front of
the residence of H. E. Cooper, Esq., and
command a grand view of Manoa Valley
and the picturesque country to Diamond
There are 10 lots In 2 series, 51 fronting
on the west, or main, Manoa road, and 5
facing on Llhollfio street.
The lots are each ico feet wide, and
from 160 to 286 feet deep. Government
water main laid past the lots on West
Terms one third cash, balance in ont
and two years at 6 per cent.
Early application necessary. v-
JAS. F. MORGAV '
33 Queen. street
Imported French Organdies, in
the choicest patterns to
select from. Regular 4jc.
goods ; go at this sale
25c per yd
A broken line of Lawns, fast
colors. ' Go at
Another large line of French
Organdies, best quality.
Will be closed out at
I62C per yd
Call and see our 75c Wain School Suits.
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