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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU,
Public Lands Notice.
On Monday, September 25, 1899, at 12
o'clock noon, at the front entrance of the
Judiciary Building, will be sold at Public
Auction, Lot of acre of Pouhala, Ewa,
Oahu, being a portion of the old Pouhala
fish pond, lying mauka of the line of
O. R. & L. Co.'s track.
Upset price, f2oo.
Terms, Cash, U. S. Gold Coin.
For plan and further particulars apply at
Public Lands Office, Honolulu.
Per order of Commissioners Public
E. S. BOYD,
Aug 1st 2i, 1899.
The above sale Is hereby postponed to
Nov. 4, 1899, at the same place and time.
Per order Commissioners of Public
I and 3.
E. S. BOYD,
Sept. 6, 1899. .
) aWThe above sale Is hereby Indefinite
Per order Commissioners of Public
Oct. 2, 1899. 34
Public Lands Notice.
OLAA, PUNA, HAWAII.
On Saturday, September 2nd, 1899, at (
10 a. m., al the Court House, Hllo, Ha-1
wall, will be sold at Public Auction,
under conditions of residence and Im
provement, and easy terms of payment
within a period of ten years
Abaut 350 lots of 50 acres each, In New
Olaa Tract, recently surveyed.
Purchaser of one lot may bid for second
lot In actual contact with the first, except
In case of lots on main road.
Purchaser of lot on main road may bid
for separate lot not located on said road.
Lots will be offered at upset price of
from $1.00 to 2.oo per acre, according to
quality and location.
Full particulars as to all conditions of
sale may be had on application In person
or by mall to Public Lands Office, or to
any of the local land offices.
J. F. BROWN,
Agent of Public Lands.
THE ABOVE SALE IS HEREBY
POSTPONED to Saturday, November
4th, 1899, at the same place and time.
Per order of Commissioners of Public
August 26, 1809.
(fThe above sale Is hereby Indefinite
A, . Per order of Commissioners of Public
Lands. ' " ' Jm
E. S. BOYD,
.Oct. 2, 1899. 1340
Foreign Office Notice.
Under Instructions of the Department of
State, Washington, D. C, dated Septem
ber 13, 1899, the following Executive Ord
er Is published for the Information of whom
It may concern.
E. A. MOTT-SMITH,
Minister of Foreign Affairs,
Department of Foreign Affairs,
September 28, 1899.
By the President of the United States of
, The President of the United States here
by directs that all proceedings taken 01
pending for the sale or disposition of the
pjbllc lands In the Hawaiian Islands shall
be discontinued; and that If any sales or
agreements for sale of said public lands
have been made since the adoption of the
Resolution of Annexation, the purchasers
shill be notified that the same are null and
void and any consideration paid to the local
authorities on account thereof shall be re
funded. IN WITNESS WHEREOF,! HAVE
SEAL caused the seal of the United
; States to be hereunto affixed.
Washington, Sept. 11, 1899.
By the President:
ALVEY A. ADEE,
Acting Sectretary of State.
Jnst Oat, ALOM COLLECTION EMM SONGS.
' Published by CHARLES A. K. HOPKINS.
11 Price $3.00, T 1-2 Cents a 8onj.
Contain the Following Choice Selections s
1. Aloha Oe (Farewell to Thee).
, a. Ua Like n0 Llkc
1. Ke Aloha I Hlkl Mai.
1 , mauiiiwoawpi.
6. Kalakaua'a Serenade (Ouet). ,,...
1. Makalapua, Lllluokatanlt Serenade (Due).
, 9. Lei Pont Mol (Wreath of Carnations).
. u. HtLdHo Kalulanl (Wreath for Kalulanl)
ia. Alnahau (Kalulanl's Home)
13. Nu'a 0 ka Palal.
J4. Nuuanu Walpuna.
JJ. Wal o Punalau (Waters of Punilau).
W. Ma'kal Wa'plo (Beautiful Walplo).
, j. 18. Poll Pumehana. .
ftv. -rt jo, Ka Inu Wal.
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IF YOU WANT A SUBSTANTIAL,
EASY-RIDING WHEEL, BUY A
WHITMAN & CO.,
Jnst aHint as to Wliat's Wiiat
"No. 5 John Street,"
"Dreamers," a Club,
"Garden of Swords,"
They're new In FINE PAPERS.
WALL, NICHOLS CO
Young and Sound.
At Lower Figures Than Ever
Inspect Them in Our Paddocks
Corner Alakea and
Tho Regular Monthly Mooting of the
Plonoor Building and Loan Association
will bo hold at tho Chamber of Com.
merco on MONDAY EVENING, Oct.
2, 169U, at 7:80 o'clock.
Payments aro required In gold.
1839 A. V. GEAR, Secretary.
The Metropolitan Meat Oompa
ny received by the Warrimoo
Fraser river salmon.
a. Remember, Be Sure and Be There,
94. Pua o ka He-I (Sweet Row Uud).
as. Pua Sadlnla (Gardenias).
16. Akahl Hoi (For Once Acaln).
a. Ol Hot Ha.
38. Adlos Ke Aloha (Adieu, My Love).
jo. Paahana. " Hula "
11. Na Molokoma.
jj. Haiti Po I ka Lehua.
)). Sunny Manoa.
14. Maunawlll. "Hula."
j 5. Hone Sakata. - '
36. Moanl Ka Ala (Two Step).
j. Toml. Toml. "Hula."
18. Lei Ohaoha.
jo. Wlllwlll Wal.
40. Sweet Lei Mamo.
MUSIC CO., LTD.
r , Comer Fort and Beretanla streets.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
At 4 o'clock this afternoon tho
City of Peking sails format) Ftau-
Charlie Cooper, of the O. It. &
Co.'s freight departmout lins beon
granted a two weeks' vacation.
Tl 0 Shoruian will remain her
until tomorrow afiornoo j, conli.g,
when sho leaves" for tho Philip
Mr. M. M. Kohn, manager of
tho Oceanio Gas fc Electric Com
pany loft for the East by tbo City
Fourteen JapaneEO charged with
violating Sunday laws, wore each
fined $1 and coats in the Police
Court this forenoon.
Special Officer Oecar Cox le
turncd from Molokii Simday nftcr
a fortnight's vacation spent in the
pleasure of hunting.
Tho government salts of land at
Poabalti, Ewa, Oahn, and Olan,
Hilo, Hawaii, bavo beou indifin
ately postponed. Soe Now Today.
Tho Eona Sugar Co , Lid , have
given notice that tho fifth aesesE
moot of ll) perceut is called, pay
able October 1, 1899. See New
The regular monthly meeting
of the Woman's Board of Mission
will ooour on Tuesday, the 3rd
iuBt., at 2:3 ) p. m., in Contral
The members of tho Amateur
Orchestra will please remember
the regular rehearsal on Thurs
day eve nine next al o'clock in the
Y. M. 0. A. ball.
A copy of the 13luo Bor.k or
Governmental Hosier of Califor
nia has been prosonted by Sccro
tary of Stato 0. F. Curry to the
Clerk of the Suprome Court.
Mr. M. F. BurgpsB dooi all
kinds of small repairing. His
specialities aio lawn mowers and
eaidon hose. Lswn mowers will
be callnd for; nlao a few for rent.
King up Tel. 220.
Native HawaiianB should at end
the musical and pictorial enter-
tiinroMi, d soriptivo of Maori life
and customs at X. Al (J. A. hall
this Monday evening. Admis
sion, 2Cc. and GOc. Dooro open
Thero was good nttondunco at
Prof. Z'egler's social dance at In
dependence Park, Satuiday even
ing, and all enjoyod themselves.
A large attendanco is expected
next Saturday. Last cars leaves
both ways at 11:45 p. m.
Several merchants having raised
objections to the order of the
Board of Health stopping the sale
of certain catsups, etc., liavo re
ceived notico that they will be
given a henriuu at tho meting of
tho Board on Wednesday.
In the Police Court this fore
noon Buckley, a soldier, was fined
$10 and cobta on tho charge of as-
Eault aud battery on David Aca.
Two mom soldiers were implicat
ed but they ran away and loft
Buckley ti tako tho consequences
Miss Nina Adams, sister of E.
R. Adams of this city, intends to
open classes in physical culture
for women and children in the
gymnasium of the Y. M. 0 A
Wednesday, October i. Mist
Adams was formerly dirootor of
the privato gyirnasium and in
struotor in gymnastics &t M. A. A
0., Portland, Ore.
YESTERDAY'S TACOT II UN.
The first of what is hoped will
bo a aeries of yacht runs to Fold's
Island was inaugurated yostordny
and with the esooptiou of a fow
accidents whioh really lend o.cite
ment to a raco tho ran was very
successful. The yachts taking part
were the La Paloma, Gladys, Ma
rion, Abbie M, Yolante, Fokii and
Edith L. The timo of tbo Fokii
and Edith L was about S hours
and 30 minutes,
For Lahoiua, Hilo and way ports
per Btmr Kiimu, Oat 11 8
Moore, J Old Jr, Dr Williams, E
P Dole, Mies 8 Borg6trom, M M
O'ShauahrneBsv. Wm Farrant, L
0 Lo Blond, F W Bojaworth, J S
Emerson, 8 K Pua, wife and child,
U e Urtmwood and wife, (Juan
Kim and wife, J F Wonp, Kov J
Kamakele, Mrs Kitoat, llev R K
Baptisto and wife, Geo Oaborno,
James Beaton, D MoCorristou, A
Garvoy, Y Adaohi, 1) Center and
wife, Mrs Kinnerr, Mrs Cox, 0 B
Wells and family, L Merlo and
wife, W 0 Gregg, Mr Harrison.
Dewey, the man,
On To Manila.
is depicted in
i tJh ic!ypip 1
!HilW"JLi?A i:asy' co,nfoi,;ib'e a,u p
SL3te??""''' If sns.tblff A combination of M
SSsMikiii JriK. $ eve,y'-bInK that tlenotesi re- j
Bim.'ftw nvni .il, ,,I7ZfZ m c,m ai ' 'BCrease tne rePu" H
KSPKMMMtH tatlon of the JOHNSTONE
ll & MURPHY Shoes, They stand pre-eminently In a distinct class of 1
H their own. If you haven't worn a J. & M. you don't know w hat com-
I Mclnerny Shoe Store. I
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.,
3:2 Fort street. Telephone 5G5.
CARRIAGE, WAGON AND TRUCK
Repairing, Painting, Trimming anil Manufacturing
Fin Iloi-seslioeinpr a. Specialty.
Agency Rubber Tine Wheel Company.
Queen Street near Fort.
Torchon : :
No. 10 FORT ST.
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRES
ENTS, that I, JAMES A. KINO, Minister
of the Interior of the Hawaiian Islands, do
hereby certify and make known, that I
have examined Into the condition of 'THE
FIRST AMERICAN HANK OF HA
WAII, LIMITED," and It satisfactorily
appearing to me that the sum of Five
Hundred Thousand Dollars has been paid
in on account of Its capital stock, that the
Directors of said Bank are B. F. DlllinR
ham, owning 200 shares of stocl., Mark P.
Robinson, owning 200 shares, G. W. Atac
farlanc, owning 35 shares, Bruce Girt
wrlght, owning 50 shares, and Cecil
Brown, owning 36 shares, and that all are
residents of Honolulu, In the Island of
Oahu i and It also appearing to me that
said corporation has compiled with all the
provisions of the Banking Act of 1884,
required before commencing business, and
is lawfully entitled to commence the busi
ness of banking, nennls-sion Is therefore
HEREBY GIVEN to "THE FIRST
AMERICAN BANK OF HAWAII, LIM
I TED," to commence such business.
GIVEN under my hand and the
seal of the Department of the
SUAL.J Interior, this 5th day of Sep
(Signed), JAMfcS A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
The above Is a tnie and faithful copy of
the Certificate granted to The First Ameri
can Bank of Hawaii, Limited, under the
provisions of the Banking Act of 1884.
E. M. BOYD,
TAKO PATCH KIDDLES.
Wotkmanililp nJ Material Guaranteed, kioa'n
-No. 210W KINO S
Jose i lispii'ilu Ms
Klnc tret, - t o door J te'ow Punchbowl tif
Oviitivrrt, s Ultixlcloi
TARO PATCH FIDDLES.
Workmanship and material guaranteed. I'Rip.h t
534 FORT ST.,
Near comer of Chaplain I
Cleaning and Repairing at Short Notlca,
and In ill, ten potilbla manner;
0. A. GROTE,
MERCHANT : TAILOR.
Clothes iimilo to oftlor at a reftt-onnbl.
cost. Clothex cloaiiHil, repaired nxc
dyed. Klrst-clasa vorU ptiarnntped. t
O. box 2S0. Union Htrcot, Honulox
U. I. 126S
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