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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., MAY 24, 1899.
This tract of most desirable Suburban property
now beirur opened up v ith residence sites, lies about three
mites from this city, in a northeasterly direction.
It has an elevation' of over 200 feet above sea level,
commanding a magnificent view of the Ocean, Koko Head,
Ahnoa ancf Palolo Valleys, with the City of Honolulu, Ewa
inH Oa'ui Plantations, and Pearl Lochs, at its feet. It is en
tirely removed from all planting of rice or taro, thereby obviat
ing the possibilities of ague and fever. Twelve broad streets
bim wr, cs. fn flip nrnnprtv. and are crossed bv six avenues.
even ol ihese Boulevards are now opened up, the balance in
mirsp or nnsimction.
.n its position it is entirely removed from the high
.1 heavy showers of Manoa and Nuuanu Valleys,
ing from its vilt ocean breezes a salubrious climate,
pumping plant, in the course of installation, settles
m of water, which will be furnished to purchasers
peity at uovernment rates ; tnis now or water oeing
ni two l-incn wens wnicn unaer iiie.uuiuiieiu
.'ly 4.000,000 gallons in twenty-four hours.
se lots contain an area of 15,000 square feet each,
! two sizes- 100 x 150 and 7? x 200.
,RAS : 3400 per lot, gsO additional tor corners, spot
cash. - :00 per lot, $50 additional for corners $20 cash, and
$10 u .lily installments per lor.
On and after June 1st the above pur
chase price will be advanced $50 per lot.
AAP OF PROPERTY on view at our office ; and for
further particulars apply to
GEAR, LANSING & CO.
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VVJSrf,. In Ibll column ni7 bt inuiltd it tfctntt
kSf altntlnt tntittton; to tentt ucond Inter'
Hon! M emit a tuitk an J ta etntt d month. 7 An it tbi
tbtaput Advtrtitint; tvtr ofrtrtJ Ibe ptopli of Honolulu,
ANTED-A YOUNO LADY IN STOKE. AJ-
dress "B, ihli office. uis)t
W ANTED vx Men to t shvtj for tic. (title
v barbers) II, JbFI S, 619H Fort Hreet. orp.
Club Stable. 12091.1
TO LKI UbbK IUOM p;
I HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE AND MON
TAL CO.. 641 King ilrecl.
DESK IIOOM pares to let Apply to
COR SALE-One SHIPMAN ENGINE In pertect
r order. Apply to HO Blart. Fori St. nofll
A TWO-MANUALanJ Pedal Bass REED ORGAN
" Suitable lor chapel or residence. Bergstrom
Muslf Co , Fort street. ic6t
EST if cent meal In town Try It and be con
vinced. Llnd Lxceitior Kestauram. 1041
LOST A Man's Silver Watch, between the lloat
lanJIntr, near Queen slre-t. and the Oceanic
wharl A sultab'e reward Is offerel lor return ol
same to this office. mi-It
I OST A pair nl OPERA GLASSES, omewhere
L between the Open Houe. hole', and lenacol
street. Kccclve reward on returning to WILDI R &
BOARD AND ROOMS.
tfo t 11 rnmcr Keeaumnkii and Klnau sts ,
U r I uildinc, next to handsome residences
1 is, 1 lithl fine Residence Lots laclnz on
Hln and Klnau streets These are very
e lots, on line proposed Rapid Transit,
Rj. 3 i 90o on Beretanla street near Keeau
t ttu street running throuph to Young street.
' ol the most desirable bullJIng sites In the
Xo. .. ta x )7o, on t.otley stretl. K'-lihl. wlih L on
si ti street Ciooi elevation, go J view; cheap,
r ii le een to be appreciate!
FOKSALI On Viungst . near Kaplo'anl a choice
residence ol t bcd-rooTis parlor and dining room,
fclubtn and p into bitli and rtlnt W C; good
viumbirg tjbie. out-lwusis .rr ants' quarters.
Citud t nrrciroperl, rents lorSo monthly Sire
No. 47 tnKaplolanl Park, tooxaoo; a desirable
home, cnntalnlrgowner's barn, out houses etc.:
fruit and ornamental trees tlther lor salt or
will be leased to a desirable tenant.
No. 49 7 J S on Anscunl street. Cottage 7 rooms
and bath. Good view, high elevation; cheap.
No. 50 75 x ton Magaitne, and Thurston and
Spencer. Good elevation; (aces on three sts
No. jt )t x 157. corner Wilder Avenve and Kewalo.
Nice house ol 7 rooms and bath large grounds;
fruit and dtnamental trees; barn and out
buildings. TO LIT A desirable Residence on Magaitne St
(Punchbowl), seven rooms, bath and toilet, barn,
chicken house servants' quarters. Large grounds,
with Irult and ornamental trees. Beautilut view ol
FOR SALE AT HILO.
fCtrr A BAKERY doing good business, store on the principle thorough
t$2,Ol;lJ fare, cheap rent. FIFTEEN YEAR LEASE OF THIS PROP
ERTY WILL BE SOLD SEPARATELY. Tuo story building, with good living
rooms fthne, even thing complete as regards Bakery. Includlnif wagon and horses;
Ih Ing rooms furnished. Owner desires to sell on account of 111 htalth, satisfactory
fcrmscan Le atranged with a desirable party.
GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
Judd Building Fort Street.
NICELY rt'RMSIirD FkONT ROOM, with or
without board. Best locality: terms moderate.
5t) Beretanla street next Cltv Teed Store, uog-im
For ttd Jltt ton til hpptB New ? wvrnth rnvt.
DR. I. MORI,
1 36 Beretania street, between Emma
and Fort streets.
Toiopiiono 277. P. O. Box 813.
Ofliro Hour: 0 to 12 n. ni. anil 7 to 8
p. in ; Sundays, 0 to 12 it. in. 1229
PIONEER MILL CO., LTD., share
holders are hereby notified that the pro
ceeds of the 44 fractional shares sold at
auction are now payable at the office of
H. Hackfeld & Co.. Ltd., pro rata to their
fractions; being the result from the divis
ion of new stock Issued May 15. i8qg.
H. A. I5ENBERG,
(Via GUAM, Hhould sufficient in
On or ab)ut the 10th of June,
City of Columbia.
For frolulitor pvmgo npply to H. 12.
V.I.Ki:it, AkuiU, Lincoln U.ot-k, King
htroct. J -.Jit
CAhl3 FOIl INVI.SIIU.YTIO.V.
PACIFIC 1P0RT COMPANY
Model Block, - - Fort Street.
zzz 350 dozen Ladies' Fast
Black Hermsdorf Dyes, Lisle
Thread Hose. Will be placed
on sale from 10 to 12 o'clock at
il'3 cents, regular 50-cent Hose.
1 1 o more than six pairs to each
P rson will be sold.
v- ;sj 250 dozen Gents' full
fi Ished Balbriggan Hose, at 9
c: its a pair, regular price 15
Cv. .its. One dozen to each per
PACIFIC IMPORT CO.
Dav.u ! ' .yton has moved from 237 to
?;i. Me chant s'r:ef. I2i7-2v
.. 1 1
Tl e Bulletin, 75c per month.
G. S. SOMMA,
II openej bujlnen In ttio
With a lirkt-cUsi
BaiToei Sin. op
The patronage ol oU frlenJi anj the public cen
erally It respectfully sollclteJ. in)
Yf-Rtprdny nHornonn As-i-itnnt
Hack Iusp-ctor L''rnulc Ferrr-irn
nr hbIi'iI three Portugno-io boyn 11 1
differeulB jmrl of tbu city. They
aro now held 11 1 the police stiitiou
for iuveBtintiotj. Tlio three ar
rests nro in ooonection with au
iuterosting cna that Iihb recently
como to the notice of the police.
It wua on Mouilny iifternooo
that n lady living in the viciuily
of tlio old Howliud homo on
Union Htreot noticed n lot of For-tuguuii-
hoys between the Bges of
ton nud fifteen running out of tlio
place meiHioood nud enetkiny
aronnd into the yard of the Oath-
olio Cathedral blio was curious as
to their buhiuees in the unoccupied
house nnd wrnt over to invi'sliate.
Lonkin;; through one nf the win
dows on the lower floor fho saw a
boy sitting iu tho naiddlo of the
room. All nbnut him were a lot
of shawls, blankets aud tho like,
tnpethor with a lot of bread.
TbiugB lonk-'d very much as if
there had been a 1 )t of boys
camping out in the room.
Tho lady nuked tho hoy what
riftht ha Imd in tho building, to
which qnoslion ho answered that
ho had none nt all. Ha protested
ngtiust belonging to the crowd of
boyB tuat unu been occupying the
place for some time past. Finally
the lady enid sho would report the
matter lo police headquarters and
have him arretted. After this she
went to the home of a friend near
by for tho purpose of notifying
her of tho g rings on in the neigh
borhood. Hardly hud she got
outside tho yard when ebo saw the
boy rut-hiug out of tho house iu
tho direction of tho Catholic
Otithedrnl yard uith a bundle uu
der his arm. Reluming to the
houae she found the shawls and
blankets gono aud the broad strewn
all over tho room.
Police bendquartors were noti
Qeil aud Iwootticers wore detailed
to watch the nlaco duiiuc Mon
day night. Iho boy evidently
took the warning of tho lady and
iufortned hii friends, for not one of
the number returned. Investiga
tions woro mado yesterday nnd
sevpral of tho boys were loonted
It is believed that thooldHowlaud
place has for norao t'uuo been the
rondizvous of a gang of youthful
Dluinoiiil Head Blirnul Htatlon, May
21, 1 p in Weather cloudy, wind frenli
Wcatlier Bureau, Putmlinu, rny 24
Temperature Mnrnltnr mlnlinuni,
73j Mltlduy niiixlimnu, bi).
(Darometer corrected lor Kravlty .06 )
Barometer, 0 a 111, 30.11. Rising.
Rainfall, do, .03.
Humidity at 9 m 01 percent.
Dew 1'i.lnt U F.
Tucmlay, May 23.
Stmr Kniml, Ilruhn, from Lahalna;
7245 hags sugar to II Hackfeld & Co.
We(lneiliiy, Alny 24.
Hnw sp Blur of Itussln, Mutfleld,
from Natmlmo, I) C.
8 8 Mtmiia, Carey, from San Frnu
clsco. U 8 T 8 Centennial, Eagles, from
Htinr Iwnlanl, Oregory, from Hn
makua; 67IU hugs sugar to K A Seliue
fcr & Co.
WedncHday, May 21.
P MSB Tlty of Peking, Smith, for
China nnd Japan.
Stmr Jaiuei Mnkec, TuIIett, for
Raima nt 4 i in.
Am pp 8 V lHtchcock, Gate, for
Am bklnc Kllkltnt, Cutler, for the
Soiiinl Iu balluHt.
8 8 Mouim, Carey, for the Colonics
at 4 p in.
The Topgallant sniln this after
noon. Tho schooner Wninlnn arrived
iu port pally this morning.
Tho Monnn continues on her
trip to the Colonies nt 4pm to
The Moma nnd Centennial wero
decorated today in honor of the
birthday of UJunan Victoria.
Tho Oily of Peking did not got
away uutil thin forenoon. Sue
wan delayed on nccount of coal.
The Moann bronuht seven ttnw-
awnys from San Frnuoisco. They
aro locked up while the steamer is
Tho Klikitat Railed for the
Sound early this afternoon. Cap
tain Cutler is accompanied by his
wifn nnd dnuu hler.
Tho shin S P Hitchcock sailed
for New York at noon today, lak
inu n cargo of 01) 125 baus of
Hiipar valued nt 3lv?,4'-l '.
Tho Kauai that arrived from
Lnhnina nnd Kii'tinpali 1 ist even
ing has the following report fo
make: Fiuo wea'her nt Lnhainn;
little rain nt Kannnpali; Lahaiua
clonned out nud 4 0 bage left nt
Tho ship Stir of Russia arrived
in port thi morning from Nana
uno with 2950 tons of coil for Iho
Inter Inland Co. She ctl'ril nt
Victoria and left that plnce Mav (5.
Captain HatGelJ id accompanied
by his wife.
The Iwalani nrrivod from Ha
makua ports this nfternoon.
Purser Qrube reports ns follows:
Lots of rain in Hnmnkun during
tho past thren day-i; H S Co,
11,000 bags left, P S M G0Oi,
L'nnaluu, 10,20J and Honuapo,
A Sharp Cut in Knives,
And a chance to get a bargain, while they last We lately
had sent to us 250 sample POCKET KNIVES, so that we
could select our new stock. As the makers knew that they
could not get them back without heavy expense and bother
with the Custom House, they instructed us to make a SPECIAL
SALE and clean them all out as soon as we had selected our
stock. You will see them in our window 50c knives for 25c,
$1 knives for 50c, $ 1.25 knives for 75c, and so on up. Your
pick of each lot for the marked price on same. Every knife is
guaranteed to be of the best quality, and any proving defective
we will replace or return money if they are returned to us.
The sooner you come the more you have to pick from.
Bargains in Pocket Knives.
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Oor. Fort and Kins Sts.
Columbia and Rambler Agonts.
TONY LADY'S RIO,
HONOLULU STOCK YARDS,
Corner Alnkea and Queen Streets
"Will Land Sliortly,
EX BAltKENTlNE IUMQAUD,
Hap ness,Surreys, Phaetons, m
and Carriage Materials.
Honolulu Carriage Manufactory
W. W. WRIGITT. Pron'r.
HJ . KoitT .struct, Aiiovn hotet. Ifi
Yiatril y'a Trnnli.
There was a very laruo attend
ance at iho courts of tho Paoiilo
Tennis Club ye-.ter.lav afternoon
to witness Ihe semi-Gunls. The
first raatoii was between FrnnkAt
kiuson and O H Cook, both mem
berB of tin 1 T 0. This wns won
by Atbertou, 6 3, G 3. Tho sec
ond net was hetwflf n Chas Elslon
and E R Adnms and was won by
the former, 6-4, (5 3. The play was
very iutnresliut; throughout. This
nflornoou nt 4 o'clock, (ho fluals
for the chnrauionship in tiiiiulfB
will be plHyfd. The conlolanls
are Frank Atherton of the P T U
nnd Chas Elston of thn UTO
There is no doubt that tho mnlch
wi'l bo one of the mst inteienliut;
-vnr played hero aud lln outcome
will ho anxioiihly nwailed ns two
rival cluhs are roprexented. The
P T O Inya hnve hold the chum
piouBhip for thren years
Set fire t" Slrnw.
A Chinaman livinj,' in Waikiki
is nut a load of striw. As he was
driving nloug the Wnikiki road
yosturuay morning.two Poitunuese
b ys Bnonked up behind his cart
nnd sot fire to tho straw ho was
taking home. A mounted patrol
man saw tho a"t and cIimboi! the
boyB hut they dibnpponred iu the
banana trees at th- side of the
road. Some kindly disposed people
who happened to be ou tho rond
hr-lped tueOhinamno gnt tho burn
ing straw off, thus saving tho cart
and tho horse.
Shurmmi fan Canlluu.il.
E, A. Sliermau appeared in tho
Police Court this mpruiug on tho
charge montloued iu this ptpor
yesterday. Difoadnnt nskedtlint
Inn enso bo oontinuuu uutll Wed
nosday next which wns grantod,
Sherman has no far failed to get
auyono to go his bond.
Book Cases, Letter Files,
Document Files, Press Stands,
Chairs, Stools, &c, of all styles
and prices, just received ex the
hark "Mohican," and placed on
sale at our warerooms on Queen
stret. We are prepared to outfit
your office complete. Our new
stock contains some of the very
latest and up-to-date time-saving
devices for business men. Call
and be convinced.
llcnry Waicrliouso & Co
Office, Queen Street.
1109 TELEPHONE tn
Secure a Photo Button
TO BE HAD IN THREE STYLES,
-33 Queen Street
Household : Furniture
THURSDAY, Mny 25, 1899,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the Club Hotel, Beretanla street,
near Fort street, I will sell at Public Auc
tion, the entire household furniture, com
RATTAN PARLOR FURNITURE,
PICTURES, RUGS, OAK BEDROOM
SETS. MOSOUITO NETS. OAK SIDE
BOARD, OAK DINING TABLE AND
rnAiR-: irn rnp;T kitphpim
STOVE, VERANDA CHAIRS, PLANTS, U
ETC., ETC., E rC. "
JASf F. MOTIGAK,
3j Queen Street.
B. Lichlig, 606 Fort St.
Wall-Nichols, King St.
Golden Rule Bazaar.
NEWS, ADVEUTISUMKNT AND
Il-H K'ng St. P O. Box 93.
No shop-worn goods on the coun
ters ol merchants who advertise in
HORSES f MARES
On SATURDAY, May 27 th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At tho nrumli-ox, Qiinnn btroot, roar ot
tint J)m h tt Kstato nltlue, I will soil at
25 HEAD HOUSES AND MAUE3.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
The underslsned offers for sale a valu
able parcel of Land on the southeast
comer of Beretanla and Miller Sts.
1 he property has a frontage of 54 feet on
Beret.inla St. and 93 feet on Miller St.
Area 4700 sq. ft.
There are two cottages on the property
one of which Is now rented forfcsper
For further particulars
JAS. F. MORGAN,
1176 M Queen SL
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