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& r. $ 1. 1 Y-' 5 KAIMUKI. This tract of most desirable Suburban property ,iow being opened up with residence sites, lies about three miles 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, llflanoa and Palolo Valleys, with the City of Honolulu, Ewa md Oahu 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 give access to the property, and are crossed by six avenues. Seven of these Boulevards are now opened up, the balance in coutv of construction. From its position it is entirely removed from the high vii.,'.- and heavy showers of Manoa and Nuuanu Valleys, (tnnnteeing from its soft ocean breezes a salubrious climate. A pumping plant, in the course of installation, settles tiv question of water, which will be furnished to purchasers 01 '-"s property at Government rates ; this flow of water being 1 ' Sii.. il Irom two 12-inch wells nearly 4,000,000 gallons in I nese lots contain an area or 15,000 square leet eacn, of two sizes 100 x 10 and 75 x 200. TERjWS : 450 per lot, $?0 additional for corners, spot jjlO per lot, $$0 additional for corners 20 cash, and tronthly installments per lot, no interest. ir c. tf MAP OF PROPERTY iir; vr particulars apply to CITY UNIMPItOVED, n t8 $5 x aoo. corner K aumoku anj Klnau ts , rr a 4v for bulMing, next to nan J some residences now occipleJ. r k, vox 190, tight fine Residence Lots facing on Luratllo and Klnau streets. These are very Imke lots, on line proposed Rapid Transit, raty terms (1 ii 100x190, on Deretanta street, near Keeau -rtnUu street, running through to Young street. ne of the most desirable building sites In the .ity. v c-ijx j?o,on Nobtey street, Kallhl, with Lon tid.i street. Good elevation, Rood,vlew; cheap; must be seen to be appreciated. FOR SALE, ON YOUNG STREET, ' 1-Kapiolanl. A CHOICE RESIDENCE of 3 bed-room, parlor and dining room, 1. hen and p.uifv. batl- and patent V. C; Rood plumbing, stable, outhouses, ser ums' iju irtar. Good Income property; rents for ?4 monthly. Slzeof lot, 75i55- FOR SALE AT HILO. 'TlftffcO A BAKERY doing good business, store on the principle thorough- - vJW farei ci1K,p rent, Two story building, with good living rt lis above, cverv thing complete as regards Bakery, Includinc wagon and horses; .(f 1 rooms furnished. Owner desires to sell on account of ill ht.ilth. satisfactory V 'is l in be arranged with a desirable party. Fifteen year lease on this property hi be sold separately. GEAR, LANSING & CO., Judd Building, Fort Street. By the "Geo. W. Curtis," 130 days from New York, a fine assortment of Hard& ware, Paints, Lubricating Oils, Turpentine, Benzine, Pitch, Oakum, Galvd. Water Pipe, Nails, Spikes, Barbed Wire, Staples, &c. I 0. HALL 'ill "ly-vr- tWV-k-rvf- air 'J'J "J- ' - WA "AAX- J--"es. M Columbia and llgcS JUST RECEIVE!), A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF. Blown Tumblers, Various Sizes, From 50 cents to J1.75 per dozen. Single Sets o? Harness, From f 10.50 to $35 per Set. Double Sets of Harness, From $)z to $45. Hump Cart Harness, with Saddle Complete, in good order. .' Good Stock of Leather on Hand Harness and SiJJIe Leather, Buff Leither, Bag Leather, Lace Leather, Alum ' 'r, Dasli Leather, Sole Leather, Spilt Leather, Genuine French Calf Skins from I .:, Goat Skins, Tanned Sheep Skins, Wool Sheep bklns, &c. 1 rness and Bridle Buckles, Assorted Sizes, ta hoe Thread, Assorted Nos., from 8 to 25, V. , ite, Blue and Green Back EnamelledDuck, So Inches wide, for Carriages, at lowest market rates. HawaiianHardwareCo.Xd TBE wnicn under measurement twenty-four hours. on view at our office ; and for GEAR, LANSING & CO. IMPROVED. No. 49?$ x 115, on Anapunl street. Cottage 7 rooms and bath. Good view, high elevation, cheap. No. $is x 157, corner Wilder Avenve and Kcwalo. Nice house, of 7 rooms and bath. Urge grounds; fruit and ornamental trees; barn and out buildings. & SON. Ltd. - i V-ivi -v ttc- Itnmbler Agonts. 3S '1' r- EVENING BDLIjI'-TIN: vtvtrJk-tmriTSK'ivitiniuB Cauuii-JUL' WANTS. 74ij in ttn column will be interteJ at t e t entt W a tint Ant intertton. to tenli teeonj utur lion; o ttnlt a and o ctntt month. 7n it I hi ebeapett aJvertittnf ner offered tbe people of Honolulu. LOST. LOST ThursJay nleht, between the Government Dlrenary and for. Howard'! residence. Klnz street, a Ion?, black feather boa. FlnJ.r will re celve liberal rewarJ byrelirnilnc same to Dr. Howard. H44-II FOUND. COUND A Cray and Pink Australian- Parrol I wtll'h itmnwriar t"n nnuar in nrtnaltAn II A. Parmelee. ii44-)t FOR SALE. FOR SALC-ForStooo. An Establlilied Honolulu Mercantile Duilneu fiavln.' S.nn ter mantti. A dre "K. I. a.." no- ?to. ffonolulu. imi FOR SALE In lltrkeley, one hour distant from San I ranclwo. A crntleman'i rlacer sin acres. E round laclne two streets. House ot ten rooms, aundry. PI neon anj Chlekcn House, Artesian well, (Inest water In Alameda Co. Electric cars pas the door. Price Si (.oco njjress ueaken s liooKstore, )i6 Sutter St., i4i-irn San Francisco. PR SALE A Rood penile horse. r-jRiry and har ness. rnmr.1!. Arr.lv In JOHN StILLIVAN. Pantheon Stable. ra)i-tf :OR SALE-One SIIIPMAN ENGINE In perfect order. Apply to H. G. Blart. Fort St. noytf ATWO-MANUALand Pedal Dass REED ORGAN Suitable for chapel or reslJence. Ber-strnm Music Co , Fort street. tc6 BEST as cent meal In town. Try It and be con vinced. Llnd's Excelsior Restaurant. 1041 WANTED. W ANTED I1LACII LOT AT PrNINSUI A Stale terms amd rrlcc. Address "LOT. this office. rata WANTrD 5ooMentnpetshied fur isC. (-.hlte barbers) II. J Ell S. 6io4 Fori street, nrn. Club Stables iaoolf TO LET. COR RENT A four room COTTAGE: bed-room. ' parlor dlntngrnim, kitchen, balh-rooTt and pantry. Apply this office. ta)o-tw TO LET DESK ROOM spaces to let. Apply to HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE AND MOMIMFN. TAL CO. 64 1 Kin; street. u6 TO-NIGHT ! THE EVENT OF THE SEASON ! Hawaiian Opera House SATURDAY, JUNE IOTH, MONDAY, JUNE 12TH. Engagement of the Eminent Actor, WILLIAM McVAYI And His Associate Players, In Shakespeare's Sublime Tragedy, "Othello." A perfect production In eery detail. Special Scfnery and Elegant New Cos tumes made especially for the play. Reserved seats for both performances now on sale at Wall, Nichols Co.'s. NEW SCALE OF PRICES : Boxes $10 00 Orchestra Circle 1 50 Dress Circle , 1 50 Last two rows in Dress Circle 1 00 First row In Balcony 1 50 Back of first row In Balcony 75 Gallery 35 THEORPHEUM FAMILY THEATRE. :i(AS S. DESKY PROPRIETOR I. F. POST MEAGER TO-NIGHT I Hibernian Comedy, Dnffy's Daughter Kate. 1YILLE. GLORINE, Serpentine Dancer, as the GODDfcSS PELE. 3The Kanoho Sisters, Hawaiian Warbler. Harry Darling, Muck anj Win; I) incur. Mr. Frank Barton, riaitione anj Cotnidlan May Ashley Myrtle Graham Violet Dale dim Post Billy Howard General AJmlsslon ate and 50c. Last nix rnwt tor Children under la years, 10c. SesiroJ Chairs, snc. Seals can be bouked byrlnclncup Telephone 510. Maiinee, 2:30 p, m, Hfrlnus Astualt Cuie. The Deputy SberiLT of Ewn, who is in town totiny, tells of a very serious assault case at luvn on June 7. It seems that n school teacher and another man got into a little altercation. The latter cfirao out witn a bail cut in the head. Tlio case carao up in tho District Court yesterday forenoon and tho defendant was fined $10 and costs. An appeal has been noted. The complainant intends to bring suit for damages against the teacher. New Mllllnerjr. Mrs. ISapthaly received by the Australia a choice eolootion of seasonable millinery nnd invites her patrons to call at No. 532, Fort streot, Love building. 1I0N0T OLU, H. I., SHIPPING mmiGEHCE For additional Shipping News see seventh pace. Diamond Head BIriihI Station, Juno in, 1 p m Weather cktir, wind Ili:lit N. E weather Bureau, Ptiiialiou, June 10 Temperature Morning minimum npe Iddi 70; Midday maximum, 81. (Banmtter corrected for cravlty. ,06 ) Barometer, Bam, 30.0k Irregular. Rainfall, do, 0.ft' Humidity at 9 a m 67 percentt Dow Point 64 F. ARIUVALB. Friday, Juno 9. Stmr Maul, Welsbarth, from Pa auhau twid Ookala; 11,789'BXBUKar. Stmr Kauai, Bruhn, from Kaana pnll; 638Tsx eurrnr to K Hackfcltl & Co. Stmr Lchua, Bennett, from Knuna kakal; 1257 sx sugar to W O Irwin & Co. Stmr J A CummirwrBearler from Oahu ports. Stmr Kluau, Freemau, from. Hllo; with 485-8X M)tutocs, 10-sq corn, 70 hil liogH, 19-bdIa hides, 1 horse, 160 pkgd sundries. Saturday, Juno 10. Stmr Claudlne, Cameron, from Maui ports; 6305 sx sugar, p3sx potn toes, laiax corn, CO lul cuttle, 05 liogs ami BupkgsMtiiiirle1. Stmr Wiitnlciik', Oncn,from Kllnu cn; 2Soo sinriir for WO Iiwln it Co. rilim Keiiiihini, Monltur, from Kuu ul pons; 3Mt' Uigur to Aluxrndur it iliiltlvlii. DKl'AllTimilH. Friday, Juno 0. StturMoknllt. Dudolt, for I.nnnl. Am hktn Slcngit, D Hobhisou, from 1'oit Towiisl'iiii, hi b.tllus-tt. Stmr Jiimes Makeu, Tullett, for Kuinn. Schr Jjiikn, for ITamakim. Br stmr Wurrlmoo. Uuy, for Vic toria. Stmr.W Q Hall, Hnglunil, for La lminn, Miulnca, Kona and Kau. il M S Mlowera, llonimlng, for Sydney. ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT Barkentino Skagit Bailed in bal last for tho Coast yesterday. 8331 sacks of BUgar cousignod to H Hackfeld & Co arrived on sUiamur Kauai yesterday. Steamers Kinau and Olaudino nriived last night nnd this morn iue rrsppclivoly. Thoy sail on kchedulo time noxt Tuesday. A strong northoast hioezo and lumpy 6oa were experienced by t lio Knutii on tier trip in from Lfilininu. Fino wcathor at thut port ami rniu at Kunnupili. The Kauai got in last niglit. Stenmer Kpiiuhnu nrrived from Knuni portu at 7:3) this moruinj;, lir'iiL!iiia 12 dock pissengPts ami 38,r)0 hngs of ?ugar to Alexander Si Baldwin 35,0110 bigs of sugar await suipuit'ut on Kauai accord ing to latest reports. According to reports brought by tho Lehua tresh water has been struck at the Paalawai plantation and tho new wells at Kaunakakai are supplying water in abundance Tho Lehua brought a cargo of sugar from Olowalu plantation. VESSELS IN PORT. AUMY AND NAVY. U S tugboat Iroquois,, Pond, Hilo, Mar 19. H I R Razboynik, Kussowlch, Valpa raiso. Ma 27. U S cruiser Philadelphia, Kautz, Apia, June 1. U S S Adams, Book, Hilo, June 4. AVERCHANTMEN. (This list does not Includes coasters.) Am stmr City of Columbia, Miinor, Hilo, Dec 11. Am schr ErsWIne S Phelps, Graham, San Francisco. Apr 16, H Hackfeld & Co. Am sp Iroquois, Thompson, New York, Apr 19. T H Davles iV Co. Am sp Aryan, Whlttler, Norfolk, Apr 28. U S Consul General Haw bl Hiii,il.;i, Dearborn, New castle, Apr 28. Casile & Cooke. Am sp Standard, Getchel, I'acoma, May 1. H HukMd & Co. Am bl AnJrew Welch, Drew, Sin Francisco, M.iv 8. C Brewer iV Co. Am 'clir Aloha. Dahel, San Francisco, AVayiH. II Hackfeld & Co. Am hi Mohlian. Kelly, Sw Francisco, May 18. Cistle cv CooUe. Am sp Star of Russia, Hatfield, Ninal mo, B C, May 24. I I S N Co. Am bktne Irmgard. Schmidt. Sin Fran cisco, Mav 26. F A Sclnefer cv Co. Brsp Kilmorv. Milne, London, May 27. H Hackfeld & Co. Ger sp VVeiw. Bommerman, London, May 31. H Hackfeld & Co. Am bktn Robert Sudden, Blrkholm, May 31. Am sp Georpe Curtis, Sproule, New York, May 31. C Brewer cv Co. Am schr Emma Claudlna, NIelson, Eureka, June2 Ger bk II Hackfeld, Barber, Liverpool, June 2. H Hackfeld & Co. Am bk Colusa, Ewart, Newcastle, June 3. Am bktne Planter, McNeil, San Fran clseo, June 3. Am bktne Amelia, Wilier, Poit Blakely, June 7. Allen & Robinson. OSS Australia, Houdlette, San Fran cisco, June 7. w u irwin (Jo. No Mcetlutr Liat Nllit. Tboro was no meotinc of Amor can oitizeuB last night to considor tnolourtn ot duly co ebration. Only a half dozen men turned up. The meetinu has been postponed until next Wednesday evening at tuo same timo ana place. npkr warn y 'MUs ".a'vwwaBBP l-4-'---!ji '' ' 'j-lhj l -ii.". arsraag'ai m iianparai"s"jj tayuj.' fti'gfgii U-'iii iL-ga 1 HEWS OF THE WEEK OH MAUI. Continued from Pago 1. at Iao Valley next Monday, Juno 12th. It is expected that a large number will be present. Misd Clara Lowrie, daughtor of Manager Lowrio, will leave with her mothor in about tbree weeks' time to ttend school in San Fran cisco. Tho case of Republic of Hawaii vs. Hifjby for as sault with a weapon upon Mr. Sohloiffer, occupied tho atten tion of tho distriot magistrate M'Kay on Wednesday and Thurs day of this week. Higby was found guilty and fined 8100. Paul Neumann and Sheriff Bald win for prosecution audi Attorneys Creighton and Cbrroa for defense. They tried to place their appeal) on calendar of present term of court but wore not allowed. Con tinued until December term. There will be a big fair and concert given at Lahaina tamor row in aid of tho Anglican church nt the place. Il is anticipated thnt the affair will bo a buccb in every way. Considerable money for tho purpose has already boen obtained through tho efforts of ltev. Ault and his. able Liuanue committee.. This and next weok will be tho busiest in Wailuku. The kamnai uas are exceedingly happy to view new faces and likewiso to rtmow friendship of formor days. Rest aurant men, stores, aud hotels and lodging house keepers aro iIsj doing a lively business. But as Wailuku is not a goahead town, it being as poorly kept in the way of improvements as Lahaina, with its dirty streete, broken down Chinese shanties, and a .dozon other unBligjitly sights, ttiero is really nothing for a kamaaiua to proudly show to visitors except ing aip to beautiful Iao. Mrs? Ed. Duvano died at Kaannpali this morning. SI10 left Honolulu for Maui noi about to weeks ngo. KAPIOLANI PARK EYEHTS. Continued from Page 1. and tho horeo3 for first and sec ond places wero as follows: Uit race Jenmo j., yiO; Term aninto, i?9. 3r 1 ract.-Venus, S50; T. It and Frank. $10; field, S5. 4th race Amarino, S25; Royal i6t, S22; field, 89. filh raue The entries were read, but very few dollars were placed; the horses named wore Morocco, Lady W. and Silver. Gth raco Gartalino and Venus, S20; Antidote, $7; field, $14. On the other events no money could bo got and tho sports went homo to got ready for today's fray. There was not a vory great amount of betting on the stroeta, but considerable at tho track where tho owners and sporting men aro watching their horses, jockeys and eaoh other generally. The odds were about as given above. Lunch nt the Ttucra. George Lycurgus announces that he will eervu lunoh at Sans Souoi and at the pavilion on tho race track Saturday and Monday during tho races. Turkey, cold meat anil nil the otbor dishes that go to mako up a tiuo luuch will bo served. Fifty cenM d plute. Tho Warrinioo t-nili'd lust even ing nt 5 o'clock for Victoria nnd tho Mijwi ra b.iil.'d for Sidney nt 1U o'oloclf. NEW TO-DAY Notice. THE METROPOLITAN MEAT COM- pony's place of business will close at 8 o'clock on Morning, June 12, 1899 Kame- hamehj Day. We also close every Sun day at 8 a. m. sharp. 1244-it DR. A. GORDON H0DGINS. OFFICE AND KESIDnNCE 548 FOKT Streot, opposite Romnn Catholic Clmroh. Olllco Hours: 0 to II; 2 to 1,7 to 8. Tolophono -158. 1215 BY AUTHORITY. Irrigation Notice. Holders of water privileges, or those paying water rates, are hereby notified that the hours foi irrigation purposes are from 6 to 8 o'clock a. m. and from 4 to 6 o'clock p.m. S. M. DAMON. 1 i244-tf Minister of Interior Tf TMilf . M jasMiorgan AUCTIONEER AND ti 33 Queen 8tret VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE The underslKneMpffers for sale a valu able parcel ofyLnnd on the southeast corner of Beretanfa and Mller Sts. The property ias a froiitage of 54 feet on uereiania ait anuia-jeei on miner at. Area 4790 m.4 There arTa 'J? v V. I ti' f the prorertv one of wKVch ' d for 2S per mnnl AfiV. """"" ."Hi For fu pply to JAS. F. MORGAN, 1176 3 Queen St tb. 1 ; ''.. il UVWK. Piano Taught In Six iMloxitlis New, quick method. Terms $5 per mo. Special attention to adult begin ners. Address "MUSICIAN," Bulle tin office. 1234 rt jKA.'. iiy'l rpartlflHfrs ITfflTriiwt-'i.w Jw wttawvaw-wm-wM', r-wWi . i H C F HURRAH! ) FOR THE ' llthJune HAWAIIAN Flags, Shields Bunting FOR SALE AT THE JL.M f2k.i .fl gay Cor. Niiunnu and King Sts. ? KLpAL ESTATE BARGAINS ! I. Farm at llamakua S t.ot 1. SOLD. . SOLD, i. SOLD. 5. SOLD. 6. A 4-room Lodging llouit, i-year Ua, jja u WITHDRAWN. I. 17! acres coffee land, Kona , j.a 9. SOLD 10. Lot H acre near town ,. 1,50 it. WITHDRAWN. 11. SOLD. I . Housa and Lot, Punahou iLa 14. Large Lot and good Paying Buslneu.... ia,cJ. 15. Large Lot, Palama, nearly S cie . 16. Lot joao,wllb dwelling houte.Quarry St .( For further particulars apply to J. M. VIVAS, G Post Ofiico (.one, - Honolulu. ilT r k 1 5 I V h-.i jSHt Jritoi. - .,.. J 'A wr .. -i. i X. I J t - . La.. t -- 1. At.