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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JUNE 19. 1899.
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This tract of most desirable Suburban property
iov being opened urj with residence sites, lies about three
ntles from this city, in a northeasterly direction.
It has an elevation of over 200 feet above sea level,
xmimanding a magnificent view of the Ocean, Koko Mead,
Manoa and Palolo Valleys, with the City of Honolulu, Ewa
tnd Oahu Plantations, and Pearl Lochs, at its feet. It is en
tirely removed from all planting of rice or taro, thereby obviat
ng the possibilities of ague and fever. Twelve broad streets
ive access to the property, and are crossed by six avenues.
Seven of these Boulevards are now opened up, the balance in
tourse of construction.
From its position it is entirely removed from the high
vinds and heavy showers of Manoa and Nuuanu Valleys,
fuaranteeing from its soft ocean breezes a salubrious climate.
A pumping plant, in the course of installation, settles
:he question of water, which will be furnished to purchasers
)f this property at Government rates ; this flow of water being
issured from two 12-inch wells which under measurement
show nearly 4,000,000 gallons in twenty-four hours.
These lots contain an area of 15,000 square feet each,
md are of two sizes 100 x 10 and 75 x 200.
TERAS : $450 per lot, $50 additional for corners, spot
:ash. $550 per lot, $50 additional for corners $20 cash, and
J10 monthly installments per lor, no interest.
MAP OF PROPERTY on view at our office ; and for
urther particulars apply to
GEAR, LANSING & CO.
Ifc $ flj x oo, corner Kecacmoku And Klnau sts.,
raiy for tulUlnj, next to hanJsomeresMtnces
t. u v x 100. eight fine RetMence Lots facing on
Lunalllo and Klnau streets. These are very
rholcelots, on line rroposcd Uapld Transit,
rsi 100 x too, on Dcretanta treet, near Keeau-
tnoku street, running through to Young street.
One of the most desirable building sites In the
'v 40 1)1 x J7x, on KoMey street. Kallhl. with Lon
Aide street Good elevation, good,lew; cheap;
must be Men to be appreciated.
FOR SALE, ON YOUNG STREET,
cark'nplolanl, A CHOICE RESIDENCE of 3 bed-rooms, parlor and dining room,
kitchen and pantry, bath and patent W. C.j good plumbing, stable, outhouses, ser
vants' quartan. Good Income property, rents for S40 monthly. Size of lot, 75 x 1 55.
FOR SALE AT HILO.
SfJfiflft A BAKERY doing good business, store on the principle thorough
ipAUUV fare cheap rent. Two story building, with good living
ooms above, everythlngcomplete as regards Bakery, Including; wagon and horses;
living rooms furnished. Owner desires to sell on account of ill health, satisfactory
terms can be arranged with a desirable party. Fifteen year lease on this property
Till 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
Cor. ITort and Kins Sts.
JUST RECEIVED, A LARGE ASSORTMENT
Blown Tumblers, Various Sizes,
From 50 cents to 51.75 per dozen.
Single Sets of Harness,
T From $10.50 to $35 per Set.
Double Sets of Harness,
From S3? to 545.
Dump Cart Harness, with Saddle
Complete, In good order.
A Good Stock of Leather on Hand
Viz : Harness and Saddle Leather, Buff Leather. Bag Leather, Lace Leather, Alum
Leather, Dash Leather, Sole Leather. Splltz Leather, Genuine French Calf Skins from
Europe, Goat Skins, Tanned Sheep Skins, Wool Sheep Skins, &c.
Harness and Bridle Buckles, Assorted Sizes,
Shoe Thread, Assorted Nos., from 8 to 25,
White, Blue and Green Back Enamelled Duck,
50 Inches wide, for Carriages, at lowest market rates.
No. itn x 11, on Anapunl street. Cottage 7 rooms
and bath. Good lew, high elevation; cheap.
No. 51 oax 157, corner Wilder Avenve and Kewalo.
Nice house of 7 rooms and bath. Urge grounds;
fruit and ornamental trees; barn and outbuildings.
& SON, Ltd,
TPrSSiUi. In Ihi column will h InurliJ al ei
V a' hntfint inurllon; 10 (lull ttccnj inur.
tttaftsl aJvirtliintivir cfrtrtJ Ibi l-tofli of Honolulu.
DOARDANDLODfilNOIn frKate family flood
- location; large airy room Arfly 51J deretanla
TO LBT-DESK ROOM r.ires toTet. Apply to
1 HAWAIIAN lUrw rt'kVn avm .irtuiU.bM-
TAL CO. 641 Klnjr street. 1120
I OST At the entrame to the Opera llouw. lad
l. evening, (June 16. '00) a pair of Mack OPERA
.,.,.!;s..!?. The tinder ple.ne return same to A. li.
MUHI'H V & CO.. an; Hotel street. io
LOST Somewlierc betnem the Aloha Alna office
on klnc street, near Alakia, and Kallhl road
and lieckley street, a No. 1 Castman Kodak. I lnJ
er will plea return to this office and receive reward.
I OST-Palr of CYG GLASSLS. Mondav nlRhl,
- somewhere between Walklkl and Railroad Station
rinder please return to Capt, Ewatt,
iiiu incite ivnarri
UANTED-A Rontle DRIVING HORSE for Lady'.
use. Apply "M," this office. m6
WANTCD 500 Men to eel shaved for 15c (white
Club Stables iaon-tf
CAL13 OR EXCHANGE-RolUtop Desk. Racine
J Letter Press. Copylnjr Hath, Letter Hooks, Car
bon Paper, 6-8 Camera. 8-10 deorz Lens, Lev errne
Lens, Kodak. CAMERA. P.O. Hot tea. in6-im
PR SALE A powerful young Imported horse,
sound and coodlooklng; well adapted as working
horse, must be sold at once. No reasonable offer re
fused. Address "M" This office. mj.j-iw
COR SALE For $1000, An Established Honolulu
Mercantile Business paying $oo per month. A4
dress "K. P. G" llox ;7Q. Ilonolulu. hi)
COR SALE In Derkeley. one hour distant from
San hranclsco, A gentleman'! place; six acres
ground facing two streets. House of ten rooms.
Laundry, Pigeon and Chicken House, Artesian well,
finest water In Alameda Co. Electric cars pass the
door. Price $is.ooo.
Address Peahen's lootcstore.
J16 Sutler st ,
1141-im San I'ranclsco.
A good gentle horse, buggy and liar-
Apply to JOHN SULLIVAN,
PR SALE-One SHIPMAN ENGINE In perfect
order. Apply to II, G, Hlart. fort St. noi-lf
ATWO-MANUALand Pedal Dass REED ORGAN
Soluble for chapel or residence. liergstrom
Music Co.. Port street. 1067
EST Accent meal In town. Try It ni be con-
Tiuvru. bina s cAcisior Kesiauram 1041
33 Queen Street
The unJerslcned offers for sale a valu
able parcel of Land on the southeast
comer of Beretanla and Miller Sts.
The property has a frontage of 54 feet oi
Beretanla St. and 93 feet on .Miller St.
Area 4790 sq. ft.
There are two cottages on the property
one of which Is now rented for I25 pei
For further particulars
JAS. F. MORGAN
11 76 33 Queen St.
i, I'arm at llamakua J 6,o
5. A 40-rooro Lodglns House, t-year lease. 5,0a
t, us acres coffee land, Kona., J.cc
.a. Lot H acre near town , t,jc
iv ' : lit, Punahou 1,00
14. lartIt ' oi Paying Duslness... ia,oot
1- ' iiiti.,!' 1 t. rrly.J acre 4,001
1. ; 5iJiiw 1 .1 .: T'i.'je,Qutry St ,5o
Por fi'i her ,u; ticulai ppK li
, J. M. VIVAS,
G Pot Office Lrtno. - M., ;,)iulu.
Tor additional Shipping News see seventh pace.
Dlmnoutl Ilcntl SIrhuI BtHtlon.Juno
in, 1 p.'ni Weather clotiily.wliid fresh
Wcatlior Bureau, Puunhou. June 19
Temperature Mornlnir minimum,
05: Midday maximum, 81.
(Barometer corrected for cravlty .06.)
llarometcr, 0 a in. SO.OO. Itlsiiiir.
Rainfall, do, 0.11.
Humidity at 0 a m 03 percent.
Dow Point 02 V.
Saturday, June 17.
Am lik S 0 Allen. Johnson, 13 (lays
from San Francisco: ikirs and nuNn tn
Allen & Robinson.
P M SB Itlo do Janeiro. Ward: 10
days from Yokohama; pass and mdso
10 ii JiaoKrem a jo.
Stmr Iwnlanl, Gregory, from Ku
kulhacle: 6090 baiM miirur to V A
Scliacfer A Co. y
Stmr Klnau. Freeman, from lllln:
8H1 bags potnocs, 125 1 head tdiccp, 21
iicnti caltlo 4 Horses, 02 bass collee, 52
bills bides. 34 head Iiol'h. "'10 nkm mm.
Am bktno S N Castle. Hubbard. 14
days Horn Ban Francisco: pass and
mdso to W O Irwin it Co.
Sunday, Juno IS.
Stmr Claudlnc. Cameron, from
Kahulul; 7913 bags sugar, 582 bags
potatoes, 122 bags corn. 87 hogs, 141
8tmr Kcauhou, Mosher, from 11a
namattlu; 3200 bags sugar H Hackfeld
& Co. 801) bags rlco various.
Stmr Mlkahala, Thompson, from
Kawlllwlll: 51)00 bairs susrar to Alex-
antler & ISaldwin.
Stmr Kauai, Brulni, from Knana
pall; 7003 bags sugar to II Hackfeld
Saturday, Juuo 17.
5aUktuc Irmgard, Schmidt, for San
Francisco; 1111 tons sugar.
Stmi Kllohnna, Thompson, forXa
alehu. Stmr James Makee, Tullett, for
Sunday, June 16.
P MSB Itlo dcJanelra, Ward, for
Monday, Juno 19.
Stmr Wnlnleale, Green, for Kauai
ports at 4 p m.
Stmr Iichua, Rennett, for Molo
kai and Maul p rts at 5 p m,
YES8EL8 LEAVINQ TOMOItnOW.
StmrW G Hall, Haglund, for La
baliia, Maalaca, Kona and Kau.
Stmr MIkaliala, Thompson, for Nn
wlllwlll (passengers only), and
other Kauai ports
Stmr Iwalanl, Gregory, for Ha
Stmr Klnau, Freeman, for Maul
and Hawaii ports.
Stmr Claudlnc, Cameron, for Maul
O.WIU 'OMMKCI!3II.T U'ISKK.
Saturday was the- firat of com
mencement week nt Oahu College.
A large crowd wna out and the
bnud was also in attendance. The
first event of (ho uftoruoou was n
liaaket hnll game. T ho Bulfa with
Miss FloroiiL-o Hall m o.tptnin,
won from tho Blues, captniuod by
Miss Alurshnll. Scoro 1G to 7.
Fred Alexander won tho tilting
tournament with Seymour Hall
At a meeting held lalor in Fau
ahi hall, the Punnliou Alumni As
sociation was formed and the fol
lowing officers choson:
President, ltev. O. H.Qulick.
Vico president, Mrs. 13. F. Dil
lingham. Soerotary, Judge A. Perry.
Treasurer, Joseph Oooke.
Trustoo board momber, J. F.
President Dole wns temporary
chairman. Proeidont Hosmor
stated tho pnrposoa of tho meot
ing, John Thomas Qulick ppoke
on field eporls and Alox. M. Ath-
erlon, recently rpturned from tho
States, dpoke of Punnliou from an
Eastern point of viow. Mrs.
Mills mentioned her work in
Oahu college many yonrs uco and
Judge Porry addressed tho audi
ence on tho duties ol U1030 who
wcro at ono time studonts in the
college J. B. Athortou suggested
that perhnpB some of those might
assist tho collogo along tho lice of
Tho annual public mooting of
the collogo Y. M. 0. A. will bo
held in Pauabi hall this evening.
An excellent program has been ar
ranged. rASSENfJEllS DErAHTED.
For San Francisco, per P M S
S Rio do Saneiro, Juno 18 J G
Andorson and wifo, Mrs H A
Ounipupll, Mrs J Taylor and
child, Geo MoLagan, Dr II II
Mnyuard and wife, K Golding anu
wifo, M F Tonory and wifo, H P
Eakin, Mrs Goo H Paris, Mrs V
Hunt, Mrs H D Brutloy, II Fish
or, n W Sohraidt, F J Grace,
Mrs A Oummins, II Focko, Miss
M Toner, and 12' European pas-?CDgers.
LIBBY, M'NEILL & LIBBYS
C. C. Beef, i 's
Roast Beef, i 's
Lunch Tongue, i's.
Vienna Satisane, is
Dev. Ham, 's,
THEO. H. DAVIES CO., LTD.
ROBERTSON, LITTLE & ROBERTSON.
Stock and Bond Brokers.
H--H--H- H H -H-CORNER
KING AND BETHEL STREETS.
Ntan Ueat Kama.
In a very exoiting ten inning
gamo between tho Star and Karao
tiamobu teams on tho Makiki baso
bnll gronnda Saturday afternoon,
tho forrnor won by a score of 11 to
7. Thero was n larao crowd out
to seo tho playing and, during the
procress of tho gamo, tho band
walked fromOahuOollegonnd play
od sovoral selection. The game
was full of features and thero was
enthusiasm an all sides. Thero
was somo kicking against tho um
pires but they probablv know
what they were doing. Tho scoro
by inning was as follows:
Earns 2003 000020- 7
Struok out by Jackson, 4; by
Router, i. Base bits Stars, 9;
Rams, C. Earned runB Stars, 4;
Kims, 1. Throe baso hits Kiley
and Burgess. Homo run Eiloy.
Wild pitch Bentor, 1. Flies
caoght Stars, 5; Earns, 10. Foul
Flies caught Stars, 3. Sacrifice
Hits Stars, 2; Earns. 1. Time
of gamo Two hours. Umpires
Winter and Keobokhlole. Scoror
NoldUri Play Good Hull.
A lively and well contested
gamo of baseball was played Satur
diy mernieg botwoen tho Palnma
Obapel and Buttery E. teams.
Both played fast ball through
out and tho soldiers won by their
greator stealincss and bettor team I
Tho first inning was marked by
a batting spurt on tho put of tho
artillorymen which placed tbom
well in the lend, but tho Palamas
played a plucky uphill gamo and
ended with a rally which caused
tboir opponents to work hard tore
tnin their lead. Following is the
Hattory K G 0 5 0 I 0 1 013
Palama 1 2 1 0 0 5 010
Batteries Batleiy K, Stoole
Palama Chapel Joy nud Lane.
3 B H Steele, McCandless, (2),
Joy. 2 B H Stignr, Bullock.
Struck out by Joy 9; by Steele 4.
The Hprfnir Hontlig
Aro most likely to find your
blood impure and lacking in the
red corpuscles which enable it to
carry nourishment to tho nerves
and other organs. Thcroforo you
foel weak, tired and listless and
nro trouhlod with spring humors.
Relief is given by Hood's Sarsn
parilla which purifies, od riches
nud vitalizes the blood.-
Hood's Pills ouro biliousness.
Mailed for 25 cents by 0. 1. Hood
& Co., Lowoll, Mns.
American Messenger Service
open all night. Telephone 444.
Orpheuin seats can bo booked
by ringing up Tolouhono No. 510.
The Coroner's inquest in tbo
caso of the Chinaman run over by
thoJapaneso unotcmans carriage
on tho night, of tho 12th inBt.,
will take plaoe at 3 o'clock this
aftprnom iu tho D?ruy Mar-
Tho ubq of tho Singor in mil
lions of homos shows tho unpre
cedented bucco6b of those ideal
sowing maohines. It is convinc
ing proof that tho Singer oxcols
in nil kinds of family sewing and
art nocdlo work. All our sowing
maohines aro of the ost conBtrao
tnn, bonutifully decorated, and
a. . mounted on solected woods in
findly finished cnbinets of artistic
designs. B. Borcorson. scent. lGi
$t 2o per dozen
:. .,.,..,..,.. . .,
i 6$ per case of 2 dozen
Ltdjr and Children Hurl.
In a runaway acccideut at tho
cornor of Eing alreot and tbo
Waikiki road Sunday afternoon
Mrs. J. A. McCandless, her son
and two daughters of Mr. and
Mrs. 0. G. Ballontyno wore qoito
badly hurt. Tho driver lost con
trol of tho horso on Eiug street.
The animal ian into a telephone
post at tho plaoo mentioned and
occupants were thrown out. Mrs.
MoCandless had her forearm
broken and her son was bruised
on tho head. Ono of tho Ballon
tyne girls had her arm brokon
and tho other Hustiinod injuries
to her face. Tho drivor esoaped
Tho Castles do not expoct to bo
able to get into their now home in
Manoa boforo October.
OHAS. .1. PALK,
Member Ilonolulu Stock Exohantto.
Hcom 310, Judd Building.
A, H, GALLOWAY,
OS All Kinds
Will be received by the Board of Com
missioners, Honolulu Fire Department,
until 12 o'clock m. June 24th, 1899, for
the supply of Horse Feed to the Depart
ment during the period of six months end
ing Dec. 31st, 1899, viz:
Oats, Surprise, per ton.
Hay, Wheat, large bales, per ton.
Bran, coarse, per ton.
The Board of Commissioners does not
bind Itself to accept the lowest or any bid.
WM. R. SIMS,
Secretary H. F. D. .
Honolulu, June 19, 1S99.
Moonlight : Dance
By : tho . "Wuvorloy . Olub,
TRAIN leaves for the Grove at 7:30
Round Trip Tickets, Gentlemen i,
ALL ARE WELCO.ME.
THE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY OF
fers to contract to sell five thousand bags
(or a less quantity) of No. 1 Hawaiian rice
yearly for the period of five years, com
mencing with June crop, at and for the
sum of five dollars per 100 lbs. Delivery
to be made on the wharf at Honolulu.
ppiy 10 inu hAWN
Of Kwong Lee
f uen Si Co,
, mug nrei,