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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, JULY 4. '900.
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HONOLULU STOCK
W. H. RICH. Pres.
Jas. F. Morgan,
-33 Queen
Auction Sale
-OF-
Wooden Fences!
On THURSDAY, .Inly 5th,
AT 11 O'CLOCK NOON,
On Nuu.mu street, near School street, I
will sell, at public auc'lon, by order of the
Hoard of Health, the entire fence surround
ing the Wler Robertson place.
On rillDAY, July (Stli,
At 12 o'clo.U noon, I ul'l sell at public
nuktlon, bv rJer of the Hoard of Health,
the fence surroundit K the old Mote btjDles
on Hotel and Milliards streets; aUo the
feme surrounditiK the Franz rlace on Hotel
md Punilibow I treet.
On SATURDAY, .Inly 7th,
At 100'Jxk .1.111., I will sell .nt public
auction, by order of the Hoard of Heilth,
the fenie lUrr.iundliiK the Chinese prem-l-s
on the corner ot alklni road and
King street.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
Auctioneer.
Auction Sale
OF..
Unpermitted Stores
On FRID W.July 13 th, 1900.
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salcsr.om, jj Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction by order of Mr. E.
R. Stackable, Collector of Customs, the
following list of Unpe.mlttid Stores re
malnlng In the Custom House up to
June.tth, 1900:
f EX S. S. AUSTRALIA.
M. Hicks. Sept. S. 1S9S 6 Bx
O. Hay Morgan. Nov. 23, 1S98....1 Pkg
Diamond II, Jan. 18, 1899 1 Box
Pioneer News Co., Hllo, Jan. 18,
1899 lPkg
Joe Ilognn, Feb. 15, 1899 1 Box
N. II. Douglass, Feb. IS, 1899.... 1 Box
11. Kamnmeler, Mcli. IS, 1899. ...1 Box
W. K. Brown, May 1. 1899 1 Box
D. & Co., July 10, 1S99 1 Box
lion, Tropical Fruit Co., Aug. 2,
1S99 lBox
N. SI. (J. L. K S. V.), Aug. 30,
1 S09 2Bvs
Diamond A," Oct. 23"lS9!)..'.'..'.'.'.'l Tub
Diamond K S K. Oct. 23, 1899.... 1 Tub
N. SI., Oct. 25, 1899 lCrato Stove
Davey Photo. Co., Oct. 23, 1899. ..1 Pkg
N. SI., Nov. 22. 1S99 2 Bxs
O. A. Steven, Hllo, Dec. 20, 1899.. 1 Pkg
G. A. Gonsalves, Jan. 17, 1900.... 1 Box
Haw. Com. & Sugar Co., Jan. 17,
1900 lPlcs
O. II. Northrup, Jnn. 17, 1900....1 Caso
Hon. Photo. Supply Co., Jan. 17,
1900 1 Caso
Diamond V, Hon., Jan. 17, 1900.. 0 Bxs
C. A. K. Hopkins, Feb. 14, 1900.. 1 Calm
V. W. lllerce. care T. II. I). & Co..
Feb. 14. 1900 ,...1 Crate
Miss Slay Knpall, Feb. 14, 1900. ..1 Box
Mrs. Jennie Miles, April 11, 1900.. 1 Pkg
A. J. Williamson, Honokaa, Slay
9, 1900 1 Box
A. II. Andrews & Co., Slay 9, 1900.5 Bxs
N. St., Slay 9, 1900 1 Bale
Mrs. James Alama, Slay 9, 1900... 1 Pkg
Manuel Sebastian, Slay 9, 1900.... 1 Pkg
EX S. S. ALAMEDA.
II. V. Schmidt & Sons, Jan. 5,
1899 .. ,....l Pkg
Mrs. P. ' be ' La ' Porte,' 'llchV 29,
1899 .....lPkg
Mrs. Wllhelm I.nnz, Sept. 3, 1899.1 Pits
B. O. Clark (Com. of Agr.). Nov.
10, 1S99 3 Pkgs. Plants
Lovejoy & Co., Dec. 0, 1899 1 Pkg
Mrs. Frances Slontrose, Feb. 28,
1900 , lPkg
Diamond It. U Co., Apr. 27, 1900.. 1 Bbl
Hon. Iron Works, Slay 24, 1900... 1 Box
A. J. Williamson. Honokan, Slay
24, 1900 lPkg
H. Vicars, Slay 24, 1900 1 Box
, EX S. S. SIOANA.
U. S. 8. Bennington, Feb. 1, 18991 Box
W". a, I. & Co., Sept. 14, 1898 1 Box
F. WBenrdsIey. Feb. 1, 1899 1 Box
J, B., April 28,1899 1 Box
George Groves. Slay 24. 1899 1 Pkg
Miss Edith Froom, Nov. 28, 1899. .1 Pkg
A Vos Publico, Hllo, Nov, 28, "99.1 Pkg
Macfarlane & Co., Feb. 1, 1900. ..1 Pkg
XV. D. Alexander, SIch. 30. 1900... 1 Pkg
XV. S. GuBuage, Apr. 25, 190 1 Box
Hllo Drug Co., Hllo, Apr. 25, 1900.1 Pkg
Excelsior Soda Works, Hllo, Apr.
25, 1900 IPkk
EX S. 8. SIAUIPOSA.
Stoddard Fltzpatrlck. Nov. 10, 98.1 Pkg
H. J. SI., Jan. 4, 1899 1 Pkg
P. SI. Lucas, care SI. & C, Feb. 1,
1899 lBox
Wing Wo Chan, SIch. 3, 1899 1 Pkg
J. T. Waterhouse, Oct. 12, 1899... 1 Pkg
Hon. J. Hnrdy, Kauai, Jan. 4,
1900 lPk'
Claude SI. Zcllers, Spreckclsvllle,
Jan. 4, 1900 lPkg
A. O. B 13440-13447, May 25,
1900 2 Cases
EX S. S. CITY OF PEKING.
J. D. Campbell, SIch. 8, 1899 1 IJ.vc
T. G. Ballentyne, SIch. 8. 1899. .1 Crate
Diamond S, SIny 13, 1900 1 Pkg
Circle K K, Slay 13, 1900 15 Tubs
EX S. S. COPTIC.
Xf. 3. L., No. 25, Feb. 27, 1899. ..1 Bale
J. Hopp, Slay 4, 1899 1 Box
Circle II. July 20. 1899 1 Box
N. SI., Nov. 25, 1899.... 2 Bdls Seaweed
SI. K., Nov. 25, 1899 1 Basket
N. SI No. 30, Nov. 25, 1899 1 Box
EX S, S. HIO I)E JANEIHO.
Diamond IC S K. April 27, 1899. ..lTub
. , EX S. S. DORIC.
Diamond K S K, June 23, 1899. ...1 Tub
G. II. Barlow, Juno 23, 1899 1 Box
EX S. 8. GAELIC.
N. M Aug. 15, 1899 1 Box
Gonsalves & Co,, May 31, 1899. ...1 Box
:- A N D -:
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
LIVE : : STOO
YARDS
AUCTIONEER
AND BROKER -
Street-
Benson, Smith & Co., Oct. 31, '99.1 Pkg
Alexander & Baldwin, Dec. 22, 99.1 Pkg
T. 11. Davles & Co., Dec. 22, '99.1 Pkg
L. 8. Co., Paapalo, Dec. 22, 1899.. 1 Box
Diamond 8 K, Dec. 22, 1899 3 Bxs
N. St., Dec. 22, 1899 1 Iron Kcttlo
EX 8. S. CHINA.
Diamond 8 K, Jan. 4, 1899 lTub
C. K., No. 6, Jan. 4, 1899 1 Box
Lovejoy & Co., Jan. 4, 1899 1 Box
Hoffsehlneger & Co., Jon. 4, 1899.1 Box
Hong Quon, Jan. 8, 1900 1 Pkg
EX S. S. AMERICA MARU.
A. R., Oct 14,1899 211XS
Alexander & IlaldwIn.SIny 4, '00.1 Pkg
EX S. S. HONGKONG SI A III7.
Diamond S K, Aug. 23, 1899 1 Sk
SI. S, Grlnbaum & Co., Jan. 1, '00.1 Pkg
W. E. Hero, SIny 28, 1900 1 Box
EX S. S. NIPPON MARU.
Yen Sucn, Feb. 1, 1S99 ,...1 Box
N. SI.. N. N., Feb. 1, 1S99 2 Bxs
N. SI., N'o. 2, Feb. 1, 1S99 1 Box
J. Ecns, May 2, 1900 3 Pkgs
EX S. S. GARONNE.
J. SI. Rlggs, SIch. 7, 1899 ,3 Bxs
i;. B. H. lll.l.UIA.N iu.nu.
Shlntorn lkedn, Aug. 15, 1899.... 1 Pkg
EX S. S. CARMARTHENSHIRE.
Diamond T K. Doc. 5. 1899 3 T'iiTjs
N. SI., Dec. 5. 1899 2 Bxs Ten
N. SI., Dec. 5, 1S99 4 Mats wucai
EX S. S. BLOESIFONTEIN.
P. J. Church, Jan. 17, 1900
1 Sewing Machine
EX S. 8. AORANOI.
J. N. S. Williams, Oct. 28, 1899. ..1 Box
L. S. Co.. Dec. 20. 1899 3 Bxs
D. D. Baldwin, SIch. 18, 1900.. ..1 Box
N. SI.. Slay 9, 1900.. 1 Box Adv. Matter
Bulletin Publishing Co., June 9,
1900 1 Pkg Samples
EX S. 8. WARRI.MOO.
Bishop & Co., Jnn. 22, 1899..
Diamond K O, Jnn. 22, 1899...
Lcwers & Cooke, July 7, 1899
..lBox
..lTub
..lPkg
..lPkg
N. S. Abbott, Dec. 21, 1899
EX BARK ALBERT.
Diamond 8 IC, Sept. 15, 1899.. 1 SkRIca
EX SHIP GEORGE CURTIS.
L. S. Slathcws, Oct. 19, 1899
1 Pkg Wheels
EX SHIP ST. FRANCIS. "
SI.. SIch. 20. 1900.. 2 Wagon Springs
N. SI.. SIch. 20, 1900 2 Bbls Cement
EX BARK EDWARD SIAY.
A. K. & Co., II A 14408, Slay 14,
1900 1BOX
EX BARKENT1NE ARCHER.
Diamond S, Slay 23, 1900 1 Box
EX SCHR. SIARY E. FOSTER.
A. Hockawald, Apr. 27, 1900. ..20 Bbls
FROM QUARAN , INE.
No Nome. Nov. 1. 1899 1 Basket
No Name, Nov. 1, 1899 1 Demijohn
No Name, Nov. 1. 1899... 1 Bottle Pills
No Name, Dec, 5, 1899.1 Pkg Umbrellas
No Name, Dec. 5, 1899 1 Demijohn
,.o Name, Deo. 5, 1899 1 Pkg Locks
No Name, Dec. 5, 1899 1 Pkg Shots
No Name, Dec. 5, 1899 1 Revolver
No Name, Jan. , 1900 2 BaskctB
No Name, Slay , 1900 1 Pkg Tnblo
EX SCHR. JESSIE MINOR.
Ex SIntc Jcssla Minor. Sept. 15,
1899 5 Pkgs Personal Effect
EX S. S .CITY OF COLUSIBIA.
II. Stadthagcn, Sept. 10, 1898
1 Box Slot Machines
EX VESSEL UNKNOWN.
N. SI., Dato Unknown
1G Cases Japanese Boer
Jas. F. Morgan,
I57t4 AUCTIONEER,
Trial Tiip of the
Steamer Califoroian
Ran Francisco, Juno 25. The trial
trip of the California, tho pioneer
steamer of the Amerl'-an-Hawnllim
Steamship Company, will take plar-u
on Thursday. The unuhliig t('iuhs
are now being put on tho vessel nt the
Union Iran Works, and It Is conllckmly
expected that tho vessl will more thnn
fulfill her requirements. 3he will leave
the Union Iron Works early In the
morning and bo given n spurt on tht
bay to warm up her engines and then
will go outside the heads.
The trial of the Callfornlan Is of In
terest to the Coast for more reasons
than one. In the llrst place she will
establish a new route for steamers be
tween here and New York by way of
Honolulu. From here the Bteamers of
the new line will carry general mer
chandise to Honolulu, then take sugar
to the Atlantic seaboard and return to
San Francisco with general cargoes
The Callfornlan Is the lnicest commer
cial craft ever built on the Coast, but
tho keel of a larger vcsxel for the same
company has been laid at the Union
Iron Works.
The Callfornlan, as soon us sho has
been accepted by her owners will com
mence taking In cargo for Honolulu.
It has not been decided yet where sho
will dock. Williams, Dlmond & Co.,
her agents and part owners, have long
had an application with tho Harbor
Commissioners for Howard street
wharf No. 3, now In course of con
struction. The Alasku Commeiclal Co.
'and the United .States Government
have also mado application for tho
same wharf. The matter will probably
be settled ut Wednesday's meeting of
the Commissioners.
Fine Job Printing at thj Qulletln
Office,
- Merchants
CO., LTD.,
8MPPIRG INTELLIGENCE
For aJJitlunal SMrr'np ls'(Wi it tevtmh ?agt.
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First ipiarter of the moon on the Ith
nt 1:41 p. in.
Tides from tho United Slates Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Honolu
lu. Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh, 30m
slower than Grcnwlcn time, being
that ot tho mer Ian of 157 30. The
time, whistle r .ws at 1:30 p. m.,
which Is the ame as Greenwich Oh.
0 m.
ARRIVALS.
TuesJas7, Julv 3.
Italian sp. EIKi, ,Mareca, 47 days from
Newcastle with 2170 tons of coal to order.
Wednesday, July 4.
O. S. S. Australia, Lawless, from San
Francisco.
C.-A. S. S. Mlowera, HemmlnK, from
the Colonies.
DEPARTURES.
Wednesday, July 4.
Stmr Keauhou. Mosher. for Hanamaulu.
Stmr James Makee, Tullett for Kapaa.
Stmr Walaleale, Plltz, or Kllauea.
Smr W. G Hall. Thompson, for Nawl-
llwlll, Koloa, Eleeleand Hanapepe.
Stmr Kllauea Hou, McAllister, for Ka
malo and Lahalna
Schr Golden Gate, for Lahalna.
Am so. Henrv B. Hvde. McClouJ. for
New Yo'k with sugar,
Am bk. (-ar.ndelet. btetson. fur the
Sound In ballast.
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
C.-A. S. S. Mlowera. Hemming, for
Vane uver and Victoria at 4 P. m.
PASSENGERS RR1VED.
From Sin Francisco, per O. S. S. Aus
tralia, July 4--C. A. Bachelder, F. F.
Haldwln and wife, F. Berry, Mrs. C. H.
Bishop, A. A. Brown, Rev. C H. Buck
and wife, E. M. Campb;ll, H. C. Carter,
S. N. Castle, Miss Charlotte Oistle, Jos.
F. Clvne. Isldor Culm. Mrs. C. A. Cowan
and two children, Cllxe Davles, Mrs. C.
A. Uavl , Miss U. Davis, Ylaster K. M.
Davis, Mrs. H. F. Dillingham, U. Dor
ward, Mrs. M. E. Douglas, A. W. Dow,
T. F. DreJ, Miss M. banan. H. O. El
k'nston, V. J. Enf-land, .Mrs. J. W.
Evans, A. J. Faverutather, R. Fayer
weather, Mrs A.M. Fine, J. S. Greene,
H. b. (irelms, Frederick Havlland, Mls
A. Havlland, H. W. Hlne, Miss M. Hod
nett, Dr. W. Hoftman, E. H. Houcti and
wife. L. E. Hunt. H. P Judd. J. P. Kent
and wife, Miss Daly Kerr, Miss Axalea
C. Keyes, W. A. Ko'mar, Jno. Latham,
Kev. ntmllton Lee, W. M. Levensaler, A.
Lewis, Airs. J. R. Mackenzie, Dr. Sam'l
McCurdv. Dr. J. McDonald. S. W.
Nichols, A. Haas, u If and two children,
W. T. Rawlins, Jas. Rolph, Jr. and wife,
R. Ros, Mm. L. Savldce, L. Schweitzer,
W. A. Setchell.G. W. Stadler L. A.
Thurston, L. P. Tobrlner, Mrs. Geo. Ce la
Vergne, H. C. Wllr, A. G. Walsh. F.
Wheyman, H. J White, J. J. Williams
and wlte, U. U. Aelgentuss.
R. M. 8. Mlowera.
The R. M. S. Mlowera, Hemming com'
minder, arrive In port and hauled alone.'
IJe the Pacific Mall wharf at about 6
o'clock: this morning. Following Is her
report: Cleared Sydney heads at 2:10
p. m, on June 18, experienced fine weather
to Morton heads and anchored In Brisbane
Poids at 5:5 a. m. on June 20. Left again
at 4:28a. m. on the 22nd. Sighted Marula
I land, (New Helrldes griup) on the 25th
wid also Log Island (Tones group) same
day. Crossed the equator at 10:20 a. m
on the 29th. From Brisbane to Honolulu
'experienced moderate to freh trades and
1 moderate seas. On the 29th at 3 p. m
I the Mlowera passed a four masted bark
standing to N. N. W.
Harry llellmarne, brother of the purser
of the Warrlmoo and head steward of the
Mlowera Is acting as purser, Mr. Bell
malne has established a reputation for his
courteous treatment of every one who has
business with him and passengers are glad
to travel on the Mlowera because of this
and the other ex.ellent officers.
Lute 8u"r Market.
New York, Juno 27. Sugar Ruw,
strong; fair refining, 4 3-lCc; centrifu
gal 90 test, 4 11-lCc. Refined, strong;
crushed, G.20; powdered, 5.90; granu
lated, 5,80.
Nothing equal to It. Equal to what?
A hluo Trluuno wheel.
(iViVi'miiViiVifVi,''. Cure
irGESSLERSfj morning
; MAGIC : headaches
HHEADACHEi: before
I WAFERS . breakfast.
i.ii.iiiiiiiiiii;; ,0 llr,1(rxl.
ARE YOU DEAF??,
Krery kind ut Ie.fn and dlfrlruli Itenr I
I liar r Hit hr rurrd tyuur new InTenttit "nly
those liHTlnu been born dual are Incurable. Tsolurt
In Iheirnrreavea.! uurr. Hend particulars about
your case. Consultation and ad flee Trt Kvery
one rau cure himself at bis own boue at very
liuleespeose. j
DIR. DALTON'S AURAL CLINIC, I
M Laiallo Avenue, CIIICAOO, ILL., U. 8.
OF
PROPS.
W. S. WITHERS, Mfir.
WANTS.
Ik. im Ikn ealumn ttttl hi imtttUi tt
it Mill 4 tint out iaurtiom it ttnlt two
Hiftftotj,' 10 ttnu tni wit, 411 mm two ,
J fo emit tm montt, 7ii u tbt ttttat 4tf
Hung txtf otftrtJ tbt Ptopti Htnetutm.
WANTED.
UMNTED-A POSITION atcltrk or Mlnman. 9
cari tir'fnc in tnc rroctry cusmfss, omce
ttrnwte in.1 Mrlnrlnw Hrlnv. Sralt And writ t Ian
tuiert. Iir(classtctcrencea. Matrlciman. AiJrcst
j if. M. inti omce jjtwi
iANTH)-WATCIIES!o repair by ietr of
' ytari exrerif nee. u. uicit, n nuumu 31
W
ANTFn-YnilNr. MAN for filler' dfiV,
mutt nav knottdc nf tVDerltfntf. Come well
recotnmenJfJ.anJIItt at htme; also a young man
for for aitlttant In offiie, cnllrctlrjt and make him
kf It Rtneratly useful. Afpy at offict of wall Nkho 1
Company, LU ST-tf
OLD PAPERS TO EXCIUNGE for clean Cot
lon Ran.Aprplyt Bulletin Office. uN-if
WANTED-To r1t a- Manila Clean at 5C.
each Mjrtlt Clear Store, ntxt to Orpheum,
tjMim
EXPCUILNCEDEWINfi GIRLS In dressmaklne
dpirirmnt Whitney & Marsh t(&
UANTED-riVE MESSENGER HOYS at the
W American Memenger Service.
WANTED A YounK Man about to )caroU,tv
Inft wlih prent. for posltltn a clerk Mint
have fair know leJt;e of bookkeeping State salary,
anJ aiJresi P O lint n ij4''m
ANTLD-7HE CLUH
rjARDER SHOP the
plice hfreou i
lice whfrejou can pet a FINE SHAVE for
Vhite barbers, iui Klne street, opdo te
t$c White barbers.
MelrjpolltanMeat Co. ijl'ti
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -I
Oysters serel In the shtll only Try his
famojs Ham ani rpe Sandwiches and Coffee Cor
Nuuanu and Hitel streets. DICK DALY Proprlttor.
UWf
WA
ANTED Men to know that they can ctt shaved
hw whit fearher for tt cents at II. JEFFS.
6ioU Fort strett. orp Club Stables iioq-tr
TO LET.
PR RENT AcomftrtaHe moJernCot'aeecentral
ly located. J. H. Schnack, ttj Merchant street
i iii-Ji
COR RENT THE COTTAGE on the Hawaiian
I Hoi'l trfoLnd known as the GeJre cmtaee Is
offered for rent. Arply at Ctub Stabfes tj7jwi
OR RENTSlx Nicety FURNISHED ROOMS"
rooms suitable for lleht housikeerlni?. Injulrv
46 punchbowl street. I ji
;OR RENT 8 -room cottage, pjnehbow) street, at
moderate rental. Address J. E. U., this office.
FOR RENTFurnished house, T rooms, Younj ib-twe-n
Keeaumok'j ai Pllkol strests. Aretv to
this offwe. ijti-iw
FOR RENTA (area furnished house on Here
tanta avenue between Karlolanl and Alapal Sis..
Is for rait (jr a term of two or three months. For
particular! apply at No. )4S Beretanla avenue.
151! .
TO LET-A NICELY FURNISHED TRONT
ROOM at 6$t Ilerttanla street, two doors town
sua oi i nomas square. t$&qwi
TO LET-FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET. suitable
s (or light housekeeping, also i room f r Jtntlt
man Good and conveuent location. Apply Gun
salves PhotograpS Gallery. Beretanla St ij&9t6
rO LET The oroomJttodtrn House occupied by
Joseph (i Pratt on Lunallto street, between Ala-
I at and Kiplolanl will be for rent after July io. A
consueracit amount oi nous rurnisnings can re naa
with the premises. For particulars apply at the resi
dence between io a m and t p. m., or at the office of
liruce wannr ot o. uwwi
FOR RENT Nicely Furnished Rooms centrally lo
cated. Apply at j Beretanla St. near Punchbowl
m i m ij6T-im m
PR RENT-OFFfce. Apply to J. M. Monsatrat.
No. 19 Merchant street. ijntf
TO LET-COTTAGE on Pauoa Road at present
occupied by Mr. T. H. Gibson Apply to
1341 M. S.GRINHAUM&CO.
-ii
TO LET The residence of John Ena at Walklkl,
furnished or unfurnished. Larea vard and
house, barn and stables. To let as a whole or In
part For further particulars, apply to JOHN ENA
m i. i. a. n. uo.i omce. yueen street. 1404-"
LOST.
I OST-SALARY WARRANT NO. voSa. drawn by
L- the Auditor General In favor of Mrs. S. D
Heapy, for $6000 under date of August jt, i8jo,
"Support of Public Schools Pay Roll ' Lndorsid
to Jonathan Shaw. Payment has been storoed at
the Treasury Department, and al persons are warned
arainst accepting same. a. v. ntAf 1. ijttwt
LOST WATCH on Tort near Queen St . case num
ber itjouti Return to this office. Reward.
1370-iw
OST-TRIBUNE BICYCLE NO. 48.404. Finder
- please return to this office and receive reward
1 now 1
I OST-An enameled Knight of Pythias BADGE,
L- F, C, U. In blaik letters Finder please return
lame Blart, the Jeweler, on Fort strict, and receive
reward. i$6qwi
FOR SALE
COR SALE-SCENIC RESIDLNCE SITE-Most
T Choke locatlot a J jo mine the Maklkl villa of
Hon. H P. Baldwin. Apply Mrs. K. Vlda.
ITI'W1
PR SALE ONE II&M spring dray, mule and. har
ness, one heavy dray, mule and harness; will be
told cheap. Apply to E. B, Thomas, cor. King and
Smith Sts. Kdimi
COR SALE A JERSEY BULL m months old from
best strain of W. G. Irwin 1 Imported Jers)s
also one young grade Hotsteln Jersey cow In calf
ry Lean 1 uairy aiocK. inquire 01 ,J, cn.MtLU 1 n,
ti King street. iJS'itt
I OTS OF LOTS-Also HOUSES AND LOTS
- for salt, ror Kent, i-or Lease,
WILLIAM SAVIDGE.
too Merchant SL Honolulu. 11. 1
?OR SALE OR EXCHANGE-CLUB BARBER
SHOP, King St. easy terms. H.JEFFS
1546ml
COR SALE..ONE GOOD rARRIAGE HORSE
Rubber Tlrt Phaeton, single 'harness. All first
ciass. lanoraaarcssJ. w. uub btables ii-lf
RR SALE $4300. Leas of t-story business
trorertv on Fort street ai vears to run. Ground
Bargain. Apply to
WILLIAM SAVIDGE,
too Merchant street.
PR SALE-TWO COTTAGES on Young St.,
uvnnurnnr 1404-tr
FOR SALE-J1000. LOT In best portion ot Kallhl
sis 80x130. Apply to
WILLIAM SAVIDGE.
no. )io ron street.
F2,
,Tv'p.-T"V',.1', rnn Mr..fnB
CitBliun" iu 111 n. . j-kv n-im
"'- '- '" I,..
BOARD AND ROOMS.
I THE BALMORAL. Youn Urett. limn Ue; lupcrlor
1 NurJ .n4 rooms; newly futnl.heJ terms inoj.r-
' leirroooggQT, lsMim
fO LET-Flru-cltii Boird nj Room, u tn.
wion. noun on fori tirtel. 190, .m,
rKUNCII AND UtKMAN.
AN EDUCATED Ruttlin gent enun, rKtntly a,
i He4ntr, who rial been lone In litre, anl
Germany an4 knuw, their languas.s thoroughly,
lih,i 1 1 the private letiom leim,. tnre. letsoni
fer week. i. a month AJJreti, A. O V. Laklmela
Villa fciq Hotel ttr,et. near Punchbowl. n66m,
M'IK'IAL. MtTII'I'.S.
NOTICE TO BulLDERS-Tlie Union Eapress Co
haa WHITh SANK IQR SALE. ,")
RUDOLPH DUNCAN ttalei that he li Hill In th.
rock anil earth cuilntu although li. hai toll hit
tnterett In the ballatt butlnttt.
Omc llethel ttreet In II. R Hltchcock'i law
office.
rR. HUDDYS Dental Parlort an noVepin.
No more becoming color could lmvo
been selected to adorn the Tribune
than robin's egg blue.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin
Office.
American Blood Shed
On China Battle Field
Washington, June 23. The Navy De
partment today gles out this bulletin:
"This telegram from Admiral Kempff,
ilnled Cliefim, June 24th, says' 'In am
buscade, near Tien Tslii, on the llrst,
four of Wnllcr's command killed and
seven wounded. Nnms will be fur
nished ns soon ns received. Force of
2000 going to lcllcve Tien Tsln today.'
"KEMPFF."'
Admiral Kcmpff's report that four
Americans erc killed iinil sclcn
wounded In the nmuuscmlo of Waller's
force causes the gravest toncern among
olIlelnlB, but the chief fear was as to
the outcome of the second attack, as
the Admiral reported, would be finish
ed today. Its results may be declslvo
not only to the Immediate force em
ployed but In determining the fate of
legations and foreign settlements ,1(
Tien Tsln and also whether the Issue is,
or Is not, to be war with China.
Word reached the Navy Department
today that the battleship Oregon got
away from Hongkong liut night, bound
for Tnku. This Is two days ahead of
her expected start. She took on 1C4
sailors and marines brought to Hong
kong by the I-aflro.
The big ship may now have n chance
f-
IT COSTS $10.00
per month to rent a wheel and for the sum of
$1 ?.00 you can buy from us a second-hand bicycle,
guaranteed to be in first-class running order. We
have them for this figure and upward and in the lot
there are a few of the well known Columbia Chain
less which gives you a chance to get one of these
splendid wheels for a very small amount.
:: Call and get your pick before they are
all gone.
E. 0. HALL
'Wabtly - On - Hand
POULTRY
FRESH SALMON
FROZEN OYSTERS
HALIBUT
New Shipments Every Month.
METBOPOLlTinTGO,
Butchers
AND
Navy pontractors.
Special
Over 5000 yards of White
Goods of every description have
been placed on sale at a Great
Reduction in Price.
Our stock is the largest that can be found in
town, easy to make selections, DO NOT MISS
THIS SALE
a.
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II.
500 pieces of White Linen
Lawn in 4 grades, 40 inches
wide will also be placed on sale
at Special Low Prices, Just the
thing for this hot spell.
III.
Ex-Australia we receive a
large shipment of Table Linens
and Napkins direct from the
mills of Ireland and England.
Pacific Import Co
to repeat her celebrated performance
"around the llorn"vi.ehe Is being
crowded for n fast run to the scene of
nctlon. The distance Is dflovll-1500
miles, and If sho makes hci record time
she will be nt Taku In six days, about i ,
the same time that the Brooklyn nr- " t
rives nt Manila.
"Oh, mum." said n London cook to
her mistress, "I've been out nml lioiulil
such a lovely milk siutepan, nnd It's
all lined with Emanuel."
NEW TO-DAY
0 3XT ICE
EX "AUSTRALIA."
FROZEN
Eastern Oysters
IN CANS, AT THE
BEAVER LUlldH r001$.
H.J. NOITE, Proprietor
ijntj
& SON, Ltd,
BURNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
In All Paris ol the City
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-:s
lfryear lease, King St., central.
2o-year lease cheip. 125x200, Kewnlo.
Ueautlful Home, Punahou, on car line
fjcoo.
4 lots, Kapahulu RoaJ, fenced, a bar
gain. Lot 60x120, Wilcox tract, King St.
House and Lot, King St., near town,
I5000.
Comer'KIng and Bethel streets.
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Sale
(INCORPORATED),
Fort St. Progress Block
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