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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY. JAN. 4. VMX
I J -5?
City Transfer Co. (.J.is. H Ixvc). Hag-1
gage, furniture and piano movers j
The Pioneer, Ben-rania and Emma
Sts.; Phone 2125. Clothes cleaned,
pressed and dyed. Work called for
and delivered. &277
Sang Cbong, 25 S. King. cor. Bethel.
Best quality material and workman-1
-ahip. Fit guaranteed. !
Kang Chan. McCandlens Bldg. High"-;
class work. White duck and flan-
nels a specialty. k-5337-6m j
Tung Sang, 22 S. Hotel; "Lto-date j
Tailor. Imported woolen suitings, j
11 1 guaranteed. ka301-6m. :
Tui Chong, 1126 Nuuanu. Merchant
Tailor. Satisfaction guaranteed.
F. Mutaulshi. 1178 Nuuanu. Tinsmith
. end eheet iron, worker. Water pipe
and gutter work in all its branches.
Estimates furnished. TeL 3858.
Lin Sing Kee, 1044 Nuuanu; Tel 2990,
Tinsmith, plumber, hardware, etc.
U. Tamamoto, 682 8. King; Phone
- Z308. Can furnish best references.
Won Lul So. .75 N. Hotel SL Tel
1033. Estimates submitted.
Rebuilt Underwoods, Visible Reming
tons, L. C. Smiths, Olivers, Yosts,
Monarchs, Smith Premiers, Fox,
etc Every machine guaranteed.
120 B. King St; Tel. 3308.
Sealed tenders will be received by ,
the 3uierintendent of Public Works',
up until 12 npon of Monday. January
13, 1913, for furnishing cast iron man
bote . and inlet tops, for the Depart
ment of Public Works, Honolulu.
Plans, specifi cations and blank
fonns" for proposal are on file in the
office of the Superintendent of Public
Works, Capitol Building.
The Superintendent of Public
Works reserves the right to reject
apy or all tenders.
H. K. BISHOP.
Suierintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, January 3, 1913.
: , . 5134-10L ' . .
Notice is hereby given that on this
date, John G. Correa disposed of all
of his interest in the co-partnership
of Ilosa & Co. to Manuel Medeiros
December 7. 1912. 5434-2t.
You Can Find The
845 Beretania nr. Alapai
P. O. Box 35
Cable and Wireless "KEOKI"
Or riding an "Indian"
GEO. H. PARIS
Your Credit Is Good
Kartojy. 1 7 1 LiU.ia. above School; Tel.
23S4. In etock 'or made to order.
.N"cs I'alania ('arriate Works. 7'i N.
KitiR, Tel. :r.,2". Hacks, biiKRies.
brakes made to orJ.-r. Repairing.
Lee Kau Co., 306 N. Beretania, Ex
pert repairers. Bring your old
wagons to us and we will make as
good as new for very little cost
Castle & Cooke
HONOLULU, T. H.
8UGAR FACTORS, SHIPPING
FIRE, LIFE, MARINE, TOUR
ISTS' BAGGAGE AND
Ewa Plantation Company
Waialua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Kohala Sugar Co.
Apokaa Sugar Co., Ltd.
Matson Navigation Co. t
Toyo Kisen Kaisha
120 LOTS 40 by B0 feet for
sale at Kalihl, right on King
Street, near the Kalihl bridge.
Prices range from $350 ttf $500
Liberal discounts will be al
lowed for cash.
Terms are vary easy.
Land Co., Ltd.
W. C. Achi
CHEMICAL ENGINES AND
For Sale by
J. A. GiLMAN
of All Kinds
ii:alki:s in uihi;r
A KoiMNsnv j
(Jimtii Mncl - . Honolulu
; PACIFIC ENGINEERING
' Consulting. Designing and Con
I . P.ijii.iinss. ':. ; u
' !!::-. Stt't'l SirticJinvv. Sa:, itary Sy
!-n;.-. K.imn s ami inuiu-s iu I'm
j'-ci.-.. i " i i : ; t 1"4".
Photo-Enarrarlng of highest grade1
can be secured from the Star-Bulletln
Ktninlcil Not. !. r.M-J.
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1' ' M ! . I i' ,m,i i!,K:-
i ''.!. Kooi.i .1 , " k' i. In ;, ;ir
"!' at. 1! ::7.:. 2'" Nov !v ;:):
xii In. ;m Aft Ti,:, I.; I: !' s
i a:.-! ! .u;d ilms.
f ! .i k . : t .i . Koui..';, iKo. (;:. 'i, ! .
' il ai: 11 :;7.i ' Nov 1 4.
ill Vll!.r.;:ii !m S'.-pii.-n .in,,. i!-
!:!: t.i K f . ; . ::. i.!. .
K;n S'. Iltjhui.ilii, l ,
H'!ii (' Siiiidrrlaiul tn M.iry Cu
iiil.;i. !: por A 1 1 1 of Kill :tfn!
R W. Kiilihi. Honolulu; $"". 1". :;T".
i p Nov lfMJ
liuu W.in Hoy and vf to Maisura
.'.ikiihiiiia. I; lots ;! and 4 :ind ;?T"
;mi ;t o: Ft p i::;i. Kill 7 1 7 1 . blds. -tc.
; Kiiluinkai larif. Honolulu; $Ki.mi. H
:::. p Oc t 22. iii'.
! lioo Wan Hov and wf to Matsuta
N;ikal::nia. I , Ap 7, of K P Kill
Kah'hi. Honolulu; $ltu. U ;;7u.
p :'.:. Oct -'i. r'.nj.
.John F Colljurn Tr to Kailieha F'u
op ct ;il. I); int in flTlo sq ft land, llo
nouiiiili. K;i. Oalni; $6."u. B 3Ti, p
:;;! Nov L'it,
William A CottreH to A P Iderer.
O; lot i' of Or 4927. Hauula. Koolau
loa. Oahu; $200. U 370, p 32. Oct
T Ah Kong and wf to Tokunosuke
Kainikawa. D; lots 9 and 11. Holelua
tract. Honolulu; $4."0. ii 370, p 3fKl.
Oct 30, 1912.
Kailieha I'uou and hsb (Hi to Wfi
liain W Goodale, D; int in 10 3-8 acres
land. Kamananui. Waialua, Oahu;
$6.".0. B 370, p 34. Nov 29, 1912.
Western & Hawn lnvstmt Co Ltd
to Jay Chee, Rel; 2600 sq ft land, rents
etc, River and Beretania Sts, Honolu
lu; $4000. B 377, p 338. Nov 27.
L B Nainoa and wf to Tr of Church
of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints,
I); Kul 3873. Ap 2, Laie, Koolauloa.
Oahu; $50. B 370, p 396. Sept 18,
1 902 .
Kamakea Kaleohano and hsb (G) to
Trs of Church of Jesus Christ of Lat
ter Day Saints, D; int in R P's 6543,
1304, 1444 and pes land, Laiewai, Koo
lauloa, Oahu; $200. B 370, u 397. Nov
Mutual Bldg & Loan Socy of Hawaii
Ltd to Eliza E Cassidy, Rel; mtg and
addl chges on 1 40-100 acres land,
Waikiki-kai, Honolulu; $4000. B 377,
p 339. Nov 29. 1912.
Wm R Castle by Atty to Koichi Se
ga wa, Rel; 4360 sq ft of R P 1759, Kul
939, etc, near Vineyard St, Honolulu;
$1500. B 377. p 343. Nov 29, 1912.
Kawai Mahalo (k) to Mrs Meliaka
Kahalawilua, L; Grs 1382, .2868. 2844,
and 1380, Kalihi, etc, Honuaula, Maui;
10 vr8 at $5 per an. B 383, p 155.
June 27, 1912.
John Nua and wf by Atty to Jos F
Welch, L; R P 4100, Kul 3525, Wai
ehu. Wailuku, Maui; 10 yrs: 5 yrs at
$125 per an. remainder at $150 per
annum. B 383, p 157. Feb 7, 1912.
Joseph F Welch to Antone Garcia,
A L; R P 4100. Kul 3525, Waiehu,
Wailuku, Maui; $300. B 383, p 158.
Nov 27, 1912.
Court of Laud Itecfstrution.
Woodlawn Dairy & Stock Co Ltd to
A W Van Valkenberg, D; lot 6-A,
Woodlawn tract, Honolulu; $1300. C
L R Doc No 489. Nov 27. 1912.
William R Castle by Atty to Koichi
Segawa, Rel; lots 14 and 15. etc, Ho
nolulu; $1700. C L R Doc No 490.
Nov 29. 1912.
Recorded Sot. 30, 1912.
Koichi Segawa and wf to Kenichi
Nagao; D; 4360 sq ft of. R P 1759. Kul
39, bldgs, etc, Kamakela', Honolulu;
$2300. B378, p 22. Nov 29. 1912.
Frank E Thompson and wf to Rob
bins B Anderson. D; lots 2 and 3 of
Gr 72, R W, rents, etc, Nuuanu val
ley. Honolulu; $3000 and Mtg note
$5000. B 378. p 24. Noy 30, 1912.
Ella L Austin to W A McKay. D;
int in lots 13. 14, 15 and 16. blk 99,
Ocean View tract. Honolulu; $550. B
378, p 28. Nov 2 1912.
W A McKay and to C D Luikin
Tr, M; lots 5, 6. 7. 8, 13. 14. 15 and
16. blk 99. and lot 7. blk 106. cean
View, Honolulu; int in Kul 3399. Wai
luku, Maui; 1 pkg assorted postage
stamps; $20po. B 377, p 347? Nev 22,
Allen & Robinson Ltd to Louisa K
Harbottle. Rel; lot 1. blk B, bldgs. etc.
Kapiolani ttact. Honolulu; $400. B
377. ii 351. Nov 27. 1912.
Louisa K Harbottle and hsb (OK)
to Pioneer Bldg &. Ix)an Assn of Ha
waii, M: lot 1. blk B. Kapiolani street.
Honolulu; $40i. B 377, p 351. Nov
Iavid M Lonoliiwa and wf to Pio-,
ner Bldg fc Loan Asn of Hawaii; M;
lot 4 6, blk ". Kapiolani tract, Honolu
lu; $Con. B 377. p 351. Nov 23. 1912.
Senjiro Odo by afft of mtgee to T
Suniida. Fore Affdt; 6554 sq ft of Or
257 and R P 7185, King St, Honolu
lu. B ::77. p 356. Nov 3. 1912.
Grac Katioalii to Edith P. Williams.
I; II P's 136.x and 3623. Kul 61ih. p,
1. Kiiihui. Koolaupoko. Oahu; $5ni. Bj
:;T p 31. Nov 3m. in 12. '
() P Soares Tr to Lizzie Amlrade and
hsl., 1!1: int in lot 11. blk 1. Amvai-'j
oflniu lots Honolulu: $3ii. B 377. n
Nov 1 ; 1 2 .
U.H' Am!rad- and h-l (At to .loan
Moniz. M; lot 11. blk 1". uwaiolimu
lot- Honolulu: ;"". P. 377. p 3''.
No 27. PH2.
Napolion K Pukui 'o M;u ". Fos
ter. 1: Int in l.ui hind. Kalians. Koo
liiuioa. Oahu: 11. ! in land. Kiil'aiui.
Koolauloa. Oiiliu; $!"."'' B 37. p
Klisc Kaisff and hsb itJi to A P
Lindsay. I: ! acre 01 K P iGri 1 7 :! .
rents. "'( . Honokiia. I li.n;.;ku.i. Ha-
wan: :;6mi I! 37. ' 21. Nov I. 1 : ! "2. i
O Aiken and wt to -John Morre;- j
:a I; lots 2n ami 27. Kannou'u lot.-.!
Kula. Maui: 7:
H'vekiah Manase by C,d;i to W
McKay. I: po K P 7 4::::. im in R P,
'2: pt hind. wa,,i" ris:lits. " K;i-'
piialoa. ere. Wailuku. Maui: P.
::. v 2'' Nov 22. I'M 2.
f M . , I. -.,! t f. (Mn ' 1
M . .U t I ft 1 t I ' I '1 U' - 1 ' ' ' ' 1
k;;th Miinase. M : pors R P 74::::. ir t in
P P t'26". j,( '.and. bidt;s. watfr riuht.-.
etc. Kapaaloa. i-tc Wailuku. Maui;
$2"''ii. 77, i 314. No 23, I'M 2.
B MARY Q COLBY
My father died tx-fore my mother.
:tud at her death a "eu .iii u !),.
; l-een in the f.itiii y kept i;j. the h.i;e
, ;i 1 1 ! toeK c:i,-e of mo I wri t -,eu a
uirl of ten. not old enough to ktunv
( :inthiii' a I out in affjirs or uhy Miss
i Meade ;tumed the positioi: vhf c '.'!;
I pied. She was not an aveenh e t
i nun. a I remeinU'r her in t hoe d 1 s
j nut she was nil 1 had in the world to
tove. and I tried to love her
She i:ave rue to undersea ml that she
' find promised my mother at her death
fhe would take care of aie aud bruz
Tbe only person who ever to nn
knowledge rame to see her was a
smooth faced professional looking
man. who used to have Ions eon versa
tiona with her. After awhile I learn
ed that his name was Cheatham and
that he was an attorney. There was
something repellent about him. and
whenever he came to the house I took
pains to keep out of his vay
One thinn did not coincide with Miss
Meade's statement that she was suy
porting me This was that while she
was miserly with regard to herself she
was liberal with regard to me I had
all the expensive clothing I wished
and was never denied anything needed
or coveted, i was educated at the best
schools and at sixteen was sent to a
finishing school. One thing- Mhss
Meade positively forbade I was not
allowed to visit any of my schoolmates
Tbe day lefore 1 was eighteen years
old Mr. Cheatham, called to see Miss
Meade, and they had a discussion,
which. Judging from their earnestness,
must have been a. very important one
I heard Mr. Cheatham say. "If you'll
leave it to me 1 can bring it out all
right without any great risk; if you
manage it as you propose you'll wreck
yourself and me too."
The words made no impression on
me at the time, for I supposed they re
ferred to some private matter between
the lawyer and Miss Meade that did
not concern me. Afterward 1 thought
a great deal about them. When I came
of age. and especially after this inter
view. I noticed that Miss Meade was
very mncb' absorbed about something
and appeared worried. To be worried
was unusual with her, she being one
of tbe rdost composed persons 1 ever
I was now old enough to wonder
where the money that was spent on
me and I was spending came from. I
put a few leading questions to Miss
Meade, which she parried. I began to
think there was some mystery tn our
relations, but was not prepared to in
sist on knowing nnythlrig she did not
tell me of ber own free; will. Having
been brought up with the idea that 1
owed everything to her, I did not care
to risk "killing the goose that laid the
One day when she was not at home
I wished for something from the store
room. She always kept the room lock
ed. and no one knew where the key
was except herself. In a box contain
ing metal odds and ends was a bunch
of keys. 1 tried them one by one till
I found one that would unlock the
door 1 wished to pass. Protruding
from a desk was a paper, which 1 pos
sessed myself of. and found It to be a
letter written by my. father to my
mother before they were married de
claring that he had given ber up. since
he was poor and she possessed a
This was astonishing news to tne.
How could it be that 1 was dependent
upon one who had been my mother's
household manager and must have aft
er hit father's death taken a part in
the management of his affairs. 1 be
gan to surmise an explanation. 1 had
not heard either that my mother had
been rich or had lost her property. It
looked to me that the money 1 was
spending must be derived from that
fortune my father referred to. The
mare I thought about the matter tbe
further 1 went in my inferences till I
began to suspect that Miss Meade had
taken advantage of my having fallen
into her hands when a child to get her
clutches on my mother's fortune.
I confess I did not know how to j
move in the matter. Had I been a
man it would have been easier, but j
for a girl not far past eighteen I could (
see no way of uncovering the inys- !
Keeping my suspicions from Miss
Meade. I resolved to secure advice. :
The father of one of my schoolmates
was a lawyer, and through her 1 se- j
cured nn Interview with him. He got .
all the information 1 could give him '
about my father and mother and prom
ised to look the matter up. It was not
long before through his daughter he '
asked me to call upon him. and when
I did so he tr!d me that my mother
had died leaving a great deal of uri- ;
productive property, which was now .
yielding a fine income.
Aud thi was the money on which 1 '
was living and procuring all I wished :
for. But what h;h Miss Meade' ob
ject in telling me that 1 was depend
ent upon her?
My lawyer cautioned me to eon real
the fact that I hid thi knowledge ami
went to work to investigate my prop
erty. He found that for years Miss
Meade, whom my mother had left my
guardian. r led hr Cheatham, had
been endeavoring to involve the estate ;
In debt to tier. In time they ".Tould ab
sorb the wh"V property
My law ver put a stop to this and bv 1
threatening criminal proceedings sue- j
reeded m reco vermg the whole of rr.y
U WI.-s IO KRIYK
Sunday. January 5.
Ma ii. Mo'ov.a an i l-i:i.i. po.
j L: " 'ike. - -1)1
i Ka.'i.iiui --Houoi ii.Mi, M N S S
' Kauai ports - Km"!'., stir.
.M.ui: ports 'hi'ii'::ie. r.
Monday. January 6
Hoi.i'koirg ia Japan pons Mas
; Jl.uria. P M S. S
i San F:an is(o via So .rid po;!
1 . i Ion i .11. M . N. S. S.
San r't tncis-co S,-r r.i. (). S S.
Tuesday. Jaruary 7.
Hiio v:a Lahauia Manna Keu. ttu:
I Wednesday. January 8.
Kauai ports . G Hall. stmr.
Thursday. January 9.
i Maui port: C!a.:dine. stmf.
j Friday. Jaunary 10
' Hongkong ia Japan ports Chiyo
jMaru. Jap. stmr. .
j San Francisco Shinyo Maru. Jap.
Kona and Kau ports --Ki'.auea. stmr.
Saturday, January 11
Hilo, via way ports Mauua Kea.
Sunday, January 12
San Francisco Transport, L". S. A.
Maui, Malokai and Lauai ports
Kauai ports Kinau. stmr.
Tuesday, January 14
Hilo, via Lahaina Mauna Kea,
San Francisco Mexican, A. H. S. S.
Wednesday, January 15
Kauai ports W. G. Hall. stmr.
Thursday, January 16
San Francisco Siberia, S. M. S. S.
Maui ports Claudine, stmr.
Saturday, January 18
Hilo, via way ports Mauna Kea,
Monday, January 20
San Francisco Ventura, O. S. S.
, Tuesday, January 21
Hongkong via Japan ports Nine, P.
M. S. S. "
Thursday, January 23
San Francisco China, P. M. S. S.
Friday, January 24
Sydney via Pago Pago Sonoma, O.
Salina Cruz via San Francisco and
Sound ports Arizonan, A. H. S. S.
Tuesday, January' 28
Sydney via Auckland and Suva
Makura, C. A. S. S.
Hongkong via Japan ports Mon
golia, P. M. S. S.
Wednesday, January 29
San Francisco Manchuria, P. M.
Vancouver and Victoria Makura,
C. A. S. S.
YESSELS TO DEPART
Saturday, January 4.
Hilo via ahania Mauna Kea,
stmr., '4 p. m.
Sunday, January 5.
Sydney via Suva and Auckland
Zealandia, C. A. S. S.. p. nv
Mondy, January 6.
Kauai ports Noeau stmr., 5 p.
Maui ports Claudine, stmr., 5 p,
' Tusdayv January 7. ?'? u-:
Pan Francisco Manchuria, P. M.
S. S. 10 a. m. ' ; "
San Francisco Honolulan, M. N. S.
S., 6 p. m.
Maui, Molokai and Lanai ports
Mikahala, stmr., 5 p. m.
Kauai ports Kinau stmr., 5 p. m.
Wednesday, January 8.
Hilo via way ports Mauna Kea,
Thursday. January 9.
Kauai ports W. G. Hall, stmr, 5
Friday, Jan. 10.
Japan ports and Hongkong Shinyo
Maru, Jap. stmr.
San Francisco Chiyo Maru, Jap.
Maui ports Claudine, stmr., 5 p. in.
Saturday, Jan. 11.
San Francisco Sierra, . O. S. S.,
Monday. January 13.
.Manila, via Guam Transport.
Kauai ports Noeau, stmr., 5 p. ia.
Tuesday. January 14.
Kona and Kau ports Kilauea. str..
Maui, Molokai and Lanai ports Mi
kahala, stmr., a p. m.
Kauai ports Kinau, stmr., o p. m.
Wednesday, Jen. 15.
Japan ports. Manila and Hongkong
Siberia, P. M. S. S.
Hilo via way ports Mauna Kea,
Thursday. January 16.
Kauai ports W. G. Hull, stmr, :
Friday, January 17.
Maui ports Claudine. stmr., Z p. m.
Tuesday, Jan. 21.
San Francisco Nile, P. M. S. S.
Thursday. Jan. 23.
Japan ports, Manila and Hongkong
China, P. M. S. S.
Friday, Jan. 24.
San Francisco Sonoma, O. S. S.
Tuesday, Jan. 28.
San Francisco Mongolia, P. M. S.
Victoria 'itul Vancouver- Makura,
C.-A. S. S.
Wednesday, Jan. 29.
Japan ports. Manila and Hongkong
Manchuria. P. M. S. S.
Sydney via Sua and Auckland
Marauia, C.-A. S S.
- - -- '
riiMMHir Khjivn k
Logan arrived in San Francisco,
Sherman sailed from Manila, Dec. 13.
Warrenf stationed at the Philippines.
Thomas, from Honolulu for Guam and
Manila. Dec. 14.
Dix. fio:n Honolulu for Manila,
sailed Dec. R.
Sheridan, to sail from San F'r.ui' isi o
for Honolulu dan. :.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
PARIS MEDICLN5 CO St. UuA (. j 4j
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.
'SYDNEY SHORT LINE'
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
S. S. Sierra jan. t
S. S. Soncma 24
S. S. S-erra Feb. 3
TO SAN " FRANCISCO. $6S.OO; ROUND TRIP. $110.00,
TO SYDNEY. $150 00: ROUND TRIP. $225.00
Sailing Lists and Foidert on Application to C. BREWER A CO..
LTD.. General gent.
Saii.ngs from Honolulu on
FOR THE ORIENT
Siberia (via ManilaT Jan. 15
China (via Manila! .Jan. 23
Manchuria (via Manila) Jan. 23
Nile (via Manila Feb. U
Mongolia (via Manila). Feb. 21
Persia (via Manila) .... Mar. 14
Korea (v;a Manila) Mar. 21
Siberia Apr. 4
China (via Manila) Apr. 11
Manchuria (via 'Manila). Apr. 18
For general information apply to
H. Haokf eld & Co., Ltd. -
TOYO KISEN KAIS
Bteamers of the above Company
or about the datea mentioned below:
FOR THE ORIENT
S. S. Shinyo MarU Jan. 10
S. S. Chiyo Maru Feb. 7
S. S. Nippon Maru Fob. 27
S. S. Tenyo Maru Mar. 7
Calls at Manila, omitting call
CASTLE & COOKE, LIMITED, gents, Honolulu!
FROM SAN .FRANCISCO
; S. S. Lurline , Jan. 15
S. S. Wllhejmira .,. r...Jan. 21
S. S. Honolutan ...... Jan. 29
;S. S,Luriine .'.... Feb. ,12 ..
S. S. HYADES sails from Seattle
For- furthea particulars, apply
CASTLE & COOKE, LTD.,
CANADIAN - AUSTRALASIAN ROYAL MAIL LINEu
For'Suva, Auckland 1&-;Sjrtineyr
S. S. Marama Jan. 29
S.1 Makura v . . . . . . .Febi2S--
S. S. Zealandia Mar. 26
S. S. Marama .Apr. 23
THEO. R OAViES & CO..
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY., -'
FROM NEW YORK TO HONOLULU ;
Via T.huant.p.o, every sixth day. Freight Tec.ived at all tlmea at hi
Company's wharf, 41st Street, 8outh Brooklyn. .
FROM SEATTLE OR TAC0MA TO HONOLULU DIRECT
S. S. COLUMBIAN to sail about
S. S. ARIZONAN to sail about
S. S. VIRGINIAN to sail about
For further information apply
agents, Honolulu. C P.
Oahu Railway Time Table
For Walanae, Waialua. Kabuko and
Way SUtions 3:15 a. m., 3:20 p. m.
For Pearl City, Ewa Mil! and Way
Stations 17:30 a." m., 9:j5 a. m.,
11:30 a. m., 2:15 p. m., Z:20 p. m..
5:1S p. m., t9:30 p. m., tll:15 p. m
For Wahiawa and Leilehua 10:20
a. m.t 5:15 p. m., t:30 p. m., tll:16
Arrive Honolulu from Kabuku, Wai
alua and Walanae 8:3S a. m.. 5:31
Arrive Honolulu from Ewa Mill and
Pearl City 17: 45 a. m., i:Zt a. m.,
11:02 a, m., 1:40 p. m., 4:2 9. m.,
5:31 p. m., '7:30 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Wahiawa and
Leilehua 9:15 a. m., tl:40 p. m.,
5:31 p. Ed , 210: 10 p. m.
Tbe Haleiwa Lunited, a two-hour
train (oaly first class tickets hon
ored), leaves Honolulu every Sunday
at 8:36 a. m.; returning, arrives In
Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. Tbe Limited
stops only at Pearl City and Waianae
outward, and Waianae, Waipabu and
Pearl City inward.
Daily. tSunday Excepted. ;Sun
G. P. DEN I SON, F. C. SMITH.
Superintendent O. P. A.
2 bflroomrf anl compb'tHy fi;rnishoi
for lnjii.-ckM-iiiim. loso 'n cat iu
Kairnuki. I'ii ?2.""". Terms.
WALDEYER & WHITAKER
Phone 4. Hofpl & Union
IF YOU VISH TO ADVERTISE IN
Anywhere at Any Time (VI on ;
V 1 i :
E. C. DAKE'S ADVERTISING
124 Sansome Street San Francisco
FOR SYDNEY. N. S. W.
S. S. Venture Jan. 20
S. S. Sonoma Fen. 17
S. S Ventura Mar. 17
or about the following dates:
FOR SAN FR'ANCISCO.
Manchuria Jan. 7
Nile Jan. 21
Mongolia Jan. 23
Persia Feb. 13
Korea Feb. 25
Siberia Mar. 11
China Mar. 13
Mancrtuna Mar. 25
Nile Apr. 8
Mongolia .Apr. 15
Pwsia May 6
will call at and I ear HofiohrtB a
FOR SAN FRANCISCO ,t
S. S. Chiyo Maru HfU 10
S. S. Nippon Maru .....Feb. 4 : -
S. S. Tenyo Maru ...,.Ftbv1l
S. S. Shinyo; Maru . .
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
S. S., HonoJolan ....-.Jan.'. ;7--u'!
Sz SJjirllna . Ji n2t
S. S. WiiherrrUna Jan. 23
S. S. Honolulan . . . . .Fab. 5
for Honolulu on or about JANUARY
! - '., v. -; 1 v
to t x t , -
For Victoria Vancouver; B.aV;
8. S. Makura . . . , ..Jn 2S
S. 8. Zealandia A.... ..Feb. 23
S. S. Marama. a-. . . . Mar. ' 23 .
8. S. Makura :. .........A pr. 22
CrtiV GENERAL AGEMTS.
s.... Dec 25th.'
to H. HACKFELD A CO'VTDm
MORSE, General Freight Agent.
Passengers who fntend crossinjf tho
American continent, or going part
wayv will find if to their advantagt .
in every respect to book via the West,
errf Pacific Railway for tho 'allowance -of
baggage is twice what othfr Tinea
I permit without excess charges. . TO
Fn.i ll (K. k.n.fit. kAjik .11... ..AM. '
this office. ,
' f " ;
FKED. L. WALDIiO LTDv
WESTEI8X PACIFIC KAII;
WAY COMPANY V
Let This Be One
Resolve to place your freight
orders during 1913 in the hands
of the people who will give th
(8b Draying Co., Ltd.,
Robinson Bldg. Queen St.
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.
PLUMBERS and SHEET METAL
STOVES and RANGES
Corner King and Bishoo Streets
Phone No. 3067
, Vour attention is called to the fact
i that we have Just received, by last
boat from the Coast, a largo shipment
3f the best PORTO RICO HAT8. Raff
' alar price, $5; reduced to $2.50.
; THE LEADING HAT CLEANERS
No. 20 Beretania St.. nr. Nuuanu Ava.
FELJX TURRO. Boeclallat
Everything In the printing Uaa at
Siar-Bulletln, llskea street;. bnutea,