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THE MAUI NEWS, IRIDAY. OOTOHKR 18. 1018.
I 4T Tlir TIIIHTPDC I
The Story cf
"A Branded Soul"
In i ia una i ni o'il M
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St. M it. i'.' I;. n. ('.en hi: a t
tiealli 1 1 ll! Si's i ; i s 1 1 ..sil. is
11 e , heir el' l; e ot Mi
.li 'h n IJiiiue. . a v, : i i 1 1 ma - la. ' e
lia s aeiUireil i he . I arvh je o;' i , . a a.
nearly all Hie adjoin in a land, lor iln
purpose if (li vi l(iMii nil veils. 1 '' director.
. linn s in ilir i 1 1 i i it ii .mi Sunday morn- SvM-r was a production made which
11',.: Win 11 111.' C(UU"e:.,M.'ll I' a. Ilia'-. I ,.,,,) ,U, ,,,,, ,,:n',ls,,, "An VI suit
all.l Willi 111.- lin n :!" III : M' lai'.M j " ;;p,i,.() to (, wj,, ,,,.,, tnith.
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"' '':i:r-'i- 'I ' ' ' ' ! iains l!.im.m. ll.stii.ti. i:;iiott D. t. r.
dunlins : !!! ' f. : !!"' K,Mli.. Chapman. Kdna Ma.- Cni... :.
' i'l.iu.-tli;.:- .':'..:. :li; . r ' j . ; v ( i ,r. W . 1 1 I'.r.iu n. .1 .sines . 1 11
':' ""'- ' it'.-' ' ' '' ' jN.iaii Merry, .Mm l.tirlon. I'srKer
( 'onrhii a' - :--.'. i ; !'i ari . ,'i;.n Mfinln- .Jones. Tully Marliail, Wal'cr I.wuh.
a, lias a ; ion I"!' :;.) lilinc. anil (Juslav on Se yi I era il .
to r cell)' las lo-fi. en;; ..liis id ael :- In clioosim 1 1 i n s for "The Wilis
an .- vi iii .a- a ;. '(.'t. ! In . run ! pcritij; Chorus", tio vl use was spsr
some a'ilsl h' pa n.-r ; rmil he ;illi;y
. ma 1 1 , . 1 1 1 . i : ' a i I n lie herd' r.
A doruiia iii i ne ri'" ' i' a i i n '-: .l ual
acrid' lUalh loiin.l l.v Kani
used liy him as a
i, ,,, i (-,,;,. j
i h;m. .'I'i.-a.
( Il II a ID .1. IN e la - i'Si -ii lo
her sweeiheari's in. , siie Imaliy eon
Sl'TllS. Tile are;,!!!! s ,. h. r sa.iiiiee
and the sweet tn-.-s of her natiii. . tiua!
ly toil' h Kannie's hi an. am! we sei
Coi'eliila i ii il ii. ne'n-: tH.-; ir.an l'oi
Mealllillli', liie eople of th" illnue
I'li'iimiiu' it e nsed at ..aniii-'s ,iciioii
in iles! royi a., their 1 nnn. ;o lauld oil
wells, ,-et aiue mi all his pi op. riy.
.luan lor.ies upon )V r,. ;.;:! I.- j
1 1 . i ' s a a ; ; .e . : . i . ia 1 . i : . : 1 1 n e
Conrhiia in a com pre. a '.-; i,-: "i- i
This Ii; I'ia lie s 1 i 'il i.i a ji a !i s j
: ml he t.-ar- from Ceil' 'niia'- hr. a-' , .'
a cross and ihsnus ii iran ll ' lire. ;
'She pleads w i 1 h him. hill he I i h I In j
cross from ihe Pre with ls."e hands,
and lira nds );. y . ii h il as a mark ol !
tier shani". I
Kannie has uono to save Pis proper :S(ltil America, lie uml. raoes a !i in
ly lrom hmirn- lmrned. 'Ih. ulceus. ' ! la.m.-.iion lor a v ati'iMil native airl
villa-, is eapiiind linn, and ti- h :t;', ! ., i,;,.,ines 1m lias Inn n all
lo the seaH'oldim; of one of the hum .,),,,( ,p,
iim oil wells. Conchii.i ernes to his;' T!l(1 (;i'il. ()f hu ,ln.,;i,. !ilr
rescue, ami is denounced l,y Juan as ! ,.,.,. ,. ., s,,;m,l(,,l American
Kannie's mistress. She rid
American army . ncampmein . aad ,..., f M ilalloi . s, pt esid. tit ol
luitms lt"' .hi ' . ; t r.. '" ,),,. R, ,,,,hlic. and induces him 10 steal
rescue Kanni' . , his ,.(,;iny's entire hank roll and
"Wild Youth" elope. Co. '.lie lakes il as part of his
. . , . i'di to llpprehellll Ihe elopers all.l the
Louise Mazarine Is the mrl wife of ;,..,s)u , j,,..,,,,, ,.. ,ln,s ,,. :ii,sron
Jno Mazarine, a veritable cave man. ,, I.,.si,1,.I1( , American insiir
old enough to I..- her father, and who I .,,.,. rompanv. w ho is aceomianied hv
i i.'iiii oioie ui h jaoei in. in u iois-,i:s
hand. He is :i rancher, and I.oiuse
comes 10 nun viriuany in pa.Mue,!, .u
a lnortpaL-o and lo satisfy the bosliat
cravini-'s of a belated manhood, coarse.
in its every demand.
Orlando Cuiso, the you'll, is son of ihe natives, enraged at the ih. fl of
a noinhborins ranch-own. r. The tw o , ilrjr country's wealth, slarl out to
youtiK people meet and the result is 1 w reak vengeance on ' heiu former pres
lnevltahle. Joel is attacked and 1 1 idetit and 1 he si laiiLo wiiiiiaii w lio put
saved from a thtitr by Orlando, who'i,!,,, , ihe emiiez.l.tuent.
thus iraijts across to his home and; Ida. l;cu in no reply io lnr messaL'e
his child wife. The coarse hu.-hand's i l.;tl! s the yacht by throw ina a moiike
jealousy is awakened and lm s.ispccls wrench iii the machinery and comes
with cause the mediation of Li Choo. ( ashore alone in a lender." she arrives
his servant, whom he beats severely. i,l.-t of the mob which takes
Loiuse plans to esrape and is placed ll,er for Milallor. s' consort and is deal
b a doctor under the proteetin.- rare :illK owl siimniary justice when Ceddie
of a Mrs. Boyle, at the hitter's ranch. ls:,vos her life.
Mazarine has become a demon of M ilal lores is caught by an Anier
veniu'anoo. I!ut he is later found dead ' ica.n deteciive. .ho thinks he is ti '
i'nd susiicion .oints to Orlando. Fin- tuuilive insuran.-i man aial sum ,..'.
ally, however, Li Choo confess"-' that him oil' lo his yaclo. The r.al ahs
he is the murderer, calmly dec'arinu; .under cominii.- suicide and c.eddie
that aue cannot remain as a barrier eis ihe money and v i 'i l-I.- ! ti'rii?'
to youth and love. Thus, the two io ihe I'. S. A.
youiw people are united and love has. . :
i,s '"' Adaptable
"The Whispering Chorus" thi, ;n, .'.i, in to be used only
I'erfertion has been reached in the for local application.'"
production of "The WTiisperin-r Chur "l'.-ar ni". no; you ran use it any-
us." .'hire oii nappin in i ."- Fall illl'ii'c
The storv was written by I'.rl.y American.
Saturday, o. iober Fnh.
Stuart Blackston's Master-piece
"VILLA OF THi: MOYIKS", Cornells.
And, "Till': I U 1 1 1 I : N" II Wit"
Sunday, October ""th.
EARL WILLIAMS in
"AN AMERICAN LIVE WIRE"
Monday, October -1st.
GLADYS BROCKWELL in
"THE BRANDED SOUL"
And. "TIIK F.AC. I. K S 1 ; Y ! '."
Tiiesil.iv. October -'nd.
"THE JURY OF FATE" '
And, -nil-: si:vi:. ri:.i;i.s"
Saturday, October Fnh
EARL WILLIAMS in
"AN AMERICAN LIVE WIRL"
And. "TI IK K.V'.I.K'S KYI."
Mnndav , leiob. r I'lM.
Etu.nt Blackston's MaMtr i .i i
Tue.alav. ( i. toiier "nil.
GLADYS BROCKWELL in
"THE BRANDED SOUL"
And. "Till: WOMAN IN TIIK U FF
WJednesday, o. tol.er L'"rd.
"THE JURY OF FATE"
1 I'niii'r Shechan, an author u lin has ni
i "'" .n'l"";",i"" , '"r ,,,,nK
K .., I.,. 1 ., l .-. .i , I,.,
VN.l. 1 1 . u 1 1 M I M I l( I in srcii.i HI I
". Idaii I In' inn. Ml. I 1'e 'ii!ii;in ('.ml
Forfeit." ami "'111" Devil Ntniie," and
she lias ii l';,''iiii cnnci i inu 1 1 1 i 1 1 r t
111 Liv.ll .. l:i I'i'l 1 ill.il,',!ii' I'liHl re - j
c.'i ii i; i '.; ii:. i I'-uvany re,-. ;
iinsill il (1 1 ' i ; i r.r. ; v 1 1 , -i t l : -:- j
to "'I'll'' WIiI.'Jm ripe I'lioius" li i' I
Inches! qil.'.li Hi hN mature ari.j
Mr Has l'l'mliuei! Ill '; Wnnil'TS in
iiiKitinn nict uri s iliaii anv other livim:
rd to tiial;e them alisolm 1 - rorrert
in every detail. For insiaiire. in order
lo i'( produce a srene in an Ohio Court,
true to furl, a noted jurist of thai
stale was cnr.aaed to supervise
"malie-up." A I lonuUont; was
plelely luiilded lor one srene and hun
dreds of Chinese were cnuaaed to (:o
from San l'ran. is o to l.os Aiiir. lcs to
take pail in (lie scene. A real arlist
was employed to make a r. al portrait
of Katlilyn Williams for one of the
scenes. I lie IllSpel llll.' I lioius 1.'
lone of the nost ela.'noate productions
..An American LifoAVirc"
Adapted From -Lfti.s and the Dotllc
! Wiliiard lie.!.!',.
' of fall ih- I a;, il tori I
: i mm
love v i: Ii lea r ;. no, ;"' sh" vi ii
hi si. .in M i ' " . I'.iv:-. ! ' " 1" '.' am
hii ion.-. ! i i' 'a dan Sit.-r a"d ;eis lip.i
lo 1'iua . i all alaiu' Ida "at Ida's re
ques!." tied. lie acci'is his di;Miiissa!
uiumui iiiiy a riheal ion from the '-:iil
i.nil t:ii:is :. ioli :is consul in Coralio.
iliel'ii siie'i r iirii.i M 1 ('oi':ilio sle:ip:
Ah. mi this time, Ida pa:
. r, ,;,,. ..., ..,! ;,, .. i.,,i,
. .ntU ., ..;a"(. , Ceddie. who lo is
. . . ,., , ,,. ,.., ilu i,,,,,.,,, i.,
; refuses lo read the mile. Meantime
V dnesda v. t ictoh. r :;rd.
"THE WHISPERING CHORUS"
Also, -111F WOMAN IX I III. WKIi
And Faille News.
Thursdav , t Iclober " ti Ii.
JACK DEVEREAUX in
."THE C fl A F T E n S"
' IiKi; HONKKV I.OVK", ('.miedv.
And I'aihe News.
I'si.lav, October ""th.
, 7 SELECTED SERVICE REELS
Wailiiku Orpheum Bx Olfice Open
for Reservations Every Day Except
Sunday Between 1 to 4 P. M.
j Billy West in "His D.iy Out"
And I'aihe News.
T. :r dav. ( n mher " lib.
' i n. "Tin: sFVFN pi: s im.s"
li.l I '; he V. v ...
F' 1 ' i ml" r ':"t h.
JVCi DEVEREAUX in
" 1 1 f i ! I " ':: k i ;i i.. i i:", i ,i
KaluiU.i Theatre Bx Offce 0ien
for Reservations Daily Except Sjnday
from 2 to 4 P. M.
i' 'if if : iUKsiiirNi' ot.' 'jn i-;
I'M'I'I It STATUS OK AMKIilCA
Setting October 26, 1918 As Date Of
Rrgistrat ion In Territory Of Hawaii
Of Urn 18 to 45 Years Old Under Man
1. The I 1 esidellt i
i l i i 'da ma I ion ti "lm,'
.i-'tiai ion in Hawaii.
-"' i inns and ti ol
. V -s appr. . d May
las today issued
the tinm or lie
After r.cit ini;
the Act of Con
1S, 1M17, as
am. ndi d, th
I'lm lam, ii ion reads as
"AND whereas, on the thirly
flr.t day of Atmttst, one thousand
nine hundred and eiuhleen, the Fres
idem of the Fnited Slates did issue
a Ft oi la mai inn callim; upon all piT
o'l i subjer! n I'i'l' is i ra lion in Ihe
-.Mial siaies and in the Instrict of
I'olunibia to re.-isier as provided by
'he aforesaid Act of Cotmtess;
". And whereas, in such l'rcclama
linn il was prov'ded tittmiii; other
tbinas 'I'at "A day or days for reikis
nation in '. lie Territories of Alaska.
Hawaii, and Forlo Kieo will be. named
in a later Proclamation."
i. Now therefore, I, Woodrow Wil
son. President of the Fnited Stales,
lor the purpose of Dii. the da'e for
UekMsl rat ion in the Territory of Ha
waii, do hereby set, lix and establish
Saturday, the Twenty-sixth day of
(ciober, one thousand nine hundred
and eiuliieeii. as iln- day of registra
tion, and I do hereby direct that on
such day between the hours of seven
A. M. and Nine P. M. all male person.
herein made subject to registration
do present themselves for th" purpose
of rcmsi rat ion for military purposes
al such places and to be registered by
such persons or officials in such areas
as shall be designated or appointed
by the Coventor ol the Territory of
a. And I do call upon the Governor
of Hawaii and al: Mi'liibirs of Local
Hoards in Hawaii and Airents thereof
appointed under the 1'rovisions of
said Act of Congress approved May
ekhto. n, ninct.cn seventeen. :'nd all
olbcers nn.l aaents of the Territory
of Hawaii, and of the municipalities
therein, to perform certain duties in
llie execution of the forc"oinn law,
which duties were communicated lo
them directly in Lobulations dated
Atmust thirly-first, nineteen eighteen.
li. All male persons in Hawaii who
shall have attained their eighteenth
birthday and who shall not have at
taint d their forty sisth birthday on or
before Saturday, .he Iwenth sixth da
of October, one thousand nin hun
dred and eihteer.. the day therein
named for registration, are required
to register: Provided, however, that
the following persons are hereby ex
empted from registration, to wit:
Persons who. prior to the day herein
named for registration, have register
ed under the terms of the Act ap
proved May eighteen, nineteen svven
leen. or under the term of the Pub
lic Hcsoltition of ConKtess approved
May twenty, nineteen eighteen, wheth
er called for service or not: Olflcers
and enlisted men of the Keptilar Ar
my: Ollicers commissioned in the
Army of the Fnited States, and men
of Hie Forces drafted, under the Pro
visions of the Act. approved May
eighteen, nineteen seventeen; OTicers
and enlisted men of the National
(iuard while in the service of the Fni
ted States; Ollicers of the Reserve
Corps and enlist-d n.eu in the F.nlisi
ed Reserve Corps while in the s -rvire
of the Fnited Slates; Ollicera and en
listed men of the Navy and Marine
Corps; Ollicers and enlisted men anu
enrolled men of the Naval Reserve
Force and Marine Corps Reserve
while in the service of the Fnited
Stales; and diplomatic representa
lives, technical Attaches of Foreign
Embassies and Legations, Consuls
General, Consuls, vice Consuls, and
Consular Agents f Foreign cout.tm s,
residing in the Fnited Slates, who
are not citizens of the Fnited Slates.
7. Any persons who, on account of
sickness," ill be unable to present
himself for registration may apply on
or before the day of registration Jit
a place designated therefore by the
Governor of Hawaii for instructions
as to how In may register by agent.
S. Any person who expects to be
absent on the day herein named for
registration from Hie registration
area in which he then permanently
resides may register by mail, but his
registration card most reach the per
sons or olli. ials ..ppointed to conduct
the registration in such area on or
before the day herein named for reg
istration. Any such person should
apply as soon as practicable at a
place or of a person or an olhcial
designated or appointed by the Gov
ernor of Hawaii for instructions as
to bow he may register by mail.
it. Any person who has no perman
ent residence must register at the
place designated for the registration
I of persons residing in ihe area where-
in he may be on the day herein named
j for rcgistr.u ion.
' in. Any persons ordinarily resident
: in Hawaii, who, o:i account of absence
at sea, or on account of absence witb
; out the Territory of Hawaii, may be
;unable to comply witli ihe Regulations
p.i'laining to absentees, shall, wiihin
I the days after reaching Hawaii or
(Mher parts of the Fnited States, rcu
isler at the proper place designated
for registration, or by mail, as provid
ed for oilt.-r absentees.
1 11. In Witness whereof, I have
hi reiinto set my band and caused the
teal of ihe Fnited Slat, s to be aflixcd.
12. Hone in the Hislricl of Colum
bia this seventh day of October, in
ihe year of our Lord one thousand
nine hundred and eighteen and of the
Independence of the Fnited States of
America th. one hundred and forty
li. Si ened WOOHROW WILSON
1 1 llv Pr. si.b in
11. Sidled R( i i'KliT LANSING
Id. Secretary of State.
K. MACHIIU PrA'fi stot,c
The Best in Town
And a Fp-ToH.ite Soda Fountain
Give Us a Trial
VI A l!KKT STRUCT, : WAILFKF.
ORDINANCE NO. 45
Prohibiting the Graz ng of Livestock
Upon Certain of the Public High
ways, Roads, Alleys, Trails, Bridges,
and Public Parks, School Yards,
and Play Grounds of the County of
Maul, T. H.
SUCTION 1. II shall be unlawful
for any person, firm, or corporal ion
to permit or allow any livestock own
ed by or under his or their, care,
custody, or control, to graze, feed, or
roam at large upon any public park,
school yard, or play ground within
the said County of Maui, Territory of
Hawaii, or upon tiny public highway,
road, alley, bridue, or trail wiihin the
following boundaries in ihe respect
ive districts or the said Coui.'y of
Maui, to w It :
In the Makawao Hislricl: 11. i ween
Ilalehaktl on the east, Ihe boundary
between Flopalakua-.Kamaole on ill"
south, and the boundary line b. iw. en
Makawao and Wailuku Districts on
In the Wailuku District: ISelw.cn
(he lino dividing the Makawao and
Wailuku Districts on the cast, Kapu-na-W'aihep
on the north and Manawai
nui on the west.
In the Lahaina District: R.tween
Manawainui on the east and Mailepai
on the w est. .
In the Hana District: P.elween Ko-piliula-Nahiku
and Kukuiula Kipahu
lu. SECTION 2. Any person, firm, or
corporation who shall violate any of
the provisions of this ordinance shall
upon conviction thereof be liable to
a fine of not lo exceed $ Iimi.(M) together
with costs of court, and in ihe cvcnt
of default in the payment of such line
or costs such person shall be impris
oned until such line or costs shall
have been discharged by operation of
the general laws of the Territory of
Hawaii applicable thereto.
SECTION I!. This ordinance) shall
become effective on the 1st day of
January, 1919, and after posting a li ne
copy hereof upon a bulletin board in
front of or near the rooms occupied
by the Hoard of Supervisors of the
County of Maui, and upon the publi
cation of a true copy hereof in one
issue of the Maui News and Wai
luku Times a newspaper or general
circulation published al Wailuku, the
Count v seat of the County of Maui.
BOARD OF SFPKRVISORS FOR
THE COFNTY OF MAFI.
By (Sgd.) S. E. KALAMA.
Chairman and Executive Officer.
(Sgd.) WM. K. KAAE,
Clerk of the Hoard of Supervisors
for the County oi Maui.
I hereby certify that the foregoing
ordinance was after due consideration
had thereon, by vote of the majority
of the members of the Hoard of Su
pervisors duly passed on the 11th day
of Octoher, 1918, and a true copy of
such ordinance was immediately
thereupon posted upon a bulletin
board in front of the rooms occupied
by the Hoard of supervisors, and that
a true copy thereof was thereafter
published in one issue of the Maul
News and Wailuku Times, a news
paper of general circulation pul iished
at Wailuku, the County seat of said
(Sgd.) WM. F. KAAE,
Clerk of the Hoard of Supervisors.
IN THE CTRCFIT COFRT OF TIIK
SECOND 0IRCF1T, TERRITORY
At Chambers. In Probate.
In the matter of the estate of Archi
bald Grant MacLaren, Deceased.
Notice To Creditors
All persons having claims against
the estate of Archibald Grant Mac
Laren, deceased, are hereby notified
lo present the same duly authenticat
ed and wilh proper vouchers, if any
eiisl, even if the claim is secured by
mortgage, to the undersigned at Tain,
County of Maui, Territory of Hawaii,
wiihin six months from date of first
publication, hereof; or they will be
Date of first publication September
Administrator of the Estate of
Archibald Grant MacLaren, De
ceased. E. R. BEVINS.
Attorney for administrator.
(Sept. 27; Oct. 4, 11, IS, 23.)
IN THE CIRCFIT COFRT OF THE
SECOND CIRCFIT, TERRITORY
In the Matter of the Eslate of Mnrla
da Costa Deceased.
Notice To Creditors
All persons having claims nuainst
the above eMate are hereby noti'led to
present their claims duly authe.it icat
ed, cfen if the claim is secured by
mortKa;e, 10 the undersigned, at Wai
luku, within si months from date of
first publication hereof, or hcy v ill
be foriver barred.
JOSEPH p.. SOUZA,
Administrator, i:.slate of Maria
da Costa, Deceased.
Wailuku, Maui, October 2, ISIS.
(Oct. 4, 11, IS, I'.l)
ONLY A FEW WEEKS MORE to
fiet one of iho.-i. BEAUTIFUL
POCKET KNIVES or RAZORS with
your name, address or photo in the
The best cift for the ones "over
there" and the ones at home. Just
Wrile a postal to
GEO. W. BAILEY, WAILUKU
lm will call and take jour order.
Dist Murs. Tel. No
.1. H. Thomson -F'.M K
II. II. Penhallow 2-A
("apt. !:. II. Parkerlll A
.1. P. Foster N7-K
II. D. Sloggett no-It
David Kiakeiia llfi-A
W A. Baldwin 66-15
C. W. Weight
L. V. Jones
Lorren K. Smith
Dr. J. II. Raymond
' Lanai G. C. Muntv
! Olowalu A. Valentine
Lahaina A. W. Collins
J Honolua D. T. Fleming
Maui Co. Schools!!. M. Wells
IlEXXE'S EXCLUSIVE PUMPS FOR
THE DISCKIMIXATIXG WOMAX
ALWAYS CORRECT IX DESICX.
IX BEAUTIFUL, 1JLACK GUX METAL .
IX PATENT LEATHER
IV Ii CAN PIT
Manufacturers' Shoe Co,, Ltd.
P. O. Box 409 : : : IIOXOLULU
W e've just received a new and complete Mock of
AND A1ECI1ANICS' TOOLS .
A liili grade line recommended ly first-class mechanics
tlirouirhout the mainland.
OF CANVAS OR LEATHER
MAIL ORDERS fllJ.HD PROMPTLY
Levvers & Cooke, Ltd.
LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS
169-177 So. King Street : : IIOXOLULU
fjime fjable3(aliuuii Slailvoad Co.
Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
Th. following selie.lule irent into r.'Tect .htiia -1th, 1913-
J 53 3 3" ' 25 s A1 35
j 23 3 2u I 15 8 jo 6 is
i 1 :
J loj 17 a ay 1
5 "03 7 ,8 17! :
I 00 J 55 H os .
S 2 Si 8 03 .
5J J 47 7 57 -
4 Jl ' 4(,
4 4 5 1 4"
4 44 39
.. 7 5t
7 5" -
.. 7 49
- 7 45
' 4 40 1 35.
' ' ! t "
P.ssi.ir Pmiiiif liititci
P M M Mllll
2 .r0 I 6 00 j . 0
3 00 I C10 2.r
1. All trulna dally except Sundays.
! 2. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leare Wailuku dally, except Sundaya,
j at 5:30 a. m., arilrlug at Kahului at 5:50 a. m., and connectlnf with
tha C:00 a. m. train for Puunene.
: 3. I3AU0AGU RATES: ISO pounds of personal bntBUKo will be carried fraa
of charno on each whole ticket, and 75 pounds on each half ticket, whaa
! butgaje Is In charge of and on the aumo train as the holder of tha ticket.
For eicus baggage 25 cents per 100 pounds or part thereof will ba
! Por Ticket Fares and other Information see Local Passenger Tariff I. C. 0.
I No. 5, or inquire at any of tha Depots.
To Locate Them
Launch to Kihel-
Thru Dist. Mgrs.
YOU BY MAIL.
I Distance j 4 I j
STATIONS I MllM I '
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