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TIIK WEKKLY 1111,0 TRIHUNI5, IIII.O, HAWAII, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER at, 1905.
he tfiilo vtlmm,m:IulahcR Mm,y
' - I lasses cans eventun
TUESDAY, - NOV. 21, 1905.
Kntcitd nt the l'ostoflicc nl Ililo, Hn
Willi, ns second-class ninttcr
rtlllUSIIKD KVKRV TUK8DA.Y.
J. Castuj Ridgway - Editor
1). W. Maksh - Huslncss Manager.
NOT A FARCE.
Some one lias saitl that the
ntlministration of the land office
was a fatce. Anyone who has had
any business relations with the
public land officials will join in
denial of such nn accusation. It is
far front being a farce, and were a
casual observer to look in upon the
.sanctum of the dispenser of public
lands and free homes, he would
witness a hive of industry. Like
the busy bee, the land agent im
proves each shining hour to find
home excuse for not granting to a
homesteader title to his land after
the latter has toiled by the sweat
of his brow and suffered hardships
and deprivations in order to own a
few acres ol rocky and often un
There is a longing in every man's
heart to become a landowner no
matter how small his holding.
There is an old Arabian prove! b
that says: "Thrice blessed is he
who diggeth a well and plautcth a
tree.- inc American spiru is to
own a home, to dig wells and to
.. .... . . ... ... .
plant trees and see things grow. It
is that love of being a property
owner and of assisting nature in
her operations that helps to build
up a community with the fibre of
Hut the policy of the Land
Bureau of Hawaii, if we are to
judge by the altitude of some of its
representatives, is to discourage the
immigration of settlers and to
throw obstacles in the way of the
rtL., nnrM..'rrmn..f T In.wl Tin
excuse is given that the law re
quires the fulfillment of certain
conditions, yet in the same law a
liberty of discretion is given to land
officials in its administration and
enforcement. A land agent is not
appointed with a view of his ability
to keep people from acquiring pub
lic land, but as a referee, who
should assist in the settlement of
the country with sturdy farmers.
Neither is a land agent called upon
to act as judge, jury and public
prosecutor of every applicant for a
homestead. Too oltcn do prosecut
ing attorneys labor under the belief
that their duty is to secure a con
viction and not to see that justice
is done. A public official loses
his usefulness when he is carried
away with this belief, and the law
can become tyrannical instead of
Mibserviug the public good.
No, the land office is not a farce.
It is fast becoming a sad tragedy.
ECHOES OF THE PRESS.
The fact that Japanese are begin
ning to leave California to settle in
Korea and Manchuria was fore
shadowed some time ago by the
statement of the Japanese premier
that the emigration of his country
men to America would soon stop
and turn the other way. The pro
spect is one to be considered by
Hawaiian planters in all its lights.
It ought to stimulate the hardest
kind of effort to establish a new
labor element here, and affix it to
the soil. The sooner all hands
come to realize that the treaty of
Portsmouth utterly changed the
labor situation in Japan and that
the country has outlets of its own
for surplus workers, the better for
Hawaii's economic system. Ad
vertiser. If the .Supervisors did nothing
more during their entire term of
office than start a park scheme for
the city, this work alone would
entitle them to a place high in pub
lic esteem. Towns don't go back
ward these days. Once a park
scheme is laid out Honolulu citi
zens will have a practical ideal.
The following industry has appar
ently escaped notice thus far. Iarge
quantities of crude inolnsses are
sent from Louisiana to San Krnn-
cisco. In the city the molasses is
frt'od frntn inmnritipx nnd oiTltpiI
ireect iroin impurities, mm ouureti
for sale in attractive tin cans, with
of these mo
tually reach Ua
wanati stores, and are sold at a
high figure. Why do we not can
our own molasses, and sell it at a
reasonable rate? Maui News.
The quickest way would perhaps
be to let the County of Oaliu have
the benefit of the taxes from Kau li
and the other islands for two yean,
and let the Legislature enact nn
amendment to the income tax law
on the lines of the one "lobbied"
out by Governor Carter. Gaiden
Ml story Surrounds Hcnson
The coroner's jury which sit three
dajsoud nights nt Wnilukii, Muiii, try
ing ill level best to secure from Dr.
Hoole n document which the jury consid
ered was very material towards unveiling
the 1115 s cry surrounding the tragic death
oft,c Inie Clcnicnl, became meek ..11 of
sudden nnd declared the note irrelevant
and immaterial. Dr. llootc will now lenr to
pieces nt his leisure the much coveted
epistle written by the deceased ns a part
ing farewell to ft lend nnd foe.
The erdict of the jury is that the dc
censed cattle to his death f 0111 n bullet
wound through his brain, and that they
believed the wound had been self-inflicted.
The note which llic dcccnscd left to
Dr. llootc wns not delivered to the jury
although its members demnnded it. Dr.
Boole had flatly refused to give the letter
jl0 thejuty, as there was something in
, the note injurious to somebody, and Dr.
llootc said that such scurrilous remarks,
although written by the deceased, should
not be nired for the public criticism, as
he believed that it was uoboby's business
to know what actuated Clement to take
his life. It is cnoueh to know that Clc-
I fifotil fnnl- Ilia nu'll 1lfi.It1l illn liictnt.
There arc various surmises ns to the
contents of the letter. Some seem to
think thnt the deceased reviled a certain
party in town, while olners think that
Clement in his dispjir let loose his wrath
on hisf iends who were diieclly ins.ru-
wtaHii leading him astray
tvitliQ nf vlr.iif iiml &n1irint
ft out the
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HOOKS TO KKAll.
Ililo Library Receives New Con
signment, On the last mail the Ililo Free Reading
Room nnd Library Associntion received
a shipment of new books, most of which
are fresh from the press. No library in
the is.ands has n more varied assortment
of current litcrnture than the Ililo
Library, and the Trustees strive to secure
nil of the Intest books as soon ns pub
lished. The new books nre ns follows:
"At the Sign of the Vox." Mncmillnn
"The Little Hills." Mrs. Nancy II.
"Iole." Mr. Robert Chambers.
"The Trident and the Net." Author
of "The Martyrdom of nil Kmpress."
"Sauna." M. K. Waller.
"At the Sign of the Jack-O-Lantcrn."
Miss Myrtle Reed.
"Will Wnrburton." Geo. Giessing.
"Dr. Greenfell's Parish." Norman
"following thf Sun-Flag." John
"Land of Little Rain." Mnry Austin.
"The Orchid." Robert Grant.
"The lleautiful Lady." llooth Tnrk
itigtou. "The Indifference of Juliet." Grace
"Partners of the Tide." Jos. Lincoln.
"Nancy Stair." Mrs. Klinor M. Lane.
"At Close Range." P. Ilopkinson
"The Man of the Hour." Octave
Writ KiintMi in Ililo.
Word litis been received of the an
nouncement of the engagement of Miss
Kthel Wight of Northfield, Mass., to C.
N. Prouty of Spencer, Mass., who was
formerly connected with the Hilo Rail.
Another interesting engagement which
has just been made public and described
by the San Francisco Chronicle ns n
Hawaiian romance, is that of Miss Mar
garet Tutt, daughter of Mrs. IvnL. Tttttof
Los Angeles, Cal., to Captain Carroll I',
Armisteud, U. S. Army, nt present on
detail in the Philippines. Miss Tutt is
dcseribul ns a pretty, vivacious, nltrnt
tie girl, who comes from it distinguished
Southern family and has spent much of
her life in the South. She has but re
ceutly completed school and is one of the
debutantes of the winter. Miss Tutt met
Captain Anuislcad nt the Hawaiian
Hotel, while the latter was on furlough
en route to Manila. It is ccpcctcd that
the ueililiug may take plnce Uiis winter.
l'lu ed for Co iitc nipt.
Last week iiiIIoiiolnlu, Judge Dole of
the United States Court sentenced J. G.
Wymaii to a) hours' imprisonment in
Oahu Jail for contempt of court in refus
ing to attend ns a federal juror. Wymaii
resided in Kauai where he eke.s out a
lure livelihood as a fisherman. He gave
as it reason for his absence that In- had
! " '""'"T lll"l cm,1(l ot h
11lcr u ,lt.VL.i0,,e,i tiiat vy
not borrow any.
man Is ex
I cinpt by reason of his udvauced ugc,
I HUM TIIK ANTILLES.
(Jhiiinbpilnlu's Cough Ucinedy llcnc
Ills n Oily Counclliiinu nl
Mr. W. O'Rcill Eogarly, who is
a member of the City Council at
Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies,
writes as follows: "One bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy had
good effect on a cough that wjis
giving me traublc and I think, I
should have been more quickly
relieved if I had (.ontinued the re
medy. That it was beneficial and
quick in relieving me there is no
doubt and it is my intention to ob
tain another bottle." Eor sale by J
Ililo Drug Co.
While the Agents of many
Life Insurance Companies nie
I Hilio.iing their OiTiccr.s (or the
ANNUAL DIVIDKND policy,
it is n source of great satisfaction
to llic Policyho'ders of the
I'.icific Mutual to know that
their Company has been issuing
almost nothing else for yc.il '.
No petitioning ncccssnry for
libcmlily with the good old
The Diiectors of the Company
nrc by the California law made
jointly and seveinlly liable for
nil monies KMP.K'.y.LKD or
MISAPPROPRIATE) by the
officers during the term of oTicc
of such Dhcctor, Quite n pro
vision from the SKCUR1TY
what has recently occurred.
The best policies nrc issued by
the best Company on Karth for
THE PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE
INS. COJF CALA.
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS,
920 Fort Stroot.
H. E. PICKER,
Notice is hereby given that Wing Sing
Co., doing business on front Street,
Hilo, ns merchants, have made n volun
tary assignment to the undersigned for
the benefit of their creditors. The credi
tors of the said Wing Sing Co. arc hereby
requested to file their claims with the
undersigned or with Ridguuy & Ridg
way within thirty days, and all persons
indebted to the said Wing Sing Co. nre
requested to call and pay the same nt
once. All claims against Wing Sing Co.
must be certified.
TIIK VON HAMM-YOUNG CO., LTD.,
Assignee of Wing Sing Co.
Hilo, Hawaii, Nov. iS, 1905. 4-3
tion. In conformity with established custom,
ami in accordance with religious senti
ment, I hereby proclaim nud designate
Thursday, the 30th day of November,
1905, ns Thanksgiving Day, nud recom
mend the setting nptrt of said day in the
same spirit that has characterized its ob
servance during many generations.
lly remembering the poor and needy
with gifts that will cheer nnd comfort, by
the suspension of labor, by social inter
course and friendly greeting, by thank
ing Almighty God for His loving kiuit
ncss, His manifold blessings, His aid nnd
protection in all tunes of danger, triid
and tribulation, let us show our sincere
gratitude for the conditions that have be
stowed upon us, for our health, happiness
Let the day be observed according to
the inclination of ench person for Hie
accomplishment of good, that the result
may benefit all.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set
my hand and caused the seal of
the Territory of Hawaii lo he
affixed at the Kxeciilivc Iltlilil-
i. ing, in Honolulu, this 8th day of
JSii'mK Nnt rliibi'r. 111 tin vinr nf nnr
ord one limits mil nine linn-
Ired and five, and of the Inde
pendence of lite United States
of America Hie one hundred mid
O. R. CARTKR,
tor. In the Circuit Court of the Pourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
AT ClIAMllHKH IN PUOIIATH.
In the matter of the Kstnte of AH WO,
ORDKR OP APPOINTMKNT.
This cause coining on for hearing upon
the 7M1 day ol November, A. D. 1905,
upon the petition of C. Ahip, praying for
the appointment of said petitioner as
temnorarv iidmiuUtrutor of the Kstnte of
the snid Ah Wo, nud it beiui bhowu to 1
jhe Mitibfuetiou of this Court that it is for
itiv iK'bt interests ui tue saut rotate tuai '
the prayer of the snid petition he granted,
It is therefore ordered that the said
Ahip he and herehy Is npxiiiU-1 tempor- '
nry niiininistrntor of lite Kstatc of Ah
wo, deceased, Willi full power to con-
tiiiuc the businc-s of Che Han Chong, at
rnnoa, ruua, collecting accounts due tlic
said Kstatc, preset ving then sets of said
Kstatc, and buying and selling goods 111
the rcgu'nr course of business for the
maintenance of the said business: this
order to take elTect only upon the filing j
111 nils Uourt ol nil approval Doml til llic
sum of l'lve Hundred Dollars (f.soooo).
IN WITNKSS WI1KRKOF, I have here-1
r,. ., J'l" set my hand nud caused to I
locnij lie itinxeu me seat 01 mis lotiri
tijion the 7th day of November,
A. D. 1905.
CIIARLKS F. PARSONS,
In the Circuit Court of the fourth Circuit.
Territory of Hawaii.
At CiiAMimits In Pkomatu.
In the matter of the Kstnte of ALHKRT
A. JCIMMKRMANN ofOlna, Hnwcii
A document, pn o'.'uglo be'ic h
will nnd testament of Albe.. A. .hull c
maun, deceased, having c l the lull t'.
of Noembcr, A. I), ii";, hecn p eu
to 'lid Piobalc Cott't, n id a petit'ou
the Probate ihcreof, and fo- inc is
of letters tcsl'itncnla y to Mi. Anna
met maun having bceii filed by Mrs. A
It is hereby oidc ed, that Tuesday, i. .
lath day of Dccemhci, A. D. 1905 at n
o'clock A. M., ol nid day, at the Coin.
Room of b-jid Conn, nt Ililo, in the Comi
ty nud Tciritoiy of Hnwnil, be, and ic
1. me is hereby appoiuttd the lime fi
proving slid wi'l nnd he. ling . ild up- 1
cation, when and where anv person t .
Icrestcd may appear and contest the w ,
nnd lite granting ofleltcis test iniculnrv
It is ftitiherorde ed, that notice theiei I
be given by pnblic.it !ou . for iliiee sit,.
cessive vvreks, in the Hilo Ttibtiue, it
newspaiter p iiitcdnml published in Hilo.
Dated November 8lh, tgo.s,
CHARLKS F. PARSONS,
Attest: , '-
A. S. LttllARON GURNKV, CV 1..
W.S. WlfH, Attorney for Pelilionr",
lit the Ciicnit Cou lot the Fpu
Tc .itoiy of Hawaii.
AT C11 t.MDi'f . I.v Pr.onv
In the mailer of the IStale of Ah Wo of
I'alicn, Puna, deceased.
ORDKR OP NOTICH oF II MAKING
PKT1TION IOR ADMINISTRATION.
Onrcadiuguud fi'uig .he pc 1 'on of r jIi'h ti .li : pt ."'sltrd oucen week
C. Ah Hip, n uedilor of slid deceasul. for four t,iitcessive v s heroic ic laid
allej,ingtliatAhoorPahca.Piiin.dcdi(!lvof 1,, 4 ;,,,, c II11.0 Tkii.unk, a
intc.ialc nt P.thoa, Puna, 01 :'ie 41I1 day ,,e'w,ptpi-r puldishul in Hilo, llic last
of November, toc.5, lc.iv ig pioperty in m,,. v l0 , lo be not less thru ten days
Ihelcrriuryofllnwai ui-iw-ary o be ,lcUo.ts ilie fine therein appointed
nL.tntcfmr .1 I. ... n...t 1.... . .... 1. I ' ...
uiiui,ii3iv.ii.ti .i. fi,, t ';"! lu in -
tcrs of minimis ration issue lo said C. Ah
It is o, deed that Tuesday, the ia'.h
day of Deceinl cr, A. D. 1935, ill 10 o'
clock A. M , be, mid hcicby is appointed
for hearing said petition in the couti
room of this Coutt nt Ililo, Hawaii, nl
which lime nud place nil persons con
cerned may appear olid show cause, if
THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST GO.
London Lancasht.o Flro Ins. Co.
Navional Firo liisu atico Co.
Niarara Fiio In. utanco Co.
Corman-Amor'can Fito Ins. Co.
Ponnsylva.iia t ito Insurances Co.
United Stages Fidelity Guaranty Co.
CominoiUal Cauua.ty Co.
NOAH W. CRAY
'l lie hotel is a I uliful on I o it, t el framed, up to-dnle fne-proof
bii'ldi.r . Coiiidui ', loi'.-.s n id uitlin nus nie nil wainscoted witll Teitnes
A'l .00 us nie elinitlv iii..ui' 1 a 'd excellently well ventilated.
Gen 'e li eies will l'itou;'ii cohiiKim 1 id sleep ug-rooms day nnd night.
Tii s lio-uchv, uf illicitly wo II u !c ..rue, opened n little oei two
yens ir, o, .nt-. 1 cen I vjr d by pi. iris l.oui I'M patis, who unite in the
opinion 1 hat 1 sbei v c , 1 n'lv.rn nl c 1 e y, 1 i linen, its china, its crystal,
etc., a e iii I in lio'c of 1 .el) si ho pU anv vvl'cre.
WATi 11 A tutic nilil'ou-a'io i-1 '.t 11 es'i'il well of one thousand
feet 1 1 ilep.ii Mi,iilicsni milium: ol iit-li ,.1 u'l" ioi'I water of hivjh chemical
pu '. hve i mii 11 ie b illdiu'' h is iio i nl cold water. All the tabic
vva. .(" we'l ( H'h lbti)il 1 to the too us 1 1 nl u; purposes, is ilislillrd.
llOii-L PARR1 llic 1 tflleuLv ." ihe .1 u is much enh itictd by this
ho it 1 v no e ug s mui 11, wIk t , 11 a n e h' id of Jeibcy cows, an
uuuiiil 1 r..ip ilv 01 ir ' , n d iren'il i-i 01; .1 I n utic lot of poultry pro
dim ti ,M'Hli c i. o 'e u lot tif cl a i'c 1 '. cethedelicitetquab
ii'cpi ml; bad M tg pi; (fid vo "ig poi r .i odu 1 'uy a he .1 ol fine llerk
h'.i1 e no ;s. ''fill ' 1 ntiil vup' ulisofp'lj u's a c da'ly supplied from
ill 11 . if fo r dtiit'Iti. .111 to no it's 1' up1 11 . uilid da'lv.
U')i.' U Mil .N - C.i
10 1 1
I'lt e f,
.! HOOF G UD,-N or il
' hiiuili': m is it id b'es
iv fci've iiiiil nii!i,",'U'4 vv . f .
.11 ov'idcd foi Miel (
be veil ,
At. da ,
A. o e
of 'lis-, 1 eii'iive n
eistih'ir'nr 0011 i "(! v
c - ' i' ,lo ip 11 c c'
1 o.ii .he I. oof Ga . 1 lewiiu'en'i r 1 surrounding country,
with c 1 t 1 o elia.nl nut cu I c'i ii ioi- uati's on the other, pre
set n ,) 101 t o 1 nil'1 w ti 't 01 gi 1 iileur cauiiot he surpassed.
I.jii;, ilis.aiite el p'10 e 1 e.-i y 1O0111.
Caflo Addioiis-"Young's," Honolulu
Amo.Jcan and Ciiiopoan Plan
SPECIAL RATES TO ISLAND PEOPLE
any they have, why said petition should
not he granted, and that notice of this or-I
dcrhc published in the Ktiglish language ,
lor wrce successive weeks in me 11110
J rlininc, a newspaper in lino
Dated at Ililo, Hnwnil, Nov. 71I1
lly the Court:
A.S. I.UHARON GURNKV,
Cletk ol the l'otirtli Circuit Coutt.
lly Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy C'cik.
In the C'rcttll Court of the Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Hnwnil.
AT Chamiwrs In I'ROHATK.
In the inntter of the Kstatc of L. K. 1
ORDKR TO SHOW CAUSK ON AD
MINISTRATOR'S APPLICATION '
TO SKLL RKAL KSTATK.
On rending nnd filing the petition of
Chi'lcs II. Swain, Atl'iituU -ntor of the
KMale of L, K. Swain, deceased, praying
for an onliv of sale of cc alu real estate
belo'igiu; lo the l lid L. K. Swnlu, said
ic.il c e be'tig de crlbed ns follows:
AM tlmlcd'Yin piece or pircel of Intiit
s' fated at WiilpuiiiiM District ol North
II i'ii. Is'i'i'd ti iid IV illo. y of Hawaii,
co np's ug Lot No. i" Homestead Mnp
N'o. lb, bounded nud described ns follows:
He- tuning nt 1'.. st corner of this Lot nt 1
'i po nl on .ojd, oeing Noith corner of)
t.l 1 1, 35 ft. South, 28 It. West of refer-'
eiiccoiiLiCic block nl South corner of
1,-Jt 4, nud tunning as follows:
1 . N. 01 dcg. 00 mill. W. true 505 feet
' 2. N. 71 deg. 50 milt. W. true 95 feet
, ido.ig I he same.
3. N. 48 deg. 20 mill. W. true 28a feet
nlo ig the same.
.." S. 44 dcg. 30 mill. W. true 373 feet
c'oug Lot 9.
5. S. 45 deg. 30 mill. K. true 780 feet
along Lot 14.
C. N. 56 deg. 30 mill. K. true 406 feet
aloi;; Lot II.
7. N. 41 deg. 50 mill. K. true 185 feet
aloj-thct. 11c to initial point ami con
1 ti ifii' 1111 men of 8.69 acres.
, And set. ing foilh certain legal reasons
why such ical estate should be sold, to
' wit: itiMtlUcicnt teisonal fronertv to txiv
! ileiils of deceased.
I 1. :.. 1.- ..1... 1- 1 .1... .i. ... r
u 1-1 in cuj umi-ii-i iiiiti 1111: ncxk u
l.'n of s.ild I,, K. tjw.'iu, nud nil persons
in. esicd In the sa'd estate, appear be
fo e 1'iis court on Tuesday the 5th day of
December, A. D. 1905, nt leu o'clock n.
111.nl the com I room of this court in
Il'o. Hawaii, thru pud the e to show
i'iti-e whv mi milt rsliould not hegrnnted
.or .lie sale of such leal c-l:i,-.
A 1 til lu fit 'ire r ilfit-il lit it n tinrtfn
, ,0r .i tt lu-niju''.
D 1 ed
at Hilo, Hawaii, October 27II1,
CH RLKS lM'ARSONS.
Jt'd'e of the Fourth Circuit Court.
A. S. LuIlARON GURNKV,
CU of the 1'outth Circuit Court.
''00 1 1 cen, o section ol niilliltug,
11 d o i 1 tie e i 1 rre.i, luinisheil with
me in . . "d ruil refreihmenls ute
1 1 1 (1 v aid '1 oinjiout the evenings.
'In u t iicr. s nie frciiuentlv utveti.
r.icim' en v 'on, while nt the other
hull e , o s for a louugiug-room,
tin ni m' n nud gentleineii.
Many people, after a long spell
of oppressive heat, suffer from
lassitude, loss of spirits, and a
goneral "run down" feeling.
They need ft cotirso
of Ayor's Sarsapa
1 Ilia, n modlclno
which has revived
mid restored to act
ive. II fo mid health
thousands of such
Milforcrs. A l.dy?
who rorontly ro
tinned to KriL'land
from South Afilca writes concerning
this " wonderful mrdlclne":
"While- In Capo Town the-past Mini
mor I suffered greatly from tho long
continued heat. I was completely
worn out; my blood scouted to bo
coitions thin ns w ntor, nnd I lost nil
energy nnd Intorost In life. My friends
and a courso of this vvondorful modl
clno restored my health and spirits.
My husband sutlcred In tho saino way
as I did, and ho also was greatly bono
flted from tho uso of Ayor's Sarsa
parilla." Thero are many imitation
Bo sure you get "AYER'S."
Prtpittd by Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Mm., U. S. A.
ATZU'B riLLS, the beit family UutlTt.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY
Hilo Railroad Co.
Short Route to Volcano
In effect July 1, 1905.
Passenger Trains, Except Sunday.
7 9 8 10
A.M. P.M. STATIONS A.M. P.M.
7:00' 3:30 lv Hilo ar 9:40 5:45
7:jl a:35nr....Wniaken...ar 9:35 5:40
7.32. 3:53 nr...01nn Mill...nr 9:30 5:25
7:3 3:iS or Kcanu ar 9:15 5:15
7:46 3t3oar... I?erudnlc...ar 9:00 4:55
8:00 3:55'ar..Mount. V'w..or 8:50 4:45
8:20 4:i5ar..Glcuwood...lv 8:30 4:25
13 2 4
a.m. p.m. SUNDAY: A.M. P.M.
8:oo 3:30,1V Hilo ar 10:48 5:15
8-o6 3:36 nr.. .. Wainken . .nr 10:44 5:11
8:25! 3:55,nr...01aa Mill... ar 10:28 4:56
8:32 3'.o2ar Keanu ar 10:22 4:50
8:49 3:t9ar...Perudale...ar 10:06 4:35
9:03 3:35'ar..Mouut. V'w..nr 9:55 4:25
9:35 3 15 s'ar... Glenwood...lv 9:35 4:05
The trnins of this Company between
Hilo and Puna will be run s follows:
Leave Hilo Station, by way of Rail
road Wharf, for Olaa and Puna, upon the
arrival of the Steamship Kiuait, running
through to Puna and stopping at Pahoa
both going and returning.
a.m. FRIDAY: a.m.
6:00 lv Hilo ar 9:55
or.R. R. Wharf.ar 9:50
6:06 J ar....Vdiakca....ar 9:30
6:28 nr...OInn Mill.ar 9:10
6:58 'ar..l'ahoa J linear 8:42
nr Pahoa nr 8:30
7:20 ir Puna h 7:35
a.m SUNDAY: p.m.
9:00 lv Ililo at 4:40
9:06 .Jar... Wninkea...ai 4:35
9:25 'ar...01aa Mill...nr 4:15
9:50! nr..Pahou June 3:47
10:20! nr Pahoa ar 3.35
10:55 ar Puna lv 3:00
Kxcursion tickets between nil points
nre sold on Saturdays and Sundays, good
returning, until the following Monday
1 Commutation tickets, good for twenty
five rides between any two points, and
, thousand mile tickets nre sold at very
D. K. MKTZGKR,
ALL KINDS OP
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. II. PKASK, President.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., U, S, A,