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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JAOTARST 8, 1889.
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Of 1889, tit Paris, will Open on tho
6th Day of May. 1889, mid
Closo on the 31st Say
of Oct, 1889,
And it being desirable thai this King
dom Bhould bo fully i cut ctcn toil
thereat," 1 1 is "MajeMy's Oovoinincnl
respectfully invito Iho Public gen
orally to cuutiilmtn Specimens of (lie
Arts, I'loilttcls, Miimifnctuica mid
natural Utuiosilies peitaining to
Tle following mining others nre
suggested us deniable for oxliibi
Paddy and ltice
(Jo Hoc t ions of
of Knp.i, Mats,
Huts and other
Ilawn Jewelry of
Kukui Xuts, etc
Fruits, dried and
IJentl and .Seed
MnjTs and Charts
15 oo k . Hopoits
and nian'f'h ol
Models of inven-
in b'd volumes
V o 1 c a n o Speci
and other Jib
Medicinal and use
'ul II il Will ia n
All notice of intention to Exhibit
and all a pplic.it ions for space should
be Hindi) to .Ino. A. Hutsingcr, De
partment of thi! Intciior, on or bc
foie J.iniiiiiy 25th, and all exhibits
must In- ileliveicd to him for the
Governmental Aliiolani Hale, and
receipted for cm or befoiu Eobiuiuy
Col. Z. S. Spalding will be tho
Special Commissioner of tho Hawai
ian Government at l'.uis dining the
Exposition and will have chaige of
the Hawaiian Exhibits.
All cshibitois must clcaily and ac
cuiately desciibo their intended ex
hibits and alto the value of same for
purposes of insurance.
The coat of foi warding and return
of all Exhibits will be defrayed by
the Hawaiian Government.
Exhibitors should state whether the
Exhibitb aie for bale (and if bo at
what pliccb), or a loan, to bo re
turned. Where not to Mated it will
be understood that they aie to be
bold. Exhibits for Pale, will be bold
nt the close of the Exhibition for the
benciit of Exliiliiluib and loans will
be icturned to the ownois at Hono
lulu. JONA. AUSTIN,
Minibtei of Foieimi uH'uir.".
a? ii 33
Pledged lo neither Sect nor Party,
lint established for the benefit of all.
TUESDAY, JAN. 8, 1889.
TWO QUESTIONS DECIDED.
Two impottant questions of law
were decided by Judge Bickeiton
to-day in the action of ejectment
brought in the Supreme Couit by
the Princeville Plantation Company
vs. Mauliohi and wife. The defend
ant's motion to place the case on the
Hawaiian Jury list, on the ground
that the Princeville Plantation Com
pany is a native Hawaiian, was
granted, and the plaintiff's motion
to place the cause on the list of tho
mixed jury cases in which at least
one of the parties resides in Hono
lulu, was denied.
The statute say that, "In all
civil cases in which one party is a
native Hawaiian and the other a for
eigner (alien or natuializcd) the
jury shall be composed of an equal
number of natives and foreigners."
If all corporations in this country in
suits ajjninst foreigners must heie
flftcr have n mixed jury, and in
Biiils against Hawaiians, n native
.jury, tho probability is that they
will find it for their interest to dis
incorporate under Hawaiian law as
soon as practicable.
In regard to actions of ejectment
brought by cot porations having, as
most our corpoiatious do have their
principal business ollico in Hono
lulu, tho recent rulo of Court is held
by Judge Bickerton to exclude them
from being heard in the Supremo
Court until all other cases arc dis
posed of in which one of the parties
resides in Honolulu.
Tito residence, however, of tho
jwty lYOiild not of itself entitle the
ease to aliening in its order with
other Supremo Court cases, for
tho rule of Court clearly plnur
in tho back ground, all ejectment
cases for land on the other circuits
whether cither patty or both patties
tesidc there or in Honolulu. The
object of the rule was to give cases
arising on Oahu tho precedence of
those arising on the chciiits where
they may be hcatd.
We aie not uwute that any ques
tion the constitutional right of
the judges ptactically to tlx local
venue of ejectment eases.
With five judges living in Hono
lulu there ought to he an oppot Util
ity to have both native and Hawai
ian jury trials go on at the same
time, and the legislature might easily
have avoided any doubt of the
right of the judges to do this.
THOSE DANGEROUS HYDRANTS.
The reason assigned for placing
those hydrants near the centre of
the side-walk on Alakea street, is
that they are placed where they
should be when the street is widen
ed. This reason might have been
accepted as sound and satisfactory
if the street was being widened at
the time the hydrants were placed
there, or if the widening was about
to begin, Hut those menaces to life
and limb have been where they are
several months now, and the street
is just whcic it has been for many
years past, and wlieic it is likely to
remain for many years to come, as
far as any contrary indications at
present appear, hi the meantime,
pedestrians continue to tumble over
the hydrants at night time, barking
their knees and endangering their
necks. About a half dozen catas
trophes per week, on an avciage,
are reported to this otllcc, and pro
bably many otheis occur that we
never hear of. We have come to
the conclusion that it is about lime
to remove the hydiants, or to change
the line of street bo as to bring the
dangerous obstructions to the outer
edge of the side-walk. Delay may
result in a claim for heavy damages
against the Government, as compen
sation for a fractured limb or a
REPLY TO "EQUITY."
"Equity" wiites a letter tothe"Ad-verli-er"
of a peculiar natiiie, in rela
tion to a Hrji.i.riiN article of the 5th
instant. One of its peculiar fea
tures is, that the writer avers an ab
sence of desire on his part to stir
up feeling against the individual re
ferred to in our article as indicted
for trial on a charge of conspiracy,
and then proceeds to do the vcrj'
thing which he declines is absent
Irom his wish. The only way we
can leconcile Ids declaration of feel
ing with his subsequent representa
tion of the conspiracy case, is by as
suming that the jailer was either in
voluntary or compulsoiy. Another
of "Equity's" peculiarities is, that
he holds the shooting of a man to be
no more sciious a matter than a
conspiracy to defraud the revenue
life is worth no more than lucre.
He will find considerable difficulty
in imbuing the community with this
view. "Equity" sees in our article
"a desire to woik up sympathy"
for the person charged with conspi
racy. His is a keen peiccplion to
detect what docs not exist. We
have no desire and have made no at
tempt to work up sympathy for any
one in the case. Cur allusion to it
was simply for the sake of compari
son, ami wenru quite satisfied that
nine-tenths of our readeis will agree
that the comparison tends to show
what our article intimated partial
ity in the administration of law
and "Equity" cannot convince them
to the contrary. Wo simply desire to
see the law fairly ami impaitially ad
ministered toall alike none to escape
its penalties who disregard its man
dates, and none to buffer its punish
ment who arc not proven guilty of
infracting its lcqtiirenicnts.
With regard to the shooting case,
"Equity" is either not informed in
regatd to its pretent position, or ho
purposely attempts to create a false
impression. We picfer to think
tho former. The facts aie, as we
undutstaud tliem, that the ptelimiu
ary heating in tho Police Court was
defeired, to await the consequence
of the shooting to the wounded man,
then under treatment in the Queen's
Hospital. Tliu iiiun was discharged,
recovered, but minus an arm, from
that institution some weeks ago, and
yet no hearing lias been had in the
Police Court. Why so? That is tliu
question. As we said before, tho
shooting may have been Justifiable,
Indeed, we aie freo to confess ,vo
have tho impression that it was.
Hut that is a matter to bo decided
by a Court of law, and not privately
by any Government official. The
long delay in bringing tho case be
fore the Court lias created a pretty
general impression that it was to be
quietly "shelved," and wo have dis
chaiged a public duly in bringing it
to notice, Had we obeyed the dic
tates of our private inclinations we
would have remained silent.
Ennoit Hui.i.ktin: Knowing you
are always happy to correct crron
ious impressions in the minds of
your readers, allow ino to testify
briefly concerning tho coming of
whooping cough to Honolulu. On
the 19th of June, 1S88, J called on
friends who live on Fort street.
There 1 found children sick with
Expressing Mirpriso at its exist
ence in town, I was told that the
child of a lady who was then visit
ing Unit family, and who had conic
fioni San Francisco by the last Hip
of the Alameda pi ior to that date,
had been exposed to tho cough on
the steamer, two children who were
through passengers to Australia
being afllicted with it. The disease
did not develop in this h'tle child
after its arrival, until all the cliil
dicn in the family had been ex
posed, and at tho time of my call
they wore pronounced cases. This
was the 19th of June. The family
accredited with bringing the cough
to Honolulu did not arrive until the
8th of July. They are thus neces
sarily released from the "entire"
responsibility so frequently flung at
them, of introducing so serious a
trouble into our midst.
Mus. B. F. Dii.mnoham.
Honolulu, Jan. 8, 1889.
SHE STILL CAN TALK.
Fifteen years ago a woman in
Boston touched her tongue to some
lye and burned tho upper side of it.
Since that time she lias been troubl
ed with ulcers, and recently it lie
came necessary for the physicians
to cut her tongue out. The opera
tion was successfully performed, and
two weeks later she was able to talk
and make herself easily understood.
This goes to show that a woman's
talk cannot be shut off, even with a
suigical operation fPcck's Sun.
to cunt utr.vi.us horses.
"Finely hied, i.uelligent horses,
aie very often ucivous. They aie
quick to notice, quick to take alarm,
quick to do what seems to them, in
moments of sudden tenor, neces
sary to escape lrom possible haim
iiom something they do not under
stand. That is what makes them
shy, boll, and run away. We can
not tell what awful suggestions
strange things offer to their minds.
For aught we can tell, a sheet of
white paper in the road may seem
to the nervous boiac a yawning
cham, the open fiont of a baby car
nage the jaws of a dragon ready to
devour him, and a man on a bicycle
some terrifying sort of a flying devil
without wings. But we find that
the moment he becomes familiar
with these things or any other that
affright him, and knows what they
are, lie glows indifferent to them.
Tlieiefoie when your horse shies at
anything, make him acquainted
with it; let him smell it, touch it
with his sensitive upper lip, and
look closely at it. Bemcmber, too,
that you must familial i.o botli sides
of 111 id with the dicaded object. If
lie only examine it with the near
nostiil and eye, lie will be very
likely to scare at it when it appears
on his off side. So then rattle your
paper, beat your bass drum, flutter
your umhtclla, run your baby car
nage and your bicycle, fiic your
pistol, and clatter your tinvvaic on
both sides of him and all around
him until he comes to regard the
noise simply as a nuisance and the
matciial objects as only trivial
things liable to get hurt if they are
in his way. He may not learn all
that in one lesson, but continue the
le-jsou and you will cure all his
Headquarters, Honolulu Rifles.
Honolulu, Jan. 8, 1680.
rpiu; Line or ccis of the 1st
1 Hi. 'I.i n, II V, are hereby
oiden d to uim t at tho Armory
on WEDNESDAY EVENING,
Janiiiuy tllh, at 7:10 o'ebd;, in
Fatigue Unifoiin, for the pur-pun-
of electing the Fiild and
S all' for thoensidngje.il.
II. F. IIEI11JA1H),
Captain and Adjutant.
IHJNCII ofKeyp. A reward will
be eiven to any luison icturiiinir
same to thU otllcc. 141 tit
ON Satin 'nv iillciiioon iii, n
smull Silver Watch (with
tho letter "A. M. C'engiaved
on bade of case), having u small Silver
Chain and Charm iiltiidiud. Finder
will bn icvvarded on leturaiug same to
tbl-iolllce HI at
AVOUNO Gciinuii Oh wUhei a
t-iliuiiion todoguiei.il boiifework.
(lood lefcicxu; if reouired, Apply at
No, O'J, corner of Jlcicfimit and Alakea
THE OLDEST DAILY In iho
X Kingdom "Tho Daily liullctia."
Auction Sale by James F. Morgan.
By order of .J. V. lliclife'il, Esq , Ad.
mlnislrntor of the Etate or Manuel Via.
(icnt, Jr., of Malianao, deceased, I will
sell at Politic Auction, at my Hnloionm,
On THURSDAY, Jan, 10, '89,
AV 1 O'CIjOCK A. 31..
An Assoilnunt of
DRY GOOD !
White and Brown Cottons !
White & Colored Flannels,
Assorted Sh ,wle,
Ladies' Drees Goods !
!n Hnnrlrt ft"
1Y uiderol II. I'. Maefaihnie, Enj.,
J will ell .it Piibli.: AueliMi. lit
my SilcMixiin, (Juien bluet,
On WEDNESDAY, Jan, 16th,
AT l O'CLOCK XOOX
The Lease of that
PiBco or Parcel of Lid !
Occupied by II. It. Mnefarl.ine, its :i
porli in of the picmi-i'-. compris-Inp his
rctidem e nt WniUiki, hel under n Ii-hk;
fioin ukuti 'K d bis heirs, dutod .lu'v IS,
1378, rifimhd in Liber GO, on puce's ll-l
and 115. The l.eu-u bab a trim ot i
ycats to inn 1 1 om July IS, 38tH, with a
privilege of iciiewiil lor a furiliei teim
of 10 jeais; annual rental 300 and
taxes; Bent paid to January 18, 1SS9.
CSDecds "t expense of purdia er.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Hawaiian Islands. In tliu uiailci
of A M. HKWETr, of Honolulu, Oahu.
a voliintiuy baukiupt.
Creditois ot the s-ald bankrupt arc
lifrebj untitled lo come in ami piovu
llieii "debts before such .ht-tiee oi the
Supreme Court as tlmll be -itliii!; in
Cliiinihcis at Aliiolani Hale, Honolulu,
mi MONDVY, the 11 h day of Jaliuaiy.
1SS1, beiween ibe hiiiii.- ot ID o' Inelc in
the loii'iioou and in. on ol tliu smi day,
and oket one oi ninu iisiij-nees of the
said banl.iupt'h estate,
liy the Couit.
Honolulu, Jan. S, ISstt. 1 11 at
BY a Ilalf.uliilu I'.uy illinu lo do
anvtliiiig. App'viil tin-i. Ilice.
A DIAMOND and tupli-e Loci el
on N( w Ycni'b iJav, on ICiim and
Ileiclnnia siiiet, oi the Jlanoa Itoad. A
levvaid ol 10 vull be paid to the tinder
on leliiiuiug the same to
1:18 Iw J. M. .MOXSAKRAT.
''piIE lejrular niceiing of the Honolulu
JL Yacht & Hon Club will be held at
tlii'il b"ii' lioii'c at 7:''0 o'clock ! m on
TUESDAY, the mi hist The diction
of ofllceis lor eiibiiing year will take
place ami other hu incsK of iinpoitancu
will be brought lafoiu tliu nieeling. A
full iittcudancc is rtqucx'ed.
K. J. SP.M.ni.VG,
139 3t frcreiiiry.
A QUARTERLY inceting of 0.
Urcvvei itt'o. will be held at the
olllee ol tho couip'iny, on Queen itieet,
mi the 1Mb itnUm, nt 10 o'clock a. si.
.1. O. CARTER,
1110 lw Secretary
A SPECIAL meeting of the slock,
holdeis of the Wuiiiliinu Agricul
tut ill i&Oialng Co (I.imiti-dl, will be
held on WEDNESDAY, the Hh day of
January, at iho i lllcu of C. V. Iuukea,
Honolulu, at 10 o'clock a, m.
O. I IAUKEA,
128 td bceiotuiy.
IIFTY dollars rewind will bo paid to
. imyi nu giving Infoiiiiiitiou leading
to the comluiiiii of any perpou alteiing
the swltche- or pla ing obsti uctioiib on
HAWAIIAN TRAilWAYS CO.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the ri'guliu meeting of the United
('him i-o Society held on thellrd
hut , tliu lollowing wore diclared duly
ekcted iih ollleers of tliu corporation for
tho ciiMiing'year, viz:
I'li'ildcnt A. II. LooNgawk,
Yice.l'nbldeui L. Ahlo,
bueietiuy Ho Eon,
Afeitlant i-ecretaiy..,.Tiun Wa Hin,
Trcasui ei Ng Ong,
ABsiblantTreaauicr Yen Chin.
Sccrptniy U, U. S.
Honolulu, Jan, 7, 1889. i) Ut
Anclion Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
Assignee Sale of
I am Instructed by Hie As Ijinvc n of the
KslateorW. s. Lure, to sell
ul Public Auctiim nt
On FRIDAY, January 11, 1889,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
Tin,1 whole- of Yv S. Luce's
Household Furniture & Effects
ComprlMnj; in part as follows:
1 Maplewood Upright Pianoforte
Hy ItmJftll & Cnitc, I.onilon;
P. 15. W. Murhlc-top Bedroom Sits,
1 Ash Mnrhle.top itciltoom Set,
!1 S'niRle B. W. ItcdMciula,
1 Child's B. YV. Folding Crib,
Hair, Spring & Wovon Wire Mattrasscs
B. W. Lxlcnion Dining Table
Lotiiifu & Il1 LminKc.
Coin, r Hook Cie,
Woil.e I Clnin A Oipj Tables,
Inlaid Centre Table
Willow Parlor Furniture
I ni(;ii & Htniill Hu, -M'lU',
Emwiis, oil PaiiitiBo,
Ity 'Invernler ,v Strong;
Fi'.uher Pillows, Mosquito Nolo,
B in ket!, Limp-, Uioii.e-,
(i'a-s, Cioekuiy & Plated Ware,
JIc.it .Nifu iV; Refrigerator,
Kitchen Stove and Utensils,
hlc, Kie., Etc.. Etc.
tST"Tliii Fitrnituie will be ready for
in 'I coinm mi 'riiu:-ihiy, .liiuuary lo'ih.
The AiieiioiiL'L'r dejliis to inloiin tho
ladie-' and gtntUoneii of Honolulu that
the above is ail tir-t.dasR Furniture, and
to those who aie lefiiiiiiihing this will
be a good ojipoilunily as everything
will be sold without reserve.
XjEWJS J. LEVEY,
138 Ot Auctioneer.
iwVjjj i) Jjl. iiiir. i uraisiieu nooms,
'js'j.M! rJ -it!iiiiie lot i:
ssS&ii'U wile, n single men
to No. til Alalua street.
jvKM A SIX-KOOM Cottle on
IvtiMS l"11"'1 n eei, opposite
liftffip.tt.5a immi trpiuc Apph t
J. M. VIVAS,
ll:t tf 41 .Meiebant street.
I.L piriies iiideblid to W. S. I.uce
on the t.Oth (lav of Sentiinber last,
are luimstul lo .-ettlu up llieir accounts
at once V. S. LUCE.
Uy hii uttoiney in f.iet, J'rank Blown.
NOTICE is he-eby given that Ah
Y'ong of Kallhi Valley, Oahu, has
sold to Mn Ah Lin, fur !!:!0, his un
divided one-fifth inteicst in a lease of a
ceitniu piece of piopeilv In Kallhi Val
ley, dating from l'obiuary t!2, 18!-8,
fioin Luna Kelenahe et al.j together
with bis iiiulividcil oiie-tlfth inteicst in
building- iheieon, fuinituie therein,
four bor-C'i, all agi leulttiral inipleinenst,
Signed, LIN AH LIX.
Dated, Jan. 1, 1880. 138 2w
WHEREAS, W S. Luce, pf Ilono.
lulu, bus UiH'lay made an assign,
nicnt of all bis jiropeity to tliu under.
signed, for the benefit ot his ered toic,
notice is hereby given t'i all purties
ovvitic s.ild W. S. I.uee to link-' iniino
diate pnjment, uml any prisons having
elainib against W. S I.iu e a'e reijuebtul
to )ieseiit them at oute al (ho otlleo of
W. S. Luce, Mcicbiint ttieut, Honolulu.
J. F. HAOICFELD,
Honnlulu, Dec. 1"), 188. 134 lm
I HAVE this day diepoicd of my en.
liic interest in the riray and express
businc-B known as the American Express
Co. to Mcsris. J. W. HcGuiio and J
JleQiiien 'Ihunking my friends and
the public gcneially for past favois, I
would most respectfully aslc for a con.
linuanLO of the same for my successors
All outstanding accounts to January 1,
1881), will bo settled by me.
II. F. UEBRARD.
Honolulu, January 1, ISS'J.
BEING now prepared to conduct an
1 extensive draylng and express
business, wc earnestly solicit patronage.
Mutual Telephone, fiUS; Hell Telephone,
ICO J. V. JIcGUIRE,
187 lw J. MCQUEEN.
10 tho Creditors of tho Estate of
Leo Hoop & Co., haukruptP, tako
That tho undoisigiied, Assignee of tho
E.tatu of Leo Hoop it Co., bankiupts,
has piepnratory to his Until account
ami dividend, subuilttid his account
as nidi Assignee ami tiled tho Fame
before Hon L RIcCully, Justice of the
Supremo Court, at his Chambcis, to
whom lm will at 10 o'clock a. m. on
SATURDAY, tho 12th day of January,
1HM), apply for a settlement of faid ac.
count and foi a dhcliargo from all lia
bility as such Assignee, und for an order
to uiiike a final dividend.
And that any person interested may
then and there appear and contest the
same. W. 0. PARKE,
Assignee E4ulo of Lee Hoop kj Co,
THE ONLY LIVEPAPER in
X Honolulu "Tho Dully Ruiletih.
0 cents per mouth.
&, nsi jC jS7 Kh n Q u
Via5t Our Slovo ami Get Your Holiday Present
for 'n'nflYS "9 VfM'WuMi
Our Grand Silver Gift Sale
wn i. co.m.mi:nti:
On MONDAY, December 17th, 1888.
During this Sale every customer puiehiisine; the nmoiint of $2.fi0 worth
will received n huml-ouio
Come niid examine our New Gcods, anil you will find them much newer
iiiul lower in piicc then elsewhere. It is oiir unalterable detarniiuAlion to
lnvvo no recourse to misleading or misrepicsentntion. Our mlvciti&ement
truly iepret,eiits tho Goods we offer for sale.
Over 120 doz. of Ladies' Fine White TJntrimmed Straw Hats.
fP"I..ook at our Hotel Btreot window anil see the fine display of Silver
waio hiiitnble for tho Holidays.
The near approach of the Holidays and overstock of Goods make it im
peiativc that we mako the most radical and sweeping changes in our prices,
and we feel fully justified in publicly asserting thai in the coming week our
patrons can socuio advantages in
DRY GOODS, MILLINERY
"Which havo never
iAC;fw v f.'i
IVSC7ltl V "
gj"Tliis i Hie Heaviest Cut in Prices over attempted.
pSyWo will make
HASCoi.il ltotlc, III ik -ton.-, Bl u k
and v hite !-and and hoil, fm- -ilu
in any quantiiN. Appl. it the 111c of
W. C. Acbi, Ka ah n m a n a street 11!) in
(Sta- Rrind )
In 4 doz. Cases of 1
Fresh Supnllei by inch NewZei-
land Ste-nne-. Pi i Ha'e by
J. E. Brown & G
187 Bole A giir-.
Lct any pcMmi !ve
Dr. kier's CIkitj Mini
A trial, and the mo-t violent cold
will, in a ihoit time bo
FOIl HAM! M.Y ICY
185 28 Merchant Btrcu. LI in
The Best Compainy
Life Insurance Oo.,
OF NEW YOHK.
Richard A, McCurdy, President.
The Largest Company in tho World
Tho Oldest Company in tho U. S.
It Gives tho Most Liberal Polioies
Pays tho Largest Dividonds.
Claims paid to policy holders in tho
Hawaiian Islands, during tho
past ten years,
Over : & 1 00,000 OO.
For rutcb, apply to
w. it. koss:.
General Agent, Honolulu, Hawaiian
Islands. oct-0 88-ly
TtlBLBilllil JTKy P2rr)
Etc., Etc., Etc.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Hosiery I Hosiery !
iiilucticni in all our depaitments.
Thiele will re-open her
ml at the rooms f rmeily oc-
eupic.l by Mr-, t'. R. Hebbaid, on Re
reiauia stieet, .Mrs. Uclib.ud having le
.signed her s.hool to Miss P. Thiele.
T AV. MoGUIHE heieby notifies the
y . pniilic that he will, in conjunc-
ion i h .1. McQueen, cany on the Hag.
j.ige Kpirssatiil Dravi ig Riisinessnow
eoniliiced by J. Gici'i & Co., commenc
ing on January 1 18-H. All kinds of
h'uvngu i.pn'-s and drajing work
) ommlj iiitemled to. 182 tf
I Italian Tramways Co,
-OPENING OF THE-
Kins Street Line
For any IMMance.
The Can will commence running on tho
following Echedulo time,
Tuesday, Jan. 1st
Lcavo niflo Range. I Lcavo Chinese Thcal.
(1.00 a. si. I (1.30 a. sr.
n.tto " 7.0.) "
7.00 " 7.30 "
7.1)0 " 8.00 '
8.30 " 0,00 '
0 30 " 10.00 "
io.uo " n.oo "
11.110 " 12,00 m.
12.00 M. lU.tit) r. m.
l'.'.IIO v. jr. LOO "
l.U) " 1.30 "
l.iO " 2.00 "
2.80 " 3.00 "
a.ao " 4,oo
AAV) " I 30 "
10 " fi.OO "
n.oo c.30 "
r,.30 " n.oo "
0.H0 " 7X0 "
7 :m n.oo "
8.H0 " tl.OO "
o.aii " 10.00
8.30 A. M. 0,00 A. M.
ll.20 " o.no "
11,30 " 10,00 "
10.2) " 11.00 "
lO.'.IO ' ' 12.10 1-. m.
11 30 " 12,20 "
l.IIOr. M. 2.00 "
2.30 " 3.00 '
3.30 " (1.00 "
(lfi0 " 7.30 '
7.00 " 0.00 "
8X0 " U.10 '
Houis inarked () the Oira start fioin
the corner of Ueretinia and Puuahou
To insuro punctuality, it Is requested
that passengers will, as far ac possible,
Join and leavo the cars at the corners of
They uro also respectfully cautioned
against attempting to enter or alight
from tho ears whilst In motion; to see
that the tieUt handed to them m return
for their fare is aetually torn from the
driver's stiii lo retain that ticket dur.
jug the journey, and to destroy It on
leaving the car. Dec.2U 88
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