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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. IM JANUARY 19, 1889.
By order of the Minister of Inte
rior scaled tenders will be received nt
the office of the Road Supervisor, for
the shoeing of Government Mules
and Horses for 0 months from Feb
ruary 1, 1885), nt mi much per head
per month. Said shoeing to be done
in a faithful and workmanlike man
ner. Tenders to be opened January
25th, nt 10 o'clock A. ji.
II. F. HEUBAKD,
Knad Kupei visor, Honolulu.
Honolulu, .Ian. 18, 18SD. 150 td
Pledged lo ncilhrr Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
SATUHuAY. JAN. 19, 1.S89.
HOV TO MEET A STORM.
A friend wishes us to ive a. dis
sertation on "dull times," espe
cially with the view of pointing out
the cause or causes thereof. We
are naturally veiy accommodating
to the ex lent of our limited powers,
but cannot comply in this instance.
We have tin inclination lelt to deal
further with this subject. From
time to tiinu we have written upon
it when nothing else came along to
fill up with, and have worked off
nearly as much stupidity in that
way as our local contemporaries and
the wise men at the street-corners,
until we have become heartily sick
of it. No, no, wo cannot be in
veigled into that theme tit present.
Defective street grading, underesti
mates for public works, and the Ala
kca street hydrants arc good live
stock subjects, always on hand in
case of need.
Now, why should we run into a
rague, unmeaning disquisition upon
the cause or origin of dull times? Is
it not belter to consider the prac
tical means of meeting the condition
which has come upon us? When
heavy weather comes on at sea, it is
not customary to discuss the origin
of wind, nor to make experiments to
ascertain whether the accumulation
of clouds is caused by germs, or
spores, or diseased organisms, or a
plethora of moisture not by any
means. Everybody knows that the
ocean is subject to the complaint,
and that strict economy alone can
preserve the vessel fioni total loss. ,
The cxpeuditiiie, therefore, is re
duced in good time, that is, you get'
under close-reefed canvas as speed-'
ily as possible, aud make all snug
until the gentleman with the bellows'
is out of wind.
Dull times will come in these trop
ical latitudes as well as everywhere
else, and. the first and best thing to
do is to prepare for them by econ
omy. Unfortunately, many thought'
. less people did not take timely pre-
caution when times were more pros
perous. They llared up like rock
ets, nnd lived at least as high as
their income. They carried on all
top ropes, flying kites below and
aloft, splicing the main brace a
dozen times in a dog-watch, until
they were suddenly taken aback by
a heavy squall of depression. Their
main stay went like a carrot, smoth
ered all their sticks, aud the liisl
sea of adversity that came over the
bows sent them neck and crop into
the lee-scuppers of the Insolvent
Court, where they aie holding on
like grim death to a rope, without u
cent in their pockets or a feather to
Well, all right; the past cannot
ho recalled nor changed. It is folly
to mourn over it. The flush days of
high price sugar, more employment
than men, and plentiful cash, aie
gone, Here wo tiro in a statu of de
pression, trade stagnant, employ
ment scarce, and many of us with
out a nickel to call our own. Then
let us tuko in canvas uiiil gut under
close-reefed piiddiiig-biigs as quickly
its possible put fi th our host ef
forts to adapt ourselves cheerfully to
our circumstanced, At the bame time
we request tlio'-u gentlemen who arc
constantly complaining about the
dull times to ceasu from troubling,
!ke Uio nicked, and let us poor
weary mortals bo u(. rest,
"What is your imiue'f" asked a
gentleman of an lMiglis.li waiter in
uti up-tuwn icstauraii!. "Jl'o&tmr,
sir," 'Very upmopiiiitc, J, blip,
poso you'ru called that buuiuisu
Jrouro Jittijcil bo oftou,"
WAIALUA SHOOTIKQ CASE.
THE .TtlHY KKTfnX A VKUWCT
OtH1.Tr A0A1XRT KOnf.l'.TSOX.
The Court resumed at 1 o'clock.
John Kcntiic, sworn: I wotkod
for Kohcilsoti about 1 1 months.
Was there on October l.'l. Know
Magoncy. lie was on the lanch.
Ho got there about H:tfO. or I
o'clock. Robertson got there at
5:l10. A. Campbell aud Kcaloha
were there. Had supper a little af
ter six. All five ate suppir. Mayo
ney and Robertson had words. Ma
goney said Robertson did not give
him a good description of the horses.
Robertson got up and told him to
get out of the house. Roth arose.
Next saw Robertson under the stove.
I got Magoncy, pushed him out and
shut the door. Campbell began to
cut the shirt off Robertson to dress
his wounds. Robertson told mc to
get brandy and Hour, and also a dry
shirt. When 1 came back 1 heard
Robertson cry out, "You keep away
or L will shoot." 1 heard this twice.
Then I heard a shot. 1 opened the
door and on looking out saw Mago
goncy walk around the yard. I
turned back and then went out and
began to talk to Magoncy. lie said
"You are a fine man to let Robeit
son shoot me." I went around
house and got shingles and we
bound up his arm. Saw his arm
hanging loose. Robcitson called
the Chinaman to light a lamp, and
sent the native after a horse. Ma
goncy walked inside the dining-room
and sat down, baw he was going
to faint and threw water on his face.
He came to Magoncy said he might
as well have shot him in the heart
and bo done with it. Tied his arm
up as well as wu could. Put horse
in cart; when 1 cauic back bandage
was loose, tied it up again and
brought him to town, to Dr. Trous
seau's then to the hospital. Did
not sec gun in Robertson's hands.
Gun is usually kept behind the door
in Robertson's bedroom. After the
affair I found one barrel foul and
Cross-examined: Magoncy had
been drinking, and was quarrelsome.
Robertson was cut on head by the
trouble in the stove corner. I put
Magoncy out of door to verandah
and shut the door. Robertson ask
ed me if he had gone, and 1 said,
yes. 1 knew by the sound of his
voice that Robertson was coinins
nearer me when he spoke the second
lime saying, "stay away or I'll
shoot." This brace is from a rack
I used to hang my saddle on. It
was in its place in the stoop to one
sleeping room. At 5:30 I hung my
saddle on it. It was in kitchen
when I went to Honolulu. There
were no lights lit when we sat down
to supper, it was just getting dusk.
Lights were lighted when we
brought Magoncy in. It was moon
light. Gun belonged to the house
luild. I use it, so do the others.
It habitually stands behind Robert
son's door. Magoncy said "I will
cut the liver out of you, j'ou s
of a b ." He said this as he was
leaving when put out of the house.
He said this to Robertson. The
Chinese were in from work. Their
sorghum knives arc heavy butcher
knives. The shot was after Robert
son called and the second time.
Only one shot was fired. Remember
when Col. Ashford was there.
Things were the same then as when
the shooting took place, nothing had
Augus Campbell, sworn: Work
for Robertson. Had supper that
night shortly after (J o'clock. All
sat down together. During supper
some discussion arose about hoises
at Gay's. Robertson told Magoney
to mind his own business. They
got up and Robertson was not pro
perly up when Magoncy pushed him
over on the stove. I cut open shirt
of Robertson, and John went for a
dry shirt. Robertson asked if Ma
goney was gone and John said yes.
Saw Robertson get gun, he got it
after he cried out. Robertson back
ed inside and grabbed gun, he was
just inside the door. Magoney was
with one foot on the veranda. Ma
goncy said "I am shot." Native
and I went for horse, did not notice
where native was during the shoot
ing. Cross-examined by Mr. Paul
Neumann : Robertson was standing
at the bedroom door. Retime was
inside getting a shirt, and brought
it out. Thu door that Reuiiiu put
.Magoney out of was that of the
kitchen opening on the veranda.
Magoney was well liked on the
ranch. When I went in on veranda
bcdiooin door was open. Robertson
had not a gun when I ucnl in, I
saw Robertson take the gun from
the- corner behind the d'ior. Ilo
told Magoncy to go away or ho
would shoot hiui, Robertson hacked
into the room, when hu why Mago
ney coming. (To the Court) I wont
into thu loom alter Robertson, He
warned Magonuy a second time be
fore taking the gnu, Hu blood near
llio door just inside when lie Hied,
(To a Juror) aftor RoberUon told
.Magoney at thu first lo leave thu
premises, and nflnr tint upsutt'ng
oyer thu stove, Robertson said,
"Can't any of you fellows help
me," Thuro was no curbing or foul
laiiKlliigu used by ItoliurUoii before
Kenlolm, sworn; 1 worked for
Robertson at Waiiilua, Was there
lliglit of bliootiug, Had supper at
(1 o'clock, Uiider&tiind n llUlo Eng
lish, Troulilu nrnao between Louis
and Ituhcrlbon at supper, hut 1
didn't know what dUmitc was about,
J. mil Jumped up nnd pushed Kob
crtsoH oyer tho Move, 4 remained
seated but others got up and picked
Robertson up. After Robertson got
up he told Louis to go out of llio
house. I was there till I finished
my supper. Thcso men were run
ning about and hilling the tabic, aud
I looked after the table. Robertson
was scalded and others were rubbing
him with beer, oil, etc. After they
got through Robertson started for
the bedroom and just after that the
gun went off. Immediately after
ward Magoney camo in with his nrm
broken off and blood running, and
1 got lightened and ran off. When
gun went off 1 was at table, not eating
but looking out tor llic tauie. (.10
n jutoi) Iroin time Robertson was
helped until gun went off must have
been live minutes. Was a good deal
of excitement, men seemed quite
angry. Heard only one shot. When
Louis came back from Waialua he
was under influence of drink, and I
think that was cause of trouble. Be
lieve he was under influence because
lie was very talkative contrary to
his usual habit.
Mr. Neumann having declined lo
cross-examine witness, now objects
lo Mr. Peterson resuming examina
tion after having rested.
Cross-examined by Mr. Neumann :
Know row took place, although was
at supper, because we three (wit
ness, Rctinic and Magoney) were
there. Robertson went into bed
room. I was there all the time until
gun went off. 1 was very much
frightened, and was in yard till
Robertson called me to get a horse.
Dr. F. L. Miner, sworn: Re
member August 14 tit. Called for
injuries to Robertson. Met him in
street opposite Hawaiian News Com
pany. Went back with him to your
olllc'e (V. V. Ashford's). Found
three parallel scratches on left side
ot his head, bleeding, and mark as
of a scald on the back of the head.
Scratches might have been caused
by a fall, or by blows from an in
strument. They were siilliciently
severe to require diessing.
J. R. Robertson, defendant sworn:
Heard evidence of doctor. Got
scratches described by him from
being thrown down by Magoney.
Trouble between Magoney and I
arose from my checking him for
using bad language at the table. I
did not check him with an axe handle
or use violence. He got up before
l knew wliat lie w:i doing and cap
sized me over the -love. When I
got up the boy.- weie putting Ma
goney out of the iloor. Magoncy
came back and said, "You white-
hearled s of a b , I'll take liver
out of you." I went into the room.
Did not know where Magoncy went.
1 asked boys if they were sure he
was gone, as I did not want to take
any chances with him. Then heard
his voice finm his loom saying he
would cut thu liver out of inc. Heard
him coming and out, sung "Don't
come near mc, for I won't let you
cut the liver out of me." He was
still coining and sung out the same
warning again. After the second
warning I pushed the door back a
little to reach the gun, took the gun
and lit ed. He had one foot on the
veranda when I lired. It was about
dusk. I was probably a little ex
cited. The Chinaman's place was
just behind, and I was afraid Ma
goney went in their to get a knife,
as he talked of culling my liver out.
It was my impression that he was
coining with a knife, Was certainly
afraid at his threats, that's why I
told him to keep away and why I
got the gun. 1 had no other idea
lhan that he was coming back to
carry out his threat. What I called
out first time was, '"Don't you come
here or I'll shoot." He was then
five or six yards away, second time
he had onu foot on veranda and ap
proaching while be made threats.
Alter I fired I went out and helped
Magoney all I could, and he was
abusing me all the time. Picked
up what Magoney dropped. It waB
that stick (lying on the desk), a
brace of the saddle rack. Things
at place are in same position as
when occurrence took place. Can
not say positively on which side of
the door blood is. It is piobably
Magoney's blood, lie was four feet
from the door when shol, that is the
width of the veranda.
Cross-examined by Mr. Whiting:
I was not drinking spirits that day.
Am not positive whether I loaded
the gun at that time or not. Did
not take the gun up again, Angus
did. Heard Magoney abusing mo
in a loud voice, spoke in a rapid
stream and high tone of voice, used
every bad term he could. 1 imme
diately concluded on hearing his
threat of cutting that he was coining
back with a knife. Firt time I saw
M'lgcuey prior to shooting hu was
four or llvo yards away. Am not
aware I iibcd any "cuss words" at
thu table. (To Mr, Neumann) I
mean by "that tiinu" that thu gun
might iiavu been loaded bulore, I
could not be positive whether I
loaded gun after giving warning or
not, Think it was already loaded,
Hell witli cartildgcs was hanging in
kitchen. Carried no cm (ridges in
my pouket, Jlotweon Magoney's going
out mid coming back was about (Ivu
minutes, Did not go to llio Kitchen
in (hat interval (To a Juror) there
were several axe handles In litujicn,
nut far from the dining room table,
(To Ale, Whiting) do not keep ""V
cartiidgus neni' (lio gnu, (To thu
I'ouit) door where shot was fired
clown from Inside,
,1, J Kckardli uworili J mil In
charge of Quern's Hospital. Know
Mngoiiuy, lie was In hospital live
weeks, His temper is rather fiery
mid Pxullidjo, Ho was rjUhor re
fractory patient. Magoney made a
remark when 1 was present in room,
when his brother and Mr. Flohr
were there, that "If Robertson
hadn't got that shot nt me, lie would
have been wearing a wooden over
coat by this time." He spoke so
loud that I had to nsk him not to
disturb other patients.
Ciosscd-cxaiuined by Mr. "Whit
ing: That remark was made about
a week after Magoney came to lios
.pital. He was not suffering more
pain than was to be expected from
nature of injuries. Dressing with
caibolic acid does not cause irrita
tion, that is, until suppuration be
gins ; it began in this case about ten
days after admission.
Thomas Maloney, sworn: Was an
inmate of Queen's Hospital when Ma
goncy was there. Remember when
Flohr and Magoney's brother were
there. Conversation was so loud
that I told them to go out of the
hospital. I have hail private conver
sations with Magoney. Heard his
reference to "wooden ovoicoat," do
not remember other conversations of
V. V. Ashford, sworn: 1 went
down to premises where shooting
occurred. This is approximately
correct plan. I did not measure
distance from door to verandah
step, it is about live or six feet.
Found blood on jamb of door and
maik of quite a pool of blood on
floor, not as if rubbed on but as if
it had spurted there. Don't remem
ber whether step to verandah was
high or low step. Magoney's bed
room door is perhaps thirty feet
from Robertson's, but the rooms
themselves are no more than fifteen
feet apait. Saw cartridge belt hang
ing where Robertson said it was.
Forget whether I saw the gun or
not. (To a juior), as a matter of
opinion I don't think two barrels
could go off at a slioit distance and
sound liku one discharge.
Cross-i'xaniuieil : Have in my ex
perience lired two barrels together.
Never mistook two for one at slmit
distance. My impression is that I
did not examine outside of door.
Mr. Neumann addiessed the jury
for the defense, beginning at ii:-l'2
p. m. He claimed that the evidence
showed that Magoney had brought
his injury upon himself by his vio
lence, his threats against Capl. Rob
ertson and, so far as the latter be
lieved, his attempt to execute those
threats. There were conflicting
statements in the testimony for the
prosecution, which made the case
belter for the defendant. Among
all Hu oilier witnesses for the prose
cution nunc had supported the state
ment of Magoney thai Capt. Rob
ertson committed or attempted an
assault upon biin with an axe han
dle. Mr. Eckhardt's evidencu show
ed that Magoney was a man of vio
lent temper, and that it had been his
intention, according to bis own
words, to do serious injury to the
Captain and perhaps take his life.
Reasonable ground was established
for believing that Robertson was in
actual bodily fear, aud it did not re
quire that a man should be a coward
to defend himself as Robertson had.
The defense had nothing to do with
thu witnesses for the prosecution,
but not one of these would testify
that more than one shot had been
lired, except Dr. Mclubbiii who said
that from the natuie of the wound
there must have been two shots
lired. There was no surgeon whoso
diagnosis or opinion on a patho
logical question he would more
readily accept than that ol Dr. Mc
Kibbin, but in the gunning matter
he considered the theory of two
shots was irreconcilable with the
evidence of eyewitnesses. There
were two gunning men on the jiuy
who perhaps could explain bow shots
lrotn a single discharge could have
penetrated Magoney's foot, his shoul
der and his cheek at that short
range. Perhaps Magoney was in
the act of stooping to mount the
verandah aud being a small man the
focus was reduced so as to admit of
thu wounds described. Counsel
commented upon the testimony in
detail, lo show that Magoney
brought the damage upon himself
by his criminal conduct, and that
Robertson was fully justified in
shooting him to protect himself
against what he feared was to be a
dangerous and serious assault. The
contradictions of and inconsisten
cies in Magoney's own evidence
were such as should take it alto
gether out of their consideration,
He testified that he never set foot
upon the Iloor of (hat house after he
was put out, or walked out as he
said himself; yet it was clearly
proved that he was in the act of
stepping upon (lie verandah when
shot. That was why ho (counsel)
had asked about the blood: it was
shown to be on the verandah and on
the door jambs, and was undoubt
edly Magoney's, After being warn
ed off the premises on account of
Ids violent conduct, it would have
berved him right if hu had lost his
Mr, Whiting addressud the Jury
for llio Crown, beginning at I;!i0
o'clock. Ho briefly explained Ids
position in thu case, having been
asked only the previous uvuuing lo
nssist (ho Government, Thu ey.
douce of Magoncy and (ho other
employees, of Robertson at Hint
tilUU, WHS COUOlllbivu tO bllOW (llllt
Magntiuy was thu coolest nmii in (lie
wholo company. AW the others
wore excited, Roborison so inuoli
so (hal lie does not bcein tn huv(.
known wlial ho was doing, It seem
ed very Mriuigu that all (lie ctiring
was done by Maguucy, us moat muii
would And H )'rd lo bo culm lifter
receiving such a burn aq Robertson.
There was no doubt about Robert
son firing the shot tiiat injured Ma
goncy. The wholo caso converged
in the question whether Robertson
was justified in tho shooting, aud
the Court would instruct them as to
how far a man could go under tho
circumstances proved. lie submit
ted lo the jury that the fear of Ma
goncy gelling a knife was not the
cause of Robertson llring at Ma
goncy. A man with a gun in ids
hand should know how to use it,
when to use it and that at the last
moment, and he submitted that de
fendant did not exercise the judg
ment required, but was guilty of the
assault here charged.
Judge Rickerton began charging
the jury at 4:35. There was now
no doubt as to the defendant's hav
ing fired the gun and wounded Ma
goncy. It was for them to decide
whether more than one shot had
been fired ; he had no theory to of
fer them. He charged them that
the affair in the kitchen did not war
rant defendant in taking the gun ;
that trouble had been all over and
p:.st. The only defense tenable
was that here employed, that is, the
theory of self-defense. His Honor
cited the law as laid down and
adopted by this Court, to the effect
that before a man uses a deadly
weapon on another lor self-protection,
he must make an honest at
tempt to escape from the threaten
ed violence. He complied with tho
request of the defense in charging
them that the shooting was justifia
ble if Robertson was reasonably ap
prehensive of danger of being killed
or receiving grievous bodily harm,
and this uven if it turned out after
ward that there was no actual dan
ger. It was for the jury, however,
to consider all the circumstances
and therefrom find whether Robert
son had reason to be in fear of his
iifu being in danger, and in that
ca-e if lie had the opportunity of
escaping from the threatened in
jury without using deadly means of
The juty retired at -1:50 to con
sider their verdict. At 5:03 they
returned with a verdict of guilty,
Mr. Neumann noted an exception
to the verdict and gave notice of
motion for a new trial.
His Honor deferred passing sen
tence until Monday morning.
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
By LEWIS J. LEVEY.
Auction Sale of
Slationery, Mc, Goods,
ISidunco nf Oooils left from to day's sale,
will he sold tln ever iiif:,'
Commencing at 7 o'clock.
1Y nnli'i- of .limes Campbell, I will
J m l.ii r'nli'lu Auction, at my Sales.
IUU11I8, on Queen ttleet,
On THURSDAY, the 7th day of Feb
Vt I'Z o'clock noon of that dny
Tho following propei ly dlhtrubivil for
rent Mom Ihr more of A. M. lluwetl.
The properly ilistiuiiied bolus;
LEWIS .7. LEVEY,
Ilunohilu, Jan. Ill, 188''. 151 Id
Money to Loan.
(JjQK AAA to loan, in Bums of not
JpOUj JJJ Iob than $1,000 each,
upon Bii'isfnctory frcurllv.
wm. o. smith,
0 Foil Street.
Honolulu, Jan. 18, 188!), 151 lit
TVI ItS, McGregor having returned
LtI from Han fiimulscn after tin ah.
si'iico of H iiioiUliH wishes In tn ft nil her
pn i oris nnd the pulilht in fjemnil Diut
hIiu In now proptti'ed to icsimiu her
foiinnr position its budleii Nuihu. Apply
atUU lintel stit-H. IDllw
IjMIOM H, JIucKfuld
X' it Co,'h yaul a
DurW Hrown Mure, nil
fuel while nml iljjhi
ear bnlll. A luwuru
will to given to iinynim reluming mime
ui If, 11AOKFKW) A CO,
VOll SALI3 or LEASE
(JOTTAUK lately neon,
iilid by Mr, lluuiey Or,
ileiisteln, ultuulu on JJminu
Mice!, between (lie miHiMoim nf Jloiw,
(, , lllslinp, Jutiien CiiHiphell mul tf, It,
pole, near Kiiinui 8u.imri'. Nn iiIriki
nmito'l, mi iIiiMi iiu turn imtehivj. Only
u fuw mliiulcy wulk o I hu new site fur
tlm UcmihI iJiiiuti Oluirch. iNii irqmwny
ems wanted, Anily in
'.tf, g. OUNIJA,
M8 If PiiionSalpou,
IKf?" ' " "'
Is Reserved For The
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE
Chas. J. Fishel
Programme of Races
March 16th, 1889
Kapiolani Park !
No. 1. Knnniiii; It-ice, J.f nii'e dual',
1'iiz- Fur llawiiiim 1 reil
h sx, 4 yeaiB ol t, to ci-iy 15
No. 2 liumiing R:ici 1 mile ibisli,
t'ruu For lliiwiiiiuu IiiliI
horsusiipto Ijy a s old, to carry
1 10 pounds.
No. t5. Tiiitlinjj and P icing Hi.e , 1
mile lti-.li. I'ri.e For lln.
wniiaii lir il hoiu4. Kyeiiibo dj
10 liuniCM- aud to niks.
-Kunuing It tee, l'.f mite i'a-li
Prize Fur II iwaiiitn In 1
horses under 7 yew? olit, iMtch
Free to ill).
1 inili: nnd re
No. 0. Kumiiug Itiire, if milo dti'-li.
Fin llawniin hud
j ears old, (trih
8. Kuniiiiie; Hice. nnle dali,
Ptize Fir lli.viti an litcil
hnisi"1, 4 3 1 no old, eateli
9. Trouble: Itaee lo I ton 0 it. 1
mile d i.h, Pil.i For II .
wailan tired ho hes Free to till.
It ii e 1 tn le ibn-lt,
- I O llll. Uilllll lllill
ta.t o.ii. o u-n 115
11. Trotting llnce, 1 mile dnslt,
Prize For all horsed lliat
never beat 3 minutes.
12 Pony Hire, 1 nii'e dash. P ize
- For llawai'a i lired
lioniei-, !l icul'j old, not over 14
13 Troitbip Haca to Road Carl, 1
mile dash, Prize Free to
14. Illumine; Huce, 1 milo dash,
Prize Free lo ull.
All prizes will be paid lo Kldcr or
Driver?, Cup lo iiwihti.. No Ptofes.
sioatil Jockeys nlh.w d.
Entries lo uu made before k'ti'unluy,
Mareu ', 180, ul 4 i. m.
ST Subject to change,
J. A. CUMMINS.
Honolulu, January 10, m. 111
THEO. P. SEVERIN,
line taken the Studio formerly occupied
by A. A. Mmittiun, eniner of Klnj;
mid Fuit Htreeta, und in pre
pared to take
PICTURES IN ANY STYLES J
I'llntliiK llono lor AnmttturH,
Cabinets $6 a Doz, Work Guaranteed,
IS&T Kiitiiineii on Fort Hlieet, u
12 i tf
dpr uliainiiapu !
Hjmt'UUiiK-, TiiYiproi'iii' liltf,
1011 HAM5 ON,V II V
Hawaiian Tramways Co,
OPENING OF THE
King Street Line
I'or any IHNtnnrc.
The Cms will (.(iniiiicnee tunning ou tho
following schedule time,
On Tuesday, Jan. 1st
Leave fllllc Kange.
15.00 A. M.
7 tlO "
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0 :io "
11. ISO "
i-.'.:io r. m.
1 .0 "
7 Oi "
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Leave Chinese Thcat.
0.30 . si.
i tin "
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12.S0 r. ir.
4 ao "
a. on '
li 3" "
7 :i5 "
Th 7.0'i p. m. irniii iln Killn Itange
will e M-eoiii t nf I'eii-l nhi mil Pu.
iiilio l -noits 7.00 !. m.
EXT1U O.VUS ill itiii on SATURDAY
FllOM Itll'I.E Kanuis 11.00 A. M., 2.00
p. .r. and 0.00 i. u.
Fuom Chinese Thisatiik 11. !!0 a. u.,
2 30 1-. it. and :U0 r. m.
eurjr jy :
Ciub iii leave con or of Urtetania
street mid I'uutiholl ut 0.00, 0.30. 10.00
ami iu.;iu a. it.,
Every half hour
9.05 l'. m., and
ft otu 0.05 a.
Every half hour fiom O.ur;
0.35 r. M.
To biHirti punctuality, it iHrcquettid
that piiBFengiira will, as far t.B poshlblo,
join nnd leave tho cam at lite corner ol
Tin y are aUo reaped fully cautionrd
i;uint iiltcmptlnu; lo enter or alight
from the earn whilst in motion.
The Best Company
Life Insurance Co.,
Olf IV10W YORK.
Richard A, HcCurdy, President.
Tho Largest Company In Ilia Worjd
The Oldest Company in the U, 8,
It Gives the Most Liberal I'oliolca
Pays the Lamest Dividends,
UlaliiiB paid (o pulley holder in ,u
Hawaiian UliitnU, durliif! the
past It'll iciire,
Oyer W lOO.OOOOO.
U3T Yor rulCH, apply jo
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((mural AkU, lluiioiulu. JJawailau