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DAILY BULLETIN": HONOLULU, If. I., FBBRUAK7 5, 8S9.
Sealed teudrrs will bo iccoiveil nt
thu Interim Office- until WEDXES
DAY, Ma.v 15th, 1SS0, ut 12 n'cloi I.
noon, f.ii furnishing n supply of
Water Pipes imil Fittings for Hie
Wnteivvoiks of Honolulu, Itilo, Wai
luku niul Kolon.
Speciliciitionfi can be seen at Hip
oflieo of tlioSuppiintcntlentof Public
All tenilois tmift he for the mate
rial 1p1ipipcI on the wharf nt Uono
lulu; Cuctutn House entries to ho
made by (inveinnient.
The Miiiislct of the Interior doe
not hind himself to neeept the lowest
01 any hid.
L01MUN A. TIUJUSTON,
Minister of the Interior,
luteiior Olllee, Feh. 5, lSSi).
Holdoia of vvnter privileges aie
licroby notilied that llie bonis foi
ubing water for ungating purposes
arc ftom 0 o'clock (o 8 o'clock a. m.,
and frutn I o'clock to G o'clock i si.
All those found -violating lhenboe
notice will he liable to hac then
privilege cut oh" without, fuitliei
notice. (.'HAS. It. WILSON,
Supt. Honolulu Wuti'iwoiks.
Honolulu, Feb. f, 1NSU. Iu7 2
rr j to
ilu f lulls fin
Pledged to neither Sect nor Patty,
But established for the benefit of all.
TUESDAY, FEB. .", 1889.
Prompt and regular repairing of
streets and roads once made has, in
the past, been geneially neglected
in this country. A stieel or road
lias been macadamised at consider
able expense, and then left to take
care ot itself, repans being thought,
of only when the thoioughfaie had
reached a stage to lequirc rc-mak-ing.
Timely attention Tvoukl have
saved much money and moie dis
satisfaction. The adoption of the
system in .vogue in some other coun
tries, of having men legulaily in
ehaigc of loads once made, to at
tend to repairs immediately they are
needed, was advocated in the col
umns of the Bulletin' several years
ago. No notice was then taken of
the recommendation, and the public
have suffered the consequence. But
we are infonned that something is
being done, or is about to be done,
of the natuic advocated. The sys
tem has, on long trial, been found
to work satisfactorily elsewhere.
We see no leason why it should not
do so here. A man permanently
employed and held responsible for
all repairs on the section of road in
his charge, is the surest and cheap
est way known of keeping road&
once made in good order. AVoiue
pleased to hear that the autliontics
recognise the necessity of doing
something of the kind.
The making of loads by contract,
which is commonly if not usually
done in other countiics, is nuothei
matter which lias been advocated
by the Bulletin. We arc not awaic
that the Government has any inten
tion of adopting this suggestion, but
we believe that it would be a wise
thing to do, both saving money and
getting better roads. Contiaclors
can do the work for less money and
in one-half the time.
EditouBi i.LEiiN: Going out last
night nt half past eight I found tho
sticetH lighted, but, coining homo at
1 o'clock Egyptian darknebs icigned
ami not a spark of the electric light
was to bo seen.
Now Mr. Editor, even if joti do
not know everything you may bo able
to infoiiu tho public whether the
eleotrio lights ouch night went out
or whether It was put nut; and
furtlior j If it wont out, why it wont
out: or if it wtiu putout, why it was
I uiii not tho AiitUiiiimim who lm
mint you mm nl uoniiiiiiiiluotlQiiluiL
I lioluug lo tho uniiiig of tho Anil'
Khniinifcui, niul tnuinfoiuklgn myself,
I UOMl'S JW8WEB TO Q,
U. WMVlUtliWi " li i nut uttM'
titty m mmm m m jihmwwi. j
truly invito him lo nti exchange ot
ideas In n way becoming gentle
man." 1 did not know until 1 snw It in
Mr. G.'s loller Hint I ever indulged
in tiny expression by word or pen
utibocotninR a gentleman 1 aim to
give no one pain from anything per
KOiml 1 may say. But the rum
question beyond doubt, is a strong
question and the ureal curse of the
age, and it must no ileaii vviiu iruin
fully, linnly and plainly. So when
discussing principle I beg the privi
lege of acting as a gentleman and
calling tilings by their right names
and plain enough to bo understood,
I don't like to insinuate or hint at a
thing, and say Heaven when I mean
Hell lesl 1 bo misunderstood. It
may ound harsh but my meaning is
clear and that ii the objective point.
I don't call those that differ from
ine "obstructionists," "gluttons,"
and "hypocrites," as G sometimes
docs, but by plain pointed argu
ments dressed in tiulbful woids to
show my subject plainly, and if tine
no one should object.
tlf,lf I was a politician and wanted
an olllee and had the wisdom and
tact of a Talleyrand, 1 would speak
no haish word against any person er
thing however much they may de
seiveit. lest some should take of
fence at the exposure of their hobby,
and 1 in consequence lose voles.
But fortunately for me 1 have at
tained to my highest ambition in
olllee. I am a member of a Hoad
Board, where I am allowed the
privilege of "woiking for nothing
and finding myself" and I conscien
tiously work to impiove the roads.
I work for nothing when wilting to
improve the currency, the schools
and social standing of the people.
IIowcer, it is more ot a recrea
tion than a labor as when tired with
plantation circs I often lest by
writing upon some public question.
As I am one of the sovcieigns of the
kingdom 1 deem it my duly to ex
amine public questions and cxpicss
my views upon them in such lan
guage as I deem easily understood.
I have no object in view but im
provement and must always uige
impioveincnt in temperance as well
I confess for want ot space and
trusting to the intelligence of my
readeis, who know the tiuth as well
as I do. I hae sometimes used
onlyapaitof the truth as a hint,
which I deemed sufficient.
To illustrate: A blunt lime :i"o,
when wiiting upon the teinpeiancc
question I named Honolulu "the
mammoth i um hole of thekingdum."
This expicssion standing by it
self seems harsh, but all know it to
be true, for Honolulu imports most
of the liquois and in distributing it,
euiscs every plantation and every
producing business in the kingdom
besides she heads the list in the
number of drimkaul lactones.
'flic above being tine does not
procntthc following which J left
out from also being tiue, .. : That
Honolulu heads the list in temperance
effoitand in c cry good woik moial,
pliilanllnopic, and intellectual, the
gieat. as well as the good of the
kingdom mostly live in Honolulu,
and honored leprcsentathes of most
nations aie to be found theie.
Met chants, as keen, capable, and
honest, as can be found any where,
reside in Honolulu aie an honor and
a blessing lo the kingdom.
These and many moie truths of a
like natuic exist as well as tho un
pleasant facts fust named.
(To he continued.)
THE VOLUNTEERS' PRIZE.
A pri.e of Fic Pounds Sterling
for the best account of some inci
dent connected with volunteering.
jwaricd 10 nir. liieo. j. meugc,
Portland-place, Herefoul, for the
account of the Hawaiian revolution
given below. Commended: Pii
vate F. W. Bendy, 2nd Oxfoid
Hide Volunteers, and 1'iivatc A. I.
Moblett, ,ld London Rifles.
I HI. LAI I. HAWAIIAN 111. VOLUTION
AMI I 111. HONOLULU KIl'l.l.-s.
My aim is to give a shoit account
of the doings of the Honolulu Bides
dining the late Hawaiian Involution
of June and July, 1887, and my
limited space forbids my going into
the events which led to the asscition
of the lights of the white lesidcnts
of Hawaii at a gieat meeting in
Honolulu on June tiOth, 1887. Tho
Honolulu Hille-, aie a battalion of
about tin ee hundred volunteers, or
ganised according to United Slates
army tactics and consisting of font
companies. Tho members aio drawn
f i oin amongst the white icsidenta In
Honolulu, and in tho battalion we
havo Butish, Aineiicaus, Germans,
Colonials, and l'oituguese, who aio
handed together for the safely of
tho community mid thu pioteetiou of
the lights of tliosu who have, iii.ulo
Hawaii their adopted country. Wo
stood always shoulder to shoulder,
because wo wished to hcoour adopt
ed country jiruporous, mid all
thought of dillorence ol natioimlily
wa kiink in the loiuoiiibrmieo that
w weio tlio Honolulu liillc. I nth
pi oimI to Miiy that wu iihluhiml
uiioujjh lo yivu ouTy in)inUo of
)iojioilly to l lu Iviiitydmu, and o
iiiiHiiiii gowl mid upiltfht novum
moil mill loftiklatlun fur tho fiiimo.
flill' liiullu U fiiiiiiifier unifim, uiul
fur ily uiul ubI Imfinu Jiiiid
IKUli) vsw liu'l Ijmii iiiuiw ilmn ufil
uui'lly Uuu l tlml utuito, umj huil
mu mijl in l'" olM wui i u
WMIWil'l HAW- Whwili mi Juuv
Mill, i 1 1 ilW i in., llm tmlvi Ml
yivvu m m im lu ikMuMt
not n limn missing. All of us were
In full lighting order, carrying lille
and vcvolvcr,aiul ainniunilion. With
tho exception of ouo company told
olf lo take possession of tho Govern
ment Buildings, tho battalion form
ed a cordon lound tho armory to
guard against threatened attacks by
the native troops. This precaution
effectually prevented any such attack
being made, and at the close of the
meeting the battalion was dismissed,
with the exception of the patrols.
About t) p. in. the same evening
seciot oulers were sent to a few of
the members of the corps, slating
that the ex-premier was attempting
lo escape by sea, and as there were
several icasons why he should he
detained, twenty or thiity of us
were posted on the wharves, pati oil
ed the harbor in boats, and kept tho
c-prcmicr in his house under
guai d, throughout the night. At
daylight the haibor scnliics and
patrols wcio dismissed, and at (i:!10
a. m. thinly 1st; wo wuo were
mounting gtiaul over the e-pieinier
(six of us) weio also relieved. Wc
wore not at rest even after our
seventeen hours active sonlry-duty,
for at 7 a. m. tho whole battalion
was ouleied out, tho town placed
under martial law, and the ex-pie-mier
and two olhcis who weie at
tempting to escape by the Austra
lian .steamer just auivod, were ar
lcsled and lodged in a tompoiary
guard-house a sugar warehouse on
one of the whaives. Scntiiesweie
posted, and a coidon of the lilies
drawn round tho above warehouse,
keeping clear a distiict extending
some distance on all sides of it.
This state of alhiiis lasted all day,
and at noon, a number of ladies of
the town came down to the guaul
housc, bringing lefresliinenls for
llioir dusty, hungry fathers, bioth
ers, husbands, losers, and fellow
citi.ens. It is needles to say that
wc appieeiatod this substantial
lecognition of our services, and
while the stiictest older was kept,
and the cordon maintained intact,
every m.ui was in turn leliovcd, to
allow of his being forfeited and
cheered by the smiles (and piovisions
of coarse) of our fair fellow-citizens.
At sundown tliothtcc men under ar
lest weie escorted by the battalion
lo the cx-piemier's house, which
adjoins the Government Buildings,
and were there kept under guard for
the night, and afteiwaids icmovod
to the jail. One half the battalion
was then dismissed, and tho remain
der, of whom I was one, quaitcied
in the Government Buildings for
the night, and altei guaids had been
posted and patiols fold off, we weie
again lefieshod by the presence of
some of our lady citizens, and by
the substantial lalions served to us
by them. After this our fair fiicnds
weie escorted beyond the sentries,
and we weie left to make the best
of the floor of the Legislative Assembly-
Hail, by way ol beds, liven
if our couch had been moie luxur
ious it would not have made much
dilference to us, foi we could only
take two or llnee moments' lest now
and then (no sleep), as we weie con
tinually on the aleit mounting and
retiiing guard and on picket
duly. After morning parade most
of the men in the Government
Buildings were dismissed, but
several of us weie still on duty
llieie and al the ex-premier's house,
and I had the honor of being the
last iclievcd, having been on active
duty forty-live bonis consecutively.
This happened at 11 a. in., July
2nd, when some of our conn ados
took our places in the capacity of
special police, and wo weie at
liberty to do our best to make up
for lost rest and iiregular rations.
This was managed fairly, as for
tunately July Hid was Sunday, and
cvoiytlung was quiet. The king
had piomiscd when the town was
under 111:11 tint law, that he would
accede lo all requests made at tho
meeting, and so, with the exception
of some who weie on special police
duly, the Honolulu Hifles became
again peaceable civilians. However
wo weie not to get all wo wanted
without "showing our teeth" once
more, for on Tuesday, July 3th, we
heard that His Majesty, Kalakaiia,
seemed disposed not to .sign the new
Constitution. When this reached
the ears of our chief, tho older to
assemble was immediately given,
and as before every man appeared
promptly in his place. We patrolled
the sheets all day, mid it seemed as
if this demonstration convinced the
king that we weie icady to take
what ho would not give us, for the
next day he signed the new Consti
tution and tho woik of the titles in
a 1 evolutionary direction was at an
end. Even when on military duty
ouo bees some amusing things, anil
the Into bloodless, though effectual
and complete 1 evolution afforded
ouo or two such incidents. When
on night duty wo hud unlet u to stop
mtd examine every ptissengei mid
vehicle that might pass our posts.
During the Light of July lt, 11
Chiiisinmii, driving a wuggou loaded
with vegetables, attempted to pass
one of our faQiitiiuo in tho hqiiiiru
near tho (ioveiiiineiit Hiilldhigt lifter
hoiiiu clitillPiitfi'i, Tho kcnliy of
ciiiii'ne hroiifjlil hi illlu lo "(-'Iiiiiud
IJuyiinnU." Thu iinliiuky Culimiliil
fcuw hi inUtulii) lou lutu In mill up
iiuiqio in iiuriu nun immivou u vury
illtfht piluli from tliu Imytiiinl'iuiiiil.
Tilt uiilfiml iiiuumlliiU'ly ttuilml nil
UHH'fMlllull uiiiiul uiul 1 mi ml I liy
iimu. wuimiiim, 4t4iii uiul Ill lgu)
Ut HUll ll0. TlHIUj MUD pill I lull!
Iii i)un liutu. uml m I'liiiMiimn riiln
ttiitili Imi Mflfr M pmiMiii'M I
eompllshed, and the new order of
things Hi inly established without
bloodshed, it seemed once or twice
to he a ease of "even chances"
whether wo should not have to fight
for what wc wanted, for thcic was
great opposition shown by many of
the natives, and with u less indo
lently disposed people than the 11a
vvaihitiB wo should have had much
dilllculty in gaining our ends. Tho
King and the moie cool-headed of
his advisers were anvious that there
should be 110 bloodshed if it could
be avoided, but there were quarlot
ed in tlte palace several bundled
armed natives, most of whom had
been hurriedly enlisted and accou
tred to supplement the tegular native
troops. If tho king had not deemed
it wiser lo accede to all the demands
made, these men would gladly have
tiled conclusions with us, but as wo
weie far bettor drilled and discip
lined than they, such a Uial could
have had only one lcstilt. On the
first night niter the mass meeting
icfeiied to above, when theie weie
only twenty or thirty of the Billes
out on duty, the rashness of one of
the white lesidcnts was very near
being tho cause of a fight, in which
most of us then on duty must have
lost our lives, for the palace ganison
outnuinboied our patiol ot twenty
by more than ten to one. The man
man iefened lo, in p.issing the
Palace gates, filed his levolver twice
at the sentry there, without hilling
him. The ollleer of the day a half
white who was near the post al the
time, ordered the sentry not to 10
tuin the Hie, or to c ill out the
guai d, and his piomplitudc saved
the Honolulu littles' patiol from
being almost annihilated, as well as
saving the king and his troops from
the levenge that our eomiadcs would
have taken upon them for our los.
I hope that this shoit account of
some of the doings of he Honolulu
Hillcs, amongst whom theie are many
loyal British suhjeeis, may piove
inteiesling to my feTlow ccuntiyiiHii
in llei Majesty's Ucseive Toices.
SITU AT ION V A 4 T EI
YOUNG I'o tiiL'ii
n- Gill win Is a
fill I, oi lo do
Aihlrcss ' H. W'
position is niii-
p; nural ho senoil;.
. " III 1 1 i.ti.n ollice.
Will pi.utkc in the lovvi i rourU of the
Kingdom us ntimney, aiteinl to collect,
ing in all its lir.melics, renting of lioii'es
and any othei business cnli tinted to him.
Olllee 91 KiiiirSnu''t
. (r. 1-STOltY Hoiiso near
$$$ J-. corner ol King and A In
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lO.Mf ill Kiinrstuut.
ALL accounts g,iiu-t the reient o)cra
l)erloimnncc4 of P.itieiir v'' imiM
bc-ent iu to tbcofllcc of the iuulcri"iicil
on oi lmlore SATURDAY, llth in.t , or
the cannot be ilcoi;iiiiiI.
J. K. I1H0WN & CO.,
lffi fit 'M Mi ichunt sltcel.
Apply immediately lo
c i'.w:wi:k a co.
Dlt. OAY ha- cm nl lm iciilcnc
to the 'OIcl.-i.i I'li mi. !.,' No l'i
lleieliuifi Kircel, opp .site Uaulen L.ine,
nul hK ollice to llie collage ailjoining,
rJS&jSL A SIX.JIOOM Cottu-i
SKmfi'Sfi - Fnima strecl, o
" iyT-g .11)1111 .siiuiiie. Appi
,1. M. VIVAS,
Meicll Hit (-ticct.
FOll RA IAS
Lci-c mid lluilding
now n ia the "Yoscmito
,;. .1I1IT.3 M
LiiiBlSLiiJ Okllllllg ItlllK," bllUIKd Oil
Queen sti eel ne u liieh ird nuct. For
fin tin r pailienlais itiplv to
l.-.i tf Tuos. j:. wall.
FOR SAL1S or LEASE
a A nil iauij mieiy occu.
TVi - olid III- Mr. Iliiinci- Mi.
:ii-'&? ilcn-tdii, bituile on J.iiimu
hticit, lietiMcn 111 (i iimii-iniis of lions.
('. 1(. Bishop, James Campbell And h. I!
Dole, nun Kiiima Hijiuuu. No piniin
wanted, no diihi, no tnio patches. Only
n few minutes walk to tlie new hllo foi
the Cinital Union Chinch. No liaiuvvuy
enis vvanlctl. Apph to
K. ii. CUN1IA,
M8tr Union Saloon.
ON and iiflci Feluimry
II IsHi thu rtiuiuui
"LiliiiliKn" will dikiiiiitiniie
llUlliK ut ICi'Ulml, il i. Mu'ukill
ITii l WII.UKK N H. CO.
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Lovoy.
BY Older of Janus Cnni bell, I will
v-eil at Public Auction, nt lny Sakr
rooms, on Queen Mrrel,
On THURSDAY, tho 7th day of Feb
t lit o'clock noon ol'timt itny
The following piopcitv distrained for
leu' from I lt- s'nre if A M. HewcU.
The pioperiy d!ttiilnnl bcinn
1 & Ilrta Safe !
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Honolulu, .Inn 19, mp. lot til
L .1 I.evey.
Wilson & Cameron.
. ...A. W. FiUnn.
For One Night Only-
Saturday, Feb, 9th,
American & European Artists,
Will m ike their llrsi anil only ,ip.
peauiiKe n ioi to their de.
putnio lor Mm l''ianchco.
j latest inav of
I unit il bcfoio tin
up! ( onsiM of
i- composed of the
luknt tint ever up.
Wilson .V Cniuci'oii,
I In L'i nudv Ten m of the World.
Tiio Wondirs ol the Hllh Century in
theii gieat at I L Ilonmu's
1'llMOIl .V. t'.IIOl,
The Most Finished Vocalists it Comedy
JlibH Sliiy Oniiici'oii.
ThcQin.cn of girio Comiquu A: Song
mid Ounce Artiste.
The lieiutiml Cuntialto,
3! 1ns I.ce Karlt.
u Maivelou , the (iiciit, the Only
.tlons. io 'iiuc!ic.
Fjom the Clique du I:
PKaOES sis 5J81JAJL,
l'o pl.m will open nt I . J. I.cvcy'j
ollli c, ( in nci Foil and Queen btiectf, on
Tliuisd'iy inoininu, .11 Jl o'clock. 102 If
The First Operatic Concert
Of the above ( ompany will take
placu in t e
5-iawaiiart Opera House
Thursday, Feb. 7th,
AT S O'CLOCK I ai.
I'liitou'H ;iim iiiIiik Opcrn In Four
Or, The Hart of Richmond.
IN FULL COSTUMES !
t37"Iioiwecn each Act, 1'lano Hccital
by .M. OHcrt, and Violin hold by Hen
'1 ickets of (! night1., ufl
Mr.Ol). M.-..00 i Sl.()()
Now on sale at the ollice of J, H.
it Co., 2S .Merchant Mieet.
rMIH inanageincnt of riio Opera "P11.
I- tiuiKU,'1 to he jiei formed at the
Opir.i IIoiimi on Thuisiliiy 31ft inst,
an I oti Satuiilay, thu 2nd pro , desire
to inaKo known that, vsiiii the view of
llll'oKllng fiiellitles to a gieater niiuibui,
a limit will ho llxrd ut ten tlcUels foi
inch per foi miuici' for any one person,
mid In no earn will names ho taKen at
Hut box olllee pilor to tho lime an
nouiiccil for the lOAUlar tale of tiekelH.
Viiluiiblo JjoI For ,Snl.
,. rpiIAT Lot ami lloimo ml.
Jr&iSixt't ' J ' I ' ' bf Or. Minei'ii uml.
wjEH&EaS. ili'iieu on Union Hlreel, nppo
'n,' il" Hi" Hilll'li Oluli. Till
Lot esleniU llinnili liiOni
'it i Lime, uiul i imiiimiiiIdiiI to Um Iniui-
mi p.in oi inn niiy, appiv m nn
uuniluii, by ijiu lhiiiu
111 lM KlUllMlf jiljlWIll
, tlmwW.i I ..HMlWlUtl
Ui. liiMtl m Unbulul. Mttul
-fcSAT REEL'S -a-
-AVK WILL SELL
Our Sa.50 Parasols i'or 81.
Our S:i.5() 1'ariisnlH for $'4.00.
Our 8'J.0 Parasols for 5J.7.
Our S5.H0 Parasols for $S.:JO.
SOWE "WJ3ESIC OJWX-i'Y -31
Similar Reductions in Ladies' Hats, Embroideries and Laces.
NOW' IS YOt'll TIMK TO PUUC1LASK
Prices ic uraiiteG
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
.Tan-19-80 The Leading Millinery House.
Proaramme of Races
March 16th, 1889
No. 1 liunning Knee, Jf mi'e dnsh,
I'ii.c Forllavv.iMiiii I led
h usus, l yiais ol 1, to carry 115
No. 2 Hunning Hacc, 1 mile d'isli,
Pii.c For Hawaiian hied
horse-, up to 0 viais old, to tain
No. y. Tiotiiug and 1 riuir lire", 1
mile ilsi-h, I'li." Foi Hi-
w.uian brul hoi-c, !I yeur- o'd,
to lnrness and lo rulen.
I'rbe For II minimi lntd
horses under 7 years oh), catch
No. w 'Plotting It.u i ,
pcit, 1'ii ft.
Free to all.
1 mill" riid n
No. C. liimiiiu;
Hni c. mile da-h,
Fi r Hawaiian lixil
! iais old, in i h
No. 7. IHiyrlf 1
No. P. Hunning
I'aee, 'J mile
Hice, V, mil1
For Hawaiian bird
vi a s old, c.ileli
No. I'. 'Plotting Hacc lo HoulCut. 1
mile diith, I'ne Foi II -
wuiian biid ho fcp. Fnnoall.
No. 10. Hunning Haie, 1 mile dish,
Fiio Foi Hawaiian Innl
horri", 6 .Vitus old, ( i iiv 113
No. 11. 'Plotting llnce, 1 mile dash,
l'rl?c For all hortes that
never beat !J niinutcs.
No. 12 I'ony lt.ue, 1 mile dash, Pi bo
Foi Hiuvui nn hied
ponipt, II vcn old, not over 11
No Hi Tiolting Itacc to
mile dJhh, l'i jo
Kond Cml, 1
-Hunning Hire, 1J mile dash,
l'rio Fiec 10 all.
All pries will be paid lo Hidcr-i or
Driven. Oup to ovvnei. No 1'iofcs
sionul .loel.eys allow d.
Knllies to bo in nti
Maieh 0, 18'!), at 1 r
3$ Subjtct to changes.
j. a. cuftiiviarcs.
llonohihi.Jiimmry IP, IfiHl 141
Y u Young Oeininn Oirl lodogtn-
eml liousovioiH. Apply coiner of
Aluluu and .Meiehnnt bluetf, No 5'J.
1 U2 If
JJoat ill a Jarj;ain.
TOll mle, on account
JJ (tliitli'Miltipartnin, a Fancy
dig, 1H fo'l long.eoppui fiiMuneil, with
maun rouiociiH ami nuinei iiirougiioiii;
.1 on i h, iiitihl niul Iiooiii. Heady for lm
ineilliitn lue, Applv to
.1. A. DOWlilt,
blilpliuililing Vatil, iiuir l''nli Mml.el.
THEO. P. SEVERIN,
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PIOTUIIBB IN ANY 8TYWJ8 I
I'llulttttf lluur fur auiiUiuim
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FOB ONB Wl!131v-
for Ou WeeK Only !
Uawaiiiiu Tramways Co,
Faios Irom Palama lo Piinahou St.
BSyWaikiki passengeis niiiRt travel
on llie thiougli cnih oi tliey will hive lo
change (ars at the Hide Hange and take
a flesh ticket.
An elra ear fcrvlee will commence
to.day and will be continued until fur.
Iber notice, as follow,-: From the Hillo
Hange at 11.31 a. m., 12.50 mid 4.31
p. in.; and liom Palainu at 12.00 noon,
4.00 and 5.05 p. in.
The tiavcliug public nre respectfully
informed tli.u thu cars used for the
Walkiki service are piiintcd I1LUK.
It U paiticuhuly requested that in the
event of any incivility on the part of
the Ciinipativ's servnnis u complaint be
piomptly lodged at the Ceiilinl Olllee,
giving llie number of the ear, the dliec.
tion in which it was ti.iveling, and tho
lime of day at which the occurrence,
took placo 108 tf
The Best Company
Life Insurance Co.,
OJi1 INItTW YOHK.
Richard A. HcCurdy, President.
Tho Lurfle6t Oompany in tho World
Thu Oltlcbl Company In tho U. S,
II Givon the Mobt Llhoral Pollolun
Pays lliu Liiriiebl Dlvlilentl.
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HUll Ulll iWI
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Eastward Cars, j1 Westward Cars.
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7.10 70 7.."0 7.10 7.S0 7.00
7 :io :.r,u s oo 8.20
8.10 S.30 s.r.o SKI S.IiO 8.50
8.:io !-.."iii n.oo 0.20
11.10 !).:'o 0 ,-jO 1 u.io s.po a.no
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12.10 12.30 12.50 I 12.10 12.30 12.50
12.r0 12.50 ' 12.50 1.10
1.10 1.30 1.50 , 1.10 1.00 1.20
2.10 2.30 2.50 I 2.10 1.30 l.fiO
11.10 3.30 3.50 1 3.10 2.H0 2.50
3.30 3.50 3.30 3.50
i.ro 1.20 I 1.00 4.20
1.10 .1.30 -1.50 4. 10 -1.30 4.50
5.05 5.25 5.05 5.25
5.15 5.35 5.55 5.15 5.35 5.55
5.35 5.55 fl.05 G.25
0.15 0.35 0.55 11.15 j 0.35 6.05
0 35 0.55 I 7.05 7.25
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7.35 7.55 , f.05 8.25
8.15 S.35 8.55 S.15 1 S.35 8.55
8.35 S.55 0.05 11.25
II. 15 0 35 0.55 11.15 1 0.35 0.55
10.05 10.25 10.05 I 10.25 10.45
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