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33AJLY BUJULda'PrN HONOLULU, II, I., JTOKUAJtff 0, 3SS9.
Sealed tenders will bo leeeived at
ilio Tnt.Tior Offlcn until WEDNES
DAY, May loth, 1SSD, nt-12 oVlock
noon, for furnishing u supply of
Water Vines nml l'itlingi foi the
"Waterworks of Honolulu, llilo, Wni
lttku ami Knlon.
Specifications can be seen at the
olllco of the Superintendent of PttMie
All lenders must be foi the mate
rials delivered on the wharf tit Hono
lulu; Custom limine entries 'o be
made by timet nincnt.
The Minister of tlie Interior does
not bind himself to accept the lowest
or any bid.
LOTlillN A. THUUSTON,
Minister of the Interior.
iiitPiior Oillee, Feb. 5, 1S80.
Holder of water piivilcgcs aie
hereby notified that the hours for
UBing water for iriignling purposes
nio from 0 o'clock t 8 o'clock a. m.,
and from ! o'clock to (i o'clock i i.
All tlio-e found violating the above
notice will be liable to lave their
privilejjih cut off without fiulher
notice. CltA. 1$. A ILSON,
Supl, Honolulu W.iteivvoiks.
Honolulu, Feb. o, JSW). 1(55 2w
'J' I J 10
Pledged to neither Sect nor Pally,
But established for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, FEU. 0, ISS9.
The California daily papers from
the depai lure of the Zealandia, Jan.
15th, to the departure of the Aus
tialia on the 29th, aic full of Sa
moan matters. A dispatch from
Auckland January 20th says, the
German gunboat liber, which ar
rived lieic to-day, reports that fight
ing at Samoa has ceased. The Ger
man consulate and two stores ad
joining have been burned. Another
dispatch dated Washington, Janu
ary 23d, says, Acting Consul Illack
lock at Samoa, to-day cabled the
State Department, via Auckland,
announcing a large lire at Apia,
which destroyed the German Con
sulate. The tire was undoubtedly
The German gunboat Olga has
conveyed Malietoa, the ex-king ot
Samoa, from Aden, his temporarary
place of residence, to the Marshall
Islands, where lie will take up his
Secretary Bayard published in
the Baltimore Sun, January 20th,
an explanation and justification of
his Samoan policy. In the couise
of his statement to the Sun cones
pondent he says that the situation in
Samoa was complicated at the out
set by the efforts of the King of the
Sandwich Islands to play an im
perial role among the islands of the
Pacific, lie says Kalakaua sent an
Ambassadoi named Bifsli to Samoa
who was through Bayard'b interpo
sition speedily lecalled. The Sucre
tary says Biibh's efforts had a good
effect on the natives, stimulating
them to a degree of self-assertion
and bumptiousness toward the tier
mans, which had much to do with
the downfall of Malietoa. Malietoa
was not a citizen of the United
States, and Aineiican rights had no
way been invaded. He had utiiven,
however, in Malictoa's behalf, but
unsuccessfully. Germany hud from
the first exniesscd the gieatent
friendship for the United Slates and
dining the negotiations. Bayard
says that only yesterday he had an
other communication from the Ger
man Minister heio expicssing a sin
cere desire to reach a settlement of
Samoan affairs satisfactory to this
country. So far, Mr. Bayard says,
Germany ha given the United
States absolutely no cause for war.
It is not true, lie says, that the Ger
mans have tlcfitioyoil American pro
perty or fired upon the American
flag. The Hag that was burned was
not a loprcscntntlvG flag of the
country. Bayard bays the berious
phase of the Samoan troubles lies in
tho recent battle between two fac
tions, In which borne fifty Gorman
iimrinoa wore killed or wounded.
Tlio Gorman Govornment, lio miyu,
unn Imi'flly fall to doinaiid nml en
force ButUiaciioii from Mittuufu, ami
tlio wliolo (juoition or American to
cQinIdor U m hit hur mo klmll con
tinue to maintain u nuiltllity lie.
temi Jlttliuihuiuil Hie GorjiiHii or
(iWUlfio Ilio toiler a lifdllgurwit lu.
w)il Owinuny, m hohuli" of ono w
tWO olttlUMMU to Him thrum,
uerwiwy, iwjunt uy., im vlo
i umnm iiMfi'wuii'iii w
UrwiMii urn) iTritiMu AlinUlnrv
Utft rti' ul Miu in Mil
fl WUIVH MHPHIIIVMt nil" IIIHI MM.
States shall fight, if need be, to so
euro Samoan indepondctice.
liismarck'i olllcinl organ hns
pointed out this ns the only solution
of the Rnmoan troubles: "Though
our relations with Samoa are strong
ly supported by the German Govern
ment, it is nlmocl impossible to pro
tect norniau inteicts there against
rivalries and intrigues of other pow
ers. The end will be when the Ger
man flag shall tloat permanently
over Apia and the whole of the is
lam! of Upolu, and in that ease
England and the United States must
be satisfied with their claims on Sa
waii and Tutuila, respectively."
A dispatch from Saciamento,
Jan. 28th says, Genernl Orton is re
ceiving applications from volunteers
for service in case of war with Sa
moa. John V. Ford, late sergeant
of Company M, Second Cavalry Vo
lunteers, at Eedwood City, is the
lirst to apply. General Orion says
at the present iatc 10,000 men
could be raised in HO days. Colo
nel Kewan has had numberless per
U. S. Secretary Whitney's mail
.Ian. 28th, contained a long repot I
from Capt. Mullen, commanding the
United Stales steamer Nipsic, dated
Apia, Dec. 2Gth, giving a detailed
account of the occurrences on those
islands since December .'HI, the date
of his last report to the Department,
and covering the period of the en
gagements between the natives and
Germans, and ef the alleged insults
to the American Hag. A copy of
the report will be furnished to the
Secretary of State, and will prob
ably be transmitted to Congress the
latter part of this tffeek, together
with the correspondence received
Satin day from Acting Consul-Gen-oral
Blacklock on the same subject.
It is reported as likely that the
President will have something mote
to say on the subject when he sends
to Congress the correspondence
which has taken place since his last
In the House to-day Ueptescnta
tivc Ford of Michigan offered for
reference to the Committee on For
eign Affair- the following preamble
Wheieas, lcccnt despatches from
Vice-Consul Blacklock at Apia, Sa
moa, to the Secretary of State, and
accounts in the public piess, have
conveyed the intelligence of great
indignities offeicd by lcpicscnta
lives of Germany to American citi
zens and Aineiican interests in Sa
moa. "Whereas, in the correspondence
transmitted by the President to
Congiess on April 2, 18HS, touching
our rights in Samoa, there appeared
a letter ftoni the Secretary of State
to the British and German Minis
ters, asking permission of their Gov
ernments to make public the joint
protocols of the Samoa cmifeienee
held between said Societal y and
said Ministers in the summer of
1S87, which permission was leluscd ;
Wheteas, it is alleged that the
publication of these protocols would
show that Germany has violated
treaty rights and obligations solemn
ly enteied into with the United
Hcsolved, by the House of Ueprc
senlatives, that the Secretary of
State bo icquestcd to transmit to
the House copies of all such proto
cols and memoianda of the proceed
ings of saitl confeience, if not in
compatible with the public interest.
OUR SAN FRANCISCO LETTER.
With the return of fine weather
heic there is lenewed activity in all
line- of business m San Francisco,
and liade with the islands comes in
for its share. The report sent you
by last mail shows a healthy tate of
commercial affaiis between the two
countries, and the prospects are
good for the fultiie. Not much is
being said or done just now as le
g.irds the tariff question though the
probabilities aie that a bounty will
be given to home (U. S.) produc
tion of sugar, which might stjeni to
mean s-o much piolit taken oil"
the foreign product. But this is not
so, for the consumption of that sta
ple is always ahead of the supply
and prices will be substantially
maintained in spite of bounty and
beet root. There is some talk now
of another beet loot factory being
erected near Pomona, and such a
project would find great lav or with
the land-owneis in that section ol
the country. I visited the place
last week, and while I was pleased
with the sight of beautiful giove.s of
orange trees hanging full of large
rich fi (lit, still I found everybody
grumbling; some becauso they
could not get a "paying" maiketfor
their crops, otheis because a sharp
host had thicateueil the life of the
ticcH thi'inselve. Further north
in the vicinity of Fresno things look
ed belter ; and tho reiuon was e i
deut. in the former locality the
man who ol out an orange giovc,
vineyard or prune orchard devoted
all hit time and option to hi pitrtieii
lur iiuhutiy. It looked Mi'iiuye to
hen a lino entatii without a cow,
chicken, duck, or tuiluy on it. No
VDtfClublo umwii, liulllliuj hut
Ki'Uimuk, jmiiio, uiupe 01 olhni
hiiuclally, Nm unify r Uuy cuinioi
''git hi niig," in umtiM hutli eii'U
munt. Near I'Vimim. nuei'v, hv ihu
my mm at wr M l-tawl iw.Wmu
an i Mm), U hum l tml lwjl
ft "fl'Mit'tfl'uiw" hill lu liu Mlmiil
iliili III JWHlliy nl, iuddoik fui
lii linn in lhh i'" 1 in Hi"' li i'l
liy. mi ihJm "Mining" i"
hhn Utitl uiii il mt Uui Hug
fjjfl if Urn mto vmy lum m$
The llnwniinus who have bcpji
scattered about tho stale ami trav
elling in the East are pretty well
leathered together here now. At tho
Occidental Mr. and Mrs. .7. T. Wa
terhotisc are again (juietly domesti
cated. Mr. T. Foster is also there,
- to remain until tho sailing of the
Alameda and Mr. Bruce Cait
wtiglit still on the list of invalids,
but looking ns well and well dicssed
as ever. Mr. A. Jaeger I found in
his room last night "packing up"
to return to the islands to-day. Mr.
and Mrs. W. G. Irwin have been
south visiting Del Monte nnd Hotel
Coronado and return by this
Consul-General McKinley informs
me that in accordance with instruc
tions he has secured the "lloor
space'1 required for the exhibit of
products, etc., of Hawaii at the Pa
ris Exposition in May next. This
is a move in the right direction and
in view ol the fact that Messrs.
Spaulding, Cummins, and we hear
it intimated Paul Isenberg, will be
there as Commissioners the display
cannot fail to be of great benefit to
"The King Barber," Wilkei-on,
of bloody reputation in Honolulu has
been relegated to the only locality
where his peculiar passion for using
his razors with deadly effect on wo
men cannot be satisfied. He 300s
or has gone back to San Qtticn
lin "for life."
To be continued.
DEATH OF HON. ROBT. STIRLING.
By the Australia Dr. Bobeit
McKibbin received a letter contain
ing news of the death of Hon.
ISobeit Stirling, which s;ul event
took place at Ashford, Kent, Eng
land, Jauutiiy (ilh. The deceased
was Minister of Finance in the reign
of King Bunalilo, and later was
.Superintendent of Public Works.
He was a member of the Privy
Council and Knight Companion of
the Itoynl Order of Kuinchnincha
and Commander of the Royal Order
of the Ciown of Hawaii. The de
ceased who was about sixty-three
years of age, had man' warm
fiicnds in the islands.
"COL." WHITNEY'S HEW YACHT.
A new yacht for Mr. F. W. Whit
ney is on bo.ud lb W. II. Dimond
which left an i'l.inci-co, Jan. 27th.
The S. F. Cmnineii ud News of Jan.
2Sth has the billowing lespccting
her : The new sloop-yacht Helene,
ju-t completed h Captain Tinner
at his sliip-ytud at Benicia for
Colonel Whitney ol Honolulu, sailed
down Friday and Saturday, was
hoisted on boaid of the baikentine
W. II. Dimond. The Helene is a
splendid model, and will be a wel
come addition to the island yacht
fleet. Her dimensions aie: Length
10 feet, beam l I feet, and depth of
hold 5 feet. The Helene is named
after the daughter of Hon. W. G.
Irwin, under whose supervision she
was built, and who has presented
her with a house Hag and a full set
of signal Jlag-.
CAMPOBELLO OPERA CONCERTS.
Miss Giace Porter, Signor Knrico
Campobello, and Mr. Felix Ollert,
the latter a solo pianist of repute
fioni the Leipzic Conservatory, ar
rived on the Austialia. Mr. Chas.
Thrower tenor, and M"r. Thco.
Schmidt, violinist, have been heie
dining the last fortnight, and with
those above mentioned will consti
tute the select organization which
which will bo heard at tho Opera
House in six cnteilainments, the
fu-t taking place to-morrow evening.
To add anything to the world's
eulogiums ol Signor Campobello
would be Mipoilluous, we can only
strongly impiess on our leaders that
they should not neglect to listen
once nioie to the attistic inteipreta
tiou of his vaiious numbers, for few
such highly trained aitists as this
handsome and popular gentleman
are in the present day before the
Miss Grace Porter is a joung
society lady, and an acknowledged
belle of San Francisco. She is the
foi lunate possessor of a beautiful
soprano voice of the Do Muiska
school, and at 11 recent concert in
San Francisco created a fuioie as
much by her lovely singing as by
her graceful manner. The line tenor
notes of Mr. Thrower have alieady
been admiifd heie, and the two
gentlemen to whoso caie the instru
mental poi lions of each piograinme
is entrusted, are both sure to make
The piograuiinos for Thuisday
and Fiiday ovenings are bolh caro
fully selected, and was Miro our
ruiders there is n rare musical tro.U
hi stoic. Seats can he obtained at
the olllceof .). K. Brown iv. Co.
, .TTTST MOOT VTO
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1 act W ) h lW1 rH
S V III KiAJ' mmitmm
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.5 ours wib u ,.a.jx:o"s
11ns lecoived another huge ubiiunent of that Celebiatcd Draught Beer
by the Steamei "Austialia."
It is a Clear, (lool Hi iMipralii Beyerap
DODD & MILLER
ARE THE SOLE AGENT!
Auction Sale by James F. Morgan.
Roeular Cash Sole S
Thursday, Feb. 7, 889
AT 10 l,l'li . : .
At inv "-.ili simini, liui i-i s'n 1 1, I will
i II .i 1'ulilii Auetinii,
Dry Goods ! Clothing !
IIuis, ijliiu -, Fiiinituti',
100 Boxes of Cross Cut Tsbaccn,
1 Mucmitle it Uili.m b.ile,
Fire and Burglar Proof Safe,
1 Mirnuilr- iV Ut li-m S I'.
Ami ill 12 u'doili no n,
,1AS. F. 3IOKGAN,
tr,' :'t Auc iidinTi.
rpiIB io;iiai iminilili iiioetiiii; nml
-L election of ollferi-. of Meeli.ii.ies
Biigiiie Co. No, -J, will lie held at their
hall, Jiell Towci, iit 7:!lo o'i'lork. THIS
nVedne-daj) BVBXJXG. A full .ilten
(lancii i leinieMetl.
UX It l'ICU OKDKJr.
Hns moved liet luillineij iMublUhineiit
lotliehlom lntulj oeciK-leil by I Me.
Inciney, next door to G mui & Wieli.
man, Foil t-trca. 100 lw
A Lb accounts iiittnu-i II e ie nt opem
licrfoiiniinrcs of "I'.itieiiei)'' iiutst
be f-cttl in to the oillee ol the. undeiiilgncd
on or liefoie SATUHDAV, Utli net., or
they eaniini lie iccognicd.
i. r ititowx cv, co.,
If li fit '-IS .MciLliunlhtiee,.
Leasee L. .1 Levev.
Miiiiiigir WiNon &. Cuiiieroii.
Maye .MimiiRci A. V. Kilton.
For One Night Only
Saturday, Feb. 9th,
WILSON & CAMERON'S
American & European. Artists,
Will make llicii Hint and only .ip-
puiirinii'u pieiions in llieir 'de.
liMiiine lot bmi Fiiiiicl-co.
'I'liis onipiuiy ih cuiaponiil of tho
giumuiil in my of In 1 fin Unit over up.
puund liuloie mi enlightened public,
unci coiiMt of
WIIsdii V I'niiim'iiu,
Thu t'omuly Tihiii of thu World, The
'I'lui Wonibri. ol ihu lOih Umiiury In
tlieii grunt iu i "1ih I loin tutm
I'llHUII A lil'IOl,
Tin' Mut FhiUliul YiM'ulut AUomwly
.hInh .iii,v onmnnm,
Tliviniii ul hui io Uuniluuu tkiiii;
Mini Dmii'o ArlUtP,
Thw lluuuiiftll t' Mlllnlto,
i Mm lit' Itel'lPf
'Win MtlllluH', ihu tiiuul, llie Ullly
31UU. Di iiUIIPi
I'lmu iliu l)MHw il 'nil
wmrwamnfrracu. i m mtmrnm uuu m MJtrMBitmm wwwininwim
fn rtfi rL n
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
Mori's Sell of Safe !
j y nuler of .In mi". Cum bell, 1 ill
X) m '1 :i I'mIiIu 'iolion,i'l my S'iIlf
i ie.! ijn Queen Mitet,
On THURSDAY, the 7lh day of Feb
At I oVlueK iiimii ol'tliul day
The fillo'viiii; pio,ril,v (li-li lined foi
lent I loin the .-loie oi A. VI. Ilewett.
The proi'Cilv (U-ti.tinetl being
leeieel ft Uriian Safe !
TiTSWIS .5. IEVEY,
Ilonobilu, .lun t'l, 188. 151 til
AJiIVIUKNl) (the thiul) of 10 per
Lent will bo p.iiil to the eietlitorb
of iln Mnje-ty Ktiliil'.nuii, at the oillee
of Vle .1. C.utwiljihi, Meirliiint street,
onTHU-.AY. Feb. 7lh, between the
houii of 10 ami ii o'clock.
l'Kit oni)i:u of tiie tuustki:s.
Honolulu, Feb '.'ml, isa. IG'i lw
SMAM.Mlver Watch (vvilh
v the li'tlei- "A M. C." en.
tipivcil on h:u k of cite), hitvini;
a small i-ihei chain ami elmtm attached.
Kinder villi lie rewaided on rutuiuini;
'iiino to this olllcc. 102 if
vJr-.3 A 1",v'T(Jli'i' House ncni
Q Cvwfl i eorner ot Kina and Ala
SSa&Btmi'iie'ls Apply To
Ul Kinc street.
i O LET
,?&, A HIX-ltOO.H Cottaais on
,ftnia.'u --- Kiiimii btieel, opposite
hmiiM bijutiie. AjijiIv to
.1, M. VIVAS,
42 .Vlureh.int t-lrect.
f, A rPJI10 l.c.i-e and Huildinjj;
Tv'.V'fi'a JL KnniMi iw the "Yoheinilo
Rffis-Si aitntniK HniK," siluated on
Queen slieit tie ir Kich.ird street. For
i nither pailieulaib upplv to
lM II Tlio's. K. WALL.
FOJt SALE or LEASE
JZSt,fx A COTTAGE lately ocou.
VrttM X. phil by .Mr. IJ.uney Ol.
&J!ssia (leustein, bitiiale on Umiua
btreil,' between ilie iimnnioiis of jfons.
('. It. liishdi), .laiiu'b Campbell and H. J5
Dole, ue.ii Eiiium Sijuure. No jilnno
vMin'e ', no dust, no laro patches. Only
u few minutes wall to the new situ foi
thu IV in rut Union Chun h. No Irainway
cuif wauled. Applv lo
'E. B, CUMIA,
118 if Union Saloon.
-ril. O' "" llUt'r EehiUiifJ'
y&miK 0, IHSI, the tteanur
i&e3S-i "MUellke" will difcconiinue
culling at KiiiiuuIimIihI. Molokiii.
lfi'Jlw WIUJKlt S. H. CO.
Vlllualjli) Lol For Sulo.
rpilAT hut ami Ilou.e ml.
fl. juliiiiiu Dr. .Mlnei'i teni.
lleiieu nil Ulllnii ktrinl, uppo
fiiu thu IlritMi Chili. TliU
l.oi eMumU thiimdi In dm.
den liiiiic, nml In ronvunlunt to thu hind.
iiik-m imri of ihu I'iiy, Apply at lliU
iilHm. inn tin
'PlllilllJ will la. .ulil ul
I iiurllim, lw Hid ISiiiu
iui of ihu kmhIu
ui of ihu Litlulu uf J, ILiuiiI
in in ileui'tt.l'il , 1 lllllhliliu
"i Mmli io ihi' "li(irilill
..,' '.ii,,iM ,i Kwimlio, MhmI lu
-Wl! WILL SKI. I.
Our $2.r0 Ptivasols for Si 1.25.
Our H'.i.SO Parsisols lor S2.00.
Our $.r() larasols l'ov S2.75.
Our So.BO Parstsols lor $.:JO.
Similar Reductions in Ladies' Hats, Embroideries and Laces.
NOW IS YOUR TIME TO 1'UHCIIASE
These Prices we pamiee fur One Weak Only !
Procaine of Races
TO US fWiiir,- V Ul. I 11
March 16th, 1889
No. 1 Jtuniiinjr Hiee. 3' inili; dish.
I'uzi Forliawiiian lied
h ns "i, ! years ohl, to cany llfi
No. 2. Kunning Knee, 1 mile da-li,
I'rie J''o- Hawaiian bud
linrii'tiip to (i tars old, to eariy
No. 3. Trotting and Pacing Unee, 1
mile dah, 1'iie For Hi.
vvaiinn brtd hor-e', :i ycais o'd,
to harness and lo rule's.
No. I. liuiinini? Jt ire 1', mile dash.
l'rie I'oi llawu inn bidl
1ioiec- uiidi-i Tyniib old, catch
No. B. Timtlnjr Haee, 1 mile, mid ie-
peat, Ii 1u Double tennis.
Free lo all.
No. (J. Uunning H ice, if mile d.u-h,
Irie F.'i Hawiiiinii Iiml
hoi-es, 2 jeai- old, mill
No. 7. Hicjelu Face, 2 mile i'sisli,
Jrie Fiei lo -ill.
No. 8. Illuming Hiee, i mile dali,
1'iiu I'or llawaiiiin bud
hois---, J jni: old, catch
No. V. Turning Itaee to Ho d C it. 1
mile iliith, l'iiu For 11 -
waiiau hud lioiccs. Km-loull.
No. 10. Knnning Hate, 1 iii'm dish,
li ie t oi Hawaiian lueil
hoifcs, .ri jiaib old, n e.iu Uii
No. 11. TioUinu Knee, 1 miln dash,
l'li'o For all hones that
never heal II minutes.
No. 12 Pony Kite, 1 mile dabh, 1'iie
Foi llawiii'iin bud
ponies, !! leura old, not ovei 11
No K! Tiottiug Itace to Kond Cart, 1
milu (h,f-li, 1'iiu Flee to
No. 1-1. Hiuining Knee, ! mile da-.li,
I'r'vti Fice lo all.
All jiries will he paid lo Killers, or
Dllvetc. Clip to n-Mieis. No 1'iotus
bional .lockeys allowed.
Entiles to be. made he'o'-e Saturday,
Match '., last), at -li'.M.
t3 Subjitl to uliiiuguo.
j. a. cuiviFiercs.
llouohilii,,lanuao lu, 1-Sb!). Ul
ill J lw
THEQ. P. SEVERIN,
4 lulii-n the hlllillu niell ueelipluil
)i) A. A- Muiiiiiiin, i mill i n Mug
mill I mi -iirriv mii t pi i'.
pllll'll In til t i
PIOTURBI IN ANY TYU8
I'llUIIUi ilttUt' IHI' 4tNIWiili
mm um,m SUNK
Knnsi Unfffifi ?
KOH OxVK WKKK-
CHAS. J. FISIIEL,
Tlio Ijoaiiinj-- jMilliiiovy House.
Hawaiian Tramways Co..
Eastward Cars. i VVcslward Cars.
-"" s s I ?f ?tr 2
l z ?H. 2 2 r
Sre R 7Trt 7-a 5 2S
A. :i. ,. Jt. A. -M. A. M. A. SI. A. l.
r,.;m s.no !l coo n.io
.:iu l.'0 7.00 7.W
7.10 7.VU 7.r.0 7.10 7.0 7.50
7 III) 7..V) i S.00 8.'20
s.io s.:to s.co s.io s.ho s.no
S.i!() S.all y.oo 0.0
!).io !i.:i() o:o I o.io n.t'o n.no
'i.i'o .i.r,o ; io.uo io.l'o
in 10 lo.yo io.co I 10.10 io.:io io.no
n.io n.::o n.ro n.io n.'.io 11.50
i'. m. v. m. e. si. 1 r. m. r. m. p. v
fj.'o i2.:io 12.00 i 12.10 ls.ao 12.no
12 i'i 12.no I 12.50 1.10
1 0 i.iio i .no 1 1.10 1.00 1.20
2.10 2.110 2.50 2.10 1.110 1.50
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:i.::o :uo it.so 3.50
4.(0 4.20 4.00 4.20
1.10 -t.iio 1..10 ' 1.10 4.110 4.50
ii.liri 5.25 5.05 5.25
5.15 5.1)5 5.55 5.15 5.115 5.55
5.115 5.55 (i.05 C.25
(1.15 li.HB (!.55 (i.15 (!.H5 0.55
(l.li.'i U.55 7.05 7.25
7.15 7.115 7.55 7.15 ( 7.115 7.55
"!" ".55 s.05 8.25
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11.15 0.115 0.55 0.15 0.115 0.55
10.05 10.25 10.05 I 10.25 10.45
Fares Irom Palama lo Punahou St. : 5c.
" " " Waikiki : 10c.
JtiSyWaikiM passengei.s must tiavil
on ihu through curb or thev will have to
change 1 ais at the Kille Kangu and take
a fiesh ticket.
Ancvtin car M-rviec will coinincnce
loalai and will be (onlinued until fin.
tlier notice, as lollowb: From the Killo
Kmigu at ll.ai . m., I2.no and 4.111
p.m.; and Irom l'alama at 12.00 noon,
4.00 and 5.05 p. in. '
The tinveling public aie icpcrtfully
Informed that thu car.- tisirl for the
Waikiki service aio painted JJLiUE.
It is pailiciil.uly requested that in the
uviiiu of any Incivility on the part of
the C'onip.inj'Bbciwuiih a complaint be
promptly lodged at thu Central Oillee,
giving the number of the cat, the direc
lion in which it was tiaveling, ami the
time of day at which the occurrence
took place 10a tf
The Best Company
Life Insurance Co.,
Richard A. McCurdy, President,
Tho Lurtjesl Company in thu World
Tho Oldest Company In tho U, S,
II Gives Ihu Most l.lbural ooob
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