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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T TUESDAY, SEPT.3, 1901.
Llnei of Travel.
Ocsaiic Steamship Company
Tho hteatners'of thin lino will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
ROM SAN KHANCISCO. FOR 8AN' FRANCISCO.
I.AMKDA ,. SEPT. '7 ALAMEDA ....' SEPT. 11
RNTURA 8EPT. 18 SIERRA SEPT. 17
LAMEDA SEPT. 2S SONOMA OCT. 8
-ERRA OCT. 9 ALAMEDA OCT. 23
ALAMEDA OCT. 19 VENTURA OCT. 29
SONOMA OCT. 30 ALAMEDA NOV. 13
ALAMEDA NOV. 9
Local lloat. Local Uoat
In connection with the Hailing of tho above steamers, the agents are pro
pared to Issue, to Intending passenger, coupon through tickets ty any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New
Yojrkby any steamship line to all European ports.
FORKURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AQENTS OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of the aoove companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA. FOR 8AN FRANCISCO.
The Hawaiian Realty and
Maturity Co., Ltd.
General Agents .for
The New Hampshire Fire Insurance
Co. of Manchester, N. H.
ASSETS , $3,367,026 27
Real Estate, Loans,
gages and Etc.
Offlco, 32 King St..
Over Castle & Cooke's.
Phone, Main 141. P. O. Ilox. 262.
Kid PUT 1 DIET
OAELIC .. .. BEPT. 3 DORIC SEPT. 6
HONQKONO MARU SEPT. 11 NIPPON MARU SEPT. 13
CHINA SEPT. 19 PERU SEPT. 21
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H. HACKFIBLO & CO, LTO. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of thn above lino, running In connection wltti the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between t tuiL-oiivrr, 11. C, anil Sydney, N.S.W.,
mid calling nt Victoria, II. C, Honolulu and llrlrtinnr. lira DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the dates below ritutcd, viz,:
From Vancouver an- Victoria, B. C.
(For Ilrlstmne and Sydney.)
IlIOWERA SEPT. 28
hrom Sydney and Brltbane.
(For Icturlii end Vancouver H 0 )
AORANOI SEPT. 2E
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canadn, United States and
Europe. For Freight nnd Passage tnd all general information, apply to
Theo. H. Pavtcs & Co.. ltd., GcnM Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
!WHOftKrAND-HAWAUAN 18LANDS, via Pacific Coast.
S.S.AMERICAN, 6,000 tons. Sailed.
8. S. HAWAIIAN, j 6,000 tons, to tall to sail Oct 15.
S. 3. CALIFORNIA, 6,00t tons, sailed from NEW YORK June 16; will
load at PUGET 80UND about SEPT. 1 for HAWAIIAN PORTS.
Freight received at Company's wharf, 42nd Street, South Brooklyn, at
all times. For further particulars, npply to
C. P. JYIOKSB,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Bid Jn&SfiHtN. FrJ m
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carto).
Free Reclining' Chain.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent.
135 Third streot, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agont,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
C. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
6. R. & L. Go.
From and After January 1, 1899.
TOU CAN DO IT NOW
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 $3.
Heiolili Office, 315 Fort St.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger wilt call for our message
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
It was at about 4 o'clock on the af
ternoon of' Saturday last that Deputy
Sheriff Cox made another attempt to
capture Kealoha Makahl, the story of
whose awful deed at Walalua during
the morning of that day has already
been published In full in the Bulletin.
The deputy sheriff went to the vicinity
of the house In full uniform and, arm
ed with both a searcn warrant and a
warrant of arrest. He was accompani
ed by a number of his men. When
eloso enough to the house to, be clear
ly heard, he shouted out, to Kealoha to
surrender. There came no answer and
then Cox, picking up a mattress that
lay near, started for the bouse-with
this as a shield. In the other hand he
held a cocked revolver.
He had approached quite near to the
house when a couple of shots rang out.
One of these struck the mattress but
did not Injure the officer of the law.
Cox threw down his shield and, run
ning to the house, was aoout to make
a dash Inside when another shot rang
out. Entering the room from which
the sound of the shot uad come. Cox
found Kealoha on the floor, lying In J
pool of his own blood. Upon the close
approach of the police officer, he bad
sent a bullet through his own head,
knowntng that there was no longer any
hope for htm. Very close to the dead
man was the body of Mara I Kalamakea.
the woman he shot down In the morn
A Coroner's inquest was held Sun
day nnd verdicts In accordance with
the facts wero rendered. The bodies
were removed from the house for bur
ial and a search of the house was made
for possible evidence telling of the rea
son for the native's deed. The search
turned out better than It was thought
at first. On a table In the room where
the double tragedy hsd been enacted
was a letter addressed to Deputy Sher
iff Cox which shows plainly that the
deed had been contemplated for some
time. The date was August 29 whereas
the murder and suicide came two days
Kealoha states plainly In this
lengthy document tbst he had been
aroused to deep Jealousy over the ac
tions or tne woman ne naci snot, twice
sho bad promised to marry him and
twice sho had told him at the last
moment she could not do what she had
There is a long story about a couplo
of trips to Honolulu and hints are
made of the dark workings of a ka
huna. Kealcha explains fully In the
latter how his sweetheart came (o Ho
not long ago and how, upon her return,
she acted In a very peculiar manner
towards him. Ho heard rumors cf
things which she had done which he
considered a disgrace.
Every paragraph of the letter Is
filled with nlentlon of the dead man's
sweetheart and at the end there Is a
long warning to women who seek to
trifle with the affections of men. A
postscript gives directions as to the
disposition of the considerable prop
erty which he leaves behind. The
mother gets everything.
The whole letter, although rather
foolish to the casual reader, is brimful
of the deepest feeling and shows plain
ly the working of the Hawaiian mind
when aroused to jealousy. Many cases
of a nature like the one at Walalua
Saturday, have been chronicled In the
KIM Cf TEACHERS
There were In the neighborhood of a
hundred and fifty teachers at the an
nual meeting of the Teachers' Asso
ciation In the High School building
Saturday forenoon and afternoon. lu
the absence of both the president and
vice president of the association, C, W,
Baldwin presided over the meeting.
The morning session was opened
with prayer by the Rev. Alex. Mackin
tosh after which a brief address, com
plimenting the teachers and praising
the objects of the association, was de
livered by A. T. Atkinson, Superinten
dent of Public Instruction. Prof.
Alexander spoko briefly of the alms
and heeds of the teachers of Hawaii.
He was followed by Philip H, Dodge,
who read an original poem entitled
"How the. Sun Breaxs on Maul." Gor
don I'sbornc gave an Interesting talk
on animals, Illustrating with chalk
sketches. Next came an essay on
"Thrift vs. Theology," by Miss Es
telle Dyke and a piano solo by W. J.
The afternoon session was chiefly de
voted to business matters Musical
numbers made the afternoon very en
joyable. The performers were Miss
Helen Desha, Miss Emma Taylor and
One of the most Important matters
discussed during the session was the
subject or pensions for teachers. A
committee was appointed o work up
the matter with a view to securing ne
cessary legislation. The committee li
composed of the following: Messrs.
Taggard. Copcland, Rodgers, Davis
The following course of reading for
the ensuing year was adopted: Mur
ray's Special Method of Reading. Mo
Murray's Special Method of Reading,
Dewey's The School and Society,
Bailey's Botany, Kellog's and Jor
dan's Zoologies, and for literature, the
Merchant of Venice and Julius Caesar.
The new officers for the ensuing year
are: President, Mr. Taggart; vice
presidents. Miss Deyo, Messrs. Davis
Jared Smith delivered an Interesting
address on tho science of agriculture.
Mr. Baldwin, who presided' at the
meeting, delivered an address on "The
Teachers' Association of Hawaii and
What That Organization has Accom
plished." After the singing of "Amer
let," the meeting adjourned.
Hotel Band Concert.
The band will play the following se
lections this evening at a concert to be
given on the grounds of the Hawaiian
hotel, complimentary to Qeneral
Breckenrldc and Professor Oerardy:
March The Invincible Eagle ...Sousa
Overture Military Kllng
Grand Selection Faust Gounod
Miss J. Kelllaa.
(c) Aloha no Wau.
(d) Moant ke Ala.
Mrs. N. Alapal.
"Reminiscences of Offenbach" ....
Ballad Alice. Where Art Thou..
Mr. Charles Kreuter.
Waltz Vienna Blood Strauss
March The Kangaroo ... Luders
"The Belgian Anthem."
The Star Spangled Banner.
RWAMFfu iwl -m
i&Spfi $?.',' At the entrance ' M
yjwfovffirH to the Famous w.
1 ?t?iNL. lao Vallev. and , .
hiiLk''ilKw. easv access! to X1f
At the entrance
to the Famous
lao Vallev, and
easy access to
volcano In the
for Tourists and
MAUI HOTEL wailuku,
itisji iivr i jul., ISLAN0 OF MAUI
A. T. HAGBNKAMP, Manager.
Several Valuable Pieces
Luau by Rev. Kapu.
Wailuku, Aug. 31. Rev. S. Kapu, of
Pala, desiring to keep In paco with
Wailuku, gave a luau at -la Pala resi
dence last Wednesday afternoon In
honor of the Misses Jennie Bates and
Roslna Shaw who return to Honolulu
today to resume their duties at Katnc
hameha preparatory school.
M. 3u. t.ll
F. C. SMITH. Gen'l Pans. & Ticket Agt,
O. P. DENISON, Superintendent.
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
WILLIAMS In this city. September 1.
1901, to the wife of J. J. Williams, a
FOSTER In this city, Wednesday
August 28, 1901, to tho wife of Wat.
R. Foster, a son.
IIOOOS In this city. September 1,
1901, Ixvo Hoogs, Infant son of Mr,
and Mrs. William H. Hoogs. ''
KINO STREET LINE.
Caft Itiv. Wllklkl (or town t sI. '!. 11 A.M.
in4 tve r is mlmMM thrrttttri III io..s, 11:11 ind
ll.M-M. trum Wl klkl go to th I'un.liou Slltltl.
Cut leiv. R Kins, or Pawn twlicb lor town at
c:i)A.M. ana every ts minuiettntrtaiurini ii.oer'.n
Cart leave Fort and Klne ttreetl corner tor Halama
at6:io A.M. ana every IS minutti after till li:t)
can leave lor rauma ontv ai ana f'lo a m.
Cart leaie Palama tor Walkikl l A m. anl every
it m nuiet t I o .t P.M . men ai to.il ana lo.l f.M.
liieittttP.M from PalamA icr Punahou only goet
to Walklkl on Saturjayt.
cart teav. ron ana Mnz ttreitt corner 101 nine
Range at s'to ana rto AJn.
Cart leave Tort ani Klne ttreetl corner tor Walklkl
teofA.M. anJtvrryi mlnutei till lootP.M then at
o:i ana 11:43 K.n. me tills r,n, goet 10 vraiNiKi
BERETANIA S.TREET AND .''IUANU VALLEY.
Cart leave Punahou SMMe t. - Town at no ana
for Town anj Valley at 40 s so Sao 6 40 1 ana
Cart leave Oahu College for towi. ll Valley ai
6t)o 6 so ana :io a.m and every 10 mi,, let till 10:10
p.m. except me even noui ana nair, nour cart wnicn
run from the Stable.
Caitleave Nuuanu Vallev at 6'to 6 to 6.to A.M and
every 10 mlnutet thereafter till 10 so P.M.
cart leave mrt ana (jueen tueeit ror runan9u
College at 6.0s t a) Ms A M an4 every to mlnutei
after till 9 45 P.M. After that the cart run to the
SlaHe up to rt sop.m, which It the latlcar from Town,
reaching the Stable at it:wf M.
Following Is the program which has
been arranged for tue temperance cam
palgn of Francis Murphy on this Isl
and: Wednesday night, temperance
meeting at Kwa; Thursday at Wala
lua plantation; Friday at Walalua
church; Friday night at Walanac; Sat
urday night at Murphy hall In tho city;
Sunday morning at Kaumakaplll cha
pel In Palama; Sunday night ai Ka
walahao church. The latter two meet
ings will be for Hawallans. Mr. Mur
phy nnd Mr. Austin will probably leave
today week for Maul.
, General Mnnugcr of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of thy United States for tho Ha
Office, : Merchant BL, : Honolulu.
H. Hackfeid & Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
Wailuku, Aug. 31. This town has
been noted for Its excellent luaus, but
this week will probably live in the an
nals as a record breaker. The church
luau started the ball rolling last Sun
day, when several hundreds of people
were banquetted. There was a lull on
Monday.and Tuesday. On Wednesday
evening, a big-birthday luau was given
at lao valley by a Mrs. Kainui. On Fri
day afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Anton
Dutro entertained their numerous
friends at the lao residence of Judge
Kalua. The affair was given In honor
of Miss Treadway who returns to Ho
nolulu today. Last evening, Mr. and
Mrs. J. P. Sylva gave a farewell luau
In honor of the Misses Scholtz who will
return to the Kamehamena school for
girls this afternoon. Dancing followed
A. O. Dlckln3 will entertain his
friends at a lrousewarming luau at
his home near the sandhills this after-
noon. Luaus are being planned for
next week but the exact dates are not
yet set. The dance nt tho Windsor
hotel tonight will end the week's festivities.
John Medelros, ono of the regular
carriers for the Bulletin, was severely
Injured while returning from the
sports nt Kaplolanl park last evening.
The boy was trying to get up on tho
top of one of the overcrowded tram
cars and, when near the Walklkl An
nex, fell to the ground. He struck on
his head and was knocked senseless,
The patrol wagon was telephoned for
and the boy was removed to his home
on Young street, near Keeaumoku. Ha
Is In a very precarious condition.
What a wonderful Discovery Is
PAIN-KIUer! It not only cures tho Ills
of the human family, but is also the
sure remedy for horses with colic. It
has never been known to fall In a cure
of the worst cases; and for sprains,
galls, etc., It never falls try It once.
Directions accompany each bottle. Sold
by druggists generally. Avoid substi
tutes, there Is but on Paln-Klllcr, Per
ry Davis'. Price 35c, and SOc.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen Sts.
Tnko Laxattvo Bromo quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund tho monoy If It
rails to euro. L. W. Grove's slgnaturo
Is on each box. 25 cents.
Tho use of the Singer in millions
homes shows the unprecedented suc
cess of theso Ideal sewing machines.
It Is convincing proof that the Singer
excels In nil kinds of family sewing
and nrt needle vtork. All our sewing
machines am of the ht'st construction,
beautifully decorated, and are mounted
on selected woods In finely finished
cabinets of nrtlctlc design. II. Berger-
sen, agent, 10V4 Bethel Btrcet, P,
By virtue of an Order Issued out of
tne Circuit Court of tho First Judicial
Circuit, Hon. George D. Oear, presid
ing, in a cause at Chambers entitled
Adolalde Schllef ct al. versus Joseph
Clarke et ai.. Equity Division, Number
1Z08. the undersigned will sell at Pub
lic Auction 10 the highest bidder, sub
ject 10 confirmation by said Court,
ON SATURDAY, SEPT. 14, 1901,
At 12 O'clock Noon,
At tho mauka entrance to tho Judici
ary Building. In said Honolulu, Oahu,
tne following dcscrlbeu lands and tho
Improvements thereon, to wit:
1. That certain piece or parcel of
land situate on tho N. K. corner of
King and Puncnbowl Streets, In Hono
lulu, Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, and
bounded and described as follows:
Commencing at North corner and
South 29 East 75 links along Kco-
Souti. 48 30' West 3S9 links aloii
Hana ilaalllio's; thencu
N'ortn G7 West 37 links along King
North 42 East 312 links along
Punchbowl street; thence to place o:
commencement, area 1-5 acre. The
samo being R. P. 57U5 of L. C. A. 24'i
to Honokaupu, and being tho samo
conveyed to the said Joseph Latarus
by Mrs. o. K. Fyfo and D. K. Fyfs,
her husband, as per deea dated Nov.
3rd. 1S83, and recorded In Liber 84,
2. Royal Patent Orant Number 350.
lhat certain piece or parcel of land
situate at tho South Slope of Punch
bowl Hill. Honolulu. Island of Oahu.
and described as follows: Lot No. 502.
Beginning at a point on mauka sido
of Klnau Street and 200 tt. Wcstcrlv
from Iron pin at West angle of Boatd
man a premises, thence tne boundary
runs by true bearings;
N. 21- 12' E. 286 ft. along lots 503
S. 81' 31' W. 115 5-100 along Luna-
8. 21 12 W. 229 along Lot 501;
S. 68 4S' E. 100 along Klnau St. to
Area 25750 sq. ft.
3. Two lots No. 117 and No. 118 on
Beretanla Street, being lots or paro's
of land described 111 Royal Patent No.
284, and described as follows;
Commencing at tho makat South
corner of Lot No. lit! IT. Metcalf's)
South 78' 15' East 200 ft. nloi.i;
mauka street to West corner of I."t
No. 119 (H. II. Rowlln's), thenco
North 11 45' East 150 ft. along Lot
No. 119 to Its mauxa North corner,
North 78' 15' West 200 tt. to maukt.
E. corner of Lot No. 116, thenco
South 11' 45 West 150 ft. along Ln
No. 116 to place of commencement.
containing 833 fathoms and 12 ft more
or less. Less what has since been
deeded to the wife. (This lot Is on thj
Walklkl aide of lot now occupied by
Mrs. A. L .King.)
4. That certain piece or parcel ot
land situate at the mauka corner of
Punchbowl and Palaco Walk Streots,
In said Honolulu, described as fol
Apana 1. Commencing at a point on
Punchbowi Street; being North corner
of l'a.aco WalK and Punchbowl Street.
which is ..10 South West corner of
this lot, thenco
North 43 East 96 chains along
Punchbowl street; thenco
North 44' 'West 3.17 chains along lot
of Kclllahomil; thenco
South 37 West 1.09 chains along
government to Palace Walk along lot
of French; thence along same to placo
of commencemut. Area 1 rood 10
perches R. P. No. 4514 L. C. A. 278 to
5. That plcco or parcel of land at
the West corner of Maunakea and Ph
uahl Streets, Lot "B" antl Lot "C".
Beginning at a point on Lie North
Westvsldo of Maunakea Street 35.0
feet makat of the corner ot Pauabl
Street and running
8. 67 10' W. Truo 61.6 ft. along Ma
N. 32 60' W. True 42.0 ft. along Ma
lla Kahai lot.
N. 57 10' E. 'irue C2.0 ft. along
8. 32 22' E. True 42.0 ft. along Fire
Department lot to tho Initial point and
containing an area of 2590 square feot.
This lot Is leased to Liu Cnong at :!i
per month, which lease will explro on
tho 1st day of May, 11)08.
6. Also the undivided Interest of tho
late Joseph Lazarus in and to thoje
certain pieces or parcels of land situ
ated In tho U.stnct ot Hana, island of
Maul, described as follows:
1. That certain plcco sltuato at Ka
politic and conveyed to O. Keakaulalwl
ami J. utliaKa by deed recorded In the
Register of Deeds In Honolulu 111
Book 78 on, pages 354 and 355 area
(lljlllt.--t I. ...IB, .
2. Thnt portion oftnivAhupuaa of
guinea luiitiii-u ijtouiu 11, iii-anmr
lalwl anil J. KUiakVby'ilood recorded
In said Regis) erJUook on pages 33j
nnd Jfct, nren j ffil'trt'il 25 acres.
inrTroh of the Illalna of Kon-
Register in Book 78 on pages 352 and
353, area acquired 21 acres.
All of said pieces or land being ths
samo that were convoyed to Josoptt
Lazarus b D. Toomey iiy deed dated
April 6, 18iG, and recorded In Book
158 on paf;o 298. and now .under lea.ie
to the nsmoal Plantation, said leaso to
explro on March 19, 1904.
Terms of sale aro cash In U. S. Ooli
coin, thnt ten (10) per cent of th
amount be paid, on the day of sale, and
deeds at cxpenso 01 purchasers. For
further particulars, enquire of tho un
dersigned at his ofllco in said Judici
Dated Honolulu, Oahu, August 15,
1901. J. A. THOMPSON,
IN THE, CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST
Circuit. Territory rf Hawaii Al chamber In pro
bate. In the matter of the Ettata of Paul Frledrldi,
Aneuit Eh'ert. The latt will ana letftmeni of tall
1-ceateJ. havlnf been prewnlel to ttll Court to-
f:ether with petlllon tor fha probate thereof, ani
or the It.utnce of Ictteit icttaBientary to W Pfo
enhauer hivlnc ben nlei notice ll hereby riven
thai MONDAY, SIPISMBID 1 6. A. O. IOOI, at 1.
o'clock a. m ol tall day, itlh.Courtroomolt.il
Court at Honolulu, Oahu, ba anl the tame hereby ll
appoin'el the time anl r lite for provmr tall will
anl hearing tall application.
Honolulu, AuruU to. t9oi
By th Court.
toote-Aug ie.io.-fl Seplt (Jerk.
Notice to Creditors.
The unJenlcntJ lining btrn duly appointed
cutrlxoMntwillof Wlllum C, Wilier, Hit of Ho-n-Muu,
Uahj, 4ccmJ, htrtvy gives notlr to all
rtrto s flavins clalmt atalntt the csai ot the tali
William C WHJff, deceased, to rrtwnt tnt tini to
her Suiv autDrmicsteJ .and oltbprrrfr vouchers, It
any exist, whether secured by tnortgit.e or other
wit, at the nfhte of tiatincr K. Whirr on ITaAhu.
aanu sfeet, Honolulu, within sit months from dale,
or t.ch claim will t loroer tarred.
Honolulu, August to, loct.
Executrix of the wltl of William C. Wilder.
iatt4t Aug. to. it. Sept. 1. 10
All Native Sous of California who
wish to participate in the celebration
on September 'J. 1901. are requested to
call at the office of I.. C. Abies, on
Fort street, and register. 192'JiH
NOTICE TO NATIVE DAUQHTER8
The native-born Sons of California
respectfully request tho Natlvo
Daughters to furnish tho name of their
town anil county and their present
stresses at the earliest convenience
in order that Invitations may be ex
tended to them and inclr escorts t.r
attend 'tho entertainment and ball t.i
bo given In celebration of the Cist an
niversary of Admission Day, Sept. 9th,
1901. WAtTIfSIl B. WAl.t..
Chairman of Committee.
W. 1'. IlAItUV. Secretary.
1'. O. Ilox 272; 192991
THE HAWAIIAN LABOR BUREAU
Will cngago laborers in tho Hawaiian
Islands and furnish them to planta
tions. Individuals, Arms or corpora
tions. Will undertako contract work
and furnish experienced and reliable
contractors. Orders promptly at
tended. Telephone 230 Main. P. O. box 877.
Temporary office, Spreckels liiilli-
Ing. Koom ll, frort street, Honolulu.
ROOMS AT 642 BERETANIA 8T.-
Thc formor restdenco of 11. I-ose.
Electric lights, hot and cold water,
rooms largo and airy and very taste
fully furnished. Excellent table board.
An artlc'e which has stood severe
tests, snd which can be furnished
as wanted, In good condition.
Sample can be seen
at the store of
Lewers & Cooke.
Sole AcntH. ,
(UileMnverud to said O. Keakaulalwl nud
'J. Klliaka by deed recorded In said
PARTIES DESIRING TO PURCHASE
Horses and Mules
can dn so by applying
by letter to the : : i
Hurauula Sheep Station
Have hr$e on hand to suit any and all
R. W. JON 1:8, Manager.
Kamuela P.O. Is'anJ of Hawaii
Fino Job Printing nt tho Unl
must's faiatja.' uJb&S&jtviJ