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kWN-.NIVi-I Mfii.l.KTlN MnNnt.tH.li H. T., THUR8DAY, JAN. Z, 1902.
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8trgens, 'nyslelans and Dentists.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
HOUHS It A, M TO I. r.M.i
i to j r. m i to i p.
SUN0AY1 II IP M
P.O. Ron Sol.
Dr. Albert E. Nichols
1154 Alakea Street.
Office Hours 9
A. C. WALL, D.D.S.
O.E. WALL, D.D.S
Love nulldlng. Fort StreeL
Hours. 9 to 4. Tolophono Main S20
Dr. Wm. G. Rogers,
6UROt.ON AND SPECIALIST.
Eye, Ear, Note and Throat Exclusively
REMOVED to new ofllco, IMS Ala
fcoa Street, opp. Hawaiian Hotel.
Hours. to 12, 3 to 5:30, 7 to 8: Bun
dart, to 11.
WHYTE & MACKAY
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
A Smooth Scotch Whiskey
Drink No Other.
MANUFACTURED FROM PURE
DISTILLED WATER. 1 : : :
Delivered to any part ot
city by courteous drivers.
Oahn Ice and Electric Co
TELEPHONE DLUE 3151.
hOFFflAN & flAKKiMn.
a New Lot of
Beaver Lunch Rooms
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Ice Creams and Water Ices,
Chocolate and Confections.
The Finest Resort In the City,
Try our "Elite" Oyster Cocktails.
A. Harrison Mill Co., Ltd.
Tel. White mi. P. O. Box 552
Sawing, Planing, Turning and
Mill Work In all Its brandies.
Lumber - Kiln - Drying
a specLlty, and In large or small
Uonolnln Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUOAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
ecrlptlon made to order. Boiler work
nd RrVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposoa a specialty. Particular atten
tlon paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.
' 814 FORT ST.,
Ii. -Has tho Best Assortment of
PACIFIC ISLAND CURIOS
In tbe City.
FTtFSH HOME-MADE POT ON TUES
ntvfl anp vinnAYs
New Map of Oahu
fej. p.cl'a from O.
Government Surei .nt Ch.m,
Pl.nl, Horn. Ktllvly. anj imiei
nl.Ll.Cn.i,n,. THE MAP IS ifil.t IhCtlfcA
wltti trtU'lc vleilnc "it nt inountinc, oink
hir wv UMlul well orniinen'.l will trap
THB tICH OF THC MAP IS JlO BO Copk UO
frtUMIlM JAS TTmoRi
P lOJBm to- !o JoJ4 llulljlnjf. Mcnolulul T, II
P'' "mTwAUAN NEWS CO.. LTD
iilFYflll WISH Tfl ADVERTISE
,; IN NEWSPAPERS 1
J AWVWIIERB AT ANYTIMB
! ' Call on or Write
! !E.CDAKE'S ADVERTISING AGEKCYj
6 & 05 Merchanis' exchange
1 AN PUANCI5C0. CAI..
1 Trent Ynur &&$ml M
, 1 Best Girl sSf 1
I to ri J I
I thc 'SMfsvAl
I best JSB
mat s RJolKj
'-"VNL BEST" mffii
Tbc DEER tbat pleases nWM
the best people. flJaH
Bottled at the Brewery. Rll
Fred Miller Brewing Co, ImiHB
I Ho.fschlaeger Co., Ltd.
I King Street, near Bethel.
RuhhcII Ii. At. Viitnon
RUSSELL & WATSON,
Offices Magoon Dulldlnj.
2ini4-lm 'Phone Main 323.
C R Hemenway
OFFICE 408 JUDD DUILDINO.
TEL. 314 MAIN.
Albert R. Cunha
ArruHNbl AT LAW.
108 StHnfienvVfild Building
TELEPHONE MAIN 81.
'. AtMin Whiting,
W. J. Robinson,
-tem--ed to Room 306, Judd Building
J. M. KANEAKUA,
'fflce Bethel 8U Near the Postotflce
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
SJNG CHAN CO.
Hardware, Tinware, Glassware
and Carriage Goods, Etc., Etc.
(i nil Kcwtr Connec
tion., ii Kpcclnlty.
229 King St., between River 8L and
R. R. Depot.
Fine English and American Goods
G$ Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
P O. BOXgtl.
TEL WHITS 9
75 nnd 7i) King Street
TELEPHONE NO. 31.
OW Is tho tlmo to got leaks
breakages soon to, and your
RooTb Put In Order.
By competent workmen.
The Plumber's Strike
Is over, and I :.m again prepared
to do Plumbing, Sewering and
Sheet Iron Work as heretofore.
Estimateo furnished... WorK.
manshlp ana material guaran
teed. Jas. Noli, Ji,
Store, Beretanla opp. Alakea St.
leU White 3571.
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
GO CENTS EACH
In sale at office ot , . .
TUB . . .
LOSING TRADt SAF
CONSUL BOYLE HLYILWS
OLD COUNIRY AFFAIRS
"Something Must De Done" Is the
Un.ve.sal Or' Among Tiai esmen
- Ameiicau Woikmeu Aie
Washington, Dec. 24. Thcro Is a
largo and ovor-lncreaslug number of
thoughtiitl mid well Imormcd proplo In
Great Britain who express the serious
belief that 11 radlcnl cnanges ito noi
(ouio about In 'lie near iiituro thu
United Kingdom will bo rolegatcd to
t. 1 niril pusi.ion m ibu rank of tho
wtf-ld's trade nnd commerce. This
s meincnt Is made by United States
Consul llovlo nt l.lverpnol. In his an-
nual report extracts from which wero
made nubile today by the Slnto Depart
ment. It Is conceded, says Consul
i ii-ie, that in luanulaciures Ureal
Urltaln, within tho last few years, has
fatlcil to meet tho competition ot thc
I. lined Hi nil's nnd Germany.
Iloylo says that tho optimistically
Inclined plead exceptional and marvel
ous natural advantages as far us tho
linl ed Stales Is concerned, wullo as
to Germany a fierce competition, tho
unsatlsiuctory llnanclal and commei
clal situation now prevailing In that
empire Is cited ns nn Instance of n
country booming l.self too rapidly.
The cry 01 "Something must bo done."
sayis the Consul, is going up Irom com'
merrlal bodies, poll. leal speakers, eco
nomic writers nnd the uuwspapers,
There are fenrH expressed, says
Iloylo, that even In thc carrying trado
tho supremacy ot Ureal llrltnln is
tnreniened. When tho war In South
Airua is over, ne says, lucre Is to ba
a populur deiiiuuu tor legisiaitvo ac
ilon. and the induailons arc tnnt thu
Uriilsb Government will uo ccmpollcd
tu give muro earnest consideration to
i' - ts relating to trade and com
merce. ..uc Is n strong sentiment among
tho masses of Ureal llrnnli,, nod one
wiilcn appears to be gaining strength
as time goes on, in lavor 01 bnugmg
about wunt has becoma popularly
Known as "lair trade, and wlncn, says
Consul Doyle, Is naming but reciproc
ity. Protection, ne snys. Is not very
much advocated, but It Is significant
tnnt many ot tnc most widely circulat
ed papers of tirent iirttain nro now
boldly advocating a poucy of "fair
trade," or "do to others as they do tu
you." Against this sentiment, how
over, thu Consul says, must bo set the
national dislike to chango established
Institutions, of which ireo irauo Is one
01 tho most liinilacicQt.il.
In regard to educational refoims In
the United Kingdom. Consul Itovlo
says that tho universally acknowledged
inferiority or Great Britain to most of
the leading nations, particularly tho
United States and Germany, la given
frequently ns ono of tho chief reasons
why Great llrltnln is being outstripped
lu her manufactures. Tho flubject ot
education, ho says. Is a very thorny
ono In England. Etforts are now mak
ing by tho respective authorities to bo
euro uniformity of methods and re
sults, while raising too s.nnunrd at tbo
A particularly Interesting portion ol
Consul l!oyli'H report Is thnt wherein
lio views thc American and the llritlsh
woikman side by side In a compailson
which places the American far to tho
fore. English manufacturers, ho sajs
find It almost Impossible to get the
sarao amount of product from ma
chines as Is obtained In America. Thu
small extent to which up-to-dato labor
saving machinery is used In Great
Urltaln, as compared with America,
and even Germany, Iloylo says, 1b n
fruitful tuple of discussion. English
manufacturers, he says, nro handicap-
ped by reason of antiquated plants.
PUT WtlJtS UNDER GROUND
London, Dec. 21. ho breakdown of
England's telegraphic system, which
Is still In a utntc of scml-chaos ns tho
risult of the recent hevcro storm, has
produced a widespread demand for un
derground wires. Tnls sybtem ts al
nudy in usu between I-on&in and Bir
mingham and Is being extended north
ward. The postofflcc authorities point
to the tremendous expensu which
would 00 Involved In changing from
overhead to underground wlros
throughout thc United Kingdom, but
those who nre agitating fur the change
maintain that tbu loss caused by the
let on t storms would bavo gono tar
toward defraying the outlay which the
It Is estimated that London alonu
lest CIMO.OuO by the breanlng down
01 tbo telegraph wlroH, while tho rail
roads calculate their loss tinni thu
nnmo taubc nt about 1 10.000. Auoth
er objection put lorwnrd by thu Gov
ernment la that underground wires nro
slower aud harder to woik tlum over
head wires. Though tho damage wua
Intlhtcd over it week ago. ti-logruuble
and telephonic communication hetwien
Lomlonnind the provinces Is still In
romplcto nnd, In coino Instances, it
not et restored.
TO PROTECT POUtlGNEUS.
Washington. Dee. 21. Minister Con
kit has reported to thc State Dnpait-
ment certain correspondence between
himself and tho Chlneso Government
icgaidlug the precautions to bo taken
by foreigners traveling In tho Inland
illstrlctH of t hlnn to insure their per
sonal safety. Tho Ilourd of Foreign
Affalrb bau icquetitud that, in nevoid
moo with treaty provlslous, tmvclurs
lu the Interior of tho eouutiy uud
r.way from tbo vicinity of thu truaty
ports should always -o piovlded with
pn-Hports. It is further desired that
iiitteleis give the local nuiunrltlcs no
tit o lu ltd wince uf their liiteutiuu to
go further, In older that tno- authori
ties of the province towaid which they,
uiu traveling may ho notified and hull
ablo guard bu dispatched with them tu
protect them from harm.
Mtnlonnry Work In AuMrnlln.
Chicago, I)ee. 2.1. It Is t,ald that Itiv.
Charles M. Alexander, now engaged In
evangelistic work In Ilorton, Knn will
Join Rev. It. A. Torrey In nil mission
ary work In Australia. Mr. Torrey tic
paitetl for Sim FranclHco on Monday
night, after being given n farowell ser
vice by the members of his church,
Ho Balls on January 4 from Snu Fran
cisco for Japan nnd will visit China bo
foie going to Australia, lu Australia
ho will remain four months, and Mr
Alexander will aid him there.
PRESIDENT IN ROLE
OF KRIS KRINGU
Jolly Paity at the While House-
Family Gathering of the Ileal
U d Fashioned Kind-Pie-
seuis tur the Ihudiea.
Washington, Doc. 26. This has been
a Jovous day nt tlifl Wnlto House,
l-'ram early dawn mull darn uio nulu
ones enjoyed every mlnuto. I'reBtdcnt
and Mrs. House veil nnd planned to
witness tho pleasure of tno children
v, nen they necked In.o tho stockings
but the joungslcrs had preceded them
.o thu sltiing room and wero swamped
in a dclugo of remembrances that had
been placed there.
Mrs. Itoosevelt was welcomed on en
icring tho room by llttlo Archibald,
who blew loud blasts upon n bugle,
dlsplatng sound lungs. Baby tjuen ,u
was proud In his drum. Ho quickly
found that now melodv cn'i'd b" -"M
ed by tho Insertion of a few pebbles
through u lioio ill us sine. n, ..i.eo
received a flno diamond corsage orna
ment from her lather. Tucodoro Jr.
received a splendid hunting outfit
slioiguu, magazine rlfla and hunting
knifo complete. Those arms will bo
tried oil his hunting trip, wnicli begins
tomorrow under tho guidanco of Dr.
The family breakfast followed and
tho morning was devoted to a lamny
reunion. Interrupted briefly nt times
by complimentary v.sits irom n lew
Cabinet members, who wero received
as guests of tho family nnd did not
break tho smooth course ot the fam
At 1:30 the whole fam..y. Including
Mnmc," the family nurse, drove to
the lesldonco of Captain Cowles.
Shortly alter their nrrival an electric
switch was turned and tbe blazing
rco astonished even tho older mem
bers of tho two families by Its beauty,
Tho display was bold in the large sit
ting room on the second Door of the
Cowles mansion. Thu tree was of
noblo proportions, sot In mossy
grounds, with a lako and some won
derful animals grouped on Imaginary
When tho mcrtlmcnt was nt Its
height and tho absence ot tbe Presi
dent was notcu. the children wero
awed to wonderment oy tho entrance
of n rollicking, pranksomo Santa Clans.
iteul snow and Icicles seemed to cling
to his boots ana bark. Jus. like Santa
Claim of tho legends, this kind saint
seemed to know all nbont the llttlo
boyH and girls, and Just the right pres
unts and rowards promised for good
behavior were forthcoming.
Ilaby Quontlu was tho first to notice
tho absenco of his father and lament
ed tho fnct vociferously until calmed
by thc reception of a baby rough rid
er's uniform, which Mrs. Cowles had
made herself and was a compliment
ary gift to offset tho lovely sailor's
uniform for Master bhefflcld Cowles,
At C o'clock both families rodo to
tho Whlto Houso for tbo family din
ner. President Roosevelt carved thu
turkev. It was a Joyous family feast
and finished with an old-fnshloncd des
sert of pumpkin and mine a pies, sent
by Mrs. Itoosevelt s neighbors at Oys
ter Day. The evening was devoted to
games nnd niices.
GOMEZ IMVIMG TltlltJIiLE
Havana, Dec. 25. According to tel
CKiaras printed In Senor Estrada Pal
ma's organs. General Gomez Is faring
badly lu his political matters. In
I'uorto I'rluclpa province his meetings
have been broken up, ho has been
gieeted with shouts of "Traitor!" and
stones have .been thrown nt him. Gen
erni Gomez Is mounted on tbu same
horse ho usod during the war and Is
accompanied bv a band and a number
of veterans. Tbo Maso fueling Is run
ning strong In Puerto Principe. The
Naclon says Gomez is paid by thu
Government to stump thu country. Ilo
Is met with tbat accusation on every
hand. Maso's followers have with
drawn evory ono of their candidates.
and thu feeling nt some points Is bitter.
A banquet was given to tho olllcors
of the United States fleet today by tho
Cuban veterans. -. It was a grand demt
onstratlon of gratitude on tho part of
the Cubans toward tho American riu
vy. General Carlos Garcia presided.
Governor General Wood in proposing
a tonst to tho future republic said
that when tho fleet tame again It
would find a stablu government in Cu
bit. Rear Admiral Hlgglnson thanked
the Cubans for their grand outpouring
oi hospitality, and said tho presence
or tho fleet bad no Hpuclal signifi
cance and certainly no polltlcul one.
It w-jh it source of satisfaction to him,
hu declared, tbat thu Navy had tK-en
nn Important factor In bringing pence.
Captain .MtCalla paid a hlh-i tribute
'o General Garcia, who had co-operat-eil
with him nt Santiago, and to tbo
Cubans for their courage and fortitude
tluiiug tho war.
hTON HOYS ISLTIING.
New Yolk, Dec. 21. A cable to tho
Sun from Loudon says: Thu school
buys nt Eton liuvti been forbidden to
purchase papers In the streets. The
edict to this effect was prompted by
the discovery that tbu bo weio ba
tins extensively on the horse rnren
by cot reHiiondeiicu nnd bought the aft
ernoon papers merely to tee thu win
ners nnd watch tho betting, The mas
ters had noticed nn eager rush for tbo
papers, and wheu Inquiries wt-ro imulo
iih to what was lute-resting thu buys
o keenly the answer always was that
it was football or erlcket matches. One
houso master, however, who happen
ed to liuve tho sumu name ns one of
Lis diidIIs. received In error a check
flum n boukmnker und a circular from
belting ugents nnd tlpbters, with the
CONCI. IATOKY MOVE.
Washington, Dec. 20. Repri wnlii
tttc l'eaiiu of Maryland has Introduced
a bill reviving the grade of Vice Ad
miral of the Navy and authorizing tho
appointment of William T. Sampson,
Wlufleld S. Sehle-y und Churles E.
Clark to tho grade of Vice Admiral.
Ab Mr. I'earre represents tho district
from which Schley comes aud has been
an active adherent of the Admiral, the
proposition to unite Admirals Sampson
nnd Schley nnd Captain Clark of thc
Oicgon In advancement to tbo rank of
Vice Admiral Is regarded as ft concilia
tory Btop. A similar bill was Introduc
ed In the Senate by Penrose of Penn
upsets tho stomach and prevents tho
tho blood. Tho stomach finally robols
tUilit uon u -.- J-
sla. Tho Hitters will strengthen tho
nerves and euro dyspspsla, co-stl-a-Hon,
biliousness, flatulency, also cro
Ve n hearty appetite, purify tho blood
mi build up tho system. Ilo suro
to try It.
cbsks hit mm
Stockton. Dec 25. A party of nbout
100 Greeks has been brought to this
county to grow sugar bts on tho Na
clco Ilurko tract of land back of llnnta.
Tho owner has decided to plant, most
of tho land to beets and proposes giv
ing them a thorough trial, as hereto
fore thcro has been sorao complaint
that the laborers employed to cultivate
tho beets were not exports In that lino,
nnd ns a consequence the crop wns not
ns remunerative ns It would havo been
with good care.
The foreigners wero brought rrom
Ocden and attract considerable atten
tion around the city. They will bo sent
to the ranch as soon as quarters oro
provided for them. The Greeks aro In
charge of a boss, and all of tho mon
are Blngle. They havo been working
In the Utah beet fields, nnd tho boss
says they nro experts In cultivating
WHAT HaRCOM SAYS
St. John'p. Dec. 10. Governor Boyle
of Newfoundland gave n largely nt
ended luncheon today In honor tu
Mr. Mnrconl. Among .ie guests pres
ent were Premier Honfl, tnu Cabinet
.Mlnlbtcis, thu ueads ol departments,
Marine Lloyds Underwriters' otUclals
and representatives of tho press. Tho
affair was practically n B.ate function.
Replying to a toast to his health Mar
"If my system of wireless telegin
(illy enn bo commercially established
between different parts of tho earth,
tho possibility of which I may statu.
I have not the blightes. doubt. It would
brlug about nn immense cheapening of
rates at present existing, iho sBtem
of submarine cables of today fulfills
thc tlemands ot communication to n
rreat extent. Hut the groat cost of
cables themselves, and their heavy
working expenses, cause the existing
method to be beyond tho reach of n
majority of people Inhabiting tho va
rlous countries of tho world, llufcould
this new method bu applied I believe
thu cost of what wo now call thu cab
ling to England might bo reduced at
least twenty-fold. The present rates
aie 25 cents a worth 1 do not see why,
eventually, with tue wireless system,
this cost should not bu reduced to 1
cent a word or less."
8t. John's, N. F Doc. 19. Marconi's
ittomey hero has Informed counsel
for the Anglo-American Telegraph ii
Cable Company that Marconi will tem
porarily cease his tests of wireless te
legraphy, and, without admitting the
rights of the Anglo-Amorlcan Com
pany, will notify that compnuy prior
to resuming thu tests. Tno situation
otherwise Is unchanged today.
NO ULTIMATUM SENT
Berlin, Dec. 21. Tho announcement
that Germany nnd font an ultimatum
to Venezuela hns been conspicuously
printed In tho press noro. Tnoso
nuwBpaperH maintaining the closest 10
intluiiB wiih tho Government uillrm
that this news la premature. Wbllo nn
ultimatum has not jet been delivered
to Venezuela, thuy say, this stop wnl
Boon bo taken uuless Venezuela jiulda
,o what are deemed the reasonable de
mands of German
The Cologne Volks Zeltung, lu an
extensive article on Germany's ntti
Hide toward tho Monroe doctrine, ns
ser.B that thu assurances of Dr. von
Hollebcii, the Germnn Embassador to
thu United States, with regard to tho
Venezuelan matte, , tudlentu Ger
many's recognition of Lie Monroe due
tt ine lu a more abtolutu manner than
hns heretofore been none. It says that
Germany bows to tho Monroe doctrine,
and alludes to the expression of thu
Into I'l-incu Bismarck that thu Monroe
doctrine was "a piece of impudence."
This utteraneo of tho German states
man, which Is doubtless authentic, Ikib
lust been published for the first time
by thu Hamburger Nachrlcliten, Ills
marek's household organ. Neve-rthn-Ihb,
tho olognti Volks Zeltung admits
thut "thc lmpudcnco of thu United
States" Is succeeding brilliantly, nnd
that Europo already Is accustoming
itself to tho Ider. I ie tutelage of thu
United States In nth America.
Cut n I ll ClllWCH Oe-fllll
New York, Dve. 21. James Hlclts
n prominent Iron manufacturer of Cin
cinnati, died at tho Waldorf-Astotlu
Hotel today ot blood poisoning. Hu
cume to this city about u week ago. A
few ditys later he was licking un en
volopi, when tbc sharp edgo of thu pa
per rut his lip and blood poisoning
HI n U tvn-roUonoo
Tmnij for U-tmorrhtVA,
Whlt-M. uannturtl dl.
I rhargre, or any loU'trama
1 floo, irrltatlun or ulccra-
ST-1 "I". -; -v - - -
imttn-nuHtsicitua. f by Drurau6.
MBi.4iu Lion aril munoiii men.
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br eipn-w, pri-pvlJ, fur
if ID, or 3 lollU., (173.
CircoJar .eat ti rwueat.
STUTV 0MIMIM4 1.
Lines of Travel,
CROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
iIt THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York,
illsaan Palace Sleepers. Buffet, 8mok
'ng and Library Cars, with Barber
-hop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
. LOTHROP, General Agent
135 Third street, Pottland, Oregon.
W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
Sr. 1 Montgomery SL.San Francisco.
U LOMAX, O. P. & T. A.,
.72 Omaha, Nebraska.
YOU CAN DO IT NOW
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 $3.
Honoltiln Office, 315 Fort St.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for your message
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
Cart leave Walklkt for ton at 5 j. 6.13. 6.4S a.m.
and every it minutes thereafter HU 10:4s, I'l'J nd
11 jlP M. from Waiklkl (to to the Punahou Stables.
Cars leave R Range or Pawaa switch for town at
5.41A.M and every m minutes thtreafterilll ii.oJp.h
Uars leave Fort ani Kins streets corner for Hal ana
it 6. 10 a.m. and every 15 minutes after till st.ts
Cars leave for Palaraa or.ty at 1 and 5:10 a.m
Lars leave Palama for Walkikl j 4) a m, and every
i minutes till o it p.m . then at to.u and 10 44 P.M
liieii:ifp.M fom Palama for Punahou only oe
Cars leave Fort and King streets corner f 01 Rifle
Rans;e at $ to and vw a.m.
Cars leave Fort and King streets comer for Walkikl
at 6 ws A m. and every 1 3 minutes till 10 0 jp. M, thn at
io:m and uws P.M. The ii:jj P.M. toes to Walkikl
on Saturdays only.
DERETAN1A STREET AND IHJUANU VALLCV
Cars leave Punahou StbV for Town ats-)and
for Town and Valley at 3 40 5.50 6.10 :so 6 40 7 and
7 to A.m.
Cars leave Oahu College for town and valley at
6:y 6. jo and 7:10 a.m and ever 10 minutes UN 10:10
P.m. except the even hour and half, hour cars which
run from the Stable,
Cars leave Nuuanu Valley at 6' 10 6.jo 6.50 A.M and
every 10 minutes thereafter till xo 50 P.M
Cars leave Tort and Queen greets for Punahou
Collet t S 6 tj 6'4$ a M and every 10 minutes
after till q4 p.m. After that the cars run to the
Stable up to 1 1 .50P.M. which Is the latt car from Town,
reach log the Stable at 11. jo P.M.
telephone to All Parts of the Island.
EALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. O. UENItlQUES, PItOP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance is offered for
SEB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet tho S. S. Mauna Loa
it Katlua and take passengers overland
o Hookena, where the steamer is met
O. R. & L. Co.
From nnd aftor January 1, 1890.
STATIONS. OAltY DAILY
(OjUArJ) ex. Sun. DAICY ex. Sun DAILY daily
A.M. A.M. AM I'.M I'M,
Honolulu i io oi, n:os .i, j to
Peirl Lily.... 8 oj 048 11.40 1 47 Vto
Ew. Mill 81) 10:1,8 if 00 4.0s i.to
VV.I.n.. lo,o 4 4,
W.lalua 11:$, ... . 5 40 ....
Kahukt- i.'l o.ij ....
(Inwiia) en. Sun. daily daily daily
AM. A.M. P.M P.M.
ICahuku 5 j, .... a-8
WalaluA 4 10 .... e-.o
Wal.na. 10 ... j'j
fcwa Mill vjo t.4) l-o-l 4:1
IV. il City 611 801 i.)o ell.
Honolulu f-'so S.js ,0, , 16
F C. SMITH, Gen'l Pass. & Ticket Agt.
O 1 DENIRON. Superintendent
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A COTTAGE SAFE
KING AND BETHEL STS.
King Street Near Nuuanu,
FIRST-CLASS MEAL8 SERVED
AT ALL HOURS.
Cheapest Good Meal in Town.
Agents, Brokers and Jobber.
H. P. BALDWIN Prettdeml
J. n. CASTLE 1st Vice Presldsmt
W. M. ALEXANDER.... 2nd Vice Prm
J. P. COOKE Treasurers
W. O. SMITH Secret!
GEO. R. CARVER Andltoi
Sugar Factors and
HawallanjCommerclal ft Sugar Oa.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pata Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company,
Klhcl Plantation Company, -1
Hawaiian Sugar Company,
Kahulul Railroad Company, '
The California and Oriental S. S. C
W.G. Irwin &0o
Western Sugar Refinery Company el
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Pkila
dclphla, Pa., U. S. A.
Newdl Universal Mill Co. (National
Cano Shredder), Now York, U. 8. A.
N, Ohlandt ft Co.'s Chemical Fertil
Alex. Cross ft Sons' htgh-grado Fertil
Iters for Cano and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
ParafTlno Paint Co.'s P. & B. Paint ami
Papers; Lucol and Llnceed Oils,
raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), In wklbi
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lima aJ
CASTLE & COOKE
LIMITED, 4 j
The Ewa Plantation Co.
Tho Walnlua Agricultural Co., LU.
The Kohnla Sugar Co.
The Watamca Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, SL Louis, Ma.
Tho Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
The Now England Life Insurance C,
The Etna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartfor
The Alliance Assurance Co. of Londom.
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M tr e. v el o .v"C
ILIIPE and FIRE
Kbw England Mutual xifh In
surance Co. of Boston.
tna Fire Insurance Company
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. G. Irwin, .President and Manage!
Claus Sprockets Vice President
W. M. Olffard.. Second Vice President
H. M. Woltno7, Jr....Treas. and Be.
Qeo. J. Ross Audltxm
AOENTB OF THB ;
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, OAL.
0. BREWER & CO., LTD.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H,
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ooks't
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomca Sugar Co
Ilonomu Sugar Co , Walluku Sugar Co.,
Makce Cugar Co., Haleakala Ranch Co.,
Tbo Planters' Line of San Francisco,
Packet; Chas. Berwcr & Co.'s Line ot
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. M. Cooke, President; Georf.
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. S.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, II, Wa
terbcuse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
Tho Lancashire insurance Co,
The Ilalolae Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sowing Machine, Etc.
Pensylvania Fire Insurance
COfflpany, Clins. T. Wilder,
General Manager ot
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United States for the Ha
J Olllce, : Merchant SL : Honolulu.
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