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KVKNINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T., FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1902.
Surgtont, Physicians and Dentists.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
oitict, Mais j8! I
HOURS it A m to i r m .
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REMOVED to new office. 1146 Ala
kea Street, opp. itnwatlan Hotel.
Hours, 9 to 12, 3 to G:30, 7 to 8; Sun
day!, 9 to 11.
WHYTE & MACKAY
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A Smooth Scotch Whiskey
Drink No Other.
MANUFACTURED. FROM PURE
distilled WATER. : : : :
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city by courtoous drivers.
Oaliu Ice and Electric Co
TELEPHONE BLUE 3151.
HOFFMAN & HARKIIAH.
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE.
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TOE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine lee 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 1221.
P. O. Box 552.
Sawing, Planing, Turning and
Mill Work In all Its branches.
Lumber - Kiln - Drying
a specialty, and in large or small
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY ot every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
nd RIVETED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tlon paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.
314 FORT ST.,
Hoa tbe Best Assortment ot
PACIFIC ISLAND CURIOS I
In tbe City. 1
FRFSH HOME-MADE PO' ON fl E3-1
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VY. Aostin Whiting,
W. J. Robinson,
Remr-ed to Room 306, Judd Building
J. M. KANEAKUA,
COUNSELLOR A" LAW,
Office Bethel St., Near the Postofflce
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Kaliikinui Meat Market
FRUITS AND VEOETABLGS
Beretanla Street, Corner Alakea.
'Phone Blue 2511.
ALSO AT THE
MEAT 8TALLS 19 AND 20.
SING CHAN CO.
Hardware, Tinware, Glassware
and Carriage Goods, Etc., Etc.
and Sewer Connec
tions a Spccltilty.
229 King St., between River 8t. and
R. R. Depot.
Fine English and American Goods
65 Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
P O. Box 961, TEL WHITS gi
The Plumber's Strike
Is over, and I cm again prepared
to do Plumbing, 8ewerlng and
Sheet Iron Work a heretofore.
Estimates furnished... Work
manshlp ana material guarai
Jas. Nott, Jr.,
Store, Beretanla opp. Alakea St.
Tel, White S571.
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
CO CENTS EACH
On sale at oflice ot . . .
THB . . .
HOW CYLDE BROWN
FOUND A FORTUNE
In n largo mining town In the far
Uiuf thin, llvin ttenrce Unmlolf. u '
wining King, who by uiuure is as stern
unil uiimiur) us men aio apt to bo
wuen tnoy luiitiiro sudcip riches. In
lulilitluu to Ins gold, lie possessed n
lure ircusuic in tnu person ot liln
duiighur HubsIo, as sweet n 17-yenr-uiil
maiUiii us mr lm.J.
1'ruay lltubie uiil uoi laik for lov
uru, ami initio us uaturiill the lunrcd
one was Hie M'ry one mat litr tathci
Civile liiimn mis fr.inU spoken, with
an huiiust, manly luio, a true, loving
ikuu ami Hun- clbc , I
"li. ldlzubvtb her father nl I
ttnin lulled her that when iIisiiIimrimI
- "how imi jou forget that o niu
UtmimloU iiuui the llunUolls of Vir
ginia'' Just a little longer, (laughter
u jear or two at the most and u
will ko Kant rind llu ns oilier people
ilo 'lbin my Jewel ma) nud h worth
"I want no one but Cl)de, papa,'
proiubUU lKbBle leanully.
11K team made uo impression un
the nuiu man 01 (korgu uantlolf.
However, ho cumlesituded to glo a
loimmoiial loiiseut lo uieir union
siKii an iibsuia louduloii mat piuple
luugued uuu shook tneir heads, mid
IIi'bsioh iia-rrj luie grew grue.
' wmii uu iuu 8iiuv the possession
of one liunund thousatid uullam ou
inn uau iar, he said gilmiy, lu mi
nvr to Cbue UromiB maiilj petition
Until dan 1 II near no uioie about
"You inn uatcr do It," nobbed IIor
Hit- whin (hey mood alone In the moon
light b the ro id n lew moments later,
Mule her luther watined ungrlly Irom
the window ' Kortuuea me womler
t nl l made lu these mines sometimes,
but none w,il lull lo us.
"Don t bo discouraged, my precious
Queen Hess, Cl)de returned, with nil
a lover's unreasoning tondiicss. "Only
mist In me through all and wait lor
mo, no matter what may happen Will
ou promise me that.
"Indeed I will, dearest! You knew
that 1 would before ou asked," Hhu
murmuied. "Hut do not try me too
much, lor father Is ob hard as a rock. '
' 1 must go awoy lor a while, my dar
ling. Somewhere lu jonilur endless
chain of mountains a lortune la wait
ing tor me. 1 teel It I hiiow It as well
as If It were already In my grosp," ho
arswered lu (solemn earnestness.
"Clod grunt that It may be so," she
And then she walked slowl) to tbo
Ilium-, to her lather s great roller.
Tno next morning CI) do lelt thi
towu fully equipped lor a prospecting
tour, and quite alone cxieptlng the
three large dogs which lollowed se
dutcly at his heels.
For some time the prize which he
Bought eluded him, but it came to him
at lust in a Btrango manner.
One day, aaer lollowmg tho coursn
01 a nolny, shallow stream Into a nar
row valley hemmed In by lolly moun
tains, he cumped at the foot of a gi
gautic tree near tho water.
'Ihu dogs wnlncd uneasli) and sniff
ed at a hole among the roottt of the
lice, but he called them uway mid
went on bulldiiiK a lire lo ook supper
liorii tho loose wood and brnmucs
'.Now that tho fire Ih road)." he
mused aloud, "1 wonder ir l II find any
As If lu answer a half grown deer
rnino down to the streum on the op
lcslto bank not many rods nway.
It stopped, with one lout upraised,
and looked at tho dons with startled
e)es. The next instant the report il
CI) do's illle rang out, the deer leapt d
Into the air, spiung lorward nnd leil
Into the Btrcjiu, irom whlih It was
6(On dragged b) tho dogs
Hut tho echoes made h) tne report
had not died out among the hills bo
lero another sound aruuscd them
It was tho screum of nn uiiki-j pan
ther from the mountain behlnu hltu,
and It was Instantly answeied by an
other on tho right and )ct another far
dewn tho valley to the left
Clydo heaped tho dry limbs upon the
Hre, and tho dogB, usuall) as brave a
lions, whined plteously as the) skulk
ed closo to his feet.
Ho waited In breathless auxlety foi
dcvcral minutes, but could hear noth
ing except tho crackling of the lire,
which now threw a wide circle of
light, and the night wind among tho
Soon, following a magnetism which
Lc could not account lot, ho fixed his
gaze upon a tall tree near .jo base ot
the mountain nnd encountered the
glare of two llerce )ellow c)es.
A panther wur rrouihlng uieio upon
a long limb, over) uervu oi IiIb bod)
In motion as ho prcpuieu lor the fnliu
To aim and flro at him was the Im
pulse of a eceond, and the tawu) brutn
Pliant,' outwaid, with a Bimrl of in no
and pain, and lell squarely Into the
There was an unearlhl) Bhilek a
Binell of binning hair, a showei ot
ccals uud lightest wood; then tho
Inute stood, wounded uud blinded
near tho tree.
"At him, bo)sj at him!" tried
And tho dogs t losed lu on him, but,
wounded us ho was, he was more than
a match for them.
Ho killed one 'and sent tho others
howling to a safo distance before their
master could Binely aim the hectind
bullet, which quieted him.
Ho wnH not an InBtunt too Mjon, how
over, for theio enmo another tei rifle
ncieam, this tlmo fiom the tiee direct
ly over his bead.
"1 am ready for )ou now ' he nieti
toolly Hlghtlng another panthei tllrett
ly between tho sdntlllatlng o)pb.
He fired and sprang nslde, while tho
animal fell, struck the giuund with
a heav) thud. lowed the eaith linn
nlr (onvulslvely for a few setonds
and then lu iiulto kIIII
"This Is getting IntereBlliiK " mutter
ed Clyde grimly, cjelni; tho two Iiiiko
tawny bodies. tio dead dog nnd th$
skulking living oiipb, while ho thiew
fresh wood upon tho scattered Hit. nud
ecrcd In every direction.
"M ,w' Meow' Ssst-t-'"
Ho tinned sharply to see the heads
of two panther tubs thrust out of tho
hole near tho treo, their eare laid
close to their round heads and their
p)es sweeping tho scene In florce In
quiry. "Hn, ha' A regular family party
I've stumbled on," laughed Clydo.
"8c1 Seek "em, boys!"
And tho dogs pulled one kitten out
to tils death, while tho othei scrum
bled back In tbo holo.
Suddenly them was a might nolso In
tho edge of tho forest, on- two half
giown panthers camo cautiously Info
tho circle of the light, snlmng the nlr
uneasily mid evidently nlriild of a
'llio smell of the scorched hair and
the blinding glaro of ino fire puzzled
Hut CI) do did not wait lor them to
become s.itlslled of tho snlcly of an
attack. He fired two shots In quick
Mktcsslon, killing one animal nnd
bailly wounding the o.ucr, which tho
rltiK-t attacked lit onto.
When tho sharp, short fight was
over one dog limped bnck to receive
the praise of IiIb master, wmle the
other lay dcud beside Its Head foe.
"You and 1 are nloue now, llinvc.
my buy," B.iid his master, patting the
iIor's head 'Well, when da) light
Tomes well see alter iua. little vai
mint In tho hole '
Tho tilEht pasHed without furthei
molestation, hut CI) dc kept the (Ire
burning brightly wnile he busied blin
I eeir In sklnnliiK three of the panthers
the one which bad sprung Into the
fire being worthless.
Two were monstrous brutes male
c ml female, evldcn . tue parents of
the smaller pair as well ns the kittens.
I After a generoim brenklast of roast
td venison he enlarged tbo bole with
lils pick nnd shovel, and. after exam-
iulng his revolvers, trcpt In cautiously
villi u lighted torch, while the dog re
mained outside protesting against
such foolhardy tonduit by dismal )cps
I llio cavity under the spreading
I roots was deserted, but n larger open
Ins led Into the rocky mountain side
mid through this the nstonlshed )uung
man crept, to find himself In a natural
Ho soon discovered nnd killed tho
kitten, but tould find no signs or any
The floor of the cavo was tovcred
v ith bones, and a neatly made nest ol
sticks and leaves was In tho corner.
Hut Clydo did not notice these; he
was examining tho rocky sides, which
were of n peculiar veined gra)ish
There was a smile of satisfaction
en his fato when he had finished this
examination, and when ho crept rorth
Into daylight again lie muttered,
tweaking Ilrave'n ears until tho dog
)elped In pain nnd wonder.
"(luecn Hess Is mine, Ilrnvo' There's
gold enough there to satisfy even
OeorKe Handolf, I should say, nnd I
claim It as the panther's bequest."
I Ocorgc Rnndolf lould Bay no more,
'nllhough ho Insisted on visiting tho
.panther's den to see for himself.
I "Somo folks nro lucky," ho ndmltted
leluitnutly. "If that mine Is wortb
$100,000 )ou enn havo her for n Han
tloir novcr goes back on his word "
That was only a )car ago, nnd tho
1 mine has nlready netted Its ovv ncr ov er
I Hut he regards ns a dearer prize
llho loving wire who rules his heart
and home bis Queen Hess Syra-
THE RUSSIAN EMPRESS.
A letter from Herlln relates tho
following Interesting anecdote. "A
lew ilayb ngu a hale old man In a peas
nnt h (ostuiuc, but detornted with sev
mil orders mid crosses, was seen to
amend the lllgni ot steps lending to
the terrace ot the palace of Suns
Houd. A sentinel posted there stop
ped him, luloimtug him .hat ho conn!
not be nllowed 10 go rurther, as the
palaeo was Inhuolted by the Umpress
ot Itiibsla. 'Why, that h the ver) rea
son wh) I must go on, replied tho vet
nan, stuidii). An altercation en
tued, whleb was interrupted by the
(inlviil of Colonel Count von Atvenslo
Lt n Mist llquerry of the Umpress,
vho asked what wub the mattui Tho
old man leplled that he huu walked
li. ne (icrman miles to see the Km preps
bclorc his death, he having wived her
In her )outh from n watery grave. On
1 iirnlng Ibis, the Count bade him
wait, and on informing the Umpress
of tho occurrence, was ordered to In
(reduce him. Tho veteran approached
tho Empress with n firm step and
paid, 'I recognize her well, though she
h much changed.' Ho then reminded
llei Majesty of an occurrence which
took place In the park or Charlotten
burg where the lato King used to
pass tjio summer, living there In tho
style of a private gentleman. The Em
pi ess of Russia, then Princess Char
lotte, nnd only 7 )ears or age, was
one day playing near tho ornnmcntal
plete of water called mo Carp basin,
with her little sister, Princess Alexan
dria, nnd her brother, Prlnco
Charles whom who was drawing along
In u bath ihnli, In which oxcitlse sho
happened to go luther too near tho
water's edge A )oung guardsman
on duty not far off called to her, warn
big her of her danger, but In vain, the
llttlo Princess laughed nt her adviser
and continued to druw the bath chair
close to the brink. The soldier, on
seeing this stepped forward, held his
swoid beloro her nnd cried. 'Halt''
The Piiuccss, in a flight, Htepped
bulk, slipped nnd fell Into tho water.
Tho sentinel Instantl) plunged In after
l.er got hei Barely out, and dragging
tho so curt ulong with him, Princess
Alexandrluu running by his side nnd
ciylng all the while, carried her drip
ping wet, ob sho was, to Queen Louisa,
who was Blttlug before hur palaeo
leading Thu Queen, on learning
what had happened, bent over her
child, took fiom her neck n small
mtdalllon tontnlnlng a lock of her
(the Queen's) hair, and gave It to tho
guardsman Tho same medallion the
vetcian now showed to tho Hmpiess,
who Immediately recollecting the oc
cuueuce, with deep emotion requested
him to restore to her tho medallion
with her mother's hair, and turning
to PilucesB Gagarlnc, her lady o! lion
or detnthed her own poitrnlt set In
diamonds (nn ornament which the
Indies of tho Russian court generally
vveai as a mnik of spetial uhectlon)
f mm the bosom of that lady nnd g.ivu
It to the old gunrdsman, who went
aw a) delighted, and In passing by tbo
ki ntlni'l who had stopped him, showed
him the tilnket. saying, 'Do )ou be
that )bu stupid fellow?' "London
Tilt le Is a popular Impulsion among
joiing men that unless they resent
every uncouth sally they will be if
carded as cowards No greater mis
take can bo mnde. The brave, manly
boy is tho ono who cherishes no re
st nlmcnt and carries no malice In his
heart. Ily Reeking to wnak vtn
geaneo upon one who stoops to slur
ring figures of speech )ou simply lowef
yourself to his contemptible level.
Industrial School Magazine,
lu Mi TO
1 ITS dill
Washington Dec 23 Tho Italian
CJov eminent has been renewing its
efforts of lute with the nulhorltles In
Washington to have our Federal stat
uten so extended as to protect foreign
crs In cases arlslnc within tho Juris
diction or States, thus giving a Feilor-
m remedy for bnchlngs nnd like of
fin)sd Ireelcd against Itnllans, such
ax have occurred In Louisiana, Colo
rndo and .t.isslsslppl. It Is tho ex
change ot .views recenuy which
brought on the discussion In the Ital
ian Senate, when Haron I'nva Interpol-
Inted the Italian Premier ns to thu
piogress or mi adjustment. Immediate
ly on the arrival or tho new Kinoa'a
our. Slgnnr Kmayor ilea Planches, hu
(col, up this question, whlcii had nrlR
en In connection with the bnchlngs
o sevtral Italian citizens nt Irwin
In this connection Slgnor Des Plan
rhos sold todnv "Under the treaty
which exists between Italy nnd tho
t'nltoil States the citizens or each
renntrv arc guaranteed the rullest pro
tection while residing In tho other
comitrv In eases of Americans ro
Ullng lu llnl). they hnd exactly tho
ettme rights, tho samo protection, tho
nmc recourse to tho courts that an
Italian subject enJo)s. Tho only ox
nptlon Ir In connection with political
rights In tho enso or Italians resid
ing In the United States, tho treaty
assures them the same rlghtfl and pro
tection given to Amerlcnn tltlzcnR.
' Hut, unfortunately, this expression
or tht tieaty so lor ns It relates to
Italians In this country. Is somewhat
theoretical, for under tho American
)stem which limits tho Federal nu
thorlty over states, tho tontral Oov
ernment Is not nhlo to givo effect to
the guarantee laid down i the treaty
We fully recognize tho difficulties of
this situation, winch has been ns up
parent to tho statesmen of this conn
tr) as they havo to thoso of Italy. Wo
have hoped this would bring about
the enactment of a law which would
permit tho Federal (lov ernment to car
lv out the guarantees of treaties. This
would be a genuine remedy for affairs
similar to those which have occurred
lu Louisiana nnd Mississippi, and
would prevent the periodical agitation
over cases arising In tho States. As
these cases arose they would bo assur
ed of attention under tho Federal au
tl orlty, with careful regard tor tho
execution of treaty obligations."
A special to tho New York Tele
gram Irom Kingston. W. Y, sa)s l)r
Iheodore Writer, n physician of Otis
llle has added to his collection or anl
tlqultlcs whut ho bellows without
doubt to be a genuine StradlvarliiB vio
lln The violin, tor wnlth he paid the
ridiculous prke or 25 cents, came to
him In a strnngu way.
"Hoik' Duff), n noted fox hunter,
round the Instrument in an old dwell
ing above Otlsvlllc, which hnd been
occupied several yenrs ago by ii ram
Ily of roielgners Tho violin, In Its ill
lapldattd and Btrlngless condition, did
not seem worth nn) thing, but Duffy,
knowing Dr. Writers rondness for old
thlngR. carried It to him.
After examining what was left of
the old fiddle, Dr. Writer ngreed to
(give Duffy 23 cents for It The hunter
whs ginu io gei ino nione) it was
not until the ph)slclnn began tu tepalr
the Instrument Hint ho learned of the
wonderful bargain bo had made.
In opening thu violin to clean out
thu icmnliiR of -a iiioiiho nest hi dls
coveied n Bllver plato on which wns
Inscribed: "Stradivari, 1721."
I)r Writer Intends to loan Ills pi Ism
to the .Mlnislnk Historical Society
CULLO.M MAKHS PltlHND.
Shelby M. Cilllom has been cue of
(he political leaders of Illinois for t-o
man) sears that few remember when
he was not prominent. He Is like nil
Bueiessful politicians In his ability to
conciliate opposition nnd win hup
ort Tho Saturday Evening Post tells
n story of tho was he makes friends
foi himself and his party. It su.vs
that during the campaign' of 11)00 ho
was making many spoccues. As lie
faced a largo audience In his homo
ttly of Springfield ho saw in the au
tllenee n fellow townsman who hnd
fcrmerl) been an Influential Republl
can. but who had Joined the opposing
party and displayed a dangerous actlv
It) In its support. This man arose
fiom his scat and apparently was
rendy to begin a scries or "catch ques
tlcns." Before his Intention could bo
put Into execution Senator' Culloni
paused In his speech, and, In a conver
sational tone, called out'
"John Simpson, )ou'ro too old n
n nn to stand up In any audience that
I talk to Just come right up heie uud
hold down this ehnli next to mine."
The Invltntton was atiepted, und nt
thn close of the mass meeting the nrm
minounttd that ho was "hack lu the
lold" nnd had "lome to sta)."
I.ove1 foi cii..urcn lb n pionilue-nt
tialt of llio character of tbo Ouetn
consul t Slic uuh pnsMlonntel) di'vot
cd tu hci own (blldic-n, and sho Iiuh
never wholly loeovorod from tbo death
of her eldest born, tbo Duku of Clap
cnee. Several mouttiH nftpr her be
iinvcnicut bIid was walking lu tho
lrnc's near her homo when she mel an
old woman stngRorlng under tbo
weight of burdens too heavy foi her,
Tho Princess stopped her to speak
a few vvoids of sympathy, and learned
uiai sue perrormeel tlie duties of a
carrier executing commissions be
tween two villages, "Tho bundles urn1
(00 heav j for me." sho lamented I
bursting Into teurs "I novei curried
them when Jack wns hero. "Who li
lacf,, and where Ih ho now?" kindly
Inquired tho PrinroHS. "Jack's my
boj, and bo's dead dead! wildly ex
claimed tho old woman, With another
SMiipnthctle wonl Aloxnndia tinned
nvva to hide hei emotion She inuld
understand Hie ,'inw of a mother
Who hnd lost hei IniV The mm ilm
there was sent lo tbo woman a uit!
inavvn nv a stout doii,iey In this cart
the old carrier mado her Jomnos In
comfort for me rest of her life.
"I hope jou are well, Mrs Oldun."
"So do I, diar, but somehow I never
feel an conlldcnco lu It "- Indian
war ti uuLEJtflB.
TIlOULMMlS UV lirfli 1 un-)
Rttliflr umilioiiifft tur I Im
siiu.ll jrlit 1 ifAtt-nt In
venttun of Die We M-i tir
ltyAiitifmfirt lo Ilie ni
turM. SottortlilfMMt vrt
xielZ. wriuiionBiuruiion iniort
me wou iiiviniinniie'
plrlns full InfnniiMtion iih.llinl i.hhih
itlt on rn Ht 1 2,
UtUlTIC Tllli! C
iH'iiuniKiii. iikivi 1 him runnrfm
Lines of Travel.
ICROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
mly THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
ullman Palaeo Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Cbalrs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
H. LOTHROP, General Agcnl.
135 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
), W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco
I L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
1472 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 $2.
Honolulu Office, 315 Fort St.
TBL.. MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for our message
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KINO STREET LINE
Ciri Ifivt Wtiklkl for town at u. 6 it. 6 it a m
anl f very ij minute thereafter till 1049, iiltj and
iijjPM from Waiklkl (to to the Punahou Sublet
Can leavt R Rang or Pawaa twitch for town at
jjjam an4 every 1 j minute thereafter ill) tt 06P.M
Cart leavt f-ort and King streets corner for Palama
at 6 10 am. ani every is minute after till 11 ej
Can leive for Palama onlv at ani uaAM
Can leavt Palama for WaUikf $ A m ani every
m nlnutit till o, 4) P then at to ij. ani 10 n P.M
TntiiitPM frora Palama lor Punahou only toes
til Walklkl on Saturiayi
Can leavt Fort ani King itreett corner foi Rlllt
Rangt at s 10 anl vam
Can leavt Fort ani King streets corner for Walklkl
aMojAM anl every m minutes till ioojp.m then at
lOKinliMjPM Tht 11 33 P.M got to Walklkl
on oaiuraiys oniy
DLRETANIA STREET AND t'UUANU VALLEY
Can leavt Punahou Stable for Town at 30 and
for Town anl Valley at 5 40 3 50 6 to so 6 40 7 anl
J to A M.
Can leavt Oahu Collect for town ani Valley at
6 jo 6 50 and ? 10 a m ani ever) to minutes till 10 to
P m except tht even hour ani half, hour can which
run rrotn tnt aunt.
Cats leavt Nuuanu Valley at 6 to 6 jo 6 30 A.M ani
tverv la minutes thereiltrr till 1a to P H
Cart leavt Fort ani Queen streets for Punahou
College at 6 03 6 13 6 43 A M anl every 10 minutes
after till 0 43 Pm After that tht can run to tht
Mi tie up to 1 1 soP.M, which Is 1 he last car from Town,
reaching the Stable at 11 jo p m
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
iCEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. HENRIQUE S, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or tho Mountains,
An excellent cbanco Is offered for
tourists to '
8EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Mauna Loa
it ICallua and take passengers overland
to Hookena, whore the steamer Is met
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 1899.
STATIONS JAUV DAltV
(OutvirJ) t. bun DAILY ex Sun DAILY PAILV
A.IYl n m. AM ' M I'M
Honolulu .. t 10 q 15 11 oj 115 510
Pearl City .80 g .9 u a 3 4T s to
hw Mill 8 ) 10 ,8 it 00 4 05 g
vvjlana to so 44s
tiiu. 11 5j C 4Q
Kalmkl if ji .. 6 13
(Inwirn) Sun oaiiy oaiiy Daily
AM AM I' M 1' M
Kahuku . , 3 )3 .... a .4
waiaiua a 10 ... .to
walana. 110 , 333
E Mill 3 30 1 41 tot 4 a
PtatlClly , . 613 801 iio 4 31
Honolulu .,, 630 833 303 s to
F C. SMITH, Gen'l Pass. & Tlckot Age
O. P. DENIRON. Superintendent
A COTTAGE SAFE
KING AND BHTHCL 8TS.
King Street Near Nuuanu,
FIRST-CLASS MEALS 8ERVED
AT ALL HOUR8.
Cheapest Good Meal In Town,
Agents, Brokers and Jobber.
H. P. IULDWIN Presldenl
J, P. CASTLE 1st Vice Presldemt
W. M. ALEXANDER.... 2nd Vice Pri
J. P. COOKE Treainrw
W. .0. SMITH SecreUrx
GEO. R. CARTER Audltoi
Sugar factors and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Oa.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company. '
Kthel Plantation Company. '
Hawaiian Bugir Company, '
Kahulul Railroad Company, '
The California nud Oriental S. S. Ui
Western Sugar Refinery Company !
Baldwin Locotnotlvo Works of Pall.
dclphla. Pa.. U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cano Shredder), New York, U. B. A.
N. Ohlandt & Coa Chemical Fertil
Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade Fertil
izers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
Pararflno Paint Co.'s P. & B. Paints aal
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oils,
raw and boiled.
Indurlno (a cold-water paint), In wklbl
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Llm ai
CASTLE & COOKB
Commission ' Mercbanta
AGENTS FOR ;
The Ewa Plantation Co.4
The Walalua Agricultural Co., LU.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Watamea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Ua.
Tho Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
Tho New England Lite Insurance Co.
The Etna Fire Ins. Co. ot Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. ot Londna.
' 9-w-rf- t r ir - o w rr v n o -T5
LIFE and FIRE
New England Mutual Life 1 in
surance CO. OF BObTON.
tna Fire Insurance Comfabt
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. O. Irwin. .President and Manage
Claus Sprockets Vice President
W. M. Glffard.. Second Vlco President
H. M. Wnltney, Jr....Treas. and See.
Geo. J. Ross Audltai
AGENTS OF THE '
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
C. BREWER & CO., LTD.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H,
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ooki
Sugar Plant. Co.. Onomra Suzar Co..
Ilnnnm,, Ccnr fn IVTaltitl.,, Hum rn
Makeo Ougar Co., Haleakala Ranch Co.,
Ihe Planters' Line of San Francisco,
Packet; Chas. Iltrwer & Co.'s Line of
LIST OF OFTICERS.
C. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. H
Allen. Auditor; P. O. Jones, II. W
terhcuse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
TiiBVonHamm-YoncE Go. LW
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULU
Tbo Lancashire insurance Co,
The Balolso Insurance Co.
Union Gas Englno Co,
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc
Pensylyania Fire Insurance
ClinH. T. Wilder,
General Manager ot
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United States for the Ha
Office, : Merchant Si. ; Honolulu,
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