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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, Hi T., MONDAY, JAN. 13. 1902.
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BUSINESS MEN BELIEVE IN
NATIONAL BANKRUPTCY LlW
But Important Alterations Necessary
to Make It More Effective
New York, Dec. 20. The executive!
rc.mrnlttco of thu National Association
or Rcroreos In Uatikruptt-y has com
piled a report, wlilrh shows thu result
ci!- the Investigation Into thu sentl
merit of the business houses of tho
fulled States lu relation to tho Act of
Ilunkrrrptcy or 1SHS.
Tho report Is addressed to tho Hon.
George V. Ray. Cbnlrmnu or tbo Com
mittee on Judlclnry of the llouso of
Representatives, niter whom tho Ray
bill una named.
The proposed nineudmentB to the ex
Mine bankruptcy law to be presented
to Congress during tho next session,
nro as follows:
Amend section 04. sub-dlvlslon Tl.
clause 2, by adding at tho end of
clauso 2 "And where any assets bo
longing to the bankrupt's estate and
wliicli nave ueen transretroil or con
cealed either beforo or after tho bank
ruptcy shall bo discovered and recov
ered for such estate by the efforts
nnd nt the expense of one or more of
the creditors, such creditors shall bt
allowed ami paid for all such reason
able expenses Inclined by them as thfl
court shall deem equitable and proper
to nllow out i)r such assets so recov
ered as aforesaid.'
Amend section 113. sub-dlvlslon A, by
putting nt the end of clause 1, tho
following: "Whom the bankrupt Is lla
blc to pay rent or other debt falling
dun at llxed and stated periods the
creditor may prove for a proportionate
part thereof up to the time or tho filing
of thu petition nnd not nt such fixed
and stated periods and the bankrupt
shall be discharged Irom nil liability
for the residue of such rent or other
Amend section T. sub-dlvlslon A,
clause 9. by striking out last clause,
"Hut no testimony gtjen by him shall
be offered In evidence against him In
any ciltnlunl proceeding," nnd Insert
ing in lieu tnereor: "lint ne snail not
ho prosecuted or subjected to nny
pcnnlt or forfeiture for or on account
or any transaction, matter or thing
ccnceinlng which ho ma) so testify or
"Provided. That he shall not he ex
empt from prosecution nnd punlsh
mi nt for perjury committed In so tes
tifying." The leport or thejcommlttce In reter
euce to the method cmplojed to test
the commercial sentiment Is In part as
"A list or the rnll membership of
the National Credit Men's Association,
which Is composed or upward of 3500
representative mercantile firms or
business corporntions. and coveting
tho entire United States, was secured,
A further selected list was used con.
slstlng of other leading commercial
houses In all linen of business, located
In all parts of the country, nnd not In
cluded In said Credit Men's member
ship; to, which was added a selected
list of commercial lawyers and refer
ees In bankruptcy aggregating In Hih
additional number HUieO names, which
were thus secured and from the most
"All tho Hoard s of Trade. Chambers.
ot Commerce nnd commercial or tra In
organizations througiiout tnc omiif ,-y
were also Included In our mailing lu-t.
In all 13,500 copies weie distribute 1.
"A considerable number of replica
were received, some 1U0!) lu all. No
tice was given lu tho circular that lu
cr.su you do not return, this paper ns
requested. It will be assumed that you
are satisfied with tho existing condi
tions under the present National bank
"Tiro ucrual result of our Investiga
tion appears to dearly demonstrate
tho following salient facts:
"I. That theio Is an almost unanl
mous sentiment throughout the coun
try, and among tho leading commer
cial Interests thereof, favoring n uni
form and national bankrupt law.
"2, That such sentiment a linear b to
exist to a like extent preferring n na
tional s) stem ot bankruptcy to Stato
, That thero ali-o nniiear3 to bo a
goneral consensus of opinion among
those best qualified to pass upon tho
questions that the present law needs
amendment lu several Important di
rections. "4. That tho amendments contained
In the said Ray bill appear to have re
ceived tho r.iwuahlo nppiovnl at tho
most Important constituent lomninr
clnl elements 01 the country.
"5. That concerning the questions
Involved In Beetle n 67 O or the present:
net nrlslng by ronson of tho construc
tion glum to Mich section by tho
courts, attention should be given to
the matter by Congiets In thb direction
or endeavoring to adjust II' possible the
various Intoicstu Involved nnd affect
ed. Hut, as beroro btated, we mako
no recommendations under our In
structions cout'iirnlng such section,
but call attention to the subject be
cause of Its Importance and the wldd.
spread Interest manifested therein by
merchants In nil parts of tho country.
"In conclusion, this commlttco de
sires to oxpress Its grateful recogni
tion of the valuable and linpmtnnt as
sistance you lmvo given us lu tho
prosecution or our woik. Wo nro also
under deep obligation for the valuable
aid rendered us by scernl or the fed
eral Judges and tho o Ulcers or tho
National Credit Men's Association."
THREE mAUl RRHIGNATIONS.
Walluku, Jnn. 11. C. Slmmerson.
head carpenter of llamakuapoko plan
tation, 'has resigned his post after six
teen years' service. Mr. Slnieison Is
a brother of the well known and popu
lar "commodoro" of the Inter-Island
S. N. Co.'b fleet. Messrs. ,M. O, .Mc
Lane, head blacksmith 'at Spreckels
vllle, nnd A. R. McLnne, depot agent
at Pala, have also severed their con
nection with the II. C. & S. Co. They
aro brothers of Manager P. MrLane ot
the Koloa plantation, Kuunl.
Throat Soro? There's no telling what
a sore throat will do If you give It
'right of way." I'ncertaln remedlia of
ten causo dangerous delay Make a cure
sure with PAIN-KILLER, known for
half a century as a specific for snr?
throat, croup, roughs, and all kindred
troubles. Keep It by you for an emer
gency. It never falls, Avoid substitutes,
thero Is btti ono Paln-Killer, Perry Da
vis'. Price 2Gc, and 50c,
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BY MIL.O ORAND JURY
For Their Diversified Interests
Following Is tho Orand Jury report
of the Fourth Circuit Court, llllo:
To the Hon. Gilbert P. Little, Circuit
Judge. Fourth Circuit,
Sir: Tbo Orand Jury Tor tho Fourth
Circuit tor the January term, beg leave
to report as lollows;
Wo And that a man, Omorl, was In
the grocery business at Knlepolepo,
from June, 1901, to the month of Do
comber. Ho occupied premises owuod
by Yutaro, n police oillcer, In tho Dis
trict or llllo.
During the month of December, 1901,
ho transrerred his business to his
brother, for which he received no pay,
an'd the house adjoining was secured,
ninl the grocery business transferred
thereto. During tho month of Novem
ber, 1901, a dealers' spirit llceriBO was
granted on tho -29th day to said Omorl.
Prior to this, n letter was addressed
to Sheriff Andrews asking for his ap
proval, On the 2Clh day of November
ho wroto to Honolulu, noting his dis
approval of samo on account of the
character or the party and tho location
where tho liquor was to bo sold, but
the llcenso was Issued In Omorl's name
prior to receipt or SherliT Andrews let
ter. Mr. Omorl, being questioned, answer
ed that the business was solely his,
nnd in response to the question regard
ing funds for running same, he said
ho had been assisted by ono Tomlta.
who carries on a drug storo orr Front
street, as on former occasions ho bor
rowed from tho same party, for which
ho gave no security.
In following up our Investigation, wn
learned that outride of the abovo Omo
rl a company had been formed, known
ns the Japanese Wlno & Liquor Com
pany, with n capital stock of $10,000,
to be Inchreased to $20,000 (liar value
$50 per share), of which the following
wero to bo tho officers: President,' It.
Onome; vlco president, Tomltnj see-
rotary. N. K. l.ymaji: treasurer. C. K.
Hapnl: auditor. Eugene l.ymnn. No
board of directors was named.
Mr. B. Onome, after being selected
as the president, objected to Interfer
ence of Yutaro, and refused to nccept
The buying of tho liquor was to bo
lelt to tho manager,
We learn that tuo license was Issued
through the nsslstnnce of tho law
firm of Itldgwny & Rldgway, assisted
by Senator J. T. llrown. Tho llrensu
was Issued In tho name of Omorl. Wo
learn that they havo been purchasing
gcods In tho name of the Japanese
Wine te Liquor Company fiom busl
ness houses In llllo, A check being
drawn by C. K. Hnpal and signed ai
treasurer or thu Japanese Wlno &
Liquor Company, payable to Omorl.
for llquois purchased from Hnckfeld
& Company, was endorsed by said
Omorl to II. Ilacl;fcld & Company, In
payment for liquors purchased from
Other checks were also drawn and
; signed by C. H. Hapal ns treasurer or
1 no .iiipam so v ino Liquor company,
for liquors purchnsed In Honolulu, and
lor other tnntteis lu connection with
the business of the company, payable
to other parties; and on examination
of his books as treasurer of the com
pany we And that the ramo were for
tbo conducting of the business.
Officials as Stockholders.
Wc find, upon further examination
of his books, that officers ot Hi" Terrl
tory or the United Stales, locaud In
tho town of llllo, arc uutcd on his
books as stockholders, as shat thohN
eis, nnd that they have paid up tin
amount duo for their share
In further examination .f his .1 .okr.
wo ilml a miuibur of Japant-sr hinge
drivers, hnckmen and other Japmies
wno are licensed to carry ir ,od fion.
ore district to another, and noted
down as having paid the amount ot $25
Pplcce, which amount, we r.re or the
opinion, was to represent thrlr full
paid up bhaie, with the services that
tl cy are to perlorm, cartr.go not In
cluded. We are Informed tlint a special oftl-
ir has been detailed for tho district
to Investigate all licenses, end how Is- was In his cell on tho night of July 11, 1 nnd all Interested In the work of thu
sued, and to whom, and whether delln- 1P02. taking Kumalao's word that Fu-1 association arc cordially Invited to at
qiunt or not. We lire or tt.o 0,-iiilcui glliara was all right, and did not find tend. The following program has been
that he should be more diligent In his out until next morning that ho was arranged:
Interviewing the sheriff a depart I
riienl, we llnd that the sheriff haB been
on a still hunt, looking Into the matter,
not taking his deputy Into his confi
dence, to the extent of not allowing
Information regarding this matter to
come through Its proper channels.
OfficlalE In Liquor Trade,
We regret that ofllcers serving un
der the Government of tho Territory
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looking for gall, as to associate In tho , t p' Vo ,s Ing , r h e ,rkv
.l?.iur trame with men oflnlorior auaj.:"c-,th1 JX SAnA
Ity, and tho Inconsistency of a cleric '
in the Bhcrlft a olllce, ns well ns a clerk
lu the Dlsttlct Court, and n deputy
clerk In your Honors court, nctlng as
nn nfli . J l , ,. i V.' I ?
nn officer In a company, tno product
o'r 7,!: Tl'er nt" 7t-r Portion
?pr..V,.."r"-,ro.""" t0, L" "s'l8:
iluru. ,i,,-n?,,in "'?"?. CaB'? b"f01': forgotten: that said Jail Is not a prop
ynur Honor, ntter a tedious "scame ar ,,,,. fP ,it,in; ,lf ,iaira,
beroro tho Orund Juiy.
In the case ot Yuteio.' who wo nuj!
Inroimed is a special ue.ectlvo of thc
slieillT. in all matters connected w thi"""" "." "" "i
the department, It Is Inconsistent with
the work of his oJlico that ho should
bo connected with any corkorn, the
Japanese Wine & Liquor Company, or
uny other flrnr, dealing lu tho sale or
liquors, wholesale, ictall or by ped
dling. Thc above remarks aio further'
applicable In the caeo or N. K. Lyman,
tho chler clerk to tho sheriff,' and an
ofllrlal of the Japanese Wlno & I.lquor
Wo regret that It has como to our
smi ,1 Ttw, ,,..l!Jnat,iB., lias.kl)OI',n t'y
Intimidation Uoed. ,
We learn that Intimidation has hee '
brought to bear on customers of other
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VI wVto TVj; n ' ' '"'"Vff"-
might expect trouble.
w... g.i,,j t vuvj
Wo have examined witnesses, .but
owing to the character of the Japan-
tec race, thoy are very reticent In dl-
vulglng anything ot the nature, though 1
hitvlriK. Bpoken freely prior to belnrf
called befo,,. this body.
Wash Day Needed.
Wo aro or tho further opinion that
terest In tho alfove named concern, or
which Vittaro nppears to bo the prln
We aro ot the oplnon that thero
should bo a wash day at the sheriff's
Boyd's Traveling Expense.
In Regard to tho Complaint from Res
idents of Walpio, llamakua,
Charging llamakua Road Hoard
with Having Paid 1)111 of Superin
tendent of Public. Works (Jloyd)
for Traveling and Hotel Expenses
in llamakua District
We havo examined Into this, nnd
find that said board have not paid this
bill, but wo do Nnd Hint they wero In
receipt of such a bill for $247, but re
fused to pay It.
Wo also And that a like hill was sent
to South llllo Road Uoard for $230.
which bill was claimed to bo duo Iloyd
for traveling and other expenses In
curred while In South llllo District,
and, like llamakua Road Board, also
We nro very strongly of tho opinion
that tho road boards acted wisely In
tcfuslng to pay such bills, as there Is
a special appropriation for sucn ox
penscs, ami, as wo tmuerstanu it, roan
money can bo used for road purposes
Wc nlso understand that Konala and
Walmea Road lloaids paid such like
bills, which wo are ot tho opinion
should not havo been paid, and very
much question tho right or legality
of the Superintendent of Public
Wotki rendering Bitch bills and re
questing payment of same.
In the Case of Fuglhara
We beg leave to report as follows
on above mentioned case;
According to testimony, ono Fugl
hara. a prisoner convicted and Ben-
turned to dea,n by Bnld Circuit Court,
dbl escape from tho ilito Jail, llllo,
Hawaii, during tho night of July 11,
1001. or morning of July 12. 1901. and
wc llnd that the Jailor (Charles Moore)
fulled to carry out Instructions given
by the sheriff, In that ho Ignored Bald
Instructions so far ns maintaining ono
guard. Instead ot two, that tho guards
while on duty, slept tit Intervals, and
wo learn that tho sheriff, prior to his
departure to Honokna or Kuu, gave
Instructions to Charles Mooro as to
tho custody ot tho prisoner. Wo havo
nlso learned that ho was aBked by tho
deputy sheriff as to what Instruction!!
were to bo carried out, and tho deputy
was informed that the matter was lit
the hands of tho Jailor, Charles Moore,
Wu are of tnc opinion that had
Micrlu put tho whole matter In
hands of his doputy. who was lu chargo , , 1 ,. , . Vi,. J, , i. '
dttilng his absence. Instead or his Jail"10 ""embers ' the band and the po
or, wo would not have been obliged to
look Into the mnttcr nfthls tlmo. At
the same tlmo wo aro ot tho opinion
that the prisoner escaped through tho
icnnlvauco or tho guards, not over tho
fence, or wall, but through the gate,
ami runt tnc prisoner a bed was so ar
ranged to represent n person sleeping
thereon, not by iho prisoner, but by
someone In tho Jail, nnd -at ono Kan
Kou, a prisoner, Immediately opposite
mill luglhara. should not hear nny
nolso during tho night, n guard being band was given a free ride to Puna and
plated between thg two prlkoners nrrd , Icturll Thc cnf0yment of the Ua,
both prisoners being shackled, nnd thu .,, , .,..,. . ' . .,m
tloois of both coIIb open. It would seem ",,ld not ' been more ngieeabe.
to us that tho prisoner was assisted to I reception given the visitors at tho
escape. While wo have no proof that i r,m!i cn(1 of th "nc was In keeping
bribery was resorted to, wo aro of. with the well. known reputation of that
opinion that aid was given tho prison- plantation for hospitality,
cr both on tho Insldo nnd outstdo of tho Whllo In Hllo, Captain Bcrger asd
Jail; the fact of the guard (Philip Ki. ,,, men wcre not gtrnngel8 to tlip
malen) having shaken hands with th hosnltable home In tho rttv
ptlBoner beroro going off his watchj .nn nosP"fue no"lca " J"0 c
about midnight of July 11. 1S01, nnn Tlle, wtre 'nvltatlos too numerous
that no previous occasion was this r all to be accepted. The people ot
done, lends us to supposo that collu-
slon wits resorted to; that tho Jailor
or guard failed to report tho prisoner's
illsnppearance to tne snenu s oinco un
til 0:10 a. m., when It was claimed by
tho guard that tho prisoner was miss
ed between 3 nnd 4 o'clock on tho
morning or July 12, 19001, Is certainly
suspicious, not doubting that due till
Igenco was exorcised by tho sheriff's
department nftcr thoy had received
word fro mthe Jailor that tho prisoner
l.n.l nDMilin,l T., ftn.l Wft Itinln til tlfll.
li-ptotl tn find out whether Fuelhara
We would recommend that nn nuto-
; matlc register and bell bo Installed in
the place ot the unliquidated bell now
In use; while this bell Is supposed to
bo rung at Intervals of thirty minutes,
they have no means of knowing wheth
er the guard Is awake or not. Wo
uould like to drnw attention to tho
fact that -shackles now used In tho
Jail can bo Jerked open by giving n
Umrp idci;, and that tho keys to Baruo
I should nut bo kept In tho giu
visited tlfe Jail on the Mil Inst., and
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upon Inspection of thu leper depart
. ,m,lvn, , n,w,iiti wi. i',nn iim
I"'' l"niUVOl to Honolulu, Wh.) UpOIl th
,.... ,.(,,, i..nt i m rmnnininnii r
, 1? , J'J , y Vr'od smccTcSkra
' o'clooK),. Appaicntly ho had bee
or place for pilboners of a desiiorato
churacter. Ino doors, gates, fenco nnd
well nro veiy lllmsy; the stench rrorn
ninrruro and closets Is bad; tho bathing
P,",0' B ulr.l,r' nm'- ln a ,Kplii"aI wnJ'.
C. C. KENNEDY,
Foreman Grand Jury.
A Clilnnmiin Run 0er.
Ah Wong, a Chinaman in the employ
" J- " Cn8tle was run over by n hack , make tho gulches temporarily passable
on l'"ort street, between Merchant, nnd . for tennis, Assistant Superintendent
Queen, at 3 o'clock Saturday nfternoon. of Public Works Mnrstnn Campbell.
ue Was riding along on a blcyclo on came over this week to oversee tho
tho proper side of the street when a ' work of repairing the washed out
hack driven by a Japanese turned down bridges. The lumber will bo shipped
rort Btrect "om Merchant' tho "ors;by !110 Mm" n"11 w,u b0 ianM at rj-
striking the bicycle and tin owing the, pnnloa. Two assistants accompanied
Chinaman to tho ground. Tho wheels Jlr. Campbell. Tlliune.
as8ea ovcr "?' Iu"d , b"l,f ' , f.1' '
VmlR wua Bt)l vcry laili lulrt mlt hl'l Sheep Stutlon CnHq,
Wcta w.. .morted beyond hope 0 1 , Jan. ,, , , ()f T)r n.
a a ';: n,,i Z Zt
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the police and the driver of tho hack
bus not yet been arrested.
MIrs, Lewis' Hniirifienicnt.
nilo. Jan. 10,-Mr. and Mrs. Janett
T ,ewa , t,e cnBagcment ol
their daughter Hazel to Clarence Rob-
Inston of Babylon. Long Island. Mis.
,'eW'8 1 Vr" "TZ'l
yo""s ladle3' Mr' nbl'1Bn' wn,'8 a
memer ot a well known Long Island
ramlly visited Hllo two yenrs ago. At
that time he met Miss Lewis. Tribune
'S II 10
QAVE RAINY CITY-ITS
FILL OF GOOD MUSIC
Excursion Into Lehua Trees of Olaa
---Played for Evolutions of
Militia Were Guests
llllo, Jan. 10. The past week has
been ono of musical excess for Hllo,
The people have drunk deep nt Cap
tain Ucrgcr's fountain and bidding
the genial kappclmecstcr nnd his ag
gregation of musicians good-bye chit
morning, tho parting will bo accom
panied with keen regret.
The week has been a busy one fpr
the members of tho band. They start
ed In Sunday attcrnoon with a concert
at the Hllo hotel, which was one of
the best given while here. Tho listen
ers crowded all available space In the
hotel yard nround the pavilion. LanaU
at tho hotel and all near by homes
were thronged with parties. THo mu
sic was applauded at every Interval.
Morrday attcrnoon, by the courtesy of.
the Hllo railroad, tho band was given 3
free excursion In a special train to
Olaa. The train left the city depot
at 1 o'clock. Tho band played at Nine
Mite and at the mill. Tho hundreds
of laborers on tho plantation were
made glad by tho visit of Uergcr.
Monday night, the band participated
In tho exhibition drill of the militia
An Immense crowd gathered on the
water front to witness the evolutions,
The lino of march was from tire armory
on Volcano, street up Ponohawal to
Jail street; up Jail to Walanuenue,
thence to the parade grounds. A pla
toon of police under command of Cap
tain Lake led tho procession. Follow
ing tho pollco came Uerger's band In
extended formation. Then came Co.
u of tne mil it a and tno usual mum-
tude of small boys. The police show-
ed tin n exec ent marchlnc order. It
Ir nnlv lntolv thnf tlin nnlln I11V.1
1.1 . . . , , .. ,
ui-i-u uiiiiuu in u uuu, unit meir ap
pearance on- the street In, bright new
khaki uniform Impressed the public In
the right way. At the parade grounds
tho mllltla went through Various evo
lutions under tho direction of Captain
Fetter. Tho companies then reformed
nnd marched back to tbo Armory
tunnrn fflffnalimiiiiiH ii-nrs babka. t ,.
"" "" " " ." """mo us uuu,
Tuesday night tho band agnln gave
a concert nt tho hotel, Wednesday
nlgbt Captain Bcrger tnd his men
wero the guests of Manager Scott at
the Hllo hotel for dinner. Tho dlnlnif,
room was especially decorated In honor
of the musical guests antt the evening
could not have been more pleasant.
Thursday the Hllo railroad was again
' In tho roo of host to the visitors. Th,
mo as a unit, regret, inni mo visit 01 ,
the Hawaiian band wus but for a fort-'
night. Tribune. I
The Honolulu Branch of tho Terri
torial Teachers' Asocslatlon meets In
the High School this (Mondny) even
I '" t 7:30 o'clock. Teachers, friends
Music America By the Audience
Review of Jenkins' and Kellogg'
Miss Barnard, Kamchamcha Girls' Sc'I
Song ..Pupils of thc High School
Address Prof. U. Thompson, Ka-
Music The Carpenter Bee ........
.. Pupils Kanliumanu School
Nature Sturdy (Work done dur
ing Fall Term FIvc-mlnuto Re
ports.) 1. Normal School Mr. Van Dine
2. Kttltilanl School .... Mrs. Frasher
I. Kallhl-waenn Sth'l.Mlas Johnston
Music Solo By Miss Lamb
r.HPAIR IIILO ROADK.
Hllo, Jan. 10. The Road Board ot
North llllo has had troubles of ltd
own since tho last big flood wlrlih
washed out seven culverts between
l.aupahoehoo and Walnkamnln. The
damage caused required plana for tem
po wiry repairs and permanent Improve
ments. By tho last Klnatt, the Road
Board sent a requisition to the Board
of Public Works for 60,000 feet of lum
, her itnd other materials with which ta
l"0' " ..gnlna th. lit.
inuiilu Sheep Station Co., assumpsit,
for medical services rendered, tho de
fendant through Its nttorney, F. M.
Wakclleld, on Tuesday, secured a con
tinuance to tho July term, upon ground
of the absenco of material witnesses,
Col. Sam Parker, tho president ot thu
defendant corporation being nt present
on the Mainland, nnd the manager ot
the company, Mr. Jones, being called
home on account of the serious lllnesi
of his wife. Tribune.
Bulletin, 75c per month.
' '. .,
Lines of TravvL Agents, Drokert and Jobber.
1CROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
PROM SAN FRANCISCO,
TWO TRAINS DAILY
mly THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to Now York.
vllEan Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
In 1 and Library Cars, with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
1 H. LOTHROP, General Agent.
135 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
). W. HITCHCOCK, Oeneral Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
I. L. LOMAX, O. P. & T. A.,
147$ " Omaha, Nebraska.
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KINO STREET LINE.
Ctt l.iva Walltllil for town al ,. 6 It. 6 , A.M.
an! avcrr is inlnuttf thcrtaltcr till io4S. litis and
,1 it p.m. from Watklkl e-o to lha Punahou Stabltt.
Cart Uavt R Rang, orpawaa twitch for town at
S'SJA .H. and avtry ts minutes thereafter litl r.osp.M
Cars leave Fort and Klnr streets corner for Palama
at 6:10 A.M. and every 15 minutes after till me
Cars leave for Palama only at e and 3-30 A M.
Cars leave Palama for Walklkls es A M. and every
m minutes till 0 is PM then at 10:1s nd 1 4S P-M
The 11:1s P.M. from Palama for Punahou only goes
lo Walklkl on Saturdays.
Cart leave Fort and Klne; streets corner for Rifle
Range at s and a-jo a.m.
Cars leave Fort and Klne ttreell corner for Walklkl
I at 6 of A. H, and every is minutes till toojP.M, then at
- -v;;,: -7 - ft", 1V,Vi."W.iwki
on Saturdays only.
BERfcTANIA STREET AND t'UUANU valley
Car. I.avf Punihdu St.bU for Town at fijo inJ
orTonniVll.ytw J 5 6. I and
Cars leave Oahu College for town and Valley at
6 )o 6.39 and 7:10 A.M and ever) 10 mlnutet till 10:10
P.M except the even hour and half, hour cart which
run fro-n the Stable.
Cars leave Nuuanu Valley at 6'to 610 6 50 A, M and
every 10 minutes thereafter till io:jo P.M. '
Care leave Fort and Oueen ttreets for Punahou
College at 6 oj o.ij e 41 A.M and every 10 minutes
afttr till o-it P.M. After that the cart run to the
I Stable up to 11:30P.M. which It the lattcar from Toan,
riacning tneaiapie at 11:30 r.m. M
Telephone, to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. IIEXRIQUES, PROP.
IIorseG unci Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
. An excellent chance Is offered tor
SEE THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. 'S. Mauna uw
it Kallua and take passengers overland I
vi Hookena, where the steamer Is met
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 1899:
STATIONS. ilAtlY DAILY
(Ojl.arJ) ex. Sun. OAllv ex. Sun. DAILY DAILY
A.M. AA1. A.M. P.M. P l
tnnoiuiu .... t.io g it
Pearl City.... S 03 91
Ewa Mill S-33 io:iS
Walanae 10 30
Walalua ' 11:33
It. Sun. DAILY DAILY DAILY
A.M. A.M. P.M P.M.
6.10 .... a:so
- -to .y. 333
- 3:'0 '-4 " :
.. 6.1s 803 1:30 4:3a
0 50 .3s 3.03 s:a6
Pearl City .
F C. SMITH. Gen'l Pass. & Ticket Avrt,
G. P. DENISON. Superintendent
Chinese and Japanese-Firms.
Kahikinni Meat Market
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
B:r:tanla Street, Corner Alakea.
'Phone Blue 2511.
ALSO AT THE
MEAT STALLS 19 AND 20.
SING CHAN CO.
Hardware, Tinware, Glassware
and Carriage Goods, Etc., Etc.
nnd Scwcr Connec
tions a Specialty.
229 King St., between River 8t. and
R. R. Depot.
Fine English and American Goods
65 Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
i O Poxooi
King Street Near Nuuanu.
FIRST-CLASS MEAL8 SERVED
AT ALL HOURS. ,
, Cheapest Good Meal in Town.
la cc 4.0s
'.' "4li' ', 7 :' ?'A, ;
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN.LW
H. P. BALDWIN PresIdMl
J. R. CASTLE- 1st Vice Presldtit
W. M. ALEXANDER.... 2nd Vice Pr
J. P. COOKS TreasnrM
W. O. SMITH BeereUra
GEO. R. CARTER Audit
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial A Sugar Oa.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company, '
Klhcl Plantation Company. M
Hawaiian Sugar Company. "
Kahulul Railroad Company. "
The California and Oriental S. 5. Ci'i
W. G. Irwin & Go
Western Sugar Refinery Company el
Baldwin Locomotive Works ot PkLLv
delphla, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), NowTork, TJ. B. JL.
N. Ohlandt & Co.' Chemical Fertll.
Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade Fertil
izers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
Parafflne Paint Co.'s P. & B. Paints ami
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oils,
raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), In wklts
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime ul
CASTLE & COOKE
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co., Lt.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walamea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Ms.
Tho Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blako Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance C.
Tho Etna Fire Ins. Co. ot Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of Londos.
ww "trrrni .vT?
LIIPE and FIRE
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston. "
.Etna Fire Insurance Coupaht
Wm. G. Irwin & Co. ,
Wm. G. Irwin.. President and Manage!
Qlaus Spreckels Vice President
W. M. Gtffnrd.. Second Vice President
II. M. Wnltney, Jr....Treas. and Bee.
Geo. J. Ross . Audltoi'
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANC1BCO, OAL.
C. BREWER & CO., LTD.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookst
Sugar riant, Co;, Onomea Sugar Co.,
Hononru Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co.,
Makee Cugar Co., Haleakala Ranch Co.,
The Planters' Line ot San Francisco,
Packet; Chas. Berwer & Co.'s Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. H.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Wa
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
TiiBYon Hafflm-YtrnDE Gb. Ltfl
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULU
The Lancashire insurance Co.
Tho Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Englno Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Ete.
Pensylvaiiia Fire Insurance
Company, cos. T. WlldeP,
General Manager ot
THE EQUITAB' LIFE
Ot the. United States for the Ha
Office, ; Morchant St. : Honolulu
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