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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T SATURDAY. JAN. 19. 1902
Surgeon, Physicians and Dentist.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
oritct, Mm 385.
HOURS 11 A. M. TO I. T M I
JTO if Ml TTOtP. M.
C Box tot. Slidays ti-.p m.
Dr. Albert E. Nichols
1154 Atakea Street.
Omco Hours S to 4
0. E. 'WALL, D.D.S.
tore Building, Fort Street
Hours, 9 to 4. Telephone Main 320.
Dr. Wm. G. Rogers,
SURQtON AND SPECIALIST.
Eye, Ear. Note and Throat Exclusively
REMOVED to new offlco, 1146 Ata
kea Street, opp. Hawaiian Hotel.
Hours. 9 to 12, 3 to 6:30, 7 to 8; Sun
flays. 9 to 11.
WHYTE & MACKAY
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
A Smooth Scotch Wlilskcy
Drink No Other.
rANUFACTURED FROM PURE
DISTILLED WATER. : : : :
Delivered to any part of
city by courteous drivers.
Oahn Ice and Electric Co
TELEPHONE BLUE 3151.
HOFFflAN & nARKHAfl.
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE.
HART & CO.,
HIE 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 1221 P. O. Box 555
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 of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
nd RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.
314 FORT ST.,
Has the Best Assortment of
PAC'FIO ISLAND CURIOS
In tho City.
FRFSH HOME-MADE POI ON TUES
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New Map of Oahu.
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SdUNr Sourttl. THE MAP IS '!t !-.CtlEV
with ariistl- coloring and neat mountln'ts, mak
tnp a very useful a welt as ornamental wall map
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PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
On Wednesday. February 2Uli, 1902.
at 12 o'clock, noon nt tho front en
trance of the Judiciary Building, will
be fold at l'ulillc Auction the leases
of the following (lovernment lands:
1. All of that portion of the land
known as the land of Kuupoko, slutatn
in the district of llllo, Hawaii, nnd bo
Ing all of that poitlon of said land
Ijlng abovp and uiaiikn of tho (lovern
ment road Containing nn area of 100
Term Five years.
Upset Rental $."20 per minimi, pay
able eeml unnually In advance.
2. All of tho9o certain tinets of Gov
ernment lands, situate In the district
of Kau. Hnwall, and known 11 h tho
lands of Kaalaala, Pohakuloa- Kalouta
and Mohakapu containing an nren of
I.casu to be hoM under finest eniull
Term Five jears.
Upset Itentnl $1000 per annum pay
able seml-anmialy In tulvntieo.
Lease to lommcmo from tho first of
3. All of that trnct of land situate In
the district of Koolau, Maul, oxtendlns
ftom the eastern boundary of the Aim-
puaa of llonomanu. to the western
brink of Wailua Mil gulrh, and extend
Ing from the ocean to the boundary of
the land of Haiku ami containing an
ni a of 12 "iiiei ai les
Lease to be sold under forest condi
tions Term Twmtj one enrs.
1'pstt Itental $liiiHi per annum,
rnjable semiannually In adviinte
4 All that tract of laud situate In
the district of Koolau. .Maul. etend
Ing from the western brink of Wailua
11,1 R.il'h to the western brink of gulch
between lands of Knpaula nnd l'uakca
(or I'aakeal said gulih being also
named ' Wrriaoka guliji" and extending
f 1 0111 the ocean to the lioundni) of the
land of Haiku and contnlnlng nu area
of C ai res.
I Lease to be sold under foiest condl
Term Twentj one venrs.
I'psit Itental tluoi) per annum, pay
able si ml annuall) In advance.
On and after IMiruary 2iith. 1:m2. at
the offtie of Clias. Williams, at Hono
kaa Hainakua, Hawaii, may bo a 1
piled for under conditions of the I-aiul
Act of lh03. for ItlRht of Purchase
Lean's and more partlculail) set forth
urder l'art Ml of said Laud Act.
Tho-follow Ing lots In Kaapahu tract.
"o Lot. Area. Apptnlsed Value.
42 VJoO $213.75
43 20.00 211 00
41 2o.v 2j0.o0
4. 20.00 200.00
10 20.00 200.00
47 20 00 200.00
48 ' 20.00 loO.OO
VJ 19 00 1I2."0
50 25.50 190.25
51 25.50 190.25
59 22.00 1C5.00
00 22.00 .'. 105.00
CI 21.50 L.1.25
02 20 00 150.00
03 2O.U0 150.00
04 2'.00 200.00
05 20.00 200.00
00 20.00 200 00
C7 20.00 200.00
C8 20.00 200.00
09 22.00 275.00
70 22.00 275.00
71 22.00 275.00
74 22.25 278.12
73 21.25 205.02
70 21.23 212.50
77 21.50 215.00
78 25 00 187.50
79 27.00 202.50
89 20.00 150,00
90 23.00 172.50
91 22.00 105.00
92 22.00 105.00
93 23.00 230.00
94 23.00 230.00
95 23.00 230.00
90 23 00 287.50
97 23.00 2S7.50
And also at the office of J. Kacle
makule, at Kallin. N. Kona. Hawaii,
on and alter tho ubou date tho lol
lowing land Hltuatu In tho district of
S Komi, Hawaii, may bu applied tor
under above conditions of Mild Land
Act, lz x
Land. Ann. AppiaUed Value
I'll pa I 930.00 $930 00
Notice Is lieieby ght'U that tho lands
described In the SLhediilu heieto. will
be opened for application iindei pio
islons of the Land Act of 1SU5, for
hemestead louses, on or after IVbiu
ary 20th, 1902.
1. 23 tots In Knaiihuhu tiact, llama
l.ua, Hawaii, linlng an a lea of fiom
5 to 10 acres each,
2. 8 lots In Klula tiuct, Puna, Ila
wall, liming an area of Horn S to 10
All applltatlons lor Kaauhiihu lots
must be made In pel Hon h the nppll
cunt at the olllte of Clias. Williams In
HonoKan, Hamal.ua, nml all uppllca
tinns for Klula lots, must be made li
pel son b) the applicant at tho utile"
ot E. 1) Baldwin in llllo, Hawaii
w licie plan of said lots may bo been
ami further Infoimatlou legaullng
same may bu obtained. I'lie said of
flees will bo opened to iecoio uppll
cations at 9 o'cloi L a. 111 , on Thurs
daj, February 27. 1902.
Ttinin, tondltlonH, plans and fuithef
liartltulais on nlKne hales nu be had
upon atipllcnuon at tho l'ulillc Lauds
Ofllee, Honolulu or at the oltltes of
13 1). Baldwin, llllo; Clias. Wl'lnms
llonokaa, Hawaii; J. KatlumiiKule
Kullna. Hnwai., und W (). Ail.en. I'a
(Signed) EDWARD S. IIOYD,
Commissioner of I'uullt Lands
Jnnuarj IjcIi, -1902.
Naalthu Ian 1", -The disappoint
mem and 'llggutt of nil parlies resident
here at th- mm aiilval of Iliiih Sheriff
Ilrov n inn be bettir imagined than
des.ilbed I'hi' Ilullctlns valuable 111
tlclo on the sul'Jeit of Investigation of
pollie matters here lid all to bellevo
that the Bulb tin had at last succeeded
In moving the slow wheIs of J'iMI-0,
but all feel certain now that ewn th
liulic tin is Impotent to work nn good
where the pull Is ro Rrcnt.
The Japanese are Justly feeling ery
unpleaam nnd now suv they will 1111
pcal by petition dlrcit to the Governor
and executive loutull for what they
consider their lights. An ntent of (ha
dep.iittufnt has bteu here and Investl
gated the tnattei ami he Pnds plenty
pf base for the loniplalnts, und would,
we nil feel. If given a free hand In In.;
guilty pusnns to Justlco and If Mr.
flronu Is so bus) that he can not af
ford to ghe these sellout mattets In
this outside district his brief attention,
he can at least delegate the erj com
petent reptcsentatlc who Is now hero
to do It for him. We feel that this
part) can nnd will solve the ptoblem.
The Bulletin stems rti be the onry
paper In Honolulu that lias thccour.ig'j
to air these mattcis.
The Chinese hae engaged a promi
nent firm of ntlornejs at Honolulu to
represent them In the prosecution of
Ku for the alleged murder of Wong
Kut. They will not tiust the pollia
dep.iitmtnt to handle their case,
NO PAL8I1 ALAI'M.
Night befoic last two suspicious
th.uatteis woe seen pitiwling along
le Spenv'i and .Magazine sheet fiont-
ages of Bcililfj's tenute. It was tu-
piuloiis moiulng that .Mr. Cluck, at
the tinner of those btleets entertained
an aimed Intruder. An ul.inn was
passed around (he ut'lgh hoi hood, and
inside of ttti minutes u seal ill party
counting four guns und two clubs
Joined a tittle later by two policemen
aimed to the teeth, was seouilng the
klirubbery and adj.it ent t actus gloves.
The prow lei s were not found, but latei
the same night an entiaute was af
fected to J J. Egau h niofcquito-pruo'
100m on the lanal of his icsldcnic In
I'icispeit street. .Mis. Egan heaid the
Inti uder's mow incuts and called her
husband, who went out with a gun.
but (lie fellow had made ttaehs Then
was an exchange of low whistjes heard
In the nelghboihood. app.itently fioiu
the Congdou Nac.iiit piemlses adjoin
ing Vs Mr I'gan'8 is within easy hail
ing distant e of the Flecklpy tenaee.
the natch p'lrly evident h had tinned
out on no false alarm.
MANY A MOTHER'S WISH.
Many n mother of a peevish, restless
sickly child has wished that her little
one was ns strong nnd tugged as an
Indian babe. Such mothers can make
their clilldien strong nml well, If they
rid the child's sjstem o fwoims, which
cause nlno-tenths of children's trou
bles. Klcknpoo Indian Worm Killer
will do It. For centuties the Indians
used It to mack their babes rugged,
powerful, fearless. What It -has done
for tho child of tho forest It will do
for the child of tho civilized cure.
That Is what 1th as been doing for
years. You can got It of your druggist
for 25 cents. Bo sure to get tho gen
uine. Tho child's life is too precious
to trifle v.'ltji worthless substitutes.
Ilobron Drug Co., agents for Klcknpoo
Are England. Scotland and IrelaiTtt
destined, ultimately, to be. time a pait
of "The I'nlted Statu, of Ameile.i and
Cleat Britain '? is the st.ittllng luquli
which William T. Stvud makes In the
Januaiy Cosmopolitan. He has been
one of the piophets of (Beat Britain,
and has, nt. nil times, lit en able to
sec In uduintc of his tontempoinrlcj
as tneuts liu'e piouui. He has been
studying the new- tondltlons In ought
about b)"" the Imbistital combinations
and 1 tat lies the toncliiHlou that En
gland nnd the I'nlted States ale des
tined to be muic closely united and
that us soon us the English people
wake up to the absurdity und genet al
usclessncss ns has bien shown In the
Iloei War. of u king aipl atlstocraey,
the trend will be Immediate In the di
lution of a union wltlithe people of
me 1 mint suites ioweei unit li turn
ma) 1I1 If er from Mr Stead, his specula
tions will be found nstl interesting.
He Is the (list liiitish subjctt who has
had the inmate to suggest s.ith an out
tonic. PEIIMANUNT CtiNSUS HUIJIHU.
Washington. Jan. 10 The House
spent the da) tonslderlug tho Hopkins
bill to eiento a pcimaneiit 'census bu
lean While tho general sentiment
was In """""or of u peimuuent buienu.
there was stiong opposition to the bill
ns diuwn on the gioiiud that it was not
well manned. Theio also was an over
whelming demand for a piovlsitm to
place the piesent emplo)fs of thu Cen
sus Bin eau iindei the piotoitlon of the
civ II senile law, and tint bill finally
was letommlttcd with Insti notions to
it pint back a bill containing a plan
foi a detailed oiguiilzatlou of n pel ma
in lit teiiRiis bin can, to Include also n
piotUlon to plate the pieseut tin
phiNt's iindei the ilvil seivlte
A bill was passed unanimously to
give -Mis MtKlnley tho fleo iiMitlliit
ii Iv liege. The House then ndjounietl
'I have a 1 1 lend who hns Kept
cool. I01 neai ly n enr '
"l It possible?'
"Ves, li-s n Jailer '- Phlladtluht .
Lodlos'-WAT.CH . Cents'
vvv Alcan vviimi vv e Miy 1 Vour
or bll verorc. ho v nrtiiu .. iu kcu,
'aid and if nil fRIC a A Sotixenlr 8
Pr?y Piece of f lohl Mute-1 .1-ut Try. S rltf ttnme.j
AcmeDookCo Hoi38.iheue.N caroilnausA
Ettllshe4 1780. (
Walter Baker & Go ,'s
Tor catlng,drlnkln?,aiii cooking,
runs, dilicious, -urr.mous.
rValUD BAStR 6 CO JO.
BruVfat Corn., 1 3 IK tin-.
D.V.r . Cbm.Ut. (Nn.wMl.a.dl. I S lb. ..V..,
tl.rmn SwMt Clinrol.l. I 4 lis e.kM,
ION IALI BY lUOlHG Q.CCI1I,
YnKcr Dakor &. Co. Ltd.
Dorchester, Man., U.S.A.
'I he I'Binehniuohn Alumni Assocla
tlon will uiescnt the following program
at the lepet benefit concert to be given
in the Opera House this evening, bo
ginning at o'clock.
Smugglers of Bayadez" Minkowski
The Amateur Orchestra.
"Breeze of (he Night" .... Lamothn
The Alumni Club.
"The Lost Choul" nrr.fMni shall
Kamehameha (ill la' School Chorus,
"Kalulanl ' John Edwntds
"The Muglt Song" .. .Mejcr-IIelmund
Miss Helen Desha.
Overture "Sans Soucl Knulu
Symphony Mandolin Club.
I'.iuabl o kn Laul ... . Lllluuknlanl
"The Soldiers' Choi us" Faust
la) "Ileal ts and Floweis" . ...Tobanl
(b) Caprice, "Florodora" Stuart
The Amateur Oichestra.
' Kmi Ipo, Kutt Lei" . ... M. II. Kane
"1 lie Alumni Club.
"The Legend of the Bells"
"The Chimes of Noimand'
(a) "Koblu Atlnh" arr. Buck
(III "l.el Lchun" arr King
"Poet and Peasant" Supp
Symphony Mandolin Club.
'Full) Chorus" Zlmmerniaun
Kamehameha dins' School.
"Kauaulu ' .. Prince Kaw.tnanaknj
As will be seen, the program con
talus 11111 n Hawaiian nlrs that are al
ways sine to take There is a treat In
store for the public nnd tnere should
be u large attendance.
'Ihe musical tlitle of the Kllolftn
Alt Leuguc will give a musleulc on
Monday evening, January 20, 1S0J, at
S u'llock. at the home ot Mrs. S. N,
Castle, I'uiihumtu, Mauoa. The follow,
lug program will be given.
Cuprltclo (two pianos ) Ourlltt
Miss Eisner and Miss Castle.
The III earn (violin obllguto )
Annls Montague Turner.
Mis. W. L. Whltnty
My Memo 1 les Paolo Tostl
Mr. II. F. Wlthman.
Mlgnon ;. I.lszt
Annls Muutiigue Turner.
Sonate lop. 13 piano nnd violin)
, I.ento doloioso
Mr J. A, Amine and Miss Castle.
The tiolley mis fiom Punahou will
run every ten minutes between 7:lv
and 7'55 o'cloi k. At Hillside avenue,
Japanese guides and an occasional Ian
tern will direct the guests to the Castle
Makcc (Hlnnd Concci-t.
Tho band will play the following so-
1 lections ut a conceit on Makee Island
Suiida) afteinoon. tommeiitlng at 3
The Old Hundred.
Ovei tine Titus .Moral t
Andante S111 irlse S)mplion . .Hiiydii
CI111111I Selection Maiitana . .Wnllaie
Vocal Selection Bohemian Oil! Haifa
Selettltvi Paiislnn .. Donizetti
Intiodiictlon Lohengrin ... Wagner
Entic Alt lleiuts and I'loweis...
Ovtituie Fia Diavolo
Tho Star Spangled Banner,
TODAY'S MATCH ItACE.
The mutLh rain between Molly Cou
ncils und ItatPiy will take jilaie at 3:30
o'clock this afternoon at Kanlolanl
pink. The dlstiinto Is six fuilongs nnd
the stakes $250 a side. Molly Connors
w-lll cairy 114 pounds nnd her opponent
117 nounds. .binies MeA.ilirr- ,. ill .1,1..
OPERA HOUSE Hit!
Raceiy mm Cal Leonaid will take turo"5 "'"" u,t,ore ,,"s """ K"8 "'"""
of .Moll) Connois
A clone rate Is on-
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
(w ltll SUV
AIJcii Klearlc "licit'
prnsorv Is gu.iranleej
ill the curative proper
ties of the espanslve bells now sold bv
do tors and JrugRivts, It elves a very
tronc current of electrkltv nnd Is ea-llv
regulated. Hound to supersede others. Can
be had from the undrrOcnnl nnk" nn
oc 11 ju 1 rum tne unuerslElieu only, no
acents; no dKcount, Clnular free. Address
I'lci'ce lilectrlc Co , 20O I'lt St.. S n
Francisco. Sent free to Hawaii for $3.00
reviews m m
Washington Jan. 9 -Tho Post to
morrow will saj The caBO of Hear I
Admiral sehl ) is now Lclng con-,
sldered bj the V'torrtey Oencral for
the purpose of discovering whether
there was anj llltgallt) In couneetlcn
with the court of Inquiry. It Is under-,
stood that at the tecctit conferencu 'i
twetn the President and Rear Admiral
Schley the latter pointed out some al
leged violations of law in regard to
the couit. and thee matters havo been
deemed woith of examination.
The Attorne.v Oetitinl is not to pins
upon the met Its of 'be case, but will
deal solelj with Its legal .ihase. If h
shall find that the ouit was propcrl
constituted, that the piccti was icgai-i
Ij drawn nnd that the rules of law vverol
followed as to the evidence It will tin n.
be within the province of the President!
to consider the can- upon Its merits '
If the Attorney General ueeldcs that
there were Illegalities, as c'almed by
Admiral Schley, the verdict of lb
court would be vitiated. It Is unuer-
stood that Admlrat Schley's future
course conceinlng a formal appeal In
writing to the Piesldent will depend
largely upon the decision if the Atte,
HAS LOCATEDTIIE SOUL
Detroit, Mich., Jan. 11 Profcssot
Lombatd of Ann Arbor, Instructor of
ph)slologv In the Fnlverslly of Michi
gan, believes he has located the dwell
ing place of the soul In the spinal col
umn. He has arrived nt fills conclu
sion after man months of experiment.,
with fiogs. Results of tho Inst two
ilajs' experiments seem to demonstrate
that death thtou&li the medium ot th
brain dues not teimlnate the cuntiol oi '
the musJcs. Thursday the professor
produced bcfoie his class n live frog,
from which he lemoved the brain. It
was then suspended by Its uuderjavv.
An hour later a diop of acetic acid wai
touched to Its foot. Instantly thu fiog
began to Jerk and twitch to get away
from tho sting of the acid. Twenty-
four hours later n tiny bit of filter,
paper siturnted v.lth nctd was placed
against tho body. The fiog kicked'
with both legs nnd dislodged tho papei
Plated upon Its back, the paper wjji
Ever) time It was plated on any pa't
of the body the legs sent It Hying
Prof. Lombard tails this activity "rea
son movements" nnd will continue tlu,
otpeilments for the purpose of nster-1
tabling how far the icasonlns Instlu '
may go. 1
D8CAP0D BY MIRACLE.
Tatoira. Wash.. Jan. 11. Seldom II
ever, does maritime hlstoty record a
more thrilling experience or a mors
mliaeulou.s escape ftom certain de
strut tlon that that which wns encoun
tered b) the three-masted British bant
C'althnetsshlre, Captain Fumeaux.
which ai rived )esterday.
Dii.en on the locky Vancouver shorn
last Tuesday night In a gale, with bu:
fifteen fathoms of water beneath her.
In the teeth of a furious wind aud
heavy set, both of her anchors vveri"
lost with 200 fathoms of chain Help
less and with shoaling water Increas
ing, Captain Furnenux and his cte.v
cxpected to see the vessel driven on tin
shore, and so certain were they of her
fate that the small boats weie lowered
and hurried preparations made to take
Almost within an Instant, however,
the wind shifted and began to blow
from the northwest. Sail was tlappd
on to the Cnlthiiesshlre and she wax
driven clear of shore, anchorless, but
safe. Seldom do such escapes occur
"It was n miracle," said Captulu
Furncuiix. "nnd but for the miracle sho
would be idled up on the Vancouver
shoie today Instead of being safely la
8ELL IMLO ALTO STOCK.
Stanford University, Jan. C Orders
have been Issued for the sale of at!
horses on the Palo Alto stock farm
which was established In 1S77 by Gov
01 nor Lelnnd Stnnfoitl. This fart:
has produced many of thu greatest
trotting nad miming hoi sea In the
world, and Hist mode famous the Palo
Alto estute on which Stan'oid Unl
veislty is loenttd. Tho largest num
her of hoises ever hero at one tlma
was 1350 In H93. the )enr Senator
Stantuitl died Slnto then tho num
her has been gradually leduied, and
this dual order means that it Is to b
entliely ilosetl out. Tho 1 mining
stotlt was sold off some )ears ago, and
development of trotting material ceun
ed iu lSliG, although tho Ileuses weret
entered in races throughout tho couu
try until 1S9S Since then only the an
nual sales have taken place. Tho es
Jute Is now n pa it of tho endowment
"of t,l '"dverslty, and will bo turned
over lor other productlvo purposes.
WITH HOME RULERS.
The executive committee of tlu
Home Rule party held a meeting last
evening and appointed thu following
to take the place of vacancies In the
raemljHfhl) of ,ne ")mn'""-,c J- w,
lll",lka,le' Geo' -Mnr,Khlim' Kc,'t
' ' ' Jo'"-''' """ ns mml'
pllsheil. The huidc't fight was against
Maikham, the claim lielng made that
he was u Iitpubl'iun The point was
made that the tut, l.lnte wns the editor
of a Home Rule papei and If ho was to
be ti listed in that position, ho certainly
t oiild be ti listed as a membei ot tint
tommltuc This view pievallcd.
Mrs. Giow ells- M husband Is eon
tin unl I j tiuanelliig about tillles.
.Mis Ilowels Well mv dear, (lie
Pes one has to quaricl about tho bet
ttr Chicago News.
ARE YOU DEAF??
Krerr kind of itmfnrmn and lin)riill lirnr-
'" iippcea.oat uw. send particulars about
I '"ur cnniuiiiioiindiifiif.. K.err
ne Cllr, bim.eif ., his own bmuo at terr
DM. DALTON'S AURAL CLINIC,
Kl Laealle Avenue. CHICAOO. ILL.. tl.H. A.
Lines of Travel.
fW 1 ui"
ICROS3 THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
inly THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
u!l-a&n Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carto).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
H. LOTHROP. General AgenL
185 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., Ban Francisco.
I. U LOMAX. O. P. & T. A.,
1471 Omaha, Nebraska.
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KINO STREET LINE
Cut lovi Willclkl ()f town t nj. 6 ij. e.15 A M.
ni v.ri minute. th.rtifttr till toil, ittij an'
1111P.M from Waiklkl eo to tht Punihou Sublea
Can Itava R Rant, or Pawaa tollch (ot town at
5 i)A n ana every t J minwei increaner nil it eer.m
Car. leave Fort anl Kin? streets corner (or Hatatna
atttio am. ani every is minutes after till li:a)
Cars leave for Palama ortv at . and i o A M
Cars tesve Palama for Walklkl s tj A M and every
15 minutes till 9 is P M . then at to is and 10 45 P.M
TMiti9tM from Patama for Punanou only goes
to Walklkl fcn Samriavs.
Cars leave Fort anj Klne; streets corner foi Rifle
Rane at 5 10 and . to A M
Cars leave Fort and King streets comer for Walklkl
at ft es A n and every 1. minutes till 10 0 jP. M then al
10 H and it aj p m. Thettss.vv toes to Walklkl
on Saturdays only.
BERETANIA STREET AND t'tJUANU VALLEY
Cars leave Punahou Stable for Town at s ) and
for Town and Valley at s 40 s so 6 to so 6 40 T and
T to A M.
Cars leave Oahu Cotleze for town and Vatley at
6 js 6 so and 7 10 A v, and ever) 10 minutes till to.10
P.M except the even hour and half, hour cars which
run from the Stable
Carsleave Nuuanu valley at 6 to 6 jo 6 so A.M and
every 10 minutes thereafter till 10 so P.M
Cars leave Fort and Queen streets for Punahou
Cotleze at 6 os 6 a) 6 es A M and every 10 minutes
after till 0 4S P M. After that the cars run to fie
Stable up to ft sp M, which Is the lastcar from Town,
reaching the Stable at 1 1 o P. H
Telephone to All Farts of the Island.
EALAKErCUA, - HAWAII
J. G. 11EXKIQUES, TROP.
Horse6 and Carrlu-es
For' Bxcur shins
To the Volcano or tho Mountains.
An excellent chance is offered for
SEB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Mauas u.i
it Kallua and take passengers overland
;o Hookcna, where the steamer Is met
O..R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 1839.
STATIONS. UAIIV DAILY
(Outward) ex, Sun DAILY ex. Sun DAILY DAILY
A.M. A M. A M. P.M, l M.
Honolulu .... to 0 it 110s is s'to
Pearl City.... So 94a it 40 47 s.so
Ewa Mill 8 )S to oS 11 .0 40s to
Walanae 10 so 44s
Walalua tt ss 140 ....
Kahukv is.j. 6,1s ....
(Inward) ex Sun. DAILY DAILY daily
AM A.M. PM P.M
Kahuku 5 )s 'S
Walalua I to ... e so
Watanaa 1 10 ... 3 ss
Ewa Mill t.so T IS 10s 4 is
Pearl City 6.13 801 rio 4 51
Honolulu. .. . . 6:so 8 is sos s
F C. SMITH. Gen'l Pass. & Ticket Agt.
Q. p. denison. superintendent
Chinese and Japanese Flrma.
Kabikinni Meat Market
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Berstanla Street, Corner Alakea.
'Phone Blue 2511.
ALS6 AT THE
MEAT STALL8 19 AND 20.
SING CHAN CO.
Hardware, Tinware, Glassware
and Carriage Goods. Etc., Etc.
and Sewer Connec
tions a Specialty.
229 King St., between River St. and
Ft, R. Depot.
Fine English and American Goods
65 Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
O RoxoSi, TFL wit 0
King Street Near Nuuanu.
FIRST-CLASS MEALS 8ERVED
AT ALL HOURS.
Cheapest Good Meal In Town.
Agents, Broken and Jobber.
H. P. BALDWIN Pmtdea
J. B. CASTLE 1st Vic Presldsmt
W. M. ALEXANDER.... 2nd Vlc Prs
J. P. COOKE Tretmrri
W. O. SMITH Secretar-i
OEO. R. CARTER AaUtM
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial ft, Sntar Oa,
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pata Plantation Company.
Nahlku Bugar Company.
Klhel Plantation Company. '
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company, '
The California aud Oriental S. S. Ct,
W. G. Irwin & 60
Western Sugar Refinery. Company "
Baldwin Locomotive Works ot Pklbv
delphla, Pa U. 8. A
Newcll Universal Mill Co. (NatloajJ
Cane Shredder), New York, TJ. B. A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'a Chemical FertU-
Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade FcrtO
lzers for Cane and Cofteo.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OITER FOR SALE:
Paramne Paint Co.'s P. & B. Paints aal
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oils,
raw and boiled.
Indurtnc (a cold-water paint), In wklU
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lima aif
CASTLE & COOKB
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltl.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
Tho Walamea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, lattx
The Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F, Blake Steam Pumpi.
Tho New England Life Insurance Co.
The Etna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartfort,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
LIBE and FIRE
jIbw England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
cEtna Fire Insurance Cokpaki
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. G. Irwin.. President and Managsi
Claus Spreckels Vice President
W. M. Glffard.. Second Vlco President
H. M. Wnltney, Jr,...Treas. and Be.
Geo. J. Ross Audltoi
AOENTB OF THU
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, GAL.
C. BREWER & CO., LTD.
Queon Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ooks'i
Sugar Plant, Co., Onomea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co.,
Makee ,ugar Co., Haleakala Ranch Co.,
The Planters' Line ot San Francisco,
Packet; Chas. Dtrwer & Co.'s Line ol
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. M. Cooke, President; Georcs
Robertson, Manager; B. F, Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. I
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. W
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors
QUEBN ST.. - HONOLULU
Tho Lancashire insurance Co,
Tho Balolso Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc
Pensylvania Fire Insurance
Company, clinB. T. WIIller,
General Manager ot
THE EQUITAB' LIFE
Of the United States for the Ha
Office, : Merchant Si. : Honoluli