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ACROSS THE! CONTINENT FROM
1 San Francisco-Portland
THE TRAINS DAILY
PROM BAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
talf THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
PiBman Palace Sleepers. DuSet, Bmok
Ing and Library Cars, with Barber
hop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carto).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
f. H. LOTHROP, General Agent
116 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
B. U LOMAX, O. P. & T. A.,
UTi Omaha, Nebraska.
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KINO STREET LINE.
Cttl ttava Walklkl (or town it j:,5, .ii, 6:41 A.M.
and tvtry ij nlnutai trxrcaftctullll 10:41, ti!ij and
ISf.M. (torn Walklkl go to tha Punahou Slabltf.
Can laava R Rant-a of Pawaa iwitcn lor town at
j:!)A.M. and every 15 nlnutti thirtaftir till 11 op..
Cart laava Fort and Kin; atrtata cornf r lor Palama
at 6:10 A.M. and avary is mlnum alter till n:j
Can Itava lor Palama only at ) and !:)o A.M.
Cart Itava Palama lor Walkfkf j:a j a.m. and tvtry
J! nlnutti till 0 41 P.M. thtn at 10:1) and 10:4s P.M.
Tn 11:11 p.m. from Palama lor Punahou only rota
to Walkllcl on Saturdayi.
Can Itava Fort and Klnt; atrttticomtr lot Kill
Kanga at s:ao and :jo A.M.
ara itava l-orl and Kin itrttta corntrlor Walklkl
at 6:0s A.M. and tvtry it mlnutti till 10 ojp. M thin al
J and lias P.M. Tna ii:js P.M. (01a to Walklkl
BERETANIA STREET AND NUUANU VALLEY.
Can Itava Punahou Slabl lor Town at f.ja and
lor Town and Vallty at 3:40 11 " Vto 6:40 and
Can Itava OahuColltta (or town and Vallty at
6: jo 6:30 and ?:io A.M and tvtry 10 tnlnuttl till 10:10
P.M. aactpt tht avtn hour and hall, hour can whlth
ran Irom tha Stabla,
Canltavt Nuuanu Vallty at 6' to 6:)o 6:o A.M and
avtry 10 mlnutti thtrtalttr till io:jo P.M.
Can laava Fort and Quttn itrttli lor Punahou
Cotltgaat 6-os 6:ts 6-4SA.M and tvtry 10 mlnutti
alttr till 04 P.M. Alttr that tha carl run to tha
Stabla up to ii:joP,M,whleh llthllaitcar Irom Town,
rtachlng tha Stabla at 11:10 P.M.
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. HENRIQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance Is offered for
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Mauna lam
at Kallua and take passengers overland
to Uookena, where the steamer la met
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 1899.
STATIONS. OAttv DAttv
(Outward) ti. Sun. DAILY t. Sun. DAILY daily
A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. P M.
Honolulu r:io 9:1 n:os s:is 5:10
Ptarl City.... 8.0s 9:4. 11:40 jut 5:50
Ewa Mill ! 10:0s it:oo 4:0s i;io
Walanaa 10:30 4:4s ....
Walalua ill, 1:40 ....
Kahulru ia:)a 6;is
(Inward) ai. Sun. daily daily DAILY
A.M. A.M. P.M P.M.
Kabuku :)S .... tiA
Walalua . .. 0:10 .... a:so
Walanaa 9:10 . .. 3:53
Ewa Mill :jo t:J 1:0s 4!)a
Ptarl City 6.11 8:o tt)o 4:51
Honolulu 6:30 8;s 1:05 i'6
F C. SMITH, Gen'l Pass. & Ticket Age
O. P. DENI80N. Superintendent
Chinese and Jspanese Firms.
Kahikinni Meat Market
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Beretanla 8treet, Corner Alakea.
'Phone Blue 2511.
ALSO AT THE3
MEAT STALLS 19 AND 20.
SING CHAN CO.
Hardware, Tinware, Glassware
and Carriage Goods, Etc., Etc.
and Sewer Connec
tions! u Specialty.
229 King 8t., between River 8t. and
R. R. Depot.
Fine English and American Goods
6$ Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
p o noKoi.
TEL WH1T1 tjt
King Street Near Nuuanu.
FIRST-CLASS MEAL8 SERVED
AT ALL HOUR8.
Cheapest Good Meal In Town.
DO YOU WANT
To feel as vigorous as you were
'To enjoy lire ngaln? To get up In the morning, refreshed by sleep
and not more tired than when you went to bed? To have no weak-
ness In the back or "come an d go" pains? No Indigestion or Con
i stlpatlon? To know that your strength Is not allnnliic awnv? To
onco more have bright eyes, h ealthy color In your cheeks and . bo
confident that what other men can do Is not Impossible to you? In
l short, do you want to be a man among men?
DR. MCLAUGHLIN'S ELECTRIC BELT
There Is nothing so penetrating, nothing so Invigorating, noth
ing that will relieve weakness and
a nature uy a general reinforcement or the vital energy by Inruslng a
I mild, Invigorating current of Electricity Into the nerves and by sup
T nlvtnc thn BV.tom with ttlA V CV ftaontinn nf ,nr-n I'lnn. n ml nnn-f.
a-W"-B .w uu.u. ...... .uv . .. j
LAME BACK AND
DR. Mel.AUGHLIN Dear Sir:
me all you have claimed It would, and has improved mo to such an
extent that I am now able to do a hard day's work, something I
was Incapable of before eoinmenclnntyour treatment. 1 rest well at
night and my general health Is better than ever. You can refor to mo
and It will glvo mo great pleasuro to speak of tho merits of your
treatment. Very truly, E. It. HOUSTON, Armona, Cal.
Call and see It, or send for my freo book telling nbout it.
r JlI U nf ..xui! 702 Mnrkct St..
Ul'. 111. 11. miLiclUl.liiH, Snn Prnn., Cnl.
OFFICE HOURS S a. m. to
the secret of it
Cholly's shirts were the talk nf lh town--they wcrr ro rich
in design but people didn't know that DEAL'S wall papers were
tile handsome shlrc fronts Cbolly wore.
The beautiful designs cf
1902 WALL PAPERS
please everyone that sees them nnd our prices aro the lowest.
Take a look at your room: don't you think tho paper needs
1 17 A I 9 c: BERETANIA ST"
DCALf 4 NEXT TO EMMA
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
31ERRA ...FEn. 12
4LAMEDA FED. 22
SONOMA MAR. 5
VENTURA MAIL 26
1LAMEDA APRIL E
In connection with tne sailing or tne auove steamers, mo agents are pre
aared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New
fork by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AOENT8 OCEANIC 8. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
HONGKONG IJARU FED. 6
CHINA FED. 14
DORIC . .' FED. 22
NIPPON MARU MAR. 4
PERU MAR. 12
COPTIC MAR. 20
AMERICA MARU MAR. 28
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION
H. HACKF1SLQ &
CanadianAustralian Royal Mail
Steamers of the above line, running la connection wlu the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. II. C, and Sydney, N.S.W.,
and calling at Victoria, D. C, Honolulu and Ilrisbane, aro DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.;
rrom Vancouver anu Victoria, B. C.
(For Drlsbane and Sydney.)
MOANA FER. IB
MIOWERA MAR. 15
AORANGI APR. 12
Through Tickets Usued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
d all general Information, apply to curope. For Freight and Passage an
Theo. H. Davlcw & Co.. Ltd,, Gcn,1 Aficntw.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
S. 8. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, to sail about Jan. 25.
S. S. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about March 15.
From San Francisco S. S. HYADES, 3,000 tons, to sail Feb. 19 for Honolulu.
Freight received at Company's wharf, 42nd Street, South Brooklyn, at
all times. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. MORSE,
General Freight Agent. H.
WELL WORDED WANTS
TO BE STRONG ?
before you wasted' your strength?
pain as speedily and surely or
,aaitk,j u. ,11.,, v ,1W. t.Mt. liv. IV
Your electric belt has done for ,
8:30 p. m.; Sundays, 10 to 1.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA FED. 5
SONOMA FEU. 11
ALAMEDA FED. 26
VENTURA MAR. 4
ALAMEDA MAR. 19
SIERRA .1 MAR. 25
ALAMEDA APRIL 9
FOR 8AN FRANCISCO.
NIPPON MARU FEB. 8
PERU FED. 13
COPTIC FER. 25
AMERICA MARU MAR. 4
PEK1N(! MAR. 12
GAELIC MAR. 22
HONOKONG MARU MAR. 29
APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
CO, LTD. AGENTS.
f-rom Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, D. C.)
MIOWKItA KEH. 12
AORANOI MAR. 12
MOANA APR. 9
MIOWERA MAY 7
HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, It. T.. SATURDAY. FED. 1, 1902
CHANGES ARE PROMISED
FOR CANADIAN LINE
Four Palatial Boat3 Building Later
the Present Empress Steam
ers to be Put on Hono
Vancouver, II. C., Jnn, SI. Official
advices from the Canadian I'.iclllo
dikes In Montreal have been received
to the effect that work Is under nay on
the construction of four large steamers
on the Clyde for service on the Orien
tal route between this city and Hong
kong. The new vessels aro to toko th
place of tho Empress liners at present
plying 011 the route, while the tattct
boats will go to the Canadian-Australian
run, now taken by the Mluwcrn,
AoraiiKl and Moana.
The new steamers when completed
will be up to the standard of the fust
Atlantic liners and will surprass any
thing at present plying In Pacific wa
ters. They will he COO feet long, or
over 100 feet longer than tho present
Empress liners, and will have accom
modations for 800 saloon and 1200
According to the terms of the con
tracts, which were signed In October,
the speed of the new steamers will be
twenty-one knots per hour, as against
sixteen knots of the present boats, The
proposal Is to inaugurate a ten-day
service between this port and Hong
kong. It Is probable that nrarnge
ments will be made for cither a direct
call or connection with the Siberian
port of Vladivostok. It is estimated
that the new vessels will cost J 1,500.000
apiece. The Canadian Pacific director
ate has voted $2,423,000 for their con
GLEARED BY 1
Vancouver. II. C Jan. 23. A year
nnd n half ago mo Ilritli bark Man
chester sailed from Isew York for Ma
nila. The first authentic news of tint
disaster which befell her was received
here today by tho Canadian-Australian
A trader's schooner recently touch
ed at one of the smaller of thn Mar
shall Islands nnd lound wreckage
there which must certainly have cumo
Irom the Manchester. The ship car
ried a cargo of petroleum from Now
York nnd several hundred cans of
oil aro lying along thn beach In a small
cove. The tins arc marked "Chester
Tide Water Oil Company, Now York, '
which arc stated to be descriptive
marks of the oil cans sent from New
York by tho Manchester.
Desldes these there was the batter
ed half of a ship's boat, btu with the
letters obiltcratetl. The bodies of two
u.uu ii,, uc mm, uiuiu umii nni-i-!
ctons were found on .c slioro. In a
pocket were soveral well-preserved
letters under a leather cover. Tho,
fiu-n.ip tt thn Inttnp ivn. ,,1-lilnnf It- Til. '
litis P. Schwartz. A letter was signed
by S. Pope of Now York.
There were bontmarks in the paths
leading up the slioro wmeh could not
have been mado by natives. This
bhows that some at least o, the unfor
tunate sailors got ashore, but wheru
they went Is n mystery. Probably
they started to sea In smnil boats
nnd wero lost, for nothing has ever
been heard of them.
THE MANCHURIA TREATY
Peking. Jan. 23. It Is expected that
the Manehiirlnn treaty will bo Blgned
within a week. Diplomats here do not
manifest much Interest In It, as they da
not believe any written treaties In the
slightest degree afreet tho policy of
Russia In Manchuria. A separate con
tract with the Riisso-Chlneue Hank so
cures to the bank complete control ol
the railroads and mines.
DEATH IN TUB I-LAML8.
Mobile, Ala., J.in. 23. Fire early to
day In the wholesale business district
destroyed property to the value of at
least $300,000 and caused the death
of Richard 11. Vidmcr. a leading so
ciety man of .Mobile, und Pat Thomas,
n negro laborer, from New Orleans.
Three firemen were Injured, to slight
ly und one painfully,
Mr. Vldmer and Thomas were assist
ing the firemen and were caught by
fulling walls. Mr. Vldmer was a promi
nent lloo-llno und was iiuce Vice
Grand Smirk for Alabama.
The Eastman Kodak Company bus
opened n contest In wnleh they offer
$i.'00O In cash prizes nnd $2000 in ko-
dakB for tho best pictures taken with
Eastman Kodaks or nrownio cameras.
Here Is a great opportunity for Hu
tioliilu amateurs, with tho excellent
advantages for picture-taking tho
beautiful Bcenery of the Island affords.
Tho Honolulu Plioto-Hupply tjim
pany will lie headquarters' .or Hono
lulu contestants, and tticy havo all
the Information about the contest,
Call and see them.
BRITISH ROYALTY WHO.
London, Jan. 25. The marriage of
Lord Stuvendale. eldest son of the fifth
Earl of llilieater, and Ijidy Helen
Vnne-tempest-Stcwart, only daughter
of the Mui'iiuls of Londonderry, took
plaee at St Peter's Church, Eton
.Sipiure today The ceremony wsh one
of the xninrtent affairs of the kind seen
In Louilon for sears past It was esti
mated Hi t the presents, which were
iiuniei -ciut- u if worth upwards ol
L :i.'io mm
UVSaaVTaPV I B M 'A .aW-Satal
Instruments Filed for Record January
D. Kanbl P. Hutler A.M
Walanae Co.-I. Ktiapmi Ex.1).
Wong Kwal I. Rubinstein . ...Mtg.
11. Keolkl II. A. lleen -
Parlflc Mill vo. Kong L.iong ....L.
K. and U Sltnotm Oeo. ditchings. D.
llarng Lung Kec Co. Anlma et al.
Instruments Filed for Record Febru
ary 1, 1902.
A. M. Drown Tom ILug L.
Recorded January 25. 1902.
C. It. Hemenway and wife to P. C.
Jones, Limited; mortgage; lot C, block
22. Collego Hills tract. Honolulu. Oa
bu; $3000. Book 232. page 4". Dated
January 21, 1902.
Oregon Ilulldlng Company. Limited,
to C. Spreckels & Company; chattel
mortgage; leasehold of Kills. !01, 5G27.
973 and 102C and buildings. Hotel and
Union streets. Honolulu, Onliu; $12.
Ooo. Hook 232. page 49. Dated Janu
ary 25. 1902.
Recorded January 27, 1902.
' Pang Kan Chco et al. to t'ang Lam
Mow et al.: bill of sale; leasehold of
Kill. OtuO and buildings. Kallbl valley,
Honolulu, Oahu; $1200. Hook 221,
pngc I'.'S. Dated October 31. 1901.
Pang l.um Mow to Pang Yuen Lew
et nl.; bill of sale; Interest In lease
hold of Kul. 0150. Kalihl alley. Ho
nolulu, Oahu; $500. Hook 221. page
199. Dated December o. 1901.
T. Chrlstlcy and wife to o. C. Al
len; mortgage; thirteen pieces land.
Fort street. Honolulu, Oahu; $5300..
llnok 230. page 2."S. Dated January
Estate 11. P. Ulsbop to A. M.
Drown: lease; sea fishery and piece
land. Maunalua, Koua, Oahu; twenty'
five years at $100. Hook 22S. page
49S. Dated June HI. 189S.
II. P. Hlshop to A. M. Ilrown: con
sent: to assignment of sea fishery and
piece land, Maunalua. Nona. Oahu.
Hook 228. page 500. Dated January 25,
J. A. Magoon to S. Naukana; re
lease: one-half Interest In It. P. 1218,
Kula, Makawao, Maul; $.100. Hook
1S7. pago 367. Date January 27. 1902,
Tong On to Suo Hcong; assignment
of lease: piece laud Kakaako. Hono
lulu. Oahu; $1. Hook 233, page 20.
Date July 2. 1901.
S. Kalwanla to J. A. Duck: deed;
(!rant 1350, Opco. Hlto. Hawaii; $2314.
Hook 229, page 370. Dated December
i J. Ilarrctt to L. Ward; foreclosure
aflldovit; R. P. 5311. Kill. 20PL, Wal-
Iklkl. Honolulu. Oahu. Hook 232. page
. 54. Date January 27. 1902.
J. Ilarrctt to II. P. tttitncku: fore-
I closure aindavlt: Aps. 1 nnd 2. II. P.
32S2. Kul. 1050. Knpalama. it. P. 5314,
I Kul. 2AKL. Walklkl. Honolulu. Oahu
Hook 232, page oil. Dated January 2i.
Ming Hym to Chun Ah Lee; assign
ment of lease; interest In leasehold
Ahupuaa Hiiclo, Makawao, Maui;
$1000. Hook 233. pago 20. Date Jan'
nary 27. 1902.
Portuguese Mutual Hencfit Society
to M. S. Madelrn; release; portion It
P. 1915. Puliation, Honolulu. Oahu;
$150. Hook 100, page 234. Dated
January 25, 1902.
M. da S. Madeira nnd wife to M. I.
Oouvela; deed; portion II. P. 1913,
Punahou, Honolulu. Oahu; S0rt. noo..
229. page 372. Dated January 21. 1902,
M. I. Oouvela nnd wife to II. E.
i tHnriiontanr ninrrttntrtu unrl r"in IV D
igi,,, i'Unaliou, Honolulu. Oahu; $300.
nook 230. page ..,2. Dated January 23,
V. P. 8. C, B. 80CIAL.
The Christian. Endeavor Society of
Central Union church gave n social In
the church parlors, last evening. The
attendance was large nnd the enter
tnlnment afforded pleasuro to all. Ah
each person entered a member of the
social committee met him and pinned
upon his back a t-ard bearing the name
of some person of renown. The object
was to have the wearer mako Inquiries
of everybody else which would lead to
his guessing It. The "trip around the
world" mis also a pustlmo that cieut'il
niurh fun. Twenty-five sheets of paper
were pinned on the walls so ns to make
a complete circuit of the main parlor.
Upon each sheet was a mass of capi
tals and small letters which, when
properly arranged. cpelUut the name of
a city. The names began with cities
in- the Islands, then in Asia. Europe,
Africa and the I'nlted States. The
object was to guess as many of the
names as possible. At the conclusion
of the guessing contests, refreshments
OP SPANISH ARISTOCRACY.
San Jose, Jan. 25. Mrs. Rafaclla So
to de Pacheco, one of the few survivors
of the aristocratic Spanish families,
who resided In California at the tlim
of the American occupation, died here
this morning, aged SG years. She was
born In San Francisco In 1810. her fa
ther being a Spanish olllcer stationed
in California at that time. She was n
cousin of the late Governor I'achecu
and related to many of the first fami
lies of Spanish-California. She leavea
one daughter, Mrs. A. .1. Gruwell, of
San .lose and a grandson, Ralph
ATowo of Los Angeles. She had been
In declining health for over a year.
BIG CALIFORNIA LION.
San Jose, Jan. 2.1. The largest Cali
fornia lion ever killed In this counts
was brought down yesterday by An
drew Klllmar, of Evergreen, He was
tracking a lost colt In the hills back ol
Mount Hamilton when he caught sight
of the Hon standing In the track not a
hundred yards away. One shot. Ilred
quickly, served to put the finish to the
big eat. It measured eight feet from
tip to tip and weighed over one hun
Edinburgh. Jan. 23. The court todai
granted the Earl of Itoaslyn a dlvone
from his wife, who was Miss Violet it
Orey Vyner. on tho ground of dvaer
TO CURE A COLO IN ONE DAY
Tnko Laxative llroino (Jutnlno Tablets.
I Ml druggists refund the money If it
1 falls to euro. E. V. drove's slgnuture
Is on each box. 25 cents.
Postage on the Bulletins special In.
dustrlal edition Is three cents to all
parts of the States.
You have paid .for two or three homes during your llfellms.
Especially If you have been paying rent; and we regret that
you have nothing to show for the money spent In this manner.
Wa have now on sale lots In the beautiful Puupueo Tract,
which contains the finest suburban property In Honolulu. This
tract commands a magnificent view of mountains and ocean, has
macadamlxed streets, artesian water, and the electric car line
passes through the property. For any further Information regard
ing prices, terms, etc., address
ISLAND REALTY COHIPY
MAUI HOTEL, B2Tb"K.SL.
A. T. HACHNKAMP. Manager.
A I'romlnent Montiril clergyman, the Iter. Jnmtl
It. Dtmn, Hrctur 8t Ju.c and Hon, Caitun of
Ctirivt Chiairh ratiiedral, mlti-at "Permit mo t"
end you a few line to tronjjty rccommi ntl
rriuir Un' 1'j.i.s-KiLir.K. I liait um-.I It with
nt '" fact Inn for thlrtyfle jrar. It Ii a firrpara
llou utUcli Off ervtt full public confide tier.''
a A nre enr for
Dmn V i lint' ao":?Iront.
I Ulll IIIIIUI Chllfs.
To Slwa, tie and one.
Vh -. la only one Paln-Klllrr, Porry Dnvla'
The following decision received by
Collector Stuckable yesterday, will he
Interesting to Hawaiian Importers:
Treasury Department. Jan. S, J 902.
Sir. The Department duly received
your letter of October .1 last, relative
to the dutiable classlllcitlon of so
called bean stick and bean cuUc.
You state that bean stick Imported nt
Honolulu in May last was returned by
the ganger us "n vegetable casein, or
legtimlu, made from tho Juice of legu
lultunls seeds by precipitation with
nclils and rennet," and was classified as
a non-enumerated article under section
U of the act of July 21, 1697.
The collector of customs nt New
York reports that bean stick Is return
ed for duty at his port as a non-euu-mcrnted
manufactured article at tho
rate of 20 por cent ad valorem, under
section C of said act, and bean cake as
prepared vegetables at the rate of 40
per cent ad valorem, under paragraph
211 of the same act.
You state that the beau stick passed
on In Treasury decision 1 101b of De
cember 20, 1S93 (H. A. 2370), which was
followed by tho collector of customs nt
Honolulu, was found on u chemical ex
amination to "exhibit the deportment
of an animal tissue, and to rcscmblo
physically the membraneous tissues do
rlved from the bean stick which was
held in Treasury dcrjslon SS19 of May
V 1S88, and 10213 of September 9, IhiiO
(G. A. 21), to bo vegetables prepared.
I am of opinion that a distinction
should be made between the two class
es of beau stick as above indicated, and
that Treasury decision 14G1S should,
therefore, not ho construed as revoking
Treasury decisions 8S19 and 10213. I
am further of opinion that bean cake
should be classified as vegetables pre
pared, under paragraph 211 of the
present tariff. In accordance with
Treasury decision 19093 of March 11.
1S98 10. A. 1091).
O. L. SPAn.DINO.
The Auditor for the Treasury Depart
ment. Hundny Bund Concert.
The hand will play the following se
lections at a concert to be given ou
the Capitol grounds Sunday evening
beginning at 3 u'llock:
The Old Hundred.
Oveiture The Doll of Nuremberg
Entre Act Kplthnlamc Oann
Clrniul Si lection Paust (iuiinoi1
Vocal Sejeit Ion -Three Duets.
"Itcmlnln. ences of Verdi" Rodfrc)
Finale Tannbaiiser Wagner
"'"''V T '
The Star Spangled Banner.
ii .i..,.. t-i.i..i... ...
THE AMOUNT PAD
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAD FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
HOME TOO. j -
At the er.trancs
to the Famous
lao Valley, aol
easy access t
volcano In tha
Head quart rs
for Tourists anJ
WILDER'3 STEAMSHIP CO.
One Hundred Dollars (J100.00) ro
ward will bo paid to any person giv
ing Information which will lead to the
arrest and conviction of the parties
who stole a registered mall pouch
from the steamer Klnnu on or about
Saturday, December 21st.
C. L. WIGHT.
PACIFIC CLUB, HONOLULU.
The annual meeting of the Pacifl
Club will be held February 3d, 190:'. at
tho Club House, nt 7:30 p. m.
Parties visiting Lahalna and the Isl
and of Maul In general can secure suit
able conveyances nnd careful drivers
at the PIONEER STABLES, Lahalna,
Island of Maul.
Commercial men will be carefully
looked after with suitable rigs.
Owing to the chance of manage
ment of the Sanitary Steam Laundry
Company, Limited, statements of all
outstanding accounts are requested at
tho earliest opportunity.
UIKE r. UDLONO.
CHAS, M. URLOND
. . Agency . .
AH Collections Promptly At
HART & CO-,
ME ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Ice Creams and Water ices.
Chocolate and Confections.
The Finest Resort In the City.
Try our "Elite" Oyster Cocktail.
has removed to tho
Arlington Block, Hotel Street,
In the store formerly occupied by
H. V. Foster.
in Gmnoantratoa broom
ANEMIA, POO RNE88 OF BLOfl
LOSS OF COLOUR.
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