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SUNDAY BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., 8UNDAY, FEDRUARY 2, 1902.
Prince Henry Most Popular of all Hohenzollerns
Prince Hclnrlch, or "Helnrlcn tlio
Navigator," as loral Germans love to
file him, hns boon from Ills youth the
rr.oM liopulnr of Hohenzolloin princes
lie Is tlio BCrornt son of the lr-t Cm
peror rrcilcrlclt, tlio only tm-tliur ot
the present Knlser, nml was bcui on
AllCIIRt 1 I. IXII'A
Henry Is the sailor prlnro of tlie lin-
perlal family, and. lllte nmt sailor1
princes, lie lias always hold a high
placo In the affections of his peoplv
Indeed, there are loyal Germans to
day who, while they irlatlly render the
most dovoted alleglaneo to their Kai
ser, still reRard Henry as the most tnl-
cntcd member of the Hohenzollern '
With his Ill-fated father, whom tier
innny Idolized as "t'nser Frlti." Hen
ry was always a fnvoilte son. During
the long, darli days when the soldier
nippwor lay suffering at San Itemo I
nnd afterward at llerlln. stricken by !
the agonies of a slow and lmfi '" oM'crt performer on the organ. ilnjmy was consldorcu marvellous,
disease, Prince Henry was untiring In ' Vrlnce eTKe of Prussia Is both a poet I Less than n year bolore this occa
his filial devotion. His warm llnrt and n nilclan, ami so Is the Princess slon Pi luce Henry had attended the
and gentle manners did inuc h to soften
the rigors of the dying Emperor's last
days. It was this devotion, doubtless
thnt did much to endear him to tlio
hearts or his father's subjects.
Prince Henry personally Is unlll.e
his brother Emperor In many ways,
in appearance he Is not citilto so tall, j took to Uerlln ns his wire the Princess
but he has the strong, well-knit flguro ( Irene, third daughter of tho Grand
of a young man In perfect health. L Duko Louis, of Hesse, and of his con
life on tho ocean wave has been not sort, the Princess Alice, of England,
only quite to his taste, but It seems to She ls fcur years younger than her
have agreed with him marvellously husband. lloth are grandchildren of
well. Kissed by the suns of many '.Victoria.
climes, inured to wind nnd weather by , Prince Illsmarclt had opposed tho
twenty years of active seamanship.1 match on the ground that the high
his checks are bronzed nnd his rea-1 contracting parties were tlrst cousins,
tures hardy and rugged. Unlike his' Prince Henry was deeply in love,
Imperial brother. Henry wears a well-'however, nnd with sailorly stubborn
trimmed beard, as well as a luxuriant ness he declared that unless ho could
mustache. His race Is dignified with- wed Irene he would remain a bachelor
out hauteur, and he has tho frank nnd for life. Tho present Emperor, then
coruiai manner or n gentleman Bailor,
As Linguist and Musician.
Members or the American Reception
Committee, whose German may not bo
so fluent ns they coulu wish, will find
that tho sailor Prince can meet them
on even terms with ns polished Eng
llsh as their own. tils English moth
er Is largely responsible for that. Put
ho is a linguist or no mean attain
ments, and In cruising nbout the earth
ho has picked up the vocabularies ot
many strnnge tongues In addition to
thoic that usually form n part of tho
educational equipment or a well-in
structed European prince.
Prince Henry Is n bom seaman. Ho
ls never more happy than when on the
quarterdeck of his flagship. Hut ho is
also n keen student of men and ntfalrs,
and from the time when, as a mcro
l.n.. t. A I .,- ... ... -... DVM,
,. ui- uru uiok io mo sen, no nns Prince Wnldemar. was born Thero
loved to Indulge In such Inland Jour-he and the other children still watch
neys in strange and dislant countrlesfrom tho castle windows for tho 'pen
as his sailor duties would permit. Hlsnons of their father's ships ;oming
.... ucvi a me in t-unstani aciivuy.into port.
He finds no Joy In Idleness. Less than At the time ot his marrlago Prlnco
forty years old, ho ls an admiral otHenry had alicady cruised and Jour
the German navy, and Bailor folk sayneyed over a goodly portion of tho civ
that he has fairly won his naval rank.irizcd world, and ho knew his own
wholly apart from his princely origln.country well. His nearest approach
Ilusy as he has been on tho sea. tholo a previous visit to American shores
Prlnco has found time to malie hlmsclfwas In 1S83 and 1881, when ho had
n scholar of respectable attalnments.passed some time in tin. uw in.n.
ne mries a ueep interest In all
national affairs affecting the weifaroalso In Ilermmln.
of the fatherland. n 1C gprlnB of m, hp a,60 WQ8 u I
On questions of stnte his views nroLondon. His royal grandmother.)
'FOLLOW POPE'S DEATH
In writing about tho advanced age
of Leo XIII, Mrs. Delloc-Lowndes says.
In January Llpplncott's Magazine:
Often announced, yet still delayed,
that great day must como when this
monarch, more powerful than any
enithly ruler, wIiobo proudest title Is
yet "servant of tho servants or God,"
will become merely one or tho multi
tude who will he called before the
Great Judge. Dut after his spirit has
lied, tho consequences to those who
nre left behind aro so Important, and
tho ceremonies which follow are so
august In their symbolism, that It may
be well to picture them to ourselves
by way of preparation for this the
next great event In tho history or Eu
lope and, fuueed, or the woild.
Let us placo ouisoltcs in imagina
tion In the chamber ot death. It is a
small loom, tae bedroom ot this old
man of simple, even frugal, habits, and
there is Mule In It save a bed, a sofa
and a prlc-Dleu. Outside In tho Im
mense vestibule, near the great hall
ot Clement VIII, are giouped tho ru
inous SwIbs Guards in their gorgeous
slashed doublets and hose, and thu
chamberlains are clothed entirely In
violet. A gloom ovei hangs every
face; tho blow has fallen; the prison
er of tho Vatican ls dead.
Dut hush, thero comes tho Cardinal
Camerlengo, i.io ultramontane Cardi
nal Oreglla, who was said to bo both
the bitter enemy and trie favored pro
tege of tho dead Pontiff, to whom ho
bears a singular personal likeness. It
Is Cardinal Oreglla who, In vlrttie of
the office of Camerlengo. conferred on
him by Leo XIII, Is during this varan
cj of tho Holy Seo. the administrator,
tho guide, tho ultimate Court of Ap
peal In whom all must turn until the
Sacred College have made their choice
of a successor In the Chair of St
With his attendant nfllclals he ar
lives at the door ot the death chamber
Ho finds It closed against Mm, nnd
then Is handed to him n golden mallet,
with which ho knocks on tho pnncl
three times. Theio Is no answer.
Then Cardinal Oreglla calls aloud the
namo of the Pontiff
Still there Is no answer, and after a
short space of waiting he enters the
chamber. Approaching tho bedside,
Life on the Sea Has Filled Him With Health. He is a Lin
guist and Musician, a Student of Men, and
an Adept at Statecraft.
;of,en roimilteJ, and they are usually .
lcreu lOH" p,tM1 "' ms oine"
what Impetuous Imperial brother. the sailor I'nnce was always popular
l'rl nee Henry's versatility Is further , Among a nation or sailors. Jlut nelth
Illustrated by the fact that he Is n ' ur or these facts pri'tentetT n dastard
musician or considerable skill, llojlj attempt upon his life. Whllo no
plays the violin fairly well, and Is the ' stood In one of the upper looms of
composer of the really fine 'l'reussen- j the I'addhmton llallroad Station, a
niar' ''" whlch ls tIef,crve"5' popular
Indeed, the Hohenzollerns are a
musical family. The Kaiser enjoys a
KOOI ,1,,'or,,,lrnl knowledge of music, j
aim oas siionn some inienc. ms sis-;
,pr Charlotte, of Mclnlngen, Is a mi-
"erb ,"U,,M' m"' ,ho "e Mcto-.He
iiiriu jiiiiiiim, nun ms i-iiiii-vks iciu-
His Marriage to His Cousin,
I Prince Henry sought and round hit
bride during tlio gloomy Hays ot his
.father's mortal Illness. It was the
wish or the stricken Emperor that ho
should do so. In May, 1SSS. Henry
the Crown Prince, had not then fortl-
fled tho Hoheuzollern succession with
the line assortment or strapping boys
that have since blessed his hearth
stone and Prince Henry's threat had
the effect or bringing Ins elders to
In the presence of the dvlne En.
Iiror the wedding was xoiciiinlze.l nt
CharlottenberB. It wai the last cero-j"01 lro lrom """P'oon or plans ror
mony or stato In whlcn "I'nsor Krltz" I""lo,inl nRBrnntllzomcnt. were aroused
appeared, and many jr his old-time rol-'1'1 ,llc European press, wnlch nt that
I.wers wero moved to tears when tho'11""' wna ',JV0llnB much nttention to
suffering Knlser, volclrss and almost tho rel!,llons existing between Chlnn
too weak to stand, extended his I.iimIh nml ,llc vnrlo" European Powers.
In paternal blessing ove- the heads ol
his ravorlte son and the woman whom
In tho royal castle of Kiel the sailor
Prince and his bride to.il: up their rev'nml Ul ceremonies witn wnich tho
leenro. nml thorn ll.ni- llttln cm,
Inter-vlsltlng places of interest In Cuba and
the Cardinal this time with a silver
mallet lightly strikes tho rorehead of
the dead Pope, again calling Mm
Still thero Is no answer.
Tho Camerlengo turns toward his
"Tho Popo Is rcully dead," ho says;
and then he recites tho "Do Profundls"
and perforins tho rlto or sprinkling.
An official takes from tho finger or the
dead Popo tho Ding of the rithermen,
which Is or massive gold, woith lull
ciouiis, nnd gltes It to tho Camerlen
go. ns a Blgn that ho Is provisionally
the depositary ot the authoilty of tho
Holy Seo. Then rails upon the sllcnco
the monotonous tones or a protonn
tnry, who reads, kneeling upon his
knees, the olllelal reconl or theso
events, n copy of which, Inclosed in a
leaden box, Is burled with the Pope.
Tho lying In state of no eaithly po
tentate could bo half bo impressive as
that or a Pope. Tor here It ls no mate
rial, secular loyalty which Is engaged,
but wo seem to penetrato tho barrier
which separates tho things which are
unseen rrom our mortnl vision. All
the burning lovo and devotion of the
Church Universal, that great company
which no man could number, and all
their deepest thoughts and reelings
como winging their way hero rrom the
uttermost partB or tho earth. Tho air
la laden with the mysterious Incense
of prayer; tho deslro of the myriad
souIb of the wholo Catholic world aro
centered hero; hoio tho field hand on
a Western ranch, the courtly Austrian
noble, the old Connemara peasant
woman, the lonely suhnltorn on an In
dlan frontier post, nil direct tlieli
thoughts In a common sorrow anil a
Tho third day weais on. nnd now In
the gathering dusk the long procession
again takes up the precious body and
conducts It to St. Peter's, nnd there,
protected by linn railings, within a
chapelle ardente, It lies In stato view
ed by Ml earns of peoplo for several
days. Dy ancient custom the right
foot Is extended that the rnlthful may
kiss tho cross on the embroidered
At last, on tho tenth day utter the
death, tho final and most solemn re
quiem is sung In St. Peter's, nnd on
tho evening of thnt day tho Pope Is
burled in a temporary vault. Atter
tho space or a year the body will be
taken to the tomb chosen by the Pon
tiff during his lifetime.
Qiipiti Victoria, on such oeenslons nl'
vng'icnve nun a warm welcome
dynamite bomb was cxptorted In a
(cloakroom of the Victoria Station and
wrecked that building. Dynaniito was
also found similarly placed in the Pad
illusion Station directly beneath the
apartment In whlcn the Prussian
Prince stood. Tno plot failed, hut
nenrj s escape irom iienin or serious
eremonles In honor of Queen Victo
ria's golden Jubilee In June, 1SS7. In
the great Jubilee pioceRslon In London
he was one or tho escort oT princes.
Ho rode In the second line. Directly
in fiont of him wero liN imperial
brother, now tho German Emperor:
the Prince or Wales, now King of
England, nnd the Grand Duko Scrglus
of nussla. Abreast ot Prince Henry
rode Prince George of Wnics, and tho
Hereditary Grand Duko of Hesse.
Two months nfter his wedding
Prince Heniy became a commander
In the German navy, nnd uurlng tho
years following he has been almost
continually at sea. in fact, ot all the
naval commanders ot tho German
fleet ho Is said to oo almost the only
one who has been In practically con
tinuous service on the deck ol.a ship
of war Blnce tho yenr lfct)2.
Prince Henry became an internation
al figure, In whom the world took a
decided Interest, when m tho winter
or lk!7 Emperor William announced
that his brother, now nn Admiral,
would be pent in command of a squad
ron to look moro carefully after tho j
I Interests of Germany in Chinese wn-
,crs' 1)lvcrs comments, some of them f
uermanys occupation of KinoChou
Day. following upon the murder by
Chinese of two German missionaries,
had stirred tho diplomacy of Europo
miinur iiespnicneii irom Kiel Ills iron
clad squadron, under the Prince's com
mand, wero events that called for
Prince Henry's flagship was
DetitBchland. Tho Knlser himself nc-
companled his brother ns far as
Hendsburg nnd tho ship's departuro
from Kiel was witnessed fiom tho
castlo windows by tho Princess Henry
and her children. At tho banquet on
the evening preceding tho fleet's do-
parture tho Kmpcror had addressed
to his brother words tnat wero read
y "" ""stonilom. He Bpoko of tho
death ot the German missionaries nnd
Bald In concluding n spirited address:
"Mny our countrymen abroad bo
firmly convinced, whether priests or
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merchants, whatever their occupation,
that the protection of tho German Em
pire, as represented by tho imperial
ships, will bo efficaciously extended to
them. Should any one ever nltcmpt
to nffiont or prejudice us in our good
rights, then strike out with your mail
ed fist and, (!od willing, weave around
your young brow the laurel wreath,
which no ono In the German Empire
will begrudge you." The Emperor
then drank Prince Henry's health.
Arriving at KlaoChou in the spring
of 1S9S, Prince Henry went thence to
Peking, where a brilliant olllelal re
i option awaited nlin, and the Chinese
government made everj possible effort
to appease the dreaded wrath of Gcr
many's "War Lord." Henry enjoyed
the i arc distinction of being th onl)
foreign Prlnco ever nonored with a
personal audience by the Empeior nnd
Empress Dowager of China. Dcscrlh
lug the honors showered upon him
Prince Henry said afterward'
"Tho entire trtp between Tnku and
Peking resembled a triumphal Jour
ney. Our train was festooned with
boughs nnd flowers; every station wo
passed was profanely decorated with
flags; tho Emperor's brother awaited
me at the stntlon and received me as
I stopped fiom the railway carriage
Just nt this time the United States
bad gono to war w Ith Spain ami Dewey
had annihilated the Spanish squadron
In Manila Day, a Gel man vessel, which,
ruilously enough, was named tho
Irene, tho name also of tho Princess
Henry, nearly caused an unpleasant
Incident between the Prince nnd tho
hero of Mnnlln. It was chaiged that
the Irene had given aid to sumo Span
lards at Sublg Day. Prlnco Henry'
however, replied that the Irene had
merely taken oft somo women and
children who were in distress, and
that their removal "was etlected from
motives or humanity and with n strict
obsenanco or the rules of neutrality.
What was known ns "tho Irene Incl
dent" ended without bloodshed, ns did
Dewey's controversy with tno German
Admiral on I)leder,chs, whom Prince
Prlnco Henry has often been a con
splcuuus figure at the launching of
Get man and other vessels. In 1S99,
bi-rore he left China, he attended, as
a guest, the launching of n trading ves
set. A plank roll from the inrtcrs ot
n shed under which the royal German
guest was standing, inflicting upon
the Prince s scalp an ugly flesh wound.
Tho Knlser's brother has all a sail
or's usual fondness for four-Tooted
pots. A famous brown benr, known
as Master Pctz, was his girt to tho
warship Oldenburg, and for a time the
beast was regarded as a sort or Im
perlal mascot. Dut Druln ripped
thlngH up and made such endless trou
bio that tho Oldenburg s officers Anal
ly sent htm ashore to tho keepers ot
tho Werstpark. of Kiel. There Mas
ter Drown Dear was put In a pit with
a black bear from Japan. The two
were falily good friends until ono day
when tho Japanese benr was asleep,
a small ladder fell and hit him a smart
blow on tho back. Tho black bear
nwoko with a savago growl, and, tak-
Ing It for granted that tho brown fol-
low had hit Mm, ne Bclzed Master
Pctz by tlio throat and soon choked
him to death, Just as though ho had
been some vulgar plebeian and not a
former pensioner of the 'Emperor's
DItOP IN THE BUCKET."
Photo by ndnisor, Dcs Mulncs,
LESLIE M. SHAW, NEW TREASURY HEAD.
Leslie M Shaw who succeeds Mr (luge iih secretary of the treasury, Is
Just finishing u term iih governor of lown He wiih lioru In a log house In
Vermont, winked his way timing)! college, Kettled In Iowa mid attracted
national attention by speeches umdc dining the campaign of lliuu In defenio
of the gold standard, ,
Governor Leslie M. Shaw of Iowa, address his fellow-cltlzens he talked
recently chosen by President lloose- as ono of them. Though Intensely In
volt to be Secretary of tho Treasury,' earnest, his humor and his ingenious
Issued two Thanksgiving proclama- similes drawn from everyday affairs
tlons last ear; ono for the Stnte nnd Illumined his nrguments nnd cavo
ono for n little nine-year-old girl llv-l
Ing In the northwestern part or Iowa,
In a country town.
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i iun--iiiui nn imsiiy engaged state,
one morning, a few daysafter Thanks-1 -it R not at nil exnggeratm.; to say
giving Day, assenting and answering that one of the most potent, if not tho
matters of his four years of adnilnls-' most potent, factors In arresting tho
tratlon, when ho opened and read the' silver movemen In tho West was theso
following letter: homely Illustrations, which Mr. Shaw
Governor L. M. Shnw. Des Moines, In. j used with simple but compelling do
Dear Governor: Please can WG.oiienco. He will know what ho was
have another Thanksgiving Day and,
have It next Thursday? 1 vyis sick
and could not ent any turkey or any
good things. I ain't very big. but I
line turkey. Please let us have It..
Your friend, MAIIY -
Governor Shnw rend tho letter over
twice, and then, calling a messenger,
"Hilly, go down town nnd buy tho
biggest and fattest turkey you can
got and express It, together with a
lot ot cranberries and celery nnd all
sorts or Thnnksglvlng goodies, to this
His Second Proclamation.
And then the Governor dictated to
his stenographer his second Thanks
giving proclamation for PJ01, as fol
lows: "Having been lnformnd thnt Mary
. of , lown, was III on the
28th day of November, 1901, and was
thus prevented from Joining in tho fes
tivities Incident to Thanksgiving Day,
I thercforo recommend thnt at a con
venient hour on Monday, December 9,
1901, Mr. and Mrs. , together with
their family and such young friends ns
Mnry may choose to Invite, nssemble
In the family dining room, nnd thero
with henrts full or thankriilncss lor
country, ror home, nnd for the blessed
Influence of children, pnrtako or such
bounties ns aro usually served In
Christian America on tho day appoint
ed for National Thanksgiving, and that
especial attention be given that Mary
shall bo bountifully supplied with
such portions of tTio Natlonnl bird,
and with such other delicacies, as are
most congenial to her.
"(Signed) L. M. SHAW,
"Governor of lown.
"Tills sixth dny of December. 1901
PrlemTs of the newly nppolnted Sec
retary say that ho has many Lincoln
like qualities, not tho least of which
Is his ability to weavo homespun lilus
tratlons and metaphois Into his public
Checks the Silver Movement.
Mr. George E, Itoberts, Director of
the Mint, who, nt tho time of Mr.
Shaw's emergence Into prominence.
ears ago, was a newspnpor cifor In
Iowa, delights to leeall these speeches,
which, ns Is generally conceded, had
much to do with effecting tho general
triumph of the "sound money" move
ment. "Hy tho time Shaw had made twen
ty addresses his fame had Bpread
throughout Iowa," said Mr. Roberts.
"HIb long experience as a Jury lawyer
had given him an Insight Into all
classes of society. He know the hab
its of the farmers for he had lived
their llfo and had traded with them;
paying his 'way through college, In
fact, by selling them fruit trees. Ab
a banker he had studied their needs.
And when be lose out of private life to
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ADVANCE SPRING SALE
toodsTonsUUng of "" W '" "" t0 "' puW,B 0Ur noW Ilne of BprlnB
COLLARS. CUFFS, SHIRTS, NECK
WEAR, HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR,
as well as many other specialties.
CALL AND SHE THEM.
tR,m a carrying power tint drovo
them home. Somo of his off-hand
sayings became party cries In our
talking nbout, too. for It was about
twenty years ago that ho wrought tho
financial salvation of Iowa,
Loans Money to Farmers.
"At that time tho farmers of tho
Stnto wero struggling. They lacked
money for tho proper equipment of
their farms. They needed barns and
horses and Implements, but they could
not borrow money In Iowa except at
excessive rates ot Interest. Mr. Shaw
had faith In the country and ho Jour
neyed to his old homo In Darlington,
Vermont, and intcrestcu a prominent
banker there, inducing that capitalist
to accompany him to Iowa.
"Arrived there, Mr. Shaw drovo tho
banker from farm to farm, Interview
ing tho owners nnd pointing out tho
possibilities of tho country. Tho re
sult was that the man of finance loan
ed hundreds of thousands of dollars to
"Most of these debts," continued
Mr. Roberts, "had been repaid nnd
tho farms wero beginning to blossom
with prosperity when tho silver lend
ers started their propaganda. It was
a movement that Mr. Shaw felt It his
duty to opposo.
"Ho toured Hio State, making
speeches against Ireo Bllvcr. Ho did
not oppress his hearers with conven
tional statistics; but If, for examplo,
ho wished to convey an Idea of tho
great volume ot sliver tho Government
nctually buys, ho would glvo tho di
mensions or a corn-crib which would
te required to hold It.
Don't Drop the Monkey Wrench.
"Tho one Baying of his that most of-
fcctlvely checked tno efforts of tho
silver leaders occurred In n speech In
which ho had been dwelling upon
Iowa's growth Into prosperity, and on
how, in his opinion, that prosperity
would bo ruined by a disturbance of
the monetary standard.
" 'You havo plowed arid planted,' he
said to tho farmers, 'and you nro
abou to seo your years of effort
clowned with abundant success. And
now, ns you nro about to reap your
haivfst. I plead with you as good and
patilotlc citizens, nnd as sensible
farmers, not to diop n monkey-wrench
Into tho threshlng-iiinchlno!'
The effect of this," added Mr. Rob
erts, "was Instantaneous. Every
wheat grower In his nudlcnce had ex
perienced tho exasperating delay and
expenso caused by a wrench or ham
mer or other Implement falling Into
tho grain separator, and tho expres
sion, 'Don't drop a monkey-wrench In
to tho threshing machine,' becamo a
shibboleth of tho campaign through
"And when tho noxt year tho peoplo
camo to choose a Governor, Shaw was
tho man selected, although ho had
never before held ofllco of any char-
Lines of TraveL
m a KfiirH4yry
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The 11115 P.M from Palama for Punahou only cx
to Walklil on Saturday!.
Can leave Fori and King ttreeta corner lot Rllle
Range at , to and V)o A.M.
Cart leave Fort and gin; ttreett corner for Walklkl
at 6 os A.M. and every m mlnutct fill 10 03P. M, then tt
io.jj and 11:0s P.M. The 11 1JP.M. eoet Io Walklkl
nn Saturdaya only.
I1ERETANIA STREET AND 1'IJUAN'J VAtLEY.
Can leave Punahou Still for Town at j and
for Town and Valley at s 40 s 50 6 10 Vto 6 40 1 and
Cart leave Oahu College for town and Valley at
6.jo 6 50 and :io A.M and ever) 10 minora till 10 10
P.M. except the even hour and half, hour cart which
run from the Stable
Can leave Nuuanu Valley at 6 10 6:30 6:50 A.M and
every to minutes thereafter till to so P.M.
Cart leave Fort and Queen ttreett for Punahou
College at 6os6.tj6 4SAM and every 10 mlnutct
after till 0 4) P.M. AJDer that the cart run to the
Stable up 10 11 soP.M, which It the laitcar from Town,
reaching IheSlable atn:op.M.
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKErCUA, - HAWAII
J. G. HENRIQUES, PROP.
Horsed and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance Is offered for
8EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet tho S. S. llauna ixj
tt Kallua and take passengers overland
to Hookena, 'where the steamer la met
O, R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 1899.
STATIONS. OAILY DAILY
(Outward) ei. Sun. DAllv ex. Sun daily daily
A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. P M.
Honolulu .... ?:io g ti n;os 3.1s s.i
Pearl City. .. So) 48 11.40 1-47 J so
Ewa Mill... . 8)) 1008 1100 40s i.io
Walanat 10 so e4S ....
Walalua 11.5$ .,.;. 540 ....
Kahuku !) 6:15 ,,,,
(Inward) ei. Sun. daily daily daily
A.M. A.M. P.M P.M.
Kahuku j. is .... ec.5
Walalua 6.10 so
Walanae t.10 . .. J.JS
iw,J!!! J'S J i:os 4:1a
Pearl City (.is 801 t:jo e:st
Honolulu 6 jo 8.H )oj ;i
F C. SMITH, Gen'l Pass. & Ticket Agt.
O. P. DEN18QN. Superintendent
Chlnesejind Japanese Firms.
Kahikinni Meat Market
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
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-
tlona a Specialty.
229 King 8t., between River 8t. and
R. R. Depot.
Fine English and American Goods
65 Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
1 O DO9i.
TEl wmn 01
King Street Near Nuuanu.
FIRST-CLA88 MEAL8 SERVED
AT ALL HOURS.
Cheapest Good Meal in Town, 1
j i'.j. jwjnr -.