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SUNDAY BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., SUNDAY, KEMiUAIlY 16, 1902.
Agents, Brokers and Jobber.
ALEXANDER & BALDWlls.Ltd
II V Ilaldwln President
J U Castle.... Flnt Vlco President
W. M. Alcxnnder Second Vlco Pros.
J P. Cooko Treasurer
W O Smith . Secretary
Hco II. Carter Auditor
Sugar factors and
AOKNT9 for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co , Haiku Sugar Co Pala Plan
tatlon Co, Nahlkti Sugar Co, Klhci
Plantation Co, Hawaiian 8ugar Co,
Kahulul Ilallroad Co and
The California and Oriental S, S, Co
W. G. Irwin & Co.
AC1ENTS FOR j
Western Sugar Refinery Company of
Baldwin LocomotUe Works of Plilla
dclpbla, Pa , U S. A.
Newell Universal Milt Co (National
Cano Shrcdder).New York, USA.
N. Ohlandt tc. Co s Chemical Fcrtlll-
Alex. Cross & Sons' high grade Fertl
lizers for Cano and Cotlee.
Heed's Steam I'lpo Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE
Parafflno Paint Co 's P & 11 Paints and
Papers; I.ucol and Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled,
lndurlne (a cold water pulnt), In white
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd
:: Sugar Factors
The Ewa Plantation Co
Tho Walalua Agricultural Co, Ltd
Tho Kohala Sugar Co
Tho Walmea Sugar Mill Co
Tho Fulton Iron Works. St l-ouis, Mo
Tho Standard Oil Co.
The Oeo. F Make Steam Pumps
Tho New England Llfo Insurance Co
Tho Aetna Flro Ins Co of Hartford,
The Alllanco Assurance Co. of London
LIFE and FIRE
Insurance - Agents
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
SURANCE CO. OF BOSTON.
AETNA FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY OF HARTFORD.
Wm. G. Irwin & Co
Wm O. Irwin President and Munlger
Claus Spreckels .. Vlco President
W, M. Olffard Second Vlco President
H. M. Whitney Jr Treas and 8oc.
Oeo. J. Ross... ... Auditor
AOENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO. CAI.
C. Brewer & Co., L'd.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agrleultuiul Co OcAula
Sugar Plant Co , Onomea Su ;ar Co ,
Honorau Sugar Co , Walluku Sugar Co
Makeo Sugar Co Half ukala Ranch Co ,
Tho Planters' Lino of San Francisco,
Packet; Chas Hrower & Co 'a Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS
C II Cooko, President, George
Robertson, Manager, E F Illshop
Treasurer nnd Setrutary, Col W F
Alltn, Auditor; P C Jones, II Wa
terbouso and Geo R Carter, Directors
THE VON HAMM-YOUIIG CO '
Queen Street, - Honolulu
Tho Lancashire Insurance) Co
Tho Daloiso Insurance Co.
Union Gass Engine Co
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc
General Manager of
THE EQUITADLC LIFE
Of tho United States for the
Hawaiian Islands ...
OFFICE, Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Pensylvania Fire Insurance
Clmu. T. Wilder,
The Btorm had lasted for a week,
and tho crow of the Urltomartc were
worn out with tho long drawn fight
against tho fury of tho elements It
had been n frightful storm ecn for
tho maddened Pacific. Only that vcrj
morning the Urltomartc had been fly
ing before a gtle, in tho teeth of a fu
rlous sea, and a man had been blown
from the rigging beforo his mates had
noticed his disappearance Up nnd
down, up nnd down, writhing, strain
Ing, wrenching, but holding staunch,
the brao little ernft had weathered It
out, tearing away through crests of
foam and shipping sea after sea that
made her stagger again, like a sentient
thing fighting for life. Hut tho stress
and the storm and the struggle nero
over The captain had left tho deck
I for an hour or so of dlrcly needed
sleep, and as he went below his daugh
ter came up after a week's immure
mont for a breath of the pure, balmy
Pti) Ills Mtnjn Ib a beautiful
of eighteen years of age In
moonlight her beauty of face
form are i nhanced a thousand fold And
so, doubtless, thinks tho officer of tho
watih, Philip Leppard, first male of
tho Ilritomarte. an elegant, smooth,
tireless, nglle, handsome man, perhaps
a dozen jcars the girl's senior. This
man is n self worshipper that Is all'
He recognizes several Important facts
He knows that few among mm ever
met 1) Ih Ills Meivjii are his equal,
em.e-r ... K.. ...OKI or e.e.er u.a....
He knows also that the cnptaln (who
Is llki wise owner and shipper of tho
iargo) has no other heir than this
beautiful girl prize enough In her
mcro lowliness fur any mans cap
Ho would have taken 'lolll"
eied with a shilling, but lh)l
lis, the assured heiress of wealthy
Captain Mcrvn, was none the worse
for her proBpectlvo fortune
The girl Is leaning over the taffrall,
azlng Idly Into the water Hardly n
sound Is made on the poop but the foot
fall of the mate, pacing the deck with
the regulation step, or tho Birewplng
of the steeling gear as the man at the
wheel keeps tho vessel's head to her
proscribed course Tho flgtiro of
somcono looms Indistinctly In the
bows He Is asleep but the mate Is
otcupled watching the Kill Leppard
makes same remark about tho beauty
of tho night and the discomfort of the
past storm The girl answeis dream
My half dazed with long nights of l.ippanl dashes foiward with the Pal"ed haste his cracked lips Into the
sleep withheld She Is jeainlng to spring c.r a panthei 1'hjllls Meivjn ""'" ' l refreshed
sleep now, but the stuffj-, loathsome clutches the InfTiall with bewlldeied J,l8t " "t,,p ,,c ,r,wl ,0 B,Bml un
horror nf "below." the L-mnnlmr nml tniini n ili inninln xuiiox liiirrvltin light, and tottered forward like n
crtaklng of ribs nnd planks, the mo
notonous swish of misspent waves the
nbsenco of human sound all these
conspire to keep her on deck, fighting
with stubborn resistance against tin
allurements of slumber
'Oh' Mister Leppard wasnt it tc i
Hide'' ,nd It wns so close and dark
down lu the tubln It was the wietch
edutss' No ' I don't think I whs
afraid' Papa and jou and Mr Still
glss did evcrj thing jou could, I am
sure And I nm so terribly sleepy, and
weary and all that, but I don't be
lieve I dare face that awful cabin
Elght bells' All's well'
The man at the wheel twilled
In iIpiiiiiiiiIIiib nil iiiviMIi, itlnil eif Lis . oiutiu t lit the Imtlle of Mill.
cwl Lew Wallace ..vpuis t .Inn the wij for u i rushing insw i u .
irltlclsmsof bis wnrii.oiil wlii. b weie revived elm lug u leeeut mie. n oi IU
'.oeletj of tin Ami of lb. 1 ism 1 be dispute l un nl.l .mi
With the. Uomocratlc iart in half n
dozen Southern States lU'.ii-itdlnf; uiion
tho forbearance of tho Hopulillc an par
ly for It a ri'iiri'tsentntlon In CoiiKress,
no may look for Boino very curious
manlfeHtatlons of Democracy in thai
quarter. Chicago Chronicle (I)um)
The IlritiHh Consul General at M cull
ed reports that tho Persian ladles are
I adopting tho English stylo of dress,
nnd that all nrtlclea of la.tlcs' clothing
aro In great demand there.
an Island in the
spokes through his great brown hands
as the wind shifted n point, and then
glowered hungrily towards tho twain,
whose pose was momentarily growing
moro lover like, Tho taffrall, not for
tho first time, was becoming an altar
to Cupid. The man at tho wheel was
a giant. A sudden lifting of his
broad face in a splash of moonlight ro-
vealed a touch of tho tarbrush that
attested to at least ono African for-
bear. Ho was unspeakably ugly, low-
browed, thick lipped, rcpulsle. Hut
his form was the form of a Hercules,
Ills head was clustered over with
thick, crisp curia, and his broad, hairy
chest wns open to tho night breeze.
."The dangers of a sea life," Lep-
rarj ng whispering to the girl, "wcro
nocr meant for such as you. Your
father should not let jou risk all the
hazards of a sailor's calling Surely
u n tempting "
,.No , Mr ,.cwmu" ,. Ul0
girl "I rannot bear separation from
papa it was different when my dear'
mamma was alive I didn't renllze,
then, what It all meant papa being
nwn frnm IIS. tttlt now. ntlW I (litre
llol Iot Mnl KO t0 Foa by i,mgt)r The
enRt breezo of a nt(.ht tmo ,mt8 nlB ln
n tremble for his safetj."
"Hut he would lenve the tea," ton
tinned Leppard, his volte sinking so
low as to bo barely audible "When
jou marrj some d.i for Instance,
lie could lemaln at home with jou "
"All." said the girl, "jou do not
know papa Ho would never give up
this life' Ntvei'"
cinsW A shock that sends a shlv-
ei tluough the ship Tho sleeper at
the lookout Is thoroughly awake now.
The man at the wheel Instlnrtlvely
spins the spokes tluough Ills' glowing
hands striving to nut the shin about
up the eompanloiiwaj, and the watch,
half dazed with limit sleep, stumble
to their stations
Another crash' and the ship stops
dead und trembles All sail be ing set,
tho ilritomarte begins to roll He
uenth her haws seethes and curdles
llko enided wool the white line of
hreakeis Sea uftei pea Ineuk over
her and men rush madly to the boatr
IJow he got there lie
but he Is on solid laud
paid had but one thought when tho
Ilrltuinaite wns swlftl) bieaklng up
He saw oulj that flguie. In her soft,
white, clinging dress, with her terrl
fled clutch on the taffrall Now he
remembers dashing towards hei,
'That joung widow Is always mj
pleuHant There's nothing llku lmint;
a linppy disposition "
"No, but Hit re's such a thing as cur
rylng a happy disposition too far "
"Yes, for Instance, when ono lauglia
at one's husband's funeral " I'hlladcl
Suliwrilio for tho WEEKLY
BULLE'ulJr, only $1 k.t annum,
Experience on Her Wealthy
Vessel With Officer and
FRED. J. BROOMFIELD.)
snatchlng her In his arms, plunging
Into tho sea, holding her fiercely, bat-
lllng, struggling, fighting llko a ma-1
nine, llko a freebooter guarding his!
loot, crashed, bruised, battered, whirl
ed, and tossed ns a cork, amid the
angry breakers. He docs not know
that tho girl was swept from his arms
Into those of another, a swimmer
stronger thnn hlmBclf. Ho docs not
know that he was left to drown as
worst ho might, and that tho man at
the wheel it was who had rescued
Phyllis Mcrvyn, and had safely borne
her to land, Lcppard tried hard to re-
member, but his head swam, and
with a vain struggle for recollection
he fainted again.
Tho Btin was well up when Philip
Leppard floated back to consciousness
He moved his head painfully, and
opened his eves. All around him was
slrcwn w reckage-Bpars,
coop?, barrels what-not.
was very fierce. There wns no Bhcl
ter not even a shrub. Whereon he
lay there grew not a blade of grass
Hntwl tlinrn una hom.I mni-tulinrn .In..
ted and scored with spines nnd ridges
of roek ork ,,,, ,, nm,
breakers foaming ln white fringes out
senwardl Leppaid gnthered himself
together with pain, and crnwled over
the hot sand on his hands and knees,
tearing his brine crusted clothing,
wounding his flesh He sought wnter'
O' that quest' He felt that he must
have been searching for centuries,
with tho sun smiting down on his
back all the tlmo with veritable whips
of steel Leppard had forgotten thnt
I I'll) Ills Mcrvjn ever lived, or that be
had tried to Bavo her
At last he found a mouthful of
blackish liquid lu n little baslullkn
hollow of n rock, nnd dipped wl.h
diunkeii mnn Then he remembered
I'lijllls, and shnmblcel on to And her.
lint this time he had forgotten the
Urltomartc or her shlpwieek
I'lijllls wns asleep, or ln n swoon,
or had been stunned At nny rate
she gave no sign of consciousness The
giant placed her tendcrl) down, and
then went to n higher part of the
lie lie I. nnd collected
somo drj sea
nnko a bed fen
weed, wherewith to inn
Her to He upon He gathered sonic
wreckage also, and erected n sholtei
Mh.oi ,...- ,.., ,.i-.,- m-u- ru....- n
stlntts of gnllantrj In this Caliban
Foi tune favois the brave sometimes
Hard bj the place at which ho had
landed "Tiger" descried a boat, par
'PRIVATE LIFE OF THE
SULTAN OF TURKEY
(Continued fiom Page) 9)
ed to them, nnd nn aide decamp of the
Sultan convejs to thtm the Impeilni
compliments Again, nt tin h dcpait
uie fiom Constantinople n fml Mew
of which has been facilitated by nn
order from tho palate General Schek
er-Aluued Pasha prest nts them with
TuiMsh sweetmeats, cigarettes ete
ns soii'ciilrs of his Majesty And the
visitors go uwo) delighted with their
visit convinced that the Sultan Is n
most nlTablu and courteous pi into
and that the compIa!nt3 of Europe
are entludy unjustified.
Likes Pretty and Graceful Women.
It is natural to suppose that thn
Sultun possessing so well populated
a seiagllo, would be the father of a
iiiimeious fnniil) but such is not the
inje Tho number of his ehllditn Is
relatively small nttuallj onlj thlr
bdul flamld piefers piettj nn .
'rueful women to those of icgiilni
mid striking beauty
In tills his taste dlffeis from that
en mrmt Ortmitnlu. wlin 1inw. n iirmllli.f
tlein tor majestic and heavy forms The
Siillnn Is feared lather than loved bv
un UIIUIIBI.I.I.-I IIU IB, liuwivt'l, n.llll
and attentive to them whtn his mind.
I. nm,n ,-., ,, ,,. ...i
is temporarily frco from Its usual
anxieties nnd worries, nnd at sue li
times lie has eeu slice et .led in Inspir
ing soraci of them with feelings of af
fection At times ho condescends to
cute i into conversation with his favor
Ilea with whom he has no difficulty in
passing for a man of great brilliancy
They nro all densely Ignorant women,
and tho superficial education they
have received renders them childishly i
naive Ho entertains them with tho
political news and gossip of tho day,
and tells them anecdotes -of foreign
courts, of which ho Is very fond him-
' AMLh. . .t.v.,., .hu. Itmitmisj
tlally stove In. It contained edibles.
sadly soaked with salt water; but
after much rummaging nnd Inflnlto
pains sufficiently dry biscuit was oh-
tnlned to furnish forth a meal by
Bcraplng the soddened surfaco away
with a sheath knife. A flro was a mat
ter moro difficult, for broken cases
and spars wero too big for Ignition.
Hut tho patient "Tiger" managed oven
this, tearing off, with his huge, claw
like fingers, tho splinters from rock-
crashed barrel staves. Then he, too,
like Leppard, set out on a quest for
fresh water. Hut tho semi savago sea
man knew much mora of natural loro
than tho educated officer, and succeed
ed in his mission In just half the time.
Phyllis remain unconscious and
the day woro oni
The Island was a mere rlelgo, some
three miles In length, In no placo
more than a mile in width. The
wreckage floated from the broken ship
and struck on tho point whereupon
Leppard had landed. Most of It drift
ed thence, to be washed nshoro at the
very feet of tho giant, who, with Inde
fatigable labor, dragged each piece
within his strength to a spot out of
reach of the high tides Tho sea was
very smooth now; and "Tigor," with
fierce patience worked at the boat
with his sheath knife and an iron
winch torn from a plete of wreckage
Half the Hiltomaito still rocked to
and fio in Its coral crndle, but if any.
thing wns to be got from tho wreck It
must bo got nt onto Thcro were no
Intk of barrel stavts, but ho had no
nails, and tho boat's lotker had been
stove ln Uj dint of tjlng nnd splic
ing bits of flotsamtd ropo and cordage
he managed with n squaro of canvas
to lace a patch over tbo breach In the
boat's side Oars, among other tim
bers, la) about tho heath, and leaving
the unconscious girl behind "Tiger
put off to tho wreck. Ile'madc several
trips quite easily and safely, and tea
cued clothes, food, tools, utensils, and
(grentest prize of all) somo barrets of
fresh water. At length even the
gluut's stienglh began to fall him and
the last trip was made.
the sun was lapldlj westering It
Just trembled on the ilr.i now, lud a
blood Hush filled the skj with -vnth
fill premonition of a storm. 'Tiger
,snt by his file, grilling some chip's
pork em the embers
now and then
(nstlng a glante at the recumbent tig-
uie of tho girl Presently a (tone
lolled down tho rlilge, dislodged by a
stumbling foot, nnd a man follow.-.!
...,. sicme paiiiciuiij limping, mggar.I,
exhausted It was Leopard' Tin
giant glared up suddenly, angrily,
ejaculating" a string of roarso idtlW.
Leppaid tottered forward and fell lu.
- M - 4..H. - . 4H-
l'licto by Naiarz Pnrit
JULES VERNE. WHO HAS BECOME ALMOST COMPLETELY
In., u , -, ,1 !
n",c h,s e. .'"ku'iu, "';!"'.' "'.T,1 """", 1'1""1 '" '"" l""" '" Am,cn
... ?.' ., . ..".. K.""u".r,om 'lliU''t.v.sr..i ulemstlrae 'Ihogreul
llT 1. "f,"1""1" '". """.'" "lH Ht'U'"'J ""' "" "' ' li't CMPrS his
self, and this Is the only Idea of his
tory they possess When thu Valldo
Sultana received In her prlvato apart
ments tho impress of Germany she
expected that hei visitor would mere
ly kiss her hand respectfully When
tho nmpress shook hands, the Valldo
appeared greatly annoyed, and after
tho reception remarked to tho women
of her sulto that tho foreign Sovorelgn
was "111 bred."
a fainting heap on tho beach With
many a bcowI "Tiger" dashed water
Into tho mate's face, gavo him to
drink, fed him when ho was rovlvcd,
nnd put him to bed on somo dry sea
Tho storm came down In tho night.
Tho wind raged across tho Island. Tho
waves beat furiously on tho rocks. No
ono of tho three shipwrecked souls
heard It. "Tiger" slept by habit, any
where, anyhow. Leppard was utterly
worn out. Phyllis had never regained
consciousness since tho night of tho
When the morning dawned the Hrlt
omarte had disappeared. Tho giant
awoke to the warm caress of tho
sun, and looked across tho llttlo bay
to where the ship had struck. Lep
pard awoke .also presently, refreshed
and Invigorated. Tho girl never mov
ed I A breakfast of grilled pork wash
ed down with rum and water mado a
new man of the mate, who uncon
sciously resumed tho old tone of com
mand, which was his second nature.
Discipline Is a wonderful thing. "Ti
gor," accustomed to obedience, drifted
back over tho Intervening hours, from
governor general of his island to a
mcro deck band. Leppard had not
seen the girl! She had been "Tiger's"
first concern, but he feared to wake
her. His knowledge had never stray
ed Into medical paths. He touched
his forelock to Leppard a quaint ro
minder of their former relative posi
tions Then he said, qulto humbly,
and pointing to the recumbent figure
In the lee of the rude shelter
"There's the lady, sir Sho's novcr
moved since "
"You hound' You blackhearted
ulgger. If jou have touched a hair of
her head by heaven, I'll kill jou!"
'Tiger" was no Galahad of gilt
print romance Ho was no gentleman
of questionable morals and Immacu
late manners Ho took, simply, what
the gods his gods gavo him. Phjl
lis was his, and never should sho he
long to the other man Flotsam is
the propei ty of the king Ho scowled
and roared. The barely reasserted
discipline went flying by the board
'1 saved her didn't I I saved you,
jou hulking thief. I fed jou and
nursed you last night, when the Devil,
jour father, meant you to dlo and go
back to him I touch a hnlr of her
head' What If I do? I'll work for
her. and fend her. and lovo her Do
)ou hear, you while llv creel gentle
man? I.ove her! You shall bo tho
slave' You shall fetch and enrry
ion call me a hound, a hound' You
are a cur' Listen a cur, and you
shall have cur's wages kicks and
Leppard ran backward, up to tho
beach, and snatched up a boat's tiller
He was no coward, and ho resolved
to do blood stained battle for tho girl
against the giant. Hut "Tiger" was
too qultk for him Even as the mate
stooped to pick up ills weapon, tho
hatchet, with which the giant had
.been feeellng the fire, came hurtling
through the air
Leppard fell, ciash
Ing forward with two Inches of deftly.
tin own steel in his skull
The giant's laugh ioare.1 out ovel
And the glil awoke'
Theie were now two on tho Island
'"''" '"' lll,lllt"' "I" l"10"" to
Worth Striving For.
In oernliig a ftist pil?e of $100,000
for an aerial competition to held In
1903 the executive tommltteo of the
Louisiana Purchase) Centennial Uxpo
Bltlon has, naturally enough, atttactcd
tho attention of the wholo world
Novor beforo has such a prize been
mado to Inventors of airships by elth
er public or prlvato muniaccnce.St
Lines of IraveL
ICROS3 TUB CONTINENT FHOM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
felr THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York,
finnan Palace Bleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Barber
aop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
I U. LOTIIROP, General Agent
IK Third street, Portland, Oregon.
1. W. HITCHCOCK, denoral Agent,
Ho, 1 Montgomery St., Ban Francisco.
I. L. LOMAX, O. P. ft T. A.,
1471 Omaha, Nebraska.
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KINO STREET LINB.
Ctrl Ittri Walklkt lor town it s ei. 6 15, e 45 A M
tod tYtry isnloutfflthrtfttr till 1041, iii$ and
IIJJPM. Iron Wtlklkl ro to tht ftjTUbou SllblM
Cart tttvt R Rtofc-t or Ptwtt twltcb for town at
I A . and tvtry 11 enlnulflltitrtilurllll iixIp.m,
Ctrl Itart Fort and Klnr ttmlt conur for Palana
to 10 AM. ant tvery 1) Blnuut alttf tilt III)
Carl Itara for Ptllmt only at t and j so A M.
Cart Itavt Pittmi for Wtlklkfs 4 A m. and tvtrr
H nlnirtal lilt 0 41 r M , than at 10 .) and 10 e ft"..
Tnauii' A Iron Ptltna lor Punahou only text
Cut luvt Fort and Klnf ttrwttcorntr lot Klllt
Rtntt it 1 to and uil,
-au itara fori and Klnf ttrMtl corntr lor Wtlklkl
tt6oA M. tnd tvtry 11 nlnulti till 1001P.M than tt
10 y aod 11 os p M. Tbt tt P M. coti to Wtlklkl
on btrordayi only.
BERETANIA STREET AND t'UUANU VALLEY.
Can Ictvt Punthou Subk for Town at j j tnJ
for Town aol Vallty t 3 40 s $ 6 10 to 6jo 7 ael
Can Itavt OahuCollr forlown and Vatleyat
6 6 so an4 9 10 A M and avtrj 10 nlnuui till io-io
p.m aicapttbttvtn hour and half, hour cart which
run from tho Stablo
Cart Itavt Nuuanu Valley at 6 10 6 )o 6 o A,M and
avtry 10 mlnutti theraafttr till 10 jo p m
Cars ttavt Fort and Quctn atrctts for Punahou
Colter at 6 oj 6 tj 6 4$ A m and tvtry 10 mlnutct
(trtlllg4jr m. After that tht cart run to tht
SUbttuptoit sop.m, which U tht lastcar Iroa Town,
rtachlm tht Stable at 11 )op M
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. IIENRIQUEB, TROP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance Is offered for
8EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Jlauna u4
it Kallua and take passengers overland
to Hookena, 'where the steamer Is met
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January L 1899.
STATIONS DAILY DAIIY
(Outward) ti. Sun daily ti Sun daily daily
nn. nn. am pm rn
DAILY DAILY DAILY
AM PM PA.
EaraMlll i u
PtarlClly 6 ij
Honolulu .,,. 6 to
F a SMITH, Qen'l Pass. & Ticket Agt.
u. f. UBNiaoN. Buperlntendent
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Kabikioni Meat Market
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Oeretanla Street, Corner Alakea,
'Phone Dlue 2511.
ALSO AT TUB
MEAT 8TALL8 19 AND 20.
SING CHAN CO.
Hardware, Tinware, Glassware
and Carriage Goods, Etc., Etc.
and Sewer Connec
tions a Specialty.
229 Klna St., between River St. and
R. R. Depot
Fine English and American Goods
6; Hotel street, und
Hotel near Nuuanu
P O. BOXgftl.
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