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8UNDA1 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T SUNDAY, MARCH 23, 1002.
Ccn. Hughes, who has just re-
turned from tho Philippines aft '
er a long Btay, will tell ou that
a tlmplo private on sentry tint
Is, for tho time being, a greater
man than the wearer of stars.
Anil he learned this from an
Irish prhate of the volunteers.
The soldier was guardian oer
a captured Spanish storehouse,
and ho had orders to pass no
one without a special order from
the Provost Marshal of Manila,
which position Gen. Tlughes at
that time held. When tho Pro
vost Marshal drew near the
storehouse he bcamo suddenly
aware that If he persisted In
moving forward ho would Im
pale himself on a triangular
"Halt!" cried a voice In rich
brogue. "You can't go In there "
"Why not?" asked tho Gen
eral. "Nlvcr mind," replied the pri
vate. "I know me orders. You
can't go In there without a jnss
from the Provost Marshal."
"IJut I'm tho Provost Marshal
mvself," said Gen. Hughes.
"I don't care If jou'ro the Pres
ident. T)lll a foot do von set
InBldo till von show me a pass."
Tho General smiled, and
drawing a memorandum from
his poket, scribbled a few Unci
on a leaf. He handed this to the
1 "Very well, sor," said tho prl
, vate when ho had carefully po-
1 rused tho pass. "Hut why tho
dhll didn't J on do that In tho
first place" San Francisco
Cosy rooms In cottages
op main house with op
without - bonrtl, - all
home comfopts. I t I
L. H. DEE, Proprietor.
W. Deswlck, Manager.
Take the car to Walklkl.
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA. - HAWAII
J. Q. TTENRIQDES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance la offered (or
8EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the 8. 8. Mauna uua
at Kallua and take passengers overland
to Hookena, -where the steamer la met
Drays lor Freight
Our representative meets all incom
ing steamers from the Coast, and wt
check baggage on all outgoing steam
rs. While tod Black Sand For Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin, lit
King street Tel 86,
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When You Want a Rig
FUNG UP THH
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Stable 'Phoue, 109 Main.
Hark Stand, 'Phones 319 and 72
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Kahikioui Meat Market
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Beratanla Street, Corner AUkea.
'Phone Blue 2511.
ALSO AT THE
MEAT STALLS 19 AND 20.
Read the Bulletin. $1 per year.
Proposed Charters for
Draft of Charter for the City and County
of Honolulu Submitted to the
Duties of Auditor Carefully
Defined in Detail By Pro
posed Charter of
Differences of Opinions.
Financial Statements, Payment
of Warrants, Recognition
of Claims Arranged.
Sec. 82. The Auditor shall keep a
complete set of double-entry hooks In
which ho shall open or cause to bo
opened all city accounts and for the
Bcveral nmountB as shown by tho ap
propriation bill or any other appropria
tion that may be at any time made by
tho Board and he Bhall record his dally
business transactions In detail therein.
He shall also keep a ledger In which
lie shall open, arrange and keep In a
methodical nnd systematic manner tho
arlous department accounts so that
the status and condition of any appro
priation nnd the receipts and disburse
ments of the departments may at any
time be ascertained and known, and
further, he shall keep books to be
known as tho "warrant books" of dif
ferent colored paper or designs for
each separate department and bureau
and each containing warrants to be
numbered from ono up to the number
required for the current annual period,
and In tho form ns shown In scbedulo
II hereto annexed and all such other
auxiliary books as he may deem neces
sary for a correct and proper adminis
tration of his office Ho shall also
keep on flic In n convenient form for
easy reference all bills nnd vouchers
for which warrants have been drawn
by him and said bills and vouchers
shall have endorsed thereon the mini
ber of the warrant by which they were
paid, the date of the warrant, tho ap
propriatlon to which they were In
debted and the amount.
Statement of Warrants,
Sec S3 The Auditor Blmll send or
cause to bo sent to the 'treasurer at
or before tho end of each day on
which the audit office Is open for lusl
ness or oftcner If deemed best a state
ment of all warrants drawn by him
upon the treasurer during tho day In
the form of schedule C hereto an
Sec. 84. The Auditor upon receipt
by him of the returns required to be
furnished by public accountants re
celvlng or collecting moneys ns herein
after provided Bhall examine and com
pare the same with the cash received
und with tho nciompanylng vouchers
nnd documents. If any, and shall allow
and discharge every public accountant
for all sums Bhown to havo been by
him respectively received or collected
nnd duly paid Into tho Treasury and
shall disallow and surcharge such rub
lie accountants for nil sums wilfully
or negligently omitted to bo received
or collected by him which under any
law or regulation It was his duty to
receive or collect and all sums not
only duly paid In by him to tho credit
of the proper head of receipts In said
office and all such unsatisfied sur
charges shall bo by him enforced
against said public accountant.
Examination of Accounts.
Sec. 85. In the examination of all
city accounts and BtntemcntB anil all
other documents received as vouchers
or as subordinate vouchers, tho Audi
tor shall make such queries and obser
vatlons addressed to public account
ants, officers certifying accounts, or
persons In any way concerned with
the receipt or disbursement of tho
moneys or funds referred to In this
Act and shall call for such further ac
counts, vouchers, statements and ex
planations as he may think necessary
and after such queries and observa
tions have been answered nnd after
Btich further accounts and explanations
havo been rendered tho Auditor
shall disallow and surcharge all nums
not duly credited to the proper fund
and paid Into the Treasury and shall
disallow and surcharge all sums dis
bursed In excess or not duly vouched
and authorized, against such public ac
countants, officers certifying accounts
or other persons through whose de
fault such surcharges have arisen and
until such fallurn shall have been
made good to tho satisfaction of the
Auditor, all salary or other moneys
that may bo duo and payable to such
public accountant or other person
shall bo withheld.
Differences of Opinion.
Sec. 80. In enso of any question or
difference of opinion arising between
the Auditor and any heau of depart
ment or othor officer regarding the
proper appropriation to which nny
Item or amount of expense shall be
charged or nny other matter regarding
the construction of this Act or the au
thority vested In either of them by
said Act, and in all cases whore a sum
of money shall ho disallowed by the
AuJitor In consequence of the absence
of a written voucher or upon nn Im
perfect voucher or nn Incorrect certifi
cate or If nny person or public account
ont feel aggrieved by any decision of
the Auditor In the rejection or sur
charge of the returns or refusal to
approve or allow any demand pre
sented by Btich public accountant or
person, nny of tho parties concerned
may appeal from such decision to the
Justices of the Supreme Court, who
after such Investigation as shall by
them be considered equitable may
make such order directing the relief
of the nppellant In whole or In part as
shall appear to said Justices to bjc Just
and reasonable, and tho decision of tho
said Justices Bhall bo final and
binding upon all parties and
they shall govern themselves accord
Ingly. If the demand of the heads of
departments, bill, claim of any person
or the return of nny public accountant
bo approved, In whole or In part by
said Justices, they shall so endorse
their findings on the same and It shall
thereafter be presented to the AuJitor,
who Bhnll enter It In the proper book
In like manner as other demands and
endorsements must he made by tho
Auditor of Its having been so entered
before it can be paid.
Recognition of Claims.
Sec. 87. The Auditor shall not rec
ognize any claim of whatsoever nature
unless a written statement or voucher
be presented for tho same. No war-
rant shall he Issued In payment for
any claim except npon proper endorse
ment of such voucher, notwithstanding
any allegation of papers having been
lost or destrojed, or of the Impossibili
ty of obtaining tho prescribed vouch
er, so that it (ould not reasonably be
obtained, except upon application to
one of tho Justices of tho Supremo
Court nt chambers, who after summon
Ing tho Auditor and such other per
sons as be may think fit, may, upon ev
idence satisfactory to him that the re
quisite papers havo been lost or do-
stiojed. or that it Is impossible or Im
practicable to procure them, prescribe
a form of voucher, which, hearing the
approval of said Justice shall then bo
received by tho Auditor and filed as
hereinbefore provided; and all such
substitute vouchers shall ho consider
cd binding on tho city and all other
Sec. 88. When a voucher produced
for n sum of money disbursed shall he
defective from the want of nny ccrtlfl
cate or other document which ought
to hnve accompanied It, It shall bo law
ful for the Auditor, upor proof n Ini
made to his satisfaction that the pub
lic accountant did not wilfully neglect
to procure such certificate, or do-u
ment, and that tho sum so specified
In the voucher lias been actually and
properly disbursed, to admit men
voucher as sufficient discharge of tho
said public accountant and allow the
amount of same to his credit.
Comparative Financial Statement.
Sec. 89. The Auditor shall nubllsh
In some newspaper or newspapers
printed In the city monthly and annual
comparative statements of the finances
of tho City of Honolulu.
Sec. 90. The Auditor shall In July
ma'ce nn annual report to tho Mayor
and Board. 'It shall bo lawful for the
Auditor In such yearly report or In any
special report which ho may at any
time think fit to make or may be re
quired to make to recommend any
plans or suggestions that ho may think
fit or worthy of adoption for tho better
collection, custody and payment of
the public moncjs and tho moro eco
nomical auditing and examining tho
public accounts and nny Improve
ments In tho mode of keeping such ac
counts that may at any time bs
brought to his notice and generally to
report upon all matters relating to
Sec. 91 The Auditor Is hereby ail
thorlzed and empowered by precept
under his hand In the form contained
In sehedulo D hereto annexed, to re
quire nil such persons as ho may think
fit to appear personally beforo him at
any tlmo and place to he named In
such precept nnd to produco to him
all such accounts, books nnd papers
In the possession or cuntio) of such
persons as shall appear to be neces
sary for the purpose of their examina
tion. It shall also be lawful for the
Auditor when he shall so occasion to
cause search to he made and extracts
to bo taken from nny book, paper or
record In tho custody of any public
officer without paying any fee for the
same; and It shall ho tho duty of ev
ery officer having tho custody of nny
such book, paper or record to make
such search nnd furnish such extracts
as thereto requested.
Examination Upon Oath.
Sec 92, Tho Auditor Is hereby au
thorlzed nnd required to examine upon
oath (which oath he Is hcerby em
powered to administer) all persons
whom he shall think lit to oxamlno
touching tho rccelptB anil expenditures
of money and touching all other
things and matters necessary for the
duo execution of the powers vested In
him " this Act.
Sec. 93. Tho Auditor shall keep li
his office In n convenient form for easy
reference a correct list of all city per
manent settlements, specific salaries,
payrolls, subsidies, rents, contracts and
all bids for material and supplies and
prices current, wholesale and retail of
samo, and It nudltlng all bills for scr
tics tendered or merchandise stippllcH,
or other bills against tho city, he shall
comparo all rates and prices charged
with tho list aforesaid and strike out
or surcharge nil amounts In excess of
the current rates and prices as shown
by said list or that In his Judgment
arc excessive, '
Sec. 94. The Auditor shall perform
such other duties pertaining to his of
fice as tho Board may require or di
rect. Demands Upon Treasury.
Sec. 95. The Treasurer shall keep
In his office a cash book In which
shall bo entered up all sums received
and paid out of tho Treasury on ac
count of the several departments and
bureaus of the city.
Sec. 96. Every lawful demand upon
the Treasury, duly audited as herein
before, provided, shall In all cases he
paid upon the date nuthorlzcd by tho
Treasurer and enfaccd tTlereon If there
ho sufficient funds at that time In the
Treasury applicable to the payment of
ruch demand; and upon payment, all
warrants shall bo canceled nnd proper
( ntry bo made thereof, but If there be
not sufficient moneys so applicable
then Btich warrant Bhall ho registered
In a book kept for that purpose by tho
Suth register Bhall show the numher
of tho warrant, by whom presented,
tho date, amount, name of original
rayce, nnd on whnt account allowed.
Upon being so registered, It shall 1 o
n turned to the party presenting It
vtth the endorsement of the word
"registered," dated and signed by thr
Tieasurer nnd suh registered vnf
,n,it shall be entitled to and shnil
draw Interest from the date of reg s
tratlon until paid at tho rate of five
per cent per annum, hut the rcglstta
tlon of any such demand Bhall nut op
tiato In an) manner to rccognlzo or
make valid such demand If obtained
In contravention to any law or
through any error.
Payment of Warrants.
Sec. 97. Warrants Bhall be paid by
tho Treasurer as far as practicable In
the order of their number and date of
Issue and whenever In his Judgment
there are sufficient funds In the Treas
ury he shall Issue a call for outstand
ing registered warrants In tho order
of their numbering and date of Issue.
Suh call shall be made by publication
for one week In two or moro dally
newspapers published In tho city and
the Interest Bhall cease upon alt such
called warrants ten days after the
publication of the first notice.
Sec. 98. Unless otherwise provided
by law all sums of money which shall
bo npptoprlated to tho public service
for any annual period and which shall
not bo expended during such period
shall lapse and shall not bo Issued or
applied In nny future annual period to
the particular service for which the
appropriation shall have been so
made, unless a contract or engage
ment shall havo been made and en
tered Into beforo tho expiration of
such annual period by which a llabll
Ity so to Issue or apply the samo shall
havo been Incurred nnd a certified
copy of which contract, or cngagn
mentB Bhall have been deposited with
Secretary of the Treasury Shaw nev
er eats a meal away from htonio If ho
can help It.
oTHE TUNEFUL LIAR I
A I.a of Ancient Home
Oh' the Roman was a rogue, o
He eiat, was, ou bcttuiii;
He ran his automobllls o
And smoked his elgarcttum;
He woie a diamond studdlhus, o
An elegant cruvattum,
A maxima cum laudc shirt, 0
And such a Btyllsh hattuni'
Ho loved the luscious Sichao-
And bet nu games nnd equl;
At times he won; at others, tho o
He got It In tho nequl;
Ho winked (quo usque tandem')
At puellas on tho Forum.
And sometimes even made
Those goo goo oculoruin' o
o He frequently was seen
At combats gladiatorial,
o And ato enough to feed
Ten boarders at .Memorial:
o He often went on sprees,
And Bald on starting homus,
o "Hie labor opus est,
Oh, vvbere's my hie hlc
o Altho' ho lived In Rome
Of all the arts the middle
o Ho was (excuso tho phrase)
A horrid Individ'!; ,
o Ah' what a dlff'rent thing
Was tho homo (dative, horn
o Of faraway 11. C.
Trom us of Anno Domini
o Harvard Lampoon.
Method, of Procedure for the Organization
and Incorporation of All Cities,
Towns and Villages.
Qualified Voters Shall Elect
the City Controller. Who
Shall Have General Sup
ervision of All the
AIITICLE 6 CITY CONTROLLER,
ELECTION OP, POWERS AND
Sctlon 1. Qualified voters shall
elect. Shall audit accounts.
Tho qualified voters to elect City
Controllers; his powers and duties.
The quailed voters shall elect a Con
troller who shall have a general super
vision and ontrol of all tho fiscal af
fairs of tho city, to be exercised In
the manner which may bo by ordi
nance prescribed. It shall be his duty
to keep the books of accounts and to
make tho financial reports provided
for In Article 11, Section 15, of this
Act. His books shall also exhibit ac
curate and detailed statements of all
money received and extended for ac
count of tho city by all city officers
nnd other persons, nnd of tho property
owned by the city and the Income de
rived therefrom He Bhall also keep
separate accounts of each appropria
tion, and of the date, purpose and man
ner of ench payment therefrom.
The Controller shall keep a separate
record for each grantee ot a franchise
from the city rendering a servlco to bo
paid for wholly or In pnrt by users of
such service, which record shall rhow
In tho case of each such grantee;
1. The true and entlro cost of con
struction, of equipment, of mainte
nance, and of tho administration and
operation thereof; tho amount of
stock Issued, If any, tho amount ot thorlzed, and the money therefor has
cash paid In, tho number nnd par val; been duly appropriated, and that tho
ue of shares, the amount and character appropriation has not been exhausted,
of Indebtedness, If any; tho rato of The City Controller shall, on or he
taxes, tho dividends declared; tho fore tho 15th day of January In each
ehatacter nnd amount of alt fixed year, urennre and transmit to the
charges; the allowance, If any, for 111-
tcreBt, for wear and tear or deprecia
tion, all amounts and sources ot In
2. The amount collected annually
from the city treasury and the charac
ter and extent of the service rendered
thi-rcfor to the city,
3. The amount collected annually
from the other users ot tho service
and the character and extent of tho
Bervlco rendered therefor to them.
Such records shall ho open to public
examination at any time during tho
business hours of the Controller's of
fice. The Controller shall cxamlna and
I Not a Spring Bird J
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Tho swnn Is said to bo excellent eat
ing when joung. but as It Is ono of
tne longest lived of all creatures, It Is
well to learn, If possible, how old your
bird Is beforo you cook It.
A gentleman In Lincolnshire, Eng
land, sent a dead swan to tho Athen
aeum Club, addressed to the Secre
taiy A special dinner was to oicur
that week and the committee without
question turned tho bird over to tho
At the dinner the swan, resting on
n great silver dish, was a delight to
the eve, hut, when It enmo to carving
and eating tho bird, no knlfo seemed
Bharp enough to cut It, and, of course,
eating It was out of tho question.
A few clays later the donor met the
Secretary and said: "I hope you got
my swan all right."
"That was a nice Joko you played on
us," leturned the Secretory.
"Joke? What do you mean?"
"Why, we had tho thing boiled for
thirteen hours nnd even then we might
as well havo tried to cut through tho
Rock of Gibraltar."
"You don't mean to say you had the
"Why, of course."
"Man nllve! 1 sent it to be stuffed
and preserved as a curiosity in tho
club. That swan has been In my fam
ily for 280 years. It was one of the
Identical birds fed by tho children of
Charles I. vou've seen the picture of
It. My ancestor held the post ot
'master of tho swan and keeper of the
King's cygnetB.' Well, I havo no
doubt It was a bit tough."
A NEW MRS. MALAPROP.
At the opening performance of
"Ileaucalro" Its author. Booth Tarklng
ton, was pointed out to a certain lady
of Malaprop tendencies as the "famous
Hoosler noevllst "
"Why Hoosler?" she nBkcd.
"That's what they call a gentleman
from Indiana," was the reply,
A few evenings later, on being In
troduced to Mr. Tnrklngton nt a roccp
tlon, this Mrs. Malaprop enthusiasti
cally oxelalmed, In an effort to be
genial, "So you are the famous buck
Fine Job Printing at the Bui
num n bl8. claims, and demands
0...u ..u ,..; t mm oil ail jyiuiu(illj
report In writing to tho Mayor and to
the Council any default or delinquency
ho may discover In tho accounts of any
The Controller mny require any per
son, presenting for settlement an ac
count or claim for any cause whatever
agalnBt tho clfy, to bo sworn or af
firmed beforo htm, touching such ac
count or claim and when so sworn or
affirmed, to answer orally as to any
facts relatlvo to tbo Justness of such
account or claim. Wilful false swear
ing beforo htm shall bo perjury nnd
punishable as such.
He shall settle and adjust all claims
In fa-vor of or against tho city, and all
accounts In which the city Is concern-
as debtor or creditor, hut In adjusting
and settling such claims, he shall so
far as practicable, bo governed by tho
rules of law and principles of equity
which prevail In courts of Justice. The
power hereby given to settlo and ad
Just such claims shall not be constru
ed to glvo such settlement and adjust
ment the binding effect of a Judgment
or decree, nnr to nuthorlze the Con
troller to dispute the amount or pay
ment of nny salary established by or
under tho authority of nny officer or
department authorized to establish the
same, because of failure In the due
performance of his duties by the offi
cer claiming salary except when nec
essary to provent fraud.
No payment of city funds shall be
made except upon draft or warrant
countersigned by tho Controller, who
shall not countersign any such draft
or warrant until he has examined and
audited the claim, anQ found tho same
Justly and legally due and payable, and
that tho payment has been leeallv nu
City Council a report of the financial
transactions of tho city during the
calendar year ending tho 31st day of
December next preceding, and of Its
financial condition on" said 31st day of
December. The report Bhall contnln
an accurate statement. In summarized
form, and also in detail, of the1 finan
cial receipts of the city from all
sources, and of the expenditures of tho
city for all purposes, together with a
detailed statement of the debt of said
city," of tho purposes for which such
debt had been Incurred, and of the
property of said city, and of the ac
counts of the city with grantees of
p Spurgeon Corrects I
Ono day tho Mayor of Camunujc,
who had tried to curb Mr. Ppnrgeon's
tendencies to sensationalism, Inquired
of htm if he had really told his congre
gatlon that. If a thief got Into heaven,
he would boglp picking the angels'
"Yes, sir," the young preacher re
plied, "I told them that, It It were
possible for an ungodly man to go to
heaven without having his nature
changed, hn would be nono the totter
for being there; nnd then, by wiy of
Illustration, I Bad that, were a thief
to get in among the glorified, he would
remain a thief still and he would go
around the place picking the a.igcls
"But, my dear young friend," asked
the Major seriously, "don t jou know
that the angels haven't nny pickct.7"
"No, sir,' replied joung Spuifcoon
with equal gravity, "I did not know
that, but I am glad to be assured ot
the fact from a gentleman who does
know, I will take care to put It all
right the first oppprtunlty I get."
The next Monday morning Spurgeon
walked Into the Mayor's plnro ot busi
ness and said to him cheerfully: "I
set that matter right yesterday, sir.'
"What matter?" he Inquired.
"Why, about the angels' pockets. '
"What did you say?"
"Oh, sir, I Just told the people I was
sorry to say that I had made a mistake
the last tlmo I preached to them; but
that I had met a gentleman the Mayor
of Cambridge who had assured me
that tho angels had no pockets, so I
must correct what I had said, as 1 did
not want anybody to go away with a
false notion about heaven. I would,
therefore, say that. If a thief got
among the angels without having his
nature changed he would try to steal
the feathers out ot their wings."
"Doctor," said the Inveterate smok
er, "don't, for goodness sake, tell me
that the use ot tobacco shortens n
man's dnvs, because"
"But It does," Interrupted the doc
tor. "I tried to stop smoking once and
tho days seemed Interminable." Phila
Teacher What la tho meaning or to
docnpltato, Wllllo? Willie To head
off, ma'am. Yonkcrs Statesman.
Even If n man remembers his wife's
tastes after marriage the cheap things
she likes Beems to bo the best fixed In
this mind. Atchison (Kan.) Olobo.
o inn nn i mnfint O
HI5 UKA fcMJL ?. . v,
When Henry C. Smith of
Michigan started to practice law
ho had as his first client a negro
and he won the case. The
hearing was before a local Mag
istrate, and tho chargo was
stealing a ring. As his client
had employment on a farm out
side tho town whero Smith first
hung' up his shingle, the young
lawyer Is said to have taken the
precaution of hiring a carriage
and riding out to tho farmer,
where he secured promise of the
negro's wages for a few days as
"I made an eloquent plea,"
said Mr. Smith In recounting the
proceedings of that case. "I did
not fall to ring tho changes on
the downtrodden race, and all
that sort of thing, with the re
sult that my client went free.
Still, I had a sort of lingering
suspicion that tho verdict was
certainly all my man deserved,
and when tho case was over 1
wanted to be rid ot him. Ho
continued to haunt my office.
"'Why don't jou go out nnd
chase around with the hoys?' 1
Bald finally. In Borne Impatience.
'"Deed, boss, 1 thought jo'
fee war too small, an' I want
ycr to ncccpt this 'ere ring.'
"And tho negro produced
from his Jeans tho ring which
he had been supposed to havo
Rut Mr. Smith refused to ac
cept the proffer of stolen goods.
Lines of Travel,
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LOTaSJ . I h
MJH088 THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
' FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Jmly THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
faRman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
txtg and Library Cars, with Barber
Bkop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sloepera,
. LOTHROP, General Agent
lit Third street, Portland, Oregon.
1. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
Ho. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
I. h. LOMAX, 0. P. & T. A.,
1(71 Omaha, Nebraska.
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KINO STREET LINE.
Can tttvi Walklkl (or town it ! s. i j. 45 a m.
b4 tvery 1) mlnutti thcrttfter till to 4S it: is and
i.4S P.M. from Wilklkl to to till Punihou Sublet
Ciri liavl R Ptngt or Pawn iwltcti lor town at
I sja M. aod avtry it nlnuttl Ibcriafter till ttxSP.M.
Can llavi Fort and King itretti corntr lor Palama
at A 10 AM. and tvery 1 mlauttl after till 1115
Carl llava for Palama only at 5 and j 10 A M.
Can Itava Palama for Walklkf s 41 A M, and tvery
2 Blnuteitlll t 41 P M , then tt to t tnd 10 4S P.M.
otitis -. 'rom Palama for Punahou only foti
to WalkWI on Saturdayi
Can letvt Fort tnd Klnf tCroell corner lot Rlfla
RtOKt tt 1 to tnd 5 50 A M.
Ctrl lltvl Fort and Klnr itretti corner f of Walklk
at6ojA M. and every 15 mmutei till loosP.M. then at
10 t and 11.05 P M. Tne 11.35 P.M. tool to Walklkl
on Saturdayi only,
BERETANIA STREET AND I'UUANU VALLEY,
Cart leave Punahou Stable far Town at s and
tor Town and Valley tt j 40 ) 30 6 10 1 ao 6 40 f and
Cart leave Oahu Collate for town and Valley at
6 30 6 50 and t 10 A M and ever 10 mlnutel till 10 10
P.M except the even hour and half, hour can which
run from the Stable
Can leave Nuuanu Valley at6to6 3o6soA,Mand
every 10 mlnutei thereafter till 10 so P M
Can leave Fort and Queen atreetl for Punahou
Collate at 6 05 6 a 6 45 A M and every 10 mlnutei
after till 9 43 P M. Alter that the carl run to the
Stable up to 11 sop.m, which lnhelaitcar from Town,
reachlnt the Stable at 11.30 P.M.
O R. & L. Co.
' TIME TABLE.
From and after January 1, 1899.
STATIONS. OAILY DAILY
(Outward) 11. Sun. DAILY ei Sun DAILY DAILY
AM. AM. AM. P.M P M.
Honolulu ,,,, t 10 915 1105 j 13 510
Pearl City,,,, I03 9 it 1140 HI 150
Ewt Mill 833 10.0I 1100 403 lie
Wilinie 1030 443 ....
Walalua,,,, uiss 340 .,,,
Cahuku 1131 613
(Inward) ti. Sun. DAILY DAILY DAILY
AM. AM. PM PM
ICahuku 5 33 .... 8(4
Walalua., ,.,, ,,, . ,, 1 10 ,,,, a 50
Walanae t to ... 3 33
cwaMlll 8 S T 43 10s 4 3
Pearl City,, 013 1 03 1 o 43a
Honolulu 650 83s 303 set
F C. SMITH, Qen'l Pass. & Ticket Agl.
1. P. QEN1SON, Superintendent
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
jurpoaes a specialty. Particular atten
Ion paid to JOB WORK, and repair
leeuted at shortest notice.
COTTON BROS. & CO
ENGINEERS AND : : !
Pianl aadeitlmattl furnished for all cltliei
Tel. Main 245.
ROOM 300, D08TON DLK. Honolulu.
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