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SUNDAT BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., SUNDAY, API11L fi, 1902
LAND LAWS OF HAWAII EXPLAINED TO CONGRESSIONAL
COMMITTEE BY COMMISSIONER EDWARD S. BOYD
Agents, Broken and Jobbers.
W, G. Irwin & Go.
Western Sugar Refinery Company of
Baldwin Locomotive 'Works of Phila
delphia, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cano Shredder) .Now York, IJ.8.A
X. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fcrtlll
Alex. Cross & Sons' high grado Tcrtl
liters for Cano and Coffee.
Heed's Steam Plpo Covering.
ALSO OFFER. FOU SALE:
Parafflno Paint Co.'s P.& II. Paints and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil
raw nnd boiled,
lndurlno (a cold-water paint), In whit
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
CASTLES COOKE, Ltd
:: Sugar Faclors
The En a Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co.. Ltd.
' Tho Kohala Sugar Co.
Tho Walmea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo.
The Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Insuranco Co.
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of llnrtford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN,Ltd
H. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle First Vlco President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vlco Pres.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. It. Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
AGENTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co., Haiku Sugar Co, Pala Plan
tation Co., Nahlku Sugar Co., Klhel
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co,
Kahulul Railroad Co., and
The California and Oriental S, S, Co
Wm. G.'lrwin & Go
Wm. 0. Irwin. .President and Manager
Claua Spreckels-. Vlco President
W. M. Olffard.. Second Vlco President
II. M. Whitney Jr.....Trcas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomea Sugar Co.,
iiODomu sugar Co., walluku Sugar Co,,
Makee Sugar Co.,Halcakala Ranch Co.,
Tho Planters' Line of San Francisco
Packet. Chas. Brewer & Co.'s Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop.
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F,
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones. II. Wa
tcrhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
LIFE am FIDE
Insurance - Agents
AGENTS FOR r
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
SURANCE CO. OF BOSTON.
AETNA FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY OF HARTFORD.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO.,
Tho Lancashire Insurance Co.
Tho Ualolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sowing Machine, Etc.
General Mannger of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United States for the
OFFICE, Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Pensylvania Fire Insurance
COfflpaiiy, Chna. T. Wlldop,
Washington, D. C. March 15
From the lime of the great division
of ISIS to the present time the policy
of leasing lands for a term of years
has been pursued, both In the caso of
tho "government lands" and of tho
'Crown lands." controlled by the com-
missioned for the same. l
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In 1S7G the first law requiring palo
of government leases to bo made at
auction was enacted, but bucIi law did,
not apply to the crown lands, which
were not put under this regulation tin
til tbn passage of the land act of 1895.
Under tho lease policy lands were
freely leased both by the Government
and by the Crown commissioners In
largo areas nnd for long terms, but In
1891 tho Government, while continuing
the policy of leasing land, improved
upon former methods by reserving to
Itself tho right to take up any portion
of tho leased land Bultablo for settle
ment, which reservation proved later
of much value.
This policy was continued nfter the
passage of tho land net of 1895, but
with stricter regard to amounts leas
ed, terms of lease, and reservations
necessary for public Interest.
Until tho date of tTfo land act of
1893, the Crown lands were leases
without auction rale, In such amounts
and for bucIi terms of jears (until Urn
Itcd by law In 1SB3 to thirty years) as
l,t... , .
mo I'liiiiimnHiuiiiTH nppiiivcu, ami ai
though b the land net of 1895 these
lands weie merged In tho general do
main of "public lands" and became
subject to that ad, practically they
bad nearly nil been leased In large
tracts and for long terms without res
As between the two classes of land,
therefore, now constituting tho "public
lands," (he former Crown lands am
more generally encumbered with long
Value of a Lease Ssytem.
Although (he old method of leasing
wns short sighted and with IHt0 or
nothing to commend It, n proper leaso
system Is of distinct value.
Numerous tracts of land are found
r8 fJ rM M Hl "IB " s
EVE OF HER
"He'll arrlvo about ten time. Mug-
By," alio told tho Httlo dog on tin
steps. "Suppose we put some Htm vis
In his room? You know wo always do
that for company." So shu slaughter- Mulshed her diesslng, singing.
ed nil the sweet pens that wero tu . When she hud given tho hist Httlo
come, thnt tho ones thnt wero thcro'null and iiiihIi tu tier rllilmii. nn.l nut
might wear long stems In tho whlto'i.n her lint, then decided not to wearu,"'lnllon of s,ot mntlllnes alul otuer.Yoih mid great amusement to a nua
Jar; and she snipped nit tho blossom-
ing twigs of the Httlo pencil tree,
which had planned a fruit offering lii -
tor nnd shook Its leaves at her re-
pioachfiilly; and she gathered tho Inst
of the popples, which wero to
mado the seeds for next year.
"I don't enre for him, but I want It
to look plcusant," she said over her
When tho IlowcrH wero In place, sho.door and stood watching It with heri , , , , , , , , , , ,,
1 ' , , , , ' " 'led raco he dashed In umong bis fellow;
went to her own room and took out bands clenched against the front r ' .ttzcna nnd yelled
uiii-t- uic-nnt-n, nilicil Hliu nuu laid BIUO,"i b-
by side on the bed; a lnven3er nnd a "Wo IIvo so quietly, the Idea of com
rose colored and blue nnd white. Aud pany makes me nervous," she suld. "1
sho looked at them earnestly nnd wish ho weren't coming. It would be
held the bodices up against her face
before the mirror.
"There Is no use looking like a
fright even If I don't caro for him,"
she said and sho finally 1 hose tho lav
ender. The late sun cumo Into the
room and made golden putchts on tho
nnd she put her bunds against,
them and laughed
she sung to her-
"Life Is so good
self. Then she colled up her hair
and frowned nt It nnd pulled It down;
nnd frowned- harder over the next
twisting, with an angiy Httlo Jeilc of
her baio shoulder. And It must nil
como down and go up onco more. This
tlmo slio was smiling again.
"I wonder how It would feel to really
taro," she said, and dievv a photograph
f te P ru. ru Mi to ru r I, pa
USED INSTEAD'.OF FORKS
In the ear 1 CI 1 nn Englishman
traveling In Italy mado the following
entry In bis diary; "I observe a cus
tom not used In any country I was In
They use a small fork when they cut
their meat." Ho purchased ono and
carried It to England, but when ho
used It he was ridiculed by his friends.
That llttli) two-lino nrtlclo of tablo
fumlturo-'bruugbt about a flerco dis
cussion. It was an Innovation unwar
ranted by tliu customs of society. Min
isters preached against Its use, one
minister maintaining thai as the Cro
ntor had given us thumbs and fingers,
It was an Insult to Almighty God to
u so a fork.
All the black and white plume
como from tho male ostrich, tho gray
from tho female. Tho feathers aro
not plucked out, as you might Imagine, , Hf'""1' 'll(B. (i '"" 'bo bene"' of
but nro clipped off with a sharp knife, i'o Queen's Nurses' Kund. The I'rln
leaving at tho end of tho cmlll In tho ' Wnles- wh ls President of tho
flesh, whero It remains for two or National Bilk Association, attonded tho
three months until it "dleB," when It Is exhibition, nnd bo did all tho great la
pulled out with forceps. . OIca who happened to bo in or near
of which It Is difficult to estimate
agricultural possibilities, If Indeed an
exist. Other tracts, owing to tho In
tnrmlncllnif nf Dublin nml nrtvntn
,anlfl Bn, ,ho frngnu,n,ary c,mrnctcr
( omo 0f tho nubHc lands, aro so
surrounded by privnto lands owned or
controlled by n slnglo party that the
Fale ol w, 8amo oum " nl n 18""
disadvantage to tho Government and
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lesult only In swol tic tho bold net of
n,r0B(ly lnrge owncra nt n tnailcntinle
Practically It Is found that many in
persons will pay a rental icpresentlnB
a larger value than tho purchase prlco
that could bo obtained. j chase leases.. 57
A lease, therefore, may bo made to . Cash freeholds 4
return tho best results In revenue, Special agree
while a lescrvatlon of the right to I ments 11
toko up portions sultablo for settle-
ment leaves the way open al any tlmo
for such use If later conditions require
The revenue from rent of lands has
steadily Increased, although tho Area
of land leased has In the samo period
been reduced by many thousands of
Rent Roll, Government and Crown
JS90 S0 2f.S j Volno G7,821.5I
Ik" 91,983 j of the above amount patents for 11,-
IMS 93.22SJCI3 acres, valued fli JI8.518.51, weie
N. H Town lots, buil.llngs rented, i Issued In completion of agreements
etc-., not Included In nbove. The nddl- mado prior to annexation resolution of
tliitml Income from such souiccs is July 7, lb9$.
nliout $34,11110 annually. General Leases Since July 7, 1893.
Under the land net of 1895 general Number 8
leases wore limited to n term not loll
iri-r thnn twnntv.nnn vrnrfl. '
Leases might not contain any privi
lege of renewal nor bo made for any
land on which an unpltcd term of
two )cars remained.
The commissioners of public lands
could Impose conditions necessary In
tho public Interest.
Transactions Since July 7, 1898.
The New lands it-solullon. passed by
Congress July 7, 1898, for the annexa
tion or the llawallnu Islands, created
much uncertainty ns to tho status of
the public lands and the laws govern
lug them. Upon tho understanding
and belief, however, that tho laws of
the United States lelatlvo to public I
m a nt s i
out fi 0111 under her handkerchief. "Ho
is very good looking, but I'm not In tho
hast In lovo with him; mid shu put
the photograph back with a sigh; then
It. then tnken It out again and plnne
It In nlnco. she strolled clown to the
gnte nnd niado friends with n country
baby that chanced to be plalng In tho
"I'm expecting company, baby. Will
V.,1. ..I. A ..... n I !..-, ..1... .1.1. 1 !
., miu iuu u nia-il BIIL- Mliu, men
,1.1.0 saw someone con.li.g tbro..sh the
.liionio shadows of the Uvo oaks, and
she flew to her own room and shut tho
dlffcicnt If I caied for him. I wonder
If the bluo and white wouldn't have
She went to the glass and gave va
rious Httlo tugs at her hair. The clitic
of tho gate camo to her through the
open window. She wunt quietly down
the stnlrs and out to meet him.
"Why, it's very good to see you
again," sho said. "Don't let Mucky
Jump on ou. Did jou havo a warm
tilp?" Ills raco fell n little, though ho
answered her gaily.
When sho had blown out her cnndle
.that night, and tho spark was qulto
dead, sho leaned ovor and put a little
kiss on tho other pillow.
"I'm not In tho least fn lovo with
him but he's a dear boy," she said.
rs ps to to to na to to p-j to to to to
ROBES AND GOWNS
The cloth of gold for Klug Edward's
coronation robe Is being woven nnd
Is, upon completion, to bo handed
over to tho Itojal School of Art Nee
dlework, l'rlncess Chilstlan of
u'V'i m... ..,.i.Bs, u,,b,(mu w. itumu. una .. it.n, 111 ay.icv. wj ,nj . - - -..-... u w ... u u,n .wit,i,t - -.... wv v.... j. .j iiiui;u,i:u lu JUU II
Sihlcswlg-Ifolsteln Is responsible for and royal wishes to tho contrary, many made expreesly for her. and, It Is Bald, '" can," said tho joiing man earnest
this move, the school being her pet coronation orders have already been j wore becoming than the small Jeweled '' "In the last few months I havo
hobby. Her piotegees nro to work up- placed with tho great Parisian dress
on the cloth a bold design In colors. makers.
Queen Victoria's coronation robn
was ornamented, In llko fashion, with
a gorgeous dCBlgn of rosos, shamrocks
Tha royal wish that Rngllsh
shall bo ubciI for tho coronation was
helped on by the recent exhibition of
lands did not apply to such lands In
tho Hawaiian Islands, nnd that tholo-,
cat land laws were to remain In force
pending further action of Congress, the
usual transactions of tho Innd offlco
were continued until September 28,
1899, tho dato of receipt of the execu
tive order of President McKlnley sus
pending further transactions.
The following table shows land ta
ken up from July 7, 189S, to September
Number. Acres. Value,
omes ten d
Right of pur-
Cash sales.... IS
O 1 a n patents
under Part IX
of land act... 69
Total 234 15,334.2677,126.86
Land Patents Issued Since July 7, 1890.
Rental ( early) $2,847
Remaining Public Lands.
Combined area of Government
nnd Clown lands (ns near as
enn bo determined) by the
original division In 1848. ...2,479,600
Patents nnd deeds have been
Issued for 728,200
In this remnlnder Is Included lots
taken up but not jet patented:
Old homesteads .... 2,670.05
Old special ngreeluent
H'i!fJ!''iHriMrj? v. Mi
"These gnmes of 1 bance," said the
distinguished gentleman who was ad
chousing the lepresentntlvo citizens of
...u .uku ..,., ,, vunnm UB
tolerated In. our midst. (Cries ofi
"Good! good!") "Shall we, ueeatlfo a
Wlal club finds It necessnry to raise M8 ,llu 0nl"" ' temporary -loajy
money, turn our backs nnd permit tho.nnco to tho Junior Senator from New
' " """L" . "" U'T. b""lH 0I
'No! nn'") Shall wo permit our sons'
to bo lured Into the wicked belief that
they can by risking a little win
much? (Ciles of "Never!" "It's nn out
rngo"' "Down with the gamblers'")
"Shall we "
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At that Instant one of tho
KCIltlcmell lmppcncj to B,ancc nl th
t.kor ttl(h bccn cn
I. . .. , . ,,. .,.,.. . ..,, ,, .
I llJ lilllll-l IIIU PlUlinU, 11 1111 U UllllieU'
"Wheat'B broke three quarters and
the bears huvo everybody on the
Tour seconds Inter the meeting wns,rled some luggngo and had evidently)
over and tho repiesentntlvo citizens oft reached town by tinln a fow moments ,
tho highly mornl town, who were
sprinting toward tho telegraph office,
hnd furgotten that theie over was or
over might be such a thing as a social
1 lub or a slot machlno or that gam
bling ought not to bo allowed. Hec-ord-lleinld.
"No, my fellow citizen," exclaimed
the ointor, "not even tho so-called
prosperity we boast of enjoying under
tho gold staudnid can over make us
foiget tho Infamous erlmo of 70 '70
"Three," suggested somebody In the
"Thank ou. Tho Infamous crime
WeavingCIoth of Gold
London; for, asldo from loyalty, there
was a ke,en curiosity in regard to tho
llfo slzo model of tho coronation robo
approved by the Queen,
Dlimn. Ii.a I, l.n. In nlA .f tnm I ..
The Queen'H maids of honor, not bo- rising the thought and skill of design-
g peei esses, havo less to worry ovpr.ers and workmen Is tBe coronation ni -
lug peei esses, havo less to worry over,
than tho other women who will tnko
part In tho coronation ceremonies
Thoy nro not sitting up nights agonlz-
Ing over coionctB and wondering what
tho Btate of their hair will be after
tho brlof donning of thoso awkward
emblems of their rank.
Tho maids will wear white with nil -
vor trnlns and will snort the tradition-
nl ostrich feathers In their hair, so
tho chances are that their enjoyment
Under land act (not
Tho remainder (1,720,055 ncrcs) of
public land may be roughly classified
Valuable b,iilUllng lots 145
Cano lands 25,626
Rice lauds 977
Cofteo lands .'.... 26,825
Grazing lands 448,200
High forest lands 681,281
Rugged, Inaccessible moun
Barren (of nominal value
The above classification is of neces
sity somewhat arbitrary. As stated In
my report of 1894, "the lack of post-
the knowledge of quality and adapta
bility of the soil In untried sections
and the lmpcrccptlblo gradations by
which the best land merges into tha
Indifferent and Indifferent Into that of
nominal value, only mattes n report of
this nature to n considerable extent 3
matter of personal opinion rathet
than of Bclcntlflc certainty." It li
probable that much classed above 24
"grazing land" and "high forest Had'
will bo found later to have good agri
cultural possibilities, these land lin
ing now practically undeveloped
The Crown Lands.
By nrtlclo 95 of the constitution of
the Republic of Hawaii that portion of
tho public domain known as "Crown
land" was declared to bo the property
of tho Hawaiian Government, and to
be free nnd cleor of any trust of or
concerning tho same and fritu all
claim of any nnturo whatever uuu
tho rents, Issues, and profits tUnv)f.
All existing vnlld leases were daiUred
to bo confirmed.
lly tbp land net of 1S95 theHo liudj
weie Included with other Govercm-at
lanus under the general head of pib-,t.
The following extract, by p.-iiUv
slon, from A Brief History of Iliwan
nn Land Titles, by V. D. Aipmal-i
. , 8 re rA 4 , ,.a Pj ;,,,
SENATOR DEPEW'S SMILE
Thnt ever-p!enaiit, ever pre 1 'nt
gme ttldl gccmg tQ ,)(J PBReotu,'
"loiiciiiion ol senator Denews feituiej
r of passengeis In a WtutihtE
The risible Seuitor fiom the
lrn !!.. I,n-.l.! -., ...- ,-....,...,
gieiuiids. Immediately the orcupin'3
leu to nuiiging 0110 another In t
Vllm nml r.r!lnnl-litir nnn -n-H.,., In
",, car8, .,,, t tho amusomect of
senator Depew. who. though tbd -,ub
',. ... , , . ,.,.... , .
JltV Ul UUllI 1111UHVD UIIU uiuljvi CUH-3,
. , . ,
was not supposed to be
consclou-i Of ,
At the Ilaltlmoro nnd Ohio ntati n
tho car was stopped and boarded by a
woman with a small boy. Each car-
a ' 1. i-.(n n Tti. 11 nann n nnnmnl fat I 111 Sri
4--.-iu.i-. .... nu,u.u .. ,.,..M, a stout man ngaln nodded en-
BI1U out 01 numor. ine uoy uui ui uu
inor, but not at all fatigued. Senator
Depow embraced the new arrivals In
his all-pervading smile. Tho woman
looked her sui prise. Tho hoy oxpre.3
"What," he asked, "Is that wan hf
(In' nt, inn?"
"I don't know."
I "Ho nln't lallln' nt mo. Is he?"
"Oh. keep still."
The buy stared at Senntor Uepew's
carefully dimmed mutton chop whis
kers. He bad evidently never seen
iiuli hirsute adornment.
of the ceremony will bo more whole
hearted than that of the rest of tho
Apropos of head
i n-U OllOim lu fn h-ll. fl nt.ttr r.fn.i,
top knot of other years.
Another coronation Item now oxer-
era and workmen Is tBe coronation M
Me which will be gorgeously bound In
crimson, c-mblazoncd with tho Royal
Arms In gold, and fastened with elab
orately wrought gold clasps. This III
bio Ih one of the perquisites of the
j Prelate who administers the oath,
1 Jaggles I hear Henpeck got drunk
'only onco In his life,
Waggles Yes. When he got nomo
that night he taw two Mrs. Heiipccks.
surveyor general. Is a concise history
of theso lands prior to tho establish
ment of the Republic of" Hawaii:
Tho term 'Ciown lands' Is hero ap
plied to those lands reserved by Ka
mehameha 111 March 8, 1848, Tor him
self, his heirs, and successors forever'
as his private property. To these
may bo added a few lots In Honolulu
and Lahatna, awarded to htm by the
Ijnd Commission In Award 1080C.
"It Is admitted by all that both Ka-
tfinhnniAlifl Ttf flntl lila anpresanr .nntt
with these lands as their prlvato prop
erty, selling, leasing, or mortgaging
tho same at pleasure. These royal
deeds of sate constitute titles equally
valid with royal patents.
"At the death of Kamehamcha IV It
was decided by the supremo court that
tndcr the above mentioned Instru
ment executed by Kamchameha HI,
reserving the Crown lands, and under
tfio confirmatory act of Juno 7, 1848
'II e Inheritance is limited to tho suc
cessors to the throne,' 'tho wearers pt
tin crowu which tho conqueror nad
wen,' and that at tho samo tlmo 'each
successive possessor may regulate
end dispose of the same according to
his will and pleasure as private prop
city. In like manner as was dono by
Knmehameha III.' (Hawaiian Re
ports. ol. 2, p. 725.)
"Afterwards an act was pawed.
Jinuary 3, 1805, 'to relievo tho royat
domain from encumbrances and to
render the same Inalienable.'
"This act provided for the redemp
tion of the mortgages on tho estate,
(.nd enacted that tho remaining lands
ar to be 'henceforth Inalienable, and
shall descend to the heirs and succe
rors of the Hawaiian Crown forever,'
md that 'It shall not bo lawful here
after to lease said lands for any term
of years to exceed thirty.' 'Tho
board of commissioners of Crown
lands shnll consist of three persons, to
bo appointed by Ills Majesty tho King
two of whom shall bo appointed from
among the members of
Council, and serve without rcmunera
n, and the other siiall net as land
3;uit, and shall be paid out of tho
re venue of the said lands, such sum ns
, tr ay be agreed to by His Majesty the
I- Ing.' "
so ? "i m jy r s p n n -T". p
'What's the matter with that man'j
Do you think 'they grow
"Willy. I wish you'd hush!"
"Why alnt pa's that-a-way?"
'ii ou don't hush I'll whip )ou."
Senator Depow's smile was dying
gradually from his face. The smites
upon the faces of the other passengers
seemed o Increase proportionately.
Mln (11,1, -IIM ttllt.l- l.n ..., ...
I "" '"" "" """" "u "" ""
1 ... ., .. .
"Why does he have so milch hair on
"How do I know?"
"Mebbe It's becauso he alnt got any
!oa Ills head."
"Do ou think thev stav 111m thnt nil
,.j SUpnose so."
11 . ii,, . ..
"qi imsu ,..
-j-j,- i.ov n.,1,,1,,,-1 ,nun f ,
I . '
couragement from tho corner of th-s
"Ma, do you think there's any chanco
of 'em growing on mo when I'm a
"Willy, you must not talk any more,
Look at that little pony and cart pass
ing by; aren't they cute?"
'les, ma; but ma, I'd hato to ruh
my cheek up against iils'n, wouldn't
"Conductor!" exclaimed tho dlstln
guished New Yorker, "for hcavon'a
sake, stop the car! If this Idlotlo
young Interrogation point remains on
I get off; for I should hale to commit
infanticide on such n beautiful day.
WHERE RULES DON'T APPLY.
"As I understand it," sold Hie young
man thoughtfully, "two negatives
make an affirmative."
"Quito right," lepllcd 1T10 dlstln
"Aud yet." persisted tho young- man,
"it doesn't seem to work out Just ex
"What's the trouhlo?" asked the
distinguished authority. "Perhaps 1
tho matter out for
I "I Wilt 111, ,laa,,1l ln.lAl.A.l .-
irccelvcd two decided negatives c-no
e"e f'om two girls and for tho life
"f mo I can't .see whero tile atllimatlve
"My dear sir." explained tho distin
guished authority, "as you grow ohjer
you will learn how utterly Impossible
It Is to apply any rules to woman
kind." Brooklyn Eagle.
Contraction and Expansion.
Snagg8 That spendthrift son ol
yours contrnct any now dobts lately"!
Snaggloy No. but he's been ex
ponding a lot of tho old ones.
10X088 THE CONTINENT TROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN TOANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
raly 1'HREB DATS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
nIunaA Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Barber
top anil Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-c&rte).
JTree Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
E. LOTHROP, General Agent
MS Third street, Portland, Oregon.
). W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
Ho. 1 Montgomery St, San Francisco.
LI. U LOMAX, O. P. & T. A.,
1471 Omaha, Nebraska.
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KINO STREET LINE.
Cat Itava Walklkl tor town it s 41. 6 i. J A M
injfvtry is nlnuttithertaftef till lots, HJis anl
li jj P.M. Itora Wtlklkl (oto Mit Punihou Sublet.
Cat I Itava R Ranga or Pawaa awitcb tor town at
,ua M. and evirjr it mtnutca Ihtrcafttr till it 08P.M.
Cart laava Fort and King ttreeta corner for Palana
at 6 10 A.M. and avery 13 nlnutea aftar till 11.13
Cara Itara for Patana only at t and s: 10 A M.
Carl Itava Patama for Walklkfs 43 a m and avtry
13 ralnutta till 943PM, then at 10,13 and 10 43 P.M.
fna 11-13.' . from Palama for Punaoou ooly toil
10 WalkUl on Saturday.
Cars laava Fort and Klnf atrtet comer foi Rlfla
Rant at 3 to and 3 30 A.M.
Cara leava Fort and Klnp fttrttla corntr for Walklk
at 6 03 A M. and avtry 13 minutes till 10-03P.M then at
io'3 and li3 P.M. Tha 11:33 P.M. to to Walklkl
on Saturdaya only.
BERBTANIA STREET AND rUIUANU VALLEY.
Car leava Punahou Slible for Twn at !) and
for Town and Vallty at 3 40 s 30 6 10 Vao 6 40 and
Cars laava Oahu Colter for town and Vallty at
6 30 6 so and t:io A.M and avtry 10 mlnutts till 10 10
P.M. tietpt th tvtn hour and half, hour cara which
run from tha Stabla
Car laava Nuuanu Vallty at 6'io 6 )o 6 50 A.M and
evtry 10 ralnutt thtreafter till 10 30 P.M.
Car laava Fort and Queen trett for Punahou
College at 6 03 6 s 6 43 A M and avtry 10 nlnutet
afitr till its p.m. Alttr that tha car run to tha
Stabla up to itisoP.M.whkh I lb lattcar from Town
Hacking tha Suhta at mjo P.M.
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKErCUA, - HAWAII
J. Q. HENRIQUES, PEOP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the MounUlns.
An excellent chance li offered for ,
8EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. B. Mauna, uca
At Kallua and take passengers overland
to Hookena, where the steamer Is met
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 1899.
Ewa Mill . .
Pltll Clly .
ai. Sun. DAILY ex. Sun.
A.M. A M. A.M.
t 6 50
F O. SMITH, Qen'l Pass. & Ticket
O. P. DBNISON. Superintendent
Drays lor Freight
and Lumber ...
Our representative meet all Incom
ing steamers from the Coast, and wt
check baggage on all outgoing steam
ers. and Black Sand For Salt
Office with Evening Bulletin, 111
King street Tel 86.
When You Want a Rig
RlNQ UP TUB
LIVERY BOARDING and
r 1 : : : bib fort 6TI1EET
Btable Thoue, 109 Main.
Hack Stand, 'Phones 319 and 32.
C. H. DELLINA.
llonoluln Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUOAR MA
CHINERY ot every capacity and de
scription made to 'order. Boiler work
nd niVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOD WORK, and repairs
xxocuted at shortest notice.
COTTON BROS. & CO
ENGINEERS AND X '. I
Pians and aslunate fumUhed for all da
Tel. Main 245,
ROOM 300, BOSTON BLK. Honolulu.t
Genornl bookbinding, ruling, gliding,
embossing, maps, charts and artistic
printing at the EVENING BULLETIN
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