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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 1002.
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and lest It free, or let mu
Inclose this ad.
it I cure
;'; dr. m. h. Mclaughlin,
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;'i NEVER SOLD BY AGENTS OR DRUG STORES, 'ij
IN THE DISTIUCT COURT OF
THE UNITED STATES FOR TIIEi
DISTRICT OP HAWAII. In the Mat-1
ter of PAUL J. VOELLER. Bankrupt.
IN BANKRUPTCY. NOTICE IS
HEItEDY OIVEN that on the 15th day
of April, A. D. 1002. at 12 o'clock m.,
of said day, I will sell at public auc
tion tho property of tho Estate of said
Paul J. Vocllcr, bankrupt; said salo to
tako placo at tho salo rooms of Will
E. Fisher, corner Merchant and Alakc.i
streets, Honolulu. Tho property of
said Estate Is described as follows:
Tho premises situate on Punchbowl
Hill, Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Terri
tory of Hawaii, being a portion of land
described In Itoyal Patent 3314 to II,
M. Dow and conveyed to said P. J.
Voeller by deed of said II. M. Dow, da
ted August 18th, 1S91, recorded In tho
Register Office, Oahu, In Liber iO,
page 470. Terms tash, U. S. Gold Coin.
Deed at expenso of purchaser.
April 1st, A. I). 1902.
Trusteo of tho Estate of Paul J. Voel-
2112 lot Apr. 3, 4 15. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST
Circuit, Territory of Haw-all. In Pro
bate, at Chambers. In tho Matter of
the Estate of, A. II. ilcrlmgcour, lato
of llnoolulu, Oahu, Deceased, Intes
tat. Petition having been filed by
E. F. Bishop, a creditor of said lutes
tntc, praying that Letters of Adminis
tration upon said estate be Issued to
Dald Dayton, notice is hereby irlvcn
that MONDAY, the 28th day of APRIL.
A. D. 1902, at 10 o'clock a. m.. In the
Judiciary Building, Honolulu, Oahu, Is
appointed tho tlmo and place for hear
Ing said petition, when and where all
persons concerned may appear and
Bhow cause, If any they have, why said
Petition should not lie grnnted.
Honolulu. Oahu. March 25, 1902.
By tho Court:
J. A. THOMPSON,
Cecil Brown, attorney for petitioner.
2103 Mar. 2C, Apr. 2. 9, 10.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
Honolulu, Apiit 3. 1902.
L. C. ABLES ESQ. has this day .been
nppolnted COMMISSIONER to exam
ine Exhibits and Affairs of Incorporat
ed Companies for tho Territory of Ha
waii, lco A. B. SCRIMOEOUR, de
ceased. WM. II. WRIQHT,
2114 Apr. 9, 10. 11. Sccretaiy.
A CHANCE FOR THOSE DESIRINO
A GOOD HOMESTEAD.
FOR SALE At a reasonable flguro.
a freehold estate at Walomau, near
Walohlnu. Tbo property consists of
a substantially built and well furnish
ed bouso with a good water supply;
also cartsheds, servants' quartors, di
vision fences for safe handling of cat
tle and 353 acres of land, 147 acres of
tbo land adjoins house and thero Is a
privilege to secure 101 acres contig
uous. Tbcro Is on tho land fenced
portions containing coffee, orango and
other fruit trees In bearing. All the
lands are alongsldo or near to tho Gov
ernment road. Nearly all tho land has
substantial stone fences. With the
abovo go all cattle, horses and pigs,
wagons, etc., etc. For particulars ap
ply to CHAS. MEINECKE,
Walohlnu, Kau, Hawaii.
Mr. Frank W. Aust has no authority
to sell or oxchungo Smith Picmier
typewriters in my name.
C. W. MACFARLANE,
Solo Agent for the Territory of
Office at Washington Light Co.
Parlies visiting Lahalna and tho 1st
and or Maul in general can securo suit
able conveyances and ca'oful driven
aX tho PIONEER STABLE8, Lahalna,
Island of Maul.
Commercial men will be carefully
looked after with suitable rigs.
HOUSE, containing 4 bedrooms, par
lor, pantiy, kitchen, patent water clos
ot. Llllba Street, near School. Inqulro
of JOS. FRIAS,
2111-lw No. 722 Fort Street.
H - it-it- iVit-Vn "!.- .--?- i"
IT TELLS YOU THAT YOUR KID.
NEYS AND VITAL ORGANS ARE
When 5011 foci ft pal" ' your back
you had better nttend to It. Those
pains are meflsages telllnR oti of worn
out nerves, weak Melnevg anil weak
You know the ratne. and you know
what It means, so look to It In time.
Dr. McLaughlin's Eltctrle Utlt will
euro In ten days. It lestores the
warm, healthy life to the nerves and
Mr. Win, nowen, I'okepama, Or.,
writes Nov. 10th: "The Belt did ma
good the mlnuto I put It on. My hack
Is better and my Mdnevs are In good
snnpo now. 1 think every man should
havo one of your belts."
Every man who has a pain or weak
ness should havo one. It sao doctor
bills and lots of trouble.
send ou my book elcpcilblng how
NO FLAT BOTTLES
At the Dinner Table
A Diluter for Wine
STILL wines arc made spark
ling when mixed with " " "
white rock water
They are. In this way, given a
zest and life, uneaualed except
by tho best champagne. Tho
diner out or tho gentleman who
must entertain much at his club,
will do well to note that the ta
ble will be supplied with this
water. It Is given a prominent
placo on tho wine lltt of tbo
most exclusive clubs In America,
and has been honored by Presi
dential approval when served at
tbo Inaugural Ball Banquet in
Washington. The palate of epi
cures is gratified to the utmost
by WHITE ROCK WATER.
816 Fort Street,
Honolulu, T. H.
Victor Safe & Lock Co,
Ideal Ready Mixed
Improved Stone Filters.
And the Steel Aermotor.
Is a ery easy and elmplo mat
ter whin tho customer has a
stock llko ouis to chooso from,
but It Is to bo remembered that
our store is tho only ono that
has tho Ktoik. Come and see
Prices aro tho lovvist
LEWERS & COOKE,
NEW YEAR WELL
By having your photo
taken. My work It
ol the highest quality
J, J. Williams,
Take elevator In ISoHton Itluck.
J. M. KANEAKUA,
COUNSELLOR A- UAW,
Offlcs Brir-el 8t, Near .ho Postofflce
w, u. reacocK & uo,, Ltd, I
r t7vLV" ' I . cat
Cuban Relief Measure
PASSED 1IN COMMITTEE
Is Reported to House
Washington, March 31. Although
tho Was and Means Committee of the
House today made a favorable report
en tho bill for the relief of Cuba, tho
tjctt-sugar men have not entirely given
up hope. They will carry the fight to
the floor of the House, and although
they do not expert to win tlieic they
believe it will require Democratic
votes to pass the bill. The Scnato
may defeat the measure.
A Bumming up was made this after
noon of tho Republican fortes lined up
iifalnst the Payne bill in tho House.
Reproscntnlve Mctcalf. who Is as well
posted ns nny member on the matter,
said ho understood that nbout forty
Republicans would oto against the
bill, apportioned as follows: Michigan
11, California 7, Wisconsin 7, Minne
sota D, West Virginia 4. Washington 2,
Mnlno 2, and Now York, Iowa and Illi
nois one each. One man in Mlchlgnn
is 'aid to have "fallen down," but on
the other hand oue or two recruits arc
expected before tho final voto Is cast.
There In really a hopeful feeling
nroong certain Senators that tho Cub
an relief bill will be beaten. While
th President's iiitlucnce .8 as potent
... .1... c....... nn t.. .i. it n I, . I
,U U.U DV.-..UW U ... .-- ..UU.V. .. '"
mora so, mere are senators who uc
f Jaro boldly that they will not support
the Administration measure for tho re
lief ot Cuba. Among theso In tho Re
publican ranks arc Perkins and Bard
of California, Nelson and Clapp of Mln-
iKtot.i, Quarles of Wisconsin, Burrows
of Michigan, Hoar of Massachusetts,
Foster of Washington, Mitchell nnd Si
mon of Oregon nnd Jones of Nevada.
OtberH are expected to come Into line.
Srnator Hoar. It Is said, wilt mako
a ttrong speech ngalust tnu measure.
Senator llunows who Is loading tho
nntl-reductlon forces, expresses much
confidence In the outcome.
COMMITTEE VOTES TO
REPORT FOR REDUCTION
Wahhlngton. March 31 Tho Ways
and Means .Committee, by a vote ol
11. to 5, today ordered a favorable re
port on the Pnyno lull for 20 per cent
tariff concessions to Culm, night Ro-
publicans voted for the bill. Two Re
publicans Tawnoy of Minnesota nnd
Mctcalf of California voted against It.
No amendments cm die icclproelty fea
tmo were made, but by general on-i-nt
the United States contract labor
laws wc.ro Included with tho naturaliz
ation and exclusion laws, as appllcablo
to Cuba. A series of llcmociatia
amendments for general revision vvcro
defeated on strict paity votes. The
final vote- in detail was:
Ajes Pajno. Dnlzell, Orosvenor,
Russell. Steele. McCall, Long nnd Bab
cock, Republicans; Richardson, Swan
ton, MeClellan, Democitats 11.
Noes Tnwney and Metcalf, Repub
licans; RobeitHon, Ncwlands nnd
Cooper, Dc-tnoi rats.".
Although the actual vote was 11 to
t. by general consent Mr. Hopkins,
who w.to absent, was recorded In the
nlllrmntivc, making tbo locordi-d voto
12 to .".
(IrciHVi iioi'h amendment Including
tho rontrai-t taboi laws with tliofio i!
immigiullon, etc, to bo ndoptod by
Culm, was agieed to without division.
and was the only nmendment adopted.
This cleared the way for the real test
of strength which wns Tlrnt made cm
Air. Tawne-y's amendment making
.0IS23 the general rate on sugar. I e
taking oil tho differential.
Chairman I'nvnc piomptly ruled this
out of order ns not gcim.iuc, and there
upon Ml. Tnwney nppealed from tho
ruling of the (Imli On the vote tno
chair wiih sustained 0 to o.
It WiiH llcpicxcutatlvc Mctcalf who
111 si KUKKoxted Hint the words "and
commit labor" bo Insutcd In tho
P.ivnc bill, iecuiiing Cuba to enact our
laws relating to contract l.ibor as well
lis tin- immlgiatlon and exclusion lews.
Hut Mote air was nn "liimirge nt," and
his MiKgctdiciii was Ignoiod. Tcdny,
however, (line'iiil (iicmvcnui offtirel
(ill... lu In r,.l.v f.li-.m tlifit nl n
spe.lul mooting of Iho hlinioholde is
the- Kolcm Sutsar Co.. held on tlic 29th
of March. l!iii:, ut iTn utile n of II.
IlacUf Id & Co.. r.td , Honolulu, tbo
folliivvltiK cllicctors wi'ir t'lcctct) for
tin- ciisiiliii; car viz.
C. M. Cooke,
H. A. Isenberg,
ulici, nt a mi'i'tiUK lii'lcl on the ,'tli of
Apr... 1U02. tlfcttd the followinK ofll
cors: Hans Isenberg President.
H. A. Isenberg . Vice-President.
F. Klamp . Secretary.
H. Schultze Treasurer.
Armln Haneberg Auditor.
Tho Adjourned Annual MettlnR of
tho StocMioltlem of tho Intcrlshnd
Steam NavlKatlou Compuny, l.lmlttd,
will lie held at the office nf tho Com
pany. Queen stieet, Honolulu, on Mem
day. Apill llth, 1U02. at 10 o'clock n.m
C. II CLAIM.
2110 td Secietnry.
the same amendment nnd It was adopt
Representative Metcolf was vote d
down repeatedly on his amendments
Hn ottered ono making tho reduction
of duty on Cuban sugar 50 per tent,
nnd when It was defeated he success
ively offered amendments tor in, s 13
and t5 per cent. The committee had
settled upon 20 per cent, however, and
voted Mctcalf down without debate.
Richardson's nntl trust nnieudmem
met tho samo fate. Then Babcock'i
reduction of the duty on stool was sug
U'Stid as an amendment llaboock
said he stood for tno l eduction of tho
duties on steel products, hut that ho
could not support such an nmrtidmcnt
to tho Cuban relief bill.
Representative New lands in offering
his nmendrilent Inviting Cuba to come
Into the United States as a territory,
until li. unlllil nt fnc tlwt Pmnn lillt
if his amendment were adopted Bui.
the amendment was ruled out on n
point of order.
REPORT OF COMMirTEE
Washington. March 31. Chairman
preseuJed to the House
the report of tho Wn)s nnd Means
Committee) on tho Cuban reciprocity
bill, which tho committee had ordered
reported earlier In tho day.
After reciting President Roosevelt's
recommendation in behalf of Cuba,
Payne says: "Out relations to Cuba
lire peculiar. In our declaration of war
with Spain, nnd ever since, we lintf-
solemnly proclaimed to the world that
ul,r UUJltu n"8 lu B" -u"" n h,aul
unci inuependent government We
liae labored for moro than threo
j ears to accomplibh that icsult ami In
tnls endeavor we have (.pared no ex-
pernio. During tbo venrs of prepara
tion wo have given her an example of
tho benefit of law and godd order, of
cleanliness, and of tho preservation of
the public health and of good govern
ment ge ner.ill). She has organized her
government under a constitution, nnd
Is ntiw ready to launch forth among
tho nations of tho onrth In the month
of Mnv "
Payne uxplnlns tho depressed condi
tion of the Cuban sugar Industry as
due to the world's overproduction of
sugar, and says. "This condition
threatened grave disaster to this, the
principal product of Cuba. It Is truo
that labor in Cuba is and for tho past
three months has been fully employed
nt fair-wages; hat theru has been no
distress; but n trustworthy w liter, an
American, not Interested In sugar and
n careful observer, says under dale of
March 20th 'Whllo the masses of
Cuba are not actually suffering from
luck of food, tho planters and business
men arc ou the verge of collapse and
bankruptcy, nnd aio anxiously hoping
for concessions lu tbo United Stnten
lurllf In order that they may receive
new life The merchants hnve large
KiiniK of money trusted out nnd nre not
paving each other. They nio hlmpli
holding oac h other up in the hope o(
ohtulnlng lellcf, and If failures once
begin thov will run like wild fire'
"All tho evidence received before tho
commltte o points to a conclusion that
tho crisis threatened Involves the most
"This threatened financial distress
comes nt tho very tlmo we aro about to
set the Cuban Government up In busi
ness nn Its own nrconnt. Wo hnve per
formed tho part of n guardian up to
the- piosont tlmo and aro about to send
tho ward forth Into tho world. Wo
cannot afford to take tho risk of her
failure If a little timely aid will Insure
The report adds that wet aro hound
to care for our own people, but, after
rev low lug tho American sugar sltua
Hon, suvs: "It can work no Injury to
our Industry If wo make thh Final I
reduction In Cuban sugars Tuc enact
incut of this hiTi will not nlloet tho pro
li'ctlou of tho sugar producers of the
Tolled Stiles. Thero Is no loumnnble
pretense that tho same protcc tiiin on
cither Ciib.in products will limine any
other American Industry.
Tho lepoit iihmtIs Hint the planters
und nut tho rcflneiH, will torch c. Hit
l,,tl..,lltu .., tl... r. . It. nil. ...1 i,I.U
of."Clllm uo,, n"1 'onl l"i,l' n 'n'
(llennt, nor Kliiiulil Hhu he luuteil nn
such. She oiTerK a Rood trade In ro
turn. 1 his nho Is willinK u roucetln
Under the provljlona ot the hill we
tlioiihl be utile to double the amount
of our export trade with uiliu, which
nmoiintH to J28.O0O.OO0 moro thnn that
wo obtained In tho last flaral year."
In conclusion tho report nddH- "It
Ik a happy circumstance that, without
nny Injury to our iuduMrlcH, ami with
out the loss of nnythlnK except $7,000,
000 or fa,000,noo of revenue, which wo
do not need, we aro able to extend this
rcllci to ('iib.t, and nt tTie name tlmo
Ret reciprocal trade relntlcnin with her.
"Aside fiom the exceptional ease
that Cuba presents the action of tho
committee Ik In entire accord with the
loelp.-oclty doctrine of tho Republican
platform and the iloel.iiatloiiH ol the
late Preoldeiit MeiTTnlcj and Piesldent
Roosevelt. R involves no propone el re
vision nf thiTliirlrf cm nnytiiliiK nut e n
tlrelv In harmony with the innluiiii
nnce ut the protective it) stun "
You hive paid for two or three homes during your lifetime.
Especially If you have been paying rent; and we regret that
you have nothing to show for the money spent In this mannt.'.
We hive now on tale lots In the beautiful Puupueo Tract,
wnljh contains the finest suburban property In Honolulu. This
tract commands a magnificent view of mountains and ocean, hae
macadamized streets, artesian water, and the electric car line
panes through the property. For any further Information regard
Ing prices, terms, etc., address
ISLAND REALTY COMFY
204 JUDD BUIL.DINQ.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrlvo and leave this port as hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR BAN FRANCISCO.
SIKHI1A APRIL 10,
...APRIL 26 1
Id connection with tbo sailing ot tho above steamers, me agents aro pro
ared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets uy any rail
osd from San Francisco to all points In the United States, anu from New
'nrk by nny steamship lino to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPI.T TO
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GENERAL A0ENT8 OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific '.Coast.
8. S. NEVAOAN, to tall about April 15th.
8. 8. HAWAIIAN, to sail about May 15th.
Freight received at Company'a wharf, 1 2d St.. South Uroohtjn, at all times.
Prom Sun FranclHco
S. S. HYADE8, to sail April 5.
S. S. HYADES, to sill May 17.
From Seattle unci Tucomii
8. S. CAL1FORNIAN, to sail April 20.
For further particulars apply to
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General Freight AaenL H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Accidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaish
Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
CJAKLIC APRIL 13
.lONOKONO MARU APRIL 22
CHINA APRIL 30
DORIC MAY 8
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Steamers ot tno abovo line, running In connection wltu tbo CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. II. C. and Sydney, N.3.vV
ami calllnB nt Victoria, 11. C, Honolulu, Suvn, FIJI nnd Rrisbane. arc DUE
AT HONOLULU on or nbout tho dates below stated, v.lz.
rom Vancouver anu Victoria, B. C.
(For llrlsbano and Sydney.)
Through Tickets issued from Hanolulu to Canada, United States and
'tirope. For Frolgbt and Passage nn I all general information, apply to
Thco. H.DavlcpVCo.,L.td., GcnM Agents.
GLOBE NAVIGATION COMPANY'S
Connecting Direct without transfor with O. N. Ry., N. P. R.. nnd C. P.
It. Lowest rates of freight from all eastern polntB; shortest possible time.
S. 6. EUREKA, from Seattle APRIL 10
8. 8. TAMPICO, from Seattle MAY 10
For further information address
L. E. BBBBB,
2 Brewer Building, Honolulu. AGENT HAWAIIAN I8LAND8.
Globe Nav. Co., Seattle, Wash,; P. W. Rochester, 308 Market 8t., 8. F.,
Agents of above roads, will furnish Information.
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Port Kt.t bet. Queen und Mcrcluint
everything first class. Complete lint
Key West and Domestic Cigars alwayi
II, J. NOLTE, - Proprietor,
THE AMOUNT PAID
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAID FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
HOME TOO. j
APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
CO, LTD. AGENTS.
, from 8ydney and Brisbane
(For Victoria and Vancouver. II. C.)
MOANA APR. 9
MIOWKRA MAY 7
Everything New, Good Table, Nice
Dedrooms, 8ample Room for Commer
cial Travelers. Opposlto Landing, lino
view, cool nnd comfortable. Terms
Lines of Travel.
.CROSS THE CONTINENT TROM
THE TRAINS' DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
lr THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Illnsn Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ed I and Library Cars, with Barber
lop anc Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-cirle).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
H. LOTHROP, General Agent
lit Third street. Portland, Oregon.
. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent.
Wo. 1 Montgomery St.,San Francfoco.
I, U LOMAX, O. P. & T. A.,
'7I Omaha, Nebraska.
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KING STREET LINE.
Cltl Ittrt Wllklkl lor ton t J es. 6 I), t 45 A M
todtvery ismlnuttt thmalttr till 1041. ti;ti nl
iijiP.m Iron Wilklkl to to tin Puruhou Sufctet
Can R Rinet orPlwia iwlus lor tova it
t JA M. tnd vtrjr tt mlnutcf trirrt liter till icoSPJn.
Ciri Itivt Fort ini King itrcttl comer lor PaUni
I6io AH. in4 tvtrjr ij nlautti liter till n 1
Cirt ItiTt lor Pitani only it j an j-p A M,
Cirt litrt Piltmi lor Wilklkf j el A it. ul tiur
15 Blount nil oel P , ttwnitio it inl totjr.n.
rtitiitS A Iron Pitani lor Pimthoil oolr eoo
Cltl Uvt Tort inl King ttrnticonin lot Rlfll
Rinci it 5 so inJ tuAM
Cirt lir Fort ini King ttrtttt comer lor Wilklk
16 03 A M. tni tvtiy 1? minuter till lo.ojr. men it
to h ini 11 05 r M. The 11 )J P.M goti to Wilklkl
BERETANIA STREET AND r'tJUANV VALLEY.
Cirt leive Punihou Sterli lor Town it t to inl
I tor TottttinJ Villey it s 40 3 jo 6 to v o 6 40 r inl
110 A M.
I Cinleive Oiliu College lorton inl Villey it
1 6 o 6 30 ini 1 10 A M ml every to rntnutel tfll to-10
r.M except the even hour inJ tiitt, bour ciri whkb
,un ,,ura ifiv oiar.e
e.lrllelveuulnu villey it 6 to 6 jo I 30 A, M inl
very to ninulet tnereitler tilt 10 30 P H
Ciri lent lort in J Qjeen tercets lor Punihou
College it 6 03 6 ij f 43 A M ini rvery 10 talnutei
tier till 9 43 PM Alter thlt the ciri ran to the
Stitleuptort scp m. which It thtlittcir frooi Town
niching the SliMe it 11 10 P M
relephonc to All Parts of the Mind.
KEALAKEKUA. - HAWAII
J. G. UKXKIQUES, PHOP.
Horses und Carriages
To the Volcano or tho Mountain!.
An excellent chance la offered for
8EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriage meet the S. S. Mauna uu
it Kallua and take passengers overland
to Hookena, where the steamer la met
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 188?.
STATIONS HAIIY DAIIY
(UutaiM) ii. Sun DAItv ei bun DAILY DAILY
An am. Am. p.m. i- m.
Monotulo t io 913 11.0s 113 5 to
Peirl City 1 01 9 41 1140 4T 1 S
Ei Milt In 10 14 100 403 to
Wilinie 1030 443 .. .
Wililui., . 1133 340 ....
Klhukc Its 013 ....
(lov.rl) ei. Son. daiiy daily daily
A M. A M P.M P.M.
ICihuku t S .... mjA
W1I1I1.1 .10 .... 130
Wilinie t 10 ... s 33
Ewe Mill t'30 e es les 4.S1
Peirl City .013 1 01 1:10 431
Honolulu (.30 1)3 so irt
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O. P. DBNISON. Superintendent
Drays lor Freight
Our representative meets all Incom
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