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KVENINQ BULLETIN. HONOLULU. If. T.. TUHSDAV, AWUL 15. 1002.
I CURB MEN
A man Is like n steam engine. It takes steam to make him go. My o
Belt pumps that steam Into him. o
Mr. A. Crawford, Pokegamn, Or., says: "I am 70 years old, but
your licit has made me feel like 35."
That's how It makes so many old men feel young. ?
Try It, you weak man; you will find youth nnd lgor In It after
everything else falls. 0
Call and test It free, or I will send you my Illustrated book. fr, o
If you will Inclose this ad. o
o Dp. M. H. McLaughlin, S2KlL I
o Office hours: 8 a. m. to 8:30 p.m. Sundays, 10 to 1. Never sold by drug o
NO FLAT BOTTLES
At the Dinner Table
A Diluter for Wine
STILL wines are made spark
ling when mixed with " " "
white rock water
They are. In this way, given a
zest aud life, unequaled except
by the best champagne. Tho
diner out or tho gentleman who
must entertain much at his club,
will do well to note that the ta
blo will be supplied with this
water. It Is given a prominent
place on tho wine list of the
most exclusive clubs In America,
and has been honored by Presi
dential approval when served at
tho Inaugural nail llanquet In
Washington. Tho palate of epi
cures is gratified to tho utmost
by WHITC ROCK WATER.
W. C, Peacock & Go,, Ltd.
816 Fort Street,
Honolulu, T. H.
Victor Safe & Loci; Co.
Ideal Heady Mixed
Improed Stono Filters.
And the Steel Aermotor.
Is a very easy and Blinplo mat
ter when the customer has a
stock like ours to choose from,
but it Is to bo remembered that
our storo Is tho only ono that
has -the Block. Come and tee.
Prices are tho lowest
LEWERS & COOKE,
NEW YEAR WELL
By having your photo
token. My work Is
ot the highest quality
J. J. Williams,
Take elevator In Boston lllock.
J. M. KANEAKUA,
COUNSELLOR A -AW,
Brfrol St., Near the Poatofflce.
WITH LAME DACKS,
WITH WEAK NERVES, o
WITH LOST VITALITY, o
with nil tfioso signs which tell a
innn he Is breaking down, losing 0
lils grip. I have the remedy o
which gives back that snap, flro o
and vim of youth. My cures sell
my llelt. They proe what 1
say about It.
Mr A. C. Hammond, 39 Mer- o
chants' Exchange Building, San o
Francisco says: "Your Delt has
cured me at the age of 73, of ?
weakness In the back and kid- o
neys. and has given me more o
vigor nnd sound health than I
have had for years."
A CHANCE FOR THOSE DESIRINQ
A GOOD HOMESTEAD.
FOR SALE At a reasonable flnire.
a freehold estato at Walomau. star
Walohlnu. Tho property consists of
a substantially built and well-furnished
house with a good water sunnlvt
also cartsheds, servants' quarters, di
vision fences for safe handling ot cat
tle nnd 363 acres of land, 147 acres of
the land adjoins house and there Is a
privilege to securo 104 acres contig
uous. There Is on the land fenced
portions containing coffee, orange and
other fruit trees In bearing. All Ibe
lands arc alongside or near to tho Gov
ernment road. Nearly all the land bas
substantial stone fences. With the
above go all cattle, horses and rigs,
wagons, etc., etc. For particulars np
ply to CHAS. MEINECKE.
Walohlnu, Kau, Hawaii.
Parties vtsltlni? fjlhnln nvtA llta fa.
and of Mmil In erpnprnl Mn rnra nttlt
able conveyances nnd ca'eful drivers
ai me ciuHttH STABLES, Lahalna,
mana or Maul.
Commercial men ulll h far!1!,!!..
looked after with suitable rigs.
New York, Jlaich 29. The following
figuies will show how retail prices of
meat have risen since January
I'lko In January .Mutton chop. 18
cents; price at present. 24 cents.
Shoulder of lamb In Januaiy. 7 cents;
present price. 0 cents. Leg of lamb
In Jnniury, 12 1-2 cents; present
pi lie IS rents. Hind quarter of mut
ton In January. 14 cents; present
price 1C cents. Sirloin Btiak In Janu
aiy, IS cents; now 20 cents.
rresh meat Is now rcgaided bi
many people as a luxury and hundreds
ol the smaller dealers In greater New
Yoik. Jersey City and Hohoken are
cm tho verge of shutting down. Tho
dealers clo not expect early llef.
They declare the packing companion
nicn form the "beef truRl hnv rais
ed the pi lees und that a further IS
per cent Int lease has bn'ii ordered.
Their flguies show that mutton chops
have risen In the last lew tttwhs troin
IS cents to 24 ceans, while nrlcs of
many otiirr meats have Jumped almot
as gienilv. If u meal
on un Independent bails the trJit
opens an opposition shop near by. un-
lersells and foiec-s the Independent
man uut of business.
MOIttJ ELEGANT TRAINS
Chicago, March 25. The Hock Isl
and Itallroad has determined to spend
In the neighborhood or $2,000,000 to
build ten new trains for the Chicago
California scnlco through El 1'as-o.
The new trains w..i be as elegant and
expensive In equipment as any now
running between Chicago and the Pa
It Is lerognlzed by the Hock Island
olTtcials that unless this is don? it will
be HbelesH to try to compete with tri
other two icmtes which now have
(lliough m-iIcc to the Coast. The
new trains will lie delivered to the
Southern Puc itlc ai EI l'ao, and from
'heie on Southern Pacific- engines and
Southern Pacific- news will operate
them. It Is undeistood that the
Southern Pacific will haw built ten
or nmie now engines to take care of
'he through trains tiom t nlcni.0 to
'I ho agreement wheiehy through
rains f mi be run has been reached re
cently between traffic officials of thee
two companies but it Is slated that the
trains will not be put In service until
next fall. Tlie trains that will be con
structed for use In this connection
will he full vestibuled nnd the
All) be limited.
HUSHHLI. K.Gn HIT.
New Ynik. Mnnh 2.",. It Is Interest
Ing news to the street lliat "Uncle"
Russell Sage has been bit hard of latu
with "calls" oil Rock Island. He sold
ery llbeiiilly at mound lti'i. With
Rock Island at ISO the aged specula
or has had to wilte out many heart
breaking cheeks of late.
Sage is understood to have alvi Is
sued calls cm Missouri 1'ar-irlc when
Misstmii 1'aeltlc was scdllng around GO.
and not a little stuck has been called
rum nun til iius inn nnge nuiniis
hat he has been pinched at times on
-alls on Hock Island stuck, but Aould
not say to what extent or at what
'rice or whether th- transactions
eiv of recent date.
it Is n fuit. howeei. that a call on
'00 shares, sold by Sage at 1C5. was
erclsed the other day, tho stock bo-
'nt; sold against call at practically the
'ugliest pi lees recorded It is common
gossip that there have been many nth
- such calls slmllaily taken advan
PIKES OF All i
Chinese Exclusion Bill
PASSED BY HOUSE
With the Sailor Clause
Washington, April 7. At 5 o'clock
this afternoon, nftcr a day of winng -
ling over amendments, tho Chinciso!
exclusion bill was passed by the House
by a viva voce vole. It was launched,
in tho mnln, as though the skids were
greased nnd all props knocked nwny.
As It went balling down, Champ Clark
snt up an echoing cry, claiming tho
cr'dlt for the Democratic party. Uut
Chairman llltt of the Foreign Affairs
Committee. In charge of the bill, re
buked Clark, nnd i-ald tho measure
was one that should have no politics
lusted Into it. nnd that Clark might
better have spoken as an American
tli in ns n Democrat. This sentiment
Win, applauded by the whole Hepubll
As passed the bill practically re-en-ads
all the existing exclusion laws
and incorporates with thera the exist
ing treaty regulations. It extends
Ui-h exclusion laws to the Philippines
and the other possessions of the Unit
ed ttiitcs and forbids Chinese labor
Id cur colonial possessions coming In
to Uilo country. The Philippine Com
mission, by the terms of the bill. Is
directed to adopt proper measures for
the enforcement of the provisions ol
the Mil In the Philippines.
The bill Is a composite. It Is based
en Ibe original Kahn bill as agreed
upon by the Pacific Coast delegation,
bn Ollfers considerably from that bill
to Important particulars. During to-day-)
proceedings Important amend
rcente were added, the most notable,
htlru,: on" offered by Kahn. profiling
that no vessel under American regis
ter slull employ Chlncso crews in voy
su.es terminating at an American port
TMs nmendment was valiantly fought
by '"jeli war horses ns Cannon of Mil
uois. but Kahn had the Republican
majority with him as well as a few
Democrats, and the amendment was
adopUel, 100 to 71. Representative
Hafca led tho fight for the amendments
and w;ih throughout necorded close at-
crdol close attention and hearty sup-
pert Representative Coombs sat by
Kahn atid gave strong help, otfering
uin-Mlments nnd making several tell-
ii,g speeches. Representatives Met-
mil McLichlau, Nccclhani and Woods
all on hand and voted ns a unit.
Vtien tho sections defining tho ex-
einjr'.ed classes canio up there was
Much debate. Cannon said he believ
ed Hero should be more Ilherality in
ouioittlng Chinese merchants. Coombs,
hatin and others declared thnt the
frauds by Chinese pretending to b
)M re bants were moro numerous than
an other. Amendments to let In rep
usentatlves of Chinese houses were
V.'ttn section II, contuiiiing a list
cf torts of entry for Chinese, came
1 Sherman of New orl; offered an
hinetidment Including TTalonc unci Og
deDsburg, New York; Bridgeport, AI-
librpti, Albany null Roxbury. Vermont,
feed oih-r points along the northern
henkr. This was opposed by the
.vjHMul CaliforniauH. Illtt nlso oh
e.tvil. lie deHlnied that the openiug
ol the poits there would render the
i. ......Iln a? r'l.l ....I
shop is opened" ""'"'", "' """""' " " "'"-
als the trjull1"61'? nuH'fy tho law. Kahn pointed
cj.it that the Commissioner General ot
tajoicrtitlon under the bill was an
'remtd to name moro ports If he
d' fined it advisable. So the amend
n.ent was cited clown.
Champ Clark offered a substitute' for
n-etlon 12 to require Chinese In the
ir,"iiar territory of the United Stntes
to procure ceitlllcntcs of registration
within twelve months ami empower
i:,.; tho Commissioner of Immigration
to makei rules nnd regulations for the
r-nstratlon of Chinese lu all the liisu
).xr t rrltorles except tho Philippine
i'lMnle. Si-diem .'!! of the bill author
:z.' tho Philippine Commission to
Make needful regulations for enfore
liif, tho uct In that archipelago.
The, sailors' clause came up as an
ad. in lou to section US. Champ Clitrl;
cntredannniendment prohlbltliiK tl.o(pI'f,!;uYnlDB hl( Rom, (0
employment of Chinese on American f Princeton, tho next town, Saturday
vcsels. Knhn offeied another to tho morning anil when returning liouio
aino effect, but also Including n pro ,r,ul1 tn R"'nl " r,, on " ""Is" train.
. .I.,- i . . i t . . The conductor put them off, and they
u.ion that In ens., of strcs of wcath- KUllKoc t() ,,', fivo mt,H of Tfl.
r American essels might engage ton. where several heavy ties wore
Chinese crews If In a place where oth- p..ed across the track along which the
-r crews could not bo obtained. Clark " ""enn-i was din- to puss soon. For-
w...n...i .i.io .. i .i .. .,. , tutiately a lato freight train, pulled by
no epted this us u substitute. Perkins ., ,',., ,,,,.. nn.inn. i;.
Ul ,U,K ma,,u a P"11 '""'"-t
r,galnst the amendment that It was
not germanu to tho bill. Tho tltio of
the hill ho said wns to nrohlblt the
xne inn, no siuu, wns to prohibit the
coming Into nnd to regulate realdencu
within tho United States, etc., of Chi-
peso persons, tho amendment, he
claimed, hud nothing to oo with pio
hlbltlng tho entry of Chinese Bailors
Into tho United States, bin attempted
to keep them off American ships.
Moody of Washington, who was act
ing chairman of tho commltteu of the
whole, unstained the point oi order
n0 I10nted out, howuver, that if
amendment proposed to prevent tho
employment of Chlucso sailors on
American ships touching at American
portB, where such sailors might nt
tempt to laud, tho amendment would
bo germane. Kahn thereupon changed
nls niuetiilniciit to read: "l shall be
unlawful for nny vessel holding
American roijlbter on a voyngo tc mil
living nt nn Amcrlrnn port, to have
or to employ In Its crow nny Chlnoso
person not entitled
.tho United States."
to admission to
ruled that tho
amendment as amended was germane.
It was now proposed, ho bald, to ex
cludo Chinese sailors from the United
Stntes. Sailors, under the terms of
tho bill, were classed ns laborers who
are to be excluded. As tho bill Is full
of safeguards against tho fraudulent
entry ol forbidden elasics, this
amendment wns strictly In line with
the others shutting out laborers.
Illtt spoke against this amendment
saying there were few Americans In
tho ships crewB on tho Pacific Coast.
He spoko of tho great heat in tin fire-
rooms, anil said Americans could not
stand It. Metcnlf called his ntlcntloi
to the Government transports, which
employ white crews exclushcly. llllt
argued that American vessels with
American crews could not compels
with vessels under other flags employ
Champ Claik i-nld he believed the
threat of certain steamship companies
to change their registry to rtrltMi
tho bill were i-nactcd was baslcss. II
thought tho profit of the coastwise .
business, which Is enjoyed only bj
American vessels, was too great for i
these companies to forego.
Cannon declared that tho passage I
of the- nmendment would prevent
construction of American vessels. He
argued that the Inability of American
vessels to compete with other vessels
would Injure the i ntlro shipping bus
Iness. and thus work Injury to the
Ami'rlcnn seamen Instead of benefit
as intended by the amendment.
A vote being taken, the amendment
wns declared adopted. A division wan
ordered, and even this did not satisfy
the' opposition, who demanded tellers.
The vote, as nnniiunccd by the fellers,
wns 100 to 71 In favor or the amend
Finally the hill was completed with
sundry minor amendments, and
Champ Clark announced: "Havini; se
cured all the. amendments of Impor
tance asked for by tho Democratic
substitute-. I will not press that substl
llltt Immediately replied to Clark,
declaring that It was tho first time he
had hi'nrd politics mentioned in con
neetlon with the bill. It was a bill fot
the protection of American labor and
not a party measure. Ho was not
aware. In twenty years' experience on
tlio Foreign Affairs Committee, that
there was ever n Democratic iiilnorlt)
before. Ho moved that tho committee
rise nnd report the bill to the House
with the recommendation that it pass.
Speaker Henderson iiraumiug Hie gav
el. Chairman Moody leportcd the bill
with amendments und recommended
Its passage us amended.
The amendments were udopte-d with
out debate, nnd the bill was then pass
eel by n wva voce vole. After the
Speaker announced the ichiiR n dc
maud was made lor a cllilslou, but the
Speaker said it was too late Illtt
then moved trial the vote be lecunsld
ered and thut the motion be laid on
the table, nlileli was doue
Planned to Wreck
An Express Train
Trenton. Mo.. March 3D. C.eorge
nusch, aged 1ft years, nnd (leorge
Young, aged 20, sons of respectable
parents of this city, made an unsuc
cessful attempt lato Saturday night
to wreck cast-hoiinu Chicago, Rick Isl
and and Pacific passenger train No.
11!, about five miles caBt of horo. The
track at this point is on a high em
bankment nnd a derailment could
Hcurcely lunn occurred without tho
loss of many lives. Dntli boys were
arrested nnd one hns confessed. Their
motive appears to have been revenge
for having been put off n freight train
Dime novels are also believed to hau
at tho spot a few minutes nhead of tho
passenger. Tho weight of the engine
"'"I lllt' '' r" ol !"'l' ' which
,hf ,raln wns KolnK I"181"-''1 ,no ou-
Btrlu,t.on oft tll( trnpk W10t nny
damage being dono. Word was tele-
grapned ahead to iirrest Ilnsch nnd
Yimug and tin were taken ns thoy
IJCI1 tlfflc "Hllf
'? peixorv ' ee.irinlt-ed
ill tin viir due propel 1
e MK h'U Mil, I b I
Jo tors .inj drujn '. It riwn lii-rvi
-trniiK ciiivnt ul cle IrMtv .mil lei-llvl
lcnuLitcJ. IliimJ to upiTvedc-othi'is. t:.in
bt h ij from the uiulrrslRiifJ onlvt uu
aernlHi nndiinuiit. Ircul r fne. AdJrcs
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Fui.ciVM. Sent tree to Il.iw.ui for 5.00
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You have paid for two or three homes during your lifetime.
Especially If you have been paying rent; and we regret that
you have nothing to (how for the money spent In this mannv.'.
We have now on sale Iota In the beautiful Puupueo Tract,
wnlsn contains tho flneet suburban property In Honolulu. Thle
tract commands a magnificent view of mountains and ocean, has
macadamlxed streets, artesian water, and the electrlo car line
paeaei through tho property. For any further Information regard
ing prices, terms, etc, addresi
ISLAND REALTY COIVIP'Y
; Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this lino will arrlvo and leavo thle port as hereundor:
FROM SAN FRANCIBCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
SIIIRRA APRIL lGlSONOMA APP.IT. IS
hONOMA . .
SIHIIRA . . .
MAY Cg.HIKHllA . .
...JUNK G ALAMRDA
. ...Jl'NH 18 I SONOMA .
....JUNK 27'ALAMKDA ,
In connection wltk mo sailing or tho noovo steamers, tno agents are pro
ved to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
oad from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from Now
rork by any steamship line to all F.uropean ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLT TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.. Ltd.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
NBW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific .Coast.
S. S. NEVADAN, to tall about April 15th.
S. S. HAWAIIAN, to tall about May 15th.
Freight recoiled nt Company's wharf, ISd St.. South llrookln, nt all times.
Prom Sun FrnnclHco
S. 3. HYADE8, to tail May 17.
S. S. AMERICAN, to tall June 15.
Freight received at Company's wharf, Stewart Slieet Pier 20.
From Souttlo nnd Tncoma
S. S. CALIFORNIAN, to sail April 20.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSE,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Dccidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaish
8teamera of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA. FOR 8AN FRANCISCO.
IIONOKONC. MARU APRIL 22
CHINA APRIL 30
DORIC MAY 8
FOR QENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
H. H&CKPBLP & CO. LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of the above line, running In connection tviu tho CANADI
AN PA-JIFIC RAILWAY CO. hotween Vancouver. U. C, and Sydnty. N.S.iV,
nnd calling at Victoria, U. C Honolulu, Hiivu, I'lJI and Urlshanc, aro DUE
AT HONOLULU on or about the dates below Btated, viz.:
rrom Vancouver anu Victoria, D. C. 1 rrom 8ydney and Driabane.
(For llrlsbano and Sydney.) (For Victoria and Vancouver. 11. C.)
MOANA . . ...MAY 10 MIOWERA MAY 7
MIOWT.RA . . JUNK 7IAORANOI Jl'NH i
MOANA ... Jll.Y 5 1 MOANA Jl'I.Y 2
Through TickotB iBsucd from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
turope. For Freight and I'assago iu I all general Information, apply to
Theo. H.Davlce&Co.,Ltd., Gen'lAftcnte.
GLOBE NAVIGATION COMPANY, LTD.
PUCET SOUND-HONOLULU ROUTE.
Connecting Direct without transfer with 0. N. Ry N. P. R., and C. I'.
Lowest rates of freight from all eastern points; shortest possible tltuo.
S. EUREKA, from Seattle, on or about APRIL 10
S. TAMPICO, from Seattle, on or about MAY 10
For further Information address
L. E. BEEBE,
2 Brewer Building, Honolulu. AGENT HAWAIIAN I8LAND3.
Globe Nav. Co., Ltd., Seattle, Wash.; P. W. Rochester, 308 Market St.,
. F.l Arjents of above roads, will furnish Information.
Waialua Beach Hotel
A. WENNER, Manager.
Now Open for Business. Fin
est of Accommodation. Finest
of Dathlnrj, Be Sure to Get
Off at Walalua 8tatlon.
RATES $2.50 per day;
Special Rates by Week or
For further Information ad
THE AMOUNT PAID
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAD FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
ALAMKDA APRIL 30
. -MAY 21
OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
NIPPON MARU APRIL 25
FRKINO MAY 3
Everything New, Good Table, Nlct
Bedrooms, Sample Room for Commor
clnl Travelers. Opposite Landing, fine
view, cool and comfortable. Terms
G. FREELANO, -
Llnea of .'ravel,
CROSS THE CONTINENT TRO
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM 8AN FTtANC33O0.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
sly THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
vllniQ Palace Sleepers. Duffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Dtcber
lop and Pleasant Reading Rorcu.
Dining Cars (Mcala a-la-cartt).
Free Reclining Chair.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepcti.
M. LOTHROP, General Arjnnt.
US Third street, Portland, Orecoo.
. W. HITCHCOCK. Oenoral AReat,
Ko, 1 Montgomery SL.San Franctea
. L. LOMAX. O. P. A T. A..
'T1 Omaha. Nebrtckx.
Hawaiian Tramway's Tine
KINO STREET tINB.
Cut lr Wmiki (or tows .i.lii.ln ..
odtvtrr n minute, th.uiluf Mil ,,,. ,,;,,
II J r., fion Wallelkl to to tho Pimakoa SuMo.
Cfl IttnR P.nt ofl'i.i. iwlkaNrtoMtl
.I)A.. Mi titty ii nlnutll lh.ro Ikr ni iiji.
Cm Utvi Fort tri Ko( n.i cotmc tx Pla
It. io A.M. ao4 tvorr i Blotrtn oner Oil tnj
Cm liart for Patino only HiiMcii KM.
Cm Itivi Pil.ni for Wilkikt j iia.ac run
MBlnotntlllocsr n, tvn it o: o4 biij
Ranta at s to anl 1111 m
i.an iiiti . on ana s.ln mkuckm toi RMIa
i.a. naval ort and
klnr itKi corw-lrWat!k
fteA M. andav
li and t.y,i pj
. I mlnulai 111, ... Amii
ardtmip.n. fha ll.lir.K. rmatraUl
BERETANIA STREET AND J'tJUMfU VAttSY.
Cara liavt Puliation SlaMa (or Ton acjioj
lor Ton and Valky at j 40 J.JO 6.10 :w ttt r atd
r.to A M
Caralian Ollm Collaja lor town a4 Viatayal
y t jo and t.io A.M and vir 19 aitmna n aacn
P.M. aactrl tlx avrn hour and ball, bovr cava wf
run Iron tha Static
Cart liavt Nuuanu Vatlay at tV.o 6 v 6:i A.R aai
vary 10 ailnutti thmallir till .0 to r,.
Cara liava Fort and Quatn alrrata lor PseaafcM
Colliroat 06a tisAM and tvary ao Mnra
attar till 041 P.M. Altrr that tha cara raimtii
SlatlatlOtO 11:10P.M. whkh It tha liri ft Fmm Taw
raachtor tha Slatta atirpPM
relephone to All Parts of tha Murf.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. a. HENHIQUKS, PROP.
Horses and Carrlailes
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance la offered for
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the 8. ti. Uxum uut
at Kallua and take passengers orerUnd
a Hookcsa, where tho steamer ta mec
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January L 18Jt.
STATIONS. OAlir OAltY
tOurward) rx. Sun DAILY n. Sun DAllT oaitT
A.M. AM. A.M. P.M. 9M.
Honolulu . .. t .a 9.1 i.f :S ra
Pairl City. .. I.01 oil 11 to mt If
Ewa Mill. .. Si 1001 taoo al a
Walanaa 10 o auf ..
WJI" :i ....
Kahulnr ia.i t:if ....
(Inward) i. Sun. Daily duly 0A.1Y
AM. A.M P.M PJd.
Kahoku i:)5 .... a-w
Walalua J. 10 .... k-p
Walanaa r.to . m
EwnMJII y.yt 1.41 isa- ci
Curl City 6. 1 j I uya .s
Honolulu 6)0 I: )l vol -pi
F 0. SMITH. Oen'l Past. & Ticket JLfX.
n V DRNIRON. Superintendent
Draye Tor Freight
Our representative moets all Incom
ing steamers from the Coast, and w
check baggage on all outgoing tteam
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Office with Evening Bulletin, lit
King atreeL Tel S6.
W. LARSFH. B'fr.
When You Want a Rig
RtNO U Till
LIVERY BOARDING aai
l l l l : 518 FORT STREET
Btabla Thoue. 109 Main.
Hack Htand, 'Phones 319 and 32.
C. H. UELLINA.
Honololn Iron Worts.
Improved and modern 8UQAR UA
CH1NKR1' ot every capacity and de
scription made to order. Roller wort
and nrVBTED PIPES for lrrigxtloa
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid, to JOD WORK, and rotMln
executed at shortest nolle
COTTON BR08 & CO
ENOINCKKS AMI ! : X
Pianl aoi aitlmatea lumlihai tor all claua.
Tel. Main 245.
The Kvenlug Iliilletin, 75 cents fer