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BUNDAY BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T H., SUNDAY, APRIL 20, f02
, ,TiJ ffjp9" v" rti -T ' Wr ' - -
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k' Agent, Broken and Jobbers.
W. G. Irwin & Go.
Western Sugar Refinery Company ot
Baldwin Locomotlvo Works of l'hila
dclDMa. Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Unlvcrnal Mill Co. (National
Cano Shredder) .New York, U.S.A.
N. Ohlandt tk. Co.'s Chemical Fertlll-
Alex. Cross & Sons' high grado Fertl
llzera for Cano and Codec.
Reed's Steam PIpo Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
ParaOlno Paint Co.'s P.& R. Paints and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil.
raw and boiled.
Indurlno (a cold water paint), In white
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co , Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walmea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, Si. Louis, Mo.
The Standard Oil Co.
Tho Oeo. F Illako Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Innuranco Co.
The Aetna Flro Ins. Co. ot Hartford,
Tho Alliance Assurance Co. ot London.
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN.Ud
II. P. Baldwin Presldnt
J. B. Castle First Vice President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vlco Prcs
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. R, Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
AGENTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co., Haiku Sugar Co- Pata Plan
tatlon Co., Nablku Sugar Co.. Klhcl
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co,
Kahulul Railroad Co., and
The California and Oriental S, S, Co
Wm. G, Irwin & Go
Wm. O. Irwin. .President and Manngcr
Clans Sprockets Vice President
W M. Glffard..Sccund Vlco President
TI. M. Whitney Jr.....Trcas. nnd Sec.
Geo. J. Rofs Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
LIFE and FIRE
Insurance - Agents
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
SURANCE CO. OF BOSTON.
AETNA FIRE IN8URANCE COM.
PANY OF HARTFORD.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen 6treet, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co, Oohala
8ugar Plant. Co., Ouomca Sugar Co.,
Houomu Sugar Co., Wailuku Sugar Co,.
Makeo Suur Co.Haleakala Ranch Co.
The Planters' Linn of San Francisco
Packets. Chas. Brewer & Co.'s Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS:
0. M. Cooke, President; George
uooerison, .Manager; n. v. Bishop
Treasurer and Secrotnry; Col. W. F,
Allen. Auditor; P. ft. Jnnna ir Wn
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO.,
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolso Insurance Co.
Union Gas Englno Co.
Domestic Sowing Machine, Etc.
General Manager of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Ot the United States for the
OFFICE, Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Design your own ledgers, casn
bookB, etc. If you cro undecided, we
will help you. That Is In our lino and
the PRICK 18 RIQHT, at the EVEN.
The Chairman What Is this (injec
tion out Sere?
Mr. lloyil. Thnt In what w call tho
head of the Island of Maul. That Is a
cry rugged countrj.
The Chairman Not Kimei-ptllilo ot
Mt. Ilod. That has not Iioen demon
strated, I would not tike to Kay any
thing In that regard. There ate some
lands hero which are Known its ninto
lands which, I think, are susceptible
of eultUatlou, hut tho land belonging
to the Government Is in many canes
all cut up.
The Chairman. Is there any elt or
town of nn consequence' on this Ixt
Mr. Uod. There are oul two cities,
or lllages, ns ou might call tlieni
WalluKit and Lahalna.
The Chairman. What In tie difficult
about appllng our land laws to this
Mr llod The United Slates land
law Is so generous In Its terniH ami the
peculiar conditions existing out thero
nre such that n cnreful review Is iced
ed before the lands are put on tho
market. That U tho Idea Ah I hue
stated, our lands He sandwiched be
tween thoHe of pi l ate owners, and to
homestead those lauds uudei the np
pratsement mid classification of the
present bill would be injurious to tho
Territory Wo want to put out these
lands to the best Adautago
The Chairman That Is to sa. these
lands aro ot arlng Milues
Mr Rojd They are of xarlng al
ues Some of the lands Ijlng In one
district are worth from J100 to $200
an acre, while other lands In their lm
tnidlate It Intt uru not worth fi cents
The Chairman. If this land is worth
$100. whnt Is this otner land wor'h?
Mr Ilod I am not prepared to say.
That Is finest land.
The Chalnnaii Can ou idee us any
Senator Cot 1,1 ell What kind or tlm
her Is there on It'
Mr Hold It Is IT:e old hih-i les of
Hawaiian tin est lalltd the Koa wood
anil the lelnia w 1 Tho l.o.i wood Is
ury gooil wood, from which furniture
can be made, tho othei Is good only
lor firewood. I
The Chairman. Whit h Is the nioio
alualdo die land nei them en this
Ml llol If watu au be ilile-ltiil
nut hero, I tlilul, this will tin n bo tlm .
more nluablu hind
Senator C'ockrell What Is tho ills-i
tniuo, nnd what kind of n iuu.il or tun
nel would be required'' I
Senatoi Fostei. H would take nnolli
er Nknrnuuu Cntuil to got mor llnse,
Ml llod They iinec n c until In to.
tunning from lloouianu eliur nemss
lieu, from about X to 10 fei t widn anil
ii feet dep It Is u very largo (anal
Thi Cliali man Leading around
Mi llojd l. adlug aiiiuuil hoii
The Chairman So that, fioui nn (n
glnoering point of Uew. It Is fourllitn
to bring that water around.'
Mr ltod It Is feasible. es. sir In
granting water rights in in leasing
loud for the water, we- generally put ot out theatoi goois. bin giown up to,"1 "" "' '"' ' ' unchet on
conditions In tho lease that will iu !B . .eu.arknbh. womanhood. ShJ"'" "l"'";' 8 "I''"1 1BI,,,"nr
tect private Hghts and tho forests It siueessful """." ". ".' " " yti"8'
is nceorsnry that that should bo .Ion ' , "'"" and which, strange ns It may seem In
The Chairman. Now give us one of Bt,,'H- lm" """ v"'ah' "" ,'"" ""1 f "'' '-' " '" "Ulo Lord
Sour other mniis. ,',lt- )ll,l' "t"1 social piestlge. .Moie I'auntleioj," she cnusldeis her real
Mr. llojd Yon will iinthe fiiitn an over, she Is oiiii ot the most populai ,I,',"1- wntehed with eager Inter
Inspeetioii of the next map whl.h lep Iwi.mon Tin the stage. r '" t,IOSP ho ,",l, Pl"ll '
resruts tho Isla C Oaliu. that the ul creel has been one of ox.cp "hi" oiiM be m .llaappolntlnB ai met
Government lauds a... do.ie.islng In tlonal rellneniont nnd comfort. Some. I1"1'"'1 a(t"'88 nre Ml,en ,hey Krow "I1'
,,w,.n 'i.. .,, .k ...,. ' s" 'lulcldy piovod thnt her acting
(Mr. llojd then piuihiuil n map of
the Island ul Oaliu) j
Tho Chiilrnmn. What Is Iheie on
this Island that Is important.' j
Silintm 1'iiHtoi 'Iheie Is Pi .ii I liar,
bur, Is then
I'nirl II it hoi Is
Toll us soiuiihlug
Tin so Illicit jellow
llte Chnli man
nbout that Island
portions rVprisent the- pilldle lands, do
Mr. llojd Thej do. The moil of (hut
Island Is tloij squaie inllea, nnd jou sonallj biipei Intending hut education, i
eon see foi yourselves, gentlnueii, It was he who (list brought her out as I
that the public lauds are ucuttffeM nil the child In "Edith's Burg'ar."
over Ii. A good iioitlon or this land Thin sho was sent nbiond to travel
has been set apart by the IInltcdUt i tho Continent. For n jear or I
States foi a military naval icsoivn- moie sho lived In Fiance, nrtor which i
Hon. she letiirned to New Yoik mid I'liteied I
The Chairman. That Is this jellow Miss Etj's school, whero her eduintlon
part? , was completed. Through thesn lattot
Mr Rojd Right up to this innunlaln joins It was decided for her that sho
range, and also this one; jos I should lemaln lii'pilvnto life. '
Senatoi Cuckiell What Is tho poiu
latlou of the Island?
Mr. Boyd. Tho total population of
tho Island Is about C4 U0u.
Tho Chairman. Do 54.UU0 people
live on that one Island?
Senator Fostei. Why, Honolulu Is
situated on It.
Thu Chairman. Wheio Is Honolulu?
Mr llojd. Right lime.
Tho Chulrniun Oh, yes.
tho population of Honolulu?
Ml. Boyd. About 40,000, I think-'
from thlrty-nlno to forty thousand.
The Chaliman. The toiragraphy of
hat Islnncl Is mountainous? I
Mr. Bojd. Yes; but no so mountain-1
ous as tho other two fslnnds, though
It Is qulto mountainous around on this
side. Thero Is lots of lovel land tlicro,
however, aa you can see.
OF HAWAII EXPLAINED TO CONGRESSIONAL
COMMITTEE BY COMMISSIONER EDWARD S. BOYD
Senator Cockrell. Aro there any o
cnnois In that Uland?
Mr. lloyd. No, Blr; there hae been
olrnnocs thcio, but they nro extinct.
Here Is nn old ciatei, nnd also hero
Tho Chairman. What nie those lands
used for sugar, or what?
Mi Ilo)d. This land Is used for su
gar. nnd HiOO arres of this land aro
used for sugnr. and a thousand or
twelve bundled notes fiom this piece
nro used for sugai.
Senator Cot kroll I thought o said
that was Government laud.
Mi llod It Is Government land,
hut It Is leased to plantations.
Senator Cockrell. I see.
Mr. Ilovd. There Is n little piece of
this land In here, consisting of 221 1 the survejor's olfice of the department
at res, that Is used for sugar cane cut-j of survejs.
tlvatlon. The Chairman. Have oit In tint of-
Now. gentlemen, this land Is rrnde flee n description of the vatlous lands
possible for eano cultivation through i the Islands?
pumping They pump the water from Mr. llojd. Yes, sir.
artesian wells on prlvnte lands, taking, The Chalimau. How were thej sup
It fiom five to six miles Into this conn-1 ejod?
try. There nre hcio 1000 acres and n Mr. llojd They were survejed, ns
little over In cane; they nro very good fai ns possible, by lajlng the country
(alio lands, with wnter. lOiit Into squares, whole that was not
Sotintor Cockrell Ale there nny
heights there from which the streams'
could tie conducted down to those
Mr llojd The le nro baldly any
st i cams on tho western side of nny of
tho Islands. On tno windward side,
the north mid northeast side, tho cam
tij Is well wnteri'd
Tho Chnlrman. That Is, tho winds
bring the ruins over.
Mr llojd The winds bring the rain
along. As the1 clouds touch the moun
tain ranges, of course, they nre con
densed nnd deposit their rain on Hint
side of the Island, lly the time tho
eloiids reach the other side they have
Tho Chairman. I see. Now, all tho
other Islands aro In a general way
I WHEN DICKIE
A little pinch ot summer sun
Out of tho waves of wheat;
A tiny drop of fountain spray
She mingles, dcH and mitt;
And, O, the) Joy ot sun nnd dew
And golden clop 1 know
When In tho cose-y kitchen pout
I watch the dimple and the dent
When Olc Mo kneuds tho dough
A llltlu powdery flock of flour
Is (lusted on her rhoe k,
I.Ike snow upon an autumn peach,
Anil nimble Angers peek
Into the dimples and the dents
That subtly come and go
Ah' would 1 wcio the lenvcn light
llcneatli Iter llngeis soft and white-
When Dickie Kneads the dough
r ! r ,fZ
Little Lord Fauntleroy Grown
Miss Elsie Leslie who will alwnjs .sons ago she rt turned to tho stage ns
lie "Little Lord rauntleioj' to mostjthe lending lady for Joseph Je ffersoii
( m in- ji inn iiii iiiL, re linu licit
she dented ns the little child ncfnss
I ti I'uuices Hodgson lluinett's nint-tii--
i,.t) ,1K truly phi uoiut-tial Ilei lal
tut and e harming pi ibon.illtj mnde
hei Known lioni one c ml ol liio world
to the othei ulille liei losiumes In the
plaf set the fashions lor chlldien tm
n wliuli decade
Hut win n at last the piece wus with
'drawn fiom the stngu everjbodj asked
what now foi lltllu Elsie Daniel Proh
lunn nusweiod the cniestlon by with
drawing lu-i fiom the stage and pei
But tho luro ol tho stage was still
stinug upon her and two 01 time sen
! rt r im r i"Ji ru r fa rut mi n r&
I His Request Tacitly Withdrawn.
A trump rang the elooibell of Dr.
Mill) Monition's house the oHiei duj
.and when n ple-asant-fiici'd woman
"""" ' 'I'" i '"' ""'x''1 " ' lll
would he so kind lis to ask
hud an old pair of tiouscru
i,w' ' II "e,"y """
' "' l" uocior," bam tno smiling
uu- """T lieu.
Tho Tramp Could jou tell me, sir.
how I can dud work?
BllyunH Sure; buy an automobile
and try to keep it In running order!
about tho same as thefco about which
ou hnu- been t" lllng us, nre they?
The Chalinian Wi have been the
commissioner of public Innds In Hn
wall since 1901, I undcistiilid?
Mr. llo)d Yes sll
The Chairman Whole do ou main
tnln oui office?
Mr. llod. At the eapltnl of tho Tor
The Clnilrmnu Have )ou complete
Mr. llojd. We have. sir.
Tno Chairman. Surveys, and so
Mr. Ro)(l, Yes, sir.
The Chairman. Who made these
Mi. llojd Wo have whnt Is railed
possible the survojs weie mnde so us
to lit tho conditions.
Senator Cockrell You have not
survejed by townships and ranges?
Mr lloju". No, sir, the diameter of
the land will not allow It.
The Chaliman. Aro jou familiar with
our sjstem of survejlng public lands
In townships and innges?
Mr llojd. Yes, sir.
Senator Cockrell. Hy sections and
Mr. Rojd. es, sir.
Senator Cockrell. None ot this land
Is siirvVjed In that wny?
Mr. Hoyd. No, sir. Wo can not do
that, because the country is cut with
gulches and tlses nbruptly to prcclpl
tons heights nearly up to tho moun-
Tnln tops, nnd squares up thcio would
KNEADS DOUGH: JSpK,"
Beneath her magic lingers formed,
I think I too and spy
The leaven grow to picture shapes-
A little house where I
Could live In happiness nnd weal,
Como rain or shine or snow
If only I could alwnjs bo
Admitted by her side, when she
When Dhklo kneads tho dough.
And. ah! I think I see a place
Upon liei llngei plnl;
Whole Just n little dnuclng gem
Would sparkle well 1 think;
And spite or all the lonven flakes
And powdcrj dabs of snow,
1 wish her hands might but resign
Their warmth and tenderness
When Dickie kneads the dough.
i f f " M ;
ot a decade ngn was hoiui thing more
than moie childish pimoclty hy show
PROBLEMS FO& THE
, All communications to this column to bo addressed to Chess Editor, Sun
day Bulletin, P. O. Box "IB, Honolulu. Contributions and solutions of prob
lems should reach tho editor before Thursday noon of each week.
To Coiicspondeuts. Collect solution of Pioblem No 43 leielved (torn
G A Tinner, C. M. White. H. T Mooie, I". Wevd. F Schmidt. A. E Coiley
1 It CJ in.
PROBLEM NO, 45,
Composed top Sunday Bulletin by DR. A. N. SliNCLAIIt.
WHITE MATES IN TWO MOVES.
not look very nice. Wd have to make
loads winding around the mountains.
Tho laying of roads Is quite an cngl
ueeilng problem In the islands
The Chairman. Is It true or not that
In tho public lnnds ot the Islands you
llnd some very fertile nrens, small in
extent, surrounded by areas that are
Mr. Boyd. Yes; that Is true. They
aro surrounded by areas not fertile at
nil. especially In Hawaii As I show
ed jou, along on the western side It Is
all lnva rock. From the sen level to
the height of 1000 feet there Is ahso
Ititely nothing but lava the whole ex
tent of the country for miles and miles,
whllo the ttrlp above, at nn altitude
of from P500 to 2000 feet, would be
very good land. In this lava flow, how
ever, ther are spots here and there
that are very fertile.
The Chairman That Is what I want
Information about. It was my undci
standing that even In the lava fields
thero ar places where the lava has
not covered the ground, where people
"squat" and cultivate small tracts of
an ncre or two.
Mr. Boyd. That Is true
The Chairman. To what ctent Is it
Mr End All around the Island.
The Chairman. All around whorev
er those fields nre''
Mr. Bojd Yes. sir. allow me to say
also that not of those lands hav c been
taken up I'nder the old division each
person ho was living on a piece of
land nrvn the old award wasc male
was ei'ltled to a patent on his hold
ing. Ser.Vf- Cockrell What Is the np
proxltSAt area of such land?
Mr Boyd At that time It was from
about C t 200 acres. Under the Ko
nohlki rny could take from 500 to
1000 a ri The chiefs had the pilvl
lege o- all ot taking the whole strip
of Ian! 'r.ra mountain to sea. varying
One f i rj strok of hand and arm.
Of cunning sd of art
Huvc leivened all the lonf anfl mor
Hav !ivened too. my heart!
That rtnn In my thiobblng breast,
Glad.!-- l far. I know,
Thar. Ar.j iuTi from out the ca&t.
Or an oub'jle In the jeast
W'Utz Dickie kneads the dough.
Oh, would I were the pastry roll
Iler.eitt her finger warm'
Oh, wo' ii t were the loaf serene
Sue ratterns Into form'
Ah, well! I'd rather be the man
Sore- day to let her Know
Her tv?r wish anil whim and ' whj?'
Were- mine to grant and sntlsfj
Whe-E Dickie needs the "dough"'
,1M ."a ji m m i M s i
lng ur. s il talent and dramatic power
In her mat'irltj What was oven more
surpris'CK was her heightened beauty
and hi-. rl'jlnnl taste In gowns As
she ha! set the fashions for bojs in
"Little? .rd Fauntleroj" she Is now
showiLg ii,mc- stunning creations for
womet , Glorj Quajle lu "The Cluls
tlan ' x-
Mor-ovfr she can afford to "dress
the j art to use stage vernacular,
with a la Nh hand for she Is rich In
dependent! rich In hei own light
and ocl) remains on the boards for the
pitio I'vt- oi acting
In Its site. Some ot them were very
wldo at the sea Bhoro and ery narrow
at the mountain tops, while others
wero very wide at the monntaln tops
nnd very narrow at tho seashore, Then,
further than thai, even In tho old
times, they picked out land; they had
some, pieces of land for cultivating,
and other pieces down at tho sea
shore for fishing, and other pieces for
homo sites. Consequently each patent
that was Usucd by tno land commls
Bloncr of Ward contained several small
pieces of land.
8cnntor Cockrell. How about tho
matter of 'private ownership? Havo
those persons had patents Issued to
Mr. Bojd. Yes, sir.
Senator Cockrell. They have been
deeded by tho Hawaiian Government?
Mr. Boyd. Yes, sir; regular patents
have been Issued to them.
Senator Cockrell. Aro thero many
cases where separate Individuals own
40 or CO or 100 acres? Are tlicro many
caseB of that kind In tho land pat
ents? Mr. Boyd. Oh, jes. sir; all the way
from G or 10 to 100 acres.
Tho Chairman. Arc thero many?
Mr. Boyd. Oh, yes, sir. Almost nil
our land titles average from S or 10 to
100 acres. Thero aro very few ot the
Tho Chairman. The land Is prlncl
pally In small holdings, then?
Mr. Boyd. Small holdings; jes. That
is why tho Government land has been
cut up In this manner. It lies between
Senator Cockrell. What lias become,
of the chiefs' lands where are Ihcy
Mr. Boyd. Tho chiefs lands nre now
what Is culled the Bishop estato and a
few others, i hat Is one of the richest
estates In tho Island. '
The Chairman who has the title to
Mi. Bojd. Tho BlBhop estate, the
Knmohamelm School, ns It Is called,
and tho Bishop Museum. A lady bj
the name of Mrs. Bishop founded the
school, nnd Mr. Bishop the mimcuin.
Senntor Cockrell. Tho "Bishop" es
tnte Is not n Catholic institution
Mr Bojd. No. sir. It Is a man's
name. Mi Bishop ninrrl'd one of our
Senntor Cockrell How much Is the
Bishop estate or how much land does
Mr. Bojd. It In hard to estimate) off
hand. It Is qulto considerable, though.
It extends up to ono or two hundred
Tho Chairman. That Is. all the Innd
that was set aside for the chiefs was
In this original pnrtlllon?
Mi. Bojd. Oh, no; that Is only one
of tho portions.
Tho Chairman It Is only one ot
Mi. Bojd. Yes, but tho Knmehame
ha lands mo largei In extent than the
othcis The other chiefs only hnd
ono or two gieat stilps of land.
Tho Chairman Was Bishop the
chief who got all this lami"
Mr Bojd. No, It was his wife.
Senator roster Sho was the chief?
Mr. Bojd Sho was the chief.
Senator Fostei . These are all hood
ainblo (aiming lands, nre they sugai
Mi. Bojd Yes. sir, nearly all of
them aio vcij- good lands.
Senator Foster. Aro there any cattlo
ranges over there elo they have any
cattle thero In ranges on the moun
Ml. Bojel. Yes. sir.
The Chairman. VMien was mat tllvl
slon of lands made how long ago?
Mr. Bojd. In 184S.
"Tiio Chairman, nils this Bishop es
Into continued fiom tiiut time until
Mi Bojd. No; tho estate started
fiom itio Knmchamcha line ol Mima
i and camo down to 18i,S when the Inst
ol tho Kamehamehas (Tied. Tho estnto
then went to Ruth Kellikolanl. Sho
got tho property through tho courts
ns tho rightful heir.
Senntor Fostei. Sho Is tho trustee,
Mi. llojd. Oh, no; she Is tho loir.
From her It went to her nleco, Mrs.
Bishop. Sho" held It until sho died,
when, of couiso. she made a will
founding the Knmohamelm School;
and whatever lecelpts are dcilved
horn the- lauds go to tho support of
tho school, wiilch Is carried on rpon
n vory large scule. I presumo her
nnmo will bo icmembered qulto n long
while for what she has done.
Tho Chairman. Is thero any question
nt till nbout thu validity of tho title ot
tho nishon estato?
Mr. Boyd. No, sir.
Tho Chairman. That Is unquestion
ed. Is It?
Mr. Bojd. That Is unquestioned,
Tho Chairman: Is thoro anything to
which jou could refer us that would
give us an account of tllat matter?
Mr. llojd. Why, yes, wo have tho
lecords of the old land commissioner
Tho Chairman. We do not want the
record. Is thero any literature or pub
llcatlon on the subject?
Mr. Bojd. No, sir; thero Is no publl
cation on tho Bishop CBtato matter
Of course, the title can bo searched
right down to tho last Issue,
Tho committee thereupon adjourned
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vnji n n mzf
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Ctrl lavt Fori and Ktnr itmtl comtr for Paltaaa
tt6 10 A M. aal artry it vlnuttt afitr till 11 at
Cart Itara for Patama only at and s )o A M.
Cart Itara Palana for Wilklkfj.. j a.m. anl tvtrjr
it rafnuttt till q tsr M , into at to ijanj i 43P.M
iMtiis A. from Palama for Pur abou only tota
to Walktml on Saturdays.
Ctra Itava Fon and Klnr atrtttl corotr (0, Rlllt ,
Rang at o and moam '
Cart Itava Foil and Klnf ttrttca comtr tor Wtlklk
tt Ci os A M. tnd tVtry it mFnuttl lid ioasp. M, tfitn tt
o it and iryij p m. Tba 11 jj p.m. tota to Walklkl
OB Saturdays only,
BERETANIA STREET AND FUUANU VALLEY.
Cara Itan Punihou SliWt for Tom at 30 and
for Town aad Vallty at s to t so 6 10 Vao 6 40 7 tnd
Cartlttva Oanu Colltft for town and Vallty at
t jo 6 so and r to A M and tvtr) to mlnuttt till 10 10
P.M. ticrpt ttit tvtn hour and half, nour cart which
ran from tba Stabla
Cariltavt Nuuanv Vallty at 6 ,o 6 jo 6 so Al tnd
tvtry 10 ffalnifttt tnertafttr till 10 so p M,
Cart Itava Fon and Quctn itrtttt for Punihou '
CoUtp at 6 os d as 6 es A M anl artry to mlnuttt
afttrtllloisPM. Atttr that tht ctra run 10 ttit
Stiblinptou sop.m, which It tht tttlctr from Towo
raacblnx tht Stasia at 11 so p M,
Telephone to All Parts of the Island,
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII '
J. G. HENKIQTJES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
Fop Excursions f
To the Volcano or the Mountain!. t
An excellent chance Is offered for
8EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Mauns lm
it Kallua and take passengers overload ,
to Hookena, where the steamer Is mex
O. R. & L. Co.
From and Bfter January 1, 18S-I.
STATIONS oaiiy daily
(Outwiri) fi. Sun DAILY ti Sun daily daily
A.M AM. AM. P.M P.M
Honotutu .,,, T 10 915 110 Iff 5 r
Poarl City ... 8 oj 04$ n J 47 3 $
Ewa Mtll . 1 11 10 0$ it 00 4 05 t.io
Wlnt ..t 10 50 .!. 4 45
WaUIua II J) .... S 40
Kt)uliu ii jt ... 4 11
(Inwtri) tit Sun. daily oaiiy daily
AM. AM P.M P M.
Kthuku SIS '
WalAlua... ....... .. 610 .... 1 50
Wlint . . t 10 ... J IJ
Ewa Mill j jo t 41 os 4 it
Ptirl City 6.1s Sot mo 43s
Honolulu ... 6 50 jj 1 03 5 tfi
F O. SMITH. Genl Pass. & Ticket Aft.
Q. P. DENISON. Superintendent
Safes, Pianos, (
Drays !or Freight
Our representative meets all Incom
ing steamers from the Coast, and wt
check baggage on all outgoing steam
rs. White and Black Sand For Salt ,
Office with Evening Dullotln, 111
Clng street TeJ 86.
ft. LARSEH, MTr.
When You Want a Rig
RlNQ UP THU
LIVERY BOARDING and -SALES
r : : : : sib fort street
Stable Th&ue. 109 Main.
Hack Stand, Thones 319 and 32.
C. H. DELLINA.
Uonolnln Iron Works.
Improved and modern BUOAR MA
CIIINKUY ot every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
ine mVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten- ,
don paid to JOB WORK, and repairs ( '
xecuted at shortest notice
COTTON BROS. & CO"
ENGINEERS AND : : i
Piana a&4 tttlaattt furnlthad for all ctutta
Tel. Main 245. ,
ROOM 30P BOSTON OLK, Honolulu. "
Tlio Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per