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EVENING nOI.URTlN. HONOLULU. II. T THURSDAY, APRIL 21. 1902.
Chain and Chaintess Wheels.
New Stock just arrived on Sierra,
B. O. HALL & SON, Ltd:
71 TVTTTr IHtY HtvtH UUMt UAUIU
AIN 1 use antoline
Tlic greatest discover Tor tin- d-,tniitlnu of the greatest of pests
ANTS. Kills those thut come lu and i ccps nllieis fimn lomlng. Every
li,IWa r should Inn.' a satuplu b .' to usi no ilanuT fiom poison.
TRY A BOX. PRICE 25c.
HONOLULU DRUG STORE,
or P. 0. DOX 330.
Revolutionists Win j
W ItlemMndt. Inland of Curnino.
April 14. According to a dispatch lu
it h fd hero today, General Moutcnc
Kii). President of thn Stnto of Cojcdes.
mi turned ngnlnst President Castro.
Together with Sim nu'ii lii' It'll
.. . .1 ...tint ..f l'..1.,.llttl
WtriO'. UK' l'tlMltll J. tl' ... " .
Saturday morning and jnlnrd 11 force ,
or 150 revolutionists wider Luciano
Mi ndozn. j
Tlii'sc ri'MilutlonlHtH purpo-v maiili ,
Iiir toward Valrm-la. tin- i'iii!tul "f
IK Statf of t'aiaboljo, whlcli In only!
throe das dlhlnnt fintii San Carlo
Tin' dffvi Hun or Ovnurnl .MuiitvnoKni
u tiflli-M-d to lio 11 wrlnun bum for
l'-ililiat Cimtiii. Mini It 1" Mill I',,i"
that -uvi-ral ntlii-r tiiiMTiiiiuut Ri'ii
trnl will follow Mnnti'iii'isru'ii iam '
TIih 11rl1111s ii'Milullouaiy liamU
m JoIdIuk forii'M. and In ttwi or ntom
li:rc' bodli'M, niiuilii'rlim about -Utl
I'U'ii iiicli, linvi1 bi'i'ii uinri'lilne lu llu-
d'.H'Ction ot Vali'iirlu for tlii' pal fi'W
' Gi'Di-ral OI11I11II11 lli'llu. iini' ur 1'ii'h
Id.-Ht ('iisiioV rultbriil IciIIiiwitk. 111111
tin' troop!) or liln t'omiiiuiiil wi'ti- unit
'il I.'ihi Saturday rii'iir Kl I'llatu, s
M'lBll VlltaM IlllOUt KI'MTI llllll'M '!
1 if l'orto Calli'lio.
It In b-lli'M'd Iiito that tlif Vi'iH'u
cliin'U'Voluiloii will now iiuiKii'KH ur
ti .! .
Was St. Patrick
a Good Baptist?
Soutblngton. Cutm.. Mauli 1. Tim
rii v. Ut'UiK1' II (inrdlui'r. D.U.. limn'
1 hi pulpit of tin I'liimmlllo lln pt lot !
Cliuuti di't'lari'l to a luitjc ioiiKr"Kii'
tl&n this . v. nliiu Hint .ll llaptlhtH
klionlil wi'iir till' Krri'U toiiuiiiim, St.
IMtrU'k'H day. Mr. Raiillni'i Mild:
"lu UIh lire. ti-achtngM, work mid be
1 M St. I'atrlt'k huk Idcutlnil with that .
of a missionary of thn IluptUt ili'iiom-.
Iiiatlon ot our day, and all H.ipttHt .
hl-ould ri'Vcn- his name lu IiIh writ-J
Inns thi-ro Is no trari' or pumnlory, j
no adoration or thn Virgin Mary, mi (
dortrlue or traiiKiiliKtaiitlailnu or th
aithorlty ot the I'opi-. St. I'litilcl.
hpptlxi'd nil his riuiii-rtH by liuiiii'r t
tlon, and ironi his ivliKluu bi'lli-iK
ud prnrtli'i's St. I'ulrlilt wan ratlii-i
a llaptlKt mlHilouaiy than a llouiuu ,
OBJECT TOjrERM "DOC"
Syiacuso, N. Y.. Apill k -S)ia use
h8lclans have united in nn elfin i lo
stmt a movement ngulnst bidug ml
dresHi-d ns "Due
Ihelr plan Is to call attention tu tho
nuUnamo nvciy tluip tnpy hiur It and
nslc that It bo discontinued lu nd
drisslng them. They think It Is tor
lect enough to call druggists uud vet
erinary surgeons by tho nickname, but
not doctors of medicine. A well
Known physician said today, as ho
icnecteil a friend who used tho offen
"I hope ou won't be offcniled, but
we physicians consider the term 'Hoc'
tin insult. Call us by our Cliilsllaii
names or family names, but please
iiot the nickname. It Is unworthy of
the profession nnd belittles the men
In it. You can call a horso doi tor or
i drugglBt 'Doc' without oftcndliig tin'
ptopiletles, but not n ph)sliiun. It
tho newspapers wllf assist In nival.
lug up tho bnblt they will earn tho
giatttude of the men In the profps
sion," Washington Times.
Smallpox tn tho United States, as
ofklally reported fiom December 28,
1!iOI, to March 7, 1902, amounted to
20,044 cases with 015 deaths. Tho to
tal for tho corresponding period in
1901 was 7037 cases and 101 deaths.
1Vm iillIK llllllHK till Well. CXI Opt
THE GBEAT MORAL DRAMA
TEN HIBHTSjHA BAR ROOM
TOMORROW and SATURDAY
( pin-urn I'opuliir I'rlt . -s.'n'. 5ur.
VATIN'CK THICKS-l.".i and 25r.
Perhaps j mi haven't a inn
sli latilui t. or ir tut luiie one.
It doesn't suit. We vould
like to see jou If sin li Is the
Some folks !mc music racks
and stand their music, oil t
edge. hl( li soon has it 111 11,
dilapidated iimdltioti. Our
cnblnclH ii(e the best for
keeping lnnslc In older uud
lu oak or mahogany, fy-om
$7.50 tipwunl. to tuutili f u 1 nl
tine or pluuo.
IVogrcMH Ulock l:oit Sti
TWO WAYS OF LOOKING AT IT"
Tweho Inches Is the awrago ills
tunce at which perfect eyes seo best
Holding book or paper differently
nieuns njii strain tnnnns an error in
redaction or defective rousiles
tneaiis Kinie harm sooner or later.
"A glass In tluio wives" slightly
changed, but ou know the Import, and
i'ps aro more Important than stltihcs.
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Building, Fort Street
Over May 1 Co.
The Japanese eat more fish I linn
any other people In tho world. With
them meat eating Is u foreign innova
tion, confined to the rich, or rather to
those rich people who prefer it to tho
II "ST-PC .. K alalaB
"PRACTICAL HINTS" TO
CAPTAIN'S COMING HERE
j Advice Is To Beware of Many Things
J Author of Circulars Not Known
I His Identity
Some of tlu wngs nloiiR tin- wharves
inn liming n hit of fun Just now
I watching tl fleet of n certain circa
let they Issued a couple of dnys ngo
is Iinvlnic on tlu cnptnlns, Hlitpptiis
'nun nnit others who freiiucut thn wn-
tcrfiotit. Tin- iliculnr, copies of
' v lilch nrc now tu be fiiiinil In nil of
jlrie ship chandlery nnd shipping of
'llccs on tln wnttTfionU la headed
"Ptnctlcnl Hints to Mnslcrs Hound tn
j I'ort of Hnmilulii," und runt lis fol-
;. lli'Witri' of tin- Court, as there
nit- no ralxlnit lu tlu hash at Oatm
?,. lli'ttiin- of thn ITnltPiI Stntri As
hictant Dlstrlrt Attorni'v. for It Is said
that In' was In forumr days u notnrl
Oils HI'll lll)lT.
I. lieu am of I'i'rtalii lnnd flmrli
v. Itli an Irish colored kIkii 011 lliclr
fiotit window. Do thi'in or thi'y will
r.o you. It they oITvr ou 11 robn'p on
c tit bill till 11 It III to thi' credit of the
rdilp. It Is said that all owners me lu
foi tiled or an) lelinle hnndi'd to mas-ten-
and your owner will export to sec
it lu Ids statement.
.. Do not iillow any or jour ftlends
In boaid 30111- ship until tne lioardlnK
olTlcer has tlnlslivd his I'xninlnatlun;
II ou do, you mny nut Fee tlu'm
nrulu Tor tidily days.
1 Iteini'inber that It Is tlj' law tn
have jour i-ortlflriito frniui'd under
cliiss and hiitiK In 11 lonspli'iious plnco.
Lhe writer reroniiiiends that jou hava
It huiiK up aloimsldo of our forecas
1 tie eard. This foreeastle inrd Is an
other Important matter.
7 If you nrilM' with foreign cargo
t'lid luive your halt lies scaled, wait fot
, i.n ofriter lo 111 en I; these seals. If you
bieal them ourself jou may llud
voiirself "up iiRalnst the teal thlnu
for then is the time thy Collector
j hi own tils nuthoitly.
.s. If jour own oiow Is illsclmisInK
j ami- in 1 pi nllow lliein to sniohn In
tin hold when the mute Is not look
111K. (liant them tills linor or you
may lose your clew, and gnlu the ills
ruvor or tho Coast Seaman's Union,
whli h. by the way. Is. a powerrul or
tier. P. N'lne o'lloek i olTee Is n rclli! ol
o'deii das and ou need not pi en hie
It now- unless .Mill uajipi 11 tu liavo n
Llf I'l eight.
J'. If ,ou should happpti to want
duks ileaied ntti'r ." oVIiick, let thn
vatihuiau do It, 11s the sailors aro ou
11 oil- dlgnlt.N utter this hour nnd are
i'i a lull ry In get next to 11 keg ot
II. Siiiuhiy moiulUK bii'itkrnst In
pint tu 1 (insist or ham and i-ggs, corn
hi 1 11(1. flicil tllltatfliM. lltll fllKl'K I'illl
mr.pl.. B)imi mid Horn, inir-o with n,, "ll,,,r 1'","l!" 'n )r 'l"1"'"""
tmu iu ,.,,..1 1 fui ri.,ll"Ust. I'f'iie sailing, huto nil grub
t i' 111111 inn in i iiiimi iiiiu 1 iu' ,
, , ,,.. j
wltli. This rood Is to bu looked 11 hi
"(ieiugp Cuitls" and nil masters inn
1 reioinmi'iided to go 011 boatd thu
(.1 mi' ship to see how- easily It Is
done 011 Sunday moiiilug. Wouldn't
(l( Spioule swear II he sliw all egg In
12. Tlility d:is lu Jail and twenty
ilollars Isn't that a dandy? Talk
uliout rights nt Ameilcaii citizens.
13. Ilalsam Copalva Is out of dtltc.
I'll nut oiir uiedli Inn chest with
si lueililng a little morn modem.
11. I'loxlde wiitcli 011 deili with
ret lining eliulis phueil under ilia leu
n' the forwnid house. In this way
1 mil Inula I1IIIV I llil-l linn liiulliil AllV
' '"' - ' "'
.n) what Is the use of the wholi
t nlth ou deik ull night?
I 15. Whci 1 houses should bn abul
'i.lliil If Mill expel t j i in r mates to
kiep n lookout In bad weather. If
;ci must keep the man nt the wheel
in of the lulu, why hold an umbiilln
over 111 in They are ilipap.
Hi. It is advised that ou spread a
lii ih lu the roipcastln at night, for It
Is bind to say what might hiippou It
von should reach this port and 'hivo
I the teport go out that jour men did
mil get roll and plenty.
17 Reports of tood shortngo are
ricqueiit ut this port, so do not allow
jmiisiir to got Into this trouble. One
sailor's wotd Is ns good ns three of
lit pi's In this country.
IS. Never allow ouiself lo bo
present when n mute, licks n sailor, it
iiii do you will be considered more
(,ullty Ihan the mate.
19, Do not nllow the man nt the
wl t id tu sleep unless it Is good vvuith-
Today another circular appeared on
i tin watprfiont ns n continuation o(
I the one tli.i contents of which have
just been given. The second ilrcular
Is bended "New Resolutions to Gov
ern the Ailmiinlty District ot Honolu
lu (To lie Consldeied by tho Graud
Ji ry. novvv sitting)":
1. Kirn extinguishers nro hereby
ordiacil lo bo placed nt the head of
enili bunk lu tho forecastle, and nil
llu gentlemen In tho forecast!') are to
bo provided with mosquito nets by tho
m.'ster one hour after arrival at this
f t ro.
t 1 8 44'
! 5'. lo
J jo t) ll.io U
J it I si
1 U g 41 il 5
4 4 14 loll
01 to 4a m
5 41 ft It O 4
6 49 11 4?' I M
T 41 )) till
Tides Irani thu United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey 'tables.
The tides at Kahuiul uuu iillo occur
alioul au hour earlier ihan at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Time is lbb 'Mm
slower than Orren wclh time, being
...ui ot tho meridian ot lb (.30. 1'no
tlmo whistle .ows at l:w p. m., whlcn
Is the oamo as Greenwich, Ou Om.
xa ,Bltrn.M9 oqi u) pdUJo oo0
Stqdj304pjtl '8 'fl.a'H i in"l
nn unit matters pi Interest to occar.
Piq pno lltAv 03BpnBJ..l u8 JOJ JU0
Hint tnOJI 3U!ttB9 SI0888A JO HJ31S1IW
jjoqi 10 poannn8in Bl oj&I,m 'nanntia
noji.-3Atm oj Bjoanip 'Bmll anipJtiS
si pauimqo oq uot aoHBUiJo;ni ja)Bi
pJ0M oqi jo saoprJp pan sjjmio Jo
Bios o)9tdaio3 'oajBtp jo ooii jyouaq
Winthcr lluriau. Punnlioti, Apill 24.
Temperature Morning minimum
C: Ml'ld.i maximum, 77
Il.mini'iei- nt ! it m. 110.10. 1m-Rilt.tr.
Rainfall n.l.l up to S 11. in.
Dew Point HIP.
Ilumidit at ft a. m. 77 pir cm!.
Thursday, April 21.
Str, James Mukie. Tulbtt, from Ana
kola nt 7:10 a. m with 2700 bags of
SUtar. 3u bags of tnro, 30 bags of rlcH
nnd 4 packages of sundries
T. K. K. S. S. Nippon Marti, Greene,
fiom the Orient.
Wednesday. April 21.
Str. I.ihua. Nnpala, for .Maul and
Str. Mlknhala. Gregory, for KUtIo,
Hunapepp, Makawell, Wnlme.i and Ko
kaha. For Koloa passengers only; a!
li p. in.
S. S. Mlppon M.iru. Greene, ror R.u:
rriiiieUro: at mldnlgliL
Am. liIT. Ceylon, for l.i)snn Island.
Sir. .Manna I.o.i, Slmerson, tor Maul,
Kunu and Knit ports. At noon.
For M.iul and Hawaii ports, per sir.
Manna I.oa. Apill iii Ksv. E. W.
Thwlng. Mrs. S. K. Nalnoa and ihlld.
" win. it. iiawMiurjr., .him,
(Iirvnuell. (I. Clark und wife. Mis.
A. Wall and ( hlld. 1 E. Hlme.
Weekly edition of the D illetln $1
!. H -. ; B-. li-J 1 9fl- -J
2 All ships must go on the dock 1
within six months lo have riuli!cis
smoothed, so that the man nt the!
nine! will lint lie illgtlirlicd In' tile'
J.utlng while usWp.
3. Currants niid-ratsins an; liereb
o'oeied to be poiiked with the pi a
si up and erneki r hatk.
I. MI n a simp to lie made fiom
lmpoited I'reneh peak.
,",. n shin leaving Auslralla or
mi M' eil by a cotiimlttee or sr.llors,
Mul If found to bo below regulations
ttir master Is hereby oiilered to fin
felt his ." per cut piimciisslon on
Ci uli hills to th" m ninen.
0. Any senman with a sour race or TOR SALS i moil Hawaiian bred sad
vinegar puiiiiti nniii'i' shall rot lie fur-' ille hoise i!. buggy. Tor sale. "vVrlto
nlsPeil with lime Julep iinli'ss It has' Imini'du;- V. O. box 233 City.
I'.ist In i n fnrtlllid with 73 per cent, 2130-tf
Mumin's Extra tny" or "Thiee Hlai ,
7. ShuiiM any ship or vessel In IhulNEW " TO-DAY
l'.ullle run shoit nf Fnlf at sea. the,
. nuistei shall put lu atlhls poit for in-
lptigiiti'iii wlfr.re It Is piomlsod that
bin snip will bo conllseated by the
lii'i.rt nnd hi- lrtniseir turned loose on
tin bench tn Im-cliuc the nicy or land
t r-,i,n up,
1' ti Ull' et louise ! tu lie held rinin
It: a. m. tu : p. 111. Ilinelng yaids will
not lie tolerated wlthou'
of thn governing, board of the lorwaid
lii'iise. Any mate round guilty or call
lue the nun out to work or wear ship
at ulijht will be loiind guilty ol ills
tuWiliig the peace.
!' Any master or mute found gullly
of tinning any man to at 7 n. in. while,
diiiuk will lie Imprisoned for six
v ei Us.
lo. Any master or mato who,
tt'ioiigh ilrunkenniss, Is unable tu
tuili the uuu to nt 7 a. m. shall be
tailed upon to either join tho Union
c pay a line of $1iJU to fiiwi-1 Knit.
All imiktirs now In this port nro
lieu by ordited lo meet as a Coicmlt-t.-'.'
of the Whole nt tho usunl rpstlng
plan- next to the land sharks' office,
at which time a special totumltteo
will bo appointed to offer suggestions
to the Grand Jury PER ORDER.
The author of these clieillnrs Is not
known, although u prctlj ('lose guess
c.!n be made.
TO AURANr.E IN8UISANC1L
Mr. Watson of tho llrm of
Hainiii-Young, left renntly for
Coast for the purpose of arranging for
Insurance on the new Young building
li Is complained thnt the rates here
are too high and whiu It was found
that the Insurance men here nt a it
cent meeting decided they would stick
together on their figures, Mr. Watson
made up his mind quickly and lift lin
mediately for the Coast. He Is ex
pected back In the Sonoma,
TAILORED SKIRTS FOR WOMEN
Three seasons ago wo began to believe that we could plcaso om
en, by procuring for them ready mndo summer skirts, which would
have all the chlcncss, all the style, all the nt ana all the quality, of
skirls which were made by expmslve dressmakers, and tho making
of which cost almost as much as tho making of cloth or silk dress
That we were right Is pronn by the way our skirt business has
grown. Every season, more won en have bought our skirts.
What's the result? Just this. With every season wo mako In
creased efforts to provide cholcr styles and an ampler Btock and In
buying largely we buy well. Quantity Is a great factor In tho reducing
The skirts whlcn we show this week are of a higher grade than
any wo have ever before offered. They wero gathered from tho
salesrooms of New York's foremost makers only a few from each
hence while the styles are nil sure to be right beyond a doubt, they,
nro all different, and you are sine of not meeting other skirts Just
flko youts on eevry corner. TfiiK hints ot them:
with 4 rows French Insertion.
6 Inches upart and 3-Inch tucks
In spaces $6.00
wide flounce and S rows of
Hamburg bands $5.00
ery wide Insertion, running In
V effects $t.50
Xrench embroidered bands In
Grecian patterns $4.50
wide flouncH with extra flare
nnd 3 rows opn work trimming
4 rows of Insertion running
tront top !i bottom $3.50
WHITNEY & MARSH, Limited
1 "- '
ror Wnnt Column Stc Page six
Jeff's, King "treet.
IFOR RENT Very desirable furnished
I or unfiiralhed rooms in private
j house, also furnished rooms for
1 housekeeping beautiful location.
, two minutes walk of poslofflce. Ad
' dress Pox Hii I. O. 2123-tf
I FOR RENT small outsldo room
I 7.S0 month aleo laige room suit-
j able ror t 1 109 School, between
Foit nnd Smina. 2130-lw
FOR RENT Very desirable furnish
,,,, r()0R. p,tati family. 1452 Mil
., H, nr Kll,al, Call f,er ;
1 TO LET L-i'in room cottage on
Young S nr Koeaumoku; sanitary
I plumbing right of way to llereta-
I 11I11. Appl 1317 Ileictnnla,
FOR RENT Light, airy rooms with
good t.ihl- board at $0.50 per week.
.Mis. McCartney. 019 Hotel St. '
FOR SAt-S Choice varieties of
FERNS in baskctB and pots cut
itrus also, Begonias and Caladl
urns. Mrs. E. M. TAYLOR, 73') Kl
nau SC , Til. White 3251.
FOR SALE A toirvi maie; good fam
ily horse gentle and good drlwr.
Hawalhi, Trading Co. Love llldg.
Ol Samuel Talor, born In Lough
lliickland, Count Down, Ireland. Lust
bund of December 23, '1808, then 111
liimolulu an hecielnry to tho Govern
in Information o! him or any lela
II -! In these Islands sent to his
I '"other, R Tavlor, 14 Hilton Plnce.
'City Itoad. Bradford, torks, England,
I will be gttatly to tho pecuniary ad
vantage of htm or them. Anyone In-Itt-iested
in iy communicate with I).
I.ognii, Uiillelin office, Honolulu.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
UNITED STATES FOR
DIS'lUlCT OF 11AWAT
j In Bankruptcy.
I To tho creditors of Phillip Fried-
i man. of Honolulu, In the Island of Oa-
Uu und District aforesaid, a bank
Notice Is hoicby given that on the
i:Vl day ot April. 10-12. tho said Phil
lip Filedmau was duly adjudged bank
rupt; nnd that tho first meeting of
) It credllors will bo held nt my office,
CP.A S. King street. In Honolulu, on
the ."th day of Mny, A. D. 1902. at 9
lOilncl. In thu forenoon, at which time
tlieithe said crudltois mny attend, prove
their claims, appoint a trustee, exam
ine the bankrupt, and transact such
other business ns may properly come
liiioru bald meeting.
WM. S. FLEMING,
Refereo In Bankruptcy.
Honolulu, April 24, 1902. 2130-lt
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
3 flounces nnd tucks, very full:
the skirt of tho season $3.50
plain, full skirt with liberal
color narnruT, 3 rows ecru open
work bands $6.00
natural color, very full, with 2
wide flounces $5.00
Mercerized Linen, colors ox,
blood, blue, brown, nnd natur
al, trimmed with 5 whlto linen
folds, stitched $3.50
CLACK FRENCH SERGE
with white hair lined stripe, 3
rows of bias foldB, stitched and
wife flaring flounces $5.00
Ala Moana road, between Kerosene
Walk and Sheridan street, will bo
closed to traffic from nnd alter Friday,
tl c 23th day of April, 1902, until fur
ther notice, lly order of Superintend
ent of rubllc Works.
C. n. DWIGHT.
Acting Road Supervisor, Honolulu
Honolulu, April 23, 1902.
On and utter Mny lit. 1902. the dls
tiibutlon of plants, etc., from tho Gov
ernment Nursery. King street, will hoi
1 11 every day of the week, except Sat
ridays and holidays, between the
hours of 9 a. m. and 12 m., and 1 and
4 p m. No plants will bo given out
in, less an order Is presented, to be ob
tained at the office In tho bnsement of
the Capitol building.
Commissioner or Agrlculturo and For
Notice Is hereby given that R. 11.
Sl-.IKE. ESQ.. has this day been ap
pointed First Assistant Harbor Mas
It 1 for the Port of Honolulu, vlco A
!'. MARX, ESQ., resigned.
JAS. H. UOYD.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department of Public Works, April
i3, 19'12. 2129-3t
Notice Is hereby given thnt the fol
lew lug ehnnges nnd additions havo
been made In tho Rules nnd Regula
tions und Rates ot Fare governing li
censed vehicles In the district of Ho
pe lulu, to take effect from and after
May 1. 1902:
Hack Stand Abolished.
Ko. 3. Hakal Bldo ot OeretiiUa
street, east side of Nuuami street.
Additional Hack Stands.
No. 21. Sltuato on tho Ewa eldo of
Ui.lon street, maukn of Hotel.
No. 25. Sltuato Ewa side of Alakca
tticct, between Halckauwila and Al
len sticets, opposlto Fislimarket.
Change of Rules.
16th. To and from any point bl-tv-een
Puliation Btrcct and Kamollllll
Church to WalklM bridge, on tho east;
nuil mauka n)ong Wilder avenuo to
Mrtcnlf street, In a direct lino to Kn
ti'Cillllll Church. On tho west to tho
K tmehamcha fork road on King street,
n r.uka along Nuuanu street to thu
premises of the Hawaiian Clay Com
rnny, nnd across Wilder Btrcot, In
cluding the Puunui tract, not to ex
ceed thrco miles. For ono passenger,
ono dollar; for two passengers, ono
dediar and a half.
Whero not otherwise provided, to
, ni' from any poiut within too radius ol
ono mile, 25 cents.
When Ordered Specially for Kaplolanl
Ono or two passengers, oach way. $1.75
Thrco passengers, ench way 2.25
1 21th. If any llcensod vchlclo shall
ho found standing In any placo but on
the appointed stand, tho driver shall
lo llablo to arrest by any pollco offi
cer, unless said driver shall bo under
engagement or havo permission from
a pollco officer.
JAS. II. riOYD,
Supeilntcndcnt of Public Works.
Department of Puullc Worka, Hono
lllu, April 21, 19u2. 2128-3t
Four of the oldest men in the Sen
ate sit side by sldo In seats, 11, 12, 13
mid II, lu tho front row or tho Demo
cratic sldo of the chamber Mr. Pet
His and Mr. Morgan of Alabama, and
and Mr. Vest of Mis
65 Queen St.
Ily order of tho asslgneo of tho Es
tato of YEU WO, I wilt sell at Public
Auction at my salesroom, 05 Queen
On FRIDAY, April 25,-
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
All the Stock of Goods from their ctora
at llcrctanla street near Aala lane.
Tailors' Goods, Coats and Pants,
Office To Let.
Largo front office In Lovs building.
A fine office; rent $15 month.
Jas. P. Morgan,
05 queen 8TnnnT,
COTTAGE on Emma Square, 3 bed
rooms, parlor, dining room, pantry.
Kitchen and bath. Rent $40 per
month. Apply to Jas. F. Morgau, 05
TWO . STORY HOUSE In tho Mc
Carthy tract, Deretanla street, be
tween Pllkol and Kecaumoku streets.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
65 Queen St
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