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EVENING nULLKTirr HONOLULU.- H. 1 ICKSIWr, Al'ltlla VJ, WW.
Lines of Travel,
STOP THE PAIN!
I f I
Dins onu lots 01 irouuie. ;(
Call and test It free, or let mo send you my book describing how ll
cure. Inclose this ad. . ft
dr. m. nu Mclaughlin, $
702 MARKET STREET (Lotta's
Office hours, 8 a. m. to 8:30 p.m.;
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN
TION TO FORECLOSE MORT
GAGE AND OF SALE.
In accordance with a power of sals
ccntnlncd In that certain mortgage
made by J. K. Kahookano lo J. Alfred
Mngoon, dated September 2d, 1897, rf
ended In the Register Office, Oaliu,
In Liber 171, pages 228-3, notlco la
In reby given that said mortgagee In
tenia to foreclose snld mortgage for
cnndltlnn broken, to wit., tho non-payment
of principal and Interest when
fixe, nnd upon said foreclosure w III
tell at public auction at tho salo
rooms of Will 12. Fisher, In Honolulu,
en Wednesday, the Mill day of May,
A. D. 1302, at 12 o'clock m. of said day,
the premises described In said mort
p.igo ns below specified.
Further particulars can bo had of
J A. Mngoon, T. I. Dillon, or J. Light
leol. nttorncys n.Maw. Mngoon block,
crrner Alakea and Merchnnt streets,
Honolulu. J. ALFRED JiACOON.
bated Honolulu. April 22. 1902.
I'irst. That land, containing nn area
of 2 1-2 acres, slttiato at Makapala,
.Vrth Kohala, Hawaii, being tho por
t!m of the land described In Royal I'aU
ent No. 3371, Award 9781
len, as described In deed of partition
of D. W. A. Kahookano nnd J. K.
l,okao. dated September 10i, im?"t?X
rt corded ln the Register Offlco, Oahu,
in uer 87, pages 4i0-l-2.
Second. All those portions of tho
land described In said Royal Patent
No. 3371, Award 9781 ns follows:
(a) All the kula land situate betweon
tl.o land of Kalal, Kenloha, and Komo
uiua. (I) All the Kula land situate, on the
Ist side of tho lands of Kcaloha nnd
Komomua, and lying on the makal Biilo
of the Government road, and adjoining
the land of Kalal.
(c) All the land on the Tali sldo to
tho gulch of Mnltnpala. which Is on tho
mcknl sldo of tho Government road. I
The lands described In subdivisions
a. b nnd c being the land dcscrlfTed In
died from Mnreka to said J. K. Ka
hrokano dated August 22d, 1889, nnd
recorded ln Bald office In Llbor 130,
2128 April 22, 29; May C, 10.
SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
Under nnd by virtue of a certain
Execution Issued by Lylo A. Dickey,
Second District Magistrate of Hono
lulu. Island of Oahu. Territory of Un
well, on the 19th day of March, A. D.
1902, In ro matter of Washington Mer
cantile Company, Limited, vs. II. Ka.
wate, I have, on this 22d day of March,
A. I). 1902, levied upon and shall ex
i poso for salo nt public auction, to tho
highest bidders, at tho 1'ollco Stntton,
Kalnkaua Hate, In said Honolulu, bt
12 o'clock noon of Wednesday, tho
30th day of April, A. D. 1902, all tho
right, tltlo and Interest of tho snld
H. Kuwate In and to the following de
scribed property, unless tho Judgment
amounting to Nlnety-threo nnd 08-100
Dollars, Interests, costs and my ex
penses nro previously paid:
General merchandise, consisting of
wearing apparel, Japanese cloth, Jap
"ancse shoes and slippers, hats and
caps, kitchen utanslls, crockery and
earthenware, provisions, toys, picture
frames, Shoe brushes, lamps and oth
Ono counter scale and weights, one.
safo nnd show case,
CHAS. F. CHILLINGWORTH,
Deputy Sheriff Territory of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Oahu, March 22, 1902.
April 0, 12, 19, 29.
Ala Moana road, between Kcroscno
Walk and Shorldan street, will bo
c.oseu to. traffic fiom nnd alter Friday,
ll n 25th day of April, 1902, until fur
ther notice, ny older of buporlntcnd
nit of Public) Works.
1 C. B. DWIGHT,
Acting Road Supervisor, Honolulu.
IT TCLLS YOU THAT YOUR KID.
NEYS AND VITAL ORGANS ARE
When you feci n pain In your back
von had better attend to It. Thoso
pains ate messages telling you of worn Jij
out nerves, weak kldnes and weak
You Know the cause, and you know ,VJ
what It means, so look to It In time. K
Dr. McLaughlin's Electric Belt will J'l
euro In ten days. It restores the ?,
warm, healthy life to the nerves and
Mr. "Win. Bowen, Pokcgama, Or., jfj
writes Nov. 10th: "The Belt did me J
good tho minute I put It on. My back
Is better and my kidneys are In good '
snapo now. I think every man should X
have ona of your belts." W
Every man who has a pain or weak ft
ncBS should have one. It saves doctor -fj
Fountain, 8an Franelieo.
Sundays, 10 to 1.
BY, AQENT8 OR DRUG 8TORE8.
At tho adjourned annual meeting of
tho Stockholders of tho Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Company, Limited,
held this day, tho following officers
and directors were duly elected for tho
J. Ena President
J. L. McLean .... Vice President
N. E. Gedge Treasurer
C. H. Clapp Secretary
A. W. T. Dottomley Auditor
Directors J. Ena, G. N. Wilcox,
W. O. Smith, August Dreler, C.
M. Cooke, J. M. Dowsett, H. A.
Isenberg. C. H. CLAPP,
Honolulu, April IS, 1902. 2122-2W
A CHANCE FOR THOSE DE8IRIN0
A GOOD HOMF.STEAD.
FOR SALE At a reasonable figure,
a freehold estato at Watomau, near
Walohlnu. The 'property consists ol
a substantially built and wcll-furnlsh
ed house with a good water supply:
also cartsbeds, sorvants' quarters, dl
vision fences for safe handling of cat
tle nnd 353 acres of land, 147 acres of
tho land adjoins houso and there Is a
nrlvllece to secure 104 ncrea contle-
uous. Thero is on the land fenced
portions containing coffee, orange and
Ka-lolhcr fnilt trceB ln hearing. All the
ernment road. Nearly all the land has
substantial stono fences. With the
abovo go all cattle, horses and pigs,
wagons, etc., etc. For particulars ap
ply to CHAS. MEINECKE,
Walohlnu, Kau, Hawaii.
i Beaver Lunch Rooms
Fort St., bet. Queen and Merchant
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
nverytnlng nrot-class. Complcto lin
Key West and Domestic Cigars nlwayi
H. J. NOLTE,
W. C. Achi & Co
We will Buy or Bell Roal Hstate li
all parts of the group.
we wm sell Properties on Reason
able Commissions. Tol. Main 12S
10 WE8T KING 8TREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
In Kaplolnnl Park
Addition n nil In
137 MERCHANi STREET.
by Miss Clio Dayton
Jf v mi hav ih'm vour fret hA tlmalv Atauliti
bid habits It Is not necottry to be toitureJ by
corns, Ingrowing nails, bunions chllblnns, tc.
They may be cure4thn It your feet may be broken
of thtlr bad habits. You will be surprise J, not only
now much more easily and comfomblt yon will wa k
but with how much more vigor and force you will be
able to think and act In all your business or social
cal and sea me about this, or send me word and I
whl call on you,
Dr. W. R. Bogle,
Union Street above Hotel.
Contuluilon at office frt.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE SAME HOUR EVERY IUORNINQ
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep, your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try It a month,
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty Despatch!
Tel. Main 76. 95:46. Elite Dldg,
Tho Evening Bulletin,
75 cents rrr
TO DESTROY HIS POWER
IN TUE DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Significant Movement Started in New
York Slate Liberal Democratic
Party in Process of Organization.
New York, April 20. New York
friends of William J. Ilrynn will fight
the plan to make ex-Goernor David
I). Hill leader of the Drnocratlc paltv
In this State. The Liberal Democratic
parti Is the name of tho new organlra
lion through which tha Uryaiiltei ex
fcct to encompass the defeat nt Mr.
,11111 and his friends. Announcement
of the formation il this part) vn
made yesterday. Several of Mr. Ilry
an's most devoted follow -vs are mem
bers of the sub-comuiilt?c ou organiza
tion. The L'bc-al Detr.i -ratlc lutly w.ll
hold a Stnto convention In Cooler
l.iilpn on June ?, at which n full Sliilo
t'eket will be num'ii.t'uJ This in
reuncement means ilu; titer will ,
two Democratic canlMan-t for Omci
ntr In the field ncx. November, .inJ
that the Ilrynnites' fight ngn',-st Hill Is
to be carried to the pills.
Norman 13. .Mack, New voik member
of the Democratic Ni'lou.il Coimnl'tro,
has been in the West conferring ulth
(he Nebraska leader.
Mr. Urjan recently suggested the
nomination of Mr. Mack for tlovsrnur.
Ihe announcement that the Hr)'anlt;s
ould run an In leptmlmt cunip.ilgn In
his State Is the flrtt step tn.nnl iar
rylng out Mr. Uryan's Ideas about the
k'. v,i, ,, ,
This mocmcnt It believed by poli
ticians to be a part of Mr Hr).iti'r gen
eral plan to eliminate Hill an ,i cantli-
date for the Prenldentlal tionitaattai '
In 1904. Now that tlio varlout Democra
tic factions hno agreed on Hill for
leader In the coming rnmpnign, ills
prominence In the vent of micccsj at
tbc polls is glWng the Ilrynnltci gu-jt
They calculate that Hill ej-i be hord
ed off as n Presidential poBlblllty by
the nominations of u third ticket this
fall nnd tho Irnnsuiiunt il.ft.it nf ihe!
regular Dcindciatlc candidate for Ci-V
The sub-committee on oiganlzatlon
of the Lllieral Democratic partj enn
lists of Melvin G. Palllser .lames It.
Ilrown, George W Thoaip'on nnd Rob
ert Stewnrt of this clt , J W K. Kilt
tenber of Newburg, Jay Forrest of Al
bany. LMgnr L. Itder of 0sonlng and
J S. Corbln of Com erne tr Among tbc
ncthe spirits are secerul of Mr. Mack's
lieutenants In Wtsteiu Ntw York.
AT Hid BAH
Twenty-seven Stanford ttudents sat
doun to the banquet gltn by Mis.
Lcland Stanford at the Moana hotel
last evening In honor of tho Stanford
students now ln the city. Mrs. Stanford
herself makiiigtnent-elght. The ban
quet was a must enjuyucile ono from
utart to finish. The table was sit in
Ihc east parlor and the guests were re-'
eclved In the uiltlng room next to this
place. Till- table ai decorated In Urn
When It came time for speeches, J.
Tarn MiGrew as timuuaster, called ou
A I) ram Lewis Jr. to respond to tho
toast "Stanfoid," which lie did very
gracefully. This was reiponded to by
Mrs. Stanford. One tif the features of
the evening was the prexcntatlon of a
koa calabash to Mis, .Stanford by Cbus
S. Dole ou behalf of the Stanford stu
dents In Honolulu. On one side nt
tbc calabash was the eoat-of-arms ot
Hawaii In slher and beneath It tho
following inscription: Presented to
Mrs. Leland Stanford, with tho Aloha
of the Stanford men urul women of Ha
waii." Those present were Mrs. Lelaud
Stanford, Prank Andrade Miss C. (1,
Darnhlscl, Miss M. Uarnanl, Miss Her-
tha Uerner, Mlts Mary liorden, Ueoige
Connon, K, It. Dart, Charles S. Dole, C.
U. Djke, Mrs. C. II Dke. Miss Alice
Fclker, J. W, Fcigiieun, V. D. Har
vey. It. Hawxhurst, MUs II. James. A
Lewis Jr., J. T. MrGrew, II. 11. Pen
hallow, K. C. Peters, M. W. Parkhurst,
W. P. Itoth, W. 11. Sojit H. r Slem
ons, O. L. Sorenscin, D L. Van Dine,
J. H. WlUon. L. SI White-house
AURIVC r-ltOM HONOLULU.
The ship Mar) L C'ushliiR, Ciiptalc
McNeill, lb days from Honolulu, ar
rived at San Fruiulfcio on the l'Jtb In
'Ilia barkcntlnc S. N Castle, Captalu
Nllson, 16 days from this port, reach
ed San Trnnclsco on April 19.
Johnson, 10k57 rL:i:3JDIjI34o67S90..
The schooner Uosamond, Captalu
Jo neon. It! days from Ulcele, Kauai,
arrived nt San l-'rancjuo on the 19tb
The schooner Mary E. Foster, Cap
tain Thompson, anlitd at Port Ram
ble from Honolulu on the 19th Inst.
The schooner King Cjiua urrhed al
I'ort Ulakeley from Honolulu oh th(
19th Inst .
RACli FROM HONOLULU.,
San Francisco. April 20 A race from
Honolulu by two of the sugar vessels
was finished yesterday morning so
closely that both claim u victory. Tho
schooner Rosamond. Captain Johnson,
with 30.C9I bags of sugar nnd three pas-ef-ngcrs,
sailed from tho Island pent on
the afternoon of April 3, huciuI hours
Ichlnd tho barhcntlno S. N. Castle.
Captain Nllson, .ilbo with a cargo of
ciii.n. nti.l IuiiIva Tatinnt.u,. ,iiiuu.mtri .
..... ...... ......J U M ,'.... ' IJU.V-.b1'"'
"10 vessels linn exceptionally line
'weather all the way.
Instruments Filed for Record April 28.
D. Malkonl Kahalelaau D
Knncalll and hsb II. Hook . D.
I. Hoolapa Kekualnahta . I),
M K Kulhelanl J V. Miranda D
M. de r Miranda J. V. Miranda D
11 J. K. Nawahlno ct al. Chan
11. Hoewaa Mrs I. Kalua I).
Kahnwai ct at. J. W. Kalua I)
J. K. Kahookele M. Ambroze . I)
N. do ltego ct al. Wm. Hennlng .M
Wm. Hrimmlng II. A. Wadsnorth M.
W. O. Aiken Hashlmura ct a . L
M. L. Sea A. N Haselden . L
J. Makainal B. It. TaIor . 1)
S. I. KaUl Ahcen L.
J. P. Ilodrlgues J. P. Lino ..n.S.L.
K, Strauch, tr. L. K. Puahl .. .1).
L. K. Puahl F. Strauch ... . I).
Haaloku L, L. McCandlcss ... 1)
Mrs. L. Kahalna M. Hiram . . I)
II. II. Taylor J. Makainal M.
U. P. Waahlla Nabchara ct al .L.
1). P. Waahlla Okubo .... L.
Pang Chong Pacific Land and Im
provement Co I)
Parlflr Land and Imp. Co. J II
Joao Martin M. V. Sllva .... I)
Kthnla Sugar Vo. L'slate Robt. It.
Cl.ln Kon Lin J. Gomes da Costa .0.
.1 G. da Costn A. N. Campbell,
S. C. Allen-O. Winter Itil
O. 11. Paris Plrst National Hank
of llnwall M
Loo Chit Sam W. IJ. Wall..Shtglt
Recorded April 16, 1902.
Alice i: Harrison nnd husband to
Clans SprerKels and Company: addi
tiniinl charge; Grnuts 3680 and "t',:"i
A'apal and Lunnlllu streets, ITonolii
In. Oahu, mortgage noto In bonk 19'i
pege 497: IISOU. Hook ?32, pngo 3S9
Dated April 1C. 1j02.
Mnnoel Gomes to J. D. Mnrnucx
chnttel mortgagi-: seven horses, wan
ens, etc.. Honolulu. Oahu; JjOU. Hook
232. page 312. Dated March 13, WC
Recorded April 18, 1902.
V.. K. .Mnnsman to J. II. Athertnn.
",,c": ,',u ' ,mV '" "eV.e , "V.
tmtt. Honnlillil. Oulili: MOO. Hook 231
Sfi2 Dated April 12. 1002
Recorded April 19, 1902.
K. Kentwp.ll, trustee, and wife
L MtCnndless; deed; cuie-hnlf
Interest In Alt. 2. It. P. 47, Kill. 977
r,ne-hnlf Interest In Ap 2, It. P. I't7i.
Kill. 071)0. Malum. Walniine. Oahu,
$137 oil. Hook 231, page 30.'. Dated
April 17, 1012.
C Wluam to Annie Hall, by guar
dl.m: ngrevmc-nt. In re Imprnvemi'niH
cm II. P. Si'iOii, Anln, IIcjjiolulu. Oahu
HcHtk 23S. page 13u. Dated Apill 1
Annie Hall, by guaidlan, to Kstnte
W. C. I.unalllo; mortgage; one-half
It. P. .IfWfi. Kill. 62.19, Aaln. Honolulu
Oahu; $2100. Hook 230, pago 137
Dated April IS, 1902.
Recorded April 21, 1932.
Gilbert S. Patten to Harold, V. Pat
ton; power of attorney; general now-.
ith. Hook 23S, page 13 1. Dated Jul
J. Snlffen nnd wlfo to Ksther Cock-
ctt; deed; Interest In II. P. 91. Keo
hen and Nanhic, piece land, Kamnolt
Kula, Maul; $. Hook 231, page 302.
Dated April 2. 1902.
Citing Kon Lin, by attorney, to Alco,
deed; portion Mil. 1120, Pauoa, Hono
lulu, Oahu; $300. Hook 231, page 303
Dated Marcn . 1902..
Talula L. Haselden nnd husband
tu Paul Neumann ct al.; agreement;
lo convey two thirds of all real and
personal property, Lanal. Hook 235,
page 132. Dated August 9, 1900.
Joshua Walohlnu to T. Mlyasakl;
lease; piece laud and buildings, Han
cln. Hnmakua. Hawaii; ten 'years nt
$15 per month. Honk 233, page 263.
Dated April 1. 192.
Manuel Cadlnha to Ilakalau Plantn
tlon Company; leaso; lot 10, Walhau
inalo, North llllo, Hawaii; four yearH
loi portion crops. Hook 2.13, page 2ll
Duted April 7. 1902.
SI. S. Perclrn tn I. Rubinstein; no
slgnment of morigagu:. mortgnge Alu-f
niul hiisbaml ou piece land Honolulu
Oahu. $1S00 Hook 171 page US
Duted April 19. 1902
The Anicrlcan-ilawnllan Steamship
Company's bit; frelahter Alaskan, Cap
tain IMulleld, salted from San Kran
rlsco at 5 o'clock In the morning of tha
21st Inst., unci Is now due at this port.
Sajs the S.i 11 Kranclsco Chronicle of
April 21: "On her trip Saturday, undtv
command of Captain (Jeorgc Harvey, of
tills city, the huge tln-bcrew freighter
sliowcd a speed of nearly tncln knots,
the actual speed being 1 1 9 knots, an I
to tho dithers of tho company and tile
representatives of Ihe I'nlon Iron
Works proed herself to lie better than
was expected. Yestciilaj the Alaskan
took on u quantity of fi eight for Hono
lulu that had accumulated tin tho
wharf, and the remainder of her sup
ply of 2S00 tons of roal. At Honolulu
the steamer will take In 12,000 tons of
sugar for New York, much the largest
cargo that bus eer left the Islands.
In eery respect tho Amerlcan-Havca-llnn
Compaio's licet, having not onlv
greater capacity und speed, but better
facilities for handling freight and morn
attractive) quarters for tho officers and
crew fleorge Dearborn of New York,
pii-Hldent of the company, as present
on the trial trip, and also spent snmo
time on the big steamer yesterday. The
N'evadan of the same line, also new, Is
now loading freight at New York for
this port, and Is expected to sail within
a few days. Among thse on the Alas
kan during the trial trip were Ircsldcnt
George C. Dearborn, 12. II. Dlmonil,
Sutton, Captalu Metcalfe, I.lojd's sur
veyor; Hnglneer Stewart of Lloyd's
Ocorge Dickie, James Dickie, A. It.
Small, Engineers (lardncr and John
Munay of the I'nlon Iron Works and
Morris I'. Hates "
Tho Alaskan will be the largest
ficfghtcr that ever entered this port.
She will do k at the railway wharf.
It Itequlrrs Nerve to Htand the strnln
of riorums neuralgia, plans In tho faco,
hrtiil cir.nny purtluu nf the bnilv Thmp
pains nro citilckly stopped by tho use
j of l'llltliy DAVIS' I'AIN-KILLi:il.
The relief Is Immediate ami listing. DO
1 nut stirrer a moment lunger but use tho
I'nln-Klller as directed. Avoid subtdl-
tutiH, thern Ih but nno I'nln-Klllcr.
rv uais . Price Itfc. and Ma.
MAKES FINE MM
You have paid for two or three homes during your llfttlm.
Especially If you have been paying rent; and we regret that
you hav nothing to show for the money spent In this mannt.'.
We hav now on sale lots In the beautiful Puupueo Tract,
whlih contains the finest auburban property In Honolulu. This
tract commands a magnificent view of mountains and ocean, has
macadamized streets, artesian water, and the electrlo car lint
passe through the property. For any further Information regard
ing prices, terms, etc, address
ISLAND REALTY COMFY
204 ,IUOD UUIUDINO. ,
Oceanic Steamship Company
The stearucrs of this line will arrive and loave this port as hereunder:
FHOM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
SIKIIRA . .
SONOMA . .
ln connection with tno sailing ur tno acove stcamors, me agents arc pre
i red to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
nsd from San Kranrlsco to all poluts In the United States, and from Now
rork by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPJ.T TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AQENT8 OCEANIC S. 8. CO.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE DETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, m Pacific Coast.
C. S. NEVADAN, to sail April 20th.
S. S. HAWAIIAN, to sail May 20th.
Freight received at Company's wharf. I2d St., South Urooklyn, at all times.
Prom Sun PranclHCO
8. S. HYADE8, to sail May 17.
freight received at Company's whnrf, Stewart Street Pier 20.
Prom Senttlo nnd Tncornn
8. S. CALIFORNIAN, to sail April 20.
8. S. AMERICAN, to sail June IS.
For further particulars apply to (
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight ABenL H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental 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.
CHINA AI'IUL 30
DORIC MAY 8
Nll'I'ON MAUU MAY 1C
I'i:ilU MAY 21
COPTIC jitni: 3
AMKItICA MAUU JUNK 11
1TKINO JUNK 19
ttAKLIC JUNU 28
1IOKCIKOKQ MAUU JULY t
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION
H. HACKPBLO &
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of tho above line, running In connection wit a tho CANA.TI
.N PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. D. C. and Sydnty, N.S.vV..
and railing at Victoria, It. C, Honolulu, Suva, l'ljl nnd Drlsbanc, aro DUE
AT HONOLULU on or about tho dates
from Vancouver ana Victoria, B. C.
(For Drisbane and Sydnoy.)
MOANA MAY 10
MIOWKRA JUNK 7
MOANA JULY C
Through TIcketB Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
turope. For Freight and Passage and all general Information, apply to
Thco. II. Davlen & Co., Ltd., Gcn'lAftcnte.
GLOBE NAVIGATION COMPANY, LTD.
PUOET SOUND-HONOLULU ROUTE.
Connecting Direct without transfer with O. N. Ry.. N. P. It, and C. P.
It. Lowest rates of freight from all eastern points; shortest possible time.
S. 8. EUREKA, from Seattle, on or about APRIL 10
S. 6. TAMPICO, from 8eattle, on or about MAY 10
For further Information address
L. &. BEEBE,
k Z Brewer Building, Honolulu. AGENT HAWAIIAN I8LANDS.
Globe Nav. Co, Ltd., Seattle, Wash.; P. W. Rochester, 308 Market St,
S. F.; Agents of above roads, will furnish Information.
Everything New, Good Table, Nice
Bedrooms, Sample Room for Commer
cial Travelers. Opposite Landing, line
Wow, cool and comfortable Terms
THE AMOUNT PAID
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAID FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
HOME TOO. ...
6 i ventura
ALAMEDA MAY 21
SIKRRA A MAY 27
ALAML'DA JUNK 11
SONOMA JUNK 17
AMHUICA MAUU . .
CHINA JUNK 21
DORIC JUNK 28
NIPPON MAUU JULY 8
APPLY TO P. M. 6. 8. OO.
CO, LTD. AGENTS.
below stated, viz.:
rrom Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, B. C.)
MIOWERA MAY 7
AOUANOI JUNK -I
MOANA JULY 2
Pearl City Hotel
A plaie for town people to lay oil
lor n few dus
Furnished moms flint class meals,
iluiieliig pmllinn, nice picnic grounds,
nlsu stabling fur hursos.
Convenient for a country outing.
J. W. CHAPMAN,
2131-3m ' "
tCXOSfl THE CONTINENT JTHOM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM BAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
raly THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
'Jinan Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
lac and Library Cars, with Barber
Ikop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-caxte),
Freo Reclining Cbnlrs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
H. LOTHROP, General Aeent
1 Third street, Portland, Oregon,
l. ArT. HITCHCOCK, Oeneral Agent,
Mo. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
I. U LOUAX. O. P. & T. A.,
1471 Omaha, Nebraska.
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
riNQ STREET LINE,
Cart Itavt Walklkl tor town at j j. t ij. 6 4 A m.
q4 trtry is rolnuttt tttfrcafttr till to.. n:tf aa4
iijir.K, Iron Walklkl ro o Uit Punation SutH.i,
Cart laava R Panct or Pawaa twttcb for town at
t.flA M. and tvtry t Rilautaatli.rtartertlU 11 cfr.M.
cart arava rori ana tunc trrfttt comtf lor palama
it 6.10 A M. ani avtry if
Blouttt afttf till 11 tf
Cart Itivi lor Palama onlr al j an j f A .
Cart If at Palama lor Walklkl it A M an! ntr
m ntoultt title P n, than at 10 is ana loisr.M
foaii is A. Iron Palama lor Puoabou only toaa
to Walkl.lon Salurdayt,
Carl Irart Fort ana Klnj Mrttticorntr lot Rlflt
Rasra at s to and to a.m
Cart laat Tort and King ttrratt cornar lor Walklk
at 6 os A M, and avary 11 nlnulct nil toosP.M, tkta at
l U and 11 ns P M. Tha 11 is P.M. toat to Walklkl
ot Saturday! only
BERETANIA STREET AND r'UUANU VAU.EY.
Cart laava Punahou Stable lor Town at 1 ) and
lor Townaod Vatlty ati 40 s s 6 t0 - 6 40 r and
r to A M,
Cart laavt Oahu Collar for town and Valt.v at
6 jo 6 50 and 1 10 A.M and aver) to mhiulat till 10 10
p.m aacart " aven nour ana hair, nour art whlcs
run Irom tha Statla
Caraltava Nuuanu ValUy at 6'to 6 )o 6 so A.M and
avtry 10 talnutra thrrrafttr till 10 so P M
Cart Itavt I-ort and Qun ttrratt for Punahoa
Colltrt at 6 os 6 ts 6 4S A M and tvtry 10 talnutat
attar till 9 4S P M Altar that tho cart run to tha
Slabla up to 1 1 sop.m. which la tha latt car from Town
rtachlnf tha SlaMa at 11 )o P M
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
kEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. HENRIQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance Is offered for
SEB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Mauna ixr.
tt Kallua and take passengers orerland
to Ilookena, where the steamer la met
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1.
n. Sun DAILY ai. bun DAIIY DAICT
A.M. AM. A.M. P.M PM
Paail City. .
Ewa Mill. .
Ewa Mill ..
Paail City .
.. T la
u m weilF-fTSLIB
kl ri a -1&C?
oil U.01 l jar
o.t 11 40 j it :s
lo ol la oa 4 5 ia
10 s 4 4 ....
II. Sun. DAILY DAILY DAILY
AM. A.M P.M PM.
IS .--. aoS
... a 10 .... a so
1 10 ... ill
S'to V is I H t M
6 IS I o to 4 a
.$o I.JI o a
r C. SMITH, Ocn'l Pass. & Ticket Aft.
O. P. DKNISON, Superintendent
Draye lor Freight
Our representative mets all Incom
ing steamers from the Coast, and we
check baggage on all outgoing steatn-
While and Black Sand For Salf
Office with Evening Bulletin, III
King street Tel 88.
rV. L4RSEH. M''r.
When You Want
RiNO UP Till
LIVERY BOARDING and
J I : 618 FORT OTREETJ
Btable Thoue, 109 Main.
Hack Stand, 'Phones 319 and 32.
C. H. BELLINA.
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUOAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to ordor. Holier work
nA IHVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOR WORK, and repalra
executed st shortest notlcfl
COTTON BROS. & CO
I-NOINI EHS AMI : : :
P.ana and tallmalra lurnlthaJ tot a, I clatui
Tel. Main 245.
ROOM 300 30STON BLK. Honolulu.
The i:vruliig Ilullctin.
73 cents por