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NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS'
Of Honolulu Ilnpld Transit & Land
Company, a corporation organized un
der the tans of the Republic of Ha
waii, now Territory of Hnuall:
Whereas, the Vice President of said
roiporntlon did on tho twenty-eighth
r.ay of April, 1102, call a special meet
il.f. of the stockholders of snld corpor
is ntlon to be held at tho time and place
nml for the purpose hereinafter set
furth, and directed the Secretary of
snld corporation to give to tho stock
holders thereof notlco of said special
n'Cvtlng, which said order of said Vlco
President Is In writing and ono fllo
with tho Secretary of said corporation;
Now, then fore. Notice Is hereby
, gtcn to tho stockholders of said cor
poration that at 9:30 o'clock a. m., on
the Slh day or May. A. I). 1902, a spe
cial meeting of the stockholders of
Honolulu Ilnpld Transit & Land Com
pany will be held at Assembly Hall,
o-er Castle & Cooke, Limited, offices,
In the city of Honolulu, Island of On
hu. Territory of Hawaii, for tho pup
pose of considering the proposition to
cieatc n bonded Indebtedness of said
Hrnolulu Itapld 'transit & Land Com
pany to the amount of ono million
dollars (11.000.000), hi gold coin of
the United States of America, and
that If said bonded indebtedness Is au-
thorlzcd to bo created that It bo rep
resented by the bunds of said corpor
n'lon. to bear such date as tho Hoard
of Directors may determine, to bo
inynblo twenty-flvo years after dato, lr said, of interference by tho Ilus
with Interest nt the rato or 0 per.rcnt 8an Government, ns the latest Impo
per annum, payable half-yearly, said rlal llccrec uoea not discriminate be-
fcisi!air"?ja?Siai r,Kne,rs "I "w .ralD-
as may bo determined by tho Doard of " on ,ne cn8tcrn Bhoro of slbcrla
Directors of said corporation, and If " should bo understood that tho
so created said bonded Indebtedness Minister of 8tate and Domains, on
of trust upon nil of tho corporato prop
city and franchises now belonging to
rnld corporation or which It may bnre
Hy order of tho Vice President.
J. A. OILMAN,
Secretary Honolulu Itapld Transit &
Honolulu, Apill 28, 1902. 2131-9t
A special stockholders' meeting of
tl.u Honolulu Rapid Transit & Land
Company will bo held In Assembly
tall, over the offlco ot Castlo & Cooko
Limited, corner or Hethel and King
streets, Honolulu, on Wednesday, May
7, 1902, nt 9:30 c-clock n. m.
At such meeting It is intended to,
pruposo alterations anil amendments
to the by-laws and an incrcaso in tho
capital stock of tho company.
Hy order of tho Vlco President.
J. A. OILMAN,
Secretary Honolulu Rapid Transit &
Honolulu, April 28, 1902 '131-St
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San FrinclKo. "
in Jury's Hands
San Francisco, April 23. Today a
Jury will decide tho fato of Walter N.
Dlmmlck, whose trial in the United
States District Court on a charge of
stealing $30,000 In gold coin from the
cashier's vault of the Mint has bem on
for many das. The Introduction of
ctlclrnce was concluded jeatcrclay and
the arguments of counsel commenced.
A mild sensation was produced In
the taking of testimony when the Got
eminent placed Secret Serlcc Agent
Uurns on the witness stand to detail
the practical confession of Dlmml'-k
that ho had stolen the $30,000 and ttns
eager to make restitution If guaran
teed Immunity from punishment.
Attorney Collins, for the defense,
made no objection to the Introduction
of Hums' evidence. On the contiary,
he asked that Jt be Introduced.
AMERICANS SHUT OUT
Washington, April 21. Under date
ol .Match 1, 1902, Commercial Agent It
T. Greener reports from Vladivostok
to tho State Department:
It Is reported In a "Seattle paper thai
an expedition of six men Is preparing
;t' sail In the spring to engageiln mln
Ing In Slbcra. They havo no fear. It
proclaimed the closing
to gold, coal and oil exploitation of
tho entire district of tho maritime
province from l'oslel to Retiring
Strait, lying with 100 vcrsts (CO miles)
of tho sea coasl Island of 'Saghallcn,
and nil other islands on the coast. Tho
Oovejnor General at Habarofsk has
tho right, in connection with the Min
istry Of State and Domains, to grant
permits In cases where the parties
havo already been admitted to mining
privileges and secured titles In tho
territory now closed, when such titles
were secured In good faith by Itusslan
aremts or firms who are Thoroughly
responsible. Two applications of for
lOlgucrs to mine within the forbidden
strip are now-pending one American
tho other Knsllsh. If grnnted. there
will bo two parties resident here own
ing mines who have Itusslan partners.
London, April 21. Letters were re-
reived here today from Harry dc
Wlnclt, leader of tho expedition which
Ih attempting to ninko its way over
land from Paris to New York, dated
Vorkhojnnslc, Cast Slbcrla, nt the eniH
ol February. In splto of tho forebod
Irgs of the officials at Yakutsk, who
strongly urged Da, Wlnclt not to con
tliine his Journey, saying tho concll
tlrtns were worso this J ear than ever,
tho expedition reached VurMio)aiil;,
COO miles north of Yakutsk, I'cbiuar)
Tho members or tho expedition had
a terrible experlenco while crossing
tho Verkhoyansk mountains. Tho
cold wns Intense, G3 degrees below
zero being registered. All tho tmvel
trs wore frost bitten. Otherwise the
were well and In good spirits, and
wore leaving the snmo day for Zoned
no Koljmsk, a town ot Kast Siberia
900 miles farthei on, which tho party
hoped to reach nbuut tho middle of
Mnr.Ii. Then it was their Intention
to push on l&OO .miles to Cast Capo
on Hchrlng Straits. Probably the
next netts of the expedition will bo Its
arrival In the United States, via led
ring Sarlts. Do Windt mentions a
i c port that Union Tolics' expedition
ory ship Serin was stranded an the
Siberian Islands, and that only seven
tens ot coal remained' on .board,
ft. AMrn I-lMt-lc "Belt
pensocv 's Kuanntred
all tht wiir.ttlve prorer
tics of the esiienslve belts now sold by
do. tors and JriiEP,. '. It glvrs a very
trons: current of electricity and Is e.illy
reftulited. Ibiund to supersede others. Can
Merco Electric Co . 2oG Post St.. Sin
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Washington, April 21 The United
States Supreme Court today upheld the
validity of a certain portion of the
Chinese exclusion lawB that came In
question through the case of Lee Yen
Tal, a Chinese laborer v. ho was cap
tured on the New York border. He
claimed to be a merchant and had no
certificate, He was ordered deported,
but a writ of habeas corpus was obtain
ed, and ho was ordered discharged.
The Circuit Court admitted him to ball,
pending an appeal. The case hinged
on one questlonwhether section 12 of
the act of 1882, as amended by the act
of 1883, and continued by the act of
1S92, was rendered void by the .treaty
of 1891. Section 12 required a Chinese
entering the United States by land to
produce a certificate showing right to
Justice Harlan delivered the opinion
of the court, saying: "A statute en
qcted by Congress expresses the will of
the people of the United States In the
most solemn form. If not repugnant
to the Constitution It Is made by that
Instrument a part of the supreme law
of the land and Bhould never be held
to be displaced by a treaty subsequent
ly concluded unless it is impossible for
both to stand together and be enforced.
So far from there being any incon
sistency between the treaty and statute
herein question, the twelfth section of
the act of 1SS2 as amended In 1SSI and
continued In force for ten years fiom
and after the passage of the act of 1892
Is In absolute harmony with the treaty
and can bo enforced wltlio-it affecting
or Impairing any right secured by the
treaty. On the contrary the enforce
ment of that section as amended will
serve to advance the purposes of the
two countries In respect of Chinese la
borers as avowed In the treaty of 1891
Despite the Ingenious argument to the
contrary, we do not perceive any dim
culty whatever In reaching this con
clusion nfter carefully scrutinizing tho
treaty and statute. A different conclu
sion would be hostile to the objects
which, as avowed In the treaty, both
the United States and China desire to
accomplish. This Is so clearly manifest
that argument cannot make It iiioih
Canton, April 20. The rebels urc
besieging Nan Nlng, an Important city
in the province of Ivwnng-S-'l and It U
icported that the place has ahead
fallen. The tclegtnph wire bt.voml
Wu Cho.v, between Cantor, and .Sim
Nlng. have been cut.
Peking, April 'JO. The populace Is
becoming Increasingly exil'cd over tu
mors that trouble Is Imminent he'wecu
the imperial and foreign troops, but
the demeanor of the Chinese continues
friendly toward foreigners, the beit In
formed of whom discredit the rumors
of the existence of nn anti-foreign feel
ing. The commanders of the guards at
the foreign legations met today and ar
ranged plans for defense r.hould trou
The Intention of the Empress Dow
ager to review tho Imperial troops on
the return of the court from the Jour
ney to the eastern tombs of the djnust)
has been abandoned, presumably be
cause the Chlneso olllclal cuiislcleicu
that the holding of u review might b
cunstiued ns a demonstration against
the forclgu t loops.
London, April 20. A dispatch to n
news agencj from Shanghai, under to
daj'H date, says the foreign ni"ivlinnu
there aie Incicaslng their opposition
to the tariff proposals of Sir J.unej I.
Macksi), the Ilrltish Tariff Commis
sioner, which include the abolition of
the likln and the Increase of the Im
port duties. The American and llrltlsli
Commissioners fully discussed the sub
ject. Subsequently tho American Com
missioners announced that his decision
was against Sir James' proposals. The
Japanese Commissioner also condemn?
Corpse in Tea Box
Yokohama. April 11 (Wa Victoria, II
C. Apill 22). On the "th Inst a tc.i
Ihi. wrapped In mnttlnK nrrhed ut Tu
yohashc station from NiiKoja b tiirin
A fetid odor uas noticed about the box
and the railway authoiltics openeil It
They were hoirlflcd to find iWthlu the
box the body of n man who bail el-
ilently met with n violent death.
The man wlfo enmo to inaKn il. liver)
of the bos was at onco arr.Mtc I and
tc-ut to the local police station, where
he confessed that tho body wns thai
of his young brother, and that he and
tho consignee wcro the murdeieiH, his
name being Ishlbe Eljlro.
It appears that the murderer U a
photographer and the victim, his )oui)g
brother, a pickpocket, who luiil been
Imprisoned six times. The murder
took place at tho photographer's resi
dence on the luth of March and the
corpse wag concealed under the veran
da until midnight on the Cth Inst.,
when the muidercr shipped thc body
on a train. Intending to dispose of (t In
tho country .
According to his confession, the mur
derer at first reprimanded his brother
In conscciuenro of fiovernl repe-tltlcuu
of his criminal proclivities, The lat
ter houocr, assumed a delimit alti
tude nud this excited the form, r 11
kill his brother with a'catieswoid.
The Gilppe. This can bo avoided by
taking tcaspoonful tuacn of 1'AI.N'
ICII.I.EU In hot water H.icctcni'd, na
well na by external application, full di
rections nro on each bottle. A Imttlu of
MIii-Klller kept In the house will proio
valuable not only for the (Irlpjic, but
tor oidlnnry cougha and coMs. AoM
subntltuti'B, thero Is but onu 1'aln-Kill-er'
Perry Davis". Prlco 23c. and GOc.
X-tP T'H,.1U.'5' -iifcth' -Jto ..-
Recorded April 21, 1902.
Charles M. Cooke Limited, ot al, to
Juliette M. Athcrton; exchange) deed.;
4 8-10 acres land. Luakaha, Honolulu,
Oahu $1. Hook 231, page 309. Dated
March 19 1902.
J. 11. Atherton and wife to Charlei
At. Cooke, Limited, exchange! deed,
10 4-10 acres land, Lual-aha, Honolu
lu. Oahu. (L Hook 231, page 309. Dat
ed March 19. 1902.
Hlshop of Panapolls ct al. to Estate
ot Jno, McColgan; deed; real and
personal property of Estate of Jno.
McColgan; $4000. Hook 231, pago
33. Dated July 21, 1901.
Andrew Dompter to ManocI S. Per
cira. partial release; two mortgage
notes In book 214. pago 238; $1500
Ue-ok 230, pago 145. Dated April 12,
J. K. Humburg and wife to II. Hack
feld & Company, Limited; deed, lots
8, 9. 10. 11 and 12, block 10. Rewalo
tract Honolulu, Oahu; $7000, Hook
231. page Sin. Dated April 14 1902.
Jno. Schllrr and wife to Hank of Ha
wall. Limited; mortgage; lots It, 1.1
ei'cl 14 block .10. Kalmukl tract. Hono
lulu. Oahu. $500. Hook 230, page 110.
Dfcted April 21, 1902.
Kalallomla to Mary Ann Leo ot nl ;
deed. Intel est In It. P.'s 799 828 nud
M5. etc Wnlplo. etc-., Ewa. Oahu
$2(iri. Rook 231. page. 311 Dated Apr
Recorded April 22, 1932.
W. L. WIIcoy to J. Alfred Magoon
r orlgage; IL P. 3303. Knlllil. 1 19 1000
acres land. Walklkl, Honolulu, Oahu.
$I5imi. Hook 232, page 331. Daled
Nm ember 3", lh'tl.
Carrie W. Sharratt and husband to
J Alfred Mngncin: mortgage: lots In
11. 12. block 2. Kapahiilu tract. Hono
lulu Oahu: $370. Hook 232. imco 351
Dated April 21. 1902.
Chang Qual to Cheng Yee ot al ;
power or attorney, general powem
Pool, 2.!5. pago 13S. Dated April D.
Kaplolanl Estate. Limited, to W. C
Ac hi, partial release; lot 13. block 7.
iiiiplolanl tract. Honolulu. Oahu, $.125
Hook 232, pago 353. Dated Apt II 22,
Alible K. Parker and husband (8)
to W. C. Achl; partlnl relonsc, lot 1.1.
h'ocli 7 Kaplolanl tract, Honolulu
Oahu: $1. Hook 232. pago 353. Dated
April 22. 19(12.
A. P. Cnudnlario to Jcuo Muni
p.iwer of attorney: general power
Hook 235. page 139. Dated April 12
(' da Cumhia and wife to Jose C
(In Cambra ot nl : deed; lot .1, block
t. Kalulanl tract. Honolulu. Oahu, $1
Hook 231. page 312. Dated April 19
Naholnwaa to Lucy Kahalna; deed;
It. P.s 571. 539 and 510. Interest in
piece- land. Walmanatn, Koolaupoko,
Oahu; $50. Hook 234. pago 313. Dat
ed April IB. 19u2.
Recorded April 23, 1902.
Goo York, by attorney, ct al. to Hop
Wo Wal Company, bill of sale; lease
hold, buildings, llvo stock, etr Kama
kaolin. Ilanalel. Kaunl; $1900. Hook
235. page- 110. Dated March, 1902.
New York. April 21 It Is reported
Hut A'nl- "V Cur.eglp is alio'it to .iilec
u 'cp which will put III i In the sai.i
class with John D. Horl.e feller dim
l.e m.cl Stanford In tne iii-bulbling I
,i icnt iinlvpislty It Is iilinounc -el
li.iu bo will unde-rlake- t iniiLo Vs
c-i i Irnlversil of Penr.bjlvnnla a u
al or Chlc-agei ami Stanfeud.
Acting Chain ellor llrashear of the
Pi'nns)lvniila University wan sent for
bv J'nrnegle- In New York and togcth
er the- two mdc fiom this city to
PltUhiitK. During this ride Carnegie
gnv tjic outline ot w-liut no intended
te do. Tho Western University of
I'c nnnvhuiil t Is built mi a hill over
looking Allegheny City. It s to be
given to Pittsburg and located adja
cent to tho new l'ol) technique, Instl
tutu. Library. Art Gallery nnd Mil
num. The purpose Is to combine all
those Institutions und mnko them one
of the grcuti'st edueatliiiinl centerH of
The details of Carnegie's proposl
lion havo not been given out, but it Is
said that ho has tho project very much
ct licit t. In this connection it Is said
the title- or tho Wosteiu I'ulverslty of
PentiH)lvniihi. which Is cumbersome
lit host, muy be clidiiRod so ns tei em
balm the name of Carnegio mid cnrr
It. down to posteilty. It is piosumed
fiom tho Inkling of his plans that has
leaked nut that he must bo ionteiupl.il
lug a donation of mail) millions o)
Gen. Wood Pardons
One Fraud Witness
Haiuna, April 22 (Joicrnor flencral
Wood Issued an order today pardoning
W, It Reeves, who aB recently ten
tenced to ten curs' Imprisonment and
to pay a tine of (33.51G for complicity
In thu Cuban postal frauds, lteevcrf
uas liberated at once. Uvneral Woods
b.ijs he pardoned Itceics because hn
wits a witness for the slate. The order
pardoning him illd not come as a siii
prlse. feu It has been generally under
htooil cu'l tjlinf ( Estes (I. Itatliboiie
was first ace iieil of connection with
the postal frauds, that tliccc had bun
piomlM'il iiumiiull) by tho mllllai)
Boxeniuii'iit. 'IIiIh had been denied, in
well no the fuel thai the (imunmei i
had been using Iteeies as a witness for
the state. t
Hu manor was ri'foiieil to l . emu
tel fin Itailibeiuc- In summing up Hair
client's ete ItatbKcine'M l.iw)crs de
clared that this pimnlse of Immunity
had Inlliienioil Iteevts to make stutt-
mcuts agniubt Italhbouc.
.51 . . --
You have paid for two or three homes during your lifetime.
Especially If you have been paying rent; and we regret that
yau have nothing to show for the money spent In thla mannw.
We have now on Mia lots In the beautiful Puupueo Tract
whl:h contains the finest suburban property In Honolulu. This
tract commands a magnificent view of mountain and ocean, hat
macadamized streets, artesian water, and the electric car Una
pasaaa through the property. For any further Information regard
ing price, term, etc., addres
ISLAND REALTY COMP'Y
Oceanic Steamship Company
The (teamen of this line will arrive and lcavo this port aa he.vander:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
In connection wttk the sailing or tno aborc steamers, me ugents are pro
tared to Issue, to Intending paosengcrs, coupon through tickets by any rail--oad
from Bju Francisco to nil poluts In tho United States, and from New
'ork. by any steamship lino to all European portB.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
tfVm. 6. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, yia Pacific .Coast.
S. S. NEVADAN, to sail April 20th.
S. 8. HAWAIIAN, to tall May 20th.
Freight received at Company's wbarf. t:d St., South Brooklyn, at all times.
From Sun PrnnclHCo
S. S. HYADES, to sail May 17.
Freight received at Company's wharf, Stewart Street Pier 20.
From Sejtittlo nnd Tucoma
8. S. CALIFORNIAN, to sail April 20.
8. 8. AMERICAN, to salt June 15.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Frelflht Aflent H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Accidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaish
Steamer of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the date below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
DOItlC MAY 8
NIPPON MAUU MAY 16
COPTIC JffNE 3
AMEItlCA MAUU JUNE 11
1T.KINO JUNE 19
fAEIJC JUNE 28
ikONUKONG MAIIU JULY 5
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION
H. HVCKPBLO &
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of tho above lino, running In connection wlta the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. II. C and Sydney, N.S.W..
nnd calling at Victoria, I), C, Honolulu, Suva, FIJI and Brisbane, aro DUE
AT HONOLULU ou or about the dates below stated, viz.:
rom Vancouver anu Victoria, D. C. I l-rom 8ydney and DrUbane.
(For llrlsbane and Sydney,)
1IOANX. MAY 10LMIOWEUA MAY
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
furope. For Freight and Passage ind all general information, apply to
Thco.H.Davlc8fyCo.,Ltd., Gen'l AficntB.
GLOBE NAVIGATION COMPANY, LTD.
Connecting Direct without transfer with Q. N. Ily., N. V. II, and C. P.
Lowest rates of freight from all
8, 8. EUREKA, from Seattle, on or
8.3. TAMPICO, from Seattle, on or
I For further Information address
L. E. BEEBE,
I 2 Brewer Building, Honolulu. AGENT HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
I r.lnh Niv. Co.. Ltd.. Seattle. Wash.: P. W. rtochecter. 303 Market St..
F.i Acjents of above roads, will furnish Information.
4 . LAHAINA
Everything New, Good Table, Nice
IkcJioomts, Sample noom for Ccuiininr
clal Trnvtlns. Oppuslto Ijindlns. Que
y., cool and comfortable. Torus
. Xi . i
THE AMOUNT PAID
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAID FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
HOME TOO. j
'SIERRA . .
SONOMA . ,
I ALAMEDA .
FOR 8AN FRANCISCO.
PEIIU MAY S
COPTIC MAY 1U
AMEItlCA MAUU MAY 20
PEKING MAY 28
GAELIC JUNE 7
1IONOKONG MAUU JUNE 13
CHINA JUNE 21
DOUIC JUNE 28
NIPPON MAUU JULY 8
APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
CO, LTD. AGENTS.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, D. C.)
7!.OUAN(I T...JUNE 4
EjMOANA JULY 2
eastern points; shortest possible time.
about APRIL 10
about MAY 10
Pearl City Hoiel
A iihcc fur tcittii ncoplo to la)
I leir :i few iiuy
ruiiiishcil i mniH flriet ilnsa meals
il mliiK i.i Ulon nle c picnic grounds,
iilro tjluMlns foi tiurtes.
Cunt cult nt tor a country outing.
J. W. CHAPMAN,
t . Ansttifmm
Line of fraveu
iCHOJia THE CONTINENT TROH
THE TRAINS DAILY
FTiOM BAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
al7 THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Ilium Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Barber
taop and Pleasant Reading Room.
Dining Cars (Meala a-U-cirU).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleeper.
IL LOTHROP, Oeneral Agent.
lit Third street, Portland, Oregoa.
. W. HITCHCOCK. General Agent,
Vo. 1 Montgomery SL.Ban Francisco.
I. U LOKAX, 0. P. ft T. A.,
1471 Omaha, Nebraska.
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KING STREET LINE.
Can Uivt Walktkl for town t 1 4, 1 1 j, 6 j a m,
tad tvtry is mlnutM ttwteifttr till to j, n;if ol
iijif.M from Wttklkl f o to tht Punihou Sufctit,
Can liavt K Pang ofPiwia witch tot town at
SjA M and ovtrjr i mlnutti tht rtatttr till if o6p.m.
Can Itavt Fort and Kin itrtttt corntr for Pilaaa
tt6 is A M. q4 tvtry i 1
itoutti aftff ttll n.if
Can Itavt for Paltma only at ani j jo A .
Canltavt Patama for Walklkl sts a k an4 twr
ij Blnuttiiiil 9 4)r M, thtnatio is ani t4SP.t
lot ll'lf JL. from f'ttirfli far Punahnu nt, mi
LifiiMviionmi Kin( tfrttti corner foi RIfIt
Rtntr at f to ani hmm
Can Itavt Fort ani Klnc strtctt corntr for Watktk
tt6osAM and tvtry tt, mlnutti till iooip.m rbtn at
ij y tni ii.r5 r n. Tht 11 is r.. eon to Walklkr
DERETANIA STREET AND MJUANU VALtET.
Can Itavt Punthtu Sllfel tnt Tnn l m ant
for Town ani Vatlty atj i j jj 1 10 rt e 4a ? ani
r to A m.
Cart It ave Oahu Collttt far town ani VMv i
6 jo 6 50 tnJ t 10 a n tnJ tvtr to mrnuttt till to 10
P.n ttctptthttven hour ani ball, houi can witch
run from tht Statlt
(.araltavt nuuAnuvallty ate to 6 to 6 y A, to J
vtry 10 alnutt thrtalttr till 10 so P .
Car laava I AM and Onaon (. a PiMtaKyin
Colltrt at 6 oj 6 tj 6 n A m an) tvtry 10 nlnuiti
iirrnn 9 4 r.n Aittr inai nit car rxn tout
StabttUOto It eP.M.whlrhli?titltitCarfram Ton
rtacblnc tht Subtt at 1 1 jt P m
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
fvEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. HENTtUQUES, PROP.
Iloroee and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance la offered for
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Maun ixut
tt Kailua and take passengers orcrUnd
to Hookena, where the ateamer Is men
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 1891.
STATIONS. DAILY DAIlr
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111 lot 4i
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O.JO I u s oj J i
r C. SMITH, Qcn'l rasa. & Ticket Alt.
0. P. DHNIRON. Superintendent
Drays for Freight
Our representative meets all Incom
ing steamers from the Coast, and Tf
check baggage on all outgoing steam.
White and Black Saod Far Stic
Office with Evening Uullctln, III
King street. Te) S6.
w. larseh, arr.
When You Want a Rig
IUNCJ UP TUB
LIVERY BOARDING and
it::: sis fort stheex
Stable Thoue. 109 Main.
Hack Stand, 'Phones 319 and 32.
C. H. DELLINA.
Honolnln Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Doller work
nrt RIVKTUD PIl'US for Irrigation
purposes n specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOU WORK, and rennlr
executed at sliorlrst nottrt
COTTON RROR Tr CO
t-NliiMIRS AM) : : .
... , - ntntk luinlfrtf lot III (lillil
Tel. Main 215.
Tbe livi'iiliiK Ilullelln. 73 centu per
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