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NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS'
Of Honolulu Rapid Transit & Land
Company, a corporation organized un
der tho laws of tho Republic of Ha
waii, now Territory of Hawaii:
Whereas, the Vice President or said
t' .iporatlon did on the-twenty-eighth
r.ay of April, 1902, call a Bpecial meet-
It,C of thd stockholders of said corpor-
ntlon to bo held at the time nnd place
nnd for tho purposo herelnaltcr set
forth, nnd directed tho Secretary of
sold corporation to give to tho stock-
holders thereof notice of said special
n-tetlng. which raid order or said Vlco
president Is In writing and ono fflo
v.lth the Secretary or said corporation;
Now, therefore. Notice Is hereby
Riven to tho stockholders of said cor-,,hc
1-oratlon that at 9:30 o'clock n. m, on
the 8th day or May, A. D. 1902, a spo-
clal meeting of tho .stockholders of
Honolulu Rapid Transit & Land Com-
pany will be held at Assembly Hall,
o-cr Castle & Cooke, Limited, ofriccs,
In the city or Honolulu, Islnnd of On-
hn. Territory of Hawaii, for tho pur
rose of considering the proposition to
, create a bonded IndebtHduess of said
' Hcnolulu Rapid Transit & Land Com-
pany to the amount of ono million
dollars ($1,000,000), In gold coin of
the United Stnlei. of America, and
that ir said bonded Indebtedness la au
thorized 'to be created that It ho rep
resented by the bonds or said corpor.
aMon. to bear such date as tho Hoard
or Directors may determine, to bo
IHyablo twenty-five years arter date,' jn THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST
rtlth Interest nt tho rato of C per cent , t.i,, , ti,.n ... nk
per annum, payable hair-yearly, said le,", Tcrrltory of ttwall. At Cham
Ik nds to bo executed nnd Issued In ucrs- ln Probate. In tho matter ol tho
such denomination, or denominations Estate or David W. Lowe, late ot A!ea,
3 mny bo determined by tho Roard of rjnhu. deceased. On Reading nnd Fil-
Directors of said corporation, and I( , ,,, n,i,, ,, . , . .,
to created said bonded Indebtedness lns tho PctUlon nnd Accounts of the
to bo secured by a mortgage or deed administrator of the estato of said do
or trust upon all or tho corporate prop, ceased, wherein he asks that his nc-
erty and franchisee now belonging to
eaiu corporation or wnicu u may Hitre
Hy order of tho Vlco President.
J. A. OILMAN,
Sicretnry Honolulu Rapid Transit &
Honolulu, April 28, 1902.
8PECIAL STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
, . . ,. , I Honolulu, Island or Oahu, bo and tho
A special stockholders meeting or . ... i,. .i, ,i
the Honolulu Rapid Trnn.it & Land ame bercX ls nPP0'nel as tho tlmo
Company will bo held In Assembly and pfoce ror hearing said Petition and
tall, over tho office or Castlo & Cooke Accounts, and that all persons interest
Limited, corner or Bethel and King cd may then andthcrenppcarand phow
tImoS: aOn9:30Uo'cOlock a' m:day' "" cau'. " W"y l" 8am
At such meeting It Is intended to should' not bo granted, and may pro-
proposo alterations and amendments sent evidence as to who aro entitled
to tno by-laws anu nn increase in mo
By order or the Vice Prebidcnt
J. A. OILMAN,
Secretary Honolulu Rapid Transit &
Honolulu, April 28, 1902 ".131-St
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IN THU C111CU1T COUIIT OF THE
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers, In Probate In the Matter
of tho Estato or D. II. Smith, late of
Honolulu, Oahu, Deceased. The I'o
titlon nnd Accounts of Cecil Drown,
Administrator pf tho Estato of tho
d s ,t) wIloreIn ho bb1i8
., . . , ', , ,
tIint hls accounts bo examined and
approved, and that a final order bo
n-utlo of distribution of tho property
rernnltl.nB , h,8 lmmlg to tho pcr.
A. " .... , , ,
sons thereto entitled, nnd discharging
him rrom all further responsibility ns
such Administrator having this day
btcn nM n lg ordered that Monday,
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2rt of J,lnc- A- D- 1902' at 10
o'clock a. m., at tho Court Itoom or
tho said Court In tho Judiciary build-
lgi nt Honolulu, Oahu, bo nnd tho
. , , ... .. ,,
snrno llercby ls appointed ns the tlmo
end place ror hearing said Petition
and Account , nnd 'that all persons In-
Urcste, rony then and there appear
, , i ,, .u .
ni"' flllow ""s0' ,f nn ,hcy 1,ave' wn'r
the same should not bo granted.
Honolulu, April 24, 1902.
Hy tho Court:
A. Q. KAULTJKOU,
Administrator In Person.
2131 April 25; May 2. 9, 10.
C0Unt bo oxamlncd and npproved, and
thnt a flnnl order be mndo of dlstribfl
tlon of the property remaining In Tils
hands to tho persons thereto entitled,
aan discharging htm from all further
responsibility as Buch administrator,
It is ordered that Monday, the 2Cth day
of Mny, A. D. 1902, at 10 o'clock a. m-
at tiie court room or tho said couit at
lo t)l0 sa)( propcrty,
Honolulu. April 16, 1902.
By tho Court:
2123 April 18, 23; May 2, 9.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Mrst Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In
Probate. In tho Matter of tho ES'
tatc of Morris Loulsson, Into or Hono
lulu, Oahu, deceased. Tha Last Will
and Testament ot saW Deceased, hav
ing been presented to sild Court, to
gether with a petition ror tho Probate
tncreor, nnd ror tho Issunnco or Let
ters Testamentary to Mrs. Tcrcsp
Loulsson, A. Gartonllorg, Samuel Da
mon and Abraham Lincoln Loulsson
having been filed, notlco ls hereby
given that MONDAY, tho 2UTH DAY
OV MAY, 1902, nt 10 o'clocn a. m., In
tho Judiciary building, Honolulu,
Is, appointed tho time nnd placo for
proving said Wilt and hearing said ap
plication, when and wncre any person
Interested may appear and show cause
ir any fhey havo, why tho prayer of
caid petition should not bo granted.
Honolulu, April 18, 1902.
J. A. THOMPSON,
Holmes & Stanley, attorneys lor po
2125 April 18, 25; May 2, 9.
Set of 5 mnprt, $2.00
60 CENTS EACH
")n sale at ofhee ot . . .
THE . . .
Washington, April 23. Peculiar In
terst attaches to a report Just made
public by Gencrnl Corbln from Brlga
dlcr General Davis, commanding the
Seventh Separate Brigade, dated Zam
boanga, March 4. It was tn Mindanao
that General Davis' troops recently
came Into collision with the Moros.
General Davis' Instructions to his
troops as to the attitude to be observed
hy them toward the Moros says:
"Mindanao and Jolo have now been
occupied by the t'nlted States more
than two years and during thnt tlmo
there lias been no overt act or resist
ance against our authority by'Moros or
other non.Christlans'. But In some ex
tensive regions, It Is said, the Inhabi
tants wish to remain isolated and to
exclude visits of Americans. It la the
military policy to overcome and coun
teract this Idea and thoroughly explore
the country and make known Its topog
raphy, physical characteristics, re
sources and the number and character
of Its Inhabitants .
"During explorations and operations
In the territory occupied by non-Christian
tribes the brigade commander en
joins thnt the greatest prudence be ob
served by nil concerned to avoid a
conlllct with these tribes, all of whom
arc now peaceful. To this end he di
rects that messengers be sent well In
.advance of nil expeditionary forces or
scouting parties, to inform the Inhabi
tants of tho coming of the troops on u
peaceful mission of exploration nnd
observation. By the observance of this
policy nnd the employment of natlc
runners nnd guides, detailed by the
Dattos nnd chiefs, peaceable entrance
Into nnd the establishment of posts ln
the territory which has heretofore been
closed to our people will, It Is believed,
be easily effected.
"The brigade commander wlflns to
buy such native ponies and to cmp'ny
such of the laborers ns the army may
need, to establish market places, lo im
press upon the natives the fad tlia" the mortgage A. Harrlit on two pieces
inking nnd selling-or s'aves Is forbid- j,,,,,-, Kort Btrcct) Honolulu. Oahu; $0
den by our laws and to Infrrm tbW L(lrt ,. M m I)aR,(1 A
Ulwi re-rit WninUh mihac Kntm Imn-t I '
holding slaves nnd those who cm held!
ns slnves, that the United States does
not recognize the right of any nun to
own another nnd that tho who wish
to leave their masters will ht protect
ed against recapture and forcible to
turn to bondage."
Olllcers aie especially directed tr
Irtnt the Moros kindly, and not to In
terfere with their custorr.i.
The Instructions contlnv.e.
"American promoters, projpuctors,
miners and trnveleis who '-nnnot give
n satisfactory account ot themtehes'or
show proper credentials will not be
permitted to enter the lntertoi of tlm
Island Inhabited hy Moro. Persoiw
claiming title to lands derlwl by pur
chase from Moro Datto or other non
Chrlstlans are entitled to tb; same, but
no greater rights and pruvisiotm ic
spcctlng said lands than the Moios en
Joy.'; ln conclusion special lnjun lions
arc given to observe the treaty with
the Sultan ot Jolo shins the latter
authority to bring to trial and punish
ment nil Moro criminals for ci lines
committed against other Moros. In
slructlons were given army officers to
bring other criminals to Justice.
LIFU YBT KBMAINCD.
Ncw'Yqrk, April 23. Pronounced
dead by the fanllly physician, a certi
ficate of suicide by carbolic arid pel
vnnlng given by the county physician,
the customary mourning crape hung nt
the front door nnd undertakers about
to embalm her body and prepare It foi
cremation those were the conditions
when Mrs. Mrs. Amelia Hummel. 03
years of age, heaved a tlsh. breathed.
slightly and partly turned oyt on hci
side at her home In Newark.
Horrified by the sudden returning to
life or the woman, the undertaker and
his assistants hurriedly left the house
Physicians were again summoned. Al
though there previously had been every
Indication of death, they found that a
spurk of lire had developed. The aged
woman's vitality was leruarknhln. She
lingered unconscious seu-i.il hours nnd
then really died.
Mrs. Hummel who was a larg? prop
erty holder In Newark, wa a crippl'i
and for, yeais hud sulcred mtali
Flually.shc drank the poison.
ST. LOU18 AIRSHIPS.
St. Louis, April 23. The conferemo
of nlishlp experts yesterday decided
lipon a figure b course ni the aeilal
speedway over whkh all Mights In
competition for tho World's K.ilr prize
or $100,000 shall be winged.
Tho course' has been paid out by ex
perts, with Its focus marked by a hugn
captive balloon above the Washington
university tract of the exposition altu
and Its elliptical orbits sweep outward
over the open country to tho houth
east and the northwest. Captive, bal
loons will Indicate the measurement of
ten miles ln the air, over which dis
tance the nlr ships must fly In the
shortest average time of a seiles of
trials to capture the fortunu thnt has
been hung up In the mlillicavens by the
World s rnlr management,
IN TUG CIRCUIT COURT OK THF.
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers, In I'robntc. In tho Matter
of the Estate ot l'lla Manuahl, late or
I'uuloa, Oahu, Doceased, Intestate. Pe
tition having been filed by Manuahl,
father of said Intestntc, praying that
Letters ot Administration upon said
estnto be Issued tn him, notice Is here
by given that Friday, the lOth day of
May, A. I). IV02. ut in o'clock a. m..
In tho Judiciary fulfilling Honolulu,
is nppolnted the tlmo and placo
for hearing snhl petition, when nnd
whero all persons (onccrned mny ap
pear and show cniiBu, If uny they havo.
wny said I'etltlon should not bo grant
ed. Honolulu, Oahu, April 10, 1002,
Hy order of tho Court:
A. Ct. KAULUKOU,
Robertson & Wilder, Attorneys for
2110 April 11, 18, 23; May 2.
Instruments Filed for Record April 30,
Ahtina ct al. Tong On O.M.
Arr.oe Young En Chock CM.
Jos. I J. II. Coney L.
E. 8. Dunbar O. Williams. ...Agrmt.
Maul Sugar Co. Hawn. Coml, & Su
gar Co R.W.
E. Mnhlkoa M. R. Jardln D.
Irstruments Filed for Record May 1.
M. Kelllhuluhulu Yuen Wen Illng
et al i Sub.L.
Chin Kok Lum Yet 11.8.
I'bng Chong Lowers & Cooke, Ltd,
K. Meyer II. Bccrmain Rel.
C. P. Grlmwood F. E. Richard
son , D.
W. R. Castle, tr. PahunanI ...Rel.
Achlu et nt. E. Halstead CM
C. J. Kauhalhao Allen & Robinson
Kcakakalull ct al. Sun Seo Hop Co.
... .' U
U. P. Zablnn Pioneer Building &
Loan Association Afft.Forc.
B. I. Znblnn, per ntty. Pioneer
Building & Loan Assn D.
, Recorded April 22, 1902.
Antonio Vlerra to Joaqulni C. do
Souzaj assignment- of lease; pleco
Vnd, Kaalaaluna, Honolulu, Oahu, $1
000. Rook 233. page 2CB. Dated
March 31. 1902.
Y. Kobaynshl ct nl. to E. C. Mello:
need; Patent 42flO. KnlwIM, HIlo. Ha
waii; $230 and mortgago $1180. Book
231, page 311. Dated Match 31, 1902.
William P. Jan is to Olnn Sugar Co.
I U. deed; Interest In lots 221 nnd
221, Olan. Punn. Hawaii; yi. Book
23t, page 315. Dated April 10, 1902.
Edtnto R. McKlbbln to M. D.
Coombs; assignment of mortgage;
Estate R. MrKlhliln to Alex. McKlb
bln; assignment of mortgage; mart-
Ri ge C. Copp Jr. on pleco InmJ, I'uuo
r.wli'l, Makawao, mortgage C. Copp
Jr. on Grant 2i01. I'auwel.i, Hamakua.
Ion, Mnul; $100. Hook 232, page S5:.
Dated April 19. 1002.
Recorded April 23, 1902.
Mnrk I'. Robinson et al. to Tuna
Sugnr Company. Limited, deed, ten
tracts land nnd thiileen leaseholds,
l'r.iia, Hawaii; (1 and 1012 shnres
Mock. Hook 2.11. page 317. Dated
February 15, 1002.
Recorded April 24, 1902.
Mary E. Jarvls to William F. Jarvls;
deed; Inteiest In lots 2'il and 224,
Olua, I'una, Hawaii; jr.. Rook 231,
I ago 312. Dated February 20, 1902.
Oregon Dulldlng Company, Limited,
to W. W. Harris, trustee; chattel
mortgage; leasehold and building. Ho
tel and Union strcetR, Honolulu, Oa
hu; tl5,734.C0. Rook 23G, page 149.
ilhtcd April 23. 1902.
J. K. Kaunamano to Lee Yat; lpaso:
pleco land; five years at J 100. Hook
232. page 207. Dated April 21, 1902
I'ioneer Rulldlng and l.oan Associa
tion to Hnnnkaulanl Holt; release;
portion Kill. 729, Queen street, Hono
lulu, Oahu; $800. Hook 170, page 313.
rated April 21, 1902.
Sam K, Nakapnahii and wife to E.
A. Mutt-Smith, trustee; mortgago;
portion It. I'. 119. Kill. 998, Auwnlo-
Kmu. Honolulu, Oahu; $?J0. Hook
230, pago 153. Dated February 8, 190
Recorded April 25, 1902.
Flist American Snvlngs nud Trust
t'cnipany to Allan W. Judd; release;
lots 10 nnd 17, block I, l'uuuiil tiact
Honolulu, Oahu; $1000. Hook 221,
pt.ge 281. Dated April 10. 1902.
II. C. Morton nild wife to H. C.
('linger; deed; lot lfl, block 4, IMiunul
tract. Honolulu, Oanu; $1000. Rook
234, page 320. Dated Apiil 10, 1902.
11. C. I'lluger and wlfn to First
American Savings nnd Trust Compa
l.y; mortgage; lot 10, block 4. I'uunul
tract, Honolulu, Oahu; $500. Hook
2.12, page 350. Dated April 10, 1902.
Y, Amlmoto to Gutaro Okaho; bill
of sale; two stoiy building. Knkaakn,
Honolulu. Oahu; $575. Hook i'l5, pago
141. Dated Aprl) 21, 1902
Theodora K, Meyer to J II.
Sehnack; rclenso dower; Kill. 010,
Hiiiihaukol, Honolulu, Oahu; $300,
Hook 234, pago 322. Dated April 23,
Clans SpieekelH and Company to
Charles S. Crano; lolcaso, portion
C rant 3121. Kulaokiliua, Honolulu,
Oahu; $3000. Hook 204, pago 30
Jlated April 23, 1902.
AhIii Drown to Young Hung; deed:
litcrcst In R. I'. 4970. Kill. 1019, Ka
lllil, Honolulu, Onhu; $1. Honk 2 J I,
page 322. Dated April 21. 1902.
Kuknhalahlwa and husband tn A. J,
Williamson; deed; portion Orant 2465,
Honokna, Hamakua. Hawaii; $1000,
Hook 231. page 313. Dated April 21,
Recorded April 26, 1902.
J. F. Hackfeld and wire to C. Du
rol ct nl,; deed; ten foot rlghfof way
aiross lot II, Mount Tantalus, Mono.
li'lu. Oahu; $1. Honk 231, page SM.
Dated April 1G, 1902.
W. C. Achl and wlfo to Alien Kn
mil; deed; lots 5 nnd 0, block 8, Kniu
l.tnl tract, Honolulu, Oahu; $400.
licok 231. page 315. Dated April 20,
The ever popular I tnl Mr Ucer Is just
as much a favorite as ever. It Is oi
drntiRht;nt th" Now Criterion Saloon
as It wns at tho old. The longer It is
URCll tho bolrpr It In lltifil
This spring's styles in millinery Im
press men chiefly ns rttnnlnir less to
garden truck ami mure to drapery.
You havo paid for two or three homes during your llfstlm.
Especially If you have been paying rent; and we reiret that
you hava nothing to show for the money spent In this mannt..
Wa hava now on aala lota tn the beautiful Puupueo Tract,
whlsh contains the finest suburban property In Honolulu. This
tract commands a magnificent view of mountains and ocean, has
macadamlxed streets, artesian water, and the alectrle car ln
passes through the property. For any further Information regard
ing prices, terms, ate, address
ISLAND REALTY COMFY
Oceanic Steamship Company
The stearnors ot this lino will arrlvo and leave this port as hn.aandor:
PnOM BAN FItANCISCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
SONOMA MAY 7 (VENTURA MAY 6
ALAMEDA MAY 16 I ALAMEDA MAY 21
VENTURA MAY 28 I SIERRA MAY 27
ALAMEDA JUNE 6 ALAMEDA JUNE 11
SIERRA JUNE 18 SONOMA JUNE 17
ALAMEDA JUNE 27 ALAMEDA JULY 2
SONOMA JULY 9 VENTURA JULY 8
ALAMF.DA JULY 23
ln connection with the sailing or tne above steamers, tno ugents aro pro
fared to Issuo, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
oad from San Francisco to all polutn In the United States, and trom Now
fork by any steamship line to all European porta.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPI.T TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific .Co&st.
S. 8. NEVADAN, to sail April 20th.
8. 8. HAWAIIAN, to sail May 20th.
Freight received at Company's wharL 42d St., South Brooklyn, at all times.
Prom Sun Frunclnco '
8. S. HYADE8, to salt May 17.
Freight received at Company's wharf, Stewart Street Pier 20.
Prom Sonttlo and Tucorrm
S. S. CALIFORNIAN, to sail April 20.
S. S. AMERICAN, to aall June 15.
For further particulars apply to
C, P. MORSB,
Oeneral Freight AgenL H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Accidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaish
Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave thla port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
DORIC MAY 8
NIPPON MARU MAY 16
I'KRU MAY 21
COPTIC JUNU 3
AMKRICA MARU JUNU 11
PF.KINQ JUNK 10
(lAF.I.IC JUNI3 28
HONGKONOMARU JULY 6
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. 8. 3. CO.
H. HrXCKPBLP & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canad.anAustraIian Royal Mail
Steamers ot the above lino, running In connection wltu the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. I). C, and Sydney, N.S.vV.,
nnd railing nt Victoria, R. C, Honolulu, Sum, FIJI and Rrlsbane, nro DUE
AT HONOLULU on or about tho dntcn below stated, viz.:
'rom Vancouver anu Victoria, D. C.
(For Brlsbano and Sydney.)
MOANA MAY 10
MIOWERA JUNE 7
MOANA JULY B
Through Tickets Issued trom Honolulu to Canada, United States and
turope. For Freight and Passage anil all general Information, apply to
Thco. H. Dav.e8&Co.,Ltd., Gcn'lAftents.
GLOBE NAVIGATION COMPANY, LTD.
PUGET SOUND-HONOLULU ROUTE.
Connecting Direct without transfer with O. N. Ry, N. P. R., and C. P.
R. Lowest rates of freight from all eastern points; shortest possible time.
8. 8. EUREKA, from 8eattle, on or about ...APRIL 10
S. S. TAMpiCO, from 8eattle, on or about MAY 10
For futthcr Information address
L. E. BEEBE,
2 Brewer Dulldlng, Honolulu. AGENT HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Globe Nav, Co., Ltd., Seattle, Wash.; P. W. Rochester, 303 Market St.,
S. F.; Agents of above roads, will furnish Information. ,
Everything New, Good Table, Nice
Dedrooms, Sample Room for Commer
rial Travelers. Opposite Landing, fine
view, cool nnd- comfortable. Terms
THE AMOUNT PAD
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAID FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
FOR 8AN FRANCI8CO.
PERU MAY 3
COPTIC MAY 10
AMKRICA MARU MAY 20
I'EKINO MAY 28
GAELIC JUNK 7
HONGKONG MARU JUNH 13
CHINA JUNE 21
DORIC JUNK 28
NIPPON MARU JULY 8
trom Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, R. O.)
MIOWERA MAY 7
AORANOI JUNK 4
MOANA JULY 1
Pearl Gity Hotel
A place for town people to lay off
Inr n fow duys.
Furtilhliud rooms, first-thiss meals,
dancing alllim, nlcn picnic grounds,
alto htalillns for horses.
Convenient for n rnuntry outing.
J. W. CHAPMAN,
08S THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM BAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
t FROM PORTLAND,
or THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Olaian Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing, and Library Cars, with Bartxr
op and Pleasant Reading Room.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Cbalra.
Pullman Ordinary Sleeper.
a. LOTHROP, General Agent.
lit Third street, Portland, Oregon.
W. HITCHCOCK. General Agent,
tfo. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
. L. LOHAX, O. P, & T. A..
147S Omaha, Nobraaka.
Hawaiian Tramway's Tirao
RING STREET LING.
Ctrl Iciv Wtlltlkl for town tl $ .), 6.ts. 6 4f A a.
a4ttry l mtnuttithtrttfttr till to .9. n:t tol
lijl P.M. Iron Wtlklkl (o lo ttit Punttini Stttlti,
Ctrl Utvt R Rtnet or Ptwta iwllcb for town tl
:nA.n. tnd tvtry i mlnulti thtrttfttr fill tr.ogp.M.
Ctrl Ittvt Fori tnl Klnc ttrrtlt corntr lor Ptltnt
16.10 A.M. tol tvery ii nlnuui tfttf till it tf
Ctrt tttvt for Ptttmt only tl tn4 $.n A M.
Ctrl Ittvo Ptttmt lor Wtlklkfs .) A M, tnd every
m mlnottt till e. 4 e . Uwn tt tots tn4 to .j p.m
lDtt:ir A, Irora Ptttmt lor Puntbou only fott
Ctrt Ittvt Fort tnl Kins (Arrets comtr foi Rlflo
Rtntt tt j to tnj e to a.m.
Ctrt Ittvt Fort tnl Klnp ttreeti comer fof Wtlklk
tt 6 os A.M. tn i every it mlnutei till teofP.M, iken tt
ivy tr.4 ii.rjp H. Then:)! P.M (oet to Wtlklkl
BERETANIA STREET AND t'UUANU VAUET.
Ctrt letve Punthoa Steele lor Town it ;.o tnl
for Town tnd Vttley Hi eo lo o.ro 4:o 6 o ? tnl
Ctrl letve Othu Colteee for town tnl Vttley tt
A'y 6 so tnl t.io a.m tnl eveo o mlnutei till to:io
p.m. eirept the even hour tnl hilt, hour rtri whicb
run Iron tne Suite
Ctriletvt Nottnuvtlley ttA'io 6')o 6. so A.M tnl
very lo nlnulee thereafter till 10 so P.M
Car. I.ava l-ott tni Otie.n ktreeft tnw Pua.hAH
Cotlert tt 6 os 6 i r 4S A M tnl every ra mmutei
ner mi o es r.ti. nurr inti ine carl run 10 me
Sttbtt up to rt:sP.M, which lithe Itatctr Iron Town
retcbrnc the Sit Me tt 1 1-jo P.M.
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
J. Q. HENRIQUE8, PROP.
Horses and CarrIaoa
To the Volcano or the Mountxlna.
An excellent chance ls offered (or
tourists to ,
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriage meet the 8. S. Mauna urn
tt Kallua and take passengers overland
to Hookena, where the rteamor la met.
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January L 181.
STATIONS. DAILY DAILY
(Outwari: ei. bun. DAILY ti. Sun. DAILY PAILt
A.M. A.M. A.M. I'.M. P M.
Honolulu e.io gut iroj ) i tr
Pearl City... lo git 11.40 ef :t
fcwi Mill I j) tool 1100 40) In
Wtltntt 10 ! 4 4S ....
Watalut ii'si j 4e ....
Kthuku it. o.tf ....
(loII) tl. Sun. DAILY DAILY DAILY
AM. A.M P.M P.M.
kTtbuIni .... : .... eS
Watalut ,, , 6.10 .... e to
Vtltnat j 10 ... 1 is
EwaMIII ):s T4S "OS 4.11
Petri City 0.1s lot t:to 4?e
Hooolulu 6.so S.ss I os s to
F O. BMITII. Gen'l Pass. A. Ticket Ait.
Q. P. DHNIRON. Superintendent
Drays for Frcliilit
Our representative meets all Incom
ing steamers (rom the Coust, and wa
check baggage on all outgoing itetua
ra. White and Black Sand For Sale
Office with F.renlng Bulletin, 111
King street. Tel 86.
tv. urseh, m.
When You Want a Rig
niNU UP THal
LIVERY BOARDING and
i t t
618 FORT STREET
Stable 'Phono. 109 Main.
Hack Stand, 'Phones 319 and 31.
C. H. DELLINA.
Uonololn Iron Works.
Improved and modern 8UOAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Roller work
mrt RIVETUD PIPKS for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOR WORK, and repair
executed at.ahortest notion? i
COTTON BROS. r COv
hNOINCFRS AM) : ! I '
GENI.KAL' CONTRACTORS g
Pitrit tei esttrnttM tgrnlitiel for til cltma
, Con'.rthtlnff work. e .
Tel. Main 2-15. ,
ROOM 30C aOSTON.DLK. HonetuHl.
Tho Hvcnlng Diillctln,
, 7J centipar. '
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