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EVENING BULLETIN HONOLULU. H. T., TUESDAY, MAY 6, 1902.
MEM, WAKE UP! j
1 tuur nnck WcnW ?
I Are You foully Tired ?
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X IV M U MM antYhlln
uh '" "' "tvuuunuiif
X Office hours, 8 a. m. to 8.30
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS'
Of Honolulu Itapld Transit & Land
Company, a torporatlon organized un
der the laws of the Republic of Ha
waii, now Territory of Hnwall:
Whereas, tho Vke President of said
evaporation did on tho twenty eighth
r.uy of April, 1902, call a special meet
Ii.E of the sloe kholders of said corpor
ation to be held nt the time and placo
nnd for tho purpose, hereinafter set
forth, and directed the Secretary of
said corporation to give to tho stock
holders tlicicof notlco of said special
ncetlngi which said order of said Vlco
President Is In writing and ono flln
with the Secrctnry of said corporation;
Now, therefore, Notice Is hereby
guen to the stockholders of said cor
poration that at 9:30 o'clock a m, on
tho 8th day of May. A. I) 1002, n spe
cial meeting of tho stockholders of
Honolulu Itapld Tmnslt & Land Com
pany will be held at Assembly Hall.
o"er Cnstlo d Cooke. Limited, offices.
In tho city of Honolulu, Island of Oa
htt, Territory of Hawaii, for tho pur
oo of considering the proposition to
create a bonded Indebti-dness of said
Honolulu Itapld Transit & Land Com
pany to the amount of ono million
dollars ($1,000,000), In gold coin of
the United States of America, nnd
that If said bonded Indebtedness is au
thorized to be treated (hat It bo rep
icsented by tho bonds of said corpor
ation, to bear such dale as tho Hoard
of Directors may determine, to bo
.liiynble tv, only-five jears after date.
with Interest at tho rato of 0 per cent
rer nnnura, pajnbla half-j early, Bald
binds to be executed and Issued In
such denomination or denominations
ns may bo determined by tho Hoard of
Directors of said corporation, and If
so created said bonded Indebtedness
to bo secured by n mortgage or deed
of trust upon all of the corporato prop
erty and franchises now belonging to
eald corporation or which it may here
Uy order of tho Vlco President.
J. A OILMAN,
Secretary Honolulu Ilnpld Transit &
Honolulu. April 28, 1902. 2134-9t
A special stockholders' meeting of
tl.o Honolulu Rapid Transit . Land
ii.u iiouoiiiiii uapm irauiii &. i.anii
Cnmnanv will lin lieM In Auurmhlv
Mali, over tho office of Castlo fc Cooko
Limited, corner of ltethel nml Ttlm?'
streets. Honolulu, on Wednesday, May
7. 1902, at 9.30 o'clock a m.
At such meeting It Is Intended to
propose alterations nnd nmendraents
to tho bylaws and an Increase In tho
capital stock of tho company.
Uy order of tho Vice President.
J A OILMAN,
Sccrctnry Honolulu Rapid Transit &
Honolulu. April 28. 1902 '131 8t
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Port St., bet. Queen tinel Merchant
Dreakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Evcrytnlng first class. Complete line
Key West and Domestic Cigars alwayt
II, J, NOLTE, - Proarietor,
MANUFACTURED FROM PURE
DISTILLED WATER. : : : :
Delivered to any part of
city by courteous drivers.
Oahu Ice and Electric Ce.
TELEPHONE BLUE 3151.
HOFFrtAN & flARKHAn.
FOR BRIGHT'S DISEASE
MRS. L, S. MESIGK, Sole Agent
30 School Street, Honolulu.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE SAME HOUR EVERY CORNING
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keop your correspondence "cleaned
up" Try It a month.
J. D. AVEHY, Business Correspondent
Reaularltyl Certainty) Despatch!
Tel. Main 78. 05:45. Elite Bldg.
Tho Lv cuing Dulletln, 75 cents rer
Hnvc You Rrnijiiltm Pntna ?
Hove You Varicocele V
l.tiln nll tnaf thn Urn nml -O-
strength of onth ? Havo you 1
conic and go rains In jour back -f
siioiiniefrse iru juu runiiis I
If vrm timet thean nmntnmfl np -
nny o'licr sign of breaking down
of jour ncrcs and ltallty jott
will ftml new life In electricity ns J
applied wlillo jou sleep.
ELECTRIC BELT J
Is made for jou. It Is tho best way
to use niccrlclty. It pourB a gen- 4
tie stream of life Into tho weak T
parts continually for bourn cery 4
nlfiht. It refrcBhcs tbo nenes, ex- T
nnnilit thn ltnt nmvprn. pnrlrhpa
702 Morkct Street,
Lott.i's Pountiln bin franclsco.
p. m : Sundays, 10 to 1. 1
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN-
TION TO FORECLOSE MORT
GAGE AND OF SALE.
In accordance with a power of sale ' local III.... lodges although a few r-
ntalned ,n that cera, wlh-. --Sp , .H.r home lodges
adebyj. h. Knhooknno 10 J. Alfreo, "'""lands.
Magoon, dated September 2d, 1897, rev
ce-eled In the Iteglstcr Office, Onhu,
In Liber 171, pages 22S 9, notlco Is
hereby glen that said mortgagee In
terds to forecloso Bald mortgage for
condition broken, to wit, thu non paj
. i - l.,l. 1 ll. ,
' v.pa. u.. .,,,. wm-n
due, nnd upon said foreclosure will I
s;ll nt public auction nt tho sale
rooms of Will K Klsher, In Honolulu,
en Wedncsdnj-, tho 14th day of May,
A. D 1902. at 12 o'clock m. of said day,
the premises descilbed In said mort
gage ns below specified.
Piirther particulars can bo hod of
J A Magoon. T. I. Dillon, or J. Light
icol, nttornejsnt-law, Magoon block,
crrncr Alakca and Merchant streets.
Honolulu. J. ALritCD MAGOON,
Dated Honolulu, April 22, 1902.
Plrst. That land, containing an area
of 2 1-2 acres, situate at Makanala.
Nerth Kohala, Hawaii, being the por
t!cn of the lnnd described In Itojnl Pat
ent No. 3371. Award 9781, to Kollllco
len, as described In deed of partition
of D. W. A. Kahookano and J K. Kn
Icoknno. elated September lOtli. 1SS3.
recorded In tho Register Office. Oahu. "'one marking the jears of our exist
. c, ... ' 'ence. Hawnllnn Lodge may look with
... -.uv, oi, imKes iju-l-..
Second. All those portions of tho
land described In said Rojal Patent
No 3371, Award 9781 as follows:
(a) All the lmla land situate between
tho land of Knlal, Kcaloha, and Komo
(h) All tho kula land sltunto on the
H-'st sldo of tho lnnds of Kcaloha 'and
Komomua, nnd ljlng on the mnkal sldo
of the Government road, and ndlolnlnc
the land of Knlal.
(c) All tho land on
the Pnti .t.i e ''
,.. ..,,, , ,bnn,i .. i...u . ,.!
" ..-r...... , mui m uh uiu
cic"al 8l''o of tbo Government road.
The lands desrHlinil In .nMki.iJ11
,a b and c being tho land descrlfTed In
I H, ., rrn,n Mn, . , , ' '
, , rr0m Marela ,0 Ba,,1 J' K- Ka
",,u""u 'eii august ssei, ISS9, nnd
recorded In said offlco In Liber 130
pi go 231.
2128 April 22. 29; Mny 0, 10
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE TO
The undersigned, hmlng been dulv
appointed Administrator of tho Hstato
oi timothy n Murrny. late of Hono-
lulu Island of Oahu, Territory of Hn.
wall deceased Intestate, notlco Is here
iv given to nil persons hnvlng claim
apnlnst tho sold estnto to present tho
Mini', with proper vouchers, If nny ox ,
1st diilj authenticated, whether seenr j
e.l by nioitgago or otherwise to thn
lindeislgned, at tho office of Peterson
& .Matthcwmnn, Kaahiimanu street. In xuirie casne was lonowcd uj me lu
sald Honolulu within six months trom t.odiutlon of Pan Grand Mastei ilor
the date of this notice, or they will bo lis M It.e of the Giaud Lodge of
I urever barred And nil pel sons In California Judge i:stee spoke. In pait,
tlelited to said cstato aro hereby ro Ins follows:
eiuestcd to make Immediate pajmtnt
thereof to tho undersigned.
CIIAIILH V MUKRAV,
Admliilstintor of the Lstato of Tim
othy n. jrurray, Deceased Intes
Dated Honolulu, T, II., April 29, A
2131 April 29, May C, 13, 20, 27.
DO NOT DELAY
the purchase of a houso lot In
(It est suburb of Honolulu.
Tho remaining lots In KAIMUKI
TRACT nro now being sold on tho In
$20 cash upon signing agreement
and $10 per month until fully paid.
lots 75x200 and 1110x150.
Gear, Lansing & Go
HAWAIIAN LODGE COMPLETES
ITS FIFTY YEVRS
IN APPROPRIATE CEREMONY
(Continued from Page G )
and J II Pole Stewards L T Orant,
Chaplain. S S Peck, Marshal, W.
S Ilohm, Tjler.
Kllauea Lodge No 330 Is now n
full Hedged lodge, peaceful prosper
out. progressle, nnd Is ably nnd
faithfully fulfilling lis mission of bro
therly loe relief and truth They have,
rei-cnuy purcimrcu a large ioi on ai
niiiienue street nnd hope at an enrly
elate to see their way cleir to follow
In the footsteps of Hawaiian Lodge
nnu build for thomsches a suitable
one) comfortable home.
Hawaii's Masonic Membership.
As an evidence of the flourishing
condition of Krecmnsonrj In Hawaii,
we record the fact that there are four
lodges of Master Masons In existence
In our Terrltorj-. with membership on
January 1, 1902. ns follows At Hono
lulu Hawaiian Lodge, 225, Pacific
Ledge. 138. Lodge Le Progrcs de
I Oceanic mil. At Hllo Kllnuea Lodge
"!), oi a total of "" 1 Master Masons
While I nm snniiostl to conflftu n
stir to the history ol Illu Lodge Mn
sonry, It would seoin appropriate to
reeord here the fact of the' prosperous
working of numerous higher brnnchei
of the order Including Honolulu Chnp
ter or Ilojnl Arch Mnsons Honolulu
Commander) Knights Templar. Kn I
l.ichnmcha Lodge or Peifeetloli Scot I
tish Hlte Nuuanu Chapter of the Keel
Croft Alexander Llhollhn PrftreptorJ
of Knights of Kndoli. and Aloha Tern
pie of the Mstic Shrine-, nt Honolulu
mm Kalnnl Lodge of Perfection nt
Hllo It was n happy thought to Hull
ll and perpetuate with loeal Preema-
soniy names ami words whleh nre In
seinrable from Hawaiian hlstorj-.
eariy nil the members of ttiesn
hichei branches nre tnemberH nf thn
Eastern Star LccJget
Nor must 1 neglect to n."ntion nnd
mnj 1 npologlze for not plating them
IliBt inslend of last the twu hupteiS
i tne iienutltul urder or tn. Eastern
"Hnwallan No 1 at Hllo, and
Lenhl' No. 2 at Honolulu Kor mem-
.iirini in linn ui.lt I III." win. 1I11HI1-
I -..l.l.. I.. If.... ...1. . t. ...I ...u
,rhi ,ia,iRhteiB, sisters nnd fldona of
Master Mnmna nre eligible A num-
I'ei oi the htuunnds nnd fathers aro In building of his temple. What differ
evidence also ns members but the ence does that make to us. We weren't
h.dy membcishlp nlone- of the tv.nthm. To be a good .Mason It Is not
b!ucdnc" " '"ar nma'necessa,y for a man to remember
The Nnthe Daughters of nn,,1 'I'lngs from tho beginning It Is a bis
ledd the worlds re.ord ns graeeful. l"01K 'ask to remember things flora
iplendld, dailng rldirs. sitting astride"1"' "mo ,Hnt "1C art f printing bs
t'u'lr horses ornt In mrm firm In Ban
f at, lobcd In the bright hiifd flowlni; ".Masons arc funny fellows Thej"
klhcl or divided Kklrt and adorned don't tell about nil thej do, although
with IpIs. thej form a picture not soon .their wives may bo eastern Slurs Tho
t ) be forgotten.
Their sisters from other lnnds, who
have made Hawaii their Tiome. and
who have n fondness for horseback
e-erclse. have us a rule been prompt
to ndopt the more healthful. mori5
(.icceful nnd decidedly t,nfT method
In riding Possibly this mastery oforl11 """ ' known in every civilized
lie "spirited Bleed may have tended
somewhat to the rapid building up ol
the Order of the Eastern Star Self.
ci nfldcnt of their ability en horse
women they no longer dread tho or
c'eal of Initiation.
Slnndlng nt this, the fiftieth mil
iorelnn.iliio nrl.ln m l,..i t
the past and feel thnt although there
ray haie been sorrows and troubles
to mingle with her Joj-b her labors In
tho best Interests of the "Ilrotherhood
i Man" have not been altogether In
In this hour we rejcrerrlj remem
ber those of our brethren wTiei, In obo
ili"nce to the rnll of our Supreme
('.rand Mnster have laid aside their
working tools nnd now rst lrom
'"'f labors of life,
those who hnvo
'" nrlull'K"' '" J'n In this f.lobra.
"n "' l" ''iolrten Jubilee ' and we
."" r.' """""
11 1 urge uie j Hunger cenvriitlim
It, J'"1' ntcrlug the portals to
emselves well for the duties eonslsl.
'T . . , '. lly 1Ma"nlc 7ir"' for a ba
Vl rl n,,lc1' I" - end truly done will I ''
,!" '" '" the noblest work of nil,?1
n 'eir mnnnoocrs j ears And may fliey
o strive thnt when the century of our
exlelenee shall have rounded out.
Pieeniasonry and Its kindled associa
tes In Hawaii may he counted In
tin fnreninfit rnnk nf flimi win ll.n, '
i. uu ir.. ;ri' .. . ." ,.... . '
.- .o ,w, pviiibii iiiiiib mn vviHi, under
e n.otlon nnd reason realize that It Is
better to give than to receive, and
wltn whom "the epnllfy of mercy Is
lot st.nlned but ilronnetli llko the
r ntle dew of heaven upon the earth
I neatli " The charity and the mercy
whlli blesseth him who gives and him
who takes nnd become the Creuvned
Monareli bett.r than his Moptor.
jud,le Estee's Remarks
.,,,. ,7. . , ,
.. V ,lc;m" encored lulln solo b) .1.
" Amine '' . 'onipu.iltue.it b Miss
"Do jou know lin I listen to mn-
sli hue h as I have Juet litaid, I feel
a If theie ought tu be a law making
it ci tie It) to animals for anj man toili.nl to saj and the people Tiled out Into
get up nnd Interrupt the beautiful liai
moil) I ume knew a mail C. II. (iood-
wln, an editor of Salt Lake Clt) Ho
The- Piench Laundry will be closed
for a week, during which time many
a'ttratlons and implements will bo
The partnership In tho business has
been dissolved and in iiituio tho pres
ent proprieteir will not be rcsponslblo
In. anj debts continued In tho namo
of the French Laundry unless Incurred
h himself. J. AllADli:.
Honolulu Mnj 1st 1902 Tis tf
A bperlnl meeting of the membeia
o! tho Hi'iilanl Yacht and float Club
will bo held nt the club houso Wed
teiday, Mnj 7th, 9. at 7 30 p m
Important business, consideration
nf lockers, Improvements to building
ami rowing. C. C. It,IOi:S.
'""trument" Flled ,or Rord My
M Klalmoku J. O llonrlnuos L,
Tr Estate J. Campbell Mrs D
on Tempsky . . ..
0 Sjha A. McWajno .
E Mahlkoa M. A Itego
Chas Lennox J. do Kreltas
KAplolanl Estate et al. C
II Holmes Walohlnu Agr & Oraz
7. II S Paaluhl Hakalau Pltn
S Katsuglro II. uenglro PA.
L Lugan Hakalau Pltn Co Agrt.
K Mahlkl and wife Hakalau Pltn,
Wo Cliong & Co. W. C Achl, tr.
Lee Lau Y. K. Archer ... II s.L.
.1. Norton Kcka ct jl Pari)
A C dc 8ouza and wife Dr II D
M A. Aulil J. O. Carter Sr P At
O. L Woolsoy L. K. Aea .. ltd.
H Smith, tr. A. Kaleftnu
W K Azblll J. N. Taggard nnd
Instruments Flled for Record May 6.
J Alfred Magoon D. L Peterson,
Lucy Nnwal Knmau and hsb J s
Il.imnmoto &. Slgeta K Hoslilna
Estate E Ilutton by ndmr Emma
lo""" l nu,K0 Bl'c" "'" "c had a
""' "' "inig uonii iiuiibj on pient,
' brown paper and reading from them.
, '' nw "e night called on to speak
He began to lend from hlf little pleie
of brown paper but, having no olce,
could not make himself heard Some
lone said 'Louder and Mi. (iooduln
.- . . .. .
"',."", nun" "- " ' "' "caI
L.iesllon Tho answer mining m th.
Can t jou hear
question The answer coming In th
ulllnnathc. the speaker said. 'Well, let
me tell jou, jou arc not losing as much
as j mi think when jou don't hear me.
"Mnaonrj Is of nluo or uot exactly
on what It does. You hnc got to lUo
up to your lecoid, brothers Its what
jou do and not what jour graiidfiithcia
did before jou. We are told about King
Solomon being the Ural Muson and tho
ladles know all about the Kustcrn Star
and they won't tell. Well I don t
blame them. Thero must bo reciprocity
outside of the sugar business.
"Masonry speaks a universal lan
guage. It Is the only Institution In tlm
i-uuuiry. i uucu nun a partner in Cali
fornia who went to Germany and. with
out knowing a word of the language,
worked his way Into a Masonic lodge
"When Masonic lodges do acta of
charity, they do them in secret and do
not tell of them to make themselves
popular. When anjone says any thin
"gainst Jfusonry, don't otfer to con
tradict. Masonry can stand for Itself
against any assault. Some chinches
have been known to say things against
Masonry but theio Is plenty of room
for churches and Masonic lodges both.
It Is not n good thing to dlsVtiss Mason
ry with nnjone In the world
"No man ought ever to nek anybody
to become a member of his lodge It
Is against uM the print iples of .Mason
ry. If anjone applies to jou, saj jou
arc n Mason and that jou
ponry makes a man bette
than he was todav.
"Masonrj never docs wrong Some
men who are Masons do wrong aro
d men but the Older Is not respon-
Iblc for that. Miihomy never did an
j Injury to the living nor to tho charac
ter of the dead.
"Thero Is no place so lonely on tho
Mainland that jou do not find a
J church, a Masonic lodge nml a school
, ..... ...... . .
.uml lor ""-' "Ie mo I not know
which docs the most good. In any lodge
jou will alwa)8 find an old man and
ii )oung mini sitting side by side. Them
Is no high or Tow, there tiro no born
.Masons and thero are no tiles or uobl
Ity unless elccled to such.
'There nre no politics and no tell
glon nml cl no mail eun be a Mason
unless he believes In n Supieme lleing
No man Is a good Mason unless lie will
Ueote some of his time and some of
his fortune to eiiarltj, to the widow
and orphan nnd to the sick nnd af
llltltd. A man tu bo n good .Musou
must also be lojul to his eoimtiy do
voted lei Ood and charitable to his fel
low man "
With a few humorous rcniaiks on
keeping the audlue from Ice cream
nud enke, Judge Lstco tlosid what lit
Ike other rooms j enjoy n lino colla
lion scrvel by the jininn men of Hawa
iian Lodge. Tho excellent nunc I. ami
lemonade were brewed by Mr Tucket
and to Frederick Whitney, Worshipful
Master of Hawaiian Lodge, was duo tin
success of tho arrangements which
tnndo tho iclebratlon of the fiftieth an
nlvcrsary of tlitflodge such a happy
At the conclusion of Judge i:s(eo'
remarks, n. p it, iscnbcrg sang
Adam's "Itln of Dreams" so well tha'
lie was forced to respond to a thunder
Ing encore. His selection was a Ger
AMcn i-lM-lc "Hclf
pciisurv 's ginrantced
ill tilt viiratlve nronrr
( 1th sus- ?
ties of the esnensive bel's now sold hv
1 doctors and drueiL 's It elves a verv
IMlong current of electricity, and Is rlly
reKiihteJ. Il.-und to supersede others. Can
De naJ from the undersigned only; no
Ftar.rloo Sent free to Hawaii far S5.00
You have paid for two or three homes during your llfatlma.
Especially If you have been paying rent; and we regret that
you hava nothing to show for the money apent In thla mannt.'.
Wa hava now on aale lota In the beautiful Puupueo Tract,
which contalna the finest auburban property In Honolulu. Thla
tract commands a magnificent view of mountalna and ocean, has
macadamized etreeta, artesian water, and the electric car Una
paaaea through the property. For any further formation regard
Ing price, terms, etc, addresa
ISLAND REALTY COMFY
2CM JUDO BUIL.DINCJ.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers oi this line will arrlvo and leave this port aa he.aander:
FIIOM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
In connection with the sailing or tne nDovo steamers, mo agents aro pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets or any rati
road from San Francisco to all poluts In tho United States, anu from New
rork by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FUR1HEU PARTICULARS APPI.T TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AOENTS OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific .Coast.
C. S. NEVADAN, to salt April 20th.
S. S. HAWAIIAN, to aall May 20th.
Freight received at Company's wharf, 42d St., South Brooklyn, at all tlmci.
Prom Sun Pranclwco
8. S. HYADE8, to aall May 17.
Freight received at Company's wharf,, Stewart Street Pier 20.
From Seattle uncd Tncomu
8. 8. CALIFORNIAN, to sail April 20.
8. 8. AMERICAN, to sail J'jne 15.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSE,
General Freight Agent H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Dccidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaish
8teamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave thla port on or about the datea below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
DORIC MAY 8
NIPPON MARU MAY 10
PKRU MAY 21
COPTIC JUNK 3
AMKRICA MARU JUNK 11
PKKINO JUNK 10
OAKI.IC JUNK 28
HONUKONO MARU JULY 6
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
H. HrVCKPBLO & CO, LTD. AGBNTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of tho abovo lino, running In connection witu tho CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between ancouer. II. C, and Sydney, N.S.vV..
and cnlllng nt Victoria, 11. C, Honolulu, Sinn FIJI and Brisbane, aro DUE
AT HONOLULU on or about tho dates below stntcd, viz,:
'rom Vancouver anu Victoria, D. C.
(For Ilrlsbano and Sydney.)
MOANA MAY 10
Through Tlckots Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
turopo. For Freight and Passage .nd all general Information, apply to
GLOBE NAVIGATION COMPANY, LTD.
PUGET 80UND-HONOLULU ROUTE.
Connecting Direct without transfer with O. N. Ry N, P. R., and C. P.
R. Lowest rates of freight from nil eastern points; shortest possible time.
8. 8. EUREKA, from Seattle, on or about APRIL 10
8. 8. TAMPICO, from 8eattle, on or about MAY 10
For further Information address
L. E. BEEBE,
2 Brewer Building, Honolulu. AGENT HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Globe Nav. Co, Ltd., Seattle, Wash.! P. W. Rochester, 30B Market 8t.,
S. F.; Agents of above roads, will furnish Information.
Pearl City Hote
A place for town people, to lay off
for a low dajs.
Furnished rooms, first class meals,
dnnclng puvlllon, nice picnic grounds
alEo stabliug for horses
Convenient lor a country outing
J. W. CHAPMAN,
THE AMOUNT PAID
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAID FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
HOME TOO. jt j
.MAY 7VnNTUHA MAY 6
.MAY 16 'ALAMEDA MAY 21
.MAY 28 SILIUIA MAY 27
JONH 6 ALAML'DA JUNH 11
JUNi: 18 SONOMA JUNK 17
JUNK 27 ALAMKDA JULY 2
.JULY 9 VKNTUItA JULY 8
ALAMKDA JULY 23
FOR SAN FRANCI8CO.
COPTIC MAY 10
AMERICA MARU MAY 20
PKKINO MAY iH
GAELIC JUNK 7
HONOKONO MARU JUNK 13
CHINA JUNK 21
riORIC JUNK 28
NIPPON MARU JULY 8
hrom Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, D, C.)
MIOWKRA MAY 7
AORANC1I JUNK 4
MOANA JULY 2
Everything New, Good Table, Nice
Bedrooms, Sample Room for Comnicr
clal Travelers. Opposite Landing, fine
vlovv, cool and comfortable. Terms
G, FREELAND, -
Lines of Travel.
4CKOBS THE CONTINENT TROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY '
taly THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
iilnan Palace Sleepers, nutlet. Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Darbar
ikop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carU).
rrce Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
W. LOTHROP, Oeneral Agent
lit Third street, Portland, Orogoa.
. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
Ho. 1 Montgomery SL.San Francisco,
I. L. LOUAX, Q. P. ft T. A.,
1471 Omaha, Nebraska.
Hawaiian Tramway's Timo
KINO STREET LINB.
Oil l.ir. W.lktkl (or town l 5 . t ij. t 41 A u.
.olfvtry isDlnuttithcrtaher till to 4;. tt:if io
ijirti from Wtlklkl r to Ui Punalrau Scabtu,
Cifl liu. R P.n. orPawaa tltch tor tows at
I VJA M. anl ev.rr 1 1 nlnvilti ih.Kalltr till it ottr.a
Can Ita.t Fon anl KIdc itrtad corner (or Palioa
ateno am. anl (very I) mlnutai alw trtt n ,
Carl li.ri (or Patama only at j and 5 y A .
Cara liavt Palana (or Walklkf 1 0 A . an4 rr.rr
it Elnut.illIU.jp , Ih.natio 11 and io-.j P.
im" "I I'ob Patana (or Punahoo onV rol
Can liavt Fort and Klnj itrctti cornit (m Klflt
Ranrt at $ to and iio.n
Can liara I orl and Km jr itrmi cornrr (or Walklk
itSosAM andtvary iinlnulta till loojr.a rtMQ al
10 y and tut f M, Th.iiiiP.M f oca to Witklkl
BERETANIA STREET AND MJUANU VAtLET.
Carilaav Punahou Slabli (or Town at. ) and
(or Ton in J Vall.y all i)itn1ai tjo r aod
Can laava Oahu Cnll.v. a, .a-h n.4 V.tt.w
Sjo6j.inln.AN and aval) 10 mlnntcl flll lo ra
P.M ncrpt tha tven hour and hair, hour can which
run (rom the StaMa
can laava Nuuanu Valley at 1 10 6 )o 50 A.M and
very 10 oilnutei thertatter till 10 30 p m
Can laava 1-nrt .nJ rtun it,..,. .a rs.a.hA
Colleca at 6 oj 6 15 6 4 j a m and tvtry 10 Ktnutia
ii., mi 9 a. r m niter inai in can run 10 ma
blablaunto 11 eeP M. whleh la tha la. I ear ( ran Tam
mcblrtUie Stable .In jopm
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
fvEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. Q. HENRIQUES, PKOP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountalna.
An excellent chance la offered (or
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Maun ua
at Kallua and take pasaengera oTerUntt
to Hookena, where the steamer la me
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January L 18JI.
STATIONS CAItY DAILY
tOutwardJ ai Sun DAILY ei Sua daily DAILY
AM. AM. AM P.M P M.
Honolulu .. t la o if 11 oj 111 jar
Paarl City .. lo 9 .1 1140 J r t(A
Ewa Mill . S ji tooS 1100 405 In
walanaa to s 4 4s ....
Kahuku 1 j i .,,.
(Inward) 11 Sun. daily oaily daily
AM AM P.M P.M.
Walatua.., , 610 .... 1 50
Walanaa T 10 .. j
Pearl Clly 61) to. i:p 4 s
Honolulu 6 so 1)1 J1 J to
r C. SMITH. Gcn'l Pass. Ticket Agr.
Q. P. DHNISQN. Superintendent
Druys Top Freight
Our representative mrcts all Incom
ing steamors from the Coast, and wt
check baggage on all outgoing steam
ra. Wblte and Black Sand For Salt
Office with Evening Dulletln, III
King street, Tel 66.
fl. LARSEN, Wfl.
When You Want a Rig
ntNo up Tim
LIVERY BOARDING and
I t : : : 5IB FORT BTtEEt
Btable Thoue, 109 Main.
Hack Stand, Tbones 319 and 32.
C. H. DELLINA.
tlonolnln Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUOAU MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Dollcr work
ne RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.
COTTON BROS. & CO
FNGINLhKS AND : : :
Piam and itelBiatti fumtihed for all ctaiMa
Tel. Main 245.
ROOM 30C 30STON DLK. Honolulu.
Tho Evening Dulletln, 75 cents per