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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H T. THURSDAY, MAY S.'1902.
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dr. m, ii. Mclaughlin, ooe mm st S,N FRASCISC0
omco hours, 8 a. m. to s.au
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Scaled Tenders will be received by
the Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 in of Saturday, June 1st, 1902,
for furnishing the Department of Pub
lie Works with 250 p..cs.
Specifications on file In office of Su
pcrlntendont of Public Works
The Superintendent reserves tho
Hlht to reject any oi nil bids.
JAMES It IIOYD.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Notice is hereby given that E. n,
CONANT. i:SO . has this dav been an I
Minted n member nf the Knlna tin.-irf
Hraiel, Island of Kau.it, Territory of
Hawaii, ".Ice Moses Kaluna, resigned,
JAMES H IIOYD,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Dipnrtmmt of Puolle Works, Mny
ttli. 11102. 21ll-3t
The French Laundry will bo closed
ff.r a week, dm Ing which tlma many
n'leratlons and Improvements will bo
The partnership In the business has
been dissolved and In future tho pres
ent proprietor will not bo responsible
lor any debts contracted In tho namo
of tho French Laundry unless incurred
br hlniRclf. J AHADIG.
Honolulu, May 1st 1902. 15s tf
A DMdend Is duo and payable to
tho Stockholders of the Inter Island
Steam Navigation Company, Limited,
at tho otlho of the Company Quecu
ktrcet, on Thursday, Maj Sth, 1902.
luo Stoik Hooks will ho closed to
ttansfcra trom the Ctli to the Sth lust i
Honolulu. Mny Dtll, 1902. 2110 3t
DO NOT DELAY
tho purchase of a house, lot In tho
flrest suburb of Honolulu.
The remaining lots In KAIMUKI
TRACT nro now being sold on tho In
$20 cash upon signing agreement
nnd $10 per month until fully paid.
'j Possession Immediate,
lots 75x200 and 100x150.
Gear, Lansing & Go
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Fort Ht., bet. Queen and Merchant
Lunch and Dinner
Everytnlntr dret class. Complete line
Key West and Domestic Clgara alwayi
H. J. NOLTE,
MANUFACTURED FROM PURE
DISTILLED WATER. : : : :
Delivered to any part at
cltj hy courteous drivers.
Oalia Ice and Electric Co.
TELEPHONE DLUE J151.
HOFFHAN & nARKHAH.
MEN, WAKE UP
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lo TUUn UHur ticnni
HAVE YOU DRAGGING PAINS? W
ARE YOU EASILY TinED? ft
HAVE YOU VARICOCELE? '
HAVB YOU LOST THE rillE .,
and strength of youth? Hae you
"cumu nml go" pains In or back J
nnil shoulders? Arc ou growing
old too noon? .;J
If ou have these sjmptoms or M
any other sign of breaking down Vt
of our nencs and Itnlttj you will .(J
find new lire In Electrlclt as ap I.
piled while ou sleep. '
DR. MCLAUGHLIN'S ,'t
ELECTRIC BCLT l!
Is mado for you It Is the best way .(J
tn iirm Electricity. It notirs a gen- ..
continually for hours every
p. m sumiajs, iu to l
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Cuba To Be Given
Chicago, April 28. 'Itedprocltj In'
EOinc form will bo granted to Cuba, I
was the statement made today bj Sen
ttor Allison, who stoppid In Chicago'
a few hours nnd left the city tonight
fu Washington lie was in doubt as
to the exact fenm which legislation for
the Island would lluallj assume Sen
rtor Allison Bald.
"Somci form of rtclprocltj will tin.
cloubtedl) be granted to tho Island at
this session of Congress, but what
tl ut form will be no muTi knows at this
1 nctllic. I should not tare to foio
"Do jou think It will take tho ro
cent form of the House umcndtuinti '
"Will the beit sugai Interests of tho
West bo looked after at all?"
"The nniLiidment ns passed bj the
House will not bo rcpciutcd bj the
5tr.ntc. That does not mean, hnwev
ei, that tho beet sugar Interests will
t tit bo cared for."
"Will the army reorganization bid
be disposed of at Nils session of Cou
giess?" "No; I can stnto positively that It
will not be actid upon at this se
"Is that because tho discussion Is to
bo cut shorlt"
"No. Congress will not adjourn tin.
til tho last of June. I do not wish to
s-y why tho hill will not be taken up '
Havana, April 20 Gmcials Ilabl,
I.ora, Solsedo nnd Cupote have tried tu j
obtain from Presldint-cleit Palms, nn
assurance that the Cuban urmv would
bo paid Hcplvliig to the generals, Sen-
or Palma said he was disposed to pay
the arm j, but to do so nunc resume ei
would be needed than Cuba now has,
He novel suspected, ho said, thai tho
list of those to be paid contained "u, i
000 names, and the estimate of tho
amount due the soldiers (SO Ouo ooo
'The pjjmcut of this enormous bum
would annihilate us I would have to
lease Cuba to raise thla amount ' buld
Senor Palma's Idea was to revise, tho
lists and to negotiate a loan of $10 outi,
000, piovldlng for the inteicst b .1
sinking fund ns outlined In the const
tution. He cpicasid i egret at the fin I
that no piovlslon hud been made (o
pension the widows of war heioct,
mentioning p.irtltularlj the widows of
Genirals Mateo and Murti He pio
posed also to do sonn thing foi thus.
lojuiid lu the war,
Kliiborute piiparatlons aic belnij
made In Havuna for the tlueu dajs'
festival attending the Innuguiatlon of
tho new Cuban lepubllc.
Our Minister Is
Persona Non Grata
Wnshlngtcn. April 28 -.-Charles Iliti
dctt Hait, United States Mlnlstir to
Colombia, has been deilaiid pirsonn
uou grata by thu Uogotu Governmtnt
Official notification has been given to
tl o President that Colombia finds her
self unable to trial longer with Hart,
nnd Bho desires that nnothei citizen
of tho United States bo aiterdlted as
Mlnlutei In his place.
CAVALRY RE1 UlcNSI'HOMCUHA
New Yoik April 28 The first smin
clion of tho Second United STatcs C'av
air; , composed of i loops A, II, C ami
I under command" oi Major Walter C
bchiijlcr, arrived hero todas from Mn
ttnzus. Cuba, on tho steamer Curlt)
Lj Tliej lll go to l-ort Ktlian Allen
Ninety men of tho l'lrst and Third
Sciuadroiis of tho Kecond Caalry and
SSU horses arrhcil hero last nlcht,
he unci for tlo same destination
Weekly edition of the Oilletln $1
Venice, April 28. Captain Robert F
Wjnne V S M C, Aflstnnt Surgeon
itcbcrt E Ltdbettcf, LKulennnt John
Doddridge nnd n marine named Wll
lred Langley nil of the United States
cruiser Chicago who weie arrested on
April 2." on th- Piazza di San Marco,
were today brought tip In a police
ccurt According to the police the
Americans were gulltv of disorderly
induct In the square of St Marks
The police were obliged to Interfere.
Tiny were charged with resisting the
police and wounding private cltlzem.
Tho Public Progenitor asked for a
Btntencc of teven months Imprison
n cut for Cuptaln Wynne nnd six
months each for the other offenders,
besides compensation for those who
had been woundid Two of the In
jured persons claim ltu each
Venice April 30 The ortlic rs of the
I'nttot! States wnrshlp Chkago are
crnnned In the common prison of St.
Vark The nio nil toother In onii
room An application for tin Ir dis
charge has hin re jet In) The Ital
ian law docs not allow the court to
giant pardon In eases of utsaults on
the pollci Some of the novvsp-ipors
u, Homo, mention
the lynchlngs of
linllnns In the Unlle.il Suites us stiffl
c:t nt reason for n relunl of rojnl
c'rmcney It Is considered probable.
however that tin- prisoner will bo
by order of tin. King June 1,
of the fite. of the constltu
George V Mejer. th- Vnitei States
Embassadoi at Rome Ims not de
manded the- release of the officers Hy
their appeal Trom the n-iitmee or the
totirt the hav submit tic thetnsehes
to the Italian law. It It- believed nt
tin Porelt,n Office that unj ellploimtlc
nitlon In this matter wrmld bo out ol
plnre while the ciue-stlon riiniilnid tin
tei the conMTatlon nf tho Italian
Two Years' Sentence
Cnj.e Town prll Vi f r.neSs Had
zlwlll who had bien on trial here be
fore the Suprime Court on the ehargo
of forgeij in connection with notes,
purporting to have be-n Indorsed by
the late (V, II Khoelct- was sentenced
todaj to two jears i onfine-ine nt In the
Houe of Coruetlon.
RUSSIAN REVOLTS GROW
Cope-nhagen May 1 A dispatch to
the Polltlke-n of this cltj from Russia
(filed on the German frontier) -an
tiomiios that the labor iopulatlon of
thf whole district between .Moscow
at el Vlndlvlmlr. central Itussln. is In
'nvolt. There have bien numerous
jencounters bitween the worklngmen
and the troops and many persons hnvo
bien killed or wounded.
A Uhlan re-glment, comminded by
Colon. 1 Moiozeff. rIused to ait
against the workmen
THfl 100U CLUIJ.
rheic will be a happy time In San
Antonio Hull on Vlntvard street on
Fiiilaj evtnlnt. for the member, of tho
190J Club have arranged a "Hard
Times' ilaiioe which piomlbcs to bo
one, of the most amusing aud eutertaln
ing of the many pleasant affaiis whlih
the dub ha tngintcrid tlnrc. Its foun
dation. Thoe who attend tho Hard Times"
dance will be- ejected If they show nn
thing In the nature of a neck-tie or col
lars and cuffs. All have to elrcss In
lead hard-tlmis stjlt and It Is piom
Ised that nuniiious original costumes
will he exhibited.
riikets and progrns for the affali
nn printed In ancient stjle and ar
curious and unliiur In dtslgn A largA
uumlie'r of Mckets have btcn sold so
f u nnd it Mcnis that San Antonio Hnll
will hi nilnl to Its tapaelty All club
memheri. have tldits for tale oi tick
ets inn li- obtained nt tho hnll foi llftj
AGAINST Willi' TltUHr.
Washington April SO Rcpirscntu
lt!i Lacs of Iowa today iiitiodiiced
0 Mil 10 grant KrnriiiK prlWIcKej to
lntiHtacl settlers nnd hnldera of
small (units In arid nnd semi nild land
HBloiih lu order to cilfsct tho moiiop
c ly of the hec f trust and Its cornice
thus In the West. Lacey thinks that
th. grazing hills now pendlnK nio nt
tcpethtr too ninth In fnvor of tho cat
uuku'8 ciurnAU iui:ndd.
St 1'cteikhiirB, Tuesday, April 29.
ri'Ke Alexander, of Oldenburg's tele
b.aled chatinu of itomono. In tho (leu
emment of Voronek, southern Itusslu,
la been burned h rooltlnR pens
outs who practically mined tho es
t.ite 'Die Dill t Ik the father In Ian of
the Czar'ii elBter Olsa, nho marrltd his
bcm Dnl.e I'eler, last icti
linynl Arum Dlnnpiiciircel
Dublin April 28 The loyal aims
o er tho doen of the Ma)orH office nt
Limerick disappeared Inst nlglif. T lie
nrms hacl bee n a "red rai;" for the Na
tionalists of late and the Tnnjor. Mr
I)al, wanted to rcinovev them Tho
police haw arrested Councilor Joseph
I!) cm. a member of tho eoriointlou In
connection with tho occurrence, which
I.nb cause. d cpilte a sensation.
Instruments Filed for Record May 7.
W V Ahann A N Campbell, tr M
Lllluoknlanl Chlng Kat et al . L
J A Lurus and wife A I.emke M
Young Yan Ng Chock .... PA
8 I Shaw r C llcttcfs ... AM
I . S Wllburton M W Tsehudl M.
Odn K KnpuklnI--Mrs K Wllburton
nnd hsb . . Ilel
Instruments Filed for Record May 8.
M O Sllvn E Mathado .. ,M
10 (111 ,11 Mill
San Francisco, April 28 The Ocean
ic Companj's steamship Australia will
sail on her last trip to Tahiti Sunday
next On her return here she will bo
withdrawn and put on the llllo run In
conjunction with the stcamet Enter
prise which has Just completed her
maiden vojage to that port Hereaf
ter the Mariposa and the Alameda will
cover the Tahiti mall contract.
Ilj the time the Australia returns
the Mariposa will have bien tinned
over us the Hlsdon Iron Weuks and
will be again ready foi active scrvirr i
A new electric plant and mid storage
Is being Installed Ilci cabins and I
staterooms arc being overhauled and,
modernized and when completed th"
vessel will be similar in evcrv reaped
to the Ahmedn The two vessels will
make scml-montlilv trips cilllng at
Honolulu and Papeete In this via) the
Trench mnlls will tome here twice a
month Instead of once ever) thlrtj or
thlnv-fhe elajs as at present
The stcamrr Sonoma from Sin Fran
cisco was sighted off Kiiun Head this
morning nt .1 15 o clock A few hours
later she steamed up the channel nnd
docked ut the Oceanic whaif ,i little be
fore 8 o'tlock
The Sonoma 'eft San I'rjnrlsto nt
10 15 p in, on the first of Mav leaving
nbout tiini hours liter than the Dork
which salted In the call afternoon of
the Mime daj The Sonoma bilngs later
news b.v the evening p.tpcis of that dn
Purser Hodgson gives the following
report of the trip "The Sonoma left
San Francisco at 10 !" p m on the 1st
Inst tlenred the Coldm Gati at 10 10
p. m ; arilvlng at 5 30 u m on (h
Sth insL Fxperlemcd tloudj and
sliowirj weather for the flrht three
elajs out with head winds and rough
sea Ihence to arrlv-tl, fine .vct'.hcr
and smooth sea."
The Sonoma brought quite n
list of passengers of which n
number are for this port.
San Francisco, May 1. Quito a crowd
gathered at the Government dock tills
morning to witness the departure of tho
transport Logan, which Bet sail with
an unusually large number of cabin
passengers, nlthough she carried but a
handful of troops. Major General It. P
Hughes and his two aides, Lieut. H.
Croft, 19th Infantry, and Lieut A L.
Conger, 18th Infantry , were nniong
those who saw the large ship pull out.
Major It II Wilson. 8th Infantry nnd
Mis Wilson who had been among
those assigned to the; Log-in, remained
behind nt the last moment the order
sending Major Wilson to the Philip
pines having been revoked Major
Wilson will now go to Seattle to Join
the battalion of his leglmenl to leave
that port rally next month for Alaska
Ihc battalion of the Sth Infantrj thus
assigned Is now divided between two
posts In Montana
(11H IS SPOKEN
Snn Frantlseo April 29 - The steam
er Knterprlse iirrUrd from llllo early
this mornluK brlnRlni; u number of pas
sengers and n full rnrgo of sugir
Within a feu ilns of pent In litltudc .12
(loKrec'H 18 minutes north and longitude
135 degrees 15 minutes wist she spoke
the overdue llrltlsh ship t'oriiiiun 'I he
hitter Is fiom NuvHUstlc Australia
mid Is Sr, di)s out riflcen pel cent
reliikiirniice was pild on her Ono by
one es8els aio being wiped off the
m oi due lint 'Iho sihnonii Mahukona
which wns almost ghen up for lost
has been spoken on her w.i tn San
I'r indsto while the Fntuucl Skofleld
nrrltril at her destination Tho rein
surance speculators hnio plajed In
wonderful luck The only essel oer
which them now seems to he nil doubt
Is the Herman ship II V (Hade, 190
elajs out from San rranclsco for I'll
gl.iiul, nnd on which CO ptr cent Is
TAMUCO IN l'l;lCO.
San 1'ianclsco, Mny 1 The steamer
laiiiplio of the Globe Navigation Hue,
uirheil from the Hawaiian Islands tn
clay nfter a voyage of eleven days aim
twelve hours She brings u cargo ot
3ti,lbfl sacks of sugar, consigned to
U. J. Ilaldwln U Co, Her passengers
were 1). Morrison, W. Z. tlunther, Wil
liam T Sloan, S Drown and I)r T.
Smith The cssel went direct to
Ciockett, where she will discharge her
cargo. She will load hero and on th
Sound for Honolulu,
onii mom: oviiitouu simp
San rranclsco, April Jo Another
addition wus made to the overdue llbt
today The American ship Dirl-o wns
posted with iLllisuraneo rales quoted
at 10 per cent the Dlrlgo Is 89 dus
out from Hongkong fur Honolulu
Hates on tho Tvveedsdale dropped to
da from in to 12 per cent, and the
Yoscmlto fell from 30 to 25 per cent
Your amateur photographic worX
will be well clone if taken to Honolulu
j Photo Supply Co.
You have paid for two or three hornet during your lifetime.
Especially If you have been paying rent; and we regret that
you hava nothing to show for the money spent In this mannv..'.
Wa hava now on aale lota In the beautiful Puupueo Tract,
which contains the finest auburban property In Honolulu. This
tract commands a magnificent view of mountains and ocean, haa
macadamized streets, artesian water, and the electric car Una
passes through the property. For any further Information regard
Ing prices, terms, etc., addreta
ISLAND REALTY COMP'Y
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrlvo and leave thli port aa hc.oundor:
FROM 8AN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
AI.AMi:i)A MAY 16
VIATUIIA MAY 28
AI.AMHDA JUNU C
SIHUHA JUNU 18
M.AMHDA JUNi: 27
lu connection with tnu salting or the anove steamers, tno ugents are pro
eared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets oj any rail
ol from Sun Francisco to all points In tho United States, and from New
fork by any steamship lino to all European ports.
FOR FUIl'l 1IKR PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC 0. 8. CO.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN
HEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
C. S. NEVADAN, to sail April 20th.
S. S. HAWAIIAN, to sail May 20th.
Freight received nt Company's wharf. 42d St.. South Brooklyn, at all times.
Prom Sun Pranclco
S. S. HYADES, to sail May 17.
Freight received at Company's wharf. Stewart Street Pier 20.
From Scuttle nnd Tacomn
8. 8. CALIFORNIAN, to stall April 20.
8. 8. AMERICAN, to sail June 15.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. JYIORSB,
General Freight Agent H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of tho above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave thla port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
NIPPON MAItU MAY 16
Pi:itU MAY 21
COPTIC JUNi: 3
AMlMtlCA MAItU JUNi: 11
1T.KINO JUNi: 19
KlAP.I.IC JUNn 28
IIONOKONO MAItU JULY 6
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
H. tlrCKFBLQ & CO, LTD. AGENTS. '
CanadianAustralian Royal Mail
Btoamers or tho above lino, running In connection wttu the CANA3L
LN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. hotwoen Vancouver. D. C. nnd Sydnty, NS,i",
and calling nt Victoria, II, C Honolulu, Suva, I'iji and Urlshanc, are DUC
AT HONOLULU on or about tho dates below stated, viz :
"rom Vancouver anu Victoria, D. C.
(For Brisbane and Sydney.)
MOANA . . . .i MAY 10
miovi:ua JUNi: 7
MOANA JULY 5
Through Tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada, Unltod States and
turope. For Freight and Passage and all general information, apply to
Theo. H.Davleo&Co.,Ltd GcnMAftcnts.
GLOBE NAVIGATION COMPANY, LTD.
PUGET SOUND-HONOLULU ROUTE.
Connecting Direct without transfer with O. N. ny N. P. II . and C. P.
R. Lowest rates of freight from all eastern points; shortest possible time
I wi. bwitt-nr., iiwiii ub.i, wu wi
o. o. iniviriuu, irom ocamc, on or
For further information address
L. E. BEEBE,
2 Brewer Building, Honolulu. AGENT HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Globe Nav. Co, Ltd., Seattle, Wash.; P. W. Rochester, 308 Market St.,
S. F.i Agents of above roads, will furnish information.
Pearl City Hotel
A placo for town peoplo to lay off
for a fow das
Furnished looms first class meals,
dancing pavilion nleo picnic grounds,
alpo stabling for horses.
Convenient for a country outing
J. W. CHAPMAN,
THE AMOUNT PAID
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAID FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
HOME TOO. o J
AI.AMRDA MAY 21
SinilllA MAY 27
al,a.mi:da juni: 11
SONOMA JUNi: le
AI.AMF.UA JULY 2
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
COPTIC MAY 10
AMKUICA MAItU MAY 20
I'KKINfl MAY 28
(1AKI.IC JUNK 7
IIONOKONO MAItU JUNI1 13
CHINA JUNK 21
NIPPON MAHU JULY
i From 8ydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, D. C.)
MIOWHRA MAY 1
AOIIANGI JUNE 4
MOANA JULY 2
nuvui ... .. Monrnik iw
aooui may lu
Everything New, Good Table, Nice
edrooms, Sample Room for Commcr
clal Travelers. Opposite Landing, fine
view, cool and comfortablo. Terms
G. FREEUND, -
UntOSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO,
TWO TRAINS DAILY
faly THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York,
tllnan Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Darbai
Xaop and Pleasant Reading Rooma.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-coxte).
Free Reclining Chairs,
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
' X. LOTHROP, General Aeent.
ltt Third street, Portland, Oregon.
I. W. HITCHCOCK. General Agent.
Ko. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
U LOMAX, Q. P. & T. A..
H7J Omaha, Nebraska.
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KING STNEET LING.
Can Ittvt Walk Ik I for town at 5 45. 6 ij, 6 4 a m,
tBitvtry ismlnutM thtrtifter till 1045. 11:11 to
nj5P from Wiiklkl ca loth PuniTiou Stable.
Cart (cava R Rane or Pawaa twitch for town at
jja M and every i mlnutea thereafter till ii.c?p m
Cart Wave Fort and King atreeti corner foe PaUaa
t6to am. and avery 13 nlnutia after till uti
Can Uavt for Palaroa only at and jjoam
Carl laave Palama for alklkf $ 4) A m and every
13 mlnutea till 9 ijp m , then at 10 ij and 10 4s
Ids tit) A from Palama for Punahou omy roe
Cara Itave Fort and Klne atreeti corner foi Hlfla
Ranee at f to and mo a M
Can leave Fort and Klnj atreeti comer for Walklk
at 6 os AM andevery 15 minuiet till iqojp.m then at
i) y and tiuiPt The 11 jj P m cott to Walklkl
03 Saturday! only
BERETANIA STREET AND r'UUANU VALLEY.
Cara leave Punahou Stable for Town at ) and
for Town and Valley alt 40 s o o to t o 6 40 t and
r n A m
Cara leave Oahu College for town and Valley at
6 30 6 $0 and jioam artj ever) to minute tilt 10 10
P.m eicept the even hour and hatf, hour can wtikb
run from the Stable
Caralaave Nuuanu Valley at 6 10 6 jo 6 jo A M and
very 10 minutes thereafter till to )o p M
Carl leave fort and Qjeen ttreet for Punahou
College at 6 oj 6 tj ft 41 A m and every 10 minute
after till 9 at P m After that the cart run to the
Stable up to 1 1 jop.m, which Ii the lattcar trust Town
Machine the Stable at it p
Telephone to All Parts of the bland.
r.EALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. HENRIQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance la offered (or
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Mauoa, uua
it Kollua and take passengers overland
to Hookena. whore the steamer la met
O, R. & L. Co.
rrom and after January L
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F C. SMITH, Oen'l Pass. & Ticket Alt.
O. P. DDNiaON. Superintendent
Drays lor Freight
Our representative meets all incom
ing steamera from the Coast, and vr
check baggage on all outgoing steam
ra. White and Black Siod For Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin, 111
King street. Tel 83.
ft. LARSEH, M'fT.
When You Want a Rig
ItlNQ UP THH
LIVERY BOARDING and
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BIB FORT 8TREEU
Btablo 'Phone. 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 order. Boiler work
and niVBTKD PIPES for Irrigation
purposes n specialty. Particular atten
don paid to JOB WORK, and repair
executed at shortest notice
COTTON BROS. & CO
ENGINbbRS AND ! : :
P.ana ana attlmaiaa filmland for all claaaai
Tel. Main 245.
ROOM 300 BOSTON BLK. Honolulu.
Tho Evening Bulletin,
7E cents per
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