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EVENING BULLETIN HONOLULU. If. T., SATUIIDAY, WAY 10, 1902.
i I HAIL TO MEN
!jj Ev'n unt0 0,d a0 yo" may (eel
J.W, . (. ' -
It cures Khcumatlsm, Lame
- M.muunqiii uu..
; or send for frco book about tt. I
Dr. M. II. McLaughlin,
Offlco hours, 8 n, m. to 8:30 p. m.; Sundays, 10 to 1.
NEVER 80LD DY DRUQ STORES OR AGENTS,
Tho French Laundry will bo closed
for a week, during which tlma many
alterations and Improvements will be
Tho partnership in tho business has
been dissolved and in futuro tho pres
ent proprietor will not bo responsible
lor any debts contracted In tho name
of tho French Laundry unless Incurred
by himself. J. A1JADID.
Honolulu, May 1st 1002. l$a-tf
"Aloha Branch," T. 8., overy Satur
day, 7:30 p. m, Arlon hall, back ot
Opera House. Lending library. In
formation P. O. Box 6E4, or 314 Fort
DO NOT DELAY
tbe purchase ot a bouso lot In tho
, flrcst BUburb of Honolulu.
J The remaining lotB in KAIMUKI
J TRACT are now being sold on tho In
$20 cash upon signing agreement
and $10 per month until fully paid.
lots 70x200 and 100x150.
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Fort St., bot. Queen and Merchant
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Everytnlng firBt-clas. Complete Una
Key West and Domestic Cigar always
H. J. NOLTE, - Prooriefor.
MANUFACTURED FROM PURE
DISTILLED WATER. : : : ;
Delivered to any part of
city by courteous drivers.
Oaliu Ice and Electric Co.
TELEPHONE BLUE 3151.
HOFFHAN & nARKHAfl.
1000 shades MUST be sold at onco
from 25c up.
SHADES AT HALF-PRICE.
EOc shades reduced to 25c.
75c shades reduced to 35c.
$1.50 shades reduced to 75c.
L. S. Mathews,
710 Fort street, Orpheum Block.
tf vou have thm vour tVft hiv ilmnlv ataulftd
b4 habits li It not nvctmrv to be loiiured bv
corns, Incrowinp mils bunions chilblains, etc,
Thty may curtdthai li your fret may be broken
of their bad habits. You lll be iurprlu4, not only
how much more easily and comfortible yon will walk
but wttti how much more vlcor and force )ou will be
Me to think and ait In all your business or social
Cat and see ire about this, or send me word and I
will call on you
Up. W. R. Bole,
Union Street above Hotel.
Confutation 1 oft' fiat.
U ,Jas. T. Taylor
CIVIL AND HYDRAULIC ENGINEER
306 Judd Building.
Telephone Main 294.
Tho Evening Bulletin. 75 cents re-r
tiic viyur ui youin, wun us ngnt
heart, elastic itep, courage and
tlrelets energy. You may be
free from palm and aehei and
defy your years.
There Is a fountain of perpetual youth,
and oil have only to reach out your hand
and tatic It. You can drink of It until your
heart mi outs with Kindness, and with all
your might you v. Ill proclaim, as other men
"I AM A MAIS !"
I.Ike tho giants of old, you can be In your
prime at GO strong, vigorous and full of
John Page, Boulder Creek, Cal., writes, aft
er wearing Dr. McLaughlin's Electric Belt:
"1 hnvo no aches or pains now, and tho vari
cocele has disappeared. I did not think It
possible for mo to obtain relief from my suf
'crlngs, but the Uelt has surprised me. 1
1'eel as young as I did thirty years ago. and
could induce mo to part with it."
Hack, Sciatica. Call nnd sec it today
i"ni u.i(.ti.i.i vuu uuu BW 11 IUUUI
will send it sealed If you send this ad.
OOO Mnrket St.,
VORTQAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN
TION TO FORECLOSE MORT
GAGE AND OF SALE.
In accordance with a power of sale
ceiitalncd In that certain mortgac
mado by J. K. Kahoohano to J. Alfred
Magoon, dated September 2d. 1897. re
ceded In the Hcglstcr Office, Oallu,
In Liber 171, pages 228-9, notice is
lif'ieby given that paid mortgagee la
terds to foreclose said mortgage for
condition broken, to wit., tho non-pay
ment of principal and Interest when
due, and upon said foreclosure will
boll at public auction at tho sale
rooms of Will n. Fisher. In Honolulu.
en Wednesday, tho Uth day of May,
IJ. 1902, at 12 o'clock m. of said dnv.
the premises desciibed In said mort
gage as below specified.
further particulars can bo had of
A. Magoon, T. I. Dillon, or J. Lleht.
icol, attorneys at-law, Magoon block.
ccrncr Aiakea and Merchant streets,
Honolulu. J. ALFRED MAQOO.V,
Dated Honolulu, April 22, 1902.
First. That land, containing an area
ot 2 1-2 acres, situate at Makanala.
Ntrth Kohala, Hawaii, being tho por-
len of tho land described In Itovol Pat-
cut No. 3371, Award 9781, to Kclllleo-
len, as described in deed of nartltlon
of D. W. A. Kabookano and J. K. Ka-
ookano, dated September 10th. 1S83.
n corded In tho Ileglstcr Office. Oahti.
In .oor 87, pages 4i0-l-2.
Second. All those portions of tho
and described In said Royal Patent
No. 3371, Award 9781 as follows:
(a) All tho kula land situate between
tho land of Kalal, Kcaloha, and Komo-
(b) All the kula land situate on the
East side of tho lands of Kealoha and
Komomua. nnd lying on tho makal sldo
of the Government road, nnd adjoining
tic land of Kalal.
(c) All tho land on the Pall side to
the gulch of Makanala. which t mi tr, I
ciskal sldo of tho Government road.
Tho lands described In sunTllvlnlnn.
a. Ii nnd c being tho land described In
deed from Mareka to said J. K. K
hroknno dated August 22d. 18S9, and
recorded In said office In Liber 130
2128 April 22, 29; May C, 10.
SCAPED FROM HAF.EM
New York". April 27. A cable to tho
World from Paris says. Tho American
jMtht Wanderer, which lately reached
Constantinople with a party Including
liimmofiuro HuMnson, Its owner: .Mrs.
Murster. Xllss Ilnlilniinn Mr nn.l M-o
Alnrrv nn.l tr lllnn.tn !... i ., I
-...4 ...... ..,,. ijiuuuii, nan ut-'C'll lir
di eked for cleaning On leaving XIu.
(it nla, on the south shore of tho Sea
at .Marmora, a few dan hack, thu
yacht stopped outside tho haibor to
ItfcVo tho pilot, when those on boaid
a.iw a human being swimming toward
tho boat from tho land, but so far out
that It seemed Inctcdlble that any ono
'culd be capable of such endurance.
T. lie yacht waited, and soon tho nas.
Engcra wcro able to perceive that tho
BWlmmcr was a native girl, who was
followed by a dog. A boat wag launch
ed and picked up tho glil and dog, both
utterly exhausted. The girl explained
through tho pilot, wiio alone under.
stood her language, that sho had es
caped from tho harem of a resident of
Broussa and that tho faithful canine
had followed her. The yacht then pro
ceeded, taking along tho girl. Her
name Is Leyla. Sho Is about 17 years
old and seems bright. She will be
taken to America for education.
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Jm eonaantratati Or Qua
ANEMIA. POORNESS GF BL00I
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ATTORNEY GENERAL GIVES
Belief In Many Quaiters that Trust Is
Subject to Criminal Investigation
Civil Proceedings at
Washington, April 24 Attorney
Omernl Knox today maue the. follow
inc statement regarding the so called
beef trust. "On April 4th this de
partment directed W. A. Day of Wash
inrton, In his capacity as gpnclal as
sistant to tbe Attorney General, to ex
amine Into as far as practicable tho
public charges to the effect that a com
bination of lirge meat dealers of tho
L'r.lted States had been tffectcd con
trary to the provisions of (ho laws ot
the United States, riils preliminary
examination resulted in Instructions'
to Mr. Day and Mr. Bethea, United
States Attorney nt Chicago on April
"th, to prosecute simultaneously In
Chicago nnd tho East a more partleu-
mi examination Itno th allegations
nnd proofs alleged to exist in support
thereof From their reports I am sat
isfied that sufficient evidence Is on
hand upon which bills In equity for an
Injunction can bv iramed to rcstinln
the combination mentioned from fur
ther proceeding under their agree
ments, whleii clearly appear to bo In
MFtialnt of Interstate trade 1 have.
treiofore. In compliance with the law,
which provides 'It shall be Hie duty
of the seeral district altorneiyH of tho
United States. In th Ir r-Fpecflvc dls
tilcts. under the direction of tho Attor
ney General to InstltuK proceedings lo
equity to prevent nnd restrain viola
tions of this ad,' directed The District
Attorney at Chicago to prepare a bill
Iti an injunction against the corpora
tions nnd persons who ore parties to
the combination mentioned to Tie filed
in the United Stat.s Court for the
.Voithern District of ImIiioIh"
V A Day. who Is mentioned In the
Matement of tin Attormy General ns
having oondii'ted the inveHtlgatlon
vlth District Attormy B'thea, really
began his work nearly two months
np.o. At that time he was detailed to
vslt certain Western bmtcH to exam
ine Into the allege d violation of the In
terstate commerce laws. Ills atten
t'on was not specially ulreeted to tho
combination of meat dealers, but ho
e pressed the opinion to thn Attorney
General some time ago that, from ob
scivations which he bad made, tho
mutter would b-ar Investigating.
A preliminary report wan mado by
Djj a week ago and a report on simi
lar lines was made- on Wednesday of
Ins. week by District Attorney Dcthea
lo Attorney General Knox. It was al
most certoln at that time that the Gov
en.ment would procei-d against tho
omhlnatlon ot meat dealers, but tho
natter was deferred until completo
o.h'enee should be Rpeured. Tho Gov
einment case Is now believed to bo so
well supported that prosecution can
not fall. There Is an eiplnlon among
ccitaln officers of the Government
that rerent transae lions of tho meat
elenlers form n violation of the crimi
nal statutes, bit the prosecution of tho
nll suit umler the InteTKtato com
rueice net is all that Ih contemplated
St Louis, Mo. April J7 Ernest
Wilde, n Ilrltish subject occupies u cell
In the guai (Mouse nt Jelterson bar
racks awaiting transposition to the
Feedrul prlMjii on Alenini Irilaii.l In
San 1'ranilseo l,a to serve a ninety-nlne-jcar
Miitcnce fur treason to the
United States If wild.) li 1 1 not false
ly sworn that he was a citlz.-n of the
United States he would .it Imv (oinid
hU way Into lilt, pre , nt mi-jeuible
piedltament. for he vvomd not liavo
been accepted as n recruit for t.'io Lull
de States Army in St Louis Kcecmbci
5, Vs'j'j, nnd shlppeil to the Philippines.
He had been In active service on Lii
zon island only about oue month .vhen
he disappeared from the eamp of his
own eompany, 11 of the 12th. Ii.r.uitry,
at a town called Paneem!-. titty miles
from .Manila. For twenty days ho re.
malne-d absent. Then he turned up In
Tariac, twenty miles from Paneeiulo
and surrendered. He said ho hud oecn
captured by Insurgents and with much
uimcuiiy nau escaped
Willi 1 111 nn
n soldier named Kcnney. fioni tho
Fourth Cavalry, who told tho same
liiMead of taking Wlllfs wowl nn.l
permitting him to rejoin l.ls command
tho commanding olTlcer ai Tailae, Or
de.cd him before a ge.ieial court-uu1-t'al,
e barging him with deseitloa end
M'-clfylng that he had ipilt the iump
to Join and light with the Filipino In
stirgents. On this churi'e and speclflin
ticn Wilde was eonvlcvj. Ho w,,8 sen
teueeil to Alcutrna Islar 1 prltou.
Every Day Affords New Proofs of the
peculiar effects of I'AIN-KILLEH. In
cases where a disordered condition of
the stomach, liver and bowels Is com
bined with gicnt debility, nervous
weuknesa, and Intense melancholy, l'a
effects aro most beneficial and wonder
ful It should bo Kept by eveiy family.
Avoid substitutes, there Is but one
Paln-Klller. Perry Davis'. Piice25caud
Your amateur photographic worK
will be well dono If taken to Honolulu
Photo Supply Co.
Instruments Filed for Record May 9.
t'lineer HUIIJIng & Xoan Assn. E.
11 Lee ReL
E U Leo J. A. McKay D.
ee Kee TVong Chce Wong Tuck
Tr. Estate I) P. Dlshop Kawelo IX
J. Coerper and wife H. Armltago
W Olsen and wife J. Coerper .. XL
Mr. It. Hopkins A. da Sllva . ,M.
Instruments Filed fop Record May 10.
lUle Alkakc SusaH K. Kamaka ..D.
Recorded May 1, 1902.
Fritz Xleyer to HclnfTch Beermann;
reelase; lot 90, King street tract, Ho
nolulu, Oalni; $550. Hook 221, page
437. Dated Xlay 1, 1902.
W. R. Castle, trustee, by attorney,
to Pahunanl; rclcaso; lot 23, block 11,
l.'cwnlo tract, Honolulu, Oahu; $425.
Dook 192. page 203. Dated April 30,
II. P. Zablan to Pioneer Rulldlng &
Loan Association; forcclosuro affidav
it, portion R P. 3540, Kul 10498 Ka
lli'l. Honolulu, Oahu. Rook 232, pagd
20i. Dated April 30. 1902.
Recorded May 2, 1902.
Kaoploplo (w) to J. Ikaaka and
wne. Interest In R. P. f,973, Kill. 10-
DO.., Moaula. Kau, Hawaii, 4250. Hook,
131, page 31(1. Dated April 25. 1902. ,
Done Chang to H. Hnekfeld & Co
deed; one-seventh Interest In Aps. 1'
n,nd 2, It. P. 1182, Kul. 0073, Xloalll
Lanalnn, Xlaul; J 15. Hook 231, pa go
.ill. Dated April 28, 1902.
Klhcl Plantation Co.. Ltd., to Hawn.
Com. & Sugar Co.; agreement; In re
grinding crops ol cane of Klhcl plan
trtion. Hook 235, page 117. Dated
Xovember 8, 1899.
Estate of n. P. Rlshop to Lin Vie If
Wnl Co.; lease; 1 18-100 acres land.
Manna valley, Honolulu, Oahu; ten
jeors at f!0. Rook 233, page 293. I)at
re1 April 22. 1902.
Keone ct nl. to F. L. Leslie; mort
guie; one-hnlf Interest In R. P. 0131,
Kul. 11175. Napoopoo, South Kona, Ha
waii; $37 50. IVok 232, pago 391. Dat
ed April 28. 1902.
Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar
Company to Xlaul Sugar Company,
Limited; ngrccment; In re water
rights, llainnkualoa, Maui; $1 Rook
2J5. page 151. Dated March 18, 1902.
Estate R. P. Dlshop to Wing Song
Leo Company; lease; 1 773-1000 acres
land, XInnoa valley, Honolulu, Oahu;
Irn years at (ISO. Rook 233, page 298.
Dated April 22. 1902.
Charles XI. Cooke, trustee, to Koloa
Sugar Company; release; alt real, per
sonal and mixed property, Kona, Ka
uai; 150,000. Rook 16C, page 11G. Dat
ed Xlay 1, 1902.
ICstato R. P. Rlshop to Jonah Ku-
mi-lae; deed; portion R. P. 4483, KuL
7712. Ap. C, Queen street, Honolulu,
Oiilni; $869. Hook 231, page .134. Dat
ed .May 2. 190.
Low Pow lo Pang Chong; deed; ono-
lialf Interest in lot 12, Pawaa tract,
Iicnolulu, Oahu; $280, mortgago $500.
Rook 231, pago 335. Dated April 15.
Knudsen Profilers ct nl. to Gay A
Robinson; lease; nhupuan of Xloklha-
nn, Wnlmea, Kauai; twenty ears at
J240. Hook 233, pago 301. Dated No
vember 1. 1901
Gay & Robinson to Annlo S. Knud
fin ct al.; ieaso; piece land, Walinea,
Ktual, hcventeen enrs six months nt
5100 per annum. Hook 233, pago 303.
I it. February 7, 1902.
XInhona e l nl to Hutchinson Sugar
I'hintntioti Company; lease; R. P.
D53, Kul. 9171, Ap. 3. Walohlnu, Kau.
Hawaii; ten yenrs nl $33. Rook 233,
J age 303. Dated April 21, 1902.
Recorded May 3, 1902.
John Pauluhl lo Sun Yuen Leo nnet
COmpuny; lease and ngreoment; three
Ml, .Monet, Honolulu. Oaliu; to
(liange payment of rental of leasehold
book 15S, pago 307, to quarterly pay
mei.ts; seven yeaia six months nt nnc
will crops. Rook 23 J, page 3U0. Dated
W XI Campbell, by trustee, to D.
I'm her, hill or sale; Interest In two
Meiry building eorner Young and Plll.nl
sttcot. Honolulu, Oahu: $1000. Hook
3, pngu 151. Dated .May 1, 1902
Recorded May 5, 1902.
Lyons K. Kul.unl and wifo (o W. IC
Ke'olio; de'cd; ono nero or Grant 1252,
Kukulalmle, hlpahulii, Xlaul; $00. Pat
ed January 2R, 1902,
Xlnx Schlcmmor and wlfo to Ah Ko:
deed; piece land. PnhaKealkl, Wnlmcn,
ivinmi; $2250. Dated April 19. 1902.
David Xlulo nnd wlfo to Wm. Aliln:
(Iced; Interest In It. P. COL Kul. 17211
Walknhalulu, Honolulu, Oahu: one
hall sharo hul land of XInllcpal and
' hnl'lnn. Kuanapall, Maul; $23.
Muy 3, 1002.
l M, C, 1,
The third nnlversary of the Japan
eso Y. XI, C. A. was celebrated with
speeches and music lasi night In tho
Japanese cliurch on Niiuanu stievt Ad
dlessea were made by XI. 1 Okiimura.
J. II. Athetlon and Xllkl Salto. tho Ja
panese Consul, wlio also recited a poem
In Fremh President J. FuJIviishl of
the Japanese Y. M. C. A. dellveicd his
leport In Japanese. It wua translated
lull) English by Rev. O II Gullck.
H I. Murx plnjeil a violin solo ami
.Miss C'anle Castle rendered a solo In
Japanese A huge number of Japan.
cku attended the meetliu and also
iiulte a large number of piomlncnt
members of tho foreign congregation.
Tho Evening Bulletin,
75 cents per
You have paid for two or three home during your lifetime.
Ciptcltlly If you have been paying rent; and we re ret that
yeu htv nothing to show for the money spent In this mannh.'.
We have new on eale lot In the beautiful Puupueo Tract,
whl:h contain the flnett euburban property In Honolulu, Thl
traet commands a magnificent view of mountain and ocean, ha
macadamized streets, artesian water, and the electric ear line
paste through the property. For any further Information regard
ing price, term, etc, address
ISLAND REALTY COMP'Y
204 JUDD BUIL.D1NQ.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The ateamers of this lino will arrive and leavo this port aa hereunder:
TOON SAN TOANCISCO.
SIERRA . .
SONO.MA . .
In connection with tho sailing or tne above steamers, tne agents ore pro
Hirod to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets oy any rail
oad from San Francisco to all poluts In the United States, anu from New
Fork by any steamship lino to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
NBW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, ria Pacific Coast.
S. S. HAWAIIAN, to sail May 20th.
S. 3. OREOONIAN, to sail about July 15th.
Freight received at Company's wharf. 42d St., South Drooklyn, at all time.
From San Prunclsco
8. 8. HYADE3, to (all May 17.
Freight received at Company's wharf, Stewart Street Pier 20.
From Seattlo and Tacoma
8. 8. CALIFORNIAN, to (all April 20.
8. S. AMERICAN, to sail June 15.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
8teamer of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave thl port on or about the date below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
NIPPON XIARU XIAY 16
COPTIC JUNE 3
AMERICA XIARU JUNE 11
PEKING JUNE 19
GAELIC JUNE 28
IIONQKONO XIARU JULY 5
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION
H. HACKFELD &
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Stenmors of tho abovo lino, running In connection wltu tho CANA.TI
N PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. botween Vancouver. D. C, and Sydney, N.S.vV,
und calling nt Victoria, H. C, Honolulu, Suvn, FIJI and Brisbane, aro DU
AT HONOLULU on or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
From Vancouver anu Victoria, D. C.
(ror urlsbano and Sydney.)
MOANA XIAY 10
XllOWERA JUNE 7
.MOANA JULY 5
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United State and
Jurope. For Freight and Passage nd all general Information, apply to
Theo. H. Davlcw & Co.. Ltd., Gcn'l Aftcnte.
GLOBE NAVIGATION COMPANY, LTD.
PUGET SOUND-HONOLULU ROUTE.
Connecting Direct without transfer with O. N. Ry N. P. R, and C. P.
IL Lnwost rates of freight from all eastern points; shortest possible time.
8. 8, EUREKA, from Seattle, on or about APRIL 10
8. 8. TAMPICO, from Seattle, on or about MAY 10
For further information addroas
L. E. BEEBE,
2 Brewer Building, Honolulu.
Globe Nav. Co., Ltd., Seattle, Wash.: P. W
F.; Agents of above road, will furnish Information
Pearl City Hotel
A pluco for town people to lay off
for a few days.
Furnished rooms, first-class meals,
dinclng pavilion, nice picnic grounds,
also stabling for horses. I
Convenient for a country outing. I
J. W. CHAPMAN,
THE AMOUNT PAID
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAID FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
HOME TOO. . Jt. jt
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
SIERRA . .
SONOMA . ,
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
COPTIC XIAY 10
AMERICA XIARU MAY 20
PEKING XIAY 28
GAELIC JUNE 7
HONGKONG XIARU JUNE 13
CHINA JUNE 21
DORIC JUNE 28
NIPPON XIARU JULY 8
APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
CO, LTD. AGENTS.
from Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver. R. C.)
AORANGI JUNE 4
.MOANA JULY 2
AGENT HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Rochester, 308 Market SL,
Everything New, Good Table, Nice
Bedrooms, Sample Room for Commer
cial Travelers. Opposlto Landing, tine
vlow, cool and comfortable. Terms
!G, FREELAND, -
Lines of rraveu
ICJtOfia THE CONTINENT THOU
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FIUN0I8CO,
TWO TRAINS DAILY
lT TilREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
sJlnan Palaco Sleepers. BuffeL Bmok
tag and Library car, with Barbet
Uov ane Pleasant Reading Room.
Dining Cars (Meals ala-caite),
rree Reclining Cbalre,
Pullman Ordinary Sleeper.
i M. LOTHROP, General Agent
It! Third street, Portland, Oregoi,
. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
Ho. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
I. L. LOKAX, O. P. & T. A.,
11 Omaha, Nebraalr,
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KINO STREET LINE.
Cttl IllM Walklkl tor town t 5 , j. 0 t, J ,. A .
ml mry i) nlniitti ihttiifttr till ,o j, it;ij aod
ijspm from Wnklkl f a lo tt Pimitiou Sublai,
Ull ItaviR Dane or Pawaa rwlub tor lown at
I jja m. an tvarjr it mlnui,ih,r,altr ml i, oSr.M.
Cara laart Foil ani Klnc itmti corntt tor Palaoa
alt i. A M. an4 artrjr li Dlnuua attar tilt n t
Catt ! lor Palana only al j an4 )) A.M
Caia Uava Palama lor Walklktt a A M. and mn
ijnlauMitllloaiPM, ihenatio u and lo.ir.M
rt.iiii A. Iron Palama lor Punabov oofy roal
Cara taav. Fort anl Klnt mm corntt In Rlllt
Raaco at $ to and iar
Can laavt Fort and Klnr io,li cornrr lor WalUk
at 6 oj A.M. and tvtry tc aalnutta till to 03P, M Ulan al
ojtaolunirM. Tnan j P.M. to., ta Walklkl
DERETANIA STREET AND I'UUANU VAUEY.
Cart Itava Punihou Stiblt lor Town at s ja and
lor Town and Vallty all o 5 jo 6 10 t s ,0 t and
Cara Itava OahiiColltei lor town and Vallry al
ft jo 6 50 and TiaAM and tvtr) 10 mlnuttf till 10 io
p.M aactpt tht avrn hour and hall, hour cai wbkll
run trora tha Stacla
Caia Itava Nuuanu Vallty atoio6ioyA,Mand
tvtry 10 Blnutta thtrtalttr till 10 so P.N
Cart laava f-Art .nj rtti. -,.,. ,n tikH.-i.AM
Colltra at 6 o e t 6 as A M and tvtry 1. nlnulr.
11.1 ,111 , ,1 r.n Aiitr inai uia catt run Mint
StatlailOtO II toP.M. Which ll lluliilf.tfrMiTAMi
raacblni; tba Slabtt at 11 10 p M.
relephone to All Parts of the Island.
F.EALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. HENIIIQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To tne Volcano or tba Mountalna.
An ezcellent.cbance U orTared for
8EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriage meet tbe S. S. Mauna una
it Kailua and tako passeDgers orerUnd
to Hookena, where tba steamer 1 mei
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 1811. '
STATIONS. DAILY DAILY
(Outwaid; ai. Sun DAILY ti Sun nallY DAILY
A.M. AM. AM. P.M. P.M.
Honolulu .... ,io til n j i s "
ftarl Uty.... Io oS ti to let Ija
twa Mill I j tooS itoo to ft i
Walana 10 j. 441 ....
Walalua ss 54
Kahukn i, j i.ij ....
(Inwaid) ti Sun. daily daily daily
AM. AM P.M P.M.
Kahuka ,, t 11 ,,,, .-of
Walalua 610 .... a 50
Walanat t 1. ... j S
",."' ' ""
I'tarlClly i.ij I.01 i:vo 4;,
Honolulu 6(0 l,) ,) 5tt
r C. SMITH. Oon'l Pass. & Ticket Ait.
O. P. DBNI8QN. Superintendent
Orayo tor Freight
Our representative rap-eta all Incom
ing steamers from tho Coast, and w
check baggage on all outgoing (team
r. Wblte and Blick Sand For Silf
Offlce with Evening Dulletln, 111
King (treet, Tel 8C.
9. LARSEH, MTr.
When You Want a Rig
R1NQ UP Till
LIVERY BOARDING and
I 1 : t : B18 FORT STtEElJ
Stable Thoue. 109 Main.
Hack Stand, TUonc-a 319 and 32.
C. H. OELLINA.
Honolnln Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUOAH MA
CHINL'HY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Holler work
nt lirVBTED PIPES for IrrlgaUon
purposr a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOli WOItK, and repalra
sxecuted at shortest notice
COTTON BROS. & CO
E.NGINFhRS AND t : !
Piana and aitlmaiea turntthtd tor all claaa '
Tel. Main 245.
HOOM 30T 30STON DLK. Honolulu.
Tho Evening Dulletln, 7B cents per