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EVENING- BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., TUESDAY, MAY 13, 1902.
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The French Laundry will bo closed
fcr a week, during which tlmo many
alterations and Improvements will bo
Tho partnership In tho business has
been dlssoled and In future the pres
ent proprietor will not bo responsible
lor nny debts contracted In tho namo
of the French Laundry unless Incurred
IV himself. ' J. AIIADIU.
Honolulu. May 1st 190:. J5stf
Will soon be observed. Sco to It that
tho monuments to our friends aro
PTdo clean or new ones are erected.
J C. Axtell, No. 333 Tlcrctanla Ave.
cor. Miller, Is pieparcd to do such
tt.rk at reasonable prices. P. O. Box
C)2, 'Phone Illuo C71 2M4-2W
BO NOT DELAY .
tho purclmse of a house lot la tho
fir est suburb of Honolulu.
Tho remaining lots In KAIMUKI
TRACT nro now being sold pn tho In
$20 cash upon signing agreement
oud $10 per month until fully paid,
lots 7Gx200 m.d 100x130.
Gear, Lansing & Go
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Fort St., bet. Queen nnd Merchant
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Everytnlng flrst-class. Complete line
Key West and Domestic Cigar alwayi
H, J. NOLTE, ' Proorlelor,
MANUFACTURED FROM PURE
DISTILLED WATER. Ill:
Delivered to any part ot
city by courtcouii drivers.
Oalia Ice and Electric Co.
TELEPHONE BLUE 3151.
IIOFFnAN & HARKHAn.
II you have th m yur (t htt ilm;ly acqulreJ
b4 hibll It U not rtcrsry to te tuiur4 b
conn, 'nurowlnj nails bunluns chlibtdins, etc
They may Nr curcJ th4t is yur feel may be broken
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cat ani see me about this, or seni me wori ani 1
will call onuu.
Dp. W. R. Bogle,
Oregon Block. ,
Union Street above Hotel.
Consultation t otH' (rtt.
Jas. T. Taylor
CIVIL AND HYDRAULIC ENGINEER
306 Judd Building.
Telephone Main 294.
AH PAT & CO.,
1256 Fort St. above Orpheum.
AH PAT, expert cutter, lato foreman
J, D. Tregloan. Suits latest styles and
good fit. Cleaning and repairing.
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ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE TO
The undersigned, limine been duly
api'olnted Administrator of the Estate
or Timothy I!. Murray, bite of Hono
lulu, Island of Oaliu. Territory of Ha
wall, deceased Intestate, notice Is here
by given to nil persons having claims
apninsi tne said csiaie ro present ino
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BIlllV, n.Vil III,,)',-, .UltVIIClO, ,. (11 V
bit, duly authenticated, whether secur
ed by mortgage or otherwise, to tho
undersigned, at tho office of Peterson
& Mnttliewman, Knnhumanti Btrect. In
tald Honolulu, within six months trom
tho date of this notice, or they will bo
forever barred. And nil persons In
debted to said cstato aro hereby u
quested to make linntcdlnte payment j
CHAULK V. MURRAY.
Administrator of the Estate of Tim
othy n. Murray, Deceased Intes
tate. Dated Honolulu, T. II., April 29, A.
2134 April 29, May p, 13, 20. 27.
Th i.on.i , f .ho irric(ine .iiir-ii i
Just completed by the Wahlnwo Wnter'
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lu. There was a goodly icpiescntatlon
nf (lir, Wnhliv.tn rnlnnlslR nt thp heniu
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waters of the Kaukuoiuhua stream In
the Koolau mountains, muuka of the
Wuhlawa settlement. The opening of
the head gate allowed the water to turn
(rem Its natural course down the canou
into the artificial one leading tlnough
a scries of tunnels on the lands of tho
Just previous to the lifting of tint
levers that opened the gate L. Q. Kel
logg, manager of the Wahlawn 'Water
Co., spoke In part, as follows:
'In the development of this water
;. foml in- oliinlnlnir n license fioni
Ihn .n.nm.i.l (n ,-r, linn., (lio ir.iv. ,
.Mi' .," . v. .......v w c ...-.. ... o-- I
einmcut lands mauka of Wahlawa and
bring out tho wuteis upon the laud of
the colony. The last Important point i
was ascertaining by suney whether 01
uol tho said water could be bi ought by
giavlty to the lilghei kinds of tho col
ony, "Tho preliminary stirUy and levels
wcto commenced June 1, 1900, nnd
trails eoiiMiucted In order to be en
abled to make the sune-ys accuiately
it was necessary to constiuct two
trulls, .one upon the top of the back
bono or ildgc of the mountain In older
to get In to tho headwaters, of the
nticum. This waB completed lu July,
l'.iuo. The contour trail was then be
gun b nsceitalnliig the point nt whleli
it was defiled to dlsehargo the water
upon the loIoii lauds to tho point at
wll. ill the . liter eould be taken fiom
the sticain. '1 he contour sunes nnd
chei k leel3 were then run over this
vi .ill, by which the com so nnd extent
of tho pioposed ditch were asceitalued
nml platted, showing the number nnd
length of the tunnels. The tunnels nic
th!ity-sooa In number. The longcit
one Is 1S3S feet In length, live otheis
aie oer 1000 feet In length. The dltib
fiom the headgntc to tlie mouth of the
last tunnel la time and three-quartet
miles In length. In this whole distance
there Is only 1300 feet of open ditch."
Tho cost of the constitution of tho
ditch was about $S0,000. Tho earth en
countered in the excavations of the
ditch and tunnels was of three classes,
eat th, soft rock or tluile. and hard
blue lava rock. The amount of ma
terial removed was 7000 cubic aids of
earth, 4000 cubic yatds of hard rock,
35,000 cubic yards of soft lock or shalo.
The excavation of nil the tunnels was
done by contract by A. A. Wilson, of
Walalua. Tho work was commenced
In September, 1900, and completed In
December, 1901. II. Clay Kellogg, of
Snutu Ana, Cal Was the chief en
gineer. He was nsslsted by Hugeue
Vnljeau of Anaheim, Cal , who, towaids
the past, had the entire supervision ot
e allying out the plttus. The cuutoui
trail is twche and ouo-half miles In
length and a great portion Is on the
face of almost perpendicular blults.
Tho ever popular Italner Beer Is Just
aa much a favorite as ever. It Is on
draught at the New Criterion Saloon
as it was at tho old. The longer it is
used the better It Is liked.
supply the first nnd vital point was lh, ami husband on piece land PunahonJ ,,, , . .V, ,, '",c"i
settlement of nil coi.t.ove.sles In re- mio, Hawaii, nook 139. page 237. ! H WunlSSL n" l , u' T "'"I
gai.ltotlieowenrshlpofthewaterand r-ated rebruniv '3 isis -"' h e n Ingcrli g for the rldlto In good
water rights by nn agreement with the i'"., I.' "i J J ff, , . ,, , ' ? '' rlsi;0' ,I,lclJ " "" 1'i-nk
A ninlua Agricultural Company, Ltd., , l' W" f0151'" 'Wft L. l.ultc.1; limning paralyzed the name, with
Recorded May 3, 1f02.
Charles S. Dcsky and wlfo ct al. to
E. IJ. Haldwin. deed; ptfee land, Wal-,
til.ia road, two leasehold", Pioplo nnd
Wiilakcn. Hllo, Hawaii. JfiOOO. Hook
231. page 310. Dated April 21, 1602.
Recorded May 5, 1902,
V. Mlschenl-o and wife to C. Slnvln;
moitgnge; piece land, Olna Puna, Ha
nail; $lSmi. nook 232, iage 402. Dat
ed April 21. 1902.
Knplolanl Estate, LlmlUd to W". C.
Arlil: paitlal lelease; lot 5. block 3,
L.iplolanl tract. Honolulu. Oaliu; $325.
ISeok 232, ptiEe 407. Dated March 27,
Mrs. A. K. Pciker and husband to
W. C. Aclil: partial rlene, lot 3,
block 3, Knplolanl tract, Honolulu. Oa
liu; $1. flook 232, png 407. Dated
March 27, 1902.
Henry Holmes nnd wife tr Wnlohlnu
Agricultural nnd Grazing Company;
deed; two fourths Interest In U. 1.
f.?1..Kiil. 771S. HllcalM Kaj Hawaii;
Si ilnok 234. page 347. Pated April
Z. I. S. Paaluhl to llaknlnu I'hnta
llor Company; lease; Intrust In It. I'.
Mil. Wallr-a. Hllo, Hawaii; tn jrnis
nt $110. Hook 233. page V
Al 111 29. 1902.
Shlrotnnl Kntmjlro to Hlrrlgl Ocn
plio; power of attorney; relal pow
nr nook 235, page 153. Dntid April
Lucas l.tilnn to HaKalnu Flantnllon
CompaiiM agreemnt; to karc thirty
three acres of Grant 2711. Peleau. N.
HUo. Hawaii: J330. Rook 235, page
:5fi. Dated April 20. 1502
i W K Tn1ltUI nnrl . if. In llnln
. .,,, ,. ,
Ir.u Plantntlon Companv; )
niies of n. P. V37, Ksni ,u North
Hilo. Hawaii; ten years a J 17 J3. Ilool;
213 page 310. Dated Apn 1902.
Itlfhop and Company to V. C.
Achl. trustee; assignment (it mort
CJi'o. mortgnge J. M. Mouaiiat on
(l.-.mt 3!01. Olelomoana Si nth Knnn
,,. ,, nn)( ? 4(), Uat
id Noomber 12, 191.
Lee Lau to F. I. Arch
ment of lease; p'ece li ;n1.
Kwa. Onliu; $M0i). Hetli
:r Dated Ma 3. 1902.
Ji.hn Norton to Kka et ,il pnitlal
I'ce'd; 10 1-2 nores of It P. 1170. Ko-I
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nn. Hawaii; 52. Book .'14. l-aco 31S. i
1 nted Maieli 24. 1902.
A C. de Soma and wll. to n. D.
Doml; deed: I.nnd Pafnt 47Tfl. Awlnl.
ICohala, Hawaii; J373. Ilnok J3 1, page
:,;. Dated April 13. 19C2. I
(Uorgi- L. Woolsev to Lyilln K. Aca". !
ilase; portion Grant t.1, Manoa,
imlulu, Oahu; $112. Hook iJO,
i2r. Dated May 3, 1902.
Itnlllltl M.lhll till n,.n'j . A .n.
u,, Cm.i.i. ..... .. ., ,
.t,,,. 111,.,,. llllRl.t'. It. lllllll lI.
. ,, . .. .. ,. V. . i
leil.au; release; It. P. 719J TT..I. 38C2.I
kninee, .Maui, jjiu. noon 171. page
40. Dated May 3, 1902. I
Recorded May 6, 1902. I
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' ' " """-" '-" "i i I
. S. Canarlo; deed; nieces land. Kl
lala. Puna, Hawaii; $70(1. Book 234,
I age 331. Dated March 31, 1902.
Estate E. Hutton, by administrator.
to Mrs. Emmn Harnard; assignment of I
mortgage A. N. Holoknhlki I
' ' r,l;i"- "nnoiuiu. unuu; twenty-Ilvu ,
7 CHI S rtt SjlHI. Dated Alirll 21. 1902. !
- - -- -' -'
J-j din K. A"a to Sun Hop Sing Co,
li.ihp; three Io!h Mnuon. Honolulu. On
,1M; ,.B,t y(crK at $7,,. ii0Oc .,33
1 age 310. Dated .May 3. 1902.
Ivnn.lllll r.ml lmslmml Ir, r-ntl n,.lnl.
deed; Inteiest In II. P. 2390, Kill
4:-,'4H. Manon, Honolulu, Oaliu; J230.
Hook 231, page 351. "Dated Feliruary
x Bo ta E4 ".a ! na ra fn P-o M tj r-a
i1''"! i'u'w ji- i. ihi. ii'uu, ui'.nvw buiih mi iiiuh, 4i. win son naa n
; :l -a A
i - - 5ET "'TMwIlwW
X" ! TllPIH(i'f ji Vji-'Ujiik3JW.iS,'AjijfK; 'l3M'm
SILVER CASKET RECENTLY GIVEN -TO ANDREW CARNEGIE.
This unlcilio gift wns leeeutly piei,enti(l to Mr. Amlrew Carnegie by the
Alumni UHMielntlon of Kteens lnitltnti of Teeliuulogy In eoiiiineiiioratloii or
Mr. Carnegie's gift to the Institute of n building fur u Inhorntoo of engineer
Ing, The nisl.et is of solid silver, weighs 132 ounce's, Is twche Inches In
length nnd was Hindu by Tiffany. It shows on Its fuev n iile-tuie of the first
train which run between t'nmdcn. N. .L, mid Amboy, N. .1. The tinlu Is pre
ceded lv a rider who slgniili-d Its iippionch. On the icmtm- hide of the i-nsket
Is n picture of tho uuw Cnrneglo Lilioiiitory Jit euiiiiileted nt I he Stevens
Institute, Ilobokeii. At the ends nre buxt porttnitx of Unbelt I.. Steve lis nml
Andrew t'nrni'gle, all In liolil relief. At the e-nrneis nie foiu iiKulelnl Hguun
representing n man of the Iron age, with iulmltle Imp'e incuts, uiuei.il woil.ei
of thu inlddlu nges, a modern Iron winker nnd a designer iepiicnli il bnlillu
n model.' Above till, upon thu cover, nie seen two uiiiili'leil llguns nf wiuLmt
putting n steel mil through it tolling mill. The luxcilptlou. which Is i'iigiiiec'
on il pinto upon tho lnsldo of the chut, tends' "'llils cisket Ik piei-eiiiiil in
Andiew Cniuegle, Vm by the Aliiiunl iihsiicliitloii nf the Sti'vcns Institute nf
Technology In e-iiimiieinoi'iillon of his gift to Hie Institute of the building lm
the Cmiieglo LiiliointiPiy of llii'liii'e'iliig and cuntiilus u pnrtlou nf the (list 'I
mil ever iniililifneluusl, the hiiiih' linvlug been lulled In ls.il nt the mills of
Sir Joint lluest In Wales under the peitoiml supervision of Mi. tn'it I..
Stevens, who ilevlsul the rail nnd euutnieteil for Its mnnuriu'tiiiv lu iiiuutlty
tor the Camden uild Aiulioy mill oud, of which be was pieslileut "
Recorded May 7, 1902.
D p- Waahlla to T. Shlbaynmn;
1'-ap' nH" arrc lan1 antl hnlldlng. Ho
lut,loa ' Bni1 2- N""'l' 0"a. Tlawall;
twenty-five years at $i(5. Hook 233
page 317 Dated November 13. 1897,
New York, April 29. Abraham Con
halm, a wealthy Jewish cloak met
chant, whose place of business Is at
Elccnth and Broadway, was arrested
today, with Lee Ashcr, a iltummer In
his employ, and accused of being ac
cessory to the death of Hattlc Ualley
The girl was Identified today by her
mother and brother, nnd her real nama
Is Hattlc I .a Itoque. She was striking
ly beautiful, and when she enmc to lull
city a few months ago found no dllll
culty In (.ccurlng oinplomtnt al Con
halm's as clerk nnd model. She died
two days ago nt the New York Hospital
ns the result of a criminal operation
In her delirium she constantly ciiid
out Conhtiltn s name, and pleaded pit
eotisly for lilm not to desert hoi in her
After her dentil Conhalm and Ashcf
dlsappwueil. ami the iwillee seemeil In-
,0'lr'' '" a ','"t to I"'',t them. Cor-
ouei ocnoifr. now ever, was so innteil
by the case that he raised n great line
and ery, exposed Conhalm and Ashel
and the in rests followed. .Miss La
Uoque's trunk wa3 seaiched todaj, and ,
many tonipiomlslng letteis signed
"Abe" were found.
FRANK WYHAN WRITES
The following Icttei published In tho
Sjii FianclSLO Dramatic KeUew tells
' us own Muiy:
i Dear Iteltw Scaled under a cocoa
nut tree dnlljlng with Hie eplcuiean
food of the Island, "pol," the thought
sti nek mo to drop you a line and let
ou know how we are piugi easing In
"the Pauullfcc of the Pacini." The day
Is beautiful, balmy and ciitlciied by
a swell Mosquito Hand Our trip down,
'taken ns a whole, was tciy nice, al
though we did oetUNlotiJlly get a (seal
ioll fur breakfast. V airltiM on l'il-
day nml opened the next night to u
house thnt was not out) crowded but
jammed, which has continue! so i.p to
llato. Hie company made good ai. 1
J"mnC(1 'n, f"or fr0, tho start The
tTlfltll liAfu 1111. I.rtlnt a.-. Hlfe.. t -..! .It.
". "-"- """ "-,il n'i.ui
Yesterday they went on a tally ho rlda
ntlil Wnvl Untiintit. ..tnt.lnt, ..111 1.. .1...
,,. f the 1902 Club at a I. trip
,Unce. The barges tne nnehoicd out
In the stream, and steam launches
carry 1011 to and fro. N'mtinmm In.
I'llrles arc made for Miss Jessie Not-
ilo-'ton w" ma,le 81lcl1 a nlt llcre la 8t"a
-A., u nri n,n( n. .I.n !... I... .
",v ...v. u. uiu num. uy ii
large crowd, and ns the dlffcient mem-
I bers who were with us last jear step.
"" " lnc Aiamcua, tncy were grceteii
uh a hearty aloha. Some one tent
, . .L ..
Tom Hates n wireless telegrsi.ij that
wo were not on board, so he engaged u
s,cam launch at the .cxpenso of the
transfer man. and enme out to quaran-
tlno to see for himself. Since our last
visit, thero havo Imcn many larg"
buildings erected which ni.ts ono in
mind of Market street. Joe Cohen, v ho
Is geniality Itself, Is tho only Mieitri-
raI na"igcr on an Island In th Pa-
V "n- ,,c ,a B"B lO'inu snoul-
ui'it-u Hum Lurrying iiie coin fcjeru
""" "" "J"i ucir. ttim oese w lines
lu '" '""
i:ileford's Iilg Company,
Honolulu, II. I.. April H
TO CURE A COLO IN ONE DAY
Take TNjatlvo llromo Qulnlno Tablets,
AH droggXts refund tho money If il
rails to cure. K. W. Grove's signature
Is on each box. 26 centa.
p-a n p-a pji P-a pb P-a pa r-a Pa Pa j Pa
iH - KK - - SHH" - - H -
Oceanic Steamship Company
Tho stcamors of this line will arrive and leave this port as he.otinder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
SIEUHA . .
SONOMA . .
la connection with thu sailing or tne above steamers, mo agents aro pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
oud from San Francisco to nil points in the United States, anu from New
fork by any steamship lino to all European ports.
FOIl FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLT TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC 8. 0. CO.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
S. S. HAWAIIAN, to sail May 20th.
S."S. OREQONIAN, to sail about July 15th.
Freight received at Company's wharf. 43d St., South Drooklyn, at all times.
From Sun PranclHCO
8. S. HYADES, to sail
Freight received nt Company's
Prom Senttlo unci Tncomo
S. S. CALIFORNIAN, to sail April 20.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Aflent H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Accidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kiscn Kaislia
Stesmers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
NIPPON MAIIU MAY 10
COPTIC JtTNE 3
AMERICA MARU JUNE 11
PEKINO JUNE 13
GAELIC JUNE 2S
HONGKONG MARU JULY 6
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION
. H. HfVCKFBLD ft
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Utcnmurs of tho above lino, running in counectlon wltu tho CANA3I
N PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between ancouvw. U. C, and Syilnty, N.S..V
and lalllns at Victoria, II. C, Honolulu. Su.i, Till and Ilrlsbane, are DUC
AT HONOLULU on or about tho dates below stated, viz..
rom Vancouver anu Victoria, 0. C. i t-rom Sydney and Drlibane.
(Ft Urlsbano nnd Sydney.) (For Victoria und Vaucouvor, D. C.)
MIOWERA JUNE 7'aoH.NV,I JUNE 4
MOANA JULY 5 MOANA JULY 2
Through Tickets issued trom Honolulu to Canada, United States and
"urope. For Freight and I'nssage in1 nil general information, apply to
Theo. II. Duvle& Co., Ltd., Gen'l Amenta.
GLOBE NAVIGATION COMPANY, LTD.
PUGET SOUND-HONOLULU ROUTE.
Connecting Direct without transfer with 0. N. Ry., N. P. R., and C. P.
R. Lowest rates of freight from all eastern points; shortest possible time.
S. S, EUREKA, from Seattle, on or about APRIL 10
S. 8. TAMPICO, from Seattle, on or about MAY 10
For (urthor information address
L. E. BEEBE,
2 Brewer Building, Honolulu. AQENT HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Globe Nov. Co., Ltd., Seattle, Wash.; P. W. Rochester, 308 Market St.,
S. F.; Anents of above roads, will
Pearl City Hotel
A place for town noonlo to lay off
for n fow days.
Furnished looms, first-class meals,
dancing ralllun, nice nluilc grounds,
alpts stnbllti; for horses.
Convcnlvnt for a country outing.
J. W. CHAPMAN,
:H - 4H - HW'W'4HKWHH"W
Washington Star, j-
SIEUHA . . .
i SONOMA . .
I VENTURA .
wharf, Stewart Street Pier 20.
FOR 8AN FRANCISCO.
AMERICA MARU MAY SO
PEKING MAY 2S
GAELIC JUNE 7
HONGKONG MARU JUNE 13
CHINA JUNE 21
DORIC JUNE 28
NIPPON MARU JULY 8
APPLY TO P. M. S. 3. CO.
CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Everything New, Good Table, Nice
Bedrooms, Sample Room for Commcr
clnl Travelers. Opposlto Landing, flue
lew, cool and comfortable. Terms
Lines of Travel.
iCROSS THE CONTINENT TROM
San Francisco Portland
THE TRAINS DAILY
FnOM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
rxly THREE DAY3 to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
nllma Palace Sleepers. Buffet. Brook.
Ini end Library Care, with B&rbet
ITsop nd Pleasant Reading Room.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-csrt).
Jreo Reclining Cbr-lrc.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers,
f . LOTHROP, General Aeent.
HI Third street, Port'and, Oregon.
1. W. HITCHCOCK, Oencral Agent
Wo. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco,
i. U. LOUAX, 0. P. & T. A..
113 Orer.hn, Nebraska,
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KINO STREET LINE.
Ctrl Itivt W!kllcl (or town at .j, 6 if. 6 .) .
B4 tvery is oilnulcttrifrtattcr ttil 10 4S. Itlis nl
IIJJK.M liom Walklkl j lo th Puni-ioci St.tl.i.
Can leave R Pance or Paaa iwllch lot town al
, ,) m. andevtry , nlnutaithtraalimlll ,iof.m
Can laavt Frit ani Klnr street! corner for Palama
at 6 to a.m. ani every i mlnutel after till it at
Lara leave for Palama only at e n4 j r A M
Cera leave Palama for Walklkl 5 dam and every
n mlnUMIlll g j p , then at 10 ,anl lo.jr.M
rbetl te A trom Palama for Pun. hnu mlv ..
to WalMsl on Saturdays
ars leave rori ana lung etreeil corner lot Kllle
Range at 3 ej and a v a.m
Cart leave Tort and KlnE etretn corner for Walk'k
at 6 al A m. anjev.,v la mini,.. Ill, fntn M iIim .,
to and 11 05 f m foe 11 1$ p.m. goes to Walklkl
01 Saturdays only.
BERETANIA STREET AND t'VlMNU VAUEY
Care leave Punahou Stable for Town at i ani
for Town and Valley ati 40 s S 6 a ae t and
t to a M.
Cera leave Oahu College for town ani Viltev al
6 jo 6 so and e to A M and ever) to minutes till lu to
p.M eacepi tne even hour and nail, notr cars wr.lvO
run from the StatTe
Cara leave Nuuanu Valley at 6 10 6 )o ( s A,M and
every to minutes thereafter tilt i so P.M
Cara leave Fort and Oueen .treed for Punahao
Colleeo at 6 05 6 a 6 as A M and every is ralnutci
anar tin 'i as p-n Alter mat tne cars run 10 ttte
Stable up ton 50P M. which Is the last car from Towo
reacbloc the Stabie at tt 10 p M
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
C.EALAKEKUA. - HAWAII
J. Q. HENR1QPES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To tne Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance Is ofred tor
8EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Mauna lats
it Kallua and take passengers overland
to Hookens, whore tho steamer Is met
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 1811,
STATIONS, oaiiv OAiir
(Outwarj; ai. Sun. daily n bun DAILY DAILY
A.M. AM. AM. P.M PM
Honolulu .... r 10 o. t no) is 51
Paarl City.... 8oj q aB it a. ) it :fa
hwa Mill S )) to 08 laoo a J its
VValanaa 1030 a as
Walalua at ss tta .,,,
'Kahuku ta 31 6 is
(Inward) a. bun. daily daily daily
A M. AM CM P.M.
Kahuku a js .... a1
Walalua , I to ,,.. a jo
Walanaa v to ... ) ss
Ewa Mill s.so T as os all
Paarl City . 6.ts So) i.so as'
Honolulu.. o.so 8.1s )os s "
1' C. SMITH. Oen'l Pass. & Ticket Ait
(i. P. DBNIHON. Superintendent
Oraye for Freljiht
Our representative utts all Incom
ing steamers from the Cctat, and
check baggage on all outgoing steim
rs. White and E!ack Sanct Fcr Stir
Offlce with Eronlng Rullotlu, Jll
Kim; street. Tel 30.
Y,. LARSEH, HTr.
When You Want a Rig
lllNU UP TUB
LIVERY BOARDING and
1 : : : : cis fort streetj
flttble Thouo, 109 Main.
Hack Stand, 'Phones 319 and 32.
C. H. BELLINA.
lionolnla Iron Works.
Improved nnd modern SUOAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Roller work
iml RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOR WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice
COTTON BROS. & CO
PNGINfchRS AND : : t
GLNERAL CONTIt ACTORS
P.ana aoiaatlirata. furntahaJ tor all clataas
C wlractlnff vork,
Tel. Main 245.
ROOM 30f BOSTON BLK. Honolulu.
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