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NEVER SOLD BY DRUG STORES OR AGENTS,
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE TO IN
The undersigned, Administrator of
theEstate of A. II. Hcrlmgcour, de-
ceased, hereby notifies tho public in
genersl that no Is ready to receive bids
for the purchase of tho Block In trade,
good will, fixtures, tools, and utensils
of the Manufacturing Harness Co,
sltuato on the corner of Fort and King
streets, Honolulu, Oahu. All bids to
be submitted In writing on or before
the 3tst day of Mny, 1902. Terms
Tho bid accepted will bo submitted
to the Circuit Court of tho Klrst Cir
cuit for approvnl and conllrmatlon.
The "money to bo paid when confirma
tion or approval by tho Court is ob-
Dated. Honolulu, Mny 14th. 1902
Administrator of tho Estato of A. D.
i. run uikuuu uuuut ur ihk
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers. In Probate. In the Matter!
of tho Estate of D. H. Smith, late of
Honolulu. Oahu. Deceased. Tho Pc-
tltlon and Accounts of Cecil Drown,
Administrator of tho Estate of tho
Laid D. I). Smith, wherein ho asks
that his accounts bo examined nnd
nrproved, and that a final order be
ruudo of distribution of tho property
remaining In his hands to the per
sons thereto entitled, and discharging
him from all further responsibility as
such Administrator having this day
been filed. It Is Ordered that Monday,
the 2d day of Juno, A. D. 1902, at 10
o'clock a. m at tho Court Room of
tho said Court In tho Judiciary build
ing, at Honolulu, Oahu, bo and tho
same hereby Is appointed ns tho tlmo
and place for hearing said Petition
nnd Accounts, and that nil persons In
terested may then nnd thero appear
and show cause, If any they hnve, wny
tho same should not bo granted.
Honolulu. April 24, 1902.
Iiy tho Court:
A. G. KAULXJKOU,
Administrator In Person.
2131 April 25; Mny 2, 9, 10.
Will soon bo observed. See to It that
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r'Udo clean or now ones nro erected.
J C. Axtell. No. 393 ricrotanln Ave.
cor. Miller, is prepared to do such
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6)2; 'Phono Wuo 671. 2144 2w
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Instruments Filed for Record May 15.
J. I' Medelros P H. Durnette. P.A.
V C Acbl W R. Campbell . D. i
M. I). Coombs J. ... Dow sett.. A.M.
Am. Saving t Trust Co Tr. '
. Ull"r- '"""" " ;, ''"' per, mortgage- R. p 14fi, Kanaucue,
i behlemmer nnd hsb Allen a xorti, Konn. Hawaii. $300 llook 2.10,
Robinson "-'page H2. Dated February 24. 1900.
Knudsen Ilros. T. Ilrandt it al ,l.i ai i, iinnklnM t Amir- ,i km
K. C. Parker J. O. Cartel. PA.
V. C. Achl-K. J. Cambrn I.eme.D.
J. J. Dulntjer-P .Mcllae CM.
i.. vv anuvvm ivamau inina hugar
C. P. Inukca Halelwa Hotel
M. o. nnd N J. Luis J. T.
N. J. Luis J. H. Mackenzie
ccrman Benevolent Socy. R.
Instruments Filed for Record May 16,
Sec Suing Wnl Co. Makee Sugar
C. M. Cooke, Ltd., et al. Territory
of Hawaii Agrt.
C. M. Cooke, Ltd., et al. Territory
of Hawaii D.
II. Holt Territory of Hawaii..!).
H. Srhnnrk nnil ulfeTprrltnrv
0f Hawaii D,
L. L. McCandlcss Territory of
J. F. Howler nnd wife Territory
I nt Ifnunll II
hung -Kwong Wo-Territo'ry 'of Ha- '
Chlng rat et al. Territory of Ha
I wall AsBgmnt,
Sung Hop Sing Territory of Hawaii
FonP K..,. S.mt. Pnhlln Wnrk. . . A.I I
V.i.... Sin,, r-o Torllrv t W.
wail .:"...... .:" :"7..A..Bmnth- ' WctU to,
Territory of Hawall-Mrs. L. Naahu
KaUiana et al. M. Davlda
Recorded May 7, 1902.
F. Wllburton nnd wife to M. W.
Tschtull; mortgage; pieces land. Ho
nokue, South Kona, Hawaii; $400. Hook
237, page 47. Dated May 5. 1902.
Recorded May 8, 1902.
M G Silvn to C. Maclmdo, chattel
mortgage, leasehold, Auvvalollmu. Ho
nolulu, Oahu, J00. Dook 237. pagu
48. Dated May 7, 1902.
1 11 Kahlllna to Jno S Azevedo;
mortgage. Grant i&s, i.epeull, Koolau
poitlon It P 3DSG. Kill (1730, Wulpa
kc, Helela, share In hut laud of Walnl-
ha, Knunl, $j,...i. llook 237,
M. Dated May 7. 1902.
A. T. ..lies to Wlliiclmlne Dowsett;
died, elght-nlliths Interest in pleco I
laud, Ktilaokahun plains, Honolulu. I
Oanu; $1. llook 234, page 303. Dated
Mny 7. 1902.
i.ilen L. Lambert and husband to
b. Wilcox, mortgage; portion K. 1
I 7213, Kill 44D2. Punchbowl street,
Honolulu, Oahtit ?1D00, Hook 237, rug"
D2 Dated April 10. 1902.
W C Achl nnd wife to Allen &
Itoblnson, Limited, mortgage, Patent
4588, Honomnlino, South Konn, Hawaii,
500 shares stock, Union Land Company i For Independent Refiners.
Limited, Jo595 83. Hook 232, page Washington Mny 7 Manuel Illon
4i Dated May C, 1902. ' da. a sugar broker, testified befoia
Isaac- Harbottlc and wife to Lowers the Senate Committee on Relatione
& Cooke, Limited, mortgage, lots 1C, with Cuba today Ho snid he bought
17 and 18, f'alania tract, Honolulu, On. more diigar for thb Independent ic
tin, $137.88 Hook 232, pago 419. D.lt 'tillers than for the trust. He snld Gel
ed Maj 8. 190J man) fii d the prlco of sugar. In Feb
Akahl to Wliiiam Ahln. deed. Inter- ruary nnd March thero was a leductlon
esi in It P Ci4, Kill. 1720, Walkalm- on Cuban sugars below the Huinbuig
linn, Honolulu, Oahu, interest in 'price because the supply Is giuuter
sbnre hul land or Mallcpal ami Kaha-lthan the dmand. The Cuban seller
uu, Knnnnpull, Maul, $25. Hook 231, would ie.v all tho benefit of a re
pago 301. Dateil .viay 8, 1902 iduetlon of .uty by the United ntntus
Pookapu et al to Lizzie K. Gllll- ho said If no r due lion was made,
Innd; deed; one-half Inteiest In It P
C8v , Kill. 7713, Ap. 9. Honokua, two
apnnns It. P 0107. Kul 9155, M.iuuu -
onl and Pahoehoe 2. South Konn, Ha
wnll; $15. nook 234, page 3G5. Dat
ed March 24, 1902.
Btella K. Cockctt and husband tn
Stella K. Cockett, by trustee deed,
portion Kill. 7J0O, Pauoa, H. P. 7429,
Kill (.. Ilnnuakahn, Honolulu, Oahu,
$1 Hook 231, pago 300.
Stella K Cockett. by trustee, to I)
Kawannnakoa et al.; deed, portion It.
r 4371, Kul. 7200, iCiiuanu avenue,
Honolulu. Oahu; $11,832. Hook
pago 3G8 Dated Mav 8. 1951'.
D Knwananakoa and wife et nl to
Sienn K Cockett, by trustee; mort
gage; portion II. P. 4371, Kul. 7JC0,
Kniilauliinu, Honolulu, Oahu; $8000.
llook 232, pago 422 Dated May 8, 9012
Recorded May 9, 1902.
deorgo Sehelblo to A. J. Campbell,
deed, ('.rant 4557, Niiimwale Piinn, Ha
wall. $5uo. Hook 234, page 370. Dat-uhargis agnlni-t tho sugar trust He
ed I'ebruaiv 24, 1902. Isald thai he had had nmn of thero
Lee Chit ri Cnnng Hoon, assignment nrtlilts n-prlntcil In "patent linlde"
of lease, pleco land, Iwllel road. Ho-1 paper p.iliiK tor their Insertion, but
nolulu, Oahu, $U5u llook 233, pngHtbat he hud never had them printed In
121 Dated April 1. 1902. otlu-i papers.
James 1" Morgan, by attorney, to
V A Wilder- nsslgument of lease.
porllon Ap 10, Kul 10800, i:minii
stre-et Honolulu, Oahu; $1 llool, .33,
luge 322. Dated Mn S, 1902
A A Wilder to Maigniet T Mnr -
gaii, nsslgument oi lease portion
p UP Kul lOSuli, KuiP a street, Ho -
nolulu Oahu, $1 Hook 233, page 3.'3
Dated Mny 9 1902.
Kugtnu II Leo to Joseph A Me Kay,
EXTRA SESSION POSSIBLE
TO SETTLE CUBAN TARIFF
Washington. .May t President
Roosevelt, In conversation with a lead
ing Senator today, made several state
ments on the Cuban situation that
aroused great Interest He said he ex
pected Congress at this session to do
something for the rilUf of Cuba, but
that If It did nothing It was his Inten
tion to call an extra eoHstcn early In
the fall for the purpose of ser'trlng
legislation The Presld-nt Intlm.ited
that If forced to call an i-rtra sesiion
he would send a messaco 'o Congren
that would render It Impossible for
Congress to adjourn without taking
While not ellrectlv diwisslnsc the
matter, the Impression was gathered
by the President's visitor that the Ex
ecutive regarded the Inaction of Con
gress as almost disgraceful, In view
of the Implied promise of the United
States to assist Cuba. ThU matte- r,f
a promise to Cuba contlnuall crops
up In the discussion of this subject In
certaln circles. Who gave such a
V " i ..... .,
ileed. lot 10 of Grant 3G25. Knllhl. Ho
nolulu, Oahu, $C5U. Hook 234, pagu
Jil Dated Mny C. 1902
Yee Ke-e Wong Chen to Wong Tuck;
bill of salo; stock, merchandise, fix
tures. etc . Paalnn uKa, Wnlalua, Oa
liu, $1111.80. llook 235. page 162. Dat
ed May e, 1902.
Estate II P Illshop to Knwclo;
deed tiortlon (Irnnt 3533 (lot 33) Kn
kokal, Moloknl. Hook 234, page
Dated August SriflOl
J Corn per and wife to Harry Arml-
tag chattel mortgage-, leasehold
buildings etc Kahulul, North Kona,
Hawaii, two mortgage notes and two
policies life Insurance, $7000, Hook
23(i page 178 Dated August 9. 1901.
W rVlum nml ullo tn Tnf.nl, lrtnr.
in , lmll.,1 .,,rl.n ... tinii.nhnl,! fur-.
lture corner Knllhl 'road and King
street Honolulu. Oahu $145. Hook
232. iuico 424 Dated Slav 8. 180"
Recorded Mav 10. 1002.
I.. Haluaianl et nl to Wooillnwn
Fruit Company Limited, lease, Ap
1, R P 45ft Kill 20ir, Ilnlawn Ewa,
Oahu $lo ixr annum Hook 233, pago
323. Dated Mny 9, 1902
HAVEMEYER TELLS THE STORY
OF HOW SUGAR TRUST OPERATES
(Continued from Page 6.)
pose." he said. "1 wilt go as far as my
directors will allow nt as long as
there Is any money In our treasury.
Further explaining his position, ho
said that the beet sugar producers had
entered Into a contract with dcilera
giving mem ino exclusive marnei. aim
to this he had objected because after
the beet sugar men liad sold their en
tire crop the brands of the trust wuuld
be comparatively unknown and would
bo at a disadvantage.
"Tney took my customers," he said,
" "u'B,r '""' W " oeui any
ITICr 111UI I WUU1U IUUKV, UUU UIUI
Control of Rcw Sugar.
I), ' Asxeu ns to tne control tne sugai
U.itrutt cxercUes over tho prlco of raw
sugars, wjiness sam: u goes wiwiom
saving that a company which pro
duces 05 per cent of llio refined sugar
renders It lmosslblc for any competl
tor to secure a higher prlco for tti
product than It gets."
The examination drifting to th as
sertion of Haveraeyer that Cuban su
gar could find n market in England,
"If England Is a good market for Cu
ban sugar why has not the Cuban
prodii't Kought that market In the
"Ilccause, was the reply, "tho beet
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f.k.n, n ... n , ... ...1, I... I. !,.!. .,,..
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uii.inM. R. iuii. i, ivdo itvihUL luirn
"Is it not a fact that the United
Stntes uftoids the only maiket thai
Culm has cvr r had?"
"No. the I'nited States is not thn
onl) mnrki t for Cuban sugar, but, ow
Ing to Its geographical position tills
country Is the paitlcular market lot
It. but jcars ago Cuba made large ex
portntlons to England, Now tho
freght i ate Is In favor of tho United
States and against Englund."
At this point Havemevcr was excus
ed until Monday.
there might be n panic In Culm, as
those who might huve mada advances
on sugar would call in their loans
0 orge 12 Hrvson, Commissioner of
I Deeds of Havann, testified that many
large and small plantations tn Cuba
arc- owned by Amerjcans. As a rul
the Spaniards control tho sugar pro
Iduetlon by holding inortguges on plan
.tntluns Ohear W Donner, advertising agent
for the American Coffee Company
I was questional by Senator Teller con
icerning a pamphlet entitled "Facts
. About I'ubn," which the witness said
i he had complied The rending matter
waB cotnpot-ed of extractB from a
innmbei of nivvspnpers advocating n
reduction of the duty on sugar There
had bein he i-ald, about 350,000 oi
thcte pamphlets printed, at n coat of
juotp lie nan coitsuuea .vir. nave-
unejer about getting It up, flic object
being to 'ounternct tho effect of
Havemeyer's View on Sugar Tarlt'.
Washlimton M'iv 5 Piesldent llav
'emejer nl the sugar lefinlug company
itudnv luiitinuid Ills testimon befurii
rho Commltti n on Ilelallons with
lfuba 11" wns qui stloiieil b Senator
'filler UMirding toe leiluetlon In tliu
'pilie of miear nt M'ssourl llvi r points
He snld that beet sugar gcuerallv sold
tun points below rniio sugar nt thei
points ..ffee ted Ho did not object tu
promise' No one has yet come out
and stated posltlvcl) that any such
promise was made, but It Is continually
hinted that President McKlnley pledged
tariff favors In return for a speedy ac
ceptance of the Piatt amendment This
aguc story Is used to the fullest ex
tent b) the sugar trust and Its friends,
it Is reported tonight that President
Roosevelt will employ his Influence to
secure the recognition of Cuban rights
by various state conventions with a
view to Influencing Congress and bring-
lng the beet sugar Insurgents Into line,
The Indiana Republicans have adopted
a strong plank favoring tariff reduc
tion for Cuba, and Ohio Is to follow suit
through nn understanding with Sena
tors Hanna and Eoraker. Other States
aro getting Into line on account of the
pressure from Washington. Senator
Hanna and Representative Pavne spent
the evening at the White House to
night, and are said to have discussed
the political aspects of the Cuban sltua-
I . .
the difference In price but to the ex
clusive features of the contracts.
Havemcvur said attacks were luado
on the trust foi the purpose of get
ting In foreign sugars at a lower duty.
Cuban sugar would cost the company
as much with the roncesslon ns with,
out It. If the whole duty wore taken
off the Cubans would receive the ben
cflt for ii time. He said the apprehen
sions of the beet sugar men were tul
Havemejer said Hint If the tariff on
sugar was reduced 20 per cent neither
the trust nor the consumer would get
the benefit of It because the prlco
would Immediately advance to offset
Senator Teller Insisted the trust hail
the power to say to the Cuban people.
"We won't buy our sugar unless ou
put It nt a certain flguie." but Mr
ilavcmcver contended that this was
not so He was then excused from
giving further tcstlmonv unless tho
committee should decide to summon
him ngnln The committee adjourned
A NOTABLE VICTORY
I Washington, Maj I The War De
partment today received a cablegram
from General Chaffee Indicating that
tho campaign against Sultan Dayan,
one of the principal Moro chiefs has
been completely successful. The result
was accomplished by a gallant assault
on tno principal Moro fort and Its cap
...ro .. . nilminr of thn iPaiinlr Mo-
ros had been killed. The cablegram.
which was received this afternoon, was
"Adjuatant General, Washington:
Following Is the full substance of Bri
gadier General Georgo W Davis" mes
sage from Ilajan: 'Eighty-four sur
vlvdrs Hayan surrendered uncondi
tionally this morning at 7) o'clock Sul
tan Ilajiin, Ilnja Muda Hajnn. Sultan
P.indapntan and all leading Datos dead,
lid mny of their followers. Assault on
the prlclpal fort, which bui rendered
last night, one of the most gallant per
formances of American arms Colonel
Frank D, Haldwin and li,ls regiment
deservo all praise for hand-to-hand
struggle In four lines of ditches under
walls of fort These trenches arc lined
with Moro dead from rifle lire Havo
never seen or heard of anj performance
excelling this gallant fight.
" 'It Is my painful dutv to report that
the overthrow of Mnro power was not
accomplished without severe loi,s One
olllrer and seven enlisted men killed,
four officers ami thirty enlisted men
wounded. Will ti'legraph the list later.
" 'After eighty-four survivors march
ed out this morning ns prisoners, and
tinilertilood the) were all. eight others,
who had concealed themselves In rub
bish Inside the fort made a break fur
Illicit) but the) did not suieed Sonio
Mom woundi'd tried to stab soldiers
ID Ing to kill them. It Is Impossible to
stnte number of Moms killed, many
I) Ing In tall grass.
'"The surrender saves us fiom slego
and starving out. Impossible to havo
carried works without healing ladders,
which were ready. Intend to retain
prisoners until two or ttiree small ad
jacent forts are occupied then will
leintlntie to hold n hostages eight or
ten prim Ip.ils and release the others.
"Uie force's In line of advance consisted
of foul mountain guns, I7 rifles 'llils
full) unlllcd nt Could nut have umiI
mot o men ndvantagcnusl). Had
sent strong column it would onl) havo
swelled the casualt) list
" 'One neighboring Dato has ill
icitly presented himself as friend, nml
I expu't a general coming-in shortly,
when the weight of the blow is known.
The dead sent to Malahang for bmlal
In light of present knowlcdgo could
havo besieged the principal fort and In
time forced to surrender, hut that
would probably have resulted In u sor
tie for freedom nnd escape of man) H)
attacking them they have been com
pletely crushed the only kind of les
son these wild Moros seem to be nblo
to profit by.
"'Shall Invito Sultan Tnrlac In pty
mc n friendly visit, If he docs not tell
us of his Initiative. Has fort further
east, In plain sight, nnd of same
strength as was Hasan, on beautiful
lablcland thousand ncies, fine upland
rl. ..,, .,,. I1POni i i(,iurn In
The result to
follow tills action ver Important,
namely It secures lesiieet foi 1'ulteil
States nutliorltj In tbo e enter of Meiro
l-avagerj ' CM MTIIi: "
Manila. Mav I l.lculenunt Ilovais
of the JTtli liif.inti) was Kllleil in the
incaKi'incnt ill the foit Cupl.ilii Meieiie
of tin. s.mo reBlment vwih mortiill
VMiiiiuli'il HiiiKi'm I'ortei .mil Unit
III in y S WiiKlin of the I Ith Infntitrv.'
and I.liiil. Iiissman of the 'JTlli lnf.ni
u were Bevi-rily wounded I
There Is a plueein raiiKe near I.os An
geles whli Ii ever jem- sends about 40,
ooo squabs to the market.
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J. ADADIE, Proprietor.
Telephone Blue 3552.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
ALAMEDA MAY 21
SIERRA MAY 27
ALAMEDA JUNE 11
SONOMA JUNE 17
ALAMEDA JULY 2
VENTURA JULY 8
ALAMEDA JULY 23
42d St., South Brooklyn, at all times.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
AMEItICA MAUU MAY 20
PEKING MAY 28
GAELIC JUNE 7
HONGKONO MAUU JUNE 13
CHINA JUNE 21
DOIUC JUNE 2S
NIPPON MARU JULY 8
APPLY TO P. M. S. 8. CO.
CO, LTD. AGENTS.
From 8ydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, D. O.)
AOItANOI JUNE 4
MOANA JULY 2
DO NOT DELAY
tho purchase of a house lot In the
fir est suburb of Honolulu.
Tho remaining lots In KAIMUKI
TRACT are now being sold on the In
$20 cash upon signing agreement
and $10 per month until fully paid.
lots 7j200 and KiOxloO.
Gear, Lansing & Go
MANUFACTURED FROM PURE
DISTILLED WATER. : : : :
Delivered to any part of
city by courteous drivers.
Qgjjg qq gprj pJedriC CO.
TELEPHONE DLUE 3151.
HOFFHAN & riAKKllAn.
tlSS. I. RVIOV
CIVIL AND HYDRAULIC ENGINEER
306 Judd Qulldlnn.
Telephone Main 294.
Weekly edition of the D illetln 31
Lines of Travel.
tntOSS THE CONTINENT THOU
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM BAN FRANCI8CG.
TWO TRAINS dAILY
air THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York,
'allnan Palace Sleepers. Duffet, Smok
ing and Library Cart, with Baxbsr
sop and Pleazast Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-csxts).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
K. LOTHROP, General AeeaL
1M Third street, Portland, Oregon.
. W. HITCHCOCK. Oenoral Agent.
Ho. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
. L LOUAX, O. P. A T. A..
171 Omaha, Nebraska,
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KINO STREET LINE.
Can ! Wilklkl tot town l l u. 6 i j, 6ij a a.
Bdtrtrr if BlnutM inert iftcr till iojs. itti M
ijsra Iron W.lklklcototht Punihou SuHn.
Cn Ittv. H Pane or Pi.at twitch tor town al
1 !)A a, and avtrr it mlnutti lhn alter till ol
Cart Ifavt Foit and Kins ttreelt comer for Palaaa
to to a M. and every it ralnutet allee tilt nil
Cart leave for Palama nnty at and $ ta A M,
Cart leave Palama lor Wilklkl j 4t a m and ever;
ij alnuteatlll4sl M , then at to is and loesS.H
lb ti it A from Palaaa lor Punaboti onh, a-oei
l. WalUal on Samrdays
Cart leave Fort and King atreeta corner foi Ride
-tanc ai j eo ana t y A n
Cart leav. Fort and
Kin ttrMtl comer f or Walklk
at 6 os A and every 15 mlnutee till toote.M, then al
mite nil toose-.M. men al
1 11 P M -roei to Walklkl
n ij ana 11 15 r n ine
BERETANIA STREET AND fUUANU VAtlEY.
Cart leave Punahou Stable for Town at ; and
for To-.nand Valley all 49 s S 6 10 . 40 t aod
r m a m.
Cart leave Oahu College for town and Valley at
a -a 6 $o and 10 A M and ever) 10 minute UU 10 10
P.M eicert Ihe even hour and half, hour cart whlcft
run from the Stable
Care leave Nuuanu Valley at 6 10 6 o 0 so a.m and
every 10 e-loutee thereafter till 10 so P M
Cart leave Fort and Queen ttrftt for Punahou
Collect at 6 os 6 ts 6 as A M and every 10 mlnirtet
after till Q4s P.M After that the cart run to the
Stable up to 1 1 sop.m. which It the laet car front Town
raachtnc U Stable at 11 -0 P M
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
rEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. Q. HENRIQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carrlae
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An sxcollent chance la ""red (or
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Mauna ua
tt Kallua and take passengers overland
a Hookena, where the steamer Is mei
O. R. & L. Co.
'From and after January 1, 1891.
STATIONS DAILY DAILY
(Outwtrj; ti Sun DAILY i Sun DAILY DAILY
AM AM AM P.M PM
Honolulu . . t ic o i no) j i j w
Prl City .. So o,8 ti 4 1T .54
Ewa Mill 8 to 8 11 00 40) 4 t
Wtlani 10 $ 4 l
Wtltlu u si s 40
tCtTiuku 11)1 6i ...1
Unw4Td) tx Sun. DAILY DAILY DAILY
AM A.M PM PM.
ICihuku . .... ij .... ol
WaUlu J to .... 1 o
Walana . . j 10 1 SS
Ewa .Mill 50 t 41 t os 4 )
Pcail City 6 ij 801 1 o 4 S
Honolulu 6 jo I js 1 05 5
f C. SMITH, Gcn'l Pass. A Ticket Ait.
Q P DRNISON. Superintendent
THEUNION EXPRESS CO
Sales, P. arum.
Drays for Freltjht
Our representative ecu all Incom
ing steamcrn from the Coast, and w
check bagtraKe on all niitrrolnu steam
rs. White aod BUck Sand lor bile
Ofllce with Kveulns Uiilletln, 111
King street- Tel b6
W. LrVBSEh. H'lf'r.
When You Want a Rig
lliNO IU' TUB
LIVERY BOARDING and
i j : : : 518 fort .treet
Btablo 'Phoue. 10'J Main
Hack Stand, 'Phones 319 and 32.
C. H. UELLINA.
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved and modern se
CHINKUY of every -.ipneli
scrlptlon made to order tin
nd HIVE-IK!) PI PUS f
purposes a spei laity I'an
lon paid to JCUt V(Hll
eiiiclltrd at shurlHtl "
! COTTON .PO
hNOlM 1 1 AM
I GFNtl Al tlTI
P.am an4 ekiimale Itn.i.lei
niri ll ,
Tel. Main 2tb
ROOM 30f BOSTON Dl K
The r.vrnlni; llullctln, 73 cents per