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EVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. II. T.. TUESDAY. MAY 27. 1902.
tlo stream of life Into tho weak parts
nigiu. it rcrrcslics tho nerves, expands the vital powers, cnricncs
tho circulation nnd makes you feel bright, active nnd lgorous In one
night's use. You get stronger each day, and In a few weeks you nro
a new man, stronger and younger In tho fire of youth, it Is grnnd,
this method of mine, nnd every mnn who has ever used It Is praising It.
TRY IT NOW.
Don't delay trying It. Your futuro happiness depends on your
checking this drain upon your vitality, so stop It now nnd you can bo
sure of a long and vigorous life full of the Joys of a healthy vigor.
Don't drug. Drugs can't cu -e you, ns you know If yon hao tried
them. My Helt cures because It Increases your nerve power nnd -tallty.
If you will call I will give you a free test of what I can do. If
you can't call send for my beaut fill Illustrated book, telling nbout my
method. I send It scaled free. I have 50,0OU cures. Call or write to
day. Send tills ml.
dr, m. h. Mclaughlin, mo Market st., sw FRAKCISCO
Offlco hours, 8 n. m. to S:30 p. m.: Sundays, 10 to 1.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE TO IN
The undersigned, Administrator of
thinistato of A. II. Scrlmgcom, de
ceased, hereby notifies tho public tn
general that no Is ready to receive bids
for the purclinso of tho stock In trade,
good will, fixtures, tools, nnd utensils
of tlio Manufacturing Harness Co.,
sltuato on the corner of Tort nnd King
BtrccTs, Honolulu, Onhu. All bids to
bo submitted In writing on or beforo
tho 31st day ot May, 1902. Terms
Tho bid accepted will bo submitted
to tho Circuit Court of tho First Cir
cuit for approval and confirmation.
Tho "money to bo paid when confirma
tion or approval by tho Court Is ob
tained. Dated, Honolulu, Mny 14th, 1S02.
Administrator ot the Estate of A. D.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE TO
The undersigned, having been duly
appointed Administrator of tho Estato
ol Timothy II. Murray, Into of Hono
lulu, Island ot Oahu, Territory ot Ha.
wall, deceased intestate, notlco is here
by given to nil persons having claims
against tho Bald estato to present tho
same, with proper vouchers, If any ex
ist, duly authenticated, whether secur
ed by mortgago or otherwise, to tho
undersigned, at tho offlco of Peterson
& Matthewman, Kaahumami street. In
said Honolulu, within six months from
tho dnto ot this notlco, or they will be
furovcr barred. And all persons In
ill bled to said estato nro hereby ro
quested to mnko immediate payment
thereof to tho undersigned.
CHAItLE V. MURRAY,
Administrator of tho Estato of Tim
othy D. Murray, Deceased Intes
tate. Dated Honolulu, T. II., April 29, A.
2134 April 29; Mny C. 13. 20, 27.
During my absence of about two
months. Dr. C. L. Oanln will attend
to my practice.
In all business matters, tho Hawaii
an Trust Co. will act for mo under full
power of attorney. C. 11. WOOD.
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
- SO CENTS EACH
On salt at office ot . . .
TUB . . .
n n tt n it ss :t k tin
8AN JUAN HILL, CUBA,
IfcSSk.... . A $&
lrl'S.'A . . rf.MSfi
MEN, WAKE UP !
19 YOUR BACK WEAK?
HAVE YOU DRAGGING PAINS?
ARE YOU EASILY TIRED?
HAVE YOU VARICOCELE?
HAVE YOU LOST T11H HUE
and stionRtli of outh? Have you
"conif nml bo pnlm In jour barli
nnil shoulders? Arc you growing
old too hoon?
If ..ou have these symptoms or
any other sign of IjieaMng down
of your nerves nnd vitality you will
find new life In Electricity as ap
plied while J on sleep.
ELECTRIC BELT t!
Is made for you. It Is the best way
to use Electricity. It pours a gen-
continually for hours every
THE TLLIiPIIClNE TALKS.
I Id yes,
I'm the Telephone talking.
I'm the Tel what? Hello.
Do you get it?
Don't stnnd so near;
And you needn't ell
As If you were a Comanche;
Open your enrs more.
And your mouth les
I reach to the furthest
Ends of the earth,
Tho rich man's palace.
The poor man's hearth;
To the city mart,
To the country store,
To-the mountain top,
'lo the ocean shore;
To the whirring mill.
10 the timet shades.
To nil professions.
To all the trades;
io the merchant s office.
'io the editor's den,
To the workers with hammer
And brush and pen;
To the heads of nations,
To the humblest clod,
To the haunts of sin,
To the house of God;
A., men and all things
Arc nlikc to me.
The high and the low,
me bond and the frev
No. Yes. What's that?
I whisper n lover's message
Deep under my metal breath;
I tell ot the deeds of the living,
I tell of tho doings ot death.
I cover the world
With my wires unfurled
Krom Greenland's Ice mountains
To Indln's coral strand,
And some day
Tho angels of the New Jerusalem
Will bo wearing my hello
Yes, i know where I'm at,
Anil so does everybody else;
Hut If they don't.
They go to the nenrest drug store
And find out.
Before I was.
The world waited to speak;
Rut with me
Came Instant expression.
And though I have not brought mnn
Face to face exactly.
I hae brought them
Jaw to Jaw;
And how they do Jaw sometimes.
Go thero yourself.
When It's Resurrection Morning,
And Gabriel makes It known.
He Is going to drop his trumpet
And tnko tho Telephone.
William J. Lampton.
General bookbinding, ruling, gilding
uabosslng, maps, charts and artistic
printing at the EVENING BULLETIN
n ss tt :i ss tt :i :: tt tt n tt n
A8 IT APPEARS TODAY.
Instruments Filed tor Record May 26
Jno, Helemanu ct a!. Miti'n D
Wong Sar it al Kwong Lee Yum
L. Cadlnhn Hnkal.-u I'ltn t'o .. I.
11. 1. Mary tt al. Hnlitilnii I'ltn. Co .
II. V. I'atten and wife Hakalau
II. MeCorrlston F. L. Dortch ..Hel
F. L. Dortch S. Ozaki I)
S. Ozaki A. Lldgate M.
Instruments Filed for Reeord May 27.
A. N'nukann Mrs. K. K. Aola D
M. Mlyamurn C. D. Lufkln II.S
Tom Loo FIrt National bank of
Nakamura Onlshl Jiilok CM
Onlshl Julolc First National IlanK
of Wnlliiku A.M
J. Alrred Mngoon D. L. Akwnt...!..
C. Holte, tr. J. P. K Knlaolaloa.D.
J. P. Kalnolnloa E. CJ. Frobnese. .M.
J. J. Kgan and P. F. Frcar Capi
tol Ilulldlng Co. Ltd .L.
Knplolanl Est., Ltd, et al W. C.
W. C. Achl and wlf Autonc do
Heirs of 11. A. WIdemnnn Knplo
lanl Estate, Ltd D.
Loo Wo Chun Mine U.S.
Recorded May 20, 1902.
Hlshop of I'anopolls to Territory of
Hawaii; exchange ded; jioitlons
Kuls. 575 nnd 39. Fort street, portions
Grants fcSl, llO'i and 3115. Fort street.
Honolulu. Oahu; $1. Uook 23S, pagu
10. Datid April 20. 1902.
Recorded May 21, 1902.
C. F. Merrlfleld to City Mill Com
pany, LlmiUil; morignge, portion It.
P. "233, Kill. .1, A p. 1. corner Hotel
and Kekaullliu stut-t. Honolulu. Oa
bu; $2000. Uook 232. page 475. Dated
Mny 20. 1902.
Maiy Ann Lee to Jos. K. Clark;
deed; tots 15 nnd lfi, block 5, Kapn
bulu tract. Honolulu. Oahu; $1 125.
Hook 231, page 397. Dated May 21,
Constnntln Sabin and wife to Olaa
Susar Company, Limited; deed; Grant
150". Olaa, Puna, Hawaii. Hook 23T,
page 398. Dated May 3. 1902.
S. Itoth to Kahele, release; throe
pieces land, Puunul. Honolulu, Oahu;
$700. Hook 232. page 478. Dated Au
gust 4, 1691.
Susie F. Cartwrlght. by trustee, to
Ho Pal Yet; release; portion K. P.
3614, Kapalama, Honolulu, Oahu.
Hook 147, page 405. Tjatcd November
17. 1696. ..
Recorded May 22, 1902.
Mai7 II. Eaton and husband to A.
C. Palfrey; deed: threetentliB Inter
est In Grant 1352, Puuohal, llllo. Ha
waii; $700. Rook 238, page 11. Dated
April 29, 1902.
Wong Lai to Leong Chock Pow;
bill of talc; two-sevenths Interest In
leasehold, etc.. corner Hotel and
Smith streets. Honolulu, Onhu; $300,
Book 235. page 195. Dated April 30,
Edward C. Ttowe nnd wife to Mary
II. Walty; deed; portion lota 2C7 and
292 of Grant 3342, Hcretanin and Kl
nan streets. Honolulu. Oahu; $7750.
Ilook 231, pago 400. Dated May 11,
Mary R. Walty nnd husband to II.
C. Howe; mortage, portions lots 207
and 292. of Grant 3312. Ileretniiln nnd
Klnau streets, Honolulu. Oahu: Jfi.luO
Book 230, page 224. Dated May 14,
E. C. IIowo to C.aspai Sylva; chat
tel mortgage: mortgage note; $3000,
one years at 8 per cent. Ilook 236
page 220. Dated May 14, 1902.
ROOSEVELT'S KINDLY ACT
A thought ful and kindly act of
President Ilootet-lt has won him the
heart of one small town In South Car
olina, it was not inui u to no, perhaps,
but he Is a try busy nun, and many
men not so busy would not haw
thought of doing It Moreover, when
one Mich, incident comes to light. It Is
an Indication that there are it good
many others of the came sort of which
the public does not know.
It was expected that during tho
President's recent Southern tilp he
would pats through Stallsvlllc. S. C,
and the town gut nil ready to give him
the best reception In Its power. It wnj
not much of a town, b.it nil there was
ot it was In holiday trim. The hchool
children were to king for the President,
(lowers weic gathered to strew In Ills
pathway, nnd the whole place wore n
festive air. lint the President changed
Thero wns, It Is vnld ,a bad spot in
the road near StallBVlle, which mailo It
necessary for the party to deflect its
course and leave out that hamlet. Now,
there Is nothing much more depressing
than to get all ready for n visitor and
then be disappointed, and havo to put
away one'd best clothes and eat up the
I cake Intended for tho stute tea party.
Somehow, nobody appreciates that
rake, unless It Is the ever-hungry bmall
boy of the family. The holiday IUvoi
which it was to havo had seems turned
to dust and ashes.
Perhaps Mr. Roosevelt appreciated
that fact At any rate, this is what he
did. He wrote with his own hand, ou
I nls own prlate stationery, a letter to
the trachtr of tho district school, ex
pressing his regret that ho did not
'come to Stnllsvlllu nnd he sent the
school a fine photograph of himself.
That pli Hire will bo hung on the wall
of the hchoolhouse, and the letter will
' be treasured us a precious thing II
was an act all the more gracious be
caiifcc It was not asked, for and nobody
expected It Washington Times.
The massed naUes of tho woild In
clude 'M0 battleships, 471 cruisers, 1-.1."
gunboats and 1C00 torpedo boats.
INfe STOMACH ,
Ii compounded with the greatest of
care and contains nothing Injurious.
It Is n safe nnd reliable remedy for
stomnch complaints and lias a record
of fifty years or cure to Its credit.
Many prominent physicians prescrlbo
nnd recommend It ns a cure for dys
pepsia, Indigestion, flatulency, belch
ing, nervousness and Insomnia. Try
It The genuine must have our Pri
vate Die Stamp over the neck of the
"Well I said as I sank Into a chair
and held up my muff to keep off the
heat of the fire, "what was It like?'
"Oh, very nice. You ought to have
ome," he said, standing with his back
to the fire and thoughtfully filling his
"ou know very well I couldn't." I
retorted. "Tell me about It. How did
the bride look?"
As well as Is possible In such an
What was the 'get-up like?
"Oh, white ot course." he said, pro
ceedlng to light his pipe; "and a
gient ileal of It. all folds and fluff nnd
gauzy stuff. It went out rather too
"How do you mean 'went out?'"
"Didn't go down straight enough
(puff'). It tool, up too much room.
There was too niurh of It. She was
smothered In It; you could hardly see
her fare. Hut It was the usual thing.
You've seen It out sell' scores of
Did she look nervous?"
Not a bit!" (chucking a match Into
the fire and putting his hands Into his
pockets). She looked ns If she en
joyed It. He looked n nit blue, pour
fellow: (Hopeless celibate!)
Well, what about tl.e brides
maids? How- many were there?"
About a dozen, beginning tall and
ending up small,"
"And what did they wear?
"Well, they had rather pretty
dresses, and I took a good look at
them as they were wulUlng up. What
do joii rail that stuff like a concer
tina?" he asked.
"Accordion-pleated," I suggested.
"The stuff I mean, not the way It's
"Oh, chiffon?" "No. not chiffon."
"Poult de sole?" "No." "Mousscllne
de Inlne?" He shook Ills head.
"Panne?" I suggested, with a twitch
"How much?" he asked. Idnktng at
me with a shade of suspicion, to bo
Immediately reassured by my tamo of
"Panne." I repeated, and spelled It:
"Never heard of it. No; It was none
of those. It's a stuff I know qulto
well, only I can't remember the name.
Sometimes it's black, and you hno
teagowns made of It."
"Oh. crepe le chine!"
"Yes. that's It Ciepe de chine. Well.
tbey were made ol rather pale yellow
crepe de chine, with lots of lace and
II lift all about. (He made a vague
gestuie, lnipllng that fhny were
swathed In it ) "And up at the top
there was a band of sill, or satiny stuff
about as broad as that." (He measur
ed a few Inches on his pipe ) "And
then up above that thero wns a sort
of neck only It didn't go up quite us
far as tho neck mado of lace, nt
least, not exactly lace, but that stuff
with holes In It. It didn't go up qulto
high enough, though."
"That was a pity." 1 murmured.
What was wiong with It?'
"Well. It ended off rather abruptly
Just before It got to tho neck, and
made them look luther baie. It was
n't becoming; didn't suit their com
plexions. Then they had white luits
all punched in nt the top and sides
(lie punched an Imnginury hat with
the bowl of his pipe), "with jellow
There was a pause. And then. "The
sleeves were the best." he went on.
"What weie they like?" I asked
"Well, they weie made of the lace
btuff the stuff with holes, and they
had tucks "
"Where''" I asked
"All luiind here," he said, trimming
his own coat-sleee with Imaglnaty
tucks. "They went down uh far as
this" (he Indicated Ills elbow). "And
then they went out again like n bal
loon. And then when they got down
here" (Indicating his wilst) "they
went In again, and there was chiffon
llumlng over their hands."
He looked lound suddenly "What
nre you laughing at?" he asked, sus
piciously. "I'm not laughing," I fibbed. "I am
only thinking what a pity it Is you
have missed jour vocation. ou
might havo made a fortune as a fash
ion writer for one of tho ladles' pa
Hut not another word could I get
out of him about the dresses. M. II.
11 In Philadelphia Telegraph
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative uromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If n
rullB to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
Is on each box. SB ronts
V don't all look at (iupmIhiih ol
ethics In the name way A young Ku
gllhli tiawler in Valencia hei-uine en
amored of u gt girl, lint told hi'i
mother that he was not rich enough to
marrj her. The mother laughed and
said "What! Not rich enough In the
land of guineas? Why. with so ac
complished a thief as my daughter you
will be a millionaire In n twelvemonth!"
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this lino will arrive and leave this port as he.ounder:
FROM SAN FIIA.VCISCO.
VLN 1 ' IS MAY 28 'SIERRA MAY 27
ALAMEDA JUNE 0 ALAMEDA JUNE 11
SIi:URA JUNE 18 SONOMA JUNE 17
ALAMEDA JUNE 27, ALAMEDA JULY 2
SONOMA JULY 9 VENTURA JULY 8
IALAMKDA JULY 23
In connection with tho sailing ot tne above steamers, mo agents are pre
rod tn issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
oad from San Francisco to all poiuta In the United States, and from New
'ork by any steamship lino to all European ports.
FOR FUnTHEIl PARTICULARS APPI.T TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.. Ltd.
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. OREGONIAN, to sail about July
Freight received at Company's wharf.
From Sun Francisco
S. S. HYADES, to sail May 17.
Freight received at Company's wharf, Stewart Street Pier 20.
From Scuttle unci Tncomii
S. S. AMERICAN .. . JUNE15
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSE,
Ctneral Frel9ht Agent H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. an'd Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
COPTIC JUNK 3
AMERICA MARU JUNU 11
PHKINO JUNK 19
GAELIC JUNE 28
IIONGKO.NO MAItU JULY 6
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION
H. HrCKPBLO &
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of the above line, running In connection wltu the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. B. C. and Sydney. N.S.W,
and calling at Victoria, 1). C, Honolulu, Suva, FIJI and Brisbane, are DUE
AT HONOLULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.:
'ram Vancouver ana Victoria, B. C.
(For Brisbane and Sydnoy.)
MIOWERA JUNE 7
MOANA JULY 5
Tbrougk Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
Europe. For Frotght and Passage and all general Information, apply to
Theo. H. Davlc8 & Co., Ltd., Gen'l Aftcnte.
GLOBE NAVIGATION COMPANY, LTD.
PUGET SOUND-HONOLULU ROUTE.
Connecting Direct without transfer with Q. N. Ry., N. P. It., and C. P.
R. Lowest rates of trclght from all eastern points; shortest posslblo time.
S. S. TAMPICO, from Seattle, on or about MAY 10
For further Information address
L. E. BEEBE,
2 Brewer Building, Honolulu. AGENT HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Globe Nav. Co., Ltd., Se'ittle, Wash.; P. W. Rocheiter, 308 Market St.,
S. F.; Agents of above rjads. will furnish Information.
BeaverLunchnOomsDO NOT DELAY
Fort 8t., bet. Queen and Merchant
Breakfatt, Lunch and Dinner
Evorytnlng first-class. Completo line
Key West and Domestic Cigars alwayi
H. J. NOLTE, - Proorietor.
Pearl City Hotel
A place for town pcoplo to lay off
for a few days.
Furnished rooms, first-class meals,
dancing pavilion, nlco picnic grounds.
aleo stabling for horses.
Convenient for a country outing.
J. W. CHAPMAN,
Everything New, Good Table, Nice
Bedrooms, Sample Room for Commer
cial Travelers. Opposite Landing, flno
view, cool and comfortable. Terms
G, FREELAND, -
Jas. T. Taylor
CIVIL AND HYDRAULIC ENQINEER
306 Judd Building.
Tcleohone Main 294.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
South Brooklyn, at all times.
FOR 8AN FRANCISCO.
PEKING MAY 28
GAELIC JUNE 7
HONGKONG MARU JUNE 13
CHINA JUNE 21
DORIC JUNE 28
NIPPON MARU JULY 8
APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
CO, LTD. AGENTS.
From Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, B. C.)
AOHANOI JUNE 4
MOANA JULY 2
tho purchase of a hotiso lot In
fit est suburb ot Honolulu.
The remaining lots In KAIMUKI
TRACT are now being sold on tho In
$20 cash upon signing agreement
and $10 per month until fully paid.
lots 7D'J00 and 100x130.
Gear, Lansing & Go
MANUFACTURED FROM PURE
DISTILLED WATER. : S '. '.
Delivered to any part ot
city by courteous drivers.
Oalin Ice and Electric Co.
TELEPHONE BLUE 3151.
HUFFIAN & JIAKKHAn.
l o. Corner of Ilcretnnla Avenue
nnd l'unchbowl Street.
All Work Done by Hand
LACE CURTAINS A SPECIALTY.
J. ABADIE, Proprietor.
TelepKone Blue 3552.
Lines of Travel.
ABX08S THE CONTINENT FROM
San Francisco-For (land
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
nlr THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Mailman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Emok.
la and Library Cars, with Barbt
hop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Menls a-la-cirt).
Free Reclining Cbalrs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleeper.
I M. LOTHROP, General Aeent.
Ill Third street, Portland, Oregoa.
. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
Ho. 1 Montgomery St.. San Francisco.
I. la. LOUAX, O. P. A T. A.,
1471 Omaha, Nebraska.
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KINO STREET LINE.
Cars lun Wallrikl lor town it j j, 6 t j, 8 45 a. A.
tei tvtry is oitnuttt thrtiher till to 4, litis tol
ujsr.M, from Wftiklkl go totht Punihou Stablts.
Ctrt Uvt H Pinjtt or Ptwi iwttcb for town tt
i:)U.M, aad tvtrjr 13 mlnutM thereafter till tr 08P.M
Cart leave Fort and Kin atreeta corner for Palest
at 6:10 a.m. ao4 every 11 nlautea after till 11 ai
tan leavt for Pal a ma only at and 3 A m.
Cara leave Palana for Waikikf s a.m and every
m mloutet till 4S P M , then at 10 is and 10 s P.m
Tnen:is' 4 from Palana for Punabou only foei
Cara leavt Fort and King ttretta corner for Rifle
Rente at s ao and . o a,m,
Cara leavt Fort and Klnr atreeta comer for Walklk
at 6 os A M, and every m minutes till io-ojp.m Then at
io and n.s P M. The 11 jj P.M. cots to Walklkl
ta Saturdays only.
BERETANIA STREET AND NUUANU VALLEY.
Cars leavt Punihou Stablt for Town at .jt aod
for Town and Valley at) 40 j 30 6 10 4. 6 40 t aod
Cars leavt Oahu Cotlegt for town and Valley at
6 jo 6 jo and ?.io a.m and ever) to minutes till to to
P.m. ttcept the even hour and half, hour cars wblcl
run from the Stablt
Carsleavt Nuuanu Valley at 6'to 6 jo 6 jo A,M ao
very 10 talnutes thereafter till 10 so p.M
Cara leavt Fori and Quetn ttrrtta for Puaahoa
Collect at 6 os 6 tj 4J A M and every 10 aslnuttt
after till 4SPm. After that the cars run to Utt
Stablt up to 1 1 :$op.m. which Is tbt last car f roat Tow
rttcbior tbt Stablt at n:jo p.m.
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
kEALAKEKUA. - HAWAII
3. Q. HENItlQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountain.
As excellent chance la offered for
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carrlaces meet the S. 8. Mauna uca
4t Kallua and take passengers OTerlan4
to Hooken. where the steamer la met
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 1811.
STATIONS. oAiir daily
(Oulw.ij; ii. Sun. daily t. Sun daily daily
A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. PM
Honolulu .... T.to 9 1. ii os i is s
P.trl City.... So) 0 4. 1140 ) 47 :so
Ew. Mill 8) 10 o It oo 4 os its
W.Umt io s 4S ....
Walilua ii. ss 3 40 ....
Ktbukc it.) ..... 6.IS ....
(Inw.ld) II. Sun. DAILY DAILY DAILY
AM. A.M P.M P.M.
Kihuku .)S .... id
Wililu. I io .... ISO
WaUnn T io ... J ss
Ewt Mill v.so t 43 I os ..)
Pearl City 6.1s .o) i'.)o .:s
Honolulu 6.W 8. ss SOS S
r C. SMITH. Oen'l Pass. & Ticket Aft.
Q. P. DBNISON. Superintendent
Drays lor Freight
Our representative meets all Incom
ing steamers from the Coast, am) VI
check baggage on all outgoing steal!
ra. White and Black San For Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin, HI
King street Tel 66.
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When You Want a Rig
RlNO UP TUB
LIVERY BOARDING and
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Btablo Thoue. 109 Mam.
Hack Stand, Tlioncs 319 and 32.
C. H. BELLINA.
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Tel. Main 245.
ROOM 30C aOSTON BLK. Honolulu.
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