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KVENINlt 11ULLET1N. HONOLULU. H. i SATUnDAY. MAY 31. 1902.
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Dr. M H. McLaughlin,
Offlce hours, 8 n. m. to 8:30
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN
TION TO FORECLOSE MORT-
GAGE ANP OF SALE.
In accordance with a power of sale
contained In that certain mortgage
made by D. H. Aukal to J.' M. Monsar
rat. Trustee for 8uslo V. Cnrtwrlght,
dated Juno 23d, A. I). 1898, recorded In
the iTeglstcr Ollleo, Oauu, In Liber 180,
pp. 1G2-3-4, which mortgage was as
signed to V. Wundenbcrg, Trustee, on
the ISth day of July, A. D. 1900, notlco
Is hereby given that said mortgagee In
tends to foreclose said mortgago for
condition broken, to wit., tho nonpay
ment of principal and interest when
due. and upon said foreclosure will sell
at ntlbllc lirtlnn nt thn antn rnnma
Will 12. risher. In ltnnni,,i M.!Bnlu older of said President Is in writ
day. tho lfith .lav of .T.,no a n i-mo
at 12 o'clock m. of said day, tho
premises described In said mortgage
ns below specified.
runner particulars can bo had of
J. A. Mngoon, T. I. Dillon or J. Light-
foot, Attorneys at-Law, Magoon block,
(orncr Alakea nnd Merchant streets
Honolulu. V. WUNDnNBEUO.
Trustco for Susie F. Cartwrlght, Mort
gagee. Dated Honolulu, May 19th, 1902.
Premises Described In Mortgage.
FIRSf All that land described In
Patent (Grant) 3904, to D, H. Aukal.
(ontalnlng nn area of 11 82-100 acres,
(.Ituato at Puleulkl, Kula, on tho Island
SECOND All that land described
In Itoynl Patent No. 1478 to Kcnlakua,
tho father of said mortgagor, contain
ing an area of C 84-100 ncrcs, sltunto
nt Mooloa. Honunula, In said Island of
21BG May 21, 31; Juno 7, 14.
SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
Under and by lrtuo of n certain
Lxecutlon Issued by Lylo A. Dickey.
he(ond District Magistrate of Honolu
lu. Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii,
on tho 28th day of April, A. D. 1902,
In the matter of Leo Tin Hoon vs. Mew
Kcc, I have, on this 10th day of May,
- I). 1902, let led upon and shall ex
I (so for salo at Public Auction, to the
li'filicnt bidders, nt tho miction room
of J, F. Morgan, on Queen street, In
Mild Honolulu, nt 12 o'clock noon of
1 tlday, tho 13th day of Juno. A.
I) 1902, all tho right, tltio and Inter
est of said Mow Keo In and to tho fol
luwlng described property, unless tho
Judgment, amounting to Ninety one
m.d 38-100 Dollars. Interest, costs and
mv expenses aro previously paid:
2 Uaskcts containing: 3 frocks, 1
p.n.ts, 1 pkg. worsted. 2 prs shoes, 4
rkgs bark, 3 pkgs buttons, 10 pes
(loth, 1 bamboo ruler, 3 hand looking
Eiusses, 1 pkg powders, 1 box Jewelry,
etc., 1 box silk thread, 4 pkgs mdso..
1 pkg tape, 2 pkgs cording, 2 prs slip
rrs, 1 roll tape, 1 pkg envelopes, 8
prs bracelets, 2 pr curtain hooks,
tooth brushes and thread.
CHAS. F. CIHLLINGWORTH,
Deputy Sheriff. Ter. of Hawaii.
May 10, 13, 31 j June 10.
During my absenco of about two
monthB, Dr. C. L. aarin will attend
to my practice.
In all business matters, tho Hawaii
an Trust Co. will act for mo under full
power of attorney. c. D. WOOD,
a 0onoontratort bnonm
ANEMIA, POORNESS OF BL001
ICJS OF COLOUR.
nAVAIi' Imnm la Pnuh
bj lb Letrtiin Pbrtlelu
II tl mrtDm Ttl'l mow Sail
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Den am UUckn iU Ttm
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ji juu nine incse symptoms or
nny other sign of breaking down ij
of jour neres nnd ltnllty ou
will find new life In electricity as 1
applied while you sleep. -t
DR. MCLAUGHLIN'S j
ci crtuir HE IT
,s ma(ic fr yo" " '" t,c tet wav
to uso Elecrlclty. It pours n gen-
tie stream of lire Into the wenk T.
parts continually for hours every -
night. It refreshes the ncros, e- j
OOO Market Street,
p. m.: Sundays. 10 to 1.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS'
Of Honolulu Rapid Transit and Land
Company, a Corporation Organized
Under the Laws of the Republic
of Hawaii, now Territory of Ha
waii. Whereas, the President of said cor
poratlon did on the 29th day oi May,
1902, tall a special meeting of the
stockholders of said corporation to bo
held nt tho time nnd place and for the
purpose hereinafter set foith, nnd di
rected the Secretnry oi said corpora
tlon to give to tho stockholders there
of notice of said special meeting, which
ln nml on nl "h ' Secretary of
Now, therefore, notice is hereby giv
en to tho stockholders of said corpor
ation that at 3 o'clock p. m. on the fith
day of June, A. D. 1902, n speclnl meet
ing of the stockholders ot Honolulu
Rapid Transit and Land Company will
be held at the Assembly Hall of Castle
& Cooke, Limited, corner of King and
Dethel streets, In the City of Honolulu.
Island of Oahu, Territoiy of Hawaii
for tho purpose of considering tne
proposition to create a bonded Indobt
edness of said Honolulu Rapid Tran
sit and Land Company to the amount
of one million dollars ($1,000,000), in
gold coin of tho United States ol
America, and that If said bonded in
debtedness Is authorized to be created
that It bo represented by tno bonds of
said corporation, to bear such date as
tho Hoard oi Directors may determine,
to be payable twenty-five (25) years
after date, with interest nt the rate of
six per cent per annum, panulo hnlf
early, said bonds to be executed nnd
Issued in such denomination or denom
inations ns may bo determined by the
Hoard of Directors of said coi porntlon,
and if so (Tented xnld bonded Indebted
ness to bo secured by n mortgage or
deed of tinst upon nil of the corporate
pioperty nnd franchises now belonging
to sale (orporatlon or which II mny
Iiy older of tho Pi evident.
J. A. OILMAN,
Seeretaiy Honolulu Itnpld Tianslt nnd
L. A. THURSTON,
President Honolulu Itnpld Transit nnd
May 29, 30, 31 j June 1, 2, S, 4, S.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS'
Of ihe Honolulu Rapid Transit nnd
Land Company, by Order of L. A.
Thurston, President of the Hono
lulu Rapid Transit and Land Com
pany. Nnllco Is hereby given to tho Sta'k
holders of tho Honolulu Rapid Transit
and Lnnd Company that at 9 o'clo-k
it. m. (.n the Cth day of June. A. D. 19.)2,
a special meeting of tho stockholders
of said corporation will bo held nt ho
Assembly Hnll of Cnrtlo & Cooke, Lin
Ited, corner of King nnd nethol streets.
In tho city of Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
Territory of Hawaii, for tho purpose of
considering tho deposition of certain
shares of the capital stock of the said
corporation, theretoforo authorized to
ho issued, and such other business as
may bo brought beforo the said meet
ing. J. A. OILMAN,
Secretary Honolulu Rapid Transit nnd
May 29, 30, 31; Juno 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF RACE
Entries for the races on Juno It nnd
14 WILL CLOSE on Juno 3d. nt 4 p.
m., with the secretnry, at C. R. Collins
harness shop. King street, near Fort.
C L. CRAfinE, Secretary. 2159-tf
c mean vii nesiy I lour
orSllvcrort. No wortliUnt. ticket.
ah ami pcml FRFC a a Hmuntr fi
' . m i (Hint ivAurvt rurrwohCtt.
AcmaBookCo Boi30.Athn,HH ti Carolina USA
ADVICE TO YOUNG
BY CONNIE MACK,
Manager of the Philadelphia American League Club.
Outfielders Must Be Good Batters.
While good fielding Is nn actual part of an outflrldpr s stock In .radc It Is
expcitod that he should lm more Hum nn oidinarj batsman. Thn Is sb.nn
by the number of outneMem -i In. h-nt! tho halting lift In both leiques It i
seldom an outfielder Is engaged i rnyof the major rlubi bj reason of liU
(leer fielding as the outfield doc not offer the po-nlbllltlcs of brilliant plajs
that associate themlps with thu InftcM Uefore offering an niitflel It a
contract the managtr nf n. (cam lll eatlsfj hlmtelf that the plajer Is an
exceptional batsman. On the othr hand, an outfielder must he able to ban
d e safelj nnd leturn quickly fly balN. No team can possibly win or fielding
alone. This mny keep down the M-oroof the opponents, but something must
be done to tenure runs to win. u,, therefore It Is necessary to hae some good
batters on the Ham, and as the outfielders hae less chance to distinguish
themselves than the Inflcldcis It Is nvecssary to MM the outfield positions
with good batsmen nnd take dmnccs on the quality of the placrs' fielding
After catching a liy the outfielder should lofc no time In returning the
ball to the Infield. Many plajers hae a bad habit of hol.nng the liall when
mennrconba.es. ManybasesnrestoU.il In this way, and freqmnth runs
nre scored. It is poor ball nlijlng nnd t)laers who h.-nn tM. r.,tt .i.n..i.i
get rid of It ns M.on ns possible. There Is really onlj one way to pUn base
ball, nnd that Is to play It propel 1 according to nil recognized rules ' When
an outfielder secures the bill he should, as soon as possible, leturn It to the In
field. Should there bo a mnn on first base the ball should he thrown to sec
ond from all parts of the outfield, but with n man on second the ball shoubi
bo thrown to the third baseman This applies to the center and left fielder
but the right fielder khould line the ball straight for second base unless ho
has to to doM to the foul line or near center field to secure the ball Then
It should be fielded to third.
5 i l --5 .? ? ?! ; ; t :
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IIONOLILUS AND PUNAIIOUS
IN TWO SPLANDID GAMES
iContinued fiom rage 3.)
the bat foi the C-utomt Ho went out.
shoit to flitt N'kmII ttnirlc out uiul
Scnnlon fcjllowdl tu.t finishing the
game nml giving Jo a .eioid of seen
lun stl ike-outs.
The !()ie i,t the nd of the ganui
stood C to J In fir.cr of the HoiioIiiIuh.
The seond panic Punnhoii Athletl,'
Club s, Malle-Ilima rould have been
started lit fore 3 o . lock, to short bud
been the first. Hov.evtr Da via the flint
baseman for the Mallts wus absent,
nnd n wnlt of llftitu tuliiUtes was In
dtllgdl In. Then play began, Kolo
wenn taking Davis,- plo e The tennis
batted In the following oider.
Mnlle-Illina Klkj, ,... Mana.
DavU and Kolowui.t, lb , Joms,
Hush. If.; Luahlwa if, Akau,
L'lark, p.; Taj lor. if.
P. A. C LoiKkis. 2b . Stterc.
Myers. 3b.; Cooke nnd Waterhouse
J. Marcalllno. (f , Wi'linnu-on, p.;
per. lb ; Htiiunway. , and A. Mur
First Inning Dattlng Begins.
Klley was, the lirtt man to the bat
for the Malic b. He made a dean base
hit in the direction of beujnd. .Mana
litw out to dntcr. Kilty was cnught
nicely nt second, the ball going cry
swiftly fiom tatcher to tiionil. Kolo
wena made n bnte hit nml got the iitxt
base on nn error by terond. Jones made
a clean Blngle Into left adtr.itv.lng Ko
lowena to third. Htmcuwny thretv the
ball to second for Joins. Loucks re
turning the bell for Koloweiu. Ths
work was not s-wlft (iioiij.h and the
latter made home tnftly. Hush hit safe
Into left nnd Jons innie home. Lua
hlwa went out. third to tlitt
In the second half of th- ilrtt Inning.
Kolowena went out of th tume. ho
having plajcd for Davis and the l,ilnV
having arrived. Loiuks got Ilrtt on mi
error by tboit. Ht-eic muil" a ali-.ui
lusa hit into iit.lit My it, iollnwdl hiiIi
bringing In Loucks ami ailtMi.hu
Steele to third. Cook lilt to pitelia-.
and wns anught on an i-'lht Tin ball
was returned ajulck!) to cat' tier end
Steele was caught nt 'he plait". I Mm
aalllno ll(w out to shoit
Second Short Story.
In the second Inning. Akau fur tho
Mallei flew out to la ft. A M.malll.iti
making a beautiful running c ita h.
Clark went cut third to flisl and Tu
lor .short to fiitt.
Wllllunison for the Puiiahous flew
out to short. Sorer went on, sluut In
first. The i,nm( Holy for Il'ineiiniiy
Third A Repeliilon.
Klliy wns 'he flikt mnn for lhai
Malles in the third, lie .lew out U
tenter. Mnna went out n.tont to IIikI
Davis got bate on Liult Ji ir.cn weM
out, third to fiifct.
A Marcnllllio foi the PimitoiM went
out. third to liitt. lotults made llii-t
on a slow asbht from second to llisi
but wns caught tUalliiK idond. Kit em
flew out to Akau nt thlrtl
Fourth No Change.
Hush for the Mulls flow out to sec
ond In the foiuth liming Lualil.i
fanned out Alteti wrnt out, third to
Mjeis foi th" PunahoiiH went out,
pitcher to llrst Ccokc Hew out to shoit.
J. Mnrcnlllno got tirtt cm uu erroi b
Tnlor in center the tleldtr badly mis
judged the ball. Wllllnnibon flew out
to first on n foul.
FIfTn One-hnded Catch.
Clark for Ihe Mnlltt, made u base lilt
In the fifth out Into hit. lie tried tu
steal second but wns caught on n splen
did throw from kit Taylor Mruck out.
Davis flew out to M)ers at third.
Soper for the Puimhout flew out to
Mana at second H'tnenwny went out,
tecond to Mm. Davis aatcbliK the ball
with one hand far out fiom the base.
A. Marcalllno got bate on balls. I.onck.
went out, second to firiL
Sixth Score Tied.
Jluna for Hih Mallts went out. third
to first in tho tlxth Inning Davln went
out pitcher to tlm ooues went cut
ticorid to firft.
Staere for the I'ni.alioiis went out,
short to first M)ar mude n .wo ease
hit Inlo right Cooke ttnn out. J.
Mnraallino hit to thort for mi er'or.
The ball went for out Into left and
Mjers came home making the score
n tie Mnraallino got two bases. Wil
liamson stituk out.
Seventh Malleo Ahead.
In the seventh Inning. Hush for the
-Malles flew out to center. Liinhlnn
made n slnglo Into center and slol
second Akau hit to short who threw
to thlnl to catch Lunhtwa. Mjers fall
ed to hold the ball. Clark went out.
thlnl to first, sacrificing and urliiiclhtr
Lunhluj In. Akau was adtanttu M
seeontl. Taylor went out, thlnl to first.
Soper flew out to center. Hemenw.i
made a base hit Inttf center mid Mails
second A Marcalllno flew out to lofi.
The ball was thrown to cvawal nnd
llemenwaj was caught off bt-e
Eighth Malles' Waterloo.
In Ihe eighth. Klley for Hi.. Malla-s
went out. shoit to first nnd Mann, thlid
to Hist Davis fiitini-al out.
Lauitks made a bnsi hit alonu m t
base line Steere put ihe ball In the
same plate The Putuhmn ). imei
very enthiislastla- at thin point fan It
lookeal ns If the aolla-ge men would Hatha-
saore A pnsseal ball adwiha" the
two runneis to thlid iml senmal re-Hpa-clhely.
Mjeis flew or.- to a-enta r
iitiil then Loucks eame homo, making
the score again a tie Wntei limine
hnvlng nrrlveat on the scene, hit to
short nnal went out on an assist to first
but Steere enme home, glilns the Pu
Jinhous one run to the wind. J Mni-
mlllno flew out to center.
Ninth Punahou Wins.
Jones went to the li.it llrsi for the
.'alien In th.i ninth and Hew rut to ilrv t.
Hush went out, pitcher to first. Lua
hlwa went out, short to lli.t
At the etui of th gain". Ihe store
Htuiii 4 to '! In favor of the I'uiiahoiu.
The sraaia. Ii Innings lu tile llrt
gauii- was riH follows:
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Honolulu Athletic Club.
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2 ii 11 11 I1
II U 11 11 11
Tlirevbuv bits Ciinlia
Two bam- bltx Louis, t'linlia. Joy,
Sua rllla a- IiIIh Jlcioia-. Tin l.er. Joj .
Stnlt'li b.tsi'h Naiwall. .In). J Ajlott
r)iibla piu- Hiuuliiii in .Maiura-,
Oil) Io Xaiwadl.
Stiitek out il) Jii. 17. by Tink
lianas am balls Tut ker. 1.
r-iiBha-al IuiIIh (iorman I
Till- seaiia. b) InnliiKH In the '
Kann wan at, lullo-n.
1 2 :i 1 :. r, 7 s
M I A (' .. ..; 11 ai 11 al 11 (1 u 3
P A -' . . ..1 11 II 11 11 1 11 2 I
Punahou Athletic Club.
A.II. It, II. O A E.
I.oiukH 2b I 2 j 3 j
Steere. HK I I 2 (1 I 0
Myers. Ii I 1 f 1 S I
Cooke, rf 3 11 11 0 11 aj
lYati'rliousn. If 1 0 0 0 0 0
J. Murriilllno. ef. . . t 11 11 3 u 0
Wllilanmun, p :i 11 11 n 2 u
Super. Hi a rt 0 in u 0
Ilemenway. ( :i 0 1 3 1 v n
A. .Maiealllnii, If. . 2 0 fl 1 I ft
Tntnl I fi 27 IS 2
Malle-Ilima Athletic Club.
A.II. It. II O A E.
A.II. It. II O A E.
Kile), e I II I J 0
Mana, 2b I 11 11 3 2 1
Kolowena. lb 1 1 ) 11 al 1)
Pals. lb 2 11 u 10 1 0
lones, ss ( 1 1 3 ) 2
Hush, rf I ai 1 0 fl 11
l.iiahlwiilc, If l I j 0 0 u
Miitu, 3b 3 11 0 1 1 0
Clark, p 3 0 1 fl Q
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n slot Klinlaler ownlnc mom than niu..
Mftb of all the stoel. of the Company,
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of the Oahu Railway & Land Co. Is
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Clurter of tlu t'oninain. 11 conv i.f
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V C. Aihl-Jim. S tie I'assoa
Jim i:rflii8cr II rf UrlK?s
II. S (irlggs-A I' Uffllijjei . .
II llullc) c-t ill L. I, MtCundless
.M. II. Grlc I. I. McCandlesH
T.a auiK Koiig Tiim Ileen .. T ,
Recorded May 23, 1902.
Philip Savnry anil wlfa- to l.llilih- v.
Hiiijwell, murtiige, lot U, hloclc 1,
lollogu Hills tine t. Honolulu, Oahu,
$-""" Hook 2S2. paite 4'j 1 Duled May
Helen Ii King and husband to 1
lute (leorge Ulchaidson, mortKUKo,
lot 1. block S. Pearl City, Houoltilu,
Oahu, $luoO UooK 2Jti. page 23S. Da
It'll Mil) 20, 1902.
Recorded May 24, 1902.
Otto I.udloff and wife to L'dward
Kunst; mortKUKc. lots .1 and I, block
1. Kuplolanl trnct, Honolulu, Oahu,
JlltlO. Hook 2:17, page 1)2 Dated May
lllliabeth (liuniilor and husb.inil to
lllshop k Company, mortgage; por
tion Ap. 4, Kill. 2113, Mnanaliia. Haj
lioliilu, Oahu; $3uil Hook i,1T
'Ji. Duteal May "2. 1902.
Krank It VI1I.1 to Ustntc (leorgai
Itlilmidsun. iniirtKage; lots .1 and 4
block I Kewiilu trad, four shares
stock. I'liinn ivi'il Company l.lmllcd
llonoliilti Oahu; $ism Hunk 232,
page i97 Ditteal Ma 21 1902
Wong Kunl to Islilun? Riilienstein,
ihsigiumnl 01 morlgage. mortgage
Kiuilmquii on liimls murtgagc Kuualil
kau.i 1111 lauds I'uiialiiu Knolatiloa,
"inn JI lloaik .'.!.' page 199
Mil) .': 1902
Send the weeKly edition of the Bui
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Lines of Travel.
vHOH THE CONTINENT STROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
'ly THREE DAYS to ChlcAgo.
Only TOUR DAYS to New York.
nian Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Emok
Uf and Ubrary Cars, with Barbel
Oop and Pleasant Reading Room.
Dining Cars (Meals a-U.-cxt).
rree Reclining Cbalra.
Pullman Ordinary Steepen.
I. K. LOTHROP, General Aeent
1 Third street, Portland, Orciom.
. W. HITCHCOCK. Oneral Agent,
Ko. 1 Montgomery St.San FraacUcc
I. L. LOKAX. O. P. ft T. A.,
MT1 Omaha. Nebraska.
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
CINO STREET UNB.
Ctrl livt W.rklkl for town it (t, 6 ii. .t a n.
4anrtryijolniUttitrtattcr till io.i. n:ti ui
iijjF.M liom Wtiklkl to to Hit Puniloa itiN.V,
Cm Ittv.R Pantt orPawat aollcs lor ton al
1 jja M. n4 Yf)r i. ntnutan UltfMrtci U.I u.ttt.x
Can liavi Foal ml Kltit mm mm t raiana
tl is io a M. mi tvtry i) mloulti altar till ii..,
Cait Itavt lor Palana only at tail u a m.
CV !",;?,P,I, '" WAlklkf as A M. and trtry
I taultitiil j tj P H , tlitn al o i) anl io at r.it
,. w.'iu1 . A c '? P'I,B ' Pumooo only tott
Cart Itava Fori anl Kln( Mrttta corner foi Hill.
Canrt at j to and to a M
Cart Lave Tnrt anl kTln ... rnn.. A. n..,b,k
16 05 AM ant every itmlnulet llliiootp.n the" at
it M and ii p m. Toe n u p.m. roet Io Wa klkl
on Saturday t only.
BERETANIA STREET AND FUUANU VALLEY.
Cart leave Punahou Stable lor Town .KM.nl
lor Tonand Valley all .o j jo t io n to 6 t and
Cart leave Oahu College lor town and Valley al
s o 6 so and t io A and ever io mlnutel llll to io
P.Moicept the even hour and hall, hour cart whlcl
run Iron the Steele
Cart leave Nuuenu Valley at 6"io 6 io 6 a an:
every lo Dlnutet theiealter llll io 50 P M
Cert leave Fori and Queen ,i,i, 0r punahou
Collete at 6 o t tj 6 ,1 a m and every 10 mtnuiet
alter till 0 p.m. Alter that the cart run ro the
SUbl. up to ii 10P.M. which It the lattcar Iron Tows
rtachlnr the Sublt al 11:10 P.M
Telephone to All Parts of the bland.
rvEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. Q. HENRIQUES, PROP.
Horsca and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance U nrred for
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. 8. Mauna uu
it Kallua and take passengers overland
to Hooken, where the steamer is met
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 1881.
ci. 2un daily cx bun
Stn DAILY DAILY
AM I'.M P M
11 oj jii sir
1 40 .r tfi
It OO 4 0 t IO
A.M A M.
7 IO 91.
I ) toaJ
. ... 10 5.
Honolulu . ..
Paarl City .
E.i Mill ..
ICahulau .. .
DAILY DAILY DAILY
AM P M P.M.
'4! 101 4 la
01 1 o 4 st
II 0 a
I Honolulu 6 jo
r C. SMITH, Qen'l Pass. & Ticket Aft.
Q. P. DKN1SON. Superintendent
Drays for Freight
Our representative moets all Incom
ing steamers from the Coast, and rl
check baggage on all outgoing steui
ra. White and Black Sana For Salt
Office with Evening Bulletin, HI
King street, Tel 66.
tt. L&RSER, '?',.
When You Want a Rig
R1NO UP THS
LIVERY BOARDING and
I t I S : 518 FORT 8TRCIT
Btable 'Pboue. 109 Main.
Hack Stand, 'Phones 319 and ...
C. H. UELLINA.
COTTON BROS. & CO
ENGINEERS AND : : :
Piaot 114 tttlnaiti lurnlihtl lor ill cltww
Tel. Main 249.
ROOM iOO aoSTON DLK. Honolulu,
Uonolaln Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUOAR MX
CH1NKRY of every capar'ty and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
nal RIVETED PIPES for IrrlmUlon
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion ald to JOn WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.