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cure. Inclose this ad. jt
dr. m. h. Mclaughlin,
906 MARKET STREET, San Francisco.
Office hours, S a. m. to 8:30 p.m.; Sundays, 10 to 1.
NEVER SOLD DY AQENTS OR DRUG 8TORES.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF FORE
CLOSURE AND OF SALE.
L in accordance with tho provisions of
a certain mortgage, mado by Mary A.
Ai.l and Samuel K. Aki, her husband,
buta of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, to S. C. Allen, doing
business In Honolulu nforesald under
the firm name of Allen & Robinson,
dated the 16th day of May, A. D. 189C,
and recorded In tho Registry of Deeds
nt Honolulu aforesaid In Liber ICO,
pdges 3S0, 381 and 382, and nBslgncd
to tho Portuguese Mutual Hcncflt So
ciety of Hawaii, n corporation duly cro
ated and existing under tho laws ot
the Territory ot Hawaii, by assignment
dated tho 1st day of December, A. D.
1900, nnd recorded In said Registry ol
Deeds In Liber 214, pages 39G and 397,
notlco Is hereby given that tho As
signee of said Murtgago intends to
foreclose tho said mortgago for condi
tions broken, to wit: Non-payment ot
principal and interest.
oiku Is llkowlso given that after
the expiration of thrco weeks from tho
date of this notice, tho property con
veyed by said Mortgago will bo sold at
Public Auction, at' tho auction rooms
of James P. Morgan. In Honolulu
aforesaid, on Saturday, tho 14th day of
June, A. D. 1902, 12 o'clock noon of said
For further particular apply to J. M.
Vivas, Attorney for tho Assignco for
tho Mortgagee, Honolulu.
The Portuguese Mutual" Benefit So
ciety of Hnwall, Asslgnco for tho
The premises covered by said mort
gago consist of:
All those premises sltuato on tho Ka
mehamelui IV road occupied by tho
saiiT Mary A. Aki nhd Samuel K. Akl
and moro particularly described as
Beginning at a point on tho West
side of Kamchamcha IV road 450 feet
North from tho Junction of King street
nnd Kamehamchn IV road (North s'.do)
nnd thenco running:
N. 3430' E.12C ft. along said Kamc
hamcha IV road; thenco
N. 50 30' W. 200 feet along accommo
dation road; thenco
S. 30 05' V. 134 feet; thenco
S. 52 20' E. 1102 feet to Knmohamcha
IV. road, tho placo of beginning, con
talnlng 5C-100 (Kltty-six-Hundredths)
of an ncro moro or less.
2155 May 23, 30; Juno C, 13. 14.
Notlco Is hereby given that under
ond by vlrtuo ot an order of tho Hon
A. S. Humphreys, Judge of tho Circuit
Court of tho First Circuit of tho Terrl-
t'-ry of Hawaii, tho undersigned W. C.
I'arko, administrator of tho eBtato of
Catherine P. Auld, deceased, will sell
ill tho auction rooms of Jas. F. Morgan,
tjueen Btrect, Honolulu, on Saturday,
the 28th day of June, 1902, nt 12
t dock noon, nil tho right, title. Inter
est and estato of tho saiu Catherine P.
Auld, at tho time of hor ueath, In and
to all thoso certain pieces or parcels
of land, sltuato and descrlhcoas fol
lows: 1. All thoso 8 apanas, situate In Mo-n.-.ul,
Ulnnd ot Molokal, described In
R I 0402, L. C. A. C299 and 3189, to
Kuhlo, containing an area of 23 acres,
1187 fathoms, cxcoptlng a portion of
Apana 7, granted to E. Bnl & Co. by
deed, dated September 19, 187C. and re
corded In Book 4G, pages 45C-457.
2. All thoso certain 5 apanas situ
die In Moanul and Honoullwal, said
Ijiand of Molokal, described In R. P.
1:31, Grant, containing 10.75 acres.
3. All that certain land, sltuato In
Honomanu, Inland of Maul, described
Ir II. 1. 7012, L. C. A. aI87, containing
an nrea of 5.77 acres.
Terms nnd conditions of salo: Cash
L'l.lted States Gold Coin, on confirma
tion of ralo by said Court. Deeds nt
expense of purchasers. Tracings show'
Ing location of said lands can bo seen
at abovo auction rooms.
Dated Juno G, 1902.
"W. C. PARKE,
Administrator Estato or Catherine P.
Auld, Deceased; Room 309, Judd
Weekly edition of the Bulletin f 1 a
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ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE TO
The undersigned, having been duly
appointed Administrator of the Estntc
of Akol, late of Kallun, Koolaupoko,
Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii,
deceased Intestate, notlco Ib hereby
given to all persons having claims
against tho said cstato to present the
same, with proper vouchers, If any ex
ist, duly authenticated, whether secur
ed by mortgago or otherwise, to tho
undersigned, nt his office in
Bntd Honolulu, within six months
from tho dato of this notice, or
they will bo forever barred. And nil
persons Indebted to sold estnto arc
hereby requested to mako Immcdlato
payment thereof to tho undersigned.
Care of Chinese News, 18 King St.,
Administrator of tho Estate of Akol,
Dated Honolulu, T. H., May 22, 1902:
2164 May 22, 29; Juno G, 12.
NOTICE, REPUBLICAN PRECINCT
CLUBS, FOURTH DISTRICT.
Each precinct club shall meet at
7:30 p. i:i. on the second Friday-, 13th
of Juno, nnd shall then make nomina
tions for officers of the club. On the
fourth Friday, 27th of June.lhey shall
meet at the snme hour and elect offi
cers for tho ensuing two years.
On tho fourth Friday, 2Sth of July.
they shall meet at tho same Hour and
mako nominations for members of tho
District Commltteo and Delegates to
tho Territorial Convention to bo voted
for at a primary to bo held on (ho first
Saturday, 2d of August, between tho
hours of 2 and 8 o'clock p. m.
Officers and members of tho several
precinct clubs of tho Fourth District
will please sco that tho above calls arc
carried out C. L. CRABBE.
Chairman Fourth District Commltteo
W. H. CONEY, Secretary.
NOTICE, REPUBLICAN PRECINCT
CLUBS, FIFT.H DISTRICT.
Each precinct club shall meet at
7:30 p. m. on tFio second Frldny, 131 fi
cf June, and shall then mako nomina
tions for officers of the club. On tho
fu.rtli Friday, 27th of June, they shall
meet nt tho same hour and elect offi
cers for tho ensuing two years.
On the fourth Friday, 25th of July,
they shall meet at the same hour and
n.nko nominations for members of tho
District Commltteo nnd Delegates to
the Territorial Convention to bo x-oted
fur nt a prlmnry to bo held on tho first
Saturday, Cd of August, between tho
hours of 2 nnd 8 o'clock p. m.
Officers and members of tho several
ireclnct clubs of tho Fifth District
will please sec that tho abovo calls arc
tarried out. G. H. CARTER,
Chairman Fifth District Committee.
W. J. COELHO. Secretary.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
Shippers of freight by steamers i (
ho Iliter-Island "Steam Navigation Co.,
Ltd.. nre hereby notified that n now
form of shipping receipt has been
adopted by tho company to go Into !
feet at oncu.
Freight will bo accepted, however,
on tho old form of receipt up to Octo
ber 1st, 1902, after which date, freight
will bo received only on tho new form
of receipt, a copy of which can bo
been at tho office of tho company,
INTEHISLAND STEAM NAVIGA
TION CO., LTD.
2109-lm J. ENA, President.
INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAVIGA
TION CO., LTD.
Notice to Shippers.
Sulphuric, nitric or other chemical
ncids, will bo received for transporta -
lion by all of our steamers on and
alter this dato until further notice.
J. ENA. jTesfdent.
Honolulu, Juno 7th. 1902. 21U8-1(
Telephone the EVENING DULLE
TIN, Main 256, If you have books to be
made, printing to be done, etc., etc,
and we will call. We have men that
know their business (or taat purpose.
London, May 31. The result of tho
test polo match at Hurllngham today
for the American cup was a compteto
surprise to all the experts, and was all
tho more welcome to the huge gath
ering of Americans. According to pre
vious form, the Englishmen should
have won. The American team rose
splendidly to the occasion nnd played a
nearly faultless game, much better. In
fact, than they ever played heretofore.
Wnterbury and Keene wire the particu
lar stars of the American team nnd
again and again saved the game.
The arrangements for the match
were admirable, and there was one o(
the largest gatherings of English polo
Ists seen at Hurllngham for years. Tho
ground was rather soft after rain of
last night, and the ball did not travel
freely at any period. What, perhaps,
was more astonishing than anything
else was the American ponies were nt
no time outpaced by the English, al
though some famous ponies were play
ing for England. It would hao been
difficult to collect n better lot of ponies.
The American animal' held their own
for speed and beat the English for
The hitting play of the Americans
was magnificent. The English players
were sometimes close to the posts, nnd,
Indeed, repeatedly shot nt the goal.
They nearly alw-nys missed, or the ball
wns returned to tbem. Only threo
times in the whole play did Duckmas
ter (English) have a hit out from be
hind hit own back line. Nine times In
one period the Americans hit out of
bounds to save their goal. The reason
for this was that Wnterbury's defense
was nearly perfect.
An attack In so severe a game of
polo as was today's contett Is bound to
give way at last If It falls to brenk the
defenses, and so, when the welcome
chance came for the Americans to turn
fhelr ponies nnd play with the ball In
stead of against It, their forwards start
cd fresh, with a hnlf-beaten, scattered
team opposing them.
Then the long practlco of team nlas
told, nnd the Americans raced through
their opponents ns though the latter
were only novices. Agnsslz (American)
riding off Miller (English ). nnd Cow-
din. Keene and Wnterbury (Americans)
galloping and passing th" ball from
back to forwnrd with n series of splen
did near side forward strokes. Thus
Wnterbury's defense must be known as
the main factor In the victory. Then
tho American combination piny was
much better than that of the Hurllng
The Americans were always quicker
ou the hall than their opponents.
Coal Miners' Strike
May Prove Serious
Wilkcsbarre, Pa. June . The eve
of what Is looked upon as a most com
plete week in the progiess of the an
thracite coal miners' Mrlke finds the
entire region In apprehensive mood.
At 7 o'clock In the morning the order
of tho United Mine Workers of Amer
ica, calling out nil the stationary en
gineers, firemen nnd pumpuKii, unless
the companies grant tbem an eight
hour work day nt present wages, will
go Into effect, nnd no one can forecast
the outcome of the new move. Victory
for either side will be of Immense ad
vantage and both parties to tho contest
are striving with all the power at their
commnnd to win. If the union uuccofrl
In shutting down the pumps tho mint
properties will suffer dauiugo that may
reach Into millions of dollars, und II
the employers should b able lo keep
tho water out of their woikings with
out the aid of organized lal.oi it means
that the power of t!i- -inlon In tho
anthracite region has readied Its limit
and that all help In the effort to force
the mine owners to grmt the demands
of tho great army of l-iciu man must
come from some oulblile foiirLe. Tli"
mine workers tay they will prcseno
the property of the companl' s If the en
gineers, pumpmen nnd firemen are giv
en what they asked for. but the com
panies say they will permit no outsid
ers to fix the hours and wagta of their
men. Neither sldo tonight shows tho
slightest disposition to yield.
Interest on Boer
Bonds Will Be Paid
Pictorla. June 1. A pioclamatlon
which was Issued yeneiday in connec
tion with the signing of thu pence term
last night declares that, notwithstand
ing the proclamation of Mr. Kruger
that Interest on the bonds of the Trans
aal republic .would be suspended f
long ns the war lotted, hucli Intciest
shall begin to uccrue on Juno I.
June 20 nnd 27, the days of King Ed
ward's coronation, have been pioclalm
ed public holidays.
PU. PCD MEN Attn DIVIDED.
Tamaqua, Pa., Juno 1. At a meet-
I Ing today of delegates from all the lo
cal unions of the Untied Mine Workers
In sub-district No. 1, held In Conldale.
to decide whether the pump men In
Panther Creek Valley shall obey Un
order to strlko tomorrow, tho anti
strike sentiment was very strong. It
Is said tonight that the greater num
ber of the men will report for duty to
morrow. Immediately after the meet
ing, Btrlke missionaries made a canvass
of the men, but It is said that their ef
forts will net he productive of any re
sults. This evening an official of tho
Lehigh Coal nnd Navigation Company
said that tho company had tho assur
I anre that a sufficient number of men
I to run the pumps would report for duty
' In the morning,
Instruments Filed for Record June 10.
Thos Fitch Bishop & Co Mtg.
Kaplolanl Est., Ltd. Allen & Rob
inson, Ltd CM.
Bishop of Panopolls W. C. Achl...D.
Halal Kalti by ndmr. ct al. Halll
Recorded June 3, 1902.
D. Kawananakoa et al. to German
Savings and Loan Society, mortgago;
lands, leaseholds, buildings, etc., Oahu,
Maul, Molokal. Kauai and Hawaii;
and to secure 1300,000. Book 237, pago
133. Dated May 31, 1902.
Recorded June 4, 1902,,
Ah Sing to Tal Lung; mortgago:
two acres land, Maunoul, leasehold,
buildings, stock, merchandise, etc., Pa
hoehoe, South Kona, Hawaii; $1400.
Book 230, page 254. Dated June 3,
J. W. K. Nawal to Kaehu (w);
deed; portion Kill. 9CG2. Kakalac, Ma
kawcli, Kauai; $15. Book 2.11, pago
159. Dated September 23, 1S35.
Recorded June 5, 1902.
J. S. Bailey to Maria TTalley; as
signment of lease; premises, Alapal
street, Honolulu, Oauu; $1. Book 185,
page 207. Dated January 31, 1902.
Your I.an et al. to Young Anln; bill
of sale: stock, merchandise, fixtures,
etc.. 1U22 Maunakca street, Honolulu,
Oahu;. $100. Book 235, pago 204. Dat
ed June 3, 1902.
II. Watcrhoiiso to A. B. Wood;
power of attorney; general powers.
Book 233, page 205. Dated January 19,
Sanitary Steam Laundry to Sing
Hlng; lease; store building, 0GG
Queen street, Honolulu, Oahu; ten
years at $25 per monfli. Book 240,
pago 1. Dated June 5, 1902.
Territory of Hawaii to A. C. Gait;
deed; two pieces land, Ullha street,
Honolulu, Oahu. Book 231. pago 4G0.
Dated June 4, 1902.
Hutchison Sugar Plantation Compa
ny to Walohlnu Agricultural and Graz
ing Company, release; four leaseholds.
1300 cattle. Ill horses, buildings, etc..
Kan, South Konn. Hawair; $2300. Book
139. page 431. Dated April 1. 1902.
II . M. Mott-Smlth to E. A. Mott
Smiui; substitution power of attorney;
of power granted In book 212. page 211.
Book 235, pagu ZOfi. Dated April Zii.
A. E. and 11. M. Mott-Smlth to
W. I-. Allen, trustee; rooitgago; lots
1, 2. 3, I, 3. fi. 7. 8, 9 and 10. block 29.
lotB 9. 10. 12. 13, 14, 15 nnd lfi, block
2S. Knlmukl tract. Honolulu, Onhu;
$1000. Book 239, pago 38. Dated Juno
Recorded June 6, 1902,
Oahu Railway and Land Company to
E. J. Wilkinson; deed; lots 2 and 3.
block 3. Pearl City, Ewa. Oahu; $700.
Book 231, pago 402. Dated August 22,
Oahu Railway and Lnnd Company lo
E. J. Wilkinson; release; lots 2 nnd
3. block 3. Pearl City. Ewa. Oahu:
JIM. Book 12G, pago 419. Dated Juno
E. J. Wilkinson and husband to
Halstcnd and Company. Limited; mort
gage: lots 2 and 3, block 3, Pearl City,
Ewa. Oahu; $000. Book 239, page 41.
Dated -May 27. 1902.
M. Perrclry ct al. to L. Fcrrelra:
deed; Patent 1244, Kaapahu. llama
kun, Hawaii; $1000. Book 231, pago
1G3. Dated May 15. 1902.
R. N. Wilcox to C. A. Long; power
of attorney: general powers. Book
235. pago 207. Dated November 19,
T. C. Wilcox ct al. to S. M. Damon
deed; portion Kill. 1348. Moanalua. Ho
nolulu. Oahu; $500. Hook 231, pago
41,4. Dated Juno 3, 1902.
Bishop nnd Company to S. Pnawcla;
rcleaRo: portion R. P. 429. Kul. 1317,
itlnnnalua, Honolulu, Oahu; $300.
Book 227. pago 28. Dated May 28, 1902.
Loo Chit Sam to I'alolo Land anil
Improvement Company; surrender par
tial lease; piece land, Keklo, Honolu
lu, Oahu; $250. Book 233, pago 392.
Dated November 1, 1901.
Recorded June 7, 1902.
II. N'nknokoo et al. to Lam Wo Sing:
lease; It. P. G873. Kul. 1758, It. P.
7033. Kul. 1775. TwiIm'kI, Honolulu, Oa
hu. ten years at $150. Book 233, pago
3!n. Dated Mny 15. 1902.
J. A. Mai;oon to La'n Wo Sing;
lease; A p. 2. It. P. 4248. Kul. 17fi5, Ka
lla. Honolulu. Oahu; five years at $20.
Book 233, page 39G. Dated May 31,
Leong Kong to Tom Been; cancella
tion power of nttorney; powers grant
ed In book 235. pago 253. Book 235,
pago 209. Dated Juno 7, 1902.
Bill May Be Passed
Washington, Juno L Under the
totals of the unanimous agreement
leached last Wednesday the Senalo will
ote at 4 o'clock Tuesday on the bill
providing a form of civil government
for the Philippine Islands, nnd the en
tire Intervening time of tho Senate's
sessions will be devoted to flfteen-mln-uto
speeches on tho bill. Tho Senate
will meet at 11 o'clock on Monday mil
ou Tuesday fur the purpose of giving
additional time for the discussion. A
large number of short speeches will bi
made, but no order for their delivery
has been agreed on.
The general understanding Is now
that on Wednesday, after tho disposal
of tho Philippine bill, tho Nicaragua
canal bill will be called up and mndu
the regulnr order of business. An effort
will he made to substitute for tho Nica
ragua bill tho bill Introduced by Sena
tor Spooner, lenvlng to the discretion
ot tho President the selection of an
Isthmian ennui route, and Its cham
pions are claiming a majority of the
Senate will support them. The friends
of the Nlraragua route, nnd nlso the
advocates of a policy that would leavp
tho President discretion ns to tho
route, now say there Is no necessity or
prospect for prolonged debate. A mini
bcr of speeches, honover, havo already
IIoxcph Agnln Crow Active.
London, May 1. Tho Shanghai cor
lespomlent of tho Dally Mall cables
that tho lloxers arc actlvo In tho prov
ince or Szeehuan. They havo warned
tho olTTi-lnlB of Ynnghslen of their In
tention to exterminate tho foreigners,
and they have destroyed the Catholic
nnd Piotestnnt churches, killed nnd
robbed people nnd nie enrolling mem
hers In every village. Troops havo
een dispatched to suppress the rebel
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers ot this line will arrive and leave this port as heiounder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
SIERRA JUNE 18 SONOMA JUNE 17
ALAMEDA JUNE 27 ALAMEDA JULY 2
SONOMA JULY 9 VENTURA JULY 8
ALAMEDA JULY 23
In connoctlon with tne sailing or tne above steamers, too agents are pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
'oad from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from Now
Tork by any steamship line to all European ports.
' FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
to. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AQENT8 OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
S. S. OREGONIAN, July 15th.
S. S. ALASKAN, about August 15th.
Freight received at Company's wharf, 42d St., South Brooklyn, at all times.
From San Francisco
S. S. NEVADAN, about July 8th.
Prom Seattle and Tacoma
S. S. AMERICAN 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
Steamers of the abovo companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
PEKING JUNE 19
GAELIC JUNE 28
HONGKONG MARU JULY 6
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PUQET SOUND-HONOLULU ROUTE.
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S. S. EUREKA, from Seattle, on or about JUNE 10
For furthor Information address
L. E. BEEBE,
2 Brewer Building, Honolulu. AGENT HAWAIIAN I8LANDS.
Globe Nav. Co., Ltd., 8e-ittle, Wash.; P. W, Rochester, 308 Market St,
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Received from Emmett Mny, draft
nnd Fifty-four (84-100) DoTTars, amount
the Germanla Life Insuranco Companyof Now York on tho lifo of Morris
l.oulsson, deceased. 42ul-81. (Signed) THEIUSA M. LOUISSON.
Tho Germanla pays their death claims promptly.
EMMETT MAY, Manager.
Germanla Life Ins. Co., Judd Building.
DO NOT DELAY
tho purchase ot a houso lot In
litest Biiburb of Honolulu.
Tho remaining lots In KAIMUKI
TRACT aio now being sold on tho In
$20 cash upon signing agreement
and $10 per month until fully paid.
lots 75x200 and 100x150.
Gear, Lansing & Go
MANUFACTURED FROM PURE
DISTILLED WATER. : : : :
Delivered to any part ot
city by courteous drivers.
Oahu Ice and Electric Co.
TELEPHONE BLUE 3151.
HOFFriAN & HARKHAn.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
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CHINA JUNE 21
DOItIC JUNE 28
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tfiltvtry i nlnutti thereafter till 1045. itltf ao4
tl jj P.M. fron Walkikl to to ttia Punatiou Stabler,
Can leave R Rente orPawaa twitch for towa at
I'SjA.M. and every it rnlnutei thereafter till itxS?.M.
Cera leave l-oit and King errete tormr tor raiaeia
eto.io AM. and every it nlnutea after till ii.bi
Can leave for Patama onlr al s and s:)o A M.
Can leave Palaeia for Walkikl 1 ) A.M and every
MnlMittlllllg ejr m, then at 10 it and 10 4 P.M
rDefiiie A. Irom Palama for Punehou ooly coea
10 WalM.lon Saturday!
Can leave Fort and Klne etreeti corner foi Bltle
Range at 5 eo and to a.m.
Can leave Tort and Kin itreeti corner for Walklk
t6osA M. and every tt rnlnutei till ioosp.m. then at
u !) and 11.15 f.m. The 11 J) P.M. coea to Walkikl
on Saturdayi only
BERETANIA STREET AND fUUANU VAUEY.
Can leive Punahou Stable for Town at and
for Town and Valley att 40 so 6.10 o.eo 6 40 7 and
t.eo A M.
Can leave Oahu Collere for town and Valley al
6 10 6 50 and f .10 A.M and ever) 10 mlnjtei till to to
P.M. aicept the even hour and half, hour can wtlct
run fron the Stable
Can liave Nuuanu Valley at 6to 6 10 6 50 A.M aal
very 10 rnlnutei thereafter till 1050 P.M.
Can leave f-orl and Queen itreeti for Punahoa
Colllfl at 6 o 6.es 6 4S A M and every 10 uloutei
Iter till ) P.M, After that the can run to tne
Stable up to msoP.M, which lilhelaitcar froa Tows
roachtnf the Stable at ii:-mi p.m.
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
K.EALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. HENIUQUES, PKOP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance is nfWed tor ,
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriage meet the S. S. Mauna uua
at Kallua and take passengors overland
to Hooken, where the steamer la met
O. R. & L. Co.
Lines of rravsu
-1 ,. -i-1
From and alter January 1, 181.
STATIONS. DAILY DAILY
(Outward! at. Sun. DAILY ea. Sun DAILY DAILY
A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M P.M
Honolulu .... t.io 9 M it o 1:1s S "
Pearl City.... 1 01 til llw J 47 in
Ewa Mill In tc.uS leeo 40s I 10
Walanae 10 s 4 41 ....
Walalua 11. s) 140 ....
Kahuku la:i i.M ....
(Inwird) ea. Sun. daily daily daily
AM. A.M P.M P.M.
Kahuku S'lS .. eol
Walalua 6.10 .... a so
Walanai 7 10 . ., 1 ss
Ewa Mill s:so '.41 SOS 4.a
PeailCity (.is 01 i:to e:si
Honolulu 6:s S.IS l-S S
F C. SMITH. Gcn'l Pass. & Ticket Alt.
0. P. DBNISON. Superintendent
Draye lor Freight
Our representative meets all Incom
ing steamers from the Coast, and l
check baggage on all outgoing iteati
ra. White and Black Sid For Salt
Office with Evening Bulletin, 111
King street Te) 66.
IS. LARSEH, UTr.
When You Want a Rig
R1NO UP Till
LIVERY BOARDING and
1 1 x t : sis fort TiKrt
Btable Tboue, 109 Main.
Hack Stand, 'Phones 319 and !.
C. H. DELLINA.
COTTON BROS. & CO
ENGINEERS AND ! : I
I Piani isd oitltnatei furnlihid tor all claeoe
1 Conuactlns work.
Tel. Main 243.
ROOM SOP 30ST0N DLK, Honolulu.
Ilonolnln Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUOAIt MA
CHINERY of every capae'tr and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
I n.l nrVETEI) PIPES for Irrigation
I purposes a npeclalty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOD WORK, and renin
I executed at shortest notice.