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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, Ut T.. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2. 1902.
Lines of Travel.
Lines of Travel.
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tour tfnck WenU ?
Are You finally Tired ?
tho circulation and makes you feel
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4. nignis uso. von get stronger eacn aay, ami in a lew weens you aro ..
a now man, stronger and younger In tho fire of outh. It Is grand,
X this method of mine, and every man who has etcr used It Is prals- T
Ing Itr TRY IT NOW. -
t Don't delay trying It. Your futuro happiness depends on your J
checking this drain upon your vitality, so stop It now and you can bo X
Btire of a long and vigorous life, full of the Jojs of n healthy vigor.
X Don't Drug. Drugs can't cure you, as jou know If you havo tried X
- them. My Belt cures because It Increases your nerve power nnd 1- -
X tnllty. It you. will call I will glvo you a frco test of what I can do. If
T jou enn't coll send for my beautiful Illustrated book, telling about my -.
- method. 1 send It sealed free. I hao 60,000 cures. Call or write to- 4
X day. Send this ad. X
I Dr. M H. McLaughlin, 00G ""fi'iS :
X Office hours, 8 a. m. to 8:30 p. m.; Sundays, 10 to 1. X
Notlco Is hereby given that under
and by vlrtuo of nn order of tho Hon.
A. 8 Humpbrcys.Judgo of tho Circuit
Court of tho First Circuit of tho Terri
bly of Hawaii, tlio undersigned V. C.
I'arke, administrator of tho estate of
Cathcrlno I'. Auld, deceased, will sell
nt the auction rooms of Jas. l- Morgan,
(jurcn street, Honolulu, 011 Saturday,
the 28th day of June, 1902, nt 12
c (lock noon, all tho right, title, Inter
est nnd cstnto of tho snid" Cathcrlno P.
Auld, nt tho time of her ueath, In and
la nil thoio certain pieces or parcels
of land, situate and described as fol
lows; 1 All those 8 apanas, situate In Mo
ntul, Ibiand of Molokat, described In
It I'. 1,102, L. C. A. C209 and 3189, to
Kuhtoj containing an area of 23 acres,
1187 fathoms, excepting a portion of
Apana 7, granted to E. Dal & Co. by
deed, dAtcd September 19, 187C, and re
corded In Book 46, pages 45G-457.
2. All thoso certain C apanas situ
ble In Moanul nnd Honoullwal, said
Ijmnd of Molokal, described1 In It. P.
1131, Grant, containing 10.75 acres.
3. All that certain land, situate In
Honomanu, Island of Maul, described,101"'"1 rniay, z,,n 01 June, incy snau
fr It. P. 7012, L. C. A. ai87, containing mcel nt ,,le Bnmo ho,ir and elcct offl
an area of 5.77 acres. Iccrs tor he ensuing twd years.
Terms and conditions of salo: Cash
L'l lted States Gold Coin, on confirma
tion of calo by sail Court. Deeds at
c.penso of purchasers. Tracings show
ing location of said land's can bo seen
at abovo miction rooms.
Dated Juno C, 1902.
W. C. PAItKE.
Administrator Estate or Catherine P.
Auld, Deceased; Room 309, Judd
Notice Is horchy gUen that I havo
Instructed Jas. F. Morgan, auctioneer,
to sell at public auction nt his sales
rooms, Queen Btriet, on Satur
day, JUNE 28, nt 12 o'clock noon,
tho cntlro printing office plant
and paper stock of till' Austin Pub
lishing Company, Limited, In bankrupt
cy, tho salo to Include tho title nnd
good-will of tho Paradlso of tho Pa
cific, a monthly periodical. If tho
property as a wholo do not bring tho
upset price, being 75 per cent of tha
npprnlsed valuo of $1417.85, tho Bale
will bo adjourned tho same day to tho
premises of tho sntil Austin Publishing
Company, Nuuanu street, whero tha
property will bo offered In parts ac
cording to tho Inventory.
Trusteo of Austin Publishing Co., Ltd.
II. UUUAI IIIUtJT. .
Honolulu, Juno 13. 1902. 2172-2
' Corporation Notices.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
Shippers of freight by steamers 1 f
tho ihter-Island Steam Navigation Co,
Ltd., are hereby notified that a now
form of shipping receipt has been
ndoptcd by tho company to go Into of
feet at onco.
Freight will bo ncccptcd, however,
un tho old form of receipt up to Octo
ber 1st, 1902, after which dato, fielgUt
will bo received only on tho new form
of receipt, a copy of which can Ut
been at tho oftieo of tho company,
1NTEH-ISLAND STCAM . NAVIGA
TION CO, LTD.
21(,9-lm J. ENA, President.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
On nnd after this date bills of lading
will be Issued by this company. Instead
of shipping receipts as heretofore.
Ft eight will bo received under tho
old form of shipping receipt up to Oc
tober 1st, 1902, but after that date tho
bill of lading only win be accepted.
WTLDEH'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY,
C. L. WIGHT,
Honolulu, June 10th, 1902. 2171-201
I INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAVIGA
TION CO., LTD.
Notice to Shippers.
Sulphuric, nitric or othor chemical
nclds, will bo leeelved for tiansportn
lion by all of our oteameis on nn '
oner tnis dato until runner nonce
J. UNA. resident.
Honolulu, Juno 7tb, 1902.
Sunday Bulletin, $1.25 per year.
Have You Dragging Pnlns ?
Hove You Varicocele V '
Have jou lost the fire nnd
strength of youth? Have sou
oi yoiun; nave jou 4.
go" pains In your back 4
lersj Aro )ou glowing X
old too soon?
ii juu nave wiee Byinpiuinn ur
any other Elgn o( breaking Sown
of your nenes and vltnlltyljou
will find new life In electricity as
applied while you sleep.
Is made for you. It Is the beet nay
to uso Elecrlclty. It pours a gen- -f
tlo stream of life Into the weak i
parts continually for hours every
night. It refreshes the nencs, ox-
sands tho vital Doners, enriches -
bright, active and vigorous In ono 7
NOTICE, REPUBLICAN PRECINCT
CLUBS, FIFTH DISTRICT.
Each precinct club shall meet at
7:30 p. m. on the second Friday, 13IC
cf June, nnd shnll then make nomina
tions for officers of tho club. On tho
fu.rth Filclny, 27th of June, they shall
meet at the same hour and elect offi
cers for tho ensuing two yours.
On the fourth Friday, 23th of July,
they shall meet at the same hour and
runUo nominations for members of the
Dlttrlct Committee nnd Delegates to
the Territorial Convention to bo oted
fur at a primary to be held on the first
Saturday, Id of August, between tho
liters of 2 and S o'clock p. m.
Officers and members of the several
ireclnct clubs of the Fifth District
will please see that the above calls are
cnrrled out. O. 11. CAIlTEn,
Chairman Fifth District Committee.
W. J. COELHO. Secretary.
NOTICE, REPUBLICAN PRECINCT
CLUBS, FOURTH DISTRICT.
Each precinct club shall meet at
7f30 p. hi. on the second Friday, 13th
of June, and shnll then mako nomina
tions for officers of the club. On the
On tho fourth Friday, SSth of July,
they shall meet at the same Hour and
make nominations for members of tho
District Committee and Delegates to
the Territorial Convention to bo otefl
for at a primary to bo held on Iho first
Saturday, 2d of August, between the
hours of 2 and 8 o'clock p. m.
Officers and members of the several
precinct ciubs df the .Fourth District
will please see that the nbovo colls are
can led out C. L. CRABBE,
Chairman Fourth District Committee
W. II. CONEY, Secretary.
The firm heretofore existing imtW
tho firm name 01 Purdy & Smith, doing
n 1'nlnt Business known ns the Eureka
and Improved Eureka Paint, has been
this day dissolved by mutual consent,
G. W. Smith tnklng over tho business
and assuming nil obligations of tho
GEOUOE WASHINGTON SMITH.
Honolulu, June 15, 1!02. 2181-31
FOURTH DISTRICT COMMITTEE.
Thero will bo a meeting of tho
Fourth District Committee. Republican
nn.. In l.n.i... .. r-nn 1. .. 11.11.
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ui, 1 I' 11 .iiuiitini, i uwt; t.L) t tJV, tut
tho transaction of Important business.
C. L. CRABBE,
2170 3t Chnlrman.
J. P. Itodrlgues gl;es notlco that bo
will hae his ofllco reopened for Dlisl.
ness nt 'the old location, cornor Fort
mm uueii eirt'eis, on or uuuui juiy l
WHITE RIBBON REMEDY
CAS BE OIVtN IS Ol.AS OF WAItR TEA CK COFFEC
WITHOUT PAIIENT iKSOWUUGE.
rtltc ttlbt-nn Remviv Mill cure or destroy the
dleae4 Arrellc tltr Alchol ktirrulanu, uhether
the patient I a contirmei nttriate a tlrrl"
aoclal tlrlrvker r JrurkrJ impnikltte lur anyone
tn hae an arpetite lor alcuhullc Ihiuu i alter Uklnte
lllMOS,tl 11V MFMDIPt (.IW C T U
Mr A M f ownMriiJ, Secretary ul the Women t
ChrWt'nn Temperance Unl m write . ' I luve tetJ
White RibNin Remeiy on very ot-ktlnate drunbarJa,
ani the cure lne been many In nuny cavea the
RemeJy was L-Ken -crelly I hterlully recummena
anjlnjorve Uhfte Ri-liun RemiJv, AWinUrh',1 our
t nlon are JellchteJ to tint A rra,tli.al ani economical
trealrrtnl to ai u en ,.ur lemf eranvc- work
lir.it.uikK tiv,h, or hv null Si ner bov
r'alpaikaiie tree ly wntlnj, jr tailing on Mrs F
C MOCJRt In Sup IVssW til) Ventura
Film Job PrintinR at tho Bui
fa J SA Y 3l
GREAT CHAiiGES PLANNED
FOR RAILWAY OF THE EAST
Syndicate Formed for Equipment of
Subuibon Railways Find Elect
ricity Much Cheaper Than
New York, June 12. In obtaining
control of the largo plant of the Stan
Icy Electric Mnnulacturlng Company
at Plttsflerj, .Mats. William C. Whit
ney and his associates uro niaKIng tho
first moe in building up a great elec
trical bueinets. Th plant will be In
creased nnd extended wltu the aid of
Oan & Co., the biggest electrical con
cern In Europe, for iiiu purposo 01
converting sunm railroads In this
country Into electrical roads.
Tho financial details of the plau by
which Ganz & Co. arc to join hands
with the Whitney symlicnlo In tho es
tablishment of n !,rnncb of the compa
ny In this country fir the development
of electrical rallrc ads wcro not disclos
ed today, hut a representative of tho
syndicate said they had been arrang
ed. The syndicate does not PNpcct tho
displacement of strain oy electricity
on the railroads tl America Is to be
begun Immediately, cr that It will af
fect many railroads tor soma jears.
For the Immediate future -tho Increas
ed plant at Pittsfltld Is to supply the
demands of stre't railways In this city,
Philadelphia. Northern New Jersey
nnd In Connecticut for electrical sup
The conversion cf steam Into eloctrl-
cnl roads Is existed to begin first
along the Atlantic benboiird, parttcu-!
larly where railway line's enter big'
cities. wnrreMr xi-iie 111 congestion
... ......-..- . ...
01 irznic on xne eiram roaus in uir
East locomotives will glvo way to
tmokelcss electrical engines. Hnxing
inndc a beginning, the railuajH of the
rat are expected to extend the uso of
electricity along their lines, driving
team locomotives to the- railroads of
tne West, where they rnn ue used un
til they are wnrn 1 1.
Whitney nnd bis associates hnvc
learned that the rnilwnyH In tho Enst
ere about rtauy tc spend $23,000,000
for the t'lsplacnent pf steam by elec
tricity. It Is 'laimed that by tho
use of electricity n saving of IS per
cent In operating expenses will tie el
fected. (OUT ON IDE
Wnthtngton. J ice 14 Senator El-
kins' resolution providing for the an
nexation of Cuba caused much com
ment nt the Capitol today The beet
sugar Senntots said It was Introduced
without their pre",ib'i knowledge, und
most of them declined to discuss Itt
purpose or effea. Senntor Elklns him
self said: "This it my peisonal reso
lution. intioduicd without consulta
tion with anybody. It represents what
I believe to Le a solution of our tiou
Wo with CuLa. We must annex her
sooner or later. Why not now ? If we
are to give Cuba $c 000,000 a year for Cil Ma il, 1902
fle years, at i-orce people demand Hop Ken Company to E E Conaut,
why not UrlnE her into the family and .assignment; leal and peiMiiujl piopi-r
pay this troncy to ourselves;" ty; 1. Book 231. page l'!3 Dated
Senntoi Perkins dluilalmed piolom' jlmu j() jnnj,
knowledge of Elkink' resolution, and I Tnt ,j,y t n, j,,. ira6(., ,1()r
said ho pretuiud it representp.l only ,OI1 ,()t 4; Mafazm. ,a, Honolulu.
ttir.ins view:, ue t.uii ne uiu nut bc
how It affected the situation.
Senator Bard sii.d. "Elklns' resolu
tion represents my sentiments exactly.
That Is why I i!e.),ntd to come out for
the rebate) plan. I told my colleague!
who are oppoted to leclpioclty that 1
would stand by tl.ein In opposing reci
procity, but that I was also opposed tc
rebate, as either plan simply tended to
prolong our vexatious flnunclal icla
lions with Cuba nnd postpone the lnel
tale conclusion of tho whole matter,
which is annexation. I nm an annex
atlonttt out and out, bclleWng that Cu
ba will never sutceed as an Independent
1 c public and will alwayB bo a thoin In
Friar Lands Cost
Millions of Dollars
Home June 1G Gooinor Taft today
visited Cardinals Ledot lion ski. pi erect
of the propaganda, and Vlcs The lat
ter talrt that the I'ope was hlghl) giati
fled with Anierka, and added that tin.
personality of Oovcinor Tuft, apart
I frnm ii tnlg!nn h.til nrodnc oil tllP
deepest lmpicsslou on the pontltf. in
alto upon all who had seen him Gov-
e-ii"- Tuft afteiwnid called upon Cai
d.nul St'-lnhuber, hut the lattr waJ
tear having been eprceil that Am
erica would pa for the land of tho
trims with Philippine bonds, whlih. Il
Is considered, would depu-clate. Gov
ernor Taft explained that' tho bonds
would be Indoiked by the American
Government, and that Washington
would be icacly to pay cash. It will be
lmiosslble to establish a pi Ice foi all
the land, but. loughly nm.iKed, It will
le fiom $7.GO0.O00 to 110,000,000.
A rnmpany has heen formeel al
Seattle lor mining platinum lu the Til
hmeen lllver and Oranlte Creek do
poults, whero Chinamen hnvo Iipcii
earning thing wages for fifteen Kin
in recovering pjatliium fiom tho placol
We Mean WlmtNVehay I oui
rtilerrf tortl,ll"mtLI i
i mu ii.ulr.i t ljti SenJMani
ti' and m lid FRtC n a Knn.trlr p
.. i. m ..nP 1..1I (1 1m ti I 1.1 a a Trv. r!u miiiii e
A.i.pioROAl(t'n Uoi 3p;ll,1'tft ., f ?j, .f'!,,
Instruments Filed for Record June 24.
M L Gordon 0 W McDotignlt et
II A ftego et al Maria A Fieltas
et at .. ... ..
M A He?o et al M. J CaUMia et
ItonoKnn Sugar Co K. Lumahelhel.L
Carrie K. Kalrhua II. A. Heen ...I).
J P. Katiahnnal Young You L.
Ho Chock H. Kin Wai CM.
I) H'gashl 11. Illrnta CM.
Geo O Cooper P. K. Kawahineal
nnd wife llol
J. Kalee and wife Hugh Howell. D.
A. O. Ferguson A. R. Ferguson . . . D.
A. II. Feiguson Margaret Ferguson.!).
A. It. Fergubon Margaret Ferguson. D.
Gear. Lansing & Co., by trs. Kaono-
iilu lots Mar
Gear, Lansing & Co. by trs. Wat-
alae tract Map
Poo Yuen Tonjr Walalae tract . . .
James I). Lewis L. L. McCandles9D.
Alnx. I.nzarus Bankof Hawaii Mtg
Mary Charman et al. Hans Isen-
Ainry Chnrman e" nl. Hans Isen-
Mary Charman et al Hans Isnn-
IVIanl Jas. Keakaliuua L.
Jos. Keakahlwa Wm. Kaaunal. .CM.
Recorded June 16, 1902.
A. A. Montano and wife to V. S.
Uuffnndenu; partition dfd, 1 "Mm)
acres and water right. Manoa, Hono
lulu, Oahti; $1. Book 231. page 121.
Dated May 2.1, 1ii2.
C. F. Hcjnolds, commlisloni-r. to
V. S. Iluffandeau: deed: 1 "MOO
acres land. Manoa, Honolulu. Onhn.
Book 231. page 420. Dated June :,
A. A Montano and wlff to
Buffnubeau, commissioner 1
Giant 202. Manoa. Honolulu.
$2000. Book 231 page 421'.
jlmo 11 i;,,,.,
to Ana Eld-I-I'mi
redgc; moitgago. t
Mnnoa, Honolulu Onhu 51""". Book
200. page, fil Dated Juno 14, ISO;.
Recorded June 17, 1902.
H. C. All.-n to II. H. Sjlva nnd
wife: iclmse: It P :;wl and pie to
land, Honolulu, Oahu: $31:011 Bool;
iiV, pagd US. Dated Juno 1.. 1ni
J. K. Kealoha and wife to I).
Forbes, ttustcu, deed. Intercut in
Grant I7i:ii, Piianul and Paako llama
kua, Ilnwall $2lo. Hook .8, page i'4.
Dated Juno 7. 1!)2.
Bishop 11111I Company to Gear. Lan
sing and Companj , partial relcuho;
nine pieces land, Kulu. Maul, $1. Book
239, page OS. Dated June 14. Iiu2.
Llliuoknlanl to Kwong Ylck Wal:
lease; Ap. 1, Grant 1 ".'". Koolauloa,
Oahu; firtecn years at $2.',o. Book
213. page ll. Dated April 2. 1902.
M. I, Sea to Llual, lease;' K.il
Cll.'i, Honokohau,Maul; 1 per year
for life. Book 233, page US. Dated
April l'.l. 1902.
Lew em & Cooke to Chang Kam
Poo; release: leasehold. Kukul
xtrect. Honolulu, Oahu; $22o0. Book
221. pago 4i',7. Dated Jinn- 9, 1902.
Pang Wong to Pang Fat; bill .I
salo; one-half mteiest In premise,
Berctanla stieet, Honolulu, Oahu: $1,
000. Book 223, pge 420. Dated Junn
Recorded June 18, 1902.
Look Shun tc KUcr Mill Company,
lease, piece land Pauahi stu-et, Ho
nolulu, Onhu: fourteen joars nt IflO
per month. Book 23J page 120 Ijat
wl June IS.
months nt W
paw- l'.'3 Dal-
An American 'woman, belonging to
the noiiwnii rich, guc cnt to n ni.il.i
proplsm recentlj which Is choice lu Its
humor. Meeting un ucciialntanie on
the deck of an outgoing stenmer she an
nounced, with great elelat that she
was going nliro.nl to haw the dear girls'
(her two claughlcis) poi traits painted,
"Why not In America?" queried the
"Oh. I've tiled all the Amen lean
artists In wiln. Now we'ie going over
to ten what the old masters can do."
SPECIAL RATES FOR
A FAMILY RESORT.
Cottages and pleasant
rooms. American and Eu
ropean Plan Ucellent
Cutsluo and SrvIeo. Spe
cial weokly or monthly
Dost of Surf Bathing and
Canoeing all tho year
round. Hot and Cold Wa.
tcr Ilatlis. Bouffet, Liv
ery, Electric Lights.
L. II. DEE, Proprietor.
Illng up Phono llod 71.
rflANUFACTUREO FROM PURb
DISTILLED WATCR. : : : :
nnllverp.l to nnv nnrt of
wtj by courteoiia drlvern.
- -- r .
Oahu Ice and Electric
Oceanic Steamship Company
Tho steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hiunder:
FltOM SAN FIUNCIBCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA JUNE 27 'ALAMEDA JULY 2
SONOMA JULY 8, VENTURA JULY 8
In connection with the sailing or tne anove steamers, me agents are pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
oid from San Francisco to all poluts In the United States, and from New
'ark by any steamship line to all European ports.
TOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPJ.T TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL 'AGENTS OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pwiflc Coast.
S. OREGONIAN, July 15th.
S. S. NEBRASKAN (new) about July
S. S. ALASKAN, about August 15th.
Freight received at Company's wharf.
From San Francisco
S. S. NEVADAN, about July Bth.
From Seattle unci 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 above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA. FOR 8AN FRANCISCO.
HONGKONG MAHU .
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION
H. HACKFBLO &
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of the abore line, running In connection wltu the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. B. C, and Sydney, N.S.V
and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu, Suva, FIJI and Brisbane, are DUE
AT HONOLULU on or about the dates
rom Vancouver anu Victoria, B.
(For Brisbane and Sydney.)
Through. Tlcketa Issued from Honolulu to Canada. United Slates and
lurope. For Freight and Passage and all general Information, apply to
Thco. H. Davles &
GLOBE NAVIGATION COMPANY, LTD.
PUGET SOUND-HONOLULU ROUTE.
Connecting Direct without transfer with O. N". Ily, N. P. II.. and C. P.
It. Lowest ratos of freight from all eastern points; shortest possible time.
S. S. EUREKA, from Seattle, on or about
S. S. TAMPICO, on or about JULY 1
For further Information address
L. E. BEEBE,
2 Brewer Building, Honolulu. AGENT HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Globe Nav. Co., Ltd., Seattle, Wash.; P. W. Rochester, 308 Market St,
8. F.: Agents of above rjadt. will furnish Information.
DO NOT DELAY
tho purchase of a house lot In
Or. est suburb of Honolulu.
Tho remaining lota 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 100150.
Gear, Lansing & Go
DURABLE and ACCURATE
iin 1 Philadelphia, U.S..
America's Oldest nnd
Largest Walch Factory
For oalo by
Tho Principal Watch
ii. Corner of Reretanla Avenue
ami rimflibowl Street.
All Work Done by Hand
LACE CURTAINS A SPECIALTY.
1 J. ADADIE, Proprietor.
Telephone Blue 3552.
L 7' 2
I IP? 1
ALAMEDA JULY 23
South Brooklyn, at aU times.
NIPPON MARU JULY
APPLY TO P. M. S. 3. CO.
CO, LTD AGBNTSe
below stated, viz.:
From Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver. B. C.)
MOANA JULY 3
Co., Ltd., GcnMAftente.
Pearl City Hotel
A place for town people to lay oU
for a few days.
Furnished rooms, first-class meals,
dancing pavilion, nice picnic grounds,
also stabling for horses.
Convenient for a country outing.
J. W. CHAPMAN,
Everything New, Good Table, Nice
Cedrooms, Sample Room for Commer
cial Travelers. Opposite Landing, fine
view, cool and comfortable. Termi
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Fort 8t,( bet. Queen and Mcrchnnt
Breikfjit, Lunch and Dinner
Everrtnlng flrnt-clui. Complete lint
Key West and Domestic Cigar alwayi
H. J. NOLTE,
BELIAOLE JAPANESE and CHINESE
ISeHt of Help 1-iirnlHltecl on
Contract If ilcHlrcd.
Office Cor, Foil and King Streets.
Tel. lilu OS1.
VKltOSfl THE CONTINENT IHO
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FHANCTK
TWO TRAINS DAIU
Mlf THREE DAYS to Ch!cr.
Only FOUR DAYS to Xtv Tocfc
i aJlmiin Palace Sleepers. Buff. Etuofc,
Us and Library Cart, with, Bartal
kop and Pleuant Reading Roaexc
DlnlngfCars (Menli a-U.-cuM.
Free Reclining Chain.
Pulhnan Ordinary Steeper,
f. . LOTimOP. General Ajput.
lit Third street, Portland, Oreads.
1. W. HITCHCOCK, General ARtat,
Ko. 1 Montgomery St.Sas FiucUoc.
I. h. LOUAX, O. P. k. T. A.,
1471 Omaha. Nebraafot.
Hawaiian Tramway's re
KINC3 STREET UN6.
Can Itivt Walklkl for town it $j.i 19,1.45 4..
tatltTiry iBlnuttithrattcr till mm. tcti ni
11 jf p.m. iron vr a ik 1 to ra 10 ua Kunakou ai
sr.M. from Walklkl ko to tht Punafcou St.
Cart liavt R Paoea or Pawaa cMfcft hwi,
I !A M. anitvery i mlnuttthraafitf tTJ m8m.
uari ifava ron ana mnr, ttrtt twrwr m ruiaa
at A 10 A m. and avcry i mlauwa ahrr S ax?
Can Itavt for Patama only at j tnt 5- am.
Can Itava Palana lor Walklkl s-41 A m ntn
15 nlaulM till 4FM, then at to 13 juiI ti r.
rfatirti .A from Palama for PunatM y f
Can Itavt Fort ana Kins nrWcrxr (kUW
Ranca at $ o an4 o a.m
Cart Itavt Fort an4 Klnjt itrMtt corwt fiWt(rtt
t 6 os A M ancJtvcfy it minute till io-os. n 'lea t
to m and 1 1.15 PM, Thilj5P.M c-tJ
oq Saturday! only.
BERETANIA STREET AND f'VUAKU VAO.
Cart Itavt Punahou Stablt for Tr iiirU
lor Town and Valley at) 40 $ 50 6 i S 6i r "
j to a .
Cart Itavt Oahu Colle ft for town aad V-r.Tc
6 jo 6 jo and ? to a.m an-1 tr 10 Ehi tI iij
P.M.aictptthttven hour and hall, tCT can VKr
run from tht Stablt
Cartltive isuuanu Vallty at 6 is 6 h 41 lm ciX
avtry 10 nlnutai thereafter till 14 so P.M
Cart Itave Fort and Quen ttraett f-jr PAt
Collttt at 6 05 6 tj 6 4$ a M aod every m&uom
autr T.1119 4jr.m. nner mai tne car tn e is
Stablt UD to II toP.M. which la the lilcartrMTaiwL
rtaicblor the Stable at iiija p.m.
Telephone, to All Parts af the t&sl.
F.EALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. HENRIQUES, PHOE.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Uouotsiaav
An zcellent chance la oirrti ex ,
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriage meet the S. S. Usuu ia
it Kallua and take passengers ocmrUnA
to Hookems where the cteauuer U ewr
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, UtC.
STATIONS, daily uaaY
(Outiri; ei. Sun DAILY ei Sua oativ 0.K
A.M AM. AM P.M. PM
Honolulu .... Tie oil lis) Its t-arr
Pearl City... I o 9 4S it 40 li :p
Eea Mill... .Ill 10 0! lava r iaa,
Walanae 10 je tJCi
Watatua 11 .,.,. ; ,.H
Kahuku .. le a M
(toward) ei. Son. DAltr DHX OAST
AM A.M ?JH P.K.
KahukQ 5 a fa9
Walalua 6 ra a-ft
Walanae ria ... in
EwaMIII .y 14 iref .
Pearl City I.i l-e-l f a 4 V
Hoaolulu 6.)4 t S 11 r
r C. SMITH. Oen'l Pass, t Tfcsttt Act.
Q. P. DHNIBON. BuperinUodent
Drays for Freight
Our representative meets alt (scaa
Ing steamers from the CoaK; cod
check baggage on all outgolnc ftaau
White and Black Suit Rr iiii
Office with Erenlng Bulletin, tit
IJlnj itreeL Tel 85.
B. URSEK, M'T.
When You Want a tig
KING UP TUM
UVBRY BOARDINQ ui
1 1 t : : sis fort ctmtd
BUble 'Pboue, 109 Main.
Hack Stand, 'Pbonec 319 and i--C.
COTTON BROS. & CO
LNGINEERS AND : : J
Piaoa ao4 ettlmatea Iurnlhe4 lot sti dike,
'.unti acinic were-.
Tel. Main 245.
ROOM 30C 30STON OLK. Honolulu.
Honolulu Iron Work?.
Improved and modern SI Ct.Ut KA
CIIINKKY of every capae'ty aod d
icrlptlon made to order. Duller vorfc
nrt RIVETllU VU'ES for Initio
purposes a ppcclalty. Partlcuhr atten
tion Bald to JOU WORK, nnd mubw
' executed at shortest nctlre