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EVENING DULLETIN. HONOLULU, It. Tn THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1902.
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NOTICE TO CREOITOR8.
Letters Testamentary having been
only Issued to the undersigned A. L.
1-oulsson, S. M. Damon. A. Oartcnberg
and Theresa Loulsson as Executors
and Executrix respectively of tho Last
Will and Testament of ITORIUS
LOUI&80N, late of Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, 'deceased,
notice la hereby given to all persons to
present their claims against tho estate
of said Morris Loulsson, deceased, duly
authenticated, whether secured by
mortgage or otherwise, to H. M. Da
mon, ono of tho executors of tho Last
Will and Testament o. tho said Morris
Loulsson, deecascd, at tho banking
nounc ni nishop h Company In the
city of Honolulu, within SIX MONTHS
from the date of tho first publication
hereof or they will bo forever barred,
and all persons Indebted to snld estate
are hereby requested to make Immedi
ate payment to the said S. M. Damon.
A. L. LOUISSON,
8. M. DAMON,
Execntors of the Last Will and Testa
ment of Morris Loulsson, Dcc'd.
Executrix of the Last Will and Testa
ment of Morris Loulsson, Dec'd.
Honolulu, Juno 12th, 1902.
2171 June 12, 19, 20; July 3, 10, 17, 24.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Letters Testamentary having been
dul) issued to tho undersigned, Thom
as S. Douglas, as Executor of (ho Last
Will and Testament of SUSAN JANE
DOUGLAS, late of Honolulu, Island of
Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, deceased,
notlco Is hereby given to nil persons
to present their claims against the es
tate of said Susan Jano Douglas, do-cease-,
duly authenticated, whether se
cured by mortgago or otherwise, to
Messrs. Holmes and Stanley, attorneys
for tho undersigned, at their offlco on
Kaahumanu street in the City of Ho
nolulu, wlthlri SIX MONTHS from tho
(i ate of the flrBt publication hereof or
they will bo forever barred, and all
persons indebted to said cstato nro
i.creliy requested to mako immedtnto
payment to Messrs. Holmes and Stan
ley. THOMAS S. DOUGLAS.
Executor of tho Last Will and Testa
ment of Susan Jano Douglas, De
ceased. Honolulu. June 12th. 1902.
2171 June 12, 19, 2(7; july 3, 10.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
All creditors of Mary MacPhcrson.
deceased, nro hereby notified to pre
sent their claims, duly authenticated,
nnd with tho proper vouchors, If any
exist, even If tho clnlm Is secured by
mortgage upon real estate, to me at
my residence, DELMONICO HOTEL,
on Ileretanla street near Fort street,
next to Klro Station, In Honolulu, Isl
and of Oahu. Territory of Hawaii,
within SIX MONTHS from the date of
this notice. If such claims bo not pre
sented within six months from the
dato of this notlco they shall bo for
Dated at Honolulu aforesaid, JUNE
J. H. MACPHERSON.
Executor of tho Estato of Mary Mac
J. T. De Holt, Attorney for Executor.
2177 June 19, 20; July 3, 10.
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and prices reasonable)
Take elevator In Boston Block.
MANUFACTURED FROM PURE
DISTILLED WATER. '.'.It
Delivered to any part of
city by courteous drivers.
Oahn Ice and Electric Co
TELEPHONE BLUE S151.
HOFFMAN & HARKHAn.
John D. Rockefeller Jr. has arrived
In Chicago to study tho ueeds and con
ditions of the University of Chicago,
which has been tho recipient of sonio
of his father's millions. Students ari
wondering If bis visit Is not the for
'runner of another gift.
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nnvc tjw unMuuinu rinoi j
ARE YOU EASILY TIRED? ',
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HAVE YOt' LOST THE KIIIB .'J
and strength of youth? Have you Jfc
"come nnd go" pnlns In your back i)
ami shoulders? Are you growing
old too goon? X
If you have these symptoms or fi
any other sign of breaking down yi
of your nerves and vitality you will II'
nnd new life In Electricity as np- I.
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DR. McLAUQrtLIN'S ,J
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Is made for you. It Is the best way .11
to use Electricity. It pours a gen'
Market st., SAN FRANCISC0
p. ra.: Sundays. 10 to 1.
NOTICE, REPUBLICAN PRECINCT
CLUBS, FIFTH DISTRICT.
Each precinct club shall meet at
7:30 p. m. on the second Friday, 131 tt
of June, and shall then mako nomina
tions for officers of the club. On tho
fourth Friday, 27th of June, they Bhall
meet at the same hour and elect offi
cers for the ensuing two years.
On the fourth Friday, 25th of July,
they Bhall meet at. tho same hour and
mako nominations for members of the
Diftrlct Commltteo and Delegates to
the Territorial Convention to bo voted
fur at a primary to bo held on tho first
Saturday, 2d of August, between the
honrs of 2 nnd 8 o'clock p. m.
Officers nnd members of tho several
ireclnct clubs of tho Fifth District
will please see that tho abovo calls are
tarried out. G. n. CARTER,
Chairman Fifth District Committee.
W. J. COELHO. Secretary.
Republican Precinct Clubs,
The number of Delegates allotted to
each precinct, according to tho repre
sentation established by the rules, Is
No. Delegates No Delegates
to District to Territorial
pntCUCT Committee Convention
First 8 4 '
Second 19 9
Third 3 1
Fourth 14 7
Fifth 0 3
Sixth 4 2
Seventh .... 1 l
Chairman Fourth District Committee.
W. II. CONEY. Secretary.
HONOLULU SCOTTISH THISTLE
Picnic at Moanalua July 4th.
Drakes leave Capitol Building 8:30
Tickets, 2.00 each; to bo had from
23-July 1; July 3
California Safo Deposit and Trust
Company, corner California ami Mont
EOmety Bts, For tho bIx months end
lug June 30, 1902, dividends havo been
declared on deposits In tho savings de
partment of this company as follows
On term dcopBlts at the rate of 3 C-10
per rent per nnnum, and on ordinary
deposits at the rato of 3 per cent per
annum, free of taxes and payable on
and after Tuesday, July 1, 1902. Dlvl
denda uncalled for nre added to th
pnuclpal after 3uly 1, 1902.
J. DALZELL DROWN,
A dividend 1b duo nnd payable to tho
stockhoTuers of the Inter-Inland Stcau
Navigation Co., Ltd., at tho office of
the company, Queen sCrewt, on Wed
neaday, July 2, 19U2. Tho stock hooka
will ho closed to transfers from tho
2d to tho All insts., Inclusive.
N. n. GEDOB,
Honolulu, July 1, 1902. 2187-tt
The German Savings and Loan So
ciety, 520 California Street. For tho
half year ending with Juno 30, 1902, a
dividend has been declared at tho rato
of three (3) per cent for annum on all
deposits, free of taxes, payable on and
after Tuesday, July 1, 1902.
Cuu, Corner ot Beretanla Avenue
and Punchbowl Street.
All Work Done by Hand
LACE CURTAIN8 A SPECIALTY.
J. ABADIE, Proprietor!
Telephone Blue 3552.
f TEN CENTS A DAY LIVINfi f
J Instruments Filed for Record July 2.
,Uank or Hawaii, Ltd. W. C Achl
j, j, $, $, 4. , .t, ,8. 8 , s it, ,:, ,;, A, ,s, .v Par.Hel.
OVER In New York they havo S. Rosenberg, by atty, T. Cllvo Da
been making some food exper vies i.,
iments. And If one Is willing Sing Loy Co. T. H. Davles & Co.,
to adapt his palate to his pockctuook, Ltd Assmt.
It has been conclusively demonstrated Instruments Filed for Record July 3.
thnt he can live on ten cent a day and.
ti -e all the food necestmry to health.
The demonstration showed a day's
meals, consisting of breakfast, dinner,
and supper, for a family of six nt a to
tal cost of CO cents, nnd, according to
the dietary standards laid down by
Professor Atwater and other food ex
ports, the proper food balance was
maintained. The family provided for
was supposed to consist of a laboring
man. n hard-working woman, an agd
woman, a woman engaged in moderate
ly hard work, and two boys, aged 12
and 10 years, respectively.
Dutter was conspicuous for Its ab
sence, although two tnblespoonfulB
were ntlowcd for the day's cooking. On
the breakfast table were a mould nt
oatmeal, six bread rolls, nnd coffee,
with mill: and sugar. For luncheon
there was lentil soup, ryo bread, nnd
cabbage saiad, with a boiled dressing,
made without oil. Dinner consisted of
boiled mutton served In n ring of rice.
a dish of carrots, rye bread, and an in'
dlan meal suet pudding, with caramel
sauce. The total weight of the fojd
for the three meals was about seven
teen pounds, or less than three pounds
a day for each person. An annlyslH of
the food elements showed that about
two-thirds of an allowance was carbo
hydrates, about one-sixth proteine, and
about one-fifth fat.
The staples of the diet wore oatmeal,
of which one pound was allowed; len
tils, one pound; rye bread, one nnd
one-half pounds and neck of muttn.i
two and one-half pounds. The oat
meal cost 3 cents, the lentils ." cents,
tho rye bread 2 1-2 cents, and the mut
ton 15 cents. The balcnre of tho H)
cents went for milk, susnr, rolls, cab
bage, butter, rice, carrots, cornmeal,
suet, molasses, spices, eoda, and cof
fee. Of course. If One doesn't have to llvo
on this amount, all well and good, but
If ho docs, ho might as well know how
to get the most nourishment for the
money expended. And Instead of go
ing nround lean nnd hungry, he can Ijh
fnt and healthy If he will only spend
his allotted dime Judiciously nt least
so say tho scientists.
Here nre some of the menus given
for a ten-cents-n-day diet:
Cereal and Milk.
Creamed Codfish on To'att.
Cocoa Shells or Coffee.
Baking Powder Biscuit with Molasses
Cabbage Salad. v
Beef Roll. Rice.
Carrots. Spaghetti nnd Cheese.
Plum Pudding Without Eggs.
Oatmeal and Milk.
Cornbcef Hash. Toast and Butter.
Beef Stew, with Carrots, Onions nud
Oatmeal Pudding with Sugar and Milk.
Mnsh and Skimmed Milk.
Potatoes. Coined Beef. Lima Beans.
Bread and Butter.
Baked Omelet. Creamed Potatoes
Cheese. Toast. Milk.
There nre three States which havo no
debt Iowa, Neliratka and Illinois.
There are three other States which have
aimost none California, Montana nnd
Aldtn E!ftr,c "Belt'
pensorv !, cuamnteed
all the vurative ircner-
ties of the esrenslve belts now sold by
doctors and druKg'. 'a. It elves a very
stiong current of electrLty .tndlseally
regulated. Bound to surerede other?. Can
be had from the underr.lr.ned rnly, no
anentsj no discount. Circular free. Address
Plorcc lilcctrlc Co , -e6 Pest St., Sin
Frr.aro Sent tre tn Hawa 1 lor 5.0O
GROWTH OF BASE -
BY CONNIE MACK,
Manager of the Philadelphia American League Club.
Team work Is now the foundation of n club's success. Manager Hanlon
did not bring his team to a state of perfection without un Infinite amount of
trouble. He did not cpnflne himself U any particular stylo of play, but vari
ed It according to the team against wlnm his men might be playing. The run
and bit game so sttccestfully introdue:d by Hanlon wns followed with suc
cess not only when a playei wan on first base, but also with a runner on sec
ond, and In this way the other players were kept guessing what to expect.
Such work was certain to have Its effect on other teams, the players of
which were not coached ns wel. aa that of Ilaltlmore, and as a result the other
teams became demoralized, and mado victory an easy matter for Hanlon'
In every city visited by Baltimore ins a good Impression prevailed. The
nggressUe playing of Hanlon'b men caught tho crowd, and loud were the
complaints against the local mauugeracnt on the score that the members ot
the home team did not play the game 33 It should be. The success of Haiti
moru created the desire to tee the other teams follow In the same lines and
play tho same kind of snnppy, aggresalve game.
Jinny clubs tried tho experiment, bjt with llttlo success. Thero was an
absence of the brainy dement which mado it so successful with tho Ilaltl
more Club. The playeie fulled to'grasp the full advantages, wlillo the play
Itself was executed In Mich a. half-hearted manner that It could not but
fall In Its purpose. In addition to this, tho absence of speedy runners badly
handicapped the other dntm, who woro thus compelled to stand back and
watch tho work of Haltlmorc with envy.
"'j""cr " (Continued Tomorrow.)
J. w. Welte Chas. H. Douglass . . .D.
Recorded June 23, 1902.
J. F. Ultima to Estate S. U Wilder
Limited; deed; piece land, Llllha St.,
Honolulu, Oahu; $1 and $2000, etc.
Book 234, pagu 451. Dated June 12,
Recorded June24, 1902.
M. A. Rcgo el at. to Maria A, Frcl-
tas ct al.; deed; portion lot 4 of por
tions Kul. 1071 and 59r'L. Alcwa, Ho
nolulu. Oahu; $100. Book 238, pago
60. Dated April 17, 1902.
M. A. Rego ct al. to It. J. Catdclra
et al.; deed; portion lot of portions
Kul. 1074 and 59FL, Alcwa, Honolulu,
Oahu; $750. Book 238, pago G2. Dated
April 17, 1902.
Carrlo K. Kalchua to II. A. I Icon;
deed; Aps. 2 and portion 7 of II. P.
3559, Kul. 5002, Honokownl, Kaannpa
II, Maui; $500. Book 238. page Si. Da
ted June 17, 1902.
J. P. Kahawal to Young Yon;
lease; piece land, Nlolapa, Honolulu,
Oahu; ten years at $84. Dook 233,
page 433. Dated July 30, 1900.
J. Kalcwo and wife to Hugh Howell;
deed; (Irant 2474, Puumallc, Koolau,
7Iaul; $30(1. Rook 238, page 55. Dated
April 21, 1902.
A. O. Ferguson to A. R. Ferguson;
deed; portion It. P. 3052, Kallhl, Ho
nolulu, Oahu; W. Book 238, page 56.
Dated June 24, 1902.
A. H. Ferguson to Margaret Fer
guson; deed; porttoh It. P. 3052, K--II
111. Honolulu. Oahu; $t. Hook 238,
page 57. Dated Juno 24, 1902.
A. It. Forguson to Margaret Fer
guson; deed; portion R. P. 3032, Ka
llhl, Honolulu. Oahu; $1. Book 238,
page 58. Dated Juno 24, 1902.
.Mary Charman ct al. to Hans tscn
berg; lease; Interest In It. P.'h C7J
nnd l'i!fi. Wellwell. Kolon. Kauai;
twenty yenrs nt $35. Book 233, page
437. Dated May 31, 1902.
6IIOCK TO MADDKN'tj DIGNITY.
Washington, June 13. Third Assist
ant Postmaster General Mndden re
celcd a letter today from u resident
of New York city saying that he Is In
teiestcd In a guessing contest which Is
being operated from n northern city,
nnd naked that an estimate of the
probable amount of the postal revenues
for the flscnl ycur of 1902 be gven blm.
Mr. Madden Is strictly temperate, his
sense of humor Is not excessive and
his dignity covers him like a cloak,
winter nnd summer, and his expression
was something good to sec when ho
opened the letter, which was marked
"Personal." and a dime fell out. nround
which wns wrapped u piece of paper
"Sorry to hae troubled you, old
man; have a drink on me."
COULDN'T REACH IT.
A tall, lanky countryman once ap
piled to tho late Al Johnson, tho trac
tion magnate, for a Job as conductor.
"I don't think wo want to hire ou,'
said the official. "Wo find that we have
been losing money lately because our
men were not tall enough. Now tell
me, do you think ou could reach the
cord that runs to the fare register?"
The countryman Ironed out the stoop
In his shoulder and drew hlmbclf up !
his full height.
"I stand six feet ono In my stockln'
feet, he sulci, with evident pride.
. "Oh, tho devil!" said Johnson, "we
imvu mi-u in unr employ wuti can ueni
that, and they can't reach the leglster
JUST MISSED IT.
"Illirit I Tin tf rims nm o-ri.at aprnili
amonB tll0 neRrocg of tho ,,,, 0
ono occasion the old black prtacbet
took two candidates, one a middle-aged
sedate, quiet man, the other a young,
excltnble fellow. Well out In the
stream, where tho water was waist
deep, ho put the older ono dotn first,
who ramo up, folded his nrms and
looked dlRnlflcd and pious. The young
rr one. after being put under, came up
greatly excited nnd shouting "Glory!
glory! I teed do Lord! 1 seed Him In
tho water, right ilonu dar at de hot
torn!" The older one. patting him on
the shoulder, said: "Hush, honey,
hush; dat wnrn't tie Lord. I seed It
It was nothln' but a terrapin."
The submarine boat Is not a success,
ninny declaic, because the persons on
board of them nto In more danger than
the enemy .
BALL TEAM WORK
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as htiander:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
In connection with the sailing or tco above steamers, tne agents are pre
jared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
oad from Ban Francisco to all points in tho United States, and from New
Tork by any steamship line to all European porta.
FOR 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 Pacific Coast.
S. 8. OREQONIAN, July 15th.
S. 8. NEBRASKAN (new) about July 25th.
S. 8. ALASKAN, about August 15th.
Freight received at Company's wharf,
Prom San Francisco
S. S. "NEVADAN" JULY 17
Prom Seattle and Tncomu
S. S. "HAWAIIAN" AUG. 10
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSE,
fieneral Freight Agent H, HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Dccidental 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 MARU JULY 6
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION
H. HACKFBLO &
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
teamen ot the above line, running in connection wltu the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. B. C, and Sydney, N.8.W.,
and calliuc at Victoria, D. C Honolulu, Suva, Fiji and Brisbane, are DUE
AT HONOLULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.:
from Vancouver anu Victoria, B. i
(For Brisbane and Sydney.)
Throuxa Tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada. United Statei and
Inrope. For Freight and Passage and all general Information, apply to
GLOBE NAVIGATION COMPANY, LTD.
PUQET SOUND-HONOLULU ROUTE.
Connecting Direct without transfer with O. N. Ily., N. P. It., and C. P.
R. Lowest rates of freight from all
S. S. EUREKA, from Seattle, on or about
S. S. TAMPICO, on or about AUGUST 1
For further Information address
L. E. BEEBE,
2 Brewer Building, Honolulu. AGENT HAWAIIAN I3LAND8.
Globe Nav. Co., Ltd., Seattle, Wash.; P. W. Rochester, 308 Market St,
S. F.; Agenti of above rjjdt, will fur nlth Information.
DURABLE and ACCURATE
The Keystone Watch Case Co.
.,tat.ii.a ,. Philadelphia. U.S.A.
America's Oldest and
Largest Watch Factory
For salo by
The Principal Watch
bat removed to tho
Arlington Block, Hotel Street,
In the store formerly occupied by
H. W. Foster.
M. PhilHos & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobber.
European and American Dry Goods
Fort and Quean Bta
MRS, A. SCHOELLKOPF,
TEACHER OF PIANO.
Honolulu, T. H,
Hotel Street, Opposite Advent Church.
Itcpresentatlve Rabcock of Wiscon
sin, shned off his luxuriant black
beard the other morning, and the door
keepers refused to admit him to the
floor of tho House until he had been
Identified. Mr. Ilabtock had not been
shaved before In fifteen years.
Pittsburg has decided to establish n
thoroughly equipped public washhousc
for tlio benefit of poor women who
make a living as laundresses, A room
will also bo provided for the care of
arjC. tf,u n
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
VENTURA . ,
ALAMEDA . ,
42d St., South Brooklyn, at all times.
NIPPON MARU JULY 8
APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
CO, LTD. AGENTS.
From Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, B. O.)
MOANA JULY J
eastern points; shortest possible time.
Pearl City Hotel
A place for town pcoplo to lay oO
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
Dedrooms, Sample Room for Commer
cial Travelers. Opposite Landing, fine
view, cool and comfortable. Terms
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Port St., bet. Queen and Merchant
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Brerytnlng first-class. Complete line
Key West and Domestic Clgara alwayi
H. J, NOLTE, - Proorielor,
RELIABLE JAPANESE and CHINESE
Meat ot Help I'urnlulted on
Contrnct if ilcHlred.
Office Cor. Fort and King Streets.
UJJIOM THE CONTINENT r0
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCC.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
iiiy THREE DAYS to Chkago.
Only FOUR DAYS to Nw Tot,
fallnan Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Emote
lag and Library Cars, with. Barfrea
aop and Pleasant Reading Room.
Dining Cars (Meals a-Ia-carta).
Free Reclining Cbslra.
Pullman Ordinary Sleeper.
I, K. LOTHROP, General Agent.
ltl Third street, Portland, Orataa.
1 W. HITCHCOCK, Genorat Agent,
Wo. 1 Montgomery St, Sin Fraadaea.
a. h. LOttAX, O. P. ft T. A..
1471 Omaha, Nebraska.
Hawaiian Tramway's Tim
CINQ STREET LINB.
Can ltr Wilklkl for town al j f, .i. .j i.m
uttTtrr salfKittithtriilur till imi, ii;ij
lll P.M. iron Wtlklkl to to till Puukov SttlUt,
Cim UtrtR Rini orPiwai twit for ma t
I'fU.M. tod avarjr ia mlnutta Umaaftar mi itbMl.
Can laavt t-oil and Klnr rraart coaaM- nr a-staaM
ate. ia a.m. and tvtry I aalootti irtar tfll na
Carl laavt for Patina only at f aa4 5:ao A a.
Can Itava Palana lor WalklklfMlA-M.aa aw
i nloutai till o ai P M , than at ia.it ul i4 PJt
rhait'ta J. rram Pil.m. fnt PihiiSm mIw mm
to Wllktal on Saturdiyi.
Carl laava Fort ana Klitf; KtaaUcoroaa (at KMa
Raata at s to and t-to a.m.
Cara laivi Fori and Klr.c itrti coraar far Wank
t o o A M. and tvtry i; mlnulai till lotr-a at
io:jt and n:-j p.m. Tbl ii:js P.M. (oaa to Wt&fxi
tn Saturday only.
BERETANIA STREET AND r'UUANU VAUEr.
Carl Itlvl Punahou StaMa far Tawv af -
for Town and Vallty all 40 5 50 e.to .a a tad
Cariltlva Cahu Colttrt far town tmA VaJlwat
6 jo 6 so and t:io a.m and tvtr ao rcrmilti tnt tact
i-.pi. aatapiina ayan novr ana Dtrf, wltr cart WCX
rcnfron tbt Statla
Can liavt Nuuanu Valley at &'io d.tod aaA.Ma4
'try to nlnutai thartaltar till 10 10 p.m.
Cara laava Fori and f)nn a,r, ,m Pin.au
Collld at t of 6.,j e a.m and aruy a aVauarw
lltar till oil P.M. Atlar that tht cara ran la eta
Stabla op to ii:jop,m. wtilch lilha linear fraaa Tam
riacblor tba Stabla at n:)o P.M.
Telephone to All Parts -of ttolsto-t.
tvEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. Q. HENRIQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
!o the Volcano or the Hoantalaa.
tin excellent chance U ottered -fat
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriage meet the 8. 8. Maun una
it Kallua and take paaaengera OTtxiasr
to Uookena, where the (learner ta ma
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January L UtaV.
Paarl City ..
1. Sun. daily 11. Su, tvmr
A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M.
. 7:1a rjt Itt ti
. I.ol a at 1141 MT
. t 11 tocoS aaa rwl
10 i . 4-4S
II. Set- -DAILY CULT
A M. A.M V.H
6 ia v
... 4. it
r O. BMITH. Qenl Paai. Ticket
O. P. DHNISON. Buperinteadoct
Drays for Freight
and Lumber.......-. -
Our representative meeta all iricat.
(ng steamers from tho Coast, and r.
check baggage on all outgoing tteau-
White and Black Sana For Stfe
Office with Evening BolWOo, HI
King street. Tc) 66.
When You Want a Rig
ring up rum
LIVERY BOARDING and
c 1 1 : : sib fort trrm-ci
Stable Tboue. 109 Main.
Hack Stand, 'l'noncs 319 and J
C. H. BELUNA.
COTTON BROS. & CO
ENGINEERS AND '. S i
Punt ib4 iitlraalcl furnlibii for all ctaia
Tel. Main 245.
ROOM 300 SOSTON DLK. HonoltAu,
Uonoluln Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUGAR Ua
CHINERY of every capor'ty and
acrlptloa made to order. Boiler worM
nd RIVETED PIPES (or trtigatlaai
purposes a specialty. Particular attajv
tlon paid to JOB WORK, and repair
xecuted at shortest notlca.