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evening nm-urriN. honolulij. h. t. Monday, jui.y 7. 1902.
STOP THE PAIN!
j. i f, s g uuc niiteq, wcai uiuuc.is
mTiSlil i i Ka Vlint It 1,. a .M Lw.lr t. It
2$5r''' A ((. rMw
bills and lots of trouble.
Call and test It free or let mo s'eml jou my book describing how
cure. Inclose this ad.
DR. M. H. AlcLAUGHLIN,
906 MARKET STREET, San Fiancisco. !
jl Office hours, S a. m. to S:30 p.m.; Sundays, 10 to 1. 'j
t NEVER SOLD BY AGENTS OR DRUG STORES. '','
-,.-..-.. ..-.. -.-.. -... .,..... .. ........'!
'i.i.dn you are ready, Gridley,
Wh?n the AdTiral'c hair waa in
dj:;er, hs was prccpt to uso
He uritsp a3 follows concerning
it "I have at) C1KE DAWDPU7H
CVS2 fcr le p:l y:ar ar.j fond
it n e ' : 1 1 e . '. jr'-piraLion "
It i3 gj.rjr'sci to c'9
rar.drjr;. Itch. -3 S:air.
Fallirj lhi-, i I tD promote a
vijcrc.e. hi.i.iv.y gr:uh.
I .tatic-3 tro p!:ntifjl I t ineffec
the jen-int sa.d cvet.ivh.sre.
Coke Shampoo and Toilet $oap
A clghtful toilet eoa?. Giea the hair ar.d s.in the glooo
ni glow cf ysjth and perfect health.
A.R.Bremor Co. Chicago.
HOBRON DRUG COMPANY. FCRT AND KING STREETS.
IN THE CIIICUIT COURT OF THE
Firm Circuit, Teirlttiry ol Hawaii. t
Chambeis, In I'robate. In the XIntter
or t.ie Estate ot 7llllam Auld, lato of
Honolulu. O.ihu . Tho last will and
fvament of said deceased, hating
been presented to said Court, together
with n petition for the piobatu there
oi, nnd lor the Issuance of letters tes
tamentary to Joseph O. Carter bavins
been died, notice Is hereby git en that
Monday, the 4th day of August, A. I).
19u2. at Ul o'clock n. m of Bald day,
at the court room of said court, at Ho
nolulu, Oahu, be and the same hereby
Is appointed the time and place for
piovlng cald will and hearing said ap
Honolulu. June 2u, 1002.
By the Couit:
21S3 June SO; July 7. 14. 21.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Or TH.E
riist Clicult. Teiiltory of Hawaii. At
Chamber. In 1'iobate. In tho Matter
of the Estate of William C. Wilder,
late of Honolulu Oiliit, dec eased. Or
dor of XotUe of Hearing Petition for
Alton nnre of I'lnal Atcnunts. Dlstlibii
tlon and DIsrhaise.
On reading and
llllng the petition of tho Eseeutrlx of
the will of said deceased, wherein sho
asks that a flnar older may bo mado
of distribution of the piopeily leninln-i
lug In her Tiands to tho peisons theie
to entitled, nnd discharging her from .
nil fuither resroiiHlblllty as Biieh Ex
eeutrK, It Is ordered that Monday, tho
4th day of August, A. I). 1002, al ten
ocioen a. in., ni 1110 couti room 01 1110
n.. nt the
e.l as tl time and pLofor hTring
said court, nt Honolulu, Island of O.v
i-ald petition, nnd that all persons in
forested may then nnd thcro appear
nnd show cause, If nny they hae, why
the bame should not bo granted, and
may niercnt evldenco ns to. who nro
entitled to tho snld property.
,. ,. . ,, ,
Honolulu. Juno 23, 1902.
Dy the Court:
21S0 Juno 23, 30; July 7. U.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FIRST
Circuit. Territory or Hawaii. At Cham
bers, In Probate. In tho Matter of tho
Estate of Fiancisco Ilotclho, lato of
Honolulu Oahu, Deceased Tho last
will and testnment of said dcceaseil,
having been presented to said court,
together will, a petition for tho pn
bate thereof, and for tho Issunnco of
letters testamentary to Joaquin Cor
delro Gtllho having been Died, not I jo
is hereby given that MONDAY, tho 4th
day of AUGUST. A. D. 1902, at TEN
o'clock a. m., m tho Judlclnry building,
Honolulu Oahu, Is appointed tho time
and place foi proUng Bald Will and
heating said application, when and
wht 1 e any poison Interested may ap
pear and show cause. If nny they have,
why the prayer of said petition should
not be granted.
Honolulu. Oahu, Juno 30, 1902.
By the Court.
J A. THOMPSON.
J. M Vivas for Petitioner
21bu June 30, July 7, H, 21
Design your own ledgers, cash
books, etc, If you i?ro undecided, we
will help you. That 1b in our line and
the PRICE IS RIGHT, at the HVKN
IT TELLS YOU THAT YOUR KID
NEYS AND VITAL ORGANS ARE
When oti fed a pain In your back ".)
you had better attend to It. Those .'j
pains nrc inesmRcs telllm; ou of worn ')
out nencs. weal. Lldnuys and weak i!
on l.now J."
In time, t!
Dr. McLaughlin's Uleeirlc
c licit will ,
cure In ten das. It restores the .(J
warm, hcLlthy Hie to the nerves and
.til it ill. Lumen. i-uiil'Kiiiiiii, UIh 'It
writes Not. ldtlr "'Ihe licit did me lI
pood the minute I put It on. M back JiJ
la lettet nnd my fcldncjs nre In Rood ;
IfH u- r,....... n..i ..... n.
snnpe now. I think etcry man should
have one of your belts."
Every man who has a pnln or weak
ness should hae one. It saves doctor
you may fire"
e ycu get
NOTICE, REPUBLICAN PRECINCT
CLUBS, FIFTH DISTRICT.
Each precinct club shall meet at
7 30 p. m. on the second Krlday, IStH
of June, and shall then make nonilna
tlons for officers of tho club. On tho
fu.rth Friday, 27th of June, (hey Bhall
meet at tho same hour and elect off!
ccrs for tho ensuing two years.
On tho fourth Friday, 23th of July,
they shall meet at the samo hour and
mako nominations for members of tho
DlFtrlct Committee nnd Delegates to
the Tentorial Convention to bo voted
fur nt a primary to bo held on tho first
fcutmdny, 2d of August, between tho
hours of 2 and 8 o'clock p. in.
Officers and members of tho seernl
ircilnot clubs of tho Fifth District
will plenne sec that the nboo calls aro
carried out. O. 11. CARTER,
Chairman Fifth District Committee.
W. J. COEI.HO. Secrctaiy.
RE OPENING NOTICE.
J P. Ilodilgues ulahes to Inform his
customeid that be has le opened, tem
poral II). one door below nla 11I11 stand
on Foit slitot, oppojlto II. Hac'cleld H
Co. ..,.,. .,", ,
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ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At tho annual nicotine cf the stock
11(11111 I M n 1 II. I ill 1111- I.1IIIII llllll I III'
holdciH of tlu l'jcltlc Lund and
.,,, .,.. i,i.i . iinnntnii.
J"ne 7,th- ?; l"0 ro"owl,,nB akr
Be'. c,oc,cd l "m rr l" CMn,n8
recldent Yip See Young
VIr D,-,.lrfnt C n. Vm Mnn
Cr.lqpu U.n.u I nn Knnn
,- ... . ,, I
,.ICIU.G. .... t kUNI l.l.l
I Auditor, Pong Lum Mow
mo nbovo uanicil onireis, with
Pong Lum, I.eo King Chin. Pong Mu
Cheo and Leo Plug, Lonstltuto tin
board of dlrectois.
(Signed) HENRY LOO KONO.
California Safe Deposit and Trust
Company, corner California and Mont
gomery stB. For tho bIx months end
ing Juno .10, 1902, illiIdcnds,hnvo been
declared on deposits In the sin ings de
pattment of this company na follows;
On term dcopslts nt tho rate of 3 G-10
per cent per nnniim, and on oullnary
deposits at the rato of 3 per cent per
annum, treo of tnxes and payable on
and nfter Tuesday, July 1, 1902. DM
deiuls uncalled fur nro added to thx
principal after July 1, 1902.
J. DALZELL DROWN,
Tho German SalngB and Loan 8a
tlety, 520 California Street. For the
half year ending with June 30, 1902, a
dlUdend has been declared at the iato.
of thri e (3) per cent per annum on all '
ilnnrtflltR finr- nf tnvru luilnl.l.i itn unit l
nfter Tuesday, J11W 1 1902.
23-2w Secretin y.
Sunday Bulletin, $1.23 per year.
aj. Bo nr
I'lng pong porch part'es Is tho al
llterathe title of the latest form of en-
tcitalnmcnt. I'lay nltig rone iconic
will, and ns It Is too warm to do so In lrns"'",l',s ,lw Mo' ,( p" "nw-ill,
the house, the vciando Is brought into M""1 !,'iJ 1'. H".W'i Hook 21J.
requisition. If In the oenlng, It U l'W M ',1,0'l '"" 1" '"2
lighted with prtty Japan.8" lanterns, I Recorded June 24, 1902.
nnd the merry game goes on In the tool! p,,,, VnP11 r,mf, u walalne Tract:
Mne-wienthcd porrh. Lopirtneifhlp "-.I: Chinese dn-i
ling pong stocks are worn by the Rlol llol, Ml.Pt Honolulu. Oahu.
maid who Is an enthusiast ovr tho fl,p . ,,,,, $.nj, ooI T
game. They hae tin racquets and ,. .,,. , ,.,, , ,t,ni
ball, embroidered on th ends of tho,1"0 -"" "a'ei1 Mar'" '' ,0 '
tics. Recorded June 25. 1502.
Then there I, the ping pong shirt-; Knh.cl.inl ct al to I'onohawal Coffee
waist. This Is similarly decorated with Compan, lease: four arios of It I
cmbroldeieil Implements of the game 1057. I'utico Hllo Hawaii, ten enrs
Een hosiery has caught the trazc.'at $10. Hook 233, page 447. Dated
and the up-to-date maid ges ping June 17, 1902
ponging with bats and ballt embroider-! Llhuc Plantation Company to Ohun
ed on her silk stockings. Qunn; lease: piece Innil. Ilananiaulu
Plug pong belt clasps are also son Knunl; flip ears at $100. Hook 23'!
In the shops, and there ttems to be ,,agc no, iatt-U June 4, 1002
little In woman s .ippatel that doesn't Wllllnm C Ac III to Jose Ilarbora.
sho some eMdcnce of tbik fad of the llrC(,. o a nn 4 ,,Iot.,( in Ka,llla,
l"! , , , Itinrt. Honolulu, Oahu. $loo Hook
. wt iuv iiuciicn ui , I'ltJA jiuuK i,ll 1
come all mnnner of pretty souvenirs.
Match holders. aiOi re elvers, 1 rlc-a-brae,
all convey In om wjy tugges
tlons of the game, go If my lady wishes
to gle prizes, she finds their telectlon
an easy matter.
There me ping pong candj bccen to
send the girl who U fond of swetu us
well as of the game.
At the Jeweler s, ping pong prettlr.esi
Is legion. There are long pins,
brooches, n slender bar of gold, and
upon each Is a couple of ping pong
rackets, the "ping ponging ' part being
of mother of pearl, with an appearanco
somewhat like the uiltim cf the genu
ine racquet. The ballt are small round
Ping pong molds for Ices show small
racquets, their handles tied with rib
bons, the Ice cup Is fitted Into tho
So you see ping pong has captured
the commercial world ns well as the
social. The net thing to look for Is
n ping pong pickle. Some enterprising
pickle maker will no doutt toon pro
Chalimnn Cooper of the House Com
mittee on Insular Affair Is a lawyer.
He Is frequently called upen by consti
tuents to defend them in court when
at his home In Wisconsin. A voter
came to him last summer and nhl.l
him to go to couit for him In an nsmlt
case The other man was lndl beaten.
The complainant explained that the de
fendant had beaten him. He exhibited
his bruises and contusions.
"What did you beat this rann t-o un
mercifully for?" nked the Judge
"Your honor, I'll tell you." explained
the defendant. "He and I ewer playing
Bcven-up. I was six and ie wat. two.
I dealt and he begged. I gave him i
point I played the three c p-1 for low ;
lie played the two. I plaje,! the king
for high, and he took It with an ace.
Then he came back at me with the
queen and caught my Jack. Rltbt then'
"I'll dismiss this cate." delaied the
Judge, "for tho reason that any man
who would bg with such a hanJ Is net
honest and should be licked."
The purity of Japanese1 copper ob
tains for It a market al over tho
world, It bating the hl-'het known
electilcnl ronductllty oi pnv spo'l
mens of this metal procurable Thnl
value of the copper exported in 180U
The brolire statue of Richard P
Itl.iml. tn In, pit, toil nt t.harirn. itn.
Ills old home, has been compM-d and '
w'll be ninuutd as soon a
hf m Ifttal '
can be il 1 11.11 f ,1 The tlsiie l pisd
ns .iildiesslng thi people, with the light
hand upr.ils d
3W rLvH . nC.
y 5iu L--.
The Dr. Al.!en Eip-tr c ' Hi-It'
(withes- V3&f2? rm-orv cin-inteeJ
to poses$ w jll the .urat se n'ptfi
ties of thf e-r-nsive belt n. w s'ld bv
doctors and drucR. '. It g.r a very
tiong current of f!M-i.'tv anu 1 cally
! regulate J. BeunJ to s1 re- It Mhr. Can
. li.UHI11,lil IJI'IIIIU J 3 11 "
' be nail trom tne unjer cntj enlv: no
1 be had I
I Frs- Sent r .r. H ., '- 5.00
linents; no discount. ClKjvtret. Address
RUN AND HIT GAME
DY CONNIE MACK,
Manager of the Philadelphia American League Club.
In nenily eeiy Amtriean League dub there me, plnyer who work tho
11111 .md hit dtjlenf piny 10 11 dcgite of pcifectlou that is really aurpilslng
Twoof the moat niccfffcful players are l.ne Cross and Ilniij Ihuls, of tho
Philadelphia ttnni. The fuiu.ei !n une of the sliiewdest plnjeit on the din
iiiond, i.nd has the Instinct of guessing Just the right ball to sfut on, mid Hu
ms seems to enjoy the ill.tiiutlic ability to hit suece&sfully with the player
1 mining. This Is a great advantage tu the ttum, mid iiitrv'iiscs Ills wiluc ns n
With the iitser.t compot-itlon of the different clubs In tho American
League, Detroit and Chicago lead the other oigimlzatlons In playing tho most
seltlitlllc game. The p'tjeie. on these two tenuis nre rry fast, and know tho
game thoioughly. They will keep tliel.- opponent guessing continually ns to
11h.1t to look for when r.cxt rt bat Th iy will often hit the ball hard when It
Mould appear as though a i-airillto lilt Mould be the best play, and bunting
when kast expected. It is Ly these means that many games ure won that
otheiwlfcc would he lot.
Thnro are many different t'yles of team play, and club managers bine
their own Idcis ns to wnat .annular stylo lt best lltted for the players. The
Baltimore style or play Id far preferable! to all othcis when the dub Is mad"
up of fust spi lutei s an 1 ilaye s of nerve and good Judgment.
There Is nlwnjs ilaugti in tivingto foue a player to do certain work he
U entliclj unfitted foi, ar.J it often lesulls In spoiling many good playeis It
Is niHiE.ible :u allun th piuyeis to dlhcoier their own piirtleiilai adaptability
to any special Mle of pian,,' When tliey h.no tried many atjlea, they will
llnd they iun do one spc lal stylo better than another. They should then
bend all their energies In thU l'ructlnn townuls making u feuturo 01 It. All
ball playeis lmo net b"eorr.e famous thioiigh folloiilng tho same style ol
play, and the hlstjij of tl" wmic In merlc'a slions that those nnnici Hint me
now house hold woids. vunled with them at the tlmo a partltular alue In 1
special style of plpjlng.
(Continued Tomorrow.) '
Recorded June 21, 1902.
Samuel IMrKei 0 trustee, to Abl
K - iil ' I'nrkci. mortgagp. landn
234. page 4iil. Dated May 11 19 10.
Recorded June 27, 1902.
Angelus E Cunhn to I.. I.. McCnnd
less: deed: Ap 3 of II. P. 1Ci3. Kill.
291S. It. P. Sfls, Kill. fi3fi. and piece
land. Wnlnialu, It P. 213. one half Po
hakiipu 2. Ewa. Oahu; $30,0')0 Rook
235. page Co. Dated June 21. 1912
J. A. Luces and wife to S E I.u
ens, deed, lots 1. 2. 3 and 4. block 11.
of Kill. 83, Nuiianii nllcy. llnnciliii,
Oahu; $t. Hook 23S, page Cfi Dated
June 211. 1902.
Kiimukahl (w) to Tal I.ee Wal A:
Co.; lease: portion II. P. 4387. Knba
tin, Koolautna, Oahu: tmi yearn nt $3.
Honk 240, page 8. Dated March 1 !,
I.lhue Plantation Company, Limited
to Ichlgowa et nl,: lease; 1" 21-100
acres land, Hanninnulu, Kauai: ten
yearn ot $20 per acre per annum. Uook
210. page 3 Dated June 4, 1902.
Recorded June 23, 1902,
Wa Foy Wong to Jno. Walker,
deed, lotH 3 and I. block 3. of It P.
1302. Nutianu nllcy Honolulu. Oahu.
$1 1. Hocil. 231 page 41,2. Dated Au
gust 23 189(1.
I.lhue. Kauai, Jul 3 The Republi
can precinct club of Knloa. Kauai, held
an adjourned meeting o.Muda) eenlng.
Jul) 30, at Kolon District courthouse
in conformity with party regulations,
for the election of olllccix for the club
for the coming two years. The meet
ing was an enthusiastic one. and was
well attended, by both natlu'H and
The following perhons weie elected
to cilllco: P. .McLane. problem, E. E
Conant. flist Ucc piesfdent, .M A. He
go. second lce president, llcniy
Illukc. secietai), J. S. Feiry. assistant
seei clary: ('. Wllco,. tieasiuu, Judge
Kapahe. C. E. .Miller and A. Plller.
Judges of election, E. W Russell and J
Jensen, members of the oenitle com
Republican otei-H on Kau,il take a
gie.it Intel st In politic h, as they feel
that the good work done at the Inst
term of Circuit Court li Inducing U'i
foreigners to become American cltlzeni.
. t . . . . . ...
B' ,11C l1J' lB mIiciw 10 win ut tne
11 ih cxpci leu tnni nt ie.ui 11m more
foieigneis nil E.iunl will UKe nut theh
iiutiuiilli'utlim p.ipeiH nt the next term
of Clnult Com t In Sepleinbei. hum
therein In lease the niimber of cpiall
ll.l ...l, fi.H (l, . filnlliie Alahlllil. r.11,1
"'''' ot' IB '"r ""' c'ul'ig election cnei
llie iiiiiuiiii oiing nt tne i.im cieciiui
about thiee hiindied
. . a
A gentleman u lulling some bushes
leivoMil fiuiu IiIh gnnlrn tf till h's
j,:iuliiier to pull them up by llie roots
Some tlmi' after lie went In'" tin1 gai
d.'ii digging Hun lieu mound Ihu
.""' l,,"r(;''. "" ha" '. .,,M "' .'
I n"1 "ls ")un" yww 8,"'ul l"""icii '"
l""1 ""' ' "" ",llp "" '"" """
emiugh to pull them up hi the rootx '
"Oh. n. sli," replied the gardener.
"I 11111 stinng eiuiiigh, but I must dig 11
little befuie I uin rate ll bold of the
iciotH If on told 111c to pull them
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r.1 then, " -London Answeis
Oceanic Steamship Company
Tho ftchniers ot this lln will arrlvo and leave this port as h,ujndcr.
fHOM SAN FKANCISCO. FOR 3 VN riUNClSCO.
SONOMA JULY OZEAI.AMUV JULY J
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osii from San Francisco to all poluts In the United States, ana from Now
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American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
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Freight received at Company's wharf,
From Sun PrnnclHCo
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From Seattle and Tncomci
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Uy hnvln your photo
trilccn. iily work Is
oi the liIglicHt qunltty
anil prices rcuNonnble
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and Punchbowl Street.
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LACE CURTAINS A SPECIALTY.
J. ABADIE, Proprietor.
Telephone Blue 35S2.
has romoved to the
Arlington Block, Hotel Street,
In the Btore formerly occupied bj
H. W. Foster.
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Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
F.verytnlng first-class. Complete lint
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(lif THREE DAYS to ClliCJWJ.
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lis and Library Cart, with Bcrta
flkop ani Pleasant llmAlng Uxteu
Dining Cars (Meal o-U.-cittx).
Free Reclining Cbrira.
Pullman Ordinary Btoeprc .
. LOTHROP, General Ar?cfc
lit Third street, Portland, Orpm.
1. W. IirrCHCOCK. Oneral MwBJt.
Wo. 1 Montgomery SL.Sta mxcUot.
4. h. hOUAX, O. P. tt T. A.,
1471 Omaha, NVirrtt,
KINO STRUCT UKe.
Can Uiv. W.lklkl for town ( ., It.l4i A-
Qd tvtry isnlnuttttl)rtnr till t4f, i.-tf m
lljir.M tfOin W.lklkl (0 u 1M taAu kuVn.
Cm li.v.R Kn orl'i tctumm
I ija.m. and every t nlnuttttbMiafHrir; t&9jk.
Cart If avt t-ott and King ttrtf lorMrrsrt-iMaua
ate io A M. and tvery 15 nlautea tfttr VI .t-vf
Carl Itav. for Patama only af j and (-t A at.
Car Itav. Palama for Walblkl s at a r. wnA thy
M BlncUt fill g 49 P . than at i. if ab at.K
rbtiril A from Palama for fimalvw y c
Can laava Fort and Klnt trK carbr fa aUOa
Rant, at s vn and . to a M
Cara Itav. Fort and Klnjr lrftcofWTorWafWti
t 0 o) A and a vary tj mlnutet till t.r jm ii at
0 Hand no P.M. To. ll IJP.K. cmtef.ktl
an Saturdayi only
DERETANIA STREET AND FUUANU VAUET.
Can Uava Punahou Stjbl for Tofl f r m
for Town and Valley all to j jo ( ti 4-n jt 9 atl
t to A M.
Cart laav. Oahu Collet;, for t-iwn nt VCy at
ft a 6 to and ? 10 A M and even nlovm 1H mo
P M .acert the even hour and half, tMx ur
run from th. Static
Cart leave Nuuanu Valley at A n r 1 ."! M
very 10 mlnutei thereafter till 10 so P.a
Cart leave t-on and Queen ttre.tt for Pv&M
Collet, at ( of 6 as s A M and try re aUuM
alter till 94 P.M. Alter that tt can. nnnto
SUM. up to 11 sop.m. which It irMlaucaitYwTT4a
reaching the Stable at it jo p.m
Telephone to All Parts of tta kttzi.
tEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. IIEXRIQPE3, PROP.
Horses Hnd Cavrlagj&i
To the Volcano or the MovBLaian.
An excellent chance !i tt itd fa: (
SEB THE COUNTI5V.
Carriages meet the S. S. luiws. ut
it Kallua and Ukc paseengers OTerlu:
Hookcni, where tho stcaiue; is oi
O. R. & L. Cc
From and after Jnnuary 1. 18.
V-sliJ IB LBo
rVTIONS hauy oa
(Ouoari; ea Sun UAIlY ei Sun (laid tuft?
A l A M. A M V M H.v;
Hona'ulu ... f is q 11 ll-os 19 3r
Pearl City.... 8 r) g A tt i far tt-
Lwa Mill ..8)1 10 u tu t t it
Walanae 10 1 .. .. i ..-
Wtt.iua it ss .... t ....
Katbki 1. la . .. & ) ...
(Irwarl) bun I"' y oaur cnv
AM AM 1'Jl PM
uItu ... s aV
A'a'tiua .. 6 ... e-f
eVala ite ti r$3
Cri Mill ' . 1 tv
I'eail Cllr . . 6.1 j - if
Huniiulu ... (10 8 m i.(s at
F C. SMITH, Gen 1 Pass. & Ticket Atfi.
0. P. DHNIHON. Superictcndoct
' flHlallllllll IHHWIII II marefiar.leltSSlJWifsfl
Drays Top Frclijh!:
Our representative mfts tli iniraco
lg steamers from the CctM, tul ire
check baggage on all outgolor Kut-
I White tnd Black Ston For Sife
I omce with Evening uuiuwi, u
King street. Tel 66.
. LARSEH, B'ft.
When You Want a Rig
RlNO UP Tim
LIVERY BOARDIHQ mi
: 618 FortT BTntCT
Etsble "Phoue, 109 Main.
Hack Stand, 'Phones 319 snd 1.
C. H. B ELLIN A.
COTTON BROS. 6- CO
ENGINEERS AND : : .'
Piant ae4ettlmatet funilthad far ait cUaa
Tel. Main 245.
ROOM SOP 30ST0N BLK. Honcteabi.
Honolulu Iron Worts.
Improved and modern SUGAR Ui
CHINKIIY of every capar'ty snri de
scription made tn order. Uollcr waK
tmt niVBTED PIPES for Irrtcstfrui
purposes a specialty. Particular tutr
tlon paid to JOD WORK, sad rtticx
executed at ehcrtest notice.