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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T.. TUESDAY, JULY 8. 1902.
MEN, WAKE UP!
iup rinck Wenk ?
Are You Easily Tired ?
WW . 'x-l A i
M 5? r
liumis mu viiui powers, ciiricuus
J the circulation and rhakes yon feel bright, active nnd vigorous in one
night's lite. You get stronger each day, and In n few weeks on nro
f a new man, stronger and younger In the fire of youth, it Is grand,
thjs method of mine, and every man who has ever used It Is prals-
J Ins It TRY IT NOV.
J Don't delay trying It. Your future happiness depends on your
chcrklng this drain upon your vitality, bo Btop It now and jou can ho
t sure of n long and vigorous llle, mil of the Joys of a healthy vigor.
J Don't Drug. Drugs can't euro you. as you know If you have tried
- them. My Delt cures bocnusn It Increases nnr nervn nowor nnd vl.
tallly. If you will call I will give you n free test of what I enn do. If t
.. you can't call send for my heautllul Illustrated hook, telling about my
4- method. I send t sealed free. I have 50,000 cures. Call or write to- -f
T day. Send this ad. J
I Dr. M H. McLaughlin, 00 M"rK J
i Office hours. 8 a. m. to 8:30 p. m.; Sundays, 10 to 1. 1
Many a mother ha3 been spared
a night of watching and worry
ing by the prompt use of Kicka
poo Indian Oil, upon the first in
dication of pain in her children's
stomachs or bowels. A piece of
flannel wet with Kickapoo In
dian Oil applied to a child's
aching stomach or bowels will
relieve in less than ten minutes.
A bottle at hand is as good as a
doctor, but lcs3 expensive.
" I want to tell you what your Kickapoo Indian
Oil did for my son. He woke up almost crazy
with cramp3 in his stomach and bowels. He was
relieved by the Oil as uoon as I used it and in lcs3
than is minutes later he went to sleep. Thanks
to this remedy which i3 really a doctor in the
house." Mrs. F. Williamson, West Point, N. Y.
eta. a Bottle
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE TO CREDIT
Tho undersigned having been dulj
appoint! d Executor of the will of I.
Kaiunnnwa Kuahu (10. late of Houolu
lit, Island of Oahu, Territory of Ha
waii, deceased, notice Is hereby given
to all persons having claims against
'the said estate to pieEcnt tho same
with pioper touchers. If any exist, du
ly authenticated, whether secured by
mortgage or otherwise, to tho under
signed at the olllee ot Peterson & Mat
tbuwiuan, Kaahumauu sticct. In said
Honolulu, within 1 months from Ili-J
. it.i. ii. ..- 1 Ill I.-. f. I
iiacco. ui. ur, .. ""-"'"""'"
over haired. And nil persons Indebted
. ...i.i ...t. .r hri.v roniiPHieri .
make Immediate payment theiuof tn
Executor of the WJI1 of P. Kiimanawa
Dated Honolulu, T. 1L, June 17, A.
U17C June 17. 21: July 1, S, 15.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP 'fill:
First Circuit, Territory ot Hawaii. At
Chambers. In Piobate. In tins Mutter
ut the Kstate or (luoige Kinest Angus
tlno Tnrum. Into of llonolul.i. Oahu,
deceased. Tho last will and testament
til' said deceased, having been pit-sent-til
to said Couit. together with a peti
tion for the probate thereof, and for
the Issuance of letters testamentary to
Thomas O. Thrum hnvlng been filed,
nollco Is hereby given that Monday,
the 4th day of August. A. D. 1002, at
10 o'clock a. in., of said day, at tho
court room of Enid Court, at Honolulu,
Oahu, bo and tho samo hetehy Is ap
pointed the tlmo and plnco for piovfng
said will and hearing said cppllcntlou.
Honolulu, July 1st, 1D02.
Dy the Couif
2187 July 1, 8, 1G, 22.
NOTICE, REPUDLICAN PRECINCT
CLUBS, FIFTH DISTRICT.
Each precinct club shall meet at
7:30 p. m. on tho second Friday. 13IH
cf June, and shall then make nomina
tions for officers of tho club. On tho
Uurth Friday, 27th of Juno, they shall
meet at tho Bamo hour nnd elect olll
cors for the ensuing two years.
On tho fourth Friday, 25th ot July,
they shall meet at tho Bamo hour and
mnkn nominations for members of tho
District Commlttco nnd Delegates to
the Territorial Convention to ho voted
fur at a primary to ho held on tho first
S-aturday, 2d of August, between tho
hours of 2 and 8 o'clock p. in.
Officers nnd members of tho several
I reclnct clubs of tho Fifth District
will please eeo that tho abovo calls arc
tarried out. (1. II. CARTER,
Chairman Fifth District Committee.
W. J. COr.LHO. Secretary.
General bookbinding, ruling, gliding
embossing, maps, charts and artistic
printing at the BVKNINO UULLDTi;
Have You Dragging Pnlns ?
Have You Varicocele V
Have you lost tlio flro nnil
Btrength of youth? Hnc you
"conic and go pains In your back
anil shoulders? Aro you growing
old too Boon?
If vnn linvn thnen avmfitnma ir
nn other Blcn of breaking down
U. JUII 1L I '" II 111. .Iltllllj JUII
w1" fini1 '" w ,llc ln cli-itrlclty as
applinl wh.li' joii sleep.
,.,. . , ,. ,,,
Is made for ou. It Is the best way
" 'locrlc"'- " pours a gen-
UU Mll'tllll Ul IIIU IIUU WIU CUK
parts cnnttnunlly for hours ecry
night. It refreshes tlio nerves, ex-
at all Druggists
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the annual meeting r.f tho stock
holders of tho Pacific Lnnd nnd Im
provement Company held at Honolulu
June 7th, 1902, the following officers
wcro elected to servo for tnu ensuing
"resident Yip See Young
Vice President C. G. Yee Hop
Secretary Henry Loo Kong
Treasurer Lum Hln
Auditor Ponn Lum Mow.
Tho above named ofticets, with
I I'oiiB Lum, Lee King Chin. Pong Mil
i. " , ' , ... , ..
Chco nnd Leo Ping, constltuto tin
board of directors.
(Signed) HDNRY LOO ICONO.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
Shippers of freight by steamers i f
the niter-Island Steam Xitwgutlun Co.,
Ltd., nro heieby notified thnl a new
fi.rm of shipping receipt hns been
adopted by tho company to go Into rf.
feet at once.
Frelgnt will ho accepted, however,
ui the old form of receipt up to Octo
ber 1st, 1002, alter which date, freight
will he received ouly on the new fopu
of receipt, a copy of which can bo
seen at the oftlco of tlio company,
CxTKll-LSLAXn SThAM NAVIGA
TION CO, LTD,
210D-lm J. DNA. President.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
On nnd nfter this date hills of lading
will ho Issued by this company. Instead
of shipping receipts ns heretofoie.
Freight will bo teielved under tho
old foim of shipping receipt up to Oc
tober 1st, 1902, but nfter thnt date tho
bill of lading only win bo accepted.
vTTLDDR'S STDAMSHH' COMPANY,
C. L. WIOHT.
Honolulu, Juno 10th, 1002. 2171-2St
California Safe Deposit and Tiust
Company, corner California nnd Mont
gomery sts. For tho six months end
ing June 30, 1902, dividends have been
declared on deposits in tho savings de
partment of this company as follows:
On term deopslts nt the rato of 3 ii-10
per cent per annum, and on onllnary
deposits at tho rato of 3 per cent per
annum, free of taxes and payable on
and uftcr Tuesday, July 1, 11)02. DM
dends uncalled for are added to th
principal ut).cr July 1. 1902.
J. DALS'.ELL I1ROWN,
I Tlin flnrmnn snvlnp find T.nnn Rn.
'cleiy, 3:o CalUoruUi Sticct. For tho'
half enr ending with Juno 30, 1902, ai
'dividend Ins been deilared ut tho rato
of three (3) p?r cent per annum on nil
'tleporlls, free of taxes, payable on nud
after Tuesday, July 1. 19.12.
I ClEOItafi TOURNY,
ME llfilllll OFFICE!)
ffl DID IN
Dy all odds the tfrdicst. mot .le.'Clian ("boon Yuen Tong et nl. ...11.8
orous and most refitting peisonnllty
that has been -nlng u th thn n - 'inl -
ci,)al'ty of St. Paul lor the 'nst twenty ,
yivi Is Dr. Jiijiik Olw iproni'itii-.n
"O'llogglc'i. who ha -.t resign-d ld
1-1 db public henlt.i ct er t ! I.itl I
'own tlio 'wrilen of cilHi is a p, olcstl
ngalnBt the pertlittnt ppwitlrm o
corpurittt Influence whirh. .is he Dcllev-j
cil, wielded Its power in manly in tho
Dolling the wide hot m of the .MU-Ulank of Hawaii, Ltd. V. C. At hi..
slfalppl river buwetn Uic Robert street I Par.Ilel.
and Smith avenue l,::Vs Is a beauty , Illshnp & Co. V. S. Noblltt Hcl
spot known ns Han In :t!a:.d. On thli'o. W. Pn.'r. tr. .1. V. Kuhla I)
Island Dr. Ohage two y'nrs ago suc-tj. V. Kuhla Sarah K. I'arr .... 1)
cceded. after a long str isple and iinilil c. Melnccko Sam'l E. Rogers ut nl.
nil possible dlsiournten.ems. In eslab- A
llshlng the Hrst system ei free publli Hobt.'ciark M. W.TsehudV! '.'.'. Ml g
baths ami play fnomiit that SI. Paul Kthc, AK, ,, n8U.Henry Kulh
eer had. The doctor h no scntlmcn' matin , , ,,,, Jita
tnlist. He Is one of the most skillful' r, ' i,t' i,.,"n ''i U.r' Vt" V ii
surgeons and phyflclans In the North.
", .,.,., met u, ,(, n ...a... . rt.,.,i.k..
The sterling Ocrmnn 'harncter 1
shown ln his nets bf well as In lits
speech. He was in jaige measure mi
health ollicer responsible fcr the sani
tary well-being of the city, and he
knew that public baths would go far
toward lessening the (! kness ami
death rate. It was of importance to
him, both professionally pnrt as a phll
nnthrople cltlien of St. Paul, to seciira
as good a showing ln the thai statistics unknown god, nnd leaves her happiest
as possible. So enthusiastic was h-i hours tn steal away and worship, says
over the bath question that he refused the writer of "Confessions" In tho
nn offer of 130.000 for Harriet Island 'June Century. . . . Masculine tender
that he might deed it to tie public fo? ness Is said to respond to tears. I do
the use of the people which he did. not And It so. Itathcr. I should say that
The Island was Improved, building n man'-, dootlun Todcs under salt wa
erected, the natural attractiveness of ter like a bathing suit. proUng unser
the place enhanced nnd many thousands! ablo In the very element Tor which
of "kids" and their parent hae sinco it supposed to be adapted. ... I
Inxokcd blessings open the head of Dr. )(.gln to feel now ns I ttxeil to du b-
Ullage. I fnrn u , mini fimrrl.til llmt 11 uimnti
Then the Omaha Railroad Company
nnrmifceil lnvlne n fctmr trn. k nprnus llin
. ...---............,... . --- -----
approach to the Olan.1 whi.-h would
lllll UIM Jdl UIU11 III.. I J.ISlllU Hill- ,
ruuiiiiings. uui prnciiaiiy nuu me ap
proach to the baths an J endanger tlio
lives of the little chaps that went there
to swim. The doctor, cf .curse, fought
this proposition from the Matt. He
desired the condemnation of a small
strip of land nlong the loot of the bluR
for n public road. That strip, upon '
which tho lallroad Is to put Its spur'1"'' "" ") ' rami-r an iinusu
truck. Is now occupied by a little pickle ,"" 'l'py couple), nnd that the only
factory and one or two oth" (.mnll ion- '' h'' provenled tho catastrophe
ccms. The City Council, t .ppoiteil hy bj saying: "Have It all our own
the Commercial Club. iMmcil to thlnk!wa- I will not express another wish
the whim of a railroad .ompany and about this house." Yet they lived In
the sacred piesc-nce of the pickle fuc-jit lomfortnbly for fifteen years. . . .
tory of far greater Importance than thn Something of the bondage of maiden-
I.Aftlia iiflil, L I lin.1 ..l Tli nifrt un ' liArul ui.iilmi n wvi-mn l lw n i Ifn a Irlit.l
baths, which It had cost In Ohage so
much time, labor nnd rr.cnt to estab
lish. At last, seeing no ho; rmalned that
this threatened pub:! '..-nlty might
be averted, the doctoi iMUn-d.
"I have fought to the end of my
etieuuth for the good of people." h"
said in his litter of rcs.enntlon to tlio.
Mnoi -and seeing no ;iope(ts fin
nny sun-its. I shall from new on reilr-t
to pitvate life. My teaignatlon may In'
of more good to the isla-.'1 than my re
maining In oflioe may c, l grant It."
It Is the desire of many to see l)r
Ohage Mayor of M. Pnul some duy
They think thnt nothing mure bene
ficial to the city co.iiJ happen than
that. Hut no null fOJi! loitune. It ll
Icaied. awaits the Minnesota i.ipltnl.
The doctor, who was th most fearleu
health ollHir the city ,'-r had one ot
the eery lew. indeed, ihot iver nccom
plUhedanthir)gof hUn .-.. tl( nl aluc
antagonized eeitain powerful lutci
ests by hlb Impart'al e-n'.orceinenl ol
the sanltan Inns, ur.d thoe InteiestM,
utiul.l no doubt ilf-:it any elfort
nl.uo lilm In the Ma o: hair,
For example, he t.!! t lOinpel tlio
use of sinukv i-onsumTS on .ill the pub- Nominations for plans on the loinnili
11c and bulii(i bullillnp- of the illy j tec base lici u sent In fiom H.iunll and
He wr.s dcftaied ln t, .ourts. hut dld Maul. Knii.il Is il to he hcanl fiom
succeed In aroutlng tin nntngonlsm nl On llumill. A. L, LuubtMin of Iliinia-
InihliifM men." He n-vr allowed the
(hiiMU, protests or '.nipoitiiultli'S ol
momjid IntoKMs to twv him u hair's
bieath In ilin ii.-rforniar of his duty
undei tho law. New Y rl: Coniuii'iilal
THE EVENT OF THE DAY.
It is the dluner gong
Thnt sounds Its echoing bourn.
The guests how now they throng
Inm the dining-room.
To dine, you suy?
Oh. no: to play
Frank M. Illtknell lu Sinnit Set.
BY CONNIE MACK,
Manager of the Philadelphia American League Club.
Succeioful hitting al opptiituno times Is an art worthy of tho highest
cultlvi.tlun. It lb not gltn lu eory baseball plater to be able to Judge ac
cmntely Jiiht whin and while to pl.ue a bull that will result In tho most bene
fit to his siiK'. There are many players who will full nineteen times out .it
twenty to hit sucimsfully when the runner is stealing. This Is duo to tho lack
of proper tralulu nnd (he .iIim-ih-c or thobc cpinlltles that stump a man as a
bupcilor player. The same applies to sacrlflio hitting. .Many of the tery best
players now In the ganin cannot wicrllUe when railed upon to do so. This Is
esre tally true of the player who Is known as a slugger.
In order to make team work a mic esa all plaers should hate u clear and
distinct understaiidlni; among theniseltcs. The hatter should know when
an attempt Is to ho made tu steal. Tho e should be an uiidoistnudlug whether
it Is Intituled fur the baiter to help ou the i minor by Itjlng tn hit the hall
or primlt the runner to go thunigh lliu phi) without any ufaslstuuce lu thn
shape of a hit.
With n fast iiinucr ou Hint, a good single will often laud tho plajer on
third, oipc hilly If be gets ,i good station the pl.ij. TIi!b play can often bo
ma 'e by h luting tiittnrds Hist or lliliil b,is. Left-hand players nio usually
the lest 1'iiiiteij. This Ihdue to the fact lnit, being on the near side of tin
home piste, the) h.ne less dlstantc t.i tunel t,i teiuh the Inltlnl bag. 1'iiltz.
of the Athletics, Is one of the bout light-huudoil hiinteiri In tho (Oiiutry. and by
Ills cleNil x. tu I: at the li.il ho has tendered lutnliiablu iifslbtiuue to his clu'i
and has hulpod to win mail) gullies that would hate been lost with a les3
cloter man at the b-.l. Not onl' Is such a man taluable as an liiilltldu.il to a
club, but Ills woik lu this ilheitlou U an example to the other membois. nn I
an Imlliei-t losult Is lu-iiiiupllshod. In addltlun to a dircii one.
Intruments Filed for Record July 7.
Kaaihtu' and wire Henry I'lnnu.. II
Chang Chan Yuen Tmig nt al ..IIS.
- v Moroltn (J. Murelin I)
,u - " Kabuo .1. Alfred Mngooii ...Mlg
Stanley Hates Kalua oplo Agrt
Kalua oplo and wife Stanley Hales
HanK of Hawaii, Ltd. Francis M.
I'mm-li M. Hatch Com. Par. Cnhlo
Haul; of Hawaii, Ltd. W. C. At hi..
Instruments Filed for Record July a
J. II. Scbnack Jos. A. Lucas . I).
S. E. Lucas J. A. Lucas I)
CONFESSIONS OF A WIFE
A man does not like to he loved too
toleirnly. whereas I think a woman
builds within her heart an nltar to an
must not exact too much of a man;
. . ...
mo must, not expect mm to under
,,, ,, mMIt rmll(1 hl.rH(,,f ,m(
Is a man nnd cannot. For n I line
we hac been one, you and I. . . .
Men are so busy and so Insolentl)
Ktiong. There Is something cruel In
their phjBlcnl freedom. ... A sensi
ble middle aged womnn once told me
thnt she and her husband came to the
unnK '" a '"vorce ocr mo ursi iinusu
hood seems to remain In a wife, n kind
of Impossibility I do not know how
to express It a power not herself
which makes for silence, the terrible
law which takes from a woman's love
oven thnt which It hath, anil fmbldi
her to woo oven her own husband, . .
Why Is It that color menus sonic-
tlilnK Ichh to me than It used to do?
0me I should have responded to the
tinting of this room (It Is really er
good I In every nerve. Now, somehow.
It does not Heem to mntter m-i much
I suppose that Is physical, too. Most
things nre, to women. Who said,
"There Is n spiritual body"? Paul. I
suppose. Nevertheless, there Is phil
osophy as sound as It Is subtle In those
ST. LOUIB UXP08ITI0.N.
. There will be u meeting at II a, m
1'rlday of the committee luting In
charge I lav.-ail's plans for .in exhibition
nt tin St. Louis exposition. At tUH
inrctlng It Is Intended to elfri t perma
nent organization ami to iIIsi-id-s plan"
to make the exhibit
i sin i irisfiil one
kiia. John I). Palls of Komi and lohn T.
Molr ( Illlo nic the mm. Tho Mam
icpirsi'Miitlves ale A. N. Kpolkal. I)
I). Ilnblwln nnil It. C J-.JI-I. The
meeting I'rhl.i) will hi' ill ll.i- moms ol
the Chamber of Common e.
Hewers of Wood.
Some "natiue's noblemen" there he
Who toll and ate not uudurxtood;
And other boast a family tlec
Who should forsooth be chopping
Edythe Lewis Scltmltt, one of the
well known writers for "The Smart
Set," has contributed a very interest
incj story to next Sunday's Bulletin,
3e sure to read It,
Oceamc Steamship Company
Tho iteamers ot this line will arrive and leave this port as ho.oundor:
FROM SAN KRANCIbCO. FOR 3AN FRANCISCO.
SONOMA JULY OIVIINTL'RA JULY 8
In connoction wltk tho sailing or tne above steamers, me agents are pre
red to issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets or any rail
'usd Iron San Francisco to all poluts In tho United States, anu from New
fork by any steamship lino to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
S. S. OREGONIAN, July 15th.
S. S. NEBRASKAN (new) about July 25th.
S. 8. ALASKAN, about August 15th.
Freight received at Company's wharf,
From Sun PrnnclMco
S. S. "NEVAOAN" JULY 17
From Scuttle unci Tncomn
S. S. "HAWAIIAN" AUG, 10
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General 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 GENERAL INFORMATION
H. HACKPBLD &
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
ateamers ot tho abovo line, running In connection wltu tho CANA3I
iN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. D. C. and Sydney, N.S.W.,
and cnlling nt Victoria, 1). C, Honolulu, Suva, Fiji and Brisbane, are DUE
AT HONOLULU on or about tho dates
frnm lniniiuaii unn YIVtnrl IV i
twill eai iwwu vi iiHivia wa wl I twill wuiiv biiu hikmkiiiii
(Fo Urlsbano and Sydney.) (For Victoria and Vancouver, It. 0.)
AOItANRI JULY ElMOANA JULY 2
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
tnrope. For Freight and Passage and all general Information, apply to
PUGET SOUND-HONOLULU ROUTE.
Connecting Direct without transfer with O. N. Ry., N. P. R-. and C. P.
R. Lowest rates of freight from all eastern points; shortest possible time.
S. S. EUREKA, from Seattle, on or ab out
S. S. TAMPICO, on or about AUGUST 1
For further Information address
L. E. BEE13E,
2 Brewer Building, Honolulu. AGENT HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Globe Nav. Co., Ltd., Se'jttle, Wash.; P. W. Rochester, 308 Market St.,
S. F.; Agents of above rjadt. will furnish Information.
NEW YEAR WELL
By having your photo
taken. My work In
ot the lillicnt quality
and prices reoHonnblo
J, J, Williams,
Take elevator In Uotiton lilock.
1ij, Corner of Doretanla Avenue
and Punchbowl Street.
All Work Done by Hand
LACE CURTAINS A SPECIALTY,
J. ABADIE, Proprietor.
Telephone Blue 3552.
has removed to the
Arlington Block, Hotel Street,
In the store formerly occupied bj
H. W. Foster.
DURABLE ano ACCURATE
. .- . . I'll, Ut.ihlt U S.A
wv. t inin mi.., .i
' 3 Mi Laryuil V,'atch Factory
Tht Bulletin, 75 cents pt-r month.
WZ " "." 'I.
Wu v.W Tho Principal Walrh
ill' 1 S-'if DotliTS in
NStES3y Hawaiian Islands
OCEANIC U. S. CO.
South Brooklyn, at all times.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
1PPON MARU JULY 8
APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
CO, LTD. AGENTS.
below stated, viz.:
Lbam QutJnau mt4 Rfllhina !
MANUFACTURED FROM PURE
DISTILLED WATER. '.'.'. I
Delivered to nny part ot
city by courteous driven.
(latin Ice and Electric Co
TELEPHONE nLUE 3151.
HOFFHAN & rURKHAH.
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Popt Kt.( bet. Queen nnd Merchant
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Everytnlng first-class. Complete lint
Key West and Domestic Cigars alwayi
H. J, NOLTE,
RELIABLE JAPANESE and CHINESE
Uct of Help HurnlHlicd on
Contract II ilcHlreil.
Office Cor. Fort and King Streets.
Tel. Ulu 1)51.
M. PhilHos & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbert
European and American Dry Goods
Fort and Queen Sts
MRS. A. SGHOELLKOPF,
TEACHER OF PIANO.
Honolulu, T. H.
Hotel Street, Opposite Advent Chur h.
Lines of Travel.
U3R08S THE CONTINENT JWOiB
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM 3AN FUAJJCntCa
TWO TRAINS DAILY
oly TilREK IJAYS to Chicr.
Only FOUR DAYS to Nr Terli
'illaun Palace Sleepers. Duffel, Eaafc.
lI and Library Cart. with. lHxUn
kop and Phasant Rcadlo;; fbyiirt.
Dining Cars (Moa.1i a-l&eirt).
free Reclining CbsJni.
Pullman Ordinary Sl?t.
I B. LOTHROP, General Aciit.
IK Third street, Portland, Orectiv,
. VT. HITCHCOCK, Generri Acnt.
Ho. 1 Montgomery SL.&ic rraaeisec
I. L. LOUAX, O. P.4T.A,
1471 Omaha, Nrtnaka,
Hawaiian Tramway's Tiae
KINa STREET LINE.
Ctrl lin, Wiiklkl lor town it m. 4 if, (ut
ol (rtrr if nlnulK lh.rittr Mil i4!, tf.ii at
lljtr. lion Wtlklkl to In tin PlUu luUn,
Crt liiv R Rinet or Pit tl&f, 1m to s
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fvEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. IlKNKIQUES, PUOP.
Horses unci Currtalcfi
To the Volcano or tui Uouatalrc
An excellent chance la d lac ,
8EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet tbe B. 8. Haua ua
it Kailua and take passengers orerUc
to Hookenn, where the ileamor fa mJ,
0- R. & L. Co.
From and aftor January U ISSIu.
STATIONS JAILY OAItV
(Oulwiri; ti. Sun daily cx Sua oavlY DJit
A.M. AM. A.M. P.M. PM
Honolulu .... t io 9M li-e$ MS S'f
Purl Clly..., So) 948 it o i? t
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Wlint to s 141 ..
WalAlu ti.jj 5 ....
Kihukk ts.4 6.if
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AM A.M VM KM.
Kihuku $ j .... t
WaIaIui... 610 .... jo
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ta Milt .. ijo 1 a f 4 1
Mini Ctly 6.1s Bni t.ja 4.M
Honolulu .. . ... 6 yi Bis VI J-
r C. SMITH. Gcu'l Past. & Tlciet Ar
Q. P. DKNISON Superlntendftot
Drays lor Freight
Our representative arete all Ixicot-.
l&K steamers from tbe Coast, atd x4
check baggage on all outpoint; iduf
While mi BUrt Sunn For itH
OHco wltb i:vcnlo BftlsOi. Ill
King stroet. Tel 86.
ft. LARSEK, B'r.
When You Want a Rig
IUNO UP TUH
LIVERY BOARDING ui
618 FORT T
Btable Thoue. 109 Uila.
Hack Stand, Tbonos J1S aal i
C. H. BELUNA.
COTTON BROS. & CO-
ENOINI.LRS AND : : J
Piidi to4 cfclloKtcs turnl.li tof till tUumt
Tel. Main 24J.
ROOM 300 SOSTON DLK. Honcfukf.
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved and modern SOOAlt SCi,
CHINKRV of every capw'ly xad it
crlptlon mado to order. Boiler wortt
nl RIA'KTEO PIPES for IrrlwUoti
purposns a specialty. Particular sUca
tion paid to JOn WORK, and atiair
executed at sbcrteat notice.