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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T.. FRIDAY. JULY 11. 1D02.
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I I CURB MEN j
A man Is like n steam engine.
Belt pumps that steam Into Mm.
Mr. A. Crawford, 1'okcgama,
your Delt han made me feel llko
That's how It makes so many old men feel young.
Try It, yoii weak man; you will find youth and vigor In It after
everything else falls.
Call and test It free, or I will send you my Illustrated book, free,
If you will inclose this ad.
Dr. M. H. McLaughlin, 000sSst '
o Office hours:
8 a. m. to 8:30 p.m.Sundays, 10 to 1. Never sold by drug
NOTICE, REPUBLICAN PRECINCT
CLUBS, FIFTH DISTRICT.
Each precinct club shall meet at
7:30 p. m. on tho second Friday, 13ttl
of June, and shall then mako nomina
tions for officers of tho club. On tho
fourth Friday, 27th of Juno, they shall
meet at the samo hour and elect offi
cers for the ensuing two years.
On tho fourth Friday, 25th of July,
they shall meet at tho Bamo hour and
ninko nominations for members of tho
District Committee and Delegates to
the Territorial Convention to bo voted
fur nt n primary to bo held on tho first
Saturday, 2d of August, between tho
hours of 2 nml 8 o'clock p. m.
Officers and members of tho sovcral
ireclnct clubs of tho Fifth District
will pleaso seo that the nbovo calls nro
carried out. (J. It. CARTER,
Chairman Fifth District Committee.
W. J. C0EL1I0. Secretary.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the meeting of tho stockholders
of tho Hawaiian Loan nnd Savings Co.,
held at Honolulu, July 7th, 1902. tho
following were elected officers of tho
President Geo. H. Huddy
Vice President J. A. Aheong
Secretary Chas. Wilcox
Treasurer M. C. Amana
Tho said offlceis. with Messrs, J no.
I). Holt Jr.. V. C. Achl nnd Henry Ha-
)al. constitute the Hoard of Directors.
Honolulu. July 8, 1902. 219.1-lt
Second Precinct, Fourth District, Re
A meeting or tho Second Precinct,
Fourth District, Republican Club will
bo held on Friday evening. July 11th.
1902. nt 7:30 o clock. In the tent nt tho
corner of Lumilllo and Fllkol streets,
T. II. PETRIK.
Dr. HodglnH nas removed from Ala
ken street to Ileretnnln street, opposite
the Hawaiian Hotel. I'rnctlcc limited
tc tho Eyes, Ears. Nose and Throat.
2 190-1 w
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the nnnual meeting cf tho stock
holders of tho I'nclflc Lnnd and Im
provement Company held nt Honolulu
Juno 7th. 1902, tho following officers
wero elected to servo for tnc cnsuliu;
resident Yip See Young
Vice President C. G. Yee Hop
Secretary Henry Loo Kong
Treasurer Lum Hln
Auditor Pong Lum Mow
Tho nbovo named ofllceis, with
Tong Lum, Leo King Chin, Pong Mil
Cheo nnd Leo ring, coustltuto tho
board of directors.
(Signed) HENRY LOO KONQ,
California Snfo Deposit and Trust
Company, corner Cnlllornla nnd Mont
gomery sts. For tho six mouths end
ing Junu 30, 1902. dividends havo been
declared on deposits In the savings de
partment of this company as follows:
On term deopslts ut tho ratu of 3 C-10
per cent per annum, and on ordinary
deposits at tho rato of 3 per cent per
annum, freo of taxes and vmyablo on
and aftor Tuesday, July 1, 1002. Divi
dends uncalled for mo added to tlm
principal lifter Only 1, 1002.
J. DALZELL I1ROWN,
Tho Herman Savings and Loan So
ciety, 620 California Street. For thu
half year ending with Juno 30, 1902, a
dividend has been declared nt tho rnto
of thrco 13) per cent nor annum on nil
deposits, freo of tnes. payablo on and
after Tuesday, July 1, 1902.
Edythe Lewis Schmltt, one of the
well known writers for "The Smart
Set," has contributed a very Interest.
Ing atory to next Sunday's Bulletin
Be sure to read it.
WITH LAME BACKS,
WITH WEAK NERVES,
WITH LOST VITALITY,
with all tfiose signs which tell a
man lit Is breaking down, losing ,
Ills Rrlp. I have, the remedy i
wlili'li gives back that snap, lira
and vim of youth. My cures sell '
mv Ilflt. They provo what 1 '
say about It. '
Mr, A. C. Hammond, 30 Mor-
chants' Exchange Untitling, San o
Francisco says: "Your Dolt has
cured mo at tho ago of 73, of
weakness In tho back and kid- o
noys, and lias given mo mora o
vigor and sound health than I
have had for years." j?
It takes steam to make htm go. My o
"I am 70 years old, but
MORTGAGEE'S NOTIGE OF IN
TENTION OF FORECLOS
Notice Is hereby given that pursu
ant to the I'ower of Sale contained In
that certain mortgago dated March
2Cth, 1001. mado by W. Ah Cheo (W.
Achee) trading as Vong 1'ooU Chan of
Ilalekll, South Kona, Hawaii, Territo
ry of Hawaii, as Mortgagor, to C. II.
Aid, of Kau, Hawaii, as Mortgagee, and
recorded In the Registry of Convey
ances. Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii,
In Liber 221 on p.igt'R 22S nnd 229, tho
Mortgagee Intends to forecloso tho
said Mortgage for condition brokea
to wit, non-payment of principal and
Interest when due.
Notice Is likewise given that the
property conveyed by said Mortgage
will be sold at l'ubllc Auction at tho
auction rooms ot James F. Morgan,
Queen street, Honolulu, on Saturday,
,h?rl2,ilh lny July' "0?' nt ,2 noon'
The property covered by said mort-
gago consists or nil that certain build
ing nnd its appurtenances, sltuato and
being nt Ilalekll. South Kona, Hawaii,
Territory of llnwall, now and from tho
election thereof used by said Mortga
gor ns store and residence.
Together with nil the rights, ease
ments and privileges thereto belonging.
C. II. AKI.
Ily V. J. YATES, his attorney In fact.
Terms cash; deeds nt expenso of
For further particulars apply to
HARRY T. MILLS.
Attorcy for Mortgngce.
Dated Kcalakekua, Hawaii, July 1st.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER.
RITORY OF HAWAII AT
Order for Special Term.
Deeming It essential to tho promo
tion of Justice, wo do order that a Spe
cial Term of tho Circuit Court of tho
First Circuit bo held in tho Judiciary
building In Honolulu, commencing
MONDAY, the 7th day of JULY, A. D.
1902, at TKrt of Clio clock In tho fore
noon of salil day, and continuing for
the period piovldcd by law.
Do no at Chambers this lot li day of
June, A. D. 1002.
A. S. HUMPHREYS.
GEO. D. GEAR,
V. J. ROIIINSON.
Tho foregoing order Is hereby ap
jiuived. V. F. FREAK,
Chief Justice of tho Supremo Court ot
the Territory of Hawaii.
Dated June 10. 1902. 217I-2St
Washington, Juno 29. Senator Han
na held the final session of his "Sum
mer Ilaehelor Club" ut the old Don
Cameron House this morning. Since
the dopiirturo of Mrs. Hauna and her
daughtcrs, Senator Hannu has been
seeking diversions In toe cntertniu
nient of fellow statesmen whose wives
aie out of town. He has had stag din
ner parties every night lor n week and
decided today that his festivities for
the brightening ot n very dull wind-up
of Congress should end In a gale ot
hllailty at the usual corned beef hash
Sundny morning lireukfust. He had
as his guests President Roosevelt, Sec
retary Root, Postmaster General
Payne, Attorney General Knox nnd
Senator O. II. Piatt of Connecticut.
Senutor Haniin Is teported to hnvo
said to the President:
"T'wnnt yuu to tnke hold of the canal
matter now and gel the ennal under
way before tho next national cam
paign. I want you to get the eiedlt for
R "'! 1 '! ""'"'y l do everything
I can to Btiengtheii your handii.'
Tho canal bill was signed by
l'lesldeut lat.t night.
Chapter HI of "The Opium Cache on
Maul" tells, among other things, how
Dan Cupid shot a random shaft and
wounded an amateur smuggler. Read
next Sunday'c Bulletin.
Instruments Filed for Record July 10
Geo. JI .ijeacon Chas. F. Parsons.,
Chas. F. Parsons L. Eldora Deacon
Walter C. Weedon Chas. S. Dusky
Paul It. Kail and wile Hllo Railroad
Kona & Kau It. II. Co.. Ltd. Genua-
nin Trust Co Tr.M.
City Mill Co.. Ltd. Illshop & Ca.A.M.
Palmer P. Woods Oodlrcy Drown et
Godfrey llrown ct al. 1. II. Woods ;
et al t). I
I. II. Woods et nl. Try. of I). P. I
Ulshop Estate Mtg.
Koloa Sugar Co., Ltd. Tenltory of
Thos. Sllva Patrick Sllva D.
Recorded June 30, 1902.
Kalaalnn Kalamn to Mrs. Mary Ol-
rtn et al.; deed: one-half Interest In
R. I. 1218. Pulehillkl, one-third In
terest in It. I. 7S6rt. K'.il. 1507 nnd
building Pulehillkl. Kula. Maul; $1,
etc. Hook 231. page 403. Sated June
Carl Ontnl et nl. to Awa; extension
of lease: It. P. 230rt, Kill. 429111. Ma
non, Honolulu, Oahu; three years nt
$105. Dated June 28. 1PD2.
Joseph Enos. by attorney, to L. L.
McCandless; release ; portion of part
1 of It. P. 1047, Kul. 5S5. west corner
Nuunnu and Pnuahl streets. Honolulu,
Oahu; $1100. Hook 15. page 204. Dat
ed June 27. 1002.
Honolulu Library and Rending Room
Association to Jacintho Mlciel: re
lease; lots 34 and 35. block 3, Kcwnlo
tract. Honolulu. Oahu jJSm). Dook 100,
Wm. II. Castle, by attorney, to Anto
nio Rega; release: lots OS. ln and 101,
ICewolo tract. Honolulu, Oahu ; $100.
Hook 2117. page 377. Dated June 21,
A. A. Cornlot, by trustee, to Jocln
tho Miguel; reelnce; lots 34 nnd 35,
block 3, Kcwnlo tract. Honolulu, Oa
hu; $Sim. Hook 215, page 253. Dateil
June 21. 1902.
Chock Sing to Honolulu Library nnd
Reading Room Association; mortgage
portions of It. P. 2010, Kul. 12811, Pn
uahl street. Honolulu, Oahu: JimOO.
Hook 237, page 205. Dated Juno 6.
Honolulu Library and Reading Room
Association to Chock Sing; relense:
portions of R. P. 2011. Kill. 128H. Pn
uahl street. Honolulu, Oahu; $o."00.
Hook 192, page 335. Dated Juno n,
.Ino. E. nush et nl. to L. L. McCanO
less; deed; portion of Kul. 238. Print
er's lane. Honolulu, Oahu; $180 30
Hook 234, page 475. Dated November
L. L. McCandless to Territory if
Hawaii; deed; lour-flftlis Interest in
portion of Kul. 238. Printers lane. Ho
nolulu. Oahu: $l2.r,7). Hook 234, page
477. Dated April 10. 1902.
Loo Chit Sam to Territory of lln
wall; deed: 11.075 square feet of land.
Wilder nvenue. Honolulu. Oahu: $1.
rtc. Hook 234, page -ITS. Dated April
A. Mnrcpies and wife to Territory ot
Ii.Tvall; partial release ; 11.075 tqitiirc
let-t land. Wilder nvenue. Honolulu.
Oahu, $1. Hook 234. page 479. Dated
4. pill I. 1902.
Lot Chit Sam to Territory of Hn--.in
: deed: lOoO square fet land. Wll
iVr acnue. Honolulu. Oahu; $32i.
Hook 231. page 4M1. Dated April 21.
A. Marques and wife to Tnltory of
IlawaM; partial release; ln'iit squaro
;"t land. Wilder avenue. Honolulu, I
Oahu; $1 Hook 231. page 4S1. Dated!
Apill 21. 1!miI. I
John T. Hiown to Territory or Il-i-i
wall; deed: two pieces land Volcano
rond. Illln. Hawaii; $1. etc. Hook 231.
page 4S2. Dated April it. 1902.
I). L. Keku to Territory of Hawaii;
deed; 7"0 niuarc feet land. Wilder ave
nue. Honolulu. Oahu: $1. Hook 23S.
page fill. Dated April 25. 10oJ.
Maria de E. de Monte to Territory ot
Hawaii; deed: 1020 square teet laud,
Wilder nvenue. Honolulu. Oahu: $1,
etc. Hook 23S, page 71. Dattd April
Jane Mlnfnn to Terrltorv of Hawaii;
deed: nnrtlon of lot 2. blcxli 7.
vulo tract. Honolulu. Oahu; J1. etc.
Hook 2ub. irago '-. Dated .May 12.
Carolina Johnson to Terriury of Hn-'
BALL PLAYERS WHO HAVE
BECOME FAMOUS FOR PLAYS
Manager of the Philadelphia American League Club.
Captain Comlskey. when he was In the game, was wry oilglmil In lib
Ideas of field woik. He ar very cnieful not to attempt the eMititlon of any
play twlci- 'n succcn?lon. nnd as n result he kept his opponent guessing
throughout the game. One of his most successful plays was with a player a'
bat who was a right-field hitter; In which case he would play In deep Mold
and would often save not only safo base lilts, but serine the put-out of the
batter. With Anson In the deep infield, the pitcher would be luf.tiu.-tcl to cov
er llrtt base and take the throw.
The uniform success of Comlhkey'i team was due to the fact that every ad.
vantage was taken of an adversary's weakness, both ut the bat and In tlw
field. The team was by no means a hard-hitting one. They were very
fast on the bases and had hinting their members a number of men who uere
experts In 1 caching Ilit bate. Among those whoso work In this direction was
that of umiMiiil brilliancy was Arlle Latham, who. while not a batter of ex
traoidlnary ability, wuuld succeed In rtachlng (list as often us any other play
er on the diamond during his professional career.
In hitting straight balls safely Into foul territory lie had no equal. Ho
enjoys the reputation of hitting fifteen straight bulls In succession Into foul
bounds. This may seem Incieillble, but It was not unusual for him to foul
eight to ten built- In succession. "Cuit" Welch wiib another phijer who win
able to leach (list base nlinnst every time It was necessary In help his team
out of a big hole. Welch would let the very fiihtest pllclietl hull lilt him
Me Piling illicitly and deliberately In front of the ball. This required 1111 un
usual iiiiiuunt of nerve, as the liability to Injiuy was exceedingly gient, Inn
Welch thought nothing (if this. Ills desire nns to win the game, mill he ill,
not rail' wlmt i-htinces be took to aicompllsli It. Ills body was a mai-n nl
brulbcs from the many hard raps lie iccetwd. lie did not consider uiiy h,n i
the too great to help o'lt his team. He was innsldeied nue of the best 0111
lleldeis In the country, and was the III' it man In make a hcadlung slide lor .1
Ily ball, and often succeeded In making such a play,
wall; partial rclcaBo; portion of lot 29,
block 7, Kcwnlo tract, Honolulu, Oaliu;
$1. Dook 2.18, page 73. Dated May 12,
Wekekl Heleluhe to Territory ot
Hawaii: deed; portion of Kul. 1117,
WnlkIM rond. Honolulu. Oaliu; $1, etc.
Hook 2.18. pngo 74. Dated May 31. 1902
Recorded July 1, 1902.
S. Rosenberg, by nttomey. to T.
Cllvo Davles; lense: premises, corner
Queen and Nuunnu streets. Honolulu,
Oaliu: one year nt $10 tier month. Ilo-ili
,233 pnge 151. Dated June 21, 1902.
! Recorded July 3, 1902.
I 7.. W. Welte to Chillies II. Doug
las. deed. nii'-hall of lot 13il. of Land
Patent 4m. Wntalua, Oahu: $300.
, Hook 238. page OS. Dated Jul 1 1902.
St Paul Minn July 1 The Mimic I
sotn Republicans In convention today
nominated the following llck-t. I" ir
Governor. Samuel It. Van Snnt or WI-'
noun: Lieutenant Governor, Ray W. !
Jones of llriinepln County :Seeretnry
of State. Peter E. Hanson: State Au
ditor. Samuel G. Ivcrtion: Stnte Treas
urer. .1. II. Illock. Nlrollett County;
Attorney (i neral. W. II. Douglas. Clay
Comity; Clerk ot Supreme Court. C. A.
Pldgeon. Wright County ; Railroad
Commissioner. C. F. Staples, Dakota
County. Most of the nominations
wero made by acclamation.
The committee on platform spent the
entire afternoon In consideration of
the platform, or rather listening to the
arguments of a few delegates who
wanted to chnnge It from what had
been agreed upon early. A few
changes were male In committee, the
principal one being the more speelflr
Indorsement of President Roosevelt for
re-election and the adoption of n par
agraph on tin- Inhor question. Ilnui-v
er. when the platfoum was presented at
the end of the session Dr. Watt-on of
Cottonwood County moved to strike
out the parngiaph on Cuban reciproc
ity and to Insert n paragraph reading:
"We hereby Indorse President
Itoonevolt's high moral and high patri
otic stand taken on the question of rec
iprocity with Cuba."
Alter lively debate his amendment
was tallied nnd the platform as report
ed by the committee was adopted.
Labor Troubles in
South of Russia
London. July 2. A dispatch to the
Renter Telegram Company from St.
Pi lersburg says there have been labor
riots for the past few days at Rostov-on-Don.
In tho province of Yekaterlno
slav. Southern Russia. Tin-re have
been numerous collisions between the
troops and the rloteis. The troops tir
ed nud many of the lintel's were killed
The outbreak on Rostov-on-Don,
continues tho Renter correspondent,
somewhat resemliled the peasant riots
In the central provinces of Russia In
the early spring.
The lenders of the hist riots were
strangers In the district. They dress
ed In fantastic uniforms and were
adorned with decorations. They pro
claimed themselves agents of the Cznr.
and preached tho destruction of nil ma
chinery which reduced the. number ol
laborers nnd brought tho masses to
starvation. A fanatical mob. Inltamed
I with this Itlen, declared war on the fac
lories In tho domain ol the CVar. ami
had iilitady wrecked inaiiv miiniifiit
turlng establishments when the troopi
Wele culled out.
Does Much Damage
Chicago, .lum- '.'S.- I'or luwiiy-four
limits ( iiltiigo lias liii-n in tin- grasii
of one ot the heaviest hum lux ol tho
' year. The rain has tallin iinceusliig-
. y anil the wind has blown a gale otT
i Laid! .Michigan, the force of the blow
' Using nt times to lurty miles nn hour,
Kc-JMifrh damage hns been dune In trticlt'
farms near the city, and the continued j
wet weather has caused heavy Ions to
I tlni'lxts. ninny of w bom will lie cum. j
ielled to plant their Hotter. ocr again 1
Oceanic Steamship Company
Tho steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as he.under:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA Jl'LY IS
VENTURA Jl'LY 30
ALAMEDA Al'G. 8
SIERRA Al'G. 20
ALAMEDA AUG. 20
SONOMA SEPT. 10
ALAMEDA 8EPT. 10
In connection with tne sailing or tco above steamers, tne agents arc pre
wired to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
oad from San Francisco to all points In the United States, anu from New
'ork by any steamship lino to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AQENT8 OCEANIC S. S. CO.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
S. S. OREGONIAN, July 15th.
S. S. NEBRASKAN (new) about July 25th.
S. S. ALASKAN, about August 15th.
Freight received at Company's wharf. 42d St., South Urooklyn, at all tlmei.
From Sun FranclHco
'S. S. "NEVADAN" JULY 17
I From Suuttlu nnd Tncomn
S. S. "HAWAIIAN" AUG. 10
For further particulars apply to
C. P. A10RSB,
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 SAN FRANCI8CO.
CHINA Jl'LY i: PERU Jl'LY Hi
DORIC Il'LY r:t COPTIC Jl'LY 2.-
NIPPON MAItr H'LY 31 AMERICA MARC AH!. 2
PERU ALU!. S PEKING Al'ti. 11
COPTIC AUO. 1 GAELIC AUC1. 20
HONOKONC, MARU AUO. 2ti DORIC SEPT. 12
CHINA SEPT. 6 NIPPON MARU SEPT. ID
FOIl GENERAL INFORMATION
H. HACKPBLD &
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Btcnmcra of tue above line, running In connection wlu the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. 13. C. and Sydney, N.8.W..
unci calling nt Vlctorln, D. C. Honolulu. Suva, Fiji and Urlsbane, are DUE
AT HONOLULU on or nbout tho dates below stated, viz.:
'rom Vancouver anu Victoria, B. C. i
(For Brisbane and Sydnoy.)
MOANA AUtl. 2
Through. Tickets Issued from Uanolulu to Canada. United States and
luropo. For Freight and Passage and alt general Information, apply to
Theo. H. DBv.e & Co.. Ltd., Gen'l Agents.
Q LOBE lAVTGATl0rTc0lliPANY7iTDr
PUGET SOUND-HONOLULU ROUTE.
Connecting Direct without transfer with 0. N. Ry., N. P. R., and C. V.
ft. Lowest rates of freight from ull eastern points; shortest possible time.
S. S. EUREKA, from Seattle, on or about
S. S. TAMPICO, on or about AUGUST 1
I'or further Information address
L. E. BEEBE.
2 Brewer Building, Honolulu. AGENT HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Globe Nav. Co., Ltd., Se'ittle, Was h.; P. W. Rochester, 308 Market St.,
S. F.J Agents of above rjads, will fur nlsh Information.
NEW YEAR WELL
Ity having your photo
tnlccn. My work l
ot the highest quality
J, J. Williams
Take elevator- In ISoriton Ulock.
Uo. Corner of Ileretanln Avcnuo
and Punchbowl Street.
All Work Done by Hand
LACE CURTAINS A SPECIALTY.
J. ABADIE, Proprietor.
Telephone Blue 3552.
bat removed to the
Arlington Block, Hotel Street,
In the store formerly occupied by
H, W. Foster.
DURABLE and ACCURATE
The Keystone Watch Case Co.
,.-, .. Philaitclrihla.U S A.
America' i 0!de.t nnd
Largest Watch Factory
Kor snlo jy
The Principal Watch
Sunday Bulletin, $1.25 per year.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALVMEDA Jl'LY :'!
SIKIIRV Jl'LY 20
ALAMITIM Al'G. 13
SONOMA '..AUG. l't
ALAMEDA SEPT. 8
VEN'Tl'ItA SEPT. 0
AI.A.MEIiV SEPT. 21
APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
CO, LTD. AGENTS.
r-rom syaney ana unsnane,
(For Victoria and
Vancouver, n. C.)
MANUFACTURED FROM PURE
DI8TILI.ED WATER. : : : :
Hellvered to any part ot
city by courteous driven.
Oaliu Ice and Electric Co
TELEPHONE BLUE 3151.
HOFFHAN & (lARKItAn.
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Port St.. bet. Queen anil Merchunt
Bverytnlng first-class. Complete lint
Key West and Oomtstlc Clgara alwayi
H. J. NQLTE, - Proorietor.
M. PhilliDS & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobberc
European and American Dry Goods
Fort and Queen 8ta
MRS. A, SCHOELLKOPF,
TEACHER OF PIANO.
Hotel Street, Opposite Advent Chur-.h,
Kealnkai . .
and GLEE CLUD.
Muslr for all iM't-aHlons
I.i-avc orders at W. J. f'ui'llio's
Law (Jfflc-c, cm Ilvthcl St.,
uiuiikn of the- P. 0.
Lines of Travel.
tXXOSS THE CONTINENT JTKOiB
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCUCIL
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Jy THREE DAYS to Chlcajo.
Only FOUR DAYS to New Yorfc,
Ulnan Palace Sleepers. Duffet, Bmofc.
lag and Library Cars, with Birfcn
op and Pleasant Reading Rocna.
Dining Cars (Meals a-le. -carte).
Free Reclining Cfaclra.
Pullman Ordinary Sleeper.
I . LOTHROP, General Agent,
IK Third street, Portland, Orcgoa.
i. tT. HITCHCOCK. Oeneral Agent,
Hn. 1 Montgomery St., San FraBeUec
I. L. LOU AX, O. P. ft T. A..
171 Omaha, Nebruka,
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KING STREET LINE.
Cam l.ivt Witttlkl for town it ;-$, 6.15, 6-.s A.a
tfldevtry IjmlnutMthfrtllt.r till to.f. tt:.s C
nut P.M. Itom Wllklkl to to Hit Pun.hou Sublao.
Cut l..n R Stent or P.. ltcb, lot tow al
j:i)A.M. tnd tvtrjr 11 mlnuKi lh.ri.lur till iiW.K.
Cart leivt t-ott ana Ktnr irrrttf comfur raiaata
at 0:10 A.M. ana avtry ij nlnuua alter till I in
Carl la.va for Palana only at 1 an! f.yt A n.
Carilaava Palama for W.lklkf 5,1 a.m. and ararr
i almiKa INI g .j p.m , than at 10:1) an! 10.5 r.av
Tha ti:i) A. from Palama for Punattou only coaa
10 Walklalon Saturdayi.
Cart liava Fori and KMr atratta comer lot Km
Ranga at 3 to and o a.m.
Caralrava Fort and King itreeta corner for Walklk
at 6.03A.M, and every.. minute. tltlioos.M then r!
lois and n fvt. Tne 11.11 P.M. coae to Walkltf
BERETANIA STREET AND fUUANU VAU.ET.
Cart leave Punahou Stable for Town at ..- an4
for Town and Valley all .0 5 so 6:10 4:ea 6-49 r ael
Cara leave Oahu College for town and Valley ad
6:10 6:jo end 7:10 A. M and ever) 10 nlnutea till o:a
P.M. etcertlhe even hour and half, hour can wtk
run from the Stable
Cara leave Nuuanu Valley at 6'to 6:10 6:aA,ll aa4
every 10 minute, thereafter till 10 so P.M.
Cara leave lort and Queen atreeta for Pvnakot
College at 6.0s 6.aj 6'esA.M and every 10 mlrnrte
after till 4S P.M. After that tha care run la tba
Stable up to iiisop.m. which la 'he la.tcar tron Towa
reachlnr the Stable at n:)o P.M.
relephone to All Parts of the Island.
fEALAKErCUA. . HAWAII
J. Q. UENRIQUES, rROP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance la -"rod for
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the 3. a. Maun m
tt Kallua and take posseniceru ovtrltx
10 Hookeni, whero tho steamer la m.
O, R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 1811.
STATIONS. DAIIY DAIIY
((Jut.ard! ei. Sun. Dalir ti. Sun. DAILY DAitT
A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M
Honolulu t.ic 91 11.0s .ii s:ar
Pearl City.... lot 9.8 no Mr :y
Ewa Mill 8 to:o8 ia.oo 4,5 I.M'
Walanaa 10.3a 4.41 ...-
Walalua M'js s 41 ....
Kahukv la.) t:rf ..
(Inward) ea Sun. daily hahy PAttf
AM. A.M CM I'.M.
Kahuku .-.is aoD
Walalua &;ie .. e.jo
Walanaa e:io ... ) js
Ewa Mill y.yi ?:es t'ol a:ta
Peait City 6.1. 8.01 cto 4IS
ffonolulu C.so 8)5 ).o) s e6
Y C. SMITH. Gen'l Pass. & Ticket Act.
O. P. DENISON. Superintendent
Drays for Freight
Our representative mc-u all Incom
ing steamers from tho Coast, and
check baggage on all outgoing itexvi-
White and Black Sani For Sale
Ofllce with Kvcnln? Bulletin, 111
Klnt itreeL Tel 66.
i. LARSEN, Urr.
When You Want a Rig
RINQ MV TUB
LIVERY BOARDING and
61B FORT a.THK
Btable Thoue, 109 Main.
Hack Stand, Thoncs 319 and la.
C. H. DELLINA.
COTTON BROS, fv CO
t-NOINI'EHS AND : :
Pian and e.tloiate. turnl.he4 for alt claaa
Tel. Main 243.
ROOM 300 30STON BLK. Honolulu.
llonolnlu Iron Works.
Improved and modorn SUGAR UA
CHINKUY of every capacity and d
icrlptlon made to order. Uoller vrottl
ind KIVHTED PIPES for IrrlgaUoat
purposoa a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOll WORK, and ceralra
executed at ihcrtcat notice.
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