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Are You the Man You Ought to Be? Are You a 8trong at You
Look7 Or Have You Weak Nerves, Falllno or Lost Vital Power,
Watte of Strength, Varicocele, Poor Memory, Dull and 8tupld Feel
ings, Lost Ambition, Weak Dack and a General Dreaklng Down of
Your Manly Powers?
A WONDERFUL CURE.
Tnmalea Marin Co Cal Jm 16. 1911
t)r M II McLAl'flllLIN Dear Sir One roulJ not Imagine Hie alese nf jullrrlnt-1 fitwl
through Irotn ttntnacti trouble anJ rheumatism I ii tublecteJ to were diutr treatment
rtomach rump treatment and Jlet treatment without the lea.l relief I grew JIzuteJ with
them all anJ a a lat retort trleJ cour belt two vein ago In three Jiv 1 couli Ming aa
mv cane anJ In three rnnntha Has t new mm entirely cureJ anJ tell better than I hiJ tor
leare "Ce.eral of mv IrfcnJa have ltice rurihaseJ our belts I woulj not part with mine
for ft vn If I coulJ not Ret another ours trul), JOHN is C,l'AY
This man was cureJ two ears ago.
OUSIIOUIUTRYIT SetiJ lor my book about It tree If ou enj this aJ
dr. m. h. Mclaughlin,
1)00 Market 8t., 6nn Prnnclnco, Cat.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
The Flrat National Dank of Hawaii, at
Honolulu, In the Territory of Ha
waii, at the dote of butlnett, July
I.outis and Discounts $ 737,013 70
Overdrafts, secured and
unsecured 31,085 11
U. 8. Bonds to secure cir
culation 50,000 00
U. 8. Ilonils to secure U.
8. Deposits 200.000 00
Premiums on U. S. Honda 10,000 00
Hanking house, furniture
nnd fixtures 9,000 00
Duo from Statu Hanks
nnd Bankers 97,348 3S
Due from npproved re
serve agents 21,23$ 73
Checks and other cash
Items 22,001 32
Notes of other National
Hanks 210 00
Fractional paper curren
cy, nickels and cents... 202 CO
Lawful Money Reserve In
Specie $183,707 10
notes 170 00 183,877 10
Hulcmptlon fund with U.
3. Treasurer (D of
circulation) 2.500 00
Capital stock paid In
.$ 500,000 00
Undivided profits, less
expenses and taxes
National Bank notes out
standing Dividends unpaid
Individual deposits sub
ject to check 458,810 lib
Demand certificates o f
deposit 150,541 D
2 272 77
United States deposits,..
Deposits of U. S, disburs
Liabilities other than
those above stated....
Total . . ,
Territory of Hawaii, Island of Oahu.ss:
I, V. O. Cooper, Cashier of tho
above named bank, do solemnly swear
that tho above statement Is truo to tho
best of my knowledge and belief.
w. a. COOPER,
M. P ROBINSON,
O. J. WALLER.
L. L. M'CANDLESS
Subscribed and sworn to before mo
this 30th day ot July, 190.'.
GEO. I. II1GELOW,
At a special meeting of tho Stock
holders of tlie Inter-Uland Steam Navi
gation Companj-, Ltd.. held on Monday,
July 28th. 1902. Mr. James A. Kennedy
was duly elected President of said
company for tho unexpired term, lco
Mr. J. Kna, resigned.
C. II. CLAPP,
Honolulu, July 28th, 1902. 2210-lw
POWER OF ATTORNEY.
Notice Is hereby given that Miss
Amelia Emmeluth will act fur mo as
my lawful attorney during my absence
from tho Territory of Hawaii.
Dated at Honolulu, this 29th day of
July, 190.. E. W. QUINN.
POWER OF ATTORNEY.
During tho nbsenco of J. I. Sllv.1 nf
Eleele, Kaunl, from tho Island, M. J
Carvalho, of tho samo placo, will net
tor him under full power ot attornej
J. M. KANEAKUA,
COUNSELLOR AT UAW,
Offie Br'rel St., Near the Pottofflct.
Hnvo ou doctored without benefit?
Is jour stomnch ruined with drugs and
your money wasted 7 Are ou tired of
trjlng useless remedies? Then conio
to me. I hno n positive and certain
cure for jou In
Dr. McLaughlin's Electric Belt.
You put It on when sou go to I1
and sleep peacefully under tho Influ
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weakness, and jour life Is made happv
by the restoration of your old keal'h
SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
Under ond by virtue of a certain ex
ecution Issued by Ljle A. Dickey, Sec
ond District Magistrate of Honolulu,
Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii,
on the 8th day of July, A. I). 1902, in
the matter of T. II. Davlcs nnd Com
pany, Limited, vs Naknbayashl, I
.law, on tlilr 11th day of July, A, u
1902, levied upon nud shall expose uir
sale nnd sell at public auction, to 'ho
highest bidder, at the Police Station,
Kalakauu Hale, In said Honolulu, at
12 o'clock noon of Friday, tho 15th
day of August, A. D. 1902, all the
right, title and Interest of said NuUh
bajashi in and to the following de
scribed personal propcrtj-, unless tho
Judgment and cost of execution
amounting to eighty-eight nnd 10-100
dollars, Interest, costs and my ex
penses arc previously paid:
Oencral merchandise consisting ol
canned goods, hats, shoes, wearing ap
parol, crockerj-. cutlery, etc., etc.; abo
counter scalo nnd show case.
Seo "Inventory" ot said property at
CIIAS F CHILMXaWORTH,
Deputy Sheriff, Ter. of Hawaii
2197 July 14, 22, 31; Aug. 7, 14.
The undersigned, assignee of Hono
lulu Paint nnd Wall Paper Company,
Limited, successor to McKechnte Paint
and Wall Paper Company, Limited, un
dcr deed of assignment, dated July 21,
1902, hereby gives notlco to all credit
ors of said Honolulu Pnlnt and Wall
Paper Company, Limited, to fllo their
claims with proof ot tho same nt the
office of Robertson & Wilder, Stangen
w-alil building, City ot Honolulu, within
sixty dnjs from tho dato hereof, or
they will be debarred from participat
ing in any division of tho assets. All
persons Indebted to said Honolulu
Paint and Wall Paper Company, Limit
cd, nro requested to mako Immediate
nmmont ff enmn In tho lin,1nrQlpnnrl nt
Dated Honolulu. Jtdy 24, 1902,
it T. JAMES.
I Assignee, of Honolulu Paint and Wall
Paper Co . Ltd.
2206 July 24, 31; Aug. 7, 14, 21,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers, in Probate. In tho Matter
of tho Estate of Frank Bond Auerbacb,
lato of Honolulu, Oahu. The last will
and testament of said deceased, having
been presented to said Court, together
with a petition for tho probnto thereof,
and for tho Issuance ot letters testa
mentary to A. Lewis, Jr., having been
filed, notlco Is hereby given that Mon
day, the 11th day of August, A. D.
1902, at 10 o'clock a. m., ot said day,
at tho court room of said court, nt
Honolulu, Oahu, ho and the samo here
by Is appointed the 1 1 mo and placo fo
proving said will and hearing eald ap
plication. Honolulu, July 10th, 1902.
By tho Court:
2191 July 10, 17, 21, 31.
San Francisco. July 23. Tho now
fourmnBted harkentlne rullerton, 10
(cntly hullt nt Oakland toi the Union
Oil Company, was hrought across tho
bay jesK'iday to Mission street vvltari
.'. Tho vessel's sixteen liugo tankB
were filled with vvatei lu order to
v ell tho wood and mako tho tank
tight 11 j the latter purt of this week
the rullerton will ho ready to sail for
Ventura, having her trial 011 thu waj-,
and at the southern port will 111! with
nil to her capacity of 15,000 barrels
and return to port, dlschaiglng tho
enrgo at Oleum, on tho Sat rameuto rlv
ui It is likely that thu rullerton will
lily between Ventuar and Oleum for
some time, but lutei will run to Hawaii
from Ventuin. The official measure
ment of tho haikeutlnu gives her a
net toilliuge of 1491.
CAPT. SEALBY'S MOVEMENTS.
San Tram isc u, July 23. Captain In
n-.un Scnlhy, furmc-ily eoniniuiidcr of
tlic- ti .liner ('oi)tk-. rillllllliK fiom tills
p it to tin- ()i li nt lint now master ot
tlic Wluti- Stnr stc-umc-i- HiipWc-, laiK
vi on tin- Liverpool Australia loutc.
,ll' rriiNci In 10 next week on n lslt
to i lil fridiilH, It Is liiuiornl tlfit hu
kiiks to tiiKu (onitnaiiil of tin- Coptic
attain, suiccudliit; Captain Itludcr.
San Francisco, July 21. The steam
ship Hawaiian, Captain Nichols, of tho
American Hawaiian Stenmsblp Com
pnny. has again broken the record for
fast passages of the big freighters of
that line from New York to this pert,
coming in jesterday, after a run of
hltj seven tlajs, from the Atlantlf me
tropolls. On her last previous tilp
fiom New ork the Hawaiian made the
trip In sixtj one tlajs but this wan
beaten by the steamship American
which made the run In flftj nine dajs
ond tvvtntj three hours Now the Ha
waiian, with Chief Engineer Perkins in
charge of the engines, hns eonip around
from New York in (Iftjsc-vin dajs,
bringing n cargo of SOiiO tons of gen
eral freight By her magnificent p'-r-
formnnce the Hawaiian has proved her
self the best of the larger steamers of
the line Contain Nichols reports that
little of Interest was noted during tho
vojnge The passage thro'igb the
Straits of Magellan was made In the
unusuallj short time of twentj eight
hours without stopping the englne Or
dinary weather was experienced In the
Atlantic bad weather was encountered
thence to Coronet, and fine weather
was the rule from the Chilean port to
the Golden Gate The best daj s run
was 303 miles, soon after leaving Cor
onet On June 23d, near Cape Pillar.
at tho western entrance of the Straits
nf Magellan, the Hawaiian met tho
large steamer Alaskan of the same lino
hound from this port nnd Honolulu for
(APT. MH'o LAST
San Francisco, July 22 Captain Pe
ter Johnson, tho best-known skipper
on the Hllo route, is to make only one
more trip as master of tho hark Roder
ick Dim sailing hence for the islands
tomorrow. Upon his return Captain
Johnson will take command ot the
steamer Rosccrans, recently pure based
by the Mntson Nnvlgatlon Compnnj
from the Army transport settle- Ho
will superintend tho work of remodel
ling the steamer Into an oil carrier, ami
as such will command her when she Is
placed on the Hawaiian route pljlng
between here and various Island ports.
Although nil his long experience has
been gained In sailing vessels. Captain
Johnson possesses the highest tertiti-
cates that can be granted to masters of
steamships In the United States, which
fact goes to show that It Is possible for
a master mariner In a windjammer to
learn a great deal about steamships
without going to sea in them As tho
Rosccrans will not carry passengers,
his transfer from the Roderick Dhu,
while looked upon as an advancement,
will not be hailed with delight bj tho
travelling public on the Hllo route At
some time or other, It Is safe to sny.
every man, woman and child In Hllo
has met Captain Johnson
Governor Dole, W. G. Irwin and 1'
A. Schnefer, Judges of exhibits in tho
Merchants Fnlr, concluded an Iiihjhv-
tlon and deliberation of about two
and n half hours shortly before J
o'clock jesterday afternoon. They de
clined to announce their awards bffoie
reportlng In writing to the F.i'r Com
mittee. Mr. Irwin said the JiiiImi hail
tlllllciiltj In arriving at a Judgment
owing to the limitations pr-xrib-'l II
It were a matter of Judging between
exhibits of Hawaiian growth or nuuu
faeture. the decisions would have been
(omp.irutlve-ly eusj. Mr. Sihrefr- r.
marked on the dissimilarity of uitlclei
In the different exhibits as on of the
difficulties, The Impression product d
by the Judges In declining to give out
the awards forthwith yum that tuej
v-ruld present a somewhat ijaborutc
report on the exhibits.
San Francisco, July 21. The sihoo
ner Herman sailed jesterday ostcnilb
ly for Honolulu and the South seas 011
a pleasure trip, hut as the vessel did
not clear her destination Is not known
Captain James Brown, a retired mari
ner of the Atlantic- const, Is In com
maud, and Is accompanied by four or
the Eastern friends. Although u
storj has been circulated that thoy
nic on n hunt for trensure hurled un 11
South Sen Island, Captain Brown lu
slsts that thu vojagu Is taken purely
tor pleasure and that ttie party will 10
turn bj Clulbtmas The cxpeit nt
hujltig and outfitting the Herman
amounting to over $1S,000, Is said bj
Cuptnlu Brown to hnvo been borne
jointly bj hlmselt and tompauloiis,
RODERICK DHU'S TRIP.
San Francisco, Julj 21 The bails
Rodeikk Dhu, Captain Johnson sailed
jesterday for Hllo with the usual
number of passengers and n fnlr sized
cargo of freight. Mrs. Thomas H Whit
tle) sister of W. Zoller of the Pacific
Steam Navigation Companj salltd loi
the round tilp to Hllo, ami Is nccnni
panic d hj Mrs Peter Johnson, wife ot
tho Roderick Dim's mastei. and her
children The other passengers were.
Mrs A. Nnpthaly, A. L Mann, Mr Dae
umelstei, Mrs, L, L. Cameron uud two
chllilien, Dr. Thoinpbon, Di Mnjnaid.
Mr Ross and two children of (lenigu
ITALIANS REPLACE JAPANESE.
llutto, Mont, Julj 2.' A special to
tin- Miner fiom IIiimii sajn ,i iipmi
has re ached the inllmail olllilils t lie
thut the (lient Northern Itullwiiy I'niii
piinj will replace Its Jnpmuse tuuKuieii
with Itnlluns The Oieat Noitlieiu em
plojs over 100U Jiip.iliebe on its llnrs
In Montana An Inlci prefer Is now nl
Humo makliiK nrnuiKcini.ntH fin ,n
lOmmoiKitlons for n ciev, of ahoiii lunu
Itnlluns They v. Ill ucilwj aluiut Hi
cents an hour.
Recorded July 23, 1902.
Jno. Llmahal to Walheo Rice Plan
tation Company, Limited; lease; R. P.
0400, Kill. 4389, Ap. 2, Kapoho, Wnlhee,
Mnul, ten jears at JI0. Book 231,
page 4C9. Dated July 1, 1902.
P M Wakefield to Theo II Davles
and Company deed, lot U of It P.
4001 Kalvvlkl tract. Hllo one half In
forest In lot 315 of Grant 4173, one half
Interest In lots 352, 353 nnd 351. Olaa
Puna Hawaii, $5nn Book 238 page
172 Dated Julj 8, 1P0
Polpe Llllll nnd husband to Ah Ng
nnn Itnse. R P 81'). Kill 2iW2 Wat
kele. Ewa Oahu, ten jenrs at $95
Book 233 page 472 Dated Januarj 8
Recorded July 24, 1902.
C All Young to Yee Ylck Wnl by
trustees, assignment of lease, lease 01
C P lauken trustee, Hotel street ex
tension Honolulu, Oahu, $5 Book
233. page 473 Dated Jul) 23. lim.'.
Kaimlola to Jno Kcahlpnkn trus
tee agreement; to lease piece land
Walplo Ewa, and one half R P 3399.
Kill 730. Smith Btreet. Honolulu. Oahu
lit). Book 233, page 327 Dated Ma
Namanu to Kolo.i Sugnr Companj
lease; one fourth Interest ot water
right lu R P 4230, Kill. 5314. Koloa.
Kauai, twentj jenrsat $10 per annum
Book 233, page 474 Dated Julj 21,
San Antonio Portuguese Benevolent
Society of Hnwnll to Luiza U Plmental
nnd husband, release, lots 4, 5, 0 and
block Hi, Kewnlo tiact, Honolulu,
Onliu, $1400. Book li9, page SCu. Da
ted Julj 23, 1902.
II Illiota to Tahara, assignment of
mortgage, mortgage D Hlgashl on one
wagon, one horse nnd harness, $13n
Book 237, page 287. Dated Jul 8,
Manal.nl to Sam Kamne Jr , deed,
one acre- land, Koloaha, llamakua, Hu
wall $30 Book 238, page- 17J Dated
Julj 10, 1902.
lit beet a Kiinakahl nnd husband to
M V Holmes, mortgage. Apt 1 and
Wnlkah.iluiu, Honolulu, Oahu, ?i't"
Book 2J7. page 2nS. Dattd Jul 17,
Mnuakiii to Flora Kannokatanl
di'td. live and one hall neres html
Kolouhn llamakua, Hawaii, Jill Book
Jo. p.igo 17J Dated July 19. 19"2.
Emma L. Dillingham nnd husband
to Ewa Plantation Companj; release
Iced. Interest In leasehold Hoiioullull.
Ewn, Oahu, $1. Book 23.", page 323.
Dated November 21, 1901.
Ida 11 Castle ami husband to Ewa
Plantation Company; release deed; In
terest lu iensehold. Ilonouliull, Ewa,
Oahu, $1. Book 231, page 329. Dated
Nov ember 21, 1901.
Emma L Dillingham and hushaud to
Oahu Railway nnd Land Compnnj, ro
lease deed. Interest in leasehold. Ilo
nouliull, Ewa, interest in leasehold, Ka
liiiku, Koolauloa, Oahu, $1 Book 235,
page 3J0 Dated November 21, 1901,
From 1st o Pathcto to llaKalau Plan
tation C'ompnny, lense; lot 12, Walkau
limlo Humeste-nd, North Hllo, Hawaii;
ten jeais at $-'0o. Bunk 233, page 170.
Dated Maith 11, 1902.
W F Allen, trustee, to Mary A.
Diiwiip) lelease; Ap. 1, of II P. 129,
Kill 3121. Knncohc, Oahu, $G30. Book
132, page 12U. Dated Jul) 1, 1902.
William Grieve to Alice- Hcrrlck, re
lease, lot A, poitlon tit lot ."j ot
Giant 37."C and piece land. Maklkl, Ho
iinlulu Oahu; $J.',0n. Book 214, pago
2W. Dated Jul) 23, 1902.
Recorded July 25, 1902.
Kepaa to A. Pauolc, deed It l1
!)!.' Kill 519S, Halavvu, Mulokal, $70.
Bonk 2JS, page 173, Dated June lb
Chuck You uud Ahaiia Companj to
Chuck Kain, chattel mortgage, lease
holds, (offee shop, etc Honualuo N
K 'in. Hawaii; $100 Hook 237, pasu
2'JH Di.ttd July 24, 19U-'
L11111 Pn Kee and wile to Chung
Oil), tleed, uiie-half Interest lu lot 1,
Kailu tract, Honolulu, Oahu. Jl.'UO.
IKiuh .'lb. pnge 17.. Dated Julj 2J,
Lavlnla Kapu to William B. McWhlr
ter; murtgiiKe, lands. Maul, $230 Book
2J7 page 291 Dated June 2, 1902.
C Aehl and wlfo to V O La
iitiun, (It eel, lots V and 10, block It
KniiiUul tract, Honolulu, Oahu, $10u.
Dojii 2Jb, page 177. Dated Match 11
P Silva and wife lo T. R. Ke) worth.
tiuat'-c, mortgage, two pieces land,
Kukiinakii, Honolulu, Oahu, $7'0. Book
o7 p.ige 292. Dated Jul) 7, 1902.
Enlth E. Pond and husband to Peter
C. JoncH, Limited; moitgugu, portlou
lot 4. block K, College Hills, Honolulu,
Oahu $.Miiiii Book 237 page 291. Da
ted Jul) 1, 1902.
Recorded July 26, 190.'.
.Inn Kaalele to W I. Knlllwiil, tlccil,
Inttie-st In Kills ;il.;i anil 2I9J, Kane
olio Knuhiupiikn, Onhu $lu Book 241,
page .11 Dated .Mm. Jt. 19U2.
Lillian K Keamahi t nl to W I.
Knlllwiii, d 1. Iiittnxt In Kills 3131
nnd 2191 Kiiut-ohe Kiiol.iupnkn Oahu
$.'.'. Ilnolt 211 imri -' Dated June
Sol MehtMiU and wile tu Ino M.
Ken, iIccmI. lots II and 12 block I
Kaplolanl Pail, addition Honolulu, Ou
hu, $!iiu(i Book 2I! pigo 17S DateJ
June lo. 19U2.
Antonti J AndiBdi t" Joan O Clc
uientu, died, unehnli lot 23 block 1,
Kewulii tract Honolulu Oahu, $050.
Bonk .'38 page IS" Dated July 20.
Sing Ki i- lu Washington Mercantile
Coiiip.ui assignment lire claim for
$17')-. 1.1 $1 Book 2T page 331 lMt
eil Jul) 21 19U.'
BELGIAN QUEEN TIRED.
IIiiishi-Im luh J" l-a Hefoime puli
llslii-i. ,in i xtiniiiilitiiii) nlli'KPd Intel
i ultli the- (Juiiii "I the Ile-lKlillls
(MiiiIi llunlitii I lu which Her MnJ
i-tl Is iiuiiliil a iliiR Hint the p.i
p. is lme niiiili In I mil t" he ihlllK toil
qiili Mc mill li" n I'i'" '! hiiueiiteil hei
llltl . Illlli'lllll-Sh
i 1 i tits to I ii He muni' (Juoen Mil
lie lleniiette slid I am tliiirnuiilili
uouiiil 1 who In Hun's past was hi
a nm III fmiii linn IIiipss 1 haw nil
l in) iIoks tn niniisc me- uud .mi uliua
The tteamert ot this line will arrive and leave thii port m be.andcr:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN FnANCISCO.
ALAMEDA AUG. 8,
SIERRA AUO. 20
ALAMEDA AUO. 29
SONOMA SEPT. 10
ALAMEDA.. . . SEPT 19
In connection wlta the sailing or tr.o acove steamers, tne agents are pre
red to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets or any rail
Old from Ban Francisco to all point b In the United States, and from New
'ork by any steamship line to all European porta.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APP1.T TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AQENT8 OCEANIC 6. 8. CO.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWLEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Piciflc Coast.
S. S. ALASKAN, to tall about AUGUST 20th
S. S. CALIFORNIAN, to tall about SEPT. 15th
S. S. AMERICAN, to tall about .... OCTOBER 15th
Freight received at Company's wharf. 42d St., South Brooklyn, at ail tlmei.
From Sun PrnnclMCo
S. S. NEVADAN, to tall . . AUGUST 28th
S. S. NEVADAN, to tall .... OCTODER 9th
S. S. NEDRASKAN, to tall . . OCTODER 30th
Prom Honolulu to Sun F3rncl.NCo.
S. S. NEVADAN, to tall AUGUST 9th
S. S. NEVADAN, to tall OCTOBER 20th
From Seattle find Tucomci
S. S. HAWAIIAN, to tall AUGUST 10th
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB,
Otneral Fr.l.ht Agent H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
AQENT8, H ONOLULU.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamert of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave thta port on or about the datet below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA. FOR 8AN FRANCISCO
KOREA AUO. S
'COPTIC AUO. 10
HONGKONG MARU ,
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION
H. HACKPBLO &
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Bteamers ot the above line, running In connection wltu the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. B. C, and Sydney, N.S.W.
and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu, Suva, FIJI and Brisbane, are DUE
AT HONOLULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.:
From Vancouver anu Victoria, B. C.
(For Brisbane and Sydney.)
MOANA AUO. 2
MIOWERA AUO. 30
AORANOI SEPT. 27
Througk Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
Inrope. For Freight and Passage and all general Information, apply to
Thco. H . Davlcs &
GLOBE NAVIGATION COMPANY, LTD.
PUGET SOUND-HONOLULU ROUTE.
Connecting Direct -without transfer with G. N. ny., N. P. n., and C. P.
R. Lowest rates of freight from all eastern points; shortest possible time.
8. 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 ISLAND8.
Globe Nav. Co., Ltd., Seattle, Wash.; P. W. Rochetter, 308 Market St.,
8. F.; Asentt of above rjadt, will furnlth Information.
Make a Good
By having youp photo
taken. My work Is
ol tho highest quality
and prices reasonable
J. J. Williams,
Take elevator In Boston Block.
Drays tor Freight
aTiis HntatAntotiVa fnatjctav all tnWMaa.
Itni ateamers from the Coast, and m
check baggage on all outgolni tteasj
White and Black Sand For Silt
Office with Evening Bulletin, II'
King street Tel 8.
. LnRSEN, MTr.
When You Want a Rig
KlNO IIP Till
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stable Tboue. 109 Main.
Hack Stand, 'Phones 319 and ia.
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THE ORIGINAL HAWAIIAN
QUINTET and GLEE CLUB.
D. Jones Manager
Music for all occasions
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Music Dcpt, nud at 113 Hack Stand.
'ALAMEDA AUO, 13
SONOMA AUO. 19
'ALAMEDA SEPT 3
VENTURA SEPT. 9
'ALAMEDA SEPT. 21 '
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PEKING AUO. 11
GAELIC AUO. 20
DORIC SEPT. 12
NIPPON MARU SEPT. 10
APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
CO, LTD. AGENTS.
From Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver. B. C.)
MIOWERA JULY 30
MOANA SEPT 24
Co.. Ltd., Gen'l Agents.
MANUFACTURED FROM PURE
DI8TILLED WATER. : : I I
Delivered to any part ot
city by courteoui driven.
Oabt. Ice and Electric Co
TELEPHONE BLUE 1151.
HOFFfiAN & HARKHAn.
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Port St., bet. Queen and Merchant
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Everytnlng flrttclati. Complete lint
Key Wett and Domettlc Cigars alwayi
H. J. NOLTE, - Proorielor.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
twttn Merchant and Quern.
H. 14 Cunnlniham. Jno. oha.f.i
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholeulo Importers and Jobbert
European and American Dry Goods
Fort and Queen Btt
DECKER, rERNAKDES & CO,
Real c.tate Asentt.
A'o also maKe a specialty of cnlarglnr
Oftlce. tor. South and KIuk Street!
P. O. flox 321; 'Phono 'J12 Main.
JaOJ!S THE CONTINENT TVXht
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCWOtt.
TWO TRAINS DAILr
yjcly THREE DAYS to Chico.
Only FOUR DAY8 to New totV,
''Jinan Palace Sleepers. Buffet. Emot.
lag and Library Cars, with BariM
Bkop and Pleasant Reading Roottc
Dining Cars (Meals a-ue-ctrU).
Free Reclining Cbslra.
Pullman Ordinary 81eepert.
X. LOTHROP, General Aeeot.
lit Third street, Portland, OresMfc
. W. HITCHCOCK, General Aettt,
Wo. 1 Montgomery SL.San Fraseln.
. la. LOMAX O. P. A T. A..
1471 Omaha, Nebraata,
Hawaiian Tramway's Tiou
KING STREET LIKE.
Cara ! Walklkl lor town al 1 ! tj. s A m
at4.v.ry is nlnutci thereafter till ro.49, icrrt earl
11 41 r M Iron Walklkl ijo to Hie PuutkM Sarbta,
Can leave R Rant, or Pawaa ewltdi f ot t
1 iia M. anil ever? M mloutea thereafter nil irtrji.
Cart leave Fort and kliir ttmfe rummi nun.
alt is A M. aol every 11 mlatitei altar en its.
Carl leave for Palama only at 5 enf t yi aji.
Cart teeve Palama for Walklkfl 11a1.nl vnrr
m amulet till, el r M, toenail. 11 m4 ujr
Tbeilie A. from Patana fo. t-un.hAi. m!w mm
10 Walld.l on Saturdayl
.ari leave ron ana mr vtreell corner ft! KTCn
Ktnr. at s to ana to a m
Cara leave Forte
King ttrertt comer foeWarttAK
altot at and every is nlnutet till tome- at ffteaer
I tnlnutei till io?r at flwaa
t 11. IS r K, (on la WataM
v s id, ii.jrai 11
and 11 ot rM.
BERfcTANIA STREET AND NUUANU VAU.tr.
Cart leave Punahou Sletil. fnr T.m at. .a-
lor Town and Valley all 40 5 so 6 10 . r aaet
y m A M.
Cara leave OahuCollera for town uiA v.fi.r
t so t so and y 10 A n and ever) to elfutet BU m.o
r p. iitrpi in. even Dour ana nail, Do-ar car. vfjaw
run Iron the Statte
Cart leave Nuuanu Valley at 6 le 1 1 so A, a ml
every 10 nlnutee thereafter till 10 so r at
Cara leave Fori and ran ..... f - - - -
Colteceat os t as 4SA M endevery ro atmt
uvr mi. 4S r Aiier mat tne cart nan v. ma
Stable unto 11 toP.M. which lalhelailcar IhTm.
iiachlnr lha Stable 11 11 j. r a
Telephone to All Parts of tin bUni.
J. G. HENKIQPES, PROP.
Horses and Carrlagco
To the Volcano or the Mountain.
An excellent chance It oftcrrxl ton
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Mauna uo
at Kallua and take paasengera overianaf
to Hookena, where the steamer la n4
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January L Iff,
STATIONS DAILY DAIIT
(Outward) ea. Sun. DAILY ei Sua DAILY DAllt
am. am. am. f , e-ja
' t . . -J-J- 1
Honolulu ,.. t io 9 1 5 11 of 1 1$ j.nr
Ptarl City.... loj 94I 11 o 1 T !
Ewa Mill,... ) loot m 409 I b
Wattiut 10 .,,., 4 4) ..
WttUlua 11 j. 44 ,
Kahuku it it ,,.,. it .,
(toward) ai Sua. daily oaky Daut
AM A.M PM fM
Kahuku 5 H tut
Walalua ft 19 .... t-ja
Walanat to ... J j
Ewa Mltl 50 J 4 1391 4
Ptiil City 611 1 01 la 4-9
Honolulu bo t is yi Jt
r C. SMITH, Gen'I Past. & TlcJtet Ait.
Q. P. DHN18QN. Buporintendfttit
6ct of 5 maps, $2.00
50 CENTS EAOIT
On salt at office ot , . .
THE . . .
Cim, Corner of Iloretaula Avenua
and Punchbowl Street.
All Work Done by Hand
LACE CURTAINS A SPECIALTY.
J. ADADIE, Proprietor.
Telephone Olue 3552.
i IF YOU WISH TO ADVERTISE jr
ANYVW1ERI3 AT ANYTIME j"
Call on or Write
E.C. DAM'S ADVERTISING AGE8CI;;
04 & (s merchants' Gxctwnse
SAN rUANCISCO. CAL. ! !
Primary, Secondary or Tertiary Blood PoKei
r.rBaa,.llj fer.a. Tea eta a. Ir,tl,l al U mT
. aaaraalf. Ir r. aire ul.a t..rewf. MIS. . ..
Ml altl ka.e ara.e eel .!., . 1 ttrt.. U KtK
t.r. tkr.. rielr Cerr fel.rl Ifgu, ierw. e
.r fart er U he47, Utlr e. KjW kltiaff ew, wrfefc
Cook Remedy Co.
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