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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
Wlllemlna Proper )
Anton J. Proper,
The Territory of Hawaii:
To the High Sheriff of the Territory
of Hawaii, or his Deputy, the Shcrllt
ol the Island of Oahu, or his Deputy:
You are commanded to summon Anton
J. Proper, defendant. In case he shall
file written answer within twenty dajs
after sen Ice hereof, to be and nppear
before the said Circuit Court at tho
August term thereof, to bo holden at
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, on Monday,
the 4th day of August next, at 10
o'clock a. m., ta show cause why the
claim of Wlllemlna Proper, plaintiff,
should not be awarded to her pursu
ant to the tenor of her annexed peti
tion. And have jou then thero this
writ with full return of jour proceed
WITNESS Hon. A. S. Humph-
rejs, First Judgo of tho Or
(SEAL cult Court of the First Circuit
at Honolulu, this 5th day of
(Signed) GEORGE LUCAS,
1 hereby certify that tho foregoing
Is a full, true and correct ropy of the
oiiglnal summons in said cause, and
that tho said Court ordered jiubltca
tlon of the same and continuance of
bald cause until the next November, A.
D. 1902, Term of this Court.
J. A. THOMPSON,
Clcik of the Circuit Court of the First
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
221G Aug. 5, 12, 19, 20; Sept. 2, 9.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The undersigned THOMAS G
TilllUM, executor of the will of GEO.
EIINEST AUGUSTINE TIIKUM, lata
of Honolulu, Oahu, deceased, admitted
to probate this day, hereby gives no
tlce to all pei sons having claims
against the estate of said George
Ernest Augustine Thrum, to present
the same to him at Ills place of bus!
ness, 1003 Fort street, Honolulu, with
In six months from the date of tho
first publication of this notice, or they
will be forever barred.
Dated Honolulu. August 4tb, 1302.
THOMAS O. 'IHIIUM,
Executor of the Will of George Ernest
Augustine Thium, Deceased.
221C Aug. 5, 12, 19, 20; Sept. 2
., NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
Shippers of freight by steamers i (
the Thtcr-Island Steam Navigation Co.,
Ltd., are hereby notified thai a new
form of shipping receipt has been
adopted by the company to go Into ef
fect at once.
Freight will be accepted, however,
v. tho old form of receipt up to Octo
ber 1st, 1902, after which date, freight
will be received only on tho now form
of receipt, a copy of which can be
teen at tho office of tho company,
I.NTEUISLAND STfcAM NAVIGA
TION CO, LTD.
21C9-lm J. ENA, Picsldcnt.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
On and after this date bills of lading
will be issued by this company, Instead
of shipping receipts as heretofore.
Freight will be received under tho
old form of shipping receipt up to Oc
tober 1st, 1902, but after that date the
bill of lading only win bo accepted.
VriLDEIl'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
C. L. WIGHT,
Honolulu, June 10th, 1902. 2171-29t
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
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the basis of all animal life and
For Sale At Auction
The undersigned will sell at public
auction at the auction rooms of James
F. Morgan on Saturday, the 23d day ot
August, 1902, at 12 noun, tho following
valuable parcels of land in Honolulu.
Teims cash, deeds at purchaser's ex
A beautiful lot situated on the right
hand or southeasterly side of Nuuauu
street Id Honolulu, adjoining tho ma
kal side of premises occupied by Jas.
Sponcer, Esq, containing about an
acre and a quarter (1 1-1), less a
small strip taken from the front to
widen said street.
This lot comprises the northwester
ly portion of premises covered by Itoy
ol Patent 314 on L. C. Award 147C to
lwlula. It Is well above the street,
well drained and Is an Ideal location
for a homestead.
Scveial lots at Walklkl, all situated
makal of King stieet In Kapaakca,
near the proposed location of the Mc
Klnlcy Memorial Park, and more par-
ttculaily Identified as follow b:
1st. A large parcel, comprising
house-lot, kula and several valuable I
kalo patches with water right, makal
of the "Loko Paakea," and on the
noithwcst, adjoining tho nuwal or
si i earn Issuing from said loko, contain
ing a total area of five and thrco
eighths (5 3 8) acres, more fully set
forth and described In I'.ojal Patent
5929 on L. C. Award 2G19 to Parian.
2nd. A fine Kalo patch adjoining the
auwal Issuing from said Loko Paakea
(very near tho 5 3-S acres lot above),
more fully set forth In ItoyrJ Patent
0332 on L. C Award 1424 to Kanluhl.
This lot comprises 19-1UU acTe and t.ie
nuwal thirty (30) rous.
3id. Three line kalo patches (south
of the 5 3 S acres lot), on the auwal
formerly called Moanaull's Auwal,
leading out of the main stream. Said
Kalo patches have n watc'r right and
are more fully described as Apanaa 2,
3 and 4 of lloyal latent 4034, on L. U
Awaid 1275 to Mokinl no Panau and
containing 14-100, 11-100 and 15-100
4th. A large kalo patch situated
about west of tho land mentioned,
above, with a water right, containing
24-100 acic, more fully set forth in
Roval Patent 0333 on L. C. Aw aril
The foregoing Kalo lands nre occu
pied for lice and kalo cultivation by
Lam Wo Slug Co. under a verbal
agieement, determinable after har
vesting any crop.
Further particulars maps and other
Intoi matlon can bo bud on Inquiring of
W. It. CASTLE,
Tiusteo for Pnhau Heirs.
QUEEN'S HOSPITAL NOTICE.
From and aftei today, tho visiting
bonis at the Queen'H Hospital will bo
1 to 4 o'clock and
6 to 7i30 o'clock p. m.
and no vlsltois will bo alluvvcd beyond
these boms, except by special peinils
slon. JOHANNES V. ECKAUDT,
It. G CURTIS, M.l),
Queen's Hospital, August 7, 1902.
All powers 6r attorney of any nn
tuie by me heretofore at any tlmo
made or evented are beieby l evoke!
Irom the date 01 publication of this no
tice. C. 11. HISHOP.
San rianclsco. Cal., July 28. 1902.
lio, Corner of Hcrelanla Avenue
and Punchbowl Street.
All Wotk Done by Hand
LACE CURTAINS A SPECIALTY
J. ABADIE, Proprietor.
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PLUCKY WORK OF
THAYER AND PORTER
VESSEL HAD BEEN ABANDONED
IN SOUTH SEAS FINALLY
BROUGHT INTO 'FRISCO
San Francisco, July 29. After hav
ing been abandoned In the South tens
by her captain and crew, the British
four-masted thlp Pjrcnets has been
brought to this port by Captain George
Porter and a crew of men picked up
at Tahiti. Two-thirds of them are
Cook Islanders, who have never before
been away from home. The ship ar
rived yesterday afternoon, sixty-eight
dajs from Papeete, Island of Tahiti,
sailing Into the harbor and coming to
anchor off Black Point. The passage
from the South Seas was devoid of In
cident until only a few dajs ago, when
a gale carried away some of the back
stays of the foremast. On all the trip
tails were carried on all the masts ex
cept the mlzzen, which was weak.
The Pjrenees, commanded by Cap
tain Robert Bryce, sailed from Tacoma
on Ostober 14, 1900, for Lelth, with a
cargo of 3750 tons of wheat and barley,
Everjthlng went well until the after
noon of November 10, when Chief Mato
John Kerr reported to the captain that
smoke was coming from one of the aft
er ventilators. The ship was then not
far from the equator. Efforts to
quench the fire In the hold were untuc-
cissful, and Captain Brjce made for
Pltcalrn Island, distant 1700 miles, with
the intention of beaching the ship. Fair
winds enabled the Pyrenees to make
good time and Pltcalrn was reached
on November 29, but the Island was
cnciicled by such huge breakers that
It was Impossible to run the Vfttel
ashore. Governor McCoy of Pltcalrn,
one of the "Bounty" descendants, went
out to the ship, and, upon learning ol
the situation, advised going to Manga
Ilcvn lagoon 300 miles to the west-
northvvm, and offered to pilot the ship
o that place. His services were ac
cepted, and with the Iron decks warp
ing over the heat of the burning grain,
and with all hands well nlgb exhaust
ed after their long vigil In keeping
the decks flooded, the Pyrenees steered
her course for Manga Ileva. The la
goon was safely reached on December
2, 1900, and the ship wat beached Is
an upright position.
For nineteen dajs Captain Bryce and
bis men remained near the snip, which
appeared to be bvond salvation, and
Iln.ui succeeded in reaching Papeete
In the schooner Voctor. Slventeen days
latei Captain Brjce and his men Balled
for this port on the steamer Australia,
teaching here on February 0, 1901 A
few weeks later the Pyrcntts, upon In
etrmtlons from her owners, was cf
fcied for Mile at auction, and brought
U. but the owners In England re
fused to appiove the sale. Some months
later the undciwrlteis, who had taken
ovci the shin, told the wreck to Cap
tain I. E. Thajei- of this city for n turn
said to have been S1500. He Imiccdl
ately began pieparutlons to i-ave the
vessel, though he was Ignoiant of her
exact condition. With Captain George
Portei. fonorly a whaler. Captain
Thajer went to Tahiti, when they tail
ed on a schooner for Manga Ileva. with
nn outfit for saving the ship. With tho
crudest kind of assistance from a noru
or more of natives they succeeded In
floating the Pjiences on February 17
last, nnd sailed her to Tahiti. Them
the vessel was put In shape for the trip
to this poit.
The pluck and daring of Captains
Thajei and Porter have been pialted
by every seafailng man who knew of
the abandonment of the Pyrenees and
the appaiently slight chance of saving
tho vessel The appeaiance of the ship
after her arrival In poit yesterday
pioved that Thajer and Poiter deserv
ed all the praise they iccelved That
poitlon of the Iron deck that still re
mained was warped out' of nil shape,
and even the stout lion rail was In
plans, as ciooked as a snake. A ruck
tcmpoiaiy deck of boards covered the
lion glrdeis, and the most uncomfort
able quaiteis were occuplfd by cap
tain and cievv. However, they suc
ceeded In bring the Pjienees to pert,
and vveie hale and brown upon arrival
Fiom down In the bold of the Pyr
enees came nn offensive odor of rot
ting ginln, left In the ship for ballast
and the exteilor of the hull was a ir.f.fcs
of lust and barnacles. Thousands oi
dollais will have to be spint men tin
big ship In ordei to put her In good
. nndlllon again.
The Pjrencis. at the time of her
abandonment at Mania Ileva, was
owned bj J llaulie &. Co. of dlr.sgow
while she vviib bulll In 1891. The vowl
has a length of 2S4..1 feet, buaillli rf
!.'.5 fed, and depth of 24 7.
The manufacture of petroleum brl
outts has become a somewhat linpoit-
ont Indiislij In France. I he bilijwtt,
consist of either ciuelc or icflned perto
leum, mixed with certain chemicals,
the niitur" of which Is kept as a trade
aeint. and are made In moulds under
a presstue of JOU pounds, to the squaio
Inch. They weigh only half as much
as coal In the same bulk, and glvo
twice as much heat. They keep In ,ood
condition Indefinitely, aie not dnngti
nus In any waj. bum with a vvhtti
Itame about eight I IK lies In height anil
give off neither smoke noi odor
Tin ii mt IMi blind pei" in' In tho
I'utl I. ml of Londun manv ol vvl.nn
huvt to beg for a living ktntix tin;
Hlglul(- i"ldent of tl.e National
l.i.igu. oi the blind.
Pure, Pale and Sparkling. Bottled
Recorded August 5, 1902.
J M. McChesney and wife to Antilo
Hoe, deed, poitlon Kill. 2081 Walkll.l,
Honolulu, Oahu $250. Hook 23 pag
237. Dated July 18, 1902.
Recorded August 6, 1902.
Metropolitan Co., Ltd . bj asslgne.-,
to C II. Hofgaard & Co.. bill of sale,
leasehold of Ap. 2, It. P M7n, IcneehoM
of Ap 2, It P. 3593, wagons etc WpI
mca, Kauai, $1 and $3 03' Hook 2T5,
pago 357. Dated July t7. 1902.
Frank Godfrey to J no. Kidwell;
deed; Interest In 30 1-in acres land,
Manoa, Honolulu. Oahu. Hook 211,
pago 49. Dated June 12, 1902.
Kapuaa to Ah Fook; lease, pi to
land, Llllha street, Honolulu Oahu;
fifteen years at $0",. Book 210, ngo
39. Dated September 9, 1899
Ah Took to T. Ah Hung: chatti 1
mortgage, two leaseholds. Imlldln ts,
etc., Alapal and Llllhn street Mono
lulu. Oahu. ?550. Bool. 239 pace 2'J I.
Dated August 0. 1902.
S. K. Kane and wife to Saiifnid 1).
Dole, deed, portion Grant 35.-,, ete Ka
llhl, Honolulu, Oahu; $450. Book .MI,
pago 51. Dated July 12, 1902.
Kaaha tri Helen Kaahamaklnl et nl ,
deed; Interest 111 Ap. 2, It. P. 2521 Kill.
2092, two lols of R. P. 2075. Kill 17V
etc, Moanalua, Honolulu, Oahu J,',,
Book 241, pago 53. Dated DecemOur
Helena Kaahamaklnl et nl (o S. M.
Damon; deed; portion Ap. 1 II P 2073,
Kul 1793. Moannlun, Honolulu, Oa'n,,
4,000. Book 241. page 53. Dated Ai
gust 4, 1902.
H. M, Damon to Helena Kaahamaklnl
et al., lease, portion It. P. 2075. Kul
1793, Ap, 1, Moanalua, Honolulu ()(.
hu; Ufa lease at $1 per annum l!uu
240. page 40. Dated August 4. 1902.
Recorded August 7, 1902.
Ah Took and wife to Tom l.uni.
deed of adoption, male child dim
Fong, born August 24. 189S. Hook 2S3,
page 358. Dated June 20, 19o.'.
Ituta Kualll tu Jnn. Panluhl, drl.
pieces land, .Manoa, Honolulu, Oalm,
$1, etc. Hook 23S. page 239. Dat",l
November 15, 19ol.
Kamal and husband to E A. Kui'd
sen; deed; IL P 70S I, Kill im.'li, liana
pepe Valley, Kauai; $.oo. liuol. s::s
pago 239. Dated June is. 19".!
Estate William Dean to John Iw.i
ma, assignment of moitgnge; nmr
gago Pekolo et nl. In book S'. pag- '111.
(315. Book 239, page 2o. Dated No
vember 5, JS97.
Jaa. Flnuoy and wife to Eniiiui V.
Harrison; deed; lot 7. Tantalus, Kuan
lulu, Oahu; tl.iiuu. Book 2., pa mi
240. Dated May 19. 1902.
8 W. Kanaka ole to Lam Wo Sing,
deed, thrco lols in Ap. 1. It. P. 2";:.
Kul. 1443, Walklkl, Honolulu. Oahu;
1150. Book 23$, pago 212. Dated All
gust 2, 1902.
Chailea S. Deskj', truster, et al tu
Ulsbop of Panapolis; deed portion Kul.
10498, Kalliil. Honolulu. Oahu, ?1
Dated August 6. 1902.
Tarn Seo to J. II. Schnnck, rvleasP
dower; Ap. 1, Kul. 1310, portion Kul.
85, Nuiianu Valley. Honolulu Oahu,
$1. Book 235, page 359. Dated Julj
S. C. Allen to J II Schiiaek. re
lease; portion Kul. bo. Nuiianu inllcv,
Honolulu, Oahu, ?l.o'io. Book 2il
page 430. Dated August 0. 1902.
Cbarleu S. Desk) nnd wife to Pel y
M. Pond; deed; lot 19, Pacific' Heights.
Honolulu, Oahu; $2,750. Book 211,
page 57. Dated Mare b I, I9m2.
Recorded August 8, 1902.
W U. Ac hi nnd wife- to 1'innk lleiilil
gucH, deed; lot 3. block it. Kalulini
tract, Honolulu Oahu, $.'ou Hook
238, page 243. Dated June 10, I'Jo'J.
W. 0. Ac hi and wile tu Autciiie it d
Oouvelu; deed. lot 2, block "It," Kit lit
lanl tinct, Honolulu. Oahu: 5-ll. Hook
238, pago 311 Dated June 10, 1902.
Ah Kal tu J. Alfred Magoon Ap. 1.
II P. 7057. Kill S2I1S, Wnlplo. Evva.
Oahu, $400. Hook 238, page 2 15 Ila'o'l
August 7, 1902.
W. C. Peacock to Bishop & Co : sub
Sic'y, fifty bonds Moaua Hotel Co.
Ltd Book 239 pngi 211. Dated u
gust 7 ,1902.
Henry Wllgi roth Id August Dil. i
mortgage; Land Patent 439 1. Wnlalu
II, North Knna. Haw-all, $1.73(1. Hook
239, pago 243. Dated August S. tlloj.
David L. Pcteisoii to Jaine-H llelo
lubl; release; Ap 2, It. P. 1075, Kill
9708, Mnkua, Walanae, Oahu, $1 ill
Hook 211, page- 421 Dated August S.
Recorded August 9, 1902,
W. Almuniiiiinnii to Labela Alinuiri
manu; deed. It P. 2031. Kul. 5515, Ku:
Ilia, Koobiupoko, Oahu. $1. etc. Hook
241, pago 39 Dated August S, 1902
TELLER DOESN'T WORRY.
Cripple ('mil. t'ul. .Inly 2!i liii'
Morning '1 lines toimuinu will pilui a
llttti from fulled Slatex Si'iiiitin T I
lei to V II (iillfllli. nllliu if tin
llmen anil (lialiiiinn of the Slltii lie
publican State ('mull Cnmiultli e in
which he mivh h gaiillim liU ( undid t y
to Hiiececil hlmsUf
"1 do not ilesltc tin iiiiiimltti'e to
li.l'e un in Him hi th' mat 1 vi I iiivo
iiuetully lonsldi'ud tin iiittliui ax to
whethei I might In he a luinlld.tli' o
not ,nnd I linvi' O.'ti'i milled tu leiv
that question to tin Di-innc nit of c.il
Oindo In Stnte Convention .inheiuhlr I
It the St at i- Convention makes me Its
candlillile tut the Semite I will ucnpt
such nomination and euileavor to m
cud myxilf. hut II. iu tin ulhei hand,
the Stute ('(invention shall not see Hi
to mahe utiili nomination, I shall 'it
cept such uitlon ns time I uml will .lot
be u ciiuilldutc lui the S mite. I Kn i
of no ntlu l vv.iv b whli h I c .111 di i r
mine tin wishes of the p.ople us to ,ii
candid u fi n li turn '
(' Moon- IMinl ' tu of tli
ii billon of H.tllw ii Singoin
i lesi ph) ?b bin In Viim t b i
Only ot the Brewery In St. Louis.
Ocaanio Steamship Company
Tho tteamera'ot this line will arrlvo and leave this port as hwandLr:
FilOM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SN FRANCISCO.
SlEItUA At'O. 20iAI.Mi:DV AUG 13
ALAMEDA AUG. 29 SONOMA AUG. 19 i
SONOMA . .
In connection wltk tni sailing or tee above steamers, tno agents are pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through ttcketB 'y any rail
oad from 8an Francisco to all points la the United States, ana from Now
fork by any steamship line to all European porta.
TOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPI.T TO
Wm. 6. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AQENT8 OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
S. S. ALASKAN, to sail about . AUGUST 20th
S. S. CALIFORNIAN, to sail about SEPT. 15th
S. S. AMERICAN, to sail about OCTOBER 15th
Freight received at Company's wharf. 42d St.. South Brooklyn, at til timet.
From S(in Prnnclxco
S. 5. NEVADAN, to tall AUGUST 28th
S. S. NEVADAN, to tall OCTOBER 9lh
S. S. NEORASKAN, to tall OCTOBER 30th
Prom Honolulu to Sfin I3rnncJco.
S. S. NEVADAN, to tail OCTOBER 20th
From Scuttle nnd Tacoma
S. S. HAWAIIAN, to tall , AUGUST 10th
For further partlculan apply to
C. P. MORSB,
fitntral Fr.hjht Agent H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
AGENTS, H ONOLULU.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamer of the abova companies will call at Honolulu and
leave thlt port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA. FOR SAN FRANCI8CO.
COPTIC . .
HONGKONG MARU AUG.
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION
H. HACKFBLD &
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Bte&meri of the above line, running In connection wltu the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. D. C, and Sydney, N.S.W.,
and calling at Victoria, II. C, Honolulu, Suva, FIJI and Drlsbane, are DUE
AT HONOLULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.:
from Vancouver anu Victoria, B. C. i From Sydney and Brltban.
(For Brisbane and Sydney.) (For Victoria and Vancouver, D. C.)
MIOWER.V AUG. 30.AORANGI AUG. 27
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
Europe. For Freight and Passago and all general Information, apply to
Thco. H. Davlee &
GLOBE NAVIGATION COMPANY, LTD.
PUGET SOUND-HONOLULU ROUTE.
Connecting Direct without transfc- with G. 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 about
S. S. TAMPICO, Kom Seattle, on or ibout SEPT. 10
For further Information address
L. E. BEEBE,
2 Brewer Building, Honolulu. AGENT HAWAIIAN I3LAND8.
Globe Nav. Co., Ltd., 8e.ittle, Wash.; P. W. Rochester, 308 Market SL,
S. F.i Agentt of above rjadt, will furnlth Information.
Drays Top Frelfiht
Our representative meets all Incoa.
lag iteamers from the Coast, and it,
check baggage on all outgoing itf-au
White and Black Sint For Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin, IP
King street Tel 86.
S. LARSEH, M'U'r.
When You Want a Rig
ItlNO UP TH
LIVERY BOARDING and
i i : : : sis fort CTtf
Etable 'Phoue, 109 Main.
Hack Stand, 'Phones 311) and it.
C. H. UELLINA.
Honolulu Iron Works.
Impioved and modern SUGAR MA
CHINEllY of every capar'ty and d
icrlptton mado to ordtr. miller work
md RIVETED PIPES for Irrlgstlor
Durpores a specialty. Particular attsi
don paid to JOB WORK, and epaln
executed at shortest notice
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
Oftlrea Rooms 20S-20O Iloston built)
Ing, Tort Street ,
Telephones Ollleo, Main 383; Rot
Idence White 2351
Hours 11 n. m to 1 p m ; 3 to I
p. pi.; 7 to S p.in ; Sundays, i: to 2 p.m
P. 0. Box 801.
Fine Job Pilntlng at the Bulletin of
The Bulletin, 75 centt per rronth.
1 .t'fa aUthna tsu '.
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MANUFACTURED FROM PURE
DISTILLED WATER. : : : I
Delivered to any part of
city by courteous driven.
Oahn Ice and Electric Co
TELEPHONE BLUE S151.
HOFFHAN & nARKHAfl.
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Port Kt., bet. Queen and Mcrchunt
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Kverytnlng Ant-clan. Complete lint
Key Wet and Dometttc Cigars alwayi
H. J,' NOLTE,
M. PhilliDS & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobber
Europsan and American Dry Goods
Fort and Queen Rta
DECKER, FERNAIiDES & GO,
Real cttate Agentt.
vVo also make a specialty of enlarging
Office, cor. South and King Streeti
P. O floj 121: 'Phono 212 Main
THE ORIGINAL HAWAIIAN
QUINTET and OLEC CLUB.
Music for all occasions.
Leave orders at Havvn. News Co.,
Music Dept., and at 113 Hack Stand.
A LAM ED V
iDHOSa THE CONTINENT MUM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCIIC.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
OiXf TilREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New Tor.
Mlman Palace Sleepers. Iluffet, Smok.
Ui and Library Cars, with Barhu
kop and Pls&sant Reading Room.
Dining Cars (Meals a-U-carte).
Tree Reclining Chain.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepert.
' . LOTHROP, General AgenL
lit Third street, Portland, Orecoa.
1. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
Mo. 1 Montgomery St., San FrandsM,
1. h. LOMAX O. P. T. A.,
1471 Omaha, Kebruka.
Hawaiian Tramways Co.
KING STREET LINE.
Walklkl to Town and Palama Tars
leave WalUlkl at SM5, 6 no 6 IS and
fi-30 a. m., and every 13 mlnutea
thereafter until 11:00 p. m. Tho
11 1.1 nnd 11. (J p. m. go to Rlfia
Rifle Range (Pawaa) to Town Cart
leave Pavvnn nt 3:01, 6.01. 6:19 and
6 34 a m. and every 13 mlnutet
thereafter until 11 13 p. m
Fort and King Stt. Corner for Palama
Cars leave at 3-18, 6.18. 6:33 and
6 18 a m., and nt 15 minute Interval!
thereafter until 11 33 p m
Palama for Town and Walklkl Cart
leave at 5: OS, 3 3S, 5:53 and 6:08
n in., and every 15 minutes thereaft
er until ir:2a p m , then at 10.53
p. in. The 11 OS p in. from Palama
runs lo Pawaa only, evcept on Sat
tinbijH. when It goes to WalklM.
Fort and King Stt. Corner for Walklkl
tarn leave at .i U?, o.57. 6 12 and
fi'2" n ni . and at l.Vmlntite Interval!
thereafter until 10M2 p. m., then at
11.12 p. ni. The 11.42 p. m govs to
Paw an only, except on Saturdays,
when It runs tu Walklkl.
Pawaa to Walklkl Cars leavo nt 5-SS
a m. aud every 15 minutes thereafter
until lu-56 p. m.j then at 11:26 p. m.
BERETANIA STREET AND NUUANU
Punahou Stablet to Town and Valley
1'arn leave Punahou Stables at
5 3ti a. ni. for town only, and for
Town and Valley at 5 40, 5:50, 6:10.
6.20, i! 4ti, 7:00 and 7:20 a. m., and
thereafter ut tho even hour, at 10
minutes nnd' at 30 minutes past the
hour until 10:10 p. m.
Oahu College for lown and Valley
Curs leavo at 6:30, 6:50. 7-10 and
7. 4ti a. m., and thereafter at 20, 40
and 5u mliiti-s past each hour until
'.i 30 p. ni.
Fort and Queen Stt. Corner for Nuu
anu Valley Cars leavo at b:15 a, m.
and every 10 minutes thereafter un
til 10 35 p. u.
Nuuanu Valley to Town Cars leave
Nuiianu at 0:1b, 6:30 and 6.30 a, m.,
nnd nt Intervnls of 10 minutes there
after until 10 30 p. m
Fort and Queen Stt. Corner for Puna
hou Cum leavo at 6:05, 6 25, 6.43
and 7:05 a. ni nnd every 10 minutes
thereafter until 11:05 p. m. Tho cars
leaving at 5, 35 and 45 minutes past
the hour run to Punahou Stables;
those leaving at 15, 25 and 55 min
utes past the hour run to Oahu Col
lege. The last ear for Oahu College
leavea town at 9 25 p. m
elephone to All Parts of the Island.
rvEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. HENRIQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance la r.red foi (
6EB THE COUNTKY.
Carriages meet the 11. S. Maun uba
tt Kallua and take passengers ovtrUnf
to Hookenx, where the tteamer la mti
V . -
0. R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1. 1811.
TATIONS OAIIY DAIIY
(Outwirdg tt. bun. DAILY f i Sua daily daily
A.M. AM. A.M. P.M H.M
Honolulu .... t io git it os j i) $u
P..rl City.... oi 9l 1140 in i
Ewi Mill In to.ot ii oa 4 0 In
Wlinl 10 4 4 ,,.,
WaIaIua Il.i) i 40 ....
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K'buku in .... o
WtUlul 6.10 .... 50
Wllinio t to ...
twiMltl 1,(0 T4I 101 4 10
CiilClly t.i I oi io m
Honolulu 6.o l.ii jo sit
I C. SMITH. QcnT Past. & Ticket Ait.
n. P. niiNlSON, Superintendent
t'rimjry, Secondary or Tertiary blood PoKiw
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Cook Remedy Co.
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