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EVKNINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T.. WnDNESDAY, AUG. 13 100!.
II fc& II n
will have some of them under your
i' Every man who has a pain or
J' doctor tillls and lots of trouble.
. how I cur. Inclose this ad.
Dr. M. H, McLaughlin, ft
'j Never Sold lly Aflcntn or Diu,J S torsi.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Judicial Circuit, Territory of
In the Matter of the Estate of
Donald G. Campbell,
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
lly order nnd decree or the Honor
able George U. Gear, Second Judge of
the Circuit Court of the First Clicult,
sitting at chambers in the above en
titled matter. I will offer for sale and
sell at public auction on Friday, the
Ctli day of September, 1U02, at tho
Iront entrance of the Judiciary build
ing In' Honolulu, Oahu, the parcels of
land. 'situate In said Honolulu, heie
1. All that piece or parcel of land
situate at Mauluklkepa, Walklkl, said
Honolulu, and bounded and described
Beginning at the West corner of this
piece and running: N. 1" K. 133 fee',
N. 51 10' W. 117 feet along portion of
this land thence:
N.43'E. ll'JIcet. N. 4S3 W. 50 feet
N. "3 E. 1C9 feet to Government road,
S. C5C E. loafect along makal side of
S. 43 W. 270 feet along stone Wall,
S. 41' E. 103.0 feet nlong Btone wall,
S. 02 W. 132 feet along Btoue wall,
N. 45 W. SS feet to Initial point,
Area, 1 5-100 acres, being a portion
of the premises described In Hoyal
I'atent No, 3579, Laud Commission
Award Number 5240 and 53I to Kala
ma and Nakookoo, and the same prem
ises conveyed to said James Osborne
by deed of Ferdinand Jlcyer, dated Oc
tober C, lS'JG, and recoidcd In the Reg-
Ister OITIce. Oahu, In Liber 1U on
2. That certain piece or parcel of
land situate at Kapaakcu, Walklkl,
said Honolulu, being n portion of the
III of Kapaaken, Hoyal I'atent No. 4475,
Land Commission Awaid No. 7713, Ap.
33 to V. Kamamalu, and particularly
bounded and described as follows:
Beginning at tho Northwest corner
of Itoyal I'atent No. 3370, Land Com
mission Awards 5240 and 5301 to Ka
lama and Nakookoo and running as
follows by magnetic bearings:
1. N.CS'OO'W. bfifeet nlong road;
2. 8. 12' 0' W. 112 feet to corner of It.
3. N. r 00' E. 150 feet along It. P. 3570
to Initial point;
Area, 4011 square leef, and being
the same premises conveyed to James
Osborne by deed of the Trustees under
the will of Bernlce P. Illshop, dated
February 4, 1809, und recorded In said
Register Office In Liber 18S, ou pages
Said paicels adjoin and form one lot
of land. Further Information concern
ing said parcels of land may he obtain
ed at the office of W. O. Smith, Judd
building. Honolulu. Sale subject 18
confirmation by the Couit. Deed at
expense of puichascr.
Dated Honolulu, August Cth, 1902.
Administrator of tho estate of Donald
G. Campbell, alias James Osborne,
2217 Aug. C, 9, 13, 1C, 20, 23, 27, 30;
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Letters Testamctnry having been du
ly l.sued to the iiifderslsncd l.um Lop
Chee ns Executor or tho last Will and
Testament of LU.M TUCK JOE, lato il
Ewa, Island of Oahu, Tenltory of Ha
waii, deceased, notice Is hereby given
to all persons to present their claims
against the Estate ot said l.um Tuck
Joe. deceased, duly authenticate'.,
whether secured by mortgage or otht'
Iwse, to Messrs. Holm.es and Stanley,
Attorneys for tho undersigned, t tllelr
office on Knahdmanu street In tho city
of Honolulu, within SIX MONTfTd
from the date of the (list publication
hereof, or they will bo foiover barn' J,
and all persons Indebted to said Ba
tata are beieby requested to make im
mediate payment to the said Holme?
LUM LOP CHEE,
Executor of the Last Will and Testa
ment of Ltim Tuck Joe, Du
Honolulu, July 15th, 1902.
2199 July 10, 23, 30; Aug. 0, 13, 20
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
THE PAIN! i
It tells you that your kidneys and '.
vital jrjjans arc bre.ii.inu down. '
V'lifn :' 'it frol a no In In vciir Gael: .'j
vou lnd Lrttoi attend to It.. Tlusc I.
pains are messages telling you of J
worn-out net Tea, weak kidneys and 'j)
weak vitals. j'j
You Know the cause and you know v
what It means, so look to It In time. I,!
Dr. McLaughlin's Electric licit will J
euro In ten day. It ietores the -
warm, healthy life to the nerves and ..'
Alea, Oahu. II. T., Jan. 11, 1902. l!
Dr. M. 0. MeLauahlln. ,J
Diar Sir: My health Is greatly Ira- -j
pioted by the une of your belt, anl 1 ,'
recommend the treatment to all per- J.
pons who are afflicted with llioum'.- i;
tlsm. I have spoken to several of mv (
friends who have seen the greit '
chanse In my health, and I believe you ';
care. Respectfully yotus, I,.
EDWARD 11. M1KALEVI.
weakness should hae one. It saves j)
Let nir send you ray book describing -j
906 MARKET ST.,
For Sale At Auction
The undersigned will sell at public
auction at Mi., auctluu looms of James
F. Morgan on Satuiday, the 23d day ot
August, 1902, at 12 noon, the following
valuable parcels ot land In Honolulu.
Teinis cash, deeds at purchaser's ex
A beautiful lot situated on tho light
hand or southeasterly side of Nuuauu
street 111 Honolulu, adjoining tho ma
kal side of premises occupied by Jas.
Hpciuer, Esq., containing about an
acre and a quarter (1 1-4), less a
small strip taken from the front to
widen said street.
This lot comprises the northwester
ly portion of premises covered by Itoy
nl Patent 314 on L. C. Award 1470 to
Iwlula. It Is vvell above the Btrcct,
welt drained and Is an Ideal location
for a homestead.
Several lots at Walklkl, all situated
makal of King street In Kapaakca,
nenr the proposed location of the Mc
Klnley Memorial Park, and more par
tlcularly Identified as follows:
1st. A large parcel, comprising
house-lot, kula and several valuable
kalo patches with water right, makal
of the "I.oko Paakca," and on the
northwest, adjoining the auwal or
(ream Issuing from said loko, contain
ing n total area of five and three
eighths (5 3-S) acres, more fully Bet
forth and described In P.oyal Patent
5929 ou L. C. Avvnrd 2G19 to Pahau.
2nd. A fine kalo patch adjoining the
auwal Issuing from said Loko Paakca
(very near the 3 3-8 acres lot above),
more fully set forth In IloynJ Patent
0332 on L. C. Award 1424 to Kanluhl.
This lot comprises 19-luu aiTc und Lie
nuvvnl thirty (JO) rous.
3rd. Three tine knlo patches (south
of the 5 3-S acres lot), on tho auwal
formerly called Moanaull's Auwal,
leading out of the main stream. Said
Kalo patches have a wntc'r right and
arc more fully described as ApanaB 2,
3 and 4 of Hoyal i'atent 4G3I, on L. (J
Award 1275 to MoKlnl no Pnnau and
containing 11-100, 14-100 and 15-100
4th. A large kalo patch situated
about west of the land mentioned,
above, with a water light, containing
21-100 acre, more fully set foith In
Itoyal Patent C333 on L. C. Award
The foregoing kalo lands arc occu
pled for rice and kalo cultivation by
Lam Wo Sing Co. under a verbal
agreement, determinable after har
vesting any crop.
Further particulars, maps and other
Information can be had on Inquiring ot
W. It. CASTLE,
Trustee for Pahau Heirs.
SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
Under and by litue of n certain ex
ecution Issued by L le A. Dickey, Sec
ond District Magistrate of Honolulu,
Island of Oahu, Tenltory of Hnwnli.
on the 2d day of August, A. 1). 190:, In
the matter of Vincent and Reiser vs.
Chins Chock Kce. 1 have, on this 1th
day of August, A. D. 1902, levied upon,
and shall expose for sale und sell at
public auction, to the highest blddei,
at the Police Stntlon, Knlakaun Halo,
In said Honolulu, at 12 o'clock noon,
of Thursday, the Ith day of Septem
ber, A. D. 1902, all the light, title and
Interest of the said Chlng Chock Kce
In and to tho following described
lease, unless the Judgment and cost or
executions, amounting to Forty and
75-100 Dollars, Interest, costs and my
expenses are previously paid:
Lease from Chee Sing to Chlng
Chock Kce, dated July 2d, 1900, and re
corded In Liber 211, Page 121. Term
of lease, 20 yeais tioni July 2d, 1900,
at a lental or 32SO per year. Subject
to mo Usage to TheClty Mill Co., Ltd
lor $720, dated November 1st, 1900, and
recorded in Liber 213, Page 310.
CHAS. K CH1LI.1NOWORTH,
Deputy Shulff. Territory of Hawaii.
2215 Aug 4, 13. 21, 29; Sept. 3.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Uromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund tho money It it
falls to cure. K. W. Grove's slgnaturi
Is on each box. 15 cents.
TELEfiRAPfl AND TELEPHONE
FOR HOME AND OFFICE
LONDON COMPANY STARTS OUT
WITH NEW SCHEME ARM-STRONG-ORLINO
New York. July 2C A cable to lh-5
Sun fiom London says: The Wost
minster (lazette today announces that
a company has been .formed with n
nominal capital of l"S,uuu. privately
subscribe! (or the purpose of opera
n$ tli Armstrong-Orltng system of
wirtl telegraphy. The paper says
b.gln operations on a tare seal- m , w Nanakiialll-i:. H. F. Wolt
ir.ust Irani-dlately. Two lactorle? will vn j, ,
be erected In Buckinghamshire, Fn-1 M Kcau-E.' H.'f. WiJiters .'."'.'"lis!
gland, and In 1 ranee, at places which ,- Knlnn-E. II. F. Wolters ... IIS
have already been selected.
The Gazette says: A perusal of an
udvancp proof of the prospectus xni,
Kests the po'ilblllty that every one
Villi be enabled within six months to
buy for a moderate price handy wire
less telegraph and telephone apparai
us loi jrlvate Installation and use. It
will be the simplest matter to connect
all thf looms In a house or to conn, it
th- home with the city.
This dovelopment, It Is said. Is the
outcome of experiments made at Hlg-
hendm In the autumn of 1901, when
i electrical Impulses were sent through
the giotind without wires and without
,the high poles used by Marconi. Oum
or two miles seemed then to be tu
limit of telegraphing or telephoning
through the ground. Since then Arm
strong and Oiling, with eleven Swed
ish assistants, have enormously In
creased th power of the tiansmlttt,-
ami me sensmveness or the recel.-cr. iwt ,, , u, n,t,i, ..,t,,, oftlio
The ground Is always us-d as a con (jKcilnil Maiconl. the iiedlted It.
ductor. All that Is needed Is to .".-,- 'alitor r the avIm-Icsh teli-mapli. dc
nect the telephones In the rooms wi'h mln, that Invention as one "comtim
the transmitter or receiver by means I1(H.(1 t i,m frm abioad by Mar
ol a shoit wire with the nearest gas ur (1i f .. solarl of Italv."
water pipe, which will carry the cut-
lent to and Ironi the earth. The wa'U 1
ot houses do not form an obstacle
NORTH POLE WIRELESS.
Seattl". July 29 Dernier, the Inm-
ouh Canadian exploier. who Is to go In
quest oi tut .-sortn i-oie. win estaDiis-j
a Marconi wlreUss telegraph commv
nlcatlon betwevi his party and Daw-
son. Detnlls of the project ate glv-u
by Governor Itoss of Yukon Territory, ,
who mt captain Hemler and dlscuna-
cd it with him. The Governor said:
"Captain Ueraler Intends to sail for
the north by way of tho lleilng Sa. It
Is his opinion that he can catch a -ur-
tent by taking this course that will
carry his ship to within 150 miles of
the pole. Tho short remalnltm
sttotch between the ship and tb v '
It to be covered by a trip over the so'M
ice. ror una lie nas raaue special iir- ,,,,, Marquis l.ulgl Solarl of Italy."
arrangements for supplying hliiH' If m
and his assistants with lood, boili
comlni; and going. RllinP'? NntiP.P?
They will take long metallic tube-. ' PUSHICES 11U11LC&.
sharpened at one end and hollow and
with an opening at the other end. Into ' ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
these tubes will be placed concentrul- j
cd foods of a wide variety, lly tli-lr Tllt' following Is the list of nffcnrs
use one will be enabled to live and bo I of llltiimlmius Hock Paving Corn
well nourished for a long time. The ' pany. Limited, of the Hawaiian Islands
food poles will be placed In the Ice per-
pendlcularly and will bear tlags. Ev
try so far and within a leasonnble
range of vision one of these poles will
be placed. In this manner the iours
ot the trail pursued tram the ship nl'i
be lollowed easily, and the letuiu trip
will be made by going from polo to
pole. Not only this, but on aitlvnl nt,Vaid, constitute tin- Hoard of Dlr-it
each pole the party will there And io-l orH. j, j. iit.8,.r III uct as ('.en.u il
awaltlne. I. Manager. 22221 w
"The Marconi scheme Is to have nn
Instrument In lull sympathy In Dv -
son and to send news of the piogM-u
of the expedition right Irom the liont
back to Dawson, thus keeping the
world Inlonned of the fortunes or nils
fortunes of the party."
WIRELESS TELEGRAPH WORKS.
these hours, except by special permls.
Avalon, July 20. After weeks of ex- slon. JOHANNES F. ECKAUDT.
perlmentlng, the wireless telegiaphy Superintendent,
company, which has established s'n- 'R, (I. CURTIS. M.I).,
tlons at Avalon and at White's Poiu. I Resident Physician,
on the Mainland, succeeded Iut nlgut Queen's Hospital, August 7, 1902.
In flashing across the channel thai 2218-lw
- L C-"
Him .'1 ' 'W S-gg.T'FT . -'.riafcmsV " 71. V7F" nEaJW.W!S"lli." 5MWWI
THE STEAMSHIP WINDWARD. IN WHICH MRS. PEARY HAS
SAILED TO BRING BACK HER EXPLORER HUSBAND,
Mrs Robert F. I'enry Is now well on her way ti the nictlc regions, where
she epc-ct to Dud her husband awaiting liei at ( ape Luldne after his return
from hlh IntiM and hist iiticuipt to Und tin- pole 'I lie Wliidwiud. which it
once more In uso .is n rescue ship was built In Lnghind nciily half n ci-ntmy
ngo. but Is Kt 111 sound. She Is In i-oniiiiund ir Captain Samuel V. llarllelt,
veteran sMppi r who lias taken the Windward In and nut of the frown sens
on Hire prt-vloas trips. Since last Muich tho vessel had been lying off Now
burg. N. V., gelling read tor the iintic expedition
Instruments Filed for Record Aug. 11.
H. Chnrmnn H. Isenhetg . . . L
I. K Kalelewa Kahulul K. It Co .1.
T. Knnaknml T. Kobayashi . .US
M L Wakefield II Smith, tr . . . A I
S. A Maker et al. W O Smith .Tr I)
C. N. Rowland and hsb 1'list Uanl.
of Hllo M
Instruments Filed for Record Aug. 12.
I). Kuplhea A. N. Campbell . Af K. i.
E. Ilond Kohala Laud Co... ltd Dw.
Instruments Filed for Record Aug. '.2.
Uank of Hawaii W. C. Ahi.... I'.ltcl
1'u Synk et al. J. A. .Mnsooii
V. Imamoto L. Cliong
C. Brown, tr. J. I. Colbiun
tllslmp & Co J. V. -Oolburn
C. M. Cooko, Ltd. J. F. Colbilrn II I.
J. F. Colburn et al.Gei mania Sa-
Ings & Loan Socy M.
Ti. Illshop Estate Alex. Yiuinu . U
It. T. Howe E. H. F. Wti,vr .. lis
II. Kela K. H. F. Wol'ers ... ins
U'nt... Al, U'nn K II. V. Vnltnr II
W. Paciakalanl E. n. F. Wolters. I) 3
J. M. Maliuka K. 11. F. Wolters. .11 S
Mr Manuka K. H. F. Woltcis. . .Il.S.
W Mutch Wong Kwal u.
Wong Kwal O. J. Diner ..I
Recorded August 7, 1932.
I. F. Ityan to Washington Mercan
tile Company, Limited; agreement;
to amlgn lease of premises, (ueen
strett. Honolulu. Oahu; fl. Hook 2'I5,
page 3'. Dated July 3. ltm"
flrat public message to be transmitted
by the system. The message an
iio'incril the result of the Jef(rl"i
Fltzslmmous contest and was received
here at 12:05 a. m.
CREDIT TO SOLARI.
London. July 23. In a document
,;reat 8,,r,Hi. has been .aused hei
1... ti,iu nniim. ..f t!. It.-illnn im-nnti-
A utory Is printed In the Saturday l"-
vIhw which treats It as a 'startli.u
d'" iimenl, "following Prnf. Thomp
son's attacks on the valid!)) of Marcj
uI'k patents. In those attacks Prof.
Thompson deelaied that an Italian n.i
al ofrk.er ,mnle(1 Sotarl wag ,llc tvll
., ...... (,r wireless telegraphy. In
t9 art)rlo 0 le atl,st ,(.u.i()I,m(mt
, a controVcrsy the Saturday Iu
..T,. mri i0rnni ,,f (i1P Patvut
,nm, rnr .i.iiv n:n. mmnin n i.rn.i
notl(.(, r n very unusual character. It
Bmi0ntP, ,mt c.ugllelmo Marconi,
w)l0i ()11 September in. loi, had filed
a lm,nt , llls 0 am for ,i,ls In-
v,,mi, ,)W B,.c!8 onxe lo amend his
.,, ,,y cimv,.rtlnK nll n).
, pli.ation for a patent for an Invention
lolnniu.atl.ll , tilm fiuni abroad b
-'li' ' '1 Jl' 2Mb I'i2
J. J. Belser President
J. R. Parker Vice President
E. J. Lord Secretary
F. E. Richardson Treasurer
A. V, Gear Auditor
The nhoi named rfi'iitleiuen. Ii
cethcr with Fled Hanlson and (lei:
i QUEEN'S HOSPITAL NOTICE.
, From nnd after today, the visiting
hours at the Queen's Iluspltul will be
1 to 4 o'clock and
6 to 7:30 o'clock p.m.
, and no visitors will he allowed beyond
. -- t -
- I ?." - - L-- . t- t.- I
Oceanic Steamship Company
The- steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as ht,undi.r;
FKOM SAN FRANCISCO. FOIl SAN FRANCISCO.
SIKtlRA AUO. 20 'ALAMEliV AUG. 13
ALAMEDA AUO. 29 SONOMA AUO. 19
SONOMA SEPT. 10 , 'ALAMEDA SEPT. 3
ALAMEDA SEPT. 19YENTIUA SEPT. 9
j 'ALAMEDA SEPT. 21
In connection with the sailing ur tho above steamers, tne agents are pre
red to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets iy any rail
rod from Ban Francisco to all points In tho United States, anu from New
fork by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. 6. Irwin & Co,, Ltd.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
S.S.ALASKAN, to sill 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. 12d St.. South Brooklyn, at all times.
From A3nn Pruncksco
S. S. NEVADAN, to sail AUGUST 23th
S. S. NEVADAN, to salt OCTOBER 9th
S. S. NEBRASKAN, to sail OCTOBER 30th
From Honolulu to Sun Frtinclsco.
S. S. NEVADAN, lo sail OCTOBER 20th
From Suuttlu nd Tncomn
S. S. HAWAIIAN, to salt AUGUST 10th
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB,
Gtneral Freight AflenL 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 8AN FRANCISCO.
COPTIC AUO. 16
HONOKONO MARU AUG. 26
CHINA SEPT. 6
For general information apply to
H, Held & Go,, Ltd., Agents
CanadianAustralian Royal Mail
Steamers ot the above line, running In connection wltu the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. B. C., and Sydney. N.S.sV,
and calling at Victoria, D. C, Honolulu, Sua, FIJI and Drlsbane, are DUE
AT HONOLULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.:
From Vancouver ana Victoria, B. C.
(For Brisbane and Sydney.)
MIOWERA AUO. 30
AORANGI SEPT. 27
Througa. Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada. United States and
lurope. For Freight and Passage and all general Information, apply to
Thco. H. Davlca & Co.. Ltd., Gcn'l Aftcnte.
GLOBE NAVIGATION COMPANY, LTD.
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 about
S. S. TAMPICO, from Seattle, on or ibout SEPT. 10
For further Information address
L. E. BEEBB,
2 Brewer Building, Honolulu. AGENT HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Globe Nav. Co., Ltd., Seattle, Wash.; P. W. Rochester, 303 Market St.,
S. F.; Agents of above rjads, will furnish Information.
Drays Top Freight
Our representative meets all lneoov
Ing steamers from the Coast, and w
check baggage on all outgoing stean
White ind Black Sand For Sile
Office with Evening Bulletin, 11'
King street Tel 86.
TS. LARSEH, Vft.
When You Want a Rig
RING UP TUB
LIVERY BOARDING and
i : : : : sib fort otrku
Htable 't'houe, 109 Main.
Hack Stand, 'Phones 319 and b..
C. H. BELLINA.
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUGAR Hi
CHINEllY of every capae'ty and it
scrlptton made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for lrrlgatloi
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tlon paid to JOD WORK, and repair
executed at shortest notice.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
Offices Rooms 208-203 Boston build
Inc. Port Street.
Telephones Ofllce, Main 385; Res
Idenco, White 2S61.
Hours 11 n. rn. to 1 p. m.; 3 to I
p. in.; 7 to 8 p.m.; Sundays, 12 to 2 p.m.
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Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin of
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OCEANIC 8. 6. CO.
From Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, D. C.)
AORANGI AUG. 27
MOANA SEPT. 21
MANUFACTURED FROM PURE
DISTILLED WATER. : : : :
Delivered to any part ot
city by courteous driven.
Oahu Ice and Electric Co
TELEPHONE BLUE 1151.
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Port St., bet. Queen and .Merchant
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
I Everytnlng first-class. Complete lint
Key West and Domestic Cigars alwayi
H. J. NOLTE, - Proorletor,
M. PhilliDS & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbsr.
European and American Dry Goods
Fort and Queen Sts.
DECKER, rERNAMDES & GO,
Real citate Agents.
We also make a specialty of enlarging
Office, cor. South and King Streets
P. O. 'flax 321: 'Phono 2K Main.
THE ORIGINAL HAWAIIAN
QUINTET and GLEE CLUB.
W. B. Jones
Music for all oiraslons.
Leave orders at llawn. News Co.,
Music Dept., aud at 113 Hack Stand.
n b.r 'rn'f
aBSOHl! THE CONTINENT TJtO
THE TRAINS DA'tLY
FROM 3AN FPiANCIJCJfc
TWO TRAINS DAILY
nlr THREE DAYS to Chlcajo.
Only FOUR DAYS to New YorK.
i 'ilium Palace Sleepers. Duffet, Smok.
la j and Library Cars, with Dursti
, Okop and Pleasant Reading Room.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-ctrts).
i Tree Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
i D. LOTHROP, General Agent.
ltt Third street, Portland, Oreiox.
. W. HITCHCOCK. General Agent,
Ho. 1 Montgomery St., San FrancUec
I. i. LOUAX. O. P. A. T. A.,
1471 Omaha, Nebraska,
Hawaiian Tramways Co.
KING STREET LINE.
Walklkl to Town and Palama fart
leave Walklkl nt 5:13, 0.00, 6.15 and
6-30 a. m., nnd every 13 minutes
thereafter until 11 00 p. m. Th
11 15 and 11.45 p. m. go to 1112a
Rifle Range (Pawaa) to Town Cars
leave Pawaa at 0:Ol, 6:01. 6:19 anl
G:34 a. m. and every 15 minutes
thereafter until 11:19 p. m.
Fort and King Sts. Corner for Palama
Cars leave at 5:18. 0:18. !:33 aal
R IS a m., and at 15-mlnute Intervals
thetenfter until 11.3.1 p. 111.
Palama for Town and Walklkl Carl
leave nt 5: OS. 5:3S, 5:53 and 6:n3
a. m.. and every 13 minutes thereaft
er until 10:23 p. in.; then at 10 53
p. m. The 11 -OS p. m. from Palama
runs to Pawaa only, except on Sat
urdays. when It goes to Walklkl.
Fort and King Sts. Corner for Walklkl
Cars leave nt 5 27, 5:57. C.12 and
C: 27 a. in., and at 15.mlnutn Intervals
thereafter until 10.42 p. m.; then at
11.12 p. m. The 11: 12 p. in. goes to
Pawaa only, except on Saturdajj,
when It runs to Walklkl.
Pawaa to Walklkl Cars leavo at 5. 25
a. m. and iery 15 minutes thereafter
until 10:50 p. in.; then at 11:26 p. m.
BERETANIA STREET AND NUUANU
Punahou Stables to Town and Valley
Cars leaxe Punahou Stables at
5 3u a. in. for town only, nnd for
Town und Valley at 5:4n, 5:50, 6:10.
0 20. G 40, 7:00 and 7:20 a. m.. anl
thereafter at tho even hour, at 10
minutes nnd at 30 minutes past th
hour until 10:10 p. in.
Oahu College for 'town and Valley-
cars leave at U:3), 6:&o, 7:10 and
7:40 a. in., and thereafter at 20, 40
nnd 50 mimics past each hour until
9:50 p, m.
Fort and Queen Sts. Corner for Nuu-
anu Valley Cars leave nt b:15 a. m.
and every 10 minutes thereafter un
til 10.33 p. u.
Nuuanu Valley to Town Cars lcavi
Nuuanii nt 6:10, 6:30 and 6:50 a. m.,
and nt Intervals of lo minutes there
after until lo 30 p. m.
Fort and Queen Sts. Corner for Puna
hou Cars leavo at 0.05. fi-25, 6:$
and 7:05 a. m.. nnd every 10 minutes
thereafter until 11:05 p. m. The cars
leaving at 5, 25 anil 45 minutes past
the butir run to Punahou Stables;
thoxe leaving nt 15, 25 and 65 min
utes past tho hour run to Oahu Col
lege. The last car for Oahu College
leaves town at 9 25 p. m.
elephone to All Parts of the Island.
f,EALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. Q. HENRIQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
So the Volcano or the Mountain,
An excellent chance la oSexed foi (
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Mauna u
at Kallua and take passengers ovarian
to Hooken. where the steamer la mi
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, ISM,
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