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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T.. SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1902.
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HAIL TO MEN
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i; Dr. M. H. McLaughlin,
NEVER SOLD BY DRUG
For Sale At Auction
The undersigned will sell at public
auction at the auction rooms of James
K. Morgan on Saturday, the 23d day oi
August, 1902, at 12 noun, the following
alunlile parcels of land In Honolulu,
Terms cash, deeds at purchaser's ex
A beautiful lot situated on the right
hand or Roulhrasterly side of Nuuauu iront entrance of the Judiciary build
stitet In Honolulu, adjoining the ma-llng In Honolulu, Oaliu, the parcels of
kal side of pi enilses occupied by Jns.
Spencer, Ksq, containing about an
acre and a cpiaiter (1 1-4), less aj
small strip taken from the front to
widen said street.
This lot comprises the northwester-
ly portion of premises covered by Hoy-1
nl l'atent 314 on U C. Award 1470 to
lwiula. It Is well above the street,
well drained and Is an Ideal location
lor a homestead,
Several lots at WaiMkl, all situated
maltal of King street In Kapaakea,
mar the proposed location ot the Mo
Kin ley Memorial l'urk, and more par
ticularly Identified as follows:
1st. A large parcel, comprising
house-lot, hula and several valuable
halo patches with water right, malial
of the "Loko Paakea," and on the
noithwest, adjoining tho auwal or, Area, 1 5-100 ncres, being a portion
stream Issuing from said loko, contain- of tho premises deseilbed in Koynl
ing a total area of five and three- I'ntent No. 3579, Land Commission
eighths (5 3-8) acres, more fully set Award Number 5240 and 5304 to Kaln
forth and described In Roynl Patent ma and Nakookoo, and tho snmo prem
5929 on L. C. Award 2019 to I'ahnu. 8es con-eycil to said James Osborne
2nd. A fine kalo patch adjoining tho by deed of Ferdinand .Meyer, dated Oc
auwal Issuing from said Loko l'aakca tober C, 1890, and recorded In the Keg
(very near tho 5 3-8 acres lot abovo), ter Office, Onhti, In l.lber 1C1 on
mort) fully set forth In RoynJ Patent pages 280-281.
0332 on L. C. Award 1424 to Kanluhl. , o. That certain piece or parcel or
1'hls lot comprises 19-1U0 aiTc und tuo land situate nt Kapaakea. Walklkl,
nnwal thirty (30) rous. sn,l Honolulu, being n portion or tho
3id. Three lino knlo patches (south HI of Kapaakea, ltoyal Patent No. 4475,
or tho 5 38 acres lot), on tliu ntiv.nl .n,i Commission Awnid No. 7713, Ap.
lumrorly called .Moannull's Auwnl, ay to V. Kamamalu. and piutlciilnrly
leading out of the main stream. Said hounded nnd described as follows:
Kalo patches hao n water right and livglnnlng nt the Noithwest coiner
aio more fully described as Apnnas 2, of toJ.a i,,tci,t No, 3579, Land Com
3 and 4 of "loyal i-atcnt 4034, on L. U. mission Awards 5240 and 5304 to Ka-
Awn nl 1275 to Moklnl no Pnnau and
' containing 14-100, 14-100 and 15-100
4th. A large kalo patch situated
about west or tho land mentioned,
above, with a water right, containing
24-100 aeie, moie fully set forth In,
'loyal Patent C333 on L. C. Awnid
The foregoing kalo lands are occu-
pled for rice and kalo cultivation by
Urn Wo Sing Co. under a verbal
agreement, determinable after liar-
vesting any crop.
M Further paitlculars, maps nn other
(information eun bo had on inijulrlng ot
W. 11. CASTLE,
Trustee lor Paliau Heirs.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
The rollowlng Is tin- llht or offffia!
of tho llltilininoiix Itoclt Paving Coiu
pany, Limited, of the lluwaliuu Islands
elwleil July 28th, 1902:
J. J. Belser President
J. R. Parker Vice President
E. J. Lord Secretary
F. E. Richardson Treasurer
1 A. V. Gear Auditor
The iibovi) named gentlemen to
gether with Fled llarilson and Geo
Waul, constitute the Hoard or Direct
ors. J. J. llelser will act as Generil
sAll puwera OT attorney or any nn
Tine by mo lieretufoio at any time
niailu or executed nie hereby luvokel
horn the date 01 publication or this no
tice. C. H. DISHOP.
San Francisco, Cal July 2S. 1902.
flF YOU WISH TO ADVERTISE
i IN NEWSPAPERS
t ANYWHERE AT ANYTIMB
i Call on or Write
I E.C.DAKbl'S ADVERTISING AGENCY
5 AiAi Alerchsns1 fivcl.lf-e
Z san nANc:sco, CAI... J
Even unto old age you may feel
the vigor of youth, with Iti light
heart, elastic step, courage ar.J
tireless energy. You may be
free from paint and aehei and
defy your years.
There Is a fountain of perpetual youth,
at.fl you have only to reach out your hand
nr.d take It. You can drink of It until your
1'tbrt Bliouts with gladness, and with all
vcit might you will proclaim, as other men
"I AM A MAN !"
Mke the giants of old, you can be In your
prime nt CO strong, vigorous and full of
Walana. Oihj, H. T.. Jan ti, 1001
Dp M, H. McLaugmliv
Daf Sir I im writing to lit ou know that I
hav pffjtly benefited t-y te uie of your belt I
vin honesllv uv that It Is worth Ittwelghtln
poli 1 havt rrcomrnndi It to meral panics
httt. ani also to some In Honolulu
Yours very truly
111 ...i 11 t..t im . .. n.l UI. n,1 J.
Will BU11U 11 Ctftt'.t'U 11 JUU BCUU LUIS HUi " 1
000 JMnrket St.,
STORES OR AGENTS.
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.
By order and decree of the Honor
able George I). Gear. Second Judge of
the Clicult Court of the First Circuit,
sitting nt chambers In the above en
titled matter, I will offer for salo and
sell nt public auction on Friday, the
5th tiny of September. 1002, at tha
land situate In said Honolulu, here-1
after described: ,
1. All that piece or parcel of land
situate nt MauluklKepa, Wnlhlkl, said
Honolulu, and hounded and described
Beginning at the West corner of this
piece and running: X. 47 K. 133 feet,
N. 51 10 W. 117 feet along portion of
this land thence:
N. 43E. ll'Jfcet, N. 48" V. 50 feet
N. 73 E. 159 feet to Government road,
S.C3 E. 109 feet along mnkai side of
S. 43 W. 279 feet along stone Wall,
S. 41 E. 10.. 0 feet along stone wall,
S. 52" V. J 32 feet along stone wall,
N. 45 V. 88 feet to Initial point.
am nml Nakookoo nnd miming us
follows by magnetic healings:
il. N. 05" 00' W. 80 feet along load;
g. 12' no' W. 112 feet to corner or 11.
3i -.73 00' E. 159 feet along It. P. 3579
to Initial point;
Alelli i(iU ,,, feet ; und being
'the same picmlscs con ve) oil to James
Osborne by deed of tho Trustees under
(no m . ncrnlce . uisliop, dated
pei,riiniy 4, 1899. nnd recorded In said
iiURBtcr orrlco In l.lber 188, on pages
, Sa(lj ,,au.(,8 mijoln and Toim one lot
0 am khuiict Information tontein-
jnR !,) ,nl(t.H of land niny bo obtain-
',,,, , tlu, )rru.0 r vv. O. Smith. Judd
i,ni,ilt;, Honolulu. Sale subject in
contli million by the Couit. Deed at
i expense or puit'hnsei.
Dated Honolulu, Augimt Otli. 190J.
Admlnlhtintor of the i-state ot Donald
G. Campbell, alias James Osborne.
217 Aug. 0, 9, 11, 10, 20. 2J, 27. 30;
Im GanaontratatS Drop
M m uss. MaiGW N.
ANEMIA, P00RNE88 OF BLOOt
LCS5 OF COLOUR.
BlATAII Ito U PrMcr1i
by tba Lridlng Pb?tWU
II tt mtitktr TmM net SmI
Voti M Ctmttitatt
Dct not bUikt tU JttO.
Sooo trie gt btck
WW W lt WlMs), Itltn Hi lktt IBillaitViia ( Ik
TTD0lrlAI6t 130, ku uiTaTtiia. fiku
A. C. WALL, D.D.S.
0. E. WALL, D.D.S.
Lore Dulldlnfi. Fort Street
Hours. 9 to 4 Telephone Main lf
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin office.
ATTORNEY GENERAL TALKS
OF HIS FiSTIC STRLIQQ. E
YOUNG BLOODS BECAME PERSON
AL IN ATLANTIC CITY RES
BE SCIONS OF TRUSTS.
Oyster Ila . N Y Aug. $. rreeidtnt
Ilooeelt was exceptionally busy for a
couple of hour; today disposing of an
accumulation of buslntfs. Uy luntbtoii
time he had ileartd away the official
lorrespontlf-me and was rently to re
ccle the Attorney General and MrK.
Knox, who arrived from New York
about noon. They will be the fcutstH
of the Prtstdent and Mrs, "Iccevelt
until tomorrow. It Is understood that
Attorney General Knox will sail shoit'
ly for Kurope where. In Frante. he
will dexote tome attention to the Pana
ma canal question.
To a press representative the Attor
ney General tonfirmtd the rerort that
he had a personal difficulty with a par
ty of men In Atlantic City last Wedntt
"It was one of those dleagmablo
Incidents." said he, "that tonx-tlmea
occur In n restaurant or other public
plate. Accompanied by Mr. Knox,
my daughter nnd two or three friends,
including District Attorney Youths ci
Pittsburg. 1 wab dining in the restau
rant of the Gardener Hotel. A party
of men, none of whom I knew, Etated
themselves nt an adjoining table. Tbrlr
conduct was unseeml nnd boittercu
They talked loudly, and thdr com
ments upon members of my party and
upon me were Insulting, to put it very
mildly. Under the circumstance, tu
(ompanled as I wns by the ladle. 1
could not resent their nttlOns or tbilr
words nt thnt time. They evidently
were seeking trouble so, without al
luding more attention than possible,
1 got my party out of the restaurant.
"Then I returned," continued Knox,
with a smile, "to ste if the mto rtaljy
weie looking for me. 1 think they vuio
for scart-cl had 1 approail.nl tbnu
when they spiang up. Or.t of tbeiu
aimed a blow at m otctr.acli. but hu
failed to uiuh me. 1 hae no lou
who he was. What happened to bii,i
1 am not prepared to say. Thue tlilngt,
occur very quickly. I am ijulti t.ulh
neil, houcter. tha. he does not If el r.v
well today as you do. V'i w,ll totn
that 1 am looking first rate."
'You do not know who wtre in tbo
party of jour nn'iillnnts?" tht Attor
ney General was asktd.
"Not positively. I understand tbnl
Charles T. fiihoen of Philadelphia end
one of the Cramps. nlo ot Philadel
phia, were In the pnrty. but even o!
that I am r.ot nt nil positive. What cr
tiLiled them 1 do not know. A news
paper of today said It bad tomtthlng
to do with my attitude on the tru't
question, but thnt seems to be entirely
unlikely. As they sal at tl.t table In
the restaurant, they made no reiun.
to the anion which, ns Attorney Gen
eral. I have taken atalnst certain to
called trusts. Their remarks were pn
sonnl to me and to my famll). nnd
were of stub a nature that 1 could do
nothing but resent them.
"I tindei stand that after I left th"
testaurant at the conclusion of the dlf
lleiilty, the waiters suppreffd tho
cioHd with some encrg.v."
The Attorney Gtnernl evidently vip
not In the least Injured by his aetnll
nnts, nnd us he thatttil about the trou
ble did not teim to regiet It verj ml
Fine job printing at
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF FORE
CLOSURE AND SALE.
In acconlance with the provitlcns of
a ceitaln mortgage, made by J W. A.
lledhoiise. party of the first part, Em
ma Iledhouse, the wife of said rarty of
the first part Jolnlim therein, to Tho
First American SavlngB and Trust
Company of Hawaii, Limited, a corpor
atlou eNlstlng under and by virtue ot
tbe laws of the Territory of Hnvvall,
the paily of tl(e second part, dated "bo
2"th day of November, 1901. re conk tl
I l.lber 227, pact's 3Dt',-3S6; notice is
hereby civ en thnt the mortcauee in
tends to font lose the i-ame for icmII
lion biol.en. to-wlt. the non-phj mrnt
of both pilntipal and Interest.
1 Niitlci In likewlM given that ;iltr
'tin- 1 plintlon 01 tlinti CI) wiek from
the date or this nollte, the prtprty
iimveyeil bj tald moitgai.t 111 lie
exposed for sale at public auttltn at
the Hunt dour u I the Judiciary build
iim. In Honolulu, on Monday the lt'i
duv nl Seplt niln-r. 1!M'2, at 12 j ' lock
noon 01 said da).
1'u it In 1 paitliulaib can be had of
1'hoinpMin & ricmint.', attorneys lor
I Dated Honolulu Aucurt 9th. UU2.
, THE FIRST AMERICAN SAVINGS
! ND TRUST COMPANY OF
HAW Ml. LIMITED. MorU'liKee
The pieniWis icvi-nd by tblt- mort
gnin ttinslst or
1 Ml those two certain lots. jl-eb or
pin eels 01 land situate at Kalmukl, Ho
nolulu iifoiinilil. and lielnK lots 5 nnd
17 In block .'!! 01 the Kalmukl Tract and
lie -Bint- Mmlt!ii icmvejed to tho
jiilil pnit) 01 th- flift part L tin il dat
ed M1111I1 lt. ISol, and retorded In
'Lilin 21''. on pacts 197 and 46b.
1 ToEt-thtr with all and singular tho
(tcnenii nts, hereditaments fcnd appnr
itnnni.it unto the above described
li.iiiUs belnniilr.K tir in nnywlso np
neitaiiilnK. ai.il also all the ertate
rlKhi title and Inteiestof the taltl par
ty of the flit j art of,' in anil to the
above dest rlbed preini-t-s and every
pan and lantl tht-r-ol with tho np
2220-Aug . 10, 23, 10
Inttruments Filed for Record Aug. b.
v M. Ciinulngham F. A. Schaef
rr & Co Adl.Se .
.1 Mnmakl and wife Walalua Ag
ricultural Co Mfg
J.. I1.. Kua and bb. 3. I. Shaw It
L 13. Kua and hsb. S. I. Sbaw At
Co Ant nit
0. Furneaux-Hllo It. II. Co I)
Jas. 8. McKpp H. I.. Kerr ...P.Att.-.
Jns. 9. McKce II. U. Sllllman ..Ail
.nlklkl I.. & l Assn. Jas. S. Mn
Jbr. Cnmpliell et nl. Allen lloblti
Win. Mutch Wong Kwnl .. .Ex.O.
PANAMA ROUTE MISTAKE
Poitland, August 7. "An attnpt t
build the proposed Interoceaulc qatin)
at Panama uould he the blunder of
tin century." This was tho forcible
tieclnrntlon made by United Statu
Senator John II. Mitchell today. Fur
thermore, he considers that there II
illll a good prospect of the NKaragu
route being chosen.
He said: "The bill as passed pto
vldeB that If the PresidMit of the
United States can obtain a satisfac
tory title to the property nt nc now
Pnnnma Canal Compaii), then ho shall
pay the company $40,000,000 for their
property and proceed with tho 00
'.traction of the canal on the Panama
route. If, however, he cannot obul"
a tatlsfactory title, then It Is Ills duty
to proceed at once with the constvtlS
Hon of a canal on the Nicaragua ruutii,
appropriations for which have bcu
'1 fought vigorously for theiblll pi
vldlnc for the construction of tho cu
nal over the Nicaragua route, and (
still hope and believe thnt It may tu
suit in the construction of the cam!
en thnt route."
LONG LOST FATHER.
Fresno, Aug. I. A rom.intlc slmy
couiei, from the Soldleis' Home at
Snnln Monica, to which was admitted
four months ago Harry Dockstuder, an
ngetl veteian of the Civil WaV. fornierl)
iv iikldent here. More than a decade
npo bis daughter Anne married against
hl will, and he became angeied. dis
owned her. sold out his belongings nnd
For yentg she has sought for him,
but In vain, until about thiee month'
nro, Vfhen she ttimmunlcnted with the
War Department nnd learned that
man named Dockstader had letently
enteirii thq home nt Santa Monica. The
daughter has been widowed since nnd
hH married again, this time a well-to-do
htovemaker of l.o Angeles.
The daughter visited the home. Tln
old veteran did not retognlie his
child, and there wiib an affecting scene
when she burst Into tears and e
ilnlnifil "Father!" Thev fell Into each
other's arms and there was a lecuni Ill
ation. The daughter bus taken the old
roan to her home to end his declining
ytnis In pence and content
Doi'kMader was a character here and
lived on his pension. Declining health
prompted him to enter the Soldiers'
LUCK AT THE WHEEL.
Sarntoga. N. Y., Aug. 6. Ijrry Wa
trrbury, who lias Just leturned from 3,
bucithsful polo playing trip In Europe,
btrtilled Into the Manhattan Club this
morning and tiled Ills luck at faro with
100 vvoith of chips and iiulikl) lost
two-thirds of them.
"I fear the banking buidncs Is not
fiivo.able,' said Watcrlmr.v I bellevi:
I will do 4i little wheeling for n
He mmed with .1 icnm.int of his
thlps lo the roulette tabid Ills Hist
bit vna a winning one; Ills vuind tun
Milne. When be ipilt there was u huge
Mack of chipt befnic hliu.
"I gilChS I have hud euiiUKh," v.iw'Iied
the polo iluer, im be puxliHd bin rtuck
towaid the bunker. The roll or lillN
which he plated ill his pocket aiuouut
id to $12.01111 and 11 flail Ion. it was
the first large winning of the Saiutog.'i
SENATOR QUAY'S ESCAPE.
New Yink. Ausust :l. A spvilal t
the Join nal fiom Atlautle Clt.t, N, J
laya- United States Seiiair (Juay hud
a narrow escape from death today.
He wan out In a little fisblug smiitU
enjoying the 'day's deep-sea sport,
when he was caiik'ht In a stoini nnd
tivvfpt to hi'h. The Senator uas Hull
lug with his old fili-nd. Captain II. .1
Sooy. They were about ten mile 1111
vvlien Hit- stiiim lame. The sails nvi
dose loefcil and tilt- i ail.v ii.-p.ned to
ride Hie stoim. The tide tail It-it th I'l
nut to sen, and mill piiiued In tun 'Us
for over tlliee lioilis. At one time It
looked us H the muni I. would b
uw.iinpeil b) high uiiieH. but Hi'-' b 1.1L
lode the htm 111 nut III t-ali-n.
Oiiuy was uuiibli- tu gel Inn I. to At-1
lantlc City tiuight. and was niillKed to 1
lemiiln at llilguutlne lfe was ncirly
prostrated by the tenlble evpcileil"'
IhiltlnuiiP. Mil.. Aug. I Tlicie touk
place at Haiuock. Mil., today, the fu
neral of Rev. Jul ob Weller, .111 aged
Duiikiiid piiMilier. who had been lias
tor or one church In the vlllugv fur
mole than foity .veutx, dining which
time lie never uciepted i kjIiiij or
other lOiiipeiisatlou and uever tooK nil
a itilli-itlou tin Siiudii). He man ml
moie limpid, und baptlei uoie peo
ple than aii otht-r Duukaid ji -.1' livi
He was 1111 oi.itoi of uuiikiuiI gift
New Vtuk. Aug. ii.-Tin I uln-d
SialCH Shlpbiillillng Compaii will I'"
funniill) tiiganUeil nent ncek when
ml innstltueut iouipaiile will ' l.i
en ovei. The capital stm k or 11 in w
itjinpiili) will be I'l.iiOD noil 'I b
rupiliil original! propiweil aj :
uUO.OOO. The Inil'-iise Is dli" in lli
ill.silt it Itill or the Ilethltllem Stcil
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers ot this line will arrive and leave this port as he.sandtf:
ritOM SAN KKANCI8CO. FOtt 8AN FRANCISCO.
SIKItllA AUG. 20,SONOMA AUG. 19
ALAMEDA AUO. 29, 'ALAMEDA SKPT. 3
SONOMA SEPT. 10 VENTUHA SEPT. 9
ALAMEDA SEPT. 19 'ALAMEDA SEPT. 21
In connection wltk tho sailing or tne anove steamers, me agents are pre
tartd to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets 'y any rail
road from Ban Francisco to all points In the United Btates, and from New
fork by any steamship line to all European ports.
ron Funi'HEK particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC 8. S. CO.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWtEN
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 all times.
From Sun Prnncldco
S. S. NEVADAN, to sail AUGUST 28th
S. S. NEVADAN, to sail OCTOBER 9th
S. S. NEBRASKAN, to sail OCTOBER 30th
From Honolulu to Snn Francisco.
S. S. NEVADAN, to sail OCTOBER 20th
From Seattle nnd Tacoma
S. S. HAWAIIAN, to sail AUGUST 10th
For further particulars apply to
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AGENTS, H ONOLULU.
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teamen of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave thlt port on or about tho datea below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
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KOREA SEPT. 2
GAELIC SEPT. Ill
HONGKONG MAHU SEPT. IS
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COPTIC OCT. 89
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KOREA OCT. !S
GAELIC NOV. 1
HONKONG MAHU NOV. S
CHINA NOV. IS
Suva. FIJI and Brisbane, are DUE
below stated, viz.:
From Sydney and Brlsbins.
(For Victoria and Vancouver. B. C.)
AORANGI AUG. 27
MOANA SEPT. ?4
MANUFACTURED FROM PURK
DISTILLED WATER. : : : I
Delivered to any part ot
city by courteous driver.
Oahn Ice and Electric Co
TELEPHONE BLUE 1151.
HOFFHAN Sc rtARKHAil.
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Fort Kt., bet. Queen und Merchant
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Everytnlng flrstdass. Complete Una
Key West and Domestic Cigars alwayi
H, J. NOLTE, - Proorletor.
M. PhilliDS & Co.
Wholesale Importer and Jobbers
European and American Dry Goods
Fort and Queen Sts
DECKER, FERNANDES & GO,
Real ttate Ajents.
We also make a specialty of enlarging
OKIce, tor. South and King Streets
O flit 321: Phnnn 212 Mnln
THE ORIGINAL HAWAIIAN
QUINTET and GLEE CLUB.
W. B. Jones
Mimic for all ntiaxlont
Leave orders at lUu News Co,
Music Dept., and at U3 Hack Stand
JB08 THE CONTINENT HUM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCIM.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
lf THREE DAYS to CMcgo.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York
iUun Palace Sleepers. Bullet, Emok.
lag and Library Cars, with Barbet
hop and Pleasant Reading Room.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-caru).
rree Reclining Cbatra.
Pullman Ordinary Sleeper.
H. LOTHROP, Oeneral Aent
111 Third street, Portland, Oretoa.
I. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
Ho. 1 Montgomery St,, San Franciaec
. h. LOMAX O. P. ft T. A.,
14TI Omaha, Nebraska,
Hawaiian Tramways Co.
KING 8TREET LINE.
Walklkl to Town and Palama Car
leave Walklkl at G:45, 6:00, 6:15 and
6:30 a. m., and every 15 minutes
thereafter until 11.00 p. m. Tha
11 15 and 11.45 p. m. go to Rill
Rifle Range (Pawaa) to Town Cars
leave Pawaa at 5.01, 6:01, 6:19 and
6:34 a. m. and every 15 minute
thereafter until 11:19 p. m.
Fort and King'Sts. Corner for Palama
Cars leave at 5:18, 6:18, 6:33 and
6:48 n. m and nt 15-mlnute Intervals
thereafter until 11.33 p. m.
Palama for Town and Walklkl Car
leave at 5:0$, 6 38, 5:53 and 6:08
a. m., nnd every 15 minutes thereaft
er until 10:23 p. in.: then at 10:53
p. in. The 11.08 p. 111. from Palama
runs to Pawna only, except on Sat
urdays, when It goes to Walklkl.
Fort and King Sts. Corner for Walklkl
Cars leave nt 5:27, 5:57, 6:12 and
6.::7 a. m., nnd nt 15-mlnute Intervals
thereafter until 10.42 p. m.; then at
11.12 p. m. The 11:12 p. m. goes to
Pawaa only, except on Saturdays,
when It runs to Walklkl.
Pawaa to Walklkl Cars leave at 5:2$
a. m. and every 15 minutes thereafter
until 10:56 p. m.; then at 11:26 p. m.
BERETANIA STREET AND NUUANU
Punahou Stables to Town and Valley
Cars leave Punahou Stables at
5-30 a. m. for town only, and for
Town and Valley at 5:40, 5:50. 6:10
6:20, 6:40, 7:00 and 7:20 a. m., and
thereafter at -tho even hour, aflO
minutes and at 30 minutes past tha
hour until 10:10 p. m.
Oahu College for lown and Valley
Cars leave at 6:30, 6:50, 7:10 and
7:40 a, m., and thereafter at 20, 40
and 60 miliums past each hour until
9:60 p. in.
Fort and Queen Sts. Corner for Nuu
anu Valley Cars leave at b:15 a. m.
and every 10 minutes thereafter un
til 10:35 p. u.
Nuuanu Valley to Town Cars leave
Nuuauu at 6:10, 6:30 nnd 6:50 a. m.,
and at Intervals of 10 minutes there
nrter until 10:50 p. m.
Fort and Queen Sts. Corner for Puna
hou Cars leave at 6:05, 6:25, 6:45
and 7:05 a, m und overy 10 minute
thereafter until 11:05 p. m. The cart
leaving at 5, 35 and 45 minutes past
the hour run to Puniihou Stables;
those leaving at 15, 25 and 55 min
utes past the hour run to Oahu Col
lege. Tho last enr for Oahu College
leaves town nt 9:25 p. in.
elephone to All Parts of the Island.
R.EALAKEKUA. - HAWAII
J. G. HENRIQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To tat Volcano or the Mountain.
An excellent chance 1 ofexed tot
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. 8. Mauna mm
at Kallua and take passenger overland
to UookenA, where the ateamer I met
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 189ft.
STATIONS, JAttY OAllV
(Outward ti, Sun daily ci. Sun daily Dailt
A.M. AM. AM. P.M. P.M
Honolulu .... f.ie 9 15 11.0s MS $
Ptarl City.... So) oil .i:q j ? 19a
Ewi Mill .... I i to ot iim 4 os t.n
Wtlinit ..... .... 10 s ,) 4 41
WalilUi, II )$ $ 49
Kahuku 11. j a.. i.tj ,,,,
(lowirJ) ti. Sun. DAILY DAILY DAIll
AM. A.M P.M P.M
Kahuku t:is .... t.o
Walalua... 61a .... rjo
Walanat . , t;io ... J JJ
EwaMlll... j:$o ? 4$ i:S 4
Ptail City . ....... 6,1 j 1 01 1 jo 4 j
Honolulu 6, jo 8, )j j 05 j to
r C. HM1TH, Gon'l Pasi. A Ticket An,
O. P. DHNIBON. Superintendent
Primary. Secondary or Tertiary Blood Poisw
. r.rM....ll rr Th ... U tru.l .1 h.a. .M
Ma. ....!, If . .... .k. Hr.ry. M.M. mIm
a. Mill ..,. ..... ..4 ..I.., ... ?.!,. I. Ita4
.... Tfer.kt, rinklM, t..r r.l.r.4 Spv tlr.
..f ..rt .t la. Wi7, llalr .. ;.!,.. ChllUf ttt. arrM.
Cook Remedy Co.
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