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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T MONDAY, At'OUST 18. 152.
And I have devoted my life to Icveloping Ihcm 1 know that Electricity
Is the force that makes vitality, and I use It to luilld up men who are
nervous, hesitating, sleepless, tailing In mcmor.v. losing sclf-confldcnc,
weak In heart and stomach, lodtig voiithful ambition and courage.
Men like that, or those with pilns In the hack, rheumatism, sclatlci
and those other troubles vvhle.i follow a loss of nature's vital power, I
an cure. I can tnako them feel young, strong and energetic with ciy
Klcclrlc Belt. If you arc such a man romc to me. My belt Is In a clasj
by Itself. I lake the other kind In trade.
Get my book. It has facts vim will be Interested In. It Is free !f
jou enclose this ad.
dr. m. h. Mclaughlin,
For Sale At Auction
The undersigned will sell at public
minion at the miction uioms of James
K. Morgan on Saturday, the 23d day of
August, 192, at 12 noun, the following
valuable parcels of land In Honolulu.
Terms cash, deeds at purchasers ex
A beautiful lot situated on tho right
hand or southeasterly side of Nmiaiiii
sheet In Honolulu, adjoining the ma
kal side of premises occupied by Jas.
Spencer. Esq, containing about nil
arte and a quarter (1 1 4). less a
small st lip taken from the fiont to
widen said street.
This lot tompilses the northwester
ly poitlon of premises covered by Roy
al I'atmt 314 on L. C. Award 147C to
Ivvlula. It Is well above the street,
well dialned and Is an Ideal location
lur a homestead.
SeveiHl lots at Walkikl, all situate. 1
mnkHl of King street In Knpnnl.cn,
near the proposed location of the Mc
Kinley Memorial Park, and mote par
tluilaily Identified as follows:
1st. A large parcel, comprising
house-lot, kula and several valuable
kalo patches with water right, makal
of the "i.oko Paal.ea," and on the
northwest, adjoining the annul or
Kticarn Issuing from said loko, contain
ing a total area of five and three
eighths (5 .1-8) ncies, more fully set
forth and descilbcd In Iloyal Patent
5S29 on 1.. C. Awaid 2C19 to Pahau.
2nd. A fine kalo patch adjoining tho
auwal Issuing from said I.oko l'aakcn
(eiy near the 5 3 6 acres lot above),
more fully set furtb in ItoyaJ Patent
U332 on I.. C. Award 1121 to Kanlilhl.
rills lot comprises 19 100 ae.Te anil tiio
ntivval thlity (30) rous.
3id. Thiee line kalo patches (south
of tt.c 5 38 acres lot), on the auwal
foimcrly called Monnnull's Auwal,
li ailing out of the main stream. Said
Knlo patches hae a water right and
nre more fully described as Apanas 2,
3 and 4 of Iloyal I'ntcnt 4U34, on 1.. C
Avvmd 1275 to Moklnl no Pahau and
containing 14-100, 14 100 and 15-luu
4th. A large kalo patch situated
about west of the land mentioned,
above, with a water right, containing
24 100 acre, more fully set forth In
Iloyal Patent C333 on 1.. C Aw aid
The foregoing kalo lands are occu
pled for lice and kalo cultivation by
Lara Wo Sing Co. under a verbal
agreement, determinable after har
vesting any crop.
Further paitlculais, maps and other
Information can be had on Inquiring of
W. It. CASTLE,
' Trustee for Pahau Heirs.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
The following Is the list of offers
of the Bituminous Rock Paving Com
pany, Limited, nl the Hawaiian Islands
elected July 2Sth. 1902:
J. J. Belter President
J. R. Parker Vice President
E. J. Lord Secretary
F. E. Richardson Treasurer
A. V. Gear Auditor
The above named gentlemen, to
gether with Fred. Haulson and (Jeo.
Waid, constitute the Iloaid of Direct
ors. J. J licit cr will act as Genet il
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I ADMIRE MEN OF POWER I
000 Market Street,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The undersigned, W. E. ROWELL.
having been appointed Administrator
of the Estate of MALV1NA J. ROW
ELL. late of the State of California,
deceased, hereby gives notice to nil
persons hnvlng claims ngalnst the es
late of said Malvlna J. Rowelt, to pro-
sent the same to htm at his office In tho
Stangenwnld building, Honolulu, with
In six months from the date of the first
publication of this notice, or they will
be forever barred.
Dated, Honolulu July 28. 1902.
W. E. ROWELL.
Administrator of the Estate of Malvlna
J. Rowell. Deceased.
2209-July 23. Aug. 4, 11, 18, 23.
IN THE CIHCi IT COURT, I'lRSi'
i (limit, Tciilto'-) of Hawaii. In Pin-
'.,?-; r Chain.)! ts. In the Matter of
the Estate of Alonzo K. Kuhln, late of
I lour '.iii. Oabu, Deceased. The peti
tion .'i:nl accounts of the ndmlnlstin
tcil of the estate of said intestate,
ivvheicin he asks that his account be
"vamlned and approved, and that n
final cider be made of distribution of
i tin- propeity remaining In bis hands
to the pel sons thereto entitled, and
iIIm h.irglng him from all further re
i,pucll illty as such administrator hav
ing ihes day been filed, It Is ordered
tlwt MONDAY, the 15th day of SEP
TEMULH. A. I). 1902, at TEN o'clock
n. in., at Chambeis, in the Court House
at Honolulu, be and the same heieby is
appointed as the time and place for
hearing snld petition and account, and
that all persons interested may then
nn I rieie appear and show cause, ir
any they have, why the same should
nil be granted.
'Ui.clulu, Oahu, August 2, 1902.
Ily llit Court:
J. A. THOMPSON.
C. .. Long, Attorney for the Admin
isliaieu. 2213 Aug. I. 11, IS. 23.
IN THE CIHCt'lT COURT OK fHE
Hist Circuit, Territory or Hawaii. At
Chambers, In Probate. In tho Matter
of the Estate of I.olka Paupati (w),
late of Knlaupapn. Mnlokal, Deceased.
Petition having been tiled by J. M. I'nn
una. next filend of said Intestate, pray
ing that letteis of administration upon
snld estate be Issued to him. notice is
heieb.v given that Monday, the 1st day
of Septembei. A. D. 1902. at 10 o'clock
n. in. In the JiidU-lay building, Hono
lulu. Is appointed the time and place
for healing said petition, when nnd
wheie nil pet sons comemed may ap
pear and show cause. If an they have,
why said petition should not be grant
ed. Honolulu. July 2Mb, 1902.
Ily the Court:
A. G. KAUI.UKOl',
2209-July 2S; Aug. 4, 11, 18.
SPECIAL RATES FOR
A FAMILY RESORT.
Cottages nnd pleasant
rooms, American and Eu
ropean Plan. Excellent
Cuisine and Service. Spe
cial weekly or monthly
Best of Surf Bathing and
Canoeing all the year
round. Hot and Cold Wa
ter Baths. Bouffet, Liv
ery. Electric Lights.
L, H. DEE, Proprietor.
Ring up Phone Red 71.
Iwih moved to lt'
28 IjUEEN STREET,
Opposite the Rout Landing jml
C. Brewer tV Co.
(Continue a from Page 1 )
nols plainly told Pratt that. If thro
ever was a Iran win, got hbkn il-fl)
Pratt was that man He simply ta .id
because h did not Introduce thiil
measure to Congres through t
proper channels; that Is, through thii
hands of your Delegate, who was the
properly ccnstitu'fd and accredlt-d
repren-ntatlve of Hawaii In Cong" is
All oth-r ccurtes must be nil,
Dole wa there to Curtail your
rights, but God has willed It I'iViwlrc.
Dole ev.n publicly mtered h'-- 'rprft
at tl.c full rights or Irauchls -t. til
ed to Hawailans. He snld he whs on
the commtt-e but was not responsible
for It, and did not concur with the ma
jority oi the members of Congress
who vvUtly bestowed the frenchmj
upon the HnvvEllans. What did youi
Deb-gad do" He said that h. would
rather die In Congress In hl nd!w
or to give you the full right to voM
than Me you. his beloved people lose
the right to vote. This was made pub
He In the American press 1 even
asked Mr. J. 11. Robinson, me tuner
from Indiana, as to the truth tl that
report. He said, "loung man, you
owe the franchise to the Delegate, or
the Territory of Hawaii. Tell your
people so." Both the Democratic mil
Republican jBrtles In the Unite I
States are run on the basis of hou u
rule. Ore at Britain is a great heme
rule country. There's home rule m
Poito Rico now nnd also in far oh" Phil
ippines. And there is Home Rule In
Hawaii re I. All the States and Terri
tories ul the Union have county and
munlcltnl governments, and v.-bj
should not Hawaii?
The next speaker of the evening was
Hon. William Mossman, and be spol.e
for over an hour and a long, weary
hour It was on the great good the
Home Rule party did In the last Let"--
lature In ie allng the 3 tnx on fe uiaie
dogs. The praises of the Home Hutu
party was extolled to the ttnrs lor
their noble deeds in wiping ctl 'hi
most obnoxious law- from tur stat
utes, nnd how the poor natives bno
been saved the enormous sum it J2
n year through the untiring erforlv el
tne Home Rulers, even though it toi k
the I.ecMature sixty days tj aoptn
pllsh lhl boon Kwn It there was
nothing else done by the Home Rulers
during the latt selon but to wipe i ff
this dog tax, whldi was lll.mcd to th-.
tax on ten. which was one ol tho
causes of the Il volutlonary War tbu
Home Rule inrtv had secured a giotid
victory. The speaker explained In iio
tall In n very nupotonous manner a'l
the bills which passed and nl'O thorn.'
which did not pas at the latt Matron
of the Hawaiian Legislature In bis
opinion the twenty-seven laws passed
by the Home Rule Legislature mil
ed in their beneficial results nil :.io
laws passed by former Leglslaiuies
fin. see the dog tax and what a boon
It is upon overtnxed humanity to j-ej
some ol the taxes taken off.
I'red. W. Ilickley and D Kalnuil. i
lit nl Sr were the next speakeis ml
the likewise tang of the rraiM' ,
the Home Rub r heroes of the lust
campaign, the party and its lne-i
lent platform It was after 11
o'clock when Senator Kalauokiiliini
ended bis harangue In his utual lioin
bastli and gatecus stIe, which is,
huwevei, the picvalllng splilt (I toe
Wilcox had been sitting cpiie'ly i n
Hie platlorm all the evening eying IiIm
audience, and occasionally crsting 3
side glance at the large -nurnbt r Gt He
puhllcnnF present And as le mote
flora bis teat and extended bis I Indly
lellcltatlons to bis audience, nwwt
lunrty applause (.reeted him lli
ciiunti name was nblaze In n t-iomiut
nnd with gistures indliative 'i tils in
waul fie lings, be sald
went to the United Stntts i'oi
gicss. a has bun explaluiil by uiy
sciietai.v, as our Delegate II wst the
only one ol thi -I", members et tnat
uui'iist bod thnt eanu bejemd tlo
sens. This body leprettnth eighty
inlllliiiio of people so you can tee the
moxt exalted poiltlun In vv.Mib .ir
Delegate was placid and the giect nn;i
ois icmfcmd upon blm. When I v, is
thus huiiiired ou were alto honor 'I
'My enemies have been raising "lin
eiy that Wilcox Is a failure and they
nie and have been trying In eery r,n
slble way to lnure me They do this
beinuse they are Jealous cl ine und
the most envious position tfii.T 1 oo'il
tliiougb im. They bate not only Wll
eox but they also hate you, lor to hnte
Wilcox Is to hate you. They tint del
egales of their own to Congress lo
hlndei, ohstitict and In every pittllle
way to Injure me, but the results hnvi
been In every Instance they i.inie
home as failure, weeping before jour
lielegatc- They think so much CI
theiiiselMs that tbcv phut us n little
ubou cattle What du we wnnt mini
y mi? Did not the United Sftis
;ivi ii ilibty millions of dollais dui
lug the twenty venrs ol the Hedprn
Itv Tic at? And v.-bat were the nn'
in al effeetb ol that tienty? Whv, ').
ciiintiy vns so prosperous tbn' 'ne
iiioi llawnllans mortgugid and sold
tbeh lands nnd vveie pushed to tl )
null and are now Kiidciic) hi.rae I"hs
Plantiitlon people- wi ru curb hid tin 1
von wue linpovc-rlshed.
The tanie people wen con-. td
In tin civiiihiiiw ol the Conttitutltu in
lSb" and likewise In the uveitbcw rf
'lie inunaich) in lSs'JJ. Tliese tocnlxl
ItepublUans ale lesiiouslble lor ll.
They aie Itepunllians; tbty ate
enakc Thi) aie our enemlts. Do
not be ensimied by them. Thti. s
reallj no Republican &rty hn In
'he Unitetl 'a'es the Reputllians r-o I
teinoi Hits aie Home Rulers Hoi'iu
tub- In t) ; ' lit it nl sense means 'i
;ovi rnnui.t "i the lountry by t'ln
people Ha ali ants county gov in
l.i ut ami .. want t'j elct our c w.i
nib lalp and not hi (.owiuti by th it
..nil. ' aiib ! i. -at ot a Dole who liutis
' I want to an out the Intent ol tl.e
'tilted Sta t- laws. These peci.jle
.vuit to ea' p' Bui want us inly to
mi' on 1).- United Slates docs 'jot
i'Vi that. Ihey wriit you to bIihio
l.i l.i i. IP an J tpolls In ycoi own
Recorded August 13, 1902.
Y liiiatnntii to L. (Iiotig cliiitt,)
mortgnge, c rop or sug.tfcatie Piiuin.i
kunl. Kail Hawaii. $! tdil.lV llom.
2,!i, page .'III. Dated Jul I, I'.'o;.
J. W. Nahaktialll to B. II I' Wolf i,
bill of sale, (lie claim No. 7.'!.'!, I'oi
$170, $1 'jool, 235, page 3K Dal d
August 8, llltC
M. Kenu to D. II. !'. Wolter, bill or
sale; lire claim No. Iu2i leu fl in, Jl.
Hook 2.ir,. page 37". Dated August
K. Knlnn to H. II. P. Wolter, bill of
sale; fire claim No. llfil. fur JII.1 Ji.
Hook a;i.j. page 371. Dated August
W. Paoaknlanl to K. II. U Woltc;
bill of sale; fire claim No. fll73. fo
(195; $1. Hook 235, page 372. Hat. I
August S, 1902.
J. M Mnhuka to n. II. V Wolt. ,
bill of salo; lire claim No. 02 rur $203
orr, $1. HooR 2.15, page 373. Dai-'
AttcilHt 12, 11o;.
Mrs. Motiukn to K. II. T. Wolt.-.1;
bill of sale; file claim No 234. for
$43.20; $1 Hook 235, page 375 Dined
August 12. 1902.
J H. Sebnnck to A. Sllva; elccl !ot
12 ot R. P. 5171 Kill. IlulP, A p. 1 Ka
lllil, Honolulu. Oabu; $425. Hook 21J
page 44. Dated August 11. 1902.
C M. Cooke. Limited, to ('. II Ccnk
ct nl.; deed; (Irani 305. Keeaumokii
street, llouolulii. Oahu; $1. Hook 2M.
pneo 4fi. Dated August 11. 19o:'.
Knllko et nl. to S. Kelley: denl, R.
P 3037, Kill. 11295. Kiillua, Koolnupo
Id), Oahu; $5. Rook 242. pnge 17
Dated Mnich 21, ISO"-
P. Knnekoa tt nl. to W. C, Irwin:
eked; II, P. 2037, Kill. 112c5. Kullnn.
Koolaupoko, Oahu; $100. Book -i
pngc if. Dated August K 192.
S. S. Kelley et nl. to W. (i. lnv'
deed; II. P. 3037. Kill. 11295. Knllti.i
Koolaupoko. Oabu. Hook 212, pngc
Dated August S, 1902.
C S. Desk to .il. C. Kennedy; ,i-ir-tltlnn
deed: bits 473 and 171 of (irntit
4110, Hpeneer street. Honolulu Oahn.
I Hook 212 page 19. Dated Vuvuxt
7, J DO.!
On August t the ship ('oliimlil.i mid
the biirkentlne KHKItnt. both (inni Ho
nolulu, arrived at Port Timnseiut
On Aui;. u the schooner V. 1. tiuimxi
(1 0111 Honolulu, arrived ill Si-ntlle
On Auk. 7 the bark Chas. II. Keiiney
fiom Klhel. nnd the schonni'r Xulionils
Itom Hllo, arrived at Port Tiivviiseml.
On Auk. ." the schooner Philippine,
turn Honolulu, arrived ut Port Tovvu
send On Ann: G the schooner Iliiwall.in
lilt Kan Fr.inelsi-o for Si'iittle. Ilimu
linn Islands and New Yorl..
On Ann. ti the schooner V. II Mais
Ion lft San 1'iniiclscn for llciiuiliilu.
Tim llernuiu li.uk llille, fiiiiu II.1111
Uuri; for lluiioliilit, was spoki-n on July
If, In lat. 311.!! t north. loiiK. 19.1 ni'sl.
On July 22 the I'iriich li.it k llrlviiie,
lium Penarth for Honolulu. v,.is siok-
n In lat. 37 mirth, lone. I t west.
The iteamer Taiuplio icrrlvul at !'e
nltle (10m Honolulu on g. J
The barkentliiu Liiliiiina I .-r r N
uu.tle for Honolulu on u. I.
Tho barkentlne S, X. ('.imIi- left San
I''raiielsco for thi- 1 r t cm Mur .,
The M'hoonrr Alice Cuciltc uirlvi'd nt
Pint Townsend fiom Hiinuliilu. on Auk.
The Ki-hoonir E. II. Jm l.-mt nrilved
nl 0 ray's Harbor from Honolulu, cm
A ";. 3.
The b.irkeiulni' Plniiu-r jnlv.-d fiiiiu
Honolulu at S.i 11 I'i.iiiiIs, 11 cm Auk. 3
3 il.iys out.
"I he I'reui h bmk i'liiiuiili;ny l.-ft
1'tiiaith for Honolulu on uk I.
lanu and urn alluu
mil) impel Li i.j
1,1 'h to enj Hint
"W.i luiict stutiil In.-ther until H"
-nit Hawaii. The hi- siinkes are iiu.v
ll- h; hut 1I1 li mid pnur ni" ullki' in ihe
Ul lted States, "ient me nil Ainvilci Is
l"iv mid 5 uti shniilil nl'Uj ,ih siii Ii.
"Them are two 1 l.mv 01 iiiImI hi
ai'rt,. I'lisi, tluiKi- uliu do not fiivui
Auiirienn laws linr, 11110. m'hiiiiII.i. tl-'
impel Imkui r. 'I In hitter mi tl.e
ii)Veru who icuiie fl'oui their sluiiipiiirf
Itiiiunds In due srtisiiii, K''t lat mi
v, ci' 1111 nnd thin utuiii to the phu'i-s
fi"in vvhemo the) cuiuu They me
nil aniiexatliiiilils Ihusu Republic :ius
and Duiiiiii tats. The) can never
ct.riif;.! their Iilculit.v any more than
a rronkcy eim be 11 (;i uerul by puttlni:
011 nn offlc er's 1111 1 11 .1 in A nuuiUoy will
always be 11 niunl.u). Ml the Honolulu
papeni hale Wllnx b'liiuse they -u.i
mil down Wllccix. Th. j inn lll.u crabs,
empty headed. The) du noi even
kllllW the lllllledute III CiillKreBS. ".
Will ox kninvH that, fur lie Iiiih i- i
them Wllinx kniivvs I've r)UmiK-
"They me I'nv in Iiik 11 lliiuiilliiti nn
iliitnte I111 DebKi'li uhi. would lann
I'liitnllliiK the li.iii' lil-e The) xxii lit .1 1
Hawaiian t lint th. 11111 pull hv 'Ik
now. Win 11 Wllinx iih in his M, l 1
llied. inni illieli s all lilt- lues u "
Mi'UellUij beclllise Will i,x beat lb -in !
! nil '
" 1 here Is 1111 enttmiuloigiM lieie Mnt I
III '11 the I'llllnl Sillies ill- Kit III'"" I
thll.llKll III) elTiilts All) IiIIkIiIs III I
)our turn hike In him I'm 11 nile Th '
hate Wllinx hiiuiixe be vvus instill '
luelltlll III si'llllllIK this IIIIIIl lli'le. I
"Wilcox wants Omeinnieiii lulidx
when leases explte to be fill Id ij
uitiiiiii: Iluwaliaus, lone ic lots with
pasture eiiniiuh in keep 11 ilali) Wh u
I was slik Ini thiee iiiniiths the) .tin
rleil in that, lui' the) sujel) thoimlit I
would db'. but Wllinx Is nut lead) in
die, ami be iniiulit imultixt death I
ti iikIii at l-e.ilii iDianiiiiid lleaili ij
I. itoie )iilli limine.
BOERS WILL FIGHT AGAIN
liiiiin Auk 7 -'I lie (II1111111I1 d'
! tall J p 1 bin- hid an 1 1 I. n I. with the
SMI Ot I" HI' I Se II I. II V IN IU Of ,.
1 null-'. 1.1I lin k.ix iiiiivel ul .NiipIoa
In tin, ititiivlin It' it dulniiil Dun
war In lie Inuisiial vmiuIiI mmoiii-
11 I' A
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AT HONOLULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.:
from Vancouver anu Victoria, B.
(For Urlabane and Sydney.)
Through Tickets Issued from Hanolulu to Canada, United States and
Inrope. For Freight and Patsuge and all general Information, apply to
Theo. H. Davles & Co., Ltd., GcnH Agents.
cMETAViGATiON COMPANY, LTD.
PUGET SOUND-HONOLULU ROUTE.
Connecting Direct without transfer with G. N. Ry., N. P. R., and C. P.
R. Lowest rates of freight from nil oastcrn points; shortest possible time.
S. S. EUREKA, from Seattle, on or about
S. S. TAMPICO, from Seattle, on or about SEPT. 10
For further Information address
l- 13. BEEBE,
2 Brewer Building, Honolulu. AGENT HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Globe Nav. Co., Ltd., Se-ittte, Wash.; P. W. Rochester, 308 Market St.,
S. F.i Agentt of above rjadt, will furnish Information.
Drays lor Freight
Our representative ntU all lnoon.
Ing steamers from the Coast, and .
check baggtga on all outgoing iteaii
Wblte and Bltci Stn-i For Silt
Office with Evenlnc Dulletln, IP
I Klnr streeL Tel 88.
ft. LilRSEH, Mrf.
When You Want a Rig
ring uv run
LIVERY BOARDING and
: : : sis fort otie
Utable '1'hoiie, 109 Main.
Hack Stand, 'Phones 319 and 1..
C. H. BELLINA.
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUGAR 1IA
CHINKRY of every carac'ty and d
crlptlon made to order, tioller wort
Mill RIVETED PIPES for Irrlgatloi
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
clou paid to JOD WORK, and .-pain
txKUted at thortest notice
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
Omces--Rooms 208 208 Hoston build
Ins;, 1'ort Street.
Telephones Office. Main 385; Res
Idence, White 2301.
Hours--11 a m to I p. m : 3 lo I
p. m.; 7 to 8 p.m.; Sundays, 1! to " p.m.
P. O. Hoi 801.
Fine Job Pilntlncj at the Bulletin of
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month,
arrive and leave this port as hc.otindtr; 1
FOR 8AN FRANCISCO. '
20.SONOMV AUO 191
29 AL VMHD 1. SEPT 0
io,vi:ntura SKPT. !i
19 -ALAMKDx SEPI. 21
C. I From Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, D. C.)
30,AORAN(51 AUG. 27
27 ! MOANA SKPT. J I
MANUFACTURED FROM PURE
DISTILLED WATER. : : : I
Delivered to any part ot
city by courteous driven.
Oahn Ice and Electric Co
TELEPHONE BLUE 1151.
HOFFriAN & HARKHAn.
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Port St., bet. Queen and Merchant
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Everytnlng flrtt-clait. Complete lint
Key West and Domestic Cigars alwayi
H. J, NOLTE,
M. PhilHos & Co.
Wholeult Importer! and Jobber
European and American Dry Goods
Fort and Queen Sta
DECKER, FERNANDES & GO,
Real cttate Ajentt. 1
c also make n specially of enlarging !
Office, tor. Kouiti and KIiik Streets
P O. clox 321: 'Phono 2i2 Main
THE ORIGINAL HAWAIIAN
QUINTET and GLEE CLUB.
Music for all occasions
Leave orders nt I lawn. News Co
Music Dcpt., and at 113 Hack Stand.
n v 'VTrriiV.
THK CONTINENT WtOJ
THE TRAINS OA'iLY
FROM SAN FRANC!.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
rilf TilllEE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York
allajau Palace Sleepers. Bullet, Kmok.
lit and Library Cart, with Barlsu
kop and Pleasant Reading Rooma.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-caxU).
Free Reclining Chain.
Pullman Ordinary Sleeper.
. LOTHROP, General Agent
ltt Third street, Portland, Oregon.
. W. IIITCHCOCK, General Agent,
Ho. 1 Montgomery St., San Franelaec
I. h. LOUAX Q. P. T. A.,
171 Omaha, Nebrukm,
KING STREET LINE.
Walkikl to Town and Palama Can
leave Wall.IM at 3: 15. G:00, 6 15 and
tl 30 a. in., and every 16 minutes
thereafter until 11:00 p. m. Tho
11 l. ami 11. ID p. m. go to R13
Rifle Range (Pawaa) to Town Cart
leave Puuaa at 8:01, G:0l. 6:19 and
C'3t a. m. nnd every IS mlnutei
theiearter until 11:19 p. m.
Fort and King Stt. Corner for Palama
Curs leave ut e'.lS, 0:18, 0:33 and
0. lb a. 111 . and at 15-niliiiite Intervals
then-niter until 11:33 p. m.
Palama for Town and Walkikl Cart
leave nt r. .us. 3:315. 3:53 and 6:0J
n. 111.. nnd every 15 minutes thereaft
er until 1o:23 p. m : then at 10.53
p. m. The ll.ii!) p. 111. from Palama
runs to Pavvna mil), except on Sat
urday, when it Kin's to Walkikl.
Fort and King Stt. Corner for Walkikl
Cars leuve at D.27. 5:37. 0.12 an
0:27 a. in., nnd ut l.Vmlnute Intervals
thereafter until 10.42 p, ni.; then at
11.12 p. in. The 11:12 p. m. goes to
Pan an only. ov.cept on Saturdays,
when It runs to Walkikl.
Pawaa to Walkikl Cars leavo at 5.2S
n. m. and every 15 minutes thereafter
until in. 50 p. m.; then at 11:20 p. m.
BERETANIA STREET AND NUUANU
Punahou Stablet to Town and Valley
Cars leavo Puuahoti Stables at
." Kit a. 111. for town only, and for
Town and Valley nt 5:10. 5:50. 6:10.
6-20. 0:10. 7:0u and 7:20 a. m., and
thereafter at the even hour, at 10
minutes nnd at .10 minutes past the
hour until 10:10 p. m.
Oahu College for '1 own and Valley
Cars leave at C:3(, 0:50, 7:10 and
7.10 a. in., nnd thereafter at 20, 10
and 30 iuluu"s past each hour until
..3u p. 111.
Fort and Queen Stt. Corner for Nuu
anu Valley Cars leavo at : IS a, m.
and ever 10 minutes thereafter un
til 10 35 p. 1.1.
Nuuanu Valley to Town Cars leave
Niiiianii nt 0:10, 0:3u and ij.30 a. m.,
und nt Intervals of in minutes thew
lifter until 10 50 p. ni.
Fort and Queen Stt. Corner for Puna
Mou Cars leave nt 0:05, 0 2., 0.45
nnd 7:03 n in., and every 10 minute
thereafter until 11:05 p. nt. The cars
lenvlns ut 5. 35 and 45 minutes past
the hour run to Puniihou Stables;
those leavliiK at 15. 25 and 55 min
utes past the hour run to Oahu Col
lege. The last tar for Ohu Colleje
leaves town at H.23 p m
elephone to All Parts of the Island.
N.EALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. Q. IIENRIQPES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance la oXered foi
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriage meet the 8. 8. Mauna uem
tt Kallua and take passengers ovtrlancf
to Uookena, -where the ateamer la m4
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January L 1811.
STATIONS uaiiv DAILY
(Oulwarj; ti. Sun DAILY ti. Sun DAILY DAILY
A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M P.M
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CM Mill.... I)) ID&S IIM .OS t.IC.
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WUnn ... . t.io . .. 1.55
EwiMJII .jo t.4J ioj l.
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Honolulu . -.6)0 1. 11 oi s
I C. SMITH, Oen'l Past. & Ticket Alt,
O. P. DMNISON. Superintendent
Primary, Secondary or Tertiary Blood Pcmsos
r,IH...ll find. Tt . U lrU.4 tt .
mm ...r.al. If .. I,.,, t.t,. H,.ry 1,414. b.im
Mln,n., ' ""' ' ,rtM ' '". lal'a.. U Ida,
nianager.a. tk, ri..i. r,.(f, f.i.j g,. u..i. n
a.r a.'l .1 lb. b.4, II, Ir a. Ij.br... hlil.i a.i, mac
Cook Remedy Co.
Ul l4tair Ta't.tWM lt hr-rMrBr-, C
kU(ouooA, it it tttai Mtaiu i rti
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