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EVEN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., Km DAY, SEPT. Hi, 1601,
NOTICE BY A83IQNEE OF MORT
GAGE OF HIS INTENTION TO
FORECL09E MORTGAGE AND
Ill pursuance of a power of salo con
lalnccl In tliat certain mortgage made
by All I of Honolulu, Island of Oabu,
Territory of Hawaii, mortgagor, to
Robert F. Langc, mortgagee, dated tlio
28tli day of February, 1898, and re
corded In the Register Office, Oalitt, In
Liber 174, on pages 44G to 448, which
mortgage was duly assigned by raid
Itobcrt F. Lange to tlio iinderslgucd.
John Itoss, nu the 14th day of Octo
ber, 1001, notice Is hereby given that
that tho said nsslgncc of mortgage In
tends to foreclose said mortgage tor
condition btoken, to-wlt: the non-payment
of principal and Interest when
due, and will, on Monday, the 10th day
of October, 1004, at 12 o'clock noon of
said day, expose for salo and sell at
public auction at the auction rooms of
Will E. Fisher, No. 180 Merchant
Street, Honolulu nforcsald, the prop
erty described In said mortgage.
Terms Cash In United State Gold
Colli. Deed at tho cipensc of pur'
For further particulars apply In J.
Alfred Magoon J. I.lghtfoot, attor
neys for assignee of mortgngc, Ma
goon building, corner Merchant and
Alakea Streets. IloiitItiln aforesaid,
tir to Will II. Fisher, Auctioneer.
Dated Honolulu, Sept. 12th, 1904.
Assignee of Mortgage.
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MIVll, lUHira II, UU ITOI-,
T to be sold as aroresald, toul
sluts of all that certain piece or paicel
of land situate at Kaumakaplll, III Ho
nolulu aforesaid, described In Royal
Patent 155, L. C. A. 1177, to W. Hell.
Together with all the casements,
houses, buildings nnd Improvements,
rights, privileges and nppiiitcuauco
2871 Sept. I, 23, 30, Oct. 7.
NOTICE BY ASSIGNEE OF MORT J
GAGE OF HIS INTENTION TO
FORECLOSE MORTGAGE AND;
OF SALE. !
In pursuance of n power of salo con
tnlued In that eeitalu mortgage madr
by Alii of Honolulu, Island of Oahu
Territory of Hawaii, mortgagor, to
HofTschlaeger Company, Limited, a
corporation existing tinder tho law,) ol
the Territory of. Hawaii, morlgugce,
dated the ICth day of Fcbiuary, 1901,
nnd recorded In the Register Oniec,
Oahu. In Liber 220. on Dacca 21-23.
which mortgage was ilnly nsluned by!
the Hortschlaeger Company, Limited,
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hereby glen that the nald assignee of
moitgage Intends to foieclosu said'
mortgage for eondltlou broken, to-wlt,
the non-payment of principal nnd In
gli'icst when due, and will on Monday,
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noon of Kuld day, expose for gale nnd
mil ni .mi, ii .M m n, ii .
looms of Will E. Fisher, No. 180 .Mer
chant Street, Honolulu afoicnald, tho
pioperty described In said mortgage.
Terms Cash lu United Stntes Gold
Coin. Deed nt tho expcimo of pur
For further pnrtlcuIarH apply to J.
Alfied Magoon J. I.lghtfoot, ntlor-i
neys for nsslgneo f moitgage, Ma
goon Ilulldlng, corner Merchnnt and;
Aiakca Streets, Honolulu nforesald, or
to Will E. Fisher, Auctioneer.
nale.1 Hnnnlulii. Sunt. I2tb. mill.
AsHlguec of Mortgage.
Tho property covered by said mort
gage, and to bo sold as aforegalil, con
lilstH of ull the right, titlo and Interest
of said mortgagor in and to Hint :er
tain lease fiom Knhlllopua ct nl. to
said mortgagor, of prcmtseH situate on
the Ewa sldo of Nuuaim Street, lu Ho
nolulu aforesaid, ns in said lease de
scribed, which lease is dated the 22nd
dny of May, 1897, and recorded in tho
Register Office, Oahu, In Liber 109,
2S71 Sept. HI. 23, 30, Oct. 7.
Republican 5th District
Notice Is hereby given that in acionr
nmo with the Rules and Regulations of
tho Republican Parly of the Territory
of Hawaii, the Fifth DlHtrlet Commit
tee haa fixed Friday, tlio 10th day of
September, 1904, nt 7;30 o'clock p. in.
an tho time, and Progress Hall, In Ho
nolulu, as the place, for holding the
next District Convention. Tho Dele
gates elected to such contention aie
accordingly requested to assemble ot i
raid time and plnco for tho purposo of i
nomlnntlng candidates to thv Senate'
and House of Representatives nnd to I
tiansact such other business as mayi
be brought before the Convention.
II' order of tho District Committee. '
II. C. VIDA,
A. ST. PHAINAIA, Chulrman.
Honolulu, Sept. II, 1901. 28G9-3t
Tel. Main 339. Residence Tel. White 53
Mrs. E Me Taylor,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDINO.
Rooted 8trawberry and Vio
let Plants for Sale. '
Flno Job Printing at tho Bulletin'
Valuable Real Estate
Union Street and Adam's Lane
N THE DISTRICT OF HONOLULU,
ISLAND OF OAHU, TERRI-
TORY OF HAWAII.
Pursuant to a decree rrmdo by tho
Ilonornhlo J. T. De Holt, First Judge
of the Ciicult Court of tho Flrgt Ju
dicial Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, fil
ed on tho 23rd day of August, A. D.
1904, In a cause entitled LOUISA I.
LAIN'i:, Plaintiff, vs. M. D. MON3AR
RAT, THE FIRST AMERICAN SAV
INGS & TRUST COMPANY OF HA
WAII, LIMITED, a corporation, CAL
VIN i:. CAMP, WALTER HOFFMAN,
and THE FIRST NATIONAL DAN.v
Or HAWAII AT HONOLULU, a cor-. "I have received reports from New
poratlon, Defendants. 1)111 to Fore- York," ho said to Senators Cullom and
close a Moitgage, Equity Division No. Hopkins, of Illinois, a few days ago,
1417; the undersigned, as Commit-, -that Indlcato a plurality for the Re
sloner duly appointed, will exposo for publicans that would surprise you If I
sale at. Public Auction, to tho highest told you the figures "
bidder, stihjcit to confirmation by the
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17th,
A, D. 1904,
At 12 o'clock Noon of said Day,
at the mauka (front) entrance of tho
Judiciary Ilulldlng, In Honolulu, Isl
and of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, all
the light, title and Interest of the
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Moitgagor, M. V. Monsarrat, lu and to'
tho following described property, to
All that ceitaln parcel of land sltuat-
Fd on Union Street nnd Adams Lano.w111 contests. These reports show,
In Mild Honolulu, nnd bounded as fol- according to White House Information,
lows: that thcro Is to be no dltllciilty In New
Commencing at the mnkal south' Yrl. New Jersey or Connecticut, nnd
corner of (his lot on Northwest sldo of """ Indiana and Wisconsin arc safe.
j Union Stieet Joining A. Adams' prcm-.
Im-3 on mnkal and running: I
! N. 28" 30' E. 1 chain, 29 8-12 feet
nlong Union Street to mauka E.
corner of this lot; thence,
!9 30' W. 13 10-12 feet to unulta
.oiin corner tuenuj c mis lot;
H. 7.S' 15' W. 1 dili I it 57 feet along
Union Stici't mid Northwest
boundary of tlili lot to ranl.al
West corner nt Mrx. Uowsctl's
duelling house lot: thence, i
S. 4!i 30' E. 1 chain 42 3-12 feet
nlong Mrs. DovvsMta and Alex.
Adams' lots to plait nf com
monument. Including an area of fath
oms H54, fe.t 7"; nnd being the same
piomtses that wcte conveyed to M. D.
Monsnriat by 3ames I. Dowsctt by
ili.Afl (tntn.1 Mnrch 1ut 18fi9 nnrt rn.l
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Honolulu. In Liber 72. page 103.
TERMS OF SALE ARE CASH IN
U. S. GOLD COIN: DEED AT EX -
I'lisur: of pmirMiAsr.H. K.ir f,,r..atlons, or most of the big ones, nro
ther paitl.uluvH Inqulie of Messrs.!
KINNEY. MrCLANAHAN & COOPER.
''1'''- olll(,t". '""" 3'2 305 lu Judd
HulldliiB on Fort Street, Honolulu. T.
II.. or to the umlerMgiivd ut IiIh office
In the Judicial. v llnll.Una.
P. D. KELLETT, JR.,
Dated nt Honolulu, Oahu. August
2.(1 il, 1904.
Ily order of tho IlonoiaMe J. T. Do
illOLT. First Judge of the Circuit'
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",l'" "n ,no "m aa ol AUgusi. ivu.
SALE HAS I1EEN POSTPONED
NOON on SATURDAY,
TEMIIER 24th, 1904.
P. 1). KELLETT, Jr.,
Dated at Honolulu, Oahu, August
28BU Aug. 23, 24, 31; Sept. 7, 14, 10.
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The California Harness Shop has
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MR. DOOLEY on the War and SI- d by acclamutlou, amid much enthus
MON SIMPLE on tho Waroath in Insm. There wero lontesta on other
ROOm la It
WORLD CORRESPONDENT SAYS
HE HAS COUNTRY SAFE
DEMANDS THERE SHALL BE NO
LET-UP FROM OVER CONFI-
Washington, Aug. 16. A special to
tho Now ork World says
be elected. There Is an air of cockstiio
ncss at the White House that makc3
every Democrat who goes there gill
his tcetlt and go out on tho lawn and
Tho President's table of electoral
votes Is a simple affair. He allows the
Democrats the 151 votes of the South,
puts Maryland in the douotful column,
and claims everything else himself,
Chairman Cortelyou was here yester
day. This morning the President was
even In better humor than before Cor
telyou came with hlg latest batch of
reports. There was not many callers
at the White House, but to those who
did call the President expressed him
self as tremendously satisfied with the
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Republicans will win easily. He has
already received preliminary reports
from most of the States where there
Just beforo he was nominated the
President had a period of depression
about Wisconsin and Indiana. Eat Her
In the year he was worried about New
York and New Jersey and Connecticut.
He has put atl thoso thoughts aside.
He has faith In his own strength with
the people, nnd the men who come
from tho firing line tell him stories
that Increase his optimism.
He hag put Now York up to Odcll.
The Chairman Governor must win to
prsscrve himself politically. The
President wag sluewd about It. He
oulered Corteljou to assume no rcspon
slblllty. "Make Odell do It," ho tald;
and Corteljou has told Odcll what he
Ills worst quarter hours were about
The corporations can carry
I """ana wnicnever way mcy like," mg
'n,lma' advisers told him. At that
,tlmo ho dl(1 not know that ,ho torpor-
wlt" nlm. aml he has no further fears
John Wean, Gov. Murphy and the
other New Jersey Republican leaders
say It is folly for tho Democrats to
think of carrying that State. The
Piesldcnt believes what they say.
Spooner has told him that he will com'
piomlte If the decision In Wisconsin
goes against him. That's to the Frcv
(dent's mind, makes Wisconsin sure.
Egotism and Optimism.
Tho President has such an abound
ing egotism that he can casly turn nn
unfavorable report Into a favorablo
one by making such eliminations as ho
thinks his personality will demnnd. If
ho gets a report that a certain city Is
not so strongly Republican as It might
be, he Is likely to say, "Pshaw! That
cannot be true, for I know of a hundred
or a thousand Democrats who will vote
Tho President talks freely about tho
campaign with his friends. He war
nervous last January. Ho was Beared
In February and March. He has grad
ually worn down Ills nerves and his
feais, and he Is now as cheerful ns if
the ballots were cast and the count lu
But ho Is insisting on a vigorous
campaign. He does not Intend to let
hlg own optimism decrease effort. He
Is a hard taskmaster. Ho sends sug
gestions by telegraph and telephone to
Cortelyou every day, nnd he loads the
mall with long letters of advlco and
suggestions. He Insisted on speeches
by big Republicans In Vermont, be
cause ho demands that the Vermont
majority shall' not fall below tho nor
mal. He personally assigned a couple of
Cabinet Ministers to Maine. He In
tends to make a good showing tlier",
too. He has picked out passages of
his own speeches and state papers and
essays for circulation. Ho selected
the executive commltteo and many of
the siiuordlnates in both the Eastern
and Western headquarters. It Is hl.i
campaign, for his election, and he Ii
making it a personal matter.
Ho sees nothing abend now but vio
lets and primroses, biinslilnc and hap.
py days. There Is not a cloud over
head. He considers himself as good a
WANT GOVERNOR PECK.
Oshkosh, Wis., Sept. 1. The Demo
uutle State Convention tonight nomln
uted the following ticket: Governor,
Ueoigo W. Peek; Lieutenant Oovernor,
Dr. II. A. Lathrop; Secretary ot State,
James P. Nolan; treasurer, Andrew
Jensen; Attorney General, William F.
Wolfe; Railroad Commissioner, Ed
Ward L. Hanlon; Insurance Commls
bloner, Henry FeUer.
Former Oovernor Peck was nominal-
Recorded Sept. 8, 1904.
H Yamamoto nnd wf to Wm Kin
ney; M; lot 43, Olaa Rcsvtn, Puna,
Hawaii; $0,194.98. U 230. p 427. Dat
ctl Aug 27, 1904.
Thos Gnndnll to Percy C lluzzell,
M; R P 2402, Kill 929, Patioa. Honolu
lu; $2.30. U 259, p 429. Dated Sept
Oahu Railway & Land Co to There
sa M Loulsson (widow); I); tot 1C,
blk 31, Pearl City, EwaOahu. H 23S
p 347. Dated May 10, 1901.
Mary Sexton to J Alfred Magoon,
M: east half lot 13, An A. R P 78. ne
land and bldgs, Young St, Honolulu;
00. U 259, p 430. Dated Aug So.
Harry T Walker and wf to J Alfred
Magoon; M; lot 14 and cast and west
half lot IS, blk II, R P 177, Magoou
tract, Honolulu; $900. I) 259, p 432.
Dated Sept C, 1904.
Maria I Jesus (widow) to Steven
Andrew ct al; D; lot 13, blk 7, and
bldg, Kapiotanl tract, Honolulu; 1,
etc. D 258, p 349. Dated Sept 8, 1901.
Emma L Dillingham to Halclvva Ho
tel Co Ltd; Rcl Dow; premises, Ka
waltoa, Walalua, Oahu; $1. II 258, p
350. Dated Aug t, 1901.
Theresa M Loulsson (widow) to
Hawn Lnnd'& Impt Co Ltd; 1); lot 8,
blk 15, Pearl City, Ewa, Oahu; (110.
U 258, p 351. Dated May 17, 1901.
Chas O Uartlett and wf to Est of S
C Allen by tra; M; lots 15 nnd 10, blk
CI, and bldgg, Kalmukl tract. Honolu
lu; Int in shares of Btock In Hon llrvvg
& Mltg Co; 84,000. II .uO, p 131. Dat.
cd Aug 31, 1904.
Adelaide V Corron and hsb (AC) to
San Antonio Port Uen Socy of Ha
waii; M; pc land, Pclcula. Honolulu;
$300. 11 200, p 130. Dated Sept 8,
Pul Sing to Leo Duck Kee; IIS; 1-2
Int in leasehold and bus of Hop Tuck
Wal Co, KoolaupoljO, Oahu. II 205, p
170. Dated Sept 5, 1904.
Between Lines Was
Yental, Sept. 3. A Russian corre
spondent who has arrived hero from
Llaoyang gives some detnll of the fin
al assaults on that place. He naa:
"At tho time of the Japanese bom
bardment of the railway .station the?
ambulances were In tho rear of the sta
tion, from which It was Impossible to
remove them. A shrapnel shell w lib h
burst over the station wounded two
nurses, one of whom has since died.
"The. hottest lighting was on Auguit
30 nnd 31, when the repented assaults
of the enemy were all repulsed. Tho
Thirty-fourth and Thirty-fifth regi
ments of the Ninth Division nnd the
Twenty-third Regiment of tho Eastern
Division wero particularly hard press
ed and wero several times reinforced.
Ammunition could not be brought
quickly enough, nnd the men nt times
actually stoned their nssallants,
"In many of the companies all of the
officers wero killed or wounded and
the men fought under non-eonimlsslou-
cd officers. Many of the Japanese
wounded fell Into the Russian tienchci
and could not possibly bo lemoved
when the retreat commenced, and had
to be abandoned. Others, more unfor
tunate, fell between the lines and wo
could not bring them In. The Japanese
could not lemovo them, and they lay
most of the day and night exposed In
tho lino of fire. Their cries nnd
gi onus, which wero heart-rending,
could be distinctly heard. Our sklr-
mlshcrg felt on many of them while
pursuing tlio retreating Japanese, and
when they could gave water to them,
but had to leave them to be run over
by the succ ceding waves of tho Japan
"Thcro was n lull In tho fighting on
August 31.K(cncrnl Marozovsky, who
was on tnc nring line me whole time,
sat down with a Cossack picket In tho
shelter of the trees for a eup ot tea and
a biscuit. The Japanese artillery sud
denly swept tho woods with their Are
and a shell burst, wounding tho gener
al in tho leg and tearing off his order
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IN CONFLICT OF LIAOYANG
CORRESPONDENTS AND THE RED
CROSS NURSES SUFFERED
LOSS RUSSIANS WERE
St. Petersburg, Sept. 4. The bntllo
of Llaoyang, which began with thu
Japancso advance on August 24, thu
day of tho christening of the Czare
vitch, nnd concluded on Saturday, Sep
tember 3, with the retreat of General
Kuropatktn, Is believed to have been
tho longest and the bloodiest of his
tory. Numerous Incidents In the fight
ing upset the theory evolved by experi
ences In the Doer war, that a modern
battle must necessarily be fought at
long rnnge. Both sides repeatedly
came to band to-hand encounters In
bavonet charges, and the men on both
sides were often so near one another
that they could distinguish featured
and hear words of comment. In one
Instance they were separated only by
the width of the railway, and actually
threw- stones at one another. Tbo mad
heroism of the Japanese and the stub
born tenacity of the Russians have not
been paralleled anywhere, save In
some of tho despernto encounters of
the American Civil War.
Correspondents state that several of
tho baonet attacks made by tho Jap
anese throughout the battle were forc
ed by the depletion of ammunition, of
which modern nrme entail such extrav
agant expenilllmc. The Japanese
came mi with empty guns nnd with
iiop-n of finishing the nttack with cold
steel, but It was proved nt their own
just that such attack could not bo
Irlven home In the fnro of the (Ire of
'ine Russian nrtlllerymen suffered
tenlbly in the prolonged lighting south
of the Tnltsc river. One battery lost
forty men Killed and the remainder
wounded, and when n fresh battery
wag brought up Into position the sur
vivors protested with tears nt being
removed, begging to bo allowed to die
beside their own guns.
The work of tho Red Cross Society,
which, throughout the war, has been
devoted to both sides, piovc-d nlmost
ns dangerous to doctors and nurses ns
did the work of the combatants. Many
hearers and their assistants havo been
killed or wounded In uttundlng to in
jured under fire. A Sister of Mercy
wiis Kilted and a surgeon wounded In
the final assaults on Llaoyang.
Telegraph operators and eorrespon
deiitg hnve suffered severely. Two
correspondents of tho Associated
Press have been shot and one has been
dccoiutcd for bravery.
During the ten days' flgbtlug tho
condition of tlio soldiers of both armies
has been pitiable. Many of tho Japan
ese prisoners wero starving and almost
linked when captured, which speaks
volumes for Japanese endurance
It Is wonderful that tbo commissary
ariaiigements made It possible to con
tinue to supply the men during such a
continuous battle. Tho Russians wero
better fed, being nearer their own
base, but tho terrible strain of the con
tinuous lighting caused some of them
to fall asleep lu the midst of the can
nonade and even on tho firing lino,
Grand Duke Boris
London, Sept. 3. Thcro were no out
waul signs of his richly deserved dis
grace In tho manner of Grand Duke
Doris' arrival at St. Petersburg, fur
ho traveled In grand ducal luxury.
How ho will bo treated remains to bo
seen. It Is said In clubs nt St. Peters
burg that he will bo sent Into exile to
Archangel for six months and then will
bu i educed to somo minor post on tho
official staff somewhere outside ot tho
actual warfare. It cannot bo Imagin
ed that his services will be of thu
slightest aluo In any post, but tho
fuco of the Czar'g disreputable kins
man may thus be saved. Boris him
self, lu an Interview aboard his lux
urious train at Okoulovska, told a
French Journalist that Kiiropatkln had
htm sent to St. Petersburg to congrat
ulate the Czar on the birth of bis son
on behalf of the Russian army. This
aristocratic warrior's vlow of the cam
paign seemed to have been cblolly
confined to complaints about tho heat
of the sun and the smell ot Japanese
shrapnel, which ho described as "un
Tho truo stury of Grand Duku Bo
ris' homecoming, ns told by a high
Russian official, Is as follows:
"At Mukden, Boris, who was only a
Lieutenant, was living In grand quar
ters, whllo his superior officers wero
satisfied with anything available, even
huts. This was not enough for tlio
Duke, but tho conduct ot his household
becamo altogether too grand ducal.
Finally tho orgies ot himself and fe
male companions were tarried to such
an excess that Kuropntkln went to him
to remonstrate, and told him plainly
he must cither drop tho methods ot a
grand duke and work as a lieutenant
or return to Russian. Boris thereupon
diovv his sword and struck General Ku
ropatktn on the face."
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and each month thereafter.
From Honolulu to Han Francisco.
From Portland, Or.
For further Information aaalj'. Si
C, P, MORSE, H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd
General Freight Agent. AGENT8. HONOLULU.
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Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of tho abovo lino, running In connection with the CANAMA
PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Van couver, B. C, nnd Sydney, N. . K.
and calling nt Victoria, D. C, Ilonolul u and Suva, FIJI and Drlsbaa., Mi
DUE AT HONOLULU on or about tho dates below stated, viz:
From Vancouver and Victoria, B. C.
(For Urlsbano and Sydney.)
MIOWERA AUG. 27
MANUKA SEPT. 24
AORANGI OCT. 22
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United Statw
Europe. For Freight and Passage and all general Information, apply; ta
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd. Oeieral AgeiU.
J. F. Moraan, President: C. J. Campbell Vice President; J. L.
8ecretary; A. F. Clark, Treasurer; N.
Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd.
DRAYMEN, 63 QUEEN ST.
DEALER8 IN A
ALSO WHITE ANO BLACK 8AND.
Union Express Co.,
Having baggage contracts with the following Steamship Co.'a Lineoa
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Occidental & Oriental Steamihlp
Wilder 8. 8. Co.
wo cnccK your outgoing naggage at
and annoyance ot checking on the wharf.
Incoming baggage checked on steamers of above companies
ered with quickness and dl.patch at your homes.
TELEPHONE MAIN 66.
O. R. & L. Co.
May 1st, 1906.
For Walanae, Walalua, Kahulra ul
Way Stations 9ilS a.m., 3:20 f.ss.
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill anl Way
Stations t?:30 a, mT, t:ll a, m.
11:05 a. m., 215 p. m., 3:lu . a.
4:15 p. m., 6:1S p. m., : .
111:15 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Kabukv, Wat
atua and Walanae 8:S6 a. m., 1:14
Arrive Honolulu from wa Hill ul
Pearl City 16:50 a. m., t7:4l a. m.
8:3C a. m., 10:38 a. m.. 3:01 f. m.
4:31 p. m., 5:31 p. in., 7:41 . .
t Sunday Excepted.
j Sunday Only.
Q. P. DENI80N, F. C. tMjTrl,
8upL Q. . A T. A
"For Bale" cards at Bulletin office.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
will call at Honolulu and
dates below mentioned:
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
MONQOLIA SEPT. 24
CHINA OCT. 7
GAELiU . . .
MONGOLIA . ,
CHINA DEC. 14
Co, Ltd., ..
Company's Wharf, 41st Btroot,
to sail SEPT.
From Seattle OCT.
a ...From Tscomi OCX
From Sydney and Brltbin.
(For Victoria and Vancouver. B. U
AORANGI SEPT. H
MIOWERA OCT. U
E. Gedge, Auditor; Frank H
and Steam Coal.
TELEPHONE MAIN I
Ltd., 63 Queen Street,
Pacific Mall 8teamshlp Co.
Toyo Kisen Kaisha Steamship
your homes, saving you tao '
H. J. NOLTE.
Beaver Lunch Room
Rapid Transit Electric Can
at and depaN from tn aialn
ot the Moana Hote. TTery tea
MOANA HOTEL Ctx. LTV.
"For 8als" cards at Bulletin offlca.
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