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P r 4 EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1906. i
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1906.
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Fen. ze zim
Teb. 27 2167
Feb. 28 2173
Mar. 1 2162
Mar. 2 216S
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Tuesday, February 20th, 1906.... 2358
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the Island of Hawaii alone, ...1054
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ISEAL1 A. D. 1906.
SEAL ruary. A. D. 1906.
P. H. BURNETTE,
Ko'ary Public, Honolulu, County of
.MARCH 8, 1900.
Members of Parliament having rais
ed their own pay, aro eligible to a
place In opposition public prints as
Russla'svotlns Hit when compare!
with the population figures, shows thai
Nicky Is decidedly of the opinion thai
there are only a few of us left."
Perhaps It will bo decided that there
never was any serious ainereucu u
ivnm the cood intentions of the plant
rrs And the plans of tho Immigration
Municipal ownership has won an
other victory In a leading city of tb
ronnirv. It will soon be proper foi
those classing municipal ovvncrshlr
lui a fad to change tho subject.
If Castro reads the dispatches pass
InK over his French cable line, he has
cood reason to concludo that France
has enough on Its hands without wor
rying over tho antics In Venezuela.
Times are changing In Hawaii do
ipltc the apparently extraordinary do
liberation with which old customs m
rrled loose. Hero wo have n Supreme
Court upsetting n law which one of Ihi'
family once tolemnly declared to bo
It oucht ni)t to be ilimcult to discov
er the Hawaiian planter said to bo
soliciting Molokans nt Los Angeles.
Immigrants nro not usually enlisted
nn dark nluhU when no one Is around.
And real Hawaiian planters don't
travel In disguise.
Schools" should ndvcrtlse Hawaii
Ccrtnlnly the Territory should keep
them up to such a standard that tc
mention Hawaii schools Is to Infer -f
flclcncy- and excellence, of equipment
Then Hawaii schools will advertls
themselves and Hawaii.
Ttm rnnn,n,lnnnl 1 n VAttt I ITfli Inn fit
railroads and coal and oil monopolies!
will not Inck sensational features f
want ot the material being there. It
In only a question of whether th" lit
-Trstlgators will go at tho tut !.! .
a probe or whitewash brush. J
The State of Washington Is soon io
bring a case before tho Federal Sn
fremo Court that will be follow fu v ,i .
tnuch Interest locally. A young ...
who killed his father was .. v'-'iM,
by the Jury on tho plea of Insanity. Thy
Judge then remanded- the man to tho
custody of the Sheriff. The United
States Court will determine whether
tin should go free.
The life of the land Is tied up in
iiugar-bags, no doubt; but It a liberal
amount of promotion-air" Is not let Jn,
the critter stands a good chance of suf
focating. This season's experience
with tourists ought to convlnco sen
sible men that promotion even a
yacht race pays, and thcro Is no In
terest In tho Territory that does not
derive a benent.
The only signed editorial In the cur
rent Issue of The Friend la that signed
by "D, 8." commending tho Advcrtls
899er. The natural Inference Is that
Doremus was tho only one willing to
father that particular Idea, Bulletin
It anybody ever commended the ilul
lelln In print he would probably sign
the initials D. I Advertiser.
Possible hutnot probable. The re
lntlonshlp to I). B, Is too close.
Business men ot Honolulu, some
more than others, should "read, maik
learn nnd Inwardly digest" the suite
ment of Mrs. Wealherred before the
Promotion Committee that Oregon hai
fallen behind California because It nt-
vetted results to come Immediately
uud wns unwilling to wait. Honolulu
will co forward or drag bemnd acrntti
Int; to the support given Its promo
GANNON BLAMES THE PEOPLE
Uncle Joe Cannon has given his
opinion on what nils things In general
within the United Statra. and when
Uncle Joo Cannon passes his sober
Judgment on nu matter the American
pcoplo look up.
The occasion for tho latest utttor
ance was an assembly nt the Union
League Club of Philadelphia, and the
main topic, the best methods for hand'
ling the raltioads anil kindred or worse
monopolies Cannon passes tho whole
responsiuniiy unci; io ino people; icin
them that they nrc at fault and govern
mcut Is becoming too centralllzcd
Ine leading points of tho address fob
"In my Judgment tho greatest dan
ger to the Republic comes from the cit
izen who refuses or neglects to partici
pate In governing In local, State, and
Nntloual affairs, and seeks protection
from tho Government to which ho does
not contribute according to his ability
"In my Judgment, tho danger now to
us Is not the weakening of tho Federal
Government, but rnthor tho fnlluro of
the forly-flvo sovereign Stntes to exer
cise, respectively, their function, their
Jurisdiction, touching all mnttcra not
granted to the Federal (Jovornmcnt.
This danger does not como from the
desire- of the Federal Government to
grasp power not conferred by the Con
stitution, but rather from tho dcslro of
tho citizens of the respective Slates to
cast upon the Federal Government the
responsibility and duty that thuy
"If the Kedvial Government contin-
,i.a It Mn(i-ilt,ii tin fi-lll nnnn tlt.fl tlint
wo will have u vnst bureaucratic gov
ernment which will nrovo Inefficient If
The Governor of one of the States
has wlihln a few days written to a
Senator in Congress that his State Is
powerless to compel tho railways with
In its borders to extend to Its citizens
facilities by proper connection.
switching, and the furnishing of cars
to enable Us people to havo equal and
fair treatment under simitar conditions
with other cltzens nnd that this con
dition comes from Inability to enforce
law In existence nnd to enact addition
al necessary legislation, nnd In effoct
appealing for relict to the Fedoral Gov
ernment. There Is no adequate remedy for
this condition except by tho people of
that State, clothed with plenary pow
er, through the enforcement of tho law
and the enactment of additional legis
lation. It necessary, to excrctso the
functions ot the government. It I
were asked .what I'd do In this case,
"The gods help those who help
themselves, louro up ngalnst It,
"Tho Federal Government has no
rower to Intervene, except by virtue ot
Its power to regulate commerco among
the States, and tho pcoplo of the Stnto
would not be rcllavcd ns to traffic with.
In the State."
No ono will argue against tho wis
dom of Speaker Cannon's advlco that
tho people should help themselves
mora vigorously, but It docs appear
rather ridiculous for tho Speaker of
tho House of Representatives to bo
prenchlng against tho dangers of cen
trallzatlon. When tho pcoplo ot the
various States wako up, as they are
urged to do, the man who controls the
II0U80 of ReproscntatlvcH will nnd the
loform reaching methods used In tho
high places ot Washington! Cannon
Is right, but he refuses to set nn ex
ample by practice.
. BANK pF AMERICA BROKE.
Chicago. Feb. 15. The Bank of
America, Incorporated last December
with n capital stock or (250 000, was
plarcd In the hands of u receiver to
night by Judge Cliyt raus of tho Super
ior Court, on complaint of John 12.
Kavnnaugh. one of tho stockholders.
Tho bill asking for the rocclvcrshlp
holds former Judge Aimer Smith, pres
ident, nnd three o fillers ot tho bank re
sponsible for tlio Insolvency of the In
STACK ..KDMI1 BROKIK.
Furnished house, Pacific Heights.
Four Bedroom's $75 00
Emma 8L 30 00
Qandall Lane 25 00
Cor, Young and Aloha Lane.,,. 18 00
Cor. King and Aloha Lana1 .... 20 00
Walklkl Beach 40 00
College Hill ).... 40 00
Klnau Street 27 50
Lunalllo 8treet 50 00
Trust Co., Limited.
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8,
' ' T-nPhi i
-W f V Ui
Tho matter of tho Bishop Estato fish
on caso In which the United States
Supreme Court ordered tho Territory
to nay tho costs of tho case In the sura'nm1 rnr nrnlilomn. Its lnlmrlnir odu
Of $116, came up beforo tho Supreme
uourt mis morning luruugu a luuiiuu
by II, I Marx, representing: tne uisnop
j.sinio, mai mu inuuer m mo v" "u
taken up beforo the matter was re-
manded to the Circuit Court. Just ntjnnvJ bccn CXpermriits on 'the sugar
wuai mrni io get ui no uiuiiei "'"'"i
coits seemed to puzzlo the court m
well as the attorneys, but the matter
was finally set for next Monday.
Tho U. 8. Supremo Colurt's order
that tbt plaintiff recover costs against
the Territory by execution, as It Is not
quite plain, In view of the fact that tho
tltlo in tho Territory's property Is
claimed to be vested In the United
Stntes, what property there can be to
"I doubt very much If an execution
would Issue In a caso Uko this," said
the Attorney General today. "How-
Me. tha tie Tei3tor ihoud Mr lho,u"' how"or' aro ,ho '''nJnln "
tlce that the Territory should pay mo . ,,,,... ,..,,, (hov nrn rinso ,tu
cotts ot the opposing side In n ense
where It has lost, and we shall prob
ably pay tho money from the Incidental
fund of tho Attorney General's Depart
ment Wo nrc, however, not nblo to
make the payment now, but will havo
to wait until he havo caught up sulll
clently with our Incidentals to afford
to pay. Of course the legislature did
not Intend that such expenditures
should bo paid from tho Incidentals,
and as the legislature meets early next
ear, It might pass an appropriation
to make this payment. On tho other
hand I think we shall bo nblo to pay
the amount from the Incidental fund
and tho other side will probably hnv
no objection to wnltlng."
KAUAI 80CIAL SET.
Llhuc. Kauai. March E. Mrs. C. A.
Rice gave one of her charming pedro
I artlcs Saturday night In honor of her
guest, Mrs. C. Kltton, Down by the
beach, where tho cool breezes fanned
the cheeks heated by the excltemeut
of tho contest the merry players vleJ
with each other at cards and wit, pass
ing a few hours of pleasure after tb
week s care.
Pedro Is the game of sociability par
preference, nnd In this care "allowed
tho full enjoyment of the company of
the charmers of the fair sex. Tho tour
nament over, the score cards were add
ed and compared aud the champions ol
the evening found to be Miss Mable
Wilcox and Mr, J. M. Spalding, who
were the recipients of a Jar and a lav
ing cup In blue ware respectively. Mt
W. II. Itlce nnd Mrs. J. M. Spaldlnj;
were consoled for being down In luck
with a lei each. Over and after tho
excellent refreshments the guests dlx
cussed the games nnd other Important
issues for another hour or two. A
feature of tho evening wns Mrs. BIS
ton's songs, which she tendered with
usual success and usual willingness
Mr Harold Rico also rendered n cou
ple of vocal solos, The participants
were Mrs, KUton, Mr nnd Mrs A II
Rice. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Rice. Mr and
Mrs. 1) Sloggett, Mr and Mrs. Spnld
ing, Dr nnd Mrs. Wllklusun, Mrs. J A
Palmer. Misses Mable and BIslo Wil
cox, Messrs, N Fori est, S. Mnhelona
Harold Rice, C. Wilcor nud Wllluid.
Tho curiosity of n woman, who ex
amined some (olorcd rock sho noticed
In San Bernnrdluo county recently, re
sulted In tho unearthing of a turquols
mine. It has Just been sold for 124.0U9
to C. W. Baldwin, of Now York.
Fin. Job Prlntlnq at the Bulletin.
MEN'S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS
o WILL BEGIN o
Monday, March 12th,
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
Our new Spring and Summer, 1906,
lino of Mer.'a Shirts arrived by the last
Alameda, so our present stock must be
reduced to make room.
The following lots are all high grade
goods, In first class condition and are
made to fit and o wear:
OUR WINDOW IS FULL OF THEM.
ntf 8TOP AND LOOK THEM
OVER. IT WILL PAY YOU. -(
Lot 1. Men's Negligee
Shirts, sizes 14, 14 1-2,
15 1-2 and 16 $1.25 50
Lot 2. Men's Negligee
Shirts, all sizes, cuffs
attached ordetached.$1.25 fJOd
Lot 3. Men's Negligee
Shirts, all sizes, cuffs
attached or detached.J1.75 S1.25
Lot 4. Men's Negligee
Shirts, Whlto Linen,
pleated front, cuffs
in i i
iiiii mLj-k I Ipi HH
RACE AND LABOR QUESTIONS
Hawaii Is a small Territory, but It
has n largo Interest In labor problems
Ijatlon Is made up chiefly of Orientals,
chlncso and Japanese, and of tho na
tlvo race ut tho I'ortugucso have
modo contributions to it ror many
ucar. . nnj ,inc0 ttl0 Snanlsh war thoro
plantations with Porto Rlcans.
To this lcmarkablo assemblage
thcro will now bo added about-ISO
families of a peculiar Russian seel
called Molokans, A contract has been
signed with these pcoplo, nnd they will
reach tho Islands some time In March.
Tho sect to which they belong wns
first heard ot In the south ot Russia.
It Is without priests, Its meetings aro
held In private houses, and Its creed Is
very far removed from that of tho or
lhodox Russians, Tho miracles of tho
Now Testament ore discarded and so
is the divinity ot unnst. tho script
tho Molokans' faith, they nro closo stu
denta of the Bible, and they believe
that they arc closely related In prln
clplo nnd practice to tho early Chris
tians. But slnco they culttvnto free
dom of thought they havo broken up
into divers subdivisions, as u maiuer
of course they have suffered from per
secution, nnd vet they number, u is
said, several hundred thousands.
A Honolulu paper waxes enthusias
tic over tho contract. It declares that
tho date of Its signing will bo regarded
as a ercat date In the history of tho
Islands. It says that tho elders of tho
Molokans bcllcvo that Hawaii offers
their people what they have sought tor
two centuries, ntnl adds: "if tne expe
rience of the pioneers bears out this
faith then whlto civilization will occu
py this land forever, and a prosperity
will befall It such as no ono over saw
before or could havo anticipated as tho
fruit ot a single Industry."
At the same time tho Portuguese nro
asserting themselves. Their organ at
Illlo says: "Tho settlement ot Hawaii
with citizens, or those eligible to be
como such, Is rapidly beginning to be,
If It Is not now, tho pre-eminent Issue
In this Territory." Tne paper finds a
resemblance between tho great trusts
of tho mainland nnd tho landed Inter
csts of Hawaii, and arguos vchemcntl)
agalUBt a land trust, against tho Orient
als and for small holdings by tho till
era of tho soil.
Kvidcntly tho Hawallans neod nol
go outsldu their own borders to find
subjects for discussion.
Snsnhnra. a Janancse living at Ewa,
will very soon learn that tho law
brooks no delay. A couple of days ago
a writ of habeas corpus was dnwud
by the petition of Sasahara's daugh
ter's adopted father ngulust Basahunj
lommnndlnE him to produeo his daugh
ter In court forthwith. Tho petitioner
showed that he had legally adopted I no
clrl. hut that she was being held by
Sasaham In splto of tho fact that h'0r on the ground that tho mailed de
had long since relinquished ins con -
trol over her,
Yesterday tho writ was served on
Snsalinra by Olllcer Mlkl. Sasahara
accepted service nnd genially ro
marked that ho would como to court
with his daughter when he found the
time to do so. As a conscqucnco Ii, V.
Ureckons, tho petitioner's attorney, to
day had a bench warrant Issued against
Snsahara, made returnable tomorrow
morning, so that that gentleman wilt
now most probably have to find time
to obey the orders of the court.
Chairman Robertson of the Repub
lican Central Committee Is arranging a
special meeting for next Sundny to
take up the mntter of changing pre
cincts for the next election.
It Is now assured that the steamship
Olympl'a, Captain Truobrldgc, will bo
successful In her plans for the train,.
pnrtntlon ot Japanese laborers from
this port to Soittle.
Over six hundred will be taken to
the Coast on the present return trip
nnd the Olympla will come again for
more Japanese, who will be -ready for
Altogether three thousand Japanese
laborers are exrected to find their way
to Seattle by means of the Olympla.
(Continued from Pago 1.)
subscribe to an agreed statement ot
facts woAld necessarily place him In
tho position of compromising his opin
ion already given; besides, agreed
statement of facts are not the most
satisfactory means to the settlement ot
questions of (his nature, as often as
not obtaining decisions determining
only certain points of a general ques
tion. The power ot the Hoard of Supervti
or will In all probability be deter
mined In tbe manner suggested.
i -L Y 1 v
i sit WW! llflil l''h'll"S;.r.jIi-L-!!!L" f-nfflrt i
The mauka-Walklkl corner. In local
parlance, of Hotel nnd Fort streets hat
taken on a wonderfully Improved ap
pcaranco In the last few days and now
boasts a finely finished double decker
storo where nil the wants of man In tho
wearing apparel line can bo satisfied.
For a weak or so tho management of
the Kash clothing stores has been bus
ily engaged In consolidating the two
establishments under Its control. For
merly ono store was located on Hotel '
street, between Bethel nnd Nuuanu,
nnd the other on tho present site. Tho
Hotel street storo is now given up nnd,
tho second story of the Fort street
premises having been acquired, the
present establishment accommodates
tho cntlro business. Upstairs Is the
general clothing department, whllo on
the ground floor atttentlon Is confined
to furnishings, A large entrance Is sit
uated on tho corner and through this
portal one mny step nlmost directly to
the broad stairway lending above, of
walk Into tho furnishing department,
ss he desires.
Special attention has been given the
fixtures and everything1 possible has
b,ocn dono for the accommodation of
Klghlecn of the latest Improved 100
candlpower electrics, handsome In de
sign, have been Installed for Illumina
tion. Largo show windows front on
both Hotel and Fort streets, nnd nmple
opportunity Is given for an artistic
and tempting display of tho latest and
mot desirable things In mnlo attlie.
The Interior ot the establishment Is
PmfIipiI In an elegant manner nnd one
feels It a pleasure to bo ablo to do
btislnoss In so well equipped and at
tuitlvo a placo.
Tbe Kash Company's improvements
aro In harmony with tho spirit of these
Improvement times nnd tho new head
quarters addB materially to the general
BCpcaranco or the uiiBiness uistnctt,
TERRITORY AGAIN VICTOR.
(Continued from Page 1.)
quash or dismiss the writ, mainly on
lha ground that a writ of error does
not lie to an order granting a new
trial, contending that such an order Is
r.ot a final Judgment, hut an Interloc
utory ruling only,
Says tiro Court: An order granting
u new! trial 'Is usually Interlocutory
and not reviewable on error, whatever
may bo the rule on exceptions, until
after the new trial has been had and
final Judgment entered; but It there
was no Jurlsdlc"on to make the order.
It Is final In its nature nnd may 'So
brought up Immediately on error.
Under It. L., Sec, 1805, on a molten
for a new trial, the bond for costs nud
against disposition ot property to
plaintiff's detriment, as well as the mo
tion itseir, should be liieu witnin ten
days nftcr verdict, whether Judgment
has been entered or noL
Tho filing ot such bond wlihln the
time prescribed by tho Btntute may be
waived cither expressly or by implica
tion, but tho mere fact that plaintiff's
counsel did not ralso the objection that
no bond had bem filed on the seventh
day after verdict when defendants'
tounsel Intended to present the motlot
according to notice given by him, hut
Instead sent word to tho court that he
was not ready, nnd desired a postpone
ment, being then otherwise engaged,
would nut coiwtituw u wulver or Mo
vent his raising tho objection on tho
eleventh day nfter verdict, which was
tho day to which the postponouiem
was mado on tho seventh
In vlow of tho foregoing It will he
unnecessary to dccldo whether Judi;
Gear's order for a new trial by cabto or
subsequently by mull, was void upon
tho ground that It wns made In Call-
jfornln nnd outside of his Jurisdiction,
C,on waa maUo ntter the expiration
of his term of ofllec,
Tho motion to quash or dismiss is
i:. C. Peters, Attorney Ucneral, and
V. W. -Mllverton, Deputy Attorney
tlf'.ornl, for tho Territory.
S. II. Derby for defendnnti; Kinney,
McClanahan & Cooper on thu brief.
Mrs. Drusllla Hall Johnson, who died
tecently nt Northampton, Mass., was
bellovcd to bo the oldest true daughter
ot tho Revolution.
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L, B, Kerr & Co.
Wlllcox & Gibbs 'New7 Automatic
THE FAVORITE FAMILY MACHINE.
GARLAND STOVES and RANGES
A CARLOAD JU8T TO HAND. GET THE BEST.
COFFEE and TEA POTS '
NICKEL-PLATED ON PLANISHED COPPER,
WHITE CHINA for Decorating
EDDYS REFRIGERATORS and Ice Chests
THE OLD ORIGINAL DIRECT FROM THE FACTORY. STILL
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
1212 C. PER' POUND
Large consignment direct from the
grower to us came In1 the last Alameda.
Regular Price, 20c. '
2 Lbls. 35 c.
These Prices are
for a short time only
J. M. Levy & Co.,
68 KING ST.,
Tho first batch ,of felons which
High 8herlff Henry Is now busy gath
ering from the prisons on tho other Isl
ands in order to havo the untlro lot ot
them in tho Oaliu prison, arrived this
morning on board the steamer Claud
Ine 'Chora were eight of them, scrv
Ing sentences for various offenses, and
they came from Maul In charge of I'ep
uty High Sheriff Ge.orgo 8en, who had
been sdnt to fetch thorn,. Next Sntur fact that tho yellow metal used by
day a batch of twenty-threo folons will Lorl & Reiser, the contractors build
arrlvo from Hllo In chargo of Albert Ing tho llrewer wharf, as sheathing In
McOurn. Kauat has but ono lonel) the piles, was of an Inferior quality,
felon In Its prison, but ho also Is ex- tho contract having specified merely
puctcd to arrive In the near future. !r!low metal, of which thcro aro many
High Sheriff Henry expected, when Kinds, and the contractors having un
tie mado up his mind to take tbe felons der tho circumstances naturally chos
from the other Islands that there would en the cheapest. Ho was also asked If
Be some kicks from the County ofil- me of the yellow metal sheathing
ccrs, who would thus bo, deprived of used was not already In a bad condl
roa 1 laborers, whom they could employ tlcn.
for'tholr keep only. Ho was not dlsap- Holloway stated that the yellow
pointed, for accompanying the Maul ji.olal had been oxamlncd by chcmlstB
prisoners wob the following letter: and tho analysis had shown It to be
Walluku, March 7, 1900. jvry good. He had, however, had a
W. Henry, High Sheriff, diver exnmlno tho piles, and ho hud
Honolulu. T, II. reported cm tho places whero tho metal
uear air: ucputy aiierin sea in1
farms tho Hoard that ho In hero tor the
purpose of taking to Honolulu all prls
ones who aro charged with a felony, itory did not accept any material bo
After being so Informed, tho Hoard fore It accepted the entire contiuct
unanimously decided to ask you. II
possible, to nllow them to remain here,
and, to show good faith, wo aro willing
to comply with whatever regulations
may be necessary to conform with
your rules, and give you full protca
Hon In the discharge, of your official
duties as High Sheriff.
If a complete separation ot misde
meanor prisoners from tho felons ll
thu cause of this order, wo might sug
gest that tho former bo kept hero and
i the latter In Lahalna prison.
I We ask that you give us your most
.favorable consideration In thjs matter,
resting assured that the Board standi
I ready to conform with your regula
lions, so far as lies in tbelr power.
Chairman of the Uourd ot super
visors. County ot Maul, T.H.
Sea Btates that when he appeared in
Maul to take away the prisoners, the
County officials objocted to this pro
cedure, stating that they preferred to
keep them. Sea answered that he wai
acting under ordcrB and referred thra
I i i i
There were 11,883 fewer deaths In
London In 1905, ending the year with
tho Saturday before Christmas, than
for the average of the last ten years,
'PHONE, MAIN 149
huh cms ii m
Superintendent of I'ubllc Works Hoi.
loway was naked today if It was a
was not In good order. Those, sheets
would be replaced by good ones at thu
expense of tho contractors. Tho Terrl-
work on Its satisfactory completion.
Evening Bulletin 75( per month.
HOUSES TO LET
Bargains in Kaimukl Lots
HOMES FOR SALE
RENT and COMPANY
It Is Cool
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The best of everything-
ALL SORTS OF AMU8EMENT,
ALL KINDS !' RECREATION,
ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME.
Tickets and Information at Oahu
Railway station and Trent & .Co., or.
ring up Halslwa Hotel, King S3.
On Sundays the Halelwa Limited, a
two-hour tr,'n, leaves' at 8:22 a. rn.(
retunwftjj arrive In Honolulu at 10:10'