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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H TUESDAY, MARCH U, 1906,
Notice Is hereby given that J. C.
Abreu, Trading as Kallhlwaona Sa
loon Co., has filed an application for a
4tn Class Liquor License, at South
LasL Corner of King and Kamehameha
IV Road, Kallhl, Honolulu, any protoet
against the Issuance of this License
should bo filed In this Office by Satur
day, March 17, 1006.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Treasurer Territory of Hawaii.
Treasurer's Oluce, Honolulu, March
By John R. Muslck,
FOR ALL AMERICAN8
YOUNQ AND OLD.
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young readers while the devotee of
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newer and clearer light on great events
of the world.
Boys and girls will learn more of
American history In these books than
by years or grind at school and at the
same time be delightfully entertained.
HALF MOROCCO g35
8old on payments of $3 per month.
Wm, C.Lyon Go,,!
Cor. Hotel and Fort streets, upstairs.
entrance on Hotel street.
PER 8. 3. ALAMEDA
The 8wellest and Largest Stock of
8ultlngs ever brought t the city.
"THE LATEST GRAYS"
IN PURE WOOLS.
$20 to 30 per Suit
Have First Choice
Geo. A. Martin
OPEN 8ATURDAY8 UNTIL 9 P. M
A Superior Light to all others,
Aceytlene Gas Is superior In quality,
and cheapness radiates lets heat, viti
ates the air less and has no Injurious
effects on the eyes.
For further particulars Inquire at
Also Calcium Carbide of all sizes. In
drums and small cans, for Oeneratora
and Automobile Lamps and all sizes
and grades of Oas Mantles and Qas
Washington Light Co.
C. W. MACFARLANE, Manager.
Telephone Main 145. 143 Merchant St.
General Employment Office, cor.
Emma and Beretanla Sts, Japanese
and Chinese Laborers 8uppllcd. Con
tract Work of Every Kind UndertaK
an. Telephone Blue 2181.
FI8HNET8, TWINE and BRONZE
WIRE CLOTH at
A. FERNANDEZ & SOS,
Nos. 44-60 King St., '..sy Block, bet.
Nuuanu and Smith 8ts.; Tel. aln 189.
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DISPLAY.
that suits everyone's taste Is the one
served by the
OPP. POLICE 8TATION.
FANCY DRY GOODS.
o J UST OPENED
Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Etc., Chinese
and Japanese 8llk Goods, Handker
chiefs, Matting and Camphor-Wood
1005-1009-1013 Nuuanu St. corner
King. P. O. Box 953. Honolulu, H.T.
Fine Job Printing at the But
Notice of Payment of
Waialua Agricultural Co., Ltd,
Notice Is herchv clven that thi Wnl.
alua Agricultural Company, Limited,
has exercised Its right to pay the
whole of Its bondsi Issued and dated
April 1, 1901, amounting to Ooo Mil
lion Dollars (Jl.000.000.00) upon tho
1st day of April, 190G, and that said
bonds will be paid with Interest in
April 1, 1900, upon presentation and
surrender thereof at the ofllco of tho
Company, upon March 31. 190G (said
April 1, 1906 being Sunday); and no
nce is iiirmcr given mat tho said wai
alua Agricultural Company, Limited,
will bo In no wise chargeable with In
terest upon said bonds from and after
aiu first day of April. 1906.
V. A. IlOWEN, Treasurer.
Waialua Agricultural Company, Dm'
Honolulu, T. 1L, February 24, 1906.
3316-to Mar 31
C. BREWER & COMPANY, LTD.
At theAnnual Meeting of Share
holders of C. BREWER & COM
PANY. LTD.. held at the nfflrn nf lh
corporation on February 10, 1906, tho
follow I nc Officers wrrn nlnMoil In
sorve for tho ensuing year:
cnaries M. Cooke President
Geo. H. Robertson
....Vice President &. Manager
E. F. Bishop
Treasurer and Secretary
F. W. Macfarlane Auditor
P. C. Jones )
Clarence H. Cooke, V ..Director
J. R. Gait .. I
Honolulu, T. H February 12, ISO J.
E. F. DISIIOP.
OAHU SUGAR COMRANY, LIMITED.
NOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS.
Pursuant to resolution passed at tho
annual stockholders' meeting of this
Company notice Is hereby given to all
holders of bonds of this Company
numbered from 1 to 7S0 both Inclusive
to present tho same for payment to
the Treasurer of the Company at hta
ofTlco In the Hackfeld Building, In
Honolulu, on the 1st day of April, A. D.
1906; and notice Is also given that no
further Interest will bo paid on bonds
outstanding after said 1st day of April
i'jut. as interest win cease on said
Treasurer Oahu 8ugar Company, Ltd.
Dated, Honolulu, Feb. 23, 1S06.
, The undersigned, ns administrator
with the Will annoxcil. of tho Estate
of M. M, RSTEE, deceased, offers for
sale the private Library of the de
ceased, comprising a valuable collec
tion of I.nv Books and miscellaneous
literature. No bid will be accepted for
thn same, or any part thereof, which
shall be less than tbo'nppralsed value
as per appraisement now on file in the
Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court for
this Circuit. The undersigned resort es
the right to reject any and all bids,
ii nether the sama exceed said appraise
ment or not For further particulars
apply to tho undersigned nt his office In
tho Judiciary Building. Honolulu.
3321-10t J. J. DUNNE.
THC LEMMON-EARLE DIRECTORY
will publish tho 1906-1907 Directory for
tho Hawaiian Islands. It will bo uptn
doto In eery respect.
It, JU. L.UMMON,
GRACE M. EARLE,
I am going to California tills week.
Any orders for llvo stock left at tho
Club Stables will be promptly attend
C. 11. BKLLINA.
3329 tf Manager Club Stables.
Mr. O. Somma. who formerly con
ducted tho barber Hhop at 928 Fort
street hns reopened a now, neat and
clean shop at No. 10 King near Nuu
anu street. 3328-lm
WM. 6. IRWIPU CO., LTD.
Agents for the
loyal Iniurrnce Co. of Liverpool, Eng
Mllsnce Avcuranco Co, of London.
Icottlsh Unun & National In. Co. ot
Fli-e Association of Philadelphia.
alliance Insurance Corporation Ltd
Allhelma of Magdeaurg General tnt
. HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PJPE8 for trrlgctlon
purooses a soeelalty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
IxoeuW t shortest notlea.
For Rent" cards on aate at
the Bulletin office.
Weekly Bulletin SI Pe" year.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers; In Probate. In tho Matter
of tho Estate of Levi Keclllkoa Nnkea.
Deceased, Order of Notice of Hearing
Petition for Administration. On read
Ing and filing the petition of Levi .Na
si Nnkea, uncle of tho deceased, allog
Ing that Levi Keclllkoa Nakea of Ho
nolulu, Oahu, died intestate at said Ho.
nolulu on the 14th day of February,
A. D. 1906, leaving property In tho Ha
waiian Islands necessary to bo admin
Istered upon, and praying that Icttors
of administration Issuo to William
Ahla, It Is ordered that Monday, the 9th
nay or April, a.u. 1306, at 9 o'clock a,
m be and hereby Is appointed for hear
ing said petition In the courtroom of this
court at the Judiciary Building, In said
Honolulu, at which time and placo all
persons concerned may appear and
show cause, if any they have, why said
petition should not bo granted, and
that notice of this order be published
In tho English languago once a week
for three successlre weeks In The Kvo
nlng Bulletin newspaper In Honolulu
Dated at Honolulu, Oahu, March 6
ALEXANDER LIND8AY. JR.,
Second Judge of tho Circuit Court ol
tho First Circuit.
Attest: J. A. THOMPSON,
Clerk of tho Circuit Court of
the First Circuit.'
Antonio Perry, attorney for petition
3324 Mar. 6, 13, 20. 27.
ELECTION OF DIRECTORS AND OF
FICERS. 8UOAR FACTORS COMPANY, LTD.
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders of Sugar Factors Company,
Ltd., held at Its olflca In Honolulu on
Monday, March S, 1906, tho following
Directors ahd Auditor wcro elected to
sono for the ensuing )cnr:
Directors! F. M, Swanzy, C. M.
Cooke, F. A. 8ehaefer, J. P. Cooke,
W. Pfotenhauer, 8. M. Damon, E.
Auditor: W. Pfotenhauer.
At a meeting of tho Board of Direct
ors of this sama Company, held on tho
in mo date, the follow Ing Officers were
elected to serve for the samo period:
F. M. Swsnzy Prsldent
C. M. Cooke
First Vice President
F. A. Schaefer
Second Vice President
E. F. Bishop Treasurer
E. E. Paxton
Secretary and Manager
E. E. PAXTON,
Secretary Sugar Factors Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, March 10, 1906.
TO ARRIVE FRIDAY PER NEBRA3
KAN, FRESH MILCH COW8, DRIV
ING HOR3E8, AND THOROUGH
TELEPHONE MAIN 109.
That all men's palates are pleased
with the fare served by the
Corner HOTEL.and BETHEL STS
HAVE YOUR CLOTHES CLEANED,
PRESSED, REPAIRED AND
DYED BY THE
City Renovating Co.
1153 :: fort :: 'street.
Will call for and deliver same.
TELEPHONE MAIN 196.
FRE8H MU8HROOM 8PAWN
TEL. MAIN S39.
LARGE 8TOCK OF
1120 NUUANU ST,
TELEPHONE WHITE 718-
William T. Paty,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
All classes ot Building Work
promptly and carefully executed
Office 'Phone Blue 1801,
Residence 'Phone Blue 2332.
W. G. LET,
SANITARY PLUMBINQ AND TIN'
WAIKIKI 8IDE 8MITH 8T.
Bet. HOTEL and PAUAHI
Good Workmanship. Work Completed
I'm lilt U for unnatural
I r.u Eii.l.. IrrlLllwu r ulcer.ll.mt
t u tmur.
ratutCH'''P.u1x;;,u , ,---;
LDINCUIJUTlfO iHS.Ut or puiMmou.,
u.b.. mm Hoia lr limes"".
for U orlUIUuilI ft.
L'lrrma ...l co revues.
(Spteial to The llulletln)
Hllo, March 9 Considerable cxclt"-
ment was caused at the post ofllco Wed
nesday evening, where a largo crowd
was waiting for their mall that had
Just arrived on tho Ktnau Two Ha
waiian lads standing on the sea beach
witnessed a strange water phenomena.
They gave a shout that attracted the
crowd, which rushed to the sea edge,
In plain view was a volume of water
about twelve feet high and forty feet
long, standing out distinctly from the
sea and rushing with a tremendous
speed In a southeasterly direction.
The Hawallans say that this water
monstrosity came from a hugo water
spout that arose seventy or eighty feet
In tho air Just before they shouted.
Wednesday evening a strong gala
mat came in gusts swept along tho
court In this district. Outside of the
discomfort of keeping Indoors with
windows nnd doors closed, tho dam
age was small. Early In the evening
whllo this gale was blowing, It was
reported at the police station that a
sum pun with three Japs In It had ocr
turned in the bay. A W. Lucas, tho
launch man, was notified but after a
search of two houra, ho failed to find
any trace ot them. It Is not yet
known at the police station whether
the report was a hoax or not
Recorded Feb. 28, 1906.
Gear. Lansing & Co hy trs ft nl lo
J Allred Magoon; D; tuts 3 nnd 8 hlk
50, lots 3, 4, 9, 10, 11. 12, 14 and 16, hU
EC and lots 1, 2. S, 7, 9. 10. 11 12 and
13. bllt 57, Knlmukl trart. Honolulu,
lfiO(!.G7. -IJ 277, p 439. Dated Dec 22,
J M Dowselt nnd wf lo Alice O Holt:
1), (Irs 3131 nnd 3S73, blilgs, etc. Young
St Honolulu; 2000. II 277, p 410.
Dated nJn 29, 1900.
Alice O Holt nnd hsli W IFto J M
Dowsctt; M: Ors 3154 nnd 3573 Young
St, Honolulu; $1750. D 276, p 441 Da
ted Jan 29, 190C.
Chas 11 Ramsay ct nl by afft of mlgo
to Wm O 8mlth; Fore Affdt. lots I. 2
and 5, hlk II of R P 2570. Kill 5S73, Ka.
pahulu, Honolulu. 1) 276, p 417. Dat
ed Feb 28, 190C.
E O Ferrclra to Charlotte Ferrclra:
AM; mtg O II Kcntwoll on lot 24 and
E half lot 23, hlk 7E of Dairy tract,
Kapahulu, Honolulu; C00. II 27S, p
499. Dated Nov 27. 1905.
Hamakna Ditch Co Ltd to Hnnokaa
8ugar Co; Agrmt; to furnish water
during operation, ditch, contract. Ha
malum, iinwall. 11 ZS4. p 17. Dated
Jan 24, 1906.
Honokaa Sugar Co to Hamakua
Ditch Co Ltd; Agrmt; to, grant for $1,
20 ft II W for ditch, etc, across lands,
Hamakua. Haw-all. 1) 284, p IE. Dat
ed Jan 24,190 6.
Homakun Ditch Co Ltd to Pacific Su
gar Mill; Agrmt; to furnish water dur
ing operation ditch contract, Hamakua,
Hawaii. U 284. p 26. Dated Jan 21.
Pacific Sugar Mill to Hamakua Ditch
Co Ltd; Agrmt; to grant for SI, 20 ft
XI W for ditch, etc. across lands, Hama
kua, Hawaii. D 284, p 26. Dated Jan
John FltZKerald nnd wf to Mrs Amo-
lla Nakapuahl; D: por It P 1950. Kill
8S7, Church St, Hllo; $1500. II 277. p
442. Dated Aug 31, 1903".
Joso O Hcnrlmies and wf tn Ethel
Wallace; D; pors fir SG7, t, pes land,
bldgs, etc, Walpunauln 1 nnd 2, vie,
lilt In 3 Iciirrholds, Kllon 1 nnd 2 etc,
Int In 74 acres land, Walpunuuln 1 &
2; nil South Komi, Hawaii; $2500, II
277. p 443. Dated Fob 24. 1906.
Melnnla (w) to Paulo Kaal (k); D;
Kill 5087. bldgs, etc, Allotnnmi. Knwal-
hau, Knunl; 3130. II 27S. p 251. Dated
Feb E, 1906.
DEATH OFA. ENOS
(Special la Tht DulltllH)
Walltiku, Maul, Mnnh 'J. A. Enos.
au old resident of Walluku, died on
the morning of the Gth Inst, nflcr ,i
lung and llngorlng Illness. He had
been for several weeks prior to his
death, stopping nt the hotna of his
daughter, Mrs. T 11. Lynns, during
which tlmo the entire family nf his
homo wore constantly nt his side. Mr.
Enos was permitted to Iho to seo his
75th birthday, which wag quietly cele
bratcd by the family and friends on
last Saturday, March 3rd, It being his
request to sec- as many of his old
(rlcndi as could bo present, that tht-y
might join with him In celebrating
whnt ho believed wag his last birth
day. The deceased had been for tho past
thlrty-Mo years engaged In business
In Wullukti at one stand, known ns
Enos's corner on Mnln street. During
these long icnrs he had built up u
largo Undo, mnklng many trlends nnd
few enemies, the result ot which la
that he has left n substantial fortune
all nf which will be divided among his
two children and the widow who sur
lvcs him. The funeral took placo in
tho afternoon from tho resldonm ot
Mrs. Lyons, and was one ot the largest
funerals thnt hns been witnessed In
Walluku for ninny yours. Tho remains
were tnken to St Anthony's Church
and the funeral service was conducted
by Rev. Father Maxlam Tho pall bear
ers were Judge A. Ni Kepolkal, Judgo
W A. McKay. W. T. Robinson. A V,
Marclel, Max Elkhart, nnd Frank Cor
rear. In the death of Mr. Enos, Wal
luku hns lost one of Its most respected
Experiments aro being made at Mon
troux. France, with an electric search
light which Is rated at 30.000,000 can
dlepower It Is expected tn thiow its
rays fifty miles.
It Is the shallow brook that always
runa tho fastest.
Bid WATER SPOU
Tho Acting (Joternor has sent tho
following letter to Col Soper;
Mnrch 10, 1906.
Colonel J. 11. Soper, Adjutant General,
National Guard of Hawaii, Hono
lulu. Sir: You will Issue such orders as
may be necessary to reorganize, con
solidate or disband any portion ot the
Vfltlnnnl flliartl nt ltnanll u,M,ti M
. ........... uu...u i .....,.. n...v..
jour Judgment has not or can not corn
ply with the requirements of the United
States Mltltln Law
lou will Isiue such further orilcrj
n may be required to crcnto tho neces
sary departments to care tor all prop
erty now In the possession of the Na
tional Ounrd of Hawaii not actually
necessary to be retained in tho posses
sion of tho First Regiment, calling
elections tor the filling of such offices
ns soon as practicable.
1 have tho honor to be, sir,
Your obedient servant,
(Sgd.) A. L. C. ATKINSON,
Acting Governor ot Hawaii.
There arc two companies which tto
r.ot como up to the minimum number
rcrmltted by the Federal Militia Act.
One of these, together with tho band,
signal and hospital corps, will bo In
spected by Major Van Vllet tonight, af
ter which deflnlto plans ot procceduru
will bo decided on.
Tho following general orders hnvo
Mnrch 10, 1900.
General Orders No. 2.
Compnnles II, C, E, F. nnd 0. tho
Signal Corps and Hospital Corps, 1st
licgimcnt, .N. U. II., stntloned In Hono
lulu, will hold themsches In reudlncss
for inspection, In heavy marching or
der, by tho United States Army In
specting olflccr, on any of tho follow
ing dales to which they may bo as
signed, to-wlt: March 12, March 13,
March 14, Mutch 15, March 16, March
17 and March 19, 1906.
Company D, stntloned nt Hllo, Ha
waii, and Company I, stationed nt Wal
luku, Maul, will hold themselves In
readiness for Inspection In heavy
marching order, nt such times after
March 20, 1906, as may bo designated
by tho Inspecting olflccr.
Companies A and II. 1st Regiment,
N. (1. II., aro hereby ordered to be ills,
banded, nnd all government property
held by said companies must be turned
Into tho proper departments without
delay, with the exception of tho nrnm
nnd equipment ot such men of said
lompnnles ns may be transferred tu
other compnnles of tho 1st Regiment,
v- n ir
Hy command of the Governor.
JNO. II. SOPER,
Colonel, Adjutant General, N. O. II
Honolulu, T. II., March 12, 1906.
General Orders No. 2.
1. Tho companies ot tho 1st Regi
ment, N. 0. H stationed In Honolulu
will assemble for annual Inspection,
under nrms In heavy marching order
at the drill shed at 7:30 p. m. (unless
otherwise specified) on the dates as
Company II. Hospital Corns. Sluual
Corps, Hand, March 13. 1906.
company u, Thursday, March 15,
Company E. Friday, Mnrch 16, 1900,
Company C, Friday, March 16, 1906.
Compnny F. Monday. March 19. 1906.
at 4-30 p. m.
2. Companies stntloned on tho oth
er Islands at such times as may be pre
scribed by tho Inspecting Ofllccr.
Pack containing shelter half with
poles nnd jilng. blanket nnd poncho.
uantcens, tin cups, haversacks con
taining incut enns, knives, forks and
Helta to contain 15 rounds of scr
I. Uniform Serilro.
My order of Colonel Jones,
(Sgd ) JOHN SCIIAEI'FER.
Capl nnd Adjt.. 1st Hegt., N. O. H.
Hilo Is Expectant
Of Grand Jury Report
(Sp'cUll lo The IJutUttn)
Hllo, Hawaii, Mnrch 10. Today at
10 o'clock tho Orand Jury will make
their final report after nn Inquiry Into
different forms of wrong doing since
TliU Jury was especially charged by
Judgo Parsons to Investigate charge
of gambling and of graft among oill
LiaU. Thnt this Investigation lias
been mado is certain, from thu vnrled
clesg of men called befofo them ni
witnesses, Not only hnvo these wit
ncstica been of the different classes ot
society, but thero has been a great
many of them; aR onn mnn states It,
"over half tho population." Whllo
thlx Is exaggerated. It Is trim that too
uimibor hailed lictnra this tribunal Is
an exceptionally largo ono compared
with former luqulMtlons. Thu tlmo
they hnvo consumed and tho number
of Indictments that have gono to tho
secret lllo Is proof that Investigation
hau been a thnrnncli nnn.
Of con ruo.t hern is no deflnlto public
knowledge of what tho report will con-
tnln, but tlmso In tho know declnro
' thai t..o exposure of former high ofll
'dale hero Is certain, These men baso
t their forecast of an exposure, they
claim, on tho samo knowledge that tho
Judgo had In mind when he charged
tho jury This talk of tho oxuosuro of
prominent people Ib causing lively In
terest in tne coming report, as an aro
Interested to know If Hawaii has un
dergone a Blcgo of graft.
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulls
tin and the Weakly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of alt le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75i Pr mqnth. Weekly Bulletin,
81 per y"r.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will srrlie and leave this port as heranilaai
FROM 8AN FRANCISCO: I Fori 8AN FRANCISCO!
VENTURA MAR, 14
ALAMEDA MAR. 23
SIERRA APR. 4
ALAMEDA APR. 13
SONOMA APR. 25
ALAMEDA MAY 4
In connection with the sailing ot tho above steamers, tie ageita ml
nrepared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through ticket, by aai
railroad from Ban Francisco to all points In the United States, ana tnm
New York by any steamship line to all European ports
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G, Irwin & Co,, Ltd
OCEANIC 8. 8. CO., GENERAL AQENT8.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship
Co,, and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamer of the aboyt companies will call at Honolulu arm
Itava this port on or about the dates below mtntlonsd:
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
MANCHURIA MAR. 15'COPTIO MAR. It
HONQKONO MARU MAR. 22,8IUERIA MAR. 23
KOREA MAR. 29 AMERICA MARU MAR. 31
COPTIC APR. 7
"Call t Manila.
fot gsntral Information apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.,
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN S. S. CO
Direct Service between New York and Hawaiian Islands, Via Pacific Gout
Prom Now York to Honolulu
8.8. "MASSACHUSETTS' to sail MAR. 10
8.8. "CALIFORNIAN" to sail APRIL S
Freight received at all times at the Compan) 'a Wharf, 41st Street, South
Prom San Pranclaco To Honolulu Direct.
8.8."NEVADAN" to sail MAR. 22
8.8.-NEBRA6KAN" to sail APRIL 12
Freight received at Company's Wharf. Oreenwlch Street,
and each month thereafter.
From Honolulu to Son Frnnclaco.
8.8. "NEBRA8KAN" ts sail MARCH 11
8.S. "NEVADAN" to sail APRIL 1
Prom Seattle and Tacoma to Honolulu
8.3. "HAWAIIAN" (direct boat) to sail MAR. 18
8.8. "NEBRASKAN" via San Francisco, sail APRIL 6
For further Information apply at
G, P, MORSE, I-i. Hackfeld & Co., Lt
General Freight Agent AGENTS, HONOLULU.
' III 1 I H"
Canadian-Australian Royal Mall
Steamers of the above line, running In connection with tae CANADIA1
PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, D. C, and Sydney, N. & W,
and calling -t Victoria, D. C., Honolulu and Suva, FIJI, and Drlibaae, Ml
DUE AT HONOLULU ott or about
From Vancouver and Victoria, B. C.i
(For Ilrlsbano nnd Sydney)
AORANOI MAR. 10 MIOWERA MAIL 7
MIOWERA , APRIL (MOANA APRIL 4
MOANA ? MAY s'MAHENO MAY U
Tbrongh Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United State aaus
Europe. For Freight and Pasiar and all general Information apply U
Theo. H. Davi i S Co., Ltd. (ieaeral Agents.
Union Express Co., 63 Queen Street.
BRANCH HU8TACE PECK CO, LTD.
Having baggage contracts with the following Stonmshlp Co.'s Line:
Oceania Steamship Co, Pacific Mall Steamship Co.
' Occld' ital &. Oriental Steamship Co.
Wilder 8. 8. Co. Toyo Klsen Katsha Steamship C.
Wo oheck your outgoing baggage at yenr homes, saving yu ta troakl
and annoyance of checking on tho wharf.
Incoming baggago checked on at earners of abovo comp.u.M and aeW
ercd with quickness and dispatch at your homes.
TELEPHON E MAIN 86.
J. F. Morgan, President; C. J. Campbelh Vice Preslasnt; J. L. McLea
Secretary; A. F. Clark, Treasurer; N. E, Gedge. Auditor; Frank Hut,
Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd.
DRAY MEN, 63 QUEEN ST.
DEALERS IN l"l
AL80 WHITE AND BLACK SAND.
Our $65 White
are marvels of beat'tv and du
rability. They stand 5 feet 8
Inches, the four sides are fit
ted with removable tablets
with raised letters. Endorsed
by "The Scientific American"
as moss-proof and strictly
So'e Agent for Islands. Box 184.
The Dike Doctor. I have a big
stock of wheels. Repairing
our specialty. Wheels Rent
ed. Two Btores: 163 Klag St.
Hotel near River.
Fine Job Printing tu The Bnlleth
SIERRA MAR. It
ALAMEDA MAR- 28
ALAMEDA APR. 18
VENTURA APR. 24
ALAMEDA MAY 9
FOR 8AN FRANCISCO.
MONflOLIA APR. 7
CHINA APR. 14
the datos below stated, vis.:
From Sydney and Brisbane.
' (ror Victoria and Vancouver, D. a)
TELEPHONE MAIN BM,
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