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With A Gas Water Heater
Honolulu Gas Co.
WEEKLY WEATHER BULLETIN
HONOLULU. T. H., Dec. 10, 1906
Heavy rain prevailed on Nov. 29th In the Kau district of Hawaii'
and on the 30th generally over the Island. Heavy rains also occurred
in inc Koolau and Hamakuapoko districts of Maul on the 30th.
ai stations having a record of ten or more years, the rainfall for the
.... was aoove me average ai an siaiions on Hawaii, excepting sev.
eral In the Kohala district; In the Ewa, Walanae, and southeastern
part of the Koolauooko districts of Oahu. and In the northurti.rn
E portion of the Kona district of Kauai. At the remaining stations on
uanu ana Kauai it was below the average. The excesses ranged from
S 1.29 to -18 00 Inches In the Puna, Hamakua, Hllo, and Kau districts of
Hawaii, the greatest departures occurring In the Kau and Hllo dis
tricts. At the remaining stations in the section the departures did
I not equal one Inch, except. deficiencies of 1.03 Inches at Kohala Mis-
ivm ana i.u9 incues al waimca, nawan.
The rainfall was less than during the preceding week at all stations
on Oahu, and all but three on Maul, one on Kauai and three on Hawaii.
The greatest deficiency was 13 68 Inches at Nahlku, Maul, while dlf.
ferences ranging from 1.01 to 1.83 Inches occurred In the Walluku
I and Hamakualoa districts of the same island; 2.71 to 1.95 inches on
oahu, and -2.33 to 1.60 Inches In portions of the Kohala district of
Hawaii. The greatest Increases over last week's amounts occurred on
Hawaii, where they generally were more than 1.00 Inch, the changes
In the Hllo, Puna, and northern portion of the Kau districts ranging
from 42.85 to 15.70 Inches.
The following table shows the weekly averages of temperature and
rainfall for the principal Islands and for the Group!
F. Hawaii 71.8" 3.81 Inches.
Maul 72.0" 0 62 Inch.
Oahu 73.4" 1.21 Indies.
Kauai 71.4" 1.30 Inches.
Molokal 73.0" 0.14 Inch.
Entire Qroup .... 72.1" 2.32 Inches.
At the local office of the U. 8. Weather Bureau In Honolulu rain
occurred on two days and amounted to .75 Inch, a deficiency of .10
inch for the week, and 4.25 Inches less than during last week. The
maximum temperature was 81, the minimum 65, and the mean 74.4",
1.3" above the norrnal and 2.8' higher than last week. The average
relative humidity was 79.6, and the winds were variable, with an
average hourly velocity of 7.7 miles.
REMARKS BY CORRESPONDENTS.
(Note: The figures following llio nnmo of a station Indicate lliu
dale vvllh which the week's tcpnrl cloned.)
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Puuhue Ranch ((!) Light southerly wIiuIk prevailed. The tntnl rain
fall was .02 hull, 3.22 Inches less than the preceding week's. H. I
Puakea Ranch (K) -The only rainfall occurred on Nov 3H. nnil
amounted In 1 . ID Inches, an execs of .Hfl Inch oer lint preceding
week's. Light southerly winds prevailed A. Mnson.
Kohala Mill (li) -llnlns ocrurieil on I lie first tun days, nnil iiuiount
'i to l. lit; Itu lies-nn excess of flR Inch for the week, and .157 Inch
more limn last week's. The mean tettipcrnture was 72.5". T. Ilnlluni
Kohala Mission (7) Hllghtly warmer, with a menu leinpeiatiiK' of
72, IP. The rainfall niiiountcd to .nl Inch, I.na Inches less than llio
average, and 2.3H less than the preceding week's. Dr. II. II. Ilnnil.
Nlulll (fi) A heavy NV rain occurred on Nov. 311th; thtt total for
the week wns l.to Inches, a deficiency of .17 Inch. Tho mean tem
perature wns 72.7. I-'. C. I'aetow.
Walmea (7) Hllghtly cooler weather obtained, with warm ilajs and
tool nights, ami a mean temperaturo of 71.(1. Thero was no rainfall,
a deficiency of l.iiS Inches for the week, ana I.GOlcss than llio preced
Inc ono's. .lames l.alrd.
Paauhau (fi) Slightly warmer weather olilniiieil, with a menu tent
pernlure of 72.3", and 2.'J3 Inches of lalufall, on Nov. 3i, an exceiis
of I.M Inches for the week, ami .1515 Inch more than last week's. Pa
niihau Sugar Plantation Co.
Paaullo (fi) Slightly wnrtner, el a cool, close, calm week, with
heavy iIcwh. and n high northerly sea running. The mean tempera
luro was 157.2", and the rainfall :i.ox Inches, 1..V) more tliau Ihn pre-i-cdlng
week's. C. It. Hlacow.
Ookala (i!) Tint weather was warmer, and sultry, with I.Kn Inches
of rain on Nov. 30, nml a total rnlnrall of I.Kfi Indies. 2.35 alioe tint
average, nml 3.13 more than the preceding week's. Tho mean tem
perature was 73.8". W. (1. Wnlker.
Laupahoehoe (fi) Stormy weather obtained, with very warm spells,
heavy sens running, 7.00 Inihes of rain on Nov. I!", ami a total of
7.11 liulies, nn excess of t.lfi lor the week, and fi.Tu more Hum last
week's. I-:. V. llarnard.
Honohina (li) Tint total rainfall was .'. s:. Indies. 2.S.'. more than
last week's, and 3.L".l above the average. On Nov. 30. 15.71 tin lies of
inlll oi curred. V. i:Mlot
Pepeekco (fi)- Tile ineiin temperature was 73.fi" On Nov. .'in there
wns ii.7 Inches of rnln, and 7.01 ImheK during Hut week, an excess
of I m inches, nml SM gienler Hum last week'n. Win. II. lingers.
Papalkou (fi) A very heavy rain, iininunllng to ii.lt Indies, oc
curred on Nov. 3D. wltli a total or n.33 Inches for the week, .1. fin
Inches more than Inst week's John T. Slnlr.
Hllo () Slightly warmer, with n mean temperature of 73.2, and
a (otal rainfall of fi.fi2 Inches, an excess of I. Ill for the week nml 2. US
more than the preceding week's. Of this amount, 15.30 Inches occurred
on Nov. .tn. I.lght southerly winds prevailed during tho middle of
the week. I,. (3. I, Milan.
Kapoho (fi) Higher temperatures obtained, with a mean of 73 0".
On Nov. 3, there was 2,23 Indies of rain, and a total for the week
of 2. '.) Inches, t.2!i more Hum Hie average, and 3. fit less Hum last
vveok's. Southeasterly winds pievallcd, except on the Kill. II. J.
Ionian. i ,4M
Pahala (fi) On Nor. Sillli ami .10th, 1.17 and l.fiS Inches or lain,
respectively, occuncd, with a total lor the week of S.H2 Inches, and
excess of 8,00 Indies, mid 5,115 morn than last week's. The mean
temperature was 7J. 2. Hawaiian Agile. Co.
Kau (5) Slightly lower temperatures, with a mean of 117.0", and
very light variable winds prevailed, with heavy tains on Nov. 2!t anil
3D, 3.U0 and 2.7-1 Inihes, respectively, falling, and a total for Hut
week of 5. S3 Indies, ,97 Inch more than Hie preceding one's, K. II.
Kealakekua (fi) The total rainfall was 1. 71 Inches, 1.13 mine Hum
during the picccdlng week. A strong NI-3 wind prealled on Hie night
of Nov. '.".Mil. A light earthquake shock ocetirieil about 3:311 p. in.
on the 30th. Hubert Wallace.
Kealakekua (fi) A light ciirlhiiiuke shock was felt at 3.35 p. in
Nov. 30. Slightly higher temperatures prevailed, with a nieiisi of 72 '.
The rainfall vvaa 1.157 IncheB, an exceso of .91 Inch for tho week, and
1.63 more than the preceding one's, Rev. Kami. II Davis.
ISLAND OF MAUI.
Huelo (fi) Slightly cooler weuther obtained, with l.fl'J Inches nf
rain on Nov. 30th, .W Inches less than last week's. The mean tcin
peraturo wux 113.8".--V, V Poguo. '
Nahlku (ti) -No lain occurred dm lug (he week, except 1.0S Inches
ou Nov. 30th, 13.I5R Inches less than during the preceding week. Tho
lasl four clays were cool ami clear, C. O. Jacobs,
Haiku (fi) Clear, sunny, wurmer weather obtained, with warm days
and cool nights, and n mean temperatiiio of 72. n. The rainfall was
.15 Inch, l.2 Inches less than last week's. Light NI-3 to H winds pre.
vailed, except strong S on tho 5th, I), I), llnldwln.
Pcahl (fi) A heavy rain, amounting to l.ln Inches, attended with 8
winili. oecuried on the night of Nov 30, followed by lino weather. Tho
rainfall was .Mi Inch less than last week's. (1. drove
Klhcl (I) miotic tnuthcrly winds with unllorm teinperaluies, ob
tained, with rain on two dates, amounting to 1 no Inch, 18 morn than
during the preceding week. The menu lempeiatuio vvai, 72 Jainoi,
Puuitrnc (i) Changeable weather, with strong bouthcrly winds, ob
tained, with no rain on lints, l.ttil inches less than during the preceding
week. The mean tempeiaturo was 73. 0. J. N. S. Williams.
Walluku (fi)-Slightly cooler, unsettled weather obtained, with no
tnlnfnll, -a dellcleney of 1 .1)1 Inches us compared with Inst week, u
mean temperaturo of 72 0' and strong S.W winds on llio Itli anil 5th.
Kaanapall (G) Cooler weather obtained, with u mean temporaturo
of 72 I and rain on two dates amounting to .55 Inch, .15 more than
last week's. Wm, Hobb.
ISLAND OF OAHU.
Kahuku (") Cool, cloudy weather obtained, with a mean tenipein
lure of 72.1" nml n total ralnrall of 31 Imh, .50 Inch less Hum Hie
nvciBgo for the week. It. T. Chrlstopherscii,
Maunawlll Ranch (S) Wnrmer. vciv clou ly weather obtained, with
1.85 Inches or rain, n dellcleney of 13 Inch ror the week, nml I.P3
Indies less than last week's. The mean temperature was 72. 0. John
Walmanalo (") Tho total rntnfntl was 2 12 Indies. .17 Inch more
than the nverage. and 2.92 losi than Inst week's. Higher tempern
lures prevailed, with a mean of 7l.fi A. Irvine, i
Ewa (R) Warmer, with strong SW winds and 'heavy rnlns on Hie'
lib and 5th. the lalnfull nmountlifg in 1.21 Inches. .55 Inch mote'
than Hie average, and 2.71 Inches less than last week's. Tint mean
temperature was 73 fi". It, .Muller
Walanae (7) Slightly warmer. et iciol .weather obtained with
fieiiuenl showers, amounting to .98 Inch, an excess for Hie week of
.33 Inch, and 5.13 Inches, less than last week's I. Mejer.
ISLAND OF KAUAI. I
Kilauea 17) Hllgliily cooler cloudy weather, with variable winds,'
obtained, with lliumler on the "III. The rnlnfall was .1!) Inch, a defl' ,
ilency or .53 for the i"k, and .03 less than last week's. The mean
temperature was 0.2". I.. II Ilorcikn i
Llhue ( i ) Slightly wnrmer weather obtained, with frequent light
showers, nmoiinllng to 1 7o Inches, .2!) Inch less than last week's. The
menu temperature wns 71.3".- I" Webei.
McBryde Residence (') Cool NW winds the forepart of week were
followed by wnrm SW. The rnlnrall amounted to 2. 3D Inches. 31 Inch
Dime Hum the preceding week's W I). Mellr)de.
Koloa (7)-Slightly warmer, et cool weatner obtained. Willi 1 US
Im-lici! of rnln(all. a ilefli lency or .215 Inch for the week, nml .58 less
than last week's.- The Kolo.i Sugar Co.
Eleele (7) Cool wcaihcr prevailed, and Ih'To wns 1. 03 Inches of
rainfall. Mellryde Sugar Co.
Makawcli (7) A "Konn" occurred nil tho lib ami 5th. attended Willi
.81 Inch of rnlnrall, an excess or .21 Inch, and .52 less Hum last
week's. It was slightly nioler, with a menu icnipciaturo or 72.5 .
Hawaiian Sugnr Co,
ISLAND OF MOLOKAL
Mapulehu 17) Considerably lower tetiipcratuics obtained, with a
mean or 75.0". and .11 Inch or rnlnrall. .fit Inch less than last week's.
C. C. Couradt.
WM. D. STOCKMAN,
Schuman Carriage Co.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this lint will arrive and leave this port as hsrtundtri
FROM SAN FRANCISCO:
FOR CAN FRANCISCO:
IN Till: CIIICIMT COI'UT OI-' TIIM
Second Clicull, Tenllory nf I In wall.
At Chambers, In I'lohnlc In Hie Mat
ter of the Instate of (1. Kiihnmmul. late
or Wallua, liana, Maul. Deceased. Or
der or Notice or Hearing Petition lor
Administration. On lending ami llllug
the petition or Katnh A. Knlinkuoluna.
sister of deceased, of I'nla. Maul, nl-
in Tin: cmciiT coi'iiT ok Tin:
first fin till. Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers, in I'rohntc In the Matter
of the I inline of Ceorge Tinner Den
ion. Deceased. Older of Notlie of
Hearing l'elltlou for Administration
On reading ami llllug the petition of
Cnstle & Cooke, an llnwnlliiu Corpora
Hon, a cieilitor or Honolulu, Oahu, al
Icglng Ihal (leorge Turner Pent on. of
leclnc that (I. Knhannniil. or Wiillu.-i. ' W'alahm. O.ihu. Tcrrliorv or llnwnl
liana, Mntil, died hilosluto at Wnlltia, ' ' "' aio nis.uu v.iiiiiua u. in .
..ana. Maul, on Ibe Mh day of l-cbru , '" ' , " ' - , ''.";
nry. A. D. ISO... leaving pioperty In ..,, ,..,... ... i, ..dminuteied
the llawall.m Islands necessary to be ,, mill IirHK KH letter., oi ml
administered upon, and pinlng that ministration iss o Thomas II Pel
letters of administration Issue to lid- rle. i Is ordered that MONDAY. Hi"
mund II. Ilnrt. It Is ordered that .Mod- 21th day r IMiHiMlllilt, A. I). l!M)fi
day, the 31st day or December. A. I). 8 o'clock a. in. be ami hep li) Is
Iftofi. at 10 o'clock a. in., be nml hereby nppolnted for hearing said petition In
Is appointed for hearing said pet.Hon ' . oi ..r.. wh.ri, "imo.m. ua'all
tin the court room nf this court ut l, , ,m.m,e, may appear and
nmii, ..lain, ni niii.ii nn.- huh !'' Ihh,w i niise. If niiy lliey linve. why miiii
nil persons couierued may appear and Jiietlihiii should not be grunted and
that nonce or iiiik oruer no iniiiiisiien
In the Kuglish language once a week
SUPPLIES PLANTATIONS, FAMI.
LIES, SHIPPERS AND STORE
KEEPERS Lessons in Jiu Jltsu given at this of
fice ALL AT REASONABLE PRICES.
PHONE WHITE 2576.
RIVER STREET near HOTEL.
....Di:C. 21 JSONO.MA .
....JAN. 2 1
IAN. 23 AI.AMKDA
KKII. 1 SII'KHA .
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I road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New
IVork by any steamship line to all European ports.
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OCEANIC 8. S. CO., OENERAL AGENTS.
Tel. Main 193.
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E. J. LORD,
Lord and Belser,
Cifjjjlr.cj. S-twerr. Grading, Paving,
7e." iiiij, Crushed Rock.
Dtack ami We.itc Sand and Soil
Of)-1, L AND YAT.D
, oOvilH A. KmWAIAHAO BT8.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co
Occidental and Oriental Steamship
Co., and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of the above corrpanles will call
port on or about the dates below mentioned;
at Honolulu and leave thtt
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA:
CHINA . . .
NII'I'ON MAiiU . .,
Call at Manila.
. ,i)i:c. 2i
. .JAN. I
W.W. Wright Co.
have opened a Horseshoe
ing department In connee
tlon with their carriage
shop, etc. Having secur
ed tho services of a first
class shoer they ase pre
pared to do all woro In
trusted to them in a first
class manner. :: :: :: ::
show- muse. If any they have, why
said petition should mil be granted,
and that notice of this order he pub
lished In the English language for
hree successive weeks In the Kvenlng
llullellu, a dully newspaper, printed
ami published In Honolulu. '
Dated at Walluku, Mnul, November
(Sd) A. N. KIII'OIKAI.
Judge of the Cilcult Court of the
Atlesi: iHil.) HD.Ml'ND II IIAI1T.
Clerk o the Citeult Court of the
r.r.rii Nov. 2s: ix-e. r., 12. 111.
in Tin-: circuit comer oi-' Tin:
rirst Clicull, Tertlloiy id Hawaii. In
l'lob.ite; at Cbalubers. In the Mallei
the Cslnle or Mrs, Alice Mackin
tosh, deie.ised. Order nf Notice of
Petition ror Allowance of I'lnnl Ac
coiiiiIh and Dlsch.irge In Ibis Cslnte.
On reading and llllug the petition nml
nccounts or II. M. von Moll, Adminis
trator id the INtnle or MlM. Alice
Mackintosh, wheielu he asks to lie nl
lowed f "li 7f, ami ho charges himself
with $r23;.3.'i, mid asks Hint the sami
may he examined and apptoved, and
that a II mi I order tuny be made or dis
tribution of the pioperty lemnliilng lis
bis bands to the persons thereto en
I It lt-t. and dlschaiglng III id and his
sureties fiiuii nil further responsibility
as such administrator. It s ordered
that Monday, the 11th day or January,
A P. I0u7, al III ii'i lock a. ill. befom
the Judge of said eoiiit at Hie court
tAoiii of the said court lit Honolulu, Isl
ami nf Oahu, bo and Hi" same lieieh)
Is appointed as Hie lime and place for
hearing said petition and ni count...
and (bat all persons Interested may
then and their appear and show
cause. If any they have, why Ihn sanio
Miould not ho granted, and tuny pie 1
lor three successive weeks In the
Evening llullellu newspaper In II0110
Dated at Honolulu. O.ihu, November
(SIR.) J. T. di: IIOI.T
Tlrst .liiilg" of the Clriull Coutt
. of the First Clictilt.
Attest: (9lg) J A. THOMPSON.
Clerk of tho Circuit Court or Ibe
, Tlrst Circuit.
Messrs Castle & Wlthinglnn for po
3.'iir.-Nov. 21. 2s; Dee 5, 12.
would censiat of an assort
ment of line wines and liq
uors. Some of Claret, some
Port, Sherry, White Wines,
Brandy, Scotch, Rye and Bour
bon Whiskeys, Gin, etc. We
will make up any assortment
you want and deliver It at the
tlrre you designate. Fancy
Liquors and Wines too,
Better order now for Christ
mas delivery, as we will be
rushed the last few days.
PHONE MAIN 3f.
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qnlrklr nrUiHtl imr u,iim trr wlir-tlirr mi
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nl IIM-. ill lt nrrMi-f Iir iiriintfitriil.
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tiriii tiAUr , win. tubiirrtt mom
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AMi:ill('A MAIt I' IAN 29
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Direct Service between New York and Hawaiian Islands, Via Pacific
A tiiii'linmHr lllnirtt'l wprkH 1rrt Mr
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LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and Other Desirable Localities.
Benny & Company,
AflU GUYCRS OF
rent evidence as to who aio iiitilbil We buy, sell, rent, ex:hange and repair
to the sahl property. Ami that notice all kinds of sewing maehlrcs. A larue
of this onler, In Hie nngllsb language, assortment of oil, needles and spare
parts always on hand. Machines on
HQMES FOR SALE
ON WILDER and QULICK AVL3.
No Reasonable Offer Refused.
LUKE ROGERS Is back again from
Maul, clipping horses at the old stand,
corner Punchbowl and King Streets.
Prom New York: to Honolulu
!"' to sail DEC.
HAWAIIAN," via Tehuantepec to sail JAN.
i-reignx rece.veo at an tunes at the Company's Wharf, 41st
Street, South Brooklyn.
Prom Sun Rresnutaaco To Honolulu
NEVADAff, direct t0 .,,. nrc.
Frelgnt received at Company's Wharf, Greenwich St
and each month thereafter.
Prom Honolulu to Senttlu jincl 'riufinin
S.S. "NEBRASKAN," direct to sail DEC. 5
Prom Honolulu to Sun Pl'nnclaeo
S.S "NEVADAN", direct to sail DEC. 21
Pro-n Sonttle nnd Tncomn to Honolulu
S.S. "NEBRASKAN," direct to sail DEC. 20
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NUUANU OPPOSITE KUKUI GT.
bo published In the evening llullellu
newspaper printed ami published In
Honolulu, once a week for linen sue
cesslvo weeks, the last puhllcnslou o
be not less Hum two weeks previous
to the t lino therein appointed lor .aid
Dated at Honolulu. Ihii, lit It d.iv ol
(Sgil ) .1 T. pi: HOI.T
I'lrst .luilgn of the Circuit Court
of Hie First Cliciilt
Attest: (Sgil.) I.. P. Hf'OTT
Cleil; or Ibe ('In nil (Nun I of the
355C Dec 0 I? 10 2i
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PHONE MAIN 483.
P. H. Burnetts,
Attornty-at Law and Notary Public
Real Lstate, Loans, Collections,
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses.
Phones: Office Main 310; Res.Wh.1341.
the Bulletin office,
I The Weekly KJltloi, nf tbft KvenltiR
I Bulletin gives a cuuiplote mimtnax) ol
kt nawa of th da; Far K" a yesr
cards on sale at I ;ay Fine Job PrinJng at the Dul
OF ALL KIND8.
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ALLEN . 70BIN80N,
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Steamers of the above line, running In connection with the CANADIAN
"ACHIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, B. C, and Syrnfy, N. S. W.,
anr calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Suva, Fiji, and Brisbane, ar
DUE AT HONOLULU on o'r about the dates brio stated, via.:
From Vancouver and Victoria, B. C. From Sydney and Brlsbant.
(For Brisbane ut,d Sydney) (For Victoria nnd Vancouvnr, n.O.)
MinWKItA HKC IB AORAN'RI 11KC. 12
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KAPUNA, HONOIPU, KAILUA arwj
From Sorenson'a Wharf,
Apply on Board or to
HAWAIIAN RALLASTING CO., AgL
GUN AND LOCKSMITH.
.GENERAL REPAIR SHOP.
Safes Opened, Typewriters, Cash Reg
Inters and Srwlnrj Machines, Lawn
Moweri cleaned, r)uitfl and repaired
REMOVLD 10 UNION BTRLLT.
Kor Walanaa, Walnlua, Kahuku and
Way ritatlons 3 . 1 ij u. in . S 20 p. in.
Tor Pcail City, IJwn Mill and W-ty
Rlatliasa 17 .10 a. in.. ! IB a. m
11.05 a. m. : If) p. in, 3 2d p, in .1 Telphonc Main 306. Mauiukea St., b
S:H. v. ni., J5 .in V ni. lll;00 p. ni Mow King. P. O Box 620.
i-iir vvauinwiv 'y.iu a in. auu -uji-
Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku, Wat
alua and Walartn 'S;3C a. m., 0:31
Arrlro In Honolulu from Ewa Mill
and Pearl City 17:16 a. ra 8:36 a.
in.. lu:JS n. m.. l:40 n m.. "j31 p.
m. 5.31 p. ni.. 7:30 p. in.
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t Kunday Only,
Phone Main 147
I Tho llalelvva Limited, a Iwolmur
I train (only flrst-clin HrkPlH honored), I
leaves Honolulu every Sunday at 8.S2 '
'h hi: returu'nt arrlves I.: Honolulu I
' ut 10 lu p ui Tim U:nltu,l stops culy I
I at Paarl Cltv and vVaiaime
(J. P DCNISON, P C. BMITH
1 Supt. (1 P. & T. .V.
' Fin Job PrlnVng at tht Bulletin.
j Headquarter for Automobltea with a
Splendidly Equipped Fireproof.
VON IIAMMYOUNG COMPANY, Li,4
M. Phillips & Co. 1
Wholesale Importer and Jobbtr
AMERICAN DRY GOOpt. ,'j
FORT and QUEEN BTtV v ,
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