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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER HI, 1014.
sjLC Francis. Maru. Ja - - m . ,cuvs?: - Male Immediate and profitable returns from investment in the STAR-BULLETIN Want Columns. If you hare anything to sell yon can find no better or auickenrav of findlc the buyer than throogh the STAR-BULLETIN Want Ads. THOUSANDS read them. For one- cent a word you can reach the STAR-BULLETIN'S 5,900 and more subscribers and that means MORE than 15,000 READERS. - Surely in that rast number jou will find the one who WAXT8 what you hare or if you want something a little Want Ad will get It. Help Wanted, Situation Wanted, Furnished Cottages, Furnished Houses, Furnished Rooms, Real Estate, or anything For Sale or To Rent LEGAL NOTICE. es3 ccso:';o cs IN THE UXrtED STATES DIS-' The StarBiilleiiii Wait Ads. aid "the Work They suver; . ir lletin. ) ur.V ;' - i . . w mm pa r , ',. r mm POR 0 BE LGIUI .::ces; )TE"0 SU.i AU$1 Sinj l . , ; ; v. , V v ty . - WANTEP Everyone with anything for til to "Play Safe." Conslderine; the fac tors of salts, success la planning an ad Is mors satisfactory than knowing "how It happened" after ward. Star-Bulletia Want , Ads Bring Horns the Bacon"- every time - 1299-tf SITUATION WANTED j White woman wants position as house keeper; is also experi cook; can Aire good references, and requires same. MM. M. M.," Star-Bulletin of fice. 6048-6t Young Hawallan-born Japanese de sires position anywhere; family; ho- . t sir ff Ice or barracks." O. Star llilleUn. :i: ' 6048t HELP WANTED FOR SALE Oont drink Impure water. It's danger ous to health. To be sure the water Is O, IC, let It come through a Rex Filter, which osts only $1.75. Flti any faucet. Buy one at Lewers ft Cooks, Ltd, 177 So. King street 6389-tf The Transo enrelope, tlme-sarlng in-k- rentlon. . No - addressing necessary In sending out bills or receipts. Ho nolulu Star-Bulletin Co Ltd., sols agents , for patentee. tf Indian ' motorcycle; i model. City JPauahL 7-horse-power; Motor Co.. 71 6043-t Two Bull pups, male. 227 Vineyard :st.,' 6048-3t One strong delivery wagon. Write P. O. box 8S0. 1 6038-tf R experienced sales ladies. 5 ", shoe salesmen. 2 Chinese clothing sales v men, 5 Japanese boys, 2 Portuguese . salesmen, at the United Mercantile , ; , Co.,- Fort, near Eeretanla. ; Call at once. ' v'.-v1- . 60l7rt WORK WANTED - By Japanese chauffeur; experienced, rhone 4136, or P O. box 1200. WANTED, TO BUY Second-hand bicycle for small girl. Answer box 125,. this office. . WANTED, BIDS. For plumbing wiring, i stone walk, painting, or bid. on general contract for two bungalows. Apply 53 Queen at. Harvey Reads.' . . 6047-3t LOST Gold bracelet, Christmas night. Return . Art Needle Work Shop; reward. " ; ... y-; . . - 6047-3t v .-, ' t .:. . ; '" i 1 " " - ' -Office cf the Constructing Quarter master, Honolulu, T.' December 30, 1914. Sealed proposals, In triplicate, for the conetructlon of water supply pipe line, reservoir, pump, house and pumping machinery, at Forts Shatter and Kamehameha, ,T. H will be re ceived at this office ' until 11a. m January 14, 1915, and then opened. I n Tormation furnished upon application at this office. Deposit of $25 required for plans. Envelopes containing pro posal should be indorsed "Proposals for Work at Forts Shatter and Kame-l-.araeha, T. H" ana addressed to B. F. Cheatham, Lleut-CoU Q.-M. Corps. Honolulu, TV H.' '-; .:. ,', 6047-Dee. 30. 31. Jan. 1, 2, 13. I STAR-DtnXETIN GITIS TOD - TOIUVS ICCWR TOBAT , Infer-lsland and Oaho , Railroad shlp- ping books at Star-Bulletin office, tf COCOANUT PLANTS FOR SALE. Cocoanut plants for sale; Samoan va riety. Apply JL D. HUls, Lihus, ; Kanat. ''.-?' 6277-tf BY AUTHORITY. 8EALED TENDERS. Sealed tenders will be received by the. Superintendent. -of Publl Works up until 12 noon of Saturday, January 2", 1915, for furnishing materials (ce ment, sand, rock and lumber) for the Oahu Penitentiary, Honolulu. . ; The Superintendent of Public Works reserves the right to reject sny or all tenders. Specifications and blank forms of proposal are on file' in the" office of the -Superintendent of Public Works, Capitol building, Honolulu. -.P : CHARLES R. FORBES, Superintendent ot Public Works. Honolulu December 21, 1914. 04M0t. - VNOTICE. . On account of NwYear's day being a holiday, the Inter-Island Steam Nav igation Co - Ltd.,-; will; not' receive freight... v V' . . The - steamer .W..: O. Hall will sail Friday at 6 p; m., instead of Thurs day. . v , The steamer Claodine will said Thursday at. 5:30. m,- Instead of Friday. ' .. 6048-2t v Virginia" usesmor6 wood foCboxes and vecates thaa. any other; state, fol lowed by New - York, r lHrnois. "Massa chusetts and Califoroia;- in the .'order named .; --.f; v;; v :ViCf.f Ralptt Graeco of N4w.Y6rk escaped from the Lebanon- HospltaI,jsrhere he was prisoned iji 'bath; fop and slip pers and -went to his home; where he wag captured''. V i; - v ; . NATIONAL GUARD BULLETIN r 'better cf officers, list of regular drill nights,' station's,' and current iufor citlca for the KitlossJ Guard of Hawaii Armory, cornet .Hotel tad UiDr t-:x . . - v. r . .. vr- .v.'; i.::..t-- v 1 T' Col. John W. Jones, The Adjutant General. Claries T7. Eerier, Inip.-gen.- (Erevetted Colonel.) MaJ.Artbur.,W.u Neely, Ord. DepL i- Hij. Cttrles'B. Cooper, 8urg.-gexw iv'v..- ,:':'r---JS": (Erev.ttti UeuLColonsl.) v "'V-v'!,,;; ' .XIrJ. Jcin thcrt. Chief Q. M. CapL Henry Tan Glesoa. Q. M. a (Trevcttsi LieatColoneL : ' ... i - , :::7-r--,:-u-U'i- . L:J. Lz.A C. Tctcrs, J. Adv.-cen. - Capt Leo L 8sxtoa, Ued, Dept -Al-s to tie Ccvcrior, CapL J. D.. Dougherty, Infantr. : ! - . - trftPECTOR-INSTRUCTORVoFFIci5- ? . : -, L!:-jL V. C. Whitentr, U 8. A Inspector-Instructor. I a nzai:.:zNTAL held and ctaff officers, utInf. w::::an n niley. v t iiaj.: wmian E. 'Sal, 8rd Bai. Ut Li. John W. Kanaehoto. AdJL - 2nd LL George IL Cumminga, Q. if. LL-Ccl. CapL Geo. B. Cctrsder, AdJL ;. CpL IL P. O'CuIIivan, Q. M. . i Ca;L J. IL Cniara, Insp. S. A. P. :. ' CpL Hcclrili W. Warham, Com's'y.' Hi J. Gustave Rcse, 2nd Bat. . Ii LL rrei W. Huaphrey, Q. U. : llaj. llarle M. Johnson, 1st Bat. - 1st LL Charles P. Fraxier, AdJL 2nd LL Roscoe W. Perkins, Q. U. Chaplain Valentin Franckx (CapL) COMPANIES STATIONED AT, HONOLULU . Cccpaay A 1st Ueuc P. M. Smoot; 2d LieuL J. L. K. Cushlngham. Thurs day, 7:30 p. m. -'.; " . .'v - -. - No drill for Company A on December 30. i'; -r y . ' Ccray B Capt. Paul Super, 2nd UeuL a. J. Lowrey. Wednesday 7:10 fri Cocpacy C Ut LUut L. R. Uedclroa. Friday, 7:30 p ;v - H Cosutry D CapL W. V. Kolb, 1st LieuL F. W. Wtchman '(on leave). Id ' ,- LieuL G. Schaeer. Wednesdsy.'O p. mV C - -..v, ; No evening drills for Company D during balance of month. Ccrs7 DCapL C M. Coster, 1st LieuL John HUo. MonoaJ, 1:t u. aw Ccnpazy F 1st LieuL LL R. UouxhtaCing. 2nd LieuL J. Lemon. Tuesday, 7:30 pv ta. , -v-v'--.- - , : ' ;. Ccptay O CapL a F-Ka-ne, lt UenL I , K. Ka-ne, -2nd LleaL W. N. : Kaina. Monday, 7:30 p. to. -.t -,-,;v. . Company II CapL L. Yr. aldington. 1st LrenL J. C. Lo. I TuAday.7:tQp. m. , . 'No evenlftg drills for Company H during December. Reg lr assembly Tuesday, January 5, and no leaves of absence "' -' will be canted for this date.T -.. Ccpxry K (Attached to Snd Battalicnj-iCapL 3 W. CoolL 1st Iismt W. ' ' Ahla, 2nd LieuL E. K. Chung. Thursday, 7:20 p. n. . STATIONED ON MAUI -v? -.t ---- Ccrrpasy I Wafluku CapL W. F. KsAe, 1st LteutT W. B. ChlUingswortlu , . 2nd LieuL R. K. Wilcox.' . - . "s . -. " -,- . C:;zzT ir-Lsiataa CapL W. F. Young, 1st LlsuL W, K. KsJmaklnL - v STATIONED ON HAWAII. : . f'":' ' - . C -riy I! nilo CapL" J. D. Easton, lit UeuL H. If. UorthiJ lit LieuL J. S. Caccrea. ' - ; u " f'-ICAL OFFICERS with sAnitarV troops, - r u I ' : D. IOILcunis y -.z. ::'L ' CapL R. W. .Egju"';:-; That's the mission of Star-Rulletin WANT ATXS to serve all. To find SITUATIONS for the unemployed. Ta find HELP for those who need it. i To turn VACANT houses, flats, terraees, stores and lofts into RENTED property. To SELL real estate for those who wish to dispose of it. To put the man with a marketable IDEA in touch with CAPITAL. To turn the NO-LONGER-USEFUL-TO-YOU furn ishings of the home, office, store, or factory into MONEY. Td recover the LOST. PROFESSIONAL; CARDS DRESSMAKING." Mrs. U H Rogers; dressmaker and milliner will make hats snd gowns to suiL Out Jof town orders given special attention by sending correct measurements. Phone 3765. 1118 Gulick Ave! --A 6040-lm BARBER SHOP. The Silent Barber Shop, Hotel SL. beL Fort-and Bishop; five first class barbers r laths, etc; strictly modern and first-class. R98S-tf 8EWINQ. LESSONS. Dressmaking cutting and designing. . 4a Beach walk, Walkikl. Phone 2247. - .:6003-lm - " ' MADEIRA EMBROIDERY. Mrs. r Carolina - Feroandes, Union st Madeira embroidery, luncheon sets, baby caps and dresses - Special ot ' lhitial and hemstitching. Reasonable. MILLINERY. K.i'lsosMpirr stylish "mllJinery. Kfng. near Bethel : Phone 2i2 6. 5922-tf ;ttODfSTE4 lilts KeiMs, Johnson; Xf 'TJnlon SL rtenmir rowns, imgerie'dreJsesi - hydraOMc engineer. Jaa. T. Taylor. 611 Stangenwald hldg.. .consulting dm ft hjdrauuc engui r. i '. . J MUSIC LESSONS. .. ;: Prof. Laurie A. DeGraca," 1501 Toung ; sL, Telephono 4179. Rapid lnatruc- Man on TiolioLcello, mandolla, gul tar banjo and "ukulele. v 1 Bergstrom Music Co. aical lnstrumenta. street. 5277 Music and mu 1020-lOn : rort If. ' -BURGEON CHIROPODIST. Corns, corns,' corns all foot troubles. ; Mclnerny's Shoe Store, Fort streeL . Dr. MerriU. 1 ; r - XX .LEGAL' NOTICES. . IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE First Circuit, Territory of HawaiL At Chambers In Probate, V In the matter of the estate of F. B. McStocker, deceased. : ; A document purporting to be the Last Will and "Testament of F. B. Mc Stocker, deceased, having on -the 16th day of December, A; D. 1914, been pre aented to said Probate CourL and a Petition for Probate thereof, praying for the issuance of letters Testamen tary ,to Nancy L.; McStocker having been filed by Nancy L. McStocker.. It' is ordered, that Monday, the 18th day of January, A. D. 1915, at 9 o'clock a. m. of said day, at the courtroom of said court in the Judiciary .building in the City and County, of Honolulu, be and the same is hereby appointed the time and place for , proving said will and hearing said application. By the Court. ' (Seal): J. A. DOMINIS, Clerk, Circuit Court, First CircuiL Dated Honolulu, December 17. 1914. A. L. C Atkinson, attorney for peti tioner. - . V 6038-Dec. 17. 2431;: Jan. 7. rr NOTICE, Dr. Carl Keller. Mn D. has moved his office frotn cottage J to cotage A. Royal Hawaiian Hotel, near Masonic Temple. v . : . 3 FOR RENT Desirable houses In various parts of the city, furnished and unfurnished, at $15, 118, $20, $25, $30, $35, $40 and up to $125 a month. See list in our office. Trent Trust Co, Ltd.. Fort St, between King and Merchant 542-tf Positively the newest, up-to-date, com pletely furnished cottages on the beach; tropical surroundings; good bathing. Cressatr's, 2011 Kalla road. Phone 2868. 6012-lm Four-bedroom furnished house ta Ma noa, ob car line; Apply D. H. Gil more, C Brewer ft Co, Ltd. S9324f Furnlihed- cotugel for. rent i Svxooxnsv C3f Hotel it hear Alapsi. $25 4-bedroom bungalow on Llliha st Oliver O. Lansing. 8Q Merchant st 6041-tf A i . Modern bungalow, 1328 JKapIolanl sL Inquire 1332. ? t: ? 5984-tf OFFICE FOR RENT. J Office, large and centrally located. In ,r Elite bldg. Enquire r Jas. 8telier, Room 7. Elite bldg,. Hotel sL- . -:. - 5959-tf . - : ;'t 4 FURNISHED ROOMS ;? THE NEW ERA HOTEL 1450 FORT STREET ABOVE VINEYARD ST-'t 5749-tf ' ' 1 ' ROOM AND BOARD Excellent x table board by the. meal, . day or week. 8peclal, rates by the month. Apply at the ' Roselawn, 1366 S. King fiL . 5912-tf 1 h 1 . r FURNISHED: BUNGALOW. For couple, at Waikiki; convenient to bathing beach; completely but simp ly furnished; pleasant grounds; $40. Box 124. this office. 6036-tf ADELINA PATTI CIGARS ' ' FITZPATRICK BROS. Fort, below King St CORPORATION NOTICES. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HAWAII AT HONOLULU. Notice of Annll , Meeting. The annual meeting ot share holders of the First National tuk of Hawaii, at Honolulu, will be beldat the office of the . association, corne. of Fort and King streets, Honolulu, Tuesday, January 12, 1915, at 3 p. m for the purpose of-electing directors for the ensuing ye?r, and for the trans action of such othor business as may be brought before said meeting. (Signed) L. T. PECK. Cashier. 6033-Dec. 11. 18. 24. 31. Jan. 4. 11. HONOLULU RAPID TRANSIT AND LAND COMPANY. 9-Ct, The directors of this corporation having declared a dividend of $2.00 (2ri) on the stock of the corporation, the same is due and payable on the 31st day of December, 1914. Stock transfer books will be closed from December 26 to January h both dates iv r , ALFRED L. CASTLE, trict Court for the Territory of Ha waii. Action brought in said District Court and the Petition riled in the office of the Clerk of said District CourL in Honolulu. . The United States of America. Plain tiff, vs. The Board of the Hawaiian Evangelical Association, et al., de fendants. The President of the United States, Greeting: THE BOARD OF THE HAWAIIAN EVANGELICAL ASSOCIATION, a corporation existing tnd doing busi ness under and by virtue of the laws of the Territory of Hawaii; J. K. PII MANU, L. L. JOSEPH. JONAH KAI WAEA, S. K. PUPUHI and H. K. KAALAKEA. as Trustees of the KI PAHULU PROTESTANT CHURCH ; THE KIPAHULU SUGAR COMPANY, a corporation existing and doing busi ness under and by virtue of the laws of the Territory of Hawaii; KAHELE OPIO: SAM. KAMAKAU; MALIA PALAPALA, widow of KANAKAAU KAI. deceased; SAM. PALAPALA; KANAKAAUKAI, KANOHONAHELE. KEALOHA NUI. ANNIE, whose full name is unknown, and MARY KUPI HEA, heirs at law of KANAKAAU KAI. deceased: DAVID BROWN. HENRY SMITH. JANE BLACK and MARTHA OREEN, unknown heirs at law of KANAKAAUKAI, deceased; DAVID KUPIHEA; H. HACKFELD and COMPANY, LIMITED, a corpora tion existing and doing business un der and by virtue of the laws of the Territory of Hawaii; ISAAC P. HAR BOTTLE; MARY K. HARBOTTLE; WILLIAM HARBOTTLE; i DAVID H. HARBOTTLE: JAMES HARBOT TLE ; FREDERIC? KLAMP; AGNES G. KLAMP, wii5 of FREDERICK KLAMP; EMILY TOOMEY; JOSEPH WHITE, WILLIAM DA VIS HEL EN JOHNSON and JULIA ROBERTS, unknown heirs at law of HALUALA NI, deceased; THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII; and JAMES THOMPSON,! JOHN GRAY, HENRY STONE, ELI ZABETH STONE, MARY STILES and MARTHA STILES, unknown owners snd claimants; ; , You are hereby, directed to appear and answer the Petition In an action entitled as above, brought against you in the United States District Court, for the Territory of Hawaii, within twenty days from and after service upon you of a certified copy of Plain tiff's Petition herein, together with a certified, copy of this Summons. . . And you are hereby - notified , thai unless you appear and answer ; as above required, the said Plaintiff win take judgment of condemnation of the( lands described in the Petition herein and for any-other relief demanded in the PetlUon. 1 WITNESS r THE HONORABLE SANFORD B. DOLE and THE HON ORABLE CHARLES FV CLEMONS, Judges of said District Court, this 30th. day of October, in the year of our Lord one-thousand nine hundred and thirteen and of the ' Independence ot the United States the one hundred and thirty-eighth. - v, (Seal) - v.. . (Signed) A. E. MURPHY, ? v . .. j Clerk. (Endorsed.) ' "No. 85. UNITED STATES DIS TRICT COURT,' for the Territory of Hawaii, THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA vs. THE BOARD OF THE HAWAIIAN EVANGELICAL ASSO CIATION, et a!. 'SUMMONS. ROB ERT W. BRECKONS, United SUtes Attorney. THE UNITED STATES OF AMER ICA, Territory of Hawaii, City of Ho nolulu, ss. '-' 1, A. EL MURPHT, CTerk of the Unit ed States District Court for the Terri tory and District of Hawaii; do hereby certify the- foregoing" to be a full, true and correct copy of the original Petition, and Summons in the case of THE UNITED STATES OF AMERI CA - vs. 1 THE i BOARD OF THE HA WAI1AN EVANGELICAL ASSOCIA TION, et aL, as the same remains of record and on file In the office of the Clerk of said CourL IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said District Court this 24th day of September, A. D. 1914. (Seal) A. E. MURPHY, Clerk of United States District Court, Territory of Hawaii. By F. L. DAVIS, Deputy Clerk. 6040-3m ANNOUNCEMENT. Leadhig hat cleaners. Prices mod erate. We sell the latest styles In Panama and Felts. Work called for and delivered. Blaladell Bolldlig, 695-Sm BUT AND SELL. Diamonds, watches and Jewelry bought old sad exchanged. J. Carlo, Fort tt CAFE. Royal. Cafe, everything the best at popular prices;, fine home cooking; prompt service; Beretanla, sr. Fort t, opp. fire station. K, Nakano, Pr. ; Vi1 .;- 5745-tT ' Boston Cafe, coolest place In town. After the show drop in. Open day and nighL Bijoa theater. Hotel SL : .5539-tf ' r--: Columbia Lunch Rooms; quick service and cleanliness cur motto; open day and nigbL Hotfl, opp. Bethel streeL The Eagle," Bethel., bet Hotel and King. A nice place to eat; fine home cooking. Open night and day1. New Orleans Cafe. Substantial meals, moderate, Alakea, cor. Merchant SL 55S9-tf CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.. George Tamada, general contractor. Estimates furnished. No. 203 Uo Caxllsas Building. Telephone 2157. .r- -i2854f ,' - ' Banko Co Nuuanu and VtssysrdTei I15L Contracts buildings, paper hanyiag, cement work, cleans lots. Union Contracting; building,! house painting, painting and concrete. Tel. 1756, 1125 Union sL . 6023-6m T. KobayaiM, general contractor, 2034 B. King. ; Phone 3336. Reasonable. ' - k5327-tf - CARD CASES. NOTICt. At the annual meeting of the Unit ed Chinese Benevolent Society the fol lowing officers were elected for the ensuing year: President Yee Yap, reelected; vice-' president Lau Tong; secretary, Lee Lau, reelected; assistant secretary, Lum Yat Quoin, reelected; treasurer, Ycnng Kwong Tat; assistant treasur er, Lee Chuck. LEE LAU. Secretary. Hondqlu, T. H., Dec. 19, 19i4. ' 6040-12t "J : Business and visiting cards, engraved , or . printed, ; In attractive- Russia leather, cases, patent detachable cards. Star-Bulletin office. 5540-tf CLEANING AND DYEING. Koyal Clothes Cleaning and Dyeing Shop. Call and deliver. Tel. 1149. Okamoto, Beretanla, sr. Alapal SL .... 6695-tf .. DRUMMERS. If yon want good quarters to display ; your samples la HUo, use Osorio's ' store. v. v. .- 6940-ti -. " i EMPLOYMENT OFFICE; Phone 4136 for all kinds of help. Re ; sponsibility and promptness our spe cialty. J..K. waruse, manager. .:, 59S3-tf T." Nakanishi, 34 Beretanla, nr. Nuua nu, for good cooks, yard boys. Phone 4511; residence phone 451L 624f ;...:-:v;-r- i , 'ii STAB.BULLETnr GTTES TOU if; -'v- TODYft WKvfA, TODAY - 1 UVERT t First-class livery tu able rates. Territ: 142 King, it. Pur: 65i: 1 JEWCLI Sun Wo, Gold and : . tertal and work r-i satisfactory mosey 4. 1121 Uaonakea, : ESJitr FAirrrr 8. ShlraM. 1201 Nu;: Pimtlng - and pz; -1 work tuarantesd. I free. -. - i- . 4' ; .-.printk:-. We do not boast of lo:? usually coincide with ; hut we"know how" hustle and go into r r - and that la . what txi; 3 :.IongesL, Honolulu lr . Printing Departaeat Branch OfSce, ile: :: l ; i 8333f -0. SHIRTS AND FA: YAMATOY.L, 1250 Port? knlrts. 11: - ;' - ' 67S2-tf HIRTMAKir- B. Tamatoya. shirts, r ""not 'to" order." Nuuasa, -1 - .TAiLcr.:. Amy "A Navy, Merchizt J to-date ' establish tzt ; repairiax. Ui Klzs, c 5743-tf u UM3RSLLA f!A B," Mlxnta. I Umbrellas, r ' paired. 1234 Fcrt, t?. II. 2745. r :.;M.vuLCA?::zr:. Auto, Motorcycle and I: . :TnlcanlxedV Talsho Vu'. ISO Merchant near - A.: . Telephone 3197. 8. Eiiii, ,. The Board cf Ilealli r 'all householders in II" : Tldnlty who are trs--' , mosquitoes to tel er !: - -Ask for the Mosquito I tell him your troubles. T ter wUl be lsmal&t.: e4 to. . -. WANT A WAR f.!Ar A limited number -of wsr : Europe have : been secure I Star-Bulletin and are offered : rons of this paper at the very r able price , of 15' cents, the c: be accompanied by three cou;c ped from this paper. The cc published In another column, map takes In all of furope and c the reader to follow the actiri. all the European waning f cr c member that the supply is 1!-: NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. The gasoline schooner KOMOKJLA, hi command of Captain George E. Piltx, will leave Pier 6 (Richards street Wharf) for 1'aul and Molokal ports evey TtTEiyffT at 6 p. m. and tor wipawam pe oaha every r UWI 4U.UUU 4193. FRIDYatS f ' nv'" ,;r''' w - ' T.ide -..tvre- ! - ...;.;- -, - ; :,- -r -i ' ' , -