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"Vs" T' 'V !B THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1900. Lines ol Oceanic Steamship Company TIME TABLE. The Fine Passenger Steamen of This Line Will At rive at anc Leaye This Fort aa Hereunder. From San Franoisco: For San rriicisco, MARIPOSA Strt.ltlMOANA fc.pt. u AUSTRALIA Sft. AUSTRALIA Oct. t MOANA . Oct 10 ALAMLIM Oct. n AUSTRALIA Oct. 14 I 31CKKA..,. ti VC1. JI AUSTRALIA Nov. ,1 1 In oonneotlon with the tailing o! the above iteameri, the Agenta tie prepared to iaane, to intending passengers, oonpon through tioketa by any railroad from Ban Franoiaro, to all points in the United States, and from Hew nropean porta. For further particulars apply to Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited General Agents Oceanic S. S.'Co. Pacific Mail Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co, Tojo Kisen Kalsha . Btaaaari of taa abort cc-Bt-aoiaa will call at Hoeolulu and laara tbla sort oa or aboal Aa ... ....a,aitaaalowetlcii.dt.. For Japan and China: China Sett. 1) Dotlc Stft.tt Nippon Maru Stpt. to Fof raaaral laforaa-lofl apply to H. Hackfeld & Royal OTS (' ol lh tovt Met, rvBBtBe lo coomcIIco with tbc CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. Nrn Vaacoavtr, B. C, -ni Sjrdaiy. N. S. W.. and (illtcr at Victoria. D. G. Honolulu ail Brlibaa tr DVB AT HONOLULU cc er atoct ibi datit ttiow atattj vlif fROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA, B. C, Fr Rrlafcanti and Svdnavf Wafilmio ...... Mlcweta ,, Aoiangl , ...... Wan I moo .... Oct. tr , Nov. 14 Dec. aVTbrootb tlckata Isiutl Iron Honolulu to Canada, Uoltt4 SUtaa aid Earopo. For Fill (fat ant Paataf aact ail ctotral In Corn;. Hon, apply to Thco, Ho Device & Co., Ltd., Gcn'I Afecnte. American-Hawaiian S. S. Co. Direct Service between NEW YORK, SAN FRANCISCO AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. 8. 8. " AMERICAN " will leave New York for San Francisco and Portland en route to Honolulu about October loth. Chartered 8. 8. "HYADE8" will leave New York for San Francisco on September ist. Freight received at Company's new wharf, 4d Street, South Brooklyn, at all times by lighters r In cars. For general Information, apply to H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD., Agents, Honolululu Wilder Steamshio Co,, Ltd, 6. 6. Klnau, FREEMAN, Matter. MOLOKAI, MAUI, HAWAII. Will sail from Honolulu on Tuesdays at 12 noon, for Knu Btkakal, Lahalna, Maalcea Bay, Klhel, Uakena, Kawalhae, Mahukona, Lau yanoehoe and IIUo. Returning will Ball front llllo on Fridays at 10 a. ra., for r.bove named torts, arriving In Honolulu on Satur day.. Passengers and freight will be taken lor Makcna, Mahukona, Kawalbae, HI lo, Hakalau, Honomu, Papalkou and Pepeekeo. Passengers and PACKAGES" ONLY will be taken for Kaunakakal, Labalna, Maalaea Day, Kthel and Laupahothoe 6. 6. Claudine, McDONALD, Master. MAUI. Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday at t p. m. touching at Labalna, Ka kulul, Nahlku, Hana, Hamoa and Kl ahulu, Maul. Returning, touches at above named ports, arriving In Hono lulu Sunday mornings. Will call at Nuu. Kaupo, once each Month. 6. 6. Lehua, BENNETT, Master. MOLOKAI, MAUI, LANAI. Balls every Monday for Kaunakakal, Eamalo, Maunalel, Knlaupapa, Lahal aa, Honolua, Olowalu. Returning ar rives at Honolulu Saturday mornings. This company reserves the right to make changes In the time of departure and arrival of Its steamers WITHOUT NOTICE, and It will not be responsible for any consequences arising there from. Consignees must be at the landing to receive their freight, This com pany will not hold Itself responsible lor freight after It has been landed. Live stock received only at owner's risk. This company will not be responsible lor money or valuables of passengers nless placed In the care ot the pur ser. Passengers are requested to purchase tickets before embarking. These (ail ing to do so Will be subject to an ad ditional charge ot twenty-five per cent. The company will not be liable for loss of, nor injury to, nor delay In de livery of baggage or personal effects of passengers, or freight of shippers, be yond the amount of 1100, unites the value of the same be declared when re ceived by the Company, and nn extra charge be mado therefor. All employes ot the company are for bidden to receive freight without de livering a shipment receipt therefor in the form prescribed by the Company, and which may be seen by shippers upon application to the pursers ot the Company's steamers. Shippers are notified that if freight Is shipped without such receplt It will be solely at the risk of the shipper. C. L. WIGHT. President. 8. B. ROSE, Secretary. CAPT. T. K. CLARKE. Port Supt, WQMAN'8 EXCHANGE 112 IIOTEI, STBEET KATA. CALABASHES. LEIS. NA-1 TIVE HATS. HULA BKIRTS, NHHAU MATS, FANS, SHELLS, SEEDS, Etc.,, HOMEMADE POI, constantly on hand. ' Telephone 75. , Travel. AUSTRALIA Oct. Jo xork by any steamship line to all Steamship Go. For San Francisco: Rio d Janeiro Spt. 11 Coptic Stpt n Co., Ltd., Agents. FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE For Victoria an. Vancouver (B. C): Mlowtra.. Spt. t6 Aorangl Oct u Ware I moo Nov. it Mlowera Dtc, 19 THREE TRAINS DAiLY From San Francisco. TWO TRAINS DAILY From Portland . . . via 'n&ovfc Leave San Francisco: 8:co A. M., 10.00 A. Al., G.00P M. Leave Portland: 0:1?, A.M., 0:00 P.M. Through without Change. Only THREE DAYS to Chicago. Only FOUR DAYS to New York. : Pullman Palace Sleepers Buffet, Smoking and Library Cars with Btiber Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte) Free Reclining Chairs. Pullman Ordinary Sleepers. J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent, 13s Third street, Portland, Oregon. D. W. HITCHCOCK, Genral Agent, No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco. E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A., 1472 Omaha, Nebraska. 6. R. & L. Co. TIME TABLE. From and After January 1, IR49. TRAIN8. STATIONS. Dally Dally (Ootnarl) aa. Sua. '.ally aa. Sua. Dally Dally A.M. A.M. AM. P.M. P.M. HcDololo y:io a i. 1105 :i :io Ptatl City.... So 94I 11:40 )4 i:so SwaMlll 8.1s lo 08 ta.00 4.0s a.io "aiapa 10. JO ,.., 4.4 .... ya'alua J .... o .... Chuku nit .... i.l .... STATIONS. Dalhr (la wttd I aa Sua. Dally Dally Dally AM. AM. P.M. P.M. aboki ins .... acS Walatia i:it .... i.jo Walaaaa yjia ..,. 1 PaailClty t.ii 8.0 iia 4:1a oaolalQ .w 8. a os ia F. C. Smith, Gen'l Fas. A Ticket Agent. O. V. Dbximn, flaparlntendent. THE HAWAII HERALD. Vol. PUBLISHED IN HlLO. N Is a pretty good paper for Advertisei who use its cs umns GET GOOD RESULTS 1 $2. 50 per an num, preferably in advance. HAWAII SHIMPO SHA The Pioneer Janane: Prlntlnc office, The Publisher of "HAWAII ?HIMPO," ' the only dally Japan paper puHM.e4 111 in iriniuryoi uiwan .... , Y. SOGA. EJItor. C. SHIOZAWA, Proprietor S3T Ed tor a and Prlntlne Office, near King bridge, King treet. P O. Box 007. . . , 7, TZ TT., Flno 3ob Printing nt the Bulletin OBlce. , . ...tljuis Steamship Company SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE Aalltloflal, anJtha latttt Shtpplnr Nlwl, will b founJ on the ttthth past TIDES. 1 x 5 5 r . . a. m ft. p. m. a. m tl IS I 7 II. 4 1.44 ip.m I 4 ta.,8 t.9 a. m. n 5 I 6 f 8 0.4, 6.11 ( .! l I t.jT Til T i.)T ll a fl 8 oj 1 IJ . I J ' p.m 9 J S '.5 1 4,io.oj p.m. 10 4.tS I. 4.J4'0 )0 DAY. p m MonJay Tutsiay .... WtJnisJay . Thuralay.., Fiiiir Saturday.. . SanJay Monday y .. ot 19 I 10 8 40 0 or) a m 9-40 io.jj Full moon on tho 8th at 6:30 p. m. Tides from the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey Tables. Tho tides at Kahulul and llllo occur about an hour earlier than at Honolu lu. Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh, 30m slower than Greenwich time, being that of the mer .Ian ot 1S7 30. The time whistle 1 ws at 1:30 p. m.. which Is the ame aa Greenwich Oh, Om. VESSELS IN PORT. ARMY AND NAVY. U. S. S. Iroquois, Pond, Midway Island, Aug. C. MERCHANTMEN. (This list does not Include coasters.) Albert, Am. bk., Grlfflths, San Fran cisco, Aug. 10. II. Hackfeld & Co. Alice Cooke, Am. schr., l'cnhalldtv, Port Townsend, Aug. 21. Lewcrs b Cooke. Andrew Welch, Am. bk., Drew, San Francisco, Aug. 14. C. Brewer & Co. Big Bonanza, Am. bk. Bergman, New castle, June 3. City of Hankow, Br. sp., Thompson. Newcastle, July 27. W. 0. Irwin & Co. Carncild Llewellyn, Br. sp., Orimth, Hamburg, Germany, Aug. 23. (For Seattle). Hawaiian Fcrtllltor Co. Ditnrcggan, Br. bk., Dixon, Londji, Aug. 9. Haw, Fcrt. Co. Dcchmont, Br. sp., Alston, Newcastle, Aug. 10. Coal to order. Empire, Am. bk., Knacke, Nowcnstl", Aug. 3. Emily F. Whitney, Am. sp Pendleton, San Francisco, Aug. 7. W. G. Irwin & Co. Edward May, Am. bk., Hanson, Sun Francisco, Au 18. Alexander & Baldwin. F. S. Rcilflcld, Am, schr., JorgcnBPii, Port Gamble, Aug. 18. Allen & Rob inson. Florence Am. sp., Ryder, Tncoma, Au gust 29. O. R. & L. Co. Hnlcyon, Am. schr., Chas. Mcllln, Eu reka, May 31. Halewood, Br. bk., Jackson, Newcastle. Castlo & Cooke. Invincible, Am. sp., Mackenzie, New castle, Aug. 21. Coal to order. James II. Bruce, Am. schr., Peterson, Aberdeen, May 26. J. B. Brown, Am. sp Knight, New castle, Aug. 11. Coal to order. Ktlmory, Br. sp., Corrnnce, Liverpool. Aug. 7. H. Hnckfcld & Co., Ltd. Philadelphia, Gcr. 8p., Wuchter, Gies- tcrnuindu, Germany, Aug 4. II. Hackfeld & Co., td. Republic, Br. sp Davics, Newcastle, Aug. 4. Coal to order. Reporter, Am. schr., Datililorf, Grays Harbor, Aug. 18. 0. L. & II. A. Sebastian Bach, Br. bk., Nagasaki, Feb ruary 17. St. Kathcrlnc, Am. bk., Saunders, San Frnnclsco, July 12. C. Brewer & Co. 8. G .Wilder, Am. bkt. Jackson, San Francisco, Aug. 6. F. A. Schaclcr &C0. . Standard, Am. sp., Getchell, Tncoma, Aug. 18. O. R. & L. Co. VESSELS EXPECTED. Vessel. From. Mary WInklcman, Am. bkt. Gray's Harbor Helen Browcr, llnw. u New York Challenger, Am. sp Now York Henry Failing, Am. sp New York A. J. Fuller, Am. sp Nagasaki Hnyden Brown, Am. bk Newcastle John C. Potter, Am. sp Newcastle Eutcrpf. Haw. sp Newcastle Star of Russia, Haw. sp Newcastle Wachusctt, Am. sp Newcastle Emlpde, Am. bk Newcastle Perscvcranco, Br. sp Nowcastlc Aliby Palmer, Am. bk Newcastle, King Cyrus, Am, schr. Newcastle Yoscmlte, Am. sp Newcastle Columbia, Am. schr Newcastle Prlnco Albert, Nor. sp Ncwcibtlo I'rlnco Victor, Nor. sp N.vct.itlo Clan Macpherson, Br. sp... .Newcastle Anccnls, Br. sp Newcastle FantasI, Nor. bk Newcastle Invincible, Am. sp Newcastle Stjorn, Nor. bk Nwrastl3 Wrestler, Am. bkt. Nowcaslle Drumburton, Br. sp Newcastle Fresno, Am. bk Newcastle Alex. McNeil, Am. bk Newcastle Golden Shore, Am. sp Newcastle Dominion, Br. bk Newcastle James Ncsmlth, Am. sp N.nvcastlo Marlon Llghtbody, Br. sp. Nowcnetlc, Kng Quickstep, Am. bk Tncomn Cnrnedd Llewellyn, Br, sp. ..Hamburg Ventura, Br. sp Antweip Yola, Dr. sp London PER S. S. AUSTRALIA. Just landed a full lino of grapes, ap ples, oranges, lemons, celery, cabbage cauliflower, cranberries, burbnnk and red potatoes, dates, salmon, flounders halibut, crabs, Eastern and California oysters (In tin nnd shell,) turkeys chickens, ducks, quail. A .all lino of canned goods. CAMARINOS' REFRI GERATOR Gonsalves, photographer, Bcretauln near Alapat is giving away ono lGxlil) crayon portrait with $5 worth of pho DATE SETJR WI FILIPINO GENERALS ARE CONSTANTLY AT IT Many Plans to Capture Manila That Failed --It Would Have Been General Massacre. Washington, Aug. 26. The War De partment has made public letters found among the papers ot General lllcart, recently arrested by the police near Manila. Among them Is an unsigned lelcet In regard to nn attack on Manila 'in Jan nary, 1000. It states that the r-Mson for not cnrrylng out the proposed at tack was becatme of tho small number of resolute persons stationed at tho gates anil because General Otis liml gone aboard n ship In Manila lia. An other nttnrk was planned, but not car ried out because the "enemy" mado a careful search of the city as n result of disturbances the previous day. The letter advises another attack nntl out lines the following plan: "To recruit In your comman I of South Luzon 3000 menjif daring and steadiness. These will enter the walled city armed with knives. The en'.tnnce of this number of men will bo effected during n period of about three week; It will be very easy to do It, and I thnll undertake to place them In safe placta while the rest are nrrtvlng. and as soon as they all get In I shall give the ne cessary Instructions to direct and ar range for co-operation In the Mow on the said point, the nailed city." After making suggestions as to the raising of funds, the letter continue. "At the same time, with nil due hon or ond respect I Inform you. General, that It Is my strong belief that to re ceive n favorable termination of this present campaign, In which wo suffer defeats continually, not any ore Is of mhch Importance, hut they diminish the desire of we Filipinos to imrsno with the neceiwary nrdor the longed for liberty and Independence of our dear country. There Is no other way of at taining this than by cnrrylng out the blow In the city of Manila, since that piece of land surrounded with high and massive walls once taken, we shall be nble to dominate its suburbs, and as the foreigners live In them we shall no forced to have direct relations with them. "I state nil this, General, for your opinion, so that If ou approve It, I can proceed to make the necessary preparations and nrrauge fairly ilcllnl tely the movements to tnke place In the various places and the proper signal. 1 hope. General, that 011 will approve this plan, which Is one of the proofs or the nnlent patriotism of this, your humble subordinate." The following, apparently nddrts?ed to General Rlcart as rhlef of tho opera tions about Manila and signed by .Ma riana Trias. Lieutenant General, fel lows the above: "In answer to your communication. In which you Inform me of your ilcilre to place yourself at the head (In com mand) of the forces that urn to attnH;. If wo operate against Manila. I must make known to you the great satisfac tion thnt such a desire produces In ie, for Just that was the only detail want ing to complete the work of tho revo lution." Another letter, dated June 17. 1900, to Rlcart. and signed Mariano llarrog't, fixes tho 26th ot June as the date for the attack. Julian Muntalen on June 4th Informs the General ot Division that the "several Juntas will be rea ly when called out." Another document, dated March t, 1900, directs n regiment to shed the last drop of blood If necessary to carry out the program ami threatens death under the military tode to those nlu do not assemble nt the appointed places. IIIRKIN HAH A KAY. Frederick Illrkln, lato mate of tho schooner Enterprise ami tho man who libeled that vessel, called at tho Bulletin olllco this morning and volun teered tho following; "I vvmit to say n few words In reply to nn article In tho Star a few days ago. In this. It wnB stated that our being Union men had a great deal to do with the trouble nboard, Tho Union had ab solutely nothing to do with the thing. "I will say, furthermore, that, wh?n u hundred miles from port, the ship was making from twelve to fourteen Inches of water per hour. Tho pumps were working during tho whole trip. "When n day out from San Francis co, It was discovered that the pump was broken. Wo sounded the pumps nnd found 314 feet of water. I re Uoved the captain's watch and ordeied all hands 011 deck to pump. For sov oral hours wo worked but could get no suck. Tho vessel has been leaking right nlong and Is leaking even now as she lies on the mud flat In tho stream. "Tho captain states that I kn)v nothing about navigation. Neither t'o I. betniiho I had been running on deep water vessels up to the time I signed -11 the Eutei prise. My place was that of second mate but I had lo do a fl'st mate's wtuk because there was no sum tilllccr on the vessel." At a meetliiK of tho Painters' I'ulon last nlKht It vvaB determined that this oiKiinlzntlon stand for the enforcement of the clRht hour day. The majoiltv vveie (or Immediate action. BY AUTHORITY SAI.i: OF LEASES OF GOVKIINMEN r LOTS ON KIXG STREET. I10NO LII.V. OAIIU, OPPOSITE OAI1U RAILWAY DEPOT AND LOT NO. 21, BLOCK "B" H1I.O, HAWAII. On Monday, October 8, 19(i0, at 12 o'clock noon, at tho front entrance of the Capitol (Executive Building) will be sold at Public Auction the leases of tho following Government lots: Lot on King street, Honolulu, Oaliu, opposite Oahu Railway Depot. Terra 30 years. Upset Rental $190 per annum, pay able quarterly In advance. Lot No. 21, Block "11" llllo, Hawaii. Term 30 years. Upset annual Rental, SfOO, payable quarterly In advance. The above leases arc sold upon ths conditions provided for In Sections 2 and 4, of Act 7, of tho laws of 1890, viz: Section 2. Every such lease shall con tain n covenant on the part of the les see that he shall during the first four years of the term ot the lease, caused to bo erected upon the leased property a fireproof building ot brick, Btonu or metal. In a workmanlike manner, sat isfactory to tho Superintendent at not less than a stated cost; and shall keep the same suitably Insured at not less than two-thirds of Its value, for the benefit of tho lessor; and shall keep such building in good repair during the remainder of the term of tho lease, reasonable use ond wear thereof only excepted, and In c.iso of damage or destruction of such build- , Ing by tiro shall make good such loss i or damage by the necessary repairs or reconstruction, or else surrender the 1 Insurance to the lessor. Section 4. Every such lease shall also contain a covenant on tho part of the leasor, that upon tit erequest In writing of the lessee or his representatives, lie fore tho expiration of tho term thereof, the premises, with the Improvements, shall If all the conditions to bo per formed by the lessees have been satl: factorlly performed, bo put tip at uuc tlon for a lease for a term not over twenty jears, unless said premises shall bo required for public uses, of which tho lessee shall recelvo nt least 0110 year's notice. Such miction sale shall be held not more than six months nor less than one month before tho expira tion of said term. The cost of tho buildings to bo erect ed lit accordance with Section 2, as above quoted, nro as follows: On tho King street lot, not less than $3,000. On Lot 21, Block B, llllo, not less than $1,000. The mat6rlal to bo used for tho erec tion of said buildings to bo ot brick or stone. Map of these lots may bo seen at the Public Works' Department, Honolulu, Oahu. J. A. McCANDLESS, Superintendent of Public Works. Public Works' Offlee, Honolulu, Sep tember G. 1900. PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE. On WEDNESDAY, Oct. 10th, looo, at lz o'clock noon, at front entrance of JuJIclary Building will be solJ at Public Auction: l.eae of a piece of Government land situate at Manana-lkl, Ewa, Oahu, con taining about 5.45 acres. Term of Lease: 5 years. Upset Rental: fSs.oo per annum pay able semi-annually In advance. For further Information apply at Public Lands Office, Honolulu. Honolulu, Sept. 5, 1000. J. F. BROWN, Commissioner of Public Lands. 1627-11 The World Register Keeps the Cash while you are busy Try one o Rook Prices On Marble and GraniU MONUMENTS and CEMETERY WORK. . . Fences and Lawn Furniture. Baw'D IroD Fence and Monnmental Ct (Ml KIpv Street. Kauai, Oahu, Maul, Molokal. Lanal. MAPS , Hawaii, etc., fctc. Set of 5 maps, $2.00 GO VKJTS KAVll On sale at office of . . . THE . . . EVENING BULLETIN ASSESSMENT NOT1CB. Stockholders are hereby notified that the Foufth Assessment of 5 per cent or two and one-half dollars per share on the Capital Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELE GRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payable July 1st, at the office of the undersized ti 1 Port street. J.H.FISHER. Actc. Treas. Inter Isl ind Telecraph Co.. Limited. Honolulu, June 1, 1900. 155c Art Bmbroldeny Tnught. Havlne resumeJ my classe-. In AR I' EMBROIDERY, I will revive pup Is everv morning from gnoto lino during vacation. Good Stamping done. MRS. H. H. WILLIAM. 777 Fort St., near Vineyard tComi Plumbers, Etc. John Nott, PLUMBER, . 75 and 79 King Street TELEPHONE NO 31, NOW I) the time to get breakages seen to, and Roof 8 Put in Order By competent works al For the Plumbing On that new bonso that yon art abont to bnild or the allnmHrm. yon aro intending to make oa your property. Call and tee m and get an estimate. JAS. NOTT. ir Practical Tinsmith and Plumber, Shop: Berelanla street, 4 aloorseavat of Punchbowl. Phone 844. Uours 7 a. m. to S p. m. Jobbing promptly attended so. W. H. Barn. H W.lurs. Honolnln Sbeet Metal Woiii Galvanized Iron Skylights and VsatllaUn, Metal Roofing, Conductor Pipe and Guttsr Work. Rlcbarta Stmt. M. Qaaw aa Maictaat. naMa SSrJobalaf aioaatlr attaalad !.- Tel- White 41 . p. o. Box STfl. The Walkikl BOARDING AND LIVERY Stables Riga sont to any part of the City. HACKS -AT -ALL -HOURS Walkikl Road, - - Walkikl. TEL. BLACK 141. lVbenYon Waqt a ig ..RING TJP THE.. C-Ia- U Livery, Boarding and Sales Stables, : : : - S18 FOBT BTREKT. Stable 'Phone, 47"' Hack Stand 'Phones, 319 and Tti. O. H BELLTWA. ROCK FOR BALLAST !! f White ami Blade S.111J 1 In Quantities, to Suit... bAlAYATIM - CONTRACTED For CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE. atv- n.imn r .... t ,.,. ..... Tr ,'u"'i,,v-""5 luruisiied ay tne an on Hour's Notice. H. R HITCHCOCK. Bethel St., next to P. O. A GOOD THINQ Obla, Al0eroba and Pine Firewood Oat tod Split (ready for the Btova), Also, STOVE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH COAL WHITE AND BLACK BAND Lowest Prlcei. delivered to any tart the City. TELEPHONE 414 HDSTACE & CO., l Ooho HtrMt. Pacific Transfer Co, 7 King St., not to Uallty'a Cycltry. Express Wagons, Drays Lumber Wagons and Dump Carts : : : . : Always on Hand. Trunk,, lurnllurt ani Salts Carefully llanlltt. TELEPHONE jS Hack Stand No. 82. Bay I do you know where 1 eu gel a good carrlsieT Sure I At Us Hawa iian Hotel Carriage Co., corner Hotel and Htchards streets. TeL It. NoU Ing but first class carriages sat . osrlcnced drlrers. MAIN 199 Masonic Temple !t.iiiMiiiiH,',,ii Druggists EGE5SLER5 will refund : MAGIC , the money ;I HEADACHE! If they fall J WAFERS ; to cure. itWVAV.W.'.WWft: Iffa. IS mu I, tsMi$L'.&jLj-tijJ;M tvw. XMi.i. jL'&JJtUs&bJSth.-J "a' ah? Mit.' .', WtfV.--!1 ,' U. UrfcV WiV lrA-. ""Mkv. -Ajitf '