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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., FIIIDAY, JAN. 17, 1902
Surgeons, Phyilelani and Dentists.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
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Boston Buiioirta Residence,
Fort Street. White, .Mi.
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1 TO J P M I J TO I P. M.
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SUNDAYS I. tP
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Hoiira, 9 to 4. Telephone Main 320.
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Eye, Ear, Note and Throat Exclusively
REMOVED to new offlco, 1148 Ala
kea Street, opp. Hawaiian Hotel.
Hours, 9 to 12, 3 to 5:30, 7 to 8; Sun
day!, 9 to 11.
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city by courteous drlrcrs.
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Chocolate and Confections.
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Sawing, Planing, Turning and
Mill Work In all Its branches.
Lumber - Kiln - Drying
a specialty, and In large or small
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUOAH MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
nd nrVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.
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PACIFIC ISLAND CURIOS
In the City.
FIvFSH HOME-MADE POI ON TUES
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New Map of Oahu.
i.oiipl'ed from Govemm.rt Purveys in Ch.m,
Maes of Surftr Plantation. Raltwiyg inJ Oth.r
S.M.Mf S.ourr. the map is iSim inches
llhrllslkcolcrlni and n.at mounting, mak
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LOOMS UP IN HOUSE
Hepburn Claims It is All Schema to
Delay Canal Plans in General
Sharp Debate In
Washington, Jnn T The il. bate on
the Nicaragua canal hill In tin Hans,
una opened In ll ol fashion l Hep
hum, (hnlrnmn cit tho Interstate ntul
I'oruigii Commotio Committee which
li ported thu bill l'oi two Iiiiiiih ho
held thu lloor, leplylng to a vulli) of
quiBtlous conurnltiR thu rerrnt uffer.
oi thu I'anamn C'nnnl Coinpnn) to sill
Its ptopuit and frnnililstti to thu
l ultod States tor J4" nuii.ciuo The in
ttrost lu thu debate centeted almost
entirely In this new phnse ot the sub I
Hepburn malutaltied that thu alleged
new offer of the Panama cumpati) was
part of the plan of delay. All his ut
terances along that line weiu liberally
applauded. He pointed out what he
claimed was the suspicious tlrcum
stances that the Panama (umpau)
lu Id out fur $10U win mil) until It wan
dicldcd before the holiday tecess til
Consider the Nlcntngun bill, and then
suddenl dropped the price to $1U,
Morris of Minnesota gave notice that
nt the proper time he would offer nn
amendment to authorize the Presl
dent. If he could procure thu proper!)
and i lights of the Panama Canal Com
pony Tor Jtu.uno.uuu, If comcsslonf
cctlld be procured from Colombia nud
If tho Walker Commission so reconi
mended to purchase and proceed to
complete the Panama tana! The ojb
cr speakers today wero Messrs. !)aid
of Florida, Hlchardson of Alabama,
' Mann of Illinois and Adams of Penn
IN uT. LOUIS IDS
St I.ouls 'Mo J.in T Six masked
men entered the Nntlomil Ftrxk Ynnlj
Dank north of Hint St I.oiiIh III last
night, and after choking and t:.iRt:lni;
the two ulfclit wntihmen and the 111 c
maii jt the bteam plant and IiIowIiik
open the units with d.namlte ficur
ed SluuO In ioIii and nirreno. with
whlih thej decumprd, earl todij,
1'riini T o clock last night until I n m
tliot unto n, ufirl ,ltli,tiit IlIiiit lutm.
i feted with. The entile East St l.ouit
ponce rorce, aiueii n tne st i.ouiii
police uie guarding all the aenues
of escupe, but as )cl hae obtained no
(.lew to the wheicjbouts of the rob
bers, who. It Is believed, escaped on
The two watchmen and the fireman
weie confronted Individually overpow
ered, bound and R.iKRed In the compos
ing room of the D.illj National block
Yards Iteportei and one of the six
desperadoes was left to guard tlif.ni
The other five at about midnight went
to the ll.ink nnil html nnpti tlin itmililn
steel doors of the vault with nltio
gbceilu Net the (juadiuple pla.e'
doors Of the biz Ktppl K.nfi Minn Klint.l
teied The explosions destroyed boo!.
and papers and scatteied about t',00
In coin upon the floor, vvheie It was
left The robbers took all the othei
cuneniy and coin, amounting to about
$',000, us nearlj us the lnnk oilliluls
can estimate as well as $3"0 lift with
the bank bj Assistant Postmaster
Ilushuell of the stock) aids 'I lie five
men left the bank and signalled to the
one who was guaidliiB the captive
watchmen and fireman. 'ihls man
Joined Ills companions
I'lvc minutes after the lobbei guard
left tho composing loom, Estep. who
hud not been bound seeurel), vvoikrd
loose and teleased Cl.uk and Phllpot.
This was about 4 o'clock Estep then
ran to the telephone and i ailed up
Charles T. Jones, general niiinager of
the stockjards, and lnfoimed him of
Tfjo robbers were all masked. Tha
watchmen sa Hint all the bandits up-
ltrHil In 1,n ml.Mln.nnl r.. . u -.
,.,,i . uv (iiiiniiv-uKi i Jinn, none uc
tl.em under 31 jiuis of iij,e The lead-l
er, n man of ibout to, ', a tall ind'
blender. piobabl sl feet two inches,'
.. it. aii . ,.., ... i
will! u millUtt loiupiexiuu hllOlt, luowa
mustaclio and blaik ejes
Piesldeiit C Goidon Kno of ilio
bank said that the lobbcis would huvj
secured about J10 000 moie If tht had
made their haul the night bifoie.
AIU3UCD UY LADIHS.
New Yotk, Jan . Jun Kiihellh. the
ycung viollulst. was mobbed by worn
cu ub he was leaving the IliooMvn
Academy of Music orter the conceit to
day, and before he could leuch his cat
rlugo his clothes were almost torn
away. Women wanted to kiss hlui
and wanted IocIcb of Mb hair After he
reached the carriage be made the
mlstako of waving good b) Then
was a rush for his nitlstle hand and
kisses were showeitd upon It Tailor
mado gowns weiu coveted with mud
fioni the brougham wheels in tin nisli
Pretty mouths weie put up for him
to Kiss, urn! one girl declared she got
ore The driver stood up. "I.adiiB
ladles and gentlemen. I've irot to tuin
the horses, i.ook out' (J.'o wnmiu
of thu lino along tho curb waved hei
pursn nnd said 'You dilvo up this
way." Hut he shook his head and
turned toward Manhattan.
I 'Ooodbj," called the crowd "flood
by, come nguln " "Hon vojnge.
I "You're a dear " To all ot which KuUo
I Ilk replied with bows nnd waving of
, the hand.
The'e are some Simple Remedies In
dispensable In au family. Among
these, Hi cexporlence of enis assuica
us, should bo recorded PAIN-KIIXEIt.
For both Internal nnd external appli
cations wo have found It of gieat vil
ue, especially can we recommend It for
colds, rheumatism, or fresh wounds
ind bruises Christian Eia Avoid sub
stitutes, there Is but one Paln-Klllci,
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WINDSOR CASTLE. WHICH IS BEING FIXED UP FOR KING
EDWARD AS A WINTER PALACE.
Cilliu uld WlniNei uiHtle ki'i-iiih to bine been seleilul l King lMvvnnl ns
In' fuvurlte plme of lenlilenn ilurlnt' the w Intel iniuitliri. 'I ho old pile linn
In en furbished fnini top to bottom lltlnl with cleviiturs, iteitlle llu'hls nml
othtr model ii KiiiM'iileiiiiK nml put In icndluc tor the stout ueiitli mail who
appears to Hike hi kltipdilp m cerloiih the loiimi whlili Pi line Albtrt
oe tuple d and which h'ie Ixeii iniii-cd for fnitv .vents hue been piepnreil
f,ir the Kluir while the bidiooni uiitl boudoli of ijiicui litorla will be oecu
pltd b (Jiiiiii lfmidiu
With Imposing Ceremony
Returns to Forbidden City
Peking. Jan 7 The Impeilnl Court
tnteied the Porblddin City nt 1 JO
o clock this afternoon It was tho
most brilliant scene Peklug ever wit
nessed The procession consisted of
n thousand gorgioiisl) attlied noble
nun mounted upon glutei lug cnpnrl
polled horses. lhe Empeior, the Kill
press Downgei, Prince Chun, tho Em
puss nnd seveul Princesses were
borne in )ellow chairs, their escort
iarilng hundreds ot gny banners and
S-IIU umbrellas. The tioops of (lenernl
iian Shi Knl, Uuvernoi of Po Chi 1.1
pineded the Empeior The foielgn
community assembled ou top of the
The Emperor and Emptess Dovva
get internl the temple b) thu goto
and burned Incense. The Dowuger
Emiiri'KS, upon emctglng trom the
temple, saw the foreigners peering
down and bowed. A double low ot
soldieis, kneeling, lined thu fourmllo
The specinc ulni phases of the return
or tlie court exceeded expectations
The cm lege was a sort of gloillled
Lord .Majoi s show, and wus a hew II
deiliiK baibarie exhibition of Oilental
splendoi Its ihiet stgnllieance was
tlie complete effuiement of the tradl
tiunnl deification of Chinese lojalty
The foreigners weto given greater fa
cilities for witnessing the ceremonial
than would have been affoided them
nt most European comts.
Tho scene nt Chiang gate when tho
Emperor and the Duvvnger Emprcsu
entered tne temple to offer thanks for
their safe Journey was nothing less
than revolutionary when viewed In thu
light of all Chinese custoniB. The
horseshoe wnll forming the nnclenl
gate was crowded with Euiupeans, dip
lomats, ami) ofileers, missionaries, in
dies photographers and correspond
ents When the Emperoi nnd Dovva
get Empiess anlved nt the temple thu
piocesslon halted lind their .Majesties
alighted fiom their chalis. which were
coveted with Impeilnl el low silk and
lined with sables. The Empeior pio
ceeded to the temple of the God ol
Wm, on the west side of the plaza
with hundreds or forelgueis peering
down only foil) feet above him, ami
dozens of cameras weie Ionised upon
the son of heaven When ho leturned
his chair was borne through the gate.
Then the chair of the Dowager Em
ptess wns brought to the doorway of
the Temple of the Ooddess of Meity
on the last side of the plaza, and the
Dowager Empiess appeared Amid a
gieat scuffling of attendants she ptu
ceeded Into the temple ou the aims of
two oiflilnls, followed by n compiii)
of Buddhist piiests benring offeilngs
The spectntois then uennl the boom
ing of the temple bell Attn nu Inter
val of five minutes the Downgei Em
piess i (appeared Standing In thu
iloorwn) of the temple she looked up
ward Dliectly oveihead weie the (ler
man Minister, I)r Alumni Sehwnizen
stein the sniitartcs of the (ieimnu
Legation, the olilieis and ladleH fiom
tho Aiiieilcnn gnulson nnil the eouu
spondints The Dowager Empiess
saw the foielgneis nnd bowed low
Shu advanced n few steps nud bowed
nguln In nekuowledginent ot the snlu
tatlous of too foielgneis. She relum
ed to hei chair, looking upwnid to thu
semicircle of foreign faces and bowing
In the meantime, thu Chluusu sol
dlers, Mnnchu bnunermen nnd minor
ofilcinls, who hnd crowded the plaza,
weru leveiently kneeling. Thu two
niches at the sides ot thu ancient gatu
way framed hundieds of faces of Clil
liese coolies, who, emboldened by the
piesencu of forelgueis, ventmed to
gaze upon their ruleis. This Incident
constituted a most shaip contrast with
the old regime, when iioithet diplomats
noi natives weie putmltted to view
the passage of lojnl personages along
Tlie uxpiesslon of the Downgei Em
pi ess Ki'incd nlmust appealing as bIiu
inced those who had humbled hor ami
hi ought hei down fiom her formei ar
logunce nud this ciiuflimed -ho Im
piebsluu thut she Is letuiulug to Pi
king with nuxlety for hei sulet)
The slice tH fiom the Micnlnpo Htn
lion to tlie gateway of the loibidden
Cltv u distance of toui miles weie
swept nud garnished enrly this mom
Ing The great plaza between the
Temples or lleuven and Agrleulturo
was spilnkled with )cl!ovv sand Res
idents weru compelled to leniaiu lu
doors. Tho suldleis nnd police loini
cd a close cordon along both sides of
this entile distance A shaip wind,
bilnglng sand fiom the Mongolian den
eit. blinded the spectatois Tho spe
cial tialu beating the Empeior and
Empress Dowager, composed of twen-t)-two
cars, was pieccded by a pilot
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Y'Wl IILI Hill
J Jk VLIrtlLO
engine nnd nrnved here shortly after
uuon The engine and tho Emperors
ears had been decorated with yellow
silk dragons by the British railroad
otllelals Two companies of Chlnesu
cavnlr) mounted on white horses and
two companies astrldo horses from
Australia were drawn up nt tho sides
of the station. Two thousand officials.
I'l luces, Viceroys and tnotnls In a
Kaleidoscopic field ot silks and furs, in
which gleamed an oecuslunal )ellovv
Jaiket, were massed upon the ptat
When the Emperor appeared the en
tlie assemblage prostrated themselves
and remained kneeling until Ills MaJ
esty hnd taken his placo In his chair.
At the station the Dowager Empress
summoned Traffic Manager I'olley nnd
Superintendent Moffntt of the railroad,
thu latter having driven the engine
which diuw tho special train, nnd pre
scntcd them to the Emperor, who
llianiieii tnem for their services.
The Imperial cavalcade then moved
off at a swift trot, the Chinese cavalry
lu the lead. Then followed the great
bod) of officials, riding shaggy Mongo
lit;;, ponies, tho Mnnchu banncrmeu,
the umbrella bcarcis, tho spearmen,
Uencral Yuan Shi Knl In his newly be
stowed )ellow Jacket, nnd tho Empcr
or, with whlto bearers canning his
Cliair and a guard of Inlnutrymen
marching on either side. Then cams
tha Empress Dowager, with an equally
conspicuous entourage. Tho latter
uub followed by tho Boxer chief and
Prime Minister, Jung Lu, In a yellow
chair. Tho Dowager Empress, Prince,
Chun and the lesser officials wero
carried In yellow nnd green chnlrs.
While their Majesties passed the
soldiers lining the route of the pro
cession knelt down, holding their
guns at present arms, nnd the bugiers
sounded their Instruments continuous
ly Although the streetB were kept
empt) thousands of Chlnesu crowded
the durations along the line ot
march, a thing never permitted bu
loi e The soldiers of tho American
garrison stationed hero witnessed the
spectacle from tho parade ground op
posite the entrance to thu pnlnce. The
British gnirison, Including Its officers,
were kept in their quarters. This oc-
msloned niuih lamentation. Tho ma
Jorlty of the rorelgu Ministers here, In
cluding the British, American, French
and Russian representatives, absented
tnemselves Horn thu spectacle, but
thu ladles of the legations were enter
tnlued by Chinese officials on balco
nles all nlong tho no of march.
It appears ihat thu EmprcBS Dowa
gel- ordered every courtesy bo extend
ed to tho forelgueis at Peking, and
that the efforts to excludo them fiom
witnessing the passage of the Impe
rial cortege emanated fiom local oiil
JUDGE IDB 18 SICK.
Washington, Jan. 6 Secretary of
War Root has hi en Informed that
Judge Ide ol the Philippine Commis
sion Is 111 Horn an attack of d)sentery
and has gone to Japan to recuperate.
Ho Is tlie second member of tho Com
mission tn succumb to hard work un
der tr)lng climatic conditions. Judge
Tart, Civil Governor of tne Philippines,
is now on his wny homo un tho trans
port Giant for the benefit of his health.
Wore Yellow .InclcetH Awarded.
London, Jan 7. It Is announced In
a special disputch from Peking that
an Imperlul edict has been Issued con
fen Ing yellow Jackets on Yuan Rlil
Kal, Viceroy of Chi II, and on Tsen
Chun Hsuan, Governor of Shnn si, who
piotected tho flight of tho Chinese
court from Peking.
The woild may doom you to pluln
living, but only you can deny )ourbolf
plain thinking Deafness and Cheer
T h e Dr. M Alden fcltctrlc "Belt"
(vv Ith sus- W-j- pensnry Is guaranteed
to possess Vor all the curative proper
ties of tie esnmslve belts now sold by
do tors anj druggists. It gives a very
trong current of electricity anJIsea'lly
regulateJ. HminJ to supercede others. Can
be had from the undersigned only; nn
agents; no discount. (Jruil irfrce. Address
Pierce Electric Co , 200 Post St.. S n
Francisco. Sent free to'Havvull for $5.00
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BILL IS PERFECTED FOR
How Chinese of Island Possessions
Are to be Handled-Scheme ,
For Certificates and
Washington, Jnn The Senator!
and Representatives of tho Pacific
Coast, who have been considering a
lull for Chinese exclusion, hnvo per
lifted n measure which will bo Intro
ditced lu both Houses In a few diva
It Is much mure compiehcnslve than
any hills that have been picsented
heretofore ou this subject, moat of
which simply piovidcd for excluding
Chinese or le-enactlng the Genr) law.
Ihe bill under consideration contnlns
fort) five pages. It docs not limit 1'
self to any term of yearn, as did the
Geary act, but If passed In Its present
form would be perpetual unless re
Thu bill declares that nil Chlnss-i.
other than citizens of tho United
States, or those who aro secured In
coming to nnd residing In tho United
States under the present treaty with.
China, shall be refused admission nod
1 1 turned to the country whenco they
enmc at the expense of the transport!
tlon company bringing them. Trans
portntlon companies bringing Cli!n"ao
to the United States shall detain tham
until their right or admission shall !
ascertained. Penalties are provided
lor not complying with tho provision
of the net, $1000 nnd one ) ear's lm
prlsonment being tho minimum, with
a llnhlllt) to .orfclturo of vessels vn
luting any of tne provisions of tho law
The only Chinese persons perml
ted to enter tho United States undr
the ait nrc those who have be ne
citizens by birth and naturallza'nn
and officials of the Chinese Gov-rn
nicnt, teachers, students, merchants
travelers for pleasure or curiosity, re
turning laboreis, who must have oer
llticates, or domiciled merchants Chi
ne ee comlug as nbovo enumerated
must have certificates with a photo
graph attached. The Secretary of thu
Treasury Is to nsk tho Chinese Govern
nicnt for the list of names of all ofil
clnls other thnn diplomatic and const!
lar ofileers who desire to visit tho
Several sections are devoted to p-
vldlng how- Chlnesu laborers sh-nl h"
registered and provided with cet'ia
iiites when returning to this coun'r.
Certificates for an) Chlnesu Inborn
nro not good after such laborer ha
been absent for two years. DomMleJ
mei chants are compelled to file annu
nil) a full nnd complete report or tU
tiature and character of their buslncsi
In order to better Identify them No
Chinese, except diplomatic or cousu
lai officers, are allowed to enter the
United States at any other ports than
San Francisco, Port Townsend, VAn..
Ington, Portland, Ore., Boston, New
uii, New Oilcans, Honolulu, Sin
Juan nnd Mnulln. or such other port
as the Seeifetniy of the Treasury ma;
mslgnnte. Ports may bu designated
on the Canadian oi Mexican boucdarv
nltir contracts have been made wlta
the Iranspoi ration lines to e-oniptj
with the act.
Provision Is made for the Inspe'tljc
ol Chinese nnd enforcement of th
provisions of the net under the direc
tion of the Commissioner of Immlgra
tlon, also for the deportation or Chi
nise who come to this country. Ap
peal from the Commissioner or hli ot
fleers to tho United States coiirU t,
piovlded for, and tho mothou b
which eases may be brought to the Su
pieme Court Is defined.
Following aie tho provisions tela
tlvc to Chinese in tho Islands:
"That no Chinese persons hla$
lawfully In Hawaii or Porto Rico o'
the Philippines, or any other insular
possession of the United States, shall
by leason thereof he entitled to cuter
oi lemnln In the United States, or an)
or the territory of tho United States
other than that In which he wns In, th-i
first Instance permitted to enter or i
The words "United States" wher
ever used In this act it Is provided
shall be deemed to mean "tho lands
and waters Included in tho Unlt-d
States and Its territories, tho District
of Columbia, Hawaii, Porto Rico, th'i
Philippines and any and all other ter
rltory or possessions now owned or
hereafter acquired by tho United
Provision Is made for the reglUr.i
tlon ot all Chinese now In the United
Stntes, to be completed within M
months nrter tho passago of tho act
Euih registered Chlniso shall have i
ccitlfleate with a photograph attached,
and those without certificates at tlie
end of six mouths shall be deportel
Not so verj long ago Mr. and Mm
Phil Muv were intertalnlng a largn
part of friends distinguished in thu
worlds of literature ait and fushlou
and during the evening theru called
n visitor who made a very diffident
entry. Tne great caricaturist was
standing near the head of tho stairs
talking to I.01 d Mountmorres and
Lady Edith Franklin, when his man
intimated that "Mr. Brown" had call
"Show him In," said Mr. May.
"Ho won't come, sir; lies not In
ev'cnlng dress and he's Btnndlng In th
lobby," replied the servant
Mr. May, who often cannot fix th
Identity ut people ho knows prettv
well, showed no gleam ot recognition
on the mention of "Mr Brown's" nume
but in his usilal kind way ho vent to
the top of the staircase and ushored
In the reluctant visitor, who Nullity en
drnvored to excuse himself. Address
Ing two or three distinguished friendh
who weie standing near. Ml May de
ttrmlned to place the new nrilvnl nt
his ense. and in iho heartiest way
said "Let me Intioduco my old
filend .Mr. in own "
The Introduction had been innd
when Mtb Ma' huirled to her hits
band's side, and nlmost convulsed
with laughter nnd embarrassment
whispered "Vh. Phil that man In
votir tullor lie lias called about you
riding breeches, nnd the bill." Lou
don M. A. P.
Illlklns (suffering from a heavy cold)
I met fort -five different ncqualn
lances this morning, nnd Just fort
four of them told me of some euro for
Wife Didn't the forty-fifth offer anj
nilklns No; ho had a cold himself
New York Weekly,
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Lines of Travel.
ICR093 THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
inly THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York,
'ullsnan Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Emok
tng and Library Cars, 'with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
' H. LOTHROP, Oeneral Agent
115 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
). W. HITCHCOCK, Oeneral Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
I. L. LOMAX, Q. P. & T. A.,
H7I Omaha, Nebraska.
I Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KING STREET UNE.
. Can Itavt Watklkl for town at s as. A ij, 6 .jam
I anl tvtry t5 mlnuta. lhcraafter till to 4$, n!i and
'ii.) CM from Walldkl (ro to tha Punatiou Slablx
Cart leavt R Rang or Pawaa awllch for town at
S sja M anl every i. minute, thereafter till it oSp.vi
Can leave Fort anl Klnz ttreel. corner for Palama
I at 6 to A H. anl every is minute, after till it .j
Cart leave tor Palama orly at j and 5 o A M
Car. leave Pa amafor Ualklkls 4) A M anl every
I M mlncte. till 045PM, then at to is anl 10 45 p.m
The tt iiph from Palama for Punahou only toes
to Walkikl on Sarurlay.
I Car. teste Fort anl KInz street, corner fot Rlfte
Ranze at s to anl ipun
Car. leave Fort anl Klnz.treetacomerforWalklkl
1 atCosA n anl every 1. minute, till 1005P.M then at
10 15 anl 11 tj p M The 11 is P.M eoei to walkikl
BERETANIA STREET AND t'WANU VAILEY
C.r. leave Punahou Stable tor Town at 5 i anl
(or Town anl Valley at 3 40 s so 6 10 V ao 6 40 7 anl
T A M.
. Cars leave Oahu College for town anl Valley at
6 j. 6 .0 anl t to A anl ever) to minute, till to to
PM except the even hour anl half, hour cars which
run irom me Ma&ie
Car s leave Nuuanu Valley at 6 to 6 jo 6 50 A,M anl
ver 10 minute, therealter 1111 10 50 p M
Cars leave Fort and Oueen fctre.t. for Punahou
College at 6 05 6 aj 6 45 A m anl etery 10 minute,
after till q 45 P n After that the cars run to the
1 MaNeupton sop.M.whichlsthelattcar from Town,
I Machine the Stable at 11 ioP.vi
1 Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
j J. G. IIEXRIQUES, PROP.
. Horses and Carriages'
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance Is offered for
! 6EB THE COUNTRY.
1 Carriages meet the S. S. Mauna 1
' .t SvfttlliA unit talfA nilcunppro nvfti-tnn,. I
V) Hookena, where the steamer Is met
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 1893.
STATIONS OAIIY DAIIV
(Oatwarl) ea Sun DAICY ex Sun daily daily
AM AM AM P.M I' M
Honolulu t to 0 1. 1105 ) 15 510
rn Lily so 9 .a 11 40 3 47
Ewa Mill S too is 00 405
Walanae ', to 50 4 45
Walalua 1155 540
Kahuki it ) it
(Inwarl) ex Sun daily daily daily
AM AM PM PM
Kahjku . . 5 11 .... f 4
waiaiua . ... e to .... to
walanae .. ,. 7 to .155
Ewa Ami .... 350 t4) ,01 4 )s
Pearl City ... its S 01 mo 45s
Honolulu 630 f. 5 305 5 so1
V C. SMITH. Qen'l Pass. & Ticket Agr,
O. P DENISON. Superintendent
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Kaliikintii Meat Market
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Beretanla Street, Corner Alakea.
'Phone Blue 2511.
ALSO AT THE
MEAT STALLS 19 AND 29.
SING CHAN CO.
Hardware, Tinware, Glassware
and Carriage Goods. Etc., Etc.
and Sower Connec-
tlona a Specialty.
229 King St., between River St. and
R. R. Depot.
Fine English and American Goois
6; Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
o O Do 091,
TEt WHITE 0
King Street Near Nuuanu.
FIRST-CLASS MEALS SERVED
AT ALL HOURS,
Cheapest Good Meal In Town.
-ilui .aitr.. I -... -. aulv l
Agents, Broken and Jobber.
H. P, BALDWIN Preside,
J. n. CASTLE 1st Vice Preside.
W. M. ALEXANDER.. ..2nd Vice Pre
J, P. COOKD Treasure
W. O. SMITH SecreUrfl
GEO. R. CARTER AtulltM
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial & Suiax Oa.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company,
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company. ,
The California and Oriental S. S. Ct.
W. G. Irwin & 60
Western Sugar Refinery Company M
Baldwin Locomotive Works ot Pklltv.
delphla, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), New York. U. 8. A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical FerUI.
Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade Fertil
izers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering:.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
Parafflne Paint Co.'s P. & B. PalnU ail
Papers; Lucol and Linseed OlIi,
raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), In wklte
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime aal
CASTLE & COOKB
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walamea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Me.
The Standard OU Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance Oe.
The Etna Fire Ins. Co. ot Hartforat,
The Alliance Assurance Co. ot Londom
LIFE and FIRE
Sbw England Mutual Life In
surance CO. OF BObTON.
tna Fire Insurance Compart
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. G. Irwin.. President and Manages
Claus Spreckels Vice President
W. M. Glffard.. Second Vice President
IL M. Wnltney, Jr....Treas. and See.
Geo. J, Ross Auditoi
AGENT8 OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, GAL.
C. BREWER & CO., LTD.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T, H,
A.prentH f or
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookst
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomca Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co.,
Makee Ougar Co., Haleakala Ranch Co.,
The Planters' Lino of San Francisco,
Packet; Chas. Berwer & Co.'s Line ot
LIST OF OFFICERS.
0. M. Cooke, President; Geori
Robertson, Manager; E. F, Bishop
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W., H
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. W
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors
TfiBVonHamm-YouBff Go. Lte
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULU
The Lancashire insurance Co.
The Baloise Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
Pensylvania Fire Insurance
Company, Cll08. T. WIIder,
General Manager ot
THE EQUITAtV 5 LIFE
' AboURANCE SOCIETY
Ot the United States for the Ha
Office, : Merchant St. : Honolula.