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SUNDAY BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T SUNDAY, Al'IUL 13, 1902.
-75- ?-' "v vTr'wlffPwHilWSSwIilBBBR'BiJISffll
Agentt, Brokers and Jobbers.
W, 6. Irwin & Go,
Westcrn Sugar .Refinery Company of
anu r luutjci-ii.
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Phila
delphia, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), Now York, U.S.A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'b Chemical Fertili
Alex. Cross & Sons' hlgh-grado Ferti
lizers for Cano and Coffee.
need's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
Paramne Paint Co.'s P.& II. Paints and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled.
indurlne (a cold-water paint), In white
Filter Presi Clothes, Cement, Lime and
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd
:: Sugar Factors
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Waimca Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo.
The Standard Oil Co.
The Ceo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance Co.
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN.Ltd
. istlc First Vice President
W Ucxandcr.. Second VIco Pros.
j 'ioke Treasurer
W o Smith Secretary
'Jut Carter Auditor
SagL, Factors and
' - S for Hawaiian Commercial &
! 'o., Hulku Sugar Co., Pala Plan-
. Co., Nahlku Sugar Co., Klbel
' . Ion Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
K. 1 Railroad Co., and
Tr : California and Oriental S, S, Co
Wm, G. Irwin & Co
Wm. O. Irwin. .President and Manager
Claus Spreckels VIco President
W. M. Glffard.. Second VIco President
II. M. Whitney Jr.....Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T,
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomca Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co,.
Makeo Sugar Co.,HaIeakaIa Ranch Co.,
The Planters Lino of San Francisco
Packets, Chas. Brewer & Co.'s Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C. M. Cooke, President: George
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop.
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Wa
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors,
LIFE and FIRE
Insurance - Agents
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
SURANCE CO. OF B03TON.
AETNA FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY OF HARTFORD.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG GO,,
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
General Manager ot
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of tho United States for the
OFFICE, Merchant Street, Honolulu.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importer! and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods
, Fort and Queen 8ts.
Settlement of tllC Claim of R
Kcclikolant As Heir of
Washington, 1). C. March IS. Un
der date of September 13, 1SS0, Ruth '
,,,,,,, , . ..... i ,.. i
Kee Ikolanl. ns lielr of Kameliampha
v, icleaseil ami quitclaimed 10 uiaus
Sprrtkels for consideration of $10,000,
all her title and interest In ''the Innds
rescned by Kamchamcha HI as his
own private property," commonly call
eil and known as the "Crown lands.
(Recorded In book 04, page 342 In rcg
Ily net of Hawaiian Legislature ap
proved July 21. 1882, for tho satisfac
tion of the claim of Clans Spreckels
to an undivided moiety of tho Crown
lauds by virtue of n coiivojnnce from
Ruth Keellkolanl. the commissioners
of Crown lands were authorized to,
make proper deeds, and the Minister i
as Crown Innds, more particularly tho
lauds conveyed to grantor by Ruth
Kecllkolaiil September 13. 1580. (Re
corded in book TC, page 198, in Regis
try of Deeds.)
"August" 11." 188271110 commissioners
ot Crown lands grant nnd convey to
ClniiB Spreckels the Ahupuaa of Wal
luku, Maul, the Bis thereunto belong
ing In nccoidance with act of Legisla
ture approved July 21, 1882. (Record
ed In Book 73. page 282, Registry Of
fice.) September 30, 1882. patent giant
3313, Issued by Minister of Interior to
Claus Spreckels for tho Ahupuaa ot
Wallukit and the Ills thereto belong
lng, contnlnlng 24,000 acres more, or
At this point Mr. Boyd produced n
map of the Inland of Hawaii.
The Chairman. This is a map of the
of Interior to Issue nnd deliver a royal ply show what were foimcrly govern
patent to said Claus Spreckels for tho ment lands nnd what were crown
Ahiipuan of Walluku. Maul, and flic Ills lands.
therein or thereunto belonging, con-! Tho Chnliman. Just explain, then,
tnlnlug nbout 24.000 ocres. In order that we get It In tho record,
Befoie the execution of such deeds what you mean when you speak of
and assurances said Claus Spreckels "government lands ' and "crown lands"
to lellnqiiiHli nnd quitclaim nil Ills under tho monarchy?
right and Interest In residue of Crown Mr. Boyd. The government lands
lands. were, of course, those from which rev-
August II. 1S82. Clous Spreil.els and enue was derived, which wenflnto the
wife teleased and quitclaimed to tho i public treasury. The crown lands, on
commissioners of Crown Innds umil-'tho other hand, were for the malntc
vlded moiety or Interest claimed by nance of tho sovcielgn.
hm in, to, or tut of t':t- lands known The Chairman. That is to say, tho
All communications to this column to be addressed to Chess Editor, Sun
day Bulletin, P. O. Box 718, Honolulu. Contributions and solutions of prob
lems should reach the editor before Thursday noon ot each week.
To Correspondents- Solution of
Moore. F. Weed. 1). Logan. V. Sctnnj
PROBLEM NO. 44.
Flrwt I'rlycPorls Inhibition Tourney.
From Llternry Dljcst
Jl Bf&C W
WHITE MATES IN TWO MOVES.
Tho "Monto Carlo" turnament has passed Into hlstoiy and n new chain
plon has appeared and won bis title by splendid play. '1 he summarized ice
ord of the tournament Is appended herewith:
Maroczy 14 3-4
Tschigorln 11 1-2
Qunsberg 10 3-4
Score and Notes from B. C. M.
F. J. Marshall. Herr Schlechtcr.
1 P Q4 1 P Q4
2 P QB4 2 P K3
3 Kt Q B 3 3 I' Q II 3
4 pK4 4 I'xM
R Ktxl' G B-KtBch
6 B Q 2 0 Q x P
7 B X B 7 Q x Kt ch
8 II K 2 fi Kt-Q 2
...Schlechtcr ovldontly Is not fa
miliar with this variation, i ho cor
rect move here Is 8..., Q x Kt P;
J B B 3, q Kt 3, etc.
9 Kt B 3 9 P q B 4
10 B B3 10KKI 113
...Hero tho right continuation Is
10.... Kt K 2, and If 11 q-q fl,
then Kt B 4, dislodging tho queen,
and if 11 B x P, then 11..., II K
Kt sq., etc,
1 Q-Q 11 q B3
12 q Kt3 12 Castles
OF HAWAII EXPLAINED TO CONGRESSIONAL
COMMITTEE BY COMMISSIONER EDWARD S. BOYD
Island of Hawaii. Is It?
Mr. Iloyil. Yes, sir. That Is the larg
est Island of the group.
The Chairman. There are various
colors on It. "-leaso Indicate what they
Mi. Boyd. The green portion repre-
' tho "government lands," as they
wcmo called under the Republic of Ha-
wall. The yellow portion Includes
what we railed the "Crown lands,"
now known as public lands.
8enntor Foster. They nro now nil
known ns public lands?
Mi. Boyd. Yes, sir.
Senator Burton. What Is the giecn
Mr. Boyd. It Is what wns formerly
known ns "government lands."
Senator Burton. What are they now?
Mr. Boyd. They are all public lands.
Senator Burton. Then there Is no dif
ference between tho green and tho ycl-
Mr. Boyd. No,
The two colors slm-'
public lands wcro divided Into two
classes having reference to govern
ment one, public Innds for the sup
port of thf government, nnd the other,
crown lands for the support of tho sov
ereign? Mr. Boyd. Yes, sir.
The Chairman. Now ull are claimed
as public lands.
Mr. Boyd. Yes. sir.
Senator Foster. Is thero now any dis
pute nbout those sovereign lands, Mr.
Chairman, as to whether they are I col
ly public lands or not?
The Cnnlrman. 1 think theic Is a
dispute nbout It; but Mr. Boyd Is pro
ceeding upon the theory that there Is
no dispute that they are all public
Mr. Boyd. We hold that they arc.
I will state that Hawaii, tho Island
shown on this map, has an area of
Problem No. 42 received from II. T.
Players Won. Lost.
Napier 9 1-2 it 1-2
Mleses 0 1-4 it 3-4
Mason it 10
AU.n 8 1-2 ID 1-2
Marco 7 3-4 11 1-4
Poplel 7 1-4 11 3-4
Scheve 5 14
Elscnuerg 4 1-2 14 1-2
Regglo 2 1-2, 10 1-2
Mortlmei 1 18
...Now- ho has an untenable, po
sition. 13 R qsq 13 Kt R4
...Another weak movo, as Mar
shall speedily shows.
14 q R4 II P KKt3
Well played. Of curse Marshall
Is on familiar ground, this being
ono of his favorite variations.
16 P K Kt 4 16 q q sq
17 PxKt 17 Qxq
19 PxP 19 RPxP
20 R Kt sq 20 II K sq
21 Kt 113 21 P B3
22 R x P ch 22 K B 2
23 R IU3 23 B q2
24 Kt US 24 R Rsq
25 Kt K 4 25 P Kt 3
26 R B3 26 P B 4
27 B x P 27 R R G
28 Kt-QCch' 28 Resigns
Topographical Features of
Lands In Hawaii Carefully
4,013 sqtiaie miles, or 2,570,000 acres.
Tho Chairman. How much of that Is
Mr. Boyd. About one-half.
Tho Chairman. As Indicated by tho
yellow and green portions of the map?
Mr. Boyd. Yes, sir.
Tho Chairman. Tell us ns to the to
pography of the Island.
Mr. Boyd. On the windward side of
the Island, extending from Upolu
Point down to and including tho Wal
pio Valley, the topographical features
are what we may designate as deep,
narrow valleys, Inaccessible mountains
The Chairman. How high above the
level of the sea does tho lanu on liie
Island of Hawaii rise at the highest
Mr. Boyd. The mountain ot Mnuna
Kca is 13,760 feet high. The land
rises very abruptly on the windward
sldo to the mountain top. as you can
see by the elevation lines.
TiTe Chairman. Aro there any high
mountains besides the one of which
Mr. Iloyd. There is one here, Maunn
The Chairman. How high Is that?
Mr. Boyd. That mountain Is 13, CM
feet high. 1"iere nro also two other
mountains, Hualalal and Kohala
whlcfi aro respectively 82C9 and 5300
feet In height.
Senator Foster. Mnuna l.oa Is n
volcano. Is It not?
Mr. Boyd. Yes; It Is sometimes In n
state of eruption. This Is also a vol
cano I indicating .
The Chaiiman. What Is the volcano
to which you point?
Mr. Boyd. Kllauea.
The Chairman. Is It a Ihe volcano
now. In a state of eruption?
Mr. Boyd. It is Intermittently active.
The Chairman. How high Is It above
the level of the hea?
Mr. Boyd. Four thousand feet.
The Chafimnn. So that the topogia
phy of that mountain Is mountainous?
Mr. Boyd. On the windward side;
Senntor Burton. What do jou mean
by (ho windward side?
Mr. Iloyd. The northeast side of tho
island, where the trade wind comes
The Chairman. The prevailing winds
come fiom the noitheast?
Mr. Iloyd. The prevailing winds are
the noitheast trades; yes.
Tlie Chairman. From San Francis
co? San Francisco Is northeast of
Senator Foster. It Is moro cast than
The Chairman. Yes; It is moio east
than north. They come more from tho
Mr. Boyd. In many places on tho
western side of this Island the land Is
quite level, but devoid of nuy water,
and aUo covered with laa and a-a
The Chairman. Is this level land
Mr. Boyd. No. sli ; that Is mountain
Tlftl Chairman. It is piactlcally all
mountainous, Is It not?
.Mr. Boyd. Yes, sir.
Tho Chairman. Whcie Is theio any
level land there at all?
Mr. Boyd. It Is In tho district of III
lo, all along here, down hero to Knu.
Tho Chairman, That is on the east
Tho Chairman. That Is on the east
Mr. Boyd. No; the southeastern side.
Senntor Bui tun. Where Is the Hiigiu
Mr. Boyd. Tho sugar lands nro scat
tered all along this coast.
Senator Burton. On the mountains?
Mr. Btiyd. Well, extending up from
the-sea from uOO to 2300 feet, accord
ing to locality.
Tho Chairman. Fiom tho top of this
mountain you have pointed out down
to tho water on the wlndwnid sldo
thero Is a rapid descent, ns I under
stand It, broken Into rnIncs?
Mr. Boyd. Tho land Is gieatly l.ioR
en all along a part oi tho Kohala and
Jiamaxua mountains by gulches, rang
ing from small ones to ravines 2500
feet deep. Of course In tho stretches
of land along hole some of our very
largo plantations are Bltuatrfl; hut al
low mo to say that they have no Irriga
tion facilities. They tiust to rain for
Senator Burton. Wheio Is Honolulu?
Tho Chairman. It is not on this lsl
Mr. Ilojd. No; It Is not on this Isl
and. The Chalimnu. What I want to as
ci-italii Is whether any areas of land
of any considerable slue that mo fer
tile and susceptible of cultivation for
sugar or anything elso aro among tho
public lands, or whether the land Hint
can bo utilized In t tint way is broken
up by ridges nnd ravines.
Mr, Iloyd. As far as public lands aro
concerned, you can seo how they aro
designated. In Ililo nnd Hamakim,
from tho Government road to an clo
vatlon of about 3000 feet, ft Is, consid
ered to bo very good land. Then It U
broken up fro mtlie Nnlplo Valloy un
til you pass Pololit Gulch or Niuill
plantation, 'llieic is a stretch ot ery
good land. To tno south it giadually
goea down until tho district ot Hllo Is
readied. Of course, the district of Hl
lo Is tnc best district In the Island.
The Chairman. As I understand,
these broad areas Indicated by tho
green nnd yellow coloring toward tho
center of the island aro all mountain
ous. Aro they susceptible of cultiva
tion nt alt?
Mr. Boyd. I hardly believe it.
The Chairman. How high arc they?
I know- the peak Is 13,000 feet high.
Mr. Boyd (Indicating). Six thousand
feet at this point, nnd about 3000 feet
at this point.
Senator Foster. A large area ot that
territory, then, is not susccptlblo of
being used for agricultural purposes?
Mr. Iloyd. That Is the fact.
Senator Foster. Does any timber
grow on It?
Mi. Boyd, There Is a thick forest
The Chairman, How high Is it up to
tho timber line, ns It fs called 7
Mr. Boyd. Tho forests extend from
30" to 6000 feet. Above that the land
Is absolutely dcold of any forests, or
anything except clinkers.
The Chairman. From 6000 up to
Mr. Boyd. Yes; it is absolutely do
vo" 'of any vegetation.
The Chairman. Now, give us some
Idea of tho value of this land belong
ing to the Government thnt Is suscep
tible of cultivation for sugar or any
Mr. Boyd. The binds along the north
eastern nnd southeastern const hero
average from $60 to $100 nn ncre, eas
ily. Any land that is susceptible of
cultivation will rcndlly bring that
amount. You can seo for joursclf
that the Government lands, or public
lands as they nro now called, lie sand
wlchcd In between all theso private
lands. Even whero you see the color
of the "crown lands," so called, thero
aro n great many private Interests, tho
map being on such n small scale as not
to show thein.
Tho Chairman. So that along hero on
the wlndwnid side, where you nio Indi
cating, tho Government lands aro In
terspersed with tho private lands?
Mr. Boyd. They are cut up; yes, sir.
The Chairman. And In small areas?
Mr. Boyd. In small areas. Wo have
a big tract of land here named Kapa-
pala, containing 192,780 acres. From
4500 feet to 1500 feel altltudo that Is
'cry good land. About 4500 feet It is
absolutely useless, and below 1500 feet
It 's absolutely useless.
Tho Chairman. What is It woith an
aero where you sny It Is good land?
Mr. Boyd. For grazing land, from
$2.50 to $10 an acre.
The Chairman. I think that gives us
a good Iden of tho conditions on that
'(At this point .Mr. Boyd produced a
map of tho Island of Maul.)
Mr. Boyd. This Is the map of Maul,
tho second largest (Bland in tho group.
Tho Chnliman. What Is its size?
Mr. Boyd. Maul haB an area, of 720
square miles, or 100,000 acres. As you
see, gentlemen, there Is a third color
represented theie. That pinkish color
represents the Bishop Estate lands.
Tho Chairman. Who was Bishop?
Mr. Iloyd. That is what Is called the
Tho Chaiiman. Ono of the chiefs
was named Bishop?
Mr. Boyd. Yes Mrs. Bishop. In the
oilglnal division of 1S48 thero wcro
three classes of lands ciown lands,
government lands, nnd chiefs' lands
besides private oAvncishlp.
Tho Chairman. There wcic four
Mr. Boyd. Four classes of lands.
Tho Chairman. And this was the
Mr. Boyd. Yes, sir. Now, gentlemen,
on this Island the public lands consist
of Inaccessible mountain sides, as you
can see by tho topography of tho
country. This stretch of land over
hero is very valuablo to tho Govern
Senator Cockrell. What Is It valua
Mr. Boyd. For water purposes; that
Is nil that can bo done with It. From
here, right across here
Tho Chairman. What is that a de
cline ot a mountain?
Mr. Boyd. Well
no; It does not go
Ping-Pong Ocean Championship
On the sea as well as on land ihe
game of ping-pong Is now being played
by tho lovers of spoils. When tho pas
sengers landed lecently from tbo
steamship Campania, from Liverpool
and queeustown. It was learned that
dining the voyago n match gamo "for
the Noith Atlantic championship" wns
played before an oudlenco of nearly
one hundred passengers. All on board
seemed to enjoy the game.
Mr. (iialiam, puiscr of the Campnnla,
was the tlrst to suggest to tho officials
of the line thnt tho gamo bo Introduced
on shlpboaid. After some hesitation
tho company decided to try tho experi
ment and supplied tho purser with two
ping-pong outfits. In order to make It
moro Interesting tho company offered
Mountains, Sugar, Forests,
Grazing and Useless Lands
down so very abruptly; but the ra
vines nnd gulches are so close to
gether that there is no flat land with
any agricultural possibilities at all.
Senator Cockrell, What can you tiso
the water for"
Mr. Boyd. By diverting the water
through tunnels and conduits It can be
brought down to tho dry lands here,
which would ho very rich lands If we
could get water to them.
The Chairman. What Is this a
Mr. Boyd. That Is n mountain height.
The Chairman. And this Is low land
Mr. Boyd NY; this is a gradual
The Chairman. Is theic nny water
on this Bide?
Mr. Boyd. No. sir; there Is practi
cally no water. Down here at Klhcl,
where tho Klhcl plantation Is, they
pump the water from wells. Of course,
they have sunk some shafts for water,
but they can get very little of It.
Tho Chairman. You say the Klhcl
plantation. Is that a sugar plantation?
Mr. Boyd. Yes; It Is a sugar planta
tion situated all along here.
The Chairman. Wnat kind of lands
nrc those sugar lands?
Mr. Boyd. They are very good sugar
The Chairman. What Is that land
worth an acre?
Mr. Boyd. About $100 an acre.
Senntor Cockrell. That Is, If Irrigat
Mr. Boyd. If In (gated.
The Chairman. What Is It worth
Mr. Boyd. I should say from $20 to
$25 nn acre.
The Chairman. Is there plenty of wa
ter over on that side and none on this
Mr. Boyd. There Is plenty of water
on this side.
Senator Foster. What Is the rainfall
on the north side?
sir. Boyd. It averages about 80
Senntor roster. What Is It on this
Mr. Boyd. About 12 Inches.
Tho Chairman. How high is tho top
of the mountain or ridge there?
Mr. Boyd. Kighty-nlno hundred and
Something Was Wrong
With Young Man's Watch
"My watch doesn't keep good time.
I wish you would seo what's tho mat
ter with It," said a fashlonnbly dressed
young man, going up to tho repair desk
in a Chestnut street Jewelry store. It
wns a hunting case watch. "Perhaps
It needs cleaning," suggested the man
behind the counter. Ho took the wntch
and opened tho front case. Out drop
ped a withered daisy. Wltliont any
comment ho handed this to tho owner
of tho watch, who blushed and drop
ped It on the floor. "By Jovof I for
got thnt was In there," ho muttered.
The man behind tho counter pried open
tho back coso nnd disclosed to view a
ilnglet of dark brown hair, unmistak
ably feminine. This he also handed
to the young man, saying: "Tifnt's a
bad place to keep theso things. ' Tho
young man blushed still moro deeply,
but he placed tho lock of hair In his
waistcoat pocket. "I'll leavo tfie watch
here," ho said. "I guess it needs t. gen
eral overhauling." "I guess It does,"
agreed tho man behind tho counter,
with peculiar emphasis. Philadelphia
"Now," said tho young mother, in
closing tho Sunday nfternoon Blblo les
son, "I want my little boy to remem
ber thnt St. Peter was pricked by his
consclcnco when ho denied that ho
"Did tho pricking hurt much?"
"Yes; tho Blblo says ho 'went out
and wept bitterly'."
"But It wouldn't havo hurt If he'd
used n safety pin. would It?" KVw
a prlzo of five dollars to the passenger
who proved to be the best player dur
ing tho voyago, and another prlzo of
half that amount to tho passenger who
camo out second best.
Tho gnmo was started on the first
day out and continued ovcry day until
tho flnuls were played. Tho players
matched In tho finals wcro Charles W.
Allan, a Scotchman and Henry D. Reld,
of Newfoundland, son of n millionaire
piomoter of railroads. After an exclt
lng contest Mr. Allan won. Tho match
es wero referee by Purser Graham,
who Is himself an expert at the game.
It Is said that the game, having been
taken up with bo much enthusiasm by
tho passengers, will bo Introduced on
all tho steamships of tho Cunard line.
Lines of Travel.
MJK08B TUB CONTINENT TZOM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM BAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
nlr THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
inman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cart, with Barber
(kop and Pleasant Reading Room.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
' . LOTHROP, General Agent. "
ltl Third street, Portland, Oregon.
1. W. HITCHCOCK, Oeneral Agent,
Ho. 1 Montgomery St., Ban Francisco.
I. h. LOMAX, O. P. & T. A.,
1471 Omaha, Nebraska.
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KINO STREET LINE.
Can Itavt Walklkt for town at $-43, 6.1 j, I 4$ A.M.
and artry is alnuUt thereafter till 10:4s, "US f4
iijsr.M. from Walklkl co to tht Punibou Status.
Can laavcj R Panfi or Piwaa twitch for town at
(:sjA.M. and avery it minutes thereafter till if .oBp.m.
Cart teava Fort and King streets comer for Palina
at 6:10 a.m. and every is minutes aftef till tits
Cars leava for Pat am a only at 1 and 5:30 A M.
Cars leava Patana for Walkikfs'i a.m. miJ every
15 minutes till 9 43 P.M , then at tons ad 5 '
Intuits A, trom Pal a ma for Punaboa only toes
Cars leava Fort and Klnc streets corner foi Rlflo
Ranjf at s and '! a.m.
Cars leava Fort and Klnc streets corner for walklk
at A os A.M. and every 15 minutes till 10-osf.M ttten at
to:ie and nws PM. The 11:, J P.M. ts to Walklkl
od Saturdays only,
BERETANIA STREET AND FUUANU VALLEY,
Cars leava Punabou Stsblt for Town at 5: j ana
(or Town and Valley at 540 550 6.10 6:so 6.4s 7 and
Cars leava Oahu Collect for town and Valley at
6:j 6. so and :io A.M and every 10 minutes Hit to: to
P.M. except the even hour and ball, bour cars whlcb
run from the Stable
Cars leava Nuuanu Valley at 6'io 6 )o 4 30 A.M and
every 10 minutes thereafter till 10 so P.m.
Cars leavt Fort and Queen streets for Psnahou
Collect at 6 03 6 13 6 43 A.M and every 10 minutes
titer till 04J P.M. After that the cars run to the
Stable up to 11:30P.M. which Is ibt last car from Town
reachloc the Stable at 11:30 p.m.
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
(CEALAKEKUA. - HAWAII
J. Q. HENEIQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountain..
An excellent chance la ottered for
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Maun. ua
tt Kallua and take passengers overland
to Hookena, -where the steamer 1 met
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 1881.
STATIONS. DAILY DAILY
(Outwird) ei. Sun. DAILY . Sun, daily daily
A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
Honolulu f.to oit li:os J'lf si.
Pt.rl City... So 948 11:40 .7 S.30
Ewt Mill I) 10.09 la.oo 405 .io
W.lim. 1050 4'4S ....
Wililu. 11: in ....
Kthuktl iitjt 6:15 ....
(InwirdJ i. Son. daily daily daily
AM. A.M P.M P.M.
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r C. SMITH, Qen'l Pass. & Ticket Act.
Q. P. DBNIBON. Superintendent
Drays for Freight
Our representative me-ts all Incom
ing steamers from tbo Coast, and ira
check baggage on all outgoing steam
vs. White and Black Sand For Salt
Offlco -with Evening Bulletin, 111
King street Tel 88.
fl. LARSEH, W(1,
When You Want a Rig
KINO UP TUB
LIVERY BOARDING and
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: 51B FORT STREET
Btable Tboue, 109 Main.
Hack Stand, 'Phones 319 and 33.
C. H. DELLINA.
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
nl nrVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.
COTTON BROS. & CO
ENGINEERS AND : : :
Piant and .tttmalci lurnlihei lor all clatMi
Tel. Main 245.
ROOM 300 BOSTON DLK. Honolulu.
Tho Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
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