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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T.. MONDAY, APIUL 88. 1902.
HAIL TO MEN
nothing could Induce n to part with It."
It cures Rheumatism, Lamo Back, Sciatica. Call and see It today
or send for free book about It. I will send It scaled If you send this ad.
Dr. M. H. McLaughlin,
Office hours, 8 a m. to 8:30
NEVER SOLD BY DRUG STORES OR AQENT8.
! IN THE ClnCl'IT COUIIT, FIRST
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In Pro
late. In the matter of tho Estato ol
II. V. Oibbs. late of Honolulu, Oahti.
Petition ImUng been died by Mrs. II.
II WlllInniB of Honolulu, doing busi
ness ns the City Furniture Store, a
creditor of said Intestate, praying that
Letters of Administration upon said
oMnte be Issued to K. T. Merry, notlco
Is hereby given that MONDAY,
2Cth day of MAY, A. D. 1902, at 10
o clock a. in., In tho Judiciary building,
Honolulu, Onfiu, is appointed tho llmo
nr.d place for hearing said petition,
when and where nil persons lonccrned
may nppear and show cause, If any
' they bnve. why said Petition should not
Honolulu. April 19, 1902.
By tho Court:
J. A. THOMPSON,
Messrs. Atkinson & Judd and C. R.
Hemcnwny, Attorneys for Petitioner.
2127 April 21. 28; May 6, 12.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FIRST
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In Pro
bate. In tho Matter of the Estate of
Clara Schneider, late of Honolulu, Oa-
liu. Petition having been filed byolulu, Oahu, deceased, hereby gives
Mrs. II. If. Williams of Honolulu. (To- notico to all persons having claims
ing business as tho City Furniture "I?"1""' '.I0 saU1, eBt,at0 V ?r.tL8cntJiI,e
. ... , hi,.. snmo t0 tne undersigned at tho offlco
Store, n creditor of said Intestate. of Hawaiian Trust Company. Limited.
I raying that Letters of Administration Fort street, Honolulu, within six
upon said estato bo issued to F. T. months from tho dnto of tho first pub-
Merry, notice Is hereby given that "cation of this notice or they will be
iuui'XLm i, me auwi uuf ui .twu, jv. u,
1902. nt 10 o'clock a. m. In tho Judl
nry building. Honolulu. Oahu, Is ap
s,r..r it.. .,. .,.. rv- T
pointed the tlmo and placo for hearing
talil petition, when and whero all per
sons concerned may nppear and Bhow
cause. If nny they hnve, why said Pe
tition shouid not bo granted.
Honolulu, April 19, 1902.
By tho Court:
J. A. THOMPSON,
Messrs. Atkinson & Judd and C. R.
Ilcmenwny. Attorneys for Petitioner.
2127 April 21, 28; May 5, 12.
A CHANCE FOR THOSE DESIRING
A GOOD HOMESTEAD.
FOR SALE At a reasonable figure,
a freehold estate at Walomau, near
Walohlnu. The property consists of
a substantially built and well-furnlBh-cd
house with a good water supply;
also cartsheds, servants' quarters, di
vision fences for safe handling of cat
tle and 353 acres of land, 147 acres of
tbo land ndjolns houso and there Is a
privilege to secure 101 acres contig
uous. There Is on the land fenced
portions containing coffee, orange and
other fruit trees In bearing. All tho
laniti are alongside or near to the Gov
ernment road. Nearly all tho land has
substantial stone fences. With tho
above go all cattle, horses and pigs,
wagons, etc., etc. For particulars ap
ply to CHAS. MEINECKE,
Walohlnu, Kau, Hawaii.
ST. GEORGE'S DAY.
To celebrate 8t. Qeorgo's Day, Cap-
tain Cook Lodge Ko. 353, Order of Sons
cf St. Ocorgc, will glvo a social and
d'anco on Monday evening, April 28th.
at 8 p. m., San Antonio Hall, Vino
j n ril street. Tickets, $1, to admit lady
end gentleman, from any of tho mem
bers or at Thrum's book store.
Parties visiting Lanalna and the Isl
and of Maul In general can secure suit
able conveyances nnd careful drivers
at the PIONEER STAOLE8, Lahalna,
Island of Maul.
Commercial men will be carefully
looked after with suitable rigs.
Ala Moana road, between Kcroscno
Vnllt nnd Sheridan street, will bo
c;usd to traffic from Und alter Friday,
11 o 25th day of April, 1902, until fun
thcr notice. By order of Superintend
ent of Public Works. ,
C. B. DWIGHT,
Acting Road Supervisor, Honolulu.
Even unto old age you may feel
the vigor of youth, with Its light
heart, elastic step, courage and
tireless energy. You may be
free from pains and aches and
defy your years.
There Is a fountain of perpetual youth,
ai.d jou have only to reach out oiir hand
am) take It. You can drink of It until your
heart knouts with gladness, nnil with all
your might jou v. Ill proclaim, as other men
"I AM A MAN!"
I.Ike the giants of old, you con bo In your
prlmo nt 80 strong, vigorous and full of
John Page, Boulder treek, Cal writes, aft
er wearing Dr. McLaughlin's Electric Belt:
"I havo no nches or pains now, and tho vari
cocele has disappeared. I did not think It
possible for mo to obtain relief from my suf
ferings, but tho Belt has surprised me. I
feel as younc as I did thirty .years ago, and
702 Market 6t
(Lotta's Fountain) 8n Prnn
p. m.; Sundays, 10 to 1.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
THE UNDERSIGNED, having been
duly appointed administrator of the
flstato of HARRIET K. KAWAINUI,
l.ito of Honolulu, Island of Oahti, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, deceased. Intestate,
notice Is hereby given to all persons
to present their claims against tho
estato of tho said Harriet K. Kawal-
mil, deceased Intestate, duly authentt'
catod, whether secured by tnortgago
or otherwise, to the undcrutgned, at!
his office, Magoon block, corner of
Merchant nnd Alaken streets, !Ionolu
In aforesaid, within six months from
dnto hereof, or they will bo forever
b. rred. And nil persons Indebted to
sultl estate aro hereby requested to
muke Immediate payment thoreof to
J. ALFRED MAGOON.
Administrator of the Estato of Harriet
K. Kawnlnul, Deceased Intestate.
Dated Honolulu, April 22. A. D. 1902.
2128 April 22, 28; May 5. May 12.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Tho undersigned having been ap
pointed Administratrix of tho Estate
or Catherine E. Ilatcliclor. lato of Ho
Honolulu, April 7, 1902.
EMMA S. DOUGLAS.
Administratrix of tho Estato of Cath
erine E. Batchelor. Deceased.
2116 April 7. 14. 21. 28.
At the adjourned annual meeting of
tho Stockholders of tho Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Company, Limited,
held this day, tho following officers
and directors were duly elcctod for tho
J. Ena President
J. L. McLean .... Vice President
N. E. Gedge Treasurer
C. H. Clapp Secretary
A. W. T. Bottomley Auntor
Directors J. Ena, G. N. Wilcox,
W. O. Smith, August Dreler, C.
M. Cooke, J. M. Dowsett, H. A.
Isenberg. C. II. CLAPP,
Honolulu. April 15, 1902. 2122-2w
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At tho Regular Annual Meeting of
tho Hawaiian Realty and Maturity
Company, Limited, held on tho 12th
day of April. 1902, the following offi
cers wero elected to Bervo for tho en
L. K. Kentwell President
Frank Andrade . Vice President
John D. Holt Jr Treasurer
A. L. Ahlo Secretary
Ed. Stiles Auditor
Tho abovo officers also consiltuto
tuo Board of directors.
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND
MATURITY CO., LTD,
A. L. AHLO,
Honolulu, April 12, 1902.
W. C. Achi & Co.
We will Buy or Sell Real UsUte Is
all parts of the group.
We will Sell Properties on Reason
able Commissions. Tel. Main 125
10 WEST KINO STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
In Knplolnnl Park
Addition and In
1S7 MERCHANt STREET.
Public Typewriting ,
by MUts Ellu Dayton
Wall Street Flurry
New York, April 15. Wall street
passed through one of Its most excit
ing and sensational periods today.
The Louisville and Nashville situa
tion, which had hung menacingly over
the district for a week or more, was
cleared by the undisputed statement
tnat John V, Gates and his associates
had wrested contiol of the property
fiom" the Belmont party and were In
absolute possession. Accompanying
tills statement, which had been dla
counted the day before, was one that
the Oates faction had selected J. P.
Morgan & Co, to settle tile differences
between the contending Interests.
While these events were happening
a movement without parallel In tho
history of the Stock Exchange was on
In Southern Railway. Trading Id
Sr.uthcrn Hallway common set In on
u tremendous scale and at ono time
interest centered nlmott entirely In
In the first naif hour fully 200.001
shares of Southern Hallway common
changed hands. By the end of the
first hour the transactions In this
stock alone reached n total of over
S'iO.000 shares. By noon more thnA a
half million shares had changed
bonds. Dealings fell off after that to
some extent, but the records for' tho
number of shares of a single stock
sold in one hour. In two hours and In
one day's trading were all shattered
nr a result of Southern Hallway' per
formance today. The sales for the
day reached a total of Sfi4.500 shares.
The total outstanding stock of the
company Is 1.2n0.onn sharet.
POLITICIANS MY FORCE
Wnsblngton, April 18 Secretary of
War Root may withdraw from tho
Cabinet as a result of recent develop
ments in connection with our military
operations In the Philippine
Root is In a most unfortunate posi
tion. Ills suppression of the Garden
er report, his nlleged failure to take
pioper cognlianie of the "water
cino and other atrocities alleged to
have been committed by officers nnd
enlisted men of the army, his preci
pitation of the disastrous conflict with
General Mile's and his failure to act
In harmony with Republican Senators
these nnd other causes make It de
sirable for him to retire
The Secretary has Introduced Into
hit management of the War Depart
ment methods which made him a sue
citsful corporation lawyer. Ho Is
sicretlvo and distant. It Is moro dim
cult to get Into his office than Into the
resident's prhate office. He makes
ro distinction between leaders of
Congress and his fellow Government
officials In this respect.
The President has high admiration
fcr Root. He constituted him his
chief adviser nnd friend within a few
minutes after he took the oath of of
fice In Buffalo last fall. Ever slnco
the Secretary of War has been closer
to tho President than any other mem
bei of the Cabinet. The President
would regard It as a misfortune to
lose his sen Ices, but Republican po
liticians believe It would be to the ad
ventage of the party If he got out vol
untarily. Russians Stricken
St. Ptteisburg. April 16. Tho re
ports received here from the famine
stricken districts of Russia more than
Jutlfy the anticipations of ncuto sirt
fcrINg In those localities
Scurvy and typhoid fever aro de
vastating the peasantry throughout
the whole of the Altai (highlands ot
Sll.erln) region, formerly tjio chief
giannry of Siberia. The starting peo
ple there have consumed even tho last
remnants of their seed graiu, and no
spring crops hnve been sown. The
last wheat sold In Altai fetched 2 1-4
rubles per pood, against tho normal
pr'ce of sixteen to twenty kopecks per
pood. In some platcs the scarcity of
frdder Is so gloat that half tho hous
es have been unthntched to savo tho
lives of tho cattle and horses.
The gravity of the situation Is evi
denced by the latest statistics. At
Menzcllsk, Government of Kufa, there
hnve been upward of 4000 cases of
typhus; at Bellbelsky, G82 cases havo
been reported, and at Akmolllnsk
over 1900 cases have occurred. Slml
lar reports come from Erone, Hasan
Tho Red Cross boclety Is furnish
ing all tTio aid at Its command. In the
way of free kitchens and medicines.
The Punahou Athletic Club and Oahu
College teams plajed a game of uasc
ball on the Oahu Cullcgo campus Sat
unlay nltcrnoon wlikli resulted In a
lctorv for the former hv n score ot
23 to 9 The (?ame was till! of error
but there wero bright moments and
oulto n lot of fun. Dickson, pllrher for
tho College bojs, was extremely weak
Ilabliltt of tho Athletic Chili was hit
quite freely nnd ii substitute huh Inter
on put In his place, lloth teams show
ed lack of practice.
Tho evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
Recorded April 16, 1902.
Jno. Gouvla and wife to Cecil Brown
tiustee; mortgage, Patent 4410. por
tion Patent 4279, Kaapahu, Hamakua,
Hawaii. $800. Book 232, pago 333
Dated April 15, 1902.
W. R. Castlo Jr. to Cecil Brown,
trustee; mortgage; portion Ap. 1, R
P. 2101. Kul. 794. Katiluwela, Hono
lulu, Oahu j $1200. Book 232, pago
337. Dated April 11, 1902.
Recorded April 18, 1902.
Chas. S. Dcsky to Juliette M. Athcr
ton; deed; portion lot 40, Pacific
Heights, Honolulu, Oahu: $1750. Book
234. page 289. Dated July 23, 1901.
Pololo Land nnd Improvement Corn
puny, Limited, to Alex. M. Atherton;
deed; lots 25, 2fi, 28, 29, 31, 32 nnd 34,
block 107, Palolo tract, Honolulu, Oa
lm; J30M. Book 234, pago 301. Dat
eu February 19. 1902.
Luke Tung San and wlfo to G. Aku
na; mortgage; one-third interest In
lots 90. in, 100 and 101, Kulaokahim
plains, Honolulu, Oahu; $1100. nook
236, page 131. Dated January 23, 1902
Georgo I Do la Nux and wife to
M. V. Holmes; mortgage; portion
Grant 21u1. Nlenln, Hamakua, Hawaii;
$800 75. Book 238, pago 133. Dated
September 20, 1901.
John Ouderklrk and wlfo to flank nf
I'nwall. Limited; mortgage: nortlon
R. P. C305. Mnklkl street. Honolulu.
Oihu; $3000. two years nt 8 per cent.
Book 230, page 133. Dated April 15.
Recorded April 21, 1902.
G. S. Patten, by attorney, to Geo.
C. Hewitt; "deed; Interest In land.
Kau, Hawaii; $200. Book 231, pago
300. Dated April 2, 1902.
Kalllanu to Kupa: deed, one fourth
Interest In poitlon It. p. 2029, Kill
9S. Pnako. Wnlliiku, Maul; $40. Book
231 page 301 Dated TTlnrch 19, 1902.
To Be Investigated
Washington. April 13. The recent
reflations ignrdlng the manner In
which war has been conflicted lu the
Philippines hate stlrr'e d President
Roosevelt to action. It is authorita
tively announced that the President
will appoint a commission to invcstl
gate the manner la which tho Ameri
can army Is conducting matters In
these Islands. The commission will
lepresent the President personally, and
after a thorough sifting of facts will
report to him. The announcement of
this commission will be mado as soon
as the President can decide upon Us
Roosevelt feels that he should exer
cise the greatest care In the selection
of the men who compose It. nnd he now
has several names under consideration.
It Is stated the commission will In no
wise represent the War Department.
The President's friends arc careful to
say he does not contemplate any ces
sation In tho prosecution of the war,
but ho Intends to ascertain beyond any
doubt whether the war Is being con
ducted according to tho customs ot
The President Is not satisfied with
the verdict In the Wnllor court-martial.
He also wants to know moro concern
ing the ordeiB given by General Smith
to Major Waller before the expedition
started. The recent developments con
cerning the application of tho "water
cure" hate stirred up his anger, and
set ere punishment may be expected by
officers who hao resorted to it should
the commission find that the facta war
rant such action.
Manila, April 10 General Mahnr
has unconditionally surrendered to
Brigadier General Bell at I.lpa, Da
tangos province, with tho entire Insur
gent force of the provinces of Lnguna
and Batangas, General Bell says IiIh
(Bell's) Influence Is sufficient to quell
me insurrectionary movements In Tii
jnbas nnd Cnvlte provinces and rapture
all those In the field who have not et
surrendered, hut Malvar has ordered
the complete surrender of every Insur
gent to the nearest American force.
General Wheaton, reporting to the di
vision headquarters, saa that all re
sistance In his department has ended,
and the surrenders Just announced
mean that the pons will bo opened
nnd that the Filipinos In tho detention
camps will be allowed to return to
I their homes in time to plant their
At a meeting of Irishmen held In Wa
erley hall Sunday forenoon, there wns
reported a unanimous sentiment on the
part of eons of the Emerald Isle in tho
city for organization. Although there
were but eighteen present at tho meet
Ing. a list of forty-five applicants for
membership was reported. Col, C. J.
McCarthy vsas In the chair and Chas.
McGonagle acted as secretary. After
there bad been 11 full discussion of the
plans, the following committee was ap
pointed to draft a continuation nnd hy
laus nnd to report nt n special meeting
ns noon as tho work has been com
pleted. C J. McCntthy. Thos. J. Dil
lon, P. J. Knrlcy, Charles Crelghton
and Charles McGoungle.
1 1 a
Purser rnguson of the steamer V
G. Hull, reports the following sugar
'awaiting shipment on Kuual K. S
' M.. 2S0U: V. K., ou0; Mak., 1000: O. &
H- 2712; McU., 11.19.', K. 1' , ISO, II
M., 1100; L. P., H00; M. S. Co.. 72.000;
K. S. Co., filOO Total. 107.631 lugs.
Tho Evening Uullutln, 76 cents per
You havo paid for two or three homes during your llf.tlme.
Especially If you have been paying rent; and we regret that
you have nothing to show for tha money spent In this mannt.'.
Ws have now on sale lots In the beautiful Puupueo Tract,
whlsh contains the finest suburban property In Honolulu. This
tract commands a magnificent view of mountains and ocean, has
macadamized streets, artesian water, and the eleetrlo car line
passes through the property. For any further Information regard
Ing prices, terms, etc, address '
ISLAND REALTY OOMPY
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as bo.ander:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
SIERRA . .
SONOMA . .
In connection with tho sailing or tne aoove steamers, tne agents are pro
,red to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
oad from San Francisco to nil points In the United States, and from New
'ork by any steamship lino to oil European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. 8. CO.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, m Pacific .Coast.
C. S. NEVADAN, to sail April 20th.
S. 3. HAWAIIAN, to sail May 20th.
Freight received at Company's wharf, 42d St., South Brooklyn, at all times.
From San Francisco
8. 8. HYADES, to sail May 17.
Freight received at Company's wharf, Stewart Street Pier 20.
From Seattle and Tacoma
8. 8. CALIFORNIAN, to sail April 20.
8. 8. AMERICAN, to sail June 15.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Dccidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaish
8tesmers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
ClIINAj APIUL 30
DORIC MAY 8
NIPPON MAIIU MAY 10
COPTIC JtJNi: 3
AMnillCA MAIIU JUNK 11
PEKING JUNK 19
GAELIC JUNK 28
IIONQKONO MAIIU JUL.Y S
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION
H. HfXCKPBLO &
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Stoumahlp Company. mm
Steamers of the above line, running In connection wlta the CANA9I
N PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. D. C. and Sydnty. N.S.vV..
and calling at Victoria, D. C, Honolulu, Suva, FIJI and Drlsbane, are DUE
AT HONOLULU on or about tho datos below stated, viz.:
rom Vancouver ana Victoria, D. C.
(For Drlsbano and Sydney.)
MOANA , MAY 10
MIOWKRA JUNK 7
MOANA JULY 5
Through Tickets Issued trom Honolulu to Canada, United States and
turope. For Freight and Passage and all gcnoral Information, apply to
Thco. H.DavlcB&CoMLtd., GcnMAftcnte.
GLOBE NAVIGATION COMPANY, LTD.
PUQET SOUND-HONOLULU ROUTE.
Connecting Direct without transfer with O. N. Ity., N. P. It., and C. F.
It. Lowest rates of freight from all eastern points; 'shortest possible time.
8. 8. EUREKA, from 8eattle, on or
8. 8. TAMPICO, from Seattle, on or
For further information address
L. E. BEEBE,
a Brewer Building, Honolulu. AGENT HAWAIIAN I8LAND8.
Globe Nav. Co., Ltd., Seattle, Wash.; P. W. Rochester, 308 Market St.,
8. F.i Agents of above roads, will furnish Information,
Everything New, Good Table, Nice
Bedrooms, Sample Room for Comnier
clal Trawlers. Opposlto Landing line
view, cool and comfortable. Terms
THE AMOUNT PAID
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAID FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA APRIL 30
VENTURA MAY 6
ALAMEDA MAY 21
SIERRA MAY 27
ALAMEDA JUNE 11
SONOMA JUNE If
ALAMEDA JULY 2
VENTURA JULY 8
ALAMEDA JULY 23
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
PUIIU MAY 3
COPTIC MAY 10
AMERICA MARU MAY 20
I'UKINO MAY 28
OAKI.IC JUNK 7
HONGKONG- MARU JUNE 13
CHINA JUNK 21
DORIC JUNK 28
NIPPON MARU JULY 8
APPLY TO P. M. S. 8. CO.
CO, LTD. AGENTS.
t-rom 8ydney and Drlsbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, O. O.)
MIOWERA MAY 7
AORANGI JUNK 4
MOANA JULY 2
about APRIL 10
about MAY 10
Pearl City Hotel
A plnce for town people to la off
lur a fen ilajs.
l'urnlshed rooms, first-class meals,
dancing paWllon, nice picnic grounds
aleo stnlilliiK for horses.
Convenient for a country outing.
J. W. CHAPMAN,
Lines of Travel.
UJJ108S THE CONTINENT TROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
aly TilREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New Tort
lilnan Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smofc
U and Library Cars, with Barbse
op and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
H. LOTHROP, General Agent.
Ill Third street, Portland, Oregon.
. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
Wo. 1 Montgomery SL.San Francisco.
. L. LOICAX, O. P. & T. A.,
1471 Omaha, Nobruks.
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KING STREET LINE.
Cifl Uivt Wilklkl lor town tH 41. .ij. ! i 1 1.
tod tvery lDlnuttthrtlltcr till 1041. It:tf M4
lljIP.M.Ilom Wilklkl solo tll Pumliou SUNw,
Cn UaviR Rinti or Pawit t wlttri for to rt
I HA M. anl (virr it mlnulti Iruruntf till u oliMt.
!, mvt rori na nine tnttti cornw lor Ptlti
At 6.io A M. tog avery is i
ilnuttl after till it as
Cara ! for Palana only at j anl s 1 A m.
Cara laava Palacna for Walklkfs 4) A.M o4 rrrrr
cj mloutaa ml o as c . ltn at to is and i9.jr.rn
TD ins-' A. from Palana for Punahotl only coat
10 Watkwion Saturdaya.
Cara laava Fori and Klnr Mrttla corntf foi Rlftaj
Ranga at s ani a to a.m
Can Itara Fort and Kin ttratla cornar f or Walfk
atfiosAM.anl tvary it mlnulti till to osP. M, fba at
! 15 and ti.oj p.m. Tha it js p.m. lot. to WalUa.1
l Saturdays only.
BERETANIA STREET AND f'UUANU VAUEi.
Cara laava Punahou Slabla for Town aft aol
tor Town and Vallay alt 40 s so 6 10 Vvo 6 40 7 and
Cara laava Oahu Colltca for town and Valley al
a so 6 so and t to A n and ever) to minutes ttll to n
P.M. eiceptUie even hour and half, hour cars wMCk
run from tha Slabla
Cars laava Nuuanu Vallay at 6 10 G to 6 to A.M al
avtry 10 minutes thereafter till lo so P.M
Cars leave Fort and Queen streets for Puaehoa
College at 6 os 6 as 6 as A M and every 10 mlnntesj
after till g is P.M Alter that the cars run lo nVe
Stabls up to rt 50P.M. which Is Iba lattcar from Town
reaching tha Stable al ti )o P.M.
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
J. Q. HENRIQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountain.
An excellent chance Is offered for
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Mauna, ut
tt Kallua and take passengers overland
to Uookena, where the steamer la me,
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January l, isn.
STATIONS, DAILY DAILY
(Outwaird; tx. Sun. DAILY ex. Sun. daily daiit
A.M. AM. AM. KM. P.M-
Honolulu t 10 9 it 11 oj jtj j
Pttrl City... So 9 1 11 41 4T :i
Ew Mill I )i 10 08 oa 4 of it
Wlini 10 44)
WUlu ,., 11:3) 340 ....
Kahuku ... it ..... 1 1
(Inward) tx. Sun. DAILY daily DAitr
AM. A.M P.M P.M.
Kt)uku ......... 1 . .... is
Wiltlua.... .. 1 1 .... ft
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Ptarl City 6.ij S.o) i:o 4 1
Honolulu 6.30 S j; j.o$ $.
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Q. P. DBNISON. Superintendent
Draye lor Freight
Our representative meeta all Incom
ing steamers from the Coast, and frt
chock baggage on all outgoing steut
ra. Wulte and Black Sand For Salt?
Office with Evening Bulletin, Hi
King street. Tel 86.
fl. LURSEH, M'fr.
When You Want a Rig
ring up tub
LIVERY BOARDING and
I I 1 J : 618 FORT 6THEETJ
Btable 'i'houe, 109 Main.
Hack Stand, 'Phones 319 and J2.
C. H. BELLINA.
Uonolnln Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUOAR UA
CIUNLTtY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and "iirVETED PIPES for lrrigatioa
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notle
COTTON BROS & CO
ENGINEERS AND : ! i
Piaos aoiastlmataa turnfthsl (or all ctassa.
Tel. Main 245.
ROOM 30P BOSTON BLK. Honolulu.
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