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IN THE CITY OF HONOLULU,
Public notice is hereiTj gTvcn tbit '
the undersigned, n Commissioner ap- '
inlnled by the Honorable Ahrnm S '
Humphreys, First Judge of the Circuit
Couit of the Klrst Circuit of tho Tcrrl-'
tory- of Hawaii, In nnd by the decree I
of the said Honorable Klrst Judge, du-'
y and regulai'y made nnd entered In
iulty, at chambers, on tho 10th day
of August, A..D, 1902, In a certain
lause, then nnd there pending before
the said Honorable Klrst Judge, n-
titled. The Queen's Hospital (a corpor-
ntlon) versus Tho Walklkl Land and
Loan Association (a corporation), El-I."
Inn McCully lllgglns, James McKce,
J M. McChcsney, N. "ST. Orlswold and
(leorgo H. Paris, to sell that certain
real eslato with tho appurtenances
thereto belonging or fn any wise ar-l
pertaining and hcrclnbelow particu
larly described, will sell at public ven-1
due at tbo front door of the Judlclaiy !
Building. In Honolulu, Island of Oalni,
Tcirltory of Hawaii, on Thursday, thj '
JSth day of August, A. I). 1902, at U
o'clock m. of that day, said real es
late, that Is to say:
All of that certain piece or parcel of
land situate, lying and being in th
lty or Honolulu, Island of Oahti, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, bounded and de
scribed as follows, to-nlt:
Being a portion of Brant 2870, L.
McCully, and L. C. A. 0716:4 Haumta.
Wnlklkl, Kona, Oahu.
.KB..... hub i u pome on me so'jtnnSSj4 30' W .Mag. 112.2 feet aing h:
side of King street, said point being, ,.,, i n . iui r. ii
opposite the center of Artesian street.
from which point tho Qovcrnmeul
Survey Station on Hocky Hill bears N
14 45 B. true, and lunnlne as fol
1N9" 12' W true 550.0 feet along
.' S 33' 00' W mng. 222.1 feet along
stone wall Cummins prop
3 S 49 00' W3CS.3 feet along ttoiie
wall Cummin's pioptrty
4 S 57 00' E mng 89.1 feet along 1.. C.
A. 8241:5 John II
S 15 00' V. mag. 77.2 feet along L. C. ..7
A. 8241'S John II
i S 0t 30' i: mag. 528 0 feet along L. U ..s g )
A. 8241:5 J.I.I11 II ,'
7 S 52" 00' E mag. 190.2 feet ..9 g ,-6
8. 21 22' E true 792.0 feet along Lot,"
"II" to the Initial point, anJ 30 g ,;
containing an area of 10 and 77-J 0- '
I LOT "B." I
Being a portion of Brant 3098, 2870 ! 3 g ;
L. McCully and L. C. A. 0710. 1 Hau
mea, Walklkl, Kona, Oahu. 33S12
Beginning at a point on tho South
side of King street, said point being ujj g 35
opposite the center of Artesian street,
from which point tho Goicrnmeut
point tno uoicrnmtJl .
Survey Station on Itoclty Hill beat
N 34' 45' E true, and running as lu
1 S 24' 22' Wtrue 792.0 feet along U
2 N 52 00' W mag. 78.0 feet
3 S 3S 30' W Mag. 291.0 teet along I.
C. A. 8241:5 John II
4SC3'30'K.Mag. G4.3 feet along L.
C. A. 8211:5 John II
5 a' 50 30' K.Mag. 26.4 feet along L.
C. A. 8241:5 John 11
0 N 37 30' E Mag. 131.0 feci along .
C. A. 8241.5 John II
7 S 47 30' E Mng. 128.7 feet
8 S 27 30' E Mag. 173.6 feet
D S 52 00' r' Mag. 250.8 feet
10 N 52 30' W Mag. 219.1 feet
11 S 24 30' V Mag. 89.0 feet along L.
C. A. CC0, O. P. Judd
12 S 30 00' W Mag. 450.0 feet along L.
C. A. t0, O. P. Judd
13 S 54 00' W Mag. 157.0 feet along L
C. A. 660, 0. P. Judd
14 S 61 00' W Mng. 5C.8 feet along L.
C. A. 660. O. P. Judd
JSS 7 20' E true 476.0 feet to East
comer of Ilrldge, the feme
being tho boundary along
1CN44 OS" E true 291.0 feet along
1( S 2105' E true C05.0 feet nlong
18 S 10 30' W true 128.5 feet along
19S31 10'Etiue 206.7 feet along
SO N 24 22' E true 2737.0 feet along Lot
"C" to King street
21 N-69 12' W true 599.5 feet along
King street to the Inlf-tl ,
point, and containing an aiea of 39 ar.J '
n.l. n ncrilnn of (Irani 30uK L M
Cullv and L. C. A. 0710:4 Hauraa,
7-0 ------- ----
Walklkl, Kona, Oahu.
Ueglnnlng at a point on the North ,
side of Walklkl road at peg on No. th ,
.. . .1 t !. nn... I, a I
uanH 01 Aianaiu sireaui, inu oomo .-
Ing the South corner of Brunt '10Jb, During my absence from the Tern
and running as follows Itory. A names, Esq., will net for tie
1 N 28 28' W true 589.0 feet alone I under full Power of Attorney, office
Iload tocormirof Hoothlanii
2 N 59 55' E true 22.9 feet along
3N2504'Etruo 07,0 feet alone
4NC2'24'Etruo 140.0 feet along
Booth land to East corc-
5 N 31 10 Wtrue 151.0 feet along
6 N 24 22' E true 2737.0 feot alon
Lot "H" to King street
7 S 69 12' E true 599.5 feet alona
SS 1140' Etnie 3C7.0 feet nlong
stone wall to corner of 1
C. A. 3721 11:1
9S50 Oo'WMag. 541.0 feet along l-
C. A. 3C21 11:1
10 S 10 CO' W Mng. 99.0 feet along 1 .
C. A. 3C21 11:1
11 N 03 00' E Mng. 501.0 feet along I.
C. A. 3C21 B:l to stone wal'
12 S 20 30' E Mag. 201.0 feet along
i' W? 'I'flli nPUI rk A ItVl :ii
., -o i jt- 1 1
will have some of them inOer yjitr
Every man who ha a pain or wr
dortor Tjllls and lots of trouble.
how 1 rure Inclose this ad.
A . li l Villi CV
Dr. M. H. McLsusiilin, X
Never Sold By Agents
13 S 70" 00' n Mag 37.0 feet along Hon.
1 wall to corner of L. C. A
1 l 10479 Naukana
U3 2r3u'WMng 92.1 feet along I
C. A. 10479 Naukana
IS S 40s 30' E Mng 213.8 feet alopg U
C. A. 10179 Naukana
lt S 54- 00' V .Mag. 80.0 feet along Ka
pcau L. C. A. 8441 & 3o31
17S7C 00' W.Mag. 118.0 feit along VC
1 ....an t r a cm jr. ir.t4
ls s 33 ofl. E 3740 f(?et aloDg Ka.
prau I.. C. A. 8441 & 3534
iSONttf 45' K. ag. 99.0 feet along Ka
I peau L. C. A. 8441 U 353
,21N30 30' B. Mag. 57.4 ftct along K
peau I.. C. A. 8441 & 3534
22 S01 30' b; Mag. 213 8 feet along I
C C223.2 C rapnakia
.1"' B .MPg. 30.3 f?t
23 S 2t.
24 X 44'
0' B Mag. CO 0 feot
00' E .Mng. 304.0 ftet to coror
of L. C. A. 8315:2
i'0'WMag. 80 5 feet along L.
C. A 8515:2
27 S C 1 0'i' V Mag. 94 3 feet alons 1-
C A. 8315.2
ip'p' V Mag. SC.4 fett along I..
C. A. 8315:2
30' W Mag. 122.0 fett along V
L A '.ill 2
'30' W.Mag. BOO fett along 1
C. A. 8315:2
' vii' W Mag. CO.O feet along
corner of L. C, A. 8515:2
00' W Mag. 105.0 feet along
torncr of L. C.'A. 8515:3
00' K Mag. 33.0 feet along
corner of. L. C. A. 8515:3
00' K Mag. 1C7.1 feet along cor
ner of L. C. A. 8315:2 to
.ianj. nf stream, thence follow Inc
vn,.h i,.t r 0.r,.nm ,n ,v, initial
, and contanlng an area 0,
!aml c9.,0o aereS.
Said sale will be made subject to
.,. H.in ,-.,.,. in ,i, ..,m nf
" " "
t..A.,it Oft nt... li tltn .lnfcrwlamt Th
WMiiti inmi nmi i.nan As.orlknon.
Ltd . to the said defendant, James Mc-
!Kee. due ln three years from the SlJt
'da of January. A. 1). 1902. with inter-
est at the rate of 8 per cent per ;in-
1 num. pavable semiannually, and of
' record in the office of the Itegittrar 01 '
Convevances In I.lher 23U. pp. 379 to
31-2 inlluslve, and subject further to
1 confirmation by one of the flonorable
Judges of the Circuit Court of Cio
1 rlrst Clieult
Terms of Sale Cash
U S ?old
coin, deeds by Messrs. Klnno. Ballon '
and McClanahan. solicitors lor com-
plalnant. at the expense of the uur-
chasers, from whom further jartlcj
lars :r.n he had.
Dated Hono'iilu, August Utb, A D
19U2. KA1HRYN WIDDIF1ELD.
Will E Fisher. Auctionc'e.r, will con
duct the above sale.
"777 H r, rr nA
All customer of Q. H."B.rre and
jthe Berry Commeielal Agtnc are re-
ques-ted and noiuVd to pay money on-
, t0 Q. Berreyi or hls cltr) Hnrry
hl;w; ... . . . v ....,, hM
notes and valuable papers, lost in the
. , -
W"l' "l0l-'K nre' m '" """ "
eotiatcu. y. " """.'
Honolulu, T. II.. Aug. 25, 1902.
jjo 79 M'rchant St.
P. H Bl'KNETTE.
The undersigned has bought all In-le-reet
In the- firm of MacKtmie & Ker
nancies, piumbtis, In which he was a
nartner. and will carry on the busi
ness as heretofore under the name of
MncKcnzle & Fernandez. All bills duo
and o.vlng to or by tbo firm will bo
hettled by and with blm. All work
guaranteed and the samo satisfaction
given At Emma near neretanla St.;
Tel. Whlto 2452.
VINCENT FERNANDEZ, Jit.
Honolulu. Aug. 23, 1902. 2232-2W
Fine job printing at the Bulletin
ijq i-ip. ;
It tells you that your kidneys and .'
vital organs are brcakluu down. .
When y in feci a twin In veur fiarl: ''
ou lad letter altend to It.. Th.sc. W
are nicimnEcs tilling joii of J
out nervei, weak Milne) nnd
You know tbo cause and you Knew
what It meant!, ho look to It in time.
Dr McLnughlln's Electric Holt will
cure In ten diiyii. It restores tho
warm healthy llfo to the nerves and
Alen, Oltliu, H. T.. .Ian 11, 1902.
Dr .f 0 McLaughlin.
Dear Sir My health Is giontly Im
proved by tlfe uio of our belt, nnl I
recommend tbo treatment to nil per- li
sons who nie ulftlcted with rheum: Vj
tlm. 1 hnve spoken to several of uiv jt
friend" wbo hnVo neon the great -j
change In my health, nnd I belleo you
JltMpertfully joins. !
EDWARD II. MIKALE.Vt. J
aknem should hnve one. It savrq :'(,
me nnd you my book doscilhl-i;; .'j
or Drug Stores.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Flrtt Judicial Circuit, Territory of
In the M jitter of the Estate of
fremiti CI. Campbell,
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S
SALE Or REAL ESTATE.
By order and decieo of the Honor
ablt fleorne 1). Oenr. Second Judge if
the Circuit Court of the Klrst Clieult,
sitting at chambers In tho nlui en
titled matter, 1 will offer lor sale and
sell at public auction on I'llclny. tin
6tb day ol tieptember, 1902. tit tli
I root entrutue of the Judiciary build
Inj, In Honolulu, Oahu, the i.irccls of
land Otiuite In said Honolulu, here-
1. All that piece or parcel of lam'
iltimtt ut Mauluklkepa. Walklkl, wild
Hcnolulu, ntul bounded and destrlhed
llet-innlnt; at the West corner of this
piece and running: N. 17 K. 133 fee.
N 51 10' W. 117 feet nlong portion of
this 'and theme.;
N. 43' E 119 leet, N. IS" W. 50 feet
N. 73 E 159 feet to Government road,
a (5C E. lOOriet along makal side of
S. 43 W. .'79 leet along stone Wall.
S. 41 E 105 G rect along stone wall.
S. 52,V.132f,et along stono wall,
(N - ,W, ' t0 lni,,' "Int' .,
An. 1 5J00 - u(!ll Prt''"
tL 'ZZ V "" , ln J10?"1
Patent No J579, Land CommlHsloti
4nrl l..t r.qln nil r.Ot'.i . Lntn.
.-iu tiuiiiuti o-ii till'l tm'i 1 l nit-
ma Bnd Nukookoo, and tbo same preni
' tonv.yrd to said Jamea Osborne
"' "K"' ' "' V ' . . V .,
0" ' Tv"mr ,n ,,,'e. "c
iit"T nnlc 0am'- '" ,'",or 1CI on
- "'rtnln nlero or paicel of
lan(i ""te nt hapaukca, WalklUI.
faili Honolulu, being a pin Hon of the
0I I. "" '""'i ' '"'
,-nn1 Commttslon Award No. i.l3. Ap
Ofl 4n I1 lrn.nnliinlii n.iil no. lLinlill"ll
us. iu . luuiuimiiiii, miu ,...,... ,,....,,,,
u01" """ uebc-riiii-ii us loimws.
(BtKlD"1"K.nt,1! .rl ?"""
- IJ'.vi.l llnli.nl l:ii .Til I ntiil I'nltl. I
' Ht-jiil IWent No 3379. Land Com-1
ml"lon A""1",118 "n n'';1 tn
lama and Nnkookno and rumilu
follows by magnetic bearings:
1. N l'.500'W. 86 feet along road:
2. S. 42 00' W. 112 feet to corner of It.
I P. 3579;
3 N. 73 00' E. 159 feet along It. P. 3579
I to Initial point;
Area, 4611 square feet; nnd being
the same premises conveyed to James
Osborne by deed of tho Trustees under
ice win 01 iicrmco 1-. iiismip. um. u
rftiruury , xojj, unu rfcurutju in cam
neglster Office lu Liber 188. on pnKcsul)om lu ,,.,, ntl (lllbH iu ,,,. liml,,.r
I tvJiU. ..I KiitJL't Ktlnif ill nt fiirtm. wiiw thnt tlipri
' SaU1 p0rcC" adJln anJ (rm 0n l0tiwen. no heudri to (he vailcn., orgunlza
of Bn(li rurUlcr information concern- , .,. ,, ,.., r,
lng tald purcels of land may bo obtnln-
cl nt tne ouico or vv. u. amiin, juuci ,
building, Honolulu. Sale subject tfi ,
confirmation by tho Court. Deed at 1
expense of pu. chaser ,
iinitn lioiioiuiu. auKiihi uiu. u'.. ,
.Administrator of the estate ot Donald
O Campbell, ulliiH Janes Osborne,
2217 Aug. C, 9, 13, 10, 20, 23, 27. 30;
E. R. BATH, Plumber
Located at 105 King St.,
Opposite Young Illdg.
Telephone Main 61.
AGENT FOR THE CELEBRATED
THE ORIGINAL HAWAIIAN
QUINTET and GLEE CLUB.
B. Jone Manager
Music for all occasions.
Leave orders at Havvn. News Co.
, Music Dept.. and at 113 Hack Stand
ST. DAVID'S HOUSE,
715 Howard St., Near Third,
TUI. I one ol l-ie IteM I liniiin Hmum's Id San
Iiantl.co uimt-niemh I -alij t- llit Lrni.r ul Hit
ell) ttmatret etv rimDit n .ultu tnj .mulf
tcr)thln;.lctin atvj nnt
I Howard St. electric cars pass the door.
Weekly Edition of the Bulletin, V
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., WEDNESDAY, AUO. 17, 1902.
Instruments Filed for Record Aug. 26,
J. Knlun -1. K. KiiHlpiiun . . . I).
1. itiiiwak J. It, II. Uett V. .).
i It. II Ilett-I. Iltnwlck I)
It. Andrew bT K. Lnlakea . . !'l I).
T. K Liilnkva It. Andrews. . I'ar I)
It. Andrews Auk lltimliurii .... I)
U11II1 tin Pub. Co.- Bishop & Co
U. I! Ilonrdmau S. Kubey ... Itel
S. Kubey and wife P. L. Dcnttli 1)
V. I. Dciitch II. Kubey 1)
K. I'unl 1 1 ill. CIioiik Chong . I
Clioiig Doug Hie I'oy .... 11 S I.
K. W t'linppi C J Coopei I' '
K. II Coopi r ( I Coopei I' At
K W. C'cicipct C" .1 Coiiper . I'.At
BY FIFTH DISTRICT
(ContlniKd fium I'age 3 )
"In coming here thu eienlnu f
was with the Intention of opposing '
nnjtliliiK In the wn of n dlttntlon to
the convention, but the Introducer or
the levolutluti we hnve Just heard lias
put It In such 11 shape thnt I inunot,
"I inn hinrtlly In fnwu of iciuutj
unil municipal goiernment. M onl) j
mlsglilng N what the result will be. 1
However. I bulleie thnt n start sbciulil
be mncle. The responsllftllty mut be
phiieil somewhere. Two jenrs ngo c
vent down to defeat. If tilt Itepubllc
nn party ptatfniin does not i-ontnln this
car n plank nil county nnd municipal
f,oernment. we will nguln go down to
defeat, nnd for this second defeat we
will be held accountable. I am In fa
ur or such a plank In the platform of
the party. If It Is not Included npd wo
go down to defeat the seecid time, lit
the responslblllt rest with those hn
"I 11m in fnor of a beginning being
made. I feel sure that the npproprla
tloiis mncle by the Leglslnture for run
nlng the gowrnment would not lino
to be Increased Bcrthlug In the
wn of expense could be covered with
nut .1 cent more lit taxation. I mil will
lug to shoulder m share of the respou
fcll.lllli In this mntter, even If I du
have to pa extra tnxts.
"1 believe the Itepubllc an pnrij to
be the paitj that will bring the gient
tst pood tu the greatest number, and
I wnnt In be nble In sny to m" people
ln.it It was tin Itepiilillcan and no the
j.oiiii' Itule p:ut tliut gave them coon
t mill 1111111I1 Ipnl goieinment. It wu
oppose the people In this matter the
people will get count) and munlclnnl
government lu spite of the Hepiibllcnn
Carter Wsxes Sarcastic.
.Ml Carter said that If one amend
1111 nt were added to the resolution, the
committee could probably accomplish
a lot more by voting on tho matter of
the Delegate to Washington nnd tell
lug the people that the work had nil
been done. He had heard much com
ment on the cnll for the meeting of
the PHlli District Committee, for the
purpose of considering matters per
taining to a party platform. What
would the 1'ifth District Committee du
If the Territorial Convention should
Ecck to take some- of Its work Into Its
bands" That was precisely the utll
tude the committee! was taking Jn
adopting the resolution. He, for one,
did not propose to place himself In u
poltlcin of ridicule.
Mr. Curler then stated that be was
jlll)mu , ,u,rrlll)l ,n ,uitl H,,(.nK(.r
' "l"' '"'"'s " wnrnl l'-'"'0""! '"end ol
.I'l". ''- '"'1 not see III to do this. The
Inst sp.nkei bad not dwelt on the point
iu Iih.1 Bon oil Imo an explanation
0, , ,nm. So lui as he wus cou
'(vn,.., H. ,,i 0t iciueiiibti aujthliig
jln ,hl. .K0u0, that he should object
I to In lu. t. Uric, wcie mau c.r the ,
iK, dom. tnul he wub heuitily In tuvor
1 nowevei, the wliole thing was out I
, ,. juilHdlitiou ol the committee
('inter moved foi the indefinite
em ol the tuhotutlou This
Low lu bin feet with the
1 email. "1 want tu donate thih mntter
Cutler bus not right tu get up nnd
clink o off debate.' The chair had ml
id that tbuie 1 until be no debate on a
motion tu Indefinitely po-.tpoue. Mr
C'.utei. seeing the hentiment of the
liieetliig. withdrew his motion, ami
then Ml. Ac hi made the Ktnlemeiit that
he had lundcvi mistake' 1 bout debate)
lUeHtlun to Indellliltol post
It wus debutnblu
Mi. I.iiw mi lit tli.it tlu ulifilo ttililit
laa(1 ,() ,K, ,,(Iltlul lju,, 1M ,)m)u.
Ml. P.ihla. 1 1 Dill the (itll.l side of the
It-land, vMiuteil tlilitiiu planks cut
eul, leaving mil) the one n-lirrlug In
entity mid 1111111Mp.il government
'I his wus put in the I111111 11I a mutlua
but did nut i-.ui).
The umimlttci thi-iriipmi ndjuurni-d
lu the mil ol the 1 hull
C.iinblldKC, Md . Aug 10.- nullum e
111 Doic-lu-Mir county lu which Miss
Mamie Zcrcnibs and Ralph Mcsslc-k MIOWERA
llguiu has Just come lo nolle e. OnAORANOI
July I, Miss Ziieross sent up a DhIi-
shupcil balloon, with a phntogiiiph and
a letter attmlieil. She vvalilicd It as It
c cured skyunid, and vvlu-u It wmh lost
from view she though! 1111 more of It.
After a few dnvs she retched the let
ter fioiu Ralph .Mosaic k, ili-tc-il Ocean
rity Md . man) miles uiwiy.
Mr. Mis-di-k bud found the balloon
nlong t.'ie h.ij. with tin- note .mil photo
Ci.ipli attached. He askol pi rmli-nlou
lu wilte Soon ufteiivaid lie foi w .ml
cd his own pliliire. Misx Xenicihu was
Inipnebul A little- Intel In nirlicd jt
this cltj unci Miss Zi-iiliibs met him at
the station She liivltid I Im in her
ImmUomi- liunie mid nftei n fc vv ilav
c 0111 tslilp tliey wet c man led The jiu
uiJolng the-li hone-.v moein at the I'ats
kllls Ml Messlc k Is u smlu eU-.iloi
Miss Zercross Is .'ti jems olel while Mr,
MesMck Is 20.
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
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THE 0GDEN G0ELET VILLA, OCHRE POINT, NEWPORT.
A er.i lliel) spiiwiii lino been begun at New pelt Chief nmnng the cot
tagers who nre tn lie couHpleimiis Tor IimWIi entertainment tliU season will
be tl Wllsnii girls" One ot these li. Mis Ogden (loelet, n hci has reopened,
Tor the llrt time In seiernl yenri liei miignllleeiit illla on Ochre Point
Another VIIiir ilnugbter Is the wife of the new British embassador, who
la pHnne.1 to spend the slimmer nt Newport Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbllt,
11 third WINon girl, has nlso nrrlied nt Newport for the season.
Oceanic Steamship Company
Tae stesmers ot this line will arrlvo and leave this port as he.nndur:
FROM SAN FltANCISCO. I?X)U 8AN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA AUO. 29 ALAMEDA SPT. 3
SONOMA SIU'T. 10 VENTUIIA SEPT. 9
ALAMEDA SEPT. 19 'ALAMEDA SEPT. 21
In connection with tne sailing of tco above steamers, tne agents are pre
tred to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
osd from San Francisco to all points ln the United States, and from New
fork by any steamship line to all European ports.
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GENERAL AQENT8 OCEANIC O. S. CO.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DINECT SERVICE BETWbEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
8. 8. ALASKAN, to sail about AUGUST 20th
8. 8. CALIFORNIAN, to sail about SEPT. 15th
S. S. AMERICAN, to sail about OCTOBER 15th
Freight received at Company' wharf. 42d SU South Brooklyn, at alt time.
Prom Sun FrnnclHCO
8. S. NEVADAN, to sail AUGUST 28th
8. 8. NEVADAN, to sail OCTOBER 9th
S. S. NEBRASKAN, to sail OCTOBER 30th
From Honolulu to Snn Francisco.
8. 8. NEVADAN, to sail SEPTEMBER 20th
S. S. NEVADAN, to sail ..NOVEMBER 1st
Prom Scnttlo nnd Tocomn
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For further particular apply to
C. P. iMORSB,
Ctneral Freight AflenL H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
- AGENTS. HONOLULU.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamer of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this oort on or about the date below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
KOItEA SEI'T. 2 CHINA SEPT. o
(1AELIC SEI'T. 10 DOItlC SEI'T. 12
HO.NOKONO MAIIU SEI'T. IS NIl'I'ON MAIIU SEI'T. '.0
CHINA SEI'T. 2u I'Eltl' SEPT. SO
DOItIO OCT. 4 COPTIC OCT. 7
NIPPON MAIIU OCT. 14 AMERICA MAUU OCT.' It
li:iMJ OCT. 22 KOHEA OCT. 22
COPTIC OCT. 29 (JAELIC NOV. 1
AMERICA MAIIU NuV. C HONKONC. MAUU NOV. 8
KOHEA NOV. II CHINA NOV. IS
(JAELIC NOV. 22 IMMUC NOV. 25
For general information apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., Agents
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
fltenmers of t'ie above line, running la connection wlU tho CANADI
vN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. U. C, and Sydney, N.S.vV
and calling at Victoria, tl. C, Honolulu, Suva, FIJI and Urlsbano, are DUE
AT HONOLULU on ur about the dates below stated, viz.:
from Vancouver anu Victoria, B. C. 1 Hrorn Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Brisbane and Sydney.! I (For Victoria and Vancouver. Tl. 11. 1
Through Ticket Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
turope. For Freight and Passage and all general Information, apply to
Theo. H. Davlcs
GLOBE NAVIGATION COMPANY, LTD.
PUGET 80UNDHONOLULU ROUTE.
Connecting Direct without transfer with O. N. Ily- N. P. R, and C. P.
R Lowest rates of freight from all eastern points; shortest possible time
S, S. METEOR, from Seattle, on or about .
S, S. TAMPICO, from Seattle, on or about .. SEPT. 10
For further Information address
L. E. BEI2BE,
2 Brewer Building, Honolulu. AQCNT HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Globe Nav. Co., Ltd., Se'ittle, Wash.; P. W. Rochester, 303 Market St,
8. F.! Agent of above rjads, will furnish Information.
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& Co., Ltd., GcnM AgentB.
75cts. per montn
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iBJiOSS THE CONTINENT TKO
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCllOfc
TWO TRAINS DAILY
jily THREE DAVS to CMcjl(o.
Only FOUR DAYS to New Torfc.
sllsuji Palace Sleepers, buffet, Emok.
lax snd Library Cars, with Brkj
top and Plaasast Reading Roomx.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carts).
Free Reclining Chair.
Pullman Ordinary Sleeper.
H. LOTIIIIOP, General AenL
111 Third street, Portland, Oretov.
. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
H. 1 Montgomery St., Ban FraneuK4
1. h. LOMAX. O. P. & T. A.,
1471 Omaha, Nebraska,
Hawaiian Tramways Co.
KINO STREET LINE.
Walklkl to Town and Palama Cars
leave Walklkl at 5.45, 6.00, 6:15 and
6 30 a. m and every 15 minutes
thereafter until 11.00 p. m. The
11.15 and 11 13 p. m. go to Rlfl
Rifle Range (Pawaa) to Town Car
leave Pawaa at 5.04, 6:01, 6:19 and
6:31 n. m. and every 15 mlnutet
thenafter until 11:19 p. m.
Fort and King Sts. Corner for Palama
Cars leave at 5.18. 6:18, 6:33 and
6:48 11. m., and at 15-mlnute Interval
thereafter until 11.33 p. m.
Palama for Town and Walklkl Car
leave at 5: OS. 5:38, 5:53 and 6:08
a. m., anil cver 15 minutes thereaft
er until 10:23 p. m., then at 10:63
P m. The IT 08 p m. from Palama
runs tu Pawaa onlj. except on 3U
urclavs. when It gn- to Walklkl.
Fort and King Sts. Corner for Walklkl
Cars lenve at 5 27. 3 .", 6.12 and
6 27 11 ni nnd nt 15-mlnute Intervals
thereafter until 10.42 p m., then at
11 12 p. m. The 11.42 p. m. goes to
Piiwna only, except on Saturdajs,
when It runs to Walklkl.
Pawaa to Walklkl Cars leavo at 6:2t
a. m. and ever) 15 minutes thereafter
until 10.56 p. m , then at 11:26 p. m.
BERETANIA STREET AND NUUANU
Punahou Stables to Town and Valley
Cars leave Punahou Stables at
5.30 n. m. for town only, and far
Town and Valley ut 5:40, 5:50, 0:10,
C:20, 0:40, 7:00 and 7:20 a. m., and
thereafter at tho even hour, at 10
minutes nnd nt 30 minutes past tb
hour until 10:10 p. m.
Oahu College for lown and Valley-
Cars leave at 6:30, 6:50, 7:10 and
7: to a. m., and thereafter at 20, 49
and 50 mlnu-s past each hour untU
9:50 p. m.
Fort and Queen Sts. Corner for Nuu-
anu Valley Cars leavo at b:15 a. m.
and every 10 minutes thereafter un
til 10:35 p. u.
Nuuanu Valley to Town Cars leave
Nuuauu at 6:10, 6:30 and 6:50 a. m,
and at Intervals of 10 minutes there
after until 10.50 p. m.
Fort and Queen Sts. Corner for Puna
hou Cars leavo bt 6.05, 6:25, 6:45
and 7:05 a. m., and every 10 minute
thereafter until 11.05 p. 111. The car
leaving at 5, 35 and 45 minutes past
the hour run to Punahou Stables;
those leaving at 15, 25 and 55 min
utes past the hour run to Oahu Col
lege. The last ear for Oahu College
leaves town at 9:25 p. m.
telephone to All Parts of the Mind.
J. G. HKNKIQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
T9 the Volcano or the Mountain.
An excellent chance 1 ofTwed foi .
6EB THE COUNTRY.
oarrlages meet the t). t). Mauna w
.1 Kallua and take passenger ovarian
o Hooken, where tho steamer 1 mi
O R. & L. Co.
From and after January L 181.
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