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KVKNINU BULLETIN, IIONOLTJUJ. It. T.. FRIDAY", AUOL'ST 23, 1902.
MEN! WAKE UP!
, . , , "p electricity it pours a pcml"
stream or life Into tho weak part" lontlnually for hours cmy nlpht. It
lefrcshes the nerves, expands the utal power, enriches the clieulntlon
and makes jou reel bright, actlv ami vlporoim In one night's use. ot
get stronger each day, and In a lew- weeks ou are a new man-.tmn-ger
and younger In tho fire of youth. It is grand, the method or mlii.
and every man who has ever U3"d It Is praising It.
( THY IT NOW !
Don t delay trying It. Your future happines, depcrds on vorr
checking this drain upon your vitality. ,o Mop It now, and you can b-.-re
of a long and vigorous lire, fun of the Joys or a healthy vlpor.
Don t drug. Drugs can't iv.re you. as jou know If you tried them.
My Belt cures because It Increases jour nerve power and your vitality.
U jou will call I will g"lvc yoi n free test of what I can do. If uu
.an t call scmLfor my benuMfflly Illustrated hook, telling about my
method. I send It sealed free. I have rAOOfl cures. Call or wr-'
today. Send this ad.
Dp. M. H. McLaughlin,
eniee Hours: 8 a. nt. to
Assignees' Notice ot Intention
of Foreclosure and
Notice is hereby given that puisuant
to tho power of sale contained In that
leitalo mortgage dated November 2Sth
1900. made by YICK M'Nd WA1 COM
PANY, a co-partnership formed to car
ry on the business of rice planters at
l.aie, District or Koolauloa, Island of
Oahu. Territory of Hawaii, as Mortga
gors to LAM YATIJ and YO.NO KONO
MOON, both of Honolulu, in the said
Territory, as Mortgagees, and record
rd In tho Registry of Conveyances In
Mild Honolulu In l.lber 215 on pages
.'Hi to 293. Sing l.oy, tho assignee of
the submortgage. Intends to forccloso
the said mortgage for conditions hrnk
m, to wit. tho non-payment of princi
pal and interest when due, the non
payment of taxes; tho non-payment of
lent under that certain Indentum of
lease dated October 2d. lflno, made by
i. nd between Lorenzo Snow. Trustee,
us Lessor and the Moitgagors us Lev
Fees, and the non-cultlatlon mid aban
donment or the plantation In the raid
Notice Is likewise given that tlm
bioperty assigned by the said mort
tage will be sold at public miction at
the auction rooms or James F. Morgan,
Queen Rtieet, Honolulu, on Saturday,
I he 20th day or September. l'JUi, at 12
The propel tics coveted by the mid
mortgage and to be sold as abovu con
First That certain Indenture of
lease duted the second day of October.
1800, made between Loienzo Snow or
Salt Lake City, In Utah, United States
of America, as Ttustee for the Church
ot Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
ds Lessor or the llrst part and thn
Mortgagorr as Lessees of the second
part the turn or jears thereby granted
i-lid the estute right, title and Interest
ot tho mortgagors and each of them
In and to all that ceraln tract of land
and rights ot pasture nud 11 ic wood de
scribed In and demised by the ald In-
ucnUrlo of lease or Intended so to be i
lugcther with the appuitcnauces.
Second The ciops of rice now urow
lug on the land doscilbed In the said
Thlul All wells, buildings. Impulse
ments, tools, ImplemenlH. horse-,
cows, carts, wagons und humes nil
uate on the piemUes described In said
Indentuie of lease. SINK l.OY.
Tei ins Cash, United States (".old
Coin. Deed at the expense of the pur
For further particulars apply to
Holmes c Stanley, Attorneys loi thu
Dated Honolulu, August 28, 1S"2.
All customers of Q. II. Ilcrtej and
Hie Herry Commercial Agency are re
quested and notified to pay money on
ly to Q. H. Heney, or his clerk, Harry
Tho public is hereby notified that
notes and valuable papcis, lost In the
Campbell block fire, must not be ne
gotiated. Q. II. IIKHREV.
Honolulu. T. I!.. Aug. 25, 1!M)2.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
Victor Hoffman and John K. Ully.
under the firm name of Hoffman &
Itllej-, do hereby dissolve partnership.
J. It. RILKV.
E. R. BATH, Plumber
Located at 105 King St.,
Opposite Young Hide.
Telephone Main 61.
AGENT FOR THE CELEBRATED
General Manager of
THE EQUITABLE UFE
Of the United State for the
OFFICE, Merchant Street, Honolulu.
IS YOUR BACK WEAK7
HAVE YOU DRAGGINQ PAINS?
ARE YOU EASILY TIRED?
HAVE YOU VARICOCELE?
Hne ou lost the Arc ami ni"nt;ih
f onr youth? Hao yon "romp nni
S pains in jour back and shoulders.'
u jou pruning old too soon?
It j on havp these symptoms or nay
other sign of breaking down of -w
iicmot and ltallty you will find aw
life In EU.trlclty as applied hll you
Dr. McLaughlin's Electric Belt
i made for jou. It Ik the het way 1o
000 Market St.,
30 p. m . Sundays 10 to 1
Will HI HI
FERTILIZER COMPANY IS
STARTED ON BIG SCALE
ST. LOUIS MEN HAVE MILLION
DOLLAR PROJECT AND EX
81. Loillf. August 15. A 2e-ac:e
unit in inn i nun uri-n iiiiii iinsi ii i.rai
Louis Mining & Manufacturing Co. ns
a site for a large smelter. lertillzT.
alum and acid plants and warehouses.
The contracts bno been let for the
en i Hon of the buildings and the main
plants are expected to he In operation
I ueioie January 1.
The ionipanj Is orpanlxO to fUht
I the fertilizer combine, according to
'the officer. The company has a capi
tal stoik ol ti.nno.uoo. and will spt-nd
lUii'iieu within the next few months in
the instruction ul its plants. It will
employ about Sou men when tho plants
nie In operation.
Owns Phosphate Rock.
The (umpany owns extenshe min
ing properties nt Joplln, Mo., which
are now In operation. The raw prod
uct will be shipped to the plant on the
'Cast Side and smelted, and th- "bj
iiodntts" will be convened to val
uable uses. The sulphuric acid ptvn
ott by the zinc during the smelting
process will be combined with phoK
phate rock In the manufactiiie of lei
tlllzcis. The company owns a phosphate field
ot lo.uoo acres In Tennestee. which,
accoidlng to the United Slates Ocolog-1
leal Survey, will jleld lO.uuO.U'iO tons i
of phosphate lock. The companj also
owns a large tract of bauxite land in
To Make Fertilizers.
The company expects to manufac-,
tine lertllizeis In such enoimous (juati-1
titles that Its otflceis claim St Louis'
'will become the fenlllzer market of
tbif inuntry. Ten large buildings w'lll
be eiiMted on the 20-aeie site. Tho j
lertlller, add and alum plants and
thu smelter will all be leady for oceu-
pan on or betoie tin
i.. ..I i.
tne new jear.
Several large warehouses and small- .
.. plants for the manuta.tu.e oi 'by-i,,
piodu.-ts will be erected as they aic
lietdttl An export business In phov
phate lock will be tiansactid through I
ihe St. Loulk office, hut the product I
will be shipped directly from the
phoi-phate fields In Tennessee.
100,000 Tons Annually.
The total output of the factories. It I
is i-ai). will he HiO.uou tons annually.
The ionipanj' was Incorporated in i
New Yoik in April last. The officers
Bie. Atthtn It. Jones or uuicago. preB
It'unt; Eans It. Daillngton of tl.e Dar
lington Lumber Co.. St. Louis, vice
pittldent; Mellvllle II. Kobmn. St.
I.oult. treasuier and manager, Harry
It. l.'anner. .New lorh. sccmary.
Oabrlele D'Annuiulo. the dli-tin-
gulthed Italian writer, has been rccelv- igaln niy . WW,Hnililf fobthold In this
lug during the last few months so t0,ln,,.y lt ,i,.,,(, .,,H can with
many requests for his aulogiaph from.fctKnd ,i, ,,rivnt,. Investigation helm;
collectors and udmlicis not only in made b n numhci-of lendlni: conim -i-
Italy, hut throughout Eutopc that het.a ,,aperH of London.
has at last grown tiled of signing lib
name and has udopted u novel method
of notifying the public that he Is un
able to comply with any siii-h requests
In future. In the hotel at Ilologna
where be Is staying this noii-e may
now be read "Oabrlele D'AnnunzIo'i
light hand Is Injured und therefore ho
regrets to saj that he cannot write bis
name in albums or on postal, cards.'
The undo signed has bought all in
terest In the firm of MacKcnile & Fer
naude7, plumbeis. In which 'be was a
partner, and will carry on the busi
ness as herclofono under tho numo ot
.Mm Kenzlo & Fernandez. All bills duo
nn' owing to or by tho firm will ho
sclllctl by nnd with hlra. All work
giinrnnloed and tho same satisfaction
given. At Kmnia near Heretanla St.;
Tel. Wlillo 2152.
VINCENT FERNANDEZ. JR.
Honolulu. AtifJ 23, 1802. 2232-2
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
New York, Aug. 5. President
f Lderh of tho Hoard of Health be-
Ilevtj that by next year New York
will bt frie frdm mosquitoes.
Oeorpc A Hoper, sanitary en-
glnur or tlm Hoard, Is now nt
work on u report luellmlnary to
f the txtermlnntlon of the pest. -f
The iximiiio will be slight, nc-
- cording to President Lederle.
The crjde rill costs hut J3.2S a
hari'l ami cuch ounce Is sufficient -t-
for 1'j Kjui.re feet ot wnter sur-
Pr'p 1 ' wners will be asked
to ftp In ,umI drain their own prop-
erty m 'a ,is possible, but where f
- this we ,ilil ,111011 too gicot tin ex-
pence 'bt Imard of Health will
furni'h 1ti nil and men to drive
4 out th iuiultoes 4-
INVESTIGATION OF LLOYD COM
TO GET AMPLE PROTEC
New Vo-1, August 13. The seinl-
annua) stntt'inents of the leading fire
Insurance rompnnles which hae been
compiled and published throughout thu
country do not present a nattering ap
pearane from n commercial point of
view. The companies havu been se
rloubly Lfln-tnl by several conllagru
tions wbi'h lmvo swept the country,
end rni.U nt - more conservatUe en
terprlse"; have ti.ken steps to abrogato
many; ol their outstanding contract h
with agentti for territory, and others
pre eu'kint; avjlstuuce which comes
There i umlTlable smrdty or good
insurance tln-oughout the country. In
this Statt by n special enactment In-
I llrore TiTi'lilti It Imnrian Iiln tn amxirn
I ri v .......wco,,,,, ,w x.v...v,
I ample pioteiUou for their piopcrtles.
!are rrinitt(l to Becuie meli surplus
insurnncc r.' tlmy requlie In ouiside
comp?iii. or in other winds rnmpH
nles not r itukirly peimltted to do bus
Iness In tlii'i Stute. These lolldes nie
wrlttn iiiil, r what Is termed the -u-fldcvlt
four ' meaning that In apply
ing foi In-ni.ili' e the iissilled (el titles
that h hi.' iloii'. nil things posslhte to
secure Viinplt protection In ri-gul.xr
eompciiii am' lias failed, ami Is com
pelled to I'MOtt to foreign lutupiinlcs
for furthe- inti tlon.
Th'se utfuliwits are libd with the
Insurant oiiiinlsloiier of this Stute.
and r.i pulih-d from time to time.
A peni'f.i o! tbt printed list will sur
prise nun) penons, nu It Is mude up
chley ol the ii'osl prominent llrms in
this. Sts.lt ai cfery line ot business. It
is not flint tb'j risks aic not desirable.
Iiecr.uf they ate among the most dc
blra(ile in the -tty. but betnuse tlm
proportloi!,i at. so great
companies liuve taken us large a lino
us possible luuductive to safety unit
yet the cppliuiul finds himself tinpro-
'ectd to nu npiireclable degree
Du'lng U.c Iwycnr there have be.-n
u larg uiinber of "mutual" or
"Lloydt." (tiuipuules formed In this
city, and ' cording to the plans now
outlined t .1 niiniber of pnunotcrs
there will tl.ei fall hnlf u dozen n'h
crs to ut r tto field, with the uiiuies
of many prominent business men of i
the dty t unt'ScrllieiB. The coinpu
Dies hej-()ltire existing lime I'nii'- .t
t.ood trisuoM in their line, but tho ,
lelatluns M-.ttng between tin mseles I
end tht iin-orliig public hale ueer
been 'CiMlMl because of the illflbulty
li many pnllij holilei'. In
;l0llwtllJl ,,. ()t!fl.H
It wr.s Min.eivted. In fun. that tlm
,.,,, ,4 ,,'.,,' ,' ,. ,. ,,,,
)nu iltIalrs , ,,.,. 1J( a.
,0,Oh , ,. v.,nU v)hli ,l(, (lj
,. ,.., , .,, ,.,, . .
tlilneil I' Hie Hrltlsb Llojils it-cently
has p.i.in i.roiined the intention ol tho
Kngllsh pubh'. und a flesh Imestlga
tlon is to l) made ol their condition
It will be. t inembered that I'Uni
ment lr.v,'itl(-uteil this tiememloiis
(.anitillnc s;i,uicate some time ago.
but so )-) rj had the opeiatlons been
conductefj 'lu.t nothing could be ills
covered tmt vtnuld have Justified them
In rtvokiiif the special lit else enjoy
ed or retraining them fiom future op-
The laws or America, how
ever, f.r nunc stringent than those
or (5r-M ltrituln. and It Is extremely
uniiky tlmt these cornnanles will
The I'tnuiliiaU have tailed fur in
formation trim) all th, ir nailers, and
while nont tins jt been given out It
It. hinted ttitt when It does nuiko Its
appearance Parliament will lmvo
something fungible to work on.
I lie insuruucc commlssloneis of a
number of States In this touutry havu
compiled a list of the "mutual."
Lloyds" nnd wildcat companies doing
business, (.nil this has been asslduous
1 circulated throughout the tountry.
but each year the list grows. Just at
this time, when Insurance Is rated
nbovo par, these questionable tonjpu-
Pica aro using eveiy effort to get
foothold, and when unto they have so
cured a stnnlllng It Is n simple mitter
to thaiigo to a stock compau.v If
thlnas get too hot for them.
TO CURE A UOLU m ONE DAY
fuVe laxative llrumo Quinine Tablet
All driiitrficts refund toe monny If it
tatlo to cure. K W. drove's rljguatur
M op enrh fi' F. ,ni
'I In- t'nlvurslty ol Cunlir'dtso hab de
i 'iled in i'onfr the honorary di'sreo of
ilnrtnr 'if nni'-lr npmi l'nn or H. V.
I'jr'nT. pron jur oi nn le at
Instruments Filed for Record Aug. 28.
11. V Shingle M. II. llennrr . . . Ilel.
M. 11. Ilenner Julia (llrller .. .I.
J. Olrdler H. W. Shingle Mtg.
(1 Ktinst C. Ilrowti, adutr V M.
1' (1. Samiisca-C. M. Cioi.c. Ltd..M
H. ('. Winston Y. Y Illrr.se et nl
Khi K. Kaleleonalanl K. W. C.
Mary Lucas IVIo et al Hel.
II. Machado II. Kaahannklul M.
V. Sprcckels & Co. (1. Ki:t.8t . . .A.M.
Kohula Hug. Co Hank of Hawall.T.l)
A. Ilarnes. (iinir (.'has. Cay I)
Chas (lay W. 0. Irwin M
Chns. (lay Illshop & Co M
Instruments Filed for Record Aug. 20.
S Omura and wife Keu Fat L.
Recorded August 21, 1902.
V.H..- I. Stoitli mil IiiihImihI to V
V Allen. inisriM- iiii.ll.tounl charge;
lot IS and portion lot 17, Mnnoa
Heights, Honolulu, Oulm; J75rt. Hook
2.1H. page li.ll. Dated August 20. 1902.
I. Asmla to V. Motoshige: bill of
sale, lire claim award No. 0i"3, lor
l2.Sni.lo; U. tloulS33. page 303. Da
ted August 12, 1902.
Recorded August 22, 1902.
J. W. L. Ijipaulla et al. to K. 1.
Leslie, affidavit foreclosure; (Irani
1971 nud portions Orant 1971 and II. P.
Cno'l. Kill. 9197. South Konn. Hawaii.
Hook 23rt, pae 311. Dated August j2.
II. N. Ciabhe to Loveloy & Co.;
chattel mortgage; one-half Inteiesl In
leasehold, fuinltitrc. etc., No. 20 Hotel
street. Honolulu. Oahu; l,S(iG.77.
Hook 2.10, page Jfil. Dated August 21.
S. C. Allen to n. Phillips; deed:
flit I'l of Allen trai t. Kewato street, H
noliilii, Oahu; SS.iiOU. Hook 211. page
7s. Dated August 21. 19U2
J. M. Monsarrat to M. D. Monsar-
i.it; p.iitltlon deed; portion It. P. 27.
Kill. S-it. Adams lane, Honolulu, O.ihu,
Hook 211. page 8S. Dated August 2.
Recorded August 23, 1902.
V. J. Ijiwrey to IL I). llniris;
d I. portion (Irani :n;7 nnd UU.s. Kl-
irm stieet, Honolulu. Oahu; $1. Hook
12. page 7o. Dated August lii. 1902.
Lnokii and wife to W. C. Irwin:
deed; It. P 2H2'i. Kill. Bo77. Kallnu.
Kool'jiipoko Oahu; JJ.'o. Hook 212.
page U.S. Dated August 23. l'Ji2.
II. S Thompson to .1. M. Ilnss,
ileed: (Iriint 4'.i;S. Kabukii. North Hi
ll, i vail. (T'lt. Hook 212. page GK
Ml. d Viigui I.I. 19112.
.1. P Dlas to Portuguese Mutual
llenellt Society; deed: Ap. 1. It P. It
::.. Kulllil. Honolulu. Oahu: $1 Hook
212. page i'.7. Dated August 21. I!'V2
i: 11. Mossmin to T. It. Mnssmin
levoeatlou power ol nllorney, all pre
vious poweis. Hook 23.,, page 39.S
Dateil August 23. 19"2.
Young llltig to Young l.uu Chung,
bill ol sale, interest III Hop Kce Co.
mid I. In Hong Co.. Honolulu. Oahu.
7i". Hook 235. page 397. Dated An
gust 22, 1902.
I.. Palau to 11. Nleinan; bill of sate,
llle chlm 112 for 770; l. Hook 2:i".
page 390. Dated August '..i. 19(12.
Recorded August 26, 1002.
M. I). Moimnrrut to J. M. Monsar
nit; deed; portion It. P. 20, Kill. 1ii2i,
and It. P. 27. Kill. 8"l. Union street,
Honolulu. Oahu. Hook 211. page SS.
Dated August 20, 192.
KEEP YOUR MEMORY BUSY.
Memory due not "fall" except III
lo-. of all the faculties; simply geth
went, unit l.-inmilil fin- ljiiI of n-in-..
Just as the phjsical organs do
People often say, ' My memory Is
falling." when It is ically s good as
vter. If Ihej would glo it a.i'll.uiei'
A wonl, ,i dale, a numo. an incident
loniei, up or. ruiber. falls to tome up
when jnu want It. There sernii In
be no possible way ot rcmenihci lug It j
You make two or time ulTnits. give up i
and say: J
"Theie's no use; It's gun" from nie"
Nuuscnse! It h.un't. It lb then- Jut
ui much us it ever was. only there air
j lot of things over It. Keep at work,
bilng jour will lo bear upon It; try
mid try, nnd after a while jou can get
And, liellci.j-nii will tlm! that llle ex
ult Ise rciiulieil In remembering It will
help jnu next time, and that a little
toil and determination put together
will urioiupllsh wonders In the whole
range of faculties. Look over j'our
memory, see where you lire most dcll
clent and exerrtse It In that respect.
You can do It any odd time while jou
are walking, riding, resting after a
day's work, or listening perhaps to a
dull speaker. Don't lit a few failure.!
dini-ourago jou. The long ton blots of
recollection, lined upon both sides with
valuable material, will be opened for
jou. becnufo of jour Importunity. K
jou use It. Huston IJcralil.
About iHiml we have much to Icum
IH'MrlblnK Mime late trials of fon I
IhoniH. Lord ItaylelKh, an authorli ou
the bubject, utated that Hiohu havlui;
tllllitle.il instead of cliciilar coneu bent
bpiead the Miund hoilzontally when
thi long axis, which was four times the
length of thu shorter, was MTtleal. Th"
anomaly of the silent rone, on both
sides of which the sound la heard. Is
still a mystery. It hna been thought to
he due to Interference between wavrsi
of sound lejclijtiK thn xpot dlieet and
those rctlecled by the sea, hut failure
In recoer ihn sound by rlliuhliiK n tall
mast t hiowx doubt on the theory. One
fog hum at a station may he better
than several, us two or more soitnd.i
m,i y tend lo ueiitiullze ono anolhir.
laincfi l..ine Allen, the author. hiis
that one of tho plenHantest thltuts In
the life of a writer Is Hie lecoptlun of
litters of applet luliun limn people nn
I nown to hi in "I buve thouaht It
loiiiewh.it litimiKH Hut I lime hnd
"ore lilonill I'm old of till i kind fioui
Texua than lioui any other nu.irlcr ot
the I'iiIou." Hays .Ml. Allen. "TlH'j
weu penned by people ol eldrtit nil
lure and rellneni"iit, and I have mery
rUht to be piond of my large cliclu'
of uuknown friends In the big
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- is .t- im is -
t' " -r' . - .- "' lrf' "
IS .iii .' - - - -
J. PIERPONT MORGAN'S YACHT CORSAIR. IN WHICH HE HAS
BEEN CRUISING ABROAD.
The yacht which .1. Plcrpotit Morgan has lieen using In foreign water
while visiting ciuperoti. k'ngs ,-ltiil tin sm illci frj of io,ul,.i 1 bN new
Cor-ir. She w-.is bulll nt New burg, nu lb.- HiiiNon. In l-ike the place of a
foiiner Coisalr which Mr. Moignn sold to Hie gmci iin.-ui at the beginning
of tin- NintiMi-Aiiierf hii war iiml which, n the filnin e.ler. iliil such goxl
work nt the liuttleof Sitnllngo Hiy. Tin- new t'ms'ili wu-. launched In Decern
bcr. isn-l. She Is n speeil.v craft ami In lull n large as mi oi-eini tcamei
She Is .".02 feel out all. .':,. feet on the w.n i iu,., :k! fis-1 !1 Ini-hes beam. 11
feet 0 Inches deep and draws II teet H lie n-t of wnter. She hnx ten stale
rooms, n library, six bathrooms nnd a dlnl'u miIooii on the lower deck. Thie
Is nlo ii saloon on the main deck, lo say nothing or a tremendous gilley, a
big cliaitiooni and a commodious statcrimui on Hie main deck. Tho Corsair
has ii bunker capacity of B5() tons, or t-noiuli lo cro the Allnolte nud half
way Inch again at a lirtceii knot gall The yacht Is rlggisl with two poln
masts and bowsprit ami carries Hirer liitiucli-ss. one gig n llfehoai nml j cutter.
"4 r ri it3 ns vi rv; u rm nt m
Oceanic Steamship Company
ni ttemen of this line will arrive and leave this port aa h,andi:
rROM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMHDA AUG. 29,AI,AMi:D.V S-PT. I
SONOMA SIM'T. 10
In connection wltk tn; sailing or tne above steamers, me agents are pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road, from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New
rork by any steamship line to all European porta.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPI.T TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co,, Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT 8ERVICS BCTWbEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
8. S. ALASKAN, to sail about AUGUST 20th
S. S. CALIFORNIAN, to sail about 8EPT. 15th
S. S. AMERICAN, to sail about OCTOBER 15th
Freight received at Company's wharf, 12d St., South Brooklyn, at an timet.
From Scin Frtincltico
S. S. NEVADAN, to sail AUGUST 28th
S. S. NEVADAN, to sail OCTOBER 9th
S. S. NEBRASKAN, to sail OCTOBER 30th
From Honolulu to Stin Rrnnctwco.
S. S. NEVADAN, to sail SEPTEMBER 20th
3. S. NEVADAN, to sail NOVEMBER 1st
From Scuttlu unci Tnconm
S. S. HAWAIIAN, to sail AUGUST 10th
For further particulars apply to
C. P. fflORSB.
Ssneral Freight ABent. H.
Pacific ril Steamship Go,
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this oort on or about the dates below mentioned.
rOR JAPAN AND
IIOMIKONO MAUI' . .
a.mkuica mauu . . ..
For general Information apply to
H. Hackfeld &
CanadianAustraIian Royal Mail
Steamers of the ahovo lino, running In connection vrltu the CANA9I
H PAOIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. 11. 0., and Sydney, N.8.W,
and calling at Victoria, I). C, Honolulu, Suvn, Fiji nnd Drlsbane, are QUE
AT HONOLULU on or about thu dates beluw stated, viz.:
'rem Vancouver anu Victoria, B. C. i from 8ydney and Brisbane.
(For Drlsbane and Hydney.) (For Victoria and Vancouver. I). U.
MIOYVKRA .AUO. 20 MOVN.V SF.PT. 21
AORANCH SEPT. 27 I MIOWIIIlA .... OCT. 22
.MOANA .. OCT 2:i'.0ltNC.l NOV. 19
MIOWIIIIA NOV 22' MOAN V .. DF.C. 17
Tbrougk Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
turope. For Freight and Passage an I all general InformaUon, apply to
Theo. H. Davles fir Co.. Ltd., Gcn'l Aftcnto.
GLOBE NAVIGATION COMPANY, LTD.
PUGET SOUND-HONOLULU ROUTE.
Connecting. Direct without trausfo.- with Q. N. Ity., N. P. R., and C. P.
R. Lowest rates of freight from all eastern points; shortest posslbln time.
!S. S. METEOR, from Seattle, on or
S. S. TAMPICO, from Seattle, on or
For furtbor lutonnutlon address
2 Brewer Building, Honolulu.
I Globe Nav. Co., Ltd., Qe-ittle, Wash.; P. W. Rochester, 303 Market St.,
I8, F.i Agent of above rjjdi, will furnish Information,
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
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YKNTURA SDPT. 1
HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
NIPPON MUU . .
A.MintlCA MAUU .
Co., Ltd., Agents
ibout .. SEPT 10
U. E. BEEBE.
AGENT HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
atmOM THE CONTINENT riO
Saa Francisco-Pori land
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM BAN FRANCUO
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Ml TilHKB BAYS to Chlca).
Only FOUR DAYS to New Torm.
"wan Palace Sleeper, lloffet, Emok.
tig and Library Cars, -with Barfcaa
Shop ani Fleatani Reading Room,
Dining Cara (Meal a-Ia-cartl.
Tree Reclining Chair,
rullman Ordinary Sleeper.
'. a. LOTimOi , General Agent.
Its Third street, Portland, Ortfoav
1. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agaat,
He. 1 Montgomery St., San lYasdaM
I. h. LOKAX Q. F. A T. A.,
14TI Omaha, Nebraska,
Hawaiian Tramways Co.
KING STREET LINE.
Walklkl to Town and Palama Car
leave Walkiltl nt 5:15, 6:00. 6:15 and
6:20 a. ni., nnd every 15 minute
thereafter until 11:00 p. m. Th
11:1S and 11. IS p. m. go to R1S
Rifle Range (Pawaa) to Town Car
lenvo Pawaa nt 5:01. 6:04, 6:19 an
6:21 a. ni. and every 15 mlnutet.
thereafter until 11:19 p. m.
Fort and King St. Corner for Patama
Cars leave nt 5:18. 6:18, 6:33 and
6. 18 n. m and at 15-mlnuto Interval
thereafter until 11.33 p. m.
Palama for Town and WalkIM Car
leave nt 5: OS, 5-38, 5:53 and 6:01
a. ra., nnd every 15 minutes thereaft
er until 10:23 p. m., then at 10:51
p. in. The IT US p. m. from Palama
runs to Paw an only, except on Sat'
urdnyx, when It goe to Wnlklki.
Fort and King St. Corner for Walklkl
Cars leave nt 5:27, 5:57, 6:12 ant
6:27 u. m., and nt 15-mluute interval
thereafter until 10.42 p. m.; then at
11 12 p. ni. The 11:42 p. m. goes U
Pawaa only, except on Saturday,
when It runs to WalkllU.
Pawaa to Walklkl Can leave at 5:2
n. in. and eery 15 minutes thereafter
until 10 56 p. in.; then at 11:26 p. m.
BERETANIA STREET AND NUUANU
Punahou Stables to Town and Valley
Cuvs leave Punahou Stables at
5:20 a, m. for town only, and for
Town and Valley at 5:40, 6:60. 6:19,
6:20. 6:10, 7:00 and 7:20 a. m and
thereafter nt the even hour, at It
minutes and at 30 minutes past th
hour until 10:10 p. m.
Oahu College for town and Valley
Cam Ieau at 6:20, 6:60, 7:10 and
7:40 a. in., and thereafter at 20, 10
nnd 50 mlnuin past each hour until
9:50 p. nt.
Fort and Queen St. Corner for Nuu
anu Valley Cara leavo at 6:15 a. m.
nnd every 10 minutes thereafter un
til 10:25 p. u.
Nuuanu Valley to Town Cars leave
Niiiianti at 6:10, 6:30 and 6:50 a. m,
and at Intervals of 10 minutes there
after until 10.30 i. m.
Fort and Queen Sts. Corner for Puna
hou Cars leavo it 6.05, 6:25, 6:4t
and 7:05 a. in., nnd every 10 minutes
thereafter uulll 11.05 p. m. Tho car
leuvlim nt 6. 35 and 15 minutes past
the hour run to Punahou Stables;
thubo lculn at 15, 25 and 55 min
utes past the hour run to Oahu Col
lege. The hint cur for Oahu Collega
leaven town nt 9.23 p. m.
O. R. & L. Co.
from and after January 1, 181.
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Music for nil occasions.
Leavo orders at Hawn. News Co,
Music Dcpt., and at 113 Hack Stand.
ST. DAVID'S HOUSE,
715 Howard St., Near Third,
Tin-, it one ol the Hett LoJetac Homes in Sa
liamiMO conveniently loAtcJ to tne centrr ol ete
lt Us Atrei, etc aoo rooms, en suite .nj single
L er thing clean anj neat
Howard St. electric cara pas the door.
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