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THB PACITIO COMMERCIAL ADVERTISES, HONOLULU, TUESDAY, APRIL 6. 1909.
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AND KEEP HEALTHY.
For the Week Ended April 3, 1909.
Honolulu, A;nl .", If 09.
Mean temperatures slightly higher
than during the preceding week were
reported from the Kohala, HamaK.ua
and southern portion of the Hilo dis
tricts of Hawaii, the Kuia, Koolau and
Hamakualoa districts of Maui, the Koo
laupoko district of C ihu, and the Wai
mea district of Kauai; elsewhere lower
mean temperatures were reported.
Light rainfalls -were reported from
Hawaii and Maui, and all stations on
those islands having a record of ten
or more years report less rainfall than
the average. The deficiencies, in inches,
in the several districts were: Hawaii
Kohala 0.57 to 0.79, Hamakua, 1.11 to
1.13, Hilo 1.05 to 3.87, Puna 1.78, Kau
1.23 and 1.24, and Kona 0.10; and
Maui Hamakualoa 0.23, and Waiiuku
0.03. On Oahn and Kauai there was
more rainfall thn the average, except
ing on the lower levels of the Ewa
district of Oahu where there was a
slight deficiency. The excesses in the
several districts were: Oahu Koolau
poko 2.26 to 2.46, Honolulu 0.14 to 3.36,
and Waianae 0.26; and Kauai Wai
On the windward side" and the up
lands of the leeward side of Oahu ex
cessively heavy rains fell on the 2nd,
and the greatest amounts of rainfall
for the week were reported from those
districts. The total amounts of rainfall
in inches, for the week were: Hawaii
Kohala 0.64 to 0.81. Hamakua 0.6" to
1.25, Hilo 0.87 to 2.64, Puna 0.55 to
2.33, Kau 0.00,' and Kona 0.5S to 0.83;
Maui Koolau 1.79 to 2.43, Hamakualoa
1.85, Hana 0.705 Kula 0.00, and Wai
iuku 0.00 to 0.18; Oahu Koolauloa 1.05,
Koolaupoko 3.51 to 4.31, Honolulu 0.82
to 5.43, Ewa 0.16 to 6.18, and Waianae
0.69; Kauai Puna 0.85 to . 1.75, anu
Waimea 1.39 to 1.80; and Molokai, 0.95
There was less rainfall than during
last week in the Koolau, Hamakualoa
and portions of. the Waiiuku districts
of Maui, and in all districts of Hawaii,
excepting in a portion of the Kona
district; elsewhere there was more ram-
fall than during the preceding weea.
In the. Hilo district of Hawaii the de
ficiencies were material ranging from
2.60 to 6.05 inches. In the Koolaupoko
district and at the higher levels of the
Honolulu district of Oahu, in the Wai
mea district of Kauai, and along the
southern coast of Molokai the excesses
5n rainfall over the previous week were
marked- on Oahu ranging from 3.25
to 3.83 inches, and 1.21 to 1.85 inches
on Kauai and Molokai.
The following table shows the week
ly averages of temperature and rainfall
for the principal islands ana tor the
Hawaii . . . . 68,1 deg. 1.00 inch.
Maui ; . . . . 68.4 deg. 0.87 inch.
Oahu , : . . . . 69.9 .deg. 2.56 inch.
Kauai . . . . . 70.6 deg. 1.45 inch.
Molokai . . . . 68.8 deg. 1.90 inch.
Entire Group . 68.8 deg.' 1.38 inch.
At the local office of the U. S.
Weather Bureau in Honolulu showers
occurred daily and totaled .82 inch, .14
above the normal for the week, and .19
more than last week's. The maximum
temperature was 77 deg., min. 62 deg.,
and mean 69.5, 1.8 deg. below the! nor
mal, and 0.1 deg. lower than the pre
ceding week's. . The mean daily rela
tive humidity varied from 78 per cent
to. 65 per cent and the mean for the
week was 73.7 per cent. Northeasterly
winds prevailed, with an average hour
ly velocity of 8.4 miles. The mean daily
ibaronietsr ranged from 30.04 to' 30.14
inches, and the mean for the. week,
30.07, was 0.05 inch' above normal.
WM. B. STOCKMAN;
IN GOOD GONDlTfQN
The usual monthly meeting of this
society took ""place,; yesterday at Ka
waiahao church, a very large gathering
-of the members being present. Miss
Lucy K. Peabody presided, among the
officers present being .Mrs., Emma Na
wahi, vice president; Mrs. LabLMhi
Webb, the efficient secretary;' Mrs.
Ellen Dwigh-i, auditor; Mrs. Abbie Hop
kins, collector j Mrs. Maria Smith, trus
tee. Reports of officers showed the so
ciety to be in a flourishing condition,
though its ranks have been curtailed
by death, the reporr showing seventeen
deaths during the twelve -months prior
to January 1 of the present year. Tne
accounts and bills showed that the rela
tives of deceased members were liber
ally assis;ed in the jnatterof funeral
expenses, aud there were also grants
made for the relief of sick members.
Altogether this society is doincr eood
work in a very quiet way, and the of-
ncers are aeservmg of every eneour
iigeiiieut. To show the popularity of this so
ciety of Hawaiian ladies, the member
ship now totals over the 600 mark, and
there are many applications awaiting
medical examination .before being ad
mitted. During the latter part of las-t year
the society purchased land and a house
as a future home, the purchase price
paid being $4000. According to the re
ports of yesterday the society will soon
be able to pay off more than half that
amount, and with the present rate of
revenue eolectiou it will not take long
to pay off the balance of the mortgage
on the property.
There are three assessments levied
to each member every month. They
are: Land dues, 25c; monthly dues,
25e, and a funeral assessment, 25c. Re
ceipts for the past five months toward
land dues were as follows:
Fivrt months' rent of land in
Land dues collected by Mrs.
Abbie Hopkins 283.50
Pro ceeds of concert and dance . '
1 at Hawaiian Hotel' on Janu
: ary 'AO, viz.:
Collected l.y Mrs. Lilia Aholo,
Received at the door on even
ing of entertainment 51.50
Puneh taule, Mrs. E. A. Mc-
Ice cream .table, Mrs. Abbie
I Finest Prints and Originals
Lemonade table, Mrs. Webb
and Mrs. Dwight
Total receipts of concert
Insurance, Water, sewer rates.. $ 52.50
Concert expenses 52.00
Xet proceeds for the land. . . . .$756.10
Entered of Record April 5, 1609.
C B Oockett and wf to A N Hay-
John T Moir to Adelaide K Pua. . .Rel
William Savidge, tr, -to Sol Me-
heula .. ; ...Rel
Solomon Meheula and wf to Wil
liam Savidge, tr
Isaac Ihihi and wf to C, B Maile. .
Luika Hawae to Sun Wo Chan
First; Bank of Hilo. Ltd to Elsa
Richardson . . 4 .
A M Cabrinha to J Umiloi Moi...,
J U Moi to A M Cabrinha
Edw H F Wolter, tr, to Territory
Fredk C Miller and wf to John F
Mary K Akiao and hsb to Bank
of Hawaii Ltd ................
W L Deeoto to G G Seong et al...Rel
G C. Seong and wf to H P Bald
G G Scpng and wf to H P Baldr
win .B S
Miliama to H L Holstein D
Bank of Hawaii Ltd to Mary K
Akiao -. Rel
Bishops & Co to Charles A Hart
well .. ..AM
J Marsden bv atty to Genevieve
G Wood ... Rel
Recorded March 26, 1909.
Tong ; York et al, trs, to Mo Hock
Ke Lock Bo, D; 15,950 sq ft land, Ka
liu, Honolulu, Oahu. $1. B 316, p 92.
Dated Oct 24, 1908.
Ida J S Weedon and hsb (W C) to
V A Schaefer M; 12,615 sq ft land,
Alexander St, Honolulu, Oahn. $1400.
B 306, 366. Dated Mar 24, 1909.
Harriet E W Wight to Joseph S de
Nobriga, Rel; R P 1694, kul 1341, mail
1, Nnuami Valley, Honolulu, --Oahu.
$300. B 306, p 367. Dated Mar 23,
The regular quarterly meeting of
shareholders 0f O. Brewer & Co., Ltd.,
will be held' at the office of the corpor
ation, in Honolulu, on Wednesday,
April 14, 1909, at 10 o'cloek a. m.
- E. F. BISHOP,
Dated, Honolulu, TH., April 15, 1909.
8317 ..... .
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OF
, BONDS OF
Alexander Young Building Icompany,
Tlie undersigned, Bishop &"!ompany,
trustees tinder the deed of trust dated
the twenty-fourth day of ' Xovember,
1902, madeby Alexander Young Build
ing Company, Limited, a corporation
duly incorporated and existing under
and by virtue of the laws of the Ter
ritory f of Hawaii, to the .undersigned
as trustee, hereby give notice to the
bondholders of the said. Alexander
Moving Building. Company, Limited, of
the election of said Alexander Young
Building Company, Limited, to redeem
and pay, and of the redemption and
payment of, all outstanding and unre
deemed bonds of the said Alexander
Young Building Company, Limited, on
the first day of ; June." 1909, at the
banking house of Bishop & Company,
in Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Territory
The holders of ( the said outstanding
and unredeemed bonds are hereby noti
fied to present for payment of princi
pal and interest to June 1, 1909, and
surrender said bonds at the place and
or. the date last above .mentioned, and
that after June 1, 1909, all interest
on said bonds outstanding - and unre
deemed as aforesaid shall cease.
Dated at said Honolulu, this 5th dav
of April, 1909.
BISHOP & COMPANY,
Trustees nnder. Alexander Young
Building Company, Limited,
8317 Apr. 6, 13; May 3, 10. 17, 24. 31.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
AT CHAMiiERS IN PROBATE
In the nfatter of theEstate of Walter
Chamberlain Peacock, late of Ho
Order for Notice of Hearing Petition
for Probate of Will. '
A document purporting to be the last
will and testament of Walter Chamber
lain Peacock, late of Honolulu, de
ceased, having on the loth day of
March, A. D. 1909, been presented to
said Probate Court, and a petition for
the probate thereof, and for the issu
ance of letters testamentary to Cecil
Brown, of said; Honolulu, having been
filed( by-Mary Alice Peacock;
It is hereby ordered, That Monday,
tile 19th day of April, A. D. 1909, at
10 o'clock a. m. of said day, at the court
room of said Court, at Honolulu, be
and the same hereby is appointed the
time and place for proving said will and
hearing said application.
It is further j ordered, That notiee
thereof be given, by publication once
a week for three successive weeks, in
the Pacific Commercial Advertiser, a
newspaper published in the English
language, the last publication to be not
less than five days previous to the time
therein appointed for, hearing.
Dated at Honolulu this loth dav of
W. J. ROBINSON,
Third Judee of the Circuit Court,
M. T. SIMONTOX,
8299 Mch. 16, 23, 30, Apr. 6
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fFpst rpT 0F THE
XOKY OF HAWAII. -
( AT CHAMBERS IN PR03AT73.
T it . , ,
u me matter of the Estate of A. Kauhi,
deceased. - .
Order to show cause on Administra
tor s application to sell real estate,
On reading and filim? thp rtitinn J
Albert Waterhons, the Administrator"
of the Estate of A. Kauhi deceased '
praying for an order of saffcertat'
real estate belonging to said A Kauhi
deceased: a sehJh.lo nf i , 1. '
deceased: a schedule of said ri ocfo
is hereto attached 'and made a nart
hereof; and setting forth certain legal '
reasons why such real estate shonlrl
"othe debts and the expenses of j
administration of said estate. It is!
hereby ordered, That the heirs and
next of kin of said A. Kauhi, deceased,
and all persons interested in the said
and all persons interested in the said
estate, appear before this Court on
Monday,, the 3rd day of May, A. D.
1909, at 10 o'clock a. m. at the Court
Room of this Court, in Honolulu, Citv
and County of Honolulu, Territory of
Hawaii, then and there to show cause
why an order should noTbe granted for
the sale of such real estate.
And it is Further Ordered, That a
notiee of this Order be published once a
week for at least three successive weeks
before the said day of hearing, in the
Pacific Commercial Advertiser, a news
paper published in Honolulu aforesaid,
the last publication to be not less than
ten days previous to the time therein
appointed for said hearing.
Dated at Honolulu, City and County
of Honolulu, Territory" of Hawaii,
March 29, A. D. 1909.
(Sgd.) Wj J. ROBINSON,
Third Judge of the Circuit Court of
the First Circuit. :
(Sgd.) M. T. SIMONTOX, '
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
Schedule and description of lands be
longing to the Estate of A. Kauhi, de
ceased: '' , '
1. Land near the East Corner of
Pauahi and Maunakea streets, Hono
lulu, and conveyed to A. Kauhi, deceased,-
by deed of Jacob F. Brown
dated March 22ntl, 1905. and recorded
in Liber 266, pages 274, 275 and 276.
Lot 2, a part of R. P. 147-on L. C. A.
74. to H. Grimes.' '
Beginning at a point on the mauRa
side of Pauahi street 65.4 feet from
East angle of Maunakea and Pauahi;
streets and running bv true bearings:
S 32" 22' E 25 feet along mauka side
of Pauahi street.
N 63 30-' E 28.5 feet along L. C. A. 174
to M. Kekuanaoa.
N 18 14' W 37.04 feet along L C. A.
718 to Kapahana.
S 57 10' W 33.60 feet alofcg Lot 2 (R.
W.' Holt estate). .
S 24 JO' E 8 feet along Leong Fhep lot.
S 61 00' W 2.5 feet along Leong Shee
lot to the initial point;
. area 1106- square feet.
2. Apana 1 in Grant 237 to Paul F.
Manini, land at Kahapepe, Waimano,
Ewa. Island of. Oahu. and conveyed to
A. Kauhi, deceased, lv deed of the
Estate of T. Aki, dated July 30, 1891,
and recorded in liber 130, pages 446 and
; E hoomaka ma ka pahu ma ke kihi
Hema o keia ma ke kahawai e pili ana
iiue Kilau a e holo ana Akau 41 15'
Hi 53 312 kap ma Kilau a hiki i ke
kihi alaila, ,Tle f8Z" .Hi 46- 2-12 kap
a hiki f ke kihi' 41aila, Akau 1 Htic
1 kaul 20 kap a -hiki i ka au-wai-kihit
alila, Akau 58 15'
i Kom .43 7-12 kap ma ka auwai a hiki
i ka pohaku i hoailonaia -f- keekee ala
ila. Ak 34 Kom 1 4-10 kaul a hiki i
ke kihi, alaila, Hema 50 Kom 29 8-12
kap a hiki i ke kihi, alaila, Akau 46
Kom 56 7-12 kap a hiki i ka pahu ma
ke kula kihi alaila, Ak 46 30'
Hik 8 kaul 8 kap., ma Ku
kana', a hiki i ka pohaku i hoailonaia
ma ka pa pohaku makai o ke alanui
alaila, Akau 74 45' Kom 7 3-10 kaul
ma ka pa pohaku a hiki i ke 'kihi
akau mauka o keia, alaifa, He 8" 45'
Kom 8 kul .4 7-12 kap ma Kaihuokapuaa
a hiki i ka pahu ma ke keekee, alaila,
Hema 47 Kom 2 kaul 4 8-12 kap a hiki
iwaenakonu o ke kahawai ma ke kihi
kom o keia. alaila, iho ma ke kahawai
a hiki i kahi i hoomaka ai,
4 '97-100 acres.
3rd. Apana 1 of Royal Patent Xum
ber 6156, and being the same premises
confeved to A. Kauhi alia9 A. Kauht-
koakoa by deed of Nua, dated June 2dJ
1865, and recorded in liber 19, page
342, and more particularly; described
as follows: '
Apana 1. He Mooaina Kamalnaalna.
- He Kahuahale me kekahi loi. E hoo.
maka ma ke kihi ak, a e hele Hema
52-Hik 149 pauku ma ka aoao o ko
Kalaimauia pa hale, alaila, ak 46 Hik
ma Kalaimauia kuleana 75 pauku. Hem
46' Hik 30 pauku, Ak 62 Hik l4
pauku ma ke koele, Ak 10'io Kom 54
pauku, Ak 60 Hik 100 paukn, alaila,
220 pauku ma konohiki aina a hiki i
ka pa aina Hem 4.Kom 41 panKu
ma ka pa aina a hiki i kahi i hoomaka
4th. Apana 2 of Royal Patent Num
ber 6156. ami being the same premises
conveyed to A. Kauhi alias A. Kanhi
koakoa, by deed of Nua, dated June 2,
1865, and recorded in liber 19, page
342, and more particularly described
Apana 2 He Moo Kalo 4 Loi. E hoo
maka ma ke kihi bikina, a e hele Ak
31 Kom 280 pauku ma ko Maho
aina. Hem 67" Kom 392 pauku ma Ko
ele, Hem 40 Hik 88 pauku ma ko Kala
imanuia, Hem 75V,a Hik 154 pauku
ma ka pa loko o Opu, Hem S3'" Hik
220 pauku ma kapa oia loko. Ak 64s
Hik 97 pauku, a hiki i kahi i boo
5th. All the right, title and interest
premises situated at Keonepanee. Ka -
lihi, Honolulu. Citv . and County of
Oahn, Territory of Hawaii, and con -
veved to said A. Kauhi bv deed of Keo
nf saul A. Kaiilu. neceasea. in iimso
1S89, and recorded InTber. .'page
and more particularly desermea as roi-
Apana 1. He Tahale ma Keonepanee,
E hoomaka ana ma ke kihi komo
hana ma ka pohaku i hoailonaia X
'alaila. e holo ana Ak 40" Hik 1.34 kaul,
IKom 1 24 ksnl At -ah jc i in.fi?
kaul a i kaht i hoomaka. ai.
acre. - i
Apaua 2. He kula kanu maia.
E hoomaka ana ma ke kihi Hema ma
ke kukulu, Ak 50 Kom 92 pauku mai ;
f e . ,AK-.m.ai. . ka. Apana 1, a ma
T! KTS01 1 noaiIona1a .X, ' alalia,
dV i -u ,m 6-66 2 3 Ak 41a
fiHeiriTPT 41?-?t "f
b f- I ema ? l - Kom 4 o kaul a 1
ka 11 1 hoomaka ai-pum keia aina i ke
arch 30, April 6, 13, 20, 1909
iS? SSS SSitSy'S
"A vv Ail. AT CHAMBERS.
TVlo 1 TT J
Th. Honolulu Library and --Beading
Rooms Association, a Corporation,
Plaintiff, v. Frank E. King; Julia A.
King and H. M. Whitney, Defend-i
The Territory of Hawaii
To the High Sheriff of the Territory
oi iiawau. or Mis Deputy; the Sheriff
of the City and County of. Honolulu,
or nis uenutv. '
lou are commanded to summon
Fratfk E. King, Julia A. King. and H.
M. Whitney to appear ten days after
service hereof, if they reside in the
City and County of Honolulu, other
wise twenty days after service, before
such Judge of the Circuit Court of the
First Circuit as shall be sitting at
Chambers in the courtroom at Hono
lulu, to answer the annexed bill oi
eomplaint of The Honolulu Library
and Reading Rooms Association,
And you are further commanded, by
order of the Honorable W. J. Robinson,
Third Judge of the Circuit Court of
the First Circuit, and have you then
there this writ with full return of your
proceedings thereon, j
Witness, the Honorable W." J." Rob
inson, Third Judge of the Circuit Court
of the First Circuit, at Honolulu, this
15th day of March, 1909. : .
v ' (Sig.) J. A. THOMPSON,
Section 1769 Revised Laws The '
time within which an act is to be done '
" shall be computed by exclud
ing the first day and' including 1 the
last. If the last day be Sunday, it
shall be excluded. . ;
Territory of Haysaii, City and County
of Honolulu, ss. .
I hereby certify that the above is a
full, true .and correct copy of the orig
inal summons issued out of the Circuit
Court of the First Judicial Circuit of
the Territory of Hawaii in a cause en
titled The Honolulu Library and Read
ing Rooms Association, Plaintiff,' vs.
Frank E. King, Julia A. King and H.
M. Whitney, Defendants. (Equity Di
vision Number 1657.) , . . i
I further certify that the said eause
is now pending in the said Circuit
Court of the First Judicial Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
Witness mv hand and the seal of the
said Circuit Court, at Honolulu, Oahu,
this 5th dav of April, A. D. 1909.
v: . HENY SMITH.
Clerk, Circuit Court of the First Judi-
cial Circuit, Territory of Hawaii,
r 8317 Apr. 6, 13, 20, 27; May 4.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
OF HAWAIL .
LN PROBATE AT CHAMBERS.
In the matter of the Estate of Hulu-
kaalani (w), deceased. . .
Before Judge W. J. Robinson.. '. . s
Order of Notice of Petitipn for Allow
ance of Final Aceountand Discharge
in this estate. '
On reading and filing the petition
and accounts of Helen Keoiki,. admin
istratrix of the Estate of Hulukaalani
(w), deceased, wherein she asks to be
allowed $550.65 and she charges jjier
self with $493.50, and asks that - the
same may be examined and approved,
and that a final order may be made
of distribution of the property remain
ing in her hands to the persons thereto
entitled, and discharging her. and her
sureties from all further responsibility
as such administratrix. ' -
It is ordered that Monday; the. 17th
dav of Mav, A. D. 1909, at 10 o 'block
at tjie court Room of. the said Court at
a. m. herore tne juage or saw vourt
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, be and the
same hereby is appointed as the time
and place for hearing said Petition and
Accounts, aud that all persons interest
ed may then and there appear and show
cause," if any they have, why the same
should not be granted, and may present
evidence as to who are entitled to the
said property. And that notice of this
Order, in the English language, be pub
lished in the Pacific Commercial Adver
tiser newspaper, printed and published
in Honolulu, once a week for three suc
cessive weekf, the last publication to
; v. ot ess tnan two weeks previous
to the time therein appointed tor said
hearing. ' ;'" '
Dated at Honolulu. 30th day of
(Sgd.) W. J. ROBINSON,
Third Judge of the Circuit Court of
the First Circuit.
(Sgd.) Y. M. HARRISON,
Clerk of the Circuit Court .if the
S311 Mar. 30, April 6, 13, 20 .
Notice is hereby given to ajl credi
tors of the estate of Robert .Ryeroft,
late of Honolulu, deceased, to present
their c'aims whether secured by mort-
i ' . .
au.i ...... iv. ,-..,t
! exist, to the unders.gned. at his office,
j ,79 Merchant street, vvith.n s.x months
j from the first day of April 1909, or
they will be Vorever barred; and all
I are requested to make immediate pay.-j
ment to the undersigned,
A. J. CAMPBELL.
Administrator Estate Robert Ryeroft,
Honolulu, March 29, 1909.
S311 Mar. 30; Apr. 6, 13, 20, 27.
Tot Waianae, Waialua, Kahuiu and
Way Stations 9:15 a. m., 3:20 p. m.
For Pearl City Ewa Mill and Way
Stations f7:30 a. m., 9:15 . a. t,
11:15 a. m., 2:15 p. m., 3:20 p.
5:15 p. m., t9:30 p. m., fH p. m.
For Wahiawa 9:15 a. m., and 5:15
p. m. .
Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku, Ws
alna and Waianae 8:38 a. m., filQ
Arrive Honolulu from Ewa 21111 and
Pearl City 17:48 a. m., 8:36 a. sl,
10:38 am.. M:40 p. m 4:31 ik m
' 5:31 p. m., 7:30 p. m.'
Arrive Honolulu from Wahiawa
3:36 a. m. and 5:31 p. m.
The Haleiwa Limited, a two-honi
train' (only first-class tickets honored),
leaves Honolmlu every Sunday at 8:23
a. m.; returning, arrives in Honolulu
at 10:10 P- The Limited stops ealy
Lgt Sunday. t8mj
T. C. SMITH,
G. Pi 4 T. A.
DAILY, EXCEPT SATURDAY,
SUNDAY AND HOLIDAYS
Leave Kahana for Punaluu,
Hauula, Laie, Kahuku and
Way Stations at.......... 12:00 M.
Arrive Kahuku at.. 1:00 PJC
Returning: -i '
Leave Kahuku for Laie, Hsu- .
nla, Punaluu, Kahana and V
Way Stations ate ........ . 1:45 PJkC
Arrive Kahana at.......... 1:45 PM
; AND HOLIDAYS
Leave Kahana for Punaluu,, -
Hauula, Laie, Kahuku and -Way
Stations at... ;...... 11:00 AJC
1:30 P J
Arrive Kahuku at. ........ .11:58 A.M.
. , .
Kahuku for Laie, Hau-
ula, Punafuu, Kahana and
Way Stations at ... . ... .12:35 ?J.
f 3:00 P.M.
Connections are made at Kahokw
with the O. R. & L. Co.'s 9:15 a. m.
train from Honolulu, and the 2:20 p.nu
train, which arrives in the eity at 6:39
p. m. ... . .
JANUARY 1, 190.
J. J. Dowling,
; R. 8. Polliater,
Oen. Passenger k Freight Aft. .
THE B.-F. DILLINGHAM CO,
General Agents for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company of London. .
New York Underwriters' Agency. .
Providence Washington Insurance Com
pany. ' "- ;
Win 6. Iiwin & Co., Ltd
AGENTS FOR THE
Royal Insurance Co, of Liverpool, Eag
'' land.:; -: .-'.
Scottish Union &' National Insurance
Co., of Edinburgh, Scotland. '
The Upper Rhine Insurance Co, Ltd.
Commercial Unien Assurance Co, Ltd,
of London. . .
OUR BOYS, ' ;; - ," .
get over the ground. Why fool
with the other kind f ,
PHONE 361 SERVICB
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., LTD.
SUGAR FACTORS AND
Wm. G. Irwin .....President
John D. Spreckels...lst Vice President
W. M. Giffard 2nd Vice President
H. -M. Wnitney. . . - Treasurer
Richard I vers .Secretary
D. G. May. .Auditor
. . AGENTS FOR
Oceanic Steamship Company, San Fran
cisco, Cal. .
Baldwin Locomotive Works, Philadel-
Hakalan Plantation, Company.
Kilo Sugar Company.
Honolulu Plantation Company.
Hutchinson Sugar Plantation Company.
Kilauea Sugar Plantation Company.
Olowalu Company. ,
Paauhsn Plantation Company.
Waimanalo Sugar Company.
C. BREWER & CO.. LTD.
SUGAR FACTORS AND -
List Of Officers
C. M. Cooke, President; George M.
Robertson, Manager; E. P. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; F. W. Mae
f arlane, Auditor; P. C. Jones, C M,
Cooke, J. R. Gait, Directors.
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