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KVKNTNO BBLLBTW, HONOLULU, T, II., miDAY. SEPT. 21. 1006.
Castle & Cooke, Lid
JS . '. tlTH i
uoinissis.! M8rMis,7 -
The Ewa Plantation' Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co.
The Kohala Sugar Co,
The Walmea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo,
Tho Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Ste'am Pumps,
The New England Life Insurance Co,
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co, of Hartford,
Conn. ' ,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
Alexander & Baldwin
6. . COOKE Manager
M. p. Baldwin President
J, 8. Castle Vice President
W. M, Alexander., .Second' Vice Pres,
iL. T. Peck Third Vice Pres.
J. Wfiterhouso Treasurer
E. E. PAxton Secretary
W. O. 8mltli Director
COMMISSION McRCHAHlS and
Hawaiian Commercial A Sugar Cc.
Haiku 8ugar Company,
Maul Agricultural Company.'
Klhsl Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company. '
., Kahuku Plantation Company. J
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Haleakala Ranch Company.
Wn. G. Irwin & Go,, Lto
WM. Q. in WIN... President and Mgr.
JNO. D. SPRECKaU-S..1at Vice Pres.
W. M. GIFFARD Zd Vice Pres.
H. M. WHITNEY Treasurer
RICHARD IVERS Secretary
E. I. SPAULDINQ Auditor
Octanlo Steamship Co., San Francisco,
Western 8ugar Retiring Co., San Fran
Baldwin Locomotive Works, Phlla
Newall Universal Mill Co. (Msnufao
turers of National Can Shred
der), New York, N. Y.
Pacific OH Transportation Co., S'm
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
QUEEN STREET, HONO'.ULU, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plapt, Co- Or -nea Sugar Cc,
Honomu Sugar CoAValluku Sugar Co.,
Pepcekeo Eugrr Co., The Planters
Line or san r-rancisco packets, cnas.
Brewer A Co.'s Una of Boston Packets.
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C. , M, Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Vice President and Mana;
ger; E. F, Bishop, Treasurer and Sec
retary; F. W. Macfarlane, Auditor; P.
C. Jores, C. M. Cooke and J. R. Gait,
T OCAL C. E.
A BIG MEETING OF SIX DIFFER
ENT NATIONALITIES WILL BE
HELD TOMORROW NIGHT, 7:15
MOOT NOVEL CONGREGATION
This cyonlnK tho. convention
of the Oahu Young People's Union, a
I, ranch of tho Christian Endeavor, will
bo held at the Central Union Church.
Tho occasion will bo ono of Impor
lance, an the Koreans of the fnlth will
bo greeted "nnil will enter Into the or
ganization now composed of Ameri
cans, ChtncKc, Japanese, Hawaiian
, Rev. fjeorgc 11. Jones acting pastor
of Hie First M. 12. Church, will speak,
as will Secretary Taut Super of the
local Y, Sf. C, A. All ntrangers aro
cordially Invited and an Interesting
feature will bo tho singing nnd gray
ing In nix languages at the sama time.
The following program has been nr-
7:1C V. M.
Song Service led by Mr. M. K. Na-
Scripture Reading and Prayer Itov,
C5. I). 1M wards.
I'rcrtdenl'a Introductory Remarks.
Address Subject: "Help and Hin
drances to Spiritual Growth." lr.
, Song-knmchamelia C. K. 8oclcty.
Address Subject: "Tho Invest
ment of a Life." Dr. Geo. 11. Jonei.
Song Kawalaliao Seminary Sttl
deiits. 'Announcement of tho nwnrd and
presentation of the Union banner.
Lord's Prayer Each In lit") own
OfTkcrs of the Union: Peter K.
Tosh, president; S. K. Kamaloplll,
mco president; Wong llln, secretary;
C. K. Al, treasurer.
GOVERNOR CARTER ASKED TO
APPOINT TWENTY REPRESEN
TATIVES to trans-m'issis-
SIPPI COMMERCIAL CONGRESS
September I, 100C.
Hon. Oeo. R. Carter, Governor, Hono
My Dear Sir: Enclosed herewith
plentc find copy of Urn official call for
the l'tlt annual session of tho Trans
Mississippi Commercial Congress
which will meet In Kansan City, No
vember 20-23, Inclusive.
You aic authorized to appoint twen
ty delegates to represent Hawaii and
1 mny add that the Execiulxo Com
mittee Is especially anxious that you
should attend tho Congress In person,
If at all consistent with jour other
public engagements nnd official du
ties, and participate In the discussion
of Important questions which will bo
considered nt this years session.
Secretary A. V. Francis of Denver
has established headquarters for the
Congress at 1111 Orand Avenue, this
city, and will promptly furnish any
The commercial bodlci of Kansas
City have organized a local commit
tee on arrangements for tho purpose
of doing what Is necessary In prepar
ing for tliu comfort and entertainment
of tho city's visitors on that occasion,
FRED. W. FLEMISH.
Chairman Executive Committee.
-. ' TO HER SOUL
LOS ANGELES WOMAN SAW IT
Oti A, PERFECT MORNING AND
WAS ENTHRALLED WITH THIS
TROPICAL VISION OF DELIGHT
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The Original Shingle Stains
First made, first In qnnMty r-ii f!rt
In tho faror of elilnglo-ctaln unon.
Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains
ltavo been used, imitated ami nlmsed for orcr twenty yean,
but no imitation or substitute lias tho depth mid richness of
color, tho lasting qualities or tho wood-iinserviiiK value.
Wood treated with tlieto stains is proof against decay or
injury by insects, nnd tho colors nre guaranteed to last.
For Himples, prices nnd supplies, apply to
LGWERS & COOKE, Ltd., HONOLULU.
SAMUHL CABOT, Sole M.nuf.cturtr, D03TON, MASS
The above letter was received yes
terday by Governor Carter, from tho
chnlrmnn of tho executive committee
of the Trans-MlsslsslppI Commercial
Congress. The Congress will bu com
posed of from ten to twenty delegates
from each Htato nnd Territory, and
appointed by the Governor thereof.
All subjects of Interest to tho States
west of the Mississippi will bo caro
lully discussed with tlio exception of
those which hau to do with politics.
"Irrigation" will bo n subject which
will bo taken up that. Is of great In
terest to Hawaii as well as "Harbor
Improvement," "Merchant Marine,"
"Oriental Trade' "Irrigation," "For
Chtry," nnd "Drainage of Public
WM. S. IBWIN& CO., LB.
AGENTS FOR TUB
Royal Insurance Co. of Liverpool, Eng.
Alliance Assurance Co. of London,
Scottish Union A National Ins. Co. of
Fir Association of Philadelphia.
Alliance Insurance Corporation, Ltd.
Wllhelma of Magdeburg General Insur
General Acent for Hawaii!
Atlas Assurance Company of London
Now .York Underwriters' Agency.
Providence Washington Insurance Co,
4th FLOOR, 8TANQENWALD BLDO.
Is not a Luxury; It Is a Necessity.
Dut you Must. have the BEST
and that Is provided by the famous
and most cqultablo Laws of Massa
chusetts, in the
New England Mutual
Life insurance Co.,
OF DOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
If you would be fully informed about
these, laws, address ,
Castle & Cooke,
HONOLULU, T. H.
Mrs. Harry lie of tho Ixis Angeles
Ilullder nnd Contractor, describes the
Pall as follows:
"Our trip to the Pall was, to some
of us, utmost like tho opening of a
"Tlio morning was perfect; a thin
veil of clouds only drifting along the
mountain tops, adding a charm, In
patches of sunshine and shadow on the
green und red of hillside and valley
UctOH of flowing stream, wntcrfnjl,
lloflcrlns ginger nnd fields of tt.
"Tho drive wns up grade, along n
smooth muuutiiln road, past homes ot
modern stylo und tropical luxuriance
of follncc. to near tho summit, six
miles from Honolulu, when wo weic
struck dumb by ono glimpse of the
valley bcond. Then nil was closed to
us until by one grand turn In the rii.rl
at the head of tho pass, where the
trailo winds pour tluough and shim
mer tho atmosphere, tho sight burst
upon us In ono glory of iolor grandeur
"Here from tho edge of a cllrf of his
toilr; Interest. Ilea ono complete; pan
orama of beauty both In coloring ot
water, for which tho Islands arc note 1,
tho broken . beauty of Its shoro line,
hero ami then, surf and cove. Islands
and sandy boichcs, from which extend
n green valley to tho mountains near
"Long enough to rest tho horses-
was bo short a tlmo to thoso of us who
lovo nature so well nnd was only com
pensated by tho, return trip, u ret lew
of the best wo had eccu going up, and
n titling sequel to our first Impres
PINKHAM STUDIES TOBACCO
Special by WlrelersJ
HONOKAA, Hawaii, Sept 20.
President L. E. Plnkham of tho Ter
ritorial Board of Health is here on his
Way io Investigate the tobacco Indus
try, at; the experimental station. He
Is accompanied by Dr. Ross of Wat.
mea. The weather here is perfect,
with plenty cf rain. Tho crops are
looking fine. , ,
AFTER ARMY GRAFTERS
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO.,
OUR FUNERAL RATES for the poor
and middle elaesee are as followet
ta.tO, 12.60, $16.00, $18.00; Middle
Class, $25.00, $35.00, $40.00, and up
ward to suit.
We can be found at all hour of the
day at our office and by Phone Main
179 and all hour of night by Phons
1120 FORT ST.
Oceanic .Sfeamship Company
The steamer of this tin will arrive ini leave this port as'hereunderJ
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO!
sinnttA . ,
SIICIlltA , .
VDNTUItA OCT .11
ALAMKDA NOV. 9
Sli:itltA NOV. 21
In connection with the sailing of the above steamer, the agent art pre
pared to lesue to Intending pascenger, coupon through tickets, by any, rail
road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New
York by any steamship lln to all European port.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm- G. Irwin & Go., Lid
OCEANIC 8.8. CO., GENERAL AGENTS.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship
Co., and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and leave thl
port en or about the date below mentioned:
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA:
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
Hotel Street Store
HAS A NEW LINE OF.
AND THE DKPOT FOR B03S OF
THE ROAD OVERALLS.
i. K )' ' A )t)UK A l Jt K H It
x COMMUNICATION. X.
a n t m it it n ; w t "
Kdltor Kvenlng llulletln: liefer-
ling to tho criticisms In our Issuo'Of
the llulletln or August 24. lUOii, re
garding tho lowing equipment of tho
Manning In connection with her work
on the stranded steamer Manchuria,
may I obIc that you publish this let
ter, as you no doubt doslro tho fuctn
In the matter io bo understood, the
f-tatcment appearing In your paper
being Incorrect In a number of par
ticulars. Hovenno cutters aro not equipped
at wrecking vessels, hut render such
assistance to ships In distress as the)
no at)io to pcrtorm in connection
with their regular duties.
You nre further udvlsed that nono
of the requisitions ot thj oulcers of
the Manning for hawser or other ma.
tcrlal for tho relief of distressed ves
icls 1ms been disallowed by this De.
Very truly yours,
WOKTII K. HOSS,
Ciptuln. U. S. 11. C. S., Chief of
Burnham Tells Merchants
How Am.-Haw. 8. 8. Co,
ROLL OF HONOR
P. H. Burnetts.
Attorne'y-at-Law and Notary Public-
Real Estate Loans, Collections'. "
Anent to Grant Marrlane Licenses.
Phoneo: Office Main 310; Res.Wh.1341
Automsblllcts Who Cave Editors
Tho opportunities to view the vari
ous at'.iartlnns of Honolulu havo been
innde partible, liejond what could
lao been expected, by the generous
action of tho gentlemen named below,
whom we delight to pinto on our honor
lull no among tho liciieractorH to be
long remembered. These gentlemen
rcpiescut tlia uiitmiioblllits whoso
machines cnrrled our party on many
ocrasloiu to scenes ot Interest nnd
W. II. Halrd, 8. M. llallou. Oeo. C.
llccldey, Spencer llkkortini, Mr, llur
icll, Hon .Oeo. It. Carter, tlcorgu
Cooko, Oeo, P. Deulson, J, It. Cult, A.
Hartley, C. Hcdcmann. 1). P. It. Isen
l.erg. H-0. Kellogg. J. A. McCumllem,
K. IF. Paris, II. C. StacUble, 11. II.
Trout, Henry Waturhousc .Trust Co.,
Ocirlt IV Wilder.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Manila, P. I., Sept, 11. It has been
decided to (ry tho ofllrcrH sitbpectcd
...'..-nr. I.. ,1... A....... ol.nn, 1.. Ili.l ..V.
VI tilxil III MIU ,11111 nnujit, ,,, ittu .,-
II courts Instead nf by rouits martial,
as the statutu of limitations can bo
pleaded In n military court, whllo In
the civil courts, under tho Spanish
law. tho period of limitation la fifteen
j cars. Tio officers who aro to bo
tried are Captains Frcdenall, Nugot,
Colu and Klmbull, all of tho quarter
maiter'B department. Tho rsport vf
Mnjor Ooncrnl Wood, commanding
tho division, .regarding the alleged
peculations of tho, officers Is en routo
to Washington. " i
r The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
OF.X, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin end the Weekly Edition, slves a
r-oiiclse and complete resume of all le-
(jal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments. building permits and real :
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75t Pr month. Weekly Bulletin,
SI per year.
Entered for Record Sept. 19, 1906,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Central Mill Co Ltd by utty... .Notice
. v -., ..., .. . , nl ,..
.illineH l .Milillijiva nun hi vi ui hi
Stephen N Lukua 1)
William McCaudlesu Notice
0 Sehuman to Thoa A Hanau ltel
0 Siuuman to Thos A llonun Itel
loano Kahlapu to O It & I Co I)
Entered for Record Sept. 20, 1906,
From 9 a. in, to 10:30 a, m.
Kmma A McGtilro and hsb to 0 C
Ellen K Sylva et al. to Joseph F
Tho liourd of M letters of the Mer
chants' ARiurlatlon bud n mojllng c.-
terduy alternoon. which w.s marked
with csiieilul liitercil on account oi
tlio Inlornntlon It brntight uut relat
ing to tin piojc-t to havo the Amcrl-ciii-Ilawallan
ti. S. Co. run a pastcu
ger and freight 1 oat lii the dlrcil
routo between Sim rranilsin ijud Ho-
A letter froili Dclcjrate Kiibmlanaole
stated that Congress would meet mi
December :t and that It would be belt
for Mm to ton'.lno bis efforts dm Inn
tho fclmit scsilon to kecuro the passage
of the lefundlng bll. harbor bill, tho
llghlhourc claim urn unci tnc i.miudk.i
lanl claim, but alio asking fur sug
tendons for other work. He suggest.
ed that ha be nuthurUed to lmlle time
or four Congressmen to vltlt Ilawuil
during tho uummcr ecasou.
Chairman Smith said that similar
suggestions had been received by the
Chamber of Commerco and the runn
ers' Association, who would uuduiilit
cdly work In louceit with tho Mer
chants' Asto:latlon. Tho matter was
referred to the Committee on l'utillclt)
A resolution wns read from tho htn
Krimelsco Alcrchauts' Awochtloii
tbauklng tho local body for Its lesolu
tlou nromlilni! to assist In tho restora
tion of farmer trade illations, as fol
"Whereas, the Merchants Anorln-
lion uf Honolulu, by icilut!ons jiaesrj
by that body, nidges Us members to
itsslbt In tho restoration of their for
mer trade reliillous with Sun 1'rau
i Urn, therefore bo It
"HeJoUcd, That tho Merchants' Ao
soelatlon of San rrancliio. In bcl.alf
of Its meiiilicis and ether bunliitss of
nan 1 rullCHCU, luillieitl iu lliu -ui;i-
chnuts' Acr.oelatlon of 'Honolulu Its
sincere thanks for their co-operation
In tho rohubllltattmi of San KruucUco,
and uiaures tlictii that their doilaia-
Hon Is the moit benslblo and substan
tial way In .vhlch sympathy can be
"Tin: MnuciiANTS" association
OF SAN I'KANCISCO,
"I'ltAK J. 8VMMKS. Prosldeut.
"S. M. K1NC. SccrcUry."
Captain Ilurnhaui uf tho Amcrlrau
Huwallun S. S Co. bpuke to the meet
ing regarding tho propositlm of plae
Ing a Dusseiiger nnd freight steamer on
tho direct run between Honolulu and
San I'iuucUcu. Ills company had tak
en tho mutter up thoiuughly, but tlicra
wcro ccilulu phniics of It which bun
ttlll to bo luc4tlgutcd, bLforo u.def-
In to btatement could ha maun, cap
tain Ilurnham would look up tho mat
ter and then, report moio definitely to
Tlioao present at the meeting were
0. W. Smith, (1. J. Waller, H. II, Paris.
W, W. llairls, A. tlurtlcy. W, 11.
Smith und W. T. l.uras.
Is heieby given that a new direct
ory of subscribers of tlio Mutual Tole
phono Co., Ltd., Is now being compiled
nnd will appear on or nbout Oct. 15th.
Subscribers desiring any chango of
r.amo or address, and Intending sub
fccrlbcrs, arc respectfully requested to
havo lustructlonn at tlio ouico oi uia
rompany beforo Oct. 10th, nftcr which
Into no new names will no auucu io
Honolulu, Sept. IDtli, ivuii.
MUTUAL TKLKPHONK CO.. LTD.
CHINA OCT. B
MONC10I.IA OCT. 12
NIPPON MAIIU OCT. 19
DOUIC OCT. 27
Call at Manila.
8i:i'T. 211 MONGOLIA 8KPT. It
SEPT. S8 NIPPON MAIIU SEPT. JS
01HC OUT. 5
MANCHURIA OCT. 13
1IONOKONO MAIIU OCT. Si
KOIIEA NOV. 2
FOB QENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
H Hackfeld & Co., Ltd,,
Sing Wo Chong, dealer In Cal. fruits,
cigars, tob., etc., formerly nt Alakea
and King 8ts.. has removed to Nun-
nnu and Hotel Sts. 3490 31
CHEAPEST AND BEST IS
Tin, Iron or shingles will not last
as lonp as Ruberoid, which Is, more
over, much less expensive. Ruberoid
cbvlater the danyer of rust, rot ana
corrosion. Doca not require painting
when applied. Costs little or nothing
to keep in repair. Briefly, It Is the
most economical roofing made.
Beware of Imitations,
Lewers & Cooke,
177 8. KINO ST.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN S. S. CO
Direct Serrice between h'ev York and Hawaiiin Islands, Via Pacific
Prom New York to Honolulu
S.8.-CALIFORNIAN" to sail OCT. 15
8.8."ALA8KAN" to sail NOV. 10
Freight received at all time at the Company' Wharf, 4Ut
Street, South Brooklyn.
Prom Son Pronclaco To Honolulu
8.3.-NCBRA8KAN" to sail OCT. 3
S.b.-NEVADAN" , to sail OCT. 24
Frelgnt received at Company' Wharf, Greenwich 8L,
and each month thereafter.
Prom Monolulu to 8nn Prnnclaco
K.S. "NEVADAN" to sail SEPT. SS
6.6. "NEBRASKAN" to sail OCT. 17
Prom SWattl nnd Tttcornn to Monolulu
VIA BAN rRANCISCO.
B.S."NEBRASKAN- to sail SEPT. 27
6.8. "NEVADAN," direct to sail OCT. 17
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY AT
0. P. MORSE, M. Hackfeld Sc Co., Ut
GENERAL REIOHT AOENT. AGENTS. HONOLULU.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Stetmsrs of the above line, running In conneetlon with the CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N. 8. W,
and calling at Victoria, 8. C, Honolulu and Suva, FIJI, and Brisbane, art
DUE AT HONOLULU on or about the date below stated, viz.:
From Vancouver and Victoria, D. C. From Sydney and Brisbane.
(Tor Drtsbane and Sydney) I (For Victoria and Vancouver, U.C.)
MIOWKIIA SIIPT. 12'aOHANOI SKI'T. II
AOIIANUI OCT SO MOANA OCT. 17
MOANA NOV. 17 MIOWHItA NOV. H
Through Tickets Iseued from Honolulu to Canada, United State i.nd Eu
rope. For Freight and Paseage and all general Information, apply to
Thet. H. Uaiies & Co.. Ill flcienl AgeiU,
J. P. Morgan, Presldsnt; C, J. Campbell, Vice President; J. L. McLean,
Sccretar; A. F. Clark, Treasurer; N. E. Gedge, Auditor; Frank Hustace,
Hustace-Peck Co., .Ltd.
DRAY !VIEN, 63 QIJEEN ST.
Firewood, Stove and Steam Coal.
ALSO WHITE AND BLACK SAND. TELEPHONE MAIN 231
AIHiRNS-In this city. Sept. 20, I'M;
to Mr. and Mrs. Adnlph II. Alliens,
BWCZRY-In, this cty. Sept. 21, 1UO0,
to Mr. und Mrs, Otto II. Swczcy, n
j Weekly Bulletin SI " year,
.The BUSINE38 MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published la the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, glvee a
conclce and complete resume of all, le
gal notices, calla for tenders, Judg
ments bullillna cermlte and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75ri per month. Weekly Bulletin,
SI per year,
... i m
Tho Weekly Kdltltm of tho Evening
Bulletin ftlvos n romplrto summary of
the news ot the day. For 81 "
Peoolo who want llquore,
beer, etc., for home use, find It
very convenient to order from
us, because we keep all the
We deliver to your home.
Retail JobblngiDepartment of
'PHONE MAIN 36,
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fnn (n I .tncK-.
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'BJBk. r, . aA 3BJT
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lultaii'im ir iihuftlio'n
oi iiuentii nifiui rnnm.
lVtTittM. It's itoi ttiu
lltl VT plilA6Hil,
Hultl by Oruaglu,
I'or Walanao, Walalua, Kaliuku and
Way Hlatlonb llilC a. m.. 3:20 p. in.
Knr l'carl City. Kwa Mill nnd Way
Btatlona 17:30 a, in., 1):1S a. in.,
11:03 a. m., 2:ic p. a. 3:2u p. in.,
P:15 p. m., 3:30 n. in, til: 15 p. re.
Kor Wablawa 9,16 a. tn. and &:1E
, Arrive Honolulu, from Kahuku, Wal
alua and WalatiBO 8:30 a. tn., S:31
Arrlvo In Houolulu from Kwa Mill
and l'carl City 17:40 a. m., B:36 n.
m., 10.38 u. ni., 'ltto p. m., i:3l p.
in., S:31 p. tn., 7:30 p, in,
Arrlvo Honolulu from Wabluwa
8:30 a. in. and '5:31 p. m
'Phone Main 487
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