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BVBVtNCl nUTXKTTrt, 1TONOLULD. T II . TUESDAY, APIUl. 9, 1007.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port at hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO! i FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
In connection with the tailing of the above iteamen, the agentt are pre.
pared to Issue to Intending patengers, coupon through ticket), by any rail
road from San Francltco to all points In the United Statei, and from New
York by any steamship line to all European portt,
FOR rURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wro. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd
OCEANIC S S. CO., GENERAL AGENTS.
.AMI. 26 ' ALAMEDA Al'Il. 10
.MAY 17 SlEimv Al'Ii. 13
.ir.vi: 7 sos'oma Aim. 23
UNi: 2S ALAMEDA HAY 1
ESTA3LISHLD IN 185S.
Bishop & Co.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamshij
Co., and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamert of the above companlet will call at Honolulu and leave thlt port
on or about the datet below mentioned:
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA:
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
A.MKIUCA MAIIU . ,
Call ut Manila.
,.APR. " AMERICA MAIIU Aim. 13
,. Al'Il. 17IS1UEIUA Al'll. 23
..Al'Il. 30,CIU.N'A Al'Il. 30
...MAY lO.MONC.OI.IA MAY 7
...MAY 17 NIPPON MAIUT MAY 11
...MAY 24 DOIIIC MAY 25
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued on
the Bank of California and
The LondonJoir.t Stock Bank,
Correspondents for the
American Express Company
ind Thos. Cook & Son.
Interest allowed on term
and Savings Bank Deposits.
Claut Spreckels. Wm. Q. Irwin.
Claus Spreckels & Co.
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
Ht Hackfeld & Co,, Ltd., Ag.,
American-Hawaiian s. s. go
Direct Service between New York and Hawaiian Islands, Via Pacific
Prom New Vorlc to Monolulu
Weekly Salllngt via Tehuantepee.
Freight received at all timet at the Company! Wharf, 41t
Street, South Brooklyn.
Prom1 Honolulu to Son Fi'anclaco
S.S. "MEXICAN" APR. 15
from San Pranctaco To Monolulu
S.S. "NEVADAN" direct to sail MAY 3
Freight received at Company'! Wharf, Greenwich St.,
and each month thereafter.
Prom Aenttle and Tncoma to Honolulu
S.S. "CALIFORNIAN" direct ... .to sail APR. 15
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY AT
C, P. MORSE. H. Hackfeld & Co., L-t
GENCRAL FREIGHT AGENT. AGENTS, HONOLULU.
San Francltco Agentt The Ne
vad:i National Dank of Hun Kiauclscu,
Draw Exchange on thu Nevada Nu
tlonal Dank of San KrauclBCo.
London The Union of London and
Hmltli's Dank, Ltd.
New York American Kxchango Na
Chicago Corn Ichaugo National
Paris Credit Ljonnals.
Honokonn and Yokohama Hong
kong-Shanghai DankluK Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Dank
of New Zealand and Dank of Austra
Victoria and Vancouver Dank of
llrltlsh North America.
Deposits received. Loans made ou
approved security. Commercial and
Trailers' Credits Issued, mils oi kx-
change bought and sold.
Collectlont Promptly Accounted For.
Canadian-Autrailan Royal Mall
Steamers of the above line, running In connection with the CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, Q. C, and Sydney, N. S. W.,
and calling at Victoria, D. C, Honolulu and Suva, FIJI, and Brltbane, are
DUE AT HONOLULU on or about the datet below stated, viz.:
From Vancouver and Victoria, B. C. From Sydney and Brisbane.
(Kor Urlsbano and Sydney) I (For Victoria and Vancouver, D. C.
VOANA MAY 4 MANUKA MAY 1
MANUKA JUNK 1 ' AOIIANQI MAY 29
AOHANiil Il'NK 29 MIOWKHA JUNK 20
Through Tlekett Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and Eu
rope. For Freight and Patsage and all general Information, apply to
Tfaeo. H. Davics & Co.. Ltd. General Ageits.
AND TRUST GO.
OF HAWAII, LTD.
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL. ..1200,000.00
PAID UP CAPITAL $100,000.00
President Cecil Brown
Vice President M. P. Roblnton
Cashier L. T. Peck
Office: Corner Fort and Klne Sts.
8AVING8 DEPOSITS received and
Interest allowed for yearly deposllB at
tho rule of 4 1-2 per cent, per annum.
UiiIcb and regulations furnished up
J. F. Morgan, President; C. J. Campbell, Vice President; J. L. McLean,
Secretary; A. F. Clark, Treasurer N. E. Qedge, Auditor; Frank Huttace,
Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd.
DRAY MEN, 63 QUEEN ST.
Firewood, Stove and Steam Coal.
ALSO WHITE AND BLACK SAND. TELEPHONE MAIN 295.
Tor Wnldiiau, Walalua, Kaliuku and
Wuy Stations 9:15 a. tu., 3;20 p. in.
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way
Stations t7:30 a. ro 9:15 a. ra.,
ll:0f a. :n 2:1B p. m., 3;20 p. m.,
5:i. p. in.. (9:30 p. m., tll:00 p. m.
For Wahlawa 9:15 a. m. and 5:15
Anho Honolulu from Kahuku, Wal
alua and Walunno S:36 a. in,, 5:3l
Arrive In Hoiiolulii from Hwa Mill
mid l'earl City i7:4G a. m , S:3G a.
in., 10:38 a. in,, '1:10 p. m., 1:3l p.
in., 5:3l p. in., 7:30 p. m.
Arrlvu Honolulu from Wahlawa
8:30 a. m. and C:31 p. m.
KlPUNA. HONOIPU, KAILUA anc
From Sorenton't Wharf,
Apply on Board or to
HAWAIIAN BALLA8TINQ CO., Aot
(Telephone Main 396, Maunakea St, b
low King. P. O. Box 820.
I Ex. Sumliiy.
Tho Halolwa Limited, a two-hour
train (only Unit-class tickets honored),
leaves Honolulu ovary Sunday at 8:22
ii m.; re turn I hit, arrives In Honolulu
lit 10 10 p. m. Tho Limited stops only
ut Pearl City and Wulatiao.
o. p. dlwison. f. c. smith,
Supt. G. P. & T. A.
'HONOLULU IRON WORKS
' Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED FIFES for irrigation
, purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice,
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholetile Inipirwrs and Jobbart
AMERICAN DRY GOOD
TheYokotiamaSpeclB Bank, Ltd
Capital Subscribed Yen 24,000,000
Canltal Paid Uu Yen 21.000,000
Hescrvcd Fund Yen I3,ii,uu
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCH A0ENCIE8 AntunB,
Hslen, Hang Kan, Chefoo, Dalny,
Bombay, Hongkong, Honolulu, Kobe,
Looyang, London, Lyons, MtiKUcn,
Nagasaki, Nowchwang, New York,
Peking, Sao Francisco, Shanghai, Ti
entsin, Toklo, Osaka.
Tho bank buys and receives for col
lection Ullls of Exchange, Issues
Drafts and Lottors of Crodlt and trans
acts a general banking business.
HONOLULU BRANCH, 67 KINO ST.
Albert F. Afong,
Telephone Main 407. P. O. Box 795.
832 FORT 8T.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
MEMBER HONOLULU. STOCK AND
FORT and QUBEN 8T
Fin Job Printno it iha lullatin. IndiluB Company
I niunk books of all Boris, lodgers,
, etc. manufactured by tho Hullctlu Pub-
William T. Patv,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
All classes of Building. Work
promptly and carefully executed
Office 'Phone Blue 1801.
Residence 'Phone Blue 2332
Small and Medium Sizes, Complete.
A. FERNANDEZ & SON,
Nos. 44-30 King St., Katsey Blk., bt.
Nuuanu & Smith Sts.; Tel. Main 189.
P. H. Burnette,
Attornoy-at-Law and Notary Public.
Real Estate, Loans, Collections.
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses,
Phones: Office Main 310; Res.Wh.134t,
Pitoviiux ron Witxkss Fi:i: in Ciumixai, ('ami:..
lie it HmcIciI by Hif Isrilalaturc of the Territory nf llmrnii:
Scctio.v 1. Ilvcry vitiie legally required to iittend upon
ii Circuit Court or n frrnnd jury in any criminal can1 slutll be
entitled to one dnllnr for encli (Iuv'm attctidnuee and twenty
cent' for each mile actually nnd iiccc"rily traveled, in goiiiR
Skctio.v 2. It "lutll bo the duty of (lie Clerk of wtcli Circuit
Court to keei an .illendnncc roll, in which chilli be eulcreil thn
nanie of each Mitne subpoenaed for the prosecution in crimi
nal cifes in sai'l circuit, the linmt of each witness ubpoetuicil
for the dcfenduiil at the expeice of the County under order of
tho court, where each witncn wns subpoenaed or HUiiininncd,
the date of aipraranc, the date of discharge, tho nunibcr of
day' attendance with the ilnlw thereof, the place of rtwidenco
of the wiitne- and the number of mile necoarily traveled by
-aid wittier from tho jilitce of his residence to the place of
Skctiox Ii. Whenever it wittier subiioenacd on behalf of
the Territory in a criminal oiie or ou behalf of n defendant nt
the expeiiM1 of the County in a criminal cie-o shall be discharged
tho Clerk of the Circuit Court ehall w to him under seal
of tho Court, a numbered certificate from n liook having a stub
with like designations, stating tho name of such witness, when
and where he summoned or subpoenaed, the date of his
discharge, the niuiiltcr of miles necessarily traveled from his
place of residence to the place of holding court, the number of
days' service mid the amount due for mileage and for service.
Such certificates, when correct, mut be so certified by the
county altoruc.N but no certificate luill be so certitied unless
presented to the county attorney within twelve mouths after
the dale of isnc. Ou presentation to the county auditor of
any duly certified witness' certificate the auditor shall draw
his warrant on the county treasurer for the payment of the
same out of the general fund of the county, or if there is no
money in such fund with which to pay the same, it shall bo
registered and paid in its regular order.
Suction -I. livery witness in a criminal cao subpoenaed for
the Territory or for u defendant, by order of the court tit the
expense, of the county, shall unless temporarily excused report
in person daily to the Clerk of the Circuit Court from the time
of his appearance to the date of his discharge and no per diem
"hall be allowed for any day upon which attendance is not. so
SctTtov .". Xo witness for a defendant shall be subpoenaed
at the expense of the county except upon an order of the Court.
Such order shall be made only upon aflidavit of the defendant,
(1) That Miiil defendant is impecunious nnd unable to pay
the per diem and mileage of said witness.
(2) That the evidence of said witness is material for de
(.'!) That, said defendant cannot safely proceed to trial
without said vitnes.
.Smtiox (t. This Act shall take effect from and after the
date of its approval.
Approved this 8th day of April,-A. 1). 11)07.
(1. K. CARTKIt,
Governor of the Territory of Hawaii.
To Ajii:xi Suction 1080 or Tin: Hi:visi:i Laws ok tiii: Tiiii
niToiir or Hawaii Uixatixu to Cixiikh, Dki'iitv
Ci.i.ukk ami Assistant Ci.imiks, s.rcu Assistant Ci.kiikh
to in: Ex Orricio BAiurrs.
lie it Knncltd by the Lcilnlatiirc of the Territory of lliiirnii:
Si:ctiox 1. That Section HIM) of tho Revised Laws of the
Territory of Hawaii bo and the same is hereby amended and
re-enacted so as to read as follows:
"Section 10S0. There shall be a clerk of the Judiciary De
partment and as many deputy clerks and assistant, clerks as
the business of the department shall require, wIiom' salaries
shall Ihj fixed by tho Legislature. The clerk of the Judiciary
Department shall be appointed by the Justices of tho Supremo
Court, and shall bo ex oflicio clerk of all the courts of record
of tho Territory, and as such may issue process returnable in
all such courts. He shall have supervision and direction of
the deputy and assistant clerks, hut shall not bo held responsible
for their acts or outis-ions. Ho shall havo charge of the. records,
money.- and business in the central oflico in Honolulu and shall
sttporvin- ami direct the mode of keeping accounts and records.
There shall bo two or more deputy clerks for tho first circuit
who shall be clerks of the Supreme Court and of tho Circuit
Court of the first circuit. Of lhee, two may bo appointed and
removed by tho Chief Justice of the Supremo Court and one
by each of tho Circuit Judges of the first circuit.
There shall also be one deputy dork for each of tho other
circuit courts appointed and roinowiblo by tho Judge thereof.
Theie may also bo one assistant clerk appointed and remov
able by each. circuit judge with liko powers: and duties of tho
deputy clerks, and each asi-lant clerk so appointed by a cir
cuit judge shall bo ex oflicio bailiff for the court of tho circuit
judge by whomdio shall be appointed.
Any deputy clerk or iis-Utiuit clerk may be removed by tho
supieuie court for inelliciency of misconduct."
Siction 2. This Act shall lake effect and bo iu force from
and after the date of its approval.
Approved this Sth day of Apiil, A. D. 11)07.
G. R. CARTER,
Governor of the Territory of Hawaii.
WEEKLY WEATHER BULLETIN
HONOLULU, T. H., April 8, 1907.
The mean temperature was higher from 4.8" to s2.2 than the pre
ceding week's at all stations but two on Hawaii; .6 to 4-1.6 at all on
Maul, except Puunene; 4.3 to -2.0 at all on Oahu and Molokal, and
4.4" to 4.5 at all on Kauai,
Rain occurred on every day of the week at all stations In the Hllo dis
trict of Hawaii, and on the majority of days In the remaining districts,
excepting Kau. Rains also occurred on the majority of days on the
remaining Islands, except In central and western Maul, In the Ewa
and Walanae districts of Oahu, the northwestern portion of the Kona
district of Kauai, and In southeastern Molokal.
The greatest amounts of rainfall ranged from .97 Inch to 3.82 Inches
and occurred In tho Hllo and Hamakua districts of Hawaii, Rainfalls
In amounts exceeding 1.00 Inch for tho week also occurred In the Kona
and the west-central portion of the Kohala districts of Hawaii, In the
Hamakualoa and northwestern portion of the Koolau districts of Maul,
In the southern portion of the Koolaupoko district of Oahu, and In the
eastern portion cf the Kona district of Kauai.
At stations having a record of ten or more years the amount was
below the average for the week at all stations on Kauai; at ill on
Oahu, excepting those In the Koolaupoko district, and at all on Ha
waii, excepting at Kealakekua (Davis) and Ookala.
The deficiencies for the week on Hawaii ranged from .39 Inch to
2.04 Inches; on Oahu from .23 to .42 Inch, and on Kauai from
.11 to 1-00 Inch. On Hawaii the excesses ranged from 4.50 Inch
to 41.33 Inches, and on Oahu from 4.30 to 4.32 Inch.
The rainfall was less than that of the preceding week at all stations
on Hawaii, excepting at Kealakekua (Davis); at all on Maul, excepting
Haiku and Klhel, where It was the same, and Puunene, where It was
.10 Inch greater; at all on Oahu, except at Walanae, where It was the
same, and In the southern portion of the Koolaupoko district, where it
was somewhat more than a half-Inch greater; at all on Molokal, and
at all on Kauai, excepting Elecle.
Brisk trade winds prevailed generally thruout the seek In all por
tions of the section.
The following table shows the weekly averages of temperature and
rainfall for the principal Islands and for the Group:
Hawaii C9.2 1.76 Inches.
Maul 71.2 0.58 Inch.
Oahu 73.4" 0.54 Inch.
Kauai 71.4' 0.46 Inch.
Molokal 70.8" 0.21 Inch.
Entire Group 70.7' 1.12 Inches.
At the local office of the U. S. Weather Bureau In Honolulu strong
East and Northeast winds and generally partly cloudy weather ob
tained, with .20 Inch of rainfall, .42 below the normal and .51 less than
during last week. The maximum temperature was 79', the minimum
66, and the mean 64.7", 0.1 below the normal and 1.8 higher than last
week's. The mean relative humidity was 64.7''!, and the prevailing
wind direction East, with an average hourly velocity of 12.7 miles. The
mean dally barometer ranged from 30.07 to 30.15 Inches, with a mean
for the week of 30.12, .09 Inch above the normal.
DEPUTY'S HEP0RT OF
(i. I J. Smithies, Deputy liimirunrn
(.'ominluilotirr, bus KiibiiilttiMl to A. .1.
CutnplK-ll, liiHiiuinro CoiuiiilssloiH'r, a
iciio'-t for the biennial (icrloil ctiilliu;
December 31. lUUli. DurlUK this pe
riod thn Insurance business of thu
Territory was lianilleil by UK! com-;
panics as follows: Klie, fii; murine,
19; life, 12: neclilent ami health. C;
l.urKlury, 1; liability, II; plate kIiiks,
2: Ninety, :l. Total, UK!.
Of II ro Insurance thn nuioiiiit writ
ten was J-IL'.TlN.'J'.in.T. premiums
leeelved J712,iU.0", uiul losses pal'l
Of murine. Insurance the nmoiint
....it,.... ...,u tr.r. 'tr.it ii io ii I. tiri.m
ni high , ti ... .,... .-,.. ... ,.....
lams received )47n,3:!1.41, nml loss-
es paid $2sr.,r,r..r,2.
Of life liisuiaiico tho nmnunt or,
new business written was IS.GOU.GSIi. j
fifl. premiums leeelved 14",C!l0.o:i, i
tpnew.il pioniliiniK leeelved $83:!,3!1.
28, nnd dentil claims, etc., paid :!!:!.-!
Of accident and lieiilth Insurance. I
premiums leeelved were. $21,132.20.
and losses paid 8,1"C.:I0.
Of burglary Insurance tho amount
of premiums iccclvcd wcie 26, with
Of liability Insurance, premiums
Kcolved weie $!l,:!2li.rit!, and losses
Of plate glass Insurance pieinlums
iceelved were $1,917.2!), with no
Or muety Insurance premiums re
ceived were $24,r,71.7, and loshci
Krom the leport It Is cleaned that
the Insuiaiuo business of J905 ex
ceeded that of 1904 111 all classes ex
cept life Insurance. Tho falllnB off
In life Insurance was no doubt duo
to tho recent Investlftatlons made by
the Armstrong Committee Into tho
conditions of certain lifo Insurance
It Is recommended In the report
that legislation be biought to bear
to prevent tho plnclng of Insuianee
on risks located In this Territory with
companies not authorized to do busi
ness In this Territory, said legislation
to piovide for the placing of surplus
lines In unauthorized companies un
der certain conditions.
Legislation In this lino would not
cnly mid materially to tho Income of
this department, but would give to
tho Insurance companies operating
within this Territory thu protection
and right which Is duly thelis.
The Senate tonic another whack at
thu llipuir bill as a Committee of thu
Whole eslerday afternoon. After
lonstderable dchuto the number of
saloons was Died nt one for each 1,
Ouu Inhabitants. The license for
clulib outside of a llve-iallu rail I mi
from a IIirI-cIiihs poxtolIUo was cut
fioia $2no to $I.iU.
In thu current expense bill $4S,000
was given to landings and wharves.
The $0U Item for rent for tho kero
ene warehouse w.ih opposed by
Woods and Chlllliigworth, but their
motion to strike It out wuh lost.
After considerable discussion the
Survey Department was cut from
$:. 1,(100 to $10,000. There were noma
who wanted to cut It to $,.Ti,000. In
dustrial and manual training was re
duied from JT.'IIO to $3000. Uiliul
iiiiliuia was raised to $ in, 1)00. Sum
mer school, $2i00, was cut out. An
Item for a Hllo ambulance was In
serted. Tim Matiilanl Hospital was
given $8000, and $21,000 was In
serted for (lovernment physicians.
Tho Associated Charities were given
(1800, though tills was opposed.
TIME OF THEIR LIVES
A meeting of tho entire committee
on Congressional Heceptlon mis held
yesteiday afternoon. I'loposcd tilps to
tho different Islands weiu discussed,
and other general arrangements tall. eel
The mention committees on the
other Island will be lequusteil to for
waul their plans of eiitcitalnmeat to
Seeietary Atkinson with u view to
formulating a general plan,
After the geneial meeting President
Ulshop, Speaker llolstela ami tho Del
egate held an after (oafeience.
The seeielury bellewa that tho Coti-
giessuieu should not be wuitled with
local troubles, but a god time geuei-
ully bo given the visitors.
Private Seeietary McClellan has
written fiom Washington that the
transport Huron! with tho Congres
sional 'party will positively Ball from
San Krauclsco on April 30, and that
tho party would leave Honolulu In
some transuort about May 2.1.
BULLETIN ADS. PAY -Q
A CLEANLY AGE.
Twentieth Century Ideas Incline To
ward Sanitation and Preventives.
Nowadays scientists believe that In
cleanliness lies tho secret of picwn
tlon of diseases.
To pieveut a illscnsc, remove the
Just as unclean habits breed many
diseases, so careless habits will breed
dandruff, lmpioper use of another's
brushes, combs, etc., will surely cause
dandruff, and. in time, will Just as
surely cause baldness.
It's mlscioblc Infection, nothing
more nor less.
Newluo's Hcrplcldo kills the dan
drufl germ, and causes hair to grow
luxui titutly. Hcrplildu Is absolutely
fiee from giease or other injurious
Sold by leading druggists. Send 10e.
in stamps for sample to Tho llerplcldJ
Co., Detroit. Mich. Hulllstcr Drug Co.,
FULLERTON GOES TO G0LDFIELD
James K. Kullerton, who. It will
be remembered, was severely roaBtcd
by Judge Lindsay some little time
ago for tho lax manner In which he
carried out the duties of guardian,
l"ft In tho steamer Moana last Wed
nesday. Ills destination Is (loldfleld.
Nov., whcio he expects to better him
self In worldly goods.
Tlii'ie was some tulle about town
to the elTcct that Kullerton had
"sKldooed," but Inquiry of C. II. Del
Una, a surety ou Kullerton's bond,
brings out the fact that everything
Is s'luaio and as It should be. Mr.
Ilelllna sas that Kullerton has had
tuini) pretty hard luck lately, and has
simply gone away In hopes of better
U. S. SUPREME COURT DECIDES
Word was iceelved jesterday that
tho decision of tho Hawaii Supremo
('emit, In the insu of Sister Albertlua
against KawanaiiaKo.i and others,
has been affirmed by tho Supreme
Court of tho United States.
It Is an Important case, Inasmuch
as It Involves tho right to sue the
Territory In a caso of foreclosure of
mortgage whoro the Teirltory holds
a poitlcm of tho piopcrty covored by
S.unclhlng like $10,000 Is Involved
in thu caso just decided.
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