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FJVEVINfl ntJt,L.ETm. HONOLULU. T. TI.. VUinAY. Al'IUt, 2fi. 11107.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of thlt line will arrive and leave thl port at hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO:
AIAMKDA At'Il. 2il
ALAMKDA MAY 17
AI.AMKDA H'NE 7
AIiAMEDA Jl'NK 2S
ALAMEDA Jl'LY 8
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
In connection with the sailing of the above iteamert, the 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
York by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm- G Irwin & Co., Ltd
OCEANIC 3. S, CO.. GENERAL AGENT!.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship
Co., and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
SU.rtiero of the above companies will call at Honolulu and leave this port
on or about the dates below mentioned:
ESTABLISHED IN 1858.
Bishop & Co.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued on
the Bank of California and
The LondonJoir.t Stock Bank,
Correspondents foi the
American Express Company
and Thos. Cook & Son.
Interest allowed on term
and Savings Bank Deposits.
u Girls Coming Up
List Of Tour Contestants
Hilo Girl Leads Followed ByjSXffiigW::::::::
- . IlIATTIE L. SAFFREY, Honokaa
ionojaa,isut .Local loung
Women Advance Rapidly
HESTER LEMON, Honolulu
EMMA ROSE. Honolulu
LILLIAN MUNDON. Kauai, Kapaa. .
MARY K. NAILIMA. Hilo
WATTY E. HOLT, Honolulu
KATIE SADLER, Hakalau, Hawaii.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA:
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
1'U. HO, CllIN'A
AMERICA MAKt' MAY 10, MONOOMA MAY 7
Call nt Manila.
...MAY 17 Ml'I'ON MAKU
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
H Hackfeld & Co-, Ltd,, aiu
"aSeewg-hawaiian s. S. CO "
Direct Service belieen Hew York and Hawaiian hlands, Via Pacific
Prom rVew Vorlc to honolulu
Weekly Sailings via Tehuantepec.
Freight received at all timet at the Company's Wharf, 41st
Street, Sojth Brooklyn.
Prom Honolulu to San Pranelaco
S.S. "NEVADAN" to sail MAY 18
Prom San Prnnclaco To Honolulu
S.S. "MEXICAN" direct APE. 25
S.S. "NEVADAN" : to sail MAY 3
Freight received at Company's Wharf, Greenwich St.,
and each month thereafter.
Prom .Scnttlo and Tucoma to Honolulu
S.S. "CALIFORNIAN" MAY 1
S.S. "MISSOURI" direct . . .to sail MAY 10
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY AT
C. P. MORSE. M. Hackfeld & Co., L-t
GENERAL FREIGHT AGENT. AGENT8, HONOLULU.
Wm. G. Irwin.
Claus Spreckels & Co.
. - .. .... . UI Ptll
The supposition that t)ic local All of which Rives the thousands ' MELIKA l'fcThU&UM. itonoiuiu ;-.
voung ladies would not Rive a free cf people intrrestcd in this contest a L. CALLIE LUCAS, Honolulu 2lllz
read to tlic representatives ot Uic mil realization uuu inc appearance ',It"' ,', 21112
,!.- T.1.....1.. :- -......1 ... 4l.A .. nt n .,imtrt,f iimO, n fn,l- VllftC 4llU JllT.TA SENNA. HOnOlUltt A.1,UA
Milt of the count in the Parifio States week doesn't prove how many more IRENE BOYD, Honolulu . .
TV,,- rn(A.t ni,ii.t.,i n,ii, dip .fill iim-f. nrvt EMMA J. CLARK. Honolulu
Daisy Todd has increased iicr mar-, 0ther3 have held their own in good ALICE GREEN. Honolulu ;
!..!... 11 .1 .. ,1 !. enonn Unti RdfC-ow nt Umintrnn T.YTIIA KAWAIHUI. WBialUft "'
making a lcmnrkablc record. But inldcd i long list of votes and jumped MABEL CHINO KAU. Honolulu ..
the appearance of new names in the lines places ahead. Hester Lemon LIZZIE K. VICTOR, Honolulu ...
i,.i nmi ii,. sfiniiM. . !, ii l fpni writ in tlip inn mill nlthnntrlt PAULINE EVANS. Honolulu ....
show that th Hilo girl vill not have Watty Holt dropped back a little she ' MISS L. R0SEWARNE. Honolulu ,
the whole thing to herself. has lots cf friends caving ballots for ALEXANDRA DEFRIES. Honolulu
The rccoid made early in the con- l.cr. 1 2ELIE R00ERS. Honolulu
test has demonstrated the popularity Right here the Bulletin wishes to LOUISA K. HART. Wailuku
of the project offered by the! Bulletin isuc another warning note. ) ROSE ALOIAU, Kauai
might make" some think this is the our ballets. Don't hold them too MISS F. M. CHILTON. Honolulu ' J.302
close instead of the beginning of the long. None has been thrown out MARIE PUNA WILLIAMS, Honolulu '
went. This is only the third week. ct. but the margin on some has been uai&y uuljjuiiw. wonomiu . , ---
There is lots of tim ahead in which netty close. Oct the votes in early WILHELMINA WILCOX. Honolulu
tc canvacs for new subscriptions, and then you'll be suro they arc LILLIAN KEAMALU, Honolulu
m. - . .,.. ,1 : ,.. ... .. ......1..1 rTlTMA WPTJ TTnnnllllll '
inc inct mat tuc race is out jusi ivuiiivu. ,... u, ..v....
begun is fuithcr indicated by the ap- AJrcady queries have come in con- KATIE FARRELL
pearancc of a new name. Miss Kawai- rn'iiR the final date when ballots TENNIE A. B0YER .
mi cf Waialua, who Innds at the ' !' ..-.J-d. Julv 30th is the last 0RR1LA K. RICE, Honolulu
itart right up in fint company with a " '-ich " vote of any character MABEL KINNEY. Honolulu
?vcr thirteen thousand votes. An- - h issued. July 30th, 5 P. M. OUSSIE CLARK, Honolulu
other mark of the barometer is found The count will take place August ADDIE HOSE. Maui ..... ..... . . . .
in the advancf of Emma Rose. Last 10. the last votes b;ing received at 4 ALICE TODD RODANET, Honolulu
week she had tos than ten thousand c'clotk on the afternoon of that day. NANI MARSH
rotes. Todav she is fifth on the list But all this is some way off. The CARRIE SCH0LTS. Maui
vith nearly forty thousand. time to canvass for votes is right HOSE E. CROOK, Makawao
Also take notice of L. Callie Lu- now This is well understood by the ALICE OP'O
..... .. i. - .' ..- . rt-4 TT.TTA TnTTMCnW
ras. Last wecK sue naa less man a omig women in uic couivsi. uci- uluui (umwvn
iVinisnn,! inw im rlnwn thr lilt p.nd 'inc votes and subscrintions all the MABEL WOND
Still another lac- time is wnai counis ana me one saiiui, om,i-raun
San Francisco Agents Tlic Ne
vada .National Dank of Han Fnuiclxco.
Draw Exchangi on the NenJa Na
tional Dank f flan Kranclco.
London The Union of London and
Smith's Bfliik, Ltd.
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Com Exchange National
Paris Credit Lyounals.
Hongkong and Yokohama lions-koDK-Shangunl
Ntw Ztaland and Australia llauk
of New Zealand and Uank of Australasia.
Victoria and Vancouver Dank of)
IIHHati Vortli Afnarlrn I
Il..nu,u M....lA.l t r.nna ...n.1. rn ' Pf 11'llOr lll P 11.
approved tecurlty. Comnioiclnl itml tor in the running who shonH be with the laigcst number of subsenb- KOSALIA DAVlbUW
Traveiors' credits issuou. inns oi kx-i v.atehcd is Emma J Clark whose ci-- to her crcaii is inc one iiKciy 10 uoiii nurivno . .
change bought and sold. I friellrf3 have nlaccd iior'v twenty wm K. MEYER
thousand to her cicdit dTing the The mult of the count Thursday LOUISE DE HARNE
Collodions Promptly Accounted For. k -tternoon follows: IVY TODD
Canadian-A utraHan Royal Mali
Steamers of the above line, running In connection with the CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N. S. W.,
and calling at Victoria, o. C, Honolulu and Suva, FIJI, and Brisbane, are
DUE AT HONOLULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.:
C. From Sydney and Brisbane.
1 (Tor Victoria and Vnncoutor, II. C.
KOANA MAY 4 MANUKA MAY 1
MANUKA JUNK 1 AOIIANGI MAY 2S
AOKANOt Jl'NE 29 MIOWEHA JUNK 20
Through Tlcktts issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and Eu
rope. For Freight and Passage and all general Information, apply to
Tlieo. 11. Davies & Co.. Ltd. General Ageals.
AND TRUST GO.
subscribed capital. ..$200,000.00
PAID UP CAPITAl $100,000.00
President Cecil Brown
Vice President M. P. Robinson
Cashier L. T. Peck
Office: Corner Kort nJ Klnu Sts.
SAVINGS DEPOSIT6 received and
Interest nllnned for yearly dcpoKlts at
tho rate of i 1-2 rrr cent, per annum.
Huh and regulations furnished up
From Vancouver and Victoria, O.
(For llrlslmne and Sydney)-
J. F. Morgan, President; C. J. Campbell, Vice President; J. L. McLean,
Secretary; A. F. Clark, Treasurer N. E. Cedge, Auditor; Frank Hustace,
Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd.
DRAY MEN, 63 QUEEN ST.
Firewood, Stove, and Steam Cos
ALSO WHITE AND BLACK SAND. TELEPHONE MAIN 295.
The Yokohama Specie Bank, U&
Capital Paid Up ..
1'or Wnluuau, WiUaluu, Kuhuku and
Way Stations :1G u. m., 3:20 J. in.
.For l'earl City, Kw'n Mill and Way
Stations t7:30 a. m 3:15 n. m.,
11:03 a. m., 2.1B p. in., 3:20 p. in.,
"8:15 p. m . 19-30 p. m, tll:00 p. jr..
I'or Wahluwn D: 15 a. m. and 5;15 (0w King,
p. in. .
Arrlin Hnnnlulii from Knhukil. Wal
nlua and WAliinao S:36 n. m. 'oiSl Improved and Modern SUGAR MA'
p. in. CHINERY of every capacity ana de
K.lPUNA. HONOIPU, KAILUA ant
From Borenson's Wharf.
Apply on Board or to
HAWAIIAN BALLA8TINO CO.. Agt
Telephone Main 308, Msunaket St., b
P. O, BOX BZO.
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCH AGENCIES AntuiiB,
Ilslfii, linns Knu. Chcfoo, Dalny,
lloinbay, HoiiRkniiR, Honolulu, Koho,
I.eo)m:, London, Lyons, Mukden,
Nauanakl, NowchwatiB. Now York,
Peking. Ran Francisco, SliaiiKlial. Ti
entsin, Toklo, Omik.i.
Tho bank Imyn uml receives for col
lection Bills of Rxchnnge, Issued
I)rsftn and I.cttors of Credit and trans
acts a Kenornl ImnkliiK liiinlnohB.
HONOLULU BRANCH, C7 KING ST.
Albert F. Afong,
Telephone Main 407. P. O. Box 795.
832 FORT ST.
8TOCK AND BOND BROKER.
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
William T. Patv,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
' ALAKEA 8TREET,
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
All classes of Building Work
promptly and carefully executed
Office 'Phone Bluo 1801.
Residence 'Phone Blue 2332
Arrlvo In Honolulu from Ewn Mill Pr)ntinn marie to order. Boiler work i-
nm,.V)!ri Cltlr'",.7,"lJ6n ?' m- ?A1 f and RIVETED PIPES for irrigation,
in., 10:38 a. in, UW p. m '1:31 p. . . ,niflHv. prtienUr at.1
'"Arrive lio,!"iulu Viom' Wahlawa - tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
8:30 u. iii. mid 5:31 p. in. , pairs execuieu ax snorxesi nonce,
t fix. 8unday.
t Sunday Only.
Tho Hulclwa I.tiiillrrl. a o hour (
train (only first class tickets honored),
leaves Honolulu every Sunday at 8:23
a. ni : ipIiiiiiIiik. ihtIvcb In Honolulu
at 10 10 P in The I.linltf d stops only .
at Pearl City and Waianao. I
O. P. DENISON. F C SMITH.
Hupt. O.P. & T. X '
Fine Job Printing it vh Bulletin.
ii.. ''.-j vt&kundti rttoW j tjiiiMSie'
Ni. Phillips & Co.
Wholesile Inipiners and Jobber
AMERICAN DRY GOODS
Small and Medium Sizes, Complete.
A. FERNANDEZ & SON,
Nos. 44-50 Kine St., Katsey Blk bt.
Nuuanu & Smith Sts.; Tel. Main 160,
I P. H. Burnette,
PORT snd CU(EN OTt
Attorney-at-Law and Notary Futile.
lllinl: honks of nil porta. leaden, i d.i et.,. i nnn rniUrttnnR i
olc. iiiHiiufnctiired l' tho Ilullelln l'ub- Agent to Grant Manlage Licenses.
Iibhlim Conuiuny. 'phonrs; Offico Main 310; Res.Wh.1341
JIM I S !. aaluwk.
HBffBaWI IWVHllUI. U Ifffl ITJ jHbTV arLVSBBBHBBBBl IBM
Cheap Substitutes and
"Just As Goed As."
Unscrupulous dealers, mindful only of profit and enrinff nothing
for the health of their patrons, arc offering for falc low-grade, impure
whiskey, which Ihcy tell you is as "good as Duffy's."
It is a cheap concoction and fraud, intended to deceive the people.
Of course, when a remedy has been heforc the public so lonp, has
been prescribed and used by the best locto;s and in all'tlic
prominent hospitals, and has carried the blcin of health
nto so many thousands of homes as DUFI'Y S PURE
MALT WHISKEY has, imitations rrc bound to arise. Hut
tht can Imitate the little and hid enjna om tan imitate the
DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY is made 'rom a
formula worked out fifty years ao by one of the greatest
chemists the world has ever known, and while it has cured
millions of people during the last half century, the secret
has never been discovered.
Any firm that will sell imitation or substitution Roods
will sell impure drugs. The firm that is dishonest In one
thint! would not hesitate to be dishonest in another.
Whenever you sec imitation and substitution Roods offered
for sale by a firm, beware of anything and everything put
up by that firm. You endanger your own life and the lives
of your family and friends by dealing with them.
BEWARE OF FMUDS!
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
is sold in scaled bottles only never in bulk. A facsimile
of the genuine bottle, full size, is printed here so that you
may easily recognize it. It is our own patented bottle
round, amber colored, and with the name "Duffy's Malt
Whiskey Company" blown into the glass. The trade
mark the Old Chemist's Head is on the label, and
over the cork there is an engraved paper seal. 13c cer
tain this seal is not broken.
REFUSE IMITATIONS AND SUBSTITUTES
When you ask for
MALT WHISKEY be
sure you get the genuine
which is the only abso
lutely pure malt whi.kcy
Imitations and substi
tutes, far from relieving
the sick, arc positively
harmful. Demand DUF
FY'S, and be sure jott
get it. 15e on your guard
against refilled bottles.
Duffy's Tutc Milt WhUkey promotes health and longevity,
KEt?S THE OLD YOUNG -THE YOUNG STRONG
It ii the only ulilskey icciiirulzcil liy doctors everywhere as a n.ed,
k'Mic. Thu !j a nut:iiilr-'.
The genuine i. tolj by all i-liaUr ilrutj! ti, I'loieri anj ileal
era, or ilircit, SI i bottle. Hhntratcd mrthral booklet auJ cljctur'i
tdvicc free. AJJtcJ Dully M.dt WlmUy Co,, Kmhcjtcr, N. Y.
jvin m DffUD m
I VII HLMULHIl I MIL
Naval Officer Called
Tho Oceiuilr nloanicr Alameda :ir
rhed fiiini San I'runclsio this niiirn
IliB on Ht-lieiliiln time. lirlliKlUK ilown
n full t-aiRci of freight and a luiKii
piiMtciiRfr llt. Thnro wore fl pa
sviiRviH In tint saloon and only tslx lu
till! JtlHTHKl', till! BllirlcK III tllll Pffi'l t
that tho I'ortURiicKo who hud soim to
the Coast would cninci hack on lior
liiorliiK iintruo. A very ploaHiint
MiyiiRii was leported hy dipt. Imw
ilcll all tho way down.
Aniline tho must prominent paKnon
pern mi the nhlp wuh Com. C II. T.
Mooru, who will ro out to S.uno.i on
tin- Annapolis. Ho is thu Amcrlt'im
Covernor or Bamoa and has been on
n trli to tho mainland. On tho way
down It Is Mild ho did a most beauti
ful plvi'o of work in ndmlnlxteiliiR a
t-ovcro tallliiR down to one of tho
piiBxoiiRcrH, who allcRCS that he Is u
writer for magazines, anil took tho
opportunity to curse, tho ling, at thu
biimo tlmo iit'knowlcdRliiR that ho
was mi Ainerlian-boiii citizen. Tho
action of Com. Monte was highly up-
pi nveil of by all Iho purmmikcih and
tho only hiirprltio was exprcKsed nt
Iho fact Hint a toiiRiic-liiHliliiR wax
tho only punishment iccclvcd by tho
Cnpt. Hlbbard of tho shipping firm
of Illbhard & llnrnlMin was among
tho pnsbengcrH mid Is iircompnnlcd
by his wlfo. Ilia (ompiiny cnntrolK
a number of siilllng vessels and tho
two lino steamers, tho Watson ami
tho iluckiiinn, which arc at present
in tho AlnsUa-Scnttlo-San l'ranclsct)
"Pop" Spltxor icturned from his
tlip to tho Coast ntid was gipotod by
ninny fiiends as ho stopped off tho
T. .1. Wliulo, forincrly Hiirficou on
tho Voiitura, Is urtlng lu that I'.ipnn
Hy on tho Ahimi'dit on this trip mid
!s expecteil to bo a llxturo lu tho io
iltlou while his fiiiinei' boat Is laid
REAL ESTATE THANSACTIONB.
Entered for Record April 24, 1907,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
loela l.lmalahulnnl (Ii) by iilft.Affdt
'oola l.lmaluhulaul (h) hy afft.Atfilt
William A IlruiiH to I'.ing Choiig.Uol
din II Holt ft nl to Chun I.au Tal
1 llubiiiKti'lu to Woug Kwul.. . I'.iiltl
Wong Kwal and wf to Chu Ueni ot
Pilncevlllo Plantn Co to Wing
Mow Wul Co I,
riAflt mfi,tm)t m;lu