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BrVENlN BULLETIN; IIOHOIAILO.T. H.. THURSDAY, MAR. 12, 190S.
Oceanic Steamship Compairy
She staamert of Ihli lint will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FROM SAN FBANCISCO:
In connection with the tailing- of the above steamers, the agents are
oreoa-ed to litua the Inlendlno pastcngtrt, coupon through tlcketi, Dy
any railroad from San Francisco to all polnti In the United States, and
from New York by any tteamthlp line to all European porta.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd
OCEANIC 3. 8. CO. GENERAL AGENTS. ..,
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship
Co., and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steimen of the above companies will call at Honolulu and leave thli port
on or about the dates below mentioned:
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA!
AMERICA MAHU MAIL
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
H, Hackfeld &
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
FROM NEW Y0IIK TO HONOLULU.
Weekly Sailings via Tchuantepec.
Freight received at all times at tho Company's Wharf. 41st Street, South
FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRAN
CISCO NEHRASKAN...TO SAIL MAIL 21
FROM SAN FRANCISCO TO HONO
S.S. Ni:'ADAN..TO SAIL MAIL 20
S.S. NK1IRAS1CAN.TO SAIL AIML :t
Freight received at Company
wharf, Greenwich Street.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mall
Steamers of the above line, running In connection with the CANAD
IAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N.
8. W., and calling at Victoria, D. C Honolulu and Suva, FIJI, and Bris
bane, are DUE AT HONOLULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.:
FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA:
AORANOl' MCIL 7
MOANA APR. 4
MARAMA MAY 2
AOItANOI MAY 30
Through Tickets Issued from
For Freight and Passage and
Theo. H. Davtes &
Matson Navigation Company
The S. S. ''HI10NIAN" of this line, carrying passengers and freight,
will run in a direct service between this port and San Francisco, sailing
and arrivine on or about the following dates:
LEAVE S. FRAN.
MAR. 18 th
Passenger Rates to S. F.: First Cabin, ?G0; Bonndy Trip Fint Class
For further particulars apply to
CASTLE & COOKE, LTD.. Agents.
Transfer Co., Ltd.
Furniture and Piano Moving.
Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd
Phone 293. DRAYMEN G3 Queen Street. P. 0. Box 212.
Estimates Given on all kinds of teaming. I'VlMllrf
IIREW0OD, STOVE, STEAM AND BLACKSMITH COAL.
CRUSHED ROCK, BLACK AND WHITE SAND, GARDEN SOU.
HAY, GRAIN, CEMENT, ETC.
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
KAPUNA, H0N0IPU, KAILUA
From Sorenton's Wharf
Apply on Board or to
HAWAIIAN BALLASTING CO, Agt.
Telephone 300, Maunakea St., below
King. P. 0. Box 820.
BULLETIN ADS, PAY
FOR SAN FRANCISCO;
I FOR SAN FRANCISCO
NIPPON MAIIU . . ..
FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA TO
S.S, COLUMIHAN.TO SAIL MAIL 18
ARIZONAN TO SAIL APR 1
For further Information apply to
II. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
C. P. MORSE,
General Freight Agent.
Honolulu to Canada. United States and
all general Information, apply to
Co.. Ltd. General Agentn.
SUN GHOY SING
BUILDING CONTRACTOR, REPAIR
ING, PAPER HANGING, AND
No. 1135 FORT ST., opp. Club Stables
ESTAELI8HE.D IN ISSi.
Bishop & Co.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued on
the Bank of California and
The LondonJoir.t Stock Bank,
Correspondents for the
American Express Company
jnd Thos Cook & Son.
Interest allowed on term
ind Savings Bank Deposits.
Wm. G. Imln
Claus Spreckels & Co.
I T. M.
San Franelr.co Aoents The Ne
vada National Bauk of San Francisco.
Draw Fxehange on tho Nevada na
tional Bank of San Francisco.
London Tho Union ot London anu
Smlth'n Bank, Ltd.
New York American Exchange
Chicago Corn Exchango National
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hongkong-Shanghai
New Zealand and Australia Bank
of Now Zealand and Bank of Austra
lasia. Victoria and Vancouver Bank 01
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made on
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' credits issuea. 11111s 01
Exchange bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
AND TRUST GO.
OF HAWAII, LTD.
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL. .1200,0000
PAID UP CAPITAL i0OfiOOJO0
President Cecil Brown
Vice President M. P. Robinson
Cashier L. T. Pack
Offlco: Corner Fort and King Sts,
SAVINGS DEPOSITS rocelvcd and
Interest allowed for yearly deposits
at tho rato ot l',a per cent per
Rules and regulations furnished
Tho Yokohama Specie Bank,
Capital (Paid up)... Yen 24,000,000
Reserved Fund Yen 15,050,000
Special Reserved Fund. Yen 2,000,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
Branches and Aeencies:
Toklo, Kobe, Osaka, Nagasaki,
London, Lyons, New York, Ban Frac
clsco, Bombay, Hongkong, Bhanghal,
Hankow, Chefoo, Tientsin, Peking,
Newchang, Dalny, Port Arthur, An-tung-Hslen,
Ltaoynng, Mulidon, Tlon
The Bank buya and receives for
collection bills ot exchange, Issues
Drafts and Letters of Credit, and
transact a general banking business.
Honolulu Branch, 67 S. King Street.
For Walanae, Waialua, Kahuku and
Wav Stations 9:1B a. m., '3:zo p. m
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way
Stations 17: 30 a. m., "J:i5 a. m.
11:05 a. m., 2.15 p. m., 3:20 p. m,
5:15 d. m.. 13:30 n. m.. 111:00 p. m.
For Wahiawa 8:15 a. m. and
0:15 p. m.
Arrlvo Honolulu frr.m Kahuku, Wat
atua nnd Walanao 8:30 a. m., 5:31
I', m. ,
Arrno in Honolulu irom kw wm
and Pearl City 17:40 u. m., 'B:3B
a. m 10:38 a. m 1:40 p. m 4:3i
p. m., 5:31 p. in., 7:30 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Wahiawa
8:30 a. m. and 6:31 p. m.
t Sunday Only.
Tho Halclwc, Limited, a two hour
train (only first-class tickets hon
ored), leaveo Honolulu every Sunday
at 8:22 a. m.; returning, arrive In
Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. The Limited
etops only at Pearl City and Wnlanae.
G. P. DENISON, F. C. SMITH,
Supt Q. F. fc T. A.
Alexander & Baldwin
3. P. COOKE Manager
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
H. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle Vice President
W. M. AloTftniUr SrennA Vice Pre.
T. P. Cooke Third Vice Pres.
J. Waterhous Treasurer
E. E. Paxton Secretary
W. 0. Smith Director
Q. R. Carter Director
W. R. Castle Director
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maui Agricultural Company.
Kihei Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Xahuku Plantation Company.
Kahului Railroad Company.
Haleakala Ranch Company.
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
Honolulu, T. H.
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MER,
CHANTS, SUGAR FACTORS
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS
Ewa Plantation Co.
Waialua Agricultural Co., ltd.
Kohala Sugar Co.
Waimed Sugar Mill Co.
Apokaa Sugar Co., Ltd.
Fulton Iron Works of St. Louis
Blake Steam Pumps
Babcock & Wilcox Boilers
Green's Fuel Economieers
Marsh Steam Pumps
Matson Navigation Co.
Planters' Line Shipping Co.
Wni. 8. Irwto & Co., Ltd
wm. p.. irtWIN... President ana mgr.
JNn. n. SPRECKELS.. 1st Vice rre.
W. M. GIFFARD 2d Vice Pres.
H. M. WHITNEY Treasurer
RICHARD IVER8 Secretary
W. F. WILOON Auditor
Oceanic Steamship Co., 8an Francisco,
Western Sugar Refining Co., 8an
Baldwin Locomotive Works, Phila
Newall Universal Mill Co. Manufac
turers of National Cane
Shredder, New York, N. Y.
Pacific Oil Transportation Co., San
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Waltuku Sugar Co.,
Pepeekeo Sugar Co., The Planters
Line of San Franclv.0 Packets.
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Vice President and Mana
ger; C. F. Bishop, Treasurer and Sec
retary; F. W. Macfarlane, Auditor; P.
C. Jones, C. M. Cooke and J. R. Gait,
B. F. DILLINGHAM CO
General Agent for Harrall:
Atlas Assurance Company of London,
New York Undei-wrlters' Agency.
Providence Washington iMurance Co,
4th FLOOR, OfANGENWALD BLDG,
Is not a Luxury; It (s a Necessity.
But you Muit have the DE8T
and that Is provided by the famous
and most equitable Laws of Massa-
ehutdtts, In the
Ne.w England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.,
OF D08TON, MASSACHU8ETT8.
If you would be fully Informed about
these laws, address
Castle & Cooke,
HONOLULU, T. H.
AOENTS FOR THE
Royal Insur. Co. ot Liverpool, Eng.
Commercial Union Assurance Co.,
Ltd., of London, England.
Scottish Union & National Ins. Co. of
Wilhelma of Magdeburg General In
BULLETIN AD8. PAY
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OF
BONDS OF HAWAIIAN SUGAR
Wo, tho undersigned, WILLIAM
0. IRWIN and K. I. SPALD1NO,
Trustees under Deed of Trust dated
Jnnunry 24, 1902, made by HAWAI
IAN SUGAR COMPANY, to tho un
dersigned ns Trustees, hereby glvo
notlco to tho bondholders ot the Ha
waiian Sugar Company of the elec
tion of said Company to redeem nnd
pay, and of tho redemption and pay
ment of the following numbered
bonds of said Company on the first
day of April, 1808, at tho omco of the
Mercantile Trust Company of San
Francisco ,n th0 clt' nnd County of
San Francisco, State of California,
Tho holders of nbovo numbered
bonds nro hereby notllled to present
for payment of principal nnd Inter
ett to April 1st, 1908, nnd surrender
mill bond.i at the place nnd on tho
dato last above mentioned, nnd that
after April 1st, 1908. nil interest on
wild bonds numbered as aforesaid
Honolulu, T. It., March 2nd, 1908.
W. (1. IRWIN,
H, I. SPALDINO,
Trustees under said Hawaiian
Sugar Company Trust
BENSON, SMITH & CO., LTD.
At tho adjourned annual meeting ot
llpiiHcm, Smith & Co., Ltd., held March
Cth, 1908, tho following officers woro
elected to serve for the ensuing year.
George W. Smith President
A. J. Glgnoux Vice President
J. C. McGIII Treasurer
W. C. MeGonagle Secretary
A. W. T. Oottomley Auditor
J. A. Kennedy Director
W. C. McfJONAOLK,
7TH PRECINCT, 4TH DISTRICT.
The Republicans of the above pre
cinct are hereby notified to meet nt
tho McOrew building, corner ot Doro
tanla and Alakea streets, on Thurs
day evening. March 12th, at 7:30
o'clock, for tho purpose ot organiz
ing a precinct club, nominating nnd
electing officers for tho same, to
rervo until the next general precinct
Snld precinct Is bounded as fol
lows: All that portion of tho Dis
trict ot Honolulu, County of Oahu,
bounded and described as follows:
On tho north by a line drawn from
tho Junction of School and Emma
r.trcets to the old flag-polo east on
Punchbowl; on tho cast by Alapal,
on the south by Hotel street; on the
west by Alakea and Emma streets;
polling place, Emma Square.
II. E. MURRAY,
Chairman Republican County
Committee, County of
Honolulu, March 10th, 1008.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
ESTATE OF BENJAMIN D.
Tho undersigned, Ocrtrudo Whit
ney Scnnlon, having been appointed
administratrix of the estuto of
Benjamin d. Whitney, late of Ho
nolulu, Island and County of Oahu,
crrltory of Huwnll, deceased, hero
by gives notice to all creditors of tho
ald llenjnmln D. Whitney, to pre
sent their claims, duly authenticated
nnd with proper vouchers, If any ex
ist, even If tho claim Is secured by
mortgagor upon real estate, to tho
said administratrix, nt the olllccs of
THOMPSON & CLEMONS, 810
Campbell Illock, Honolulu, Oahu,
within b(x mouths from tho dato ot
Iho ilrst publication of this notice, or
they will bo forovcr barred.
OEUTItUDE WHITNEY SCANLON.
Administratrix of the estate
of llenjamln D. Whitney,
Dated Honolulu. March Cth, 1908.
3042 Mar. 5, 12, 19, 20; Apr. 2.
Ask Your Grocer
BEAUTIFUL PICTURES AND
reduced to a low price ai
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.,
44 121 250 332
47 121 254 .381
77 180 282 388
97 23G 2S4 408
118 244 327 412
THAT LAST MESSAGE RESULTS
IN GREAT CROP OF
Senators Dolllver nnd Clnpp nro
credited with getting tho quickest
notion yet reported, by way of catch
ing step with the music of tho Pres
ident's message of last week, says
tho New York Evening Telegram.
The message, demanding vigorous
continuance of the program of pro
gressive policies, was rend at noon
Friday. Iloforo that hour on Satur
day Senators Dolllver nnd Clnpp, ns
u Riili-coinmlttee of the Jntortuto
Commerce. Committee, had reported
to the full commlttco, with recom
mendation that it pass, tho Fullnn
bill. This measure provides that In
take of opposition by trading Inter
(bt, no Increase of rates by u rail
load shall become effoctlvo till the
Intel state Commerce CpmmlsHlun has
Investigated thu case nnd given ap
proval. It la now plain that, largely as n,
icsult of the President's pionounce
inont, unprecedented activity Is go
ing to follow u long period of relax
ation in the matter of railroad regu
lation legislation. There Is going to
l,o determined effort to got three
measures of tho first Importance out
of the Somite committee early enough
(o nee-mo action this session. They
Railroad Bills Pending
Tho Fulton bill, already described.
The La I'ollctto bill, commanding
the interstate Commerce Commission
to proceed lo n valuation of the phys
ical property of the railroads of tho
Tho bill already drafted by Sena
tor Dollvcr, and to bo Introduced
this week and referred to this com
mittee, establishing Federal BUpcrvl
blon ot tho Issue of securities by In
Tills looks like n pretty Imposing
array of regulation measures; but in
truth it is only a beginning. Ilefore
the Hoiiso Committee on Interstato
Commerco hearings have been held
on n new arbitration law designed to
prevent labor troubles, and In large
part to tako the place of the Erdman
net just declared unconstitutional.
Tho bill might have Blcpt In commit
tee till the session's end but for tho
President's trump-call to action. Now
it Is said to be certain of an early
Stock Gambling Action
Hut this Is still not all. Repre
sentative Hepburn, chairman of the
House Committee, has been working
for months on the draft ot a bill to
pcnallzo stoclc Jobbing, dealing In fu
tures in securities, provisions, cot
ton, grain, etc., when nctunl delivery
is not contemplated. He has not yet
Introduced the bill, but it is reliably
stated that it will bo introduced very
coon and pressed ns the Administra
tion's menu re on this subject.
The employer's liability bill, de
manded by the President to tako the
place and cure tho defects of the law
just hold unconstitutional, is to bo
passed without fall. There is gener
al agreement on this point, though
the details are not yet settled.
Representative Sabatli of Chicago
has drafted a measure believed to bo
unlquo on this subject. Recognizing
that there are constitutional limita
tions, he provides that certain em
ployer's liability provisions shall bo
optional with corporations doing In
terstate business; but that tho gov
ernment shall mako no contracts
itnd transact no business with nny
concern which docs not bind itself to
bo ruled by these provisions.
To Compel Car Service
i nero is bum imnu tutiio prugriuu
of regulation for big corporations
which the President's message has
rejuvenated. Tho House Commlttco
will unquestionably report a bill In
troduced early In the session, to
compel the railroads to furnish cars
to shippers, and to provide prompt
sorvlce under supervision of the In
In tho Senate this is tho Culberson
bill. It alms to give that "measure
ot control over the physical opera,
tlons of railroads" which the Presl
dent demanded in his message.
Tills is by no means a catnloguo ot
tho measures, aimed in the mnln at
tho carrlors, which are to be drawn
out. of tho pigeonholes and urged
upon tho consideration of tho sud
denly awakened hourcs. Out It Is
plenty to keep the mill grinding,
even with the utmost energy applied
at tho crank.
New York, Feb. 19. James Creel
man, In nn article published In Pear
son's mngazlne, quotes President Diaz
of Mexico as saying:
"Tho Monroo doctrine as n vague
claim of power by tho United States,
easily associated with armed Interven
tion In Cuba, Is a cause ot piofound
Fiisplclon, Thoro Is no good reason
why tho Monroo dortrlno should not
bo mailo a general American 'doctrluo
rather than a meio national policy of
tho United States.
'"Tho American nations might bind
themselves for self defenso nnd each
nntlon agree to furnish Its proportion
of means In case of war,"
THAT'S HOW THEY WILL GET
HOLD OF THE STANDARD
When Uncle Sard" decided to "bust"
the Standard Oil Trust, one of the
first things considered .was where to
start the case. The rjreat Eighth Cir
cuit, including tho upper Mississippi
nnd Missouri valley States, wad se
lected chiefly' because It ha'd decided
tlio Northern Securjtles case, says tho
Washington correspondent of tho
New York Evening Tcleginm.
Meanwhile, the story goes tha
this circuit is to ho strengthened and
that a bill Is to bo passed this ses
sion, If possible, to glvo it another'
Judge. It Is further declared that
Milton I). Purdy, for whom was cre
ated tho position of aBHlstant to tho
Attorney Oencrnl, U to bo promoted
lo this post.
Mr. Purdy will ho n very youthful
circuit Judge, not far past forty, hut
ho Iioh won his spills nnd well proved
his title to them. Ho plnnncd tho
litigation ngulnst the American To
bacco Company; ho worked out tho
hard parts of tho case against tho
Standard Oil; he has done n largo
part of tho work preliminary to Illlng
tho petition against tho llurrlmun
combination In Utah.
Once on tho circuit bench, Mr.
Purdy would be a most promising
candidate for a future cliler justice
ship of tho Supremo Court. With
Taft or nny other Ilooscvclttnn Pres
ident, he would be pretty sure to go
to tho Supremo bench eventually, for
tho project of making over the Su
preme Court to bring It mora nearly
In harmony with tho 1'ronlilcnt'n
Ideas Is under way.
NO ONE'S BUSINESS
WHERE FLEET GOES
"With tho Orientals It Is necojeary
to llll the measure of the eye in order
to be convincing. It is no one bus
iness where that Fleet Is going."
From n speech by Secretary Taft.
Concord, N. IL, F,cb. 18. Secre
tary of War Taft had few sparo mo
ments from the time of his arrival In
New Hampshlro this afternoon until
a late hour tonight. He was met at
Boston early in tho morning by n
committee of the Taft Club of Con
cord and driven to tho State House,
where ho wbb received by Governor
Floyd. A reception nt the Eagle Ho
tel followed. Then the Secretary was
entertnln nt luncheon by the Taft As
sociation of New Hampshire. He ad
dressed n mass meeting In Phoenix
hall In the afternoon.
"Thrco cheers for our next Presi
dent" wero given in response to a
call from tho gallery.
Taft's address was what ho termed
n "short history of tho Republican
party." Ho said among other things:
"The time has come when tho
Dingley tariff should bo re-examined
with a view to its revision on n pure
ly protective basis."
Secretary Taft said the Republican
party was tho party of expansion and
'Tor the tlmo wo are an Asiatic
power," said he. "Wo cannot remain
isolated and it is our business to sea
that our world Influence- Is good."
At this point Taft mentioned the
uamo of President Roosevelt.
"No man ever has made so much
for righteousness nnd pcaco among
the nations as has Theodore Roose
velt," he said, nnd n storm ot ap
plause broko forth.
With reference to tho Pacific voy
ngo ot the fleet, Taft said: 4
"With tho Orientals It Is necessary
to fill tho measure of tho oye In ordor
to bo convincing. It Is no one's bus
iness where that Fleet Is going."
This sentiment pleased tho audi
NEW RIFLES FOR MILITIA.
Washington, February 12. Acting
Secretary Oliver to-day made tho Im
portant announcement that tho Wnr
Department Is at last In a position to
completely arm tho organized mllltla
of the country, 100,000 strong, with
the new high-power army rifle or mus
ket. Tho weapon Is officially known as
tho model of 1903, rechambdrcd for
the ammunition of 1901!, tho distin
guishing feature ot which is tho new
sharply pointed light steel-clad bullet
with Its enormous' ranga and flat tra
jectory. Governors of StatcR may have tho
now rifle for tho mllltla upon requisi
tion and turning In the Krag-Jorgen-ben
guns of tho type used In tho Spanish-American-
war, tho first magazlno
shoulder arm regularly issued to tho
John M, Harlan ot Chicago In a
rpeech' boforo the New York Repub
lican Club praised President Roose
velt nnd declared that if the advances
of dishonest wealth wero not stopped
tho Ignorant and weak would tako
the matter Into their own hands.
Following tho doath at Kansas
City, Kas of 4-year-old Ruth Miller
from poisoned candy, Mrs. Sarah Mo
rasch, a slster-ln-lur of Ruth's fa
thor, and her 17-year-old daughter
have been arrested.