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rygNlNt KPLLET1N. ilOHOLUUJ, T. It., WEDNESDAY, MAY C, 1908.
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Oceanic Steamship Company
The tttamtra of this Una will arrlvs and leave thti pert ai hereunder:
FROM SAN Fit ANCISCO:
8. S. ALAMEDA MAY 8
K. S. ALAMEDA MAY 29
S. H. ALAMEDA JUNE lit
In connection with the sailing of the above steamers, the agents art
prepaid to Issue the Intending passengers, coupon through tickets, by
any railroad from San Francisco to all point In the United States, and
(rom New Ycrk by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G- Irwin & Co, Ltd
OCEANIC 3. S. 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 this port
on or about the dates below mentioned:
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA:
HONGKONG MAMJ MAY 2
KOREA MYY 15
AMERICA it Alt t! MAY 21!
Hlii:ilLY JUNK I
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
Ft Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.,
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
FROM NEW YORK TO HONOLULU.
Weekly Sailings via Tchuantepoc.
Freight received at all times at tbo Company's Wharf. 41st Street, South
I'llOM HONOLULU TO SAN FRAN-KROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA TO
CISCO . HONOLULU DIHECT.
N'KHHVSKAN MAY lti TEXAN MAY 13
NEVAD YN MAY 30 . VIRGINIAN MAY 27
1 ROM SAN FRANCISCO TO HONO
NEVADAN MAY 1ft
NEllRAMvAN MYY 2J
Freight recelvca ai Cumpany
wharf, Greenwich Street.
C&ii&tfilan -Australian Royal Mall
Steamers of the above line, running In connection with thC CANAD
IAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N.
C. YV., 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.:
FOn FIJI AND AUSTRALIA: FOR VANCOUVER?
MAHAMA MAY 2 AORANOI APR. 29
AORANGl MAY 30 MANUKA MAY 27
MANUKA JUNE 27 MAHAMA JUNE 24
MAItAMA JULY 25 AOItANGI JULY 22
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United 8tates and
Europe. For Freight and Passage and all general Information, apply to
Theo. ii. Davies & Co.. Ltd. General Agents.
Matson Navigation Company
I The S. S. ''HILONIAN" of, this line, carrying passengers and freight,
will run in a direct service between this port and San Francisco, sailing
and arriving on or about the following dates:
. LEAVE S. FRAN. ARRIVE HONOLULU LEAVE HONOLULU
Passenger Rates to S. P.: First Cabin, $G0; Round Trip First Class
For further particulars apply to
CASTLE & COOKE, LTD.. Agents
Transfer Co., Ltd.
Fui.-.iture and Piano Moving.
Hustace-Peck Co., JLtcL
Phone 295. DRAYMEN 63 Queen Street. P. 0. Box 212.
Estimates Oiven on all kinds of teaming, n.Ul
HREWOOD, STOVE, STEAM AND BLACKSMITH COAL.
CRUSHED ROCK, BLACK AND WHITE SAND, GARDEN SOIL.
HAY, G RAIN, CEMENT, ETC.
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
KAPUNA, H0N0IPU, KAILUA ant)
l'?om Sorencon's Wharf
Apply on Board or to
HAWAIIAN BALLASTING CO , Agt.
Telephone 300, Maunakca SL, below
King. P. 0. Box 820. .
UT BULLETIN ADS PAY ,
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
a. S. ALAMEDA
6. S. ALAMEDA
F-- e FnANCISCO!
;vi y. MU MAY 2
P.i H MAY !)
ti'iM MAY IS
i i.l III MAY 2
For further Information apply to
II. HACKKELD & CO.. LTD.,
C. P. MOUSE,
General Freight Agent.
MAY 19 th
SUN CHOY SING,
BUILDING CONTRACTOR, REPAIR
ING, PAPER HANGING, AND
Brick Laying, Cement Work.
No 1135 FORT ST., opp. Club Stables
I TEL. 431.
ESTACLIOHE.I) IN US,
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
and Thos Cook & Son.
Interest alloYved on term
?.nd Savings Bank Deposits.
Wm. O. Iiwln
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, : : t T. H.
8jn Franclfeo Agents The Ne-
nilu National llanlt ot Kan Francisco.
Draw Exchange on tho Nevada Na'
tloual Hank of San Francisco.
London Tbo Union ot London and
Smith'? Hank, Ltd.
New York American Exchange
Chicago Corn Kxchango National
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hongkong-Shanghai
New Zealaid and Australia Dank
of Now Zealand and Dank at Austra
lasia. Victoria and Vancouver Dank ot
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made on
approved security. Commercial and
Triivolcro' Credits Issued. Dills of
Exchange bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted Far.
AND TRUST GO.
OF HAWAII, LTD.
SUDSCniQED CAPITAL.. 1200,000.00
PAID UP CAPITAL 1100400.00
President Cecil Brown
Vice President M. P. Robinson
Cashier L. T. Peck
Offlco: Corner Tort and King Sts.
SAVINGS DEPOSITS received and
Interest allowed for yearly deposits
at tbo rate of Vj per cent per
Utiles and regulations furnished
Tho Yokohama Specie Bank,
Capital (Paid up). ..Ten 24,000,000
Reserved Fund Yen 15, 050,000
Special Reserved Fund. Yen 2,000,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
Branches and Agencies:
Toklo, Kobe, Osaka, Nagasaki,
London, Lyons, New York, San Fran
cisco, Dombay, Hongkong, Shanghai,
Hankow, Chefpo, Tientsin, Peking,
Nowchang, Dalny, Port Arthur, An-tung-IIslen,
Llaoyang, Mukden, Tier.
The Dank buys and recelres for
collection bills of exchange, Issues
Drafts and Letters of Credit, and
transact a general banking business.
Honolulu Branch, 67 S. King Street.
for U'aianao, Waialua, Kahuktt ami
Way Stations 9:16 a. m.. 3:Z0 p. m.
For Poarl City, Ewa Mill and Way
Stations 17:30 a. m., 9:15 a. m.,
11:05 a. m 2.1G p. m., 3:20 p. m.,
5:16 p. m., t3;30 p. m., T11:00 p. m.
For YVahlawa 3:16 a. m. and
5:15 p. ra.
Arrlvo Honolulu from Kahuku, Wal
alua and Walanno 8:3C a. m., S:31
Arrl-re In Honolulu from Ewa Mill
and Pearl City J7:4G a. m., 8:3ti
a. m., 10:38 n. m., l:40 p. m., 4:3l
p. ni 5:31 p. iu 7:30 p. m.
Arrlvo Honolulu from Wabtawa
8:3C a. m. nnj 5:3l p. m.
t Ex. Sunday.
t Sunday Only.
Tho Huleluc Limited, a two-hour
train (only first-class tickets hon
ored), leaves Honolulu every Sunday
nt 8:22 a, m.; returning, arrive In
Honolulu at r):10 p. m. The Limited
rtops only at Petri City and Walanae.
&. P. TlENISON, F. C. SMITH,
,jr BL j O P. ft T. A.
Alexander & Baldwin
J. P. COOKE Manager
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
H. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle Vice President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Pres,
J. P. Cooke Third Vice Pres.
J. Waterhouie Treasurer
E. E. Foxton . Secretary
W. O. Smith Director
0. R. Carter Director
W. R. Castle Director
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maui Atmenlti-rnl Hnmnanv.
Kihei Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Kahului Railroad Company.
Halti&knlit Itnnrh Comnanv.
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
Honolulu, T. H.
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION HER,
CHANTS, SUOAR FACTORS
QENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS
Ewa Plantation Co.
Waialua Agricultural Co., ltd.
Kohala Sugar Co.
Waimea Sugar Mill Co.
Apokaa Sugar Co., Ltd,
Fulton Iron Works of St. Louis
Slake Steam Puups
Babcock & Wilcox Boiler
Green's Fuel Economizers
Marsh Steam Pumps
Matson Navigation Co.
iianters' Line snipping uo.
Wm. i. Irwto & Co., Lw
WM. G. IRWIN.. .President and Mgr.
JNO. D. 8PRECKELS..1st Vice Pres,
W. M. GIFFARD 2d Vice Pres.
H. M. WHITNEY Treasurer
RICHARD IVERS 8eerUry
W. F. WILaOM Auditor
Oceanic Steamship Co., San Francisco,
Western Sugar Refining Co., San
Baldwin Locomotive Works, Phila
Newall Universal Mill Co. Manufso
turers of National Cine
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 Cc,
Hnr.nmu Runnr Co.. Walluku Suaar Co..
Pepeckeo Sugar Co., The Planters
Line or San Franciwo packets.
LIST OF OFFICERS!
rv M. Pnnlr. Prralrient! Gftarafl
Robertson, Vice President and Mana
ger; E. F. Dlshop, Treasurer and Sec
retary; F. W. Macfarlane, Auditor; P.
C. Jones, C. M. Cooke, and J. R. Gait,
B. F. DILLINGHAM CO
Atlas Assurapce Company of London.
KIauj Vnrk I ln'rfa-u,rllera' AmnCV.
Providence Washington l:.jurance Co.
4th FLOOR, SfANGENWALD BLAQ.
Is net a Luxury;, It (s i Necessity,
Dut ycu MUst have the BEST
and that Is prcvltled by the famous
and most equltab.'t Laws of Massa
chusutts, In the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.,
OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
If .you would be fully Informed about
these laws, actress
Castle & Cooke,
HONOLULU, T. H.
ACJENT3 FOIt THE
Royal Insur, Co. of Liverpool, Eng.
Commercial Union Assurance Co.,
Ltd.. of London. England,
Scottish Union & National Ins. Co. of
Wilhclraa of Magdeburg General In
BULLETIN AD8. PAY
TUs elder brother
liow to play
doctor, In real
Arer's Chorrr '
her, snj her ,
tfiA tin A at nil-
ard cough medicine for children l'
is entirely freo from narcotics or
poison of nny kind. It is tho great
romedy the world over for colds,
coughs, croup, whooping-cough,
influenza, la grippe, and all bron
Accopt no substitute or cheap
and worthless imitation. Bo sure
you get Ayor"8 Cherry Pectoral.
Tut up in largo and small bottles.
rr.pri l, Dr, I. C. Air Cl.. IimH Km.. U.S.X.
IN TIIK CIRCUIT COUHT OV TlllJ
Plrst Circuit, Territory of llawnll. At
Chumliers; In Pruhatc. In tho Mut
ter ot the Instate ot Hosa Santos - oil
vclra o Sllvn, Deceased. Order nt
Notice of Hearing Petition for An
cillary Admlnlstrntloti with the Will
Aiinucil. On rcadltiK anil IlllnR tho
petition of lllalioi Trust Company,
I.lmlleil, of Honnttilu, Island and
County of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii,
ulleglni; that Hosa Santoa d'Ollvelrn
o Kllva, n resident of, and domiciled
at AiiKra do HeroUmo, Tercclrn,
Azures Islands, died testate nt Angra
do llerolsnio aforesaid, on the 30th
day of Nuvember. A. 1). 11107, le.iv
Iiib In the Territory of -Hawaii prop
erty neccE3ary to bo administered
upon, and praying that Ancillary
Letters of Administration wllu tho
Will annexed issue to Bishop Trust
Company, Limited, of Honolulu
aforesaid, it Is ordered that Monday,
the ISth day of May, A. D. i.,d, at
9 o'clock n. m., ho and hereby la ap
pointed for hearing said petition In
the court room of this Court at Ho
nolulu aforesaid, nt which time and
place all persons conecrned may ap
pear anil Bhow cause, If any they
have, why said petition Bhould not
bo granted, and that notice of this
order shall bo published onco a week
for threo successive weeks In the
Evening Bulletin, a newspaper pub
lished lit Honolulu aforesaid.
Dated at Honolulu, April 14, 100S.
(Sgd.) ALEXANDER LINDSAY, Jr.
2nd Judge of tho Circuit Court
of tho First Circuit.
(Sgd.) JOHN MAHCALLINO,
3977 Apr. 15, 22, 29; May C.
TO KIHEI STOCKHOLDERS.
Definite arrangements having been
made for the Bale of the property ot
Klhel Plantation Co., Ltd., on July
1st, ,1'vj, the Agents of said Com
pany, Messrs. Alexander & Baldwin,
Limited, beg to announce that on and
after the 1st day of May, 1908, they
are willing to purchaso any and all
shares of stock of said Klhel Planta
tion Company, Limited, at, tho rate of
310.00 per share, said sum being the
estimated amount per share which it
is expected will bo realized as net
proceeds from tho sale ot said prop
erty. J. WATERHOUSB,
Treasurer, Alexander & Baldwin,
To All Whom It May Concern:
That on and utter tho duto noted
below I will not bo responsible for
uny debts contracted In my name un
less ordered by myself or over my
Honolulu, May K, 1908. 3993-31
Tho Fleet Commltteo on Informa
tion would be pleased to have hotels,
boarding houses, and persons having
rooms to rent comraunlcnto with It,
giving rates by tho week or by the
C. II. DICKEY,
All those Interested in sports and
who will make suggestions for tho
entertainment of tho Fleet can do so
by calling up Phono 024, or address
ing a letter to Col. Bam Johnson at
n0 tQiTVHh V H
JlsJ rWSSsw?JhSBff U
'J i ll r'kWXv
Pennsylvania Man Is Not
To Return To
Friends of Congressman Achcson,
who was hero with tho Congression
al party, will bo intcicstcd though
disappointed In reading tho follow
ing dispatch which announces his de
feat for rcnomtnntlon:
IIAUltlSIlUIlO, Pa., April 13. One
of the most surprising results of thu
primaries of Saturday in tho Stnte 19
tho defeat of Representative Ernest
Francis Achcson, ot the 24th Con
gressional district, who Is now serv
ing his seventh consecutive, term.
Achcson has always been Independ
ent of tho State organization. Upon
reelection to the COth Congress ho
received IS, 490 votes, while It. K.
Aiken, Democrat, received 14,1G3.
The defeat of Achesou nt the prima
ries is construed as a strong card In
favor of tho reelection of Boise. Pen
rose ns Senator.
John Ki Tener, a pronounced Pen
rose man, is the victor over Achcson,
his majority In Acheson's home coun
ty, Washington, Is about 4,000. Te
ller resides In Chnrlcrol, Washington
County, and is widely and favorably
known ns tho Grand Exalted Huler
of tho Order of Elks. Both Achesou
nnd Tener declared for local option,
but Mr. Acheson's courso in Congress
won for Mm the enmity of tho liquor
The candidates for the Legislature
on tho Achcson ticket were all do
feated. The old Hoard ot County
Commissioners, both Acheson men,
were easily beaten.
Congressman Achcson gavo a state
ment In which ho among other
thlngB says: "I believe hat our
campaign in tho 24th district has
ilano much to put the temperance
question Into politics, whore Itwlll
stay, and 1 have no regrets for my
course. This was only an opening
skirmish In tho war on the legalized
liquor traffic In the State. The peo
ple are sure to resent the expenditure
of such Immense Bums ns were pour
ed Into tho 24th district for pur
poses of corruption. I hnvo enlisted
for the war, which will not end until
tho saloon is banished."
Attorney General Hemenway Will
Look Into Nolle Prosted
Attorney General Hemenway this
morning stated that ho had Investi
gated the Devauchclle case and
found out that tho bribery caso had
Been nolle prosd. by County Attorney
Cathcart some ttmo ngo. It was re
ported a few days ago that tho caso
was still hanging (Ire. From what
was learned this morning It Is under
stood that Devauchclle was not pros
ecuted on condition thnt he lcavo tnc
country und not return.
This was Bomewhcro about last De
cember, and Devauchcllo did leave
the Islands, He returned, however,
almost within a month, it Is said, and
has been here ever since. It these
statements prove true, Attorney Gen
eral Hemenway may take up the mat
terand bring the case Into the courts
"I am going to Investigate the
cube," ho said this morning, "and find
out the true state of affairs. I am
not ablo to say now whether I would
hnndlo n prosecution, It it should
come up, of tho mun, or whether It
would fall to Cathcart."
Tho chargo against Devauchclle Is
one ot accepting bribes from Chinese
gamblers whom ho had arrested. It
Is alleged that he allowed them to go
free when thoy gave him u ccrtnlr
amount ot money.
It was stated this morning that the
Leo Let case would be tuken up' Im
mediately on tho return ot Chief
Tiiylor from the Coast.
IS HEMENWAY "THREATENED
(Continued from Page 1)
tlon has boon learned, that officials
have been busy Investigating. Tho
significant part of tho thing is that tho
ballot would liavo probably struck
Hemenway about tho waist had ho
been seated at his desk. The fact that
Itjliappened at night augurs nothing,
as thu would-bo assassin would thus
havo a great deal butter chanco for
It is a mysterious proposition all tho
way through, notwithstanding tho At
torney acnoral's attempts to pass It
up, nnd moro will probably como of It.
" FORGOT' $40,000.
(Continued from face 1
discovered to his groat surprluo that
a bag containing a treasure In valu
able stonos had been left In the con
voyanco. It was too Into for him to
arouse tho household of tho, owner, so
tho honest young man dovolcd tho
rest of tho night to watching tho
treasure, nnd returned them tills
morning at tho earliest opportunity.
Maps Have Ba.en Made
For Three New
' That the Lighthouse Hoard Is get-
ting ready for the construction of a '
number of new stations on various
dangerous points on tho different Isl
ands Is evidenced by tho number of
new maps that have been made by
Surveyor Wall. He now has plots ot
three now proposed stations for light
houses completed. The most Impor
tant of these Is probably tho station
n't Kalinin Point on the Island of Kn
ual. This will overlook Anaholn Hay.
Puttkll Island, off Maul, will "also
probably have a light to cheer the
mariner on his way and warn him of
dangers Impending along tho cruel
coral 'reefs. This will be not far
from tne liana landing.
Another station that will be ot con
elderablc Importance Is tho one that
Is proposed for Kokole Point, on Ka
uai. This will light up tho channel
betwrtn Nllhati nnd Kauai to a con
siderable extent, It Is said. Many
vessels pass this way, nnd the light
is needed. It was along the roast
of Kauai, on thlBlde, that the trans
port Sherman run so close, on her
fatal voyage. Although there was
nothing happened ns n result or her.
running bo closo to shore, It Is stated
that she was in danger, tho Island
steamers usually keep a great deal
Government engineers will start
this week on tho construction of
threo smalt lights an Kauul. Thoy
will bo of the Island bencon type,
which consists of a reflector lamp, on
a mast, which surmounts n small
house. The lamps will all be on dif
ferent Bides of the Island. They will
be situated nt Koloa, Kahala, and
SAM KELIINOI FOR
Another Name Added to List of Asptr- '
ants Appointment to Be
The Maul 'Assessor will probably
be appointed tomorrow. Assessor
Robinson's resignation goes Into ef
fect on May 8th and Acting Governor
Mott-Smlth stated this morning that
a man would probably be appointed
to take his place beforo that time.
Former Representative Sam Kelll
nol Is the latest man suggested for
the place, and, from present Indica
tions, his chances are very good. Ho
Is at present captain ot the highly
praised Company I, N. O. II., at Wal
luku. James N. K. Keola and L. M.
Baldwin nro the other men whoso
names have been suggested for tho
Tho Congress of Song Is given an
nually by tho best voices ot tho dif
ferent schools, with the aid ot well
known local soloists. The primary
object of these festivals of song Is to
educate tho young people In the best
music, and the surest way Is to give
them an nctlve working part In It.
The schools from which the chorus
will bo drawn are Kamehameha
Schools, Normal School, the High
School, and Mills Institute. ,
Only a amoll part ot each school
will tako an active part In the chor
us, as It Is to bo made up of the more
mature voices, but the rest are all
doing good work In selling tickets,
and are much Interested In the suc
cess of the affair.
Some ot the schools aro planning
to tako possession of boxes, and dec
orate them with the Bchool colors,
but definite arrangements have not
yet been made, Exchange tickets are
now being sold by the students ot
Oahu College, Kamehameha Schools,
Normal School, the High School, and
Mills Institute, and may be exchang
ed later for reserved scats at Wall,
(Continued from Page 1)
was 141,900 tons, and 60,000 tons
are yet afloat at this date. The aver-
nge prices, received during the year
are given us follows:
January 3, so
February . . , 4,07
A bit ot figurine brines Ihn result
that the average price received
amounted to 4.1G cents per pound.
This makes the gross value of the
sugar arrived at tho market up to
May 1 the very pleaBlng total of
Lena Aeliwell, actress and mana
gor of Klngsway thoatdr, London, has
been granted a dlvorco from A. W.
Playfalr, an actor.