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EVENING nULlKTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1908.
Oceanic Steamship Company
Tht attamtrs of this Una will arrive and leave thli pert a hsrsundar!
FROM SAN FRANCISCO:
K. S. ALAMEDA
ALAMHUA . . ..
ALAMEDA . . ..
ALAMEDA . . . .
NONCE. On and after June 24th, 1908, the SALOON RATES will
lie as follows: Sincle Fare, $05; Round Trip, $110. Family rooms extra.
In connection with tho sailing of the above tteamera, the aginta ara
prepa-ed to Istue the Intendlno paaiengcra, coupon through tickets, by
any railroad from San Franclico to all points In the United States, and
from New York by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Vm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd
OCEANIC 8. 8. CO. GENERAL AOENT8.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental' Steamship
Co., and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of the above companies will
on or snout tno dates ueiow mentioned:
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA:
MANCHURIA . .
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
Ht Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., ,
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
FROM NKV YORK TO HONOLULU.
Weekly Sailings Tin Tehuantepec.
Freight received at all times at the Company's Wharf, 41st Street, South
FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRAN
ALASKAN JUNK 2"
AUIZONAN JULY 18
VIIOM SAN FRANCISCO TO HONO
TEXAN JULY 1
A'lUGINIAX JULY IB
Freight received at Company a
wharf, Greenwich Street. '
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
steamers of the above line, running In connection with the CANAD
IAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N.
C. W., and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Suva, FIJI, and Bris
bane, are DUE AT HONOLULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.:
FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA: FOR VANCOUVER:
MANUKA JUNE 20 MARAMA JUNE 23
MA11AMA JULY 24 AORANOI . . ; JULY 22
AORANGI AUO. 22 MANUKA AUO. 19
Will call nt Fanning Island. MARAMA SEPT. 15
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
Europe. For Freight and Passage and all general Information, apply to
Theo. H. Daies & Ce ltd. General Ageits.
Matson Navigation Company
The S. S. ''HILONIAN" of this line, carrying passengers and freight,
will run in a direct service between this port and Sap Francisco, sailing
nd arriving on or about the following dates:
1EAVE S. FHAN. ARRIVE HONOLULU
The new s.s. Lurline of this line, carrying
freight and passengers, will sail from Honolulu
for San Francisco direct, June 23rd, at 10 a.m.
For further particulars apply to1
Castle & Cooke, Ltd., Agents
' Passenger Rates to S. F.: First Cabin, $60; Round Trip First Class
Transfer Co., Ltd.
Furniture and Fiano Moving.
Hustace-Peckz Co., Ltd..
Phone 295. DRA7MEN 63 Queen Street. F. 0. Box 211
Estimates Given on all kinds of teaming, .uiUi
i Dealers in
IIREW00D, STOVE, STEAM AND BLACKSMITH COAL.
CRUSHED ROCK, BLACK AND WHITE SAND, GARDEN SOIL.
HAY, GRAIN, CEMENT, ETC.
KAFUNA, H0N0IFU, KATLUA and
i"rom Sorenton's Wharfi
Apply on Board or to
HAWAIIAN BALLASTING CO, Agt
Telephone 396. Maunakea St, below
King. F. O. 2ox 820.
BUILCTIN ADS PAV
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FOB SAN FRANCISCO:
..JUNK 19,6. S. ALAMEDA JUNK 24
..JULY 10 ALAMEDA JULY 15
..JULY 31 ALAMEDA AUU. 5
. Al'G. 21 ALAMEDA AUO. 2G
call at Honolulu and leave this port
FOR 3A.I FRANCISCO:
MONGOL! JUNK 13
HOVnKONU MAUU JUNK 23
IwlU.A JULY 7
FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA TO
ARIZONAN JUNE 21
ALASKAN JULY 19
For further Information apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
C. P. MORSE,
General Freight Agent.
CHOICE CUT ROSES, CARNATIONS
VIOLETS, ETC., ETC,
Mrs. E. M. Taylor,
GRADUATION IS NEAR.
CLASS PICTURES and DIPLOMAS
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.,
ESTABLISHED IN 1RM.
Bishpp & Co.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit Issued on
the Bank of California and
The LondonJoint Stock Bank.
Correspondents for the
American Express Company
and Thos Cook & Son.
Interest allowed on term
nd Savings Bank Deposits.
Wm. O. Irwin
Clans Spreekels & Co.
HONOLULU, I : T. M.
8in Franelr.co Agents .The) Ne
Mid a National Bank of Ban Francisco.
Draw Exchange on theNevada Na
tloual Uank of San Francisco.
London The Union of London and
Smith'? Dank, Ltd.
New York American Exchange
Chicago Corn Exchange National
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong
kong-Shanghal Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Bank
of New Zealand and Bank of AuBtra
Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
British North America.
DposllB received. Loans made on
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills of
Exchange bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted Far.
AND TRUST GO.
OF HAWAII, LTD.
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL. '.1200,000.00
PAID UP CAPITAL 100000.00
President...., Cecil Brown
Vice President M. P. Robinson
Cashier U T.
Office: Corner Fort and King Bta.
SAVINGS DEP08ITB received and
Interest allowed for yearly deposits
at the rate of 1ft per cent, per
Rules and regulation! furnished
Ths- Yokohama Specie Bank,
Capital (Paid up) .. .Ten 24.000.00lt
Reserved Fund Yon 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 Frac
clsco, Bombay, Hongkong, Bhangbat,
Hankow, Chefoo, Tientsin, Faking,
Newchang, Dalny, Fort Arthur, An-tung-Hslen,
L'laoyang, Mukden, Tien
ling, Changchun. ,
The Bank buys and receives for
collection bills of exchange, issues
Drafts and Letters of Credit, and
transact a general banking business.
Honolulu Branch, 67 S. King Street
Bvr Walanae, Watalua, Kahuku and
Way Stations 9:15 a. m., 3:20 p. m.
For Pearl City) Ewa Mill and way
Stations 17:30 a. m., 9il5 a. m.,
11:05 a. m., 2:15 p. m 3:20 p. m
6:15 p. m., J8:so p. m., 111:00 v. m.
For waniawa :id a. m. ana
5:16 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu frr.ra Kahuku, Wal
elua and Walanae 8:36 a. m., 6;31
Arrlre In Honolulu from Ewa Mill
and Poarl City XI i 46 a. m., 8:S
a. m., io:38 a. in., l:40 p. m., Mill
p. m., B:31 p; m., 7:30 p. ra.
Arrho Honolulu from Wablawa
8:30 a. m. anj 6:31 p. m.
t Ex. Sunday.
1 Bunda Only.
The Halelws Limited, a two-bour
train (only first-class tickets hon
ored), leaven Honolulu every Bunday
at 8:22 a. m ; returning, arrives In
Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. The Limited
ctops only at Pearl City and Walanae.
O. F DENI80N, F. 0. SMITH.
hk a. r. t. a:
Meiaoder & Baldwin
7. P. C00KE Manager
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS; '
H. P. Baldwin .President
J. B. Castle Vice President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vic Pret.
J. P. Cooke Third Vice Pres.
J. Waterhouse Treasurer
E. E. Paxton Secretary
W. O. Smith" Director
0. R. Carter Director
W. R. Castle Director
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sngmr Co.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maul Agricultural Company.
Kihei Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sngar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Ualeakala Ranch Comnanv.
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
Honolulu, T. R.
SHIPFINa AND COMMISSION MSB,
CHANTS, SUGAR FACIOBS
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS
Ewa Plantation Co.
vValalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Kohala Sugar Co.
Waimea Sugar Hill Co.
Apokaa Sugar Co., Ltd. .
Fulton Iron Works of St. Louis
Blake Steam Poxipt
Dabcock AWilcox Boilers
Green's Fuel Economizers
Marsh Steam Pumps '
Matson Navigation Co.
Flanters' Line Shipping Co.
f n. I. Iiwli & C., Ltfl
WM. Q. IRWIN...Presldent and Mgr.
JNO. D. SPRECKELS.. 1st Vice Pres.
W. M. QIFFARD.'. 2d Vice Pres.
H. M. WHITNEY Treasurer
RICHARD IVERS Secretary
W. F. WILSON Auditor
Oceanic Steamship Co., San Francisco,
Western 8ugar Refining Co, San
Baldwin Locomotive Works, Phila
Nawatl 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., Walluku Sugar Co,
Pepeekeo Sugar Co., -The Plantera
Line of 8an Franclwa Packets.
LIST OF OFFICERCt
C. M. Cooke, Prosldant; George
Robertson, Vice President and Mana
tier: E. F. Clshon. Treasurir and Sec
retary; F. W. Macfarlane, Auditor; P.
C- Jones. C. M. Cooke and J. R. Oalt,
6. F. DILLINGHAM CO
General Agent for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company of London.
New York Underwriters' Agency.
Providence Washington It.suranca Co.
4th FLOOR, SfANGENWALD BLDO.
Is not a Luxury; It is a, Necessity..
But you Must have the BEST
and that la provided by the famous
and most squltabM Laws of Massa
chusetts, In the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.,
' OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
If you would be fully Informed about
these laws, address
Castle & Cooke,
HONOLULU, T. H.
AOENTS FOR TUB
Royal Insur, Co. of Liverpool, Zng.
Commercial Union Assurance Co.,
Ltd., of London, England.
Scottish Union & National Ins, Co, of
Wilhelma of Magdeburg General In
BUUETIN ADS. PAY
CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM IS
Complete Speech That
Won Basiness Men
Secretary Onrflcld'a ttpeech nt 'tho
Commcrcliil Club wiir tho hit of tho
yrnr with the tiuslneRH men of the
city. It was tho subject ot favor
nlilo comment nmong nil thoso who
heard It. The niRgcil sincerity of
I ho Bpcnkcr wns very much to tho Ilk
ItiR of tho business men.
Owing to limitations of tlmo and
Hpaco, the II u 1 1 e t'l n did not pub
lish the Bpccch In full In Friday aft
ernoon's Issue, but today gtves It
prnctlcnlly complete, tho II u 1 1 e 1 1 n
being tho only papo rlo tnko practi
cally n stcnogrnphlc report ot the ad
dress: "Clentlomon of tho Commercial
Club, It Is 'true that tho Territory
docs como Into closo contnet with tho
Secretary of tho Interior, and ! for
one want to bring It Into still closre
contact. My purpose. is to scctiro nt
first hand Information of conditions
here. While the' Department of' the
Interior Is perhaps not In direct con
trol of many matters of tho Territory,
they come through tho Secretary, nnd
go to other departments, so that he
is tho medium of exchange. There
fore, my Intention U to get ns much
.Information as possible upon condi
tions In tho Islands.
"It Is gratifying to find conditions
of harmony among Uie various asso
ciations nnd bodies of the Islands. It
Is easy to seo that you nro working
with co-operation, and thnt Is what
we want. Any lack of co-operation
on your part will certnlnly be felt in
the way your Interests faro nt Wash
ington. "During these quiet days which I
have spent here, there hnvo been a
great number of things which have
Interested me greatly. I hnvo been
collecting information on 'schools,
your racial problems, the questions
which nrlso In connection wit.h your
harbors, and the like.
"I shall not say that I am going
on a tour of inspection it is too
cursory for thnt but I am now
starting on a tour to inform myself
In a general way on, tho conditions
lnother Islands. Already ,1 have
seen much on .Ouliu. Not only have
I wet and want to meet men with
largo interests, large holdings of
lands, large monled enterprises, but
also men who are doing business In
a small way, and making homes. Wo
must recognize that no set of men
confinuo to control things Indefinite
ly without trouble. Tho most good
to tho greatest number must bo con
sidered. Tho many mijst bo consid
ered, and not any smaller number.
Hut 1 don't say for this reason that
any nttnek must be made on the men
who bold tho most land, the largest
interests. In every country, some
men must succeedfand others falL
but it doesn't follow, becnuso these
things exist, that tlioso who have lit
tlo must malic an unwarranted at
tack on those who havo much.
"In fact, those who hnvo much
have n duty toward others. We have
now reached a stage in our develop
ment whon wo rcallzo that wealth Is
not for thp Individual's boneflt, but
must bo used for tho public bonefltv
"This Is tho very ment nnd sub
stance of the Industrial problems
which wo faco todiy.
"On tho mainland, wc hear much
of antagonism; between the capital
lut nnd his employe, tho railroad mag
nato nnd his employe and the public.
I find much In this to study. I have
given this careful thought. It Is said
that there Is a chasm, an Impassable
barrier between tho classes. Hut it
has been found that tho chasm can
bo bridged, nnd thnt tho'barrlcr may
bo passed by divers ways.
"Men of conflicting Interests mcot
there In their clubs; thoy talk ths
matters over, Interchange opinions,
nnd find tho solution, much as you
gentlemen do who meet here at
luncheon In this club.
"I am here to learn real facts, 1
want real facts, whichever way they
"It appears that you have prob
lems down here of an Industrial. na
ture which wo don't have on the
mainland. And they cause a great
"I hnvo read much of Hawaii be
fore I came here, and find when I
get here that I knew but little. A
man must be In' touch to know what
"That Is why Mr, Straus came
down hero last year, nnd why I
came, and I hope that there will be
closer touch between youf officials
nnd those of the Government. I have
had the pleasure to know nil three
of your Governors. The three who
have served In this capacity have
boon three who have done their ut
most to put the Territory in the
right light before the Federal Gov
ernment. The difficulty they nnd
your Representative lmve faced has
beoii becnuse of tho falluro of tho
majority of people to understand.
"Voj people down hero have been
GARFIELD ASKS FOR
misunderstood and misjudged, nnd
tho people on tho mainland hnvo
been misjudged, too. No doubt
about (Tint. The knife cuts both
ways. Your Executives have been
wlso In using that knife. Year in
and year out they have been trying
to reach this understanding between
"I hnve never h,card any question
regarding their Integrity. They nrc
peoplo of whom you down hero are
proud, and of whom wc on tho main
land nrc certainly very proud.
"1 do not care nt this tlmo to go
.Into any particular phaso of nny
public question. I am here to learn;
not to leach) I am hero to hear not
peevish complaints but to henr rndl
"It Is no use to'tcar down a char
nctcr or nn Institution unless yoU
hnve something better to put In lis
place. Criticism destructive leads to
tearing down and anarchy. Con
structive criticism is n benefit. This
Is what you want hero.
"If wo.ln tho executive department
hnve taken steps you think wrong,
wo want to henr It. Wc don't care,
to hnve n mero personal nttack made
becauso someone doesn't like tho man
who' happens to como out. I don't
say this becauso the attack has been
made here, but Judgo from what I
know to have been the case In other
Territories on the mainland. I hnvo
no doubt you will be free from them
"In the executive department we
are endeavoring to build up a system
of executive officers In which the man
shall be well qualified for the place
he Is to fill. We are trying to send
here men who are familiar here, not
men who come down here with pre
conceived notions of'what conditions
ought to be.
"It tho Executive hns to bo de
ceived by petitions for the appoint
ment of Improper men, the commu
nity is the' one to suffer by It. Such
nn appointment will not be made If
you show your honest opinions of tho
mnn. And no man who is a ne'er-do-well
nt home ought to be shoved off
and saddled on the Government to
"Wo want to mnko ths Territory
not enly In name a part ot the Unit
ed Sin ten. but to mnko you peoplo
feel t'.iat all tho .United States can
do for any Territory It will do for
this Territory, tyo want you to
know t.int every appropriation made
for the Dcpaitmcnt ot the Interior,
to be iito.l for experiment stations,
and othor purposes of the sort, shall
bo used for tills Territory In propor
tion to IU needs, and tho needs oti
others. We want yoji to know thnt
you can call on tho United States as
readily as the Old Uuckeyo State, nnd
they will glvo you a fair deal. Since
I have ,been hero I have met a num
ber of peoplo from the Old Uuckeye
State, and have found out that they
can call very woll Indeed.
"I thank you tor the reception and
entertainment which I havo 'gotten
here. It has made It possible for mo
to do n great deal of work. And out
many facts, and meet a great many
"AH problems of race, questions of
lands, all wilt receive my most care
ful attention and consideration. I
havo thla morning heard delegations
on theso various subjects. One gen
tleman said that you want here tho
land laws of the United States. I
happen to know something about the
land laws of tho United Btatcs, and
'know thoy have not beon a complete
success, especially In the West. They
havo serious defects, nnd I would not
for u moment be willing to recom
mend for this Territory theso Inwa
without amendments which should
conform to the conditions 0tN this
"I don't mean to say that your land
laws are now perfect. They are far
from It, nnd need chnnges and
"The same Is true ot your labor
conditions here. Changes should be
made, but what changes should be
made Is a question not lightly to be
"Wa mtlRt rAnllzA Mint nnt nnlv nn.
Jlonal but International questions
have a part In It. Conditions In tho
Orient make a great difference now,
and things which were 'good for you
a few years ngo aro perhaps, not good
'for you now."
Mr. Garfield mado a fow compli
mentary remarks on the occasion,
and the entertainment which he
hns received here. '
"I hope, by the assistance of your
Governor and your Delegate to. Con
gress, who has made his position 'in
Washington a great nnd honorable
one, to obtain from Congress' such
laws as we shall nil agree are the
wlso ones." f
"If I do not got one hour's sleep
during tho rest of my trip, I will
feel that I havo been repaid for my
visit. Gentlemen, I thank you."
Tho funeral of Mrs. Geo. P. Hosa
will take place this afternoon at 4
o'clock frorn tho Wllllnms unrtbrtak-
elo safe, and
Tot oror sixty
years Its light
has been guid
ing tho sick
I A.t a,rfAln.
SjHbacX to tbohar
yiti boro! health and
that a record to" bo proud off For
more than sixty years "
has been the source ot good health to,
many thousands of peoplo In all parts
ot the world. Thofr testimonials
comolnbyoTorypqsL Thoy all assert
the great fact " Ayer'a 6arsaparllla
cured mo.V Weak, weary womon,
men who had been tired out and dis
couraged, all write gratefully of the
food It has done them.
There Is a lesson for you in this.
Why not heed Itf Begin at once to
take Ayei's Sarsaparilla.
Am note mad, it contain no
Thtra are many imitation
Bo iur you gat -"Ayer'a."
Trwnt it Dr. 1. C. Apr C.'tml, Urn., ILIA.'
1TBS-S TOXM. M kwl tall UaUn.
1EWEIS EASILY TAKE
Considerable injustlco hns .been
done the boys of the U. S. S. Maine
by statements mado In regard to
their game ot baseball yesterday with
tho Diamond Heads. The lattterwon
by a score ot C to 2, but thcro wns no
landslide, nnd no batting of navy
pitchers out of the box. ' Tho Jewels
bunched three hits In the first and
three In the third inning, scoring G.
Tho Navy boya netted their two
runs from three hits. N
II, Chllltngworth, who held down
second bag,, made a Ana Impression
on the Navy boys, with his work,
though this Is his second tlmo in a
D. II. A. C. uniform,
Tho scoro by Innings:
' 12 34J67 8
D. Heads 30600000 0 S
Maine . . . 1000000 13
Maine ilruff, c; Hlllmun, Heflcr,.
p; Kittle, lb; O'.Drlcn, 2b; Keely, 3b;
Kennefllck, ss; Darker, rt; McCor
mlck, cf; Heflcr, Lccgron, If.
Diamond Heads Davis, c; Les
lie, p; E. Fernandez, lb; H. Chilling
worth, 2b; S. Chlllingworth, 3b; Cos
tello, ss; 1). Joy, rf; Louis, cf; 01
mos. if. :.uU
Umpire W. Vannptta.
No baseball will bo' played by the
Newspaper Lcaguo tomorrow, out ot
respect for tho lato Prince David Ka
wannnakon. This also puts the dates
of games for this leaguo back whero
HARKED FOR THE
'Aliout tlireo years ago Mrs. I Iletkes
of 819 Klrkham street, Oakland, Cal..
called at our office with a girl thirteen
years old, tho latter weak' and Untie,
fc'ho stated that alio had lost a. daughter
tllmugli kidney rilsciuio Hnd-'tho doctors
now told lier. this one wiui In the sanio
nx' nnd. that she could live Puna short
The mother was nearly distracted. Wo
told her that kidney disease was really
Inflammation of the kidneys and that It
was In fact Incurable under the ol( diure
tics, nil ot which wrro kidney cxcltnnts,
but tlwiWnn emollient for kidney Inflam
mation had lieen discovered und that the
child would probably Tecover, 'rho moth
er took the treatment with ner.
Wn skip threif years.
A few months ago Mrs. lletkes called
Willi a beautiful young girl. Who was Ihn
very picture or health. Bhe Introduced
her as tho dying pntlent of three years
ngo, and told ua to refer mnybody In the
world to her. Hho stated the recovery
n completo about theelevonth week.
lr the onlyi emollient for Inflammation
or tho kidneys, tho world has ever seen,
ask for Pulton's llenal Compound. Lit
erature mailed free.
JOHN J. FULTON CO.
Honolulu (Drug Co., Tort t)t.. aro our
sole, local ngents. Ask for bimonthly
Uullctlu of lute recoveries,,-,
She wished u rest and sunshine,
For'nervcs so overwrought,
Pursuing which idea
A gay resort sho sought,
She got a little bedroom .
Devoid of sunor-ray,
The size wns nine by seven
The cost ten plunks a day!
And that is Just where Bhe mado n
mlstnko, for sh could have enjoyed
the comfortB of 'a large sunny roon
nt tho Volcano House, .busked in the
mountain sunshine, tramped through
ferns and forest, and returned' to her
city home refreshed nnd Invlgorntcd,
for half tho money. Head the spe.
cn( summer rates offered, In column
3, page 1.
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