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Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamere of this line will arrive and leave this port ai hereunder!
FROM SAN FRANCISCO : FOR SAN FRANCISCO !
ALAMKDA OCT 2 ALAMBDA . . ..,., QOT 7
ALAMKDA OCT. 31 AI,AMKDA " 'oCT' 21
ALAMEDA NOV. II ALAMEDA .' .'.Nov! II
NOTIOE.-On and nfterJnne 34th, 1008, the SAIOON RATES will
be as follows: Single Fare, MS; Round Trip, $110. Family roomi extra.
In conn.otlon with the allno of the above eteamereTuV aaentere
prepaid to imuo the Intending pastencore, coupon through tloVete bv
cny railroad from 8an Franolieo to all points in the United States, and
from New Yerk by any steamehlp line to all European porta.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULn9 APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd
, ?5EAN!L8i' !' Cl'. ,ENSftAL AGENTS.
Pacific Mai Steamship Co!
Occidental and Oriental Steamship
Co., and ToyoKisen Kaisha
Stoamers of the above companies will at Honolulu and leav this port
on or akout the dates below mentioned:
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA:
TKNYO MARU OCT. 2
FOR QENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
HL Hackfeld & Co,, Ltd.,
AMERIOAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Weekly Balllnjs via Tehauntepee.
FROM NSW YORK TO HONOLULU.
VrelfU reealvctl at all times at the Company's Wharf, 41st Street, Bout
MOU HONOLULU TO SAN FRAN- FROM SHATTLK AND TACOMA TO
CISCO. HONOLULU DIRECT.
VmolNIAN, TO BAIL OCT. G VinQINIAN, TO BAI L. . . .SEPT. 10
ntOJJ SAN TOAMC18CO TO HONO
COLUMBIAN, TO SAIL... SEPT. 23
ftttftt ree(rd at Company's
ttfearf, Oreenwloh Street.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mall
Steamers of the above line, running In connection with the CANAD
IAN PAC1PIO RAILWAY CO. between Vanoouver. B. a.. nrf nn.u m
3. W., and calling at Victoria, B.
u.iio, an wuk i nunutum on or aoout me dates below stated, viz.:
fDR PIJI AND AUSTRALIA: FOR VANCOUVER:
UARAUA OCT. 10 AORANGI OOT 14
trill es.ll at Fanning; Wand. MOANA NOV. 11
MANUKA DIG. I
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, Unltod States and
Europe. For Frolnht and Passage and all general'lnformatlen, apply to
Theo. B. Payles &
Matson Navigation Company
, Tho S. S. "BJLONIAN" and "LUBLIN1" of this Use, Mtrryiu pas
sugar anfl freight, will ran la a direct Mrriet ketweea this port and
San rraneisco, sailing and arriving on or about the Mowing uses:
o ... ..J., .
o. a. w Ki.ni,
S. S. "HILONIAN"
8. S. "HILONIAN"
8 S "HILONIAN"
S S "HILONfAN"
Passwiger Rates to S. P.: Pint
For farther particulars apply to
. . cm & COOKB. LTD-.Ata,
Transfer Co., Ltd.
Furniture and Piano Moving.
Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd.
Phone 295. DRAYM1N 61 Queao Street. P. 0. Box 212
Esthnaks Wren on all Irinto of teaming.
FIREWOOD, STOVE, STEAM AND BLACKBMITn COAL.
CRUSHED HOCK, BLACK AND WHITE SAND, 8ARDIN SOIL
Jl HAY- ,IN, CEMENT, BTO
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
We will boy your Diamonds, Old
Watches, and Jewelrv for Spot Cash.
1018 NUUANU AVE. and BRANCH,
FORT ST near HOTEL.
Bulletin Bu&iutu Ofllco Phone 250,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
AMBHICA MARTJ OCT. 2
SIBERIA OCT. 10
Tor further Information apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO..LTD.,
C. P. afORIH,
General Freight Atent.
C, Honolulu and Suva, FIJI, and Irle-
Ct.. ltd. fieaeraJ Anciti,
5i,,H ww. IjMayi muU
DEC. 29 th
Cabin, $60; Round Trip Pint Clui
KAPUNA, HONOffD, KAILUA and
From Sorensoh's Wharf.
Apply on Board or to.
HAWAIIAN BAIXASTTHO fiO At
Telephone 396. Maunakea St.. helm
King. P. 0. Box 820.
BULLETIN ADS PAY
gVUNlNO HtTLlffTQtf nafroLpLV, T.'.il., MONDAY, SErT:
ESTABLISHED IN 1858.
BISHOP & CO.
Commercial and Trav
elers' Letters of Credit
issued on the Bank of
California and The Lon
don Joint Stock Bank,
Correspondents for the
American Express Com
pany and Thos. Cook &
Interest allowed on
term and Savings Bank
Claus 8preekels. Wm. Q. Irwin.
Glaus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, : : : T. H.
San Frahelaeo Anente . Tho v
vada National Brink of San Prnnclsco.
Draw Exchange on the Nevada Na
tional Bank of Ban Frnncisco.
London The Union of I.nmlnn nnH
Smith's Bank, Ltd.
New York American Exchange
Chicago Corn Exchango National
Parle Credit Lyonnals.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hongkong-Shanghai
New Zealand and Australia Bank
of New Zealand and Bank of AUstra
laslat Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made on
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills of
Exchange bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
AND TRUST CO.
OF HAWAII, LTD.
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL.. 300,000.00
PAID UP CAPITAL $100,000.00
President,.. Cecil Brown
Vice President M. P. Robinson
Cashier L. T. Peck
Office: Corner Fort and King Sts.
8AVING8 DEP0SIT8 received nnd
Interest allowed for yearly deposits
at tho rato of 4V4 por coat, por
Rules and regulations furnished
Till) Yokohama Specie Bank,
Capital (Paid un) ..Yen 24.000.000
Rese'rved Fund . , . . .Yen 15,050,000
Bpeelal Reserved Fund. Yen 2,000,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
Branohes and Agencies:
Toklo, Kobe, Osaka, Nagasaki,
London, Lyons, New York, San Fran
cisco, Bombay, Hongkong,, Shanghai,
Hankow, Chetoo, Tientsin, Peking,
Newchang, Dalny, Port Arthur, An-
tung-Hslen, Llaoyang, Mukden, Tien
The bank buys and receives for
collection bills of exchange, issues
Drafts and Letters of Credit, and
transact a genern'l banking business.
Honolulu Branch, 67 8. King Street
For,WglR,pno,Walillua, Kahuku nn,d
Way SlatlonHi-'OilS a. m., 3;20 p. m.
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill anil Way
Stations f7: 30 a. m 9:15 a. m,
11:05 n. m., 2:U p. m., 320 p. in.,
5:i p., in.,.iv:8u p. m., ju:uu p. m.
For Wahlawa '9:15 a. m. and
5:15 p. m.
, (NWARD. ,
Arrive Honqlulu m from Kahuku.
Waialua and Wal'anae 8:36 a. m.,
..5;31 p. jn., , ... .
Arrive In Honolulu from Ewa Mill
and Pearl City 7:4 a. m., :M
a. m 10:S8 a. m., 1:W p. m., V.il
P m, B:31 p. m, 7:80 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from waniawa
8:36 a. m. and B:31 p. m.
t Kx. Sunday.
t Sundny "Only.
The Halalwa Limited, a two hour
train (only first class tickets hon
ored), leaves Honolulu every Sunday
kt 3 22 a. in. j returning, arrives In
Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. The .Limited
stops only at Pearl City and Walanae.
0. P. DBN1SON, F. C. SMITH,
Alexander & Baldwin
7. P. C00KE Manager
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
H. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle Vice President
W. M. Alexander. .Second Vice Pres.
J. P. Cooke Third Vice Prei.
7. Waterhouse Treasurer
E. E. Paxton Secretary
W. 0. Smith Director
O. R. Carter Director
W. R. Castle Director
. SUGAR FACTORS,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company,
Maui Agricultural Company,
Kihei Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company,
Kahului Railroad Comnanv.
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.
Waimca Sugar Mill Co.
Apohaa Sugar Co., Ltd.
Fulton Iron Works of St. Louis
Blake Steam Pnmns
uabcock & Wilcox Boilers
Green's Fuel Economizers
Manh Steam Pumas
.Matson Navigation Co.
Planters' Line Shipping Co.
Wm. G. Irwin & Co,
SUGAR FACTORS and
Wm. G. IRWIN President
7N0. D. SPRECKELS... 1st V. Pres.
W. M. GIFFARD 2d V. Pres.
H. M. WHITNEY Treasurer
RICHARD IVERS Secretary
D. G. MAY Auditor
Oceanic Steamship Co., San Francis
Baldwin Locomotive Works, Phila
Hakalau Plantation Co., Hilo Sugar
uo., Honolulu Plantation Co.,
Hutchinson Sugar Plantation
Co., Kilauea Sugar Plantation
Co., Olowalu Company, Paauhau
Sugar Plantation Co., Waima
nalo Sugar Co.
C. Brewer & Co.. Ltd.
QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
8ugar Plant. Co., Onomea 8ugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co.,
Pepeekeo Sugar Co., The Planters
Line of San Francisco Packets.
LI8T OF OFFICERS:
C, M. Cooke, President: George
Robertson, Vice President and Mana
ger; E. F. Bishop, Troasurer and Sec
retary; F. W. Macfarlane, Auditor; P.
C. Jonee, C. M. Cooke and J. R. Gait,
6. F. DILLINGHAM CO.
Gsneral Agent for Hawaii;
Atlas Assurance Company of London.
New York Underwriters' Agency.
Providence Washington Insurance Co.
4th FLOOR, STANGENWALD BLDG.
la not a Luxury; t Is a Neceeelty,
But you Must have the BEST
and that lafprovlded by the famoue
ana, mosi equitanie uaws or Massa
chusetts, In th'e
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.,
OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
If you would be fully Informed about
theee laws, addrees
Castle & Cooke,
HONOLULU, T. H.
AGENTS TOR THE
Royal Insur. Co. of Liverpool, Eng.
Commercial Union Assurance Co.,
Ltd,, of i.onuon, England.
Scottish Union & National Ins. Co. of
Edinburgh, Scotland. '
The Upper Rhine Ins. Co., ltd. 1
J1.JD08, . ,.
Artistio Designs, a large
assortment of the latest styles.
Beautiful Patterns, taste
fully arranged. Sec them in
our special show-room down
stain. Lewers & Cooke
177 S. King St. Phone 775.
LARGE STOCK. LOWEST PRISES.
Coyne Furniture Co.
Our Baby Rings
Baby Napkin Rings,
or Baby Spoons
will surely make baby happier.
113 HOTEL ST.
at the automobiles, bucglet and car
riages wc have recently oreriualefl
THEN SEE US.
W. W. Wright Go,
King Street near Sontfa
- . Tel. 282
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort.
Jaok Scully. Taok Xabern.
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have "MATT" HEFFERN serve yon.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU.
Bamboo Furniture Hade to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty. .
563 S. BEHBTAinA ST.
At Short Notice and Qniek Delivery.
EAGLE DYEING AND
Fort Street. Phone 67S.
For Exnert Remlm nn nti-vnl M.
torcycle, Automobiles, etc., call on
J. B. Santos,
Phone 482. Union St.
and cloth of A-l .duality can be pur
chased from '
MeOANDLESS BLDG .
P. 0. Box 961. Telephone 031.
Kine- Stria. T.w. nf &WVt
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
UUU1H of IVRY DB
8CRIPTI0N. BAMBOO FURNITURE
Of All' Kinds And Descriptions At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
Etuma St. near Beretania.
Lane Gets Nominated
After Stienuous Fight
John C. La no was nominated by
tho nepubllcnn Convention for tho
offlco of Ma) or shortly before mid
night Saturday on tho third ballot,
nfter n deadlock had been broken by
the withdrawal of Hustace of his
own name. Lane led on the llret bal
lot by a HUiall margin. It was to bo
ccn that Hustace wns out of tho
rncc, unil tho olmervntlon wns mado
that Lucas wnB certain of the nomi
nation, as Hustace would swing his
followers oor to Jack. Hut Hus
tace viib still 111 it at tho count of
the second ballot, though he had lost
about half his vote, and tho other
candidates had gained. Then Hus-
taco inadb his withdrawal, nnd naked
that his supporters go over to Lucas.
This latter part of his talk wns not
spontaneous, apparently, as he left
the platform, and later returned to
Geo. V. Smith took the clinlr nnd
called for nominations for" Deputy
Sheriff from the Honolulu district.
KM Crawford nomlnnted Chris.
Holt, n )oung man who would, ho
thought, get the support of all tho
K. K. Llllknlanl placed tho namo
of Arthur McDultlc In nomination.
Woodward nominated Henry Van
Olcson, Kanckoa moved the nomi
nations be closed.
John Hell nomlnnted Frank Pnhln
for Deputy Sheriff for Koolaupoho.
S. W. Logan nominated L. K. Nil-
ono for Koolniiloa.
A Wnitilua man nominated Oscar
Cox for Deputy of Walanae.
Nawaakoa nominated John Fer
nandez for Deputy for Kwa.
W. II. Mclnerny nominated IMgar
Hcnrlqucs for Senator.
K . Qui n u was nominated by II.
James Holt nominated James
Clarenco Cooke placed the name of
John Hughes before tho convention.
Woodward nominated E. A. C.
Hnlckauwlln nominated Kalclopu
for tho Senate. Kalelopu withdrew,
stating that he would rather run for
Chns. Chllllngworth wanted to
know If any of tho candidates for tho
Senate Bhould fall to bo nominated,
could bo then nominated for tho
N'ahora Hlpa said that such action
could not bo taken. Chairman Judd
Dwlght said he desired to have Kb
lelopti run for tho Senate.
Kalclopu said Hint he had not mado
any attempt to get n nomination. Ho
iiinio merely as a delegate
James Hqlt moved tho nominations
be closed. Carried.
Durrandeau moed Hint n recess of
fifteen minutes bo taken.
Hlpa mado a now Hiiggcstlnu
that ono district tnko a recess whllo
the other one keeps on working.
Hlpa also said that ho did not
"llko nny blnck horses to como bcfoio
Carlos Long wanted tho rules
amended so that candidates for tho
Senate could also bo nominated for
tho House. Ilnwllns disagreed. with
Tho Klflh District then look a ro-
ross for llftccn minutes, whllo tho
Fourth remained In session.
Clarenco Cooke took tho chair for
the Fourth District.
Llllkalanl nominated J. C. Cohen
a Hawaiian doleguto nomlnntml
Lima Kuhaunnclo, '
Han Kamahu nominated John Kn-
oodward nominated Solomon Ha-
Jtoblii8oii nominqtcd Knlco.
Chns. Chllllngworth uonilniitoil A.
A Hnwallan delegate nominated .1
Oco. W, Smith nominated It. W,
oiuiigic, Hnouts of "Kokun,"
Itobert Itakcr was nominated.
a. r. uiark nominated B. A. Dou-
The nominations wero then closed.
Fifth District Session
a. i . Judd was selected as tcmnor-
Cox asked tho Honolulu districts
to ullpw tho country districts two
nominations out of the six.
Logan also made the same request.
This was ucceded fo. Tor tho out
side dlstrlcis, Chas. Arnold nominat
ed Unci Kinney and B. II. Mlkaleml.
3. V. Corrcn nominated A. S. Ka
lelopu. Cieo. Kuen was-nominated.
D. K. Kuinn nonilnnte"d Chas. Ka
neltoa. Wallace nominated IJ. N. Vooller.
Jos. Knlana waa nomlnatod by Sol.
H. Kahalo nominated S. P. Correa.
A I.ale mun nominated w ir
Kanelcoa nomlnnted David Kama.
Geo. Wright nominated n.n itn.
Dwlght nominated Harry Auld. s,
Nnliorn Hlpa was nomlnnted by Xi
Ilcrnard Kclokollo was nomlnnted
by A. S. Kalelopu.
KnncKoa moved nominations 1)0
closed,- but'lic wns out of order.
Charley Clark moved that tho mu
cus proceed to oto on the Honolulu
district, leaving out tho country ills
tilcts. Kanckoa's motion to closo nomina
tions wns ruled In order by Chairman
Wntcrhousc said that tho cntictti
could make Its own rules, not being
bound to the rules of the whole, con
vention. Clark moved that the Honolulu
district get together and settlo their
four men, the two selections of tho
country district already being set
tled upon. This carried.
Mclnerny said that they were out
of order because voting booths wcro
not ready for secret balloting. Ho
nftcrward stated that ho was under a
wrong Impression when ho mado tho
It was flnnllj decided to report to
the convention thnt thirteen namctf
had been nomlnnted.
Tho wholo convention wns thou
called to order by Chairman Judd.
The rourlh District nsked to mn
ono for a few minutes, ns E. A. C.
Long wanted to withdraw from thu
Senatorial contest. This was allow
ed, and Rawlins nomlnnted Long for.
Tho nomination reports of tho
Fourth nnd Fifth Districts wero then
read by Judd.
A recess was taken until 7 o'clock,
when candidates would make their
The selection of the County Com
mlttco was next in order. Tho pre
cincts wero called number by mini-4
bcr to name their committeemen. On
nccount of tho change In precinct
numbers thero wns considerable ton
fusion for somo time, but It was de
cided to allow the delegates under
the old precinct numbers to otu.
They were selected as. follows:
Fifth District County Committeemen
Precinct 1, John Hell; 2, Win. In
ohuknno; 3. L. K. Nnone; 4, S. W.
Lognn; 5, M. P. Cox; 0, Fled. Mover;
7, D. Douglas; 8, Chas. Arnold; 1,
Ell Crnwford; 10, Ceo. n. lliirkcr;'
11, P. V. Fernondcs; 12, A. S. Ka
lelopu; 13, A. F. Judd; H, S. Pnhla
Fourth District County Committee
Pieclnct 1. E. A. Dnuthltt; 2, .1. 1,.
Holt; 3. B. H. Paris; , Chns. Cos
ter; 6. O. V. Phillips; 0. J. I'. Eek
urdt; 7, C. L. Crabboj 8, 1). Kawnl
hon; 9, O. Chalmers.
Lnto Saturday night Clarenco
Cooke was ndded to tho committee.
Tho evening session was tailed to
ordor by Chairman Judd at 7:51!
o'clock, after roll call, when a quot
um was found present.
Hustaco, I.nnc, nnd Lucas, ns can
dldatcs for Maor, came onto tho
platform to nfllrm that they would
abldo by tho result of the balloting.
Lucas led onto tho platform and
received tho largest hand fiom thoso
In tho house.
Would-Be Mayors Speak
Lucas-advanced to tho edgo of tho
platform after the pledge, und said:
"Gentlemen, I wnnt to say that If t
urn defeated here, I shall vote for tho
man who beats me."
Shouts or enthusiasm gicctcd li I in.
Hustace mndo tho aamo pledge
'IGcntlemen," ho a'ld. "J pledge my-
solf to abide by tho outcome of thin
convention, and will tmppbrt tho
ticket ns nominated here." Hursts
Lnno said; "My iccord as a man
speaks for mjsclf. 1 will Jako tho
outcome of tho convention at jour
minds und If not nominated i f..0l
Hint I'll bo truo to the Republican
cause In this County."
Tho candidates for Supervisorial
positions then took the pledge.
Mr. Ahla for Supervisor Bald: "t
am not hero for fun, but am hero to
use my ability If ejected to tho onico.
I am a paity man. Doing the Mrst
speaker, I ask ion to elect mo as n
Supervisor. My election Is tho vic
tory of the Republican piuty."
I. Naiilm for Supervisor Haiti:1
"Gontlcnien, you nio assembled hoi a
tonight under the call of our law. I
am n labor man, a hard-working man.
i nope jou wlllolect inc."
Nnknpuahu said: "I am a ncw-bnnt
child In politics nnd I, nek you to elect
me to tho ofnec."
Wm. Aylott said: "It scorns ns It
1 am walking on tho sen. You havo
tho smiles which I hopo will elect
George Wright said: "With lour
smiling appcnriinco tonight I hopo
ou will glvo mo jour support."
vVatklns said he stood on tho ulnt
foim nnd would nblde by the nctlon
"f the convention.
Llllkalanl grew sentimental. "Gen
tlemcn, I thank iou for this honor."
no said. "God be with voul"
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