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TIME TABLE S.S. ALAMEDA
The tfamtrt of this lint will rrlv and leavt this port hereunder:
f Leave S. F,
Arrive Hen. Leave Hon.
AI'L. 9 MCII. 24
APIj. 30 APL. 14
MAY 21 MAY 2G
JUNK U Jl'NIJ IB
JULY 2 Jt'l.Y 17
T) h 4 AM f MAfcM TTtftM Alaalaa A A 6am Y
V .IJ VV111 VAtlt
Win. G, Irwin & Co., Ltd
OCEANIC 9. 8. CO. GENERAL AGENTS.
J J I l l HUM I I !! SJ
fPACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP
Steamers of the above companies will at Honolulu and leave this port
on or about the dates below mentlAned:
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA:
fy 8MIE1UA APR,
U CHIYO MARU
MAY 1 1
FOP. GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
Ht Hackfeld & Co. Ltd, ,.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPACT.
Weekly Sailings via Tehauntepea.
FROM NEW Y0BK TO HONOLULU,
rrelght received at all times at the Company's Wharf, 41st Street, South
TtOM SAN FRANCISCO TO HONO-1 FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA TO
LULU DIRECT. HONOLULU DIRECT.
PLEIADES, TO SAIL APR. 17 MEXICAN, TO SAIL APR. 1
Freight received at Company's
wharf, Qrescwlch Street.
ETtOM HONOLULU TO SAN FRAN
CISCO. PLKUDBS, TO SAIL . .i.APR. 2
- j. i
Canadian-Australian Royal Mall
Steamer 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 &uva, FIJI, and Bris
bane, are DUE AT HONOLULU on or abo-it the dates below stated, viz.:
ron rJIJI AND AUSTRALIA:
JIAKURA APR. 2
AORANGI MAY 1
MARAMA MAY 28
MAKUIIA JUNE 25
AORANGI JULY 24
Will cnll at Fanning Island.
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to", Canada, United States and
Europe. For Freight and Passage and all general Information, apply to
Thee. D. Davies &
I'Matson Navigation Company
SCHEDULE S. S. "HILOHIAN"
in the Direct Service Between
SAN FEANCISCO AND HONOLULU
AIUUVE HONOLULU LBAVK IIONOVJLl
APRIL 14, 1909 APRIL 20, 1439
MAY 12, 1909 MAY - 18, 1909
JUNB 9, 1909 JUNE IS, 1909
The S. S. "LURLINE" of this Line, carryinp both freight and pas
sengcrs, sails from this Port for San PrnniJco March 31st.
Passenger Bates to S. F.: First Cabin, SCO: Bound Trip First Class
For further particulars apply to
C&STLE & COOKE, LTD., Agents.
Transfer Go., Lrdl
Foruiture and Piano Moving,
Hu-stace-Peclk Co., Ltd.
Phone 293. DRAYMEN 63 Queen Street ' F. 0. Box 212.
EstimaUa Given on all kinds of teaming.
v Dealers in
FIREWOOD, STOVE, STEAM AND BLACKSMITH COAL.
CRUSHED BOOK, BLACK AND WHITE'SAND, GARDEN SOIL.
. HAY, GRAIN, CEMENT, ETO
and cloth of A'-l quality can be pur
P. 0. Box 001. Telephone 031.
ED0EW0RTH and QB01D Tobacoos
The only two good smoking
Tobaccos b the Market.
aad MYRTLE CIOAK STORE
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
Arrive S. F,
a a A A A 1 taA 1 AT A A VAEl Y) m u -f Pl S
! M I ! Illl I II lit
Co., & TOYO KISEN KAISHA
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
CHIYO MAltU MAR. 30
ASIA APR. C
MONGOLIA APR. 17
TBNYO MARU APR. 27
KOREA J...MAY A
;MlSSOURIAN, TO 3AIL . . .APR. 15
For further tntormntlon apply to
II. HACKFELD ft CO..LTD.,
C. P. MORSE,
Central Freight Agfent.
AORANOI . . ,. ,MAR. 21
MARAMA APR. 27
MAKUIIA MAY 25
AORAN'OI JUNE 23
MARAMA JULY 20
Co., Lid. Qeieral Ageats.
KAPUNA, ONOIPU, KALLUA and
From Sorenson's Wharf,
Apply on Board' or 'to
HAWAIIAN BALLASTING CO., Agt
Telephone 396, Maunake St, below
King, P. 0. Box 820.
BULLETIN ADS P V
IIP - !! P- W.LJI
IZJ! i IJ
ESTABLISHED IN 1858.
BISHOP & CO.
Commercial and Trav
elers' Litters 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
Win. GK Irwin.
Ciaus Spreckels & Co.
O A'NK E R 8.
1 T. H.
Ban Francisco Agents The Ne
vada National Dank of San Pra&chco.
Draw Exchange on the Nevada Na
tional Bank of San Francisco.
London The Union of Londnn and
Smith's Hani. LU.
New Ycr't American Exchange
Chicago Corn Exchange National
Paris Credit Lyonnaii.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong-kong-Shuncbal
New Zealand and Australia Bank
of New Zealand and Bank of Austra
lasia. Victoria t nd Vancouver Bonk of
BrIUih .North America.
Deposits reoetrcd. Loans made on
approvod security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits lsturd. BUls of
Exchange bougLt and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
The Yokohama Specie
Capital (Paid-up) . .Yen 24,000,000
Reserve Fund Yen'15,940,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
The bank'buvs and receives for col
lection bills of exehance. issues J
Drafts and Letters of Credit, and
transacts a general banking business.
The Bank receives Local Deposits
and Head Office Deposits for fixed pe
Local Deposits $25 and upwards
for one year at rate of 4 per an
num. Head Office Deposits, Yen 25 and
upwards for orte-half jear, one year,
two years, or three, years at rate of
&' per annum.
Particulars to be obtained on ap
plication. Honolulu Office C7 S. King Street.
P. 0. Box 1G8.
M. T0KIEDA ..., Manager
AND TRUST GO.
OF HAWAII, LTD.
OUBSCniBED CAPITAL. .J200.000.00
PAID UP CAPITAL $100,000.00
President Cecil Brown
Vice President M. P. Robinson
Cashier U T. Peck
Offlco: Co.ner Fort and King Sts.
SAVINGS DEPOSITS received and
Interest nllowcd for yearly deposits
at the rata of 4Vi pur cent, per
Rules and regulations furnished
. F. DILLINGHAM CO.
General Agent tor Hawaii:
Atlas Asourance Company of Ljndon.
New York Underwriters' Agency.
Providence Washington Insurance Co.
4th FLOOR, STANGCNWALO BLDG.
WM. G. iRTOfc C0.,LTD,
AGENTS FOR THB
Royal Insur. Co. of Liverpool, Eng.
Commercial Union Assurance Co.,
Ltd., of London, England.
Scottish Union & National Ins. Co. of
.The Upper Rhine Ini, Co., Lti,
Alexander & Baldwin
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
H. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Cattle.,. Vic President
W, M. Alexander. .Second Vice Frei.
J. F. Cooke...,
. . . .Third Vice Pres. and Manager
7. Waterhonse Treasurer
E. E, Paxton Secretary
W. 0. Smith Director
J. It. Salt Director
W, R. Castle,.- , Director'
COMMISSION MERCH AN IS and
Agents for ,
Hawaiian Commercial & Surm Co.
Haiku -Sugar Company,
Paja .Plantation. ,
Maui Agricultural , Company,
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kabuku Plantation Company,
Katulul Railroad Company.
Haleakala Ranch Company.
Castle Cooke, Ltd
, Honolulu, T. H.
SHIPPING ANTJ COMMISSION MER
CHANTS, SUGAR FACTORS
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS
Ewa, Plantation Co.
Waialna Agricultural Co., ltd.
Kohala' Sncar Co.
Waimea Sugar Mill Co.
Apohaa bngar uo., Ltd.
Fulton Iron Works of St' Xouii
Blake Steam Pumps
Babcock & Wilcox Boilerv
Green's Fuel Economizer
Marsh Steam Pumps
Matson Navigation Co.
Planters' Line Shipping' Co.
Wm. G. Irwin & Go,
SUGAR -FACTORS and.
Wm. G. IRWIN President
JNO. D. SPRECKELS... 1st V. Pres.
W. M. GIFFARD.' 2d V. Pres.'
H. M. WHITNEY Treasurer
RICHARD IVERS r-K. Secretary
D. G. MAY ....... Auditor
Oceanic Steamship Co., San Francis
Baldwin Locomotive Works, Phila
delphia. Pa. .
Hakalau Plantation Co.,-Hilo Sugar
Co., Honolulu Plantation Co.,
Hutchinson Sugar Plantation'
Co., Kilauca. Sugar Plantation
Co., Olowaln Company, Paauhau
Sugar Plantation Co., waitna
nalo Sugar Co.
C. Brewer & Co.. Ltd.
QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU, T. H,
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sliaar Plant. Co., Onomea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co.,
Pepeekeo Sugar Co., The Planters
Line' of 8an Francltcb Packets.
LIST OF OFFICERB!
C. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Vice President and Mana
ger; E. F. Bishop, Treasursr and Sec
retary: F. W. Maefarlane, Auditor; P,
C. Jones, C. M. Cooke and J. R. Gait,
1 TOR IMCJIIPAMPB
Is not a Luxury; It la a Necessity.
But you Must have the BEST
and that Is proyldod by th famous
and most equltahle Laws of Massa
chusetts, In the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.,
OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
If you would be fully Informed about
these law's, addrecs
HONOLULU. T. H.
137 MERCHANT STEEET
LOTS FOR SALE
N KAEI0LANI FARE, ADDITION
and ether desirable localities.
For Sale at n Bargain rrenises
it Hanula on the beach, a two-storv
bouse ead,,furiutute atda bargain.
R. MIYATA & CO.,
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, PAIN
TERS, PAPER HANGERS anl
6econd Hand Lumber, Doors ana
Sashes Bought nnd tioldi
KING ST., PALAMA JUNCTION
Dlank books of all snrtn, ledgers, j
etc., manufactured by tha llulletliil
I'tCUslitng Company, I
Sounding thb pnie& of
Ayor's Uair Vigor. That's
what ovory ono does who uses
for tho hair.
T 1 ,1.
sv. ii you uoui
you must not
ubo it. You soo,
you w ill ho BO pleased
with it that you will
just havo to tell your
friends nil about it.
romoves dandruff, makes tho
hair grow thick and heavy.
illnutlsdmohair, rich, glossy
hair, always attracts. You
may havo 'just such hair if
you will uso Ayer'a Hair
Vigor. Accept no substitute.
tiiffi ht Pr. 1. C h" a e, U.tH Sin . U.S..
The .regular meeting of tho Guild
mill W.oni:in's Auxiliary of St. An
drew's Cathedral will bo held nt 3
o'clock on Monday afternoon, March
29th, nt tho home of Mrs. T. J. King,
corner of I.unnlllo and I'nl.ol Sto.
4270 Mar. 27-29. ' '
at S3. 00 per diem. An examination
will he held nt tho Nnval Station,
Hawaii, Honolulu, T. II., April 20,
1909, fur tho purpose of cstahllslilnR
an cllfrlhlo register of ntiulnpcctons
(dredging). 1'or application And
further Information nddress), ."Com
mandant, Naval Stntlon, Hawaii, Ho
nolulu, T. II." 4269-3t
hi:ali:d PltOPOSAI will bo ro
reived nt this Ofllce until nonn of
April 2, 1909, to furutsh suhlilBtrnco
Biippltps, etc., for iho uso of tho Lep
rosy Hospital iit Moloknl, T. II., dur
liiK tho l!feal c:ir ending June .1C,
1910. Schedules nml further Info'--lnntlon
may ho obtained upon nppll
cntlnu in the undersigned. WAL
TKIt it. lllUNOKKItHOIT, Director
L.prosy Iuvestlcatluu Station..
Furniture, Iron Beds,
Coyne Furniture Co.,
BISHOP STREET. HONOLULU.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always BpugM
HENRY MAY d; CO.,
King Street, Ewa of'Fishmarket.
DRY. GOODS ,AND FURNISHING
' Q00DS of EVERY DE
THE T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING
have moved from the Kapiolani'Bldg.
to the Hustace Blk":. Nos. 00-71, So.
Beretania St., opposite Sachs Store.
Pau Ka Hana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your Grocer's.
.TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine:
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it 'fails to cure.
E."W. Grove's signature is on
I'AKIS UCDICINI! CO. St. Loub, U. 6. A,
DELIVERS BREAD DAILY
rmjtm.' taw s
HAVE A HOLIDAY
Visit Halelwa Sunday
As Guests or Fourth
Tho darkest cloud has Kb Bllvcr
lining, so the optimists tell us, and
there aio compensations even for h.'
lng a Legislator. Tho lawmakers
have n chance onco In n while to du
Eccnd from the heights of oratory to
earth nnd linve n good lime, Just ns
If they were common clay. Tlint's
what the members of the Houso of
IlcprcscntntUes did Saturday after
noon nnd Sunday nftcr tho most
strenuous week of the session hith
erto. Saturday afternoon, under the
leadership of Generalissimo Affonbo,
chairman of tho Military Committee,
tho House members piled Into a line
of automobiles they found waiting
for them nt tho front entrance to tho
Capitol nnd wcro whirled out nrffund
Diamond Head to the fortifications
on the Knltnuki side, where Major
Wlnslow nnd his assistants showed
them the battery of liugo 12-lucn
mortars and explained tho working
of the big ordnance.
it was an object lesson to sotno of
tho Heprcscntntlvcs, especially thoso
from the outside districts, who, ns
Speaker Holstcln saift of hlmself.hnd
never seen nny gun bigger than n
Siirlncflcld rifle or a 'rice cun. The
great inortnrs, whlcll Mnjor Wlnslow
raid have an accurate, range of ubout
eight miles und fire n projectile
weighing n thousand pounds, wcro
loaded nnd unloaded, turned nbout
on their carriages, aimed, tilted, nnd
depressed for tho benefit of tho Leg
islators, who were thoroughly con
vinced that with guns such as thono
guarding O.ihu, Honolulu will never
have anything to fear from nn en
emy. "I told j to so," remarked Kn
nlho, The members went over nil the
mnsslvo masonry work nnd nil ex
pressed their nstonlshmout nt what
has been done in so short u period
On tho wny back to'town n visit
was made to Knplolnnl Park, nt tho
solicitation of tho Park Superintend
ent. Supeilnlendcnt Campbell was
on hand to meet the legislators nnd
took them In hand to show them
what Is needed to. mnko tho park
oven iiidi e attractive thnn It how is.
Speaker Hbleteln nnd Vlco Speaker
Klco'werc prcsonted ench. with tho
egg of nn onm. it Is expected that
a motion will ho made today to lay
them on tho table.
Sunday morning, nt tho Inven
tion of tho members from tho 1'ourtli
and Fifth Districts, tho Ilcprcsenta
tives went to Ilalolwa to spent! tho
day. A special train (jirrlcd most of
them, nbout n dozen members of the
party going up In tho nutomnhllcs
of Hub Shluglo nnd J. M. McCnnd-
lcss. Thoso who rodo with Mr? Mc
CnndlCHS stopped nt tho Wahlawa
dnn on tho wny up, and Mr. Mc
Candlcs8 explained to them tho con
struction of tho big engineering
work. For tho first time In two
years the water wns found to bo
nearly up to tho spillway. A rlso of
four Inches would start It to running
over. Cuming hack, tho McCandlcss
nnd Shinglo parties stopped nt Camp
Lcllehua nnd paid their respects to
About 1 o'clock tho' party snt
down to a most appetizing luncheon
spread on the mnkal lannl of tho ho
tel, with Speaker Hojsteln nt ono
end of tho table und Chairman Jnclc
Atkinson of tho Itepunllcnn Centrnl
Commltteo at the other end.. Hurry
m Holt was toastmnster,
When the Bhnrp edge of nppct'ta
hnd been somewhat blunted by en
thusiastic consumption of wliat tho
guests found set beforo them, Speak
er Holstcln was called upon by tho
toastmnster. Ills remarks wero along
tho lino of whnt has been accomplish
cd by tho Houso, nnd ho expressed
his gratification at tho beneficial leg
islation that has boen enacted, Tpe
members havo shown, he said, that
they nre truly representative of tlw
wholo people of tho Territory, )
Ex-Senator J, M. McCandlcss fol
lowed Speaker Holstcln, stating th'ai
when ho was In tho Senate ho sal
alongside of the present Spcakor anA
worked with him for tho annexation
of Hawaii to the United Stntcs. They
wero both confident then thut annex
ation' would ho tho best thing for
the Hawaiian people, and the result
havo shown Hint thoy wcto right
The Hawaiian)) nre far better off to
day thnn they over wero under tho
As to tho House' of Representatives
of tho Fifth Legislature, It bus
shown that It Is by long odds the
most truly representative .branch of
the legislative body and that it enn
ho depended upon to do tho right
th lug. It doosn't need n rnni roc! run
down Its back.
"How It Happened" wns told by
Representative Cohen. Ilo, didn't
W'ed to tell what "It" was; every
body knew thoipnrt he had 'played in
the killing of tho liquor legislation
DR. SERENO BISHOP
IS LAIDJO REST
Last Sad Rites Held At
Central rUnlon ,,
The funeral services of tho laic
Dr. Sercno Dlshnp, held jestcrdny uf-
tcrnoon In the Central Union Church,
whero relatives nnd friends wcro
gathered together to do honor lo tho
memory of tho sclonllst.
The platform on which' Dr. Scud
dcr, Rov. O. 11. Oullck, nndltcv, Loua
of KnumnkaplII Churcli sat was dec
orated with wreaths, Tho urn, con
taining tho nshrs , of .tho deceased
rested on pulpit stand,
The benediction was pronounced
by Itev. Mr. Lono, nfter which tho
congregation proceeded to tho mis
sionary cemetery in tho' Knwnlahao
church Jnrd, whcro the last tributes
wcro paid. Tho' pnll-hcarcra wcro
Trof. W. D.' Alexander, Rev. 3ohn
Oullck, Dr, J. M. Whitney, Prof. C.
II. Il(rhcock, 1'. N. Knhokuolunn
(representing the formor pupils 9?
Dr. Rlshop at I.nhnlnnluna), nnd S.
II. Lono (representing tho Hnwnlian
Hoard). ' .,
TWO VEHICLES COLLIDE
Hirokawa, n Japanese, Is in cus
tody nt tho police stntlon on n chnrgo
of furious nnd heedless driving. It
appears that tho man, who is nn ex
press, driver, went nlong llcrctnnla
strcot toward Wnlklkt ut n fast rnto
of speed, nnd, mcetlni? n surrey In
which n Indy was driving. Js alleged
to havo made no effort to got out nt
tho wny. The consciiuonco win that
tho two vehicles collided nnd tho mur
rey got the worst of the deal.
Tho occupant of tho surrey hail
Leon out marketing nnd for n short
tlmo It simply mined groceries and
vcgctnbles. Tennuts fnlrly Hooded
tho vicinity nnd n great deal of ox
rftcment was exhibited by nil thu
Tho expressman offered to pay for
the dninago done to tho surrey nnd
household supplies, hut tho Indy, wlu'i
was not Injured nt nil, gnvo Illro
kawi Into custody. Ills caRO Vlll bo
heard tomorrow, If no settlement Is
mado In tho meantime.
Wireless messages received by tho
Agents of the Alnmcdn btato thut up
to 10 p. m. Saturday sho wns 1140
mllea from Honolulu. Passed Jlllo
nlnn at 1 n. m. Saturday.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phono 185.
tt- ttt -t-t"t"",""
Cohen, llko thoso who prcroded nnd
followed lilm, was enthusiastically
cheered ns lie sat down.
A. L. C. Atkinson .who wns In
clmrgo of tho outing, complimented
tho members of tho Houso on tho
work they nro doing, and toolc occa
sion to mako tho statement that It
Is the Houso, not tho Senate, that
tho people of tho Territory havo con
fidence In this year. Heretofore, ho
said, the Upper Houso has been look
ed upon ns tho most conservative, hut
fn'tho cnBo of tho 909 Legislature
It is Ju3t tiro other wny; tho Houso
Is conBorvatlvo mid tho Scnnto Is not.
The Houso mast truly represents tho
will of the' people.
Roth Affonso and Carloy wcro call
ed upon for speeches nnd did honor
lo tho pcoplo who sent them to tho
Legislature as Representatives. Af
fonso was the most efforvescont mem
her of tho party nnd hnd something
to say nt nil times. Ho created con
siderable amusement nt hj8 end of
tho table by his running fire of side
remarks. Admiral Deckley was prevailed up
on to say n fuw words, which ho did
in 11 innnncr that smacked of the sea.
Ills auditors .nil told lilm that ho hud
broken nil previous records nnd that
lliey had never heard such n speech.
Possibly It wns tho admiring glanccii
thrown nt thp sea-dog by tho lady
guests of tho hotel which Inspired ,
him to make the nddregs lie did,
Kanllio.was tho last speaker. Ho
nrrlved too Into for tliO' luncheon but
was called upon to talk, hnywny.
Military operations and tho National
(luard was tho theme ho chose, and
his remarks wero breezy and cnntlj'd.
As h,ad been expected, his visit tho
previous day to tho Diamond Head
fAtincatlons had fortified lilm In ills
belief that Hawaii has no nccdf a
National Guard when Uneje Sam Is
protcptins"Oalm with such niisilvo
battorlys,, . t ..,.!
"Resides," said. Knulho, "the tin
soldiers nro nn good. They wouldn't
light If thore wero to ho n war. They
would run nwny nnd hldu in tho gluu
Imshes. I'd run nwny", tiio," ho udd
ol,. lngonunusly, "but I'll nut hide
behind tho tin soldlors. I'd gut bo
hind the United States holdlcis,
wlient I'd he safe."
jAIjouI half tho party camn homo
during tho nftpruuon, tho others re-a
mulnliig for dinner at tho hotel, '
m i ninntkws
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