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EVEN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1900
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Oceanic Steamship Company
TIME TABLE S.8. ALAMEDA
The stamrs of this lint will arrive and leave thU port it hereunder:
Leave S. P.
J I-Nil 11
r.nlci from Honolulu to San Fr
$110; Family Ilooms extra. nncisco First class $05; Hound Trip
Win. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd
OCEANIC 3. 3. CO. GENERAL AC.ENTg. '
PACIFIC HAIL STEAMSHIP Co. & TOYO KISEN KA1SIIA
Steamers of the aliove companies will at Honolulu anil leave this port
on or about Oie dates below mentioned:
rOFl JAPAN AND CHINA:
NIPPON MAUI' .
CHIYU M Mir ..
. MY 2",81ERtA . . ,
.JUNK SjCIIINA . . ..
..H'.NK iil CIIIYO MAIUJ
. II I.V f MOMIOI.I Y
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
K Hacldkld &
AMERICAN K.VAILAN STLAJiiuJ? CUI4PANY.
Wt-ekly Railing via Tahauntepeo.
TliOM NEW YORK TO HONOLULU.
freight reeolvod ut all times at tho Ompuoy H Wharf, tut Strt-ct, South
rIlOU BAN FRANCISCO TO IIOXU- niOM SEATTLE AND TACOMA TO
I I'l.U DIUKOT. HONOLULU DIRECT.
VllltilMVN 'III SMI MY 27 Mi:.,CN. TO HAIL IUNI". I
1M.KIAUKS. 10 MAII JUNK 2 MI.-UI ItlA.S, TO SAIL . ..ll'.NK 21
Frt-lKht rorvlriHi at Cumiinny'a
whnrf. Un-euwli-h Btrrrt. Tor further liilnrmillon apply to
WllM HONOLULU TO RAN Kit W-
l'LKIADKS. TO SAIL . ...Jl ') Hi
anatiian-Auetraltati Hoy at AlaJl
8teamers of the above line, running In connection with the CANAD
IAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancou.er, D. C, and Sydney. N.
S. W., and oiling at Victoria, D. C, Honolulu and Suva, FIJI, and Drt
bane, are DUE AT HONOLULU on or abo-it the dates below stated, viz.:
FOR fIJI AND AUSTRALIA: FOR VANCOUVER:
MAIIAMV MAY 2R MAKL'KA MAY 2.'.
MAKlllA IUNH 26 AOIIANOI JUNK 2.1
AORAM'I JI'I.Y 2 MAUAMA JULY 20
MAKAMA AUG. SO .MAKUIIA UO. 17
'Will call st Punning Island.
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United State and
Europe. For FrclQht and Passage and all general Information, apply to
Ifctt. C. Pavier. & Co., lid. teaeral kz&U.
VWNM0MjNMiJMMrtMiMPSWMak j SSissM.ISHiHi H'li Pil SWMW miWWH V(I.SiWMiy
Matson Navigation Company
Schedule S S llll.ONIAN, lu tho direct fervlru between San Fr.in
rlico and Honolulu:
JUNK 'i. r.in'1
JULY 7, I I
Auorsr i, i'."1'
SKl'TI'.MIII'lt I. I'iii'.i
SE IT IC. MHMt . -". II
UCTOHEIl 27. l!i"'i
NOVKMHlCIt 24. mini
IIKCCMIIKR 2-'. Vlln'J
The S S. LURLTNE of this line, carrying both Frcisht and Passen
gers, sails from this Port for San Francisco DIRECT on or about May
1'ussenger Rates to S. F.: First Cabin, ?00; Round Trip First Class
For fuither particulars apply to
Transfer Co., Ltd.
Furuiture and Piano Moving.
Hustace-Peck Co., L,ta
Phone 295. DRAYMEN 03 Queen Street. V. 0. Box 212.
Estimates Given on all kinds of teaming.
FIREWOOD, STOVE, STEAM AND BLACKSMITH COAL.
CRUSHED ROCK, BLACK' AND WHITE SAND, OARDEN SOIL
HAY, GRAIN. CEMENT, ETC.
iHIPl'ING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
LN3URANCE i'lRE AND MARINE.
Afent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO..
PARROTT & CO.. Sari Tranchco.
and cloth of A-l quality can be pur
P. 0. Box 9G1. Teleplune 931.
. 'AI4- iMt'laria
Arrive S. F.
Ai n. :s
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
. . .JUNK 12
. . .JUNK 2R
II. IIACICITILO & CO .LTD.,
a. p. mouse,
Opneral PrelKhl Agent.
.if ni: ', limn
JULY 1 I, IIHi'l
AMil'ST I" l'i!l
SHITKM I'.IIll T I " a
u( 'IOrl.ll ". I'"''i
NOVKMIli: '. -. I'1 ''
novi:mi'.i:i: ". i'J
i)K n.'.imit .'s. 1 smi'.i
s uiiUKi, hiu.. Agents.
The lies Whiskey on the Market
THOS. F. McTIGHE & CO.. AGENTS.
101-105 KINO ST.
THONE 140. 1' 0. BOS 755.
ESTABLISHED IN 1858.
BISHOP k CO.
Commercial and Trav
elers' Letters of Credit
issued on the Bank of
California and The Lon
ydoh Joint Stoclc Bank,
Correspondents for the
American Express Com
pany an J Thos. Cook &
Interest allowed on
term and Savings Bank
Wm. Q. Irwin.
Claus Sprcckels '& Co.
HONOLULU. : : : t. H.
San Francltco Agents 'fhn Nc
nd.i Nation il Dank nf San Prnnel'co.
Draw Excnnnge un tlm .N'mni'.i Na
tlnunl Dank of San Frnuclnco.
London Tlit' Union nf London an J
Biullh'H Dan, l.t.l.
New Ycr'i Aiucilc.in Erchatigij
Chicago Corn KxrliaiiKe National
Pari Cri'i!!t I.ynnnaR
Hongkonn and Yokohama Hung
konc SIiliiijIiiiI SLinltliiK CoriHiratloii
New iiT.il.ind and Aunlralla Il.iuk
ot N.'W Kt.tl'iiiil and Hank of Aimtra
Vlctor'a rnd Vancouver llaulf of
IliltUh Norl'.i Ameilua.
IH'poHltn rocelicd. Loans made on
opproi ed security. Commercial and
Travelers' Croill'.a Uiiit'd. Hills of
Rxcluiigo bougr.t and eold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
The Yokohama Specie
Capital (Paid up) . .Yen 24,000.000
11 r1 1 v.. icnnnnn
lu&civi; luiiu leu iv,j-jtjjj
iU-.fllJ UtXIVb, XUAUitillUA,
The bank buys nnd receives for col
lection bills of exchange, issues
Drafts and Letters of Credit, and
transacts n general bnuking business.
The Bank receives Local Deposits
and Head OPicc Deposits for fixed pe
riods. Local Deposits $25 and upwards
for one year at rate of 4To per an
num. Head Ofilce Deposits, Yen 25 and
upwaio's for one-half year, cue year,
two years, or three years nt tate of
oi2 per ansum.
Particulars to be obtained on ap
.Honolulu Olacc 67 S. King Street,
r. 0. Box 1C8.
M. TOKIEDA Manager
AND .TRUST GO.
OF HAWAII, LTD.
3UBSCniDED CAPITAL.. $200,000.00
PAID UP CAPITAL $100,000.00
Preildent Cecil Drown
Vice President M. P. rtoblnior-
Cachler L. T. Peck
Offlco: Corner Port and Kins Sts
OAVINGS OEPOCITS received and
lutorubt' allovol for yearly deposit
at the rate of 4 '.4 pur ctnt pel
Kules nnd rtgul uIoub furnished
B. F. DILUHOIUK CO
General Agent for Hawaii;
Atlas Assurance Company c! Lndo.i.
New York Underwriters' Agency.
Providence Washington Imura-cs Co
4th FLOOR, SfANGENWALO BLDG.
WM. G. IRWiN 6 C0..LTC
AGENTS FOn TIIR
Roynl Insur. Co. of Liverpool, Ctig
Commercial Union Assurance i3..
Ltd,, of Loudon, England.
Scottish Union & National Ins. Co. of
The Hyper Rhine lus. Co., I.ti
- ' -r-.
Alexander & Baldwin
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
H. P. Baldwin President!
J. B. Castl VI President1
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Pres.
J. P. Cooko I
. . . .Third Vice Pres. and Manager
J. Water1 house Treasurer
E. E. Paxton Secretary
W. O. Smith Director
J. R. Oalt Director
W. R. Castle Director
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commercial & Suiraj Co.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maui Agricultural Company.
Hawaiian Sugiir Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Knbului Railroad Company,
llalcakala Ranch Company,
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
Honolulu, T. H.
SIIITPINO AND COMMISSION MER-
CHANTS, SUGAR FACTORS
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS
Ewa Plantation Co. I
Waialua Agricultural Co., Ltd. I
Koliala Sugar Co.
Waimea Sugar Mill Co. I
Apohaa Sugar Co., Ltd. i
Fulton Iron Works of St. Jtuis
Blake Steam Pumps
Eabcock & Wilccx Boilen
Green's Fuel Economizen
Marsh Steam Pumps
Matson Navigation Co.
Planters' Line Shipping Co.
Wm. 8. Irwin & Co.
SUGAR FACTORS and
Wra. G. IRWIN President
JNO. D. SPRECKELS...lst V. Pres.
W. M. GIFFARD 2d V. Pres.
H. M. WHITNEY Treasurer
RICHARD IVERS Secietaty
D. G. MAY Auditor
Oceanic Steamship Co., Sail Francis
Baldwin Locomotive Works, Phila
Ilakalau Plantation Co., Hilo Supar
Co., Honolulu Plantation Co.,
Hutchinson Sugar Plantation
Co., Kilauea Sugar Plantation
Co., Olowalu Company, Paaubau
Sugr Plantation Co., Waiuia
nalo Sugar Co.
C. Brewer 6 Co.. Ltd.
CUCEN STREET, HONOLULU, T. H.,
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar PUnt. Co., Onorftea Sugar Co.,
Honoinu Sugar Co., Walluku Suyar Co.,
Pepeckco Sugar Co., The Planters,
Line of San Francltco Packets.
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C. M. Cooke, President; George I
Robertson, vice President and Mana
Qer; E. F. Dlihop, Treasurer and Sec
retary; F. W. Macfarlane, Auditor; P.
C. Jones, C. M. Cooko and J. R. Gait.
Is not a Luxury; It Is a Necessity.
Out you Must have .tho BEST
tnd that Is provided by th- famous
and cnoit eq'iltahte Laws cr Massa
chusetts. In the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.,
OF BOSTON, MASGACHU8ETT3.
If you wculd be fully Inrorr.cd about
these law, addrccs
Castle fv Cooke,
HONOLULU. T. H.
137 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
KAI'IOLANI PARK ADDITION
suit other desirable localities.
I For Sale at a Bargain Frenisea
j tt Hauuia on the beach, a Uvo-storj
bouse end furniture, at c bargain.
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street.
Stamping, Embroidery nnd No
tions. Shirtwaists, Gloves and Uu
derwLar. Orders taken for nil kinds,
ot fancy work. Telephone 387.
Illauk honks of' nil poits, ledgi-is, i
He, manufactured by tb.3 lluliutln
1'uJ Ubhlug Cuiupuujr. I
Srnled bids will ho received by the
BuporvIrorH of the County ot Knunl,
Territory of Huwnll, at Llluio until
two o'clock p. in. Juno 2d, 1909, Jor
ONIl NO. 3 AUSTIN qYItATOUY
HOCK CUUSIIKU (CUUSIIKIt
lllildei-w will Btrito not prlre P. O.
II. Pti-nmer at San Francisco or Klce
l(, Kannl. unit mention shortest tlmo
J. II. MOUAONK.
County Hond Bupervlsor;
NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT.
Tom Will Kim. Lau Kan Chow,
Lee Wall In, dolus linslnesn under
the name and Blyle of'KwotiB Ylck
Loy, vomer of KIiib and Pront
etreett, lllto, Hawaii, as dry Roods
merchant , hae nsslgneil their btwl
ness to I.nu Pal, Lnu TuiiK, Lau
Sum, Lau SutiK. and Y'oiik Chuck
(uon, who nvsume nil liabilities of
the former linn. Tho former inem
Iiimh of the firm licieby lellninilnh
nil claims or Interest In the lintl
GEARY STREET ABOVE UNION SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE H0TE1 ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 A SAY UP
AMERICAN PLAN $3.00 A DAY UP
J A new down town betel. Steel and
brick tlrucluro. Furnished at a cost ot
$150,000. Emj comfort and content
ence. On car lines transferring to all
parts of cllf. Omnibus meets all trains
Now recognized as Hawaiian
Cable Address "TRAWETS."
AKE another visit to
St. Clair Bidgood, Mgr.
Boston Baked Beans.
! Boston Brown Bread.
I Leave orders a day ahead.
I 28 loaves of bread for $1.00.
1 1129 Fort St. Phone 197.
nKMI'.VKD IN j
thr nimi'tifv., j
I.L IHirttitlHTN I
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts.. Honolulu.
Wall Ying Chung Go.
King Street, Ewa of Fisoraarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE-
BERETANIA ST., NEAR ALAKEA.
Fine Cakes and Ice Cream.
Rolls and Buns Fresh every morn
the ONLY table drink. Manufac
tured by the
Arctic Soda Water Works
Formerly cutter for H. P, Roth, is
now in charge or h. a. KERR &
CO.'S TAILORING DEPARTMENT.
Pan Ka liana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your Grocer's.
J.lmisui im ill ! rHm-wpJtB
1 1 WXWCXVXXWX'iQKmVXX&T
1 SPORTS I
SPOUTS BY THE
So Jack Johnson tlioiiRht better
of koIiir ncioss the lierrliiR pond
and stnrrltiR In the music- IiutlR. Very
wlso of "Denrlo" to refrnln from vls
IIIiik London Just tuiw, liee.iuse Iho
public would ellher have made him
fight Lnngford, or else piny to emp
ty houses. There. Is not much alalia
for Daddy nnyhow In tlreat llrllnln,
nnil the fact that he ernwflshed nut
of hl etiKnRement with LatiRford
him net a lot of people thlnkliiR that
LU Arth Is seared of the Hinnll nig
ger. Johnson Is reported to be In
strict training for his UrIiIh with
Kaufman mid Ketchel, which come,
off close on one another. Jack
should hnve no trouble in ilistioaltiK
of the two, and probably could lake
both of the purs on In the same rlliK
one up and tho other down.
The exhibition of the Maxim Si
lencer to he glten this evening at
the Clun Club's range Is nttrnitlng
n lot of attention, dud no doubt a
large crowd of people will ho pres
ent to watch tho experts nt woik.
School sporls nrc nhout pan from
now on to the time the Pall terms
I open, nnd there will be nothing
much doing In athletics till then.
Swimming "races mny he pulled off,
and that scheme feenm to he n good
one. There probably may ho n few
l minor events Rot up for the slack
'time of the year, nnd It Is to he hop-
I ed that the rumors of such events
going to happen are lorrect.
I t! t! tt
NEWS NOTES FROM
Akann, tho pitcher who was to
have been In the box on Monday for
the Kama, was laid up In the School
Hospital. He had attended a lunti
and put nwny too much roast pork,
which debarred him from watching
the game, much less playing In II.
The caps for tho ICnmohnmelm
cadets have arrived, and the boys
will wear them In the exposition
drill which will be held some tlmo
during this week. Governor Prenr
will review the llnttnlion, either at
Aaln I'arL or Union Suunro. It was
thought better to hold the review at
either of these, as the school
grounds are too small.
tt t: ::
HANDICAPS FOR COOPER
CUP YACHT RACE.
At a meetlugi of yacht-owners last
night at the Commercial Club, a sched
ule of handicaps was made out for tho
small yachts that tire eligible for the
Cooper cup lace ou June (!.
Tho handicaps were as follows: lie
fiance, scratch; Mnggle, 8 mills.; Dag
mar, 15 mlns.; Mulolo and Chip, 20
The course will he ns follows: Start
ing fiom a lino between the yacht club
wharf nnd n stake boat, directly out of
the channel to the outer red buoy
marking tho entrance to l'carl lluthor.
This mark to bo left to port. Thence
back along the same channel to tho
stripped can buoy oft tho Peninsula,
leaving tho mark to starboard. Thence
along (he channel to tho North and
I'nnt of Pord Island, leaving tho black
stake to port, to a stake boat anchored
on tho Wnlau rico mill. This mark
to bo left to starboard. Thenco fol
lowing tho regular channel round Pord
Island, leaving nil black marks to star
hoard and all led marks to port, to the
Tho ruco will start at 10 a. m. and
tho tlmo limit will bo four hours. The
course Is about seventeen miles. Tho
limit for crow Is four for each boat In
cluding tho helmsman, uho must ho a
member of tho yacht club. Tho cup
has to bo won threo times. Tho Defi
ance, Maggie uinl I'rinccHs each have
ono leg on It.
iiothed,cwhot.h-i oyeloohmrf hrf hrfl
SACRAMENTO, April 24. Local
officials of tho Southern Pacific hnvo
lecclved word from Chicago of tho
completion of one of tho two largest
locomotives in tho world, which aro
to ho placed on tho Sacramento di
vision of the Southern Pacific to
huul trains over tho mountains bo
tweeii this city and Reno.
The engines are really (wo )n one
and ore two and ono-tenth times
moie powerful than any locomotive
now lu uso by the Southern Pacific.
The weight of the drivers is 390,
000 pounds ns computed to 187,000
pounds for tho heaviest locomotive
now lu uso. The weight of the en
tile engine with tender Is GOO, 500
Cut In Oil Prices. Lima, O., Muy
11. Standard oil made Ub second
slash In crude oil pijccs this morning,
another cut of 5 cents per banc! fut
all grades being posted, Whllo stocks
of tho eastern field shov heavy loses,
millions of barrels aio lu storugo lu
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP TUB
United States, for the Territory
Tho United States of America, rinltr
tlfr, vs. Joseph O. Carter, et al.j
Action brought In said District,
Court, nnd tho Complaint filed In the
offlco of the Clerk of said District
Court, In Honolulu.
THE PRESIDENT OP THE UNITED
STATES OP AMERICA, OREET-
To JOSEPH O. CARTER, SAM
UEL M. DAMON, WILLIAM O.
SMITH, E. FAXON UISIIOP, nnd.
ALI1ERT P. JUDD, Trustees under
the Will and ot Lbjo Estuto ot I1ER
NICE 1. UISIIOP, ilcCoased; THE
TERRITORY OP HAWAII;
CHARLES M. COOKE; ANNA C.
COOKE, wlfo of CHARLES M.
COOKE; FRED. J. LOWREY; CHE
RILLA L'. LOWREY', wlfo ot FRED.
J. LOWREY; LAU CIIONQ; CHIN
SIIEE; J'HILOMENA KEIKI; VIC
TORIA KAHALELAULAN1 KAAWA. .
otherwise called VICTORIA KAHA
LELAULANI KAOULI; ISAAC K.
KAAWA; MAROARET MAY KAO
NOIII KAAKUA, otherwise called
MAROARET MAY KAONOHI KAO
ULI; JOHN KAOULI, JAMES KAO
ULI and MARY KAOULI Unknown
heirs at law of HERMANN KAOU
LI, deceased; I'HILOMENA KAO-
ULI as Guardian ot tho person and
estates of MAROARET MAY KAO
NOHI KAOULI, THOMPSON MANO
OKALANIPO JWOULI, and VICTO
RIA KAHALELAULANI KAOULI.
Minors; JOHN SMITH, JAMES
II 11 OWN. HENRY HLACK.
CHARLES WHITE, MARY OREEN,
JANE JONES and MARTHA
STILES, unknown owners and claim
You Aro Hereby Directed to Ap
pear, and answer tho Complaint In
a n' nction entitled as above, brought
against you In tho District Court of
the United Slates, 'in and for tho Ter
ritory of Hawaii, within 20 days
from and after service upon you ot a
certified ropy ot plaintiff's petition
horeln, together with a certified copy,
of this Summons.
And you are hereby notified that
unless you appear nnd answer as
above required, the said plaintiff will
tako Judgment for any money or
damages demanded In the complaint,
as arising upon contract, or It will
apply to tho Court for any other re
lief demanded in tho Complaint.
WITNESS tho Honorablo
SANFORD II. DOLE. JudgO
ot said District Court, this.
2nd day ot February In the
year ot our Lord one thou
(SEAL) sand nine hundred and nine
nnd of tho Independence ot
the United States the one
hundred and thirty-third.
A. E. MURPHY,
Dy (Signed) A. A. DBAS,
UNITED STATESyjf AMERICA, us:
Territory of Hnwufl, City of Honolulu
I, A. E. MURPHY', Clerl: of tho
District Court ot the United States
of America, In and for tho Territory
and District of Hawaii, do hereby
certify tho foregoing to be a full,
true and corrici copy of tho original
Summons nnd Order Directing Pub
lication ot Summons lu Cuuso; THE
U. S. vs. J. O. CARTER, ET AL. (KE
IKI) NO. f9, as the sumo remains of
record and on file In the office of the
Clerk of said Court.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 1
have hereunto set my hand
and nfllxed the seal ot said
(SEAL) District Court this 12th day
of April, A. D. 1909.
A. E. MURPHY,
Clerk of United Stages District
Court, Territory of Hawaii.
Endorsement No. C9. District
Court of tho U. 8. for tho Territory
of Hawnll. United StateB of Amer
ica vs. J. O. Carter ct nl. Summons.
Robert W. Iireckons, Plaintiff's At- ,
torney. Filed Feb. 11, 1909.
' A. E. MURPHY,
fly (Signed) A. A. DEAS,
WASHINGTON, April 21. In
discussing the International diffi
culties experienced lu connection
with tlip Japanese troubles In Cali
fornia, former Justice Blown ot tho
United States Supremo Court, dei
clared at tonight's session ot the in
ternational law society that If the
question of the right ot the Japan
ese to attend tho samo schools im
Americans should over reuch tho
Supremo Court the "lensonnbleness"
ot having two nationalities going to
school together 'would have to hn
"If it were a question," ho Bold,
"as to whether there should be sep
arate schools for blondes and bru
nettes, for rich nnd poor, no doubt
of the reasonableness ot tho enso
would oxlht, but tho question ot
having tho different nationalities at
tend tho samo schools would not bo
to slmplo of solution.
"If wo do not deslro aliens let us
keep them oiit, and the time may
come when more drast'c laws than
now exist will have to be made It
wo de3lre to remain an Anglo-Saxon
nation, but as long as we admit for
eigners of an entirely different typo
wo should beo that ull niu Uvated