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' ceanic Steamship Compan)
Tli stamtrs ol thlt Una will arrive and leave Ihla port i hereunder:
f Leave S. F.
, AU(I. 23
MSH, ' Hates from Hunoltilii to Sun Francisco First class $65; Round Trip
tyi $110; rauily Rooms extra.
If Wm. G. Irwin
OCEANIC S. S. CO. GENERAL AGENTS.
CJl -J !! i!i. -' - '"'I "
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP Co., & T0Y0 RISEN KAISHA
Steamers of the abve companies will :t Honolulu and leave this port
on or about tho dates below mentioned:
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA:
MONGOLIA JULY 28
'ii:nvomuit At o a
KORGA All! 11
NIPPON fl'AltlJ Al'll. 21
FOR GENERAL INFO RMATION APPLY TO
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd,,
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Weekly Catling l:i Tehauntep'C.
FROM NEW YORK TO HONOLULU,
freight received at all Uinta tit the Coiupanv's Wharf, 41st Street, South
fltOM BN ITUNT1SCO TO UONO- I'llOM SfiATTI.K AND TACOMA TO
LULU 'I HONOLULU lunncr.
fl fi AI.VSI'W . ...III.Y 23
11. B. Pl.KIAUh'.l AUG. 10
. Fi eight rutairod nt Comp.tny't
tt wharf, Ormcwtcli Street,
FHOM HONOLULU TO SAN FRVN
CISCO. ri.niADRS, ro sail jun1: 23
Canadian Australia;! Royal flail
Steamer ef the above line, running In connection with the CANAD
IAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N.
6, W., and calling at Victoria, Q. C, Honolulu and Suva, FIJI, and Brls
banc, are DUE AT HONOLULU on or abort tho datec below dated, viz.:
FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA: I FOR VANCOUVER:
AOIl NOI JULY 21
t, JIARAMA AUU. 2.H
11, .. l-ltl ...tit tinntn. lalnn.l I
I . . VM, u. uum.M(. .n.wuu. :
Through Tickets lesutd 'rem Hcnolu'y to Uinadi. United Statee and
J- Curope. Fcr Frclglit nnd Pacsags and all general Infcrmntlon, apply to
Ueo. fi. !ois !i
Matson Navigation Company
P liidulo S. S HILONIAN, In tho direct cervlce between San Kran
".lieu and Honolulu:
ARUIVi; HONOLULU LEAV;: IIONOLULTj
e M'l.l ST
4, 1903 ANRUST
l. iuou .si:iti:mim:r
29, 1U0 OUTOIIHR
27. 199 NOVI'..MIIi:U
24, 19U9 NDVllMIIIJIr
22. 1909 l)l:CHMIli:it
The S. S. Lurline of this line siils for Sanfrancisco direct, carry
ing both freight nnd passengers, on or about Auunst 1st, 1009.
CASTLE &. COOXE, LTD,, AGENTS.
HUSTACE - PECK CO., LTD
C3 QUEEN STREET
Estimates given on all kinds of Drayinp, Teaming, Road Buildinc,
Firewood, Coal, Waianac Sand For Sale.
Transfer Co., Ltd.
Furniture and Piano Moving.
tlosepjh A. Oilman,
WIIPFINO AND C0HMISSI0N MERCHANT. 'i
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINIL
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO.. Rath, Main;
PARR0TT & GO., iarj Trancijco.
and cloth of A-l quality can be pur
P, 0. JJoz 001. Telephone 931.
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Arrive S. F.
& Co., Ltd
FOR SAN FI1ANCISCO:
SIIIIIItIA AUO. 7
CIMSll AUO. 17
MAKCIHUIV Atlll. 21
55. I! TUN" AN II J.Y 22 ,
V1KUIMA.N Al O. 0
For further Infoiiimtlon apply t
II. HAUKFELD CO .LTD.,
C. P. MORSE.
Onerrl Freight Agent.
Lo. Mft ilcucral Agents
. 2S, 1909
tho Rest Whiskey on the Market
THOS. F. McTIGHE & CO., AGENTS
101-105 KING ST.
phone no. p, o. box 755,
ESTABLISHED IN 1858.
BISHOP & CO.
Commercial and Trav
e'ers 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'Sivins Bank
Wm. Q. Irwin.'
Glaus Spreckels & Co.
Honolulu, : : : T.
Ban Francisco Agents The Ne
vada Nation.il Hank of San Krnnrlico.
Draw Exchange un the Nevada Na
tlonal Dank of Sau Fiunclsco.
London The Union of London and
Smith's ilanV, Ltd.
New Yc'i American Exchange
Chicago Corn Exchange Nattrnal
Paris Ciedlt Lynnnal.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong
kong SuuiRbul JUanklu? Corpotatlun.
New Zealand and Australia Dank
of New Zealand and Hank of Austra
Victoria ind Vancouver Tlank of
HrltUh North America.
Deposits received. Loans innde on
approved security. Commercial and
travelers' Credits Uiud. Bills of
Exchaiico bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
The Yokohama Specie
Capital (Paid up) ..Yen 24,000.000
Resert Fund Yen 15,940,000
HEAD OFFICE. YOKOHAMA.
The bank buys and receives for col
lection bills of exchange, issues
Drafts and Letters of Credit, and
transacts a general banking business.
The Rank receives local Deposits
and Head Offlce'Depcmts for fixed pe
riods. Local Deposits $25 and upwards
for one year at rate of 4 per an
num. Head Office Deposits, Yen 25 and
upwards for one-half year, cne year,
two years, or three years at rate of
5VV-C. per ennuni.
Particulars to be obtained on ap
plication. Honolulu Office 67 S. King Street.
P. 0. Box 168.
M. T0KIEDA Manager
AND TRUST GO
OF HAWAII, LTD.
3UBSCRIBED CAPITAL. .200,000.00
PAID UP CAPITAL $100,000.00
President Cecil Brown
Vies President M. P. Robinson
Cashier. ...i L. T. Pack
Office: Corner Fort and King Sts.
SAVINGS DEPOSITS received and
luterest ullowed for yearly dnuoslbi
at the rate of 4Vi per cent, per
Ituloi and regulations furnished
B. F. DILLINGHAM CO.
General Agent for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company of Ljndon.
New York Underwriters' Agency,
Frovldence Washington Iniura-ce Co.
4th FLOOR, SrANQENWALD BLDG.
AGENTS FOR THE
Royal Insur. Co. of Liverpool, Eng.
Commercial Union Assurance Co.,
Ltd., of London, England,
Scottish Union & National Ins, Co. of
The Unner RMn Int. Co., Ltd
Alexander & Baldwin
. . UMTTXp.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTOR!.
H. F. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle Vi President
W. M. Alexander. .Second Vice Pre.
J. P. Cooke '.
. . . .Third Vice Pre, and Manatrer
J. Waterhouse Treasurer
E. E. Paxton Secretary
W. 0. Smith.... '..Director
J R. Gait Director
W. R. Castle Director
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co,
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maui Agricultural Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company,
Knhului Railroad Company,
Haleakala Ranch Company,
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
Honolulu, T. E.
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS, SUGAR FACTORS .
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS
Ewa Plantation Co.
Waialua Agricultural Co., ltd.
Kohala Sugar Co.
Waimea Sugar Mill Co.
Apohaa Sngar Co., Ltd.
Fulton Iron Works of St. Jtuii
Blake Steam Pump
Babcock ft Wilcox Boilers.
Green's Fuel Economixer
Marsh Steam Pump
Matton Navigation Co.
Planters' line Shipping Co.
Wm. G. Irwin & Go,
SUGAR FACTORS and
Wm. O. IRWIN President
JNO. D. SPRECKElS...lst V. Pres,
W. M. GIFFARD 2d V. Pre.
H. M. WHITNEY Treasurer
RICHARD IVERS Secretary
D. G. MAY Auditor
Oceanic Steamship Co., San Francis
Baldwin Locomotive Work, Phila
Hakalau Plantation Co., Hilo Sngr.r
Co., Honolulu Plantation Co.,
Hutchinson Sngar Plantation
Cj., Kilaues 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
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomea S'igar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co-
Pepeskto Sugar Co., The Planters
Line of San Francisco Packets.
LIST OF OFFICER8:
C. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Vice President and Mana
ger; E. F. Bishop, Treasurer and Sec
retary; F. W. Macfarlane, Auditor; P.
C. Jones, C. M. Cooks and J. R. Gait,
I not a Luxury; It I a Necessity,
Biit you Must have the BEST
and that Is pruvldid by th famous
and most equltahlt Law of Massa
chusetts. In the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.
OF B08TON, MASSACHUSETTS.
If you would b fully Informed about
these laws, address
Castle & Cooke,
HONOLULU. T. H.
BENNY SCe., LTD.,
And Buyer Of
415 Queen St Phone 443.
941 NUUANU ST
BULLETIN AD8 PAY '
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New Strip Subsidy Ptan
Thi ship Btibsltly advocates have a
brnnd new plan, says a writer In' the
llrookljn Standrrd-Unlon. Hon. Wll
llnm Humphrey, member from Sea'.Uo
has Introduced a new bill in Congress.
As this cannot b) considered In tho
present extra session, It Is nioro or
less a fecW; and It Is believed by
thoso who believe In ship subsides at
all to contain several new features,
which wll make It appeal to the farm
population, or, more strictly, to the
Congressional districts and tho States
of tho Middle West, which thus far
have beaten every ocean mall bill or
subsidy- bill 'nlnco the time of Postmns-tur-Ocner.il
Wanamakcr and President
HarrUon, or 1891, In other words. Th6
project Is backed un now. as tot sov-
ernl cars past, by the Merchant Ma
rine League, headquarters, uicveianu.
Tho president or this Is coioncr-Jinr
Uutlcr, of, Youagstown, and the actlvo
man Is John A. Pcnton. Mr. Fassctt,
member from tho Elnilra, district 'of
New York, Mr. Humphrey, and others
iiro exacted, between now and the
rcKUlnrscBlon In December, to mako
ninny speeches before more or less
sjmjiathetlc bodies. And several ex's,
like McCleary, of Minnesota, and
"Jim" Watson, lately unsuccessful
candidate lor Governor of Indiana, and
others orj probably on the staff al
ready. Tho Merchant Marino Leaguo
lias shown, as uvldcnco thnt It has
nude goon and la about to make good
stilt further, a card Index, doubtless
nfter the Hitchcock plan, of seventy
five or more Interested and Influential
citizens In at least two hmidred Con
greveional districts; and the proposl
tlon, no doubt. Is to reach tlieie trusty
supporter,) of ocean mall pay at the
right time, when the campaign Is real
ly on. "
The project ban .not for years excit
ed ery much Interest In Now York.
In tho old years, when tho Inst of the
bills was passed. Clement A. Or I scorn
of Philadelphia, then head of tho
American Line nndTiow the chntrman
of the American Mercantile Marine,
nnd tho lato Commodore Hughes of
Meln Friend t Adolph; I vas not
going to write so awful much by a
shtcanvr what sails next week bcA
cuuu( am so busy going dcr rounds'
off d k - pictures.
iUftsM picking up wonderful
In IiMbultv Dcr city Us full of
globo tr-'tcrs, tourists, tralvellers,
1 ; going some place. Tho
are looking for polntB off In
nd pleasure, und ou bet wo
aro helping them fllnd It. Ve vas
all getting mote wise effery day,
ain't It? On der National Birthday
a crowd off our sports vent over to
Hilo to piny der horso race. Veil,
no need to talk about It any moro.
Dey don't know no more about n
properly conducted horse race as n"
cow knows about a drug store. Uut
djd gast It, you valt, Adolph. I
as der msolf. Und say, vhen I
go by der volcano some more und
pay $25 for der extreme pleasure
(?) off valklng around dcr Volcano
House all night because dere vas no.
place to lay my weary head, I vlll go
shump off der dock first und say
"hero gots nothing."
All towns have peculiarities vhlch
belong by demselves. Der special
peculiarity of Honolulu Isa der in
sane deslro off everybody vhat paints
a sign or placard to put a dot offer
a capital I. Und It vas not all for
eigners who do It, either. If Ha-
Tho most Inconsequential thing In
the world Is an Irresponsible man.
Tho most irresponsible man Is the
man who, with a great and unholy
pride in an official position. Bay the
Janitor In the City Hall, will gtvo a
loving reporter a bit of news with an
III concealed air of superior knowledge,
nnd a patronizing tone, and swell out
Ills chest two Inched and a half when
(ho reporter in an attempt to put
some butter on his dally bread grate
fully publishes hl8uamo lo the article;
then getq called down by the Head of
His Department for talking out. of
school'mid awcais by tho two thou
sand, nlno hundred and eighty seven
Gods of Greece, that ho never said It,
This man, to continue tho subject,
should ho Imprisoned as 'a menace
lo tho Gcnoral Fund. Think of the
expense tho government would bo put
In If It had to try a reporter for mur-
dor. For the mere' Bake of breaking
Into print, or the more contemptible
leason of posing aa a nian of conse
quence to a reporter who knows he
Isn't, ho gives out a bit of news In
which a part of tho public might
m m m m m m m m m m m k m m m m
the Ward Line, used to nianlpujaio
things quite satisfactorily because
they were successful. New York1, bt
course, arc Interested In ihe'Merchant
Marino League, though not one of
them, no matter how many millions
he has. can possibly subscribe t6 the
cause, as the urometers of the causo
declare, moro than $10 a year for
membership. Repeated efforts are
supposed to hae been made to Inter
est n. H. Harrlman In the subject-
only In a large Way of course; and
this Is proper, since we can still re
call the word of one of his lawyers
for It that Mr. Harrlman Uvea In n
higher and totally different atmos
phere. t It spite of -Mr: Hafrlmah's
large ' Interests In transportation
across tthe Pacific and across all
other oceans tor nuajht we know
ItiMa Atnttm n an,iM ht anftnrllil
i backing for the subsidy proposition
have thus far filled. Wo know also
that' "Jim" Hill has not aubserlbcd
tlOt.OvO fbr the coming camoalgn.
The shipbuilders themselves; who
maintain only a shadow ofan organ
ization, havo spent' a" great deal of
money in times past trying to secure
legislation, but they have practically
given up tho Idea of getting results
In that way; and besides, we havo the
statement of more than one of them
that they are "broke." The Merchant
Marine League people are no dotiht
sincere In believing thnt with ' the
modified provisions of the Humphrey
bill staring tho farmer In the face,
with tho big Interests and the ship
builders out of IL and thus. not oxcU
Ing suspicion, and with the work large
ly educational, provided It Is really
done, they will succeed this time. New'
York has been something of a center
of interest for the subsidy advocates
because of the presence hero of the
representatlvea of the German steam
ship lines. They are very politic and
Influential persons with a long reach.
It Is genernlly believed that they
alone could have prevented subsidies
tor American ships at almost any time
1 within thp last' fifteen years, If thoy
wall ,enr -is- fortunate enough to
have a battleship named after her,
It lis hoped dot who efter puts der
name on It ill not exhibit der Ig
norance orf der first principles off
den American language, der making
off' der letters off der alphabet by
placing dots offer der capital l's.r
Ho, Adolph, you will have to
learn a lot off grips by der hand It
)ou effer come down hero to see me.
I vas going to choln some secret so
cieties, but I don't haft made up my
mind yet. Der va lots oft dem
here, but dere vas only four vhat
vns real secret societies. Dey are
der Masons, der Odd Fellows, der
Oa'e Company, und' der Kapa Land
Der was a now conundrum going
de'r' rounds down here. Ol vlll tell
it to you und see If you can guiss It.
Vliy do people go to Hilo to spend
their vacations 7 Der only' answer
vhat I can glvoMss dot, once upon a
time a little negro boy sat on a log
pounding' his linger nilt a hammer
und crying mil pain. A passerby
asked him vhy he did' dot vhen It
hurt' him so. He said he did It be
cause It felt so good when ho
Veil, I hoar dot der moving pic
tures liaff swapped films again, so I
am going1 to skip tra, la, la; Your
Interested Uv together ,wltn' a' personal
comment on, Bay the various Boards
of v Supervisors. Then when he sees
bow small tt looks In black and white'
he digs up a' little chunk of Injured
feelings jomewhere from bis Ethical
Bcrap-Dasket and says he never done1
Other small men are those who are
cec(ed to an official position by THE
PEOPLE, (not capitalizing this be
cause, pf any' undue Importance of the
people) but for Uib sake .of passing
emphasis.) and then hold their meet
ings ' behind closed ' doors and shut
TIIE'l'EOPLE out, 'meaning of coiirso
the reporters, who represent the pco
plo twice as -"much aa they do. My
acquaintance extends among reporters
representing fourteen' of the largest
cltles'lu tho United States, but 1 nev
er heard 'of another plnco whero' they
did nils'; The only people who seem
to profit by this mode of( proceedure
uru the corner cigar staiid and the
ninnwho polishes the tops 'of tables. '
'A' juicy bit of news 'Jbrdke" for 'the
nun r rancisco papers lately, A gentle.
ue(mart of 'polished manners 'and, "winning
for the stomach will be
of great beneft to
anyone, when it i
weak and unable . to
do it work property,
thnt eautintf the blood
t6 beeetne poor. But
be uw it U .
' A'UH BITTERS.
Then yon have the
beet and purest that
science can produce.
For over (13 yean it
ha been proving it
merit in cases of Bloat'
ins;, Poor Appetite,
For sale'bt Denton, Smith ft Co.,
Ltd.;- Hollister Drug Co., Ltd,;
Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.; Hilo Drue
Co.; and at all Wholesale Liquor
Dealers. v. '
MONOTONY IS IN
. " t
Clicking of Machines
And Th9 Purtling of
Paper O'vei41 All -
Ask a Territorial officer' what' he la
doing nowadays nnd he will sigh and
chew on thfe end of,hls pencil, remark
ing the while that he Is preparing his
report to tho governor. This all ab
sorbing occupation dictates tho gen
eral atmosphere of tho government
officos and the scratch of pencils on
pads, the scurry after notes and sta
tistics that have wandered off to odd
corners and the stream of clicks from
the type-writers sends a monotonous
buzz around the Capitol and Judiciary,
Even tho Governor himself is look
ing peevish and peaked and Is think
ing of rotlrlng to the damp and moist y
top of Tantalns, for ho top, has a re
port iu prepare lur inu occreia.rjr in
the Interior and his historic table la
covered with arrays of Bajires, notes,
memoranda and such like aHsesorlea
The Boiril of Health Building, how
over, Is fairly quIeL
President- B. A. Mott-Bmlth baa dis
appeared, vanished, faded away, evap
orated, crawled Into a hole and pulled
It In after him. In a word, Jie Is gone,
no one knows whither, To tell' the
truth, he doesn't want any one to
know, for he too, as the Secretary o(
the Territory and the President of the
Board of Health, has a report to mako.
The one entirely happy man Is Su
perintendent , Babbitt of the Depart
ment of Public Instruction, but even
ho, far away on the briny deep, and
hear tho rait sea breozes wafting the
click of the typewriters and the rustle
of 'paper as his fellow officials grind,
MACMILLAN'S NEW BOOKS. "
The Bride of the Mistletoe, long
advertised aa the reawakening of
Jamc's Lane Allot) Is at last off tho
press and Included' In'a laie June Bul
letin of the MacMlllan Company. Tho
entire action 'Is comprised within less
than wo days,. Including Chrlstmaa
Eve and Christmas Day. and depicts a
crisis In the lives of two people
MacMilUn also announce two moro
books In their series that should be
one of 'the" most popular printed, by
this house. These are 'Dutch 'Bulbs
an'd Oardene and "Worcestdrshlro, each
containing 24'plateB. The latter 1 a
companlon-volunm to Middlesex, York
shire, Inns of COurt, etc., which have
set out the beauties" of ' the ancient
ways, who, to the best of my reoqllec
tlon, answers to the name occasionally
of' Carl Johnson,' was arrested on a
chargeof bigamy and waa then dis
covered to bo the owner of a harem
Wyalllngthat of our' ex-frieud, Abdul
Hamld, late of 'the news-dispatches.
Just before, he was arrested 'he had
won tho; heart of a you'ug.lally, whom
again. It niy,ecollectl0n'uas not failed
mo, Is dubbed Miss Canbra! , Hf in
carceration anti-dated his 'uteenth
wedding by two days When the newt),
papers told her all about his duplicity,
she sniffed and said, she was only
playing with him knew' it all tho
time , r ,love " my fish story out O
"Our horses are slow, but they'ro
honest," tald Maul .shortly after the
Hilo Fourth of July fiasco to Hono
lulu who wa rubblu' his "stlugs"
with one hand and 'shaking a fist at
Hilo "sports" with the other. Atlrlght,
Maul, old chap, you'll get ua next
time and Hilo catf whlstlo for a
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