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wyiwtKtt AmXBTTO., HONOLCLP. .T. J1.AVRPNC3DAV. AUG. 1,8, '09, .
Oceanic Steamship Company
T!ME TABLE S.S. ALAMEDA
Th tamre of thU Una will arrhe and leava this port hereunder:
leave S. F. Arrive Hon. leave Hob. Arrive S. F.
AtTO. 28 SEPT. 3 AUG. 18 'AUG. 24
SEPT. 18 SEPI. 24 SEPT. 8 SEPT. 14
OCT. 0 OCT. 15 SEPT. 29 OCT. . 5
OCT. 20 OCT. 28
Connects at Honolulu for Sydney, with Canadian-Australian line.
Hates Irom Honolulu to' San fraccisco First class $eS; Bound Trip
1110; Family Booms extra.
Wn3. G Irwin & Co., Ltc
OCEANIC 3a 3. CO. GENERAL AGENTS.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP Co. & 10Y0 K1SEN KaISHA
Steamers of the abuva companies
on or about trie dates below mentinnrd:
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA:
FOR GENERAL INFO
u Hackfeid &
Weekly Sailings via Tehauntepeo.
FHOM NEW YORK TO HONOLULU.
freight received at all times ut the
mOM BAN FRANCISCO TO IIONO-) FROM SEATTLE AND TACOHA TO
LU1U. HONOLULU D1IIECT.
MEXICAN Ua. 19
MISSOURIAN SCPT. 2
Freight received nt Company's ru.- luriuer Infoimatlun npolj ta
wharf, Greenwich Street.
H. HACKFELD & CO..LTD.,
FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRAN- . Agent Honolulu.
CISCO. C. P. MORSE,
PLEIADES, TO SAIL AUO. 2l General Freight A nt.
anad?an-Ai!9traOf! Royal Mall
Steamers 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 Suva, FIJI, and Bris
bane, are DUE AY HONOLULU on or abo-.it the data, below elated, vli.t
FOR FIJI ANO AUSTRALIA:
Will call at Fanning bland.
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United 8tatee and
Europe. For Freight and Passage and all general Information, apply to
Tlsao. II. Pavtes'& Co.. ltd Gfaercl Areit
Matson Navigation Company
Schedule S. S IIILONIAN, In tho direct service between San Fran--Isco
SEPTEMBER ' 29, 1009
OCTOBER 27, 1909
NOVEMBER 24. 1909
DECEMBER 22. 1909
S. S. lurlinc of this line sails
CASTLE & CO
HUSTACE - PECK CO., LTD
63 QUEEN STREET PHONE 295
Estimates given on all kinds of Draying, Teaming, Road Building,
Excavating, Filling,, ,
Firewood, Coal, Waianao Sand For Salc.- '
maejwMaawai 1 - 1 mammumfmimimimmmmmmmmmim
Transfer Co., Ltd.
Furniture and Piano Moving.
BHIPFINO AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
aa'JRANCE FIRE AND MARINK.
Agent for ARTHUR 6EWA1L & CO., 'Bath, Maine t
PAKK0TT A CO., lao Francisco.
and cloth of A-l quality can be put
SANG CM AIN, ,
P. 0. Box 061. Telephone 131,
will at Honolulu and laava thla port
ran SAN FRANCISCO:
CII1YO MAUU AUO.
RMATION APPLY TO
Company's Wharf, 41st Street, South
OCTOBER 5, 1909
NOVEMBER 2, 1909
NOVEMBER 30, 1909
DECEMBER 28, 1909
for San Francisco direct August
OKE, LTD., AGENTS.
THOS. F. McTIOHE & CO.. AGENTS.
101-105 ST5G ST. ,.lrj
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755,
Commercial and Trav
elers' Utters '6f 'Credit'
issued .on the , Bank of
California and The Lon-
'"dpn Joint Stock Bank,
. Correspondents for the
American Express Com
pariy'and Thoi. Cook &
Interest allowed .on
term "and Savings Bank
Wm. a Irwin-
Claris Spreckels & Co.
ft A A K II 8
'ho'nolulU, : : : T. H.
'8anvFra'icfaco Agent The Ne
vada Nntldnnl'Bank of Sao PraneUco
Draw'Exchahge on the Neada Na
tlunal Hank oMSan Francisco.
London The Union of London and
Smith's Bank, Ltd.
New Yor'c American Exchange
Chicago Corn Exchange National
Parla Credit Lynnnala.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong
kong-SbuiKhal Banking Corpotatlon.
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of New Zealand and Bank of Austra
lasia Victoria ,nd Vancouver Bank ol
British North America.
Deposits received. Loan made on
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. BUI of
Exchange bought and sold.
Collection Promptly Accounted For.
The Yokohama Specie
Capital (Paid np) . .Yea 24,000,000
Reserve Fund Ten 15,040,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
The bank buys and'receive for col
lection bills bf exchange, issues
Drafts and Letters of Credit, and
transacts a general banking business.
The Bank receives Local 'Deposits
and Head Office Deposit for fixed pe
Local Deposits $25 and upwards
for one year at rate of 4 per an
num. Head Office Deposits, Yen 2a and
upwards for one-half year, one year,
two years, or three yean at rate of
514 per 'annum.
Particulars to be obtained on ap
Honolulu Office 67 S. King Street,
P. 0. Box 168.
H. TOKEBDA Manager
AND TRUST GO.
OF HAVAII, LTD.
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL. !WOO,000.00
PAID UP CAPITAL :S1DO,000.00
President Cecil ' Brown
Vic President M. P. Riblriio'n
Cashier L. T. Pack
Office: Corner Fort and Klpg 8t.
8AVINQ8 DEPOSITS received and
luteresi ' allowed for yearly , deposits
at the rale of Vi per cent, per
Rule and regulation furrilsbod
B. F. UILLINGli A tf CO
Seneral Agent for HaWall!
Atlaai Assurance 'Company of .London.
NwrYork: Underwriters' Agency.,.
Providence Washington Insurance Co,
4th FLOOR, 8TANaENWlD BLDG.
AGENTS FOR THE
Royal -Insur. Co. of Liverpool, Zng.
Comhiercial Uni6n Assurance Co.,
Ltd., of London, England. ,
Scottish Union & National Ins. Go. of
on ramtrargn, ecouana.
Itu Uopex Ihint lu. Co., ti
Alexander & 8aldwiri
oitTtCISS AND DUtEOltoM.
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.'. 2. .$UW. , . Vice, President
W, M. Alexander.. Second Vice Pre.
I. P. 'Xooko. v.. -,:...'...,. .'..i..'
. . . .Third Vice Fret, and Manager
J. Watethonse .'Treaiujrer
E. E.' Pax ton Secretary
W. ,0.- Smith Direotor
J. K. Gait Director
W. B, Cutle Director
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commercial' & 8ugar Co.
Haiku ijugar Company.
Maui Agricultural Company.
Hawaiian Sugar "Company.
Kahuku Plantation .Company,
Kahului EaCroad Company,
Haleakala Ranch Company.
Cistle & Cooke, Ltd
' Honolulu, T. H.
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION ME1-
CHANTS, SUQAB FACTORS
OENEHAL INSURANCE AQENT8
Ewa Plantation Co.
Waialua Agricultural Co., Iti.
Kohala Sugar Co.
Waimes Sugar Hill Co.
Apohaa Sugar Co., Ltd.
Fulton Iron Works of 8L Tnoii
Blake Steam Pumps
Babcock 4 Wilcox Boilen
Green's Fuel Economiter
Marsh Steam Pomps
Matson Navigation Co.
Planters' Line Shipping Co.
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
SUGAR FACTORS and
fWm. G., LRWIN President
7NO. D. 8PRECKXS...lst V. Fres.
W. M. GIFFARD 2d V. Pre.
H. 'M. . WHITNEY JTreaiurer
D. G. MAY.:.....: Auditor
Oceanic Steamship Co., San Francis-
Baldwin Locomotive Works, Phila
Hakalau Plantation Co., Hilo Buret
Co., Honolulu Plantation Co.,
Hutchinson Sugar Plantation
Co., KOauea Sugar Plantation
Co., Olowalu Company, Paauhau
Sugar Plantation Co., Waima
nalo Sugar Co.
C. Brewer VCo., Ltd.
OUEEN STREET, HONOLULU, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co-, Ookala
8ugr Plant. Co, Onomea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co..
Pepeekeo .Sugar Co., - Tha Planters
Line of 8ati Francisco Packets.
LIST OF OFFICER8:
C. M. Cooke, Praildant; George
Robertson, Vlo Preeldent and Mana
gar; E. F. Blah6p', Treasurer and Sec
retary; F. W. MacfarUne, Auditor; P.
C. Jon, C. M.iCooka and J. R. Gait,
Director. . "'
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Castle & Cooke,
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oow 10 piay
doctor, In real
' knows about
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mother told .
her, and her J
tho one etarnl-
ard congh modlclne for children
'Is entirely free from narcotics or
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coughs, croup, whooping-cough,
' influenza, la grlppo, and all bron
Accept no Bubstituto or cheap
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Put up in largo ami small bottles.
Tnnni tr Dr. 1. C. h k C , ImtV Mm . U.S.A.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OV THE
Klist Judicial Circuit. Territory, of
Ilnwnli. At Chamber. In Piobnto.
In tho Matter o ftho Estnto of
JMnry Kntlo Slnglcliiirst, Deceased.
Notlco to Creditors. Notlco, Is
hereby chen that Letters of Ad
niliilstrntlnn hne been Issued (o
WIMInm tllbion SlnRlchurst ns Ad
mlnlfltinlnr of the Estnto .of ,Mnry
Kntlo SliiRlchurst, Into of' Honolulu,
Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii,
deceased. All crcdltorg of tho said
estate nio hereby notified to present
their claims npalnst tho Eld estate
duly mithctitlcntcd nnd with proper
Mmcliorti, if any exist, even (hough
tho said claims nre secured uy mort
gage ipon real estate, to tho said
William Qibson Slnglchurst nt his
office, care of Messrs. Thco. H. Da
vies & Company, Lmltcd, ICnahuma-
nu sttcct, In said Honolulu, within
six months from tho date hereof
(which Is tho date of the first pub
lication of this notice), otherwiso
Mich 'claims, If any, wilt be forovcr
bnrreil. And nil persons Indebted
to the said estate nro hereby notified
to niiilto immediate payment to the
undersigned ns such administrator'.
Dated at Honolulu, August 4, 1909.
WILLIAM GIBSON SINGLEHURST,
Administrator of tho Es
tate of Mary Katlo
4379 Aug. 4, 11, IS, 25; Sept. 1.
Mr. George P. Dalos has been np-l
pointed ActliiR Hrltlsh Coitfiul dur
ing my alisenco (rum lUmoluItt.
RALl'II O. E, TORSTER,
II. II. M. Consul Oinchitlng.
Ilrlllsli Consulate, Honolulu. Aug
ust If; 1909. 4389-3t
'The kind your grand
Admittedly best for gen
Better now than ever."
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd.
Double and sin
CURIO. CO., Young Building, 'Next
Cable Office. Under Electric Sign,
Dr. J. H. Raymond
PHYSIC AN 'A'ND '1SURGE0N.
Office with Dr. 0. B. Wood, 166 Bere-
Office Hours 10 to'12 a, m., 2 to 4
'p.m., 7:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Telephone Office S4;'Residence 1400
Bulletin Business QiEcfiJPhone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone IBS,
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CHINESE NEED A
MERCHANT DECLARES ,
QUESTION IS ESSENTIAL.
Too ".Much1 -Eiee 'and Not FinOugh
Meat aten by Oeleyiials li
"Opinion Expressed Problem of
"A chango In tho food eaten by my
pcoplo Is absolutely necessary If wo,
nro to rnlso their physical efficiency,"
said tho Intelligent Chinese merchant
whom 1 met on tho steamship Siberia,
writes F, M. Frcedman, in tho Chicago
News. "Wo eat altogether too much
rlco arid altogether too little meat,"
ho went on to say when I asked him
For tho scholar and tho abstract
thinker a light diet, not Interfering
with tho Intellectual processes, may
iir may not bo a requisite. As to Hint
I nni not nron.ired to sneak. Hut rcr-
tnlnly for (ho pli) steal worker It'la a
detriment. Aioway. tha ago for men
tal abstraction lias niissctl ; ' f ir too
niiiny centuries has China lost Itself
In tho inlslB of meditation."
, ''How can, a better illct'bo seemed
unless tho' cnrnlntr capacity of jour
countrymen Is Increased?'' I inqiilred.
I understand that they aro beset with
"My answer to that,' he said, "is
that wo must develop our Indiistilcs,
Wo must Intioduco' factories and open
aenues for employment of In'fitnllng
machinery. Of course, tho resolution
would ,be grnvo hud fraught with
serious fcbnseqiienccs uhlusil If wory
to cumo about gradually, for In'n coun
Iry thnl Is' as donsch- noimtated ns
.China jpu cannot substitute machliie
ior najiu iaour wuniiui displacing
thousands temixirarlly and cauflns
luflnlto suffering for tho time' being).
But thnt clinllgo Is qomlng nbOlit nnd
It may bo fortunate thnt It Is coming
Blow ly. ,
Japan Too Rash.
"Japan swung over to the occidental
baso too quickly uhd I think It Is suf
fering today rom Its rashness. Japan
did lu a decado what it might better
nnd moro wisely hao,cxtended over n
century. Its development hns been
too midde'ii to bo healthy or normal.
China, on tho other hand, Is slow,
rautlous, nnd conservathe. In tho
long run It may bo far better off for
Its caution nnd conservatism. Stllf,"f
sometimes fear that the change Is too
slow-, that wo liac delayed so long In
starting that now- It may all bo too
late." . .
Ho paused, something evidently
passing through his mind that ho pre
ferred to keep to himself; then ho
went on, deliberately, weighing his
words: "I said that China Is densely
IKipulated. That Is so, but China Is
nut overpopuiated. Think" of our,
limitless territory. Wo aro ono-thlrd
of all Asia. You can put Great Bri
tain Inside of us SO times. If tho Unit
ed States, Alaska, and jour Island ac
quisitions wero to bo planted down in
China, they would lcavo mom and to
spare for Itnly, Spain nnd Franco. Hut
vast stretches of this land, comprising
maybe 60 per cent, or tho wfiole, nro
Inhabited by less 'than t,wo per cent,
of nil our people. What wo need Is a
redistribution of our population. Re
lief of congestion In somo parts nnd
development of others will solvo to a
certain degree our awful problem of
Building of Railroads.
"Tho building of railroads," I sug
gested, "would assist that process.
Ho nodded. "It may work out that
way. But the progress of railroads In
China necessarily Is moro or less
slow, For It Is ono of tho tnoradicablo
beliefs of our pcoplo that tho 'steam
dovll,' passing tho floUJs where the
dead aro burled, disturbs tho sleep of
their ancestors. In southern China,
where this belief Is particularly
btiong, wo might novcr lao had- roll
roads ot"all but fur Iho fact tlintso
many of Its denizens had been In
America and elsewhere and thus come
Into contact with European clvlllza
Jl.ou, .learning in this way tho folly
and stupidity of objections to Improve
ments." "With tho education of jour masses
this superstition must disappear," I
"Surely," ho returned. "Our ances
tor worship is bo complicated wjth
superstitions handed "down fiom gen
eration to generations that It Is hard
to tell whero tho ono begins and tho
other loaves off. It Isn't much that
wo roverenco our ancestors as that
wo fear If wo noglect them their
uvcnglng spirits will bring bad luck
to oveiythlng to which tho living 'turn
their hands. Tho fongshul, or"7lragon,
whoso countless minions Infest earth
and air, may pauso If angered all soits
of cosmic disturbances earthquakes,
floods, unseasonable and cropdestroy
lug weather, eclipses und what not.
Evils of Ancestor Worsfilp.
"In all mattois pertaining to build
ing fengbluil plays a most lniortant
part nnd must always bo consulted
through ono of those quack ustipl
ogers, claiming to be In constnnt com
munication with him, that Infest
China. Tho good will of tho fengsluil
must bo gained' before n burial takes
pluco, and tho construction of tils.
giaph lines, railroads and canals ls'
serious thing, slnco tho number of
Secretaries or other author-
lied representatives of clubs
are asked to (end In a list of '
event, scheduled by them, that
they may bo Included In tho '
program. Address all commit-
nlcatlons to tho Sporting Edl-
tor, E v e n I n g B u 1 1 e 1 1 n .
Aug. 21: Knms vs. St. Louis.
Aug. 28: Punnhou vs.
- Aug. 22: J. A. C; vs. U. S. M.
Aug. 22! CA. C. vs. K. A. C.
Aug. 21: H. C. C. vs. Maul.
Aug. 21: Championship
Sept. 6: Medal.
disturbances they rpny visit on tho
earth dragon aro without number.
Tho telegraph poles .between Tientsin
and Peking wero pulled down again
nnd nsnlii. Why? Dccniwt. tho shad
ows (hey cast over tho graves of tho
ancestors wcio fraught with serious
"It Is this mass of superstitions that
stands Mho another great wall agafnst
the cntianco of progicss'in China."
'Just so, nnd qulto nnturally," ho an
swered. 'In Ignornnce of tho physical
lnws that govern natural phenomena,
our pcoplo nro at n loss to account for
their working. They nre logical and
intelligent enough lu their reasoning,
InuMlioy hno not tho fncts whereon
(o reason that nro now tho property
of (ho schoolings of Buropo nnd
America, pducitlon will supply thoso
factB nnd (bus tho hold of fengshut
and kindred iiuporstltlons on tho fu
ture generations of China will bo
"dno 'of tho Important considera
tions for China," I said, "is to mod
ernize Its army and navy."
"No, no," said my companion, giv
ing mo a deprecatory Bmlle. "In my
humble judgment they aro tho last
things which should be 'considered.
For tho present nt least they aro of
tho smallest Importance of -many
things that will havo to bo given at
.tent (on at some time or other.
" "Let us Invent an analogy. Supposo
n man Is weak and emaciated, paying
In III health tho heavy penalty of Im
proper diet, bad sanitation, lax gov
ernment, and a deficient education,
which has failed to tench him how to
securo his physical and mental wel
fare. Now, let us supposo' that this
samo poor fellow hns an enemy who
has been made- strong and powerful
by conditions Just tho opposite to
thoso which I havo mentioned. What
bhould our weakling do? Should ho
attack his opponent in his present
stato of mind and body and probably
get n sound trouncing for his pains?
Or should ho nbldp hla time, mean
whllo developing himself until ho be
come tho equal of his, antagonist, and
hen order him out of tho field?"
"Tho latter, certainly," I replied.
'Well," ho wont on, 'China Is our
weak man. What wo want beforo wo
strlko is tho strength to niako our
striking count. What wo want beforo
thoso Implements of warfare, nn nimy
and navy, Is tho right kind of Institu
tions and tho right kind of pcoplo to
mnko the army and navy worth while.
"Let China dovclop Its resources,
equip Its pcoplo with knowlcdgo nnd
reform Its government. Then its
army and nayy will take caro of tlicm-
solves. At present they aro only a
drag on the nation, which could better
uuuiu iu upi"? in umur nircciionB mo
money and energies necessary fur
HAD TO DIG UP.
Hco Kau Keo has pioved another
opamjile of a foreigner who dislikes
complying with Unclo Snm'B way of
doing business. Keo wanted to
start u merchandise store and refus
ed to pay the license required by a us
Rose of the usual $25. The latter
Insisted, however, and ns a result
Keo had to appear .before Judgo An
ilrndo jestoulay lu tho polku court.
Keo paid his fco all right, nnd final
disposition of him or lerrnitlun of
tho law has been icaerved until to
day ARUNDEL WILL 8PEAK.
At tho midweek sorWco nt Central
Union church tonight Mr. John Arun
del will speak on tho work of tho
Nauru mlBPlon Jn tho Pleasant Islands.
Mr. Arundel has visited tho Islands
frequently and Is personally acquaint
ed with Mr. and Mrs. Do la Porto, Uio
missionaries of Central Union Church
to thoso Islands, .
Tho monibors of (ho church count it
a real privilege to hear about tho mla
slon from ono who Is so well ac
nualntcd with It as Mr. Arundel, nnd
Ihoy wish to linltp nl others who
would And any Inteiest lit this report.
Tonight nt 7:30 Jjj tho Parish Hou'bo.
1S5 editorial roome 250 bual
neee office. -TheseNife the telephone
number of the Bulletin office.
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