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wvwmNct nm.i.rrm ,noNot.tn.n. t. it., Friday, auoust 20, 1909.
Oceanic Steamship Compaq
TIME TABLE 8.8. ; ALAMEDA !
Th tamr of this Una will arrive "and Imvi thli port hereunder:
leave S. F.
Connect, at Honolulu for Sydney, with Canadian-Australian line,
Rates from Honolulu to San' 1'raj.cuco First dan $0d Bound Trip
$110; Family Rooms extra. "
Win. G Irwin & Co., Lie
OCEANIC 8. S. CO. GENERAL AGENTS.
' ' -J- L-i " ' lW
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP Co. & I0Y0 RISEN KaISHA
Steamers of tha above companies will il Honolulu arid Lav thl. port
on or about tha dates bejovv mentioned:
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA:
NIPPON .MAUU Al'O. 24
SIBERIA AUG. 30
FOn GENERAL IrlFO
Ho Hackfcld & G(y Ltd., -
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COJIPABT.
Weekly Balling via Tehauntepoc.
FROM NEW YORK TO HONOLULU,
rrclght received at nil times ut the Company's Wliurf, 4 lit Street, South
fUOM SAN FRANCISCO TO HONO
LULU. ri.i:iAi)i:s sept. io
Freight receives nt Company's
wharf, Qreocwlch Street,
fUOM HONOLULU TO BAN FRAN-
PLEIADES, TO SAIL .. .AIT, 21
i anatllsm-Autotrallan Royal Mail
Steamers of the above line, running In connection with tha 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'Brls
bant, ara DUE AT HONOLULU on or abo-it the dates below stated, vli.:
FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA:
MAKURA SEPT. 17
Will call at Fanning Island.
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, Unltsd States and
Europe. For Freight and Passage and all general Information, apply to
Tfaeo. H. Davlcs & Co., i td Scleral At6iU
Matson Navigation Company
Schedule S. S IHLONIAN, In
-Jaco and Honolulu:
SEPTEMBER 29, loos' OCTOBER C, 190&
OCTOBER 27, 1909 'NOVEMBER 2, 1909,
NOVEMDER 24, 1909 NOVEMIlEIt 30, 1909
DECEMBER 22, 11)09 DECEMBER 28, 1909
S. S. Lurline of this line sails for San Francisco direct August
17th, 1009. ' "' ' '
CASTLE & COOKE, LTD., AGENTS.
HUSTACE - PECK CO., L0
63 QUEEN STREET
General Contractors '
Estimate. Riven on all kinds of Draying, Teaming,. Road Building,
Firewood, Coal, Waianae Sand For Sale
Transfer Co., Ltd.
Furciture and Piano Moving.
HlPPmO AND,' COMMISSION MERCHANT.
Agent for ARTHUH SEWAIX & CO., Bath. Mains;
PAimOTT & CO., tan Francisco
nd cloth of A-l quality can be pur
' chased from
t, 0, Box 061. .Telephone 131
Arrive S. P.
OCT. ( 5
FOR SAN FRANCCO:
(JI-IVO MAUU AUO.
RMATION APPLY TO
FROM 8EATTLE AND TACOHA TO
MISSOUUIAN T..SEPT. 2
COLUMBIAN SEPT. 16
fur turrner Infuiwutluu apply to
II. HACKFELD ft. CO.,LTD
Qeneral Freight Aaent.
the direct service between Ban Fran-
The Best Whiskey on the Maiket
THOS. F. McTIOHE & CO., AQENTS.
PHONE-140. T Tt fifaj fill
Commercial and Trav
elers' Letters xf Credit
issued on 'the Bank of
'California and The Lon-'
don Joint Stock Bank,
Correspondents, for the
American Express Com
pany an'd Thos. Cook &
Interest allowed .on
term and uSavings Bank
Wm. G. Irwin.
v'aus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, : : I T. H.
Ban Francisco Agents Tha Ne
adr National Rank ot San Frnnclico
Draw Exchange on Ibe Nutada Na
Uonul Hnnk of Hau FranclBCO.
London The Union of London and
Smith's Dank. Ltd.
.New Ycr't American Exchange
" Chicago Corn Exchange National
" Parle Credit Lynnnais.
Hongkong and Yokshama Hong
kong-Shungbai Banking Correlation.
New Zealand and .Australia Bank
of New Zealand and Bank of Austra
lasia 'Victoria and Vancouvsr Bank ol
British North America.
Doposlts Tocchcd. Loans made on
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Iswd. Bills of
Exchange bought and, sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
The Yokohama Specie
Capital (Paid up) . .Yen 24,000,000
Reserve, Fund Yen 19,940,000
. HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
' The' bank buy. and receives for col
lection bills of exchange, issue
Drafts and Lettert of "Credit, , and
transacts a general banking business.
The Bank receives Local Deposits
and Head Office Deposit for fixed pe
riods. Local Deposits $25 and upwards
(or on year at rate of 4 per '4n
num. Head 'Office Deposit, .Yen 25 and
Htittt-Ja Aiaa.illaratis ttmtm' akU
two' years, or-three years at rate. of
oa pep annum.
-Particular to be obtained on ap
plication, .Honolulu Office 67,S.:King Street
.P. 0. Box .168. "
'T.he ;FiPvt ",
AND' T:RU8T ,G0. ,
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL.. I2WJDQ0JM
PAID 'UP CAPITAL:'. .'i . .110000,00
Prtsldsnt . . . . Cecil' Brown
Vlca President M. P. Robinson
Cashlsr.1. U T.I Pack
Office; Corner 'For'tiaqd King Sta.
SAVINGS DEPOSITS received- and
Interest ' iillowe'd for 'yearly' dnpostta
at' the 'rate ' of "4H 'per' cent.' pen
annum. ' '
Rules and regulations' furnished
upon' application. '"' I
f IRE -INSURANCE :
I It i I I Mil" II
ill.l. BILLING ti A fl CO
dsneral Agent for Hawaii:
Atlaa Assurance Company of Lsndoii.
New York Underwriters', Agency. '
Providence Waihlndton Insurance Co.
4th .FLOOR, ST,ANGENVVALp,BLDQ.
WM. G.IRWiN& 0O.,liTp,
-AOBNTS FOR TUB
Royal Insur, Co. of Liverpool, jEng.
Commercial Union Assurance! Co.,
Sccttith'Ufljon &,National Ins. Co. of
The Uppej'luiin Ins, Co., Ltl,
Ueiander ft tial(lwii
H. P. Baldwin President
J. 1. ,PMtle ....:... .Tic President
w. . Alexander., second vice rat.
x. p. Cooke ;;...'....
. ..,Third;-Yioe-PrM. and Manager
J. Wa.terhoaie Treunrer
E. E. Paxton 'Secretary
W. 0. Slith t. Director
J. JL Gait Director
WSp rCasUj Director
COMMISSION MERCHANTS ml
. , IHSUhANOE A6ENTS
Aeents for -
Hawaiian .Commercial & 8ufsr Co.
Maui Agricultural Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company,
Kabuku Plantation Company,
Kabului Railroad Company.
Haleakala Ranch Company. '
Cistle & Cooke. Ltd
Honolulu, T. H.
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MO.
.CHANTS, SUGAR FACTORS
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT!
representing ' '
Ewa Plantation Co.
Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Kohala, Sugar Co.
Waimea Sugar Mill Co.
Apohaa Bugar'Co., Ltd.
Fnltcn Iron Works ot St. Ttnii
Blake Steam Pumps
Weston'a , Ctnhif ugals
Babooek A Wilcox Boilen
Green's Fuel , Economizer
Marsh Steam Pump.
Matson Navigation Co.
Planters' , Line Shipping Co.
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
SUGAR FACTORS and
Wm. Or IRWIN Preiideat
JNO. D. SPRECKELS. . .1st V. Pre..
W.'M. OIFPARD 2d V.IPre.
H. H. WHITNEY Treasurer
RICHARD IVER8 Secretary
D. G.iMAY.h.;.... .'Auditor
Agent for N
Oceanic Steamship Co., San Franbts-
Vco,iCaL- ' I
Baldwin Locomotive Works, fhila-
' delphia; Pa.
Hakala'n,PlanUtlon Co., Hilo Sugat
Co., ''Honoldu Plantation' Co.,
' 'Hutchinson Sngar Plantation
Ca., 'KlUuea ' Sugar Plantation
Co1.;- Olowalu Company, Paauhan
SaRai" Plantation' Co., Waima
C. Brewer rS Co., Ltd.
OUEEN STREET, HONOLULU, T. H.
r , , ,
' Hawaiian r Agricultural Co, Ookala
Sugar Plant; Co., Onomea 8'igar Co,
Honomuiugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co..
Pepeekeo .Sugar Co., Tha 'planters
Lin otSan FranelKo, Packets.
LIST OF OFFICERS'. '
C. M. Cook, President; George
Robertson, Vic President and Mana
ger; E.' P. Bishop, Treasurer and 6dc:
retsry; F. W. Maefarisn, Auditor; P,
C. Jones, 0. M. Cook and J, R, Gait,
I not a j Luxury; It la a .Necessity.
But you Must have the 'BEST
and that la proyldad by, tho famous
and moat equitable Law or Massa
chusetts. In Mi '- ,
New Man -jlfotHal
Life Iosuraoce Xo.,
If you Would' b"fully 'Informed about
' these lews, 'address '3 "
Castle e5r Cooke,
GENERAL? AQENTS, "
v iHONOLULU. T. H
Pau Ka Hana
'THE ENEMY TO'DIRT.
" 'At .Yonr' Grocer's.
Will do it
Wing,"JVo,Tai 8t Co.
BULLETIN AD8 PAY
P1L1H1A FOR DEAR
His Honor Refuses to Show His
Hand on Automobile Ordinance
Until Board "Comes Through"
With His Bubble Wagon.
In my merry Oldsmoullc
Sine tho nboo In tin- otlko of 111-,-
inner tlio Mnjor of llonolulii ami seo
what hnppcns to )ou. Take wnrnliiK
nf The Tiling that w.imlerOil In thcro
somu tlmo nKo nil I otnrtvd in to talk
of Urea, carburetor!, Bjiecil llmlti, etc.
Its 1'iilc ts still (o eoino but the hiis
penso In tin till, Kt-liltnliclv
Tliu Thing Is tho nutomobllo ordi
nance. Supervisor Jim Qulnn got ilowii on
LIb hnnil.i and kucus mid imked It
under the door nnd then ran like In
(ilsrrgard of tho apcoiMlmlta, Mnor
Fern went rlnlit utrnlnlit up In tho
tilr iiml throw an Inksliiiin at It.
Attnchcd to it was n polite llttlo
licitltntlnK. inodcxt note, reading
"PlonBC Sign. Board of 8upcrvlsorH.'
lilizoncr went out mid hoiiRht four
con chains, tlirco" dog collars and a
niiinlo and took ctrc of the ordinance
with paternal loe.
Then Illzzonvr, Mnjcif Fern, snt and
pondered deeply, pondered MiuhwIso:
"I will not sign tho ordinance." Jim
Qulnn. listening nt the key holo, Blind'
dure) "I will not kIkh thu orillnnncc
until tho Board of Hiipenlsom gets mo
nn niitomohllo" '(.llm Qulnn, llsteirlilg
nt tho kej-holo kiihpk mill lHikos Dnn
ny Ixigan In tho hronk basket) "I will
not sign the ordinance until they get
mu nn nutomobllo worth $4000," (Jim
Qulnn. listening nt the kejliole, fMnts
nml Danny Iigan carilcj hlni 'out
while A)lctt tn'es'up IjIh ont nt tho
key-holo.) (ThoijMnjiirJs olcu rlsfs
to n wild tthrlek.f "1 will' not sfgn
(he ordinance until tlicy" get mo nn
nutoinolillo nn hlg us Jim Qitlnti's
BLUE PALACE FREIfJHT CAjt,"
Supervisors shriek ami flee.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit. Territory of 'Hawaii.
At Chumbcrs. In I'rohatc. In tho
I Matter of the Estuto of Ilohcrt Nel-
kon, Dccenred. A, document pur
jiorting to ha tho ,I.ant Will nnd
Testament of Unhcrt Nelson, de
ceased, having on' tho 'Cth day of
August, A. D. 1909, been-presented
to hftlit Prohato Court? nnd n Peti
tion" for Prohato thereof, praying for
the Isituanco of Letters Testament
ary to C. II. Dickey hhvlng been (Hod
hy C. II. Dlckoy. It "Is ordered that
Tuesday, the 7tli day of September,
A. D. 1003, at 10 o'clock a. m of
i-ald dny, at tho court room of suld
Court In tho Judiciary Building In
the City nnd County of Honolulu, he
nnd tho enmo Is hdrcby appointed
tlio time and plnco for proving sold
will and hearing said application.
DnteiMlonolulu, August 0, 1909.
By tho Court:
Clerk' First' Circuit Court.
4381r-Aug, 0, 13, 201.27.
NOTICE T01 CONTRACTORS.
Sealed tenders will bo received nt
my oulro In Honolulu un to noon
'August 28th, 1909,'fo'r the construc
tion ot a Fish Market Building at
Walluku.. Maul. 'Plans to be had at
m'y office nnd of J. 'pM. Vivas, Wal
luku:, Tho' right to reject nny or nil
bids Is lesencd.
It. L. KERR,
1392-td ' Architect, Honolulu.
. .McTJandlcss Building.
S ite specimens.
Double and sin
gle breasted. "
Young Building, Next
Under Electric Sign,
Dr. T. H. Ravmond
LrJ tr. ..... .i V
xaxoiuiAM akjj ounur.u.
Office with Dr, C. B. Wood, 168 Bere-
pffioe(Houn-r40 t6,12 a. m:, Z to 4
i p. m., 7:30 to J3 :30 p.m.
Telephone Office 24; Residence 1460
nvwrnvfi iv iiti n am iaMw
203 Judd,Buildinir. ,Phone 655.
Agents Frederick Post & Co.
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO., LTD.
:Hotel Street. .0pp. Unioij.
Bulletin Businest Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 180,
Entered for Record Aug. 18, 1909,
from 10:30 a. rri. to 4:30 p. m.
Peter Punlhplo to Ploiieer Mill Co.
Ltd .'. L
p Kalua Knmwaltnall to Pioneer
Mill Co'Ltd 1 ,'
BIshopTrust Co Ltd Tr to Lo Gln.Rol,
V.lD. Maheldna to Agnes Kapolf ...D
Samuel Parker lo Helen U. Wldo-
mann ct atl BS
Kohala Ranch Co Ltd tofUnlon Mill
Tono Liislng lo,K..ow Chin Char ...1)
John C Brown to Henry Knmanat.Rcl
Entered for Record jAug. 19, 1S09,
from 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
First Bank of Hllo Ltd to Hawaii
Herald Pub Co Ltd ,.Rcl
Knhcmahcmn Ilulllinna and hsb lo
Sam K Kollu D
Snm K Kolla to Hullhnna D
Libert II Bocynncms to Krancls
Council No". 673, Young M en's In. .1,
Miller SnlvngJ Co Ltd to von Ilnnini-
Young Co Ltd it.."?.. CM
William Hcnulng nnd wf to Lnhalna
Agrctl Co Ltd u..iA D
Recorded1 August 'iVijfcM.
Lllluokalanl to &.L Shaw;. Corrctn
I); pe land, Wnlnlno'iBeach -J)r,i Hono
lulu: $1. B 320, p 307. Dated Aug. 7,
Knpuntal Knlllkolo and wf to Jennie
K Keahialu: Dj It. P. 2579, Kill 147,
mid Int In Kul 14R5, Wntklkl, llimolii;
luulio, etc. Il 31C, p441. Dated. July
Edith Blnckpian by Atty to W. It.
Harb'ottlo Tr;' A 1; Mtg. C. F. Ptter
sou bn leasehold, I.llllm St, llonolulii;
II., Dated July 28, 1909. B 322, p 118.
W. H.llnrbottle Tr to C. F. Peter'
son; Rrl'; leaseliold, l.lllha St, Hono
lulu; $J5U.' Dutcd Aug. 10, 190'J, 1
322, p IIS.
C. P. Peterson to L. L.McCnndlcss;
fllir L: por R P-7014, Kill 1127, Pull.
nul, Honolulu. Dated Aug. 10, '1909,
B 320, p 309.
Mutual Bldg, & Loan Socy ot Ha'
wall Ltd. to Edvart Olscn; Rcl; porn
Kills 1285 & 2072 near Dowsutt Lane,
llonolulii; SSUV. Dated Aug. 10, 1909.
1)322, p 119.
William R. Castlo Tr to John Mana;
Rel; 1 A land, hhlg, &c, Pnuoa, Hono
lulu: S1350. Dated Aug. 9. 1909. 1)
222, p 120.
Joseph Kcnhlllhnii & wf to Jeanne
B. King; M; lit 09, L P (Or) 5187i
Olaa Homesteads, Puna, Huwnll; $150.
Dated Aug. fi. 1909. B 322, p 110.
II. L. HolHtcIn & wf to Kalelliopit
Kamalanl; D; Int In R P 7449. Kul
8731, Hlkapoloa, Kohala. Hawaii: $75.
Dated Aug. 9, 1909. B 315, p 448.
N. Otsuka, sub manager of tho Yoko
hama Sjieclo Bank, has resigned Ills
position to return to Japan on the
Nippon Mnru, leaving hero noxt Mon
day, After visiting with his family In
Toklo, ho will leave, again for South
America, where ho will enter Into bus
iness. Mr. Otsuka has been succeeded In
tho oftlcc hero by T. Kanl, who arrived
recently from Japan. Mr. Otsuka U
well liked hy his many friends whom
ha made hero.
SHARKS GET MEN.
Despatches from Wnlnkca, Hllo,
stato that tho body of a Hawaiian fish
erman, Kalllanu, was washed nshoro
at Puna seornl days ago, horribly
mutilated by sharks. With a compan
ion, Nakahlnahn disappeared after a
storm and thp4fiilluro to find tho body
of tho'othdr'mnn Indicates that ho has
been entirely., devoured by,
Three or four time a vear the
lace curtains must go to the wash
Laundering lace curtains is a bug
bear to the housewife.
It is an operation demanding un
usual care particularly the stretch
ing and drying.
Old-fashioned methods take a
great deal of time, is wearisome to
tu. .,. ...i i !.
II r iME'll'I
mo cauciuc, grcnuy inconvcnijio-1 inr nis illuminating address L
ne the whole family when the.room.Tenney Peck took occasion Io'lohiI
is used for this purpose
Get a-"No-Piece" Curtain Stretch
J HOPP & CO.,
King Street, .Near Alakea.
SAYS DE YOUNG
Proprietor of San Francisco Chroni
cle Tells Chamber of commerce
How to Make a Good Road nnd.
Get Better Population.
Increase the white population by
tho encouragement of diversified In-
dustrlcs; dlvldo the land so It will
como within tho rench of tho mnn,
of small means, were twoot tho
suggestions .that wcro cmphnsUcd
beforo the Chamber of Commerce,'
yesterday afternoon by II. M. Do
Young, proprietor of the Snn(Frnn
clsco Chronicle, In the course ot his
Interesting address, based on tho re
sults of his Impressions of Hawaiian
problems on his first visit to tho
"Your pineapples bid fair to do
for Hawaii what the orango has dono
for southern California," said Mr.
Do Young. "Seventy million cans or
pineapples you are shipping In tho
course of a year.
"At nrst sight thnt looks llko nn
enormous quantity of fruit to dis
pose of. 'But'jusf wait nnd think
of the great market that Is open be
fore you and ou will see that tho
output can bo greatly Incrensod nnil
still find a ready market. This out
put ot 70,000,000 cans Is very smalt
compared with the possible market
among. 85,000,000 people.
"But there Is just ono noto of
wnrnlng thnt I wnnt to sound( now.
Don't put up tho prlco of l our
pineapples. Don't Increase tho cost
of jour product so as to placo It bc
jond the reach of the man of smalt
means. The hujcr thnt jou want Ik
the man of moderate Income, tho
cleric, "tho mechanic. Pay no nt
(ohtlon, to the mnn of Inrgo menus;
he need not bo taken Into consldcr
ntlon. "Sell jour pineapples nt a prlco nt
which tho greatest mass of pcnpln
can buy them, and your market will
not only continue, but it will In
crease, But onco ou put tho prlco
bo high thnt tho fruit passes out ot
tho reach of tho general bucr tho
death knell' ot tho industry Is sound
cd.'1 In this connection Mr. De Young;
referred lo the lesson that wntt
learned by the saln'iou packers oC
California who, on tho basis ot a
rising demand for their goods. In
creased the prlco to a point whero
there was nn Immediate cessation In
the demand. Tho packoiit found
themselves with largo quantities ot
tho flsh on hand, and nro Just recov
ering from tho effects ot tha mla
takc. Divide the Land.
Referring to tho question of land
and population, Mr. Do Young sald:v
"If jou wnnt to Incrcnso jour whllo (
population rct nslde so much land on
every island. When tho lnnd has
been set nslde, advertise It for sale.
Let tho man that jou wnnt to bring
here Know that tho land can bo
bought; let him know tho prlco nnd
tlio terms. Ho will wnnt to know
how much ho will hnvo to pay down
and what nrrangements ran bo
undo for tho payment of tho bnl-
mice ot tho purchase price.
"When all this has been settled
pitch In nnd help to sell that land.
Don't let Jealousy stand In the way.
Give the other fellow a hnnd nt
selling his land. What jou wnnt is
the Settler, and ono great common
effort will bring him.
"You have rccentlj' had n Jnpnn
cso strike. Thnt strike has taught
ono great lesson It has taught jou
that yo uliave' too great n popnlatlo'i
of one nationality, a nationally that
Is suffering at the present time from
n bad case of swelled head. Don't
bring any moro here. If jou need
laborers bring In other nationali
ties." A Good Road.
Referring to the need ot good
ronds nnd the good results (lint fol
low, Mr.' Do Young gnvo a prescrip
tion for n good road ot tho best
class, the fruit of, his experience ps
tho president ot tho Automobile.
Club of California.
'Wo sprend a Inycr of concrete
four Inches thick over tho road, nnd
all tho conercto wo rcinforco with
steel wlro mesh. Thus wo Jmvo n
reinforced conercto road built nftcr
tho plan of reinforced conercto
buildings. This road will withstand
n pressure of 000 pounds to tho
square Inch. On top of tho con
crete wo lay n cover of oil, nnd over
that put gravel nnd sand. Tho ro
sult Is a road that lusts and' iIock
not grow bumpy,
"Now, whntfls tho cost of build
ing such a road, jou will nsk, Not u
cent moro (linn the cost of building
a mncndnmUcd ro.ul eight indies in
Whon ho thanked Mr,
. . . ..; .
piiment superlsor Qulnn, stating
lh.it Oaliu was getting (he best toads
under Qiiliin's ,ilieetlon thuLjtho Is
land has ocr hail, nnd that tho su
penlsor would nntmnlly ho gientfy
Inlciested In the tjpe of road rec
ommended, by Mr. De Young.
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