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GVENtNU nULLETIN. HONOLCM), T. It., MPNDAY, AUGUST 23, 1409
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Oceanic Steamship Company
TIME TA&LE $.8, ALAMEDA
Tht tamars of this line will arrive and leave thla port Jtaraandtr:
, , r &
Leave S. F. Arrive Hon. Leave Hob. Arrive S. F.,
AUO. 28 SEPT. 3 AUO. 18 AUG. 24
SKPT. 18 SEPT. 24 SEPT. 8 SEPT. 14
OCT. 9 OCT. 15 SEBT. 29 OCT. 5
OCT. 20 OCT. 26
'Connect 3 at Honolulu for Svdncy, with Canadian-Australian line
Kates from Honolulu to San
11 10 ; tamily liooms extra.
!7m- G. Irwin & Co., Ltc
OCEANIC S. S. CO. GENERAL AQENT8.
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PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP
Steamers of the abuve companies will at Honolulu and laava thla bor
on or about the dates below mentioned:
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA:
NIPPON MARU AUO. 21
BtllRlttA AUO. 30 j
, .SlU'l' 21
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
. Hackfeld &
Weekly Sailing via Tchauntepoc.
TROM NEW YOHK TO HONOLULU,
freight received at all times ut the C'ompauy'i Wharf. 4 1st Street, South
CROM SAN FRANCISCO TO IIOKO-1
ri.i:iADi:s t...sKiT. 10
Freight received at Company
wharf, Greenwich Street.
FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRAN
CISCO. PLKIADHS, TO SAIL .-... .AUG. 21
Cansdian-AucrrdR Royal! Mai)
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, B. C, Honolulu and 8uva, FIJI, and Bris
bane, are DUE AT HONOLULU on or abo-it the dates below statsd, viz.:
FOR FIJI ANO AUSTRALIA:
MARAMA AUO. 20'
MAKURA SUIT. 17
Will call nt Fanning Island.
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United 8tatea and
Europe. For Freight and Passage and all general Information, apply to
?hw iavies k lo.. I U Oenoral Agenti
mI - a
son Navigation Company
Schedule S. S I1II.ONIAN, In tho direct service between San Fran
"Isco and Honolulu: '
S. S. Lurline of this line sails for San Francisco direct August
CASTLE & COOKE, LTD., AGENTS,
i" immrrm "!- .... -. -a fcaajRggfn
HUSTACE - PECK CO., LTD
C3 QUEEN STREET PHONE 295
Estimates Riven on all kinds of Draying, Teaming, Boad. Building,
Firewood, Coal, Waianae Sand For Sale.
Transfer Co., Ltd.
Furniture and Piano Moving.
SHIPPING t AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINI.
Agent for ARTHUR 6EWAIX & CO., Bath. Main: .
FARR0TT & CO.,' larj Francisco
end cloth of A-l quality can be pur
P. 0. Bur 001. 'Telephone 831.
Uranctsco Fim class S65; Bound Trip
Co. & TOY!) K1SEN KAlSBA
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
MAVriUllUA ...." AUO. 21
0111 YO MARU AUO. 28
ASIA BKPT. 7
MONGOLIA . . .
FROM SEATTLE AND TACOKA TO
MISSOU1UAN SEPT. 2
COLUMIIIAN SBPT. 16
itir lurtber information apply I
H. HACKFELD ftCO.,LTD.,
C. P. MOR8&
General Freight Aneot.
The Best 'Whiskey on the Market.
-THO. F. McTIGirE & 00.. AGENTS.
lOMOfl KINO ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. 20Z 755.
JMTiBLisiaib dTism. " J
i Commcrclilarid Trav
elers' Letters of Credit I
issued' on the tsanic ot
California afid The-L'on
don lolnt, Stdckr'Bank,
" 'Correspondents lor ;the
'American Express Com
pany and Thos.1 Cook &.
Son. f", v -
Interest allowed on
term and Savings Bank
Deposits. .- ,
Wm. O. Irwin-
JSaus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, : : t T. H.
San Francisco Agents The Ne
ada National Dank of San Prnnclico.
Draw Exchange on tbe Nevada Na
Uonal Dank ot San Francisco.
London Tbe Union of London and
Smith's UnnV. Ltd.
New Ycr'i American Exchange
Chicago Corn Eichanga National
Paris Credit Lypnnals.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong
kong-SbuiKbal Banklug Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Dank
of New Zealand and Hank oftAustra-
Victoria and Vancouver Bank ol
British North America,
Deposits received. Loan made on
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills ol
Exchange bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted ForJ
The Yokohama Specie
Capital (Paid up) ..Yea 34,000,000
Reserve Fund Yen 15.940,000
HEAD OFFICE, -YOKOHAMA.
The bank buys and receim for col
lection bills of exchange, issue
Drafts and Letters of Credit, and
transacts a general banking business.
The Bank receives Local Denosits
and (Head Office Deposits for fixed pe
Local Deposits $25 and upwards
for one year at rajte of 4 per an
num. Head Office Deposits, Yen 25 and
upwards for one-naif yar, one year,
two yean, or three years at rate of
5Vi per annum.
Particulars to be obtained on ap
plication. Honolulu Office 67 S. King Street.
P. 0. Box 168.
The first ,
AND -TRUST GO.:
OF HAWAII, LTD.
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL. .$800,000.00
PAID UP CAPITAL $100,000.00
President Cecil Brown
Vice President M. P. Robinson
Cashier.. L. T. Peek
Office.: Corner Fort and King Sts.
8AVINQ8 DEPOSITS received and
Interest allowed for yearly deposits
at , the rale at ii per cent per
; Rules and regulation! furnished
Qansral Agent for Hawaii:
Atlae Aaauranec Company of London.
New York Underwriters' Agency.
Frovldence Washington 'Insurance Co.
4th FLOOR, 8TANOENWALD BLDQ.
WM. C. IRWiNJ C0..LTC,
AGENTS FOR THE)
Royal Insnr. Co. of Liverpool, Eng.
Commercial Union Assurance Co.,
Ltd., of London,' England...
Scottish Union & National Ins. Co. of
' Edinburgh, Scotland, i
IJu nopr SJaiaa Is C, LU
ilexaader & Baldwin
OFFICERS AND DIRECTOM.
H. P, Baldwin President
r. B. Cattle Yioc President
.W;at Akxander. .Second Vice Pre.
I.'.'P.ooke i t
V :t. .9tkd Vice Pre, and Manager
A .Watefooase Treasurer
E. E. PkJrtort SecteUrj
W. 0.';,ftnith .' Director
i X. 'Halt .' Direetot
W. 2. Da tie...... Directed
1 k Vi l .
p ukiAH Finrnw. f
C0MK1UIM M&lRGHAMIS and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company,
Paia Plantation. ,
Maui Agricultural Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company,
Kahuku, Plantation Company.
Kahului Railroad Company,
Haleakala, Ranch Coapanj. ,
Honolua Kancn. ' .
Citle. & Cooke Ltd
Honolulu. T. H. f
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION ME1-
, CHANTS, SUGAR FACTORS
V '- 'and'
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS
Ewa Plantation Co. 3
Waialna Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Kohala Sugar Co.
Waimea Sugar Mill Co.
Apohaa Sugar Co., Ltd.
Fulton Iron Works of Si Touif
Blake Steam Pumps
Babcoek A Wilcox Boiletv
Green's Fuel Economist!
Marsh Steam Pump
Matson Navigation Co.
Planters' Line Shipping Co.
Wm. G. Irwin & Go.
SUGAR FACTORS and
Wm. G. IRWIN, i President
JNO. D. SPRECKELS... 1st V. Pre.
W. M. GfFFARD! 2d V. Pre.
H. M. WHITNEY Treasurer
RICHARD .TYERS Secretary
D. G. MAY Auditor
Oceanic Steamship Co., San Francis
Baldwin Locomotive Works, Phils-
. "PT?r ... I
uaKaiau Plantation uo .uo ougfit
Co., Honohiu Plantation Co.,
Hotchinsin Sugar Plantation
Co., Kilauea 8ugar J?lntation
Co., QowaIu Company, Paauhau
Sugar Plantation Co., Waiuia
naio Sugar Co.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
OUEEN 8TREET, HONOLULU, T. H.
AGENTB FOR: i
Hawaiian Agricultural Co, Ookala
8ugar Plant. Co., Onomea Sugar Co ,
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku,8ugar Co
Pspsskso' Sugsr Co., The' Plantsrs
Line ot San Francisco Packet.
LI8T OF OFFICER8:
C. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson. Vice' President and Mana-'
gerj E, F, Bishop, Treasurer and Sec
retary; F.-W. Macfarlane, Auditor; P.
C. Jonas, C. M. Cook and J., R. Oalt,
I not Luxury; It Is a' Necsstlty.
Bi.t you Must have", the BEST
and thatrls provided 'by th famous
and most equitable Law or Massa
chusetts, In th . ,
New England Mutual
Life Insurance 'Co..'1
OF BOSTON, MA88ACHU8ETTS.
If you would be'fully'lrirorrrUd'about
these laws, address
Castle & Cooke,
GENERAL AGENTS, ' i
Pail Ka Hana
THE ENEMY TO DIET.
At "Your Grocer's.'
' Will do it
9 NUUNU ST , ,
.BULLETIN ADS PAY '
' Legal Notices;
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB
First Circuit. Territory of Hawaii.
At Chambers. In Probate. In the
Matter of tho Estate of Rosa Clara
Stla, Deceased. A document pur
porting to do the Last Will and Tes
tament ot Rosa Clara Slhn, deceas
ed, having on the IStli day of Aug
ust, A, D. 190, been presented to
said Probate Court, and u PctUm
for Probate thereof, praying fan tho
Issiiant-o of Letters Testamentary X
Lulz Rapozo Mederlos haying bc(in
In ordered tlinl..fyI(Blayvtliq; iSQUi
day of ScplcnibgfA. I), ,19,0a, at 0
o'clock ii. in, of said duy, nt!,(lm oourt
room of said lrourtntl)lli)noiiilui'On-i
liu, Territory fot, HayyialW, )cf,niullio,
snino la lioioby, iipH!lul?d,,t)ui Ume'
and plncu for pniyJilBl Htil.l y apil
liearliig H.ild nppllcAtlonj Uatol ,at
Honolulu, August '13, 1909.
I1Y Till;, WHRT.f t
M. T. 8IMONTON.
Cli-rk. ot tho Circuit Court
of tlio First Circuit;
4.T9 Aug. IC, 23, 30; Sept. C.
NOTICE, TO CONTRACTORS.
Scaled tenders will lie received at
my olllco In Honolulu up to noon
August i; Sill, 1909, for tho const ruc
tion of n Fish Miukct Untitling, vt
Wiillukti, Maul. Plans to ho luul at'
my olllcn mid of J, M. Vivas, Wnl
lilku. Tho right to reject any or nil
bids la rvKcrved,
11. Ii. Kllllll,
4392-td Aichlti'Ct, Honolulu.
Three or four tiines a year 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 carc-r-partiaularly' the1 stitch
ing, and, drying, t ,t ', ,..!
Old.fashio&ed .. methods take a
great deal, ot, time, is' wearisome to
the) extreme,' greatly) inconvenienc
ing the whole family when the room
is used for this purpose.
Get a "No-Piece" Curtain Stretch
. J. H0PJT& CO.,
King (StreeC Near Alakea.
ARLEIGH & CO., AGENTS.
Double and sin
CURIO :C07, Young Building, Next
Cable Office. Under Electric Sign,
Dry Cleaning and
THE FRENOH LAUNDRY.
Dr. J. H. Raymond
rtlXiUUlAfl AUUi BUHUU.N., I
Offlce-witli Dr.'C.JB.' jyood, 160,3ir-
Office Hours 10 to 12 a.,m., 2to4
p. m 7:30 to 8:30 n. ra.
Telephone Office 24; Residence 1160
David A. Dowsett,
INSURANCE. REAL ESTATE,
203 Judd Building, Phone 655.
THE BEER AT THE
Orpheum Saloon, .
llSALWAYS Ol K.
NEW SUMMER MILLINERY
MISS POWERS' MILLINERY
.Boston Building, rFort St.'
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DEPARTING ELEVEN EASX.JflCTORS.RY AN INNINGS AND FOUR
cr'TO W75TJrtt . s
On Saturday htlcrnrion ttt't'tio - 'Mii -
Id grouii.lH, the selected team ot
cricketers who nio 'to mako flic
Maul trip, easily defeated thc"Rct"
by an Innings and four runs.
Tho Maul bunch battled with ten
men, anil tho "Rest" could only
muster nine. However, the result
would have been prohnhly tho same
iiuyhmv, ns, with tho exception of' J
Beevr, M.irleati" and 1. L. Wlthlng
ton. the rest of thd "Rent" dl.l not
scoring to speak of. 'iJY
For the Maul team Lollirop
Wlrlilngton iiin.16 3S, which was
more than half the total Including
byes put up by his side.
The rest of tho hunch who nroUo'
to lo Maul only totaled 2G tuns,
which rortnluiy' lineil not 'look too
go.iit. vfgtlll, lliib ATnlcrf!on",waa got
'rid of v ry. cheirply, bnllig.cHuehfr by
Capt. Kelly off Maclenn, fin- tl.u
Eiimll nniount of R. , ,. ,
l For tht "Rwf'iNoel Dooir m-nle
a tptnl of.2 t) two llmon In tho
wicket, D.kU Wlthlng'tnn, WI19
knoi'ked,up R li the nrcond Inning,
miil'Maclcan, who nia.lo 9, were Hip1
only men to ito.nny firming to spculi
In the first Innings of the "Rest"
110 left! than flvu.diulc eggs were leg
1st ci vil, and of Ihoko, four were
clean buwlcd by Or.iy iii'.d Well
ington. The Hcroml Innings was n trifle
better, ns only two duck eggs were
Hob Anderson is developing' Into n
bowler to maKo up for his bad luck
with the bat. On Saturday the
geniivl Robert took for 19, and to
mid to the zest of tho iicifnimaiico
did tlio "liar I rick.
Jordan, tlio vetcian, got two
wickets, mid ono of them was tho
formidable Noel -locrr, A nlgn of
relief went up when tho U. O. M.
Bhatlcicd ItYo dashing jouug hat's
Oray acrounted for no less than
flo wickets In the first Innings of
the "Rest," and nlro had n, band In
getting rid of (Irahnm, whom lid
caught tiff Wlthlngton's bowling.
Maclean, for the Maul eleven, bad
a linnd In the dismlssnl ot no less
than eight men. He got seven with
the ball nnd caught one, Wlthlngton,
Included In tho "Rest's" totnl was
the small number of three extras.
This shows that tho wicket keeping
was really good. Mr. "Ilyes" piled
up nine In the first and only I tin I jigs
of the Maul eleven.
Spectolors were present In force,
and nil the good strokes were ap
plauded to tho echo. Quite a num
ber of ladles visited the grounds,
and they wero delighted when tlio
"Maul" team won.
The departing eleven feels confl
dcutsabout tlio outcome ot tho Maul
trip now and reckon they can best
tlio WalnluUu bunch without any
II. 11. Ilatlcy, b Ilnlrd 1
C. F. Maxwell, c L. Wlthlngton
b Mucloan .... 1 I
D0I1 Anderson, c Kolly, b Maclean 0
K.i A, Jordan, b Maclean ........ 0
J. C. McQIII, b Maclean 0
ty Wlthlngton, 0 Maclean, J
J. II. Flddes, c F. II. Wlthlngton,
h Maclean 1
T. W. P, Gray, b Maclean .
II. M. Ayrcs, b Muclcan ,.
F. II. Wlthlngton, not nut
H)cs , .". .
Firsl -Inning s.
A. Ilalrd, b (liny . C
Nool Deerr, b Gray 14
M. M. Oiahtlm, c Orny, b Wltli-
Cnpt. Kelly, b Gray , 0
J, L. Cockburn, b Gray . . . J 0
J. Maclean, b Wlthlngton 1
J. Tinker, h Wlthlngton 0
T. II. Walker, not out 1
I). L. Wlthlngton, b Gray 0
Wldes ....". ,ii..tA 1
J, Maclean, c Anderson 9
T. II. Whllior, c Withlntnn, b Muc-
lenn ...?... , 4
Nool Deerr, b Jordan 10
M. Mflraham, b Anderson 2
J. I,. Coekburn. b Andoison 0
,. Ilalrd, 0 Anderhon Q
1. - .f - . -
tCiipt. Kelly, c Andcrcon 0
,'' Wlthlngton, not out S
.1. M, Tucker, c Mclllll, I. .liirihii.
MOTOR CAR JOTTINGS.
In the Snutn Monlcn road race,
which the niitninoblllHts. of Califor
nia proclaim ns tho western Vaiider
bllt cup coirteit, the Chnnslor &
Lyon liojiliy for tho most consistent
Performance lins been nwnrded by
the judge to the Franklin entry,
the "Orey hound 11,". entered nnd
ilihcn by Ralph C. Hnniliii ot Lot
Tho scorer's figures slmw that tlio
wnik of ear and driver In almost
without ii.uallel In tho history 'of
motor car racing. Running nt tho
rnto of npnily n mile n niluule, (ho
tnolnr car covered the 21 lnps of tlm
8.3 mile tourso with n vnil.ittoii
of ,18 2-r seconds In tho llino of tho
several' lnjla The fastest lap wa
inado In ft niliiuti's mid :IC second-!,
nnd Ihri nlowost In S lnlnules 11111I
04 2r, seconds. The nvcrnge was S
lnlnules nnd 45 scrorffls, tho Mirln
tlon being only 9 seconds cltlierT
way. Tho course wns 199.2 mllea
long, and the Franklin's time wni
:i hours, 29 inlniile. nnd r,7 eccoiuI.
So iinlfoini was tho tlmo ni.ido lij
the "Giejhoiiiid II" under HnmllirK
guidance that tho thousands of on
lookers In the grandstands wore nhlo
lo foretell to tho becond when tho
enr would reappear fcu each lap on
tho euro fmni tho bend near Sarttu
Monlcn ranoii. The car has a slx
cylliidiT engine, as did Itx predf cen
sor, the "arejhouiid I." with which"
Ilnmlin last car srored "n string ot
victories In California niitoiiiobtlu
A tiro contract totalling cloo to
halt a million dollars" has Just been
nwarded by tho II. II. Fiopklln
Manufacturing Company In provid
ing tho tiro equipment for Its 1910
motor cars, which nro now being
put out at Ur factory In Syracuse.
It Is reported that tlio contract
was made before tlio lecent Increase,
On nit of Us 1910 cars tho Frnnk
Iln company Is plr.clng larger tlict
than berotofore, although tho tlies
It used for last season wero larger
than wero specified by the tiro mak
ers. The 1910 Increaso Is lmif tin
Inch. The effect of tho oxtr.i sl?n
f8 "uch tl,at "' ""I '!cs nro tf
"o curr.cii on any into Franklin,
long tiro llfq being socuied by a
combination of largo tires nnd light
weight. Tho use of larger Hies,
however, has a doublo purpnso: It
not only makes tho tlies Inst, hut It
helps to uhsorl tho toad Hbock nnd
Incicaso tlie-comfurt of tlm passen
gers. Ignition, next to tires, lias boom
the eai(so of tholreatcst nniount of
trouble In the career of most mo
torlsts. Slmi.llclty In Igiitlou has
been porsflstently called for.
A slnglo Ignition Byslcni. that of
tho Hosch high tension iuagncto, has
been uscul on the Franklin motor
cars during the past season, and
with tho pioductton of tho 1910
models the spark contiol lover In
abandoned. Tho nirnngcmciit was
tested nt Ipnglh on thn eighteen
hoiso power cars during tho previous
(CKCiii. mid It wan found to ho no
biitlsfacUn-y lh.it It Is now extended
to all. Tho' single, Ignition hjhU'Iu'
was found' tu Im' iin clliiilnnti.i- oC
ninny Ignition illlfenltleH, and tho
tibaudoliliiB of the spaik control
lever a long move In tho direction ot
For Us forty-two and twenty
eight lioiso powor-models tho mas
nolo on tho Franklin Ih provided
with 11 govomor. This ipgulntefl tho
lmo of tho spin k. For tho ciikIho'
of tho eighteen hoi so .nwor cars tho
spark Is flNcd,
How this (ontiiiiiites to slnipllelty
Is Indlcntcd In iho f.ict that tho
dilver lii continuing his tar has fo
banilli) only tho tlnottlo lovor itnloii
lie wants to clinngo tlio speed i.itlo,
tho iKtittloii being kept light with
out his having the tioublo of attend
ing to It.
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