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ivbnino BOLUttm. HONOLmto.lf., jrfftxbAYrbVJ'Vi. fW5T
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Oceanic Steamship Company
Time Table S.S. Alameda
The steamers of this line will arrive ancVleive- thisport as hereunder!
leave S. F. Arrive Hon. XeavejHon.
Nov. 2u , ?sOV. 20 i)i:c. 1
nnc. 11 dix " opcha t .
JAN. 1 JAN. 7 - -
Connects at Honolulu with C. A. Line, leaving Honolulu for Aus
tralia Jan. 8, 10 and every 28 days.
Wrri. G. Irwin & Co, Ltd.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
!C -1.1 Mil T I J
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP Co., & TOYO RISEN KAISHA
Steamers of the above companies will arrive at Honolulu and leave port
on or about the dates below mentioned:
TOR JAPAN AND CHINA:
CHINA . ...' NOV. 3
MANCHURIA NOV. 29
CllIYO MAItU DUC. 7
asia m:o. ii
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
Asia .., NOV. 2b
mongolVa' " dec. a
TENYCMAUU UEC. 10
KOREA :.., DEC. 21
MTA1LUIXD W IBM.
. Commercial and Trav-i-elers'
,.J-etters of 'Credit'
issued' on 'l the, JBank pi
Callfdrrii,ian'd "The Lon
don ; Joint Stock Bank
Ltd.," London. '
Correspondents Jor the
American Express Com
pany and TTjqsv,Cook,&
.Interest allow.ed . on
term and 'Savings 'Bank
Ueiander & Baldwin For Thanksgiving
Suckling Pigs , and
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
H. Hackfeld & .jjjijj
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Wtcl:ly Sailing via Tehuanteoec. i
rnOM.TlEW YORK TO HONOLULU.
Freight Received nt all times "at the Company's 'Wharf, 41st, Street,
. . South Biooklyn.
ntoM might sound to hono-
- i;UI.U DIRECT.
ARIZONAN, to sail NOV. 24
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
vHj Vt JWdwin ...PrcsUent
, J. B. Castle..... Vice President
) W. M.,-Alemder.
Second. ,Vce Pres.
ThWfVice Pres. and.Mnkger
J. Wfierbouse" ... . j..Tijeasrer )
E. E, MSton. .. . .'. .Secretary'
W. 6. Smith.: Director
W". '' Castle ..Director
, Agents for
; Hawaiian .Commercial & Sugar Co.
i Haiku S,ugan Company,
Maui Agricultural Company.
Hawaiian Suirar' Coraoany.
Xahuk'u Plantation Company.
,'Kah'ulul Railroad Company.
Haleakala Ranch Company.
DELEGATES FROM t THE POST
WILL BE; SPTiru.. norms
A V.in rnmnilggloiieri Officer nut .of
each "Company of the 2nd tiattailon ,of
Agents for the Hudson, Chalmers
Detroit, Kisl Kar. Oakland, Frank
tvMerphant St. -
rnoM ban ntANcisro to Hono
lulu via punirr sound.
AlllKONAN. t(i H.ill NOV. II
Freight ri'ci'Uoil sit Company'
wbaif, Greenwich Street.
rnoM Honolulu to san fran-
Tor further Information apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
0. P. MORSE,
General Freight Agent. ,
Canadian-Australian Royal lflatf
Sl,lJt,j T i STEAMSHIP COMPANY
(l,rl , (I
.Clans, bpreckels;. fio.
Claus Spreskels. .' W. G. Irwin.
HONOLULU, : : : T. H.
San Francisco Agents Tho Nt-
ada National llank of San Francisco.
Draw Exchange, on the Nevada Na
tional llank of San Francisco.
London Tho Union of London and
Smith's Bank, Ltd.
New York American Exchange
Chicago Corn Exchange National
Paris Credit L)qnnals.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hongkong-Shanghai
;New 'Zealand and Australia llank
of Now Zealand and Uauk of Austra
lasia. Victoria and Vancouver Hank of
British Noith America.
Deposit received.. Loans niado on
approved security. Coinmorrlal and
TrJlycl(;rs, Crodlta Issued. Hills or
LfccimnBo bought nnd bold.
Steamero of the above dine running In connection with the CANAD
iam nar.ipir! HAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N.
D. W., and calllno at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Suva, FIJI, .and .Bris
bane, are DUE AT HONOLULU on or aoout trie oajei oeiow win, vn
Castte & Cooke, Ltd
Honolulu, Ti H.
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS. SUGAR FACTORS
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS
Ewa Plantation Co.
Waialua Agricultural Co.. Ltd.
Kohala Sugar Co.
Waimea Sugar Mill Co.
Apokad Sugar Co., Ltd.
Fulton Iron Works of St. Louis
Blake Steam Pumps
Babcock & Wilson Boilers
Green's 'Fuel Economizers
March Steam Pumps
Vitson Navigation Co.
Planters' Line Shippinf Co.
Yonr machine will be-..ready iot
you when we say it, will Jbe. ,We
don't experiment 'on'autosj we.rspair
' Go.,; Ltd. ;
ALEXANDER YOUNG -BUILDnG.
Collections Promptly Accounted; For.
f FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA:
MAlUirtA DEC. 10
'AOUANOI j. .JAN. 8
MOANA JAN. 6
MHVP, A, v...v FE"- !
"Throunh Tickets' Issued from Honolulu to Canada United States' and
Europe. For Frleght and Passage and an general imormi.n, -hh'7
THEO H. DAVIES & CO., LTD.. GENERAL AGENTS.
Matson Navigatipn ConiRany
Schcdulo S. S. IHLONIAN, In tho direct service between San Fran-
cIeco niicV Honolulu:
AKHIVI5 HONOLULU: ' LEAVE HONOLULU:
vnvrminii 23. 190D. NOVBMUEIt . . ! 30, 1909
HHl'M!lKll !!. lUUa DECEMHEIt 28, 190
The S. S. LURLINE of this line, carryine; oth freight and wssen
Kcrs, sails from San Francisco for Hcnilulu-DIBJECT, on or.about Novem
her 2nd, 1909. . .- l
n CASTLE & COOKE. LTD., AGENTS;
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
SUGAR FACTORS and
Q Tefephone 5 t
s ,C;fl. Bchn
' ' Proprietor and Manager.
Corner Alakea and Hotel Streets r
Joseph A. Gilman,
SHIPPING. AND COMMISSION MERCHANT. ""F M .
... w INSURANCE-FIRE AND MARINE.
' i J j
Agents for ARTHUR SEW ALL & CO., Bath, Maine;
PARROTT & CO., San "Francisco ,
mmm f .
yin? innnnama JUKtie
Canita! Paid up).. Yen 24,000,060
Reserve Fund Yen 15,940,000
tUJiu ur-cuXi, ivjvuiuuba.
The bank buys' and receives lor col
lection bills of exchange, issues
Drafts and Letters' of Credit, and
transacts a general banking busines.
''The Bank receives Local Deposits
and Head Office Deposits for fixed pe
riods. ' ' '
Local Deposits, $25 and umvards
for 6ne year at rate of 4 per ail-
Head Office Denosits. Yen 25 and
upwards' for one-half year, one year,
two vears, or three years at rate ot
5Vs per annum. ,
Particulars to be obtained on ap
plication. Honolulu Office 67 S. King Street.
M. TOKTEDA. .'. rManager
WM. G. IRWIN. .... .President
JNO. D. SPRECKELS. .1st. V. i".
W. M. GIFFABD.2d V. Pres.
H, M.vWHITNEY.C. .Treasurer
' RICHARD IVERS. . . .Secretary-
D. Q. MAY i Auditor
Agents for ,
Oceanio Steamship Co., San Fran'
cisco. Gal. i
Baldwin Locomotive Works, Phila
Hakalau -Plantation Co., Hilo Sugar
Co., Honolulu Plantation Co.,
Hutchinson Sugar Plantation
Co., Kilauea Sugar Plantation
Co.. Olowalu Company, Paauhau
Bugar"1 Plantation Co., Waima
'nalo Sugar Co. '
The W.W.WRIGHT G0;,Ltd.
1, W. XESHNR
Auto Tire Repairing
B. F. DILL1NGH ATi CO.
Cencral Agent for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company of London.
New York Underwriters' Agency.
Provldenco Washington Insurance Co.
4th FLOOR, STANGENWALD DLDG.
Ib not a Luxury; It Is a Necessity.
But you Must have the BEST ,
end that Is provided by the famous
and most equitable Laws of Massa
chusetts, In the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co,,
OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
If you would be fully Informed about
these laws, address
Castle & Cooke,
HONOLULU, T, H.
For Wolanae, Waialua, Kahuku and
Way StatlonsU'SjlO nm.. 3;2lJ p. m.
Kor Pearl $('. JWn "M
Stations T: 30 a. m.. 9:15) a. n
11:03 a. m..'S:lB D. m., 3:20 n. m
5:15 p, in.. ta:30 p. m., tH:00 t, in.'
For Wahlawa '9:15 a. m. and
5:15 p. in.
Arrive Honolulu from, Kolmku,
Waialua and Walanao 8:3G a. m,.
Arrlvo. in Honolulu from Ewa Mill
and I'oarl City 17:46 a. m., 8:36
a. mi '10:38 a m 1:0 p, m.,
4:31 p. m.'B'.Sl p. m., 'TiSO p.'in.
Arrlvo Honolulu from Wahlawa
S:3CV m. ind 'BiSJ, p. m.
ft Kxt Sunday. .
t Sunday Only.
The Halelwa Limited, a two-hour
train (only, first class tickets honorud)
leaves Honolulu every Sunday at 8:22
i.'m.; rctii-nloi!.'o"r,rjYC8 In .HdnQIuhl
at '10:10 p.'m.'"Tho LlmiredAops
only at Pu.irl City and Wuunao.
0. P. DUNISON "-jfiJ-V&.-SM'TH
Y)11a!m DnatMMf llfflria Plinn 2J5fl
B'ultofWwW'Jpwrt jrjone It. h n.Wf iJIV'" ' LS
The Weekly Edltlon.of theEvenlno
BuMetJn,glves cpQpjsU sifmmry(o'
.AND TRUST G0.
.OF HAWAII, LTD.
. ' I
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL ..$200,000.00
PAID UP' CAPITAL :$10O,O00X
President '..- -..Cecil Brown
Vice President ...',. .1 M. P.' Robinson
Cashier S...L. T. Peck
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., .Onomea
3uoar Co., Honotnu Sugar Co., Wal-
luku Sugar Co., Pepeekeo 8ugar Co.(
Kapapala . Ranch, Thomas Pfneappie
LIST OP OFFICERS:
' E. F. Bishop, President; George
Robertson, vice President and Man
ager;W. W. North, Tressdrer and
Secretary;, Geo. R. Carter, Auditor; P.
C. Jonet, C. H. Cooke, J. R, Qalt and
R. A. Cook,, pirectore.
1177 Alakea St.
Baby Tonneau ,
'Ready for Demonstration. i
N . Ti T i , 3'. ,
SCHUMAN CA11IAQE CO.
Office: Corner Fort and Kin? Sts.
8AVING8 DEPOSITS received fi'tuT
(nterest,'alldweil for yearly t deijo'sts
.at the rate of 4',i per cent, per 'annum!
Hules and regulations lurnmnea up
WMi G.IRWiN & C0:,LTD,
Royal Insur, Co. ot Liverpool, Eng.
Commercial Union Assurance Co.,
Ltd., of London; England.. i
Scottish Union' eV National' Ins. Co.
Vof Edinburgh; Scotland.
The Upper Rhine Ins. Co., Ltd.
INDEPENDENT AUTO, STAND
King and Bishop Sts.
ALL THE FITTINGS FOB
OWL. AUTO STAND
C.T.Green, Prop. H.L. White, Hgr,
,i.Hotel St. Entrance to Bink.,
, Autos ,at All Hours.
SFoar iind One-Half Per
on Savings Accounts,
- m m
territorial Board .of
u .Office (403 .Stangewald,:lldf..
, " onplnlu. ; (
' ' Bargains. in
Hawaiian Realty Co.,
83 Merchant St.
Dressmaker from Paris. Stylish
Dresses, tailor-made specialties. Rea-,
Befctaniji and Fort t$ts. "
I'H I nLLW rTtnttmy m M He l
iuaVi KAt-tl t Vl-
, i i(,j
mi egrQWW i
A full assortment, 'lizei1 24"x86"
to"48"xl20''i' and gauges, No.1 16, to
NoJ 26 justWhand'" " '" J
We .do. sheet .metal ,wprk of. all
Your patronage is solicited.
PROMPT ATTENTION .TPJOBBING
Phone 211. - '' 4J4ftJUnB.St.
-W.HI Jo il
;s; UGHIDA' "
Bicycle shop and.gener&l.rjTpMring
,work. pptcialty ,in nhjkle, silver
and .gold, plated, ,YfprK. " '
' , KWG0PP. AlAPAtST.
manufactured from pur dlstllUd wa
tsr. Pellvsred to.apy jisrt.of elty by
;)IIH ;P m ij.ECT8.IC 0.,
u ' s ..
- . FASHIONABLE TAILOR. '
, . Buslnesi Suits for.125, '
tho 20th infantry will leave on the
transport Tor the Presidio of Monte
rey, Mpntcrey, 'California, tohero they
will attend a four months' term at
tho school of musketrey. At this
school the men are taught the jArmy
rifle f i oni A to Z. The first month is
Bpcnt In setting, tip oxxerclsca and in
preliminary sighting and aiming drills.
Rach man Is drilled, in such a regular
way that In just one short month the
nerves grow steadier and Iho eyo
clearer. ThrouKhtout the entire course
this training Is kept up, and regular
hours ,are kept. Tho second moutli la
mostly spent In learning tho Army
rifle. Theio is a namo"for each small
piece nnd as there are 101 pieces It
tnkes a great deal of study to re
member all tho names for oach .and
eveiy piece. Every 'man Is required
to learn their names and uses. Tho
third and fourth months are devoted
to practice. The" marksmaq sharp
bhootcrs and expert rifleman course. Is
llred, oIbo pistol practice. ,The best
teachers that the United .StatuB can
supply are at this school. To each
term of school Is bciiI one man froni
each company, Hoop and battery In
tho Department f California. Eery
man that attends always come away
a more competent rifleman than when
he entered. At the present time thcie
Is one man out of each company of
the 2nd liattallon 20th Infantry also
men out of tho 6th Cavalry going from
Schofleld Barracks. These men will
return on the January transport Many"
of the men thpt are sent from Fort
Shatter to Monterey meet many of
their old time fi lends, as the'2nd Dal
lallon of the 20th Infantry was sta
tioned" at, tho Tresldlo of Monterey be-
loie their lemoval to Hawaii. Priv
ates are ery Bcldom sent to this
tcliool. It Is more for tho purpose of
placing, ,wliut would be termed as In
btructors In each company therefore as
u rule Non commissioned Officers are
sent who come hack good teachers In
any kind of target practice. There Is
some very Interesting shooting done,
such as, shooting at night oyer hills
and a longer distance target practice
Is taught here than In the Ordinary
turge8t practice. ' Distances up to 2000
ynrds being used.
Japanese Pay Visit.
Eleven o'clock Thursday morning
about fifteen Japanese Bailors United
Fort .Shatter. They had n Japanese
Interpreter with them. Guard mount
wob bdim held at this time, and the-
sailors seemca very niucn inivreniej
and stayed ou ami watched the hos
In khaki 'march 'il'i In. line.
They then took n walk around tho
post nnd visited tfie, now, swimming
tank. 'From Fort"shnfter they went
to Moanalua Park, where refreshments
were served, each man seemingly en.
Jojlng. jilmsel They .nil spoko of the
neatness of Fort Shatter and Moana
luit Park. The Interpreter said the
Jnpancso Bailors were all having n
good time and were well pleased with
Honolulu and the people.
The JUhletes at Fort Sliafter .who
arc to take pait In tho Military Held
meet which will bo held in Honolulu,
are still earnestly training and are Im
proving every day. They a i excused
from all duty and havo plenty of time
to keep in the best or eo'Mlilou. all
of tho boys expect to win tholr share.
November 27th will no doubt bo one
of the most interesting day. Honolulu
has ever had In sports.
Malaria In Camp.
Private Long Co. A today was en
tered on tho sick report aud Bent to
the hospital with malaria. As a rule
not many cases of malaria develop
among the mentat Fort Shutter. Priv
ate Ixing seems to'lmve a light case
nnd It is probable that ho w.ll again
be for duty soon,
Private Peterwoskl Co, 0 who has
been In the hospital some tliiio with
typhoid Is now able to walk out after
noons and no doubt. In a ery short
timo will be fully recovered i'id again
take up his duty with Co. O. ,
Coiporal Thomas, Company 0 who
sustained a sprained knee, field day
at Fort Shatter while running in the
120 yards hurdle race Is returned from
sick quartern t to duty. Corpora!
Thomas fully expecting to wrn but
loBt'hlB chance by striking hlc knee
on ono of tho hurdles, -
- The U, S. Marine Corps football
Jeam was again practicing at .Fort
Shaftcr Frlduy afternoon, Tho Mar
lnefi now have a team that Is urowliiK
stronger and better oyery day nnd,
tho next game ,ls expected to. do u.
ery good one. Tho Murines will tako
a grcut Interest in tholr practice as
each play Is very earnestly made, -Two
pion wero nut out ot commission Fil
day afternoon as somo' very rough
work was In progress. , It Is colng ,to
take a good strong team to beat tlicao
boys, If they keep tho gait In tho
matched gamo, as they da In (heir
practice Tito football , fans out ut
No. 168. TtertntTOMY OF HAWAII.
Court of Land Registration.
TKRniTOtmOF HAWAII to JOHN
HIRAM;' ANNIE KAAUA; CllU
8AI: HATTIE K. VIVICHAVES!
XOI KQ02JJ CHAN; WONO LEONO:
1UK&A7 KAHELE: HENRY KOU
LUKOUj REV. E. 8. TIMOTEO;
.CHARLES N. SPENCER and 11, H.
HAY WARD, Trustees iinder the, Will
of.' Stephen Spencer, deceased, of
England, Great Britain: J. M. DOW
SETT, Agent; AKAMU W. PAfJO;
1. RUBINSTEIN; TERRITORY OF
HAWAH,vby Charles R. Hemenway,
afl 'Attorney General; CITY , AND
COUNTY OF HONOLULU, by Jos
oph J. Fern, bb. Maor and Presi
dent of tho Board of Supervisors;
JOHN "MONTGOMERY; THIS
HEtRS OF JOHN MONTGOMERY;
and to ALL whom It may concern:
Whereas, a petition has been pre
sented to said Court by B. II. BAN
NlNtffo register and confirm his title
In tho following descrlh6d land:
Commencing at a point In nuwnl
marked by an Iron plpo filled with
cement, at the west corner of this land,
the traverse to said Iron pipe from
the Government 8urey Monument at
tho Junction of Vineyard and Ltllhn
Street's being: from Government Mo
nument to traverse A,' 121 45'JlM!
feet; from traverso A. to a 2 Inch plpo
filled with cement at the north corner
of L. C. A, 8C13: 1. 127 35' 288.8
feet, and from said 2 Inch plpo to point
In uuwal marked by nn Iron plpo; (tho
same being tho polnf of commencement
of this Biirvoy); 162 08' 35L3 feet;
anil running as follows by truo atl
1. 230 CI' G7.3 feet along nuwal
hank to an .Iron pipe; (pipe tilled with
cement on north bank ot nuwal);
2. 176 38 3J.q feet to a point In
auwalMllstant 10.1 feet from a 2" Iron
3. (6' 54' 30" 454.fi feet along nu
wal, which Is tho boundary between
Hauhnukol, and Kahawall. to an Iron
pipe-on the edge of1 nuwal; 'this lino
also runs along L. C. A. C238 to Kane;
L. C A. 1045:.1 to, Plhlllllll. L. C. A.
2103:4 to Kathumiin, U CA. 2024 to
Peaole; and a portion of L, C. A. 1789
4. 333 10' 130.00 feet along 1.. C.
A. 1075 to Dnil, and J. Hiram's lot to
C. 50 38 90.8 feet .along L. C. A.
C238 tt Kane to an IroWplpo;
6. 325' &G' 27.1 feet along L. C, A.
7. C2 39' 445 3 feet along n wide
kuauna; (called1 In the survey Grant
2453 to J. Graham, nn "ala ololt.") to
an Iron pipe; ,
8.) 162' 08' 175.9 fret along L. C. A.
2107:2 to Knhlna to the Initial point
and containing un nren of 108933
Being premises ,desciibcd In L. C.
AvNo. 981, Apaiu 2 to Holeluu; It. P.
You are hereby cited tn appear at
the Court of Land Registration, to be
held .at the City nnd County ot Hono
lulu on the 14th day of December, A.
D. '1909, at icn o'clock add thirty min
utes In the forenoon to show cause if
any you Jiave, why the prayi.r of said
pettlon should not bo granted. And
unless you appear at said Court at tho
tinio nnd place aforesaid your default
will he recorded, and tho said petition
will be taken as confessed, aud you
will be forever barred from contest
ing Bald petition or any decree enter
Witness the HONORABLE W. J.
nOUINSON, Judgo of said Court, this "
15th day of November, In tho year
nineteen hundred and nine.
Attest with Seal of said Court:
(Seal) M. T. B1MONTON.
41a Nov. 15 22. 29; Dec. 0. 1909.
Honolulu, T. II., j
November 10, 1909.
Resolved, by the .Board ot Super
visors ot the City and County ot Ho
nolulu, Territory of Hawaii, that tho
sum .ot four hundred and' ninety
I dollars' ($490.00) be and tho samo,
Is hereby appropriated from the gen
eral fund' for tho payment ot claim
known s "Water Sprinkler, Waia
lua Road District." ' ,
Presented by Supervisor '
J. C. QUINN.
Tho foregoing resolution was, ,at
a regular meeting ot the Board ot
Supety,lsors otltthe,CUy and County
ot Honolulu, held on Tuesday, No
vember 16, 1909, ordered pass to
rrlnt.on the following vote of tho
Ayes: Aula, Aylott, Cox, Kane.,
Logan, McClellan, Qulnn. .Total: 7.
Noes: None. i
-DKALAUOKALANI, JR.,' '
Clerk," City and County, ot
4409 Nov. 17, iff, 19, 20, 22.
Fort Shaftcr will bo put In (orco to
root for the. Marines, they all expect
to ifee the Ijulfwets do up the city
boys, ail t.tiey all praised tho Marines'
snappy work' Friday. The halfwots
Itavo some nuw. tricks up In tholr
sleeves and no doubt will make good
ubu of them,
185 editorial rooma-258 bust,
ness office. These sr the tslspKona
lumbsra of ths Rullstln pfflc, a
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