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WVBW1NO BTJUJBTTN, HONOLTJLD, T. It., MONDAY, JAN. 10, 1910.
Oceanic Steamship Company
Time Table S.S. Alameda
The steamers of this line will arrive
Leave S. F.
Connects nt Honolulu with C. A. line, leaving Honolulu for Aus
tralia Jan. 8, 10 and every 28 days. .,
C. Brewer & Co,, Ltd.
-- GENERAL AGENTS.'
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP. CO. & TOYO K1SEN 'KAI&A
Steamers of the above companies will arrive at Honolulu and .leave port
on or noout mc aaics
' FOR JAPAN AND CHINsTi
TKNYO aiAKU JAN. 1
koiu:a JAN. 13
NIPPON MAUU JAN. 2t MANCI1UIUA JAN. 21
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
H. Hackfeldjfe Jgo., Dd , Agenfe
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN SIEAMSniP COMPANYt
Weekly Sailings via Tehuanteoec.
'FROM NEW VORK TO HONOLULU.
Freight Received at all 'times -at the Company's Wharf, 41st Street,
i South Brooklyn.
FROM SAN FRANCISCO TO HO.NO-1 FltOM SUATTLR AND TACOMA TO
8. S. NEVADAN, TO SAIL. .JAN. 10
E. S. NUVADAN, TO SAIL.. 11311. 12
FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRAN
CISCO. S. S. NEVADAN, TO SAIL. .JAN. 2'J
Canadian-Australian Rbyal Mail
Steameis rf the above line runnli.g In connection with the CANAD.'
IAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. belwstn Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N.
8. W., and calling at Victoria, D. C, Honolulu arid 8uva, FIJI, and Brit
bane, are DUE AT HONOLULU on or about the dates below stated, vlx.:
I FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA:
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canadi United States and
Europe. For Fr.'enht and Passage and all general Information, apply to
THEO H. DAVLES & CO., LTD.k OENERAL AGENTS.
Matson Navigation Company
Schedule S. S. 1HLONIAN, In the direct service between Sau Fran
cisco ana Honolulu:
ARRIVE HONOLULU: LEAVE HONOLULU:
JANUARY 20, 1010 JANUARY 23, 1910
The S. S. LURLINE of this line sails from San Francisco for Ho
rolulu direct January 5th, 1910.
u CASTLE & COOKE, LTD., AGENTS.
HUSTACE - PEGK CO., LTD
63 QUEEN STREET K'.J 7 J ft JHONK 298
Estimates given on all kinds of Dnying,' Teaming, Road Buildinr.
Firewood, Coal, Waianae Sand 'For Sale.
B.F. DILLINGHAM CO.
General Agent for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company of London.
New York Underwriters' Agency.
Providence Washington Insurance Co.
4th FLOOR, STANGENWALD DLDG.
Is not a Luxury; It Is a Necessity,
But you Must have the DEST
end that Is provided by the famous
and mostv 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.
Bulletinuwiess Office Phone 258.:
Bulletin Etiiturial Room fliona 185,
and leave this port as hereunder:
Arrive S. F.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
SliilHtlA JAtf. 7
CHINA JAN. 14
9 S MISSOURIAN. TO SAIL. JAN. 14
S.S COLUMUIAN JAN. 26
For ftirtner Inhumation apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
C. P. MORSE,
General Treight Aient
MOANA JAN. 5
MAKIIRA FEB. 1
For Wnlnnao, Walalua, Knhtiku anil
Way SlatloiiR DMC n. m . 3:20 n. in.
Tor l'carl City, Kna Mill and Way.
matrons tt: 30 a. m '3:15 a. m
11:03 a. m , 2:I0 p. m , 3:20 p. m.,
5:15 p. m., 9:30 p. m, fll:Q0 p. m.
Hnr Wahlawa '9:15 a. m. and
5:15 p. in.
Arrive Honolulu ' froitf Kahuku,
Walalua and Waianac 8:3G a. m..
5:31 p. m,
ArrUo i.i IIoiiolulii from Ilwa Mill
and Pcnil City 17:40 a. m, s:3J
a. m, '10:38 a. m., 1:40 p. m.
4:31 p. ni . C:31 n. m.. 7:30 n. m
Arllvo Honolulu from Wahlawa
8!3G a. m. and 3:31 p. tu
t Ex. Sunday.
t Sunday Only.
Tho Hnlelwa I.iinlloil, a-two-hour
train (only (list cIihh tic kola honored)
lcaoj Iloii'iliilu ovny Hund.iy at 8:23
i. in.: returning, nrilvm In Honolulu
nt 10:10 p in Tho Limited slips
only at Pearl City ami Wnlan-io.
(1. I'. DKNIHON T. O. SMITH
IManlc books' of ull sorts, ledger
etc, manufactured by tho Bulletin
Publishing Company,., , Jt.
imiuoiD n lw,
elers' Letters of Credit
issued on the Bank of
i California and The Lon-
;don Joint Stock Bank
Ltd., London. ,t
Correspondents for the
American Express Com-
pany' and' Thos.- Cook&
Interest allowed on
term arid Savings Bank
J aus Spreckel' & Co-
Claus Spre:kels. W. 0. Irwin.
HONOLULU, : : : T. H.
San Francisco Agents Tbo Ne
vada National Bank j( San Francisco.
Draw Exchange on the Nevada Na
tlonal Bank of San Francisco.
London Tho Union of London and
Smith's Bank, l.tl.
New York American Exchnngo
Chicago Cora Exchange National
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Hongkong ami Yokohama Hong
kong Shanghai Banking Corporation,
New Zealand' and Australia Bank
of Now Zealand and Bank of Austra
Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
British Noith America
Deposits iccelved, Loans made on
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Crcdlta Issued. Bills of
Exchange bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
The Yokohama Specie '
Canital fPoid un)..Yen 24.000.000
Reserve 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 Bank receives Local Deposits
anJ Head Office Deposits for fixed pe
'Local Deposits (25 and Howards
for one year at rate of 47o per an
Head Office Deposits. Yen-25 and
upwards for one-half year, one year,
two years, or three years at rate of
5 per annum,
e Particulars to be obtained on ap
plication. , i
Honolulu Office 67 S. King Street.
P. 0. Box 168.
!(, TOKTEDA ' .Manager
AND TRliSt GOV
OF HAWAII, LTD.
8UB8CRIE.ED CAPITAL ..$200,000.00
PAD UP CAPITAL. $100,000.00
President1 Ceeil Brown
Vice President M. P. Robinson
Cashier L- Tj Peck
Ofllco: Corner. Fort and King Bts.
8AVINQ8' DEPOSITS rccotvcit and
Interest allowed for early deposits
at tho rate of V,i por cent, per annum.
Hules and regulations furnished up
THE TIME TO START A SAVING
BANK OF HAWAII, LTD.
Will do it
Bamboo Furniture Made to Ordsr.
ficture Framing a Syeoialty,.
568 S. BERKTANIA II.
BULLETIN AD3 PAY -J
Alexander & Baldwin
.OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
H. P. Baldwin..... ..President
7. B. Caitl Vice President
W. II. Alexander
S' Vice Prei.
J. P. Cooke.
Third Vi- ---' -nager
J. WaterV' " Ti" 'irer
E. E. Patoir.. k -y
W. 0. Smith . .
J. R. Gait.... Hr
W. R. Castle... 'etc
... SUGAR FACIIU. .
ibhiMISSIOK MERCHAko .nV
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co,
Ilaiku Sugar Company,
Maui Agricultural Company.
Hawaiian Surrar Comnanv.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Kahului Railroad Company.
Haleakala' Ranch Company,
Castle. &' Cooke, Ltd
Honolulu, T. 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.
Apokaa Sucar Co., Ltd.
Fulton Iron Works of St. Louis
Blake Steam Pumps
Babcock'& Wilson Boilsn
Green's Fuel Economizers
March'' Steam Pumps
MMson Navigation Co.
Planters' Line Shipping Co.
C. Brewer & Co.. Ltd:
QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU, T. K.
.Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Onomea
Sugar Co, Honomu Sugar Co., Wal
luku Sugar Co., Pepeekeo Sugar Co.,
Kapapala Ranch, Thomas Pineapple
LIST OF OFFICERS!
E. F, Bishop, President; Qeorge
Robertson, Vice President and Man
ager; W, W. North, Treasurer and
Secretary; Geo.R. Carter, Auditor; P.
C. Jones, C. H. Cooke, J. R. Gait and
R. A. Cooke, Directors.
AQENTS rOR THE
Royal Insur. Co. of Liverpool, Eng.
Commercial Union Assurance Co.,
Ltd., of London. England.
Scottish Union & National Ins. Co.
t of idlnbureli. Scotland.
The Upper Rhine Ins. Co , Ltd.
The London Assurance Corporation.
Caledonian Insurance Co.
Masonic Building, Alakea Street
WAH CHONG CO. .
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything' absolutely new' and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY' BLK. . HOTEL ST.
Territorial Board of
Office 403 Stangewald Bldf.
.HONOLULU IRON WORKS'
David' A; Dowsett
Real Estate and Insurance,
203 Judd Bldg. 2nd Floor,
IN; PHILLIPS & CO.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
, AMERICAN DRY GOODS
FORT and QUEEN' STS.
OF ALL UNDi:
DEALERS IN' LUMBXi:
ALLEN ft HOBINSOII.,.
laeen Street ;; :: :; Honolulu.
ARE SOON HERE
Unique Organization Will Stop Here
on Way Back From Australia
After Successful Tour Club Male
Up From Street Urchins,
Af traveling contingent of the Coluiil'
bla I'ark Hoys Club will ho In Honu
lulu on February 1st, on Its way hack
to San Francisco after a tour of Aus
tralia, i The forty lloja who made a tour of
AuKtrnlln under the Rtildanco uf 'Major
l'dxotto liavo been membern of the
Columbia I'ark riojV Chit) of San
1'ianclBCo, California, for several
Tclo tnrs nso Major l'olxntto
stnrtid a little chili In a single room
In San 1'ranclBto for the mirposo of
keeping city lios oil tho otreeta out of
school hours and to glo working 1)0) a
a pace to spend their evenings.
UmnaBlum training, military drill,
outdoor athletics. Instructions In bas
ket making, wood carvlnc;, clay mod
eling and all kinds of handicraft, must
cnl and dramatic work and a fine Iirasj
band were some of the attractions
which has made the club popular with
all city Ik)8. Tho club members nr
tho sons of American working pcoplo
who Join tho club voluntarily.
The motto of the club 1st "Clean
living, clean thinking clean sport."
Each summer a party of fort uojs
marches for five weeks through the
Stato of California On their way they
gho concerts otiiliatliletlo and ilrnnm
lie, (llBiiln')H. which more than pay their
oxpcnues. These trips have led to tho
great Improvement of tho bojs phjsl
cally and educationally, and their tour
to Australia was madu ' possible.
through tho excellence they had gain
ed on thcro summer outings.
At tho lino of the great dlsaBlcr In
San Pranclsro, (Iiq club waH comfort
ably housed with n membership ot
ocr 300 hoys .but ocrything was Idst
In tho great fire. A frcrh start had to
bo made, tho club was reestablished
on a firmer basis than over bofoio am)
during tho Austialfan tour, two other
contingents from the club have been
touring tho Pacific Coast.
A strong organization ot the earlier
members of the club lnvo organized
thcmschcH as "Tho Pioneers" rind to
those ox members, who hao now
grown to mnnhood tho club owes much
of Its present success. On or 4,000 city
uo)k have grown up In tho club, ami
their devotion to It in aftcr-llfo Is proor
of tho good work that It has accom
plxhcd. HIIO 'NEWS-NOTES
John A. Swain was endorsed by
tho Itcpubllcan count) committee for
tho position of ranger In the first
land district. Herald.
SScno K. M)crs landed nt Kohala
esterday, says the Ilcrnld, to Inspect
tho bank there. He will then coma
on to lllln for his regular half-yearly
Inspection of tho local Institu
tion. Ui. Victor A. Norgaurd, Territo
rial veterinary surgeon, arrived Jes
tcrday by tho Mauna Kca, sajs the
1III6 Ilcrnld, to confer with Dr. II.
)i. Elliott regarding a stto for a now'i
animal quarantine station, tho lires
cut ono not being entirely sultaulo'
lor tho purpose. '
tu Da.. ItilniuH 0 .1,.., .. r.
, .'.o. wwu uiunu or,, IHUU Ull DUI-
urday from heart falluio. Sho was
hlono at tho time of her. death. Tho
deceased bines a husband nml four
klillflrpn Knoch. Mnrj, ireno and
Hon Urrtwn ,lr, Illlo Herald.
Walakea nlnntutloii Rtnrlml irrliwl.
Jng this week and will liavo about
400 tons of sugar for the Virginian
on January 13. Herald.
Iirtl Waldron will bo In Illlo
shortly, on his way lo Puna. to sco
the oxtont ot tho growth of tbo rub
ber trees on tho Pacific Development
Company's proporty, within twolve
months from the date of his lusti
visit to tho plantation.
Tlier Hoard of l.lcenso Commission
ers lust week granted a fourth-class
license, to manufacture wlno, to tho
Kona Vlnoynrds Company. An ap
plication from Kwong Lap, for a bcc-ond-ilnss
hnloon Itconso nt Knllua,
was pout)oned.' lleiald.
It Is reported by the Illlo Herald
that Mn C. C.fcKonnedy has been
bu)lng up all the stock In tho Trlb
uuo Publishing Company,
IttRoctlon from the volcnno flro
Ins ngaln'beon visible at night dur
ing this woek.
A pctlflon was received by tho
Ilawulj Hoard of Supervisors asking;
for an impropriation for u first-class
modern flro cngjiic. '
TIIH MAUNA KKA'S ftolght list'
Includo 3 sacks coin, a piano, 2 horses,
consignments of celery, chickens,
frogs, hides, cabbage, vegetables na
tlvo lumber'. unci H4 packages of sun
dries. Tho Mauna Kea mot with vari
able winds and heavy" Hwells on tho
windward of Hawaii according to Pur
btr Phillips. Tbo ULMfhor mproyud
as tho Muiiuu Kci ciossid thu than.
;iol. Tlie Htuamer Kalpluul lt icpoit
pd at lloiioniu, IhuIiiiiI at Houokiia.
tlio Nllhait nt Kukiilliaclo, whero she
loads Diotftiwi'll Himr on Siiudny for
IIoiiolulii, Tli6 Mnima I.on woh pass
ed off Alnkena and' tho Light Hoiibo
tender Kiikiij was nt McOrogors but
lus to uall'toi lldiitakud today.
FUR MM BOYS
Wet Weather Makes Routine Camp
Life Out of Question Water
Through Tents Keeps Boys on
Feet Part of Night.
ti, tfnmnlmmclia Cadets,
arms, loft tho school last Tuesday nr
tcrnoon at 3 o'clock", They woro to
bave left In tho monllliff but tho rain
held them back somo hours". The bat
talion arrived at Camp uamon, -
atialua, about 4:30 p. m, Tho unuads
we'ro at onco put to work pitching
tents. Only three tents were allowed
. . 4lin
to each company on nccuutu . ""
ground being damp. Two squads auoui
14 boys were plied Into cacn icni.
Ralrt Spells Sleep.
Tho first part of Tuesday night was
spent comfortable by alt tho Cadets,
but early tho next morning, about 3
o'clock, a heavy rain came down and
somo of the tents began to IcaK water.
Three of tho tents got wet on the In
side and so this spoiled the sleep. Tho
rest of tho morning hod to bo spent
li Btandlng up till daybreak when tho
rain censed and permitted tho bos to
teae their tents,
At 7:30 o'clock a. m. tho liuglo
sounded if6r drill and tho companies
formed ontsldo their streets. Capt.
Winters caV thnt'the ground was too
wet for drilling" with tho guns so tho
bumpanlrs were ordered to go through
setting up exorcises," This was done
for nenrly an hour when Iho Cadets
wero dismissed for Iho rest of tha
morning. At 11:30 guard mounting wai
held and tho' first real guard Was put
in commission for tho day. At noon
tho Cadets had their mollis and tho
afternoon was theirs until 2:30 when
drill call was sounded. Tho sun was
shilling bright at Ibis tlmo so tho
Cadets turned out under arms. The
battalion went oer to tho Moaiinluit
golf grounds whero they went through
extruded order drills for nearly two
hours. At 3 MS the battalion was di
vided up Into different divisions' and
marched back to their camp under an
Soon after drill was ocr the com
bined fourth and nlth grade teams
turned out for a roccer gamo which
wits plated above tho caniiiln
grounds. In tho mfddla part of thu flr:
halt i:. Noah of tho fifth grade niudo
a t,oal for his team.
This was tho only goal scored In
the flrstjialf. Tho tain began to come
down he.ny and so tho second half
was postponed. Tho rain kept pour
ing down tho whole evening and sup
per was ale In the rain.
Mr. Horno tlsltod tho camp late In
(ho evening and It leaked out that If
the rain continued tho boys would
start for home Thursday morning.
Tho Cadets did not sleep vciy well
tho second night on account of being
Jhursday morning tinned out to bo
bright but tho bo)s bad lost ncarlv
two night's Bleep nml so Capt. Win-
lets gavo notice that the battalion
would start back for school In tho af
ternoon which was good news to most
of tho boys.
At 7:30 drill call sounded nml Ihn'
threo companies went through setting-'
up exercises for half an hour when
they were dismissed. At 11 o'clock"
the boys began to pack up their cloth-
Ing ready' for tho wagons.
Cooks Have Trouble.
' When tho aBSombly bugle .blew for
lunch thcro was a rush for tho tublos.
Tho boB got so rough that tho officer
of the day began to lino them up .which
took hlin ton.o tlmo to do. About
twonty boys packed In tho kitchen and
tho cooks hnd a hard tlmo serving out
thoifood. It wns not long before tha
liltchon tnblo wns knocked over nn,i
down went plates and other parapher
Tho cooks then began lo stnn Hon.
Ing out food. and u mix-up took- pluco
which Including the officer of tho day.
ii wuh not until. 1 o'clock when Or
ders wero given by. Capt. Winters to
utrlko tentB. At 2:10 tho batlnilmi
started on their homowurd march
reaching tho school, at 3:40 uftor
spending two restless sleepless nights
ui soump uamoii,
I Capt. Wlntors was sorry flint things
happened as It did forho did not hao
tho tlmo to do what he wanted to
with tho battalion. Tho Cadets win
spend the rest ot tho week In sports
I I M I
D0NT NEdLEOT THAT COUGH,
It certainly rucks jour system mm
may run Into something serious Al
ton's Lung Halsam will u,cr'k U,
uulckly mid permanently, For sale1
at all druggists.
TWCNTV-SIX DAYS 'was cohminn
od by the American Bchooner Mary
K Foster In making tho trip from
Honolulu to Ora)s Hirhor. Tho
schooner completed tho discharge of
Ikcemtor Mill for Iho norh toast
lw. "nlvliiK tl.crou I,tbt Tlnnf.lnj.
THIS OILMAN FIlUIOUTUrt' Ab
K'jard which has been , ,l0 m,
-Icelo on Knuil discharging n ship.
taem of Australian coul ha, eolhIet.
n! v. an" Mll'1 fr Noncn"tf
Sealed tenders will bo received by
the superintendent of public woiks
until 12 m. of Saturday, January 20,
1910, for la) Ing tho C-lnrh, C-lncb,
4-Inch, 3-lnch nnd lV4-lncli galvnh
Ircd plpo for tho Kula pipe linc
,1'lans, specifications and proposal
blanks nro on file in tho ofllco or
tho Department of Public Works,
and may nlso be had on application,
from Mr. V. K. Harvey, Camp Olln- .
da, Maul. -. t,,.
Tho Superintendent ot Public
Works reserves tho right to reject
nny or all bids.
Honolulu, December 29, 1909.
4504 Dec. 30, 31, Jan. 1, 3, 4, G, 0,
7, 8,10. fc ,
Of Annual meeting of the First Na
tional Bank of Hawaii at Ho
nolulu; Not I co Is hereby given that tho
annual 'meeting of tho stockholder
of Tho First National Hank ot Ha
waii at Honolulu will bo held nt lis
place of business on tho corner or
Fort and King streets in tho City 'or
Honolulu, Island of Oahu nml Terri
tory of Hawaii, on Tuesday, tho HtU
day ot January, 1910, at 3 p. in.,
for the purpose of electing directors
for tho ensuing year and for such
other and further business as may
be brought' beforo tho stockholders
uaicu lionoiuiu, ucc. mi, lauv.
I T. P1XK, V
448C Dec. S, 11, 18,
!!: Jan. 3, 8,
Notice Is hereby given Hint Mr.
W. F. Wilson, whoso ofllco Is In tho
building on I'ort street. lately occu
pied by this company, Is nuthorlzed
to receho all bills pa) able to this
lompiny, and that ho Is tho only
person holding such authority In
addition to tho duly appointed treas
urer or the company.
WM. O. HIWIN & CO, LTD. ,
II) Its Second Vlro Prr-sldcnt, 1
W. M. GlI'VAltl).
IIoiiolulii,' Jnnuary 3d, 1910.
Tho experienced umiitcur
nnd piofesslonul know this,
but tho novice Is likely to bo
. led astray.
Kodak Films have been
proven and aro ten )uaia
ahead of any other kind on
Photo Supply Co.,
Dr. J. H: Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND, SURGEON. .
Alakea St., Mauka Pacific Clnb.
Office Hours Frrra 10 to 12 J from
2 to 4; from 7 to 8..
- SUNDAYS 10 TO 12. .
Tel. Office, 690. Residence, 1460.
"The Fiiest'Bathinir on the Beach."
Meals At, All Hours.
wines; liuuoes. and cigaes.
W. 0. BEBGIN. Proprietor.
Meat Market and Importers.
C. Q: Yce Hop &o.
for sifts at I
, Wing On Ghong's, ,
Bethel St., Between King, andHotel.
Real Estate, Accnt
137 MERCHANT STREET '
, Residences on Bcrctnnia Slrtet,
and other property.
The Industrial' 'Edition of 'tho
Evening, Bulletin, wranned
ready, for1 mailing, 50 cents at Bul
letin office, ,
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