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WVttKINO-BPLLETm. -HONOLoio, T. H., THUUSDAV, JAN'. 13. 1910.
Oceanic Steamship Company
Time Table S.S. Alameda
The steamers of tbU line will arrive
Leave S. P.
'Connects at Honolulu with C. A. line, leaving Honolulu for Aus
tralia Jan. 8, 10 and ever; 28 days.
C. Brewer & Co,, Ltd.
QENERAI AGENTS. .
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP Co. & TOYO K1SEN KAISjjA
, Steamers of the nbovc companies will arrive at Honolulu and leave port
on or about the dates below mentioned:
FOll JAPAN AND CHINA:
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NIPPON MAUU JAN. 21 1 MANCHURIA JAN. 21
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IAN PACIHC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N.
8. W., and calling at Victoria, Q. C, Honolulu and 6uva, FIJI, and Brli
bane, ara DUE AT HONOLULU on or about the dates below ttated, viz.:
FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA:
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Europe, Tor Frleght and Passane and all general Information, apply to
THEO H. DAVIES & CO.,
Matson Navigation Company
SCHEDULE, 19 JO
. Li. . BETWEEN SAN FRANCISCO AND HONOLULU
From San Francisco
8. S. Lurline , Jan. 12
S. S. Uilonian vi-rrrfrfc' 1
u For further particulars, apply to
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II" FROM NEW YORK
Freight Received at all times at
FROM SAN FRANCISCO TO HONO -
B. S. NRVAUAN, TO SAIL. .JAN. 1C
B. S. NEVADAN, TO SAIL..n:il. IS
FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRAN
CISCO. 8. S. NDVADAN, TO SAIL. .JAN. 2
HUSTACE - PECK CO., LTD
3 QUEEN STREET ' PEONS 285
Estimates given on all kinds of Drayinf, Teaming, Rotd Buildini,
' Firewood. Coal, WaJanae Sand For Sale. '
, FIRE INSURANCE
B. F. DILLINGHAM CO.
General Agent for Hawaii;
Atlas Assurance Company of London,
New York Underwriters' Agency.
Providence Washington Insurance Co.
ith FLOOR, DTANGENWALD BLDO.
LIFE INSURANCE ,
li not a Luxury; It Is a Necessity.
But you Must have the DCST
end that Is provided by the famous
and most equitable Laws of Massa
chusetts, In the
New. England Mutual
Life Insurance Co,.
OF BOSTON, MAB3ACHUSCTT0.
If you would be fully Informed about
these laws, address
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HONOLULU, T. H.
"For Bale" cam at Bulletin.
and leave this port at hereunder:
TOR SAN FRANCISCO:
LTD.. GENERAL AGENTS.
For San Francisco
S. S. Lurline, , Jan. 18
-8. S. Hilonian Jan. 25
Qeneral Ajents, Honolulu
the Company's Wharf. 41st Street,
II'IIOM SEATTLE AND TACOMA TO
ls.8. MISSOURIAN. TO SAIL. JAN. U
S. S. COLUMIIIAN JAN. 26
For (urtner Inhumation upply to
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Qeneral Freight Agent.
For Wnlnnne, Walnlua, Knhiiku and
Wny Stations n; 15 a. m.. 3;20 p. in.
For Peail City, Kwn Mill and Way
Stations 17; 30 a. III., 9:1G n. in.,
11:(I5 a. m., 2:ie p. m., 3:20 p. m..
5:15 p. in., 9;30 p. m., tU:00 p. ra.
For Wahlavva '9:15 a. in. and
5:15 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku,
Walnlua an'l Walanae 8:3S a., in.,
B:3l p. m. ,
Arrive !:i Honolulu from Ewa Mill
and Pearl City XT.iH a. m., '8:3G
a, zn., 10:38 a. m.. 1:40 p. m.,
4:31 p. m., '5:31 p. m 7;30 p, m.
Arrlvo Honolulu from Wuhlawu
8:3C a. in. nnd 5:31 p. in
t Ex. Sunday.
t Sunday Only.
The Hnlelwn, Limited, n two-hour
train (only first-class tickets honored),
leaves Hcnolnln every Sunday ut 8:22
'I. m.; retuinlng, arrives In Honolulu
nt 10; 10 p, in, Tho Limited strpH
nnly St Peai City and Wiilnnto.
(I. I'. DENISON K. C. SMITH
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
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Commercial and Trav
elcrtLetters of Credit
issued on the Bank of
California and TKc Lon
doriHolnt Stock Bank
Correspondents lor the
American Express Com
pany and Thos. Cook &
Interest allowed on
term and SWi'ngs Bank
taus Spreckels & Co.
Claus Spreckels. W. 0. Irwin.
HONOLULU, : : : T. H.
San Francisco Agents Tho Ne
vada National llnuk of 8au Francisco.
Draw Exchange on tlio Novada Nn
tlonul Dank of Han Frnnchco.
London The Union of London and
Smith's llnuk. Ltd.
New York Amorlcan Exchange
Chicago Cora lUchnngo National
Paris Credit t.yonnals.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong'
kong Shanghai Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Bank
of New Zealand and Bank of Austra'
Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
British Noith America.
DcposltH tccclved. Loans made on
approved security. Commercial nnd
Travelers' Credits Issued. UlUs of
Exchange bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accountnd For.
The Yokohama Specie
Capital (Paid up).. Ten 24,000,000
Reserve Fund Yen 15,040,000
HEAD OFFICE. YOKOHAMA.
The bank buvt and receives for col
lection bills of exchange, issues
Drafts and letters of Credit, and
transacts a eeneral banking business.
The Bank receives Local Deposits
and Head Office Deposits for fixed pe.
local Deposits $25 and uowards
lor one year at rate of " per an
Head Office Deposits, Yen 25 and
upwards for' one-half year, one year.
two vears. or three vears nt rate of
vvo per annum.
Particulars to be obtained on am
plication. Honolulu Office 67 S, King Street,
F. 0. Box 168.
(. TOKTEDA ...Manager
AND TRUST GO.
OF HAWAII', LTD,
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL ..$200,000.00
PAID UP CAPITAL $100,000.00
President Cecil Brown
Vice President M. P, Robinson
Cashier L. T. Peck
Ofllce: Corner Fort and King Sts,
8AVING8 DEPOSITS received and
Interest allowed for yearly deposits
at tho rate of 4"s per cent, por annum,
Rules and regulations furnished up
4i2 PER CENT., compounded
semi-annually, is the rate of interest
we pay on all Savings Deposits.
Bank of Hawaii, .Ltd.
Capital, and .Surplus, $1,000,000
Will do it
Bamboo Furniture Made to Orier.
leture Framing a SkoUUt.
' 063 B. BEBXTANIA II.
BULLETIN ADR PAY -t
Uciander & Baldwin
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
H. P, Baldwin President
3. B. Castle Vice President
W. M. Alexander
....1 S' Vice Pres.
7. P. Cooke.
Third Vi' "r . , ' Miager
J. Water'-.i 7' ti'trer
E. E.'Patot . -y
W. 0. Smith '..
J. R. Oalt....' P:r
W. R. Castle.., "etc
SUGAR FAcrn .
COMMISSION ERCHA 1 1 who
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co,
Haiku Suear Company.
Maui Agiicultural Company.
Hawaiian Sufar Company.
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 Sugar Co., Ltd.
Fulton Iron Works of St. Louis
Blake Steam Pumps .
Babcock & Wilson Boilers
Green's Fuel Economizers
March Steam Pumps
tfitson Navigation Co.
Planters' Line Shipping Co.
C. Brewer & Co,, Ltd.
QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU, T. &
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Onomea
Sugar Co., Hononiu Sugar Co., Wat
luku Sunar Co., Pepeekeo Sugar Co.
Kapapala Ranch, Thcmat Pineapple
LI8T OF OFFICERS!
E. F. Bishop!. President; George
Robertson, ''VicePresident and Man.
sger; W. W. North, Treasurer and
Secretary; Geo.lt. Carter. Auditor: P.
C. Jones, C. H. Cooke, J. R. Gait and
R. A. Cooks, Doctors.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Royal Insur. Col of Liverpool, En?.
Commercial Union Assurance Co.,
Ltd., of London England.
Scottish Union & National Ins. Co.
of Edinburgh, Scotland.
The Upper Rhine Ins. Co., Ltd.
The London Assurance Corporation.
Caledonian Insurance Co.
Bcrgstrom Brothers, '
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 SUngewald Bldf.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
David A. Dowsett
Real Estate and Insurance,
W03 Judd Bldg. '2nd Woor.
HI. PHILLIPS & CO.
Wholesale Imnorters and 'Jobbers.
AMERICAN DRY GOODS
FORT and 0.UEEN STS.
OF ALL KTDDI.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN ft ROBINSON.
lueen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
BOOTH AT POULTRY
Promise of New Island Industry Is
Vividly Illustrated by 'Samples
of Cotton Grown 'Here Growers
to Select Seed With Great Care
' and Plant Well Apart.-
One ot the iiiont. Intel eutlng ex
hibits ut the N. O. II. nniiorj'.Jw hero
tho fifth unmiul iioultr"Vhav;s Uo,-.
1 1. r,-hold, Is the Tedf-rnl Kicrtinclitnt
i.iutlun'8 1i(,olli or llnwallau-Brown
idtldii. There lire snluplo Ijolles,
locks, nnd Bt'eil nf Uplntid, Kgyptlun,
Carnonlca nnd Sea Inland; also bulk
lint if tlieso four tjpes.
The Carnvonlcn 1h ,n perennial,
yielding tlio bocoiul and third jcar,
while (Ii9 Sea lHlund U rather nil nn
nunl and linn potulbllltle n n peren
nial and Jlelds a eund crop the first
J ear. Tho Sea Island has nhva.VH
been growing as an annual In v
Southern States, but In the mild ell
mate of Ilnwnll It carries over to the
second and even the third year. Sea
iBlnnd Ik tho hlghcst-prlred cotton In
the market, Its price being from 2o
iB cents per pound, while Canuon
lca fetches culy 15-23 cents per
The Southern Upland yields heav
ily, hut' Is low priced, ranging from
10-1." cents per pound. Tho Kgyp
tlan Is another promising variety for
Hawaii. It Is u hrown-tlntod cotton,
of which the United -Stales Import
ed tomo SIC, 000,000 worth In 190S.
Its nvciage price Is 2D cents per
pound. It Is a very promising vnrl
cty, having yielded 11s prollflriilly as
any of, the many varieties of cotton
uiai iiau ueen lesiea nt the local
l'cdcial Kxpcrlmentnl Station.
Aside from these, some twenty
other vnrletles of lotton were grown
during the past year. These may all
bo grouped under Upland, Carnvon
lcn , Sea Island and Kgyptlnu. Prom
tho Upland, three distinct tjpes nave
been produced Itogcrs' Dig Doll,
Triumph and Chinese "KIre." Trom
the Egyptian the threo'types pro
duced are Jilt Ann. Mlt Add No. 2
nnd Ashmounl. The Caravonlca
types ure Wool, 'Silk 2 and Kidney;
while the Seu Islund Is split up Into
three types, vl.: Senluook, Florida
A Good Type.
One of the best Upland types Is
Triumph, n standard Southern Stnlo
variety of which Japan could use un
limited quantities. In fact, they ul-
jeady le 20,000 bales, of COO pounds
To jk hale, annually. Samples of tuls
ariety grown In Hawaii, and which
were submitted to Japan, weo pro
Jimmied by cotton experts of tho
I'lowery Kingdom as tho finest Up
lund they hud ever seen.
Of the Caravonlca type, tho so-
called wool variety Is doubtless the
Lbest so far developed, nlthougli the
silk vurloty gives promlso with fur
ther development. Tho Sea Island
type contains many strains, the best
of which produce fiber two inches,
nnd oor In length. It Is ery line,
lias great sti,cngth and u peculiar
silken sheen, which Is specially
adapted for lino threads nnd luce
making nnd Is tho Kind used for
In the Sen Islands, which nro sit
uated oft the coast of South Caro
lina, entire crops are contracted for
at from flO-90 ccntB per pound. Tho
nverurte price for good Sea Islnnd
cotton is 35 cents per pound.
Tho Kgyptlun cottons produce a
blown line of good length and
stiength, and nre supposed to have
been derived from the Sea Island. It
Is In special demand for high-grade
goods, although Inforlor to the Sea
In tho lorn! Federal Kxporlmentnl
Stutlou'H. trials. Individual plants
huve outjlelded all other sorts. A
number of plunts have produced over
::oo holies per plant, which Is eaulv-
alcnt to 2 1-2 pounds Becd cotton.
The experiments thus far conducted
woiiiu seem to place the choice va
lletles umong Caravonlca, Sen Island
and Egyptian. Tho former evident
ly Is the greatest drought leslster.
owing to Its deep loot, ponetrntlons.
Ilelng of tree form, Caravonlca re
quites considerable room for Its full-
eat development, The plants should
ho sot four feet by eight feet, or even
live feet by ten feet apart. Kvery
alternate plant should be removed
the fecond jear. This would give
700-800 plants to the acre, as.agulnst
3000 plants of tha other varieties,
which ai e bet two Mid u half by five
It Is of tho utmost Imnoitnnce
mui mmerinr siinins. 1. e.. mirn
stock, selected for quality andprod'
uctlvlty, be' sown; to'nfo'fow other
crops deteriorate or are contnmlnat
ed more leudlly t.hnn Is. cotton. Two
or more dlfeient uuletlcs khould
never ho planted together, becnuse
of danger fiom cioss pollination
brought ubout by Insecis.
The most successful grower will
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
I'AZO OINTMBNT is guaranteed
to euro any case pf Itching, Blind,
Weeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to
14 days or money refunded. Made by
I'AKIS MEDICIM5 CO., Saint Louis,
U, S.ofA. '
WILL COMBAT DISEASE
- 6k1 SCIENTIFIC LINES
Git- to Be Laid Out in .Districts
Under Control of Subcommittees
Resolutions of Campaign Car
ried With Enthusiasm Work
soon Under wayi
Tho plans for fighting the diead
illsetiso, tnliercnlOHls, as framed by tho
sup committee of the Anti-tuberculosis
Cuniiiilttco of this city and Is carried
Into effect should make every microbe
or that species hunt Its hole In short
At a meeting of tho Aiitl-tiiberculosls
Committee, held yesterdny afternoon
at which wcio present J. 1 Cooke, J,
11. Oait. Ilr. llrlnckcrhorf, Mrs. W. K.
Trear, V. H. Cnstlo, Dr. l'rntt. Father
vaionun, ur. Ilndglns, A. V. T. Dot
toinley, J. A. Ilnth, I)r. Sinclair and
Ilr. Ilobdy. the report of thn milkpnin.
mlttee was toady and approved by the
Tho reiiort of tho nnli-rominltleo,
winch was ready by Dr. Hobdy, was
quite lengthy, going Into the finest of
iietnns in tho modo of procedure nee
essnry to inakn n telling and success
fill fluht nunltiHt llm .llBnii,.
'"The principal work nt tho meeting
jesterdoy afternoon was tho establish
ing of sub-comnilltees and detailing
lo.uiem tho uncial parts of tho cril
sade (o he taken tin.
KcsnliitlmiH wen, mn.lo ,,n,i n,lr.i
whereby thi clly is to bu dlvjilcd Intr.
districts mid wuids, mer, which ap
pointed sub-comnilttees wll'l bo placed.
The cniitialgn ngatust the disease,
ns laid out by tho Antl-tiihorculosls
Committee Is a most effective health
The last naracranli nr llm o..i.,..
mltteo'H rciKirt canles tho Clcctlto
measure of tho fight. It rends: "The
campaign against tuberculosis calls
for tho combined offorto of n wlBe
government, well rtnlncd physlchim
inn an inieillgent people."
Those of tho Biib-cominltteo were
las. A. Ilnth. C. Ilobdy and A. 0
i.illUI,, Kauai, Jan. 8. Miss
r.uilly Kicc was the lu.sili.uo inii ., 1..1..
at on Informal dance given In honor
of two of her visitors, M3 Knther
lllo Kenton Of Kohnln nn.l xti. 1
Hn I'nrsons of Santa Itosa, Cullforni.i.
tin r..Hnw. .. .... . '. '
-..- ...,., i wiioui is leaving py
the Klnau tonight for Honolulu.
The guests of honor wero both
roommutes of Miss Wee while the
latter was In nttcnriiin,.,. .., mih..
Seminary, recently, nn.l i.,,, i.
cnjojlng 11 short visit heio nt imle-
nnni. ncr resident 0 In Llhtte.
, 1 no uuuir wus partly in the na
ture of n fuiewell to JIIbs Itcntoii,
who exec8 to tnU the Alumeda
next week for San Francisco, where
she will be married thlu mm.11, ,
Thomas Kolph of that city.
Miss lMrsons. the other guest or
honor, will lemaln In IJI1110 until
Among tho guests, besides the two
visitors, were Mr. and Mrs. n.
Itlce, the parents or Mlsa aim. u..
and Mrs. II. Kohrlg. Miss Lottie Jor-
unn, Miss Mnrgnrct McCljmont, Miss
Lulu Weber, Mr. nnd Mrs. V. II.
Itlce Jr., Hon. nnd Mis. Charles A.
Wee, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. nice, nnd
Messrs. K. T. 1. WaterliOuse. .I'ler
pont 8. Morgnn, Allen Wilcox,
William Coney, K. do Luccy, C. S
Dole. Philip Itlce und Dr. Fied (,ood
f el low.
Tho I.llnin Oulntet rinii i.n.u. ,,.
able leadership of John Mnllna, dls-
..".. ci ,to music during mo even
ing, to the strains: nr wiiink .
dancers among the guests enjoyed
me mazes 01 uio' waltz nnd twostep
on the large front lanai, and after
wards refrCsmonts or icn nrum ,
cake were served, to the nccoinpanl
ment or music from Mr. Itlco's
new victor phonograph.
, , . 1 .
AT THE HQTEL8.
Ml. nnd Mrs. w. 11 pni, t o-i.
field Uanacks and A. XV. names
nro guests at the Young. Mrs. W r
MoDfmau nnd Mrs. a. in...k '...'
stopping nt tho Hoyal Hawaiian.
A man's enli ii,n'i m.i......i.,
embitter hi nro
n it 11 :i a u 1: a
no 110 who selects his seed stocks i
most cmerully, by selecting seed
fiom tho most proline plitnts unit
those producing the best hlier joar
nftpr year. In this way n mnrked
Impiovement will im nnii....i in n ,
Eencrntlons. The careful observer t
Bine to find the exceptional Individ.
uul plant. Seed from this Bhoni.i i,n
giown separately and belcctlons
again made from its iirogcny. Knch
succeeding geneintloiLbolng Isolllteil,
tllUS U IHire-bred nedlirien kIaoI. ,..!.'
ucqiue, which may euslly double the
jieni ami quality of unsolccted utoclt.
It has been d,mmwt-nt..i , .
n doubt that a superior quality of
totton can ho giown In Hawaii, aood
llelds huvo been obtained experi
mentally, hut largo commercial
ptaiithiKH ure jet needed to demon
strate Its economic production.
A Linih blTTtRS
.for the stomach will be
of great benefit to
anyone, when it is
weak and Enable to
do its work properly,
thus causing- the blood
to become poor. But
be sure it is
Then you have the
best and purest thai
science can produce.
For over M vears it
has been proving its
merit in cases of Bloating-,
For sale by Iionson, Smith & Co.,
Ltd.; Holllster Drug Co., Ltd.;
Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.; Illlo Drug
Co.; nnd at all Wholesale Liquor
S0CIEDADE PORTUGUEZA DE ST.
ANTONIO BENEFICIENTE DE
Notlco is heieby glyen that tho
above-named Miclctv. nt Itu minimi
meeting, held In Honolulu on tho
4th of December ultimo, elected tho
followlllir Oflifettt r,,r thn mm. 1 1I I rt
Bald oUlcers having iissunicd tho re-
sponsioiiiiy of olllic on tho 10th In
stant: M. C. l'ncheco President
Julio P. Kego Vice-President
Louis It. Mcdclros Secretary
Manuel It. Iilsho Treasurer
Board .of Directors.
II. Perelra. ehalrinan- a. i n.
Conea, secretary; John I, Sllvclrn,
Crlno Almeldu, Manuel S. Kalus.
Board of Auditors.
Joso Castuno. Ernesto l. AithIjip
nnd Antonio L. Perelra.
LOUIS It. MKDKIUOS.
Honolulu, January il, 1910.
Nntlco Is hereby clvon Hint Mr.
W. F. Wilson, vvhoie oinco Is In tho
building on Fort street lntoly occu
pied by this comnsnv. 1 .nrnhnri-,,..!
to receive all hills payable to thin
company, nnd that ho Is tho only
person holding such nuthorlty In
addition to the duly appointed treas
uier of tho company.
WM. O. HtWIN & CO., LTD.
lly Its Second Vlro President,
W. M. (HFFAltD.
Honolulu, January 3d, 1910.
The troublesome bulb on
cameras is being- replaced by
the new Ifl'lfll
ANTIN0US METALLIC '
It is small and compact,
never fails to act, nnd is un
affected by climntc.
Call and sec them nt
'-' I-. .
Photo Supply Co.,
Fort Street "
"The Finest Bathinc on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES. LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
w. ii. uzuuiN, Proprietor.
Meat Market and Importers. ti
C Q. Yee Hop & Co.
1&J CURE YOURSELF?
URES U Cm nig a for n'nii.lirtt
si m dkvsu B Ji-. ... . ..
Mm . . IrrltAtluIl. ..r i.ln...,
THtEflN i ChCUIC ICO lC """""I' .U'llll.rDf.
l auuri o .MMO l'nli, un.l not uUla
Kola hj llrunutju.
1 Circular mui on riorf
185 editorial rooms 25C bud
ness office. These aro the telephone
lumbers of the Bulletin office.