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k-VKHINO HtllXWTIN. HONOLtoLU T. II., TUESDAY, JAN. IS.lISU),
Oceanic Steamship Company
Time Table S.S. Alameda
The steamers of this line will arrive and lcac this port as hereunder:
Leave S. F.
Connects nt Honolulu with C. A. Line, leaving Honolulu for Aus
tralia Jan. 8, 10 and every 28 3ay.
" C. Brewer- & Co,, Ltd.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP
Steamers of the rvbove companies will
on or about the dates
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA:
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
H. Hackfeld & Co., L'd, Agents
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steameis rf the above line run nil g In connection with the CANAD
IAN PACIHC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, D. C, and 8ydney, N.
S. W., and calling at Victoria, 0. C, Honolulu ard Suva, FIJI, and Bris
bane, are DUE AT HONOLULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.:
FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA:
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canadi United States and
Europe. For Frleght and Passage and all oencnl Information, apply to
. THEO II. DAVIES & CO., LTD.. OENERAL AGENTS.
Matson Navigation Company
fl BETWEEN SAN-FRANCISCO AND HONOLULU
From San Francisco For San Francisto
S. S. Hilonian Tan 19 . S. S. Lurline Jan. 18
S. S. Lurline .Feb OS. S. Hilonian Jan. 23
S. S. Wilhelmina Feb. 16
S. S. Lurline. . ...r. . ....March 0
S. S. Wilhelmina. :....March-18
S. S. Lurline April 0
For further particulars, apply t
CASTLE & COOKE, LTD.,
v fi i ir i, -
From New York to Honolulu via Jehunntcpcc every sixth day. Freight
recehe'd'nt all times at the Company's vvhaif, 41st Street, South,
FROM SAN FRANCISCO TO HONOLULU:
S. S. ALASKAN, via PuReUSound. to tail JAN. 00, 16 days in transit
S. S. ARIZONAN, vin Pupct Sound, to sail FEB. 11, 10 days in transit
S. S. NEYADAN. diiect, to sail FEB. 12, 7 days in transit
S. S. VIRGINIAN, via PuRct Sound, to sail FEB. 23. 16 days in transit
FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA TO HONOLULU DIRECT:
S. S. COLUMBIAN, to sail .... JAN. 20
S. S. ALASKAN, to sail FEB. 7
S. S. ARIZONAN, to sail FEB. 10
FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRANCISCO DIRECT:
S. S. NEVADAN carrying passengers to sail JAN. 29
For further information apply to ,H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
C. P. MORSE. General Freight Agent.
HUSTACE - PECK CO., LTD
63 QUEEN STREET
5 '7 I
Estimates given on all kinds of Braying, Teaming, Road Buildinf,
Excavating, Filling, ,
Firewood. CoaL Waianae Sand For Sale.
, . ,
B. F. DILLINflHAJR CO
LIMITED, , -
General Agent (or Hawal): f
Atlas Assurance Company of,Londpn.
jNjw York Underwriters' Agency.,
Providence Washington Insurance Co.
H4DiS'iOOR' stanqcnWald bldg.
""Ti" LIFE INSURANCE T"
i Is not a Luxury; It Is a Necessity.
But you Must have the1 BEST
, snd that Is provided by the famous
and most equitable Laws of Massa,
chusetts, )n the .
New England Mutual
OF BOSTON, MAaSACHUQETTS.
If you would be fully informed aoout
these jaws, address
Castle & Cooke,
HONOLULU, T. H.0. P. DtNISOK
Anive S. F.
Co. & 10Y0 K1SEN KaISHA
arrive nt Honolulu and leave port
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
cuin ....... j.
MAVCIIUItlA JAN. 21
.JiAicunA ran. i
S. S. Lurline Feb. 15
S. S. Wilhelmina Feb. 24
f. S. Lurline March 15
. S. Wilhelmina March 26
S. S. Lurline April 12
General Agents, Honolulu
I'or Waianae, Waialua, Kahuku end
Way Stations 0:J5 a m , 'JO p. in
Tor Ti-arl City, la Mill und Way
Stations 17:30 a. in. 0:15 n. m.
"11:05 a. in, '2:15 p. m , 3i20 p. m.,
5:15 p. m , i9:S0 p. m, fll:00 p. m.
for Wahlawu "0:15 a. m. and.
5.15 p. m.
A'rrlvu Honolulu from Kahuku,
Wnlnlua nud Walauao 8:30 a. m..
5:31 p. m.
Arrive !a Honolulu from Ewa Mill
and Pearl City t7:4C n. m, &:3G
a. in, 'lOUS a. m 1:40 p. ra.,
4:31 p m , 6:31 p., in., '7:30 p. m.
Arrive' Honolulu f-om WaUlawa '
StSii h, in, and S:51 p.'m
t I'x, HuiKny.
t Buudiiy Only,
Tho Halelna Limited, a (wo-liuur
train (only first clasy tickets honored)
Jlravcs Honolulu octy Sunday ut 8:22
m.; fetiirnliiK, arrltes In Honolulu
t 10:10 l n. m. Thn l.lmlloil stons
I only ( at I'carl City and WaUnac, ,
t t; U1IITII
'WTAILUNXD II 1811.
BISHOP L CO.
Commercial and Trav
elers' Letters of Credit
issued on the Bank of
California and The Lon
don Totnt Stock Bank
Correspondents lor the
American Express Com
pany and Thos. Cook &
tntcresi allowed on
term and Swings Bank
, aib apsecKcib & U.
Ctaut Spreskels. W. 0. Irwin.
HONOLULU, : : : T. H.
San Francisco Agents Tho Ne
vada National Hank of Sao Francisco.
Draw Exchange on tlio Nuvada Nu
tlonul Bank of San Kranclfx-o.
London 'Uio Union ot London And
Smith's lljnk, M1.
New York American Exchangu
Chicago Cora Kichango National
Paris Credit Ljonmln.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong
kong Shanghai Hanking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Bank
ot Now Zealand anl Dank of Austin
Victoria and Vancouver Dank of
Drltlsh Not tli America.
Deposits locelvcd. Loam mado on
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Dills of
Exchange bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
The Yokohama Specie
CanitsJ (Paid no) . .Yen 24.000.000
Beserve Fund Yen 15,940,000
HEAD OFFICE. YOKOHAMA.
The bank buys and receives for col
lection bills of exchange, issues
Drifts and Letters of Credit, and
transacts a general banking business.
The Bank receives Local Deposits
anJ Head Office Deposits for fixed pe
riods. Local Denosits S25 and upwards
for one year at rate of 4 per an
Head Office Deposits. Yen 25 and
upwards for ne-half year, one year,
two vears. or three years at rate of
4V per annum.
Particulars to b; obtained on ap
plication. Honolulu Office 67 S. King Street.
P. 0. Box 168.
M. TOKEEDA i Manager
AND TRUST GO.
OF HAWAII, LTD,
8UB6CRIE.ED CAPITAL ..$200,000.00
PAID UP CAPITAL $100,00000
President Cecil Brown
Vice President M. P. Robinson
Cashier L. T. peck
Offlco: Corner Fort and Kins Sis.
SAVINGS DEP03ITS received and
Interest allowed for yearly doposlta
at (ho rato of 4',4 nor cent, r.or annum.
Uulop and regulations furnished u li
on application. ,1
4V2 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' Oritr,
Pictnre' Framing a 8Kcii!ty. '
563 8. BERETANIA II,'
BULLETIN AD8 PAY
Isxaader & Baldwin
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
5P, Baldwin President
B. Caslle Vice President
W. M. Alexander.
J) P. Cooke.
, Third Vi' '
J. Water' ..
E. E. Pacini
W. 0. Smith
J. K. Gait ...
T 4 'irer
HUBAR FACfUi ,
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co,
Haiku Sugar" Company.
Maui 'Agricultural Company.
Hawaiian Swar Company,
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Kahului Railroad Company,
Haleakala Ranch Company,
(.site ' Cooke, Lie
Honolulu, T. H.
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MER.
CHANT. 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
Sabcock'& Wilson Boilers
Green's Fuel Economizers
March Steam Pumps
Mttson Navigation Co.
Planters' Line Shipping Co.
C. Brewer & Co.. Ltd.
QOEEN STREET, HONOLULU, T. K.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Onomea
8ugr Co, Honomu Cugir Co, Wal
lukU 8ugar CO , Pepeekeo Sugar Co.
Kapapala Ranch," Thomas Pineapple
LIST OF OFFICERS:
E, F. Bishop, President; George
Robertson, Vice President and Man
ager; W. W. North, Treasurer and
occrciary, u.o. n. vancr, Muuuor; r.
C. Jones, C. H.- Cooke, J, R, Gait and
R:A. Cooke, Clrectors.
AGENTS FOR TUB . '
Royal Insnr. Co. of Liverpool, Eng,
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.
Teiritorial Board of
Office 403 Btangewald Bids;.
Public Utility Bonds
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
Charles A. Stanton.
Room 38 Alexander Yenne Building
Honolulu, T. H.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
David A. Dowsett
Real Estate and Insurance,
203 Judd Bldp;. 2nd' Floor.
' . 'of'aix mroi.
1 DEALERS IN LUMB11.
ALLEN 'ft ROBINSON.
Sneen Street ;: ;: :: Hoholula.
January 22,-1910, 8 p.m.
Corner Bethel and Hotel
TICKETS , $1.00
To Be Had of Members of the Club
HAWAIIAN WERA HOUJE
lMabelle Biggart, b.a.
Of New York City
"THE SUNSHINE PREACHER"
More widely known as "Dinah the
Preacher," wilL present her own In
terpretative Dramatization ot
TUESDAY, JANUARY 18,' 8:15
Part of proceeds to Central Com-
Mf I & A nil taim 1 Mail m TStnH
TICKETS on Sale nt Bergstrom
PRICES, SI, 75c, GOc. Balcony
Tickets to Students, special rates,
Fort Street Below Beretania
Tk: Wonders of
"The Greatest Scenic Pictnre 'Ever
Views of Twin Falls and' Shoshone
MISS' VICTORIA ORVILLE, Vocalist
MR! WALTER STANTON,
Prices 5, 10, 15 and 25 Cents
Grand Concert of Opera
Monday and Tuesday
Cor. Nuuanu and Pauahi Streets.
THE NEW RECRUIT
The Popular 'Soubrette
NO INCREASE IN PRICES
NEW DANCE -HALL
Knkui St., 'near Nuuanu.
Open every night except Monday
Good Musio by Kawaihau Glee Club.
Excellent floor arrangement.
Admission 10c. Ladies Free.
Pau Ka Hana
The soap that does the work.
'At all Grocers.
Bulletin Business' Office' Phone 258
bulletin Editorial Room FnontlBo'.
INSPECTORS MAY BE
APPOINTED FOR ISLANDS'
.,. ,. . ... '. .j ... ' I
jung ana wooa .may unanjre, naces
f raveling iuicnens ana x,x-j
perts From Beard of Agricultnre,lc
.may icacn xoung iomeswe
Science. ' '
, Tho honid ot commissioners of
public Instruction ended Its scml
nnmnfl mcctliiR cslcrday afternoon.
Owlnp to the fact that 90))' a bare
quorum vns present, no definite ac
tion was taken, 'and tho meeting lull
Rcncral discussed the school sltua
Hon urn! tho contemplated chances,
n the wording of the present bdiool
laws and regulations.
Commissioner Alton was of the
opinion that lutcr-lsluml Inspectors
should bo appointed to look nftcr the
different schools In (ho Severn) cir
cuits, If u early Incrcaso In tnhry
h (o he made to tho teachers. Mr.
Aiken Is not very keen on tcichcrs
having 10 pass examinations, liilils
opinion many teachers arc proficient
in the nit of tculilng, but aro 1111
11I1I0 to pass nn rxaminatton, while
many teachers who nro nlito to pasa
examinations liavo not tho ability to
teach. It will be ono4o the duties
of these Inter-island Inspectors to
ninko n round of the different schools
lu their particular circuit and note
just lint cucticrs are pioflclcnt in
the art of tcnchlng who are mulilo
(o pnss exninliiatloiis
Under the hcaditiR, "Satisfactory
Service." It wus suggested b Super
intendent I'opo that " tcachcis and
principals of elementary schools
claiming Increase of salary on thn
basts of the sabtr schedulo, must
produce eldenco that tho pupils
under their Instruction lu the grado
or school are proficient In the sub
J6:ts of tho course of study as re
quired by tho grade or school. Mr.
Pope said (hat ho thought the word
"efficient" should bo substituted In
placo of "satisfactory"' service.
One ot tho chlof topics for discus
sion was tho question of summer va
catjon salaries. As the rule now
stands, teacheis who are In the scr-J'1
Mco of the uepaitment at the c.bse
of the summor term shall bo entitled
to as many tenths of their rcspcctUc
salaries for July nnd August an they
havo taught mouths during tiio
school year, Hut teachers whoso
connection with tho department has
been nocro before the clore ot tho
summer tonn shall not be entitled to
nny salary for Jul) or August, un
less they hac taught at least two
terms (of the current j car,. (, '
1 Mrs. Commissioner Wilcox thoughl
that this nilo was hardly Just to
teachers who had done 'faithful ser
vice for several sears, and wero
obliged Jo forfeit their wicatlon sal
ury Wause "thoy left bofoio theclbsfe
ofr tho' puinmor teun, utthough icy.
inignt nfio, worKei for several
liionths previous -to tho closlhg of
the fdiool 'for tho summer vacation.
As Mrs. Wilcox pointed out, a ma
llhlnl icachcr comes In' nnd caches
school for' only tyo months before
tho cl 060 ot tho summer term nnd Is
ontltted to draw two-tonths of her
vacation salary, while a teacher of
several tears'1 service whoNuaj have
taught for several months a in! leaven
before tho closo ot tho summer term
has ta'fOrfcit all vacation salarj.
! Commissioner Molr was of jtho
opinion that all teachers should he
paui tuoir vitiation salaries cacn
h.Vs"wo hf br-h-uS'?. -'--W WW. AU
, .... ., .,.., .Increase of 3027 promotions repre-
1111 Incrcaso of ono tenth ot their run-
ular sularyv It would obviate hav
ing, to keep separate bets of bools,
and' tlio teachers would not' huveto
rcbort1 to 11 if uianntr of sihemes'to
get their vacation salaries In tho
event of 'their going to tho malnjand
or mi) other trlps which would 'pre
vent them from g'olng,ln person' to
ilrpw their vacation money.
n tho matter ot appointing sub
stitute teachers in' placo of regular
teacheis vUio may bo Absent on leave
or through sickness. Mrs, WUcox did
not consider It right that tho sub,-'
stltuto should receive only two,
thfrds of tho rcgulai teacher's pay,
whtlo tho teacher, though absent, re
ceived the remaining one-third. As
tho rule nbw stands, .substitute
teachers aro paid at tho ratp of $2
por day, fqr less than llvo'daja or
LOiitlnuous sorvlec, iiuf.a teacher, for
good and sufllclcnt icason, such ns
Illness, death In the fahill), etc,, bo
granted a leave of absence for not
moro than thrco mouths. in suih
cases the uumo of tho .teacher to
whom suth leuvo is grunted mu) ro
und n on tho paj roll, he or bho pa)
Ing 11 substitute to bo appointed thy
the department, tho substitute .re
ceiving two-thirds of tho regular
Commissioner Aiken tatcd thntlbo
was not In favor of employing teach
cih from tho mainland. Maii) tuiih
era tiom thu t'oasl upul) for pos
(fbiiu l;i ocpl jSlIiooIs 'and 'hose on
the othtr Islands. 'I In-) Jutt want
to'Loiuo to thcbo Islands to cu them
and taku up timporary work which
will moro than pay them for their
trip. They ore not conversant with
local conditions and "are" not as we)l
adapted to teach as High School
Eradiates ,of 4the 'lerrltory.
ConunUtloner Molr siatcd that h6
for the stomach will be
of great beneli to
anyone, when ft is
weak and unable Jo
do its work properly,
thus causing the blood
to become poor. Bat
be sure it is
Then yon have the
best and purest that
science can produce.
For over M SMUaJit ,
merit in cases oITlloat
ing, Poor Appetite,
Indigestion, 'C6stivenesi,vi -and
For sale by, Benson, Smith" & Co...
Ltd.; Holllstor" Drug Co, Ltd.;
Chambers Drug Co , .Ltd.; Hllo Drug
Co.; and at all Wholesale Liquor
had received a letter from a parly
of Japanese students nskiiiR that tho
schooihousc at Papnlkoit be put nt
their disposal after school hours Mr.
Molr was not In favor of any such
proposition, iie thought that a
precedent should not bo set up. If
tho schooihouso were put nt their
disposal, the should bo mado to pay
for tlio Instira'n'co ,6n ,tho building;
and bo made to clean It out nt tho
end of' each day. A Japanese would
moro than likely bo taught In pref
eicnco to English, Mr. Molr failed
to sco how tho community would
be bencl.ted by any such plan.
. . ... .. I,.. I.. l,n
mo county nas on ciuny u m
school buildings In qucbtlon and this
matter should bo referred to them.
As Mr. Molr remarked", there Is no
outlet for tho Japanese here; thoy
wnnt an 'education and when they
havo accumulated Blifflclent monoy
they lcao tho Territory and sehlo
down J 11 their own country.
Superintendent Popo thought that
,"'""" "" " x ,Z"" Klne
? ' d ' '" $&
14 .- ....I.I I. a - .,! I .Inn in llUVH
umiihu ,.,., ... .. ---
change would benefit both, as thoy
would bo enabled to faiulllnrlza
themselves with existing conditions,
and" the needs of tho various dis
tricts. Commissioner Aiken was In faor
,of leaching students domestic sci
ence by having a traveling kitchen,
...Ik.. ' V1 .? -." A...IIAM., ...Ii.h l(
Willi a OIHII 01 quniiuu kolubio
this branch, sent round to cacli
school. Commissioner Molr thought
that tho Hoard of Agriculture ougnc
first to send some ofthelr experts to
tho different schools to teach tho
students how toTgrbw vegetables bo
that they would have something to
cook when the traveling Kitchen
Tho lloaid or rubllc Instruction
has'dradn njin cry comprehen
sive tabic of statistics shdwlng tho
distribution of pupils n the differ
ent tgrqdes. At the' end of Deccni
lier, 1008, thcro wcro 19,174 stu
dents being taught throughout tho
city. These cmbrnco tho Ndrmal and
High" and tho'stddents from tho first
to tho eighth grades ' At the end ot
Deceinu'erj' 1909, theic wero 19,823
students, an Increase of 349 over tho
previous ' car. Tho cost to thoTor-
rltnry of putting a pupil thioughouo
crmlp. nf rni iltni? tn thn rolirsn of
sents, theiVforc, lu ' increased effi
cient), a value .'of H3jG.012.G0 u,
Tho meeting was brought to 11
conclusion wl'th the rending ot a let
ter 'of apprcclatlbn, by CoiuinUsloncr
Aiken, 'at tho .into 'Superintendent
nnhbltt'ttil's'iifendldv, wof 1C 'In connec
tlon with thhigh iost he had fill
ed to tho biUisractlon 'of nil. Thin
lottor took tho' forftl 'of a rcbolutlon
of niinrcclutton 'nlid wnu adonted I)
tho hoard and paccd on tho minuted,
n cop) of sumc being duly forwaruca
to Mp Uabbltt. j
The Itch Gone, the Skin Soothed and
Instant rtcllcr'fronfthut Itch.
A1 few drops of a. soothing 'liquid
And the itch is gono hh if hv'.maglc.
Just a drop of twerem' tho'Ktdn and
no mora ot tfiut toriunkV.vndlebS,
norvo rucklnB.UcliRllrtKift j
Can )ou ImasliurlrW tt'ln feel
that Itching agony snoit aWay In a
You can know the rolln If you jbst
try tho simple ,romoil,-f simplest or
oxternal liquid rcmcdlen oil of win
tcrgnen as comiKiundcd lu 1). D. D.
Wo positively 1iow that It allov
latpa tlio, I tell1 InuiMlitcl) wo vouch
for this and giiaranfca It fur w0 havo
oeoi) It iibed In too many (uses, and
the' cures Hut follow, ui Tar as, wo
know,' seem to bo permanent. Hono
lulu Drug Co. llort street.
tfow York city Is to spend lj0,
opp for improvement!! in Its ilra
alarm system. ,.