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rvT.Hrin nnM,rriN. ttonomtui. t. h.. Saturday, jan. 2i. loin.
fceanic Steamship Company
Kibe steamers of thii line will arrive
Mleave S. F. Arrive Hon. leave Hon.
FJAN. 22 JAN. 28 JAN. 12
mi ran. 2
'Connects at Honolulu with C.
ilia Jan. 8, 10 and every 28 days.
C. Brewer & Co Ltd.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP
fc Steamers nf the nbovo Cnuip-ililcg
tills Tort mi or tibout llio Uiles nicntluiicd below:
F TMVn Hntinlnlii Vnr flripnr.
NIPPON MAUI' JAN. 25
iMllERIA JAN. 31
.CHINA- KKII. 8
IMANCHrUIA I'KII. II
CIIIYO MAUI TED. 22
RsiA MAIL 2
IMONIIOLIV MAIL U
VIIINYO MAUI MAIL 22
For furtlicr lnf(niintIon imply
H. Hackfeld &
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers rf the above line runnlf.g In connection with the CANAD
IAN, PACIHO RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, D. C, and Sydney, N.
S. W., and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Suva, Fiji, and Bris
bane, are DUE AT HONOLULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.:
tfOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA:
MOANA FEB. 6
MAKUILV mil. 25
MAIl'AI MAIL 2:.
Through Tickets Issued Iron Honolulu to Canada United 8tatea and
Europe. For Frleght and Pas.ige and
THEO H. DAVIES & CO.,
Matson Navigation Company
BETWEEN SAN FRANCISCO AND HONOLULU
From San' Francisco
Hilonian Jan 19
Lurline. .' Feb 0
Vilhelmina Feb. 10
Lurlino March 'J
Wilhelmina March 18
Lurline -. .April 6
For further particulars, apply to
CASTLE & COOKE, LTD.,
From New York to Honolulu via Tehuantepec every sixth day. Freight
received at an times at the Company's whan, 41st Street, South
'i'KUM HAM FKANCISCO TO HONOLULU;
K' S. S. ALASKAN, via Puget Sound, to sail JAN. 30, 10 days in transit
1 S. S. ARIZONAN, via Puget Sound, to sail FEB. 11, 16 days in transit
If S U WrVATIAM .liroot f .oil TPP 1fl 7 J10 in -anif
L' c c iriT?nTT.Ti ait .1. d .t c..j
I" FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA TO
f S. S. ALASKAN, to sail.'
Jf J3. S. ARIZONAN. to sail
S. S. V1KUIN1AN. to sail MAK. 3
FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRANCISCO DIRECT:
,'S. S. NEVADAN carrying passengers to sail FEB. 21
For further information applv
HUSTACE - PECK CO., LTD
WIS QUEEN STREET
Estimates given on all kinds of
Firewood. Coal. Waianae Sand For Sale.
IB: F. DILLINGHAM CO
General Anent for Hawaii:
fMtUs Assurance Company of London.
Nw York Underwriters' Agency.
Providence Washington Insurance Co.
4thFLOOR, STANGENWALO BLDG.
LIFE INSURANCE "
Is not a Luxury; It Is a Necessity.
U, am van Must h.-w. h nraT
!nd that Is provltlea jy the famous
Irtand 'mott equitable !.aws of Massa
(Pehusetts, In the
New England Mutual
Iflife Insurance Co,.
fur uuaiun, maafti,Musti i o.
Iffyou would be fully Informed about
Pthese laws, address
Castle ft Cooke,
HONOLULU, T. H,
and leave this port as hereunder:
Arrive 8. F.
A. line, leavinc Honolulu for Aus-.
Co.. & TOYO K1SEN KAISHA
will CiiUnt HONOLULU anil Loavc
T.pnvi Hnnnlnlu Vnr S TV
MANCHURIA JAN. 21
CIIIYO SIAUU JAN. 28
ASIA FED. 4
MONGOLIA MAY 7
TENYO MA11U TEH. 25
KOHEA MAIL 6
NIPPON MAHU MAIL 19
SIIIEItIA MAIL 2G
Co., Lfd, Agents
MAKURA FER. 1
MA1TAI PER. 14
M.VHAMA MAR. 14
all general Information, apply to
ITD.. GENERAL AGENTS.
For San Francisco
S. S. Lurline Jan.
S. S. Hilonian Jan.
S. S. Luiline Feb,
S. S. Wilhelmina Feb.
S. S. Lurline March 15
S. S. Wilhelmina March 20
IS. S. Lurline April 12
General Agents, Honolulu
- :i ttptj ni in j 1 !i
to ,H. HACKFELD & CO.. LTD.
MORSE. General Freight Agent.'
Dravine. Teaming. Road Building.
Tor Waianae, Walalua, Kahuku and
Way Stations 9:15 a. m., 3:20 p. in.
Tor Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way
Stations f7:30 a. tn 3:15 a. m.,
11:05 a. m., 2:1C p. m, 3:20 p. m..
5:15 p. n. J9:30 p. m, tll:00 p. m.
Kor Walilawa '9:15 a, m. and
5:15 p. in.
Arrlvo Honolulu from Kahuku.
Walalua nml Walanau 8:3C u. in..
5:31 p. in.
Arrlvo !,i Honolulu from Rwa Mill
ami I'ea-1 City I7MC a. m , s:36
a. in., 10:38 a. m 1:40 p. m.,
4:31 p. m., SsSt p. in., '7:30 p. tu.
Arrlvo Honolulu from Walilawa
8:30 a. m, and '5:31 p. m
t Ex. Sunday.
t Sunday Only.
The Halelwa Limited, a two hour
train (only first class tickets honored),
leaves Honolulu every Sunday ut 8:22
n. m.; returning, arrives In Honolulu
nt 10:10 p. in. ,Tho Limited sti-pu
only' at Ifcwrt Cltj and Walmino.
a. p.' nnwsoN r. c smith
J IfTAlLTJHlD a IBM.
BISHOP & CO,
Commercial and Trav
els Letters of 'Credit
issued on the Bank of
California and The Lon
don Joint Stock Bank
Correspondents for the
American Express Com
pany and Thos. Cook &.
Intcrcsl allowed on
term and Savings Bank
Clans bpreckels & Co.
Claus 8prtckels. W. 0. Irwin.
HONOLULU, : : : T. H.
San Francisco Agents Tbo Ne
vada National Rank of San I'nuiclsco.
Draw Exchange ou'tlio NuwuU Nil
tlonnl Dank of San I'ir.iiclsco.
London Tho Union (if London ami
Smlth'H Rank, Ltd.
New York Auiorlcan Kxchango
Chicago Cora Exelinngo National
Paris Credit l.yonnnls.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong-kong-Sbauglml
New Zealand and Australia Rank
of New Zealand and Rank of Austra
lasia. Victoria and Vancouver Hank of
British North America.
Deposits lecelvcd. Loans made on
approved security. Commercial anil
Travelers' Credits Issued. Rills of
Exchange bought and eold.
Collections Promptly Accountod For.
The Yokohama Specie
Capital (Paid up) . .Yen 24,000,000
Reserve Fund Yen 15,940,000
HEAD OFFICE. YOKOHAMA.
The bank bays 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
and .Head Ofdce Deposits for fixed pe.
Local Deposits $25 and upwards
for one year at rate of 4 per an
num. Head Office Deposits. Yen 23 and
upwards for one-half year, one year,
two years, or three years rt rate of
4V ner annum.
Particulars to be obtained on ap
plication. Honolulu Office 07 S. King Street.
P. 0. Box 168.
M. TOKIEDA Manager
AND TRUST GO.
OF HAWAII, LTD.
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL ..J200.C0O.0O
PAID UP CAPITAL $100,000.00
President Cecil Brown
Vice President M. P. Robinson
Cashier -. L. t, peck
Office: Corner Foit and Kins Sts.
SAVINGS DEPOSIT3 rerolvi-,1 nnri
Intorcst allowed fcir yearlydciKinllH
at Uiu rate of V.i per cent, per annum.
Rules and regulations fuinlnlicil up
D0NT KEEP YOUR MONEY IN
'Deposit it in the Savings
Department of the
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.
Will do it
Chas. R. Frazier
rnone m. tag juhr ai. i
Alexander & Haidwii
OmCEIlS AND DIRECTORS.
H. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle Vice President
S' Vice Pres.
J. P. Cooke
Third Vi' Prs a.'' -macer
J. Water'' o. tt . ..Tr.uiurer
E. E. Pa ton.. . . t- y
W. 0. Smith . iiift..
J. R. Gait Dir m.
W. R. Castle -cto-
COMMISSION MERCHANT and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maui Agricultural Company,
Hawaiian Susrar Comuany.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Kahului Railroad Company,
Haleakala Ranch Company,
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
"Honolulu, T, H.
SHIPPING- AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS, SUQAR FACTORS
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS
Ewa Plantation Co.
Waialua Agricultural Co.. Ltd.
Kohala Sugar Co.
Waimca Sugar Mill Co.
Apokaa Sugar Co., Ltd.
Fulton Iron Works of St. Louis
Blake Steam Pumps
Babcock & Wilson Boilers
Green's Fuel Economixers
March Steam Pumps
IMtson Navigation Co.
Planters' Line Shipping Co.
C. Brewer & Co.. Ltd.
QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU, T. K.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Onomea
Sugar Co., Honomu Gugar Co., Wal
luku Sugar Co., Pepeekeo Sugar Co.,
Kapapala Ranch, Thomas Pineapple
LIST OF OFFICERS:
E. F. Bishop, President; George
Robertson, Vice President and Man.
sger; W, W. North, Treasurer and
Secretary; Geo. R. Carter, Auditor; P.
C. Jones, C. H. Cooke,, J, R. Gait and
R. A. Cooke, Directory.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
AGENTS FOR 1 HE
Royal Insur. 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 Stangewald Bid.
of tlie Season
A Little I'aint
Goes a Long Way
If Applied by
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
07 ALL KINDS
DEALERS IN LUMBII.
ALLEN A. ROBINSOM.
lucen Etreot :: :; ;: Honolulu,
Notice of Sale of Government Land
at Pouhala, Ewa, Oahu,
At 12 o'clock noon, Monday, I'eb
nmiy T, 1910, at tho front door to
the Capitol. Honolulu, there will be
wild at public nuctlon under provi
sion of I'art IV'., Land Act 1895, Sec
tion i"6, Ilevlsed Laws of Hawaii,
the following described land:
1.8 acres, more or less, Govern
ment Remainder, at I'ouhala, th")
snmo to be used for cemetery site.
Upset pilce, $100.00, plus cost ot
advertising, Patent and Stamp.
l'or mapn nnd further Information,
tipply at the office of the Commission,
er ot Public Lands, Honolulu.
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated, Honolulu, February T,
Jan, 8, 15, 22, 29--H.
IN TII12 CIRCUIT COURT, KIRST
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In
Probate. At Chambers, No. 4144, In
the natter of the estate ot John S.
Huh, deceased. On filing the peti
tion and nccounts of Henry Water-lumsis-Trust
Company, Limited, ad
ministrator of the Kstnte ot John S.
Hull, wlieielu petitioner asks to bo
allowed S2T1.99, and charged with
$535.59, nnd asks that the same be
examined and approved, nnd that a
final order bo made of distribution
of the remaining property to the
persons thereto entitled nnd dls
(liarcliiR petitioner and sureties
from all further responsibility here
in as such ndmlnlstrntor, It Is Or
deird that Monday, tho 14th tiny of
rcbruary, A. U. 1910, nt JO o'clock
n. m., before tlin Judge presiding nt
Chambers of said Court nt his toiirt-
i oom In the Judiciary building, In
Honolulu, County ot Honolulu, be
mill the same hereby Is appointed
the time nnd plnco for hearing said
petition and nccounts, and that alt
persons Interested may then and
thero appear and show cause. If any
they h.ie, why the same should not
bo gianled, and may a present ovl
ilenio ns to who nro entitled to tho
said property. Dated tho 7th day of
January, 1910. Custlo & Withlng-
ton, nttuniOH for petitioner. Hy
order of the Court. J., A. THOMP
4512 Jan. 8, 15, 22. 29.
In accordance with tho provisions
of tho mortgago or deed of trust dated
August 1st. 1900, executed by the
Olaa Fugir Company, Limited, to Bish
op & 1 0111 puny. Rankers, und of the
lion 1 ' 'iin.od by said mortgage or
NOTIL '.: IS HEREBY 0.IVEN, That
all said bonds will bo redeemed on
tho first day of Febiuary, 1910, by tho
Olaa Sugar Company Limited, at tho
banking liouno of Bishop & Company,
Honolulu, Territory of Ha.vall, or at
tho option of tho bearer of any such
bond at Tho Bank of California, San
Francisco, Stato of California, or at
the banking house of I.nldlaw & Co.,
City ot New York, State of New
York, with Interest accrued on that
date, at which data Intorcrt will cease
on all Bald bonds.
Dated, Honolulu, T. II., January
OLAA SUOAP. COMPANY LIMITED.
By Allan W. T. Hottomloy,
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
S. Kimura & Co., Ltd.
At the annual meeting ot S. Ki
mura & Co., Ltd., the following br
llcers were elected for the ensuing
President W. Motoshlge
Vice-President f T. TnUakuwa
Secretary-Treasurer . . . T. Iwnnnga
Auditor A. K. Ozuwa
January 22, 1910. 4528-31
We. are now in a position to de
liver to all parts of the Territory,
and beg to advise that we gir: fam
ily orders our special attention.
THOS. F. MCTIOHE & CO.
The Fashion Saloon
Meet your friends there and enjoy
the lunches and drinks.
Hotel Street near Fort.
PEARY'S NORTH POLE SKATES
ON EXHIDITION AT THE
No Hold-overs in Our,' - -DISTILLED
It's Always Fresh
Arctic Soda Water Works
LEITHEAD & WOODWARD
FOR NAIL SUBSIDIES
NO 20-KNOT SHIP
CARRIES U. S. MAIL
Claims America Is Not Holding Its
uwn with otner nations Re
garding Inducements to Mail
Carriers in American Ships.
WA8HINaTON, January 13. Post-
matter-Qencral Hitchcock In his re
port to the 'resident goes at length
Into tho subject of ocean mall service
and he recommends legislation for
adequate mall pay to American steam
ships. The PostmaBter-acreral says!
"Tho net of March 3, 1891, author
ized tho Posttnastcr-Oencral to enter
Into contracts with American citizens
for carrying the malls on American
steamships between portB of the Uni
ted States and such ports In foreign
countries, Canada excepted, as In his
judgment would best subserve, and
promote tho xstal and commercial
Inteicsts of the United Stales. Under
this statute tho Department has eight
contracts, ns follows: From New
York to Puerto Cabello, Venezuela
calling at San Juan, Curacao, and 1.3
Ounlra; from Now York to Maraclab.i.
Venezuela, calling at La Gualra and
Curacao; from New York to South
ampton, England, calling at Plymouth
and Cherbourg; from New York to
Tuxpam. Mexico, calling at Habana,
Propreso, nnd Tamplco; from New
York to Habnnn, Cuba; from Boston
and Philadelphia to Port Antonio, Ja
maica; from San Francisco to Tahiti)
and fiom San Kranclsco to Sydney,
Now South Wales, calling nt Honolu.
Iu, Pago Pago, and Auckland. Service
Is being performed under all theso
contracts except tho last mentioned.
All other mall servlco between the
United States and foreign countries Is
wholly dependent upon steamships
over whoso sailings tho Department
has no contiol. Of llio vessels con
elng tho United States malls to tho
Orient, more than 70 per'cent. fly for
eign flags, while not a slnglo steam
phlp now earning our malls to Aus
tralasia and to South . America, ex
cept tho north coast, files the Ameri
"This condition Is not In keeping
with tho policy of other great com
mercial nations. The maintenance of
frequent, fast, nnd regular mall serv
lco must be t'.ie first stop In establish
ing closer trade relations between this
country anil foreign markets.
"The efforts of the Department to
secure and malntalu a contract serv
lco under tho provisions of the act
of March 3. 1891, to ports of the Ori
ent, of Australasia, and of South
America, except the north coast. hao
been unsuccessful. Advertisements for
servlco on 35 1 cutes have been Issued
without results. Proposals were re
ceived and Hcrvlco was Inaugurated
on six routes, each moro than 4000
miles In length, but In every case tho
service has been illFcontluned becauso
tho provisions of tho law are not mif
ficlently lllioial tu Insure Iu main
tcnniice. On 110110 of tho long routes
has a single contract been made for
the carriage ot tho mall b:' a 20-knot
or first-class ship.
"Tho foreign trndo of South Amer
ica Is $1,500,000 000 and is Increasing
at tho ra'o of $100,000,000 a jear, yet
this country has only two contract
routes to that continent, both of them
io Venezuela. The Orient offers vast,
opportunities lor trade, et thero Is
no contrnct service between the Unl
ted States nnd tho ports of tho Philip
pines, Japan, China, or Australasia.
Tho building nnd operation of fast
modern steamships for servlco be
tween European countsjes and Brazil
and Argentina under tho stimulus ot
government aid havo placed the ship
ping interests of tho United States at
n marked disadvantage. The trip
from Rio do Janeiro to Genoa In Ital
ian ships Is irado In twelve days, Eng
lish, French, nnd German ships reach
their rcupcctlvo rorts In from four?
teen to fifteen days. Tho time of tho
trip from Now York to Rio do Janeiro
In tho fastest vessels carrying our
trade Is eighteen and ono-halt days,
while others require as much as
twenty-eight das. Tho voyage
could bo nindo In less than fnurttin
days In vessels of the type plying be
tween Kuropo and Hlo do Janeiro,
Tho United Slates has servlco to Rio
do Janeiro nnd southern Atlantic
ports of South Auiorlcan about six
times a month and to tho northern
ports of Brazil about three times a
month, hut (lie Department has no
volco In fixing the dates of sailing or
Iho ports of call. From, Europo to
Brazil ihoio are 011 an nvcrago four
mall trips a week during tho jear,
nnd from Brazil 'to Europo an acrago
of flvo mall rlps a week. Japan Is
establishing Hues to Mexico nnd South
Amerlcn nnd Chllo to tho wostern en
trnuco of the Tanama Canal.
"Tho report of the Biiroiu of Nuvl
gallon of lio Department of Com
merce nnd Labor for the fiscal year
1909 shows 11 totil of $40 900.000 ns
tho amount now paid annually by for
eign governments for mail subsidies,
admiralty subventions, anl shlplmlid.
ng and navigation bounties, Of this
amount $28,254,537 Is paid for mail
EUbsldluu and subsidies in connection
with mulls, dlstilhuted as follows;
Oient III Itnlit nud colonies., $7,010,704
JapHl (u) 447V.OUX)
Italy ,.... 2,328.917
Spain ,(n) 1,868,18s
Mexico (b) 76,000
"The amount paid during the last
fiscal car for carrying the mall In
American steamship under the provis
ions of the act of March 3, 1891, was
"The difficulty In securing contract
ocean mall sen ice under the provis
ions ot that act Is experienced In con
nection with the longer and fenore
expensive routes. If such service Is
to bo scrured, more liberal remuner
ation must bo provided. It Is highly
desirable that our mall should bo
cairleri In American vpmtpla nn.l thnl
the money paid by tho government
or iib transportation should go to
Amerlrfin rllt.nna thus aoatatln. In
tho development of a national mer
chant mdrlno that can serve the
double purpose of fostering the for
eign trAde of the country nnd nrn-
vidlng nn auxiliary naval force.
1 no passage or an act to authorize
tho Postmaster-General to nnv for
ocean mall service In vessels ot tho
second class on routes to South
America, the Philippines, Japan, Chlmr"
and Australasia, 4000 miles or moro
in length, outward voyage, at a rate
per mllo not exceeding tho rate nnnlln.
ablo to vessels of the first class' as
provided In the act of Jfarch 3, 1891.
should enable tho Dennrtmnnl In on.
euro contract service to the ports of
theso countries. Advertisements
could bo Issued as follows;
"(1) New York to Rio do Janeiro.'
about C000 mllos, once In 28 das, 13
nmeg a year.
"(2) .New York In rtnonno aimx,
calling ot Montovledo, about 8000
mnes, once in 28 daig. 13 times a
"(3) Now Orleans to Valparaiso
via Colon. Panama, and nnrln or Vn.
ailor, Peru, and Chile, about 4000
milts, onco In 28 days, 13 times a
"(4) Snn FrAnoluftn ni- Qnnltla ,
Hongkong, calling at Honolulu, Ypko-
nama, and Manila, about 8000 miles,
once In 14 days, 26 times a year,
"(5) san rranclsco to Sydney, call
Imr at Honolulu Pnim Patm unA A..ni.
land 8330 miles, onco In 28 dajs. IS
times a vearr trliw nn (hi. rnta in
alternate with sailings from Vancouver
for Australia, thus giving fortnightly
fast service to Australia.
"Tho total cost, provided service
were secured on all these routes,
would bo about J2.201.000 a. .vear.
which Is not out of proportion to the
resumng aavantages to the nation,
especially -when It Is considered that
tho estimated profit from, the foreign
mall servlco (not Including tho cost
of handling between the Unlit.,1 Rinio.
exchange offices and offices of mailing
ana delivery in this country) Is In ex
cess of the combined cost of the sug
gested service1 .and tho servlco now
In effect under the privlslons of tho
net of March 3, 1891. It should be
borno In mind th I such a provision
would not authorize additional cost
for any service now performed under
"It Is strongly recommended that
favorablo consideration be given legis
lation for adequate mall pay to Amer
ican steamships on routes of this
When Baby was sick, we gavd ber
When she was a Child, she crlsd for
When she became Miss, she clung to
When she had Children, she cave them
That aftor all, It Is only tho under
taker who supplies tho nbeds of "ultl
NOTICE OF SALE OF PUBLIC LND
tuiUATxSD AT HANALEI,, DIS
TRICT OF HALELEA, ISEAND
At 12,0clock noon, Monday,, Feb
ruary '21, 1910, at the front doors
to the Capitol, Honolulu, thero wnl
be sold at public uuctlon, under pro
visions Of PUrt V. I nn,l 1.1 ISO.
Sections 278-285 Inclusive, Revse(l
j.uwb 01 itawaii, a genoral lease or
the following' described land:
Government remnant, situated at
Hanalol, District of Halolea., Kauai,
luuiiwiuug un urea 01 y&o acres,
moie or less, classed as pastoral
Upset rental, $25.00 per annum;
laj ablo annually In advauce. Term
of lease, 16 years from, March1 1,
This lease will' contain conditions
Reservations legardlng land re
qulied by the govcruuiout for" set
tlement and reclamation will be em
bodied In this lease.
Coat of advertising to be paid by
the purchaser, , v
For maps .and further conditions,
apply at the office of the Commli.
sloner of Public Lands. Honolulu.
Commissioner of Public Lands'.'
Dated ut Honolulu, Jauuary ,19.
4622 Jan, 22, 29; Feb. 5, 12, IP, 2;