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wfNTNO nPLLKTIN. HOHOMim, T. II., SATt'TtDAY, MAIL C, 1S10.
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Oceanic Steamship Company
Direct Service to San Francisco and San Francisco to Tahiti, con
necting with U. S. Co. of N. 55., Ltd., for New Zealand (Wellington).
SailiiiK from Honolulu March 10, April C and 27, and every 21 days.
f 05 first rlas tingle, S, F.; $110 first clas, round trip, San Fran
cisco; $235 first class, Tahiti, round trip.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.,
and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
..;-, Simmers of tho above Cotnp-tnlea will Call nt HONOLULU and Leao
tills Tait on or about tho Uitcs mentioned helmv:
"Y Leave Honolulu For Orient. t Leave Honolulu For S. F.
MONGOLIA I.... MAIL II
TLW'YO M'AnU MAIL 22
For .fnrthe Information npply
'H. Haclcfeld &
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
fflU FIJI AND AUSTRAI ia 'OR VANCOUVfR-
MAKUIIA MAIL I MA IT MA MAIL 2D
MAITAt APR. 2
MAKAMA APIL 29
'' '' .THE0 J1- PAVIES & CO., LTD.. GENERAL AGENTS.
'Matson Navigation Company
II.". I BETWEEN SAN FilANCISCO AND -HONOLULU
, "n,'t ti.
Front San Francisco
-S. S. Lurline March 9
S. S. Wilhelmina Mirch 18
B, S. Lurlinc April 0
For further particulars, apply to wanniM Ok i .
CASTLE & COOKE, LTD.. General Ap.cnts, (Honolulu
,21 OJ Ul UjJ11-
AIIERICAN-HAWAIIA'T STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
From New York to Honolulu via Tehnantepeo every sixth day. Freight
"received at all times at the Company's wharf, 4ist- Street,. South
FROM SAN FRANCISCO TO HONOLULU:
S. S. MEXICAN, via Puget Sound, to. sail MAR. 7. 1G days in transit
S. S. NEVADAN. direct, MAR. 7. 7-dava in-transit- , .
FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA T"0 HONOLULU DIRECT:
S. S. VIRaiOTAN, to sail , ' .,...:.!..-.,. MAR. 3
S. S. MEXICAN, to sail J.TTT.. MAR. 15
FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRANCISCO DlBEC:r:i:U -, .
S. S. HEVADAN carrying passengers t3itMU!U?!H;..,MAR. 19
'For, farther information applv "to ,H. HACXFELD r.&cCO., LTD.
agents, Honolulu. it .-; atffflts-tMi i i-r.
.C P..M0ESE. . Generab Freight i.Agent.
. ?r-f. 5iiitsf-..:f !,.
tlDSTAOE - RECK. XSfJ LTD
B3 QUEEN STREET
Estimates given on all kinds of TJrayin!;,' Teaminjf. Read Building.
F.rovatinsf. Filling. rf " "
FIREWOOD A1ID COAL, WAIANAE SAND FOR SALE '
? Union -Pacific
(i Transfer Co.-, Ltd.
S 1" Fnrcitrre and Piano MotLis-
Weekly Bulletin SI Per Year
JiTHe B. F. Dillingham Co.
,ti General Arjent for Hawaii:
; Atl.n Assurance Company of London.
A'New York Underwriters' Anenoy.
Provldenco Wachlnaton Insurance Co,
.4thiF,LOart, CTANGENWALU DI.DQ.
" '... . .
.ii l riot a Luxury; It Is a Ntcesclty,
K'But you Mutt have the BEST
fend that Is provided jy tho famous
jjsndvmott equjtsblo Lavj of Massa.
Ichuoetto, In the
LNew England Mutual
Lire Insurance to.
OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS,
fjfjyou would pa fully Informed about
these la,v, addrets
CASTLE & COOKE, ,
HONOLULU, T. H.
C. BREWER a CO., LTD,, uer.crni Agents,
KOIMU MAIL C
NIPPON" MAItU MAIL 19
SIUEHIA MAIL 2G
Co., Ltd., agents
. For Snh 'Francisco
S. S. YfiHiCtaUw.:.:. Feb. 24
S. S. Lurlinc March 15
S. G. Wir.lclrilinV,y.;. . . .March 20
S. S. LuTlinc -.-.:.-; April 12
Oahu Railway Time Table
For Walanao, Wnlnlua, Kalmku and
Way Stations 'O: IS a. tit.. 3:20 p. m.
Tor I'earl City, Ewa Mill and Way
Stations tj:30 a. in., 9:1B a. m..
11:30 a. n., 2:1B p. in., 3:2Q p. in.,
5:15 p. m., J9!30 p. m., tll:15 p. m.
For Wuhlriwji ami Isllcliun 10: 20
a. m., 5:15 p. ru., J0:30 p. m., tll:15
Arrlvo Honolulu from Kalmku, Wal
aulim and Walanao 8:3C a. m.,
5:31 p. m.
I Arrlvo Honolulu from Kwa Mill and
'Pearl City 17:45 a. in., 8:3C a. m
,11:02 a. m., 1:40 p. m., 4:2C p. m.,
5:31 p. m., 7:30 p. m.
' Anlvo Honoluliifrom Wahlawa and
. Lcllehim 9:33 n. nt., tl:0 p. m., '5:31
'p. in., $10:10 p. m.
Iho Halctwn Limited, a two-Jiour
trnln (only first class tlekots honored),
i loaves Honolulu ever) Sunday at 8:30
i a. m.; roturnlnc. arrives In Honolulu
at 10:10 p, in. Tlio Limited Rtops only
at Toarl City and Walanao outward,
i mid Walniiao, Waipalm and Pearl City
i 'Dnlly. tSunday Hxceptcd. Sunday
O. P niJNIBON. F. C. SMITH,
Siipcilntcmlcnt. O. P. A.
I Bulletin Business Office Phone 250,
PnlMIn Editorial Room Phono 18S
75c. Per Month
ZITAtLKHED iH 18RS.
BISHOP & CO.
Commercial and Trav
elers' Letters of Credit
issued on the Bank o
California and The Lon
don Joint Stock Batik
Correspondents lor the
American Express Com
pany and Thos. Cook &
Intcrcsv allowed on
term and Sivins Bank
W. G. Irvln.
Can Francisco Ajents Tho
Netnda National Dank of San
Dravv Exehango on tlio Nevada
National Hank of San Francisco.
London Tlio Union ot London
nnd Smith's Uanlc, Ltd.
New York American Uxcliango
Chlcaoo Cora KxclianBO Na
Paris Crodlt Ljonnala.
Honokong end Yokohama
HoiiRktinc-Slinnghnl Ilauklng Cor
poration. New Zealand and Austrslla
Dank nt New Zealand and Dank
Victoria and Vancouver Dank
of llrlllsh North America.
DcpoHlts icccled. Loans mado
on approved Hcenrlty. Coiniucrclnl
nnd Travelers' Credits issued.
Dills of Kxchauso bought and
Collections Promptly Accounted For,
The Yokohama Specie
Capital (Paid Up).. Yen 24.000.000
Kcccrvo Fund .... Yen 13,310,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
Tho bank huya anil receives for
collection hills of exchange,
issues DraftH and Lettors of
Credit, and transacts a general
Tho Dank receives Local De
posits and Head Ofdco Deposits
for fixed periods.
Local deposits ?23 and upwaids
for one year at rate of i per an
Hoad Omeo Deposits. Yen 23
nnd upwards for ono-half yoar, ono
year, two tnrs, or three years nt
rato of 41,4 per annum.
Particulars to bo obtained on
Honolulu Ofilce C7 S. King St.
P. O. Dox 1C8.
M. TOKIEDA Manarjer
Will do it
Chas. R. Frazier
t'hnn H7. 122 Kinu Bt.
OF ALL KINDS.
D2ALEE3 IN LUKDE&.
ALLEN A R0.3IN30H.
tuttn Strent :: :: :: Honoliiu
A full nssortment, sizes 24".-t06"
to 48"xl20", and RnuRta Ho. 16 to
No. 20 fust to hand.
We flo shret Tnptal uinrW nt nil
kinds, and puaranfe satislaction.
xour patronace is solicited.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO JOBBING
EMHELUTH & CO., LTD.
Phone 211. 145 Kin St
Consulting. TJcsirnin and Con
BrlrlfC. B?iilrHnrr f!nnrrpt Rtrnr.
tures, Steel Structures. Sanitary Sys
tems, Reports and Estimates on Pro
jects, rjione 13,
1R5 editorial rooms 25C busi
ness office. Those are the telephone
numbers of the Dulletln office.
Alexander & Baldwin,
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
II. P. Daldwin President .
W. O. Smith.. First Vice-President i
W. M. Alexander
J, P. Cooke
Third Vlco-Prca nnd Manager
J, Wali'rhoure ........ Ticasuror
13. 13. Paxtou Secretary ,
J. D. Castlo Director
J. II. Oalt Director
W. 1L Castlo .. Director
Sugar Factors. ;
and Insurance Agents
Itnwallan Commercial & Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company
Maul Agricultural Company.
Hawnlhn Sugar Company.
Knliuku Plantation Company.
Kahiilul ltnllros.,1 Company,
llaleaknla Itnn,-h Company,
SIcDrydo Sui;ar Co.
Kauat Hallway Co.
Castle & Cooke. Ltd.
Honolulu, T. H.
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS, SUGAR TACTORO
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS
I3wa Plantation Co.
Wnlnlua Agricultural Co., Ltd. ,
Kohala Sugar Co.
Walmoa Sugar Mill Co.
AjKikaa Sugar Co., Ltii.
Fulton Iron, Works of SU Louis.
llhiko Steam Pumps.
Ilabcock & Wilson Pumps.
Oroen's Fuel Kcnnomliers.
March Steam Pumps.
tMnlcon Nalgitlon Co.
'Plantera'j.lno, Shipping Co.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
SUGAR FACTORS AND COM
Officers" 'and Directors:
E. F. Bishop President
Geo. II. Robertson
....Vlco-Preshleiit and Managor
W. W. North,., Treasurer
Diehard Ivors Secretary
J. R. Oalt .7,, Auditor
(leo. IL Carter ., Director
C. II." Coukb..': Director
IL A. Cooko i(:. . f Director "
A. Hartley "U: Director
FIRE AND MARINE
Royal Insurance Co. of Liverpool.
London Absliranco Corporation.
Commercial Union Assurance Co.
.Scottlch Union & National Ins
Co. of ndlnbargh.
Caledonian Insurauco Co. of Edin
burgh. Upper Rhino Insuranco Co. (Ma
rine) Teiritorial Board of
Office 403 Stancewald Bldf.
of the Season
A Little Paint
Goes u .Long Way
If Applied by
40N.01VWJ IRON WORKS
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
Juit opposite Hotel Si. Fundi
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan S3.00 a da; up
Steel nnd briclt structure, furnish.
IngJ cost $200,000. nigh class hotel
atmoderate rates. Centerof theatre
andretalldisttlct. On carlines trans
ferring allovcr city. Omnibus meets
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Tranclsco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "rravct3." ABC Code.
Array and Ilavy Keadqunrtcrs.
'TlT:, 1 4 it r jti
Special nttciition to Honolulu trade.
Vithont bath .... ;$1.0 ncr dey up
Vith bath ,2.00 per day up
Heals table d' hoto or a li curie
Hnnngcmcnt of Out 0. Lnm.
Ifcnolula llepicscntalivc: II F.
PEIER. Phone S01.
THESE 13 A BELIEF THAT
IS THE EEST PLACE ON THIS IS
LAND POn SOLID COMFORT. CO
DOWN BY TRAIN OR AUTO.
Hoto J Majestic
Sachs Block. Fort and Bcrctaaia Sts.
Frno furnished 100ms, $1 per day
$10 und upward per month. Splen
MRS. C. A. BLAISDELL. Prop.
"Thi finest BathinK on the Beach."
TtVaU At All Hours.
WIN." LIQUORS. AND' CIGARS.
.. BERQIN. Pronrietor.
"COD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
uijN AND EXPERIENCED COOS.
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to see all our old cus
tomers come hark.'
Meat Market and Importers.
C. Q. Yee Slop & Co.
YEE CHAN & CO.
Corner Kinu and Bethel
FANCY DRY Q00DS
Vah Ying Chong Co.,
Kintr St.. Ewa Fish Market.
WING CHONG CO
KINO GT. IIKAS BETHEL
Dea'ers is Furniture Maitresic
Etc., Ltc. All kir.d of KOA ncd
MISSI0H FURNITURE fad T
WAH CHONG CO.
DRY ROODS AND TAILORING.
Evcrvthintr absolutely nev7 tnil
fresh from the Coat.
V7AVERLEY BLIC MOTI ST
mm wotai & co.
Ul Jlnuanu St, Phone 200.
, FRAMED PICTURES
fur c;ift3 nt
Wing On Cheng's,
Bethel St.. Between Kintr r.nd Hotel.
md cjnfh of A 1 auilily csa be jsor
. O. Box 001. Telephone 121
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PHILADELPHIA, Mnr. 4. This city Is In tho throes of tho great
est njmpathctlc strlko In tho history of organize! labor. Dctween G0,
000 and 7G.O0O union men nro, now out, and practically every branch
of organized labor is represented.
Among' tho unions which voted to go out In sympathy with tho
striking carmen are the building trades, chnuffcurs, waiters, tailors nnd
tenmstera Tho strike of tho latter has affected tho delivery of tho
necessities of life, nnd business Is suffering seriously In consequence.
ltlotlug was renewed tonight, nnd Kcrlous trouble? Is feared.
1 i 11 '1
llALTIMOUi;, Mar. 4. Tho ultimatum delhered by the conductors
and trainmen of tho Baltimore & Ohio' railway, which, was to linvo be
come effective tomorrow, 'has hcon extended. The (airway company has
called upon 'Chairman Mnrtln A. Knapp of tho Interstate Cqmmerco
Commission npd Charles P. Nelll, United Stnlcs Commissioner of Lobor,
SENATE DEBATES POSTAL BANK BILL. ' "
WASHINGTON, U. C, Mar. 4. -Tho Scnntc today considered tho
portal savlncs bank bill for six hours. Much oratory was Indulged In.
and thero were many warm exchanges of repart'eo botwecin th'o debaters.
Numerous ninonilmenta were ollercd, nnd eo much time was consumed
that the hill failed jo teach n vote.
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WASHINOTON, II. C, Mar. 4. President Taft today sent tho
name of II. IC. Cnnier lo tho United States Senate nB his cliolco to fill
the vacancy on tho circuit bench of Hawaii at Honolulu.
THAT REMINDS ME
"There'll como a "tlmo como day"
when the snuigslliig of
CETTINQ opium will cease, but that
THE LGPE will ha when prohibition
has theso Islands in Its
prospj when Woulloy la Kovcrnor;
when tl.o co.istwiso Ijws are suspend
ed; when llvo uhkb of the day Is ii.it
"crowded out" of n certain ovcnlni;
paper und Its placo on tlio front p.Ko
Is filled with n double column article
on whether tho main Is mado of grcvu
cheese: In fact, when things ccaso to
exist, then thero will be no more dope
It must bo admitted that tho can
nliiR displayed and tho methods em
ployed by tho present day smugglers
aro cry crudo when It Is called to
mind bomo of tho fluesto used lu tho
olden days whereby tho dopo ,wus
landed 011 thezo shoics. If the meth
ods employed In tha present day nro
puzzling to tho Inspectors I would
tremble for thoni If they had to buok
up ugal'.Ut euuio of tli6 proposltlnns
of years ago.
Ah tho parties who acteil tho prin
cipal 10I0 In tho two Instances I rhnll
relate aro cle:ij" thoro is no harm In
One of tl.o old-time catling sugar
rackets lay at tho oil Drower wharf
ono warm afternoon. Tho unloading of
curgo had finished and preparations
were lazily under way for tlio recep
tion of n leturn load of biigar.
'1110 captain lolled In an eaBy chair
under the alter awning. Tho supports
or stanchions that held up this awn
ing w-ero nine In number nnd com
posed of two-Inch lion plpo plugged
nt both ends to keep tho water out
and frco from rust. A notlccnblo fea
tuto of theso selfsame stanchions was
tho fact that thoy wero all of different
lengths, nnd certainly did make an un
sightly nppearanco from tho dock.
Theso saine stanchions hud hcon used
for a number of yeurs.
On tho attorcoon In question U10
customs Inspector ramo up the gang
way and dropping Into a scat near the
mafctcr, remarked, tort of offhand.
"Say, Captain II , why In thunder
don't you liavo those stanchions the
samo lepgth? They look like tho doll
f 1 0111 tho distance, with ono poking up
and another Way down. It actually
gives mo tho JImmy-JImmles at tliuoV
"Yes," uiiBwercd Captain II , "I
havo often thought that I would liavo
thorn fixed but novcr seemed'to got at
It. I believe I'll havo thorn fixed right
Giving tho necessary orders tho
Mnnchtons wpro soon loaded onto a
dray und Captain II tald to tho
drn)inau, "Tako thoso stanchions up
mid havo them nil cut .off (ho samo
length und bring them back as soon
as you can."
It was dono according to orders, but
ovory 0:10 of thosol stanchions was
filled to tho muzzlQ with opium and
tho drug was worth $82 a pound ut
Another sugar packet lay along sldo
nt tho dock at about tfiu samo tlmo,
A passenger sat talking to tho Inspect
or near thq wheel of tho vessel, Lean
ing iigiturt tho rail was a very hand
Koino bicycle belonging to tho passeti'
M'r. Biuldenly tho passenger romaik-
ed that bp guessed that ho would tako
n iiiuo iirwmm luvtu mm iuiit?ii ukui
Jy down the gangcay. Afto; getting
half way up tho dock ho suddenly turn
ed hack lo tin! vcsrcl niid standing
on tho dock remarked to tho Inspector
that 'ho gnessod that he had hotter
tako 'tho "wheel'' along In cimo ho
got top far f 1 (mi home, nt tho samo
tlmo requesting tho Inspector to
"plenoo hand mo tho wheel oer. Iho
Tho obliging lii'jircliu- did so nnd
tlio passenger went whittling off up
Iho dock Irundllnt; tho wheel.
It might ie of Interest lo utato that
tho. wheel was ory caicfitlly stcorcd
!,,., .. nlilnn.n r,m. iirliunn ,l.n 4lnc
wero itppsd oon nnd nonrly eight I
pounds of opium taken from them.
Tho drug at that tlmo was worth
0G n pound.
I cannot Ray that I am thoroughly In
sympathy with tho woman's
WOMAN'S.Etiflragu stunt, but at tho
VOTE, samo tlmo I havo made It a
rulo of .my life tjiat-lf I
enmfot say uny thing good of a piopo
idtlou or a person I never Bay any
thing nt all.
Hut, ncvcitheless, ladles, don't get
discouraged. I think you will win out
como day, and In tho meantlmo pre
pare yourselves to'oxcrclso that priv
ilege In an Intelligent manner when
tho tlmu does como. First learn In
what precinct and district you llvo;
who tho supervisor ot that district Is;
learn tho nnmes ot all of tho public
officials by heart; learn tho dlfferenco
betwoen an exccutlvo committee and a
central committee, and a thousand
other thTngo Hint will muddle you moro
than picking out a new Batter hat.
I might rccupimeml 'that you ask
jour husbands, and brothers for this
Information, but It Is an umitsputnblo
fact that few men not actually In poll
tics can tell tho number ot the dis
trict they live In. Women will havo
to learn theso lhlng3 for themsolves.
It Is a good step In tho right direction
and though tho women fall In their
effort to lme an equal suffrage bill
passed It cannot fall to liavo a good
When a man has Uovotoped so far
In political knonlcdgo as to know tho
names of his. legislators ho may begin
to bu Interested In what thoy nro do
ing, and When nil voters aro Intelli
gently Interested In what their elected
representatives nro doInG to protest
when they do what they ought not to
do this Territory will bo saved ovon
though tho veto Is withheld from
No, Indies, I don't think that women
should vote. If I had my way I would
disfranchise half of tho mon.
BOYS ONLY STORK
ALTON, 111., Feb. 10. Resenting tho
formation recently of tho Manless Club
by their wives, 25 Altnnltes yestorday
formed tho "Boys Only Stork Club,"
elected officers aud adopted rules for
tho encouragement ot tho "Boy Indus
try" of Alton. When their wives re
cently perfected tho "Manless Club,"
tho cardinal doctrlno of (he 'Organiza
tion was "Tho Gjrl Industry." Tho
women declared Iho stork should nev
er bo permitted to deposit boys In their
homes. Only girls woujd bo allowed.
Hcscntlng tho slight on the sex, tho
husbands of tho women determined to
organize n competing club, and havo
n few woids of their own to say con
cerning tho kind of babies tho stork
should leave, lly way of Inducement
It was provided yesterday In tho
"Boys Only Stork' Club'1 rules that a
U011U3 of $23 ho paid out of tho club
treasury, to, each nnd cyery man to
whom tho stork prcsents'n boy. A flno
of 111(0 amount wlll'bo assessed against
each member to whom tlid stork brings
n girl. ' -'
When Baby was sick, we gave bor
When she was a Child, she cried for
When tho becama Miss, she clung to
When sho had Children, she gavo them
AcUItt Say; wbal occasions tho
rush of women to that drug store
over thoro? "t
Noltt Oh. tho dlilggtst ndvor-
llsod a bargnln Kale of 2-cent stnmps
todav. Hn Is clnalni? them nut nt
the rhlo of six for 13 cents.
"ulletin Ttnuinew Office Phone 25ft
Bulletin, EditorM Room Phone 186.
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