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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, t. ll TUESDAY. MAIL 20, 1910.
Oceanic Steamship Company
Direct Service to Ban Francisco and Son Frnn'isco to Tahiti, con.
necting with U. S. Co. of N. Z Ltd.. fcr New Zealand (Wellington).
Sailing ftom Honolulu March 1G. April Q anil 27, and every 21 days.
$G5 first clasi, siiiRle, 8. 1; $110 first class, round trip, San Iran,
dsco: S235 first class, Tnhiti, lounl trin.
0. BREWER & CO., LTD., Oenernl Agents.
Pacific Mail. Steamship Co.,
and Toyo Kisen Kaish'a
Steamers or the nl.ovn rmnpanlei will Call nt HONOLULU and I.oavo
Hits I'nrt on or nbimt tlio l).itoj tneiitlS'iinl l.dow:
Leave Honolulu Tor S.
Leave Honolulu For Oricnt.(
April 12 China . . . . .
April IB Manchuria .
April 20 Chlyo Mnru
. . .Maich 20
Tor further Information apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., agents
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
IITAtLIIHID II 1811. ,
BISHOP & CO.
Commercial and Trav
elers' Letters of Credit
issued on the Bank of
California and The Lon
don Joint Stock Bank
Corrcsp6ndcnts lor the
American Exorcss Com
pany and Thos. Cook &
r LIMITED. J
OFFICERS AND 'DIRECTORS.
H. P. Baldwin ... it . 'Pfcsldont
V. O. Smith.. First Vice-President
W. M. Alexander " '
,, Second Vice-President
J. P. Cooke ...... ,,,..w....i'
Tlilnl Vlct-Prea. aud Manager
J. Waterhmiin . . .. Treasurer
E, K. Pnioii ..- Kecietary
J. B. Castlo Director
J. 11. Gait .-' - Director
V. K. Castla Dlluetor
Hawaiian Cotnnietdnl & Sugar Co.
Mnul Agricultural Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantatlna Company.
Knlinliit Rallros.,1 Company.
Halcakala ItniKli Company.
McBrydo Sugar Co.
Kauai Hallway Co.
BY V. t.
Claus Spreckeli. W.
HONOLULU, : :
FOn riJt AND AUSTRALIA'
Tiir.o ii. havies & co ltd., general agents
Matson Navigation Company
., BETWEEN SAN FRANCISCO AND HONOLULU
r-im San l'rancinco Tot San Fiancisto
q " up ApriLQ. S. S. Wilhelmina M.arc??S
P ', -lmina .'...April 19 S S . Iirilne Apr. 112
r .t...c May 4 S. S. Lurlinc April ,47
y; S. HILONIAN of this' line" sails from Seattle for Honolulu, di-
Tor farther particulars, apply to
CASTLE & COOKE. LTD.. General Agents. Honolulu,
llauk of San
Castle & Cooke, Ltd.
Draw lixchanne ni tlio Nevada
National Hank of Sun Kranelico.
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and KiiiIIIi'h Ilalilc. Ltd.
New York Amorlcan Kxchauge
Chicago-Corn Exiliungo Na
Honakono and Yokohama
Hongkong Shanghai Hanking Lor
lioratlou. New Zealand and Australia
llanli of Now Zealand andJkinK
Victoria and Vancouver Hank
of British Ninth America.
Deposits tiwlwl. I'ana mado
on approval hociirlty. Commercial
and Trnu'leis' Credits Usued.
Ullla of Kxcliingo nought and
Collections Promptly Accounted For,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS,. SUGAR FACTORS
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS
Ewn Plantation Co.
Wnlalun" Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Kohnla Sugar Co.
Walmen Sugar Mill Co.
AKikaa Sugar Co., Ltd.
riilton Iron Works of St. Louis,
lllako Steam Pumps.
Ilabcoclc & Wilson Pump.
Orccn'a Fuel Economizers.
March Steam Pinnp. "
MatBon Nailgatlon Co.
Planti'ia Llnu Shipping Co.
The KanlclinluClin Cadets left tlio
SJhfKll lost Jtotiilaj' lilhrultiR under,
nrnra for thelr'raiiipliiB tllp to Mil
kua. The Cadets arrived at tho
grounds nhonl 11 o'clock. Squad
were at oi.te nut to work In unload
ing the freight nnd cleaning up the
""After this work was. done the or
der was ghen ly Captnin Winter
In pitch tents. Each nquad Itched
Its own tent nnd Co. II had all Ita
tents up first. ThejKiys then had
lunch at 1 o'clock. t
In the afternoon very few unyi
went out hunting the result heing
that only two goatB were killed and
biought hack to camp. Tuesday turn
ed out to ho n hrlnht at.d clear day
and mi It was good for hunting.
About IHty hoys went out hunting
on .Tuesday, each hoy carrying twen
ty rounds. In tho afternoon differ
ent gonads began to return slowly
mi till r.;3(l when the lust 'squad
Yffi MCE ITEMS AND
miin OFFER OF (UP
Commodore II. II. Sinclair has not
forgotten the great time he had
When In Honolulu In 11)08, and hn
also remembers the offer he mado
at the Hawaii Yacht Club banquet
hat year. At that time Sinclair
stated -that If Sir Thomas Liptorrdll
hot donate a cup for .the race, the
jroptiy that was -won by his yacht
would be put 'up 'for competition
again In 1910.
Sinclair nag written a Honolulu
yachting enthusiast to thnt effect,
and ho renews the offer. He also
Inquired as to how he could bo of
use to the race committee, nnd, al
together. Is taking a great Interest
In the-.trnnspaclflc contest.
The Ltirilno, according to Sin
clair, Is for sale, and the boat Is In
ncrfect condition. If nnyone ln'Ho-
.wall cares to consider the purchase
"nf the acltt. a letter tn Sinclair
would do the trick.
Nothing new has developed as rc
gards the big race of July Fourth,
-MCBRYDE SUGAR COMPANY.
Notice "of Annual Meeting of Stock
holders and or closing of atocK
Notice Ib hereby given that the
annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Mcllryde Sugar Company,
Limited, has been called and will be
held at the offices of Alexander &'
Ilaldwln, Limited. In the Stnngen
wold building, on Merchant Btrcet,'
In Honolulu, Islnnd of Oahu, Terri
tory of Hawaii, on Wednesday, tho
30th day of March, 1910, at 2
o'clock p. nt., for tho purpose of
election of offlcers, tho consideration
of amendments to the Articles of Ai
soclntlon nf the company, and thn
amendment of Its Ily-Lnws. and such
Other business as may properly como
before said meeting.
Notice Is also hereby given that
the stock books of the company will
be closed (A transfers Irom the lCtti
to the 30th day tif.Mnrcli, 1910, both
A. W. VAN VALKENHUHO,
4364 Mar. 11, 14, 21, 24. 29.
arrived home ending the dny with nn(J H w u n j,(to Une ,m lno
C, Brewer, & Co., Ltd.
SUGAR FACTORS AND COM
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
NEW YORK TO HONOLULU, via Tehuantepec. every sixth' day.
lit received nt nil times at the Company's wharf, 41st Street,
., all Brooklyn.
SAN FRANCISCO TO HONOLULU: .,,. - , -t
0I.UMBIAN, via meet Sound, to sail. MAR. 31. 1G days in transit
- , sJAmn. direct, to sail APR. 4. 7dajs in trans t
I '.L.'SKAN. via FiiRCt Sound, to sail . .APR. 12. lGdajs in transit
1 ' 'i I ' ATTLK ANU TAUUMA 1U nvnvuvuu uu..
i- i? Mic;nilTfIAN in nil ? WAK,
' i: .pnf.lIMHIAN.' to sail
1 'M HONOLULU TO SAN TRANCISCO DIRECT:
5 HTVADAH carryini' passengers to sail VA',i,i
. i mrther information npplv to ,lf. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
f n vi. Konolllln. -.,,.. i
0. P. MORSE. General Freight Agent.
! .USTACE - PECK CO., LTD
i". OHEEN STREET PH0HTE 2M
timates given on all kinds of Draying, Teaming. Road Buildinf.
"-' ng, Filling.
. i- 1... JOD AND COAL, WAIANAE SAND FOR SALE
?.sfer Co., Ltd.
ire and Piano MovLxg.
The Yokohama Specie
Capital (Paid Up)., Yen 21.000 000
llehervo Fund .... Yen &,!MO,000
Oincers and Directors:
n. F. Wihop President
('to. II. Itobcr(uin -
....Vice-President and Manager
W. W. Ndrlh Treasurer
ltlchard Ieia Seciclury
.1. It. flalt Auditor
(leo. It. Carter Director
C. II. Cooke Director
It. A. Cooko Director
A. Hartley Director
a Btioii record for killing game,
Tlur total number killed and
brought back to camp was eighteen,
The boys were busy after supper
skinning nnd doing the meat "out.
Wednesday turned out to be n nasty
day, both wind and rain enme uown
heavy occasionally which prevcuieu
a big crowL going hunting.
Most oflliu boya spent tho day In
lUliliig nnd swimming. Muny went
un n trumping trip to Wulanae and .
back. In the evening the humeri,,
returned with u big number of goats'
again. The total number Urougni
back was twelve which was very
good tor a bad day.
The boys are beginning to shoot
well since they have been shooting
at targets with tho rllles. Wednesday
answors to tho letters sent out to
the different yacht clubs on the
Const nrc received. As soon as the
answers aro to hand, something defi
nite will be known ns to tho number
nnd names of tho yachts that arc
to compete this year.
DOTS AND DASHES FROM
It Is poxslblo'that the Now Orleans
baseball nine will play n, return hiateh
with Itany's HcantH on Sunday next at
the Athletic Park. Tho J. A. C.-Dla-
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS OF THE
MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO.
In changing from the Manual to
tho Automatic System, it Is neces
sary that the rmmhers of till sub
scribers be clmnge'd.
Subscribers mny obtain their nnir
numbers by applying at thu tele
phone orUce, -Alakea and Merchant
Btrocts, nftcr APIHL lf, 1910. ,
This notice la given In order thnt
any suuscrincrs having priming
dono or signs painted may gecurfc
tnelr new number before contract
ing for such work.
MUTUAL TKLEPHONR CO., LTD.
i i, ii- , of aimers gnve i I n.n.l Head gan.o Is to bo played also,
night a big gang of si gers gve lloll,,,,.ha,icr Hhould provide
concert on the cui. ping gro und wen f()r n lmff
which draw everybody out of their. .,,..,,.. .o... ,,w thn Killors
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
Tho bank bujs an, receives for
collection bills 'of uxchangn.
Issues Drafts and Letters of
Credit, mid transacts a general
Tho Hank receives Local De
posits and "Head Olllco DeimHlts
for fixed periods.
Local deposits -' and upwaids
for nno )ear at ratu of per un
Head Offlco Deposits, Yen 25
nnd upwards for one half )car, ono
jcar, two years, or three years at
raio of 4 14 S per annum,
PartlculnrR to bo obtnlned on
Honolulu OOIce G7 O. King St.
P. O. Uox 108.
,M. TOKIEDA Manager
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
FIRE AND MARINE
Veekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
r ): i. F. Dillingham Co.
General Arjent for Hawaii:
Atlas Aneurance Company of London.
New York Underwriters' Afjency. -Provldenca
Wa6hlnuton Inturance Co.
4th rLOOII, GTAMGCNWALU Dt.DG.
Will do it
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Loudon Assurance Corporation.
Commercial Union Assuranco Co.
Scottish Union &. National Inn
Co. of Edinburgh.
Caledonian Insurance Co. of Edin
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Territorial 'Board of
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U not a Luxury; It Is a Njccsolty.
Uut'you Must have the DEST
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ndmost ifpiltablfl Laws of Massa
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HOtJOl WLU. T. H.
Oahu Railway Time Table
For Walnnno, Wnlalua, Kaliuku and
Way Stations 9;1C a, in., 'i'.m p. in
For Pearl City, Kwa Mill and Way
Statlons-Tt7:3U a. in., 9;1C u. in..
11:30 a. in.. 2:16 p. in.. '3:20 p. in..
r.:15 p. in.. t'J;30 p. m., til: 15 p. m.
For Wahlawa and lllehim M0:20
a, in., SMC p. in., t9:30 p. in., tH:15
Arilvo Honolulu from Kaliuku, Wnl
nulu.i and Wulanuo 8:30 n. in..
5:3) p. in. '
Airlvo Honolulu from Ewn Mill nnd
Pearl City 17: 15 a. in.. !8:30 a. in..
11:02 n. in.. M:40 p. in., '4:20 p. nt:.
'5:31 p. m., '7.30 p. m,
Arilvo Honolulu from Wahlawa and
Lcllehua- :1C n. m., tl:40 p. in., 5:31
p. in., tlO:.0 p. m.
'Tho Halelwa I.lmlied. n two-hour
i train (only flrr.l class tickets honoied).
leaes Honolulu evuty Sunday at 8S3U
a in.; rnturulng, arilves In Honululu
at 10:10 p, in. Tho Limited stopgpuly
at Pun I City and Wi.lanau out,wnil,
mpl Wulanuo, Wuipahu uud Poiirl City
v Dally. Sunday Excepted, tSuuduy
(I, P. DENISON. F C SMITH,
Supoilntuuduut. tl P A.
Chas. R. Crazier
i1ir.n 371 122 Kins? t.
OF ALL riNDI.
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A full nssortment. sizes 24"x06
to 48"xl20", and ganges No. 10 to
No. 20 lust to hand.
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kinds, and guarantee satislaction.
Your patronage is solicited.
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of the Season
1909-, 1 9 10
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A Little I'aint
Goes a Long Way
If Applied by '
HONOLULU IRON1 WORKS
Thursday morning another big
crowd went out hunting Including
ull tho teachers who were lif camp.
rhe re"rd for killing guiiie wns
broken. About forty goats were Kill
ed and one fourth that number
biought buck to enmp. '
The biggest llocl. seen during mo
week were shot nt on Thursdny by
u squad of boys who had formed Into
sklrmlshs and surrounded the flock
killing many . It Is said that there
were about olio hundred goats In the
Hock. The dny anded with ten goats'
sklus brought back to camp.
The total number of gouts killed
nearly reached one hundred nnd
about forty of tlielr bMiib were
brought back to school.
An accident occurred on Thurs
day afternoon while a party was out
shooting. One of the hoys was so
arixlous of shooting nt u goat tuai
lio-dld not tike a close aim, the shot
passing through tho left arm of ono
of his comrades. '
The shot did not do much damage
for It 'did not strike' any bono only
skinning by. That evening tho Stu?
dent Council met and consulted with
Mr. Homo about the accident' and
It was decided to allow only mem
bers of tho three upper grades to go
out hunting on Friday. This being
the last day In camp most of me
larger boys went out limiting; white
the jounger hoys spent the day In
ushlng and sea bathing. Tho goats
decreased during Friduy and only n
few were killed. Tills ended the
Pilikia is Burned. ,,..,.
On Friday' evening the night be
fore the rotnrn from camp It wart
decided by a body of students-to cost
Mr. Plllkla (who .had made so mucu
trouble for the silver pin boys last
month) Into tho fire of Makua, Thl.
lire was built upon the bench of the
cunip uud It wub In full blaze at
eight o'clock when Plllka arrived
and wus put to death. This parade
brought thu whole battalion out to
see hi ru go up In smoke.
Batuiday morning wns Bpent most
ly in dealing up-caniPj. The CadctB
weie busy cleaning llfeir guu from
8 to 9 p, in. When the battalion
wus Inspected by Copt. Winters. The
tents weie left standing (or the girls
who went duwn Monday for their
four duys of camp life. v
Tho schoolboy ciowb are doing good
woik uu tho harbor nnd thu races
which uio to como off next month
pronilso to bo tho hefet seen here for
soiiiu time. Thu Myillus uud lleuluulu
will lend their shells and Ijiws to the
ludB uud help In tivury wuy to eucuur
ug'eiowlug uiuuug the scholuis.
: a a
Thu ciuc'i plUUei of ihu Now Or
leans will hu on huud iu the next
gauio ugaiust Ihu (luaidu, aud Dairy's
HeaulB will not havo much ihaucu of
hilling up fuur runs In ono Inning uh
they did last Sunday In ihu II rut gamo.
llnio. Kcrbody who saw tho sailors
play tho Ouards last Sunday must
hanker for another exhibition of tho
saniu sort. Tho matter may be ar
ranged some Hnio today and. If so, will
bo unnounrcd In unother cnliiinn.
The news that Barney Joy liVd
signed tot- the season with the Boston
Natlonnls caused soino surprise around
town yefterday afternoon; !ho matter
hn.l been itent on let' anil wi.y n few n
tlnuiti' friends knew that tho big fel
low Blgncd tho contract 'boiuo wee-
ago. Joy will got Into active work at
onco ns ho requires' a lot of exercise
to Umber up on.
Tomorrow afternoon tho third
weekly shoot of tho Honolulu Gun
Club will be held nt tho Kakuako
traps, and If Harvey wins out, the
tiophy will become his property.
Harvey won the first "and second
shoots by 'grassing 'all his birds in
Tho tugof-war men aro all straining
away. In their respqctlvo campB, and
the pulls next Saturday promise to bo
lunger sustained ones than thoso of
jast 'week, Tho Portuguese learn ri'ilo'
as favorites for thn seakon, hut' the
HawallaiiB nro considered to havo a
1 IN THE ClltCUIT COURT OF THE
First Judicial Circuit, Territory df.
Hawaii. At, Chambers. In Probate.
In the matter of tho Estate of Mar
gory Ilurnlngham.. Deceased. Notice
to Creditors. Notice Is 'hereby "given
that Thomas A. Ilurnlngham of Ho
nolulu, Island of Oahu, Territory ot
Hawaii, has been appointed ancil
lary administrator with the will .an
nexed of the Estate of Margery llur- .
ningham, late ot Lake Tnkapunn.
noar Auckland, in the Dominion ot
New Zeahind, deceased. All 'per
sons having any claims against the
said estute 'are hereby notrjied to
present the same, duly authenticat
ed, and with the proper vouchers, 'It
any exist, even1 though the said
claims aro secured by. mortgage
upon real estnte, to the said Thomas
A. Ilurnlngham, nt his odce In the
store premises 'of V. O. Hall & Soh,
Ltd., corner of Fort and King Hts.,
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, Vr
to Holmes, Stanley & Olson, attor
neys ut law, 8G3 Konhumaim Street,
Honolulu aforesaid, 'attorneys for
the undersigned Thomas 'A. Ilur
nlngham, within six months front
the date hereof (which 1b the date
of tliiA fust publlcuthVu 'of this no
tice), otherwUo suoTi clalmn, It any,
shall bo rorevoc "barred. And all
persons Indebted to said estate are
hereby notlfed to make pament to
the undersigned as such administra
tor. THOMAS A. HURNINOIIAM,
ancillary administrator with the
will annexed ot the EBtnte ot Mar
gery Hurnlngham, deceased. Datled,
Honolulu., T. II.. March 1. 1910.
j 4R55 Mar. 1, 8, 15, 22. 29.
The crew of the Wobbling Wake
go out nearly every afternoon and
seem to enjoy themselves Immense
ly. Skipper Klnslea Ib a champion
at tho tiller, and what ho does not
know about a boat Is wonderful.
Tho Military League starts up on
Saturday ahernoflii '1iext, when the
Marines and N. O. II. play, und the
Fifth Cavalry ulna go up ugatnst
the Fort shatter bunch.
IVi acres at Kalihi Valley,, with
five-room cottage. Free water. Hen
houses; 'stable. 'Well fenced. . Ideal
place 'for' a chicken ranch. "
, "' 'illOO.OO
Alio "2.4 acres "unimproved, ad
. ' ' ' '$600.00 I
P. E. R STRAIICH
IWai'ty Bldg. " 74 S.-King St.
The Howard Cup will be sailed
for m: Sunday next, aud 'a close and
exciting race Is looked forward to;
Additional .Sports on Page 10
It almost requires a mlcroscopo t)
Dud that 7-year-old sclenlst,-' Out of
tho mouths of babes wo aro getting
more than u request for candy' mone)
lht)Se.16sn. . . , , ,
Stop Paying Rent
"REALTY CO. .
83 Merchant ,St.
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137 .MERCHANT STREET ' I
Residences on 'Beretania Street,
and other property.
David A. Dowsett
Real Estate and Insurance.
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Com'r. of Deeds for California Mel
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Brant 'Marriage Licenses! 'Dtawi
Biortfagcs, 'jueeas, wu oi 'iaie,
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