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Oceanic Steamship Company
Time Table '
Direct Service to San Frandico and San Franico to Tahiti, con
nccting with U. 8. Co. of N. Z., Ltd., (or New Zealand (Wellington).
Sailing from Honolulu March 1C, Apnl 6 and 27, and every 21 day.
$65 first .class, single, S. F.; $110 fiwt class, round trip, San Fran.
Cisco; $235 first class, Tahiti, round trip. ,
C. BREWER fi CO,. LTD.. General Agent.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.,
and. Toy o Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of tlw nbove Companies will Cnll at HONOLULU and Leave
this Port on or about tho Ditcs mentioned lolow:,
leave Honolulu For Orient. I leave Honolulu For S. F. '
1910. 1 1910.
Korea March 28 Siberia March 28
Nippon Maru April 12 1 China , ... April 8
Siberia April 18 Manchuria April 0
China April 2G.Chiyo Maru April 10
Tor further Information apply
H. Hackfeld &
Canadian-Australiant Royal Mil
FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA: FOR VANCOUVER!
MAITAI Al'lt. 2 MANAMA MAR. 29
MARAMA AMI. 21!
THEO H. DAVIES A CO..
Matson Navigation Company
BETWEEN SAN TRANCISCO AND HONOLULU
from San Francisco For San Fianciuo
BR I.mliniO ,Aprtl 6 S. S. Wilhelmina March-20
S. K. Wilhelmina .Aptil 10 S. S. Lurline April 12
S. S. Lurlino May 4 S. S. Lurline April 27
S. S. HIL0N1AN of this line sails from Seattle for Honolulu, di
i rcct, MARCH 27.
For further particulars, apply to
CASTLE & COOKE, LTD..
FROM NEW YORK TO HONOLULU, via Tehuantepec. every sixth day.
Freight received at all times at the Company's wharf, 41st Street,
FROM SAN FRANCISCO TO HONOLULU:
S. S. COLUMBIAN, via Fuget Sound, to sail. .MAR. 31, 10 days in transit
5. S. NEVADAN, direct, to sail. ; , APR. 4, 7 days in transit
6. S. ALASKAN, via Pugct Sound, to sail APR. 12, 16 days in transit
FROM SEATTLE AND TAC0MA TO HONOLULU DIRECT:
S..S, MISSOURIAN. to sail , MAR. 27
S. Si COLUMBIAN, to sail .' APR. 8
ritOM HONOLULU TO SAN FRANCISCO DIRECT:
S. S. NEVADAN carrying passengers to sail APR. 16
For further information apply tq ,H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
C. P, MORSE. General Freight Agent. "
HUSTACE - PEK CO., LTD
3 QUEEN STREET ' PHONE Ml
Estimates given on all kinds of. Drajingv Teaming; Road Boildlag,
FIREWOOD AND COAL, WAIANAE SAND FOR, SALE-
Transfer Co., Ltd.
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Oahu Railway Time Table
For Walanuo, Walalua, Kahuku and
Way Stations 9: ID a. nf., 3:20 p. m.
Tor Pearl City. Ea Mill and. Way
Stations 17: 30 n. in , 9:16 a. m..
11:30 a. in., 2:15 p. in.. 3:20 p. m.,
D:15 p. in , t9:30 p. m., til:lS p. in.
Kor Wuhlavra and Uellehua '10:20
a. m., C : 15 k m, (9:30 p. m., tll:lC
Arrlvo Honolulu from Kaliuku. Wul-
ftuiun uw uwuuug oyv uv Ul.,
..I. is a..,., l,ntnnnn IC.,1! 4
;-n:.n .11. ni.
Arrlvo Honolulu from Ewa Mill and
Pearl City t7:4B a. m., S:3G a. ra.
ll;02 a. in., M:40 p. m.t 4:2G p. m.,
5:31 p. in., 7.30 p. in.
Arrho Honolulu fiom, Wahlawn and
Lollcliua 9:16 a. m., tl:0 p. in., 5:3,1
p. in., tlO.-tO p. in.
Tho Hnlelwa Minded, a two-hour
I rain (only (list class tlckotH honored),
lea yen Honolulu every Sunday nt 8:30
u m.l loturiilnu. an Ives In Honolulu
at 10; 10 p. in Tlio Limited stops only
at Pearl City and Walanao outward,
and Walanae, Wnlpabu and I'earl City
Dally, fSunil.iy Excepted, (Sunday
n, ! nuNisoN, r, c. smiiii,
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Bulletin Business Office Phone 206.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 181,,
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issued on the Bank of
California and The Lon
don Joint Stock Bank'
Ltd., London. '
Correspondents lor the
American. Express Com-:
pany and Thos. Cook,&'
Intercsv allowed on,
term and Savings Bank.
W. Q. Irwin.
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Novnda National Dauk of Son
Draw Exchange on tbo Novada
National Hank of San Francisco.
London Tho Union of London
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Victoria and Vancouver Bonk
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on approved Bccurlty. Commercial
and Trailers' Credits Issued.
Bills of Kxchango bought and
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
The Yokohama 'Specie
"Capital (Paid Up).. Yen 24,000,000
Reserve Fund .:.. Yon 15,940,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
Tbo bank bu)a and receives for
collection ' bills of exchange,'
issues Drafts and Letter of
Credit, and transacts a general
Tho Bank receives Local De
posits and Head Omca Deposits
for fixed periods.
Local clcpolts HI and upwards
for ono year at rata ot.4& per an-,
Head Office Deposits Yen 25
and upwards for one half jeur, ono
year, two years, or threo years at
rato of VAU per annum.
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, this "
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to 48"xl20", and gauges No, 16 to
No. 26 just to hand.
We do sheet' metal work of all
kinds, and guarantee satisfaction!
Your patronage is solicited.- '
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Phone 211. 145 Kint St.
Consulting, Designing and Con
Bridges, Buildings, Concrete Struc
tures, Steel Structures.'Sanitafy Sys
tems, Reports and. Estimates on Pre
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ness office. These are the telephone
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OPFICKM , AVOf OIRCOTOIrtXS
II. P, Raldtfin V..... Prealdent.
W. O, Smith, iFlrstyico-Presldont,
W. M. Alexander ?
.". Sndond Vlcc-Prealdont
J. P." Cooke ..;..'. .".V. . .'.
Third Vice-Pro., and Manager
J. B. Castle Director
J. R.Qalt..". Director,
W. nffaalla. .. . . . y Dlreijto,
n Su4it$. w
.. Xgen ,for
Ilatiallaq" Comrhcrc'lal & Sugar .Co.
, Halku"8ugar Comnany.
, Pala Plantation.' "
Maul Agricultural Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
KnnUKri Tlantatlon Company.
Kahutul Railroad Company,
Haleakala Rani.h Company.
McDrydo Sugar Co.
Kauai Railway Co,
Castle &. Cooke Ltd.:
Honolulu, T. H.
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS, 8UQAR FACTORS
QENERAL INSURANCE AQENT8
Wolaiua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Kohala Sugar Co.
Walrnea Sugar Mill Co.
Apokna Sugar Co, Ltd.
Fulton Iron Works- of SL Louis.
Blake Steam Pumps.
Babcock' & Wilson Pumps.
Green's Fuel Economizers.
March Steam Pumps.
Matson Navigation Co.
Planters' Line Shipping Co.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd;
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Officers and Directors:
K, F. Rlttbop President
Geo. II .' Robertson
. . . . Vlco Prcsldont and Atonagcr
W. W. North . '. Treasurer
Richard Iyer Secretary
J. R. Oalt .-Auditor
Geo. R. Carter Director
C. II. Cooko Director
It. A. Cooko Director
A., Gnrtlcy :...i. Director
C. Brewer &Co.KLtcL
FIRE AND MARINE
ROyal Insuranco Co. of Llverpoyl.
London Assurance Corporation.
Commercial Union Assurance Co.
Scottish i Union ft. National Ins
Co. of Edinburgh, '
Caledonian Insurance Co. tit Edln-
Upper Rhine Insurance, Co. (Ma
. rlno . '
TerrjtqjW, Board o
. lmmiration, ,
; Offloe' Mar!8tianU.Biatv
HpnolnlB.,'" 'T -
of the Season
A Little Paint
Goes a Long Way
! TOM SHARP
HONOLULU I RON WORKS.
-...,. let. .u4.i.
SHIP SDBSIDT HHYi ,v
Charges Nof Corruption and Intlni
"datipn Being Brought to Surfaci
Kajuse Committee Will InTea-
WASHINGTON, March 15. As tho
fenult,.of, a ,re'soiq).lon Introduced In
Cpngrcssby ftepresontatlro Stqrncr-
Bt(u o(.siMine"! ji,i miio'1,11 fuy "
tlon ,on ship, MiUiUly loglslatlon will
hac, to bo' posfponod so lar as this
fcsslon is .confemeil.
' John Hays Hammond, president of
the National Leasitc of Republican
Grubs', and J. Sloat Kassott, Represent
ative in Congress from tho Thirty-third
New York district may bo summoned
to appear beforo the Houso Committee
on tho' Judiciary to tell what' Ihey
know about alleged Improper methods
said to have bceq used by certain per
sons In an attempt to force the pas
sage of n ship suisjilyblll through th,o.
House 'at .this session, Representative
Stccnerson, a Republican from Mlnnc
i6tn, wlll(Bsk that these' (wo witnesses
Mr. 8tcpnorsonjs the' author of a
resolution Introduced In the House to
day directing the Speaker to appoint r
s:uini cuiuiuiiieo tu inquire jniu
charcesthat, officers 'of tho Merchant
Marino League, of ' CloVcland, Oho,
have consplrcdond Tcdoratcd together
for the. .purpose of .unduly and.lmp'rq'p
v Influencing Cpngrcsfi and 'tne'niem
bcis IKercof In counectlonlth sub
sidy legislation andcrcatlng hostility
against all persona opposed to this
legislation. In a statement authorised
tonight Mr. Stecncrson made lt'clear
that whllo hu proposed to Introduce the
names or,, Mr, Hammond, and -Mr- 's
Rottjnto thocavi It was only for tho
putrosf) of n'dduclng from ,thcin acts
that nilglit, tend, to support th,o conten
tloni that. lobby had been formed In one
Instance to further, legislation ,and In
another possibly to. obstruct It. Ac;
cdrdlnc to Mr. Stecncrson the informa
tion that ilrr Fassett has kuowlcdgo
on 'tho subject capie dlrec from, the
Now Yorkj"mcmbcr himself. ,
Aftetho resolution had becja rcta
red io tho Committee of- (ho Judiciary
today, Mrv'Stecnetson, said. ho, was ap-
proaencuoy air. fassoii, wno saiuni
bo Sad. reason' to b'cllovo that foreign
v .'. . , . ..: ' . .j
.intcreals witHomces in New
ttnlnnfl'n Inlilil' In Wnnhln-.
York maintained a lobb.v In Washtne-
.(on.'for'.the purpos.ot .defeating .ship
...l.i.W.1.. 1 l..-iiZ - pUl
ctvuiQjy.. luiiismuuu. jur. oieunursun
KalQ turthCrrtbaMirassqrr rncrcirpoii
announced a purpnso to offer a resolu
tion directing aq Inquiry Into this
phase ' the subject- v
'That will be unnecessary," Mr.
Stecncrson said , he , tofd Mr. Fassett.
"My 'resolution 'is sufficient. .1 shall
ask, that jou bo summoned by ,the com
mittee," To thla suggestion Mr. Fassett na
eentcd. ' President Hammond ,of the.Leaglio
Of nei'ubllcan, qubs; according ta Mr.
sieenorspu, was inuuccuq.occomo
Interested. In shin subsidy 'legislation.
"I shall ask that ho be suw,moncdo
uiijivar uiuiu liiv . cuiuiimvlcu iui leu
Whatever he may know, as to the means
auqpica 10 lunqcr suosiay. legislation,
said Mr. Stecncrson. ' ' ,
The StecnrfiQri Resolution Ja a pret
t.v warm document, It iloes, not go In
to particulars, 'merely outljnlns,- ln( a
general way that, Improper means aro
being used to press subsidy, legislation
and. that large "sums .of money,, have
beqn an dare bejng used arid'expeni;,
ca to employ writers rqr.Re press.io
prepare articles favorable to.shipisub
sidy and to. employ. loBbylstiS" to ii
licit and Inervlewtaemberaon said
uiautir nuy u pay t;KuimiKi cuairiuu-
and. Influence election pt members and
Mr. Bteenorson further charges that
'members who showed a disposition to
Dgbt. subsidy legislation havp been i'lni
tlmldatod and, terrified'' In ancflorj to
forco"th,em to change thelr'Vosltlpns.
Hechargos that dturlng the, last few
tears tbepartles ,to tho alleged con
spiracy have sent, their ogenls, Into, his
district with a t view to. inducing him
"to favor and support said legisUtlon
and to oxpross blmsolf theroon.'SFiiii
thor, that the 'parties to th,Q alleged
conspiracy sent rnoney to a cltlien of
crookston, Minn., ,-wher,0 Steeneraon
resides, In order to obtain Information
aboutrhla, private, affairs., and that, af
tor obtaining the-lntormatlonthe con
spirators sent Mm Information that It
was to be published. Atl of this was
done, Mr, Steenersoo, says. In further
ance' of,. the consntraev. ,
. Whether tho Stoeuerson resolution
ill result' n Congress probing th,e sub
sidy lobby remains to be Been, Speojter
Cannon construed the resolution to
constltuto a question of general, priv
ilege, and permitted Its Introduction la
opcn.nouee... on motion of Mr. Payne
of 'New York" It was referred to the
yorumieo on the Judiciary." 1
, 1t,',ls. assumed that tho hearing. on
Uie resolution before the House. Com
mittee. Mr. 8toenerson will makeian
ex parte case. If tho evidence submit,
tod Is sufficient to warrant such action
an Inquiry undoubtedly Will bo order
ed. This was tho nrocoduro followed
Intho caso of the .resolution presented
by Mr. I.lllev of Connoetlrnl ImmoHI.
ftlely preceding, Iho iStibpiarlnp, hunt
aramliil, Mr, I.llloj'aharptM that cor-
inpi iiieiiMMiR nan neon iisimi in nflu-
enclng iiicmlMTs nf CnngrcBR In tolp
fop , itiiliruni luoji ) owj embraced. In 0
rosoliillon the-' fofm of JwhlcftJ was
changed at the request o( members of
t 11 ' x im ti 11 n 'n pi UK tl
0A rV-v. - wj j. H
QUH CLUB, 1
8. Norton Bobo Shows flood Form
Brown and.Deerina; Tied' for
Second Place Spalding Shoots
Well,, 'J '" -
Dpwp at the .Kitk.aak.p traps yes
terday afternoon the Hawaiian Gun
Club shot off the third stage of the
weekly cup IrophV- BTCorthnBobO
turned mit'to be-the winner, wjth.a
total ot 22 killed -oUtutx28M H..D.J
Brown and C. W. C. Deerlng tied
for secopd (place, each glassing 19
out of afroaslble 2s,
Harvey the,, winner of. the 'twp
previous Wednesdays,' was unable to
be present at the traps, asjbo has
been 111 for some. day;. SpaljUpg
was the only scratch man present,
and he accounted for 16 birds out
In-the practise shoots beforo the
competition started.,! Spalding hit
nine 'out ot ten and showed good',
clean, crisp form-wlth the gun. He
missed the first clay, 'but' (heri made
a straight run ot nine. Spalding la
Improving every day, and lie Is
shooting In greaL form now. If ha
continues grassing the birds at tho
same rate as he dd jesterday after
noon, there will be some tail snoot-
lngrdonoon the local straps before
many days pass.
The..nrj!tlheIA.of, yesterday's shoot
was at, the Leggett trap, and, mq
clays were thrown out at unknown
angles. The, gunners arc. getting
used to tho new trap, and some 'fine
shooting, Is being done by the mem
bers. At the , unknown angles the
average per man waa almost nine,
birds, whle.at the. known ( angjee
exactly eight was the figure!
C? W., CT'beerlng made 'Ms first
appearanco In the present aeries, and
he scored 19 out ot 26. He Is a
sterling good shot, and generally
maKcs -a gooar score iyin-tii-ioTmi
J. W. Harvey has won ,tne weea-
ly cup twice, and If he managea to
win once more the trophy wlt be
come his property. Harvey sboofs.
from scratch all the time, and he la
champion. Everybody, will be
sorry to hear that ho Is under tne
weather,? and all wlll-fcope-thaUhe
speedily recovers. '
Thet Ml J score,s of yesterday's
shoot are aa follows:
ti, D. Bpwi?n, Onktipvifn' angles,
9; known angles, 10; tqtal, 19r pos
sible, 26s - , .
r C. W. C. Deor,Ing Unknown an
gles, 12) known angles, 7; total,
19; possible, 26.
,n. IK1UU--UHKUUU BUHICB, iUj
known angles, 12; total, 28; "posslT)
oie, 2S. (
II. U. Odclt Unknown angles, 8
knownJanglea,k8 tQtl, 16;, 0080:
ble. 30ii l
Irwin Spalding Unknown angles,
8; known angles, 8; total, 16; pos
- Charles'- E. Long Unknown an
glea.. 9 ;,' known 'qglta.. 6 ;l intl, ,1 q ;,'
8. H. E. Wadhams Unknown, an
gles, 6 1 known angles, 6; total, 11;
possible, 30i -
The skating Marathon race will
take nlace at tho Princess HtnW on
the evening of April' .20. A'large
entry list Is anticipated,, and the
scorers will (be kept busy on the,
eventful nluLj ' , JI
Entries, (or thorHalelwa Marathon
race close tomorrow a'ffernoon 'at E.
O. Hall-' Son's store, and-no-entry
At the Pleasanton this evening
the Hawaiian band will play th
following program: '
March The Free Lance Sousa
Overture Naklrls Wedding. .Llncke
Ballad The Holy Clty( Adams
Selection The Operatic Mirror..
....,.....'. ,.,.. ....... Tobaql
vWrJL mwaljan ,89ngs, ....
.'..... .Ar. by Uerger
Reminiscences of All Nations...,
t . Oodfrey
Finale The Fairest of j the Fair'.'."4
The, 'Str 'Bpangea DAnijej;,
tXber Spring- Valjey ;Watf r company
has filed a suit to eject squatters.
the.Connnlttiu), oumRuIcb MrrVLtlley,
had a hearing beforo thC(,,conjmUteo'.
He succeded In convltclng. Its raem
hers that an Inquiry would disclose
crrupton, and accordingly an'jnvesjl
Hatlpn w (is authorli'ejl. ' "
Mr. Sleenersnn Insists that tho stnto
inontB set forth In his resolution to
nether wlll other Informn.tlnn In blH
poasosslouuljl warrant tlio Houso In
creating a.cpn'imltt(i;'(jLiJiloqulry;in lli
The ItnttM Wlreles Telectaohi
Company Will, place 'limited num
ber Jf shares In tho local market
at, $4Q for the next few nays. It I
expected that there will noon be u
Urge advahco In tWise"1 securities,
which will Increase the value of
thlsstock to at least S0Nper share.
The stock of the United Wireless
Telegraph Company will be handled
In the 'Hawaiian Islands exclusively
through me; and -all original pur
chases ot stock- must be made
through and from mo.
W. A. SEALS,
General Fiscal Agent, United Wlro-
Jess Telegraph Company, Young
Hotel. ' 4G8u-2t
8UQAR COMPNy. ii
Closing pf .Transfer, Books.i
1 Notice Is hercby'gtren that oq ac
count of the annual meeting of tbo
company,, to be, hpld In .SanFran-'
cl'sco onWednesday, April 13," 1910.
the Honolulu transfer bookswlll ba
Closed-1 for transfers from, April 1,
1910, -to April 13, 1910, both datc3
Inclusive. 1 i) 'i.
' ALEXANDER t DALDW1N,
-Honolulu Transteri, Agents. l
Honpluiu, March 29, 1910. ",
JU8HJE8S NOTicES '
PROPOSALS , for service during
fiscal year 1911. Office Depot Quar
termaster, Honolulu, II. Xm Maxell
28, 1910. Scalod Proposals In vtr4p
llcate will be received at this office
until 10 a. m., April 27, 3,910,, and
then opened, for the following, ser
vices: 1 All printing requlrod for
the offlco of Dopot and Constructlnic
Quartermaster at Honolulu,' If. T.
2-Furnishings and.,doJIvorlng,Iqq to
the dlfferenUofflcca, andQ,M,B cor
ral. 3 Laundering towels for of
fices ot Depotf and, Constructing-
Quartermaster, i Laundering linen
for transports. S Cooling and steve
doring transports. Separate propoa
ala for each class ot services arji re
quired. Blank forms and further
InJormatlonCan be obtained at this
offlce. Envelopes, contalnlpgprbpos-
ais must ue enuorscu, -i-roposais iur
Services, rtllr" jand, addressed to
the undersigned. J, C. CASTNER.
Captain and Quartermaster, U. S. A.,
-lOTtlMar. ap, IO. .01; Apr. J, 2,
. 2.., '
"U, B; KNOlrreEK7WlCKndno
fuljt, r. H.,' March' 1, 1910. Sealed
proposals for dredging In Honolulu
Harbor, Hawaii, will 'be received
here until 11 o'clock a. m., AprlV
X. 1910, and thenpubllcly opened.
Information on application. B.
EVELETH WINSLOW, Major.,! En
5G5 Mar. 2, 3. i. "B, 30, 31..
, NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The undersigned, having been ap
pointed administratrix ot the Estate
Of, Bamyel .Haluapo, deceased, laio ot
Honolulu, Oabu, hereby" gives notice,
to. all persons Javng claims agplniit
fheestato of said Samuel Haluapo to
present the same to her, at the offlce
of John C. Anderson, Rooms 11,' 13,
;q., KaBlolafllHlldJnfc Ify said. Ho
QOtju, .wjt?n, slxmonths from the
date of the nfst publication of this
notice, "of they will bfl forever
barred, , ."'.T" '
. KAL1JArtLUI HALUA.PO,, .
Administratrix of the Estate ot
Samuel' Haluapo, Deceased.
Hp.ocJ.plU., Feb. 24,, 1910. , v.
,-457 Mur. 3. 10..,lX.2f, M;
1V4 acres at. Kalihli Valley, Vith
veoom"cbttag. "Ttttyiiterr Hen
stnsep; swDiev, -vvejiiieiicea,; iutoi
place for ji.c"aiokea,rajicJi... .
Also -2.4 aerei unimproved,, ad
joining, above. . ' '
j. r iftxw.90,1 i
P. E. R. STRAUdH
Waity Jlda. - , . 74.8. Klmr 8t.
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137 XE1CSAJX STREET.
FOR BALE 1'
, Residences on Beretaaia Street,
and other property. ,
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Qraat Harriage Lioewtt; Drawa
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