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nVKNINd BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T, II., MONDAY, APB. 2C, 1910.
Oceanic Steamship Company
Time Table .
Direct Service to San Francisco and Son Franisco to Tahiti, con.
nectinp with U. S. Co. of Ni Z., ltd., for Hew Zealand (Wellington);
Sailing from Honoluln March 10, April 0 anil 27, and every 21 days.
$Q5 first clas, single, S. F.; $110. Hist ilti;., round triij, San Fran
cisco; $235 first class, Tahiti, round trip.
C. BREVEIl & CO . LTD.. General Attend.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.,
and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of the abovo Companies will Call nt HONOLULU and Leave
thin Tort on or ntiout tlio Dates mentioned Lelow:
leave Honolulu For Orient. , Leave Honolulu For S. F.
China April 25 Asia April 23
Manchuria May 2 Mongolia May 7
Chiyo Mam May 10 Tenyo Mam May 14
Asia May 17 i Korea May 20
Mongolia k. ..May30 Nippon Mam June 4
For further Information apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., agents
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA! FOrt VANCOUVER:
MAIIAMA AW. 28 MAKUIIA APR. 25
THE0 H. DAVIES & CO.. LTD . nENEJlAL AGENTS.
Matson Navigation Company
BETWEEN SAN FRANCISCO AND HONOLULU
From San Francisco For San Fxanciuo
S. S. Lurline May 4 S. S. Wilhelmina April 27
Wilhelmina May 17 Lurline May 10
Lurline June 1 Wilhelmina May 25
Wilhelmina June 14 Lurline June 7
S. S. HYADES of this line sails from Seattle for Honolulu direct
on or about APRIL 23, 1910.
For further particulars, apply to
CASTLE & COOKE, LTD..
AMEBICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
FROM NEW YORK TO HONOLULU, via Tehuantepco. every sixth day.
Freight received at all times at the Company's wharf, 41st Street,
FtW SEATTLE AND TACOMA TO HONOLULU DIRECT:
S. S. ARI20NAN, to sail
S. S. VIRGINIAN, to sail
For further information apply
HUSTACE - PECK CO,, LTD
83 QUEEN STREET
Estimates given on all kinds of
FIREWOOD AND COAL, WAIAHAE
Transfer Co., Ltd.
f .in. nf and Piano IComjr.
w'eekl.y Bulletin $) per Year
The B. F. Dillingham Co.
General Agent lor Hawaii:
Atlat Assurance Company of London.
New York Underwriters' Agency.
Providence Washington Insurance Co.
thLOOR, GTANOENWALU DI.OQ.
Is not a Luxury; It Is a Necessity.
But you Must have the BEOT
and that la provided jy the famous
and most equitably Laws of Massa.
chusettt, In the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.
OF, BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS,
If you wouli be fully Informed ahnut
fries- la.vs, address
CASTLE & COOKE,
SCLERAL AQENT8, I
HONOLULU T H.1
Oeceral Agents. Honolulu
to ,H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
MORSE; General Freight Agent.
Draying, Teaming, Road Boihlinr,
S.AND FOR SALE
Tor Walanao, Wolalua, Kahuku and
Way Stations 0:15 a. m., 3:20 p. m.
For I'oarl City, Kwa Mill and Way
Stations 17:30 n. m., ,'9:16 n. m.,
11:30 a, ro.. 2:1G p. in.. 3:20 p. ni.,
5;15 p. in.. J9:30 p. in., tll:5 p. m.
For Wablawn and Lcllehun '10:20
a. m., 0:I5 p. m., 9!30 p. in., fllilS
Arrlvo Honolulu from Kahuku, Wal
aulua and Walanao 8! 30 a. m.,
Arrlvo Honolulu from Rwa Mill and
Pearl City t7s45 n. in., 8:30 a. in.,
11:02 a. m., M;40 p, in., 4:2G p, in.,
5:31 p. ni., 7;30 p. jbi.
Arrlvo Honolulu from Wahiawa and
Leileluu a;l6 a. m., tl:0 p. rn 5:31
p. m., 110:. 0 p. m.
The Halclwa Limited, a two-hour
train (only tlret elms tlcltets honored),
leaves Honolulu every Sunday at 8:38
a. m.; returning, nrrtvos In Honolulu
at 10:10 p. m. The Limited stops only
at Pearl City nnd Wtlanao outward,
and Walanao, Wutpahu and Pearl City
Dally. tSumlay Excepted. tSunday
q. p. denison, f. c smith,
Superintendent O. P, A.
Bulletin Business Offlce Phone 258.
D-.1',t -p,1i,i01 Vnhri, Phnn 'lB
T5p. p$r Mojrith
MTABLIIHin IX i8l.
BISHOP & GO
Commercial and Trav
elers' Letters o Credit
issued on the Bank of
California and The Lon
don Joint Stock Bank
Correspondents lor the,
American Express Com
pany ancf Thos. Cook &
Interest Allowed on
tctm and Stvinjjs Bank
W. Q. Irwin.
San Francltco Agents The
Novnda National Dank of San
Draw h'xehange qn tlio Nqvada
National Hank" of San Francisco.
London The Union of London "
and Sbilth'o Hank, Ltd.
New York Aniortcnn Exchange
Chicago Cora Exchange Na
Paris Credit Lyonnals,
Hongkong and Yokohama
Hongkong-Shanghai Banking Cor
poration. New Zealand and Australia
Dank of Now Zoaland and Dank
Victoria and Vancouver Bank
of British North America.
Deposits rejcciv.ed. Imnn made
on approved security. Commercial
and -Travelers' Credits Issued.
Dills of Exchange bought and
Collections Prfmptly "Accounted For.
The Mohama Specie
Capital (Paid Up).. Yen 24,000,000
Reserve Fund .,.. Yen 13,910,00
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
Tho bank buys nnd receives for
collection bills of exchange,
Issues Drafts and Letters of
Credit, and transacts a gtmcral
Tho Dank receives Local De
posits and Head Oinco Deposits
for nxod perlodii.
Local deposits $2 nnd upwards
for onp year at rn,to 6f 4'por an
num. Head Ofllco Deposits, Yen 25
and upwards for one-half year, one
year, two yearn, or tlireo yo'ars at
ratq of 4V4 por annum.
Particulars 'to bo obtained on
Honolulu Offlce C7 O. King SL
P..O. BpxlC8. '
01 ill DNDI.
DKALEBB Iff LUVB21.
ALLX k KQApBOH.
A full assortment, sizes 24"xQ.8''
io wiiair. ana RSUgtS no, au 10
No. 2Q just o hand.
We do sheet metal work of all
kinds, and guarantee satislabtion.
Your natronav-R ii solir.lfrrl '
PEOMPT ATTENJJIOlf T$ JOBBINq
.ciuiiuajuxu vV-t -LXU,
Phone 211. 145 Kine St.
" COMPANY, XTD.
Consulting, Designing and Con,.
Bridces, Buildincs. Concrete Struo.
tures,-Steel Stnictures. Sanitary "Sys
tems, Reports and Estimates on P:o.
iccu. rnnne 143.
Oahu Machine SQp
Manager - H. I, BOSS
3pl QUEEN AND RICHARDS STS.
ENGINEERS AND GENERAL
Automobiles, Motor Cycles, Gas Sta
tionary and Marine Enbines, Rjri
win juaunuici,y, 4iv.
IJi.i ounuridi rotink OO oust
ness offlce. , -Ti3e.se are the telephone
umbers of the Bi'ilstln offlciL ' '
Alexander & Baldwin
OFFICERS AND DRECTOnS.
H. V. fidldwJn ......., President
W. O. Smith.. First Ylco-Proslderit
,W. M, AoxbncKr ..' .'.T
, ', Si'fimil-Ylre-l'rcBldont
Third Vlcrl'i pm. npl Snpager
J. Wnieiliiiuu ' '. Ti'dasnre'r
KKU JViielrii eretnfy
i. D CaStle Ulrcqtor
J. It. pSlt ? tHWtb'f
vr. if. dasHo '"'sMi'J
aqrf Insuraqpe "Agents
Hawaiian Cdmm'dr'cliil & Sugar Co.
Iinfki Sugar Company.
Ma'ut Agricultural Company.
Hawaiian Sugnr Company,
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Knbulul ItalliOi, Compnuy.
llnloakala HaiKh Company,
. McDryile Sugar Co.
Kaunl Hallway Co. ,
Castle & Cooke, Ltd.
Honolulu, T. II.
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MER
CHANT3, SUGAR FACTORS
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS
Ewa Plantation Co.
Walnlua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Kolmla Sugar Co.
Walmea Sugar Mill C,
Apokaa Sugar Co., Ltd.
'Kiilton Iron Works of St. Lous.
Dloko Steam Pumps.
Dabcock & Wilson Pumps.
Green's pui'J Kroni)nil7crs.
March Sleam Pump.
Matson Navigation Co.
Planners' l.lne Shipping Co.
C. BreweT& -Co., Ltd,
.SUGAR FACTORS AND COM
Officers and Directors:
K. P. Dishop President
'....Vice-President and Monager
W. W. North Treasurer
Itlchard Iveis Secretary
J. R. Oalt Auditor
Oco. It. Carter Director
C. II. Cooko Director"
II. A, Cooke Director
A. Clartley ...r ......... Director
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
FIRE AND MARINE '
noyal Insuanco Co. of J.hcrpooi-
London Assuranco Corporation.
Commcrctnl Union Assuranco Co.
Scottish Union & National Ins
Co. of Edinburgh.
Caledonian Insurance Co. of Ddln
Uppor Ithlno Insurance Co. (Ma
rine) Territorial Board of
Office 403 Staneewald Bldf.
,of the Season
1909- 19 10
A Little Paint
Goes a Long Way
If Applied ty
HOf Oil L'l IRON WORKS
Agent, ' '
fi. iri) ifvS1
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. qially to a wo-
man. If your
hair falls out, ia
too tlijn, or is los
ing is. qolor, uso
It will rcmovo till dandruff,
and will givo you thick, long,
glossy, and beautiful hair.
Accept no Bulistitute. Bo
suro you got Ayer's Haic
Vigor, r.nd proscrvo tho rich
ness and luxuvianco of your
hair to an advanced period
Tnnrtt ty CV, f. C Ait & Co., tn1, Hm., liS. A.
PROPOSALS for services during
fiscal ear 1911. OIIlco Depot Quar
termaster, Honolulu, II. T March
2A. 1910. Healed Proposals, In trip
H(':ite will be received at this office
li'iitll 10 a. 111.. April 27. 1910, and
tlion opened, for the following scr'
vices: 1 All printing required for
the offlco of Depot nnd Constructing
Qiinrteriuaatcr at Honolulu, tl. T.
2' I'uriilshlug anil delivering Ice to
Ilia illlTeicnt oIIKoh aiul Q. Al. cor
ral. .". I.aundeilug lowelu for of
liiea (if l)e:iot 11ml Constructing
Q'uarteriuaster, I Laundering linen
for trunsnorls. !i Coaling nnd steve
doring transports. Separate propos
als for each clan of services are re
sulted. Illanh fin ins and further
Information ran be obtained at this
offlce. Envelopes containing propos
als must be endorsed, "Proposals for
Servlcci, 1911," tind addressed to
the undersigned. J. C. CASTNEH,
Captain and Quartermaster, II. S. A.,
Depot QuarermnsW. '
4579 Mar. 29, SO. 31; Apr. 1, 'it;
NOTICE OF MEETING.
At a meeting of thb stockholders
of tho Monuapa Agricultural Com
pany, Limited, held at the office of
Us agents, Messrs. C. Ilrower St Com
pany, Litulted, In Honolulu, on April
21, 1910, the following officers were
olectcd to servo for the ensuing
!;, I'axon lllshop. ...... .President
Itlchard I vers. ..,.,. ,VI:o-Prosldcnt
II. M. Wliltney
Secretary and Treasurer
II. M.- WHITNEY
Secretary, Honun'po Agricultural
-n r-n : rr"
For Good Furniture
; ft 1 tt
THE RENEAR .
ALQER0BA BEAN MILL
The Only Successful
Mill in Operation
C. W, BENEAB, ManaRer
THE PIONEER PLUMBER
Merchant, Near Alakea
WW ilo (
Pau Ka Hana
At Your Grocers
HENRY. MAY & CO.
'SkSPAJ S J
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,'n a u un n.n-n M.in.n.in..a,lw.i
! 8P9RT& !
tt ; u
f mwm m m.
Fine Sailinc Event .Wa Julled, Off
" Ye.steiday Gladys Oct Into
Second Place and Kam third.
5 . in. Tfi ii
Yesterday tho Irwin Cup yacht
raco was1 sft.lled, ninl It resulled In a
Vn for 'thb" CharlHuo q which boat
complolcd the ihlrty mjles course 'In
4,)ion'r('i0ti'hlnntcs nnd '30' sefcbiids.
The Hindi's Avhs secohll. tho lCnmc-
hHme'ha' thlrll,; nhd (llelr times of
finishing were, respectively cnar
liKtc C, 1:10;:)0: Gladys, 1:01:44;
KRmeiiamblia, 2:'b7:'2o'.'the ttmo for
t(e Helclio was IVot 'jnjieil. ' '
"Thi ifiiy wna'lde'hi 'for sailing, and
tho crnft made good time' over 1V10
course. ' A) thfl.'l)0.ltB wefQ (ojlowbij
lj; the Knltimamt II., carrying judges
mid other cnjhusmnjlc 'yKclifBinmi.
TSe Ilawlill nfso followed llio'coirser
blit took po piirt iH 't'fiB"face. " "'
'The ra"o iit'itrted nt'!):30 o'clock,
and all four boats got away toge'th'e'r.
Tliere was a goiid breeze, and nil tho
vAchts mado good time to Koku
lleflii, wlicro the stake lioatwna ah
cnoied. ' The run back to Pearl (larbor
from Kot'o Head was made In good
time, but then the, wind dropped, apd
the yachts came up to the bell buoy
slowly. Tho Chnrlotta C. was tho
first to oiobs the llulslilug Hue, and
r6o won tho rnco without having to
take advantage of her handicap of
22 mills. &4 sees.
The Hawaii made excellent time
down to Knkn Head, and sIiq hhoWcd
her liecli to the whole iium-h, al
though not hi tho race. Rho was not
ciowded with eaiivas, but still wnlk
ed through tlio water In fine Rliapo.
The Irwin Cup rare was n groat sue
c6:s, and it wns viited n Hplondld
day's sport. '
- iiijiiiiiiiiv series
Shatters Defeat Cavalry and Marines
Account for N. Q. H. Team. ,
On Saturday tho military league
continued lis series and two games
Were played at the league grounds.
T,ho flrtt was between the Fort Shat
ters and the Cavalry, nnd tlio' for
mer team won by a scoto of" 10 to 9.
The Shutters aro playing great hall.
and they-stnnd n good chance of win
ning out in the series.
Tho second game was between tho
Marines nnd the N. G. II., nnd liar
ry's No. 2 lleauts wont down In do
feat to the tune of 3 to 2. The half-
wets played much better bait than
they have for some time past, and
tjiey beat the Guards fair and square.
There was not much of a crowd
present, ns a large number of fn'hs
had to bo down at the Y. M. C. A.
track meet, 'and' could not be In two
places at once. However, the root
ers who were present mado enough
noise, for twlco their number.
There are now six teams in the
military league, ns Fort Itueer nn'cl
the First Hospital Co. have been In
vited to tnkopart In tho scries. It
Is expected that ihe original Uarry's
lleauts will once moie don tho uni
forms, and then there will bo some
real baseball seen for sure.
NEWS NOTES FROM
This (Monday) afternoon at 3
o'clock there -will bo a'tryout game
of baseball pliijed on tho school
gtomids between teams of the High
School and the Kama. Tho Kams
will try two promising pitchers in
.his game. Kamau and John LI ml1
scy nre tho two lads who will bo
tried in tho box. Tho school line
lip will, ho as follows: J. Kauhl, c.j
J, -Lindsay and Kumau, p.; McGow
nn, lb.; A pau, 2b':; Ah Chew, 2b.;
K. Noah, ss.; Kalal, J. Hal, Kn
Tho cadets havo been hard at
work lately preparing for their In
spection Wednesday "morning 'next,
and nre' i.ow ready to, show what
they can do. Captain Winters has
been doing n great deal in the mili
tary Hue this year nnd the result of
his woik will bo shown by the en-
dots Wednesday. "The 'drill will In-,
elude skirmish,, extended order, set-tlug-up
oxercls'es, guard 'mounting,
inspe.tlon and dress parade.
One of the notices published tin
tho bulletin board at (he schools Is
"The annual Inspection of the mil
itary department nt theso schools will
he made on Wednesday, the 27th In
stant, by Major 8. M. Dunning, 20th
"Al cudets. arp wnrnod" to havo
their clothing, arms and' equipments'
in order for 'the 'inspection. 'Khukl
uniforms and gloves Bhould bo clean;
gray uniforms brushed nm prcsbedl
enps In good condition nnd brushed;
white collars, nnd clean brass but
tons on the khaki blouses. Every
thing should be In the best possible
condition for Inspection.1,
IN THE nTsTIHCT COURT OF THE ' ', Y'
UNITED STATES, FO
TOR THE Tint-
THB UNITED STATES OF AMER
ICA, Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM II.
CASTLE, e( ni., Defendant, '
Acflo'n brought In said District Court,1
and tho Petition filed in tho offlco (it,
thd Clerk' of said 'Dlsfrlct Court, In
' ' ' , fc
THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED
STATES ' OF AMERICA GREET
ING, TO; -'
WILLIAM R. CASTLE; IDA B. CAS
TLE, wlfo of WILLIAM 'It. CASTLE;
WILLIAM It. CASTLE) Trusted Jl).
JdllNSON, whoso full nmt true namd
Is unknown; UWINJ JOHNSbN, jviro ,
of jf."D. JOllNgOjJ, whose full' and ttjio
namo Is unkjiown; VILLlAM ' ,C.
Akjlll; IJAtfitfA" 'MArtKUAM:
dEOROE MAnKltAM, irusCamr 'of
HANNAH MARKHAM; EDIT1I MOR-v
.TQN HENRY C. MORTON, husband
of ED.ITH MQ11.TQN; MAJUp PFI.U'
CUPi Trustee: CUM HDY; J.EBCHU;
CHUNG" SHEE, wlfo of LEE CHU; C.
PIN 8Np, wiqso fj and tf-uq ijamo.
Is unknpyn; WONG SEE, wlf'o of C.
JHN Sjjj'p, whoso fujl and trup namo
is unknown: "j."lT P,0'p, who'sq full
and ' 'tni'o 'h'amo Is'iinitnown: K.lJONO
HEB, wlfo. of T. KAT POO. TJhosq
full itnd truo'namo fs 'unknown; Yee
QI1IN; WONQ BHEE, wlfo of. YEK
CHIN; CHIM SHEE; THE WESTERN
and HAWAIIAN INVESTMENT COM
PANY LIMITED, n corporatlpn duly '
Incnrporated and organized under the
laws of tho United Kingdom" of. Great
Drltaln and Ireland nnd having Its Reg.
Islcced Offlco nt Dundeo, Scotland;
YONO YAU; CHOW CIIONO TIN;
CHOW BON; Nd MINP JOKE; EL
MER KAPAHULU, ROBERT KAIMU
KI, CHARLOTTE PALOLO nnd CLA
RA WAIK1KI, unknown heirs at law
of KAAIHAEMA, deceased; MANUEL
LEAIII. AUGUSTUS WAIAIME, ED
NA IIANAMU and MARY NIU. tin-'
knows heirs at law of HOOMOEA
PULE (wf. deceased; ALFRED PUU
NUI,' ANTONIO PAUWELA, EDITH
KEWALO and MALAEA PALAMA.
unknown heirs nt law nt KANANI
MAULOA (w), deceased; JOHNAIEA,
CHARLES MUNANA, JOB "WAIAU,
EUGENE MOILIILI, VINCENT PA
HOA, CLEMENT KOELE, MIRIAM
LEHUA, RUTH HALE, ELIZABETH
MAKIKt. ABUIE KALUAOLOHE."
LEILANI PUNAYAI, LYDIA MOKU
and EVELYN P.OO, unknowa owners
You aro hereby directed to appear,
and answer tho Petition In an action 1.
entitled as above, brought against you
In tho District Court of thq United
States, In nnd for tho. Territory of Ha
waii, within' twenty days from and at- '
ter service upon you ofn certified
copy of, I'latntlipt Petition herein, to
gether with a' certified copy of this
And you are heroby notified that
unless you appear and answer na
abovo required, tho said Plaintiff will
take Judgment and condemnation of
tho lands described In Urn Potltlon
herein and for aijy other rcjlcf do-
roanded In tho PeUtlon.
W1TNFSS' THB HONORABLE A. O.
M. ROBERTSON, ono of
tho Judges of said District
Court, this 13th day ot.
(Seal) March In tho year of our
Lord ono thousand nlno,
hundred and ten and of.
tho independenco ot tho
United Stntes the ono
hundred and thirty-fourth.
(Signed) A. E. MURPJIY,
"Mo. Cli DISTRICT COURT OF
THE U. S. for iho Territory of Hawaii.
THB UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
vs. WILLIAM R. CA8TLU, ct al.
SUMMONS. ROBERT W. BRECKONS,
Plaintiff's Attornoy.4' ' ' '
UNITED 8TATES OF AMERICA, )
Territory of Hawaii, ) '
I. A. E. MURPHY, Clerk of tho DIs
trlct Court of tho United States ofi
America, ii) and for tho Territory aniL
District ot 'Hawaii, do hereby certify,
tho foregoing 'to' bo a full, truo anil' '
correct copy of tho original Petition,
and Summons In tho casb ot.UNlTEDi
STATES pF AMERICA vs. WILLIAM.
R. CASTLE et a!., as Iho samo" re
mains of record and oji Mo In tho of
flco of tho Clerk ot said Court.
IN WITNESS WHREOF, I havo here
unto set' my hand nnd nt
(Seal) fixed tho sealot said Dis
trict Court this 21t day
of March, A. D. 1910.
A, E. MURPHY.
Clerk of United Stntos District Court,
The California Harness Shop, has
moved to tjie Junction ot Wchards,
Merchant nnd King Btreeli, formerly.
Automobile and Carriage
'Trimmtnw n CaaIaTI-.
D. 0. HAMMAN & SON. Proprietors
After May l(Dr. H. V. Murray
will keep ovenlns hours, from 7 to 8. . ,
on Monday, Wednesday niid'Frldnyjp,
only save, by special appointment.