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nvr.NiNo nm.umN. iioNournj. t. it., Saturday, may 21, mo.
Oceanic Steamship .Company
leave S. F. Arrive Hon. leave Hon. Arrive S. F.
May 28 .June 3 June 8 June 1
June 18 June 24 June 29 July 5
July 0 Jubrl5 July 20, July20
$G5 first class, single, S. F,; $110 first class, round trip, San Fran
cisco., C. BREWER & CO., LTD., General Agents.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.,
and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Btonmors of the nbove Companies will Call nt HONOLULU and Leavo
thlalPort on or about tbo Dates mentioned below:
Leave Honolulu For Orient. Leave Honolulu For S. F.
Mongolia May 30
Tcnyo Maru June 7
Korea June 13
For further Information apply
H. Hackfeld &
Matson Navigation Company
BETWEEN SAN FRANCISCO AND HONOLULU
From San Francisco For San Francisio
S. S. Lurline June 8 S. S. Wilhelmina May 25
, S. S. Lurline June 13
S, S. HYADES of this line sails from Seattle for Honolulu direct,
COLD STORAGE CARGO SOLICITED
'For further particulars, apply to t
CASTLE & COOKE. LTD.. General Agents, Honolulu
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
POP. FIJI AND AUSTRALIA: FOR VANCOUVER:
MAKUKA MAY'87 MANUKA, MAY 26
MANUKA JUNE 25 MAIIAMA , JUNK 21
MAKAMA JULY 22 MAKURA JULY 19
THEO H. DAVIES & CO.TD.rOEWERAL AGENTS.
AMERICAN-HAWAI1ARK6TEAMSH1P COMPANY. '
FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA TO
S. S.-MEXICAN. to.sall:
S. S. MISSOURIAN, to sail
For further information apply to ,H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
agents, Honolulu. g ' ,
. C. P. MORSE. General Frt:;rht Airent.
HUSTACE - PECK GO., LTD
a HUtEH STREET PHONK SIS
Estimates given on all UnrU of Driylng, Teamlnf, Road Bulldini.
txeavating, Filling. -iwis
FIREWOOD AND COAL, WAIANAE"SAND FOR-SALE
Transfer Co., Ltd.
'irmtnr and Piano MotIc
Honolulu Construction and Draying Co.
Office Queen St., next to Inter-Island Co.'s Office Phone 281
The B. F. Dillingham Co.
Ceneral Agtnt for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company of London.
New York Underwriters' Agency.
Providence Washington Insurance Co,
4th FLOOR, 8TANGENWALUIBI.00.
la not a Luxury; It a a Ntcecslty. f
Olit you Must havo the BEST
and that la provided J tha famous
and most equitable Laws of Massa
chusetts, In tha
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co. .
OF B03TON, MASSACHUSETTS,
If you would be fully Informed about
these la.va, address
CASTLE & COOKE,
HONOL.VUUf T. H.
Nippon Maru ...June 4
Siberia June 11
China June 18
Co., Ltd., agents
Freight from the wharves and do all
kinds of heavy draying. For un
usually heavy hauling we have a
traction engine which may be en
gaged at any time.
Be sure to get our prices.
0ahu Railway Time Table
For Walanae, Walalua, Kahuku and
Way Stations 9:15 a, m., 3;20 p. m.
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way
Stations t7:S0,a. in., 9:1B a. m..
11:80 a. ra.,'2:l5 p. m. 3:20 p. m,
6:15 p m., t9;30 p. m., til:15 p. m.
For Wuhlawa nnd Lellehua 10:20
a, m., 5:15 u. m, 9:30 p. m., tll:15
Arrive Honolulu1 from Kahuku, Wat
aulua and Walanae '8:36 a. m ,
5:31 n. m. '
Arrive Honolulu from Ewa Mill and
Pearl City f7:45 a. m., 8:36 a, m,
11:02 a. m., 'lMO p. m., 4:26 p. m..
6:31 p. m, 7:30 p. m.
Arrho Honolulu from Wahlawa and
Lellehua 9:15 a. m , tl:40 p. m , 5:31
p, m., 10! 10 p, m,
The Hulelwa Limited, a two-hour
train (only first class tlcVets honored),
leaves Honolulu oery Sunday at 8:3C
a. m.; returning, arrlvta In Honolulu
at 10:10 p. m. The Limited stops only
at Pearl City and Walanae outward,
and Walanae, Watpabu and Pearl City
! 'Dally. tSundav Excentcd. ISundav
O. P. DENISON, F. C. SMITH,
Superintendent. O. P. A.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 181.
IITA1LIIHED II 1811.
BISHOP & CO.
Commercial and Trav
elers' Letters of Credit
issued on the Bank of
California and The Lon
don Joint Stock Bank
Correspondents lor the
American Express Com
pany anrl Thos. Cook &
Interest allowed on
term and Savings Bank
W. a Irwin.
: T. H.
Ban Francisco Agenta The
Nevada Natlona Dank ot San
Draw Bxcnange on tbe Nevada
National nank ot San Francisco.
LondonThe Union of London
and Smith's Dank, Ltd.
New York American Exchange
National Dank. "
Chicago Cora Exchango Na
Parla Credit LyonnalB. ,
Hongkong and Yokohama
Hongkong Shanghai Danklng Cor
poration New Zealand and Australia
Dank of Now Zealand and Dank
Victoria and Vancouver Dank
of British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made
on approved security. Commercial
and Trailers' Credits Issued.
Dills ot Exchango bought and
Collections Prompt'y Aecounied"For.
The Yokohama Specie
Capital (Paid Up).. Yen 21.000,000
Rcscrvo Tund .... Yen 15,940,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
The. lank buys and receives for
collection bills of oxchaugo.
Issues Drafts and Letters, of
Credit, and transacts a general
Tho Dank receives Local De
posits and Head Office Doposlts
for fixed periods.
Local deposits J2S nrd upwards
for ono year at rato of 4 per an
num. Head Offlco Dopoilts, Yen 25
and upwards for one-half ypar, ono
year, two years, or throe ycare at
rate of ilA per annum.
Particulars to bo obtained on
Honolulu Offlco-C7 3. King St.
P. O. Dox 168.
M. TOKIEDA ,...i.... Manager
Oahu Machine Shop
Manager - - H. L. BOSS
301 QUEEN AND RICHARDS STS.
Telephone 514 ,'
ENGINEERS AND GENERAL
Automobiles, Motor Cycles. Gas Sta
tionary and Marine Engines, Rico
Mill Machinery, Etc.
01 ALL KIND!.
DEALERS IN LTJMBU.
ALLIN t ROBINSON.
Inwi Street it tr H Honolulu
PLANISHED STEEL '
A full assortment, sizes 21"x90"
to 48"xl20", and gauges No. 10 to
No. 26 Just to hand. '
We do sheet metal work of .all
kinds, and guarantee satislaction.
Your patronage is solicited.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO JOBBING
EMMELUTH & CO.. LTD.
Phone 211. 145 Kins St.
Consulting, Designing and Con
Bridges, Buildings, Concrete Struc
tures, Steel Structures, Sanitary Sys
tems, Reports and Estimates on Pro
tects. Phone 145.
185 editorial rooms y56 ou'
neaa office, These art tha tolspront
numbers of the Dulletln- ofTIc. ,
Alexander & Baldwin,
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORB.
11. P. Baldwin President
W. O. Smith.. First Vlco-Presldent
W. M. Alexander
J. P. Cooko ....(
Third Vlcc-Prcs. and Manager
J. Watcrhouso Treasurer
K. E. Puxtnn ........ Secretary
J. B, Castle .' Director
J. It. Gall Director
W( R. Castle ..., Director
and Insurance Agents
Hawaiian Commercial ft Sugar Co.
ILMku Sugar Company.
Maul Agricultural Company.
Hawaiian Sligsr Company,
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Kahulul Railroad Companyr
HalOAkala Ram.h Company.
McDrydo Bugar Co.
Kauai Hallway Co.
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
Honolulu, T. H.
8HIPPINQ AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS, SUGAR FACTORS
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS
Ewa Plantation Co.
Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
"Kohala Sugar Co.
Walmea Sugar Mill Co.
Apokaa Sugar Co, Ltd.
Fulton Iron Works ot SL Louis.
Blako. Steam Pumps.
Weston's Centrifugals. ,
Dabcock & Wilson Pumps.
Green's Fuel Economizers.
Match Stiam Pumps.
MatBon NnWgatlon Co.
Planters' Line Shipping Co.
C, Brewer & Co., Ltd.
SUGAR FACTORS AND COM
Officers and Directors:
E. P. Bishop President
Ooo. If. Robertson
.... Vice-President and Mauagcr
W. W. North Troanuror
lllchard Ivers .. ..... Sccrotury
J. IL Onlt Auditor
Ooo. It. Carter . .i....... Director
C. IL Cooke u.J Director
R. A. Cooko ....-,W. ,.. Director
A. rjartloy -.... Director
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
FIRE AND MARINE
IIMCIIDAMfF AfiFWriFS Juno 9' '3,' rrfr tl10 ,""'"'c"on
lllJlJKmll'L rtULlll.lLJI,r n School TiUchoru' Cottngo nt
Itoyal Insurnnco Co. ot Ltverpoot
London Assurnnco Corporation.
Commercial Union Assurance Co.
Scottish Union ft National Ins
Co. of Edinburgh.
Caledonian Insuranco Co. of Kdln
Upper Itlilno Insuranco Co. (Ma
rino) Teiritorial Board of
' Office 403 Stancewald Bide;,.
of the Season
I9O9- I 9 IO
A Little, Paint
Goes a Long Way
If Applied by
With Mrs. NETTIE HARRISON'S 4-DAY HAIR
COLOR. II Is the only entirely succstsful and
sitlifsctory preparation for the purpoi.
Simple Htrmltti . Certain. Sold (er 20 yssrs,
rtcornmandid and una" with satisfaction by
thousands. Contains no Issd, sulphur or other
harmful Ingredient. II "dyes" and "rsstorsrs"
havs disappointed yoo, try this. It nevtr falls.
$1.00. At all first-class druggists and j
BENSON. SMITH & CO.
Fort aiid Hotd-Sts.
Sealed Tenders will bo recehed
by tlio Hoard of Supervisors of tho
County of Maul, up to 4:30 p. m,
Juno 9, 1910, for moving Kaupo
Specifications may he had of the
undersigned upon application.
.All Tenders must be made out on
the blnnk forms nnd enclosed In the
on elopes, sealed, furnished by the
undersigned, nnd must be accompa
nied by u certificate of deposit or
certified check upon a bnrk or trust
company doing business In the Ter
ritory In a sum equal to 5 of tho
amount of bid, and made pa) able to
tho order of W. P. Pdgue, chairman
of the Hoard of Supervisors.
Ily order of tho Hoard of Super
visors of the County of Maul,
Dated Mny 18, 1910. 462-7t
NOTICE OF POSTPONEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that the
opening of Tenders for the construc
tion of School Teachers' cottnges at
Kcolcea, Kuln, Mnul, will be post
poned until 4:30 p. in, on Thursday,
June !, 1910.
Plans nnd Specifications may be
had of the undersigned upon mak
ing deposit of Fho Dollars, which
will be refunded upon return of
All Tenders must be made 6ut on
the blnnk forms nnd enclosed In the
envelopes, scaled, furnished by the
undersigned, und must bo accompa
nied by a certificate ot deposit or
certified check drawn upon u bank
or trust c npany doing business In
tho Territory In u num. equal to 5
of the amount of bid, nml made pay
ablo to the order of W. P. Pogue,
tlutrniun of the Hoard of Super
iors. Ily Order of the Hoard ot Supervis
ors otflhc County of Mnul.
4CS.. '.. Count)' Engineer.
i "i nl Tenders will bo received
by tl'o Hoard of Supervisors of t)ie
County of Mnul, up to 430 p. in,
Plans nnd Specifications may bo
had of tho undersigned upon making
deposit- of I'lvo Dollars, which will
bo refunded upon leturn of Plans.
All Toiulcrs must bo made out on
tha blnnk forms nnd oncloscd In tha
emolopcs, bcalcd, furnished by tho
undersigned, nnd must ho accompa
nied by a certificate ot deposit or
ertlfled check drawn upon a bank
or trust company doing business In
tho Territory in n sum equal to t
of the nmount of bid, and mado pay
ulilo to tho order of W, P. Pogue,
chairman ot tho Hourd of Super
. Isors. i
Ily order of the Hoard ot Super-
Isors ot tho County of Maul.
Ditcd May 18r 1910. 46".'4-7t
Alexander & Baldwin, Limited.
Notice Is hereby clvcn that n sue
clal meeting ot tho stockholders
r & Baldwin, Limited, will Christmas Carql on the seventh. It
t tho offlco of tho company,.' seldom that Honolulu Is offered
be hold a
Stangenwald building, Honolulu, 'on;
Wednesday, the 25th day of May,
1910, at 2 o'clock p. nt.. for tho pur
pose ot considering an Increase ot the
capital stock nt said corporation,
Ily order pf the 1st Vice-President.
IJ. E. PAXTON,
Socrctar), Alexander & Baldwin,
Honolulu, T. IL. Mny 13, 1910.
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
Phone 170 Night Call 1014
Come and learn particulars at
T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
Beretania St.. 0pp. Sachs'
2aV"'For Hsnt" cards on kalo at
the Bulletin office.
The nffalr at tho Outrigger
grounds on tho nftcrnoon and even
ing of Juno 10 Is to be & social
cent. Thoro will bo dancing at
both hotels and on tho new lnnal of
the club. Tho ladles of tho women's
auxiliary will Bwls, nnd a big suc
cess Is nssttrcd. As planned nt prcs
en, the! ball will b'e set rolling about
four In tho nftcr'noon, with a surfing
contest nnd a regatta. Tho band
will bn there, nnd at 5 o'clock, ta
bles will bo set for a thousand In the
old nnd new Iannis, nnd tho chowder
will bo scrveil. It Is also hoped that
the joung Indies In tho women's aux
iliary will contest for ono of tho
Clark cups, to bo given to tho bcBt
surfrldor. Miss Josephlno Pratt and
Miss Carroll 1xw hao already out
tered for this contest, which will
make them lato for tho chowder
hut, then, tlA- chowder wllF be sorved
from five to eight, at which hour
tho tables will he cleared from the
floor and dancing will begin. There
Is somo talk of a vaudeville, at tho
Seaside for thoio who are not dnnc
ers. The McRno Stock Company will
ho present, lining generously offer
ed to close the Opera Hoii.se for that
one tight In order that they may
nsslfff nt the Outrigger carnival. It
will probably be 9 o'clock before the
Illuminated canoe carnival will e
gln. A score or more of gally-llghted
canoes will be paddled around tho
bay In procession, surf In from tho
reef and bo taken over the bar Into
the lagoon. Ho)s 011 surfboards will
disport In tho waves with signal
lights fixed to the bows of their
boards to cast a ruddy glare on the
Idcrs. The grounds ot tho Outrig
ger Club, It li needless to say, will
be billllantly lighted with tolored
lanterns. "There will be booths and
bowers everywhere. The ladles of
tho women's auxiliary who will havo
charge t this portion of the enter
tainment nro Mrs. Soper, Mrs. J. A
tlllman, Mrs. I L. McCandlcss, Miss
Charlotte Hall, Mrs. Ebon Low nnd
Mrs. Dr. Hobdy.
Tho Palolo Social Club held Its
card party Thursday evening at the
Rldeout home In tho valley. Tho
usual number of games ot pedro
were warmly contested, the two first
prizes being carried awny by Mrs.
Merrill anil Mr. lladway.
After the games refreshments were
scned. Among those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. Ormlst,on, Mr. and
Mis. Morrill, Mr. and Mrs. Il0)d. Mr.
and Mrs. Poster, Mr. and Mrs. Hide
out, Mrs. Chas. Schocnlng, Mrs.
Wright, Miss Ethel Day, Mr. Clyde
Wright, Mr. McOarvIe, Mr. lladway.
Mrs L. L. McCamllesa and the la
dles of tho literary circle of the Kl-
johnua Art Leuguo hae provided nn
unexpected treat for tho people of
Honolulu. Prank Spotlight, tho grent
Dickens Interpreter left Vnnrouvor
on the Makurai jestcrday and Will
stop in Honolulu long enough to
glvo threa of his famous readings
beforo resuming his round the world
trip. The ladles of tlio nrt league
are rushing tho repairs and Improve
ments hoi! g uindo on tho Art League
auditorium so that It will comfort
ably scat ull those who attend tho
readings. Tho readings selected by
the Indies nro the three best and
most dramatic in Spcalght's roper
tnlre, tho first, which will take rllnco
on the evening of Mny 31st, Is
Spcalght's best, Pickwick. The won-
dcrful faclnl artist depicts each and
every character with tho vividness
of Crluktdiuiik, the volte nnd man
ner of each is' Imltatod so closely that
the utnller.ee. feels that It Is really
bound up In the DlekePR book. For
two hours Spenlght gives a vorltublo
play In which ho assumes a scoro of
characters, He has pla)cd his parts
beforo kings and he has revived In
America the Dickens cult. Spealght
will be. with us for at least one veek,
for the ladles of the literary circle
have him booked for David Copper
oHlil nn the third of June, and Tho
a llterry treat Biich as Spealght
provides, and doubtless tho Art Lea
gue auditorium! will be filled during
tho entlro course ot three readings.
William O. Irwin sailed on Satur
day for Honolulu and expects to bo
away a couplo of months. During his
nbsence Mrs, Irwtn uud Miss lloteno
Irwin will bo at 8anta Barbara.
There, also, Miss Irwin's fiance, Tom
pletnn Crocker, will spend Boieral
weeks, dividing his summer between
the Southorn town and Burllngumo.
Examiner, May 9.
Mr, Henry Wlchman of Honolulu
sailed from New York tho middle of
April for German) bn tho North Gor
man LIod Bteamer AupuBta-Vlctqrla.
Mr. Wlchman Is, In Berlin for tho pres
ent, but will shortly Journey to Baden
Baden, In Oermany, nnd tako udvun
tage of these, famous baths.
Mis. William O. Irwin and her
daughter, Miss Helene Irwin, had a
box pnrty last evening. Almost oy
er)' 01.0 of tho jouuger girls nttonded
the concort. There was a lqng list of
patronfcisufl. The concort v. its a great
social success. Call, May 10.
IN TUB DISTIUCT COURT OF THK
UNITED STATES, TUK Tini. "
IUTORY OK HAWAII.
THE UNITED STATES OP AMER
ICA, rialnllfT, vs. WILLIAM it
CASTLE, ot al , Defendants.
Ariinn bronchi In nald District Court,
and tho Petition filed In 'tho offlco of
tho Clerk of said District Court, la
THE PRESIDENTOP THK UNITED-
STATES OF AMEP.1CA Ulll.i-i-INO,
wil.t.tAM n. CASTLE: IDA IJ. CAS
TLE, wife of WILLIAM R. CASTLE.1
WILLIAM It. CASTLE, Trustee; J. D.
JOHNSONj whose full and true name
I. unknown: UWINPJOHNSON, wins
of J. D. JOHNSON, whoso full and trim
namo Is unknown; William j.
ACHI: HANNAH MARKHAM!
OEOItOE ,MARKHAM, husband ot
HANNAH MARKHAM; EDITH MOR
TON HENRY C. MORTON, husband
of EDITH MORTON.' MAUD 1'ix.u
HEIl: HENRY C. PFLUOER, husban-l
of MAUD PFLUCIERi YONQ AHINr"
8IU SHEE. wife of 'ONO AHIN; LEH
CHU.Trustcoi'CUM HOY; LEECHU;
CHUNQ SUED, wlfo of L.KK unu; u.
DIN SINO, whoso full and truo namo
is unknown; WONO SEE. wlfo of C.
DIN SINO, whose full nnd truo nnmo
Is unknown: T. KAT POO, whoso full
and true namo Is unknown; LEONQ
SHEE, vlfo of T. KAT POO, whosa
full and truo namo Is unknown; YEE3
CHIN: WONO SHEE. wlfo ot YEH
CHIN; CHIMSHEE; THE WESTERN
and HAWAIIAN INVESTMENT uum
PANY LIMITED, corporation duly
Incorporated and organised under tho
laws of the United KlnKdom of Oroat
Brltnln and Ireland and,havlng Its IIcb
I'stcred Offlco at Dundee, Scotland;'
VONO YAU; CHOW CI10NO TINr
CHOW BON; NO MINO JOKE; EL
MER KAPAHULU, ROBERT KAIMU
KI, CHARLOTTE PALOLO and CLA
RA WAIKIKI, unknown heirs at law
of KAAIHAEMA, deceased; MANUEU
LEAHI. AUQUSTU8 WAIALAE, ED
NA HANAMU and MARY NIU, un
knows heirs at law of HOOMOEA
PULE (w), decoased; ALFRED PUU
NUI. ANTONIO PAUWELA, EDITH
KEWALO and MALAEA PALAMA,
unknown' heirs nt laW of KANANI-MAULOA-
(w), deceased; JOHN AIEA,
CHARLES MUNANA, JOB WAIAU,
EUGENE KOILHLI, VINCENT PA-
HOA CLEMEUT KOKLE. MIRIAM
LEHUA, RUTK IIAE, ELIZABETH
MAKIKI. ABBIE KALUAOLOHE,
LEILANt PUNAWAI, LYDIA MO KIT
and EVELYN POO, unknows ownort
You aro heroby directed to nppoar,
and answer tho Petition In 'nn action
entitled as above, brought against you
in tho District Court of tho United
Stntes, in and for'the Terrltoryof Ha
wall, within twenty days from and af
ter service upon you of a certified
copy of Plaintiff's Petition heroin, to
gether with a certified copy of thla
And jon are hereby notified that
unless you appear and answer as
abovo required, tho said Plaintiff win
tnko Judgment nnd condemnation ot
fho lands described In tho Petition
herein and for any other relief de
manded In tho Petition.
WITNESS THE HONORABLE A. O.
M. ROBERTSON, ono of
tho Judges of said District
Court, this 18th day ot
(Seal) March In tho year of our
Lord ono thousand nlno
hundred nnd ten nnd ot
tho Independence of tho
Unitou States the ono
hundred and thirty-fourth.
(Signed) A. E. MURPHY,
No. 61. DISTRICT COURT OF
THE U. 8. for tho Territory of Hawaii.
THE UNITED STATES OP AMERICA
VB. WILLIAM It. (JAUTI.U, ci ni.
BUMMONS. ROBERT W. URECKONS,
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, )
Territory of Hawaii, )
I, A. E. MURPHY, Clerk of tho Dis
trict Court of tlio United Stales ot
America, In and for tho Territory and
District ot Hawaii, do hereby certify
tbo foregoing to bo a full, true and
corroct copy ot tbo original Petition
and Summons In tho case of UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA vs. WILLIAM
R. CASTLE ct al., as the samo re
mains ot record and on fllo In tbo of
flco ot the Clerk of said Court.
IN WITNESS WHREOF, I havo hore
unto set my hand anil af
(Soal) fixed tho seal of said Dis
trict Court this 21st day
of March, A. D. 1910.
A. E. MURPHY, '
Clerk ot United States District Court,
Territory of Hawaii.
Sealed Tenders will again bo re
ceived by the Superintendent ot Pub
lic Works until 12 ni. of Monday,
May 23, 1910, for remodeling tho
cottage at Nuuanu Reservoir No. 4,
for the reservoir keeper.
Plans, specifications nod proposal
blanks nn file In tho Department of
Tho Superintendent of Public
Works reserves the right to rojoct
nny or nil bids.
Superintendent of Public Works,
Honolulu, .May 11, 19 id,