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beanie Steamship Company
.SCHEDULE S S. SIERRA,
leave S. T.
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GOrst class, single, S. F ; $110 first class, roundrtnp, San Fran
cisco. . -.
C. BREWlR & CO.,-LTD., acneral.Accnts. . -
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.,
and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers or tlio nliovo Companies will Cnll nt HONOLULU una Leave
this fort on or about the Pates mentioned below:
Leave Honolulu For Orient. Lravc Honolulu For S. F.
Chiyo Maru July 20 Mongolia July 30
Tcnyo Maru July 30
Korea August 7
For further Information apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., agents
Matson Navigation Company
BETWEEN SAN FRANCISCO AND HONOLULU
From San Francisco For San Francisco
S. S. Lurlice August 3 S. S. Wilhclmina July 20
S. S. Wilhclmina August 0 S. S. I.urline August 0
S. S. Lurline August 31 S. S. Wilhclmina August 17
S. S. Lurline Scntcmbcr 10
S. S. HYADES of this line sails from Seattle for Honolulu, direct,
For further particulars, apply to
CASTLE & COOKE, LTD.. General Agents, Honolulu
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA! FOR VANCOUVER:
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THEO H, DAVIES & CO., LTD.. GENERAL LGENTS.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
From New York to Honolulu, via Tehuantepec, every sixth day.
Freight received at all times at the Company's wharf, 41st Street,
FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA TO HONOLULU DIRECT:
S. S. VIRGINIAN, to sail JULY 25
S. S. MEXICAN, to sail AUGUST 0
For further information apply to ,H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
-C. P. MORSE. General Freight Aeent.
Never any annoying misplacing of baggage. You can
depend absolutely on our service.
UNION - PACIFIC
HUSTACE - PECK CO., LTD
(.1 QUEEN STREET MOOT III
Estimates given on all kinds of Draying, Teamlnf, Road Buildiai,
Cxmvntinz. Filling, , ,
FIREWOOD AND COAL, WAIANAE SAND FOE. SALE.. ......
The B, F. Dillingham Co.
General Agent for Hawaii:
Alias Assurance Company of London.
Nw York Underwriter' Agency.
Providence Washington Insurance Co,
ah FLOOR, STANGENWALU BI.DQ.
Ii not a Luxury; It Ii a Ntcecslty,
But you Must have the BE8T
and 'tliat It provided jy the famous
and. .roost, equitable Laws of Mxtsa.
cKusetts, In the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.
OF BOSTON, MA0SACHU8CTT3,
' If you would be fully Informed ahnut
- these la,vs, address
. CASTLE & COOKE,
HONOIYLU, T. H.
10.000 TONS DISPLACEMENT
Arrive Hon.Lcavc Hon. Arrive S. F.
"WE NEVER FAIL"
Oahu Railway Time Table
Far Valanae, Walalua, kahuku and
Way Stations 3:15 a. rn 3;20 p. in.
For I'oarl City, Kwa.MIU and Way
Stations t7:30 a. m., 9:15 "a. m
11:30 n. m.. 2'.5 p.,ra.. M:20 p. m
5:15 p. in., 10:30 p( m., tUjl6 p. m.
For Wiihlnwa, nnd Lellohua 10:20
n. in., SilC u. m., J9s30 p. m., tll:15
Arrive Honolulu from. Kahuku, Wat
aulua and Wnlaoao 8:30 a. m.,
5:31 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu' from Ewi Mill and
Pearl City t7;4& a, m., 8:36 n, m
11:02 n. m., 1M0 p. m., M:26 p. m..
5:31 p. m., 7:3Q p. m.
Arrl)o Honolulu, from Wllilawa and
I.pllolma 0;1B a, m., tlMO p. m., 5:31
p. m., JlO;o p, m.
Tho Halelwa LlrnHbdf a two-hour
train (only flrnl, clan tlcketb honored),
IraieB Honolulu ovory Sunday at 8:36
n m.i returning, arrlyfa t,n .Honolulu
at 10.10 p. in. Tho Limited,, Btops only
at I'carl City and Walanao outward.
1 and Walanao, Walpobu and Pearl City
I "Dally. tSundar Excepted. JSunday
a. p. nnNiBQN. p. c smith.
Superintendent. . a. P. A
Bulletin Business Office Phone 858
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 181
MTABLIIIXD n 1111.
BISHOP & GO.
Commercial and Trav
elers' Letters of Credit
issued on the Bank of
California and The Lon
don Joint Slock Bank
American Express Com
pany and Thos. Gwk &
Interest allowed on
term and Savings Bank
Bank of Honolulu
San Tranclico Arjents Tho
Nevada National Dank of San
Draw Excnanae on tlio Nevada
National Hank of San Francisco.
London The Union of London '
and Smith's Dank, Ltd.
New York Amorlcan Exchange ,
Chicago Cora Exchange Na
tional Hank. 1
Paris Credit Ljonnals.
Hongkong and Yokohama
Hongkong-Shanghai nanklng Cor
poration. New Zealand and Australia
Dank of Now Zealand and Dank
Victoria and Vancouver Hank
of Ilrttlsli North Araerloa,
Deposits received. I-oans made
on approved security. Commercial
and Travelers' Credits Issued.
Bills of Exchange bought and
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
The Yokohama Specie
Capital (Paid Up). -Yen 34,000,000
Ileaervo Fund ....Yen 1C.2SO.000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
The bank buyB cud receives for
collectroni bills of oxchaugo,
Isbucs Drafts and. Lettors of
Credit, and transacts a general
The Ilank receives Local De
posits anil Head Office Deposits
for fixed periods.
Local deposits $26 and upwards
for ouo year at rata of 4 per an
Head Office Deposits, Yen 25
and upwards for ono-half year, 0110
year, two yours, or three years at
rato of 4V4 per annum.
Particulars to bo obtained on
Honolulu Offlco-C7 S, King BL
P. O. Box 168.
Yu Akal Manager
Oahu Machine Shop
Manager H. L. BOSS
301 QUEEN AND RICHARDS STS.
ENGINEERS AND GENERAL
Automobiles, Motor Cycles, Gas Sta
tionary and Marine Engines, Rice
Mill Machinery, Etc.
O? AIL UHDI.
DIALERS IN LUHBXK.
nrw Itreet t! !' m UnnolaN
A full assortment, sizes 24"x00"
to 48"xl20", and Ranges 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 Kine St.
BEST COAL AND WOOD
HONOLULU Phone & DRAY1NG
fONSTRUGHON 381 COMPANY, Ld:
0FFI.0E QUEE.N .ST., NEXT TO INTER-ISLAND C0.r
Alexander & Baldwin,
OPFICER8 AND DIRECTORS.
It. P. Baldwin President
W. 0. Bmlth.. First VIco-Fresldent
W. M. Alexandor
J. P. CooXfl
Third Vlco-1'rcs. nnd Mahager
J. Waterhnuxe ........ Treasurer
E, E, Part (in Secretary J
J. B. Castle Director
J. It OnU tilrrrtnr'
W. IL- Castle Director
and Insurance Agents
Hnwatlan Commercial & Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maul Agricultural Company,
Hawaiian 8ugnr Company,
Kahuku Plantation Company,
Kahulul llallroad Company.
Hnleakala llani.li Company,
Mrllrydo Sugar Co.
Kauai Hallway Co.
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
Honolulu, T. H.
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION' MER
CHANTS, SUGAR FACTORS
QENERAL INSURANCE AOENT8
' F.wa Plantation Co.
Watalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Kohnla Sugar Co,
Walmea Sugar Mill Co.
Apokna Sugar Co., Ltd.
Fulton Iron Works of St. Louis.
Pabcock & Wltsoui Pumps.
Orecn's Fuel Kcnnomlxere.
Matson NnWgntlnn Co.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
SUGAR FACTORS AND COM
Officers and Directors:
K; F. tlUliop President
Goo. H: Itobortson '....
. ...Vico-I'rcBlduiit and', Malinger
W. W. North Treasurer
' Hlchard (vers ., Sccrotary
J. It. Halt Auditor
den. R. Carter Director
C. II. Cooko Director
It. A, Cooko Director
A. Oartloy Director
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
FIRE AND MARINE
Iloyal Insurance Co. of Liverpool.
London Assurance Corporation.
Commercial Union Assurance Co.
Scottish Union ft National Ins
Co. ot Edinburgh.
Cnlodonlan Insurance Co. of Edin
burgh. Upper ltlilne Insurance Co. (Ma
rino) Teiritorial Board of
Office 403 Stangewajd tlif;
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Will do it
' PACIFIC ENGINEERING'
Consulting, Designing and Con
structing Engineers. ,
Bridges, Buildfiics.v Concrete Struc
tures, Steeh Structures, Sanitry Sys
tems, Reports and Estimates on Pro
lH5t editorial rooms: 350i busi
ness office. These are the tslsphent
J REAE ESTATE
Recorded July 13,' 1910.
Antonio do Roma to Chang F Blng:
Dj por Imt 10 of Or 2630 nnd Kills
6040 B nnd 2349, Fort. St. Honolulu.
S4C0. 11328) p 491. Juno 28, 1010;
II F Lewis and wf to Henry Wntor
houso Trust Co Lid; I); Lots 3, 4, 0,
8, 10, 12, IS, 1G. 0 nnd 11. 111k 62
nnd rents, Kalmukl Tract, Honolulu.
S17S0. II 328, p 493. July 12, 1910.
Cecil Drown Tr td Manut-f It Perrcl
ra; Cnrrctn D; Lot' 3, Illk D, Kaplo-
Jnnl Trnct, Honolulu, It. D 338, p
liu. j lino 11, ituo.
Patrick F Itynii anl wf to J K Mln
chcr; Dj por Kill 6011, Ap 2, lildgs,
etc, Knllhl, Hnnolulii. 900. D 338,
p 121. ov 27, 1909.
Est of Uornlce P Illshop by Trs to
Territory of Hawaii; Kxch D; 60 ft
strip across II P 7806. Kill 7713, Ka
luanul, Koolnulon. D 338, p 122. May
Territory of Hawaii by Acting Oovr
to Trs of Est of Dcrnlco P Dlshon!
Kxch D ic land; Knlunnull Koolnuloa.
Oahu. D 338J p 122, May 20,, 1910.
John It Mlnrhor to Charles! ncrgcr:
D; por Kul 601IJ"Ap 2,' bldgs etc,
Knllhl, Honolulu. 11250. 1)338, p 123.
July. 8, 1910.
.Charles.' ncrgeri to John ICMIncher:
M; por Kul HOtr, Ap 2, lildgs etc,
TOilllll, Honolulu. SGS0. U 339, p CI
July Si 1910,
1 Tra of Ust of Jnmcs Cnmphcll to
Kaplulanl Est Ltd;, I'nr ltd:, Lot 11
oft Kul 23491 mid Or 2630 nnd' rents.
Fort St, Honolulu. 1336.70. n 338, p
128. July 12, 1010.
Est of D Dnyton by Admrx ID Mar
garet Hanna; iltcl; Lote 12) 15 and
1R. Illk 61, Kalmukl. Tract, Honolulu.
SG0O. D 339, p 60, Ju1y 13, 1910.
May K Williams ot al ta Earl II
Williams; D; 2-6 Int ln 9120 q ft
laud, Punahoa, Hllo. Hawaii. $195.
II 328, p 487; Juno 1. 1910.
Charlotto I. Ovcrcnd (H S) to Karl
II Williams; 1); 1-S Int 'in, 9120 sq ft
land; Puliation, Hllo, Hawaii. J 150.
U 328', p 488, Juno 4. 1910,
Emma I; McWnyne nnd hsb (W D)
to Earl II Wllllnms; D; 1-5 int In 9120
cq ft- land, Punnhoa, Hitui Hawaii. SI.
1! 328, p-490. June 7. 1910;
Akatia to A' F'Tavares;- D; It P
Or 395, Knmuolc, Kulnt Maul. $300.
II 310, p 7. June 25, 1910,
A F Tavarcn. and wf to Leonora Ta
vnros; D; 1-8 Int In It P Or 219, Ma
kawno. Maul. $400. IJ 340, p 8. Juno
25. 1910. 1-tji,. T
Manoel Frcltas. and. wfito.J M Ta
vnros; D; 11. P 2184, KulifiGlO, Haiku
uka, Hamnkuoton, Maul. $500. D 340,
p 9. July 2, 1910. 1
J JI Tavarcs and wf toi Mnnocl P
Frcltas; D;, 2 ics land. Kokumo, Ma
kawao. Maul. $1000. D 340, p 10.
July 2, 1910; . -
FIELD ' AND I BARRACKS.
Thero will bo thrco companies of
tho battalion to tako a threo day prac
tice march on Tuesday; July 28. Com
panies 13, F and Q Willi bo tho com
panies lu go. Tho companies will
hlko to Pearl City and cdmp there for
tho tlirgo days. Maneuvering lii tho
On Detached Service.
Captain- W. HI II. Chapman, 20th
Infuntiy, First Lleutcnunt Wllllum II
Smith, Medical Corps and a dotaclr
merit of four men of tho 20th Infantry
started on 11 trip last' Tuesday on
fills' Island for a period of Bovcn
Private Marlon M, McQec, Com
pany F, 20th Infantry, Is detailed on
extra duty as teamster In tho Quart
ermaster Department, rollbvlng Priv
ate Olqnwood St, Uowor, Compnny a,
.20th Infantry. Private McQco wjll
report to the Quartermaster for In
structlons and Prlvato Ilowors will
roport to his company comniunders
Tho handball gamo Is getting to bo
the real go at this post. Much Inter'
est being taken. Some of tho men
are Improving wonderfully at tho
Make your Plans to Vote next Tdes
day. Don't Evade the Issue. Vote No,
During my absence from the Tor'
rltory, my son, Harold II. Olrtard,
will act tor me under power of at
4676-2W W. M. OtFFAHDjv
FOR YOUR GROCERIES, BEE
AMERICAN BROKERAGE CO.
03-95 Kinj; Street, near Mannakea
Phone 291 Dally Delivery
VESSELS TO ARRIVE
Tuesday, July 26,
Ann Francisco via Soattle Hyadcs,
M. N. S. S.
Wednesday, July 27.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall slmr.
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudlno,
Friday, July 29.
Hongkong via Japan ports Mongo
lia, P.M. 8. 8.
Hongkong via- Japan ports Tcnyo
Maru, Jap. slmr.
Saturday, July 30.
Hllo via way ports Mauna Kca,
VEB8EL8 TO DEPART
Monday, July 25.
Knunl ports Nocau, stmr.,, 6 p. m.
South and Central Amorlcan ports
Hongkong Maru, Jap) stmr.
Tuesday, July 26.
Hllo via way ports Mauna Kea,
stmr., 10 a. m.
Maul, Molokal nnd Lannl ports Ml
kahnla, stmr., C p. m.
Kauat ports Klnau, stmr., E p. m
Kona and Kau jiorts Mauna Loa,
Japan ports nnd Hongkong Chlyo
Mnru, T. K. K. S. 8., 10 ,a. m.
Friday, July 29.
San Franclnco Mongolia, P. M. S.
Saturday, July 30.
Ban Francisco Tenyo Maru, T. K.
K, 8. 8.
Malls are uun at Honolulu from
points as follows:
8an Francisco Per Chlyo Maru, July
Colonels Por Zenlandla, Aug. 16.
Yokohama Per Mongolia, July 29.
Vancouver Per Makura, Aug. 10. ,
Malls will depart tor the followlos
points as follows:
San Francisco Mongolia, July 29.
Vancouver Per Zealandla, Aug. 16.
Yokohama Per ChlyoMnru; 'July 26.
Colonies Per Makurn, Aug.. 19.
Dlx, from Seattle for Hon. July 14.
Logan, from Hon. for Manila, Juno 14
Sheridan,, arrived at San Francisco,
Sherman, for Manila sailed from lion.
ENOLAXI) DOES SOT T1IISK MUCH
OF PUTTING UV MILLIONS
EVEKV YEAH FOll SHOW.
Just now while the British royal
family Is prominently In tho thought
of tho people of all nations, ono of
tho interesting features from tho
American standpoint, Is tho cost ot
royalty In dollars and, cents.
Tho Ilrltlsh pooplo pay annually to
tho King and queen 12.350,000; to
tho Prlnco of Wales, $100,000, plus an
tncomo from tho revonucs from tho
Duchy of Cornwall, amounting to ap
prxlmatcly $300,00p ij, year,, Tho
'Princess of Wales receives 150,000;
Princess Christian, $30,000; Princess
Louise, tho Duchess of Argyll, 130,
000; Duk'o of Connaught, $125,00(1;
Princess Beatrice, $30,000; Duchess
of Albany, $30,000; Duchtss of Moc-klcnburg-Strclltz,
$15,000. Then there
Is paid to trustccsi for tho king's
daughters, $90,000, making a total of
Tho king In addition to his regular
annuity above enumerated receives
$500,000 per annum revenuo from tho
Duchy of Lancaster. ' In addition to
this It Is tho custom to scttlo dowries
on tho children of tho royal family
when they marry, the last of tho
princesses to marry having recelvod
$150,000 by parliamentary grant.
Royalty costs something and a
great many Drltons aro of tho opin
ion that It is not worth what It costs)
particularly In vlow ot tho fact that
tho Ilrltlsh system Is well nigh com
plclo with the royalty left out, nnd
'with that exception and" tile 'heredi
tary feature in tho Housd'oft Lords;
Is nearly as democratic as 011 r own
Royalty Is1 malntnlnod ln' England
at this enormous oxpenso.-and burd
en on the.pcopla.uB a mattor'of seiftlj
ment and for tho sako of royalty,
not because it Is considered by Eng
lishmen essential to the wolfaro ot
tho peoplo of England or a necessary
part of tho' governmental structure:
Tho British king.-ls really less potent
In governmental affairs than Is our
Bulletin Business' Office Phone 25G
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
HOLDS ON HARD
Wdl.NotGive Wayto New Qruen f
jung, ueorge ueiwng boiucyubh
Crusty Over State of Things.
LONDON, June 25. Tho deferen
tial press, has not yet-dared to glyo
printed publicity to the condition,
but everyone knows that matters
aro not progressing amicably bo.
tween King deorgo nnd Queen Mary
and queen Alexandra. The latter
has developed such a hysterical do
slro to continue aB reigning Queen
Instead of queen Dowager that tho
patlonce of the King toward his
mother Is being rapidly exhausted,
while queen Mary's attltudo Is prao
tlcally ono of.open revolt.
Contrary to everybody's opinion as
to tho ethics of the matter, Alex
andra continues to occupy Bucking
ham Palaco, leaving that dowdy
place, Marlborough House, for tho
London residence of tho King ami
Queen. This action Is contrary to
all precedent, as Alexandra ought
rightfully to have retired to San
drlngharm But this Is only the slightest ot
the many things thnt havo tried tho
patience of deorgo nnd Mary, bo.tli
of whom- nt first bore Alexandra's
behavloi-'Wlth patience, but whoaro
now tired of the situation, particu
larly ns Aloxandrn continues to dom
inate court affairs as If she were still
the consort of the throne.
For Instance, tho order decreeing;
strictest mourning nt Ascot ema
nated from Alexandra, and moreover
was against tho express wish of tho
King. Alexandra went so far even
as to endeavor to get tho Ascot
meeting abandoned entirely, but tho
King put his roynl foot down on this
and uttered nn emphatic "no." Un
rompromlsed. However, on tho
Another trait ot Alexandra's
which Is causing; George nnd Mar
unconcealed annoyance is tho per
sistence with wlflch tho widowed
queen rushes Into print with mes
sages addressed to her "beloved peo
ple." These strange documents nro
couched In terms so naive nnd child
ish that considerable surprise Is ox.
pressed that tho responsible authori
ties allow them to bo issued. It Is
well known that during King Ed
ward's reign Alexandra constantly
Issued "messages" of this sort whl,ch
Edward never allowed to pass for
publication until he had carefully
toned and pruned' them, to Alexan
dra's great Indignation.
King in Awkward Position.
This restraining hand haying been'
removed, Alexandra has utilized her
period of bereavement to send out
numerous uncenBored and unedited
messages. The King and Queen nro
placed In a decidedly awkward posi
tion' and wish they could stop this
practise, but do not wish to hurt tho
feelings of the royal widow.
The original of one of these mes
sages that Issued Immediately after
Edward's death, tho one In which
the phrase "out ot tho depths of
my broken heart" Is used, was ac
vcrtlscd to be sold for a charity
Whon King Edward died, Queen
Alexandra announced that she wish
ed to be known In future ns tho
"Queen Mother," but sho novcr uses
that' selt-Bclcctcd and' sentimental
title, but 'alwayg'employs tho queon
ly and almost Imperial signature
Moreover, there are Indlsputnblo
signs that the press agent Is not
unknown to Buckingham Pnlucc.
(Tho dally papers abound In refer
ences to tho widowed queen, her lat
est photographs occupy consplcuqua
pages of tho Illustrated weeklies,
and while Queen Mary makes no
concealment of her, preference for
things essentially English, Alexan
dra's name has appeared prominent
ly in the list, of gift makera on tho
occasion of lOcent international
weddings where the brides were
Designs Her Own Flag.
) Alexandra's V, determination to
maintain' her supremacy was Bhowu
recently when she flew from tho
flagpole ot Buckingham Palaco u
new flag she had designed, consist
jng, ot, the, British and,.Dansh arms
Impaled. It Is twice the slxo or the
royal, standard which the King Is
entitled to fly, and makes the flag
pf the. English monarch look small
Frorh what can be learned from
court, attaches, Alexandra does not
Intend to return to Denmark, as was?'
(tirst' reported, but will remain lii
Her, residence at) Buckingham Palace
tor aiyear, afterward, going to Marl
porougtv House, which she Inlonds
tqt remodel, on an elaborate scale,
adding a. magnificent ball rooni.
For Infants and Rhlldmn
ffie'KlndYouillare Always Bought
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