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Oceanic Steamship Company
, SCHEDULE S. S. SIERRA.
Leave B. F.
Arrivo Hon.Lcavc Hon.
JULY 30 AUGUST R
AUQUST 20 AUGUST Sti
$G5 first class, single, S. F.j $110 first class, round trip, San Fran
cisco, t C. BREWER & CO., LTD., Clcncial Argents.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.,
Steamers of tho nbovo Companion
this Port on or nbout the Dates
Leave Honolulu For Orient.
Mongolia . Aurjuit IB
Tcnyo want . August ssj
Korea ... . August 20
Nippon Mam September 13
bibcrui . . September i'j
For further Information nppl
H. Hackfeld &
JMatson Navigation Company
BETWEEN SAN FRANCISCO AND HONOLULU
From San Francisco For San rrancisco
S. S. Wilhclmina August 0
fl. S. Lurline August 31
For further particulars, apply to
CASTLE & COOKE, LTD..
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA:
MAKUKA AUGUST IS
ZUALANDIA .... SEPTKMIlElt 10
TnEO H. DAVIES & CO.,
From New York to Honolulu,
Freight received at nil times
FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA
S. S. MISOURIAN. to sail ....
S. S. COLUMBIAN, to sail
For further information apply to ,H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
C. P. MORSE. General Freight Aecnt.
on King street, next to the Alexander Young Hotel, was
selected because of its exceptional qualification for stor.ng
Moving Baggage Transfer Draying
Union-Pacific Transfer Co., Ltd.,
HUSTACE - PECK CO., LTD
W QUEEN STREET
Estimates given on all kinds of
FIREWOOD AND COAL, WAIANAK
The B. F. Dillingham Co.
General Agent for Hawaii:
Atln Assurance Company of London.
New York Underwriter' A(jency.
Providence Washington Insurance Co.
-Jth FJ-OQR, J5TANGENWALU DL'DG.
le not a Luxury; It It a Ntcectlty.
But you Must havo the OEST
and tint Is provided jy the famous
nd most equitable Laws of Massa
chusetts, In the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.
OF BOSTON, MASSACHUDDTTO
If you would be fully Informed about
these Mivs, address
CASTLE & COOKE,
Honolulu. T. H.
10.000 TONS DISPLACEMENT
Arrive S. F.
AUGUST 10 . AUGUSTUS
AUGUST 31 HEI'TEMIIER C
Toyo Kisen Kaisha
will Call at HONOLULU and Leave
Leave Honolulu For S. F.
Ni"on Mam August 20
b ncm . . ... August 'io
China .. .September 3
Manchuria September 10
Co., Ltd., agents
S. S. Williclmina August 17
S. S. lurlinc.i Scntcmbcr 10
General Agents, Honolulu
ZEAL W'DIA AUGUST 10
MAHAMA SEPTEMIIER 13
LTD.. GENERAL AGENTS.
via Tehnantepcc. every sixth day.
at the Company's wharf, 41st Street,
TO HONOLULU DIRECT:
"WE NEVER FAIL"
Draying, Teaming, Road Building
SAND FOR SALE
Oahu Railway Time Table
For Wahine, Walalua, Knhtiku and
Way SiatlmiH 4.15 ,i m , 3 20 p m
Kor Pearl City, En a Mill nml Way
Stations 17. 30 a. m., 3. IS a. m
II 30 a. in., 3-15 p. in.. 3:20 p. m.
5 15 p m., 19.30 p in., til 15 p. in.
Kor Wnhlnvvn nml Lellonua 10:20
a. in., '5:15 d. in, 13:30 p. m., tll:15
Arrivo Honolulu from Kahuku, Wal
aulua and Walanao '8.3G u. in..
6 31 ii. m.
Arrivo Honolulu from Ia Mill ami
I'onrl City 17:45 a in, 8:3G n. m
11-02 a. in.. M:40 p in., M:2G p. in.
5:31 p. in., 7:30 p. in
Arrlo Honolulu from Wuhlavva and
I.HloliiM D 15 u. m., tlMO p. in , '5:31
P in, 110'. 0 p. in
Tlio llulotwa Limited, n two lit nr
tniln (only flrM class llcl'CtH honored),
leaves Honolulu ovrry Sunday at 8 36
a m . returning nrrlvta 'n Honolulu
m 10.10 p hi Tim I.imllril Mops only
lit Pcirl City ami Walnnao outward
anil Wnliiiiuo, Waipahu anil Pearl Clt
' 'Dally. tSuudu! Excepteil tSundaj
0 P DE.NISON, p 0. SMITH
Superintendent. 0. P. A
Bulletin Business Dfllry Phnn oin
Bulletin Editorial Eooir Phone 181
KITAIIJI5XD H 1111,
BISHOP & CO,
Commercial and Trav
elers' Letters of Credit
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 &
Interest allowed on
tcim and Savings bank
Bank of Honolulu
San Francisco Agents The
Ncvuda National ll.iuk of San
Draw Cxcn.inge on tho NovndJ
National Hank (if Han 1'i.iiicImo
London 1 tic Union of London
and Smltli'H Hank. Ltd.
New York Ainorlcnii Eichmiice
Chicago Cora Exchange Na
Hongkong and Yokohama
HonRknngSlianRhal IlankliiR Cor
poratlon New Zealand and Australia
Rank nt New Zealand and Hank
Victoria and Vancouvc Bauk
of British North America.
Deposits received I.onna mado
on approved security. Commercial
and Travelers' Credits Issued.
Hills of Exchange bouijlit and
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
The Yokohama Specie
Capital (Paid Up). Yen 21,000,000
ltcservo fund ....Yen 16,250,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
The bunk buys end receives for
rollcctMi bills of oxcliaugo,
Issues DruftB and Letters of
Credit, and transacts a general
The Bank receives Local De
posits and Head Ofllco Deposits
for fixed porlods.
Local deposits $25 and upw&ids
for one year at rato of 4 per an
num. Head Ofllco Deposits. Yen 25
and upwards for ono half year, ouo
year, two yeuro, or three jcara at
rate of V4 per annum.
Particulars to bo obtained on
Honolulu OlTIco 67 S, King SL
P. O. Box 168.
Yu Akal Manager
Oahu Machine Shop
Manager - - - H. I. ROSS
301 QVEEN AND RICHARDS SIS.
ENGINEERS AND GENERAL
Automobiles, Motor Cycles, Gas Sta
tionary and Marine Engines, Rice
Mill Machinery, Etc.
07 ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUUBM.
ALLE A R0JUN80N.
nr ttrtfi Hnnnlaln
A full assortment, sizes 21"x00"
to 48"xl20", and RnuRti No. 16 to
No. 26 just to hand.
We do sheet metal work of all
kinds, and guarantee satislaction.
Vour pntionocc is solicited.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO JOBBING
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.
Phone 211 145 Kjne St.
Steam Roller and Traction Engine
We are equipped h do Rolling, Plowing and Heavy
COAL AND WOOD SAND AND SOIL
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co., Ltd.
Queen St., next to Inter-Island Co.'s Office
Alexander & Baldwin
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
11. p. Haldwln President
W. O. Smith.. First Vlco-1'realdetit
W. M, Aloxumlfti
J. P, CooKo ,
Third VIce-Prcs mid Manager
J. Waterhouse .. Treasurer
E. E. Pnxtou . . . Secretary
J u. Castle Director
J. U. 0tlt., IHroitor
W. It.' Castle Director
ana Insurance Agcnfs
Hawaiian Cotutncrch.l & Sugnr Co.
Haiku Sugar Company
Mnul Agricultural Coiiipauy.
llawallnu Suenr Co-npnny.
Knhuku Plnntntluii Company.
Kahulul ItallruAil Company.
Haleakala lt.'iiu h Cumpniiy
Mcllrydo Sucnr Co.
Kauai Hallway Cn
Castle & Cooke, Lid
Honolulu, T. H.
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS, 3UGAR TACT0R3
GENERAL INSURANCE AGCNT3
Kwn Plaiitullon Co
W.thilun ARrlcultural Co., Ltd.
Knliala Sugar Co
Wnlmca Surar Mill Co
Apokau Sugar Co, Ltd.
Fulton Iron Works of 81. Lculs,
Uabcock & Wilson Pumps,
flreen's Fuel rconnmlzers.
Mntsou Navigation Co.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
SUGAR FACTORS AND COM
Officers and Directors:
K V. Illxbop President
(Iro. 11. ItolierlRiui
... .Vlio-President nnd MannRcr
W. W. North Treasurer
ltlrbnrd Ivors Secretary
J. It. Halt Auditor
Cieo. II Carter Director
C. 11 Cooke Director
It. A. Cooku Director
A. Hartley Director
C. Brewer & Co., Lt.d.
FIRE AND MARINE
Itoyal Inxurnnco. Co, of Liverpool.
London Assurnnco Corporation.
Commcrclnl Union Assurance Co.
Scottish Union & National Ins
Co of IMInburgb.
Caledonian Insurance Co. of Edin
burgh. Upper Rhine Insurance Co. (Ma
rino) Teiritorial Board of
Office 403 btangewald Bide.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Will do it
Consulting, Designing and Con
Bridges, Buildings, Concrete Struc
tures, Steel Structures, Sanitary Sys
tems, Reports and Estimates on Pro
iects. Phone 145.
185 editorial rotms iJ5G busi
nets office. Thete are the telepheni
HOW THE ROLPH
Tlio Uxamlncr of August 4 kIvc
tlio following account of tho urcck
of the schooner James Ilolpli:
Loss than tnelo hours after leav
ing this port under fntorablc condi
tions, mid with nil sail set for thc-
port of ltnnn, Iluunll, tho fine four-
masted schooner Jnmoi Itolph piled
up on a Jagged lock nt Point San
I'ediii, thirteen mlTes roiith of tlio
Golden (late, nt 10:30 oc.ock Tucs
Aboo.tho low fog thnt hung over
the sea nt the time, Cnptnln Olscn
could make out the ell IT at the point,
nnd tl u hills beyond, but although he
InMii'itly tmilertool'. to sheer olf, the
big schooner win carried by the cur
rent liriul oil Into tlio surf, striking
Immediately afterward Then tho
kMpper and erew saw the cliff loom
ing nboo them Tho s.llls were set
nn tho ossct leaped thioiigh the
brealicrs They rattled down on tho
mint rings as the schooner settled
upon a pointed rock. ,
Water poured Into tlio hold of the
Jniiics Itolph tho moment tho exacl
struck, nnd the lime nnd luiv nnd
other merchandise below dock bccrtinc
it mined mass, The lime, In fact, up
on being submerged, began to smoke,
and rendered the hold a dangerous
PmiiiiN mi llurkx All .lnht.
Tho schooner bad left ritthcr light,
hating only 200 tuns of general
freight In the hold, and with 14,000
feet of lumbor, most of the latter be
ing on deck. A part of tho lumbor
Is all thnt can be sited. The esscl
wns under charter to bring a cargo of
sugar from tlio Islands to this port.
Immediately nftcr striking, the
schooner sn ung around with her bend
to the north and took on a slight list
to starboard. I'fforts to get her off un
der her own sail were unsuccessful,
nnd Captain Olscn sit signals of dls
trcrs. It wns morning, however, be
fore the vessel's predicament wns
known, when Operator Parker of the
Postal Telegraph Company saw tho
schooner from his olllce at San Pedro
Tonal e, on tho Ocean Shore railroad,
only n few hundred yards uway. He
wired tho iiowh to the city, nnd also
forwarded a telegram from Captain
Olscn to tho owners. Hind, Itolph &
Co. In this rltv The skipper In the
meantime reached shore In ono of the
Captain Olsen In his message mere
ly Informed his firm that thu vessel
was nshoro and In need of assistance,
mid James Itolph dispatched the tug
Deflnneo to tho scene. Port Captain
V T I.owls of Hind, Itolph & Co.
making the trip.
Falls o Pull Srli er Off.
Itolph himself later went to Point
San Pedro In an automobile, with
Captain Turner tif tho underwriters.
l-'or nearly two hours, during tho af
ternoon, tho Deflnneo mado strenuous
efforts to pull the schooner off tho
rock, but without success, and tho
tug later returned to tho city.
Mrs. Olson, wlfo of tho captain, was
making tho trip In tho schooner Shu
was brought buck to tho city by tho
Deflnneo, tho captain nnd crow ro
inalnlng with thu stranded vessel
Itolph returned In the evening, lenv-
lug Captain Turner with tho skipper
ami crew. I,ust evening Itolph con
sulted with Captain John Metcalfe,
Llojd's surveyor, ami Captain A. V.
Plllsbury of tho San Kranclsco Hoard
of Marino Underwriters, regarding
plans for saving tho schooner. Two
or tin ro tugboats may bo sent to tho
sccuo toduy, or Whltelnw'H powerful
wrecking burgo Liberty may bo em
ployed to make fast to tho schooher
and by means of a kedgo anchor en
deavor to drag her Into dcop water,
l.lllle Hope of .Saving Ship.
Soon after novvs of tho stranding of
tlio schooner wns rocctyed horo, Cap
tain Andrew Nelson of tlio Golden
Gate life-saving station got under way
with his crew, but liltt signals to tho
passing steamer Pasndeiin, then out
ward bound, wero unheeded, mid time,
was lost In getting to tho sccno of tho
wreck Tho tug Deflnneo took Cap
tain Nolson's crow In tow, as well as
tho Tort Point crew of life-savers.
Tho crews reached tho James Itolph
In tho surf without dlfllculty ami took
off Mrs. Olscn In looking after mat
ters on board the schooner early In
tho day Captain Olson sprained his
ankle, but ho was tho only ono who
At her home, 2011 Ninth street,
Ilerkoley, lAHt night, Mrs. Thoresa Ol
scn, wilo of Captain Olscn, was suf
fering from a threatened attack of
norvous prostration as a result of llor
experiences In tho wreck
"1 was not so Imdly frightened whon
tho accident occurrod," said Mrs, Ol
son, "hut tho nervous strain I en
dured aboardshlp all night, with, the,
breakers dashing against the schoon
or, wns Increased yesterday morning
when sho commenced to pound.
"Tho captain ic.issurod mo, and
said thnt thoro was no Immediate dun
gor, and vvitli him at my side I felt
safer I wnsn-'t vory much excited
and didn't feel so bad until they took
mo off In n tug mid I looked back and
saw my husband standing there on
the bridge of tho wrecked schooner
"I wish I was back with him," sho
said, as the toura started, "but I guesf
ho knew best I would havo only
been lu tho wuy
"Tills Is tho llrst accident that Cnp
tnln Olscn ever had in his life, and ho
Sealed Tenders will bo received by
the Superintendent of Public 'Works
until 12 o'clock noon of Saturday,
August 20, 1010, for furnishing th
Department of Public Works with
tho following materials, vlr.:
WHAM' LUMIWIt. I'KIl THOUSAND
l'Ki:T, D. M.
10x12 N.W. '-.,
PILi:S, DOUGLAS Flit. NOIV LK8S
THAN 11" (IIAItKIID), EACiI.
no 40 ft.
r.o co ft.
30 7G to 80 ft. "
10 enscs IS ot, Muntz Metal.
10 cases 20 at. Munts! Metal.
GALVANIZED WIItH SPIKES AND
10 kegs Hi" Copper Nails.
30 kegs 8" Galv. Wlro Spikes.
All nronosnls to be on blanks fur
nished by tho Department of Public
Tlio Superintendent of Public
Works reserves tho right to reject
any or all bids.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, August 4, 1910.
Sealed Tenders will bo received by
tho Prcsldont of tho Itoard of Ro
iients, at his office In the JiidlcMry
llulldlng, until 12 in., Saturday, 'u-
gust 20, for constructing n Dairy
laboratory for tho Collego of Ha
waii, In Mnnoa Valley, In n;cordnn''o
with pinna nnd specifications on flic
In the- President's office.
The President of tho Hoard of Re
gents reserves the right to reject any
or all bids.
JUDGE HENRY E. COOPER.
President, Hoard of Regents.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Alexander Young,
Notlio Is hereby given by tho un
dersigned Executoro of tho Wlllof
Alexander Young, late of Honolulu,
T. 11., do-enscd, to lill persons hav
ing claims against said decedent or
his Estato, to present tho same to
Messis. Smith. Warren & Hemenwny,
attorneys foe said Executors, nt their
ofllco In the Judd building. In said
Hiliiofulii, or to ui)y one of tho un
dersigned Executors In porson.
whether such claims bp secured or
unsecured, within six (6) month?
from August 8. 1910 (tho date o
first publication of this notice), of
they will bo forover barred.
Dated this 8th lay of August,
ARCHII1ALD A. TOUNO.
CONRAD C. VON HAMM,
WILLIAM, O. SMITH,
W. II I1AIRD,
ROI1KRT A. YOUNG",
Executors of the Will of said Alex
ander Young, Deceased'.
4091 Aug. 8. 1C, 22, 29; Sept. S.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
Oahu Railway and Land Company,
The Annual Meotlng of tho Stock
holder of tho Oahu Hallway & Land
Company has been called for Friday,
August 19, A. D. 1910, In pursuanca
of nu ordor of tlio Directors, und will
be huld at tlio ofllco of Tho 11. f. DM-
llngham Co., Ltd., Stungonwuld
llulldlng, Honolulu, nt 2 o'clock p.
in. on that dato.
Tho stock books ot tho company
will bo closed to transfers from Au
gust 12 to 19, both dates Inclusive
A. W. VAN VALKENI1URG,
Socrotary, Oahu Railway & Land Co,
Honolulu, August 12, 1910.
4090 Aug. 13, 15, 16, 17, 18.
The Hawaiian Ballasting Company
has moved from Maunakea street to
Beretania street, near Nuuanu. It
has no connection with the Oahu
Ballasting Co,, which now occupies
its old olllce. 4604-lra
shipped when ho was 10 years old Ho
has put Into nearly every port In tho
world. lie has been master of the
James Ralph for nearly ton years.
Ilefore that ho was captain of tho Ho
nolpu, a schooner thnt sailed nil over
tho woild " '
Cmitaln Olsen and his ulrn lum.
made their homo In Dcrkelcy for ul
most twenty ycufs,
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
, OF STEAMERS
VE08EL8 TO ARRIVE
-Tuesday, Aug. 16.
San Kranclsco nnd Seattle IIIIo
nlan, M: N; S. S.
'Australian ports via Suva Zcalan
ilia, C.-A. 8. 8. ,
Wednesday, Aug. 17.
Knual iorlB W. (1. Hall, Btmr.
Hawaii vtrt Maul porta Claudlrio,
Thursday, Aug. IB.
JBan rranclscb .Mongolia, P. M. 8.
Friday, Aug. 10.
Snn FraUtJsco Ncvadnn, M. N. 8.
Victoria and .Vancouver Makurn.
C.-A. 8. S.
Saturday, AOfl. 2X7.
IIIIo via wily ports Maunn Ken,
Hongkong nnd Japan ports Nip
pon Mnru, T. K. K. 8. 8.
Sunday, Aug. 21.
Kauat ports' Kluau, slifir.
Maul, Molbknr and Lniial ports Ml
Tuesday, Aug. 23.
San Francisco Tcnyo Mont, T. K.
K. 8. 8.
Wednesday, Aug. 24.
Kauai ports W. G. Hall, stmr.
Hawaii via Maul ports Claudlnc,
Friday, Aug. 26.
Sallnn Cruz via Salt Krnnclnco ami
Scattlo Mlssourlan, A.-1I. S. 8.
Snn Francisco Sierra, O. 8. 8.
Saturday, Aug. 27.
IIIIo via way porta Mauna Kca,
Sundy, Aug. 28.
Hongkong via Japan ports Siberia,
P. M. 8. 8.
Maul, Molokal and Lniial ports Ml
Knual ports Klnnit stmr.
Monday, Aug. 29.
San Francisco Korea, P. M. 8. 8.
Wednesday, Aug. 31.
San Kranclsco Lurllno, M. N. S. 8.
Hawaii via Maul ports Clatidlno,
Kauai ports W. G. Hall, stmr.
I VE88EL8 TO DEPART I
Monday, Aug. IS.
Kauai portB Noeau, stmr., 5 p. m.
Tuesday, Aug. 16.
IIIIo via way ports Maunn Kca,
stmr., 10 a', m. ' '
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr., S p. in.
Maul, Molokal anil Lnnal portB
Mlkahala, stmr., 5 p. in.
Kona and" Kau ports Mauna Lon,
Vancouver nnd Victoria Zcalandla,
C.-A. S. S.
Wednesday, Aug. 17.
San Franclsce Wilhclmina, M. N.
8. 8., 10 a. m. - ,
Thursday, Aug. 18.
Hongkong via Japan ports Mongo
lia, P. M. 8. S.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, stmr., 5
Friday, Aug. 19.
Maul nnd Hawaii ports CiaiuHno
stmr., 5 p. m.
Australian ports Makura, C.-A. 8.
Saturday, Aug. 20.
San Francisco Nippon Maru, T. K.
K. S. 8.
Monday, Aug. 22.
Knual porta Noeau, stmr., 5 p. m.
Tuesday, Aug. 23.
IIIIo via way ports Mauna Ken,
stmr., 10 a. m.
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr., 5 p. m.
Maul, Molokal and Lnnal ports '
Thursday, Aug. 25.
Knual iKjrts W. G. Hall, stmr., 5
Hongkong via Japan ports Tcnyo
Maru, T. K. K. 8. S.
Friday, Aug 26.
Maul and Hawaii ports Claudlne.
stmr., 5 p. m.
8unday, Aug. 28.
San Kranclsco Siberia, O. 8, 8.
Monday, Aug. 29.
Hongkong via Japan ports Korea,
P. M. 8. S.
Wednesday, Aug. 31.
San Francisco Sierra, O. S. 8.
Malls are nun at Honolulu from
points as follows:
San Francisco Mongolia, Aug, 18.
Colonels Per Zcalandla, Aug. 10.
Yokohama Per Nippon Maru, Aug.
Vancouvc Per Makura, Aug. 19.
Mails will depart for the following
points as follows:
San Francisco Per Wilhclmina, Aug.
Vancouver Per Zcalandla, Aug. 10.
Yokohama Per Mongolia, Aug. IB,
Colonies Per Makura, Aug. 19,
DIx, sailed from Honolulu for Manila,
Logan sailed from Honolulu for San
Francisco, Aug 4th,
Sheridan, sailed from Honolulu for
Manila, Aug, 11,
Sherman, sailed from Manila, Aug. 14.
Mission, Tex., July 30. William J.
llrjnu bus Just given Instructions that
tho work of Improving his furin or C0
ncros near Mission be pushed forwnrd
as rapidly as pofm'lilo, us he deslrfH
to movo Into his new home with his
tamlly by fall.
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