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BVENINO nULLETIN, HONOLULU. T H. TfEaUAY. SRPT !, 1910.
Oceanic Steamship Company
f SCHEDULE S. S. SIERRA. 10.000 TONS DISPLACEMENT
leave S. F. Arrive Hon.teave Hon. Arrive S. F.
BEPTEMHEIl lCSEPTEMHEIl 1C Sr PTKMHKH Jl .SEPTKMHER 27
"" fG5 fint clan, jingle, S. F.; $110 first class, round trip, San Fran
C. BREWER & CO.. LTD., General Agents.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.,
and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
1 ETr--- - .
i Bteamera of the above Companies will Call nt HONOLULU and Leave
l tblt Port ou or about the Dates mentioned below:
(Leave Honolulu For Orient. Leave Honolulu For S. F.
Nippon Maru September 13 Manthuiin September 10
j Siberia September!) Cliiyo Mnru September 17
I China September 20 Asia September 24
I Manchuria October 3 Mongolia October 8
For further Information applj to
I H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., agents
Matson Navigation Company
llaUi BETWEEN SAN FRANCISCO AND HONOLULU
From San Francisco
S. S. Lurline September 28
S. S. Wilhelmina October 4
S. S. Wilhelmina . November 1
S. S. Lurline . . . November 1C
S. S. NEVADAN of this line sails from Seattle for Honolulu direct
on or about SEPTEMBER 17, 1910.
For farther particulars, apply to
CASTLE & COOKE. LTD.. General Aeents, Honolulu
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Ustrllli ' ITEAMSHIP COMPANY
FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA!
ZEALANDIA. . . . .SKPTKMIJKIt 1C
MA11A.MA C-CTOUKIt 14
MAKUKA KOVUMIlKIt 11
THEO H. DAVIES & CO.,
F From New York to Honolulu,
Freight received at all times
FROM SEATTLE AND TAC0MA
S. S. ALASKAN, to sail
S. S. ARIZ0NAN, to sail
For further Information apply
ONE OF THE WORRIES
the uncertainty of the delivery of jour baggage
ELIMINATED IF YOU EMPLOY THE
Union PacificTransfer Co.
King St., next to Alex. Young Hotel Telephone 1875
HUSTACE - PECK CO., LTD
I QUEEN STREET
Estimates (riven on all kinds of
FIREWOOD AND COAL, WAIANAE
The B. F. Dillingham Co.
I" Qsneral Agent for Hawaii:
Atlit Assurance Company of London.
Nsw York Underwriters' Agency.
Providence Washington Insurance Co.
th FLOOR, 8TANGENWALU DLDO.
Is not a Luxury; It Is a Nicecslty,
But you Mutt have the DEDT
nd that la crovlded jv th famaui
and most equitable Laws of Malta.
. IhUISttt, In thf
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.
OP BOSTON, MA88ACMUBETT8.
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CASTIJ: & COOKl:,
IIPH0I uli,, T II.
For San Francisco
S. S. Lurline September 0
S. S. Wilhelmina . September 14
S S. Lurline .. . .October 4
S. S. Wilhelmina ... .October 12
MARAMA Si:PTi:MP.EU 13
ZKALANDIA OCTOUEIt 8
LTD.. GENERAL AGENTS.
via Tehuantepec, every" sikth day.
at the Company's wharf, 41st Street,
TO HONOLULU f)IREC5T!
to ,11. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
MORSE. General Freight Aeent.
Drayint;, Teaming Road XuiUiir,
SAND FOR SALE
Oahu Rail way Time Table
For Wnlanae, Walalua, Kahuku and
Wuy Stations-3JG a. in., 3:20 p. in.
l'"or Pearl City, ilwa Mill and Way
BtutloiiB t7:30 n. in., :in n. m.
11:30 ii. in.. 2MB p. m., '3:20 p. m.,
B.-1B p. m.. 19:30 p. m., tlljJB p. m.
l-'ur Wuhluwu and lllouuu 10:20
n. in.. 6:1B u. m., 19;30 p. w., J1:16
Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku. Wai.
aulim und Walanao 8:30 n. in.
E 31 p. in.
Arrho Honolulu from l:i Mill and
Pearl City t7: a. in., 8:36 u. m.,
-ji:uz u m., imo p. m., M:20 p. in,,
0:31 ii. in., 7:3U p. m.
Arrlvo Honolulu from W'lhluwa nnd
Illehua 8. IB a. in., tlMO p. in., B:31
l' in , i'-;. ii p. in.
i The llalelwu Limited, a two-hcur
I train (only llrut class llrl-etH honored),
leaves iiomnulu every Ruiidiiy ut 8:36
u hi : rmurning nrilvtj in Honolulu
ut 10 10 p m The Muilliiil stops only
ut Pearl City ami Wlaii,i outward
mil Walanao, Wulpahu ami Pearl City
i ii mini
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II Ml If 1 1 ii iImimi mimlim nni
HlkMMM 11(111 c iwu,
I'i)iu.i IIihim. i,j,
Established in 1858
Bishop & Co.
Coir.mcrcinl nnd Travelers
Letters of Credit issued on
the Bank, of California and
The Loudon Joint Stock Banl:
Correspondents for the
American Express Company
and Tlios. Cook & Son.
Interest allowed on Term
and Savings Bank Deposits.
BANK OF HONOLULU
PAID CAPITAL. $C00,000
Invites your Account and
offers satisfactory service.
Loans at market rates.
Exchange and Cable trans
fen. Travelers' Credits and
Checks available everywhere.
The Yokohama Specie
Bank, limited , .',:
Reserve J''und,'....YeU lG.KO.UOf) '
HEAD QFFICE, YOKOHAMA.-
The hank buys end receives for
colleitMi lillli of exchange,
Issues Drnrts and Letters of
Credit, and transacts a general
The Uutik receives Local I)e
poslls and Head OUlco Deposits
for fixed perlodB.
Local deposits $M and upwards
for one year at tato of 4 per an
num. Head Office Deposits, Yen 25
nnd upward for one-half year, onu
year, two yeurs, or three years ut
rate of Ut per nnnum.
Particulars to be obtained on
Honolulu Omco 07 S. Kiug St
P. O. Box 1C8.
Yu Akal Manager
Oahu Machine Shop
Manager - - H. I. ROSS
301 QUEEN AND RICHARDS SIS.
ENOINEERS AND GENERAL
Automobiles. Motor Cycles. Gas Sta.
tionary and Marine Engines, Rice
auu iUHCuinery, x,ic.
01 All njCDI.
SIAIXKI 15 LTJ1UI-.
Awa k KO-msoH.
tnees Itrtet :: :: :: Honolnlc
A full assortment, sizes 21"x00"
to 48"xl20", and eauites No. 16 to
No. ZU just to -and.
We do sheet metal work of all
kinds, and guarantee satislaction
four patronage is solicited,
rEOMPT ATTENTION TO JOBBINfJ
.KMMELUTH & CO,. LTD.
Phone Ml 145 King Street'
BUMMF, DAYS AND
Pau Ka Hana
It limy Lu Juif pne smnll box or n ninny-ton boll tr
ue will lmmlle it
Honolulu Construction & Drayln.4 Co,, Ltd,
dun M filin'l, uij)uiiu KhuImiiiiiiiiii Tliliuii iWBl
Alexander k Baldwin,
OFFICERS AND DIRECTOR9.
H. P. Dnldwln President
W. O. Smith.. Klrat Vice-President
W. M, .Alexander
, Second Vice-President
J. P. Cooko
Third Vice-Pro and Manager
J. Wuterhouse . ... Treasurer
. R. R. Puxton .,.. Secretary
i Bj Caetle Director
J. U. Halt . Dritor
W. K. CasUI Director
and Insurance Agents
Haw Allan Commercls! & Sugar "Co,
llnlkn Sugar Company.
Maul Agricultural Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kabuku Plantation Company.
Knhulul Itullrosd Company,
llulsukala Huliih Company
Mclirydo Sugar Co.
Kauai Hallway Co.
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
Honolulu, T. H.
8HIPPING AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS. 6UOAR FACTOR3
GENERAL INSURANCE AOENT4
Kwa Plantntlon Co.
W.ilit!ua Agricultural Co.. Ltd.
Kolmla Sugar 'o
Wnltnea Sugnr Mill Co
AMiknu Sugar Co, Mil.
Fulton Iron Work of St. U.uli.
Uabcock & Wlhwn Pumps.
Green's Fuel Kcnwimlters.
Matron Navigation Co.
C, Brewer & Co., Ltd.
8UOAR FACTORS AND COM
Officers and Directors:
K V. IIIbIioi Presldnat
Oeo. II. HulivrUon
....Vice Pieuidviit and Manager
W. W North TriMHUrer
lllrhurd I vers ....' Secretary
J. It. Halt. Auditor
Oeo. It. Cartel Director
C. II. Cooke Director
It. A. Cooko Director
A llartli-y Director
FIRE AND MARINE
rioyal Insurance Cc. of Ilveriiool.
Londoii Assurnnco Corporation.
Commcrlal Union Assurance Co.
Scottish Union A National Ins
Co. of IMInburgh.
Caledonian Insurnnce Co. of dlln
burgh. Upper rthlne Insurance Co.
Territorial Board of
Office 403 Stangewald llif.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Will do it
Consulting, Designing and Con
nrtA . ,lc,V?P inBineers
Bridges, Buildings, Concrete Strac
itures, Steel Structures, Sanitary Sys
tems, Reports and Estimates on Pro
' jects. Phone 1045.
1H5 editorial rooms JJ5Q bus
nets office. Th arc the tslaphem
ntimh n ( HiitUltn ffl
Sporis at Park and Beach Attracted
Many Baby Bliss and Jolly
Trixle' Could Not Swim.
It was n quiet iday In Honolulu
jcstciday for n holiday, nnd hut for
the sports nt Kuplolaiii Park in the
afternoon theie was little doing to
tllkl! Ill'lllllll nwni fltllll thlk lllllwt tf
ttli'lr lultitpfl !
Aloiiif I'd it stieet and the other
ctivvts Of the husiiu-.s kcctloii, neur
i u'erj thing except the wiIooiim
were closed for tnu entile da 8ome
of the drug uioieii kept upon during
the morning hours nnd one or two
of the photo-silppl) house.. Whitney
& Marsh was the only furnishing
store along l-tirt street which open
ed Its doors, and then only fur n
couple of IioiiiIi during thu early
There was no parade, and the only
organization which took the day oft
uas that of the hoilerniukerH, which
held ItH annual picnic.
In the afternoon Immense crowds
guthered ut Kuplolanl Purk to wit
ness the rales .ind sports, and In
spite of the extra tars run hy the
Ilnpld Transit company, evcrjthlng!
was ciowueu going out, and coming
hack, after everything was over, all
running bnaids were full.
Hundreds gutheied at the henrh, I Church of Chicago met him
nnd 'nil along from tho Seaside tolglves the following nccount:
the public baths the 'bench was dot
ted with bnthers.
Scores were nut mi surfboards, nnd
there was a heavy Biirf luiinlng,
which gave nmple opportunity for
this fascinating sport to those adept
Ono of the largest crowds of the
day wns at the beach oh Wnlklkl
Inn, und among thwo who loomed
most prominently before the onlook
ers mid b.itheis alike were Jolly
Trlxlu nnd llnby Mils', who are on
exhibition at Aloha Park.
The little ones gnzed longingly at
the 'surf from' the' porch if the Inn,
but 'Mine Host llerglu had no linth-
Ing suits Inrge eiiuugh tu cover their
elephantine forms.. nnd they had to
tit jm the latiul and gate at others
nuirj) fOrtinale' dlspor(In'i;! 'them.
seUi'S lu thu surf.
Tjhey were iiverheurd to remark
that although It would be awfully
expensive nnd tnkf cuiislderable
tlu)f, ll;ey iinut lim,t bathing suits
made so that they could enJov the
delights of Walklkl. '
KIkTiI ilk "pa rt It'tf which went out In
mine ciiBes were becalmed before
reaching favorable grounds to try
i.. i. 1....1. ...i.i. .- ., .., ..
men mi-it huh me uiiiiy iriue, mm, jears.'
all in nil, they brought hack little! '"Why do you come to this par
hut hard-luck stories. tlcular locnllty?'
As tu tho evening, there wns noth- " "There nre more of the monkey
nig especial for attractions save tho
usual luovlng-nlilura shows nnd
vaudeville entertainments, which
wero crowded. Afternoon perform
ances woro given ut these houses,
which were well patronized hy the
women und children.
Taken all around, the holiday
jesterday was not a particularly
successful one for the end for which
It was treated. I.ubor was not In
evldenco In any way, either hy pa
rades or public meetings, but It had
a good day of rest at home and
Coast Firms Will Bid Against Local
Builders for Leilehua Govern
It Is expected that not many days
will puss before, there will be some
decided movements ulong tho lino of
contracts; which huve been uwurded
to the Ijord-Young Company In con
nection with the work ut Peurl Hur
bor This work coiisltts of thu erec
tion of olllcers' quarters, marlno bur
rucks und other smull buildings.
Local contractors ure also awaiting
tho nrrlvul of speclllcutlons fur tho
proposed burrueks and other build.
lugs to be erected nt Leilehua, and it
is expected thut there will be hoiiih
closu figuring on this work us this
will be by far thu lurgest contract of
Its kind over let In the Islunds. Much
Interest Is centered lu this piece of!
woiK us there will bo a number of
imiinlumi firms n on tho bhU,
A special carrier I. nt the Tt 1.
1 e t i n ofllce every evening after
u:ou p, m to deliver the Bulle
till to subscribers who fail to re.
cove it from the regular carrier.
Telephone 2250 and paper will It
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IMl Idxllii I'iihIIm, III llnly, hImiw Hint
Ihllly I hi en pmsniis hum died riiun
iliuli'lil Hllun din milhinult hiIiiii lluiu
,TlttltVEBttSl I S V T i BIB
iK4a1isLsl i"C WfL
IfflH S020B0Jn K
JfflffiiMB POWDER K'
tifflunr Bffis I ELr5otW EH
and your (
stand by you.
CAPi: I.OPEZ, West Afrl-n. Aug.
18. Professor Itlchard Garner 1ms
emerged fioni the African forests
after n eontlnuoiis period of seven
jears devoted to the study of the
monkey language. TheHev. -John.
stun Myers of the Kminauuel llapthu
"I was standing cm the deck ot
the Afrlque, as we were lying off
Cupe Lopez jesterday, I watched
tho sturdy iiinn come nboard carry
ing n chimpanzee ami learned he
was rroressor tinnier.
"Professor darner Is a man about
Gii years old, and when I saw him
was uresseu in Knnkl garments, a
helmet nnd top boots. He had the
appearance of an AfiMcan hunter.
Whntever his peculiar views may he.
he Is n kindly, courteous gentleman
Discnrds the Case.
"On a 'previous period .'oft 'study
nifd. exploration ho hod built for
himself a cage. In order to facili
tate rloser fellowship with the ant
mats. In this last period of ser
vice, however, he did not' uscrtho
cage, hut studied jiloue.Jn the forest.
'Professor (Inrnifr lotd m'e ho was
born In Virginia nnd that his wife
was living in Kentucky durlnj his
nbseiicn from home.
"'How many times, Professor
flnrner,. hnve you been In Africa?' 1
" 'Three times, nnd I have stayed
lu the -woods this time for seven
family hero than elsewhere and of
tho highest tyne. Tho clilmimiirec
Is the most advanced, nnd so the
best subject for study.'
Explored 500 Square Miles.
" 'How large an uren of Africa
hnve you covered?'
" 'I havo explored through COD
square miles in a region where there
were only three white men, includ
ing myself. ThU was two too
many. A man must be alono to get
the best results lu studying the lan
guage of animals.'
" 'What are the most Important
results )ou have obtained this time?
Seven jeurs Is a long period.'
" 'I know the monkey lauguage con
tains twenty-eight 'distinct Bounds.
Of these I know the meaning or
ulnc. I am In the dark as to the
meaning of tho other nineteen.'
""What are these nine sounds
used to express?'
" 'Almost wholly pain, hunger and
CAN TALK MONKEY
"'What progress have you made,0'
toward conversing with the monkey
" 'I know when they call me from
a tree and' I can cull them.'
Will Carry on Studv.
"'On )ou converse any further
" 'No, practically not, I may he
able to do so later.'
" 'Do you consider the chimpan
zee with you as Intelligent us any
you huve met?'
",'Yes, I do. I value her nt 2500,
and bIib Is only a year old.'
'What can she do to show she
can think or speak us the result of.sullfctto ""9 "Ptlpn of .the Dewo-
"'She (mi select colors and Iden
tify them. I may ask her to pick
out n cube from u lot of blocks of
vnrloiiB shapes and she will do It
" 'Do you regard this her greatest
achievement up lu the present?'
yes, i do.'
"'Do jou regard the theory of
evolution estubHshud hy unylhluK
ou have seen or uituully known?"
'"I believe II will b establish
'"Will xui return tu Africa?'
" 'I llilnk mi, but for shoit tfiiiiH
Many mi ulli'Hi'il MimtiuH in dis,
HMln uimbin'i ,u u 1,1,1,,,, (al( .,..
VESSELS TO ARRIVE
Saturday, Sept. 10.
Hongkong and Japan porta Man
churia, P. M. S. S.
Tuesday, Sept. 13.
Australian ports via Suva Marama,
C-A. 8. 8.
San Francisco Nippon Maru, T.K.
K. 3. 8. ,
Friday, Sept. 16.
8an Francisco Sierra, O. 8. 8.
Friday, 8pt. 16.
Vancouver and Victoria Manuka,
C. A. 8. 8.
, Saturday, Sept. 17.
Hongkong nnd Japan ports Chlyo
Maru. T K. K. 8. 8.
Monday, Sept, 19.
San Francisco Siberia, P. M. 8. 8.
Friday, Sept. 23.
Hongkong via Japan porta Kiyo
Maru, T. K. K. 8. 8.
Saturday, Sept. 24.
Hongkong via Japan ports Asia,
P. M. 8. 8.
Tuesday, Sept. 27.
8an Francisco China,!'. M, 8. 8.
Wednesday, Sept. 28.
San Francisco I.urllne. M. N. 8. 8.
VESSELS TO DEPART
Tuesday, Sept. 6,
8. N. Klnah. for Knunl port?,
i p m
M N. 8. 8. I.urllne, fi,.' 8an Fran
cist c. C p. m
SI. X. S. 8. Hyndes, for Eleele, .i. m.
Saturday, Sept. 10.
Ban Francisco Manchuria. P. M.
Tuesday, Sept. 13.
Victoria and Vancouver Marama.
C.A. S. 8.
Japan porta and Hongkong Nippon
Maru, T. K. K. 8. 8.
Wednesday, Sept. 14. '
Son Francisco Wilhelmina, M. N.
Friday, Sept. 16.
Australian ports via Suva Manuka,
C-A. 8. 8.
Saturday, Sept. 17.
San Francisco Chlyo Maru'.'. T. K.
K. 8. 8.
Monday, 8ept. 19.
Japan ports and Hongkong Sibe
ria. P. M, 8. 8.
Wednesday, Sept. 21.
San Francisco Sierra, O. 8. 8.
Friday, Sept, 23.'
Central nnd South American, ports
Klyo Maru, T.. K. 1C 8. 8.
Saturday, Sept. 24.
San Francisco Asia. P. M. 8. 8.
Tuesday, Sept. 27.
Japan ports and Hongkong China.
P. M. &. B.
Mails are due at Honolulu Irons
points as follows:
Yokdhamu-Per N'lppon Maru, Sopt.
Colonics Per Marama, Sept, 13.
Malls will depart for the following
points as follows!
St I'ranclscp Per I.urllne, p. m.
Vancouver Per Zoalandla, Sopt. K.
Colonies Per Mnnukn, Sept. 10.
Yokohama Per Manchuria, Sept. 10.
Sydney Per Zoalandla, Sept. It
Dlx, aalled from Honolulu for Manila.
Logan arrived at San Francisco Aue.
Shorldan. sailed from Honolulu for
Manila, Aug. H.
U. S. A. T, Sherman, from Honolulu,
tor 8. r., Sept, 3,
ar"For Rent" cards on sal at
the Bulletin offct.
I hereby announce myself as a can.
dldale for nomination for the omce
CITY AND COUNTY TREASURER,
subject to the action of the Demo
cratic County Convention. f
RICHARD H. TRENT. H
I hereby announce myself "as a
candidate for the nomination ba Hep.
resentatlve; subject" to"the,' Action ot
the Republican Couuty Convention.
CIIABLKB II.' HROWN,
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for nomination as
7WHf if. C. PAC1IKCO.
OAHU COUNTRY CLUB.
Tho annual meeting of the Oahu
Couutry Club will 1 held at the
YojnK 'u,l. 8ei'.t"mbor 8, 1910, nt
O II, 111 ,
The Hawaiian Ballasting Company
has moved from Maunakea street to
Beretanla street, near Nuuanu. It
has no toiiiiectlon wUi the Oahu
Uklliitlnir Co,, which now bccuuUi
lis iii ottlce, 4QQ4 M