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RVENINO nULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. FRIDAY, SEPT. 10, 1910.
Oceanic Steamship Company
'fe Schedule s. s. sierra, 10.000 tons displacement
leave B. F, ( , Arrive Hon.Lcave Hon. Arrive S. F.
SEPTEMBER 10. .SEPTEMBER 1C REPTEMIlErt 21. .SEPTEMIiEU 27
r 05 firit class, single, S. F.; $110 first clnss, round trip, San Fran
tlico. 4 . C. BREWER & CO., LTD., fJeneral Ap,ents.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.,
and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Bteamers of the above Companies will Call at ltONUMII.lt and Lsare
this Port on or ubout th Dates mentioned below:
Leave Honolulu For Orient. leave Honolulu For S. .
Siberia September 11) Cliiyo Maru September 17
China September20 Asin September 24
Manchuria October 3 Monrjolia October 8
For further Information applj to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., agents
Matson Navigation Company
BETWEEN SAN FRANCISCO AND HONOLULU
From Can Francisco
6. S. Lurline September 28
S. S. Wilhelmiiia October 4
8. 8. Wilhelralna November 1
8. S. Lurline November 10
S, S. NEVADAN of this line
on or about SEPTEMBER 17, '1U1U.
For further particulars, apply to
CASTLE & COOKE. LTD..
Canadian-Austrian Royal Mail
TOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA!
ZEALANDIA . . . .SEPTEMUEIt 16
MAIlAMA OCTOUER 14
SIAKURA KOVEMIiER 11
THEO H. DAVIES & CO.,
t! From New York to Honolulu, via Tehuantepec, every sixth day.
Freight received at nil times at the Company's wharf, 41st Street;
FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA TO HONOLULU DIRECT!
8. S. ALASKAN, to sail S5ESSE5 li
8. S. ARIZONAN, to sail SEPTEMBER 23
For further Information apply to ,H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
C. P. MORSE. General Freight Acent.
Packing Household Goods
' 1 BY MEN WHO KNOW JUST HOW
HUSTAC - PECK CO., LTD
U UUEIN BTBEIT
Estimates prlvenon all kinds of
FIREWOOD AND COAL, WAIANAE
The B. F. Dillingham Co.
f I ttanerat Agent for Hawaii:
AtlaeAssurance Company of London.
New York Underwriter!' Agency.
Providence Washington Insurance Co.
Ith FLOOR, 8TANOENWALO DLDO.
' li not a Luxury: It li a Ntceeilty,
.But you Mutt have the DEDT
and fiat Is provided jy the famoui
nd most equitable Lawi of Massa
.hutetti, In the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co. .
OF BOSTON, MA38ACHU8CTTS,
If you would be fully Informed about
theie laws, address
CASTLE & COOKE,
JIONOIVLU, T. li.
For San Francisco
S. S. lurline October 4
S. S. Wilhclminn October 12
S. S. Hilonian October 22
snils from Seattle for Honolulu direct
General Agents, Honolulu
7.EALAND1A OCTOUEIt 8
LTD.. GENERAL AOENTS.
Drayinc, Teaminc, Road Buildlai,
SAND FOR SALE
Oahu Railway Time Table
For Wnlanae, Walalua, Kahuku and
Way Stntlona 3:IC a. in., '3:20 p. in.
For Pearl City, Kwa Mill and Way
StattoiiH 17:30 n. in., 9:1S u. m..
lt-30 a, in.. 2:15 p. 31., '3:20 p. ra..
G:1D p. hi., 13:30 p. m., tU:lG p. ra.
Fur Wuliluwa ami lellenua 10:20
u. m., S;1E u. m., 10:30 p. in., fllllC
Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku, Wat
aiilus. nnd Wulanao 8:30 a. m.,
5:31 p, in.
Arrive Honolulu from Kwa Mill i.nd
Pearl City 17:45 a, tu., '8;30 u. ra
11:02 u. m., 1:40 p. 111., "1:20 p. 1.
0:31 p. m., 7:30 p. m.
Arrlvn Ilnnolulii from Wohlawa and
Lellehua 9:10 a. m UiiO p. in., '5:31
p. m., tlP:i0 p. m.
Tho Ilaleln'ii Limited, a two-hcur
train (only firm clung Hcl'elH honored),
leaves Ilonoliilii every Sunday at 8:30
a. in.; rotiirnliii;. nrrlvta In Honolulu
at 10:10 p. m. Tho Limited Btopn only
at Pearl City ami Wulanao outward,
nnd Walanae, Walpahu and Pearl City
Dally, tSunduy Rxcepted. Bunday
a. P. I1HNISON, F. C. SMITH.
Superintendent. (I. p. A.
II 11 1 1 -1 1 11 Jilmlie iniiiilierH nrcl
llii.lni'is Ofllcr ':,.
IMIInrliil Ileum 'Jlsj.
Established in 18S8
Bishop & Co.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued on
the Rank of California and
The London Joint Stock Rank
Correspondents for the
American Express Company
and Then. Cook & Son.
Interest nliovcd on Term
and Savings Rank Deposits.
BANK OF HONOLULU
PAID CAPITAL. $000,000
CLAUS Sl'RECKELS & CO.
Invites your Account and
offers satisfactory service.
Loans at market rates.
Exchange nnd Cable trans
fers. Travelers' Credits and
Checks available everywhere.
The Yokohama Specie
Capital (Paid Up). Yen 24.000,000
Heierva Fund ....Yen 16,2(0,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
Tho bank buys end receives for
collection bills of exchnnKO,
Isbiics Drafts and Letters of
Credit, and transacts a ecneral
The Bank receives Local De
posits and Hen'd Olllco Deoslta
for fixed periods.
Local deposits 125 and upwards
for one year at ra(e of 4 per an
num. Head Office Deposits, Yen 25
and upwards for ono-half your, ouo
year, two years, or three years at
rute of 4Mi ior annum.
Particulars to be obtained on
Honolulu Offlre 67 B. King St
P. O. Dox 168.
Yu Akal Manager
Oahu Machine Shop
ManaRer H. L. ROSS
301 9VEEN AND RICHARDS STS.
ENGINEERS -AND GENERAL
Automobiles, Motor Cycles, Gas Sta
tionary and Marine Engines, Bice
Mill Machinery, Etc.
- 09 AIL KDIDI.
BXALISf IH LUMSU.
ALLI k 10JIHI0X
eneea Itreet :: :: :: Honolula
A full nssortment, sizes 24"8B"
to 48"xl20", and gauges Ho, 16 to
No. 20 just to hand.
We do sheet metal work of all
kinds, and guarantee satiilaction,
JTour patronage is solicited.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO J0RBIN0
EMMELUTH CO.. LTD.
Phone 1511 145 King Street
SUMMER DAYS AND
Pau Ka liana
Heavy and Light Draying
Ouccn Street, Opposite
Alexander U Baldwin,
. l LIMITED.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
It. P. llaldwln President
W. 0. Smith.. First Vice-President
W. M. Alexander
........ Second Vice-President
I J. P. dooke -rm.-.n
I Third Vlce-Prcs and Mnnngor
j J. WaterhoiKH Treasurer
! 13. E. Pnxtnn Hecretaiy
I J..B. Casle Director
J.. II. Uali Director
I W. .t Castle ' Director
i Sugar Factors.
and Insurance Agents
Hawaiian Commercial R Sugar Co.
Haiku1 Bugnr Company.
Maul Agricultural Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company,
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Kotiulul Railroad Company.
Haleakala ltanch Company
Mcllrydo Sugar Co.
Kauai Hallway Co.
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
Honolulu, T. H.
9HIPPINQ AND COMMISSION MER
CHANT8, 8UOAH FACTORS
GENERAL INSURANCE AQENT3
Kwn Plantation Co.
W.ilulua Agrlr.ultural Co., Ltd.'
Kohalit Sugar Co.
Walinea 8ugar Mill Co.
AKikna Sugar Co., Ltd.
Fulton Iron Works of St Louis.
Dabeock A Wilson Pumps.
Green's Fuel Economizers.
MntRon Navigation Co.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd,
SUGAR FACTOR8 AND COM.
Officers and Directors:
K. F. Dlsliop President
(leo. II. Robertson
....Vice-President and Manager
V. W Norlli .'Treasurer
ltlchurd vers , Secretary
J. It. flail Auditor
(leo. It. (urter ., Director
C. II. Ciltike Dlroctor
Jl. A, Cuoko Director
A Oarllejr ,.t...v...... Director
CBrewer5 & Co., Ltd.
FIRE AND MARINE
Royal Insurance Cc. of Liverpool.
London Assuranco Corporation.
Commercial Union Assurance Co.
Scottish Union & National Ins
Co. of Edinburgh.
Caledonian Insurance Co. of Edin
burgh. Upper Rhine Insurance Co. (Ma
rine) Territorial Board, of
Office 403 Stangewald lilt.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Chemical Engines, and
For Sale by
J, A. OILMAN
Consulting, Designing and Con
Bridges, Buildings, Concrete 8tnio
tures, Steel Structures, Sanitary Sys
tems, Reports and Estimates on Pro
jects. Phone 1045.
J 85 sdltorlal rooms aRO '
nets office. These are the Ulephene
number ftf 4h HiMltln W
& Draying Co., Ltd.,
(Continued from Page 7)
Ecssor; County Superintendent of
Schools; County Surveyor and such
other olllcers ns may bo found neces
sary to carry On tl;o business of a
county under such county government
n( obtains on tho mainland. There Is
absolutely )io reasonable excuse for
withholding from tho people their
rlKht to govern themselves to tho full
eiftent of complete county government,
which Includes the right to lisuo
bends, levy anil collect taxes and do
oil other county business not prohi
bited or limited by the Organic Act.
APPROPRIATIONS FOR LILIUOKA.
Wo pledge our cnndldntes to the
legislature to continuation of tho tisu
nl appropriation for funnt-r Queen I.I
lltiokntanl, and pledge our candidate
for Utdcgato to Congress to Introduce
and supiiort n measure by which she
shall bo provided with a pension' from
the K-il ral tiensury for ettcli amount
ns congress may deem appropriate.
Wo pledge our cnndldnle for Dole
Kato. If olccted, to work for the re
ponl of (he law embodied In tho bill
Intioiluced by Delegate Colanlannolo
limiting the usu or tlio Hawaiian Inn
rtungo relating to gdvernment to ten
yeais and we contend that there Is 110
Justification for such a Kin-.
VESTED FISHING RIGHTS.
. Wo urge upoil congress the Ufces-
city ..of apptopilatiiiK money nnd to
actinjre, by coiulctjiiiatlon.lf necessary.
All ested private fishing rights In this
Tenltory and 16 111.cn the Bamo for
public usp, and nlso, to pass such
laws as shall not abrogate any treaty
rights, but will protect the fisheries of
Ilnwall for tho benefit of Its cltlcens.
We Insist upon our legislature rev la
in 1; the laws relating to employers and
cmplojes, modernizing the sairto along
tho lines of tho Kinployer's Liability
Aet passed by congress.
Wo pledgo our candidates for thu
leglslaturo to levlso and, amend thu
law relating tp water rights '1 ns to
iimri" ronipiuujij- pruieci inejp?opio ill
thu pmpor use of wntcr tu which they
me rightfully entitled.
INCORPORATION OF' CITIES AND
Wo favor-tho passage of. a general
lnwj-'by -tho legislature, by which
towns and cities may bcrpino Incor
pirated and maintain a municipal gov
oiiimeut for such purposes separate
and apart from county government,
such government to be Initiated by
vto of, thu resldpnt p)ocors within
the nrea sought' to bo, Incorporated,
anil .that iiuch lucoi4oratud . city or
town bo piohlhltcd by law from grant
ting any oxclusho fraublso, nnd cm
liowctsd to own and Operate electric
light plants, street railways, water
works and every other public utility
with tli light to Issue bonds for the
construction nnd maintenance of the
saino coupled with' tho light to levy
and collect taxes for nil municipal pur
poses. CITIZEN LABOR. '
Wo repeat tho citizen labor plank of
our platform for 1908. Wo favor a
strict enforcement of tho citizen labor
nnd eight-hour laws, Including labor on
tho territorial wharves and wharves
licensed by or leased from tho govern
ment, nnd demand that in granting any
license or making any lease for wharf
purposes, theso conditions shnll ho in
serted Wo ondnreo tho minimum
wngn of II.S0 per day of eight, hour
011 nil the public works In tho Terri
tory whether fedornl, territorial, coun
ty, or municipal, nnd wo pledgo our
candidate, for Polcgato to Congress to
Introduce nnd work for tho passago of
n bill conforming to our local citizen
labor law, nnd requiring all foderai
public 'works In tho Torrltory of Hu
wall Id bo performed by citizen labor
only, remembering that tho prosent
Hopiibllcau Delegate- Introduced such a
hill but nuvcr did anything more.
The pnmocrntlo pnity will supiiort,
ns In the past, liberal npptoprlntlona
fur tho education of tho young, and
for tho mnro liberal payment of the
teachers to whoso hands such educa
tion shall bo committed. Hut wo view
Willi dissatisfaction tho Increasing
tendency of our educational authori
ties to dopart from tho sylld and clb
mentul branches of primary educntlon,
nnd to engraft upon the curricula, of
pve.11 our Pilmary school nuriaiit ox
pnslu fails of no iiniplloal utility,
wlipreby tio tliuo and tifforlH of both
liwhem itui) pupils nsti diverted from
their true ilium, tho moio necessary
fenturrs of a practical, education are
neglected, and tho expnifcu tlioreof
V'n feel Hint tho administration pt
litis linporlMut dopiiilmeut hhouhl b
brought iie.irer Jo the peoplo, through
tho assumption by tho peoplo's lopio
Fcntiitlvcs In tho leglslntnro of n great
er degrco of contiol over the subjects
to bo taught nnd tho mclboils of loach
lug nnd ndmlnlstiatlou.
We deplnro tliu great lucreaso In the
oxpense of providing htink. u olnr
lunU'li'il for IN in of pupils now
Kinwil In a llHtire. liej'Plld thu meuna
of Hiiii pitmiils. This Vguro should
bo leKiihited by legislation and neefs
stiry hooliH should bo fieely pruvidud
fur tliu (hll'Ueu of tho (ioor.
As the law now stands, tho expense
of building and maintaining school
premises rests upon the cuuuUes, but.
thoso thus obliged to supply the funds,
have no voice In the administration of
the schools for which they pay,iThere
fore the Democratic. party-will support
legislation looking to the .ultimate,, but
gradual, assumption by the people of
tho respective counties,, of the control
of the schools,
We favor raising the school ago to
PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS
One of tho most pressing needs of
tho Territory, In order to tho develop
ment of small Industries, is cheaper
transportation than now prevails by
land and wnler, betwccji different
points. Tho rates of passenger nnd
freight trafuc, telegraphing, telephones,
water service, etc., etc., should bo re
gulated by law. 1
To this end, the D3mocratlc party
will endeavor 'to securo tho adoption
of legislation providing for tho estab
lishment nnd 'maintenance of a com
mission to regulate such rates and
fares within tho Territory, or If
thought more expedient to Investigate
conditions, and report to the legisla
ture, In order that the legislature may
enact statutes to regulate such
Wo favor a law by which taxes upon
land Khali lie lcvlod according to the
products raised thereon and Ilia re
ceipts from Uic same.
We denounce tho unequal and un
fair tax laws of this Territory which
havo bpen under consideration by vari
ous commissions provided by, the leg
Islaturo and appointed by the flov
ernor, but .no reform or Improvement
has yet been made.
ELECTION OF DISTRICT MAGIS
TRATE8. Wo favor the election of district
magistrates by the people.
Wo favor a law by which all vaccin
ation In the Torrltory of Hawaii Bhall
be erformed 'by federal authorities,
and that .all virus used therefor be
sealed under authority of the United
States Health Department.
WHAT CONORES8 SHOULD CO.
Wo urge Uion congress tho further
amendment of the Organic Act bo -as
, Abolish tho office of superintendent
of public works;
Abolish .the office ofhlgh 'sheriff;
Allow ,-Ptecilon of public boards by
the people as well an by appointment;
Prohibit the ownership of real es
Into by tallens;
Restrict tho private ownerships of
real estata by Individuals to a rea
i:xtet)il the reclamation service to
Hawaii, under nuthorlty of'tho secre
tary of the Interior, and also to
.Appropriate money for the entire
rare of Iho leper settlement ;
Appropriate more money for federal
agricultural experiment station;
Approprlnto more money for the ag
ricultural Colle'co of Hawaii nnd .main
tain experimental farms pn each of
the four principal Islands,
We pledgo our candldato for Del
gato to Congress to work for all the
above provisions and appropriations.!
T. J. ItVAN, ,
D. L. KALAWAIA.
J. S. CHANDLKR.
M. t). ICALEIOl'UU.
O. W. KAHUKULA.
II. H. EWAI.IKO.
EDW. II. T. WOLTER,
NELSON N. KALOA, JR.
OEO. K. KKAWKIIAKU. ,
Tho honest theatrical manager be
lieves evory man Is entitled to u show
for his money.
I hereby annpunco,nyaelf as a can.
dldate for nomination for the office
CITY AND COUNTY TREASUBER,
subject to the action of the Demo
cratic Cofinty Convention,
I hereby announce myself as, a can
didate for nomination as
subject to the action of the Demo
cratic County Convention.
M. 0. PA0HEC0.
Notlco la hereby given that the
Kxecuttvo Committee of the Terri
torial Central Committee of the Re
publican I'urty of Hawaii will not be
irsponslble for any debts contracted
without Its written consent, signed
by the rhaluuan and enuntorslgiied
by the treasurer of said eommlttea,
THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTER,
lly ALFRED D. COOPER,
Honolulu, Heptemher 1C, 1010.
- MAIL STEAMERS
VESSELS TO ARRIVE
Friday, .Sept. 18.
. Vancouver and Victoria Zealandla,
C. A. S. 8.
T. K-. K. S. B. Chlvo Maru, from
Saturday, Sept, 17.
Hongkong nnd Japan potts Chlyo
Maru, T. K. K. 8. 8.
Stmr. Mauna Ken, from lltlo and
Sunday Sept 18.
Stmr. Klnati, from Kauai ports, a.
Stmr. Mlkahaln, from Molokat, a. m.
Monday, 8ept, 19.
Ban Francisco Siberia, p) M. S. S.
Friday, Sept. 23.
Hongkong via Japan ports Klyo
Maru, T. K, kb. 8.
Saturday, Sept, 24.
Hongkong via Japan ports Asia,
P. M. 8. 8.)
Tuesday, 6pL 27. " 1
San Francisco Cblna.P. M. 8. 8,
Ban Francisco Lurline. M. N. B.'S.
Monday pet'. 3,
,Tueeday, Oct, 4. y
Ban Frahcslco-J'er a Si' Wllhel
mlna. ,K , , '; '
J VE,88EL8,7q PEPT fy
Frjday8ept. 16. '
Australian P9rts''.va Buva Zoalan
dla, a-Atfl. Hi lif1 ,1 ' ' "
u: 3, AiT.'UKshi'for'lQilain-ad
Saturday, Sept, 17.
Ban .Francisco Chlyo Maru, T. K.
K. 8. S.
Monday, Sept. 19.
Japan ports and Hongkong Sibe
ria. P. M. S. S.
Wednesday, 8ept. 21.
San Francisco Sierra, O, 8. S.
Friday, Sept. 23,
Central and South American porta
Klyo Maru, T. K. K. 8. 8.
Saturday, Sept. 24,
San Francisco Asia. !. M. B. B.
Tuesday, Sept. '27.
Japan porta nnd Hongkong China,
P. M. S. 8.
'Tuesday, Oct. 4.
For San, Francisco Lurline.
Saturday Oct. 8. '
For San, Francisco S. 8. Mongolia.
Tuesday,, Oct. 11.
For Vancouver 8. S. jliakura. j 1
Wednesday Oct., 12.
For San Francisco Welhelmlna. v
.Mails are oue at Honolulu from
polnta aa follows:
San Francisco Per Siberia.- Sept. 19.
Yokohama Por Chlyo Maru. Sept. 18.
1 Marfs will -depart for the following
points aa follows:
Vancouver Por Zcatandla. Sept. 10.
Colonies Per Manuka,(Sept. 10.
.Sydney Per Zenlandla, 'Sept. l'fi.
I TRAN8PORT 8ERVICE, I
Dlx, sailed from Honolulu for Manila,
Logan enroutc to Manila,
Sheridan, sailed from Honolulu, for
Manila, Aug. 14.
U. 8. A. T. Sherman, from Honolhlli,
for S. F Bopt.S.
When two women kiss It doesn't
menu any more than when two nieii
RESOLUTION NO. 301.
HE IT IlESOLTVED by tho Hoard
of Supervisors of the City and County
pf Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii,
that the sum of Six Hu,ndrod Sixty
six and GS.100 (ICCCfiH) DollarB.
being the amount Idue to the Jtoail
Department for "ih'e construction or
the Pacific Helghta rtoad, anj which
haB been paid Into the County Treas
ury by the Pacific Heights residents.
Is hereby appropriated out of tho
Oeneral Fund for account of Mainte
nance of Roads. .Honolulu District.
J. C. QU1NN. 1
Dated, Honolulu, August 29, 1910.
Approved fills 13th day of Septem
(8.) JOSEPJI J. FERN, ".
1723 Bept. 14. 1C, 10, 19, 2ft, 21.
22, 23, 24, 20.
.BUSINESS JOTI0E3. ,
'The Hawaiian .Ballasting Company
has .moved from Maunakea street to
Beretania street, near NunanU. It
has no connection with the, Oahu
Ballasting Co., which now occupies
Its old office, 4094-lm
M 8. RNfllNKEH OFFICE, Hono
lulu. T. H Kept- 14, 19,10. 'Smiled
proposals fqr .Hreukwater construc
tion ut Kuhulul Uafbor, Maul, T. II..
will bo received hero until II o'clock
it, in, Oct. J4, 190, and then puhllcjy
opened, Informulloii on application.
13. Evelejh Wlimlow, Mujor, Kngra. "
Bept, t, IB, 10, 17- Oct. 12, H.i