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EVEN1N0 ilHLLETIN,, HONOLULU, T. H., THUnSDAY, SEPT. 22, 1910.
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Oceanic Steamship Company
teT8 B. F, Hi. ,? Arrive Hon. Iave Hon. Arrive B. F.
October 1 October 7 October 12 October 18
r 65 flnt clan, lingle, S. F.; $110 first clasi, round trip, Sn Fran
tlico. 0. BREWER & CO.. LTD., flenrral Agents.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.,
and Toyo Risen Kaisha
ftteamera of the above Companies will Call at HONOLULU and Lasve
tbla Port on or about tha Dates mentioned below:
m V t 1 -- A.I..4 TftAtTJ. Tfntinliilti VtT H. V.
Leave uonoiuiu rur imcm.
China September 20
Manchuria uciouer .i juuiikuuk ........,
Chiyo Maru October 11 Tcnyo Mara October 15
For further Information applj to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., agents
Matson Navigation Company
ii. BETWEEN SAN FRANCISCO AND HONOLULU
From San Francisco
8. S. Lurline September 28
8. S. Wilhelmina October 4
8. B. Wilhelmina November 1
8. S. Lurline November 10
S. S. HYADES of this line sails
on or about OCTOBER 4, 1910.
For further particulars, apply to
CASTLE & COOKE. LTD..
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
ran fiji and Australia:
MARAMA. OOTOUER 14
MAllUUA NOVEMBER 11
THE0 H. DAVTES & CO.,
f From New York to Honolulu,
Freight received at nil times
SroVsEATTLE AND TAC0MA
S. S. VIRUINIAM, to sau
c o urvmjH .oil
s! S. MISSOURIAN, to sail
For further inloraation apply
went., Honolulu. p
Packing Household Goods
""' BY MEN WHO KNOW JUST HOW
Shipping ' Storage
HUSTACE - PECK CO., LTD
U QTJEIH ITSEXT PHONE 2205
Iitlmatei Riven on aU klndi of Drtyinc, Teamine;, Xoad BailiUf,
FIREWOOD AND COM, WAIANAE SAND FOR SALE
The B. F. Dillingham Co.
antral Agent for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company of London.
New York Underwriters' Agency.
Providence Washington Insurance Co,
th FLOOR, STANQENWALU DLDO.
It not a Luxury; It Is a Ntceotlty.
But you Must havt the DEQT
and tiiat la provided jy the famous
'and most equitable Laws of Masts-
shusstts, In tha
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.
OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS,
If you would be fully Informed about
lhast laws, address
CASTLE & COOKE,
HONOLULU, T. II
. " -- -- - - - .
Asia September 24
For San Francisco
S. S. Lurline October 4
S. S. Wilhelmina October 12
s s wiintiinn October 22
S.'s. Wilhelmina. .. November 9
from Seattle for Honolulu, direct,
General Acnts. Honolulu
MAKt'RA OCTOIinR 11
ZEALANDIA OCTOIIEIl 8
LTD.. GENERAL AGENTS.
via Tehnantepec, every sixth day.
at the Company's wharf, 41st Street,
TO HONOLULU DIRECT:
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to ,H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
Oahu Railwayjime Table
For Wnlanne, Walalua, Kahuku and
Wny Btutlons 9:15 a. m.. 3:20 p. m.
Knr Pearl City, Kwa Mill and Way
Btatlnna 17i30 n. in., 9:1G a. in..
11:30 n. in., 3:16 p. 31.. '3:20 p. in..
B:M p. in., (9:30 p. m., tllslB p. ni.
Fiii' W i awn nni l.e teiiua 'iu;zu
a. m., B:1G u. m., 9:30 p. m., HUM
Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku, Wal
aulim and NVulanao 8:30 a. m..
5:31 p. in.
Arrive Honolulu from Kwa Mill and
Penrl City t7MB a, m., '8:36 a. JU
11:02 a in., 1:40 p. m., 4:26 p. m..
B:3l p. m., 7:30 ji. m,
Arrive Honolulu from Wahlnwa and
I.ollehua-9:lB a. m., tl?0 p. in., B:31
p, m , JlPilO p. m,
The Htlelwa Limited, a two-hcur
train (only flrnt clung tlcPeta honored),
leaves Ilnniiliilu every Sunday at 8:30
a. in.; returning, nrrlvu In Honolulu
at 10:10 p. m. Tlin Limited stopti only
at Penrl City mid Wulanae outward,
ami Wulanae, Will palm and Pearl City
Dally. IBundar Kxcepted, (Sunduy
Q. P. UKNIBON, F. C. SMITH.
Ruperlnlendent. (1. P. A.
II ii 1 1 ell n plume Muiiilifm uret
llulnr linire '.'-.'.'ll.
Ildllorl.il llooiiu ''IHi. .
Established in 18D8
Bishop & Co.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued on
the Rank of California and
The London Joint Stock Bank
Correspondents for the
Amcritnn Express Company
and Thos. Cook & Son.
Interest allowed on Term
and Savings Bank Deposit).
BANK OF HONOLULU
PAID CAPITAL. ?C00,000
0LAUS SPRECKELS & CO.
Invites your Account and
offers satisfactory service.
Loans at market rates.
Exchange and Cable trans
fers. Travelers' Credits and
Checks available everywhere.
The Yokohama Specie
Capital (Paid Up). Yon 24.000.000
Reiervo Fund ....Yen 16.2E0.eo0
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
The bank buys end receives for
collection bills of exchange,
Issues Drafts ami Letters of
Credit, and transacts u general
The Ilnnk receives Local Do
posits and Head Olllco Deposits
tor fixed periods.
Local deposits 125 And upwards
for one year at rate of 4 per an
num. Head Office Deposits, Yen 25
and upwards for ono-tialf year, ouo
year, two years, or three years ut
rate of 4HX per annum.
Particulars to bo obtained on
Honolulu Offlee 67 8. King St
P. O. Dox 168.
Yu Akal Manager
Oahu Machine Shop
Manager - H. I. BOSS
t01 QUEEN AND RICHARDS STS.
ENGINEERS AND GENERAL
Automobile, Motor Cycles, Gai Sta
tionary and Marine Eneinei, Rice
Mill Machinery, Etc.
Eneineerine and Contrnctinc
HouscWirinc Repairing Supplies
1187 ALAKEA ST. Near Bcrctaniaj
A (all njsortment, siiej 24"x80"
to 48"xl20", and gauRti No. 10 to
No. 20 jait.to hand.
We do sheet metal work of all
kinds, and puarantee satisfaction.
your pationatce u toucued.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO J0BBIN0
EMMELUTH A CO., LTD,
Phone 1511 145 King Street
di all mm. i .
JloJJtka UI jjuautSK
ALLM k 108EHS0H,
lpei Utr 'I " ' Konnlnla
aT telected WOOD and COAL which you
will And more tatiifactory than any
1 you have used.
Call up 2281 and give an order,
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co., Ltd.,
Queen Street, Opposite Konhumanu Street
Alexander & Baldwin,
OFFICERS AND' DIRECTORS
11. P. Baldwin President
W. O. Smith.. First Vice-President
W. M, Alexander
J. P. Cooko
Third Vlco-Pres. and Manager
J. Waterhous Treasurer
H. E. Paxtnn Srcretaiy
J. D. Cantle . Director
J. II. Gnlt ,u Iiliiutor
W. R. Castle Director
and Insurance Agents
i Hawaiian Commercial ft Stifcnr Co.
Il.ilku Sugar Company.
Maul Agricultural Compiny
I Hawaiian Bugnr Company.
Kahuku Plantation Coirlpany.
Kohulul Railroad Company.
Hnleakala Ham h Company.
Mi'IIryde Sugar Co.
Kauai Railway Co.
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
Honolulu, T. H.
8HIPPINO AND COMMISSION MCR
I CHANT8, 8UCAR FACTORS
i , and
j OCNERAL INSURANCE AGENT
I Ewn Plantation Co.
W.ilulua Agricultural Co., Md.
Knhhla Sugar Co
Wnlinea Sugar Mill Co.
Apokna Sugar Co, Ltd.
Fulton Iron Works of St. Louis.
Rabcock to. Wilson Pump,
flreen'i Fuel Economizers,
Mntson Navigation Co.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
8UQAR FACTORS AND COM
Officers and Directors:
E. F. Illshop .President
Ueo. H. Robertson
....Vice-President and Manager
V. V. North Treasurer
Richard Ivers Secretary
J. U. Gait Auditor
Oeo. R. Cartot Director
C. II. Cooke Director
R A. Cooko Director
A. Clnrtloy Director
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
F.RE AND MARINE
Itoyal Insurnnce Cc: of Uvorpool.
London Assurance Corporation.
Commercial Union Assurance Co.
Scottish Union ft National Ins
Co. of IMInbursh.
Cnledontan Insuranco Co. of E.lln-
Upper Ilhlne Insurance Co. (Ma
rine) Territorial Board of
Office 403 Btangewald Uig,
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
CheiTllCal EtlgineS aild
Watchman s ClocKs
For Sale by
J. A. OILMAN
Consulting, Designing and Con
Bridges, Buildings, Concrete Strno
tares, Steel Structure!, Sanitary Syt
terns, Reports and "Estimates on Pro
jects. Phone 1045,
I Inter-lslund nnd O. 11. & U Shipping
hooka for sale nt tho Ilulletin
olllre, f.Oc neh.
! REAt ESTATE j
3 Matillloln to Kekohunn Mnknlll,
Itel; np 3, It P 087, kill 1188, Knpn
lama. Honolulu. Oahu: Sicn.7r. II
341, p 1. Auk 18. 1910.
T K Kupukiipu nnd wf to Cecil
Ilniwn, tr, M; 1-2 Int In kill r,ar,4,
t;r 1314, It P 12" mid .1 aha In 1ml
Intnl. Puhcen)lkl, Knolaiilon, Oahu:
JfiOO. II 341. p 1. Sept 8, 1910.
Yok 8ou to Wnn Sam, It S; 1-2
of 1 share In Cheo Wo Co, Hceln,
Hoolnup'oko, Onhii; t4C2.SO. n 33G,
2 IB. Aug 18, 1910.
J A Ciiminlns nnd v,t to Hank of
Honolulu Ltd, Addn CIiro; pc land,
hldfjs, rents, nte, lllncham nnd Alex
ander Sts, Honolulu, Oahu; S1000.
II 341, p 4. Sept 9, 1910.
Knhnnnwnle (w) to Walalua Ac
rlculturnl Co Ltd, L: np 2, Rr r,r,4,
Pnukniilln, Wnlnlua, Oahu; 15 yrs
nt J30 pir yr. II 330, p 270. Aug
Chas Kulten to Wnlnlua Agrctl Co
Ltd, L; firs B89, B8C nnd n71r np 3,
Pnukniilln, Wnlnlua, Oahu: 20 jra nt
$130 per yr. II 330, p 273. Aug
Mnrln I Peters nnd hsli (A V) to
Henry Wnterhouso Trust Co Ltd, I);
lot I, lilk 101, Pnlolo Valley, Hono
lulu, Oahu; S1200. II 337, p 231.
Aug SI, 1910.
Dora O C Hopkins nnd lisli (J C
K) to Henry Wnlerhoiiko Trust Co
Ltd, tr, M; lot 23, bile A, Mlnton
Tract, llonolulii, Oahu; $U,0. II 341,
p 9. Kept 8, 1910. .
C P, Morse and wf to John II
Wnlkcr, I); lot .",, blk II, Klnau St,
Honolulu, Oahu; $3000. II 337, P
232. Aug 31, 1910.
John II Walker to Henry Water
hoiiFO Trust Co Ltd. tr, M; lot C,
(ill: II, Klnnii St, Honolulu, Oahu;
,$2r00. II 311, p 11. Aug 31, 1910.
Mcrredes L Saule and hsb (A I.)
to Ilnnk of Hawaii Ltd, I); lot 0, gr
3Cr,2, Luiinlllo St, Honolulu, Oahu;
$1. It 337, p 234. Sept 8, 1910.
John K Sumner to lloliert W Da
vis, Agrmt; In ro reconveyance for
$2794.93 within C yrs of 1-2 Int In
land, Mokapu, Koolaiipoko, Oahu;
$5, etc II 330. p 247. Jan 1, 1900.
Robert W Davis to John IC Sum
ner, Agrult; In re reconveyance for
$2794.93 within C yrs of 1-2 Int In
Intnl. Mokapu, Koolnupnko, Oahu. H
330, p 247. Jan 1, 1900.
John K Sumner by atty to Robort
W DavlH. Rxtn Agrmt; In j exten
sion of time for. r. yrs on option of
io;onveynnre of 1-2 Int In land, Mo
kapu, Koolniiloa, Oahu; $1. II 330,
n 248, Mnr 20, 1910.
Robert W Davla to ntty of John
IC Sumner, Kxtn Agrmt; In ro ox
tension of time for 5 yrs on option
of reconveyance of 1-2 Int In land,
Mokapu, Koolauloa, Oahu. II 330, p
218. Mar 20, 1910.
Hank of I In wall Ltd. tr. to Ksfenla
Sugar Co. Rel; Int In real, personal
and mixed property, Koliala, Hawaii;
$1, etc. II 341, p 0. Sept 8, 191U.
Joao do Lima to Mnnoel A Mar
tins, D; 2 Cs land, Kniipnkulttn, I In.
mnkualna. Maul; $000. II 337, P
228. Hept 1. 1910.
Mnnoel A Martins and wf to Joao
dn Lima, M; 2 pes land, Kniiral;tl
lua, Hamakunloa, Maul; $000, II
341. p 7. Sept 1, 1910.
Harriet W Talte and hsb to Mlu
Sin Luke Chnn, I); l-2a land, Mn
kawan, Mnul; $400. II 337, p 229.
Aug 19, 1910.
Mnrln ilos A Tavnrcs et al to Wll.
Ilnm Cooper, D; pc InnJ, bldgs, etc.
Kokomo, Mnknwno, Mnul; $3E0. II
337, p 230. July 19, 1910.
I offer for Immediate sale, n largo
T. nnd tl, HOIISK nt Kapnhulu. Kal-"
mrtkl. Comer lot, 10,000 so,, ft. Two
hedrooms; modern plumbing; good
soil; stouo felun. Perfect title, OrlK
Inn) met, $2900; now S1200.
P. E. R. STHAUCH
74 S. King Street Waity Building
City and Suburban
TRUSTS, REAL ESTATE AND
Corner Merchant and Alakea Streets
C. L. HOPKINS
Syitematizer, Notary Public, Agent
tc Grant Marriage Licenses, Hawai
ian Interpreter and Translator
OFFICE Judjciary Bldir. HOURS
u a, in, to t p, m.
WOMEN' AND SUICIDES
One Victim of Rov, C, S, L
Brown Is Dead, Other
KANSAS CITY, Aug. 31. Rev. C.
S. L. Ilrown, who shot nnd killed
one woman, fatally Injured another
nnd committed suicide, Inst night
told ninny pf his friends, nfter his
downfall In the ministry, thnt he
went Into the pulpit because "I have,
the gift of gab, nnd the game Is nn
easy one. If I could keep straight,
keep' nwny from whiskey nnd wo
men, I could make a barrel of money
as an evangelist,"
Ilrown waa gambler, minister,
llrltlsh soldier In the Doer War and
locomotive fireman. He received a
mednl for bravery In the Roer War.
H'rowri often said ho was a "short-
card man" and a "sure-thing gam
bler" long before he went Into the
ministry. While n minister of the
Cbrlstlnn church In Lees Bummlt,
Mo., June 19, 1908, he was arrest
ed nt Sixth nnd Walnut streets here
and locked uu for Investigation, He
was hnlf nude when nrrested.
lie hnd whipped n man for Insult
Ing nn old negro "mammy." This
was the same Rev. Mr. Ilrown who,
In October, 1900, preached for Rev,
W. A. Thomas nt the West Side
Christian church In this city. Ills
ruhject was "Lights nnd Shadows of
Life, nnd Positive nnd Negative
Found Way of Transgressor Hard.
On the night be wns nrrested Rev,
Mr. Drown found thnt "the way of
tho trnnsgresBor was hard." He ad
mitted he had been drinking and
gambling In Kansas City ever Since
bis downfall nt Lees Summit a short
time before. Ho said he hnd passed
wftrthlesschccksln thlsclty'nnd Leer)
Summit. Six cnrs previous to this
time, ho said, he had been n porter
In the Hotel Raltlmore.
"1 can trace my downfall to the
lovo of a woman," Ilrown said be
hind tho bnrs of the holdover as his
tears streamed down, "Then the
ramblers cot hold of me. niid you
can see what they havo lcft(q('me
n wreck; ben ten, down and out,
"I nm willing to tnko my medicine
like n maiuaud serve my five or ten
years, but, before Cod, I will not ill
vulgo the name of the woman, ner
nnme must bo' protected, na 1 'alone
nm to blame."
It In not known hero whether
either of tho women he shot last
flight Is She whose "nnme must be
The cause of the shooting was n
quarrel between , Ilrown nAd Mrs.
Lnmvlierc, who planned to move and
stnrt ri boarding houso, with Mrs.
Ward ns n partner.
LEAD PENCIL KILLS
' 'MAft DURING A, FfGHJ
Deadly Use Mado of the
Harmless Article on a
NCW YOnK, Sopt. 10. Tho stub of
n lend pencil wns tho weapon whfch
brought death Inst night to' Albert
Currcn, n bluejacket on the United
States gunboat Hancock. Currcn had
obtained n leave of absence to visit
his sister In Ilrooklyn.
In n saloon near her homo last
rtlght he became engaged with John
Schmidt, nn acquaintance, In n quar
rel over the merits of tho battles'ilps
of Oerninny and tho Unlfed States.-
Schmldt declares Curren ut'iuck
Aim. When striking back Schmidt
held n lead pencil In his clenched
hand. Tha blow caught Curren on
the neck, nnd tho pencil pierced Ha
Jugular elii. Curren died nhoftly af
terward. RICH PRIZES FOR AVIATORS
nOSTON, Mass,, Sept. 2. Itcgln
nlng - tomorrow and continuing
through tho coming week, tho atten
Uon of American nvlntorn will bo cen
lered iipon n Hpaclnus flelrt located
between this city and Qulncy, where
tliu groat nvlattnn meet 'of tho liar
vard Aerohaullcal society will be
held, Tho success 61 tho meet Is be
lieved to be nssured, providing the
weather conditions nro fnvoraulo, for
the enlry list Includes many of the
3 lost successful airmen of America
ml several of those, who have .wop
fnmo In Ktiropc. Thirty oeVpn' thotf
flnnfl dollars In professional prizes
and moro In nmntotir prlzea will ho
qompeted for. These prises' will bo
awarded for speed, altitude, duration,
distance, getaway and accuracy. "Tlni
big event of the ontlro program Is to
bo n flight from tho nvlatlon field
itcroBH Ilonton to ilia Harvard stadi
um, tlienco to Iloston l.lrlit, at tho
entrance to Iloston harbor, and from
there back to tho starting point. For
this event n Iloston newspaper has of
fered n cash prlte of $10,001),
DO NOT ACCEPT A SUBSTITUTE.
when )ou want Perry Davis' Painkiller,
as nothing s as good for lheiluiallsm,
neiiiulgla im.l similar troubles. 70
rears In constant use, 2Sc, SSo anil
liilitF.lAliiti.l nn, I MI A I oi.i. .. !....
biHiks for vala ut the liulleihil
oluru. BOo each, ,t. ' I
invi IHIHIIH MMIS W, III VL. 14, IIIIIUIIIK I
VESSELS, TO ARRIVE
Friday, Sept. 21.
Hongkong via Japan ports Klyo
Mnru. T. K. K. fl. S.
From Konn nnd Knu ports dtmr,
Saturday, Sept. 24.
Hongkong via Japan ports Asia,
P. M. 8. S.
Stmi. Mnuna Kea, from llllo and
Sunday, 8ept, 25.
Stmr. Kinuif; from Kauai.
Stihr. Mknhaln from Maul. '
Yuesday, Sept. 27.
San Francisco Chlna.P. M. B. S.
Wednesday, Sept. 28.
Ban Frau'dscoJ-Lurllne, M. N. B. 8.
Monday Oct. 3.
San Francisco Manchuria.
Tuesday, Oct. 4. '
8an Francslco Per B. 8. Wilhel
mina, Tuesday, Oct, 11. -
San Francisco Chlyo Maru. " ,
Tuesday, Oct. 18. ,
San Finnclsco P. M. 8. B. Asia.
VESSELS TO DEPART (
Thursday, Sept. 22. '
For JCniiol W. O. Hall.
Friday, Sept. 23.
For Mnul 'nnd Hawaii ports B. 8.
Central and South American porta
-Klya Mnru, T. K. IC. 8. B.
Saturday, Sept. 24.
Ban Francisco Asia. P. M. '8, 8. -
Tuesday, Sept. 27.
Japan ports and Hongkong China,
P. M. 8. 8.
Tuesday, Oct 4.
For San Francisco Lurline.
Saturday Oct, B,
For Bnn Francisco fl, 3: Mongolia.
Tuesday, Oct. 11,
For Vancouver 8. 8. Makura.
For Australia Zealandla.
Wednesday Oct. 12.
For, San Francisco1 Wellielmlna.
Saturday, Oct. IS. ' '
For Ban Francisco Tony'd Maru.
Saturday, Oct.'22; ' (
For San 'Francesco Korea.
For Sari Francisco Hl)onInn.
I Malls are one at Honolulu from
points' as follows: " '
San Fraiiclsco Per 8. 8. China, Sept.
6rlent Per 8. 8. Asia Sept. 24,
&falta will depart for tha' tallowlm
polnaas foll'owaY " ' ' "
8an' Francisco Per Asia, Sept. 24,
Olx. sailed from Honolulu for Manila,
Aug. ll. '
Logan enroutq to Manila.
Sheridan', nt Manila.
If. 8, A, T. Sherman, from Honolulu,
for 8. P., Sept. 2.
RESOLUTION NO. 301.
HE IT RESOLVED by the Hoard
of Supervisors of the City and County
of Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
that the sum of Six Hundred Sixty
six and CC.100 (ICGG.CC) Dollars. '
being the amount due to the Road
Department for llie construction or
tho Pacific Heights Road, and which
has been paid into the County Treas
ury by tho Pacific Heights residents,
is' hereby appropriated out of th
General Pund tor account of Mainte
nance of Roads, Honolulu District. .
' J. C. QUJNN. i
Datod, Honolulu, August 29, 1010,
Approved this 13th day of Septem
ber, 1910 . i
(8.) JOSEPH J. FERN, '
4723 Bbpt. 14, 10, 16. 19, 20 21.
22, 23, 24, 26.
NOTICE TO HOMESTEADERS.
Petition for the rneMnc of Gov
ernment lands mua: be made on
blanks Issued bv, '(he Commissioner
of Public Lands', copies of which may
be obtained In person or will be
mailed on request, at ll(e office of
the SuR-Agenta or at the ofllpe or
the; Commissioner of Public Lands.
Commissioner1. o( Public Laud's,
Dated at IloWulu, August, 10,
4894 Aug. 11, 13, IS. 20, 25, 27;
Sept, 1, 3, 8, 10, 15, 17, 22.24.
29; Oct. 1.
f , J
A special meeting, of ,gref Im
portance to tlto Itepubllcana nf the
Teiiiii Precinct oi the Fifth, District
will ha held nt Hopkins' residence,
Thursday, September 2', ut 7 , iu.
D. K. KANUHA,
4 u President.
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