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nVBNINO nWI.tXTIN, IIOS'OMIMI, T. It.. Tl'HSIMY. SBI'T. ST. 1910.
' Qceanic Steamship -Company
tmy I. F, J
October 1 . .
. .October 7
r J05 tint chut, tingle, 8, F.J $110
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.,
tesmsrs ut the abnya Companies will Call nt .HONOLULU and Leave
tbl i'ott on or about tin Dates mentioned below;
Leave Honolulu For Orient. Leave Honolulu For B. F.
Manchuria October .1
Chiyo Mara October 11
Alia October 18
Far further Information apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., agents
Matson Navigation Company
BETWEEN SAM FRANCISCO AND HONOLULU
Frora 6an Francisco
'B. S. Lurline September 28
S. S. Wilhelmina October 4
S. S. Wilhelmina November 1
S. 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
FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA:
MAHASIA OCTOBKR 14
THEO H. DAVES & CO.,
I- From New York to Honolulu,
Freight received at all timet
imnu oriTTTT ivn IPIPAVI
8. 8. V1BOINIAN. to sail
8. S MEXICAN, to 'sail
S. S. MISS0URIAN, to sail
For further Information apply to ,H. havkizlu & cu., iau.
C. P. MORSE. General Freijtnt Acent.
You Can Be Absolutely,
Of the, prompt delivery of your baggage
if you telephone us youp order
UNION-PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.,
HUSTACE - PECK Gft, IN)
Estimates riven on all kinds of Draylnr.-Teaminr-. load BoHittf,
FIREWOOD AMD COAL, WAIANAE SAND FOR SALE
The B. F. Dillingham Co.
fianiral Agent for Hawaii:
Miss Assurance Company of London.
Ntpr York Underwriters' Agency.
Providence Washington Insurance Co.
tth FLOOR, 8TANQENWALU DLDO.
la not a Luxury; It li a Nteesetty.
But you Mutt have the DE&T
and t!at la provldea jy the famoui
and most equitable Laws of Massa-
ehutattt, In the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.
OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
If you wpuld be fully Informed about
thsta Urti, address
. CASTLE & COOKE,
tfONpi VLU, T. H.
Arrive S. F.
first olass,, round trip, San Fran
& CO.. LTD. General Agents.
Asia '. . . .September 24
Mongolia October. 8
Tcnyo Mnru October 10
For San Francisco
S. S. Lurline October 4
S. S. Wilhelmina October 12
S. S. Hilonian October 22
S. S. Wilhelmina November 9
from Seattle for Honolulu, direct,
General Agents, Honolulu
MAKl'ltA .- OCTOIIKIlll
KKAI.AXUIA OCTOIIRU S
LTD.. OENERAL .GENTS.,
via, Tehuantepec, every sixth day., , '
at the Company's wharf, '41st. Street,
Tfl TTfl WnT.TTT.Tt TUnTnT
-.- I.OCtOBER 4
Street, Next to Young Hotel
For Walanne, Wolalua, Kahuku and
Way Stations 9:lEia. m., 3:20 p. in,
For Pearl Ctty. Kwa Mill ami Way
Stations 17:30 it. in,, 9:16 a. m.,
11:30 . in., 3:10 i. ai.. 3:20 p. m.,
5:15 p. m 19:30 p. m., ttl:lC p. m.
Kor Wulilawa anil Lelleliua 10:20
a. in., G:16 u. m., :30 p. OT, tll:lD
V. m. , v
, Inward- '
Arrive Honolulu fronvXahiiku, Walt
nuua ami Walaaao 8:30 a. m..
B;31 p. nil.
Arrive Honolulu from i Mill Liid
Ponrl City t7M5 a. m.. '8:30 a. :n..
11:02 n. m., 1M0 p. ra., '4:2c p. m..
5:31 p. ni 7:30 p. m.
Arrlvo Honolulu from Wahlawa and
Lellehua 9:1E a. in,, tl;40 p.,mM 5:31
p, m., tlPt.O p. in.
The Hr-Ietwa Limited, a two-hr.ur
train (only first clang UcVels honored),
leaves Honolulu every Sunday at 8:30
a. in.: returning, nrrlvta !n Honolulu
nt 10:10 p. in. Tim Limited nli,;ia only
at I'enrl Clly and Wulanae outward,
and Wnlanao, Walpatru and Pearl City
Dally. tBunnay Esceptcd. JSunrtay
O. I W5NI80N, P. O. SMITH.
Superintendent. O. I. A.
II ii 1 1 1' 1 1 ii pliitnAiumbeni urci
nirdllorlal Kooiiia ilfii "'
Established In 1RSS
Bishop & Co.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued on
tlic Rank of California nnd
The London Joint Stock Rank
Correspondents for the
American Express Company
nnd Tlios. Cook & Son.
Interest allowed on Term
and Savings Bank Deposits.
BANK OF HONOLULU
PAID CAPITAL. $GOO,000
CLA1IS SPKECKELS & CO.
Invites your Account and
offers satisfactory servic.
Loans at market rates.
Exchange and Cable trans
Travelers' Credits and
Checks available everywhere.
"The Yokohama. Specie
Capital (Paid Up). Yen .21.000.000
lleierva Kund ....Yea IC.SCO.SOO
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
The bank buya and receive for
colleotln lillls of exchange.
Issues Drafts and 1-fttera of
Criillt, and transact a general
The Hank receives Local I)
lostta and Head 01D.ce Uoiosta
for fixed periods.
Local deposits )25 and upwards
for one year at rate of 4 per an
num, Head Office Deposits, Yen 25
and upwards for one-half year, oue
year, two yeara, or three years at
rate of m per annum.
Particulars to uo obtained on
Honolulu Office 67 S. Klog SL
P. O. Box 168.
Yu Akal .'Manager
Oahu Machine Shop
ilanaper - . H. L. BOSS
301 Q.DEEH AND RICHARDS STS.
ENOINEEES AND QENEBAI
Automobiles. Motor Cycles, Oas Sta
tionary and Marine Enrdnes, Bice
Mill Mae.li5nenr V.te.
Encineerinr and Contractinrr
House-W;rinir Bepamng Supplies
llb7 ALhKbfL bT. near Jieretania
A fuU assortment, sites Z4"x86"
to aa-'xlSQ"; and fcaugta No.; 1G to
No. 2Qijust to hand.'
We do sheet, metal work of all
kinds, and guarantee satisfaction.
xour- patronage rs solicited.
PROMPT- ATTENTION TO'JOBBINQ
EMMELUTH' CO.; LTD.
Phone lBU" 145 Kincr Street
of ail mrma.
JtXALXSJ IN LDVBXX.
Aiixi t Bcsnrtoif.
ne frreet :- j! Vnnolnla
Heavy and Light Draying
Vie liave superior facilities for the handlinit of freight
from the heaviest, wheie a Traction Engine is necessary,
to the lightest piece. Get our prices. i
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co., Ltd.,
Quecfl Etiret, Opposite Kaahumanu l'hooe 2281
"' i ... i ii i i
Alexander & Baldwin,
OFPccnn and DtnccTORS.
II. 1. llaldwln President
W. O. Smith. .tint VIcM'tealdent
W. M. Aletandr-r
, Second Vice-President
J. P. CooK
Third Vlen l'rfl, nnd Manager
K, K. I'aMim
J, 11, qaMle . .
J. ll: flalt . ..
W. It. CftMle
and Insurance Agents
Hawaiian Commercial A SuKar Co.
Haiku Sugar I'ompany.
Maul AKrlcultiinl Company.
Hawalluu SuKar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company
Kahulul Ilallroad Company.
Haleakala Itam Ii Company,
Mcllryile SiiBar Co.
Kauai Hallway Co.
Castle & Cooke. Ltd
Honolulu, T. H.
CHIPPING AND COMMI83ION MCR
I CHANT8. SUGAR FACTORS
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT
F.wa Plantation Co)
W.ilnlna Agricultural Cfi., Ltd.
Knliala Snar Co.
WnlmeaSuKHr Mill Co.
AiKika.V SiiRar Co., Ltd.
" " "
Fulton Iron Works of St. I.oiili.
Hnbenck A WIIkoh Pumps.
GreenV Tuel Kconomltera.
Malcon NulKutlnn Co.
C, Brewer & Co., Ltd.
SUGAR FACTORS AND COM
Officers and Directors:
K. F. nishop Prrsldut
flrn, II. ItoucrlhOh
, ....YIco-1'iCHldciit and Manager
V. V North Treasurer
niehard Iverg Secretary
J. It. (lalt Auditor
Geo. It. Carter Director
C. II. Cooke Director
It A. Cooko Director
A Cartloy Director
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
FIRE AND MARINE
Royal Insurance Cc. of llrcrpoo
London Assurance Corporation.
Commercial Union Assurance Co.
Scattlfli Union ft National Ins
Co. of Edinburgh.
Caledonian Insurance Co of Edln
Upper Rhine Insurance Co. (Ua
rlue) Teiritorial Board of
Office 403 Stangrewald BM(.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Chemical Engines and
For Sale by
Ji A. OILMAN
Conmlting, Designing and Con
Bridfcts, Buildings, Concrete Struft
tnres, Steel Structnress Sanitary Sys
tems, Reports and Estimates on P-o
jeds. Phone 1045.
Inter-Uland and O. It. & U Shipping
books for sale lit llm Hul let in
otllee, f.Oc each.
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FORT SHAFTER NEWS
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The grenten week In the history
oti local military life of Honolulu
hna Just niniQ lo n cloo. The
hreakliiR of C'.imp lltillard. the In-
ratrnctlon m-hool for Territorial Xn.
tlonnl lluard omrers, located Iml a
few liutiilrnl )nnU from Poit Char
ter nnd a short ride from the he.irt
of the ellv. mnrL. .,. n, 11.1"" mo year 1910, Thla meaiia
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...n 1(. .!(- 1I1VI (.uiiiircif n Willi
the ...my fp nt the
thtov. light and evidence upon the
aptiicr of the Hawaiian and part.
I Hawaiian ctinrcrnliiR military nf-
falin. The carncsitiieM In the exo
cutliiR or dutle, the ,trl -t atten
tion palif, to ever)thliie that wbb
sahl mid done, (he optimism display
ed In rain or shine, impressed the
ulllcer teacher of the value of nuch
men to the Territory, and not to the
Territory alone, hut to tho United
Stateg as a whole.
The life Kpcut In camp was noth
ing pIm than fat camp life. The
oincera lived In conical wall tenia,
nnd very little distinction was made
between them and the model turn-
pany. No excess luxuries were af-
foril'd thfin. nnd the olllcers lived
Jutt ns n soldier In the field. All
tills added pleasure to tho cxpcrl
once, and wlmn Friday night of last
week camo, no great Joy was manl-
feslcd -oter the departure ' At din-
uer time rrlday night the officers
tniig as only the Hawaiian rnn. their
tunes .wafting 'across the parade
ground making one think of old rol -
.Saturday morning was spent In
.farewells, and Immediately after
dinner the oni'ers.began to leavn for
ineir respective Homes. i;arly in mo
afternoon Company K, the model
company, broke camp and returned
lo ua barracks In tho post. Lieu-
tenant Pardee seems pleased with there is no picked team In the post
the way the men conducted them- at tho present time, should the mill
rehes, and the olllcers before leav- tnry clement bo allowed to enter.
ing nan miicii io say regaruing inn
helpfillncrs of the model company.'
The company did faithful work nnd
.If serves mirh credit. The men
were not allowed In leave the camp
,,r' """, "i"i im- ivii.ii
permlrsloii of the llm sergeant and
were kept constantly Jilisy In forma
(tons of some soit.
(2m..In.. n.n..t.H r-.. ...... r ,.ir
In nnd marched up .to Camp Hl-f
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lard, where the officers" tents were
still standing. Work was nt once
started In falling the tents nnd pd-l
iii-ihk ui KruuijixH. i.vrrj luiuj; was
cleaned off and-.tho. plateau stands.'
naked aud lonesome, ready for cav;
airy hiking around the .slahii or for
any outfit that la looking for n de-
slrable place to camp out.
l lie ornnnnce storehouse that naa
iieen under completion for some
months Is nearly finished and ready
for ujc. The tllo root Is nearly done
and everything Is complete except
for a few details nn tho Inside. The
ordnance storehouse stnnds on the
corrnl road Just opposite the forage
house and In back of the shops. The
building Is fireproof and of the most
modern pattern, making n fine ad
dition to the group of bulldlnga con
st Itutlng Kurt Shatter. No doubt as
soon as this building Is completed
and the ordnance property now
stored In the old ordnance bouse up
the valley Is transferred, number 4
post will be abandoned and number
2 wll make n trip to the pumping
station once nn hour Instead of hav
ing a permanent post down there In
Ordnance Screeant on Furlong!).
crgeam i.. u. wn-:
Hams lias taken a furlough, but did
not leave tho Island, however. Ser
geant Williams has "put In" for a
transfer to some other post In tho,
States. Ills transfer has been ap
proved, but owing to the fa:t that
tlirals no vacancy for an ordnanco
rergcant In the States, the sergeant
will remain with Kort Shatter until
such a time as a vacancy occurs.
Sergeant Williams has done valuahlo
work on the target range, and with
his departure the second battalion
of the Twentieth Infantry loses not
only a Hue man, but n member of
their non-commlsslnned staff olllcers.
bomeining unusual occurred nt
Kort Shatter on Saturday morning
last. All three, companies In the!
post had lnie(tlnn in garrison
equipments, lt lias been a common'
thing' for Company II during the
past few months to have Inspection
lit heavy marching order and to(
marrli nut on the parade ground ami
pitch tentil or have Inspection of
pack, 'ot rn nn Int-t Saturday.
The men were pleated, for garrison
Inspection Is a great deal easier than
that In heavy marching order Com
pany (1 had a new phase In Inunc
tion, nqulpments w,r displayed
on the bunks, and Captain Hstes,
with Lieutenant Chilton, Inspected
foot and wall loekera. The men were
kept bus)' Friday all'day aud B.itur J
day morn I ii i: making prnpiratlons
for Ibis Inep'elloii. The barraiks
were a tied It to the te'nud baltal.
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Ion, and the captain reemod lilnhly
laiei with the Inapectlon.
Ahoui the eighth of next month
eoii.ea the j early twenty-one-day
prnctlre march. No doulit the bat
talion will bo nroiinil the Island an
tt did last jo.ir, and when this In
done thla will end the hllUiiK geaxoii
I throe weeka' outdoor life. tor the'
111PII. nttil innrtntin to nnvlnna (n
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iiitiiL.ii im in in ii mi . us nun
ns lustiu-tlon nnd military trntn
Ing. tt Is this kind of training that
makes the men valuable In real ser
vice. Bleeping on the ground, eat
Ing In the open, mountain climbing
nnd regular hiking tends to make
the men hearty and used to bard
ships should they be compelled lo
undergo them In nctlvo service.
Then, too, It fnmlllarizes the oHlrcra
and men with the lay of the laud,
and In case of an Invasion of the Is
land this Information would he of
great altie. I,of.t learielforts went
ma,lc '" take ,htf ''ntlnllnn to the
'"and of "Maul for the 2t-dny hlko
""' a visit Mo tho crater of Halea
ka,a' lM,t "Winn li the fact that tho
expense of Mich a trip would bo sj
great, the plana failed. This would
,,e n "no ttiliiB. for It would proli
n,'l' ,,c tlo only 0iportunlty the
men would hac of feeing the val
' It. has .been suggested by somi
lirogressho rport that water polo
I should bo one of tlipslcadlng aquatic
games Of the Islands. If such n
game wore started, Fort Shafter
could no doubt fitrnlrli a team equal
to any on the Island. This post Is
greatly intereFtcd In this kind of
sport and the game Is participated
In a great deal. Much prartlsc Is
given to this sport, nnd nlthoiigh
i-'ort Shnfler could no doubt furnish
Slnco Company K.J.aa rnlitrned to
,p .'t fron, Cmni, ,,, ,,llTv ,,
fnmew hat e.istnr. Tim i.or.l .iml
nn ,,, nn fnV ..-.i . i...
shmewhat'. and possibly tho men will
get more "nights In" than they have
In the past eight days. Tho nuin
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I will also lie smaller and. taking It
all around, the return of Company 1
I to the puit is Just tho proper thing.
t.,..,! . tj.i c. i n iha
1 'M t t9 '
jobnT lliljer I"a M Cabrlnlm 1.
sfarlnn da Sliva to A SI Ca-
brlnha , ns
Sltva & Cordelro to A St Ca
brlnha i It a
Helnrlch Knanck and wf to Sen
ITrtt Hank nt Illlo Ltd to P C
K Seklya et al to Tlrst Hank ,
of Illlo Ltd CSl
K Seklya et all to First I lank
or Illlo Ltd CSt
K Scklja et al to Klrst Hank
of Hllo Ltd CSI
Illlo SIcrcnntlle Co Ltd to Sln-
sayo Arakawa A St
Masayo Aiakawn to Hal Icy &
Iiwson . . .,..., Ilol
Entered for Becord Sept." 20, 1010.
From 0 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Talula L a Sillier nnd hsb lo
Rachel K Wcscoatt I
- Walter II Ilayselden end -wf, ct
I all to n.ichcl IC Wcstroatt ...
I Rachel K Westcoatt nnd list, to
i n i.uiiau
Sloeleiio and wf to I) Nuuhlwn
et all n
II Cressaty to von Hnmm-Yoiing
Co Ltd CSI
W SI Helolkalanl to von Ilanim-
Young Co Ltd C St
Charles II Purdy and wf by
nlTdt of mtgee to Addlo II Oear
Charlea II Purdy by mtgoo to
Addlo 11 Rear . . . , D
Steanl Kekiicwn (w) to J Henry
Slngoon . . , I)
; Tlio old family denti- j
I trice; always moat
modem. The standard
63 years ago the
same to-day, 3 forma
i MOVEMENTS OF
tt niii nTPiiirnn
VESSELS TO ARRIVE
Wednesday, 8apt. 28.
Ban Krnticlsco Lurllno, M, N B. 3,
Monday Oct. 3,
Ran I'ranclscit Mnnchuiln.
Tuesday, Oct, 4.
finn Krancsleo Per S, S. Wllhel
in In a.
Tustday, Oct. 11,
San rrnnrlscii Clilyu Minn.
Tuesday, Oct. 18.
San Frnncleco P. ,. H. S. Aula.
VE8SELS TO DEPART1 f
Tuesday, Sept. 27.
Slmr. Sllknhala, for Kauai poita, B
Slmr. Sllknhala, for Slolokal and
Maul poits, "i p. in.
Tuesday, Oct. 4.
Tor San Krnnclsco Lurline. j
Saturday Oct. 8.
For San Frnnclsco H. fl. Mongolia.
Tuesday, Oct. 11.
For Vancouver 8, S. Slakura.
. ...'Wednesday Oct'. 12.
KV San Krahclsco Ve)helrntna.
Saturday, Octi 1S. '
Fnr Sail Krantlscn TenYi XIaru.
Saturday, Oct, 22.
Knr San Francisco Korea.
For San Frnnclsco Hilonian.
l'or H, s. Jlaufta Koa for, .Maul and
Hawaii ports, Sept. 27.'-Mrs. W. Y.
IIew( 11. Fockc. ii Vft Wnlilrori. w'll.
Ilatnl. J; ll. Moorclioad mid nrlfe, I). H.
Cnso. J. I). StcVelgh, J. T. Taylor, O.
n. McLennan, A. Slartlnsen, Sllsa Slnr
llnsen, Sllss (Irecnllcld, .Miss II. Soper,
II. L. Kerr. II. I). Whitfield, C. CI. Hod
enfold, II. A. Lee, P. Woods, J. S.
Woods. Sirs. I), II. Case, Sister Anto
nla, Sllss flurnoy, Mrs. Victor Hurd,
W. Ilol nnd wife. James Kennedy, J.
Wnlwalolo, Sirs. It. K. Clark. Sirs. C.
I Zehlnlg. Mnjor C. Wlllla, W. J.
Clark, .1. SIcCro3Son, Captain Kclllnol,
Lt. Kannehido, Sergt. Kaa, Sirs. Koao.
Sirs. Leo Wan, C. F. Lehnors and wlfo,
W. SI. Ilurnett, Dr. V. U. Collins. J.
McLaren. Heorgo OslKirno. A. J. Derby,
H. Knal and wife. John IXlor, C. O.
(Iraham, U SI. Wliltehouso and wlfo.
Sirs. Swift. .Miss Swift. D. K. llaysel
den and wife. Sirs. Kimball. C. II. Hall,
It. W. Atkinson and wife, fleo". P. Don.
nlson, .1. Kaston. Col. It. L. Hullanl,
C. S. I-owls nnd wire, J. W. Searlo,
Lt. Kalunklnl.frs. A. liUCariur ami
two children, "3. Ifc Young. McDulTlo,
Sirs. Victor nnd 2 children, A. W.
Kceqh, A. .1. Ilolnng, C. C. Smith, Dr.
A. ll. Rowntt.
Hul let In l.Mllorlal ltoom Vhone
218S. Hul let In llusluris (lillco
PK01OSAL3 VOll COXSTUUCTION'
OK ROAI). Otllco CmistructliiK
(luartermnster, Honolulu, T. II., Sep
teniber 21, 1910. Scaled Proposals
In triplicate will be received n,i
oinco until 10 n. m.. Oclobor U,
lam, aim then opened, for tho con
struct Ion of macadam road nt Kort
Shatter, 11. T. Illddera will be re
aulred to deposit ton dollars for eacli
set of plana nnd specifications until
the same nro returned, niivnin,,.
containing .proposals should bo cu-
iiorseu "Proposals for Construction
of Iload." Kor further lufoctnntloii
apply to tho undersigneds-si. N.
l-Al.l, Construrtliig Qiipttcrmnstor.
Honolulu, 11. H.
1733-Sept. 2J, 20, 27, 28 Oct. 22,
City and Suburban "
TRUSTS, BEAL ESTATE AND
Corner Merchant and Alakea Streets
I offer for Immediate Balo, n largo
T. and (1. ItQIJSK nt Kapaliulii.(Kal
mukl, Corner lot, 10,000 sq, ft. Two
bedrooms; modern plumbing; good
soil; stone fenco. Perfnet nil. !..
Inal cost, 12900; now $1300.
P. E. B. STBAUCH
74 S. King Street Wnlty Jluildins;
Systematiwr. Notary Public, Agent
'"l" iuuiiiuKu licenses, Jiawnl-
inn lnl,-nv.4. AM.t n. ,..
Bim .',.,' ,ul" i'ansiator
OFFICE Judlcrary Bide. H0UBS
ft m I- A
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