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RVRNINO RULLRTIN, HONOLULU, T. tl MONDAY, OCT. 3, 1010.
'Oceanic Steamship Company
RfcI I. y. I - Arrive Hon.
October 1 October 7
October 22 October 28
Jtovember 12 November 18
I8S fillt clail. llnele. B. F.! SI 10
r n unvvjun
'Pacific Mail Steamship Co.,
I flte'ikmers ot the above Companies xilll Call nt HONOLULU and Leave
I this Port on or about tbt Dales mentioned below:
itManchuria October 3
ffChiyo Maru October 1 1
Asia uctoucr ia
For further Information app1
H. Hackfeld &
kMatson Navigation Company
BETWEEN SAN FRANCISCO AND HONOLULU
From San Francisco
,' B. O. WlllU-'LIUUtH VllWUH '
S. S. Hilonlan October la
C O YI7i'1lilmt'tia TJntmfinr 1
t S. 5. HYADES of this line sails
en or about OCTOBER 4, iuiu,
For further particulars, apply to
CASTLE & COOKE. LTD..
I'Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA: .
fMARAMA OCTOHEIt 14
THEO H. DAYIES.& CO.,
r From New York to Honolulu,
Freight received at all times
FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA
S. S. VIRGINIAN, to sail
S. S. MEXICAN, to sail ,
S. S. MISSOURIAN, to sail..,
For further intormatlon apply
in our work and in our service,
what wo always strive to
WOOD PACKING HOUSEHOLD GOODS BAGGAGE
COAL SHIPPING STORAGE TRANSFER
PACKING HOUSEHOLD GOODS
MTACE .- PECK CO., LTD
w aUEEH STRUT PHONE 2205
i Estimates riven on all kinds of Braying, Teaming, Road BuiiaVtj,
9 fceitatine. Fillinr.
FIREWOOD AND COAL, WAIANAE
The B. F. Dillingham Co.
Stniral Agent for Hawaii:
IVtlaa Assurance Company of London.
New York Underwriters' Agency.
Providence Washington Insurance Co.
Ith FLOOR, 8TANC1ENWALO DI.DQ.
la not a Luxury; It la a Ncceealty,
But you Mut have the DC ST
i and that la provldea jy the (.lmoiii
and moat equitable Lawt of Matta
'husette, In the
New England Mutual
me insurance to.
i, OF B08TON. MA33ACriUQETT8.
lei " you would be fully Informed about
these la'ivi, address
CASTLE & COOKE,
HONOIULU, T. H.
leave Hon. Arrive 8. F.'
October 12 October 18
November 2 November 8
November 23 November 20
first Mass, round trtn San Vrari.
a rn TTn no.... a-u
w vjv. iji istt iLiivtni iii um
Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Moncolin October 8
Tcnyo Mnru. .'. October 15
Co., Ltd., agents
For San Francisco
S. S. Lurlinc October 4
S, S. Williclminn October 12
S. S. Hilonian - October 22
8. S. Wilhclm'na November 0
from Seattle for Honolulu, direct,
General Agents. Honolulu
MAKUIIA OCTOUER 11
ZEALANULV OCTOIIKIl 8
LTD.. GENERAL i.GENTS.
via Tehuarrtepec. every sixth day.
at the Company's wharf, 41st Street,
TO HONOLULU DIRECT:
, OCTOBER 10
to ,H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
MORSE. General Freight Aeent.
attain and maintain.
SAND FOR SALE
Oahu Railway Time Table
For Wnlanne, Wnlalua, Knhuku anil
Wny Htntloua 9:15 n. m., '3:20 p. tn
For PoarL City, Kwn Mill anil Way
Stations 17:30 n. m., 9:15 a. m.
11:30 n, m., 2MB p. m.. 3:20 p. in.,
G:1C p. m., (9:30 p. in., 1 1 1 : 1 5 p. m.
Fur Walilawa ant! Iellouua 10:20
n. in., 5:15 o. in., t:30 p. m., Ul:l&
Arrive Honolulu from. Kahuku, Wal
nulua and Wnlanao 8:30 a. m.,
5:31 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Ea Mill and
Tearl City 17:45 a. ni., '8:38 a. m..
11:02 a. m., '1:40 p. ni., '4:20 p. ni.
C;31 p. m.. 7:30 p. m.
Arrlvo Honolulu from Wahlawa and
Lollehim 9:1C a, m., fli40 p. ra., 5:31
p. in., J1P:.0 p. in.
Tlio Hh'clwn Llmltcil, n twn-hcnr
train (only first clnxs tickets honored).
loaves Honolulu ovory Sunday nt 8:36
a. ni.; rrturnini;. nrrlvi.3 m Honolulu
nt 10:10 p. m. Tlio LlmltH Hlojiu only
nt I'oarl City ntul Wulanao outward
and Wnlunae, Wnlpahu anil Pearl City
Pally. tSunnuy Excepted. jSunday
O. P. HENIBON, F. C. SMITH.
Superintendent. O. V. A
It it 1 1 e 1 1 ti pliiini' iiiiinlier.s tire:
ltuilii(-c( Ofllce i.'iC.
l.'dltorlnl llooius 2185.
Established in 1858
Bishop & Co.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit Issued on
the Pnnk of California and
The London Joint Stock Bank
Correspondents for the
American Express Company
and Thos. Cook & Son.
Interest allowed on Term
and Savings Bank Deposits.
BANK OF HONOLULU
PAID CAPITAL. $000,000
CLAUS SPRECKELS &
Invites your Account and
offers satisfactory service.
Loans at market rates.
Exchange and Cable trans
fers. Travelers' Credits nnd
Checks available everywhere.
The Yokohama Specie
Capital (Paid Up). Yen 24.000,000
Reserve Fund ....Yen 16,250,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
Tho bank buj-8 end receives for
collcHIUi bills of exchauge,
Issues Drafts and Letters of
Credit, nnd trnucacts a general
The Hank receives Local De
posits and Head Office Deposits
for fixed periods.
Local deposits S25 nnd upwsrds
for one year nt rato of 4 -per an
num. Head OHlce Deposits, Yen 25
and upwards for one-half year, one
year, two years, or three years at
rate of 4H per annum.
Particulars to bo obtained on
Honolulu Offlre 67 S. King BL
P. O. Dox 1C8.
Yu Akal Manager
Oahu Machine Shop
Manager H. L. ROSS
301 QUEEN AND RICHARDS 8TS.
ENGINEERS AND GENERAL
Automobiles, Motor Cycles. Qas Sta
tionary and Marine Engines, nice
mill iuacmnery, ,,io.
Engineering- and Contracting
Housc-Wirinp; Repairing Supplies
1187 ALAKEA ST. Near Beretania
A full assortment, sizes 2i"x90"
to 48"sl20", and Raugts No. 16 to
No. 20 just to hand.
We do sheet metal work of. all
kinds, and guarantee satisfaction,
your patronage is solicited. -PROMPT
ATTENTION TO JOBBING
EMMELUTH & CO.. LTD.
Phone 15J1 145 King Street
OS ALL XIKDJ.
PKAI3S8 m LUMBER.
ALLX.V i RG3IHB0N.
Jnr tT Knnnliln
Best Coal & Wood
PROMPT nBLIVRHY OF ANY QUANTITY
Honolulu Construction & Drayim Co., Ltd.,
Queen St., opposite Kaahumnnu Phone 2281
Alexander & Baldwin,
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
H. P. Daldwln President
W. O. Smith. .First VlcoProsldent
W. M. Alexander . ...
I J. P. Cooke i
I Third Vlco-Prer.. nTiiI Manager
I J. Waterhouse ........ Trcaaurer
B. E. I'axtun Secretary
J B. Csatle f. Director
J. It. Oalt Director
I W. R. Cactle Director
! Sugar Factors.
and Insurance Agents
Hawaiian Commercial ft. Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company
Maul Agricultural' Company.
HavntlHU Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Kanulul Itnltruad Compauy.
Ilalcnkala Hamti Company,
1 Mcliryilo Sugar Co.
Kauai Hallway Co.
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
Honolulu, T, H.
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS. 8UGAR FACTORS
OENERAL INSURANCE AGtfNTa
Kwn Plantation Co.
W.ilalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Knlialn Sugar Co.
Walinei Siignr Mill Co. v
AjMikaa Sugar Co., Ltd.
Fulton Iron Works of St. Louie,
rtnhrork & Wilson Pumps,
flrecn'a Fuel ICconomlzera.
Matron Navigation Co.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd,
SUGAR FACTOR8 AND COM
.Officer and Directors:
R. F. nishop rrtsldnat
Geo. II. Itohcrtknn
....Vlcc-PrcBldoiit and Munager
W. W. North Treasurer
Ulchard lvcrn Secretary
J. 11. Oalt Auditor
Geo. II. Carter Director
C. II. Cooke Director
It A. Cooke Director
A Gartlcy ,. Director
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
FIRE AND MARINE
Royal Insurance CJc. oi Uveriiool.
London Assurance Corporation.
Commercial Union Assurance Co.
Scottish Union & National Ins
Co. of Edinburgh.
Caledonian Insurance Co. of Edin
burgh. Upper Rhine Insurance Co.
Territorial Board of
Office 403 Stangewald Hi
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Chemical Engines and
For Sale by
Fort Street, .
Consulting, Designing and Con
strucling'Enginccrs. Bridges, Buildings, Concrete Strnc
tures, Steel Structures. Sanitary Sys
tems. Reports and Estimates on Pro
jects, Phone 1045.
Inter-Island und O, R. & U Shipping
books fop na!o nt tho Hullo tin
olllce, COe each.
Chief Rico, of Manchuria Goes
to the Orient For a
Foinior Chief Omcerv Kmory Illco of
tlio Mnnclmrl.i la making tho trio on
the big liner thU tlmo aa n cabin nas-'nt
pciigei' anil Is hooked for Hongkoui'
to tnko up Ufa In tho Kant aft r hoV'
'-al icnra with tho P.iclflo Mull Com
Chief O. 8. Lapralk for.ncrly chief
oinccr of the Slbcrln cdiiics out In
tho Manchuria ns chief on this trip
nni will continue In that position In
Jllcc Is one of the moct able" of the
yomiKcr officers of the company nnd
ho Is roIiis to the Orient to tnko n
master's place on one of the China
.Manila Company's steamers, '
As stated In the II tt 1 1 o 1 1 u some
tlinc'iiK" tho linqrs Kttbl and Zaflni
of tho China-Manila Company at
Hongkong hnvo bebn transfcrrcil to
Aindrlran from British roslstry in or
der that tlicy innll call at more than
ono port tn the Philippines hnd cap
ture sumo of the ooastwlco trado of
In order to chamto tho rcslstry
AniPilcan skippers must he carried
ninl so tho llrltlrh ofTlcors who haa
been on tlio ships slnco they went
Into romniUsion mo to l'o In favor of
Mr. Itlco was offered the iosltlon of
Fklppcr when last In HonKkong and
lifter aiilvnl back nt San Francisco
tho offer was continued and ho left
tho Konlce of Pacific Mall nt once
Tho two steamers of tho Chlna-Mii'
nlla Company are tho Itnbl nnd Zntlro,
hitter slilpi, KiiKllhh built, of 2,300 net
tons each and thoy will ply to Cchu
mil Holla In addition to railing nt
Manll.i fiom Hongkong as nt present.
This giving up of his position by
Chief Itlco In the Pacific Mall Com
pany shows that tlp men of tho com
pany nucr know what Is to happen
to Ihepi and tho younger men In tho
Konlce prefer to strike out for them
selves In lines wheru better treat
ment Is assured.
An Instance of this treatment of Hi
officers by tho company Is that of
Captain Saunders who, took tho Man
cjiurm 10 uio urieni on uie last trip
of that vessel.
Ukiii arrival In San Francisco of
course Captain Dixon' went bick'tn
command lifter his vacation mid Cap
tain Saunders was then transfcrrcil
to tho Pennsylvania on tho Panama
run, u ship carrying cargo ml having
no passenger accommodations.
Captain Saunders Is one- of the old
cr men In tho service but lias not had
n regular ship In tho truns-Paclflc
trado since the tioublo ho had with
his ship surgeon In Japan about tuu
SHAW In Walmea Hospital, Knuiil.
September SO, Miss Kvn Shnw of
Puclllo drove, California.
FLEMING In this city. October 2.
1910, to Mr. and Mrs. J. I FIcniln;
IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF TIIK
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
Un S.ilto v. Tnlmon Sn'.iu, Libel for
Divorce, at Chambers. Xotlco. It
appearing to the Court that tho 11-
bcllee Talmon Salto does not re
side in the Territory of Hawaii, hav
ing gone to paits unknown, and that
the llhcllnut, said Un Safto, does not
know tho address or resldonce of tho
Ubollce mid has not been able to us
certain the same either after reason
able search or duo Inquiry, for bIx
months after the filing of tho libel;
It was ordered by tho Court that no
tice bo given to llbclleo by publica
tion of this notice once a woelc for
fix successive, weeks, showing the
tlnw and placo of hearing of Bald
libel, to wit! Tho 7th day of No
vember, 1910, nt nine (9) o'clock a,
in. of uulil day, or ns soon thereaft
er as counsel can bo heard, In tho
courtrooom of said Court, lu tho Ju
dlclnry Huldlng, City and County
of Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii
Dated at said Honolulu, August 28,
1010. Ily the Court: HBNHY
SMITH, Clerk, Judiciary Depart
ment. 4710 Aug. 30: Sopt. Ii, 12, 19, 20:
SUALKD PROPOSALS, endorsed
" Trilllaft to Cm. fmr rinnl, Tl.. m .1 . n
r.i Z.I .in i i . i """rant, who drove tho car, kept up
l.mtllltnniltH " will 1... taph vml nt tlin. , .
Imreaii of Yards and Docks, Navy
Department, Washington, until 11
o'clock u, m,, October 22, 1910. nnd
then nnd there publicly opened, for
dry dock pumping equipments at
Navy Ynrds, New Yoik and Pugct
Sound, nnd Naval Station, Poarl
Harbor. I'lrins and sporlfl'atlniis
ran ho obtained on application tn
the Unreal! upon n deposit of 2Ii tor
their return. WM,' M. SMITH, Act
ing Chlnf of lluroau, September 13,
4733 Sept.' 27, Oct. 3,
SEW LOCAL SONGS.
A song with a decided Hawaiian
turn has recently been written by
Jack D. Clcary of May tt Coa, and
set to music by Frnnk Andcrscrti, late
musical director of tlio Orphcum Or
chestra. The new song Is called "My
Hapa-Haole Queen," nnd will bo sung
and Internretcd for the first tlmo In
I public this week by Wise and Milton
ti,n Nnvpltv Theater. This Is an
excellent opportunity to hear this
song before It Is published. Tho pro
gram nt the Novelty Is excellent, tho
nudlence lilting the place night after
night. Wise nnd Milton nnd some ex
cellent motion pictures constitute j
show that Is good enough for nny one.
TIIK PAIIK TllhATLIt
Tho feature film nt this place of
amusement this week will bo "Doro
thy and tlio Scarecrow," u clctcr pre
sentation of scenery with good actors
nnd actresses In the center ot tho
stage, Tbero will bo a good skit by
Laurel Atkins. Illalr and Miss At
kins will sing ono of her best Irish
'songs. Sho has made ns great ii hit
nt tho Park ns sho did nt-tho Or
phcum. Connie Mnrcno will hnvo one
of his good songs. Tho audiences nt'
the Park during the prist week have
been so largo that the S. 11. O. sign
has been out every night. '
Fred Pollaiir, tenor of tho 'Pollnril
Company, Is tn hold sway nt this the
ater this week. Mr. Pollard wns an
Immense fnvorlto with' Honolulu audi
ences when ho appeared nt tho Opcrn
llouso u llttlo over u year ago and ho
has lost nono of his plcnsant volco
slnco then. Tho Allliiguo Sisters are
back for n week, better than cor, and
will no doubt provo ns great gnvor
Ites. The recent Improvements in the
ventilation of tho house Is enjoyed by
DOTS AND DASHES.
" "Young Clans" Is willing to meet
Sarconl ut any reasonable wolght,
and tho youngster thinks that ho
can get tho bugler's gout. "Young
dans'' has done good work In the
'lo'sil ring, and he nnd Sarconl
should put up n good fight. Sar
conl is heavier, but tho little fellow
swears that ho will glvo the bugler
tho go of his life If evor they meet
In tho 'squared circle.
Tho different branches of tho scr
vlco are tklklng of getting upi foot
ball tennin, nnd It may come about
that tho c.ivulry. Infantry, artillery,
engineers and marines will get Into
the game. Tho N. G. II. also could
get u team together, and then there
would bo some fine games played for
The George Freeth combination of
water polo experts traveled out to
Fort Shatter last Saturday, nnd
there, and then defeated the soldiers
in n game played In the swimming
tank, Tho scoro was T goals to nil,
and tho Shatters did not have a look
In with the town swlmmeis.
If tlio. proposed newspaper men's
tennis tournament conies off, tt may
bo depended on that tho Hull e
1 1 n pair will bo fonnd battling It
out In the finals. The Star has a
couplo of good men, nnd tho morn
ing papor will occupy its usual placo
right ut tho end.
In n mile skating raco that was
run off last night at the rink, Joe
Freltus defeated Frank Marcus easl
ly, and the time was 3 mln. 27 sec.
Frcltas then challenged Manuel
Frcltas to a race, and It will prob
ably come oft noxt Saturday.
Tho tug.of-war nt tho rink last
night were rather good, and tho
pulls between tho, marines and a
mixed team lasted longer than
usual. Tho mixed team won two out
of thrco pulls, und did It In style,
Tho Mnlles are said to be think
ing of coming to llfo again, and If
they did It would bo all tho better
for sport, ns tho oldtlmo outfit was a
really good ono, and one that did
Bomo rcmarknblo work lu tho past.
Theio now Is talk of tho C. A. C.
hasoball team traveling tho States.
The Saints are talking tho samo way.
Probably the noxt bunch will bo the
Wnlpahu or Ewa nine and bo tho
merry gamo of leg-pulling goes on.
Tho victory of tho Alco car In
tho Vanderbllt Cup race was thote"
oud that that make has achieved.
a paco of over sixty-live miles an
hour for tho 278-111116 course.
At Anln Park yesterday the Chi
nese Athletic Union baseball nine
defeated the Japanese High School
by a sci.ro of r to 4.
l.nst Friday night tho Japanese He
nevolent Association hold u inoetlng
nnd eloctcd tho following olllcorsj
Preshlont, Ituv. Mntnkawa; vice pres
ident. Y. Ifihll; spcretary, Dr. Kntsu
nunia und Y. Mlknml; treasurer, G.
Nuluinnira; uudltor, M. Komcyu.
MOVEMENTS OF .
VESSELS TO ARRIVE
Tuesday. Oct. 4.
Son Fraiicslco Per S. S. WIllicl
mlna. From Knhiilul-M. N. S. S. Lurlinc,
Thursday, Oct. 6.
H. 8. A. T. Sheridan, from Manila
Friday, Oct. 7.
San Francisco O, S. 8. Sierra.
Saturday, Oct. 8.
Yokohama 8, 8, Mongolia.
.Tuesday, Oct. 11,
San Frnncbico Chlyo Mnru.
Colonics C. A. 8. 8. Mukura. I
Friday, Oct. 14. ,
Victoria C. A: 'S. 8.,Marnmn.
Saturda, Oct. 15.
Ban Francisco M. N. S. 8. lltlo
Yokohama 8. 8. Tcnyo Maru.
Tuesday, Oct. 18.
San Francisco P. M. 8. 8. Asia. ,
VESSELS TO DEPART
Tuesday, Oct. 3.
Yokohama P,(Mi S. S.'Mnnchurla.
Tuesday1, OcL 4.
For San FfancIscolfurllno.;
SatuVday Oct, 8. w
For Snn FrhnclBco 8. 8. Mongolia.
Tuesday, Oct. H 1.
Fur Vancouver 8, H. Makurn.
For Australia Zoalandla.
Wednesday Oct. 12.
For San Francisco Wolhclmlna,
Saturday?- OcU 15. i-
For 8nn Francisco Tenyo,Maru.
8atiirday, Oct. 22. ' i
For San FranciscoKOreti. '
For San Krnnelsco llioulan, ,
Tour On Chlyo.
SPECIAL ORIENTAL lour conduct
ed by the Clook Tourist Agency leaoi
San FrnnclscO on October 7 by tlio
Chlyo Muni and tuoso taking tho trip
will bo personally conducted through
tho countries of tho , Bast urrlvlii'g;
back lu San Francisco oit tho Mongrv
lla October 23 and will sail from Na
gasaki for Manila on November 10 nr
tcrward going to Hongkong nnd Shan
ghai end back to Japan,
REPAIRS ON TUB OcuiUilc wlinrt
nt tho foot of Fort street wll,bq mora
extensile than nt first thought ticeos
B.iry. A larga portion of the flooring;
over tho water gave way from having
too much freight pHc'l upon It unit
new nnd nioro piles and suppirls will
bo put underneath before the flooring
Is again laid.
Off to Coatt.
THU Ilrltlsh freighter DumfrelRshlrR
Captain Furuoaiit". cluured .Saturday
nlornlng for Seat'tlo tailing no cargo
from Honolulu, Tho frclghtor nrrlvcd
In port on September 13 from Ham
burg with n cargo of nltro contigned
to Hackfeld and Company.
Shipping Enroute. '
REPORTS FROM Grny'a Harbor nro
to tho effect thht tho schooner Lud
low snlled for Honolulu on September
24, and on tho 28th tho Bchooner Hol
one nrrlved at Hint port from Hono
lulu, hnvlng sailed from this port on
At Redondo, ''
IT TOOK tho Bchooner J. M. Wcnth
crwnx twenty-six days to muko tfio
trip from Hllo to Redondo. Tho ves
sel arrived nt Redondo on September
29, having sailed from Hllo on tho
third day of tho month.
Sugar at Hllo,
BUOAn AT HlLO awaiting slilp-
nicnt which was rejiorted by tho Ma
nna Kea, upon arrival Saturday morn
ing consisted of the' following: Will
nnku MOO, Hnnoknn 2000, PuualiiU
1400, und Honuapu 220,
Arrives, In Japan. ,
CAULK ADVICES from Yokohamn
me to the effect that tho Pacific Mall
liner Siberia arrived at lhat port Fri
day morning. The S.lborln sailed
from Honolulu for tho Orient on Sep
tember 19. 7
Ccoke Coming. ,
THE SCHOONER Allco Cooke Is jn
route to Honolulu. Her sailing from
Port Gnmblo ,1s reported under date
or Septembor 29.
Marston In, f
SCHOONER W, IK Marston has ai
rbed nt Hllo'. Tho 'vessel camo Into
tho big Island port on September 28
Inter-Island nnd O, IL & L. Shipping
bnas for salo at tho U u 1 1 o 1 1 n
jfDco, 60c each.
Weekly II n 1 1 o 1 1 n l per J liir.
During my nhbcnco on Hnwnll,
Dr. Case will havo charge, of my
practise, Tel, 2429,
Chns. F. Murray has full author.
Ity to net for mo In nil mnttors ot
I will not be responsible for debts
contracted in my iinmo without my
4737-2W A. U. ROWAT.
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