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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T H., TUESDAY, OCT, 4, 1910.
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Oceanic Steamship Company
twe I. P. ,'W" Arrive Hon. leave Hon. Arrive S. F.
October 1 October 7 October 12 October 18
October 22 October 28 November 2 November 8
November 12........ November 18 November 23 November 29
65 fin: clasi, tingle, S. P.; $110 first clasi, round trip, San Fran
tlico. w 0. BREWER & CO., LTD., General Agents.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.,
and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Uteameni ut the above Companies will Dal I at HONOLULU and Leave
this l'ort on or about th Dutes mentioned holuw:
leave Honolulu For Orient. leave Honolulu For R. F.
Chiyo Maru October 11 Mor.ROlin October 8
Aia October 18 Tcnyo Maru October 15
Mongolia October 31 Koica October 22
For further Information applj to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., agents
Matson Navigation Company
BETWEEN SAN FRANCISCO AND HONOLULU
From Ban Franctoco
S. S. Hilonian October 15
S. S. Wilhelmina November 1
S. S. Lurline November 10
S. S. HYADES of this line sails
on or about OCTOBER 4, 1010.
For further particulars, apply to
CASTLE & COOKE. LTD..
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
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FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA:
MARAMA OCTOIIRR 14
THE0 H. DAVIES & CO.,
4MEBICAN-HAWAHAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
! From New York to Honolulu, via Tehnantepec, every sixth day.
Freight received at all times at the Company's wharf, 41st btreet,
FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA TO HONOLULU DIRECT:
S. S.VIRGINIAN, to sail TOBER 4
S. S. MEXICAN, to sail .. 99!S5io
S. S. MISSOURIAN, to sail ..0CT0BER28
For further Information apply to ,H. HACKFELD & . CO., LTD.
gents, Honolulu. .,... .
C. P. MORSE. General Freight Atrent.
in our work and in. pur service.
what we always strive Jo attain and maintain.
UNION-PAcic TRANSFER CO.,
K .WOOD PACKING HOUSEHOLD GOODS BAGGAGE
COAL SHIPPING STORAGE TRANSFER
HUSTACE - PECK CO., LTD
U UUTIrT ITSEXX PHONE 2295
Estimate! given on all kinds of Drayinr, Teaming, Somd Bulling,'
FIREWOOD AND COAL, WAIANAE SAND FOR SALE
The B. F. Dillingham Co.
rural Agent for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company of London.
Naw York Underwriters' Agency.
Provldanca Washington Insurance Co,
Ith FLOOR, 8TANGENWAL0 DLOQ,
I It not a Luxury! It Is a Necessity.
But you Must have the DEOT
nd tint Is provided jy tho famous
and most -equitable Laws of Massa
huMtti, In the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.
OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
If you would be fully Informed about
these laws, address
, CASTLE & COOKE,
' I HONOLULU, T H.
For San Francisco
S S. Wilhelmina October 12
S. S. Hilonian October 22
S. S. Wilhelmina. November 9
S. S. Lurline . . November 22
from Seattle for Honolulu, direct,
General Acents, Honolulu
MAKURA OCTOIIHR 11
ZEALANDIA OCTOIIEIl 8
LTD.. - GENERAL AGENTS.
Oahu Railway Time Table
For Walanao. Wnlalua, Kahuku and
Way Stations 'silS a. tn., '3:20 p. in.
Tor Pearl City, Kwa Mill anil way
Stations 1":30 a. m., 3:1G a. m..
11:30 n. in., 2:ir, p. .. 3:20 p, m.,
&:1C p. m., tJ:30 p. m., U1:15 p. ni.
For Wiililawa and Lelleiiuii 10:20
a. in., r,;15 u. in., l'J;30 p. m, t":15
Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku, Wat
aulua and Walanao 8:3G a. m.,
5:31 p. ni.
Arrlvo Honolulu from Ia Mill and
Pearl City t7:4S a. m., '8:36 a. ra..
11:02 n m M:40 p. m., 4:2G p. m
5:31 p. m., 7:30 p. m.
Arrlvo Honolulu from Wahlawa and
I.ellehua 9:15 a. m., flMO p. m., '5:31
p. m , JlOtiO p. m.
The Ilulelwn Limited, a two-hcur
train (only first class tickets honored),
leaves Honolulu every Sunday at 8:36
a. m.; returning, nrrlvta In Honolulu
at 10:10 p. m. The Limited stops only
at Peurl City and Wulanee outward,
and Walanao, Walpahu and Pearl City
Dally. tBunaar Ereeptod. tSundby
0. P. PPNISON, F. O. SMITH.
SuperlntendenL 0. P. A.
II ii 1 1 o 1 1 it illume iiiiinlieri are:
iiiikIiuhs (inuc '."j.'.n.
Editorial lloouia 218S.
Established in 1858
Bishop & Co.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued on
the Bank 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
Successors to I
CLAUS SPKECKELS & CO, I
l. tit l..:t t i Wr
Invites your Account nntt
offers satisfactory service.
Loans nt market rates.
Exchange and Cable trans
Travelers' Credits and
Checks available everywhere.
The Yokohama Specie
Capital (Paid Up). Yon 24,000.000
Reserve Fund ....Yen 1C.2G0.000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
The bank bujs and resolves for
collection bills of cxcluinEO,
Issues Drafts and Letters of
Crnllt, and transacts a general
The Hank receives Local De
posits and Head OQlce Deposits
for fixed periods.
Local deposits (25 nnd upwards
for ono year nt rate of 4 per an
num. Head Office Deposits. Yen 25
and upwards for ono-hnlf year, one
year, two )cars, or three years at
ratu of Vi per annum.
Partlculara to no obtained on
Honolulu Offlre 67 S. King SL
P. 0. Dox 168.
Yu Akal Manager
Oahu Machine Shop
H. L. ROSS
301 QUEEN AND RICHARDS STS.
ENGINEERS AND GENERAL .
Automobiles, Motor Cycles, das Sta-
tionary And Marine Encines, Rice
Mill Machinery, Etc.
Encineerintr and Contractine
House.WiriiiK Repairing Supplies
1187 ALAKEA ST. Near Beretania
A full assortment, sites 24"x80"
to 48"xl20", and Ranges No, 16 to
No. 26 just to hand.
We do sheet metal work of all
kinds, and (raarantee latiil action
5four patronage is'iolloited.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO JOBBING
EMMELUTH 4. CO.. LTD.
Phone 1511 145 King Street
or ALL xntDii.
JttAIJEI IK LUMBI1
ln Rtrrat TTnnnlnl
Best Coal & Wood
PItOMPT DnLIVnilY OP ANY QUANTITY
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co., Ltd.,
Queen St., opposite Kanhumanu Phone 2281
Alexander & Baldwin,
OFFICERS AND DIRECTOR8.
H. P. Ilahlwln President
W. O. S"intth.. First Vice-President
W. M, Alexander
J. P. Cooko
Third Vlco-Prci. mill Manager
J. Waterhnuso Treasurer
H. K. Paxlon Krcretaiy
J. B. Castle Director
J. R oait Dlroctor
W. R. Castle Director
( mj i .
aim iittuidiiu: igcup
Hawaiian Commercial Sugar Co.
Ilulku Sugar Company.
Maul Agrlculturil Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Oo-npuuy.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Kahnlul Railroad Company,
iluleaknla llunili Company
Mcltrydo Sugar Co.
Kauai Hallway Co.
Castle & Cooke. Lid
Honolulu, T. H.
SHIPPING. AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS, SUGAR FACTORS
GENERAL INSURANCE AQENT3
Rwn Plantation Co.
Waliilnn Agricultural Co Ltd.
Kohnln RiiRiir Co
Walme'a RiiKur Mill Co.
Aimkna Sugar Co, Ltd.
Fulton Iron Works of Rt. Louis.
Bihrock ft Wilson PumpR.
Oreon'H TupI Hconomliera.
MatRnn Nnvlgatlnn Co.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
8UQAR FACTORS AND COM
Officer's and Directors:
K. F. nishop President
lieo. II. ItoburtKon
....Vlco-Ptesldent and Manager
W. W, North Treasurer
Itlchard, Jvurs Secretary
J. K. adit Auditor
Ooo. H. Carter Director
C. II. Cooko ...- Director
R A. Cooko Director
A. Hartley i... Director
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
FIRE AND MARINE
Royal Insurance Cc, ot Liverpool
London Assuranro Corporation.
Commorclal Union Assurance Co
Scottish Union ft National Ins
Co. of Edinburgh.
Caledonian Insurance Co. ot ndln
Upper Rhine Insurance Co. (Ma
rine) Territorial Board of
Office 403 Stamrewald Uig,
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Chemical Engines and
For Sale by
7. A. OILMAN
' Fort Street
Consulting, Designing and Con
Bridfev Buildlncs, Concrete Struc
tuies, Steel Structure, Sanitary Sys
terns, Reports and Estimates on PrO'
fecta. Phone 1045.
Inter-Island and 0. It ft U Shipping
nooKs tor saio at uio lliillotln
ntare, r.oc each.
Honolulu Capitalist Says City
Should Get Exposition
H. SI, Damon of lloiioliiljt wan re
contly Interviewed In San l'ranclscu
on the (loldcn (late eltj'n iirospeclH
fur the IV 1." cioltloii, and h ie-
poitetl ax follows;
S. SI. Damon, a prominent hank
or nnd Inrijc piopmiy owner of Ho
uolit ii, who In on his way to I.on
don on business, licllevca that as a
matter of courso the Pniiann-Pnrinc
Imposition will ho nwaideil to Han
1'rani.lfico when the matter comes up
In CoiiKiesR tills December. llasns
that there could ho no other decision
Ii! the relative merits of the two
ltle ec piopcrly dlscttrsed. Ah
n man of largo affairs dcnlltif; with
other his caillicr men, ho looks at
the c.ito largely from llio Mnndpolnt
.f porniunllty, and asserts that thcro
la nothing that ran not ho accom
plished hy the men who aro behind
film exposition project.
"You ine able men here," said
Damon nt tho Palace jestcrday IiIk
men who take hold of things nnd
nccqnipllHh wlintcer they mako up
tiipfr minds to do. I know of no
f.illureSfOut hpre in the AVest. ilvory
tliliiR Is pointing upwards. These
fitrotic men will carry through the
piojcct, I am sure. v
New Orleans Not Considered.
"I don't see how New1 Orleans ran
hopn for tho exposition when San
Pranclsco Is her competitor. There
ran bo nd comparison between tho
Htle, .oven considered as rltles nnd
not becaiiFO of their geographical lo
cations. You have the hotels, tho
wonderful site for an exposition fac
ing the Pacific, tho ell inn to and tho
people who have proven that they
can do things.
"As to geographical lofntion, tho
cpll of thp West will bring more
people lo San I'ranclseo than could
overpyi ilriwn to CewiOrlens.,' Tho
tide of travel li this vvay; very few
po South. I think jthe statistics
will bear mo out in this. People
will enmc jjtAff?fo,' fcxpocltlon or no
exposition Ooraniccie, Is. hero nnd
thW canal-wllhring-Mt more than
ovpr: ( Naturally, we are Interested
In (San J'rancln o ,nnd ilhn canal, Kir
our trade, la' here and wltli'tlie Gov
ern ports that will bo connected
with us after thq canal la opened.
"You have ever) thing bore tbo
climate, tho site, tho people. Hut,
jnostj ofnltIr jn pjoi U the raso
la BheirfalrrtPcussToh In Congres'i,
San rraiii!i3;"6",iVl'll"ho awarded tho
PaiiiunaflVjclflc KxpoBltlon for 19K,:
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record .Sept. 30, 1010.
From 10:30 a. m, to 4 p. m,
Simeon Aknnn nnd wf to Siosei
Naehu Jr D
fjeorge W'SlnnuIn to Meaal Kc-
I.llluokalaul Tuist hy tra to
1'ieil Harrison L
Lllliioknlanl Trust hy tra to
Fred Han Ison L
V 0 Irwin nnd wf to Susan S
Ilarrlbou .. , D
K Iwahara to Tomoko lwnhara..PA
Charles N SIiiro.ue.t and wf to
Kstlier P .lueu D
Irwin II lleadlo, tr, and vf to
Trent Trust Co Ltd
Entered for Record October 1, 1910.
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. ra.
I.lllunMilaiil "mm by tra to C
II Drown L
Joro P Amaial to Manuol do P
C Omoto nnd wf tn M Ilnma-
Joso Vnsconcclos nnd wf to
Manuol p Martins B
Slnrlano Knos to Theresa do J
IMielln and hsh Rel
Y Anln nnd wf to T Ah Kong. . D
T All Koue nnd wf to Y Anln. , St
Entered for Record October 1, 1910.
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Dowct Co Ltd to American Can
lloudholdcra of Dowsctt Co Ltd
by tis to Amerlfnn Can Co....
, Tar nol
Entered for Record October 3, 1910.
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Kalanl UUuknand wf toChailcs
A Rico M
Ah Hoy to Chlng Tnl Knu AL
Henry .1 Lyman to Olna Sugar
Cl Ltd CM
PERRY DAVIS' PAINKILLER
for all soils nt cuts, bruises, burnt and
at rains. Taken Intcrnnlly It cures ill
an boa and dysentery. Avoid mibsll.
lutes. 25c, 35a and COo.
Slni rl.iga teaches a man lots of
thlnga lie. wouldn't huvn believed from
Chas. R. Frazier
Phone 1371 122 King St.
Authorities Bay jou aro Incurable
It you havo had "kidney trouble"
(Inllamnintlon of the kldnejs) over
six months; deaths now nearly 90,
(5no n vear. Call for frco diet list
nnd' pamphlet that may prolong or
save jour life.
HONOLULU DRUO CO.. LTD.
in Tin: cmci'iT coiiiit op tiic
Plrrt Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
At Chambers. In Probate. In the
matter of tlio i:stnto of Pierre Marie
Luca I. Decoased. On reading and
filing the Petition nnd Accounts of
llmmi Josephine Lucas, of tho City
and County of Honolulu, Territory
of Ilnwall, executrix of tho Will of
Pierre SInrlo Lucas, late of said Ho
nolulu, deceased, wherein she asks
to lie allowed S47ft.2' and charges
herself with J"8.7" nnd asks that
tho same may be examined and ap
proved, and thnt a final order may
bo made ot distribution of thn prop
erty remaining In her hnnds to tho
person thereto entitled, nnd ills
chnrglng her from all further re
sponsibility as such executrix; It Is
ordered, thnt Wednesday, the 2nd
day of Novembn, Iflin, at 10 o'clock
a. m., before' tho Judge of said Court
nt the courtroom of the said Court
at Honolulu n foresaid, he and tho
Bnme" hereby Is appointed ns the
tlmo nnd place for "hearing Bild Pe
tition nnd Accounts, and that all
persons 'interested may (hen nnd
thero appear and 'show canto. If any
they have, why the same should not
bo granted. Dited nt Honolulu, T.
II., this 27th day ot September,
1910. lly tho Court: SL T. SIMON
TON, Clerk. Holmes, Stanley & Ol
son, nttnrnejs for petitioner.
4734 Sept. 27; Oct. 4, 11, 18.
During my nbsenco on Hawaii,
Dr. Case will have charge of my
practise. TJ. 2129.
Chns. P. Murray has full author.
Ity to act fopSmo lii.'all matters pi
... i i
I will nrit bo responsible for debts
contracted In my nnme without my
4737-2W A. II. nOWAT.
"Notlro Is hereby given tn'whom
It may concern, thnt after Septem
ber 28. 1910, I will not ho reflpnnsl
hlo for any debts Incurred In my
nnmo without my consent.
H. a. pnn.nit.
47n4-rSept. 27; Oct, 4, 11.-'
V. S. KNOINEHIl OFFICR, Hono
lulu, T. 11.. Oct. 3, 1910. Scaled
proposals for dredging in Honolulu
Harbor, T. II.. will ho received hero
until 11 o'clock a. m., Nov. 2. 1910,
and then publicly opened. Infor
matlon on application. H. nvn-
I.KTH WINSI.OW. Slnjor. Kngrs.
4739 Oct. 3, 4, Ii, 0, 31; Nov. 1.
AI.OIIA. 1IATH IIOUSK.
'School of Physical Culture,
RclentlMc Massage, Medical
Gymnastics ' (Swedish Slove
ments). Ladles' Men's nnd Children's
classes. Hours: a. in. to 10 p.
m. nnd Private Instruction.
Mr. (luxtav Illiirkmaii (ot
ltoyal Swedish (lynin. Inst.)
Slasscur and Instructor of
ROYAL ACADEMY DANCE.
The Royal Academy of Dancing
will give an Apron and Necktie
Dance on THURSDAY, October 0, at
Odd Fellows' Hall; 8 o'clock. Ad
mission: Gentlemen 50c, Ladies 25o,
Good musio and a Rood time.
Chairs Now at the
UNION BARBER SHOP
NEW BARBER A competent man
has just arrived from the Coast.
M. VEERRA Proprietor
CIGAR NOW 5o
M. A. GUNST & CO. Agents
Just the thing
for school girls
Illaiik hooka of all sortn, ledger",
etc., manufactured by tho llulletln
1 ' MAIL STEAMERS
VE88EL8 T.O ARRIVE '
II. S. A. T. Sheridan, from Manila.
Trlday, Oct. 7.
Ran Francisco O. a. S. fllerra,
Saturday, Oct. 8.
Yokohama S. S. Mongolia.
Tuesday, Oct. 11, '(
San Pranclsco Chlyo Slnru.
Colonics C. A. S. 8. Siakura.
Friday, Oct. 14.
Victoria C. A. S. 8. Slarama,
Saturday, Oct. IS.
San Pranclsco M. N. S. 3. Hilo
nian. Yokohama 8.. S. Tcnvo Maru.
Tuesday, Oct, 18.
San Francisco P. SI. S. 8. ABla.
VESSELS TO DEPART
Tuesday, Oct. 4.
For Kauai ports S S. Klnau, 5
For Maul nnd'.Stolokal S. 8. Mlka
hnla, f p. m'.
For San Fraacisco-rLurllno.
' Saturday, . pet. 0.
For8an Franclsoo-'-S, S Mongolia.
Tueida,' Oct, llJM
,For Vancouver 8. S.. Siakura.
For Australia ZoalanUla. j
Wednesdajr Oct. 12;
For San lVanclecoj-Wplholmlna,
., Saturdayr Oe..1S.
i For San jFranql$Co Tenyo 'Maru.
Saturday, Oct. 25,'"
For San "'Francisco Korea.
Pun, Sill' FranJidBCOT-ilIlVontan.
Per S, 8. Slnuna Kea, Tuesday, Oct.
4, for Slnul 'and Hawaii ports-'SIrs.
L. Akal, Miss Sarah Mooklnt, T. Abu
lia, O. W. Dennett and wife, Mra, W.
Arlington. Sfra.'K. II. Ahji, Dr. W. O.
Watson nnd wlfo. )SIIsi draco Storer,
Mrs. Wnlson, L. H. Wallace. Mra. F.
It. Day. Miss .1. N. Irwin, II. J, Ly
man nnd wlfo. Sirs. Swlfl, SIlss Swift,
Sirs. Kingsbury, Sirs. Powers, MIsh
D. II. Case. C. A. Hums, J. J. Sullivan,
Mrs. J. C, Hell, James C. Sumner, It.
5. Ilosmer, S. A. Simpson, R. Smith.
,A. O, SIcNelll, T, M, Church and fam
ily, II. CocKett and vviro. L. A. Kou.
Mrs. fleo. Oldlng nnd child, SIlss SL
n. Hariels, Sirs. K. M. Pond A. Sledel
ros nnd family, Sirs. Win. Wright and
daughter, Win. Thompson nnd wlfo;
Dr. J. W. Robertson and family, John
Smllli, Joo Oald, B. J. Uird 'and son.
Mrs. CorwIn.'SIIss II. Do FYlcs, Mrs.
J. P. Wood. P. Olrdlor. O. W. Carr,
Sirs. C. 15. IlodenfcM, Sirs. Holier and
child, A. R. Traphngen, It. It: McCuI
loch, P. B. Wilson, II. F. Kidder, J.
U. Oremer nnd J. L. Chaltcrtnn.
Per 8. 8. .Manchuria for Oriental
ports, Oct, a. Mrs. n. n. iiojt; a. m.
Nclll," SIlss Slarlon Mill. C. C. Ayer
F. L. Docck nndj wife. Mrs. O. Clem."
ent. A. P. Pfirfncr, nishop Honda, A.
Per stmr. Klnau. for Kauai porta.
Oct. 4. II. Waggoner, C. W. Chin.
Kim Fook, J K. Farley, A. Krajewskl.
A, I.rwasvir, J, P. Sllva, Sirs. Ilertlm
Kau. SI SIcndozn and wlfo.
Pep 8- B. Lnrllno for San rrancltcoi, J
Oct, 4 John Wllllnma nnd fnmlly, II.
D, Whllfleld. fleo. Argall and wlfo, J.
A. Smith, Fv Mulr, J, C. Kershaw, B.
II. Thompson nnd wife, SIlss L, Dos
mond, SIis. I, Desmond, Sirs. U. B.
Ijrnglon, Miss Ktht-1 Kdwards, Misa B.
Mails are due at Honolulu from
points aa follows:
From Yokohama Per Mongolia, Oct
rrom San Francisco Per O. S. S. 8f-
erra, Oct. 7.
From Vancouver Per Mnkura, Oct.
From Sydnoy Per Mnrama, Oct 14.
Malls will depart for tho following
points aa follows: ,
Snn Francisco Per Lurline, Oct. 4. t
San I'ranclseo Mongolia, Oct, 8.
Yokohama Chlyo Slant, Oct. II.
Victoria Stakura, Oct. 1I
Snn Francisco Wllholmlnn, Oct. 12.
San Pranclsco siorra, Oct. 12.
t - JL
Dlx at Manila.
Logan enmuto to Manila. " '
Sheridan duo Honolulu )ct. 0 from
Shormnn n( Snn Fr.-nclsco aalln Oct.
C for Stanlla.
IN FbREIQN PORTS
Monday. October .1. 11)10.
SAN FIIANCISCO Arrhcd Oct. 2:
8. 8. Hilonian, from Illlo, Sept. 24.
OltAYS II AnilOIt Arrived Oct. 3:
Ilktne. llcnlcln, Sept 14.
IIONOIPU Arrived. Oct. 3: ,Schr. '
Defender, from amy's Harbor.
PHILADELPHIA Arrived Oct. 2: Sp.
Pdward Sewnll, from llllo Slay 20.
8. 8. 8IHI5IUA collided with tho H. H.
Tomnshlha at Koko; damage alluht.
Oir September 23 thn freighter Hy
ades snlledfrym San Francisco bound
for Honolulu via Seattle. Tho Hyadci
loolc from Snn Frnncsco 7000 bales
of hay for Seuttlo and had on honnt
500 tons qf genera) cargo for Hawaii.
At Seattlo additional cargo was taken
on before tho chip sailed for Hono
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