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F.VEN1N0 BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H SATURDAY, OCT. 8, 1910
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Oceanic Steamship Company
laf 8. P. Arrive Hon. T.eavft Hon. Art-tan V
Octobcr 1.., October 7
u uciooer i& , ... October 28
November 12, November 18
I $05 fint class, tingle, S..F.J $110
teltco. ( ' Ji'
gacific Mail Steamship Co.,
(Steamers at the aboT Companies
I this I'ort on or about the Date
w leave Honolulu For Orient.
Chiyo Maru October 11
yAsia October 18
(Mongolia ... .October 31
For further Information apply
K, H. Hackfeld &
Matson Navigation Company
BETWEEN SAN FRANCISCO AND HONOLULU
From San Francio
S. S Hiloninn October 15
S, S. Williclmina,.... November 1
8, S. Lurline ...... .November 1G
S. S. Williclmina November29
S. S. HYABES of this line soils
on or about OCTOBER, 4, 1910.
For further particulars, apply to
CASTLE & COOKE. LTD.,
'Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
ITEAMSHIP COMPANY -
FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA; " FOR VANCOUVER!
MARAMA. OCTOIWR 14 MAKURA .7. ... f.rrTOcftfhKH li
rMAKURA NOVEMDER11 7.EALANDIA ........ OCTOBER A
THEO H. DAVES & CO., LTD.. GENERAL .GENTS.
From NeW 'York to Honolulu,
Freight received at all timet
8outh Brooklyn- '
FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA
5. B. V1KUIH1AN, TO S&ll UUlUJ3X.lt
S. S. MEXICAN, to sail OCTOBER 18
S. S. MISSOUBIAN, to sail ."...'....OCTOBER 28
For further .information apply to ,H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
agents, Honolulu. . . J. . i.n
C. P, MORSE,- General Freight Agent.
in our work and in our service.
, our service,
what we always strive to
PACKING HOUSEHOLD GOODS
HUSHACE - PW CQ:,, LI
U QuJEH ITRXXT . PHONE 2295
Estimates given oa all kisila of .DrayUl, leaning, loa kuilitw,
Eftavatlnr..mnW " " "
I FIREWOOD AND COAL'. WA1AKAE
IThe B. F. Dillingham Co.
QetjeraJ Aosnt for Hawaii:
Atln Assurance Company of London.
Ntw York Unaerwrlters' Agency.
Providence Washington Insurance Co.
(th FLOOR, 8TANUENWALD BLDO.
Is not a Luxury; It U a Nteesslty. '
But you Must have the DEOT,
and tliat la JpfO(v(deasjythelfamoua
and most equitable Laws of Masaa
shuittts, In the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.
OF BOBTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
if you woud ba fully Informed about
'thai la.va, address
t, CASTLE $. Q00KE,
.oi yui, t,
October 12 October 18
November JS November 8
November 23 November 29
flnt class, round trip, Bp..Frnr
& uu LXii., General Agents.
' M r
Toyo Kisen Kaisha
will Call lit HONOLULU and Liih
leave Honolnln For I. T.
Mongolia October 8
Tenyo Maru,...: October 15
Korea . .' October 22
Co., Ltd., agents
For San Francisco
S. S. Wilhebnina October 12
S. S, Hilonian October 22
S. S. Williclmina November 9
S, S. Lurline t November 22
from Seattle for Honolulu, direct,
Qeneral Agents. Honolnln
via Tehuantepec, every sixth day.
at the Company's wharf, 41st Street,
TO HONOLULU DIRECT:
attain and maintain.
8AHD FOR SALE
Oahu Railway Time Table
Hn,- WnUnlkA Wnlalun. K&hnku and
Way Stations 9:16 a. m.. 3:20 i m.
For Pearl City, Kwa. Mill ana way
Stations 17,130,0. ra, 9:1C a. m.
11130 a. m. 3:15 p. aa. 3:20 P. m.
6:16 p.m. (9:30 p.m., 111:16 p.m.
For Wahtawa aud LelleUua 10:20
n. in, S;15 u. ru,' 18:30 p. m., IU16
Arrive) Honolulu from Kahuku, Wnl
aulua an J Wata.ua!e-,8i.3q,i a, m,
6:31 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Ea Mill and
Pearl City 17:45 a. m, "Bjas a. tu,
11102 a. "m. I:40,p1. m., 4t2C u. m..
Cj31 p, in, "7:30 p. nv
Arrive Hqnolpu jrom. Wahlawa and
J.ellepua 9:15 a. m,, tl:40 p. m , 5:31
l. m , iriiu ii, in,
The Hfcielwa Limited, a two-hour
train (only first claxa tickets honored.),
leaves Honolulu every Sunday at 8:36
a. in.; returning, arrlvta In Honolulu
At 10;10 il m. Tho IJmltod atopa'only
at Ponrl City and Wulanne Outward,
and Walanae, Walpahu and Pearl City
Dally. tSuadar Eiceptod, JBunJuy
a. P. PBNISON, T, O. SMITH,
Superintendent. a, P, A.
Hulletln phone iiiimliers are:
llnslnrss 'Oflke 2S6,
fdllorlal Booms HS&. .
Established in 1858
Bishop & Co.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued on
the Bank of California and
The London Joint jStock Bank
Ltd., London. ' v
Correspondents for the
American Express Company
and Thos. Cook & Son.
Interest allowed on Term
and Savings Batik Deposits,
BANK OF HONOLULU
PAID CAPITAL', ? 000,000
CLAUS SPRECKELS & CO.
Invites your Account and
offers satisfactory service.
Loans at market rates.
Exchange and Cable trans
Travelers' Credits and ,
Checks available everywhere.
The Yokohama Specie
Capital (Paid Up) .Yon 4,000.000
Reserve Fund ...'.Yen 16,250,00
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA,
The bank buys end receives for
collection bills of exchange,
IgBues Drafts and Letters of
Credit, and transacts a general
The Bonk receives Local De-
DOSltil anil Head f)fflp runnalta
1 (or fixed periods, j
Local deposits ?2G and upwtrds
for one year at rate of 4 per an
Head Office Deponltn, Yen 25
and upwards for one-half year, oue
year, two years, or three years at
rate of 44 per annum.
Particular to be obtained on
Honolulu Office 67 S. King 8L
P. O. Box 168.
Yu Akal , Manager
Oahu Machine Shop
Manager - H, 1, R)SS
30) QUEEN AND RICHARDS, STS.
ENGINEERS AND OENEHAL
, KACjBINE REPAIRS
Automobiles, Motor Cycles. Gas Sta
tionary and Marine EnHnei, Rice
- ' MiU Machinery. Etc
Engineering and Contracting
House-Wlring Repairing Supplies
1187 ALAKEA ST. Near Be,retania
A. full assortment, sites Ztt'xSS"
to 48"xl20'Vnd gauges No". 18 to
No. 28 fust to hand.
( U At attJI0 MSktsal mvsL a all
kinds, and guarantee' satisfaction,
Your patronaM is solicited.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO JOBBING
EMMELUTH . CO.. LTD.
Phone 1S11 145 King Street
BXALPM Of LPM111.
lnMH6ltrtt :: ? Wnnnlula
Best Coal & Wood
prompt nnr.ivnRV or any quantity
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co., Ltd.,
Queen St,, opposite Kaahumanu Phone 2281
Alexander & Baldwin,
OFFICERS A.ND DIRECTORS.
II. P. Baldwin President
W. O. Smith.. First Vice President
W. M, Alexander
J. P,' Cooke ...,i..jiJ(...'.i,.
Third Vlce-Prfes'and Manager
J. Waterhmise .i ,;,,. Treasurer
B. E. Paxton Secretary
J. B. Cattla;.. if. K.V.I. Ulrector
J. B. Qalt I..., 'A, ..'.. Director
WtR. CaaUe .',?....'.... Wrector
and Insurance Agents
Hawaiian Commercial ft Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maul Agricultural 'Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Compauy.
Kahuku Plantation Company,
Kahulul Ilallroad Company.
Haleakala Ranch Company.
McDryde Sugar Co.
Kauai Railway Co.
.Castle & Cooke, Ltd
Honolulu, T. H.
a i I
8HIPPINQ AND COMMISSION MER
CtMtyTS, 8UOAR FACTOR8
OENERAL INSURANCE AOENTS
Ewa Plantation Co.
Walalim Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Kohala Sugar Co. ( (
Walmea Sugar Mill Co. '
Apokna Sugar Co', Ltd.
Fulton Iron Works' of Ht. Lonlst
Babrock &. Wllspn'Piimin.
Oreen'a Fuel Kconomlxera.
Matson Navigation Co.
C, Brewer & Co., Ltd.
8UQAR FACTORS AND COM.
Officers and Directors:
H. F. Bishop President
Uto. H. llobertaon
....Vice-President and Manager
W. W. North Treasurer
Richard Ivors ......... Secretary
J. R, Qalt Auditor
Geo. R. Carter '..wi Director
C. H. Cooke ...... ..,7... Director
R. A. Cooke .....' Director
A. Oartloy '....'.. Director
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
FIRE AND MARINE
Royal Insurance Cc. of Uverpoot
London Assurance Corporation.
Commercial Union Assurance Co.
Scottish Union & National Ins
Co. of Edinburgh.
Caledonian Insurance Co. of Bdln
Upper Rhine Insurance Co. (Ma
rine) Territorial Board of
Offlce. 403 StanirewaU Ulg.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Chemical Engines and
For Sale by
3. A. OILMAN
Consulting, Designing audi Con
Bridires. RnfMinon f!mrt fltrnn,
tures, Steel Structures, Sanitary Sys
tems, Reports and Estimates on Pro-
lects, jfnone 1U49,
Intnr-lsland and O. R. ft U Shipping
books for sale nt tlm II n 1 1 1 1 n
olllce, COo each.
f 'Blackheads in Turkeys. Mmc Vt uoicn for )ier small eggs
The, experiment station at Klhg-r'om mongrel stock aa does the oue
ston, R. I., has for tome time hceil who furnUnes the; large Plymouth
conducing an investigation of 'black R6cki If both are presented at tho
head In turkeys, and has Just , pub-' store, , j
llshed Bulletin 'HI, giving an ab-' iTho attempted legislation to sel
Rtrnct of a technical bulletin on 'the eggs by weight may appeal , to us o
name subject. The Investigations first as Inionvenlcnt. Yet It l the
were carried on In cooperation Wltll only satoe", accurate and Just way. And
tho buroau of animal Industry of the afer we get accust6med to It. the
United States Department 'bf Agrl- plan will prove Just aa convenient,
culture, which was also published 'oipanct mqre prorttabie' to those inlshs
the same date ' ' tfie larger breeds. It Is not jt nil
After reviewing the decline of tur- Just to tompel the owner of the Rock
key production In New England, and
especially In Rhode Inland, the writ,--
era, Leon J, Cole, Philjp II. Hadl'e
and W. r. Klrkpatrlck, Ulsrues the
maianuy nt considerable length. They
saj that the Invariable svmntoma are:
Hrst, diarrhea at some stage of the
uist-nee; Beconu, a conauion of in- ually lead to an Improvement, In the
creasing languor or stupor, together product. When "eggs are eggs'"
with Isolation from companions in there Is no special Incentive toward
the fl:kj and, third, loss of appe- raising the standard. But with the
tlte and more or lea prolonged ema- standard of weight applied, poultry
elation. Th'e name blackhead Is a growers will take pride In producing
partial misnomer, since the'rilscolor-"the best-eggs of their respective
ntlon Is by no means constant, nnd, breeds. There will be better feed
on tho other hand, manyE occur Inking, better care taken In every way
cases where blackhead Is not pres" to raise the standard of site. notlt
p,,t- ' buyer and seller will In the Snd be
Tho bulletin does not recommend better and more' satisfactorily serv
treatment of the disease, In the long od. Ilessle Putham of Pennsylvania,
run the poultrymnn will do better to.
1'i.t.iov iiiu,iiuuii ut iirvvemiuii ruuicr
thnn waste his money on so-called
remedies and cures. Methods'; of
treating poultry disease do not nt
present rest upon very secure fpun
datlons, nnd furthermore, even If cer
tain measures for treatment are
known td be effective the average
poultryman does not have time to un
dertake treating his birds, it may
therefore be said that the treatment
should be limited to birds.
3 preventive measures recom
nr,: I. To protect Infested
rirltyXTJ " "LT
Inlng all new stock, whether turkeys,
fowlB, geese or other domestic birds.
2. To keep the turkeys on grounds
as fresh as can be obtained ; that is,
to chnnce the range at least eery
two years and every year If possi
ble, and, rbove all, to kiep the tur
keys Isolated from other poultry,
.1. To keep every turkey In the
Hook under frequent observation, In
order to separate and at once isolate
any bird which jnay give evidence of
Illness. To facilitate such observa
tions It Is of the greatest help to
leg-band every bird and to record
th. -ht from time to time. While
this in i appear difficult and Imprac
ticable is a matter or fact It Is
nelthei but raq be done easily nnd
In a short time. If tho poult r man
ixpe ts to meet success In raising
birds he must ghe the turkeja at
least a fraction 'of the thought niiil
attention that he gives to other de
partments of his farm work. Tho
roursa outlined makes It poMble to
learn whether any birds aro losing
weight, and If this is the case, these
birds should be teparated until sus
picion enn he nllajed. It Is espe
cially dangerous to allow a' turkey
hen showing signs of disease to brood
4. The' yards should be kept as
free as posslblo from English spar
rows and the poultry houses and
grain bins free from rats, since these
creatures are accused of spreading
C. If It Is desired to fatten birds
for market. Increase of ration should
begin gradually. It Is never safe to
fatten birds whlch In, successive
weighings show losses of weight
Overfeeding does,. no( cause Jjack-
lieau, mil it irequeniiy causes nm
sudden denth of birds In whlch'black
head Is presont. ,
0, When birds have died of b'nek
hrad their bodies should be promptly
burned or burled.
All that the bulletin recommends
concerning remedial measures Is': TV
Isolate the Blck bird In a dry, well
ventilated location free from told nnd
drafts, and to feed sparingly on soft,
light, easily assimilable food, wltll
little grain, especially corn Uangor
Turkey pullets will not make good
breeders next spring, bo saye he tfoat
oi the old hens.
if the toms do not agree, let ono
run one day and the other the. next
,io ' "
gg by Weight.
Maybe you have never slopped , to
tlflrtk of It because tho cuiton 'lias
been handed down from one gener
ation to another, but Is there nn
thlng more unjust In the whole
realm of trade than selling eggs, lit.
tie nnd big without regard to size, by
the dozen? If we have small pota
toes, or npples, or turnips, we ex
pect to use moro of them to "the
bushel, and then perhaps receive les
for the bushel Into the bargain, be -
cause of Inferior size. Just Imagine
n rarmer uemaiiuing aa mucn lor u
hundred small potatoes as for- '"
Hjinn number of largo, ones! Yet the'
average houeewlfe receives Just (he
Or Ilrahma to comnete lu this way
with the Leghorn grower, whose ntns
jnae"si' business of Bh.elUnu out tile
egga at rapid rate though of mr.tc-
rlally smaller site.
I Not nnlv will tlm nmnnap,! moi.nr
be a more Just one, but It will eve"t-
in The A,merlcan( Cultlvntqr.
If our. poultry house leaks, mend
It andlglve the birds dry quarters,
; . '
Republicans, are' patriots. They
register. Last 'chance today.
NOTICE OF SALE OF PUBLIC
., , .,i, .,.,
tho Capl'tol. Honolulu,
e front door to
Capitol, Honolulu, there wll be
sold at public auction, under Part
IV., Seotlon 17, of the Land Act of
189C, Section 27C, Revised Laws of
Hawaii, the foljowlng described
(1) Government, Remnant situ
ate at Alewa Heights, Honolulu,
Oahu, containing 61, 350 square feet,
more or less. Upset price, 1200.
(2) Government Remnant at
Kumupall, Kootaupoko, Oahu, con
taining 0.G0 acre, more or less. Up
set price, $C5, t -v
Cost of patent and stamp at the
expense of the purchaser.
At the same time nnd place, there
will be sold at public auction, under
provisions of Part V., Land Act of
189D, Sections 278-28S Inclusive, Re.
vised Laws of Hawaii, a general
lease of the following described
All of those portions of Lots r
and O, Walkaluawaho, koolaupoko,
Oahu, containing an area of 9.C3
acres, more or less. Upset prtlce,
$151 per annum: pnjable semi-an
nually lu advance. Term of lease, j
C years from July 1, 1911.
For maps and further particulars,
apply at the otnee of the Commls
Bldn'er of Public .Lands, Capitol
Commissioner off Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu, August 18,
4702 Aug, 20, 27',' Sept. 3, 10,'17,
24; Oct. 1, 8,. 15, 2li
' - NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Emmelia Quinn, Deceased.
i The undersigned having been duly
appointed Admlnfstrator of the Et
taet of Emmetla Quinn, deceased,
notice is hereby given to all credit
ors of said deceased to present their
claims, duly authenticated and with
proper vouchers, If any exist, event
If the claim Is secured by mortgage!
upon real estate, to him at the Auto,
Livery Stand, corner union nnd Ho
tel streets In Honolulu, City nuJ
County of Honolulu,' Territory of
Hawaii, wlthlu six months from tho
date of the first publication of thU
notice, said dato being October 1. A.
n latfl t ufltfiln .lv mnntha fmni
... ., . ......... .. . ....... ........
Ilm ilnv thAv fall Hno lr thn unmet
will be forqver; .birred,
Hoholuju, September 30, 1910.
I i v JAME3 C. O.UINN.
Administrator of the Estate of Urn.
" mella Qnlnn, Deceased.
Clem K. Qulml, attornoy for ad
ministrator. ,4738 Oct. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29.
During my absence on Hawaii,
Pr. Caso will have charge, ot my
practise, Tel, 2429.
Chas. V. Miirmvhnfl full mithnr
(ly to Bct ,or we , B matterg of
, wl), ot b9 re8ponslhle for debts
contracted In my name without my
iiyf At ROWAT,
MOVEMENTS OF .
VESSEL TO ARRIVE
. " i " y v
Bauirtu'Oci-YU.-- . ', t
Monday, Oct. 10,
U. S. A. T. Dlx, from Manila.
Tuesday, Oct. 11.
San Francisco Chlyo Maru.
Colonies C. 'A. S. 's Makura.
Friday, Oct. 14. ,
Victoria C. A. 8 8. Marnma.
8aturday, Oct, IS.
' 8an Francisco Mv' N. S. S. Hilo
nian. Yokohama S. 8. Tenyo Maru.
Tuesday, Oc,t. 18. t
San Francisco P. M, S. S. Asia,
j VESSEL TO. DEPART; f.
Saturday Oct, 8.
For San Francisco 3. 8. Mongolia,
Tuesday, Oct It.
For Vancouver 8. 8, Makura,
For Australia Zealandla. H. i
Wednesday, Oct.' Ii ' f "h:
For 8an Francisco 0,',Sj S Sierra, V "
10 v m. , i- t' r N
For San Francisco Wilholmlna. V
Saturday,, pet. 16. x , '
Tor San Frnndscq TenyojtMaru,
Saturday, 'Oct,v22. "
1 For Ban Frfl'ncjsco Korea. v' Ml
f .For 8an FrnnclBCO Hiionlani , "
Mails arp'o'pf 'at 'gojojmn 'frq
iiolntM mm foliawar ' Tt ,
From Vancouver PerJlimJ' Oct
From Sydney Per Mararoa, Oct, 14.
Malls will depart for the foUowlo
points as follows!
San Francisco Mongolia, Oqt, 8.
Yokohama Chlyo Maru. Oct. 11. .
Victoria Makura, Oct. hi , '
San FranclBco Wllhelmlha, Oct, 12.
San Frapclsco Slofra, Oct. 12,
' TRAN8PORT SERVICE.
Dlx duo from Mllko Oct, 10,
Logan at Manila.
SberUlan enrouto to 8an Francisco.
Sherman eu route to Honolulu from
San Francisco, '
For Maul and Hawaii, ports.uet.St -
S. Claudlne, Friday, p. m J,,M, Lid;
gate, Wm. Zerbe, Mra. H.lMt Wells;
K, Roendahl and family, Mrs. Mi J.
Suer, J. P. Mnrtlnej. A
For Kauai ports, Friday, per S. Si
W. O. Hall, ru, m' Mrs. W, IL Rlce
Miss. E,iRlce A. II, Waerhouse.'Coli
onel Spauldlng, '"
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Recorded Sept. 37, 1910.
Oco A Drown and wf to Henry Wat
frhnuso Trust Co Ltd. .Tr, ii; Lo(4r
Blk 23, ValmuU Tract, Honolulu.
$2100. D334, p 345, 'Sept 27, 1910.
Olle L Hornberger to Ole Amundsen:-
Rcl Dow; lut In Lots 1 tu ll!
(tncl), lllk 14A. Kaplolanl Tract, Ho
nolulu U34Q, p 213.
Olive L Hornberger to E L Mitchell
et alj Rel Dow; Int In Lot 2, Dlk 14.
Kaplolanl Tract Honolulu. 11340, p
OIUo L Hornberger to Mnrta Da
C Colto; Rel Dow; Int In Lot 3, Bllq
14. Kaplolanl Tract, Honolulu.' 11 340
(Olive L Hornrerger to,F Do Costa;
Rel Dow; Int In Lots 4 to 8 (Incl),'
lllk 14, Kaplolanl Tract, Honolulu, n
340, p 213.
Olive L Hornberger, to Kawena Ka
nllll et,,a; Rcl Dow; InVln Lot 9, Dlk,
14, Kaplolanl Tract, Honplulu n 340,i
Iil3. 1 , . ,r
' Olive L Hornberger to ManufI Do,
Costa; Rel foow; Int In Lots 13 and
it, lllk 14, Kaplolanl Tract. Honolulu.,
B 340, p 213. . ' IWl
Olive u Hornberger to Manuel Rod-J
rlgues; Rel Dow; Int. In Lots 16 snA)
17nilj 14,, Kaplolanl .Tract.'Honolulu
R 346, p 213.
Oliver L HornberKej- t(j CoslevP Re-,
go; Rel Dqw; Int lu IJta,! and 21."
lllk 14, Kaplolanl Tract, Honolulu B,
oiu, p iu. - ,
Olive L Hornberger to E Furtado;
Rel Dow; Int In Lot. 22, Blki 14, Ka-.
Plolanl Tract,, Honolulu, n 340. p,
213. , f
Olive' L Hqrnberger.to J 8 Pregana,,
Rel Dow; Int In Lot 23. lllk 14, Ka-t
Holanl Tract, Honolulu. 1)5340. pv
Albt A ArapJo Tr to W fl Noblllt et.
al; Rel Int In pors of Or 3780, Notleyr
St etc Honolulu. 2500. B 334, p S47J
Sept 10. 1910,, 'll1
J R Hornberger and wf to Antone,
Msloseph ot nl; D; Int In Lot 28? Blkt
14, Kaplolanl Tract, Honolulu, $200.i
B 338, p 244. Sopt 27, 1910.
Samuel Parker by Atly nnd Tr to
August ,W Moycr; D; 4B000 bo, ft of
Blk D, ScavlewAvo and Rocky Hill
and Motralf street, Honolulu 11600.,
B 340p,214, ,S0pt 19, 1910
A W Meyer' and wf to BanlTof Ha
waii, Ltd; M; 45000 sq ft of Blk D,?
bldgs,, rents etc, Seavlew Aye and.
Rocky Hill and Metcalf St. Honolulu.
11260, B,3d4, p 348. Sept 27, 1910,
Anujp.T It Parker by Odn to Paau
hau Hugnr Piantn Co; L; reservoir.
811,0,) 1. 0 72400 A of Or 3149,'Apa
1 and 3 and H W for ditch, Weha etc?
Haniakua, Hawaii. 10 yrs at 50 per.
yr, U 330, p 310. Aug 25, 1910,
' i i .
Duty determines destiny. Regis
ter. list chance today.