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nvnNiNO nui.i.KTtN, noKoi.ur.il, t ii, rninAv, oct. h, into.
ceanic Steamship Company
tMTe 8. V. ' Arrive Hon. leave Hon. Arrive S. F.
October, 22 October, 28 November 2 November 8
November 12 November 18 November 23 .. November '29
December 3 December 0 December 14 . December. 20
'"' tOS flnt class. ilnirleiS. F S110 dnt rlnti rniiiul trin. Ran Vran.'
t --- 1 n ! - T"
Tacific Mail Steamship Co.,
and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
steamers ot tbs above Companies will Call at HONOLULU and Lear
this Tort on or nbout ths Dates mentioned bolnw;
Leave Honolulu For Orient. Lear Honolulu For Tj
Asia October 18 Tcnyo Mnru.-. October 15
Mongolia; October 31 Korea October 22
Tcnyo Ma ru November 8 Nippoi Mnru November 3
For further Information applj to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., agents
Matson Navigation Company
BETWEEN SAN FRANCISCO AND HONOLULU
From San Franciu-o
S. S. Hilonian ..October 15
S. S. Wilhclmina..... November 1
S. S. Lurlinei .- November 10
S. S. Wilhclmina November 29
S. S. NEVADAN of this line
on or about OCTOBER 20, 1010.
For further particulars, apply to
im. .- OASTLE AOOOKE.'LTD..
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
kf. ' ITEAMSH1P-COMPANY
FOR FIJI AND AUATRALIA: FOR VANCoUVEn-
ZUALANDLV DECEMBER 'J
If , i1 '
TnEO H.'DAVIES'& CO..
From New York to Honolulu,
Freight' received at all times
FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA
S. S. MEXICAN, to sail ,
S. S. MISSOURIAN, to sail..
., For further information apply to ,H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
'-- C. P. MORSE, General Freight Atrent.
tire experienced men skilled in handling household goods.
H0k .citoiiNG' shipping
UNION-PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.,
King. St., next to, Aex. Ypung Hotel . PJionc 1874 ,
HUSTAGE - PECK CO., LT)
M UUEXH STRE1T
Estimates riien on all kinds of Draying, Teamint, Road Builuac,
FIREWOOD AND. 00AL,WAIANAE-BAND FOR-SALE t
The B. F. Diljingham Co,
Ssnsral Agsnt-for Hawaii: .
. -J- r--V Of f "r .t l
Atlas Aaauranet Company of London.
NY-Vork lpasr.wrlttrt' Agency,
frovldence Washington Insurance Co.
(th FLOOR, 8TAN0ENWALD Dl.DO.
tli.not a.Lijxury; It sa Nceoilty.
.But-you Must,have,,tha DCQ.T
and t'it Is provided jy ths famous
nd most equitable Laws of Mais.
thuMtts, In ths
. t '
N.ew England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.
' OF B08T0N, MASSACrlL'OETTS.
'If you would-be fully Informed atout
thasa laws, address
''CASTLED -CPJKE, i
, . HONOLULU. T
"- - , ........ ---r, - ..-
& CO.. LTD., General Agent., '
For San Francisco
S. S. Hilonian. , October 22
6. S. Wilhclmina November 9
8. S. Lurline.v. .. November 22
S. S. Wilhclmina December 7
sa'le from Seattle for Honolulu, direct,
ZHALANDI.X. NOVI'MUHR S
' f .'
LTD.f OENFHAL AGENTS.
via tfehtiantcriec. every sixth dav.
at the Company's wharf, 41st Street,
TO HONOLULU DIRECT: 1
v. . . . .OCTOBER 10
OahuRailway Time Table
f, FoMWnlniiao, Wnlalua, Knhukiuand
Way 8lntlons-;9:in n. m., 3:20 t. tn.
,ISia Pearl City, Kwn Mill and Vay
Station-'tiSO n. m., 9:1B a. m.,
'litafj n. m.. 3:iG p. 3i.. '3:20 p. w.,
Gtl& p. in., t9:.10 i. in., ttltlC p. m,
l-'or Walilawa and Lllcliua "10:20
a, jii., G:1C u. iu., 19:30 p. m., tUlIi
Arrive-Ilunolulu from Kahiiku, Wnl
Bulua nnd Walanao 8:30' a. in.,
5:31 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Ea Mill nnd
Pofirl City t7M5 a. m., "8:30 a.. in..
11:02 a. m., 1:40 p. ra., '4:26 p. m..
C:3l p. m.;, '7:30 p. m. t ,
Arrlvo Honolulu from Whlawa and
l.ollchua 9:lB n, m., tl:40 p. m., G:31
p. m., tlC: 30 p. m.
Tho Hi.Iclwn Limited, a two-liciir
train (only llrnt clans tlckota honored),
leaves Honolulu overy Sunday at fi:3C
a. m,1! roturnliiK, arrives In Honolulu
at 10:10 p. mr I'hp Limited atopa only
nt Pearl City nnd Wi.lanno outvrahl,
and Walnnae, Wutpahu and Pearl City
Pally, tSunnav Excepted, tSunduy
0' P. nnNIHON, F. C. SMITH, ,
Superintendent. o. P. A
II w I U-1 1 : ti phuiirJ immlieMi'iire:
Ilulnes Oflke-: Cjr.B.
L'dllorlal llooius S1SS.
Established in 185S
Bishop & Co.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued on
the Eank of California and
The London Joint'Stock Bank
Correspondents for the
Amcriran Express Company
nnd Thos. Ccok & Son.
Interest allowed on Term
and Savings Bank Deposits.
BANK OF HONOLULU
TAID CAPITAL. $G00,C00
CLAUS SPUECKELS & CO.
Invites your Account nnil
oilers" sntisfactorv service.
Loans nt market rates,
Exchange and Cable trans
fers. Travelers' Credits nnd
Checks available everywhere.
Capital (Paid Up). Yon 4,QOO,()00
Resctra Fund ....Yon 1C,2BO,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
JTbo bank buys snd receives for
cqllotluii bills of exchange,
IsHtioa Drafts and Loiters ot
Cri'dit, and transacts a general
banking business. .
The l)ank'roc4lvfl Local De
posits, und Hrnd Oulcu Daposlta
tor 'fixed periods. - - a
- Local-deposits 123 nnd upw&rds
for oiuj year at rate of 4 per an
num.r - i'
Head Offloo Deposits, Yen 25
and upwards for ono-hnlf year, ons
year, two years, or three years at
rato of 4 per annum, i
Particulars to ho obtained on
Honolulu Offlre 67 S. Klug St.
P. O. Hoi 1C8.
Yu -Akal -r.r,tt.ri,iManager
Dahu Machine Shop
Manager ; - - Jl, L. EOSS
301 QUEEN AND RICHARDS "STS.
ENQtNEERS AND 'GENERAL
Automobiles, Motor Cycles, Gas Sta
tionary 'hnd Marine' 'Engines, Bice
j .. 111 ? .m r.
iniu macnincry, Xitc. '
.Eiicinccrine and' Contractine
HoujC'WirinR Repairing Supplies
lib AliAKA ST. near ueretania
- PLANISHED STEEL 1
A (ulUnssortrcent. sizes 24"x9B"
to 48"xl20", end causti No, 10 to
No, 20 just to hand, '
We do sheet metal work of all
kinds, nnd 'fruiranteo satisfaction.
lourt pationntro is solicited. -
PROMPT ATTENTION'TO JOBBING
rEMMELUTH t CO.. LTD.
Phone-1611" - 145 Kintr Street
Of ALL ITJrDK '
OKALISI IN LTJM1E1.
AIXX.M ft 101IHS0N.
Idmii Htrrfc i't :? HnnnHIm
aonJu CoWriiction & braying Co. Ltd., ....
Que"e(r'Stretf opposite Kaaliumoiiu. Telephpne"2!f81( '
Alexander & Baldwin,
"OFFICERS AND DIRECT0R8.
II. P. Baldwin President
W. 0. Smith.. First Vice-President
W. M. Aluiiui'lfr ...;.....
,. Second Vice-President
J. P Cooke it....'..
Third Vice-Pros nnd Manager
Jr Watrrhoiisi! fieasurcr
E. K. Pfcvlim ...,. . Socrctaiy
J R. Castle Director
J. 11. Gait . Dlrwtor
W. U. Casll Director
i and Insurance Agents
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Ilnlku Sugar Company.
. Moid AKtlcutttiral Company.
llawallnn Sugar Company.
Kaliuku Plantation Company.
Kahnlul Railroad Company.
. Ilalenknla Ham h Company.
Mrliryde Sugar Co.
I Ksital Hallway Co. t
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
Honolulu, T. H.
Shipping and commission mer
chants, 8UOAR FACTOR8
GENERAL INSURANCE AQSNT3
Kwp Plantation Co.
'Wilafun 'Kf Icultural Co., Ltd.
Waiihra 'Sugar Mill Cc.
AiKikaa SiiKar Co., Ltd.
I Fulton Iron Wnrka of St. I)iils.
Rahrork Wllxiiti Pninpa.
flrccn'a Fuel llcoaomlzers.
I MntBnii Navigation Co.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
SUCAR FACTORS AND COM
Officers and Directors:
R. F. IllHhnp' Prosldpnt
... .VIco-l'iCKldiint and Manni;er
W. W. North , Trcasuier
J. 11. (Lilt Auditor
(li'o. R, Carter l)lrcctor
C. II. Cooke Director
It A. Cooko Director
A flnrtlor 1 .". .T. .'.'.... . Director
FIRE AND MARINE
Royal Inturnnco Cc. ot Liverpool
London AHsuranco Corporation.
Commercial Union Assurance Co.
Scottish Union & National Ins
Co. pr Kdliihurgh. , ,
Caledonian Insurance Co. of Kdln
burKh. , t.
Upper nhlne Insurance Co. (Ma-
'rlll) ?" trf "'1 nn -
Tci ritbrfal Board of
Office 403 "StanKewald Hit.
Chemical Engines and
For Sale by
J. A. OILMAN
Consulting, Designing and Con
Bridges, Buildings, Concrete Strnc
tures, Steel- Structures. Sanitary Sji
tr-ms, Reports and Estimates on Pro
jects. Phone 1045.
lntnr-lsland nnd O, II. & U Shipping
I books for aula lit tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n
SULTAN LOVED .
Haji Mohanimpd, Etc,, Trapped
By Wily San Francisco
An enterprising ngent put, this
line over on one of the Sun Kranrla.-o
papers while tho Sultan of Sulu was
ttopplng' there: . '
The story Is authenticated.. -The
Snltnn of Sulu, who attended a per
foiiniiiuo of "Tho Pilneo'6f Pllsen"
Monday night nt the Savoy thpatcr,
fell despcrntcly In lovo with Krnn:ca
Caincioh, the "hcautcous leading
lady" of the' tompany. Ho wanted
to meet her, und 'told Henri Orca
s'.tt, who, as Sjvurc's inannser, was
cntcitalnliiR tho sultan In n liox,
nhout his loiiRlue. Of courso, tho
aultau couldn't(spcak n word of Kng
llsh, hut ho had catholic eyes. Tli'a
gallant Henri assured tho Impetuous
Moor that ho would see to It that the
Etiltan should meet the maid. 8o ho
look him to a 'downtown cafe after
tho performance and sn,t h)m lth
his retinue. Including brother Dato
Jaja Mada Mualle Waslt, heir appar
ent to tha few remalnliig pearls In
tho sultan's treasury, In u-far cor
ner, whom the ciiltnnlc majesty
could feast his ejes on the lovoll
ncrs of the Aincrtnn widow An
Interpreter suggested to Henri that
tho snltnn would like to greet tho
lady and pay his respects.
let Mchammcd Come. '
"Let us go over there, then," said
Orcrsltt, naturally eager for tha
"ropy," The sultan wouldn't budge.
It would ho Indecorous, ho said. So
Henri strolled over to tha distant
tahlo mid told tho'fnlr Mlsi Frances!
nhout It. -Hut she wouldn't hudge,
either. Why should she travel to
tho mountain Let Mohammed como
to her. There ensued a deadlock
until the sultan nnd his ten Moors
had flnlehcd their crnh meat, then
Henri led them out. Ho started to
ward tho door, but turned, nnd tho
dark army kept tloso to his heels,
fearing they might mnko a social
error of romo eort. Henri slyly led
his forces to tho tnblo where sat he
fair Frances. It was too lnte for tho
sultan to back nut then. -Ho threw
his court decut urn to tho winds,
pledged the prima donna's health
and slipped her his card, which,
when translated, read: "Yours de
votedly, llujl Muhnninicd Jumabiil
Klram II., Sultan or Sulu."
THE HONEST" PROPRIETARY
tills a national need In thu land nnd It
ttlll tuke more than tho cry of "fraud"
and "fake" from tho uvnriclous, over-.
reaching physician to overthrow un
honest, rcllablo nnd standard prepara
tion llko Lydla i:. Plnkham'a Vege
table Compound, .which Is made from
tho roots nnd herbs of tho Held, and
has cured more women of femalo Ills
tluiu nny other remedy wo know of.
ANOTHER HONOR FOR i
WALTER BAKER & CO.
The Managers of tho Dominion
Kxhlbltlon, St. John, Now Ilruiis
wlek, have awarded a gold nicdol to
Walter llaker & Co. Limited.
Thli Is. the llfty-thlrd . highest
award from tho leading Internation
nl and local expositions In America
and Kurope for tho superiority iof
tho cocoa and chocolate preparations
manufactured by Walter llaker & Co.
Limited, of Dorchester, Mass:.
It Is of coneldcrnb'lo Interest to
lovers of cocoa and chocolate to
know that tho average, unuual con;
sumption of' cocoa in tha United
States for a period of three years
has Increased to 103,216,893 pounds
tho highest on record fop'thu same
This Is duo no doubt to n bettor
knowledge of tho laws of health, a
growing appreciation of the value of
roua lis an Ideal food bevcrago and
to tho general superiority and excel
lence of the preparations put out by
tho llaker company.
llecaueo a tolephono girl rofused
tn Hnnri In nil itl.irm linings n uleknl
was deposited, II ro destroyed a hoiisu
in Philadelphia, causing a loss o
jr.ooo. .... .. ,
r-K vT--, ": -'"
Tho annual meeting nt thq Hono
lu'u Library and Heading Iloom As
Hoclntlon will bo hold Friday oven.
Iinr, October' 14, 1910, 8 o'clock, nt
tho Library. Important business,
U. 8, KNOINEKft OFFICE, Hono
lulu,. T. It., Sept. 14, lDlO.-rSenled
proposals, for Hrcslkwnter construc
tion nt Kahnlul Harbor, Maul, T. II.,
will bo ri'culH'd here, until It o'clock
a, in. Oat. II, 1910, nnd thou publicly
opened, Information im application.
Ii Krelaih WliiHlnw, Major, Kngrs.
I fpt. 4,,ii6, llJOvt. l?f 11 j
jDr. .Ratruis, TjjnlM HHo ,Por!
Should Have Detention
(Hn-cliil lllilli-tln Cciivaponddico.)
111LO, Oct. 10. Dr. HnmtiR, who
accompanied Secretary Mott-Smtth
to Ili.o, when sanitary regulations
were, looked Into in a most thor
ough manner, took an unbounded In
terest In the quarantine question a
pertains to tho Dig Island. In this
respect ho sajsi
"During my stay here 1 have pick
ed out what seems to be the best
site for a quarantine station, it Is
Just on the other side ot the break
water, nnd tho plan Is to have n
wharf built on the leeward side of
tho breakwater, which will ho used
or a landing and will bo connected
by n track with the station. There
should alto bo provided a bargo oi
somo sort of a vessel carrying a com
plete dlslnfo Ur.i4 apparatus, with n
steam chamber, sulphur furnace and
n pump for the pumping of antisep
tic solutions Into a vessel,
"I shall send a recommendation to
tho surgeon .general In Washington
that these -tilings ought to he pro
vided. Of course, It will require an
appropriation from Congress for tho
buildings, the wh'urf,' etc., although
tho laud, I understand, Is 'already
government property, I shall niako
my recommendation so early that, In
care It Is adopted, thoro will bo time
to get tho request for an appropria
tion before Congress at its noxt eca
tlon. "llllo, I think, has reached tho
stugo where sho Bhould have a first,
class quarantlno station. Tho ship
ping hero has Increased, and with
the opening of tha Panama Canal
llllo may hecomo nn extremely Im
portant shipping point. The quar
antine stntlon should have buildings
sumclont to house from live hundred
to a thousand Immigrants, ns It -Is
quite pocslblo thnt that many may
"Another thing which I Am trying
to do Is tb make arrangements for
tho furnishing of Marino Hospital
Service rcllof to Indigent seamen In
llllo. You have a very good hospi
tal here, and my Idea would bo to
arrange by contract for tho treat
ment therein of such seamen.
"Through tho courtesy of Mr.
Mott-Smlth I have been able to s"c
the plantation camps along tho
coast, and I nm much pleased at the
efficient manner In which tho plan
tation people have done tho sanitary
work under tho direction of the
Hoard of Health. Mr. Mott-Smlth
and Mr. Howmnn uro to ho congrat
ulated on their bucccss."
The Straight Ticket
Lot in Beautiful
,Cl6se!tb Nat'urc arid bq
Kaimuki Land Co.,
' MOVEMENTS OF '
I VESSELS TO ARRIVE
i i i k
Thursday, Oct. 13.
Seattle M. N. S. S. llyadcs. y
. . Friday, Oct. 14. " j
Yokohama S. S. Tonyo Maru.
Victoria C. A. S. S. Marama.,
Kona and Knu ports S. 8. Manna
Saturday, Oct. 15. ( ;
San Francisco M. N. S. 8. Hilo
nian. Hawaii and way ports S, S. Maium
Ken, a. in.
Monday, Oct. 17, , ,
San Francisco P. M. S. S. Asia. J
Tuesday, Oct. 18. ,
San Francisco P.-M. 8.-S. Asln.
VESSELS TO DEPART
Friday. Oct. 14.
For Manila ll. 8. A. T. Sliornian.
For San Francisco Tcnyo Mnru.
Saturday, Oct. 22. .
For San Francisco Korxa.
For San Francisco Hilonian. ' '
i s 1
. MAILS, -
- Malls are oue at Honolulu from y
points as follows: (" ''''
Froin Coast Per Illlonlnu, dct. IS-
From' Const Per Aslaf Oct 17. M' i
From Sydney Per Maramn, Oct. 14.
Malls will depart for tho fo'.liwlog
points as follows: ""
San Francisco Tcnyo Ma.ru, Oct. II.
San Frnnclsco-rKorcri, Oct. 21, i
j, . i" ..yf,i i''w h.
F'- TflAfWORT SERVICE. '
Dlx in port
Logan at Manila.
Shorldnn onroute to San Frnticlsco. I,
Bhcrman In mrti
i , 1 1 , n - a
Pcr-S.- S.' V, O. Hall, for Kauai
ports, October 13. II. q. Waldron. A.
Ji Holllng. A. It. Trnphagcn, O. It. Mor
Itz. llov. II. Allye, Mr. nnd Mrs. NI
colal. Per S. S. Maul, for Maul and Ha
waii, ports, October 14. II. Chock, M.
Cabral, 1.. U Joseph. 8. Aiken, F.
Awnna, N. Savores, Miss I.lzzloi Kn
leo, Mrs. John Mcdclros and child,
Mrs. W. Hala, Miss Alcock. Mrs. K.
Krusc, Mrs. Phelan, Mrs. F. Dubois
and 2 children,. IL..C. Urown,
REAL ESTATE " -TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Recorde Oct 12, 1010.
' From 10:30 a. in. 'to 4 p. ra. .
O L Samson to A II DondorO. .
: ,....'. ...i Par Itel
Agnes II II Judd by ntty to A H
Dondcru ct nl .......... .Par tlcl
Thomas CW Poolo" and wf to
Tynu King Tong ,.,,., 'M.
Surah Ilonoknupii to; Mrs- Lahl-,
hihl Wcbh '..... Confnn D
W II Campbell to John J Combs At
Domingo Torres by regr" to. . N'otlco
Louis A Dlstell and wf to Wal-
ter Hurst , D
Chas S Dc6ky nnd wf to John
B Itocba ., .- I)
A II Dondero ct nl to Sebastiao
Augustus . . . . , t I)
Entered for Record Oct. 13, 1910.
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. rri.
Waialua Agrctl Co Ltd to An-
tono P Pedro . . . , .Itel
Sorenson ft Lylo o Trout Triist
Co Ltd, tr D
C II Drown to Chrlstlno M Fos-
ter . . I
Mutl Dldg & Ixian Socy ot II '
Ltd to Alo Chung1 Hoon Itel
J II Sehnnck nnd wf to Eliza
beth K Frecth" .
Mrs J N Koomoa and hsb to
Caroline J Robinson D
Samuel C Hardest und wf to
Cecil Drown, tj M
..W.oekly lliilletln $1 per year.
IN THE CinCUIT COURT, FIRST
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In
Probate. At Chambers, No. 3840. In
tho matter of Jho Estnto of Hannah
Fisher, deceased. On reading and
flUng tho Petition and Accounts of (
Richard 11. Trent, administrator cf tho
Estnto of Hannah Fisher, deceased,
iato of Honolulu, Oahu, wherein po
,ttlonor neks to he ullowed S27,7.3S
und charged with S302.0.r, and nsks
Uiat the. BuniQ be examined and ap
proved, and that u llnal order, bo
niailo of distribution nt the remain
ing, property to 'tho persons hcrotrf
entitled nnd discharging petitioner
Und sureties from all further respon
sibility- hefeln; It la qrdered, thnt
Saturday, thp 12th day of Novcmhor,
A. D. 1910, nt 9:30 oMIock'a. m., bo
faro the Judgo presiding at Cham
bers ot said Court at his courtroom
In tho Judiciary 'building, in Huso
lulu. County of Honolulu, bo and thR
tamo hereby Is appointed tho time
nnd place, for 'hearing tald Petition
and, Recounts, mid that all peiDoiiB
Interested mny then nnd thoro ap
pear and show cause, If any they
have, why tho same should not be
granted, and may present evidence ns
to who are entitled to the said prop
erty. Paled the Gth day of Octo-
MONTON (Seal), Cleik of the Clr
cult Court of tho First Circuit. K
R. Watson, attorney for ndmliilstrtt'
4743 Oct, 7, 14, 21, 28.
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