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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUC8DAY, 8EPT. 20, 1911.
Oceanic Steamship Company
Uav 8. F. Arrive Hon. Lsivs Han. Arrive 8. F.
S.pt.mb.r 23 O.pt.mb.r 29 Osplemoer 13 8iptimb(r 19
Octobtr 14 October 20 October 4 .....October 10
first elite, elnglr, 8. F. $110 nrtt class, round trip, Han Franelso.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.,
Steamers of the above company will rail at Honolulu and leava this port
un, or bout the dates merit lone J belowi
.FOR THE ORIENT. FOR, 8AN FRANCISCO.
8. 8. Pertia September 20 8 8. China September 22
8. 8. Korea September 2Q
a. a. Siberia ....October 10
8. 8. China October 17
8. S. Manchuria October 23
For general Information apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., agents
T0Y0 RISEN KAISHA
Steamers of the above Company
about tlu dates mentioned below:
FOR THE ORIENT.
B. 8. Shlnyo Maru October 3
. 8. Chlyo Mtru Octt'er31
8. 8. Nippon Maru November21
8. 8. Tenyo Maru November 28
8. 8. Shinyo Maru Oecember 19
Matson Navigation Company
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN SAN FRANCISCO AND HONOLULU
FROM BAN FRANCI8CO. FOR 8AN TRANCISCO.
8. S. Lurline September 20
S. S. Honolulan September 27
8. S. Wllhelmina
8. S. Lurline
8. 8. Wllhelmina October 31
o. a.. Lurnnc November 13
6. S. HILONIAN of this line talla
about SEPTEMBER 23, 1911.
For further partloulare, apply ta
fCA8TUi & COOKE. LTD.
Canadian-Austrian Rdyal Mail
FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA.
Mkura, October 11
ZoalandU November 8
IHE0 H. DATIES CO.,
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
FROM NEW YORK TO HONOLULU
Via Tehuantepec, every elxth day. Freight received at all tlmee at the Com
pany'e wharf, 41t Street, South Brooklyn.
FROM SEATTLE OR TAC0MA
, to tail about
to sail about
tor. further Information apply to H. HACKFELD A CO, LTD, agenta,
Honolulu. C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent.
Phone 2295 Reaches
ALL KINDS OF ROCK AND BAND FOR CONCRETE WORK.
J QUEEN STREET
The B. F. Dillingham Co.
enseal Agent for Hawaii!
Altai Assurance Company of Lonaon.
New York Unoerwrltere' Agency.
Providence Washington Insurance Co,
tth FL'OOR. 8TANUENWALD BLDO.
la not a Luxury; It la a hicesstty.
But you Muat have the DC 87
ltd that li provided jy the, famout
ind moat equitable La we of Massa
chusetts, In tha m
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.
OF BOSTON. MASSACHUSETTS.
If yeu would be fully Informed about
raeee lawi, eddreee
CASTLE & COOKE,
MM HAL AQINTS, I
, HONOLULU, T. M,
A CO., LTD., General Afenti.
8. 8. Manchuria September 29
8. 8. Mongolia October 21
e. 8. Perela November 10
8.0. Korea November 18
will call at and leave Honolulu on or
FOR 8AN FRANCI8CO.
8. 8. Chlyo Maru Oetober 6
8. 8. Nippon Maru October 27
8. 8. Tenyo Maru November 3
S. S. Shlnyo Maru November 24
3. 8. Chlyo Maru December 22
CASTLE COOKE, LIMITED,
8. S. Lurline September 26
8. Honolulan October 5
8. S. Wllhelmina October 11
3. S. Lurline October 24
8. S. Wllhelmina Novembers
a. B. Lurline Novomberzi
from 8eattle for Honolulu direct on or
General Acenti. Hoaolnli
Zoalandla October 10
Marama November 7
LTD.. OENSSAL AQEHTJ.
TO HONOLULU DIRECT
P. O. BOX 212
Oahu Rail way Time Table
Fur Wslasae, Walalua, Kahuku and
War Stations '1:16 a. m., J:20 p. tu.
ror pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way
Btatlona 17:30 a, in., :15 a, m.,
11:30 a. to., i;Xi p. m., S:20 p. i.
6:16 p. m., $9:S u. in.. ttl'.lK p. m.
for Wablava and Lellehua M0:0
a. m., 6:15 d. m., l:J0 p. m., tll:lt
Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku, Wal
aulua and Walanae :3 a. m..
6:l p. m.
Iprllla Hnnnli.t.i .m. w .. ...It
rt -. V ll.HVI.IH MUM r.w jxiiii euu
ar! Clty-t7MB a. in., '8:36 a. m..
-ii.u a, m., -IMU p. ra., M:Z p. m..
5:31 p. m., 7:30 p. m.
Arrive HoaoliiluTrom Wahlawa and
Lellehua 9:1G a. m. tl:4o ,. m ecu
p. m.. IIP: 10 d. m.
Tbb Halolwa Limited, a two-hour
train (unly Oral clasa ticket kinored),
lea. en Honolulu every Sunday at 8:36
a. m.: returnlnr arrives in iinnntiiiu
at 10:10 p. m. The Limited alnpa only
i roan uiiy ana wuiaaae outward,
and Walanae, Walpuhii and I'earJ City
Dally. ttJunda BiceoUl. tuima..
0. P. DKNIHON, r. O. HMITH.
Superintendent, a, , a
lie (In phone numbers arei
WllerUI Veesss till
liuilufii Ottce Wtl
IiubliiM 1b 1881
Bishop & Co.
Commercial ant! Tmcltn'
tetter of Credit issued on
the Bank of California and
The London Joint Stock Bank
Correspondents fat the
American Express Company
and Tboi, Cook A Hon.
Interest allowed on Term
and Savins Bank Deposits.
BANK OF HONOLULU
PAID CAPITAL, 600,000
CLAUS BPRECKEL9 4 CO.
Inritet jour Account and
offers satisfactory service.
Loans at market rates.
Iichanra and Cable trans
fers. Travelers' Credits and
Checks available everywhere.
The Yokohama Specie
Capital (Paid Up) . .Yen 24,000,000
Reserve; Fund Yen 16,600 000
General banking business
transacted. Bavluga accounta for
II and upwards.
Fire and burglar-proof vault,
with Safe Deposit Boiaa for rent
at $2 per year and upwards
Trunks and cuaea to be kept on
custody at moderate rates.
Particular to be applied for.
YD AKAI, Manager.
Honolulu Office, Bethel and Mer
chants Streets. Telephone 2421
and U4. P. U. Box 118.
TWO FORD MACHINES
Juet as good as newt three seats.
One 1200 one S250.
Oahu Machine Shop
301 QUEEN AND RICHARD8 8T8.
Engineering s& Contracting
Boute.Wirina; Bipairing Sapiliet
1187 ALAKEA ST. Hear leretknia
A fall assortment, lisei 84"xt6"
to 48"xl20", and gauei Vn. It U
N- t8 juit to hand.
VTe do sheet metal work of all
kinds, and guarantee satisfaction,
yonr patronage is solicited.
PB0XPT ATTENTION TO JOBBUO
EMMELUTE h CO., LTD.
Phone 1511 145 King Street
i all ran
ftlALBM IN LUMHE.
aXXM A B0MNI0I
'hi ttreat (oanlala
Blank hooka of all Boris, ledgurs, '
etc., manufactured by the llulleiln
Nos. 2, 3, and 4 Crushed Rock
FOR I'CMIINT WORK I'OI'NDATIONH IICHT III.HIJ HTONI1 HQIIAltllH
roil I'NIIIIItl'INNINn AND (MIIIIIINd Allli TUP. IKM'KH ON WHICH VOII
t'AN 1'IN VOIJU I'AITII WITH S.M'IITV OIIDl'.ll PIIOM UK.
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co., Ltd.
HOBIN0ON UUILDINQ . . QUCCN BTHEET
Alexander & Baldwin,
and Insurance Agents
Hawaiian Commercial A Hugar Co.
Ilulku Sugar Company.
Rala Plantation. s
Maul Agricultural Company,
' Ilawallmi Sugar Company.
Kahuku I'lmitutlon Company.
Mcllryde Sugar Company.
J Kuliuliil Railroad Company,
Knual Ttullnay Company.
Haiku Fruit and Parking Company.
Kauai Fruit and Land Company.
Honolulu, T. H.
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION
8UQAR FACTORS AND QENERAL
Ewa Plantation Co.
Walalua Agricultural Oo.. Ltd.
Kotaala Sugar Co.
Walmea Sugar Mill Oo.
Apokaa Sugar Co., Ltd.
Fulton Iron Works or BL Louie.
Babcock Wilson Pumps.
Green's Fuel Economise!.
Mateon Navigation On
Union and National
This wns the on",y on of nil the Fire
ItimirnncR Cniiinn!px with parent of
!lren abroad tn ppy Itn Hun Krunclsco
clafimuilV, after tho hlg lire, with
Anierlcan Murpliia Funds. t
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
General Agents for Territory of
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd
FIRE AND MARINE
Itoyal Inaurauce Co. of Liverpool.
London Aavurance Corporation.
Commercial Union Assurance Co.
Scottish' Dnlrn ft National Ina.
Co. of Kdluhurgh.
Caledonian Iusurance Co. of
American ft Foreign Harlnt Ina.
Chemical Engines and
Pot Sale by
7. A. O I L M A I
n-l.... t..U .1.... -.J ...4 f..4. ...ill
IIUIU BIIJ IIU bUV OBlf Will
save time and money on any character
of grlndina work.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
Agents for Hawaiian Islands
PACIFIC ENIHNEEBINa ,
Consulting, Designing and 0ov
Bridges, Buildingi, Concrete Itrnf
teres. Steel Structures, Sanitary Sys
tems, Beporta and EitimaUs 'on Pro
fenti. Phone 1045.
Pau Ka liana
MOVES THE EARTH
MAJOR DAVIS AND OTHER Y.M.C. A.
WORKERS SPEAK OF NEW MOVEMENT
A tnan no longer has to he loni;
hailed, stoop shouldered and while
faced to ho nn offectle -worker for
the cause of Jemis Christ,
The above statement was marto by
Mnjor A. M. DavlB, U. S. A., chair
man of tho rellgloui work committed
of the Y. M. C. A. durliiK the courno
of bin remark!) In wlilch ho outlined
tho alms of the "Men and HcIIkIoii
irwnrd Movement" at Iho Central
Union church Sunday morning. Ma
jor Davis, with his military bearing,
strong iHTXonnllty and forcible deliv
ery, made n stirring npiical for n
higher inaiilioud, iihyslcal mental and
spiritual, eulogizing the new move
ment which will enlist Iho aid of
men and boys In nctlvo church work.
He further declared that In Ills be
lief tho gentle passive side of the
Dlety Is too much eimilinslzed, over
shadowing the virile, dominant un
til! o. In picturing his conception of
the Christ, Major Davis outlined a
porVonallty of strong -physical as
well ns mental and spiritual attain
ments. Tho subject of his nddrcss
was "The Call of Christ to the Moil
em Man," and his practical expreo'
slons had (o do with tho broader side
of the question, touching upon the
"Men nml ltellglou Forward Move
ment" more an a means to an end
than a dlstlnctUo field of endeavor.
Major DaWB wns preceded by A. 17.
Larimer, who rkiko on the subject
"What Is the Men and Religion For
ward Movement," Charles V. l.ootuls
on "What It Means to the Hoy," and
Paul Super, who outlined the signi
ficance, of tho increment.
Mr. Super said: The Men and lte
llglou Forward Movement Is signif
icant for three reasons.
First, It Is timely. Second, Because
of the truths to be emphasized.
Third, Ilecause of the forces enlisted
First, It Is timely. Timely, because
tills Is n ag3 of great material
wealth, Iho pleasures of which uio
apt to draw ones attention to the
claims of religion, the claims of Uod
on man, and or man on man. Timely,
been n so this Is u time of Interest In
spiritual, as against material, philoso
phy, as is shown by tho Interest in
Cliilstlan Science, mental telepathy,
theosopliy, ami similar , movement's.
This, then is a good time to urge the
claims of a spiritual religion; malc
rlal philosophy beirigMlead. Timely
because there are 3.000,000' fosg'i men
and Iiojh In tho church than women,
and such a movement Is needed to
restore the balunco ioffraentand wo
men in the church. Tho case would
ho equally serious If tho men out
numbered the women. Timely, be
cause thero are great social problems
which must bo solved In' tho light of
the teachings of JesusVnnd in his
spirit. Tho movement i's'-'sigblllcunt
second, because of Iho trutlnj'.to lie,
emphasized. Tiieso aro, evangelism,
the fact of a Savior and man's need
of such a savior. The gosicl mes
sage will be the dominant one. Illble
study, Its lmportnuco for right living,
Inspiration, correction, and commu
nion with God. I'rnyer, tho place
ami power of this greatest force.
Unity of operation, all churches
working together for lllm, In whom
1,11 chin dies bellevo. Social service,
the giving of time, effort and money
to bettering social conditions In the
cities. Tho movement Is significant
third, because of the forces to bo en-!
listed, and already working. These,
are, prayer, strong laymen, money,
the press, experienced ovaugellBts
and singers, and tho forco (hat comes
from uullled effort.
W. T. Gills, the well known press
corresK)iident says of the Movement,
that Its results will be more Import
ant than tho election of a president
or the passage of any law by con
gress, mid characterizes the plan as
the most spectacular In modern reli
gious history In America. Wo may
go farther, and say that It will bo
tho greatest expression of religious
zeal slnco the Crusades, with the con
trast that this nioenient has a prac
tical end, tho application of (he Gos
pel of Jesus Christ to ersoual anil
social problems. Surely wo can sing
In Iho words of the old song, tho Sou
of God goes forth to war, a victory
Tho fart that thero aro Ihreo mil
lion more women and girls In tho
churches of tho United Statos than
men and boys was emphasized as
one of the chief incentives of tho
"Men and Religion Forward Move
ment," nn account was given of tho
convention at which tho movement
wns started, us well as outlines for
Its advancement along the different
lines of work In which tho speakers
aio most Interested.
In dismissing Iho subject for Iho
day, tho Itev. A. A, Kbersolo, stated
that Honolulu Is loo far removed
fiom the mainland to gain the Insola
tion of liaveliug representatives pf
tills work, hut that nveiy cffiiit would
bo Hindi) to keep in lonch wllh It,
and I" piomolo tho cause locally, Itev,
KhciHolu stated that wllh Iho open
ing of tint now V. M. C. A, building
the Hunch people of (his illy would
cnler more hugely Into religious woil
for men niijl boys, bill Unit this would)
soivo iih an IiiikIiis lalher limit nl
llllldl unco In lint newel- Held of ill-'
.I.I.IL.II- 111. l.ll l.lldl.l.l 111.., .. .111.1.. -I
...'l.T.ff. ' I. ....I. ...,, f... (, III-,.-.
Iiii'iit foi liiiiiiedltito ileu'hipmunt lift
H'k 1 ' iA''Bsirn iflnMni 1 iii'i 1r 1 1 ifiailii'lliiVilsl'1 MJlWMtlilii'
tho work was on foot, but that ns yet
no permanent. otgnulzntton had been
'At ,the close,, of tho service; .Miss
ICdllh Collats, tho 'soprano soloist,
sang the song thlch was chosen ns
the otllcial hymn of Iho .".Men and
Religion ForwnVd Movement' and
which was sung over and'oer at the,
convention at which fnttlal' jiLiVih (or
Its development wcro made.
Popular tasto In literature was de
plored by tho Ilcv. David C. Petors
from the pulpit of the Christian
church Sunday evening. The pastor
declared that were he to visit the
homes of his parishioners and Inquire
Into matters of religious nml historic
ImiMirtmico ho would lliitl a woeful
lack of Ignorance, whereas If ho asked
concerning tho latest local or inter
national scandal, he would bo well
supplied with Information. Ho v. Pe
tri s scored the 'eople of tho present
dny who poison their minds with me
diocre literature, and tho newspapers
came In for a shnro of criticism at
his hands. Tho pastor also expressed
dissatisfaction concerning the many
meaningless hymns tha't nru sung In
the churches or various denomina
tions, and declnred that he hopes the.
day not far distant when a new col
lection will be complied, or now ones
Itev. Peters also took occasion to
denounce creeds of whatever ualuie.
"When n chinch adopts n crded It
shuts the door against progress," ho
Tho llev. Doremus Bcuddcr, pastor
of tho Central Union church, has sug'
nested that It would bo a most gra
dons and thoughtful net on tho part
of tho congregation if n number would
write a personal letter of encourage
ment to tho missionary, itev, Phillip
A. Delaliorto, whoso wlfo recently uti
der went a seilous operation In (!er
many. Ills nldress Is: IS Hand
Tlioma sliest, Karlsruhe, lladen, Ger
many, Taking as his theme, "P.rny for the
Peace of Jerusalem; They1 That PriM
perSliall I.ovo .Tlice," tho Rev. Klnnr
Smith, pastor of Iho Methodist Epis
copal church pleached a strong ser
mon In which Interesting 'present day
applications wore mado Sunday
morning. A largo nudlonco was pre
sent. The Kpworjlh league of the Metho
dist Episcopal church held a
cabinet meeting In tho church par
lors lust evening nt 7:30 o'clock,
Monthly business was transacted.
The King's Daughters met Inst
evening with Miss Moyer nt the
V. w. C. A. homestead on King street
Tho Woman's Society of tho Chris
tian church will meet this after
noon wllh Mrs. Weedon.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONEDAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. V. Grove's signature is on
PARIS UEDIUNE CO St. Louie. U & A,
Sealed proosals wilt lid received by
the Loan Fund Commission of the City
und County of Honolulu up to 12
o'clock noun of September' 18, 1911, for
the constructing of twenty-six thou
sand, three hundred llliy-clght and
seven-tenths (2C.318.7) lln. feet of
highway, designated as Section One of
the-Ouhu licit ltoail, and extending
from Iho north end of tha Ileela rice
lipids to the Walahole bridge. In the
district of Koolaupoko, City and Coun
ty of Honolulu.
Proposals shall be nn forms furnish
ed by the Commission.
Kadi bidder shall state In his pro
posal: 1, A.speclflc sum .for which ho will
furnish nit labor, tools, and material.
except as specified to be furnished by
the City and County of Honolulu, nec
essary to complcta the work in accord
ance with the plans und specifications.
2. The. tlhiH within which ho will
ugree to comidete tho work.
Proposals shall be In a sealed en
velope, addressed to T. II. Petrle, Sec
retury of the Loan Fund Commission,
city und County of Honolulu, and
plainly inarkid nn the outside, "Pro
posal for the' Construction of Section
One, Oahu licit Itoad." '
All proposals shall be accompanied )iy
u certified chetk us provided for In the
specifications for u sum eipial to llvo
per cont.-(a;)bf the iim'tftTh't Of 'pro
jioiul. '! t0 t
The Coninilsslnii reserves tho rlnht to
reject any or ull lilds und to waive uny
Plans, Specifications and Forms can
bo had on application to tint Fnglneer
of the Commission, ltoom 10 Mclntyrs
llillldlug. A deposit of Ten Dollars
(110 00) will bu required on each set
of plans mid peclllcntlon.
Chairman, l.u.in Fund Commission,
City and t'oiiuly of Honolulu.
MlO-Ailif. "J7, 27, 2s, Vi, 30, 31j Hept,
1, , i'C 27.
VKMILt TO ARRIVI
' Wednesday, Sept. 27.
,l(nwn,ll' via Maul "ports Cluudlne,
stmr. , ,' ,
Kauai ports W. 0. Hall, stmr.
Friday, 8pt. 29.
Hongkong via Japan ports Man
churia, P. M. S. S.
San Francisco Rlerra, O. B- 8.
Saturday, Sept. 30. ' "
llllo via way ports Mauna Kea,
Kalinl ports Nooau, stmr.
Tuesday, Oct. 3.'
San Francisco Wllhelmlim, M. N.
San Francisco Shlnyo Maru, Jap.
Wednesday, Oct. 4.
Manila via Nagasaki, Japan Lo
gan, U. S. A. T
Friday, Oct. 6.
Hongkong via Japiu jKirts Chlyo
Maru, Jap. stmr.
Tuesday, Oct. 10.
Sydney via Auckland nnd Suva
Zealandla, C.-A. S. S.
San Francisco Siberia, P. M. S. S.
Wednesday, Oct. 11.
Vnncouer and Victoria Mukura,
C.-A. S. S. , ,
Thursday! Oct. 12.
Son Francisco Thomas, U. S. A.
Tuesday, Oct. 17.
San Frn'iiclsco-lilnn, p. M. 8. S.
Wednesday, Oct. IB. ''
nn Francisco Lurline, M. N. 8. 8.
, . . .Friday,, Oct. 20. . .
Ban Francisco sierra, O. 8. 8.
', Saturday, Oct. 21.
Hongkong via Japan tiorts Mongo
lia, P. SI. S. 8.
Central and South American ports
Hongkong Maru, Jap. stmr.
Monday, Oct. 23.
San Francisco Honolulan, M. N.
San Francisco Manchuria, P. M.
Tuesday, Oct.. 31.
San Francisco Wllhelmina, M. N.
San Frnnclsco Chlyo Maru, Jap.
I VEMCLS TO DIPART
Tuesday, Sept. 26.
Kauai pors Klnau, stmr., G p. m.
Maul, Molokal and Lnnal ports
Mlkalialastmr., G p. m. J,
San Francisco Lurline, M, N. 8. a
C p. m.
Thursday, 8ept, 28.
Mare Igland-'Annnpotls, 'U. 8. 8.
Friday, Sept. 29.
Kona and Kau ports Mauna Loa,
Kauai ports w. O. Hall, stmr., C
Hawaii via Maul ports Cluudlne,
stmr., C p hi.,
San Francisco Manchuria, P. M.
Tuesday, Oct. 3.
Japan ports and Hongkong Shlnyo
Maru, Jap. stmr.
San Francisco Honolulan, M. N.
Wednesday, Oct. 4.
Ran Francisco Logan, U. S. A. T.
San Francisco Sierra, O. 8. 8.
Wednesday, Oct. 25.
San Francisco Sierra, O. 8. 8.
Friday. Oct. 0.
San Francisco Chlyo Mam. Jap
Tuesday, Oct. 10.
Japan ports and Hongkong Sibe
ria, P. MJ 8.' 8.
Vancouver nnd Victoria Zealandla,
C.-A. S. 8.
Wednesday, Oct. 11.
Svdncy via Auckland and Fanning ,
Island Maktira, C.-A..S. S. .
San Francisco Wllholnilna. M. N.
Thursday, Oct. 12. '
Manila via Guam Thomas, ill, 8.
Saturday, Oct. 21.
San Francisco Mongolia, P, M. S.
'Monday, Oct. 23.
Japan ports and Hongkong Man
churia, P. M. 8. S.
Tuesday, Oct. 24.
San Francisco Lurllno, M. N. 8. 8.
Wednesday, Oct. 25.
San Francisco Sierra, O. 8, 8., 10
Japan jiortp and Hongkong Hong
kong Main, Jap. stmr.
Friday, Oct. 27.
San Francisco Nippon Mam, Jap.
stmr, -. ...
Tuesday, Oct. 31.
Japan ports' ami Hongkong Chlyo
Maru, Jap stmr. ' '
San Fiunclsco llonolnl.iji, m. H.
Mails are due :rom 'the following
points aa follows:
Yokohama 'Manchuria. Sent.
Victoria Makuru, "Oct. U.
uoionies .euiandla, Oct. JO.
Malta will depart for the following
points aa follows;
Yokohama Khlnyo Maru, Oct. 3.
Vancouver Zealandla, Oct. in.
Han Frnnclsco I.urllne, Ropt, 20.
Sydney Makiha, Oct. l,
1'larc your hand 11 11 Hie puUo of
Honolulu's bllklliees Hiirlil liv lielinr
n I'oimlunt render of I lie Want Ad
Hetllou of Hit) II u 1 1 0 1 1 It.