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IE; EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, OCT. 23, 1911.
11 Oceanic Steamship Company Alexander & Baldwin,
Iff' j ' 1 LIMITED
HE' L.av. S. P. Arrive H.n I ..... U... A..lu. a. P. I Iltblllfc4 la 1811 I '
ST , OCTOUKIl 14 ... OCTOHEIl 20 OCTOW3U 2G OCTOBER 31
1; NOVEMUKR 4.... NuVKMURK 10 NOVEMBER 15.. ...NOVEMBER 21
PP' NOVEMBER 25 . . DECEMBER 1 DECEMBER G DECEMBER 12
."' DECEMBER 16 DECEMBER 22 DECEMBER 27 JANOAltY 2
Kli1 . JANUARY 0 JANUARY 12 JANUARY 17 JANUARY 22
SQ firit class, ilnglr, 8. p. 9110 nrst
, Pacific Mail Steamship Co.,
Btrnmem of the above company will
on or .bout the dales mentioned below:
FOR THE ORIENT.
8. 8. China October 17
8. 8. Manchuria October 23
8. 8. Mongolia November 13
8. 8. Persia December 8
For general Information apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd, agents
Steamer of the above Company will
bout tha dates mentioned below:
FOR THE ORIENT.
8. 8. Chlyo Miru OeterSI
S. 9. Nippon Maru November 21
8. 8. Tanyo Maru November 28
8. S. Shinyo Maru December 19
Matson Navigation Company
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN 8AN FRANCISCO AND HONOLULU
FROM SAN FRANCI8CO. FOR SAN rRANCISCO.
8. S. Lurllna October 18 S. 8. Lurline October 24
8. 6. Wilhetmina October31 S. S. Wilhelmina November 8
S S. Lurline November 15 6. 8. Lurline November 21
S. 8. Wilhelmina November 28 S. 8. Wilhelmina December 6
8. 8. Lurline December 13 S. S. Lurline December 19
8. S. HONOLULAN of this tin sails from Seattla for Honolulu direct
on or about OCTOBER 21, 1911.
For further particular!, apply to
CASTLE 4 COOKE, LTD.. General Ac enti, Eonoluli
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
FOR FIJI AND AU8TRALIA. FOR VANCOUVER.
S. S. 7.EALANDIA... .NOVEMBER 8 H. S. MARAMA NOVEMBER 7
S S MAItAMA Di:Oi:.MIlKIl 6 S. S. MAKURA DECEMBER B
S. S. MAKURA JANUARY 3 S. 8. ZEALANDIA JANUARY 2
IHEO H. DAYIEI CO., LTD.. GENERAL AQEHTi.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
FROM NEW YORK TO HONOLULU
Via TehuaMepec, every alxth day. Freight received at all timet at tha Com
pany's wharf, 41st Stroet, South Brooklyn.
FROM SEATTLE OR TAC0MA TO HONOLULU DIRECT
8. 8 to tail about NOVEMBER ..
8. S to tail about NOVEMBER ..
For further Information apply to H. HACKFELD A CO, LTD, agents,
Honolulu. C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent.
Phone 2295 Reaches
Hustace-Peck Co.. Ltd.
ALL KINDS OF ROCK AND SAND FOR CONCRETE WORK.
FIREWOOD AND COAL.
63 QUEEN STREET P. O. BOX 211
The B. F. Dillingham Co.
ensral Agent for Hawaii!
nilai Asauranct Company of Loitdon.
New York Underwriters' Agtncy.
Vavldonce Washington (nturanc. Co.
tth FLOOR, 8TANUENWALD BLDG.
Is not Luxury; It la a rucieslty.
ut you Mutt hava tha BEST
and tii.it Is provided jy th famous
ind moat equitable Laws of Massa
chusetts, In the
I New England Mutual
I :-: Life Insurance Co.
F ' ' OF iOSrON. MASSACHUSETTS.
I ,f '
jr" '.' If y.u would b fully Informed about
K Hism laws, addr.ss
IJL WUILt a lAVIAL, ..eaph0B.B.
il aaiNKRAL AQENT. T4ltrUI VU.es, !,
Mi - t . , ., HONOLULU, T. H. Baslaeis OSes WM, ' HOBINSON
ml' ' "
taW t IWMI MaMHtWHMtWttlMnmlnM 'TOMIT lilasVnBiMalnlWla QT
class, round (rip, San FraneUe.
A CO., LTD., Gtneral Agenti.
call at Honolulu and leav. thtt port
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
8. S. Mongolia October 21
8. S. Persia November 10
8 8. Korea November 18
8. 8. Siberia December 1
rail at and leava Honolulu on or
FOK SAN FHANCIBCO.
S. 8. Nippon Maru October 27
S. 8. Tenyo Maru November 3
8. 8. Slunyo Maru November 24
8. 8. Chiyo Maru December 22
CA8TLE 4 COOKE, LIMITED,
Oahu Railway Time Table
Fur WeJanai, Walalua, Kahuku and
Way Stations :1B a. m., 3:20 p. to.
For Poarl City, Ewa Mill and Way
mauon t,:3u a. m., "Pile a, m.
11:30 a. m 2:16 p. tn., 3:20 p. ai.,
5:i5 p. si., tiise d. m.. tiitiE p. m,
For Wablawa and Lellsliua lOsz'O
a. m., 5:15 d. at., 1:I0 p. tn., UliU
Arrive Honolulu from Kahoku, Wal
aulua and Walanas 9:3 a. m.
5:3i p. m.
Arrive Honolulu froa fewa Mill and
pearl City-17:45 a. m., 8:3 a. to.
11:02 a. tn., l:so p. m., M:28 p. m.
5:31 p. m., 7:30 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu roin Wahlawa and
ieuenua ;ib a. in.. tl: p. m., a5:3J
v, m., iv;ju p. m.
The ilalelwa Limited, a two-hour
truln (only flrst class ticket honored),
lea.es Honolulu every Bunday at 8:38
a. m.; returning, arrives In Honolulu
at llClu p. m. The Limited atnne unlv
at Pearl City and Walaoae outward,
and Walanae, Wal pah u and Peart City
Dally. tSunday iiceptevi,
Q. P. DBNIflON, F. O. HMITH.
Superintendent. a P. A
Bishop & Co.
Commercial ani Travelers'
Letters of Credit limed en
the Bank of California and
The London Joint Stock Bank
Correspondent! for t k a
American Express Company
and Thos. Ccok A Ion.
Interest allowed on Term
and Eavint:i Bank Deposit!.
BANK OF HONOLULU
PAID CAPITAL, 1600,000
CLAUS SPKECKELS A CO.
Invites your Account and
of ere satisfactory serrios.
Loans at market rate i.
Exehani and Cable trans
fers. Travelers' Credits and
Checks available everywhere.
The Yokohama Specie
HKAI) OFFICE... YOKOHAMA
Capital (Paid Up).. Ten 24,000,000
Reserve Fund Yen 16,600 000
Ooneral banking bualneaa
(tansacted. Savlugs accounts for
fl and upwards.
Fire and burglar-proof vault,
with Safe Deposit Boxes for rent
at $2 per year and upwards
Irunks and cases to be kept on
custody at moderate rates.
Particulars to be applied for.
' I'D AKAI, Manager.
Honolulu Office, Bethel and Mer
chants Streeta. Telephone 2421
nd IC4. P. O. Box 18.
TWO FORD MACHINES
Jutt at good at n.wj three seats.
One 200 on. 1250.
Oahu Machine Shop
301 QUEEN AND RICHARDS 8T8.
Engineering ajJ Contracting
Houie-Wirinr Bjpairing Snailies
SA ST. Near Berttania
A foil assortment, sites SV'ilf
to 48"xl20", and rauiei . If U
n- its jnu io nana.
Wc ao sheet metal work ot all
kinds, and guarantee satisiastiom.
Yonr patronage is solicited.
FS0MFT ATTENTION TO J0BBMQ
EMUEL0TH A CO.. LTD.
Phone 1811 US King Street
M ALL VMM.
IIAL1II IX LDM1U.
aLLXX a Koiunox.
fuesa trst : oanltjla
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by the Uulletin
IN Till! MATTKR OF CIVIC PHIDH. IN COMPAHISON WITH TI1K
815513 THI3IU3 AHI3 MOHI3 CI3MKNT HIDI3WAI.KH TIIHIin THAN HI3IU3,
AND YI3T THIOUi: IS NO SUPPLY OF NUM1IDR TWO, TIlltDD ANI
FOUR CHITHIII3D P.OCIC L1K13 OURB.
Honolulu Construction! & Graying Co., Ltd.
Hawaiian Commercial & flugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maul Agricultural Company.
Ilawalltm Hugur Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Mcllryile Sugar Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Knual Hallway Company.
Haiku fruit and Packing- Company.
Kauai Fruit and I-nnd Company.
Honolulu, T. H.
8HIPPINO AND COMMISSION
8UQAR FACTORS AND GENERAL
Rkb Plantation Co.
Walalua Agricultural (Jo., Ltd.
Kohala Sugar Co.
Walmea Sugar Mill Co.
Apokaa Sugar Co., Ltd.
Fulton Itno Works or 8L Unria.
Babcoci A Wilson Punips.
Oreen'a Fuel Kcouomticrs.
Matsou Navigation Co
C. Brewer & Co., Ijtd.
SHJPPINO, COMMISSION AND
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
II. I" UiailOl' President
QKO. If. ROIIKRTSON
.VIcH-PrcxIdent and Manager
W. NORTH Treasurer
RICHARD lVnitS Secretary
J. R. (IAI.T Auditor
OHO. It. CARTKR Director
It. A. I'OOKK Director
A. (lAim-HY Director
Chemical Engines and
For Sale by
Honolulu Iron Works
Agents and Manufacturers of
STEAM ENGINES and BOILERS
Consulting, Designing and da-
Bridges, Buildings, Coneret Itrns
tares, Steel Structures. Sanitary Sys
tems, Jteports and Estimates, on Fro
feeti. Phone 1040.
Pau Ka Hana
MOVE8 THE EARTH
W. C. Achi
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Kapiotanl Building Honolulu, i". H
P. O. Box 606
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
INTERPRETER, NOTARY PUBLIC
Office Oorner Hotel and Smith Sts.
P. O. Box 946. Phon. 2542.
P. H. BURNETTE
Commlttioner of Deeds for California
tnd New York NOTARY PUBLIC)
Grantt Marriage Licenses) Draws Mort
gages, Deeds, Bills of Sale, Leases,
IWills, etc. Attorney for th. District
Courts. 79 MERCHANT ST, HONO
LULU. PHONE 184ft.
Thinks Change In Form of
Government Should Bo
AtuonR the very first mthjects touch
cd on by David Starr Jordan after ho
had landed from tho Btcamer Satur
day and had greeted tha host uf friends
that had coma to meet him was tho
blttiutlon in China. He said:
"I think that the ntlcmpt to cstnb
llxli a Hopubllcnn form of government
In China Is n inHlaUe. That form ol
government Is micli n radical dcp.ir
turu from tha preKent Hyntcin, that
with so Utile knowledge amone; Iho
Clilncso ico)lo ot lt!i principles, thoao
who Innc Kat up Rtlch ii (;ournmeut
may llml It lias licen n nilstakc."
Tho streiiuoua part of tho revolu
tion In China has happened since l)r
Jordan left tho HhorcH of tho Far
ICaal, hut there wore rtimhlliiRHcnouKh
leforo that tlnio to Interent tlioso who
keep In touch with world nffulrit, mid
especially so with Dr. Jordan who in
an ndvocato of peace.
"I hae spent nbout nevon weeks In
Japan and Korea. My main purpose
was to get III touch with ,1110 public
opinion of Japan In relation to the
world's peace. 1 was rIvou every op
IHirtuiilty for such study," continued
Know Cost of War.
"Tho Jupaucso people from lato ex-
lerlcuce, reullzo better than most
olliera the horror and wnsla of ii
great wur, and the burden of Increas
ed taxes. The necessary result of
war presses heavily.
"In the subject ot International
pence, I found great Interest. The
Baino currents of thought flow
throughout the world.
Peace and Prosperity.
"1 spoke specially on tho cost of
wnr, moral, financial and physical; the
cost of war armament and tho posi
tion of bondage In which nations arm
ed on borrowed money find them
selves. I maintained that no nation
can have n great army, a great navy,
a great war debt ntnl n prosperous
people. Sho may have, nny two of
theso elements, but not nil four.
"So far ns Japan is qoncerned, her
rulers look forward to tho future.
They have tried to guard themselves
against surprises by cxtcnslvo army
and navy preparations, but they nei
ther expect nor desire war' with any
From America, sho hopes that she
bo not subjected to needless humilia
tion or Injustice. Her people lecog
nlzo (lint (though at times a bit es
tranged), her closest friend as well us
best customer in America.
"Japan's) statesmen are men of
world training and world knowledge
Thoy know that every Interest of Ja
pan In served by closo and sympathe
tic relations with Iho United States.'
Thero were fully two hundred
friends and membcrn at the University
Club to greet Dr. Jordan Saturday
evening and they listened to a most
Interesting talk on the peace measures
of the world.
HOM.INORn In Honolulu, October
20, 1911, to Mr. and Mrs. Ilcu Hoi
linger, n daughter.
Modern bath room fittings and ev
erytlilng in the plumbing lino at John
Nott's. "The Pioneer Plumber."
Union-Pacific Transfer Co.
handles your baggage it
gets on the right steamer
Office, King 8t, n.xt Young Hotel Telephones 1874 and 1875
Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Co.
i And the
Pelton Water Wheel Co.
ARI3 IN A POSITION TO SUI1MIT PROPOSALS AND 11130
OMMI3NDATIONR COVEItINO Till! Di:T.LOI'MI3NT OF ANY
iivDno-r.i.ncTiuc pnojncT, lauqd or small.
Cornerstone of Carnegie Gift
Laid With Mission of Struc
The spirit of n broad cltliclishlp, of
(icvclopmcnt In education and higher
clvllirutlon, was tlm thcnio,,!!! which
Iho raiicrstanc of tho new Carncglo
library was laid last Sntuiclay after
The occasion was given distinct tea
lilies by the fact that tho ceremonies
of cornerstone lalng were cairicd on
by the .M.isonlc fraternity, the Knight
Templar und members of Hawaiian,
Oceanic and Honolulu lodges partici
pating. Shortly before hair past two
tho frutcrnalintn, beaded by tho Ha
waiian band, marched from the Ma
ionic Tcmplo to tlio site of Iho now
library, where a largo crowd had gath-.
eied. On tho platform wcru Governor
Kienr, A. Lewis, Jr., chairman of the
building committee, President David
Starr Jordan of Stanford University,
Chief Justice Robertson and others.
Tho program began with nn Invo
cation by Dr. Scuddcr, followed by
"Old Hundred" from tho band. Then
Mr. Lewis dellvored the library tetn
porarlly Io tho Marons for tho corner
stone ceremony. In bis speech of
delivery, Mr. Lewis spoke briefly and
to tho point on tho history of Iho
library and Its meaning to tho com
munity, dwelling eloquently on Itn edu
catlonal force. Worshipful Master J.
II. Tucker, tespondlng briefly for tin
Masons, Bxike of what Masonry
means, and went through tho ceremo
nial of delivering bin orders to thoso
who laid the stone.
President Jordan Sioke, his theme
touching not only on tho library mis
sion but on larger questions of pub
lic policy, after which the cornersloiii!
was laid according to the Masonic
ritual on such occasions.
Following this It. O, Matheson de
livered nn nddrcsH accepting tho gift
of tho llbrnry for the community. Ho
emphasized tho following:
"Our schools nro growing bctto
with each term, but I do not believe
that wc may say Hint the cornerstouo
of this Territory and by that I mean
the Intelligence of the electorate Is
laid plumb and square and true until
we spend at least ns much tiion tho
public schools ns wo spend fur boozo
ami smokes. The education ot tho
children of the foreigners In Ilnwatl
Is a necessity and should comb ahead
of the luxuries. I think that automo
biles have now becomo necessities, but
certainly tobacco and drinks have not.
We must have brains In our govern
ment as well as In our business. We
must have leading citizens ready to
follow the examples set by tlioso wTto
founded Kawliluliao, thoso who knew
that to help meant work and trlnht
Benediction by tho Ilev. taopold
Kroll completed tho ceremonies.
RIFLES HAVE COME FOR
HAWAII RIFLE ASSN.
The rifles that tho Hawaii Illllo As
sociation lint, been expecting for so
long arrived Wednesday morning on
tho steamer I.urllne.
They will be taken from tho park
ages as soon ns possible and dlstrlb
uted among (lie members. If possible
a shoot l-i to bo held next Sunday at
Inter-li'ond and O. P ft L. sblpplni
'books for salr at tb Dulletl
offlnp ,0. Mpeh
Electric Co.. Ltd.
VKSSELt TO ARRIVI
Monday. Oct. 23.
Ban Francisco Kntcrprlse, M, N.
San Kranclsco Mnnchurla, P. M.
S. S. ,
Central and South American ports
Hongkong Maru, Jap. stlnr,
Wednesday, Oct. 25.
Hawaii via Maul ports Clnudliie,
Kauai ports l.tkeliko. stmr.
Saturday, Oct. 28,
Hllo via way ports Manna Kea,
Sunday, Oct. 29.
Knunl portB Klnau, stmr.
Maul, Moloknl and I-iiml ports
Sallnn Cruz via Sar. Kranclsco
iBtlilininnn, A.-II. S. S.
Tuesday, Oct. 31.
San Francisco Wlllielmlna, M. N.
San Francisco Chlyo Maru, Jap.
VESSELS TO DEPART
Monday, Oct 23.
Japan ports and Hongkong Man
churia,' P. M. S. 8.. 6 p. m.
'Kauai jKirts Noeau, slmr., E p. m.
Tuesday, Oct. 24.
San Francisco Lurline, M.' N. S. S.
d p. tn.
Island ports and Sallna Cruz Ne-F
braskmi, A:-H. S. tt.
Hllo via way ports Manna Kea,
:itmr 10 n. tn.
Maui, Molokal and Lanal ports
Mlkuhala, stmr., Ii p. ra.
Kauai orts Klnau, slmr., 5 p. m.
Thursday, Oct. 26.
Knual jKirts W. 0. Hall, stmr., 5
Wednesday, Oct. 25. ,
Ran Francisco Sierra, O. S. S., 10
Japan ports nd Hongkong Hong
kong Mai u, Jap. Btinr.
Friday, Oct. 27.
San Francisco Nippon Maru. Jap.
Tuesday, Oct. 31.
Japan ports and Hongkong Chlyo
Mnru, Jap. slmr.
San Francisco Honoliilafl, M. N.
S. S. '
Mana are due rrom taa rollowina
points as follows
Sim Francisco Chlyo Mnru, Oct. -.I,
Yokohama Tenyo Mnru. Nov. 3,
Victoria Zealandla, Nov. 8.
Colonics Marania, Nov. 7.
Malls will depart for tha following
points as follows:
Yokohama Manchuria, Oct. 23.
Vancouvei- Marama, Nov. 7.
San Francisco Sierra, Oct. LT.
Sydney Zealandla, Nov. 8.
Dlx, soiled for Manila, Sept. 29,
Logan, sailed from Manila, Oct, 14.
Sherman, Balled from Honolulu for
Manila, Oct. 13.
Sheridan, sailed from Honolulu, for
San Francisco, arrived Oct. 1G.
Crook, arrived S. F. Apr. 13.
Iliiford, sailed from Honolulu for San
Frunclsco, arrived Aug. H.
Wnrrcn Stationed ut the Philippines.
Thomas nt San Francisco to sail for
Manila, Nov. S.
Per stmr. Mauna Ken, for Hllo via
way ports, Oct. 24. A. It.,Ourry, Mrs.
Sadler, Mrs, Emma I.lllls, F. Kennedy,
C. W, Ashford, Miss Douglas, Miss
Ilelchcr, E. C. Schenkel, a., II. Nor
ton, S. S. Pnxson, H. W. niggs, C
Louis, Mrs. O. II. Oullck, A. T. Iluck,
Dr. O. II. Hudily, Mrs. Huddy. Mrs.
Per stmr, Klnau, for Kauai ports,
Oct. 24. Oeo. Peka, IL W. F. Purvis.
Mrs. Purvis, S. W. Wilcox, Mrs. Wil
cox, Miss E. Illshop, J, p. Cooko A.
SI3ALI3D TDNDEIIS will be recelv
(d by tho Superintendent of Publlo
Works Up until 12 in. of Tuesday, Oc
tober 31, 1911, for constructing A W3S
I3RVOIK ON AI.13WA IU3IOIIT8 for
the Honolulu Water Works
1'luiiH, Hpeclncutlons nnd blank pro-
poials nro on lilt. In tho ollleo of IIih
Superlnteiidvnt of Publlu Works, Cup-
The Superintendent of Public Works
remrves the right to reject any or all
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, October 13, lfill,
On and after October 2, 1911. and
until further notice, the Uvrnloo ''
lllbhop Museum will be open to tin'
publlo from 10 a. m. to 4 p. in. dully
except Sunduys, Wednesdays and th
four yearly holidays Decoration Do.
Independence Day. Thanksgiving Vt
and Christinas Day. No permits to
visit tho museum will be issued M
pashenuers on through steamers ''
Wednesdays ns formerly.
11Y OHDI3K-OF THE TRUSTKI3S.
September 1, 1911. C020-M)