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' I. 'ft f, - '' 8 EVHNINO I1ULLI3TIN, HONOLULU, T. H THURSDAY, JULY 0, 1908. f - 4 .? t Oceanic Steamship Company TIME The steamer of thla line will FROM SAH FRANCISCO: ALAMI2DA JULY 10 ALAMHDA JULY IB ALAMHDA JULY 31 'ALAMEDA AUG. S ALAMEDA AUG. 21 ALAMEDA AUO. 20 NOTICE. On and after June 21th, 1008, the SAIOON RATES will ' be as follows: Single Fnre, $65; Round Trip, $110. Family room extra. in connection with the tatting of the above iteamere, the agenti are prepa-rd to Issue the Intending paitengere, coupon through tickets, by any railroad from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New York by any steamship line to all European ports. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY, TO Wn Go Irwin & Co., Ltd .OCEANIC 8. S. CO. GENERAL AGENTS. Pacific Mail Steamship Co. Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co., and Toyo Kisen Kaisha Stsamsrs of the above companies will n or about the dates bslow mentioned: FOR JAPAN AND CHINA: ASIA JUNE 30 MONGOLIA JULY 6 llONGICONO MAKU JULY 18 KOftRA JUNE 29 FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO He Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.. AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY. FROM NEW YORK. TO HONOLULU. Weekly Sailings Tin Tchuantepcc Freight received at all times at the Company's Wharf, 41st Street, South Drooklyu. rnOM HONOLULU TO SAN FHAN- CISCO, ALABKAN JUNE 27 ARIZON'AX JULY 18 FROM SAN FRANCISCO TO HONO LULU DIRECT. TEXAN JULY 1 VIRGINIAN JULY 16 Freight received nt Company' wharf, Greenwich Street. Canadian-Australian Royal Mali StemmMhip Company. Steamers of the above line, running In connection with the CANAD IAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between E. W., and celling at Victoria, B. C Honolulu and Suva, Fiji, and Brie bant, are DUE AT HONOLULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.: FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA: FOR VANCOUVER! MANUKA JUNE 261 MARAMA JULY 24'AORANOt JULY 22 AORANG1 AUO. 22 MANUKA AUO. 19 Will call at Fanning Inland. MARAMA SEPT. 15 Through Tickets limed from Honolulu to Canada, Unltod States and Europe. For Freight and Passage and all general Information, apply to Theo. H. Baies S Co., Lid. General Agents. Matson Navigation Company The S. S. "HILONIAN" and LURLINE" of this line, carrying pas scngers nad freight, will run in a direct service between this port and San Francisco, sailing and arriving on or about the following dates: ARRIVE HON0. LEAVE HONO. S. S. "HILONIAN" JULY 8th JULY Hth S. S. "LURLINE" JULY Kith JULY 28th S. S. "HILONIAN" AUG. Eth AUO. 11th S. 8. "LURLINE" AUG. 19th SEPT. 1st S. S. "HILONIAN" SEl'T. 2ml SEPT. 8th Passenger Bates to S. F.: First Cabin, SCO: Ronnd Trip First Class $110.00 For farther particulars apply to CASTLE & COOKE, LTD., Agents. Union -Pacific Transfer Co., Ltd. Furniture and Piano Moving. Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd. Phone 283. DRAYMEN 63 Queen Street. P. 0. Box 218. Estimates Given on all kinds of teaming. .aslJ I" " Dealers in IltCrTiiOD, STOVE, STEAM AND BLACKSMITH COAL. CRUSHED BOCK, BLACK AND WHITE SAND, GARDEN SOU. HAY, GRAIN, CEMENT, ETC. Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year Past Schooner CONCORD Sailing for KAPUNA, HONOIPU, KAJXUA and HOOKENA Zzom Sorcnson's Wharf,' Apply on Board or to HAWAHAN BALLASTING CO., Agt Telephone 300, Maunakea St- below King. P. O. iJos 820. mm ULLETIN AD8. PAY. 1M TABLE arrive and leav thli part as hereunder: FOR SAN FRANCISCO: 5 call at Honolulu and leave this port FOR 8A.I FRANCISCO: KOKEA JULY 7 AMERICA MAIIU JULY 17 SIBERIA JULY 27 CHINA AUG. 1 FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA TO HONOLULU DIRECT. AR1ZONAN JUNE 2 J ALASKAN JULY 19 For further Information apply to H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD., Agents Honolulu. C. F. MORSE, General Frolght Agent. Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N. Baggage Shipping Storage Wood Picking Coal 58 Ask Your Grooer FOR Pau-Ka-Hana Soap HONOLULU SOAP WORKS CO., Ltd. FRED. L. WALDRON, Agt. ESTABLISHED IN 18M. Bishop & Co. ANKERS. Commercial and Travelers' Letters of Credit issued on the Bank of California and The LondonJoint Stock Bank, Ltd., London. Correspondents for the American Express Company and Thos Cook & Son. Interest allowed on term and Savings Bank Deposits. Claus Sprocket. Wm. Q. Iiviln Claus Spreckels & Co. - BANKERS. HONOLULU, : I I T. H. San Francisco Agent The Ne ada National Bank of San Francisco. Draw Exchang on the Nevada Na tional Dank ot San Francisco. London The Union ot London and Smith'? Dank, Ltd. New York American Exchange National Dank. Chicago Corn Exchange National Sank. Paris Credit Lyonnalt. Hongkong and Yokohama Hongkong-Shanghai Banking: Corporation. New Zealand and Australia Bank ot Now Zealand and Bank ot Austra lasia, Victoria and Vancouver Bank ot British North Amo.-lca. Deposits received. Loans made on appro ed security. Commercial and Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills ot Exchange bought and sold. Collection Promptly Accounted Par. The First AMERICAN SAVINGS AND TRUST GO. OF HAWAII, LTO. SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL.. 1200,000.00 PAID UP CAPITAL 1100400.00 Presldsnt Cecil Brown Vice President M. P. Robinson Cashier L. T. Peek Office: Corner Fort and King Stt. 8AVINQ8 DEPOSIT received and Interest allowed tor yearly deposits at the rate ot 414 pec cent per annum. Hales and regulation furnished upon application. Tho Yokohama Specie Bank, Limited Established 1880 Capital (Paid up)... Ten 24,000,000 Reserved Fund Ten 16,060,000 Special Reserved Fund. Yen 2,000,000 HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA. Branches and Agencies: Toklo, Kobe, Osaka, Nagasaki, London, Lyons, New York, San Frau clsco, Bombay, Hongkong, Shanghai, Hankow, Chefoo, Tientsin, Peking, Newchang, Dalny, Port Arthur, An-tung-IIslen, Llaoyang, Mukden, Tlen ling, Changchun. The Bank buys and receive ror collection bills ot exchange, Issues Drafts and Letter of Credit, and transact a general banking buslneea. Honolulu Branch, 67 S. King Street, Oahu Railway Time Table. OUTWARD. sror Walanae, Watalua, Kahuku and Way Btattons 9:16 a. m.. 3:20 p. m. vnr Paurl filtv. Ewa Mill and Way stations t7:30 a. m., 9:16 a. m., 11:05 a. in., z;w p. m., a-.iv i. w., 6:15 p. m.. ya:30 p. m., tll:00 v. m. For Wahlawa 9:16 a. m. and 6:16 p. m. uwinn. ir.iv. Unnnlnli: f-rm Kahuku. Wai alua and Walanao '8:35 a. in., -d. I" ... ..... M Arrne In Honolulu rrom ewa. aim and Pearl City 17:48 a. m., -b:bu r. m.. 10:88 a. m.. 1:40 n. m., 4:81 I p. m., 'Bssi p. ra., 7:S0 p. m. Arrive uonomiu irora wuiawu 8:36 a. m. anj 6:31 p. m. Dally. tEx. Sunday. tSundaj Only. The Halelwc Limited, a two hour train (only first-class tickets bon ored). leaven Honolulu every Bunday at 8:22 a. m.; returning, arrives In Honolulu at 10:10 p. in. The Limited Eton only at Pearl Cltr and Walanae. O. P HENISON, F. O. SMlTHj I ' D'H .i-tfii. . 41exander & Baldwin LIMITED. J. P. COOKE Manager OFFICERS AND DIRECTOR!; H. P. Baldwin President J. B. Castle Vice President W. M. Alexander.. Second Vic Pres. 3. P. Cook Third Vice Pres. J. Waterhouse Treasurer E. E. Paxton Secretary W. O.'Bmith Director Q. B. Carter Director W. R. Castle Director SUGAR FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS and INSURANCE AGENTS Affcnti for Hawaiian Commercial & Sogar Co. Haiku Suffar Comnanv. Paia Plantation. Maui Agricultural Company. Kihei Plantation Comnanv. Hawaiian Sugar Company. Kahuku Plantation Company. Kahului Railroad Company. Ualeakala Banch Company, Honolna Banch. Castle & Cooke, Ltd Honolulu, T. H. SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MEB, CHANTS, SUGAR FACTORS and GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS representing Ewa Plantation Co. Waialua Agricultural Co., Ltd. Kohala Sngar Co. Waimea Sugar Mill Co. Apokaa Sugar Co., Ltd. Fulton Iron Works of St Louis Blake Steam Puups Weston's Centrifugals Babcoek & Wilcox Boilers Green's Fuel Economizers Marsh Steam Pumps Matson Navigation Co. Planters' .Line ampping mo. Wh. i. Irwii & Co., Ltt WM. Q. IRWIN. ..President and Mgr. jno. n. SPRECKELS.. let Vic Pre. W. M. OIFFARD 2d Vie Pre. H. M. WHITNEY Tressurr RICHARD IVERS Sor4ry W. F. WILSON Auditor SUQAR FACTORS and COMMISSION AGENTS &nnti ffAP Oceanic Steamship Co., Sin Franeleoo, cat. Western Sugar Refining Co, tan Bfi.an.'iar-n- Cat. Baldwin Locomotive Works, Phlla- aeipnia. pa. Newall Universal Mill Co. Manufac turers of National can ch..HJu. Klaui Vnrk. N. V. Paclfle Oil Transportation Co, San Francisco, uai. C. Brewer & Co., Ltd. QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU, T. H. AQENT8 FOR: Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala Sugar Plant. Co., Onomea Sugar Co, ummmm... qui... r. Walluku Suaar Co.. Pepeekeo Sugar Co., The Plantera Line of Oan FraneUoo Packets. LIST OF OFFICERS: C. M. Cooke, President! George Rnh.rt.Aii. vir.A Prsldfint and Mana ger; E. F. Clshop, Treasurer and Sec retary; F. W. Macfarlane, Auditor; P. C. Jones, C. M. cookb ana j. it. uau, Director. FIRE 1NSURANGE THE B. F. DILLINGHAM CO LIMITED. General Agent for Haw'!: Atlaa Assurance Company of London. New York Underwrltere' Ageney. Providence Washington luurance Co. h FLOOn, 6TANGENWALD BLDO. LIFE INSURANCE la not a Luxury; It fa a Necessity, But vcu Must have the BEST and that Is provWed by the famous and most equltaDJ uaws oi miih chusatts, In the New England Mutual Life Insurance Co.. OF ROSTON, MASSACHUSETTS. If you would be fully Informed about th.so laws, addr.o. Castle & Cooke, GENERAL AGENTS, HONOLULU, T. H. WM.G.IRWiN&C0.,LfL AQENTB FOIt THE! Royal Insur. Co. of Liverpool, Enjj. Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ltd., of London, England. Scottish Union & National Ins. Co. of TMinlmvn-l'l (2irtTlntlfl Wilhelma of Magdeburg General In surance Company, BULLETIN ADS, PAY &rti8Rf$ BITTERS A Jeslrc to 8jUn y0ur meals Is a posltlvo Indication ot Eomo illsturhanco ot the dlgos tho Bjstcm that calls for a few doses of the Bitters promptly. It will correct tho stomach nnd euro Poor Appe tite, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Costiveness, Gen eral Weakness cr Malarial Fe ver. If you do not keep a cook, or if you do, get a gas stove. Your mother or your wife is the one in the house who is entitled to consideration be cause she spends a lot of time in the kitchen. Qet a GAS STOVE and you will reduce the dis comfort to a greater extent than you can imagine. Tho hent can be regulated and kept where it will do the most good. The means will be bet ter cooked nnd every one in the house more contented. We sell them on littlc-at-a-time payments. Come in and talk it over. Honolulu Gas Co. LIMITED Bishop Street Choice Pekin Ducks Young, Pat, Tender; Raised on Fresh Water and Corn. Club Stables FORT ST. NEAR HOTEL ST. Tel. 109 IronBeds LARGE STOCK. LOWEST PRICES, Coyne Furniture Co. MILLINERY Spring Flowers, New Ribbons, Feathers and Hats Are Arrived. Wire frames made by order. OUR FRIGES REASONABLE. K. IS0SHIMA. 30 KING ST. NEAR BETHEL. Money We -buy your Diamonds, Old Watch cs nnd Jewelry for SPOT CASH. J. CARLO, 1018 NUUANU ST. and FORT STREET NEAR HOTEL. For Expert Repairs on Blcyr.le, Mo torcycle, Automobiles, etc., call on J. E. Santos, Dack of Peter's, PHONE 261. UNION ST. CURE YOURSELF rCUPES V-s Ilia U lor unii.tii-it ili.i lii tfe. infliuuiualloiii. ... iriltl.ll.lll. ... lllr.r.MA.. ..! CHtuCUCl0' "'"" .i.'ioi..-4 ICIHCII !!! 0 EAStl ''ll.lMl, 1 "'! lrll tf-lll tT rtrlv rjiiu. tQirlr,- ...fTvfl Li.l.j I.v iitniiiti.lL CinuWr lout oil iviuvji Frear Completes New Land Sale Agreements (r-'roin Wednesday's Klrst IMItlon) Governor Krear has completed his now form of conditions upon which land will be sold In tho future. Ho tins been In consultation with Lnnd Commissioner 1'rntt, Attorney Gen ernl Hcmcnw.iy, nnd Secretary ot tho Territory Mott-Snilth for tho last fow dins relative to tho new schemo which, after careful study ot tho mainland laws, as compared with ours here, nnd after picking out tho fentures which have proven good In both, has been evolved. The now land itnlcs ngrecment Is ono that Is suited for typical Hawnll land, and for soma lnnd that Is fitted for only ono phase of agriculture, ono out-of-the-ordlnnry, other agreements will have to bo formulated. Tho con ditions of J tho now agreements nro modeled to a great degree ntlcr those that nro In tiso on'tlio mainland on the, land which Is being reclaimed. Tho amount of land that will bo giv en under these ngrcements will vnry according to tho kind of land. Gov ernor Krcnr had tho following to say of tho special agrccmenti: "Tho object of tho conditions nro to mnko It as easy as possible for n bona fldo settler to securo land for settlement and cultivation, and as hard ;ih posslblo for tho moro specu lator to get It. Wo hnvo therefore lengthened tho time that must olnpso before n title can bo secured. This will mnko It less nnd less tempting for tho moro speculator, or tho man who simply wants to got tho land to soil to someono else. Wo luivo ro- duccd tho pcrccntago ot arable land that must bo In cultivation In tho early years to nn amount that any bona lido settler would naturally bo expected to bring under cultivation. Instead of requiring a housa to cost n certain amount to bo built on tho land, during tho first year ho can live In any kind of n house ho choos es, n grass house If ho wants to, nnd de.oto moro of his available resources to cultivating the land and to bring ing It Into a stato where It will sup port the settler. "Under tho form of agreement that has been In use tho settler must havo 1C per cent, of the arable laud under cultivation at tho nnd ot the second year, and fifteen per cent, additional at tho end of each subsequent year until the end of tho sixth, when ho must hnvo TG per cent, of tho arable- lnnd under cultivation. Under the new form 10 per cent, only Is re quited to bo undor cultivation nt tho end of the second year nnd CO per cent, at tho end of the sixth. "Instead of thrco nnd a half years' residence during tho first six ycais, flvo years' residence during tho first ten jenrs Is required, thus giving the pettier moro leeway nt the tlmo ho needs It most." Tho following Is tho new form of agreement as It hns been foi mutated: Tcrrtory of Hawaii. Special Agree ment No (salo on tlmo payment). This agreement, marto this .... day ot 190..., by and between Commissioner of Public Lands of tho Territory of Hawaii, hereinafter called tho Commissioner, and of , County of Tenllory of Hawaii, here inafter called tho Purchaser, Wltnosseth: That Whereas th& Commissioner, with tho consent of tho Governor of Hawaii, has net apart for ralo at public auction, under Part IV, Section 17, of Land Act 1S95 (Section 270, Itevlsed Laws ot Hawaii), upon tho terms and conditions lieieinaftci' bet forth, that certain land designated as Lot No , Oocrnmcnt Survey Registered Map No , situated at county or Ter ritory of Hawnl, moro particularly de scribed as follows: And Whereas at such auction sale, picvlotisly aiheitlscd ns required by law and held In Territory of Hawnll, on tho .... day of J90..., said being tho highest qualified bidder, became the purchaser of Bald land for tho sum of dollars, and lias this day paid In tho commissioner tho sum ot' dollars, being flvo (5) per cent, of said pmchnso prlco, as re quired by tho conditions of said snlo. Now Thcrcforo, tho commissioner, in consideration of tho abio pay ment, tho receipt whereof Is hereby acknowledged, and ot tho covenants' and conditions hcrolnaftcr set forth to bo observed and performed by tho pin chaser, hereby authorzes nnd cm powers tho purchaser to tako mined ntu posscsson of said land and to oc cupy nnd ueo tho samo subject to tho lollovslug covenants and conditions. In addition to tho flvo (C) por cent, bald as aforesaid, tho purchaser shall pay to tho commissioner flvo (5) pur cent, of tho purclmso prlco two (Z) jcars after tho dato ot salo, and flto (5) per 'cent, of Ihu purchaso prlco nl tho end of each year thereafter until tho entlro purchaso prlco shall havo been paid; provided, however, that tho purchaser may, If nil covcnanta and conditions hnvo been observed nnd performed un to that time, pay to tho commissioner on any pay dato not loss than ten (10) jears after tho dale of sale any or nil Installments then iu malnlng unpaid; Unpaid installments nt tho purchaso prlco shall bear Interest at tho rato of six (0) per cent, per nnuum fiom ten (10) yeats nfler tho dato of salo, inalito annually by tho purchasor to tho commissioner on said pny dak's. Iu iidiUtoln to tho uboo and as p.irt of tho consideration tho pincliaser shall pay all taxes, charges and as ressments that may bo lelcd or as sessed on or In respect ot said land or any Interest therein; The purchaser Bhall havo under cul tivation nt least ten (10), twenty (20), thirty (30), forty (40) and fifty (50) per cent, of tho nrablo area of Bald land, hereby agreed to bo .... acres, and shall hato an average ot nt least five (5), ten (10), fifteen (IB), twenty 120) and twcnty-flvo (25) growing trees per aero upon tho remainder of said land .clicrcby agreed to bo acres, two (2), thrco (3), four (4), flvo (5) nnd six (6) jears respectively nftcr the dato of sale, and after s.ild six (C) jears Bhall maintain nt least tlfty (50) per cent, of sad nrnblo aru.i under cultivation, and nn average uf at least twenty-fit o (23) growing trees per acre on tho remainder of said land until ,.h.. Is entitled to a patent for Bald land. Tho purchaser shall maintain h... homo mid resldo upon said land nt least flvo (5) jenra during the first ten (10) years after tho dato of Bale, nnd no period of less than six (0) months of continuous rcsldcnco tit wild homo shall bo held to bo part of nald flvo (C) years. The purchaser shnll allow tho com missioner, his agents nnd representa tives nt nl Ireasonablo times to enter nnd cxnmlno said land nnd thu Im provements thereon; Tho purchaser shall not, without thn written consent of tho commissioner Indorsed thereon, sell, assign, lease, ' mortgngo or othcrwlso transfer or dis pose of this agreement or any rlglitH thereunder or Vald land or any part thereof or Interest therein; Tho tines limited herein mny bo ex tended by tho commission with tho approval of tho Governor for good and sufficient reasons upon its nppcarlng to their satisfaction that an effort ban been mailo In good faith to nhsoivo and perform tho covenants and condi tions; Ten (10) jenrs nfler the d.itn of tale or at any tlmo thcicnftcr, It nil tho covenants and .conditions havo been observed and performed, ot which observance and performance tho pur chaser shall mnko afflrmatlvo proof, tho purchaser shnll bo entitled hi a patent coin e Ins said land In feu simple. In'cnso of default In tho perform nnco of any of tho nbovo covenant! tho commissioner may, with or with out legal process and without notice, demand or previous entry, tnko pos session of said laud and thereby de termine tho estate created by thlH agreement. In case uf such forfeiture, said land shnll bo Bold at auction, cither as n wholo or In parcels, for cash or on terms ot tlmo payments, In the discre tion of tho commissioner; and It such salo shall result In nn advanco on thu original prlco, tho original purchaser Ehall rccelvo therefrom tho nmountH of his payments to tho government on account of purchaso, without Inteiest, nnd a pio rata share in such advanco In proportion to the aniouutu or bin payments. If such snlo shall lcsult, how over, In n less prlco than original, tho amount returnable to him shall bo charged wltn n pro rata amount ot such decreaso proportioned to tho amounts of his payments. Tho purchaser hereby covtnants nnd agrees with Iho commissioner that . ,h.. will oh servo r.nd perfoim and hold h...self kubject to all tho nbovo covenants and conditions. Within the meaning of this agree ment, "Commissioner" Bhall bo held to mean tho Commissioner ot l'ubllo Lands of thu Territory ot llnw.ill, his BiicrcssorH In offlco and any other of ficer or ofllceis who may micrecd to his duties; nnd "Purchaser" fclnll bo held to mean tho said ( h... heirs ami thoso who ma held under h... with tho consent ot tho comniis tlonor. It witness whereof tho said paillcn hnvo hereunto hot their builds hk ot tho day and year first aboto wiilteu. Commissioner ot Public Lands ot tho Territory of Hawaii. I Governor uf Ha waii, heroby consent tn the rib nt Mild land upon the tcimi and condi tions above set forth. Hated at Honolulu, tills .... day of 190... . Governor of Hawaii. CONNECTICUT WIRELESSED Tho flagship Concctlcut, 1E0O ml lea away, was heard by the Glacier last evening, ubout 9.30 o'clock, by wlro IcsB, Tho Georgia also was heard. Tho test, however, was mnrrel by Iho Induction of trolley cam nnd btatlc dis charges In tho nlr. . RESTORER GETS MOIIE. Attorney Mnrx, acting as proctor for the Pacific Commercial Cable Com pany, tho owner of tho KoBlorer, was bofoio .ludgo Dolo yosteiday ubklng that $100.02 for water and $147.1.76 for grapnol mpo bo uddul to Iho nl. lowanco for salving tho Mi.iiclunla. Judgo Dole granted tho motion bo far as to amend tho decision by adding to thu allowance made, 12G for water nnd $294.75 for grapnel rrpo, making a total allowance for provisions and stoics consumed of J3G 10.28. lwlfg-oo-hmrf hrf mflgahrf hrftnliiffl Cornelius V, Bhca of Cambridge, Mhsb., former national president ot Iho Teamsters' union and well known In labor circles throughout tho coun try, was taken lo tho Kcdoial bul'dlng, HoHton, ,i connection wlllt a clinrga against him alleging that ho had UBeil Iho malls In a mIioiiiu to defi.iud Fine Job Prlntlna at the Bulletin. i 'l aiM-'. -f fe'Jfc t.'mi&i && JM..iXa. j'k - nC .i . . rfA 1ii- . - -- -...- W-J I f '