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flvRNINO DULITIN, HofoOLULtj. T. if, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 23, 1008. I l I W Oceanic Steamship Company TIME TABLE S.S. ALAMEDA The eteamare or this Una will arrive and leave (hit pert at hereunder: Leave S. F. Arrive Hem. Leave Hen, DEC. 19 DEC. 35 DEC. 20 Jm. 9 Jan. IS JAN. 20 Jan. 30 Fab. 6 FBI). 10 FIU. 20 FED. 26 MCH. 3 MCH. 13 MCH. 19 MCH. 24 NOTICE. On and after June 34th, 1001, the SALOON SATES will be at follows: Single Fare, S85; Bound Trip, $110. Family roam extra. In connection with ho tiling of tha above ataamara, the aganta are prapartd to Istut tha Intending ptiaensera, coupnn. through tickets, by any railroad from 8an Francisco to all polnta In tha United States, and from New York by any ateamthlp Una to all European porta. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS ARPLY TO Wnv G. Irwin OCEANIC . 9. CO. GENERAL AGENT. PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP Co. OCCIDENTAL AND ORIENTAL STEAMSHIP CO and T0Y0 KISEN KAISHA Bteamera of the above companlet will at Honolulu and leave thla port on or about tha datea below mentioned: FOR JAPAN AND CHINA: KOREA , .'. . .DIMJ. 21 NIPPON MAIIU JAN. 9 SIIIIIIMA JAN. ir CHINA JAN. 23 MANCHimiA JAN. 2t CHIYO MAIIU . ASIA ,1'KIJ. C MONiiOI.IA . . , .FEII. 1JTE.NY0 MAIIU FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO HL Hackfeld & AMERICAN-HAWAIIAJI Weekly Satllnfs FBOM NEW TORX TO HONOLULU. Freight received at all timet at the Company 'a Wharf, i lit Street, South Brooklyn. 1TIOM SAN FRANCISCO TO HONO-.FROM SEATTLE -AND TACOMA TO LULU DIRECT. TEXAN. TO SAIL DEC. 14 VIRGINIAN, TO SAIL JAN. 3 FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRAN CISCO. PLEIADES, TO SAIL JAN. 15 Freight received at Company's wharf, Greenwich Street. Canadian-Australian Royal Mall 9teama!-i!p Cnrrjpatiy; Staemtrt of the above line, running In connection with the CANAD IAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N. S. W and calling at Victoria, B. C, Henolulu and Suva, FIJI, and Br'e bane, are DUE AT HONOLULU on or about.the datea belew etated, viz.: FOR fIJI AND AUSTRALIA: 1 MAKURA JAN. I AORANGI FEB. (.MOANA Will call at Tannine Island. Through Ticket! Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and Europe. For Freight and Paiaage and all general Information, apply to The. I.- toyies & Co.. Its, leieral AfciU. Matson Navigation Company SCHEDULE S. S. "HILONlAN" in the Direct Ssrvicc Between SAN FRANCISCO AND HONOLULU ARRIVE HONOLULU LEAVE HONOLULU DECEMBER 22, 1908 JANUARY 26. 1969 FEBRUARY 17, 1909 MARCH 17. 1909 APRIL 11, 1909 MAY 12, 1909 JUNE 9, 1909 S S. "LURLINE" of this line led January 1th. S. 8. "HYADES" leaves Seattle Passsnfa'r Hatee to S. F.: First Oabin, 160; Bound Trip First Clui 1110.00 For further particular! apply to CASTLE & C00KE. LTD.. Afrents. Union -Pacific Transfer Co., Ltd. Purdrara and Piano Moving. Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd. Phone 895. DIAYMM 81 Oneea Street P. 0. Box 212. Estimates Given on all kinds of teaming. Sealen in ' ' FIREWOOD, STOVE, STEAM AND BLACKSMITH COAL. CBUSHED HOOK, BLACK AND WHITE SAND, dARDEH SOIL HAT. OlAJJf', CEMENT, ETC. , . . . The Manhattan Cafe Ii The Most Popular. PORT STREET just above HOTEL. K. WILLIAM WARHAM, Prop. AGENTS FOR EDOEW02TH and QB0ID Tobaeeoi ' The only two good smokinf Tobaccos ia the Market. FITZPATRICK BROS, srd MYRTLE CI0AR STORE, Arrive S. F. JAN. 6 JAN. 2 FEU. 10 MCH. 9 MCH. 10 & Co., Lt t u FOR 8AN FRANCISCO: SIBERIA DEC. CHINA JAN, MANCHt'KIA JAN, 26 9 1C CHIYO MARU , JAN, ASI JAN. 23 JAN. 30 FEII. 9 Go. Ltd, STEAMSHIP COMPANY. I via Tehauntepec, HONOLULU DIRECT. PLEIADES ,TO SAIL JAN. For further Information apply to H. HACKFaaLD ft CO , LTD., Agent Honolulu. C. P. MOPISH, Oaaeral Frelfht Agent. FOR VANCOUVER: AORAKQI ...JAN. ...TEE. S DECEMBER 29, 190S JANUARY 2G, ld09 FEBRUARY 23, J909 MARCH 23, 1909 APRIL 20, 1909 MAY 18, 1909 JUNE 15, 1909 leacs San Kmnclsco for this Port dl- for this port direct Dec. 10th. I Baggage Shipping Storage Wood Packing Ceal 58 Past Schooner CONCORD Sailing or KAPUNA, H0N0IPU, KALLUA and H00KENA From Sorenson's Wharf. Apply on Board or to HAWAIIAN BALLASTING: CO.. Art. Telephone 338, Maunakea St , below, lung. , u, box bzo. ejsjr BULLETIN ADS PAY PHON ESTABLISHED IN 1858. BISHOP & CO. BANKERS Commercial and Trav elers' Letters of Credit issued1 on (he Bank of California and The Lon. don Joint Stock Bank, Ltd., London. Correspondents (or the American Express Com pany and Thos. Cook & Son. . Interest allowed on term and Savings Bank Dcp:slts. Claus Spreckela. Wm. G. Irwin. Claus Spreckels & Co. BANKERS. HONOLULU, : : t T. H. San Franclaco Agente The Ne vada National Bank of San Francisco. Draw Exchange on the Neada Na tlonal Bank of Ban Francisco. London The Union of London an J Smith's Bank, Ltd. New York American Exchance National Bank. Chicago Corn Exchange National Bank. Parle Credit Lyonnals. Hongkong and Yokohama Hont- konf-Shcnikal Basking; Corporation. new oaiana ana Australia uana of New Zealand and Bank ot Austra lasia. Victoria and Vancouver Bank of British North America, Deposits received. Loans made on approved security. Commercial and Travelers' Credits Isiued. -Bills of Excbani boagkt and sold. r Cofleetlln'e Promptly Acoeunted For. The First AMERICAN SAVINGS AND TRUST. GO. of Hawaii, ltd. subscribed capital. .1300,000.00 paid up capital 1110400.00 President Ceell Brawn Vice President M. P. Reklnsen Cashier L. T. Peek Office: Corner Fort and King Sts. SAVINGS DEPOSITS received and Interest allowed for yearly deposits at the rate of 1U per cent, per annum. Rules and regulations furnlabed upon application. Tho Yokohama Spieli Batt, Llmlttd Established I880 Capital (Paid up) ..Yen 24,600,000 Reaerved Fund Yen 15,6SO,O0 Special Reserved Fund. Yen 2,000,000 HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA. Branehei and Agencies: Toklo, Kobe, Osaka, Naijasakl, London, Lyons," New York, San Fran Cisco, Bombay, Hongkong, Shanghai, Hankow, Chefoo, Tientsin, Peking, Newchang, Dalny, Port Arthur, An- tung-Haira, Llaoyang, Mukden, Tien- ling, Changchun. The bank buys and receives for collection bills of exchange, issues Drafts and Letters ot Credit and transact a general banking business. Honolulu Branch, 87 S. Xing Street OaHii Rkilway Timetable. - OUTWARD. For Walsnae, Waialua, Kahuku and Way Stations S:H a. n . 3:20 p. m. For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way Stations 17:30 a. m, S;15 a. m, 11:05 a. m, 2:ll p.jm. S!0 p. m , 5:11 p. is, J9:30 p. m, 111:00 p. m. For, Wahlawa t:U a. m. and 5:15 p. m. t , INWAftP. Arrive Henolulu from Kahuku, Watalua and Watanae S:36 a. m, ..5:31 p. m. Arrive In Honolulu tiom Ewa Mill and Pearl City J7:4G a. m, 8:30 a. m, 10i3 a. m, 1M0 p. m, 4:31 p m , 5:81 p m, '7:30 p. m. Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa 8:38 a. ni. and 5;3l p. m. Dally. t Ex. Sunday. i Bunday Only. Tho Halolwa Llmllod, a two hour train (only first clnsi tickets hon ored), lcues Honolulu try SmiiUy at 822 a. ni.; returulng, arrives In Honolulu at 1D;10 p in. The Limited stops only at Pearl City ami Wulanae, Q. P. DKNISON, V. C. SMITH, Alexander & Baldwin LIMITED. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. H. P. Baldwin President 7. B. Castle Tic President W. M. Alexander. .Second Vice Prei. J. P. Cooke . . . .Third Vice Prcs. and Manager 7. Waterhouie Treasurer E. E. Pazton Secretary W. 0. Smith Director 7. R. Gait Director W, R. Castle Director SUGAR FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS and INSURANCE ABEWTS Aeents for Hawaiian Commercial & Suear Co. Haiku Sugar Company. Paia Plantation. Maui Agricultural Company, Hawaiian Sugar Company. Kahuku Plantation Company, Kakului Railroad Company. Haleakala Ranch Company. Honolua Ranch. Castle & Cooke, Ltd Honolulu, T. H. BHIPilNG AND COMMISSION KE1- CHANTS, SUGAR FACTORS and. GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS representing Ewa Plantation Co. Waialna Agricultural Co., Ltd. Kohala Sugar Co. Waimaa Sugar Mil! Co. Apohaa Sugar Co., Ltd. Fulton Iron Works of St. Louis Blake Siaara Pumps Weston'i Centrifugals Babcock ft Wilcox Boilers Green's' Fuel Economizers Marsh, Steam Pumps Matsoa navigation co. , Planters' Line Shipping Co. Wm. G. Irwin & Co. LDflTXD. SUGAR FACTORS and COMMISSION AGENTS. Wm. 0. HWUt President 7X0. D. SFB1CKSLS. . .1st V. Pres. W. M. GLtTAKD 2d T. Pres H. M. WJUTIKY Treasure 1ICHARD,.IVER6 Secretary D. G. MAY..., Auditor Annie for Oceanic Steamship Co., Sat. Francis co, Cal. Ealdwin-Locomotive Works, Phila delphia. Pa. Hakalau Plantation Co.. Hilo Sigax Co., Honolulu Plantation Co, Hutchinson Sugar Plantation Co., Kilauea' Sugar Plantation Co., Olowalu Cempaiy, Paauhau Sacar Plantation Co., Waitna- nalo Sugar Cs. C. Brewer & Co., Ltd. QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU, T. H, AQENTS FOR: Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala Sugar Plant. Co., Onomea Sugar Co., Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co., Pepeekeo Sugar Co, The Planters Line ef San Franolaco Paeketa. LIST OF OFFICERS: C. M. Cooke, President; George Robertson, Vlee President and Mana ger; E. F, Bishop, Treasurer and Sec retary; P. W. Macfarlane, Auditor; P, c. Jones, c. M. cooks and J. R. aait, Directors. FIRE INSURANCE TIE B.F.DILLINGHAr.CO. LIIITEI, General Agent for Hawaii: Atlas Assurance Company of, London. Nw York Underwriters' Agency. Providence Washington Insurance Co. 4th FLOOR, STANCENWALD BLDQ. LIFE INSURANCE ' Is not a Luxury; It Is a Neessstty. But you Must have the BEST and that la provided by the famous and most equitable Laws of MassA' chusetts. In the New England Mutual Life Insurance Co., OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS., If you would be fully Informed about these laws, address Castle & Cooke, GENERAL AGENTS, HONOLULU, T. H. Vf M. G. IRWiN & C0.,LTDv AOCNTB FOR TUB Royal Iusur. Co. of Liverpool, En'g. Commercial Union Assurance u Co., Ltd , of London, England. Scottish Union & National Ins. Co. of Edinburgh, tcothtnd. The Upper Rhine Ins. Co., Ltd, HARPER WHISKY "Tho kind jour grand father used; Admittedly best for gen era lions in st. Hotter now than ccr." W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd. Sole Agents XMASWINES Product of the Italian Swiss Colony OF CALIFORNIA CASE GOODS SAUTERNES CLARET CHABLIS ZINFANDEL RIESLING TIPO CHIANTI SHERRY PORT Cases Assorted as Desired. BULK GOODS PORT MUSCAT TOKAY MARSAL0TTA MADEIRA CLARET SHERRY Gonsalves & Co,, LIMITED QUEEN STREET Telephone 268. WARNING TO ALL PEOPLE "Your duty is to poison rats," says lb Citizens' Healtb Committee, -ana In una way prevent the spread ol the dreaded bu- This warning ol danger irom the plague epidemic must Impress every citizen with the imperative necessity ol destroying the rats mat truest our city ana are a menace to our yery Hie. The most reliable poison and one that la recommended by national and local au thorities Is Stearns' Electric Paste, which drives rata out oi the house to die. Wherever used it kills oil the rats, usually in a single night. It is absolutely guaran teed to cxtcrmlnaie them or the money will be refunded. Protect your home and your city with Stearns' Electric Paste. 2 oi. trai25c 16 oi. box $1.00. Sold by DruiiLU and Otneral Btor.t every where or tent dlroct prepaid on receipt of prlto. STUMS' lUCISIC Mill CO.. SofUH.B. !.,.!.. LOOK at the automobiles, baggies and car-, nacres we have recently overhauled and painted 7HEN BEE US. W. W. Wright Go, King Street near Tel. 2S2 South KEYSTONE-ELGIH WATCHES INGERSOLL WATCHES At All Watchdealers. Jos. Schwartz, Agent for Hawaiian Islands, Cor. FORT and KING Sts., Honolulu. Rainier Beer FOR SALE AT ALL BARS TELEPHONE 1331 P. H. BURNETTE, Attorney-at-Law for the District Courts; Notary Public; Draws Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale, Leases, Wills, etc; Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses. 7D MERCHANT ST. HONOLULU. PHONE 310, R. MIYATA CO., CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, PAIN TERS, PAPER HANGERS and MASON WORKERS. Second Hand Lumber, Doors and Sashes Bought and Sold. KING ST., PALAMA JUNCTION Phone 504. For Distilled Water and Assorted Soda Water. delivered to office fnd residence, RING UP 557. Arctic Soda Water Works 12G3 Miller St. M. P.. DE SA. kM I p HgSj ' w 2aBpVSBBBBHBSBBBBBBBS inuv &i Hiv nun ) ARMY, NAVY AND ' " . MARINE CORPS: " Major Ocnernl Weston 1ms desig nated from Jnnunry 20 to April 19, Loth dates Inclusho, ns noxt scar's season for target practiso in uiu Philippines. Orftrinlzatluns liming to pursue tho target course at stations other than their own will bu allowed an exten sion ot the season to Include Juno 30, 1909. Tho "division rlflo and ptBtol com petitions will bo held at Tort Wil liam Mckinloy, lllzal, beginning May 1909, In accordance with tho pro- lstotiB ot Part VII, Small Arms Tir ing HcgtilntionH, Bklrmlsh lire for 1'lilllpplno Scouts In Instruction and record practice, will bo conducted with the cnulnmcnt prescribed In paragraph 7a, General Orders, No 177, War Department, scries 197, ex cepting that the following ni tides will bo omitted from the blanket roll: r sheltcr-tent pins, 1 Bhcltur-tcnt pole, ami 1 blanket. I'or this practice, and until the adoption of n new method of earning tho Scout equipment, the blanket roll will bo carried In tho manner pre scribed In tho Infantry Drill Itegula- tlons and not ns directed In General Orders No. 20, Headquarters Philip pines DUlslon, Scries 1907. General Grant has reported to tho War Department that tho bakers' and cooks' schools at the Washington bnrracks hne continued successfully under tho supervision of Captain 1 J. Koestcr of tho subsistence depart ment. "Tin push them," sas Gener al Giant, "this department Is rapidly being supplied with trained bakers and cooks who nrc capable Of prepar ing the army ration properly and of gMng,the maximum amount of nour- lshmcht and satisfaction. Good health, contentment and greater effi ciency among tho soldiers have con sequently resulted. The courses In tbeso schools nro very complete, cov- brlng the preparation of tho army ra tion, the baking ot nil kinds ot bread U8cd both In garrison and In tho field, besides fancy breads and paB trles. and a practical course, Includ ing the proper method Ot the cooking of ccn at tide of food used In the Army. Tho following transfers In tho I'hll Ippincs have been ordered couscqucnt upon tho abandonment of Iloac as a military post: I'irst I.leut. Trederlc H. Jenkins. Medical Ilcscre Corps, now nt Iloac, will be rcllbved from duty and will, after llnnl disposition ot nil property for which he is accountable, proceed to Camp Gregg, p'nngnslnnn, l cport Ing upon arrival to tho commanding officer for duty. Captain Louis llrcchcmln Jr., Med ical Corps, now tin temporary duty nt Camp Gregg, will, upon arrival ot I'lrst Llout. Jenkins nt that station, proceed to Fort William McKlnloy, lllzal, for permanent station, report ing upon nirhal to the commending offlcci for duty. Tho authorities of tho Wnr De partment huvo decided that tho law prohibiting military bands from taking outside emplomcnt in compe tition with civilian hands applies not only to tho bund as an organization, but to (ho Individual incmberH there of an well. In explanation of tho ac tion ot tho Department it Is staled that tho meinbora of Army bands hmo been recently grunted n sub stantial Increase; ot pay In consider ation of tho outside patronage, of which they were doprUcd by tho ro strlctho legislation relating to out' side emplojmcnt. Importance ot lessening tho bng gago tarried by tho enlisted men of tho Army is forcefully set out In var ious reports of tho department com manders to tho Secretary of War. Vn'rlous articles aiw carried by tho Foldlcr, It is suggested, might bo cry profitably dropped to tho end of lightening his burden without sacri ficing nn thing absolutely necessary for his. comfort nnd convenience. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. Entered for Record Dee, 21, 1908, from 10 30 a. m. to 4 p. m. William R Cnstlo Tr to Agnes O Weaver Par Rtl Wong Kwul and wf ot ni to Tin Look D Tin Look to i'lrst Amorl Sav & Tr Co of It Ltd M Adcllno Wiilaii and hsb to C W Booth , D Susie F Cnrtw right by Tr to Hury E Low , D Kauwcloa and wf to Abel Cnthcart... John Ummeluth Tr to Lahapa Nut- ' ho I) Victoria S Uuffnndeaii and hsb to Richard H Trent Tr .. Adtal Chgo P)zn Dunbar by afft of mtgeo to Qdn of Uric R. J Gay .... Tore Affdt Entered for Record Dec 22, 1908, , from, 9 a, m, to 10:30 a. m, kalowanuil nnd wf to Pahulno ,,..1) Pnhuluo k) in Mnllo It Ah King ..1) (J I) I.ufkln to J aarcln Tr .. ..AM Hnttlo Kamanoulu to Samuel Par ker 11 There's nothing so' bail for a cough ns coughing. .' T1,nr' ttfttfl Ing so good for a cough as Ayor'a Cherry Poc- toral. .., I . ttucn yuu , iiaro ii genu ine cold or a hard cn.igh, orwhenthcro' ' . is I, ill tiuuur mation In the throat cr luugs, then. jou nood ifaprh w 'Cherrij 9eetorat It Is acarefully prepared, accurately compounded medietas tor nil diseases' of tho throat and lung. It contains' Strong and actlvo Ingredients, suqli as aro oxtcusircly prescribed by tho medi cal profession. 1 1 Is tho oldest, strong est, and best medlcino for coughs and colds you can possibly buy. -J Accept no cheap and worthless sub stitute, lie suro you got Aycr's Cherry Tectoral. It contains no narcotlo or poison of any kind. fftpirtj t Df. I. C Aylf fc C t, t..H. Mm., U. S, A,' BY AUTHORITY NOTICE. i PAYMENT OF WATER RATES. t An proUded foi In Chapter IT, nt the Ilcvlscd l.iwt of Ilawnll, 1905, nil persons holding wutcr prhilegcs or thoso p tying wnlci rates uro here by notified that the wutci inles for tho Six (G) months ending Juno 30th, 1909, will bo duo nnd panblo on tho Tlrst day of January, 1909. On nil such rates remaining unpaid on Jnnunry lOth, 1909, nn additional charge of 10 per cent, will bo made All privileges upon which rate3 ro main unpaid an robrunry lGtli. 109, nrc subject to immediate shirt oft without further notice Hates nre pajablo nt tho office ot tho HONOLULU WATER WORKS, Capitol llulldlng. J. M. LITTLH, Superintendent of tho Honolulu Water Works. -1189-80 Legah Notices. PROPOSALS TOR STRAW, IlItAJt AND HLACKS,MITirs COAL. Ofllto of tho Depot Quartermaster, Hono lulu, II. T.. December 21, 1908. Stal ed proporils, fn triplicate, will bo re coiled hero until 10 a. m. December 8, 190S, and then opened, to fur nish nt the Depot nt Honolulu, or on board of cars at-tlio Knllway depot there, 000,000 pounds stiaw or liny for bedding, oi rlco straw; 20,000 pounds hlncksmlth's coal and 200,000 pounds bran. Hn elopes containing proposals Bhmild ho endorsed "Pro posals for straw, elc." I'or further Information npply to M. N. Palls, Captain nnd Quartermaster, U. S. A., Depot Quilt tei master. 418S Dec. 21, 22, 23, 21, 20. Corporation Notices NOTICE. The nniiiial mi cling of stockhold ers of tho Koim-Kiiu Telephone & Telegraph Co, Ltd., will bo hold at tho olllcc of tho company, llolunhm, Hawaii, Tuesda), Jaiunry 0, 1909, at 11 u. 111. 4188-3t Secretary. NOTICE. Tho animal meeting of stockhold ers ot tho Kona Holtllng Woiks Co, Ltd , will bo held at tho office nt tho company, Holi)uha, Hawaii, Tuesday, January C, 1909, nt 10 n. m. L. S. AUNGST, 4188-3t Sccrctniy. A FINE LINE OF J Globe-Wernicke Book Cases and Filing Cabinets . L00SE.LEAF DEVICES TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES. J Office Supply Co.,Ltd 931 FORT ST. Remember HALEIWA ''W3 The finest rooms, cuisine, and ser vice in the Territory. St. Clair Bid. good, Manager. 185 editorial rooms 5fl Butt' ness office. These are the new tel ephone numbers of the Bulletin office. mmm jr'ss. fjjn vn. vt attttMKM, VrJsaaSaal"aaa-jyVF LStj Jrffi Mm ' AH.ITM 'flslha ' M Y VWWW mdMlk wm Wah ifmK m 'id u !' i ti .'2J. ill lanl.ii Mi'l..ilni li1 .. lilW .- .Ai.-. j liia.Ut"