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vywiw ww&'!W)f$Fw MPjwfpprr'? ' . ' JO 4 v " 10 tlVNIKO-BTJUJBTm, HONOLULU, T. H THURSDAY, DEC. 9, 1609. "FT ''' ' ". s.fW':,p ';':" T-"' " i "i ,. ft w '? iv 1 SaNK.. !?' ft 1 t f, Ki (V fa, tM$. Oceanic Steamship Company Time Table S.S. Alameda The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port m hereunder: . i Leave S. F. Arrive Hon. leave Hon. 'Arrive S. F. DKO. 11 DKC. 17, OKC. 1 ,DKU. 7 JAN. 1 JAN. 7 DUC. 22 DEC. 28 'Connects at Honolulu with C. A. Line, leaving Honolulu for Aui tralia Jan. 8, 10 ami every 28 days. Wm. G. Irwin & Co,t Ltd. OCEANIC S. S. CO.. PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP Eieameis of the above companies will on or about the dates FOR 3APA11 ANT) CHINA: CHIYO MAIIU ASIA , .IlKC. 1 ..DEC. 14 FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO H. Hackfeld & Co., Ud , Agents AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY. ' ' " I..-.. Weekly Sailings via Tehuantepec. j" FROM NEW YORK HONOLULU. Freight Received at nil times at the Company's Wharf. 41st Street, South Brooklyn. FHOM SAN FRANCISCO TO ItONO LULU IllltKCT. n. a. MEXICAN, TO SAIL.. JAN. 3 H. S. NEVADAN, TO SAIL. .JAN. 15 FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRAN CISCO. S. S, NEVADAN, TO SAIL. .JAN. 29 Canadian-Australian Royal Mail I Ut&kJ 1 1 STEAMSHIP Steamers of the above line running In connection with the CANAD IAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, B. C and Sydney, N. 8. W., and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Suva, FIJI, and Bris bane, aro OUC AT HONOLULU on or about the datet below itated, vli.: r FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA: MAKURA 'AOHANGl . .DEC. 10 .JAN. 8 Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canads. United States and Europe. For Frleght and Passage and all general Information, apply to THEO H. DAVIES & CO., LTD.. GENERAL AGENTS. Matson Navigation Company Schcilulo S. S. IIILONIAN, In the direct service between San Fran rlnco ana Honolulu: ARRIVE HONOLULU: LEAVE HONOLULU: Decemuer a1.', lyua novemuer 30, io DECEMI1ER 28, 190!) The S. S. LURLINE of this line, carrying both freight and passen gers, sails from San Francisco for Honolulu DIRECT, on or about Novem ber 2nd, 1009. CASTLE & COOKE. LTD., AGENTS. Joseph A. J SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT. f i . INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE. Agents for ARTHUR SEW ALL & CO., Bath, Maine; PARR0TT & CO., San Francisco (IRE INSURANCE ;...' " :. THE B. F. DILLINGHAM CO. L1MITEI, General Agent for Hawaii: Atlas Assurance Company of London. New York Underwriters' Agency. Providence Washington Insurance Co. 4th FLOOR, STANCENWALD BLDG. LIFE INSURANCE Is not a Luxury; It Is a Necessity. But you Must have the BEST end that Is provided by the famous and most equitable Laws of Massa-. chusetts, In the New England Mutual Life Insurance Co,. OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTC. If you would be fully Informed about these laws, address Castle & Cooke, GENERAL AGENTS, .', . HONOLULU, T. H. Bulletin Business Office Phone 25a Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185, GENERAL AGENTS. Co.. & TOYO RISEN KAISHA arrive at Honolulu and leave port below mentioned: FOR SAN FRANCISCO: TKXYo'mAKO DEC. 10 KOUKA -....'..DEC. 21 FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA TO HONOLULU. S. 3. VIRGINIAN, TO SAIL. .DEC. 14 S. S. MISSUHIAN, TO SAIL. .JAN. 14 For further Information npply to H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD., Agents Honolulu. C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent, COMPANY FOR VANCOUVER: I AORANUI DEC. 8 MOANA JAN. 6 MAKURA FED. 1 Gilman, Qahu Railway Time Table. For Walnnae, Walalua, Kantiku and Way Station '9:16 a. m.. 3:20 p. in. For Pearl City. Ewa Mill and Way Stations t7:30 a. in., 9:15 a. -in., 11;05 n ni..i2:l& ri: m.. '3:20 p. m. 5:15 i. in., 9:30 p.-m., tll:00 p. m. For Wall awn '9:15 a. in. and 5:15 p. m. , INWARD. Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku, Walalua ami Watauae 8:36 a. m 5! 31 11 in. Arrlvo !.i Honolulu from Ewa Mill ami Peurl City f7l40 a. m.. 8:30 n. m.. "10:38 u. m., 1:40 p. hi., 4:31 11. m.. 'C'Sl n. m.. 7:30 I), m Arrlvo Honolulu from Wuhlawa 8:3C a. m. and '5:31 p. in Dally. t Kx, Sunday. X Sumlay Only. The llnlclwu Limited, a two-hour train (only first-class tickets honored)', leaves Honolulu every Sunday ut 8:22 'i, m.; returning, urrlveu In Honolulu nt 10:10 . 111. Tim Limited stops only at Pearl City anil Walanae, 0. P..DENISON P, C. SMITH Illank books of ull sorts, ledgers, etc., manufactured by the Bulletin Publishing Cotnpan, iiTAiLtnaD ra ish. I BISHOP ie, CO, lAnaii. Commercial and Trav elers' Letters of Credit issued, on the Bank of, California and The Lon don Joint Stock Bank1 Ltd., London. Correspondents for the American Express Com pany and Thos. Cook & Son. Interest allowed on term and Savings Bank Deposits. Clans Spreckels & Co. BANKERS. Claus Sprecktls. W. 0. Irwin. HONOLULU, : : : T. H. San Francisco Agents The Ne vada National Hank of San Prunclsco. Draw Exchange on tliu Nt-vnila Ka tlonal Bank of San Francisco. London The Union uf Ixmiluu ami Smith's Bank, Ltd. New York American Exchange National Bunk. Chicago Cora Exchange National Bank. Paris Credit Lyonnals. Hongkong and Yokohama Hong- kong-ShanuJiul Banking Corporation. New Zealand and Australia Bank of New Zealand and Bank uf Austra lasia. Victoria and Vancouver Bank of British Not th America. loR)alls received. Loans nmilo on approved vccurlty. Commercial ami Travelers' Crcdlta Isxucd. Bills of Exchange bought and Bold. Collections Promptly Accounted For. The Yokohama Specie Bank. Limited Capital (Paid up) . .Yen 24,000,000 Beierve Fund Yen. 15,840,000 HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA, The bask buys and. receives for col lection bills of exchange, issues Drafts and Letters, of' Credit, and transacts a ireneral banking business. The Bank receives local Deposits anJ Head Office Deposits for fixed pe. nods. .., Local Deposits $25 and unwards for one year at rate of 47 per an num. Head Office Deposits. Yen 25 and upwards for one-half year, one year; two years, ,or three years at rate of oya Pr annum. Particulars to bs obtained on ap plication. v Honolulu Office 67 S, King Street. P.- 0. Box 168. M. T0KD2DA ...Manager The First AND, TRUST GO. . OF HAWAII, LTD. SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL ..$200,000.00 PAID UP CAPITAL 1100,000.00 President ...v.... Cecil Brown Vice President M, P. Robinson Cashier .;. ...U T. Peck Office: Corner Fort and King Sts. SAVINGS DEPOSITS received and Interest allowed for yearly deposits at Iho rate of 4& per cent, per annum. Rules and regulations furnished 'up on application. HAVE YOU A SAVING:" ACCOUNT f Consider its importance. Bank of Hawaii, Ltd. iTirVSTTill ...i. ,,. 1 .' Forccgrowth Will do it kxander k BaUwio LIMITED. " OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. H. P, Baldwin 1 v.,c. President J.. B. Castie. . ... .Vioe President W. M. Alexander. .' A' . . . . S.'i. . .Second Vice Pres. 3. P. Cooke...... Third Vice Pres. and Manager 7. Waterhouse Treasurer E. E. Paxton Secretary W. 0. Smith Director 3. R. Gait Director W. R. Castle Director SUBAR FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS and ' lHSUhAN6EA0EHTS Agents- for Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co. Haiku" Sugar Company. Paia, Plantation. Maui Agricultural Company. Hawaiian Sugar Comoanv. Kahuku Plantation Company. Kahului .Railroad Company. Haleak'ala Ranch Company, Honolna Ranch. Castle S Cooke. Ltd ' ' ' Honolulu, 'i. H. SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MER. CHANTS; SUGAR FACTORS "I and GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS -, " representing Ewa Plantation Co. Waialua Agricultural Co.. Ltd. Kobala Sugar Co. Waimea "Sugar Mill Co. Apokaa Sugar Co., Ltd. Fulton Iron Works of St. Louis Blake Steam Pumps Weston's Centrifugals Babcock eV Wilson Boilers Green's Fuel Economizers March Steam Pumps Ifttson Navigation Co, Planters' 'Line Shipping Co. Wm. G. Irwin & Go. LIMITED SUGAR FACTORS and COMMISSION AGENTS. WM. G. IRWIN. .... .President JNO. D. SPRECKELS. .1st. V. P. W. M: GIFFARD. .2d V. Pres. H. M. WHITNEY. . . .Treasurer RICHARD ITERS.... Secretary D. G. MAY Auditor Agents for Oceanic Steamship Co., San Fran cisco, Cal. .; Baldwin Locomotive. Works, Phila delphia, Pa. Hakalau Plantation Co., Hilo Sugar Co., Honolulu Plantation Co., Hutchinson Sugar Plantation Co., Kilauea Sugar Plantation Co., Olowalu Company, Paauhau Sugar Plantation Co., Waima nalo Sugar Co. C. Brewer & Co.. Ltd. QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU, T. H. AGENTS FOR Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Onomea Sugar Co., Honomu Sugar Co., Wal luku Sugar' Co., Pepeekeo Sugar Co., Kapapala Ranch, Thomas Pineapple Co. LI8T OF OFFICERS: E. F. Bishop, President; George Robertson, Vice President and Man- gr; W. W. North, Treasurer and Secretary; Geo. R. Carter, Auditor; P v.. jones, u, 1-1. tooKe, J. H. us It and R. A. Cooke, Directors. WM. G: IRWIN & C0..LTD, AOENTS VORt TflE Royal Insnr. Co. of Liverpool, Eng, commercial union Assurance Co., Ltd..-of London TnirUnil Scottish' Union & National Ins. Co. oi Edinburgh, Scotland. The Upper Rhine ,Inl. Co., Ltd. ' Territorial Board of Immigration Office f 403 Stanmwaid" Bldf . '' iHonolnlui "T SCANDINAVIA ; BELTING rj , HONOLULU IRON WORKS - ' :i Agent..' ' r' v - PLANISHED STEEL A full" assortment; siwi 24"x88" to 48"xl20", and gauges No. 16 to No."28 just to hand. We do sheet metal work of all kinds, and guarantee satisfaction. Your patronage is solicited. PROMPT ATTENTION TO JOBBING EMMELUTH &!C0.,ILTD; . Phone. 211. US King St. S. UCHIDA Bicycle shop and general repairing work. Specialty in nickle, silver and gold plated work. KING, OPP, ALAPAI BT. POULTRY Fine lot due Friday per Lurline. Tel. 109, or call i .. CLUB STABLES Tel. 109. ASSOCIATED GARAGE, Ltd. I Agents for th; Hudson, Chalmers Detroit, Kissel Xar, Oakland, Frank lin and Pierce-Arrow. " FIRST-CLASS REPAIRING. Merchant St. Autos Repaired Your machine will be ready for you when we say it will be. We don't experiment on autos; we riU them. Von Hamm-. Young Go,, Ltd. ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDINa. 5 Tejephone 5 Honolulu Automobile Stand ' ' ' ' 5 T. C. H. Behn Proprietor and Manager. Cornel Alakea and Hotel Streets. ONLY EXPERT WORKMEN t Put on your automobile, carriage or wagon in this shop. The W.W.WRIGHT C0.,Ltd. 3. W. KERSHNER Auto. Tire Repairing 1177 Alakea St. Phone 434. LOCOMOBILE Baby Tonneau Ready for Demonstration. SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO. AUTOS INDEPENDENT AUTO STAND King and Bishop Sti. Phone 609. ALL THE FITTINGS FOR STODDARD-DAYTON 7-Seated. By Hour or Trip. Jos. Leal "PHONE 609; ELECTRIC SUPPLIES we carry everything for LIGHT and POWER. Union Elootrio Co., I., C. Carter, Prop., Harrison Build' ing, ueretama, St. f none 315., Bargains in Rcaljstatc Hawaiian Realty to., 83 Merchant St. BRASSES Russian and Japanese. Ex- q u i s i t e for Xmas. HAWAH & SOUTH 'SEAS CU.BIO CO. Young 'Bldg. Mm'e1. Lambert, 1 , Dressmaker from Paris. Stylish Dresses, tailor-made specialties. Rea sonable prices. Harrison Block, Beretania and Fort streets. icp namifactured from pure, distilled va r. 0lvrd.L,ny prto;elty ky, -ourteout drlyarai,.', 4 ,. liiHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO., Ktwale. t Tslsphon. 62S. (St WILL BE ADDED FORT DE RUSSY GETS LARGE QUANTITIES OF SUPPLIES FROM. COAST ADDITIONS'TO CAMPtlFE.- V -' POrtOe Rtiss'y'is preparlnk' lo ro celvd th'd uHenrom rtio Engineer de tachments who will all bo in, camp here for the holiday. Tents, nbqit seven teen In, number,, aro being pitched plibut camp In addition to those' al ready In- place and the dining hall 1b being nrranged to handle tho addlltdn hi men. The Biirvoy detachments will leglil arriving In camp about tho tweiv (y-tlilrd of the month and will remain hero until after the holidays before' re turning to the ubcainp3. These men, who nrc out In the mountains with stadia boards and transits from morn ing until , night, will ho given a good tlmo while nt Kurt De Hussy and will return lo tliclr work much the better for the holiday rest. Supplies Received. The men about camp have been limy handling the shlpmenta of sun l.lles received for this post which have been Bent from tho States. Furniture for the officers quarters, In large quan tities, has beci' received and a largo amount of survey Biipplles and Instru ments for the use of the Knglnrers In tho Held. Details. Private lento, by authority of spec ial order No. 203, will leave' FUrt De Russy for a trip to tho vnrloud Engi neer camps for the puriiose of taking photographs of tho country which has been mapped by tho detachments. By authority of the Bamo order' 1'rlvate Pcnberthy will return to Fort De Hussy from tho detachment nt Pearl City. Corporal White returned to camp yes terday, by order of his detachment, commander, for tho' purpose of taking more horses and mules back to the camp nt Lellchua. Private Meek re ported to this camp from detached, ser vice at Pearl City and will remain at Fort Do Russy for Iho balance of tho week. All the men from the detach ments, which have reported at this camp, rtate that tho detachments will all be in for the. holidays. Holiday Entertainment In addition to other features Plan ned for tho ChrtstmnH entertainment a boxing bout between "Dick" Sullivan and "Stockey" McFadden has been ar ranged. Tho stngo has been remod eled -and the floor for the seats has been raised m that a good view of the performancc'will ho seen from all points. SHORTrSPORTS. - There will be n'mectlng of the Oahu League at C. F. Chllllngwortli's offlce this evenl'in. Important business will Lo brought up nnd tho past year's transactions all reviewed. Thcro will be n meeting of tho Chin ese .Athletic Club this evening nt the C. Y. M. C. A. As this will be the last meeting of the year a ful attendance of memboro Is requested.' Tho Honolulu Yacht Club will hold a meeting on Friday night' at Hill Lyle's residence. Tho meeting will be cnlled to order at 7:30 o'clock, and ninny Important matters will bo dis cussed. t A The Malles and High School soccer teams had a good practice yesterday arternoon at the Maklkl grounds. Two full teams were on the ground, and the form shown by all of the men was real ly good. Although It waa expected that Mullen 'would turn out and -show tho boys a trick or two, ho failed to do so. FLEET DELAY'is'DQUBTFUL An effort will be nindo to detain Dm Pacific Fleet In these waters during the tlmo of the Floral Parade, Tho. Aiercnants Association im inimn ,,.. Iho matter and have cabled to Ha waii a representative In Washington stating that such Is iho denim nr 11,,. people hero to see If arrangements couiu' ue made to have the whole or a part of the fleet hero on Washing ton's birthday. According to Admiral Rocs this ar rangement will hardly bo acceded' to as Admiral Bebreo Is to retlro on Feb ruary 20, and undoubtedly would wish to have tho fleet at Ban Francisco at that tlmojii order.lo turn the fleet over to his successor. CAPITOL PAINTINGS " ir, LAID TO REST Two. ancient paintings, which have hung In tho canllnl far m., f.... havo been removed to sate storage in tho basement. One of them fell with a crash yoi, lerday nnd It seemed to lie useloss to attempt to rehang it au It did not seom to fall In harmonlouslv with th rent of Iho liauglugs of the room. It, waa consigned to.obllvlon together with au othur of the 'same c'lasa. , 1 ' Ir Vnil' llflVa n 'ClBlnnin.. .., " T-" ..W.D HMWHUjr (Hail,, J-UH aro stire you have'tlio-bost. f n n Bulletin Business Office Phone 250 bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 180. Legal Notices. NOTICE OF SALE OF GENERAL LEASEOE PUBLIC. LANDS. Al tlclpcV,,Wt), iloriday, De cember 20th, 190B, at the front entrance to .the Capitol, Honolulu, i there' will be sold, at public, ' auction tiniler provisions of. Part V, Land Act 00895, Sections 27S-285 Ineltislve, itevised i.aws or Hawaii, general leases of; the following described lands; . ' '(!) Government remnant at Ka- hauntakaowe, Manoa, Oahu, con taining an area of 6.51 acres, more or' lew; being classed as agricultural land. Upscf rental $175.00 per an num, Payable soml-ahnually In ad vance. Term of (ease, li years from uecemner isi, lyuvt (2) Portion of the Government lands of Ulahae on the- Island of Molokal, lying below the, For est Reserve, containing an' area ut' 400' acres, more or less, being classed as'pastoral land. Upset rent nl, $60.00 per annum, Payablb'seml nnntinlly In advance. Terms or leased Id years from January 1st, 1909. (3) Government portion ot Ka- hananul, on the Island of Molokal, lying below the Forest Reserve, con taining an area Of 130 acres, more or less, being classed as pastoral land. Upset rental, $20.00 per an num. Payable semi-annually In ad vance. Term of. lease, 15 years from January 1st, 1910. These leases will contain fencing conditions. Reservations regarding land ac quired by the Government for set tlement,, reclamation or public pur poses will be embodied In eaCh'of the above leases. Cost of advertising to be paid by the purchaser. For maps at.J further Information npply to the offlae of the Commis sioner of Ptrbllc Lands, Honolulu. MARSTON'CAMPHKLL, Commissioner of Public Lands. Dated Honolulu, November ICth, 1909. 4470 Nov. 18, 24, Dec.-2, 9, 16. NOTICE TO CREDITORS The undersigned; trustees under Hint Certnlll lleml nf trxat mn,l l.v Her Majesty Ltlluokalanl under llnln f nAnk.l. n .AAA . 1 .....c ui Lfcvciiiuer , iauv, recoraea In the Registry of Conveyances In Honolulu In Liber 319, page 447, et sequlter, request all persona having ciniins against Her Mnjesty to pre sent the sam to Mr. Curtis P, lau- kea, managing trustee, at his offlce, Washington Place, Honolulu, on or before December 31, 1909, Dated nt Honolulu this 7th day ot December, 1909. A. 8. CLKGHORNj C.'P. IAUKEA.' WILLIAM O. SMITH. Trustees Lllluokalaril Trust, 448C-31 Corporation Notices ' HAIKU, SUGAR COMPANY Notice to Stockholders. Notice Is hereby given that new certificates for the Increased capital stock ot the Haiku Sugar Company will be Issued to stockholders on De cember 1r.H1 Kino Stockholders are particularly re quested to exchange their present certificates for those of the new la- sue wimout delay. The stock books nf th mmnnn will be closed for transfers from De cember nth to December 16th, In clusive. J. P. COOKb, Treasurer, Haiku Sugar Company. Honolulu;, December .Cth,,1909. UJ4484 Dec. 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, ' PAIA" PLANTATION Notice to Stockholders. Notice Is 'hereby given that new certificates for the Increased rnnitnt stock of, the Pala Plantation will be issued on December 15th, 1909; Stockholders are particularly re quested to exchance .tl.plr nrL, certificates for. those of the new Is- uo wunoui ueiay. The stock books of the company will be closed for transfer,, fr,m n cember 8th to December 15th, In- VIUBIVC. . J. P. COOKK.' Treasurer, pala Plantation. Honolulu, December 6th, 1909 4484 Dec. 6. 7, 8, 9, 10, . 13, ii in. J Business Not'ces . NOTICE ' On account of leaving' for the coast, all persona having any claims against mo will pleaso present, sama Ut OIH'e Ut lliv nffl,-n Alnl,A. -. . I'nd oblige ' "el' 4480-2t J. OSWALD LUTTfiD. EUCALYPTUS 'PLANTATIONS,! for 'investment. ' ' MURRIETA EUCALYPTUS ' COMPANY aw Judd Bid.. Oltv r - Los Angeles, ,Caj, Tn. 1- I . --" ),vo,i4- A A ;. wau tiitw i'.M3&i&toiti .nil l't".;U .