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tJVBKTNP B0UJBT1N, HONOLULU,' T.'H,, MONDAY, FEH. 7, 1910.
fcOceanic Steamship Company
ml- . !..... -i it. fa 1!hh tttlt !
; f, ilie SlCamcrS Ol IUU HUB wui Uiaivc
leave S. F.
Connects nt Honolulu with U. A. Line, leaving Honolulu for Aus
. tralia Jon. 8, 10 and every 28 days.
C. Brewer & Co,, Ltd.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP Co. & I0Y.0 RISEN KAISHA
Slenmcra of the above Companies will Call at HONOLULU and Leave
this Pott on or about tho D.itos mentioned t.eloiv:
leave Honolulu For Orient. Leave Honolulu For S. F.
NIPPON MAIIU JAN. 23 MANCHURIA ..'. JAN. 21
8111E1UA JAN. 31 CIUYO' MAIIU JAN. 28,
CHINA FEU. ,8 ASIA FEB. 4
MANCHUIILV KBII. -11 MONGOLIA MAY T
CHIYO MAIIU KKH. !!l TKNYO MAIIU FEU. 26
ASIA MAIL 2 KORHA MAIL 5
MONGOLIA MAIL 14 NIPPON MAKU MAIL 19
TKNYO MAIIU' MAIL 22 SUII'lUA MAIL 26
For further Information apply
H. Hackfeld &
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steameis r' the above line runnldQ In connection with the. CANAD
IAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. bftvtstn Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N.
E. W., and calllno at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and 8uva, FIJI, and Brts
bane, are DUE AT HONOLULU on or about, the dates below stated, vlr.:
FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA: FOR VANCOUVER:
HOAN'A FEB. B MAKURA FEB. 1
MAKURA KI5II. 25 MAITAI FKH. 14
MAITAl MAR. U MARAMA MAIL 1
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United 8Utes and
Europe, For Frlcrjht and Passane and all oeneral Information', apply to
THEO H. DAVIES & CO., LTD.. GENERAL AGENTS.
Jnmiiaii.., ...i-i.i..si-j.4 i s-)W ,., ...ll..l,ij-pMy
Matson Navigation Company
i ;i BETWEEN SAN FRANCISCO' AND HONOLULU
From San Francisco
S. S. HHoninn Jan 19
S. S. Lnrlitio....j Feb 9
S. S. Wilholmina .Feb, 16
S. S. Lurline March 9
S. S. Wilhelmina Maroh 18
S. S.' Lurline .April 0
For further particular, apply to
CASTLE & COOKE. LTDGeneral Agents, SpqoMs
1-jliSLkfl AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
From New York to Honolulu via Tehuantepcc every sixth day. Fseiefct
received at all times at the Company's wharf, 41st Street, Sooth
FROM SAN FRANCISCO TO HONOLULU:
S. S. ALASKAN, via PuRet Sound, to sail JAN. 30. 10 days in transit
S. S. ARIZONA!!, via PitRet Sound, to sail FEB. 11, 16 days in transit
S. S. NEVADAN. direct, to sail FEB. 10. 7 days in transit
S. S. VIRGINIAN, via Puffet Sound, to sail FEB. 23, 18 days'in transit
vnnuT SPATTT.F. ANT) TACOMA TO' HONOLULU DIRECT :
S. S. ALASKAN, to sail
S. S. ARIZONA", to sail ,.
S. S. VIRGINIAN, to sail
FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRANCISCO DIRECT: ,
S. S. NEVADAN oarryinR passengers to sail FEB. 91
For further information apply to, ,H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
ngents, Honolulu. . .
C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent,
BUSTACE - PECK CO; LTD
63 QUEEN STREET
Estimates given on all kinds of Draying,, Teaming, Road Building,
Firewood. Coal. Waianae Sand For Salt. " " ""v
, BE EKRANGE
B. F. BiSXINflBAH CO.
General Agent for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company of London.
New York Underwriters' Agency.
Providence Washington Insuranco Co.
th fLOOR, STANGENWALD BLDG.
Is not a Luxury; It Is a Necessity,
But you Mutt have the BEST
snd that Is provides jy the famous
and most equitable Laws of Massa
chusetts, In the
New England Jkittal
Life Insurance Co,.
OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
If you would be' fully Informed abput
these la.vs, addross
Castle i& doke,
, HONOLULU; T. H.
a s M.t 1 AfiA it fat isi4 (la HAMnnrtAii
huu ivaic una puis, os uwvuuuvi ,
Arrive Hon. Leave Hon, Arrive S. F.
JAN. 28 JAN. 12 JAN. 18
Vliil. 2 FHI1. 8.
Co., Ltd, Agents
For San Francisco
S. S. Lurline Jan. 18
S. S. Hilonian ... .Jan. 25
S. S. Lurline. . Feb. 18
S. S. Wilhelmina Feb.' 24
S. S. Lurline March 16
S. S. Wilhelmina March
I S. S. Lurline April 12
: PEB. 19
Oahu Railway Time Table
For Wnlanao, Walalua, Kahuku arid
Way Statlona 9:15 a. m., 3:20 p. m.
For Poarl City, Kwa Mill and Way
BtatlnnH 17:30 a', in., 9:1B a. ra..
11:30 n. in., HB p. m.. '3:20 p. m.,
CMS p. m., J9:30 p. m tll:lB v.,m.
For Wahlawn and Ieliehua 10:20
n. m., 5:15 p. ni., 9:30 p. m., tll:15
Arrlvo Honolulu from Kahuku,". Wat
aulun and Walan'ao S: 36 a; m.,
C:3l p. m.
Arrlvo Honolulu from Ewa Mill and
IAinrl City 17:45 a. in., 8:36 a. m.,
11:02 a. m., 1:40 p. m., 4:26 p. m.i
0:31 p. ni., ':30 p. m.
vrlvo Honolulu from Wahlawn and
Jxllt'lma 9:15 a. ni., tl:40 p. m., 5:31
p. ni., tl0:10 p. m,
Tlio Ilalclwa Llmltod, a two-hour
train (only first' class tickets honored),
loaves tlonolulu ovory Bundnjr at, S:3C
a, m.; roturnliiB arrives In Honolulu
nt 10:10 p. m. Tho LlmllcJ stops only
at I'earl City and Walanao outward,
und Waianae, Walpabu aud Tearl Ctty
Dally. tSunday Excopte'd. JSunday
O. P. DHNISON. F. C. SMITH.
Superintendent, O. P. A.
Bulletin Business Office. Phone .258.
Bulletin , Editorial Boom. Phone, 184
IfTAlUmO II IBM.
Commercial and Trav
elers' Letters of Credit
issued on1 the Bank- of
California and The Lon
don Joint Stock Bank,
Correspondents .for the
American Express Com
pany and Thoa. Cook &
Interest allowed on
term and Savings Bank
Ctaus aprecKds & Ui
Claus Sprockets. W. a Irwin.
HONOLULU, : j : T, H,
San Francisco Agents Tbo N
Yada National Bank' of Ban Franolsoo.
Draw Exchange on the Nevada, Na
ttonal Bank of San Francisco, -s
London The Union of 'London and
Smith's Bonk, Ltd.
,Nw York Amorlcan 'Bxchango
'Chicago Cora Exchange National
Paris Credit Lyonnalt.
Hongkong and Yokohama Ilons
koug-Shaaghal Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Dank
of Now Zealand and Bank of Austra
Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
British North America:'
Deposits received. Loans made on
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' 'Credits Issued; Bills of
Exchange bought and fold:
Collections Promptly Accounted Fir. J
The Yokohama Specie
CapiUl (Paid ap).. Yen H,1
Reserve Fund Yes 15,
HEAD OFFICE. YOKOHAMAi ,.
' The bank out and reoetve ftar; col
lection bills of exchange, tsirtei
Drafts and Letters of CrefllV 'and
transacts a reneral bankhir bnftaem-
' The Bank receives Loral DepnRi
and Head Office Deposits for firefl pe
riods. Local Deposits" $15 and ntnrard
for one year at rate of 4 per an
num. Head Office Depositee Yea to and
upwards, for one-half, yea, 'one,;
two year, .or three year M, rai
4V. per annum.
Particulars to be obtained on aH
Honolulu Office 3fS.-Kin; Jtreet,
P; 0. Bex. 18ft
Mt TOEEDAv Kanajcet
AND TRUST 60;
.OF HAWAII, LTD,
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL' . .ttB0',OOOJO0
PAID UP CAPITAL ...... .10b,0o6x
PresldenV .Cepll, Brown
Vice Preeldept ..M. P.'Rbblhson
Cashier; ' ......jU. T.';Peek
Office:, Corner Fort and' Km Sts.
SAVINGS, DEPOSITS received arid
(nterost allowed for yearly deposits
at tho rate of, 4 per cent per annum.
Rules and regulations, furnished up
NO' BETTER HELP" TO SUCCESS
than a Sayings Account in.
Bank of Hawaii; ltd:
Will do it
Chos. R. Frazier
fOUR ADVERTISERI I
jhone 371. 182'Kin; St. I
WtUi&t & Baldwii
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
H. P. Baldwia,.S . .-. . .PretMnrt
J. B. 0etle." . .Vice President'
WJ K. Alexander . ; t.M
...... I77.JV Vice PiW.
J.f P. Cooke.
Third Vi' ". Miager
J. WaterVo . ..Tr.nnrw
"E. E: Paton .... ' -.
W. 0. Smith '.
J. R. Qalt..... 01-
W. R. Castle.. ., ,
, ' . SLIBAR FACf'J.!.
-" '-e-yfc, I
Agent for '
Hawaiian Coinme'reial 4 Sugar Co,
Haiku. Sua Company.
Paia PlnUtio. k
Maui' Agrioultarai Company.
Hawaiian tuitar Oomnany.
Kanaka Plantation Company.
Kahilui Ballroadr Company.
HsJeaJtabk Sanch .Company.
Castte I Cooke, tii
Honolulu, T, H,
SHTPPIHG AND COMMISSION MSB.
0HASTS, SUGAR. FACTORS
GENERAL', raSUEAHCE AGENTS
Ewa Plantation, Co.
iWaiJua.Ajrnenltural Co.. Ltd.
Vntiai Sugar Co.
Walmea SugarMill Co.
ApokA.'8ugar Co., Ltd.
Fulton Iron-Works of. St. Louis,
Blake Steam Pumps',
Babepck A' Wilson Boilers
Gteta'i "fuel; Icbnomisers
March Staav Tutps,
Mttsoh Naviiration Co.
Planters' Line. Shippinc Co.
C. Brewtr & Co.. Ltd.
QUEEN STREET. HONOLULU, T. E.
Hawaiian" Agricultural 4to., Onomaa
Sugar Oe, Hanoma Sofor Co, VVal
ItaHu 'Sugar Ccs Papaafceo Sugar Co,
Kapapala Rahoh, Thomas Pineapple
LIST OP OFFICERS:
E. P. Blehoo, President; George
Robertson, Vloe Prald( and Man
ager; W.n W. North,, .freaaurer and
Secretary; Geo. R. Oartf r, 'AedAor ; p.
C. Jones, C. , Cooke, J. R. Satft f4
R. A. Cooke, Directors.
C. Brewer, & Co., Ltd:
FIRE AND MARINE
Royal Insurance Co. of Liverpool.
Londom Assurance Corporation:
uommerciai union Assurance Co, of
Scottish) Union & National'lns. Co
Caledonian Insurance Co.. of Edin
Upper Rhine Insurance Co, (Ma
rine). Territorial: Board of
;. immigration' .
Office- 403 Steninjrold,, BJdf,
of the' Season
"AiLi'ttle Iaint '
. Goes a. Iong, Way.
ilf Applied by, '
: TOM SHARP
I The Painter
HOIaQLULU iftON WORKS
u r Agents, ,
Territory ot elawall.)
OHrand Ovunty )ss.
of Honolulu. )
CBCIIi. DROWN and L. T. P1X3K,
aohi being vri sworn, depose and
sar UiatUky are rcapeslhel'y, Piosl
daut and' fjaettler of TUB F1K8T
AatmUOiLN' AV1N08 AND' TiUkT
CO, 07 HiWJOI, IVTD., and that Uis
toltowing scbeditU laa' fall, tnie' jut
and aceurete. statement A the afalrs
of the said TFIF) FIRST AULTtlCAN
8AY1NOS TnUST CO. OF ll'A'
WAU, IriX, toiund. Including Uia.Slst
day of Decombor U09, such cchiidule
being reqnlrod by BcoMon M88 of Ui
Ilarlirad Iw Of the. Territory bf Ha
at-.o ttuthoriied capital of the Coro
D.iiiy Is ,1200,000.00. dlrMul Into 2,000
iliares of the par value of $100.00
wsjjb The number of sbaroa lssuod
laffco; Ofty per cnt., equal v 1100,
OOW, lwis bon paid In on tho slock,
leavthk . $100)00.00 subject to be
The LiabiUUbs of the Company on
tho, first day ot January, 1910, were
Capital paid Up $100,080.00
Daposli , ;,... 7U.1M.M
Undivided profit UISB.74
Ttie Aaseta of the Com- x
pany on tho first day of
January; 1910; wero'as'fol-
low: ' .
Baal BBtate . . . 41,300.00
Cash1 on' Hand
and In' bank.. 4l.3S9.04
Interest accrued 6;441.17
8apanso ....... 681.27
L. T. PECK,
I Subscribed and sworn to boforo me
uiia sist day of January, 1910.
(Sla.) F. v. pnnNAvnnQ
Uflatill MnftM. 11. .1.11.. t.-,-.. ....-,..
Xuwh. ..uwutj. uu.iv, rilUl JUUJC1BJ
I hereby eartlfy that tho foreaoing
Ir b truo and Inlthful'copy.of tho' orig
inal statement or schedule of the
nilST AMBIUCAN SAVlNOfl A
TJiUBT coV of Hawaii; lira, sworn
in boforo me-on the list day of Janu
Qlvon under my hand and seal this
list day of January, 1910.
(Big.)' FRAME: V, "FBRNANDBS;
(8eal) Notary Publle, First Judicial
MORTOAaEE'S'NOnCE OF INTEK-
TKK TO, FORECLOSE AND OF.
Notlos. Is hereby elvcni that, nur-
uant to the power of sale, contained
In that certain mortgage dated Au
gust. 16, 1901, 'made by Caroline
HaUChtOn. Of. Honnl'lllil. Torrllnr. nf
I Hawaii, mortgagor, ,to the Pioneer
uuuaiog &, ifita Association of Ha
waii, mortgagee which eald mort-
gnge is.recordcdyin the Register Of
fice, OahUh.ln Liber-2S1, on pages
230, and ,232, the said, mortgagoe In.
tends, to foreclose said mm-toi for
condition broken, to-wlt, the non
payment of principal aud Interest
NOtien i llitnwlsin i-lvnti (hat tho
prOporty conveyed by, said mortgage
will be sold nt public auction at the
auctlbu rooms of Joniea W. Pratt, on
Merchant street, in said Honolulu,
on Saturday, the 6th day of Febru-
i, iv, bi i ociock, noon oisaiu
The' property -conveyed by ld
mortgage-and'' which will be" sold as
ftforASaM Is nil tl)at rnptnln- felAA n,
land situated on Emma street, Hono
lulu nfnrAflrt)d. Tinnnrfn ntt;..a
I , .Ileglnnlnk at a polnfon the, north
aiue; ot i;mma street 227- feet from
the, north corner, of Emma ahd'Vlne-
ynra, sireie, jand running by true
1. N, 31 56' W, 3S.E feet along
, 2. N.,'65 10' E. 44.6 feet along
Carter Ihtr x
3. S. 32 iV B. 42 feot along L.
, C. A", 660, Ap'. 2, to Emma'
4. S. 69' 36 W, 44.8 feet albng
Emma street to initial point.
AlBO tho bulIdlnCa nnil Imnrnn.
Terms:' Cash. United atntoa earn
coin. . '.
DjCd at the. ainnnso nf tho nor.
Dated,. Honolulu,. T. H., January,
"1 ,1W1, .
THE, PIONEEftUlLDlNO. & LOAN
AOijuuiATlUN, OF HAWAII,
A. O.'M. nonEItTSON,
AUorney for Mortgagee,
t45tC-Ian. 14, 21, 28; Fob, 4.-
Ifr Our Cream
Special care to- keen
it coldi and. protect' it
from contamination as-
sure 1 ample keeping
THE POND DAIRY;
BaHaasBlBHHHrflHMHBiH I Hackfeld Buildine Fort and Queen I- . V
V ' ' .. ' - "-"' I
f , SEALEp TENDERS..
; Sealed Tcndere will be received by
the Superintendent of Public Works
Illltll. 12 m. nf Tnomlnv I.'ol.rnifrv 1 R.
Jl910 at which time they will be
publicly opened, for the following
Steel filing devICo for the Governor's
Automatio Device Locks.
C NO. II 121 V Units In. 69 nlnl.fi-
Wernicke Catalogue) or equal.
1 No. 123 C'Unlt (p. 74 Globe
Wernicke Catalogue) or equal.
1 No. 124 C Unit (p. 74 dlobe
Wernkke, Catalogue) or caual.
' 1 No. 126 C Unit (p. 74 Glob-
Wernleke Catalogue) or equal.
No. 128 D Unit (p. 88 Globe
Werhlcke Catalogue) or equal..
Above to te uniform device, sup
plying 12 vertical, letior hies for let
Urs, 15 3-5 card Indices, 8 4-6 card
Indices, 6 (-8 card Indices,, 38 docu
ment fllee, ton and base.
' Didders to stata time, of delivery.
Tho Superintendent ot , Public
Works reserves the right Co reject
an or all bid.
(8.) MAI18T0N CAMPBELL,
Superintendent of Public Works.
, Public Works, Honolulu, January
iiRn llttn 4 0 91 . t.v.1. t o n A
C 7, 8, .
Tho opening of tenders for the"
laying ot galvanized Iron pipe for
tne Ktila pipe line hnB again been
postponed until 12 m. ot Monday,
February 28, 1910.
Superintendent of Public. .Works.
' Department of Public Works, Feb
ruary 4, 1910. 4C3C-3t
1 Tho Hnjclwa bridge, on the belt
road, Is closed for repairs until fur
O. II. OEIIE.
1 City and County Engineer.
IN, THE CIIICUIT COURT, FIRST
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In
Probate. At Chambers. In the mat
tor of the Estate of Kaulmakaolo
Lhzarus of Honolulu, Oahu, deceased.
Oh reading and filing the petition
and accounts of Honry Smith,-executor
ot the will of said 'deceased,
wherein petitioner asks to bo allow.
ed $3695.98 and charged himself
with $3630.40, and asks that the
same bb examined nnd approved, and
that n final order be mndo ot dlstrl
button of tho remaining, property to
the, persons thereto entitled and dls
charging petitioner and sureties from
all further responsibility herein; It
Is Ordored, That Monday, the 28th
day of February, 1910, at 10 o'clock
a, ni., boforo tho Judge presiding at
Chambors of said Court at his court
room in tho Judiciary building, in
Honolulu, County of Honolulu, be
and tho same herobyls appointed tho
tlmo and place for bearing said pe
tition nnd accounts, and that all per-.
Bona Interested may. then and there,
appear and Bhow cause, if any they
have, why tho samo should not be
granted, and mny present evidence
as to who aro entitled to the said
property. Ily tho Court. Dated the
7th day of January, 1910. J. A.
4619 Jan. 17, 24. 31; Feb. 7.
For, Infant and Children.
rii Kind You Have Always BNtjbt
SPEND CHINESE NEW YEAR AT
NO 'COOKERY, TROUBLES! THERE
BEST SODA- WATER
Coca-Cola, Jersey Cream, Iron Brew,
and' all the popular flavors
! HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS
Phone 518' , ,lj 14W
Keep yW books in order, preserve them from cock
roaches, and have tv cozy library corner by using Macey
Sectional' Bookcases. 'Oak and t mahogany. Low prices;
H. Hackfeld & Qoh Ltd;, Agents
i RECREATIONS: I
M ' 1 ' .
THE PAY CAR.
Tim Arl Theater will nrcsent to-
nlcht nnd tomorrow nleht a very
dramatic Btory In picture form that
Is called "Tho Pay car." The story
1. nn, nf rnllrnnrl ltfn and Is realis
tically portrnyed. The plot begins
with the discharge or a urunaen
fireman. Somo tramps sco mm in
ilila rnmlltloii nnd decide to rob him.
Ho manages to change their Inten
tions by Inducing them to join him
In nn nltftmilt tn mil thfl NOV train
The wife of the engineer learna. of
their plans and tries to cnecK menu
She Is caught by tho robbers and
bound nnd gagged and carried to a
room. In carrying her away tho
robbers fall to .notice that she drops
lmr reit shawl on tho track. This
serves as a warning to her husbnnd
on the pay train, und he stops tne
train, saving It from wreck, and, rec
ognizing his wlfo'a shawl, ho organ
izes a Bcarch party for her. She
nnd tho robbers aro found and nfter
n bloddy fight the thieves aro killed
THE WALL SISTERS.
Tho attraction t at the Novelty
Theater that Is drawing big crowds
is tho dancing and Blnglug of tho
Wall Bisters, two girls from tho
States who came here undor ongngo
ment a few weeks ago. While the
singing of the girls interests a part
of the nudlencc, there Is no ques
tion but that all nro highly enter
tained by tho Spanish fandango, In
which the love-mnklng of a Spanish
girl Is portrayed In dance steps. No
explanation Is given of tho danco to
the audience, hut nearly all Inter
pret tho dnnce correctly, na It Is
easy to sco that the dancer wishes
to toll the object of her. love of hor
feelings, but 1b prevented from do
ing eo on nccount of tho conven
tions surrounding her sex. Tho
danco ns an Interpretation of' feeling
is one thnt Is worth a visit to tho
' TRUEBL00D READING.
When the Cleveland leaves tho
Coast for lief return trip around tho
world, sho will havo aboard her
many people from various parts ot
the States, but perhaps none nro so
well known as Professor ot Elocution
nnd Oratory of tho University ofi
Michigan Thos. C. Trueblood. Tho
professor Is away from tho university
on leavo ot absence and has been
touring tho States,. lecturing nt alt
the large cities and reading beforo
ninny, of the colleges nnd universi
ties, where, he has received unusual
praise from the press. Professor
Trueblood' Is woll known as a public
leader and lecturer throughout tho
West. His readings aro taken from
the very best of Utcrnturo, with spe
cial attention to Shakespearean
work.. Ho Is n strong advocate ot
the simple, business' style ot public
speaking, a style ot which Wendell
Philips was the greatest' representa
tive: at once dignified, energetic and
It Is unusual for tho wife to pos
sess the. tastes and kindred talents
of. hor husband, and fortunnto Indeed
Is Bhe who can appreciate nnd en
courage thoso ambitions h; Inherent
aspirations. Or thla limited' class la
Mrs. Trueblood, She Is n gifted
woman, and her style Is said to bo
unaffected, simple, free from man
nerisms, yet full ot power, nnd her
readings ever Inspire as well ns. en
tertain. While tn the city' It Is hoped that,
Professor and Mrs. Trueblood may bo
persuaded to read before the. Hono
lulu public, as it is seldom Hint' peo
ple ot such talent pass through this
' THE PARK PROQRAM. I '
At tho Park this week "Tho New
Mall Carrier" will' b'o trie fcaturo film
at' the- open-air theater this, evening,
it deals with tho recent" strike with
tho telegraphers and postal clorks In
Paris, and shows tho dlflicultlcs met
by a now man In tho business. Wal
laco and Way, Miss Gallon, and tho y
Molnotto Bisters will da the vaudavlllo
rart of tho progrnpi, and 'tho show
will undoubtedly be a good 0110. Last
week, tbo, business at tho Park was a
record one ,and' tho sailor boys held
the fort In great numbers, delighted ,
with tho show. This week tho pro
gram throughout Is to bo mettcr than
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