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IS."' I 8 EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T It.. THUnsDAY, JULY 21, 1810. Oceanic Steamship Company V- -SCHEDULE 8. S. SIERRA. 10,000 TONS DISPLACEMENT j leave S. P. Arrive Hon.Icnvc Hon. Arrive S. F aCL-YSo." AUGUST . At-onVTIO .MtOUaTlfi AUGUST ,20 .AUQUST36 At'OttSTSl ., .. ,i .8EPTEMHKIU C (G5 first elms, single, S. F.; $110 ' cisco. C. BREWER 'Pacific Mail Steamship Co., arid Toyo Kisen Kaisha! Steamers ot tho nbovn Companies will Call At HONOLULU and Leave this Port uu or about the Dates mentioned bolow: Leave Honolulu For Orient. Leave Honolulu For S. F, Chiyo Maru Ju1y20 HoiiRolia July30 Tenyo Miru July 30 Korea ". August 7 Tor further Information RppU tt H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., agents ' Matson Navigation Company BETWEEN SAN FRANCISCO AND HONOLULU From San Francisco For San Francisco S. S. Lurlirc August 3 S. S. Wilhclmiiia August 0 S, S. Lurlinc August 31 S. S. S. HYADES of this line sails For further particular, apply to CASTLE & COOKE, LTD.. Canadian-Australian Royal Mail STEAMSHIP FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA: vIARAMA JULY 22 MAKITRA AUGUST 19 ZEALANDIA .... BHl'TEMHEIt 10 THEO H. DAVES & CO., LTD.. GENERAL i.GENTS. AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN From New York to Honolulu, Freight received at all times South Brooklyn. FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA S. S. VIRGINIAN, to sail S. S. MEXICAN, to sail For further Information apply to ,H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD. agents, Honolulu. C. P. MORSE: General Freight Agent. YOU LIKE PROMPTNESS? WE NEVER FAIL UNION - PACIFIC TRANSFER CO. MOVING AND STORAGE MJSTACE - PECK CO., LTD 63 QUEEN STREET Estimates given on all kinds of Excavating, Filling. FIREWOOD AND COAL, WAIANAE FIRE INSURANCE The B. F. Dillingham Co. LIMITED General Agent for Hawaii: Atlas Assurance Company of London. New York Underwriter' Aaency. Providence Washington Inturanco Co. th FLOOR, 8TANGCNWALO DI.DO. LIFE INSURANCE li not a Luxury; It le a Ntcestlty, But you Muit have the DUST and that la provided jy the Turnout and. most equitable Lawa of Matta thuiettt, In the New England Mutual Life Insurance Co. OF D08TON, MA8SACIIU8CTT0, 'If 'you would be fully Informed about theae laws, address ,. CASTLE & COOKE, GENERAL AQENT3.' HONOU'LU, T. H. first clasi, round trip, San Fran. i, CO., LTD., General Agents S. S. Wilhclmina July20 S. S. Lurlinc August 9 S. S. Wilhclmina August 17 S. Lurlinc Scntember 10 from Seattle for Honolulu, direct, General Auents, Honolulu COMPANY FOR VANCOUVER: ZHAI.ANWA AUGUST 16 MAItAMA SlU'TEMRKR 13 STEAMSHIP COMPANY, via Tehuantcnec. every sixth dav. at the Company's wharf, 41st Street, TO HONOLULU DIRECT: JULY 25 AUGUST 0 PHONE 68 PflONZ t Droying, Teaming, Road Builiiaf, SAND FOR SALE Oahu Railway Time Table Outward, For Wnlnnno, Wnlalua, Knhuku and Way Stations S: 15 a. m.. 3:20 p. m. For Pearl City, l;wa Mill and Way Stations t7;30 a. m., 9:16 a. tn.. 11.30 ii. in.. 2:15 p. m.. 3!20 p. m, 5:15 p, m., 19:30 p. ra., tiljlB p.'mi - Fnr Wahlawa and Lellobua '10:20 n. in., 5:16 u. m, 19:30 p. m., fll:l6 P. ui. Inward. Arrlvo Honolulu from Knhuku. Wal aiilua and Walanao 8:3(T a. m., 5:31 p. ra. Arrlvo Honolulu from I!t Mill and I'oiirl City 17:45 a, m., '8:36 n. m u us a m.. '1H0 p, m., '4.26 p. m ii-ji p. m., '7:ao p. m. Arrlvo Honolulu from Wahlawa and Lellehua 9.16 u. m , tl:40 p. m., 5:31 p. m. ii:.u p. m. Tho Halelwa Limited, a two-hour train (only flrat clans tickets honored), leavea Honolulu every Sunday at 8-36 n m ; returning, arrlvo i Honolulu at in. 10 p m The Limited stops only bi renri uiiy anil walanao outward unit Wulanao, Walpahu and Pearl City inwara. Dally. fSuadar Excepted. JSunday uniy. 0. P PENISON, F C. SMITH, Superintendent. a, P. A. Bulletin Business Office Phone 858, Bulletin Editorial Room Phone IB! MTA1LIH1D II 1811. BISHOP &'C'0. BAKXIXJ i j Coinmcrcial and Trav elers' Letters of Credit issued on the Bank o California and The Lon don Joint- Stock Bank Ltd., London. Correspondents lor the American Express Com pany and Thos. Gxk & Son. Interest allowed on term, and Savings bank Deposits. BanK of Honolulu San Francisco Agents The Nevada Natloual Dank of San Francisco. Draw Excnange on the Nevada National Hank ot Sau FrnncUco London 1 he Union of London anil Smith's Rank, Ltd. New York American Kxchnnrfs National Dank. Chlcaao Cora Exchange Na tional Hank. Parle Credit Ljonnals. Hongkong and Yokohama Hongkong Shanghai nankins Cor poration New Zealand and Australia Tlnnk of Now Zealand and Dank ot Australasia. Victoria and Vancouvo- Dank of British North America. Deposits received. Loans made on approved security. Commercial nnd Travelers' Credits Issued. Dills ot Exchange- bought and sold. Collections Promptly Accounted For. -- -. The Yokohama Specie Bank, Limited Capital (Paid Up). Yon 211000,000 llcservo Fund ....Yen 6,250,000 HEAD OFF4CB, YQKOHAMAv 4 Tho bank lius end receives for collection bills ot oxchango, Ibbucb Drafts and Letters of Credit, and transacts a gcnornl banking business. The Dank receives Local De posits nnd Head Offlce Deposits for fixed periods. Local deposits $2S and upwards for one year at rato of 4 per an num. Head ORlro Deposits, Yen 26 and upwards for one-half year, one year, two yews, or thro years at rate of iA per annum. Particulars to be obtained on application. Honolulu Offlce 07 S. King SL P. O. Box 168. YU Akal . (Manager Oahu Machine Shop Manager - H. L. BOSS 301 QUEEN AND RICHARDS STS. Telenhone 514 ENGINEERS AND GENERAL MACHINE REPAIRS Automobiles, Motor Cycles, Gas Sta tionary and Marine Engines, Rice ' " Mill Machinery, Etc. BU.lDING MATERIAL oi all rani, DKALXRS IN LUMBM. ALLEV ft ROJJDHOir, nn Itwt """'"' .'t "!Ibnrll5fn, PLANISHED STEEL A full assortment, sizes 24"xOQ" to 48"xl20", and gauges No. 10 to No. 20 just to hand. We do sheet metal work of all kinds, and guarantee satislactlon. 'Your patronage is solicited. rROMPT ATTENTION TO JOBBING EMMELUTH & CO., LTD. 'Phone 211 145 Kine St. BEST COAL AND WOOD - HONOLULU ,. piume & DRAYING fONSTRUCUON 281 COMPANY, LB; 0 F F I C E Q U E E N ST., NEXT TO INTER-fSLAND CO. ' Alexander & Baldwin. LIMITED. Jf , OFFICER8 AND DIRECTORS II. P. naldwln President W. O. Smith.. Flrat Vice-President W. M. Alexander Second Vice-President J, P. Cooke , . Third Vicp-Prea. and Manager 1. Watcrhoune Treasurer 'B. E. PhxIiiii SecrplarT J. D. Caatle Director f J. ILvualt, ;. Director W. R. Castle Director Sugar Factors. Commission Merchants, and Insurance Agents Agents for Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co. Haiku Sugar Company. Pala Plantation. Maul Agricultural Company. Hawaiian Sugar Company. Kahuku Plantation Company, Kahulul Railroad Company. Halenkala Rnmh Company, Honolua Kanch. Mcllrydo Sugar Co. Kanal Railway Co. Castle & Cooke, Ltd Honolulu, T. H. SHIPPING AND COMMIS3ION MER CHANTS, SUGAR FACTORS and GENERAL IN8URANCE AGENTS Representing ' Kwa Plantation Co. Wnlalua Agricultural Co., Ltd. Knhnla Sugar Co. Wnlmea Sugar Mill Co. Aokna Sugar Co., Ltd. Fulton Iron Works of SL Louis. Babrock & Wilson Pumps. Green's Fuel Economizers. Matson Navigation Co. G. Brewer & Co., Ltd, SUGAR FACTORS AND COM MISSION MERCHANTS Officer and Directors: E. F. Bishop President Geo. II. Robertson ....Vlco-Presldent and Manager W. W, North Treasurer Richard lvers , ,. Secretary J.' It. (lalt .'. Auditor Geo. It. Carter Director C. 11. Cooko Director It. A. Cooko Director A! Gartloy Director 0. Brewer & Co., Ltd. FIRE AND MARINE ' INSURANCE AGENCIES Royal Insurance Co. ot Liverpool. London Assurance Corporation. Commercial Union Assurance Co. of London. Scottish Union & National Ins Co. of Edinburgh. Caledonian Insuranco Co. ot Edin burgh. Uppor Rhine Insurance Co. (Ma rino) Territorial Board of Immigration Office 403 Btangewtld lllf. Htinolnln. SCANDINAVIA BELTING HONOLULU IRON WORKS Areata Forcegrowth Will do it " PACIFHfENGINE'ERiNG"' COMPANY, LTD.' Consulting; 'Designing and Con , structlrig Engineen, : Bridges, Bulldogs, Concrete Struc tures, Steel Structures. Sanitary Sys tems, Reports and Estimates on Piu ieots. Phone 145. ' 185 editorial rooms 50 Butt ness office. These 'are the telephone nlimK,,, nf 4h. tlliltMtn nfflft f PEOPLE WANT MANY TREES Requests Coining In For Ma'liyjjiousaifds For QuicDfejiVcry There arc on file with the Bureau of Forestry at tho present .time re quests for 287,000 trees to be de livered Within tho next five months,1 iheso or'tlers "coming ffo'm four plan tations In tiii Territory'. Tho past month hns been a busy'; one for tho bureau, nnd In the nur very work the following excerpts from a report are Interesting! Nursery Plant Distribution In seed boxes, sold 2000, gratis S00; In boxes, transplanted, gratis 3017; pot growil, sod S8, gratis 3801. Total,; sold 24S8, gratis 73189776. The sum of $30.60 was collected for plants sold nnd the same has been deposited with tho treasurer na a realization. The demand for trees Is Increas ing nnd several large orders arc pn fllo for trees to be delivered within tho next five mouths. A few ot the largest are given below: Honolulu Plantation Co., 121,000 trees; Wala lua Agricultural Co., 150,000; Ha mnkua Mill Co., 6000; Kllauea Plan tation Co., 10,000. Total, 287,000 trees. In addition to the above, a numj her of orders from homesteaders are expected. ' Already thore have been received from tho Thompson Settle ment, Walohlnu, Kau, Hawaii, orders for over 3000 trcea to bo delivered as soon as possible The different military camps and forts are also drawing heavily upon the stock, and county supervisors are applying for quantities ot trees for road planting and for park, etc. To Pupukca wa ter rcservo on July C plants wero commenced to bu shipped at the rato of 2000 a week, there being about 10,001) more required to complete tho planting on Reserve C. Should It be decided to fill all tho orders now on file and at the saifio time eupply tho regular demand, also have a stock ready for Arbor Day, It will be necessary to Increase the number ot men and also make ar rangements for largo suppllo ot ma terial for boxes nnd benches, etc. Arrangements In connection with the subject ought to bo made at once, so that the trees can be got ready In time for the planting season, which commences about the first of No vember. LUCAS ILL FILED Property to tho amount ot (20,000 was left by tho lato W. T. Lucas, who died Juno 6 In San Francisco nnd whoso will has been filed for probate. Mary E. Lucas Is named as oxec utrix without bond and she Is the solo legateo under tho terms ot the will which was drawn at Llbue, Kauai, In 1901. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. Entered for Record July 19, 1910, frorrii 10:30 a, m. to 4 p. m. William Wclsbarth and wf to Hen ry Komomua Jr D Ht'ury Komomua Jr to William Wclsbarth M Mrs Mary II Smith to William O Smith ct ui , , jPA Itlver Mill Co to Hco Kong Tr..CM LI Kong hco and wt to Cback Fook .., D Lau Seo to Wong Ah Chuck...... D Lau Seo to Wong Ah Chuck DS Oanlcl P McGregor and,wf to H O Danford , M Lcong Kam Kce Co PD , Entered fo Record July 20, 1910, from 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m. Ja's It von Oclhoftcn and wf to A N Haysoldcu M Recorded July 9, 1010. Trent Trust Co Ltd to Edward F Patten, ltel; lot 13, I, P (gr) S106, new Palolo Valley ltd, Honolulu, Oahu; J1000, I) 339, p 47. July 8, 1910. Trent TruBt Co Ltd to Kdwurd F Patten, Itcl; add cbg on Land Pat ent G10C, Palolo, Honolulu, Oahu; S2G0. II 339, p 48. July 8, 1910. Wong See and hsh et ol by atty ot mtgeo to James M Laird, D; ap 11 and por ap 10 of gr 177, Here tanla and Young Sts, Honolulu, On hu; S500. 11 338, p 108. Juno 24, 1910. James M Laird to Henry Holmes, O; ap 11 and por ap 10 ot gr 177, Ueretanla and Young Sts, -Honolulu, Oafcu; $1. U 338, p 110. June 30, 1910. ' Dank of Hawaii Ltd toTrofChaug See, O; lots 1, 2, 3, 4, G, 6, 1G, 17, 18, 23, 24 and 2S, rents, etc, ot Lee Chu Tract, King St, Honolulu, Oahu; $4125. II 338, p HI. May 26, 1910. C Y Alona nnd wf to 11 K Moke nnd wf, I) II; male child, Knulila- hlwa, born -Dec 10, 1009, 11 336, p itx. Juiy :, tiu. ' Ocorge Rodlek uud wf to Paul MOVEMENTS. r: OF STEAMERS VESSELS TO ARRIVE Thursday, July 21. San Francisco Nevadari, it, N. S. S. Friday, July 22. Vancouver Marama, O, A. S. S, Saturday, July 23, Hllo via way ports Mauris Kea, stmr. 8unday, July 24, Maul, Molokal and Lanal po'rta Ml kahaU, stmr. Kauai ports Klnau, Btmr. Monday, July 25. San Francisco Chlyo Mara, T. K. K. S. 8. Hongkong via Japan porta Hong kong Moru, Jap. stmr. Tuesday. July '28, San Francisco via Seattle llyades, M. N. S. 8.' Wednesday, July 27. Kauai ports W. O. Hall, slinr. Hawaii and Maul ports Claudlno, stmr. Friday, July 29. , Hongkong via Japan ports Mon'go Ha. P. M. S. S. Hongkong via Japan ports Tenyo Maru, Jap. stmr. Saturday, July 30. Hllo tla way ports Mauna Koa, stmr. VESSELS TO DEPART Thursday, July1 21. Kauai ports W. d. Hall, stmr., 6 P ru, Friday, July 22. Australian ports via Suva Mara ma, C.-A. S. S, Hawaii via Maul ports Claudlne, stmr., 6 p. m. 8aturday, July 23. San Francisco Cleveland, U. 8. S. Conoylng 8. 8. Chattanooga. Puget Sound via San Francisco Promcthous, Am, stmr. Monday, July 25. Kauai pbrtB Nocau, stmr. South and Central American ports Hongkong Maru, Jap. stmr, Tuesday, July 26. Hllo via wny ports Mauna Kea, stmr., 10 a. ra. Maul, Molokal and Lanal ports Ml kahala, stmr., 6 p. m. Kauai ports Klnau, stmr., C p.am. Kona and Kau ports Mauna Loa, stmr, Japan ports and Hongkong Chlyo Maru, T. K. K. B. 8. Friday, July 29. San Francisco Mongolia, P. M. B. S. Saturday, July 30, San Francisco Tenyo Maru, T. K. K. 8. S. f .MAILS. a Malls are ritie at Honolulu from points as follows: San FranclBco Per Ncvadan, July 21. Colonels Per Zcalandla, Aug- 16. Yokohama Per Mongolia, July 29, Vancouver Por Marama, July 22, Malls will depart (or the foltnwlof points' as" follows: San Francisco Per Prometheus, July 23. Vancouor Per Zcalandla, Aug. 16. Yokohama Per Chlyo Maru July 26, Colonies Per, Marama, July 22. TRANSPORT 8ERVICE. Dlx. ar. Bcattlo from Hon., May 14. Logan, from Hon. for Manila, Juno 14. Shrrjdan,, from Manila sailed from Hon. July 4. Sherman, from S. F. sailed from Hon. July 14. UttattuttttrjMMttrtHaHJtn Muhlendort, D; por lot 11, patent 4641, and por lot .j gr 4D40, and 10 ft U W and rents ot Tantalus Heights, Tantalus and Kukul Drives, Honolulu, Oahu; $1666.46. 11 338, p 114. June 2, 1910. Mrs Nora RIckard to W Henry Rlckard, P R; general powers. U 336, p 143. Mar 14, 1910. M Komela to II A Oerlacb, C Mf cane crops on 10a of lot 70, Native Homestead, Puna, Hawaii; $686, U 329, p 492. July 6, 1910. Chas Weatherbee and wt to First Uank'ot Hllo Ltd, M; lot 9, gr 4763, and por lot 8, gr 4"976, rents', etc, Kaohe Homestead, Puna, Hawaii; $2600. I) 339, p 49. June 8, 1910. Manuel Cadlmha to T Ah Ping e( al, L; 7278 38-100 sq ft land and bldgs, Amauulu St, Hllo, Hawaii; lt yrs at $.176 per yr. D 330, p 122. July 1, 1910, Manbel'B Canarlo afld wf to Mary I da Sllva, M; pc' land, School St, Hllo, Hawaii; $1060. I) 339, p ui. July 6, 1910. . Hllo Illdg &. Loan Assn Ltd to M Murljama, Kel; cane crop, on lpa of lot 8r and of Kalhenul Settlement Assn Tract, Olsa Homesteads, Puna', Hawaii; $180. U 329. p 497., Juiy 6, 1910. Y A Schaefer to Nellie J Walker, Par Rel; livestock,' Ahualoa, Hama kua, Hawaii, U 339, p 64, July 7J 1910. C il Cockett and wf to Alfred N Hajselden, M; R P 60. kul 20. Wal anae, Lahalnn, Maul; $300, II 329, p 494, July 8, 1910. PaKulnnl Hawa (Widow) to W O Scott, I); 2a land. Pain, llamakua poko, Maul; $226. B 338, p 113. July 6, 1910, CORPORATION NOTICES. NOTICE W BONDHOLDERS. Kohala Sugar Company. 1 In accordance with the terms under which Its bonds wore Issued, the Kohala Bugar Company will pay, with aetrued Interest, on August 1. 1910, Forty-five Thousand and oo 100 Dollars ($45,000.00) ot its bonds, comprising the remaining out standing bond", of tho present liaeue. The number of the bonds to bo paid are as follows: 1 41 63 90 117 2 43 CC 92 124 4 46 68 101 130 Id 49 69 302 131 18 65 72 1'0 132 22 06 7G 10(i 13 27 68 76 108 138 30 C9 83 112 10 39 61 87 116 i-O Notice Is hereby given to tho hold ers of these bonds to present the same for payment at the banking house of Tho Bank ot Hawaii, lim ited, In Honolulu, on August 1, 1910, and that Interest on same will ceaeo on and after that date. CHA8. II. ATHERTON. Treasurer, Kohala Sugar Co. Honolulu, June 23, 1910. June 23, 28, 30; July C, 7, 12, 14, 19, .21, 26, 28. NOTICE. Annual Meeting of Stockholders; ' Notice Is hereby given that the, annual meeting of tho stockholders of The First American Savings & Trust Company of Hawaii, Ltd., for the election of officers and dlrcctora nnd for tho transaction of such other business as may be brought before tho stockholders, will bo held at lt place of business on Fort street, In the city of 'Honolulu, on Thursday, tho 28th day ot July, 1910, at 2 p. m. Dated, Honolulu, July 16, 1910. Ml V. ROBIN80N. Vice-President and Assistant Cashier and Secretary. 4672 July 16, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 26, 271 - BY AUTHORITY. SEALED TENDERS. Sealed Tenders will be received at the office of the Superintendent of Public Works until 12 o'clock noon of Monday, July 25, 1910, for fur nishing tho Honolulu Water Works, wlthx 750 feet oT 18-lnch stocl plpo with cast Iron, fittings, In accord ance with plans on file in the De partment of Public Works. , The Superintendent of Public Works reserves tho right to roject any or all bids. MARSTON CAMPBELL, 'Superintendent of Public .Works. Honolulu, July 12, 1910. 4668-10t t BUSINESS NOTICES. NOTICE. During my absence from tho Ter ritory, my son, Harold II. Olffard, will act for mo under power of at- torney. "7 467ti-2w W. M. CHFFARD. Manila Hats Latest Style. ' . ladies' I and Gents. , ; HAWAII & SOUTH SEAS CURIO CO., Young Bldg. Charlie Lambert Is Now at 1 ANCHOR SALOON ' 'CURIOS will be there after th'e Plebiscite. PRIMO BEEjR Order CreanrPure Rye ! ' Sold by L0VEJ0Y AND CO.' .Rainier Beer FOR-SALE AT ALL BAR! ' n TELEPHONE 1331 P. H. BURNETTE Com'r. of Deeds for California' anj fow York J z NOTARY PUBLIC Grant Marriage Licenses; Draws Mortgages, Deedi.i Bills of gal,, Leases, Willi. Etc Attorney for tho District Courts.. 79 MERCHANT VS. ffONOLULTJl PHONE 310. ejsjr"For Rent" cards on sate at the Bulletin office, , t. A "Hoist L-j-Jt ' t '