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THE PACIFIC COMMEBCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1909.
8 10 J z5 KIK Kt U A Nan Genni Fokuq 5HIR1 1248 I 1 Gu I .1. i -i Spe Hoi Oaf Con : 4,' ' thk 122 TV ft Tryeinjj kind of Best in T Teleph Ho. 208 J a a . In Spe Attra. t r i, Hotel St Wall 1 Sw Bid!" I Indies ' snoi Oceanic Steamship Co. Time Table imimT HBRVICE TO SAN F2AN0 ISCO From Saa FrmcUco ALAMEDA JUNE 11 ALAMEDA JULY 2 BATES from Honolulu to San 1110. Family Boom, extra. - Canadian-Australian Royal Mail Line Steamers running in onntim with the Canadian Facile Bailway Co. aall at Honololn oa or about the M lowing date: FOB FIJI AND AUSTRALIA I MABAMA MAY t8 VAKUBA JUNE 25 AOEANGI JULY 24 Will call at Fanniag Ialaad. THEO. PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO., AND TOYO KISEN KAISHA. Bteamera of the above eompanlea will call at Honolulu and leave this port on or about the dates mentioned below: FOB THE OtfEENT KOREA MAY 27 NIPPON MARU JUNE 8 SIBERIA .JUNE 16 CHINA JUNE 24 AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP. COMPANY. FEOltf NEW YORK TO HONOLULU. WEEKLY BAILINGS VIA TEHUAN TEPEO W Freight received at all timea at the Company 'a wharf, 41at Street, South Bron klyn. riWJM BAN FBANCISCO TO HONO LULU. VIKGIANIAN to sail "MAY 27 PLEIADES to sail ....JUNE 2 Freight reeeiTed at Company's wharf, Greenwich Street. ritOM HONOLULU TO BAN FRAN CISCO. FLEIADES to sail JUNE 16 MATSON NAVIGATION CO. Sehedule 8. BL HILONIAN, la the and Honolulu: Arrive Honolulu. , JUNE 9 JULY 7 AUGUST 4 SEPTEMBER 1 SEPTEMBER 29 The S. S. Lurline of this line, carrying both Freight and Passengers, sails from this Port for San Francisco DIRECT on or about May 29, 1909. Passenger Kates to Ban Francisco First Cabin, $60. Bound Trip, First Class, $110. CASTLE 4 COOKE, LTD., Agonta. "CALCIUM CARBIDE" No more shortage of carbide in this market. We have just re ceived per the S. S. Texan a large consignment of carbide in all sizes, and we will always have a stock on hand. , Call and get quotations, or ring up Telephone 295. DELIVERIES TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. HUSTACE-PECK COMPANY, LTD., 63 QUEEN STREET, P. O. BOX 212. Union-Pacific Transfer Go., Ltd. 126 KING ST. FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING. There will be trunks handled after we are ' m But while we are living and in the baggage business we will be very much alive in handling baggage and handling it right. CITY TRANSFER CO. Jas. H. Gomes Express Co. M. GOMES, Office corner Fort and Queen Streets. PIANOS MOVED WITH CARE. STORAGE, PACKING, SHIPPING TO ALL STEAMERS. RING 3 Baggage and Furniture Moving. Hawaiian Ballasting Company ' BUILDING CONTRACTORS 58 MATJNAKEA STREET, NEAR KINO. P. O. Box 820; TeL S95. K. Matsumoto, Manager eon,e, nlr J?01 Garden Soil, delivered anywhere in Honolulu, from corner Hotel and Fort streets, at LOWEST PRICES. For Eaa Francisco ALAMEDA MAY 26 ALAMEDA JUNE 16 ALAMEDA JULY 7 Fr ancisco FirBt Class, $; Bound Trip, WM. G. IRWIN & CO., LTD., AGENTb. FOB VANCOUVER MAKUKA MAY 25 AOEANGI JUNE 23 MAE AM A JULY 20 H. DAVIES & CO., LTD. GENERAL AGENTS. FOB SAN FRANCISCO SIBERIA MAY 25 CHINA JUNE 1 MANCHURIA JUNE 8 CIIIYO MARU JUNE 12 H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD., Agents FBOM PUGET SOUND TO HONO- LULU DIRECT. MEXICAN to sail JUNE 10 MISSOURIAN to sail. ...... .JUNE 24 For further information apply to H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD., . Agenta, Honolulu. C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent. direct service between Baa Franeiseo i Leave Honolulu. JUNE 15 JULY 13 AUGUST 10 SEPTEMBER 7 OCTOBER 5 BAGGAGE, SHIPPING, STORAGE, WOOD, PACKING, COAL. Phone 58 152 Love. PHONE J it QJJ1P For UR 316 CABL IL NTEPER. CfW i U L 1 1 T HEADY FOR SJEFENSE Think That They Are Unjustly Criticized by the Governor. The thunderbolts of Senatorial in dignation are about to be launched fortn at Governor Frear and the doc undent that will voice the feelings of ihe Senators promises to be a "gem of the purest ray serene." Three Senators have been grievous ly hurt by the statements of the Chief Executive that the work of the upper house has resulted .in crippling thi schools and making it comparatively easy for the youth of the land to find their way to the reformatory and the prison; passed the obnoxious "whisky ring" bill; slighted the land legisla tion and refused to confirm A. J. Campbell as Treasurer. Senators Quinn, Mopre and Harvey are the three Senators who feel that Governor Frear has not stated the case with exactitude or fairness and. las a consequence, they think that it devolves upon them to defend their actions as representatives of the peo ple and, incidentally, show that they were actuated only by the purest and most uplifting motives in passing the "whisky ring" bill; crippling the school department, refusing confirma tion to "one of the best Treasurer' the Territory has ever had," and striking out that portion of a me morializing resolution to Congress dealing with the all important prob lem of land legislation and policy. Prepare for Reply. These are a few of the counts in the indictment that Governor Frear dwelt upon in the course of his- talk on the legislature before the Men's Club of St. Andrew's Parish. He di vided the praise and the blame about evenly, but this has not tended to dissipate the indignation of the mem bers of the upper house. It is understood that a communica tion to Governor Frear is even now in the throes of drafting and that its birth will be recorded in the course of a day or two. It is presumed of course that it Will be a finished document, ranking for its biting sarcasm with Johnson's let ter to Lord Chesterfield, and will ring with the sonorous periods that mark ed the deliberations of the session of the Fifth Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii. : , M. C. Webster, who has been one of the Gazette Company's linotype opera tors for the past four years, departed on the S. S. Makura yesterday en route to JUngJand on a lour monrns vacation. He will visit his mother and sister m England. . . . M AKIN IS KBFUKI. J$ ap 0 ap (From San Francisco Merchants Ex change. Tuesday, May 25, 1909. San Francisco-Arrived, May 25, Am. bk. Albert, from Hilo. PORT OF HONOLULU. ARRIVED. Tuesday, May 25, 1909. M. N. S. S. Lurline, Weeden, from Hilo, 9 p. m. DEPARTED. C.-A. S. S. Makura, for Victoria, 5 p. m. - , Str. Mauna Kea, Freeman, for Ha waii, 12 m. Str. Kinau, Gregory, for Eleele, 5 p. m. Str. Noeau, Piltz, for Lahalna, 5 P. m. Str. Niihau, Oness, for Kaanapali, 12 m. Str, Iwalani, Mitchell, for Kealia, 5 p. m. Str. Maui, Bruhn, for Paahau, 5 p. m. U. S. A. T. Dix, Ankers, for Seattle, noon. SAIL TODAY. O. S. S. Alameda, Dowdell, for San Francisco, 10 a. m. DUE TOMORROW. P. M. S. S. Korea, Sandberg, from San Francisco, a. m. DUE FRIDAY. C.-A. S. S. Marama, from Victoria, a. m. FASSENGERS Booked to Depart. Per Alameda, sailing Wednesday, for San Francisco. Mrs. Lewton Brain, child and maid, W. H. Davis and wife, Mrs. L. K. Simpson. Miss Clapham, Mrs. C. C. Rhodes and 2 children, Mrs. Wm. Green, Miss Tt. Green, J. H. Hertsche, Mrs. M. F. White, Mrs. E. M. C. Krouse, Mrs. Boyd, Miss Lawrence, Mrs. Cooper, Miss Holt, Miss Evans, Mrs. Siemsen, Miss Mundon, A. C. Palfrey, W. H. Cowl, Mrs. Reeves, Mrs. B. Lindsay, Miss Gleason, Capt. and Mrs. Jno. Parker and 3 children. Miss E. Marshall, Mrs. L. G. Pray, Mrs. J. C. Sutton, Mrs. L. B. Evans, Mrs. Gillen Mrs. H. Gifford, Mrs. D. Haughs, Mrs. C. J. Irwin, Mrs. F. T. Williams, A. S. Brown, Wm. Giffard, Mrs. I. Logan Mr. and Mrs. Lyle, Wm. Mutch, Miss Lena Munro, Mrs. A. D. Hills, Mrs. L. J. Eckberg, Miss Norrie, Whistler and Collins, Ma jor H. W. Wheeler, F. J. Grace, Mrs. and Miss Dinklage, Mr. and Mrs. Vnderwocd, Mr., and Mrs. H. H. Meyers. Sosso and Marriott. Win. Murphy, J. J. Corbett and wife, Miss Faye, Mrs. Ewart, J. F. Morgan T. 1-ernandez, C. G. Smith wife and child, C. A. Brown, Prof. Geo. A. G.ites. Mis. Loda, Cecil- Brown, L. Edwards and wife. Mrs. Osborn and 2 children. Mr. and Mrs. Hernandez, Mrs. Boas, Mr. and Mrs. Tonningsen, J. Sullivan. Mr. Dubois. J. B. Hy.le and wife. Mr. Wyman, Mr. Ferguson. C. Siemsen. Br. Morong, Mrs. Pecker man. Mips M. Fernandez. E. O. White and wife. Miss J. Sullivan. Mrs. T. Braryjt. F. W. Ray and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Sosso, Mr. and Mrs. Bass, R. J Lillie. For" Kaimuki Lot of 120,000 sq. ft., clear ed, fenced, and fronting on three streets. A genuine bargain at $2600. Edawai One acre with 100 ft. front age on beach. Cocoanut, palms, hau trees and fruit trees. Price, $3000. Manoa Valley Improved and unim proved property.. Terms to suit purchasers. FOR RENT Wilder Avenue 35.00 Magazine Street 27.50 Pensacola Street 35.00 Furnished Waikiki Beach $ 40.00 Prospect Street 40.00 Voung Street. 50.00 Kinau Street... 50.00 "WATERHOUSE TRUST" Fort and Merchant Streets. Jules V erne never dreamed of such feats as we are accom plishing every day in wireless telegraphy. Our service is at your command at a trifling ex pense to communicate with other islands. Don't wait for the mails. Classified Advertisements FOR RENT. FURNISHED and unfurnished rooms and cottages with board, 1634 Nuu anu St. Will be opened on June 1. 8360 COTTAGE, 712 Quarry street. Apply Mrs. Spilner, in rear. 8359 FURNISHED cottage, mosquito-proof, corner Sheridan and King. Apply on premises. 334 PREMISES on Beretania street; three ldrooms and all modern conve niences. Apply at the office of the Kapiolani Estate, Ltd. 334 TWO bedroom cottage, 1126 Kaili Ave., Kalihi. Inquire on premises. 8347 MODERN six-room house; gas and electric lights. Apply 1337 Pensacola street. 331 COTTAGES, with board. Mrs. J. Cas sidy, 2005 Kalia road, Waikiki. BOOK BINDERS. A Black Clawson perforator in good condition. Apply at the Advertiser office. 8317 CHDfA PAINTING. MRS. J. LISHMAN MORE Classes it china painting. Orders solicited. Studio, Harrison block. Telephone 656- 7968 ROOM AND BOARD. TWO large mosquito-proof rooms, with bath, and board, in private family, on King street car line. Suitable for t two couples. Electric lights, hot and cold water; private entrance, etc'. Address "N. B.", this office. 8349 LOST. A GOLD chain bangle Sunday night, near Alakea and King streets. Re ward at Hill's store near postoffice. 8359 VESSEL Of FORT. (Army ana Navy.) Iroquois, U. S. station tng, Moses. (Merchant Vessels.) Alameda, Am. s.s., Dowdell, San Fran cisco, May 21. Alden Besse, Am. bk., Denny, Hilo, May 1. Andrew Welch, Am. bk., Kelly, San Francisco, May 10. Balboa, Am. schr., Taeoma. May 20. Dirigo, Am. sp., Goodwin, New York. May 15. Glenholm, Br. sp., Williams, Iquique, May 15. Marion Ohilcott, Am. pp., Gaviota May 24. Robert Lewers, Am. schr., Underwood, Grays Harbor, May 10. E. R. Hind, Am. schr., Taeoma, May IS. R. W. Bartlett, Am. schr., Taeoma, May 13. Texan, Am. s.s., Seattle, May 22. Halstead & Co., Ltd. .STOCK AND BOND BROKERS LOANS NEGOTIATED tfembers Honolulu Stoek and Bern Exchange HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE Honolulu, Tuesday. May 25, 1909 Capital. NAME O 8TOCK. Paid Up Val Bid Ask Mercantile. C. Brewer A Co... f2.000.000j 5,000,000 Woo 20 loo 2!v 2o: loo 20 100 ii5 210 Scoot. Kwa Haw. Aei 'cultural . 27ri! 28 ;20C 1.200,000! Haw Com fe M.gar Co Haweuga c:o Honomu Honokaa ,. Haiku HatchiDson 8ug Plat Co Kabuku .. Eekoba Sugar Co Koloa McBryde Sue Co Ltd . 2,00 ',000 40 750,000 2,000.0001 17X 20 155" H' uii . 5 25 V 25"" 500,' 00 2,500.000 !20 19 500.000 800.000 too 500.000 3,500,0110 ,VOO.OOO 1,000.000 500.000 lou 20 4 30 Oahu Sugar Co 20 unoaiea 2u Ookala .... Olaa Sugar Co Ltd Olowalu 20 5.000.0001 20 150,000 5,000,000 500.000 750.000 750.000 loo 5C 100 100 100 Pitauhau Sug Plan Co 24K f acinc : Paia. Pepeekeo Pioneer.... Waialua Agri Co Wailuku Waimanalo... Wainiea Sugar Mill.!.. Miscellaneous Inter-Island 8 8 Co.... Haw Electric Co K K T A LCo Pfd H R T Co Com Mutual Tel Co , Nahiku Rubber Co.... Nahiku Rubber Co .... ORAL Co Hilo R R Co 2,750,000 100 12 4,500,0(10 1,500.000 100 100 88 19c'" 65 93 280 252.000 loo! loo! 125,000 1,50",000 500,000 l.lSC.OOO 150 000 60,000 100! 100 100 100 100 153 145 102 75 9 tso" 121 U5i 24 23 Assess. 4,000.000 i 10C 120 l.80:,ooo 20 20 20 Honolulu Brewing & ! 400 0001 . 400,000! Malting vo Ltd Haw Pineapple Co Bond g Haw Ter 4 p c (Fii Claims) J; Haw Ter 4 p c (Re funding 1905 . Haw Ter 4J pc HawTer p c ... ..... Haw TergJi p c Cal Beet H-ig & Ref Co 6 p C Haiku 8 p c Hamakua Ditch Co i upper ditch i 8 s .... Hawaiian Irrigation Co 8 g . Haw Com & ugar C5pc Hilo K RCo6pc. Honokaa Bug Co6pc Hon R T A L Co (pc. Mclirvde 811? ('o fi n i 23K 22 Ami. out standing 315.C00 100 100 100 10 100 600,t00 1,000,000 1,000,000 1.044,000 1,000,0001 225,000 100 4 200,000 I l.COO.CGfcj 1.24OX0c! 101 94 97 94"" 98" 9; 1.000,000 450,0001 647.000! 2.000,0001 2.000,000) 900 000i 102 109 OR&LuotJpc Oahu Sugar Co 5 p c... Olaa Sugar Co 6 P c.... 1015i 1,250.000 500.000 95 racinc augar urn Co 6 s. Paia ft n 103 100 587,500 Pioneer Mill Co 6 p e. l,2a0,000 vvaiaiua Ag i,o s p c.. 1,500,0001 mi 23.125 on $100 paid. t9 per cent, paid. Session Sales. 10 Haw. C. & S. Co., 30; 5 Ewa, 28. Between Boards. None. Classified Advertisements WANTED. ONE second-hand transit. Address P. O. Box 484, giving particulars. 8360 CAPABLE Chinese salesman for whole sale dry goods; only experiecend men who understand the business need apply. Good salary to the right man. X. Y. Z., Advertiser office. 8359 SMALL COTTAGE, furnished or un furnished. Address M., this office. 8359 BOY to learn jewelry trade, mat, Fort and Hotel Sts. H, Cul 8354 WORK wanted by man willing to work. Has served as yacht steward and has good recommendations. Can cook or do general work. Apply "J. D.", this office. 8351 CLEAN washed rags at the Advertiser pressrooms. ' 8317 SITUATIONS WANTED. BY YOUNG AMERICAN familiar with office duties. No objections to country-office. Address CLEEK, this office. 8359 BOARD WANTED. HUSBAND AND WIFE, both employ ed, wish board and room in private family within walking distance of Fort St. Address Box 46, this office. 8360 EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. JAPANESE, cooks, waiters, vardbovs, etc., 1128 Union St. Phone 579. 8359 "JAPANESE SCHOOL. COOKING taught; competent cooks supplied, family or hotels. C. M. Matzie, 1457 Auld Lane; telephone 1564. 8344 FOR SALE. FORD RUNABOUT in first-class con dition, with top and other extras. Bargain. Address "Ford," Adver tiser office. 8360 CHEAP, pure-bred homing pigeons; none better on Islands. Inquire - phone 1506. 3359 REVELATION china kiln No. 3, near ly new. To be seen at 1267 Young street. 8357 ZII2 ACRES near Kapiolani Park; Ka- panmu lots on easy terms; Kona ranch for lease for term of veara. Apply to John Egan, 2nd floor. Love Duiiding. 333 FURNISHED ROOMS. COOL ana commouiout. well furnish ed; mosquito-proof. Helen's Court 1124 Adams Luiic tw OFFICES FOR RENT. THE STAIN GJS.NWALD"-Only Are proof office building in city. LEXANDEii YOUNG BUILD TNG. Honolulu's only up-to-date fireproof tmnoing; rent includes electric light hot and cold wnter, and janitor er rice. Apply the ron Hamm-Youni Co., Ltd. J - William Williamson BROKEE. Stocks, Bonds AND Real Estate Member Honolulu Stock and Bond Exchange. 83 MERCHANT STREET. P. O. Box 528. TeL 611 FOR SALE. PA LA MA $1600 ; a new 6-room cot tage and small lot. $3250; large mod ern house and large lot on car-line. Fine lots at lowest prices according to size, on monthly payments, within walking distance of town. KALIHI $3750; large house and . acre lot in neighborhood of Kameha meha Boys' School. In same locality, a few nice lots ranging in price from $300 to $350. Terms, $50 down and $10 per month, without interest. NUUANU $2000; a comfortable home; new house and large lot, plant ed in bearing fruit trees. $1100; house, and lot, 100x100 feet. Lots at lowest prices on your own terms. i Manoa Heights A- 4-acre tract; good water supply, view and soil. Easy terms. J. H. SCHNACK, 137 Merchant Str Ml Office Phone 383. Tract Phone 1578. KAIMUKI (On the Eidge, Kaimuki) LOTS 75x15011,250 SQUARE FEET streets curbed and macadamized. Lots tree Of rock, clean, deep soil, ready for building. Electric lights and telephones. Three minutes' walk from Eapid Transit cars. Magnificent Marine View. W. M. MINTON, No Agents. 122 S. KING ST. Real Esta te. FOB BENT Palolo Heights home; small farms. FOB SALE House and lot. Anannnf St. and Palolo Heights, etc. w. .U HOWARD, Financial Agent, 202 McCandless Bldg. Tel. 181. Albert F. Afong 832 FORT STREET J J .J STOCK AND BOND BROKES Member Honolulu Stoek and Boai Exchange The Burroughs Adder will do everything any other Ma chine will do, and more. SENT ON THIRTY DAYS TRIAL The Waterhouse Go. JTJDD BUILDING LIMITED STANGENWAiD BUILD INO F. B. McSTOCKEB - Manager P. O. Box No. 268 Cable: Develop Chas. Brewer & Cos NEW YORK LINE Regular line of vessels plying be tween New York and Honolulu. The Bark NUUANU -vill sail from New York for this port JULY 15, 1909. Freight taken at lowest rates. Subject to change without notice. For freight rates apply to Chas. Brew er & Co., 27 Kilby Street, Boston; or Theo. H. Davs & Co.. Ltd., Honolulu. HOTEL MAJESTIC Sachs Block, Fort and Beretania Sti. Fine furnished rooms, $1 per day or $10 per month and up. Splendid ac commodations. MRS. C. A. BLAISDELL, Prop. THE QUEEN Nuuanu Street, Near Vineyard. FURNISHED APARTMENTS FROM $2.50 UPWARD Mrs. A. McDowall - - Proprietress Apartments. Cuisine and Service Highest Standard The PLEASANTON Wilder Ave. and Punahou 82 S. King Street. STEINWAY & SONS AND OTHER PIANOS. THAYER PIANO CO. 158 Hotel Street pkome C8. TUNING FUARANTIXD. Hill VEIflPM EM Real :hange 1 Mai J of fit devel send F yeste the i - comi repo: keis howi tion assa metl Japa dete toon ings at E "Wf "T of i plac ed : the thos is a how ber thai red. the waj Ass stri nes and pea tim ass' ing of be W'h; the the thl! upc ma "P pa cal liu rnt Ai ori sts wi foi W: to sti ta1 W; th th. in he elf th: ar Ai no Ki St. to on sh . Si' i V