iiiciil hiiu itiilliuiio ur Tivnnir-rmrrc- M uu ""num. uitii wHtKMUiiuiic-rii- L'i "muoi 'uc'uhuuim 'JfSSjIJ' ' '"" 'I M'I'" '(1TEAMER TABLE. f A jQ A single janee at the ad. columns of J? the Bulletin will ecnv'nce any perFrom San Francisco: Mongolia . . Nov. 22 3 son open to reas'n that today,g more than ever before, men InSierra Nor. 29 I Jf all branches of trade seekChina Doc. 2For San Francisco: a EveKtjmg Buli I publicity for their goodsSonoma Nov. 28 &$ JETIN through the columns ofManchuria Nov. 2S the newspaper " " "From Vancouver: - , The BULLETIN Is read In moro Aorangt Dec. 161 .rt. homes In Honolulu than any other For Vancouver! " ' newspaper and the money and the Mlowera Dec. 13 I 3:30 O'CLOCK BULLETIN ADS CATCH TRADE EDITION buyers come from the homes. " " "HiMIwii W efMiptinHt0ipti0t Vol. 3TVII No. 3237 HONOLULU. TERKITOllY OF HAWAII. WEDNESDAY. NOVKMBKH 22, L905 Pbtob 5 Okntr Planters To Discuss In Secret Session LaboF Problem Today REPORT ON MANUFACTURE READ The third day's session or the 23th nnnual meeting of the Hawaiian Su- gar Planter' Association opened at 10:10 this morning In the Planters' rooms In the JuilJ building, President It. P. Baldwin In tho chair, the at- tendance being rath?r small, but grow- ing as the meeting proceeded. President Ualdvvln announced that tho convention would first listen to the report of the committee on manufac- ture of sugar, Messrs. J. N. S. Wil- liams, chairman; E. Madden, Wni. Sto-dar- t. E. K. Dull, J. A. Scott and J. "Watt. After this, said the President, the on labor saving devices would bo read. Later In the day the planters could hear a report on forestry and some remarks from Forester Ilosmer nnd Professor Alexander Craw would lecture on beneficial Insects In the su- gar world. The manufacture report was read by Manager Ronton of Ewa plantation, Mr. Williams not being present, and then, after the labor saving devices had been discussed, Professor Craw, since the Mongolia from tho Coast had been sighted and Mr.