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HONOLULU 8TAB-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, JAN. 24, 1013.
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THE CITY BEST
If Clyde Fitch had dropped into the
Bijou Theatre last night, and witnese
ed the production of hln masterly
three-act drama. "The City," by the i works, handed In his resignation to
World s Fair Stock Co., he would J tne h5pf eotri yesterday after
likely have had but few suggestions J noon. It was accepted, to take effect
for change, and ad vert e criticisms February 13. No announcement of the
vouid have been fewer sUlL
The City Is the test thing that the
company has done to date lu Hono-'
lulu. It is a strong! play, well acted as chief engineer and will havo entire
and well produced; and from curtain clarge and responsibility of the huge
to curtain, a small, but receptive au- task of cutting the big Koolau tunnel
dience was held tightly in the grip of : anu arranging tbe entire proposed ir
lines, action and deep underlying pre- rlgation syt-tem which that company
blems pictured on the stage. has boon organized to handle. As an
"The City is essentially a drama cf engineering expert Bishop already has
"'real things. It appeals to every ino'i-
vidua! member of the audience in ono
way. oranotber, -and the' man, or wo-1
wan eithcV, who can sit tiiroush the J
play unmoved, is certainly the exeep-
tiotu There is a big mora: to "Tho
City,', and yet the preaching J3 so
cleverly ' dene that It f only when one
makes a mental review of the story t
y that the lesson In It f all meaning be-' public works department, and. tm- a
y comes apparent" Usually plays with a ' Part of this labor leaves thW afternoon
Purpose, tpetfed with, the upper case I on the WIIV. lmlnajpr Hllo. to attend
; P. are highly unpleasant to sit through.! to nMMrt affalittharport. He
U well done, they wrack ihfe ssnsfbil-fT111 rtnr? i Wilhelmtna Mon
. , ities to. a point where : phaygolng bc-t W t"0.;? y : y- :' p;
comes a torture; poorly done' ihey ' A . v , . . , 1 .
v become' lanehable xacreration.- Not V Croquettes, wueu fried in deep fat.
lf n ' with The : , City., vita moral i is
f. there, and its purpose Is apparent; but
v.l both are so elf verIy.ierwovenwIth
. Hr. FJtcn'sl&aiug LnfciCfcni.'the rea
' .ly: excellent ..Interpretation, given .by
C the 'local players, that it reader I he
V; evening enjajable.' ; ; .:";; ":
Miss VI rglnla ' B rlssac, as ' ' Cicely
v ! Rand,.wbo is shot to death by fcer ha!f
(' J brother, who has married; her In ig
; norance of the relationship, does not
' have a ver? heavy part- la Jfact, the
women characters are-all subordin'ats
, to the men in the play.'; Howeverthe
role gives Miss Brissac the chancer to
t appear at her most charming; And she
certainly, made a well-behaved corpse.
No messing about the stage when she
' was shot; n. fall Into a convenient
; chair; being gracefully accomplished.
Howard, Nugent as Rand Sr .tee
misbehaved father w"bose ; sins . are
eventually . visited, upon.' the children,
shares the .honor with James TMIlon.
1 as R&nd Jr., who carries ut hlsfathi
' ' er's methods' .which consist of skating
on very ' thin ice, but to whom tae
. murder of ils sister and a peck ' of
? trouble besides, brings the true JJghtf
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THE MOST POWERFUL
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A PSYCHOLOGICAL QUESTION - A SOCICvMORAL PLAY
an Absolutely new theme.) ' v ..
. Brother; and Sister
Joined iri Wedlock .
THE MOST STARTLING STORY EVER DRAMATIZED.
VIRGINIA BRISSAC AS "CICELY RAND
JOHN WRAY AS THE "DOPE" FIEND
A Powerful Drama
A Great Play
Following his conference yesterday
morning with the governor and V.
Klamp, a director of tie new Waia
hole Water Company,' and bis decision
to quit the territorial office for the
private job, Superintendent H. K.
Bishop, of the department dT public
i selection of his successor was made!
ty.Covirnor Fipir today. I
Mr. Cishcp goes to the new concern i
become enthusiastic over the project
and is eager to attack the problems
which will have to be solved. He says
irrigation is one of bis hobbies, and
anticipates a pleasant time working
out the intricate details of this enter
He has . begun cleaning up tbe nn
finished business now lying in the
should stand In n warm place for half
an hovf before frying. This mill make
'teem; To rown 'toorc quickly, y r,
; If you have a Jabot which Is trouble
come to Iron, baste' tho plaits. In .be
fore it' is washed,;1 then i iron - and re
mover tbe -threads;- Use fine thread. "
John Vrayf plays ; the part of Han
nock the depe fiend who, as the illegi
timate son of old Rand is wished on
the young Rand by be dying father,
and as tho secretary of Rand Jr. gets
an opportunity to make late lo Sister
Cicely and pry Into his pltron's' ihady
transactions, - He, warms up : to the
part atf the' play ; develops, being . far
better Jn tho second act than on his
first appearance. It Ira difficult part
nd oq th whole Mr. Wray handles it
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S AN : FR3 NCI FCO, '. Jan ;3i:-SnEar
95 degrees' test,- t,t$ - cents. Prdvious
quotation 4 3. r 1-2: cents, ? Beets: &&,
analyeis,) tg.id. 3 Paritys 35 ' cents.,
PreviousqtiotatlcT, 'l.s.; 6dj ;
v.K:;',:' ',.'rakethv Oesttlct Cream -r"4
77z2V Jan So Easy
OalnW desserts frofen In a Llohtnlni
h have a . smoothness Impossible t, ,
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DRAMA EVER STAGED.
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Jonah Kuhk) Kalanianaole has plac
ed all his worldly affairs absolutely
in the . hands of John F. Colburn.
through a full power of attorney of
the California castiron type.
The instrument' was executed in
San Francisco- on January 16. 1913,
before Charles Edelman, a notary pub
lic whose position is certified by H. I.
Mulcrevy, county clerk of the city and
county of San Francisco.
In the prolix diction' of that sort of
thing. Prince Kuhio authorizes Mr.
Colburn to receive all moneys payable!
or belonging to- him, to enforce tbe
collection thereof by legal process, to
buy and sell land and all other kinds
of property, to transact all and every
kind of bus'iness, and to sign, seal,
execute and. deliver deeds, leases cov
enants, agreements, mortgages, etc.
The whole thing is clinched tbus:'
"Giving and granting unto my said
attorney full power , and authority to
do and perform .all and every act and
thing whatsoeve'r requisite and neces
sary to i be ; done - In and about the
premises as ... I:, might or could do At
personally present, wlth full ; power
cf substitution or revocation,, hereby
ratifying, and confirming all that my
skid attorney t shall lawfully do or
cause to be done by authority of . these
presents.! : ;: . , ; -
Charged with having rifled packages
consigned through the 'Wella-Farg'o
Express .Company, ' and found guilty
when arraigned,, at district court this
morning,. Judge Monsarrat imposed a
sentence: of eighteen months'- impris
onment upon H. B. Lai, a former em
ploye cf the company. : . : '.. .; , f -
The charge upon which the yonng
man waa tried was that of larceny In
the, second degree.'' He was tried ; on
six ccntnts, and In each instance drew
a sentence of three months.. V ' ..
.' Fpr some time the .express company
la said lo have missed articles sent In
care of the company. An investigation
is said to have brought1 to light the
gallt of Lai. "The; police " state that
some of the plundetk has been - recovered-
' .In every household, you - will .find
among the toilet necessities, some srirt
of; a germicide, rn; the form of, either
a tabic ti i solutipn o.?i powder. Many
of these antiseptic preparations con
tain ;'pol8ons; ; "n V t:, :.i r:-.':' v. T'"
; .The value of an absolutely, harmless
antiseptic powder, as compared with a
poisonous tablet or solution is appar
ent to every one, and that is one rea
son . why physicians everywhere ihave
strongly. recommended Tyree's Anti
septic Powder, .Dissolves instantly in
water, and when used as a douche! is
unexcelled. : "A 25-cent package makes
two gallons of standard solution.; Sold
by druggists everywhere. Send for
booklf t and free sample. . 'V
J. S. Tyree, CBnilst, Wsshlngon, D. C
CAPTAIN K LEI NSCH M I DTS
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For the especial benefit of Students
and Children a matinee complete with
these wonderful pictures and lecture
will be given Saturday, commencing at
Prices, 10, 20, 30 and 50c.
TEAL COMPANY WILL OPEN
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LILt SI TIIERL.VD, sonbrette with
The popular favorites, the Raymond
Teal Musical Comedy Company, will
open p. three weeks' engagement at
the Popular theater Monday, Jan.' 27.
This company reports a most success
ICAAI TO PERF0R51 AGAIN TO PI I G HI
For the entertainment of thdseVho iJind idld not arrive, "and the" passen
could not get into the Opera House were therefore .debarred from
nation of Hawaiian troubadours ffjlr
peat. the concert at the Empire Theat- same, program,; omitting the play; win
er tonight beginning at ght o'clock.; ?Le presented tonight and it is safe to
Seats; are now on Bale 'at 4the rooms'; ray no better, form of entertainment
of the promotion committeeman! r Ihe 111 be 'afforded the visitors for they
lex office - In the jtbeater on Hotel -Will have, an opportuiIty - to ' see Ha
streeL The program in admittedly the waiians aa they 'really are "on their
test ever, given by the' organization: rative heathV AdmUsion will be 35,
and in spite of the fact ihkt the Cleve- 5t and 75 cents.V.:. - : . .
wirr inn i ir
Charles Bon, M. M. Johnson, T, M.
Church, George G. Guild, fj. C. Swain,
George J A, Brown,' J. Fv Soper, O. A.
RIerbach and J. .D.; Dougherty were
elected directors of the Honolulu Mer?
chants' association , for iW r ensuing
year atthe annual meet! lis yesterday
froiii among" eighteen candidates. . It
took . three; taUpta o.accompllHh ' the
result, tne bylaws requiring ajmajorv
ty of ;ap, the votes cist- -telecLkWi.th
thirty-twoi V6tlng4 theJ following were
elected : on theirs lialiot-. Bon '29j.
Johnson 5,Churca 22; Guild'22,
Swain 20; nrowni 8 f and ;5Soper ' 17.
Bierbach and Farringtoai tied. with
16 each, or one short of- a majority.
The rest of I the, field raa on the sec
ond ballot but ; oaly Blertach i waji
elected with' a vote of 18AV. Rt Fair
ringtan being next high man wit14i
The latter with all the rest individual
ly '.withdrew before the - third'.,' ballot,
but Dougherty and Farrington de
clinations were not . accepted, and
Dougherty was elected with 18 votes.
Of those elected, Beven--Bon, John
son, Church, Swain, Browni Soper and
Dougherty were named by the nom
inating committee and only two--Guild
and Bierbach by other mem
bers, while Guild was on the original
ticket of the committee, but withdrew
and was renominated by a member
when it had been decided to receive
i additional names before the commit
tee reported. - ?
Prior to the election )naal reports,
Written and "oral, were received. Mr.
Church reported orally for- the public
improvements committee, telling of
its dealing with water rates for ship
ping, its recommendation of the, water
meter system for tbe town and of fire
protection for documents in the . Ju
diciary building. In the past few
weeks the committee had begun work
in conjunction with committees of the
Chamber of Commerce on. desirable
BIG OFFER ON
- Paul Isenberg has rccved an offer
bcabl-j for his interest in coal prop
erty In the province of Alberta, Can
ada, so large that he is going to' 'ac
cept it. 1 . 1 ....
He has been summoned to the
Coast- the message sayfng his pres
ence there is necessary.
"It is an offer from an English syn
dicate" said Mr. Isenberg by wire
from Bis Waialae residence this after
noon. An amoviife bting mentioned to
him which rumor down town stated
he had been offered, he said he would
jather not mention the figure just now
but he added:
"It is sv.ch a tremendous price that
I could hardly refuse it."
Mr. Isenberg stated that he would
leave for the Coast in the Mongolia on
Rumor puts the offer to Mr. Isen
berg in seven figures. He owns a
three-fifths interest in the property in
Photo-EngraTlng of highest rradr
ran be secured from the 8tarBalIetli
mm BISHOPS GO
ENGAGEMENT ON MONDAY
the Ra.'tnond Teal Musical Comedy
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f ful trip in 'the Orient . They will pre
sent all new, bills.- The opening bill
will be "My' Friend from Australia.
Two shows nightly, 7 and 9 o'clock.
Prices, 10, 20,and 30 cents.
? UM wftM nrkori to Mnacit Th
legislation, having jointly employed C
R. Hemcnway aa. attorney i to . draft
measures. ' . " . ... h ' '':' :.
Mr. Swift read a report he had pre-i
vlously; given at a monthly meeting
from the committee on trade and fin,
ance. :S, " . r - . " ;
Secretary . Lennox read ? a 5 report
downtown committee, , relating . Jts
. work .in" providing ;endertainmentax
I , , .Treasurer-. Johnson read a financial
(Continued on page six.)
C: . v-; -:-;:y : of Honolu lu, Hawaii.-- -.;;.-' ;;-.';;- ;4
STATEMENT OF CONDITION ?AT f HE; WtOSeOF 6USiNE8S?DEVEM.'
. v''-H-v-i"BER 31, 1912. -W " ..,',V... . ? i r .
Loans, discounts and over- .
drafts . ... .': . . Y. ". .1 ... . .$3,632,131.69
Bonds ; 1,962.699.12
Bank premises, Honolulu. 146,1915
Bank . premises, . Lihue
Branch .. .'. ... .... .... . 8,432.66
Customers' liabilities un-
der letters of credit .... . 4668.43
Cash and due from tanks. 1,391,560.07
Other assets n . 235.43
Territory of Hawaii . )
' '; , ' . ' )3s .
City and Xountyof Honolulu).
;v I, F. B. Damon, Cashier, being first duly sworn, do solemnly swear that
the above statement , is true t the best of my knowledge and belief.
' . ' -;f''- ' ' F. B. DAMON, Cashier.
.: Examined and found correct: .
E. p. TENNEY ' )
J. A. McCANDLES3 Directors H. H. WALKER, Auditor.
F. C. ATHERTON ) ;
, Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd day of January, 1913.
(SEAL) . J. D. MARQUES;
Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
A. W. T. Bottomley
S. M. Damon
BALANCE SHEET AS AT
Due from banks and
Bonds, stocks and invest
Loans, discounts and over
Real estate and bank fur
Other assets 398,434.03
Honolulu, T. H.. December 31. 1912.
I, Allen W. T. Bottomley, dp solemnly swear that the foregoing Bal
ance Sheet represents a true and correct statement cf the affairs of the
Banking House of Bishop & Co. as at December 31, 1912, to the best my
knowledge and belief.
ALLEN W. T. BOTTOMLEY.
Subscribed and sworn to before
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Crczzi cf Tcrizr ;
v : In Button Boots standi for the.
y newesLWe have these In -f
Black Vlcl ; Kid $30
i Black Dull Cair. ... . . V.$5.00
They v make you feel younger
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1051 Fort SU
- ' Liabilities. - ";'.-sr; 'V
Capital . i ......$ 609,000.00
Surplus and undivided pro- i"y
fitS , mf-m.t Ml.,Ji, 628,03.16
Pension fund ;i.w,w,..rt'i.) 28,618.30
Letters of credit... 46,968.43
Dividends uncalled for J.v 1462.00
J. L. Cockburn
DECEMBER 31, 1912.
Capital and surplus $ 902,322.64
Due to banks and bankers 12.074.10
me this 31st day of December. 1912.
J. HARRIS MACKENZIE.
Public, First Judicial Circuit, T. IL
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With the improvements in our
framing deprtmint we are add
ing new shipment of art prints
ofvstandard pictures and great
Come aH look them over4i
Photo Supply Co.,
Fort Street v Near Hotel
Lirrjest Paclf.e 8euv'ea)i
Stora In th World '
HAWAII 4 SOUTH ;
tA3 cur.io CO.
i ' Young Dullilnj -
' Silva's ;Tc:.y,.:
5 THE STORE FOR C00D '
; King Cirl
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All - kinds Wrapping Papers anJ
Twines, Prlatlns and Writlns Paper w 1
AMERICAN -HAWAII AN PAPER &
SUPjY CQ., LTD. .V , ; -Fort
and Quti.4;Strt'-.j ' HoncVjlj -Ptone
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Har-TsoA Clk Fort CU nr Csrttir.la .
'raciia;!: i' friend at sea - may-;
;' be telaphoned-to .the effics In --Ythe
Telephone C-Wing up "to
s .efeven o'ilock'evfiry' n!;ht.' ' .
-. Telephone 1274 .V "
milLinery vStocKtakincs r &aLe; ' '
Winter. Millinery at Greatly reduced '
M.I L TO M A s P,A R-8 O N 8 . ,
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lilJ Fort SL? v i Pantb?on ? B14a ; r:
taisho vulcanizing co 'lto.;.
Auto, Motorcycle and Bicycla Tlrca
Also Tube Repairing y -
180 Merchant, nr. AlaTcea TL S13T
v -a S. 8AIKI,: Mgr. - .";;
Anton Stance & Bro.f ; ; '
German confectionery and fancy bakery 5 '
Pound, citron, currant, coffee, sponge ' ;
. and fruit cakes,, home-made choc-. .., .
j r. olate candies and German . ' ' V;
;i --i y y ryeJbread y '-r4- j .
11?3?Alakea, nr. Beretanla, Phone 17J3
v.: 'r.. ' f AU Kinds '
DEALERS IJf LUMBER
Qiees Street ' - Ueaolala
Ttayer Hono Co. Ltd.
AND OTHER PIANO
IM Hetel ftiet Phane OH
CHEMICAL ENGINES AND
For Sale by ;.
J. A. GILMAH
Fort Street . ; - . i':"
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