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qiYE US A CALL
Ineoi'pona.tcil Under the rUmiv
; the ucpuDUCoi nnwaiit.
SURPLUS & UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,554.34
Chas. M. Cooke. . . , President)
C. Jones .Vice-President
D. II. Cooke Cashier
F. C. Athcrton. . . . Assistant Cashier
Directors Henry Yvntcrhouse,
Toin May, F,. W. Maefnrlnne, E. D.
Tenny, J. A. McCtuulloss.
boucits the Accounts ofii lrms.uor-
poratlons, Trusts, Individuals, and
will promptly and careiuuy attend to
all business connected with banking
entrusted to it. Sell and Purchase
'Foreign Exchange, Issue Lottors of
Ordinary and Term Deposits ro
eeived and interest allowed- in ac
cordance with rules and conditions
printed in pass books, copies of
which may bo had on application.
Judd Building-,, FonttSt-jHonolulu
K ickapoo Indian
FOLK AOKNTS TOR
HEALY & BIGELOW.
Main office and permanent address
Cor. Chapel and Hamihon St.
Now Haven, Conn.
f op sale by alt
Leading Stores and Druggists
T'lieo H. Davis & Co
For Northern Assurance Co.
Canadian Australian Steamship
Pacific Cycle & M Co.
Fort Street, Honolulu
STERLING and IYER JOHNSON
DELERSIN All kind of uportinft Goods
arebiillt for wear,
tlicylnro jnado to our order,
aro tnado specially ror.Hawallollmato.
Ex Falls of Clyde wo have:
75s Fat Daby shoes.
$1.00 Child's shoes.!
75c Doy's strong lacosatlu calf shoe
SI. 50 Ladles' lace, cloth top or kid ttf
$2.00 Ladles' cloth top laco shoes.
Sp.SO Ladles' black cloth top Oxford
$4.30 Ladles' heavy solo ltld laco shod
psrfect walking shoe.
$I.2S Men's split crcodtnorc's tolk
$1.75 Men's and boys' oil grain creed
$1.7 5 Men's satin calffdresshocs.
$2.00 Men's colt laco shoes.
$2.SO Mon's superior oil grain crew
3.00 Men's box calf dress shoes.
0 .00 Mon's Transvaal calf shoes.
liUBUBR G00D8 Sllrpers, Overs, Focthold
Wo stand by Iho goods wo sell. Woguari
too satisfaction with ovory pair bought of u
Study cconptny a,nd buy at
"Economic" Shoe Co
WAIANUENUE ST., HILQi
Wholesale & Retail dealers In Baota A Sb
Tho following aro the principal fear
turos o the report of the Jnclopond-.
ent Char tor Commission in so far as
it relates to county government.
Chapter I. The Torrltary is dU
ividcd into fiVc counties, 5 correspond
Hag to the present six Reprosontatlvo
distracts, except that Oahu, which
has-two districts, is orootod into a
Chapter 2. Each county is m!jd0
.. , mi- n ...wi. 4i.
a , U0(iy OOl'poraiC jw.-iiu;, mm uiu
usual powers- of such corporations,
including tho acquiring real estate
mid land soldi for taxes, mm tlio dis
posal of samer and to levy 'axos for
its own needs. Each county to have
a board of three kinds of commission
ers with the usuall powers of such
.honrds. Each country will have its
Surveyor, Treasurer, Sheriff, Attorn
icy; Clerk, Probate Judge, Registrar
off Deeds, Coroner. Assessor and
Superintendent of Public- Instruct
Chapter 12. Compact communities '
of over 2,500 people, as shown by the
last census, "and presiding on land
platted into lots and blocks, shall
upon taking effect of this Act be
come a municipal., corporation."
Cominunities tvf'tlns size are designa
ted' cities of the first class and aro
Chapter 17. The organization of
a town requires the petition of one
third of the qualified voters therein
resident. jTho County Commissioners
on receipt of the petition aro required
to investigate thoroughly beforo in
corporating the town; no two towns
in the Territory to have the same
name; incorporation is by town meet
ing, open from 9 in the morning until
4 in the afternoon; they lirst elecx
inspectors and then vote for or
against corporation the majority
Chapter 19. Schools Each county
has Superintendent of Public In
strnction to be appointed or elected
as may be provided, and to hold office
for two years, under bond of $3,dd0.
Chapter 22. In every school dis
trict shall be taught orthography,
reading, writing, English grammar,
geography and arithmetic, and oth-
evs if the District Board so orders;
instructions throughout tho county
shall bo uniform and in English. A
tuition fee may bo levied in certain
Chapter 27. Provides for tho sa
larles of tho county officers: Clerk
$3,300 per year, Sheriff $4,500,
Treasurer $3,500, Registrar of Deeds
$3,000, Probato Judge $2,500, Sur
veyor $2,500, Coroner $1,000, Asses
sor $1,200, County Superintendent of
Puplic Instruction 2,000, members
of tho Board of (County Commission'
crs $10 for tho timo actually ongagdd
in county busiuess; when sittiug as a
Board of Equalization $50, in ad
dition to regular fee for attending
such meetings, and while cxainining
any county works, mileage at 10
cents a mile; salary payable monthly!
"This Act shall take effectland be in
from and after the first day of
The Dispensary Bill received 'a
knock out blow on Wednesday, being
reported unfavorably by tho com
mittee to which it was referred.
Senator Kaiuo proved himself a
model presldiug officer, and is expe
diting tho business of tho Senato.
The Hawaiian Tramway franchise
died a natural and Painless doath in
the House on Tuosdny.
A favorable report on tho Emifle
luth resolution fo invite President to
visit Hawaii wa adopted.
Tho Committee on Public Lands
havo reported in favor of largo ap
propriations for lltlo aud other por
tions of tho Island of flawail.
Colonel Mazuma has dono but lit
tlo work at this session although
somo claim iho ho was at the bottoih
of the attoinpt to resurrect tho. Pain
Secretary Coopsr will be furnished
with certified copieB of tho Senato
journel or transmission to President
Hawaii wants $10,000 to fill up
somo deep nnd dangorous hole' along
the Volcano road, wliioh wero ex
cavated to obtain malorial to build
There will bo about two weeks
more of-lagislativo work boforo tho
close. of the session,
Tho mates, second mates nnd third
mates of the Inter-Island Steam Na
vigation Company and Wildor's
Steamship Company aro dissatisfied
and have gono out on a strike for
Tho tug "Leslie Baldwin" caught
a stick of timber in her propeller
nnd broko oil two flanges on Wednes
day. Tlio tug has bc.'n put on the
ways for repairs, and tho Talulah
will be used until tho new castings
aro received from Honolulu.
San Francisco. March 23. The
Inspectors of Steam IVcsscls have
roudercd a decision in the case ofthe
steamer Rio do Janeiro. The license
of Cliiel Engineer Hcrliky is revoked.
They find Captain Ward to binmo fol
lowing his nnchoragc that morning.
His Hcouso would probably be revok
ed had he lived. Pilot Jordan is also
blamed for bringing the vessel in
w.bilo such a thick fog existed. He is
out. of tho jurisdiction of the in-
inspectors, however. Tho State
Board of Pilot Commissioners now
have Jordan's case under considera
San Francisco, March 2G. For a
week past fisherman and others who
have had occasion to bo in the vicini
ty of South bay have noticed a man
in a small boat drifting about m what
appeared to bo an aimless mannor
in mis noat was jh. e. aorenson, an
experienced diver, who had for his
object tho hope of locating ultimate
ly the wreck of tho Rio.
After ho had satisfied himself fully
as to the possibilities of tho situation
ho took into his confidence Gus Nv-
gard and William Moe, and the three
men went out Sunday morning witli
sounding lines, prepared to spend
the day in search of the wreck. So
close were Sorenson's calculations
that within an hour, he declares, the
iron gave back the sound of meeting
other iron, and when it was drawn
to tho surface red paint and iron
rust wore found adhering to it.
The Rio, they say, was lying
with her stern inshore, covered by
six fathoms of water, and her bow
pointing toward mid-channel, her
smokestack and spars pointing to
Vessels in Por-t-Knhulul
Am. Ship Charmer, John Slater,
from Ladysmith, B. C. coal.
S. S. Santa Anua, Strand, from
Am. Schr. Mary Dodge, Olsen,
froth Tacoma, lumber.
Am. Schr. Lyman D. Foster,
Iullman, from New Castle, coal.
Am. Schr. Mctha Nelson, Christi
ansen, from Honolulu. . f
April 8. S. S. Santa Anna, Strand,
from Honolulu. Gen 1 Mdso.
April C. S. S. Claudine, Parker
April 4. Am. Schr. Dora Bluhm,
Seymour, for S. F. with 7680 bags
April 6. S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Honolulu Postofilce Time Table.
OATH NAME FROM
Apr, 3 Ventura Colonies
" 3 Sonoma. . , San Francisco.
" 3 China Yokohama
" G Gaelic San Francisco
" 0 Doric Yokohama
" 10 Aorangi Colonies
13 Mariposa San Fraccisco
" 13 Miowera Victoria. B. C.
" 1G Hongkong Maru S. F.
" 18 Nippon Maru Yokohama
23 Ventura San Francisco
23 Sierra Colonies
" 24 China San Francisco
Apr. 2 Ventura San Francisco
. " 2 Sonoma Colonies
" 2 China San Francisco
" 0 Gaelic Yokohama
" 9 Doric San Francisco
" 10 Aorangi Victoria, B. G,
" 13 Miowera Colonies
10 Hongkong Maru.., Yokohama
" 17 Mariposa San Franc iw
"19 Nippon Maru.. .San bVnucU;o
"23 Ventura Colonies
" 23 Siorra... San Francisco
" 2s China,,,,, . Yokohama
"liiteyiftti " Si lii "If.n nt'jnl JrilrvrSl- " '
Bailey's Honolulu Cyclery Co.,
$25, $40, $50
'9QO Chain less $7 .00
Tho Mihvtuikeo Putent'Puncturo Proof Tiros. Solo Acroncv
and only pluco where tho guarantee
alley's Honolulu Cyclepy, Ltd.
ailey's HISo Cyclery
For tine Morgan & YArigflnt Hack Tires.
If you wish to
office or at your homo, buy ono of MACEY'S DESKS. Thoy aro
cheap, as wo .soli thorn at San Francisco prices, at the same time
elegant and durable, ttndvflioy will save you much timo and
A whole carload arrived on
styles and grades aro already on
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Exclusive Dealers for the Hawaiian Territory.
Every Thing on Wheels
Merchant Street, between Port and Alakea Stroets.
BEN01T & G0NSALVES
Having established u harness, saddle and shoe
shop with competent workmen, wo tsolicit a sharo of
Waul n j ti'onage. Givo Home Industry a ?nip chance.
j I'" & .f ftfM'n - It f tij tVfa'ii '''i 'Afjjflt tf'tr ' t''"'l
on theso tires can bo filled, is at;
' keep your papars in order, either in tho
tho "Wrestler" of which sovoral
exhibition. Call and see thorn.
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