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Incorporated Under the Laws of
the Republic of Ilav ail.
CAPITAL.' $J00, 000.00
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SURPLUS & UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,564.94
Chas. M. Cooke President
P. C. Junes Vice-President
C. II. Cooke Cashier
i . C. AtiieHon Assistni.t Cashier
Directors Henry Wutcrhouso.
Tom Miiy, F. W. Macfarlar.e, E. D.
Tenny, J. A. McCnndloss.
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Lending Stores and Druggists
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For Northern Assurance Co.
Canadian Australian Sloamship
Pacific Cycle & M. Go.
STERLING and IVEU J0;lNS0rK
DELERS IN All kind o? Bmvilne Gooili
aro built tor vwar,
theylaro muilo to our order,
nro maUo siieclully for ll.iw:iilelimato.
Ex Falls of Clyde wo have:
73c Fat llaby shoes.
SI. 00 Child's shoes.3 '
7oc Hoy's strong laco satiu calf shoes
$1.50 Ladles' lace, cloth top or kid Hi
$2.00 Ladios' cloth top laco bHoes.
$3.50 Ladles' blacl: cloth top Oxfords
$4.50 Ladies' heavy solo ltid laco shoe f
porfect walking shoe. 1
$1.25 Sinn's split creedmoro'.s toll
$1.75 Men's and boys' oil grain creed
$1.75 Ilea's satin calflressjshoes.
$2.00 Men's colt laco shot's.
ifiiZ.SlO Men's superior oil grain creoi
3 .00 Men's box calf dress shoes.
3.00 Men's Transvaal calf shoes.
UUItlilllS GOODS-Sllppers, Over, Foc'Jiold
Wo stand by tho goods wo sell. Woguarni
tco satisfaction with every pair bought of ut
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Wholesale & Itetail dealers In lloou ft Sho
The County Government Bill " will
comu up for discussion next week'.
Governor "Dole approved Act 2,
relating to criminal jurisdiction of
District Magistrates. This law goes
into effect at once.
The bill to provide that English or
Hawaiian language may be used in
the Circuit Court was passed with
out a dissenting vote.
This is the forty-third day of the
legislative session, Eighty senate bill
have passed, of which seven have
beenent up to the governor.
representative Dickey's act to ap
propriate $30,000 for. damages caus
ed lo roads and bridges by tho storm
of last February was finally passed
and sent up for the executive signa
Prcntlorgast exploded a carofully
prepared mine giving notlco of an
mtrouuclion by him of An Act to
Provide for tho Construction of a
Street Railroad by tho Hawaiian
The majority report of Houso bill
18, establishing certain counties in
tho Territory of Hawaii and provkl
ing a form of Government for such
counties' was read. The special com
mitteb having the matter in hand
uskou lor lurtncr lime to bring m a
substitute bill, tho present one bein,
The report of tho military com
mittee m relation to Senate bill No.
(54, which exempt from poll, road and
school tax all citizens who have live
or more children, caused a ripple of
audible joy throughout the Senate
chamber. The bill has been dubbed
tho "Portugese bill." In the report
Mr. Carter stated tho committee ap
proved of the measure, as it would,
1 to a certain limited extent, encourage
Tho minority report of the polico
box instalment system calling for
tflu.OUO for tho installation of that
system, submitted the opinion tlri.V
Honolulu is not yet largo euou.i' for
such a system; that the. 1Jal polico
force costs too lr-'uch already, and
that if the alar'-d system weru con-
structcd'-.o cost should be borue by
tho Cit.y alone aim not by the Terri
tory..' Tho majority report favored
tjnc adoption of tho bill.
Cecil Brown's emergency loan bill
gives to' Treasurer Lansing the au
thority, so' soon as the bill is ap
proved dy the President, to borrow
in tho regular way the total sum of
5l,!M(i,U00 in tho present biennial
period. Most of this will be used iu
carrying on public works, which tho
legislature will prescribe; but as
$7!9,00l) of it goes back to current
funds in repayment of advances tho
treasury will bo thoroughly .relieved
of the threatened stress.
The following bills were passed bl
ithe Senate last Saturday:
Senate bill No. 29, by Kauuha, ro-
'lating to licensed physicians and forc
ing them to servo under tho Board of
Health at $100 a month during peri
ods of epidemic or plague.-
Senate bill No. 32, by Kauuha, de
lining the territorial seal for the Ter
ritory of Hawaii.
House bill No. 15, by Haaheo, to
amend section 814 Chapter 59 of the
Civil Laws, relating to dog trx,- and
providing foi an auuual dog tax of $1
to bo paid by tho owner thereof.
House bill No, 2, by Dickey; relat
ing to an emergency fund to repair
damages to roads and bridges anthe
other islands during tho recent
House bill 81, to pay ex-Queen
Liliuokalani the sum of 150,000 in
Treasury bonds, camo up for tho
thud reading. Robertson said that
while tho Houso desired to mako
some provision for a liberal annuity,
the present bill was a fate one, ille
gal, and would result iu nothing be
ing accomplishad in that dh-ectiori'
Tho bill was deferred on motion of,
Emmeluth until tho afternoou session.
The Home Rule party is anxious to
pass this bill; but the warning given
by Robertson as to tho impossibility
and illegality of tho Territory bor
rowing monoy for such a purpose
has set them thinking. Tho altorna-
tivo measure of giving tho ex-Queen
.512,000 for the biennial period is not
at all to tht' liking of the Independ
ent parly, umii that case futuro ay
liii'uu would be left to succeeding
The long overdue Henry Failing
anchored in Kahului Bay ycrterday
Captain C. M. Thomas has been or
dered to command tho Oregon, now
at tho Asiatic station.
There are now six vessels lying olT
Kaanapali Landing, the Omega, the
Helen Wright, the .Tames H. Bruce,
the Albert, the Rcdfleld, and tho
Golden Gate. They aro unloading
coal and lumber, and loading sugar.
l.'ho little schooner Mokihana lias
boon chartorcd by Young and Whee
ler, who will use her to procuro sand
for building purposes, dredging for
tho material with a nump. She will
jico the sand from the neighborhood
of Pearl Harbor.
News was brouglit by Wilder'
steamer Ivmau on baturday to tno
oficct that the llttio Island steamer
Upolu, which went on the reef at
Puako last week is a total wreck.
It is said that nothing but a hivo
of bees and a box containing gro
ceries wero saved from the vessel.
The Upolu struck on tho reef while
attemntin' to enter the harbor. She
struck on tho rocks and, knocking a
big hole in her bow, was full of water
iu a very little while after sho wont
aground. The wreck of tho steamer
Upolu was sold to Johu Hinds for
$105. Tho small boats that wore
saved in good condition brought $35.
The large ones sold for $27.
At two o'clock Sunday tho United
States Army Transport Law ton was
sighted. It was not until nearly even
ing that sho was allowed to enter tho
harbor, because of two cases of small
pox which she had on board. After
coming in, a strict quarantine was
placed upon the Lawton, armed boats
being stationed about her. The
transport was anchored in nayal
The two cases of small pox wero
taken to the puarlantino station
and barges aro busy taking coal to
the homcward-bWund steamer. - rAYw
wnViuko on.a'uuirt Wfl.Awus of coai ut
this port and will probably r.ail Wed
nesday or Thursday, provided Dr.
Carmichacl feels that he can give his
consent by that time.
Bailey's Honolulu Gyclery Co.
Cushion Frames, $60.
1900 Qhainlt $73.00
The Milwaukee Patent Puncture Proof Tiros. Solo Agency
and only place wherti tho guarantee oil these tires can bo filled is ut i
alley's Honolulu Cyclery, Ltd;
!ailey9s Hilo Cyciery
Forthe Morgan fc AIvli Hack Tires. ,.
If you wish to
, . . . keei) ylu' papers in order, cither in the
office or at your home, buy onq of MACEY'S DESKS. They arc
cheap, as wq sell them at San Francisco prices, nt tho same time
elegant mid durable, and they wjll save you much timo una
trouble. , (
A whole- carload arrived on the "Wrestler" of which several
styles and grades aro already on exhibition. Call and see them.
Vessels in Pott--KnIuiIui
Am. Ship Charmer, John Slater,
from Ladysmith, B. C. coal.
Am. Schr. Liyman D. Foster,
Killman, from Nov Castle, coal.
Am. Schr. Metha Nelson, Christi
ansen, from Honolulu.
Am. Sp. Henry Failing, Malhens
from N. Y.
S. S. Claudino, Parker
April 12 Am. Sp. llonry
Malhens from N. Y. Iron Ties.
Anr. (! S. S. Santa Ana, Straud
for S. F.; passengers and 15520, bags
Apr. 11 Am. Sch. Mary Dodgo,
forS. F., 0100 bags of sugar.
- April 13. S. S. Clauaiue, Parker,
Honolulu Postoffice Time Table.
DATI5 , NAME i'KOM
Apr. 2 Ventura Colonies
" 2' Sonoma ..San Francisco
" 2 China.... , , Yokohama
" 6" Gaelic San Francisco
,l !) Doric Yokohama
10 Aorangi. ,, f. Colonies
" 13 Mariposa San Frnccisco
" 13 Miowera..,.. Victoria. B. C.
" 10 Hongkong Maru. . .' S. F.
,( 18 Nippon Maru Yokohama
" 23 Ventura San Francisco
" 23 Sierra Colonies
" 24 China -San Francisco
Apr. 2 Ventura tSan Fraucisco
' ' 2 Sonoma Colonies
" 2 China S.an Francisco
" G Gaelic STokohama
" !) Doric San Francisco
" 10. Aorangi Victoria, B. C.
" 13 Miowera Colonics
' IU Hongkong Maru.. .Yokohama
" 17 Mariposa' San Francisco
M 19 Nippon Mara... San Francisco
' 23 Vontura.ii ; Colonies
" 23 Sierra Sin Francisco
2 China ....Ybkohauiu
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