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GIVE OS A CAIlL
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The Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws of
the Kepublte or Hawaii.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SURPLUS & UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,564.94
Chas. M. Cooke. President
P. 0. Jones Vice-President
C. II. Cooke ;.Cnshici
P. C. Atlicrton. . . Assistant Cashier
Directors Henry Wiiterhouso,
Tom May, F. W. Mnefarlane, E. D.
lenny, .1. A. .Met unci less.
Solicits the Accounts of Firms, Cor
porations, Trusts. Individuals, and
will promptly and carefully attend to
all business connected with banking
entrusted to it. Sell and Purchase
Foreign Exchange, Issue Letters of
Ordinary and Term Deposits re
ccived and Interest allowed in ac
cordance with rules and conditions
printed in pass books, copies of
which may be Had on nnnliention.
Judd Building, Fort St., Honolulu
SOr.E AGENTS 1'OK
Kickapoo Indian SAGWA
" COUGH CURE
" " WORM KILLER
HEALY & BIGELOW.
Main office and permanent address
Cor. Chapel and Hamihon St.
xcw iiavon, uonn.
Fop Knle hv nil
Lending Stores and Druggists
Thco H. Davis if Co
I m porters of
For Northern Assurance Co.
Canadian Australian Steamship
Vic Cycle t 1. Co.
STERLING and IYER JOHNSON
DELERS IN All kind of sporting Goods
are built for wear,
thoylaro mado to our order,
uro mado specially for-Hnwalllclimate.
Kx Falls of Cljde wo liavs:
7Sc Fat liaby shoou,
$1.00 Ciilld'M shoes.;
T5o Hoy's strong lacosallu calf shocj
SI.50 Ladles' lace, sloth top or klS lt
$2.00 Ladles' cloth top lace choc's.
Ladles ulacli cloth top Oxtenli
Ladles' heavy tolo kid laco t.hoe!
pDrect walking shoe.
Men's pllt ereodmore's sclli
1.75 Men's and boys' oil grain creed
ifi 1 . 7 5 Men's satin calf.'drcss'ahocs.
t&2.00 Men's colt laco shoes.
$2.SO Men's superior oil grain creo
3.00 Mon's box calf dress shoes.
3 . 0 O Men's Transvaal call shoes.
ItUUUEIt GOODS-Sllpperp, OveiT, Foelhbld
' We stand by tho goods we soli. Woguatat
tec satisfaction with every pain-bwilgtiu of u
Study economy and buy at
"Economic" Sfioe Co
WAIANUBNUB ST;', HILOi
Wholesale & Retail dealers-' in Hoots & Sho
Wholesale Quotations On Aon! inal loi
News comes by wireless telegraph
thai the Dispensary Bill yns killed
in the Senate.
It is generally bpljovpd that the
county bill will fail to pass at the
present session of the legislature.
Giliillan introduced his bill to ap-
priato $10,000 for Delegate Wilcox's
use in Congress, but it was killed on
A petition was presented by Bob
crtson asking for an appropriation
of $1,800 a year for the Houolulu
Senate bill (!3, exempting all prop
erty whatsoever under the valua
lion of$;,no0 from attachments, sale,
etc., passed first reading.
The county to include Maui, Molo
kat, Lnnai and Jvahoolawc was given
the name of Liliuokalani instead of
Piilanl. The county scat was left at
The bill to create the office of
transportation agent was favorably
reported by the Public Lands and
Internal Improvements committee,
The bill appropriating $3,500 for a
school exhibit at Buft'alolpassed sec
ond reading by unanimous vote
The bill will pass without opposition
in the Senate.
As the County bill now stands it
provides for the Island of Oahu, in
cluding Honolulu, to bo one county,
government by a board of three
"No City Government for Hono
lulu," was the emphatic decision of
the House. The issue was clearly
uiatlo m debate over including Hono
lulu with the rest of tho island in
House bill 44, relating to tho estab
iishmcnt ot school lioranes, came
down from tno Senate amended by
slricking out tho appropriation
clause. Tho bill was referred to the
Committee on Education.
Tho House committee reported on
the petition of Wailuku residents for
an appropriation of $10,000 for the
Iao valley road, recommending that
$5,000 be appropriated for- tho pur
pose. Tabled to be considered with
A motion to. kill the county bill by
indefinitely postponing it preceded
taking tho bill up. It was made by
Kumalae, m the midst of a long
wrangle over rules and order of
business. Dickey, HooysV Kumalae
and Monsarrat were the only mem
ber.s to vote for the motion.
Definition of gambling, by the
House committee on , Public Laud
and Internal Improvements: ,
"Gambling or g'ainiug is nothin
more or less than, a simple contract
made by two or more persons to un
dertake any chance of profit'by pay
ing certain consideration generally
called stako money for tha same."
Governor Dole's flnt veto was re
ceived by the Loglslature Monflny
morning.- It was the bill amending
tiie law which provides for a tax of
J on female dog. The Governor
thinks there should be no amendment.
A canvass of tho Senata shows that
:the bill cannot pass over the Gov
ernor s voto. This alone will knock
it OUt as both h(H140A must iSncc n
t . . 1
pleasure over a veto by a two-thirds
j The House printing committee aud
icrgcant-atarms between them Have
jlcveloped the stingiest' system on
record in distribution of bills with
.11 tho waste evident in the printing
f such a bill as the rejected county
act. Members oiv the floor of the
house are actually riot able to get an
extra copy of air" act when thoy
want It, and ncwspaperhicn are
treated with a lablc of courtesy pro
baby not equalle'd iii any other legis
lative body In' tho world
It is reported tiiafl tho Independ
ent caucus held to cbhsider tho Governor's-
appointments, voted to turn
down Superintendent of Public
Works McCa'ndlcss, Treasurer T. F.
Lansing- and Land Commissioner J.
'Should McCandless be turned
down, Jas. H. Boyd is regarded as
tie logical and generally accepted
candidate for the vacancy. "A
flown town banker" and W. H.
JV-right aro referred tdas substitutes';
for Lansing should ho bo' defeated,
The Honry Fnilling will began to
discharge cargo on Monday.
The tug Leslie Baldwin has been
repaired, and is ready for duty
The Claudinc. will not reach Kahu-
lui from Hana 'before daylight to
A big iron ship, with a black
painted hull, is in mid-Pacific dis
masted. Her identity is unknown.
Tho vessel is a four-masted one, and
when seen was m ballast. She was
bearing northwest with only a small
pieco of canvas spread on tho stump
of her foremast, and it was thought
she was making for one of the Paci
lie Coast ports.
Washington D. C, April 1. Tho
Hnwmitin Nnviwation Co. Ltd. of
Honolulu, A. A. Young, president
has been awarded the contract, and
orders have been issued by Postmas
ter General Smith establishing
steamboat mail service botweon Ho
nolulu and points in the Territory of
Tho mails, according to the terms
in the 'contract, must bo carried in
safe anicb suitable steamboats as of
ten as steamers may run at irregu
lar intervals. Tho agreement is bind-
hiL'from April 1, 1001 to March 31,
1002, and the servico is to extend be
tween Honolulu and any points on the
Island of Kauai and return, and be
tween Honolulu aud any points on
the Islauds Molokai, Lanai, Mau
mid TJnwnii. This service is to be
known as Route 80,01)2.
Another contract was awardpd to
same firm whereby thoy are direct
ed to carry the mails three times a
mouth, and by a schedule or regular
snilinrr ilatos satisfactory to the
Post-office Department of not to ex
coed ninety-one hours running time
hittwoon Honolulu. Island ofOanu
bv Lahaina, Kihci, Makena, Islatv
of Maui; Kawaihac, Kailua, Kcauhou
Napoopoo and Hookena,- to Hoopu
loa, on tho outward trip, or ninety
six hours on the inward trip. This
agreement is to lopcratc from April
1, 1001, J.o March 31, 1902, and the
contractor is to . notify postmasters
by telephone of arrival at landings
This service is to be known as Route
Vessels in Poit--Knhului
Am. -Ship Charmer, John Slater,
from Ladysmith, B. C. coal.
Am. Schr, Lyman D. Foster,
Killman, from New Castle, coal.
Am. Sp. Henry Failing, Malhcns
from N. Y. .
Am. Brig Lurlincj Sliauoe, from
S. P., Mdse-
April 17 Am. BrigLurlinc, Shaubc,
15 days from S. P., Mdse.
April 11. S. S; Claudinc,' Parker,
April 15 Ain. Schr. Metha Nelson,
Christianneu, for S-. P., 11,000 bags
April 2i. S. S. Clauaino, Parker,
Honolulu Postoiiico Time Table.
HATE NAME FJtOJt
Apr. 2 Ventura, Colonies
" 2 Sonoma San Francisco
" 2 China,. Ydkolmma
" ti Gaelic. . t San Francisco
' ' (LJJoric Yokohama
" 10 Aprangi-.i Colonies
" 13 Mariposa. San FraCLisco
" 13 Mlowera Victoria. B. C.
" l(i Hongkong Maru S. P.
" 18 Nippon Mafu Yokohama
" 23 Ventura. . i . . .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 SahPraucisco
" 10 Aorangi Victoria, B. C.
" 13 Miowera Colonies
' lii llongkong Maru.;. Yokohama
" 17 Mariposa San Francisco
" 19 Nippon Maru,..San Francisco
" 23 Ventura ; Colonies
1 "23' Sierra San Francesco
" 2s' Clnua Yokohama
Bailey's Honolulu Cyclery Co.,
Tho Milwaukee Patent Puncture. Proof Tiros. Solo Agonc-V
and only place- where tho guarantee
alley's Honolulu Cycleiy? Ltd,
alley's SWo Cyclepy
For the morgan & lArigt McjoSc Tire. '5.
THE AUTHORITIES ON MODERN SCIENCE HAVE
THE BEST FOR
MOUTH AND TEETH
He HACKFELD & CO, Ltd.
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
G. SC HUMAN
Merchant Street, between Fort and Alakea Streets.
Hiiviii establiheil a finrnss, sncldl aad slos
sliop with competent workmen, we solicit a share ot
Maul patronage. Give Home Industry a fair chance.'
$7 .00 f
on these tires can bo filled is at:
on Whe Is
. Flrst Class
Work & f1aterSais