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i iio Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws of
the Republic of Hawaii.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SURPLUS & UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,564.94
Clms. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. II. Cooke Cashier
F. C. Athorton. . . . Assistant Cashier
Directors Henry Waterhouse,
Tom May, F. W. Macfarlane, E. 1
JLcmiy, J. A. .ycCnnclless.
Solicits the Accounts of Firms.Cor
porations, Trusts, Individuals, and
will promptly and carefully attend to
ill business connected with banking
entrusted to it. Sell and Purchase
Foreign Exchange, Issue Letters of
Ordinary and Term T)nimsit. vo
ceived and Interest allowed in ac
cordance with rulea and conditions
printed in pass books, copies of
which may no unci on application.
Judd Building, Fort St., Honolulu
SOLE AQEN'TS FOR
Kickapoo Indian SAGWA
" COUGH CURB
" WORM KILLER
HEALY & BIG BLOW.
Main office and permanent address
ior. unapel and Hamihon St,
A ew Haven, Uonn.
Fop sale bv all
LctitHng Stores and Druggists
Tlieo H. Davis (fe Co
For Northern Assurance Co. '
Canadian Australian Steamship
Pacific Cycle I Mfe Co
fort Street, Honolulu
STERLING and IVER JOHNSON
DELERSIN AllkinJof sporting Good
aro built fop wear,
theylaro maclo to our order.
aio mado spoolally for.IIavatlellmato.
Ex Falls of Clyde wo liavo:
75c Fat Baby shoes.
$1.00 Child's shoes.J
75c Boy's strong laco satlu calf shoci
1.50 Ladies' lace, cloth top or kid HI
$2.00 Ladles' cloth top lace shoes.
$3.50 Ladles' black cloth top Oxfords
$4.50 Ladles' heavy solo kid lace shoef
porfect wanting shoo.
$1.25 Men's spilt creedmoro's solli
ii.73 Men's and boys' oil grain oread
s&l. 7 Men's satin cair;dress;6hoes.
$2,00 Men's colt lace shoes.
2.30 Men's superior oili grain creo
O.OO Mcn's'box calf dress shoos. .
3.00 Men's Trncivcal calf shoes.
P.UItUER COODS-Slippers, Overs, Focthold
We stand by tbetroodswosell. Wnmintni
teosatisfactlon.wilhevcrr nair bought
Study economy and buy at
"Economic" Shoe (k
WAIANUENUE ST., IIILOr.
Wholesale Si Rotail dealers in Boots USha
Wholesale Quotations OnAunl leal inn
Thb County Government Bill failed
to receive the Governor's approval,
and is thus killed.
The Homestead Exemption Act,
exemption property to tho value of
Svl.tiUl), passed its third reading.
The Governor signed tho Acts re
lating to tho sale of liquors, the pro
viding for vacancies among the Cir
cuit Court Judges and that relating
to the promulgation of tho laws.
On Slonday afternoon the Senate
went into executive session, tc con
sider tho Governor's appointments,
which resulted after a considerable
wrangle, in tho confirmation of all
but three, namaly, J. J. McCandlcss,
Superintendent of Public Works; J.
F. Brown, Commissioner of Public
Lands, and T. F. Lansing, Treasur
er: also the mcmebers of the Board
The Governor's answer to tho
Bcckley resolution, asking for a
thirty-day extension, was road and
ordered spread upon the journal of
Tho message read as follows:
Hon. J. A. Akina, Speaker of the
House of Representatives:
Sir Tho resolution of the House
requesting an extension of the pres
ent legislative session for an addit
ional period of thirty days, on the
grounds of unfinished legislation, has
been received from your special
The conduct of tho present session
by the Legislature oilers no appear
an ee, so far, that an extension would
tend to promote the interests of tho
Territory, but raises in my mind
strong doubts to the contrary.
I have recently refused a request
of tho Senate for an extension of the
session, such request being based up
on similar grounds to those express
ed in the House' resolution, I find no
reason now for coming to a different
conclusion. Very respectively yours.
SANFORD B. DOLE.
How It Wns Done.
The County Bill of the Home Rule
party passed its final reading in tho
Senate this morning without amend
ment and now goes to the Governor
for his signature.
Among the important features left
in aro those making Waimea the
comity seat, of Kauai and Lalmina
tho county seat of Maui. Lihue and
Wailuku were the competitors on the
respective islands for tho court
The session in the early morning
was oxecdingly stormy. It was all
over the county bill. For tho first
time in the session some of the senat
ors became really excited. Mr. Car
ter and Mr. Achi had one of tho tilts.
Cecil Brown ' intimated that AV'nito
was a liar, and at another time do.
manded that Dr. Russel keep his
The proceedings wcro In no sense
in English from tho time tho- county
bill first camo up from one to hlf
dozen Senators were on the floor at
once, jabbering away at the height
of their voices in musical Hawaiian.
Nobody addressed tho" President.
That dignitary might have been in
tho seventh heaven for anv attention
Ihe received. Motion udgii motion wns
made in native. The intornroter was
simply crushed, out of service by. the
The principal fight' (though there
were a number of Iwrt ones) was over
whether tho county bill should
rend through or merely by title. Tt
was finally voted to read vl throuih.
When, the first section was read Ce
cil Brown moved tha'i Lihue hct in.
sorted in plao of "Waiinea as. the
county seat of Jiaiul. Dr. Rus-sel
mado tho point 'dint tho motion was
to read the bill- thrflurti. and that
under that trio-tibii it could not be
considered b'se'etions. This was tho
signal for anotfler- "rough housev"'In
the confusion-Mr'. Carter moved that
the bill pass. "WheUi r hv nnnfiVfint
or what-not the motif m carried.
Tke-Oi-ganic Act m-escribes- that
the- ayes andWs bf i called" on final
reading. A motion to call the roll
passed, with tlio- re suit that tho bill
receivod nine votes,. Thero wore five
against and one-did. not vote. Crabbo
made tho stateine n t that ho was in
favor of dome-for m. of municipal gov
ernment ana tlu jreJore cast his voto
with tha efgh. solid Inflependente-.
Achi deolihe it j voile.
Alio- sessio-n ivrs- cfrcldodlvv ths
stormiast of Vna nnanrf iH tba fc&tv
It is estimated that tho stcamor
Siberia of the Pacific Mail Company
which is soon to bo launched will cost
when finished about $4,000,000.
Captain McDonald, formerly in
coinmnnd of the Steamer Claudiuo is
expected shortly hi n vessel from the
Colonies to which he has succeeded as
Knhului is generally figuring in tho
charter parties of most of the coal
ships from Newcastle and tho Sound.
From Us geographical position to
windward of nil the other island
ports it is being selected in prefer
ence to Honolulu, as a port to call
In a raco across tho Atlantic from
Liverpool to Philadelphia to load a
cargo of water pipes for Sourabaya,
Java, tho four-masted American ship
Keuilworth, Captain Taylor, eclipsed
all prcvioas sailing records when sho
passed in the Delaware Capes recent
ly, eighteen and one-half days from
the timo of her departure from tho
Vessels In Port--Kuhului
Am. Sp. Henry Failing, Matthews
from N. Y.
Am. Brig Lurlinc, Shaubc, from
S. F., Mdse.
Am. Bktne. J. L. Eviston, Ram
selius, ftom New Castle, coal.
Island Schooner Alice Kimball,
Macev. from Honolulu, mdse.
Island Schooner Golden Gate, Mac
ev. from Honolulu, mdse.
Island Schooner Blanche n,ud Ella,
from Huelo, ballast
S. S. Mokolii, from Honolulu, mdse.
Apr. 27, Am. Bktne. .J. L. Evis
ton, Ramsclius, 02 days from New
Apr. 27 S. S. Centennial, Anderson,
1 day from Honolulu.
May 1, Is. Sch. Alice Kimball",
Maev, from Honolulu.
May 1, S. S. Mokolii, Napala, 2
days from Honolulu.
May 1, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
May 2. Is. Sch. Blanche & Ella,
2 days from Huelo,
May 3. Is. Sch. Golden Gate,
Macy, 3 dnys from Honolulu,
Apr. 27, Am. Schr. Lyman D. Fos
tcr, Killman, for Port Townsend
May 1, S.- S. Centennial, Anderson,
for S. K. with 27,000 bags sugar.
May '2, S. S. Claudine, Parker, for
May 4, Am. Brig Lurlinc, Shaubc,
for S. F. with 8,000 bags sugar and
May -1, 3. S. Mokolii, Napala, for
May 4, Is. Sch. Alice Kimball,
Macy, for Honolulu
May 4, Is. Sch. Golden Gate,'
Macy, for Honolulu.
Ma-v 4. Isl. Sch. Blanche & Ella,
Am. Ship Emily Whitney, from S.
F., general mdse.
Honolulu Postoff Ice Time Table.
DATE NAME MOM
Apn 2 Ventura .Colonies
2 Sonoma San Francisco
2 China Yokohama
l Gaelic San Francisco
! Doric Yokohama
10 Aorungi Colonics
'' ltt Mariposa San Fraccisco
" 13 Miowera Victoritu B. C.
115 Hongkong Maru S. F.
18 Nippon Maru Yokohatnn
" 23 Ventura San Francisco
' 23 Sierra ...Colonies
" 24 China -San Francisco
Ventura San Francisco
China San Francisco
t)oric San Francisco
Aorangi ..Victoria, B. C.I
Hongkong Maru. . Yokohama
Mariposa San Francisco
Nippon Mafu...San Francisco
sjerra ; San BraMbisco
Oh'uKi,,,..,.,,.., . Yokohama
Bailey's Honolulu Cyclery Co.,
$25, $40, $50
Thfi "Milwfiukon Put put Piuipturo Prnnf TirnK. Rnln Atrnnnv
and only place where the guarantee
alley's Honolulu Cyclery, Ltd.
For the Morgan & A7rig;rif Hack Tires.
THE AUTHORITIES ON MODERN SCIENCE HAVE
THE BEST FOR
MOUTH AND TEETH
H. HACKFBLD & CO.. Ltd.
5OLE AGENTS FOR THE
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Merchant Street, between Fort and Alakea Streets.
BENOIT & GONSALVES
Having estabJihsd a ha.Msss,- saiJii ail shop
shop with competent woi'knien, we solicit a sharo o?
Maui p ttronage. Give Honie Industry a iajr chance.
on those tires can be lilled is nt:
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on Whe Is
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