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The Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws of
the Republic of Hawaii.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SURPLUS & UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,564.94
Chas. M. Cooko President
1'. C. Jones Vice-President
C. II. Cooke Cashier
F. C. Atlierton. . . .Assistant Cashier
Directors Henrv Watt rhouse,
Tom .May. V. V. Murfarh-.o. E. D.
Teiiny. .1. A MeCandlrss.
Solicits the Accounts of Firins,Cor
porutions, Trusts, Individuals, and
will promptly and carefully attend to
all business connected with bunking
entrusted to it. Sell and Purchase
Foreign Exchange, Issue Letters of
SAVINGS D BP A UTM E NT.
Ordinary and Term Deposits re
ceived and Interest allowed in ac
cordance with rules and conditions
printed in pass books, copies of
wlneu may be lind on application.
Judd Ruilding, Fort St., Honolulu '
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Main office and permanent address
tor. Oliapcl and liamihon bt.
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Canadian Australian Steamship
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Fort Street," Honolulu
STERLING and IYER JOHNSON
DELERS IN All kind of niorliiiS Goods
FOR THE MONEY.
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the American citizen
is SOLID THROUGHOUT,'
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Read The MAUI NEWS.
riio Republican party lias decided
petition Congress to pass an ena
bling Act whereby the four-year
Senators will bo appointed according
to the highest number of votes1 re
ceived during the lato cloction. The
Governor's action in refusing to
grant an extra session is also upheld
by a majority of the Republican
During a special session of tho
Governor's council of heads of de
partments, held last Saturday after
noon, Governor Dole made tho follow
"James II. Poyd, Superintendent
of Public Works, to succeed James
A. MjcCandloss, who failed of confirm
ation by the Hawaiian Senate, and
".William H. Wright, Treasurer of
tho Territory, to succeed Tlieo. F.
Lansing, who also failed of confirm
ation by the Hawaiian Senate.
The following is a complete list or
the bills which became laws at the
recoat session of the legislature. The
first twenty were signed by tho Gov
ernor, and tho last one was passed
over his veto:
Bills presented to Governor for
Bills signed. 21
Bills rejectod 7
Bills vetoed....- 1
Bills which wore approved by Gov
Act 1. To provide money for tho
purpose of defraying' tho expense of
the session of the Legislature of the
Territory of Hawaii for tho year 1901
from the public Treasury ($45,000).
Act 2. Relating to the criminal
jurisdiction of the district magis
trates, and amending section 1 of the
Act 40 of the laws of 189G, and sect
ion 2 of chapter LVII of the laws of
Act rf. ao provide, an emergency
fund to be used in repairing the dam
ages caused by the late storm
Act 4. To prevent the employ
ment of minors in places whoro iutox
icatmg liquors arc sold and to pre
vent minors from visiting such p.'aces.
Act 5. To provent tho unla wfni
wearing of the badge of the Grand
Army of the Republic. !
Act 0. To appropriate $3,500 for
tho use of tho Board of Education in
making a display at the Buffalo Ex.-
ivci i xo proviuo for nam
streets, roads and lanes in the
lrict of Honolulu, Island of Oahu'
Act 8. Providing for numbering
of buildings in' the district of Hono
lulu, Island of Oahu.
Act f). To provide for the exemp
tion of certain personal property
from judgment, execution, distress
and foroed salo and repealing an Act
entitled "An Act to facilitate tho
recovery of rents." passod on tho
10th of January, 18G5, and all other
laws in conflict with this Act.
Act 10. Relating to tho appoint-
uuiibui uaum lor certain courts in
tho Territory of Hawaii and defining
the duties and powers of sucli bailiffs
and fixing the amount of their com
pensation and providing for tho pay
mcnt of such compensation.
Act 11. Relating to sale of alcoho
and amending section 15, and repeal
ing sections 10, 13 and 14 of Act 04
of tho Session Laws of 189G.
Act is. To amend soction 45 of
chapter LVII of the Session Laws of
1892 relating to causes of absence,
disqualification and vacancies in tbo
office of Circuit Judges. M
Act 13. Providing for the promul
gation of the laws.
Act 14. To ame.nd sectionl of Act
32 Of the laws nf Iflnfi. vn1n.linir.tn
Act 15. To provide for tho ascer
tainment and -paymcntfof ail claims
which may be made bv norsnns
whose property was destroyed bv
fire in tho year 1899 and 1900 under
orders of tho Board of Health.
ActlO. To define tho Territorial
Act 17. To protect laborers and
employes from oxportion.
Act 18. To repeal certain obso
Act 19. To amend section 30 of
chapter LVII of the Sossion Lawa
Act 20. To provido a tax on ia
Vetoed bill Passod ovor tho Gov-
ornor's veto. An Aot to amend son-
tion 814 of chapter 59 of tho Session
Laws of 1897 in regard to taxation
of female dogs.
Tne erratic Claudme le
lui for Honolulu at live oclock
There are altogether nine- decks in
tho big now steamer Celtic, and as
their arrangement in some way facil
litates the task of describing tho
vessel, the nanios may be given. They
ai'e; Lower orlop, orlop, lower, mid
dle, upper, bridge, upper-bridge,
boat, and sun decks. AVitli obvious
exceptions, they, are all real plated
decks and of full length.
The Army Transports range in
sizo from the Tngnlls of 1,147 tons,
and a carrying capacity of 2d officers
and men, up to Grant of 5,058 tons
and ,thc Sheridan of 5,073 tons, tho
former with accommodation for 08
officers and 1,830 men, and tho latter
accbmmodatlng 93 ollicprs and 1,81.1
men. Six of tho transports arc of
from 5,000 to 0,000 tons, these being
the Grant, Hancock, Logan, Meade,
Sheridan and Sherman; three, the
Crook, Sedgwick and tho Warren are
of between 4.000 and 5.000 tons
The unusual number of'disastcrs to
tramp steamships crossing tho At
lantic m ballast to the United States
ports during tho winter, involving
losses to the marine underwriters of
upwards of $2,000,000 in salvages
and other claims, have considerably
helped tho efforts of the seamen
friends in having established what is
known as the under load line rule.
This would mean the government
marking of a line on a ship's side,
which must bo submerged before she
is given a certificate of seaworthi
ness, the same as tho Plimsoll mark,
which prevents overloading of ves
Bailey's Honolulu Cyclery Co,
Vessels in Poi'tKaliulul
Am. S;i. Henrv Failing, Matthews
from N. Y.
Am. Bktne. J. L. Eviston, Ram
selius, fiom New Castle, coal.
Island Schooner Alice Kimball,
Macey, from Honolulu, mdse. -
Island Schooner Golden Gate, Mae
ey, from Honolulu, mdse. '
May 7, S. S.
May It, S. S.
May 9, Is. Sch. Golden
Macy, from Honolulu.
May 9, Is. Sch. Alice Kimball
Macy, from Honolulu.
May 7, S. S. Claudine, Parker, for
May 9, S. S. Mokolii, Napala, for
May 11, Is. Sch. Golden Gate
Macy, for Honolulu.
May 11, Is. Sch.- Alico Kimball
Macv. for Honolulu
May 11, S. S. Claudine, Parker
Am. Ship Emily Whitney, from S,
P., general mdse.
Honolulu Postofficc Time Table
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