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can be hadiit tho office of the
Incorporated Under the Lava
the KemiuncoE .Hawaii..
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SURPLUS & UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,564.94.
Chn-s. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. B. Cooke Cashier
F. C. Atihcrt.on Assistant Cashier
Pirectors Henry Watcrhouso,
Tom :-layx If..W. Mucfarlane, E. I).
Tenny. .1. A. McCundtcss.
Solicits the Accounts of Firms,Cor
porn lions. Trusts, Individuals, and
will promptly and carefully attend to
all business connected with banking
entrusted to it. Sell and Purchase
foreign Exchange, Issuo Letter? of
Ordinary and Term Deposits i c-
ccived and Interest allowed in ac
cordance with rules and, conditions
printed" in pass books, copies of
which may be had on application.
Judd Iiuildmg, Fort bt.ionciuiu
FIFrEENTH ANNUAL MEETING.
At SprcckeV Park, Kahulul.
Thursday, JULY 4th, 1901,
We also have a complete audj up-jo-date
line of Job Type and ui-e pre
gared to do,
All v. ark executpd in a
When in need pf Printing
of any kind
SOLE AOr.NTS KOK
HEALY & BIGELOW.
Main office and permanent address
Cor. Chapel and Hanuhon bt.
Now Haven, Conn.
For sale by all
Leading Stores anil Druggists
Tb H. Davis it Go
For Northern Assurance Co.
panadian Australian Steamship
toTRaces to commence- at 10 o'clock
A. M. sharp.
Fivs,t BICYCLE RACE.
Halt Mile Dash, forAmateurg, first
prize $20, second prize $5, en
trance tea $2.50.
Second; RUNNING RACE.
Half Milo Dash, free for all Maui
bred Maidon horses, purse $50.
Third TROTTING AND PACING
Mile Heats.best 2 in 3, free for all,
H minute olass, purse $75.
Fourth :-RUNNING RACE.
Three Fourth mile dash, frco for
all Hawaii bred horses; purse, $50.
Fifth: RUNNING RACE.
One Fourth mile dash free for all
Maui bred ponies 14 hands and
under, to carry 100 lbs purse $25.
Sixth: TROTTING AND PACING
Best two in three, free for all
Maui maiden horses; purse, $50.
Seventh: PONY RUNNING RACE
Half miles dash, 14 hands and un
der, to carry 100 lbs.; purse $40.
Eighth: MULE RACE.
Half mile dash, catch weights;
Ninth: JAPANESE RACE,
Half mile dash, free for all, Japan
ese riders only; purse, $25.
Tenth FOOT RACE.
One hundred yards dash; purse $10.
All entries to close on Saturday,
Juno 2!), at 2 P. M., except the bicy
cle and foot races for which entries
will close 10 minutes before the race.
Tho commlttco appointed by the
House to inquire into tho status and
right of Henry E. Cooper to act as
govornor of the Territory mado a
report on Monday. Tho report
statod that the committee found his
position in doubt which could only bo
determined by the Supremo Court.
Governor Dole was requested to
cither resume tho executive function
or else resign or leave the territory
for a sufficient length of timo to al
low Secretary Coopor to quaify in
order that ho might approve the
The Houso on Monday afternoon
voted to appropriate funds for the
band, cutting the figures however.
Kappelmcister Bergcr's salary was
reduced to $200 por month, tho other
salaries remaining unchanged.
Tho salary of the city physicians
of Honolulu were reduced from $4,800
to $3,600. Tho salary .of tho physi
cian at AVaianac, Oahu, was reduced
from $1,200 to $0G0.
Emmeluth Introduced a resolution
to tho effect that the clerk of the
House be instructed to inquire into
tho physical condltiou of Governor
Bailey's Honolulu Cycler y Co.,
eiiainless $7 .00
FULLY GUAR IN TEED
Tho Milwaukee Patent Puncture Proof Tiros. Solo Agency
and only place whoro tho guaninteo on those tires can bo filled is tit:
ailey's Honolulu Cyciery, Ltd.
ailey's Hilo Cyclery
Forthe Morgan cfe lAi-ijO'lnt Haclc Tires.
THE AUTHORITIES ON MODERN SCIENCE HAVE fc
There were the wildest scenes of
this session in tho Senato Monday
afternoon. Among other little buns
thrown out to the news-hungry re
porters, the Ho was passed, Cecil
Brown defied tho Senato, Dr. Russcl
put on his war paint, the President
left his seat and seven Senators, in
cluding the President, walked out of
tho building. The sergeant-at arms
was sent to arrest them, but return
ed to tho Senate to report that he
could not find anything.
The racket came when tho majori
ty of tho military committee, Sena
tors Kanuha and Kahilina, submitted
its report on the military. The fol
lowing paragraph illustrates its
"For these reasons, Mr. President,
your committee thinks that tho best
interest of this community will be
served by loading the entire military
parapharhalia on a scow, have her
towed three mile from the shore and
tho stuff fed to the sharks of the sea,
THE BEST FOR
MOUTH AND TEETH
HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
sOLE AGENTS FOR THE HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
and. dispensing with military appro-
mijaaHiuaiiiu lu iiuiui juwi nviations. do awav with those on
tho Secretary before 12 o'clock noon flf,p.nSim, mirrhfc assist land sharks to
become our masters."
Panic Cycle k Mfe. Co.
fort Street, Honolulu
STERLING and 1YBR JOHNSON
DELCRS IN AlllclnJoS portln& Coods
on Friday, Juno, 281h, 1901. En
trance fee to be 10 per cent of the
purse unless otherwise specified.
All Races are to be run or trotted
under the rules of the Maui Racing
All Horses aro expected to start
unless withdrawn by 12 o'clock noon
on July 2nd, 1001.
General Admission 50 cents.
Grand Stand (extra). .$.50 & $1,00
Quarter Stretch Badges. . .$2.50
Bids for tho Refreshment Stand
privilege will be received by the Sec
rotary up to June 24th, at noon.
Per Order of Executive Committee
Secretary Maui Racing Association.
iRoad Wagons $100 & upwards!"
Top Buggies - $95 to $1001
$160 to -$2001
Vessels in PortKahului
f OR .THE MONEY.
The "Norwood" like
the American citizen
is SOLID THROUGHOUT,,
It is made of
SATIN CALF in La
Men's sizes ;ell for
Am. Ship Emily F. Whitney, Brig-
man from S. F. Gen'IMdse.
Am. Schr. S. T. Alexander, Ipsen,
from S. F.
Am. Schr. Transit, Paulsen, from
June 9th. Bktne Mary Winklcman,
Guttormken, 7 days from Kihei. Coal.
Juno 10th. Am. Schr. Transit,
Paulsen, 10 days from S., F. Mdse.
Juno 14th. S. S. Claudine, Parker,
June 11th. Am. Ship Henry Failing,
Matthews, for S. F. Ballast.
June 14th. Am. BHtne. Mary
Winkleman, Guttormsen, for S. F.
13300 sks. Sugar
Juno 4th. S. S. Claudine, Parker,
for Hana and Hawaii.
6IYE US A CALL
hLUNU I1L MIU LU. Lt d.
T I I
During tho progress of Kanuha's
speech he called Cecil Brown a liar,
in something he had said. Brown
resented this and demanded of the
chair that the Senator bo called to
order. Kanuha continued speaking.
He was interrupted by Cecil Brown
and Brown was called to order
Russol. He refused to sit dow
however, stood defiant and said he'd
be put out by force before he'd sit
down unless Kanuli was repri
manded. Then old Cam turned loose.
A half dozen Home Rulers shouted
in almost chorus "put him out."
Several other speeches were made
things- got warmer and ' warmer:
much of the warm wind came to be
directed against the President. Fi
nally Cecil Brown, Achl, Carter,
Paris, White and President Kalue
walked out of the chamber. Kalau
okalani took the chair. It was then
found that there were only seven
members presont, one less than a
quorum. Dr. Russol moved to have
the absentees arrested and' brought
back. The sergeant-at-arms was
sent out for this purpose but return
ed empty handed. So ended the days
Beckley moved that Maui be ap
propriated a sum of $2,000 for tho
Lahaina band. Hoogs moved that
Kaniho's glee club bo giveu $500, in
order to further their musical in
terests. The first motion was lost
by Akina's vote, Hoogs' motion
was not seconded.
Whether the position of entomolo
gist should be continued, caused
much talk. Kaniho was a doubting
Thomas. He did not known that
the position deserved being continued
$175 to $200
1 Two Seated Wagons
Brakes $35 to $75 1
IHarness - $15 & up per setg
iPacific Vehicle & Supply Co. Ltd
p. O. Box 760 Honolulu, H, TvP
This Space Reserved.
SOFA CUSHION COVERS.
For one month only at 25 cts, each, size 24 in. by 24
These covers sell fosv
75 cents in Honolulu
The S. S. Claudino will leave Kahu- Dickey said that the office should be
lui next week about Wednesday, Kunnorted. Ho reviewed the work
June 19th for Honolulu. 0r that olficer. and irave an interest
ing account of the benefits that had
date name fuom been derived from tho scientinc re-
..San Fraucisco searcbcs of this mcer-
Hoogs said that the otneerthogov-
22 Doric Yokohama
r Ventura San Francisco
25 Sierra Colonies
" 29 Hongkong Maru. S. F.
We make this offer for the month only
; And will send to any address in the Islands
Postage Paid, on receipt of 25 Cents
Juno 21 Gaelic Yokohama
" 22 Doric San Francisco
" 25 Ventura...... Colonics
5 Sierra San Francisco
ernment now had m Its employ was
worth his weight in gold. Ho told of
a coffee plantation in which ho was
interested, which had been attacked
by blight. Now the trees were
bearing, and in good condition. Had
it not been for the entomologist, the
place, Ilocgs said, would have beeu,
by this time, "mako loa." Tho
They come in twelve patterns
i m - m a in i rai bj i
salary was left at $4,000,
P. O. Box C21 HONOLULU, H. T,
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