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OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SURPLUS & UNDIVIDED PROFITS $l7l.564i
Clias. M. Cooke Pr&sidenl
C. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooke i Cashier
F. C. Athcrton. . .Assistant Cashier
Directors Henry WtUcrliousc,
Tom May, F. V. Mncfnrlnne, E. D.
Tniny. J. A. mcCuikUcss.
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ForHgn Exchange, Issue Letters of
Ci.dinaryand Term Deposits re
ceived and Interest allowed in ac
cordance with l'ulos and conditions
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which may be had on application,
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The conference com'm'lUetJ com
posed of members frbfti both houses
of tho legislature of tho Territory of
Hawaii' lias finished its labors and
submitted its report. Monday the
House of Representatives and the
Senate met and acted upon the same.
Thus the extra session of the legis
lature is drawing to a close. The
two bills of tho house having bcon
adopted by tho conference committee
during the afternoon session of each
house tho bills were adopted in both
benatc and House. There was a
bare quorum in tho upper house
during tho consideration of the
amended bills coming from tho con
ference committee. No decided ob
jection was raised against the. work
of the conference cbrflmitlo. The
lirst meeting of the committco was
callci at 9 o'clock, at which time
the report of the sub-committco on
enrollment and printing was read.
Mr. JSmmelulh presented tho report
which sliowed sixteen transfers and
revisions in tho salaries bill and eight
in the current expenditures bill.
The reported, with the exception of
the following, was adopted:
Tho items iu this bill transferred
from "Loan ' Appropriations" and
"Appropriations of fund of $799,000
etc.," as submitted by tho Governoi
in his message I o the first Legisla
ture of this Territory may be ro-iu
corporatcd in Loan Appropriations
should a Loan Act become law be
fore tho expiration of the .bionniul
uscai period lor wiueii these appro
priations are made iu that event.
the appropriations herein for items
so transferred shall lapso.
Lins recommendation was made as
a new section to bo inserted in the
Current Expenditures bill.
The second meeting of tho confer
ence committeo was held at 11
o'clock. Cecil Brown reported that
the Senate had adopted the House
recommendation in regard to tho
hospital for incurables, and that the
Senate had instructed the committee
to insert the item. On recommenda
tion the appropriation was ordered
inserted in tho bill.
The items were as follows
1.' United Ktatns Mrvrino TTnni
2. For the purchase of land for
sito for a hospital for incurables, $20,
Adjournment was then taken un
til 1:30 o'clock for tho purpose of al
lowing the sub-committee on enroll
mcnt and revision time to insert the
two items and the totals in the bills
Shortly after two o'clock tho spe
cial committeo on enrollment for the
conference -committee finished its la
bors, having introduced the items
relating to the hospital Tor incui'a
bles iu tho appropriation bill
Tho Senate devoted considerable
timo to discussing whether tho ap
propriation bills as adopted should
or should not be read in full.
Mr. Aclil was in somewhat of
hurry and declared that he was per
fectly willing to abide bv the doet
sion of the conference committee and
vote oil tho bill as it had been sent to
the upper house by tho committee,
Mr. Crabbe insisted that the bills
bo read. "I was not a member of
that conference committee", sn'd
Mr. Cra1)be. will not vote , for
any measure that I know nothing
about. I want the bill to be read in
Clerk Caypless took1 an extra, long
breath and pre'eeeded to wado into
tho mass of figures.' By vote the
translation was omitted.
Both Houses" will iujw await the
action of tho executiYp, : after which
final adjournment will be taken.
Following is the final report of the
j Hon. S. E. Kaiue, President of the
1 Sir: I havo tho honor to inform
you that at tho aftornoon-session of
the conference committee of tho
Senate and House on House Bills No.(
2 and 3 held this day the following
report of the sub-committeo on en
rollment and rovision was. adopted
and tho clerk was instructed to forth
with submit to your lionoratilo body
copies of tho two bills'" referred to.
w: H. CONJSY.
, ,Sec. Conference Committeo.
Hon. II.' P.' Baldwin, Chairman of
Jho Couferencp Committee.
Sir. You sub-committee cm revi
sion beg leavo to report- that tho
salaries and pay rolls appropriation
bill is complote and ready, to bo sub
mitted to tho House of Representa
tives tuid-Sonato, tho total appropri
ations thereunder amounting to $3,
523, 030.50 and $2,149,813.50. Grand
The act of Congress approved
March 2, 1901, abolishes on and af tot
July 1, 1901, taxes affecting the mer
cantile marine ownors of- masters of
csscls, seamen, etc., a's follows
Export bills of lading!'
Manifests for &ustom lious?o entry
or clearance of cargo;
Power of attorney;'
Express receipts (domestic froight
bills of lading remain taxable);
Policies of insurance, and pre
miuina charged for marine, in
land and iiro;
Certificate to acknowledgement of
bill of sale of a vessel;
Charter party of registered vessel;
Certificate of registry j
Certificate of enrollment;
Certificate of record of American
built vessel owned by aliens;
Mastor carpenterjs certificato;
Certificate of issuo of temporary
Certificato of ownership;
Certificate of surrender of docu
Certificate of payment of tonnage
United States bill of health;
Certificate to shipping articles, re
quired by section 4512, Revised
Certificate of damano by Port
Warden or Marine Surveyor;
Seamen's protection certificate;
Certificate of admeasurement, ap
Certificate as to wages and effects
Certlficaae of discharge;
Account of wages and effects.
Ono of the straightest course ever
taken by a vessel from San Francisco
was sleored bv tho R. P. Rithet on
her last trip down. No sooner had
Caotaiu Macphall left tho Golden
Gate than ho pointed the vessel
head for Maui, keeping on th
straight line until he was in the
channel and had, perforce, to chaug
his course to arrive of this port.
The Sierra will take up her iegu
lar run to tho Colonies after return
ing to San Frauci?cot sailing thence
for Honolulu, Rago Pago, Auckland
and Svdncv on Ausrust 1st. The
Mariposa will take tho local run
San Francisco to Honolulu and return
No advises havo as yet been received
concerning tho movements ol the
Vessels in Port--Kaliului
Bailey's Honolulu Cyclery Ca.,
Am. Bktne. Ruth, Petersen, from
Br. Bark. Autiouc. Murray, from
Ladysmith, B. C. Coal.
Am Bark. "W. B& Flint) Johnson
from S. F.
field, from Honolulu
July 17th,' S. S.
S S. Hawaiian, Ban-
D. SALAJJOKALANI, h
I Julv lGth. S. S. Hawaiian, Ban
lield, for Hilo, with 4023$ slcs. Sugar
- July 17th, S. S. Maui, Bennet, for
i July 20th, S. S. Maui, Bennet, for
Oceanic Time Table
Juno 29 Hongkong Mm u S,
Julv 2 Nippon Mam. ...Yokohana
" 3 Aoranci ..Svdu
G Miowera. ., Victoria
0 China S,
9 Poruv Yokohama
1G Doric... S
1G, Mariposa Sydney
19 Coptic Yokohama
21 Nippon Mam S.
2G Ameiica Maru. . . Yokoham
31 Moana i . , .Sydney
, 1 Peru , S.
3 City of Peking... -.Yokohama
.5 Aorangi. . . ( . .'.'.'...Victor
29 Hongkong" ifdru. Yokoham
2 Nippon Mar n..'. S.
rf Aorangi victoria
0 Miowora. . .Sydney
(5 China ..Yokoham
! Peru". S
10 Mariposa S. F.
21 Nippon Maru .
2(i America Maru, ......
31 Moana. Victo
1 -Peru-. . r . YokKtiamai
3 City.oreking 'y. F.
3 Aoramn! Sydney
$25, $40, $50
Cushion Frames, $6KL
tQOQ Chainless S7S.O0
Tho Milwaukee Patent Puncture Proof Tiros. Sole AcjeilcV
and only place wlioro tho guarantee on those tires can be filled is at:
ailey's Honolulu Gyclery, Ltd.
ailey's Hilo Cyclery
For tine Moi-gan' & lArigflnt Hack Tires.
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Top Buggies $95 to $100
supreys $160 to $20o
1 Phaetons $1T5 to $200
Itwo Seated Wagons $100
$35 to $T5?
$15 & up per set
1 Harness -
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SOFA CUSHION COVERS.
For one month only at 25 cfe each, size 24 in, by 24!
a These covers s'ili for.
75 cents in Honolulu
We make this' offer for the month only
And will send to any' address in the Islands'
Postage Paid, on receipt of 25 Cents
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