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the Republic of Hawaii,
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SURPLUS & UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,564.94
Chas. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
0. II. .Cooko Cashier
F. C. Atlierton. . . .Assistant Cashier
Directors Henry Wntcrhouse,
Tom May, F. AV. Macfarlanc, E. D.
-Tcmiy, J. A, McCandless.
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Steel Strike Conipi'ouiiscln Sight.
New York, Aug. 28. A special to
the Tribune from Wheeling, W. Va.,
A man connected with tholdcra
tion of Labor and an official in ono of
tho strongest unions federated with
that body, said that there had been
live conferences between representa
tives of the Federation and tho Steel
Corporation. Tho first confcrcnco
between tho steel peoplo and the
Federation's representatives was
hold in Indianapolis. Another confer
once was held in Cleveland, another
in New York and another in Pitts
burg. Finally, ho says, a plan of
setucmcnt was reached winch was
satisfactory to tho steel people, tho
Federation's representatives and the
Amalgamated Association. This prop
osition, ho says, is now being voted
on by tho lodges of tho Amalgamated
Association. It is n compromiso and
ives tho Amalgamated Association
i slight advantage over what, tho
steel last offered, the union getting
a showing in mills that have unionized
inco the strike began.
Turkey Will Fight.
CONSTANTINO', Allg. 27. TllC
French flag was hauled down from
over the Lmbassy of Franco after
the departure of the Embassador, M.
Constans, and it will not bo hoisted
again until diplomatic relations arc
restored. Tho staff of tho Embassy
remains hero but there is no charge
d'affaires. The French Counsuls in
Turkey have been directed to con
tinuo to protect French interests.
Vienna, Aug. 23. Tho Tageblatt
today publishes mail correspondence
from Constantinople winch says tho
Sultan will go to war rathei than
yield to unreasonable demands; that
he is studying plans for dofonso and
ordered 300 guns from Germany.
WASiiiNOTON, Aug. 27, It is fear"
cd in official circles here that tho with
drawal of tho French Embassador
from -Constantinople marks tho dis
solution of the concert of European
Powers under which tho integrity of
Turkey was guaranteed, By the
treaty of Berlin all tho great Powers
of Europe subscribed to an agree
ment to refrain from any act that
would tend to the destruction of tho
Ottoman empire. This action was
taken to forestall what wero conceiv
ed to be the designs fo Russia to seize
on Turkish territory, and Russia
herself was led to subscribe to the
agreement by forco of circumstances.
Wnr Clouds Passing.-.
Washington, Aug. 27. Official
mail advices received at the Colom
bian Legation here todav tend to
show, it is stated, that tho chances
of war between Colombia and Vene
zuela grow more distant every dav.
Tho mail coutained information to
tho effect that both tho Nicaraguan
and Ecuadoran irovornmonts have
given the Colombian Government tho
fullest assurances that they will re
main strictly noutral with regard to
the strained relations between Col
ombia and Venezuela.
Chinese Treaty lUnsigned
Peking, August 25. Delay of tho
Chinese plenipotentiaries in signing
the protocol is causing somo uneasi
ness in the foreign community, horo,
although the ministers of the powers
do not think that China intends to
defy tho powers by ultimately refus
mg to sign. Indeed they believe
China is anxious to wind' up the
Yacht Race Gossip.
London, August 24. It is too
early for Loudon to enthuso much
over tho American Cup race, but
there is a growing belief that Sir
Thomas Lipton's chances aro good
A commissioner representing r
number of sporting clubs, has sailed
for Now York, carrying 510,000 of
Ovster Bay, August 22. The Col
umbia gave the Constitution a good
sound beating today twice around
the Sewanhaka triangular course,
On corrected time, the old boat wou
by two minutes and 57 seconds, and
on elapsed time, by one minuto 19
seconds. But tho figures do not re
present tho decisiveness of tho Col-
umbia's victory; for a matter of fact,
she beat the new boat twice,
New York, August 21. Profes
sional betting men are begiunmg to
show a keen interest in tbo coming
international yacht raco, and somo
men, who aro well known in tho sport
ing world, are inclined to glvejth'e long
Victoria, B. C, August 18. Tho
steamer Islander, thecirack Alaskan
vessel, was wrecked last Thursday
at 2 o'clock in tho morning by-strik
ing an iceberg on Douglas island.
Sixty-five persons wero drowned.
An extra edition of tho Juneau Dis
"Tho word reached Tread well at-
8:'M a. m. by a party of passengers.
headed by tho chief engineer, who
walked up tho bcaoii, a distance of
twenty-fivo miles, to appeal to tho
city for hoi p. The Trcadwell steam
er Lucy n nd the Juncaul steamer
Flossie promptly responded. Tho
Flossie arrived in from tho scene of
tho wrack at 12 o'clock with her flag
at half-mast and six dead bodies on
tho board, and the passengers.
"The description of the disaster by
thefeurvlvors is heartrending, and
those who livo to toll tho story aro
each aud every one heroes and wor
thy of boing called men aud women.
The Islander struck an iccberg,and
so severe was the shock that every
door was jammed fast in tho state
rooms, and tho ill-fated passengors,
numbering lo7,nnd a crow of seventy
ono were forced to break through the
windows to reach tho deck.
San Francisco, August 20. Tho
gQod limo of sixty-four days wrts
made on ihc trip from Now York to
this port by tho Californian, the
pioneer of tho American-Hawaiian
Steamship Company's lines. Cap
tain Lyons reports that tho Califor
man's trip from New York was pleas
ant and uneventful, except for three
days. of very rough weather, after
passing Cap'i Pillar into tho Pacific,
Tho Oregonmn,a sister ship, is now
in port discharging. a cargo of New
Captain Kahalehili of tho schooner
Kauikeouli reports having seen tho
remarkable meteor which passed
through tho heavens last Sunday
morning. His vessel was lying at
Paauilo and about 4 o'clock tho skip
per saw tho meteor rise out of the
sky from tho cast side of Maui. The
meteor took' a southeasterly course
and nassecl over Hilo. The path of
tho meteor was visiblo for full five
minutes, the captain asserts, and re
scmblcd a vast search light.
Vessels in Port Kahului
Am. Ship St. David, Pearson, from
Am. Ship Emily F. Whitney, Brig-
man, Jrom Honolulu, sugar ballast.
Am. Sch. S. T. Alexander, Jacob
son, from S. F., gen'l mdse.
Aug. 20. St. David, Pearson, 38
days from Newcastle, 2;210 tons coal,
Sept. 2. Emily F. Witney. Brig-
man, l uay from Honolulu, sugar
Sept. 4. S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Sept. 5. Am. Sch. S. T. Aloxan
der, Jacob-sou, 19 days from S. F.
Sept. 7.' S. S. Claudino, Parker
Sept. 4. S. S. Claudino, Parker
Sept. 7. S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Sept. 7. Am. Sch. Emily F. Whit
ney, Brigman, for S. F. bags
Oceanic Time Table.
date name from
3 Gaelic ft. 1
G Doric Yokohama
7 Alameda. . , S. F
11 Hongkong Mnru S. F
13 Nippon Maru. . . . Yokohama
17 Sierra , .Sydney
18 Ventura S. F,
19 China S. F.
21 Peru Yokohama
27 Doric S. I
28 Alameda S. F,
28 Miowcra Victoria
3 Gaelic Yokohama
G Doric S, F,
11 Alameda S. F,
" 11 Hongkong Mnru,. Yokohama
" 13 Nippon Maru.. S. F,
" 17 Sierra....; S. F,
" 18 Ventura. Sydney
" 19 China Yokohama
21 Peru; ...S.F,
" 25 Aorangi. . . '. , Victoria
" 27 Doric. r.... Yokohama
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