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The Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws of
tho Republic of Hawaii.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SURPLUS & UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,564.94
Clihs. II. Cooko President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. II. Cooko.. jCdshici'
V. C. Atlicrton. . . .Assistant Cashier
Directors Henry 'Wntorliouso,
Tom May, F. W. Macfarlanc, E. D.
'fenny, J. A. McCandless.
Solicits the Accounts of Firms, Cor
porations, Trusts, Individuals, and
will promptly and carefully attend to
nil business connected with banking
entrusted to it. Sell and Purchaso
Foreign Exchange, Issuo Letters of
Ordinary and Term Deposits re
ceived and Interest allowed in ac
cordance with rules and conditions
printed in pass books, copies of
which may bo lmd on application.
Judd Building, Fort St.', Honolulu
Telegrams to all Points oi
Hawaii, Lanai and 'Oahu
can now be forwarded by
Twenty cents per word
$2.00 per message
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ieo II Davis d Co
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Canadian Australian Steamship
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the American citizen
is SOLSD THROUGHOUT.
It is made of
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Kouncl, P. G., O. G. & Bead Stops
Astragals, Base and Band mould
ing Wainscoting, Caps, Cornices,
Casings, Frames, (windows and
door), Stuir and Porch Kails,
Etc. ' Etc.
;'S & ti urns
all sizes and styles
Nor'West Lumber - Surfaced
Redwood Lumber -Surfaced
Cedar, Spruce, Asli, Oak
KAHULUI PAILROAD CO
Two GOO Gallon Tanks, (wood), with
Substantially built of Douglas Fir;
Ono Second Hand LocomotivcJBoilei'
Can be seen at
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You can now have your
Sofas, Chairs, etc., " (
neatly Upholstered at my
Upholstering Shop, in reaj
of office, formerly occupied
by Dr. Woddick, Main St.
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perience. Prompt attention
to country orders by Diail
D. L. MEYER.
Large Stock of
Canned Goods & Fruits.
MARKET ST " WAILUKU
Fresh Ice Cream
ovory day at 10, A. M.
Manila j- cigars
Fresh California fruits
Candies' Nuts, Canned Fruits &
Hollister Drug Coo
HONOLULU, II. T.
This name on a Package
of Drugs or Medicine is a
guarantee of the. SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
All first class stores handle
The Steel Strike.
PiTTsnuito, Aujj. 31. Lato tonight
tho indications aro that tho great
steel strike will bo ended next week.
It is probable that tho shiko will bo
declared oft", tho men returning to
work, and then a final settlement of
all Questions at issuo will be made-at
a conforcuco between the Amalga
mated ofllcials aud tho steel trust.
,'rhis program i3 tho result of a long-
distanco telophono confcrcuco be
tween President Schwab and Simon
Uurns, president of the Window
Humphreys nt Washington.
Washington, Aug. HO. Judgo
Humphreys of Honolulu called at the
Department of Justice today "and had
an interview With Attorney General
Knox. Tho Attorney General has
arranged for hearing of tho charges
against Judge Humphreys to bo held
next Monday or Tuesday. Judg
Humphreys will bo present as will
also be Frederick W. Hankey, who
represents those members of tho
Honolulu bar who arc antagonistic
to the Judge. At tho conclusion of
tho hearing the Attorney General
will take tho caso under advisement
and reuderlhis conclusions soon there
after to the President.
Lnwton's Portrait On Stamps.
Washington, Aug. 31. Tho War
Denartinent has been informed that
Hie postal authorities have decided
to place a portrait of General II. W
Lawlon. who lost his life at San
Mateo, in tho Philippines, on one of
the new isue of postage stamps.
To Greet the Cznr.
Pakir, August 31. As the day set
for tho arrival of tho Czar in Franco
approaches interest in his majesty's
visit is quickening. The nowspapers
arc devoting columns daily to tho va
rious arrangements under way. The
official program of tho fetes is still
unpublished but it is now known that
the Czar will reach Dunkirk during
the morning of September 18th.
Spokane, Wash., August 31. Al
reports show that tho wreck on the
Great Northern, forty miles cast of
Kalisnell. Mont., was tho worst in
tho road's history, aud one of the
most ncroniziwr in tho annals of
American railroading. , Thirty-four
lives were lost and ten persons weiv
injured. .Three of tho ii.jurcd will
surely die, aud tho others wcro sc
riously hurt. By strenuous efforts fif
teen of tho bodies wcro taken from
tho wrecked cars. All the other
victims wero cremated, including
Supt. P. L. Downs and his son, T,
Joaquin Miller Wealthy.
Richmond, Int.., August 31. Joa
quin Miller, popularly known as tho
"Poet of tho Sierras," today notified
relatives in this city of his good for
tuho in tho Texas oil fields. A short
time before tho King gusher was
drilled at Beaumont, Mr. Miller went
to Texas and bought 701) acres o
laud near that Aty. His object was
to convert it into a ranch, and ho
was engaged in that when tho oil
boom came. Tho land cost him 10
an acre and ho has refused $100,000
for it and is holding it for a higher
Hawaii Militia Gets 05,000.
Washington, Aug. ol. lho ap
portionment of tho militia appropia
tion to tho several states and terri'
tories includes tho following: Call
fornia, ?19,117; Idaho, $(5,372; Mon
tana, $0,372; Nevada, ?G,327j Ore
gou, SS.-iOG; Utah, $0,371; Wyoming
$7,372; Arizona, $;.)G3: Hawaii
No' Place for the Leper.
St. Lotus, Aug. 29. Surgeon Gen
eral Wvman has notified Health Com
missioner StarklolT of this city that
Dong Gong, tho Chineso laundryman
who was discovered hero sufferin
with leprosy, cannot bo sent to th
leper sottlemeut at Molokai, Hawai
ian Islands. At a last resort Dr
Starkloff intends to lay the caso be
foro tho Governor of Louisiana, and
ask that Dong Gong be received at
tho leper settlement of that State.
Sampson a Sick Man.
Lake Sunapei:. N. II., Aug 31.
Unless all signs fail Admiral William
T. Sampson has gono through his
last campaign. Those who have seen
him in tho last week say that he will
never bo able to appear beforo tho
coming court of inquiry in Washing
The S. S. Orcgonian reached Ho
nolulu from San Franciso on Tuesday
afternoon just as tho Clnudine was
caving. Sho will reach Kahului with
freight in a few days.
Clark & Henry of Stockton, Cali
fornia, who secured tho contract to
redge. out the channel at Pearl Har
bor, aro arranging for tho shipment
of material to the Islands m connec
tion with tho work.
Tho Pacific Mail steamer City of
Para, just out of dry dock at Hunter's
Point, will go to Port Los Angeles to
take aboard a party of several Inju
red Porto Rican laborers for tho Ha
waiian plantations, says tho Chroni
cle, September 1. Tho Colon, of tho
samo line, has been engaged in carry
ing Porto Ricans to tho Islands, hu'
will go back to the .ranama route.
The largest fleet of deep wafer
essels to clear from San Francisco
since the strike began, was on Aug
ust 31. Tho vessels wcro tho Maripo
sa, for Honolulu; City of Para, for
Port Los Angeles, to carry Porto
Rioalis to Hawaii; tho steamer Orc
gonian, for New York, via Honloulu,
with general merchandise from San
Francisco, and sugar from the Ha
Tho Alico Kimball is expected in
Kahului harbor shortly. While in Hon
olulu she has been on tho marine rail
way and also before the Fedoral
Court. The case in court was com
promised, Divilbiss desposing of Ins
interest to Messrs. Scott aud Taylor.
Tuesday's Semi-Weekly Star givrs
tho following account of the pUikin.
Deputy United States Marshal K
R. Hendry on ye'sterday seized tho
schooner Alico Kimball' on proceed
ings brought by Tom Fitch in Ivhalf
of Charles Divilbiss, who claims that
T. Taylor rind W. G. Scott, the
present supposed owners, defrauded
him out of a half interest in Ihe ves
sels, by a fraudulent salo at Kahului.
After tho Alice Kimball was wreHa d
at Kahului she was bought by Divil
biss and Scott, it is claimed for $125,'
and proceeded to try and save her
They spent $340 each, finally got hor
afloat. Divilbiss says that it was a
greed that each owned half tho vos'
sel and that tho tdtal was S2 500,
In July tho half owner Scott proceed'
ed to sell tho whole vossol to Taylor,
says tho libellant, contriving to qheat
and defraud Divilbiss out of his haU
of tho vessel. Taylor is now prepar
ing to livo Honolulu with tho vessel,
with intent to defraud Divilbiss of his
rights, as tho latter, and ho asks
tho court to order the vessel sold and
tho proceeds divided according to
Vessels in Port Kahului
Am. Ship St. David, Pearson, from
Newcastle, coal. r
Am. Sch. S. T. Alexander, Jacob
son, from b. a. gen i muse.
Sent. 11. Isl. Schooner Waialua
Sept. 11. S. S. Claudine, Parkor
Sept. 14. S. S. Claudine, Parkon
Sept. 11. S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Sept. 14. S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Oceanic Time Table
Gaelic .S. F,
Doric . .Yokohama
7 Alameda S. F
11 Hongkong Maru S. 1;
13 Nippon Maru. . , . Yokohama
17 Sierra r Sydney
18 Ventura S. F,
It) China S. F,
21 Peru .Yokohama
27 Doric S. F
28 Alameda S.
28 Miowera Victoria
3 Gaelic .i Yokohama
G Doric.. S. I
11 Alameda S. F,
11 Hongkong Maru. .Yokohama
13 Nippon Maru S,
17 Sierra S. V
18 Ventura Sydne,
It) Chiua Yokohama
21 Peru S
25 Aorangi Victoria
.27 Doric Yokohama
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