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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, JULY 27, IMS
The Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.,
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Loans, Discount and Overdraft $4 680,793.26
Bank Premiies, Honolulu no 101 67
Bank Premiaea, Lihue Bran, h lzjooojou
Customers Liabilities under Letters of Credit 1112,1147.53
... . . ............. .... 4,116.57
Cash and Due from Banki. ....................... ....11. 2,293,H25.67
Capital. Paid Up L $ 000,000.00
Undivided Profits 117,781.4!)
I'ension Fund . 4:lo7!!75
Letters of Credit Outstanding """""III"'!!!!"!!""""! W2M7.M
Reserved for Interest 1" 000 00
Dividends Uncalled for ' l'iso'00
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Territory ot Hawaii. Citv and f"nim nf ftnnnlnln ma
I, F. B. Damon. Cashier, being first duly sworn, do solemnly awe
above is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
F. B. DAMON, Cashier.
, , L. ABRAMS, Auditor.
ExamineKnd found correct: Geo. R. Carter, C. H. Atherton, F. W. Mac
far lane, Directors.
Subscribed and iworn to before me this 1st day of July 1915.
J. D. MARQUES,
Notary Public, Urst Judicial Circuit.
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The same Crisco tan be used to fry fish, onions, dough
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It's uuiform quality makes for uniform results.
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LATEST WIRELESS NEWS
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Honolulu C, S. Holloway, former superintendent
works, is dead of urenic poisoninR.
New lines of subsidized Chinese steamers are proposed
Gulf to the Orient.
Dead Mexicans Cremated
Laredo Bodies of Mexicans who were killed in battle
mated yesterday. It is estimated that 1,000 were killed
border last week.
Flcods Kill In Japan
Tokio Many persons are dead and countless homes
troyed as a result of the floods in Houkaido. There
damage to railways.
Russians Again Defeated
Berlin General von Buelow defeated the Russians ntar Sliavli
and successfully stormed th: fortresses at Rosan and Pultusl:; and
crossed the Narew river.
A Trawler Is Sunk
A trawler steamer, believed to have been the Russian, Rubonia,
has been sunk by a German submarine.
American Steamer Sunk
The American steamer Leelanaw, after carrying a cargo from the
United States and being chartered for a voya?e between ports of the
Allies, was sunk by a submarine off the Scottish coast. Crew reported
Questions arise whether attack is at variance with the demands
made by the American notes to Berlin.
British Steamer Likewise
The British ateamer Granjjewood, from Archangel for Havre, has
been sunk by a submarine in Die North Sea. Crew saved.
Germans Steadily Progress
German forces in the east are steadily progressing toward Warsaw.
Preparing For Winter
The Germans are prepariivj for a Winter campaign.
Case Cf The Leelanaw
Washington The general attitude of officialdom here is to await
particulars regarding the sinking of the Leelanaw before passing judgment.
It is admitted that the question is raised whether the case involves
strict accountability by Germany to the United States, tor the destruc
tion of the vessel.
The best informed view here, according to statements of officials,
is that the Leelanaw in entering the trade she is accused of doing dis
regarded the earlier note of the United States in the matter of the sink
ing of the Wm. P. Fry.
In the absence of details, officials hesitate to construct the sinking
of the Leelanaw as an act within the scope of warning made plain by
the last American note.
Honolulu Captain Piltz, of the cable vessel Flaurence Ward, died
here today of typhoid fever.
Monday, July 26.
Honolulu The Anti-Saloon League is asking Congress for prohi
bition for Hawaii,
long War In Uakland
San Francisco In a Tong outbreak among Chinese in Oakland
yesterday, four Celestials were killed. -
Blames federal Authorities
Chicago The chief of police blames the. Federal authorities for
the steamer Eastland tragedy for allowing the vessel to carry more
passengers than the low prescribes.. Nearly one thousand bodies have
Socialists Granted Recognition
Petrograd In order to solidify the nation in support of the gov
ernment and conduct the war, it is announced that Socialist members
of the Duma will be granted representation on the naval and military
committees in proportion to their numbers.
Situation At Warsaw
London The envelopment of Warsaw fromMhe north continues,
says Berlin. The defenses directly in front of Warsaw, to the west,
seem to be holding. The German left wing is sweeping down from
the north on the Russian line of communications in the rear. Unless
this is checked, Warsaw must be evacuated or the troops defending it
will be surrounded and cut off.
. Yessels Destroyed Yesterday
After a week of freedom from marine losses, the Allies lost seven
vessels in twelve hours, five of them trawlers, the British admiraltv
announces, one submarine, in combined attack hv aeroplaru and
bombardment by bombs in the north sea. The Bntssh steamer Firth
was sunk by-a toipedo, four of the crew being lost. One small French
steamer was also lost.
Red Cross To Quit
Washington American Red Cross nurses and doctors are to be
withdrawn from European battlefields after October 1 on account of
lack of funds.
Yaquis Kill On Sunday
C. W. SPITZ, Prop.
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La Pas Yaqui Indians yesterday killed sixteen Chinese mer
chants and two Mexicans.
Sunday, July 25
Honolulu Oahu took the first game of polo from Mau'r, 12 to 8.
Penalties Macfarlane, Dillingham and Fleming, foul. Final score, 11
to 7 1-2. . " .
The Eastland Wreck
Chicago 1 he secretary ot tne unicago rtteuinstnp company is
under arrest and is held for manslaughter in connection with the acci
dent to the steamer Eastland yesterday.
The death list may not be above one thousand. The accident was
due to the bunching ot the crowd to be photographed, and the faulty
constiuction of the vessel. '
No Strike Arbitration
New York The managers of the Standard Oil Works at Bayonne
have notified the strikers that since they violated their agreement with
the company there will be no arbitration of difficulties
More About Corizia
London It is reported that the Italians have reduced the fortifi
cations of the important city of Corizia, in Austria.
Vegetable Crop Confiscated
The Austrian government has issued an order confiscating the en
tire vegetable crop of the country to prevent speculation in the same.
Germany Fixes Prices
Berlin The Federal council yesterday posted an order fixing the
prices on all food which may be necessary to supply the people. Severe
penalties are fixed for violations of the schedule.
Situation In France
Paris Except before Spuchez. the relative situation alcru the
Franco-German front i s unchanged. At the point mentioned the
trenches are only a few yards apart and men have been fighting with
hand grenades, bayonets and knives.
Another Suspect Held
Cleveland An unidentified German has been ai rested here foi
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