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THE GARDEN-ISLAND TUESDAY, AUGUST 3. 1915
The Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.,
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
STATEMENT OF CONDITION AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS.JUNE301913
Loans, Discounts and Overdrafts $4 (S80.793.26
Uo.V : 1,371,630.42
rKank rretuiseg, Honolulu 170,101.6"
Hank iTeniigff, I ilme Branch III".!!!!" 12oOo!oO
usiomers laauintie tinder letters of Credit 192,947.53
Other Asw-tg , 4,110.57
Lash and Duo from Ifuiikg 2,293,825.07
Capital, Pai.l Up $ 000,000.00
i,"rV-'V,--; v.- 600,000.00
I nuiviucd Profit 117 ysi 40
l'tMiHion Fund ' " 43 070 75
letter of Credit Ontstatidiiitf " 92 !M7!53
i , . . . ' 1 i.ir inierevt 12,000.00
nividenclH Uneulled for . 1 18(1 00
Tff'-'tn'-V ot Hawaii, City and County of Honolulu, an.
I, 1'. B. Damon, CaMiier, lieinx flint duly worn, do solemnly swear tlint the
ulxive if true to the liest of my knowledge and IxOief.
F. It. DAMOX, Canhier.
. , , , L. A PR AMS, Auditor,
fcxnmined and foun.l cormt: O.-n. R. Carter, C. H. Atherton, F.W.Mac
fiirliine, Director. .
.Snhscrilwd and iworn to before me tliU 1st day of July 1915.
. D. MARQUES,
Notary Public, Hvt Judicial Circuit.
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The Withdrawal Of Russians
London The fall of Warsaw will not give the Teutons anv Slav
The Russian commanders are conducting the withdrawal with
such consummate skill that the Grand Duke may save his forces intact.
Determined resistence from the northeast and southwest is being
made while the troops in great salient, with Warsaw as the apex, are
Von Hindenberg, in the north, has been staggered by a series of
unexpected attacks, which have effectually prevented him throwing
more men across the Narew, checking the progress of his enveloping
Russia Calm In Trial
Petr :grad Russia is calm in this great hour of trial. The sustain
ing feature of the first session of the Duma was a declaration by the
Premier that when peace is concluded Russia will grant the Poles tneir
Conditions In Germany
Berlin At the end of the first year of the war Germany has plen
ty of foodstuffs, declares the head of the Imperial Treasury plenty of
money; plenty of everything. Financi illy the empire is prepared to
carry on the war in definitely. Bank deposits aie higher than at the
outbreak of hostilities.
General Angeles A Hero
Nogales General Angeles, setting foot on Mexican soil for the
first time since his return from Washinuton, was proclaimed a hero
Britons In India Registered
Calcutta All Britons between the ages of 18 and 55 are register
ing in accordance with a new law to prepare for military training.
Three Americans Killed
Queenstown The list of casualties aboard the Leyland liner Ibe
tian, torpedoed Saturday by a submjirine in the Irish sea, shows tliree
Americans killed and three wounded.' The Iberian was summoned to
halt and refused.
Fighting Resumed In Alsace
Paris The Germans have brought up reinforcements in upper
Alsace and have renewed with violence attacks in efforts to regain lost
positions. They appear to have an inexhaustible supply of ammuni
tion, snd shelling of the advanced positions of the French has been
terrific, apparently regardless of cost;
French Marines In Haiti
Washington Fiench marines have been landed at Port An Prince,
Haiti, with the consent ot the United States. Their presence will aid
American Admiral Caperton in preventing another revolutionary out
break. Militia For A Strike
Syracuse Three companies of militia have been ordered mnssed
where employees of an aluminum factor are on strike and disorders
have broken out. Shots were exchanged between deputies and strikers
yesterday, one of the latttr being killed.
Will Abandon Trieste
London Trieste will be abandoned by the Austriars to the Itali
ans. The success ot the Latins in Gorzia has forced the Teuton allies
to withdraw from that stronghold which means the surrender of
Trieste to the forces of King Emanuel
The situation of the Austtians at Ttieste is strikingly similar to
that of the Russians at Warsaw.
The great Austrian naval base at Pola, on the Adriatic, will also
fall into the hands of the invaders when Ttieste is occupied.
Sunday, August I
Honolulu After a funeral feast last night, an employee of the
road department, living near the slaughter house in Kalihi, shot and
killed his wife and then tried suicide but failed.
Japanese Buy Kona Railroad
A Japanese syndicate has purchased the Kona Development and
the Kona Railroad companies' properties for $300,000.
Oaha Defeats The Army
In the polo contest yesterday afternoon the Oahu team defeated
the army 13 to 4 3-4.
Stevens Again Breaks Loose
O. A. Stevens, the auctioneer, is addressing Fillipinos on the
plantations and securing their signatures in a book, but further than
saving that he is a friend of the race, lie will not tell why he is doing
it. He calls it missionary work and says it is his business.
Retreat Of The Russians
London The Russin army in the side of Poland is still in a
precarious position, with the Austro Germans tiying to cut off their
first line. The '.loops of the Grand Duke are retreating along the
whole trout to a new line just within the Russian Ixmlir.
Hard fightii.g is in progress as the SI ivs dtaw buck, the tear
guards offering stubborn resistance at every point against von Hinden
Other routes remain open to the RusMans and it is considered that
is long a.j von llindenierg is prevailed iroui crossing the Mux river
trom the northeast, thus securing either the raiinvnl to Hielos'ol; or
the main railroad to Brest-Litovsk, the Grand Duke s.ill has a chance
of saving his entire army.
The German commander is driving his men ui masses against the
Slav trenches and his determination to smash a rond through in order
to cut off the retreat of the Russians from Waisiw is costing t lie lier
mans heavily in killed and wounded.
It is expected that several days wnl be requ.red before the Rn
sian army has accomplished its re'.ireme'it in safety, or some subst.m
tial section of it is surrounded bv the enemy.
Vague News, Is This
San Antonio Zapata chased out ot the Mexican capita', bv Obre-
gon and brings up more food. Villa's forces checked and retired.
Coffin Plate For Becker
New York The plate prepared bv his friends to go on the coffin
of the late Lieutenant Becker reads: "Murdered bv Governor Whit
man, State of New York."
Sharp Fighting In France
ParisThere was slurp fighting yesterday at tuanv points along
the battle front, with violent artillerv exchanges.
British Launch Counter Attack
The Biitish have launched a vicious counter attack against the
trenches captured front them north of Arr ;s Friday by the German
through a surprise. The attack is being in l ie with (lame sprayer.-, but
the Germans aie clinging to the point gained.
Germans Raid Dunkirk
German aeroplanes raided Dunkirk yesterday and dropped a num
ber of bombs but the damage was insignificent
Munitions Factory Burned
London The Ardeer Munition Factory at Irvine, Scotland, was
destroyed yesterday by fire, One laborer killed.
Germans Appropriate Metal
Berlin The military authorities have appropriated all copper
brass and nickel in the kingdom for war purposes.
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