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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1917
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Bigclow Airs His Views
Toronto Poult noy Bigclow, the famous American author and travel
ler, addressing the Canadian Club last night, ridiculed American neu
trality and declared that America's benevolent neutrality was afflicted
with clammy palsy.
Japanese Appeals Against Law
San Francisco Ioho, a Japanese, has appealed to Ambassador Sato,
at Washington, to take steps against the enforcement of the Alien land
law which passed the State legislature yesterday.
Honolulu Saturday night the police captured the harbor pirates
Who have been stealing copper from the wharves. I hey had stolen from
piers 15 and 10 copper weighing as much as oOO pounds and valued at
several thousands of dollars. Special ollicers worked on the case three
British Advance Repulsed
Berlin The Biltish advanced today in three waves on German
positions but were repulsed with severe losses.
Germany has handed to American Ambassador Gerard her answer
in the case of the sinking of the British steamer Tresarrack.
The Rumanians in Galicia have attacked the Turks at Zillata Li pa,
but were repulsed.
It has been reported to the German admiralty that an Allied trans
port was.sunk in the Mediterranean on January 25. She was tilled with
troops and when torpedoed sunk in a few minutes.
The Earlqquakc In Malay
Details of the earthquake in Malav sav that a landslide caused bv
the seismic disturbance wiped out whole villages. Three hundred
Soon,. On Ration System
Anderson, n member of Parliament, speaking at Leicester, said it
was no secret that Great Britain would soon be on the ration system.
Prohibitionists To Help Gill
Seattle Prohibitionist leaders will help Mayor Gill in his fight
against the charges presented against him.
A Remarkable Case
Tacoma A railroad brakeman named Hewitt has been arrested
here on the charge of murdering his four children. His house was
destroyed bv fire and the children were dead inside, but the police
discovered that their heads had been crushed in. Mrs. Hewitt was
absent in Seattle. Domestic troubles presumably cause. Hewitt makes
Russians Attack Mackensen
New York On the Bukowina-Rumania front a Russian surprise
attack drove General Mackensen a distance of two miles over a wide
front, the Slavs capturing huge stores of munitions. The center of
the attack was in the neighborhood of Jacoheni.
Revenue Bui Progressing
Washington The revenue bill of Representative Kitclnn will be
rushed through the House not later than Wednesday.
Mexicans Object to Cleansing
El Paso Enforcement of health ragulations started a riot yester
day on the international bridge between El Paso and Juarez. Mexi
cans employed as house servants on the American side objected to
being fumigated before crossing the bridge, but they finally yielded.
Sunday, January 28.
London Havine gradually pushed the lines forward in many
places on the French front during the lull in fighting the British have
established a new line on the Sotnme in the neighborhood of Le Trans
ley so that they command portions of main German positions which
the Teutons must abandon without a fight or suffer severe losses to
retain a temporary hold. This is announced through official channels.
Another Mooney Witness
San Francisco Miss Sadie Edcan has identified Mooney in
bombing trial, corroborating the testimony of Wade, of Hawaii.
After King Allonso
Madrid A man was arrested here today and accussed of trying to
kill King Alfonso. Bars of lead were found on the track over which the
King's train had to pass, but they were not securely placed. The man
is a deserter from a Malaga regiment.
The British stunner Jervingten has been sunk.
Tell Of A Fight
Petrograd The Jaceleni battle yielded 80 ollicers and 1,000 men.
Once Big Estate Is Slim
Chicago Creditors of the Von Brantzina Estate, leading stock and
grain brokers, have filed a SlilOO claim. It is nllcgctHlmt liabilities of
the estate are $2,700,000 and -assets 81,700,000.
Fish Denies Charges
New York Sweeping denial to all the charges of Broker Lawson,
particularly as to the association of Treasurer McAdoo with irregularities,
were made today before the "leak" committee by Pliny Fish.
Rioting In Juarez
El Paso Rioting was resumed in Juarez across the border today, in
which Americans and Mexicans took part. Mexican cavalry dispersed
the mob. There is no street ear traffic.
At The Nation's Capital
Washington American Ambassador Gerard, at Berlin, has asked
for the second time if any Americans were on board the Yarrowdale.
President Wilson has vetoed the immigation bill.
Uneasiness In Mexico
San Antonio Foreigners are crowding from Mexico toward the
border, fearing outrages upon the withdrawal of the American troops.
Pershing's commands are reaching the border. Headquarters will
be established here.
El Paso The main body of Pershing's army is now '10 miles from
Mormon leaders in Mexico are urging their followers to leave the
Monday, January 29
London The British auxiliary cruiser Laurentic has been sunk
Iff the Irish coast, either by a mine or a torpedo. Twelve officers and
oOO men were saved.
BANK OF HAWAII, Limited
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
Statement of Condition
At Close of Business, December 30, 191G
RESOURCES l LIABILITIES
Loans, Discounts and
Bonds 1, 090.501. 215
Bank Premises, Lihuo 10,875.00
Under Letters of Credit 150.132.45
Other Assests 10,353.22
Cash and due from
Capital, Paid Up $ 000,000.00
Surplus and Undivided
Pension Fund 45,710.75
Letters of Credit Out
Reserved for Interest. 15,500.00
Deposits . 10,015,730.90
SI 1.070, 378 .89
Territory of Hawaii. "1
City and County of Honolulu J ss
I. A. LEWIS, Jr., Vice-President and Manager, beinc first dulv
sworn, do solemnly swear that the above is true to the best of my know
ledge and belief.
A. LEWIS, JR.,
Vice-President and Manager.
F. C. ATIIERTON,
J. A. McCANDLESS,
E. F. BISHOP,
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd day of January, 1917,
J. D. MARQUES,
Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit, T. II.
C. II. COOKE President
E. T. D. TENNY l Vice-President
A. LEWIS, JR Vice-President and Manager
F. B. DAMON cashie!
G. G. FULLER Assistant Cashier
R. McCOIUUSTON Assistant Cashier
E. B. CLARK Assistant Cashier
P. G. H. DEVER1LL Assistant Cashier
A. B. CLARK Assistant Cashier
FRANK CRAWFORD Cashier Lihuo Branch
A. ANDERSEN Cashier Waipahu Branch
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"wi' juvitivii, ljiu, .. Auditor
C. II. Cooke, President.
E. T. Tenney, President Castle & Cooke, Ltd.
A. Lewis, Jr., Vice-President and Manager.
C. II. Atherton, Treasurer Ewa Plantation Co., Ltd.
E. F. Bishop, President C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
F. W. Macfarlano.-Pres. Libby, McNeill & Libbv, Honolulu.
J. A. McCandless, Director of Oalm Sugar Co.
Geo. R. Carter, Director Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.
R. A. Cooke, President Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
F. B. Damon, Cashier.
F. C. Atherton, Director J. B. Atherton Estate, Ltd.
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You Will See
Pan-Pacific Day, Monday, Feb. 19
Landing of the Kings of the Carnival, at the foot of Fort
P'twiues representation of the arrival of natives
Pacific lands to attend the Carnival.
Pan Pacific Pageant, on principal streets of Honolulu, contain
ing 52 lloats portraying th'o history of Hawaii, vw a ninny
more showing the life and customs of other Pacific countries.
Pan-Pacific Luau, in Pan-Pacific Pavilion A native feast with
all the customary delicacies.
Ball of All Nations, in Palace Grounds- Folk dances of Pacific
countries and open air dancing for the Carnival crowds.
Hawaii Day, Tuesday, Feb. 20
Hawaiian Pageant, at Kapiolani Park A colorful performance
presented by (iO Haws liians depicting the romance of an an
cient prince of Hawaii.
A Night In Hawaii, at Bijou Theater A 3-part sketch, with
chorus singing and hulas of native Hawaiian.
Third Day, Wednesday Feb. 21
Hibiscus Show, in Pan-Pacific Pavilion An exhibition of se
lected blossoms from tho gardens of the island growers.
Band Concerts, in the Palace Grounds by Hawaiian and mili
Army And Navy Ball, in N. G. II. Armory An evening of
dancing to the music of two military bands. (Invitational.)
Washington's Birthday, Thursday, Feb. 22
Military Review, of all the U. S. troops stationed on Oalm, in
cluding artillery, cavalry and Infantry.
Swimming Meet, part 1, at Navy Slip, National championship
sprint contests between island and mainland swimmers.
Japanese Lantern Parade, Thousands of marchers and many
lloats with Oriental lights.
Masked Ball, in Armory A night of fun and dancing.
Fifth Day, Friday, Feb. 23
Children's Festival, on Oalm College campus Patriotic exer
cises by public school pupils, with a chorus of 1011 voices.
Directors' Ball, in Armory-The social event of Carnival week.
Sixth Day, Saturday, Feb. 24
Swimming Meet, part 2, Navy Slip Long Distance contests for
Water Pageant, An illuminated parade of water craft in Hono
lulu harbor, followed by a remarkable lo-ininute display of
Every Day for Six Days
Carnival Circus, at Aala park, with menagerie, freaks and elec
tric illusions, in 30 sideshows. Merry-go-round and dancing
on grounds. "The Fun Spot of the Carnival.",
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