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THE HAWAIIAN STAR WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1910.
SEVEN
The Successful
Man of Tomor;
row will be the
Man who Savs
Today
And tho best way to savo ia to
open a Savings Account de
positing each week or month
all the money not actually
needed for your living. It will
not take long for a comfortable
sum to accumulate.
One dollar opens an account
and Interest is paid at four and
one-half per cent per annum.
II. 1
Judd
Building, Fort
chant Sts.
and
Mor-
Capital and surplus 11,000,003
Claus Spreckels.
Wm. G. Irwin
BANKERS
HONOLULU T.
San Francisco Agents The Nevada
National Bank of San Francisco.
DRAW EXCHANGE ON
SAN FRANCISCO Tho Nevada Na
tional Bank of San Francisco.
LONDON Union of London & Smith's
Bank, Ltd.
NEW YORK American Exchange Na
tional Bank.
CHICAGO Corn Excnango National
Bank.
PARIS Credit Lyonnals.
BERLIN Dresdnor Bank.
HONGKONG AND YOKOHAMA The
Hongkong and Shanghai Banking
Corporation.
EW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA
Bank of New Zealand, and Bank of
Australasia.
VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER Bank
of British North America.
TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING
AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS.
Deposits Received, Loans Mads on
Approved Security, Commercial and
Travellers' Credits issued. Bills of Ex
change Bought and Sold.
COLLECTING PROMPTLY AC
COUNTED FOR.
ESTABLISHED IN 1830.
BISHOP & CO.
BANKERS
Commercial and Travellers
Letters of Credit Issued on the
Bank of California and The Lon
don Joint Stock Bank, Limited,
London.
'Correspondents tor the Amer
ican Express Company, and
Thos. Cook & Son.
Interest allowed ou term and
Savings Bank Deposits.
"he Yokohama Specie Bank Ltd.
OapiMi (Prlo Up) Yen 24,000 000
tiflse'rve fund Yen 15,910,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
' The bank buys ana receives for
collection bills, of exchange. Issues
Drafts and Letters of Credit, and
transacts a general hanking business.
The Bank receives Local deposits
and Head Office Deposits for fixed pe
riods. Local Deposits 325 and upwards for
one year at rate of 4 per annum.
Head Office Deposits Yen 25 and up
wards for one-half year, one year, two
years or three years at rate of 4
per annum. t
Particulars to he obtained on appli
cation. Honolulu Offlw 67 S. King Strset.
P. O. Box 168.
M. TOKIEDA, Manager.
C, BREWER & CO
LIM1TBO.
QUEEN STREET Honolulu, T. H.
AGENTS FOR
Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Ono
mea Sugar Company, Honomu Sugar
Company, Walluku Sugar Company,
Pepeekeo Sugar Co., Kapapala Ranch
Thomas Pineapple Co.
E. F. Bishop. ! President.
Goo. H. Robertson .V-Pres. & Mgr.
(, W. W. North Treaa & Secy.
George R Carter Auditor
P. C Jones Director
O. H. Cooko Director
J. R. Gait Director
R. A. Cooke Director
All of thM auova named constitute
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ARTHUR BALFOUR
MENTALLY COLLAPSED,
SAYS W. T. STEA
By William T. Stead in the Examiner.
LONDON, January 22. Apart from
.the result of the polling the most out
standing features of the general elec
tion has been the evidence It has af
forded of the t intellectual collapse or
Mr. Balfour. It is little short of a
national disaster.
In America one party remains In
power so many years in succession
that the party In office ceases to re
gard the maintenance of a high stan
dard of tho leaders of the other side
as a matter of national Importance.
But in Britain this is not so. It is
regarded as almost a normal rule that
every six or seven years the Govern
ment and the opposition must change
places. The leader of-the opposition
becomes prime minister with the des
tinies of the empire In his hands.
Hence it Is a matter only second in
importance to (the maintenance of
your own leaders in a high state of
efficiency to see to it that tho leaders
of the opposition are fit and proper
persons to be entrusted with the wel
fare of the realm.
Until this election We have fondly
believed that although the wit of the
leaders of the opposition Is miserably
second rate, wo had in Mr. Balfour a
statesman of the first rank.
FAITH IN BALFOUR SHATTERED.
That faith has been shattered by the
melancholy spectacle which he has af
forded us by his speeches during the
campaign. They have been lamentably
lacking in every respect. They have
shown neither courage nor eloquence.
They have shown an almost inton.
ceivablo Incapacity tp expound a defi
nite policy to explain his own position
or even to rouse his own followers to
enthusiasm. A distinguished publicist
who was lamenting this only too ob
vious fact today remarked that the
only explanation that ho could suggest
was that the constantly recurring at'
tacks of influenza, to which Mr. Bal
four is subject, had at last affected
injuriously the gray matter of his
brain.
Mr. Balfour has not faced a single
vital question. He has left the coun
try entirely In the dark aa to the pod-
Icy ho would pursue If he were re
turned to power. And on the one
serious danger which threatens Eng
land abroad he has spoken In such a
way as to Increase the menace with
out affording the nation any clear
guidance as to how he would strength
en it against its possible foes.
CRITICISM OF MINISTERS. '
Mr. Balfour's reference to a pos
sible war between Germany and Eng
land has excited tho liveliest feeling
of resentment and alarm In Germany,
feelings which might find disagreeable
vent if tho electors had made him once
more first minister of tho crown. Carp
ing criticism of minister who have
.faced the dissatisfaction of their most
active supporters in order to maintain
the supremacy of tho fleet, have been
relieved by no clear declaration of his
determination to support them If they
decided to adopt tho standard of two
keels to one.
he has repeated fantastical nonsense
about Germany being determined to
set a policy of tariff reform, and while
insisting upon tho need for ships he
actively supported the Lords In depriv-
ing the government of means to pay
for them. Such heedless rhetoric; such
unworthy recrimination! Such Inflam
matory alarmists are scandalous in '
a man who has been once and who
aspires to be again first minister of the
crown.
GERMANY NOT WORRYING.
The Germans are not worrying their
heads much about the English. They
keep on sawing wood. But they are
mightily worried concerning the Ame
rican tariff, and they are beginning to
it
OF
OVER THREE
LARGE
London, January 22. Great strides
are being made at Hrland & Wolff's
shipyards, Belfast, in the construction
of tho two White 'Star levlathanis
Olympic and Titanic, which are to sur
pass In tonnage and size the Maurita
nia and her sister ship, tho Lusltanla.
The Olympic will be ready for
launching In August and the Titanic
at ,the end of next year. The follow
ing are the dlmentlons of each vessel
compared with other gigantic Herns
Length
Tonnage. In Feet
Olympic 60,000
Titanic CO.000
Mauretania 31,933
Lusltanla 31,550
Adriatic 24,541
Baltic 23,876
810
S40
7C2
762
709
709
The new vessels are not to be built
for speed, but for the comfort nnd con
venience of passengers. Each ship
will be able to carry 5,000 persons, and
the crew of each will number 600.
There will be a swimming bath suf
ficiently deep to permit of diving, and
tho cabins are to have private shower
and slipper baths. Other features will
be a large gymnasium and playrooms,
decorated with panels representing
svW
be worried about Mr. Knox's proposal
to internationalize tho Manchurlan
Railway. There seems to be every
prospect of a severe tariff war be
tween Germany and the United States.
The German agrarians who pocketed
98 in Increased prices upon their agrl-
( cultural produce for each single dollar
levied upon American foodstuffs, refuse
absolutely to allow German manufac-
turers to purchase admission to the
American market by a reduction on
German duties on American meat. It
Is a very pretty quarrel, and if It
should lead to a prolonged tariff war
between the two protective countries,
free-trade England will find much
profit and many valuable lessons In
watching the strategy, which consists
In cutting off your nose to spite your
face.
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GOOD TASTE AND JUDGMENT
arc more essential to having a beautifully appointed table,
tban large expenditure. ,
Let us sho-v you unusual patterns in
Community Silver
It Has a distinct richness of appearance and charm of
design wbicb rival sterling.
It's more tban triple plate it costs but a trifle more
tban ordinary plated ware it lasts a life time.
W. W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
S3-S7 Kng Street.
iiw mutt
SIEAMEHS
TIMES AS
AS THE
fairy tales and popular fables. . An ex
tensive ballroom nnd a large skating
rink will be provided.
Tho principal dining room will s.iu
600. Another will bo a replica of ihe
Cheshire Cheese chophousc.
Gardens with cool avenues of Ori
ental palms are to occupy a prominent
position In these leviathans.
NEUKALGIA
Is an affliction of tho nerves, and
therefore yields readily to tho soothing
lniluonco of Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain PIUS.
They are absolutely harmless and drlvo
out tho pain by relieving the irritated
condition of the nerves. Guarauteed
to benefit cr money refunded. 25 doses
25 cents. Never sold in bulk.
SEALED TENDERS.
Sealed Tenders will bo received at
the offlco of tho Superintendent of
Public Works until 12 m. of February
15, 1910, for furnishing tho following
Pumping Stations with fuel oil; for
period from February 15, 1910 until
June 30, 1911.
Boretanla Street Pumping Station,
Kallhi Pumping Station, Kalmuki
Pumping Station, and Sewer Pumping
Station.
Oil to be delivered in quantities as
needed.
Intending bidders will state prlco of
oil per barrel, delivered..
Tno Superintendent of Public Work
reserves the right to reject any or all
bids.
MARSTON CAMPBELL,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department of Public Works,
Honolulu, January 26, 1910.
ADJOURNED ANNUAL MEETING.
Tho adjourned annual meeting of tho
Mutual Telephone Co., Ltd., will be
held at the office of tho company cor
ner Merchant and Alakea streets.
Thursday, February 10, at 2 p. m.
F. C. ATHEItTON,
Secretary.
MANCHURIA
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MODEST REQUEST.
"Poor little boy!" said the sympa
thetic stranger. "You should have
mittens and woolen stockings audi
Icy. weather as this. .lust see how
you are shivering I"
"P-ploase, sir," spoko up tho street
gamin, "If you'll lake mo down to
de corner drug sioro an' treat mo to
an Icecream soda, I'll stop shivering."
PALP'S.
Soft, Silky Hair
May bo possessed by anhy person
that will take tho trouaio to keep
the hair haetlhy and clean.
Pacheco's Dandruff Killer
t
will keep tho scalp freo from dand
ruff and promote a luxurious growth
of hair.
Sold by all druggists nnd at
checo's Barber Shop. Phono 232.
Pa-
Auto Fenders, $2.50 up. Will
Examine Gutters free of charge
also do Plumbing Work. Low
est Prices. Work Guaranteed.
JOHN MATTOS.
Telephone 657. 1175 Alakea St.
Flmerican sieam Lauaary
W. D. McINTYRE, Manager.
FIRST CLASS LAUNDRY WORK.
1382 Llllha Street, corner Vineyard.
HEW ARRIVALS IU SILK GOOD
Tor yoars our lint of 811k goads hau
oeeo the b8t In town Md our last
ihlpment proved no exception.
fwakami & Co., - - Hotel St
Manila Cigars
Finest Quality and Every Variety.
Large Stock Now on Hand.
JLVEJJS TOMA
33 N. King St. Phone 640.
DR. F. SCHUHMAMN
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN, OSTEO
PATHIC OCULIST
Hours: Consulting, 23 p. m. Sat
urdays Excepted. Operating, 81? a
m., 36 p. m.
Telephone 33. Otnce, corner Bereta
nla and Union streets.
HONOLULU, T. H
There Is No Other
SOAP AS GOOD
SOLD BY GROCERS
rorcegrowth
WILL DO IT.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
IMPROVED
Wilder & Alexander St.,
6 rooms $3,500
Lanahull Drivo Manoa Val
ley 6 rooms 4,500
College St., trim houso
with cottage in rear. ...95,300
Artesian St., nice lot and
small cottago 91.000
Pensacola & Wilder Ave., 6
rooms 93,boo
UNIMPROVED.
4 lots in Block No. 42, Kal
muki 91.400
2 lots In Block No. 20, Kal
muki 9 800
2 lots In Block No. 30, Kal
muki at your own figure
Beautiful lot In Manoa
Valley 9 900
SEE US FOR THESE AND
OTHER BARGAINS
Bishop Trust Go,.
LIMITED '
Bethel Street
IF YOU WISH TO ADVERTISE
I IN NEWSPAPERS
f ANVWHliUD AT ANYTIMU t
Calf oo it Write i
1 G.DAKE'S ADYERTISlflG AGEHCif
, Sanson Street
6.1M PRANCISCO, CJlLIP. C
tin j no lo.
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