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Honolulu, T. H
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HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
Capital Subscribed Yen 48,000,000
Capital Paid Up Yen 30,000,000
Reserved Fund Yen 17,500,000
General banking business transact
ed. Savings account for $1 and up
wards. Fire and burglar proof vaults, with
Safe Deposit Boxes for rent at $2 per
year and upwards.
Trunks and cases to bo kept on
custody at moderate rates.
Particulars to be applied for.
YU AKAI, Manager.
LYLE DICKEY FOR JUDGE
F. B. Thompson, president.
C. II. Homonway, vlco president.
B. W. Sutton, secretary.
C. H. Olson, treasurer
Judge Wilder made tho remark: "I
don't think wo should be bound by
I What tho KaunI Planters Association
wishes. Wo ought to consider thf
Thoso are tho officers of tho Ha- matter In tho Interests of this bar
wailan Bar Association, elected and association."
installed nt its annual meeting ycs Under tho rules a ballot had to bo
teruay afternoon. taken on all tho tinmen nrnnnnAiT nnA
t. . ..,,vuwl( UI1U
Lyio A. Dickey was at tho samo It resulted In fifteen votes for Dlckov
time recommended to Attorney Gen- four for C. S. Dole, one for C. W. AshJ
erai wickersnam or tho United States ford and one for S. F. ChilllnirworHi
as uio successor or Judge Hardy, re- Thoso presont wore W C Achl n
signed, for judge of the fifth circuit B. Anderson, F. Andrade L. Andrews,
COUn. u, W. Asnronl. G S. Pnrrv T. A m.
ah or the omcors were elected key, S. B. Dole, W. A. Grccnwoll C
unanimously, In tho caso of tho prcsi- R. Homonway, A. D. I.arnach I
dency ono and In that of tho vlca Lightfoot, A. Lindsay. C. H ONon r
presidency three candidates declining F. Peterson, W. O. Smith, W. L. Stan-
ln lavor or tne ono chosen. Judgo ley, E. w. Sutton, W. W. Thayer, F.
Dickey received fifteen votes out of E. Thompson, P. u Weaver, A.' A,
twenty-ono ballots cast for tho Kauai Wilder, D L. Withlngton.
judgeship, but a motion directing tho .
secretary to cable the recommenda
tion to tho head of tho department
of justice carried without dissent.
Judge Stanley camo within an aco
of being "it" for tho presidency. A
motion to close nominations and cast
tho association's ballot for him was
about to be put, when W. O. Smith Change In Bijou's All-star
suggested that tho place should go Vaudeville Tonight.
to tho retiring vico president who A change of program tonight at tho
was not present at the time of elec- G1Jou wiu surely bring out a big holt-
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2 177 South King Street
Hotel, near Fort.
W. C. ACHI
ATTORNEY AT LAW
' and Real Estate.
Cabla Address "Takapu," HonolnU
Telephone 1676. P. O. Box 0(8
Commission Merchant and Manuiat
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Consolidated Soda Water
Is Absolutely Pure
tlon whereupon Judge Stanley, who day croW(1 as tho vaudeville and pic-
had filled tho chair a term before, ture Program of that theater is easily
gracefully stepped aside. i 1110 uost ln tuo c"ty and contains acts
D. L. Withlngton. tho retlrintr nrpsl. thnt havo beei1 shown as headllners
dent, conducted tho meeting until tho ln the big thc&ters'in London and New
election, when he called Vlco PresI- r 1
dent Hemenway to tho chair, who ro- une ot tUo aots' Lordv s trained
signed It to Mr. Thompson on his ar- dop'3' Is on lts way to "ammersteln's
rival. Mr. Within nno,i Now Yor,t- vI the Keith Circuit, when
committees for tho annual dinner on " W,U 8ll0W at the big "'Prodrome
Juno 15, which havo already been ,n th? metrPIis- The act " on its
published in tho Star, and for tho ,w , ."T a r?,,nd th0 worW
literary committee stated that papers, T' 7 " uWBa ' 7 Tl
of ten to fifteen minutes' rSdln mn .th largest C,tle8- d,s-
would be presented at the dinner as "T . , w rf , , B'3U
follows; gagement that Honolulu is tho small-'
ib. M.ol,0 ,,, . esl cuy lnat u has snowed in and the
Early Hawaiian Water Rights," by m, m , .
Mr. Justice Perry. . , uousraiu-
The Recall of Judicial Decisions," nnt , tUn .,....
to Hon. I,. Tfc,.Dt -.uu,,raM,
..rm, Z tbat ever visited Honolulu. Tonight
t h , , eMnl ,aDBB la Federal th f0,,rteen canlnes will introduce
Judicial Procedure." by U. S. District new tricks and acrobatic stunts.
Attorney R. W. Breckons. The otner round the world headUne
Enos Vincent was unanimously act i3 tho Yokohama Troupe wno will
elected a member of tho association, close their engagement this week. The
Hon. W. O. Smith, just before ad- men of thn romin nxnprt halnnrnrs
journment, brought up the matter of and nightly exhibit feats of strength.
a ruie adopted in 1005 by the circuit' while the luvenlleR hf thn trnnnn iir.
Judges, requiring transcripts by the' prise all by the seeming impossible
court stenographers of TecoriTs In ' contortion acta. This act furnishes
prooato cases. The rule was obsorv- twenty minutes of wonderment and
ed for a time he said, but had fallen amusement.
into disuse. One stenographer had "Hello Everybody" May Taylor, she
bono away leaving a large amount of the winsome smile and sweet voice,
of testimony not transcribed. He' will be seen in new songs and cos
moved that the matter be referred to tumc.3 tonight.
tho executive committee for invosti-j May has a number of good stories
gation and report. Mr. Withlngton to tell about her trip to Australia and
offered an amendment to Include the' will reel them off In her own inimlfa
general duties and compensation of hie way. The little soubrette, who is
stenographers, which was accepted the idol of the gallery gods as well
and tho motion as amended carried. rn the front rowers, will render three
No action was taken on a letter or follr popular songs,
from Prank B. Kellogg, chairman of Four personally selected films will
tho American Bar Association, asking P"t the finishing touches to a perform
that members of tho local body ox- ance that will prove a dandy wlndup
press in public speeches thefr opln- to the holiday.
ions on tho Judicial recall and that the'" Empire Also Has Good Program,
speeches bo printed and circulated. Tho May Nannery Co. seerc.g to havo
Utmost candor along with courtesy' struck a popular chord at tho Empire,
marked a discussion of candidates for Judging from the applause that they re
recommendation to the Kauai Judgo-ceive nightly. Their sketches aro all
ship. Tho cablegram from Attorney' cleverly played nd aro ot deep heart
General Wickershara to Socretnrv interest.
Dickey said, "Should be glad to re-! Knotts and Lawrence, ho with tho
coivo suggestions Bar Association sue- Pwerul voico and she with the sweot
ccssor Hardy." President Withlngton niolodious voice, will appear In now
had also received a letter from tho ,30nS8 and dances, and witty dialogue,
attorney general on tho subject. Tno reEt of the program will bo devot-
Judgo Dole mentioned that lie re- ed to PIcturo portrayal of comedies,
ceived a cablegram from Mr. Wicker- dramas and cowboy life,
sham asking for a recommendation, I Bertha's Billions Tonight,
but as his nephew and Mr. Ashford' Tll Prtty Htt!o comedy "Bertha's
woro tho 'only candidates ho Sad n,Hlons," that Is to bo staged by tho
heard mentioned ho answered declln-' Juvon,I Eostonians at tho Liberty
Ing to mako a recommendation and theater tonight, marks tho third
suggesting that tho association bo change in program and should to a
consulted. j favorite with local theator goers.
Mr. Ashford stated, In answer to A number of specially flno songs
a question after announcing that ho wil1 00 suns and Patsy Henry, tho
was not a candidate, that ho waa clovor little star of tho company, will
asked before Judgo Hardy resigned if "0 seen for tho first tlmo In tho part
ho would consent to tako tho office, if ot a B'r1, Patsy nearly always plays
offered, and ho replied that ho would boy s Parts but this time sho Is book
provldod Jt woro offered to him with ed for something special,
practical unanimity, without tho no-' L,ttIe Stubby Myling, tho baby of
cossity of a contest, so that ho might' tho company who has mado herself
accept tho position with dignity. Withr a popular favorite, will sing, 'Til
in tno past week, however, ho had Trust My Husband Anywhoro But I
been told that some peoplo on Kauai LIko to Stick Around." Stubby lias a
woro against him because ho was "too 'way of her own of Binging this and
much of a llvo wiro" meaning ho' will mako good. Bllllo O'Noill has a
supposed, which was not true, that! selection from tho Pink Lady entitle?!,
ho would stir things up unduly, per "Tho Girl by tho Saskatchewan."
naps uynamlto tho plantations This song mado a big hit clsowhero
(laughter). in view of tho local son-'and with her clovor Interpretation
timent ho would not feel Justified in 'should do eouallv well hero. Lois
having his namo corao boforo tho Mason will bo heard in more of her
Henry Waterhouse Truft Co.
AGKBD UP by th boot HWf
Itles and the entire apltal and
turplut f the Dank, ovar $1,
H,000, the Savings Aacount
you start here with one dollar
Is the very best possession In
a finanelal way you can have.
Interest paid on all deposits.
BANK of HAWAII, Lid.
Capital and Surplus,
pretty little song called, "Under tho carry on tho work from a broader In- been proved by tho precautions taken
ternatlonal point ot view. Tho $300 to insure its safety. It Is ln an admira
allowcd In addition to the stipend is bio stato of preservation so far as
to purchase souvenirs, books, etc. The tho freshness of Its colors Is concern-
M. Albert ed. Professor Splnazzola will not at
PROFESSORS CHOSEN FOR
TRIP AROUND THE WORLD, foundation established by
NEW YORK, May 15. Under tho Kahn of Paris is administered by a tempt to detach It from its glass cov
Kahn foundation for foreign travel of commission, among whom aro Nicho- ers, but will allow it to remain where
American teachers, Kelllcott, P. II. D.,jlas Murray Butler, C. W. Eliot of Cam-it was uncovered.
proiessor oi oioiogy, uoucuer coucge, onuge anu unaries w. waicott of
Baltimore, and Linforth, a professor
of tho California State University,
have been appointed to start on a
world tour soon. Tho fellowship to
which they aro appointed carries :i
stipend of $3000 each. A unique re
quirement is that the incumbents tako
a trip around the world. The choice
of routes and countries to be visited
and -length of stay is discretionary,
Tho incumbent may seo 'as many peo
ples and countries us possible.
The object is to nablo teachers tA
Tho fresco represents Venus as a
fcjMS&li tutelary divinity of Pompeii. The
7r I goddess is seated in a chariot drawn
MASTERPIECE OF ART IS j by elephants. It Is tho first repro-
FOUND IN POMPEII RUINS sentation of this kind ever discovered
IIOME, May 15. Discoveries at
Pompeii continue. Professor Splnaz
zola says a fresco has been discover
ed on tho front wall of a house on
the Street cf Abundance which is the
most important from an artistic stand-
jioint of any that has over been un
covered. It is practically unique and
undoubtedly a masterpiece, as has
The regular meeting of the mem
bers of tho Hawaii Promotion Com
mittee will bo hold at tho rooms of
tho Committee, Bishop street side,
Young Hotel building, at 3:30 o'clock
p. m. tomorrow.
PRESENT CONDITION OF THE STADIUM IN
5 GAMES WILL BE
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar
Haiku Sugar Company. ' '
Maul Agricultural Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company. ;
McBrydo Sugar Company.
Kauai Railway Company.
Kauai Electric Company.
Haiku Fruit & Packing Company.
Kauai Fruit & Land Company.
yodeling songs that havo mado such
Many endorsements of Dlckoy from a hit,
Kauai wero announced and somo road, I Thorn Hellcn has tho "Wild Wild
mo Kauai Planters' Association Bftlnc Rose" for her especial song and Pat-
among thorn. ., . , ey Henry and Dorla Canfleld havo a
j .i - i
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progressing rapidly, and tho amphitheater will bo ready In ample tlmo for tho contests. Tho Swedish government
is building tho stadium at an expense of about $225,000. Tho stadium will seat 30.000 and is located' about a mllo
from town, making it oasily accessibIoa. Work on the stadium was started a year ago. Tho managers of tho moot
ing nave uovisod a stamp, rrom the sa0 of which considerable money has been raised to bo applied to tho ex-
penses or uio games.
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