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r'KliKKATION OF AM.IKU TKAIIKH FUOM TAXKS AND LIUKNSK.
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caution nil consumers of White
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offerings of an article hearing a
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There' ONLY ONE;
Two slut, 86c and 80c.
For Salo by IIILO DRUG COMPANY.
FIRST BANK OF HILO
tucorporatcil Under the Laws of the
Territory of Hawaii.
PEACOCK BLOCK, 'IIILO.
P. TKCK - President.
C. C. KHNNHDY Vlce-Prei.
JOHN T. MOIR-.jnd Vlce-Prei.
C. A. STOniJJ Chter.
A. K. SUTTON Secretary.
J.S. Cnnarlo, John J. Grace,
I'. S.T.j man, II. V. Patten,
Win. Pullar. W. II. Shlpuian.
Direct Line between SAN FRANCISCO
Hark St. Catharine, Capt. Saunders
Hark Amy Turner, Capt. Warland
Hark Martha Din Is, Capt. McAUman
For freight and passage apply to
WELCH & CO., Agents, San Francisco
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd., Agents,
H. Hackfeld&Co., Ltd.
Draw ExchanRe on
Honolulu The Bank of Hawaii, Lul.
San Francisco Wells Fargo & Co.Iiauk
Nkw York Wells Fargo & Co's Hank.
London Glynn, Mills, Cttrrie & Co.
Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Cor
poration: Hongkong, China; Shang
hai, China; Yokohama, Japan; Hiogo,
Solicits the accounts of 'firms, corpora
tions, trusts, individuals, anil will prompt
ly and carefully attend to all business con
nected with banking entrusted to it.
Sells and purchases Foreign Exchange,
issjes Letters of Credit.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Rented by the Month ot Year,
ticulars on Application.
Makes Finest Bread.
Fresh Rolls and Buns
always o hand : : :
Ice Cream for families
Wedding and Party Cakes a
The steamers of this line will ar
rive and leave this port as here
under: FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Sierra Feb. 25
Alameda March 6
Sonoma March 18
Alameda March 27
Ventura Apr. 8
Alameda Apr. 17
Sierra Apr. 29
Alameda May 8
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
JAS. M. CAMERON,
Mr. Camerop is prepared to give esti 1
mates on all kinds of Plumbing Work '
aud to guarantee all work done. ,
Sonoma Feb. 24
Alameda March 11
Ventura , March 17
Alameda Apr. 1
Sierra Apr. 7
Alameda Apr. 22
Sonoma Apr. 28
In connection with the sailing of the
above steamers the agents are prepared to
issue, to intending passengers Coupon
Through Tickets by any railroad
from San Francisco to all points in the
United States, and from New York by
aii steamship Hue to all European ports.
For further particulars apply to
Wm. C. Irwin & Co.
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co,
Organization Is Completed mid ON
ecru Kleotcil for First Ycnr.
The Federation of Allied trades
of Hilo held a meeting last Satur
day night and completed its organ
ization. A constitution and By
laws were adopted, officers were
elected aud the first assessments of
dues collected from the members.
The organization has adopted
some wholesome rules for the regu
lation of the conduct of its members
in business. Drunkeness and fail
ure to live up to contracts or any
flagrant neglect of duty, renders
the offending member liable to sus
pension from the federation,
thought by the leaders that
provisions will raise the standard of
workiugmen in Hilo nnd achieve
benefits U) the employing public as
well as to the members. One clause
in the regulations binds members
to complete any job they may
undertake and sets torth no reasons
or excuses, which will be considered
justification for abandonment of
contracts once begun.
The iron clad core of the By
Laws is a short sentence in which
all members, whether contractors
or sub contractors bind themselves
not to employ Asiatics.
The meeting Saturday night was
a success. There were over sixty
to step forward and pay their first
dues. The meeting was called to
order by chairman Katidcl and in
the absence of C. L. Clement, A.
R. Hancock was appointed secre
tary In the election of officers,
Herman Ludwig and Wm. Todd
were appointed tellers and John
Bohnenbenberg Judge. The elec
tion resulted in the unanimous
choice of the following officers: H.
Kendel, President; James Cameron,
Vice President; Secretary left vac
ant, E. Wery, Treasurer; George
A general committee of fifteen
was appointed which will be divid
ed into a Board of Arbitration, a
Finance Committee and a Member
After the election, the new pres
ident was escorted to the clair amid
applause and made a ringing speech
in behalf of Americanism and better
The next meeting will be held
Monday evening April 20, when
further details of organization will
Insurance Companies Arc Opposed.
San Francisco, Cal., April 9.
The bill before the Hawaiian Legis
lature proposing to require a $25,
000 cash deposit by insurance com
panies doing business in the Terri
tory, has attracted serious attention
of the San Francisco companies
doing business in the islands.
Conferences between the com
panies having agencies in Honolulu
or writing insurance from the local
agencies have been held and the
situation thoroughly discussed.
These companies have decided
that they will withdraw from the
Hawaiian field if the deposit law is
passed in its present form.
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rtuveruse 111 newspapers
anywhere at anytime
call on or write
E. C. Dake's Advertising Agency
01 1'5 Murc-humi KxclmiiK"
SAN FRANCIBOO CAL.
KING ST., HILO .
is ready for business
Good Machinery. Steam Power.
Ol'l'ICK AND LAUNDRY ON KING
sriuti'r nitLow tkiiiunk oi'i'icu
GEO. MUMBY PROP.
Northern Securities Com blue Loses.
St. Paul, Minn., April 9. The
United States Court handed down
a decision today in the suit brought
against the Northern Securites
Company by the Government for
violation of the anti-Trust Law.
The contention of the Government
is sustain :d, it being held that the
Northern Securities Company is an
illegal combination in restraint of
trade. An appeal was taken by the
Portuguese Soldiers .Mutiny.
Lisbon, Portugal, April 8. One
hundred and fifty soldiers have
mutinied here and refuse to board
a transport on which they had been
ordered to embark for service in
East Africa. The Territory to
which they were to be sent is a
fever hole and many soldiers die
there. The soldiers think that they
should be given increased pay for
service in the African colonies.
Little Rock, Ark., April 8. A
cyclone swept over Clebourne and
White counties today. Twelve
persons were killed and a great
amount of damage was dope, The
number of injures cannot, even be
Income of Territory Set Forth In
Detail by Committee.
Honolulu, April 9. At this after-'
noon's session of the House, Mr.
Harris presented the following
report of the Fiuaucc'Committcc on
Resolution 192 by Mr. Kupiliea,
calling for an investigation of the
tax aud license laws, which was
adopted and ordered spread on the
journal of the House:
Honolulu, April 3, 1903.
Hon. F. W. Beckley, Speaker
House of Representatives.
Sir: Your Finance Committee,
to whom was referred Resolution
No. 192 presented by Honorable
It is D. M. Kupiliea, "to investigate the
these tax laws ana license lor the pur
pose of ascertaining the revenue
derived from same, beg leave to
report as follows:
The laws relating to the collect
ing of licenses and the kind and rate
per annum, can be found in the
Penal Laws of 1897 as compiled by
S. ty. Ballon, in Chapter 55, page
252, also Chapter 41, page 166.
The law in regard to taxes can be
found in the Civil Laws of 1897 as
compiled by S. M. Ballon, in Chap
ter 56, page 326.
Your committee submit herewith,
a detailed list of the revenue derived
under these laws, during the year
W. W. HARRIS,
Return showing taxes collected
by the Territory of Hawaii during
the year 1902:
Real Estate Tax Oahu, $299,
021,97; Hawaii, $119,488.27; Maui,
$90,193-78; Kauai, $51,412.84.
Personal Property Tax Oahu,
$324,772.93; Hawaii, $135,903-42;
Maui. $50,824.24; Kauai, $72,611.
27. Total, $584,111.86.
Insurance Tax Oahu, $4539.36;
Hawaii, $123.30. Total, $4662.66.
Dogs and Tax Oahu, $1305.60;
Hawaii, $1490.40; Maui, $606.70;
Kauai, $461.20. Total, $3863.90.
Poll Tax Oahu, $15,597.00;
Hawaii, $17,673.00; Maui, $5313."
00; Kauai, $7887.00. Total, $46,
369.00. IncomeTax Oahu, $170,452.62;
Hawaii, $11,186.61; Maui, $3931.
49; Kauai, $6076.83. Total, $191,-
Carriages Oahu, $4880.00; Ha
waii, $3340.00; Maui, $829.00;
Kauai, $1123.00. Total, $9072.00.
Carts and Wagons Oahu, $302
2.00; Hawaii, $2538.00; Maui,
$1026.00; Kauai, $1364.00. Total,
Road Oahu, $31 ,194.00; Hawaii,
$35,344.00; Maui, $10,426.00; Ka
uai, $15,770.00. Total, $92,734.00.
School Oahu, $31,192.00; Ha
waii, $35,344.00; Maui, $10,426.00;
Kauai, $15,772.00. Total, $92,-
734.00. Grand total, $1,593,255--
Licenses Collected during 1902
Awa licenses, $3017; alcohol, $250;
agent to take acknowledgments to
licenses, $40; auction, $1410; bil
liard, $825; boat, $140; boatman's,
$31; beef butchers, S. & S., $940;
beef butcher, "Sell," $460; bowl
ing alley, $25; banking, $5250;
brewery, $150; dray and wagon,
$740; drivers, $826; hack, $3033;
hotel, $17,900; hunting, $420;
livery stable, $500; lodging and
tenement, $398; milk, $345; notary
public, $1150; drug, $650; ped
dling cake, $1625- physicians, $170;
pork R. butcher, S. & S., $1080;
pork R. butcher, S., $400; public
show, $4740; steam laundry, $50;
saloon $4340; stocks and shares,
$800; tobacco, $11,570; spirit,
dealers, $14,000; spirit, wholesale,
$5500; spirit, retail, $46,000; wine,
beer and ale, $6200. Grand total,
King Christian's Illrtliilny.
Copenhagen, Denmark, Aprils.
King Christian of Denmark, "the
grandfather of Europe,',' is today
celebrating his eighty-fifth birthday, '
the occasion being honored by the
assembling here of many royal per
sonages, chief among whom is his
daughter, Queen Alexandra of
Adlnl Stevenson Sntrors Hums.
Bloomington, 111., April 8.
Former Vice- President Adlai
Stevenson was seriously though
not fatally burned today while as
sisting in putting out a fire in his
residence. The fire was extin
guished after some loss had been
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