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J. M. KANKAKUA,
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Meet In the Occidental Hotel,
mar ot King and Alakea Btrceti,
afl, B. Aekl. Enoch Johnson.
Attorneys and Counselors
Mm No. Id West King Street
AS MOVED TO THIS JUDD
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Has removed to Beretania street, opposite
Hawaiian Hotel, from comer of Richard
and Beretania streets.
l5S6-lm Tel. 57. Houn: ot" 5
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Has re-opened his office at . . .
-6 Emma Street
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DR. E. C. WATERHOUSE
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Dr. W. J. Galbraith.
and Residence: Beretania and
OUe Houra: 9 to 10 a. m.; 2 to I
tv m.; 7 to 8 p. m.
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Saturdays. . . ,
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ASSETS, DEC. 31, 189. 112,I7U
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A Savings Bank for monthly deposlti
Houses built on the monthly lnstal
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The Bank buya and recelrea tor eel
lection Dills ot Exchange, laaues Draft
and Letters ot Credit, and transaal
a general banking bualneaa
On Find Depoalt lor 1. aoMai, if .! a
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Oa Find Depo.lt lor I reol, 1
B ibi Head 0te, .1 Yckob.ai, .a C.rrMtk"
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8w PetBllllC RMMlrf 111 Ultr F'.. ""fif
B. K. KAA1,
Teacher of ,itar, Mandolin, Zltb
Ukulele and Taro Patch.
Orders to be left cure of Wall, Nichoit
V'tstrom Mualo Oo.'a 18iv
IHIi feVfeNINo HUliLfetlNi MoNol.UI.ll.
Arrived at Peking
Allies Believed To He
il'mm rtitiirda) a litira )
'.ONilti.S Aug I 1ratiula wild
lliimli tumps arihtil Iti Klifliialial
liiHit liiirilar "lh Vleriiij- pro
mt.1 lo Admiral r.)hi.mraalhMtl.elR00M!) 01 1E tliHHIIOUIAl.
auiu iii imp iriiiii1". nun aimrtiuin tu
11 nniinalial raliltarnm illnpatrliHl at
tiililhlslit. Admiral K.-) tiniiir wlrdl Io
Ills I'oKMimilil for ItntMietliihs as to
M. he should ait. 'Hip lirltlli tfl!To
(lent nt Hlinniilinl arc ItullRimiit ami
nltrlliiilc llio VImho'h adlim to In
tilKiies on Ilic pnrt ot I lie l'rrncli and
Kiirtlali iniimiU, 1
OITIclnl rnnntliinlloti nt tlm objection '
tn InmlliiR triHip at HIiaiirIihI has hrrn I
rfciUcil Rt the torrlidi iiIHi'p Inns but
invito to Lord Kiillslmry nml Ills ttntt
llll'R III till' Vll'RCH IIIOIIIllfllllK, lllltlllllK I
ii( finite rati be done from limlon until
itistructloiis nro received from Lord '
r.i'Oiiiry, to ttlium Ilic matter hns
Tlif allls lmo almost certainly ar
rival nt PekliiK, ef thoiiRh rnln has
birn fnlllnK. The mhlces receU.it from
tin' llrltMi rommnndcr at the front,
tlirniiRh Itrnr Admlrnl llruce, rUc rea-
tomible nssiiranro that the twenty
iscen miles between the nllled force
nr.d 1'cl.ltiR Mi11ld be easily tracrsnl
In four da. the Chinese seemlliRly be
Iiir miwllllnfc to llRht and fnlllnK back
on the capital.
Tnotnl SIiciir's Amerlcnn ndvlser, Mr.
1'crRiifnn, who hns luen criticised by
the press and by Americans for his
continued relation to the Chinese of
ficial, has rcslRned, and his reslRnatlon
has been nccepted. An EnRllsh cor
!! undent sendlnR this to the Associ
ated Press from ShnnRhnl, says:
"The Intimacy of American officials
with Slienc has been remarked by Eng
lishmen." It is reported from Hongkong, under
date of August 1.1th, that tho United
States sea-golnR monitor Monterey
wilt go to Canton In n few days to re
lic the American cruiser Don Juan de
Austria. The Chinese nver that the
chances arc ten to one that the llogue
forts will fire upon the monitor, ns the
authorities are suspicious of foreign
Tho activity of the Chlnwe military
authorities at Canton Is -nost pro
nounced. Foreigners thero think they
perceive prepartlons for nctlc n of some
sort. They dislike the presence ot Chi
nese troops In the vicinity of the for
eign settlement, fearing that the slight-
eiit Indescretton will lead to bloodshed,
and would welcome the arrival of the
The absence of fresh news of what
the Peking expedition Is doing leads to
speculation. Military men at Shanghai
who know the countr? In the vicinity of
Peking believe the allies ought to be
within cannonshot of the capital today.
A news agency dispatch from Shang
"An authentic message from Peking,
dated August 7th, says the attacks on
the legations have been renewed and
that the supplies of food have been
Hopped. The advance of the allies, It
is feared, has excited the fanatics and
the rebels are again uncontrollable.
Telegrnms received by the London mls
elonary societies Indicate that mission
aries and other foreigners are arriving
rafely at Chinese treaty ports, some of
them from places hundreds of miles
in the Interior, nnd from Szechuan,
more than 100 foreigners have arrived
.it Shanghai. The heads of tho mis
slouc believe that nearly all the mis
sionaries are alive and are safe on
the const of China.
The International missions' chief anx
iety Is for their Shan SI missionaries,
who are returning through the hostllo
province of H11 Nan. Mr. and Mrs.
Glover have been robbed and arrested
at Shan SI.
(From Saturday's Extra.)
WASHINGTON, Aug. 15. A dispatch
lecelud yesterday by tho State depart
ment from Consul Fowler at Chcfoo
wns so badly mangled In trasmlsslon
ns to bo almost Indecipherable. The
.'Ipher experts of the department work
ed on It last night and today. So far
ab made out the dispatch appears to
contain a message from Minister Con
Kir transmitted to Chefoo by courier.
The gist ot the Conger message con
tained In tho cablegram Is thnt the
situation In Peking Is most critical,
and that the Chinese government Is
endeavoring to force the ministers to
leave the Imperial city under Chinese
escort before the arrival of the relief
column. Beyond this point the dls
patch is unintelligible.
ADVANCE 0F RELIEF
(From Saturday's Extra,)
BERLIN, Aug. IB. A dispatch re
ceived here from Chefoo says the Brit
ish and Russian consuls agree In stat
ing that the, relief force arrjved at
Ah Ping August Sth, without 'further
opposition, the placs being about thirty-two
miles from Peking. ,
For that tired feeling take a ride
up Pacific Heightb.
' MAGIC : headaches
H HEADACHE.: before
i WAFERS i'breckfast
I HVMV.V.V.'fflfti M ta all druggieta.
II. in MoNbAY, AUolrtT
niMtlfA I'lIMM I1PP 1)11 HIP
HCI'UMI.ICAN I'AHIV OI! lllli
IfcRRHORY Of HAWAII.
llepuWItin volm of Hie
Iml'orv nl I
i a II. and a vot nlemllnE to
wlthllielleinibllMn party! 1
The folNmlnr: lntrwllon ate IttutJ by '
.,.. il.....l. .. r-..l,,...
llir llAriuutr v-uiniiirtt m.i'uhim. .
Precinct", With Number (if VoteH CriNt l.iiHt Election, nnd Number
of DclcDntcH to DUtrlct.
Pcdtolhl Uutt House
llllo Coutt HniHe
Papalkoil bchool House
llonnmu ScllJol lloue
l.aunahoeli(ie Cnurt House
Kaohe bchool llnue
llonokaa Court Houe
Kukulhaele School House
Kohala Court Hotie
Walmea Court Home
Kallua Couit Houe
Kon.Twaena Sell ol Houe
HooKena Court House
Walolilnu Court Hiue
Pahala School House
Kalaupara Store House
Pukoo Court Houe
Lalialna Court House
Hoiicikoli.m School House
Walluku Court House
Kahulul Court House
Honuauta Court House
Makawao Coutt House
Hamakuapoko School House
Klpahulu School House
Hana Court House
Keanae School House
beretinta street scnooi nouse 05
Bldg. entr. lower reservoir grd. Nuuanu av. 15
K0v.1l School 40
Kapualwa Building 38
Chamber of Commerce Room 37
Walmanalo School House 0
Fifth DIstilct- Votes.
Kaneohe Court House 37
Koolauloa Court House 10
Walalua Coutt House 13
Walan.it Court House 10
R. R. Station, Eua Plantation 23
Ewa Court House 20
Reform School 38
Haw. Tram. Co.'s Bldg , Kallhl 24
Kauluwela School House 29
Kauluwela School House 22
Sixth District Votes.
School House 1, Nllhau o
Kekaha School House to
Walmea Court House 33
Hanapepe School House 1
Koloa Court House 25
Llhue Court House 103
Kapaa Court House 'lg
Kilauea School House 4
Waloll Court Hous 12
The District Committees shall meet In
their respective districts on the Gth and
7th of September. 1900. and elect the fol
lowing officers: President. Vice-President
Secretan , Treasure' and such other officers
and standing committees as they sha I be
entitled to, and also th-lr delegates to the
1 errltonal convention In accordance wltn
Number of Delegates to the Territorial
First District 12
second District 12
Th'rd District 18
Fourth District 18
Fifth District 18
sixth District 12
Pursuant to a Resolution passed at a
meeting of the Executive Committee for
the Territorial Central Committee of the
Republican Party In the Territory of
Hawaii, a call is now Issued for Primary
Elections to be held In the various pre
Haturdny, September 1st, 1000,
for the purpose of electing delegates to a
District Convention. The polls will be
open from 3 p. in. to 9 p. m.
THESE ARE THE
Rules and Regulations of the Re
publican Party In the Territory
of Hawaii, Governing Precinct
Article 1. PRECINCT CLUBS.
Si. The unit of organization shall be
the precinct clubs.
,2. There shall be a precinct organiza
tion In every election precinct.
3. Every person legally enrolled In
the various precinct clubs, shall be a mem
ber of the precinct club when permanently
54. The officers of ea:h Precinct Club
shall be a President, Secretary, three
Judges of Election, and such other officers
as the bylaws of said precinct may pro
vide. No Initiation fees or dues shall be
charged the members of any precinct club.
All officers shall serve for one year, or un
til their successors! are elected. Any du
ly enrolled member of the club may be eli
gible to hold office.
J5. The duties of these officers shall be
those usual to said officers arid such as may
be provided for In the by-laws of each Pre
cinct Club. The three Judges of Election
shall be sole judges at all primaries.
6. No less than one-lifth of the mem
bers enrolled shall constitute a quorum for
the transaction of business.
7. The President and Secretary of
each precinct club shall act as a revising
)oard of the roll of the Preclnot Club, and
from time to time shall meet and revise
sild roll so that It shall consist of only
I lie number rf ihlrratM tram Mill l'ie
duct ta the l)llil(l Ommlttet lu I be
thfrellrrn III htiml-er wltklt eJtli pit'
net rntltltd In at Hit Primal v l:IM'
n helJ Ma v. tow. aftordln In the
low inc Mattmnii
I'rednrti wllli numberot vales .it al
ti1 election and number of delite to
I ll.lfrlsl t ..mifUtl.
May, 1000. S?rt., I900
May, tooo. b;pt., 1000
May, 1900. Sept , tooo
May, 1000. Sept. 1900
'May, 1900. Sept. 1000
900. bept., loco
The Territorial Convention for theadop.
tlon of a platform, the nomination of a
I ielegate to Congress a'.d the election of a
I errltoria Lentral Lomm ttee w II be held
on Thursday and Friday, September 20
ana 21, 1930.
After said convention and on or before
the first dav of October. 1000. the Jlstrlct
Committees shall meet for the purpose of
nominating senators ana Representatives
from their respective districts. Yours
GEORGE W. SMITH,
Chairman Republican Territorial Cen1
E. R. HENDRY,
Secretary Republican Territorial Cen'
such members as still reside In said pre'
clnct, but no member on the old nil shall
be omitted If he still resides In said pre'
58, Each precinct shall at the primaries
elect, besides the officers aforesaid, dele
gates to the District Committee.
5o. Each precinct shall be entitled to
elect one delegate to said district commit'
tee fir each 25 votes cast In said precinct
for the Republican ticket at the preceding
election. Whenever after dividing said
Republican vote by 25 there is a remainder
of 15 or more, then the precinct Is entitled
to an additional delegate, but each precinct
shall be entitled to at least one delegate to
said district committee, although the Re
publican vote as aforesaid In said precinct
shall be below 25.
10. Any person who Is a duly enrolled
member of a precinct club shall be eligible
as a delegate to the district committee.
The above Rules and Regulations
ol the Republican Party In the
Territory ot Hawaii, are also pub
lished In accordance with a. Resolution
passed at the same meeting referred to
The Committee urge upon all the offi
cers members of all Precinct Clubs the Im
portance of prompt and harmonious action
In relation to the above call.
GEO. W. SMITH,
E. R. HENDRY,
Pursuant to a Resolution pas-ed at a
meeting of the Executive Committee of the
Territorial Central Committee of the Re'
publican Party In the Territory of Hawaii,
a call Is Issued to tne Delegates who shall
be elected at the Primary to meet on Sep'
tember 6 or 7 for the purpose of electing
delegate to a Territorial Corventlon.
These are the Rules and Regulations of
the Republican Party In the "Territory bf
Hawaii, governing District Commlttets:
Article II. DISTRICT COMMITTEE.
II. Each district committee shall con
sist of delegates from the precinct clubs n
2. Each district committee shall meet
when notified to do so by the Territorial
Committee, and shall elect the following
officers: , President, VIce-PreslJent, Sec
retary, Treasurer, and such other officers
anJitsnJlngMmmlllfMiilt may fl tn
ll'.lfj I , '
1 1. Any July enroll J tfernibllckn jlull
l-t tllllblt at a Jtlrt il( la Hit lettl)ifll
Cimmlllet fram Hit JUtrUt InuhlAtlit
It, I:.kIi JltltUl commlttet lilt b
ilntteJ wllhlhe tttntnl rt nJ iMf
vlilon of Hit afliltt of Hit pnW vsllliln
ll dUlrUlt suHetl Io llit rule anJ rtw
litlonf. It ilialt take tuch mtsurts at It
Jtirn ntftMuy anJ t AptJIenl to tir
lliti'finlallnn anJ milnltnmet ol pft'
clntt club In twty rttdtxtt anJ stcutt
Hit coMptratlnn of all llepubllcan votm
vslth (lit pattynrc.mlratlon,anJ slnll,tm
Jer tlit wntrol of the Territorial Commit
lee, Imt tlnfgetf all campln In the
district. It slull dtclJt all Jhputes from
tlit precinct ornsntiatlnns and conltt
within sild district as to primary elections.
I). District committees may hold reg
ular or special meetings as may be provlJ
eJ In their bylaws, and not less than one
third of the members shall constitute a
The above Rules and Regulations of the
Republican Party In the Territory of ll.i
wall, are also publlsheJ In according
with a resolution passed at the same
meeting referred to above.
The committee urge upon all tie offictrs
and members of u District Committee
the Importance of prompt and harmonious
action In relation to the abo t call.
GUORGE W. SMITH.
E. K. HENDRY Chairman.
THE BANK OF HAWAII, Ltd.
f IxcotroiATiD Usdis thb Laws 1
lor thb Hawaiian R.rusucf
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS!
Ckas. M. Cookx, President.
P. C. Jonks, Vice-President
C. II. Cooki, Cashier,
F. C. Atiikrtom, Assistant Cashier,
E. D. Tonney,
Solicits the Accounts of Firms, Cor
porations, Trusts, Individuals, and wtU
carefully and promptly attend to aU
buslneas connected with banking en
trusted to It. Sell and purchase Foreign
Exchange, Issue Letters of Credit.
Ordinary and Term Dojioalts received,
and Interest allowed In accordance wilb
rules and conditions printed in Pa-e-books,
copies of which may be had uf jn
Real Estate and Insurance.
.IEE and JFIRE
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
tna Fire insurance Company
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange.
EDWARD POLLITZ Co
AND DEALERS IN
Particular atl.mlon tlen to pgrcbat aad eale .1
Hawaiian Surer Stock.
Lo.a. NefbtlaMd. Baeura aad forelfa Stock,
408 California St.,
San Francisco, Cal.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member ot Hawaiian Stock Eicbaote.
Melnerny Block. Fort Street.
BOYD, SCOTT & CO.,
Custom House Internal
: Revenue Brokers ,
315 FORT ST., opposite Irwin & Co.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stock and Bond Broker.
Muter .1 tk. Hooololu Stock Bickaat,'
Office Queen street, opposite Union
Telephone: joo P.O. B01 in
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Superintending
Floctro-dydraullc Power Transmission
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. , . .
With Catton-Nell Co., Queen street.
Office nejt toPot-affloe. ISM
M. Ara. Soc. C. I.
800 Jlldd Block. Tele. 63S.
Honolulu Iron Works Co
Improved and modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.
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