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REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
The First National Bank of Hawaii, at
Honolulu, In the Territory of bta
wall, at the close of business, July
Lou ti s and Discounts 797,013 70
Overdrafts, secured and
unsecured 31,085 14
U. S. Bonds to sccuro clr
cuiatlon 60,000 00
U. S. Donds to sccuro U.
8. Deposits 200,000 00
Premiums on U. S. Donds 10.000 00
Banking house, furniture
Due from State
and Bankers . ,
Duo from approved
serve agents 21,238 78
Checks and other cash
Notes of other National
Fractional paper curren
cy, nickels and cents...
Lawful Money Reserve In
Speclo $185,707 10
notes 170 00
lledcmptlon fund with U.
S. Treasurer (5 of
Total .'... $1,427,077 0i
Capital stock paid In....S
Undivided profits, loss
expenses and taxes
National Bank notes out
standing 48,500 00
Dividends unpaid 170 00
Individual deposits sub
ject to check 458,810 9b
Demand certificates o f
deposit 160,541 67
United States deposits...
Deposits of U. S. disburs
Liabilities othor than
those above stated....
n 270 77
182 239 72
2C 98G 73
Total Jl.427,077 02
Territory of Hawaii, Island of Oaliu.ss:
I, W. O. Cooper, Cashier of tho
above-named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to tho
best ot my knowledge and belief.
W. O. COOPER.
M. P. nOBINSON,
0. J. WALLER,
L. L. M'CANDLESS
Subscribed and sworn to before mo
this 30th day of July, 1902.
GEO. L. BIQELOW.
At a special meeting of tho Stock
holders of the Inter-Island Steam Navi
gation Company, Ltd., held on Monday,
July 2Sth, 1902. Mr. James A. Kennedy
was duly elected President of said
company for tho unexpired term, vlco
Mr. J. Ena, resigned.
C. H. CI.APP,
Honolulu, July 28th, 1902. 2210-lw
Onre a in-Jdlvr on Ihe Ktst Bide, through per
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-ju4 blindness, the penally ul ec
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In thcdattfol In early truattet.
a tittle iftas d
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e etlg.it for which he now ainIy(orini a million.
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MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF FORE
CLOSURE AND OF 8ALE.
In accordance with the provisions of
a certain mortgage, made by Manuel
Vlclra Drarico of Honolulu, Island !
Oahu, Territory of Hawaii (Hawaiian
Islands), to the Portugucso Mutual
Benefit Society of Hawaii, a corpora
tion duly created and existing under
the laws of die Territory of Hawaii,
dated the 13th day of November, A. D.
""' ana recorded In the Registry .f
"ecu8 '"?.. "Tu "".
PaECB 482 483 nA notlco la nerc-
Slvc? tha' tne. Mortgagee intends
10 ioreciose me sain mortgage ur cun
9 000 00 dl,lon broken, to wit: Non-payment .if
.Interest when due.
i Kntlrn lit liknwltn elvnn that after
the expiration of three weeks from the
dttt0 ot thls notice, the property con-
iveyeu uy saiu ;iurigago win uu sum ui
22 001 32 Public Actlon.at tho auction rooms of
James P. Morgan, In Honolulu afore
210 00 a,(I- on Saturday, the 2d day of Au
gust, A. D. 1902, at 12 o'clock noon of
202 CO ald day.
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
Attorney for the Mortgagee, Honolulu.
July 10th, A. D. 1902.
The Premises Covered by Said Mort
gage Consist of:
All that certain piece or parcel of
land situate at Kallawa, In Kallhl, Ko-
na, Island of Oahu aforesaid, contain
ling an area of 5 82-100 Square Chains,
ahd being Apana 1 of Royal Patent No.
.4130, conveyed to the mortgagor by
deed of Joaqulm Comes de Medelros.
dated the 10th day of November, A. D.
2193 July 10. 1ft 19, 26; Aug. 1.
The undersigned, tho assignee In
bankruptcy of tho estate of M. J. Sllva,
of Kauai, gives notlco that ho has filed
in tho Circuit Court, First Circuit, his
accounts, as such assignee, and has
asked for a settlement of the same
ani' n discharge, and that hearing on
tho samo has been Bet for Friday, Au-
Bust Sth, 1902. at 10 a. m.
I ". W. MCUIIENNKY,
Asstgneo of the Estate of M.J. Sllva,
Honolulu, July 30, 1902. 2212-3t
All bills against the Merchants' Fair
Committee, must bo presented at
once to tho Chairman of the Commit
tee at the office p( Pearson St. Potter
Co.. Ltd. P. It. HELM,
Chairman Merchants' Fair Com.
Tenders for the purchaso of tho
Merchants' Fair building, recently
erected on the Drlllshed grounds, wll
be received by the Chairman of tho
Merchants' Fair Committee, at tho of
flco of Pearson & Potter Co., Ltd.. up
to 12 o'clock noon, Saturday, August 2.
P. It. HELM,
Chairman Merchants' Fair Com.
POWER OF ATTORNEY.
Notlco Is hereby given that Miss
Amelia Emmeluth will act for mo as
my lawful attorney during my abscn'ce
from the Territory of Hawaii.
Dated at Honolulu, this 29th day of
July, 1902. E. W. QUINN.
Honolulu Investment Co
Real Estate and
A. V. Gear President
Henry Smith Vice President
Emmett May Secretary
J. H. Fisher Treasurer
J. D. Holt.' I
W. Q. Ashley )udltcra
T. E. Wall ,...)
JUDD BUILDINO, MERCHANT 8T.
PROPERTY BOLQHT AND 80LD:
LIFE, FIRE, MARINE AND PLATE
The last report of the United States
Qeneral Appraisers contains the fol
lowing on the protest of New York
firms against charging duties on susar
Sugar sweepings obtained from car
goes of refined cugar are not dutiable
as refined BUgar, but nre dutiable ac
cording to polarlscoplc test ut the
rates prescribed in paragraph 203,
act of July 24, 1897.
In assessing duty on sugar sweeu-
Ings, their previous character and con
dition must be (unregarded and neithc-f
their refinement nor their color con
United States vs. Salambler (170 U.
S.. 021) and United Statts vs. Shea
(114 Fed. Hep., 3S) cited as to tuM
clency of protest.
The merchandise In question con
slsts of sugar sweepings, whltb form'
ed portions of two shlpmnts of refill'
ed sugar Imported from Hamburg per
steamships Honlton and Peter Jebson.
The United States weigher reported
that he had found .j bags of suih
sweepings on the Honlton belonging
to Hewlett & Lee, and 70 bags of the
same class of merchandise on the same
steamship belonging to John Klssock
& Co. He nlso reported that he had
found 70 bags of the same character
on the Peter Jebson belonging to .'.to
firm of-Hcwlett & Lee.
The collector assessed duty on such
sweepings at the rate of tl.SJ per 100
pounds, under the provisions of para
graph 209 of tho act of July 24, 1897,
which reads os follows:
"All sugar which has gone through
a process of refining, one and ninety
five onc-hundredths of one cent per
The Importers make the claim In one
case that duty should be essened only
on the sugar contained In i-ald sweep
ings, and In the other case that duty
should bo assessed only according to
polarlscoplc test. We consider these
claims to be Identical, for by the pru
ence of dirt or other foreign matter the
saccharine strength of tbe sugar Is
weakened, and the polarlscoplc test
therefore shows the amount of chemi
cally pure sugar present. Tbe pto-
tests point out to us with sufficient
clearness the claim that the merchan
dise Is dutiable by polarlscoplc cost,
and we pass upon them in that light
(United States vs. Salambler, 170 U.
S., 621; United States vs. Sbeu, 111
Fed. Rep., 38).
The local appraiser, In a special re
This merchandise consists rf
sweepings of refined sugar, with a very
slight mixture of dirt and other refuao
which It would be Impossible to sep
arate." This report agrees with the testimo
ny of tho witnesses for the Importers.
The merchandise Is sugar sweepings,
and the dirt and refuse contained
therein aro what give It Its character
as sweepings. Without the presence
of such foreign matter the merchun
dlse would be sugar. IJelng sweeping?,
It falls within the provision in paid
graph 209, reading as follows:
"Sugar dralnlngs and sugar nwtvp
Ings shall bo subject to duty as mo
lasses or sugar, as the case may be, ac
cording to polarlscoplc test."
The collector seems to have disre
garded this provision entirely, and tu
have concluded that as these sweep
ings were collected from shipments ot
refined sugar, he was bound to nssesi
them as refined sugar. This was error,
Congress clearly distinguished be
tween sugar, raw or refined, and
sweepings, nnd recognized them bb two
different and distinct substances, and
while In tho assessment of duty on su
gar the color Is an Important factor, in
the case of sweepings that factor Is 'g
nored, and tbe polarlscoplc test or sac
charine strength of the suhBtanco W
tne sole basis of assessment. Tho fact
that sweepings must pay the eamo rate
of duty as sugar of the same polari
scoplc test Is immaterial; that fact cin
not operate to change the character of
the sweepings, nor can the previous
condition of the sugar, raw or refined,
contained In the sweepings be consid
ered. It follows that there can beno al
lowance made for the dirt and refund
Intermixed with the sugar, for such
foreign substances are as much a part
of tho sweepings as is the sugar Itself,
although, as before stated, the practi
cal effect of an allowance by weight
for the Impurities and an assessment
of duty according to polarlscoplc test
may be the same. Furthermore, even
If such a claim wcra valid. It Is undis
puted that the amount of such foreign
matter can not be satisfactorily ascer
tained. Samples of tho sweepings were sun-
mltted. to the chemist In charge of the
laboratory at the port of Now Yoik,
and from IiIh report we find that tne
sweepings per steamship Honlton
show 9S.20 degrees by polarlscoplc
tent, and those by the steamshln Peter
Jebson 93.20 degrees by polarlscoplc
We accordingly find
I. That the merchandise Imported
por steamship Honlton, and covered
by tho protests before us, consists of
sugar kweeplngs testing 98.20 degrees
by tho polarlscope.
2. That the merchandise Imported
per steamship Peter Jebson, -and cov
ered by tho protests beforo us, con.
slsts of sugar sweepings testing 93 20
degrees by tho polarlscope.
We therefore hold that duty should
be assessed thereon at tho rato appli
cable to raw sugar of the polarlscoplc
tests above mentioned, and to thin ex
tent sustain the protests and reverse
the decisions of the collector. In all
other respects the protests are over
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative liromo Quinine Tableta
All druggists refund tho money tt 11
rails to cure. K. W. drove's signature
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A child Is liorn every three minutes
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utes In London, England.
HEAL EG I A I riKAllOAU 1 IUI10
Instruments Filed for Record July 30.
K. Colt Hobron and wife Mrs. Mat
tie E. darnel D.
Fanny Strauch Bishop & Co A.M.
J. H. Mackenzie W. II. Scott ....A.L.
Amal Napoohlwl and wife II. P.
Elinor A. White Cordelia M. Allen
Hawn. Cemetery Assn., Ltd. He
brew Cemetery Assn ,.D.
Jaclntho Costa and wife Joseph J.
Joseph J. Dlas Pioneer Bldg. &
Loan Assn M.
J. K. Kupau Woodlawn Fruit Co.,
Mclo Opunui Woodlawn Fruit Co..
Y Ahln Woodlawn Fruit Co., Ltd.
Wm. n. Castle, by atty. It. S. Kelly
Instruments Filed for Record July 31.
Annie II. Kentwcll Yuen Wen Hlng
T. Ozawa T. Masuda Rt.Way
T. Masuda and wife 11. Hamanaka,
Eugene P. OSulllvan T. Masuda. A.L.
T. Masuda II. Hamanaka, tr....C.M.
H. Hamanaka K. Kobayashl ....P. A.
Emma Kaleleonatanl, by trs, Lale
Cordelia M. Allen and hsb. Elinor
A. White U.S.
Instruments Filed for Record Aug. 1,
Lul Nahau Kamaka Klkla D.
Kaluna and wife Klkla D.
Klkla Wm. Henry D
World's Fair Grounds, St. Louis,
July 21. Work has been begun upon
the foundation for a tower to carry th-!
electric wires In the Palace of Machin
ery, where the great power plant Is to
be situated. The big switchboard will
be placed high upon the western end ot
the machinery palace accessible only
from the special gallery. The tower
whose foundations are well down below
the surface of the ground will connect
the switchboard gallery with the elec
trical sub-way, which Is seven by seven
feet and one mile long. From this sub
way the ten Ice conduits lead out In
all directions, to all buildings- and all
parts ot the grounds whero electricity
Is to be used cither for power or light
ing. Over one hundred miles of wood
en conduit has been bought for thU
purpose. The foundation for the
tower will be concrete and the walls
will be lined with fireproof tile. The
power plant In the western end of the
machinery palace wilt develop by
means of four Immense Weatlnghouse
steam-driven generators S000 kilowatts,
the equivalent of 10,720 horse power.
The exposition lias arranged to bu
7500 kilowatts or 10.0S0 horse power
from the Citizens' Light and Power
Company, making a total ot 20,770
horse power. Two thousand horse
power will be developed from exhibit
plants In the machinery palace which
will bo used by the exposition for a
variety of purposes. All power used
by the exposition will be controlled
from the one great switchboard. Such
sn unusual olume of power is neces
sary because of the great number oi
moving exhibits in many of the build
ings and the extensive electric lighting
and cascade schemes. The lutra-mural
railroad, several miles In length, will
require a large olume. The boiler
house will be situated 130 feet west of
the machinery palace and wilt contain
a battery of boilers of unusual size
and steam capacity.
AUGUST SMART 6BT.
"Monalgney," by Justus Miles For
man. Is the novelette with which the
August number of The Smart Set
opens. This Is a powerful love story
and one In which the dramatic Inter
est grows steadily from the first page
to the last. Tho story s setting Is a
beautiful one. and tho author's art Is
constantly displayed In hit manner of
employing romantic surroundings for
a scries ot happenings that are both
strange and absorbing. "Monalgney"
Is a very human story, and absolutely
distinctive in Its plot; while It Is writ
ten with that charm of style which has
already won for its author an enviable
position In the literary world.
Among the short stories of this num
ber Is "The Dead and tue Countess," by
Gertrude Atherton, which Is, perhaps,
the most original and the strongest
piece ot short fiction that Mrs. Ather
ton has ever written. An excellent foil
to this somber story Is "A Hedge, Cows
and Jane!" by Roeumoirl Napier, a
bit of genuine humor, wholesome, de
lightful, new. Other stories that com
mand special attention are; "In tho
Summer of St. Martin," a dainty
comedy by James Branch Cabell; "The
Renunciation." a narrative of self-sacrifice,
by PrlncH Vladimir Vanlatsky;
"The Subjugation of Molly," a most
amusing story by Ethel Slgsbee; "A
Strange. Obsession." a remarkable story
by Leon Mead; "Qn Ilchnlf (if Dorln
da," by Elizabeth Duer, and "Jamais
Seuls," by Edith Illgelow.
Among other authors who are found
at their best In this number of The
Smart Set are: Oliver Horford. Victor
Plarr, Alfred Henry Lewis, Guy Wet
moro Carry!, Clinton Scollard, Ana
tole France, Harrison S. Morris, Frank
Dempster Sherman, Edwin L. Sabln,
Tom Masson, William J. Lampton.
Charles Hanson Towne. Ella Wheeler
Wilcox, Theodosla Garrison, Louise
Winter and Minna Irving.
Alden Elrrtrlc "Belt
pensory Is guarantee
.ill thr ..-"& nrnrwr.
all tne ..:;: vs rrnrwr
ties of the espenslve belts now sold by
doctors and JruRgl-ts. It gives a very
sttonc current of electricity and Is eally
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Pierce Electric Co , ici Post St., San
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SIERRA . . ., AUO. 20
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SONOMA SEPT. 10
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From Sun Francisco
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itavt tnit port on or about
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AT HONOLULU on or about the dates
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(For Brisbane and Sydney.)
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Beaver Lunch Rooms
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Everytnlng flrtt-claii. Complete Una
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THE TRAILS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCIMa.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
ntr THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New YorM.
aOnan Palace Steepen. Buffet, Srnok.
Uf and Library Can. with Barkt
Wkop and Pleasact Reading Rootna.
Dining Can (Mea.lt a-la-cart).
Free Reclining Chain.
Pullman Ordinary Sleeper.
' M. LOTimOP, Oenenl Agent,
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We. 1 Montgomery St, San Francises,
a h. UMAX. O. P. T. A,
14T1 Omaha, Nebraska,
Dawaiiai Tramway's Tiie
KINO STREET LINE.
Ctrl IttT. Wtlklkl for lown tl j j. 1,15, e.j A a
uSavtrr if MlRuLf tlMTtafur Ufl 1.4$. ii!i tt
iljIP.a. fro W.lklkl 10 10 thf Puiuhou SuklM.
Cm ! R Rut. oiPia iwitcb lor lowi at
):()A a. anl avar? if mloutaa tharialur till itxtrji.
Cra laar. Foil MS Ktar atmta craar for f-alaas
I 6:10 a., tal ararr i aiautaa altar till 11:11
Cart laart for Palaaa only at a anl 5:10 A .
Ctrt Itava Pliant for Wtlklkl a) A.M. m4 tny
ijailaot.itllla i r- a, taraatio ij an4 toair.a
Tna It'll A. fron Palaraa for Pun. ha. aIw .a.
10 WalkUl OB Sttorlaya.
ura uara ron ant aiaf ttittll coraar lot aifla
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Cart laara Fori ant Klna atraata eornaa for Watbrk
ataoiA a. anJ ararr ij-almitaa till io.t'.n tn at
l-i ... ii! r n. 10a ii: p.m. goat to wtlkiu
is Saturday only.
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Cart laava Punahou Subla far Town at . .W
for Ton ani Vallay tt a. j 50 6 10 Sn 649 ml
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Cara laava Oahu Collara far lam ani V.tl.v
6jo so ani t:io a.m ani anr, 10 mlnuui till 10
r.n. aicapi 10. avtn nour ana nail. Dour ctra wmlct
na from tna Staota
Cara laava Nuuanu Vallay at fi'io 6 )o 1 to A.M Mi
arary to ralnutaa tharaattar till 10 jo p.m.
Cara laava Fori ani Quaan atraata for Punabot
Collata tt 1 01 6 tj e as A.M ani arary 10 ralto-at
aftar till g'4 p.m. Aftar that tha cara run to tat
Subla up to 11: jop,. which It tha laitcar from ton
raaxhtof tht Subla at 11:10 p.m.
Telephone to tAl Puts of the IsUnd.
R.EALAKEKUA. - HAWAII
J. Q. HENRIQUES, PEOP.
Horses and Carriages
To tat Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance la ottarod fog (
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriage meet the 8. 8. Mauna utta
at Kallua and tajte passengen oTtrlaaf
la Hookena, where the tteamer la mtt
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January L 1811.
STATIONS. OAILT DAILY
(Outvarl) at. Sua. daily at. Sun. daily daily
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O. P. DKNIBON. Superintendent
6et of 5 maps, $2.00
60 CENTS EACH
On salt at offact ot , . .
THE . . .
Eim, Corner ot Deretanla Avenue
and Punchbowl Street.
All Work Dona by Hand
LACE CURTAINS A SPECIALTY.
J. ADADIE, Proprietor.
Telephone Blut 3552.
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