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ESTABLISHED IN 1l5.
Bishop & Co. I
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Commercial and Travelers'
I etters of Credit issued on
Ihe Bank of California and
The LondonJoir.t Stock Bank,
Correspondents fot the
Ametican Express Company
and Thos. Cook & Son.
-Interest allowed on term.
and Savings Bank Deposits.
Clam Sprockets. Wm, O. Irwin.
Glaus Spreckels & Co.
Honolulu. : : : T. H.
San Francisco Agents The Ne
wti National Bank of Han Francisco.
Draw Exchange on the Norada Na
tional' Bank of Ban r'rnclno.
London The Union of London and
Smith's Bank, Ltd,
Nsw York American Exchange Na
Chicago Corn Exchange National
Paris Credit Ljromala.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong
konn flhaaahat Hanking Corporation.
Nsw Zsatand and Australia Bank
of New Zealand and Hank of Auslra
lasla .Victoria and Vancouver Bank ot '
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made on
approved scrurlty. Commerc'ul and
Travelers' Credlta Issued. Bllli of B
cheats bought and sold.
Cellectlona Promptly Aecruntsd For.
AND TRUST 'GO
OF HAWAII, LTD.
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL. ..I200,000.au
PAID UP CAPITAL $100,000.00
Prcaldsnt Cecil Brown
Vice President M. P. Robinson
Cashlsr L. T. Peck
Office: Corner Frt and Kins Bts.
SAVINGS DEPOSITS received and
Interest allowed for yearly deposits at
the rate o( 4 14 per cent, per annum
Rules and regulations furnished up
Tht YtkoliainaSpecle Bank, lw
." ESTABLISHED 1830.
TapltaP Subscribed .... '.Yen !t ,000,000
?pirsl Paid Up Yen 21.000,010
it'served Fund Yen 13,700,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCH AQENCIE8 Antunc,
H&len, Hans Kbu, Chcfoo, Dalny,
Bomsay, HonjVong, Honolulu, Kobe,
Lenyanf, London, Lyons, Mukden,
Nagasaki, Newehwanc, New York,
Peklnj. San Kranelsco, Shanshal, Ti
entsin, Toklo, Osaka.
The bank buys and receives for col
lectlia Bills of Exchange, Issues
Drafts and Letters ot Credit and trans
acts a general banking business.
HONOLULU BRANCH. 7 KINO ST.
AUTOMATIC NU. BWHG
This machine' MAKES fence
from I to 5 ft. high with 1 to 12
In. mesh with a breaking strain
of over 25,000 lbs. at a cost of
50c and up per rod, being Horse
'high, Bull-strong. Pig-tight,
Chicken and Mopgoose Proof.
Catalogues on application.
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE
1048-50 ALAKEA ST.
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Scissors and Shears P fc jRV
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a iit vriy irrl jiTvavri aanti iui sn PBBaaan
and women are maifcrd Krrn Ktiltr. 44sEr
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Tlnns of the tide are taken Irom
tho United States Coast and Ocodetli
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Finn Noe.ui. I'otlirwiii, Trom Kiikut
haelc. C.JO ii. m.
Sliur. MIKahnla, Gregory, from
Kiltml, 10 u. in.
Per stmr. Mlknlmln, Jan. 1, 10 n. in.
Ah Chunk, Ah t-oy. Coo I'l, (leo.
iKcnlicrK, II. Doilcn, J. II. Wilson, i:.
1". Dcincnt iiiul 2 deck.
iNPI IS FALSE
The morning paper published today
n story which was attributed to Cap
tulu Mansfield, formerly of tho Morn
ing Star, In which Harbor PollLomau
Larsen Is inclined of attempting lo got
Yo per head from Captain Sttnsou ot
tho ship llalicock for n crow which ho
offeicd to fiirnlBh for tho ship. Lar
son denies tho story In toto and, to
hack up his statement has furnished
tho lliillctln with a copy of tho follow
ing sulf-oxplanatory ufllduvlt which
was sworn tn by Captain Stlnson )tb
Icrday before Notary Public William
Territory of llnuall,
Count) of O.'iliu. tn:
F. U. Stlnson, being first duly
bwnrn, on oath ilopobes and says: That
ho Is tho master of tho American ship
W. K. Dalicock, now lying In tho port
of Honolulu, County nf oiliu, In tho
Territory of llnuall; that I am un
niialntuil with onu, V. Lnrhrn, Har
bor Policeman at Hid port of Honolulu
nforesald: (hat at no time did this do
poncnt, tho said 1. U. Stlnson, muko
uny arrnngcmeiitB with tliu said r
Larson to supply any sailors for tho
said bhlp W. I". Ilabcock, and that any
statement or statements to that effect
mo wholly tintruo and false In oaWi
and oory particular.
And further deponent sajctli not.
T. U. STINSON.
Siibbcilbcd and sworn to before
mo this 3 1st duy of December,
Notary Public, First Judicial Cir
cuit, Territory of Hawaii
The nathea of the Malay Peninsula
havo In iibe tho smallest current coin
In Ihe world. It Is a sort ot wafer,
made from tho resinous julco ot
tree, and Is worth about 1.2000th or
a cent. Tho smallest metal coin In
rliriilnllnii rilftho present day In (ho
I'orttisiicbo IhrcorelH pleeo, worth
(rlUOth of u itnt.
m BROWN AGTED
Van Glesen Denies That
There Was Fraud
Tho uctlon of A. M. Ilrown, when ho
was High Sheriff, In disposing of the
threo pieces of land which nro tho
cause of tho milt brought by C. II
Mullo against Job. W. Pratt wob n
perfectly fair one, according to tho
statement of Ofllcor Vun Glesen. Mr.
Brown took no unfair advantngo of
anhody, and tho Btutomcnts4mado In
tho nccount published In this morning
paper, Mr. Van flleseti sayB, aro Incor
rect and misleading.
Tho caso Is being tried boforo Judge
Do Holt. Pratt Is only nominally the
ilolendant, from having boon Tax Ab
hessor at tho tlmo. Mullo Is to lug to
recover tho lund, which wub sold tin
dor execution In tho tux cuso of Pratt
vs. Mulle, brjnglng tho sum of $rUl,
Tho assessed yaluo of the property In
said to havo been In the neighborhood
Judge Llndsuy, ut. that time District
Magistrate, mado nn order to stay the
execution, but High Sheriff Brown, act
ing under advice of tho Attorney ueti-
oral, dlsicgardcd tho order nnd sold
the land, Vnu alescn being tho pur
chaser. C. W. Ashford, us attorney
for Mallo, protested against tho sale
but nevertheless took part In tho bid
lug for hlo client. Brown unnounc.od
that tho purchaser must deposit &0
per cent, of tho purchnso prlco. Van
fllcsen dcnlcB that Brown went with
him lo Ihe hank mid helped to negn
tluto n loun. It" Is represented thnt
J. A. Mngoon Iiub a porsonul Interest
In tho pioperty since It wub Hold.
Mhbooii, as n witness, was usked by
Ashford to pioduca a paper and ro
fused to do so. Van Gleson stnlca
that this patier wab not, ns n publish
cil account stated, an agrcomont ho
tweon himself and Magoon relative to
handling tho property, but relutcd to
Mugoon's engagement ub attorney for
Tho Court refused to enrorco tho do
niand for the pnpor, suggesting to Ash
ford that ho hud a remedy In procoed
lugs to require Magoon to show cause
why lie should not be adjudged guilty
Has a Big Stock of Toys,
jor. FORT and BERETANIA
will besrln on
when we will offer all Garments In our Celebrated
- ' if i flHK
Angus Aricv Cut Down To
Wlillo theio was enough wind lo
havo caused u great deal of damage
on tho waterfront last night thuro wuh
no sorlous Injury done, us all precuu
lions had been taken in advance and
the shipping men were prepared for a
hcaMcr storm' than that which oc
The most burlous Injury was that on
tho Angus uikl which has hecomo fa
moits through tliu many good times
which were had on It when nt Pcurl
llurbor. Captain Olson ot the Kear
lesB spent nearly the entire night
watching the shipping In the harbor
thinking that tho bcrvlceB of his von
sel might be needed. Ho happened
to glaiiru nt tle ark uml while ho was
looking her Hag poles wero can led
uway, A fewt mlnutea lator he took
unothcr look 'uml tho nrk had been
cut down from u two-decker to u com
pjrntivoly Insignificant craft with only
Several Japanese sampans wow
smashed tip, ivf(er they had luokot
loose from their mooilnga and tho
owners aro bitterly lamenting the lobt
of the larger part f ttiolr worldl)
fi HI. in
MM ill POUGE
Last night was n qulot onu for tho
police uh roiitparcd with tho ordinary
New Year'ii ove and only' a few nr
restB were made. Ofllcor Apanu
In ought In niuo Chlnoso gamblers
whom ho caught In tho act, uml ho
also obtained 25 ccntn In money us ovl
L'd. A. (Ircen nnd Uugono Duvatt
chollo woio arrested about half pabt
10 and ehaiged with violating the pro
fanlty laws, Thoy will appear for trial
1.. O. KorboB nnd M. SantoH wore ar.
rested by Captuin Bowers aud charged
with resisting and pfllcer and thus ob
strutting tho wheels of Justice.
There was no cession of tho Police
Court thla morning owlng'to the holl
day and all the cases will be heurd
Owing to tho had weather tho Assn
(lillini foolball gamcii, which wein In
hmo taken plabo In tho Basoball Park
this ulluinoou huvu biuu postKiii(.d,
I . '
GOT HIS HAIR BACK. '
Was Perfectly Bald When He Started
to Use Newbro's Herplelde.
Frederick Manuel), Maryland block,'
llutte, Montana, bought a hottlo of
Kowbro's Ilcrplcldo, April 6, "9, unit
licKiui to uso It Tor entire baldness.'
Tho hair follicles In his scalp wore not
lead and In 20 iluys ho hml huir nil
over his head. On July'2 ho wrltcB,
"and today my hair Ib as (hick and lux-
Many la the time when a
Handy. .Helm Baked Beans with or without Tomato Bauce Mils '
thla demand to a nicety. They are ready to serve from the tin, for
they are good hdt or cold. Nlee for luncheon on a busy day, for the
lunch basket, for a "bed-time extra." ,
HEINZ BAKED BEANS with Tomato Sauce
HEINZ BAKED BEANS plain , ,.. .,
,' . HEINZ BAKED BEANS VEGETARIAN (no pork)
H, Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
WHOLESALE AGEN TS
WC HAVE JUST RECEIVED EX ALAMEDA OUR NEW STOCK of
50 PIECES OF
I SUIT EACH;
We Invite your Inspection,
WORKMANSHIP AND FIT
B. KERR &
ttrlant at' any ono could wish." Now
lira's Ilcrplcldo works on an old prln
cIdIo and "with a now discovery dc
ktroy tho cause and you rcmovo tho
effect. Ilcrplcldo dcstrosftho.Ko'rm
that causes dandruff, falling hair, and
Anally baldnesB, so that with tho
cause gono tho effect cannot rcmalo.
Stops falling hair at oneo mid n new
growth starts. Sold by leading drug-1
gists. Send 10c, In stumps for sample
to Tho Herplelde Co, Dotrolt, Mich.
Holllstor Drug Co.. special agents.
good "ready-to eerve" dish cornea In
as we emptoytonly white labor.
COMPANY. LTD ,
t'AYINO HAWAIIAN INDUSTRY.
T It B
KANEOHE RICE MILL
and lands adjoining aa a going and
Part of the Ahlo Mortgage.
For Sale At Auction
JANUARY 7, 1907.
AT MY SAl.KSnOOM.
I At My Salesroom:
Saturday. Jnn. 12, 1907. I.nnilK nt Kn-
lenwa, rnpan, l.llllia Street ami
Saturday. Jan. 7. 1907. Tho Alilo
Lands and Interests.
At My Salesroom:
Pantheon Property. City.
Jan. B, 1907, Union Street nnd (Jnr-
den Lane, City.
Jan. C, 1907. Olio sixth Interest In SS
Acres ncRr Wnlalua Mill.
JA3. F. MORGAN,
THE I3ENBERG RESIDENCE
Completely Furnished. I shall 2
glad to treat with other agents In Vii,
matter, hut prlnfclpala must bu parties
Who would Innso for their nun homo:
not for sub-letting. l Kent $100 per
JA8. F. MORGAN,
w FOR RENT.
Houses on Young Sheet, Kinail
Street, Kmma Square nnd Knllhl.
WE WOULD ASK YOU To
.. INSPECT THE FINEST
i i, ii ii
EVER 'SHOWN IN HONO
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fort and Kiit? Sts.
PHONE MAIN 131
J. M, Levy & Co.
KING 8TREET NEAR FORT STREET
PHONE MAIN 149.
At All Watchdealert.
Agfnt for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor.. FORT and KINQ Ste.c Honolulu.
EXPERT M"ANCURINQ ' for ladles
and gentlemen. Scalp treatment
and facial massage, at
MR8. DORIS E, PARIS' PARLOR8,
1156 FORT ST. opposite CONVENT.
TEL, MAIN 473.
For Japanese cooks, waiters, women
for housework and help for day work,
supplied on short notice.
JAPANESE NEW HOTEL UNION,
NUUANU STREET NEAR PAUAHI.