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OWING to the late
arrival of many
we shall have many
for the ladies who
visit our store dur
ing the next few
We are pleased to
say that our Milli
nery opening has so
far been a most suc
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO.
p l !'-! !.? l-
pleasures and de
velops your ap
preciation of the
We have Kodaks of every size and price.
If you haven't one a good one pet one now.
Honolulu Photo-Supply Co., Ltd.,
FORT STREET. " EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC "
The Encore Saioon
Try a drink at the new place and
have "MATT" HEFrERN 6erve you.
COR. HOTEL rind NUUANU.
The Best Whiskey on the Market.
' TIIOS. P. McTIQHE & CO., AQEN1S.
101-105 KINO ST.
PHONE 140". P. 0. BOX 755.
The Best In Town.
TEL. 527. ' KING ST.
SAILS 2000 MILES
TO SECURE CREW
Coming In theso Islnmla from tho
Const Willi only n imrllnl crew of sea
men, mid MilpplhK hero :i cruw of na
tives for llio trip hack to llio Cositt
again, Oiiitaln John I'iltz has ihawn
rlown on himself llio Ire of llio pea
men's union. Captain I'iltz expects to
s.UI earl) noxl week fiotn Knhuliit In
San 1'riiiic.lsco In his Bchooner, tli
Tlio Itoliort Seniles, .which Is a
schooner of over f00 toun, was brought
ilown hoio with 11 full loail of lumber
by half a dozen people She wilt i;ci
on tlio leturn 1 1111 In b.Ulunt, mid will
take UH many 111010 imtho boys In her
fotccnstlo. It pructlcilly nmounls to
coining down hero with a ciow. It
might ttltjiosl lie said that Captain
I'iltz sailed 210(1 miles to got a crow.
Tlio men were signed on thin morn
ing befiuo 1'. H. Shipping Commission-
er Almy. Ai) toon art tlio articles woic
signed, Delegate Joseph T. I.lilily. of
the Sailors' Union, came In lo kco .Mr.
"Mr. Almy, I want to ask If these
men are bona lido seamen," ho nalil.
They 1110 ordinary seninou, no-
werotl Mr Almy. "who liavo Mirved
mi steamers more t tin ti tliey li.no on
"Aro you Miie Ibey 1110 not extra
ordinary fe-imen?" Idddy asked, with
1 touch of sarcasm, uj ho departed.
In oidrr to obtain new Ideas and
to Intel cut the public In the work nf
(ho I'loniotlon Committee It wan le
cided at the meeting of that body
yesterday afternoon, to Issuo person
at Icltcis lo various piotnlueiit peo
ple calling for suggestions sunt ton-
At llio came meeting tlio payment
ON OVERDUE LIST
Tho Gorman Rtcamor Nlroinedln.
rontlgnod to Hiickfold & Co., In over
due. Shu Is now Out from Yokohama
two tliivs oer the time In which she
iliould lintc made tho tilp. While flic
should hao covered the distance in
11 days. 10 liavo elapsed since sho
cleared for Honolulu.
Tho Niconiedla Is of the Portland
line, and brings tiOO Ions of freight
for Ibis. port.
Tim explanation of her lateness Is
offered In the fact that she, being a
freighter n'ntl being allowed to tiavel
at only a given speed, would not bo
able to make up time lot,! In a storm,
and so might bo materially delnyed by
COAL BARGE FOUNDERS
U. 8. coal burgo Number 1 1 becamo
almost waterlogged In the naval slip
this morning, and, when about halt or
tho pllo of coal on tho birge, piled up
in readiness for the cruiser fleet's coin
ing, outside belli v'as e.illed In mid tint
Biirplus water pumped out Tho tiro
department was called 011, and nil en
gine was kept busy for Mime time, rid
ding llio barge of tho water which was
holding her so near to the bottom of
NEW - TODAY
REPORT OF THE CONDITION 0
THE IIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
HAWAII, AT HONOLULU, IN THE
TERRITORY OF HAWAII. AT
THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS, SEP
TEMBER 23RD, 1908.
JAPAN'S BUSINESS INTEGRITY
(Continued from Pr.se V
you, an a lip, you should do to wan
coin. Tlio money should be wrapped
In a llttlo piece of paper Papers, al
ready marked for tho purpose, tiro kejit
In llio stores for this purpose.
"When Jnpali was opened, It was for
tho meichant classes. Then began be
tween the nations 11 knowledge of each
other which lias glen rise to so much
of ovll report of Jtin.111 There wan
ouc big and reputable bouse doing bus
luess In a number of the leading cit
ies of .Tnpnii, which the government
attempted to persuade to go to Yoko
hama to do business with foreigners,
and this they refused to do. Tho way
In which they heard the foielguoru car-
Ixians nml Discounts.?
Ovci drafts, secured and
V. S. Ilonds to sccilio
U. S. Ilonds to secure
U. S. Deposits
Other Ilonds to secure
U. 8. Deposits ....
Premiums on U, H.
Ilonds, sccuiltlcs, etc.
Hanking, house, furnl
tutc, ami fixtures..
Due from State Hanks
Duo ft 0111 approved re
bel vo ngciits
Checks and other cash
Notes of other Nation
Fractional paper citr
lency, nickels, and
Lawful Money Reserve
in Bank, viz.:
Spcclo ...$500, IS" CO
Legal - ten
der notes 130 00
lledcmpttoii fund with
II. 3. Treasurer (C
of circulation) ....
of a prlio of M) for tho wliiulng ,c,i 0 hiislnoss In tho open ports did
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture FrarainK a Specialty.
503 S. BERETANIA ST.
When you get
us to mnko
Our $25. suits
Flora Parndn pouter design was nil
tliorl.ed, anil Mis. 1'iniiees K. Head
ier was engaged In bo the Commit
tee's l.o.s Angeles rcpiescntatlvo dur
ing tho nhseiiee of l.lod Chllds.
Secretary Wood fctnted tluit Irriga
tion Commissioner Newell would bo
iskeil to nddicsa tho Committee, iih
II was uudeistood that ho bad a list
of names of substantial farmers who
wanted lo settle In a mild climate,
and that he wished to consult with
tho Committee,' about this.
Wood exhibited 11 series of Vol
eami photographs, which will bo sent
In W. W. Hun Idge, who Is engaged
lu painting a r.erles of ejeloramlc
lews of the wnudurs of tho world for
tho Seattle Imposition
Judgo Dolo ntatcd Ibis morning
f that ho wiiuld probably not bo
t nble to render tho decision In tho -f
f o.iso of tho Uplled States vs. tho
f Ilaloakiila Itauch Company befoio
noxl .Monday. t
The Hiipplemeiitiiiy briefs liavo
f not nil come In In 1110," ho said -f
f this moinlng. Tho now phaso of -f
tho matter which has been raised, -f
f that of tliu constitutionality of tho
Aft of Congioss, will piobabty -t--f
mean that tlio Hupicnio Couit of -
tho United Stales will et luno
to mako a decision after I liavof
f reiiilercd my opinion. It Is a coo-
-f Kttliilloml matter, mid tho So- -f
f prenio t'ourt of Ibo United Slutcu -r
la llio Lift resort.
Tomoritiw tho Alllolnnt hcliolarshtp
l'ilr takes placo at llaalelea l.awn.
Tho sale of tlekets has been very sat
Isfaelory and all Indlealloim milul to
a moat kiicecsKful event. Tho object
of Ibo Ial- Is In pay for boarding
fcholnrbhlps at Ibo popular Kiilmukl
bchool, thero being aliendy sovcral do-
bervlng appllcautH for tho iiamo. At
present tho school iimnliorii aro run
ning lownnls the hundred mark nml
tho iiitcrctt In llio Institution which
Is being taken by prominent citizens
augurs well for Its futiiie. Tlio fol
low hit; Is 11 list of tho ladles who aro
Hawaiian I.uueli Mm. Haua Hoyd,
Mrs. II. Hi. Ayros.
Hawaiian Talilo Airs. M. II. Kahea,
Mrs. K. Nahnolelua.
l.t'iiionado mid leo Cream Mro. I.
Flower llo'illi Mrs. Paulino N. Kv
(lypsy llooth Mrs. liana Kanlou N.
Fruit llooth Mrs. h. Keoboknlolo.
ColTeo Hoot b .Mrs. J. A, Itlchardson.
Crab llooth Miss Irene Hoyd.
Oltlu Hhows .Mrs. N. laiiken,
Tho Fair wlllconiijioncy at 11 o'clotk
and close ut ! p. 111.
to give you a Ten Days' Free trial
in onhr to prove to you that the . p
GEO, A. MARTIN,
BOOT and SHOE MANUFACTURER 1
By the Latest Improved Machines,
Men's Soles, 75 cents (sewed);
Men's Heels, 25 cents.
Repairing Neatly Done.
240 NORTH KING ST.
4000 Green Hoofing Slnta 10"xl0".
r00 One and Two Prone Iron Fonca
1 2S-gulIou Drum Commercial Eth
er. 1 C.iRtlinn Fitting with Flanges,
for 12" Wrought Plpo.
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.,
145 King Street. , Phone 211.
A Rare Opportunity
The Government recently paid 40o
per square foot for a strip of land on
the corner of Judd and Nuuanu Sts.;
and less than, 80 feet from it. facing
Jull St. nnd opposite Mr. Olive Da
vies' residence I am authorized to of
fcr for Sale a lot 92 x 42 on Judd St.
at 20o per Square Foot, together with
a small 6-room Cottage on same, all
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDG. 74 S. KING ST,
not ulense them
Tho Bpcaker showed that It bad been
the less desirable elnsses of merchants
who did business nt tho open ports, anil
co thero bad been somo foundation In
this respect for the leportn of low bus
Iness Blandartls among the .Inimncso.
"Hut, ho milled, it was the samu
rai who gave (ho moral tone to llio
community, nnd somo of the merchant!!
wcru us hoicst as tiny In our own
Ilo gave soino Interesting cxnmplcc
to Illustrate tho point.
Itov. do Forest Iben outlined some
thing of the effort which .Inp.in linn
made for two decades to uplift llio
commercial status nf tho nation, mid
to educate the people in tlio principles
of western business honesty. Ho re
ferred' to tho ciowd of Imsiliiesa men
from tlio Coast which leccntly went
through here on the Tenjti Marti, say
ing that tie thought a great deal of
good would couio out of their trip It)
Then bo denounced Ibo stories of tin
necessity of the employing of Chlncso
cashiers lu banks. "They uro silly
slander of 11 great nnd friendly nation.
There Is 110 truth In Ihcin." Ho ap
pealed to Ktlllor Hliolia or tho Hawaii
yhlnpo to hold up his liund If ho know
or any cases of the sort, and Mr. Sho
ba kept his bands to himself.
Ho spoko or tho resolution recently
passed by the Senttlo, Chamber or
Commerce, lu faor of tho same Immi
grations laws for Japan 11s aie lu
rorco In regard to other nations. "This
talk W war with Japan last year blazed
out lu llio Stntes In a way Hint amazed
me nnd inatlu 1110 ashamed ot my coun
try." Impressing a hopo that It would
bo hushed up, ho atldotl, "It Is a
species of mob psychology, proving the
ubillly of 11 sensational story to get
control of 11 wholo nation. Wo liavo
a gicat friend lu Japan."
Ho further leferred to tho opinion
that Japan fought tho battles or the
Anglo-Saxon races in tho war with
Hiissia, ami paid 11 tribute In tho com
mercial riitiuo which ho believed Jn
p.111 would have.
Mason Mllcholl was, then Introduced,
and inntlo n short but Interesting talk
on commercial conditions In' western
and central China, whero ho has been
lor Koinu (line lepresoutlng American
Interests, biicIi as thoy, tiro.
Ilo Htiessed tho rnct Utt thoro is
llttlo Ameileiiii trade thoro, and iiinde
very piactlcnl suggestion lu icganl
to llio Introduction of American gootls,
in that llio Chinese urn unfamiliar
wllh our products nnd would buy If
the goods weio presented for Inspec
tion, icconuucndlng tho sending of
agents (here, as In tho wholo of the
western part of thu omplro thoro aie
but a few foreign, icpresentitllvea of
Capital stock paid In. .$
Undivided profits, le3S
expenses and taxcJ
National Hank notes
Dividends unpaid . . .
subject to check . . .
Demand certificates of
United Stales deposits
Deposits of 11. S. dis
bursing officers . . .
Liabilities other than
those above stated.
Territory of Hawaii,
County of Oahu, ss:
I, 1.. r. reel:, uasnier 01 1110 aoovc
namctl bank, do solemnly swear that
llio uliovo stntcment Is true to the
best of my knowledge and belief.
(Signed) I.. T. I'KCIC,
, 1 .anion who have pinmlscd cakes
uir too Aiuoinni rnir tomoriow nro ro
fltiestetl lo deliver them before U n. m
AUTO and CARRIAGE
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
Merchant St. bet. Fort and Alakea.
M. P. ItOHINSON,
O. P. CASTI.K,
W. It. CASTI.K.
Subscribed and sworn to beforo nm
this 2nd day or October, 1908.
FItANK F. FKltNANDHS.
LARGE STOCK. LOWEST PRICES.
Coyne Furniture Co.
King Street, Ewa of Fiihmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Call and hear it and see what
you can make it do.
BERGSTROM MUSIC COMPANY, Id.
J. M. LEVY & CO.
King St. near Bethel. Phone 76.
Pau Ka Hana
IN THE HOUSE.
Auto for Hire
MANUEL REI3. Call, up at any
time by telephone any one of these
numbers: 290, 200, 1097.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST
WILL NOT LEAK OR BLOT OR STAIN THE FINGERS.
It won't became it can't; the Lucky Curve won't let it,
., Call nml ask us for 0 PARKER PEN to try out.
NEWS CO., LTD.,
Large Mew Shipment of
IN GLASS JARS.
Every Grocrr Has Them Now.
Insist on getting tliem
VHHMP fSsBEiJW j&I?
Too Fat for Comfort !
will reduce your weight and keep you in a healthy con
dition. It is used here vith (,'rcnt success.
SOLD ONLY BY
BENSON, SMITH & CO., Ltd.
Hotel and Fort Sts.
are low-priced, yet
good ami strong
the ideal shcc3 for a
We hava Buster
Brown Shoes for
Girls, Misses, nnd
REGAL SHOE STORE,
M'CANDLESS BLG. King and B:thcl
Good Fo!hs TaRe
's a Good Skia
If it's painted by . v 1
The Paint Shop. 131 KiiiR St.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town. '
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts.
134 Beretanin near Pert St.
in an automobile is jnst the th!nf.
Call up 200 3S8 or 1458. and ask
C. H. BEHN
Choice FERNS, HOSES
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FL0RIEST, HOTEL YOUNG Bui
Telephone 339. . ,j
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