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STATEMENT OF CONDITION, JUNE 3D, 1909.
Cash nn hand an.) In bank . .$ 09 079.02
Hi. nils li.lWHiii
Slocks ninl other Invest
Mortgagor secured by I al
Ubtlllc 17,0". 5
Loans, demand ninl time . .22..922-4'J
l'nriiltiiro mill fixtures .... 8 507 3J
Accrued Interest receivable. 2.441.0
Other asi.c In 14,528.3.:
f,'i paid In. .
llalilllty .... IOJ,M0.no
t'ndlvldcd piollts 2! CIt'j fi4
Tnisl ninl agency-accounts. 2.V2 181.02
Other liabilities 894.80
Ithe Slgcl liomc mid continued Ills
associations with t ho (ill I until IiIh
love became violent. Then, from
what can bo lonined, Hie futlier for
bade the Chinese to visit the house.
I It was then that F.lslc, although
,ufruld of tier admirer, deserted her
home. That the girl rut her family
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HSr LOVe POT UnineSe rated In the following note. Ululated.
Led E sie To Leave
Teitllory of Hawaii. City
and Comity of Honolulu.
I, A. X. Caiiiitn'll, Tieasurcr or the Henry Wutciliou-u Tins! Co., Ltd.. do
Milemnly swear tli.il the ahovu statement In lnic to the best of my knowledge
A. X. CAMPHKLL. Treasurer.
Subscribed aiiijwuin In hefoic me this 30tk day of June. 190!!.
4331 July 1, IS, 29. Xotniy I'libllc. Klrat Jmllcliil Circuit.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd,
which wax found In Leon's effects:
I "You seem to be glowing cold to
me. Just think of the sacilllee I
made for you, my family, my fi lends.
I'ur God's sat,e, don't foisaKe me.
Story of Mission Worker.
I The young woman was about 20
IIS SLiNUAY MHcIUL W0F.K Xr old. This morning rioronee
I Todd, one of the. missionary workers
In the Chinese Kecilon, who Identl-
lled .Miss Slgel's bod), told the police.
- oiiLinB Found to Have Had Many ,,,.,(,,,,, ,.,,., ,,,, tu, Clllllm, ,,,,
Alliam.es Warnini' of Par
Xi:V YOUIC June 19. Until a
dapper, stockily built Chinese, well
educated, and when last seen dress
ed In ii black suit of Ameilcan cut, to fc.lr ,,coil( nMa tchIcI said
been thiown lunch toKether for u
few yea is mid that I. con was gicutly
enamored of the girl, that he was In
tensely Jeulous of her and disliked
her to iccelve the attentions of oth
er men. Thin li.nl caused Miss Slgel
STATEMENT OF CONCITION, JUNE 30, 1909..
A8SBTS. t LIAIIILITIKS.
Cash on linnd mid In .Capita".
Uanl, $ SO, 327 20 Snb-cilbeil ... $100,000.0(1
Honds 4.597.00 IMI.l In .. .. $ OJ.Snil.nu
Stocks 7, 740. SO Stockholders'
Loans secured by molt- llillility .... 3S.SOO.00
gage on real estate... 13.C7G.07 Undivided piollts 10.S3I.40
Loans demand unci time 42.S1S.SC Trust and agency bilances. 11S,175.0'J
rurnltuie and flxtmcs.. 9,139.10
Heal estate offlce build
ing and site 2C,0S0.(,3
Accrued Interest lecolv-
Assets other than those
specified above 2.943.08
Is under an est and put through the
police Inquisition known as the
'third dcgiee," It Is likely that the
minder of Klslo Slgcl, granddaugh
ter of General Kr.uu Slgel, Civil War
hero, will remain unsolved.
Leon Hlng, alias Leong Lee Llm,
alias William L. Leon, alias William
I,. Lion, a conversted Mongolian res
lam ant pioprletor, admirer of white
women and lover of Klsle Slgcl, Is
Hie man. Hut when or how he left
Xew York while the girl's body lay
ciauiped and decomposing In a bat
jleud trunk In tlio stuffy little room
'lie formeily occupied, lcmalns to be
I learned. With him Is supposed to he
his companion and erstwhile room
mate, Chung Sin, who may ho able to
thinw some light upon the murder.
Some. leports sny that both Chl-
$194,229.50 $191,229 53
City and County of Honolulu. Territory of Hawaii.
I, Jan. I Cockburn, Tteasurer of the Wallop Xi list Company, Limited, do
Milemnly swear that tlio abovu .tdatoinoul Is truo to the best of iny knowl
edge and belief.
JAS. L. COCKUUItX, Tieasurer.
That Leon had other correspond
ents than Mins Slgel was dlscoveicd
when between 1,300 and 2,000 let
ters, mainly fiom various women In
Xew York and other cities, were
found In his loom. Among the num
ber were a number signed "l.lsle,"
which were des;rlbed by the pollen
as love letters, The contents of
most of them wete not levelled by
A note hook belonging to Leon and
containing the names and uddi esses
of hundreds of women was found In
Leon's room, One of the disco, eilcs
icgarded as significant by the police
Is that Miss Slgel's shoes and stock
ings were not found In the room
wheio her body was dlscoveicd. It It
Inferred from this that she had been
kept n pilsoner there nnd that her
footwear was ttikcn from her to pre-
ncse mo on their wny to Vancouver,
via Panama, but this rumor Is only vent her fiom leaving' the loom.
"" or many- Three Susnects Held
Left Home for a Chinese. Several Chinese wero examined by
lew minder cates In .New lorlc coroner Haiburgcr today at the pre
nave oeteloped more lapidly, and ul Hmliiury inquest to Klsle Slgel'a
LAST CHANCE FOR rllLO'
Got your tickets for the grand tsenr
mIoh to Ililo mid tlio Volc-iim' Ym
will have flip Hum of )onr life. A
imee iitul icpicseulalUi1 rioud has al
eady nivciiii'tl tickets for tilt blii
event ami I licit' Is still mom lor new
comcix. Man of the excursionists mi
taking mattu'sfCH on the deck by pre!
crcnce and there is mom foi a hundred
or more to go that way. Thu deck Is
protected and with the flno weather
now pmwillliig this will lie a very com
fortah!c way of traveling
All hitcrt icpotts from the Volcano
rtate that It Is very ncllvo mid visitors
mc pmmli.Q'l a grand oNidbltlou. The
Volcano lloii'.i' Is pmpircd to reecho
tlio guests and the management will
look well after their comfort.
I.oi-o no time In getting your tickets.
That Ih thu nihli'u of thu lutur-Isl in.t
Stcuntxhtp Company. I'irst come, llrst
Hemember, thu round trip to Hllo Is
only $15.00. If you waul to coiillnuu
on to the volcano and see Ullo too.
you calf do so for $10 extra, This, price
includes all ordinary uxiictises at tlio
Volcano House, such as lioatd mid
lodging, etc. ,
Como on In the water's flue.
Subscribed uud sworn to lieforo inv this 30th day of June. 1909.
J. HAItlllS MACKKXZIi:.
.Notary Public, Klrst Judicial Clicult.
Bishop & Co., Bankers
S. M DAM OX
A. W. T. llOTTOMl.r.Y.
CRICKETERS ARE HARD
AT WORK PRACTICING.
The cricketers nio getting Into
line fettle and ure much worked up
over the prospect of a match with
the .Maul team. Thero Is much prac
tice going on now-u-days, and, what
with the soccer men also hard at
work, the Maklkl ground looks very
animated every evening.
The defeat that tlio II. C. C. team
got at tlio hands of tlio Dlshop &
Co. bunch has levived the Interest
in tlio gamo a lot, and now that
llicro Is bomo other team to try con
clusions with, tlio old players nio
wondering when they nio to have an
oiioortunltv to wlno out tlio stain
the same tlmu come no neaier solu death, and tliieo of them wore, In dc-mf defeat anil recover tlio "ashes."
lion than thu Slgcl mystery. Tlio fault of $1,000 ball, hold as material t,e last match Andcisou had
mysterious phases of the girl's life witnesses. Olio of them was On .haul luck, as ho' miss hit a fast one
weio biought out today: her appar-. Wing, .who accompanied Sam Leung, iiuiil skied It to Sinclair, who easily
cut craze for mission work among the rebtaurnnt piopiletor, when the j hold It. With Anderson once set.
the Chinese; her associations with latter went last night to notify the J the local team should knock up a big
thu man who Is supposed to havo',,0tc 0f the mystery In tlio looms ! total, that Is If somo una clso can
killed her, and lastly tho fact that It Sam Leung Is n cousin of Leon and keep up tlio other end whilst tho lo
was on his account that sho loft hor roulil not ho found by tho police Int- ciil Trumper makes tho inns,
homo on Wednesday, Juno 9. Cr when they wanted to question Tho Maui team Is said to bo fairly
It has also come out that tho girl's hi,,,. strong and Bhould be able to glvo
mother, fcuvv piobtrated, according An autopsy performed by Coron '(,, men a hard game befoio the
to icports, and In a hospital, had cr's Physician O'Hanlon today ;btu,iips me di awn. Still wo nil cx-
(hcen fcairul of her daughter's safety hrwught the statement fiom the phy-' pect to bco tho II. C. C. como hack
ever since the gill's ills.ippcniance, hean ,hat in Ills opinion asphyxia W'h thu Maul scalps at their waists.
and had searched Chinatown day had been tho cause of Klslo Slgel's ,
after day without success. Tim death. Tho orcans also Indicated ttvtvt nr Tjrmnwri
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imuner ami raui oigei, uie lamer, that poison might have been admin-
nie hoping against hope, however, istered. The physician was tumble,
'dinging to the evasive clew that a t tc how long thu girl had been
telegram signed "K, 8." was sent dead.
'fiom Washington, I). C, on tho fatal As to the motlvo for the murder
.Wednesday. This message lead
Our Midsummer Sale of
Begins Thursday, July 1st
Whitney & Marsh
ilfii- .lirtii.it lltn , J01'.
lojd ConV-lIng,ir"llr I'ounds and should hold lili
.'irltory of Ha-1 "''-' Wl,llB '""' 1)0 " "l"n ''orse
are four entiles for the event, viz..
Ilaioulcn, Major Collier. Weber and
Waring. Tlio latter two are nut
known, but there Is no need to write
f tli.i iL-if in ititi fti I itii tn ii nil 11i ii Mil-
r,.... n- '..i.ii. ,i n,n Jor. The maie allows thu Major
VlUtVlllfl !. ;iohiii; rir""i '
CouitnlKrtluiiH of UnvKt M
nu Trn-lulll tit tt (tin fill
wall, and for Marston Campbell, asjtat will upset the pot. and the s.imu
Surveyor and Coniimsslonei of Public ,'", ""'' of Mmi'iger McClellans
Lands. Mr. Campbell Is now duporln-
tcndemi of Public Woiks, CummUslon
er of Public Lands and Surveyor Tr.n
The trotting or pacing laco should
ptovldo good sport, and of tho bunch
Governor al signed thu cuiuii.Uitli.nH ",cre1 oUl Wl,l,1 J- "",l1 , u; "'
of John II. Craig and Wlll.ud R. liro'vn.
who commence their now term us mem
hers ol thu llouul of Llcctiso Commis
sioners today. Kdward Desha of LI-
Heal st appear, on paper, to have the
best chance of annexing thu prl.u
Yainanagn's Johnnie seems to
hue has been appointed to bucceod him- have a mortgage on the fifth race,
self as a inci'ibei of the Kauai Hoard ""'I. If '" s B01' condition as hu
Lleeiu Ct'inni.ssloiiei s.
JULY 4TH AT HIL0.
was at Xow Year time, should liavo
no difficulty In disposing of tlio
'tlatms of tlie other three candidates
for premier honuis.
I Mujor Collier und Indigo will meet
once more In the sixth into, which Is
over a thioc-quuiter mile Jouinej,
I'f Indigo had
IS GOING STRONG.
DALANCE 3HEET AS AT JUNE 30, 1G09.
CukIi i 'J IS 'Jim; .1.' Capital and Surplus $
Unci from Hanks and Hank- Hue to UaiikH and ll.inkuis
UIH ill SIMI..11 lil'poMHH
Honds, Stocks mid Invest- .
incuts -fT lOii.lli.OS
Loans, Discounts and Ovei-
Ileal Kstato and llauk I'ur-
Other Assets 100,218.03
Thu Idea of icvlvlng rowing nnd
shell lacing Is catching on and a
meeting will bo called In tho near
rif tlm in nnilni.nt nlilt(niA unnrtu ni-n
letter to Leon th.eatenlng him If lie gcttng ,ntorellC, , 10 gclleme of
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inc nu ico.nm iiicuiieii in uu-cii ui , , .h, .... ,i. ,..,,
ll'lll I... !.,., c l.. .... ,..,. . . . .,... ... , . iu"" " ui".u i"u Hiiittui,
.in. iiwiui: niiuwiij wi luun, jealousy nnu men iovu mania. .v
'uon t worry.
1 Tho father, as far as can tin learn- ,,,uii..,i i iiu ..tin.(i,,nu i in., trtrl
cd. huirled to Washington today to Wllg m0ng tho mlhslvos found. In
i37.r.2u 72 1 ileK'i-tnluo whetlier the tulegiani was Chinatown a CelcUlal known as
1 4,302.08 ,t""1 "v "lli o-iugnier or as a iiiinu. Yung Hlng Is known to have admired
3,982,257.02 1'" I""'1" maintain mat it was sent the girl.
,liy a Uhlncsc quickly after the mm- one of tho queorcBt tangles of tho
case, thu peislsteut lefusal of tho
Honolulu, Juno 30, 1909.
I Allen W. T. Iiottomley do solemnly swear that tho foiegolng balance
bheut repicscuts a tiuo and conect statement of the affairs of tho Hanking ;ous
House, of I1IbIioi and Company as nl June 30th. 19(19, to thu best or
kliovviodgu mid belief.
ALLK.X W. T. IIOTTOJILRY.
Siiliscilbed and bvvoiii to lioroiu mu this 30th day of Juno, 1909.
J. IIAHHIS MACKKXZIi:,
4351.3t " Notaly Public, I'irst Judicial Circuit.
Ider as a nise.
I Leon, oi Lion, and Chung Sing, paieuts to positively Identify
luvesiig.ition snowed today, conduct- body
led four reataiiiants In all one near -rim mutiintPil fiirm lies unclaimed
Kort (leoigu, on the Hudson, not far the Moigue, and If no action Is
I from the Slgel home In the llmnx; takcn by the family Klslo Slgel may
.lone at Coney Island, nnother at Pat- , j,in led In tho potter's field.
; eisom X. J., and another at Xoifolk, i A West Slioro Hallway employe
lv". 'Ttold tho police tonight that ho saw
Chinese Received at Ho.rp two Chinese, gaihed In American
Llslu blgels enliy to the mysteil- ci,,t.Si p-ivng the city on n ferry
ways of the Chinese ciiiue ICIll ,, Wcdneidny night
through her mother, who was long -
Identllled with Sunday Schools and TWO MILS' DIIOWXKD Vancoit-
iiiIbsIoii woik In Chlnntown In HiU vcr, II, C Juno 0. The bodies of
wuy thu gill camu to know viiiIoik two men, nged about 18 and 25,
Clilneec, anil when Leon, whom she and a cauoo weiu found ut 11 o'clock
met at the Koit Ueoige lesort, he- this morning on thu bhnru nenr tho
camu attentive, hu was lecelved In Point Grey wliuless station,
having n day's racing at Pearl Har
bor, and there Is no doubt that such
nn Idea pioperly carried out would
diaw a gieal ciuwd to tho penin
The King Is most enthusiastic
about tho revival of lowing, and as
.-. . , , , .'.I. i mo vuisiiy uiuu men aro ininiiing
was unchnnged Into tonight. . ... ,. .,.. ,,
will soon bo bomcthlng doing In tho
most healthy and cleanest of spoils.
(Continued from Pase U
freo for all; purse $250 1, Dano
nlcu, O'ltourke; 2, Wcbor, McClel-
lan; 3, Adrian Lacouvreur, McClcl- and at even weights.
Ian; I, J. T Molr; 5, Houlon, Judd; ten pounds ndvantagu in thu weights
6, Waring, Warren. the race should be a very closo one.
Dcclaiutlous of withdrawals must ICastcrboy may pioro a surprise, and,
be made before G p. m. of June 30. In the event of Collier not btartiug.
Kiom the above lists It will be may pull down the pin be.
seen that homo sixty entries have The thrcc-quuiter mile Vrec-fot-nll
been lcieivod for tho various events, looks a gift fur tho maio fiom the
No less a sum than $5,?25 la hung toast It sho starts, hi fact; the main
up for the geo gee sprints, and us Is entered for bo many races that It
thoru is a lot of extra prlzo money looks as It her owner can pick uud
for athletic events as well, tho to- choso any event he wanls to land,
tnl amount to ho competed for runs Ynmanagn, who Is a sport .from
to ovor $0,000. way back, has another good one In
Tho lliBt throo events of tho open- tho 14-hands race for Japanese hois
Ing day aro very open, and It Is es. Charley is tho nag's name, and,
hard to oven suggest a winner. Judging from the lepoits of his do
The Japanese horses are nut well lugs alongside Johnnie, he bhould bo
known, and, with the exception of able to hold tho test of tho Held safe
J T the hunch In the second nice over the distance,
am about tho bnme. Tho ninth inco over dvo-olghths
Tlio fouith race, for which thcio of a mile has gatlieied thu largest
nio four entiles, slinuhl icsult In a Hold of the day, uud nu less than six
duel between Major Collier and good hones urii cnteicd for it. Again
old ludlgo (If he starts), and 'tho Jl.inonlc.i looms up like a toich, and
llist-nnmed may win. s unless McClellan's new Impoitntlou
Tho next event on tho piogrnin Is or Warren's Waring can do tho trick,
tho live-eights mile' freo for all,' tho mate (If lit) Bhould walk In.
which carries a purse of $500. Thero Tho whole piogiam Is a credit to
mo flvo entries, and Hanonlca and tlj'o Crescent City, and ono that n lot
Major Collier stand out tho most of people would like to Bca dupllcut
piomlnently. Which ever starts cd In Honolulu on bohio public hull
Bhould win comfortably from Weber, day.
Monday, July 5, will bo tho big . -
day and no less than nine races for . j. L LAM0REAUX,
a total amount of prize money run-'
nlng up to over thlrty-two hundred PIANO AND PIPE ORGAN
2J BULLETIN ADS PAY
dollars will bo competed for.
Tho big rncu will bo the Mer
chants' stakes, which will bo run
over a mile ami a quaiter. Thcio
TUNING AND REPAIRING.
Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd.
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