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Pure 5ap Maple Syrup
The Genuine article In Pint and Quart Tins
J. M. LEVY & CO.
Bishop Trust Company, Ltd.
STATEMENT OF CONDITION JUNE 30. 1010.
Cash on hand and In
bank S2.1C I GG
Slocks 8,730 CI
Loans secured by mort
gage on real estate.. 14,401 00
Loans Demand and
time 42,435 90
Furniture and fixtures.. 9,G!C GG
Ileal estate Omco build
" Ing and site ., 2fi,08G G3
Accrued Interest recelv-
ablq , s 437 B3
,,Aasqt other than thosu
- specified above ' 3.412 44
l'nld In G7.C00 00
liability. .. 32,500
Undivided profits ...... 20,899 27
Trust and agency li.il-
ances 92,929 '02
City and fiounty of Honolulu. Territory of Hawaii.
I, Allen V. T. Ilottomley, Secrclaiy of tho lllshnp TriiBt Company,
Limited, do solemnly Bwear that tho nbovo statement Is true to the best
of my knowledge and belief.
ALLKN V. T. IIOTTOMl.KV,
-. . Secretary.
Subscribed and Bworn to before me this 30th day of Juno, 1910.
J. HARRIS MACKENZIK,
Notnry Public, First Judicial Circuit.
4C59 July 1, 8, 15, 22.
Bishop & Company, Bankers
S. M. DAMON
A. V. T. IIOTTOMLF.Y
BALANCE SHEET AS AT JUNE 30, 1910.
Cash $1.0G7,CU3' 8G
Due 'from banks and
bankers ..., 278,331 G3
llonds, stocks and In
vestments 1.S33.48G GO
Loans, discounts and
' overdrafts 2,509,189 24
Real estate and bank '
furnltur , ,.. 61,001 49
Other assets 180,178 9G
Capital and surplus..) 921, 0G8 9G
Due to banks and
bankers '..... 2,102 70
Deposits 4,997,019 02
(Continued from Pn;e 1)
lime bud godU meetings alt along tho
route, tbo pcoplo enrolling under
their banner In large numbers. Wil
liam White and Itcv. John Kallno
have been stumping Central Maul this
week and wilt ranke a circuit of East
Maul with a number of tho Congrega
tional pastors next week, preaching
prohibition. The prohibitionists had
a very large meeting at Walheo
church last Saturday evening. Half
n dozen tempornnce songs from gospel
hymns were sung by tho Wnlhcc
church choir1. The speakers wero
Rev, Jt Kallno, and Messrs. W. White,
J. K. Kahookelc, W. E. K. Malkal, J.
V. Welch, M, Drown, Nuuhlwn Kahale-
ao, C. M. W. Kanul and Mrs. Win. Ka
halekal, president of tho' Women's
Prohibition Club of Walheo. The
president of the Antl-1'rohlbltlon Club
of Walheo wns also present.
Tho prohibitionists also had good
meetings at Watehu and Walkapu on
Siuiday. Mr. William White, Itov.
Kallno, Judge J, W. Knlnn, nnd other
prohibition leaders will hold a big
mass meeting on Markot street, Wat
luku' Saturday afternoon commencing
at G o'clock.
The antl-prohlbltlonlsts are circu
lating a petition asking the license
commissioners to reconsider their do
ctslon tabooing liquor on fourth of
Kuhulul raro track U iu fine condl
tlon now and everything looks pros-.
perous for the Fourth. The horses
aro In flno condition and a butter col
lection of line bred animals were nev
er before assembled togtther In any
part of this Territory. Friday morn
ing would be the liisf fliuu when the
horses will bo exercised on the track
before appearing In public on the
The Makawuo, Pala and llamakua
poko people will hold their regular
picnic at l'nla this year on tho Fourth
of July. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hem? ltobltf
son aro In charge of the lunu for the
hundreds who will attond tho sports
there. Mr. Win. White and other pro
hibition leaders will deliver prohibi
tion speeches on that day nfter the
luau. The Makawuo people have been
keeping the Fourth with picnics, 'ten
uis, polo nnd other sports, for the
past fifty years that It has become nl
tnent as an established annual affair
and cun never be changed
. . Honolulu, T. II., Juno 30, 1910.
! I, Allen W, T. llottomloy, do solemily swear that tho foregoing Dal-nnce-Sheet
represents n true und correct statement of trie affairs of tho
Hanking House of lllshop and Company as at Juno 30, 1910, to tho best
of m' knowledge and belief,
. ALLEN' W. T. 1I0TT0MLEV.
Subscribed and sworn to before me U1I3 30th day of June,' 1910,
J. 1IAIUUS MACKENZIE,
Notnry Public, First Judicial Circuit, T. !!.
4G59 July 1. S. IB.
J. Abadie, Prop. Telephone 1491
777 KING ST.
Projectors for Postcards,
Photos and other opaques.
Will project 0 to 20 feet
from 2 1.2 to 6 feet in di
ameter. Try- one.
"' . HAWAII & SOUTH SEAS CURIO CO.
Sole, Agents' for Hawaii Y0UNQ BUILDING
i..Ji.;. i ..!
For Four Weeks on
Complete Hat" Stock
I02H Nunann St
IS READY WL L - 1
(Continued from Page n W SW T4T1 hSS&J TT ePiIjSvV rr VHI I
from Ihc Pali and pasted onward to III f 1. VWl2i I Ji?fSjr 1 i" w llllfel I
tho open ocean nearly lak'lng persons lfl I W s tJTOl' YV --. XlAf Vti ) III vXf
off their feet Handing on the dam's I I I V tV ItiCr iMMWv. JK'MmXJ&
1"P. t 3J I k-f !$&&? VwCVttV StVX
By far n better Idcn l,f tho Im- TSkU TI V.i Vfe 'i' lt i
mense work ran be gained by stand- & B3fl SJ.I I'wll HM3ftl
Ing on tlm lower sldo of tho dam In- ilj j jm l!iW'tvJj rr"5St!& ' CT'5"i , rli" ' i
front and looking upward to what E 1 lllY .TWi-JJgai A iJvJL F 'i(,J CJi . ) ?
HpiK?ars to be a falrslied moiintnln I II I (l, I A v- 'VfiMP' CJl I A I . 'i
I'rofebsor Abe, ono of the well
known educators of the University of
Wuscda, arrived this morning on the
Chlyo Maru, In charge of the un'l.
vorslty baseball team. Like the other
passengers on board tho liner, he was
unfortunately kept oft port for a
while on account of a suspicious case
which caused the quarantlno ph)sl-
clans to hesituto to allow the big
liner to enter tho harbor.
Professor Abo speaks tho English
language fluently, having been edu
cated In the States, where he grad
uated from noted colleges. He will
stay hero during the baseball season,
The professor is an enthusiastic base
ball plajer, nnd It Ib expected that
he will toko a hand In-tho gnmo
If he finds tunt his team needs his
Mr. Soeda of the Japanese Consul
ate, who was educated at WuBeda,
went out this morning In a launch
to meet- the professor, but unfortu
uately l-e was unable to meet his
REMEDY AT LAW
(Continued from Pane 1)
from I he Pall and pasted onward to
tho open ocean nearly taking persons
off their feet standing on the dam's
By far n better Idcn l,f tho Im
mense work ran be Mined by stand
ing on thft lower sldo of the dam In
front and looking upward to what
Hpienrs to be a fair-sized moiintnln
thn top being nearly at tho zenith
to ono standing at tho foot.
Thp dam Itself covers an area of
eleven acres, that Is (hero aro eleven
acres of ground beneath Its founda
Ion which Is 410 feet thick. The
length of tho top of tho dam Is 2.6G0
feet or a full half mile.
At tho water linn the width of the
dam Is GO feet und wllh water at
this mark eighty acres of land will
bo cocred with 800,000,000 gallons of
In Its construction 20,000 cubic
yards of earth All was done nnd 13.000
cubic yards of rock filling. There IK
In tho center 170,460 feet of riprap
and a largo amount of lumber nnd
concrete wcro used in tho dam, spill
way und tower, Jlhe totnl amount of
concrete being 4,000 cubic yards.
During the flto years slnco tho dam
vi' first stnrts.l Ih-j work Ims wea
thered many vicissitudes but has fin
nlty coino out as n triumph of engl
ncerlug skill and perseverance. At
ono time In n freshet tho water 'rose
behind tho dam to within a scant
dlstanco of the top at that time and
Just a little' more rain would havo
taken tho accumulated water over the
top and wnrhed away tho whole of
the fill on tho loner sldo allowing
the wall lo col I a pie. For nnnic an
xious hours eyes wntched tho water
rise nnd deep breaths of relief were
drawn when high water mnrk wns
touched and no further rlso occurred
Just short If thd top.
To Prevent Overflow.
On the mountain sldo of tho now
reservoir which will hold water for
Honolulu, Is n fcirillway made of con
crete which will take all tho waste
water In cnso'nt n freshet. When
tho water In tho dam reaches n point
thirteen nnd one-half fott below 'Hie
dam top, tho amount which will be
taken nwny through six opening of
tho weir wall (if the spillway will take
caro of nny danger of overflow of,the
In case nil tho openings are closed
nnd tho water rises to tho top of
tho weir wall 1,000,00 cubic feet a
second will flow down the splllwny
nnd save the da'm overflowing.
The material for the dam was
brought from the hills nearby by
means of sluices nnd a roll road work
ed by cnblo. There nro over 1CO.O0O
feet of lumber used In tho construe
tlon work qf the 'trestlo to carry the
spllco and where It crossed tho 'spill
way It was eighty-four feet from the
ground. So great was tho force o!
tho wind on many occasions that tho
wholo trvstlo had to ha anchored
down by wlro cables, on several oc
casions tho steol sluice boxes being
torn up nnd blown sovernl hundred
feet by tho Pall wind.
Ono of tho most expensive ndJunclF
to tho "work was tho raising of water
to do tho sluicing. Two gnsollno en
glnes raised tho water from tho ro
servolr basin to a height of 1G0 feet
and then two nioro engines nnd a
hydraulic monitor took It nnd washed
It into tho flumes for sluicing mate
rials from tho hills.
Nuuanu dam is finished nnd llono
lulu will never want for water dur
ing nny dry season again. It Is pre.
dieted. When tho dam Is full, which
Is expected to take several months,
8,000,000 gallons dally will bo regular
ly used from It for this city.
TD BE PAROLED
(Continued from Pace 1)
Henry for tho recovery of several
hundred dollars which he received
for selling mining stock for her and
whl;h he paid to two of the other
defendants on a bill without her au
thority. The court holds: "When an agent
receives money from a principal for
certain mining stock and falls to
remit sa'mo, a bill In equity for ac
counting is not proper, as there- Is
adequate and complete remedy by an
nctlon at law for money had and re
ceived" The plaintiff is given five days
within which time to fllo an amended
bill, and If such bill Is not filed
within that time, the case will be
Tho regular meeting of Ooo. W, Do
wing post is postponed to tho nrt
Monday In August, on account of In
dependence Day falling on tho first
Monday ( July,
Continued from Pace 1.)
which one of the three members of
the board of Inspectors had made tho
report to parole the men, the Acting
Coverfior declined to stnto.
No action will bo taken by Mott
Smith In regard to paroling these
Japaneso until reports hnvo been re
celved from nil tho members of the
board, and it Is understood that In
cases of this kind tho recommenda
tions must bo unanimous.
The statement that the mbn would
be paroled on Saturday, some (to
leave at once for japan, is wituout
foundation In fact'Even should rec
ommendation to this effect be receiv
ed lato today by the Actlng-Goveru-
or, It Is doubtful if such quick action
would be taken on them us to set the
men at liberty ut once.
Tho matter of tho final accounts
rendered by 'William Savldgo as ad
mlulstrator of tho estate of Frank An
tono, wns continued In tho circuit
court this morning until July 19.
A WIltELHSS received last night
from the 1'acltlc Mall steamer Siberia
gives that vessel's position ns latl
tude. 32:27; longltudo, 137:11; 1300
miles; arrive Monday,
W-WTE have just received a new full line' of BOYS'
CLOTHING. They are made from the newest
models and the most attractive 'patterns. They have
Bloomer Trousers, and the coats are made in mannish
styles.' These handsome suits are made of excellent
quality, and are splendidly tailored. The sizes are ;
from 6 to 17 years or age.
The Prices are from $5.00 to $8.00
sS ' M'fW Ft M fW m'
Beautifully. Trimmed Hats, - $5.00
This is a special price for this sale
Smart Sailors at - - $1.50 to $2.50.
A great reduction in price
A Limited Number of Veils at - $2.Q0i
These are a particular bargain
Dunn's Hat Shop
l'ort btreet just!
(Continued from1 Page 1) .
of the Tcriltorlal immigration Ilu
Tho special agent expressed much
pleasure ut being homo again. He
regretted thnt it wns found pt-ccssary
to shut oil tho tldu of Itiisslan Immi
gration to thesu Islands!
"There wore thousands of Musslaus
ut or near Harbin, our recruiting
headqunrturs who wcro anxious to
Join tho Itusslan exodus to Hawaii
"As It was I was obliged to send
something llku seven hundred people
back to tliulr homes, Many of these
wero gathered from a distance of n
thousand miles from Hnrbln,
"All that I can say Is that when wo
approached (lie Russians at Harbin,
they ono and all signified their do
slro to join us. They wanted to
Improvo their condition, They looked
forward tp finding employment In n
far more kindly climate. I am ut Ions
to explain their altitude toward plan
tation wprk ttftcr arriving ut Hono-i
, 4 '. " . "i
l . T . 1 " i ' ' . ' ! ,
FIHKMAN'S SICKNESS -' " '
(MUSK OF IIEI.AY
A. L, C. Atkinson, spcclul agent for
tho Territorial Immigration Hoard
who has spent, thn past six months In
tho Orient In tho sorvlco of thnt
branch of tho government was keenly
Interested In the latest news from Ho
nolulu' ns tho Toyo Klscn Knlsha llnor
Chlyo Maru camo to a halt at tho
quarantine ground about ten o'clock
this morning. '
"Jack" is returning from n recruit
ing expedition to tho Interior of Man
churia. Ho niailo Harbin, his head
quarters when somu months ugn
ho was ordered to ccaso tho woik of
rccrrdtlng Immlgrnnts from among tho
Russians of Kastern Siberia -
Atkliuou Iiiib bcuii lsltlng (it vari
ous ports along tho China and Japan
coant until tho time that ho took
passago by tho Japanese steamer for
"Wliul's the news," was tho- greet
ing front "Jnck" us (he quarantine,
Immigration nnd customs unicorn
swung aboard tho Chlyo Maru.
Tho representative for tho Immigra
tion board returned alone. No Hus
slaus urrlyod by thu Btcnmcr.
A Japaucsq fireman developed n bus.
plclous Illness shortly beforo tho ves
sel arrived ut Yokohama. When he
was visited by tho doctors this morn
Ing. tho man horo all tho symptoms
of having n contagious dlscaso. Ho
was rvmocd to thu local quarantine
station by tho tender Pioneer,
TJpon the arrival of the Chlyo Maru
at thu quarantine this rooming, stu
was boardod by" Doctors James, Sin
clalr und Marshall. Mrs. Smith, the,
lady medical ofllcpr was also a mem
her of tho boarding party. An In
vesllgatlnn of tho casn 'of illness al
hand canned tho Kvdcral uuthorltlcr
to dispatch tho launch to tho shore
nnd when It returned it brought Dr
Carl Ramus, the Chief quarantine ofll
cer to tho ship.
Dr, Ramus ordered a mlscroscbplca'
cxnniluntlon of thn blood of tho na
tlenf. ami pending this procedure r
strict quarantine was maintained and
tho stcamor dropped her nnchors and
remained outside tho harbor.
The quarantine flag remained flying
hut tho Chlyo Maru came alongside
tho Aluken wharf ut 1 o'clock.
TourtL-en members of tho busebal'
tontn from Wnseda University of To
klo, Japan, urrlvetl by tho Chlyn
Maru. Tho players nro under the
charge of I'rofcssor Abo of that mil
verslty, Tho team lined the rail of
tho vessel nnd exchanged banralt
with n reception committee composed
of prominent local Japaneso who vis
lied the liner by Young Druthers
launch, thu Waterwltch.
Another Honoluliian returning from
a visit to tho Orient Is Tong Kan
thq Chlnesn interpreter connected with
thu redcinl Immigration servlco. He,
has been absent for lx months.
There nro over .two" hundred' first
class passengers on boiifdttthc
koI. ,Wllh the exccptlontofJtlH
ancBo baseballlsts hut fowjwt'
over ut Honolulu. 9HH
Tho Hawaiian I'lantcrajTAs
lion havo 59 Filipino laborers
tho steerago lmssengcrs. WBI
The .Chlyo Maru lirliiKsTotel
Ions of Oriental fielglit fofjllftn'
It Is expected that tho Vewtdl
dispatched for San KrunclicoJ
about 11 o'clock tomorrowTifiS
Lionel Hurt Is Ieavlngfto$
Kuhulul and expects to plars'J
her uf laige 'blocks of ,varioij
torn la oil stocks and.tRr
people on Maul a chnncartoj
oil fever. The qulntetjucco?
win on ngeui.
Laurenco Sheldon, Infantf
llco stortkeepcr SheldoiSI
poison by uilbtnko thl'sTir
sovcroly burnt his mouth?
The, child Is being tren
medical officers und s-fvx
out or danger soon, jftf
Bam I'ack, who IrkScS
Ing opium, appeared 'luf
Homing und had hlstcn
till July S; his bond ,
Two drunks proforrer
their ball this inornlugjInSv
pcarlng In courL "rS&imr.
It wns hqiorted fortnfi?lft
morning that sovoraririotijSd'
it kor unt's liuusqf lugllwl
.Miss Davidson's hvmo?atKfD
Y. It. Custla this mor
125 toward tho entertainment,
Jtay n Honolulu'.' 'JTSPME
Hermnn Fock'o 'and'laabullg
ililo today us iidmtnlstraUirll
mlnlBtrutrlx of tho wlllloflr
mann had their liainesjj)
complalnanls In tho dipt"
for accounting agalnsCWw
nnd W. J. Robinson till
if Mrs, Neumann. An
was done by order of thn,
presented a motion J