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nOKOLULU . STAR BULLETIN, MONDAY, JAN. TJUIOU.
I--: v. ;. : .''f ' Police Notes LOCAL ATaCEnEOAL nsFiijj V:, .-- -r ' t If 4 1 A- r Jr-. : j; Vill Qaencb That Thirst life LooK for the Trade-MarK ili! JAPANESE LABOR ORGAPIHS. AROVALHDST The tiea ; that 'bind Japanese and Americans In many complex business MAUI IS ALIVE FOR THE FlRE . j (Continued rrom page one) ' REGULARSWItL ISSUE ARMS TO relations were fresblyr cemented yes- rugar prices. Also the fact that a terday upon occasion of the annual large amount of construction work gathering and banquet of members of 'such, as railroad building, tunnel coa the Kyowa-kal, one of the largest and (structiori on some big irrigation proj- roost Influential labor organizations ;ects, and road building out or loan among the Japanese in the Hawaiian Islands, given at the picturesque gar dens at Tokiwuyen on Nuuanu' street, ,Toranoauke Mlsusakl being master of ceremonies and welcoming a delegation- of 30 visitors in behalf of the order. fund, ' which was under; way a year ago but has for the most part been completed, thus letting a large num ber of laborers : out of . employment, has little or no connection with the depression In the chief industry of the territory. Nor aeain. are -the nneer- iMIsusaki, Editor Sheba of the Shin-Italntles 5 besetting the Immediate fu ture of the . pineapple industry to be attributed f directly, at least) to the" po and , Hon. Norman Watkins made , the principal addresses during ; an arternoon of feasting and sociability. fcheba spoke ,f or a more perfect unity f between the. races. He cited many in- stancea-of the pleasant relations exist ; Ins ' In the.- Islands. The journalist - hoped for. a' still better understanding. ' In . behalf :pf McCabe, Hamilton and - Renny, . with ; whom" a larger, part;. of the4 Japanese present were associated. Then ' Norman Watkins made a stir ring address. In which he took occa- ; sieff to warmly praise the. members of v Kyoxa-Kai for their unfailing . loyalty to, their employers. ;. : :. ; A tempting. menu, distinctively Jap- , anese, .was faultlessly and lavishly served to a" gathering numbering more , than .200, persons Identified , with the shipping Interests at the port of JIo nolulu. . It was at an early hour In the 'evening thatUhe party dispersed. . The guesta .of Mr. Misusaki and the "Kyowa-Kal included ': representatives from the several shipping agencies at Honolulu; also port officials and mem bers of the Japanese and -American ' press. Among those Invited ;kwere:', ' Harbormaster William Foster, f Fred-, erlck, Klebahn, Charles H. Atherton, : John 1 1. Drew, Charles Spence r, H&r .; borof Hoer Alfred Carter, L. B. Reeves, ; G.' li. Paul, William H. Camorson, Rep. Norman Watkins, Tom McLean J. B. ' Guard, Charles Peterson, Cap tain H. B. Reiley. Captain Archibald MacphMl, James Shaw., Ed ward Mur; 1 my, John Baker, Pail ; Aloldenhauer, I Wentworth M. Buchanan, and others. The ; Mid-PacISc orchestra and. a V bevy' 'of "pretty Japanese; maids v as sisted in the passing of a delightful afterenoon by instrumental and vocal " selections. , . -... -i.- r ' Attorney-general , Thayer .' received , Trord todar throush. High Sheriff TVil llam Henry, of the death-In Japan of JMorlto; Caiza,'.. the Japanese Whose murder ca.se': became famous'i here years ago 'and was taken up to the r.upreme court "of the United States, Kaizo was : convicted of murder at HHo and served "a Ion? term at. Pahu prison.' finally ;rrcrivin3 Governor " FTears pardon IflEt.Ju'y to perml't ii? ' to -return to hl3 rtive1 land. " Kalko - - was said to be -in, the final, stages of V" consumption -IukI wrnted to go horn ' to die. Death Isv said to have occur ml In Japan November .15. '-a , ;'; 'V4 ? . "' " .To call at Ahukini, for a shipment r-. of sugar, the steamer IV. G Hall will be dispatched at 5 o'clock this even ting. f The vessel .will'. take: passengers - ani mall for Jvaual ports. ; vk' T7TA- 7l'nTl : A "Tv O 1 SITUATION WANTED. ; ;, Bookkeeper, also capable of handling . correspondence : and v doing general office work. Young man with,' wide ; : local V and malnlaul experienci. Country preferred. . Addressed "f . flclent,' care this office. --v: ' ':'-? .',.5756-6t. i. BURNISHED COTTAGE WANTED. Furnkhed . cottage b : married couple All conveniences desired.. Address rsls months. C. A care StarvBulletla office . ' .::': 5756-2t. v-v. placing of sugar on the' free list ; But of course the general string ency of the money market which has existed In greater or less degree on the mainland for some months, and which Is being felt all over the terri tory, is doubtless the main cause of the general trouble. . "The banks of Maui, like banks elsewhere, have been holding a tight hand on their money. And here's where the shoe begins to pinch the little fellow the small land holder and. the laborer.: Not only are they forced to dig. up money to pay present obligations, ;but .to jtoo many Instances they; have no recourse . to which theycan turn to get It . . " And; here U' where the mischief of a peculiar and ; very pernicious insti tution come to light.' Among the Japanese cf Maui, and also to a con siderahle extent among : -the Portu guese and other nationalities, Int a good many instances, has grown up a form of gambllhg, or speculation, as many, prefer to call ;jtf known : as "tanamoshi.". It seems, to have origin-J ated with the' Japanese, from which the game gets 'Its ' name, and who are by far 'the. most Influenced by it' It is a tontine,, based upon, the payment of a fixed sum at stated intervals by the members, who In turn bid for the purpose ; of securing the use of the fund thus collected As it is usual ly operated . in this island, ten: men will get 'together-and. agree. to pay into a common fund each month, say $10 each.' The '$100 thus Immediate ly; raised Is ; thereupon auctioned off to the" members, -and the one willing to . pay the highest .-takes : the ; pot If money is scarce! in the crowd, or If there is an element 'of suspicion as to the integrity of some of. the mem bers, . bidding : Is keen,' and the man who takes the fund ; sometimes pays from 25 to 50 per cent for the privilege.-To1 all intents the mbneythus secured is a" loan,- for. the borrower is bound to continue to pay his month, ly dues of ten thereafter without hav ing further' privilege of borrowing, until he has paid in the sum of $100. Each month' is bid for, and the last man of course,: gets .the entire $100, plus, of course,5 all he. may have re ceived, jduringv; the. progress of the game, through his share of : the - in terest payments that is provided th9 tanamoshi survives ,so long. And here is tvhcre.the recenttroubl has come, Wlien j business , generally. : was t good,; many of these tanamoshis are said to have been carried through? without troubles but '; when, hard timed, began ; to pfocOhe various plantation camps; the tanamoshis - devolved into a gen eral financial orgy; Men earning from $20 to $20 per month would be involv ed, in from , halt a dozen to a dot en tanamoshis using - their borrowings from -one to ' pay i thelr dues in the others..- A number or Instances are related; in which common laborers at present time : have tanamoshi debts amounting tof rom $500 to $1000. j With , the slackening of business ! and the completion t- t)tt construction work, a considerable, number pi labor-. era,. involved id these'-games" became i idle ; and pnable : to pay - their assess- ments. Others seeing storma Vahead grabhed Vwhat ,hey ,: could, and struck out for pastures new;- And: thus "was ; a smali-sized ' money ;panlc v Btarted. In the " Paia district ' which seems to , have been one. of "the 'orst hot beds for this form of. gambling, It is diffi cult to learn how many of these ton tines ave gone-to smash in the past Ana -the consequences have been a good deal more far-reaching than might at first be imagined. LOCAL MILITIA . 3 ' . 1 v The national guard of Hawaii is to be issued rifles and equipment imme diately, from the reserve stores of the regular array here. Authority rtp make this transfer was received by cable this morning, by General Fun ston. Thi3 is a big thing for the militia, and means that there will be no delay in equipping the three new companies, and the oMer companies that have been recruited above the number of rifles originally issued. A large con signment oT -uniforms for the guard Is already on its way, so that when the 1st infantry, N. G. H., U called on to take part with the regulars In the Washington's birthday parade the militiamen win be properly equipped. The new issue, which will be made within a few days, will include rifles, bayonets, cartridge belts, .haversacks and canteens. . RAILROAD COMPANY HAD . NOTHING Yff DO WITH PLANS FOR MOVING TROOPS Director-general ; Dougherty .of . the Mid-Pacific Carnival made' the follow ing statement today:. ... . V . "In justice to , the Oahu Railway Company who have unfortunately been drawn into the controversy pertain ing to the moving of troops from Scho field Barracks to Honolulu to take part In the military, parade and maneuvers to be held on Military . day o- that weeEr; I desire to state 'that the, rail road, company was not approached as to the price of thej transportation pf the" soldiers,' or as' to whether, they could move them at all. The impress sicn seems to prevail that - the, rail-, road company had asked exorbitant rates for the number of men to be transported,'; and In ; all, farnes$ to those concerned it i thedeslre oi the carnival committee to put the railroad company;, right, In the eyes pf he,pub-, : ChargcJ wiefturninr loWaharp a corner while operating a motor car. H. E. Hendricks was assessed a fine of $5 when arraigned at police court this morning. s Sheriff Jarrett has appointed J. Bal bbsa as foot patrolman on the police force, to fill the vacancy incurred by the discbarge of Police Officer Kanae. Balbosa assumed his duties today. The estate oX tLe late S4fbVn K. Beaman la valued at a total of $1970, according to the inventory filed in circuit court ' by the Hawaiian Trust Company, administrator of the estate. John Monlz has forwarded a peti tion to the governor asking permla- eion to change hu name, inserting Six Jananes wer mlM unon tn mother's maiden name of SHva as contribute $5 each to the city andj hl nWdle cognomen. He says there county coffers thia mominr followfnri an m a of precisely, the a hearing ar.-.l their conviction upon a! ?atoe that.be experiences. much Hattie Chun Duck and Kalipl Kat lliuli, recently arrested by the federal authorities on a statutory : charge. to reaerai grand jury. Uoth were. re leased oa their personal recognltaace. As a result , of, theactivity of Cap tain of: Detectives McPuffie and his officers, seven Filipinos were "found in a lower Queen street resort,' pjaying at a game in whiclr money, was lost or won. .-Arraigned at police court this morning the defendants were as sessed fines of $5 each, the court re mitting the costs. : Special Officer Calvert, the lynxr eyed sleuth who haunts the water front In the Interests of a protection of 't territorial C' wharves against . pos sible depredations by smokers, gath ered , three : unfortunates ; within the meshes ; of his net today. ' 'iAko Joa quin and Teraoka were placed jinder arrest by Calvert and charged - with emokinz on the" wTiarvM'nntrarv tA the regulations of the harbor commis sion Each Vas assessed a fine of $S, the costs'- having" been remitted. ;: :, charge of gambling. The defendants were found at a game near the corner of Hotel and River street The prematare firing of a charge of; In injuries to Antone GtmUtr y''sjJ was taken to the hospital, where his bruised arm and face received treat ment The police are seeking an enlisted man who is alleged to have taken pos session of hack number 103 on Satur day night aul employed the vehicle in a Joy ride about, the city. .Captain of Police Neflseu .visited Fort Shaf? ter some hours later and, . recovered the vehicle. . , . : For allege! 3evere beating Qf his wlfe,.PunIIei Apio was brought to the Iolice station last , night and this morning was arraigned before District Magistrate Monsarrat The defend ant asked for more time in which to enter a plea. The case was post poned until January 22. Captain H. C. Williams, of the coast artillery, who ran down BenJ.' Souza some days ago while Souza was rid ing a wheel, entered a plea of guilty at police court, and at the same, time stated that he had effected a settle ment with Souza to-the amount cf $8. Wflliams was discharged. ; r - Kerosene as a beverage proved a serious matter. for the 2-year-old child of John, Hushenko1, a Russian who, re TOrted to the police that the; little. One had drunk about half the contents of a pint bottle of the oil. The child was taken to the hospital for treat ment and this 'morning was pronounc ed ouV of ganger. - , ;; Charged with maintaining a -Tbllnd piggery in the vicinity of Moililli ballyparkt Tai Look, a. Chinese, has been landed in the net spread for bUn rby License Inspector Fennell and, ser- eral assistants. TheChinese was re leased on bail pending, a .hearing of his case at district court One ot the officers . appeared under the guise, of a woman and succeeded in toluclng the unsuspecting Tai Look to supply a. bottle of whiskey, ; , - ;s.V -. Mrs. George Gall, through her legal representative, Attorney Straus, de manded a -trial ' by jury when ar raimed at district" court Saturday nnnir k "char ere ; of gross cheat It is The committee of the Humane So ciety in charge of . the' selection of a proper -memorial; for the late Miss Rose Davison. of -which Mrs.. L.; I McCandless is chairman, will meet Friday evening, January 23. to take final action in the matter. The com rait tee Is welcoming suggestions from local persons regarding the memorial. Friday nigh t this week, ls,tlre night of the mass meeting at KalmukL un der the auspices of the Kaimukt Wal- alae and Paloto Improvement - Club, for the purpose of talking -over the present inequality of assessment of the property In that section of the city. Blake it a point to set that date aside, and make it a point to be there. At Liliuokalani school house,. 7:30, : . Charged with using rmndue force In effecting the ;arrest of Americo -,Ro- beiro, a. Porto Rican, ;who on Decern ber 15- was alleged to nave, shot a woman inmate of an Iwilei resort. Po lice Officer Hugo - Kanae - has v been dismissed front the force by Sheriff Jarrett The allegation la- made that Kanae a'so took $12 belonging to the prisoner., Robelro states that the of ficer struck him over the head sever al times while on the way to r the station. ; . y ' ' . -..::-v;;' l iose De La Cruz, for; more than i6 years a resident of : Hawaii, who died at the home; of his daughter,) Mrs. Antone Richards; Jr., Jast night, will be laid to rest in the , Catholic ; ceme tery at, 4- o'clock this afternoon. De La Cjruz was "a native of Guam and, during, his many years In thia city, had worked &s a chef, in the various clubs, j The funeral services will 1 be held from Williams undertaking estab lishment under the auspices , of. the Aloha Lahtii. -; .x . ; vV- The. diferences of. Nettle I I Scott and the Pilipo Bisters over that -Kona aiieeed that the woman 'attempted to r land are hj no means, settled, It secure a' 'quantity , of merchandise : seems. A new case has. arisen, In. clr from: two local) stores by tendering a cult court, entitled A . bill for recia- cbect;' declared-.to; have been'. .-backed aion, jaujease anii fo damagea ircfier 3 7 Oben Stock Dinnerware Patterns make it positive that you can be suited. Let us know your wants we caa supply them. ' , The open-stock idea makes the purchase of a set asy. Buy a few ar ticles todaymore next month, etc., until the service is complete. Thus the outlay will not be felt Dresden R. E. Sharon G. E. Meissen Bl. Bd 0 pa set $15.00. 50 pc'set $19.00 50 pc. set $22.50. V. V. Diniond & Co., Ltd., Thek House of Housewares 53-65 King Street A number of Japanese 'general 'stores In paia were forced to the wall large ly, it is .said, through ' the; private bankruptcies of their customers occa slcned ; by tanamoshi: collapses. Two of, these stores have been able to re sume business, owing to the 'fact, it Is reported, of their creditors being willing to accept some 50 centsron the dollar, for their claims.. -The planta tion stores have also felt the effects of the pernicious; tanamoshi, directly ana? indirectly, and the bed of the plantation store manager is not a bed of roses these days. , And then, as before mentioned, the county has gone. broke." It is stated that the county supervisors are right up against the proposition of keeping the county machinery : running for some four months or. more without a cent It is estimated that some $50,000 will be required during this period. Of course it is expected that the local basks. will come to the res cue and cash registered warrants as they are" presented for a considera tion. But here , again the way Isn't any, too easy, for the banks are hold ing onto their money pretty close these days, and besides it is . more than likely, that they are a little curi ous to know just what the result of the Maul Chamber of Commerce's audit of the county'3 books will re veal. It is quite an open secret herethat the fate of the; proposed bond issue for the construction of a big reservoir at Olinda for the Kula water system, some more road construction in the Kula district, and other work, will de pend a good deal upon the Chamber of Commerce investigation. The pro posal is. to submit the matter to a plebiscite vote, but as a prominent citizen put it: "We want to know what kind of men we have in the beard of supervisors before we vote them any more money to spend." A fairly careful sounding of public opinion indicates that Mauiites do not believe that there is any such unsa vory mess to be revealed in their county finances as was revealed in Hawaii, but still the feeling is that The investigation will be a good thing and remove all uncertainties as to county finances. In the mean time the investigating commit- tee appointed by the chamber last weok is presumably getting busy andi every one is waiting with! interest to! see what it can find. by Insufficient funds,- District Magis trate iMdnsarrar bound the defendant over to the circuit court for trial un der a nominal bond of $10,0. . .Olenry Altai,. employed with the Ha waiian Express . Company, a member of a party of hunters who visited LeJ lehue yesterday, suffered fatal injuries through the accidental discharge ot a shot gun while .the weapon was. being placed in an r automobile. . Akai 'was Bhot in tha bead-, ihe Injured man be ing rushed to Jth'e. Scbofield Barracks hospital- for treatment It ie believed that the hammers caught on the side of the machine, as Akai was riding cn the running board of the automo bile. V-V- A nucleus for a clothing emporium is alleged to have been taken by John Pacheco, the complainant being a Ja-, panese proprietor of a clothes-cleaning,, establishment who reported ifl the" police - that he missed four coats, four shirts, and several pairs of trousers apl other articles of mas culine . apparel Pacheco is declared to have made his way into the prem ises at River and Kukui streets dur ing the absence of the owner. Later the- articles . were recovered with the assistance of officers from the-detective department. ; In a tragedy that occurred on the coast New 'Year's day, two former Honolulans figured, when Charles Kalimapehu, and Miss 8usie Adams, a part-Hawaliaa woman became in volved in a quarrel at Sacramento, which resulted in the man firing three shots at the woman, the wounds proving fatal. . Kalimapehu then turned the weapon upon himself but Inflicted slight injuries only. The man is reported to have fired shots the- warranty clause for: failure to give possession,'; The .motion of de fendants, Esther N. and Elizabeth Pil ipo, to quash the service of the' sum mons in the new case was denied by Judge Robinson this morning and the defendants giveh:10 dayUa which to answer, to the complaint ' ' - ' " y" -,j . . 'v " ' . v :S:'i While a merry - laao was In prog ress at the home of James - Kula at Koloa, Kauai, last Friday, it is de clared f that an Invited guest - secured the fine new automobile belonging to the host and started away. on, a joy ride which ended ' with ru partial wrecking of the car. It was several days after the festivities v that, the battered machine - .was discovered within the boundaries ef aicane-fleld. oais;. Gardner of Hahalel is accused pf wrecking the car: VnAw' ; Sheriff Rfce of Kauai la reported to have received . the : confession. : from Hatsumura, a Japanese, in which he admits killing. Jenimura Sulkichl at Hoanoano on January L. In his con fession Hatsumura , said that e and StfiklchI had had words, and that the later struck him. - He then came after him with a fish knife,-and the prisoner knocked him down. . Wheff Suikichl fell he dropped the knife, anaute relator picaea it up. -in a second be was on his victim, cut him across the eyes and .cut his throat He left the man dead on the field of battle Mi-' -' i i 1 r 1 crag . & 1 1 1, i i - ll 1 wouldn't look half as peat if I wasn't wearing this "Gotham Shir j U l;50);; this -in-Hand Tic (50c) an tl Arrow Collar (2 for 25 c) that I got at ; ri -,-! Vv-( II .v-i-' . V. : ' : -'..';;v II it i irr JAGGM OFFf OK FIERY r,iITME mm IT Miss. Alma Johnston and Dr. Charles M. Fauntelroy, both, of Ho nolulu, were married in St Clement's church Saturday afternoon. Rev, Can on tfsborne performing the ceremony. JZL frino Zn .tVltnnt? Ml8S Johnston, a sister of the at two police officers who attempted . . . . v-1 . . . - ; . ,w . .t Vim .... bride, acted as maid of honor, J. w. Wf VAaVv Uiiu ium xu0vw f NEW TODAY EtECTION OF OFFICERS. Founded 1877 Incorporated 18S9 Sociedade Portugueza de St. Antonio Beneficente de Hawaii. Notice is hereby , given that the above-named ' society, at its annual meeting: held in Honolulu, elected the following officers to serve during 1914: M. C. Pacheco, President; J. C. Grilho, Vice-President; M. R. Pereira, Secretary; M. R. Bisho, Treasurer. Members of Supreme Board: P. Rego, J. C. Cabral,' Jr., and asconsellos. Board of Directors: J. Caetano, Tf Spignola, F. Teves, A. Ornellas and U. J. Pereira. Auditing Committee: " H. PerelTa, M. GauUm and M. Philip; Jr. ; At a meeting of the directors held cn the 16th instant officers : as fol lows were elected: , .k . .' J. Caetano, Chairman; ;.'x J. F. Spinola, Secretary. - ' - ; ' . .; M. R. i PEREIRA, . r . " f . - Secretary, t Honolulu, January-lSth 1314; . 575S-3t- A. II. J. Caldwell giving, the brWe into the keeping of the groom. Only a few intimate friends, and relatives, of the couple were present Following a short honeymoon spent in the coun try, Dr. and .Mrs. Fauntelroy will be at, home at the . ColoniaL - Doctor Fauntelroy is connected with the pub lic neaita service, . JOHN WISE NOT. HERE IN CONNECTION WITH ANTI-UQU0R MOVEMENT John H. Wise .was considerably amused to read; In . the Sunday news that his visit to Honolulu, i3 in -con nection with . the antl-liaaor ' move ment;.,; ,. . . ;;-r .... . 1 That Item .In- the' paper was ; the first "I heard of it and as a matter of fact . there . Is nothing to ' the story.? he saidi today- , f I came here to icon suit , with the; carnival management with, reference to. a Hawaiian feature handled by - a,' committee' of which I am a. member. I know nothing about the anti-liquor movement recently ex cept ; what ; I have read "and : am not familiar wlthTthe Gronna hnf . 5 V t. Much: live stock wasr Included In f rom Molokai,' JIaul and ; Lanai in the steamer: Mikahalx '-.. , i: : ;;-ri;V;' ;,- At a meeting of the directors of the Hawaiian ' Volcano Research Associa tion, held; at. noon; today at; the ;UnI versity ' Club, proiessor -Tnomas a Jaggar, one - of the directors of the association and, volcanologist at -Kila- uea, was authorized to make, the trip to Japan and carry on a study, of the volcano Mltake, -the recent eruption of- which has exacted terrible costs in life and property. 2 . i ; r ' i Professor Jaggar will leave here by the Korea Wednesday, and will be ab sent about six weeks.: ..The object of his trip, he says, Is to do all he can to gather, material and complete the records relating to the eruption of Mi- take to the end that it may be used to, protect life and property from any such disaster. ' ; -" - The present indications are that he win reach: Mltake before eruption has fully subsided. He will meet' there and confer with Professor F. OmorL an eminent volcanologist . v -; 'l feel i that because of, our close relations with Japan, and also because cf 3 her, prompt: and generous assist ance to San Francisco at the time of the'disaster there, that we should do all . in our power, to assist her at this time. The records made and the ma terial gathered there will.be of great nsej in : warning" the " people If there ever comes a time when another erup tion is imminent' said Professor Jag: gar following the meeting. . U -'.'" . new TCl BEPOKT OF .THE 'COM:'. THE FIEST 3TATI0XAL I IIATTAII AT KD5CLnr, TEEEITOr.T OF JIAWAII. J CLOSE OF BCSIXES.S J ' Uth, 131 L ' , -RESOURCES. 1 Loans and Discounts ;,,.$l,o: Overdrafts, secured and unsecured . . ; . . . . Ui S. Bonds tor secure clr- culation .V.,.. 4" U. S. Bonds to secure U. 8. Deposits Z Other-Bonds to secure TJ. S. Deposits V. ,..... 22 Banking Site Z Other Real' Estate owned Customers', Liability on Letters of Credit .. .. . t: Due; from State and Prl - vate Banks and Bankers JTrust , Companies,- -and ; Savings Banks . . .... Dos ; from approved ' Re- :; serve Agents Checks and other Cash -Items ; V. ; : ; -. . i , ,'. . , . Notes of other National , Banks . ... Fractional Paper Curren cy . Nickels,' and Centa. . Lawful 3TDey Eeserre la i. Itankt itzt y Specie , . .;.i301S.10 V Legal : -tender- ; -notes . ; " ; 252.00 Redemption fund with ' U. S Treasurer j5 per cent of circulation J ; . . -. . . . . Due from U.-S. Treasurer c 1 1. MOT orb Hawaiian Commercial gained a quar-1 ter point this morning in a number of sales made during the session as well; as between boards. I ,( Brewery, which has been falling rap idly due to the agitation "for prohibi tion in the territory,' made a : slight gain at the session. In two deals there It went at 15.25, a quarter point more than it brought between boards. Japanese piixHER-vi-;; I : WILL.BE. SEEN HERE ; Captain Dave Desha, of the chari- plon Hawaiis, will have something: - new. to offer .the fans next Suf.!ay,f ",. tf when his team roes 'against the All. Territory Of Jiawa.I, f S r 8?. Total .....'...$2 , . LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in . ?. 5C V Surplus fund v. i.,.'.,.'.. 2C5, Undivided Profits, less ex penses and; Taxes paid National Eank Notes out-r-' standing - '. . . Due to State and Private - Banks and Bankers '. . . Due to Trust Companies j:, and Savings Banks Dividends unpaid i., . Individual deposits "sub-. Ject to check ..'' . . V. . Demand certificates of de-posxt-'."'v y . . . . Certified checks '. l.i Deposits of U. S." dlsbura- ; ing -officers .v ':. "f 5CS.1T Tra ve lers and.Commercial Letters of Credit .. CC,C . 54,! -l.C: 33.t 933,4: ,13.77 V'l.c:: .VTotal i ..... :'.$2,$Z5,i when his team; goes ragainst the All- Chinese. ' . Desha-- has signed" Yama guchi, who recently came from Japan to become" sporting editor of a local J apanese paper. He is a. graduate of the Yokohama CommerclaL"; school, Where he made a big reputation on the baseball . field. c ' ;:- r 'DEATHS SNXLL-On Sunday morning at the - family1 residence, 10th avenue, Kal , muki Mrs. Emelie Anna SneII,'wife l" of Mr. Fred Adeltert Sr.elU'asPd 23 years 7 months and 27 days. Serv- ice3 will be held in the Townscni. ''Undertakics Parlors on Tuesday, at 10 a. m. " .' . . : ' City and County of Hoaolala, ss: : I, Ll T. PECK. : Cashier cf above-mentioned ban!, do tz'. swear that the above statement : to'the Jbest of my knowleJa 1 lieL - - ' 1 ' - ' ' L. T." PECK. C. CORRECT Attest: ;:-.;; M. p. nor.i:: : c::cil rr.ov 11. :l vc. : Subscribed ar. I -vorn to I thi3 Kta day cf Ji--.--ry, 1.1