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nOXOLTJI.U STAMUTXKTIX, SATUHDAV, JAXUAKY 2. 1.01 ,
FIREPROOF t; OR hWiv 'lib:1 WE STORE EVERYTHING. CITY TRANSFER COMPANY 1AMEA M LOVF PHa 1281 .IT f- BAKERY UKiiuiirv D , Phone 4704 83 8, Bread - Cakes - Pies - Crackers ?rwo AGE LOVE fftm. w. r V -i ' f ' , i ' ii - - ..... ' ' "" ! i V ' -hot nc r.rnim r.Ai lmi m vlr i ! LrtOl Ul ULlllimil UrtLiLUIUll UL11I wiinRniiwn ruRfin m thiwa far . w jliiiiuuuiiu uaiiuuj iu uiiiiiii i uii 7 niTiTinnnititimi 1 liriRTTm I From Honolulu today was shipped th lat of tbe German wartouna ' : froivht tmiirht here months ago. when IVa .,mW nr KtMmfri flvlne the Teu- tonic rolor nought a haven. ine.wmprs, i iuubj rt-picu 'r-Toyo Klsen Kaieha steamer Nippon - i Maru a Japanese bottom, repreKenta - u Ttlye or a rival ana nowuw? p.--j. given machinery, "railway material and general merchandise destined for Ja f.S an. which during the early part of the summer was shipped from Europe in lh German freighter Holsatia. The Nippon Alaru arrived at the n "port from San Francisco last evening ' witb one cabin passenger for Hono lulu ' '- - . . . j . i 1 - . . n n 0 Proceeding to the Tar East In tbe liner which took Its departure at 10 i , o'clock this morning, were 21 cabin, V.17 second class and 44 Asiatic steer ag passengers. 'Captain Togo reported fine weath- llner which took Its departure at 10 c :cr, the vesser meeting witn ravoraoie - teas -and winds. , I The Nippon was supplied with a full ' 'cargo In leaving San Francisco: Much V of the freight consists of cotton for A'the Japanese mills. . A few mission arles are numbered among the through passengers. Mall amounting to 380 4 Stacks was landcdjat the port. ( 1 f 1SSE5GERS AEB1TED : Per Btmr. Matina Kca, irom nuo TlLna way porta, From Hllo J. W, Blair, J. W. White and wife, J. Rock, Mter A. Roes, Mlss.O. Rlckard, Miss ; M. Heuer, Miss Pearson, Miss a Braw lten, MIsd L. Brawlten, Miss S. Mll nlx, Misa.E. Holmes,. Miss B. M. Fol- som, Mrs. F. B. Davis R. Buchholtz, W. TL Kelscn, IL Molr. Miss Mt Cooke, Mrs. A. V. Hems. V. MacCaughey. Miss Ocsgrove, Miss. F. W. Johnson, Mr. Mustard, Robert Kay, W. Hlgglns. It. I. Ullie. From Mahukona Mrs. . John Hind, Mrs, H. Hlnd. Miss t J. . Buchanan,- J.. W. 'Russell and wife. M iss Bruns, ' Master Bruns, . lrs. S. AV?ia and chJldMlss E. Ren ton. Miss ". ..ig'RB'utz and wife. From ' K cwalHae A.- M. Brown and wife, Mffter.B. Brown, V, Blgbie, , Georg , is, wife and child; aft, C Searle,: H. iucan.- . Frcm McGregor's T. Mld Xwing. R. Buchholtz and wife From Lahalna MrivKafcookele, .Miss Ka- hookele. Miss Hadley. Miss Bills, m t er F. Vetlesen, W. . Vetles en, .MISS m; Leslie, MIss L MacDonald; Ti?r T. K. K. S.' S.' Nippon Maru," from San Francisco Jan. 1 For Hono lulu R. J. Johns. For Yokohama J. Berkeley. P, C Holm. Jdrs. P. C Holm. F. Lloyd, R. Aokl, Mrs. Aokl and ....ant, Mrs. K. Funikawa and Infant, K, Ito-i T. Tsuneiumi,"M. Nakishlma, IL BhlrakL J.' Walton, B. Takelshi, S. Yaniamoto, S. Tokomlzo, Lee Qui Son. Tor Shanghai A, IL trysler, D. Def-J Shanehai A. IL Crvsler. D. Def- few , C. O. W. amgren, T. IL Mahoney, J 1. Manning, R, Well, L L: White, Mas- ter U. Singh, Master N. Singh. ; - - j Arrangements have been completed for th quick despatch ofr the United EUtes army transport.Thomas; due to arrive from Manila on Monday morn- ir.g. K small nu'mber of military. pas-1 sengera will leaTa Ter San Francisco in the troopship. ' ' '. : A ft. ..V B. W. Quealy. B. J. Smith. For Hong. . Purser Phillips reported fine weather ,7 folHiu;- ?T tipbn ' Long Miss M. Burton, C. H. Garclo. : thrtuahout the trio. Activity hri twrt o,ieerage pas- tRnr , . . r n . . . - . . ... : .rr senaersi titi rmr .matt ini. w f v , . .ir..v. ii. uarcw, u. lacscd, o. volcanoes on; tne isianas or Hawaii 'Vei 5 - v'- marred Singa, Mrs. B. Singh and Infant. Mrs. , keeps well ui to the mark, according .w.r or tuy w ! I '1 " . Boudoir and Read Gift ing ' PHOITE 2295 ALL K1NC3 OF ROCK AND SAND - Fl REWOOD AND til QfJEEN STREET. ' T i Screered by lovely' 5 i Familiar to Honolulu shipjang. the T'nited States cruiser Galveston, that, called at the port a number of months ago when proceeding to Philippine to have been ordered to China for Bt3t!on. ! Oalveston has Just eompleled i The gen eral overhauling at Olongapo drydock. The vessel will relieve the cruiser Cincinnati, which will then proceed to Olongapo for her annual overhaul ing. The Saratoga, flagsIHp of the Asiatic nqu?dron, also in drydock at Olongapo, has received orders- to Tush work on repairs and will noon leave for the China coast. The custom of the Asiatic fleet spending the winter months in P&ilip- 1 pine waters will not be observed, this year ii is ueueveu inai me unsemeu cenditions in China, brought about by the European', war is responsible for the order directing all the ships of the Asiatic fleet to winter along tbe China co" st. , .. ' ," " 4 ' - . ''. Annie Johnson In Fast Trip. Another fast" trip Is credited to the i' .. . v rt '&ll ? rdV w, California coast and the Hawaiian Is- lands. The Annie .Johnson,, with a full carjo of generI merchandise and Plantation supplies, completed the trip from San Francisco to Mahukona, wall, in 21 . days, the windjammer Maui, and expected to return to Hono reachin destination on last Monday! tomorrow morning, afternoon, according to a feportl - p brought to Honolulu by Purser Phil-! Taking a full shipment of sugar, Hps" of the steamer Mauna Keai The the American Hawaiian freighter Mex Annie Johnson may e given a ship- ,can leating the port on Dec. 12, is meat of sugar in returning .to the, repofted to have arrived at Balboa, Coast Favorable wind and a moder-. ate sea assisted the vessel In cutting down the sailing time. ; . Matsonia Is Not Crowded. ' The Matson liner Matsonia 13 not crowded with passengers from San wlreleps message received bv Castle I & Cooke from Cant, Charles Peterson. Eighty-one cabin . and 30 steerage passengers are reported to have' left the Coast for the islands in tbe Tesser that is due to arrive here at an early hour on Tuesday morning. About one- half of the travelers. are island people, In addition to 2333 tons bf cargo r' tiaio vsuosi tu Tiers. i Hsrharri. t Hnnol.iln th. -M.tennl. will bring 236a tons Of merchandise and subplles for Hld, The Vessel hasf At ttie agency of CBrewer ft Co twb " Other confcerns that snbmltted fig been supplied with 371 sacks of mall. ' 8Cbre of passengers have been booked 'ures were - Da vies & Co., Lewerff, & v Thirteen automobiles have been for- for San Francisco ' inV the Ocennio Cooke, Ltd., Allen & Robertson, Ltd., warded to HUo in this vessel. Mauha Kea In Pe ' , With cabins well filled with passen gers and bringing several hundred i head of sheep and Other livestock, the Inter-Island steamer Manna Kn mmlpl. jKrt at an early - hdur this momifag-1 to the officers, reflection cast was plainly visible ' The Mauna Kea will be despatched for the Big Island at S o'clock this afternoon. ' : ! . ' ' t m 'r.-::"; 8T A B-BULLETIS GIVES TOD Tnnivm rw Titmv i IlEACHES ; FOR CONCRETE WORK, .," , . COAL. ; 4 ' P. Q. BOX til . who declare that: the ZIlT. i-:2":lt:5T th4 fnouest late today. upon the sky from the 3" v . ,r' .-"'" 'anu WI"i r Deputy Sheriff Asch, anrl KilaiiAa vntfahnn . "'."' CI. " ' I rntinrltv nf rrtfnnni- fnf mlnv 'tnllM ! -r 1 I innnpsl-' .'-In 'aftrttttnn t Lambs v " b ; VESSELS TO AND FROM THE ISLANDS (Special Wireless to aercnaBtr l.xenasge. I Saturday, Jan. 2, 1915. St'VA Sailed. January 1, S. S. Ma- klir. for Honolulu, ! MAHUKONA Arrived, December 28,' sch. Annie Johnson, from San Fran- c',co- , PORT TOWNSEND Arrived. January I i 8cn Alice Cooke, hence Decern- ber 10. SAN FRAN'ClSCO-S'alleS, "January 1, S. S. Arlzonan. for. Honolulu. Radiograms. " t . S. MATSONIA Arrives from San Francisco Tuesday' mbrnhlg, with 81 cabin and 0 steerage passengers; 371. tags 'of 'mall, "104 pkgs. ex mat- ter, 33C3 toni cargo. HHo 2365 tons cargo, 13 autos. . S. A. T. THOMAS Arrives from .Manila . Tuesday daylight and pro ceeds to San Francisco same after noon. '' ." ' The Inter-Island steamer Nilhau. with 8ugari from a Hawaii iwrt j'or Hllo, waspassed by the '.iauha Kea yesterday afternoon. The Matsonia, due from the coast Wit- TnMdav mnrnin? will hrlne the mainland mali. More than ioo expected to arrive " this vessel. . , , VI A quantity of sugar is awaiting ship fent to the Paclnc coast in th-Mat- Ha-fon feteamer Manpa, now. at Kahulul. ranama, last Wednesday. Included in the cargo of fuel brought to the Islands In the Associated Oil Coin pany . tanker JJ A. Chanslor were 30p drums of distillate. The Chanslor win be ; given prompt despatch to tle ' V Activity displayed at Hawaii's vol- :ances nas Drovea an incentive for i Increase of travel from Honolulu1 Ti steamer Mauna Kea, to steam for Htfo H J bVlackthIs'afterhcon, will carry a fair-sized st of cabin passengers. . - A ble mH the ishfnds to rill be . forwarded from le coast in the Oceanic ,, " "r "V " .? wfm"? port at 9 o'clock tomorrow morning steamer Ventura. A En9i! ni,mtUv of sugar; 'pines, coffee , tfod sundries will be nlarert fore Its departure tomorrow morning. U1'u"'fl ubiws message nas S.f!LSr aent8t manoa Kcturna Tomorrow. io complete a cargo of sugar and miscellaneous products the Matson steamer Manoals eipected to return. KabuIuJ tomorrow 'morning, When it lea tes for; San Francisco next Tuesday evening' the Manoa. throneh ,the agency of Castle & Cdoke,- will be given 2500 tons oT sdgar, 500 tons of molasses, ; 4000 bunches of bananas and Kh'nmPhta ur -- ..-a., . ; --va auu DUUUIIC!), About 35 cabin passengers have been ""hi cneouiea io depart from I1e,r 19 at 4 o'clock fn the afternoon. HIS BIRTHDAY 01 SAME '"DAY AS THE Pfl ESI DENT'S . Roy Jaeobson. m of Mr ad Mr, R. A .Th, W TC"r mvh jl nuuuiuiu, ccieurur cd his twelfth birthday on the twenty eighth of December which by the way Js President Wilson's birthday. The Jaeobson home on Walalae road was decorated for the occasion in red and green,, carrying out the scheme with poln8ettlt and greens. Games were Drovidrd fnp'th vhlle the older ones participated ih th latest tii.. JmL. iiA -- present were Roy's four grandparents. M an A Ui Xr tir nu.i. j -- and Mrs. N. C. Jaeobson.; Among --"" t..-ufc nets i 10a 4 trBtue nunen, aiiss Jst&er Armstrong, Miss Miriam Wright, Miss Vera King, Miss Dorothy Ormlston, Miss Helen King, Miss Frances Clarfc, Miss Roberta Clark, Miss Thelma Hartman, Mis3 Ethel Hartman, Miss Alice Hartman, Miss Ella Moltzan, Miss Lilla Moltzan, Miss Marjorie Moore. Miss Zell Rowat. Miss : Margaret Rowat, Miss Mary Hemming- er, Douglas Ormlston, Olando Schoen- lng, Marshall Wright, Richard Simon- Ion, Walter Sampson, Alfred Giles, bui twen, jaca nsner, Ralph Met-, ters, Walter Stelner, Jack McKenzie. 1 Benjamin Leer Nevln Brickwater. j Theodore Corbaley and Wilson Jacob-1 son SUPERVISORS IN QUICK MEETING; HARDESTY DOES . HIS VOTING ON THE RUN Reports of several commutes and eaveral email rlaima uoro (licnnccd nf y jne retiring board of supervisors in a delayed meeting that lasted four i9nH nn.half niinnlM thi affprnivin Thp, wb5 srhwlnlPfl to rom- mence at 12:15 noon, but owing to the 'absence ol all but Supervisors Mark- -,r ' until Mayor Fern had despatched an automobile after Supervisor Wolter. j At 1:26 p. m. Wolter rushed into the supervisors' room and .announced that he had to make an attachment at i:30 ami would laze if he did not meet the appointment at that hour. As rapidly a3 the secretary ould . read the reports and the supervisors cculd assent on voting, the routine of the meeting was despatched and when a motion was made to adjourn until 9:30 a. m. Monday. Hardesty grabbed his hat and darted out of the room. When the vote was put, a faint "Aye" echoed from Wolter, who was run ning down-me. stairs. KUPIHEA NOT KILLED; HEAD SOMEWHAT DAMAGED Former Representative 1). M. Kupi hea was the center of a very Interest ing rumor last night and today, the rumaj- being that he had been banged over the head wltn a rocK neiu in tne strong hands ot his wife and killed J "pSSl around his home with a somewhat damaged '-ead l ut very far from a corpsenke'aSpec't According to the .J .n h" llMrl var:niia ctAr,VQ a celebration of New Year's day in Kupihea's neighborhood found himself and his wife in an argument in the course cf whicii lie was struck over, the cranium. His wife, it is stated, informed the neighborhood hysterical ly thai her husband, had been killed, but it was not so. . . OPEN BIDS FOR MATERIAL FOR OAHU PRISON WALL . Bids cn materials for the w-alls cf the new Oahu prison were opened at noon today in the office of Superln- tendent of Public Works Forbes. Sev was Tlli3 tiiat ofthettyWUt omtany was '92.9: --? r- The lowest bid for- 1C50 yards of rock andW yards of sand, submitted by J. .H. Wiison. wa $2689.50. 11 Hackfeld'8 bli - $4080, was' the loyest made on 1W)Q barrels of ce- ? nt . ' and -the :JIonpUi4 Construction anl paying Confpany. I CALL MAN YJ WITNESSES FOR DROWNING INQUEST Several witnesses will be called to desctibe the drowning of ibftii andib wife, whose death a family picnic planned for ikikl beach o4 New Year's day, at serving in the ill conduct the n Tlra Mafsnn Walters, Herbert, Morong and Way- son, who participated in the attempt at rescue, Edward Miller and 'Hsroldf Castle wUl be called to testify con-; cernin? the ' brlhgina; of the bodies' from the reef to the shore. The drown-, Iny trkok nla'ce toward tlio fppf from Sans oucl. ' V IMrtiAHi irJhnbo daddv ihuihjv i nuuro rnn i BAYONETS WITH HANDS r Associated Press SOUTHAMPTON. Eng. A Canadian soldier who has visited several hos-, plt?ls In the" south of England recent lsaw 40 or &) East Indians all of whom had their left nands banda-pd' iannowaaeya.. recene u.e u.e Buri 01 injuries. All of them have bayonet wounds in the left hand, because of their style of ' fighting," . was reply. "When they get close enough for a hand-to-hand fight they throw down their guns, par ry the bayonets Of the enemy with their left-hand? arid use their knives' with the rignt narid. Of course they fe bad ?un?.Hnthf ir Lefi hand' but they don t mind that and they al- ost always get their mn ' '. ' " GALE ON WATERFRONT TEARS P00F OFF PIER ihirty-nve reet,of galvanized iron, roofing, covering Uie Ewa side of pier 15, Was torn awaV by the high wind that visited the waterfront early to day, i I r The aale. whichJreiched the velocity of a hurricane, also carried awa a I small portion of the covering ta Pier . 16. j Masters of vessels berthed in the tetream were obliged to strengthen all moorings: , - i Fire destroyed a paper factory at ' Columbus, Ohio, at a loss of $180,000. HOLD CLEW TO ROBBER WHO LOOTED BENN STORE Officers directed by Captain McDuf fie have hope of soon placing under airest the person who svtril eve nings ago entered the stcr1 of M. R, Henn. on Hotel nar I'niou street, and stole goods valued by the propri etor at several hundred dollars. Entrance to the premises was guind through a basement that adjoins an automobile, garage. The wooden rover had been demolished, affording easy access to the upper l'oor. Acccrding to Mr. Perm th visitors took geld plated pendants, lockets, bracelets,, several dozen mrn's an! .women's watches, -: rings an l .buttons and a suit case. NEW COMMISSION MEETS. The. newly-appointed polite and liro civil service commission with honrin Andrews ns rhairman ' will mrcr Jit 4 p. m," tolay to reorganize and arrange for changes which may be made in the near . future iu the civil ; service oodles.., "the meeting will he a spe cial gathering called by Air. Andrews. All. of. the, new members were appoint ed Thursday by. retiring .Mayor Fern. An English... Freneh or Ierman gov erness, between 'M and 4 years of age. Tor a child 2 years oM; re commendations required. Address box 12(1, this Office. GOSl-Ct Office boy, at once. Star-Htilletin of fice. GOni-tf WANTED TO BUY. A 1-hp. A. O. mocr motor and lathe, suitable for light repair work. Ad dress "Motor," tliis office. C0rl-2t SITUATION WANTED., A chance to make good, and a man to give -me that chance. The writer, an American. 24 years old and well educated, has hid live years' com mercial and banking experience, and I will be; glad, to furnish references' as to character or ability. Prefer outdoor work, bui will consider any offer. Have never been sick, and am willing to travel 24f0 miles to wcrk. Am errployed at present, but have, no chance of advancement. Address M. F.. .Tones. 1114 13th Ave., North. Seattle, Wash. o0Sl;Jah. 2. 4 6. 8.' 11. , FOR SALE. Gas range. 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Fort Street Sf Wanted "' : . 11 fe; mil REXALL A gentle acting, pleasant and ef-. fective LAXATIVE Ideal for children, aged people and invalids, as well as for robust per sons. 25c and 50c Boxes Sold only by Belisbh, Smith S GoM Ltd. The Rexall Store Fort and Hotel Open Till WHiite Points tlie "Wav to V':;. . GLEAN CLOTHES Ask your Grocer ade by HONOLULU SOAP WORKS STATEMENT OF CONDITION mm. wm. ASSETS. Cash oil hand and in Bank. . . ' T T7 .1 r it hum ruuus uii Leiuii Bond3 RtrVa tnit nthor Ttivoctmonta ' ian3 ,p,n,d hr Mnrt nn Rpi Tjemand and Time , 1 Accounts Receivable Furniture and Fixtures.............. Real Estate, Office Bnildmg and Site Accrued Interest and Commissions. . Assets other than those specified LIABILITIES. AaP,iai I Undivided , Profits Trust and Agency Balances City and County of Honolulu, y Territory of Hawaii. v V ' . I. WILLARU E. DROWN, Treasurer of the Bishoi; Tmst Company, Limited, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my Knowledge and belief. , .. Subscribed anJ sworn to before Notary Public, First :. -'V- (Established 188.) - '. S. M. Damon. A. V .T. Bottomley, J. L. Cockburn. - BALANCE SHEET AS AT DECEMBER 3 1314. ASSETS. f 1 LIABILITIES. ' ; Cash $1.0SO,O.-,O.84 Capital and Surplus......! 918,C75.6t Due from Banks and Bank- Due to Banks and Banker 14.264.20 ers ; S23.402.S3; Letters of Credit. 420.051.27, Bonds. Stocks and Invest- I Deposits ............ 1,605,636.3 J . '' ments 1 538,174.01' " Loans, Disccunts & Over- ! drafts ................ 3,022,526.50; Real Estate and Bank Pur- ; niture . . . 67,205.12' . 'Customers' Liability l'n- I der Letters of Credit...' 420,051.27 Other Assets .. . . .. 307,217.41 i $6,958,627,981 I. Allen W. Tt Bottomley, do solemnly swear that the foregoing Balance' V Sheet represe'uts a true and correct statement of the affairs of the Banking -House, cf Bishop U Company as at December 31, 1911. to the best of my ' knov.lfdge and belief. i , i ALLEN W. T. BOTTOM LEY, SnbscriTted and sworn to before me this 31st day or December, 191 f. J. HARRIS MACKENZIE. Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit, T.H. "--'i,-.' .hjr i 6049-Jan. .l, 2. vi - - - . , " t ORDERLIES Phone 1297 11:15 Evenings' AS At DECEMBER, 31, 1914. .....:.............$ 79.780.84 7 et ft An ... ,t .... .5,459.00 1 9. f.Art f(l Kstaf . ... 23.126.60 ir,307.14 3.920.19 ... ........... . 8.770.0O 30,000.00 ... 5.404.9S above 2,2 04.4 -$362,874 1200,000 W 22.043.74 ..... 11X825.30 ' 1 - " -it. . -: 53C2.87C.24 J ; WILLARD E; BROWN. Treasurer. me this 31st day of December, 1314. - ARTHUR BERG, . Judcial Circiiit, Territory of Hawaii.' c049.jan.Li; ml0 wimm no., en $6,958,627.99 t r - - 4.