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BALANCE SHEET AS AT DECEMBER H, 1914.?
Cash' . i .... J V.$1 .080.050.8 1
Due from Hanks and J?ank-
Bonds, "Stocks and Invest-
menu v . ... , w . . : . . 1,538,174.01
-Loans. Discounts rf? Over-' J : i v.
V drafts' V. . ...... '... -3,u22,52G.50
Ileal Estate and Dank Fur- :
U nlture 705.12!
Customers Liability Un-; w .... ; ; 1
dcr Letters of Credit... 420,031 .27:
Other Assets ... v. . . . .
Capital and Surplus. . ... . .$ 318,675.61
Due to Banks and Banker 14,264.20
Letters of Credit.,.. M:. 420.031.27
Deposits .... . .v.,... . . 5,693,636.9 J
, : ; Honolulu. T. I I December 31st 1914.
1. Allen W. T. BottonUcy, do solemnly swear that the foregoing Balance
Sheet represents rrtrue and correct statement of the affairs cf the Banking
House cf Bishop & Company as at December 31, lS14j, to the best -of ray
knowledge and belief. '
; - '. ALLEN V. T. 1JOTTOMLEY,
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 31st day of December. 1914
:.:y -. '-i. -v ;.v j. Harris Mackenzie,
:''. :;; - : - Notary rubl!c. First Juicfal Circuit, T. II.
Pacific Bank, Limited
; - i 7 ; Y .Incorporated July, 1913)
Statement of Condition at theVClose; 'of; Duslness,? December 31, 1914.
' ' ' ; liESOURCES. , ' :
Loans. Discounts aiid Oyer-
drafts . ...... . . .. '.-. '. . .$138,411.33
Cash. and. Due from Banks
and Bankers ... . . . . .... 30,271.82
Customers Liability Under
; Letters or Credit ........ 15,936.41
All Other Assets.......... 12.131.03
Capital Paid in $10(t.uo.p
Surplus and Undivided Pro-
fits i .... G 31..3
Deposits .... ... ..... . . . . . 92.343.68
Letters of Credit 13,936.11
Due to Banks and Bankers. 1,769.37
; -Territory of Hawaii, City an4 County of Honolulu, s.
I, I. Nakasa, Cyshier. of the Paeiti Bank, LimitedV uo solemnly swear
that 4he alKH-t statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
I SAK ASA, Cashier.
' ' ' J -A c wrvrn tn lpfnr mA this 4th rl.iv nf . lanmrv 1Q1T
DU0scnt uu " - . .. ....
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ATTORNEY COMING FOR
SMART WILL CONTEST?
. ' W. -.A, K'Jnnp;,' attorney for Mrs.
Fred Kn!ght, who, it is -said, will con
test the wUT cf her daughter, Mrs.
Thelma Parker Smart, is now i:i San
Francisco, : paving started from his
home In, Noya Scotia to come to
waii and begin proceedings. The will
leaves the farker ranch estate to the!
hesband and his relatives.
. ' 1 i A. I A. t I .l. A 111
j it is s:a inai .mis. niugiu m
I charge undue inlluen;e in" the arawin?
of the testarment. Frank E. Thcmp-
stn, who drew up the will, will act as
Mr. Smarts counsel. The instrument
will be filed for probate in a short
t.me, it 1 3 said.
iirs. Knight has remained in ilono
lu'.u sincc0mlng from the i'arker
ranch at the time cf the funeral. Her
Sir (ttlix'tt T'arker's jcluiVHjue ami IionunntHStory ul'
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THE HOUSE OF
SILENT DRAMA -
THROUGH THE STORM
rFwo Keel Broncho Drama
THE PRINCESS OF THE DESERT (Ed isqn Drama,
featuring Marc McDenuott and Mar' Fuirer.) ; .
FRAID CAT ( Vitagrapli k Comedy4)ramay feattitin
Bobby Connelly.) ' ' :-' .V-' ;-fr:iP : v-;..
SHE WAS A PEACH -(Liibin Comedy.) 7 v-;
Motinpp- 1-30 P. M. Night:' e:o ana o:ou
' a "r
in Thursday afternoon disembarked at
Lahaina. th majority landed at Mc
kuwau shortly after sunrise Friday
morning. At this point pack niule3
Wre in waiting and an hour was spent
loadingVthe animals with luggage and
prov'sicns. The " esceut to the east
end cf the crater was made, that day, husljii'hd is in San Francisco and Attor-th-e
first party, in w hich were th. . ney K.nney is working on the casa
most -experienced hampers, arriving there. When he finishes the San
a little after 12 o'clock. j Francisco end he will conic to Hawaii.
It was nearly ! o'clock that night On behalf of Mrs. Knight the firm.
before" the last tramper arrived at cf Frear, Prosser, Anderson & .Marx,
camp. Three or four of the .hikers Holmes, Stanley & .Olson and W. A.
found the climbing exceedingly stren- . Kinney have been retained as coun;
ticus and were overtaken by-darkness. ' sel.
The call for volunteers to go backj - -- -
along the trail and bring the strag- the sea, was reached with little difh
glers to camp was responded to by culty. ,
Priva'teL. Y. itoland. Company C, 2nd t ll:e party rested on the top for
InfantrjVTHid Private Benjamin' Ixing, abcut half an hour and cameras clicked
Company. F, 2rld Infantry, lT. S. A.1. ' while ther hikers took their iast look
who succeeded in getting the tire 1 at the inside of the big crater which
cnes into camp and mak'ing ihe fam- stretched away as far as the eye couid
ily" complete. ! see. i "
, Through the aid of tents, plenty of , Drop Out at Olinda. ,
blankets and oilskins, the hikers spent ' From the top ihe party ascended in
a fairly comfortable t. night following, gocd time to Olinda, the members who
the serving of a hot dinner consisting wer2 leading reaching there shortly
cf soup, beans, salmcn and coffee, a after 4 O'clock. At Olinda many oi
v eil as the time-honored hardtack, of
w hich everyone had a generous sup
ply. Some of the mere enthusiastic
ones hiked about a mile up the valley
the hiters came to the conclusion
that, after all, the tramp had been a
strenuous one. One cf the hikers.
Edward ' Webster., had to be carried
after dark, where from a high peak part tf the way into Olinda. About
they could see a faint glow from Mo- 20 of the party took putono-biles at
kuaweoweo. Ol'nda and continued the journey into
Reach Bubble Cave. j Wailuku, while the rest camped at
.Morning eame cold and blustering. Olinda 'over night."
with a .sharp wind blowing a heavy, Sunday morning thes? who stayed
fog down the valley. Very little at- at Olinda during the night hiked into
tention was. paid to the sunrise aiid Paia. a distance of about 11 miles. '
all were eager to start on the trip where they took the traJn to Waiiuku.
across the crater projer. An early Sunday morning and part of the after
start wag made and brisk walking, noon was spent in seeing rao Valhv.
seen brought the hikers to the bubble Jlany cf the hikers were of th. opiu
cave, where' Worth O.- Aiken and a fen that to get the- most benefit cut of
paity had oaaiped over night. From the trip a hike through the crater of
this oint the trip through the crater if aleakaia should cover at least a
w as begun with C.ordcn Brown' as w eek and be taken in the go-as-you-guid.
A few of the trampers went pies.se"; style. One unfavorable fea
to. the summit cf the crater, where ture cf the hike was that the guide
they spent the night. , ' generally was in the lead of a few
To those w ho had ?iever passed that who were experienced trampers w itii
way before the trip across the crater the result that this party at times
over the seemingly endless stretches was cut of s'ght of the main body, in
cf iav?, was an experience .not to be many instances time was lost in rind
forgotten. It was the crater of tht ing the tra.il. On such a trip as the
largest extinct volcano in the world cne just completed three or four
so weil-iiefined were th lava for- guides would prove a great eonvea
nisticns that it appeared'as if Halei- ience.
kala might have erupted and allowei Considerable credit is due to thb
her lava to cool the night before, women who made th? hike through
There were quantities of beautiful, 4il- the crater' for the manner in whi.-h
ver "sword" to be had, and a large theyf handled th? culinarv end cf tht,
numler cf -the members of the party .excursion,'' A number of armv cfrieers
brought home some cf: the plants as as well as enlisted men took the trip
st uvehirs of the trip. The trail across and "proved to be excellent hikers. -the
crater was a fairly easy one. and-- The partv took the Ciavdine at Ka
speedy irogrss was made by the en- hului at 6 o'clock 'last nisht. arriving
tire party, the pack mules bringing in Honolulu shortlv alter 2 o'c'ock
up the rear. j this morning.
The northern w !I of the crater was ' - m m
reached shortly after noon and the George Ai lilack cf Sale ik- Citv.
ascent to the top of the ridge.. risin former governor of rtah. did at
a sheer 9ino feet above the level of Waitsburgh, Wash., of heart failure.
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oaicers will be elected, reports cov
ering the v,crk ct t'a& psst year pre
sented, and piaiiS for the new year
made at the annual meeting of the
Woman's Society of Central Union
church at 10:20 tomorrow morning in
the church. A basket luncheon will
be served at 12:30.
At 2 o'clock in the afternoon' the
Woman's Board of .Missions will meet,
at which time- there Will be devotion
al exetcises and a short business ses
sion. An address will be made by
Mrs. A. L. Andrews on the subject
"The Policy of Interlocking Commit
tees," and by Judge William I Whit
ney on "The Scope of Child Welfare."
BIDS OPENED SATURDAY
FOR CONTRACT TO BUILD
NEW EPIPHANY CHURCH
O-ids . for the contract for . the con
st: ucticn ;f the new Epiphany iission
church to be erected at Tenth and
Paloic, Kaimuki, will be opened Sat
urday noon in tffe office cf Uipjey &
Davis, the architects who drew tho
1 lans. The contract will be let at
The laying cf the cornerstone will
take place Wednesday afternoon, he
Feast .cf Epiphany, at Z:.''Z Special
ceremonies will be. held.
The church will l;e built of native
blue, stone, taken frcm the k t on w hich
i is to stand.
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BIBLE STUDY CLASSES
AT JAPANESE Y. M. C. A.'
OPENS WEDNESDAY NIGHT
Inder the direction of Lloyd It.
Killam, secretary of the religious work
department ot the -.Young Men's Chris
tian Association, the Japanese branch
ol the association, now located in new
quarters in Smith street, is making
I. lans' tor Bible si,udy work, the first
class to meet Wednesday evening at
8:1." o'clock. The following program
of classes has b',cn outl!ned:
Advanced Bibl class Sunday
morning at S:30 o'clock. Text book,
"Harmony o!' the Gospels." Leader,
Lloyd H. Killam.
A ''Class-. -Sunday morning at i:3o
o'clock. "Important Events in the
Life, of Christ." Lea'der, Mr. Killam.
B Class Sunday morning at 3:30
o'clock. "Introduction to BihTe Study."
Night School CJass Wednesday
evenings at 8:1" o'clock. . "Introduc
tion to Bihne Study."
Businessmen's Class Thursday eve
nings at ; 7:30 o'clock "Pr'nciple
Teachings of Jef.us.'V- Leader, Mr.
Members of the Japanese associa
tion to the number of 30 have enrolled
in the eveningi Tlpsse and L'S 'in the
Elgin Watches 3
NSV Watch, Jewelry and Clock Repairing fJ
j Called for and Delivered. J
JjV Phon 2240.