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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, TUESDAY, AUGUST G, 1952.
THREE. DR. J. M. WHITNEY, DENTIST. Boston iJultdlr.g, Fort Street Over H. May & Co. Hours: 9 C. Tel. Main 277. DR. A. G. ML, OR, 0, E. ILL d $ Tis i s. tOVlD BUILDING, FORT STREET, ' 'ephone 434. OFFICE HOURS. 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. DR. A. J. DERBY, DENTIST. Corner Fort and Hotel Sts. Gaa Administered For Extracting. Offlce Hours: 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. C, BBEWER & CO,, LUTED QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU. H. T. ...AGENTS FOR... f Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Ono mea Sugar Company, Honomu Sugar Co .pany, Walluku Sugar Company, Walhee Sugar Company, Makee Sugar Company, Halcakala Ranch Company, Kapapala Ranch. Planters' Lino and Shipping Co. .Charles Brewer & Co.'s Line of Bos ton Packets. Agents Boston Board of Underwrit ers. Agents Philadelphia Board of Under writers. LIST OF OFFICERS. Charles M. Cooke President Geo. H. Robertson.. V-Pres. & Mgr. E. Faxon Bishop. ...Treas. & Sec'y. W. F. Allen Auditor. P. C. Jones Director. H. Waterhouse Director. G. R. Carter Director. All of the above named constituting the Board of Directors. AT 1 GOLDEN RULE BAH 166 HOTEL STREET, "Dorothy Veron of Haddon Hall," by Chas. Majors. "The Mastery of the Pacific" by Col- quhoun. "Methods of Lady Walderhurst" by Mrs. F. H. Burnett. "If I were King" by Justin McCarthy. "Herolds Empire," by A. C. Lout. "Wolfvllle Days" by Lewis. "The Wooing of Sheila" by Grace Rhys. "Sarlta the Carllst," by A. W. March- mont. "Melomanlacs," Jas. Huneker. "The Minority," by Hill. "The Mississippi Bubble," by Emerson Hough. "The Heroine of the Straights," by Crowley. "The Fifth String," by Jno. Philip Souza. "The Colonials," by French. "The Catholic." "Casting of Ne'ts," by Bagot. A few samples of what we have In etoclc. NOTICE. Persons needing, or knowing of those who do need protection from physical or moral Injury, which they are not able to obtain for themselves, may con sult the Legal Protection Committee of the Anti-Saloon League, 9 Mclntyre Building. W. H. RICE, Supt. Removed. WOMAN'S EXCHANGE TO Hoth St., Arlington Annex. Next to A. A. Montano's Millinery Parlors. OHTA, Contractor and Builder, House Fainter walo. Sheridan Street, near King. Honolulu. H. T. L. KONG FEE, Meroliant 1ailor, Fort St, opposite Club Stables. Fashionable Suits at Reasonable Rates a Specialty. A full line of Cassl meres and Tailoring Goods always in Stock. Dyeing, Cleaning and Repair ing1 at Short Notice. Satisfaction guaranteed. The Popular Restaurant Under New Management. NEW COOKS, NEW WAITERS. MEALS, 25 CENTS The Best In Town. HO CHAN.. - - - MANAGER. NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that L. Kum Tock Is no longer the manager of Shun Lung & Co. L. Sal Hln has been elect ed to the position with full power to act In all matters pertaining to the above mentioned firm from date of July 3rd, 1902. SHUN LUNG & CO. N. corner King and Kekaullke Sts Honolulu, July 7, 1902. Note Heads, Bill Heads, Letter Heads nnfi all kinds of Job and Commercial Printing neatly and promptly executed at the Star Offlce. CORPORATION NOTICES. EMOTION OF OmCEUS. At the annual meeting xf The Island Realty Co., Ltd., hold on July 23, 1902, the following olllcers were elected for the onsulng year: President F. J. Lowrey. Vice-President A. B. Wood. Secretary & Trens....J. A. Oilman. Auditor F. J. Amwcff, The officers, with L. A. Thurston and C. 13. Wood, constitute the Board of Directors. J. A. OILMAN, Secretary. Honolulu, August 2, 1902. WAIMEA. SUHAK MILL CO. NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING Notice Is hereby given that a special (meeting of the Walmca Sugar Mill Company, has been called by the Presi dent, to be held In the assembly hall over the offices of Castle & Cooke, Ltd., In Honolulu, Oahu, on Thursday, Au gust 14, 1902, at 10 a. m to consider nn Important communication from the agents. E. D. TENNEY, Secretary Waimea Sugar Mill Co. Honolulu, H. T., July 30. 1902. Notice of Stockholders' Meeting A meeting of the Stockholders of the Hawaiian Agricultural Company will be held at the Office of C. Brewer & Company. Honolulu, on the 9th day of August, 1902, at 10 o'clock a. m for the purpose of amending the By-Laws of the Corporation, and to transact any other business that may properly come before said meeting. CHAS. M. COOKE, President. Dated, Honolulu, July 30th, 1902. ELECTION OP OFFICERS. Notice Is hereby given that at the annual meeting of the stockholders of McCabe, Hamilton and Renny Co., Ltd", held In this city July 29, 1902, the fol lowing officers were elected to serve during the ensuing year: President ....A. A. Young Vice-President. Thos. McLean Manager W. C. W. Renny Secretary B. G. Holt Treasurer Chas. H. Atherto'n Auditor Norman Watklns B. G. HOLT, Secretary. Olaa Sugar Co., Ltd. ASSESSMENTS. The 'wenty-flrst assessment of 10 or two dollars ($2.00) per share has been called to be due and payable June 20, 1902. The twenty-second assessment of 10 or two dollars ($2.00) per share has been called to be due and payable Aug ust 21, 1902. The twenty-third assessment of 10 or two dollars ($2.00) per share has been called to be due and payable Oc tober 21, 190e: The twenty-fourth and final assess ment of 10 or two dollars ($2.00) per share has been called to be due and payable December 20, 1902. Interest will be charged on assess ments unpaid ten days after the same are due at the rate or one per cent (1) per month from the date upon which such assessments are due. The above assessments will be pay able at the offlce of The B. F. Dllling ham Co., Ltd., Stangenwald building. (Signed) ELMER E. PAXTON,' Treasurer Olaa Sugar Co. May 12, 1902. Report oi' the Condi! ion of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HAWAII, AT HONOLULU, IN THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII, AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS, JULY 16TH, 1902. Resources Loans and Discounts $ 797,013 70 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 31.0S5 14 50,000 00 U. S. Bonds to secure cir culation . U. S. Bonds to secure U. S. Deposits 200,000 00 Premiums on U. S. Bonds.. Banking house, furniture 10,000 00 and ilxtures 9,000 00 97.3IS 33 21,238 78 22,001 32 210 00 202 60 Due from State Banks and Bankers Due fr6m approved reserve agents Checks and other cash Items Notes of other National Banks ' -. Fractional paper currency, nickels and cents Lawful Money Reserve In Bank, viz.: Specie $185,707 10 Legal tender notes 170 00 Redemption fund -with "U. S. 185,877 10 Treasurer (0 of circula tion) 2,500 00 Total $1,427,077 02 Liabilities- Capital stock paid In $ Surplus fund Undivided profits, less ex penses and taxes-pain National Bank notes out standing Dividends unpaid Individual deposits subject to check Demand certificates of de posit Certified checks United States deposits Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers Liabilities other than those above stated 500,000 00 50,000 00 800 CI 48,500 00 170 00 N 458,810 9G 156,511 57 2.272 77 '182,239 72 2C.9SC 73 754 03 Total. $1,427,077 02 Territory of Hawaii, Island of Oahu, ss: I, W. G. Cooper, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swenr that the above statemont Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. W. O. COOPER. Cashier. CORRECT Attest: M. P. ROBINSON, G. J. WALLER. L. L. McCANDLESS. Directors. Subscribed and Bworn to before ine this 30th day of July, 1902. GEO. L. UIGELOW. j Notary Public. UPPER NUHU F0RES1JESERIIE 2500.000 TREES PLANTED IN THE COURSE OF NINE YEARS. METHODS OF WORK THAT ARE P.URSUED. The World Searched for Varieties That Are Suitable to the Conditions Exist ing Some of the Varieties Planted. The reforesting of the upper Nuuanu valley Is going on at the rate of plant ing 30,000 trees a your. Since 1S93 when the work begun there have been planted about 250,000 trees in that valley. These trees are of almost Innumerable species. The world Is being searched for varie ties which are suitable for the condi tions that prevail there. Already the change from the barren condition that prevailed there a few years ago Is ap parent, and Expert Forester Grllllths who was here some time ago and made a report on forest conditions of Hawaii speaks of the work done and being done In terms of the highest praise. The work Is being done under thp tin- I mediate direction of Forester Haughs. ! He has a force of nine men who are j Kept constantly at worn, xne seeas nre first planted In propagating frames. When they have germinated and grown up a few Inches they are placed In small "pots" made of tl leaf. When they have grown large enough In these to be planted where they are expected to grow they are planted tl "pot" and all, the tl leaf soon rotting away and 1 adding Its substance to the fertility of , the soil. I On days like yesterday when the rain prevents work out of doors, the force of men Is employed In the propagating ' house making the tl leaf pots and plac ing the little seedling trees In them. The work of making 30,000 of these lit tle "pots" In the course, of a year, Is In Itself not Inconsiderable. Of the varieties of trees planted, many of course are of a purely experimental nature, as It cannot be foretold with certainty which will thrive and which will not., Experiments are being made among other varieties, with the sandal wood tree, which In the early part of the century was the chief export of the Islands. So far the experiments with this tree have only been fairly success ful. A sort of pseudo sandal wood, a very pretty tree, has been found to thrive much better. A tree known as Koa Melanoxylon, or foreign koa ha3 been found to thrive excellently. The Ironwood tree does well. It grows straight up notwithstanding the terrlf ilc winds which blow through the pass In the Pall and affect nearly every other tree. Cork oak trees are doing fairly well, and a tree known as the silk oak Is being experimented with. The Eu calyptus In a number of varieties Is be ing planted and thrives. Experiments are being made with all the indigenous trees from the other isl ands which are thought to be of value. Among these are the Ohla, the Kou and the Kukui. The Kou does not thrive very well, being peculiarly liable to the attacks of Insects. The experience with the Kou is thought by some to be added proof of the theory that the Kou Is a tree which has seen its days as i species and is becoming extinct in the natural process of evolution. A tree of which considerable 13 anti cipated is called the turpentine tree. In addition to propagating and plant ing trees, the forester's force have to look afte"r the growing trees, straight ening them up where the wind bends them down, loosening the soil about their roots, and generally giving thw.i such culture ns will secune the beot re sults. Another line of work is keeping down the lantana on the government reserves. The upper valley is now practically clear of lantana and is kpt clear by a rule which directs all em ployes to cut down and burn every sprig and bush of the pest they find. Experiments with PanlcUm'and other grasses are being carried on. The pa nicum is found to be able to kill out the Hilo grass and there Is a constant and growing demand for the grass by the public to plant for forage. The government reserves extend, gen erally speaking, from the reservoirs up to the pall, and the general aim is to made It a forest that will conserve the rainfall of the region making the water simply for the city, constant and peren nial. AMERICAN SUGAR COMPANY. A special meeting of the stockholders of the American Sugur Company has been called for August 14 in room 610 Stangenwald building at ten o'clock. The consideration of reports and elec tion of officers constitute the object of the meeting. HE WAS RESTRAINED. Wing On and D. Goldstein were fined $5 each thiJ morning by Judge Wilcox for affray. The Chinese claimed he was passing along King street when Some boys tripped him up. He remon strated -with them and claimed that Goldstein held him while the others hit the complaining witness. HIT HIM IN THE NOSE. Joseph Paaluhl, a small native boy, was before Judge Wilcox this morning to nnswor to a charge of assault and battery on a Chinese. The Chinese was In Palarna yesterday when a baseball which the child had thrown struck him on the nose Injuring tlw member great ly. The Chinese went to the Queen's Hospital while the boy was taken to the police station. A nolle prosso was entered thl3 morning. A YOUNG LADY'S LIFE SAVED. At Panama, Colombia, by Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Dr. Charles II. Utter, a prominent physician, of Panama, Colombia, In a recent letter stales: "Last March I had as a patient a young lady sixteen years of age, who had a very bid at tack of dysentery. Everything I pres cribed for her proved Ineffectual and she wa3 growing worse every hour. Her parents wore suro she would die. She had become so weak tiat she could iiot turn over in bsd. Wh.u to do at this critical moment was a study for me, but I thought of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and as a last resort prescribed It. The most wonderful reBUlt was effected. Within eight hours she was feeling much better; Inside of throe duys she was upon her feet and at the end of one week was entirely woll." For salt by all druggists, Benson, Smith & Co. general agents. Want ads In Star cost but 25 cents. THE ank of Hawaii LIMITED. Incorporated under the Laws of the Territory of Hawaii. PAID-UP CAPITAL - - $600,000.00 SURPLUS ..... 200,000.00 UNDIVIDED PROFITS - 35,ooo.oo OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. Charles M. Cooke. P. C. Jones C. H. Cooke F. C. Atherton .... President Vice-President Cashier .Assistant Cashier II. Watorhouse, F. W. Maefarlanb, E. D. Tenney, J. A. ,McCandless and C. H. Atherton. COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS DE PARTMENTS. Strict attention Riven to all branches of Banking. JUDD BUILDING. FORT STREET. CLAUS SPRECKELS. WM. G. IRWIN. Clans SprecMs & Co, BAIVKKHM. , HONOLULU, H. I. San Francisco Agents The Nevada National Bank of San Francisco. DRAW EXCHANGE ON SAN FRANCISCO The Nevada Na tional Bank of San Francisco. LONDON The Union Bank of London, Ltd . NEW YORK American Exchange Na tional Bank. CHICAGO Merchants' National Bank. PARIS Credit Lyonnals. BERLIN Dresdner Bank. HONGKONG AND YOKOHAMA The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation. NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA Bank of New Zealand. VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER Bank it British Nr -th Ameri - TRANSACT A GENEUAL BANKING AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS. Deposit: Received. Loans Made on Annrnvpil fipnnrltv. flnmmerclal and Travelers' jCredlts Issued. Bills of Ex change Bought and Sola. COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY AC COUNTED FOR. ESTABLISHED IN 1858. BISHOP & CO, BANKERS BANKING DEPARTMENT. Transact business In all departments of Banking. Collections carefully attended to. Exchange bought and Bold. Commercial and Travelers' Letters of Credit isueil on The Hunk of Cali fornia and N. 31. Rothschild & Sons, Loudon. Correspondents: The Hank of Cali fornia, Commercial Itaiikint? Co. of Sydney, Ltd., London. Drafts and cable transfers on China and Japan through the Hongkong & Shanghai Ban: ing Corporation and Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China. Interest allowed on term deposits at the following rates per annum, viz:' Seven days' notice, at 2 per cent. Three month, at 3 per -ent Six months, at 3 per cent. Twelve months, at 4 per cent. TRUST DEPARTMENT. Act as Trustees under 1 lortgages. Manage estates (teal and personal). Collect rents and dividends. Valuable Papers, Wills, Bonds, Etc., received for safe-keeping. ACCOUNTANT DEPARTMENT, Auditors for Corporations and Pri vate Firms Books examined and reported on Statements of Affairs prepared. Trustees on Bankrupt or insolvent Estates. Office, 924 Bethel Street SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. DeDoslts received and Interest allow ed at 4 per cent per annum, In accord ance with Rules ana Keguiations, copies of which may be obtained on application. INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. Acents for FIRE. MARINE, LIFE, ACCIDENT AND EMPLOYERS' LIA BILITY INSURANCE COMPANIES. Insurance Offlce. B24 Bethel street. THE YOKOHAMA SPECIE BANK LIMITED. Subscribed Capital. ...... ..Yen 24,000,000 Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,000 Reserved Fund Yen 8,710,000 HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA. The Bank buys and receive for col lee'" n Bills of Exchange, Isb'uef ' .afti uid Letters of Credit, an transact! general bankng business. INTEREST ALLOV. LD: On fixed deposits for 12 months, i Pr cent per annum. On fixed deposits for 6 monthi, 8 per cent per annum. On fixed deposits for J months, t per cent per annum. , Branch of the Yokohama Ppecle Bank Haw HepininRnililM, Honnlnln p i, REAVE It LUNCH ROOM, Fort Street. Opposite Wilder & Co. II. J. NOLTB, Prop'r. First-Class Lunches served with tea, coffee, soda water, ginger ale or milk. Smokers Requisites a Specialty. .- '.'!'. .1? o . ?! ?! ' ?!? ?! IWAKAMI 3G and 42 Hotel Street Japanese Groceries . ::... ?! :" . :" SOLD WHOLESALE .o. r m W'm SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO PLANTATION ORDERS FOR Rice and Japanese Provisions Write for Prices. No troubue to show goods. - ( Electric Pans $15 LIMITED Large Shipment Direct From the H. J. HEINZ CO., Just Arrived per S. S. American FOR SALE BY ALL "FIRST-CLASS GROCERS . Hackfeld General Agents for NATIVE HATS! NATIVE HATS!! NATIVE HATS!!! . B; '. '; .?. I. 'i. .. . . . ' . . . Price $1.00 T. MURATA, Main Store No. 1011 Nuuanu Street. Branch Store No. 1032 Nuuanu Street. Telephone Blue 3311 P. O. Box 884. Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii. .. WW :& XT' . .:; ''. ;;: 1; Vi . .. AT AND RETAIL . V oo AT TELEPHONE 390, f Good Things & Co., Ltd. : the Territory of Hawaii. - .".'.0.1 ...... . and Upwards j!