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T ALU LA GETS THE Pickles Bank of JJawaii Limited. ESTABLISHED 1S80. Jissp Moore A. A. Whiskey 13 13 ST on EJAJRXH 1 LIMITED. Capital (Subscribed Ten 24,000,000 Capital Paid up 18,000,000 Reserve Fund 9,210,000 ti OWNER DECIDED NOT TO SPEND ANY MORE MONBY ON HBR-SO INSPECTORS WILL NOT INSPECT Sonic are sweet some arc sour, 'All are good if bearing the name of Incorporated Under th Laws of the Territory of Hawaii. HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA. ' L CENSE Y ft ( 1'. . Branohos: Honolulu, New Tork, San Francisco, London, Lyons, Bombay, Hongkong Newchwang, Pekln, Shanghai, Tientsin Kobe, Nagasaki, Toklo. The Bank buys and receives for col lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts and Letters of Credit, and transacts a general banking business. Honolulu Branch 67 Kinir Stxceth CORPORATION NOTICES., DIVIDEND NOTICE. MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO., LTD, A dividend has been declared and will be payable at the olllce of the Company on Monday, the 15th Inst, Transfer books will be closed from the 12th to the 16th Inst. GODFREY BROWN. Treasurer. Honolulu, February 9, 1904. Election of Officers. C. BREWER & COMPANY LTD. Notice Is hereby given that at the Annual Meeting of the C. Brewer & Company, Ltd., held this day, the fol lowing officers vere elected to serve for the ensuing year: Chas. M. Cooko President. Geo. H. Robertson.. V-Pres. & Mgr. E. F. Bishop Treas. & Secy. W. F. Allen Auditor. P. C. Jones Director. Geo. R. Carter Director. Clarence H. Cooke Director. E. F. BISHOP, Secretary. Dated Honolulu, February 3, 1904. Election of Officers. HAWAIIAN AGRICULTURAL CO. At the annual meeting of the above Company held this day the following Board of Officers, and Directors were elected to serve for the ensuing year, viz: Chas. M. Cooke... President. P. C. Jones Vice-President. Geo. H. Robertson Treasurer. E. F. Bishop Secretary; T. Richard Robinson Auditor. W. F. Allen Director. C. H. Cooke Director. A. F. Judd Director. E. F. BISHOP, Secretary. Dated Honolulu, Jan. 29, 1904. European Restaurant McLean Block, Nuuanu St., near Hotel. OPENS TO-DAY FIRST CLASS MEALS, 21 MEAL TICKETS FOR $4.50. Monday, February 15 AT THE OPERA HOUSE A IN AID OF THE ORGANFUNDOFST.ANDREW'SCATHEDRAL Tickets $1. and 75 Cents, at the Waif Nichols Co. on Wednesday, Feb. 10. . , TO OUR PlATRONS AND THE GEN ERAL PUBLIC. Owing to the Irregularity of the sys tems of delivery In vogue at the va rious Markets, and In order to estab lish a more uniform system, we shall commence on Monday, the 15th Inst., to make one delivery dally Instead of two. The wagons will leave the va rious lllarkets at an earlier hour than at present, laden with the entire orders -for the day, so that our customers may receive their Meats In better condition than When delivered in the heat of the day, and In ample time to be prepared ior the mid-day and evening meajs. Thereafter, no order will 'be received later than. 5:30 p. m., at which time he Markets close, so that those fail , Jng Jo' pjace their orders for the fol lowing day prior to that hour will have to give them the following morning at not later than 7:30 o'clock. The orders for Sunday will he de livered on Saturday afternoon as at present, and no delivery will be maid on Sunday. t We -would respectfully ask our pa trons to arrange to plage their prdera bo as to conform to the above change. 1 METROPOLITAN MEAT CO., LTD, King St. Market and Stall Fish Market PARAGON MARKET, 1 ISLAND MEAT. CO., C. Q. YEE HOP & CO., Kahlklnul Market. MONS, MOET AT PANAMA. 'Monsieur H. Moet, who was Consul lor France at Honolulu a few years ago, Is now acting as Consul and Charge d'Affalres for his country at Panama, capital of the new-born Re public of Panama, In a letter to Senhor A. de Souza Canavarro, Consul for Por tugal, Hons. Moet replants political affairs atfpPananm as "being Irj consid erable of .a turmoil. - Star Want ads pay at once. OLD jIffl) id de mmm in i fitiUidonado&Co. ( IMC. ) Spreckels Building, (Honolulu H. T. General Export Agents For JESSE MOORE-HUNT CO San Francisco Cal., and Louis ville Ky. Recorded Feb. 8, 1904 R. M. Malster to A. M. Anln, exten sion of mtg. Time of mtg. dated Apr. 30, 1902 between A. M. Anln and R. M. Malster Is extended for 2 yrs. from Apr. 30, 1904. Realty at Palama, 444 1000 acre. Feb. 6, 1904. M. R. Souza to Jos. Scharsch. Rel. Lot 6, Blk. 13, Pearl City, 14,844 sq. ft., $500. May 1, 1902. Jos. Scharsch 8f wf. to E. J. 'Morgan D. Lot 6, Blk. 13, Pearl City, 14,844 sq. ft.: $550. May 2, 1902. Wong Long Two Ass'n. to Lai Hip, et at., Tr., Tr. D. Realty on Front St., HUo, Hawaii; $1. Dec. 30, 1903. J. Relnhardt to M. Tomlto, L. Real ty at Ponahawal, Hawaii, 15 yrs. at $30 per au. Jan. 5, 1904. M. Tomito, to Hilo Mercantile Co., Ltd., c. m. on realty at Ponahawal, Hawaii; $650 at 10 per cent, per an., payable in mon. installments of $50 each. Jan. 28, 1904. Mrs. IA. Nalcapuahl to Hilo 'Mercan tile Co., Ltd., mtg. Realty. $293.24 at 10 per cent per an., payable In mon. Installments of $25 each. Jan. 25, 1904. M. Montaro to MHo 'Mercantile Co., Ltd., c m. on 1 rubber tire hack and 2 horses; $375, payable on, or before Aug. 28, 1904. Jan. 29, 1904. A. C. Palfrey to Makalo, Reh Real ty at Kahlnano, Hawaii, 10 8-10 acres; $300. Feb. 1, 1904. M. Canejo, to Yamagata,.L. Realty at Halekll, N. Kona, 4 acres, 15 yrs. at $50 a yr., payable as follows: $75 on Feb. 18, 1903 and $25 on 18th days of Aug. tind Feb. thereafter. Feb. 18, 1903. I .H. Sherwood to Hyashl et al., L. Realty at Honalo, N. Kona, 15 yrs. at $20 a yr. Mar.30, 1896. C. T. Slmerton to Uchlmura, L. Real ty at Kananeue, N,. Kona, 6 acres. Time 20 yrs., 5 yrs. at $30 a yr.; 4 yrs. at $48 a yr.; 11 yrs at $60 a yr. Dec. 29 1903. C. Morelra et ux. to M. J. Morelra, D. 2 shares In the hul land of Holua lot N. Kona 1 and 2; $800. Jan. IS, 1904. Mrs. Amoe China & hsb. to M. J. Ako, D. Realty at Walpio, Hamakua, .Hawaii, 1 acre; $50. July 3, 1903. S. B.Kaleo & -wf. to M. V. Holmes, mtg. Realty at Kaumoall, Hamakua, Hawaii 18 45-100 acres; $783.44, 5 yrs. at 10 per cent per an. Jan. 22, 1904. M. Tetzlaff et al, to 'Rose Enos, D. Realty on High St., Walluku, Maul; $5700. Dec. 19", 1903. A. K. Forsyth & wf. to Tarn Chlng Kong, D. Realty at Onooplo, Kula, Maul, 46 75-400 acres; $900. Jan. 28, 1904. 'Admr. Est. D. B. Eldredge to L. M, Eldredge, D. 2 pes. land at Walakea, Maul .area 18 4-5 acres, hldgs. etc., $550 Jan. 9, 1904. 01, Corrlllo & hsb. to J. F. Santos, mtg, Realty , 80-100 acre; $200, 1 yr, Jan. 26, 1904, lona Hulu & wf. to Mrs. C .E. King, D. Realty, Walalua, Molokal; $20. Oct. 28, 1903. lona Hulu & wf., to Mrs. C. 'E. King, DT Realty at Walalua, Molokal; $100. Oct. 31, 1903. ,M. Kalllull &wf. to Mrs. C. E. King D. Realty at Klokio, Halawa, Molokal $10. ddt. 23 ,1903. L. Kauaa to Mrs. C. E. King. D, Realty Halawa, Mookal $100. Nov. 2, 1903. ; S, K. Kuohao to Mrs. C. E. King, D. Realty at Kaaaula, Halawa, Motor kal, $50, Nov.' 7, 1903. Malele to Emalla, D. Realty at Ma nawa, : Molokaf $1. Sept, 21, 1896. Chlng York Mew to Lau Yan, ReU Leasehold, together wXth store and mdse. therein, 3 dwelling houses, 2 horses, 2 wagons, 3 pigs, etc., at Kai huku, Koolauloa, Oahu; $1500. Fob. G, 1904. KEEP OUT BANANAS. The Board of Agriculture and For estry held a meetlnc? vRRtonlnv nrinr. noon. A regulation was adopted pro- Mbiting tne importation of bananas from the South Seas, until, further no tloe, owing to repdtts 0f'-a"bllght a mong South Sea, -bananas. Want ads. in Star cost but 25 cents. 9 :: REALTY TRANSFERS f v The tug Talula Is not to receive a license. After spending considerable money in refitting her for the purpose of using the craft In the live fish scheme, the owners of the 'vessel have decided that they will not spend any more money on her. The cause for this decision was the action of the Fed eral Inspectors In demanding that cer tain repairs and alterations to her boilers and engines be made. The Talula had been refitted with the Idea of dispatching her around to the various fishing sampans to bring In the catches of fish at regular Intervals so as to sell the fish alive from the tanks of the fjsh company. Naturally as she was a steam vessel she had to be Inspected and licensed by the Federal Inspectors. tCarl F. Lehners made a brief examination of her several days ago and notified A. Garvie the owner that before the vessel would be In spected certain alterations and repairs would have to be made. In answer to this note Mr. Garvie wrote saying that he had decided that he would be unable to comply with the request so an Inspection would there fore, not be necessary. He stated that If he could not sell the vessel, he would remove the holler and engine and con vert her Into a schooner. HAWAIIAN 0 Hawaii Chapter No. 1, Order of Ka mehameha the only fraternal lodge of that designation in the Hawaiian Isl ands, dedicated Its new lodge rooms In Foster Hall, NuUanu street, last even ing, with music, oratory and a social. The order is confined to persons of Ha waiian blood, but Is said not to be political In lts character. The follow ing is the program of last night's af fair and the committees having It in charge. Prayer , D. Kanuha Music. Hawaii Chapter No. 1., W. H. Coney Music. Hawnllan Address A. Fernandez Prayer. Music. Hawaii Ponol. Refreshments. Chairman G. H. Huddy. Arrangements John Wise, George E. Smithies, A 'Fernandez, J. A. Aheong, and Charles Dwlght. Reception J. H. Boyd, George E. Smithies, James L. Holt, W. H. Coney, William Chung Hoon. Refreshments A. St. C. Pllanalai Antone Fernandez, J. Fern, W. P. Jar rett', M. J. K. Hopkins. Music George E. Smithies, William Ellis. Hall Carlos Long, N. Fernandez, Charles H. Rose. The officers are: J. H. Boyd; K. A.; A. St. C. Pilanala, L. A. A. Fernandez K. O.; David Kanuha, Ka.; W. H. Coney, Ku.; Charles H. Rose, A. P.; John H. Wise, K. P. O.; Enoch John son, P. K. W.; N. Fernandez, P. K. I.; J. A. Aheong, K L.; J. Fern, fv. W. MOTHERS. 'AND TEACHERS. The Mothers' and Teachers' Club will commence thelrmeetlngs on February 19 at the rooms of the Y. W. C. A., where all subsequent meetings will also be held. The programs ,for the first meeting Is as follows: Music Mrs. Hlbberdlne, Miss von Holt, Miss Har'tnagle.. Recitation Miss Crosette. Paper "Preferences of Children In Their Studies"......'. Mr. Griffiths. Open Discussion j.... Music Mrs. Lyon. CIRCUIT COURT NOTES. Owing to parties agreeing to waive jury In cases set for yesterday before Judge De Bolt the jurors In his court were excused until Monday. Fanny Love, administratrix of the estate of R. iove, vs. Z. C. Copeland, Jury waived, was set for trial on the 20th Inst. ...Kaplolanl Estate Ltd.. In Us partl-l tlon suit against Otuel Kinney and P Helemano, toy Its attorney, C. A. Long, has appealed to the Supreme Court from the decree of Judge De Bolt. Judge Gear has granted defendant In the suit of Brewster vs. Church ten days more to file his bill of exceptions, the additional time helng for the pro curing of the stenographic "record. Under stipulation of both sides, Judge De Bolt ordered Judgment for plain tiff in $126 In the suit of H. TakashI vs, W ,C. Achl, it toeing agreed that exe cution should not Issue for thirty days, H. L. Holsteln and C. W .Ashford, attorneys for plaintiff, have filed a motion In the Sunreme Court for an order to remit the papers In the case of Ioela Kanlanla vs. D. W. Pae No hea to the Circuit Court of the Third Circuit. It Is alleged' tnat the case Is not properly before the Supreme court. Wee Shlng by his attorney, C. W. Ashford. makes answer of irenpmi Ap. nlal to the complaint of the Oriental Life Insurance Co W.' R. ICaleookakol's ejectment suit against Walluku Suear Co.. Is eontln. ued for the term. It is six years slricd this case waa started, having been brought first In the Second Circuit Court at Walluku. H. F. Wlchman & Co., Ltd., vs. Jo nah K. Kalanlannole was continued by Judge De Bolt for the term pend ing settlement. John Hoffman always keeps a good woodpile and of the best quality which Is a tempeatlon that some people are not able tp resist these cold winter nights. Homer (MIoh.) VIdette. PAID-UP CAPITAL, - - $606,000.00 SURPLUS ..... aoo,ooo.oo UNDIVIDED PROFITS - 70,383.95 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. Charles M. Cooke President P. C. Jones Vice-President F. W. Macfarlane..2nd Vice-President C. H. Cooke Cashier F. C. Atherton Assistant Cashier H. Waterhouse, E. F. Bishop, E. D. Tenney, J. A. McCandlesa and C. H. Atherton. COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS DE PARTMENTS Strict attention given to all branches of Banking. JUDD BUILDING. FORT STREET ESTABLISHED IN 1858. BISHOP & CO. BANKEKS BANKING DEPARTMENT. Transact business In all departments of Banking. Collections carefully attended to. Exchange bought and sold. Commercial and Travelers' Letters of Credit Issued on The Bank of Cali fornia and N. M. Rothschild & Sons, London. Correspondents: The Bank of Cali fornia, Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney, Ltd., London. Drafts and cable transfers on China, and Japan through the Hongkong & Shanghai Banking 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 months, at 3 per cent. Six months at 3 per cent. Twelve months, at 4 per cent. TRUST. DEPARTMENT. Act as Trustees under mortgages. Manage estates (real 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. Truatees on Bankrupt or Insolvent Estates. Office, 924 Bethel Street. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. Deposits received and Interest allow ed' at 4 per cent per annum, in accord ance with Rules and Regulations, copies of which may he obtained on application. INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. Agents for FIRE, MARINE, LIB&, ACCIDENT AND EMPLOYERS' LIA BILITY INSURANCE COMPANIES. Insurance Office, 924 Bethel Street Glaus Spreckles. Wm. G. Irwin. Glaus Spreckels & Go. BANKERS. HONOLULU, - - - - H. I. San Francisco Agents The Nevada National Bank of San Francisco DRAW EXCHANGE ON SAN FRANCISCO The Nevada Na tional Bank of SanuFranclsco. LONDON Union of 'London & Smith's Bank, Ltd. NEW YORK American Exchange Na tional Bank. CHICAGO Corn Exchange National Bank, PARIS Credit Lyonnals. BERLIN nrpurtnef Tlonlr HONGKONG AND YOKOHAMA The Hongkong' and Shanghai Banking Corpiratlon. ' ' NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA nans or New Zealand, and Bank of Australasia, VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER Bank of .British North America. TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING AND EXCHA NftB Trrramrcss. Dfpos)ta Received. Loana Made on Approved Security. Commercial and Travellers' Credits Issued. Bills of Ex change Bought and Sold. COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY AC COUNTED FOR. THE FIRST CO. OF HAWAII. LTD. Capital, $360,000.00. President,. Cecil Brown Vlctt;realdent .M. P. Robinson Cashier. '..JV. G. Copper Principal Office: Corner Fort and King street. '' SAVINGS DEPOSITS received and Interest allowed' for yearly deposits at the rate pf y per cent per annum. Rules and regulations furnished up on application. caitp. Caplanade. cor. Allen and Fort Bta, Manufacturers of Soda Water, ain cer Als, Sarsaparllla, Root Beer, Cro&m Soda, Strawberry, Eta, Etc. Star Want ads pay at once. iiinl r riiilitfiinVi fflnriif -1 Heintz Your grocer has H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd AGENTS, HONOLULU AND HILO. Service, Pioneer. Adv. 1 Are You Buying Our Instalment plan makes buying easy and any home of moderate circumstances can own one of the celebrated Fischer Pianos A small payment down and regular monthly payments make the piano yours almost before you realize It, where you might never have one if you had to pay the cash In full. Hawaiian Bferes Oo. X,tci ' YOUNG BUrLDING STORE. I il SUES 3K. FJJKtJJSiOOA- 28 and 32 Hotel St. Robinson Block. As Pure as Its Name Implies. Crystal Springs Bntter r is the best In the world. Comes from the clover pastures of Cali fornia, new Spring churning now here. LI ml tod: Telephone ' Main 45 'TheSptaeof Life" A FEW ARE THESE! INDIA CONDIMENTS. The famous Ingredlments of the East India Cut-rles, Chutnles and Sauces all the celebrated makes. PIMENTOES MARRONS. A sweet Spanish pepper for Salads and Sandwiches. ARTICHOKES. In Tins Delicious with dress ing. BOMBAY DUCK. , ,Wlth Curry and Rice the prop er thing. LEWIS&CO.,LTD. THE BIG GROCERS, The Lewers & Cooke Building. 160 KING STREET. 2402 Telephones 240. iWIIINIATei) Pickles them in all sizes. Are You Still Waiting INCANDESCENT ELEC TRIC LAMPS are almost indis pensable in the home and the cost now is very low. Don't delay availing yourself of the convenience and comfort offered. HAWJlElflH ELECTRIC CO., LTD Office King near Alakea Telephone Main 390 Thinking of a Piano .f For your Verandah is the Bamboo Screen. 4 to 10 feet In width at 20 cent per foot. TIMES A DAY YO Cliioago The Only Double Track Railway be tween the Missouri HIver and Chicago. THREE TRAINS DAILY Via the Southern Pacific, Union Pacific and! Chicago and Northwestern Railways. Overland Limited. Vestlbuled. Leaves San Francisco at 10 a. m. The moat Luxurious Train In the world. Electrio lighted throughout. Buffet smoking cars with barber and bath, booklovera library, dining cars, standard and Compartment sleplng cars and obser vation cars. Less, than three days to Chicago without change. ' Eastern Express. Vestibuled. Leaves) San Francisco at 6 p. m. Through: Standard and Tourist Sleeping cars t"o Chicago. Dining cars. Free reclining; chair cars. Atlantic Express. Vestibuled. Leaves San Francisco at 9 a. ni. Standard and' Tourist sleopers. Personally Conducted Excursiona Wednesdays, Thurs&ays and Fridays. The best of everything. R. R. RITCHIE, . General Agent, Pacific Coast. ' CHICAGO AND NORTHWESTERN . RAILWAY. 617 Market St., (Palace Hotel), JBait Francisco. Byron HotSprings Only 68 Miles From San Francisco oa Main Line Southern Pacific Co. Mist Wtidirful Springs In Imirlea " HOT SALT, HO, 'Mtrrj AND SUI PHUR BATHS; .V Fine warm awlmmlng tanks. Drink ing waters of wonderful curative quail- ties. ' Pronounced the best In Atnerloat ' for Rheumatism! Clout, Sciatica" and" Malaria. Thoroughly modern team heated ho tel as comfortable In Winter as Sum-' uier. 1 . wan ai star v ce tor DooKiets, or oa the use of his name. ' .v-.vJ Address, H. R. WARNER, , Manager. Byron Hot Springs, Contra' Costs; county, cal. 1