THE HAWAIIAN STAR, FIIIDAY, JULY 1, 190ii
tubes. I '' -''m
Incorporated Under the Laws of the
Territory of Hawaii.
PAID-UP CAPITAL 1500,000.00
UNDIVIDED PROFITS. ...... 70,283.95
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
Charles M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
F. W. Maofarlane..2no. Vice-President
C. H. Cooke Cashier
C. Hustace Jr Assistant Cashier
D. F. Bishop, E. D. Tenney, J. A.
McCandless and C. H. Atherton
COMMERCIAL AND SAVirGS DE
PARTMENTS. -Strict attention given to all brancnes
JUDD BUILEING ORT STREET.
CO. OF HAWAII. LTD
President Cecil Brown
Vice-President M. P. Robinson
Cashier W. O. Cooper
Principal Office: Corner Fort aud
SAVINGS DEPOSITS received and
Interest allowed for yearly deposits at
the rate of 4 Pr cent per annum.
Rules and regulations furnished up
Wm. O. Irwin.
Claus Sprenkels & Co
San Francisco Agents The Nevada
National Bank of Elan Francisco
DRAW EXCHANGE ON
SAN FRANCISCO The Nevada Na
tional Bank of San Francisco.
LONDON Union of London & Smith's
NEW YORK American Exchange Na
CHICAGO Corn Exchange National
PARIS Credit Lyonnals.
BERLIN Dresdner Bank.
HONGKONG AND YOKOHAMA The
Hongkong arid Shanghai Banking
NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA
Bank of New Zealand, and Bank of
VICTORIA AITO VANCOUVER Bank j
oi unusn XMcrin America.
TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING
AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS.
Deposits Received. Loana Made on
Approved Security. Commercial and
Travellers' Credits Issued. Bills of Ex
change Bought and Sold.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY AC
ESTABLISHED IN 1858.
BISHOP & CO.
Transact business In all departments
Collections carefully attended to.
Exchange Dought and sold.
Commercial nnd Travelers' Letters
of Credit lssned on The Hank of Cali
fornia and N. M. Rothschild & Sons,
Correspondents: The Bank of Call
fornla, Commercial Hanking Co. of
Sydney, Ltd., Loudon.
Drafts and cable transfers on China
and Japan through the Hongkong &
Shanghai Banking Corporation and
Chartered Ban!: of India, Australia
Interest allowed on term deposits at
the following rates per annum, vis.:
8even days' notice, at 2 per cent
Three months, at 3 per cent
Six months at 3 per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per cent.
Act as Trustees under mortgages.
Manage estates (real and personal).
Collect rents and dividends.
Valuable Papers, Wills, Bonds, Etc,
received for safe-keeping.
Auditors for Corporations and Pri
Books examined and reported on.
Statements of Affairs prepared.
Trustees on Bankrupt or Insolvent
Office, 924 Bethel Street
Deposits received and Interest allow
ed at 4Vi per cent per annum, In accord
ance with" Rules and Regulations,
copies of which may be obtained on
(Agents for FIRE, MARINE, LIFE,
BIL1TY INSURANCE COMPANIES.
Insurance Office, 924 Bethel Street
CONSOLIDATED SODA WATER IRKS
fesplanade. cor, Allen and Fort SU.
Manufacturers of Soda Water. Out
Ker Als, earsapaiilla. Root Beer, Cream
Boa a, btrawDerry, is to., sate.
Twenty-five oe-ta pays for a 'Want
ad In the (Star. A. fearraU.
DAUGHTER OF EX-GOVERNOR
OF NEW YORK SEPARATED
FROM HER HUSl'AND.
Associated Press, Morning Service.
PARIS, July 1. The Duchess of Va
ilencay has been divorced from her hus
band. She Is a daughter of Levi P.
Morton, formerly governor of the State
Of New York.
Miss Helen Morton was married on
October Eth last at St. Mary's Catholic
Church, Chelsea, England, to Count
Boson de Perlgord, a son of the Duke
of Tallrand-Perlgord. A few days af
te the wedding was announced that
the Count had purchased the splendid
old Chateau de Valencay for 2,718.360
francs ($543,673) and with the acquisi
tion of the domain had assumed the
title of Duke d Valencay.
Afterward it was Intimated that the
money for the. purchase of the castle
had been advanced by Levi P. Morton
with the understanding that the titlo
was to be vested In his daughter.
This arrangement was combatted by
the Duchess of Tallerand-Perlgord and
this misunderstanding of the transac
tion It Is said, was the supposed cause
of trouble between Count and Count
ess of Perlgord or, as they assumed to
call themselves Duke and Duchess ot
In the beginning of the present year
reports reached New York that the
Duchess was returning to the United
States and that she was reurnlng alone
owing to a lack of family harmony. It
was even said that the Duchess had
found conditions so unpleasant that shfe
would seek for a separation. When
the Duchess arrived last March she
did come alone, but she denied the re
ports of any disagreement with the
The tournament 'In ladles' doubles
will beein thlp afternoon on the Pa
cific Club courts. The following Is
At. 4 o'leock Miss Kathleen Ward
and Mrs. T. C. Davles will play Miss
Nina Adams and Mrs. Field.
At. 5 o'clock Mrs. S. G. Wilder and
Mrs. R. Ivers will play Mrs. Reed and
Miss Irmgard Schaefer.
The present holders of the ladles
doubles championship are Miss Lucy
Ward and Miss Ethel Horner.
Entries for the mixed doubles Will
close next Tuesday.
IMPORTANT TO MARINERS.
The following Important notice of
buoys and beacons In this district has
been issued toy Captain A. P. Nlblack,
'the assistant light-house Inspector:
"Notice Is hereby given that the Mid
Channel Entrance Buoy, Nun, black
and white perpendicular stripes, mark
ing the entrance to Pearl Harbor, Isl
and of Oahu, adrift 15 February, 1904,
was replaced 22 June, 1904, In 33 feet of
water, on the range NNW. W. for the
30-foot dredged channel leading into
Pearl Harbor, upon the following mag
netic bearings: ,
Ahua Point, NE. by E. E.
Right' Tangent Diamond Head Point,
Windmill, NW. 2 N.
Right Tangent Queen Emma House,
N. by W.
This buoy is on JVie range at the
mouth of the channel through the reef.
It should be passed close to on either
side as the channel Is only 200 feet wide.
"Notice Is also given that the range
Beacons used for passing through the
30-foot dredged channel, through the
reef, leading into Pearl Harbor.'. Island
of Oahu, reported missing 6 May, 1904,
were replaced 22 June, 1904. The front
range mark Is a beacon in the form of
a diamond 6 feet square nnd the rear
range mark a beacon in the form of a
windmill (2-12-foot boards crossed).
both beacons being whitewashed. They
are on the range NNW. W. which is
the mid-channel course through the
dredged portion of the reef. The apex
of the diamond-shows just under the
cross boards of the rear range mark.
These range marks are erected on the
submerged coral reef near the Queen
The family of a dead Japanese soldier
gets, roughly speaking one-third of the
pay of hla rank. This would give the
widow of a private 41.25 a month; of a
first lieutenant $0.25; of a captain, 43.33;
and to the widow of a colonel, $20 a
Want ads In Star cost but Zb rents.
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Received per "Nevadan" and now on
sale, the latest and freshest stock of
Iron and Wood Clubs,
' Caddy Bags,
Haskell and Pneumatic
Golf Countcrij. ,
All Standard Goods at low prices.
E. 0. HALL
CHOICE GEMS OF ART OFFERED
BY THE STAR COMPLETE HIS
TORY OF WORLD'S FAIR.
Every person who visits the Louisia
na Purchase Exposition will highly ap
preciate the magnificent views which
we are now offering to our readers,
since these views furnish a valuable!
and abiding souvenir of this great civic
Those who, through any reason, are
not able to visit the Exposition will
welcome the views quite as gladly, since
they present a complete pictorial and
descriptive history of the memorable
All classes and 6ondltlons of men and
people of nil ages will alike find amuse
ment and Instruction In the artlstiq
pages of this great series; while the
student and the artist will discover a
thousand details worthy of careful
thought and study.
An Important feature of the distri
bution is to be found in the fact that
the thirty portfolios cost but a trifling
amount, which anyone ts glad to ex
change for so worthy and lasting an ac
quisition. All our readers seem to understand
thoroughly by this time that the "For
est City" series of views Is official; that
they are the best obtainable, the orig
inal photographs having been taken by
the official photographer of the Exposi
tion, and the description having been
written by Walter B. Stevens, Secretary
of the Exposition.
This makes the work a production of
the highest authority, and, on that ac
count particularly valuable both for
purposes of education and reference.
It, therefore, becomes almost the duty
of every person who desires to be con
sidered progressive to secure the entire
series, and the easy manner in which
this may be done Is fully explained In
the "Forest City" announcement, which
appear from time to time in our col
umns. Briefly speaking. It is only necessary
to send or bring a "Forest City" cou
pon with 10 cents to secure any port
folio which has been issued; the small
amount mentioned being merely to cov
er cost of handling, addressing, mailing
Our original supply of the early num
bers was quickly exhausted, but we
have now made arrangements so that
those who did not begin with Part 1.
can secure back numbers notf This
fact will be appreciated by those who
desire the series from start to finish.
Part 1 and 2 now ready. Part 3 ready
FIFTY YEARS A JANITOR.
A unique occasion was that recently
I celebrated In the Fifth Avenue Church,
I New York when the church recognized
the completion ot the fifty years of
! service of the assistant Janitor by pre
1 sentlng him with a check for $1,1Q0. A
similar gift was made by the same
J church last autumn when the janitor
,also completed a half century of f--e:-
Want ads In the Star bring quick re
sults. Three lines three tlmrs for 2B i
Is a preparation ofjsoothlng and
healing properties; dt removes dandruff
and cures itchin scalps.
Sold, by all Druggists- and at the
Union Barber Shop. Tel. Main 232.
& SON, LTD.
MADAM; The Money your
husband could save wearing
STEIN-BLOC II SJiAIlT
CLOTHES would buy you two
Summer Gowns and as many
Next Winter. He would look
even better than he docs now,
especially If he has been trust
ing to the average Merchant
SO WE RESPECTFULLY SUG-
GEST that you ask him to drop
In today, or maybe tomorrow,
and scrutinize our clean-cut as
sortment of STEIN-BLOCH
SMART CLOTHES for the
Spring and Summer.
Come with htm If you can. A woman's
perception "and Judgment are often
quicker and sounder than' a man's in
the matter of cloth quality.
are signed with this Label.
M. nciNERNY, LTD.
Merchant and Fort Sts.
"apltal Paid up....
Reserve Fund ......
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
Honolulu, N w York, San Francisco,
London, Lyons, Bombay, Hongkong
Newchwang, Pekln, Shanghai, Tientsin
Kobe, Nagasaki, Tokio.
The Bdnk buvs and receives for col
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and transacts a
general hanking business.
Honolulu Branch 67 Kins: Street
For the strong an Invgorator
for the weak.
It Is fine and pure and gives
strength to all who use It.
AGENTS FOR HAWAII.
PHONE WHITE' 1331
P. O. BOX C17.
Notice to Bondholders
EWA PLANTATION' CO.
In accordance with the terms under
which its bonis were issued, the Ewa
Plantation Company will pay. with ac
crued Interest on July 1st, 1904, One
Hundred Th.asand Dollars (SIOO.OOOO)
of Its. bonds. The number of the
bonds to he paid are as fo''ows:
11 111 221 324 431
17 117 227 325 437
20 119 244 333 438
23 126 , 255 337 440
26 . 128 256 338 442
!8 146 273 345 447
40 154 285 351 449
41 158 287 353 456
50 159 296 369 459
64 161 294 368 458
67 164 299 379 470
C4 172 305 , 381 471
65 173 309 387 474
76 175 . 310 397 477
77 186 311 402 480
SO 196 312 .406 490
81 197 317 411 495
92 202 318 415 496
99 211 319 416 499
101 214 321 430 500
Notice Is hereby glvim to the holders
of these bonds to present the same for
payment at the office of the Treasurer
of the Ewa Plantation Company In
Honolulu Cd July 1st, 1904, and that
Interest 'on same will oease from and
after that date.
W. A. BOWEN,
Treasurer, Ewa Plantation Co.
Honolulu (Hawaii) May' 18, 1901.
Mint Fivii Say
that Coffee when pure Is one of the most healthful of beverages, 'but It
must be pure. It Is only when mixed with Chicory that It becomes In
jurious to the system.
We have been most successful In encouraging the use of pure coffee.
Old Kona Coffee
Is only .pure old coffee roasted and ground fresh every day. Wo have
no hesitation In recommending It as the best value offered In the Islands.
ALL GROCERS SELL IT,
ASK FOR THE "KAMEHAMEHA" BRAND.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd
AGENTS, HONOLULU AND HILO.
Simply turn on the button to have - -
the cooling zephyrs ripple your hair
and make you forget about the day
$15 BUYS ONE
That Isn't much to spend for lasting
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., LIMITED
TELEPHONE MAIN 390
SELECT "VOCAL MUSIC
One can select at random any song written by this favorite com
poser and know that it will be pleasing. We have nearly every song
he ever wrote.
In our recent new shipment we also received songs of Hawley, De
Koven, Tosti, d'Hardelot, Neidlinger and many others.
II ovrtailaxx IXTwss Oo. " Xyt3L
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
For one week, commencing June 34
28 and 32 Hotel St.
For special occasions or for the
fill the need completely.
Tplnlinnr nrApra nrf rnrpfnlfv filled nnd nrnmndv HpllvrrcH. Alnln nf "'.-v4
Island fleat Co., Fort Street
The Only Double Track Railway be
tween the Missouri River and Chtcag
THREE TRAINS DAILY Via tht
Southern Pacific, Union Pacific bm6
Chicago and Northwestern Railways.
Overland Limited. Vestlbuled. Leavei
San Francisco at 10 a. m. The mosl
Luxurious Train in the world. Electric
lighted throughout. Buffet smoking
cars with barber and bath, bookloveri
library, dining cars, standard and
Compartment sloping cars and obser
vation cars. Less than three days t
Chicago wlthput change.
Eastern Express. Vestlbuled. Leavei
San Francisco at 6 p. m. Through
Standard and Tourist Sleeping cars to
Chicago. Dining cars. Free recllnlnj
Atlantic Express. Vestlbuledi Leavei
San Francisco at 9 a. m. Standard ad
Personally Conducted Excursloni
Wednesdays, Thureaays and Friday
The best of everything.
K. K. RITCHIE,
General Agent, Paclflo Coast.
CHICAGO AND NORTHWESTERN
617 Market St., (Palace Hotel), Bai
QUESTION OF PRIORITY.
The Publisher The Insolence of these
authors 1 Here's Splffles demanding to
see the Illustrations before ho writes
the storv for theml
His Partner Absurd! First thing oue
knows .hev will be asking to have the
lllastrators read 'the stories before they
draw he pictures for 'era.-Life.
Want ada in the Star bring Quick re
sults. Three tines three -times for 26
Don't you ?
Only way to get any com
fort this kind of weather,
' and a good way, too.
th to July 2nd, in all lines of goods.
TENDER BOILINQ MEAT, JUICVi !f '
BROILING BITS WE HAVE.THEM
daily menu, we furnish the meats that
Tourists who wish to see the wind
ward side ot Molokal, with Its wonder
ful cliffs, deep gulches and fertile vol
1 ys, with the most unique and beau
tiful prospects on every hand, should
take the trips on tho new steamer Like
like. Around Molokal In '"-yllght with,
night run to ahalna the ancient capl
tol.. Sailings, Monday at 5 p. m re
turning Tuesday night.
Wednesday at 5 p. r. ., returned Fri
New steamer, all deck .aterooms,
airy and eommodlous.
Full particulars at WUder'e Steam
B'llp Company office.
Importer and Dealer In
GENERAL MERCHANDISE '
AND PLANTATION '
No. 45 Hotel Street.... Honolulu, T.
Telephone White 2UL ' i "
P.O. Box W. PIKB
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