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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, TUBSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1001.
COMPLETING THE ankofQavaii MAUI BOOM IN ATHLETICS Good Bread LIMITED. THE CATHEDRAL i MEMBERS OF THE ANGLICAN CHURCH HAVING DIFFICULTY OVER BUILDING PROBLEM. Incorporated Under the Laws of the Territory of Hawaii. PAID-UP CAPITAL $600,000.00 SURPLUS 200,000.00 UNDIVIDED PROFITS 85,737.85 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. Charles M. Cooke President P. C. Jones Vice-President F. W. Mncfarlane 2nd Vice-President H. Cooke Cashier C. Hustaco Jr Assistant Cashier 33. F. Bishop, E. r. Tenney, J. A. McCandles3 and C. H. Atherton COMMERCIAL AND 'SAVINGS DE PARTMENTS. Strict attention given to all branches of Banking. JUDD BUILDING. FORT STREET. THE FIRST CO. OF HAWAII. LTD. Capital, J250.000.M. President Cecil Brown Vice-President M. P. Robinson Cashier W. G. Cooper Principal Office: Corner Fort and King streets. SAVINGS DEPOSITS received and Interest allowed for yearly deposits at the rate of 4 per cent per annum. Rules and regulations furnished up on application. Claus Spreckles. Wm. G. Irwin. 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Deposits received and interest allttw tfd at 4 per cent per annum, In accord ance with Rules and Regulations, copies of which may be obtained on application. INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. 'Agents for FHtB, MARINE, LIFE, 'ACCIDENT AND EMPLOYERS' LIA BILITY INSURANCE COMPANIES. Insurance Office. 924 Bethel Street M. PHILLIPS & CO., Wholesale Importers And Jobbers of AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN DRY GOODS , Corner of Fort and Queen St a. nwftntv-flvo eanta uayfl for a Want .' AfUjt din A V ifm In The members of the Anglican church are discussing alterations In the cathe dral and have encountered a peculiar difficulty as a result of the changed government. The stone used In the cathedral so far came from England. It came to Hawaii duty free In the old days, but the American tariff would be sixty per cent, hence It Is regarded as Impossible to get the same stone, and attempts are being made to get a stone that will match H In the Anglican Church Chronicle, Ojlshop Restnrlck discusses the Improvements to be made as follows: "I am asked frequently what Is 'being done In relation to the building of the cathedral. In reply I would state that the committee has had several meet ings and that which has occupied Its at tention chiefly Is the matter of ventila tion. Instead of this being an easy matter It Is a most difficult one. The Cathedral was designed nccordlng to traditional Ideas, 1 ut these traditions did not arise In tropical countries. If the matter had received the attention of the architect nt the 'beginning It Is not probable that he would bave plan ned that every window should be cemented In such a way as to make It unpractlcable to open them. Five ways have been proposed. "First Taking out the windows from their stone frame and putting them In wrought Iron frames which could be swung either on pivots at the top and bottom .allowing the windows to be turned whll maintaining a vertical positlbn. or by making arrangements to permit their being swung horizontally In the opinion of many this Is the only way in which to ensure a current of nlr through the building. At present the choir contains dead air with no outlet. "But there are many things to be considered. One Is the difficulty In carrying out the plan. A man specially trained for such work would have to be obtained from San Francisco and the cost is estimated at about $800. The committee has gone so far as to pro pose to the Board of Directors the enreful taking out of two windows or more that the effect may be judged. "Second The next plan Is to place a large doorway In the place of the two east windows. The cost of this Is about $300. "Third This calls for a cutting away of stone under the windows all round the church. "Fourth The cutting of openings just under the eaves. This would cost twelve hundred dollars. In the opinion of many the3e opening would be too high to afford the relief desired. It Is pointejl out that the open windows In the clerestorv do not relieve the situ ation. "Fifth This proposes circular open ings over each of the windows; these openings to be made In such a way as not to injure the architectural effect of the building. "It Is an Important question and the committee realizing that no mistake must-be made, will do nothing until it Is plain to ail that the right way has been found. "Again ns to the building Itself. In the first 'Place the stone which will match thnt already In place in the in terior must be found. The place whence the stone came In England has been as certained, but the dutv of sixty pet cent now charged on the Importation of stone makes It we believe out of the question to get the same. Mr. New com'b has found a good stone and Mr. Peck has taken a sample of stone and necessary specifications to find If pos sible a suitable stone and Its cost. "The outside stone can be obtained on this island. We must all await developments patiently; all possible baste will be made. In the meantime the money already on hand has been carefully handled by Mr. L. T. Peck by direction of the Vestry and Is drawing Interest and so increasing the fund." PORT ARTHUR CONDITION. Aaicrlntfd Press. Mornins Service. SHANGHAI, August 9. It is reported that there are 10,000 sick and woundea In Port Arthur and that the command, er, General Stoessel, has committed suicide. Oyama 1s not expected to attack Liaoyang before the 20th. RUSSIAN ACT UNJUSTIFIED. Associated Press. Morning Servlco LONDON, August 9. Balfour stated In the Commons that the Government adhered to Us position that the sinking of the British steamer Knight Cotn mander was unjustified. BIG FIRES IN EUROPE. Associated Press, Morning Service. STRASBURG, August 9. The loss by the fire will 1e $1,500,000. TOULON, August 9. The fire was ex tinguished lost night. There were seventeen military casualties. The loss Will aggregate $500,000. NEW YORK BUTCHERS STRIKE. Associated Press. Morning Service. NEW YORK, August 9. A sympathe tic strike of butchers has been ordered. Four thousand will be called out. THINGS NOT CONTRABAND. Associated Press. Moraine Service. WASHINGTON, August 9. Secretary Hay has issued a circular to the am bassadors stating that the United States does not recognize coal or raw cotton as absolutely contraband. Attacks of Colic, cholera morbus, pains In the stomach, dysentery and diarrhoea come on suddenly and so of ten prove fatal before a physician can be summoned, that a reliable remedy should always be kept at hand. Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has no equal as a cure for these ailments. It never falls to give prom.it relief evon In the most severe cases. It Is pleasant to take and every household should have a bottle at hand. Get It today. It m save a. life. For saje by a?l .daalrs. .Benson, Smith & BASEBALL AND OTHER CONTESTS ARRANGED FOR THIS MONTH A LONG LIST OF EVENTS. PUUNENE, Maul, August 8. In or der to try the dlan.ond at Kahu lul for the purposes of the baseball qualities on August -12 a team from Camp 1 and from Camp 5 played a very Interesting match game on last Sunday morning. Captain McCubbln assisted 'by pitcher Ned Krueger of the Morning Stars In charge of the Camp 1 bunch and captain George B, Henderson and 3-balls, threemnn-out-Proflt of the Kn hululs heading the Camp 5 aggrega tion. The game lasted two hours and finally gave Camp 1 tossers a score In their favor of 4 to 3. Following were the players and their score by innings: Camp D: Henderson 3b; Horner c; Kola-Polo If; J. King 2b; Vasconcelles ss; Profit p; W. Walsh lb; McGerrow cf; Hurry Daniels rf. Camp 1: Krueger p; Robinson lb; C. Shaw 2b; David ss; Keulnlwn. cf; Aljia 3b; Gomes cf; Eddie If; Fernandez c. Score by Innings 123450789 Camp 1 0 1 0 3 0 0"0 0 4 Camp 5 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 13 Umpire James T. Fan ton. 'Scorer August Toellner. The rest of the practice games for their final pitch of All Maul against the Morning Stars of Walluku on Au gust 12 will be held on Tuesdny, Wed nesday and Thursday nights. . August Toellner, the Assistant Post Master at Puunene has resigned his po sition In order to accept 'a position In Seattle, State of Woshlngton. Toellner before coming to 'Maul had four years Post Office experience In the Seattle Post Office and came here direct from Honolulu Post Office nt which later place he was directory clerk. Following fi a list of the events which will be given under the auspices of the Puunene Athletic association at the annual Field day of the association on Friday August 12 ut the Kahull Polo Grounds: Catching greased pig: climbing greas ed pole: Tug-of-wnr, entries: Kahulul Tug-of-War team, Puunene Tug-of-War team; 75 yard sack race; 100 yard 3 legged race; baseball, All .Maul vs. Morning Stars; recess for lunch; High jump: Putting the shot (16 lbs), each competitor 3 throws; 150 yard foot race; Polo game. Entries: 1st Maul team, Captain F. F. Baldwin; 2nd Maui team, Captain 'C. C. Krumbhar; Japanese wrestling. j Committees of Puunene Athletic As sociation In charge of events of the day are: Executive Committee: J. N. S. Williams, chairman; George 'Byron Henderson, secretary and treasurer; R. W. Filler, William Wnlsh, Wren W. Wescoatt, William Lougher and F. A. Mayfleld. Sports committee for the dav: Wil liam ,'Searby, chairman; J. B. Thompson Daniel Quill, J. J. Croll, James Kirk land. H. B .Weller, George Mayflt?ld. Arrangements Committee for the day: Wllllum Walsh, chairman; E. Dinert. R. W. Filler, A. Amundsen. Officers of the dav Judges: . J. J. j Croll and George Mayfleld; Timekeeper George L. Keency; Starter, W. Lougher Entries (ire open to all comers, It be ing hoped that rome records may be established for Maul. Everybody in terested In the matter Is using every energy to make the day a memorable one in the annals of Maul ka oe. It Is almost universally conceded that the Puunene tug-of-war team will win the match against Kahulul. Thomas Black of Kahulul was a visit or in Puunene. G. Lewis of Smith and Lewis of Ho nolulu was In Puunene on legal busi ness. George Downey of Honolulu spent a few days on Maui this week. George Kidwoll of Honolulu was here on Wednesday. i BIDS FOR CONTRACTS. Tenders for public works under the Loan Act were opened In the office of the Superintendent of Public Works yesterday as follows: McFarlane cross road: John Gamnllelson, 75 days $1145 John T. Brown, DO days 1250 Kona-waena school-house: Otto Oss, CO days $2954 George Bell, CO days 2875 W. J. Moody. 30 days 3200 H. Defries, 50 days 3200 T. L. Andrews, 60 days 3113 Peter Davis, 90 days 3000 J. A. Aheong, CO days 3013 II. Kendall, 70 days 3259 .IErlckson, 60 days 3035 Onomea school-house: I. Krlckson, 65 days $2788 H. Defries, 65 days 3650 L. M. Whltehouse, 50 days 2550 J. A. Aheong, 60 days 3000 H. Kendall. 60 days 3144 Mahukona and Puuhuo road: Palmer Woods, i5 days $2900 or $2600 if Government furnishes tools. Hookena school-house: Otto Oss, CO days $3104 George Bell, CO days 2875 W. J. Moody, 30 days 3100 H. Defries, 50 days 3035 T. L. Andrews, 60 days 3063 Peter Davis, 86 days .3000 J. A. Aheong, 60 days 3163 I. Erickson, 75 days 2917 H. Kendall, 60 days 3269 STRENGTHENING THE SIEGE. Associated Press. Morning Service. ST. PETERSBURG, August 9. The Japanese are landing troops at Louisa bay, wblch enables the besiegers to surround the entire chain of outer de fences. Viceroy 'Alexleff reports that three Japanese warships were damaged In an engagement at Port Arthur on July 26. Louisa Bay Is on the opposite side of the peninsula from Port Arthur. The bay Is about five miles In length and about a half mile In width. It Is but six and one-half miles to the northwest of the Inner harbor of Port Arthur and an army landing there and occupying the hills surrounding the bay would be In a Dosltlon to shell Port Arthur nt will. The Russians have at least 'half a dozen forts, orownlng the hills sur rgupdjng thft port. , (Midway between Queer How It Lingers: That old leaning some men have foi the Custom Tailor. They stand foi his blunders, his waste of time, his lack of perception and they pay his tall bills for short service. Tht Reason is most generally to be found in their not knowing the Way Out The Path runs straight to our unlatched door. .Follow the path nnd you will know Steln-BIoch Smart Clothes and learn lessons In Style, Quality and Fit that you never guessed. Ask for this label. RCU3TIRED 16ft jS M. nciNERNY, LTD. Merchant and Fort Sts. Notice to Republicans The several DlFtrlct Committees elect ed on Saturday August 6th 1901, will meet for organization on Friday August 12th 1901. The committees elected on the Islands of Hawaii, Maul, and Kauai wilt meet at such time of day, and place, as the present District Committee may decide 'best. The 4th and 5th District Committees will meet at 7:30 p. m. as follows: The 6th District Committee will meet in Waverley Hall corner Hotel and Bethel streets. The "th District Committee will meet In Uastle & Cooke Hall corner King and iethil streets. REPUBLICAN TERRITORIAL CEN TRAL COMMITTEE. C. i,. CRJA'BBE, I Chairman. NORMAN W ATKINS, Acting Secretary. Honolulu, August 1, 1904. POLO 111 HON. S. E. DAMON'S MOAHALUA POLO GROUNDS Aug. 34th nnd 27lli, JU04. Tickets, 50c. Tickets on sale at E. O. Hall & Son's, Woods & Sheldon, Pearson & Potter. Louisa Bay and Port Arthur Is a chuln of hUls containing the fortifications which are the mnln defense of the town from an army attacking from the north or northwest. MAUI DELEGATUS BACK. WAILUKU, August 6. A luau will be given nt the residence of T ,B. Lyons In Walluku In honor of the returning delegates to the national convention. After supper, muslti and speeches will be the order of the evening. J. L. Coke and T. B. 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