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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, WBDNIJ9DAY, AUGUST 10, 1001. TUBM. ) H
i
THE
g4NK of Hawaii
LIMITED.
Incorporated Under the Laws of the
Territory of Hawaii.
PAID-UP CAPITAL . . . . 1600,000. 00
SURPLUS 200,000.00
UNDIVIDED PROFITS 85,737.85
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
Charles M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
F. "W. Macfarlanc....2nd Vice-President
H. Cooke Cashier
C. Hustaco Jr Assistant Cashier
E. F. Bishop, E. T. Tenney, J. A.
McCandless and C. II. 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, $250,000.00.
President Cecil Brown
Vice-President M. P. Robinson
Cashier... W. G. Cooper
Principal Office: Corner Fort and
IClng streets,
SAVINGS DEPOSITS received and
Interest allowed for yearly deposits at
the Tate of Vfc per cent per annum.
Rules and regulations furnished up
on application.
Claus Sprfckles.
Wm. G. Irwin.
Clans SprecMs & Go.
BANKKRtS,
HONOLULU, -
H. I,
San Francisco Agents The Nevadt
National Bank of Elan Francisco
DRAW EXCHANGE ON
SAN FRANCISCO The Nevada Na
tional Bank of San Francisco.
LONDON Union of London & Smith's
Bank, Ltd.
NEW YORK American Exchange Na
tional Bank.
CHICAGO Corn Exchange 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, and Bank of
Australasia.
VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER Bank
of British North America.
TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING
AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS.
Deposits Received. Loans Made on
Approved Security. Commercial and
Travellers' Credits Issued. Bills of Ex
change Bought and Sold.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY AC
COUNTED FOR.
ESTABLISHED IN 1858.
BISHOP & CO.
BANKEKS
BANKING DEPARTMENT.
Transact business In all departments
of Banking.
Collections carefully attended to.
Exchange bought and sold.
Commercial nua Travelers' Letters
of Credit Issued on The Hank of Call
fornln and N. M. Rothschild & Sous,
Co-respondents: The Hank or Cali
fornia, Commercial Banking Co. of
Sydney, Ltd., London.
Drafts and cable transfers on China
and Japan through the Hongkong &
8hanghal Banking Corporation and
Chartered Bank of India, Australia
end 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 8 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.
Btatesnents of Affairs prepared.
Trustees on Bankrupt or Insolvent
Estates.
Office, 924 Bethel Street.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
Deposits received and Interest allow
ed at 4V4 per cent per annum, In accord
ance with Rules and Regulations,
copies of which may be obtained on
application.
INSURANCE DEPARTMENT.
Agents for FIRE, MARINE, LIFE,
'ACCIDENT AND EMPLOYERS' LIA
BILITY INSURANCE COMPANIES.
Insurance Office. 924 Bethel Street
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Wholesale Importer
And Jobbers of
AMERICAN AHD EUROPEAN DRY GOODS
Corner of Fort and Queen Sts.
Twenty-five cent: pays for a Want
aa In the Star. A bargain.
SUICIOE WAS NOT PREMEDITATE!! n, i 1
(Continued
his education as a civil and electrical
engineer, so that, If his advancement
In the army, was not as rapid as "he
wished, he could resign and enter civil
life in those capacities.
"Mrs. G.-orge Renton, of Ewa Plan
tation .near Honolulu, Is now In Madi
son her former home. Mrs. Renton Is
a daughter of the late James E. and
Mrs. Sopronla Lewis. Lieutenant Gar.
ber spent a day at her home in May
and she states she heard of him fre
quently through his association with
the best families In the Island. Neither
his appearance, conduct nor what she
heard of him .ave any intimation that
he drank, nor did she once ever think
of such a thing nor does she "believe
nnythlng of the kind.
"Since writing the n'bove In the noon
mall lod.v an unfinished letter of
many page's, written by Lieutenant
Garber, was received from, 'Lieut. Trot
ter, U. S. A., who took charge of Lieut.
Garbcr's papers. It is full of the great
happiness about to bo consummated In
his approaching marriage, and brenks
oft abruptly with the statement that
the wagon had called for him to go to
the Hamilton supper."
From Camp McKlnley, Capt. Nichols
and Lleutennnt Trotter, associates of
the late officer, both wrote letters of
condolence to the father of their dead
comrade, as follows:
"Camp McKlnley. Honolulu. T. H. July
6th, 1004.
"Mr. M. C. Garber, Madison. Ind., Sir:
Lieutenant Garber was a brilliant offi
cer and had the respect and admiration
of all who knew him. I have known
him, intimately at the Presidio and
here since October o'f last year and I
never bad a truer, more unselfish friend
Anything little or mean was foreign to
bis nature.
"Considering his short stay In Hono
lulu, he was well known, and the es
teem In which he was' held was at
tested by the way every one attempted
to honor him at the last. The funeral
was largely attended and a great many
beautiful flowers were sent.
"He was so 'bright and cheerful, such
a good comrade, that our grief at his
leaving us Is only less than yours. If
there is anything I can do, I am en
tirely at your service. Very respect
fully. J. C. NICHOLLS.
"Captain Artillery "Corps-"
"Camp McKlnley, Honolulu. T. H., July
A, 1004.
"Mr. M. C. Garber, Madison. Ind.; My
Dear Sir: As the tent-mate and friend
of your son the late Guilford S. Garber
It Is my painful duty to Inform you
personally of that of which you have no
doubt already learned officially from
the War Department, namely: the
death of your son, which '.ad occurrence
took place at 2 o'clock a. in. In the
morning of July 3rd.
"Ills death has cast a shadow over
the spirits of the whole city and has
'been a sad blow to his brother officers
and the enlisted men of this garrison,
he having endeared himself to all by
bis genial disposition and 'bon enmarn-
TRAVESTY STARS T
UPAGAINST'IT
MEMBER OF THE COMPANY SAYS THEY DID NOT A1AKE ANY
MONEY IN HONOLULU AND ARE ON THE VERGE OF DIS-
SOLUTION IN AUSTRALIA KOLB AND DILL'S FALLING OUT
WHILE HERE.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 18. Aliss Catherine Roberts, niece of the famous
Tony Pastor and at one time' an understudy to Miss Anna Held, returned
from Honolulu today on the steamship Sonoma after a varied experience
with the American Travesty Stars, which she says are on the verge of dis
solution in the Antipodes.
Ten weeks of arduous labor with the company and not a cent of money
tor her trouble and stranded in a strange place with no funds from the man
agers for return passage was the unpleasant predicament she found herself
in after a week's engagement at the islands. Miss Roberts tells the follow
ing story of the company and Its alleged mismanagement.
"Jealousy pure and simple among the members of the troupe from the bill
posters up was the cause of the collapse of a venture that cost its promoters
something like $40,000 so far," the petit young actress said. "When we
were engaged in this city everything looked ns rosy and bright as could be,
but we had been gone only a week when the trouble started. Kolb and Dill
had the first row over advertising matter. Each thought the other was get
ting too much press work and then there was an estrangement, which re
sulted in the two splitting and Kolb nearly left the company at Honolulu to
return here. Harry James prevailed upon him to remain and they gave a
couple of stage kisses and made up. Mr. James, the manager, is very pleas
ant, always had a good word to speak and makes many promises which are
never fulfilled. They made no money at Honolulu and pulled out of there
for Australia with just enough to pay the transportation. I intend stopping
at the St. Francis for a few days and will then go East, whence I was cabled
by Klaw and Erlanger for a season's work. No more Travesty Stars for me,
thank you."
Among others on the Sonoma was Mrs. L. Andrews, wife of the Attorney
General at Honolulu. She Is visiting friends in this city and will remain here
for about one month. Three members of another ill-fated theatrical venture
took passage on the steamer and were glad to get back to the city. They
belonged to the Sanford company, whose collapse came after a strenuous
season in Australia.
JAPANESE RESTORING DALNY.
DALNY, Manchuria, by the steamer to Chefoo, July ia. This town, which
was left in a dismantled condition by the Russians when they abandoned it,
has been practically restored by the Japanese, who are maintaining rigid dis
cipline. Commerce is again brisk, and the Chinese who were driven out
before the evacuation have returned.
The water works have not yet been restored, but the wharves have all
been repaired. The entrance to the harbor is still dangerous, owing to the
presence there of the sunken hulks of fourteen rimal! sraft sunk by the Rus
sians to keep out the Japanese. It is also believed that there are some sunk
en mines in the bay, but it is very difficult to locate them.
:o:
TROUBLE AVERTED.
Husband (peevishly) "What in the mischief is the matter with this
dinner, anyway?"
Wife (sobbing) "T the cook left t this morning and I h had to
get the d dinner myself. I "
Husband (cheerfully) "Oh, that's it, eh? I was wondering what
made it so much better than usual."
CHICAGO'S RATING.
Chicago,ls much grieved because she stands only third among the Ameri
can cities in the rate of suicides per thousand inhabitants.
from page one.)
derle. I knew him and liked him a.
Hie Presidio .and having lived In the
same tent with him here, he hos been
more Intimate with me than with any
one else In the gnrrlson, and I nm nble
to say that I have never known an
other man whom I admired and liked
more ns a -man, nn officer and n friend.
I can do no more than express to you
for myself, and on liehalf of the offi
cers, ladles and enlisted men of this
gnrrlson our heartfelt sympathy for
you and your family In your bereave
ment. "Again tendering to you our most
profound sympathy. I nm sir.
"Verr respectfully.
"ALDEN TROTTER.
"1st Lieut. Artillery Corps."
The theorv that excessive drinking
caused the suicide Is not credited by
Gnrber's former associates and his
family The Louisville Courier-Journal.
one of the lending papers In Ken
tucky, has the following regarding the
deceased lieutenant, who was formerly
In Louisville.
"InvestlgHtlons Into the death of
Lleutennnt Guilford Garber. of Madison
Ind.. who shot himself while stationed
In Honolulu recently, show thnt he
committed the rash act while suffering
from temporary Insanity. This Is the
report made by Congressman Marlon
flrlfflth. inf tVio liYinWh rVinrrtitttilnnnl
district In Indiana, from' which Lieut.
Garber was appointed to 'the regular.
service, as well as 'by several prominent
physicians who are familiar with Lieut.
G.arber's life, habits and mllltnry ex
perience. He served In the Philippines
with distinction and for n protracted
'term, and It Is believed by those who
have made the Investigation that he Is
another of the numerous victims of the
Phllllpplne climate.
"After Young Garber returned from
his two-years Philippine service and
during 'the six months he was at his
old home In Madison, prior to his ap
pointment to the regular 'service, be
was never known to take a drink of
Intoxicants. It has been learnod from
his friends and associates while In San
Francisco ho was a close student of
mllltnry affalrs and a hnrd .worker
which, together, with his sobriety, am
bition and aptitude, secured for him ins
appointment as Instructor over others
older nnd more experienced.
"Those who have Investigated the
cause of Lieutenant Garber's suicide
declare that any social drinking he
may have done after leaving San Fran
cisco for Honolulu was incidental with
his insanity, and if he was drinking to
excess, it was preceded by the mental
derangement. '
"To those In Louisville who were
brigaded with Lieut. Garber In the Phi
lippines, he was known as a studious,
diligent, conscientious, lovable fellow,
pleased with army life and ambitious to
rise In the officers' list. Every energy
was 'bent In that direction and letters
received here by former associates
were written in the happiest vein and
Indicated his great satisfaction with
the progress he was making."
How it Lingers: Good Breadps j M
Ahead vf i ;B
That old leaning some men have for - A.AJ.VfcVV- K
he Custom Tailor. They stand foi ' -i,MVVv I 'Hfl
his blunders, his waste of time, his w U 3v 'Wm
, . , X When You Use X ' li W'X JH
lack of perception and they pay hit X V V ''Smm
tall bl..s for short service. The QQ QQ j . K ' M
Reason is most generally to be found I i v , , ) j "A '"3m
in their not knowing the Way Out SOHF M 2 Jj. J
The 1'ntlt runs straight to our
unlulqhod door.
Follow the path and you will
know Steln-Bloch Smart Clothes
and leant lessons In Style,
Quality and Fit that you never
guessed. Ask for this label.
VYYYVYYYYVYYYYVYVVW
M. HCINERNY, LTD.
Merchant and Fort Sts.
III
HON. S. E. DAMON'S
MOANALUA POLO OTNDS
Aug. 24th ami 27th, 1M4.
Tickets, 50c.
Tickets on sale at E. O. Hall & Son's,
Woods & Sheldon, Pearson & Potter.
Feei Your Pulse
If it beats fast, then slow tkip
beats, your heart is weak and should
bo treated at once. Dr. Miles' Heart
Cure is the best and safest remedy.
Sold on guarantee. Send for book-outholieari
Da. Mi Ms Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
CURZON REAPPOINTED.
Associated Pressfl Mornln' Service,
LONDON, August 10. King Edward
nns sanctioned the reappointment
I.'rd Curzon as Viceroy of India.
of
, TURKS MASSACRE ARMENIANS.
lAPSociated Press. Morning Service.
, LONDON, August 10 The Turks have
destroyed five Armenian villages,
'butchering several hundred men and
committing outrages on the women.
I GREAT FIRE IN VICTORIA.
! Associated Press, Morning Servlcw.
VICTORIA, D. C, August 10. Flro
hag destroyed a portion of the Albion
Ironworks and fifty residences near by.
LEISHMAN MAY LEAVE.
WASHINGTON. Aueust 10. Tt (
istnted today that United States Min
ister Lelshman may leave Constantino
ple. VIOLENCE CAUSED BY STRIKE.
Associated Press. Morning Service.
KANSAS CITY, August 10. A mob of
200 men stopped a train noar here and
drove seventxiflve strlke-bnvikBi-B nn
I of a car. '
j CHICAGO, August 10. There was
Irlotlng in the stockyards district last
night. One hundred shots were ex
changed with the police but no one was
ihurt.
GOOD PLUMBING ta our forte, vrt
don't do cheap work, You will nnd o
exhibition In our store, all the latest
fancy designs In bath room apparatus.
We carry everything that goes to make
up that most Important part of a dwell.
Ing-the bath room AND WE IN
STALL IT RIGHT. Our plumbing It
put In to Inst, we guarantee all work
none by us, and can quote you the
Dame3 of hundreds of satisfied custom
era. It costs no more to have your plumb
ing and s'wer connections done by us,
and remember WE GUARANTEE THE
WORK.
BATH the Plumber, 165 King Street,
Telephone 61 Main.
VYYVV
L ROUSTtRED lAod S
POLO
GAMES
li is. Idai
There is a
Hotter Place
Than
Honolulu
Why melt and suffocate when for
$15.00 Invested in an electric desk fan
you can l.avo genuine cool comfort?
Think about it and telephono to us.
Hawaiian
King Streot Noar
ft M
Ikto-ny Cw-ood Book
The latest summer reading has come and the following is only a
partial list of the many new books received:
The Woman With the Fan. . . I By Robert Hichens
The Seiners By J. B. Connolly
By Snare of Love By Arthur W. Marchmont
Tillie. A Mcnnonitc Maid By Helen R. Martin
He That Eateth Bread With Me By H. A. Mitchell Keays
The Admirable Tinker By Edgar Jepson
Tomasco's Fortunes By Henry Leton Merrlman
A Prince of Sinners By E. Phillop Appenhelm
The Woman Wins By Robert Barr
A Little Union Scout By Joel Chandler Harris
1-Ia.reLiiotrx News Oo. JLVti
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
lavory Meats
For special occasions or for the dally menu, we furnish the meats that
fill the need completely.
Telephone orders are carefully filled and promptly delivered. Main 7 A,
Island Heat Co., Fort Street
72.50
AND RETURN
One way via St. Louis with stop over
privileges.
SALE DAYS August ISth, 19th,
September 1st, 2nd, 0th, Cth, 7th, 8th,
October 3rd, 4th, Cth, 6th.
TWO FAST TRAINS DAILY
Via the Southern Pacific
Union Pacific nnd
Chicago and
Northwestern Rillwnya
Overland Limited. Vestlbuled. Leaves
San Francisco at 10:00 a. m.. The most
Luxurious Train In tho World. Electric
Lighted Throughout. Buffet smoking
tars with barber and bath, Booklovors
Lilnay, Dining Curs, Standard and
Compartment 'Sleeping Cars and Obser-
at Ion Cars. Loss than threo days to
Chicago without change.
Eastern Expros.s Vestlbuled. Leaves
San Francisco at C:00 p. m Through
Standard and Tourist Sleeping Cars to
Chicago. Dining Cars. Free Recllnlug
Chair Car.
Personally Conducted Excursions
Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at
9 a. m.
Send ten cents In stamps for Rusela
Japan War Atlas.
Chicago & Northwestern Ry.
R. R. RITCHIE, G, A. P. C.
617 Market St. (Palace Hotel) San
Francisco, or S, P. Company Agent.
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY
AND MATURITY CO. Ltd.
Real Estate, Mortgages, Loans and
Investment Securities. Homes built on
the Installment plan.
Home Ofllce: Mclntyre Building., T. n.
L. IC KENTWELL, General Manager.
Eight parts of the World's Fait
Portfolios now ready at Star office.
Hut 110 such
Comfort there afl an
ectric Fan
Electric Co., f
Alakoa Tol. Main 30O
TENDER BOILING MEAT, JUICY
BROILING BITS WE HAVE THEM
ALL.
THE
Limited.
ESTABI ISIIED 1880.
Capital Subscribed.
f apltal Paid up
Reserve Fund
Yen 24.000.00
18,000,000
9,320,009
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
Branches :
Honolulu, N w York, San Francisco,
London, yons, Bombay, Hongkong
Newchwang, Pekln, Shnnghal, TientsU.
X-be, Nagasaki, Toklo.
The Bank buvs nnd receives for col
lection Bills of Exchan
and Letters of Credit, and transact m.
general banning business.
Honolulu Branch 67 King Street
(COMPANY, LTD.)
Oplanade. cor. Allen and Fort Bts.
Manufacturers of Soda, Water, OI
fer AIs, Sarsaparllla, Root Ber, Creas
oda, Strawberryi Etc., Et.
8. Kojima.
Importer and Dealer to
LIQUORS.
JAPANESE raOVISION
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
AND PLANTATION
SUPPLIEB
No. 45 Hotel Street.. ..Honolulu, T.
Telephone White WL
P. O. Box 906.
fitur Wn fldn nnv at one.
Eight parts ofllie-World's" FoIl
Portfolios now ready at Star office.
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