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THE
g4NK0FjAVVAII
LIMITED.
Incorporated Under the Laws o the
Territory of Hawaii.
PAID-UP CAPITAL $000,000.00
SURPLUS 200,000.00
UNDIVIDED PROFITS 85,737. S5
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
Charles II. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
P. W. Macfarlane....2nd Vice-President
II. Cooke Caahler
C. Hustace Jr Assistant Cashier
E. P. Bishop, E. D. Tennoy, J. A.
McCandless and C. II. Atherton
COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS DE
PARTMENTS. Strict attention given to all brancnes
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. Q. 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.
Clans SprecMs ft Co
B A. I7 K 1C J S
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 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 Now Zealand, and Bank of
Australasia.
VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER Bank
of British North America.
TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING
AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS.
Deposits Received. Loano llnde on
Approved Security. Commercial and
Travellers' Credits Issued. Bills of Ex
change Bought and Sold.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY AC
COUNTED FOR.
ESTABLISHED IN 185S.
BISHOP k
GO
BANKERS
BANKING DEPARTMENT.
Transact business In all department
of Bamking.
Collections carefully attended to.
Exchange bought and sold.
Commercial niid Travelers' letters
or Credit Issued on The Hank of Cali
fornia and N. 31. Kotlischlld & Sous,
Correspondents: The Hank ofCall
fornln, Commercial Hanking Co. or
Sydney, Ltd., London.
Drafts and cable transfers on China
and Japan through the Hongkong &
Shanghai Banking Corporation and
Chartered Ban!: 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 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.
Trustees on Bankrupt or Insolvent
Estates.
Office, 024 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 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 AND EUROPEAN DRY GOODS
Corner of Fort and Queen Sta.
Twenty-nvo cent.: pays for a Want
ad in the Star. A bargain.
SAFETY IN
THE SURF
Queer
How It Lingers:
That old leaning some men have fot
HOW TO AVOID DANGER WHILE BATHING AN EXPERT LIFE- the Custom Tailor. They stand foi
bAVliK AINU SWIMMER SAYS THAT LOSING THE NERVE IN ,
THE WATER IS ONE OP THE GREAT CAUSES OF DROWNING l,is b,unders Is waste of time, Ins
SWIMMING VERY HARD EXERICSE. lack of ncrcentlon nn.l iHpv n.v hi.
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tall bills for short service. Till
Reason is most generally to be found
in their not knowing the Way Out
"Now that the swimming season is fairly under way," said Capt. "Tom"
Riley, the veteran Coney Island life-saver, "it may not be a bad Idea to give
a few pointers to the average bather, that may come in useful to him some
time or other.
"The first piece of advice I would give Is: Don't go far from shore. Swim
ming is one of the hardest exercises in the world, and a man must be well
used to it. No matter whether he is as fit as a fiddle to run a five-mile race
in record time, let him be careful how far he tries to swim.
"Every muscle is used when a man is swimming, many of them that are
never brought Into play in any other way. This is the main reason why so
many fellows get into trouble every year.
"They feel good and strong, and when they get into the water they swim
and swim until they get tired. Then when they try to swim back again
their strength plays out, and if help isn't near by they get rattled. The next
day the newspapers have another account of 'An expert swimmer drowned-'
"Getting rattled is another thing to guard against. Nine times out of ten
this has more to do with people getting into trouble than anything else.
Whatever you do or wherever you are, keep cool keep your nerve. A man
can stay afloat a long time if he won't get rattled, no matter what's the
trouble with him.
"There's a spot just off Norton's Point where you can't make headway
in one direction or the other. If you are caught in there with a boat you
can't pull out, so you can have an idea of what kind of work a swimmer has
cut out of him. There Is only one thing to do, and that is to keep cool and
quiet, and after a while the current will carry you out, but you can't get out
by swimming. That is what we call a 'sea puss.'
"In a race I had once some years ago from the Battery to Coney Island I
got caught in this place. I knew it the minute I reached it, so I didn't try to
swim, but turned over on my back and floated. In the course of a few min
utes I was whirled out, and went on and won my race. Now, an inexpe
rienced swimmer would have got rattled, made big efforts to get out, and
finally have tired himself out and sunk.
"Don't be afraid of cramps is another thing that all swimmers should
remember. There has been so much said and written about cramps that
people arc scared to death when they feel a little cramp coming on in a toe
or hand. Then they lose their nerve altogether and give up, where by being
cool they could have made their way to shore in safety. Lots of the pleas
ure of bathers is taken away by this fear. I won't say that cramps are not
slightly dangerous, but they are never so bad that a swimmer can't take
care of himself. Swimmers with any kind of ability ought to be able to
swim any reasonable distance with any kind of a cramp. The ones who are
not good swimmers should always hug the shore and never take chances.
"Cramps are brought on by swimming. So when you feel one coming
on stop using the leg or arm where it is located. If you turn over on your
back and float a while that will give the cramp a chance to go away, but
even if it doesn't it won't prevent you from swimming slowly and getting
to shore.
"Most people think a cramp spreads gradually until it goes all over the
body from a little cramp in the toe. This isn't so. It is always confined
to the leg or arm, where it starts. This is proved by the fact that it goes
away when you quit using the leg or arm. I have never yet been in a swim
ming race for a long distance that I haven't had a cramp in a leg or aim. I
got one in my right leg one time so bad that the leg locked at the knee joint
every time that I made a kick. Yet I not only finished the race, but won it.
"Whenever you hear cramp stories some one is sure to mention stomach
cramps. They are supposed to be the most dangerous kind. You hear where
people are doubled up like a jackknife and then sink like a stone. Now, a? a
matter of fact, in all my experience I never had a stomach cramp or saw a
person with one. If they ever happen they have kept out of my sight. And
I don't believe there is such a thing. This is another fairy story that has
been told until everybody believes it. So that when a fellow in swimming
gets a little pain in the stomach he at once imagines he has stomach cramp.,
and that he's a goner, and will at once yell for help or do something foolish.
"Its nearly always the poor swimmer who gets in trouble, for he is the
one to take the greatest chances. Good swimmers always travel in pairs,
so they can aid one another in case of trouble. You often see the head of
one of these poor swimmers bobbing about away off shore, although we try
our best to keep them in, and when one of them gets into trouble he is usu
ally so far out that he is gone before we can get at him." New York Times.
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The Path runs straight to our
unlatched door.
Follow the path and you will
know Stotn-Bloch Stuart Clothes
and learn lessons In Style,
Quality and Fit that you never
guessed. Ask for this label.
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M. HCINERNY, LTD.
Merchant and Fort Sts.
1 1 1
i ?s. Kin
HON. S. E. DAMON'S
MOANALUA POLO G-QUKDS
Aug. 8ith and 27li, 1!MM.
Tickets, 50c.
Tickets on sale at E. O. Hall & Son's,
Woods & Sheldon, Pearson & Potter.
ROOSEVELT
CONFIDENT
FLEETS ENGAGED.
Associated Press. .Uornlnc Service.
TOKIO, August 11. The entire Rus
sian lleet emerged from Port Arthur
"Wednesday and a severe engagement
followed with results which are not yet
known here. The battleships Retvlzan
and Pobioda were seen outside Port
Arthur after the battle.
THE PRESIDENT SANGUINE OF HIS ELECTION AND THINKS THAT
IF THE RIGHT MAN IS NAMED FOR GOVERNOR OF NEW YORK
THE ENTIRE REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET WILL BE CARRIED
IN THE COMING ELECTION.
WASHINGTON, D. C, July 20 President Roosevelt is exceedingly san
guine of his election in November, according to friends who have talked with
him in the last few days. The President is confident that the country does
not desire a change in the parties in power at this time, and he sees noth
ing to make him believe that the voters manifest any particular dislike for
him. The President's long experience in New York politics has made him
acquainted with the varying possibilities there, but it is declared that if a
suitable man is nominated by the Republicans for Governor the President
feels that the entire Republican ticket will be carried through In November.
Newspaper stories represent the President as earnestly desiring the nom
ination of ex-Secretary Elihu Root as the Republican candidate for governor,
and some of these stories go so far as to think that the President is look
ing forward to four years from now for Root, believing that if the ex-Sec-vetary
of War is elected governor this year he will be the logical candidate
of the Republicans for President in 1908.
This, however, is probably speculative, as the President would not offend
various Republican leaders who are looking forward to 1904 by apparently
working plans so that Mr. Root would succeed him as President- There arc
many big men among the Republican leaders who arc looking toward
the nomination four years from now, and all of them are personal friends of
the President. Secretary Taft, Senator Knox of Pennsylvania, Speaker
Cannon, Secretary Shaw, who will have the backing of Iowa; Senator Spon
er of Wisconsin, Senator Lodge of Massachusetts and others are In the
ambitious list. Anything that would look like favoritism for Mr. Root
might make some of these men feel unkindly.
The President, realizing the prospects, is most likely to keep his hands off
in the struggle that will precede his retirement from the presidency.
The President's confidence as to his election in November is based upon
information reaching him through the party leaders in all the states. He
has had a number of conferences with most prominent Republicans in the
last few weeks, and all of them think the election Is assured to the Repub
licans without question.
:o:
Judge Parker has received a telegram from Muscogee, announcing that
"the Indian Territory Is on fire with nn unconquerable Democratic xeal."
He should promptly tell them not to try to put out the fire, but allow it to
spread to some region that is represented in the electoral college. Vash
ington Post.
RUSSIAN SQUADRONS TO UNITE
Associated Press. Morning Service.
CHEFOO, August 11. The Russian
torpedo destroyer Rlesitlllne has arrlv
1 ed here. It reports that the warship
'havo left Port Arthur to unite w'th the
I Vladivostok squadron.
1 BALFOUR DISAGREES.
1 Associated Press. Morrilr.tr ijtfrvii'.
1 LONDON, August 11. Prenv-r itil
four announces that he does not pro
pose to appoint a committee to examine
into the fiscal affairs of the emplro as
suggested by Chamberlain.
HAND CONCERT.
A public concert will be given by the
Territorial band at the Moana Hotel,
Walklkl, at 7:20 this evening, for which
the following Is the programme:
PART I.
March, "A Deed of the Pen" Moret
Overture, "Light Cavalry" Suppe
Ballad, "Alico "Where Art Thou"..Asher
Selection, "Pirates of Pens-.ince"
Sullivan
PART II.
Vocal, "The Holy City" (by reuuest)
Adams
J. S. Ellis.
Intermezzo, "Dixieland" Haines
Waltz, "Beautiful Blue Danube"Strauss
Finale. "Bedolla" Schwartz
"The Star Spangled Banner."
GOOD PLUMBING is our forte, vrt
1 don't do cheap work. You will And on
( exhibition In our store, all the latest
I fancy designs In bath room apparatus
Wo carry everything that goes to makr
'up that most Important part of a dwell
1 log-the bath room AND WE IN
1 STALL IT RIGHT. Our plumbing l
rut l.i to last, we guarantee all work
I done by us, and can quote you thf
I names oi hundreds of satisfied custom
jers. I It costs no more to have your plumh
ilng and s-wer connections done by us
and remembor WE GUARANTEE THE
I WORK.
I BATH the Plumber, 165 King Street,
Telephone 61 Main.
Good Bread
Ahead
f Golden GateY M
Flow j(pbr
All Grocers. r JmM
RHackfe I d &Co UTll. $&)
1
whole galcrs
There is a
Hotter Place
Than
Honolulu
4 -
But no such
Comfort there aa an
Electric Fan
Why melt and suffocate when for
$15.00 Invested In on electric desk fan
you can l.ave genuine cool comfort?
Think about It and telephone to us.
Hawaiian Electric Go.,
King Strcot Near Alakea Tel. Main 300
Rubber stamps for the business man that give a clean-cut impres
sion and long service.
Any style of lettering to suit, also copies of signatures.
The quickest work and the lowest prices at
Hawaiian News Oo. Xvtcl
Bishop Street. TWO STORES. Merchant Street.
lavory Meat
TENDER BOILING MEAT, JUICY
BROILING BITS WE HAVE THEM
ALL.
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 7S.
Island Heat Co., Fort Street
72.50
AND RETURN
One way via St. Louis with stop over
privileges.
SALE DAYS August 18th, 19th,
September 1st, 2nd. 5th, Cth, 7th, 8th,
October 3rd, 4th, Cth, Cth.
TWO. FAST TRAINS DAILY
Via the Southern Pacific
Union Pacific and
Chicago and
NorMiweetern Rillwnys
Overland Limited. Yestlbuled. Leaves
San FranelF(o at 10:00 a. m.. The most
Luxurious Train in the World. Electric
Lighted Throughout. Buffet smoking
tars with barber and bath, Booklovers
Libiay, Dining Cars, Standard and
Compartment 'Sleeping Cars and Obfier
allon Cars. Less than three days to
Chlcogo without change.
Eastern Expreso.s Vestlbuled. Leaves
San Francisco at G:00 p. m Through
Standard and Tourist Sleeping Cars to
Chicago. Dining Cars. Free Reclining
Chair 6nrs.
Personally Conducted Excursions
Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at
9 a. m.
Send ten cents In stamps for Russia
Japan War Atlas.
Chicago & Northwestern Ry.
R. R. RITCHIE, G. A. P. C.
017 Market St. (Palace Hotel) San
Francisco, or S. P. Company's Agent,
rHE
11
Limited.
ESTABLISHED 1SS0.
Capital Subscribed.
r apltal Paid up....
Reserve Fund
Ten 24,000.000
18,000,000
9,320,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
Brnnchos:
Honolulu, N w York, San Francisco
London, Lyons, Bombay, Hongkong
Newchwang, Pekln, Shanghai, Tientsin
XV.ie, Nagasaki, Toklo.
The Bank buvs and receives for col
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and transacts a
general banking business.
Honolulu Branch 67 Klnff Street
(COMPANY. LTD.)
esplanade, cor. Allen and Fort 6t
Manufacturers of Soda, Wmer, Ql
rer AU, Sarsaparllla, Root Beer, Cream
loda. Strawberry, Eta, Ete.
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY
AND MATURITY CO. Ltd.
Real Estate, Mortgages, Loans and
Investment Securities, Homes built on
the Installment plan.
Home Office: Mclntyre Building., T. II.
L. K. KENTWELL, General Manager.
8. IOJXXXX2&.
Impoiter and Dealer in
LIQUORS,
JAPANESE raOVISION
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
AND PLANTATION
SUPPLIES
No. 45 Hotel Street... .Honolulu, T.
Telephone White MIL
P. O. Box 90S.
Rlnr Want rt jnv mt ono.
Eight parts ofthe World's Fall Eight parts of the WorId'sFak
Portfolios now ready at Star office. Portfolios now ready at Star office.
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