TUB HAWAIIAN STAR, SATURDAY AUGUST It. 1901.
Incorporated Under the Laws of the
Territory of Hawaii.
PAID-UP CAPITAL $600,000.00
UNDIVIDED PROFITS 85,737.85
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
Charles M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
F. "W. Maofarlane....2nd Vice-President
'. H. Cooke Cashier
C. Hustace Jr Assistant Cashier
E. F. Bishop, E. D. Tenndy, J. A.
McCandless and C. H, Atherton
COMMERCrAL AND SAVINGS
Strict attention given to all branches
JUDD BUILDING. FORT STREET.
CO. OF HAWAII. LTD.
President Cecil Brown
Vice-President M. P. Robinson
Cashier W. O. Cooper
Principal Office: Corner Fort and
SAVINGS DEPOSITS received and
Interest allowed for yearly deposits at
the rate of 4 per cent per annum.
Rules and regulations furnisheo. up
We O. Irwin
Clans SprecMs & Co
Clan RVnnelsim Arents The Nevad
Natlona.1 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.
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HONGKONG AND YOKOHAMA The
Hongkong and Shanghai Banking
HJ17W 'ZTilAT.AMn AND AUSTRALIA
Bank of New Zealand, and BaDk of
VICTORIA A I I'D VANCOUVER Bank
of British North America.
TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING
AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS.
Deposits Received. Loana Made on
Approved Securltjr. Commercial and
Travellers' Credits Issued. Bills or i!-x
change Bought and Sold.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY AC
ESTABLISHED IN 1858.
BISHOP & CO
Transact business In all departments
Collections carefully attended to.
Exchange bought and sold.
Commercial and Travelers' Letters
or Credit Issued on tiio juimk oi win
fornla and N. M. Kotlisehlld & Sons,
iil!Il."c..n..,lniitu. Tlin H ii ii If nfj'nll.
jvi i uniivuuiy
fornla, Commercial Hanking Co. of
Sydney, IAU., iiouuon.
Drafts and cable transfers on China
and Japan through the Hongkong &
Shanghai Banking Corporation and
Chartered Banlr or inaia, Ausiraua
Interest allowed on term deposits at
the following rates per annum, viz.;
Seven days' notice, at 2 per cent.
Thre) 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 Prl
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 iVt per cent per annum. In accord
ance with Rules and Regulations,
copies of which may be obtained on
'Agents for FIRE. MARINE, LIFE,
'ACCIDENT AND EMPLOYERS' LIA
BILITY INSURANCE COMPANIES.
Insurance Office. 924 Bethel Street.
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; Vi.i .!fi:i; II. l,.
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Little of the Great Remedy It
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It Gives Almost Instant Effect.
"As soon as I take a little ot I'aine's Celery
Compound I FEKL ALL HIGHT-calm, sttontr
and cheerful. I have told many a friend liow It
cured me In less .than a week when 1 had a con
stant sickness and weakness, and was totally unlit
for active work. The first day 1 took Paine's
Celery Compound the great improvement bean."
-G. W. llcrry, Galesbure, III.
Paine's Celery Compound, the celebrated Nerve
Vitaliier and Tonic, cures quickly braces and
inviRoratesat once. Noothcr remedy in theworld
is like It, All doctors know its famous formula,
discovered by the K'eat scientist of Dartmouth
University, Professor Kdward K. Phelps. Nr
other remedy has stood to firmly the searching test
of time. No other remedy can point to so many
and such marvelous cures.
MR G. V BERRY
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
And Jobbers of
AMERICAN AMD EUROPEAN DRY GOODS
Corner of Fort and Queen Sts.
Twenty-flvo cents pays for a Want
ati in the Star. A bargain.
HON. S. E. DAMON'S
MQANALUA POLO GROUNDS
Auk. 21 th and 27th, 1H04.
Tickets on sale at E. O. Hall & Son's,
Woods & Sheldon, Pearson & Potter.
HENRY C. POTTER MAKES AN ADDRESS AT THE QPENING OF
A SALOON IN NEW YORK AND A RELIGIOUS HYMN CLOSES I
THE EXERCISES A REMARKABLE EXPERIAIENT IN THE (jUQQl"
LIQUOR BUSINESS. " I
NEW YORK, August 3. Bishop Henry C. Potter yesterday made the prin
cipal address at the formal opening of a saloon. The audience concluded
the exercises by singing "Praise God, from Whom All-Blessings Flow."
Joseph Johnson, Jr., an ex-newspaper man, is the active director of the
The Subway tavern, as it is to be called, is founded on Earl Grey's Eng
lish idea, and on the Norwegian system of governmental control, whereby
the number and profits of the saloons are required to come within certain
limits set by the government.
The site of the saloon is at the corner of Mulberry and Bleeker streets,
near police headquarters.
Outside and inside, the tavern looks much like other saloons, except that
its appointments are conceived in a more sprightly vein. The wide front
door opens into a room occupied by a soda water fountain and a cigar stnn.l.
This is as far as women or girls arc allowed. Behind it is the bar-room.
Every drink known to the saloon world, intoxicating or otherwise, is on
sale at the bar. Lunch tables occupy part of the room, and there is a
free lunch counter, from which food is served at noon without charge with
every glass of beer. t j. .
At another table the daily papers and a number of current magazines are
to be found. - ...... . s,. .. .,.,. 4 j
Large numbers of original drawings by newspaper artists, both cartoons
and news pictures, have been contributed for decorations. Boxes of plants'
line the window-ledges. At the same time, the surroundings are not so ele-'
gant as to frighten the Bowery "hobo"'avay. The tavern has been open to'
'business for two weeks, and is already paying its way. j
"The people who are Interested in this," said Mr. Johnson today, "have
it in mind to provide a poor man's club. The idea is, if people must drink,
to reduce the evils connected with it to the minimum. In this saloon there
are no back rooms. No women are allowed in the barroom, and no minors
or intoxicated persons are served. The rules in regard to hours are strictly
observed, and we try to give our patrons more for their money than they
get at any other saloon in town.
"We are selling what the saloons call 'private stock' at 10 cents, where
every other saloon charges at least 15. All our goods are absolutely pure."
The saloon is owned by a stock company, whose principal contributors
were Robert Fulton Cutting, president of the Citizens' union; W. Bayard
Cutting, his brother; E. R. L. Gould, ex-city chamberlain; Herbert Parsons,
V. Everitt Macy, Acosta Nichols, and Air. Johnson. The company has a cap
ital stock of $10,000. The enterprise will not be a money making one, but
proposes to pay 5 per cent on its capital stock.
How It Lingers:
That old leaning some men have fot
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
Follow the path and you will
know Steln-BIoch Smart Clothes
and learn lessons In Style,
Quality and Fit thnt you never
guessed. Ask for this label.
Those contemplating keeping house should sop the new
Porcelain or 551ne Lined.
There is a
Hut no such
Comfort there oa an
Why melt and suffocate when for
$15.00 Invested In an electric desk fan
you can l.ave genuine cool comfort?
Think about It and telephone to ue.
Hawaiian Electric Co., f
King Stroot Near Alakoa Tol. Main 390
M. HCINERNY, LTD.
Merchant and Fort Sts.
RYING TO SAVE
WISCONSIN REPUBLICAN FACTIONS MAY AGREE TO LEAVE THEIR '
DIFFERENCES TO THE COURTS AND ABIDE BY THE DECISION,
WITHDRAWING ONE OF THE TWO FACTION TICKETS NOW IN
NEW YORK, August 4. Wisconsin, with Its prize of thirteen electoral
votes, was the subject of two 'important conferences today, one by Demo
ciatic managers, who believe there is a chance to place the Badger State in
the Democratic column, and one by Republican leaders, who see some dan
ger of losing the State.
William F. Sheehan, chairman of the new Democratic campaign commit
tee, had a long session with Edward C. Wall of Wisconsin, who is now the
leading Democrat in the State. Wall wtis just back from a visit to Judge
Parker and had given to the Democratic candidate his opinion that unless the
outlook for the Republicans improved the State would go Democratic.
Wisconsin is divided into three hostile camps. One is Democratic and two
There are two electoral and two State tickets in the field, both backed
by Republicans of prominence, and each faction would rather see the Demo
crats win than have'its foe triumph. One faction Is headed by Governor
La Follette, and he Is opposed by what are known as the "Stalwarts," head
ed by Senator John C. Spooncr, Senator Charles, Postmaster General
Payne and Representative Joseph W. Babcock, who is chairman of the Re
publican Congressional committee.
Payne came over from Washington and met Senator Spooner and Repre
sentative Babcock by appointment. They had a long conference over the
situation. The President Is by no means in sympathy with the "Stalwarts,"
who took the bit In their teeth in the Chicago convention and had the La
Follete delegates thrown out. He had requested that the whole dispute be
left to the courts and that each member of the two seats of delegates be
given one-half vote.
It is now suspected that the President, through Payne, is bringing pres
sure to bear upon Spooner and Babcock with the view of getting the case
decided In the courts. If It be decided in favor of La Follotte, the other side
has promised to take down Its ticket. Thus the electoral vote of Wiscon
sin may be said to hang on a court decision.
TAMMANY DOBS NOT LIKE AT
TACK ON MURPHY AND McCLEL
I 'AN AND IS AFTER HEARST.
NEW YORK. August 1. The Times
1 "Orders have gone forth from Tam
many Hall thut William Randolph
Hearst shall bo turned down for re
! nomination as member of Congress
, from the Eleventh District. Mr. Hearst
I wants a renomlnatlon and will make a
light for what be believes to be his
I right to a second term. He desires to
' retain his seat in the House that he
may furthor his plans for 1908.
j "ThS reason for Charles F. Murphy's
' reported desire to have Mr. Hourst
I turned down lies largely in the attitude
which has been assumed by the Hearst
newspapers In attacking Murphy and
MeClellan. The Hearst managers have
j represented to Murphy that unless
I Hearst Is renominated the Tammany
I leader will have to fai-i the opposition
of Hearst's papers and Interests. In
I return Mr. Murphy is said to have told
j the managers that he never had the
friendship of Hearst and his newspa
pers and that no-opportunity has been
lost to attack the present, as well as
the Crokor regime In Tammany Hall,
and that MeClellan had been subjected
to unjust criticisms.
"Hearst believes that he has an ex
cellent chance to win a renomlnatlon,
even In a light with Tammany Hall,
and already Is preparing to make such
a contest for delegates.
Paul Morton needn't worry about the criticisms that are being fired at
him by people who think he should have remained a Democrat. He's in and
they are still trying to find an opening. Chicago Record-Herald.
Now that Mme. Nordlca's divorce has been declared valid and public In
terest again aroused, It is not too much to expect that another concert tour
will be at once arranged. Chicago Inter-Ocean.
Colonel Bryan is in the attitude of a prisoner who has confessed every
thing and thrown himself upon the mercy of the court. St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
BRYAN LOSES BEQUEST.
Associated Press. Morning Service.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. August 13.
The Supreme Court 'of Errors has de
cided that W, J. Bryan Is not entitled
to the $50,000 of the Bennett bequest.
BUENOS AY RES, August 13. The
Paraguayan revolution Is spreading.
The rebel have captured the Minister
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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
II awaiian IKTwas Oo. utd
Bishop Street. TWO STORES. Merchant Street.
TENDER BOILING MEAT, JUICia
BROILING BITS WE HAVE THEM
For special occasions or for the daily menu, we furnish the meats that
fill the need completely.
Telephone orders are carefully filled and promptly delivered. Main 7ft
Island Heat Co., Fort Street
One way via St. Louis with stop over
SALE DAYS August 18th, 19th,
September 1st, 2nd, 5th, Cth, 7th, 8th,
October 3rd, 4111, Cth, Cth.
TWO FAST TRAINS DAILY
Via the Southern Pacific
Union Pacific and
Overland Limited. Vestibuled. Leaves
San Francisco at 10:00 a. m.. The most
Luxurious Train In the World. Electrlg
Lighter Throughout. Buffet smoking
cars with barber and bath, Booklovers
Llbray, Dining Cars, Standard and
Compartment 'Sleeping Cars and OUser-
at Ion Cars. Loss than t,hreo days to
Chicago without change.
Kustern Expross.s Vestibuled. Leaves
San Francisco at C:00 p. m Through
Standard and Tourist Sleeping Cars to
Chicago. Dining Cars. Free Reclining
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, O. A. P. C.
C17 Market St. (Palace Hotel) San
Francisco, or S. P. Company's Agent.
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY
AND MATURITY CO. Ltd.
Real Estate, Mortgages, Loaris and
Investment Securities. Homes built on
the Installment plan.
Home Office: Mclntyre Building., T. H.
L. IC KENTWELL, General Manager.
r apltal Paid up.. ..
HEAD OFFICE. YOKOHAMA.
Honolulu, N w York, San Francisco,
London, Lyons, Bombay, Hongkong
Newchwang, Pekln, Shanghai, Tientsin
X'ihe, Nagasaki, Tokio.
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 Klne Street
Cplanade. cor. Allen and Fort flta.
Manufacturers of Soda Watr, Olm
rer Ale, Sarsaparllla, Rout Ber, Cream
Soda, Strawberry, Etc, Kt
Importer and Dealer tn
No. 45 Hotol Street... .Honolulu, T.
Telephone White I41L
P. O. Box 80.
fltsr Want ads nav At onoa.
Railroads and automobiles are killing almost as many persons in the Unit
ed States as war Is killing In the Far East. Providence Journal.
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