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At Portland Bank of Hawaii Budweiser Beer Fairbanks ' WMtTBO. InwrjHWts! Untter the Is.w tf the Territory at lUwiilt. PA1DUP CAPITAL tM),W BonPMrt mM.to undivided profit idn. oppioani!. DliarlM M. Cooke President r. a JmiM vTe-PrSldent p. w. M4jfrUui..tnd vic-rreeltJ&nt C II. Cooke Qeshler D. Huetace Jr Assistant Qasltler F. U. Damon Asetotiint Qftshler F. II, Damon retry DIRECTORS: Chas. M. Cooke, P. C. Jones, P. W. Macfarlnne, 15. V. Illshop, E. D, Tenney.J. A. McCandlwH, C II. 'Atherton, C. II. Cooke. COMMERCIAL AND RAVINGS DE PARTMENTS. Strict attention given to all branches of Banking JTJDD BUILDING. Claus Sprockets, FORT STREET. "Win. G. Irwin. teSpckfils&Co HONOLULU n. i. Ban Francisco Agents The Nevada National Bank of San Francisco. DRAW EXCHANGE ON BAN FRANCISCO The Nevada Na tional Ba k of San Francisco. i ONDON Union, at Jndon Sc. Smith's Bank, Ltd. NEW YORK AmIoan Exchange Na tional Bank. CHICAGO Coin'vJSKOhange National Bank. PARIS Credit Lyonnals. BERLIN Dresdner Bank. itnvr.ifnvR AND YOKOHAMA The Hongkong and Shanghai Corporation (Associated Press Cable) PORTLAND, On., June i. Vice-President Fairbanks has arrived ai'd will open the Exposition today. Sa--:' ':-: a.:.-4c... :.(..:...'..;, I BRQWN POSITION IS SATISFACTORY MERCHANTS AND BUSINESS MEN SATISFIED WITH HIS STATEMENTS. Satisfactory progress towards the opening of the campaign was made at the meeting of the County Committee last evening. A. M. Brown stating his position on the question of the resolu tion adopted by the committee some days ngo said: "Inasmuch as I am a candidate pled- Banklng Bed to Bupport the Republican platform and Republican principles I, of neces- NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA slty. owe allegiance to the present uN Bank of New Zei. '.nu. ana uaiiK 01 iniiiisiruuoii, which is a liuiiuuucun nu- Australasla, j ministration. ; Mr. urown went on to say that as far as Governor Carter was concerned, he and the Governor had their personal differences which could never be heal ed, still he (Brown) recognized Gover nor Carter as the head of the Republi can administration, and owing allegi ance to that administration he, of ne cessity owed allegiance to him as Gov ernor, and consequently the adminis tration In tho coming county cam paign. Mr. Brown further stated that as there had been some misunderstanding as to his position and the statement had gone forth that business men, or certain business men, would not con tribute funds to the campaign on that account, he was willing, personally, to put forth his best endeavors to aid the finance committee. Sir. Brown was added to the finance committee which now consists of John Wnterhouse, E. R. Adams and A. M. Brown, and as the position of all con cerned Is satisfactory to the merchants generally, It Is believed that the neces sary funds for the campaign will be readily secured. Tho executive committee was ap ponted as follows: H. Murray, A. H. VICTORIA AND VANCOUVEB-Bank of British North America, TRANSACT A GEI'ERAL BANKING AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS. Trn.itg nopolvefl. Loms .lada n Approved Security. Commercial and ravellers Credits Issued. Bills of Ex-, change Bought and Sold. COLLECTION PROMPTLY AC COUNTED FOR. ESTABLISHED IN 1858. BISHOP & CO. BANKERS BANKING DEPARTMENT. Transact business In all departments of : nklng. , Collections ear Tully attended to. Exchange bought and sold. Commercial and Travelers' Letters Credit issued on the BanK 01 GLEANER'S ELECT THEIR OFFICERS ANNUAL MEETING OF THE USE FUL MISSIONARY SOCIETY WAS HELD YESTERDAY. The annual meeting of the Missionary Gleaners was held yesterday at the Central Union church when the fol lowing were eleoted officers for the en suing year: President Mrs. D. L. Withlngton: 1st vice president. Charlotte Hall; 2nd vice president, Florence Hall; secretary Kl sa Peterson, recording secretary Ethel Damon; treasurer, Mrs. N. L. Moore; usslstant treasurer, Julie Damon. The treasurer's report showed that the society Is on a sound financial basis. The following appropriations were made for the ensuing year: Kawaiahuo Seminary $150; Free Kindergarten $100; Knkanko work $60; Bible Wader, $35; Palama Sewing School, $25; Woman's Board, $10; Boy In Armenia, $26; Mlcro enslan Box, $30; Chinese work $25; Jap anese work, $15; Ruk School $15; Ku sale School $25; Associated? Charltlos, $10; total $514. This afternoon the Gleaners will, give a Bag and Notion Sale on the spacious grounds of the residence of Mrs. W. R. Custlo, corner Victoria and Klnau streets. The sale will last from 3 to C p. m. ART IN VARIOUS MRS. BIRD'S EXHIBIT OF ANTIQUE JEWELRY SHOWN AT THE KILO HANA ART LEAGUE ROOMS. Of California and N Sons, London, There wus on Interesting exhibition M. Rothschilds & Moore, C. Zelgler, J. C. Qulnn, Logan, W. W. Goodalo, Fern, Dwlght, Kenloha. j 0f jewelry made yesterday In the All of tho candidates have now en- rooms of the Kllohana Art Leogue i dorsed the resolution of fidelity to the Corresnondcnts for the American ' administration, nattonul and territorial. - I it iiuu iiniiniinnnrl Hint Mr. Plpinmpr. Express Company, and inos. cook & Son. Interest allowed on term and Savings Banl- Deposits. TRUST DEPARTMENT. Act as Trustees, collect Rents and Dividends. Safety Deposit ault. ACCOUNTANT DEPARTMENT, 928 Bethel treet. Auditors nnd Tru:ees In Bankruptcy Bcoks oxam'ned and reported on. INSURANCE DEPARTMENT, 024 the! Street. , Agenis lor Fire. Mrrlne. Life, Acci dent nnd Employers Liability Insur ance Companies. THE It was announced that Mr. Pleinmer, nomlneo for deputy sheriff of Wanulua would not run, and Reprtsentat'ce Os car Cox had been chosen In his place. Limited. ESTABLISHED 1880. HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA. A LION'S HEART1 VERY PLEASING H The Ellcford Company which bus done an exceedingly largo business since tho commencement of their en gagement were grei-ted with another good house last evening when they pre sented Carl TtiHwln's romantic comedy drama "A Lion's Heart." Mr. Has wln makes the most of his material and has given us a very Interesting play. The comedy Is excellent and thf pathos Is well lnterwovon. The first net re- Dr. Detmel's Is a iwrfecl sanitary underwear posaesalnc remarkable wear bit qualities and beta finished in the bwt and moat up-to-date style. Ordinary linen makes a clean under wear but It l cold and clammy and Much sickness Is caused by colds con tracted wMI wring It. , Dr. Ddmr UMkrwetr l s mply Jlften with the cold taken out by a special croress which, transforms the objectionable material into a soft, warm, porous, fabric known as Linen- Mesh. This underwMr Is especially suited for the summer salon when one per spires with but lltti provocation. We keep a large ettoufh variety of slses to fit everyHlj'.v M. flciNERNY, LTD. MERCHANT AND PORT STS. STEAMERS TO ARRIVE. Date. Name. From. May 2 Sierra Colonies 3 Manuka Colonies 3 Ventura San Francisco G Miowera Victoria, B. C. 9 Siberia Yokohama 10 Korea San Francrsco 12 Alameda San Francisco 19 Nebraskan San Francisco 19 Mongolia Yokohama 19 Coptic San Francisco 23 Sonoma Colonies 21 Sierra San Francisco 30 China Yokohama 31 Aorangl Colonies June 2 'Alameda Ban Francisco 3 Siberia San Francisco 3 Manuka Victoria, B. C. 9 NevadafT , San Francisco 13 Ventura Colonies 13 Manchuria Yokohama 14 Mongolia San Francisco 14 Sonoma San Francisco 20 Doric Yokohama 23 Alameda San Francisco 24 China San Francisco 28 Miowera Colonies 30 Nebraskan San Francisco when the productions of Mrs. May Mott-Smlth-BIrd wero shown. The de signing and execution wero all her own and tho unique effects obtained were much admired. An antique effect Is given to all of the specimens, which range from cameo brooches to rings, pins, watch fobs, hair combs and other articles of personal adornment- Mrs. Bird's productions were on ex hibition as evening and there were present to ste them ns well as to le exhibit of plcturs by tho Art gue. Two pictures uy n. u. uesi. one of the well known California land scape painters, attracted considerable atttntlon. Both are of scenes In the Giant Rewood forestn of the High Sierras. A "Sketch In North Italy," by Anita Focke, was also much ad miral. In form work, the only exhibits nre by J". Rosonsteln. Tho exhibit Is opon to the public ovory day from 9 to 6 and from 7 to 9 In tho evening until June 10. presenting the dressing room In the t j circus was well gotten up as was the SALES OF STOCK. penal settlement In New Caledonia. As . The sale made and reiwrted on the 'Blzardo, tho Lion Tamer, Pletro Sosso stock Exchange during the month of Capital Subscribed Yen 24,000,000 allowed to the best advantage. This jiny were as follows: . Capital Paid Up 18,000,000 gentleman Is always conscientious and,. S63 Ewu, 27.25 to 30; CO Haw. Agr. 95; Reserve Fund ' 9,720,000 painstaking In all the characters ho as- 271 Haw. Com. & Sugar 82 to $81.76; sumes. Miss Auda Due played Louise ( sol Haw. Sugar, 33.12 1-2 to 35; 130 Ho and Marlon In her usual charming ribkna, 18; 20 Kahuku. 32; 154 Kihel, U style. George Hernandez and Myrtle to 11.50; 510 McBryde, 7.37 1-2 to 9; 125 Solwyn were perfectly at home as Oahu Sugar, 117.50 to 120; 515 Ookala, is different from other been in that (he manufacturers donE ask themselYts how cheap but how food ihev can main it. Tkc result ia unturpataed quality combined with perfect jmrtif. Despite the (act that St ia higher -priced than moat beer, its ale it phenomenal, and is constantly increasing: a atrlidMf testimony to its meritorious qualities.' H. Hackfeld&Co., Ltd DISTHIHIT' H nighty Good Reading, The Plum Tree David Graham Phillips The Monks' Treasure George Horton The Purple Parasol Geo. JJarr McCut:heon Return Alice Mac Gowan Sunset Trail . Alfred Henry Lewis The Lion's Skin John S. Wise For the White Christ.: Robert Ames Bennct The Way of the North Warren Cheney The Prize to the Hnrdy Alice Winter The Fugitive Blacksmith Chas. D. Stewart A Prince to Order Chas. Stokes Wayne Following the Sun Flag John Fox, Jr. HAWAIIAN NEWS CO, LTD YOUN : BUILDING STORE. Br ME Vhat is pleasantcr, when darkness has come, than ' to cease from meditative contemplation of the day's dying glories, turn on the ELEC TRIC INCANDESCENT LIGHT and spend the remainder of the evening in the company of a pipe and a good book? No other light is cap able of giving nearly as much comfort and satis faction no other light is so healthful or economical. 4; 0 STEAMERE TO DEPART. Date. Name. For. May 2 Sierra San Francisco 3 Manuka Victoria, B. C. 3 Ventura Colo lies C Nn-adan fSan Francisco fr-Miowera Colonics 9 Siberia Sin Franclsjo 10 Koroa Votcoham-i 17 Alameda San Francisco 19 Mongolia San Francisco 19 Coptic Yokohama 23 Sonoma San Francisco 24 Sierra Colonies 27-rNebraska tSan Francisco , 30 China San Francisco 31 Aorangl Victoria, B. C. June 3 Siberia Yokohama 3 Manuka Colonics 7 Alameda San Francisco 13Ventura San Francisco 13 Manchuria San Francisco 14 Mongolia Yokohama 14 Sonoma Colonies 17 Nevadnn tSan Francisco 20 Doric San Francisco 24 China Ynkohimn 28 Alameda San Franclnco 28 Miowera Victoria. B. C. Calling at Manll. t Dat of Daparture fro,. Kanul il. U. S. A. Transport) will leave for Sin Francisco and Manila, and will arrive from same porth nt Irregular Intervals. Co,, ltd, 223-227 King Street 03EIOXOJ3 GOODS Ladles' Silk Kimonos $6.(9 Children's Silk Kimonos .. 2.7S Silk Short Kimonos i 3. 26 Japanese Silks (in all colors) per yard 49c Silk Cushion Covers with Coat of Arms, Silk Linen and Cotton Hand kerchiefs, Japanese Purses for ladles, Japanese Screens and latest atyles . f Vases at very low prices. JK. ErxjHZiOKO DA su and 32 Hotel St. RoblnBon Block. S DAYS I2V LKSS Branches: Honolulu, New York, San Francisco, London, " Lyons, Bombay. Hongkong, Newchwang, Pekln, Shanghai, Tientsin, Kobe, Nagasaki, Toklo. The Banks buys and receives for col lection Bills of Exchange, Issuer Drafts and Letters of Credit, and transacts genral banking business. Honolulu Branch 67 King Street PAPER WEDDING. Sunday evening a week ago was th occasion of a very pretty paper wed ding celebration nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Lennox at Eleele-, and Jruo to the fashion the hostess wfcs attired In a lovely crape paper dross, while the host wore a handsome paper, .veu. The Garden Island. V T. HAYASHI, TAILOR. Clothes Cleaned, Dyed and Itepalre. 6S7 Beretanla Street. Oprwslte Queen's Hospital. Bealby and Bessie and had the house in a roar with their fake hair pulling match. William Clarion was a manly and noble Dick Loremoro. Charles Edler as Col. Vlllefort was a villain to the gallery's taste, and Frank Wyman acquitted himself creditably In the character of Gaspard Dobre. Miss Selwyn made a hit with her specialty. The other members of the company had minor roles but were conscientious In their work. At tho matinee Saturday "Jack and the Beanstalk" with Hoppy Hooligan nnd tho Katzenjammer family. Commencing next Monday there will bo the latest moving pictures shown between the acts. CHEE HOONKEE, Hotel - Street near Maunakea. Plumber LOUl' CHEE, MANAGER, Want ads In the Htar bring quick re turns. Three lines three times for 25 7.50; 180 Olaa, G.2G to 5. CO: 253 Pioneer Mill, 150 to 165; 119 Walulua, 58 to C8; i( I-I. S. N. Co., 140; 9 Haw. Electrnc 112.50; 5 Hon. R. T. & L. Co., Pfd., 100; 130 Oahu R. & L. Co., 75 to 77; $2000 Haw. Ter. 4 per cent F. C. bonds 100.25 to 100.50; $200 Pioneer 6 per cent bonds, 102.50; $21,000 Walalua 0 per cent bonds, 101.50 to 101.75. MRS. GAINES' FATHER DEAD. News was received yesterday of the death of the father of Mrs. J. D. GalnotJ wife of tho superintendent of the Pa cific Cable station here. The lings of the cable ship Restorer were half mast od and a reception which was to have been given aboard on Friday has been postponed. Want nds In the, tar bring quick re turns. Throe linos three times for 25 cents. TEACHERS WILL MEET. The Teachers' Association will meet at the High School on Friday, June 2, at 7:30 p. m. Rev. Sereno Bishop D. i D.. will snonk on the evolution of th mountains of Oahu. Miss Stewart or the Normal school will conduct a model recitation In number work. ft. B Turner will tnlk to the teachers on tho sublect of the Juvenile Court which has Just been crouted by the Leglsla-ture. Persons of dVwlmlnatlon nre always on the alert for quality Rainier Beer was awarded gold meda! at the Paris Exposition for purity, quality and ex cellence of flavor. Only the chemistry of nature Is em ployed In the manufacture of lcalnter Beer. It Is wholesome, Invigorating and genuine. and over Tho Only Doubie-Tra. k Railway beween the Missouri River and Chicago. VIA SOUTHERN PACIFIC, UNION PACIFIC AND CHlCAdO & NORTHWESTERN RAILWAYS. Overland Limited. Vcstibuled. Loaves San Francisco at 11:00 a. m. Dally. 'J.iie most Luxurious Train in the World, electric Lighted Through out. Double Drawing-Room, Sleeping Cars, Composite, Observation, Buffet Smoking and Library Car. Dining Cars, Meals a 1 Carte. Less than three days to Chicago without change. Eastern Express. Vestlbtiled. Leaves San Francisco at 6:00 p. in. Dally Through Pullman Palace and Tourist Sleeping Ctrs to Chicago. Dlnlsta .V Cars. Free Reclining Chair Cars. Atlantic Express. Vestibuled. Leaves San Francisco at 9:00 a. m. Dally. Standard nnd Tourist Sleepers. PERSONALLY CONDUCTED EXCURSIONS Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. The tost of everything. Oliioatso .& Northwestern Ky R. R. RITCHIE, 0. A. P. C, or S P Company's Ag nt C17 JlTket St. (Palace Hotel) San Frnnolsc. -r; REMINGTON Standard Typewriter PAPERS. RIBBONS, CARBONS, LETTER BOOKS, EYELET PRESSES, RENCILS, ERASERS, PAPER FASTENERS, ETC., ETC., ETC. Atlas Assurance Company of Londost. Phoeplx Assurance Company of Londoas. New York Underwriters Agency, Providence Washington Insuri&e Company, Phenlx Insurance Company of Brook lyn. Fourth Floor, Stangenwald Bulldls. Star Want Ads pay 2 cents. OFFICE SUPPLIES OF ALL REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. DECRIPTION. HAWAIIAN OFFICE SPECIALTY COMPANY ' Tel. Main 15. 72 KifJ St., "Waity Btock." Fire Insurance! THE B. F. DILLINGHAM CO,, LIMITED General Agents for Hawaii. dSOUMlED SIH WATi Mil COMPANY. LTD. Esplanade, cor. Allen nnd Port BU Manufacturers of Soda Water, Qim- . g r Ale, Sarsaparllla, Root Beer, Crosev Soda Ptrawbern, Etc, Etc. ..cents.