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TUB HAWAIIAN STAR, SATURDAY. APRIL 21, 190C. SEVEN ' THE CIRCULAR ON TIE JAP WANTS Bank of Hawaii L A DRUG LICENSE LIMITED. - 11 UNC0NSTITUT10NA Incorporated Under the Laws of the : Territory of Hawaii. I PAID-UP CAPITAL fCOO.000.00 SURPLUS 300,000.00 UNDIVIDED PROFITS 78.C91.C3 l I" OFFICERS. Charles M. Cooke President P. C. Jones First Vice-President F. W. Macfarlano...2nd Vice-President C. II. Cooko Cashier C. Hustaco Jr Assistant Cashier F. B. Damon Assistant Cashier Zeno K. Myers Auditor DIRECTORS: Chas. Mi Cooko. P. C. Jones, F. V. Macfarlane, E. F. Bishop, E. D. Tcnnoy, J. A. McCandless, C. II. Atherton, C. II. Cooke, F. B. Damon, F. C. Atherton. COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS DE PARTMENTS. Strict attention given to ail branches of Banking XUDD BUILDING. FORT STREET. A CIRCULAR RECEIVED THROUGH THE MAIL WHICH SEEMS TO RE POSITIVELY THROUGHapiN'O. TREASURER CAMPBELL MAN- DAMUSSED BV A JAPANESE WHO WAS TURNED DOWN. The Star has received the following i Judge Robinson yesterday ordered through the mall. It Is sufficiently ! alternative writ of mandamus to lie dogmatic and Insistent on tho "uncoil- Issued, addressed to A. J. Campbell, stltutlonal," to please- every good Do- Treasurer of Hawaii, directing him mocrat In the. land. Whether or not Is another matter, ESTABLISHED IN 1S58. BISHOP SCO. BANKEKS Commercial and Travelers' Letters of Credit issued on the Bank of California and N. M. Rothschilds & Sons, London. Correspondents for tho Amer ican Express Company, and Thos. Cook & Son. Interest allowed on term and Savings Bank Deposits. Ing Is the circular UNCONSTITUTIONAL. All those who favor ' licensing and constitutional, and should not bo li censed nor allowed In nny civil govern ment. Over four million dollars n day goes from our honest laborers Into the li censed saloons of our U .S. A. Fifty murders a day, besides mil lions of starving women and children, are the product of tho legalized saloons. All those who favor licensing and protecting the' destroyers of our nation , and people are traitors traitors to their trusts, and traitors to our country and to our people. Worthless education. Godless, worth less Immoral public schools have only made us a nation of drunkards and criminals, and caused pur race to de generate and dio out, producing disease of soul and body. Tho treason of our U. S. senate has It will ' forthwith to Issue a license to S. Y- The follow- ninmoto as pharmacist or show cause on April 30 why he has not done so. Tho petitioner alleges: '"That for more than two years immediately prior to April 28, 1903, I havo had nctual experience In compounding drugs, chemicals and poisons, and have assisted in conducting and managing a pharmacy drug and chemical store, carried on as n business for retall.ng compounding and dispensing of drugs, chemicals and poisons In Honolulu," etc. Ynmnmoto says he became twenty- i one years of age in May, 19!).,. Since , i June o, iay;t, iiu hum ueeii v:mnii iuu?u to God, and i .i,i- ABGEfflOS RECEIVED . Captnln Diaz and the o.'Ilcers ontor . tallied quietly aboard' the Argentlno I training ship rresidente S irmlento ! yesterdny afternoon for a number of ! their Honolulu friends. Owing to tho recent death of the President of the Argenlne Republic, the affair was not public and was Inteded only to re turn courtesies extended the olllcers during their stay. The ship's band played throughout the reception and In the wardroom a collation was serv ed. During the reception the vessel was moved from the Naval Row to Naval dock No. 2 where the vessel will be coaled today. Last evening Cnntain Diaz entertaln- own gallows' that has bsen destroying Cl llt dinner for Rear Admiral Lyon, sons and daughters. I u. s, x., and Mrs. Lyon and others God, give us more bravo men and iast evening. Among those present nt brave women to fight the devil and tho reception were Lieut. Cushman. whiskey trusts in 'Jesus' name, Amen, i tj. s. N.. Mrs. Cushman, Major Van been Immense all alone, it we are to believe reports from our papers and magazines. No damages are allowed to tho wldo ows and orphans of men who aro para lyzed or killed by poisifned drinks giv en them from our U. S. saloons. Esther said, "I will go in before tho King and If I perish, I will perish, for It is for my life and for tho life of my people." So do I go In by faith with myj petition before King Jesus, that tnis nioouy Hainan may oe nung on nis Claus Spre- ls. Wm G. Irwin. GlansSprecMs&Co BANKERS 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 "Tnlon of London & Sm'th's Bank, Lt . , JS'EW YORK American Exchange Na- ' tlonal 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. There is no protection for lire or I home, nor of honest business in our U. S. A. White Slavery. Our senators havo built the high whiskey trust altars and sacrificed our sons and daughters to devils. For warnings of the danger of pros titution, read Proverbs 6, 7. and Sth chapters. God made tho male and fe male to produco their young nothing more. Real estate cannot hold Its own In a whiskey town. The plngue loft Kansas since she wiped out the saloons. God cannot bless ti whlske state. H. HANSON. (B . (?:. '8'. .5 to entertain your friends in your own home. Arc you an accomplish ed pianist? Arc you a talented singer? Arc you possessed of great reading or dramatic ability? Probably not for these arc the excep tion not the rule. Do you ever run a little short on conversation and wish you had some little diversion for those friends you wish to en tertain? No doubt you do and here is the very thing you have been looking for. It is a want and a necessity as well as a luxury for every home and through this Unpara FREE O lieled F F E R the Hawaiian Star is now enabled to present to each of its readers, old and new, one of these rich toned instruments, . ::!. !?' a a a.. . -mT ' i . ','"..',, . V "'fl". l.l'0,.n,.?V" ;.;. -eIr. 'ovi; Vyii' ?!? ',: 1" ?-I'?ivv.-iv.,.. TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS. Deposits Received, Loans Made on Approved Security. Commercial and i avellers' Credits issued. Bills of Ex change Bought and Sold. COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY COUNTED FOR. AC- rHEM0Hfili SPECIE Limited. ESTABLISHED 1880. Capital Subscslbed Yen 24,000,000 Capital Paid Up 13.000,000 Reserve Fund 9,910,000 HEAD OFFICE, YOK.OHAP!. Branches and Agoncios: Honolulu, New York, San Francisco, London, Lyons, . Bombay, Hongkong, Newchwang, Pekln, Shanghai, Tientsin, Kobe, Nagasaki, Tokio, Osaka. The. Banks buys and receives for col lection Bills of Exchange, issue Drafts and Letters of Credit, and transacts a genral banking business. Honolulu Branch 67 Kins Street Shogetsu Restaurant JUST OPENED 17 Hotel Street, Near Nuuanu MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS Ice Cream and Cakes. Served on Ground Floor. RESTAURANT UP-STAIRS. THE BAND PLAYED ON. A protest was made to the Governor last night about the jlg-tuno perform ances of the band at the Royal Ha waiian Hotel. With the town filled with mourners, dance-music was Jar ring to the public sensibilities. Gov ernor Atkinson called up Chairman Smith, of the Supervisors, but tho lat ter said he thought that light music might relieve the public mind. And the band played on. KOA LUMBER SCHEME. O. T. Shlpmnn, chairman of the Fi nance committee of the Board of Su pervisors o ftl.e County of Hawaii, ar rived by the Miuina Loa yesterday. Ho comes on business connected with the leasing of the koa forest back of the Volcano House, the promoters of the scheme to manufacture koa lum ber desiring to obtain from Mr. Ship man a lease for fifteen years on the property which Is now held by him. LAHAINA. LAHAINA, April 20. On Wednesday morning Bishop Restarick visited the public schools and made soveral calls. In tho afternoon ho organized a Wo man's' Auxiliary, and appointed the of ficers. In tho ovenlng'ho confirmed a class of soven, at the Church of the Holy Innocents, and gave a timely and Interesting address. At 9:lfl p. m. The Uishop sailed for Honortilu. Vllet. U. S. A., Mrs. Van Vl'.et. Miss. Van Vllet. Capt. and Mrs. Schocffel, Lieut, and Mrs. Hiinua, C.ipt. Bush. I U. S. A., Capt. Samuel Johnson, rep resenting' Acting Governor, Atklisnn, Miss May Schweitzer, Lieut SI ittery. U. S. A.. Mrs. Slnttery, Miss Graves. Miss Buckley, Miss Neumann. Mrs. C. T. Wilder. Mrs. James Doughi rty, Miss Marlon McGllvray, Miss Tnomr son, Mr. and Mrs. Noah Gr.y. L out. Joins, U. S. R. C. S.. Mrs. Joins. Capt. Unrnesson, Mr. Rowell. Dr. She'.don, Dr. I'into. m -iti-v jr$s & jr -im, m T m it, ii 3L O - - 4- - . MRS. WILDER OtT. Mrs. S. G .Wilder has brcn dr 1,171 1 from the suit to quiet title, AlexuuUv Young against F. W. Marfarl me an ! otheni. Judje Lindsay KiM"'Ol a mo Won by Robertson, her i.tfin.-y. to direct a verdict for Mrs. WUUr. o:n" of the defendants. A motion for -suit was argued yesterday, an l rt lei' by Judge Lindsay. 8 WO n Free With a Subscription to this Paper MTHE DINNER TO CAPTAIN DIAZ. Roar Admiral Lypn, U. S. N., com- 1 inandant of the Honolulu Nnvul Sta- 1 tlon, and, Mrs. Lyon, entertained at j dinner -on Thursday evening at their j Nuuunu valley home In honor of Cap- I tal Diaz and other officers of tho Ar- gentlno training ship Prcs'dente Sar mionto. Mrs. Lyon has had a double happiness this week In tho arrival of her son. Harry Lyon, from Phila delphia on tho hhlp Dirlgo and In meet ing old friends from Buenos Ayres on the Presldento Sarmiento. Sho was burn in tho Argentine capital. Corner Beretania and Nuuanu Sts. JAPANESE DRUGGISTS GENERAL MERCHANDISE All kinds Amorlean patent medicines at low prices. 1 If YOU WISH TO ADVERTISE 0 IN NEWSPAPERS ANYWHERE AT ANVTIMB g $ Call on or Write S 1 E.C.DAKE'S ADVERTISING AGEHGYl J 134 Snnsomc Street L8AN FRANCISCO, CALIF. Fine Job Printing, Star Office. OKU THANKS HONOLULU HERO. Word has been received from Shuzel Tokunaga, who was formerly employ ed by Miss Roso Davison of this city, that ho hud been highly praised by General Oku for Ills conduct as a sol dier In the battle of Mukden. Tho Jap was wounded. RHEUMATISM MAKES LIFE MIS ERABLE. A happy home is the most valuablo possession that Is within tho reach of mankind, out you cannot onjoy Its comforts if you aro suffering from rheumatism. You throw asldo busi ness cares when you ontor your homo and you can be relloved from those rhopmatlc pains also by applying Chamberlain's Pain lis 1 in. One appli cation will give you relief and Its con tinued use for a short flme will bring about a permanent cure. For sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co., agen's for Hawaii. A Columbia Graphophone Is given absolutely free to Star subscribers. Road offer on page T. ,i , 1 :j. M. v j if tUttWUti II HI' flP ' s'", ' " THE W.OS ARRIVED AND AUK ALL HONE. PLACE ORDERS EARLY FOR TJIE NEW SHIPMENT TO ARRIVE APRIL 20. 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