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V ' 0 ' ' tiVlININO IIUU.KTIN, llONOI.m.tl, T It . ntlDW, NOV in. 1309.. ' ,
I i ' . I NEW TODAY
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
HAWAII. AT HONOLULU. IN THE
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, AT
THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS, NO
VEMBER 16, 1909.
POR INDOORS AND OUT
ARMORITE PAINT is specially prepared
to meet the climate conditions .of the
COLOR CATALOG FREE
Theo. H. Da vies & Co., Ltd.
Loans nml Discounts $ 827.7."1.21
tin! niiBcciircil .... 1,119.8'f
it, S llomla to Keiiirc
U. S Honda to sectiio
It. S. Deposit 2.1S.400.0U
Other bonds to secure
U. S Deposits SSS.fiGl 0",
Premiums on II. S.
lloiuls, Securities, etc. 1,275.00
Due from Stntc nml
I'rhnto Hunks nml
II.iiiKcib, Trust Com
j p uiles nml Savings
I Hanks 27,017:12
Due from approved ic-
' serve agents 271,10112
Checks nml othei (nsli
Ileum 0,978 10
Notes of other National
l'rndmuul p.ipei cur-
I rem), nickels ' mnl
cents 370. fill
Lawful Moncv Reserve
in Bank, viz.:
Specie ...$" o,."7! fi.
1 notes .. 121100 37, (,99 .,
Iteileniptlou fund with
It Treasurer (" per
cent of clicul.itlon l.'.'iOO.OO
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
Select Your Goods at
THE THANKSGIVING SALE HAS BEEN A SUCCESS
FOR THE PEOPLE AND FOR US. WE HAVE GIVEN
GREAT BARGAINS, AND THE CROWD IS SATISFIED.
WE ARE CONTINUING THE SALE UNTIL SATURDAY
Table Cloths and Napkins
Singly ard in Sets to Match.
72-inch wide, satin finish, at . $1.50
23 x 24 Napkins at . . $3.75 ner dozen
And from that down to ... 1.65 per dozen
From 55 cents to $5.25 a pair.
Beautiful Chenille Portieres
$3 00 a pair.
MEN'S CLOTHING GOING FOR
A Necktie to match the suit thrown in to purchasers,
SHOES! SHOES! SHOES!
Wc arc offering meat bargains in Walkovers and
Ladies' Sorosis Shoes in new lasts.
East Indiana Arrive
A scoie of nonilescript ami betur
bniied K.ist Indians who hnc
declined their Intention of Join
ing the ranl.8 of the plantation
laborers lieie, lined the rail of the
Pacific Mall Intermediate liner Asia
as that teasel stenmeil through the
channel and moved alongside of the
Ilackfeld wharf this afternoon after
a twent ilajs" vougu from Hong
kong In addition to tile Hindoos, the
vessel liroiiKht thlrtj-llvo other
Asiatics for Honolulu.
The Asia left llonkong on October
30 with a full cabin passenger list
and some 3,000 tons of general enr
ro. The vessel sailed from Yoka
lioiun on Nov 10, anil the Journe)
across the l'ailllc was an uneventful
one, 111 101 ding tft the tepoit made
b Hie ollkeis of tho vessel. '1 ho
trip was lendeied pliasaut for the
lassengeiH hj several Itupiomplu
iiinccils, In wlili h I'ursei Thoin's
lino phonograph conspicuously flg
urid. A moving plctuie entertainment
was one of the pleasing diversions
provided hy the aiioninioilatlng and
obliging stiiff of tbn Asia
Of tbo through passengers l)ild
Silverados ami .Mis Silverados are
Capital stock paid In it
Surplus fluid ...
Undivided l'lollts. Ii ss
expenses mid taxes
National Hank notes
I)l blends unpaid . ..
Individual deposits sub
ject to (heck
lii ml 11 1. nenilintH llo llllVC Colli
pleted n successful tour of the Tar , tcrtn, CB" of
i:ast. The) arc olil-uine circus p-- ,loicIt
pie. who. with some or the amuse- '(.,,,,
incut organizations wmen ir.ivei he
tween India and North China. Ii.no
won much faint b their perform-
Ilnltcil States deposits
Deposits of (7 S dis
1 1 0 01)
87.!, 280 79
r. 1 r, 31,
Territory of Hawaii,
Hcv. Ceo. Ilundni Is at the head
of an Kplscopal mission at Tientsin
II. D lloinei wno ins neeu ussu- - ---: -- --
...... ..,..' ... . ....,, i 11,,. County of Oahu. ss
...iicu wun cue ,i.... c ... , ,; T Peck, Cashier of the nboM-
ilhi CcinilMiij. who nine been con- mmrA )m( (() ,,.,, BW(Mr Ml
ducting extensive d. edging ami foil- (hc a,)mc lltcIlenl , , (( ,
cMisiruciion wo.Kin .iiei-,.n.pp...cn, ()f mj vl0ttC(g0 ,, )elt.fi
11 ri'iiiriuiii; ill iiii villus 1111 11 mini
ness mission In the Interests of IiIh
eoniern. The Atlantic Oulf S. l'a
cltlc lias Intelv lompleled the work
of reclamation of several hundred
aues of land upon which a new
illltou dollar hotel and army ami
(Signed) I, T. PHCK. Cashier.
M" P. KOIIINSON,
II .M. VON HOI.T.
Subscribed and sworn to bcfoie mo
MRS. J. ROSENBERG
Announces a Holiday
Opening of French and
Eyelet Hand Embroi
deries, Novelties, Shirt
waists and Hand Paint
ings on Monday, Nov.
s 22, at Rooms 9 and 10
Alex. Young Building.
You arc cordially invited' to inspect
""i? ''il;i0,','r'":,,,,'Mn",la- this l'lth da of November. 190'..
.Mis i:. P. Allen, the wlfo of u
pionilniut Tientsin barrister. Is a
p.iSM'iigei on the Asia.
l'lnni the liner will be disebmged
900 tons of Height, Including nil
ous lines of Japanese ami Chinese
lommoditles The Asia Is schedule d ,
to continue her ojago to San I'riin-1
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r r. ri:itNANDi:s,
OPEN THANKSGIVING DAY
clseo at S o-i lock tomorrow moi nlng.' , ",0 '"rniui opening of the new
Three la)-ovcr passengers nr clill'lrcn'x Hospital will take plate
booked for passage to the coast by on TliunksgMng l)a, according to
urn prescui pi.uis or lis sponsers
Hie building has been lushed to
completion, mid wlillo thero le
iiuilns eonsldcriiblo woik to be done
in placing the grounds ami drive
MORE LIGHTS FOR KAIMUKI
Seven bundled ilullniH has been
altnioitrl.ileil bv the Hoard of CMtv
and Coiinlj Supervisors to cover tho "" "' proper condition, this will
cost of Installation of additional "'" '"tcrfeic with the plan to open
stieet lights for several heretofore- "le l"lulloii to tho public, llxer-1
darkened districts of Honolulu. l1" "' "" inieresiing naiuro will
ICalniiiki i omes In iindor this nppin
prlatlon for aildltloiial street lamps.
New lights will bo placed along sov
dat thoiotighfarcH In that district
Ins soon as the electricians can get
mound to the win I;.
be held at the hospital.
There will bo a meeting of tho local
incicliaulH this afternoon in tho .Me
Caiidli ss building at 1 o'clock for tbo
purpose- of talking over tho piopoted1
"keep open inter" question. I
L. B. Kerr & Co.,
If ou want a teal Rood mattress and want to get it
for the least money come to this store. Wc have hair,
moss, elastic felt and other kinds of mattresses, all made
beautifully and priced so low that you'll be surprised, es
pecially if you have priced mattresses elsewhere. All
sizes. Come and see them, 6
HONOLULU WIRE BED CO.,
King- and Alakea. J, S. Bailey.
Paris Hats-Remarkable Display
LADIES who wish to sec the latest Paris fancies in millinery genuine imported Paris
hats (not copies, are invited to this exposition of trimmed hats and novelties, The
hats are the creation of the celebrated Jeanne. Seme arc expensive, even costly, but
nearly all are within the reach of the averap,e Honolulu purse. The hats are inde
scribable only a personal inspection will give you an idea of their beautiful lines. A parrot
feather hat (by Jeanne) is one of the little Rems.
Besides the trimmed hats, here are some of the novelties that arrived in the same ship
ment. All genuine Paris goods and likewise baffle description.
Feather stoles, bows and sweeps; Paradise in monotone. Paradise wings, Aigrette wings,
Mercury wings, assorted shades. Natural ostrich fancies, Maiibou fancies, Cock feathers in
varigated shades, Silk and Velvet Moon Poppies; Silk and Velvet Cabbage Roses, Camellias, jin
white, pink and mullberrv; Embroidered Galoons, Gold and Irridcscent Galoons; Gold Embroid
ered Hair Bands, Gold and Irridescent Hair Ornaments, Cut Jet Hair Ornaments, Gun Metal,
Silver and Gold Hair Ornaments; Honeycomb Veiling and Veilings of every description.
Cloaked for the Climate
It has been our aspiration to secure a
Ladies' Long Cloak
suitable for this climate ever since they came into style.
We have them now and aie ofTcting them at prices ot
$4 00, $6.00 and $8 00 each.
Another special that will appeal to the careful buyer
LADIES' YARN SWEATERS
Ft iced at $2 00, $2 50, $3 00, $3.50 nml $7.00.
The foregoing articles were especially selected by Mme. Germaine from Paris, in bond,
direct to the Cjstom Hcusc in Honolulu.
Dunn's Hat Shop
'and Fort Streets'
You get the full assortment of all the different kinds
of calendars made ,jn Honolulu and you can compare them.
Hand colored photo calendar $050
Sepia photo calendars , 0.75
Framed panels, photo calendars 1 25
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
"Everything Photographic." , Fort Sheet.
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
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