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ISLANDS, TIIUHSDAY, JULY 27, IS 09. TWKLVK PAGES.
J. Q. WOOD.
ilUHNEY AT LAW. HONOLULU
Address: Care of F. D. Greany.
Boston address: Rooms 68 and C9
hmlth building, No. 15 Court
A. L. C. ATKINSON.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. OFFICE: COR
ner King and Bethel Streets, (up
T. McCANTS STEWART.
j ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT
Law. Progress Block, opposite
Catholic Church, Fort street, Ho
nolulu, H. I. Telephone 1122.
T, D. BEASLEY.
and Topographical Maps a Special
ty. Room 206, Judd Building, Tel
. J. F. HAGKFELD
Resigns as Consnl of Austria-
Hipy at This Port.
I DR. T0MIZ0 KATSUNUMA. HIS REASONS FOR SO DOING
DR. C. B. HIGH.
DENTIST. PHILADELPHIA DENT-
ai college 1892. Masonic Temple.
DR. A. GORDON HODGINS.
'OFFICE AND RESIDENCE 548 FORT
street. Office Hours: 9 to 11: 2
to 4, 7 to 8. Telephone 953.
DR. A. C. WALL. DR. 0. F. WALL
'DENTIST OFFICE HOURS: 8 A. M.
to 4 p. m. Love Building, Fort
M. E. GROSSMAN, D.D.S.
DENTIST 98 HOTEL STREET, HO-
noiuiu. umce Hours: 9 a. m. to
GEO. H. HUDDY, D.D.S.
-J ENTIST FORT STREET, OPPO-
Elte Catholic Mission. Hours:
From 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
DR. WALTER HOFFMANN.
r3ERETANIA STREET, OPPOSITE
Hawaiian Hotel. Office Hours: 8
to 10 a. m.: 1 to 3 d. m.: -7 to 8 t.
m. Sundays: 8 to 10 a. m. Tele-
pnone &io. p. o. Box 501.
DR. I. MORI.
BERETANIA ST.. BETWEEN
Emma and Fort. Telephone 277:
P. O. Box 843. Office Bours; 9 to
12 a. m. and 7 to 8 p. m.; Sundays,
9 to 12 a. m.
DR. A. N. SINCLAIR.
-13 KING ST., NEXT TO THE OPERA
House. Office hours: 9 to 10 a. m.;
1 to 3 p. m.; 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays:
12 m. to 2 p. m. Telephone 741.
C. L. GARVIN, M. D.
OFFICE! No. 537 KING STREET,
near Punchbowl. Hours: 9:00 to
12:00 a. m., 7:00 to 8:00 p. m.
Telephone No. 448.
T. B. CLAPHAM.
'VETERINARY SURGEON AND DEN-
tist. Office: Hotel Stables. Calls,
day or night, promptly answered.
Specialties: Obstetrics and Lame
CATHCART & PARKE.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. HAVE
moved their law offices to the Judd
'block. Rooms 308-309.
VETERINARY SURGEON. SKIN
Disease of all kinds a specialty.
Office: Room 11, Spreckels Build
ing. Hours: 9 to 4. Telephone
474. Residence Telephone 1093.
DR. A. C. POSEY.
SPECIALIST FOR EYE. EAR.
THROAT AND NOSE DISEASES
AND CATARRH. Masonic Temple.
Hours: 8 to 12 a. m: 1 to 4 and 7
to 8 p. m.
t. mitamura; m. d.
CONSULTING ROOMS, 427 NUUANU
Street, P. O. Box 842. Telephone
132. Residence, 524 Nuuanu Street.
Cottage Hospital, 530 Nuuanu
Street. Hours: 9 to 12 a. m. and
6 to 8 p. m. Sundays, 2 to 6 p. m.
MISS F. WASHBURN.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER AND
Typewriter. Office: Room 202, Judd
Building. Telephone 1086.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
Mclnerny Block, Fort Street.
C. J. FALK.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER. MEM-
ber Honolulu Stock Exchange.
Room 301 Judd Building.
A. J. CAMPBELL. "
STOCK AND BOND BROKER. OF-
fice Queen street, opposite Union
WM. T. PATY.
Affairs of the Consulate Have Been Trans
ferred to F. A. Scfcaefer. Con
sul for Italy.
The fact that Mr. J. F. HackfeM had
resigned his position as the official rep
resentative of Austria-Hungary in
these Islands came upon the busings
community yesterday very much In the
nature of a surprise, for nothing could
have been more unexpected. The rea
sons which have impelled Mr. Hack
feld to take this step were stated by
him to an Advertiser representative to
"I resigned the Consulateship." said
Mr. Hackfeld yesterday, "on account of
the difficulties which have arisen be
tween a number of Austrian contract
laborers and the Oahu Sugar planta
tion. I regret that these laborers have
not long ago decided to return to the
plantation, as I feel confident that they
would have received very fair treat
ment. As the matter now stands. I
feel that the Interests of these labor
ers should be in the hands of some
person who has no connection what
ever with the Oahu Sugar plantation.
"The affairs of the Consulate will b.
ransferred, for the present, to V. A.
fchaefer, Esq., Consul of Italy."
That the reasons for his resignation
stated by Mr. Hackfeld are sound ones
will not be denied, but It is none the
ARE ON THE BADGER
Judge Bartlett Tripp Gives an Ac
count of the Commission's
Latest Doings in Samoa.
:d Whx 0'i e,
iff. v-"iVAfA;i'w Vw
rincK rivK cents.
BANK OF HAUAII
Maireloi-s Mm cf Bute in
IIS RESOURCES All LIABILITIES
Tear llaUrrl Tbsstl DSar
Jae 3 Oik.
On i ho Zi'iU lar .f June Ut iLe
Rink cif Hawaii ciici;rtrS ih Crt
Hc!;t-n rncmthn tf H rxUtrocr. A
f-w ilayji lnfV i!-'j uicmmu of
Us rrxnircr-i and llabilltlrn rro
mallei io f;ockhnldTji for ibclr Infor
nialion. of whih th follow inc U a
lar.K an.I tliMuunu fl.I7o.rcs AC
lUirttU 2CJ500 O0
Cnh tn haml ui 'r- 21
C)thT lt-ni!t 11 las
Total timZZ XA
Capital jtork (f.C(Kl 00
1 n.JlvMl prr.HJ.t 4C
ii-.Hn i.ru).ii2 s7
Otlu-r rr-!itji U
AMOAX COmilSSIOXKRS ANIi mi: i; i:i:.
With the (Jerman ensign alongside 'for jhij. tlnm for tbo chlef.4 of th ilia-
.of "Old (Ilory" floating in the breze.ltrlcl in nrrive. Itirluding i4io5? uho h.vl
F. M. BROOKS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, (FORT AND
Hotel Streets). Over Fairchld's
Shoe Store, Honolulu, H. I.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE
with Thurston & Carter, Merchant
street, next to postoffice.
FRANCIS J, BERRY.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT
Law. Will practice in the u. S.
FVderal and State Courts. Pro
gress Block, corner Beretanla and
Fort streets, rooms s ana t.
W. C. Acnl. Enoch Jolinsoii.
ACHI & JOHNSON.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
Law. Office No. 10 West King
Street. Telephone 884.
CHAS. F. PETERSON.
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY
"Public 15 Kaanumanu street.
LYLE A. DICKEY.
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY
Public iving ana ueinei ireeLS.
Telephone 806. F. O. Box 786.
J. M. KANEAKUA.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT
LaTT. umce: in xne uccxawiiai
Hotel, corner of King and Aakea
m GENT TO TAKE ACKNOWLEDG-
r X-i a -xxr r A n'a rvf.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. GOOD
work. Reasonable Prices. Res
idence 720 Fort Street.
0. G. TRAPHAGEN.
ARCHITECT 223 MERCHANT ST.,
Between Fort and Alakea. Tele
phone 734. Honolulu, H
JAMES T. TAYLOB, I ISL SOG. C. I
CONSULTING HYDRAULIC ENGI-
neer. 306 Judd Block, Honolulu,
BURIIETTE & CO.
STOCK AND CUSTOM HOUSE BROK-
ers. Real Estate and General
Agents. Office 639 King street,
near Alakea. P. O. Box 262. Tele
AIIIIIS MONTAGUE TURNER.
Remaining in Honolulu for .1 few
months will take a limited number of
Terms by the lesson or month. Com
mencing on and after the 10th of July.
720 Beretania Street, Honolulu.
' wilt UIWI J IM'.IIIIIH III I inf , ! .ill 111", Mil IIHIIIIh tlV U'3 II. .!
less a matter of regret that a situation tho wMlo t ru(,. nat,cor; Hvlth two of j1" Malicto.i M. the rro
should have arisen in reganl to any ho Samoan ConimI,sIonors . IoI1 . lUriJ"? 'SEwtT'i r"? fTf
contract laborers that should make1, Xr ..... !.cU m ?' r lianhaklnc.
siirh a ston nrfPirv I ..' ...t..-. ..11.1 inrii mo .1norir.1n rtinim Iks joner tie-
- . ' j
MORL: 131 1UO YEMENI'S.
Uaron von Sternbunr of norrnanv.
came to an anchorage In the harlor
yestenlay afternoon at I o'clock. Hon.
C. N. K. Elliott, the British Commls-
Therc Will be no Sanitarium on ioner. left the Badger at Apia am!
the Club Hotel Lot.
The grounds in front of the
Hotel on Beretania street are being
cleared of the shrubbery. These prem
ises were bought a short time ago by
Drs. Wood and Day. It was reported
that these gentlemen intended to es
tablish a sanitarium on the property,
but this rumor is entirely unfounded.
The purchase was made simply as an
investment, with the possible Idea of
conducting the hotel as a first-class
boarding-house. The building now oc
cupied by Dr. Wood and Dr. Day for
offices will be moved over to their new-
property within a few days. It is ex
tremely probable that before many
months a handsome business block will
be erected on the lot. as it is under
stood that the medical firm has such
an idea in contemplation.
was 011 his way to England via New
Club 1 "i".u in. 11 rjsci milieu, iiiis
'iMwtnlilii fit . I. a ...... 0 . t
mwiiuio tut mu lllMI-.IJIJIV.il .1111 V OI I 111
British Hag on the Badger.
The Badger will take on two hun
dred tons of coal and sail for San
Francisco next Saturday morning.
Hon. Bartlett Tripp cordially greet
ed an Advertiser representative who
met the vessel, and, after the usual
inquiries for the latest news from the
livered a lonjr ami telllnir FtMech. tx
plaining the nam anions of the Com
mission, and sketching briefly ram" of
the probable arrangements for iho fu
ture: Impressing uion thm nil the
unanimous desire of the thrco treaty
powers to ensure poare anil the ever
lasting welfare of Samoa, and con
gratulated Faasalcleaga on the favor
able report received about them: ex
honing tbom to make friends and !
at iieace. Questions were asked by va
rious chiefs, chiefly by Lauatl (who
had to Ik? carried to the meeting owing
to a bad attack of elephantiasis), rep
resenting ?v.irottilafaI and Pule? ceneral.
ly, and was answered by the commis
sioners. Then came n Lirce Taaljln nnd
presentation of foo!. The threo com
missioners were especially tdcasHl
m t 1 1 1 1 - viu ?wiuiij iieajMi
.Mainland, gave the following interest- with the opportunity of tasting the
ing account or the latest doings of thejvarlo oatnoan dlshc.t which had been
Commissioners, comprising what was I,rrPart1l tor them. After a short stroll
COOK'S MUSIC SCHOOL.
Love's Building: Fort St.
PIANO, ORGAN. VOICE PIlODTTn-
tion, Singing and Harmony.
Especial attention naid to muscular
control, touch and musical analysis.
216 Merchant St.
PER "MORNING STAR." FROM
Micronesia, Hibiscus and Banana At-
wicks, belts, spears, war clubs, shells.
ivory nuts, and tortoise shells, as well
as the best assortment of Hawaiian
curios in town. Tel. 659
EIGHT THOUSAND TONS
10S2 KING STREET.
Dr. Luella S. Cleveland, medical sun.
enntenaent. Hours : 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Methods of Battle Creek, Michigan,
Sanitarium. Baths of every descrin-
tlon. Trained nurses In bath rooms as
well as in sick room. Massaee and
manual movements. Electricity in
every form. Classified dietary, etc.
Ample facilities for thorough examln-
ation. Dr. u. L. Garvin, consulting
physician and surgeon.
S. E. LUCAS, Parisian Optician.
LOVE BUILDING, FORT STREET;
Upstairs; P. O. Box Sol. I carry
a full line of ALL KINDS OP
GLASSES from the CHEAPEST
to the BEST. Free Examination
of the Eyes.
Oahu Plantation Output Will Ex
ceed the Estimate.
Oahu mill is still grinding. The ma
chinery is now working in perfect or
der and is running night and day.
Some trouble was experienced at first
with the green labor, but this has been
done away with. Although the out
put for a single day has at times ex
ceeded 130 tons, the average has been
about eighty tons. From the present
outlook this year's output will be in
the neighborhood of S.000 tons, which
is about COO better than the estimate
made at the beginning of the season.
In the case of Jessie Kaae vs. Oahu
Railway and Land Commnv ti .1,-
t x 4 v f - - - - -
sition of W. H. Gill, the conductor onjmany Mr- Grunow. In the tour ma le
in the four days between tho sailing
of the Moaua and the departure of the
'Everything is quirt and peaceable
in the Islands," said Jud.qe Tripp, "and
no further trouble may bo anticipated.
After the Moana left we held several
conferences, or fonos. as they are called
in Samoa, with native chiefs at differ
ent districts, at which we were cor
dially received. You will find a very
good description of our trip in this last
copy of the Weekly Samoan Herald.
"At there conferences with tho na
tives over IZ'i high chiefs gave their
assent to the new form of government
proposed. No white men or reporters
were allowed to be present, and as lit
tle as possible of the proceedings was
made public. The form of government
agreed on will be presented to our re
spective governments, and. if agreed
to. will then be placed In force all over
amoa. It will be a rivlllye.i t-vM-
ment by white people altogether. In
the meantime peace and quiet Is main
tained without difficulty bv United
States Consul Osborn, II. B. M. Consul
Hunter and the representative of Ger
the train on which the dispute aros 'lnroua tn Kroup all the natives ex
over the plaintiffs ticket and biir-ice 'I,0;;-,e,l themselves as satisfied with th
11:1 .1 va' arrangement."
: ,m meinai. i-or, The account of the proceeding of
obvious reasons its contents are with- the Commission referred to bv Jud
held from publication until that time. Tripp is as follows:
. . J 'The Commissioners visited the
Yokolniin W.l.n.. 1. raa.-aie.eaca district on Vrdr.f.day
lokoli.iiii.1 Specie Haul:. last In the 'Tutaneka!.' The Rev. Mr.
The local agency of the Yokohama -Sibree met and escorted them to Fa
Specie Bank has received notice of the tau-ai &ftilafah, where great prep
opening of an airencv of the bank at aratjons niade for their re
XnensaXi on ,hc ,st in.t. for ,h .rans- OZJXJZ
action of the usual banking business. in the usual manner." After waltin-
and SapapalU cam from the hotive al
lotted to them and met the chiefs of
the rest of the Kaaa!c!caga. nbook
hands and rubbed noses before the
commissioners. The commissioners
then retired to the hoijM of the Hcv.
Sibrce. where they uere entertalnetl
by Mrs. Sibrce. Afier a short rct
there they again wltneed another
Taalolo. leaving hcnrn after to co on
iKianl. and prorwded to the Itu-o-Tane
io luiiM two fonos there on Thurdav.
"Tl-.rre ar' few bank ever organized
that can make uch a favorable hov-
lnc r.s this," Kald o:i of tho lading
"The business of the bank ha Kbown
a steady I may ay almost a dally
increase from i: Inception, and thU
Increase. Mill cnntlnuen. 1 arn not at
lilM-ny to tt 11 yon how many deposit
ors we have, for that would le giving
away vre: which concern other.
There l no harm In :-t!ng that Ibo
list Is steadily lncreahing. as fs the vol
ume of deposits
There are few banks ulth IKXUKK)
capital that ran show a deposit ac
count of nearly f I.IM.ooft In the fcbort
Ierio.l of a year and a half. The bank
Is now paying regular quarterly divi
dends at the rate of C per rent per an
num, though Its ability to pay more I
a matter of common talk. The iock
Is held In a few bands, very few of
the original subscribers having sold
out. As none of U has been sold la
the !at two months, no reliable quo
tation could be given of lu value.
The oQcers and directors of the
bank are: Charles M. Cooke, presi
dent; I C. Jones. v!c president; C IL
Cooke, rambler; I. C Atberton. assist
ant cajdib-r; Henry Water!iouM Tom
May. F. W. Macfarlane. n l. Tenney.
J. A. MrCanlled. directors.
The Next .Malt?.
A numlr of Inquiries have been
made a to the nrrlval and departure
of the n-t learner. TJ;s Honckone
Man I MliMiujrtj f arrive hir on
be r.th t:i It way to the Coast. AI-
tb'tith she wa-K taken t.!T f.r the last
tt'.U H.'.'kfeM - C.. the a-i-nlii. rt.
On Friday n ffno w.-.s heM at Ia!auli. I- t her on the !b. They have rts
.... o-... ... ...... '
e w! n advir-s to the ctjntrary. Tbo
America Mam. fin arrxjunt of havlni?
on atunlay to Manfino. Sundav th
commissioners sient with llerr Kru
err nt' Mullf mn t t...i .
Ing tb.ere was a fono at luluni'K ca. ; "n 1"aranthjei. win probably not mr
and in the afternoon the comJsIoii-. rive here Iefore Aurmt ni .r
ers reiurne! to Anla. There ih-'s,.. 1.
changed from the Tutankai' to the1.,. 1 n ia
l.niteil State cruiser tti.l.-r h.l ...""
a - - - - - - .. ...... . . .
Tuesday went In her to Saluafata and 1
ragaloa. where they held fonos. Mi. Short. Ilnn.l.l
- ... - - - . - - ....
laaia. tnougli in. was present al th
Saluafata fono. We are Informed that
the people view the visit of the com
missioners with great favor, and that
their visit will do more than all the
proclamations which have been pub
lished to bring about a Cocxl feelln
among the native. They also secured
a number or guns."
The foreign men-o-war n; ?t-i u-v,
the Badeer left were the rormnnni
r I . . - . . . V.
i.iuruiK.1. ami lorcn. It Is nrobable
he t'nitel State Government will at
Th crieal f irr of tho Judic Jary de
f jrtment Is hor;-hAadl. owing to ih
ab.enr of Gorge Lucas 03 a varatkia
nad J. A. Thompson, mho J ck.
(Con:lnueJ on Tage D.)
C01NG A WAV.
I- IJ. Kerr, the Queen- irett mer
chant, will go away on August ISth
and from row until that dte an.
nounces a departure o at his big dry
goods store, at prices that will make
Makes the food mere delicious cml wholesome
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