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SHE IS THIRTEEN,
Yong Lam How, a Chinese Boy,
Also is Ordered Sent Back
to the Orient.
See the display of both articles
in our front windows.
CROCKERY, GLAi 3, AND
Sole Agents for the
presented. Too may publish my state
ment at any time and I can always be
found at 326 S. Main street, and will
vouch for the same.
Doan's Kidney PIIIb for sale by all
dealers; price 50 cents. Mailed by The
Holliuter Drug Co., agents for the Ha
Remember the name. DOAN'S. and
take no substitute.
BISHOP MUSEUM ACTIVITY.
"This Territory will not be made a nur
sery for the children of Chinese mothers
living in China."
Thus spoke Judge fistee of the United
States Court yesterday in ordering the
deportment or Ah Quol, the thirteen-year-old
Chinese girl, who claimed to
have beun horn in Honolulu. She Is the
same girl who was In the court room
at the time, of the trial of the two sis
ters, when it was Impossible to distin
guish any one of the three from the
Judge Kstee, after reviewing some of
the alleged facts In the case, said: "This
is the case of Ah Quoi, arrested by Mar
shal Hendry on the ground that she is
not a legal resident of the Territory
Hawaii. In the answer made by the de
fendant It is alleged that this Chinese
trl was born here November 15, 1888.
I'our different Chinese witnesses testi
fied that she was born here, but not two
agreed as to the time and place of such
birth. 1 don't believe the testimony of
the man who claimed to be her uncle.
not only because of his general de
meanor, but also from the fact that he
had been in the court as a witness on
several previous occasions, in which he ;
testified as to the birth of various de
fendants. "The witnesses are only agreed to the
facts that the father is dead, and- that i
the mother lives in China. The court
does not believe that this girl was born !
in the islands or that she has any reason
for being here. The court will -.add' that
this Territory will not be made a nursery
for the care of children of Chinese moth- j
ers living in China. The order is that ;
Ah Quoi be given to thv custody of the j
marshal for deportation."
The girl was not present in court. She :
will be turned over to the United States
Marshal and put aboard the first steamer i
for shipment to China.
CHINESE BOY ORDERED DEPORT EI ).
To the ICditor, P. C. Advertiser, Hono
lulu: For the purpose of stating a few
facts, which an aritcle In your paper to
day calls forth, the following information
Is given by the Bishop Museum.
Our entomological co..ettion is the re
sidual third of a collection made by Mr.
R. C. L. Perkins, collector for a work
supported by the Royal Society of Lon
don, the British Association for the Ad
vancement of Science, and the Bernice
Pauahl Bishop Museum, which work is
carried on tinder the direction of the not
ed Kngllsh entomologist, Dr. David
Sharp, F. R. The material has been
and is being worked out scientifically by
noted specialists in England and Amer
ica, the Americans being Dr. L. O. How
ard, chief entomologist at Washington,
and his assistant, Mr. W. H. Ashraead
(now in these Islands), and the results
of the investigations are being published
as "Fttl na Ha waliensis," which the Bish
op Museum Includes with its publica
fcion elector of the specimens,
Mr. Perkins, lias already prepared several
of the orders of Hawaiian insects, and
our collection is cared for in the way he
has suggested, and is in better order
than when received.
The article more than once makes men
tion of unscientific treatment by this
Museum of the specimens. The collection
has been carefully placed inside Insect
proof cedar drawers, precisely as it was
received fresh from the hands r the
specialists, who worked out the groups,
and every precaution has been taken for
As regards detailing an expert to take
charge of the entomological department,
at present it would be unwise to have a
here solely for that purpose since
are now in the Islands three gen-
I tlemen of enviable reputation aS entomol
ogists at work on our native Fauna, to
i say nothing "f the probable economic
! study of Insects to be made by the new
'Agricultural Experiment Station,
j At present no Hawaiian insects are on
exhibition owing to1 the lack of suitable
space. it is anticipated, however, that
when the new Hawaiian Hall is ready, a
good representative collection will be on
view in addition to the reserve study col
lection which is always available to
W.M. T. BRIOHAM.
Director. Bernice P;iiahl Bishop Mutfeum.
! Honolulu, July 31st, 1901.
OF HAWAII. ITD.
President Cecil Brown
Vice President M. P. Robinson
Cashier W. G. Cooper
Principal Office: Fort, near Merchant
Branch Office: Hllo, Hawaii.
Conducts a Greneral Bantinc Bnsiness
AT HONOLULU AND HILO.
SAVINGS DEPOSITS received and
interest allowed for yearly deposits at
the rate or 4 per cent per annum.
Rules and regulations of savings de
triment furnished upon application.
Condttton at the close of
June 29. Kl
Loans and discounts- H.fKM.ttfc.tf
Call loans and overdrafts.. 24&,t.tJQ
Lease safe deposit building
and Office furniture M.7IIJI
Due from banks
Government warrants ...
Exohange on hand r.f M
Reserve account Ee.0 C
Undivided proflts U?,37S.H
Deposits IJttJU H
Due to other banks IMMi.lS
Dividends unpaid t,7M.M
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H. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Cactlc First Vice President
W. M. Alexander. Second Vice President
J. P. CoOke TrMinrr
W. O. Mmith ... Secretarv and Auriitr.r
I, C. H. COOKE, Cashier, do solemn
ly swear the above statement la trws
tO the bebt of my knowledge aod S
fict C. H. COOKE. Cashier.
, subscribed and sworn to beftxw omI
this 3d day of July, A. D. ltL
ROYAL D. MSLAD.
votary Public, First Judicial Dte(
Win. G. Erwlsw
of i 01:1,1
t in 1 1
David IStarr Jordan "Talks
of His Work
Oils for Machinery, Waste.
Coal and Stockholm, Tar, Asphaltum.
Pitch, Rosin and Oakum.
Packing of all kinds.
Rope, all sizes.
Black and Galvanized Iron Wire.
Black and Galvanized Iron Staples.
Horse and Mule Collars.
Horse and Mule Shoes.
Steam and Suction Hose.
Leather Belting, assorted sizes.
Ox and Iron Chains.
Mule and Dumpcart Harness.
Breaking Plows, assorted sizes.
U. S. Anvils and Bellows.
U. S. Vices and Forges, etc,
ror sale at lowest market prices.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Fort St, opposite Spreckels' Bank.
Yon Lam Chow, the Chinese boy who
claimed to have been born In the Islands,
was also ordered deported. The evidence
of the defendant had not all been intro
duced Monday, when the case was heard,
and a continuance was granted to yes
terday morning, in order that Attorney
Stewart might bring in the remainder of
his witnesses. He made a statement to
the court to the effect that he had ta.Ked
with all his witnesses Monday, and they
had faithfully promised to be in court
at R o'clock. He was given ten minutes
in order to allow him to secure the pres
ence of the missing witnesses, but at the
end of that time he reported that .they
had failed to arrive, and submitted the
case as it stood without argument. Kvi
dently Chinese are going back on their
brethren, as in several cases in the past (industry
they have seemed not too anxious to tes
tify, and it has become quite difficult to
secure their presence in the Federal
"The evidence in this case is also very
conflicting." said the court in ordering
the deportaPon of the defendant. "The
answer alleges that the defendant was
born In lSSa. and yet every witness makes
a different statement as to the time of
his birth. The father claims that the boy
was born iti 1884, the witness who says he
was present at his birth testified he was
born in and then contradicts himself
and say he was born in 18S3. The same
man ai-" says he was born, in 18S4, a,nd
the testimony of none of the witnesses
bear ou't the allegations in the answer.
Yong Lair says he made three visits to
China: I do not believe it. The court
finds it very unpleasant to say that he
does not believe the witnesses, but their
statements are impossible of belief. The
court is compelled to remand the defen
dant back, to the country from whence he
came, and he will be taken into custody
of the marshals for deportation."
A LONG FELT WANT.
It is hard always to be pleasant.
Good-natured people are often irri
table. If you knew the reason you would
not be surprised. ,
Ever have itching piles?
Not sick enough to go to bed nor well
enough to be content.
Nothing will annoy you so.
The constant itching sensation.
Hard to bear, harder to get relief.
Keeps you awake nights.
Spoils your temper nearly drives
Isn't relief and cure a long-felt want?
It is to be had for everyone In Doan's
Doan's Ointment never fails to cure
Eczema or any itchiness of the skin.
Here is proof of it in the testimony
Mr. Frank Iibly of 326 S. Main st.,
Wilkesbarre, Pa., who says: "It is
with much pleasure that I testify to the
merits of Doan's Ointment in cases of
menting affliction for the past year,
itching piles. I suffered from that tor
I tried nearly everything that was rec
ommended to me and what I saw ad
vertised, but I could get no relief. Fi
nally I procured Doan's Ointment. Aft
er a few applications I was much re
lieved and, continuing the treatment,
I was' soon completely cured. I have
felt no signs cf that Intolerable itching
since and it Is four months ago since
I used Doan's Ointment. To say that
I was delighted is only "half expressing
my enthusiasm. I recommend this
remedy whenever the opportunity is
SAN FRANCISCO, July Zi. President
David Starr Jordan of Stanford I'niver-
sitv came borne from the Hawaiian Isl
ends yesterday on the steamer Sierra
j He has been In the new Territory for
! about two months with a party of scien-
tists making Investigations along the line
of his scientific specialty, ichthyology.
"During the time I have been in th
. Islands we have captured 23o kinds of
, tish," he said. "Of these 71 are new to
J science. Thirty-five of these new varie
j ties were found in the waters about
Honolulu, and twenty near Hilo. Some
; thing like fifteen were' found to be com-
twin to both places. The work of mak
ling laws for the protection of the fishing
of the Islands will devolve to
a large extent upon the report of our
i "I doubt if the transporting of for
eign tisbes in the waters of the Islands
can be done successfully. The fresh wa
ter streams are too small for anything
to be done as far as they are concerned
There are. however, certain forms of ed
ible mollusks that I think would do Well
. in those waters, and an attempt might
I be made to introduce them there.
l ne political and social conditions in
the Islands art' being exaggerated to no
little danger in the East. Affairs are not
half as bad as some newspapers try to
' make them out. The problems of the
Hawaiian Islands are those of tropics.
. So far some form of slavery, either open
or disguised, has existed in all countries
i between ZSfyi degrees north and 2SVi de
agrees south. Only the future can tel
Whether the Hawaiian Islands can be
made to produce those social conditions
j which will make all men free and equal
"As to the native legislators, they will
do their worst the first year they are
in power and will improve from one ses
sion to another. To insure absolute
equalljty the elective franchise theoretl
cally should not be withheld from either
the Chinese or the Japanese, but it is
doubtful if this would be the best thing
for practical results.
"Considerable talk has been indulged in
for and against the political annexation
of the Hawaiian Islands to California
I fall to see just now how or where it is
a vital question. Annexation certainly
cannot take place until a cable con
nects the Islands with California. This
at the verj It ast. will not take place for
three or four years. Then, too, the peo
pie of Caiitornia will have to be consult
ed In the matter."
EAST RIVER BRIDGlv XKW YORK
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.,
Haiku Sugar Company,
Pala Plantation Company,
Nahlku Sugar Company,
Kihel Plantation Company,
Hawaiian Sugar Company,
Kahulul Railroad Company,
A. & B. Line,
Emily F. Whitney,
W. B. Flint.
Hawaii Land Co.
Capital, paid viv
Clans Spreckels & Co., Baiters
HONOLULU, H. T-
SAN FRANCISCO AGENTS TOM
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DRAW EXCHANGE OS
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tional Bank of Ban Franctsoe.
LONDON The Union Bank of Lon
NEW YORK American Excfaaae na
CHICAGO Merchants' , Nation! Bank.
PARIS Credit Lyonnals.
BERLIN DreBdener Bank.
HONGKONG AND YOKOHAMA
Hongkong and Shanghai BasAdac
NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA
Bank of New Zealand.
VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER Bcafc
of British North America.
TronsoGi o General Boms 8 mm
Deposits Received, Loans made tc
Approved Security, Commercial n
TraveJeV Credits Iesued. Bills -of
change Bought and Sold.
C. BREWER & CO, hm.
Queen Street. Honolute, H .
Hawaiian Agricultural Compaay, Qm
mea Sugar Company, Honomu 8uw
Company, Wailuku Sugar Compos.
American Sugar Company, tfafca
Sugar Company, Ookala Sugar pia
tation Company, Haleakala Raefe
Company, Kapapala Ranch, HfirHkwf
t a n r V
Ho,t Auditor i Planters1 Line. San Frand iw..
Charles Brewer & Co's Line C Bec-
Agents Boston Board of Underwriter.
Agents for Philadelphia Board f fH.
Standard Oil Company.
C. Achi President and Manager
K. Nakuina Vice President j
Enoch Johnson Secretary
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
Jonah Kumalae, S. M. Kanakanul,
J. M. Kea.
The above Company will buy. lease,
or sell lands In all parts of the Ha
waiian Islands, and also has houses in
the city of Honolulu for rent.
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C M. Cooke, President; Geera
Robertson, Manager; B. F. Biate
, .treasurer ana secretary; CoL W. W
. ! -n-uunor; tr. 4 jones, fcL. water-
fmir n All ' house, G. R. Carter, Directors.
If A N THE YOKOHAMA SPECS EiH
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guardians and others may avoid
endless confusion, from the
mingling of private and trust
funds, by opening separate ac
counts with us.
We are always ready to con
sult with you about this impor
Paid Dp Capital .
Reserved Fnnd . ,
TEL. MAIN 184. 923 FORT ST.
The East River bridge will be th
largest suspension bridge in the world
The old Brooklyn bridge is its neares
rival. Great advances have been mad
since that earlier engineering feat wa
accomplished. New methods and mod
ern machinery have simplified much of j
the detail of the work. Lessons were
learned at the building of the older
bridge. The making of the first con
nection between the towers and the
twisting of the great cables have both
been planned, and the first carried out
on entirely new and unprecedented
lines. The comparative dimensions of
the new bridge with the Brooklyn
bridge will give graphically the size
of the completed East River structure:
Strengtii In proportion.. 4 1
Width, feet US S5
Channel span, feet 1.600 1.595H
Total length of span, ft.. 7,200 6,000
Height of towers from
water 335 2i6
Minimum length at cen
ter . 135 135
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INTEREST allowed after July L ISM,
on fixed deposits: T days' t per
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unless It remains undisturbed for ene
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CASTLE & COOKE CO., Ld.
The Ewa Flantation Company.
The Waialua Agricultural C, Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Company.
The Waimea Sugar Mill Company.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Lemls, Me.
The Standard OH Com' mt
The George T. Blake ftteam Pampc.
The New Kngiand Mutual Life Durar-
xne Company, ef Bostoa.
The Aetna Fire Insurance Company, ci
The Alliance Insurance Company, ef
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Honolulu, September 7. 1898,
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and machinery of every descriptKie
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