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MURIER AND McKINLEY IN CHICAGO
Speeches at Chicago Banquet
to Honor the President,
.Lanrler Speaks for tho Canadians No
Backward Steps Id American Pol
icyFrom Plymouth Rock
to tho Philippines.
-Chicago. Oct. O.-Chlcago's Bat St enlistment of 70.W men. with
Auditorium never hold a greater gath- ?"" 0C,,. '"n,,,ui t ds anxious to cii
erlng than tonight, when ; tho Chicago L.f "Tnrv h?A X nt need-
Day banouot wns held within Its wain,
under tho nurplces of tho Vail festival
Commlttro. Tho great stage, upon
which 1000 people can easily mul
stamUntr room, had broil enlarged and
u great llonr built oi t t.-or tho u:als
of tho parquot, quadrupling tho floor
space -t th tagi.
The 1'rcnldoiit, who wao t'ub guest of
hnnrr, tint nf a r.ilsfd tablo on tho
rfglmt oj Mel .1 He K. stone, the toast
master. Other distinguished guests
were at the samo tablo, among them
being Vice President Don Ignaclo Jla
rlscal of Mexico, Premier Wilfrid Lau
rler of Canada, Senor Manuel do Az
plroz, Secretary Gage, Attorney-General
Griggs, I'ostmastcr General
.Smith, Secretary Long, Secretary
Hitchcock, Secretary Wilson,, General
David LI. Henderson, Senator Boies
I'enioi-e, Major General Wesley Mer
rlt, Ilrlgadlcr General Thomas M. An-
: ,!' i t A. Ait'cr.
" ." imtr'-)l part of the banquet cc
cuiji l .. lu-urn. and U wu nearly
10 o'clock when Mr. Stone rapped for
orJev and brought tho Intclectual por
tion jt tho program to the front in a
brief address. Governor Tanner de
livered Tin address of welcome.
Mr. Stone Introduced President Mc
1 Klnley, who spoke ns fo lows:
Mr. Toastmaster and Gentlemen: I
urn glad to Join you in extending a sin
cere welcome to the . distinguished
jrtumn and dlplouutists who rep
resent tho RTc.it countries adjoining us
on the uouth and the north. We aro
bound to them by ties of mutual good
s imgnuc noun. we rtjoire in meir
IS. , pr'j'i " ji "in ' wc wt'-h tritn Ood-
upeccr ii tu )i:.ry o progress inoy
:$ ur.' 1 1 "ncrifftlcdlly and eucetsfully
Oil rati -. ve. rW- cf 'lie g.e-it seal
of thi ( mt'l EuiUm authorized by
Corner .) uue 90, 17S2, end adopted as
tii a n of the United Suites of Amer-
1 left afu. if a format'on undn the Ind
eral CoumKutlnn. 13 tho pyramid sig
nifying pr,ugth And duration. The
eye ovei it and the motto allado to tho
ra-".-- algnal- Interpositions of Prov
idence in favor of tho American cause.
Tho date underneath, 1770, Is that of
tho Declaration of Independence and
the woidfa under it signify tho begin
ning of the new American era which
commences from thut date.
It 13 lmposslblo to trace our history
slnco without too Ing that tho Prov
tdonco which was with ua In tho begin
ning has rontinucd to tho Nation hl3
gracious Intorpos: m When, unhap
pily ,wo have l'i L!i.inl i i war. Ho
has glvi u us tli- . titcv. I'ortunato
Indeed that if cni be 3&M wu have had
up clash of ninas which has cndcd'ln
defeat, and no responsibility resulting
from war Is tainted with dishonor. In
icc.1 we have been signally blessed,
if' mir progress Iua gone on iinchcck
- iicioaBlng in tin Intervon
. :-. la boundless v, siith of oll
;.tk0 end forest, nature 'im iuior-
-1 vh(lj ill a"M of men nt evtry
il'ty and climate h.wi oontrl
.rr good blood to nuko tho
-'in it 13.
T'li-. 'j.?!). 214 In 1700 our nonuta-
utlcu :iai .a-'Jivn to upward of 0,1,000.000
, tS 12J0. nrt n ir elliuiiled pt-puliiMon
jStotoy MKrto by the wvo;nors of tho
Btftt'l iH 77.8u3.2Sl. We Imvo rrono
ftfipiu t'.'i U ;i Starts to tortj-Ov". Wo
juiave itiuoi-'-a every vari-ty of terri-
Wry. f.om tho coral reefs and eoeoa-
;ljat gi- of Key We it to the Ir re
jigtorrf - N'jrthsrn Ala-ilsi '.. 'iltoiy
HO; i- - ,'c r At anllp, tiio Gulf of Mex-
, the PauiXc and the Arctic and the
Elands of th Pacific and QArrlbenn
and wo hava extended still fur
Mir Jurisdiction ta, the far-away
h lnMjc Paclne. Our territory w
iOTO than four tixoM as lareo .as It
whrn the treaty of peni'e was
Bed in U33. On rliidustrlr.l growth
betn ev, n mro rhunoniuial than
Igned in 1751. Our Ind'isulal jrowth
tsallh f-tljvtK.l in 17J0 at $402,000,-
tltB .ulv.imoa to T 18,000,000,000.
TCrlup.itlnn lna nnt Khan sivjirlnrilrMfl
WR PnltA m. .lil otiil m.iival Lininmont nt
jtlie youth on whom in the future rest
tUto responsibilities of government
have nnd the unceusing and generous
cave of the States and the Nation. Wo
expended In 1S97-93 in nub 1c education
f.open to all 5302115548, for secondary
jKliirati "i T,-liii)83, und for higher
leducut'i'i for the sniue pel tod $3b,307,-
002. The number of nuplls enrolled In
......l.ll , 1 i.. -tci-i, m ....... - ..'A ifn
-jjumui: h' iiuiiio Lit joirv-1 mia ji,u,i,:,-ii,
; . - yfi iuu. v tl.x, a.v jv o,w u& wv, ,ilJliU
w nun. ib nox una n piuar oi sircingui xo
' Oiif national credit .often tried, hnn
been 01 ar uphold. It has no B'iperlor
Lwd no stain. Tho United State3 has
"'.'ijevqr ropriiiaied a national onugaiion.
, dither to lis crciiitors or to humanity.
rv' 11, win iiui, ;iuv wiu w uu u;uier. ii
t&, (ion and never struck ltu co'ora.
" Has tho pyramid lost any or Its
jtreiit"" ' lias tho Republic lost nny
of its ilrilltyV Has the self-rrovofi-
Inc puntiplo liouii weakened' Is
Cthttre an prenent monace to our sta
bility and duration? Tho3o questions
bring but ouo nn.iwei I no itpimuii.1 's
sturdier and stronger than over be-
foro. Government by tho pooplo has , mother In defense ot somo holy cause,
hjan ndvaucd. Freedom under tho i tho defonao of holy justice, for tho
fifw'Is inu-o itnlveraal than when tho defenso ot the opprossod.for thoonfian
Unlon wns formed. Our stops havo chlsment of tho downtrodden nnd for
been forward, not backward. "From t ho advancement ot liberty, progress
nynioi'ui ivjch m uiu ihuujiuhl-b mo
grand triumphant march of human li
berty has nover paused."
Fraternity and union aro deeply Ira
bedded in tho hearts of tho Amorlcan
peoplo. For half a century heforo tho
bhh wrov ?TxvKrrrvi 'tri w run " J tm
Civil War disunion was tho fear of
men of all sections. That word has
gono out of tho Amorlcan vocabulary.
It Is spoken now only as a Historical
memory. North, South, East and West
wcro nover so welded together, and
whllo they may differ about Internal
policies, they aro all for tho Union and
tho maintenance of tho flag.
Has patriotism died out In tho
hearts of the people? Witness tho
250,000 men springing to arms and In
thirty days organized Into regiments
, v tin) Spanish war, and a million
. ,, , , .,,i- ,i.,n,i'
cd. Has American heroism declined?
Tho shattered and sinking fleets ofthe
Spanish Navy at Manila and Santiago
tho chargo of San Juan nnd HI Caney
.111,1 1 1 Intrepid valor and determina
tion of our gallant troops In moro than
fortj engagements In Luzon attest tho
fact that tho American soldier aud
sal or have lost none of tho qualities
which made our earlier Army and
Navy Illustrious nnd Invincible.
After 123 years tho pyramid stands
unshaken. It has had some sovero
shocks, but It remains immovable. It
has endured tho storms of wnr, only to
bo stronger. It stands Armor nnd gives
moro promlso of duration than when
tho fathers made it tho symbol of their
faith. May wo not feel nssurcd that
If wo do our duty Providence, which
favored tho undertakings of tho fath
ers and every step of our progress
since, will continue his watchful caro
and guidancu over us, nnd that tho
"hand that led us to our present piano
will not relax his grasp until wo havo
reached tho glorious goal ho has fixed
for us In tho achievement of his end?"
Following tho address of tho Presi
dent, which was received with ovory
manlfentatlon of enthusiastic approval,
Mr. Stouo Introduced Sir Wilfrid Lau
rler of Canada, who. ho announced,
was to speak on "Tho Dominion.",
Tho band played "God Savo tho
Queen," tho audience ri3lug and Join
ing in the chorus. The greeting which
was accorded tho Piomler as ho nroso
to speak wus hearty In tho extreme.
Cheer after chPer rang through tho
hall, and men rose to thoir feet and
rf.'ivwl their napkin frnutlcally. The
wtirn.th of hie wekome for un liiRtu.it
embarrassed Sir Wilfrid, but bo quick
ly ivcivered bis solf-poMesslon.
CANADA'S PUBMIIrt SPUAKS.
The Canadian Premier expressed his
doi p appreciation of this sympathetic
reception, uttertd his belief that the
Can.u.tan peo;Ie would at all times re
ciprocal the kindly locllngs manifest
ed by thoso present reciprocate not
only in words ovnnsccnt, but in nctual
living deeds, and said It was an evi
dence of tho good relations which
ought to provall between two such
countries as tho United States and Ca
nada that tho peoplo of Chicago. had
invited Canadians to participate In
their day of rejoicing.
Continuing, ho said: "May I nut say
that while our relations aro not always
as brother. as they should havo been,
may I not ask, Mr. President, on the
part of Canada and on tho part of tho
United Stntes.aro wo notsomctimestoo
prono to stand by tho full conceptions
of our rights nnd. exact all our rights
to tho Inst pound of flesh? May I not
ask If there havo not been too often
between us petty quarrels, which, hap
pily, do not wound tho heart of tho
"I am proud to Bay In tho presence
of tho Chief Executlvo of tho United
States that It Is tho belief of tho Cana
dian Government that wo should mako
a supremo effort to better our rela
tions, und mako tho Government of
President McKInlcy nnd tho present
Government of Canada, with tho nsscnt
of Great Britain, so to work together
ns to rcmovo all causes of discussion
between ua. And, regarding tho Com
mission which sat first In tho old city
of Quebec, and sat next In tho city of
Washington, but whether sitting iu
Quebec or sitting In Washlngton.I am
sorry to say tho result has not been
commensuiato with our expectations
slial' I speak my mind- (Cries of 'Yes,
"Wo met a stumbling block In tho
question of tho Alaska frontier. We'll,
let mo say hero and now, tba tho
Ci.mmlsslonors could not-settlo tliat
, miction, referred to ' their particular
govern aunts and they aro now dealing
with it. May I be ponnllted to say
horo and now that wo do not deBlre one
Inch of your land (applauso); but If I
state, however, that we want to hold
our land, that would not bo an Amer
ican sentiment, though It would not bo
a British or Canadian sentiment, I am
hero to say abovo all, my fellow coun
trymen, that wo want not to stand
upon tho extreme limits of our rights.
Wo aro ready to glvo and to take.
"There are no two nations today on
tho fnco of tho globo so united ns
Great Britain nnd the United Stntoa of
America. (Cheers). Tho Secretary of
Stnte told us a fow months ago that
there was no treaty of illllanco between
Great Urltaln and tho United States of
America. It 1b very truo there Is bo
tween tho United States of America
and Great Britain today no treaty
which tho pen can mnko, but thoro Is
between Grent Britain and tho United
titates of America a unity of blood, of
blood which Is thicker than water.
(Applauso). And 1 appeal .to recent
history when I say that whenever ono
nation has to faco emergency a
greater emergency than usual forth
with tho ships of other nations go to
their sister." (App nuso).
In conclusion ho said: "Can wo not
hopo that If over tho banners of Eag
land ntid tho banners of tho United
states nro again to meet on the battlo-
i'old thoy should meet entwined to-
ttnu civilization. (Uj-eat npiauiio)
Tho welcome extended to Sir Wil
frid Laurler was ropeatcd when tho
noxt speaker, VIco President Mnrlscal
of Mexico, rose. Ho spoko briefly, ans
wering to tho toast, "Tho Republic of
BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMBER
SITTING OUT OF DOORS.
Fonr 1'nlntM TV'orlh Ilcmcmbarlns on
"Sitting out on summer evenings" Is
tho subject of n Uttla talk in The
Ladles' llome Journal, ns follows:
This Is n custom not to be condemn
od, but to bo encouraged undor favor
able circumstances. From n soclnl as
well as a health point of view it Is
destrnblo when tho necessary precau
tions nro taken viz:
First Protect yourself, If In n ma
larial district, by keeping tho system
Well toned up through proper excrcleo
and nutrltlou.t food, thus fortifying'
yourself outwardly and Inwardly. Dis
ease i not an nttiick, but a summing
up. Keep nil of tho vital organi up to
the proper fctundard of activity, and
they will do excellent sentinel duty
nnd will not nllow tho enemy to en
croach upon you. Mal-nrla Hind nlr) la
inure or less pievnli'iit n,., w ,i-ro, but
nil liml air U not tnlnsumtlc. All
fl.'.jiKs I'jiisldorod. outilcuii .ilr n ,pref
v ruble to luduor nlr on hoi tmuimcr
Kernnd. A void n draft. If overheated
'll.itu. -Kit titulor cover, if pjdslide,
If there is much dampness In the nlr.
Iioinember that electricity Is life1, ai'
that wo do not get It from the can"
but tho earth takes It from us; tin.'
foro keep your foot from tho wet
boards or tho wet grasn In order that
tho vitality of your body bo not reduc
ed by tho dampness conducting the
electricity from your body. Even the
damnnri rt tho clothing Is not desir
able and should by nil menus bo nvold
cd, ns It also reduces tho vital force.
Sitting under cover, unless tho dnmp
nehs Is very .penetrating, will not affect
unpleasantly one who Is In fairly good
Fourth. Protect tho back of tho neck
when sitting out of doors. It Is the
most vulnerable point for colds In tho
whole body that In, If there aro no
diseased organs. I nm now talking of
proventluu, not tho lemovnl of dUease.
The word "cold" Is a misnomer. It Ii
moro akin to a fover; the system bu
comei clogged as the pores become
closed, aud tho circulation is Impeded,
nnd wlmt Is commonly e:il!"l a cold is
the fosnlt Whatever giay bo. your
manner of ' cfreftsliitf during tho day,
wb'ii night rome'S make pioparatlon
for the atmospheric clmm-c. True,
it may still be worm, but It Is lets
warm" than during tho dny; houc
moro protection Is uctvled for the bod." .
Men, for soma reason, aro llUely to bo
moro cautious than vomc:t. A mnu
may hnvuT been comfortable dur
ing the day by wearing ,n very thin
coat, hut when night comen ho donn a
heavier ou, whllo the woman often
wncrlllcen comfort for loo! i, and ma';oB
no addition to her day attire.
Out of Duur Furniture. ,
Tho Designer shown a nice little
holder which docs nifny with ell tiu
noynneo to croquet or tennis players In
connection with looking rtftcr balls,
lackets, mnllctb, etc. It will hold not
only tho balls, but everything pertain
ing to either game, nnd can bo carried
basket fashion by tho stout strap that
Is fastened across from side to side.
Tho pictured one hns a brilliant scar
let fi-nuie, nnd tho holder part la mude
of red nnd white duck, bound along
the edges with scarlet braid. As nei
ther tenuis nor croquet Implements
weigh very much It Is not necessary to
havo the fraino extra strong, Ightm-i"
TEHNIS On CROQUET 11ALL 1IOLDSIU
being tho main requisite. Tho con
struction Is so clearly shown that cvi-n
an amateur carpenter could mako oiic
Tho frnnio folds nt tho cross ceutei
Tho bag portion any woman could
make and consists of three nieces, two
ends nnd tho long strip that foutv
both sides, Uio ends of which, vlih
tho strap, aro rowed around tho slen
der rods that make the top of tin
frame. Tho strap is made of tho duck
doubled and machine stitched along
tho edges, or It can bo of leather. For
a club tho monogram or Initials might
bo worked nt each cud of tho bag,
plain duct being used for theso por
Iv- I'rcvcntu DnmimcuH.
There Is a current opinion that Ivy
has n tendency to rot tho thing to
which It clings. This Is truo of a largo
number of other climbing plants, but
uot of Ivy, for It renders tho walls of
almost on cry" house to which It clings
entirely flee from damp, extracting o-
ery particle of molaturo from wood,
bilch-vr uruuo for Its own sustenance.
This It does by menus of Its tiny roots,
which can worlc their way oven luto
tho hardest stone. When the walls are
well covered with Ivy tho overlapping
leaies will conduct wnler falling upon
them from point to point until the
ground Is icachod without allowing
tho walls to receive any moisture
whatovcr from tho bentlng rain. If
there should bo an exceptional caie of
Ivy covered wails nhowlng rlgns of
dampness, that -l!l bo found to nrUe
from their having been erected on u
wet and improperly drained site. Exchange.
a'wji f 't jtkii tpvyiizm j 't .t 'V-'w t 3ycff
which is one of tho worst af
flictions of tho human raco, and
comes from Impure blood.
a torment to tho flesh, a dis
figurement to tho body, and a
drain on tho system, also duo
to vitiated blood.
which so dlsflguro tho skin, and
mako tho human faco divine
anything but a thing of beauty,
but which aro Nnturo'fl adver
tisement of foul blood.
Is tho best-In fact tho Ono Truo Illood l'urlflcr.
Bold by all druggists. $1 six for 83.
Hnnrl'a Plllc net luirmonlouilr wttb
Hotels and Restaurants.
WE OFFER YOU THE
Best 5c. Cigar
To bo had for tho monoy.
CLOSING OUT ALL OUR DOMESTIC
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE.
"DurinK june, .uiy
and August, the above rnte for
Board and Lodging, per 'month will
prevail at the
Ocean View Saloon,
:: End ol Car Line
W. 0TTMAN, Proprietor.
Draught and. Bottled lloor.
WinoHof all brands of tho host quality
Tho only llconsod ovtnbllHlimont In
tho district. 1230
Persons 'wishing to obtain lxmt. At
Makawao, Maul, can bo sccommodaiod
at JIRS. II. H. UAIIilTC'Bi
Tonus, S10 porwooh.
Boer and Wine Dealers.
In.ponTr.ns, and Wuoleham;
Win ul Lior Dnlm.
Accntt lor the Bottled Rainier tletr ol Senile.
No, 10 NUUANU SriiKirr
Foitei Dlock. Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
P. O. Uox 1)7 Mntml Telephone o3
'fl5Qnoffltran, lior. -jlal;. . '.
iMfllaM SoJ?, Water ft L"
JS wpln ran tio.
Tomer Allen A For. Sto.. HortoU!.
A FEW VERY DESIRABLE BUILD
ING LOTS on Nuuami Avenue, at Nlo
lopa, Nuuauu Valley, for sale. Apply to
J. M. MONSARRAT,
CartwrlEht Block, .Merchant street.
Notice to Property Owners
sir Knimukl. Kirmluilu.aiul
Knpiolnni Park Additions
Annllrntlons for water nrlvlleces from
the Pahoa Water Works, Knimukl Tract,
will be received at the omce ot uear,
Lansing & Co., Judd Building, Fort street,
up to the first day of November, 1S00.
Water privileges will be granted at Gov
emment rates, but water mains will not be
laid from the Pahoa Water Works to con
nect with properties adjoining the Kah.iuWI
Tract unless sufficient applications are
received for water privileges to justify the
lay ng of siid water mams.
y GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
1344 Judd Building, Fort street,
Incorporated Under ths Laws
op tub hawaiian republic.
OFFICERS AND DIKEOTOHS:
CiiAs. M. Cooke, President.
P. C. Josi:s, Vlco-I'rosldent
C. II. Cookk, Cashior.
F. C. Atiikuton, Assistant Cashior.
F. w. Macfarlano,
E. D. Tonnoy,
Solicits tho Accounts of Finns, Cor
porations, Trusts, Individuals, and will
carefully and promptly altoud to all
buslnoss connected with banking 'on
trusted to it. Soil and purchaso Forolgn
Excbango, lssuo Ixittorn of Credit.
SAVINGS DBPARTMENT !
Onllnary aud Term Doposlta rocoivod,
and Intorost allowod in accordanco with
rulos and conditions pilutcd in Pass
books, coplos of which may bo Ind upon
O. G. TBAPHA.GEN,
333 MBrnhant St,, Haunlulu,
Betweou Fort ami Alakea,
Telephone : : : 731
G. A. Howard, Jr. Root. P. Train,
HOWAED & TliAIN,
Sulto 7. Model Dlock, HONOLULU. OAIIU, H.I
I1, O. Uox 703. Telephone ).
H. L. KERR & CO.,
Architects and Builders
Of ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumbov antl Goal.
ALLEN & llOBINSON,
(Jnoen street, Honolulu.
F. W. THRUM,
300M XO. 10, Sl'IlKCKELS ULOOK
Flautatlou Work 11 Spoclalty.
Contract jr and Builder.
id all Kindt ot Heavy Wtlclitj
NO. 617 l-ORT STREET. HONOLULU.
(Opposlle Club Stables).
Hsldenc Telephone t. 11C7-II
JAMES T. TAYLOE,
M. Am. Soc. C. E.
800 Judd Block. Tolo. 633.
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Siiporlntondlnij
leciricol a Hydraulic
FJoctro-IIydraulle l'owor Transmission
REl'OKTS AND liSTIMATKS
FUHNISUEI). . . .
With Cation-Noll Co., Queon stroot.
Ofllco noxt to Postofllco. 1223
To My Patens and tiie Public,
ntwing recovorpd trora my rc
ouit illueea, I r.ni aunin prepared
Ui tlo all kiude of Tinsmith nn1
PlnmbhiK work tie heretofore.
ThnnkJug yott for past favors, I
reopDotfally aolicit u continuntcr
of tho same.
tt- Tol. 814.
305 King St., near Alakea, Honolulu.
Tlnllnc, Gralnlnu, Glailni: andSlcns.
Tiie Woilo Register
Koops tho Cash whllo you aro buBy,
Try ono o
On Marble and Granite,
WORK. . . .
Ponoes and Lawn
Haw'n Iron Fence anil Monumental Co,
041 King Stroot,
THE BANK OF HAWAII
Wat. G. IBWZM
San Francitco AgenttTar. Nkvada
National IIAnic op San Francisco.
San Francisco Tho No radix National
Bank of San Francisco.
London Tho Union Bank of London,
Nkw Yonic Amorlcan Kzchango Na
C111CA00 Morchnnts National Bank.
PAnis Crodlt Lyonnnls.
BKM.IN Dresdnor Bank.
IIONKo.Na and Yokohama Ilonkong A
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
Nkw KkatjAnd and Australia Bank
of Now Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank o
British North Amorlca.
1mm a oeaentl iiAu and Eicbaiige Mux
Depoltts Kecclrcd. Loans made on Ap
proved Secnrltr. Comracrclnl and Traveler!
Credits lesned. BUls of Ezchange bought
COLLKOTIOWS PnOMITLT ACCOUNTED FOP,
nmmo & e
: Savings Doposlts will bs
rocoivod and lnterost allowod by this
Bank at four and 0110-half por cent,
per annum. Tho tonus, rules and
regulations of tho Hawaiian Postal Sav
ings Bank havo boon ntloplod as for ns
It is practldblo lo upply thorn, ami tho
Cash Iloiorvo of ?6O,0OO as required un
dor tho Postal Act will he inalntalnoil.
i-nineu copios or tbn Hulos and Hog.
illations may bo obtained on application
BISHOP a CO.
TraiiBaot a Qonefal BtuUdug"''
'. ?!xchane BaBineaa.
Oouimorciul and Traveler'
Lcttorc of Credit issued, avail
bio in till the principal cities-
u uno world
Interest allowod after Jul
1,1898, on tixed deposits 8
months .J por cont., Cinonthe
3J: por cont., 12 months i
Pioneer Building and
Assets, Dec. 31, 1SDS, $11G,803J5
Money loaned on npprovod socurliy,
A Savings Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses liuilt on tho monthly install,
Elghteouth Sorlos of Stock is now
Omona: T. F. Lansing, Presldontj
8. B. Iloso, Vico-Prosidoiit: C. II. Oiav
Treasurer; A. V. Goar, Socrotary.
I)iii:cTons: T. F.I-ansIng.fl.B.Hose,
A.y.Ooar, A. W. Roach, J. G. Iloth'
Jr ' """'T.anltUi J- J. McLean, J. D.
Holt, C. B. Gray.
For furtlior particulars apply to
A. V.GEAB, Secretary.
Chombor of Commerce rooms.
Oillco HourB: 12:S0 1:30 p. m.
TJje tahumti gpecis Bank
Paid Up Capital Yen 12,000,000
Reserve Fund Yen 7,300,000
rlEAD OFFICU, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCHES AND AOKKULLS.
ioU, Loudon. Lyona, Now York.
Gn Fruhcleco, Bh.ingh..l
Bombay, IIouc Kong,
.riTi , . NRnsalcI
Tho Bank buys und reeoives for colkc
tion Bills of Kxchango, issuos Drafts and
Letters of Credit on tho abovo Brnncho
and Agonclos, and transacts n gonoral
Oa ned Deroslt for n months. 4 pr cent d. a
On Bd Depoilt lor 6 nonUii, JJ P
On FIJ Deposit (or j mci, j '
Dy the HeaJ OfOee, at Yokohama, oa Current D.
Ppilt. 1 a-io ten per day.
On Fixed Deposit lor ii inonlhs, sJJ per cent p. a.
Hew BegnmiE BulHim. in" King st, ntnohiii
The . . .
Cor. Alakoa & Hnlokanwlla B.n,
Uno a lar(o assortment ol
Chandeliers and Elec
OonBtantly on hand.
Estimuteu given for hotioo wil
Iur nnd Eloctrioal plants.
Marine Wiring a apooiulty,