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1111! liVIININO tlUl.t.lillNi HONOLULU, II. I.. 1MUIHDAY, .IUNU al, Uyn,
Fntneis J. Buny.
Reim J and 4. I liHlMttiK. I'mt t
(A. L. 0, Atkinson ami A V JinM. Jr )
ATKINSON Ac JUDD,
CounsMllois u.t Law.
(Me over Bishop w Co ' llink, cur
aaauaisnu and Merchant Streets. ,
. MoOANTS STKWAllT,
Attorney and '
Ooummlior at Law.
rrocrwM Ulock opposite Catholic
Ckureh, Fort Street, Honolulu. It. I
R. D. SILL1MAN.
MI Judd BuIUIdk. Telephone 213'
GH&BIES F. PETERSON
A.ttornoy o.t Law and
J. M. KANEAKUA,
Attorney and Counsellor sit
Office: In the Occidental Hotel
wrner of King and Alakea Streets
m. C. Achl. KnoclJ Johnson
A0HI&.T0HX30X, I Seattle Beer kept at a Tern
Attornoys and Oountjoloih peratute Unequalled in Town,
Office No. t) West King Street
B. A. MOTT-SMITH,
HAS MOVED TO THE JUDD
BLOCK. FQHT STREET.
iurtfwos, PUjslclans and Dentists.
DR. P. B. COUDERT.
Of Ntw Yotk
OrFICE AND RESIDENCE, ENGLESIDE,
VINEYARD ST. TEL. 660.
. . . .......
Office Hours: 0:30a.m. to nt.; 2-4
p. m.i 7-8 P. rn.
Diseases of Children
DR. E. C.
WATERHOUSEiBreatest sufferers from this epidemic and
Office and Residence:
near Alapal. : : : : :
.Office Moubs e ion
I to I I' M
7 to fie m
Sundays g jo to it joa,m
TELEPHONE oi. WHITE.
A. C. WALL, D. D. S.,
G. E. WALL, D. D. S.,
Love Building, Fort Street.
mow. 8 to 4. Telephone 434
Dr. W. J, Galbraith.
Office and Residence: Beretanln and
A ! u ji f-uuf a
Office Houre": 9 to 10 n. m.: 2 to 1 1
p. m., 7 to 8 p m.
"R WALTER HOFFMANN.
WBBKTANIA STREET (opposite the
.Telephone 610 P. 0. Box 501.
Office hours, 8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3
B. ax, 7 to 8 p. m. Sundaja. S to 11 a. m.
DR. H. I. MOORE,
Office; 202 Hotel Street
Office Hours: 9 to 12 and 1 to 4.
DR7a. N. SINCLAIR
cbooi Street, between Emma and Fort.
Boars: t to 10 a. m.. 2 to 4 p. m
lui p. an.: Sundays, 9 to 10 a. m.
Bupported by Voluntary Contributions
REE TREATMENT to the Poor of
Tor inrormatton as to cards of ad
BUMion ana to the service, etc., etc.,
kppiy at the
Third Floor, Progress Block.
uDticnptionH may be left with J. F.
Hacxxeia. L. C. Abies or Dr. Slogget;
To rear of old stand. Entrance on Kt it
street. Orderi left at either shop, or office
at John Nott's etare, King street, will re
iclve prompt attention. I45it'
onAl PCTATP TDANSACriflNS
REAL bblAIL I KAiMiAt,llurMi
Subscribers are furnished with from
five to six lists per week, Blvlnt? nn ac
curate record of deeds, mortgages,
leases, releases, powers of attorney,
etc., etc., which are placed on record.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICK, 2 0 PER
A. V. GEAR.
Judd Building, Honelulu.
Bw tod WIb Nlm.
iMrilNTtllll), AUtl WltOt.tlOAI.il
tM In ttif hernial Mair.1.1 ti cl Hutu
No. IB Nfl'AM HllllH
!! HlM HO'tllll lltM UU
I' U ax ijt MatilTtrw
QONSALVES & CO., Ltc
'J5 Qnoen atront llnmilnhi u
:unsolidated Soda Water Go., L
.'ornir AIImt A Fort SU., Honolulu
You will find It at the corner
of Hotel and Bethel streets.
Headciuarters for ALL the
'Sports and Race Horse Men. .
A Mn 4 t lntrre n onrrtinlt.r
nnu. i e.njuuiouai1-wi.vj.
B. Lemon and F,
W Mfimin i
wjj, ltund .Q tne WANTS Ol
John Dewar, Kellock's AA.
1 Green River and Old Govern
ment Whiskies and the verv
best of everything else.
I To Our Encllsh-SpeaklnK Friends:
I The Chlnee merchants and residents of
I the Hawaiian Is ands. represented bv the
undersigned, vlng desirous of providing
for their sons a thorough and comprehen
sive education In English, raised In pledges
from August to Decembet, sutficlent funds
.to justify them In undertaking to erct
commodious buildings for this purpose In
Kamakela. The contract was let ard
tne man bulldlngpartlally completed,
1 when the plague broke out and
Interrupted the work. As you well
Know, our countrymen nave ceen tne
1 tne tire connected wun it. c-onequenu
I those who generously subscribed toward
(I.& ..knAl Hil.tn.lc. t.l.ir. qllaC ,1.... ,n
1 lilc siiuui tiiitin?., ti.tiiK vuiitu unji, vu
donate large sums for the relief ot their
fellow-countrymen who nave suffered
severely from the fire, find themselves un-
I able to fulfill their pledges at prsent. The
i.ss milnbulldlnglsnowon the p Int of com
I pletlon, ar n the contractor, himself home
cs. Is In creat neeJ of his monev.
In this emergency and becaue we be
lieve you recognize that our motives in
undertaKlng tnis enterprise were philan
thropic, our object a commendable cne,
and that we are In no wise at fault for the
straits In which we now find ourselves;
we therefore solicit such contributions to
our present needs as sour benlhcence will
allow. Send all osli or pledges to Wong
Kwal, Box 94 Honolulu.
Very respectiully yours.
Conimlss'oner-'H Sule of Renl Lh
tutc, Situate In Honolulu,
Inland of Onliu.
J wUl uiU , mot a
Sll Iman Scctinj JuJtf ut th. Circuit Cnurtntltl'
UntJaJI Ul Circuit, tiled th. nlh doy i'f Are" A
I) icx In ciuk cntlllei H.iH Land Co , LI J
a corpi ration a?alnt NakaLmann (It), Krarcnal Ik)
llakala (). Kanikiroo la) Kammlkra (k) kalilkl
la IklanJ Kml (). ammr fry hrr Ouarilarial
llwm I'otly Alapal. ,ulka(w) a minor W h(r dujrj
Ian ad litem Nabaumano and lloocll M the undtr
fcljrnei at CommHlonr duly arpolntd wlllcvpii,.
for tale at Hublk auct.n tuflvct fo ccntirmatlon
i by the Court on SATURDAY. June Jl 10.0 at 11
nelockpuon atthemauka intranet to llJiidlclarv
llulldint; all that rleceor parcel of land kliuatc on
ihmukiiJoiKiniTi.irwi at Kmiu KiiaUmt
lnihClt of Honolulu Islini of Oahu beln-7
part of Woyal Pattnt Nuintr ot3 Land Comratkjvion
AwlrJ numrr JJ iu nnu u i jiamc inij; ntvir imo
dfcrllnJ In t-vfi certain tlefij or r(nvtnc toH
it Kauai ti Loika Napahuekou rrcorJtJ in the
j dice ot fie fs'ipivtrjr ot C meyarcs In Urr 1C7
I'lge 50 (a) I nlka Narahuikdu tu Hawaii Land
( ir pany UmlttJ recorded In the Oft cv t th
( Rcjlttrar of nmcyanrei In Ubrr 19S Pace tjS,
1 toundrd anidescrired 41 folliw
I Lit tomaka ina ma k kl( I Hem a HiVc rlllmeKo
nohiH a e holoana Ak tS Kom tKaul ma kn
Konohlkt Hem 61 V Kom 081 Kaul ma ke kit. 1 1
koelalfalema Ak itKffl jjiKatl mikeMMI
kt la Hale ma Hm 66 Kom t 6 Kaul ma ke
Alanul Hem Ilk 060 Kaul ma ka konohlll
I I'm i!4 Hlk in Kaut ma ke KdWilkl Hem
6J( Hlk 8a kaul ma ke Konohlkl k 81 Hlk 14
I Kaul ma ke Konohtkl Ak tt kom 70 Kaul me ke
Konohki Ak it Hlk 60 Kaul ma ke Konuhlki
Hem 4 Hik 7TKaul ma ke Kon hlkl Ak 71 Hlk
I 78 Kaul make Konohlkl a feint ka III 641x0 bka,
Term of tale are cash In U S Gold Deeds At
, the expense uf pur.harf
I For further particulars apply to Messrs Achl &
GEOffiE LUCAS, Com mini oner
Dated, Honolulu, June th, 1900 tijitllUjd
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the tenth assessment of ten (10) p
rent on the capital stock of the Hour
lulu Rapid Transit & Land Compsu;
will be due and payable to J. H
Fisher, Treasurer, at til Fort itr
fnnfifnlrn V Hnnnltilu. on the Sd dat
of April Inst The shares upon wnicl
1 an assessment may remain unpaid at
ter thirty days from said date, will t
J. A. OILM VI
Secretary II R T. eV U- Oo
Honolulu. April 2d, 1800.
stockholders are hereby notified tint the
rhlrd Assment of 5 percent or two and
one half dollars per slwnn the Cinlttl
Stock o THE IMER ISLAND TELR
r.RAPH CO., LTD , Is due and piyab e
June 'St, at the office of the un-erslgned
411 Fort Wet. J.H.FISHER.
Actg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co.,
Honolulu. June 1, tooo W
The Evening Bulletin, 7G cents r
'Japan Checks Emigration !
of Low j r
New Vntk lime 12 A npt-flal In III"
Him frntii WnMilimtnti en) Tin' Jn
patiew (liirrhiiifiit lm liifiiriiuil Hi'
Timsury Department through lid It
tntloti here Hint It linn Issued iiii order 1
tintiultiliiR cmliuntlon to the I'ltllrd ,
Htnlm willed will prnrtlenll) lie il -hlliltlvr
foutt'etor Stevens nf the le
gation inlleil llKin Assistant Hcrrclar)
if the Treasury T)lor yesterday ti
Inform him of tills nctlon
'1 lie nutioiincement wn most wel
come news, anil relieves the Treasury
Depnrtment of a grcnt Oral of anxiety,
willed linn been felt for tliu lait few
months during the null of Japanese to
this country. The cordial cooperation
of the. Japanese Government with the
United States In this matter Is looked
upon by th President and Cabinet ui
a most friendly action by a power
which has la)s keen on the beat of
terms with this tountr). While In th
I'acltlc Const States, In recent political
conventions, vigorous protests In the
form of resolutions have In en iidoptcd
I nKnlnst allowing such hordes of Ja
I paneso to come Into this country tl-i
t Administration ImB nowhere been
I bin tiled for nn lack of lisllanc
Nevertheless, the Jnpnneic question
I threatened to become n, tremble some
T)i(j jnl,ancBC ()0ernment having
been Informed of the feeling which the I
,n""x "f ,ottt,r ilnkses; of Japanese has
crcuci! in certain pun1! oi inu iiikci
LAHSU'S Nllv UiVn.iNAlSLi;.
Holler Report Good Work
He Hum Done.
London June &, 11 23' p in Th"
Wni Olllre received the following fill
patili fiom Ocncrnl Uullci
"Yellow Iloom Farm, June 8 On
June Oth General Talbot, with the 10th i
llrlgnde anil the South African Light
Horse, seluu Van Wke hill The
cu'ini) made some resistance and a
good deal of sniping occurred Our
casualties were about four killed and
"During that day and the following
we got two 4 7 and two 12-pounder nn
vol guns on to Van Wjke hill nnd two
C-lnch guns on to the southeastern
spur of lnkewelo. Under cover of their
fire, General Hlldyarel today assaulted
all the spurs of the Derg between
Uotha's Pass and lnkewelo.
"The attack, which was well planned
by Hlld)ard and carried out with Im
mense dash by the. troops, for whom no
mountains were too steep, outllanke.1
tho enemy, who were forced to retire
from their very strong position. I
think we did not have any casualties,
and I hope I have obtained a position
from which I can render Lalng's Nc.c
ri.olrnn nilfhi-pliLu KllllAlV nf Ifl-
dlnnH by TliousiinclH.
London, June 12 The famine In In
dla grows woisc. The Standard's Sim
la correspondent In n mall letter sajs
"It would be rash to assume from tho
almost statlonarj relief figures that tint
tornei will bo soon turned So devas
tating has been the choleru outbreak
so gteat the mortallt and so blind the
tenor Insplicd by this black death that
the famine relief camps In llombay
presidency which contained thousands
of woiki'is, melt nva and ate left
empt In tho couree of a couple of
8ny AjVuinnlilo Lives.
Paris, June C The rillplno Junta
innkcB public the following table gram,
which It claims to have received fiom
Pedro Putcrno foimerlv Prlmn llnls-
t( , jn Agnln Udo s Cabinet mill now r
prisoner In .Manila 'HiiiuitR of
Aitulnnliln's death and m sulinilsslou
to the Ameiltnns me absurd 1 h
lovolutlon Is continuing We shall win
vlth or without the help of the Demo
Dcuth in CoIIIhIoii.
"Trovldence, R. I., June 10 Tho col
lision which occurred In Warwick, on
the suburban line of the Union Rail
road, this noon, two curs striking end
on, four persons were Killed und about
twenty-five Injured, of whom three are
probably fatally hurt. l.leutenunt
Governor Kimball is among those who
ate not expected to live.
PER 8. B. AUSTRALIA.
Just landed a full line ot grapes, ap
ples, oranges, lemons, celery, cabbage,
cauliflower, cranberries, burbank and
red potatoes, aates, salmon, flounders,
halibut, crabs, Eastern and California
nstcrs (In tin and shell,) tuikeya
chickens, ducks, quail. A .all line of
canned yoods OAMARINOS' REFRI
GERATOR Survey Office 8tii
The Surve office retains Its old qtnr
ters, therntlre seciinJ tloorof the Kari'i
Ivv 1 b-ilUlng. It will have the liotrd of
Heal ll for a fel'ow tenint on th ground
tluir. Survejor W. D Alexandc- as
hl office lus more attmlty with public
works thin heilth.
The ever popular Ualuler beer Is be
ciuilnB a household word and "will
-im have a glass of beattle." Is more
otted heard than anything else. The
Cnxerlov. Batoon has the beer on tap or
Gonsalves. photographer, Beretanlt
near Alapal la giving away one 10x20
ciayon portrait with $5 worth ot pho
HlnHs irttlntl) rreiialilrrtl Hip liaihl
tthlili lliln irrjinllie nmtliiM Jnpih nti'l
the Ik tti re lames of Japanese would i'i,
and lunk mith steps as will ilf fluid It
1 ml the mottrr
The .Injuim-fp t'nrlliitnriit I now In
teees but Hie (lovrriimrtit Inking ad
vantage of nti tmericciuy ptlvllege In
Ha Inws, ordered Hint nil nernge tit
only fle persons mn) emigrate to tlio
United Hlntrs In one month from any
of the fort)-seven prefectures In that
country The name order was put Into
effect In regard to Canada, except that
double that number will be allowed to
come to the Dominion from inch pre
ficturc. In order to prevent uuilgraulD.
to Canmln from crossing the border
Into the United States and thus evadlnc
the Intention of the law, It is announc
ed that the Japanese (lovcrnuitnt will
prevent thin by Inaugurating u system
of examination at ports of debarkation.
If It Is founil that the spirit of the or-
det Is cvnitcd.
The order has gone Into effect and
Imnicllntel) upon Its prouiiilgatlou a
meeting of thti (3oernoni of prclec
tures In Japan wns called 1 he Minis
ter of I'orclgn Altai nddiessed thin
mictliig mid Informed the (lournom
of the Hplrlt whlih the Jnp.nutc dm
eminent wlshcn to show In the matter
The (luernnra were naked to cooper-
ntc In btrktly enforcing the new order
and see that the people nunc to under-
uiiinu un iiuipiwus.
Vtirktovvn to Wluintiliril.
Wni.hlngtoii, June 1J The Nnvj Do
piltment bus been Informed that the
Yorktnvvn bulled ostenhi from
Shanghai to Che Too Tho t'nltid
States consul nt Che Too Informed the
Stnte Department istenla of lloxci
disturbances nt that place but no par
ticulars wcle furnished Che I'oo Is
on the northern coast of the Shun
1 ung peninsula.
Russia's Asiatic possessions 111 c tin tu
times the bIzc of Great Ilrltaln's, but
hold only 23.000,000 Inhabitants, as
compared with England's 297,000 000
ivv'tVi'i mm i'iViViV fViT. C u r o
I MAGIC : headaches
II WAFERS : dressing.
?(,..,VWIA,A.'.,,II,. et "'I lrllta
In accordance with section 1 of Chapter
XXVI ot the Law:, of .886:
All persons holding water prlv lieges or
those paying water rates, are hereay noti
fied that the water rates for the term end
ing December 31, 1900, will be due and
payable at the office of the Horn lulu
Water Works, on the istday of July. 1000
All such rates remaining unpaid for 15
days after they are due will be subject to
an additional 10 per cent.
All privileges upon which rates remain
unpaid, August 15, tco, (30 days after be-,
coming dellnctu-nr, are uaoie w su'Pen-
slon without further notice
Rates .ire payable at the nflice of the
Water Works In the basement of Eecu
Sup't Honolulu, Water Works.
Honolulu, June 20, 1900 1562H0
Sealed Tenders for suppblng th'
Honolulu 1'lro Department with hay
grain or other feed Btuffs for the
period of six months, commencing 01
fitly 1, 1000, nnd ending on Decemliei
31, 190U, In such quantities and at siith
times as mnj bo required will be re
ceived lij tho undersigned up to "
o'clock noon on Saturday, Juno SO, WOO
'1 lie right to reject an) nnd all bid
In cxpressiy reserved.
By ordci of the Boaul of Fire Com
missioners. GEOROE MANSON,
Holders ot water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby notified
that tbe hours for Irrigation purposes
are from 6 to 8 o'clock a. m. and from
Ito 6 o'clock p. m.
Superintendent Water Works
Approved by A. YOUNG.
Minister of Interior
Honolulu, June 14. 1899.
J. J. WILLIAMS,
Visitors are cordially Invited to
.all and inspect our gallery of lif.
Ize royal photos, from Kamehamehs
I. to date.
At the Old Stand
On Fort Street
The Evening Bulletin. 76 cents per
AN IMPURE STOMACH
make. Impure MnoJ, Constipation, belch
lug, ntrvousncM Insomnli, palpitation
and biliousness are clang-r signals that
tour somach Is Incompetent -that It Is
doing poor wotk: Don't experiment give
It H, stetter's Stomach Bitter's, and be
welt. Tty It for malaria or lever and ague.
The result will astound you Get It at any
drug store anj see that a Private Reve
nue Stntitp co ere the peck of the bottle.
fHE BANK OP HAWAII, Ll'
iNCOPPOBATtD UnOIR THI LAWS)
or Tin Hawaiian Rjpuulic.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS!
Chab. M. Coouk, President.
P. C. Jovue, Vlcci-I'rosldcut
C. II. Cooke, Cahlor.
K. C. Atiikutov, Asltant Cashier
V. W. Macfnrlane,
E. D. Tonney,
J. A. McCnndle'. .
Solicits the Accounts of Finns, Cor.
pciratlons, Trusts. Individuals, and wll ,
oarofully and promptly attend to at
nusinoHS connoctou wun uanaing en
trusted to It. Soil and purchase Forolm
Exchange, Issue Letters of Credit.
Ordinary and Term Deposits received
and Interest allowed In accordanco wllk
rules and conditions printed In Pa
books, copies of which may be had ut .r
Customers are Informed that every
check, dtaft, or order, drawn on or after
June 14th, 1000, payable at sight or on
demand must have thereon a two-cent U.
S. Internal Revenue stamp, cancelled by
the Initial-, of the drawer and date of Issue
before It will be pilJ, received on deposit,
or taken for collec'lon.
The negotiation or payment of any
check, draft, or order, without such can
celled stamp affixed will be a violation rf
the U. S. Revenue Law and will render
the maker liable to the prescribed penalty.
Stamps for above purposes will be sup
plied to customers at face value by the
I undersigned, or can be obtained at the U
Si Mma Revenue .'flice, comtrFort and
Allen streets. Honolulu.
Honol jlu, lune o'.h, toco.
BISHOP & CO.,
CLAUS SPRECKELS & CO.,
YOKOHAMA SPECIE BANK.
THE BANK OF HAWAII, LTD.,
THE FIRST AMERICAN BANK OF
BOARDING AND LIVERY
Rigs sent to any part of tlie
HACKS -AT -ALL -HOURS
TEL. BLACK 141.
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Superintending
FJi?tro Hydraulic Power Transmission
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. . . .
With Cattcin-Noll Co., Queen street
Offlce next to Pm ..ctteo. 1211
SJt MES T. TAYLOR,
M Am Soc. C. 6.
Slid .liidd Block. Tele. 613
Joseph Fernandez, Prop
The livening Bulletin, 75 cents per
m mm i.
Artfi neinefiro Agrnlt Tint Nkvapa
. National Dank or Haw Khic'iwm.
Haw Kwaipiwo The Nevada Nallonftt
. Hank of Hall Krntlol-cii
I liwpot Thn Union Hank of Imndoo.
Nrw Yon American Kichange Na-
Ciiioaoo Mnrchanta National lUnk
Bkruw DreMlner Itank.
HowKono awn Yokohama Uonk.nn A
Hhanghal llanklng (Xirporatloti,
NKW '.KAtJlNO AND ACaTHALU Itenk
of New Zealand
Victoria awo Vahoouvmh Rank o
British North America.
TruHct i QtKni Bttbu ud Eiciuie Bunw
DtpoUtt Received. Lotns mtde on A-
B roved Security. OommerclalandTravelii
redltt titaed. Bllli of Iiehnae bonctl
OomcTtoas PaonrrLT Aoooowran Fo,
OF HAWAII, LTD.
Incorporated Under the Laws of tke
Republic of Hawaii.
' Subscribed Capital,
I I'ald Up Capital
OFFICERS AND D1RECTOR3.
! Cecil Drowu .President,
I M. P. Robinson Vlco-Prestdenti
W. G. Cooper Cashier
IE. M. Uoyd Secretarjf
Directors Cecil Drown, Mark P.
Roblneon, Uruco Cartwright, W Q.
Cooper and II. M. Von Itolt.
DRAW EXCHANGE ON:
San Francisco The Anglo-Calltor-nla
Chicago The Mrchanto Loan ano
Now York J. & W. Sellgman k. Com
London The Anglo-Callfornliv
Paris Socletle Generate.
Hamburg M. M. Warburg ft Jom
Hongkong and Yokonama Thit
Chartered Bank of India, Auatraliit
-The Union Dank of Aus
Canada Dank of Montreal.
Berlin Gerbruder Meyer.
Exchange bought and aold Lettern
Credit Issued on all parta ol thti
Transact a General Banking;
nd Exchange Business.
Commercial and Travelor'n
1 etters of Credit issued, avail"
ble in all the principal citien
' tho world.
Interest allowed after July
L, 1898, on fixed deposits S
months 3 per cent., 6 nionthu
3& per cent., 12 months 41
Savings Deposit will bo
received and Interost allowed by this
Bank at four and one-half r cent,
Printed copies of the Rules anil Reg
ulations may be obtained on application,.
Office at bank building on Merchant,
BISHOP A CO
Pioneer Building and'
ASSETS, DEC. 31, 1893. 1112,677.17.
Money loaned on approved security.
ASavlug?I!ank for monthly depositee
louses built on tho monthly install
men pir .
Twentieth Serl - of Stock Is now
OFFICERS T. F. Lansing. Presl
dent; S. B. Rose, Vice President; C. IX.
Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Oear, Secretary.
DIRECTORS T. F. Lansing, S B.
Rose, A. V. Gear, A. W. Keecb, Henry
Smith, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, C. &
Gray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. GEAR,
chamber of Commerce rooms.
Offlce Hours; 12; 30 1; 30 p. m.
rij8 VoohamB gpecie Bank
Subscribed Capital .... Yen 24 000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000 00O
Reserved Fund Yen 8,000,000
Tbe Bank buys and receives tor coi
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters ot Credit, ana transacts
a general banking business.
Or, Fli.d Dipoilt fcr ii month,, i .w cm
On f-liil Lxpoill tor 6 montba, "
On Fli.d Dipoilt (or l noi,
Hv lt. Hcaf Oflct At Yokoharaa, os Corrtat B
oatt, 1 t- ta par day
Oo f-la.d Df poalt tof la nootht, H par cant a k
EW REPHllliC BUllllul Ul lilt St., HOMll"!
1 12 Uotki, Hthxht
KAI'A, CALABASHES, LEIS. NA
TIVE HAT8. HULA 8KIRT8. NIIHAU
MATS. FAN8. SHELLS. SBETJB, Etc.
HOMEMADE POJ, cotvitaatly oa haaci.
-1 fc Wsrs-w-