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oFl). A. DAVIS
1 1.I I I I '
0L0 0. GEAH
DAVIS & QEAR
Mtornc)t and Countcllort il
Rmid , ). . JM iMMrnc
Of, I'm! ni MeMunl St..l(nru
CHARLES r. PETERSON
fttttornov tvi Xitiw and
J. M. KANKAKUA,
Attorney ami Couiieullor nt
mmtt: In the Occidental Hotel,
asrasr of KIdi BDd Alakea Btreets.
, B. Aekl. Enoch Johnson.
Attorneys nnd Goiinnelorn
Hh No. 10 West King Street
MOVED TO THE JUDD
LOCK. FOHT 8TUKET.
Snrnwns, Physicians 1 Dentists,
DR. J. T. WAY80N,
Has removeJ to his new office and resi
dence, Heretanla St., nearlv op?olte Me
riPPI-P HfMIHS no am,0, P-m
Ol-Flwb HUUKS (f,; jop.rn.t0 7tJOp.nl.
i6jj-lm TI.L. AViin r'
Has removed to Betetanla street, opposite
Hawaiian Hotel, from comer of Richard
and Beretanla streets.
isofrim Tel. 5'7. Houn: 9 to S.
DR. C. A. HUriiRSON
Has rt-ocened his office at . . .
36 Emma Street
2- 4 P.M. f
DR. E. C. WATERHOUSE
Office and Residence: King St.,
saar Alapal. :::::: r ::: :
tomes lloits 1 10 11 a m.
I to I v. M.
t to s e .
SUSDAVS 0 IOII.IOA M.
TUtPHONE ion, WHITE, ih
Dr. W. J.
Pe and Residence: Beretanla and
eae Houra: 9 to 10 a. m.; 2 to i
i. .; 7 to 8 p. m.
IR. WALTER HOFFMANN.
ITANIA STREET, (opposite the
HtUfkon 110. P. O. Box 601.
Set kours, 8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to I
t, .; T to I p. a. .Sundays, 8 to 11 a. tn.
DR. 1. N. SINCLAIR
trMt, between Emma and Fort.
in: t to 10 a. m., 2 to 4 p.
I I sn.; Bundaya, 9 to 10 a. to.
DR. R. I. MOORE,
Mice: 222 Hotel Street
Oflce Hours: V'to 12 and 1 to 4.
k, C. WALL, D. D. S.,
O. E. WALL, D. D. S.,
" fTt Building, Fort Street
an: I to 4. Telephone 4S4.
Prepared to fill or.
tiers until 4 p. m
Saturdays. . . .
Ihe MERCANTILE PRINTING
Corner ot Fort Street
And other Rings, Watches, Brace
lets, Pins, and an extensive variety
40IU FORT STREET.
v W. THRUM
ROOM NO. 10, SPRECKEU3 BLOOR
Plantation Work a Specialty.
. . isas
TliFHi iii lipittu Flfnik !
DONO IN ClAON OR UU
....ulMta Pm.s.4 In mi' ilvli
KitiK and Alapat streets,
Near Honolulu SJaI Vird,
T. KATSUNUMA & Co.
A. t, 01AWA. Maastar.
GENERAL BUSINESS AOENCY.
Tri.rr Offiti Mb f uritiift Srktit .iii.
It, Til, l.
Wong Sal Kee
.MERCHANT - TAILOR
A Pibitrt Tit fiUAkAktiin
04 hort St., near Mnp St.
IfriKnl til It II I
CUinlnf, () ttn( ni Htrtlrlnf Bptcllllr
Y. MAN SING
Hu Rimovtd From Fort Street to jn
Nuuanu Stmt, opp. Goo Klm'i.
Drtses Made Tr Order.
WfiTrVOTf; Toiloi '
A Fiki AttontMiKT o amiucai. tuoiuM Anb
Semen CLotm on Hard
No. Jig Nuuanu ttii.t. Hcnotulu. H.,1.
Good wotk ana tftt'Claia fit guaranlMi
CIMh., Clmil an Ralu
,.Coi Alama add Kino Srtiirs..
r.nnrcov ivncoccu cdiiitc
.1....... i.,n tuccu pimpimii ti
for special order, and CALIFORNIA
FRUITS bv every steamer and also ISL
AND BUTTER. Delivery Free. Tel. j6j
The . . .
Astor House Restaurant
Corner King and Alakea streets
FIRST CLASS JAMILY REST ALP AKT
0I6T- Meals at all hours -Jo
Ah Chuck Proprietor
Beer and Wine Dealers.
Importers, and Wholiiaii
WinB ni Lipr Dealers.
Aitsla lor lbs Gonial Rtlnlai Br ol taattla
No. 19 NUCAXD KTIiEET
Foatar Block. Honolulu, Hawaiian Iiiasds
P. O. Boi lit. Mutual Ttlioncna ,oS
aONSALVES cfc CO., Ltd
WHOLESALE GRO0ER8 ANi
225 Queen street, Honolulu, H
r rum wie uegiunuiE me cocuuet 01 movement was promoted nnd encour
'linsnlirl'ltorl Qfirla WatDP Pn T'fl ltlle nu8slan.?.,1,us bu, n ,blot ,n lhe'nKl,(i nn,i ti,e lf0 of every foreigner in
IJUoUllUtUuU IjUUd ndlBI WI,liiramIia,Bn-, Iuo " ,,of ,olorlul'aiChlna wns placed In Jeopardy. Thoio
orrnr Allen & Fort SU., Honolulu
r ,, 1 i l 1,
YOU Will find it at theXOmer
of Hotel and Bethel Streets
Ol nuiei .tllU DCUICI iliccis.
HeadquarterS IOr ALL ttie
Sports and Race Horse Men.
A No. 1 Liquors a specialty.
B. Lemon and F. Woodman
will attend to the WANTS of
.Sea t tip Reer kent at a Tem-
.... I t..niL : Tn..,
perature Unequalled in Town.
John Dewar, Kellock's AA,
Green River and Old Govern
ment Whiskies and the verv.
best of everythinp; else. ,,
Lessons in AnT EMBROIDERY will
.....,..... it ivnii . . .1..
ue given uy .u.. ii, ii. imuuiuo , ...
pi... t.-rnit,,r fi.nre. Pnrt street.
' ..M. ,
First Clabg stamping done.
MRS. H. H. WILLIAMS.
The followlne resolution was passed
unanimously at meetlnc of the Executive
"That It Is the sense of the Execut ve
Committee that the District Committees
have the power to fill all vacancies that
may occur in saia uisinci iommiucc.
GEO. W. SMITH,
E. U. HENDRY,
EGESSLERS: will refund
I NAGIC , the money
iEHEADACHEi If they fall
II WAFERS : to cure.
'H'.'f'tff.'fWffNIii'i V'ko 1 lebts.
HUWifetlNi HONOLULU! H.
IIISSIAN SU1.UII.K iKIi
SHOWN 10 III. III.M.WI
AMritttt. Hritttk auA Ji( ' II
Tbtfr Mm hi ttMk-Mw-dtr cf
Iinoitnt Womffl and Nou
TAXI', Ayr M. ln "linnilial, Pot
1-Tae Chi in if In tin I'd Ho full r
are pa) In dearly lor tlie full)' nf their
iiutetiimrnt. Ihe retribution thrr are
suffering extieds the ordinary pi nab
1 tic of mat. AIoiiie the river anil ll
loads travrltd by fotiljtn troops lc
twidi Tientsin nml Piking tn orglo of
looting otid ildlructlun i outturns wltli
niurli usees, Milliter or ''"''"
""Ul1"""' V i ""-"-"
rr:10rvn ;,efl,,5 ,,e :. 'jissss
ni..l llrltl.l.. nifnr.... n fulr .iMt.o tf
Bm) rlllll( tllforu.(1 fulr ,ie4ti0 II
iirotrtlon for jitoiierty not milled for
, mimni, i.u.....i-..
The eomlltlona nrevnlllng leivc llltle
griiunil for the mornblo coniparuun
muni for the fmornblo co:niarion
of civilize il warfiuc wltli C'4lnee until-,
oiU. lloiitiery. ruviii'in nnu murti-r
are o common that ew-v Kipiiiutble
perron one mtita eontrl'jiitus utortca
limn peraonal uuvrvauun luewnuoi
ttty of Tung Chow u tho only town
In the imtliwny of the ItilTnniltnl
forte wlioao woplc rciunlned and rl-
1 temiiteil to continue biialntu, Dur-
' Ing Its oecuiiatlnn thu tililueoo i.U.-o!ih1
'the place ' cfflplcntly. iirotcctlng the
IHiople nnd prerentliiK looting beyond
tin amount Inevitable ln any i.rny.
. I'mifipiil fttnfti.ti atntlttiAil J f1infl1
around the historic tcmplo oiitild? tno
nn forMl,d,nK Mk troo, ,0 cnur.
The coiinuuhiterA eucouraged tint In-
habitants to rtsutii bimluifa, prom-
lllig protection to nil peaceful Dvrsnr. I
When the nrnilcB uaMineni, However, t tenon Is one 01 me uni nuuwu auiuun
the gmiiils weie remivc'l only u small ties on Chlniso iitTalig and has made a
Urltlfch nnd Am Tic. Karrison being study of the flnnucca of the enipinj.
left outside the wall A correspondent Ho Is ouu of the founders and an nun
of tlii- Assoclntid I'ress, rstiirulnir from ornry secretary of tho China league, an
Peking, found Tuug Chow stripped llko organization recently formed In L'ii.-
a cornfield aftT n nlagilv of granshop
Pen. Everything portable. 0' the
mallet value, had been taken.
ties of soldiers of every nationality
were roaming about nnrestri.' ed i.nd 1
I iiresumably were doing much want'jn
l destruction, In the splilt of c'lvllty,
smashing furniture nnd glasiwara an'l
trampling books and plctuies tmder I
foot.. Most of the Chinese wer sub-1
mlttlng to nil this In nbjict ieir. Die
few who dared to protest wera kicked
Several bodies lay In the strctta, np-' meusu possibilities which that country
1 parently those of non-w-j'lilmunta. The possess us u legltlmiite Held for bus.-
lnliabltnnts. without food or doming, ness enterprises. W'c mink we havo
.ere huddling In bactc yards In u fit-1 some leason to take exception to the
I table condition. l.iik of a definite line of policy on tho
i The villages to the southward aro part of our government In Us dealings
levin worse despoiled. One week after vrltli China, but we recognize the fact
, Peking wns taken the trmeler to Tien- that tho absence of n strong, popular
I tsln wag seldom out of sight of burn-1 sentiment on the subject may be held
Ing houses. Flies are sturted daily, to excuse much of the hesltuncy which
although the shelters will bo raii'jh ' has been apparent In English dlplo-
nuilnl If the troops are to hold tho malic action.
lountry during the winter. i Mr. Hay very properly Insisted, It
The soldiers ure having "line sport" his' communications to foreign govern
! In using natives who creep back to ments n year ago, that n reform of tho
their houses or uttempt to work In tho , administrative system of China was
flilds as targets. The sight of a farmer absolutely bound up with the preserva
lilng where ho was shot, with a basket ' ti,, r tin. Intecrltv nf the i.nmlre. Hut
of grain or urmfiil of other produce
neur uf, is yime couuiiou. lue uua- rUle of the Umpress Uownger and her
shins are the chief actors in this style corrupt ring of ndvlsers. If the Uus
of conquest, but the French ure re- lnn tirniuuuil inpnini nnvtlilnir it means
markably conspicuous, considering
their small numbers. The Indian
troops nnu mo Japanese are paruci-
I punts only when beyond the ken ot0l).n ,ior n chlnn. Speaking of thoj
'"" i.i uiu.v .u.w.u.j ...a-, vuu.oiaro u great many things yet to ne ex
nny ndjectlves. Whin entering Peking I pmed i regard to recent events In
correspondents of the Associated Priis cllna but this much Is certain, that
saw Cossacks smash down Chinese wo-, hail tJl0 Empress Dowager and her
men with the butts of their guns and olenites been allowed their own way
pound their heads until they were dead. tho wi10ie col,ntry would have been III
The Cossacks would nick up children1,, (i.,,a f ,,n.fr,.i,. iti.rr,.ti, ,.-,.
uiireiy uiu vtiuubu iu wuiit, uuiu iwsm
,.. ..... .. . ... ...,. ,...,.. .1
by the ankles nnd beat out thill bmlus
on the pavement. Hussuu ofltjers
looked ou without Piotsst.
tthen General Chaffee was waUrlus
his horse nt a stream under the wall
of Tung Chow the Russians fnuud .i
feeble old man hidden In the mud. ex -
. Li , , , . . ,
'Pt "' 1". and dragged Ji ni out by
. TVl , f ' 8"0U.Vnf ?,e,u,,- ' "'
Imnaltd hm on their buyuuets. Qen -
Impaled htm on their buyuiicts.
I "That U not war: It is brutal mur-
, uw. . . ..
' "ZJi SE
slans bayonet children anil throw o Id
men into the river, clubbing them to
death when they tried to swim. Ihe
Itutslans Kllleu women who :cnnt be
fore them und begged for mercy.
Eerybody was disposed to hi f rlon.J-
ly toward the Russians in the early
days of the lighting at Tleutsi.i be
cause of their bravery, hut such Inci
dents as the foregoing have been bo
prominent u feature of the uunpalgn
that lio one who Is suppjji.l to report
Importunt fans can Ignore them. They
i are so numerous as to compel the con-
' cllIiIon ,hat tlley aie aot ,,0iated epi-
soues, but the orulmiiv piacttces
Russian mithods ot varfuie.
FOU GOVBRNOiM)P NUW YORK.
Sarutoga, N. Y Sept. 6. The State
' Republican Convention today nominal
eu we toiiowing ticiiet:
' For Governor, 1). 11. Odell, Jr., of Or-
unge; Lieutenant Governor, Timothy
L. Woodruff of Kings; Secretary of
Slai- Jo1"' T McDonough of Albany;
Comptroller, William J. Morgan of
,,.., , , ... ,
I l Stute Treasurer, John P. JueelteP
........ ..,,..,,... f,.,....H. I Iftl... ft
Ul UUU, IIIUIIIV UCIICIill, Ultl, ...
Davits of Oneida; State Engineer, Ed
wurd A. Bond ot Jefferson.
Perhaps the most Interesting feature
of the convention wns tho fact that
the speech nominating Benjamin B.
Oilell for Governor was made by for
mer Governor Frank 8, Black, who has
been outside the organization breast'
workg Bnce Theodore Roosevelt de-
feated him two years ago, when ho de
sired a renomlnntton. Mr. Black said
the Issues now before the American
people were discussed und bettlcd four
The ever popular Rainier beer Is bo
coming a household word and "will
you havo a glass of Sinttle," Is mora
often hi aid than anything else. The
Criterion Saloon has the beer on tap cr
il I 1 IHWUMI HM 'M MiWIsIHiiH WUBWhii) iHH ItlP illlWI siiniiJiilWWB 'r
" " .
i, iiic it J,,ne JiR.int 0 -anJ
w?-"i! fe &m
" J". .." . ' ' ''.'.'. V. " , V' 1 " h.:
7, -i. Ii u-lli UrfPtlie.u": "1".VSJ
.'uattii, tij cjre. all tudi ttPinaili '
dsnrJtr ilyrepia. m:!KtJUon, slur
.11.11... i, Uldt.tvs. m.ibt!a, fever
;j a;uf, Seetlnt a PrUntc Rc
;i acur. See tint a PrUntc Revenue
Htnmp lovers the nttk ol the bott e
1C . ..jiiiici'iiTTfU'B
A Safeguard IHIO 11-11 lK O
China Must Have
.Ni:V YOIUC, Sept. 0. George Jam
lcon, formerly comul-genvral of her
llrltannlc majesty at Shungnnl, la nasi-
Ing thiough New York on hU way to
China by way of Vancouver. Mr. Jam-
don for the purpose of supplcmeu"Ut;
the work of the China association by
iiliicutlui: tho nubile mind of the Cult-
ej Kingdom In regard to the magaltudo
work of the league, Mr. Jnmlesou sai'J
"Its purposes nio similar to those of
jour American ABlntlc nuso. latton,
with which 1 lioiio It may eslnuusn
rlose nnd friendly relations, Like
those hero who know unythlng about
this subject, we arc Impiessed with i
Imtiortniue of China as an open marl;
for our manufactures mid with the li.
t,er inn be no such reform under iho
foturii to the statu quo nnte to the
' ot ,1L, commercial and other Interests
ilenendcnt upon the possession of the
state of things under which the Uoxr
" ...... w ... ...... .w..p, V....V..W w
il nv ii ml tlin flr'tldii tlmt tins nnwnin
urc I10t nt wnr wlth China would havo
tu Ue abandoned
I u u true that wo must have some
klll(, of responsible government with
, which to make terms for the settlenu-nt
f the flltllre uf China and of the status
; ... -n ..... i i ..,.... .,,.
' " " u,il ."infill iiucicaia iiir..
. Tllcre u no MlcIl government In China
at the present moment because tho
1 .. -..- i. ,. i. .m n. i- ...i,
: ..4t'V.U(, L UK IJU OVII1 Ull.V, IB IIIIUI
duress and the Empress Dowager can
........,' . .,. ...
utlon of the blind and Ignorant hatred
' SJSl SKSST V-w" "1? j
l(J . ,nteregt of Ullsaln d L,
Cm to mnke the restoration of
(llc umhorUy 0f the Emnress Dowubo.-.
the authority of the Empress Dowuse.
but It is certainly not In the Interest
of any power that wants to see China
Pieserxed from dismemberment and
launched on u career of peaceful pro
gress und pi asperity."
VERMONT BV 30,000
White River Junction, Vt Sep. 4.
.State issues of which that of local op-
tlon wns the most Important, caused a
20 per cent decieuse In tho Republican
vote today In the State election, and
, J(milon t loss we'nt to
' ,he Democratic paity. The Repuli'l-
cans, or course, curried the State by a
large margin. It is likely to fall at
least 10,000 under the vote of li'M, hut
at the same time It Is probably about
6,000 ahead of the Gubernatorial vote
of two years ogo.
Tho vote for Governor In 1C0 cltloa
and towns out of 210 In the State glvj
Stlckney (It.) 3C.C71; Senter (I).), IS.-
CG7; others, 1137, The same cities mid
towns In 1SD0 gave Grout (It,) J0.GG4;
Jucksnn (D.) 11,017; all others, U"il.
The Republican plurality Is 23,001; ma
jority over all, 21,877. The Republican
plurality In the same towns In I W0
was 29,717 and the majority over all
White River Junction, Vt Sept. 0.--Returns
from 241 out of the 246 cities
nnd towns In the Stnte received up to
noon today, give the vote for Governor
as follows: Stlckney (R.) 48,102; Sal
ter (II.) 1B,55; all others, 1,275; Stick-
ncy's plurality, 32,163; majority over
all, 30,908. The Republican plurality
In the snmo towns four years ago was.
3S.2C4 and majority over all, 30,C!X.
Tho five town! not heard from voted
for Governor four years ago, as fol
lows: Giout (R.) 388; Jackson, (D,)
10 ;nll others, S,
' , ' - - -. .'
hhi Etuu .m iMmttt
l,.MJ and U'lHK
new england mutual llpi in
surance co. of bohon,
; tna fire insurance compar,
MIHKT ST. eWAI
Membtri Stoch m4 Uni EiekMf.
ANU UEA1.ERS IN
'nvbstment SEcuRiTibS ........
.P.nlc.l......l...tlr I. . "' '
uut HtiVitui. Iiiim hi Nii Ik
403 CnllfornU St.,
Han FrancUco, Cl.
Stock and Bond Broker
Miokar ol Hanallas SlKS Ixbaaft
Mclnerny Block, Fort Btreet.
BOYD, SCOTT & CO., I
Custom House Internal
: Revenue Brokers!
315 FORT ST., opposite Irwin & Co.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stock and Bond Broke.
Maatai ol lit Honoljli Stu lictaif a.
031ce Queen street, oppotlto Unlot
Talaphoaa' oA PO Bii yti
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Nurlntendlnt:
Floctro-ilytlraullc Power Transmlsnlon
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. . . .
With Catton-Noll Co., Queen atreol,
OBleo next to Poitiine. 12SI
i JAMES T.TAYLOR,
M. Am. Sk. C. I.
806 Judd Block. Tele. 681
' 3onolulU IrOH Works Ct
Improved and modern SUOAR HA
1 CHINERY of every capacity and de-
' scrlptlon made to order. Boiler wort
. and RIVETED PIPES for Irrlgatlot
purposes n specialty. Particular atten
tlon paid to JOB WORK, and repatrt
executed at shortest notice.
No. 1. Buslncij property on Smith
street, between Pauahl aud Beretanla
No. 2. Residence property on Punch'
bowl street, near Vineyard street, suit'
able for cottages.
No. 3. Flue suburban property from
Ing on McCully street and running
from Beretanla to King streets.
Will sell on easy termj, viz.: part In
cash, or approved sto:kj or bonds, bal
ance on mortgage.
For Sale or
Valuable business property, corner of
King and Smith streets'.
A few office suttei In Model Block.
For particulars apply to
BRWE CART WRIGHT,
Cartwrlght Bullu'iag, Merchant Street.
The World Register
Keeps the Caih while you are busy
Try one 0
On Marble and Granite
and CEMETERY .
WORK. . .
Fences and Lawn
Haw'n Iroo Fence and MoDDmeotal Go
Ml Klro Street
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Subscribers are furnished with from
five to six lUts per week, giving an ac
curate record ot deeds, mortgages,
leases, releases, power of attorney,
etc., etc., which aro placed on record.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 12.00 PER
A. V. GBAR,
JuiM Building, Honolulu.
Mrs, Annis Montague Turner,
Vocal Studio, " Mlfinon "
720 Ueretanla street! Tel, 1114, i037-tf
Am Viiii' 4ilr Tn MlVAna
NAttonAi. IU or Nau fJioi.
Ka l'uAirli Tli Natl Nation
lmnon lli Union Hank of London
Maw York Anwrlntn Eachani N
Cmicaoo Merchsiiln National Bank.
Hokkoxii akh Yokohama Honkinf
tlianglial lUnklliR Cirporatlou.
Nkw Zkalako add Avstbaua Bak
of New Zealand,
Vicioria axii Vanoovvm Bank
British North Amtrlua.
TrUMCt 1 .Htrtl mtm tM Elclmi Mm
Otpolati Keeelftd. Loam nsae on Ap
praTsdfecarltT. OoBBtrelsl sad Trawtarl
Un4ltl lisaed. Bills of BieaH botckl
ComcrioMs PaonrTLT Aqcoctid foj
THE BANK OF HAWAII, Ltd.
- JUDD BUILDING.
f IscoiroiAiio Unois thi LawiI
lor the Hawaiiar Rspvsucj
I OFFICERS AND DIKKCTOKSl
CttAJ. M. Coosa, President.
F. C. Jo.hks, Vice-President
I C. H. O00KJC, Cashier.
F. C. Atiikhton, Assistant Cashier,
Henry Water house,
tr. w. Aiacrariane,
E. D. Tenney,
J. A. McCandlesa,
Solicits the Accounts of Firms, Cor
poratlons, Trusts, Individuals, aud will
carefully and promptly attend to all
buslnoss connected with bunking en
trusted to It. Sell and purchase Foreign
Exchange, Ibiuo Letters of Crodlt.
i SAVINGS DEPARTMENT I
! Ordinary aud Term Deposit rocelved,
and Interest allowed In accordance with
rules and conditlous printed In Fas
, books, copies of which may be had upn
I IISKQF JC CO.
Savings Deposits will b
received aud Interest allowed by this
Bank at four and one-half per cent,
Printed copies of the Rules and Reg
ulations may be obtalnod on application,
Office at bank building on Merchant
BISHOP A CO.
BISHOP 6c Co.
Transact 0 General Bankii g
nnd Exchange Business.
Commercial and Travelers
Letters of Credit issued, avail
able in all the principal citie
of tho world.
Interest allowodalter July
1, 1898, on fixed deposits 7
day notice 2 per cent., (this
form will not bear interest
unless it remains undis
turbed for ono month), 3
montus 3 per cent., 6 months
3J per cent., 12 months 4
Pioneer Building and
ASSETS, DEO. 31, 18m, HU.MT.tl
Money loaned on approved security,
A Savings Bank for monthly deposit,
Houses built on the monthly Install,
Twentieth Serl of Stock Is no
OFFICERS T. F. Lansing, Pret.
dent; S. B. Rose, Vice President; O. .
Gray. Treasurer; A. V. Gear, BecretarF.
DIRECTORS T. F. Lansing, B. M.
Rose, A. V. Gear, A. W. Kcech, Hearx
Smith, J, L. McLean, J. D. Holt. C. u.
Gray, W. L. Howard.
A- V, GEAR,
Chamber of Commerce rooms.
Office Hours; 12:801:80 p. so.
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Subscribed Capital .... Yen 24,00O,0O
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,00
Reserved Fund Yen 8,000,00f
The Bank buys and receives for 1
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts'
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a general banking business.
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Ukulele and Taro Patch.
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