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From the Progressive Bulletin. XIX
HiiMH.i.hi TKKhlTOKN K A W A il.' WKliNE:?DAY OCTOBER 17
Pkick 5 Okkts.
Vol. IX. No. 1003
Evening' Bulletin t i ' ' -i
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Promise is Literal With
All Except Prince'
AGREEMENT AMONG POWERS
SEEMS TO BE ASSURED
Troops Leaving PekingBig Indem
nity That Will be Demanded
No Mediator Was Needed by
Peking, Oct. 7 (via Shanghai, Oct.
ft i. A rnonse to the German demand
has been transmitted to li niing
Chang. This "says that Ylng Nlen,
president of the Ccnsorate; Ynng Yl,
assistant Grand Secretary and presi
dent of the Civil Hoard, and Chao Shu
Chlao, president of the Board or run
from the city. The Japaneso assort
that the trains contain ammunition.
Bnglnnd Came to Time.
Washington, Oct. 5. The British
Government has followed In the toot
steps of the UnUed States In the Chi
nese negotiations. It has authorized
Sir Claude MacDonald, the British Min
ister at Peking, to enter into relations
with the Chinese' officials, just as our
Government did In the case of Mr. Con
ger. It has left to Its Minister dis
cretionary powers to pass upon the
sufficiency of the credentials of LI
Hung Chang, Prince Chlng and file
other Chinese envoys. Although the
formal response to the last German
proposition has not been returned by
Lord Salisbury, the United States Gov
ernment has been Informed that,
though such an answer may not bo
made at all, being unnecessary In 'tin
light of recent developments, yet Sir
Claude MacDonald will be Instructed to
make the same Inquiries relative to (he
punishment of the Chinese rtTigleadcrs
that havo been committed 10 .Mr, vot
ger. --i.i qp.
From the Palace
An Old-Fashioned Flood
STREETS AND DWELLINGS
SWEPT 'WITH WATER
Scenes and Incidents of the Freshet
People Driven from Homes
Much Loss of Property on
of all verdant green and verdant ap
pearance. Men, women and children
were picking debris of wood and what
ever of usefulness they could find. To
ndd to the novelty of tin scene, mother
earth had Joined the watery regiment.
At Honolulu plantation the water
suddenly rushed Into a puniplng sta
tion pit. The men made a rtiamble for
their UK. All aic.'tfcown to have
reached the surfio.'etccpMni: Nrone,
the assistant engineer. HI Js still miss
ing this afternoon. Thfl'pit Is being
CABLE CONSTRUCTION DBLA .
Vancouver, BAC., Oct. 0. Much
disappointment Is felt hero over the
news, just arrived by me Bicamer mio-
wera, that rromier seunon oi isew
Zealand has officially Btated that tn
consequence of the rise In values of
materials, further legislation and lar
ger appropriaTions will be neeffcrT to
establish the Imperial Pacific cable.
Return to Lord Roberts.
London, Oct. S. Lord Roberts, the
Dally Mall announces, v. Ill leave Soath
Africa during the laBt week of October.
Th authorities have decided to Unit
the number of colonial troop who nre
to be tho Queen guests In Loudon to
W m WN
Associated Press Special.
New York, Oct. 10. The Russians,
without consultation with the other al
lies, agreed to hand over tho summer
and winter palaces at Peking' to'tite
Chinese, says a Tien Tsln dispatch to
(tin IfiiiMinl nnit A ilvnrtlsAt. titit Vfltl
Ishment, will bo decapitated: that , nrtsn troopa ni90 Germans ond It.
. "re.!if ,.f! f .... I lans. have proceeded to occupy them.
Prince lh will be sentenced to life In - A ,ne Japancse gectlon of the town
prlsonmcnt and that Prince- Tuan will lg lmmnK ngan commercial ue-
be banished to tho Imperial military ,i..i... ,.u. ,. .. .... ..niu..
post roads on the Siberian front! )r the French nnd Russian, are compara-'
i i iiiiwii .u..,n.....t... .-. .. d ...- tiveiy deserted.
Trustworthy Chinese reports say that
the Dowager Kmpress Is seriously lit
nt Tal Yuan Fu, Province of Shansl,
atid the Ircc hand of the Emperor in
affairs of state of late Is regarded S3
confirmatory of these reports.
Emperor May Return.
Peking, Oct. C Prince Chlng has re
ceived nn edict from the Emperor, dat
ed October 1st, In reply to a note sent
at the request of the legations, saying
lie will uturn to Peking as soon as
the negotiations take a favorable turn.
Bnglnnd'ft Delays Reply.
Berlin, Oct. 9. It was ascertained
at the Foreign Office today that all the
Powers have agreed to tho proposals
of the second German note with the
Many American missionaries ire
holding sales In tho houses of wealthy
Chinamen of large quantities of loot
brought In by their converts. The Ja
panese consider the expedition 'Wl'no
Ting Fu unnecessary and-nfer6ly to
gratify a German desire for vengoan:e,
which will surely fall heaviest on wo
men, children and Inoffensive people,
totally unconnected with von Ketteler s
FEAR TO RETURN
Washington. Oct 8. The effort
Induce the Chinese Imperial court
of the second German note with the. relurn t0 Pekne ha8 fallea. after
exception of Great Britain, from whomL.eck', persistent effort on the part
uu Huonri uus Uk uct'ii ici-eivi-u in jjjp Powers.
either the nrst or Becond notes or ur-
many. The Forolgu Office, however,
expects Great Britain's adherence to
the second note and still looks for a re
ply to the first.
With reference to the statement ca
bled fiom America that Great Britain
has acted as mediator In effecting aa
understanding between Germany ana
the United States, a high Forei.tn
Office official said that nothing was offl
News to that effect was
brought to the State Department to
day by the Chinese Minister, who re
ceived It via St. Petersbr-g from Vice
roys Liu Kun Yin and Chang Chili
Lung, under date of October 4th. Min
ister Wu received the message laut
night. It was as follows:
"The departure of their Imperial
majesties for Shcn (Province) was due
to distressing conditions at Tal Yuen
Fu. There Is a scarcity of food sup
When, after nttecn
minutes of moderate
rain In town Just be
fore noon yesterday, the streets down
town ran rivers people talked of the
probability of a cloudburst having tak
en place In the mountains. Tho freshit
lapsed and there was a respite from
rnln until nftcr 3 o'clock. Then It
came down heavy nnd for tho rest of the
Afternoon and evening tho famlNar
floods of former rainy seasons were re
peated -nil oor town. All the lower
levels along N'uuami stream, especially
the Rhcr street district Including St.
Louis college, grounds, wcro not long In
presenting' scenes of distress, and de
struction. People were drlu-n out of
their dwellings, losing severely in
household supplies and personal effects.
The ruination of goods In tho stores of
Chinese and Japanese near the rher
was disastrous In amount. Through
the night the storm continued Inter
mittently accompanied at times by
electrical phenomena, from tho country
news came of a heavy tnunuer siopn
with deluge, and much loss of proper'
ty In fields and gardens devastated and
lowly cabins swept away.
Along Fort street
from 4 to B o'clock, and
after the latter hour -
the close of Honolulu's business nnd
Industrial hour people swarmed un
der the awnings and In Btoro doorways,
cheerfully discussing the storm nnd
patiently watching for hacks and cars.
Miniature yachts with paper boxes fur
hulls floated down the gutters, and
Jokes passed about tho chances for
salvage when they stranded on tho
tramways hogsback, or for a libel In
admiralty for collisions against Mtr.
Pal n when one of his cars ran over
one of tho little craft. Umbrellas sold
no not u rift ma In U7 Tim mnvlrnt trr
whatever for a mediator. The latter vnn la iimnst iiesonni tim irmiem rni.i.nr. ., hnu.r ! i.n,..
statement wns rorrnhorntl liv Ihn i. t-. . - i.- .... .. . .. . ..
n.ui.i. i,-..-X,. oi.iJ.- i. i 1....1 I i'eui"e uuvwg " nceuuui oi iuu suns were me oniy wear xnai woum
R. niES. .?. 5i.r . J .'"' disturbances caused and continued for1 hnvo taken one dryshod across tho
to, uuu uj me V...11.U uii.vvn vuuiftv mnnins llV inn llnner rehplS. WHO flflll rnnm n. lmro mtu'Acn ritmnaltn fur',.
d'Atlalres, John B. Jackson. I invaded that province with tho encour-1 stones.
agement of aovernor Yu. Their ma-1 There wcro picturesque scenes along
Jestles, therefore, were obliged to pro-1 Ilcrctnnla street from 4:30 o'clock on-
cecd to Shensl, where telegraphic com- ward. A tramway car packed Instdo
Contract Let for
New Pacific Cable
Vancouver, B. C, Oct. 4. The con
tract for the building of the Pacific ca
ble, according to a Melbourne, Austra
lia, dispatch,, lias been formally award
ed to the Telegraph and Maintenance
Company, whose offer to do the work
was' Tor 1, SS6.000 pounds sterling. Thi-y
nre to'flnlsh the work of construction
within eighteen months of tho signing
of the contract.
The Postmaster Genernl of New
South Wales Is quoted as Baying that
the work will be put In hand at the
earliest opportunity. Tho contract Is
not greater than tho amount of esti
Attorney General Gives
Opinions on Two -
DIAMOND HEAD RESERVOIR
GOES BEYOND ESTIMATE
Engineer Hering's Plan for Draining
Storm Water Cemetery Site
Again - Another Water
muntty and their new venture will bo
favorably received. For the present
the Arm .will occupy the office of Mr.
Brown on Fort street.
ROOSEVELT IN ILLINOIS.
ciauy Known regarding such a service. , plea n lhe province of Shansl. on nc
If It had been rendered, and lhat. as n count of the jonB continued drought,
matter of fact, there was net necessity I ana the provincial capital at Pal Tal
American Plan Changed.
New York, Oct. 9. A cable to the
Sun dated Tien Tsln, October 7th, says:
The order recently Issued by General
Chaffee for the surrender by the Amer
ican forces cf all the property held by
them at headquarters here and along
the water front, was revoked today,
munlcatton with Shanghai and othr' with people like Bardlncs, and as many
parts of the empire Is opened and rapid as could hold on to fenders and rods
communication with their majestlos i on tho platform, reached Hr. Mine
may therefore be carried on, thus cer
tain official business may bo transact-
The American commander Issued a M more expeditiously by their pres-
ncw order to tho effect that nothing 'once in snensi rather than In Shansl.
should be surrendered. No explanation
Is given cf the change of plans.
Want Big Money.
Shanghai, Oct. 4. The astonishment
of the Chinese was great, when today
they received official notification from
the Viceroy to the effect that foreign
pressure had necessitated the degrada
tion of prominent members of the
The new German cablo from Chefno
to Tien Tsln has been opened.
It Is reported thnt the allies will de
mand nn Indemnity which will aggre
gate 40,000,000 (200,000,000.)
Peking. Oct. C Tho Ninth Brigade
Is leaving here. The 21st Japaneso
urlgade will remain at Peking uud
Tien Tsln. The Russians havo evacuat
ed the summer palace.
Peking, Oct. 2. via Tien Tsln, Oct, 5,
and Shanghai, uct. o. The japaneso
retrograde movement has begun, and
Japan's forces In China arc-being rap
idly reduced. It Is officially stated that
halt tho army will return to Japan.
Several Japaneso trains, said to con-
tain a lot of treasure, have departed
Tho reasons for the temporary post
ponement or tneir majesties return to
Peking are the presence of the allied
forces there, on account of which soil
lltous fear Is doubtless entertained, be
sides a dread of the outbreak of tho,
epidemic diseases, which usually fol
low after great disturbances, destruc
tion of property and military opera
tions. It Is hoped that the Powers will
be considerate In their judgment In this
Chicago, Oct. 10. Governor Rooi
vclt'stralu arrived from St. Louis at
3:4S a. in., und u half an hour luui
departed for Indluna, where tho Gov
ernor will spend the next two days
'i he part Is tn charge of United Stales
Senator 'ulrbanks who Joined It tit
Chicago. Among the party who came
In from St. Loulu wero Mrs. ChaffM'
wife of the General, her sister. Mrs. V
B. Clarke and Mr. Clarke of Kansii
City. They Joined the party at St.
Louis and are en route West. National
Committeeman Kerens, who conducted
the special from St. Louis, rcmalm-a
THREE DAYS BOER FIGHT.
London, Oct. 10. The Times pub
lishes (the following dispatch from
Vredefort. Orange River Colony: "Tho
British column had a three days' fight
from October Sth to 7th Inclusive with
General Do Wet's commando of a thou
sand men and five guns. It took place
in a veritable sea of mountains near
here. The Boers wero dislodged nnj
dispersed, and they fled demorallzol,
Tbo'Drltleh casualties were alight,"
If you prefer a
with opportunity to clan vour own
house, we have the p ace for ou f n
A'laklUI St., town side of G. P.
New Stallion Record.
Cleveland, Oct. C At the Glcnvlllo
track this afternoon Cicsceus mude a
new world's record for trotting stal
lions by going a mile In 2:01, which
beats his own previous record by Hires-
quarters of a second. Cresceus covered
tho mile without a slip, the time by,
quarters ueing u:aivi, i:01li, v.n,
Registration tn Chicago.
Chicago, Oct. 10. The result of tho
first day of registration in Chicago, for
tho Presidential election which occurs
next month, shows that 285,301 voters
entered their names on the registration
books. Tho first day four years ago
233,507 voters registered.
To Plshund British Mllltla.
London, Oct. 9. The British War
Office haB Issued orders that tho bulk
of the mllltla regiments called out for
service, during the South African war
are to be disbanded. This will affect
about t,0,000 men.
Lot 52oco and we will finance and
build a house for you at from $:$oo
McCLELLAN, POND & CO.,
TEL, MAIN Co. JUUD BUILDING
WATKINS-CLARK In Honolulu, lit
the residence, of tho bride's parent.!,
October lCth, by tho Rev. V. II. Kit
cat, Annie M, Clark and Norman
Special values In woolen goods nre
now being offered by L. B, Kerr & Co.
at greatly reduced prices. Call and In
spect them, ,
switch and, tho car that ought to have
passed It there not being in sight, tho
passengers Insisted on the driver s fil
ing ahead. Just then a heavy down
pour occurred and somo of the cling
ing passengers let go and struck for
homo on foot. The car had not gone
three lengths when It went off the Irons
at Alakea street. Just beyond Punch
bowl street men wcro up to their wnlsti
In water trying to clear tho drain grat
ings. That entlro level stretch n
front of the Queen's hospital and the
Schmidt premises was a seething bog.
Drains Tho freshet played
Sadly the usual execution
Fall. with street surfaces on
Punchbowl slopes. Gratings and strctt
crossing conduits lately put tn gave no
more release to the flood than would
so many tobacco pipes. They wcro
simply choked up and so great was the
volume of the torrent that, even a'
considerable grades, the water burst
over curbs and sidewalks Into private
A wagon loaded with crushed stone
got silicic across mo nereiama sireec
tramways track, In the mlddlo of
Punchbowl street crossing, about 9
n'cloc kthls morning. Apparently tho
street hnd been undermined by the
flood, as ono of the hind wheels of thu
wagon sunk Into It to:ho hubs. Pus
scngers changed cars at tho place, wHTio
tho track remained blocked.
Railway In tho storm laU
Scows night two large scows
Adrift. tho Oahu Railway &
Land Co. broke from their moorings
and drifted over the reef to sea. The
tug Gleu was sent out to search for
them this morning.
, . . A lady residing near
.?.?-!. tl10 stream off Nuuanu
Nuunnu. nveml0 lma furn8hc-d
the Bulletin with the following account
of tho Hood lu that locality:
Suddenly and without warning at f
P, m. yesterday, the Nuuanu stream
roso and toro down with, tremendous
roar nnd thundering force, on Its on
ward 'courso to tho sea. ' Men and wo
men who were peacefully walking nt
the edgo of tho stream flew for their
lives, children who wcro bathing an 1
enjoying a dip and swim under the
waterfalls swam ashore- as fast as they
could. Tho rain poured down In tor
rents nnd all night long tho water
rushed madly on. carrying with It do
brls of all descriptions, barrels, tins,'
wood every available things that come
across its path was carried down with
fearful uipldlty. Lightning flashed and
came down on ctinugated roofs like
hall stones, waterfalls roared and thun
dered. It seemed as It all tho elements
.-ero united In full forco to show how
powerful nnd mighty they were. This
morning presented a very dilapidated
spectacle-, Roots of trees were half net
of tho grouml.tho flood having subsided
-very much, vegetation looked snipped
Victims of Bubonic Plngue.
Glasgow, Oct. 7. A man who wos
brought hero from Govan, on tho Cijdo,
just below Glasgow, and rHtlve.l ut the
City Hospital on Scptcmbsr I'Otl., died
today of the bubonic nlairue1.
London, Oct. 7. A bacteriological ex
amination has been made In the cas.t of
the seaman, Garnctt, who arrived at
Newcastle September 23d on a vessel
from the Rio de la Plata, and went to
Llandaff, Wales, whero ho died last
Thursday supposedly of fever, Tho re
ports show unmistakably that the dis
ease was bubonic plague.
Attorney General C. P. Dolo has
written to Auditor Austin, advising
lilm not to approve the bills of Dr.
Weddlck for attending prisoners in
Wnlluku Jail. The opinion Is given
that government physicians are no,
entitled to pay outsldo their salaries
for such services.
Tho Attorney General has rendered
an opinion to Governor Dole iinfavoi
ablc to the articles of association of the
Pearl (Harbor Agricultural Co. 11
holds that foreign corporations arc sub
ject to tho same conditions ns locil
ones, and says the applicants have not
deposited the required amount of 'money.
J. A. McCnndless, Superintendent of
Public WorkB, referred to the Hover
nor s council today tho fact that a sow-
cr manhole hnd been placed In the
middle of the tramways track In Alnk'a
street. It was decided that the Hawa
iian Tramways Co. would havo to shift
Its track oft the manhole.
Superintendent McCandless reported
thnt tho Diamond Head reservoir could
not be completed within the estimate.
A plan was submitted, which Mad
been made by Rudolph Hcrlng, tho
New York sanitary engineer who plan
ned the Honolulu sewerage system, for
dralntDg Fort, Alakea and Beretnnla
street of storm water.
Port charges for Hllo wero aga.n
discussed, with a probability that ill
tlmately the Honolulu charges will be
A letter from C. G. Ballcntync. man
ager of the Rapid Transit Company,
regarding a cemetery site beyond Dia
mond Head was read and laid aside to
await further Information and more
specific statements of conditions.
A Bcale of charges for house connec
tions with sewers wns submitted nnd
withdrawn for revision In line with
suggestions presented nt the council
An application of F. J. Cross for
leave to utilize Wntholo Btream for
electrical purposes was deferred, as
there are four bids In for the same
prlvllego and tho Government may
want to use the water for itself.
London, Oct. 10. It Is reported that
a challenge from Sir Thomas Llpton
for another serltf of races for the Am
erica's, cup rrkftVcd the New York
Yacht Club this morning.
At the office of Sir .Thomas Llpton
toilay tho report that his challenge bad
reached New York was denied. It ap
pears, howovcr, that It was rcccntlj
mailed or that It Is about to be sent
New York. -mi
Sir Thomas Llpton. later in the day.
Informed a repreen7atlve of the As
sociated Press that his challenge Is on
board the White Star steamer German
ic, due at New York Thurs'dny, and
that he prefers that all Information ax
to Its contents be given out by tho
New York Yacht Club. The letter
challenging contains a suggestion as to
the date of (be race, whlih, It Is under
stood, will bo tn August.
It Is reported that the challenge
yacht will bo built orf the Thames inJ
that she will be named Shamrock.
According to rumor, Robert Wrlnge,
one of the commnndcrs of the old
Shamrock, will command the new raj-er.
H. Waterhouse & Co.
II. Waterhouse & Co. nre negotiating
with the Jas. Campbell estate for the
premises now oceuplcd by the Honolu
lu Tobacco Co., at Fort and Merchant
streets. With reference to the con
templated removal of this llnancL'.
firm A. B. Wood, ono of Its members,
said this morning In the present office,
In Queen street:
"This is a good stand for certain
kinds of business, but Is a little too f-i-from
th'o financial center for our busi
ness. "It Is our Intention to go more than
ever Into the trust branch of our busi
ness. Wo also desire to extend our
commission business. Of course wo
shall retain our plantation agencies."
London Volunteers Hull for Home.
Cane Town. Oct. 7. The City o! Lou
don Volunteers sailed for Uuglnnd to
day, their departure being attended by
a scene of tremendous enthusiasm.
Another Plague Case In Brisbane.
Brlsbano, Oct, 8. A fresh case of tlie
bubonic plague Is officially reported
TUB WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sizes, all shapes. I!
Tho latest styles In shirts and ties
nio to be found at Iwakaml's, Hotel
street, Tel. 3301 White.
B. F. DILLINGHAM
TO TAKE IT OVER
Alexander & Baldwin, Ltd., Are Go
ing to Resign the AgencyMay
Be Effected at Friday's
Dine with the llovcmeyera.
Paris. Oct. C English and Paris
people, nwarp of the petty jealousies
and secret hatreds which divide thu
American sugar barons, are dlBcUbsIng
with surprise the fact that C. A.
Sprockets and wife of San Francisco
haj dined twice with Mr. and JTn.
Havcmeyer of New York at the Ritz
Hotel. It Is presumed that some big
financial combination Is being arrang
Japancse Colony lor Argentine.
London, Oct. B. The Government of
Argentina, according to tho Buenos
Ayrcs correspondent of the Times, has
decided to grant a concession of 200
square leagues of territory In the prov
ince of Formosa to Scnor Vnllo for the
purpose of foundling an agricultural
colony. The contract, the correspon
dent says, provides far the settlement
of 20,000 Japaneso there.
Season of Past Voyages.
S. F., Oct. lo. The limited season of
quick and fair weather voyages from the
Hawaiian istincs Is here. It comes usual
ly with the Indian summer weather on
the mainland, and for a few week Rood
passages mav be expected of the salllnz
vessels coming from the Islands. The first
to make a qutcK passage is the bam
Albert, which arr ved vesterdav. onlv fif
teen cays from Honolulu,
J Sets of 250 HP Stirling
Watertube Boiler .
3- Sets of. GREENS Fuel
Economizers for same.
1 Set of GREEN'S Fuel
Economiser, 400 tubes.
Lot of FOWLER STEAM
PLOW spires and extras.
1 Set of FOWLER STEAM
PLOWS (16 HP) compete.
1 BURLEY DRILL Outfit
complete with Air Compressor
ana -iunr Doner.
Lot of 4" Piping IJ.OOOfeei
24" Water Pipe ;000 feet.
Material for J 6" Water Pipe
Fire Lot of California Aules
All the above can be had at
C. BREWER & CO., LTD.,
Tho agency of tho Olaa Plantation
Co. Is going to chango hands. It Is ut
present held by Alcxnnder & Baldwlu,
Ltd. In all probability it will be trans
ferred to B. F. Dillingham.
Inquiry on the street regarding tho
rumor tq the foregoing effect nt Mr.
Dillingham's office elicited tho state
ment thnt no official statement could
as yet bo made from that office. Wul
ter F. Dillingham, his father's attorney
In fact, was absent at Walalua this
It was further stated, In nnswer to a
nucBtlon .that tho agency matter. In
stead of bclnc tho principal business at
tho special meeting called for trlday,
could not under tho bylaws of tho 01 ta
company be considered nt that meet
ing. The notice of u special meeting
must state Its objects, and In this case
the notice says tho meeting Is to con
sider amendments to the bylaws und
to take action concerning tho bonding
of tho plantation.
Reference to tho published notice,
however, shows tho additional clause,
"and also to consider such other bual
ness as may be brought before tho
meeting." Whether tho agency comes
within the legitimate range, of "such
other business" remains to be seen.
J. P. Cooke of Alexander & Bald
win promptly answcied u question us
to tho truth of the rumor by nnylns:
"Yes, wo intend to give up the agen
cy of Olaa In tho near future."
Mr, Dillingham has been reported
without contradiction to have secured
on tho Coast purchasers of tho Olia
New 8outh Wales Protests.
Sydney. N. S.W.. Oct. C Tho Gov
ernment Is preparing to protest strong
ly against New Zealand annexation
of the Cook Islands on the ground that
tho large trade of New South Wales
with the islands would probably be di
verted If New Zealand were to arrange
n tariff Intended to accomplish that
L. B. Kerr & Co. havo just received
tho very latest Ideas In felt hats, just
tho thing for this climate. Trlmt-rd
with plain or fancy bands.
Foot Wear !
We carrv onl the test line of
FOOT WEAR Manufactured
The very Latest Stylej,
at Prices to...
NEW FINANCIAL FIRM.
Wlllard E, Brown nnd Frank Hat
stead have formid n, partnership umW
the firm name of Halstend & Co, ThU
new firm will do a.general loan, trust
nnd brokerage buslnois nnd will doubt
less devolnpo Into ono of the banking
Institutions of the Territory. Tho now
company maris wnn an nmpio cnsii
capital Invested equally .by tho pait
neis. Both Mr. Brown and Mr. IInUtc.nl
aro well known to tho business com-
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