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GEO. D. GEAR
DAVIS & GEAR
tltorncyt and Coumcllort nl Law
Roomt 201, 11, M, Judd HiilMlng.
or. Pert and Mertlnnt Sl.. Honolulu
CHARLES F. PETERSON
"kttornoy at Law and
J. M. KANEAKUA,
Attorney and Counsellor at
OSes: In tho Occidental Hotel,
War Of King and Alakca Streets,
W. 0. Add. Enoch Johnson.
AOHI & JOHNSON,
Attorneys and Oounsolors
Office No. 10 West King Street
Swoons, Physicians and Dentists.
DR.J.K. RAYMOND HAS RESUM-
d practlsat the residence occupied by Dr.
W. J. Galbralth. Office hours, to to 12.
Office telephone, 104 ; residence telephone,
Blue ?94. ICOVIW
Drs. Cooper & McDonald.
Dr. Ceytr 8 to to 10 4 m., 1 to 4 and 1 to 8 p. m,
Dr. McDomlJ io m to t p m., ftolp tn,
Or Confer 8 jo to to a m.
Dr McDnnalJ 1 to ip,n,
iu TELEPHONE Hi tl
DR. J. T. WAYSON,
Has removed to his new office and resi
dence, Beretinta St., nearly opposite .Me
OFFICE HOURS SJ.,:
TEL. .Wain 146
DR. W. H. MAYS
opened an office foi the practice of
Medicine and Surgery, at 119 BeretanU
Street, net house ceyond Central Union
Church. HOURS: 10 to 12, 1 to 4 and
to 8; Sundays, 9 to 11. TELbPHQSb
v rD r. a. PPTPWcniM
Hu n-oper.ed his office at . . .
- 36 Emma Street
f 9-1 IA.M.)
I T 8 P.At. J
OR. E. C. WATERHOUSE
Office and Residence: Comer
Beretanla and Mll'tr streets.
tOmct Houas. I to n .
i la i p. m.
7 to i P. M.
SUNDAYS 0 10 to 11.10 A. H.
TSIEPHONE i,g. WHITE. ms
Dr. W, J.
Office and Residence: Beretanla and
Office Hours: 9 to 10 a. m.; 2 to 4
V. m.; 7 to S p. m.
IR. WALTER HOFFMANN.
BERETANIA STREET (opposlto the
Telephone 510. P. 0. Box, 601.
Office hours: 8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3
B.m.;7 to 8 p.m.; Sundays, 8 toll A.m.
DR. A. 1. SliNCLAlT
School Street, between Emma and Fort
Hours: 9 to 10 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m.;
T 7to 8 p. m.; Sundays, 9 to 10 a. m.
DR. ALBERT E. NICHOLS
3D e xx t i s,t.
Office for the present with Dr. Anderson,
Alakea St. near Hotel.
Office Hours 8:ioto4
A, C. WALL. D. D. S.,
O. E. WALL, D. D. S.,
Love Building, Fort Street
Hours: 2 to 4. Telephone 434.
And other Rings, Watches, Brace
lets, Pins, and an extensive variety
k "f . . &. BiARa,
m aannLfacturing Jeweller
' 404U FORT STREET.
Honolulu Concrete Company,
Ufhce with H. F. Bertleman, Contractor,
King St. opposite Wall, Nichols & Co.
DO ALL kinds of Stone and Concrete
Work at CALIFORNIA PRICES.
' WE make a specialty of constructing
..Cement Sldej Walks at very reasonable
j rates. i6fa-2in.
Young St., bet. Alapai & Kaplolanl Sts.
,vlv -furn'shed rooms with board.
table.boarC. Telephone ju' Blue
Chinese and Japanese Firm?.
Y. MAS U DA,
Done in Crayon or Oil
Pictures Framed In anv stylt
Framed Pictures for salt,
New Mouldings for Frames hast
King and Alapai streets,
Near Honolulu Stock Yards.
460 trJLLI'IIONU Eft)
P.O. 1101 utl, III. to
Latest Styles, - Perfect Fit.
Cleaning, Djelng and Repairing, a
Clothes Dyed Fast Black or any color
05 Hotel St., Near Fort
T. KAT6UNUMA & Co.
A. t. OZAWA, Meoeter,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
Tiaponry Oflce: Room npetatre Sprtck.ll .lilt
lor T.I. 5,1
LADIES SKIRTS CLEANO
ClnlhlncClf.nl J, IhfJinJ Rtr-alrti
SUITS. MADE TO ORDCR--Flt
guaranteed. -Lotl Prltt.
Fort Strwt. near Kukul, anJ near Orphcum Tt)ttr.
T Price Clean ng cnt iult. $1. Deln(j mlt $j y.
A Flfli ASSORTMCNT Of AMlltlCAN, EHQtlSH AND
Scotch cloth on Hand
No. t9 Nuuanu itritt, Honolulu, H II.
Good work anJ flritclan flt guaranttH .
Clothft CUintd and Rfottrti
Jobbing : Promptly : Attended : To.
WM. T. PATY,
Qontractor and Builder.
Sloi. end Offici Fltttrf .
Plm ani titimit.t Furnih.d.
Hotel Street, near Barracks
H. L. KERR & CO.,
Architects and Builders
:: PROGRESS BLOCK
Oo W. Pa
P. W. B.tldllM
P. O. B01 ni
BBARD8LEE tt PAGE
Architects & Builder
Office: Rooms 2-4. Arlington Annex,
Monoiuiu, ti. 1.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
it Short Notice. 1441
OF ALL KINDS,
Dealers in Lumber and Goal
Queon stroet. Honolulu
if. F. BBpTELMAN'S
To tsar of old stand. Entrance on King
trsit Orc!tr left at either shop, or office,
t John Nott'f !ore, Kin? street, will re
iw nromc' ttnlnn. liiftf
Will engage laborers in
the Hawaiian Islands and will furn
ish them to plantations, individuals,
firms, or corporations ; will under
take contract work and furnish ex
perienced and reliable contractors.
Telephone, 230 Main.
P. O. Box, 877.
ROOM 15. Merchant street, Honolulu
i msb. 1 m
(ERFECT TIJl.UI'MUNI! 2000
HINTING i Prepared to till or.
RODUCED T ders until 4 p. m.
ROMPILY Saturdays. . .
flu MESCSKTILE PRINTING
Cirner ol Fort Street.
HAWAII SHIMPO SHA
The Pioneer Japanese Printing office,
The Publisher of "HAWAII ?HIMPO,"
th. only JallyJ.pan.M ppf publllh.J
In lilt Territory ol H.w.ll .....
Y. SOGA, Editor.
C. SHI02aWA, Proprietor
I6T Editorial and Printing Office, near
King bridge, King street. P O. Box 907.
In lh worlJ will Jo what
h.K Jnn In Ihnuianid ..f r.u;l
II cum nuiTUfe SnJ lor
' IIOQKUT NO I. AJJrm
do Atarkat Street, San fRANCISCO
ML I. i
Long Delayed Action Is
Taken by Board
ATTORNEY GENERAL DOLE
PLEADS LENIENCY VAINLY
Dr. J. H Raymond Elected as Presi
dent of the Board Measure
for Maintenance of
Tho Board of Health had present all
the members exceptlnR Mr,. Ivmrey,
nnseni rrom town, jz.:rri-slilent 13. C
Winston, Attorney General K. V. I)ol,
Dr. Kmerson, Dr. Cooper, Geo. W,
Smith niul Dr. Hninund.
New The following rcsolu-
Moluknl tlon was ntloptcd: "I.e
Rule pers In charge of and
supported by the Hoard of Health of
the Territorial Government, In the lep
cr settlement nt Moloknl, shall not bn
nitoued the use of firearms, or of spirit
uous liquors except as the same may b
required for medical purposes."
W. U. Hovtclls complained last week
of unsanitary conditions of lots und-r
the control of Chinese tn the neighbor
hood of Vineyard street. A report of
the city sanitary officer upon the com
plaint was rend by Dr. Pratt, the cx-
ctithe ofllccr. On motion of Mr. Smith
the documents were referred to t tio
Superintendent of Public Works with n
request to line the conditions reme
Dr. Partridge applied for the poii
tlon of district phslclnn of Puna, bu;
as It was not vncant tho nppllcanl'a
name nns put on the waiting list.
Dr. Samlow of Wnlmcn was grant's!
lenve of nbsence to go nwny and bo
married," l)r. Gooilhue acting as his
substitute while he Is absent.
The Frank L. Hoogs, man-
6tnr' ager of the Hnwallati
ChnrCcH $Ur Association, sent 11
reply to the Hoard's request for speci
fications of Its charges against th'i
management of the leper settlement.
The matter was referred to the Attorney
C. II. Ilrown, plumber, was -on hand
to speak for himself relative to n com
plaint that a Job he had done was not
In conformity with the plans tiled.
Vitrified plpo had been used Instead of
Iron under a house. Ills foreman had
misunderstood the plans. How- long
would Iron plpo last In the ground
here? was asked by Mr. Ilrown. The
life of Itrlfled pipe was 25 or 30 years,
Mr. Smith said that mlht be so, jet
tne ruie was ror iron pipe.
Dr. Raymond thought thero was
only ono way open, the rules of tin)
Board must be maintained.
It w-as voted to require the work to
be done according to regulations.
Chns. E. Moore, plumbing Inspector,
recommended an amendment to the
rulo for house drains.
Advice Mr- Uath, plumber, ad-
of an dressed the Board on
Expert the subject, giving infor
mation of the prnctlco In San Francis
co.' The gist of his argument was that
extra heavy plpo was not necessary
above the first story of a building.
His remarks were thought very apt,
and the new rule wns'rcferred to a
committee composed of Executive 0111
cer Pratt, Plumbing Inspector M0010
nnd Sanitary Engineer Edwards.
Tho executive officer mnde a report
on Chinatown grading, which was
adopted and ordered put In the form of
Dr. Pratt also recommended tho sale
of perishable goods nt Kallhl detention
camp, which was ordered.
Districts, of which there are several
having no registrar of births, deaths
and marriages, were mentioned by the
exec-nth 0 officer.
Dr. Emerson thought they had n.
ready laid this duty upon government
phjslclans. Dr. Cooper suggested that
the Attorney General could help them
out by requesting the deputy sheriffs
to do the work until the Lcglslutmc
should otherwise provide. This was
Dr.Noblltt'" Dr. W. S. Noblitfs ap-
Crine plication ror reinstate
DlncuHHcd ment ns a licensed phv
slclan came up.
Mr. Dole, answering n question by
Dr. Ilnymond, told of tho conviction of
Dr. Noblltt In tho District Court, for
practicing without a license, nnd liH
appealing to tho Supremo Court on
points of law.
Dr. Emerson related the original
cnuso of revocation of the applicant'
license, ns being his association with
a layman In treating patients. If Dr.
Nobiltt persisted In Justifying his con
duct In that matter, tho speaker saw
no reason for receding from tho for
Attorney JIr. Dole spoke of Dr.
General Noblitfs . having ro
Lenient peatedly, once nt least In
his own hearing, referred to the Uoaid
In general and Dr. Cooper In particular
In ungentlemanly terms. While ho
considered tho applicant wanting In
gentlemanly manners, still medicine
was his life profession. The speaker
thought that to deprive him of h'.s
means of livelihood permanently would
bo nn extreme course. There were law
yers who were gentlemen and others
who were not, and It was to bo pre
sumed that tho samo rule applied to
the medical profession, Ho had told
Mr. Hitting, nttorney for tho applicant,
that If Dr. Noblltt would apologlzo tn
tho Board and Dr. Cooper, ho would
do what he could tn secure his rein
statement. Tho spirit of the doctor's
lutest application was different from
that of his flrst one.
Mutter Dr. Cooper would
of Pure waive, all personalities
utlilcH .so-far as.'he'was con
reined When Dr. Nulillll's lleeime
nns trwikrnl Mir speaker was not n
inrmlwr uf the llnaid, After ticwmlns
a niimlx-r. when Hilt matter ramp u
lins'sl'd his opinion without regard l)i
i. Noblltt s pernuiAlIt' lie wns tli. ,
same ns John Ihio or Ul-'iaid K01' to
lilw Wlmt lie ssld then h had 11 j i
imiim to depart from now. uhMi was
In effect that the ilmtoi'i prood re-1
Intltuis with nil acknowledged iift. I
practitioner placed him beyond all fn-
Mirablc consideration by the I Ion id
of Health. Dr. Cooper read from the
testimony nt the trial of the quack re
ferred to, two or three sears ngo. wlili li
resulted In (.omlctlon nnd n fine of flO).
It was hard, he continued, to Inter
fere with n man's Ihrllhood, but for
a member of nn honorable profession
to participate In n bunco game It
could be called nothing else was
cause enough to deprive lilm of any
sympathy of the Hoard.
Mr. Dole, although agreeing with
Dr. Cooper's 'estimate of the man's
conduct, yet felt that the Board was
not there to pAss upon Dr. Noblltt as
a gentleman. Ho hnd n wife, nnd tli3
speaker thought a child, and was re
putedly n competent physician.
Rigid Dr. Kaymnnd. ns on-j
tluntlce who had part In teach
Required Ing medicine In one of
the most reputable colleges In Amer
ica, strongly emphasised tho sacrcdn-t.s
of the profession nnd the necessity of
holding It above nil suspicion or un
righteousness. The duty was so plain
that they should not allow sympathy
for n weak man to override the claims
of the public upon tho profession. He
had no personal feeling against Dr.
Noblltt. If It were a case of ordinary
misfortune there was not n physician
In Honolulu who would not throw-
practice In Dr. Noblltt's way, but none
of them could do anything in condom
tlon of n practitioner who chose to be
spatter himself with mud. The speaker
opposed any action until flic determin
ation of the applicant's case now ba-
foro the courts. Mr. Dole having Stan
ed to renew his former expression, In
effect that the caso was one for forgive
ness now. Dr. Ilnymond Insisted that
It was not a matter of that kind. Their
position y.au compared to that of
judges in passing sentence on crimi
nals, nnd however disagreeable they
were bound to stnnd up to their duty.
Ho told of n caso where a tlylng.mnn
In Honolulu had attributed his fatal
disorder to the uso of patent medi
Mr. Dole wanted to have It nude
clear whether Dr. Noblltt was to lc
Judged for malpractice of ungentle
Mr. Smith said that if he voted
against Dr. Noblltt It would be solely
on the ground that he had displayed
contempt for both the Hoard nnd tlu
Inws of the Territory of Haw-all.
Tho president felt as the last speak
Mr. Dole put It that either the lleenha
should be granted or Dr. Noblltt be
An It was moved by Dr.
Adverse Ilnymond, seconded ly
Judgment Dr. Cooper and carried
that tho license bo denied nnd the At
torney General Instructed to vlgorotiv
ly prosecute Dr. Noblltt In the pending
caso against him. Mr. Dole did not
vote, and Dr. Emerson had with
drawn from the meeting.
The transportation arrangement with
Wlldcr's Steamship Co. was voted to bt
continued. It was agreed that It would
be Improper to make a new contract
without advertising for bids. The com
pany Informed the Board, besides, that
If Superintendent Reynolds gnve 11
similar notice to what business men do
the Board would be better served.
On the report of n special commit
tee T. II. Davlcs & Co. were awardcj
tho contract for 20,000 tins of cnnm-1
To s,r- Dolo brought up
Maintain matter of malntcnan-e
Sewers of sewers. Tho Public
Works department had not funds. It
could only bo done through the Board
of Health. He moved that the Super
intendent of Public Works be authorli
ed to employ a sufficient number of
men for looking nftcr the sowers.
President Winston suggested that n
tax on buildings connected with tho
sewers would be n good way to pro
vide for expenses,
Mr. Dole said this had all been thor
oughly discussed In the Governor's
council, and tho trouble was the a
sence of authority to the Superlntcti
dent of Public Works. Ono man would
be needed nt $125 a month, with two -jr
three assistants at, perhaps, a dolhr
each a day.
The motion carried.
Mr. Winston announced his resign i
(Ion of the presidency of the Board.
Now Dr. Cooper, seconded
President by Mr. Smith nominated
Raymond Dr. Raymond as presi
dent, who was unanimously elected and
accepted the position, giving tho
Board to understand that private uuai
ness would compel his nbsence flvo
weeks from January 15. On taking tho
chair Dr, Raymond thanked tho Iloaid
for tho honor and promised to servo
tho public to tho utmost of his cnpi
Camps 1 and 2, Punchbowl nnd Vine
yard street, were ordered to bo close 1,
and tho Hoard adjotuned at 5:35.
POR NICARAGUA ROUTE
Now York, Dec. 4. A special lo tho
Trlbuno from Washington says: Com
pleto unanimity In favor of tho Nlcatli
gun routo and convincing proof of the
urgency of the waterway with n wealth
of accurate data never before attain
able to enablo tho Government to enter
upon tho actual construction with cer
tainty as to the result, nro tho gratl
fylng conclusions of tho Isthmian C.i
nal Commission. The canal proposed
is to be much larger, than any hitherto
considered, In order that tho largest
battleship or merchantman may safe
ly pass, and Its estimated cost is $200,
540,000, requiring ten years In constru:
Iioseliery Will Lead.
London, Dec. 5, Tho Standard Bas
It learns that Lord nosebery would
resume tho leadership of tho Llbeinl
pnrty, but that Sir William Vernon
Hnrcoiirt nnd John Morlpy decline to
pledge themselves to support his poll
BILLS MAY FAIL
Danger That the Subsidy
Fight Will Prevent
AN EXTRA SESSION v
Nicaragua Party's Plan of Campaign
Panama Lobby Strong Army
Bill May Provoke Long
Washington, Dec. 1. The outlook for
several Important measures In which
the Pacific Coast has peculiar Interest
it pretty gloomy. On tho eve of tho
opining of Congress matters have tak
en a turn which Is conceded to be In
jurious to tho Nicaragua canal project,
and may effectually prevent legislation
on tho Pacific cable. This change was
hardly foreseen and Is even now In
complete, but today's developments
were sufficient to Indicate that unless
tho opponents of the shipping sub
sidy bill quit their light, and early In
the session. It will thrust aside all oth
ci legislation, not Imperative.
Senator Frye, father of the subsidy
bill; Senator Hanna, its ardent sup
porter; Representatives Grosvcnor and
Payne and about tvventy-flvo others,
many of them men llko Clement A.
Griscnm of tho American line, met at
tho Arlington Hotel today nnd practi
cally decided on a plan of campaign In
favor of the bill. Senator Frye will
bring It up nt once as unfinished busi
ness, and Its friends will fight It along.
If possible, over any other matter In
tho way even at the temporary ex
penso of the Army reorganization bill
thus the opponents of the subsidy
bill will be placed on tho defensive nnd
must give In or sacrifice valuable time
Hardly anjbody discusses the Pacific
cnblc, and those who do admit Its
chances of consideration arc smnll, .is
In tho sixty odd working days of tu
session vastly moro Influential factors
will be at work.
Senator Allison thinks the Nicaragua
canal bill w 111 not pass this session be-
eauso of lack of time. "It's a matter
that can wait," ho said, "and there
fore It probably will."
Despite the efforts of Secretnry Hay
resulting In a conditional agreement
with Nicaragua today In time for Im
mediate ratification, the complication
caused by divided opinion on the Hay-
Pauncefote treaty and tho powerful
Panama lobby, will ten to defer canal
legislation. Tho Panama peoplo are
hero In force, determined to get n hear
ing on the ground that their waterway
Is more than half completed.
Though rumors fly thick It Is gene
rally believed that no serious opposi
tion to the Army reorganization bill
will be developed. At tho samo time
the moro consideration of tho matter
Involves tho whole policy of the Ad
ministration In tho Philippines and
thus opens tho way for unlimited dis
cussion. With the Army reorganization, Con
gressional reapportionment, river and
harbor and other appropriation bllU
nnd other mattes that must positively
be disposed of, the sentiment Is gradu
ally tending toward the necessity of nn
extra session. Senator Trye today said
nn extra session appeared to be In
Worcester, Capo Colony, Wed-
tho Afrikander Congress to-morrow Is
oxpeetc to bo fully 4,000. Tho hotels
nro already filled to their capacity.
Tho Afrikanders rldlculo tho Idea of
trouble. They say they can surely air
their grlovnncos without resorting to
violence They nro greatly Incensed
at tna posting of guns In positions
commanding tho meeting placo. Tho
slopes surrounding the town aro
crowded with artillery and troops
with cannon havo been posted on Gal
lows Hill and Surprise Hill.
Tho governmont Is distributing
brondennt n leaflet showing up tho
fnlslty of many of tho nntl-Brltlsh
stories and pointing out tho hopeless
ness or tuo lloor resistance ns tho
British hold 14.000 prisoners and nil
tho principal towns In tho two repub
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money It It
falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents.
The World Register
Koeps the Cash while yon are busy,
Try one o
On Marble and Granite
WORK. . .
Fences and Lawn
Haw'Q Iron.Fence and Monnmental Co
611 King Btroet.
RMl BltlU U4 IMWIIM.
LIFE and FIRE
New England Mutual Lifi In
surance Co. of Boston.
Atim Fire insurance compart
HMMV ST. OOA.
Momtwrt Steele ml Bn ExehMf.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular atlaatln (Ira I aortaaM all Ml l
Hawallaa Sgrar Stock.
Uaaa Natetlatas. Iaaan ail ranlia SHtha
408 California St.,
San Franc lac o. Cal.
Stock and Bond Broker
Mamfear el Hawallaa Stock Eickaafo.
Mclnemy Block, Fort Btreet.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stock and Bond Brokci,
Maatot al Ike Hoaolili Slock Eictass.
Offloe Queen street, opposite. Union
Talaykosa aaS P O. B01 at,
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Superintending
Electrical $ Hydraulic
Kloctro-ilydraullc Power Transmlsslos
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED, . . .
With Catton-Nell Co., Queen stroot.
Office next to Poi.cffloo. 12xi
08 Judd Block. Tela. 611.
Honolulu. Iron Works Gc
Improved and modern SUGAR HA
CHINERT ot every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES (or IrrtgaUoi
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repaln
executed at shortest notice.
Beer and lint Dealers.
IaCrOBTBBB, AMD WHOLIIIII
Mi ana Lipr Dealers.
AfMta lor tfca Bottla Rtrslar Boar ol Mania
No. 10 NtroANU Stout
Foatar Block. HoKoLuiiCHAWAiuri liuaos.
P. O. B01 1 )T. Mutual Talaphosa lot.
GrONSALVES & CO., Ltd
WHOLESALE GROCERS AM
25 Queen Btreet, Honolulu, H
Consoliilate Soda Water Co., L'd
.'ornir Allw Fort Sti., Honolulu
(Late JIM DODDS.)
Hotel Street, near Fort.
Has just received a large consign
in First-class' Order.
No Beer to Burn,
But Beer to Beat the Band.
LARGE INVOICE OF
IN DRAUGHT AND BOTTLE
It lias'nt come to stay ; it's going
fast, but there's more com
ing every month.
L. H. DEE, Prop.
Art Embroidery Taught.
Lessons In ART EMBROIDERY will
be given by Mrs. H. II. Williams at the
City Furniture Store, Fort street
First Class stamping dons.
MRS. H. II. WILT JAMS,
Judd Building, Fort street
Incorporated under the Laws of tot
Territory ot lUwsll.
Paid Capital $6004)00
Undivided Profits...... 108,000
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
Charles M. Cooks President
P. C. Jones Vke President
C. H. Cook .. CuhUr
F. C. Athcrtoa .... Assistant Cashier
Henry Waterhousc. Tom Mar. F. W.
Macfarlane, E. D. Tenner. J. A. w.
Candless. .4 rM
Solicits ths AccaunU of Firm. nnr.
poratlons, Trusts. Individuals. nH .111
promptly and carefully attend to all
Dusinees connected with banking en
trusted to It. Bell and Pureh tw
elgn Exchange, Issue Letters of Credit,
Ordinary and Term Deposits received
nnd Interest allowed In accordance
with rules and conditions printed In
passbooks, copies of which mar be hil
HONOLULl H ,
Son PrancUco AgmltVm Nevada
National BAmk or Sa Fbanouoo,
Bah Francisco The Nevada National
Bank of San Francisco.
London The Union Bank of London
Nrw York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyjmnals.
Berlin Dresdner Bank.
Honkono a-vd Yokohama Honk. ng
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Bank
of New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank 0
British North Amnrlnt.
Transact 1 Qeieral Man aid Eic June Buiiiii
uepoutt Received. Loss mtde on Ap-
B roved Security. Commercial sail Traveltri
rediu limed. Bills of Xzchscge boturfcl
tad sold. "
CoujoTiom raoMPTLT AocoDjmD Fob.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Travelers
Letters of Credit issued, avail
able in all the principal cities
of the world.
Interest" allowed after 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
months 8 per cent., 6 months
8J per cent., 12 months 4
Pioneer Building and
ASSETS, DEC. II, 18l, llU.injaV
Mone loaned on approved securltg,
A Savings Bank tor monthly daposlta
Houses built on the monthly in.t.is.
Twentieth Bert . ot Stock Is nn
OFFICERS T. F. Lansing, Pratt.
dent; S. B. Rose, Vice President; O.
Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Secretary.
DIRECTORS T. F. Lansing, B. .
Rose, A. V. Gear, A. W. Keech, Heart
Smith, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, a. U,
Gray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. GKAJI.
Chamber ot Commerce rooms.
Offlce Hours: 12:101:80 p. -
BESHQF ft GO.
Savings Deposits will ba
received and Interest allowed by this
Bank at four and one-halt per cent;
Printed copies of the Rules and Reg,
ulatlons may be obtained on application,
Offloe at bank building on Merchant
BISHOP A 00.
TijB iOu&ma gpeoiB Bank;
Subscribe! Capital Yen ,000,000
I'aM Up Capita) Van 18,000,000
ReitrvaJ FunJ, ,...Y,n i,i)o,ooo
Haad Office, Yokohama,
The Bank buya and receives tor col
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters ot Credit, and transacts
a general hanking buelness.
On Flied Depoelt lor sa Boatka, 4 tar .Ml s. s.
On Fliei Dapoall lor 6 aontki, x
On Flaa4 Dapoall lor 1 aoa, ,
Dranch ol th. Yokohama Specie Bank,
Hew HepnDUc Buimim, m un si. noioim
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Subscribers are furnished with from
five to six lists per week, giving an ac
curate record of deeds, mortgages,
leases, releases, powers of attorney,
etc., etc., which are placed on record.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 12.00 PEH
A. V. GBAR,
I..?. W Building, Honolulu
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