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1 . 4 .& ' ll V A ' nviPvtvo m'TPTtV. ITON'OUTMj. IT. T. BATVKDAX. MARCH i. 19!1 ' Wif '?
C F. PtttMOS J. A. MATTHIWMAN
Peterson & Matthewman,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW
f.O Box ii is KAAHUMANU ST
Jlltf-HOIE, MAIH 1(4
6E0. A. DAVIS
GEO. D. GEAR
DAVIS & GEAR
tttorneys and Counsellors at Law
Rooms 202, 20), jo2, JuJd Building.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.. Honolulu
J. M. KANEAKUA,
Attorney and Counsellor tit
Offloe: In the Occidental Hotel,
Sterner of King and Alakea Streets,
Coloeso and Japaness Firms.
r O. Box 901 TEL unite 011
Latest Styles, - Perfect Fit.
Cleaning, Dyelnc and Repairing, a
Clothes Dyed Fast Black or any color
65 Hotel St., Neap Fort
T. KATSUNUMA & Co.
A t. 02AWA. M.aiiir.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
f Mafonrr Oflct Room y tttttalra Spracbtli toatlA
II T.l, 544
IADIES SKIRTS CLEAND
Clothlne ClniJ, Dyei and Rtrilrti
SUITS MADE toordek
4TFit tutrtntftl ITLowtit Prkt.
Foil Strttt, nttr Kukul, ini Orphcum Thiter.
JfcaTPrk!, ClcntB one tult Ji; Djttnft lull f j.
architects, Contractors and Bnllders.
f WTRACTOR AND
Jobbing : Promptly : Attended : To
Co. w pit T.l. tn
. W. B.ardilta P. O. Box til
BBARD8l.EE IV PAGE
Architects & Builders
Office: Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
t Short Notice. . 1441
Of ALL KINDS,
Dealers in Lumber and Goal
Queen itreot. Honolnln
H. F. BERTBLMAN'8
7o rtar of old stand. Entrance on King
ttt. O.'dtr left at either shop, or office,
at John Nott'f 3rt, King street, will rt
'vi cromc ttn'lop. uu-tf
75 and 79 King Street
TELEPHONE MO, 31.
HOW It the Urns to get leak a.
breakage seen to, and your
Roofs Put in OroY
By competent wortniV
SHEET METAL WORKS
H. W. BARTH.
Galvanized Iron Skv lights and Ventilator
Conductor Pips and Gutter Work.
Mlcaard Street, bet. Queen ana McrJiant. Honolulu.
Jotfe'ocproDEtljr attcoa.a to.
Tel. White 41. P. O. Box 270.
Notice to Property Owners.
I have In my employ FOUR FIRST
CLASS PLUMBERS from the Coast. I am
now ready to figur; on your work at the
lowest prices. My men are Union Men.
Give me a trial.
C. II. BROWN,
Territory Stable. King St.
FOR BALLAST !!
f White and Black Sand
In Quantities to Suit....
EXCAYAT1HG - CONTRACTED
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
t&r Dump Carts furnished by the da
on Hour's Notice.
II. R HITCHCOCK.
Merchant St., In SI. D. Monsarrats otnee.
B. K. KAA1,
Teacher of '..itar, Mandolin, Zttu
Ukulalo and Taro Patch.
Orders to be left care of Wall, Nichoi
r wtrom MosloOo.'f lxti
iuKeoos, Pbjslctans And Dentists.
H. W. Howard, lfl. D.
1123 ALAKEA STREET.
i r o to 12 a. m.:
OFFICE HOURS: I ?to4P. m. and
to 8 p. m.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
OFFICES i TELEPHONES
Room 108-.09, OFtiCE, Mais, ill.
Boston Builuiso, Remdckci,
Fort Statin. Whits, .Mi.
HOURS it A. M. to i. p.m;
. 1TOJP. M, TOP M.
P O. Pox 8oi, Sundays ii-i p. m,
DR. W. H. MAYS
381 Beretnnla Street.
SUNDAY -o ton
DR. J. T. WAYSON,
Has removed to his new office and rest
Jence, Beretanla St., nearly opposite Me
OFFICE HOURS jl ! j ' 5
1 0:30 p.m. to 7:30p.m.
1633 TEL. Main 346
DR. C. A. PETERSON
'as rt-OMi ed his office at . . .
26 Emma Street
9-1 1 A.M.I
2- 4 p.At. y
V 8 P.M. J
flR WALTER HOFFMANN.'
3EUETANIA STIIEET (opposite the
Telephone S10. P. 0. Box, SOI.
Office hours: 8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3
m.;7 to 8 p. m.; Sundays, S to 11 a. m
Dp. F. J. Rayner,
Crown and Bridge
HOURS g TO 4.
204 Boston Block.
DR. J. M, WHITNEY
has removed his office from.the corner
of Hotel and Foit Streets to the
BOSTON BLOCK, FORT STREET.
ABOVE MAY & CO., ROOM 405.
HOURS 8:30 to 5. TEL. MAIN 277
DR. ALBERT E. N1CH0L8
1123 Alakei Street, next to Masonic
Office Hours 9 to 4
K, C. WALL, D. D. S.,
O. E. WALL. D. D. S.,
Love Building, Fort Street
Hours: 9 to 4. Telephone. 434.
Dr. W G. Rogers
EVE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
New Special Treatment for Deafness
No charge for consultations.
OFFICE-184 Hotel St., opp. Y.M.C.A.
HOURS Q to 12-2 to 4:io-7 to 8.
A Glad Surprise to Weary Eyes
Is a pair of accurately fitted
GLASSES. The measurement
of the eye for glasses Is our
FACTORY ON THE PREMISES.
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Bid. Fort Street
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Superintending
(ttoctro-dydranllc Power Tram-mission
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. . . .
With Catton-Nell Co., Queen street.
Office next to Pixfflco. 12SI
A. Harrison Mill Co.
ESTI HATES FURNISHED ON ALL KINDS OP
Brick and Stone Work
Manufacturers of Doors, Sashes and
Frames, Blinds. Mouldings. Brackets, and
All Kinds of Wood Work. Finish Turning
KAWAIAHAO STm KLWALO,
I el. Willie 1221. f. u. box 552.
JJ MES T. TAYLOR,
S06 Judd Block. Tele. 63S.
Honolulu Iron Works Cc
Improved and modern BUQAH MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Holler worl
and RIVETED PIPES for lrrlgatlot
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tlon paid to JOB WORK, and repair,
executed at shortest notlc
M. PHILLIES it (A
7holessle Importers ond Jobbui
cropexn and Amsricin D7 cO"
Ifn t nd (Jusen Btmt.it.
1 HAOKFELD & CO., Li"
cr.Vort and Quean Ulresls Bounlv
, The -Introduction of the Gllflllan
liquor license resolution Tuesday foro-
noon gave rise to some of the most
spirited discussion of the session. Many
members put themsehes on record on
the temperance question which will
likely occupy nn Important placo Intel
In the session. Some of the
pointed remarks were as follows:
MAKEUAU In looking oer
different applications for liquor II
censes a great deal of favoritism has
been shown by those grunting the II-
cenees. It looks to mc that the policy
that Is being pursued is depriving the
Territory of needed revenues. I there
fore move the rejection of this rcsolu
tlon till the question of liquor license
EMMEI.UTH I consider that tho
government has been granting license
on conditions unheard of nnd to part leu
upon a mere request. If the statements
n. (nL.bn,i nr. rftrr.M whlrh 1 liallein
them to be, It only urges upon us the
necessity of adopting this resolution,
We have got to direct the moral situa
tion of these Islands and I have made
up my mind nfter careful observation
that 1 will work to lessen the evil of
the saloon business of this city. I am
simply stating my views on the liquor
question nnd I heartily endorse th
MONSARRATT Makeknu wants to
stop the discrimination practiced In Is
suing licensed whereby a man who If
"In touch with the gang" could pro-
its p t m Pa M K na "a fa Ka Pi s
TRIALS OP TUB AUDITOR.
Auditor General Austin In his report
to thc Governor says:
The jearfnnaer review has been a
peculiarly rjilng one for this depart -
ment.. Comhienclng in the midst of the
most disastrous epidemic financially
which has ever visited these Islands,
and covering the period of transition
In the form of local government from
the "Republic" to thc Territory of Ha-
II, many new questions were raised
which had to be decided. In accordance
with thc law nnd proccdence when any
cose existed applicable to thc case, or
by the exercise of the limited discre
tionary powers reposed In the Auditor,
when no direct provision could he
In all decisions and rulings necessi
tated by theso unusual conditions, I
have endeavored to correctly construe
the law. and nt the same time to faclll-
tate public business.
A PRACTICAL JOKE ON
A WAIKIhl BATHER
A practical Joke, the victim of
which had too much good Benso to get
mad over It, was perpertratM out at
the beach on Sunday. As Is uaual with
all practical Jokes, It was lota of fun
In" on It but not forllng, and also a llttl annoyed at the
A party of joung people went out
for dinner nt the beach There were
Beveral In the party am, some of the the Chinese servant who was sent to trlbution of plants, palms, shade and that ship. Although his name did not
voting mi decided to go in swimming, look for the missing guest Tho mes J wind break trees Is made to the gencrnl appear ln thc list of thoso saved or lost
Thc bathers left their valuables vvllh' sage was "Mr. John no can come in. public, and for the beautifying of the. lost, tho letter received by his brother
the ladles of the party who did rfot care Some man steal him pants." government school grounds. That this . In-law about the time of tho disaster
to bathe. While one of the young men I The host furnished John wlthit pa'r ' distribution is a boon to the com- convinced his friends that Luttcd must
urna rilannrtlnir In Ihn u.itpr. n. r-nmJnf tmimpra nml hi. nnnn mnrtp hl nn. ' miinlty U Shown by the number ills- , httVO been on the boat.
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panlon procured a large piece of wrap- pearance In thev, borrowed garments; trlbutctl. liy lirst obtaining an oraer
ping paper and, going to bis friend's and was profuse in his apologies fot from th6 office, the bearer Is", entitled to
bathroom, appropriated his trouwrs . keeping the others waiting. one, two. three or four more dozen of
and wrapped them up tidily in the pa- The evening passed and John In his selected plants on condition that they
per. Then taking a p"cll. he wrote borrowed trousers had a far away look nre planted and well taken care of. A
on the package, 'Tannic, keep this un-, In his eyes. He was both pained and '"Be number of new building lots have
til I come and get It from you. John." . grieved at his loss. "een opened out during the ear. ln
The package was glvou to a Chinese When It was time to go home, th and around Honolulu, nud the govern
scrvant who. In turn, givo it to the young lady who had received the pack- n'ent, through Its nursery, has been
young lady. All unsuspicious of the age, remembered It and asked John nl)le to assist people In beautifying
Joke or the contents of the package,' it he wanted It. He didn't seem to em w"li trSC8 and plants which are
the young lady put It carefully away, know what she meant, so she got thc "08t suited to this tropical cllmnte.
It got to be dinner time and the lath
ers came out of the water. They all
hurried to dress ccept John who Is
very particular about his toilet andi
took his time, I
Henry H. Williams,
Tljc Progressive Undertaker
of Honolulu with the
...CITY FURNITURE STORE,..
T)e very latest methods em
ployed In cuing for the dead.
A tull stotk of the best .uid
up-to-date undertaking goods
Phone Main G-.
cure license to those not , In touch
with the powers.
MOSS.MAN-t-Opposcd to"iho resolu-
tlon and the, present Bjstem of Issuing
licenses, ' This resolution Is tl u
forerunner of opposition to ultimate
pretention of liquor sale In the Terr!
EWALIKO Resolution Is not Intro
tho (luced upon the proper foundation. A
person should litup the right to drink
when and where he-pleases.
KANII10 Did not believe In re-
striding licenses to a favorite few.
Adoption of such a resolution was de
prhlng the Territory of revenue,
AYLETT Favored the resolution,
It gave an opportunity to learn If oftl-
clals were doing their duty. UefcrrlnR
to the one-sided way of granting It-
censes, the first time I noticed this wail
when the nee Hlvo saloon was burnid
out. The owner was not allowed to
nrrlinv the. Rtimn ftltl hut WAR forced tO
occupy another locality. In the face
of this spvcral saloons have
granted licenses In the territory whero!la ot im cr Bomcwhat In advance
the Dee Hive saloon was denied a lo
r.nnn a rnmmlti .hmtld !a an
pointed to learn the reason for such
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tended privileges In a number of casVron8- a" m'". The lack of en
n,i, vn. nnn-mnih ih itnwnllnn forcing the taws was where the trou
applications for liquor licenses havo.'e cam ln- Thc ,awa nre aKralV
been granted and there Is strong c,. -
dence to show unjust discrimination.
Pa M R fa l ft ra TH Ha fa P Pa
8UGAR GOOD FOOD.
New York, XIarch 2. A cable to .
Ihp World from Ilerlln n.ia: Dr. fllistav
. .. - , -. .
Jaeger contributes an article to a Sttitt-1
. gart magazine on the subjecf of danc- j
jlng. especially as to the clothes to bo
worn nnd the food to be eaten by
unncers. lie iiu luunu mm wumv'i it.c
more Indefatigable' dancers than men
w.,,.. .w nr , I..,, h. .'
cause men's clothes are so ridiculous.1" properly be made more liberal,
In mountain climbing thc costume Is a lhat " "PecIal "nmee of live mrm-
1 sir a tin ntinnlntdd In rppnmtnpnil
loose garment around the necK. witn
stockings nnd knickerbockers. Were a
somewhat refined edition of this cos
tume worn Irl the ballroom, men would
bo better nnd lustier dancers. Then
too, men drink beer nnd wine nnd
smoke, while the women eat sweets.
"If." says Dr. Jager, "you want to
snur'a horse to extra exertions give
him sugar. It Is exactly so with mcr.."
' Drop In to the St. Germain.
Tho rarty had all .iSFomulcl in ar tho
dining room nnd, dinner being called.
they went in. The younj lady waited
i little for John hut he did not appear.
Prettv soon, slm rra v tin-d. nf wait,
delay nnd so she went In to the ttble.
When the meal was nearly finished, n
n.... . ,tii,.ro.i in tt, hc i,v
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bundle nnd handed It him.
He opened It right then nnd there
and laughed with the rest of them.
That he Is n very good natured young
man goes without saying.
1148 Fort St..
i'liune iiiiu. nijjiu uau, wince .sail
ri-jsldenci 1575 Fort 5 t , below Vineyard.
One otHhe most extensive dlsrus-
( slons of the House nros Thursday af
ternoon over n Mil relating to Sunday
laws. The Ideas of th emnre Important
speaker were expressed as foltqns:
lHM'KI Owl made the laws and not
man. He said that thro were no mis
takes 1c the Territorial lans. When
men got to be wiser than God, then
they would be nblp to realize the beau
tics nnd extent (it the Sunday laws.
Rclattto to the plantation on Kauai
nurklng on Sunday, he thought It was
a great n'lstuke that the owners were
not prosecuted for performing labor
ROBERTSON Laws will become
dead letters unless honestly applied.
Sometimes the legislative branch of the
government will run ahead of the
thoughts of the people and then again,
will be backward.
Under what was termed at one tlnio
" w "1I,ue La8" th Pco,,e "e
afraid to venture out of doors. Tuo
" ' lre" lu " """ "r '"""
"at tnln" thnt "crc prohibited on
s,lmlay- As ) ears pass by we find that
many of the laws have become dead
lQtU:n- Tlle lat Pker, who made the
statement that the laws were nil
vioiowa nun uo oue .-.. w
tercst enough to see that thc laws are
properly carried out. Relative to the
band concerts, public sentiment largely
controlled the playing of music on Sun
da v. notwithstanding the laws bearing
UD0 ,he ,MCct at the time had been
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rrame( and a(J tcd ig aa ,0 mcct wllo
Mc entlmeBt Mr nobcrtson then
I Resolved. That It Is the sense ot this
committee that, thc Sunday laws may
w -..""- -
amendments, and that House bill 37
be referred to such committee.
Thc revolution was adopted.
PRENDUROAST Tho law Is like a
l"ller wn""6 i"f mo omuu iiy uu j ,ecn pmceu. It Is tne very people wno
, pebbling him up. The poor man Isftook the country away from us who
ually made to feel tbo weight of tha(aro now getting It ln the neck. I think
Sunday law. He regretted ot course to. K was God who made Ihcsc-Sunday
"""c i"0 oltl mwB rcpeaicu. m son
l'artB ot the United States they bad
urmay laws anu in some places mey
nave noi. loe grcai rcspuiiBiuiiii) vui
ln the fact tliat tne present Sunday
V law was thrown upon the poor man nnd
0 not upon the rich. I was brought up
0! under the Sunday laws. I left my
A borne In Molokal, a good church mem-
, GOVERNMENT NUR8BRY WORK.
I Commissioner Taylor In his report to
the Governor savs:
' Considerable Improvement has been
made at the government nursery on
K'nB street. A new fenco lias been
built entirely around tne grounds nni)
' necessary repairs have been made to
thp house. It Is from here that tlio ills-
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Plants nnd trees nave also been sont
to the other Islands.
Tho Tribune motto Is not how cheap,
I hut how good.
AjicntH fop ,
and Head Stones
Remember there Is no other Mr.
Williams connected with this es
tablishment ; make no more
ber nnd came to Honolulu where, ln
January, 1893, I jumped thc traces
and have not been In churcti since. The
reason I did not keep up my church
ronncctlona was brought about by tho
actions ot those who Introduced Hun
day lawsy Into the country. Since then
I have not nttended church, but onco or
twice. Now that we nre under one flag
with the United States and all men are
equal and alike, wo should all be alike
In every sense. One reason why I
want to adopt a bill of the kind Is he
cause I told the people that I-would
assist In the amending of the Sunday
MAKANAI Under the laws of the
American Government, one could see
that the laws were being trampelcd
under foot. In former days Sunday
was Btrlctly kept but now, one can see
many laws violated that wero kept
sacred In the past. One could go down
to the water front on Saturday and see
labor being performed that Is strlctlr
prohibited under the present law,
KAAUWAI The different nrguments
of thc members could he compared
with thc Chinawoman with small feet
who cannot Btand upon them. In
framing the Organic Act, It was
thought best not to Interfere with thc
present Sunday Laws. However, as
these old laws were still being re
pealed, It could not be said the Hawa
llatis were still Christians,
MAKDKAU Thc American people
who Introduced these laws here have
led us blindly toy a direct violation of
the laws they are. desirous of now
forcing upon us. This Is the cry of tho
Christian people of thc land, to repeal
a law ot this kind. I think that If we
repeal these old laws, we are doing
things contrary to tho actions ot God,
Violation ot the present laws by the
rich people Is not sufficient reason for
repealing the existing law. The only
reason that our country was taken
, frora . was the superior force of num
j uers ghown. We can well understand
that tho object of taking our country
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from us was to take affairs out of our
bands. We had no firearms to light
back with. The Hawallans went down
on their knees and prayed for relief
from the conditions In which they had
Iaws for our protection and, In order
to back up my view against the repeal
ing of these Sunday Laws, I feel that
It Is the presence of God that keeps us
together and, even If the laws arc vio
lated J)' tho officials of this Territory,
let the man with the red Bkln stand by
the present laws and hope for relief
with tho aid of God.
OBITUARY OF MR. MJTTED.
James Luttcd, proprietor ot the New
England Ilnkcry, has had the pleasant
privilege of reading his obituary in the
nils all came about through the Rio
uisaster and a letter written by Jlr,
. Lulled to his relatives which led them
to bcllovo he would bo a nassenccr on
The genial candy manufacturers obi
tuary reads as follows:
Mr. Luttcd was one of tho most wide.
ly known men In Buffalo during blf
residence here. For many years he ran
a largo wholesale candy business on
Elllcott street. He employed several
traveling salesmen and had a business
extending aver a large territory,?
After making a fortune ho sold out
this business and engaged In other lines
anions; which was real estate. He made
unfortunate Investments and lost prac
tically all ot bis money.
In order to mako a Hvfg ho went
back Into tho candy business and
opened a retail store on Main street
near Seneca. This business was not as
profitable as It might have been and
when an opportunity camo ho sold out.
While out of business bo heard ot an
opportunity to get n candy factory In
Honolulu, and thinking the future
thcro would glvo him an opportunity
to recoup bis losses here, be bought
tho factory on credit and went there
and re-engnged in tho manufacture of
candy with his old time vigor. His
trade Increased to such an extent that
he had to secure larger quarters and
Incorporate his firm under the name of
"Tho New Englnud Bakery and Candv
Company," t t ,
Mr. Lulled was a prominent Mason
Ho was a member of Ismnllla Temple,
Nobles of tho Mjstlc Shrine, and Wash
ington Lodgonnd Hugh do Pnycn Com
piandery of, this city.
Prom the present appearance of
thing, It would seem that tho appro
priation for tho Hawaiian band will bo
cut oft but that the military appro
priation will be forthcoming.
MUj, for TEN HOLLARS.
v '.urn ir uk ii iiuim a lor iinii
mi mil in.t'. lirvrtici nv.
Vi'lllUmi)) llit w lit".
ltVHtiilii in for I in Hie ruit.
raTi'T7 ?r tlir.il. Nil WOllllliMaJlUrU
C i -.iaU - s Of IIHKina 1 rUl Oil. lllltM.
vi i ne niiri i m riii nmip i
"IliHillttNo, 1' plTtnir full In ft nun t itn in..iliM UiiiiiihU
ttelr itnrpifti iu tniminn'lltiiaivl. Hllormt Iim
UQMTIC TRUSS C". " otmii til MAICISCOL
y . Cb ,13
rcxa, diuciocs, ireTumocs-
Claps BruoxsLs. Wn. O. lawn
San rrantiico AgcnUTan Nbtaba
National Bank of Sam Fbanousoo.
San Francisco The Nevada, Nations
Rank of San Francisco.
London The Union Bank of London
Nsw York American Exchange Ha
Chicago Merchant Natlmil Bank.
Paru Credit Lyonnals.
Bjuujn Dresdner Bank.
Honkono and Yoxobaua Honk.ng
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
New Zkaland and AtnrnAijA Bank
of New Zealand.
Victoria and VanoOovmb Bank o
British North America.
TrtHut i Beienl Butm ulEictaueiiMii
DepoUU RecelTtd. Loans soade oa'Ap
eroTea Btcnrlty, Dommerclal and Tumlssi
Oradlts Ihsm. Bills of Exchange boacii
Comcnoas Pohjtlt Aooopnctd foa.
BISHOP 5S Oo .
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Basinesrf.'
Commorcial and Traveler's
Letters of Credit issued, avail
ablo in all the principal cities
of tho 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), 8
months 3 per cent., 6 months
3& per cont., 12 months 4
Pioneer Building and
ASSETS, DEO. tl, 18, lUl.fTTJB
Hone loaned on approved Mcnilta.
A Savings Bank fcr monthly dspoalta.
Houses built on the monthly Instal
Twentieth Bert ot Stock U mra
OFFICERS T. F. Lansing, Pre
dent; S. B. Rose, Vice President; 0. B,
Gray, Treasurer; A, V. Gear, Becretary,
DIRECTORS T. F. Lansing, B. B.
Rose, A. V. Dear, A. W. Keech, UmiM
Smith, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, a H,
Gray, W. L. Howard.
f A. V. GKAJK,
Chamber of Conmerce roona.
Pace Hours: 12:101:10 p. ,
Savings Deposits will In
received and Interest allowed by this
Bank at fonr and one-half par cant,
Printed copies of the Rules and Reg
ulation, may be obtained on application.
Office at bank building on Merchant
BISHOP A OO.
TfJB Voohama $peoie Bui
SubiclttdCarlul Yn .4000,000
I'.UUnC.rli.l yen i!.ooo.ooo
Kc.rved un4 ,.,,,.., ,,,,, Yen 8,110,000
lie. J Oftlct, Yokohami.
The Dank buys and receives (or col
lection Bills of Exchange, issues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and transact
a general banking business.
Qg Find D.po.lt for 11 Bontat, w Mai s.
Oo Ri.4D.po.lt lor 6 notttu.iH H
Oa FIh& Dpoilt for s no., '
Branch ot th Yokohama Sped Bank,
i'ew Reonmic BcHdiDe. Ill Un St., Hoioliic
X bt'ORT TDMLMUnl
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