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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 1901.
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W. H. RICK, President
Carriage Repairing Horse Shoeing
Harness Making and
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Hotshot Because of the
Expenditures of the
N. G. H.
BEER, SODAS AND HACK
HIRE ALSO ON THE LIST
Mors' License Bill Passes Third
Reiding-A Host of Senate Bills
Referred to Committees
Many New Bills.
The House convened for tho nfter
soon session at the usual time yestep
dor. Jdahoe made a motion to recon
sider the vote on the gambling bill.
Harried, and the bill made the order of on Miscellany.
the day for Wednesday. Senate bill 31, providing for a con-
Mahoe Introduced a monster petition servntory of music In Hllo, was rcfer
slgncd by 977 voters from the Klfth dls- red to the Committee on Education,
trice, asking that the bill bo passed. Senate bill 71, regulating the nesting
11 was tabled to ho considered with the and gaming season of birds, was In
Wll. definitely postponed.
Prendergast desired to Introduce aj Emmeluth Introduced a report from
new hill, hut Kobcrtson stated that hut the Committee on Taxation, which la,
53)00 remained ot the leglslathe ap-'ln part, ub follows:
jironrfatlon. Thero were also unpaid, Hon. J. A. Aklna, Speaker of tho
bills to all of that amount.
Beeklcy Introduced a hill, granting a
ntnchlie to the Pacific Heights railway
to extend their lino over Tantalus,
Tunchbowl and the waterfront.
Hoogs moved to table tho bill so that
in Hunan miirtit Ami nni if iViero wn.
nrthfnir eln Tii.Vv wanted The hill
anything else IHaky wanted. Hie bill
Kcw bills Kept coming thick and fast
ontll about a dozen bills wero ordered
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JlakeKnu stuted mat tucy tind auoi-llu, Helcctlou of their regimental olll
fched the law of Imprisonment for debt clnls for tho year was ti.o c-auso and
so that they had nothing to fear as
fcras running over their expenses w,
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concerned. An hour and a nair was
inuH wasted ucrnru tne orucr oi ins.wiin wero piesent, tnnt tno report or mem or saddles nnd nt idles, mnrtln
inr was reached tint financial expert who has mndo'gnles and widdlti cloths, and these of
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Homo bill 114 compensating the
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political prisoners of IM-, camn "D
for third reading. Ileferrod to a po
t...... t.m r.n
relnittiL- in the em.
IliUUHh ' "!U "
pioyumiik in iniiui nn hii iimmiii. ,
tame up for third reading, itcferri'i)
House hill 100, minting to I ho elgliti
hour labor day, came up for Ihlrd riiid
uc. I'dawil. Ays !l! Iiof" 7,
Hoiiw hill 101. relating to lli iimll
ttxlluiis of office holders.
tMrJ rc'lln, I'litnei
Frnl Mil SI, toUtliiM to Hi" tn.
.t.i..jnl e( lnl.iif nn nil I.lltillt U'ill-t
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sum mi for llilnl rwdlnif,
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TEL., MAIN. 301.
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Sennto bill 23, relating to tho llcens- I tnry hero Is to reinforce the police ' cut for tho use of the regimental hit- of thme members of this Houso be ap
ing of physicians, came up for third "liould thero occur nny Berlons uprls- chens, there hnd to bo nn outsider pointed to tako stock of tho National
rending. Tho bill forces doctors to ' K- Tnu ,,ajr ot ,l10 clU'rc Police do- found to do It. Tho soldier wns too Guard arms and equipment together
servo tho Board nf Health in man r.1 ! Jmrtme,nt, 'or "" ,llre0 'c" con- strong, for anything but gun carrying, with a list of names to whom appor-
it I . . Health in iae of tcmplated In these reports was only Tho omcers took caro of some of tho tloncd and to ascertain If all tho ex-
epidemic, etc. A motion to Indefinitely tho sum of J201.C10.C2. Then on the plcklnns too. for though there were pensive purchases on account of i.iat
postpone the bill was lost. Tho hill
then passed third rending. Ayes 10;
noes 8. Noes Aylett, Gllflllnn, Hoogs,
Kclkl, Kclllkon, Makeknu, Monsarrat,
Nnlllma and Robertson,
Senate hill 1C, relating to the distil
latlon of spirituous liquors, wns refer
red to the Judiciary Committee.
Senate bill SD, regiilatiug tho sending
of American youths to the United I J"'l'",c'1 ,s presumed to have somo
States tn l.n eilneited nn. referred m ' 1n"w't''1E'-, .Coupling tho expcndlt-,
?v i'i .i , ' ,., rtIcrrc" "iurcs for military and pollco the cost ,
the Uducatlonnl Committee. , of keeping order In tho I'aradlso of
Senate bill 17. rclatlns to the nrotee. the Pacific nmounts to the sum of
tlon of places of sepulture, was referred
tn the linllrliirv r.iinmlitoo '". ,v!'u"- . J,itv was consumed with an addition ncivcmseu unci som ni auction, iour
".,',:,,'. , , J In tho territory of New Mexico tho (of nearly $1,000 for tho rifle range committee submits herewith a reso-
henatc bill .1, relating to criminal mllltla had nn appropriation of a fow.for tho destruction of tho materials, lutlon combining the legislation con
conduct of an officer In charge of prls- hundreds of dollars only, supplement- it cost tho Gunrd 11.25 for printing tcmplated In thla report,
oners, was referred to the Judiciary Si! " lJi" Notional npptoprlatlon of .and $28 for gold lettering on Its sign. I JOHN EMMELUTH.
Committee I $2,500. That mllltla Bent to tho Span- flowers nro down nt $18 90. while the1 Bo It enacted by the Legislature of
c.1 . Tin o, t .. . .i mi tlB.h wnr- mtn ,n nU nrmB of th0 Ber- Pngrosslng of a memorial to McStock- tho Terrltoty of Hawaii.
sennto hill .3. relating to the Illegal vice, men who rode with itoosovelt er cost tho taxpayers $31.60. Patrlo- That from and after tho date of
marking of live stock, was referred to nnd who fell with Capron and who tlsm In tins case counted not the cost tho approval of this resolution the
the Judiciary Committee.
Senato hilt "C, making a temporary
appropriation for the Board of Health,
was referred to the Committee on Ex
Senato bill 7, relating to tho con
cealment of the death, of a newly born
child was referred to tho Committee
Houso of Representatives.
Sir: Whllo the Joint commlttco on
Taxation of tho I.eglslaturo was In
session last Saturday evening, dis
cussing ways and means for raising
tho necessary rovenuo for tho coming
Biennial period, mattcrB which nro of
serious Import to tho community
nt l!,rK01 t,,u members wero constantly
ntl.rrl,tell ,jy HOUndg of bllarlty
which camo from tho Bungalow In
the Executive Building grounds. A
, celebration by the officers of tho lo-
CI military, In their club room, en-
Joying themselveH to the full, over
tho soundB of evident Jollity on tho
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iiito.tn , ,,w ,,,,, ,,,v,n ,i, jw, , ni,,,, i ,,.-it,,( hi a iiiiiii-,n ,11 int.-,, i, ,,- .
,to,nnillteo on Public expenditures tier class were nn entirely now enuln-
a" "xanilnntlon of the books of tho
Aiiiiiuir, ueniiiiK wiiii mu i'iuiim'b
0f maintaining those mimo officers In
, their placeH und tho enjoyment of
Ihejr club anil perquisites, was In their
luiuus. wiiii tueso soiiiiiis ringing 111 ,
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tllr ears mi the one bund nn.l tlm
knowledge nf the suspension nf in
evssuo mud work for wuut of funds
oil the other, )Olir iiiiuilllllen lias felt
illgi'd to liilike nil luhnnre lepnit nil
the speilnl sulileit or Allium y cX
pelises Us lllld before them.
I In flguies uiiiuiillieii ii) uieso PX
, perls sliuvi thnt iliirlug the thte ycuis
lers en mo up fur lovend by llii'se lepiuts Ihn llliioiinU
i . 7. .... "I"'"1 ll"m ',l" I'lHiliiry with lis fill
il, ,yi .7, 1I0I ,um. ,,,, ,, ,(f .Mlllllii, IIIO.IKI
lU; nut of Clllxeiu' (lininl IK.IOHmi.
, llmi-l, fK"il.l, u (olul of l-'io.ss I .-
Til ll-UlllU III fllll IKlllll lllll lUHIII
iIiik of IIimh IlKUlo ciiiv sli'HiM din
!Im' IIimI Hid Hal uu u tlm mill'
assumption that the mllltnry Is only many menls In camp, It may be seen service have been for Territorial or
tho reserve arm of the pollco force, ( that tho commutation of rations private use.
for certainly tho most arduous duties amounts to $587.10. In the opinion -of the members of
of tho regiment outside of plague ser- Tho regular monthly payroll of tho this committee the usefulness of the
vice tins been to look pretty as bo-'regiment Is $970. This Includes pay Citizens' duard Is passed, and we fur
comes the wearers of brass buttons 'of nn adjutant, two clerks and others, ther recommend that It he abolished.
everywhere, viewed In this light tho
expenditures for support of military
unci mllltnry payroll becomes n crlm-1
Inal wnBto of public funds, a wnsto of
which tho Governor as Commander.
38'-"-87 for the period covered by i
Bunercd with tno foot so.ulers. yet.
when the year ended, with the close
or the llscnl period or IbSS, ue mili
tary establishment of that territory
had money to return to tho treasury,
for the National appropriation was
Hunicieiii iu Keep up me cnuro uuaru
of the territory. In older states, as
New York, there Is nothing done llko
paying men to serve at headquarters.
except perhaps a clerk or two for the
regiments. In the newer states of
tho West tho Bame methods prevail,
for there ofton when tho regiments
or detached companies do not have
armories, they have to pay tho rent
fjr a hall themselves, receiving only
a per diem when the Btato calls them
out on encampment duty, and an al
lowance for ammunition.
Just before tho outbreak of tho bu
bonic plague, which Is of courso tho
exctiso for the extraordinary expense
of tho military during tho period cov
eted by these figures, there was a
general feeing that tho guard offi
cers wero too plainly garbed. Tho
books show that with pay of tailors,
buying cloth and mado garments, tho
purchaeo of gold and gilt ornaments,
helmets nnd belts, nnd tho general ac
coutrements of tho dress parade sol
dier, thero was spent during tho perl-
od $lu,l7G.G9. Perhaps nomo light
may bu Bhed by tho particulars: Gold
and gilt ornaments. $2,017.53, and this
without tho consul's fees and Impor-
ters' charges; caps and gauntlets, $1. -
241.81, and swords and sabres, $199.11.
Helmets are down for $83G.74, nnd
tho detnll puts tho cost at from $8 to
Articles which wero needed to place
the hendquartcrs officers In their pro
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tho best. Tim ro iltteo Is Inform-,
imi uiiii uicrti worn uiucern wiih iiniiiu ,
I protest against this outrageous ex-
penso, hut things wero coming too
lensy fur any attention tn be paid to,
,.,.u ..l. ,,,,,,. I tl.lu i.i.
llems which appear to this com-
uillti'o In he iinusunl, placing tlm
inllilest posslblo term upon It, nro ns
fiilliiws' llefieshiiients nt f.'nmp
I'lres, $270 02' llefresliuwiils nt sham
bullies, IHnOi; lleer nnd tmdn witter
$90o0 llmli InirHo nnd wngon hire,
Hie InltT Item In iiddliloii
$709.35 fur cnrlnge mill bonl
to mu- of
hire. Hliitlnuery coiiies III ror lln-
sum of $U7:i2 mill Hie while Irciuseis
of Hie ri'Hllilllt stood $19192 woilh
of washing ilmlng Hie l.-iiu At l'niui
Jiiiies, ililllng Hit giiiilillng lit Ihn Kn
llhl ililinllon I a m n. lln in mini In
liiivo liecii loo ihiiiIi iiilKiliiliiiiieiil lo
for iiiii volutin at iiinui utiow eiwrh hue iiimi uii omio uspi'iiinii, rur
mi'ii win ii lit f u wus wood to m ther wo muiiiiui'inl Hint h iniiiiiillluo
P. O. BOX 330.
In all 10 mon, of which tho duties of
1- nro put down as watchmen. Ono
watchman and clerk often do nil tho
.work of n regiment In nn Eastern
Pealing with the Citizens' Ouard
tho expenses bIiow thnt tho quarter-
master wns paid for threo years tho
sum of 13,100. that for rides, pistols,
tioltu nml nr-nlilinnln rnrlrliliri.a nholla
primers, powder and lead, a total of
to tho neonle.
Perhaps tho leelslator and citizen,
who gives little thought to these par-
tlculars of government (or misgovern-
ment) might think that through tho
changes wrought bv tho organic act,
giving these Islands territorial gov-
ernment, there would bo little doing
In military circles. But he is In er- month seventy-five per cent, of the
ror, as witness tho expenditures dur- men on the rolls of tho company havo
Ing tho present yenr. While tho Leg- attended the drills ub prescribed by
Islature was In prospect, the men In tho regulations, tjiero shall bo paid to
bluo and gold prepared for tno recep- such company officers an allJtnvnt
tlon of tho lawmakers by buying fur- of $25 nnd that these payments shall
nlturo and having their armories and constitute the entire sums to he paid
club houso repaired, buying now cops out of tho treasury of the Territory
and leggings, stationery and stamped ot Hawaii on account ot tho military
envelopes by tho thousand and finally establishment
during tho month Just passed tho fol- That a committee of threo mom
lowing Items, 22,000 primers, 13 kegs hers ot tills House Bhall bo appointed
of powder, and 4.500 pounds of lead, by the Speaker, which committee
enough to annihilate the population shall provide Itself with a clerk whoso
of the Islands, It tho men shoot as pay Is hereby authorized, said corn
well as they should after tho prac- mlttca to nunit the accounts of the
tlco they havo had ub shown by rlflo military nnd to tnkp stock of tho nrms
rnngo expenses. Tho bills ot tho and accoutremeuU thereof,
military for January and February. That the Citizens' Guard Is hereby
with part of those for March paid, declared to be disbanded. And it Is
reach tho enormous Bum of $G,95i.57, hereby directed thnt all arms and
whllo as stated In tho beginning of equipments, tho property of tho ter
thls report tho most necessary toad rltory, now In the hands of tho mem
repairs havo been entlroly suspended hers thereof. Bhall be turned In to
for lack of funus. Who Is to blamo
i for this Btato of affairs: whnt sane
j person could suggest tho perpetua-
.tlon of such a condition of things In
a community going through a most
1 tiiiclnl period in Its financial history
n period In which tho best thought
'of our legislators Is biought Into piny
to minimize tho burden of taxntlon,
while piovldlng tho rovenuo neces-
sary to meet the most urgent requlro-
menls of dhu territory nt largo, and
tho obligations created by tho losses
to Individuals through tho bubonic
mi'llia i, ,i,u lUlllluijr hi miftu, mhi
tho obligations crentcd by tho losses
to individuals through tno nunonic
plague, nnd yet wo find In tho nppio-
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prlntlou hill submitted to this leglsln-
lurn tno sum oi jm.aiu mr mimurj
and in supplementary messngo of tho
Governor nn Item of $1500 for cleric
to adliitnnt general und Incidentals,
is it pot lime tuui tins suouiu smpr
Tl..w. !..,. 11, rt ...IIU.,.,1, ,,r,.l ,,f Mi.k
Time that Ihn mllltnry arm of the
government, from lis commander-ln
Milcf down ho hrouiiht In u leullzlng
sense of I ho IIIik-hs nf things? Ill lh
opinion of your rommltce this wusln
fill imtriiviiganro has goun cm entirely
ion long Wn tlieiefoin ii'niiiiiiieiid
Unit nil iixpi'iullluii'B fur tli nillllury
in count oH'Opt ns lielow ceiisn lin-
inedlalult mid wn rnriililinuiMI linn in
t hi- futiirn eiiih I'linipniiy of lliu uunid
75 per (Ollt of wlinsii eniolli'il men)
heishlp uilend Urn illllls us piesulli-
id In llm iigulHllnus, Imi lillolled 25
u month for emcnsi'S, Thill lliu liettd
iiiiuilers ln kIwii $711 imr inoiitli fur
Wo rccommemi that all equipment
now In tho hands of tho members of
the Guard be ordered turned In to the
committee, upon proper receipt from
Its clerk, whnao nnv la nrnvlilert for
by tho resolution herewith submitted.
and nil such rifles and equipment
shall he held under tho requisition
of the proper officer of tho National
fliinril nf tho Terrltorv. All eniiln.
mont which Is not needed shall be
expenditures on account of support
'of military and military pay roll, shall
consist of an allotment ot $73 a month
for expenses ot the headquarters ot
the regiment: whenever the officers
of any company Bhall certify to the
Territorial Treasurer and Auditor that
during the next preceding calendar
tho ntiuvo named committee. That
tho commltco shall hnvo power to ad-
minister oaths und send for persons
nnd papers, nnd thnt the receipts of
Its clerk Bhall constitute clearapco
and receipt for nny arms turned tn by
members of said Citizens' Gunrd,
That such arms nnd equipments shall
bo turned over to tho quai'inrimBtr of
the mllltla establishment as may to
tho commlttco seem deslrnblo. Any
arms, equipment or Biippllcs In ex-
cess ot tho needs of the military
shall bu advertised by said commlttco
utdio, 'iiui'iii;iik ni,,,,,i.o ,,, v'
cess of tho needs of tho military
shall bu advertised ny said c
nnd sold at public auction.
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Tho Judiciary Commllleo reported on
n,,,,.,,, i,mi ,it. . mnltnl mm.
fp nl" "'" '' ,', '," ., , ,,
liianmeni, advising thai the bill bn in-
definitely postponed, Tho leport was
Tho Judlilnry Committee; intioiiiueii
n siibstlniln bill In place nf Hones
hill 112, culled tint wide tire net.
Tuliled In bo lonslilcri'il wllli tho first
ijitunn pfj&,i-ii i ii "( I,"
' ! 1 t i Ii l i. id. I i
C J I ill I L,t CiUl
; nsT'r4trTP'V',il ,,i ' i"Hir "'l
U.U.I I,, i" iiiiisi lull si-t.-i mu ii e ik i mfew
ufH ,i'iiV .r.iiie4i4iuli .'.". '".'tflBl'
UtslllMsUTc' M"W ' lit
Houso bill 108, providing for tho col
lection of debts from Government bene
flclarles, was referred to a select com
A message was received from Secre
tary Cooper, stating thnt the Governor
had signed the bill setting aside $3500
for the Buffalo exhibit.
The House then adjourned.
Chicago, April 15. The Trlbuno
says: A world war on rats may bo
proposed by Japan. That nation hns
been conducting an exhaustlvo In
vestigntton and tho conclusion has
been reached that tho rodents nro a
menace to mankind.
"Consequently," sayB Dr. Nagusha
who Is a visitor to Chlcaeo. "tho MI
kado's government Is to appeal to
civilization to exterminate tho ro
dents. It Is declared that tho rats
spread all sorts of contagion, whllo
hundreds of thousands of dollars
worth of property aro destroyed by
the rodents each year."
"Tho plague." says Dr. Nagusha,
"would lose half its terrors should tho
rats ot tho world cease to exist. Oth
er diseases would claim fewer vic
tims and the earth would bo a safer
placo for human kind."
Dr. Nagusha, who is a bacteriologist
of prominence In Japan, Is at tte Au
ditorium Annex. Ho has been mak
lnjastudyof theplaguoln Hongkong
In Bombay, In Japan and In other of
the oriental countries. He was con
vinced, he said, that rats aro tho
greatest propagators of Insidious dis
ease. Japan, says Dr. Nagusha. has
mado an official Investigation of tho
harm done by rats nnd tho result of
this investigation would be brought
to tho attention of tho civilized world.
His country is now taking steps look
Ing to tho destruction of tho rodents.
It Is proposed to Induco other na
tions to do llkowlso.
Ilats, declared tho visitor, served
no useful purpose, and, besides
spreading germs, gnaw their wnv Into
hundreds of thousands of dollars
worth of property each year.
"I am sum that I am not advancing
n now Idea," Bald Dr. Nagusha, "for
bacteriologists nnd members of tho
medical profession have long been
awaro of tho evil which rata work in
tho way of pronagatlng contagious
diseases, but I did not realize tho ox
tent nf this evil until I camo to mako
my recent Investigations In connec
tion with tho bubonic plague In tho
east. I visited Hongkong, Bombay
nnd other parts of tho Orient, not to
spenk of Japan, and ovorywhoro I
wns confronted with the fnrt Hint rats
fnr morn than anything else wero tho
active cnuso In propagating nnd
spreading tho plague.
"Time nnd again I found that ro.
dents were the nrllvo rausn In
spreading tho disease Into somo new
quarter where overv ordlnnrv snni
Inrv prirnutlnn hnd been tnlcen tn
lireveiit (lie malmlv. TIicbii precau
tions would hnve been effedlvo In ujl
probability hut fur Ihn Infected ro
dent rnroliig llm germs with them"
lllirtli ToOm .Miipi'leil.
Hun rrtinr-larn. April II - Hugh Tin In
the millionaire of this ill)', Mini Mlsu
rnriii'llu lliuici. n hcllenf Denver, fol ,
wire mini led In piln'i aimiIiihiiU nt
llm IMIiiip Hold m I1 Mt oYIiich u
IiIkIiI Id v. II (' I'oiiln, pustiir ni
CI l hi n 1ilmiiia ihnri'll I'cffuiPU'd Ihn
HONOLULl a, i
San franeitco AgenliTnu Nktad
Nation ar. TlAMlr n Raw ISnmM.
HAM Fhahoiooo The Nevada Nations,
isanK or nan Francisco.
London Tha Union Bank of London
Nkw York American Exohange Ni
Chicago Merchants Natlcnd Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnala,
Berun Dresdner Bank,
Honkono ad Yokohama Honk n
Shanghai Banking Corporation,
Nkw Zkalamd and Acstralia Bank
of Now Zealand.
Victoria and Vanoouvkr Bank o
BrltUh North America..
Truuact i Qeoeral Banim uMEichiueBulttt'
Depobtl Received, Loan! made on Ap-
B roved Security, Commercial and Travels!!
redlti Issued. Bills of Kichaseo bonsai
and sold. t
ComcTiom Paom-rLT Acootrsrso Toa.
Transact a Gonornl Bnnklno
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
Letters of Credit issued, avail
able in all the principal cities
of the world.
Interest allowed after Jnly
1,1898, on fixed deposits 7
day notico 2 per cent, (thiB
form will not boar interest
unless it 'remains undis
turbed for ono month), 3
montliB 3 per cent., 6 months
3& per cent., 12 montliB 4
Pioneer Building and
A8SKT8, DEC. II, 1811, IllMTTm
Money loaned on approved seciritm,
A Savings Bank fcr monthly deposit
Houses built on the monthly Instil)
Twentieth Serl ot Stock Is an
OFFICERS T. F. Lansing, Prta
dent; S. B. Rose, Vice President; O. S.
Oray, Treasurer; A- V. Gear, Sscratmrr,
DIRECTORS T. F. Lansing, & ,
Rose, A. V. Gear, A- W. Keech, Heart
fltnlth, J, L. McLean, J. D. Holt, a
Dray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. GEAR,
Chamber of Commerce rooau.
Office Hours: 12:101:10 p.
besbop m CO.
.;. Savings Deposits will be
received and Interest allowod by toll
Bank at four and one-half per oonf,
Printed copies of the Rules and Reg
ulations may be obtained on application.
Office at bank building on Merchant
T1JB VokjohBinrf $peciB Bin,
Subtetlbcd CaplUl Yen t4.ooc.ooo
PtMUpCaclUI Yen lS.ooo.ooo
Keiervel huii4 Yen S.ijo.ooo
ltl Offic. Yokohama.
The Bank buys and receives for col
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and transacts
a general banking business.
Oa Fiaal Dapoaii for it aioaUia. 4 par as! p. a
On Flu Deposit lor t aootaa, iH "
On Flu Depoalt lor 1 . 1
Bfanch ol the Yokohama SpKla Bank,
Ket RepnttHc BulMlK, 111 ilwsinoKlii.
ISSUE BONDS TO GUAIiANTBE
the faithful discharge of the dutlts of
Managers, Secretaries, Cashiers, Book
keepers, Clerks of Hanks, Salesmen,
Agents, Office-men, Officers of Soci
eties jiiJ Lodges, Employees of the
Unite! States Government of the Cus
toms and Internal Revenue and Post
of Deljvety Wagons, Watchmen,
Shipping Clerks, Travelling. Sales
men, Contractors, Paymasters In the
Army anJ Navy, Importers and Ex
porters. RaHroaJ and Street Hallway
limploycti, Administrators, Executors,
Assignees, Receivers, and all persons
holding portions of trust,
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