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EVEMJNO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T., MONDAY. MAY 20, 1901.
m: v- -nm-
' LIms of
Oceanic Steamship Company
i TIME TABLE-
lit steamers of tali Una will arrlre and leara Ihlif port u hereunder:'
FROM 8AN FRANCISCO. .JJ
MARIPOSA Mt 25
BONOMA June 4
1 iiXi I i
Xn Connection With ttm ..Ulna- rtf
Hrd to laaue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tlcketa by any rail
road from San Franclaco to all polnta In the United SUtea, and from New
fork by any steamship line to all European porta.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited,
. GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC 8. B. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Sltamf of tin abon companlai will call Honolulu tnl
.caw tin pjn on or aroui
. For lapan and China:
PERU . MAY 18
COPTIC : MAY 28
AMERICA MAHU JUNE 5
PEKINO JUNE 13
GAELIC JUNE 21
HONGKONG MARU JUNE 29
CHINA JULY 0
DORIC JULY 10
NIPPON MARU JULY 21
PERU AUG. 1
For general Information
H. H4CKFIBLO &
aarSuaaira of tta ao?a Una. tuM-nt- la "enaction oltk ft. CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
M"rt?tXj"2?i"'.?i.,i;',?1.5V.,,'r'N,s,w" cslllnc at Victoria. B.C.. Hoaolaluana Brlibui
I DCS AT IIONObl'liV Miab:illlllataataTowetata4 rill
FROM VANCOUVER AND :,-l
Far S.tioana and Sydney
.... Mr i
earTnroerti Ickati Usual ftora HwDlola lo CiJt.
fllllM.ldll n.p.l InlAm.llMi n.la
Theo. H. Daviea &
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
. S OREGONIAN, 6,ooo tons, to sill about May 25.
S S AlRICANl6,soo tons, tasall about Jun 15.
is. s. "Hawaiian, cvotons, tosaii
Freight receive J at company's wharf. Aid Street, South Brooklln, at all times.
For further particulars apply to .
C P MORSE
'General Freight Agent. H.HACKFELD&CO., LTD.,
Lines of Travel
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
.Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
y FOUR DAYS to New York.
P ' man Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing aid Library Cars, with Birber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
i5 Third street. Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St.. San Francisco,
E. L. LOMAX.G. P. & T. A.,
1471 Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Co.
roui and After January 1, 1810.
TATIONS. Dellr . Dallr
,0,,..,., . ta. tgn. . s. -, Pan,
eoolaio ..... i 0 11 111:1 MS i.m
Peail City..,. I. 9 41 11149 141 l.jo
awaMIII !! i.of aeioo 41 In.
Walanee lo .... 4 41 ....
Welelua I.IJ ....
Kaliuinl la.ia .... (n ,,,,
.," 71-- S$? dp'2 WE
falaaa li)l ,.,. e.ol
Walalna. ... III. K.
Walasea , Til. s ss
awaMIII 1 10 y: ins en.
PaailClty t.n l:o, nee. a:sa
o.til. t'u tin ft) tad
V. C. Hmith, Gen'l Fan. dc Ticket
17. PL. Da-Kiaow. BufirlntinJnt
Wildefs Steamship Company
.. . FREIGHT AND"
FOR ISLAND PORTS
' I ' L l
(aral Manager ol ,.
Ti Xju.UbI'Life Aiauvwca 80011
Of thi Uuit4 Hum lor tbt BawaUa
CfllOai llaroh-UJt ItlMt. H(
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.4
SONOMA May 14
MARIPOSA May 29
VENTURA Juna 4
fha, ihnvi afaamaM fi a.a mm .r
lilt jaica rclow awatloneJ,
For San Francisco
apply to P. M. S. S. Co.
CO. LTD. AGENTS.
'ROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
For Victoria ant VancoBTar (B.C.):
Mini Mav t
Ml5lta Jrt t
Muni July i
M'owim Auj-utt ,8
? i3 Dorete. Fct Fieltel act '
Co., Ltd., Gen'l A&enta.
1 ix-u Fr-gfsmmmmm'
Lines of Trayel.
BY TELEGRAPH i
YOD CAN DO IT NOW,
THE - INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group e.scept Kauai.
MINIMUM RATH 18 $2.
Honolulu Office, Magoon Block.
TBL.. MAIN ll.
Messenger will call for your message
Street Railway Time Table,
KINCl "street line.
Carilaave WalklUI for t'lun at ; s. .M. 6 41 A u.
anJ every n mlnutetritraftr ti I 10 .1, r: t ni
ll i I' M. from Wa kikl go t.i Hie Curuhdu btatlk
Cara leave K Manna or l'aaj fcwluli lor town at
S sjA.n. arjrtery tl mlnulealhireatur .111 it otl'.M
Cara Ie4e l.rt an4 King atrevta cornrr for Malama
at( lo A.M. anJ ciery i) mlnJtti afttr till ll as
Cara lae for Patama only at i ani to A M
CariUave Pa'ana for Walk kl ii A M anJ aery
1 minuitj tlil g 41 P M , ttivit at toll ani to as I'.u.
ThairriH.M trum Palama ,ur lutuh,u only coat
to Walklkl .m SalurJaia
Cara tle fort ana king atrccll corner lot K If I
kanci' at 5.30 ani 'jo AM
(.ara ltae lurtanj k'lni; alree't corner for Walklkl
at6csAM anjeery M minulei tlnooil'.H then at
lo.uana iimjI'.m. The It. is I'. goea to Walklkl
Cars tea. I'unartou Stable ft r Tonn at i )o ani
for Town ani Vatley at j 40 yu 6 10 I w 0 40 7 ani
I jo A.M.
Carlea OahJ College tor town ani Vatley at
6:jo 6 50 anJ t.io A H anieter) tomtniitea till to:io
l.M xcertthveen hour ani half, hour cara which
run from the MaWe
CatleaeNuuanu Valley at t'10 t 10 I jo A,M ani
CMyy in inirtuteatliereallcr tllllrvjjP.H
Cars leave l-ort ani CJueen treta for Punahou
College at 6 os 6.aj 6 4! A tt anietry 10 mlnu'et
after till g 41 P.M. Alter that the can run t.i the
Stable up to 11 loP.M.v.hkliliihvlattcar from Town,
reaching the Slabl. al imqp M
ON CALL ALL MG11T.
AUTOMOBILE CO., LTD.
Coupon Books Sold, Special Rates
made for "Automobile Parties,"
NOTE Drivers are not allowed to make
any rates except thoie furnished bv the
company. Ask dtiver to see rale slieet.
In case of dispute as to fare, pay driier
amount claimed, take rebate slip and call
at office. We will gladly aJjiiit iny dlf-
Office on King St., near JuJklary Bid.
' LOUIS T GRANT, Manazer.
I The Story of Revelation
, And Astronomical Fact'
Professor C. A. L. Tottcn, former
military Instructor at Yale, has pre
pared n horoscope of the Dook of lleve
latlon. which he calls "Christ's Crypto-
For twelve years Professor Tottcn
has studied deeply In astronomy, astlo
gy and scientific chronology In connec
tion with investigations of the allegori
cal and "thei-historical books of Holy
writ. He naa become conwnced that
tho time Is not far distant when the
science of chronology will be studied
as a raoet Important department of
The cryptogram which Professor
Totten has evolved Is planetary In Its
tcope. It reveals, he believes, simply
and ginphlcally an exact Interpretation
of what St. John the Evangelist saw at
the rail Into heaven, as described In the
fourth chapter of Revelation.
"Take my Bible here and read that
chanter. See how slmnle the meinln::
of the vTy first verse is," said Profes
sor Totten. "St. John was called up lo
recede what astrologers call a honi
cope. since It was futuro matter. Ho
saw .1 literal horoscope.
"He (.aw a throne and Ono on It. that
1 take to have been at some centra!
orb. That One wag simply IndeScrlln
ble. John did his best to describe, but
words failed him.
"Around the throne he saw twenty
four atH with elders en them having
twenty-four crowns. Those I take to
hae betn the twenty-four hours with
the works thereof upon their heads.
"Out of the throne proceeded light
nlngK, thunder and nilslity olces the
accompaniments of Deity. There was
n rainbow around tho throne, which Is
the IrlO'funt conglomciatlon of all
the plaii'-tv, In the rainbow he saw
teven l.impn of fire burning. These
were the teven planets, which John has
told us astiologically are the seven
plrlts of nod.
"Defore tho throne was a vast
ethereal ta, like crstnl. This was the
blue expar.ii which every one can peer
Into, but netcr beyond.
"John wa. particularly struck by
four l)m-. full of eyes, before nnd be
hind TVmi were the four cardinal
contn11.-.tiiins loaded with stars that
mice X fnrm of the creatures that arc
The ti'bt ..alt was like a lion Leo;
tli- f4 otd was like a calf Taurus;
the thli 1. in the south, had tho face of
n mar. i(,unrins; the fourth was like
(1 fijiri" "aglc namely, the old constel
lf.tion of uir n,lon.
He lit.'-1! tliat each of these beasts
hida'x a tjc'i two above, with upper
ile.-anf tv.n below, with lower decans,.
..r.d fo t lt.e right and left were tho
other tw to each of the four signs
ot th Z("i.ir, making up the entire
twehe. Theo tweho continued to re
peat the refrain:
"'Holj' Holy! Holy! Lord God of
In soai' of be versions, making twelve
announc-sruitH for tho cycle, during
which t)ie wuity-four elders, two to a
iyn, itrmi down their sign as the sun
lasses Crouch their regions.
"John (I'd not undertsand this, neces
sarily. ae as any one does when he
fees fret but tho significant thing Is
that tie farts Jit best modern slcenco
nnd phot(pheio the situation accord
ing to the best astrologies, almanacs
and nitrcnriuifft of modern days, all of
which .r pi oof that John was lifted up
intellect u.ily. or some how, higher
than hit. formation and much beyond
our eiwr If that was not a leiltatlon
into hf I'xt vhlthcr was It. fiom W
point of tw' And where Is It from
yours" ' f,tv; York Herald.
Tar iticpbor Is really not camphor
at all, tt.3!ch somebody discolored,
ubout t.lve years ago, that It would
take the j.Uce of camphor In prevent
In? the rr.vagei of moths. Kor many
yiars it wa thrown nway; It was a
puzzle '-0 ft rid of It. It comes, In a
roundabout way, from bituminous coal.
When thl kind uf coal Is heated In a
certain way It Is split up Into gas (used
for llfhtlnt), a heavy black liquid
(coal tar) r.iitl coke; and It la from the
coal tar that lar camphor Is made.
Is K't. '.Lv Chinese Empire was over
tun by tbc llanchus, uud twenty-eight
etrt lrtej the Invaders wero In pos-
tefslon o' tho throno of China. The
Dm emptior of the Mancliu dynasty
commacdetl that tho cuo be worn ns
a sign of snbmlssloln to his authority,
and the -onquered Chinese wero com
pelled to adopt the Manelju stylo. Thoso
who refii'ed to do so wero put to death.
Later tho death penalty wits with
drav. n epd a tmnll rcnard wns given
to ea h pcibun who would adopt tho cue
us the emperor commanded. Xnnrlr
thiee c-ntarifH of cue wearing has es
tobllbhed t:io custom so thoroughly
that the fcrco used at tho beginning
to camp tho Chinaman to adopt It
would now Lo lH-cessaiy to compel him
to abandon It.
Ccffte ,e a drug ns well as a bever
age a tTr , vrhlch has a specific action
en the I'.T-t. and so Is given to persons
In a state of collapse. Coffee drunk
enness 4r, often heard of, because cof
fee exhtllrntes some people as whisky
does otbe-rc except Russia, tho En
gllhh are about the poorest coffee
drinkers In the world. Seven-tenths
ot a pound of coffee per annum suffices
for John Bull, whllo Jonathan requires
lO'.s po-jTidi per annum. Tho next
largest consumers nro tho Hermans,
with over tJx pounds a head, and
I'ranco with over 414.
The ever popular Rainier beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
you have a giro of Seattle," Is mori
often Jieard than anything else. The
Criterion Saloon has the beer on tap cr
THIS PAPER eA'Vi've?:
tlalnjr Ajencv, 64 anirji. Merchant! Exchange. San
Frarcltcalllorla, here contract! tor aivettlilne
can te naie lor I
Instrument, filed fot. record May 18, Iqdi
First Party Second Party Class
C R Llndsey and wf W I, Decoto Mtg
Instruments filed for record May 20, tool.
First Part Second Party Clas
D K Ewallko
MB Rice .Vuf
L L AlcCandless
B H Bwwn
T H Davles
C F Rice
S W Nawahlne & wf S Hook
WSKiakona J Tinaka
G K Keawehaku
JO Carteret al
L U Nott
J H Schnack
iTts J Campbell
PER Strauch Tr
J R Gait
At J Ferelra
C W Bootn
f-ECORDED MAY 6,1001.
' Ycsheama Co to Co P D, Feb 5,
toco; raise cane on lot 19, Maulua, N Hllo,
Hawaii, 5 crops term. Book 224, page 77.
M M Jordao to A K.inllwaetfls, Agrm't
Dec 2), 1899; to sell V buy cane on lot 6,
Vva'kmalu, N Hllo, Hawaii. Book 224,
Yosheama to W Nlccolls, M 61 Agrm't,
Feb t, 1000: all cane to be raised on Home'
stead lot 10, Maului, N Hllo, Hawaii, fioo
per montn, 0 crops 10 per cent. Book 221,
Mrs A Kaume'elau et al to Pacific Sugar
Mill. L. Apr 1, loot; por grant 1764, Pua
n'll & I'aako, Hamakti.i, Hawaii. 12 yrs
irom uaie at 772. dook 29, page 313.
RECORDLD MAY 7, 1901.
Bank of Hawaii Ltd to Liu San Choi.
Rel, Mav 7, ioo's 7 ptrsof kul 6tf,o. Kail-
ni, Honmu u, UJtiu. i-zxo. H00K 190,
Mrs M A Jewett to CS Desky, Rel, Apr
24, iooi; mtg on R P 302, Kewalo, Hono
lulu, Oahu. 52603. Book 221, page 13.
ICookoo to N' Kawao. D. Mav 6. 1001:
kul 1702, Wal I), Ewa, Oahu. Jl. Book
223, page 150.
A B Loebensteln and wife to First Bunk
of Hilo Ltd, M, May 2, 1001; piece hnd
Walanuenue street, Hllo; piece land Wal-
mea, riaua;i. J1500, 2 yrs at g per cent.
Bonk 221, page 353.
CSDeskv andwl'e to J M Mhertn',
D, Apr 24, i(,oi;l t4'421Pjc' cHrlghs
Honolulu, Oahu. 110,503. book 223,
Tanabe Co to -Co P D. Jsn 11. root!
rals'ngcane aljMaulua, lots 51 cV 58, N HI-
10, tuwaii, 7 yrs. hook 224, page 70.
S C Shaw and wife to First Bank of
Hllo Ltd. M. Apr 26.1901! lots 12 & 13,
block 3, Puueo lots, Hllo, Hawaii. J 1000.
book 22t, page 354.
Iliw'n Tramswavs Co LtJ to Wlnr
Sing Co, L, Nov 24, 1900; 3 acrrs lar.J
ramio, nonniuiu. uanu. oyrs irrm Jan
1,1901,315120 Book 219, page 314.
RECORDED MAY 8,1901.
C Knmomura o Aklma.L. Aor2.iooit
plc lnd Mn'rapila. Honolulu, Oafiu. 27
yrs at 514. Book 219, page 317.
RURAL DELIVERY CHECKED
Wnshlngton. May 9. Computations
made today at tho Pcstoffleo Depart
ment show that the generous allowance
for rural free delivery during the next
fUcnl ycs.f- 13,500,000 Is nlrcady
nearly expended. In consequence the
department must cease planning fur
ther extensions of tho system until
either tho appropriation for tho fiscal
year beginning July 1, 1902, shnll be
come available, or Congress shall vote
an increased allowance for the iear
beginning next July, There nro now
on file a sufficient number ot applica
tions to exhaust about $1,000,000 more
than the appropilatton,
Tho whole number of rural dcllxery
routes now In operation Is about 3.000,
each of which costs annually between
foOO nnd $1000. To continue these
routes next yenr will cost something
over $2,000,000. Approximately S00
routes are already ordered established
by July, making tho Increato In the
cost of maintenance ab6ut $100,000.
Y. Al. C. A. EX II 1 11 IT.
The Y. SI. C. A. athletic exhibition
proved a great success last Sntiirduy
night. The drills wero Interesting nnd
now, and tho games replete with ex
citement and fun. Polonlng Is the
Starching Evening Class, leader
Drill Bar nclls, Seniors; Dumbbells,
Apparatus Horizontal Bar, leader
Ben II. Clarko; Horse, leader Sydney
V. (Troon; Parallel Hare, leader A. J
Coats; Springboard, Junior leader.
Mat Woilc Senior Class.
Games Chinese Tag, Battle Ball, by
Ilclay Usees Horseback Hiding.
Wheelbarrow Haclng. SIonKey Hace.
Seniors; Indian Club Race, Juniors.
Indian Club Solo F, C. Athcrton.
11. m. c. k. ANMviiRSARY.
Tho fiftieth nnnliersary of tho Ha
waiian Mission Chlldien's Society wus
celebrated Saturday evening it tho
homo of A. Frank Cooko on King
Officers for the coming year vero
elected ns foltous: President, Rev. O
H. Gullck; vlco president, J, P. Cooke;
secretary, Lorrln Andrews; treasurer,
I.ylo A. Dickey. Itcv. V. D. Wcstervelt
and Miss SI. A. Chamberlain were
The address of Rev. W. D. Wester
vclt, retiring from tho office of presl.
dent of tho society was the feature of
An adjourned meeting will bo held
ot tho homo of J. B. Atherton Saturday
There are some Simple Remedies In
dispensable In any family. Among
these, th cexperlcnce of years nssmes
11s, should Do recorded PAIN-KII.MIll,
Tor both Internal and oxtcrnnl appli
cations wo have found It of grpat val
ue; especially can wo recommend It for
colds, rheumatism, or frcsn wounds
nnd In ulses. Christian, urn. Avoid buii
Btltutes, there Is but one Paln-Klllcr,
Perry Davis , Prlro 2jc. and 00c.
1 a 1
If yon wint t buy a first class, gnat
nnteed enmorn for one quarter less than
you would have to pay for tho Bamo
article In New York city, drop In to
the HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO,
and ask to see their reduced'stock. "
Realty and Maturity Co,
CAPITAL, - SJO.OOO
We buy, sell 'and deal In all kin Js of
Real Estate, Leases, Mortgages, Bonds,
Etc. Loans negotiated, and all kinds of
Legal Documents drawn at short notice by
skilled persons. Notary work solicited.
Our especial feature Is the Issuance of a
do? Investment Certificate, which bears
Interest from the date Issued, this of itself
Is sufficient, when well undeistood to
guarantee that our company Is, and will
be popular. Call for particulars and In.
OFFICE, j KING ST.
PHONE, MAIN 141.
P. O. BOX. 262
rfotice of Removal.
HATCH St SILLIMAN have removed
their offices to the Stangewald Building,
thi-d floor, nrposlte elevator. i843-iw
.McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd.
Notice Is hereby given that the eleventh
assessment of ten ( to) per cent (f 2.00 per
share), levied on the assessable stock of
the McBryde Sugar Cj., Ltd., Is due on
June 1st., root, and will be delinquent
01 June 15th, 1901.
StockholJe-s will please make prompt
tayment at the office of Messrs Thea. H.
lavles St Co., Ltd.
F. S. SWANZY,
Treasurer, McBryde Sugar Co., Lrd.
Honolulu, Slay 13 li, 1001. l8Q-ot
We hereby beg ft notify our customers.
and the public generally, that hereafter we
shall Insist on regular monthly settlements
ui an uttuuiiia uwiug us.
Any account remaining unpaid aller the
last day of the month following Its con
traction, wilt be closed, and stops taken
for its Immediate collection
METROPOLITAN MEAT Co , LTD
G. J. WALLER. Mamrer.
HONOLULU MARKET CO., LTD.
lUtf U. H. UAVIS, Manager.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PART
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the partnership heretofore existing between
John Ou.erklrk, Fred Harrison and W. J.
EnglanJ, doing business In Honolulu under
the firm name and style of W J. Ergland
& Co., has this diy been dissolved by
mutual con ent. The W. J. Ergland
Plumbing Co.. Ltd., a corporation, has
succteJed to the business heretofore car
ried on under said partnership name.
uaie j Apiu 30, iqoi.
1S40-IW W. J. ENGLAND.
NOTICE OF ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At at peclal meeting of the OREGON
BUILDING CO., LTD., held on the 20th
da of April, loot, at room 396, Judd
t.,.1 l.llniv Unm!,,!,. ,tA f.4 1 1... l i ...aba
UUIIUIMK. I.VilUIUIIt, MIC ItJIIUlt INK WCIC
elected the officers of the corporation for
tne ensuing year:.
A. V. Gear President
J. Lando Vice-President
Victor Hoffman, Treasurer
L. A. Postln Secretary
John F. Riley Auditor
Dated Hone lulu, April 26, 1901,
L. A. ROSTIN,
NOTICE OF ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At a peclal meeting of the W. J. ENG
LAND PLUMBING CO.. LTD.. helJ on the
23rd day of April. 1901, at room tcei, Ju d
Bulking. Honolulu, the following were
elecleJ tl-.e officers of the corporation for
the ensuing vear ;
John OuJerklrk, President
W. J. England,... .Vice-President
Fred Hartbon Treasurer
F. J. Vllhelm Secretary
J. Finney Auditor
Dated Honolulu, April 23, loot,
Set of 5 maps. 152.00
60 CENTS EACH
On sale at. office ot . . ,
THB . . .
C. BREWER & CO.. Ltd.
MRS. A. L. KING HAS MOVED TO
the Gedge Cottage en RlcharJ St.. where
she will carry a full line ot CUNIOS In
addition to her FLORIST BUSINESS.
1 84 1 ! w
Having been repainted, papered and furn
ished, will te orened as a Pilvate Hotel
on the 20th Inst. The management Is now
prepired to show room and make rates.
Subscribers lo the BUL
LETIN not receiving tnr pa
pers promptly fill confer a
favor by notifying the "Busi
ness CTice. Telephone 156
Cues SnucuLi ,
Wm. il, lawn
Ban Aancfieo AttnttInn Mitab4
National BAhk or Bait Fhawcibco.
8am Fauncmoo Th lttTStcU MaUonl
Bank of San Francisco.
LorTDOS The Union Bank of London
Nirw Tom American Kxobang Ha
Chicago Merchants Ntlnl Bank.
rajua vradlt ioronnala.
Bnujn Drosdnar Bank.
HoHxona amd Yokohama Honkn
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
NatW ZSALAKIl Aftn AtTa-raar.tA -Bama,
of Maw Zealand.
VlOTomtA akd VAUooovaa Bank o
British North America.
Dtpobtt Htcalvad. Lotus mad. on Ap
proTsdSaeBritr. Oommerclal and Traraatit
Oradlta Istaaxf. Bills of tehaua bowfM
tad told. m
OoLuoTiom Paoatm.T Acoocimn Tom,
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial ami TrnvnWa
-Letters of Crodit issued, avail
aoie in all tho principal cities
of the world.
Interest allowed afrnr Jnlv
1, 1898, on fixed deposits 7
nay notico z por cent., (this
fonn will not boar interest
unless it romaiiiH midio.
turbed for ono month), 3
montns a por cent., 0 months
3J per cent., 12 months i
Pioneer Building and
AS9KTB, DIG. II, 111), flll.tTTJa.
Hon loaned on approved leearttft
ABavlnctBank fcr monthly dtpoalta,
HOUWI built on (h mnnlhW Inatala.
Twentieth Berl ., of Block la mca
OFriCEHS-T. F. Lanilnr. PreaS
dent: S. B. llote, Vice Prefioentj O. JS.
Qray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear, 8e:retarr.
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Rose, A. V. Gear, A. W. Keccb.'llaan
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A. V. QKAB,
Chamber ot Coaamerca rooma.
Offlce Hourai 11:10 1:10 p. wi.
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Savings Depoalta will be
recelvod and Interest allowed by thlc"
Bank at four and one-half per cent,
Printed copies of the Rules and Rec
ulatlons may be obtained on application.
Offlce at bank building on MerohatU
BISHOP 4 CO
TiJB Yokohama gpecia Bunr
SubacrlN.4 Capital Van aa ooc.a
I'alJ Up Capital Van iSm.m
Raiarva4 Fitnl Yen i.iio.oo.
Heai OBica. Yokoharaa.
The Bank buys and receives (or col
lection Bills ot Exchange, Usuea Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and transact
a general banking business.
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Branch ol tha Yokohama Spacla Bank,
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I88UE BONDS TO GUARANTEE
the faithful discharge of the duties ot
Managers, Secretaries, Cashiers, Boole
keepers, Clerks of Ranks, Salesmen,
Agents, Office-men, Officers of Soci
eties and Lodges, Employees of the
United SJates Government of the Otr
toms and Internal Revenue and Poi
of Delivery Wagons, Watchmen,
Shipping Clerks, Travelling, Sales
men, Contractors, Paymasters In the
Army and Navy, Importers and Ex
porters, Railroad and Street Railway
Assignees, Receivers, and all petsons
holding positions of trust.
The PollcleHof the Company Cover
Plate Glass, Including Lettering and
embossing, and Plate Glass Mirrors.
Steam Boilers, Indemnifying the n
sured against loss or damage to pro
perty, or for accidental bodily Injury
or death, and covering periodical
GEAR, LANSING & CO., Agents,
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