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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T.. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11. 1501.
75 and 70 KlnjJ Street
TELEPHONE NO. 31.
NOW In tho time to get leaks and
breakages seen tu, nnj your
Roofs Put in Order.
By competent workmen.
The Plumber's Strike
Is over, and I am again prepared I
to do Plumbing, Sewering and
Sheet Iron Work as heretofore. ,
Estimates furnished... Work
manshlp ana material guaran-i
Jas. Nott, Jr.,
Store, Bertanla Near Emma St.
Tel., White 3571.
SHEET METAL WORKS
H. W. BARTH.
Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ventilator
Conductor Plt and Gutter Work.
tlrfaard Strctt, h.l. Qutrn nJ .M.rcliint Honolulu.
Jobb if promptly atteodtJ t..
'.VI. 'Vhlte 41 P. O. Ttrvr J70.
Notice to Property Owners.
I have In my employ FOUK FIRST
CLASS PLU.MULRS from the Coast. I am
now ready to fisur on your work at the
lowest prices My men are Union Men.
Cive me a tr al.
C. H. BROWN,
Territory Stable. King St.
C. R Hemenway
OFFICE 406 JUDD BUILDING.
TEL. 31-4 MAIN.
Albert R- Cunha
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
308 Stangenwald Building
TfcLHPIIONE- MAIN 21.
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W. J. Robinson,
Removed to Room 306, Judo Building
J. M. KANEAKUA.
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Offiee Bethel St., Near the Postoffjce.
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. HEXMQTKS, 1'UOP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance Is offered for
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S, Mnuna Loa
at Kallua and tako passengers overland
to Hookeno, where tho steamer Is met
Manufactured from Pure
Delivered frc to any pait ol
cltv by courteous drivers.
Oahn Ice and Electric Co.
cL. BLUE JI5I
HOFFMAN & MARKHAM.
a New Lot of .
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE.
Set of 5 maps. $2.00
60 CBXTS EACH
On sale at office ot , , ,
TUB . . .
Surgeons, Physicians and Dentists.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
OrticE, Mam. j!j.
HOURS-lt A. M. TO 1. P.M !
1TO ) t. M 1 ) TO g P. .
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1154 Alakea Street.
O in co Hours 9 to 4
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Lovo Building. Fort Street.
Hour. 9 to 4. Telephone. 434.
Dr. J. Atcherle hns removed Ms of
fice from 70S Kurt street to 343 Kin
streit, next to Opera 1 louse.
Hours 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Tel. Blue 1261.
Offiee Tel. White 1371.
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M.R.C.V.S., M.V. M.A., ondon.
OFFICE Hotel Stables
I RESIDENCE "The California," Em
ma street 1910-311
Dr. Wm. G. Rogers,
SURQlON AND SPECIALIST.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Exclusively
REMOVED to new oQlce, 1146 Ala
kea Street, opp. lir.wallan Hotel.
Hours. 9 to 12, 3 to S:3U, 7 to S; Sun
days, 9 to 11.
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BOSTON BIDCJ, IOKT STtEET
OVtP MAY CO.
Those who appreciate the
class of nh;)toprjnhir. work
I done by
I MISS CAROLINE HaSKINS
are cordially invited to inspect
specimens of her skill in her
I reception room at the rear of
J Art Store and
i Photo Studio,
120 Hotel St
Words of Wisdom From
I Mr. 1'etcra, hopeful of gaining t
'knowledge of the Jewish lellglou and
i believing that extracts from the Tat
mud would lead Christian scholars to
' study the subject Xiiither, has compiled
the volume, entitled "Wit mid Wisdom
'of the Talmud." Here nre some quo
tations from the "Wit mid Wisdom":
"The forest trees once asked the fruit
tlees: 'Why Is the rustling of jour
I leaves not heard In the distance;' The
I fruit tries replied: 'We can dispense,
I with the rustling to manifest our
I presem-e; our fruits testify for us.' The
I trult trees thin Inquired of tho forest
tries: 'Why do your leaves rustlo con
tinually?' 'We are foiced to cull the at
tention of man to our existence.' "
"Too many captains sink the bhlp."
"An old man is u trouble In tho
house; an old woman Is a treasure In
"Two pieces of coin In one bug make
more noise than a hundred."
"1'overty comet Ii from Cod, but nut
"Our kindly deeds and our generous
gifts go to heaven as messengers nnd
plead for us before our Heuvenly Fa
ther." "The noblest of ull charities Is In en
abling the poor to earn u livelihood."
"The camel wanted to have horns
and they took away his ears."
"the egg of today Is better than the
hen of tomorrow."
"Cold water morning nnd evening Is
better than all tne cosmetics."
"The question Is asked, 'Why Is man
born with hands clinched, but has his
bunds wide open In death?' And tho
answer Is: 'On entering the world
mnn deBlres to grasp evcrthlng; but
when leaving It he takes nothing
"Two dry logs and one wet; the dry
ones klndlo the wet."
"He who seeks for a faultless broth
er will have to remain brotherless."
"If thy friends agree In culling thee
why women hate i
Why do women dislike women?
"It Isn't Jealousy," said one of tli4
sex, who U n nowspnper reporter, "be-
caue the dislike Is not confined tu
homely and unsuccessful women, and
the objects are not always pretty and
cuurppnii uh.-b, ii in.! uu inTiuiM
women are not so easily 'done. From
a reporter's point of view, It is ills'.
tlmtly humiliating to feel that ou ar.i
tolerated In our prffesslonnl capacity
i ... , .. ...
Just because jou arc a woman that sou
arc given time nnd attention flint
would not bo sho n n man simply be-
muse It Is not customary to show n
woman out the dour.
And yet all women In business do
l.iek advantage of these lutle romt-
. . . , ,i ,,, mm as nnving been madu to Comtuo
csles, shameful us the admission may ,,,. ,..,,., ? , , b,4" .; "7,,,
seem, lint It Is really not Indefensible.
i n.iiiuiii "uibb initial bu uiuu iiuiiiii
caps that do not touch a man that an
ocinslonnl ndvantnge must be eagerly
seized to make chances unv thing like
even. She l denied tho Inestimable
. .......... . . . . .. .
neip or ouiiying, anil ner smiles anil
tlnnccs nre Just another form of
'bluir.' but then, It Is the only form left
her nnd nukes Just so much for sue-
"It Is not because women nre wn-
men that tbev are disliked In- iln-ii-
" ' l" , L,l
oivn nx in busl.icss. It s because thu
. . .- 1, """, "-" """- wimess i cinied certain things Caiitaln
stand. 1 sunlly she Is monarch In her Philip had Bald In tuo critical period
home, absolutely the most Important of the gient battle, when all thu bat.
person In It, nnd she loses the true terles of the ships were fliluj; their
appreciation of the Importance of other '"irdest, up to tho alleged disappear
,i... .,1.. ,...,.1.1.. it t i i - mice of the lllrjul.lvn tn snnwnril nrit-r
N coiist" tlv brouT. in t, th
i consi.imu nrougnt in contact with
..-.. who are ms equal or superiors.
who nave equal rights with him.
whereas n woman may Bpcnd two bonis
n u.'iy visiting with callers of her own
I grade of Intelligence, as against six-
.teen spent with the children nnd tho
servants When she does meet men It
Is either In the capacity of grocery
boys or clerks whose business It Is to
defer to her opinions, however lllogl-
cal, or In n social war when It isn't
worth while to combat her Ideas If they
hnnnen tn lip prr.-iilp
"So that unless she makes n very' 'Jn,'' -''a,,cr 'art ,of "10 uay 'It
great effort she becomes posltlvo and Vt'.,.'! , i, r fhp X2.m '.',alIl"' 0t Ca,italn
itnntnntlp nn,l !. .1 ' "'" """ falgSljCO Of thO St. I'ttlll, Upon W IOSU
dogmatic, and when she meets other contradiction of tho statement by
women where there Is a clash of Inter- Schley In n letter to the Senate Naval
ests sheexpects the same deference Committee much stress had been laid,
from them that she lecelves In her He proved very cautious In all his thc-
dally surroundings from men, and this ollectlons of fncts, and was distinctly
Is In n great measure the reason why Hnil'oilitlnB to thoso who expected
women s discussion, when It strays 'j1'" to ,)ffcr a"llilng damaging to tho
UnJUt" rCa""" -',rC8? n,,",1,,a!',p' ' ,A0l.immatlc Incldeni occurred durLug
" a,Wa,M T'?,'"1 ns l8 ,lef,ra'''''- Captain Slgsbee's cross-examlnatloii.
I heir dally habit of acting as sole Schley's counsel rind the followluK ux
dictator sometimes discounts the opln- tract fiom the hitherto unpublished IB
Ions of others, nnd leads each woman Il0rt ""i' '' Admiral Sampson Trotn
to expect of every other woman tho Cnno "nytlen .May 30lh to Secietary
deference to her little peculiarities sho h'"V "I n,m 1j?for.mt'(I ''' Captain
Is In the habit of receiving, nnd elves .fcJwl!' ,f .H,. St'. ' al". 'Iiat !' 8a.w
ocrnslnn for il p,.,ic ,.i.-..i . i , l"u opawsu vessels aim iwo lorpedn
tt.mn.i : ?7? "-vice In boats near tl.o mouth of tho harbor at
leg Wellington: 'Do let the dfnr la- Santiago esterdny when ho passed
dies be natural; let them hate each that point. At the snme tlmo Cuminu
other." ,doie Schley wns blockading, but at n
t .distance of twemy-flve miles to the
The Orcat Family Medicine of th- PM1twnr,,..of t- Imrl.or.
Arc! For sore throat, garde .t-.1 Tlie acting Judge advocate objected
thioat with n mixture of PAIN-KHl'- ,0 fl,rtllpr reading, but iu reply to a
Elt nnd water, and the relief Is ImnV- n"l'8,l" frtlm Schley's counsel ns to
dlate, nnd cure positive. It should not w,nrt,,or ne nai1 eyer ,ollJ nn' l,m' "'
be forgotten that the Paln-Klller s lllp "f tno lni'' SKS,,C' declared
equally as good to take Internally ns to P'"11'1-1' thnl h" 11;V('f I"11'-
use externally. Avoid substitutes there ' '
Is but ono Paln-Klller. Perry Davis'. I John Alexander Donle doesn't pro
I rice 2c andS0c; pogc ,0 M Ms foowerB forgct ,,,
.. ... In the most recent Issue of one of his
.iiunicipai ownership of water works
,',",: ., " , . nR8llr""
... ... .nu,. in lavur ui mni
'.' !"" .m,"L1 ll,lKat'on' ny a vo,c of
.. i V . ' P ' a rew ,lnyH aK0'
authorized the Issue of 2.0(7O.0OO In
bonds for the purchase of the existing
private works. This practically ratines
n compromise ngrcement mndc In July
between the c.ity council and the water
company. It Is expected that the bonds
will be put on the market at once and
that the transfer of the works to (ho
city will be made before the close of
the year. Engineering News.
The Evening llulletln 75 cents per
an ass, go and get a halter around rule, but from them that aro persc
thee." J cuted.' "
"At the gnte of abundance there nre "Prayer Is Israel's only weapon, a
many brothers nnd friends; at th gate' weapon Inherited from his fathers, a
of misery there is neither brother or weapon tried In a thousand battles."
friend." "When the righteous die, they live;
"The consciousness of nod's pres- for their example lives."
enco Is the first principle of religion." I "Three shall not enter Paradise
"A man's homo means his wife." I the scoffer, the hypocrite and thu slnn
"He who divorces his wifo Is hated deier."
before Cod." "Itabhl Gnmallel ordered his servant
"If thy wife Is small, bend down to
take her counsel." j
"The daughter Is as tho mother was."
"Do not confine your children to
our own learning, for they vvero born
In unother time.'
"Whnt the child says out of doors
he has learned Indoors.'
"This world Is an antechamber to
"Tho Just of ull nations have a por-
lion in tno ruturo reward.'
'Kvery nation has its special guar
dian angel, Its horoccopes, Its ruling
planetB and stars. Rut there Is no
planet for Israel. IsraeLshall look but "This Is the punishment of tho liar,
to God. There Is no mediator between ' that when he tells the truth nobody be
thoso who nre called his children and lleves him."
their Father which Is In Heaven. I "Use the best vase today, for to-
.uu. tuo ,c,j diuvu ma. me ii-
cr carved he has to swallow hot mui
"The laborer Is allowed to sho;en
"He who teaches his sun to trade Is
as if ho taught him to steal,"
"The laborer at his work need not "Jerusalem was destroyed because
rite before the greatest doctor." (the Instruction of the young was no
tion's passions nt first nro like cob-' glected."
web's thread, at last become like tho "Ho who Instructs a child Is as If hr
thickest cable." Iliad created It." I Ul(
"Were It not for tho existence of( "Tho teachers nre tho guardians of
pueBlons np ono would build a house, the state."
marry a wife, beget children, or do any "Learn first and philosophize nftcr
work." l ward."
"There Is not a single bird more per- ' "To what may ho be compared who
secuted than the dove, yet God ha teaches n child? To ono who writes on
chosen her to bo offered up on the al-1 clean paper. And to what mny he he
tnr. Tho bull Is hunted by tho lion, 'compared who tenches an old man?
tho sheep by tho wolf, the goat by tho .To one who writes on blotted pnper."
tiger. And God said: 'Llrlilg me a "Dp eager to acquire knowledgo; It
sacrifice, not from thoso that perse-1 does not como to thee by inheritance."
SKiSBEE PROVES POOH
WITNESS 1 SAMPSON
New York, Oct. 1. Hear Admiral
Sfhlnt fnrnd l.nltn. l.r.,. Ilia tn r n I '
,.urt or in,mry todny than at any of
inc previous sessions, nts counsel turn
ins several Important Incidents in his
Iovor during the cross-examination of
the witnesses. He succeeded In dl
I" ,n? "' " wo lx?m ot ,mj l'iw
cent or their scrlos damage
.,., werq mnUn to brlg out ,.
ctepancles between the charts and ro
ports nnd testimony with Indecisive
lesillts. In addition to tho criticisms
of the eflmpnlgn which bu made yes-
wruay, Admiral l.vans explicitly do
nlcd several statements ascribed to
him as hnvlng been mado to Comma-
Rner the destruction of tno Snanlsli
utei. ne aunuueu mat nu was an
bins about coaling tils ship off Ban-
tlngo and that the blockadu wns Inr
lllt'1' oft F,10re J' n'Kht than by day.
ai"". atlliiB ns Judge advocate lor
the clay on account of Contain Lciii.
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uvillnu witness who una taken tiiu oilier box, similar Iu every detail, for
stand bIiro thu hearing actually bu- '"I ' one of the other passenger,
gnn. The conit was visibly dlspleas- IbIso ii Chinaman. Thu substltute-l
vd with this action, anu, ab It turned I0" eontalned a worthless nstortni'Vnt
01"- ,,lc "IdKnto adduced was not of l"r "'''Is nnd ends, whilst the one stolen
Kunt nwuient. Krom notes made at I harl mthor valuablo contents. The
,l!P tln,, on thu Iottcr ur'JSe of thu wuuld-bo thief had two accomplice,
Tt,x upar ,h counug tw . lno!,ut these mixed with thu crowd of
thp UmP '"" u"" B'vcn tho Texas
,, ',, .,,,.. " , , ,.
,.,. n ,.,. , murh ,,,.....,, . ,
o.L,, .. .ivo auu.v. ji,,i.itui uvnvft
instead or addressing his quosuou In
writing tluough tho Judge ndvuente as
customary, finally turned upon thu w...
ness nnd nsked sharply: "Did ou
IK'""-Captain l'hlllp tlve any orders to
liO'C. lint .mrltino"
;.'", ,. , ' , , ,., ,
,1,"" dlJ not' ' tUrm"d ttwny
Admiral Dewey-You would have
heard It If he had, would you not:
Answer 1 mlcht not.
Admiral Dewey, with emphasis You
seem to lime heard avorv.iilticr nlsi
pamphlets which, by the wuy Is
adorned with a full page engraving of
niljah II In n sllk-llned full-dress suit
-! announces he Is arranging to have
n WoRraph make moving pictures of his
every motion, not only while delivering
his lectures nnd tirades, hut In hli
home life ns well
f, tor TEN DOLLARS.
sfm ThnUMlxUlutrr Iv-i-ihiii-!
ntiimr uwniiuint let lhi
Miuttl prut, i lent mi In
Yrlit.oiifjr tl...i:e. Mm ur
itrrtTliiiforl Iti Mir ttl
orlotkmntonilMm. I lit.,
thf uni! liUMitlifntc'
IWIIfiV. ! ptrlnff fall InfoniiHlkm ti.lli,him.tl
ItflT fn rwrti I ?. Mjnnpitiwl ttil nl.l. Cull or pici.trt.
Tobl to bring him something good from
Ihe market, nnd he brought a tongue.
At another time he told him to bring
something; bad, and be nlso returned
with a tongue. 'Why did you on both
occasions fetch a tongue?' tho rabbi
atked, 'It Is the source ot good and
evil,' Tobl leplled. 'If It is good there
Is nothing better1, If It Is bad, thcro li
"Support the aged without reference
i0 religion: resnect the learned with
out reference to nge,
Truth lasts forever, but falsehood
niurrow ii may, percnance, ne DrOKcn,
When Satan cannot come himself
h sends wlno as a messenger."
"A town which has no school should
j "The world Is only saved by the
breath of schoolchildren."
HARD c,Tlzi!L 0F cmNA
One of these Incidents which aro
uevtfr long absent from the lives of.
'those whoso business brings them in
continuous contort with Chinese Inci
dents Hint carry with them Just that
amount of danger which makes them
Pflll iVftMl. If, MlOSM WllOtn tlll'V llfTprf
I Is reunited In the Hongkong Press by
ir. vv. niirris in vvuuciiuw, a pnsscn
iger on me nainani icaptum uicksoui
a steamer which runs between
i how and Canton.
The Halnam, as usual, numbered on
her last run a great many Chlnojo
amongst her passengers, but nothing
out of thu utuil hnppvneil tilt Kuni
clink, sltuntcd between Woochow nnd
Canton, wns rcacheil Here ono of tho
Chinese wantd to disembark, but re
fused absolutely to allow the shlp'H
rompradoro to S' through the formal
ity of senrchlttg his box. However, ho
at last .vlelded ani hnnded over a key,
which, on bel-.'g applied to the lock el
" mix. wns icuim nui io m inu
man had no other key, or profossel
nut to have, and as the affair looked
suspicious n Mtmrch was Institute I
amongst the other pasicngom, and tlu
discovery wai made that the Chlnu
,,., I,, n,,wti,, i,,i i,,i
Chinese on hoard nnd could not l-i
picked out. Captain Dickson turned
his attention t the prisoner, and or
deied him to put fits hands behind his
back, In order to have them plnlciuc I.
nils lie declined to do, nnd Instend
. -alml- loldod his arms across his
rhi.si. a p ll.i,i,,nt,.,i !,! i,,-,. ,,..!,,
...... .. k H. .. .,,.. .......a..v
nun in uiH suiu.e nnu me oecic an i
he was Bccured He was fastened bv'
Ihe muciic to a pott, nnd his linn Is
were tied behind his back. Deeming
him quite secme, nun the Incident hav.
Ing apparently endecj, no more atten
tion was paid to 'ne Chinaman, win
was tugging at his cords. Presently
be wriggled free, and made n daj.i
past a man or. rt'unrd, one of the crci,
who was nrmi'd with a revolver. Thl.i
man nlwaya stands tit the nead of I'.c
' tal' lending from the Chinese qinr-1
v.n, .III., lUllll-fl .1 IU4UV1I IU1UIVL-I HI
keep nny chance desperadoes fron
rushing the deck. The escaping pris
oner ran down the companlonwuv
lending to the lowur deck, uud. Jump
ing onto the ship's rail, threw himself
Into the sea, Tho stcnim-r was tliiiii
about two mile from Canton. The
guard fired hi rvolvw. but aimed
wide, and did no harm. The vessil
wns stopped. Captain Dickson ordered
a boat lo bo lowered, nnd ran below
for his tevnlver A sampan was hail
ed, and ono or two of the crew turn
bled Into It. whilst the guard got I in
the ship's boat !n tl.o meantime a
dug-out containing two. men. probably
confederates, was making rapidly for
the swimmer, and seeing tnat he was
likely to lose hli prisoner. Captu'u
Dickson fired The rnnge wu n long
one. but thu shot wns good, the bill
striking tho water a few yards fio.n
the dug-out, anil rleborlietlng, breaking
one of mo oar. 'Ihls stopped the d'lx
out's iiiogress. ami seeing cimture lin-
Imtnent tho two men spuing Into tbu
water and nwjm down stieam, being
picked up by another dug-out hover
ing nenr. Thi escaping Chinaman vas
overtaken, dragged into the ship's boat
ami carried back to the ..ulnam. whem
he wns fastened bejoud all possibility
of escape. At Canton. Captain Dick
son handed him over to the nrlth.i
Consul, who preferred u charge ugnir.s'
the man nnd turned him over tn the
Chinese authorities. Tho whole nl-
fulr points conclusively to tne exls'
enco of an elaborate confederacy of
luvv-brenkcrs who are a constant men
ace to the public safety.
Dr. Frank P Fcvter. editor of the
New York Medical Journal, said:
A great advancement In abdominnl
surgery has been made In recent years.
This advancement was made possible
by Lord Lister's campaign of antisep
sis. In reganl to gunshot wounds In
the nbdomen, the lirst man to propose
operative Intervention was Dr. James
Marlon Sims of this city, who died In
1883. Ilefore the days of such Intei-
fcntlon n person with a penetrating
wound of the abdomen did oecaslonaly
recover. He was more likely to ie
cover from a gunshot wound thnn from
a stab wound. It was generally Infer
icd then Hut when a man with a gun
shot wound recovered, no Internnl or
gans had been penetrated. This In
ference, however, was not alwujs Jus
tified. Lord Lister, who was vears nun
elmply Mr, Joseph Lister, a suigeon to
tho Glasgow Roy nl Infirmary, took up
tho study of antisepsis about 1S00. As
a result of his studies the whole of tho
operative surgery has been much safer.
About forty ears ago a person suffer
ing wllh a gunshot wound of the ab
domen was seldom operated upon. The
wound wns usunllv ilmlnp.l n,i,i Hi.,
patient received stimulants nnd nno-j
uynes nrcordlnit to tho symptoms. At
that time tho number of people with
gunshot wound who icuiveied was
exceedingly small. Later the surgeon
began to play n holder part In tho
treatment of such eases. He was not
only called upon to drain the wound,
but to remove the bullet, to clean tho
abdominal cavity and to tloso up tho
npertuies In hollow organs by meanj
of stitches. Opium was most always
given, not only for tho purpose of al
laying pain, but nlso to prevent the
natural vermicular movements of tho
Intestines. Under the Improved meth
ods of treating such cases, the number
of persons who died grew decidedly
At the tlmo President rinrflnl,! u.i
shot surgery wns on n high plane, but
icw surgeons had opened the abdomen
for the relief of iriinshot u-tmmia iim.
Idcnt Garfield was shot In the spinal
column. He was not subjected tn a
radical operation. It can hardly bo
said nosltlvclv- I lml Mr f:nrn..i,i-J ...,..
would have ended In recovery, even
ii ins injury had been recelvp.i In n.
present days of advanced surgery. In
tho last ten or fifteen years surgeoni
uvo accomplished results In nbdoml
nal surgery that their hipi1pci.ui.
never dreamed of. They are now able
to open tho nbdomen with nlmost abso
lute snfety for dlcuso nnd Injuries of
any organ within tho nbdmnin.-ii p.-h-ik-
liven wounds of tho heart have beeii
successfully treated In n few cases. A
post mortem examlnnttmi ,r ,
who died somo yours, after a Runshot
wound of tho chest, lovcaled tho pros
enco ot a bullet In nnn or Dm ,.l,nml.,..
of tho heart.
Wm. Q. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
San Francisco Agents Tho Ne
vada National Dank of San Kranclsco.
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tional Hank of San Kranclsco.
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New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' Nntlonal Dank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Dresdner Dank,
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong-Icong-Shnnghnt
New Zealand and Australia Hank
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Victoria and Vancouver Dank of
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made on
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Dills of Ex
change bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
BISHOP & CO.
Tr.msnct n Ocncral Bunking
nnd Kxclintigc Business.
Coiniiicrcinl nnd Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued, nvnilnblc
in nil the principal cities of the
Interest allowed after July 1,
1S0S, on fixed deposits 7 tiny
notice 2 per cent, (this form will
not hear interest unless it remains
undisturbed for ono mouth),
months .' per cent., C months 3 1-2
per cent, 12 nioiitks 4 per cent.
Pioneer Building and Loan
ASSETS, JUNE SJ, 1901, $80,0-43.37.
Money loaned on approved security.
j nnving nanu ror monthly deposits.
Houses built on the monthly Install
Twenty-third Series of Stock Is now
Ori'lCKItS-J. I.. McLean. Presi
dent: A. A. Wilder, Vice President;
C. It. Orny, Treasuier; A. V. Gear,
UlllECTOKS -I. I,. McLean. A.
A. Wilder, A. V. (Sear. C. II. Orny.
-I. I). Holt, A. W. Keeeh. .1. A. I.ylo,
jr.. J. M. i.iuie, u. a. iioyd.
A. V. OL'AH.
OHlce Hours: 12:301:30 p. m.
BISHOP & CO.
Sflvlncs npnnslffi u'lll I.a
received and Interest nllnweil W tl.o
Bank nt four and onc-hnlf per centj
Printed copies of tho Ilules nnd Reg
ulations may be obtained on applica
tion. Ofucc at bank bulldinc on Merchant
I1I8IIOP & CO.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital..., Veil 34,000,001)
Paid Fn Cniillnl 'i 18 nnn nnn
Reserved Fund n s'uiO0()n
II HAD OITICK. YOKOHAMA.
The Dank buvs .iml i-pppIh.u r,- ...,t.
lection Dills or Kxc hange. Issues Drafts
nnd Letters of Credit, and transacts a
general iiaiiicing liuslness.
On Fixed p..i- com
Deposit. ior annum.
ror 12 months 4
For B months ,-jj
For 3 months ;j
Ilianeh of the Yokohama Specie Hank.
New Republic Bid., Ill King Street
An article which has stood severe (
tests, aim which m be furnished
as wanted, In good condition.
Sample can be seen
at the store of
Lewers & Cooke,
Sole Agents. J
J. D. Jewett X
,. J. WILLIAMS
witcr Uolorn A
Agents, Brokers and Jobbers.
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN
H. P. BALDWIN President
J. H. CASTLE 1st Vice President
W. M. ALEXANDnR....2nd Vice Prei
J. P. COOKE Treasurer
W. O. SMITH Secretary
OEO. It. CARTER Auditor
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian" Commercial & Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Klhet Plantation Company, 1
Hawaiian Sugar Company,
Kahulul Railroad Company. '
The California and Oriental S, S. ct.
W. G. Irwin & Go
Western Sugar Refinery Company ot
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Phila
delphia, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), New York, U. S. A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertil
izers. Alex. Cross & Sons' hlgh-grado Fertil
izers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
ParafTlne Paint Co.'s P. & B. Paints and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oils,
raw and boiled.
Indurlno (a cold-water paint), In whlta
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime and
CASTLE & COOKE
The Ewa Plnntntlon Co.
Tho Wnlalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
Tho Wnlamca Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron 'Works. SL Louis. Ma
Tho Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
Tho Now England Life Insurance Co.
Tho Etna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
LIFE and FIRE
New England Mutual Lifb In
surance Co. of Boston.
tna Fire Insurance Compart
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. G. Irwin. .President and Mannger
Claus Spreckels Vlco President
V. M. Glffard.. Second Vlco President
H. M. Wnltney, Jr....Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Rosa , Auditor
AOENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
C. BREWER & CO., LTD.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co.. Onkala
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co.,
Makeo r.ug;ir Co., Hnleakala Ranch Co
Tho Planters' Lino of San Francisco.
Packet; Chas. llcrwer & Co.'s Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. E.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Wa
terhouse and Geo. It. Carter, Director,.
QUEEN ST., - HONOLULr .
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Palolso Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing .Machine, Etc
General Manacer of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United States for tho Ha
Office, : Merchant SL : Honolulu.
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