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EVENINO mJI.L-n.TIN. HONOLULU, H. T., TUESDAY. NOV. 19. 1901.
Published Every liny Except Sunday,
at 120 Kins Street. Honolulu,
T. It., by tho
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
WALLACE II. KARH1NOTON.. Editor
Entered at tho Post omco at Hono
lulu as second-clans matter.
l'er month, anywhere In U. S...I
lino innr nnvuhum 111 IT. S...
Per vear. ixisttiald. foreign.... 13.00
Pajable Invariably In advance.
Telephone . . .
Post omco Box
XOVEMIIEU 19 1901,
I.t Hung Chain, successor Is re-
polled ns a conservative. The next
thing of Interest about him Is whether
or not he Is owned by Ilussla.
Heturnlng Congressmen represent
the Philippines as a tough proposl on
that must be freed fiom the entangling
nlllnnces of politics. Hawnll In Us
present condition Is also a pretty tough I : , """" "" . u biiowb tne depths to which bur
oronoslHo because It Is all politics tlcJI1 p,lt on n l""' rampage and orce exalted Executive has actually
propositlonjiecniite It Is all pontics. ',,,,,,, , RI10mi0U9 ,sieputc. Thn! fallen, (hat up to this time no word of
' Thurston organ's rank dishonesty wns , rumonstrnnce has come from his tip
The proposal for a sjccdwny lu the , ,.Mlortl, nt thp tmo )ljr ,i,0 nctn. or0n?,"' , ,
direction of Wnlklki Is one thnt pleases T)0 ntnusliii? ))!irt of t which drills ' 8," DoI ,s n w""lnK monument to
all lovers of good horse llesh. It!,,, the distress of the Thurston aggro- I Lpri,!VihJ7rM!00
would also bo a good Idea to consign to. , , rc e , ,c j of''.V,0"- ,, If bov'nmi
this drlveany tho aggregation of in- ..Wo ;ollM 1)C vory millh , , t0; y" TJol'l "( nrab. '
lompetent hackm'n who scorn to think rt.c,,xe nlly ciment on may make." In tho eyes of those for whom I pro
public streets arc built for racing pur-. iins Tlitirslon or nny one else noted mo to write ho must ever appear as
I'oses. I nny comment made on (heir nttemnt , Ananias, tho resurrected.
s , tci discredit Humphreys or tho Attor-' '" foneluslon let me admonish tlm
Tho views of a Republican Senator , ncy General of the United States? Th.; JSJ'iS'nwr: otherwise. tho LS'XZ
fxpressed to tho llullctln are a falf
representation 01 me ranit huh nit i " ..oi ....on.,. ... ,, .,,., ...kuz,, ..,
oplnlona on present Tcirltorlal condl- respondents, to which It was promptly
tlons. financial and political. The neo. consigned when the Attorney Ocneral
pie of this Terrltoiy Irrespective ol
party favor a progressive admtnlstr.c j the President. The sllenl comment of
tlon fully within the province of th I contempt made by Washington cor
flovernor to give, nnd they won't rest, respondents carries Its own lessons.
satlsilcd till Ihey got it.
ssss i The leading feature of Injunction ,
Whin the planters bold nn executive
session to discuss the labor question,
tho general Impression (? it brand
that the planters are hatching some ilg
conspiracy to do up tho general labor
ing community. The nulletln bellevi
that nn open dli-cunslon in which opln
Ions are expressed and reasons for thi
opinion are given would serve a better
... . , ,
purpose and tecure a greater degree of
cooperation among all classes. Every
man In this Tenltory Is deeply Inter- puny last ovoniug puis your uverage tue 21th or September. Tno conven
sled In the labor question, but If It is kumaalim III a remlulsccut mood, tlon consists of twenty-two articles,
made Impossible for contending ole-! Tvvctvu veurs ngo the citizens of this ll10 1U of policing and municipally
ments to reason together, labor condl- Tcirllory asked the (5..v eminent tor'"VhlZu!i!!l ",?'' 0t .i'"
lions will mole sleudllv bihw worse Moled on against the onrioac iinenth V ,,nB ', .",n,lM d volvo "I""1 ,l,n
tlons will more Bteu.HH grow orsc. , ht Ahlalimt Jn(, , r ,y , ,.ltlMI11,. . Japanese, but tho purc.mo or the land
c. mmllteo the Iniinniiilntc Thurston J' ."? nr?nt 'W"th Ih to bo er-
The llullctln -ulmlts Its surnrlse at tlicu posing for the mcihaulc Vote r,',',,wJ '' CIiIim-pii ofllclnls who will
II J n -.rki ImnnLlMcn.. es In the Gov I "Uo us., 01 Iho fcdlowlng figures as to 't In perpotlll y lo tho .Inpaneso
tho marked Inioiiilstenc-le in tlio auv h j ,As to tho lemovnl of graves nnd
nernor's Inaugural and the flrst report Th(, 1'ccni,c,, cmitlosmcnt statistics '"i. the Chlneso nuthorltloB en
on tho affairs of tho Territory, called S)l0W t)mt )n ,1C tweuty-thioo years, saK to 'ni''oy their best omeos. tho
to Its attention by "American Median-1 rioni 1i;i; lo IKi9 tho Chliion' hnvo in ' Japanese Consul pajlng the expense
i-" Tiii untior will uni nitemiii in ... cionki.il nt uiwli n rniii fnim nlmnst "' lemovnl after consultation with the
.o-!- . t. .w.ii. nf ti. n...n.nnM THi tiiitiiiiii? iimf iiipv iinw iivx'n iioiii iii.il
report made by Acting Oovernor Coop-) h.t cent of the drivers' ..ceiiKes 1S.J mZ grou ni llw ll'L .',VoIm
i.. f...,- ,ii,. i,.,,.ri,.( ,.,. nf r-hi. I"'' cent or Iho dmy 1 censcH. 2fi.fi per " ', "'' ,' " ro" "" ' "'" "' need In
er In favor of the Import. . on of Chi- (jf h but,,,crJ. 1I(.eI1K,,8, 23.3 ..on; oft Intact. There a.c tho usual
neso labor is as thoroughly part and , .,, ,,, ,i,i.,ini ,, n 11. articles about extra-icirltor al Inns.
panel of Ooveinor Pole's opinions as 1 , ,,,11((.rti -ij ,r ccnt 0f n10 ,a,.k j. ' diction, nnd It is provided that in cases
tho inaugural address made Juno 11. cuim-k! ,18,'s per cent of Iho horsc-hir- .nf "-' -Inpanese subjects aro lno com
1D00. If the contention nude In the , liif licenses, S7 per cent wholesalo ' P'n'naiUn. Judgment sbnll bo delivered
Inaugural was true the statement lupUR licenses. 02 per cent of tho rn-) ' nllxt''1 vm"t nfter the Hlmnshal
t. l.d ... -.. ..- ... ...... P..1,
lloth documents place the Hole ni,.knt or the lestnumut and cotfeo shop
, , . ,, , 1 f 1 , ..1 censes, 01.S per cent or tho poili
ministration plainly on rec.r.T. They Ll)ttnili. Ulc.nHWf ,0 ,WP ccllt or' ,ho
will necessarily call for an explana- j ,EKe jdcHrrB licenses.
Hon from Congicss and seivo to com-1 There wero nt the tlirt of-making
plicate the situation, besides raising tl.is report 700 Hawaiian and whltci
serious question is to Hawaii's hou- mechanics and skilled laborcis and
esty In dealing with the Federal Gov-, r'o Chinese. Tho whole reply teems
ernment ' w"n "'ridiiies 011 tho methods of
' 1 Asiatics and the Inability of Anglo-
Opposition to Governor Dolo's policy
of appealing to pi hate Individuals tor
funds required by the Territory Is by
no menns ion fined to the Home Rulo
or Hnwatt-Amcrtcnn citizens of this
Territory. Governor Dole lias the le-
1r.1l me.iiia fur iiMiilnlnr fiui,' fit liU.llCe HclliU. Today, with Hll Aslatiu
disposal and ho refuses, with dogged
tenacity worthy of a better cause, lo
make u mj of legal means, but goes off
011 n tnngent of his own having many
precedents in the history of former
days In Hawaii, but none In American
States and Territories vvkose custom
arc supposed and most certainly should
rule the administration of this Terri
tory, (lovernor Hole Is not only alien
ating Hawatlau-Amerlrnns but also
the support of Americans who
bnvo obtained their knowledge and
formed their opinions of public ad
ministration by residence on tho Main
land, (lovernor Dole or any other Oov
ernor of this Territory cannot rldo
rough shod over the legal methods of
government without being called to
account tor It. Ho has foisted upon
the Republican party nn unnecessary
lsue which will work only towards de-'
In view of the threat to our main In
dustry contained in Cuban reciprocity
nnil tho ubsoluto necessity for Hawaii
to mako strong alliance with the forces
fighting tho reclpioclty scheme, the
Ilulletln has yet to be convinced thnt
Hawaii can aciompllsh anything but
loss of prestige and friends by making
u Btrugglu for the ndmissfon of Chinese
labor. The labor market of every
country on the globe but one is open
to us. Why should we enter upon an
endeavor to secure labor fiom tho only
country on earth whose labor Is now
excluded by law, and tho discussion of
whose exclusion In tho coming session
of Congress Is certain to cause n morn
or less bitter alignment of tho labor
vnto against those who advocate the
admission of Chinese whether to Ha
wall or to the. Mainland? Tho pie
moultor) murmuring of tho lines ot
Congressional debato Indicate thnt Ha
wull will need friends. Vo require the
support of friends for protection
against Cuban competition. It may to
posslhlo for us to gain everything;
protection from free Cuban sugars on
one hand and Chlneso labor on tlm
other, jet tho alignment of Cnngrcs
slonal and popular farces la not such
as to give this assurance. 1'Tom
present Inllcatlons It appears that Ha1
wall must decide which of two favors
it most desires, continued tariff duties
on Cuban sugar or the admission of
Chinese labor for agricultural Indus
THI1 FIRST COMMENT.
"The answer of Judge Humphreys to
Attorney Ocneral Knox having at
tracted much attention and quotations
from It having been nindc by many
newspapers, tho facts may bo worth
your attention at this time. We would
bo very much pleased to receive any
comment you may make."
This messaged printed In piomlncnt
typo and pasted to n spvclnl Humph
reys edition of the Advertiser, Sept. 21,
1901, was forwarded to the various
newspaper correspondents In Wash
ington and presumably to leading
newspapers of tho States. This edl-
tlon contained a dispatch published In
In prominent place dealing with charges
made against Judge Humphreys by ono '
ioopcr i)i Arizona, inn iiispnicn was
originally published by tho Advertiser
Apill. 1900, at the specific request
of Judge Humphre.vs. It having been
t .... .. .. ..... i
" taZT Z Z SS't'
,hc " niplilcs was seeking nit,.dy politic."
appointment as Judge. The charge NouIt, pcntluicntB these, nnd dellv-
I"n,, uv ,1iIk ,nim Cooper wero fully , cud with such forceful expression that
disproved, but tho obvious Intent of the cue can hardly believe that tho person
AiliftHlini, n-na In rnnfu tlm InmrMaliin I (lfll PflllC llll. Rfltiin f-milil nv-., nllnit,
mt ,, ,,,. ,, tlie ch '.
talBf. tlim,m brougllt t0
public notice In April of 1901. about tho
tlmo when Thurston's Il.ir Assocla-
special iinnipnrc) cuiuou reposes in
made his repoit and It was endorsed by j
piocecdlngs these das Is the rapidity
with which workmen race to get ahead i
of the Injunction.
FM DOlTS Mill
'.veiling llullctln: Reading
Hip resolution!! tinssoil ut tho mass
"e n solutions paci ui ino mass ,
n.eetlng of tho Home Rule l.epithllcan.,
lllll Illlri'MIiIIIIlKf llf'IMIHI'H. .M.I lllr 1
Sii.xons to competo with them
, . ., .1.1 ,iv, V
That the conditions or 1 8W have be
inn ftitnnalMn.l ntiil II,.. fmmiuil lln
, ...... n.. v.. ...... .... v...,.v... u umoiiiii 10 oniy 4,;iw,vuu yon. Thus
Increased during thin period ot twelvo ' xltl i,anK r Japan has to tako up ft,
years Is best illustrated by tho met or..,000 yen. Tokjo Hiibuilbed 3.5IU.
lint la mil, with an Aslntle popula- imq j.t.n; nna o8avni Koto. Nagoyu
tion of 27.0UO. 21.000. or thice-louilhs. ,.. ,' ,,u. ,!,,,,..;.,... ."..r.f"
were cmpiowu on plantations ana in.tmm nii..,,,,. n, , .11.. 1...
l"lulnttou or 90.00O, loss than B0 per '
Jiiut are in enne and rice Holds.
by aid those who had to stand thej I ,,r Yokohama, tho Mltsu Ilishl Hank,
b: unt of Asiatic competition vleld.tbo Miuui Rank, tho Klftoouth Dank,
tr.ch loyal support to tho oligarchy the First Hank, tlm Hundredth Hank
ir uM'L . , . ... ... ""' ()sRla Savings Hank and the Nip-
ll II IVnH tint In lnl tl... timlnolt,,. I . .... r
If It was not to get tho protection
of tho Exclusion Act under tho United
States laws, what else could It have
I say without fear of contradiction
that tho entire support ot the annexa
tion movement at Honolulu was yield,
ed the 1'iovlslonal Government with
well-defined ideas on tho part of tho
rank and file, as to consequent coudl
Judging from the language, be used
In his Inaugural address, jiino 14, J 1)00,
Sunford 11. Dole, (lovernor of this Ter
ritory, must have been, at least up to
that time. Imbued with tho same hones
nnd anticipations of tho rank and Ilia,
or was It'o rllt of reason Illumining a
waning intellect nt sight of the symbol
ol liberty and equality going to tlie
flagstaff on the Kxecuttvu building 011
that fateful clay?
Whatever tho cause of Inspiration.
fieio Is what ho said on our labor and
"Tho pressing demands of agricul
tural corporations for cheap field la
bor, together with their great Influ
ence, will continue ns In thu past to
bo an obstacle to tho dovolopment or
sifcli u citizen population as shall
safeguard the political future of Ha
waii. Tho two enterprises aro mutual
ly hostile. The one Is Interested In
men and maclijnc-s; thu other as fac
tors In tho development of tho State.
"As the control of such corporations
gindunlly passes Into thu hand ot
those who are without tho restraining
Influence of local and tradltlonul as
sociations, and are not Interested In
tho social growth of tho Hawaiian
community, this danger may become
moio threatening than heretofore.
"Every one who Is resident here,
not merely to amass wealth, but to
live a homo llto, and peiluipH to bring
up children who will necessarily bu
tome attached to the country, Its cli
mate and Its social life, Is most vital
ly Interested In having this matter
lightly solved. Tlila means that It
.hall not only bo posslhlo but sctlled
boyoud nil cpicstlon, that no monoyed
Interest shall bo allowed to slaud In
he way of a puro famny 11 fo In any
part of tho Territory of Hawaii, eith
er by tho enforcement of unfavorable
conditions upon tho Hold laborer,
whereby family life Is mrtclo morally
Impossible or only immorally possible,
or by opposing thu settlement of the
.mall proprietor: Indifference of gov
irnment or employers to tho Inallcn
able rights of men, women and chil
dren to an Ideal ho 3 environment
must result, sooner or later, In the
reprisals of natural Jusitco,
"Our shores and mountain slopes
offer a fertile soil and an Infinite va
riety of landscape, sufficient and suit
ublo for tho homes of such citizens
and enough of them as shall assure
honest and capable government and
statehood In duo time. '
"Tho land policy of the Ilcpubltc of
Hawaii, whereby public lands nre
opened for settlement in small hold
ings, should bo continued by tho Ter
ritory with such changes as experi
ence has shown to bo necessary, and
rarrtcd on with vigor nnd earnestness
In tho hopo that many Americans may
be led to transfer their homes from
the Mainland to Hawaii.
"This future Is something to work
lor, wisely nnd persistently,
' t urmrlaltrlirml ninl u Ml tw.t ntklun tnm
,no ,(lca, un,cgs ,myg (o ,,0 Lc,
convince It Hint It will pi
nar to do
this. In dollars and In tho higher vol
ties also; and In tho meantime let tho
dtlzcn and his representative aim to
timlfmr .tnfni nrla.i Irnm .t.ilt.i 11,..
such n report as went to Washington
irlherert by his Acting Cooper, to bo
mode for the Governor of this Terrt.
cn mechanics and laborcis will Join
wiut ine llnvvallan-Amei leans and
"raise" something else than "cano."
I-or tho civilisation of my forcfath
cm AMERICAN MECHANIC.
Honolulu, November, lwi.
Yokohama. Nov. 9. It was announc
ed a fow iIjvh ago thnt nn urrangement
bad boon olfected between China and
Japan for u special Jupanesu settio
ment at Chunking. "TIiIh Is not a new
question. A giant of laud for n set
tlement at that placo formed part ot
tllfl IIIMI-Pim'nt r-iuiflllitr... I.ntt. ...... I
inma mill Japan niter tho war of
'"" ' "ll1 uic nciiuii convention re
u(iB to (h() il(,tt,,IU,lll n1, , ,
(0I1 r Hiu. wt,ro ,tt to,,,.!,,,)! lmt
f 'liltlt.Lii nlllnlnlu 4J1.....I.I It l. .1
""" liin lun. tijiuillU II UU lUIinil
Yokohama, Nov. 9. Subscriptions
I"" ""- "".! "niouiB issue 01 ion
million yon worth or exchequer bills
I ..... . . . .......
Inr- ,.r nil ll- ff..,.o .. 1..
2t,.0W) yen. The subscribers lor over
I 011,1100 yen vvciu only tlm tipeclo bank
pon Yuson Knlsha.
KOREAN LOAN SECURITY
Yokohama, Nov. 8. Tho proposed
loan of live million 3 en by a su-call'.'d
Trench syndicate to the Korean Coy
1 rumen t seems to hnvo ow.ed Its fail
ure to tho Inability of tho Kn.vuus in
furnish any appreciable sccutit). They
offered thu Seoul-WIJu inllwaf In iln.
first Instance, lint tho Seoul-WIJu
railway is a property with very doubt
fill prospects, its 1 utiii u being or a
strategical rather than a commercial
character. Tho Korean f!o eminent
was willing to give n guaruntei.
amounting to 200,000 .yon annually, by
way of Intuieet on Iho canltni davnled
1 111 1110 consu-iiction or tlm road.
as that sum would not bnvo sulUct-d
even for tho purposo to which It was
ilcstluii.I. nnd there woulii not have
been any provision ror a sinking rund.
tho proji-of necessarily loll through.
Then a mining concession was Hug
gested as security; but since tlm
worth nl a mine cannot bo estimated
without working It. tho syndicate was
naturally unwilling to treat that prop
osition KcilouHly. Tlioiit Kimnlncd thu
customs revenue, wnlch would havo
been tho host security ol all. Without
Mr. Mcl.envy Iliown's consent, how
over, tho customs revenue could not
bo hypothec atod, and his .content
scorns to havo pioved unobtainable.
Perhaps tlm commlkslonor'H obiluruc
In thnt matter accounts for tho soniu
what truculent pressure to which bo
was BUbJocted. Thus tlm loan loll
through owing to tlm old-fashlono-i
difficulty want of bccuilty. ,
Mrs. Cornelius Vnnderbllt will give
to the Newport hospital a new build
ing ns a memorial of Cornelius Van
derbllt. Tho building will enable tho
hospital to provlda at a moderate cost
prlvato rooms for tho poorer class of
patlcntB who may require bucIi accom
modation. One story will be used for
this purpose, and one for tho out-patient
department, which has been vory,
successfully opernted, as far as accom
modations would permit, for some
time. Tho building will be constructed
of the same materials: and on tho earns
general plan as tho building already In
existence, except that It will be a two
Instead of a one-story structure.
inn new in
I 11 BY BANKS
,..,. .,,, .,,,.. i, 1 i-'.ovi.i Jin uvinru 1
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
The Correct Vehicle for Ladies' Driving !
Duplicate ot Prize Winner, Paris Exposition, 1900.
Style, Comfort, Finish, Quality.
C11AS. r, MERRICK
185 Mci-cliont St.. next
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Great Reduction in Prices
having made large additions to our machinery, we are
now able to launder
spreads, sheets, pillowslips,
table cloths, - table napkins,
and towels ::::::::
at the rate of 25 cents per dozen, cash, satis
factory work and prompt delivery guaranteed, no fear of
clothing being lost from strikes, we invite inspection of our
laundry and methods at any time during business hours.
Ring Up Main 73
and our wagons will call for your wdrk.
CORNER KING AND
PAY DS A CALL.
YOUNG PKOIM.L'H UNION.
The regular bl-mmuhly meeting of
tl;u Young 1'eopln's Union wan held Inst
evi-iiliig In the Methodist chinch.
'I here wui a largo attt'iiilitiico. A new
Christian nuduivm- Society was fnim
til at i'uiilou l.i ot Suiul.iy and It was
represent! d for thn Hist lime at lust
night's meeting. Tlm following pin
giam was giveu;
Song M-rvlce. Jed h Tlieo, lllcli.irds.
Opening prajcT. by Hev. .Mr. l'earson.
llolleiill resiKiiiso by presidents of
Twenty-thlid I'snlin In various lan
guages. Address, by llov. Mr, Muckley,
Testimony meeting, led Theo, ltlcli
aids. Song, "Ood bo With You Till W
Meet Again." ,
Benediction Rev.-W. K. Iino. j
Persoially Selected in Europe
Just arrived and being placed on
cur shelves daily, CHINA, MA
JOLICA, BOHEMIAN, GLASS,
METAL, TERRA COTTA WARES,
STATUARY, ETC. Choice new
stock of FINE CUT GLASS.
Selections may be reserved for
CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
to Strmficnvvnld Building.
Daintiest nnd prettiest Ico crenm
parlors on tho Island, and conducted
lu first-class manner.
ICE CREAM, SODA, OYSTERS,
To.t. Coneo, Chocolate, Ktc.
Hleetilu fans generously distribut
ed mako tho plnco cool and comfort
able, and tho now bcnutlrul furniture
Blvvb It n touo of splendor.
DORIC SAIL TONIGHT.
Tint Htcanier Doric nrrlNcd fiom the
Oileiit this moinliig niter .i trip ut
ten dii)n. Alter leaving Yokoliamu
tho whnvI had he,idena all tho way
to poit. Sho Imu u gioiit many cnblu
pasHPiigriH lor thu Coast and brought
wvi'inl lor this poit.
In the Htcoiugo thoie aro 133 Japs
who count hero sunkliiK employment.
Her Height for this poit Is tho largest
i'er hi ought heio hv her and coubUIs
of llS'i tons of goods, most of which Is
lite, I'm Situ KiauclKcu uho lias a
liM'go cargo of vice also. She Is billed
to hall for thu Coast this evening ul
s o'clock, bul It Is thought that sho
v. Ill nut U-iitu much before 10 o'clock,
ii.i thn gnat amount of freight to bo
handled will delay her. ,
Homo people do not mind Ood know.
iiiK of thqlr misdoings, but they dread
Wm. O. Irwin
Claiis Spreckels & Co.
8n Francisco Agents The Ne
vada National Dank of San Francisco.
San Francisco Tho Nevada Na
tional Dank of San Francisco.
London Tho Union Dank of Lon
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' National Dank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Drcedner Dank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hohg-kong-Shanghal
New Zealand and Australia Dank
ot Now Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Dank of
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made on
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Dills of C
chango bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
BISHOP & CO.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Businrsa.
Commercial nnd Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued, available
in all tho principal cities of the
Interest allowed after July 1,
1S9S, on fixed deposits 7 day
notice 2 per ccnt. (tlii? form will
not bear interest unless it remains
undisturbed for ono month), 3
months 3 per cent., 0 months 3 1-2
per cent, 12 months -1 per cent.
Pioneer Building and Loan
A8SET8, JUNE iJ, 1901, $80,043.37.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Saving Dank tor monthly deposits.
Houses built on tho monthly Install
Twenty-third Series of Stock Is now
orKICCIlS J. L. McLean. Presi
dent; A. A. Wilder, Vice President;
C. II. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear,
DIHECTOnS J. L. McLean. A.
A. Wilder, A. V. Gear. C. D. Gray,
J. D. Holt. A. W. Keech, .1. A. Lyle,
Jr., J. M. Little, U. S. lloyd.
A. V. GEAD.
jQffice Hours; 12:301:30 p. w.
BISHOP & CO.
Savings Dcposlta will be
received and Interest nlloncd by the
Dank nt (our and ono-hnlt per cent
Printed copies of tho Itulcs and Reg
ulations may be obtained on applica
OlDce at bank building on Merchant
DISHOP & CO.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Cupltal.... Yen 24,000.000
ram up capital Yen 18,000,000
Hehcrvcd Fund Yen 8,510,000
HEAD OKKICE, YOKOHAMA.
The Rank buys and receives for col
lection Dills of Exchange, issues Drafts
nnd Letters" of Credit, and transacts a
general hanking business.
On Fixed Per cent
Deposit. Per annum.
For 12 months 4
For C months 3
For 3 months 3
Branch of tho Yokohama Specie Dank.
New Republic Bid., Ill King Street
ATTRACTIONS FOR THIS SEASON
Wherever noultlos. inro luxuries
lor your tuble. wuio to ho found, thu
dcllcncii'S ol all climates, thoy have
Iteeii pmebased and lomurded to Ho
nolulu. Whatever was new for youi' table,
our tooMiiK, tho llttlii conveniences
loi our kitchen, your bath-room, lour
Ileie you'll find tho laroBt soaps,
brushes nnd hath accessories; all that
is late and new m tho world of fash
ion. At this season wo aro receiving new
Preserves, Bon Boos
Honey Cake, Figs
, Dinner Favors
Lewis & Co.
240 Three Telephones 240,
1060 Fort Street
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOND BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
FIN4H0 AL AGENT '
402 JUDD BUILDING
Architects, Contractors and guilder.
Edward R. Swain,
ITANOENWAID BID,, NOHOlUtU
V. HOFFMANN. J. F. RILEY.
Hoffman & Riley
P. O. Bot 160
Ooo. WAPago. TeL 22
F, W. Dcardalce. P. O. Dox T7
BBARDSLBB db PAOB
Architects and Builders.
Office, Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. H.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
OF ALL KINDS.
. Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen 5fc Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brick and wooden buildings, alas
Office and residence, 312 Queen St,
near Government building
M. R. BERTELiVlAIVS
18 - MOVED
To rear ot old stand. Entrance on
King street. Orders left at either shop
or offlce at John Nott's store. Kins
street; will receive prompt attention.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. Schaefer.
Kukui St., Near Nuuanu.
ON.DRAUGHT AND IN-BOTTLE.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. I
opposite the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprletots of the popular
The puro julco of tho grapofrult The
most healthful, Invigorating and re
freshing fruit preparation known.
RING UP TEL. MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co.,
Sole aeonts for the Territory of Ha
waii. Olllco and Works. 601 Fort St..
Honolulu, T. of II.
P. O. box 4(12. Island orders solic
ited. The Fountain
MINERAL AND SODA WORKS.
Glnoer Beer, Birch Beer, Hire's Rcot
Beer, Cream Soda, Wild Cherry, Or
ange, Raspberry, Strawberry, Saroapa
rllla. Vanilla Cream, Lemon, Ginger
Ale, Apple Cider, Pineapple, Peach
Champagne, Orange Champagne, Kol.i
Champagne, Pear Champagne, Cider
and Soda Cocktails.
Mineral Waters Carlsbad, Con
gress, Llthla, German Mineral Water,
ocuier, vicny ana rure Distilled Wa
ter from the Barnsttad 6111, Boston,
for family and medical use a specialty.
Brews and Aerator! Aar Kn ....
doz. Distilled Water In 3-gallon dem-
ijonni, iuc per gallon and 60c charge
on demijohn until returned.
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock und Dond
Edward Poliitz & Co..
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chase and sale ot Hawaiian Sugar
Stook. Loans Negotiated.
Eastern 'and Foreign Stocks ant
Bonds. 403 California St.,
San Francisco, Cal-