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RVRNINO BTn.TiKTIN, HONOLULU, II. T., FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1902.
COUKAGU TO SPUAK.
TO PIJOTBCT TUB PKfcSIDLN I'.H
Architects, Contractors and ulldtr
Published Kvery Day Kxcopt Sunday,
at 120 King Street, Honolulu,
T. H by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
The effort to discredit n man's Re
publicanism on account of nn accept
ance to speak at a gathering called tu
endorse the President's nttltude to
ward Hawaii la an exhibition of tlin
btnutlful Insularity of Bomo political
views In Hawaii. The chargo is made
WALLACE It. FAUIUNOTON.. Editor tat ., ucpubllcans arc asked to
Knlcred tu tho Post Otllco at Uono-1 I'k at the Home Rule meeting In
lulu as second-class matter. I ruder that the authorities In Washing-
" ton may be misled. Granting that this
SUU&cnil'nON HATUS. I might be true it Is a severe reflection
rcr montli, nnywliero in u. a.. . .is ,p0 flip good sense of Washington au-
Per year, nnywliero In U. S... 8.00
t'er year, postpaid, forolgu.... 13.00
Paynblo lnarlably In ndvance.
1W Olllee Hox 718
.JANt'AIlY 3, 1902.
One of the thltiRS the new Confess
Villi be called upon to do Is to provide
better protection for the President of
the United States by tho enactment of
laws deterrent of anarchistic assault
upon the Chief Executive. As Solid
toi General Rlehnrds said in Philadel
phia the other day, the President of
tho United States must be protcctea
by United StatcB laws.
Wo think It Is possible to do this
directly, without the roundabout pro
cess of amending the constitution, so
as to bring an offense against tho per
fun of the President within tho defini
tion of treason. In theory, tho Presl-
thorltles to credit them with being so
weak and lacking In political Insight
as to be blinded by such n plan. A
Catherine of citizens to endorse tho
President's attitude toward Hawaii will "tnt is oniy n euizen aim is suujcci 10
be taken in Washington for Just what the laws of the several States, wher
I' Is wotlh-an expression of good will. ccr he may be, like any other. Hut
It can make no difference what party I 'n fact he Is more than a citizen In that
"" 1 calls the meeting or who presides ho stands Tor tlio autliorlly or tno on-
Kcwalo In Its present condition Is a Thurston's Idea seems to be that Markj tire citizenship of all the States, and
menace to every business Interest of. Hnnna, for Instance, would spurn tho. he should bo surrounded with protec
thls city If not tho Islands at large.' ,Ca of speaking nt a meeting of Popu-' "nn running everywhere, Into every
If the money for Improvement Is not i lists or Democrats or SlUer Rcpubll- bailiwick, In tho Republic.
In the Treasury It Is the duty of the ' cans called for the purpoie of endors- 't Is no derogation of the rights of a
Goernor to use ccry legal means at ng President Uooseelfs message to. sovereign stato to make a Federal law
his command to provldc'the coin. -Tho Congress. Yet Thurston knows full nn attempt upon tho life of tho Presl
Governor hns the power to act. He cau well how utletly false arc his coutcn-, ''"nt Punishable by a hcaWcr penalty
gain nothing by delays. tlons. He believes the only place for than tho short term In Jail or In prison
' I endorslug Roosevelt Is at a small meet- prescribed for "assault with Intent to
Thurston opines that It Is the Third Ing of the elect or possibly at the scs- kill-" No reasonable man could ob
Circuit Judgeship Kopofkal Is after, slon of a polltlcnl Sunday school. It Is Jcct to this, and we think no reason
May It please the court, what has Judge the same old story, neither Thurston able Interpretation of tho fundamental
Kdings done to Incur the disfavor of nor his gang will do anything but bit- law would declare It to bo unconstltu
ihn niUflnl pnnir? Tlin imsslbllitv of tcrly antagonize any measures or any tlonal.
Kepolkal's appointment has caused men seeking to draw voters to tlio He- as me mauer smmis luuuy, hip
such a panic In the ranks of the elect publican party and working for a President might be assassinated In anj
that they have oUdently become very peaceful amalgamation of political one of several States, and his murderer
much mixed In their locations.. j forces. Thero Is no law and no cus- j he spared to llvo out his days In prison
1 torn requiring any man to speak at i or perhaps be pardoned by somo gov-
Mthotich the Imnresslon nrealls I'bH- meetings, but he who fcara to! "nor. Or an assault upon tho Presl-
Alinougn me impression prevails . . ' ,!( wlilM, tvmimto.1 )..., ,11.1 nnt bill
th-it thp lllicrliin rnllwav is nracttcallV "I'lUK uremwc "in nunm ui nci iiinj - - - " -
mecZrTi -Interpreted Is a mora, coward.) might give tho perpetrator only five
London Times shows a good two years' , "' K""18 n" l"'" ' u.m.SiUU
work ahead before vi.o road will ap-1 nor anions IHsfollovvmcn.
proach ,i lair degree of perfection. The
transcontinental trip can now be made
but not with such ease as to commend. ... ... ,
Itsnir e-crent to tlie most hardv traveler. I A lln8 ute" Pointed out In these col
DURING - THE - HOLIDAYS
GHIiliT TIIC INVASION.
I umns the so-called "American Inva
I slon" of Gicat llritaln by American
years In prison.
This Is a condition which Congress
ought to change, as It has the right to
TIIU ROOM IN III! AVON.
Taking a verso from Revelation as
the basis of compulation, home Indus-
Governor Dole says that a discus- ,.,mi,,,i citi ...maimi r,ir mum fours
slon of tlio steps necessary to develop at lome tiau nuroail. The thoughtfuli l' '''"' ""! piobably uneasy rollow has
the Territory on "th.dltlonal Ameil- men ol arcat rltlllll arc vtirumlng t" le
can lines" has "relation to the official Ulc 10ar(1 of Amerlcan capital even l , 1 ho Now Orleans 1 linen-
discretion of the Territorial executive u n8 , not ,11R lnre tl.o j STS ,Sto5.. .'1 l rniu
I his sounds very much as though the investment of Drills!! money in Am-'tho city with the reed, 12.UUU lurlons.
uuvernur hnurs iiiiubvii kuik- i mi rrlcan enterprises. The Loudon Times I he lengtli and the ureadui tnu i.iu
events It would bo Interesting and In-..,, rn,.,.nt issue savs: lielght of ll aro cipia.. ilu concludes
structlvo If he would explain where. I Hull, this ropiosuub a space ol 4u'J,-
ti-nriitlnnnl American llnra ran tins-, "There Is needless alarm In somo ,(,u,u&&,, u .o.u.uuu.uuu cumc leo.. 'lac
slbly lnterfeio with his opinions or l"aHers over the American Invasion, cmuipiiiiiiij Buuibtician to.H noiuc
ofllclal discretion l la forgotten that we are alvvavs in-, ono i.ail in this space lor tuo throne
I vadlng other people In Just the samo m'J tlio limit ol neaveii, nnu iiiivlum
I way. in every corner of the glolio "' Glance lui-sueo.s. wnieli vvonlu
Miporimenuom iio.vus siaum-ni in nilllstl ,.atal ,3 ucstcd and Uritlsh , , i. a i u . ..V.i ...... I i. .i'" .
nffah. In his department rlnws 1.1m ,...',. "JiM'.iU.Uuo cubic lew. He then pin
to be .uaking e-ery doJ.ar nt .., Rut wV et to be" ,a WXi
tlio atlon ,if Immmnnipntti lu llmltpil ... ... ... ....... ...
"v -- ' - enierpiising ni iiome, ami me men-1 uoi siiuaie, anil tins process gives
only by the Territorial lack of funds ,.u18 ha(, follnj lt out ror )Ur own i,itu 5ii.WI,8l3.7CH.Oio.iiiHl moms ul tho
wlilcli treasurer vv rigni sn8 win ue rar, wc wc,.onip (ler cooperatlun. 'e liwlliated. He then pioceeds upon
still more ilenrekSlnc when tho next .. ,.,. ,,.. ,.i,, i.-iii,, i, the lipotlic8lii that tlio vvoild now
quarter begins. If the Governor would , , ,, , , d "' wliV nlwvsln MVi'mm','! . 'i';1
useoen tithe the energ In theadmlnls ,',.,.. .....eriorltv nrevents ,.J "' ' nlw"1,,, ltnll ,JW'00.(ll") Inhablt-
irnfiin nr l.lsnmin tint U dUnlive.l bv 1 insui.ir superiorly prevents iim,ants. and that a. geneiatlon lasts lor
trnt.on or Ills olllie tn.it .s unpu)i.i iiy fom rarn , inspect on of what I mrtv-tlireo and one third vears vvhlcii
the heads of Important d-Tar n.ents ,, m atlnK. tl.e best thing pos- gives a i,,."" t ...mb.'r .V InhabUnnts
the Territory would not sutfiv rrom a ,,,, for lhn ,s ,hat olIlpr 1)top)a , ..very lentury of 2.2!)i.U(ili.00il. He as-
nnanelal blockade. I should come here and do things under su,n llmt "'o woild will stnnd 10UU
! i-L-iuurirs, or iiiii.uou
- on tiiu - -
EVERY DAY : :
we are allowing
Wood - -
- - - Glass
not before display
ed in Honolulu.
P. R. ISENItnnG, PrcHldent.
C. P. IIERRICK, Mnniificr.
his nose. Resides, If one thinks of it,
' I mill nlln n Inlnl .. O il-l.i ii ft. 1 .,,.n .,...
The proposal to allow members of the Americana really owe us a good n," ,,.....' ,... ...',.' .-:..'. "".'. "'"""
.- .... ..... l .1, . .. . . ... . ... -. , itiKumiumn IUI llim IM'lKMl III 111H0
In Btjly, clcfinnt In finish, llht und
eouy running, nrc the lcmlln cluir
nctcrlBtlcH ol our vcIiIcIch. Neither
time nor expense Is Hpnrcil In their
conKtructlon, mil the result Is ns tine
und well hullt ii line of vehicles miule.
CKAS. F. HERRICK CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
ISB Alerclinnt 8t., next to Stanacnvvold Bulldlnd.
tho Territorial lonvcntion to nom turn or tno sort, wo mint many 01 id, i,,.n r,.,,ri,M h,,. ,rallri. ..
proxies In tho Republican Terrltolal t their railways for them, and lost nu ' iliislon tliat ir loo worlds of the hame
i onimltteo can only result In more con- small amount of money bj the opera- size and ilinatliiii. and containing the
ruslon nau more iiuiiuiiai sirue. u uon. u 13 oniy lair uiai mey siiouin " i-i in niiiuiiiiaiiiH, huoiiiu , its c? a. r
political peaie is desired the Terrltor j energize our operations a little, though ' il",m all the Innauliants. tliei.-. IllC OCQSOn S LiQtCSt CP62 tlOFI S
! . ... ... . .. . .' .... .. .. .... Would 1111 lllfltn Minn 111. ow.ni.. ..r .1... - - w x m J
lal committee will puce mo eioscsc we nave no uesire in me world mat ' ,. ..,,.,,, ,i r ,. i ;'
limitations upon tho proxy privilege. ' thejr experience here should be as un-, LTl. u't Ulm' , BTnU7X,ut he
No member should lie allowed to hold' pleasant as that of many a Rrlttjh In- iBizi. or luaven. They have piobably
more than two proxies and outsiders vcfclor in wild-eat lines over the water 'always felt that thero would be ample
ought to be barred. Any member of They lire reallj doing verj well Just loom lor those who would be nblo to
tho committee wlul Is unable to fulfill now. They are setting up a magnlfl- ,,.,"' " n ln('k ,,r l0"in wen- pos-
tho duties of his position and must cent electrical factoiy In the north: i "! , . " ""'"vine order or things, It
forever be represented by proxies they aie pushing that electrification of , mSJ'!'.'.. !i ' at "' 0""''' l"nc.
ought to have .undent rega.d for the the fndwg.ouud which has been 1-rom- jr!;;;j;i7,;;;""j;"t'",;1i'
welfare of the party to give way to one ijed to long, they are Intel estlug , lnm never lieen n matter of serlou"
who can do the work. l themselves in 'tubes': and the account , eonsldeiatlon with men who hnve
we publish today of the new telephone I Paused long enimgli In the whlil ol
c-.inr tn.ln Is nut iiltocether "ervlie in London shows that Amerl- 'v1,'"i" '" "lt,('''n'e on the blessings
Senator -olo Is not a totetner .,rhn.l ..r.. Inrelv "' '"" to follow a llle of r..Bht.
pleased wltli ins position aim reuii.a-, - . -; .ousness. The main uuestlon. and tlm
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Collections carefully attended to.
Kxchango bought and sold.
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Interest allowed on term deposits at
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Six months, at 3 1-2 per cent.
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Manngo estates (real and personal).
Collect rents and dividends.
Vnluablo papers, Wills, Ronds, etc.,
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Auditors Tor Corporations and Pri
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Statements of Affairs prepared.
Trustees on Bankrupt or Insolvent
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Architects nnd Builders.
Offlco, Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. II.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
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OF ALL, KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal,
Allen db RobltiHon,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDErl
for brick and wooden buildings, alti
Office and residence, 312 Queen St,
M. F. BBRTELiVlAIN'S
16 - MOVED
To rear ot old stand. Entrance ob
King Btrcet. Orders left at either shop
or offlce at John Nott's store, Klni
street, will receive prompt attontlon.
Deer and Wine Dealer.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
W. M.Cunningham. Jno. Schaefer.
Kukul St, Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTL.
Uon as spokesman for the President. "7 " '"'" "' '' noi,P In which all m en mosl
He lin.li that he gets little ciedlt forountry has done a giea deal to shake .,.,.,,. , l0 , ' " t c on
. iiiv ,,f hi. ,,n L...n,l ideas ! the world, but In its domestic affairs ,Rl,0,tost. .gt n,i r,,'i w ,, ., ,
while the President's enemies watch, " nml a Kotl ,,oal nf 'aklng up lt-iililicrent language, they wont to know
Jm closely for any error which they , '' rf J''"'V ";ln; for t he '.w t w
Immediately credit as coming from ""-'","--.""-; tlmt ...-- v- "; - " -"" i
Lorfgo llnds Him- -"; """" """-" l" "V it ,.i ,m " ""..,,; .'".";
ot interests cannot rail to uravv tno :...'" -, "- ui iiriniui)f
Rnrc Coiiililiiatloiis In Eciinomy nnd Style.
A. A. MONTANA,
Lending I)rcKKiiinklii House mill Millinery I'nrlurti.
Arlington Itlock, Jlutcl Kt. II. P: DAVISON, Mnnugcr.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
229 Queen St., Honolulu, H. 1
headquarters. Thus Lodgo
malt ..nntlntttilli hnrneofl nml embar-
rassed by his supposed nearness to the Anglo-Saxon nations closer together."
Tresldcnt. He Is constantly beset by There is not a nation of tho globe
schemers who seek his Influence and that would view with disfavor the
If any favor Is granted the President pnerglzlng of Its Industries by Amerl-
gets all tho favorable mention. Lodge can capital. A recent telegraphic dls-
Is In the same unhappy position as patch represents the llritlsn merchants
Senator Ilanna during McKlnley's oBl- an In a Hurry of excitement over tha
advances Americans are making In
niiiwjiii urn me niriows winch now
maik the face of uneasy sinners.
THE HII1EBIAN RAILWAY.
M. Wltto has Bent to the Czar tb
"On May 19, 1691. vour Majcstj. at
Ylnillvnfttnk tni-tin,! t. 1,1. ..nt.- n...
their markets but II Is safe to predict ,,, le . gfJ. ()f ,. ' . .. '
Th. A,K-nrtlspr' sinrcestlon of J. A. 'hat this feeling will soon wear off. , n-n,.. n.,,, ..
Oilman for the Republican candidate to The next huo and cry we are likely to ()f ucc,.Sbloll t0 ,0 , ono
succeed the late Representative Gil- "ear Is from Americans crying out ,,, ,.,, Ab, (, ; ,
Allan Is not without points which ap- ngalnst tho capitalist, who are Invest-1 ,,,,.,, , , ' lo
peal to tho good Judgment of tho peo-1 "S me r money . uroau vv.ie, ...ere MuJeaty from tll ,, of ,
.. . , i ....... I. nrn Kiifli irnl AmIiIu flip ilpvplnnnipnt . . . ,..
pie. Jir. unman uas ui-eii uiui i.uv. . -- - -- -- -----.--..., nly 10VIU cnKratulat on on this his.
au ardent supporter of the present within our own national tohflnes. Af- 1rJc ,,,, w, h ,
Territorial policy, ho Is personally ter iIIIimM, It Is Clr at llritaln and ,,,, f ,
friendly wljh the Governor and Is well Great Ilrl all. alouo tlu Is reaping the Ul0 Tl.auBliaku ,orrltory t0 via dlvos-
. .' . . . i ii. i-AU'iinl if tlin tutor unn liii'mlAcii I " ' " '""",un
i. i.A TliPKft p.itiltnllRla nrn fnrtiluhlnfr mpniiu -.
wouia commanu me Hiiiipun .u "",;""",",, V . ll, aianrliiirla is pract ca y, though not
party organization and his canvass as' for Hrltlsh labor and the next thing . , , ,0,iuded. No withstanding
against Prince Cupid would make a e know the Aral class American ,, , , TOBj,,lo,n'11na3
sirnlchtforward flchT and give a true workmen will he following capital , ,, ' , .. 'u'". .
opposite the R. R. depot.
Oilman Is a "cioss the water to energize Hrlllsli ,. ,,. , "...-"
hard party worker, knows tho district Indurtry that It may the better ho able j fom ,,," VYarrlcd on ton, thi
test of public sentiment
0nd could make favorable a canvass -"P V American prodi.ts In , , ,,-. , , -q
aa any man whom the Dole wing can
Tho special election In tho Fourth
District will call for some of the sharp
est canvassing tho Republican party
has ever undertaken. The vote for
Delegate In this district nt the last
election gave Parker a plurality of 301
over Wilcox. With Prince Cupid In the
field and granting1 'him tho combined
Democratic and Home Rule vote of
tho last election he will easily poll
moro votes than any Republican has
yet polled In the Fourth. It Is not
probable that Cupid can nold the Dem
ocratic vote given his brother but ho Is u my
markets other than those Included In
the Anglo-American, compact.
"Look here," said the burglar, as the
man raised himself to a sitting pos
ture In the bed, "what do you mean by
living In a loom that Invites vlsltois
and ct affords tlicin no reward?
Haven't vou got any money hid out
"No," replied the man; "but I'm ex
pecting some. I have sent two poem
to the Scrawl, four sketches to the
Scribe und six "
"Sayare you a writer?"
"I should say so! Just Irt me read
likely to get tho solid Wilcox vote and
a fair share ot that given his brother.
The regular Hepubllqans' fight will be
to hold the Parker vote. It will be a
difficult task to find the man who will
draw to his party tho Huwallan-Amerl-can
strength which Parker always had.
Tho regular organization In view of
present Territorial conditions must not
be slow to realize that It has no small
task on Its hands. Prince Cupid Is a
strong cnndldate Irrespective of hit
party afllllatlons and his opponent must
be of the best caliber the party can
find In Its ranks. '
The burglai raised a winning hand.
"No," he said, "my time's limited. I've
got thieo more houses on my list, and
If they pan out as well as this one I
won't have any breakfast. I'll read
vour stuff when it's printed. 1 take all
the magazines. Ily-tbe-hy "
He paused looked at nls watch, and
"Any more literary houses In this
"All right I'm off. Rood nfsht'"
"Samo to you. Pleace close the win
dow after you." Atlanta Constitution.
yeais hence all the remaining work to
be done will bo completed und that the
railway will be opened for permanent
A correspondent writes to us: "I
have Just returned from Vladivostok,
and have passed over the vvholo route.
in me permanent tracK mere are
many gaps; the largo bridges, like
thoso over tho Sungurl and Nonnl, are j
not completed, for some even the '
caissons ure not yet down; tho three
tunnels ure scarcely commenced, that
lu tho Khlngan has been driven 180
yards only out of nearly 2000 required,
and In many places the track Is not
raised to tho lequlrcd level. A sub
sidiary track has been mado for tho
conveyance of railway material, but on
tills thero Is llttlo attempt at levelling,
nnd tho metals nre not even ballasted;
consequently, tho construction trains
leave the rails frequently; the tem
porary bridges aro not all usable, and
several will certainly disappear when
the thaw comes In the spring." Lon
The New Housekeeper generally has
a trying tlmo In selecting furniture
for the house.
It Is one of our specialties to make
this task a light ono nnd wo take pride
In furnishing tho parlor, dining room,
bed looms, etc., tastefully nnd economically.
When you want
Coyne Furniture Co.
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America's Oldest and Latest Watch
For Sale by
THE PRINCIPAL WATCH DEALER8
Do you want n rich, fragrant
cigar that smokes right from
start to finish. Wo best for
tho money aro
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It costs no more to smoke tho
best. Hnvo your wife order a
box when sho telephones for
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Ilessle I was surprised when Mr.
Dushlelgh nskod mo in marry him. Tei
elo Hverybody else was. Ohio State
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin Is the largest ana best pub
lished In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
Are you ping
to build a
If you comemplato building
a houuo this spring, navu your
contractor get our bid lor Blip
plying lumber, glasa, paints,
It our bid Isn i the lowest
and thu materials tho best, wo
don't want tho work, That'B
fnlr. Isn't It?
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end Exchange Business.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued, available
in all tho principal cities of tbc
Interest allowed after July 1,
1S03, on fixed deposits 7 day
uotieo 2 per cent, (this form will
not beitr interest unless it remains
undisturbed for one month), 3
months 3 per cent., 0 months 3 1-2
per cent, 12 iiiontlu? i per cent.
Pioneer Building and Loan
ASSET8, JUNE iJ, 1C01, $80,043.37.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Having Bank tor monthly deposits.
Houses built on the monthly Install
Twenty-third Scries ot Stock Is now
OFFICERS J. L. McLean. Presi
dent; A. A. Wilder, Vice President;
C. H. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. dear,
DinnCTOItS - J. L. McLean. A.
A. Wilder. A. V. Gear. O. B. Gray,
J. D. Holt, A. W. Keech. J. A. Lyle,
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Soda Water Works Co.,
Solo agents for the Territory ot Ilk
wall. Office and Works, C01 Fort Bt,
Honolulu, T. of 11.
P. O. box 462. Island ordors solicited.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOSD BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDl) BUILDING
THIS 8PACc RE8ERVED FOR
LEWERS & COOKE,
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobber.
European and American Dry 'Goods.
Fort and Queen 8ts.
H. Hackfeid& Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
Subscribed Capital.... Yon 24,000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,000
Reserved Fund Yen 8.510,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA,
Tho Bank buys and receives for col
lection Bills ot Exchange, lsoues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and transacts a
general banking bUBlnesB.
On Fixed Por cent , Primary, Secondary or Tertiary Blood Poison
Deposit. Per annum. I r.r.....u, tm, i .,, k, i ,t ,., ,.,.,
For 12 months 4 l ' ";. u ui nw, mm "
ror ft montns aj . ,, ,,,,. r '
r or 3 montns 3 u H .I IW Uiu nlr tr Ij.Uf.w. hllU !, rl
tiraucn oi ine lOKonama specie uanK.
New Republic Bid., Ill King Street
Cook Remedy Co.
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