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HVEN1K0 M!M,BTIN, HONOLULU, II. T. FRIDAY, JAN. 17, 1902.
Published Every Day except Sunday,
at 120 King Street, Honolulu,
T. II., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO.. LTD.
WALLACU It. FAHIHNOTON Editor
Entered at the 1'ost Offlco at Hono
lulu as Bccond class matter.
I'er month, anywhere In U. S .$ .75
Per car, anywhere In U. S. . 8 00
Per car, postpaid, foreign.... 13 00
PB)ablo Invariably In adance.
HH IN III 10 II OR 101
HORRIBLE WRECK ON
NEW YORK CENTRAL
THIS IS ALTERNATIVE
OFFERED BY PLANTERS
Rescuers Work in Darknes3--Local To Unemployed Porto Rican3 in City
Crashes Into Rear End of .-.-Men Being Collected To-day
Waiting Train-Many ' By Kaapa and Mac-
Killed, i Caulay.
Post Omco Dox 718
JANl All 17. 1302
If fnrle Sam waits till the condem
nation stills are Mulshed the next
generation maj live to see l'earl Har
bor opcnul and Its naval station In full
Iaml Commissioner Bojdi tilp to
Washington Indicates that any man
who accepts olllcc under Ooertuir Dole
must obey orders whether be Is sntls'
lied his enforced dut) will Injure the
local administration or not
Speaking of the Advertisers dis
patch on thi' Hllo races, that dispatch
has probubl) gone to the same plain
as the Gazette compiinj s claim ot
2500 circulation for the Hawaiian On
zette The Gazette may publish 2000
papers In the course of a vcai but not
within a shorter ptrlod.
New York Jan f. A New York and
Harlem local passenger train, known
A meeting of the trustees of tho
1'lanteis' Association was held es
,, ii, .tvhii niniu ini ,.. tnm tcida altornoon for the purpose of
the last car of a. New oik New Haven considering the l'orto Itlcnn situation
. Hartford train known as tho Nor. " "o city ami oi unuing some means
walk Anommodatlon today. In tho lellevlng It The meeting was not
Niw York Cential tunnel between Klf-a ty '" Ilc. al1 u .08 B0,,n,,1V
tysltth iind Pirtj seventh stieets. this cll t'"1' ' regulation by which It
eltv The wreck occurred about n . 1" comes necessary for a laborer fiom
block and a half I torn tho mouth of
the tunnel At 11 o'clock the number
of persons kllltd was placed by tbu
railroad ofllclals at fifteen and the In
Ji red twenty or more.
The shock of the collision was plain
I) beard b people passing on Parle
avenue above the tunnel Several of
tliem ran to give tho alaim In ten
one plantation to obtalu n letter of dls
charee before he will be taken by any
other plantation, should be laid aside.
The reason lor this action was tue
great number ot Porto Klcans lu thn
clt nnd the many complications which
their presence here has already,
bl ought about
Having come to this decision tho
minutes evcrbod at police and flro , Planters found they could offer work
headquarters was at work organizing Jo "'" two hundred Porto Means.
IPllef tO be SCIlt tO the Spot ' lUilunillH liinuiiuuua vi mur
I'l-om lire headquarters a dozen Honed as being ready to take each Its
blocks awn a hook and ladder titiclc
Oxuard's proposition that the beet
sugar producers be granted a bountj to
offset tho competition ot i osslble free
sugar from Culm Is not takVig like
wildfire lu Congress. The bount Idea
has gone out of date for tho present
and Is not llkel) to become popular
with any part) while the nianufactur
lug Interests arc tending to strongly
toward free trade Ideas which they
endeavor to cloak nndci the elastic
1 1 1 m of reclproeltj
was rapidly dispatched to the sccno
of tho accident, with several lire com
panies. The rescues from East Klft
Hi Ht street and Grand Ccntrnl Pollcu
Stations were turned out on the run.
A hum call was sent to llellevuo,
Flower tho Presbjterlnn nnd Uooscv 1
velt Hospitals and In ten minutes a
proportion of this number. Olovvalu
Ulaa, Llluie, ilonokaa. Pacific Mill
On omen Union .Mill Hnwnllan Com
mcrclal, Honomu and Hnmakua Mill
A letter to High Sheriff Drown was
then drawn up and In It was contained
the Information aliendy given above
with certain conditions which the
plantciB Insist shnll bo carried out
The Uullctlu should have little tu
say about Olaa boom uttlcles It made
the best attempt It could to print one
In Its industrial bark number but as
the facts given wen- from six to nine
months' behindhand the siheme WJ3
not u glittering success However, tint
little paper's Intentions were good.
Tho cheerful Idiot Is showing a!'n at
human Intelligence In making excuse
foi the AOvcitlscrs palpable boom cdl
tlon 1 lie Ilulletln Industrial edition
U recognized throughout the business
(ommunlt) jh Ilia best and most ac
curate description of tho. main Indus
trj ever published. On the other hand
'I htiraion has been kept hus In hU
own bailiwick, answering the qucrj.
what Is the laigest plantation ot the
Islands'' Of course fhuuton doesu t
nppiove anything the Ilulletln pub
lishes No one expects him to
dozen ambulances were nurrvlng wlth ' btforo they will undertake the fulfill
ft lOrpS OI doctors muni ui umi pun m mu uKiitM.iui.i.
When the rescuers reached tho They statu that tho l'orto Means col
wicck, smoke was pouring uut of tho '"-ted from the various parts of the
entrance to the tunnel nt nrt fifth tll; u' tho Pollro Department, h ho I
street nnd great columns of smoko In good health ami that they shall
came out of tho first ventllatoi a half have explained to them tho situation
l.lnrU nnlli Anihiil.inM. nnnm In r,.im Which is presented by the planters.
the ens and west. Ladders were put ,T,YL1 ,er ov '""I"0'- "' "' "
down from the street ovei the Iroo ' j5',,'r"r ,hat '? ih, c)cat ,f ,,lle ' rtu
fence to the track and the firemen Khans, after having been dellvoied to
policemen and suigeons wero imnic '"' voiiouh s.igu escaies, musing co
d'atcly at work. iwonc. incy snail no rouniieii up iij me
It was very dark in the tunnel, "-." .i.uiihbiiiu.hiihi
which was filled with smoke and "nil prosetiittil for vagi anc
steam. The work or rescue was, I Sheriff Iliown had the following to
ll.or,.l,,r.. .11(11, nil 1li. .(uiimntltt. nf MD tO B IlllllCt III reporter tills fOTO
,. ........ ............ . .. .... ... ..,... .. 1 . . .. ..
the White Plains local was hidden in ' """" "c arrangement mane uy inc.
the lear car of the South NorvvalU ' P"'""-' ih vu aceepuii.ie to me lor
tialn Tho maimed and Injured weio I ', eue-vi- turn ic win reiii.-ii cue e
calling I rom the wreck Some nunc "" "l",u '" '""' '"i "! i.e-re-hodl)
Injured than otheis were being nott ' '- Btartcd in on tho work ot
HAVE BROUGHT US LARGE IN
VOICES OF GOODS, MLLING OUR
8TOCK IN ALL LINES. .:
1 I I 1 1 I
:. WE ARE AGENTS FOR
AND ARE OFFERING FROM OUR
STOCK SPECIAL BARGAINS. .'. .'.
FortMerchant and Bethel Sts.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
upslsted b the mole foituuate passen
The work of ic-scue was further Im
paired b tho enormous crowds, which,
in spite of police vigilance, swannecl
Into the tunnel througn lis many en
rounding up the Pmto Hlcans ahead
Detective Kaapa and Intorprcter Mac
C'nulnj aie out nhout tho city today
taking the names of those men who
nre willing tu work ou plantations
These ate being told to report at the
nances or crowded about the opening 'nollco B"H" al,10 ,tlo;k tomorrow
at tho Hill fat jiwuiiiiuK. iiiu divuuici .ium io ma
The first of "the Injured taken from '"8 fo,r Mn"' tomonow nftcinoon nnd
the wr.nL was a woman. She was nn loi'oa tlmt wo will be nble to
carried to the Women's Hospital. I JLe"'1 at k'as,t tlllrt' to that Island
Here, as well as 'at other points, piep There aro nine men now detained at
nrntlons were hurriedly made to take the police, station on the chaige of va
eoie of the wounded as rapidly as,B'n'c These have expressed their
the) wero brought to the railroad sta willingness to go to any Island tu
....... ' (ithli li t li mr ninir tin nnnl tn tin u nH mi
t Inn A nassi ncer on tlie lar m tra n i ""-" ""' .'""' "" ?" '" .."... ....
POLICD AND TIIILVES.
Kobberlcs, petty thieving and even
highwa) hold-ups are reaching u nu
merical standing that calls for mors
serious effort on the part of tho pollcu
department than has yet been In evi
dence. 1'ew doubt the department Is
i.slng every endeavor to run down the
perpctiators these deeds but up to the
present time the results have been
such as to put the police department
In the same position as the mannger oi
a business Institution, he mn be a
good fellow and an honest woikcr but
he falls to produce the results.
It used jo be a comaion remark of
the late Marshal Hitchcock when dis
gusted wllb. the lucfllclcnc) ot the men
In his department. "If the) would give
me something besf les these rakln's
and eciapln's ot hades I might be able
to do somthing " Whether tho Sborilt
nnd his deput) hold the p..me opinion
now or not the fuct remains that the
department teems sadl) wanting In 1U
ability to put a stop to robberies The
campaign first started In the business
center and entiances wero made tu
down town business nnd professional
offices practically under tho nose of
tho police Having got the business
eommunit) In such a state of mind that
no mone) Is left lu the offices the
maiauders are now updating on tho
residence part of the town. Supposed
heads of thieving gangs have been
caught but the burglai Is still dolug
It may be the Porto ltlcans are at tin.
bottom of all the thieving and bur
glai Izlng but the opinion Is steadily
gaining ground that men from tun
Mainland better trained In the art of
graft have a hand In it. With so few
captures made and the police appa
rently unable to make any one man's
opinion Is as good as another's
If the present pace Is kept up the
High Sheriff will do well to seriously
consider u reoigiinlzatlon ot his police
and detective fence and get In mutetlil
that can deliver the goodi. There Is
no glor), efficiency or protection un ler
the present state of affairs The out
glais are having It all their own nn).
If It keeps up much longer the average
househnldei will be stiongly tempud
to anchor a watchdog at each corner
of his home and sit up all night with a
bovvle knife, six shooter and n clou'jl
barreled shot gun picpaied to f)
A1UCII roil PROSPERITY.
I Anglican Church Chronicle
The creditable Issuo of tho Evening
Ilulletln on November 3D was tho fuio
tunnel or a spl ndld display of the
printing and publishing capabilities of
Honolulu Not only did this number
deserve credit as a wonderful prcidue
tlon lu ait but much honor should be
given to tho conception or It which
tneant so much to advance the pros
perlty of our Tenltoiy We feel sure
that our friends abroad, tu whom w
linvo sent this paper, will appieclato II
highly, and it will no doubt bo pro
served for reference.
"Our train was held at the Harlem
end or the tunnel for two minutes to
allow the New Haven trnln to pass us
Then wo proceeded. Suddenly thcrci
was a terrific crash and wo were hurl
eel from our seats. Tho shock was fol
lowed by the roar or escaping steam
and the erics ot the wounded.
A score of men passengers got out
of tho windows and ran to tho front
of our train The confusion and noise
was awful. Our locomotive had
ploughed half-way through the Inst
New Haven cnr. I saw several women
taken out of the first wrecked ear"
The tunnel In which thn wreck oc
curred extends fiom Fifty-fifth street.
Just nlmve tho Ornnd Central btatlon
and is about two miles long It Is un
dcr Pnik avenue nnd thero la an air
hole In each block Complaints have
been made for a long time, however
that Its ventilation was Insufficient,
nnd the Now York Cmtrnl has been
tho plantations, and tney will be do
vpatched tomorrow by tnc Maul.
"There1 are now eighteen vagrants
In Oahu jail serving out sentences for
vngranc). As soon as these men havo
eerved their time, they will be sent)
to the plantations to work. After w,e
have made a thorougn canvass we will
attend to the number who remain In
the city without work. Tncro will then
be no excuso whatever for any Porto
fllcan to say that he cannot get work
for an) one who applies will be sent
to some plantation "
P. R. I8EN15URG, Prcnlclcnt.
C. P. IICRRICK, Mnnngcr.
Pretty nearly everything that jou
can think ot In the harness lino Is In
cluded In our big dlspln).
Hvciy bnrncss wo sell is a bargain,
nnd wo sell alt kinds from light track
nnd road to heavy coach and team
harness. Prom no one elso can you
get the harness valuo wo glvo you.
Our customers know this to bo n
fact. You can know It It )ou will and
no aro determined )ou shall. ::..
Chas. F. Herrick Carriage Co., Ltd
125 merchant St., next to Stangcnwaltl Building.
Bishop & Company
Established In I8S8.
Transact business In all departments
Collections carefully attended to.
Exchango bought and sold.
Commercial and Travelers' Letters
of Credit issued on Tho Dank of Cali
fornia and N. JI. Ilotuschlid & Sons,
Correspondents The Bank of Cali
fornia, Commercial Banking Co. of
8ydney, Ltd., London.
Drafts nnd cablo transfers on China
and Japan through tho Hongkong &
Shanghai Danklng corporation and
Chartered Dank of India, Australia and
Interest allowed on term deposits at
tho following rates per annum, viz:
Seven days' notice, at 2 per cent.
Three months, at 3 per cent.
Six months, rt 3 1-2 per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per cent.
Act as Trustees under mortgages.
Manago estates (real nnd personal).
Collect rents and dividends.
Vnluablo papers, Wills, Donds, etc.,
receiveu tor sate Keeping.
Auditors for Corporations and l'rl
Dooks examined and reported on.
Hiaicnicnts or A fin Irs prepared.
Trustees on Bankrupt or Insolvent
OFFICE, 924 BETHEL STREET.
Deposits received and Interest al
lowed at 4 1-2 per cent per annum, In
accordnnco with Ilules nnd Regula
tions, copies of whlci. may bo obtained
FIRE, MARINE LIFE, ACCIDENT
AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY IN
Insurance Office, 924 Bethel Street.
Claus Spreckels. Wm. G. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
Architects, Contractors and ulldtr
V. HOFFMANN. J. F. RILEY
Hotfman & Riley
P. O. Bll i(o
Qoo. W. Page. TL Hi
P. W. Beardslee. F. O. Box 771
BEARD8LEE & PAQB
Architects and Builders.
Office. Rooms 2-4. Arlington Ann.i
Honolulu, T, II.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nished on Short Notice.
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen & Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
dUILDER . .
Jobbing promptly Attended to
dlOll ill VIEW
Berlin Jan 8. Tho speech fiom the
thione, it ad by the Impel la Cnancci
lor, Cgutit on Iluelovv, at tue openiiiK
of the l'russtan Diet today, took a
gloomy view of the economic situation.
,..! . ,.ln,, r. !,. i, ,,t ..Iop. " pui tint unit uia revLiiuo irom
:::: .""-'." . i. ".,:. . the State railroads In 1901 fell consld
U Kill JIUltl.1 III U1J ciiunitj tiw un ti
INlTEDSTATESFOURTHiHlTT IS IN A HURRY
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brick and wooden buildings, aJit
Office nnd residence, 312 Queen 11,
near Government building.
1-1. P. BERTELiyiAN'S
16 - MOVED
To rear of old stand. Entrance oi
King street Orders left at cither sho
or office at John Nott's store, Kim
street, will receive prompt attention.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
WITH TOTAL POPULATION
OF OYER 84,000,000
WANTS EXCLUSION ACT
FINISHED WITH RUSH
Figures in for All the New Possessions Reason for His Change of Hearl
-China, Great Britain and Russia , Minister Wu Gets a Set Back
Are Only Ones Ahead Treaty Alters the
of Us. i Situation
hi uvvay with the mnoko and Bteam ol
"What loVily black ejes Blie has."
"Yes; hereditary." "Ah! I suppose her
mother" "No, her father. He was a
pugilist." Philadelphia Press,
IcBCOKD BROKEN IN 1001.
Tho jear 1U01, accordlni; to Urad
stieet's annual revlovv of our trado
and finance, has established the high
est record of any twelvemonth In our
history. Tho totals of general busl
lii-en as shown by the bank clearings
aro far In excess of any previous jear;
all previous records aro bioken In the
iiuieused output of coal, Iron, steel,
leather, lumber and many other prod
nets, our transportation facilities aro
Inadequate to handle tho tremendouq
volume of freight business; and, last
1, tho holiday trado was the greatest
In our history. Dotli In quality ane
With such a basis of prosperity, the
outlook for the new year Is extremely
bright Even It It docs not surpass
1601, the people will have no cause ol
complaint. In fact. It would not he
surprising If there were some retro
giesslou. The margin of profit In
mauufuiturlng Is very narrow In some
lines, especially In tho New England
cottou Industry Tho export trade,
which hat. been steadily advancing
year by year slnco 1897, shows signs
of hesitation, and thero 1b nn Incrcaso
of Imports though tho balanco ot
tiado Is enormously In our favor. Still,
these aio not unfavniablo Indications
but simply duo to the variations which
constantly aucct Industry and com
meite The feeling of confidence If
tiuivcifcul, and It Is well founded.
They weiu quite newly married, and
she was much ton oung to understand
that man takes little Intel est In shop
She had left his Hide to look In a
window In which weio exhibited some
vvlntoi mantles which weio 'Just love
1)'" When she returned she took tho
Pirn which Heemed to be naif giudg
Ingl) pioffeied und sobbed:
'You don't even lo look nt any
thing I want jou to to see You
do don't caro how I am dressed You
no longer lo love me You havent
even ker klfscd me for a whole day,
and you "
"I um oxtrumoly sorry, maclame but
that Ih my misfortune, not my fault, '
said tho gentleman, looking patheti
cally down into her face.
Shu looked at him and gasped She
had taken tho arm of the wrong man.
Weekly edition of the Bulletin $1
orabl) short of tho estimates and that
tho whole results ot tho financial year
In the budget for 1902 tho revenue
Is estimated below that of tho tuiruit
j car, but tho balanco uctwecn the
revenue and the expenditure Is to bo
maintained without having tecourseto
The speetli announced plans for leg
islation providing for tho housing of
Stato workmen nnd of officials earn
ing small salailcs. Considerable cred
its are demanded for tho extension of
the Stato railroads and tne promotion
and construction of light railroads
A new canal bill, to complete the
system of waterwajs, will be submit
ted. The concluding nortlon of Dmneror
William's speech pointed to the neces
slty of adopting measures against the
agitation In tho Polish districts of
Hastern Prussia, declared that the up
holding of the political and economic
position of the fierman element there
was necessary for tho self preserva
tion of Prussia and piomtscd that tho
(lovernment vvouul fulfill its .duty In
cultivating the German national spirit
in mat region anil In combatting with
firmness all tendencies hostile to the
State. In this course tho Government
counted on tho Biipport of tho (Tcrman
population of I?ast Piussln, as well as
on the assistance of tho whole nation,
which regarde any attempt to drlvo
lout the Herman language as an attacl
on Its national honor.
RUSSIAN AND YANKEE
Washington, Jan 7. A serious clash
has occurred between Amerlcau Ball
ors of the United States ship VIcUb
burg and the Itusslan soldieis ut
New C'hwang, China There havo
been thico fights, and as a tesult onv
Itusslan soldier Is reported wounded
The mattu was made tho subject oi
complaint by the Russian Kmbassadoi
at Peking to Lnlted States Miuistei
Conger, and Conger in tuin has lu
fonniTl the State Depaitment. Scut
tary of tho Nav Long has cablcu
Commander Dan) of the Ylcksburg to
use every effort to prevent further col
Ifslons. The uksburg Is in vvlutei
quarters in a mud dock at tho mouth
of tho ilver, and cannot uu leltascd
Washington. Jan G. Kepicsentntlve
Hilt, thaliman of the Foreign AfTaliH
Committee, has betome one of tho
Washington, Jan 7 Tbu Census
llurciui today ibsucd a repoit baying
that tho population of tho entlro Unit-
ml Co. .. Innlxilln . nil (,..,li l..v w,a- I
' "- - hfc1 iul nnr.net mlim nlnu nf n f'lilnnun nv
sessions, was 81,233,01,9 In tho census " ..-v.vo ...
jear 1900. ThU Is Itemized us follows: elusion law, alter being for ycaiB thn
Continental United States, or United rccogulzcd lender of tho opposition to
States proper, 76,994,57.), I'lilllpplnes, i8tlc, legislation.
fi.nni.3.1'1. Pnrln llleo :i:i.'4:i. Ilntvnll. , ... . .
C.aGl.339, Porto Ulco. 953,243. Hawaii, i
"1 am doing all I can to hasten the
,e. Am I1..I. rq nn ,..n... nAi"...
,;;,5 -iu ffufttr. iSK
;... ..7...,. r , . T ..;,7.,v .' members fiom tho Coast to get a
fn,7i.i u111 U(-lorc out commlttoe at tho ear
tho United Stntes propei, 91,219. These I,, , l)01iBui0 momnt s,h a bill
"PI"' ,w,ft,Srea " tl' eumtra,l0Lwlll no? have any "ZvaJZ I was
'"" "VVs 'tlin ntiltr liml nvntnlini ntiil I
Tho report saB 'A census of the I
Philippine Islands was In piogiess lu , i,,Ksuti011 moro tnun
'S.!:c"J'lL,Bu"e.c"0S. , .V.!: U'rAo'u'mUdUe Tio
and returns for over two filths of the
li'clly amiable now. Nobody wants
1. I shall
If Mies Minerva learned to play
Football, 'midst other studious cares,
These bargain rushes, shopmen say,
Would Boon be serious affairs.
i uvui muiimin ih cue.,,, ,.. ,., i.., , , ,,,
population woui found stored In Ma ' .." ."..." ,,.'.,. ...."..' ..:."
nlla rhese wero eaiefully tabulated. bout atll,Dg 0Ilwhch all nra
and tho foregoing estimate Is based UK,Ced7"
upon tho icbuIi. Tho flguies foi Porto, -,,, ,,in,,ii,, , ,,, , . ,,
Rico weio taker, from the census oH t , negotlatlona ot a trcaty
18. made by the War nepartmeut In w,'lb CMna gnceBtno ,iate of the flearj
conjunction with the Census Office. I act, T,,g trcaty wag .arge,yMl
The flguies ror Hawaii and Alaska and ,. woll , conJlmctlon ,t 8c.
for persons abroad n tho military nnc utaly are8liam ln ,J891 ,t wa9 ,,iawlli
naval services aro from tho results of T ,' , tuat ,a h , ,
tho twelf h census Thoso fiom Oimin of lll0 tv0 contraitlng mrtlcB t0 pl
aro an est mate made In a repot t made unt lll0 t,miaca ,t0 Ule Un tC(J
o the War Dcpat mem. aud thoso Sta(ea of co0e ,abor Tlat ,
from Samoa an estimate leported to Bion relll0VC8 tho ouJ,.ulou ,Ulch ,
tho Census Office by tho Acting Seo occu ua(l to 8UoU icgHBlon, Bai(J
retnry or tho Navy. jIr mtt
'Tho total population of the United ' Wll T'ag rang Ule Chinese Minis
Btrt ea nt the eloso of the nine eeuth tt,r has hecu trylllg , get a ,icar,g
eenlmy was about 8t.250,(Ou As the. beforo lhg c'ominlttee on Poiclgn At
population of tho United Stntes at tal8 ot t0HIBe thls (8 , j0 ,Bru
the beginning of tho lentuty was RUrd of , u(,a aml ,,, 0,
ubout flvci und a thlid millions, tho m,,0Ilia,y, an(i Mr Wu was met with
Nation Iiub giowu nearly sixteen fold n turt ri,mndcl that tho Government
in lou years maintains tho State Department ex
Thero aie but three couutiles messly lor foielgn lepiesentutlves.
which now havo a gieatei population . .. .
than the United States, namely, China,
tlio llrltlbli emplio and the Kusslan 600 lion or almost the same number ns
empire China an cue lliitlsh emplie the United States Ol these over 25,
hnvo each of them piobably between noo.Oim uib In Afilcau dependencies
350 000,000 nnd 100,oo0,ooo,oi togethor nearly 17oiio(iimi In Asia and 2 000,000
uoarly one-liair tlio total population ol in Mndngascai Tin ho Hvo most pop
.ho earth Tlio Itusslan empire with ulous coiuitileH together include ovei
about 131 OOO.UOO people, bna moio two Ihiids ol tho estimated population
thun hair as many again as the United.,,! the woilu vvhlih Is placed bv the
Stnte-a, and has been Increasing dm b t iiuthoiltlts ut between 1, Sou ODD,
lug tho cenluiy Just closed with great floo und 1 iiim.OiiO.OOO,
j. lapldlty than an other Uuiopeiin -..-
1 slale'bea' tluouh utT
tho natural Ineicase ol Its population ! cS,nVu S cIvXl , as this eor
and partly thiough gieat accesBions Ilc, Tho loni,Ilcor apl,'t,UICl, t0 br0
jf torrloiy. It had about 38.800,000 tll0 on)y p18on on ,,;,, w, ,
peoplo In 1800, anu has Inti cased more the ug man am, wa8 0X1).S8ng lt.grot
than three and a half times during ut tho mistake when Ml. Heed said,
tho nineteenth century. i "Don't sympnthlzo with mo or with
"France, Including its dependencies, anyone. It Is out or stylo and tho
Is tho nfth country of the world ln or- only placo where you can Und sympa
der of population, and haB about 83,-1 thy Is ln the dictionary,"
j ,u. U.J b.l"..ei . '- 'ijji..-. ...
8an Francisco Agents Tho Ne
vada National Bank of San Francisco.
8an Francisco Tho Novada Na
tional Dank of San Francisco.
London The Union Bank ol Lon
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Drcsdner Bank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong
kong Shanghai Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Bank
of Now Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made in
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills ot Ex
change bought and sold.
Collection Promptly Accounted For.
Pioneer Building and Loan
A8SETS, JUNE 3D, 1901, $80,043.37.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Saving Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on the monthly Install
Twenty-third Series of Stock la now
OFFICERS J. L. McLean, Pros!
dent: A. A. Wilder, Vice President;
C, B. Gray, Treasurer; A. V.'Gear,
DIItr.CTORS J. L. McLean. A.
A. Wilder, A. V. Gear, O. B. Gray,
J. D. Holt. A. W. Keech, J. A. Lyle,
Jr., J. M. Little, E. S. Boyd.
A. V. GEAR.
Offlco Hours; 12:30 1:30 p. m.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Ten 24,000.000
Paid Up Capital Yen 18.000.000
Reserved Fund Yen 8,610,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
The Bank buys and receives for col
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters ot Credit, and transacts a
genera; banking business.
On Fixed Per cent
Deposit. Per annum.
For 12 months 4
For 6 months 3
For 3 months 3
Branch of the Yokohama .Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., Ill King Street
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. Schatfttr.
Kukul 8t., Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN DOTTLE.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. I
The pure Juice of the grapefruit. The
most healthful, Invigorating and r-
iresmng trult preparation known.
RINQ UP TEL. MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co.,
Sole agents for the Territory of Ha
waii. Office and Works, 601 Fort St,
Honolulu, T. ot 11.
P. O. box 462. Island order solicited.
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
60 CENTS EACH
On sale at oflice ot . . .
TUB . . .
ACCIDENTS ARE HAPPENING
MORAL Insure in "The Travellers",
Largest Accident Insurance
Company In the World. .:
A. C. LOVEKIN
General Agents for the Territory of
403 JUDD BUILDING.
Wo have recently received
tho ilnest line of
CHINESE AND JAPANESE
that we havo over handled
Wu aro so pleased with tho
stock that we know It will
please you, and extend to ov
erbody who Is Interested an
Invitation to como and seo It.
LEWERS & COOKE,
If we wish to bo big men to thosu
who come after us, wo should keep nu
log books, but alwuya icmeiuber lo
sing, "1 never did so when I wui
young." Then, you see, they'll never
have a chance to And out what bloom
fng idiots we were, Up and Down the
Snclso(OoUI, ,, !,,..
THI8 8PACC RESERVED FOR
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importer and Jobbers
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen Sts.
H. HackfehU Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen 8treeU, Honolulu.
Primary. Secondary or Tertiary Blood Poison
r.rauutlf CrW. T.a t V. tr.tl.4 .1 ..
puul;, II ; Hi. Ut.. a.mrj, I.4U. Mk
u4 Mill .... ut.. m ,,!.,, ,, rutin U !.
S.r. Tirol, N.Ua, C.rrw C.l.r.4 , Cfe.,. ..
' f ' lk Mi;, U.lr .. (j.Uoa blltaf .M, rli
Cook Remedy Co.
191 IM..I. T.,U,rkkM., HI. hr , ,l,.n.. I..
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