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SUNDAY BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T., SUNDAY. rnnnUAUT 9, 1902.
HOW ABOUT THE LAWN
Keeping up tho nppoarnnco of the lawn la an Important Item In
the. well retaliated Homo Tho Hie of a Rood lawn mower nnd of good
bono nro other Importnnt Items Wo have a new sloe-it of tho famous
HOYAL and tho well known PENNSYLVANIA lawn mowers, perfectlj
adjusted, sharpened nnd guaranteed. Prices reasonable.
Garden Hose at $2,00 per length and upwards.
SEE DISPLAY IN OUR WINDOW.
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
FREE EOR ALL FIGHT
IN HP-TOWN SALOON
Soldiers Have Plenty of Money and
Proceed to get Rid of it Four
Arrested and Two
' at Hospital.
The soldiers who sneaked iishoiu
from the transport Monde hid a very
lively time In town List night. Il.ivlni;
been paid on previous to tncir nrn
al In port, the nun wero will fur-
nlihed with inone and the majority about an hour earlier ihan at Ho
went dlrcctlv to the up-town saloons uolulu
,,," , , .,,, ,,, Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh 30m
there to t rid of It 'slower than Green wclli time, being
It wan betwen I. anil . e clock that a lid, of , racrlllan of 157,30, Ttle
gang of these soldiers (Withered In t ,mo whlstlo - owb nt 1:30 p m., which
aluon at the corner of King nnd Nun- a tho name ns.GreenwIch. Un 0m.
anu stre ts nnd I'rlmo beer lifK.m nil Masters of Vessels galling from this
unceasing (low Soon sevcial of tbu port for San Francisco will nnd thcrj
oldlera were In a eiunreUonie mood n branch of tho IT. S. Hydrogrnphlc
..,.i - f. .... ,.ii unlit u,.,,,.,! OfTlco located In tho Merchants Ex-
.mil a free-for-n I fight ensued c, maintained for their
J Walker a half MexUan and I) ( 1)pnpnt , of chnrRti coniplolo Bets
Mills, weie the (list to nt.ut the low r ,imrt8 an(i directions of tho world
The fight wns nn own one but J Coup Latest Information ran bo obtained re
a friend of Mills. Jumped In and nls gurding lights, danRers to navigation
started In on Walker. Not being satis- nn dall matters of Interest to ocean
fled with two men against one. two commerce.
more friends of Mills took part in the ,
fight against Walker but these fel- Weather Bureau, unahou. I eb.uurv
lows got nw.i when the poll.e arrived ' 5 rTn1?1,'"" "'T Mu'J"lfi ml"lm"ra-
The last man to rally to the assist-
ane of Mills wns WiitBon who struck
Walker over the head with u beer mus
making a pie it Rash.
The noise attracted the attention
of the police and Ofllcers Muleltncr
and l'alenapa entcied the saloon All
four men wire nnested. At the pollen
station It was found that Mills and
Coup were cut about tho faie How
this happened Is not known Walker
Mood for a short time at the retelling
clerks desk gave his name and then
fell io the floor In n dead faint. He,
with Coup and Mills, wns removed to
the hospital In charge of olllrers The
Inst two were returned to the police
station bttii on but Wnlker spent the
nlRht thcie He Is vei badlj Injuied
You ought to marry a Rood sensible
girl." Bald tho friend.
'Your ndvlco is paradoxical" nn
awered Wllllo WlshlnRton. "How nm
I to find a sensible Rlrl who Is foolish
enough to marry mo' Washington
The Waikiki Inn
BIG DINNER TO-DAY
the result of using ROYAL MALT
This tonic beverago Is without equal
as a Btrcngthener, It tones up tho
Drain and bod nro both stimulated
nnd strengthened nnd tho dcbllllntluK
effects of this cllmnto nro overcome
Vim, Vigor and Vitality follow in
tho ako of "ROYAL MALT CX
TRACT", that peerless tonic.
Ho sure and get tho gcmilno, don t
waste tlmo or money on worthless Im
25c per bottle
$2.50 per dozen
Hobron Drug Go,,
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New moon on the 8th at 2 G2 n m.
Tides from tho United Stntes CoaBt
land Geodetic Survey Tables.
Tho tides nt Knhuliii and IIIlo occur
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llaionutcr at !) a m 30 09 Study
UalnfnU 0 00
Dew Point fill.
Hiimldit) at 9 a in Tl per rent.
Diamond Head Slgnil Station. I'uli
ruary S Wenthei clear, wind light
Saturda). Feb, S.
Am bk C. I) Ilrjant, for San I'ran
Am bk, C. D llijant. Colle fu
Am. bk. Aldin Hesse. Kii'i'l
U. S A. T. Meade, Wlllson. fo, San
I'lanclMo, nt " p. m
Str Noeau, I'cdersen, fin Honok.i.i
and Kiikulhacle, at 4 p. m
Str. Lehua, Nupnli, foi Molnkni poiti
at ' )i m
I S A r Thomas fiom S.in I" ,in-
Str. Mnul. llennett fiom Maul
Stl W C Hall, Thompson ion
Tioni Manila unci Nagasaki per lT
S A. T. Meade l'eb Sfh -.Major .1
II. Porter. MnJ J I) Cllcnnon. Mnjor II.
P. Ho)t, Com. T II Steens. f S N;
Capt. T. P P. Varnej. I.leut 1) (I Ar
rowBinlth, Capt. II. Tupts Capt. I. .1.
Carry, I.leut. Henij Clay I'Mins Jr.,
Lieut. Herman Uladc, I.leut. T II.
Koch, I.leut tl M. I loll, l.liut I. P.
Koblnson, I.Uut I. .1 Van Shall k.
Chaplain (J W Pilolean. I.leut J T.
Clarke. Lieut W M Itobeils. Dr I J.
Ilnnsboltoui, Miss Venn ltlihmond,
Lena Klihmoud Miss Ida l.ossnell,
.Miss J J Dud.'), Mlts II It Locke,
Cupt. C It HoMiuifr wife and ilillil
Mrs. II 1' llo)t and mui Mi's J. 1.
I'lesntll mid ihild Mis II Tupes nnd
child, Mis I Macklln nnd child. Mis
T A. Lew Is, Mrs C II I'lnnklln. Mrs
J. J. Curry, C I. Dillon. J J Meanj, J.
P. Thompson, O II. lenklns. .Mrs. W.
A. Ilojle. II P Pord Mib W II lloh.
erts. P. II, Itrundnge, W II. LIe, W.
McLaughlin, II, II. lluthcifoid and
child. L. M. Theabeaden, Mrs n. C.
IJattcn, J. J. Kellei house, Miss Mary
Spraguc, J K llarrett, Lieut J L. Pur
cell, Dr. C. Martin, Di. C P Smith,
Joso Vano, .7. A. Lo ltn nnd wife
Lieut. J. T. U Mitchell, T D Mars
Held. Piom IIIlo and way po'ts p-i slmr.
Klnnu, Pebruaiy S P Pick W 11.
Davis, Capt, Ceo II Wliltne) Call
T. Lehners, Mrs Call T Leluu-is,
Miss I. Clark, W A Johnson Miss
Iy Illchaidson, W. II. Coilili. I!si)
K. Kelley. I. S Holt, II. II. Spots
wood, P. O Snow, P. CniU'i Pinj
,,J(,If.e- u, KiiBninn nnd wife. J-nlr
(lllbeit V. Little, Giorge lloss. Mis
V. Pnneux. Miss It Ilnlle), K l
Io), J S Innoinus, It J. Koal-iula
W Anehl (1 Matsuba)aslil, C
Iladdak),D Lycurgus ,1 Malonc A
C. Campbell, Di R. II liuiil Dr Fit
kal and suvaut, J II Clnniey 1. T
Lauson, J 8 Kay, 1 A. 1'iazer Miss
M Pope, Mrs Condor. D Glass Y
Wokoyama, Dr J. II lln)inond wife
child and nuisu; Miss N Cuinmings,
Col W. II Cm nwell. George II Cutter
W II, Mist, wife, child and maid; Mrs
Koll and daughtoi, D It Vlda and 8?
Exciting Football Game
by Association Play
BOTH SIDES SHOW
SOME EXCELLENT PLAY
Individual Players do Some Clever
Work and Teams Show
Result of Uniform
A ery Interesting game, of Assocla.
tlon football was plajed yesterday nf
ternoon on the Mnklkl grounds be
tween the Made lllmns nnd tho Hnck-
feldl)ales team the former winning
b one gonl
The teams weie composed
Mnlle Illman Cummlngs goal: H.
Andeison, MiGlll, back, Ilrown, Crnll;,
I Anderson, half bneks; Munro, Latin
dale, llole. Holster Chainhcrlaln, for
wards Haikfcld Dales Dusenheig, gonl,
(lulld lleardmore, back, Isenbeig, Sin
elnlr. Chuiton. hallDacks; II) er. Iliett.
Morse, Dalles. Stopp, forwards
the game Mnrted Into as iisunl, the
Hatkfcld-DaWeH team defending the
niauka goal and the Mnlle lllninH the
Hot Scrimmage at Start.
After ai Minting up and down be
tween the two goals for some little
time, a foul on Ilojle of tho Mnlle
lllmns gae n I'm! kick to the Hack
folds The ball a little Inter came ery
near the Hnckfeld's goal A kick was
made for goal, but the ball struck the
post nnd bounded back in front of tho
goal A hot seilmmnge followed, which
ended In the ball passing up the field
ugnln Somo lei or passing ot tho
ball b the .Mnlle llimn plajcrs hiought
the ball well up Into Hnckfeld terrl
toij. when It finally dossed the lino.
A hot scrimmage took place In fiont
of tho Hnckfeld goal, tho situation be
Ing finally sa,cd by tho goalkeeper.
Duscnbcig, who did lino work through
out tho gnme The ball passed up
the field nnd came piett near to the
Maile Ilimnn goal, and was forced past
the baiks, when It was saved by final
keeper Cummins, who inn up and
kicked It to rentei field The ball wns
tin own in from the side lino lory near
the Malic Illmn line, but wns eleiiil)
passed up Into Hackfeld tcrrltor)
Doyle's Splendid Kick.
A good pass from Morse to II) vi en
nbled the latter pla)ci to bring the
ball mai the Made Illnia goal The
ball wns passed up nnd down on kicks
llually passing oier the Hackfeld line
llo)le mado n splendid kick fiom the
wing foi the lliukfeld goal. The lull
passed light into goal, when It wiyi
cleoil) snod b) Goalkeeper Dusen
beig. Tho ball was sent In n series
of passes by the Malles right In front
of the Hnckfeld goal, when Dusenbeig
ngnln sned It A splendid kick fiom
Andeison (enteicd tho ball well In
fiont of the llnckfeld goal, wheie n
shoit seilmmnge took place lesultlng
lu the ball being passed tluough the
goal. The goal had ahead) been glen
by the lefeiee . L. Illackinan, when
It was found out that tho ball had been
out of limits shortly befoie Audeisou's
Goal Called Off.
As the linesman had neglectid to
I also bis flag, the rcfeiee natmally
failed to know this until nftci the goal
hail been miide. Undei tho c Ileum
stances he could onl) cnll olY the gonl
so that the tiams stood ngaln on an
Muniii kicked foi the IliuUldil gonl
but a by wns the result A foul on
the Hackfilds gau n free kick to the
Millie Illmas. Tho ball passed down
In fiont or tho Hackfeld goal and -i
kick for gonl wns made Dusenbeig
enught tho ball but In stepping bni L
can led It oer tho line, giving thu
Malles a Ireo kick.
Meiso and Dalles, b) passing the
ball between them, got It well down on
Mallo llinid ground, wheio it flnnlly
passed oiur tho line, Lansdale made
a good shot for the Hackfeld goal, but
Dusenberg saved It. Moisu by boiiio
clovei dodging, brought the ball down
near tho Malles' line. Davles hiought
the ball down Into Mnilo teriitoiy, but
was stopped by tho backs Lnnsdule
kicked the ball over the Huekrelds'
line This ended thu llrst half time.
(Finished on page 4 )
AlJen Klectrlc "IMP
pensory Is gtnr intecJ
all the curative prnne-
tifs of the enan Ive belts now sold i
Io tors and JrucgMs. It rIv es a v er
trnnc: current nf electricity and Is ei-ilv
reRiilated. H'.und to supersede others. Cm
he hid from the undersigned onlv im
igents: nn discount. Ircul ir free. AdJress
(le pec Electric Co . 206 Post St , S n
Francisco. Sent free to Hawaii for $5.00
WIHUn 1 NO
Men Contesting for Right
to Play In Inter
WHITES SCORE SEVEN
AND REDS COUNT FOUR
Good Team Work Was Lacking.in
Yesterday's Event and Attendance
of Spectators Rather
The first polo prnctleo game under
the new order of things took pinto yes
terday afternoon at Knplolanl Park be
tween the flist and the second teams,
also known ns the Whites nnd Hods.
The game wns mainly Interesting on
account or the fact that It wns the
first of the preliminary games which
nrc to result In tho picking of a per
iiiiinent tenm, which Is to piny tho
teams from the other Islands in the
coming Inter-Island matches
The llnc-up of the teams was ns
Whites Potter, 1, Angus, 2, Dilling
ham, 3 nnd Dole, back.
Heds Atkinson, 1; Hancock, 2,
Dickc), 3, and Flcmmlng, back Dickey
pla)lng ns a substitute for Judd who
Is absent on another Island nt present
The gamo was pln)cd In four 10
minute periods Instead of two 15 mln-.
uto nnd two 10 minute periods ns Is.
genernlly done, on account of tho ex
cessive heat which prevailed on tho,
When the game began the Reds Im-'
mediately got tho ball under their
control nnd carried It through their
opponents' goal In less than one min
ute's play after tho start. Tho ball
wns dropped very neatly In front of
the goal by Atkinson nnd It wns picked
up by Hnneock who drove It through
the goal thus making the llrst goal for
the Reels j
The next gonl was made ver Bhort
1) after b) Angus in favor of the
Whites Dillingham made nnother
go-il In favor of the Whites, carrying
the ball with a splendid exhibition ot
pin) Ing through the entire length of
the field Atkinson mndc nnother gonl
In fine fashion Ho held off Dole nnd
suddciil) dashed ahead picking up tho
hall and dilvlng It through the goal h)
a fine long shot. Potter finally secur
ed anothei goal for the Whites, mak
ing tho llnal score for the first period.
Whites, three goals, and Reds. two.
In the second period Atkinson scored
another goal In the Reds' favor Dill
ingham missed n back hand stroke In
ccnterfletd. Atkinson picked up the
ball and succeeded In sending It
through goal Angus made another
KEonl foi' the Whites, making the score
at the end of the second period
Whites, four, and Heds, three.
In the third period Potter and Dill
ingham each made n goal In favor of
the Whites and in the fourth period
Potter made a goal for the Whites,
and Hnneock made one for tho lied
The n mil scoie thus stood Whites. 7,
nnd Heds, 4
There weie not many special fea
tures of the game woithy of mention
Dole was a little out of form and more
missing took place all around than was
the case ill the game which wns pla)cd
a week ago. Atkinson worked haul In
his new position as ono In the second
team and exhibited some good horse
manship. He showed some lack of
Judgment, however, In one or two of
his ptn)s Potter wns alive In his old
position hut did not show up in ns
good shape ns he did lu the game
against the Lnw)crs' team n week ago.
Hnneock gnvc piomlse of developlug
luto a quick man at two, which Is a!
new position to him Ho showed con
siderable ability In getting Into pla)
with much bjilrlt.
Fleming had Double with his mount
hut showed cspeeinll) well In dilvlng
out from behind goals. Dlcki), who
pla)cd as a substitute foi Judd, put up
a good gnmo He might bo eiltlelsed
however, foi the appaieut leeklessuess
of his play b) which lie thieatened
the safety of both himself und the oth-
ci pla) els. Angus und Dillingham ill
their old positions put up n fait g.imtv
but showeel some relapse fiom tho
splendid gam6 they put up last week
when tho Importance of the gnmo add-,
od as a spur to their energies. While i
they weio on deck when called upon I
the) weie perhaps not as aggiesslvo as
the) showed themselves lu the plu
While tho men )esteidny did not
show an) especial team woik this was
not to lie expected as tho teams iuo
new nnd tho platers not used to woik-'
Ing togethei It seems, howevei, us If
they possess the possibilities ot devel
oping somo excellent tenm work when
they have been pla) lug together a lit
Thero weio not veiy many people
piesent at )osterda)'H gamo pofBlbl)
because it was thought that It would
bo meicl) a common pinctlce gam
und as such devoid of ail) Inteiest
Wllllo the games which nro to be l'.iy-
ed soon will onl) ho piaetleo games
the) wll havo this Interesting tea tine
that, upon them, tho pie king of tho
Oaliu team will be decldid foi the Ii"
to -Island matches
Diplomatic. 'Tho callings mo veiy
piettv," alio said, w.vii Just n tlnco
of disappointment, "but the stones aio
voiy small." "But, my elenr, replied
tho foxy man, "If they wero an) larger
they would bo nil out of propnitlon to
tho slzo of )onr ears " Philadelphia
Peru Is sadly In need of a new coin
age s) stem. According to n lately pub
lished report eggs aio tho only circu
lating medium In one province
A GREAT SALE OF
S jer l v lv j( A X. Jr
IT IS SMART IT IS STYLISH IT IS CORRECT IT STRONG-
LY APPEALS TO THE LADIES IT HAS ON KELLEY RUBBER
TIRES IT HAS ThE FINEST TRIMMINGS IT IS FINELY
FINISHED IT ATTRACTS MORE ATTENTION FROM PEOPLE
THAN ANY PHAETON SHOWN IN THE TERRITORY.
C. F. Herrick Carriage Co., Ltd
125 Merchant Kt., next to Stnngenwnld Building.
SHREVE & CO.,
To facilitate trado with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver
all goods purcnascd or ordered of them free of all charges
for transportation to Honolulu or returning same to San
Francisco. Goods will be sent on selection to those know
ing (ho firm, or who will furnish satisfactory references In
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
Market Zr Post 6t., 8. F.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt
of request. Wo havo tho larsest manufactory of Jewelry
and Silverware west of New York Clt), aud are prepared to
furnish special designs.
IT THE Ml
A crowded house greeted Ernest H
gun and his company at the Orphean
In the farewell perfoimance of 'A Trip
tn Coontown" last evening upon ihe oc
casion of their final appearance, and
the audience bubbled wltn enthusiasm
nt the mnn) eomlcnl aetB picscnted
" Trip to Coontown" hns with
out doubt been the very clovei est ploi
plnjeel b) this company and, ns per
formed last night. It made a mobt fi
large pirt of the audience con
slhted of soldiers from the tr.inspor'
.Meade and the) pioved a well behaved
nnd appreciative part)
Kinest Hogan, of course, was the
stnr performer and his ' Carrlo couhtn t
can) any more" and "I must have
been dreaming" might be said to have
'caught on "
Mm lei Ringgold court United some
nmazlngl) good dancing of n kind ael
doin been and the Sherrnh Quarte'
was In gient demand, especially wltu
thill calliope song,
Katie Milton had n piece of actlns
and n good song In "I want to be the
leading lad) ' and was obliged to re
spond to numerous encores.
The comedy concluded wltL j.
sketch from "El Capltan." by tho en
tile coinpaii), which was well render
ed, Madame Cordelia, Hill) MeClain
mid Lawrence Chenault taking th.
Ilugan annouueeil Hint he will te
t ill ii to the Islandi- next )oar better
prcpaied to catei to Honolulu theater
goeis His lemuiks weio leeched
wlih aiml uisu nnd lets for nil the coin
pail) weie handed over tho foot
lights as a tribute to tlieli popularlt)
The English national anthem In in.
durgolug lepalis in ordei to mako it
uccoid with the now monnrchy As at
piesent sung It leads 'God snvo oui
gracious king " This, apparently. Is
not impeiiallstle enough lor tho prr
ent court, besides which, tho word
"graeloiiB" Is held to ho moio nppll
cablo to a queen than a king So m
the coronation, the tefinin will be
chanpeil to 'God cave our lord the
king," which, by the wny, was used
In the earliest extant copies ot the an
them, dated 174'.
A large Importer has consigned to
us a quantity of rich Oriental Rugs,
with Instructions to sell them nt
Pastern pi Ices,
In compliance, we shall on Monday,
February 10th, aud during tho week
following offer tho people of Hono
lulu an opportunity to purchase rare
nnd beautiful rugs at prices as low as
could he secured by going to Now
Those familiar with fine rugs will
recognize the India, Cashmere, Fer
eghan, Kerman, Ouendjli, Kara
bagh, Oagheitan, Kheva and Bokhara
as high class goods.
Tho sizes are: 15x10, 12x9, 12x8. llx
8, 10x7 10x5. 0x0, 8x5, 7x1, Cx3, 6x4,
There are also about 50 samples of
20x03 Inch American made Smyrna
and Moquette Rugs, which will bo
Included In the sale at very low prices.
INSPECTION COROIALLY INVITED
H. P. BALDWIN Preside
J, n. CASTLE 1st Vice Prewld.
W. M. ALEXANDER ...2nd Vies Pr
J. P. COOKE Tretsur.
W. O. SMITH Sccretax,
GEO II CARTER .. AuellU
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial Suisr f
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company.
ICIhel Plantation Company
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company
The CaJifornia aud Oriental S. 5. C
GASTLE & COOK!
The Ewa PHntatlon Co.
'Tho Walalua Agricultural Co., Lu
I The Kohala Sugar Co.
I The Walamea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St, Louis, M
Tho Standard Oil Co.
I The Geo. F. Wake Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance Ct
The Etna Fire Ins. Co. ot Hartford
The Alliance Assurance Co. ot Londo.
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULI
The Lancashire insurance Co.
Tho Ualolse Insuranco Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
BISHOP & CO.
established tn I8S8.
Transact business In all departments
Collections carefully attended to.
Exchange bought nnd sold.
Commercial and Travelers' Letters
of Credit Issued on Tho Hank of Cali
fornia and N. M. Itothschlid & Sons,
Correspondents Trie Bank of Cali
fornia, Commercial Banking Co. of
Sydney, Ltd., London.
Drafts and cablo transfers on China
and Japan through the Hongkong &
Shanghai Danklng corporation and
Chartered Dank of India, Australia and
Interest allowed on torm deposits at
tho following rates por annum, viz:
Seven days' notice, at 2 per cent.
Three months, at 3 per cent.
Six months, at 3 1-2 per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per cent.
Act as Trustees under mortgages.
Manage estates (real and personal).
Collect rents and dividends.
Valuable papers, Wills, Bonds, etc.,
received for safe-keeping.
Auditors for Corporations and Pri
Hooks examined and reported on.
Statements ot Affairs prepared.
Trustees on Bankrupt or Insolvent
OFFICE, 924 BETHEL 8TREET.
Deposits received and Interest al
lowed at 4 1-2 per cent por annum, In
accordance with Rules and Regula
tions, copies ot whlcu may be obtained
FIRE, MARINE LIFE, ACCIDEN1
AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY IN
Insurance Office, 924 Bethel Street.
Wm. G. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, : : T. H.
Ban Francisco Agents The Ne
vada National Dank ot San Francisco.
Ban Francisco The Nevada. Na
tional Bank ot San Francisco.
London Tho Union Bank ot Lon
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Dresdner Dank.
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 on
'approved Becurity. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills of Ex-
cnauge oougni ana soia.
Collections Promptly Accounted For?
Pioneer' Building and Loan
A8SET8, JUNE 3J, 1901, t80.043.37.
Money loaned on approved security.
a Having lianK tor monthly deposits.
Houses built on the monthly Install
Twenty-third Sorlcs of Stock Is now
OFFICERS J. L. McLean. Presi
dent: A. A. Wildor, Vice President;
O. B. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear,
DIRECTORS 3. L. McLean, A.
A. Wilder. A. V. Gear, C. B. Gray,
J D. Holt, A. W. Kcech. J. A. Lyie,
Jr., J. M. Little, li. S. Boyd.
A. V. GEAR,
Offlce Hours; 12:301:30 p. m.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Yen 24,000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,000
Reserved Fuud Yen 8,510,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
Tho Bank buys and receives tor col
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and transacts a
general banking business.
On Fixed Per cent
Deposit. Per annum.
For 12 months 4
For ti months 3)
For 3 months 3
Branch ot the Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., Ill King Street
The Well Dressed Woman
Is always attracavo as also Is
tho well dressed house Our
will glvo that beauty to tho
house that makes everything
look cheerful and pleasing.
Tho now designs aro bright
and beautiful. Our prices are
. tho very lowest Give us a
LEWERS & COOKE,
If vou hav them jour fl fuve ilmp'v ifqulre4
taj ImMis t I not necessary to t torturvi by
mm Ineroulne mils, bunions chllblulns etc
They may I cue 1 that It, yuiir fee. may be trokn
of their baJ habits Ynu will be surprised not enly
how much more easily an i comforutly ou will walk
but with how much n ore vljior and fort ycu wilt be
able to THINK ASH ACT in all your business or sex 11
Calt and see tn about this or sen4 ire wori ani
wilt call on ou
DR. W. R. HOGLH.
IS Arlington Building,
Hotel 8t. near Fori.
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