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Published Every Day Except Sunday,
H 120 King Street. Honolulu,
T II., by tho
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
WALLACE It FAItltlNQTON.. Editor
Entered at the I'ost Olllco at Hotio
lulu as second class matter.
Per month, an) where In V 9
Per quarter nnywhore In U S
Per )enr, any w hero In U. S .
Per )car. postpaid, foreign ..
The Sunday Bulletin.
Per month J .15
Per quarter 35
Per )car 2C
Per iar. postpaid, foreign 1.75
Per )car anywhere In U. S $100
Per ear, postpaid, foreign 1.60
Evening and Sunday Bulletin.
Per month, nnj where In U S 1 .90
Per quarter, an) where in U S .. 2 35
Per )ear, nn where In U S . 9 2"
Per )oar, postpaid, foreign . . 12.76
Sunday and Weekly Bulletin.
Per )ear . . J 2 25
Per ear. postpaid, foreign . 3 25
Post Offlco P.OX 718
Peace talk has hnidl) remind tlm
edit) stage before another rcgretjblo
i lasli with the Doers Is experienced
One nrlnelml of a laree nrennminrt
xhonl has told his pupils that life 11
too short to attempt rtlmatlnc .lear-1
too short to attempt educating cigar
The gathering of national Democra
tic leaders to talk harmoii) remind)
one to much of harmoii) In Hawaii
lots of talk.
No mone), no fight Is a pugilistic,
nxlom that should neter tie applied to
politics more espcclall) the efforts of
Die Republican paity
Now that Miss Stone is released, the
brigands and the )ellow Journals may
be expected to eiicncc In a nttrrt unr
oter the spoils and glor) for securing
Minister Wn Is doing a lot of out
side talking theso da)s which would
quick!) get him lno trouble If he rep
resented a nation of greater diploma
Renewed outbreak of Ihu hI.iimw In
Australian ports again points to the
necessit) of constant effort to protect
this port and the forttnrfllni- nf morv
practical rreasure for the improtcmcnt
or s.i nun r conditions throughout tho
Doubtless Thurston would refuse1 to
put any money Into tho Kona enter
prise on ni count of Humphrey con
ncctlon with the plantations affairs
Hut Thurston has )et to rule the busi
ness Interests of Hnwali or properl)
lolce their sentiments
Southern Senators In a fist fight call
from nearly eter) Southern gentleman
the statement that such an exhibition
was Impossible during the old dajs.
Whateter else Tillman niu) be he Is
not u reprchentatlte of the Southern
gentr) eter ready to fight If necessar)
but nlwa)s maintaining the dlgnlt) of
It ram be that Carters leiiieiiLi
was duo to his disc oter) on nriltal In
ban rranelsto that he was not ex
pected In Washington Ileforc Mr
Carter has trateled far homier, ho
will lealize that lit docsn t gain un)
thlnir for himself or nnimm i Isn he
treating the newspaper bo)s after the
manner or sir I'lauue .MncHonnlil .
Twenty per cent reduction on Cu
ban sugar will tint no opposition from
Hawaii, nartlcularlv when It Is tnni.
cd conditional on Cuba adopting our
labor laws It Is far better to accept
this plan thun to allow Cuba to fill
up with cheap labor and then raise a
hue nnd cry for annexation certain to
be heeded In the not far distant fu
ture. Secretar) of the Treasur) Shaw had
hardly been Installed In office before
being called upon to hear complaints
ngnlnst the methods used li) Nt York
customs officials In searching baggage.
This is standing bugbear In the
Treasur) department, and arises largc
I) from the desire of weulth) Ameri
cana to do n llttlo aristocratic smug
gling Thurston's Advertiser Is welcome to
the fun measure of suppurt It can find
In the statements of S M Damon, P.
C Jones and Cecil Ilrown for Its mali
cious attacks upon the First Circuit
Court as well as upon tho Integrity of
the business community Thcro Is not
an Iota of evldenco to uphold the con
tention of the morning organ of defa
mation. "In concluding their teport the mem
bers of tho court of Inquiry, Admirals
Dowey, Ilenham and Ramsa), unite in
stating that they recommend that no
further action bo bad In the matter
With this recommendation I most
heartily concur. There Is no excuse
whatever from either side for any
further agitation of this unhappy con
troversy. To keep It allto would meie
ly do damage to the Navy and to the
This closing paragraph of President
Roosevelt's revlow of the Sampsou
Schley controtersy expresses the ruling
sentiment of the Amorlcan people.
Neither tho friends of Sampson nor
thn friends of ftehlev are In n stntn nf
mind to render unlmpassloned Justlco
to the admirals engaged In tho Sintl-
ago battle. History will relato that
Admiral Sampson commanded tho
squadron, Admiral Schloy was no
coward and the captains of the Amerl
can ships won tho fight.
HOLD PARTY 8TKI.NGTII.
The discussions of part) nffalrs In
the fourth District committee brought
out the statement that the Home Itutc
part) would he In the field with n can
didate because this political organisa
tion does not neul much tnonc), Its
following being held together b) so
railed patriotic niothcs The lirpub
Mentis on the other hand needed money
and reports from tho uirlous commit
teemen Indicated a lack of that lojul
t) nppannt In the opposition ranks.
If this leptesentatlon of the situation
be true It Is time tho Republican part)
learned wisdom from the eponi) It 'i
Indeed a sad cummentar) on the Ilc
publlcau part) when laek of lo)nlt) to
part) prlmlple must be admitted aii'l
Is exemplified b) the refusal of men
calling tlumseheg ltepubibans to ote
or urge their empto)cs to oto Eny
detail of such a state of affairs points
to part) weakness or falluie to icallie
what constitutes party strength.
The members cnnasslng the district
said that the men. with tho intra n
ull In faor of putting a candidate In
me nem ami making the fight whllo
the men with money wero strongly niul
In some Instances bitterly opposed to
sin h a couise. Tho opposition th par
t) has to meet can work without aion
e) )et b) allowing the ilectlou o go
to this opposition by default, certain
Republicans think the) are eonseiii",;
thdr energies for a ilctorlous irattln
In Not ember..
Has It eter occurred to t'icse gentle
men that elections arc carried by
totes' If It Is hoped to hold these
totes In line for the general election, It
" .us01",'- necessar). that l.
.Tn , . J"""' ,!fll!'Cr '"? "'
"CaU" ?r.',n lnl,orcn' ,ll8"la al IcU8t
un equal uegrec or part) lo,nlt) or pv
trlotlsm as the opposition Hawaiian
American Republicans In the Kouith
District aro prattlcall) a unit for nam
ing n candidate ami rontcstlni; the
election Tho elfeet upon them of j
refusal to act Is to creat a lack of con
fidence In the part) and it readiness
to meet an Issue at an) anil all limes
Are certnln business men of the city
who are bitter!) opposed to prcsput
pai't) nitltlt) read) to accept the re
sults of a loss of part) prestige among
their pre Kent Hnwallan-Amcilcau Id
lotting' Do the) bclleto that bolster
ed l) large contributions the art) nn
In Not ember retrlete whatetei loss ot
prestige It experiences b) tasting ns'du
the adtlec and suggestion of the strong
If this quer) Is answered In the
anirmatlte, the conclusion Is not sum.
pcitctl b) experience of the past In thli
'I) or ant other portion of the I nltcd
States Hawaiian-Americans are new
to American political nctlilt) and
the outset the dominant part) tar
nishes them with n lesson A.ileh if It
teaches an) thing points to a lacit of
Steadfast lotaltv. nml tilnrfti r ilnllniu
and cents on a pedestal a notch higher
The dut) of the paity Is to meet Its
opponents on their own giounds If
the Home Rulers can make a contest
without monej It Is n bad da) Tor tlm
Republican part) when It become) nc
eessar) for Its lenders to admit that
hope of success fades when the mitrl
butlon box Is not filled.
A diess suit has )it to stand In the
ttii) of an Irishman celebrating St
Patricks day In proper st)le Irish
men don't size up men h) the broad
cloth )ard stick It's the man that
BID POli POPULARITY.
ISan I'ranclsco Call J
Delegate Wilcox of Hawaii has but
slight chance to make a reputation for
himself at Washington, but ho has
made a bid for nnniilirlti nmnnt- hi.
of a bill doubling the salaries of Sena
tors and Renrescntntltcn nml linmi
sonul) Increasing that of etery other
omciai at tne capital .
MOST CREDITABLE EDITION.
Kltchburg (Mass ) Sentinel
Ex-Ma) or Rockwell rccclted Mon
day, from W C Emory, n bundlo ot
Honolulu papers One Is n special edi
tion of tho Honolulu Ilullctln, detoted
to tho sugar Industry Tho paper Is
profusel) Illustrated wfth half tone
pictures, and the Issue would reflect
creditably on n much larger city In an
UAT8 AND PLAGUB.
All nrticle on the nlnmii la lauii,,l
fiom tho Institute for Infectious Ills
cases In Ilcrlln, and Is thus nn official
contribution to the further Btudy ot
tho nlnsue It nrnrlnlmu Hint elm r,.
cent adtanccs In our knowledge, of tne
means or dissemination of tho plaguo
llV ratH rf llllet U n nniv Ititfirnnllmml
conference necessary, as tho rulings
or tho conrcreuco of 18U7 nro now ob
solete In many respects Tho quaran
tine regulations adopted by tho con
ferenco need rotlslon, nnd tho Intro
tluctlon of International measures
against lats on ships and In harbor
Hats aro to tho spread of tho plague
What Water in to rhnlnrn n ii. I tlm am.
cessful results of nrotihtlnctln mnno
ures when tho rnts hato been con
sclously or unconsciously destroyed or
driven awny, aro tho most Impoitnnt
acquisitions to our rntnii.ilL-ri nt-nlnat
the plague In Egypt the rnts wore
not directly attacked as tho attempt
was considered absolutely hopcltss,
hut tho disinfection of tho houses, the
desti notion of accumulated carbano.
ele and tho saturation nf tlin linimeu
with sublimate had tho unexpected
effect of dilvlng the nits nwny and
keeping them nway from human habl
tatlons nml It wits thus possible to
control and stamp out tho plaguo
The principal prophylactic menBine,
liotvt ter Is to destroy nil tho rats on n
ship having an Infected port A sin
gle Itlfcftcd rnt nRennltil- tn nhnrn la
Infinitely more dangerous to tho torn
uiiiiiiLV limn miiL-nn iinrinnia na rttirn
glon from tho latter can almost cer
,nln,y ,J0 controlled Ships con bo
?..nre'l ?'. rttts. '?. PlsnoiiH Bases
without Injury to tho cargo Tho ship
Pertrainnn reeenltv nrrlvml nt Itam
burg from nn Infected port with dead
rnta 1)Ut no cnBeH of pla 10 on b ,
Promnt nxtprmlnntlnn nf ttw rnta l.n.
foro unloading prevented any Infection
or tho crew or workmen unloading the
The Dan) sz bacillus Is uncertain in
Its results, but may'bo found useful In
places where poisons enn not be used,
as in craln ujirplimtana tn tnnn
He taeclnntlon or scrum treatment Is
usenn ior persons dlrcctl) exposed to
the plague, ph)slc!aus, nurses, etc.,
but enn Rrnrrolv lm nti.,li.i .. ,....
scale In fact all tlin intitira mi
lected to date In respect to their prac
tical nluo, nro unrelinhle or else com
piled Under nnrh innlnn nn.HtlH
ns to excludo nil compnrntito conclu
sions Eteu in the recent tests nt
Cape Tottll the number Imixiilnt,.,! In.
000, was so small In proportion to the
uiiiiiui'inuieu isuuutl, that It Is im
possible to draw- concluslte deductions
from the results Ami plngue serum
promises well, and ir BUltnble Improv
ed media and methods of ctiltltatlon
for thn plngue bacillus can bp tllstot-
Cretl. Which Mill Ttrnlnn.. ft, . ni... ..t
Hires a soluble powerful toxin, serum
irc-tumcm ma) prote n taluablc odju
taut lu the ttnr against the plague
Journal American Metllcnl Association
Dillingham A. Cn Is rnnnliTnrlrn. ti,
ncltlsablllt) of taking up the Kona Su
gar eo proposition A meeting was
held this morning but no definite con
clusions were nrrltcd at Another
meeting was to hate been held this
afternoon nt 2 30 oclork but Mr Dill
ingham being bust with lil nmll (W
the 'oast the matter went oter until
n later hour It ma) be that b) night
fall Kona will be on Its feet again
IT YES 111,
ialunn an old native who lltes near
Vlnonrd street In the Mclnit) of tho
stream appeared In tho Pollco Court
this forenoon on the chnrgo of common
uuiMiiici- iniuna was arrested setcr
al da) s ago on the complaint of other
nntltes lltlng In tho vicinity who
claimed that the defendant was In tno
habit of washing his carriage In a shed
which he- had built dlrcctl) oter a
ditch that furnished tho residents of
the locality with their drinking water
The police reported the matter to
the Hoard of Health m-i.i.to nri. r i,-.
Ing enused the natltes nrrest, nnd tho
lauei itiunti Hint tho matter had been
great!) exaggerated It was a fact
that the natlte had built his shed f ter
uie tiittn. out he had neter been In the
hnblt of washing his carnage in that
place and consequently there was no
common nuisance whateter.
Kallllln hnil hit man timIIi. t,rnu,t I...
Judge Wilcox when all tho facts had
tieeii presented There has been bad
blood between Kaluna nnd other nn
lltes of the tlclnlt) for some time pn6t.
As Knlunn left the court room thin
forenoon Judge Wilcox lemnrked that
he would not be surprised to see him
leturn tomorrow morning nnd swenr
out a warrant for the arrest or sonm
of tile other people.
Is Now Missing.
Considerable anxiety Is at present
helm: felt for the iKtnml nphnnn, mi....
Kimball which left Waltneo, Kauai on
Moiuln) for this port Tho Kimball,
wbeu she sailed, had all sails set and
a single reer In her mainsail
In the terrible weather which has
pretalled It Is thought that tho schoon
ir has been blown n Inno- iiiatnn... tn
windward and will hate a hard time of
u gittlng untk She was not protl
slonetl for n long crulso nnd was prctt)
light, hatlnt: ntithlni? lmt ,,,i,i..
abouid Since Icatluc Knual iinthlm?
lias been seen of her b) the steamers
Hawaii or a poit or refugo on Nllhnu
tier crew win nate a talo of hardship
and piltatlon to iccouut whtn they
Captnln Ellscn Is In command of tho
Kimball nnd with him are a crow ot
eight nun, two of theso being whita
ACIII WANTS 700.
W C Aehl, tho attornc). Is tho
plaintiff In nn assumpsit caso against
I.ouls Vnsconeelles and M 0 Sllta
Mr. Vltns complains that theio Is duo
him tho Bum of $700 for rent on cer
tain lands at Kahaluu nnd Keauhou In
the district of Kona, Hnttall It op
pi at s that the defendants lensed tho
lands In question from Kaomen nt a
certain stipulated rental Later on,
tho rent duo April. 1901, nnd October
19, 1901 was assigned to him This
amounted to $700 nnd although rro
quent demands had been made for the
linvmeilt of the Rnme tint mm ,.., I. -.I
. . - -.. ......., w wmv IVUl liUlt
been hniided In
S)tlne), reb 20 rour hundred em
plo)es hate been thrown out of em
ployment owing to tho closing of Her
Majest)'s Theater In connection with
tho plaguo outbreak Etcrytthcie lu
the city and suburbs great aetlvlt) Is
being shown to pretent tho plague get
ting a serious hold.
A man named Watklns, at Itedfern,
cmplojeil In Sussex street, has been at
tacked by plague Another suspicious
case has occurred at Mlllei's Point
The patient Illlder is dead.
Ilrlsbnne Keb 20 A )nutb named
Burns Is Buffering from plague There
aro tlireo other suspicious tascs
Washington l"eb 23 Altninev
fli nernl Knox has delivered to the
1'iesldent his findings In tho mnttei
or tho charges filed ngalnst Aitliui II
Noyos Judge of tho Second dltlslon of
tho United Stntcs Dlstiict Couit or
Alaska Tho charges alleco Ineomne
'ency nnd corruption although, tlm
Attoinev Oennrnl tma thn rlinr,,., .,!
dishonesty was not pressed
Alter rovlowlng tho caso at length
tho Atttirnov General concludes his
roport ns follows:
"Such wns lliR enil nf thin Vnmn lltl.
gatlon out of which has sprung so
much complaint, bitterness nnd nuhlie
scandal. Alter rot low, It remains that
HOPES FOR Kill
EVENINO nULLETIN, HONOLULU. H T.WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 1D02.
Special Bargain Sale of
Pacific Hardware Go,,
Odds nntl Ends ot Brnnds not now carried
In Htock to be closed out nt n sacrifice.
A chance to buy pure paints to cover the
wear and tear on your buildings. t i
Come early nnd select your colors and
qunntltles. it n it tt tt it
Pacific Hardware Co.
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
The Hits of the Year
Every job the perfeclion
A fine specimen of the carriage, builders' art. We have
others equally good,
C. F. Herrick Carriage Co.,
125 Merchant 8t next to Stanjjcntvnld Building.
the actual consequences of theso
prot ceilings in tho Alaska District
Court, wero to bring that court Into
flfsrosntft nml tn Itnnnlr nnlilln .nn.
denco In IIb wise and impartial admin-
istrntlon of Justice
"III tlew of thn frireirnlm- ni.,1 nfl...
tilt! most cnroflll rnnuliiernn.iti I l,n,
"I Irst, Thnt tho appointment of a
reeelter In tho enso icfcried to, with
Ollt lUltitn tfl thn ilnfntiMnnta nn.l .)..
refusal upon hearing to discharge tho
receit or, anil tne consequent tllspos
session of tho defendants of their
propcrt) was not justified under tho
fntts. the nlcadlnirB nnd the nrlntlnlea
"Second, Thnt thero Is no Justlflcn
tlon shown for the lefusal b) Judgn
No)es to settle a bill oi exceptions ut
the Instnnco of tho defendants nnd for
the lefusal to nllotv them an nppeal
"Thlid That aftci an appeal lad
been allowid by the Circuit Court or
Appeals and tho writ of supersedeas
hail been sort ed upon Judge No)cb,
the plalntiffB nnd tho reeelter, Judgu
ono of hostility and obstruction, tt bit h
ro)es- nttittiilo toward the wilt was
wns totnllv Inennstatent ulth hlu ni.ll
clal duty toward a superior court and
townrtl tho litigants seeking thioiigb
thnt court retcrsal of his Judicial ac
"Pnttrti. Thnt .i.i Vn.n. ,,.....
.....i ..T.i i ij "w v j.,.v., .,,,, uiHunnuuaio against any of our
It) t w th bo removeil from off en." i,,,i,.i,i.... " ' "' ""'
Tho President will apprnto of these i
.ZTtroVoSZr" ,IISm,88 J'
tto)es from office.
New York l'eb 22 Tho Manhattan
Club was tho steno tonight of thn
gi cute st gatheilng of Democrats In Its
hlstor) Democrats of local and na-
tionul itputatlon fiom thliD-elght
States weie present It was n '"iccep
tlon glteu , out-of-town mcmbeis o ,
Tho speakers wero Datld 11 Hill
Justiie Charles II. Truax. Ma)oi at-
lick A Collins of Boston nnd Edward
At the Miesta' table weie Ootcrnoi
loole or Montana, Mu)or Collins. Mr
Shepaul IMwuid Miirph) of New Vork I
Don M Dickinson of Michigan. W A.
(Mail; of Montana, (1011113! Joseph
Wheeler ot Ahibuina, C S Thomas ot I
Colorado c E S. Wood of Oiegon
Judbtin Harmoii of Ohio, Itobert 11 1
Bonnet tit Kdwaid Coopei, Daniel S
Lamont Norman E. Mack Augustus '
an W)tk lohn D. Crliumlns P II 1
Dugio Morgan J. O'llilcn. Cliailes 8
Tain I or Now Vo.k, II. n T Cablo
or Illinois Justice 1 runx, John 0 Car-
lisle nml Peirc Helmnnt
nsii iinlleir) lelniou
A large uumboi of letteis of icgiet
weie iccclted Among thoso who sent
IctteiB weie Samuel Alschuler of Ull-
nols .Senator Blackburn of Kentuck)
Clot oi 1101 Beckham of Kentucky, St
Clulr McKelway Ilepiesentntito Breck -
onrldgo or Arkansas ex-Oovernor
irn...... i... 1 . , r-. , I
Hoiaio Doles or Iowa Ooternor Caiii
iller or Georgia. Ocorge Foster Pen
body, James II Eckles and Henr) Wiit
terson All tho letters tolcetl eaincst
wlshts for harmony and success and
tho speakers took harmony In tin
Democratic party as their theme.
of vehicular construction,
STILL OPPOSED TO CUBA
Said to Have Strong Following in the
House-Michigan Will Continue
the Struggle for Beet
Wnshincton. ivh "1 iini.r.,,1.
tlto Mctcnir wait! toda) "I hopo It
win no mnue clear in California that
no member of tho Cnlirnmin ,i,.t,,.
tlon fators the resolution ndoptcd by
tuu iiuib unu Aienns t (inimittfwi an,r.
hvDllllK u le'uuciion oi :u per cent in
tho duty on Cuban Imports I opposed
gestlng a i eduction of 20 per cent In
that resolution in committeo nnd will
eoiiciuiio to opposo it. I hato not quit
this light, and do not propose to. I
. n.u.ni nni-iu i unto stooti nit along
I niinln.1 !. U . . - . .
,.W'"'" "" arto Cuba tuat
A mectlnir nr thn nniift j
morro or ncxt ,,ay ,0 (IoUgo meth0(g
"' "ghtlng tho prODOSltlon tfl Inwnr tlin
tiibnn duties ItcproBenintlto Coombs
said "California Is a unit on this nnd
so is .Michigan Wo proposo to keen
Mil thn ffht tt'n l.n. n I..- ... . ..
:-" " ' muiu una ui Bircngin
'" "10 House, much more than ap
I'ears on tho snifnce. I bclloto wo can
llt,feat fie proposition to fntor foreign
"l8,?1 'i10 'M'P'"'" of n certain portion
",' ,' AZ ' People At least, wo
"' m' "low,. S " Mca,c "
positive statements on tho subject nnd
said "I lmto been assured by frond
In tho Houso from Pennsylvania, Con-
nectleiit Kentucky, Wisconsin, Ohio
Now Voik and elsetthoro that tl'ioy nro
'" us In this matter Wo do not nro.
110s0 " la "l an Instant Wo opposo
nn) intnrltlsm 01 tllst rlmlnntlnn in
fat or or Cuba I bclloto tto Bhall lot
win out," t
Washington IVI) 18 Tho minority
report 011 tho Pncinc cnblo bill, filed
XX'' " '' '8"'nt.B '"',"' '! low "'"t
" ', ('"te" '" R '" '"J (1,1""1'1 th
?. " , l K ,lmt " l"1"'" organization
the Commercial Cable Company nl
im.lj IM contiacted to lay a eablo to
, Hawaii b) Notombei 1st noxt Intend
Ing to extend tho lino to tho Philip
I Pines within two )tars thereafter Tho
linlnoilty report ndds:
1 ' Wc bclloto tho Ooternment can ob
'""'"'" nut aiunges or (iot eminent
Ul flWIlelHhln nml nml, I tl .l,t.n n...i
ul tiwneiBlilp nml at old tho risks and
.imiuviiiiiinjes or tioveruinental owner
ship by allowing a prlvato corporation
to lay and operate this cablo. More
otor, wo do not think It right for tho
Ooternment to Iny this cablo aftor a
prlvato corporation has started to lay
such a cable."
BISHOP & CO.
Established In I8S8.
Transact business In all departments
Collections carefully attended to.
Eichango bought and sold.
Commnrnlnl nml Tpflvnlnral T All...
of Credit Issued on Tho Bank of Call
comia ana in, M. Itotuschlid & SonB,
Correspondents The Bank of Cali
fornia, Commercial Banking Co. of
8ydney, Ltd., London.
uraits anu calilo transfers on China
and Japan through tho Hongkong &
Shanghai Banking Corporation and
Chartered Bank of India, Australia and
Interest allowed cn term deposits at
tho following rates per annum, viz:
8even days' notice, at 2 per cent.
Three months, at 3 per cent.
Six months, at 3 1.9 nor r.mi.
Twelve months, at 4 per cent.
A , TRUST DEPARTMENT
Act as Trustees under mortgages.
Manngo estates (real and personal).
Collect rcntB nnd dividends.
Valuable papers. Wills, Bonds, etc.,
received for safekeeping.
Auditors for Corporations and Prl
Books examined and reported on.
Statements of Affairs prepared.
Trustees on Bankrupt or Insolvent
OFFICE, 924 BETHEL STREET.
n SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
lowed at 4 1-2 per cent per annum. In
ui-i-uruunco wnn uuics ana uegula
tlons. rnnlon nf whlnt. tnnv im r.Knfj
FIRE, MARINE LIFE, ACCIDENT
AND EMPLOYERS' LIA3ILITV IN
Insurance Office, 924 Bethel Street.
Claui Sprockets. Wm, Q. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, : : t. H.
Ban Frflnrlan An.nt. a.t.A t..
vada National Bank of San Francisco.
onn rranciico To Nevada Na
tional Bank of San Francisco.
London Tho Union Bonk oi Lon
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnais.
Berlin Dresdnor Bnnk.
Honakona and Yokohama Hong
kong Shanghai Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Bank
of New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
British North America.
DOOOSltfl recnlvnn' Tallin. .,, -
approved security. Commercial and
iravoicrs- uredlts Issued. Bills of Ex
change bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
Pioneer Building and Loan"
A8SET8, JUNE 3d, 1B01, $80,043.37.
Money loaned on approved security.
A. Saving Bank for monthly deposits
HOUBes built nn thn mnnthlw ln...n
Twenty-third Series of Stock Is now
OFFinnna t t. r-T n .
dent; A. A. Wilder, Vice President:
O. B. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear,
UIIircCTOnS J. L. McLean. A.
A. Wilder. A. V nn. o n n
J D. Holt. A. W lfnw.'h t a' t ..I.
Jr., J. M. Little, B. S. Boyd. ' '
A. V. OEAn,
Omcp Hours; 12:301:30 p. m.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Ten 24,000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 18.000.000
Reserved Fund Yen 8.E10.000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
The Bank buys and receives for col
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters nf Clrerilr nH tnn...i.
general banking business.
On FIxod Per cent
Deposit. per annum.
For 12 months 4
For 6 month 3
For 3 months 3
Branch of the Yokohama Snecle rtanb.
New Republic Bid., Ill King Street
ONLY 30 CENTS
Telephono to us .Main 71 for
n dozen of the delicious, refresh
ing nnd healthful
A puro fruit product made from
tho California drupe-fruit. Finest
lahlo soda water known
Delivered free at 30c the dozen.
SODA WATER WORKS CO,,
New Map ot Oahu.
wovpltod from Government Surveys and Charts
Mam ol Suitar Plantation! Rallwayi, nj Other
Sellable Sourcei. tub map is 38x1 inches.
with artlitk coloring, and neat mountlnei, mak
ing a very useful a well as ornamental wall ma.
thbpbichoi'thb map is tto oo Copies caa
t otlaliMd from
c... J.AS T TAYLOR.
F,' Mo? WAlIAN',N'IE,Jcn5,.TD,U,U, T' "
Sonm nnrsnnH rnn thtnb nni,, tn...i
Inil Or III Wnlle-lne tlin Winm i.rltl. ,,.!..
,,w sww.i miwi nniti
strlilca. Some, llfo Montesquieu com
DOSO 111 n VtnRtrllfllBn Hlin Una nnn.l n
. .. a--..-.v.v..u whu una iui:i4 ui
eomploto Isolation, profound calm, nn
uuicr ut met open air nntl tho noise of
Ilooth Tarldngton, tho author of
.Monsieur Ilenucalrti." tins nnm Intn
POlltiCS HO hnfl hnil llln nnmn nlnnnil
on tho nrlmarv nlnrtlnn lmlint nt in
dlnnapolls for nomination for Itopro-
Beiuauvo in tne Indiana Legislature.
Architect., Contractors and ulld.rrv
V. HOFFMANN f. Mill.
Hoffman & Riley
EnlmtM Fumlln P. O Boi ,tt
Oeo. W. Pago. t.L 111
F. W. Beardslce. p. 0. Box 771
BEARDSUEE & pJOB
Architects nnd Builders.
Offices, Kllto building, Honolulu, T. II.
Sketchea and Correct Estimates fu
nlshtd on Short Notice.
OF ALL KIND8.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal,
Alton S; Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Tel. Main 193.
Jobbing promptly attend! to.
M. P. BERTELAIAN'S
IS - AIOVBD
To rear of old stand. Entrant oa
King street. Orders left at either skos
or office at John Nott's store, Klnj
street, will receive prompt attention.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
ALAKCA ST, s
Between Merchant and Queen.
W. M. Cunnlnaham. Jno. Sehaefsr.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H.I.
LOTS FOR SALE
In KnplolanI Park
Addition and In
137 MERCHANi STREET.
by Miss Ella Dayton
E. W. Quinn,
Patronage of Owners, Architects
and Builders solicited.
H6B Union St. Phone, Main 394
E. T. DREIER
Contracting and Consulting Electrical
engineer, - Plans, Spec feat ons
and Estimates Prepared, - Dealer
in electric supplies,
OFFICE Room 8, Manoon Bldg.
TEL. BLUE 281.
ACCIDENTS ARE HAPPENING
MORAL Insure In "The Travellers",
t-argen Accident Insurance
Company In the World. .:
A. C. LOVEKIN
General Agents for tho Territory of
403 JUDD BUILDING.
the old Sowing Machlno Agent, Is still
In business at 942 BETHEL STREET,
Stock on Hand Standard, Domes
tic, National, Seamstress, New Home,
Household, Expert and Vlndex.
Call and see. Try and buy.
of hulng while showing you our
handsome BtocK of German
Wo nro pleased with our
stocl. and arc suro )ou will bo
pleased also. Llncrustn makes
a heautlful and Inoxpcnslvo
wnlnscotlng for homes, offices,
stores nnd lodgo rooms.
Como nnd let us Bhow you tho
goods It will bo n pleasure to us.
LEWERS & COOKE,
Primary, Secondary or Tertiary Dlood Poison
r...,.ll, Cint, Tea tu W tr.,e at Im
"V ,,."."1' " " 4, "l" "erearj, lMJ. p.luk
ai. Mill S... atkta ul p.l... ., ralrt.e I. .uis,
re ISreU, N-plM, Cerr C.lw.4 Bf.K Cl.r
MI part .1 Ike Ui,, U.lr . Ij.brawa bllUp ..t. writ.
Cook Remedy Co.
Pi.. ?."" ''"' ". IIUMrpreehereinh Up.
k.l.lOWO. W. telUI Ike .Ml .tol.u. ,un. trek.,.
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