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Post OOlco Box 718
.....MAUCH 10, 1902.
Sure, and It's a good old time that
our citizens of Irish descent will have
at tho Moana hotel on Monday evening
or next week.
It Is reported that very many Portu
guese laborers are idle In Honolulu at
the present time. This should not be.
for the plantations can easily absorb
The storm In Hawaii has put the men
who believe the Territory has enough
money to carry It through till next
year, up against a pretty tough propo
sition. The sugar crop Is moving at a pretty
lively gait from the plantations. And
Honolulu Is not so slow cither, ns 2C,
000 bags were loaded on (he Hyadcs In
thirteen hours. "
Delays In the nnmlng of candidates
for the Fourth, Indicate that the cam
palgn will be short and sharp, in a
campaign ot this character, funds will
not cut much figure.
If that eighty-three Inch rainfall had
only occurred In the Hamakua district
last summer, what n difference It would
have made In the aggregate of this sea
son's sugar crop and dividends.
Judge Little has not hesitated to
stand up for the rights of his court
even against the Attorney General and
tho High Sheriff. What (he latter can
have to do with the detail work of a
court In lillu, it Is dltltcult to Imagine.
During the half century from 1849 to
1S99. there was only one addition to
the membership of the President's
Cabinet. The proposed addition of n
Secretary of Commerce, If approved by
Congress, will bring the Cabinet up to
a total of nlno members.
Hawaii and Maul seem to have suf
fered much moro severely from the ef
fects of last week's storm than did the
Island of Oahu. Uesldes the damage
done the depleted Territorial Tieasury
will again be called upon for funds to
repair roads anil bridges,
A woman In Boston stood In the
frame of a kite and was carried five
hundred feet up in the air. Hail she
succeeded In "flying a kite" of con
siderable proportions she would have
been regarded as a clever woman from
financial circles down. As It Is she Is
limply regarded as an adventurous
fool. ,. ,1 .
with another l.ubeck mystery on
hand the High, Sheriff's department
should be put upon its mettle to un
earth the criminal. People will very
soon get tired of continuous undetected
crime In this city, and If the present
police force is Inadequate to ferret out
the guilty there must be men, outstdo
the force who can do so. If felven the
New Orleans has decided to become
clean. Notoriously one of the most un
healthy cities In the United States, and
dependent upon old fashioned gutters
anil paddle wheel pumps for Its sewer
ago system, It has been decided to
spend J12.500.000 to purify the place.
When the operation Is completed In
three years' time, New Orleans will be
u model of sanitation. The people up
provo the plan even at the tremendous
Hllo seems to think the Superin
tendent of Public Works Is responsible
for the washout wreckage of Its
streets. If Hllo thinks that Supcrln
tendent Boyd can carry on public work
without money It Is laboring under
a grave misapprehension of the depart
racnt's capabilities. Hllo like all other
parts of the Territory Is on a pro rata
basis. Unfortunately It is Impossible
under present financial conditions to
make a po rata allowance for storms
not known to b? coming.
r: 7P5 r
The transport Warren seems to be
having plenty of trouble. After losing
one blade of her propeller between
San Francisco and Honolulu, a fact
that. It' is claimed, was not reported by
Iho engineer's department, an exami
nation of tho machinery Is said to show
(hlit It la in bad shape, needing con
siderable repairs, while there Is even
talk of the vessel "being condemned
here. There Is said to have been rath
er n warm tlmo at the court of Inquiry
on Saturday morning, but If conditions
were In such shape as rumor has them
the time cannot have been too hot for
the responsible parties. Too many lives
are at stake to have any nonsensq
about a transport's condition.
The late William Autd was a man
who commanded universal respect and
his record In public. and private life
-was marked by calm ami even action
along the lines of highest Integrity,
His death removes one of the links
which connect tho activities of the
present day with Hawaii's past. His
thorough knowlcdce of former ilnv
and his Intelligent grasp of new prob
lems as they arose made Mm a roan
who was much sought for advice and
suggestion by all classes.
Mr. Auld was not a leader In the
sense that he forced himself Into the
excltlngstrugglcs of political affalrs.Ho
was sought rather than seeking. His
tendencies were strongly conservative
and his Influence exerted for a peace
ful adjustment of sharp political differ
ences mat aroused the people during
the years of his active life. Of lata
years .Mr. Auld, In splto of falling
neaitn, nas continued his Interest In
public life nnd accepted such duties
as he was able to fulfill, tin ovnr
thoughtful for the people of his race
to wnom nc was steadfastly loyal. Ho
appreciated the trend of the forces
worklne changes In our social nmi nn.
iltlcal life and he used every endeavor
10 icau menu ami roo to accept condi
tions in a manner best unite, 1 in mv-lnl.
moral nnd political progress.
One of the organs of the government
Indulges In u discussion of thu Gover
nor's power to remove officials appoint
ed by him subject to confli nation by
tne senate. The hprrxnliv fur thu ,11.,.
cusslon does not appear except It be that
some or uovernor Dolei friends and
members of Ills "council" havo in
dulged In malicious crlil.li.iii nt i..
polntees of the Governor whim liny
aon t line.
It Is stnted on good authority that
one of tho Governor's department
heads hns udrcascd him In (his wise,
"Governor, the reason why you have
lost friends Is because van .innnlntnn
to office thiee of the rankest Home
Killers In the Territory, tho two lloyds
and Treasurer Wright."
It Is apparent from the foolish re
moval talk counled with the tlrlmw
criticism gratuitously offcruJ, that tho
Governor has In his. fold of so-called
friends Individuals who form an ag
gregation of knife wlclders and trail'
ble cencrntnrs wlin tint mnionr with
urging him on In Territorial blockrJe
tactics, endeavor to destroy the Gov
ernor's confidence In his appointees by
the most ninllclous and cowardly ta.
tics known to public life. As a natter
of fact the two lloyds nnd 'freavjrir
Wright have done more to strengthen
the Governor's administration limn
any members of his so-called "coun
cll.'Tar moro Indeed than the cowardly
intriguer who has seen lit to make them
an object nf what was expected by him
to be a secret attack. J.I I. Iloyd and W.
it. wrignt nave been the only mem
bers ot the Governor's ofllrlnl f.imllv
who have done anything towards
Strengthening the Republican party or
Bccuring a more Kinuiy reeling In op
position ranks toward the administra
tion. Had It not been for tho efforts
of these men It is more than probable
that the Governor wnuhl linvn lieen nni
only without Territorial funds but with
appropriations as well.
It Is highly probable that the under
handed criticism that linn I, pen nnvril
is due quite as much to Jenlonsy as It
is to me innercnt desire of certain fac
tional tools to mako trouble. Gover
nor Dolo tins men In his official family
wno spend the energy they should de
vote to the public service, in covertly
backbltlnir and hprntliit- (ifUrlnl n.m.
elates nnd openly heaping calumny
upon the citizens on whom the Itcpub
llcan party nnd the Territorial admin
istration must depend for votes. Such
political and offlclni elements am
wholly destructive and beneath con
tempt. Uicklnc In Intecrltv them.
selvts they Bcek to drag others to their
own level, this they cannot no, how
ever, so far as tho Doyds and Treasur
er Wright are coneprned. Tho nermla
know these men too well to give heed
to open or covert attacks.
CONDITION NOT IDEAL.
Editor Evening Ilulletln: At the
Intersection of Hotel nnd Kekaullke
streets an excavation has been made In
the latter, facing Hotel street. Until
Saturday morning speculation was life
among Rapid Transit pnsscngerB as ta
the object of making such excavation
In n public highway that Is already
curbed. During Saturday Chinese car
penters placed In this excavation the
underpinning and sills to support an
other one of those crazy constructions
that ore rapidly paving the way to
higher insurance rates and a possible
visitation of plague or some other
I am told that this building Is being
erected by a man who has got tired of
waiting for tho government to tU
something nbout Indemnifying him
for taking ills property for road pu
poses. He that as It may what I desire
to point out is the criminal careless
ness of tho government In granting
building permits for constructions un
der conditions such as this building
The hard surfaco of the ground le
broken up and an excavation 20 luchej
to two feet In depth is mnde, In area
equal to tho building to be erected.
This Is dono to conform to a regulation
of tho Hoard of Health renulrlne -an
air space of twenty Inches between sill
and ground In buildings that have
no concrete floor or basement.
.Thus, a regulation which. If carried
uut within the Intent of. tho Hoard of I
Health would promoto sanitation and
nsslst In minimizing tho danger from
Infection, Is wantonly violated while
being ostensibly compiled with, the re
sult being a vcrltaV.o cesspool, covered
by a building, Into which the street
refuse Is washed and blown by rain
and wind, causing the plnco to rapidly
become n most villainous agency for
the spread of any Infectious disease
that may visit the city.
Were this nn Isolated case there
might bo less reason for taking up
valuable Epace In your paper to en
large on the matter at this time. The
fart is there ore dozens of shacks of
this kind, I might almost say hundreds,
all over this rill- lilentlrnl wltll thn
case under review, and I have seen It
niiuiled to more than once In the pub
It is reasonable to presume that the
Hoard of Health contemplated that In
any structure whose first floor Is as
near the street level as is the one refer
red to, tho flooring was to be of con
crete with the sills for tho superstruc
ture laid thereon, In fact there is a
building put up conforming to these
requirements not more than a block
nway from the structure herein criti
cized. Who Is to blame for such looso ad
ministration of the affairs of this city?
With conditions such ns hero de
scribed how long will It bo until wo
have another epidemic or something
Has tho lesson of the last visitation
been forgotten while vet tho rlnnnelni
atonement therefor Is being adjusted?
With all due respect for "the best
government on earth" Is not this a
most damnable stnto of affairs?
Talk about municipal government
being an off proposition may pleose
some of our goody good people but the
administration, elected by the people,
that would permit such outrageous
conditions to crow tin In thla rltv
would be found on the back seat In the
next succeeding election .
In closing, I want to give you a
pointer. If you have nn enemy In the
town send him around the northwest
corner ot Hotel nnd Smith streets any
dark night beforo municipal govern
ment Is Inaugurated nnd he will meet
more bricks than he has stumbled over
In his previous experience. You need
not be In a hurry to put tills sugges
tion Into effect, the brick pile .has been
there since tho liar Association tried
to bat out the First Circuit Judge, and
Is liable under existing conditions to
remain Indefinitely. Say! didn't
"Hnckdrlvcr" develon a lot nt nervn
uic oiner nay wnen ho nsked the gov
ernment to move nn electric light pole.
If he waits long enough he will find out
tnai in a "light" matter of this k nil
"when you want a thine dnnp. dn It
yourself" Is still a good maxim, and If
it am t, I am dreaming the government
got out nn Injunction restraining the
contractor on the street Improvement
(?) herein mentioned from proceeding
wim me work .
Honolulu, March 10, '02 .
The sentenclnir of Sheriff Amlretvn
$100 for contempt of court wns not the
outgrowth of any personal feeling or
ciasn ueiwcen the Sheriff and the
Fourth Circuit Judge. It wns not n con
structlve difference or a constructive
contempt. It is a plain case of differ
ence of opinion as to the duties and re
sponsibilities of a Sheriff unrlpf tho Inur
In no other courts than in Hawaii arc
tines collected and remitted to a
Treasurer by an official who has not
tho further duty of satisfying on the
records of the court the Judgment
against the man who paid the line. It
there are local laws which make it Im
proper for the money penalties Impos
ed by a court to be looked after and ac
counted tinder tho direction of thu
court, then the laws should be changed.
MONEY IS NEEDED.
Stinerlntendent Itnvil will Imvn in
ask for an Increase In tho Hoad Iloard
fund ior this Island in order tp put thu
rondH In condition for travel, llama-
makua Is In a bad plight and tho
roads In this district urn In lit tl.. hot.
ter condition. Temporary repairs may
no quickly made but the public wunts
something uependaiiip. To bo shut out
from thu world, as Is Honokaa Just
now hv nnv land rmitn ntul with mtv
an occasional steamer. Is rather se
rious. Ilellcf was given Maul nfter
tho Kona storm a year ago; Hawaii Is
as badly in need of It now and by
stretching a point It could bo given
with good grace. It will take months
to put the roads In repair nnd there Is
no icasonable excuse for delay.
i m i
DILLINGHAM AND SUCCESS.
Dillingham and success aro synony
mous in Hawaii and tho people of this
Island realize his worth flH n nt-nmntnr
of Industrials. Take tho railroad to
Puna and Olna as an Instanco of his
pluck and perseverance and Is It any
Wnnilpr thnt Illln nnn.nl. nnw urlah 11, nt
ho would take hold of the proposed
road to tho north? Hawaii needs
moro Dllllnghams, for now that he
hflH tnteri'KtR hpr lin mnv lw. wllllnt.
to acquire more and among the new
ones It Is hoped that tho Kohala-Hlla
franchise will be Included. Peopln In
dono touch with Mr. Dillingham be
lieve he will build that road, hut not
lor u year or two until thero Is an lin
nrovement In the llnnnelnt enmlltlmi ,,r
WHO'S TO ULAMEY
The dlstiess in the South Hllo dis
trict on account of Impussable roads,
and broken down bridges Is u fact that
should be contemplated by public olll
cials with feelings of dismay and belt
condemnation. Front street Is cl.uei'
By reason of t.he misafo condition ot
the bridge on Volcano street, no heavy
11'lrlr.A nn Vnl.nnn i..n. .... .... ...a
r,ti.c un iuilduu bliitei. nil nt-.ivv
trauic may venture tnut way. To th
north, the dangling brldga over I'ukl
trafllc may venture thut way. To tho
i, v iiuii(.,i!i uiiubu uvui j uki-
gulch stops heavy travel to tho
try Hamakuu way. The Kallmann1
r. ahllto .IY ti'.ivnl In un-.ll,.... ,11-
bridge shuts off travel In another dl
itits off travel In another dl-
rection. Hllo town Is almost without
communication with the Walnkca dls
,ti ...i.i. .1.. nr.i..i... ....
Met and the Klnau wharf. Illln town
Is Isolated. Her street are ripped up
like a plowed ncld.
noad hoards , mKl f m.n
. u .... ,,.... -"- my iciiow citizens,
v. ho are trained to withstand the shafts '' 'What can I do Tor you. gentle
of erltlcism. They usually get It from mYn?' I asked, renllzlng that I was
both sides. The people howl at them rnclng a .onrtltlon, not a theory,
and their superiors In offlco growl at .'"Wt-'vo l.lin yero,' said tho spokes
them. Rut tho Itoad Hoard in this nian, 'to Inform you that wo don't take
city and district can not be held at no shine to that thar article of yourn
fault for the deplorable stuto of tho u01,t lyncliln'. Our first Impression
streets and roads. The damage caused was ,0 urln'! a roPe a,0"K wlt" ,18' ""'
by the November freshet put the Ullo ?,. ;''ii;wil, what yon said 'bout
Itoad noard on Its guard and caused It Iti,'n"" ;Z V. ? ft , '""i ".
t-. 1..1-... .i. i... it ... 11 . i . "' l011 know that wove had our first
to bring the leta Is of the dtatrlc U ,hnk. We'll bo yero again tomorrow.'
needs to the attention of the Depart- -i tooli l8 hInt and tho first .rain
ment of Public Works. The needs were out of town."
so apparent that Superintendent Hoyt ...
ot once came over and brought with I The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., MONDAY.
Special Bargain Sale of
M IX E D
Pacific Hardware Co.
Odds nnd Ends ol Brands not now carried
In stock to be closed out nt a sacrifice.
A chance to buy pure paints to cover the
wear and tear on your buildings. It ti
Come early and select your colors and
quantities n it n it tl it
Pacific Hardware Co.
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS
The Hits of the Year
Every job the perfection of
A fine specimen of the carriage builders' art.
others equally good.
C. F. Herrick
12B Merchant St., next to Stangenwnld Building.
htm an authorization for $10,000 to bo
expended In making roads passahleund
bridges safe. The Road Iloard at onco
began the construction of a big ditch at
the head of Walaniicnuc street to savo
that thoroughfare from being torn up
nt Just such a time as has been experi
enced tills past week. The work had
proceeded rapidly until In a short let
ter Superintendent lloyd said that the
money he had promised Hllo could not
be hail. The work stopped. The flood
came and now It will cost tho Territory
more to clean up Yulnnueiiuo street
than It would have cost to dig tho pio
tecting trench. At the time Messrs.
Hoyd and Campbell were hero they saw
with their own eves the niimpraim
weak spots In bridges und ronds and
promised early assistance and relief.
Their promises were not worth two
whoops In Hllo und the people here
now are sweating it out In u stute of
general business suspension,
The story Is told, we do not vouch
for its truth, that the neglect that has
been shown Hllo by tho Department of
Public Works Is the result of the Hllo
hoards refusal to pay Hoyd nnd Camp
hell's traveling expenses when they
made their Junketing trip through thla
district. If that Is so, then the Hoad
Board is to bo commended for savlne
1250 of good money.
HAD THEIR FIRST THINK.
I was In tho nowsnanpr IiukIiiosh
onco myself," laughed tho portly party.
"WllPn I Inft rnllfrr I ,lnnhln,l flint
nothing but Journalism would cater to
wih BirciiiiuuH uio mat i proposed to
lead. In looking over tho situation I
realized t lin t thn tfnatfirti Sol, I wac tnr
cramped for my swelling ambition, so
i ui-i-iiu-u ujiun mu iruo ami uounuieBH
West as tho only spot whoro my bud
ding genius could properly expand un-
uuinpercu oy mo conventionalities ot
tho effete East.
"Well, I found a small town lu the
West where there was no paper and
proceeded at onco to All a long-felt
want. Soon after I had established
my great molder ot opinion a lynching
took tdacn and I felt thnt thn in.tinn
,. a a . .
..nil,.,, irtit n ,a, ini.inna ..,...., ........
tne subject. The result was a two-col
iiiiiii it-uuui, wiiqruiii i uumiteti me
outrage without gloves, I cannot now
tceall what I said except tho end,
Wliclll Trail BOmCtlllllC llku tills: 'dell.
umn leader, whqrcln I handled the
wcin read something llku tins: 'Uen-
'lcmcn ,lllnlt twlc oetare you again
"rag mo nnmo of our beautiful and ru.
iwre great, city mrougn tne muu,
".T!' cl?ltlon f0tnlnlnS my Inspired
nll,, l,llrnlnK words was hardly Issued
nn i nan a cull f
wnen i nan a run irom a ueicgation nt
MARCH 10, 1902.
IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
Bathtubs of glass may be expected ta
replace enamel nnd metal ones soon.
They are Icing made In Germany now,
and are said to have many advantages
over metal and enamel, tho principal
ono being that they are much cheaper.
Uesldes bathtubs, tanks and vats
such as are used by brewers, distillers,
fruit preservers, nnd sugar refiners are
being made of glass, und tho manufac
turer Is confident that ho can replace
those for which clay, wood, cement,
nnd metal are now commonly used,
with superior articles constructed at a
dass bathtubs are not fragile. Those
being made now nro & feet 0 Inches
long, about 2 feet wide, and about 2
Inches thick. They are mado In a
solid piece, and one can be made com
plete, In nbout live minutes. .
This is owing' to a new process of
blowlnc Kla88wnrf hv meant, nf rnm-
pressed air. The process was Invented
in l'lttsuurg nearly twenty years ago,
but was limited to making bottles and
similar small-sized articles. Paul Sle-
vert of Dresden, has Improved It, nnd
under his process there need be uo lim
it, within reason, to the size ot the
The method Is simplicity Itself, The
molten glass Is tnken from the fumaco
and placed In u mould, which nn
readily be swung Into any desired po
Compressed air is thus admitted
through a flexible tube which connects
with the bottom of the mould. Tho air
pressure Is regulated by valves. As
soon us the article is finished It Is
switched Into an annealing chamber,
where It Is again heated and then al
lowed to cool. This toughens It, and
ufler the process It Is ready for use.
I'lutea of large size are being made
ot glass by an adaptation of the sumo
process. In this case an ornamental
design Is first made on a sheet of pecu
liar composition, which remains moist
for some time.
Colored glass Is spread over this to
work out the design. Then tho sheet
Is placed on the glass plate und the
whole Is heated In tho oven,
The heat consumes the sheet on
which the design wus made, leaving
only tlie layer of colored glass welded
Into tho plate. Some remarkable and
very picturesque effects are mude in
Oelf Knnselaar and Adrlenne Van
I)er Wcrlien of Zullichem, In the
Netherlands, have celebrated the sev
entieth nnnlvcrsiiry of their ewddlng.
The husband Is 91 years old und the
Tho expenses of the city of London
this yenr amount to $80,000,000, und
those of tho city of Now York, as pro
vided for in tho budget, to J97.000.000.
Ten thousand gallons of wine were
ised to extinguish a nro In a winery of
the-Santa Clara Valloy, Cal after th
supply ot water had given out.
Agents, Broken and Jobbers.
W. G. Irwin & Co.
Western Sugar Refinery Company of
Baldwin Locomotlvo Works of Phila
delphia, Ta., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cann Shrcddcr),Ncw York, U.S.A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade Ferti
lizers for Cano and Coffee.
need's Steam Plpo Covering.
At.Rn nptfEn icnn daip
Parafune Paint Co.'s V.& 1). Points and
Papers; I.ucol and Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled.
Indurlno (a cold-water paint), In whlto
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd
:: Sugar Factors
Tho Ewa Plantation Co.
Tho Walalua Agricultural Co, Ltd.
Tho Kohala Sugar Co.
Thn Wnlmon Ritcni Mill rv
Tho Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo.
iue eianaam uil uo.
Tho Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
Tho Now England Life Insurance Co.
Tho Aetna Fira Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
Wm. G. Irwin & Co
Wm. O. Irwin.. f resident and Manager
Claus Sprockets Vice President
W. M. Gilford.. Second Vice President
it. M. Whitney Jr.....Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Iloss ... Auditor
AOENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FltANCISCO, CAL.
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN.Lld
H. P. Baldwin ...President
J. 11. Castlo First Vice President
W. M. Alexander.. Second VIco Prcs.
J. P. Cooko ,; Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. 11. Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
AGENTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co., Haiku Sugar Co, Pala Plan
tation uo, Nanlku Sugar Co, Klbei
Plantation Co.. Hnwnllnn Rnvnr fin
Kahulul nallroad Co, and
The California and Oriental S, S. Co
LIFE and FIRE
Insurance - Agents
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
SURANCE CO. OF BOSTON.
AETNA FIRE INSURANCE
PANY OF HARTFORD.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co, Onomca Sugar Co.,
Honomii Sugar Co, Walluku Sugar Co,.
Makeo Sugar Co,HaIcakala Ranch Co.
The Planters' Lino of San Francisco
Packets, Chas. nrower & Co.'s Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C. M. Cooke, President; George
Itobertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop.
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F.
Allen. Auditor; P. O. Jones. II. Wa
terhouso and qeo. It. Carter, Directors.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO,,
Queen Street, - Honolulu
Tho Lancashire Insurance Co.
Tho Balolso Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
General Mnnntrnr nf
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United States for the
OFFICE, Merchant Street. Honolulu.
Pensylvania Fire Insurance
Company, CI)nB. T. WII .
BISHOP & CO.
Established In 1868.
Transact business In all departments
Collections carefully attended to.
Exchange- bought and sold.
Commercial and Travelers' Letters
of Credit Issued on Tho Bank of Cali
fornia and N. M. nothschlid & Sons,
Correspondents The Bank of Cali
fornia, Commercial Banking Co. of
Sydney, Ltd, London.
Drafts and cable transfers on China
find Jfltinn thrnntyh thn itm..!. 0.
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Shanghai Danklng Corporation and
unartered Bank of India, Australia and
Interest aWnvoA i .. jn...,. .
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u tuuuniuK raies per annum, vu:
oBven aays nonce, at z per cent.
nrco monini, ai is per cent.
Six months, at 3 1-2 per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per cent.
A t TRUST DEPARTMENT
Act as Trustees under mortgages.
Manage estates (real and personal).
Collect rents and dividends.
Valtiahln nnnnra Will nn..,l- ...
received for safo-kecplng. ' '
AUdltura for ftnrnnraHnna nt... n.l.
Books examined and reported on.
Statements of Affairs prepared.
Trustees nn Tlnnlrrtint nt- tnBntAM
OFFICE, 924 BETHEL 8TREET.
n SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
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lowed at 4 1-2 per cent per annum, In
accordance with nttioa fm,i n ..!
tlona, copies of whlci may bo obtained
FIRE, MARINE LIFE. ACCIDEN1
AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY IN
Insurance Office, 924 Bethel 8treet.
Claus Spreckels. Wm. Q. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, : : T. H.
Ban Francisco Agents The Ne
vada National Dank of San Francisco.
an Francisco The Nevada Na
tional Bank of Sin Francisco.
London Tho Union Bank ot Lon
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Drosdner Bank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong-
kong-Shanghal Bonking Corporation.
New Zealanri mH Aii.i..:i. n.ni
ot New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made on
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills of Ex
change bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
Pioneer Building and Loan
AS8ET8, JUNE 30, 1901, 180,043.37.
Honey loaned on approved security.
A Saving Bank for monthly deposits.
HOUSea bUllt on thn mnnthlv In... II.
Twenty-third Series of Stock Is now
OFFICERS J. L. McLean, Presi
dent: A. A. Wilder. Vice President;
C. B. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear.
DHlECTOrtR .T t. .,.. .
A. Wilder, A. V. Gear, C. B. Gray.
J. D. Holt, A. W. Keech. J. A. Ly'e,
Jr.. J. M. Little. U. R. nnv,i
A. V. GEAn.
t, .. Secretary.
Offlc Hours: 12:301:30 p. m.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Canltal Ton AMnnna
Paid Up Capital Yen 1800o!ooo
itcscrvcu puqo xen 8.610.000
HEAD OFFICE. YOKOHAMA.
The Bank huva nnri n.tvA r. .At.
lectlcn Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
miners oi ureaii, ana transacts a
general banking business.
On Fixed p'er cent
Deposit. per annum.
For 12 months . . .-. 4
For 6 month sj
For 8 rnnntha . . . .
Branch of the Yokohama Bpecie Bank.
New Republic Bid., Ill King Street
ONLY 30 GENTS
Telephone to us Main 71 for
a doien of tho delicious, refresh
ing and healthful
A pure fruit product made from
the California Grapefruit. Finest
table soda water known.
Delivered free at 30c the dozen.
SODA WATER WORKS CO,,
AT HAMOA, MAUI,
Mill Machinery, complete or In part,
consisting of ono 30"x60" B-rolIcr mill.
H. I. VI;s. maite, Putnam Engine,
ac. Pan, Doublo Effects, Clarlflcrs,
Centrifugals, Vac. Pumps, etc., etc.
Parcels of land, Interest In Ilul
Lands, Houses, Work Animals, Carts,
Harness, Plows, Tools of all sorts,
For particulars, apply to MB. J. H.
MYERS, Manager, at Hamoa, Maul, or
to C. UIIEWRH enmiiuv . n.
Dated Honolulu, March -1th, 1002.
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