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FRIDAY . . MARCH 14. 1002
MALIGNING COURTS OP JUSTICIi
The decision of the three Circuit
Court judges that publications In the
Advertiser constitute contempt of court
mid the sentence of the editor cs tha
lesponalbte fuitor for such contempt,
is the occasion of an editorial pica,
made this morning of extenuating clr
Lttmstanccs. The first statement pub
lished In this connection Is a bald and
ponderous slur upon the conduct of
the whole Judicial si stem of the
With this as n basis Mr. Thurston's
paper endeavors to convince Its read
ers that since the advent of Judges
Gear and Humphries on the local
bench scores of men who havo un
denlably committed crimes hae been
released on mere technicalities." Hero
Is a barefaced lie at the outset A
"score" means twenty accoiding to the
dictionary and If the Advertiser will
canvass the facts, It will find that It
would have mlsieprescntcd the condi
tions had It used the word "score.'
Mr. Thurston's paper docs today what
It has been doing since Humphrejs
and Gear went ou the bench With
consistent purpose worth) of a better
cause, It publishes what Is not true,
moralizes on an untruth and holds
Humphrejg an J Gear responsible.
It Is true that ccrtuln criminals hna
been technlcall) released on technical
ities. We sa) 'technically released'
because the criminals were not turned
loose on the community nor was it the
purpose or Intent of the courts to so
release them. During the so-called
"transition period" criminals were con
victed and imprisoned In these Islands
i by a majority verdict, In open 'violation
of the Constitution of the United
States.' The local Supremo Court held
i that these convictions and the Impris
onment was legal, and the violation ol
Uhe Constitution In this regard was
viien inese prisoners were uiougm
re the Circuit Court of tho Tcirl-
and before the United States Dis
trict Court of Hawaii on habeaj coipus
proceedings they were released, only
to be tgaln arrested and their tusej
put befdre the courts as requited by
the Constitution of the United Mutes,
Mr. Thurston saw fit through tli" col
umns of hls'puper to conduct u whole
sale attack upon Judges IIumphie)s
and Gear, that the attack was mill
clous, persoial In Its chaructei. lather
than an cmle'aiw to Becure Justlie w.u
evidenced In the otrcit Inference that
criminals were turnvd loose on 'he
community, when they were not, sua
the further fact that the attack was
confined to personalities rather than a
discussion of the legal phases of the
situation which wero Identical In the
Territorial Circuit Courts' nnd Un
United States District Couit.
These "transition period" case fut
nlshed the cue for continuous mlsicp
resentutton of the First Circuit Judg's.
Half truths in court reports, plun un
truths In editorial comment, and cur
toons were all centered to.vunh pre
sentlng Judge Gear to the citizen ot
Hawaii and such outside leaders cs
might peruse the Journal, as pi actual
ly. the friend ot the. criminal cIjsscb,
Even now in Its plea of extenuating
circumstances the Advertiser tujs,
"The frequency of tho technical de
fenses sustained In the First Circuit
Court has become alarming and a dis
tinct menace to the orderly conduct of
public Justice." The alarm Is entliely
a creation of the Advertiser. And this
nlarm has been notably lacking when
prisoners were released on account of
faulty papers drawn by tho Attnimy
General's department L. A rhiiiston
himself escaped the Judgment of con
tempt proceedings through u technical
Ity. His case was never passed upon
on Its merits by tho Supremo Omt ot
the Territory of Hawaii. Vet lie felt
no alarm, voiced no fears of the dan
gers by which Justice was menaced un
til the Circuit Judges Humphrey,) and
(l?ar In their administration of justice
gave an equal, but no greutei, ic,;iiU
to technicalities nnd the rights of the
prisoner than was shown by the Su
fi cme Court In Thurston'.! own cafe
nnd probably many others,
Tho course of tho Adverser towards
the First Circuit Court mid Ju Igei
Humphre)s and Gear has hen palpa
bly malicious. Even In its report ot
the recent contempt case, It puts
Judges Humphreys and Gen as the
ones passing tho Judgment when, as a
iiftter of fact, all the ,-im-ijmI-iics .iik
the Judgment wero .-oneiric I In by
Judges Humphreys, Gimi and' Robin
trii. Mr. Thurston li.u sii.glcl out two
Ji iges against whom he uppcu'-s to
have a personal lipid- He Instigated
and led the light to reniovj Humphrey!
nnd with his followers was given the
most scathing rebuke everadmlnlstcred
by the Federal Department of Justice.
He Is the author of the campaign
against Gear, and his evident desire to
tf.Jvjf ''A, ".
play noblnson against Humphreys and
Gear Is so plain as to bo absolutely
nauseating to honest, fall? minded cttl
zer.s. if Thurston seeks n higher degree of
Justice he has taken a manifestly Jls
graceful and unnecessary rente.
Federal appointees. If they mem
the orderly conduct of public Jiut
there Is a source of appeal In Wnshln
ton. Thurston has tried audi an i
peal once nnd his charges were four
to be based on "vaguo suspicion nn
Unfair Innuendo." To this might wel.
be added In his attitude toward Judge
Gear "absolute misrepresentation."
No apology or excuse can Justify tho
c6urse which this man has stood spon
sor for through the columns of his pa
per. He admits his policy of mlsreprc
sentatton when today the Advertiser
says editorially, "As n matter of fact
the prosecuting authorities brought
another charge against McCarthy, In
volving the same acts on his part " Ha
might well go further, taking the case
of the Portuguese boys, charged with
theft, and find "as a matter of fact"
that the prosecution moved In Judgo
Gear's court that sentence bo suspend
ed. He might then realize that his
newspaper representation ot Judge
Gear turning loose thieves was abso
The Advertiser contempt case Is now
before tho Supreme Court on habeas
corpus proceedings which for reasot
best known to that legal body Is set
for a hearing full thirty dais nftcr the
writ was Issued. If the Bulletin dealt
with the courts and the judges nftcr
the manner of the Adwrllfccr It might
venture statements as to the 'cause for
this delay nnd tho possibilities of tho
outcome. This, however, the Bulletin
has not done nnd never will do In its
treatment of courts of justice.
AVhntcver tho result on points of law-
It Is a fact that Thurston's campaign
against tho courts of this Territory
finds no response other than condem
nation fu tho esteem of honest citizens
who hnve the best Interests of the Tcr
ritory nt heart and seek to preserve
the Integrity of our courts
NOT ENOUGH TIME
TO CLEAR CALENDAR
McCarthy Jeopardy Motion Overruled
Malala on Trial for
Judgment entered for defendant In
George E. Uoardmau against Fireman's
Fund Insurance Co. ordeis that defen
dant pay the costs of plaintiff taxed at
$100. The Supreme Court ordered
Judgment for defendant notwithstand
ing the verdict lor plaintiff.
J. W. Hall made a sntlsfactoiy show
ing of his bond this morning nnd It
was approved by Judge Gear.
Attorney Chlllliigworth appeared
before Judge Gear to ask for a continu
ance for the term of the case of two
Japanese for robbery, us there was lit
tle probability that they could be
reached before the extended term ex
pired tomorrow night. One of tho de
fendants, on being questioned as to
consent, answered sharply through the
Interpreter w Ith the query, "Why can
not I be tiled today"' judge Gar
therefore had to make an order, pet
emptorlly, for continuance of that and
all other cases not set for trial. Ho
fixed the ball of the alleged lobbers at
u bond of $2000 or cash of 1000
Judge Gear overruled Mr Illttlng's
plea of "once In Jeopardy" for Wil
liam McCarth) He said counsel was
doing his duty but the Svprrie Court
might decide that the Court erred In
releasing .McCarthy on the former trial.
McCarth) 's wife was the first witness
for the prosecution. As she Is a South
Sea Islander, the friend of those peo
ple, Rev, T)r. Kluehum. attends all the
proceedings, also i Salvation Army
rescue woman who assisted Dr. lllng
ham nnd the surgeon In repairing the
damage to the ear of the complaining
Judge-Robinson Is tr)lng Mnlula with
a jury for a crime against a younif
Hawaiian girl. The defendant Is a
diminutive man of about threescore
and ten eais Mr. Matthew man Is
prosecuting nnd Mr, Kaiilukou defend
Ing the prisoner. Several of the wit
ncsses are little girls.
OF WATER SUPPLY
(Continued from nage 1.)
and five million gallons per twenty
foui hours, a delivery of over Blxty
tot.s or cano per hour has been accom
plished keeping tho mill In continuous
r.pcratlon to Its full capacity.
l.eservolrs Ab thero has not yot
been need for water at tho Twenty
Miie point on tne volcano road, where
our reservoirs aro locatcu. no further
development or Increaso ol tho Bame
has taken placo.
A storago lescrvolr nt the mill, with
n capacity of 750,000 gallons, for mill
use, Is neatly completed, and It Is In
tended to build for tho same purposes
another storage reservoir of larger
lapecity a snort distance abavo the
mill from wlilch the mill tnn bo sup
piled by gravity Insctad of :y pumn as
.villi Theio were unexpected do
luys In tho completion of tho mill, so
11 ut It was not ready to begin gilndlng
Mii'il December 23d, whin the tuklng
off of tho crop began, With tho cicep
tloii of a few matters of dotnll, easily
remedied, tho mill is an extremely sat
Irfactory piece of work nnd gives ev
ry indication that It wl fully cnmnlv
with alt expectations and estimates
tin to Its power and capacity. The estl
inritii capacity Is ISO ton per tweu-
ty.f'iur hours. Although no complete
i -in of twi-nty-four hours bin l been
made It Is a praulnl (cnn.i.ty that
tne mill has more than tho estimated
capacity. I bellava tlml m der favor-
I, ...i&V. SBSd&lJ uJkMlkJjtfe.-.. ..,
"W"" T v'lp V?'",,VTV
dltlons the mill will be ablo
ut 200 tons per day.
due to the contractors, the
i Iron Works, and their enl
reman In charge of the crec
rk, Mr. James Scott, to sav
o contract has been carried out
most conscientious and satlsfac-
manner, and that your company
possesses ono of tho most un to date.
economical and efficient sugar mlllg
In the world.
. Railroad With tho exception of the
l car )nrd nt tho mill, nnd the conncc
1 tlons with the mnln tracks of tho Hllo
Railroad Company, no plantation rail
road has been Installed during the
The plantation has mado arrange
ments with the railroad company for
the transportation to the mill of all
enne l)lng nuove the plantation flumes,
nt a rate which makes It Inexpedient
for the plantation to construct tracks
to such fields.
Labor In common with the entire
planting Interests of the country, Olna
could hnve used to advantage a larger
number of laborers during tho past
)ear, but has sutTercd as littlo as al
most any plantation. Dut for tho fact
that harvesting Is now going on, we
would Have about enough people; as It
Is we could do better wltn several huu
During the past year a number ol
l'orto Rlcnns have been added to tho
We have on tho plantation 23 Por
to Rlrans, Including women nnd chll
Although there In among them a
good deal of poor material, tho major
ity of them nrc fair workers and we.
have had little trouble with them. I
think that one prime reason for this
Is that we havo continuously mnln
tnlned In our employ n thoroughly
competent Interpreter, so that thero
has bce,n no misunderstanding between
laborers nnd manager as to whnt was
wanted on either sldo
Tho total number of emplo)es on tho
plantation Is as follows:
Management and office, 14; lunas,
34, mechanics, 42; Chinese cano eon
trnctors, 21; Japancso cane contract
ors. 309; Japanese laborers, 803; Jnp
onese women, 38; Chinese. 200; Por
tuguese. 100; Hawallans, 20; Porto
Rlcnns. 220; Porto Rlcnns. women, 17,
other nationalities, 19. Total, 1933.
In addition to these there aro nbout
330 persons engaged In sundry clear
Share Planting Three forms ol
share-planting contracts are In use on
the plantation: First, where tho plan
tor owns his own land and the planta
tlon makes no advances to him. Sec
ond, where the planter plows and
plants plantation land nnd furnishes
most of his own capital. Third, where
the plantation plows and plants the
land and then turns It over to lh
planters to cure for the cano until ma-
Under the first two forniB the cane
Is purchased by tho plantation nt so
much per ton, the price being on n
sliding scnlo based on tho current
prlco of sugar.
Under tho third form a flat rate ol
so much per ton of enno is paid to the
Under the first form fifty plantcri
nre now cultivating under contract
with the plantation. Under tho sec
ond form sixty planters are cultivating
about 000 acies under contract with
the plantation. Under the third form
420 contractors aro cultivating 3175
A much larger number of outsldn
lnnd-nwners nre anxious to plant cano
for sale to the plantation but aro pre
vented from doing It by lack of capital.
As soon as the company is In a posi
tion to do so I strongly advise that
reasonable advances bo mado to re
liable planters. If outside capital can
be Induced to make advances to plant
ers. It would be a sound proposition
for the plantation to guarantee tho
account, taking security on the laud
nml crops for so doing, nnd further
protecting ItBcIf by having the ad
vances made guaranteed by this com
pany in tne way of accented orders. In
spection being made from time to tlmo
as to the progress nnd value of tho
work. I earnestly recommend consld
oration of this plan, believing thnt If
It Is adopted several thousand acres
or additional land will bo brought un
der cultivation as soon as the neces
sary capital Is available.
Crop or 1901 and 1902 It was ox
pected that the mill would be ready Id
August or September last. Owing to
the delay In completion It was thought
best not to hold the 247 acres of cano
planted for seed cano which was not
needed, and which had tasseled, and
the same wns sold to the Watakca
Mill Company, the proceeds of same
amounting to $40,422.29 net.
The crop amounting to 3,500
of plantation cane; and planted
ny outsiders 929
amoifltlng In nil to 4.429
less the1 iA)ur o
Is now being ground.
It Is too early In tho snason to maku
definite estimate of what tho total
)leld will nmount to, but 1-feel oonfi.
dent that the estimate of last year of
five tons to the acre, will b mily
Ciop or Him and 1903 Cstlm&'o.i
nica or second crop Is as follows:
Plant cane ,. 2,000.5
Long i atoons 329.3
Twelve months' latoons , !"!l,oOo!
estimated I'unn Sugar Co 1,100.
Estlniatid, other outside land
Total i r,(m
The varieties or plantation cane ror
me socuuu crop are;
, ,. . Acres,
ijunaina n tm
Roso Uamboo ' 3i,a I
ii-uow iiamooo ,
planting of tho seennrl rr,m
wns completed In October. Uclng plant
ed In good season It has a much stron
ger and moie advanced giowth than
tho first ciop had at this season, nnd
Biiumu prouueo n Heavier avtragu
Crop nf 1903 nnd 1904 The estimat.
ed au-a of the thlid crop Is as follows:
Plant enne 2,22
Long ratoons from first cron...2!Eun
Short ratoons from second crop .1,000
Outside owners 750
Total estimated area M78
Planting on the unner lands brcan
simultaneously Avlth grinding, apd will
be continued without Interruption. Tho
top seed from the upper lands being
t hiiAJLlltJl A
HONOUJMJ, 11. T,, FRIDAY,
used exclusively for planting. I ex
pect to plant all the lands Intended for
third crop lying above 1000 feet eleva
tion by tho middle of tho )ear, and be
gin planting lands below that eleva
tion about the middle of June,
Character of tho Cane The appar
ent evenness of tho growth of tho
young cane nt tho different elevations
ranging from 300 feet near the-mill to
2000 feet, noted In last year's report,
has continued to maturity. Tho cano
Is now being cropped nt elevations
ranging from 300 feet to 1800 feet.
nnu tne quality or cane at the various
elevations is nearly tho snmc.
It was feared by some that, owing
to this being a rnlny district, the sac
charine quality of tho cane would be
low. This fear has been entirely dis
proved, however, as tho following fig.
tires will show.
Tho nvcrago of all Olaa cane ground
Including that from all elevations,
plant and ratoons, and being part La
hatnn, part Rose Uamboo, and part
Yellow Uamboo, up to the 31st day of
December, Is as follows;
Density (llrlx.), 19.97; sucrose, 17.
82; purity, 88.94.
Individual analyses have been mado
as high as: Density (Urlx.), 20.7; su
crose, 18.28; purity, 90.76.
Weather Tho weather has been
good throughout tho year, no Inconve
nience having been suffered, the rnln
fall being ample and evenly distribu
ted. The following circular letter from
the Anti-Saloon Lengue and dealing
with the liquor traffic In the city, Is be
ing very generally circulated together
with pamphlets referred to In the body
of the letter:
We take pleasure In presenting )ou
w Ith a copy of the first important docu
ment published by the Anti-Saloon
League for uso In its campaign of edu
cation for th esolutlon of tho liquor
jiroblem In these Islands.
It is a summar) of the liquor laws ot
the Territory In force at the present
time. You will no doubt recognize Its
Importance nnd Its value for constant
reference during the battle tnat Is upon
Wo desire to call )our attention cs'
peclally to Section 45S, page 11, and
Act til. pages ID and 10.
Kvery person who Is in any way In
Jurcd through this Iniquitous traffic
should ut once, and In the legal mnn
ner, warn the saloon keepers, one and
all. not to sell his relatives any more
liquor. And every one so Injured
should at once begin a suit ror dam
We also call )our attention to a tact
that to us appears most humiliating,
viz., that the government of this Ter
ritory is. by Its own confession, In the
business of selling Intoxicating llqours.
The saloons are the agents of the gov
ernment, nnd,"the government Is to a
large extent responsible."
It is reasonable to suppose that the
government will do nothing to dimi
nish tho number of Its agents and Its
own share of tho profits, namely, tho
fees from $250 to 11000 per annum for
To this most deplorable condition
the people should be fully awake.
W. II. RICK.
Superintendent A. S. L.
The Oceanic steamship Alameda,
Captain Herrlman, from San Francisco,
was sighted off Koko Head at 10-43
o'clock tills morning, docking at the
Oceanic wharf about 1 o'clock this af
ternoon. She sailed from San Fran
cisco on the Sth ln., at 2 o'clock In
the afternoon, making tho tun to port
In less than six days and experiencing
talr weather throughout the trip.
The Alameda arrived In San Finn
Cisco on the Sth Inst. Because the San
Francisco quarantine officers were not
satisfied that certain green hides In her
cargo had been fumigated before being
placed on board, tho vessel was (Order
ed to quarantine In order that that
formality might bo observed. Tho
Alameda was allowed to proceed tn
her dock as soon as the offending hides
had been fumigated.
On Wednesday next tho Alameda re
turns to San Francisco.
A concert was given nboard thn
steamship last evening. The program
was as follows:
Piano Sousa Selected .... Mrs, Frank
Century Vo)age of Alameda
Song Kentucky Habe .... Mr. Parker
Reading Selected .... Miss Waldc)er
Vocal Solo Colm as the Night. .
Monologue .Mr. Chapman
Vocal Duct Rock-n-by-Uahy ...
Alice and Llllle McCune
Planofoite Chlmanado Selected
Vocal Solo My Dreams ..Mr. Parker
Song When the Swallows Homo-
wnrd Fly Mrs. McCtino
Monologuo Mr. Colt
"Tho Sad Mistake" .s... Mrs.'l.'rnnk
Ctvorus My Old Kentcky Home '
COLONIAL CATTI.B UARRBU.
A Treasury decision of Fehruaiy 27
piohlhlts thsjmportatlou of cattle fiom
In part. Is as follovs: That as Ha.
wn" ' now a part of We United Statoj
new Zealand tn thn tin ti sint. ti, aiuiteo anioir uo .iiaieaknin nnnnh fn
RpprMni-i' nt i t.tn,,1....n ............. ..i.lTllO Planters' Linn nf Snn VmnMatsn
illen.en. In Un. rr i.L.i mi.- --.. POCKetS. Cll&R. fllftUOl J& Pji'o Mn. nf
. ...WV...BVB ... ivn ,rmuuu. i no decision. '. . : . : v.
junltho icgulatlons of thh, Department,
unu oi me Department oAsrlruIturo.
regarding tho Inspection nd cjuaran
tine or imported animals, iiie nrohlhl
tlon of Importation of nnlmal. and tho
disinfection of the hides of neat .'atvio.
us contained in circulars of February
1, 1S00 (T D,r 22,014). June 2, 1900
IT. V.. 22,31(1). and July 30, 1901 (T.
I), 23,312), nie applicable In your ills'.
Nalau. one of the water front bojn
who li.ia traveled In the Philippines,
was arrested jesterdny on tho chargo
of assault and battery on another nn.
tlve.. Ho wns fined $10 nnd costs lu
the Police Couit today. The trouble
took place at the Magoon block near
Kakaako, that fruitful source from
which cases of the kind are continually
. 4JL .. .1
MARCH 14, 1902.
Special Bargain Sale of
Pacific Hardware Co.,
Odds nnd Ends ot Brands not now carried
In stock to be closed out at a sacrifice.
A chance to buy pure paints to cover the
wear and tear on your buildings, n it
Come early and select your colors and
quantities. it it n u u
Pacific Hardware Co.
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS
The Hits of the Year
Every job the perfection
A fine specimen of the carriage builders' art. We have
others equally good. ,
C. F. Herrick Carriage Co.,
12B Merchant St., next to Stanficnwnld Building.
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd
Tho nwn Plantation Co.
Tho Walalim Agricultural Co., Ltd.
too Kobala Sugar Co.
The Wnlmca Sugar Mill Co.
Tho Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo.
rno standard Oil Co.
Tho Geo. F. Dlako Steam Pumps.
Tho Now England Life Insurance Co.
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alllanco Assurance Co. ot London.
Win. G. Irwin & Co
Win, O. Irwin.. President nnd Manager
Craus Sprcckcls Vice President
w. m. nifiard.. Second Vice President
II. M. Whltnoy Jr.. . ..Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AOENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, OAL.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
augar nant. Co, Onomea Sugar Co,
Honomu Sugar Co, Walltiku Sugar Co,.
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C. M. Cooke, President: George
Robertson, Manager! E. F. Bishop.
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, II. Wn.
terhouse and Geo. It. Carter, Directors.
General Manager of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
ui mo united mates for the
OFFICE, Merchant 8treet, Honolulu.
Pensylvania Fire Insurance
Company, Chn8. T. WIIderi
"-fW-v w .
IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
of vehicular construction,
W. G. Irwin & Co.
Western Sugar Ileflnery Company of
Baldwin Locomotlvo Works of Phila
delphia. Pa , U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cano Shredder) .Now York, U.S.A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertili
zers. Aicx. Cross & Sons' high-grade Fertl
llzcrs for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
Parafflno Paint Co.'s V.&. B. Paints and
Papers; Lucot and Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled.
Indur!no'(a cold-water paint), In white
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
II. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle First Vlco President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Pres.
J. P. Cooko Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. R. 'Carter Auditor
Sngar Factors and
AGENTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co , Haiku Sugar Co, Pala Plan
tation Co, Nablku Sugar Co, Klhel
Plantation Co, Hawaiian Sugar Co,
Kahulul Railroad Co, and
The California and Oriental S. S, Co
t Sr-rirs-t f'nnvr life's
LIFE and FIRE
Insurance - Agents
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
8URANCE CO. OF B08TON.
AETNA FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY OF HARTFORD.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO,,
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolso Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
BISHOP & CO
DAtobllshed In 1858.
Transact business In all departments
Collections carefully attended to.
Ezchango bought and sold.
Commercial and Travelers Letter!
of Credit Issued on The Bank of Cali
fornia and N. M. Rothschild & Sons,.
Correspondents The Bank of Call'
fornla, Commercial Banking Co. of
8ydney, Ltd., London.
Drafts and cable transfers on China
and Japan through tho Hongkong ft
Shanghai Banking Corporation and
Chartered Bank of India, Australia and
Interest allowed en term deposits at
the following rates per annum, viz:
Seven days' notice, at 2 per cent.
Three months, at 3 per cent. '
8lx months, at 3 1-2 per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per cent.
A t TRUST DEPARTMENT
Act as Trustees undor mortgages.
Manago estates (real and personal).
Collect rents and dividends.
Valuable papers. Wills, Bonds, etc,
received for safo-kceplng.
Auditors for Corporations and Prl
Books examined and reported on.
Statements of Affairs prepared.
Trustees on Bankrupt or Insolvent
OFFICE, 924 BETHEL 8TRECT.
n SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Deposits received and interest al
lowed at 4 1-2 per cent per annum. In
accordanco with Rules and- Regula
tions, copies of whlcu may be obtained
FIRE, MARINE LIFE, ACCIDENT.
AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY IN-
Insuranco Office, 924 Bethel Street.
Claus Opreekels. Wm. G. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU ! : T. H.
8an Francisco Agents The Ne
vada National Bank of San Francisco.
Ban Francisco The Nevada Na
tional Bank ot San Francisco.
London The Union Bank ot Lon
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin DrcBdnor Bank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong-kong-Bhanghai
New Zealand and Australia Bank
of Now Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
British North America. ,
Deposits received. Loans made -n .
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits issued. Bills of Ex
change bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
Pioneer Building and Loan-
: 30, 1901, t80,04Si F
TT . .. A
A8SET8, JUNE 3D, 1901, 180,043 'i
Honey loaned on approved security,
& ouibb nans: ror mommy deposits.
Houses built on the monthly Install
Twenty-third Series of Stock is now
OFFICERS J. L. McLean. Presl
dent: A. A. Wilder, Vice President;
O. B. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear.
. DUJ.EPTOnS J- L- McLean. A.
A. Wilder, A. V. Gear, C. B. Oray.
J. D. Holt, A. W. Keeca. J. A. Lyle.
Jr, J. M. Little, M. S. Boyd.
A. V. GEAR,
Offlc 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 8.510.000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
The Bank buva and rppalvna fn .nl.
loctlon Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters ot Credit, and transacts a,
general banking business.
On Fixed P.r cent
Deposit. Per annum.
For 12 months 4
For 6 months ji
For 3 months s
Branch ot the Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., Ill King Street
AT IIAMOA, MAUI.
Mill Machinery, comploto or In part,
consisting of ono 30"xCO" 5-rolter mill,
H. I. Wits, make, Putnam Engine,
Vac. Pan. Double Effects, Clarlflers.
Centrifugals, Vac. Pumps, etc, etc.
Parcels of land, Interest In Hill
Lands, Houses, Work Animals, Carts,
Harness, Plows, Tools of all sorts.
Few particulars, apply to MR. J. R.
MYERS, "Manager, at Hamoa, Maul, or
to C. BREWER & COMPANY, LTD,
Dated Honolulu. March 4th, 1902
W. C. Achi & Co.
AND DEALER8 IN
We will Buv nr Hnll Tln.l n..
all partH of the group.
We will Sell Properties on Reason
ablo Commissions. Tel. Main 125.
10 WEST KING STREET.
DECKER, FERNANDES & CO.
Real Estate Agents.
Vt 0 also make a specialty of enlarging
RENTS cni 1 riTcn
SffeV,cor- Sollth and K'ne' Stiects.
P. O. Box 321: 'Phono 9K! m.. "
LOANS NEGOTIATED; '