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F.VENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T TIIUIISDAY, APHIL 10, 1002.
Published Every Day Except Sunday,
"t 120 King Street, Honolulu,
T. II , by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
WALLACE It. FARRIN01 ON.. Editor
Entered at the Post Olllco at Hono
lulu as second class matter.
'What earthly difference docs It
nnke who runs anel who doesn't
urn In tho special election? Thcro
Is nothing to be gained In llu
l.rht, nnd much money and nsef il
energy Is to he lost. Tho whole
thing may soro as nn amusement
comparable to chasing an anlseel
bag but serious people hardly eer
tnKe their amusements In that
This was the assistance rendered b
the Advertiser on April 2d, nb sern
das befnic the election. Such wns
the sentiment of the Advertiser up to
PARTY MEN, BUSINESS MEN
UNITE IN CONDEMNING
POLICY OFJIIE ADVERTISER
(Continued from nage 1.)
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The Sunday Bulletin.
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Per quarter 35
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Evening and Sunday Bulletin.
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Runriav and Weekly Bulletin.
Per jear . . I 2.00
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and I believe that Hio organization will
some ilny repudiate It as a party pa
Post Office Box
APRIL 10 l'JO.'
FOR HONEST PARTY
The fliTtlmi nf W V llairls tho
Republican candidate Tor Represontn
tho In the Fmiith Dlstrbt over An
gUBt Dreltr tho candidate of the com
blned Home Rule Republican and
Domocrntli parties, wns a magnificent
ill tnrv for tho Retiubllinn parti, the
Republic nn organization, the Republi
It was furthermore a complete nnd
forceful vindication of the part man
ngors, who stood Hteadfnstlj nnd
staunchl for the maintenance and do
fense of part lntegrlt nt all times.
It was a vindication of Canuldato
Harris' courage of conviction In talcing
upon himself what appeared to bo a
losing light, but which he wns rendj
to take up that the partj might not
suffer through the certain lnjur Tol
lowing a course1 of Inactivity
It was vindication of tho honest of
party workers who have been reviled.
maligned and viciously mlsieprescnted
by the nevvspapei organ which poses
ns the mouthpiece nnd advocate of
It was a gloiloua vindication of the
honest, firm nnd unielentlng eonten
tlon of the Bulletin that the Republl
can part should be lead at all times
to meet its political enemies at the
polls, never allowing any election, how
over Insignificant, to go by clefnult.
it served to put tho few party ene
mies, whose sentiments the Pacific
Commercial Adveitlser utters, to n
compute and Ignominious rout. The
Advertiser and whoever it repiesents
stands todov lcpudlated and Justly
rondenmed for Its steadfast dlshon
"t'Sty condemned b tho leaders, the
rank and file, the worklngmen nnd tho
business men of the Republican party
The polk of the Advertiser has boeii
viciously dishonest, The ruling sentl
incut of this community Is honest.
Tho record of Advertiser dishonest
ns ngaln.it the honesty of the Bulletin
Is clear The positive endorsement of
the Bulletins course In every detail Is
ho one! the possibility of successful
refutation The Bulletin has stood for
part unit when facing n common en
emy. The Advertiser has Bought to
Mir up factional war In the face of the
When a vacancy was caused In tho
representation of tho Fourth District,
by the death of A. F. ailflllan, the Ad
vertlser urged the Governor to ignore
tho Organic Act and rcfuso to cnll a
special election. The Bulletin stood
for tho plain wording and Intent of the
OrgaiTlc Act, and urged tho calling of
tho special election, como what may.
Tho Governor called for a special
When this was dono tho Advertiser
deprecatee the action of the GoNernor
nnd called on the party managers to
nllovv tho election to go by default to
tho Home Rule party. Tho Bulletin
demanded that tho party managers
make the fight, malntnln party Integ
rity and prove to tho voters of this
Territory that Republicanism is a con
testant quantity always ready to fight
for Its principles.
Tho Republican Teirltorlal Commit
teo voted unanimously to malco tho
At this stage tho Advertiser, with
Increased energy, attacked tho com
mlttee. claimed that tho organization
was ill advised and lacking In political
Judgment. The Advertiser advised
business men not to contribute money
for tho work. The Bulletin called for
unanimous support of 1170 party, the
setting aside of factional Issues, Dole
Issues, and a demonstration of party
Tho Bulletin's course found favo1 In
tho ranks of paity workers and W W.
Hauls, who expressed his willingness
to become the party standard bearer.
With Mr. Hants' acceptance party
managers and tho rank and fllo set to
work with tho single purpose of cairv.
Ing tho election. Tho "get together"
oplrlt wbb In ovldence overy where ex
cept In tho Advertiser, and among
what very small following It may pos
sent Tho Bulletin unequivocally or
dorsed Mr. Harris. Tho Advortl3-r
waited till two days after tho nomina
lly It came out with an nnonmoui
ommunlcntion published In Its edlto
rial columns charging p.rrty workers,
which Included a large majority of tho
so called Sevvall faction, with an In
tent to knife the eandldato tliey had
nominated because ho was cmploed
by n Dole or "mlsslouar" business
house This charge was worso than
false It was an effort to discredit the
inmost nml energetic endeavors of par
ty woikers, who vvero laboring day
and night to carry tho rourfn District
foi llnirla and the Republican party.
It was the piratical deed of disgrun
tled politician or politicians to destro)
party unit) and to lalse tho Dole Issue,
which If put bofoic tho voteis would
snow Dole under three to one. Tho
factional thrust of tho Advertlsei dou
Wed the work of tho candidate) nnd
pilty mnungeis It was lcpudlated on
the stump by part speakers and the
candidate On tho morning of the
election n similar tliiust wns mnde
And It was repudiate! and cast out by
tho Republican voters nt the polls
'Hauls and the Republican pnity.Ueep
Dole out of it, was the Blogan, and by
that token the Republican party nnd
Mi Hnrils won a glorious victory.
On but one single point was tho Ad
verllser advice followed It called up
on business mcii to refuse to provide
mono foi tho campaign. With the ex
coptlon of the I10U80 of Alexander S.
Baldwin. Iho business houses did not
respond to the mono call. Party man
age is whom tho Advertiser was con
tlnuall seeking to disci edit said "We
will mnke the fight without money. If
necossai The Republican part
shall not give up its principles for tho
Almlght Dollar" Money was raised
in the cciinmltteo by small contrlbu
nous, and today tho Republican paity
tins not only gained n victor but has
paid every bill connected with the
campaign, n record never before mnde
I'liithor pioor of the utter falslt of
tho Advertisers charge that Harris
was put up onl to be slnughteicd Is
found In tho fnct that when tho dlgi
hlllt of tho opposition candidate was
biought In question, the party mnnn-
gors carried the light Into tho courts,
that Dreler's name might be tilled off
the ticket. lad Harris been put up for
slaughter such a course could not and
would not have been tnken
On the da before the election the
Advertrsor stated editorially that the
Intended knife-vvleldlng was to bo ills-
plaed In the First, Third, Fourth and
Fifth Precincts. The election returns
show that In these precincts tho party
made Us most distinct gnins. thereby
proving that tho workers In those pre
cincts were perfectl iiiganized and
mnishnlcd foi no oilier purpose than
the support of tho Republican inrty
nml Its nominee.
pait tanks by the Introduction of ar
ticles on factionalism."
DILLINGHAM BRANDS THE
ADVERTISER AS INJURIOUS.
B F Dillingham happened to be In
the office of Alexander & Baldwin at
the time the reporter called and he
stntoil that he was peifectly willing to
stntc his views on tho course of the
Adveitlsci This Is what Mr Wiling
ham had to Pity;
"I do not approve of tho hardness
nnd bitterness of tone of the Adverti
ser which must needs stir up strlio
nniong friends and bring about nn tin
plonsant statu of affairs. This Is a
coin so which tho nvorage render does
not like and which I uiself did not np
"I believe that the course of the Ad
vertiser for some time past speaking
politically and every other way has
caused great harm. I noticed this
when I was on the Oiast last and
vviote to those 111 control of the paper
to change tho tono of their articles
nml editorials because I had found that
reunites weio being mnde by the Ad
veitlsor In the innks of somo of tho
country's stiongest friends, financial
"First of all 1 am an American and
In the second plnco I am n pattlsan
My ptluciplcs are Republican nnd I
believe It to bo ni dut In nil cases to
do Hint tTTIng which will assure the
gieatest good to the greatest number.
I nm n Republican ns I said before,
and. nil things being equal I would In
vnrlnbl vote foi a Republican How
ever If In n campaign I should find
that the Dintoctntlc candidate was tho
bettei man, I would surely voto for
"The harshness and bitterness of
the Ailveitlser Is not conducive to tho
best interests of the Country In nny
wn. nml I hnvo already ncTelrcRScd
ni si If dlreetl to the people nt tho
head of the affairs of thnt paper to
THE ADVERTISER TRIED TO
KNIFE REPUBLICAN PARTY.
D It. Wright, one of tho most ener
getic of Republican party workers, on
being nsked how the Advertiser's deal
ing with tho special election shuck
him, made the pointed reply: "I con
sldcr the Advertiser tried to lmlfo the
Republican party. It brought matters
Into the contest which It ought not to
STEWART DEALS WITH"
MATTER IN TERSE WORDS
T MeCants Stownit said that his
views weio pielty well expiessod by
his 111111110 to Include tho Adveitlser
111 the losoliitlou passed unanimously
li the committee Inst night Contln
ulng. Mr Stuvvait said.
"Wh did I omit the Advertiser fiom
my resolution expressing thanks to
tho Republic nu workers and papers
who helpid to win our splendid vie-
'Ask almost any Republic nn ou
meet when ou leave this off ice. nnd
t TTACKS THE HAWAIIANS;
LOSE THE PARTY VOTERS
C. B. Wilson, a party leader and
Delegate to the last National Republl
can convention, said, when asked 11
the Advertiser assisted In the cam
"1 don't think It tins. It has Injured
us with tho Hnwallan-Amertrnns nnd
the laboring classes of recently arriv
"Has the Advertiser ever assisted
"I can't say it has ever helped us.
They keep continually harping against
the Itovnllst clement that has Joined
the Republican part. Wc have been
trlng to forget tho past, and we no
sooner get things smoothed over than
the Advertiser digs up the old story
The natives arc very sensitive 011 such
matters. I know how the feel. It
does no good, It docs harm The na
live papers recognize those things and
It makes them hot They call attcn
tlon to the attack of the Advertiser and
win to their ranks voters who would
linturall go with the Republicans"
GOVERNOR DOLE DIDN'T
FIGURE IN CAMPAIGN.
Then F Lansing said.
' 1 am exceeding! pleased nt the
result If It had been the other way,
or the Republican party lud allowed
u Home Ruler to have been elected by
default, thcic would be no use In Mr
Pratt's going to Washington for an ap
proprlatlon to pay the fire claims
"At first I did not sro any use In
holding mi election, but when one wns
ptoclaimed by Governor Dole and an
other part set nbout to put up a candi
date. It became the right thing for the
Republicans to make a contest. The
icsult gives us n gieatl Increased as
surancc of winning ut the general elec
tions. "No I never consldeied that (lover
not Dole was involved lit the contest
one way or the other."
wc have to offer are First Quality Goods at the lowest
possible prices. Wc liavc lately received large ship
ments completing our lines.
Michigan Stoves and Ranges,
Glassware and Crockery, The
Favorite Eddy Ice Chests and
Refrigerators, Water Filters
and Coolers, Agate and Tinware
Willcox&Gibbs' New Automatic
Sewing Machines, New Ideal
Sewing Machines, Hand Sewing
Machines. :: :: :: ::
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Uctlicl Street Household Deportment.
ATTORNEY FOR ADVERTISER
IS ITS ONLY SUPPORTER.
I.orrln Andrews one of the enm
pilgn orntots, was asked whether or
not ho considered tho Adveitlser
wuio helping tho Republican party.
"I do not say that tho Advertiser
was JiiHtlfiod In what It said at first
In fnct, I thought It was a mistake of
policy But It seems to me now that
the articles In question stirred up
tome who weio Indifferent so that they
came out nnd voted for the Republican
tnndldnto. So I think that, on the-
S7 V v
uhnln tlio Ai!i'HIrpp d hi irnnil. I (In I
he will tell ou that 1 did perfectly nol consider that the Advertiser Is,
light. I did so because I regard tho working ngalnsl the interests of the
Pretty nearly ever thing that ou
can think of In tho harness line Is In
eluded In our big display.
Every harness wo sell Is a bargain,
and wo sell all kinds from light track
nndroad to heavy coach and team
harness. From no ono clso can jou
get the harness valtto wo glvo ou.
Sole Agents J. A. McKerron's fine
Harness and Horse Boots.
C. F. Herrick Carriage Co.,
125 Merchant St., next to Stangenwnld Building.
So far as Dole was concerned, ho
was not endorsed b the organization
tho platform or an factor In connec
tlon with the campaign. The Adver
tiser claims tho vote wns a TJole vote
The comments of party managers on
tho Advertiser's course tells Its own
The election of esteiday was ex
piesslve of part unity, its ability and
determination to put nBlde factional
Ism In an election and If It bo thrust
upon the voters that they can ride n
down The election Is an example to
citizens of this Territory of what Re
publlcanlsm ns a factor of Amcrl
cnnhJfn means. And that example will
not be lost on the voters wlien the
struggle of the general election Is on
The Bulletin clalmB no more for It
self than it claims for every Honest
part worker and voter Its duty to
this community and tho Republican
party honestly performed
Must Be Changed
Washington. .March 29 1'iesldeiit
Roosevelt. In a conference with a num
ber of Western Congressmen, today
plainly stated his opposition to some ot
tho provisions of the Irrigation bill,
now pending In the House. The presi
dent heartily approved of the general
purpose of the bill, but said today that
ho could not approve the measuro as
It now stands. He Is especially oppos
ed to the section providing for State
control of the appropriation, distribu
tion and use of the water from the irri
gation canals. The President believes
that Federal supervision Is essential,
not only to success hut to fair nnd Im
partial tllstilbutlon, altogether remov
ed from political or other considera
Murconl GetH Through Pof.
London, March 31 The Marconi
rtatlon at the I.Izard sas il communl
catcd successful!) with tho Btcamcr
Kaiser Wllhelm dcr (Irosse when tho
vessel was 1100 miles distant, steaming
No less than S0.000.000 acres of Cu-
lin unit rt Jin If rtin lal n nrtla fnwi af
tlon papers were filed and published jTnoro nro tnrty different Bpecles of
this: I j jlms alone found there.
Advertise!, under Its present manage
ment, ns 'a snake In trie ginss
Thiouglioiit the campaign It tried to
knife our candidate. Ono day It said
editorially, 'What difference does it
make who Is nominated This election
Is perfectl) nonsensical' Another day
II tldiciitcs the nermann nnd Hawaii
ans In the same editorial thus tt)lng
to stir them up against out cnndldatc
And, then, having failed to prevent
the oignnization fiom making n noml
nation, having failed to pi event the
outburst nml spieau of pait) enthitsl
UHiii and seeing the election of Harris
In sight. 11 lushes ill nt the eleventh
horn with n grcnt nourish of ti limpets
nnd, under the pretence of supporting
Harris, it makes an unjust and giound
less attack upon tho party workers
tho men who make nominations mid
win elections, the men who nominated
Harils, who tiled to make his election
sure by appealing to tho Supreme
Couit to threrv out Dielet, Indeed,
men who were moving heaven nnd
earth to elect Harris, Sacrificing their
business, working on tho political
field when they should have been at
home taking lest. Against these men
the Advertiser madu tho monstrous
charge that they were to Milfo their
own candidate. Ami this charge waf
based upon nn nnou)mous letter
which nine Republic mis out of ten
believe was wiltten In the office ol
tho Advertiser, nnd by Kb editor.
"Do )oit wonder that Republican?
on all shies denounce the paper, and
call it the wot st enemy that wo have
to deal with?
"It creates factionalism, It ill aw s
the color lino, stirs up inco
hntreds, thus letaidlng tho bet
ter tindei standing which should
prevail among tho different laces lieie,
Imperilling the business Interests ot
tho Territory, nnd limiting the Infill
euce of 'missionaries' like W. W Hall,
B F, Dillingham and J. P. Cooke
"I can tell )ou, sir, tho Advertiser
In tho hands of tho disgruntled liull
vidua), who Is Its edltot In chief, and
his Journalistic errand boy, 'the pen-n)-a
liner' city edltoi, lias fallen from
tho heights It held under Armstiong
and 'low Be and O'Drltn Into tho
depths of utter unic-llablllty and mali
cious vlndktlvcness and petty Jeal
"A newspaper publishes tho news
nnd Is purely Impersonal In refoienco
to It. Our party woikers on all sides
denounce the garbled accounts and
misleading political statements which
tho Advertiser prints, oven after Its
icporters seek and enjoy tho courtesy
of our committee nnd otfieF meetings.
"No. sir, wo feel under no obliga
tions to tho Advertiser. As at present
mannged it Is a standing menace to
tho success of tho Tlcpubllcnn party,
Republic an party.
Mr Andrews Is tho attorney for the
Hawaiian Gazette Company, publish
ers of the Advertiser.
COSTOP WIRELF.SB TELEGRAPH
TEX1 OF TI mu FOR
(Scientific- American 1
Successive steps In the establish
ment of wireless telegraphy follov,
each other with a rapidity which la
quite unpiccedentcd In the develop
ment of a new invention It Is not
many weeks slnie the first uiieasful
signals weio tiaiismltted ncioss Iho
Atlantic and In the Intel Im the in
ventor lias i chit tied to England com
pleted his mrangements and is now on
his wn) luck to Aiucilca for the pui-
posc of establishing n permanent sta
tion for the regular ti.uiMiilsslon of
(omniou lal wlieless messages Fui
thermoic. It Is announced that a cou
tiact luiH been made with the Cana
dian government for the transmission
of ordinal)- ti ans-Atlantic messages
for ten cents u word, with a pi ess late
of five icntH a word In niccucbinio
with this contiait, the Canadian gov
ernment will coutlibute $S0 000 toward
the election of n station In Nova Sto
tla At pit-sent the into tot gencinl
messages is 23 tints, so that tho gen
eral public In Canada reap the Imme
diate benefit of u leduitlon In the rata
of full) B0 per cent.
Thus again do we see the Indoml
table patience of one man bring to
fruition, after )cais of patient in
vestigation, nnothci of those epoch
making Inventions, which me destln
ed fiom the ver) first to In Ing untold
benefit to the world nt large and well'
earned picstlge and wealth to the In
ventor himself lu'this age of liiuens-
Ing travel and multiplying Internation
al Interests of a political, commercial
and pi hate character, this facilitating
of communication hctvvecn the old nnd
new woild will bo beneficial to n de
gieo thnt can scarcely be estimated To
the pilvate Individual partlciilarl) will
this gieat cheapening of telegraphic
communication bo welcome, as It
brings tho trans-Atlantic "cablegram"
within i each of a vast number of peo
ple to whom It Is nn impossible luxury
at tho present price. It Is true the
commercial success of tho system has
yet to bo demonstrated; but Mr.. Mar
ronl has been so uniformly modest and
conservative in his claims, and has evi
dently been caicful never to announce
his achievements until he has pioved
be)ond u doubt their practicability,
that the public will have every confi
dence In the Inventoi's nblllt) to tany
out to the letter his contract with the
"That an) pcison who shall will
fully kill m- cause the death of the
Picbldent or Vice Picsldent or the
United States, or an) offlcer thcitof
Democrats Decide on
a Philippine Bill
Washington, March 29. -The Demo
cratic minority of the House Commit
tee on Foreign Affairs will on Monda)
file a report favoring the ndoptlon of
upon whom the povveis and duties of the Kahu-Mltehell bill as amended by
the Piesldent may devolve under the , the Senate Committee on Immigration,
Constitution and laws, or who shall lathei than as amended by tho majoi-
wlllfull) cnuse the death of the sovei-'lt) of the House Committee. Congress-
Miss Sally Bunnell, of 1'iovo,, a vil
lage near Salt I.ako Clt Utah, has the
distinction of having 219 living de
scendants She Is 'JJ eais old, and has
7 children, 7.1 grandchildren, 135 great
grandchlldieu,and 3 guut-gieat-grand-children.
Lord Kitchener Is said to save Fn
gland $2,500,000 a month b) his man
agement of the field canteens In South
elgn or chief magistrate of any forelgp
country, shall he punished with death.
'That any poison who shall attempt
to commit elthei of the offcnseB men
tioned In tho foregoing section shall
be punished with death.
"That mi) person who shall Insti
gate, advise, or counsel the killing of
the Piesldent or Vice President of tho
United States or nny ofllcci thereof
upon whom the poweis and duties of
the Picsldent may devolve nuclei tho
Constitution and laws, or shall eon
spire with any other to accomplish the
same, or who shall Instigate, advise,
or counsel the killing of the sovereign
or chief magistrate of any foreign
couuti) or shall consplio with any
other person to accomplish the same.
shall ho punished by Imprisonment nol
exceeding twenty )euis.
"That an) pcrsou who has conspired
as aforesaid may bo Indicted nml con
victed separately, although the othci
part) or parties to the conspiracy me
not indicted oi convicted
"That any person who shall, by
spoken words, oi b) wiltten or printed
woids, uttered oi published, threaten
to kill or advlso or Instigate another
to kill the Piesldent or Vleo President
of the United States, oi any offlcer
thcteof upon whom tho powers nnd du
ties of tho olllce of President of the
United States may devolve under tho
Constitution and laws, shall be pun
ished by Imprisonment not exceeding
"That any person who shall willfully
nnd knowingly uld In tho escape from
punishment of any person guilty ot
either of the offenses mentioned in the
foregoing sections shall ho deemed nn
accomplice after the fact, and shall bo
punished us li a principal, although the
other paity oi parties to sulci offense.
shall not be Indicted or convicted,
"That tho Secretary of War Is au
thorized and directed to select and de
tail from the ic-gulni army a sufficient
number of officers nnd men to guard
and protect the pel son of the President
of the United States without any lin
net essaiy dlspla),
' And the Secictui) of Wui Is uuthoi
lzed and directed to make special rules
and regulations as to dress, arms, and
equipment and duties of said guard,
and shall publish only such pmts of
said rules and epilations as he may
"That the additional expenso of such
guard so detailed shall be paid out ol
the Treasury, on accounts to be certi
fied by the Secietary of War to the
ISecietar) of the Treasury."
man Knhn and the other Pacific Coast
Republicans will stand with the Dem
ocrats In this, and those Republicans
who follow tho lead of tho Piesldent
veiy probabl) will get In lino also.
Piesldent Roosevelt has nSKed Com
missioner I.lveinash to prepare for him
a compailson between the Kahn-Mlt-chell
bill as reported by tho Senate
Committee and the same bill as report
ed by the House Committee.
The California Commission wns to
day engaged In framing an appeal to
the members of tho House to support
the Senate form of the Kahn-Mltchell
bill and to defeat the legislation favor
ed by tho pro-Chinese lobby.
CHARACTGR STANDS FIRST.
Fiom the business man's point of
view man's greatest natural gift Is
This Is fundamental In all true man
hood tho piercqnlslte of ever) success
in life. This Is eminently true of many
men whose powers of expression are
limited and mo )ct tiemendous factors
Character Is absolutely imperial, be
cause tho human mind la eo constitut
ed that It Is certain to detect the false
nnd honor the true.
Webster defines character aa a dis
tinctive murk, a sjmbol. No true or
more apt definition could be found, for
character stamps Its possessor with a
distinction to bo gained by no other
gift It Is the symbol of all that Is best
and finest in life.
Character Is what a man really Is,
It is the sum of all those qualities that
distinguish a man from his fellows.
Character Is unmlstakeable. Human
Intelligence Is well-night Infallible In
Its Interpretation of character.
It Is a mistake to think that lan
guage can dlsgulso character. There
Is no deceit equal to the self-deception
ot the man who thinks that speech can
mask an ethical deficiency.
Tho moral risk in financial transac
tions Ib Increasingly considered In
business decisions. Many negotiations
have failed when tho nppaient finan
cial conditions weie sound, simply be
cause they were not vitalized by sound
character Every man of experlenco
can easily piovo tho truth of this piop-1 nT!!!
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vvasuinbtun limes. ( . M(i.u H !. -''"
AT HAMOA, MAUI,
Mill Machinery, comploto or In part,
consisting of ono 30"xli0" C roller mill,
II. I. Wks. make, Putnam Fnglno,
Vac. Pan, Doublo Effects, Clariflcrs,
Centrifugals, Vac. Pumps, etc , etc.
Parcels of land, Interest in Hul
Lands, Houses, Work Animals. Carts,
Harness, Plows, Tools of all sorts.
For particulars, apply to MR. J. It.
MYERS, Manager, at Haraoa, Maul, or
to C. BIIEWER & COMPANY, LTD.,
Dated Honolulu, March 4th, 1902.
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin Is the largest and best pub
lished In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
BISHOP & CO. i
nt..bllHlied In I8B8.
Transact business In all departments
Collections carefully attended to.
Exchange bought and sold.
Commercial and Travelers' Letter!
of Credit Issued on The Bank ot Cali
fornia and N. M. Rothschild & Sons,
Correspondents The Bank of Cali
fornia, Commercial Banking Co. of
8ydney, Ltd., London.
Drafts and cable transfers on China
and Japan through tho Hongkong &
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.
inree months, at J per cent.
Six months, at 3 1-2 per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per cent.
. TRUST DEPARTMENT
Act as Trustees under mortgages.
Uanago estates (real and personal).
Collect rents and dividends.
Valuable papers, Wills, Bonds, etc,
received for safe-keeping.
Auditors for Corporations and Pri
Books examined and reported on.
Statements of Affairs prepared.
Trustees on Bankrupt or Insolvent
OFFICE, 924 BETHEL 8TREET.
Deposits received and Interest al
lowed at 4 1-2 per cent per annum, la
accordance with Rules and Regula
tions, copies of whlcn may be obtained
FIRE, MARINE LIFE, ACCIDENT
AND EMPLOYER8' LIABILITY IN
Insurance Office, 924 Bethel Street.
Claui Spreckels. Wm. O. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
Honolulu, : : t. h.
Ban Francisco Agents The Ne
vada National Bank of San Francisco,
San Francisco Tko Novada Na
tlonal Bank of San Francisco.
London The Union Bank ot Lon
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnais.
Berlin Dretdner Bank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong
kong Shanghai Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Bank
ol New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank ot
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made on
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills ot Ex
change bought and sold.
Collection! Promptly Accounted For.
Pioneer Building and Loan
ASSETS, JUNE 3d, 1901, 180,043.37.
Honey loaned on approved security.
A Saving Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on the monthly Install
Twenty-third Series of Stock l cavr
OFFICERS -J. L. McLean, PresI
dent: A. A. Wilder, Vice President;
O. B. Orny, Treasurer; A. V. Gear,
DIRECTORS J. L. McLean. A.
A. Wilder, A. V. Gear, C. B. Gray,
J. D. Holt, A. W. Keeca, J. A. Lyle,
Jr J. M. Little, U. S. Boyd.
A. V. GEAB,
Office 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 8.610,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
The Bank buys and receives for col
lection Bills ot 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 6 months 3
For 3 month 3
Branch of the Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., Ill Ring Street
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