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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II T. 1'niDAY APRIL 11. 1002.
Published Every Day Except Sunday,
t 120 King Street, Honolulu,
T. 1I by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
WALLACE It. FARIUNQTON. .Editor
Entered nt tho Post Office at Hono
lulu as second class matter.
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The Sunday Bulletin.
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Per ear -2o
Per ear, postpaid, foreign 1.75
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Evening ana sunaay uuiieun.
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Sunday and Weekly Bulletin.
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Post Olhco Dox
AIMtll. 11 1902.
Tourists inn take this as a fair sam
ple of Honolulu weather
What a splendid Ooernoi s man
sion was a remark hcanl on every
hand nt the Paikers' reception
No party task Is over unonipjlshcd
without the discovers of now woik for
the future. 1'iepare for the fall tain
Konn plantation Is at peace with
Itself and Its creditors once more with
good prospects that glistening coin
that runs the mill will soon ho In el
deuce'. The Republican party needs every
ioallst. Home Ruler Oi Democrat
that can be gathered Into Its fold 1 ho
party conducted on the basis of a close
corporation never has and never tan
succeed It Is the otea that couut
Roosevelt Is putting so much new
Jlfe Into the Interstate Commerce Com
mission that tho people are learning it
Is not so much the law as It Is the wav
It Is administered that tells the story
Republicans should turn out In ns
strong a force at the rail tonight a
they did at the polls on Wednosda.
Lot this ratification meeting lie tho
opening gun for nggiesslvo fall cam
The Adveitlser is free to peg nlong
on its universally condemned factional
course. It has already read Itself out
of sympathy with honest Republicans,
nnd represents neither u following nor
un honest principle.
The outlook for Cuban tariff legisla
tion coupled with the steady Improve
ment In the local labor problem Is rc
lving confidence In Hawaiian securi
ties and causing the dally stock list to
tell a different story.
Democrats are urging constitutional
government for the Phllipn.es as soon
as ponce Is established. This puts con
stitutional government forward long
enough to furnish plenty of oratorical,
ammunition for several Presidential
campaigns to come.
Parti lendets nnd the business com-
rnunlty have legistered their opinion
on the meaning and Intent of tho Re
publican victory lu the fourth Dlstiltt.
Dolelsm or antl-Dolelsm had no mute
to do with It, than It has with the tro
inorullt of the soul.
Again has tho Japanese Consul
shown that he Is a power for peace nntl
progress among tho laborers of the
plantations. Ills wise nnd timely coun
sels have been a most potent factor In
preserving an even Unor In the opera
tions of Hawaii's sugar estates.
Representative Harris shows him
self to ho a man of positive thought
nnd action, holding party Integrity as
a matter for first consideration. He
may not bo called upon to nit In the
position to which he has been elected,
hut It Is a foregone conclusion that hu
is In line for the Senatorial contest next
The resignations of Setrctarv Alger,
Appraiser Wakcman or Immigration
Commissioned Powdcrly were not re
quested because these men wcro dis
honest or failed In their respective
public offices to follow the strict letter
of the law. They were sources of fierce
party contention. Tho Republican ad
ministration seeks the pathway of
Let the watchword of tho future be
"Harmony and Progress" Harmony
In the Republican ranks will assure tho
success of the party and the material
progress of this Territory, which
means prosperity to every citizen or
resident. Republicans have shown
what they can do. Let the work along
tho same lines bo steadfast, earnest,
fair, open handed, honest. The ruling
sentiment of the hour Is that this Ter
ritory shall go foiward with truo Am
crlcan liberality and force
Legislation for tho Inauguration of
municipal government In this Territory
Is an unequivocal demand of the Re
publican party fiom the leaders to the
rank and file. Opposition to this pro
gresstve policy can servo tho single
purpose ot creating greater strife.
Citizens see the plain pathway of duty
In lending their energies to tho enact
ment of a municipal law which will
meet all tho "peculiarities" as well
as tho necessities of tho situation
Tho public mind Is so thoroughly made
iin that in nnnnnn tho munlrlnnl nrn.
WORK 18 UUT ISL'GUN.
The Republican victory In the
Fourth District must now bo followed
up with energetic work all along tho,
line In preparation fur tho fall cam
paign which will be In full swing In n
few months. 'I he work should begin
at once and go forward without let
or hindrance that the advantage al
ien dy gained shall not be lost.
Tho great ilimcult) with political
efroit in the Terrltorj has been that It
seldom starts in earnest till Just be
fore the election Then conies a innsa
of preparatory woik crowding upon
the operations of campaign manageis
and the candidates, many details de
mnnd attentlou which should have
been covered ami kept contlnuall In
hand during the intervals between the
Wcdiiesdaj s contest demonstrate!
that Repuhllenns of the fourth District
nio will organized, that the Homo
Ilule and Democratic forces arc cither
mil orcnnlzi il nr disci untied. The He
publhans won with fort -three per
coll. of the totaUoto thrown. There-
suit adds material!) to the prestige of
the Uopubllcan pait but this will not
accomplish us much as It should unless
the campaign Is carried Into the cne-
... .-... . . ., i
mj s country most lgorously. Defeat
will urge the Home Hulers and Demo
crats to greater activity, to patch up
their fences and stir up Borne of the old
tlmo enthusiasm In their ranks Op
position leaders claim that they pos-
bcso the otc but could not get It out
This Is negative consolation, and It
behooves tho Itcpubltean workers lu
see that It shall not become more posl
the. What Is tine of the fourth District
conies home with greater force In the
fifth and particular! on the other Isl
ands. The Tenltorlal committee,
should ujo every ondoaor to stir up
party leaders In the outside district
to Immediate acthlt Let Ilepubll
can energ), Republican unity make It
self felt In no unceitaln manner out
side of Honolulu nnd the fourth Dis
til t. Convince oters of this Terr!
tor that this unity Is real, nut n mere
temporal outhiiist, teach them that
Hcpiibllcanlsm Is n vital and vigorous
political force which k'nows no turnlmri
from the pathway of progress. Acts
speaK moio tnaii worus. incro is
aulllclciit tlmo between this and the
lormai opening or me Ian conicBi tor
the people to forget the fourth Dis
trict lessons of victory This they ma)
do If (he Territorial managers allow
outside leadcis to remain In a quiescent
The prellmlnar labors for the fall
campaign should begin Immediately
Editor Evening Bulletin The final
verdict of the Advertiser at this time,
That the fourth District body Re
publican Is composed of tialtois and
EARNINGS OH TUB POOR.
(New Iledford Standard
School teachcis earning six hundred
a )ear call themselves poor. Young
men engaged In a variety of occupa
tions getting a thousand dollars a ear
feel poor. Men In the professions o.
engaged lu business for themselves
lire clumped on tvvcnt-flve hundred a
jear Other men whose efforts and In
vestments bring them In live thou
sand scheme to make both ends meet
Hut It Is not such poor ns these thai
Robert E Ely, secretary of the I.eaguo
for Political Education lu New York,
referred when ho spoke leeentl on
the earnings of the poor Ho had ref-
nemo to the fifteen million pcisons In
the L'nlted States, men and women
bojs and girls, who aie cmplocd in
manufacturing and mechanic til Indus-
tilts and whose average earnings ate
f' hundred dollars a ve.tr. This Ij
not so much as some other million of
workeis In this toiinti aveiago In
earnings, but It Is more than many
othet millions of workers seetiro by
thelt personal effotts It is estimated
that ever woiker lias t.bout two
other persons dependent for suppoit
upon 111 in, so that three pcisons get
their living out of each four bandied
dollars earned. This means that tho
average Income of fort -live million
peoplo Is about $133 a cai, or 2 77 a
.Mr El) aualses the expenditure ot
this Imposing sum lu the titles It Is
fair to say that one qunttcr of tho
earnings go for rent and a half for
fuel and food. So these wage earnen
lu tho manufacturing nnd mechanical
Industries of the L'nlted States have
left, after palng foi shelter and food
for themselves and tho nveiage two
dependent upon them, an average of
SS 33 a month, oi one hunched dollars
n ear, for the clothing and other
neccssaiy expenses, the Incidentals ot
living, ami for reeieatlon and pleas
lire, for tho three If $10 apiece Is
leckoned for clothing, 10 or .l each,
Is left for every other uso except food,
lent, fuel and clothing
The gospel of thrift Is often pi eat li
ed to the poor, and It Is Indeed a ne
cessary gospel," sas Mr El, but ho
udds that "the teinis of our economic
pioblcm cannot be solved b thrift
alone." He docs not attempt to saj
how It shall he solved Ills statistics,
based on census leports, suggest a
gloomly plttuic, but to lighten It wo
tun recall that ver man of tho tlf
teen million workeis aie far better ult
than tho average, oven though some
may havo less to do with than the
average, Aveioglug the earnings
presents a dead level of dicailne.s,
while tho actual facts of life show
among tho workeis In manufacturing
nnd mechanical Industiles mini) fa ml
lies with a surplus for enjojment and
ease, many others living In control t,
many more who got along falrl well,
and many who nio Iniclj able to eilst
'I he least well off think the would ho
satisfied with plenty to cat and com
fortablo rooms Those having these,
find that something moio Is lequlied
before satisfaction Is attained They
cannot with Paul having food and
raiment be content therewith What
cvei tho situation, tho life is moio
than meat and tho body than nil
ment, and this Is as hue with tho
twcnty-flo hundred dollar salaried
won ns U ls w,th t,Je fom' """J"111
I. i,nr jvapp.pflrnpr
TIIU NORTHERN SECUUITirS
TNew York Sun
The federal Supreme Court has de
rided that the elTort of the State of
Minnesota to prevent the Northern Se
uirltles Company, n citizen of New
Jersey, from hulng the controlling In
tcrrt of two Minnesota railroads, the
llrcat Northern and the Northern Pa
cific, Is not for the Couit to notice If
the New Jerse citizen had damaged
Minnesota, the Cmirt would hmc deter
mined the lemovl, but It Is quite an
otliei thing to be asked to lay tho
federal hand upon a Jerseyman mere-
I) foi disiegaiding In New Jersey a
This case having been thus disposed
of so far as the Supreme Court Is con
ccrnrd, the announced Intention of
the Atturno Gcncr.il s to disrupt the
Northern Securities Compan, through
the Sherman Anti-Trust law, and to
defeat the compan 'b purpose to ac
quire and administer the Northern Pa-
illlc and the Great Northern, next de
The decisions of the Supremo Court
In the Trnns-Mlssourl case nncl In tho
Joint Traffic Association case hac
been cited In support of the Attornc
(itnetal's prospective endonor. In or
der that the situation may be under
stood, we will quote the most decisive
passage of the law In question and
then briefly oii'.llnc the theory on
which the Northern Scent Itlcs Corn-
pan ma be expected to defend Itself.
The language of tho act of Congress
piohlbltlng tcstralnt of Interstate
commerce Is that "ever contract or
combination In the form of trust ui
otherwise, ot conspiracy In restraint of
trade or commerce among tho sevora
States, Is herob declared to bo Ille
The Trans-MIssourl and Joint Traf
fic Association eases Involved contincts
between Independent carilers for the
purposes of i (striding competition In
rates So too, tho Addston Pipe
Compan case Involved a contract be
tween Independent producers limiting
competition In an Interstate business.
In each Instance the tosttuliit of inter
state business was the direct nnd ptne-
.i.-ii. ih onu. 0i.cc, Ti,0 r,.ie cm
rrng those cases was stated bj Mr
Justice Pcckhnm, In the Add)ston
Pipe Company litigation It was till
ti.e Sherman act covers nierel trans
actions which "directly and suhstnn
tlnll and not mercl indirect!) . re
niutrlv Incidentally and cnllatcrall),
oi as a mere Incident to other and In
nocent purposes, regulate to a greater
ot less degree commerce among the
The dlieet nnd substantial object of
the pioscnt tiansactlon was the acqui
sition by the Securities Compan) of
the bIuucs of the two inllro.id com
panies concerned. 1 he icsults which
ma) follow therefrom will he, tioc aid
ing to the thcoi) to be opposed to the
Attorney (lencial, "Indirect, remote
Incidental and collateral," and not
therefore, bringing the enterprise with
in the piohlbltlon of the statute
In the Joint Tinffic Association case,
In i espouse to n suggestion of coun
sel, the Supreme Court said that the
r.ct did not nppl) to combinations ot
Interest nnd piopert) by those engaged
lu tho same line of business, whether
effected b) formation of corporations
or copartnerships, h) emplo)ment of
tho same selling agencies or by sale of
piopert) to one of the parties An)
restraint of Interstate commerce fol
lowing such action tho Court said
would be merely collateral and Inci
dental and, therefore, not subject to
This view neccssailly follows from
me constitutional provision tint no
person shall he depilvcd of llbeit) or
propert) without duo pioecss of law
'I his guaraut) Includes the right fitc
I) to sell and purchase propert)
If the statute should bo eonstiucd to
piohlblt the sale of propel ty It would
to that extent destroy Its value, and
thus dcpilvo tho owiicis there of with
out due pioc ess of law The Supreme
Court has, therefore, held that Con-
gross can piohlblt contracts direct!
restraining Interstate commcice, hut
that It cannot piohlblt tho trnnsfti ot
piopcrty merely b'ocnuso tho ultimate
lesult ma) bo to effect such a restraint
Such must bo the general argument
In suppoit of a scheme like that of the
Noithein Securities Compan) When
the Supremo Court comes to consider
It, it will consider perhaps the most
Important case, commercial!) ever
brought be foi e It It Is unnecessary to
sa) that nil eaithquako under most It
not all of tho great railroad K) stems
of tho country would lie loss harmful
to thorn and their allied Interests than
n Judgment holding that the Sherman
let applies to tho many transactions
ot which the Noithcrn Securities Com
pany Is a t) pe
lliookl)n Standard-!' nlon
Long before John P. Altgeld's deuth
he had ceased In be a foimlihihlo factor
In Ameilcan politics, and consequent
1) much of the bitterness engendcicd
by his paidon or tho Chicago anar
chists, Netbo flelden and Schwab, had
died out In the public mind nnd what
remained was considerably softened,
It Is not human nature to bate and re
vile the dead, ,ind ex-(lov Altgeld has
been dead politically since ho wnu
"snowed undei" by Gov Tanner III
189C, unci especially since tho second
defeat of his filend and all) l)i)an, In
W00 People havo preferred to dwell
upon Ills good qualities, his iiiillllic.ll
lug courage ami lugged honesty his
wondeifiil Intellectual ability and pow
er of lucid, logical statement of hh
views and his profound sympathy
with tho pocu nnd helpless 'Hint Alt
gold was Inclined to bo pessimistic 111
his philosophy and .o be unjust In hh
exliemo hntied of the rich and powei
ful ones of tho oaith. In Europo as well
as In Anieilca, must ho admitted oven
by his admlicrs and If ho had ilsen tu
national povvei In tho I'nltod States ho
would probabl) havo wiought much
mischief to tho existing social s)stcm,
which he open!) nnd fcailessly con
demned Coiiseqiieiill ho was feared
as well as disliked by many timid con
servatives, but tho truth ls that so
clalicm and anaichy do not thrlvo upon
our soil, except sporadically In times ot
... M, V .
a collection of
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
ML JLiL 1 1
Pretty nearly e or) thing that ou
can think of In tho harness lino Is In
cluded in our big display.
Every harness wo sell Is a bargain,
and wo sell all kinds from light track
nndroad to heavy coach nnd team
harness. From no ono clso can ou
got tho harness aluo wo gho )ou.
Sole Agents J. A. McKerron's fine
Harness and Horse Boots.
C. F. Herrick Carriage Co.,
1S5 Merchant St., next to 6tnnenwnl(l Building.
Muuiitlal (listless, nnd Altgeld was net
cr so ilangeiutis as ho seemed.
As to his pardoning of the Chicago
anarchists, a curious nnd lnteiestlng
anecdote Is lecnlled by a morning con
Icmporniy, which shows that Altgeld
has largcl) been n lttlm ot popular
misconception, If not posltlxe misrep
resentation Ecry ono knows, of
course, that the then Governor of Illi
nois helleced the anarchists were un
justly c onxlctccl and that ho acted on
what ho claimed to he his sense of
duty In pinioning them, because It was
so stated In tho official memorandum,
but the general public did nut know
that the paidon was reiniestcd h) many
of the most Influential men lu the Statu
Including the president of exei) rail
road SUM) one running Into Chicago
and the picsldent of eceiy National
and State bank In Chicago, and that
the petition was endorsed and piesent-
ed by I. man J Gage, then piesldcnt
of the first National Dank of Chicago
and recentl) Secietary of the Treasuiy
This dlsclostiio will doubtless still fur
ther mollify the lesontiuent provoked
h) Altgeld's pal dons, which leally con
stituted tho only vital stain on his
cniecr, and peisuado us to lemimbcr
lather the cxtraordlnnr) nbllit) coin
age and manliness of the man
I Philadelphia Tclcgiaph
The Attornc) General has rendeied a
decision In logard to tho duties on
guod3 bi ought from TutulU to tho
mainland of tho United States, to tho
effect that the Island is "domestic tcr
ittoi)," and theicfoio such an Inte
gral pait of the Nation that It cannot
possibly ho classed us a "foreign coun
tiy. ' It Is to be noted that this deel
Elon Is In apparent conflict with the
Executive! outgivings ut the time thg
trlpaitltc tioaty between tho United
States, Great Urltaln and Germany, by
which the future status ot the Samoan
group was settled, was beforo the Sen
ate for latlflcatlon.
In defending the treaty, the late Sen
ator Cushimin K. Davis, then Chairman
of the Committee on foreign Relations
and tho acknowledged spokesman ot
tho Admliistrntlon, declared that
"theie Is no chango lu tho stutus of this
island or the people, and there Is no
Intention to annex this Island or to set
up a government other than that which
Is theie, and which belongs to the
people of tho Island and Is ot their own
making" The tieuty was latiflcd by
tho Senate on Januaiy 10, 1900, with
out a division, but a week later an cf
tort was made to reconsider tho vote.
on the mound, us alleged by some of
the Democrntls opponents of tho mens
in o, that the intlflcatlon had been se
cured through mlsrcpicbeutatlous as to
tho status which tho Island of Tutlula
was to hold It was In refutation of
this allegation of bad faith that Sena
tor Davis gave tho solemn assurances
quoted above, and the effort to secure
a reconsideration was defeated, but no
Democrat, Populist, or Sllverlte, ex
cept Teller, voted with tlio Itcpubll-
of Life and Scenes
in SAMOA, HAWAII
and JAPAN by - -THEODORE
is now on exhibition at the ART
ROOMS of the PACIFIC HARDWARE
CO,, Ltd,, daily from 9 a. m to 4 p.m.
cans to sustain the Senate's previous
Out) n few months passed, however,
before the Administration was virtu
all) compelled to abandon the position
It had taken up pending the considera
tion of the treaty, and to do practically
what Senator Davis had pledged It not
to do Hut there was no help for It,
wo wore In possession of the Island,
and to continue to assume the attitude
of standing In the i elation of a mere
piotectointe to It, as under the old Sa
moan Condominium, as It was called,
was slmpl) absurd, and would have
tinned tho Island over to nnarthy
and savage anarchy at that.
The oilglnal opponents of the annex
ation of Tutu I la appear to have forgot
ten all about tho stand they took two
)o.irs ago, and there Is now a sencrnl
asqulescenco In tegardlng the Island as
tho "domestic tenltory" which the At-
torney General has solemnly declared
It to he. It Is piobable that tho nicscut
ostensible opponents of the complete
aiisorption of tho Philippines will In
tlmo also forget tho point over ivblch
they nro making such a noisy conten
tion, and )leld at least n passive assent
to tho treatment of tho (wo thousand
oi so of Islands embraced in the archi
pelago as "domestic territory."
GREAT SUNDAY PAPER
BETTER THAN EVER !
MORE READING MATTER, MORE
VARIETY, MORE FUN FOR THE
CHILDREN, BUSINESS MEN,
LAWYERS AND GEN-
Roosevelt Has Met Me.
How Oil Is Superseding Coal.
Charity In Wall Street.
Pino Pong Played at Sea.
Work of Various Rellaloun Oodles.
Creat Day for the Chlld-rn Stories,
Verses, Jlnglec and Anecdotes.
Women Charity Works ;.
I'iver and Harbor Bill.
What Women Are Wearing.
Modem Business Method.
Mature of Interest to Lawyeie.
Life Insurance Examination.
What Ailed Young Min'a Watch.
Agents, Brokers and Jobbers.
W. G. Irwin & Go.
Western Sugar Refinery Company of
Daldwln Locomotlvo Works ot Pbtla
delphla, Pa., U. S. A.
NqwcU Universal Mill Co. (National
Cnno Shredder), Now York, U.S.A
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fcrtlll
Alox. Cross & Sons' high grade Peril
llzcrs for Cane nnd Coffee
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO Of FEU FOR SALE:
Paraffine Paint Co.'s P.& II. Paints and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled.
Indurlno (a cold-water paint), In white
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd
Tho Ewa Plantation Co.
Tho Walalua Agricultural Co , Ltd.
Tho Kobala Sugar Co.
Tho Walmca Sugar Mill Co.
Tho Fulton Iron Works, St, Louis, Mo.
Tho Stnndard OH Co.
Tho Ceo. F. Blako Steam Pumps.
Tho Now England Llfo Insuranco Co.
Tho Aetna Flro Ins. Co. of llaitford,
Tho Alllanco Assurance Co. of London.
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN.Ltd
II. P. Baldwin President
J. I). Castle First Vlco President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vlco Pres.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. 11. Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
AGENTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co , Haiku Sugar Co , Pala Plan
tatlon Co., Nnhtkti Sugar Co., Klbel
Plantation Co, Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
Kabulul Ilallroad Co., and
The California and Oriental S. S, Co
Win, G. Irwin & Go
Win. G. Irwin.. President and Manager
Clans Sprcckcls Vlco President
W. M. Glffard.. Second Vlco President
II. M. Whitney Jr.....Treas. nnd Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AOENTS OP THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OP SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co, Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co, Onomea Sugar Co,
iiuuuuiu ougur tu , vvuiiuku augur io,.
Makec Sugar Co .Haleakala Ranch Co.
Tho Planters' Lino of San Francisco
Packets, Chas. Brovvcr & Co.'s Lino of
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C. M. Cooke, President: George
Robertson, Manager; E, I Bishop.
Tieasurer and Secretary: Col. W. F.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, II. Wa
terhouso and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
lf V m wtm-yf wtti- ,-frrfT V
LIFE and FIRE
Insurance - Agents
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
SURANCE CO. OF BOSTON.
AETNA FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY OF HARTFORD.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG GO.,
The Lancashire Insuranco Co.
Tho Baloiso Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sowing Machine, Etc.
General Manager of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of tho United States for the
OFFICE, Merchant Street, Honolulu.
M. Phillips Zt Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers
European and American Dry Goods
Fort and Queen St..
BISHOP & CO.
Dotabllslicd In 1868.
Transact business In all departments
Collections carefully attended to.
Exchange bought and sold.
Commercial and Travelers' Letters
of Credit Issued on The Bank of Cali
fornia and N, M. Rothschild & Sons,
Correspondents The Dank of Cali
fornia, Commercial Banking Co. of
8ydney, Ltd., London.
Drafts and cablo transfers on China
and Japan through the Hongkong &
Shanghai Banking corporation and
Chartered Dank of India, Australia and
Interest allowed en term deposits at
tho following rates per annum, viz:
Seven days' notice, at 2 per cent.
i nree monins, at 3 per cent.
Six months, at 3 1-2 per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per cent.
, , TRUST DEPARTMENT
Act as Trustees tinder mortgages.
V -iago estates (real nnd personal).
Collect rents and dividends.
Valuable papers. Wills, Bonds, eta,
received for safe-kocplng.
Auditors for Corporations and Pri
Books examined nnd reported on.
Statements of Affairs prepared.
Trustees on Bankrupt or Insolvent
OFFICE, 924 BETHEL 8T.1EET.
- SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Deposits received and Interest al
lowed at 4 1-2 per cent per annum. In
accordance with Rules and Regula
tions, copies of whlcu may be obtained
FiRE, MARINE LIFE, ACCIDEN1
AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY IN
Insurance Office, 924 Bethel Street.
Claus BpreckeU. Wm. G. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU ! : T. H.
Ban Francisco Agents The Ne
vada National Bank of San Francisco,
Ban Francisco Tie Nevada Na
tional Bans: of San Franclsro.
London The Union Bank or Lon
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Dresdnor Bank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hongkong-Shanghai
New Zealand and Australia Bank
ot New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver TUntr nf
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made in
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits issued. Bills ot Ex
change bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
Pioneer Building and Loan
A8SET8, JUNE 3d, 1901, I80.04S.37.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Saving Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on the monthly Install
Twenty-third Series of Stock ls now
OFFICERS -rj. L. McLean, Presi
dent; A. A. Wilder, Vice President;
O. B. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear,
DIRECTORS J. L. McLean, A.
A. Wilder, A. V. Gear, C. B. Gray,
J. D. Holt, A. W. Keech, J. A. Lyle,
Jr., J. M. Little, U. S. Boyd.
A. V. QEAR,
umw uours: iz:jo i:so p. m.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Ten 24.000,000
fata up Capital Yen 18,000.000
Resolved Fund . Yen 8,710,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
The Bank buys and receives for rnl.
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 month s
For S months 3
Branch of the Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., Ill King Street
AT HAMOA, MAUI,
Mill Machinery, complete or In part,
consisting of one 30".60" 5 roller mill,
II. I. Wits, make, Putnam Engine,
Vnc. Pan, Double Effects, Clariflcrs,
Centrifugals, Vac Pumps, etc, etc.
Parcels of laud, Interest In IIul
Lands, Houses, Work Animals, Carts,
Harness, Plows, Tools of all Eorts.
For particulars, apply to MR. J. R.
MYERS. Manager, at Hamon, Maul, or
to C. BREWER & COMPANY, LTD.,
Dated Honolulu, March 1th, 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.
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