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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. II. T, WEDNESDAY. APRIL 16. 1902,
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APItll. It. 1902
there is HIT oni: platform
AND ONLY ONE WHICH UEPl HLl
CANS ARK CALLED UPON TO SI P
POKT WITH STEADFAST INITY
THAT PLATFORM IS Ol'TLINED HY
THE REPI IILICAN ORGANIZATION
ON THAT PLATFORM THE FOI RTII
DISTRICT WAS CARRIED 11Y A
SPLENDID MAJORITY. THERE IS
NO OTHER REPUBLICAN PLAT
Mlrrois In the rhnmbeis of the Su
preme Court Justlits' 'lo see them
selves withal' Out upon such liixui)!
Poet Lnuieate Alfred Austin Is 10
dedicate his foitluomlns volume to.
President Roosevelt Roosevelt Is du
sen Ins f sjmpath).
As the Cuban stiuggle advances tha
Democrats .lie found to be as badly
split up as the Republlians The hope
of making a part) Issue out of the jf
fair Is fast fading awn).
The Intioductlon of tne I'lrc Cl.ilniB
bill bj Delegate Wilcox will aasute the,
measure being well under way In com
mittee when Speil.il Commissioner
Pratt arries on the scene of action
Carter Is suggesting 11 V Dllllng
ham for Oovernoi, This nitloii Is some
what puzzling slntc Carter is said to
h.. ii filend of Dole and Dillingham
has said In unetiulvoial terniB that he
J-Js Mr. Dole a friend .
Alread) Indications aie
which promise well for the icturn ol
better times In Hawaii. A lifting uf
financial clouds In the business section
m tt lie In iitqM nnil the general
tcndeni) toward political unit) Is hav
ing Its good effect In bringing uhoul .1
feeling of confidence In the futuru.
President Roosevelt Is having suth
a pleasant trip through the Soutn thut
It should serve as another lesson tn
Pitchfork Tillman and how 1cm over
the Ilookci Washington Incident The
South knows bow to be courteous and
lefuses to. take up politics when enter
taining the nation's representative.
Oovernoi Dole's continuous attuiks dente of the prosecution was InsuM
upon the courts In the Interviews glv-t,.llt . ,;(.rons. was put on.
n by him m his trip across the cou-i JU(,Ke wkox faM tlmt ,1C ,uls nut
tlnent prove conclusively the Impos- mt ,Pf(M11BI weio eullty
"n:T." AYhHe the Chinaman
I'UIID IUI ...V ,,n.-' -
tlemnatlon of Judges who uie 1'iesl-
denttal appointees Political unit) and
lommercliil progress can be made real
nnd effective by making tne uepuuiuaii
party and the broad principles It stands
for the rnlDIng ground of political ac -
tlvity I'nlty on this basis Is not onl)
I,, .. i i
possible. It Is practical.
The real political woik of the prcs-
cnt time is In the hands of the Terrl -
torlal and District committees The
solid sentiment for party unity should
not be confined alone to Honolulu. It
should be carried to the outside sec
tions In the form of early preparation
for the fall contest It Is none too soon
to begin active woik on thc prelimi
nary cRinass hiough the part)'s
trusted agents. The election In tho
Kouitb showed the party vvorkeis the
weak places In their precincts as well
as thc strongholds Part) lieutenants
In other dlstiicts ought to be put tn
work nt once that the organization may
operate Intelligently and more effec
tive!) when the campaign rush Is ou.
"Yes. I am going to San I'ranelsco In
the Sonoma," kald W O. Smith to u
Bulletin reporter who mentioned hU
booking for the vo)age us posslbl) a
matter of public Interest
Slmlfarly an affirmative answer a
given to the question If Mr. Smith was
going to Washington,
"doing to do politics?" wns then
"No," was the smiling leply, "I nm
not going for my health nor for poli
ties." Mr. Smith assured the reporter that
his en am! to Washington was solely a
private matter of law business related
to land When he had attended to It,
he would return homo tllieetl) .
McGOVERN AND CORUBT I .
New York, April 10. A meeting lias
been arranged between tho managers
of Pugilists McGovein and Young Cor
bett foi the purpose of nrranglng nn
other battle. Tho manager for Me
Govern will leave this city on Sunday
for Cincinnati, where the meeting will
101 UD ROOSEVELT
Washington, April 3 tSpctlnli
ludge OlUieit r Little of llllo
Han all, met the President bv np-
polntmeiit at 12 3i) today Tti
President has requested Little to
meet him fni another confereme
at 10 oiloik Satuid.i) fmenoun
t J H
Thiee ol the Chinese oriented n
the night of the 1th Inst on the i barge
of tnnsplrnt) and who were illsthaig
ed a few da)s later In thu Polite Ccmt
b Ridge Wilcox, were reanested es
tenia) on iTie chsrge ol vagrancy.
The) wire Hang Sul, thu woman who
keeps the biotbel. Kong tee the pur
polled uwnei of the house In which
the uiiinan lives, and Kong Chun, n
Chinaman who was In the lompaii) ot
the other two on the night that the
polite fnadu the raid and found n lot
ut Chinamen on the outside aimed
with pipe sections
The i barge lodged against the three
Chinese was that of vnginncy, and as
on the funnel occasion, tne) were rep
resuitid b) Attorni; lltooks. The
pioietutlon this time was tepresented
l Attorney Robertscm Instead ol
Messrs (1111 & Farley. A plea of not
guilt) was entered In nil the tases and
the thiee ileltndnnts weie tried at the.
Ileputv Sheriff Chllllngworth and Of
fliers Ah On nnd Haumen were the
piluilpal witnesses for the prosei it
Hon Four of tho Chinese who v.ore
Ot the dinner party of the Lung Tons
In the biothel lefened to weic also
Hilled as witnesses for the prosccu
The polite- nil stated that the) saw
Kong Yee tarrying the woman out of
the batk dooi of the house and Ah On
swore posit 1 el) that he heard the man
tell the woman not to be afraid. Ho
Intended to have her taken to town In
a hark He would then return to the
house and "lick them." Ifeputy Slier
Iff Clilllliigwoith stated that he had
seen ihe two male defendants throw
nwa) their Iron pipes and that these
a number of others
dropped bv other See Yups who wore
standing nround on the outside hml
been picked up by the pollic.
There wns nothing whatever In the
evlilince to show that thu men on the
outside contemplated an onslnught on
the unsuspecting Chinese Inside the.
itotite, ultliough the appearance of the
ee Ynps. nrnied with sections or pipe,
would seem to Indicate that tiouhlu
None of the Chinamen In attendant o
at the dinner hud any Idea that theie
was liaim m nut them Onn of the
witnesses stati d that lie had been in
vlted to (be diuiiei and that on his nr
llvul nt the house some one had cried
out from a crowd of Chinese standing
...... ...... them." Ho could not tell
h( g0llniI,.,j tlc , ry ,t ht. wag Buro
It vvas n See Yup voice. He tmmeill
atel) got Into his hack again nnd re
tinned to Town for the 'police.
The argument of the attorney was
very brief. Mr Drunks asking for
discharge tin the ground that the uvl
wiiu hi aid the See Yup volte at thn
house was In town hunting up tho
police theie vvas nothing done on tho
palt f tu, see Yups snld to have been
, u. Jn(, outgllo thc ll0U80 whcn
1 , m
entered the house tne Lung Toos
were In the midst of their dinner and
"" np botheilng them He fouml
the defendants not guilty and dis
REV. UK. SJEBBiNS DEAD
San rianclsto. Apill 10 Rev Dr.
Horatio Slibblns. one of the foiemost
Unltailans In America and foi mute
than tlilrt) -live- jciiih pnstor of the
First I'nltiirlau c Inn. h of Kan 1'iau.
Cisco tiled at his home In CambililKe,
Mass nt 10 30 o'clock Tuesdii) night ul
the nge of 79
Ills dentil was not iinexpetted as he
had almost expired of heart trouble In
San I'raticlsco about Christmas time ol
ISM He hud been feeble in his gast
rin home all this last vvlniei ami had
I been reported In n critical condition
more than a fmtnlght ngo although he
was mentall). nleit to the lust
MRS STANFORD HERE
Amout; the aiilnls In tlio Slona la
Mi's JniiH L Stanford, the widow of
Sena,(. 1-(,laIlll BtBnfoBl, wh0 u y.e
known all uvei 'lie wfuld foi nei giu-
crous donations to Institutions of
learning, among them being pilnilualU'
the unlveislty In Cnllfomla vvfilch
bears tho namo of her son Mrs Stan
ford Is nt piesent ut the Moann llolul,
vhciu she Is lestlug alter the trip
She Intends to lemnln hero for n con
pie of weens She has not ns )et de
elded whether she will go on to Japan
nr back to Ban Finnclsco upon leuvlug
New York, Apill 10. ARrfd Austin,
the putt laureate, dedicates the Amer
lean edition of his forthcoming volume
of poems lo President Roosevelt, says
: London dispatch to the Amcilcan
The volume will contain n preface
addressed to the American people.
BOAUD OF HEALTH REPORT
REYNOLDS AND DR. OLIYER
(Continued tiom pane 1.)
mutilations set fortn In the foregoing
report As there Is a dliferenee ot
oilnlmi In regard to the measures nee
essar) to be talitn. It has been thought
best that each member should ex
press his views In a supplemenM io
por. ATTORNEY GENERAL, DOLE
AND DR. W. L, MOOR7
We have tiled to reconcile oui con
sciences to n lecotnmendntloii that Ml
Rtvnolds nnd Dr. Oliver be tensmed
and letnincd. We cannot do it-
While wo gladly beai testimony to
Mi Re) nolds' uprlgH character and
to) al services, his neglect on this ot
tnslun was Inexcusable or worse, and
will we believe, so shako public eonf!
dente In his admlnlstiutlon of the lep
ci settlement, and so weaken Ills In
Hue in e nnd nutliorlty there, as to make
a thange of superintendents unavold
able In tho near future. Wo think
his resignation, tendered some months
ngo, should he accepted, to tnko effect
on the appointment of his successor,
We think thu evidence proves thnt
on man) occnslons Dr Oliver hns
sunmefull) neglected his duties and
thnt thu Inteiests of humanity demnnd
Respcctfull) sulunled this llth day
of April, 1902.
(Signed) E. P. DOLE.
W L. MOORE.
OF DR. J. S. B. PRATT.
I ngii e with the supplemental report
of the majorit) of the committee in re
itaiil to the case of Dr Oliver, but am
unable to do so in the case of Mr Rey
nolds. While I tonslder that he com
milled n grnve mistake In not remov
lug Mlklln, when requested to do so
b) the meillcnl superintendent of tho
settlement. I do not tonslder that his
not doing so Is sufficient cause to call
for his leslgnntloii.
Respcctfull) submitted this llth day
of April 100.'.
(Signed) J S B. PRATT
It Is b .lined fiom most uutlieiitlt
souites tlint nil the paitles contciA.il
ale tndi avoiliig to effect an amicable
senium nt or the claim tit Mrs Klleu
MtCull) lllggliis ngalnst the Walktkl
Land nnd l.o.ni Association and the
trustees of the Queen's Hospital.
It will be leiuembt led that thu
complainant biought a bl,. In cu.ulty
to letovei ICO.OOU loaned b) the
Queen's ilu'.tul t hei mtoriiey in
fact, but without her knowlulge nnd
never net minted for to her, nlso tc
compel (be surientler by the Queen's
HosplfM of the moitgnge for $Uu.iiou
made to her Ii) the Walkikl Land and
Ltian Assot latton nnd held on usslgn
ment of hei attoiney In fatt, by tlis
hsil(al trustees, again without her
(.onscnt, us stturity for the ICiiijiin
The bill wns dismissed b) Judge
Humpbie)K without prejiidlte to an)
further prott tilings Mis McCull) Hlg
gins might tnke In cause ,i transpired
In the tilal thnt the trustees of tl.o
Oueen's Homittiil wtie not nt Itast
tet hnlt all) In n position of Ignoiance
relative to the Inside nntiiie t.r lh(
loan tinnhiiLtlon. Twi of tho trus
tc.es. Messrs. Watcrhouso and Wood
aie mcmbeis of the firm In whose of
lice the tinnsactlon wns tousummatcil
BASED VLL SATURDAY
The baseball game which will be
pla)ed lot the benefit of the Mi Kin
e) Memuilal fund ou Sntiirdn) alter
noon of this week bids full lo he n
grout suet ess. 'Ihe two contenting
teams the Custom House ami the Ho
nolillu Athltllt ('lull tenuis nio loth
putting In good pint tlce nnd the guino
promises to be n vei) Intel estlng one
The Custom House team lias the icpu
tatlon or being well nigh Invlntlhlu,
but ns the II A C bo)s aie putting
In some good prat tit o It Is hoped thut
the game will be far fiom n out' shied
affair The lineup of the Custom
House team III be as follows I'lttle
er Klvva tatcher (human. Ilrst 1 use
Heanlou; setnntl base, Nowell, thlid
base Rlston, sboit stop, Moore, left
llelil (In), tentei Held lloweif and
light field. Tutktr Substitutes H.
Stiateme)er and C Raven. The II.
A C. team's Hue up Is us )ct not tiilte
The gamt) will begin at 3 u'tlntk
ahaip Sntiirday afternoon
Aftei tho gnme Is over. Piof. John
I.eonaid will make a balloon ascension
mid n parachute Jump from the eleva
Hon of line half a mile Tho Rapid
Tinnslt will run extin cam to actom
inodate thc tiovvds Tickets for thn
gnme whlih will ho plnced on sale
soon will tost 25 cents nplute,
FREDERICK VVARD COMING
Wm W Randall ndvnnte ugent for
the Frederick1 Waul Compaii). unlved
li the Sierra He Is prepailng foi Ihf
opening of a thiee weeks' season to bt
gin Ma) S with Vliglnlus The corn
pan) will an he In the Sonoma Thl
promises one of tile hist thcatilcal
seasons Honolulu has had In mum
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents jv
a collection of
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Pretty ncaily cver)thing that )ou
can llilnli of in the harness line Is in
clude il In oui big display.
Kvcry harness wo sell Is a bargain,
nnd wo Bell all kinds from light track
indroad to heavy coach and team
I arncss. From no one else can you
get the harness value wo give )ou.
Sole Agents J. A. McKerron's fins
Harness and Horse Boots.
C. F. Herrick
125 Merchant St., next
Chnileston S (' Apill S The 1 all
quel tcndeied to Piesldent RoogH.vi.lt
at the Chnileston Ifotel wus a ilttlni.'
clone- lo a dav full or Intldeuts and
served to gather together men proiiu
n''111 '" '' attaitK r !5,a,u llaUnR
'" "' "'Hd a gieellng to tne nesi
. "Jcilt width would riovt- the slnt(lit)
nnd waiiulh ol feeling existing for lilm
is thc thief executive ol thu .Nation
Thu banquet ball was u bower of
niHLK pinks mid smilax ni t lulu all)
ariauged while lnnsel) sticwn over
the tnbles weie thousunds of violets,
Over 8uu specially Invited guests were
Majni Smyth weltomtd Piesldent
Roosevelt to Charleston, and thu Pres
ideut's ic-iponse was listened to with
the t losest attention ami wus Inter
rupted b) loud und tontlnued applause
Thn 1'ieslilcnt bbM. "Ml Mii)or
ami )ou my hosts und ui) lellow
Aineilinu iltleus I should be III
It ed but a poor Amcilitin m) self If I
,tie not ileupl) tuui lied and giutlfled
0) the via) )ou have gieeted me lo
dav in this, )our beaiillful tit), and of
'oilli-e I feel at homo heie I think
that ail) American who Is win III his
suit has thu light to foul at hom In
oveiy pait or the United btutts
"Aioiiuil the table I Bt e mail) intui
who took puil In tho gnat win The
win In whlibjho )omigfi among us
here look part was u vei) little one
bit Huso It did not have to be mi) lU
gei Hut It hud onn thoioughl) goud
effett; it put the tap on tho stimuli.)
that hns been building while wc wore
almost unconscious of it, und it taught
us how thoinughly onu we mu When
we got through that wm it dhl not
make n nit of tllffeitncc to us w bethel
It was uu Atlmlinl who tame fiom Yur
moot oi a Lieutenant who eniue fiom
Alabama if the man had done his duty
In such sbupu as to iiiul.u us i ac h leel
l moei geneious tlulll of piide in our
common natlouallt) The debt that wti
vived him had little to do with 111-
set lion fiom which he came.
"And now u spitlal vvoid to jon o'
Cbuileston anil of .South Caioilna
nisi tvvilve veais ngo when I Hist
went to WiihIiIuMoii to take pint In
(iov eminent vviiik I was liumcillalcl)
thiowu Into sliigulaily closo toutncl
and Intimacy with a South Caiollulan
It va my good foi tune to woik with
him lor thiee )cnis und foi the l'lur
years since and for us long as I shall
"nutlnuc to be In public Hie It will bt
o me evei n spin to tl to do detent
of Life and Scenes
ill SAMOA, HAWAII
and JAPAN by - -THEODORE
is now on exhibition at the ART
ROOMS of the PACIFIC HARDWARE
CO,, Ltd , daily from 9 a,mto4 p.m.
to Stnngenwnld Building.
Juty foi the Repuhll', because- 1 have
been thiovvn Intlmntel) In coutnet wltl
ns feailess and as high minded a pub
He sen ant as ihls toiinti) bus evei
hnd. in) old f i lend, jour furmci (luv
iino, Hugh Thompson
'And iiom what 1 have known of )ou
nnil oui lepreseututives It was in no
sense' u hiirpiise, but It vvas u keen
lileasuie to bo gieettd wltli thu heart)
nnd gentious hospltalil) the mule
than heiut) nnd fciMieious hospltallt) I
-which )ou hnve shown me tuduv I
Ami. gentlemen 1 wns vei) glad
that In at ranging lor )om exposition!
Jon not onl) took in (no Southern'
Stutes but thai )ou wpeciull) Included
ii'ie IsIiiiiiIh ivlng to the south ot thn
United Stutes, those inlands with
which the events ol the last fuvv
)caia have made It evident wo am
bound In the luluia to luive tlosei il-
latlous. Closei lelatlons foi out ad
vantage can onl) be seemed b) mnk
lug It Ui their ndvantngo ulsu And.
above all, (hut which 1 have said np
plies lo the greatest and lit best of
those Islands, the island with which
we have been brought Into the most
peiullni Intimacy and relationship
tne Island of Cuba and I ask that In
out tindu lelatlons with Cuba we glv
hei a inniked and substantial udvau
tage. not nieiely because' It will io
duiuiil to oui Intel est to do bo, nl
though (but also Is tine, htu 1 usk it
espotlull) bemuse events hnve so
shaped themselves thut it Is our duty
I shall not tiy to make joii an) speech
iiiitikht lieenuse for your sins, joii will
liave to listen to tne make one tomoi
tow I shall meiel) thank vou ncnln
wltli all in) heuit, und sny to jou that
I want )ou to iipiueilnte rtfat I menu
ei) wind I sav and mean It tie. ply
when I tt-II )ou I have been touched,
ninie t hun pleased touched and stir
ted by the warmth and heartiness
with vvl.lt h )ou have made me feel to
la) that I anl one of jou."
Tho I'lt-slilent was ,!;ovveil by Oov-
einor McSweeney. who picfntfd his
piepaied speeth Ii) a few wonls In
vvlilt h he iissuiod tho Piesldent Hint
be as as snft fiom heiSlly haim In
South Cuiolluii us ha was In Wnshlna
I'tople ol the tit) weie uwiikened
lust night ut about lu JO u cluck U a
vol) heav) blast fiom the dlletlloii ol
the Bishop wlinil It vvas thought b)
a gieut man) that theiu was an eailh
iiuiihe lu oidei TliO fouo was tell
tin out ou the Plulns.
The (llohe Navigation Compan)-1'!
sieumei Tuniplco sailed fiom Hleeln
Kiiiinl at 2 .10 o'clock )esteidn) after
noon with Ifl.OuO bags of sugai for
Kahulul to complete hei niigo foi San
l'i .uu 1st u
Agents, Brokers and Jobbers.
W.G. Irwin & Co. 'BISHOP & CO.
AOCNTS FOR I
Western Sugar Refinery Company of
San Francisco. i
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Phlla
ueinmn. nt . u o. j. i nr
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National)
Cane Shredder),New orli,
N, Ohlandt Ac Co.'s Chemical rertlll-
Alex. Cross & Sons' high grado Fcnl
llzcrs for Cane and Coffee. 1
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE: '
Parafllne Pnlnt Co.'s P.& B. Paints and
Papers: Lucol nnd Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled.
'"iVoVr,''' "" Pa'nt)' '" """ '
F"tCnHnwr Cl0tllCS CemC"1, Um! " i
CASTLES COOKE, Ltd
nmm SS (111 MfirCnan S
The Cwa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co; Ltd.
Tho Kohala Sugar Co.
Tho Walmca Sugar Mill Co.
Tho Pulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo
The Standard Oil Co.
The Ceo. I'. Ulako Steam Pumps.
visions hemr..uSu. !
mo incw i.ngianu cue insurance cu. ,
of lloston. ..,,'
The Aetna K.ro Ins. Co. of Haitford.,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN Ltd
, wiw v)iivvnvi Wills Us ITWin
.,MT,M.Sto Spreckels & Co.
J. D. Castle First Vice President ,
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Pres,
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. 11. Carter Auditor
Sngar Fsciors and
-Commission Agents ,
AOKNTS lor Hawaiian Commercial i'tlonel Bank.
Sugar Co.. Hulku Sugar Co , Pala Plan-' Chicago Merchants' National Bank,
tatlon Co., Nahlku Sugar Co , Klhel I Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Plantation Co. Hawaiian Sugar Co.,1 Berlin Dresdner Bank.
Kahulul Railroad Co, and Hongkong and Yokohama Hong-
kong-Shanghal Banking Corporation
The California and Oriental S. S. Co0NN'ewwzzeaaiannd'nd Au,,ra,u " Da,,k
' Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
WlTI U IrWIll V. RlT DeposltseceWe'd.Losns made m
Illlll Ul II lllll W UU approved security. Commercial anl
Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Manager
Clans Spreckels Vice President
W. M. Olffnrd.. Second Vice President
II. M. Whitney Jr.....Treas. and Sec
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AOCNTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OP SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
LIFE and FIRE
Insurance - Agents
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN -
surance co. of boston.
AETNA FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY OF HARTFORD.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co, Ookala ,
Sugar Plant. Co , Onomea Sugar Co .
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co.
Makce Sugar Co.Haleakala Ranch Co
Tho Planters' Lino of San Francisco
Packets. Chas. Brewer &, Co.'s Line of
LIST OF OrFICERS:
C. M. Cooke, President; George
itobcitson, Manager; u. F. Bishop
Treasurer and Serretary; Col. W. F.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Wa
terhouse nnd Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO,,
Tho Lancashire Insurance Co.
Tho Baloise Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
Oenernl Manager of -
THE EQUITABLE LIFE '
Of tho United States for the '
Hawaiian Islands.... i
OFFICE, Merchant Street, Honolulu.
KAAHUMANU STRET. ,
Design 7our own ledgers, cash
looks, etc. If you pro undecided, we
vlll help you. That Is In our line and
ho PRICE IS RiailT, at the EVEN
BatubllHhcd In I8S8.
Transact business In all departments
collections carefully attended to.
Exchange bought and sold.
Commercial and Travelers' Letters
of Credit Issued on The Uank of Call
fornla and N. M. .Rothschild & Sons,
Correspondents The Bank of Call-
fornla, Commercial Banking Co. of
Sydney, Ltd , London.
Dralts and cable transfers on China
RnJ Japan through the Hongkong A
cK nM? 1XSSL and'
Cb"t allowed en 'term deposits at
the following rates per annum, vlt.
Seven days' notice, at x per cent.
Three months, at it per cent.
months, at 3 i-z oer ceri.
e months, at 4 per cent.
Art as Trustees under mortgages.
. M jage estates (real and personal),
Collect rents and dividends.
Valuable papers, Will. Bonds, etc,.
' reeMvptt fnr enfn.lrn.nlnp
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Auditors for Corporations and Pri
Rooks examined and reported on.
Statements of Affairs prepared.
Trustees on Bankrupt or Insolvent
OFFICE, 924 DETHEL STREET.
Deposits received and Interest al.
lowed at 4 1-2 per cent per tnnum. in
accordance wlh Rules and Heiula.
tons. conies of whle.. mar h. nMio,4
flllL, MMteilNt LIFE, ACCIDEN1
AND EMPLOYERS' LIA3II.ITY IN.
Insurance Office, 924 Bethel Street.
"Man Rnrsrlal Ui rr l..i.
8n Francisco Agents The Ne
vada National Bank of San Francisco.
tn Francisco Tke NevAdt, N
tlonal Bank of San Francisco.
London The Union Bank ot Lou-
Aflinrlf-nn PTrhanffA K'a.
iTaveiers' Credits Issued. Bills of Ex
change bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
Pioneer Building and Loan
A88ET8, JUNE Scl, 1801, W0.04J37.
Honey loaned on approved security.
I A Saving Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on the monthly Install-
I ment plan.
! Twenty-third Series Astock Is cw
i opened. s?
I OFFICEnS-J. L. McLean, Presl-
'dent; A. A. Wilder, Vice President;
C. B. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear,
DIRECTORS J. L. McLean. A.
A. Wilder. A. V. Gear. C. B. Gray,
J. D. Holt, A. W. Kecch, J. A. Ly'o,
Jr., J. M. Little, 11. S. Boyd.
, A. V. GEAR,
I Office Hours: IZ;30 1;30 p. m.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Ten 24.000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 18.000 ON)
Reserved Fund .... Yen 8,710,000
HEAD OFFICE. YOKtilliMA
The Bank buyB and receives for col-
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
land Letters of Credit, and transacts a
I general banking business.
On Fixed Per cent
Deposit. Per annum.
For 12 months 4
For 6 months H
For 3 months 3
Branch ot the Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., Ill King Street
AT HAMOA, MAUI. '
Mill Machinery, complete or In part,
consisting of ouo 30"M,0" 5 roller mill,
II. I. Wks. make, Putnam Engine,
Vac. Pan, Double Effects, Clarltlers,
Centrifugals, Vac. Pumps, etc., etc
Parcels of land, Interest In llul
Lands, Houses, Work Animals, Carts,
Harness, Plows, Tools of all sorts
For particulars, apply to MR J R.
MYERS, Manager, at Hamna, Maul or
to C. BREWER & COMPANY, f.TD,
Dated Honolulu, March 1th, 1902.
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin Is the largest and best pub
lished In the Territory. Sixteen ard
twenty panes. SI a year.
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