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CVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. II. T.. THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1902.
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APRIL 24 190J
The Advertiser Is never so happy
ha when hi aping ImprcintloiiB on men
uf huncst prlnclph s
Che in plners think tlu sec many
hnpp) dn)s nlieart b) proving that
tl.tlr tlcke-ls aie merol) btia souvr-
The Chinese snllor clause bids fair
tn be the Senatorial reef on which the
Mitchell Kahn bill will be wrecked
c;irl In Its enreer
h not n silk Industr) ' Hawaii
lus all the qualifications of cllmato
AH that Is required Is a fair amount
of real energ) behind the proposition
The wnteifront humorist does not
si nn to he pleased with the nppllca
t'on of American law to the ships ar
riving at this port This, however
w!l. not affect the administration of
Federal law li I Veil ml officials of this
pi rt cm the basis that Amei lean law
Is common Justlcu,
Governor Dole Is strongly and tin
tiuallnedl) In favor or letting the Ma
wnllnn franchise remain as It Is Ad
Sinn when' Governor Dole father
ed a cnafl of the Organic Act placing
not miicntlonal iiuallfleatlrns on the
fiamhlsu but propert) qualifications.
Jed ii Hush ns the agent or repre
(tentative of what the Advertiser Is
1 leased to term the "Bulletin crowd"
jrmoKi'n quite as much mirth ns
John Hush and his William Cullen
Urnnt There seems to be no end ta
tho pipe dnams the Dole organ enn
i luster to further Its eampilgn ol
pujudlcc nnd hatred
Hartford. Conn has elected n mcr
cnutllc clerk to the position of iru)or
ns n result of the labor vote. These
(Hies with llildlei sinker and clerk
l-iujurs nre llmllng mil that the It laws
me as well and sometimes better nd
lrmlstered than when the nrst faml
His held swu) Notwithstanding the
Ineieaslng power and attempted doiu
Ii ation or the Almighty Dollar the
American people have not gone en
tirely astray from first prlnclpb-s
The Advertiser comes out this mora
lug on Just the line uT attack that wns
expected and which ma) further be
expected to Im reuse In bitterness nnd
malice as political operations begin to
t.ike mure positive shape Basing its
rttaek on a foolish canard regarding
Jc hn E Hush nnd his supposed rcla
lions with the uncalled Bulletin crowd,
the Advertiser strives to align tho Ha
vidian American vote against Amerl
inn's who have mailo this Tenitory
their liome The stiuggle to stir up
p.ejiiillcc ngnlnst Americans Is quail
lied by tho statement that only such
i.ew comers as follow Thurston nnd
his factional Interests ate to be creel
lied with Integrity.
This Is tho first result of tho en
dwsement of tho Doiu administration
rna establishes hc)ond peradvciiture
of a doubt what Interpretation Is
1 Ineed on tho President by tho fac
tional leaders he has upheld Tho
Dole organ Is meiely carrying out with
it creased spite what It has alwa)s
slood for prejudice, dishonesty.
in tills connection it is intcrestlyg
id iioio enu mow lecem puiiiic nil
mice mado by President Hooscvelt in
his tour through the South Adi'ress
ing the people of Charleston South
Csrollna, he said:
"It Is to me a peculiar privilege to
s.iealc hero in your beautiful city My
irother'a peoplo were from flcorgln.
but before they came to Georgia, be
lt re tho Revolution In tho days of co
Icutlal rule, they dwelt for nearly a
ccntur) In South Carolina, nnd there
fore I can claim )our Stnto as lnino
by Inheritance no less than by the
stronger and nobler right which
makes each foot of American coll In
,- sense the property of all Ameri
cans." Though Roosevelt has endorsed a
campaign of prejudice, has endorsed
the wholesale attack upon tho Integ
iity of Am?! lean citizens In Hawaii, It
docs not appear tnat ho cares to ques
tion, In his addresses to the people,
the well recognized prlnclplo that
Anerlcan rights and American Inlcg
Ut j should be equally respected and
safeguarded In every State or Terri
tory of tlio United States. He declar
ed against the appeal to prejudice
when again In his address he said
Our laws must bo wise, sane,
liMlthy, conceived In tho spirit of
those who stom tho mere agitator,
I lie mere Inciter of class or sectional
hatred; who wish Justice for all men;
ho recognize Die need of ndherlng so
fnr as possible to the old American
doctrine of giving the widest poislblo
sinpo for the fiee exercise of Individ
nal Initiative '
I Is plain fiom the Advertiser's cdl
f lal response to the President's en
ricrscment of Governor Dole that he
has Indeed nppruved a policy which
hus the Inciting of class and sectional,
as well ns lace, lint red as Its chief po
litical motive power and aim He has
endorsed n policy which does not wlsli
J .slice for all men and does not rec
ognize the need of adhering so fnr as
inrslblc to the old American doctrine.
The Advertiser Is the generally rocog
imd nnd accepted organ of tho policy
re President has upheld In unequivo
cal tum Tho l'rcslilcnt mny be
crrdlted with spending honestly when
rddresslng the people. He has only
to read the utterances of tho Dolo or
Ctii to appreciate how thoroughly at
variance with the principles he Is sup
pi ed to atnml Fur Is the political and
administrative polk) nc has given tin
ci nllfled "respect and support."
RIG AND WMAU. PAIJMI1H8,
If Director Jared Smith oi the Agr!
cultural Experiment Station can help
the big farmers In ilnwnll to save
meney In the cultivation of their
eiops and can show the little farmers
how to destio) tho Insects that ruin
tl.dts, then the Ttlrector will be en
titled to a monument on the top of
In regard to the big farmers of the
Terrltoi) of Hawaii, Director Smith
suggests "inoio careful handling, bet
ter cultivation, conservation of the
litigation water, and n more skillful
lertilizatlon of tho soils In order to
Mime mote economic results In the
pioiluctloii of sugar. Ho also sa)s
tl at "sugnr planters nre prone ta Ig
nore these factors ami to nscrlbo all of
tnelr benefits to cheap labor"
The principal factors in every p'an
ti flop's expense a count nro compos
id of labor, tnzei, fixed. charges such
as Interest on bonds repairs, material,
r lights and fertilizers Theso will
crnstitutc more than hovcnt)-flvo per
ci ut of the total cost of the production
of sugar, labor alone being fully fltty
I cent. Taking the subject of cul
tivation, this is now be Ing more thor
ough!) done than ever It was. The
hind Is plowed cross plowed and well
burrowed Then it Is cuTi'ivatcd time
and again until the plant cane has be
c eme high enough to check the growth
of weeds Subsequently hand cultiva
tion Is practised. Tho cost and net re
su'ts from every Hem of cane nie care-
lull) kept so that eompailsons can be
i ade )car li )car on the snmo and
villi different fields where", perhaps,
experiments nre made with Innova
t!i ns. changes nnd new methods
It Is in fertilization, however, that
plnnteiB exercise tho gieate-st possible
Ji dgmeiit Twenty )eais ngo Its need
wns being experienced Samples of
mII I'lom different plantations weio
tent to encmlsts in llieslutcs ror ana i
lfls and fertilizers were ordered on i
the- basis or their I ports This was not
altogether satisfactory for one planta
tlnn has mail) vnilctlcH of soli and a
Krtlllzei suitable for one locallt) ma)
he positive!) Injurious In auothei
Again unsatisfactory lesults were oh
tnlnid thiough the advent of ngmtsof
te rllllzer companies who came to the
n 'anils with "Just what wns needed '
In tho sliupo of special!) piepared fer
t lizers that, as often ns not, wore
harmful and, moie often thnn not, to
Milted In a simple wnsto of money
J"nall) tho permanent cmploj meiit of
c ipablo ehcmlstu was found to he com
pillory anil theii most Important du
t'i-. today consist In the c militant test
Ing and re tchtlng of soils fiom ever)
plantation field ami fiom t,eveial raits
of n field. Tills work has been pro
giesslng nearly ten )eam The plan
tatlnns now make nut theli own pres
rrlptlons fur fertilizers und bit) on a
guaranteed anal) sis, tho test of the
fertilizer being made by the planters
v ho know that they are getting what
the) order and what they believe they
I'lauteis, however, do not claim to
1 e Infallible What they aro now do
ill Is tho result of )ears of experience
becked by tho natural deslro to secure
the best possible ret urine for tho
lntgo sums of mono) which they have
Invested In tho sugar business That
somo benefits have nc tilled from their
efforts and from tho greater attention
laid In tho last decade to cultivation
i ml feitlllzatlnn. Is shown by planta
Hon returns of tho yield of sugar
which have Increased from three and
five tons to the acre up to eight and
oven eleven tons Still better results
mny bo possible and at less cost It
fci planters want to know It and they
III undoubtedly recclvo with open
aims nny nnd all .feasible suggestions
that Director Smith can submit to
them for making piaetlcnl tests on n
lurgci Sealo than Is possible nt tho ex
pe ilmental station Tho conservation of
tho water for irrigation is an exceed
liikly costly process but most wonder
iiii piogicss nas ueen mauo in tins ro-
s ect with lesults that havo, generally,
been correspondingly satisfactory.
Competition among lrelglit carriers
Lab become more keen iccently with
a reduction In rates. Moreover, the
limiting of sugar nt plantations direct
to market will tend to slightly mini
m'zo the gross cost of sugnr produc
Director Smith suggests tho creation
r,t n soil map for the Islands ns an In
d cntor to tho gnlnTi farmer of tho re
gions to which different crops would
be best suited. This Is a good Idea
the only dllllcuHy being that soils are
sometimes wnsiicd from one section to
nt, other by tho Intensely heavy trop
ical downpours that occur periodical
ly. the nature of tho soil In n enne
Meld being periodically changed to n
gicntcr or less degree Hawaii pos
sesses a range of soil and cllmato tnat
a'lould enable us to produce an almost
ei dless variety of tho small farmer's
crops Whether their quality will be
such as to command n ready sale at
palng prices is tho commercial end
of tho venture Hint Is considered both
b the capital and labor engaged In
Ph enterprise Undoubtedly Director
Smith can do much by his (nvcstlga
fens to bring this ribout. If he can he
will deservo tho thanks of every big
end little farmer In the community ns
well as of biiRlneBS men.
FOLLY OP INTFMPHItATE
Dcs Moines Capital
"Hut let jour communication be
Yen, )ca, nnv nay, for whatsoever
Is more than theso ronioth of evil"
The words quoted will be rccognlred
as nn excerpt from the mcinotablc ser
mon on the mount that comprehen
sive, eloquent and Impressive dis
course, delivered from a pulpit reared
by nature's hand, with no roof above
rave the vaulted skies, and before nn
audience which Is described as "t!i
The words refer to a weakness tn
which mankind was evidently much
given at the time the) were utteied a
weakness which does not seem to have
diminished with the passing of nine
teen centuries of time. Said the Great
Preacher to Ills audience "Ye have
heard that It hath been snld b) them of
old time. Thou shnlt not forswear th)
Belf, hut shall perform unto the Lord
"Hut I sa) unto ou Swear uot at
all, neither by heaven, foi It Ik God'i
"Nor by the enith, for It Is Ills
footstool, neither by Jerusalem, for
it Is the clt) of the great king, .
"Neither shnlt thou swear b) th)
head, bci.iiise thou canst nut make one
"But let )oiir communication be,
Yea jcii, nay n.iv for whatsoever Is
more than these c mucin of evil "
It requite 8 hut a brief reflet Hon
upon these words to readily kcc what
n light and lltcinl adhcienic to the
lule contained therein would have
upon spoken oi willtcu Intercom cc be
tween men What would becomo of
the man or woman fiom whose lips
the words are wont to come In a poly-i
ti) liable profusion like rain from tlicj
clouds lu summer or us teais from the(
oellils start' What a sweeping awn)
of adjectives from the pages of our
massive tilt titularies would take place'
L'lider such a leglmc the piofesslonnl
llnqulst would certain!) awake to find
his occupation gone.
The Sailor Himself piacllccd what
He preached There uie no superflu
ous words in the sermon on the mount
The mn.it consummate rhetorical iiltk
has never )ct been able to point out
aught that K.ivored either of Mutolcgy
oi of .imhlgiilt) in all time he ever said
I.Ike the life which Ho lived, the limits
whh h lie spake constituted u model
, in all tlmo
llowcvei it is not om puipuso to
i make a nlcii foi u too lltcial uillierenee
to the doc trine of the text We are not
puisiiuiUd that such a thought wns In
the mind of thu'l'reaehii v ho uttered
the wnrcl3 We me disposed to be
lieve that He hud lu mind the evil of
swcaiing nn evil wiilili obtains to
tuch u large extent lu the woild toda)
In that wondciful law announced amid
the tlinnikifl und smoke of Sinai ages
ago tlio command was given "Thou
shult not take the n line of the Lord,
th) Rod, In vnln, foi the I.oid will not
inuke his guiltless who tuketh Ills
mime lu vain "
Wc have often woudeied whj It to
that In u moment of anger or dlsplcus
ui e the (list Impulse is to uttei uu im
pieeation v Ii Is It so natural to
bclzc upon a sac ml name the lump or
One foi whom even the incut Indlffei
enl und unthinking uie pi one to have
liniments of solemn reveience' There
Is piobabl) but one auswei, and Unit is
that the Impulse is simply one pctullai
manifestation of Hint nattne which it
Is Impossible foi Unite whilom tu fa
thom Hut as Divinity nevei mm
muniled thnt we itfijln fiom doing
something which we aie Incapable of
keeping from doing, the evil Impulses
of tun iiatuiu cannot bo ucfepJcd as a
plea of mitigation We mo lesponslblc
foi out wuiels and will not be held
guiltless for that which we suy
Within the past few days the pie si
dispatches) havo told tbe Btor) of one
John Kell) of Hultlmiue who, while
Intuxlcnltd, uu sod his wlf In a most
lilasplu moils and blood-curdling man
ncr In tho midst of his aw till lan
guage he Biiddonl) clinked tried to
spcuk, hut his voh e vtas gone lie had
been stiieken dumb 'I he man huleCH
today that this condition has come
upon him as a penalty foi the blas
phemous utterances to which lie bed
Sumo peoplo will declare Hint Kelly
was fdmpl) the victim of a pai.il)tte
stiole Others will bo equally eon
vlnced Hint the affliction tamo us n ill
icit visitation from the hand of an
offended Deity Readers of those Hum
ate at llbei t) to fiiim their own conclu
sions Ordinal y bw earing Is bad
i Blasphemy Is wuisc Ho
who Indulges In It adds neither force
for elegance to that which ho under
takes to sty Said tho wlso man
"Wen ds fill) Bpoken nro like apples oi
"gold In pictures of silver" With such
an Ideal lu mind It will uot bo nlto-
fc.etiler .nnitult to avoid tlio folly of lu
I temperate speech.
a collection of
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
tf " V
Pretty nearly ever) tiling that )ou
can think of lu the hnrness lino Is In
cluded In our big display.
Every harness we sell Is n bargain,
and we bcII all kinds from light track
Hiulroad to heavy coach and team
I arness. From no ono clso can )ou
get the harness value wo glvo )ou.
Sole Agents J. A. McKerron's fins
Harness and Horse Boots.
123 Merchant 8t.
HARD SUGAR FIGHT
Hie beet sugar Republicans are re
ported to be In a not altogether agree
able frame of mind, b.ijh the Washing
The Republican Icideis vliu oppfited
u reduction of duties on Cuban Imports
decided ut the last to stand nut to the
end and die for pilndple if need lie
The) ill i I.H nl in favoi of lelief for
Cuba. In favor of lecliuocltv but a
form of icclproclt) that was to Involve
u taiiff induction on the pait of fiihi
and a rebate of duties on the pirt ot
the United Mutes The) refused mm-1
Illumine on .Hi) basis involving a sin-
rcndci of the one gland principle In
the language of t'eiligiessmun Dick of
Ohio, the) dcilnii'd that siuh a sin-
lender might cause Democrats tu p.ua-1
phrase Republican doctrine lu the fol
lowing winds 1'ieo tiade fui the
fanner, protectluu for the trusts."
Since tin- beet sugu men wciu tin
) killing and slnte the'Vays ami Meant
Republlcuiib having them at thcii mei
c), dctei mined notwithstanding, lu
make' some Kiciillces In the name ut
hunnoii), the) compromised with
thcmselvcH b) limiting the operation
of the 2(1 per tent rcdiiition plan llnal
1) adopted until December 1, 1902. when
the results of the icccut lliussels con
teieuii- uie to ralso the pi It is of sugai
and n.uui.ill) tulve the tiueitlon bo fin
us It i nut ci us Cuba.
When the light between the beet su
gur und the Wn)a and Means Repub
licans l)i ht luokeuut III the House, and
when the fuiiner (list rend the signs of
piospectlve defeat theie was much
loud talk and man) tiueats wcic ut
teied It una uuuoiiiued that even if
defeated in ltepiibllcuu lunfeieuee, the
fight would bu taken to the llooi of the
The but sugai run have thieatenci!
to Join witli the Demociats tn defeat
tho adoption of mi) mle, t-o that the
Cuban bill would havo to take its
chances on the floor. In that event ef
forts would be made to load It down
with amendments looking to tariff revi
sion geuHiall) Republicans with the
Ideas uf Ilabiock of Wisconsin would
li.uke it the vehicle for turlff legisla
tion agaliibt the steel trust, Cnlifoinlu
Republicans, Just defeated In contin
ence, would endeuvoi to get at some of
the piciteued Interests of the East
Tho Demon am would assist ehcei
full) In the proceedings, noi would the
beet sugai men dealst, 113 the) an
noiiui-ed nt one loufeience cvtn it the
.Macedonian cr) should r up from the
high tin Iff bicthren Whether the)
will -nuko pood all tin no tiueats I3 an
other matter Tho Wn)s nnd Mcuni
men tie it them lathei IlKhtly Tho
p.ut) will)) icduieil a hostile beet ma
Joilty intci snbmlBihe follow 1 1 b of
Hpcuker Henileison and tho Houso
leadeis, leaving but thlrty-ono Republi
cans ut tho last ditch lust night Tho
Itade-is piofcss to believe that tho
thlrt)-ono will greatly shrink and fudo
There have been words of warning
from the Senate side of tho Capitol not
to carr) the light to extremes
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., dally from9a.mto4p.nl.
next to Stnnfjcnwnld Building.
even should the House insurgents ni
slst In the passage of a mensuic which
the high tariff men might look upon ns
a monstroslt) It will be whittled back
Into shape on the Senate side But on
of the important lesults of tho sklinilsh
will prolubl) lie the beginning of u
tariff revision agitation lu mini)' of the
States, whlrh mn) make uecishar) a
levislon of p.ut) Items nnd a rewrit
ing of part) pl.itfoims.
It Is nun no Icingei the purpose uf
the Republican lenders tn have the bill
j accompanied b) any mle whatever As
" levtuiie lne.isuie It mines up .villi
mlt u "" A mle to pieveal umenil
nunls the V.i)s and Means pi ople sa)
"III In- unnecessai) bemuse the Speak
f will hold thnt no nmciitlnicntt, ex
'ept those htiletl) geimane will he nd
mlttcd for consideration Hewllliule
111 ' "relci ail) attempt tu open tin
iiucstlon of tin Iff icvlsloii. All amend
nientH must be on Cuban leclproctt)
and on nothing else.
The but siiMu mtu have not glviu
up the light Theli veeilug eommltteo
Is to meet late tiiR to see what can
lie done About flirty of theli nuinbei.
the) si are ie.ul) tu die n the last
Washington Vpi 1 1 10 -One hiindrej
thousand Inhabitants of tlie pi ov luce
of Ilataiig.is I.iion, have been extol -initiated
since the Aiuuliin tumpicst
of the Philippines This teiilblc chuige
Is made by the ailing l.ovcmoi of the
piovlnic In .1 lepurt to the I'hllllpen
Commission which was niuile publlo
Ii) the Philippine Committee nf the
Senate tiiiht) Uifoie the Aniciliim oc
cupation of llitt.inMH theio weie M0 -000
petson BicMdlng In tho pun Inn;
Wni, disrate and starvation have caus
ed the dentil of one-third ol this num
ber This is the piuvlnce In which
Tiiiis, Mali at and Xurbiino conducted
an aggressive campaign against the
Aincilcans 'I he tioops weio com
manded h) llrlgadlei Oeneinl I C
Hales and Ililgadlci Geuciul J I'
The tepoit of tho acting Cowmen
of Ilatangas was made public simul
taneous!) with llniof Majoi Cuinellus
anidenir, t'nlted Stales aim), acting
Gnvcinm of tho province of Tn villus
riio fact that .Mujni Oaulcnir Is an
arm) ofllcei makes the thaigo more
heuetni) Hoot cabled )istcidi) to
(Uncial Chaffee asking foi a lepuit on
tlio mogress of the Investigation and
today Seuctniy Hoot vvas advised that
Mijui (iardenrr has been 1 ailed upon
for specifications, wiTcn the Inqulr)
Rounder I bellevo Ciajhoy wants to
get lid of his wife,
Stoundcr Wli) ?
Rounder I saw him walking with
her beside the subwu). Town Topics.
Agents, Brokers and Jobbers.
W. G. Irwin & Co.
Western Sugar Refinery Comtony of
Baldwin Locomotlvo Works of Phlla
delphla, Pa , U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Conn Shrcdder),Ncw York, U.S.A.
N. Ohlandt It Co.'s Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross & Sons' high grade Ferit
Hzcis for Cane and Coffee. '
Reed's Steam Plpo Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
ParnfTlne Paint Co.'s P.& B. Paints and
Papers; Enrol and Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled.
Indurlna (a cold-water paint), In white
Filtet Press Clothes, Cement, Llmo and
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd
:: Sugar Factors
Tbe Ewn Plantation Co.
The Wnlalua Agricultural Co, Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walmea Sugar Mill Co.
Tho Fulton" Iron Works, Si. Louis, Mo
The Standard Oil Co.
Tho Ceo. F. Blnke Steam Pumps.
Tho New England Life Insurance Co.
Tho Aetna Flro Ins. Co. of Hartford,
Tho Alliance Assurance Co of London.
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN.Ud
II. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castlo First Vice President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Pres
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. R. Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
AGENTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co , Haiku Sugar Co , Pala Plan
tation Co., Nahlku Sugar Co., Klhel
i Plantation Co, Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
j Kahulul Railroad Co ,
! The California and Oriental S. S, Co
Win, G. Irwin & Co
Wm. O, Irwin.. President and Manager
Claus Sprcckcls Vice President
V. M. Girrnrd.. Second Vice President
II. M. Whitney Jr. .. Treas. and Sec
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Or SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
LIFE and FIRE
Insurance - Agents
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
SURANCE CO. OF BOSTON.
(AETNA FIRE INSURANCE
PANY OF HARTFORD.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co, Ookola
Sugar Plant. Co . flnntnpn Sufir nn
Honomit Sugar Co , Waliukti Sugar Co.!
Mal.GG ftlll-nr On .llnlpnlntn llnnnli r
The Plantcis" Lino of San Francisco
racKeta. Clius. Drewcr & Co.'s Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C. M. Cooko. I'll nlrlpnt- (Innrcn
Robertson, Manuger: E. P. Ulshop
Treasurer and Scerotary; Col. W. F.
iiiicn, Aiiuitor; i ej. Jones, II. wa
terhouse and Oco R Carter, Directors
THE VOH HAMM-YOUHG GO.,
The Lancashire Insuranco Co.
Tho Balolse Insuranco Co.
Union Qua Englno Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
Gonernl Manager of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Ot tho United States for the
OFFICE, Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Design 7our own ledgers, cash
books, etc. If you pro undecided, we
will hPlp you. That Is In our line nnd
the PRICE IS RIGHT, at the EV15N.
ir m w ,f- n r - i - - n ,
BISHOP & CO-
Cotubllshcd In I8B8.
Transact business in all departments
Collections carefully attended to.
Exchange bought and sold.
Commercial nnd Travelers' Letters
of Credit Issued on The Bank of Cali
fornia and N. M. Rothschild & Sons,
Correspondents The Bank of Cali
fornia, Commercial Banking Co. of
Sydney, Ltd., London.
Drafts and cable transfers on China
and Japan through the Hongkong ft
Shanghai Banking Corporation and
Chartered Bank of India, Australia and
Interest allowed en term deposits at
the following rates por annum, vli:
Seven days' notice, at Z per cent.
Three months, at a per cent.
8lx months, at 3 1-2 per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per cent.
Act as Trustees undor mortgages.
V jnge estates (real and personal)
Collect rents and dividends.
Valuable papers. Wills, Bonds, etr
received for safe-keeping.
Auditors lor 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 por annum, In
accordance with Rules and Regula
tions, copies of wblci. may be obtained
FIRE, MARINE LIFE, ACCIOEN1
AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY IN
Insurance Office, 924 Bethel Street
Claus Bpreekels. Wm. Q. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, : : T. h.
n Francisco Agents The Ne
Taifs National Rank of 8an Francisco.
an Francisco Tse Nevada Ns
tlonal Dank of San Francisco.
London Tho Union Rank ot Lon
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Drcsdner Bank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong
kong; Shanghai Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Bank
of Now Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank ot
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made on
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issuod. Bills of Ex
change bought nnd sold.
Collectlont Promptly Accounted For.
Pioneer Building and Loan
A89ET8, JUNE 3J, 1901, $80,04$J7.
Honey loaned on approved security.
A Saving Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on the monthly Install
Twenty-third Series ot Stock Is now
OFFICERS -J. L. McLean, Presi
dent; A. A. Wilder, Vice President;
O. B. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear.
DIRECTORS J. L. McLeanA.
A. wilder, A. V. Gear, O. B. Gray,
J. D. Holt, A. W. Keech, J. A. Ly'e,
Jr J. M. Little. U. S. Bovd.
A. V. GEAR,
Offlcn Hours; lsso 1;30 p. m.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Ten 24.000,000
ram up capital Yen 18,000.000
Reserved Tund .... Yen 8,710,000
HEAD OFFICE. YOKOHAMA.
The Bank buys and receives fnr ml.
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and transacts a
general Danking business.
On Fixed Per cent
Deposit. per annum.
For 12 muntbs 4
For 6 months j
For 3 months 3
Branch of tbe Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., 11, King Street
AT IIAMOA, MAUI.
Mill Machinery, complete or In part,
consisting of ono 30"xC0" B rollr mill,
II. I. Whs. make, Putnam Engine,
Vac. Pan, Doublo Effects, Clarlfleis,
Centrifugals, Vac Pumps, etc. etc.
Parcels of land. Interest in Hill
Lands, Houses, Work Animals, Carti,
Harness, Plows, Tools of all sorts.
For particulars, apply to MR J. R.
MYERS, Manager, at Hamoa, Maul, or
to C. BREWER & 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. SI a year.
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