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APRIL 2$, 1902.
King Edward VII has bestowed tho
frst Gortir nt his disposal upon the
Duke of Hertford.
The onl objection Honolulu can
p(nslbl have to the new Episcopal
Bit hop Is the difficulty In pronouncing
From the Hepubllcan party stnnd
point the remarks of Ooemor Dolo
on the Teirltorlal franchise wire bel
ter left unsaid.
Hawaii cannot sa It has not had a
slice of the Carmglo millions, whin a
band of Hawaiian musicians nro paid
$100 nn hour nnd unlimited chain games In which the teams they rcpre-
pagne on the side. stt are to piny This plan docs not
meet with the approval of the league
The Advertiser's repudiation of itBjniikh should bo supreme on nil qucs-
fake Hot surrender adds to tho ga tlrns respecting the control of the
tj of nations It Is lu the same r-at f
wun hip woniicnui Sheridan vvrccK i
crn exploited by fake nrtlsts.
Oxford and Cambridge each spent
3 00 for the total expenses of their
rtcint boat race. A comparison with
iilo and Harvard would be Interest
ing The church has no Interest In poll
tlcb but it is generally accepted that
bishop Nichols has furnished an ex
ample of American administration
that would prove an Immense benefit
If copied In polltlcal'actlvlty and gov
To call a party primary, at which
xcters aro required to take a party
pledge, an "open primary" Is at least
a novel procedure In political nctlvlty.
Vlie plan proposed by Mr. McCnndless
covers every necessity for both tho
country and city districts If the Ter
rltorlnl Committee refuses to adopt
this proposal It will practically take
the position of tharglng thnt voters
v ill perjuro themselves In order to
volo nt III publican primaries.
An Important custom house decision
on tlens has Just tieen rendered In
fav itzcrland. where a packngo mark
ed "trained fleas" was Imported. Tho
nearest analogy found b) the collict
or at Geneva was that of June bugs'
which hnd been ruled as "edibles" At
official headuuarteis In llerne, how
ever. It was rulid that the Importation
nt fleas came under the head of "wild
nnlmals In a menagerie" and duty was
Tne declaration of the Builders and
Traders' Exchnngo that Its purposo Is
to "promote trade, michaulinl nnd In
dustrial Interests b) fostering In this
crmmunlty a sentiment In favor of re
taining at least a portion of the busi
ness of this city for tho benefit of i
American citizens or those eligible to i
become such, leaves little doubt as to
the lines on which tho organization
will operate. It has taken an Ameri
can text which, If cnrerully followed,
otifaht to produco results
The Hllo Tribune figures that Gov
ernor Dole's endorsement Is condition
al. If ever a Governor got nn uncondl
ttoral approval of his administration
nt the hands of tho President that
Governor Is Sanford B. Dole. Far
from inferring nny conditions, the
I'lertdent's official statement carries
with it the direct lufcrenco that Gov
ernor Dole's administration Is In all
details of a character which he ap
proves In this Territory and presunr
ably other Territories and posses
Tho question as raised by a Bulletin
correspondent whether tho term "ruinl
Ified voters" used In tho McCandless
amendment to tho Republican rules Is
meant to refer to men tiuallfled to vote
ut tho time tho primaries are held
Such an Interpretation would shut out
nil men not now on tho registration
licoks. Until Mr. McCnndless stntes
(o the contrary, tho general belief Is
that ho Intended n liberal Interpreta
tion It Is a matter Hint can be very
orslly remedied In any event, ns the
ucntlmcnt of tho committee seoms to
l.e to allow all Republicans who can
qualify for tho next election a vote at
the party primaries.
GHOKGU It. CAR TIM'S PART.
Tho history jf President Iloosevelt
xitlon In the flocrnorshlp matter Is
wtj easily written nnd is voo well
h iuwn both here and In Washington
Ibc whole proposition was handled
bv Senator George It Carter who
tHotifeh his college associations has
the friendship of a oung man who Is
credited In Washington with being
able to exert more personal Influence
on President Roosevelt public nets
ttnn nny man living In the United
States. This Presidential mcutor
Ki'ows only of Hawaiian conditions
through what be may hac learned
t'liaugh Senator Carter.
The facts of the situation are that
the President overrode tho reports of
blr own secret ngents, the Hepubllcan
oi gnnlzatlon both Territorial and Nn
tnmal. and the recommendations of
lenders in tho Senate nnd the House.
The virtual promise to Snm Parker
was reersed because Parker or his
(iftfoclatcs were charged with talking
ten much Nothing was more amusing
tt the few who knew tho facts, than
Carter's well feigned surprise when
requested to write the President or
proceed to Washington. No one knew
better the source of this request than
Crrter. and It Is easy to believe that
vvl tn he told a gathering or friends,
"II anjone Is Governor of Hawnll, I
will be," he knew whereof he spoke.
Let the credit rest where It belongs.
Gcorgo It Carter was tho man who
bold Governor Dole In office Ho hnd
the whole situation completely In his
central from tlte time his nnmo was
first presented to the President.
There Is considerable argument be
ing Indulged In by the joung men In
Urtsted in baseball regarding the
mrnner In which tho umpires for ths
turning sensou h games shall be chos
en. Tho managers of the arlous
tttms seem to think that each learn
should hae Its own umpire, but that
these men shall not umnlro nny
nrmis games thnt ore to be plaed
during the season.
It Is the opinion of tho league mem
bers that the umpires should be cbos
n by thnt body l'he men In this
vvnj would be dlrectl) responsible to
tin league and there womd bo nbso
lntcl no cliance for nny potty bicker
ings on the part of the teams, n feat
ure that, whenever It nrlses, Iniarla
lilj creates an undesirable state of
a If airs. N
Ileslrtes that seven umpires, to cor
ritpond to the seven tennis that will
pla In the coming Benson's games,
ate altogether too many and It Is
doubtful if such n number of good
men could bo found In tho city. A
good umpire Is n scarce article, par
ticularly In Honolulu. The wholo
matter of umpires should certainly bo
left with the league and the league's
muijuKcr Hiiuuiu uu cue man on ino
fiilu nt all the games to whom nny
question should he appealed for final
Tho umpires In nny event should
I ot be chosen iTom tho members of
an) team taking part In thcleaguo
MK. STEWART'S INTENT.
ni) ow n
fault, and pajtly
tl.rough the fault of your tjpe, tho
closing paragraph of my remarks on
the pilmary rule wns not clearly ear
lied In this Sunday morning's Bulle
tin. It sTiould have read this wnv
"Now, tho rule ns reported from
)our committee Is in the exact
fciiago of the rules passed by the first
cciiventlon and practically ratified by
the last conveitlon. Our primary
t)stem ns to tho time limit for enioll
nunt may be safe-guarded by requlr-
1 tr.r tests of Hepubllcanlsm. I do not
think It Is In the power of this com
Inilttec to change tho ptlnclplo entire
!y. and shut up the hooks. I am In-
action by our next convention, and I repolltnn Meat Company, nnd fire
Miall favor tho passage by the nexthlC0(l 8,le sa,ls tomorrow afternoon
l.eglslnturo of a primary law on the Bl 5 o'clock for regular ports and Kn
.Mkssacliiisetls plan. But nt this point
I can not agiee to what would be a
revolutionary net on tho part of this
1 cited tho Massachusetts primary
law requiring no registration, nnd quo
td Joilnh Qulncey to tho effect that
tho primary should be freo from bur
densome exactions, nnd that thero
rrotilil be no enrollment for It, In or
cier to emphasize two points, namely:
il) that at the primary there should
bw no other requirement than n party
Ifst applied to a person legally quail
flici to voto at tho general election;
Mid (2) that the opportunity to vote
a' tho primary should bo open to the
last moment to ever)' voter, who has
voted at no opposition party primary.
1 Bhall favor tho Massachusetts plan
loi this Territory, and that plan as
modified by the McCandless sulistl -
tnte. Is our nronent t.i. vnnni .h.t
the plan is statutory there. I do not i
...k that there Is any answer to lh.l
niMin.cnt. that hero In this Teriltory, I
vvnero our districts lire spaifely set-
tied It "iiild be a hardship to com
P'l voters to como twice to a primary
enco to register nnd again tq vote.
T .M'CANTS STEWART
April 27th, 1902.
Send the weekly edition of the Bui
letln to your friend. Only 1 a year,
At the Executive Council todny last
Iti. until 1 o clock Secretnry Hitch
coik s letter on the Kohala ditch mat
tci was read
The following opinion b the Attor
ue) General was rend, besides which
tl ire was "nothing to give out,' Prl
vnte Secretary Hawes Informed tho
Territory of Hawaii, Office of the At
tnrney Genetnl, Honolulu, It. I
April 25th, 1002.
Honorable James It. Ilojd, Supcrln
tendent of Public Works,
Dear Sir: I am In receipt of your
communication of April 23d, which Is
us follows: u
"I have to Inform ou that bills
hnvc been presented to this depart
Hunt for approval, dating from Jul)
.K, 1901, to April 30th, 1902, amount
In,.! to $0000 for (Tic running expenses
of the Honolulu Park, more goncrally
known ns the Kaplolanl Park.
"Tho appropriation for this purpose
reads, Honolulu Park Commission
(Superintendent of Public Works to be
a member) nnd Act 63 (1890) of 'An
Act to provide for the permanent set
tlement of Kaplolanl Park' provides
that said park shall be held In trust
by six persons ... for the main
tciiance of n free public park, nnd to
d all other acts. . . . The Com
missioners as provided for by said act
wire appointed by tho Governor prior
to the passage of the appropriation
nit of 1901, which provides as above
"It Islmportant and necessary for
the proper care of this public rnrk
(tint tho appropriation for the mnlute
nt r.ce of the same should be made
avcllablo as soon as possible, and I
vould therefore nsk ou to glvo an
op'nion on (ho following:
"1st Does the wording of the np
picprlntlon, which slates the Superin
tendent of Public Works lo be a mem
lr make It mandatory that ho shall
I a member prior to any funds being
d-twn from said appropriation, or un
til such time as a vacancy may occur
ID which the Superintendent of Pub
lic Works may be appointed n irem
i,r? "2d. If so how can the Superlnlen-j
dent of Public Works be appointed a
member of said Park Commission
vhen the same was filled prior to the
rrsago of said appropriation act?
"3d. Do tho provisions of the nalcl
appropriation act mnke the Supcrln-)
tendent of Public Works n member of i
the commission, or, in other words.'
does the appropriation net. by the nd-,
dlllonnl clnuso therein, provide for n
seventh member In said board In the
Pison of the Superintendent of Pub
lic Works. I
"1th. Does the law above quoted an !
tlinrlze the payment of funds from the
appropriation while tho Superintend-
ei.t of Public Works Is not n memTicr.
Act 53 of tho Laws of 1890 creates
a Park Commission of six members. I
ltto of wIom rc,ro from offco cu,ry
two jonrs. I think tho condition nt
tnehed to the appropriation of 3901
adds tho Superintendent of Public
Works as n seventh member, exoffl
r'ti. I think Mr McCnndless beenmaj
ex officio n member of the commission
upon the taking effect of Act 4 of tho
l.r-ws of 1301, and upon his retire
ment nnd )oitr appointment, thnt )ou
U came a member In tho sniuo capac
ity If the foregoing premises nro cor
rect. It follows that warrants can bo
dinwn 'pursuant to tho appropriation
I Very respectfully yours,
E. P. DOLE.
Tiie Amerlinn Shipping Company's
KJMillne schooner Eclipse, Captain
Tnwnsend, arrived In port early this
Homing Horn I.aTialna, Klhel, Make
in Kallua, Napoopoo and Ifookcnn,
v'th sixty head of cottlo for the Met-
litilul and Molokal ports. Once n
nicnth, nciorillng to picscnt nrrangc
i. nt, the Eclipse will take tn Molokal
puts and Kahulul In addition to her
fcimer regular ports, nnd Kahulul oft
oner than once a month,
Thn:cllp6e wns to have brought a
cuigo of sugar from Kallua this trln.
but Tor some reason there was no su
nn at Kallua for shipment. Tho Ko
nn Sugar Company's mill nt Kallua
wus grinding an dtho Japanese labor
ctr wero working and ever)thlng
seemed to be going nlong all right, but
no sugar wus put aboard tlio Eclipse.
It Is supposed by those Interested In
the American Shipping Company that
the sugar was claimed as soon ns It
lcll tho mill, consequently thero was
Mono to he shipped In tho Eclipse.
l rather Valentin hnB at present In
1 ,1,s possession a magnlflcint calabash
'"f!10, frm J"' U.le onkoir-pod tree
as felled to make room for this bulld-
Ing Tho calabash Is n very beautiful
one, the wood being brown and v el-
low In pretty streaks, and Is without a.
single craik. It Is two feet eight Incheb
In diameter and about eight fiet In
circumference rather Valentin In
tends to dlspoke of this unique memen
to for the benefit ofdhe Walklkl Chanel
Tho calabash will bo on exhibition In
some store window In a few days.
a collection of
of Life and Scenes
3j( in SAMOA, HAWAII
2&8 and JAPAN by - -
W$k THEODORE WORES
Sj2SjI is now on exhibition at the ART
1 ROOMS of the PACIFIC HARDWARE
CO., Ltd. .dally from 9 a, m to 4 p.m.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Pretty nearly everything that )ou
can think of lu the harness line Is In
tmded In our big display.
Every harness wo sell Is a bargain,
nnd we sell all kinds from light track
indroad to heavy coach nnd team
I arness. From no one else can you
get the harness value we give you.
Sole Agents J. A. McKerron'i fins
Harness and Horse Boot.
C. F. Herrick Carriage Co.,
125 Merchant 8t next
A special meeting of the Baseball
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lAUbUV JJT-IU 111 JO UUVI1 111 lltC
rooms of the Mulle-lllma Athletic Club
on i on Bireei. ine iiuus wern iepre-1
sented ns follows: Honolulu Athletic
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viuu uj i , uivtieuu tutu , c- iuiii:" i
Illmas b) C Tii)loi und Geo I.uuw, i lnB along, no ono suspecting any dan
Kamebniiiebiis by Ticadwa) und Kokl. 'nr, when suddenly It wns uiBcoveredl
and the Custom Houfeo b) Sianlon, I thnt some of tho bundles In tho
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rimucm v, i. i.iiiiiiui,tuiiii uiLuim-i.
tho ihalr. Lorrin Andrews was secie-
The ptoposltion of tho league play-
lug Hs games on the O.ihu College
giuunds was discussed ut length und u
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UTllCI IIUiK IICIII UICI 1IUUSC, .11,111
nun of the MiKlnley Memorial Fliiauco
uMjimui-u iu iiua. ciiiiiuinuriii im uie uurning pacicages oit on tho road
the president of the Baseball League, hed, where they were left to blaze
was ri-a... . ...s ii-uer con aim uic o -
fer of the use of tho Puunhou gmundi
on conditions already imbllslicd.
After some disillusion. It was decided
to accept the offer and a vote of thanks
wus teiidcied J C. Cohen for uls work
on behalf of tho League.
After this, the b)-laws wen amended
in Bcvcial piutliulars. It was ileUJcd
that the manager should be ex-odlclo wood am, lf Mr d M g w
olllcer of the League as well in. lheU...v ,r ., ,,, , ,
president nnd the secretary. Fui liter, ' 1 lk5 "" at"ho"s'- " Le.
the by-laws were so nmeude.l that thel rb- ' Lcne' aml two HoSs ch"
iiiunneer shrill tin niuinlnin,! i,.. ih Idnnj Miss Buckly, W. C. Peueock
league und not by the president as wus'"'1 wlfe- Miss Peacock, W. Wldeman,
heictofore the cuse.
Liitir on J. C. Cohen win elected
miiiiuger of the League. After iiin
sldiiuble discussion, In whh'i the mal
lei of umpires, the fixing of the
giouurts and th edutles of manager
were brought up, It wns decided that
the munagei bhould attend to the col
leiting of Hit gate receipts nnd Unit he
should be assisted In this work uy the
manngus of the clubs which play on
any particular day nnd by representa
tives from the McKlnlcy Memorial Fi
nance committee und the Oaliu College
Athletic Association .
The by-laws wcte amended to give
the manager this duty which heretofore
rested with the secretury and treasur
er. It was flnall) decided thai tho man
ager of each of the clubs fin mini the
League should be glvei. ulxiecn passes
for the season to give to tin membeis
of teams not playing and substitutes.
6.UIT AGAINST TMH TRAMWAY
Suit has been filed In the Circuit
I'ourt h) J H. Boyd, SiipeiJntendHiit nf
.'ubllt Wc.-ks, against the Hnwailau
iiumwa)s Co. the complaint uelui;
.bat this ipnipauy has on Its road on
Ivlng btrctt eirtth 'girder' iulU,
. Iilch uie luld for tho pmjinsc of upd
ating on them nn eleitilc railway l'he
. oiuplalnt f iirtlui alleges thut tho com
pany hits no right to lay thee rails and
that they obstruct tiuvel and that the
Plaintiffs inqueBt that they be removej
has been refused. Ha therefore 10
iiuests that these rails be uuleied re
to Stnngcnwntd Building.
'ITTe Knmehnmeha bo)B finished up
tho events of their camping trip to
. - w -.
Alflktifi u. 1 1 li mfhnr nn nv-nltlnt nvnn,
I " -. .. n. - -kAi'-h.
rlcllce on -hc raln on hel" wn' nomo
Lift. Kntltnlnv Tho lini-r-nr-o rtf Ihn
""- " "
l"'" - - ' nn" "CCn ucP03--et- m ono of
I (pe frelcht cars and tho train une mil
(jibiu rar Had caught lire In Fome
mBlcriollH rannncr nnd wero uIn2nB
, T-'0 hoiB n,(u tlle trainmen prompt
'' went ,0 tno Bent r ' troublo nnd
fl tlinro Lfla nn 1n.n Itnn.l.r .l.n..
- -- ..m uu "UIVI ,,u,l, IIIUJ'
Helved the problem by throwing nil
, T'icre wns no ono In the car at the
. nd tllBro . . .. ,
clue ob to how the flro started.
Tor San rrunclsco, pr O. S, S. Ala
meda, sailing Wednesday, April TO.
Ciiptaln Johnson, Mrs. Dr. Nlihols and
two children. Mrs.TJ. J. Hutchlns and
ilni'ghtcr, E R. Dart, J. L. Rosin.
W. V Hunt nnd wife, O. E. Moore
l.nd wife, Mrs. IT Evnns nnd child. J.
1". Ilnckfdd, Miss Lnndegon, Col.
Chamberlain and wlfo, Mrs. Randall,
Miss Hnrtlsch, M. S. Grinbaum and
wlfo. Miss Mary Alexander, Miss O.
Cooke, Miss McLean, Miss E. Stur
geon. Colonel Spalding, A .Weill, M.
i!. Pncheco, James Hutchinson, II. II.
bcovllle, Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Man
kind, A. F Brown, Robert A, Scott,
John Burgess, Mrs. Scrlppn, Miss
FerlppB, Mars. J. J. Nott ajld daugh
ter, H. A. Allen, wife nnd child;
Mrs. fi. Field, Miss Havvley, Mary
O-mharn, J. R. Schroder, H. A. Wl
deman, W. Plerson, W. S. Words
worth, Miss Sargent, Mlsp Goodall,
Edwin Goodall and wife. Miss Berry,
Miss Martha Berry, Harry Evans and
son, captain Win, Ott, A. W. S.
Cochran, II. J. Craft. A. M. Seott.
After a voyage of 72 days the bark
Pactolus arrived In port yesterJay nft-
eriioun fiom Nowmstlo with a load of
rriM, commanded by Captain Dart
Chims and eontrnr) winds are rcspon-
s'blo for hir Ion gtilp Captain Dart
la accompanied by his wlfo.
Last Saturday evening tho tug Ku
rim iixied tin I'.pil Hai )r die uer
Into the harbor. Tho dredger was In
a disabled condition Tho machine.
will bo laid pu for about a week
broke her crank pie.
Agent, Broken and Jobbers.
W. G. Irwin & Co.
Western Sugar Kcflnery Company of
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Phila
delphia, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shrcddor),New York, U.S.A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross & Sons' high grade Ferti
lizers for Cane and Coffee.
need's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR 8ALE:
Paraffins Paint Co.'s P.& B. Paints and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), In white
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
CASTLES COOKE, Ltd
Tho Ewa Plantation Co.
The Wnlalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Tho Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walmea Sugar Mill Co.
Tho Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo.
Tho Standard Oil Co.
Tho Ceo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance Co.
Tho Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. ot London.
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN.Lid
II. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Cattle First Vice President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Prcs.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. It. Carter Auditor
Sngar Factors and
AGENTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co , Ilulku Sugar Co., l'ala Plan
tation Co., Nnhlku Sugar Co, Klhel
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
Kahulul Railroad Co.,
Win, C Irwin & Co
Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Manager
Clans Spreckels Vice President
W. M. Glffard.. Second Vice President
II. M. Whitney Jr.. ...Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF 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.
A. fronts ior
Hawaiian Aerleulttirnt nn nnVntn
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomca Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Wnlluku Sugar Co,.
Makee Sugar Co.,Haleakala Ranch Co.
The Planters' Line of San Francisco
PackctB, Chas. Brewer & Co.'s Line of
LIST OP OFFICERS:
C. M. Cooke. Prpslilont- nonrirn
Robertson. Manarer- v.. V niahnn
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F.
nueu, Auuuor; r. u, jones, It, wa
tcrhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
THE.VON HAMM-YOUNG CO.,
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
General Manager of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Ot the United States for the
OFFICE, Merchant 6treet, Honolulu.
Design 7our own ledgers, cash
books, etc. It you pro undecided, wo
will help you. That Is In our line and
ihA Tmnin ia mniiT , , nuuw
I V ...U..A, HI W.O UIU11'
BISHOP & CO-
UotMbllahed In 1858.
Transact business In all departments
Collections carefully attended to.
Excbango bought and sold.
Commercial and Travelers' Letters
of Credit Issued on The Bank of Cali
fornia and N. M. Rothschild & Bon,
Correspondents The Bank of Cali
fornia, Commercial Banking Co. of
Sydney, Ltd, London.
Drafts and cable transfers on China
and Japan through the Hongkong V
Shanghai Banking Corporation and
Chartered Bank ot India. Australia and
Interest allowed on term deposits at
the following rates per annum, viz:
Seven days' notice, at 2 per cent.
Three month, at 3 per cent.
Six month, at 3 1-2 per cent.
Twelve month, at 4 per cent
. , TRUST DEPARTMENT
Act as Trustees under mortgages.
V--iago estates (real and personal),
Collect rents and dividends.
Vnluablo papers. Wills, Bonds, etc.,
received for safe-keeping.
Auditors for Corporations and Pri
Books examined nnd reported on.
Statements of Affairs prepared.
Trustees on Bankrupt or Insolvent
OFFICE, 924 BETHEL STREET.
n SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Deposits received and Interest al
lowed at 4 1-2 per cent per annum. In
accordanco with Rules and Refuta
tions, copies of wbtcu may be obtained
FIRE, MARINE LIFE, ACCIDEN1
AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY IN
Insurance Office, 924 Bethel Street.
Wm. Q. Irwin
Glaus Spreckels & Co.
an Francisco Agents The Ne
vada National Bank of San Francisco,
tan Francisco Tke Nevada Na
tional Bank of San Francisco.
London Tho Union Bank ot r.in.
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Pari Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Dresdner Bank.
Honakonn anrl VAltAh.mLlTnn..
kong-Sbanghal Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Auitraila Bank
ot New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank ot
Brltlih North America.
Deposits received. Loan made on
annroved securftv. rtammAf.fini a
Travelers' Credit Issued. Bill of Ex
change bought and sold.
lonuctlont Promptly Accounted For.
Pioneer Building and Loan
A88ET8, JUNE &J, 1901, i80,04J-37.
Honey loaned on approved security.
A Saving Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on the monthly Install
Twenty-third Series of Stock I nw
OFFICERS-J. L. McLean, Preil
dent; A. A. Wilder. Vice President;
O. B. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear,
DIRECTOR8 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. GEAR,
Offlcej Hours: 12:301:30 p. m.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Ten 21,000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,000
Reserved Fund Yen 8.710.000
HEAD OFFICE,. YOKOHAMA.
ThQ Flnnk hliVH nnri PatalvA. nm ..I.
lection Bills of Exchange, Issue Draft
and Letters of Credit, and.traniact a
trpnttrnt httn Irtno Viiialnn.a'
On Fixed Per cent
Deposit. Per annum.
For 12 months 4
For 6 month
For . mnntliB
Branch of the Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., lh King Street
AT HAMOA, MAUI,
Mill Machinery, complete or In part,
consisting of one 30"xG0" 6 roller mill,
H. I. Wks. make, Putnam Engine,
Vac. Pan. nnuhln r?rrfMa piaHinaa
Centrifugals, Vac. Pumps, 'etc., etc.
rarceis oi ianu, interest In Hul
Lands, Houses, Work Animals, Carti,
Harness, Plows, Tools of all sorts.
For nartlculars. nnnlv tn mi t i
MYERS, Manager, at Hamoa, Maul, or
to u. llllBWBH & COMPANY, LTD,
Dated Honolulu, March 4th, 1002.
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin Is the largest and belt pub
llhed In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty page. $1 a year.
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