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TUESDAY ,.MA. li, 1902
The Juroi without his excuse it ul
va)s hard to fine'
With the probability that Congress
villi adjourn by the middle of next
month, the Hie claims workeis In
Washington will have to move at a
It will he necessary for the Ilepuhll
inn organization to make haute In
fuming rules else there will not ho
timo to transmit copies to club officers
before the pany primaries are called
The decision of the Pedenil Su
Jitenic Court on the transition period
ought eoou to be received. When this
much discussed problem is written off
the books of Hawaii, the community
will be relieved.
Trees and road widening expenses
c nsldcred. the piopcr YTalMkl louta
for the. Rapid Transit Is along Here
t&nla street, provided It Is found lm
possible to bridge the Chinese garden
patch that now blockades the oxten
felon of the company's lines.
What possible good purpose Is served
by the Advertiser's emblazoned ttory
of a supposed leper at the Emma
Square band concert bus )et to be ills
covered. The false Impression whlrh
such material carries to the people
whose patronago the Territory Is con
stantly soliciting does more barm than
tons of advertising literature.
Judge Estce Is fully Justified In ex
ercising Increased caution in the con-(-'deration
of bankruptcy cases which
pro unfortunately tnklng up a good
Iirtlon of tho Federal Court's time.
7ne Instance of an Oriental merchant
. ho levanted, leaving his store to the
ci editors Indicates that there nre small
dealers who fall short of strict bust
l.css principles. The poor but h ne3t
nan has no occasion to worry.
Theoretically the Chinese residents
of Hawaii are In n somewhat peculiar
position today. The law excluding
certain Chinese fiom the States and
Territories of the United StattB expir
ed by limitation on Monday. The last
advices from the Mainland give infor
mation that the law would be extended
by act of Congress previous to May
5th. The probabilities are that the bill
framed by Congress has become law.
)ct Hawaii Is In total Ignorance of the
facts. The only exclusion law Hawaii
has to go by today Is based on the law
The address given by Past Master
John A. Ilassinger at the fiftieth annl
vcrsnry of Hawaiian Lodge of Masons
Is one of tho most Interesting and vain
able historical sketches that has ever
been compiled. It shows how closely
allied with Hawaii's social, moral and
material progicss Masonry has been,
As well expressed by Judge Eatcc the
Inlluence of the order has been ulong
tho samo lines us the church and tho
school house, leading men to a higher
regard for religious teachings and the
upbuilding of every community where
Masonry Is known,
Objection 1b mudu In soino quarter
to the precinct club organization nl
the Republican party. Tho statement
is made that many Republicans do not
crro to becomo members of clubs,
though they arc quite willing to vot
rt tho primaries. As a matter of fact.
thr precinct organization ar clubs ara
rccessury on account of Hawaii's lack
ii" laws governing primaries. Signing
tin. club rolls Ib nothing moro or less
than party registration. Tho precinct
club membership Implied by slgniitura
of tho party rolls does not Imposo any
more onerous duties than Blgnatitro of
registration lists for tho general elec
tions. Under present conditions, If
the- precinct clubs wcro wiped out the
organization would bo very much at
reu, besides having to carry out n
mass of detail work now distributed
n'irong club ofllcors.
In the "Island Homes" department
of Tho Friend, Mra. M. D. Frcnr makes
n plea for moro flowers about the
iTmo which Is vory appropriate, "Any
vliltor to tho Islands comments on tho
lack of flowcra save those on trco,
shrub and vino. Can wo 'not, should
we not, give moro attention to Sower
culture? Some of us prefer to keep
rut gardens In the. back, yard, as lawns
have n inoro een temperament nnd
ere more apt to bo pleasing In appear
auce nt all times, while seed time, nnd
hr.rvest In gardens of minimis present
tagged nnd fling) aspects every now
end then. Hut what Joy nnd Inspira
tion niO' garden, however moody,
gives us' A violet bed, that hns much
Icsi. eale thnu It deserves, richly re
pays the early riser vvlv gathers tin)
bh'tsntns. Coreopsis, cosmos, pliima.
nas, hone) suckle, heliotrope, verbenas
how satisfactory they nie, each In a
different way' A walk among the
dowers will rest aching back and feet,
nnd translate the sunrise In terms ol
limtity and love "
One of the largest hat manufnttur
or In the United Stntes hns brought
Milt for $25n.o0 against the Hatters'
t nlnn. claiming an alleged conspiracy
in Issuing fnlse nnd defamatory clrcil
lars. In printing a libel In their trade
Journal nnd In having agents to boy.
out their goods fn several States. The
ne will he tried In Philadelphia.
ONJi OlN Till! liNAIOHS.
Just as the Department of Justice
oideiB an investigation Into the at
t lira of the Chlingo beef trust, tho
pilces of all kinds of meats were
sharply ndvamed. Tho Attorney
lii neial does not anticipate nu fav
c.uhle lesultB from his Inquiries al
though Information Hupp'Med to Con
MHsmen Is to the effect that the
'I rust I9 making n net piollt of Jloo,
i iiu.uno n year by the advanco nlone,
through a comulne of the six prlncl
pal meat producers. All meats ml-
viMiced five cents n pound within thlr-
t dajs. the reason given being that.
as the rauroads had abolished all
f tight tebntes, the money thus lost
n list be got out of the people. It Is
c 'aimed thai the understanding be
tween the big packers Is of nn lion-
rind nnture. hut the pad era deny all
knowledge of tho existence or any
such thing as a trust.
Whether It was with the Intention
el bringing the suhjeer home to our
?.nlional legislators or not. the mice
of beef sandwiches In the United
.States restaurant van advanced live
cents each to Senators within forty-
e klit hours of the wholesale advance
! Chlingo of live cents per pound. Of
course there wns Immediate, vigorous
ni! Indignant opposition on the patt
or tlie national legislators, especially
those who nre In the habit of mnMns
their midday luncheon on a sandwich
nnd glass of mill;, pajlng ten cents
roi the sandwich. Now tho nrlco of
the same quality of beef sandwich Is
narked up to fifteen cents. Among
the principal patrons of tho beet Bond
wuh menu nre Senators Depew or
New York, llannn of Ohio, Kenn of
New Jersey. Clark of Montana and
McMillan of Mlchlgnn. Senator De
lew has declared a bojeott on the
hi nnte cafe and goes homo to his
luifh. Other Senators hnvo boj cot-
ted beef and taken to plo tit ten
cd.ts. a cup of custard or gomo other
edible commodity tiint Is not handled
by the obnoxious trust.
Should nn Investigation of Its af
fairs ever reach tho upper chnmber.
tlcie Is nn existing disposition to
flpht tho Iniquitous combine to the bit
rilll ISHIMIAN CANAL TANGLl'.
The project of building an Isthmian
canal has inn against another snag.
This time the trouble Is caused by the
Governments of Costa Itha and Nica
ragua. Accoidlng to the icpresenta
tlonB of their accredited diplomatic
agents, they object to that provision
of tho recently concluded Hay-Pauncc-fote
treaty which Invests tho United
States with absolute control over tho
pioposed Nlcniagu.i cunal. It Is not
mado clear w'hy they should piefer
Joint control by Great llrltaln and
this flovemment to that of the United
This latest emhiogllo, we are In
formed, hns enused gieat Joy and
aguln raised the hopes of the friends
and advocates of the Panama route.
Whatever Is polton to their rivals nnd
opponents Is meat to them. As long
as the Congiess has not cUflultely de
clared Itself In favor of tho Nicaragua
pcheme. Just so long they see a chance
to make converts to their cause. And
In the background stands the figure of I
tho transcontinental railroad Interests,
saying, "A plattue on both jour
houses," and pra!ug and working, too,
that both schemes may come to
Whllo it Is to he legrctted that a new
rtllllcully has ailscn, the friends of nn
Isthmian canal need not he cast down;
that Is, those who are not wedded to
either of tho routes In controversy, or
to uny other, for that matter, but
whose hopes nnd aspirations rlso above
Individual Interests and who look
Bolcly to tho construction of an Intor
icennlc canal, built by tho United
Stales, paid for by the United States,
nnd controlled, without let or hin
drance from any other power, by tho
United States. Such n canal Is bound
to come. Tho position of this coun
try as a world power, the demands of
Its' constantly expanding commerce,
tho necessity of the quickest possible
communication with new possessions
In tho East, are factors that make the
building of the cannl a work of para
"Everything comes to him that
waits" may not bo a truism always,
but It ho'ds good generally In the case
of tho Individual or nation whose wait
ing Is combined with earnest and sys
tematic effort In the piopcr direction,
Tho canal must corfie.
Tho rumor cornea from the Vatican
that tho Popo thinks of obtaining an
automobile for uso next year.
niMPIKINUUILDEKS, NOT TYPE-WltirilKtS.
New York Commercial.
"I have four bo)B." said n successful
Philadelphia business man nt the Dart
mouth Club dinner here In New York
the other night, "nnd 1 nm educating
them all to he emplrc-hulldcrs. I don't
want them to be typewriters. 1 don't
want to make a lot of struggling law
yers or cheap doctors out of them, 1
want them to get out Into the world
nnd do things achieve something that
wilt extend civilization, make the In
habitable world bigger and better, and
themselves better nnd richer. So I'm
having thm trained for electrical, min
ing nnd mechanical engineers."
That was significant first as coming
from a college bred man of the middle
seventies, hlmrdf n member of the bar
nnd addressing a company of college
men among whom was the president of
Dartmouth. It was again significant
because It was about the only thing
said at the dinner eliciting applause
that siciiied to be spontaneous, alto
gether genuine and enthusiastic. And
of additional significance wns the fact
that these graduates of one of the so
called "cl.isEleal" colleges had Invited
to make an "Illustrated talk" to them
on the Induettlal development and pos
sibilities of Alaska n Dartmouth grad
uate who Is already "cmplic-bulldlng'
in that Tcirltor). and had with him an
Interesting party of Alaskans Includln,;
mining and transportation men, the
builder of the White Pass and Yukon
Rullvvn). nnd two Londoners, who havt
only recently turrfed their attention
ami their millions from South Africa
to wheie the nutora hore.illa glints on
the gold nnd the copper of Cape Nomo
and the Klondike.
Ten years ago a college dining partj
of that soit would have provided for
its entertainment n costume lecltatlon
fiom "Antigone" In the original Orcek,
an exhibition of diggings from Mycenae
or nn "ode to fair Hanover" or White
Klvcr Junction or any old classical
spot that had the making of n rhyme
"Tempnra mutnntur." So have ou!
men. So have our boys and thej'is
not clone doing It yet! As the twentieth
century gets out of Its swaddling
clothes and creepers and begins to
walk erect nnd lapldly. the real lead
ers In Its magnlilcent progress nie the
men who "do things." and who get out
Into the open somewhere and achieve
something, who "build empires" big,
little or medium, hut empires, nnyway
The queat of the vvoild today Ij fur
what the Wuahlngton Post lias been
pleased to call lluer." "it will be re
membered." It bbvs, "that In dellnln;
the qualifications of those entitled to
si'holai ships Cecil Rhodes laid greater
sttcss upon 'manliness' than upon mtro
eindltlon. In his scheme of a vvorld
emplie Cecil Rhodes realized that mom
depended upon virility and pugnacity
than upon learning." And wo cannot
better present the new conditions and
demands that surround and confront
us than by this further excerpt from
Hut tho American of today Is but tho
puiduct or his environment. Ho has
eciirugi) nnd moral fiber, the ability to
ov ei come obstneles. ls has tho con
quering spirit of his fathers, tho samo
spirit that Dickens overlooked amid
the deluge of tobneco spitting. Here
tofore this element has been kept
v-lthln the confines of tho country, but
wlin tho advent of "expansion" the
world hns been compelled to tnkc cog
iilrnncc of It. It Is this same sturdy
liber that Cecil Rhodes wanted to sco
mingled with ho old Oxford conserv
atism to enliven tho sluggish temper
nment of the Hilton of today.
And Oxford will get It, too. We have
all got to come to It a realization ot
the changed ami changing educational
needs of the times. We needn't throw
our Orcek glnmnurs uway. The) re
not jet become useless. Hut we Amer
icans have got to "do things' nowa
ila)s nnd while we ale doing them
let us hope that "tlalhus and the
ai my" mti) continue "In good health "
, n -
PUBLICITY TIIH PimVBNTIVP.
(New York Commercial.
About as bad a case of stock water
ingor "over capitalization," to em
ploy u longer, more dignified but much
less expicsslve woid as has come tu
light since "tiuet' making became the
fashion In the Industrial world Is that
of tho National Asphalt Company. The
icpoit of thu Audit Company of New
York to the thrco receivers upoplnted
neaily four months ago hj tlie Fed
cial Cutiil ut Newark discloses n con
dition of aftalu that may ultimate l
force some, of the combine's promotcis
and present ulllcela to l.uc cilmiual
Theic has never been an asphalt
"trust" at all that Is, not In the sense
that prluvilly comprehends u monopo
ly of something. The Asphalt Com.
pan) of Ameilca staned In some )cnts
ago lo buy up or "take ovei" numeioiis
companies reg.udcd us competitors,
nnd later the National Asphalt Com
pany, after doing about the same thing
with other binaller concerns, "took
over" tho Asphult Coinpati) of Amcil
cu; one combination capitalized ut
$22,000,000 swallowed another capi
talized ut JOO.000,000 another case of
the toad and the garter snake ami
something had to burst sooner or
later. Quito naturally, It wus the
sw allow cr.
The chief ascet of the final combine
was Its supposed monopoly of the as
phalt paving buslncsSj Hut that wus
purely Imaginary a hollow mockery.
Tbo company never succeeded In ma
terially checking competition, much
less In buying It up. Too much of It
was left on tho outside, unahsorbed,
and It grew keener and keener overy
day until at the time of the colhips?
last December the combination was
earning only ibout 10 per cent of an
flxed charges of J2.150.000 annually. It
hud not only paid notoriously high
prices for the soveuty subsidiary com
panies that It absorbed, hut it was no
neurer lo holding a monopoly of tho
asphalt business In tho United Stuteu
than It was to controlling tho winds!
T.hose pel sons who bought Its bonds
and Blocks wcie shamefully deceived
or else deceived themselves.
Publicity! Full, free publicity, at the
start, and all the time! That's tbo only
preventive. There Is no cure ufter the
CONTESTS WILL OPEN
List of Entries Promises Some Good
Games- Island Championship To He
Decided Mixed Doubles
Tomorrow afternoon the tennis ball
will again bound lightly on the chalk'
lined courts before the rackets of the
ngllo plu)cr8. The men's singles will
begin tomonow afternoon at 5 o'clock.
The list of entries for these will bo
closed this nfternoon. The following
names have already been put down on
the list: John Wotcrhousc. E, K.
Adams, 0. P. Wilder. J. P. Cooke, W. I'.
Dillingham, J. S, Dillingham, S.tml. O.
Wilder. A. M. Now ell. William Itotli,
II. C. Carter, L, C. King. Chnilcs X
Elston. J. T. Irvine. P. M. Lnnsdalc. J
II. Harrison, A. T. Hrock, D. Howard
Hitchcock, Julian (Ireenvvell, A. II
Ciitiha, C. O. Hockus and Dr. H. Hick
noil. The men's double will tnko place ai
soon as tlie singles have been played
which will probably ho within n week,
Tho entries for these hnve not been
mndc yet but It Is known that anions
the tennis will be the following' Wil
llnm Itotli and Walter V. Dillingham,
Chas. Elston and L. King. A. M. Nowell
mid A. R. Cunhn. H.. Wodehouso nn.1
A. Ross. The winners of this event
will have to play the champions of last
Last of nil the mixed doubles will
fire ii mm
Shortly nfter II 30 o'clock this fore
noon mi alarm of flro was turned In
from Ilox No. 02 at the corner of Vluc
ard nnd Nuiunu streets and about
three minutes afterwards, the lire de
partment was on the scone. The pa
trol wagon from the police station with
olficcrH nnd ropes arrived about a min
The lite wns in a two-story framo
building almost opposite the Honolulu
hotel on the Ewa side of Niiuann
Hieet. When the depnitment nnlvcd
smoke was Issuing from the loof and
fiom the windows. Ladders were set
up and. It being discovered that tho i
fire was In the second story, a hole
was broken through the mof and the
hoBe of tho chemleul engine Inserted In
the aperture. A regular hose was tak-j
en mound to the hack of the bulldlm;'
nnd In about Ave minutes time, the flro ,
Chief Thurston mado Investigations
and found that tho the had started
from ono of the beds In a mauka room i
ami that It had communicated to tho
partition. Tho origin of the lire Is un
known although Chief Thurston sus
pects that a Chinaman nnd nn opium
pipe were at tho bottom of tho thing.
He Is now looking for tlie Chinaman,
although tho closest questioning nt
Chinamen of the building did not to
sult In tho least Information.
Tlwt l.llfl.lltlf-. la nn.nnln.l I... iM.n..
.... .,.,,,.,.(, ,a u.it,i-ll 11 V (iuil, i
ciiuii wuo i nines on n grocery ami
icstauiant business. The damage from
water and file Is not very gieat. I'lfty
dollars should cover the whole thing
The parish house of St Clement's
chuuli. I'unnl.ou, was dedicated last
evening by Hlsliop Nb hols. 1'ollovvlng
the foiuuil dedication, an entertain
ment was given for the bencllt of tho
Hospital for Incuiables and about ?i.
added tu the fund. Every seat was
ltev John I'sborne Introduced Hlsli
op Nichols. After the Lord's prayer
and colle-cls, the Hlshop mado ail ud
dress In which he said that tho church
was a shilne and was dedicated lo tho
vvoislilp of (lod. and It was piopcr that
nnothci plaie hhould be piovldcd
when- good wholesome amusement
could be had. Ho wanted the c loach tu
foMei the )oung people In all their de
sires for fun. Tho bishop said fare
will nnd i,ft mil), he having to pie
pa le fin his dcpaituie for San 1'inii-
The (Miteitnlumont opened with a
cantata puseuted by girls of tho 1 1 It'll
School This was thu number which
I was tu well done at the Opeia House
jiliiilnjc the May Da) festival last
' Tliuisdn). Miss Edith Ilogcis sang
"Still us the Night" and Miss Ciut-
vvilglu gave a reading descriptive or a
i scene in nn iilenn where a heietle Is
placed at the metcy of a lion. .Mr.
Ilcitze sang "Mnichlng Away" and
Miss llcrnlce Kopke furnished u violin
solo and Mis. McDonald's vocal solo,
"God's Acie" wns eiy well lecclved.
.Mrs. .Mntt-Snilth lllrd was paitlculJily
good In u htimnious recitation. The
Kuiiiehumelu girls' ciuuitet sang well.
Solos by Mr. Muller And Miss Kala
mnnu Waul cuncludcd the piogimu.
Germany has Impoited ns much iu
Slu.OOO.UuO woith of apples In one )cur
and $.1,300,000 worth of peais.
Don't forget Camartnos of tho Call
foinlt Fruit Market when you want
fi lilt and vegetables. He alwajs has
on linud u fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island trull" Telephone Main
Tho meeting of the stockholders of
tho Star Soda Works which was to
have been held this morning nt 10
o'clock, has been postponed until to
morrow afternoon nt 2 o'clock.
The Philharmonic Society has ad
Journed for tho summer months and
will discontinue lehearsals. Tho meet-
j Ings will ho resumed tho (list Friday In
ill M PARIS!!
a collection of
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Pictty nearly ever) thing that you
con think ol In tho harness lino Is In
cluded In our big display.
Every harness we sell Is n bargain,
and we sell all kinds from light track
indroad to heavy coach and team
I arncts. Prom no ono else can you
get tho harness value wo glvo you.
Sole Agents J. A. McKerron's fine
Harness and Horse Doots.
C. F. Herrick
125 merchant (St., next to 6tancnwnld Building.
1 '''', ', 4J'W'Vi
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THE LINCOLN CAR, A HISTORICAL RELIC.
'ibis Is the pilvute fill' III which Abraham Lincoln used to tide when be
was pri'Kldcut. 11 cciiitiiiHtliig It with some of the wheeled palaces which
nre furnished fur thu um- of om chief c.ci'utlu today you get an Idea of
the pioL-lw wo have made In this clliectlun In Icbh than half a conluiy.
The rebuilding of the shop of the I'nlun Piiellle railway ut Omaha has
brought tu light this idle of wartimes, u round which cling the memories
of the mait.vr picslilcnt. In KSIll the government built the car to he
mod lij the piesldeiit. It wus most iiuiile- use of hi his visits to the
Ami) of the Putimmi. The cur was bnllt nt the I'lilted States inllltai)
r.ir.Hii ut AlcMindila. Yu. It Is 12 feet long mid S'i feet wide unci Is
divided Into I line Miiup.it tmcutH. It Is Ironclad, iiimoi- being set In be.
tvM'cn the Iiiiiit mid oilier walls, rendering It bullet pioof. The car wns
itsd to i onve) the leiiialus of Mr. Lincoln for Interment nt Sprlnglleld, III.
At the do,,- of the war the government auctioned off n gieat deal of Its
railwii) m.iteilnl, mill the Lincoln ear was sold to Sidney Dillon, the pies
blent of tlie I'lilon Pnclllc, unci T. C. Durnnt, who lemnvcd It lo Omaha,
A shed was built fur the ear. nnd n innn wns engaged to vvntch and car"
for It Tie Intervening ours have left their m.iiks on the old rel'e.
Plans for cairylng on the woik of
pi mooting an exhibition from tho Ter
I'mry of Hawaii nt tho Louisiana Pur
chase Exposition will bo settled upon
at u meeting to bo held on r'llday, al
vc Inch the Chamber of Commerce, tho
Mc i chants' Assorfntlon, tho Planters'
Association and the llulldeis' and Tra
ders' Exchanga vvfll tnko pait. This
was ariunged at a meeting held yes
today at tho Dank of Hawaii.
fjoveruor Cooper called tho meeting
to oidei. The range of the discussion
w'as wide, covering oveiythlng with
rofcieiKc to the proposed oxlilhlt fiom
Hawaii Commissioner Hairett ex
plained nt length methods now In vogue
In tho Mainland Stutea nnd Territories
for the purpose of lulslng funds and
getting togethei the exhibits.
Tho ever popular ltalner Heer Is Just
as much a favorite ns over. It Is on
Jraught at the New Criterion Saloon
as It was at tho old. The longer It Is
ised the better It Is liked.
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GOItMAN AS L11ADEE.
"If there Is one man In the Demo
ciatlc party who Is ablo to harmonize
all clashing factions, unci under whoss
I leadership the clans could enter on tho
battlo of 1901 with sttong hope of vie,
i toiy, thut man Is Arthur Puo Gorman,"
I said ejx-Senator Charles J. Faulkner,
of WcBt Virginia, at the Hlggs House.
1 "There are many ablo men In tho
party, hut none so eminently qualified
to lead It, In my opinion, as tho Mary
lander. His nomination would be hail
ed with Joy by conservatives In States
llko New York, New Jersey and Dela
ware, that cannot be carried by candi
dates who do not possess tho confidence
of tho business class. Mr. Gorman Is
trusted by this class absolutely.
"In New York ho would recelvo the
fciippoit nllko of Tammany and the up
state Democincy. In fact, no other
man In tho party could so unite tho ells
cordnnt elements that have split tho
Democracy In twain throughout tho
nation. The prospects of reunion nnd
leconclllatlcn are already good, under
the leaders'ilp of Mr. Gorman thero
would be un end of all friction, and a
united Democracy could scarcely be de
feated." V oshlngton Times.
Nobody knows why a horso arises
from the earth on Its forelegs first and
a cow on Its hind legs.
BISHOP & CO.
Cotublitthcd In 1858.
Transact business In all departments
Collections carefully attended to.
Exchange bought and sold.
Commercial and Travelers' Letters
of Credit Issued on The Dank of Call
fornla and N. M. Itottuchlm & Sons.
Correspondents The Bank of Cali
fornia, Commercial Bsnklna Co. of
Sydney, Ltd., London.
Drafts nnd cable transfers on China
and Japan through tho Hongkong &
Shanghai Banking Corporation and
Chartered IJank of India. Australia and
Interest allowed en term deposits at
tho following rates per annum, vU:
8even days' notice, at 2 per cent
Three months, at 3 per cent
Six months, at 3 1-2 per cent
Twelve months, at 4 per cent.
Act as Trustees under mortgages.
m -iage estates (real and personal),
Collect rents nnd dividends.
Valuable papers. Wills, Bonds, tr
received for safe-keeping.
Auditors for Corporations and Pri
Books examined and reported on.
btatements of Affairs prepared.
Trustees on Bankrupt or Insolvent
OFFICE, 924 BETHEL STREET.
Deposits received and interest al
lowed at 4 1-2 per cent per annum, in
accordance with llules and Itegula-
.1 ,.' .7 """-" oo outained
... AGENTS FOR
F.RE, MARINE LIFE, .ACCIDENT
AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY IN
8URANCE eniuipar-:ro ' T '"
Insurance Office. 924 Bethel StreeL
Wm. G. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU : ; T. H.
8n Franelseo Agents Ths Ne
rtda National Bank of San Francisco.
., . f. ranc," Tie Novada Na
tional Bank of San IVancinco.
London Tho Union Bank ol Ion
New York American Exchange Na
Chlcsso Merchants' National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Dresdner Bank.
kong-Shanghal Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Bank
of How Zealand.
D Y.l,cl0r'a and Vancouver Bank ol
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made in
approved security. Commercial aid
Travelers' Credits issued. Bills of Ex
change bought and sold.
y..cpn promptly Accounted For.
Pioneer Building and Loan"
ASSETS, JUNE SO, 1901, t80,04JJ7.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Saving Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on the monthly install
Twenty-third Series of Stock Is now
OFFICERS -J. L. McLean, Presi
?,onli t: A Wilder, Vice President:
O. B. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear.
DinECTOItS - J. L. McLean. A.
A. wilder. A. V. floor n n n
J. D. Holt. A. V. Keec'k. j. A. Lye!
at i, ui. iiiuo, 22. a. uoyd.
A. V. GEAR,
Office Hours: 12;30 1:30 p. m.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Ten 24.000,000
ju.u up c-aimui yen 18,000.000
Reserved Fund Yen 8,710,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
Thn Hnnlf hiiva tinA ,.. .
-- ,,r," --j" " mwji,M iur col
lection Bills of Exchange, issues Drafts
.,u ucuera oi v;reuH, anu transacts a
general banking business.
On Fixed Per cent
"""J.1 . Pw annum.
For 12 months 4
For 6 months i
For 3 months 3
Branch of tho Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., 11, Kine Stmt
AT HAMOA, MAUI.
Mill Mnchlnory, complete or In part,
consisting of ono 30"xCO" 6 roller mill,
H. I. Wks. malio, Putnam Imagine,
Vac. Pan, Double Effects, ClarlOers,
Centrifugals. Vac. Pumps, etc.. etc.
Parcels of land, Interest iu Hui
Lands. Hnlisps Wnrlr Inlm.l. rn...
' , ...... MMIHiHIB, UltB,
Harness, Plows, Tools of all sorts.
For particulars, apply to MR. J. R.
MYERS, Manager, at Hamna, Maul, or
to C. BREWER & COMPANY, LTD.
Dated Honolulu, March Itb, 1902.
The weekly edition of the Evenlno
Bulletin Is the largest and best pub
lished In lha Tf-rrlf-nru nlt.. . i
twenty pages. $1 a year.
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