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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. 11. T.. WEDNESDAY, MAY 7. 1902.
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Telephone . . .
. . . ., , .(left nrm nnd pointed It between tho
One of the Brut considerations forj(W() young icBM n (ho rmm
Rlccees of the Merchants week or , lJuU(, Kanenanul went Into his room
Honolulu week, whatever the title of ntllt gt his line Just In fun nnd to show
tht ilerihiinis Association proposal
nay be. Is chea; transportation and
i educed rates at our leading hotels for
v'rltors It Is noped to obtnln from the,
other Islands. However elnbointu Olid
uttracllve the program may" be. Us
irnctlcnl drawing power will be gaug
ed primarily by the living expenso of
tho trip for people of the olher Isl
ands. First get the crowds nnd It is n fore
Knno conclusion thnt Honolulu Till
lint be remiss in the entertainment of
Its guests. Many of these coming to
Honolulu will nntiirnTiy combine bus!
with pleasure, but unless trans-1
jiirtntlon and hotel rntes are reduced I
the attraction will not prove very
strong. This part of the preparations
will best be cnrrled out on the basis of
Urge sales and small profits.
Jloney Is tight among ienldenle ol
the other Islands ns well as Honolulu
nnd all arrangements must bo made
to suit conditions In nn event of this
chtaiacter not only business men arc
s.uight. They arc likely to come any
vny at such times as their business
drmands. Visitors are sought who tin
iler ordinary conditions would put off
a Honolulu trip Indefinitely, but will
rerloiifly consider coming to tho city
Y'l'on speelnl Inducements In traveling
rates as well as entertainment nro of
fercil. Neither the transportation
companies nor the hotels can suffer
Indeed, he the rufes high or low, they
will probably reap the highest financial
returns, nnd can well afford to assist
Ivllrectly If not directly In furthering
the success of the proposed gala week.
ll'hat combinations of capital nnd
consolidations of Industry are a bene
fit to wage-earners is the tenor of a
majority of replies received by Statu
Labor Commissioner O'Donnell. of
Minnesota, In answer to a statement
(nt out several weeks ago. Combina
tions of caoltal. some of the wnue-tarn-
en urge, result In extensive Industrial
establishments, enlarge the market for
labor, and mako It easier to get woik.
Consolidations of Industries ar) de
clared to be a direct benefit to wago
earners lit about the same rntio as they
nto to tho consolidations. Thu ac
knowledged purpoho of tho consolida
tions is to reduce competition among
producers. They have Invariably re
suited In the organization of employ
ers Into strong unions, and the more i
extensive the consolidation, the more
effective, as a geneial Mile, Is the la
bor organization. Thus tho consolida
tion tends to reduce tho competition
.among the laborers, and instead ot
each man workln.
for what ho can got
tbi labor organizations are able to
mako a schedule of wages and with
out recourse to strikes secure Its
ndoptlon by cmploers, the workmen
practically fixing their own wages,
vhenever their demands are reason
able. All agiee thnt labor was never more
plentiful or wages higher than now
AVhnt effect consolidations will have In
times of financial depression Is an tin
determined question. If the consolida
tlnns are strong enough to withstand
i'.iwnclnl strain nnd keep running, even i noted thnt a good bit of speculation Is,
tltugh wages bo reduced, they will bo , present being dono in tickets fori
o benefit and prevent as serious a de-' thcsJ I'orHMnces, the speculatoisl
q ncnent. anil prevent ns serious a ,mi,ns )locKa D, BUOd sca,B w)ll tho
prcsslon as in ycais past. '' tney nre, .... f .... i
forced to shut down, however, wage
earners think they will bo In a vvorso
condition than when there wcro moro
Independent umall employers.
State Labor Commissioner John Mc
Mnckln, of New York, In his bulletin
lor the luft (juarter of 19'U, says that i
.... ...v. .-.. ........... . .- .. ,
(urlng that Quarter only 4.G per tent
of 97,270 members of labor organto
tlons In tho Stato were idle, as com-
pared with 8.5 per cent for tho samo
1S8 unions In tho corresponding porlod
r.ne vear nrevlouslv. when tho Idle
tira wn Ipbo fhnn It bad been in nnv
of the preceding years. Similarly the 1 1'"tt " f sll0W " IHjiioliilii U bn
.. , , ii, , ,, , ginning to get wt I luto 1 lie with clllcs
proportion of members Idle at tho end , n .. .,.', ,.
cr ueceroDer uecnneu irom so.i per
rent In 1900 to 19.1 per cent In 1901,
thc decreased Idleness being partial
Inrly noticeable In the building, cloth
ing and baking trndes.
A new feature of the 1901 report of
the Ilureau of Labor Statistics Is a ta
Me showing thu Increases nnd de
ceases In 1901 In the rates of wages
of members of labor organizations,
'ihr increntes vastly preponderated
over the decreases, 47,585 persons bav
in obtained advances as compared
w.tli 2C0S who sustained losses? The
n, .,... n n.lilt, lO.iill. It ll.t rt( tllM '
(lmor wnr $1.97 and tfic loss of Ilia
hitler $2.H7. The net result of nil the
c'lunges was Hint these fjn.153 mem
bf rs of labor unions gained n weekly
a lilltlnn to their wages of $8C,S07,
v-hnh Is equivalent to nn adancc of
' 73 each per week.
I)ald Knncwanul, of the editorial
force of the Kuukoa and a young mnu
well nnd favorably known In this city,
was Injured last evening by the urcl-
dentul disi barge of a revolver In thu
hands of a chum. Dan lo by name
Kunew until and another Hawaiian
went home to their quurters In the Ka
inehamehn Alumni club house, quite
early last evening and the two went
Into the room of the latter lo luvo a
little talk. They had not been thole
cr long before David lo, another cu
uipanl of the building, made his ap
peainnce at the iloor.
In los possession was a revolver
which he said was not loaded. Hu
playfully rested It In the hollow of his
lo that h was not the only one who
The joung mail who was with Kane
wanul in the loom stutcs that while
the latter was getting his rllle, lie saw
lo put something luto the revolver.
What It wns h( does not know but he is
satisfied from what lo Mild when ha
Mist made ,1:1s aiipcaiantc that the re
volver was not loaded up to that time.
At nil events, when Knncvvanul ro
tinned to the room, lo wns still stand
lug ut the door with the tevolvcr
pointed In his direction and heroic a
word (otilil be spoken, there was n
brlhht Hash, a leport nail Kaiiewanul
fell to thn uroilliil wllh n hullot lm1i lit
, rlglt (.llcc!t ,,octoIg w(1(, hl.nt
,or ,, tllcy foimii that lhp tmUel frum
tho levolver In the hands of lo had
pierced the cheel; just to the right ot
the nose and had ranged downwards.
This forenoon, the patiol wagon was
sent to the club house on Pint street
mid the Injured man was scut to the
Queen's-" ospltal vvheie at 3 o'clock this
aften.-oon he will uudeigu an opera
tion at the hands of Drs. Taj lor and
Wayxon the doctois who wile called
In last night,
and that there aswkjKgiiM 7MS34SR
Kanewanul when seen today. state,l
that the whole thing vva accidental
and thnt there was absolutely no Inten
tion on the part of lo to shoot Ul in.
(Continued from oaice 1.1
te light ot the common law, tho stat
utory provision In question wns merely
p i missive.
Mr. McCants Stewart rose to regret
that the liar Association wns not glV'
en the opportunity to consider the
I tiles before piomulgatlon. Judgo Us-
tee had Invited suggestions from tho
I ur In formuTaflni? rules for tho Fed
Judge Humphreys retorted that tho
I'lu- had no right to complain, as ho
suggested to ft, two or threo terms of
lhe ,ourt' ,lmt
Its members should
draw up mles. Mr. Kinney had asked
Mm of the couit would respect tho
ccndiislons of the bar, nnd tho Judgo
In, ci answered that while the court
wc ulil reserve the light of revision ho
tt ought there would no trouble.
Mr. Stewart said Ills Honor had
ric ntloned the matter only nt last
Mr. Stanley coneeled
of his own know ledgo
that Judge Humphreys had cjlleil nt-
tentlon to tho need of rules ever s'mco
bo had como upon' i..o bench.
Judgo dear romnrkoi, "We mado
I nllfim ,,, (rlt ' wlllfli nnlmml n Innnti
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Judge Humphreys expressed the
sense of the court as being thnt It was
I ftill willing and desirous of having tho
h milo micnwilnn..
i,i ripnr .i, .i, .,.. ,...
i As a slgu of how the Warde com-
pan s ticket talo Is booming, It can be.
er prices when no more teats aie to be
had at the regular places.
Ouo entei prising young man has al
leady made a little stake out of ticketx
for tho pei fni main n of "Vliglulus.'
He now liol'la a bunch for "Julius Cae
sar" which h s disposing of In thn
'Japanese bttfiy method. This means.
, ,tUcniljlllT ,, lu8ela Uelher a written
bid at the Teirltoilal Messenger Sei-
vicc om10 which Is his headciuaiteis.
stating the seat wanted und the pilm
I the b' "ir s willing to give. Thn
I Stat, of course, goes Id the highest bld-
le'-- As a sign of the times this shown
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
I A..', id Itoj.
bcrlaln's sanction, propose to
4- guarantee loaus used to erctt cen-
ttal sugar factories.
f The state of trade among the
-f sugar growers In the West Indies
- is alarming. Especially is this
-f the case In Ilarbadoes, vvheie 97
f per lent of the exports are enne 4
sugar. Itcutcr's correspondent nt
4 Ilarbadoes writes on February 28: 4
4 Owing to the exceedingly low 4
4- price, of sugar, which Is the staple 4
4 product of Ilarbadoes, the cost 4
4 of production Is not covered by Its 4
4- sale. The merchants, therefore. 4
4- who advance money for the work- 4
4 lug of the estates, held a meeting 4
4 on the 20th Inst., nt which It was 4
4 dec Ided to cense all advances. As 4
4 It Is Impossible to work the estates 4
4 without ready money, the Agrl- 4
-4 culturnl Society afterwards met 4
4 and a deputation waited on Ills 4
4 Excellency the Governor, today, 4
-t- praying that n petition might be
4 forwarded to the Secretary of 4
4 State for the Colonies asking for 4
f an Imperial loan with which to 4
4 work the estates ns. otherwise. 4
4 they would nil have to be nbnn- 4
4 iloned. Ills Excellency was not In 4
4 favor of the petition as It stands 4
4 nt present, hut piomlsed to put 4
4 the matter before Mr. Chamber- 4
4 lain. The crops will he reaped 4
4 within six months from now. and 4
4 then the (lovernment will be con- f
4 fronted with the task of supply- 4
4 lug work and finding food for 4
4 some 200,000 people. There Is 4
4 never more than n fortnight's 4
4 supply of foodstuffs in the Island; 4
4 already some four bulness fall- 4
4 uies have taken plaie. and more 4
4 nie expected
Commissioner .lohn llarrctt who Is
heic for the purpose of Inteiestlng the
business community In the proposition
of rending nn exhibit from the Terri
tory lo the Louisiana Purchase Impo
sition, called In at the Ilulletln office
tills forenoon for the purpose cu iom-
iniinlcatlni; tho welcome Information
that he had made up his mind to re-
main longer In Honolulu than he li.nl (
planned at flrit. Mr. Ilanett said:
"1 have postponed ni) depart ire by
the Doric for Japan until the Nippon '
Mam, sailing on the lull Inst, on ai -
count ot the Importance and character ,
of the work thcie Is hole for me to do
and the dcslie 1 have to cci better ac-1
qualntcd with the menaud (ondltioiii
In the Islands. j
"I am giving n dinner nt the Moana
hotel this evening In honor of tin
movement which has for Its object the
participation of Hawaii In the Louis
iana Purchase Imposition. The din-'
ner will not be a pnrtlculaily large one
and will be confined to government
officials nnd those connected with the!
movement w hlcli was set on foot at the
Capitol soon after my arrival, us well
ns a few personal filcnds. There will
be a few toasts In harmony with tho
occasion but there will be no net
speeches of nny kind,
"During the past week. I have talked
with a great many of your most Im
portant business men and find that they
are unanimous In the opinion that
Hav.all should send a good exhibit to
tho Exposition. I have found none
who ale not cnthuslnstlc over the
proposition. Things nrc getting Into
good shape, nil the ludliatlons are fa
vorable, and I have great hopes of til
tlmnte success. The matter of vvnyi
and means will lie iliH, hhhp l unit nrnli.
I bIy ,Mea on mlIy at thc m(.(.tnB
, to be held In the ofTltc of C. M. Cooke
Hank of Huvvnll. Friday afternoon.
The gunboat Wheeling Is havin;;
hard luck. This morning, a communi
cation nrrlvcd nt thc pollen station In
J which Captain Illockllnger nsks that
the names of toven deserters fiom the
' vessel bo postccf nnd that a reward ol
510 would he paid for the return aboard
' "' ' f " 11'"- Th.ii deserters with
I ult'lr "cseripiioiis are as follows:
I Joseph Wlghtman, sallmakei's mate,
.1 feet 3 Inches, ICj pounds, brown
hair, crev eves, sallow conmlexlon.
... .. .. . . ..
Ecar rlBu, 8U1C OI oiencaci anil on uiick
oi rigui leg.
Edvvaid Austin Jones, coxswain, 5
feci. 8',i Inches, 130 pounds grey ejes,
,larK bro"n llnlr ruiAy complexion,
a'm " P'creeu 'ca"B on left
J forearm, crescent and star back ol left
William Stone, buglrr. 5 feet 0,
Inches, 118 pounds, blue eyes, brown
iialr, dark complexion, mole iibov-)
umbllllcus. scar four inches long above
Geoign Hamilton Eddy, ordinary sea
man, 3 feet OV, Inches, 131 pounds.
dark brown hair, ruddy complexlou
pear left side head, lert ring m
John William lire Mar. apprentice
sc(onil ,.,, r, feet ,H nches, 02
. .. ,. h, .
hair, fair complexion, slight varicocele,
Ink maiks and anchor left forenim.
Andrew Hcllcnthal, ordinary sea
mini, r, feet 7vi Inches, 117 pounds, lilun
eyes, brown hair, florid complexion,
small mole left abdomen.
Dennis rrnncls Drlscoll, cal paiser,
B feet r.14 Inches. 137 pounds, grey eyes,
blown hair, ruddy complexion, boar
B feet r.1,4 Inches. 137 pounds, grey eyes,
Inner side left leg.
"D. T. D." left foie-
The stenmora Wilalenln and M'kn-
h.ila airlved In poll fiom Knual this
' morning, the Wnlalenlo coming fiom
Annhota with Slid b.igs of sugar and
the Mlkahftla coming from Knloa
n number of cabin paFhengers. 38 dock
paspcngers and 4S09 bags of sugar. Su
gar awaiting shipment on Knnnl Is re-
ported as amounting to 110,007 bags.
London, April 24 The govern
ment of Jamaica, with Mr. Chnm-
Poultry - Supplies
has been used for twenty-three yents In the manufacture of
INCUBATORS AND BROODERS
becauso It has proven superior to nil other kinds. It Is not only true
that Petalunm Incubators and Ilrooders are made of the best lum
ber In tho world, out everv othet article used In their construction
Is of the highest grade, and tl ereforo theso "Standards of tho
World" Incubators nnd Broodcrn occupy the snmo relative position
to nil other Incubators nnd Iliooders thnt tho mighty California
Redwoods do to other trees,
It is worth your while to nail In our late catalogue "A Hit of
Incubator History." You may have a catalogue free by writing
for It. An Invoice of assorted sizes Just received by tho
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
AjVcntt for the Territory of lliivvntl
Protty nearly everything that you
can think or in the harness lino Is In
cluded In our big display.
livery harness wo sell Is a bargain,
nml vvc sell all Kinds from light track
indroad to heavy coach and team
I arness. From no ouo else "an you
get the harness value wo give you.
Sole Agents J. A. McKerron't flno
Harness and Horse Doots.
C. F. Iterrick
125 Merchant St.,
There was one passenger In the Yen
turn from Pago Pago this morning who
waB BO la1 l0 K uacK IO "awiin nei
that, as soon ns port wns reached, he
proceeded to create a poem dcclarlna
Honolulu thc best place In the world.
P. Maurice McMahon. dubbed "The
Poet of PiiBSlon" by Volcano Marshall,
leturned to the Paradise of the Pacini;
from Samoa In the Oceanic bteamshlp.
It was only n short time ago that he
vvint forth to gather material for hid (1IiC1, , Honolulu, on Saturday, May
pen in that lovely country. He now h , or
returns to say that Samoa Is not what . , .... , , , ,
It Is "cracked up" to be and that Ha-,''art ln n competitive drill, on Capitol
wall Is good enough for him. Fqiure. at 1 p. ln of that clay; to bo
"Samoa is all right," said McMahon engaged in by such compaulcs ns may
this morning, when he was discovered be designated by thc regimental corn
corn lug up fiom the steamer with his i..uinl"r.
hands full of Satnoan baskets and curl-1 .Members of the Oovernor's staff will
os "hut tho Samoans tiro a queer lot. nW(;mWo at ,ho Ca,,,tol uuU1nB, at
There Is as much difference' between ,.,. . ,., ,. ,
there is bev ecu n ciibbngo nnd u io&e.
"Hospitable? Tho Samoans hos
pitable? No. sir. They work the while
man for all he Is worth. They nre j
wonderfully smooth people to your
face, but mako faces ut you as soon as
your back Is turned. They nre fine
appearing folks, to bo sure, but their
'talofn' (aloha) Is tin Invitation for you
to hand out nil you have. Why. ouo
old chap wanted to charge me two dot
l.i is for sleeping on his mnt nnd eating
some of ills tnro-tops.
"'I love you;' they say, 'Please givo
mc n shilling.'
"Back In the country they are great
Jokers. All they seem to care about
Is to make sport of the stranger. They
have no respect for the white man nt
all. In the villages and In I'ugn Pago
they nro very polite, but they mean no
real friendship by It all.
"The sivn dance, about which one
hears so much, puts mo in mind of a
lot of monkeyB hopping around o
si i eel organ. .
"It rained a great deal and I guess I
had a Utile touch of Apia fever oi
something of tho kind, while I wm
thero, hut, altogether, I enjoyed my trip
notwithstanding tho fact that I vva
very much disappointed In the Sa
"The' Islands am beautiful. Pantns
tic shaped mountains, clothed In liv
ing gieen to their very summit, reach
their rugged heads to pierce the clouds
nnd nil nnturo Is decked In loveliness
"It Is n mistaken Idea thnt tho Sn
miinns have n large variety of food
Tain, locoi.iiiit and fish were about all
1 encounteied In the waj of provendet
nt native houses during my visits.
"I inn glad to be back In Hawaii and
will proceed to write a book on Samoa,
I will call It 'Taa-Samoa.' which mcani
In the Bamoan stylo,' or 'Snnionn fush
Ion.' "I biought back n lot of tapa, hut thu
customs ofllcers seized It tor bomo rea
son or other. Pago Pago Is nn Amerl
in n pott, and I don't sec what right
they hnvo to grab my stuff."
Weekly edition of the Bulletin $1 a
next to Btungcnwnld Building.
The following order relating to thu
prize drill Satuiday afternoon was
potted yesterday nfteruoon:
(,, Headquarters, Territory of
, ..... ,,, ,,,. n,
.... ,. . .. ., .
! I"n!"l. T.. May Cth. 1002.
General Olders NO. 1.
i Tho commanding officer of the First
i l.eglment, N. O. H will assemble such
(ompniilos of tho regiment, us nre stn-
u.u p. (ii, in liiiiKue 'iiiiiui in, itir ui-
tendanco on the Goveinor nt the abovo
i!y order of the commander In chief.
JOHN II. SOPEIl.
It has been learned from Col. Jones
Hint the drill is to bo official In Its
nrtiiro nnd thnt tho Governor and his
slatT, officials of tho Terrltoiy nnd
roi.iosontiitlves of tho Aimy nml Navy
vlll bo present. A specially erected
ttand for the accommodation of tno
(in tliigiilshed pait) will bo placed In
tin empty lot boideilng on Capitol
biiraro at the Junction of King and
Moichnnt streets. Thero will be flvo
companies ln tho competition for tlm
cup. which Is now hold by V Company
cf the National Guard of Hawaii, and
Ii i three cash pilzcs.
The semi-centennial celebration of
Hawaiian Lodge. No. 21, F. & A. M. on
Monday last and the Interesting his-
tmical rcnuuks by I'ust Master Hussln
ger, have been the means of untaith
Ing a valuablo collection of photo
graphs of Honolulu of half a century
ngo when the lodge was founded. In
fuel tho plumes dnto back in the for
ties and bIiow some very Intel estlng
coinpai icons between the Honolulu of
then und now. as alio in the structuio
of the public and pilvntc buildings.
Wm. II. Iklnemy bus upcurcd these
photogtnplis and will have them ar
ranged und exhibited In a window ot
tho Melnerny shoe btore on Monday
On the recommendation of Dr. Knapp
the tecently visiting Federal agricul
tural expert, Commissioner Wray Tay
lor has Imported 260 pounds of crim
son clover seed (trlfollum Incnrnnla),
which he Is distributing. It Is a splen
did forage plant which Dr. Knapp be
lieves will flouitsh In Hawaii's warm
Agents, Broker and Jobbers.
W. .G. Irwin & Co.
Western Sugar llcflnery Comtany ot
Daldwln Locomotive Works of Phlla
delphla, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cnno Shredder),Now York, U.S.A.
N. Otalamlt & Co.'s Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade Fcrtl
llzers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Plpo Covering.
ALSO OKFKIt FOIl SALE:
Parnmno Paint Co.'s P.& D. Paints and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil,
raw and tolled.
tndurlnc (a cold-water paint), In white
Flltet Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd
Tho Ewn Plantation Co.
The Wnlalun Agricultural Co, Ltd.
Tho Kobala Sugar Co.
The Wnlmea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo.
The Stnudnrd Oil Co.
The Ceo. F. lllakc Steam Pumps.
The Now L'ngland Life Insurance Co,
Tho Aetna Fire 1ns. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. ot London.
1LEXANDER & BALDWIN.Ud
II. P. Dnldwln President
J. H. Castle First Vice President
V. M. Alexnnder.. Second Vlco Pres
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
C.co. 11. Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
AGENTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co., Hulku Sugar Co., l'ala Plan
tatlon Co., Nahlhu Sugar Co., Klhcl
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
K.ihulul Railroad Co..
. 0. Irwin & Co
Win. O. Irwin.. President nnd Manager
Clans Spreckels Vlco President
IV. XL Glffnrd.. Second Vice President
II. M. Whitney Jr.....Trons. nnd Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, OAL.
' ir'i-vrr i.irc.-tff-yrjv Z
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..
Ilouomu Sugar Co.. Wnlluku Sugar Co..
MaKco sugar Co.,Haleakuln Ranch Co.
Tho Planters' Line of San Francisco
Packets, Cbas. Brewer & Co.'s Lino of
LIST OF OFFICERS;
C. M. Cooke. President: George
i Robortson, Manager; K. F. Bishop
treasurer and serretnty; Col. W. F.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones. H. Wn
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
THE VON HAMM-Y0UN6 CO.,
The Lancashlro Insurance Co.
The Baloise Insurance Co.
Union Gas Knglno Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
General Manager of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of tho United States for the
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KAAHUMANU ST RET.
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books, etc. If you pre undecided, we, ,., rc r-.x rf-
will help you. That Is In our line nnd OOOK KEMEDY UO,
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BISHOP & CO,
DotublUhcd In I8B8.
Transact business In all departments
Collections carefully attended to.
Exchange bought and sold.
Commercial and Travelers' Letter
of Credit Issued on Tho 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 A
Shanghai Banking corporation and
Chartered Dank of India, Australia and
Interest allowed on term deposits at
mo lonowing rates per annum, viz:
seven days' notice, at Z per cent.
Three months, at a per cent.
Six months, at 3, 1-2 per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per cent.
Act as Trustees under mortgages.
y jago estates (real and personal),
Collect rents and dividends.
Valuable papers. Wills, Bonds, etc,
received for safe-keeping.
Auditors for Corporations and Pri
Books examined and reported on.
Statements of Affairs prepared.
Trustees on Bankrunt nr ianit,ni
OFFICE, 024 BCTMEL STREET.
n SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Deposits received and Interest al
lowed nt 4 1-2 per cent per annum, In
accordance with Rules and Regula
tions, copies of whlci, may be obtained
FIRE, MARINE LIFE, ACCIDCN1
AND EMPLOYERS' LIA3ILITY IN.
Insurance Office, 924 Bethel Street
Claus Opieckels. Wm. Q. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, : : T. H.
9n Francisco Acents Tho Ne
rnda National Dank of Ban Francisco.
San Francisco Tie Nevada N
tlonal Banic or San Francisco.
London Tho Union llanlr nt t.i.
New York Atcerlcan Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Drosdncr Dank.
Hongkong and Yokohama n,,.
kong-Shanghal Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Bant
ot New Zealand.
Victoria and Vaneouvm- n.ni
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans mode in
approved security. Commercial and
i'ravelors' Credits Issued, Bills ol Kv.
cbango bought and sold.
Collection! Promptly Accounted For,
Pioneer Building and Loan
A8SETS, JUNE So, 1901, W0.04J.3;.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Bavlng Bank tor monthly deposits.
Houses built on the monthly Install
Twenty-third Sorles of Stock la nvt
OFFICERS-J. L. McLean. Presl
dent: A. A. Wilder, Vice President;
O. B. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear.
. DSJCTOn8 - J- L- McLean. A.
A. Wilder. A. V. Oenr. C. n n.
J D. Holt. A. W. Kceck, J. A. Ljt0
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A. V. OEAH.
Office Hours: 12
: SO l:so d. m.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Ten 24.000,000
rain up capitnl Yen 18.000.000
Reserved Fund Yen 8.710,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
The Bank bUTB and receiver fnr -M.
lection Bills ot Exchange, Issues Drafts
nuu L.euers ot cjreuit. and transacts a
general banking business.
On Flied per cent
IT9't. Per annum.
For 12 months 4
For 6 month j
For t months j.
Branch of the Yokohama Bpecle Bank.
New Republic Bid., U King Street
AT HAMOA, MAUI.
Mill Machinery, complete or In part,
consisting of one 30"x0" 5 roller mill,
H. I. Wks. make, Putnam Englno.
Vac. Pan. Double Effects, danders.
Centrllugnls, Vac. Pumps, etc., etc.
Pnicels of land. Interest In Hul
Lands, Houses, Work Animals, Carts,
Harness, Plows'. Tools of all sorts.
For particulars, apply to MR. J. R.
MYERS. Manager, at Haraoa. 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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