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MAI 10. 1002.
That the volcano is smoking up Is
an old story It Is the fire the people
pre looking for.
If a little mure time Is allowed for
filing briefs tho Advertiser contempt
case can easily go over to another
term of tho Supreme Court
The TTawall Herald sa)s tho Homo
Itulers have as much Inllucucc In
V'ashlngtoii as the Democrats. What's
this! Another Wilcox recruit?
In the WelBh language ping pong Is
known ns plng-pongjd-dlneth and the
lcotecs as ptifg-pongwyr. It Is the
same old game, however.
Tte Hrltlsh fiovernment refuses to
1)0 frightened by Morgan's steamship
merger. Oieat Britain has always been
rcrdy to wink at a monopoly bo long
as It helps her tradesmen.
Prince Henry Is now proposed ns a
member of tho Reichstag to represent
I ho middle classes. His trip to tho
United States has doubtless Impressed
the Prlnco that the middle classeB nro
pretty good people, to stny with.
Hllo extends the glad hand to tha
St. Louis Exposition and cordially In
vltes Commissioner Barrett to como
ur nnd tnlk It over. If Mr. Barrett
ciuld take tho time, there Is no doubt
about Hllo making It worth the while.
A Mainland capitalist presents ono
side of tho Hawaiian Investment ques
tion that is worthy of consideration at
least. No business man of the Terri
tory gains anything by knocking a
roJect for no other reason than his
lilluru to be "In the deal".
The Hllo Tribune makes a very able
review of the ltoosovelt endorsement,
stating a"stnble American truth when
It says the final verdict Is In the
hinds of the people. It Is a new Idea.
lu.wever, that a President endorses
tho future of tin appointee tinder fire
instead of his past. Tho route to such
n conclusion must bo dovlous. It Is
certainly difficult in vlow of tho man
ner In which tho President handled the
language of his official statement.
Tho question Is often nskod In this
Toirltury, how long residence Is re
quired In Hawaii for tho malahinl
(newcomer) to bo classed In tho ranks
of the kamaalnas (old residents). Tho
urual answer to tho query Is that It
ell depends on which sldo you nro.
Oui contemporary, tho Independent
which dovotcs considerable attention
to thin subject, hns ovolved certain
metes and bounds to estnbllsh llmlta
tions on tho terms:
"And now for our qualification and
division of kamaalna. Firstly, those
l-orn here of foreign parents; second
ly, thoso connected by ties, long rest
fleece, and have raised families of
now Hawallans nnd Intend to end
their days hero; and thirdly, those
who have resided In (ho country up
wurds of ten years at thojoast. Others
than tho ahovo nro tn tho mallhlnl s"t
cgory. So much for that oxpostfioq."
Tho Advertiser says tho Homo Ruic
orators In tho last campaign promised
to restore TTio monarchy nnd free tho
l-;ers. It would Indeed bo difficult to
mine any promlso that was not rr.ndo
1) orators chasing for the ctustro vot
er. And thero wero mighty few ora
tors or voters who did not realize that
these promises were vagaries of cam
paign hot air. Tho voto-gotter of tho
campaign from the nattvo standpoint
van tho Dolo Issue, and. Judging from
(to Governor's published remarks, ho
is doing his best to bavo It carried
ever to tho coming campaign and tho
same sort of a result recorded. Repub
licans are seeking voters from the
present Homo Rulo inalorlty ranks,
lut It will be a small baker's dozen
that will bo gained If ffio Governor nnd
Ms organ contlnuo to class thoso vot
err as silly and childish Ignoramuses.
Ir.roadB on a majority party have yo(
to bo mado by hammering tho follow
ing over tho head. Such tactics solid
ify rather than disperse tho enemy.
WHO WAS UNOOIiSLD?
Despite the sweeping endorsement
given to tlio Dote administration by
President Koosetclt, there Is yet n wide
leeway for The Tribune's belief, that
the First American obtained from the
Grand Hawaiian Oligarch a quid pio
quo for the favor. Already, the dis
patches say, that Roosevelt requested
of Dole that he support municipal gov-
erniiieiH in miiwu... iUU i.opu..M ,
also say that Mr. Dole explained his
past antipathy to such a step and
promised loopirntlon In tha future.
Whether the dispatches arc bona fide
or not, The Tribune will continue to
believe that Theodore ltooscvelt by no
means endorsed Oocrnor Dole's past;
he merely gave him a chance, in tho
two j ears' more of clowning his lif)
woik by making the Territory of Ha
waii an American Territory In reality.
If Dole promised to do so, as he natu
rally would; If he will endeavor to ful
fill his promise, as his advisers seek tn
prevent, The Tribune will render hint
every available assistance and cooper
ation. The Tribune believes In Theodore
ltooscelt, whether he be a cow punch
er In the desert, n Hough Uldcr In Cu
ba, Chief Magistrate In the Wlilto
House or a gupssr at tho 14-15 puzzle
of Hawaii and the Philippines, ltoosc
velt would sooner pluck out an eyo
than endorse n grey beard In Hawaii
If he knew such endorsement meant
the continuance of paternal rule mid
favoritism In n distant province.
wo do not believe that Iloosevrlt en
dorsed Dolelsni. we believe IKifo en
dorsed Ilnoscxclt and promised tn
...... ... , . . .
faithfully execu e his njauly Ideas of
gotcrnniont In this Territory. Wc are
willing to wait and nblde by this be
lief nnd faith. It It Is not well found
ed tlmo will tell
If time proves that the Americanism
of Roosevelt Is incapable of transmis
sion to the Islands of tho I'aclfir, it
will also be proven that Roosevelt Is an
adventurer at homo. If he Is an enemy
to Hawaii, ho Is an enemy to America
and faithless to the Republican party
which has honored him for his stren
uous activities In Its ranks.
The Tribune iloog not believe that
there Is In the make up of Roosevelt,
the faintest modicum of policy or taint
of the self-seeking politician. To nil
appearances he niny have pleaded guil
ty to all tho charges of Imperialism
ever preferred against the Republican
party Hut the end will bIiow that
Roosevelt's Imperialism Is the Im
perialism of equal rights to all men
under the American flag. Roosevelt's
imperialism must mean trial oven tliK
olllclnts of Hawaii, tho Governor,
.lodges, tho Atorney General, the High
Sheriff, the sheriffs nnd their deputlts.
arc the servants nnd not the lords of
the people otherwise Roosevelt will
rome to be on Irrldescent dream, n
Ib a reason wanted? Then It Is this.
There Is no state of semi-martial law
in Hawaii, as In the Philippines to war
rant rigorous or arbitrary official ac
tion. Hy solemn enactment of Con
gress, the Hawaiian nnd every citizen
of the- Republic of Hawaii, who could
read and write the English language,
have been granted tho Inalienable
rights vouchsafed hy the American
If Dole. Governor. If Dole. Attorney
Genernl, If High Sheriff Drown or
Sheriff Andrews or the commonest po
lice subordinate continue ns In the
past, to Interpret their commission of
offlco to mean the bestowal of the mace
of kingship; the badge entitling them
to choose their favorites, they must
listen to a verdict greater than the
voice of Rposevelt. That verdict Is the
expression of the American people on
a question of fair play .
4 I 9
HAWAII COMMIT! ING 6UICIDE.
Editor Evening Bulletin. Time and
nguln, bonn fide and geniilno proposi
tions for tlio promotion of local enter-
pilses to the everlasting benefit of Ha
waii novo been sought, by representa
tives of capital, from tne Mainland,
mil the final efforts to launch enter
prises whlcii arc unable to bo financ
ed through local capital, have been
fiustinted, firstly by tho governing
powers that are unrelenting In opposi
tion and conti oiled by tho sugar octo
I us, and secondly through tho same
power holding tho reins of your main
Industry In their hands.
In condensing tho whole opposition,
ve find upon analyses that tho snme
i-'fks with n flavor of intoteratlon, If
the successes and favors that accrue
do not embrace within their pate some
of thfs coterie.
An Instance of this kind Is to be
fcnml in tho Hllo and Kohnla railway
enterprise, nnd although tho franchise
,inr been obtained through hard and
tortuous pathways, as much and prob
cbiy moro rocky and prickly obstacles
w'll bo encountered In passing through
plantation lands, wfilch nro to be 1m
measurably benefited, as well as tha
country at large through such an en
terprise. In weighing the benefits that nro to
result to Hawaii from outside capital,
wo must consider that Mainland en pi
tal Invested In Hnwall In railways and
other enterprises will in times of de
presslon como to your assistance when
largo bonding propositions of your ng
ileultnral resources, ho they even vnr
led In character, need assistance.
Ihrongh Influence and nsslstnnco ol
IrlenilB tn tho States, having heavy In
M'ttments hero, as for infnco In rail
ways, a good and favorable word can
bo said, as tho life nnd exlstcnco ol
ymr Hawaiian enterprises In ngrlcul
Hire particularly means also tho sue
cess of a railway cntorprlso.
What nro the counter rcsultn II
Mainland capital Is constantly liclnfl
;r'ven nway when seeking Investment,
snd leaves your shores In disgust (
Not only will they redound to your ov
eilastlng Injury for Hawaii's f mil re,
lut theso disappointed capitalists will
tako tho cue, become just fiB learned
as you aro In tho art of misreprcsenta
ADDS 16 TO
In the Chamber of Commerce rooms
jostcrdny afternoon Commissioner
olm Baiiclt of the Louisiana Purchase
jM,.,.m , mrt nl,i, t, Pru:i.Ure ap-
pon,e,i DJ. 0oCrnor Cooper at tl.c
cnpltol reception to Mr. llairctt soeu
after his arrlvnl In the city. Th-to
vcre present at tha mretln.r, the fol
lowing: Governor Co-)per, Commis
sioner llarictt, C. M, i'ooUp J. 11. Alh
crton, W. M. aiffard, J. P. Cuoke, P. A.
Schaofor, II, A. lsenbcrg, J. (I. Spencer,
W. W. Dlmond nnd W. V. HairK U.
1'. Dillingham nrrlvcd a little later on.
The meeting was called to mder tit
nbout 3:45 o'clock by Coventor Coop
er ns chairman. J. G, Spencer was nam
ed the temporary secretary. Qovemoi
Cooper asked Mr. Barrett If lie had
ativthlug to say and the latter answer
ed that Inasmuch us there were seveiui
pit-sent who wcic uot at the last meet
lV. a repetition ol po ,iN n i.i oy hint
at that time might not be amiss.
Mr. llnrrctt began his remarks by re
ferring to States nml Territories of the
Mainland which, on account of tin) la t
that their legislatures do not meet for
a jcar or more, were placed In very
fresh appeal nnce In the courts after a
much the same position as Hawaii with
respect to funds for state and terri
torial exhibits. The speaker referred
paitlctilnrly to Texas which had shown
so much enthusiasm over the exposi
tion proposition that it had succeeded
'"' ipiuju8uiuh nun it nun oueii-L-ui't
, eccllrnK tioo.000 toward the send
ing foith of the exhibit to St Louis
through the medium of n committee ol
citizens. Tho exposition authorities
had been communicated with and a site
for n state building had already been
Mr. H.-yrctt emphasized the fact that
It was necessary for the men of this
Tcrr,lory lntcrtBtcd ,n lc exposition
to organize at once nml get Into com
munkatlon with the exposition author
Itlis. A good location was most neces
sary and this could he had If thcio
wiih n disposition on the part of the
committee to forge ahead. ExhlbltJ
cauld be placed In n tcrillorlal building
or distributed to the proper places lu
tho various bulhllugs. If the former,
no nwai ds could be expected. This wa4
so nt both Chicago and Iluffalo.
Mr. Uarrett next showed the com
mittee n map of the grounds and point
cd out tho place set aside for state and
territorial buildings. Copies were sent
around among the members of the com
mittee for their closer Inspection .
After his talk, Mr. Barrett was asked
various questions which he nnswered
fully nnd satisfactorily. After this,
Mr. Cooper proceeded to name the fol
lowing additions to the committee:
Chamber of Commerce W. O. Irwin,
C. M. Cooke nnd J. G, Spencer,
Merchants' Association P. W. Mac
farlane, W. W. Dlmond and W. W. Har
ris. Uulldcrs' Exchange A. Gartlcy, F,
W. UcardBlco and r. J. Amwcg.
At Large Samuel Parker, Jonah
Kalinlanaole. Senator David Kalau
oknlanl and Governor A. S. (.'leghorn.
On motion, It was voted that tin
above mentioned be asked to becom.
members of the committee which ti
now composed of C. M. Cooke. J. 11
Atherton, F. A. Schnefer, II, F. Dilling
ham and W. M. Olffard.
On motion of Mr. Dillingham It was
decided to write to prominent men on
tho other Islands asking them to ar
range for meetings for the choice cl
three men from each of tlio Inlands to
sene as members of tho gi-ncral com
mittee. A call will be Issued by tin
Governor as chalrmnn of the commit
tee, which will hnvc the result of bring
ing the representative me.i of the other
Islands together for the purpose.
The secretary was Instructed to send
out notices to tho men appointed on the
committee yesterday and then tl,
meeting adojurned to the call of tha
., &, $ ;, ,$, $ :. .. .J. 5 . J. .;. .; y .8. -j j-
lien, of which you nro past masters,
without n doubt.
Tho day is dimly glittering in the
future, when you will need all the
lilends you can possibly niustcr In tha
Mainland of tho United States, to help
yov In tfiu hour of need.
It seems ns though you were placing
n mill stono around our necks, nnd
ni prepnilng to Jump Into tho watery
depths below. Hcwaro of vour hllm
lolly nnd take heed In encouraging
.Mainland capitalists to develop oui
iL-tources and build your railways, In
stead of driving them away.
Witness tho contrast of Cuba to that
of Hawaii and observe what Is trans
p ring. All thiough tho Island of Cu
bn, American railways aro being built
longthwios nnd ciosBways, tho land
owners and residents show a vein of
fa'-slghtcdness, granting tho Investors
(oncesslons ol land Without remuncra
slon, nnd welcoming all progress with
open nrniB. Ponder nud think who'
(ho result of alt this will bo. Tha
handwriting on the wall will soon be
disclosed, nnd tho powers that will pull
for Cuba coming as they do from tha
Mainland, will bo SaniBonlan.
Wo como to your shoro as friends
seeking Investments that will develop
tho Territory, yet wo aro spurned,
dubbed adventurers nnd schemers,
tc nnd aro doomed to disappointment
vlien wo Imagined we enmo to n coun
try American In character and broad
You havo arrived at tho juncture ol
your development nnd nro going to
omfiont a condition when you will
reed many friends, and not keep on
pursuing a course that Is going to
m tko onomles for you.
Theroforo If you nro wlso and can
rot Into tho future, you will rologate
'ho policy of tho past upon tho shelf,
let Mainland Investors havo a chance
to tako a hand In the destiny of Ila
nll, to develop your resources and
push forward your prosperity In which
iiIeo thoy must bo Interested.
Dury your courso of "dog In-thc-man
has been usd for twenty-three years In tho manufacture of
INCUBATORS AND BROODERS
because it has proven superior to nil other kinds. It Is not only truo
that Petaluma Incubators and Brooders aro mnda of the best lum
ber In tho world, Tiut every other article used In their construction
Is of tho highest grade, and ti rreforo theso "Standards of the
World" Incubators and Droodtrn occupy tho snmo relative position
to nit other Incubators and Breeders that tho, mighty California
Redwoods do to other trees.
It Is worth your while to nnd In our Into catalogue "A Bit of
Incubntor History." You may have a calaloguo froo by writing
for It. An Invoice of nssortcd sizes Just received by tho
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO,, LTD.
AftentR fop the Territory of lliiwnli
Pretty nearly ovcrylhlng that you
can think of in tho harness line Is In
cluded in our big display.
Every harness wo sell is a bargain,
nnd we sell all kinds from light track
vudroad to heavy coach nnd team
I arness. Trom no ono elso can you
get the harness value wo give you.
Sole Agents J. A. McKerron's fins
Harness and Horse Boots.
C. F. lierrick
ISS Merchant St., next to Stonjjcnwnld Building.
NEW GOODS IN ALL LINES
OF THE GROCERY TRADE
PER S. S. ALAMEDA
SALTERS' GROCERY STORE
Port Street, above Itcretanta.
PER S, S,
RobtnHon Ulock, Hotel Street.
E. C. WILLIAMS
1120 FORT STREET
ill) TO HUG
Lubcck, atrniany, May 1. At a gen
eral meeting of tho Lubcck bruncli of
Hie I-'ielsliinlgo Pcoplo's party today
i ptopohol was made and widely ap
proved that Pilnco Henry ot Prusola
ihouhl be adopted as a Joint candidate
at the next election of members to the
itelclistng by all tho various parties
cpresentlng tho mlddlo classes.
. . j .g. .j. .j, .j. .$ , .j. a J J ! J 2
?er policy," becnuso you cannot swal
l-j.v It all, anil you and all Hawaii will
)e Umpired nnil Invlgorntcd by now
eailtal and blood.
In the market.
CRAPE SHIRTS. PONGEE
SUITS, direct from the Orient.
OF KIMONAS. - -
SERVICE - -
OFFICE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Pine caskets, shrouds and robes
of every description.
First-class Gmbnlmer from S, F,
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
TEL. MAIN 179.
School For Deaf Mute Children
A school for deaf muto children is
being established In Honolulu, at No,
8 Union Btrcet, by Mrs. Lennto Hop
per Barth, from tho California Insti
tution for Deaf nnd Dumb of Berko-
Mrs. 'Wheeler. Mrs. Barth's mother,
will teach tho LIP LANGUAGE to all
who hnvo any voice.
Terms reasonable Apply for par
AH PAT & CO.,
1250 Fort St. above Orpheum.
AH PAT, export cutter, lafo foreman
I. D. Troglonn. Suits latest styles and
good fit. Cleaning and repairing.
Agents, Brokers and Jobbers.
W, G. Irwin & Co.
Western Sugar Refinery Comtany of
Baldwin Locomotivo Works ot Phila
delphia. Pa.. U, S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cano 8hrodder).Ncw York. U.SlA.
N. Ohlnndt & Co.'s Chemical Fertili
zers. AIox. Cross & Sons' high grade Ferti
lizers for Cane and Coffee.
need's Steam Plpo Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
Pnramno Paint Co.'s P.& B. Pnlntsand
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil,
rnw nnd boiled.
Indurlno (a cold-water paint). In whlto
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
CASTLES COOKE, Ltd
Tho Ewa Plantation Co.
Tho Wnlalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohnla Sugar Co.
The Walmcn Sugnr Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo.
Tho Standard Oil Co.
Tho Ceo. F. Blako Steam Pumps.
Tho New England Llfo Insuranco Co.
Tho Aetna Ftro Ins. Co. of Hartford,
Tho Alliance Assurance Co. ot London.
II. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castlo nrst Vice President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Prcs.
J. P. Cooko Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. It. Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
AGENTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co., Hulku Sugar Co., Pata Plan
tation Co., Nahlku Sugar Co., Klhel
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
Kahulul Railroad Co.,
Wm. G. Irwin & Co
Wm. Q. Irwin.. President and Manager
Claus Sprcckels Vice President
W. M. Olffard.. Second Vice President
II. M. Whitney Jr.....Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross..,v 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.
Hawaiian Agricultural Cn rinVutn
SUcar Plant. Cn.. nnntnpn Hnrrfli- n
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co!
.uukl-u augur uo.,uaieaKaia llanch Co.
Tho Planters' Lino of 8an Francisco
i-scKcis, unus. Brewer & Co.'a Lino of
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson. Mnnaccr: T2. V. vtuhnn
Treasurer and Scrrotnry; Col. W. F.
Allen, Auditor; P. O. Jones, H. Wa-
tcrhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG GO,,
QueenStreet, - Honolulu
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Oas I'nclna fn
Domestic Sowing Machine, Etc.
General Manager of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United States for tho
OFFICE, Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Design your own ledgers, cash
books, etc. K you ero undoctded, we
will help you. That la in our line and
tho PRICE IS RIOHT, at the HVEN
Jr or wi&r-r-yr -v i-w o wtf v rr - aAIT
BISHOP k CO.
Bstubllshcd In 1808.
Transact buslnoai tn nit rtnnnrtmnnla
collections carefully attendod to.
Exchange bought and sold.
Pnmmprptal nn.1 ThviJ...' t ,....
of Credit Issued on Tho Bnnk of Cali
fornia and N. M. Rothschild & Sons,
Correspondent The Bank of Call,
fornla, Commercial Banking Co. of
8ydney, Ltd., London.
... MMU .UU.U tl.UBIOIB UU VU1U
and Japan through tho Hongkong A
auuuKuai uanKing corporation and
Chartered Bank of India, Australia and
Interest allowed on terra deposits at
the following rates per annum, tIz:
Seven days' notice, at 2 per cent
Three months, at 8 per cent
8lx months, at 3 1-2 per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per cent.
Act as Trustees under mortgages.
V-jago estates (real and personal),
Collect rents and dividends.
Valuable papers, Wills, Bonds, etn
received for sale-keeping.
Auditors for Corporations and Pri
BookB examined and reported on.
Statements of Affairs prepared.
Trustees on Bankrupt or Insolvent
OFFICE, 924 BETHEL eTEET.
n SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Deposits received and Interest al
lowed nt 4 1-2 per cent per annum, In
accordance with Rules nnd Regula
tions, copies of whlcu may be obtained
FIRE, MARINE LIFE, ACCIDENT
AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY IN.
Insurance Office, 924 Bethel Street
Claus Bpreckels. Wm. Q. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, : : T. H.
Can Francisco Agents Tho Ne-
rada National Bank of San Francisco.
San Franclsen Thn Mnrf. v.
tlonal Bank of San Franclsro.
London Tho Union Bank ot Lon
New York American Rtrhnns. M.
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Paris Credit Lvonnals.
erlln Dresdner Bank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hongkong-Shanghai
New Zealand anil An.tr, l. n..
ot New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver , Bank ot
British North America.
Deposits recolved. Loans made in
annroved nniritv rnmm.,.i.i ....
Travelers' Credits issued. Bills oX fix-
ColloctlonPromptly Accounted For.
Pioneer Building and Loan
A88ET8, JUNE So, 1601, I80.04M7.
Honey loaned on approved security.
A Baring Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on thn mnnthl. In... II.
Twenty-third Series of Stock Is nnw
OFFICERS -J. L. McLean, Preil-
dent! A. A. Wilder. Vlen Prn.Mnnr.
O. B. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Oear.
. D"lECTORS J. L. McLean. A.
A. Wilder, A. V. Gear, C. B. Gray,
J. D. Holt A. W. Kecch. J. A. Lyte
Jr, J. M. Little, 11. S. Boyd.
A. V. GEAR.
Offlco Hours: 12:30 1;30 p. m.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed nunltnl Tan AAnnftn
Pntd Up Capital Yen l&OOoioOO
iwouucu ruim xen o.tiu.uuu
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
Tho Ttfinlr htiva qnri ranAlve. ,A. t
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
uu uuuerB oi wreuu, ana transacts
general canning business.
On Fixed Per cent
Deposit. per annum.
For 12 munths 4
For 6 month ji
For 3 months j
Branch ot tho Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., lh King Street
AT IIAMOA, MAUI.
Mill Machtnerv. eomntetn nr In nnrt.
consisting of ono 30"xCO" S-roller mill,
H. I, Wits. make. Putnam Enirlnn.
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Parcels of land, Interest In Hul
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