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MA. 1". I'M
(ulclnltij i mist native councils the
Pnther Went'elln nutter has been set
tled with satlsfaulou to all concerned
Further comment Is unnecessary
The small percentage of deaths
among tho plague cases reported ft urn
Silne and Brisbane furnishes ery
interesting dniu as to the lntallly ol
tho disease These figures apparently
show that plague Is not ns unconquer
cd anil unconquerable a the record In
tho Orient indicates.
When simmered down to facts, there
Is a remarkable similarity In the rul
ings of Judge dear and Judge itobln
noil in the Williams cane confession
Hut supposing the judicial rulings were
directly opposite. Is this competent
ground for attacking the Integrity or
legal know ledge oi" either judge?
A government o'flcM reports that
Alaska can support a population of
3.000.0)0 Ab the Philippines nae
good 3 000 000 of Tindcflrnblo popula
tlon the Federal Government might
start an American immigration bureau
with a view jo balancing up now pos
sessions with tbd undeveloped sec
tions purchased In former cxpauslo
Of all the steamships coming It.to
this harbor tho transports hold tho
prlzo for difficulties of one kind or an
other among officers If the friction
docs not exist between dfflccis of tho
ship. It can usiinll) he found between
officers of the troops nnd the ship
Tho cnusc Is past finding cut, except
It be that tlie Federal Government be
fhg new to tire business, has failed to
conduct tho transport service on the
same strict business basis as tho cor
porations The Honolulu taxpajer Is between
tho deU nnd the deep sen cm the
maintenance of tue-eewor system As
ono who assists in paving interest on
tho construction bonds, It Is to his nil
nntngu to hnu the cliargeB on sewer
Ben Ice pay running expenses nnd In
tercst on the bonds Ab n piopert)
nomcr no maintains that sewer
charges should bo either nominal or
nil. Tho expenso of operation anil in
forest on the bonds must ho paid
however There's no eating tlTe cako
and having It even In public Improve
In maintaining rooms open all day
nnd for the greater portion of tho tlnio
having a secretary present to receive
lsitors, the Ilulldcrs' nnct Tradeis"
Exchange has adopted a modern Idea
which ought to bo copied by tho Mer
chants' Association and Chamber of
Commerce In fact "common" Is a
better adjective in this connection
than "modern" It is" iitffli lilt to find
any American cltj of any slzo oi any
pretentions without Its Chamber of
Commerce or Merchants' Association
permanent headquarters comfortably
furnished, arid with somo officer nl
ways on liana to"j-Ke Information Tho
establishment of such headquarters by
tho Ilullders' and Traders exchange
nerves more to make apparent how far
behind the times are our older organ!
Iloer llteraturo describing Hn'isli
outrages and cruelties 1b now being
counteracted by a scrlcB of letters KMit
to majors of tho world's leading clt'cB
In which reputable Iloer citizens sign
tho following statement. ''Having had
our attention drawn to" ecrtatli state
ments madd In England and on die
f continent of L'uropo, accusing the lint
ish army of barbarism and wanton
cruelty to defenseless women nnd r lilt
dren, wo tako thiB opportunity of pub
lit ly denouncing such statements as
wholly untrue, so far as our knowl
edgo of tho conduct of tho Iirltlsh
troops In this country is concerned
Neither tho Iloer charges nor British
denials aro likely to accomplish oxten
slvo change of heart on the morits or
demerits pf cither side. Tho people
I realize that Iloer and Ilrlton are play
ing at something moro Berlous than
ping pong, and at Its best war Is tell
MAN'S VIEW OF
By Colonel GEORGE RATHBONE DYER, New York.
No business man likes worr, but It
Is nn Inseparable part oi his exist
ence, lie need not look for worry. It
Inevitably comes to him. To wurr
about one's business, and tnen in a
moment forget It all, Ib absolute!) Ini
possible It is not In human nature lo
be able to do so The averago busy
man assuredly wishes It were.
A man's home is what he Ues and
works for, and tho grcntest pleasure
he has In life Is to go home nnd forget
the worries, great or small width or
the heritage of the business man
A man's business is his own and that
of his business associate, and thougn
he cannot help thinking ho can ccr
talnly help talking.
It Is n breach of confidence for a
man to discuss his luslness affairs
with any one, saxc only those who are
He goes to his office rn the morning
nnd transacts his business throughout
the da nnd ns soon ns the office,
door closes behind him he ceases, tho
nretlcall speaking, to be n business
t: :: t: u :: t: :: :: u
lit lief In the wrongdoing of either side
Inlliiemcu hj prejudice of
EASY COIil'OIJATIO.N LAWS.
l'tiblldt) fm coiporutlons is now he
lug suggested as the panncca to pro
tict the lambs from the schemes which
bud men of wealth and bad men with
out wealth work off on the "public from
time to time Public-It) will unqucs
tlonably proxe a ory practical safe
guard, buj the Pederal Ooxcrnment Is
serlousl) handicapped In accomplish
ing positive results when the corporn
Hon laws of Individual States are Mich
ns to mnhe nm the wnj of big ns well
ns hi artless Incorporations
The free and easy corporation lawn . uemniiuing that nnj nctlon on Cuban
of a single State can nnd do orffeet olt-cclllrocl,' be dclaved until lie nnd
tntlnies the rigid requirements found , ,n",or of nkc mluu '" Invcstlgjt
!.. ever other State of the Union. nemnC,p!! Uwt "" ?mcrl" Sugar
Hitherto New Jersey has been the cr a tlTXV'T
, , , , , . ' , er in a great part of the crop aw it Urn;
ihlef offender bnt the race for reve export, and would consequently he tb
nun has overcome Stato consciences ' chief, If not the sole henefklnrv if ..
till now the staid old Stato of Maine
which hns nlwnys been easy with foi
elgn corporations. Is now making a
special bid for the large combinations
Its annual franchise tax liaB been re
duced to 130 on a million dollar corpor
ation West Virginia follows next with
a tax of H10. Delaware $300, and New
Jersej with Its 11000 71 is now re
garded as an expensive center of or
ganization. Tho Maine law governing foreign
corporations is such tnat it Is plain
the State Is merely after revenue The
stock of a corporation may be Issued
for property or services, and the Judg
ment of the directors as to tho value
of the stock is conclusive, the stocK
thereupon becoming fully paid and the
holders being under no personal luihll-,
Ity for corpnrnto debts Tho corpora-
lion may no capitalized originally or
by subsequent Increase to an unlimit
ed amount. No statements of any kind
or lists or stockholders are required
The Incorporators don't hnve to go to
Maine to Incorporate. Maine lawyers
can have corporations ready to do bus
Iness twenty four hours nfter Tho re
ceipt or tho papeis None of tho ill
leitors or officers except tho clerk,
whom the Mnlne lawjers will furnish,
n..n.l. !. - ., . .. . . I
needs be n resident of Maine. Direct
ors' meetings ma) bo held out of the
State Tho corporation enn So busl
ness and hno offices In nny part ot
tne world The corporation may begin
nnd continue business with absolutely
no capltol stock paid In.
"In a general senBe," tho Mnlne law
)ers say, "It may bo said that whllo
tho laws of some States, notably Now
Jersey and Delaware, limit the corpor
ate powers to those expressly granted
by tho statutes, Malno corporations
can TIo not only what tho statute ex
pressly permits, but ifisb whatever it
does not forbid "
While any Stuto of the Union prac
tically puts n premium on corporntlrns
of Immcnso capital stock "floated on
a shoe-string," endeavors of other
States or Federal authority to guard
against dishonest manipulation aro
serlousl) handicapped, to eay'fho least.
GETTING THK IMWGBANT6.
The Immigration bureaus of Westorn
lallroad lines hno complied some lory
Interesting stullatlcs dealing with the
number of Immigrants landing at New
lork and their ulstrlttltton throughout
tho country During 1900. 371.C99
aliens and 31,792 citizens of the United
States landed In New York as steerago
passengers In 1901 thero were 412.416
alii ns and 2G,4b2 citizens.
New York naturally takes tho larg-
est share oX these Immigrants, though
tho gains aro being made In Western
Stutes Now ork took 1C4.127 In 1900,
and 152,359 In 1901 while in 1900. 4,955
went to Minnctota and In 1101 this In
creased to 558S North Dakota took
on averago of Juoo Tor each of tho two
yeais. South Dakota about the rnmo
number nnd Montana nbcuflOOO each
year. Tho largest nronorllonnl iralm.
wore mado In Washington nnd Oregon.
Tho proportion of tho total Immi
grants tho Western States recelvo Is
small, but tho significant ftnturo Is
that tho WeBt Is making stendy nd
vnnco over previous ) ears Tho class of
people is whnt Is known In Hawaii as
the small farmer, Europeans seolclng
homes In the now country TNj secret
tit tho Wostern gain Is In tho etdeavora
Ills uptown lite and his downtown
life arc quite distinct. He docs not
permit tho former to Interfere witlH
the latter, nnd what Is sauce for tho
goose should be sauce for tho gander
In my opinion, a man Tins no right
at all to discuss business matter) at
A business man has quite sufficient
to think nbout during the dnj ond quite
enough matters to discuss without do
Ing so nil the eenlng as well,
Resides, the strain of business In
these ilas of competition nnd hustle
Is so socrc that It would be highly
detrimental to him phslcnlly were he
not to enJo the relaxation which bis
home affords. He goes homo to rest,
nqt to wont, and though the Impres
sion left upon his mind by the exents
of the dn cannot be entirely obliter
ated nt home, yet they can be so osi-o-elated
with other more pleasant
thotights that they ccaBe lo worry.
Office life Is one pharo of a man's
exlstcnco nnd home 7!e is another,
each has its own sphere from which
It should nexer bo permitted to stray
n :: :. . ,. ,. ,,
lot the Western States, assisted b tho
transportation companies to turn tho
tide of European Immigration fiom the
beaten paths of Now York, Now Jm
sev Massachusetts, Connecticut nnd
tho Middle West to tho broader hut no
less prosperous flclos of the Par West
What the people of Washington rnd
Oregon nre doing the piople of Hnvvall
can acroniplrttii If we will hut set nbout
it in tho same tenacious and lgoious
WHO OWISS TIIH CUHAN SUGAR
New York Sun
With the barking of some other prac
ticed obstructionists Senator Tellnr u
, reduction In the lute of dut
i Senator Teller nnd the others of like
' '"" """' investigate until sugar
cllans" lo Ealt without finding a mode
.mvui, uiaiuiercsicu, truthful and
"'"'""J "iiorineii witness on this
point than the present representative
of tho United States In the Island, the
Military Governor of Cuba.
Only a fortnight ago Gen. Leonard
Wood. In nn odlclal letter to the Secre
tary of War, submitted exactly the In
formation which Mr. Teller Is so
nnxlous to acquire. Ho wrote from Ha.
ana as follows, on April 9.
"A largo portion of the grinding sea
son has already passed, and the delay
In taking final action upon tho question
of reduction of tho duties on sugar ha,
resulted In the accumulation In the Isl
and of an enormous quantltv of this
Product, held almost pn.ir.ii '
peatedly shown, hj the planters and the
Cuban ea crs , WBW. The in.
Is so considerable that the) must com-
highly probable that the throwing upon
tie market of this enormous quan Itj
of sugar will result In prices being re-
the benefit granted, Is an) Is granted,
wl be lost to the ptenlcr ,, ,
arge sugar refineries will be benefited
JU other words, tlm ,i,.i. ....
rending the Investigation of tho '..!.,.
Of ailfn.. I.. r.... . . v annus
"f sugar In Cuba Is nlmin,. ,n..,
Into the hands of the Sugar Trust vZ
nreh making little or no effort to n v
'"zlng that the markeUsZnl,o
iuBr" "lr, tUe C"rmo1'8 a v "
tho market." 'D' '8 ,,,rnn "',on
Senator Teller's demand for the In
estlgatlon of an nllcged stnte of affairs
which does not exist might he Inter
preted by the uncharitable as an erforf
for delay In order to bring nbont that
erj-Btnte of affairs.
If tho so-called Sugar Trust were
really aiming to secure for itself tne
benefits of reduction which ought to go
to the Cubans, such a moo for post
ponement of action ns Mr. Teller advo
cates would plainly be in Its Interest.
A JAPANESE VIEW.
(Hawaii Shlnpo J
Japan Weekly Times writes about
tho Japanese laborers hero, sa)lng,
"A man's wages nro $18 a month and
.. ",.,,, n ,,,, ,,ul us ,uie rest a
week In tho month and spend much
on their living, their remittances homo
aro quite Insignificant." The real trcu
bio with them, nowadays, they work
a week and spend tho rest of tho
month In looking for better Jobs. Sliico
they aio no longer bound by tho punnl
contract us of yore, they quit their pn
slllon on any slight excuse, and nover
hold a situation for any length of hmo.
No wonder thnt thoy have not enough
to spare to romlt homo. Liberty when
miscarried Is often worse than slavery
and. truly, tho abolishing of tho labor
contract system hero has so far pro
sented u most disastrous consoquenco
so far ns money saving Is concorncd,
not only to tho laborers, but nil con
cerned. WHERE IS THI1 nXCIIAINGB?
Editor Evening niilletin- I fall to
see anything said about Japaneso lay
ing tho cement sidewalk around the Ni
val Station, or nbout Japaneso setting
the curbing around tho Territorial
government lot mnuka of T H Davlcs
A Co 's wnrchouso on itlchnrds street
Where Is tho Ilullders' Exchange?
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T THURSDAY. MAY 15, 1902.
Poultry - Supplies
has been used for twenty-three ears In tho manufacture of
INCUBATORS AND BROODERS
becauso It has proven superior to all other kinds. It Is not only true
Ihnt Petaluma Incubators nnd Ilroodcrs nro mndo of tho best lum
ber In tho world, but every other nrtlclo used In their construction
Is of the highest grade, nnd tl crcforo these "Standards of tho
World" Incubators nnd Ilroodtrn occupy tho samo relative position
to nil other Incubators and Diocders that tho mighty California
Redwoods do to other trees.
It Is worth jour while to rend in our late catalogue "A Dlt of
Incubator Hlstor " You may hao a cataloguo freo by writing
for It. An Invoice of assorted sizes Just received by tho
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
AjJcntH for the Territory of llmvnll
This is an " IDEAL " PHAETON
One of an " IDEAL " Line
Built after an " IDEAL " Design
Sold at an " IDEAL " Price
C. F. Herrick
ISS Alcrohont St.
FELS NAPTHA SOAP
WASHES CLOTHES WITHOUT RUBBING
REMOVES ALL GREASE AND PAINT STAINS
SALTERS' GROCERY STORE
Within the past few days challenges
from the track teams of the different
schools In town have been flying about
thick and fast. Tho following from
the I'unahou school speaks for itself: J
I'unahou School, May 11, 1902. I
To the Captain of the II, H. S. Track
Dear Sir We, tho members of Pu
nahou school track team wish to run
ngaln with jour team on the 17th of
Ilk OV U. 111. DMUIJJ 41 X tlllUIIUU
College grounds. We wanted to lm
a track team before wo play ball. Wn
members would like to havu a truck
team this Saturday and baseball on ths
24th of May,
Answered It as soon ns you cm If
)ou agieo with the challcnc Plrasu
answered It, If you don't agree ausw ru
ed It alto.
The following spoitB nro: rift)-ynrd4 '
dabh Ho Sin, Hobt, Wilcox, John
Coanut, Lemon. Ilroad Jump: Ho S5lu,
High Jump, Ho Sin, Lemon, Richard
Pole vault Ho Sin, Lemon, Hlchurd,
Tal Chan. Stilt put Ho Sin, Tal Chau,
Lemon, Richard and Coanut. One hun
dred )ard dash Ho. Sin, Itobti Wil
cox, John Coanut. Two twenty )aids
dash Ho Sin, Wilcox, John Coinut,
Lemon. Tour forty yards Wlkox, Al
bert Coanut, Adolph, Albert. Eight
eight) Adolph, Albert, Coanut, Hitch
cock, Oliver, Philip Hall Ilelny ruco
tenm of four bo)s, ojio mile Ho Sin,
Wilcox, Coanut, Oliver, Adolph
If your boys wanted ono mile race
we ngno It also hut we don't wanted
nny outsuto bojs or too hig of a boy to
mm If Vll nirrD. . n... .... n.nn.nn. '
race If you agree cony our niocrum
on the other pago. When tho S80 or
440 ynrds dash wo sturtcd the Jumping
at the samo time,"
The High School team by Its cap
tain, James Lucas .icplled to the chal
lenge as follows,
Honolulu, Oah.ii, May U, 1902,
To tho Captain P. T. T.
Wo tho unilei signed mcmbeis of tho;
Honolulu High School track team ac
cept our challenge. It would not be I
convenient for nur memhor m hum n.o I
sports run at Punahou grounds this
Saturday We wish to havo tho Bports
to Btancnwnld Building.
run off at Kaplolanl l'ark nnd not at
Punnhou. If It would bo convenient
for )ou to have It come off on the 24th
It would be satisfactory to us.
All entries will be closed nnd handed
to the Judges three das before field
You will seo our program on a sep
arate piece of paper. If all this Is
satisfactory please answer promptly.
JAMKS A. I.UCAS.
The High School team Is ns follows:
K. Ting, Dald Center, H. Akl, It
Clarke, J. I.ucns, G. McCorrlstou, B.
Desha, K. Davis, M. Tcrrerla, K. Gay,
D. Sherwood, II. Chilton, E. Chlng, H.
Williams, Sltaro, M Aharez, J Nott,
ADVICE TO MISSIONARY STONE.
E'len Stone, Oh, L.len Stone,
You'ro coming home, they say.
To tell us of tho bandits bold
In far Ilul ga ilay.
They say )ou'll take the lecture field
If wo hawi got tho price
To pay to hear youi narrative
Hut, hero Is somo advice.
Ellen Stone, Oh. Ellen Stone,
As soon as )ou may land
You'll find tho Sunday editors
About on every hand.
They'll tempt you with alluring teles
Of pictures largo nnd nice;
Of color sections ilch with red
But, hero Is some ndvleo:
Kllcn Stone, Oh, Ellen Stone,
Wherever )ou may look
When you arrive, jou'll seo a man
vwio says "Now wrlto a book."
"u'" ,n" to jou of copyright
In phrases that entice
. .1 ... . . '
iiu ieu you of tho fortune n,.i
Hut. hero Is somo a!i(o:
nilen Stnno, Oh. Ellen Stone,
Tho sobor mngnzlnes
Will nslt jou for snmo articles
On "Cnpthcs' Slchia fln,i c.
e ransomed you, Suss Ellen Stone
iThn linHJlt .... .1 '
Won hZZ , . P '
. , 'Cnrd enousl1 about "
"n" "ero Is somo advlco;
Agents, Drokers and Jobbers.
W, G. Irwin & Co.
Western Sugar Hennery Company of
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Pblla
dclphln, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder) .New York, U.S.A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fnrtlll-
Alex. Cross & Sons' high grade Ferti
lizers for Cano and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
ParafTlne Paint Co.'s P.& D. 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
The Ewa Plantation Co.
Tho Walalua 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. Dlalto Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance Co.
Tho Aetna Tire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
Tho Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
ALEXANDER & BALDWINLtd
II. P. Daldwln President
J. B. Castle First Vlco President
W. SI. Alexander.. Second Vlco Prcs.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. R. Carter Auditor
Sngar Factors and
AGENTS for Hawnllnn fnmmerMnl e.
Sugar Co , Hulku Sugnr Co., Pala Plan
tation uo, Natilku Sugar Co, Klbel
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
Knhulul Railroad Co,
Wm. G. Irwin & Co
Wm. G. Irwin. .President and Managor
uiauB sprecKeis vice President
W. M. Gtrfnrd..Sccund 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.
Hawaiian Ai?Hr-ii1iurai nn nni..i.
Sugar Plant, Co, Onomcn Sugar Co,
" augur uo , waiiuku sugar Co,.
Makce Sugar Co .Haleakala Ranch Co..
Tho Plantern' I.fnn a Qnn Tmi..
PuckctB, Chas. Brewer & Co.'s Lino of
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C. M. Cooke. President; George
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop
Treasurer nnd Secretary; Col. w. F.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, II. Wa
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO.,
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolso Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
General Manager of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United States for the
OFFICE, Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Deslirn Tour nwn TAdt,a,n ..i.
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books, etc. If you are undecided, we
win neip you. That is In our line and
the PRICE IS RIGHT, at the HVEN
BISHOP & CO,
Btubllshed In I8S8.
Transact business in all department
oi Hanking. v
Collections carefully attended to.
Exchange bought and sold.
.S?mmfr.clal ?nd Travelers' Letters
of Credit Issued on The Bank of Call,
fornia and N. M. Rothschild & Sons.
Correspondent The Bank of Call,
fornia, Commercial Oanklna Co. of
Sydney, Ltd., London.
Drafts and cable transtera on China
and Japan through tho Hongkong ft
Shanghai Banking Corporation and
Chartered Bank of India. Australia and
Interest allowod on term deposits at
tne following rates per annum, vis:
Seven 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,
v-jage estntos (real and personal).
Collect rents and dividends.
rectl'forTSeZ'g. Dnd8' et'-
Auditors for Corporations and Pri
Books examined and reported on.
Statements of Affairs prepared.
Trustees on Bankrupt or Insolvent
OFFICE, 924 BETHEL STREET.
n WINGS DEPARTMENT . .
i j . i uu interval al
lowed at 4 1-2 per cent per annum. In
accordance with Rules and Regula-
tlOfts. cnnlen nf wMn.. .... i ...,-
FIRE, MARINE LIFE. Arrincwi
AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY IN.
SURANcr rnMiii:ce .iivim
Insurance Office. 924 Bethel -..
Wm. Q. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, ; : T. H.
ftn CrI... a . .
--.... i.niKg ngenis -jne Ne
vada National Bank ot San Francisco.
Man ChhIm. mi.- .
..-..w,.tu imo nevaaa r
Uonal Bank of San Francisco.
London Tho Union Bank ot Lon
.. New York- American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
erlln Drcsdner Bank!
Honqkona and Yokohama Hon
kong-Shanghal Banking Corporation.
. i, """'"u " nu.trai a Hunt
ot New Zoaland.
B,y'iVh0r nd Vancouver Bank ot
British North America.
DepoBlta received. Loans made in
approved security. Commercial aid
Travelera' Credits iuued. Bllla of Ex-'
change bought and aold.
Collections Promptly Accounted Foi-.
Pioneer Building and Loan
A88ET8, JUNE 8u, 1801, 180,041.37.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Saving Bank for monthly deposit.
Hotlses built nn th m.nihi. ,V1 ' .,
ment plan. " """"
nn!leJlt7Ull, Seriei of st0 ' nnw
OFFirnnnT t ....
dent; A X7 Wilder! Vice .1
&,.r T"rer; A. V. Gear',
DIRECTORS J. L. McLean A
A. Wilder. A. v n-.' A1 Ciiea'
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Jr, J. M. Little, H. s. Doyd. '
A. V. GEAR,
Office Houra; n.-ao i : s01'
The Yokohama Specie Bank
MCflb0 c?P"l"...Ten 14.000,000
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general banking business.1 "U"""
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For 12 months 4
Branch of the Yokohama Bpecle Bank.
new iiepuDiic Bid., lh King Street
FOR SAI R
AT IIAMOA, MAUI.
Mill Machinery, complete or In part,
consisting of ono 30"x60" 5 roller mill,
H. I. Wks. make, Putnam Engine.
Vac. Pan, Double Effects, Clarlflers,
Centrifugals, Vnc. Pumps, etc., etc.
Parcels of land. Interest In Hul
Lnnds. Hnnaoa IVn.l. ai n .
.. , .HVH, ,,u,,v niiimuis, carts.
Harness, Plows, Tools of all sorts
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Honolulu. w. w.
Dated Honolulu. March 4th. 1902
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