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SUNDAY HULLKI IN. MOntlMM.tl M.- 1.. BOINUA1", JWK I. !!".
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd;,
NKW BUILDING, CORNIiR PORT AND KING STREETS.
AT LESS THAN COST
Fine WINDOW SHADES
on Hartshorn rollers at 00
They aie odds and ends.
or some we hao ten or
twelve of one kind, and of
others only two or three
The Hartshorn rollers
themselves" sell for 50
cents, hence you Ret the
shades for nothing.
We wunt to sell them.
mi they're yours for 50
FURNITURE CO., Limited
. PROGRESS BLOCK.
DO NOT DELAY
the purchase of a house lot In
fit est suburb of Honolulu.
The remaining lots In KAIMUKI
TRACT arc now being sold on the In
$20 cash upon signing agreement
and $10 per month until fully paid.
lots "5x200 and 100x150.
Gear, Lansing & Go
MANUFACTURED FROM PURE
DI8TILLED WATER. : : : :
Delivered to any part ot
city by courteous driven.
Oahn Ice and Electric Co.
TELEPHONE BLUE 1191.
HOFFflAN & nARKHAH.
Ants do, If given the Antollno
treatment. Greatest success
attends use OT this newly dis
covered ant exterminator. If
the pests use It once they n oy
er do again.
In tho pantry Antollno Is
Invaluable as It is not a pnlsos
but has tho desired result.
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Fort St., bet. Queen nnd Merchant
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Everytnlng first-class. Complete line
Key West and Domestic Cigars alwayi
H. J, NOLTE, - Pfoorieior,
P. H. Burnette
79 Merchant Street.
Campbell Dlr.ck. Ground Floor.
Real Estate and Conveyancing, Insur
ance and Collection, Notary Public.
might In- wllhln reasonable limita
tions, a very agreeable exorcise It you
choose the right mower. Wo carry the
ROYAL BALL BEARING
PENNSYLVANIA and the
V have them from $4.30 to $20 nnd
linu gross catchers to adjust to an)
Winners of Prize Drill
REWARDED WITH MEDALS
Speeches By Major Wilson, Fred
Young, Prof. Richards and Others
Farewell to Rev. John
Tin llo.vs' llilgnde club room In Pa
lama was t-rowilid last night with boys
who i nine to witness "the presentation
or banners and medals to the Kukauko
lios who on l'rlila) won both the
prize ill 111 anil the Held dav fur whlih
these prizes weie awarded.
The cv-iiIsoh begnn at about S
u clock with the singing ot the Brigade
song li all those present. Next the
Kainehamelia Glee Club sang a selec
tion of popular Hawaiian songs, which
ieceled so muui applause that an en
lieue had to be gli n. "America" was
then sung by the entire assemblage.
The Kaknuko quartet played Sousa's
"Stars and Stripes Forever," whlili
was also miii'il applauded.
Major Wilson then ascended upon
the platform to announce the ns:ll of
the dillllng which, on nc count of the
closeness of the results, could not bo
announced on Friday. The seme was
counted on a basis of 10b, 50 points
being counted for marching. 20
points for the manual ol arms. 20 for
iittchtlon and 10 for alignment. Alter
pointing out the mistakes made by
both sides, he announced Hint the Kn
kaakos had won through the hare
work done by them. The points were
counted us follows:
Marching .. ..
The banner was then piesi.:itril to
the coinpan by Major Wilson and loud
chrers for KnKaako rang nut from nil
sides. The captain of the Kak.iaku
company (lien called for thiee cheers
for the deefated Pahuuas, which were
glw-TT with full olces.
The Kamehanieha Glee- Club next
gave u very comic ul uud well rendered
song In Kngllsh. This wns followed
by an Instrumental he-lcctlon by the
Itev. J Wulilron then announced the
results of the- Held day ee-nts and pie
scntcil the medals to the wlnueis.
Fred Young, physical director wf
the Y. M. C. A., spoke next. He te
minded his hearers that there were
three impoitnnt things to be remem
bered In athletics. One thing was to
remember that one must not think
that "we are it." The second thing
to be learned In athletics is telf
contiol A man must tinln und te
noiiuce many plensuies to win nut.
The third thing was determination. A
man must go into n rnco tn win; II he
docs not he Is bound to lose. He Illus
trated his points with stoilcB and ex
ampeti receiving much applause.
The Kamehanieha Glee Club, which
seemed to be one of the npist populni
features on the program, guve uucthei
President Tlieo. Hkliurds, of tho
Hoys' Itiignde, next made a Hhoit'ucl.
dresH commending the work done dur
ing the past year and dwelling tspe
dally upon the fact that there was no
Ill-feeling' between the clubs and no
kicking on the Held. Ho then asked
who had gotten up tho field duy
through his own hard work.
"Mr. Wnldrou," came the lingliig nn
swer from the boys.
"Who changed this place from a
lumber room to u beautiful club
"Mr. Waldron," again came the full
Mr. Hlchards then announced that
Agent Guard of Matson
Line in Town For
HONEYMOON TRIP OF
ROSAMOND NEXT TIME
Master of Roderick Dhu Here as
Expert--Passengers Book for
Coast in Bark From
The llnwall agent of the Matson
Navigation Company. II. T. Guard, nr
rled In town from llllo In tlie ste.i u
er Klnau yesterday afternoon.
'Tc come to Honolulu for picas-
..I.I M r. ..,! Cm 1ll.tnvB uhl.l
line, r.uu .,11. viiim... .1. , tin 1 - on.,.
irlatidlcry on Queen street, whither ho
! had gone to meet some of his acquaint
Mr Guard. however, came tti town
on business as well ns pleasure. He
has business here for the Matsou Nav
igation Company nnd for himself prl-
vntely. Mr. Guard and Captain John
son of the bark Roderick Dhu came
to see about purchasing the gnsollno
schooner Kcllpse. understanding thatl'"'"- t apt, mioert uroKuw.
she was Tor sale. Guard wants a
small gasoline schooner for the Ha
waii coasting trade, he sas.
'There Is a trade on the const of
Hawaii." said Mr. Guard, "(hat calls
for Just such a esscl as the Kcllpse
This Is a private enterprise of my own
and has nothing to cTo wIDi the Matmn
Navigation Company Cnptnln John
son wns coming to Honolulu, so I
asked him to net as an expert and tell
me what he thought of the Kcllpse."
Whether the Hcllpse will be turned
oer to Mr. Gunrd by her present own
cms the Hawaiian Nnxtgatloti Compa
ny. Is not yet known. Mr. Gunrd will
go to San Francisco or send to San
Francisco for n vessel for his purpose
If he does not secure the I'cllpse. It
Is not llktiiy. say the nge-nts of the
Kcllpse. that the vessel will be sold.
"This schooner business of mine
will not compete at nil with the boats
of Wlldei s Steamship Company." mill
Mr. Giianl went on to talk of the suc
cess or me slcainslilp lmtcrprlsc a' an
oil-burner. "The Enterprise Is u splen
did vessel," said he. "and she has norc
than met all our hopes ns au oil burn
er. When she went to the Const last
time she took all the sugar nallalite,
.las" tons, unci she run carry Kino tons.
We will soon haw a tug. something
like the Keller, down from the Coast.
She Is now called the Charles Colin-
eelinun. We- will give her some Ha
waiian name, something nppiopriate to
Captain Johnson of the Roderick
Dhu. who also arrived In tlie Klnau,
Is the older biother of Captain An-
drew 11. Johnson of the schooner fius
nmnnd. The Roderick Dim is in llllo.
The Itosamond Is now In tills port.
The Hoclerlck Dun expects to sail
from llllo about the Kith or this month
with sugar. She expects to he back
In Illici again early In August.
A number or passengers are going
to the Const In tlie Dim. Mr. and
Mrs. Hay Sr .Mr. and Mrs. liny Jr. uud
children. Dr. TJvnns nfTel wife. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Poitei. Miss McVav. Mrs. V,.n
Answult and child and Mr. Hewitt
have alre-ady engngeel passage In thte
The llosnmnnil will also take pas
sengers for San Francisco from this
port. Thirteen persons have already
engaged passage, mostly ladles. In
cluding Mrs. Walker and child and
When Captain Andrew Johnson
brings the Rosamond back to Hono
lulu he will be accompanied by his
bilde. Upon lenchlng the Const, the
genial navigator will become u licnc
diet, marrying u Miss Macdonnld of
llrooklyn. New York. The next trip
of the Itosamond, therefore, will be a
hemeyriiooii tilp and, Incidentally, tho
last trip of Captain Johnson, so he
says, for he Intends to give up the
sen. for some time nt any rate, nnd
Ml Waleiion was going to the Stalei
on tne coming Wednesday and ended
his speech by giving to Mr. Wahuon
the full meed ol praise wMch that gen
tleman has BO fully deserved for his
rultliful work which has met with so
much suecesH. . Tlireo cheers. for Mr.
Waldron wero then called lor and the
i espouse rang out with hearty good
w 111. ( I
The I'alamn tilo then gave a vocal
selection, whereupon Die final number
an the- piogram, a series of stereoptl
con views on tho tempciunte sublect,
liv llev. W. II. Itlce, followed. The bojs
hen trotted home with the feelln,? ol
having spent an enjoyable evening.
Tho Globe Navigation Company's
Me.imer Tnmplco will leavo for Kahu
ul for a load of sugar on Tuesday. All
ti eight from the Tnmplco loft on the
Irmgnrd wharf after Monday night
vlll bo put In storago at the owner's
H. W. Foster, Jeweler, IBS Hotel St.
Saturday, May 31
Stmr James Mnki'e, Tllllett, fiom
Anahola, at 10:13 a. m with 1800 bags
of Biigar and 1000 bags of rice.
Stmr. Klnau, Freeman, from IIIlo
and way ports, at 1 p. m.
Sir. I.ehua, Naopala. from Molokal
Schr. Malolo, from windward Oahu
Saturdny, May 31.
P. M. S. S. Peking, Roblson, for San
Francisco, at noon,
Str. Nilhau, Thompson, for Anahcla,
at 4 p. m.
A.-H. S. S, Hyatles. Garllih. for Ka
hulul to load sugar for San Francisco,
at 9:30 p. m.
From llllo and way pnrts, per str.
Klnau, May 31-11. F. lluslinell. O. II.
Hushmll, llradshaw Sherwood, Mlsi
Julia McStockcr. Miss Mary McSlockcr,
VC- tl Vtalntf f 1 St Inlin I. If
Kentwcll, J. Mcrrlflcld. J. A, Graack.
Mrs. A maimers aim uniu, j. ii. iiom
wcll. J. J. Jaskulck, C N. Spelru, J. I..
Rockwell. J. O. llourko. Geo. Wilson, It.
T. Guard, ('apt. 1'. Johnson, Gen. H.
Robertson. MUs Robertson, 1'. 1.
Woods. Hinry 1'. Hockley, Samuel Par
ker Jr.. Jaird G. Smith, A. V. Gear, T.
I. Lansing. M. HefTern. Geo. GUI and :l
children. J. Hlckey It. Shuvv.T. LnvvMin
J. 11 Clanr), O. M. Atwuid, Mis. O.
M. Atwnrd and ft 4 deck p.isingeis.
1'or San Francisco, per P. M. S. S
Peking, May .11 W. F. Mitchell. W. I!
Hems, J. Humphreys, Charles Hall, K
W. Mitchell. Mrs. 0. II. II. Hnjea. Mrs
S. M. Flack. 11. II. White and wife,
Miss Watts. Miss M. 11. Lewis. J. (
Ilyme. .1. It. Hlgb. Gerald llolllster.
W. T. Kllpatrlck. F. 1). Greany, II. Gar
The Diamond Heads now stnud thii,
undisputed champions of the V M. C. i
A. basketball tournament aer having
. . . . . ... . ., '
defeated the lnterrucdhites to the,
tune of 27 to 0.
The game, which was too one-sldtd
In tnvor of the Diamond Heads to lie
very Interesting, wns well plued. the
winning team showing up In splendid
(mm. which eli'nrlj indicated that Uicy
fully deserved the championship.
The line-up ol the teaniB was a
DlnmouiN llcnds. lutoi mediates.
Hen Clnike Tom Evans
Antoiie Mnnalllnc . M. Keelhu
Robt. MiCoirlstem Paul IVni-hu
John Clarke ('has. Glllllaml
,J Mnrenliino Luther Evuns
In" the second game, between tli
lllue Streaks nnd the Hve O'e locks the
latter team won bj u si ore of 12 to 10.
In this game the teams were more
evenly matched than In 1111- previous
one nnd the garni' was therefore mom
Interesting to watch. Some' good play
lug wus exhibited cm both sides. The
llnc-up of the tenms was as follows:
Bluo Streaks. Five O'clocks.
Dan I'alvey Geo. Madelro
A. B. I.M F. J. Russell
W. E. Kerr I. K. Ewallko
Olar 0s I II. Fre-ltus
John I Joy le - Templeloii
Aktnii. a CIiIikh; dilvlng a hack. No.
154. for l.lm Yen. come to grief last
night b attempting to drive his spirit
ed steed while he was under tin- In
fluence or liquor. Ills hnrt? ran uvvuy
on Queen street leaving Aktna, who
tumbled out. on the corner or Punch
bowl street vvhe-ie he wus picked up a
few minutes Inter by J. Rooe, a hack
driver who had been pdsi-ed by Aklua's
hack when It was tearing clown Urn
street. Aklna was taken to the Queen s
Hospital by the patrol wnguu. It was
found that he had lecelved u few
abrasions of the skin and thnt he was
very drunk. The hack and horse were
found on the Heath road by a couple
of native boys who brought It to the
police station. The hack was pretty
COOK'S MUSIC RECITAL.
The monthly recital of the pupils ol
Cook's Music School took place nt
g o5clocTt Inbt night and was attended
l) a large muuber of people. On t lit)
quite lengthy program a number of
rather difficult pieces appeared which
were well rendered, however, without
nuy breaks occurilng. ihe program
Included both vocal nnd liiMrurae-ntal
Not Tommy's Fault.
Mother There were two apples In
the'cupboaid Tommy, and now there
Is only one. How's that?
Tommy (who sees no wny of escape)
Well, ma It wus so dark In there I
didn't Bee the other.
"Helen, I haven't heard Brother
Johnny for nn hour. Go and tell him
to stop nt once." Life.
Don't forget Camarlnos of the Call
fornlt Fruit Market when you want
fruit and vegetables. He nlwa.s baa
on hand a fresh supply of both '"-illfor-nla
and Island frulU Telephone Main
If you are guffer'ng with so'c fret
or n lame back or ht.vt rheumntii'
nnlns of any kind call on D. M. Thomii-
ion nt 11 Garden I.ano nnd he will cure
you for u reasonable compensation,
For Wnnt Column See Page Six
WANTED Young lady waitress for
counter lunch room. Dlmo Lunch.
Fort St. 2160-21
FOR SALE Furniture of five room
cottage, plants, etc.. In desirable
part of Vineyard St . parties going
nwny; will sell fir $75. Address M.,
Uulletln office ' 2K2-2t
FOR SALE Pony and carriage. For
further particulars or view, enquire,
of J. C. Qtilnn. Territory Stables.
The Palace Grill
DICK DALY, Proprietor.
HONOLULU, JUNE I, I90
TABLE D'HOTE DINNER
Cum i inme K a)
I Itet of Sute, Tartar Se-ice I'.hiimici Julienne
ejuren Olleen Civile cm T,i ul KailUhe
llreen Turtle; St lie ttilli Vliiiiu-mi)
H-v-f l ll Mo,lt
-'4rric;tin, RiUlerSltiie Clree-l l'ea
Trim Reel, au Jen
Muffeil Voutiij Tuilc-y, Crantietr) Siuee
V.mli lie Cream
' sH'li Mum Pudding Hard and llra.Hl, Sauce
"irlej CaVe. Slrlieee RaMin
C ieim Clie-.e Nut. c'ortM Cale Voir
Tei I e.Te:a
Dinner from S to 8--7i centa.
There has been quite a good deal of
iietlvlty on the tra. k during the Inst
lew du)s The Eleventh of June Is np
proa'hlng and coming events are cast
ing their shadows before them
Waldo J. worked a couple of slow
heats yesterday Flually Qtilnn, who
was elilvlng him slatted to supit Wal
do with the result that the horse fell
down starting an old Injury to one ol
his legs again
Qulun's black horse. Cyclone, will
haidly be run as he has a bad leg. Hu
was very lame yesterday.
In the afternoon J. Callahan worked
Edna G. some very good miles. .Edna
U, Is a candidate for the free-for-all
and will take Wildo J. and Way boy
down the stretch as fast as they can
Suamplotv, driven by Jack Gibson, Is
lit to run the rj-e of his life. Mr.
Shaw's horse. BUI Lemps. Is In fine
condition as well A. S. Lewis' Oal;
Grove, driven by Dutch Dave who
knows his business. Is also In fine trim.
Yesterday morning General Cronje
galloped two slow heats und worked
a fast quarter
Wayboy wui worked for four heats
and showed up In excellent condition.
The time for three of the heats was
2:30, 2.22 and 2 17
SUPREME COURT DECIDES
KAMAL0 COMPANY PROMOTERS
(Cortmjd from Page 7.)
eel upon them as ,4iKli Huduclurles weie
not discharged by a tailure to Issue a
prospectus and by not misrepresenting
the facts, that they were bound under
the law to disclose fully and complete
ly the fucts, th-xt Frank HuJtnce, J. J.
Egan and Frank H. Foster could not
make a valid agreement with tlie' Ka
main Sugar Company. Limited, at the
time acting In the dual capacity for
the pmmoters and the company,
whereby they as promoters were giv
en a in oflt of $35 000 In cash ami six
thousand share.i of paid up stock, with
out ellscloslng the facts to those inter
ested other than themselves, and ob
taining their consent theieto; that tho
fallen to disclose the facts was a
trauil, whether actual or constructive)
we need not say. on the plaintiffs and
the company, and the agreemeat can
not stand, that In view of this fraud
the defendants were not entitled to
compensation for tholr services and
the plaintiffs are entitled to recover
There may bo some doubt whether
or not Foster was entitled to credit for
$18u for cash paid out, but the plain
tiffs did not appdil from this and are
not objecting to It If this was error
It was olio of which the defendants
have no right to complain.
Tho allowance of fees to the plain-
tln"V counsel sevjms out of proportion
to the services rendered. The major
ity of the court are of the opinion that
under all the facts of the case tho
fcTe Blioiilel bo reduced to $7500. Per
sonally, I think that it should be fixed
The decree appealed from Is affirm
ed, except tho nllowauco of counsel
fees Is reduced from $20,000 to $7500.
George A. Davis. T. McCants Stew
art, F. M. Hatch, B L. Marx, J. A. Ma
goon, T. I. Dillon and J I.lKhtfoot, lot
Til,Ainn p. veril.i.... i.-e..n.. 11nll..
'";"" "'"""""""; """" I For baby carriages and sowing ,a
& McCfannhan nnd F. . Ilankey. forChne8 and stoves and safes, can on
defendants. I Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
Eighteenth Annual Meeting
JUNE llth and 14th, 1902
First Race Union Feed Co. cup: Ono
half mlto dash; purse, $100.
Second Race Trotting and Pacing:
2.30 class; best i tn 3, mile heats;
Third Race Polo Pony Raee, owner
to ride Three-eighths mlto dash;
Fourth Race Walkapu Cup: To beat
Gartellno's time, 1:10: fhrco
fourths mile dash free for nil; purse,
Fifth Race Rainier Cup: Trotting
nnd pacing, free for all; best 3 In C
heats; purse, $150.
Sixth Race Rotlta Challenge Cup:
Freefor all, one mile flash; $50 add
ed If Vlorls time of 1:43 is beaten;
Seventh Race Gentlemen! Driving
Race: One mile; freo for all mem
Tiers of the Jockey Club who hnvo
never driven for a purse, owners to
drive. First prize. $50 cup nnd Too
mey cart; second prize, buggy; third
prize. Bet harness.
Eighth Race Five-eighths Mile Dash:
Free for all; purse, $100.
Ninth Race Oceanic 8. S. Co.'e Cup,:
Three-fourths mile; Hawaiian bred;
Tenth Race One and One-Fourth Mile
Dash: Free for nll;"pursC, $200.
RAGES JUNE 14th
First Race Flve-Eelghtht mile Daih
Free for all; purse, $700.
Second Race Trotting and Pacing,
2:14 Class: Rest 2 In 3 heats; purse
.Third Race Hawaiian Jockey Club
Cup: To be won twice by snmo
owner or stable: one nnd one-half
miles, free for all; purse, $160.
Fourth Race California Feed Co.'a
Cup: Hawaiian bred, trotting and
pacing; best 2 in 3 heats; purse,
Fifth Race Three-Fourths Mile Dash:
Free for all; purse, $100.
Sixth Race Trotting and Pacing, 2:24
Class: Rest 2 In 3 heats, one mlto;
Seventh Race Primo Cup: Handi
cap, one mile dash; free for all;
All races to be run or trotted under
the rules of tho California Jockey Club
and the National Trotting Association.
Alt riders nnd drivers to appear In
At least three to enter and two to
All horses arc expected to start un
less withdrawn by 9 o'clock a. m. on
the day previous to the race.
Juno 11 General admission, 50
cents; grand stand, mauka side, $1.00;
grand stand, makai side, 50 cents.
Juno 14 Admission, including
grand stand, $1.00.
Program subject to change.
Entries close June 3, 1802, nt 4 p. m.(
with tho secietnry at C. It. Collins'
C. L. CnATHTE.
Secretary Hawaiian Jockey Club,
S. S. SIERRA, May 27,
Next Express Steamer to Coast.
Wells, Fargo & Go. Express
i cl, iviHin ivy.
Masonic Temple, with AmerloJn
SUNDAY, JUNE I, 1008
Cino!iiii!f ill ll.iiK C'ri'-icn if ()tf r
tjueen Otico. R.iiliklii Ccler)
Aikhuvlei on Tua.t
HuilVil Sal mm i, Kftn and Pmlr) Since
rric.eiidc.iii ul Veil, eeitle Olites
Scramlilcd CaliriRrJlnionToatt, New Y"rliSl)le
nncaj'.Ie frlttm. Champagne Sau e
Spanish Macaroni an t Cheese
Sprini.-CliUl.eii a la MiriUi.J
Sitluht of Heef, Hrcmn rotat.jet,
Cauliflower Grean JVas Ma-vhtM, I'oiattMj:
Com n the Cob
Shrimp, MayomuUe I clime SaUi)
KmkIMi I'limi rud.lirij; Hard and Brand) Same
Straw Iwrry Jeli Lemon Ke Cream
AuiU'd German Cakei
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BotablUhed In 1858. I
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Exchange bought and sold.
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fornia and M, M. Rothschild & Sons,
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Sydney, Ltd., London.
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Twelve months, at 4 per cent
Act as Trustees under mortgages.
V-jage estates (real and personal).
Collect rents and dividends.
Valuable papers. Wills, Bonds, e'.,
received for safe-keeping.
Auditors for Corporations and Pri
Books examined and reported on.
Statements of Affairs prepared.
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AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY IN-
Insurance Office, 924 Bethel Street
Wm. Q. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
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rada National Bank of San Francisco.
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Deposits received. Loans made in
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Collections Promptly Accounted For.
Pioneer Building and Loai
ASSETS, JUNE W, 1801, W0.O4J.37.
Moaertloaned on approved security.
A Saving Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on the monthly install
Twenty-third Series ot Stock Is n-
OFFICERS-J. L. McLean, Presi
dent; A. A. Wilder, Vlco President;
O. B. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Oear.
DinECTOR8 J. L. McLean. A.
A. Wilder, A. V. Gear, O. B. Gray,
J. D. Holt, A. W. Keech. J. A. Ly.e,
Jr. J. M. Little, H. B. Boyd.
A. V. GEAR,
Offlca Hours; 12:301:30 p. m.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Ten 14,000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,000
Reserved Fund Yen 8,710,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
The Bank buya and receives for col
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
ind Letters of Credit, and transacts a
general banking business.
On Fixed per cent
Deposit. Per annum.
For 12 months 4
For 6 months xi i
For 3 month 3
Branch of the Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., 11. Kine Strw
AT HAMOA, MAUI,
Mill Machinery, complete or In part,
consisting of ono 30"x60" 6-1 oiler mill,
H. I. Wits, make, Putnam Engine,
Vac. Pan, Doublo Effects, ClartOers,
Centrifugals, Vac. Pumps, etc., etc.
Parcels of land, Interest In Hul
Lands, Houses, Work Animals, Carts,
Harness, Plows, Tools of all sorts.
For particulars, apply to MIL J. XI
MYERS, Manager, at Hamea, Maul, of
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, tl a year.
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