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Postutflce Dox 718
JUNE 5, 1UU2.
What mocker to ea) that snaUos
will be barred from the Hawaiian Isl
auds while the saloons continue to do
Senator Hanna snyg tne newspwpers
are all rifht. It would bo unwise for
Senator lianna to say an) thing to tnu
May it I. lease tho court, and If It is
not contempt, what has become of the
latest struggle of the Supreme Court
with babel corpus proceedings?
Speaking of unnecessary officials,
who does the real Tork ol tho Attor
ney Central a office tho ma who
draws the balary or the small salaried
San Francisco papers say that
Gage's urospects for renominatlon as
(lovernor ot California havn been for
ever destrocI. Gage lias jet to be
Tho ueamshlp companies that nro
holding up tho Merchants' week plans
are furnishing au example of contrnrl
ness that liellOB Honolulu's reputation
lor broad-minded, energetic progress.
Chicago has a third rail electric road
for subtii oan travel tnat will maintain
u speed ol 100 miles an hour. Should
a collision occur on tho road the de
struction will be as complete as al
Tho Democratic Congressional Com
mlttce is going to send to Cuba In
search ..f campaign material In the
way of frauds. It Is another way of
saying that the Democrats are might)
hard up for a bone to elicw.
Santos-Dumont having become en
gaged to be married, evidently has an
Idea that his balloon Is not like other
balloons, and that his family will en
joy a hanpler pastime than picking up
big fragments by the basketful.
Senator Hoar can always command
nn attentlvo audlenco for his Senato
rial Bpeexiies, but It Is rather a sad
commentary that his opinions seldom
foreshadow tho way the votes will bo
cast when tho decision Is registered.
Mary Elizabeth Lease has at last so
cured a divorce nnd Is now free to
delve In politics to her heart's con
tent, rhero Is no record that Mr.
Mary Elizabeth Lease Is In sack-cloth
and ashes In consequence of the court's
When drawing comparisons with a
monarchy, tho American who has to
apologize for his nation's form ot gov
ernment, which is nothing moro nor
less than government ot, by and for
tho peopl?, has good reason to regret
that ho was ever born.
Every citizen of tho Territory with
real or perfunctory Interest In small
agricultural Interests should read of
what Mr. Mclntyro has accomplished
with tho vanilla plant at Mr. Damon's
Moanalua gardens. Mr. Damon calls
Moanalua his plaything, but under tho
direction of men high In their profes
sion he is developing a lino of experi
mentation that will havo a powerful ed
ucational force, If the people will but
strive to learn. ' '
The case now on In tho Iowa courts
against a Napoleon of finance who
floated all manner of corporations on
a shoestring furnishes a beautiful ex
ample of llacoum's old saying that tho
peoplo Illto to Vo humbugged, Tho
young man had nothing to start with
but magnificent nerve. Ho HSgan ad
vertising in a small way and finally got
In enough money to spend thousands
of dollars for tho publication ot self
laudatory nrtlclcs In roptitablo jour
nals nnd explaining tho moncy-ma'slng
features or properties ha didn't itwn.
Ah usual, It wob tW peoplo with llttlo
money to IhvoBt wno wore swindled
The lessin of this Incident Is an old
one, yet ivery generation has to learn
THE WORK FOR INDUSTRIAL PEACE
By SAMUEL QOMPERS, President A merlean I (deration of Labor.
The whole struggle of the human fa- economic and social conditions admit
rally has been to secure a better condl- f """Wdual action, that it is the Ideal
., . .... , situation,
tlon for those who work. In the early Uul whcn wc ,, on (nc onc ,mn(1
history of man, when his tools of labor great concentration of wealth and pow-
were Identical with his weapons of of- or, accompanied by a marked conccn
fense and defense, the wars of conquest tratton of Industry, with the direction
went on, but those captured In battle of the great Industrial and distributing
were not retained by their conquerors, forces placed In the hands of a few, II
they were put to death. Is as Idle for the Individual worker to
The safety of the conquerors de- attempt to obtain redress for bad con-
manded the death of the conquered, dltlons as It Is Impossible for a rssel
They could not be made slaes and to surlo a hurricane without it rud-
forced to work, for this furnished tho der or seamen to guide her.
slaves with the Identical and dnlj wea- What Is necessary Is that the work
pons upon which the conquerors were ers. so far as consistent with their so
armed, and aluavs gave the conquered olnl and political liberty, shall mergn
an opportunltj for their freedom. I their economic Interests with those ol
It was a marvelous n chance that dlf- their fellow-workers, and by that mcth
fcrentlatcd the weapon of war from the od cndenor to obtain consideration fot
tool of labor The first step In the ill-, the rights of both the elements In pro
rccllon pointed the way to the farthest ductlon.
and most effectual step In the history I In our Industrial system of society 1
and development and the progress and
the civilization of the human family.
When that differentiation took place,
the captlcs were no longer put to'
death. They were made slaxes and ,
forced to produce wealth while the con
querors marched in their warlike armor
toward new rouqucsts
I shall not attempt to trace the his
torical development of the worker
struggles for recognition of their
rights, except to say this. That the
change went on from slave to serf, and
from serf to wage-earner: so that now
we find ourselves In the condition
where the wage-worker Is placed In
competition with his fellow wage
worker. It Is the desire of the work
ers to reduce the evil side of that com
petition to its minimum.
In our new twentieth century we are
living in an era of tho highest develop
ment of Industry. Concentration ol
wealth and power Is In the direction ol
securing the greatest production by thn
fewest possible factors. What are
these wonderful productive forces?
The improvement of machinery, tins
division and subdivision of labor, tha
application of new propelling forces ol
steam and electricity and water nil
these great powers and motives and In
fluences converge to onc point of In
creasing the production of wealth by
Let me sa that with even this pic
ture in mind, there ure still some in
our da who speak of the Individuality
of the worker. I grant that where
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SATISFYING I'bKSO.NAL SIMTH.
Still the Advertiser nags at the
judges ol the i-lut Circuit court whuiu
it doesn't like. In tlmates, It says, tnat
ihu Judges have lltwu to do. It Inti
mates, ll KUJB, these Judges uie keep
ing a cUrlcal turce, ballllls and inter
preters jnder pay vvificli common gos
sip says is worso than useless, ll
charges "eMiavugaucu and wuiso.
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cause- ol tl.la continued hammering ol
First Circuit Judges by the morning
organ, the public outcry ngaiusi "ov
iravagnn-.'e and worse" Is heard only In
the columns of tho Advertiser, which
quotes no higher authority for Its at
tack In this Instance than "common
gossip"; which glvcB no more lucid de
monstration of needless extravagance
than Its twn say-so that such Is the
nnsri ,1 hlr.h fnlla tiTlaflv l,t tin, n 1.1 lell
!. . . . i .1 u .1 . .T i.,
or attempt to establish that Its crlti-
clsni Is based on even a suggeslon of
merit. It Is merely keeping up a run
ning fire to keep ucforo the public the
ract that it does not like some ot the
Clicuit Court Judges.
In searching for the reason for all
this the public has not far to go. There
Is neither merit nor Justice In the ar
guments or charges set forth. Thn
whole campaign so fnr as tho Adver
User Is concerned Is personal spite
which has so far warped whatever
Ideas of decency and Justice It may
nave possessed that tile paper voices
no higher Ideals than come from the
inventive mind of tho vicious Mack
guard or the dyspeptic conclusions u(
tho common scold. Tho morning pa
per's attack of today Is on n par with
its silly exhibition 'of a few weeks ago.
when with blatant voice It proclaimed
tho judges as endeavoring to force n
special session of tho Legislature
through the purchase of lounges for
the furnishings of Judicial apartments
If this terrible extrnvnganco and
worso on tho part of two Judges Is of
such a serious character as It Is en
deavored to represent. Is thcro not a
MOSQUITOES AFRAID OF CERTAIN COLORS
Mr, Ilalfour Stewart, a distinguished
Cambridge graduate, has been conduct
ing a scries of exceedingly Interesting
experiments with mosquitoes on the
west coast of Africa, under the auspices
of tho Liverpool School of Tropical
Medicine. He has been testing their
eyesight and their fondness or aver
sion for certain colors.
In a spacious photographic studio a
large muslin tent was set up with one
end against the glass window, through
which tho sunlight streamed. At the
bottom of the tent were some largo
pans for tho anopheles to breed In, and
theso from tlmo to time were removed.
On onc side of the tent seventeen
boxes, without lids, were piled ono
upon tfio other, tho order being chang
ed each day so as to eliminate any j
preference due to position or exposure
to light. Each box was lined with a
cloth, having a slightly rough surface,
not a shiny or smooth one, to which
(i mosquito could easily cling. The ex- j
perlment consisted In counting tho I
number of mosquitoes found In each
box on seventeen different days. The
results obtained were very striking. i
During the seventeen days on which
the counts were made, 108 mosquitoes
were found, In the navy blue box, DO In
would not hae the rights of an cm-
ployer toed with or flagrantly violated.
Also, I will not tolerate, nor stand by
nor permit, so far as my powers and
opportunities may afford, that tho
rights of the weakest of the wage
workers be trampled upon.
There Is In our time, if not a har
mony of Interests, ct certainly n com
munlt of Interests to the end that In
dustrlal peace shall be maintained 1
will not Join I have not Joined In
that hue and cry against combination!
of capital I realize that that Is a mat
ter of economy and development and
Hut 1 do. and I might say It paren
thetically, object to the organizations
of capital popularly known as "Trusts"
when they attempt to interfere with Un
political affairs of our country, an I
particularly the Judiciary. I refer to
them from an Industrial and not n com
mercial point of view.
I want to live to see the organization
of the wage-earners and the organiza
tion of the employers, through their
respective representatives, meet around
the table In the offl.ee of the emplojers
or In the offlce of the union. If jou
please, or. If that be not ngreeable to
either, then In nn offl.ee or n room upon
neutral ground, there to discuss the
great questions of wages and all things
i (insistent with the Industrial ami
commercial siucess of our country
that shall tend to the uplifting of th
human family and the advamement or
(he Industrial peace.
third Judge with a Grand Jury at his
command capable of forcing an invus
ligation of tho purported cumbersome
paraphernalia with which the treasury
is hampered? Furtnermorc, has the
Advertiser ascertained whether tho
Judges themselves whom It dislikes
nre not quite willing to charga any
land all Grand Juries to Investigate thu
l affairs of the court in alt details? This
Mould Indeed be an unusual proceed
"-ling but a Judge of the Circuit Court
I has yet !o bar the door to any man,
I men, official or officials. Indeed, such
action on the part of a Judgu or the
Judges would certainly be no more for
eign to the law or the custom ol the
courts thin the Advertiser bickering is
alien to Cecency, virtue or tho interests
or good government,
Tho exhibition the Advertiser Is
making of Itself In connection with the
I Circuit Court Is nothing more nor less
, , . ,..,.. .
than a ol-iplay of what childish moth
oils, personal spite can lead full grown
men to adopt who arc old enough to
know be,ter. The single gratifying
fact is that the people of this Territory
uuderstand the Advertiser. tTicy fully
appreciate the unjust, narrow, bigoted
character ot the attacking foice and
hnve reached tho point where the
childish vagaries occasion positive ex
pressions of disgust.
The conflict of the Pearl Harboi
championship races with the Honolulu
celebration of the Fourth ought to be
nn easy natter to overcome if the pro
I nioters of the events will take the trou
bio to compare notes. Chances In
time or p'r.ce are possible. Certainly
there oui,'it not to bo any competition
for crowds on the day when all hands
are out to celebrate.
Tho Hawaii Shlnpo tells oT n boycott
Instituted by Japanese against one of
tho local American stores. Tlils Is In
tcrestlng. indeed. The general suppo.
sltlon Is that Japanese do all their trad
Ing at Japanese mercantile houses.
tho dark red box, SI In the reddish
brown box, 59 In tho scarlet box, 49 In
the black box. There was at this point
a sharp drop of 31 In the slate gray
box, and 42 In an ollvo green box, Vio
let, leaf green and full blue boxes had
respectively 18, 17, and 14, Pearl gray
had 9, pale green 4, light blue 3. ochre
and white 2 each, orange 1, and pale
yellow, about the color of khaki, none
It Is evident that certain colors have
n marked power of attracting mosqui
toes, and that the color which Is by
far the most attractive Is navy blue.
Tho mosquito avoids light colors, es
pecially those with a tinge of yellow
From this It seems that khakl-colored
garments havo other advantages than
that of Invisibility on a light soil.
In Madagascar the French scientist
M Joly, noticed that tho mosquitoes
were attracted by a black soil more
than by a red or light one, and that per
sons wearing black shoes and socks
were more often bitten than those who
wore white or light-colored coverings
for their feet. Whllo a black dog was
severely bitten and driven half mad
uy mosquitoes, Its companion, who was
yellow, was not bothered In the least,
Poultry - Supplies
has been used for twenty-three )enrs In tho manufacture ot
INCUBATORS AND BROODERS
because It has proven superior to nil other kinds. It Is not only true
that Petaluma Incubators and Brooders nro mado of tho best lum
ber In tho world, Tint every other article used In their construction
Is of the highest grade, and tl ercforo theso "Standards of tho
World" Incubators and Droodtrn occupy tho same relative position
to nil other Incubators and Brooders that tho mighty California
Redwoods do to other trees.
It Is worth your whllo to read In our Into catalogue "A Bit of
Incubator History." You may havo n catalogue free by writing
for It. An Invoice of assorted sizes Just received by tho
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Agcnttt fop the Territory ot Hawaii
that our Delivery Wiigons tlieitiHclvss prove
every claim we iiuihc.
Chas. F. Herricf;
12S Merchant St.. next
Delegate Wilcox In
I nm deeply Interested In the bill
providing for the division of Govern
ment lands into homesteads for the
farmers and middle classes, because at
present wu only have In Hawaii the
very rich and tho very poor the poor
being the laborers or coolies ,
Out of the population of 1C0.000, near
ly 90,000 are Asiatic. 00,000 being Ja
panese and 30.000 Chinese. There aru
also several thousand I'orto Hlcans,
but they are undesirable, as thoy would
rather He in Jail all of tho tlmo than go
The land area of Hawaii Is 4,000,000
acres. Of this area, 2,000,000 acres are
In tho hands of seventy men engaged
In sugar raising and cattle ranging. Tho
other 2,000,000 acres, which constitute
the Government lands, nre rented nnd
leased to tho sugar corporations, thu
leases ranging from five to sixteen
These Government lands I want di
vided up Into homesteads, to encourage
American farmers to go to Hawaii. In-PatoP-sMmrsiMtaimr-ariatoria
HANNA AND NEWSPAPERS,
Senator Hanna likes the newspapers.
As Is generally known, tho Ohio states
man Is deeply Interested In the labor
problem, nnd his frequently expressed
hope Is that conditions will soon adjust
tnemselves so that all differences be
tween employer nnd employed will be
settled without recourso to drastic
measures. Ho looks to the newspapers
to assist In the accomplishment of this
happy Industrial situation. Tho Sena
tor made this observation to a news
paper reporter tho other day while h
was n guest of Clement A. Grlscom.
"The newspapers," said Senator Han
na, "have materially aided the Nation
al Civic Federation In Its efforts to
promote Industrial peace, and I am
grateful that this Is so. It has been
my wish that editorials and news Items
be of a .conciliatory nature, and I am
glad to say this has been the case, ex
cepting where the articles have been
written by men of Socialistic tenden
cies, The Socialists do not like us, I
am not surprised at hat, because we
denounce Socialism. IJut wo look to
the papers to assist In the work of edu
cating the laboring class, for there Is
still much to bo explained concerning
the Industrial situation and which tho
rank nnd file of worklngmcn do not
Senator Hanna expresses the belief
that In tlmo there will be no necessity
for workmen to resort to strikes to
gain tho benefits they desire. Phila
The Australian army has an active
general, who Is 95 years old. This Is
Field Marshall Lieutenant Raron
Schwartz-Melller, who has been an ou
cer seventy-four years, nnd fifty years
, -fiTT1Bnis5BMsi n ii ' 1-sN I An
circle the world
and are recognized everywhere as
the standard of excellence, dura
bility and resiliency.
Put on by EXPERT mechanics
Carriage Co., ltd.
to Stnnjjcnwnld Building.
AND SMALL FARMERS
I stead of dividing the Government land
Into homesteads of ICO acres as In tho
United States, the best lands could be
divided Into twenty-acre homesteads,
and tho pastoral lands Into elghty-ncrc
homesteads, either of which would
give tho American farmer a fine home
stead to support his family all the year
To glvo an Idea how fertile the besi
land Is, the sugar corporations produce
nn nverngu of ten tons of sugar to tho
acre. Tho rice planters produce two
crops n year, aggregating between 6000
nnd G000 pounds to the .9 re. The same
land planted with taro, a plant nkln to
clepliant'8 cars, which Is the staple
food of the natives, will produce some'
where between 40,000 nnd 50,000 pounds
per acre, and it sells at onc cent a
At present tho living Is costly he.
cause wc havo no farmers. All of the
subsistence, such as fruit and vege
tables, comes from California, They
could be raised In Hawaii, as wo have
both the climate and the elevation.
Ha ruj ru Sa r-a Pa Pa r ra pa Pa r-a Pa
DfARY Of A GIRL.
Last night I wedT to a muslcalo
whero a lady In a Nile green dress and
a pea green complexion sang an ever
I green song;
And a gentleman, who didn't know
his notes, played The accompaniment;
And a youth man with an Incipient
mustacho nnd pathetic eyes stood up
against tho wall ami ogled mo until 1
undo a faco at him;
And there were Ico cream and cake
and weak punch;
And only ono nowspapcr man a cub
And a sister of mine who got fright
ened and then sang;
And a man who wanted to bring us
home, and wo had to go out the back
way to escape Elm;
And wet slippers and a soro 'throat.
And mamma scolded, becauso the
young man who wanted Xo bring us
home has a rich papa;
And I wish I was not and never had
Flfty-flvo thousand packages of vege
table nnd flower seeds are being sent to
the British troops In tho South African
blockhouses by an English firm of
florists to enable them to relieve tho
monotony of their existence.
Tho first Tagalog-Engllsh and En
gllsh-Tgalog dictionary has Just bejn
completed. It Is tho work of Dr. 8tem
plo, of Now York, who worked on a
Tagalog grammar before our war with
Iowa leads the States In total valua
of domestic animals, while Texas
Agents, Broken and Jobbers.
W. G. Irwin & Co,
Western Sugar Refinery Company ot
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Phila
delphia, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), New York, U.S.A.
N. Oblandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross & Sons' high grade Ferti
lisers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Plpo Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
Parnfflne Paint Co.'a P.& II. Paints and
Papers; l.ucol and Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled.
Indurlno (a cold-water paint), In white
niter Press Clothes, Cement, LImo and
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd
Tho Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Tho Kobala Sugar Co.
The Walmca Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo.
Tho Standard Oil Co.
The Ceo. F. Dlako Steam Pumps.
The New England Llfo Insurance Co.
Tho Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
Tho Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN.Ltd
II. P. Baldwin President
J. IS. Castle First Vice President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Pres.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. 8mlth Secretnry
Geo. R. Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
4.GENTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co., Haiku Sugar Co., Pala Plan
tation Co., Nahlku Sugar Co., Kthel
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
Kahulul Railroad Co.,
Win, G. Irwin & Co
Wm. 0. Irwin.. President and Manager
Claus Spreckcls Vice President
W. M. Glffard.. Second Vice President
H. M. Whitney Jr.. .. .Trcas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, OAL.
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 8treet Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co..
Makee Sugar Co.,Haleokala Ranch Co.
iuu i-iumerB L,ino or Han Francisco
i-acKeiB, unas. llrower & Co.'s Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS:
0. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson Mnnnrm,.. V C Tllsl.n
" , . , m a uiouuy.
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F.
Allen, Auditor; P. 0. Jones, H. Wa-
icrnouso and Qeo. R. Carter, Directors.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO.,
Queen Street, Honolulu
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Dalolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Bewlng Machine, Etc.
General Manager of
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Of the United States for the
OFFICE, Merchant Street, Honolulu.
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Collections carefully attended to.
Exchange bought and sold.
Commercial and Travelers' Letters
of Credit Issued on The Dank of Cali
fornia and N. M. Rothschild & Sons,
Correspondents The Bank of Cali
fornia, Commercial Banking Co. of
Sydney. Ltd., London.
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and Japan through tho Hongkong tt
Shanghai Ranking corporation anA
Chartered Dank ot India, Australia and
Interest allowed on term deposits at
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Seven days' notice, at 2 per cent
Three months, at 3 per cent
Six months, at 3 1-2 per cent
Twslvo months, at 4 per cent.
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U-jngo estates (real and personal).
Collect rents and dividends.
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Dooks examined and reported on.
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accordance with Rules and Regula-
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in Francisco Agents The Ne
vada National Dank of Ban Francisco,
San Franelften Thn Nfava., ..
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uonoon Tho Union Dank or Lon
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Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
erlln Dresdner Dank.
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kongShanghal Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Dank
ot New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Dank ol
British North America,
Deposits received. iim m. -
approved security. Commercial aid
.veicia wreuiis issuea. mils of Ex-
chance bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
Pioneer Building and Loan
A8SET8, JUNE SJ, 1901, 180,041.37.
Moaey loaned on approved security,
A Saving Dank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on the monthly Install
Twenty-third Series of Stock la now
OFFICERS-J. L. McLean, Presi
dent: A. A. Wilder, Vico President;
a. D. Gray, Treasurer; X. V. Oear
DIRECTORS 3. T. M..T - .
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J. D. Holt, A. W. Keech, J. A. Lyli
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A. V. GEAR,
Offices Hours: 12:30 1;30 p. m.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Ten 24,000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000.000
uesorvca Fund Yen 8.710.000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
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New Republic Bid., lit King Stree
Set of 5 maps,, $2.00
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