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RvicMiNO bullets. Honolulu h. t.. Friday, junb 6, 1902.
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Kllauoa has demimst rated Its ability
to keep up with the times
With all due respect the first part
oi Chief Justlie l'renrs deilslon reads
utj muih like .i guessing contest
1 be announcement of a Japan paper
that captains of oui transports have
lem receipting for more coal than
the ships inn carry will llkel stud
up Democrats to Inpun as well as to
Cuba In nearch ot campaign material
The decision In the Spalding cup
CintroT8 ought to be hlghl satis
fnttorv to the baseball oithuslasts It
w'll certain!) form n nucleus for rcju
vcnatlng Interest In the game should
there be occasional dormant periods In
the future as In the past.
There Is at least one point on which
nil agree In connection with Hie Adver
tiser contempt case politics did not
influence judicial decisions in thn mat
tor. This Is at least one point gained,
as there has hardly been a decision
frrm an) court for the past two )ears
which one side or another has not
charged was based on political preju
The death of John A. Hasslnger re
notes one of flaw nil's most widely
Kncw'n and universally respected cltl
zetis Mr Hasslnger spent pracilcally
n lifetime In the public service of these
Islands Governments came nnd went
but Hasslnger remained In his place
doing his work with a careful cTillgence
that kept tho work of Important detail
fice from entanglements Ho was the
soul of honesty nnd to his constant at
tc ntlon to duty may be credited tho
freedom from chaotic conditions that
night easily have arisen In the da)s
whin olflclnl changes were frequent
Ai a citizen nnd an official Mr Hns
wngcr pursued the even tenor or his
way never forcing himself upon pub
lic attention, but rather drawing tho
I utile to him by his quiet ytt constant
devotion to his task.
THE MAN FOR DHLEGATU.
Who can win Is not the onl) ques
tion the Republicans have to considro
In easting about for a candidate to
head tho ticket In tho fall campaign.
It stands to reason that Republicans
ns nn organization have too much re
spect for themselves to acqulesco In
the nomination of a man who has no
other qualification than tho fact that
In ono way or another ho has obtained
such a hold on certain sections of tho
community or In certain districts ol
tho Territory that ho can, through fa
orable manipulation, get tho ueces
sarj votes to carry him through.
Iletter Is It to go to assured defeat
v. 'th a capable man and on honest
innclplo than bo assured of victory
with a candldato whoso only roconv
irendatlon Is that ho can get tho voto
If tho party wore to go Into tho fight
I urcly on tho vote catching policy, It
would go over to Wilcox, who has onco
ut least proved his ability to obtain n
Capability, honesty, aro first consld
ciatloiiB, and finally tho candidate
rmist bo fairly representative of tho
ecplo and acceptable to tho various
party elements. Thnt such men ur
not bard to find Is proved In tho many
r.cn who have been suggested and
against whom no serious objection la
In seeking for a ropresenrntlvo man
In this campaign tho nulletln believes
tho party should, all things being
equal, center Its endeavor In uniting on
a representatlvo Hawaiian Tho most
prions disability of Delegate) Wilcox
'Mb been nnd Is In his failure to prop
erl) represent tho nntlvo raco of thoso
Islands Ills election In tho first In
Biunce was obtained through an appeal
to prejudlco arouacfl by various rovolu
l'i nary events of tho past, rather than
a calm, common Bcnse vlow of tho sit
uation, and his ability to satisfy the
demands of tho position to which ho
luiplrccl. Tho Impression Wilcox has
created In national circles has last nn
credit upon fiie peoplo whom ho was
c'cctcd to represent. He has not as
slEted In creating the conviction among
rnbllc men that the average Hawaiian
American Is nblo to take his place
nirong the public men of tho nation
and hold his own He has not shown
that ho successfully represents the in
Ulllgent and progressive spirit of the
Hawaiian-Americans. He has not
mown that, while he "could get elect
ed," he nlso possessed a capacity for
work nnd ability to present measures
framed In tho Interests of this Torrl
tor or IiIb party In a manner com
untitling thoughtful consideration
Delegate Wilcox's work or lack of work
In Washington has been such br to
cast dlscndlt particularly upon the
Hawaiian Americans, and his career
ins aided those who hat- sought to
(present Hnwallan-Amirlcaua as un
able to gocrn themsehes.
One of the most Important duties do
oJlng upon the Republicans of Ha
waii todaj Is to dispel tho false Inv
I rcsslons In the United States regard
Mg Hawaiian ability, for which
W'lcox has been largely responsible.
This ran only be done through tho
lomlnatlon nnd election of a Hawaii
an American who can "hold up his
end" among the representatives of the
t ntlon, who can and will be.ioitatantly
vaichful of Territorial Interests, who
can go before committees armed with
frets figures nnd a determination that
this Terrltor shall not bo put on the
tncdf for want of an aggressive force
ful worker who will make himself felt
In what he does rather than b apolo
gies for what he cannot do who will
t'lspel the Impression that our locnl af
loirs are ruled by Ignorance nnd preju
nice The material Is here We of Ha
waii know It. The Republican party
will gain prestige for Itself and accom
plish lasting benefits to this Territory I
liv srle ting Its candidate and conduct-
Inu its campaign with these facts as
the basis of Its work
IN THREE CASES DECIDED
BY THE SUPREME COURT
Judges Little and Edings Are Over
ruled in First Circuit Trials
Honolulu District Court
In n unanimous opinion rendered to
da), the Supremo Court sustains ex
c options from the Klrst Circuit Court
i'ui orders a new trlnl uf the action to
ipilct title brought by tho Honolulu In-
' estment Company. Limited. agalnBt
I Men Rowland nnd seventeen others
Tre Circuit Court, jur) having been
w-uiveil gave judgment Tor the plain
tin" for nn undivided orie-hnlf of tho
l.il d Judge Little of tho fourth CJr
rult presided tempcirSTTTy.
Tho ense tinned on the question of
i'c legitimacy of Emma, daughter of
llo inte Frank Mctcalf. who had boon
revised certain rent estate by his fath -
cr. TheophlliiB Mctcalf, whose will
said "And It Is my fuither will thnt
If ni) said -con shall deccaso leaving
children law hilly begotten the proper
tv b) this Instrument to him benucntli
ed shall descend to such heirs ' nnd
rtherwlse It should he equally divided
between tho testators daughters Helen Mr Habslnger as captain of the Hono
ntid Julia or the survivor of them iUu miles, formed one of the part) un-
Prnnk left a son. Thomas born ln.,iir (;mernor John Domlnls that went
wedlock and a daughter Emma con- to ,, , 10 ,,, Kllauca to supplies
reived and born out o wedlock Soma he lsllrrectlon ot 1C Kot(.8 in the
tune after the daughter's blilh her i
hither and mother Intennnrrled
Justice Perry writer of the opinion,
I, olds thnt, notwithstanding tho stat
ute maklnc lecltlmntc with full rlchts
of Inheritance children In the same) , death I the fanatic Knona nnd his fol
rilatlon ns Emma Metcalf Is shown to lowers and that It wns only by the ex
be tills does not govern the terms ol erelBe of n great amount of care that
1 will "In tho nhsence of a will," thn
opinion ouscrves, euiiureii cie-cmreti
legllllim.e iiy "lunuo iiiiiorii imiiiuiijf
v.'th those born legitimate, but n tea-
tutor may by express provision exclude
all but those who aro begotten or born
The property In dlsputo Is where
the New England Ilakery stnnds In
Robertson & Wilder for plaintiff;
Andrews Peteis & Andrndo for do
fondant Emma M Nakulna, Kinney,
Ballon & McClanahnn for defendant!
Helen Row laud and James Prossci
Again tho exceptions from the First
Clrciiii Court are Btistalncd and a new
trial ordered In the ejectment suit o(
Hong Quon nnd nine others, partner)
In tho firm of Slug Chong & Co,
ngniust Chen Sam and six others, parti
nors in tho llrm of l.ln Hop Wnl Co
Judgo Edings of tho Third Circuit pro
h ded at the trial below as Biibstltuta
for Judge Humphrc)s, disqualified
Tho Btilt was for possession at
2 C-100 acres of land at Walpio, Onhu,
and $150 damages A Jury gave n vep
diet for the plaintiffs with $81 60 dam
ages An appeal was taken on many
exceptions nnd defendants naked that
judgment bo vacated on nccount of or
ior of law committed by tho trial
judgo in admitting and excluding ovt
Justice Galbralth is author of thy
unanimously signed opinion, tho sylla,
bpifof which rcada thus: ,,
"The record or a certified, copy of a
cited, duly recorded, Is comietent evi
demo whiro the original would bo ad
nlsslble, That tho record or certified
copy would tend to Impeach the valid
(Continued n page I!)
Pangelly the man who carved Dun
can of tho Iron Works with a kn'fd
tome nights ago, uppearcd in tin Po
lice Cni.it this forenoon nnd a cncial
tf-orgo of assault and liait-y wlt'i in
tlon tn kill wns lodged against the de
fendant Deputy Shorlff ChlllLigworth
appearing for tho inisi i ntlon state 1
that tho lctlm of the rllegl ass.ii.lt
wns still In tho lioipm' nnl that hi
would therefore liuve to usk thnt Ilia
ease agnlnst the defendant he continued
until next Tuesday Tho motion wis
granted Pangelly has already fur
nished ball and Is now out of Jail.
John Adair Hasslnger, one of Hono
lulu's oldest kamaalnns nnd best known
citizens, passed away nt about 9 30
o'clock this morning after an Illness
covering about a fortnight or so. Thn
direct cause of death was heart dis
ease and Mr. Hasslnger during hit
short Illness suffered perfect torment
nnd a few dn)s ago, when his pain was
the greatest, expressed the hope that
death would soon come to relieve him.
Deceased was n native of Philadelphia,
l'cnnsjlvnnln, where he was born De
cember 4, 183" He was therefore ft
John Adair Hasslnger came to th.i
Islands In the earl) fifties as purser of a
sailing packet traveling around the
Horn He engaged In business In tho
city and In UB0 went Into the Custom
House ns Port Survejor under Collec
tor General Warren (loodale
In that ortlcc Mr. Hasslnger remained
until 1SC4 when W. I Allen succeeded
Mr Goodnlo as Collector General.
Recognizing the nbllltj of Mr. Hassln
ger, the new collector took hi in Into
the ofllco as Deput Collector. There
he remained until 187G, hiving served
sixteen nnd a half ears In the Customs
During his connection with this
branch of the government. Mr Hassln
ger was called upon to act as Collector
General on account of the absence of
his chief nnd twice ho served In thU
capaclt) for several months, nlwaji
giving the very best of satisfaction
While working In the Custom House
Mr Hasslnger wrote "The Hawaiian
Tarllt and Digest." which wns n stand
nrd book of reference until It wns re
m8C,i m or,icr 0f Minister S M IU
mon In 1S93
On the night of December 31 18fi2,
Mr Hasslnger was united In marriage
with Mist Pi Isrllla K Smith who sur
vives him Iheceremoii) wns perform
ed b) Rev Ell Corwln of Tort stiect
(lunch There were four children, two
of whom Mrs John Sullivan and Mrs.
Charles J Talk are usidents of till
clt) Lillian, aged 19 jr rs. 7 dn).
died October 2, US I, and John, aged
about 19 died December 15. 1S99.
After leaving the Custom House Mr
Hasslnger went to Knhukii to take
charge of the ranch there. He re
malned until August 1 1ST8. and then
returned to Honolulu to take the por
tion of ileik in tho Interior Depart -mint
under Samuel G Wilder. In this
position he remained until the middle
of 1899 when he left the cinplo) of tho
government nnd a little later, went to
the Coast on account of his III health
On August 8 1898, Mr Hasslnger had
been twenty )cnrs In the Interior De
I nrtment nnd had been practically tho
head of this branch of the government
many times during the absence of his
various chiefs. The same date mark
ed his 3C4 )cars In the employ of tho
government, during which he served
under five monarchs, tho Provisional
Government, tho Territory of Hawaii
and later, under the United States.
Resides being nn active emplo)e ot
the goveinmint, Mr Hasslnger was al
w.i)s read) with his Bword to protect
the inonuichs uuder whom he served
and as a lieutenant and then later, a
I captain of tho Prince's Own nnd the
onomllI nlcBi llc rcndeied services
tnlU werc invaluable. On October 4.
isG4, he was commissioned captain of
the Honolulu Rifles by knmehameha V.
His commission Is now In possession
of tho family of the deceased and his
neriwied ns one or me mosi precious
I mementoes of the faithful husband and
I In the latter part of October of 1SC8.
District of Konn Marshal Parke wua
also of the party.
It will be remembered that Deputy
Sheriff Nevlllo of Hawaii wus stoned to
I gherllf Cone-) was successful In putting
,lown the Insurrection and placing be-
fa , t(, b ,, tUo6t. ,Ul0 wcre C0I1.
i. . , ,,,
cerned III the killing.
Coming down to n later date. Mr
Hasslnger ns Captain of tho Prlncu's
Own. guarded the pal.it o nrd when
Knlaknua was elected owr Queen Em
ma Ho not onl) saw that the whole
palace was safcl) guarded and had
ehnrgo of the bnrrackh but he himself
stood watch ocr the King thnt no
harm might como to him through tbu
Deceased was also prominent In the
old Honolulu Hire Department muuiui,
the position of chief during '72 am'
and remaining one of Its staunchest
members until the time of Its muster
ing out. He Berecd oer imnty years
In tho department.
John Adair Hasslnger wns an Epis
copalian b) religion nnd proWous to
leaving him homo In Philadelphia, he
received tho Apostolic rite of confirma
tion tho hands of the Right Hev. A.
Potter, D. D . Bishop of tho Diocese, at
Grace Church, of which place of wor
ship Wm Suddarts was the rector.
Deceased was ono of tho most promi
nent Masons In tho Islands nnd, next
to W. F Allen, was the 6ldest living
Mason In thu Islands. Ho vns a mem
ber ot Hawaiian Lodge, which was es
tablished hero In 1S52. It wnsUn 1SGI
that he Joined and In 18G7 and '68 he
wns muster of tho lodge. From that
tlmo until his uenth, ho was always
one of th cmost nctlvo members nnd nt
the celebration of tho fiftieth annher
nary of Hnwailan Lodge some weeks
ngo, ho It wns who piesented the his
tory of that organization,
In the second eni of his servlco In
the lodgo ns its mnster, A I' Judd was
Senior Warden, llion Hughes. Junior
Waidcn, r A Schnefer, treasure!
and C T Gulitk Bceretni)
Deceased was also a prominent mom
her of thu KnlghtH of 1'jtlilas and was
instnlled ns first Chnnecllor of the oi
ganlzatlou. No man in Honolulu had a grcatni
circle of btendfast fi lends than Ml
Ho wus beloved hy ever)
lono that ITnew him nnd alva)s when
the name of "Undo John" was uicn-
Poultry - Supplies
baa been used for twenty-three jears In the manufacture of
INCUBATORS AND BROODERS
because It has proveu surerlor to all other kinds. It Is not only true
that Petaluma Incubators and Rrnodcrs aro mado of tho best lum
ber In the world, uut every other article used In their construction
Is of the highest grade, nnd tl crcforo theso "Standards of tho
World" Incubators and Brooders occupy tho samo relative position
to nil other Incubators and Drocdcrs that tho mighty California
Redwoods do to other trees.
It Is worth your while to nnd In our late catalogue "A Pit of
Incubator History." You may have a catalogue freo by writing
for It. An invoice of assorted sizes Just received by tho
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Agcntft tor the Territory of llmvnll
thnt our Delivery WnjJonH
every claim we ninlcc.
Chas. F. Herrick
I!2S Merchant tit., next
tloned It was tho signal for fawinible
comment Among those who knew the
deceased best was W. F. Allen and pei
haps this tribute glen him this morn
ing, sums up the life of Mr tlasaluger
the best of nnj thing.
"I hne known. Mr. Hntlnger from
the early clnjs and liae known him to
bo true blue throughout his whole life
In the Islands In all ni) acquaintance
with him I nee knew him tu i'o or
think a slnglo dlshunornlilo net mid
there Ik no one I would hnc trusted
more eiulckl In nn thine whatever
than Mr Hasslnger
The funi'inl will tnke place from the
Mnhonle Temple nt 3 o clock Suncluv
ntternoon under the nuspleea ot Hn
vnllnn Lodge, of which deceased was
a memliei Airnngcments hne not
jet been completed
The police nro Just now Investigat
es n ease of what seems to have been
r..i attempt at murder out In Kamol
1 111 some tlmo last night. Deputy
hhcilff Chllllngworth will go out this
nltcrnoon to the place where tho trou
Mr took place and will then seo what
he can Unci
It wns shortly before S o'clock this
nieinlng that a message was Bent to
pulleo station to tho effect that a Chi
nt.mnn very badly Injured about the
head hail l-ecn found near tho quarteri
of somo Japanese In tho vicinity of tho
ciunrry. The patrol wagon with a
number of police oftlcers was at once
illtpatched to tho scene, and there
they found tho Chinaman.
The poor fellow was all but uncon
scions and wns removed (o tho hospl-
trl Tin la hmllv out nhnnt tlin hpnrl.
, .. , , -, , . .
and tho whole appcaranco of his face
...i . ti i .i i
seems to Justify trio police In the bo -
f ..,. ., ... ..!. i.nln w nm
petsnn or persons last night, who used
(.ticks or somo similar weapons to
commit the deed of lolenco,
Tlin rhlnnm.n -ntil1 nnl taltr nml an
, othlng regarding the probable assault
rmilil l.n lonnin.l Un n. fnun.l In
tno ard of a Japanese c;arly this morn
ing. The fellow did not care to havo
Ihe mnn on his premises, so Tie drag
ged him out Into tho street nnd then
iulormed the police.
In the Camp McKlnley locnllty
bwlpes" case in thh Federal Court this
urenoon tho prosetutlon dismissed
he cnficB of tho two native women nnd
his afternoon nt about 2 111 o'clock
l.c man wns entering tho court loam
a plead guilt)
The regular meeting of thn Ilnnrd
if SupeivlHors of tho Free Klndorgar
tc u anil Children's Aid AsBoclntion
was held In tho Y. W. C A. rooms this
"tc ruing Only routine business was
circle the world
nnd nre recognized everywhere ns
the jBtnnelnrd ot excellence! dura
bility nnd resiliency.
Put on by EXPBRT mechanics
Carriage Co., no.
to Stnnjjenwnld Building.
LIKE 11 WE YELL
.c thlrty-sccn Chinamen arrested
tne other day at Iwllei on tho charge
-t pin) lug paka plo appeared In the Po
I'te Court this forenoon with Attorney
1 icnk Thompson nppcarlng for them
.Mr Thompson nsked that tho question
of their guilt or othernlso bo asked
them tduco the defendants hail chang
ed their minds sen oral times alicudy
'" ulthougllt had been made up at
tne last moment to plead guilty, they
might havo changed their minds again
Judge Wilcox stated that tho men
had nil started to plead guilty yestcr
c'ny but he had stopped thtm becnino
i'e bud learned that ho was tho attor
ney and that ho had asked for a con
t'nuancc. However, the question was
nsked ami the Chinaman at tho bead
cf the semi circle of Chinese answered
' guilt)' In a loud tone of voice. This
wns tho signal and the remainder went
off like u hunch of firecrackers, which
Thompson facetiously, or
otherwise, likened tu a college yell.
' A fine oi J3 and costs was Imposed
In the enso of each and tho treasury
If. richer by J222. Tho clerks at the
police Btntlon have been busy all day
ttralghtcnlng out ball receipts In con
I oetlon with the cases.
Frank Ferrclra, for a long tlmo con
netted with the polite, force tn ono ca
pacity and another, has been dismiss
ci on account of somo recent charges
that wero brought against him. Sidney
.... .. . , , . .
tiiultn ot tho mounted patrol has been
i ,.,.,, ,
appointed to his placo ns assistant
hack Inspector under Snm Macy. It la
tho opinion about tho police Btntlon
I that a better choice could not have
letrf made. Smith knows what order?
' ro "nd ls f ?' a" b1ow aboul "
")R "'Cm OUt.
rurreira nas never ocen very
lar with his brother officers, although
on many occasions ho has shown him
i elf an efficient and hard-working offl
ci. Ho was pirtleularl) good In the
matter of stopping runawny horses,
aid between thirty and forty catches
during his connection wlt.i tho police
ft ice linve been credited to him.
Detective Knapa went up to tho hos
p'tal today to see the Chinaman who
vns found bully lujured out near tho
Kntnoilllll quarries this morning Tho
Chinaman succeeded In Btatlng that no
ono had nssault him but that he had
fallen In among the stones wnila walk
ing In the vicinity Ho was n stranger
in tho placo No one had assaulted
Agents, Broker and Jobber.
W, G. Irwin & Co.
Western Sugar Refinery Company ot
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Phila
delphia, Pa., U. S. A.
Nowcll Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane 8breddor),New York, U.S.A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'i Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross & Sons' high grade Ferti
lizers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFI'EIl FOR SALE!
Paramne Paint Co.'s P.& D. Paints and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled.
tndurlno (a cold-water paint), In white
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd
Tho Ewa Plantation Co.
Tho Walalua Agricultural Co, Ltd.
Tho Kohala Sugar Co.
Tho Wntmca Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louts, Mo.
Tho Standard Oil Co.
The Ceo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
Tho Now England Life Insurance Co.
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
Tho Alliance Assurance Co. ot London.
ALEXANDER & BALDWINXtd
II. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle First Vice President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Prcs.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith .Secretary
Geo. It. Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
AGENTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co , Haiku Sugar Co , Pala Plan
tation Co., Nahlku Sugar Co., Klhel
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
Kahulul Railroad Co.,
Wm. G. Irwin & Co
Wm. G. Irwin. .President and Manager
Claus Spreckels Vice President
W. M. Glffard.. Second Vice President
II. M. Whitney Jr.. ...Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross ..Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
iVrw-rr T cM5 Jp?
LIFE and FIDE
Insurance - Agents
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
SURANCE CO. OF BOSTON.
AETNA FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY OF HARTFORD.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co, Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co, Onomea 8ugar Co,
Honomu Sugar Co, Walluku Sugar Co,.
Makco Sugar Co .Haleakula Ranch Co.
Tho Planters' Line of San Francisco
Packets, Chas. Brower & Co.'s Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C. M. Cooko, President: George
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop
Treasuror and Secretary; Col. W. F.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, II. Wa
terhouse and Qeo. R. Carter, Directors.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO..
Queen Street, - Honolulu
Tbo Lancashire Insurance Co.
Tho Balolso Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
Goneral Manager of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Uf the United States for the
OFFICE, Merchant Street, Honolulu.
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will help you. That Is in our line and
the PRICE IS RIGHT, at the EVEN
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Collections carefully attended to.
Exchnnge bought and sold.
Commercial and Travelers' Letter
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fornia and N. M. Rothschild & Sons,
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Drafts and cable transfers on Chins,
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the following rates per annum, vis:
Seven days' notice, at 2 per cent
nree montns, at 3 per cent.
Six months, at 3 1-2 per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per cent
Act ns Trustees under mortgages.
V-jago estates (real nnd personal),
Collect rents and dividends.
Valuable naners. WIIU. iinnd.
received for safe-keeping.
Auditors for Corporations and Pri
Books examined and reported on.
Statements of Affairs prepared.
Trustees on Bankrupt or Insolvent
OFFICE, 924 BETHEL 6TTEET.
Deposits received and Interest al
lowed at 4 1-2 per cent per annum. In
accordance with Ilules and Regula
tions, copies of whlcu may bo obtained
FIRE, MARINE LIFE, ACCIDENT
AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY IN
Insurance Office, 924 Bethel 8treeL
Win, Q. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU : : T. H.
tin Francisco Agents The Ne
vada National Bank of San Francisco,
sn Francisco Tko Nevada Na
tional lianK or San Francisco.
London Tho Union Bank or f.Tin.
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Dresdner Bank.
Honakona and Yokohama nnna.
kong-Bhanghal Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Bank
ol New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Hunk nt
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made on
approved security. Commercial aad
Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills of Ex-
ccange bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
Pioneer Building and Loan
AS8ET8, JUNE SJ, 1901, 180,04147.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Saving Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on the monthly Install
Twenty-third Series of Stock is now
OFFICERS -J. L. McLean, Presi
dent! A. A. Wilder. Vice President;
O. B. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear.
DIRECTORS J. L. McLean. A.
A. Wilder. A. V. Gear, O. B. Gray,
J. D. Holt, A. W. Keock, J. A. Lyle
Jr, J. M. Little, L'. S. Boyd.
A. V. GEAR.
Office Hours; 12:301:30 p. m.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Ten 24.000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,000
Reserved Fund Yen 8,710,000
HEAD OFFICE, TfOKOHAMA.
The Bank buys and receives for col
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters ot Credit, and transacts a
general banking business.
On Fixed Per cent
Deposit. Per annum.
For 12 months 4
For 6 months j
For 3 months s
Branch of the Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., Hi King Stree
5 maps, $2.00
On salt at office ot
THE . . .
All Lovers of the Sport
aro requested to register their
State or Territory at the
Honolulu Bowling Parlors
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