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Ohio Republicans are harmonious
for the 111 st time In nian oars and
tho talk of Republican defeat In the
I .nil campaign Is no longer heard.
Oh. President Sam The revolution
that put hlui out of office was blood
Ices, but the state of the Hatlnn
treasury shows that the Piesldent took
piuit of blood mone
Kiln lien Is doing bravely. The out
break Is one or the good old fashioned
kind tint threatens neither person noi
rioperty but gives the people a chain e
to see how n volcano can act th.it be
Enthusiastic Home Holers claim
they ore more certain of victor than
the) were two years ago We couldn't
expect them to sa anything else but
thu campaign is joung and there is
nothing -so uncertain as the "sure
thing" In politUs The Republican
have jet to be verj badly frightened.
Promise of the disclosure of glgan
tic frauds In the Custom House service
of Now York city gives Appraise!
Wakemann an opportunlt to show Ma
cinmles thnt he who laughs last laughs
bust. Wakemann was removed by the
President, but it remains to be seen
whether the right man was deposed.
Tho people of Ilavvnll are pleased
that Governor Dole has had a pleasant
J umey and a safe return. Political
differences have not )ct reached the
joint where Mr Dole's enemies would
lave wished iilm any personal harm
The endeavor of Mr Doles credited
organ to make political cnpltal nut f
hU return shov s tlearlj that a good
section of the eommunlt had vcr
l,ood reason tor holding aloof from any
personal demonstration even in behalf
Of the (lovirnor or the Toirltoiy
SHOWN 1JY IUIPOIIT
IS GOING FORWARD
l Communicated )
Although we are having ns somn
tpim it. volcano weather, when tho
ladles gathered Friday morning, then
vvas nothing In their appeaiunce iu iu
iiimt,. it. so frashly garbed were they
to luterestcd their faces, so unmlndiul
Tho treasure! showed funds enough
to go. at a pinch, until September,
whin, to quote her report, "We shall
bnvi! to beein to work.'
The Palama kindergarten Is going
or. well, with a full quota or nttenclanco
ind nn eager Interest In nil that per
tains to Its affairs That on Port
street is presided over by Miss Gilbert,
wlmnn endeavors have Increased ItH
membership from twenty to forty Sho j
herself has developed a genius lor uiu
vocation, and has greatly furthered
llio well being of tho children,
Tho Chinese kindergarten on Vine
)trd street numbers over one hundred
The personnel of tho Behool mis much
changed under Miss Harlow's adminis
tration. Tho children now present
thems'dves clean, with shining morn
ing faces, quick to learn fiom her who
n.othcrs them so kindly.
A. t!wa, picnics and delightful baths
nro being had at a neighboring beach
cilled, singularly enough, "O. P D
There In tho swimming pool they for
get for the moment thnt they belong to
the sordid raco of mankind, and dls
port Irco as fish Aftervvatd, tho happy
youiy; Portuguese, I'orto Itlcana and
J.tianese partake of delicious dainties
cent In by friends, a citizen or Hono
lulu contributing a largo amount of
(tiudlcs to their Intense delight and
Miss Lawrence reported an Increaso
of 182 on the rolls slmo April Sho
leterred to tho humane work done by
u lady Samaritan among us wtro fol
1 iwlng In the footBteps or our Lord.
binds up wounils and gives ndvlre that
. ........ .......
licnis mo nine cniiureu .vuss i .nine
baker was InstancuL ns giving vnlu
nhle assistance to tho training class In
certnln refinements r,f teaching.
Other reports followed, and after
ci t n ir ! n f r "til not
llest Bo tho Tlo That Bind
Oui Hearts In Clirlstlnn l.ovo" the end
wns reached of (Tils Inst meeting of tlio
year, with a cheerful outlook towards
the future. ,
REPUBLICANS OF OHIO
IN PERFECT HARMONY
AT STATE CONVENTION
Cleveland, Ohio, May 2S The Its
publican toncntlon named the follow
lur ticket: Secretary of Stale. Lenli
C I.alln of N'orvvnlk, Judge of Su-
pirme Court, William II. Crow of Me-
Connellsvllle, Pood and Dairy Com
inlssinncr Horace Ankcncy of Xcnla;
tm tuber of the Hoard of Public Works,
V illlam Klrtley Jr. of Defiance
The convention, which has been a
luiitlniied ovation to Senator Hanna,
c'(ied this evening with a great dem
migration In his honor, to which ho re-
Bponded In n characteristic speech,
be Senator at former Stnto conven
Huns has sounded ke notes that havu
lien taken up b ltepubllcau glee
clubs He told thuni todny to slug
"Keep on Letting Well Enough Alone"
in the campaign rallies this enr
The convention was distinguished
tor harmony in all that was done. One.
of the Inst reconciliations was that of
tie nntor Hanna nnd former Governor
Asa S Hushuell of Springfield. Sena
loi Hanna and George 11. Cox of Cln
ciunntl niso had a friendly farewell to
n ght. after n contest during the da
What were c-allcd tho Hanna men
won on nil ballots but Cox suppoitud
I one of the winners In making up tho
ftnte ticket Hanna nnd Cox were on
ponlte sides today, the sanio ns In
the contest ror the organization or tfio
1 cglslature last January, but good feel
lug prevailed after tho convention was
When the State convention renssem
Lied today Governor Nnsh. as tho torn
lornr.v chairman, culled for reports
'Ihe reports of the committees on ere
dcntlnls rules and order of business
were submitted and adopted The ro
ort making Genernl Charles II (Iros
vc nor permanent chairman nnd contln
uliiK the temnlnder of the tempornrj
ciganlziitlim was ndopied. When
Governor Nash presented General
Orosvetioi he received nn ovation.
At the conclusion of General Orosvo-
(mi address tho platform was report
ed b General Dick, chairman of the
committee on resolutions The refer
ences tn Itooft'velt.Hniinn, PoruT.erund
(,c vernor Nnsh were loudly applauded
tin General Dick's motion the resolu
tions were adopted.
The platform Is substantially as fol
We deeply lament the tragic death
i! President William McKlnley nnd
cherish the Illustrious lite nnd noble
iMiinple as tho highest Inspiration o
pitrloue consecration and service. En
shtined lorever In the hearts of his
tinintrjmen. that unceasing devotion
Lnilnuds his incmor). and on their aug
n.cntect content, and greatness under
nls sure guidance Is reared his worth
iest ami most enduring monument.
What ho was In his great aim gracious
ii'isonnllty and what he did In his lof
1 and lasting work remain n ptedoiis
heritage for his people Through his
legislative and adminlstintive nrcoui
rl'shments he is Justlj recognized ns
the thief architect ot our latei Indus
nl.il giovvth nnd as the pathfinder of
nut opening career of commercial ex
ranslon His measures restored pros
jeilty. diffused confidence nnd secur
llv. promoted fraternal concord, point
ed the way to recipiocal advantages
In commercial exigencies, enlarge'd the
Republic, advanced Its prestlgo and
Influence among the nations, carried
1'berty to oppressed peoples and placed
inn country In tho van ot the rorces
leu civilization and humanity. While
he liven his moral power unci wisdom
and patriotism were the pillar of pub
IU safety, and nrtei his ilenth his fix
id nnd wcdl defined policies continued
lo be tho hope and Btrength of the na
tion ' We cordially sustain President
llocsevelt In his pledge to carry for
aid the great work which came to
Mm as a saeied legacy We recognize
bis earnest nnd conscientious devotion
to the welfare ol the people and ap
pn.ve the high nlm nnd chnrnetcr o(
l.ln ndmlnlstrntlou He faithfully
l-ialutnins the plighted faith ol tno nn'
thin, upholds the best stundard ot tho
public service, and stands by the poll
cics which assure stability nnd eonll
i! nee. He represents a civic patriot
I. in or the highest type and the desti
nies of the country aio safe In his
hands. In his hank, nhle nnd coura
geous efforts to protect the public m
tciests ho Is entitled to full nnd time
The resolutions Indorse the adminis
tration or Governor George K. Nnsh
Mm the State oiTIclals, commend the
seventy-fifth General Assembly for Its
reduction of taxation upon real and
peisonnl property, warmly commend
Senators I'oraker and Hanna, Indorse)
the record or Republican Congresses,
'especially those since tho Inaugura
tion or William McKlnley. call atten
Hon to tho general prosperity which
followed his first election to tho Presl-
Uoncj. nnel continue.
"So great Is tho country's prosperity
!nel so nmplo tho revenues under the
Plngley tariff law that tho present He
Hibllcan Congress has been able to re -
deem party pledges by repealing war
ii-veiiiics aggregating $110,000,000 an -
Dually, thus reducing taxation to a
penco basis while tho Army Is still on
a war footing Democratic success
would threaten tho destruction of tho
r'otectlvo system under vvMch our filler nnd mnlntnlnlng authority In tho
tilondld piosporlty hns come, nnd tho elistnnt Philippines, nnd while wo do
iui re snndiiw of Impending freo trade) 'plaro nnd seerely condemn any in
would destioy confidence, unsettlo Quinces of cinelty which may havo oe
business, alaim Industrial Interests c irreel, we remember thnt our soldiers
ind Immediately check tfio demand for are fighting a baibarnus nnd trencher
lal or. rus foe who have often ftifllcled most
"Wo eongtatiilato the country upon Inhtimnn and revolting ntrocltles upon
.a recoiel of diplomatic achievement
..... ..... ..
which Is unparalleled In our nnnals,
and which will forever redound to tha
ciedlt or an administration, which
avoiding alliances and entanglements
... ,... ,, , .., c, .,.
' .w,-h, i.,,,w, ,.,, ..,,, ...,,,;
''" lew "l0 K'or' of "10 Amorlean (lag,
t'10 Biowth nnel spread of American
jcomraoico, the steadfast support and
maintenance of American doctrines
nnd traditions, and has wrought for thu
picscnt and the future In the interest
ul world-wide peace
"No question now pressing for atten-
thin can bu of greater Importance than
tnat which concerns the Interests ot
capital and labor, nnd wo pledge our-
selves lo tlie protection ol these two
ri rvants of civilization. Labor Is the
nipcrlor of capital, and deserves muci
more consideration To secure for la-
hit the consideration It deserves, to
uphold the dignity of to.i, to crente n
healthy opinion on tno subject of la-
Ikii and the Justice of its receiving a
full share ol the value It creates, lo
bring labor nnd cnpltal together on
common ground In the adjustment ol
such questions ns inn) concern these
two gieat rnctors In production, it Is
niiessnty that labor should be Intelll
(.eiitly inganlzed. We believe In few
er hours and larger rewards for labor.
nnd favor such lnvvs as will harmonizo
Ihe Interests of labor nnd cnpltal. and (
lend to lighten the burden o toll I
The resolutions commend CongiTs"
lo,- re enacting the Chinese exclusion!
inw favor a continuation or the liberal j
pension pulley Inaugurated by the He i
publican party, advocate the extension
of the postal rural free delivery ser
'.Ice "wheiever Its extension may bo
justified," commend a substantial and
rulnterriipted Increase of Cue Nnv
and urge legislation that will expcdlto1
1 1." construction of the Isthmian canal
It continues j
"Tiusts We recognize that necessl
ty of co operation In order to meet new j
ic.lidlHous In the Industrial world and
to compete snccessrully for the world 1 1
markets, but nit combinations that stl-j
lie competition, control prices, limit
t reduction, or unduly Increase pioflts'
cr valucc and especially when they i
r.'so the prices of the necessities o.
lite, ore opposed to public pollcv I
should bo repressed with a stiiiug
"The Republican party is the only
cue that has dealt couragcousl) and
honestly with the trust question It ,
ci acted, ns early as I3.HI n law framed
by that distinguished statesman. John ,
blermnn, to piohlbit nnd punish com
1, nntlons In lestralnt of (rade, the eon i
tml ot wnies or the advancement of
pllces. This act. trained by a ltepub
I'caii statesman, pnssed by n HepUbll
can Congress and signed by n Hcpub!!
uiu President, bus pioved beneficial
iioventing abuses where abuses vveie
U mid to exist, nnd Is now IieTng vigor '
iwsly upheld li n KcpubUcnn Admlnis t
nation In the piosec-ulion ot unlawful
combinations. Subsequent to the eu
uc'iueiil ol this law the Tiemoe ratio
arty obtained control ol both
brunches ot Congress nnd the Presl
tlency. It constantly asserted hostility
to trusts, but railed to place upon the
ttatute books a single line of lcglsl-i- j
Hon which would uld In their control
Cub I We congratulate iTic new Ite
public of Cuba upon the final fruition i
of the hopes and snuggles ol her peo
pie for ireedom and Independence We
vvt Iconic her to the family ot nations I
We wish her success and prosperity
jenco and happiness, for such parti
an wo as n nation have had In assist-1
Inr her to achieve Independence we
atk no guerdon save that which wo
havo the gratitude or a rree people.
ruitherniore wo believe It is due alike
t, Cuba and ourselves that In accord-
riice with the Republic an principle ol
leclproclty, proper nnd reasonable)
trade concessions shall ho made by
oui Government to Cuba In return tor
hei concessions upon American prod
ucts, so ns to be ncilt the trade of liolh
countiles and to fully and generously
cniry out every ohllgntlon ot oui mi
tlonal houoi, whether cxpicshed oi 1m
"Annexation Additions to our tor
I'lory since 1897 hnve been lullj Jiihtl
lied bol.i b impioved condltlous In tho
islnnds thciube-lvch nnd the Impioved
c Jinim-iclal relations between them
and the Putted States These Islands
will not be exploited lor the gain of
ndventureis, but will be developed for
the mutual benefit if their o.vn people
end honest Investors, and will In time
U'uke the United States a complete
cinmerelal entity, capable of produc
ing within its own niea practically all
the aitieles lequlicd for the dallj lllu
I nil comfort ol ninn
"Philippines We congratulate the
Piesldent nnd the Army upon tho sat
isfactory piogress mndo in the Philip
I Incs In suppressing Insurrection mid
cblnbkl hlng order, and we unqualified
ly Ineloise the policy of our Govern
ment In those Islands The war with
brnln was forced upon us against our
v. III. and tho Philippines came to us
nt. ono of the results or that conflict.
We nto responsible for peace and or
Oer In tho Islands, and our sovereignty
must be ns absolute as our responsl
.Mllty. Our title to the Islnnds Is la
'icrloct ns was thnt of Spain after nenr-
v 100 years ol undisputed possession
We will give their people better gov
'trnment. better schools, more civil and
1 lolltlcnl rights and n higher civ lllza
lion nnd broader freedom than Is pos
1 Hide for them In any other way. Our
fug Is In tho Philippines, nil there It
"Tho Army. Tho American Army
lir.s tnken up a vvoik of establishing
their prisoners It Is tho nation's Ar
m drawn fiom every section or the
country, knowing no politics nor creed,
iui lighting the nation's battles under
the nation's ling, and wo resent with
. . . ..
,..., ' ' ...
uiiukiiuiiuii ii-c-i-ne uoiuin-nuicj euoriH
It drng Its honor In the dust nnd
cast repmncti on Its Inlr name,
' "Wo proudly rearflrm our faith In all
the great cardinal principles of tho
Poultry - Supplies
has been used for twenty-throe 5 cars In the manufacture ot
INCUBATORS AND BROODERS
because It has proven superior to all other kinds. It Is not only true
that Petaluma Incubators nnd Droodcrs aro made of tho best lum
ber In tho world, out every other article used In their construction
Is of the highest grade, and tl crcforc theso "Standards of tho
World" Incubators and DroocUrn occupy tho sanio relntlvo position
to nil other Incubators and Drocders that tho mighty California
Redwoods do to other trees.
It Is worth our while to nad In our late catalogue "A Dlt of
Incubator History." You may have a catalogue free by writing
for It. An Invoice ot assorted sizes Just received by tho
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
AjVentsv top tlic Territory of llmvnll
thnt our Delivery Wnons tlientticlvss prove
every claim we iniikc.
5 " h tttfinrfiifit t9 pvrcllpnfp. tltiritm
-T titlttv nml
Clias, F. Herrick
I!25 Alerchant St.. next
itepubllcnn paity, and our nlleglanco own highest authority God he came
to the declaration adopted by tho last to tho conclusion Hint the best thinf,
Itepubllcnn National Convention, nnd lor us and for them was that we might
to the candidates named by this con- c.tend to them all tho blessings of a
vcntlon wo pledgo our lojnl support, tree government, controlled by n povv
"Anarchj. In n government Ilko er widen knew what free government
ci rb th-Te Is no place for anarchy, nnd meant. That was a policy born of the
vve demand that Congicss enact strin- best thought and the best efforts that
gent laws ngnlust attempts on tho Ufa could be exercised for tho good of
of the Chief Magistrate or of any per those people who had come Into our
nn in the line of succession A mui- 1 nnds, and without ihe aid of n party
i'i rolls attack ou, the President Is n that had miicli to do with bringing on
hlnvv struck ut the Government flsolf, ilio war with Spain for the elevation
aid should bo punished as treason 'h of their raco and the spread of Chris
I'lnlshed. Oui laws guarantee liberty Han morality. That was tho Insplrn
in speech and of the press, but nfford Hon of McKlnley, that vvaH the motive
no license for tho tencnliigs or prnc eu nil the people of the United States
Hcc of nnarchy. We also denounce Wcn, as a lcsult of thnt policy, we
l.vnchlngs nnd all forms of mob vlo- are confronted with the conditions that
lenec. ' '' find today, shall wo follow tho Is
When the nominations hail been 1 1 ues that prompted the prejudices ol
rinde theie were loud nnd repeated ,i party to thwart us Iu the work ol
calls for Senator Hannn. and the great- h unanlty and Christianity? Never!
est demonstration of the convention
ceeuired as he was being escorted to I thcie. nnd It will slny put.'
ihe platform. Ho said: I "A now era Is dawning upon this
".Mr. Chairman nnd Fellovv-Republl- j country Our great development hn3
cms i thank ou most heartily for. 'cached n point that has placed us Iu
this cordial reception, nnd congintii-ill'" front rank of nntlons, not only by
htc j cm most heartily upon tho sue-, the power nnd weight ot our affairs,
cess of this convention. Tho camll bul also wo hnvo become tho greatest
iii.les whom joii havo nominated will n'oimfni luring nnd Industrial nation ol
lecclve the unanimous support of the ,tbo world. That development is n lint
Republicans of Ohio. Your spcnkcri, Uial conscquonco of tho evolutions
Governor Nnsh ami' Congressman that are going on. Labor and cnpltal
Giosicnor. hnve sounded tho kcMioto,"'" nppioachlng each other In llin
ol this campaign, ono on behalf of the ,r roper spirit.
Slate- and one on behalf of the nation. "I believe In organized labor, and 1
Those issues will meet together In
iniiiKiii eaiisn and create a forco that
vlll win a victory. We had a motto
lu thu last convention. 'Let well
trough nlono.' I pioposo to otter nn
amendment to thnt
'Keep on letting
well enough alone
"Ol touisu. as In nil campaigns,
there aro Issues which tho Democrats
me tijlng to make for us upon nation-
ul questions. They havo talked In thu
1 ills of L'onuress for davs and weuks
upon a question which the Republicans
of the United States settled last )ear,
hut wo can pardon thorn, for It Is all
they have, left. But how aro they mak
lg this issue? Standing before the
.MnerUan people nnd proclaiming that
Hie policy of President McKlnley was
vMong morally vviong. Why, Kepubll
cms of Ohio, I blush to hnvo to say
that It seems to me almost an InBiilt tn
I his memory thut bucIi things could bo
raid upon tho floor of tho United!
IHntes Senate against a man whom
not only tho Republic nils of Ohio, but
the Republicans of the nation worship.
siipmo upon a party that will attempt
ilo bilng that name In disrepute and
1 dishonor through his policies, fnnugur
aieel, as they were. Iu the Inteiest ol
"Those of us who vveie close to him
e'erlng those trjingi days, when new
questions came up, well know how ho
wieslled with them pracrfully and In
tolllgontly, Hint ho might do what was
heBt lor thoso peoplo from tho other
sldo of tho world. Weighing every
thing In the balance and praying to hit
- Springfield Tires
circle the world
recognized everywhere as
by HXPBRT luechnnlcs
Carriage Co., ltd.
to Stnngcnwnld Building.
' In the words of Itoosovelt, 'Our Hag
j.mnuvi. in orgauizc-ii capuai us uuxii'
laiy. These two great rorces are work
ing out the destinies ot tho country
They must be nbly and honeBtly ad
ministered and they must bo controll
i"' 0ul" prospects nro bright, and, na
1 1 havo said before, wo havo entered
I1'!'"" ""8 contest lull or nopo because
Wu arp ' . "'! wo wlTI get there."
At tho conclusion of Senator Han
In'B speech thero was another demon
tintlon. After the adoption of tho
eagle as the party emblem tho Stnto
Committee was authorized to fill nil
Vfceancles, nnd tno convention ad
A1U8. SCLIGMAN DEAD.
New York, May 27. .Mrs. Florlno
Arnold Scllgman, vvlfo of Alfred L. Se
llgniau of tho well-known family of
bankets, died nt a private hospital In
this city at .'! o'clock this morning. Mrs.
Scllgman was operated on for the ro-
movul of a tumor at 1 o'clock on Mon
day afternoon and denth was duo to ox
cesslve shock and hemorrhage.
Topeka, Kan , May 31. (lenera!
Manager Mudge of the Santa Fo road
"Owing to tho men not being quali
fied thoroughly, our train code will bo
delajed putting into operation from
June 1 until November 1. Under thu
new code all cinplojes must lie ablo to
real iind write."
cunaay uuuetin, l. per year.
Agents, Broken and Jobbers.
W, G. Irwin & Co.
Western Sugar Refinery Company ot
Baldwin Locomotive Works ot Phila
delphia, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), New York, U.S.A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross & Sons' hlghgrado Ferti
lizers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
Parnfflne Paint Co.'s P.& P. Paints and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed OH,
raw and boiled.
tndurlno (a cold-water paint), In whlto
Fitter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
CASTLES COOKE, Ltd
Tho Ewa Plantation Co.
Tho Walalua Agricultural Co , Ltd.
Tho Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walmca Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo.
Tho Standard Oil Co.
The Ceo. F, Illnko Steam Pumps.
The New England Life lnsuranco Co.
Tho Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
ALEXANDER & BALDWINS
II. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle First Vlco President
W. M. Alexander., Second Vlco Pres.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. K. Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
4GENTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co., Haiku Sugar Co., Pala Plan
tation Co., Nahlku Sugar Co., Klhel
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
Kauulut Railroad Co.,
Wm. G. Irwin & Co
Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Manager
Claus Spreckels Vlco President
W. M. Glffard.. Second Vlco 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 Aerlritltnrnl i?n nAirnin
Suirar Plant. Cn.. Dnnmnn Rtn-n. r-n
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co'.
aiaaee eugar uo.,ualeaKnIa Ranch Co.,
Tho Planters' Lino of San Francisco
Packets, nhnn. rtrnwAr e. nn'a 1 in. f
LIST OF OFFICERS:
G. M. Cnnkn. PrAnlilpnt- nnnrtrn
Robertson. Manncorr r! P. ninhnn
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F.
Alien, Auauor; i'. u. Jones, H. Wa
terhouse and Ceo. R. Carter, Directors.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO..
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
Tho Balolse lnsuranco Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sowing Machine, Etc.
General Manager of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United States for the
OFFICE, Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Design your own ledgers, cash
books, etc. It you pro undecided, we
Will heln Ton. Thnt In In mi lln. on
j the PRICE IS RIGHT, at tho HVEN-
BISHOP & CO.
Bstablliiried In 1888.
Transact business In all department!
Collections carefully attended to.
Exchange bought and sold.
Cothmprrtnl nml TrnvAlnra' T.At.tAM
of Credit Issued on The Bank of Call.
lornia ana n. 11. uottucblid & Sons,
Correspondents The Bank of Call.
fornta. Commercial Ranklnn ia. nf
Sydney, Ltd., London.
Liracis ana caeiio transfers on China
and Japan through the Hongkong A
Shanghai Banking Corporation and
Chartered Bank of India, Australia and
Interest allowed on term deposits at
tho following rates per annum, viz:
Seven days' notice, at 2 per cent.
Three months, at a per cent.
8lx months, at 3 1-2 per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per cent
Act as Trustees under mortgages.
Vrjage estates (real and personal),
Collect rents and dividends.
Valuablo papers. Wills, Bonds, e.n
received tor safe-keeping.
Auditors for Corporations and Pri
Books examined and reported on.
Statements of Affairs prepared.
Trustees on Bankrupt or insolvent
OFFICE, 924 RETHEL STREET.
Deposits received nnd Interest al
lowed at 4 1-2 por cent per annum, In
accordance, with HuIcb Bnd Regula
tions, copies of whlcu may bo obtained
FIRE, MARINE LIFE, ACCIDENT
AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY IN
Insurance Office, 924 Bethel Street
Wm. Q. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, : : T. H.
Ann FranrlapA An.ni. ti.a m
vada National Bank of San Francisco,
tin Franelaen - Tan NTavaa m.
Uonal Bosk of San Francisco.
London The Union Bank ot Lon
New York Amortrnn T?TAhnm,A j.
Chicago Merchants' National Bant
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
erlln Dreedner Bank.
Hannkonn mil VCaI...,. irnn.
kong-Shanghal Banking Corporation,
New Zealand anri Ami.i.u nanw
ot New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank, ot
British North America,
DeDOBitS recetvpri. Tinna marfA am
... H.HUV ,M
approved security. Commercial aid
Ffaa VAIaaaf. ft a. -!. I - a a a a a
.iciuia vruuus issuea. mils ot Ex
change bought and sold.
collections Promptly Accounted For.
Pioneer Building and Loan
A88ET8, JUNE 30, 1901, W0.04J.37.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Saving Bank tor monthly deposits,
HoUSbS built on tha mnnlhlv Inc. all.
Twenty-third Series of Stock Is now
OFFICERS -J. L. McLean, Presl
dent: A. A. Wilder, Vice President;
O. B. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear
DIRECTORS J. L. McLean. A.
A. Wilder. A. V. floor n 11 n-j-
J. D. Holt, A. W. Kooch, J. A. Lylt!
Jr J. it. Little. L'. 8. Rnvrt.
A. V. UEAit,
Office Hours: 12:30 1;30 p. m.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Ten 24.000,000
l'aiej up Capital Yen 18,000,000
Reserved Fund Yen 8,710,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
The Bank buys and receives for col
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and transacts a
general banking business,
On Flied Per cent
Deposit. Per annum.
For 12 months 4
For 6 months Si
For 3 months 3
Branch of the Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., 11. King Stree
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
60 CENTS EACH
On sale at ofhee ot . . .
THE . . .
All Lovers of the Sport
are requested to register their
Stnto or Territory at tho
Honolulu Bowling Parlors
Primary, Secondary or Tertiary Blood Po.sow
ftrmtmtmtif Cird. T b trfcU4 t ha
trial. If fc Ulta atrcary, Mldt U
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Uf pt f the U4j, Ilklr Kbrt hllLaf U rH
Cook Remedy Co.
till BaVaatallat T !. rhlf . Ill tOf , Af . ( IS
i l 100,400. ft Mlkh U ml Wltatlt t4VM. Wtfcft
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