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E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd;,
NEW BUILDING, CORNHR FORT AND KING STREETS.
Q. II. llcrrey's office. 8 Campbell bid
Kona coffee to be good mtikt be pure
C. J l)aj sells It
Ice cold beer "0t) a dozen. C'nmar.t
. Co., Tel. Illue 402.
The place to get pure Kona toffee Is
at C. J. I)a s grocery.
A furnished room centrally located
for a gentleman Is offered for rent.
See To Let column on page S
toadies' lace bose of celebrated
Ilcrnudorf de at three pairs for $1.00
at N. S. Sachs' this week. See ad.
There will be no concert on the
Capiiol grounds this afternoon ns had
been planned. The band will he In at
tendance at the funeral of the lata
John Adair Hasslngir.
The. lllaliop of l'anopolls will leave
for the Mainland In the Alameda Tues
day. He lias not been ery well of lata
and ficls that he must hae a ihango
If be Is to regain his strength.
Don't forget Camannos of the Call
fornlt Krult Market when you want
fruit ami vegetables. He alno8 has
on hand a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits Telephone Main
Humors having been going
rounds that Senator Achl was out jf
tcr the po3t of Delegate to Washing
ton from this Territory, thnt 'eglslator
called In at this office yesterday and
stated In no uncertain terms that li'J
wac not a candidate and that be could
not accept the position were it to bo
Niho, one of the pilot boat bojs. Is
in durance lie on the charge of beat
ing his wife Just after she had glcn
birth to a child The nathe appeared
In the Police Court yesterday and his
case was put oer until Tuesday In
the meantime he Is being held without
ball. It being feared that his wife will
die. Her condition is certainly cry
Mrs. Ocrould, who addresses the
Christian church In Alakea street this
morning, is the widow of Dr. II. Ger
ould, founder of the Gerould homo at
Hiram College, where girls may ob
tain an education at a cost of 12. SO a
week. Mrs. Gerould, who is the guest
of Mr and Mrs. W. C. Weedon, is re
turning from a tour of lsltatlon to
missions In many lands.
William Reed, the man who stabbed
Jerry Cronln in tho back In a fight
near the Opera House on the night of
May 24, appeared for a hearing in the
Police Court jestcrday forenoon. Tho
prosecution put on four witnesses with
the result that the testimony adduced
was overwhelmingly against the de
fend; nt who was bound oer to tho
next term of the Circuit Court. hU ball
being placed at (800.
SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 14th.
For a Short Season Only
JACK SUTTON'S ENTERTAINERS
First Class Vaudeville
Clever Performances on the Hlnh Wire
Introducing Original Aerial Wheel
In Serlo-Comlc Effusions.
In a Series of Clever Dances.
Artistic Exhibitions on the Trapeze.
HARRY COGILL and MAIE ARLEA
"The Booking Agent"
Inimitable Songs, Dances and Bur.
Character Comedian and Hungarian
ALTRO, THE TRAMP
Juggler Comedian Extraordinary.
Positively the Most Wonderful Lady
Contortionist and Balancer of the
llox offlco opens nt tho Orphuim
TlmrMlay nt 9 a. in.
A -: FIRST-CLASS : ATTRACTION.
TO LET Nicely furnished room, for
gentleman; In prlvato family. En
quire second cottage lu Emma
(ji aer- v 'h. w
l.ecps tlio clothes from getting wrink
led and makes nn Ideal closet. Th
only practical closet set manufactured
and made cither for ladles or gentle
men. Set consisting of 21 pieces mly
S.. ' T & '
Gentlemen refresh otirseUes nt tho
first National Saloon.
No paint Is fire proof but the PI2ER
I.HSS comes nearest to It.
Nicely furnished rooms. Popular
House, 1249 Fort St., 11.60 per week up.
Blank books of all sorts. ledgers, etc
manufactured by tho Bulletin Publish
The steamer Maul Is expected In to
i'.a with later news of the okuuo of
A reward Is offered for the return
nl n hunch of six kes lost on Friday,
Si o Lost column on page S.
I For baby carriages and sewing ma
chines and stoves and safis, call on
Hotfschlaegcr Co , Ltd.
i For n quiet afternoon, a cooling sea
bricze nnd a dinner fit for the gods tin
, Wulklkl Inn Is Just the place.
The sermon In St Andrew's Cathe
dral this oenlng will be delivered b)
Rev A C. Wilson who Is lulling In
The golf championship between A.
Uanlc nnd It Anderson will be played
ou the links at Moanatua today. II
is exnerted that the contest will be a
L,rj ,,u,n one a8 tioth meu arc excellent
The next meeting of the Research
Club will be held nt the home of W. O
Smith In Niiuanu valley Saturday
night, June 14. Mr. Smith has con
tented to speak on the subject of "Mu
The regular 4 o'clock meeting of the
Y. M. C A today will be held on till
grounds of Knmehamcha by special
Imitation of Principal Dyke. Tlieo.
Richards will address the meeting. All
those Interested In the work arc cor
dially Invited to attend.
There was to havo been a meeting of
the Territorial Central Committee last
night for the purpose of transacting
some routine matters but there being
no quorum present, it was decided by
thosiy who were present to postpone the
meeting until Tuesday night next.
The meeting of the executive torn
mlttee of the Fourth of July celebra
tion. which was to havo been lielil cb-
ti-rday afternoon, did not take place
on account of a mlstako In regard to
the time when the meeting should take
II. M. Ayres, for the last two years
sporting editor of the Advertiser baa
severed his connection with that paper.
After a two weeks' vacation he will
again engage In work of a literary na
ture. Other changes on the reportorlal
staff of the Advertiser are said to be
Members of Mystic Lodge, No. 2, nnd
llrooks Division, Uniform Rank, K. of
P., are requested to meet nt their Cas
tle hall on Sunday at 1 p. m. to attend
the funeral of their late brother John
A. Hasulnger Members of Oaliu and
McKlnley lodges are also lequestcd to
1 MURPHV (-I!
Tho program of the Murphy Tem
perance Club last night was n good one
The opening sketch by Frnnk II. Ward
and W Schwartz entitled "Tho Stupid
Coon," was veiy good Master Illgglni
sang a song which was well received,
followed by a song from Mr. Addison,
which was repeatedly encored
A sketch, "The Shadow." by Messrs
Ward, Schwartz, McMaster and Sey
mour, kept tho audience in a roar ol
laughter from beginning to end. A song
by Mr. Addison "Every Nation Has n
Flag, but a Coon." was the hit of the
evening, after which lie sang "Rag
M. Nakulnn spoke on the work of the
Murphy Club, which was followed by
a guitar duet by tho Wallace Bros
making a very nice evening's enter
tainment, i a
Four finely developed Dalmatian
puppies were sold at noon yesterday
In Mnrgnn's auction rooms on Queen
street A male dog brought $10, whilo
tho female animals fetched from $7 to
$S Tho puppies aie about Blx weeks
old and are fine specimens of tho coach
hoimil '1 hoy originally belonged to
Mr Lewis of Lewis Brothers, the con
tractors Severn) dogs of a former litter
brought as mm b as $25 for the mules
and $20 for the females
Some one named the four beauties
EOld jestercl.i). Kilauea, Mokuawcoweo
Manna I.oa und Hiiliaknl.t. in honor ol
tho signs of volcanic activity In these
Tho T!venlni? Bulletin. 7R renin ner
Turfmen from Hawaii
News from the Track
The much vexed question of what
(.disunites nn amateur and a protest
eluual drhei. which has of late been
disturbing the minds 01 the local Bport
up fraternity, has at last been definite
lu answer to letter asking for lnfoi
nation on the subject, Charlie Bclllnn
lucclved by the S. S Aiameda a reply
to the following effect.
Thnt a drler to become a proies
blonnl must hac reeeled financial re
muneration for hnlng drhen tt horse
In a race. The fact that he droo hli
twn horse for a purse In no way dam
apes his amateur Btatus,
Conditions of the Race,
The question arose nt the last meet-
lug of the Hawaiian Jockey Club when
tho makeup of the program was ells
tutsed lu tho original draft of tho
I rogrnra for Juno 11, the conditions
governing tho gentlemen driving
lice rend as follows:
One mile, horses to be driven by
amateurs First prize oU cup nnu
Tourney cart; second prize, buggy;
third prize, set of harness.
On account of the number and vnluo
f the prizes offered n great deal of
Interest was taken in the race nnd n
number of owners declared their In
tention of competing, some of whom
In tho opinion of the other horsemen
were not eligible to compete on no
ict.nt of hnvlng, ns they thought, for
felted their amateur standing by hav-
mr nt times competed for cash prizes.
ewecpstakes and side bets
A heated discussion followed and tho
rtiult was that conditions of tho raca
were revised ns follows
One mile, fre for all members of tho
Jockey Club who nave never driven
for n purse, owners to drive.
This procediiro of course elated n
(Urstnting faction who deputed Mr
Brlllna to write to the Breeder and
SpCTtsnlan In order to find out Just
Low- the matter stood. The result of
the inquiry Is given above.
The ruling of tho Califnrnlan turf
authority will not Influence this yenr's
race on account of the binding and
specific conditions Introduced. Next
5 car. however, a number of local driven-
"rtio are prohibited fiom compet
ing In next Wednesday's amateur
event by the clause In the conditions
leading "for members who linve nev
ci driven for n purse," will pilot horses
'.l tho gentlemen's driving rae.
Yesterday's Track Matinee.
The matinee at the track yesterday
was of an Interesting nattirTT niiil the
lerformanccs of tho horses were
watched with Interest "by a number of
Iirsona who Journcvcd to tho track In
the hope of Bcelng something sensa.
tlor.al develop in the speed line. They
were doomed to disappointment, how
ever, for the work done, while of an
entertaining nature, verged on tlie or
Wayboy'g best milo wbb a fraction
woiso than 2:20. He put In other
heats In 2-30 and 2-35.
Edna O. was driven heats by John
Cullan in 2 23, 2.30 and 2-38. The
tree for all candidate worked along
nicely and hns tno unique ndvantngo
of being tho only horso In the classic
event which can boast of a sound set
The Three-Legged Wonder.
Cyclone, the three legged wonder,
paced In 2:31, 2.35, 2-38 and 2:42.
With another leg under him Qulnn'a
b'nek pacer should show 2:15 without
W H. Norton's little man pacer Dl
reetrcss pleased her owner by work'
ini, a mile In 2:23 without a skip. ills.
I laying a good denl of her old tlmo
$-3 ?? 3-5 $?$ J5 $$ j,,$,j
Jack Sutton Brings
New Vaudeville Team
Tho demand for first class vaudeville.
In Australia which has irulcd such
keen competition .in.ong Lne and Rlu,
mil the local managers, has earned tho
-4' (wring of the SUips and Eu ipe for
tin) pick of tho houMs ns rlv.ii attrac
tions Harry Illckards, for vears pre
mier entertainer of Australasia In vau
deville, has been forced to look to his
laurels and in several trips has tho
best attractions booked for two and
more seasons ahead,
Lee and Rial have placed Honolulu
on their circuit, but Rlckurds lias in
variably opened his peoplo In Austra
lia, taking several through two steam
ers ago After contracts are conclud
ed, the performers make their wav back,
to the States or Europe by devious
routcb, according to their funcy and
the extent of their often scanty tav
lugs out of liberal salaries.
Captain Jack Sutton hit upon tho
happy idea of taking several of tho
artists whoso terms of contract ex
pired simultaneous) and extending
their seaBon by playing a tour of tho
Orient, returning to tho States by way
of Honolulu. Through this fortunate
combination ho bhous upon his pluy
bills many names that nightly drew
crowded houses in Melbourne und Svd
ney and Honolulu secures tho oppor
tunity, nlwnjs acceptable and promptly
form 8hc stepped other heats in
27 nnd 2 30.
Illlly Letups, the "lager beer" horse,
mil Oak (lroe workej heats togcth.
cr in 2 30, 2 35 nnd 2 2S.
Waldo J. was moed lour slow heats,
the time of which wns too slow to bo
worth recording. The "white ghost"
acted well and leaves nothing to bo de
sired In point of condition.
A Versatile Trotter,
Last Monday, Captain Souro took
his trotter Artie W. from the track
Olsappolutcd, because his pet signally
failed to show that speed which ho
undoubtedly possesses. The following
day the bay gelding while being driven
bv his owner on the Beach road, went
to his work so resolutely that Captain
Senile changed bin mind and entered
him In the gentlemen's driving race.
Turfmen From Hllo.
The Klnau brought n number ol
turfmen from Hllo jesterday, among
tlmm being (1 S. McKenzle, C. Cnstcn
dyck, George Wilson. John O'ltourkc,
V. A. Vnl). C. McLennan, W. O. Wal
ker, Albert Horner nnd Col. W. II.
O. S. McKenzle Is tho owner of tho
runners, Socialist, Mullah, Tlmo Cen
ter and (leneral Cronje. McLennan
civ-ns Rejected, nnd W. O. Walker, Del
Vista, all of which horseB nro being
trained by Bob Burns at Kaptolanl
C. Cn8teiulyclt owns the speedy blnck
sprinter Frnnk S. and comes down to
(mend the races.
John O'Hotirke Is a brother of Jas
O'ltourkc. who is now- in town, and the
two of them own Carter la. Harrison
Ji. The former also owns The Frctter,
v Ir.ner ol tho Bums' Handicap ol
i!'01, and other good horses.
An Enthusiastic Horseman.
Albert Horner, the manager of the
Kukalau ranch, Is nn enthusiastic
horh-cmnn ami will be ona of the
judges at this week's meeting.
V. A. Vldy is tho wCTl known Hllc
jockey. Ho will have mounts at the
coming races. Another Jockey who nr
ilvt-d on the Klnau jesterday Is the
diminutive JnpanebO whose monkey
like crouch is so familiar to Hawaiian
0. S. McKenzle went direct to ths
tinck nnd Trainer Burns worked out
his string In his presence. Tho pro
ceedings weer unexpected and very
few watches were snapped on the fly
Nullan and Rejected were sent off
together and ran five furlongs in 1:02,
The three quarter pole, at which the
turncy ended, was reached In 1 : 1G,
Millah having n length tho best of the
Del Vista nnd Uenernl Cronje then
took the track, the former negotiating
c mile in 1:45 and the General tra
versing tho same distance plus two
furlongs In 2:13.
Entries Close "Monday.
Entries for the running events close
tomorrow afternoon at 5 o'clock.
On Friday morning John Ouderklrk
e'.iovo his black enigma Sambo alias
Steamplough for the first time this sea
season A mile was turned very com
fnrtubly In 2-23, The blnck gelding
will undoubtedly start In tho gentle
nan's driving raco on Wednesday and
there are few- horses whoso perform
ance will be watched with greater In
terest by the general public. Last
ear ho showed 2:1G In n work-out but
but shortly nfterwards went wrong.
This year ho has been systematically
nursed nlong in his preparation. Some
folks say that he lias yet to show that
h,' can stand the gaff, but on tho other
band lie hns given no evidence what
ever that ho Is not n race horse.
accepted, of witnessing some first class
The combination has traveled
through China gleaning unstinted
praise and now comes to Honolulu un
der tho management of Captain Jack
Sutton, well known In theatrical cir
cles. To thoso who have acquaintance
with tho stars of the variety stage,
thero uro many names In Sutton's ad
vertisement that guarantee his claim
to a first class combination, Tho Aus
tralian papers have spoken well of
them and Honolulu will give them a
ready welcome. We have n discrimi
nating taste In Honolulu but such
names as Harry Coglll, Aqulnaldo,
Annie Tasnia. Altrc the Tramp and
several others disarm criticism and In
vite closer acquaintance
Follow lug tho lead of Leo nnd Rial,
Captain Sutton has resolved to plaj at
tho Orpln-uni, where! In this hot weath-
fr, n vaudeville audience eun enjoy the
program In unconventlonul and con
venient ease, cigar lu mouth and com-
foi tally apparelled
Tho performance conslts of bright
llttlo comedies skitche-s, songs Jug
gllng, balancing aerial feats and a pot
pouril of onjovment The engagement
will undoubtedly open to a packed
bouse that will foiget vukunlc rumors
nnd alnims In laughter and sensation,
The company arrives In tho Hongkong
SUNDAY, JUNE 8, 11)03
Chklrim la Creole Re To nam
Radi-hei Catlar on Toasl yueci) Olive
Boiled rrc'h Salmon Mallre d II let
-amb Cuttt Muihronm -'-ill, e
ehiden I rlrame ill Rlne
Call e-. Hrairn llte-nlcl Butter "Sauce
furitelt I'ears a la Comic
Young Tuilcev, Cnnherry Sauce
Prime Ribs ol Heel ISroun rotatoel
Mirlmp Mlyunnii.e 1 ettiKe
Corn on Cob Giren Peai MulieJ I'otatoti
Apricot BlicrM anl'la Ke Cream
Cabinet I uililinit Wine Siine
Mil rtnit lu Seaiuii
Saturday, Juno 7.
Slmr Jnmen Makee Tnllott, from
nnhola, with sugar
Stmr. Klnau, Freeman from Hllo
nnd way ports, with mall, passengers
mid miscellaneous freight.
C-A. II. M. S S Mlowera, Hem
ming, from Vancouver (May 30) nnd
Victoria (May 31) with 2 cabin pas
sengers for Honolulu, docked at P. M.
wharf at 3:45 p m
TO SAIL TODAY.
U. S F C. 8. S Albatross, Thomas,
In search of two boats of abandoned
Br sp. Fnnnle Kerr, containing first
trate and 15 men Expects to sail on
Lrrhal of stmr W. O. Hall from Ka
Mai with Kerr's captain.
C.-A. K, M. S S Mlon era, Hemming,
lor Suva, Brisbane and Sydney, from
P. M. wharf at 3 p m.
From Hllo and way ports, per stmr.
hlnau, June 7 G D. Stanford, Dr,
Piimmnnn, W K McMillan, M. Alex
ariler nnd wlfo Rev J. H Behrcns.
W. F. Drake W. A. Burke, M. II.
Houghtalliug Wm Kitchen, Gils
SJucn, C Castcndvck, It, L. Scott. I.
S, Dillingham, Rev J. A. Crcesan
A. L. Loulsson. E. P. Mnble, George
Wilson, W, II. Lambeit and wife, J.
1). Lewis, J. A Scott. Major Wood.
John Orcuke. W. 1). Schmidt, V. A.
Mdy. II. L. William, G. S. STcKenzlc.
I). McLcnar. W. G. Walker, Albert
Horner, VIbs E May, T. Onodarn, T.
R. Kcfworth. J Renton, W. J, Djer,
Mrs. Luahlwa, Miss E. Ranohaku. D.
Akonn, Achlp, Apu wlfo and four chll
dicn; It. Slaughter. H. Sloan. O. W.
Pattern, F J Chapman, E. M. Wat
con. Alex. Diirlianan, Col. W. II. Corn
well, A. McDuffle, W. E. Devercux,
II. fl. Young and 71 deck passengers.
From Vancouver and Victoria, per
C.-A. S. S Mlowera. June 7 Mlsi
Schneider, MIm Phillips. Mrs. Schnei
der. Mrs. Gill, Mrs Mack, Messrs. May,
Knight. Hollowaj. Mack( Brlerly, Rod
riques, Jacobs and Captain Henderson.
For the Colonics, per C.-A. S. S. Mlo
wcra, sailing nt 3 p. ni. today. II. I'.
E'armcr and Miss Gardner.
CHARTERS FOR HILO.
Am. bk. Amy Turner San Francisco
Am. sp. Falls of Chile. San Fran
Am. bk. Martha Davis. San Fran
Am. bk Santiago. San Francisco.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Am. bk. Annie Johnson. Williams.
Am. bktn. Skagit, Robinson.
Am. bk. St Kathcrlne, Saunders.
Am bk. Roderii It Uhu, Johnson.
Am. bk. R. P Rithet. MePhall.
May 31 Am bktn Skagit. Robinson,
2fi days from Port Gamble; lumber
laden for Haekfold ic Co.
Juno 1 Schr Chas. L Woodbury,
Harris, from Honolulu; general cargo
Juno 3 Schr C'l.aa L Woodbury.
Harris, for IIoloIi.I i with firewood,
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CAN BE GIVEN IN ULAS jF TFR Tt . C COFFEC
WITHOUT PATIENT !kMJWUOOC
Whtw Ribbon RenJ uill ,ur or de&tro) the
4 1 Kiwi arretlle for Jl li ill ktlmulant whether
the fatten! is a . mfirm--i inebriate a tippler
social drinker or JrunkarJ Imp mlble for anone
tu have an apretlte lur ak djiic liquo after usini;
White RlLbon Heme-Jy
INDUkSll) BY MCMBLPS OFW C T V
Mrs A M TuwnstnJ St rur) of the Women
Christian Temperance I ni.n writo I haw testsj
White Wlbbon KtmeJy on vers ulstlnate JrunkarJi
ani 'he cures hae been man In many cases the
KrmeJy was clen M...reil I cheerfully recommend
anJinJurw White Hibb n Kerne Jy Members of our
tn'on are JelluntvJ t hnJ a prautUal ani economical
treatment tu alius in out temperance work
DruiriJttk eerwhere or bx mail fi jr to
Tral paikdie free bv wrlttrv jr calllne on Mrs f
C MUOWf Co Sup I'kmW L fl Ventura
Cal SulJ in llonululu b Hullister Drui Co LU ,
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we Mean nal cay 1 our
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anil we mall liitriictlona,tc.tlnionl
aM ami nerxl FRH a n Nitntntr a
I'retly Piece of l Inl 1 1 laic jVw Try. rite at nnce.
Acme Book Co Do38 Aahetilla N Cnrollns US
Given unJer the iuplces of the
HONOLULU ATHLETIC CLUB,
Wednesday Night, June Nth,
AT 8 P. M.
A Sclentinc Inhibition of
BOXINQ FENCINQ WRE3TLINQ
Tho best local talent will contest for
ensh prizes and medals'.
.The event of the opening will bo n
10-round content for points between
Lon Agnew and Jack Weedon.
Secure your scats early at
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
8BAT8 NOW ON HALE.
For Want Column See Page Six
FOR SALE Furnlturo of six room cot
tage; houso can bo rented. Apply
30 Vinuvard St, below Nuuanu.
FOR SALE Bargain, gentlo driving
horse, buggy nnd harness; will sell
horse separate. P. O. Box 5C1.
LOST Bunch of six keys nenr post-
office. Return to this offlco and re
ceive reward. 20s 2t
FOUNTAIN PEN On Fort 8t. Re
ward for return to 5 Mctntyro BIdg.
W. C. Weedon. 21C5-3t
LOST Heart-shaped gold pin In Ad
ams lano. Return to this office and
rocolvo reward. 2153 tf
NEW - TO-DAY
The Palace Grill
DICK DALY, Proprietor.
HONOLULU, JUNE 8, 1003
TABLE D'HOTE DINNER
fJrecii Sci Turtle Cornomme Oleitine
H!ctolSn!t aUMaitred Hold
Pommen Saratoga Clii
RaJUhe Uueeti Olivet Calar on Toast
I'reih Lobster Ntw1rtf In I'attie
Small KunipSiealc, Mushroom Sauce
Corn oit the Cob Mashed Potatoes
Sweet Pol aloe Aiparaut, llotlanJaUe
Prime Beef, au Jus
Stuffed Tutkey Cranberry Sauce
KuglUu Plum Pudding, Hard anil Brand) Sauce
anllla Ice Cream
Coco a nut CaVe Suits Cheese Kaltlm
Cream Chcee Nuts Coffee Cafe Nolr
Tea Iced Tea
Dinner from 5 to B--75 cents.
Mystic Lodge No. 2, K. of P.
.Members of Jlystlc Lodge No. : arc
earnestly requested to meet at their
castle hall, King street, on Sunday at
1 o'clock, to tako part In tho funeral
of their late Brother, John A. Hassln
gf r, 1'. C. .Memhers of Oaliu 7'o. 1 nnd
MtKlnljy Xo. 8 and sojourning wroth
cm are Incited to participate.
By order of tho C. C.
A. n. MUIIPHY,
iOS-lt K. of II. & 3.
Brooks Division, Uniform Rank,
K. of P.
Memhers of Brooks Division, Vnl
form Hank, K. of P., aro earnestly re
quested to meet at their castlo hall,
King street, on Sunday nt 1 o'clock, to
tnlto part In tho funeral of our late
I'rotlier, John A. Ilassinger, P. C.
Memhers of Oaliu No. 1 nnd McKlnley
No S, and sojourning brothers aro In
vited to participate.
B order of the Sir Knight Captain.
OltLANDO J. WHITEHEAD.
INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAVIQA
TION CO., LTD.
Notice to Shippers.
Sulphuric, nitric or other chemical
ncldB; will bo received for transportn
Hon by all ot our steamers on and
alter this date until further notice.
J. ENA, President.
Honolulu, Juno 7th, 1902. SlGS-ltf
A special meeting of Hawaiian
Lodge, No 21. V. &A. M , will bo held
Sunday, at 2 3ff p m , In tho Mnsonlii
'Irmple, for tho purpose of attending
ibo funeral of our
LATE BRO. JOHN ADAIR HASSIN
GER. Members of Pacific Lodge and Lodge
lo Progres and Waiting brethren nr
inViIed to attend
By order of Worshipful Master
K. R. G. WALLACE
!KS2t Acting Secretary.
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fornia and N. M. Rothschild & Sons,
Correspondents The Bank of Cali
fornia, Commercial Banking Co. of
Sydney, Ltd., London.
Drafts and cable transfers on China
and Japan through the Hongkong ft
Shanghai Banking Corporation anf)
Chartered Bank of India, Australia and
Interest allowed on term deposit! at
the following rate! por annum, viz:
Seven days' notice, at 2 per cent
Three month, at 3 per cent
Six months, at 3 1-2 per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per cent
Act as Trustees under mortgages.
W-jago estates (real and personal).
Collect rents and dividends.
Valuablo papers, Wills, Bonds, eta,
received for Bofe-kceplng.
Auditors tor Corporations and Pri
Books examined and reported on.
Statements of Affairs prepared.
Trustees on Bankrupt or Insolvent
OFFICE, 924 BETHEL STREET. I
Deposits received and Interest al
lowed at 4 1-2 per cent per annum, la
accordances with Rules and Regula
tions, copies of whlcu may bo obtained
FIRE, MARINE LIFE, ACCIDEN1
AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY IN
Insurance Office, 024 Bethel Street
Wm. a. Irwin
Clans Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, : t T. H.
in Francisco Agentt Tho N
rada National Bank of Ban Francisco.
an Francisco The Nevada Na
tional Bank of Saa Francisco.
London The Union Bank ot Loa
New York American Bichanie Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Pari. Credit Lyonnals.
B.rlln Dresdnor Bank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Moat-kong-Bhangkal
New Zealand and Australia Bank
ot New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank ol
British North America.
Deposit! received. Loans made na
approved security. Commercial aad
Travelers' Credit. Issued. BUI. of Ex
change bought and Mid.
Collection. Promptly Accounted For,
FioHeer Building and Loan"
ASSETS, JUNE SO, 1601, 180,04147.
Moaey loaned on approved security.
A Saving Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on the monthly Install
Twenty-third Sorlei of Btock Is nw
OFFICERS J. L. McLean. Presi
dent: A. A. Wilder, Vice President:
O. B. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. dear.
DIRECTORS J. .L. McLean. A.
A. Wilder, A. V. Gear, O. U. Gray,
J. D. Holt, A. W. Keeck. J. A. Lyl.
Jr, J. M. Little, V. 8. Boyd.
A. V. GEAR,
Offlce tTonra: IS: 80 1:30 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, YOKOHAMA.
The Bank buys and receives for col.
lection Bills ot Exchange, Issnes Drafts
ana bettors or credit, and transacts a
general banking business.
On Fixed p8r cent
Deposit. Per annum.
For 12 months 4
For 6 month 3)
For S months s
riranch ot the Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., lh King Stree
5 maps, $2.00
)n salt at ofhee ot
THE . . .
All Lovers o! the Sport
are requested to register their
State or Territory at the
Honolulu Bowling Parlors
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