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DUL.UKUN. HONOLULU. H. T., TUESDAY, JUNE 10. 1902.
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JUNE 10 1902.
The Adcrtlser sajs the Governor
acted after a tonferene with Chief
Justice Krear Has It Indeed come to
this, that the Chief Justice renders a
decision and then advises the Govern
or to upset It.
What will Washington sav? That's
tho question that alwavs goes tho
rounds. Among postofflco officials thn
Inrush of tho malls will piobably gu
down to history ns tho Second Doni'
bardment from Hawaii.
Tho Advertiser may try to convlnco
the public that It Is attacking the
com (8 on principle, but the public Is
t-undll) becoming convinced that thu
Advertiser disregards every honest
American principle and Is moved solo-
ly by personal splto.
Somehow or other, tne Governor
doesn't seem to bo worrying his head
over Attorney lllttlng, who Is serV'
Ing a sentenco of more than forty
eight hours for contempt ot what tho
Advertiser this morning Savs is a die
reputable and revengeful court
There Is no holiday of tho year
which the people ot Hawaii more uni
versally give over to enjoying them
selves than Kamelinmehi Day, tho
11th of June. Tho sports and many
special events'ot tho day cell to mind
tho pleasant TcatureB'of good old das
which none regrets nnd few of this
Territory will forget. Human naluro
has many faults but It can be credited
with memorizing firmly tho happy fca
tures of tho past, allowing tho
worries and tho difficulties and th
wars to remain burled.
THE LIE ISAILIM.
1 The statement of the Bulletin that
Acting Governor Cooper refused tho
pardon In tho Smith contempt caso
which Governor Dolo so promptly
granted Is untruo and Ib probably do
signed to create more friction in tho
llcpubllcan party When called upon
last Thursday night Judge Cooper was
a very sick man, but ho said he hoped
to bo ablo to tako up tho question of a
pardon tho first thing tu tho morning
When morning enmo ho was worse
and he has not ct returned to duty.
As Judge Cooper Is tho man who. In
tho famous contempt proceedings of a
year ago. Issued tho pardons which
kept Judge Hnrtwull and Messrs. Kin
ney and Ilallou fror going to jail at
tho Instanco of a dlsreptitahlo nnd re
vengeful court, his attitude In tho moro
rocent crisis ot the fight lor good gov
ernment may be easily surmised Ad
vertiser, This statement published In Mr
Thurston s newspaper this morning
proves, bejond any possibility of suc
cessful refutation, tho Advertiser's ab
solute disregard for tho truth.
The Dulletln has only to refer to tho
personal statement of Secictary Coop
er which shows Mr. Thurston's paper
to havo uttered and published a delib
erate falsehood, tho moro brazen bo
cause Thurston himself went to Act
ing Governor Cooper's rcsldenco nnd
Thurston himself heard from tho Gov
ernor's own lips the positive and abso
lute refusal to Interfere.
The comparison between tho Adver
tiser case and tho Hartwcll affair is In
teresting becauso tho Incidents havo
such marked features of difference.
The Hartwell contempt caso occurred
at n tlmo when feeling was running
high. Even tho Executive performed
acts which mora maturo deliberation
might havo changed, furthermore tho
ilnrtvveTl caso had not been beforo tho
Supreme Court for final determination
Tho Advertiser contempt caso had
run tho vvholo gamut of Judicial review
nnd Judicial decision. Tho action of
the Circuit Court had been upheld by
tho court of last rosort. Tho Ailvor
tlscr may lie, It may dlstoit tho truth,
It may malign, but It ennnjt ovade tho
fact that here was a man In official po
fcllon In this Territory who refused to
becomo n willing tool In a struggle to
destroy tho Integrity of American
THE POOR MAN
By WM. J. O'BRIEN In Washington Times.
Tour letters spell mlnj four others clothes, soon drive him desperately to
spell debt, but to the poor man cachotl'r dangerous harbors. His ability
. . ,, .. . , to meet the Interest demands grows
set should mean the same. To fnclll- ,CM ,uth hu onn dcspar; that Mm9
tate exchange, to make posslblo the ( vampire, feeding ceaselessly on brain
financing of great enterprises, the as- and nerve, makes his work worthless
sumption of debt Is essential, but In or next to It; his position becomes tm
tho one case the ablllt to fettle Is al- periled; ho foresees a blacker outlook
wajs present, unimpaired by tho obll-' for wife and children than an j one else
gallon; In tho other there Is usually could dream well, sometimes ho com
a corporation's long life and the good mits suicide and so ends It nil.
business prospect which made bond I Dut suppose tho loan to be only one
borrowing advisable to secure respec- lightly and thoughtlessly accepted from
tivel) easo In tho pajmeut and profit n friend. The effect on the mental con
In the venture. So, too, with a church, dltlon Is little bettor. The borrower
a cltv or a nation, which can shift upon begins l feeling that the friend
posterity the burden undertaken for glories in his ability to lend. He next
posterltj's benefit, there Is good and detests tho friend for tho supposed
wisdom In a debt. i sentiment. Until he Is nblo to pay he
Hut with the poor man the caso Is
vastly different. Ills debt frequently Is
contracted for what should be regard-
cd bv him as a ltmir and unnecessary
The desire to emulate the more expen-
slve living of the better paid Smith or
Jones to send his children to as fnsh-
lonable n school ns the little Smiths
or the voting Joneses attend, the eager
wish to see his wife hold lit ns dressy
a head as Mrs Smith or Madame Jones,
often tempts him to consider tho very
smooth advertisement of the Shvlock.
There Is no dividend on that Invest-
ment, nnd It cannot bo left to poster-
Ity to pay Neither Is It an obligation
undertaken for convenience, which ho
could discharge at the moment at a i
mere loss of time nnd business It Is a
further mortgage on a future already
well mortgaged to the needs of bring-
Ing up his family,
Tho charges, cuchantlngly easy In
the distance of a month or two, soon
set their exorbitance to snatch the food .
fioni wife and children, soon put tho
gloss of shabblness on tho man's own
n u u u :: :: :: :t :: u :: n m:
IS HAWAII UNDER
"A disreputable and revengeful
These words applied to tho First
Circuit Court of this Territory by tho
Advertiser again brings to public no
tice tho Interpretation which tho pro
prietor of that paper pines upon tho
exercise of tho pardoning power by tho
Chief Executive of Hawaii JiiBt return
ed from Washington. Tho Advertiser
has been and Is the generally accepted
newspaper organ of tho Governor. Tor
the past two erys It has mndc a vl-.
clous and unrelenting warfaro on tho
First Circuit Court, misrepresenting.
the acts of Its Judges nnd by every In
vention of argument and Invectlvo en-i
deavored to bring tho Judges nnd thn,
court Into public disrepute. If tliero
has been any merit In Its attacks, tho
vlrtuo has been clouded, absolutely
lost to sight by tho vindlctlvo charac
ter of tho onslaught and Its over
whelming smear of personal spite.
finally the splto campaign reached
a point wbcro It directly Intcrfcrred
with tho course of justlco in tho case
nf n iirlnnnnr nit trlnl liftfnrn n lurv.
, ,. - - --.-i
inc ounor ot mo Advertiser was can
to account for contempt of court
inree juuges concurred m untune
him inlt!v n, rlinrintl Tlirnw ttnlfrna
concurred In tho sentence of thirty
(lujs imprisonment, mis iook place
on March 12th.
Tho case was Immediately taken be
fore "tho Supremo Court of tho Tcrrl
tory on a writ of habeas corpus. The
Chief Justice granted tho writ, mak
ing it returnable April 2C, nl the same
time admitting tho petitioner to bail
The caso was ably and fully argued
before tlio three Justices of the court.
On Juno Gth following the court ren
dered a decision confirming thu rutins
of the Circuit Court and remnudlng the
petitioner to tho custody of tho High
On tho evening of Jetao 5th, L. A.
Thurston appealed to Acting Govern
or 11. E. Cooper for a pardon. This
Mr. Cooper positively refused.
Fnduy afternoon, Juno CtG, Govern
or Dole arrived In llouolulu and n
eumed tho duties of his office.
Sutmday afternoon, Juno 7th, Gov
ernor Dolo granted the pardon, which
Cooper relused, thereby boldly upset
ting tho order of tho courts. Governot
DoKJe gave no other reason for his ac
tion than the statement that bo con
sldercd tho Benteuce excessive.
On Juno 10th, tho Advertiser, In
whoso behalf tho Governor overthrow
tho mandates of the courts, speaks
of the l'lrst Circuit Court as "a dis
reputable and revengeful court."
Not one word of criticism for the
action of tho courts has been oifercd
oxcept In tho Advertiser.
Not one word of approval has been
offered for tho action of tho Governor
except In tho Advertiser.
The Governor's action was received
with comments ot disgust by men rec
ognized and accepted as his friends.
Tho political situation which seemed
to bo clarifying and hi ought Into
somothlng like a peaceful condition
was Immediately stirred again Into a
fermcnLTho community could overlook
Idlosjncracles, or exccutlvo Indlffer
enco but It protests and vigorously pro
tests against nny Governor of any Top
rltory becoming olaw unto himself, the
Judge, tho Jury and thd law, riding
down rough Bhod ino highest courts
nnd tho conclusions of five Judges
reached nftcr mature deliberation. Tho
most commonplace citizen Is quick to
seo that the Governor, cither Intoxi
cated with power and the Presiden
tial endorsement, bllniT to his duty or
boiling with personal splto against tho
Judges, has Btruck at the very foun
dation of Amorlcan Justice. His first
official act has been to defy tho fun
damental principles of American Insti
AND HIS DEBTS
avoids that friend, nnd every time ono
man skulks to avoid the cc of his
fellow man ho Is nearer to dishonesty,
nnd dangerously near to such form ot
crlmlnalit) as he Is naturally most In-
Again his work suffers. He has tho
constant worry which docs not permit
tho beBt use of brain or hand, he Is In-
cllued to be quarrelsome with wife and
children, for some fiend whispers to
him that If he had not them to keep
ho might easily resume his self-respect
by pajment. Quarrels at home lead
to poorer efforts on his part abroad.
he sees tho ground of permanency of
employment slipping away from him
Ho now Is In despair. There Is a
chunce to steal; It means to his tor-
tured mind rehabilitation, he steals
and Is lost.
These are cxtremo cases, perhaps.
but tho prlnclplo Is tho same In all
Debt for the poor man Is the assassin
of manhood and hope, the tempter to
crime, tho fiend that gleefully leads to
danger, to destruction
:t :: t: t: u n u t: n n tt a :: st a
tutions. He has to all Ktents and
purposes endorsed the mallgnors ot
the courts, telling them, "Go on, bovs
1 nm always at hand with the par
don." It has been demonstrated by the
Governor's public interviews that ho
has no love for Individuals members ot
(be local courtB appointed to office by
the lato President McKlnlcy. Tint his
most ardent admirers did not believe
he would carry this feeling to the
point vvhero he would nrUltrarlly over
ride tho whole judicial system even to
tho Supreme Court of tho Territory.
The peoplo of Hawaii had hoped
that, returning from a conference with
tho President, tho Governor would
evince somo Inclination to use bis high
office in a manner to bring about a
better degree of good feeling, nnd, dur
Ing tho closing jcars of his term, ns
Btst In lending the people out of chaos
His first official net, however, has been
along the lines that turn chaos Into
anarchy. Ho seems to feel that tho
President, by nn official endorsement,
lias declared the Governor of Hawaii
to bo tho dictator, the executive, the
legislative and the judlclil power of
the land nnd peoplo over whom he pre
It may bo that such Was the spirit
nnd Intent of President Roosevelt's ac
tion. The Dulletln does nit believe H
was nor do the citizens of Hawaii be
lieve It. As between such arbitrary ac
tion upholding mallgncra of the ju
diciary nnd what Thurston in his con
temptuous nowspaper terms "a dlsrep
jutablo and revengeful court," tho Pre
lilent, the Governor or an j one else In
terested can bank on It that the peoplu
of Hawaii will stand ljyTne Courts.
The Bulletin and the people of this
Territory are quite willing to allow
Governor Dolo to pursue the even ten
or ot his way In the details of his ex
ccutlvo administration, but when Mr.
Dolo goes out of his way to lend Ills
official power to a personal and a splte
ful cnmpalgu against the courts of tho
Territory, ho will discover that the cit
izens of Hawaii refitso to play tho
icle of dumb driven beasts.
"An American Citizen" This paper
does not publish nny communications
.not accompanied by the nnmo of thn
v Titer. The Individual unwilling to
.stand sponsor for his opinion uses his
I time to no other purpose than aiding
In enlarging contributions to the
j no sieamsnip companies nave re
xponded nobly to the lequest of the
merchants. It Is now up to tho mer
chants to make their program so at
tractive and advertise It so generally
tlibt every Incoming steamer will be
loaned to the guards by Island visit
ors. A MONOTONY BREAKER.
A term of court In Hllo, while not
the attraction It Is In the back counties
of Missouri, Is yet nn agreeable awak
ening from our midsummer dream. It
does not bring Into town a cohort of
crack tobacco spltters from Coon Creek
Township as In Missouri, nor dies It
servo to reunlonlze tho remnant "col
onels" of a "civilization" gone, a gen
try still extant In Kentucky and Ten
nessee, nnd other border States, vvhero
they still congregate at the country
seat, court week, nnd discuss together
mint Juleps and old times. A Hllo
court term hi lugs us variation but It
does not bring such reminiscent tavern
haunting statesmen as are delivered
up by the timbered hills of tho old fa
therland The chief discernible difference be
tween couit week In Hllo and any other
week Is the presence of a Grand Jury
made up of good men and true from
the sugar cane plantations from Puna
Poultry - Supplies
has been used for twenty-three years In tho manufacture of
INCUBATORS AND BROODERS
because It has proven superior to all other kinds. It Is not only true
that Petaluma Incubators and Droodcrs aro made of tho best lum
ber In the world, but every other article used In their construction
Is of the highest grade, and tl crcfore theso "Standards of tho
World" Incubators and Brooders occupy tho samo relative position
to all other Incubators and Brocders that tho mighty California
Redwoods do to other trees.
It is worth your while to read In our late catalogue "A Bit ot
Incubator History." You may havo a catalocuo frco by writing
for It. An involco of assorted sizes Just received by tho
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Agents (op the Territory ot Hawaii
that our Delivery Wagons themselves prove
every claim we make.
Clias, F. Derrick
125 Merchant St., next
to Laupahoehoo. The local bar Is ln-
creased In number by the presence of i
n few legal lights from tho capltol city
of Honolulu nnd otliei outlying dls-J
trlcts. A change nlso Is apparent In
the carriage and personal pose of all
the local court attendants and members
at tho Hllo bar. Tho Judgo of tho
Fourth Circuit dons nn Imposing Prlnco .
Albert and discards the coat of levity
and the careless garb of everyday life.
His bailiff leaves the gossipy stool In
the cobbler's shop on Walanucnuo
street nnd encases himself In a suit of
bright blue, lined In front with two
rows ot brilliant braes buttons. Ills'
attitude also takes on an habitual air'
of erect and soldierly Importance. Tho '
clerk of tho court nnd his good nature.!
deputy, usually men ot such hospitable
leisure, become cnginpt. of rnergy und
Industry They plow through stacks
of papers and wade through Inter
minable Interpretations of a various
The sheriff throws away his baggy
trousers and frajed out coat, battered
by long night drives In the wake nf
fleeing .criminals over trackless lava
stretches, and puts on a tight fitting
suit of flecklcss linen nnd crops his
fiery beard. His deputies and captains
buv new- gold bruld for their caps. The
Inn) erg ore transferred from the wait
ing list to the working list. In court
tlmo In Hllo, a lawyer on tho street Is
recognizable even by a stranger. It Is
the lavvjers' rounding up time, hlfl
harvest home, his plg-stlcklng season.
Did )ou ever observe the ono change
of expression on the face of a Japanese
toller. This change comes only to Ja
panese fishermen, and comes only
when they nro tugging at nets heavy
with fish. The Hllo lawjer wears tho
samo glowing smllo during tho ardu
ous week of tho Court term.
Hllo's midsummer dream would bo
stagnant without tho Court term and
tho Fourth of July races and the vol
A SIMPLE CHANGE.
The little daughter of the house
watched the minister who was making
a visit very closely, and finally sac
down beslJo him and began to draw
on her slate.
"What are you doing?" asked the
Tm,3naklngyour picture," said the
The minister gat very still nnd tho
child worked away earnestly. Then
sho topped nnd compared hir work
with the original, and shook her head
"I don i llko It much," sho Bald.
" 'Taln't a great deal llko you. I guess
I'll put a tall to It and call It a dog."
An old beggar of SO known as Pcre
Olrollee, died In Paris recently After
his death $6000 was fount In an old
pocketbook sown In tho lining o! his
Thu Evening Bulletin, 7E cents rcr
circle the world
and are recognized everywhere as
the standard of excellence, dura
bility and resiliency.
Put on by EXPORT mechanics
Carriage Co., ltd,
to Stanficnwnld Building.
Yesterday afternoon, George W.
Smith of tho committee of the Mer
chants' Association appointed for the
purposo of mnklng preliminary ar
rangements in tho matter of a Mer
chants' Day, received from tho Wilder
and Inter-Island steamship companies
n joint note stating that all passengers
from the other Islands would be allow
ed to travel on their steamers at hall
rates during tho progress of tho Mer
chants Association program In Hono
Th.i nolo went still further nnd Bint
ed that all exhibits Intended for the
Agricultural I'tolr would bo carried free
of charge. It Is expected that tho fair
and tho merchants' doings In the city
will tako place at the samo time the
last of July,
Tho committee Is now preparing Its
report which will bo presented at a
special meeting to bo held some time
during tho latter part of the week.
W. V. Dlmond of tho Merchants' As
soclatlon committee said this morn'
Ing: "This compliance with our request
on the part of tho steamship com
panies makes ever) thing plain sailing
now and It would seem as If tho mer
chants' week program will bo carried
out. With half-fares on the various
steamers, a largo representation ol
strangers from the other Islands ma)
AMERICAN SHIPPING CO., LTD.
The American Shipping Co , Ltd , Is
not going out of extstenee, ns stated In
tho Advertiser this morning.
Tho American Shipping Co , Ltd,
aro agents only for tho Ecllpso since
March 0, 1802, and nro not responsible
for tho debts ot the Hawaiian Naviga
tion Co's gaBolIno sclvoonor Ecllpso.
The salo of tho Ecllpso by tne Hawaii
an Navigation Co., Ltd , Is to liquidate
their Indebtedness and go out of busi
ness, Tho schooner Allco Kimball Is own
ed by tho American Shipping Co. The
company Is In a prosperous condition
and doing a good business, and has no
Intention of going out of business.
JAMES T. TAYLOU.
Secretary American Shipping Compa
Honolulu, H. T., June tO, 1902, .
8IIATT8 CAftlH OPF.
A hack driven by a Japanese caused
a mild sensation on King street, near
Bethel, nt nbout 11 o'clock this fore
noon. Tho hnck was coming from the
direction of the depot with some bag
gage and boxes. When near tho cor
ner, tho horse became frightened and
bolted Suddenly tho shafts parted
company with the hack and tho ani
mal, shafts dangling, continued out
Tho hack kept on going and brought
III) ncalnst tho curhlnir lust nnlnl.ln nf
tho barber shop on Bethel street. Tho
norso was finally caught near Fort
street There was no damage done out
Fide of tho Injury to the back.
Agents, Broken and Jobbers,
W. G. Irwin & Co.
Western Sugar Refinery Company of
Daldwln Locomotive Works of Phila
delphia, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cano 8hredder),Now York, U.S.A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross ft Sons' high grade Ferti
lizers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
AL80 OFFER FOR SALE:
Parafflne Paint Co.'s P.& II. Paints and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled.
Indurlno (a cold-water paint), In white
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
CASTLES COOKE, Ltd
The Ewa Plantation Co.
Tho Walalua Agricultural Co , Ltd.
Tho Kobala Sugar Co.
The Walmca Sugai Mill Co.
The Fulton Iro Wo ks, St. Louis, Mo
The Standard (.'J Ot
Tho Ceo. F. Blak. ..team Pumps.
The Now England Life Insurance Co.
The Aetna Flro Ins. Co. of Hartford,
Tho Alliance Assuranco Co. of London.
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN.Ltd
It. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle First Vlco President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vlco 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. O. Irwin. .President and Managor
Claus Spreckels Vlco President
W. M. Gtffard.. Second Vlco President
H. M. Whitney Jr.....Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AqENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FKANCISCO, CAL.
LIFE and FIRE
Insurance - Agents
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
SURANCE CO. OF BOSTON.
AETNA FIRE IN8URANCF. COM-
PANY OF HARTFORD.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
IluWflllfln AtrrlrnWiirnt rn nninu
SUfTLir Plnnt. Pn nnnmnn Oiinn. n
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co,.
Makoo Sugar Co .Haleakola Ilanch Co.
iuu i-mniers- une of San Francisco
Packets. Chas. Brower & Co.'s Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS:
O. M. Cookft. PrPRtftnnt Hon,..
RobertBon. Manager! n. ir tu-i,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col, W. F,"
.meu, Auuuor; r. u. Jones, It, Wa
terhouso and Qeo. It. Carter, Directors.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO.,
Queen Street, - Honolulu
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Bowing Machine, Etc.
General Manager ot
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Of the United States for the
OFFICE, Merchant Street, Honolulu.
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the PRICE IS RIGHT, at the HVEN
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Transact business Id all department
Collections carefully attended to.
Exchange bought and sold.
Commercial and Travelers' Letter!
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fornia and N. M. Rothschild & Sons,
Correspondent The Bank of Cali
fornia, Commercial Banking Co. of
Sydney. Ltd., London,"4
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and Japan through the Hongkong A
Shanghai Banking corporation ant
Chartered Bank ot India, Australia and
Interest allowed en term deposits at
the following rates par annum, vis:
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Three months, at a per cent
Six months, at 3 1-2 per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per cent.
Act as Trustees under mortgage!.
iriago estates (real and personal).
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Valuablo papers, Wills, Bonds, etc,
received for safe-kcoplng.
Auditors for Corporations and Prl
Books examined and reported on.
Statements of Affairs prepared.
Trustees on Bankrupt or Insolvent
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lowed at 4 1-2 per cent per annum. In
accordance with Hules and 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.
an Francisco Agents The Ne
vada National Bank of San Francisco,
an Francisco The Nevada Na
tional Bank ot San Francisco.
London ThA TTntnn rianlr At r a..-
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Parle Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Dresdner Bank.
Hongkong and Yokohama nont-kong-Shangka!
New Zealand and Australia Bank
ol New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Banl of
Brltlih North America.
Deposit! recolved. Loans made -n
approved security. Commercial sad
Traveler!' Credit! Issued. Bllli of Ex
change bought and sold.
Collection! Promptly Accounted For.
Pioneer Building and Loan
ASSETS, JUNE SO, 1901, 180,04147.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Saving Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on tho monthly Install
Twenty-third Sorioa of Stock Is now
OFFICERS -J. L. McLean, PreiV
dent: A. A. Wlldor, Vice President;
O. B. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear.
DIRECTona 3. T. .!.. i
A. Wilder, A. V. Gear, O. B. Gray,
J. D. Holt, A. W. Keech, J. A. Lyt
Jr.. J. M. Little, if. H. Ilnv
A. V. GEAR,
Officii noun: i2:so 1:30 p. m.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Bub!crlbed Capital,... Ten 24.000,000
"' up i.apiiai ien 18,000,000
Reserved Fuad Yen 8.710.000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
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lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
auu uciitu oi vjreau, ana transact! a
general banking business.
On Fixed per cent
Deposit. per annum.
For 12 months 4
For 6 month! 3)
For 3 mnntha
Branch of the YokohamaSpe'cie Bank.
New Republic Bid., 11. Kine Strea
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
B0 CENTS EACH
On salt at oSice of . . .
THE . . .
All Lovers ol the Sport
are requested to register their
State or Territory at tho
Honolulu Bowling Parlors
Primary, Secondary or Tertiary Blood PoImxv
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