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jim: 13 I'm).'
llrvnn wants llooseviit to ro after
the Ilei-f Ti ivt with cilniinal proceed
Ings Will llijan promlv to do It it
be Is put lu the Presidential ihalr?
Conciliation tffnrts In the Cuban
tariff fight are of about ns much avail
ns the pacification of the Filipinos 1 he
only men having an control on the
situation are the opponents of reelpro
clly After flllliig up the hospitals with In
jured luen the Chicago teamsters have
von their light. Yet the) do sa) the
day Is coming when strikes will bo
i-cttled without the broken head at
The Boer pern e Kite heuer has see ur-
ort appears to be the real article ns ro-
Bards armed resistance but the man
who has to establish civil government
In the conquered territory has the most
difficult task of them all
The man who wrote the Chronicle
Ftorj about Honolulu's fear of Punch
bowl nnd Diamond Head ought to mako
himself known. He would certainly re
ceive the prize at the Agrlctultural fair
In the Laughing Jackass class.
The Advertiser harmon) program ol
Deceit and False Promises Is so well
known to the commuult) (hat the onl)
Interest taken In It by reputable citi
zens Is to note what new phase the De
ceit will take or what Promise has been
Iluslness men who have taken th
tiouble to look Into tho details of the
vvlrejess telegraph ssstcm as a means
of Inter-Island communication find that
It Alls the bill notwithstanding tho In
auguration of the service has been ac
companied b) ups and downs that
usual!) follow In the wake of new dee
Senator Dietrich of Nebraska has
offired a compromise Cuban sugar
measure which takes the differential
off refined sugars and adds to tho duty
on raws. Senator Dietrich may rest
ussured that his program will receive
unqualified approval In Hawaii us well
as Cuba and the Philippines. A slight
Inereaso In the duty on raw sugars
would tend to relieve some of the diffi
culties with which the local planters
The dissatisfaction of Joseph Cham
berlain over the terms of Iloer peaeo
docs not eaiite uny serious worry
Great Hrltaln can afford to make liberal
terms. The Chamberlain Idea would
herve onl) to keep the Ilocrs quiet till
they gathered strength for another re
bellion Ureal Ilritalu had an experi
ence In dealing harshly with her colo
nies, as far back as 177C and ttie Urlt
Ish do well to profit b) the experience
though It Is more than a century old.
Polo Incident Ih Cloned.
London, June 1 The Watorbury
Shrewsbury Incident, arising from the
use of Bpurs b) Lawreneo Wnterbury
while pla)ing polo at lliirllngliam Sat
lirday, against which Lord Shrewsbury
protested, has been settled by an ox
change of friendly letters between
Foxhnil Kecne, captain of tho Amcrl
can team and Lou! Shrewsbury.
Pulconlei Ih Otflclolly Hclected.
London. Juno 3. A dispatch to tho
Central News Irom Ilonie sa)s that
Mgr. Faleonlo, tho papal delegate in
Camilla has been ileflnlielv selected
to succeed Cardinal Martlnelll ns papal
deiegaio to the Luitcd Stntes
MtnerH urc Itiirneil tc Dentil.
London June I Klglft, mfllers woio
burned to death foilay as tho lesult ol
an explosion or gns at Guest, Keene
& Co 'h colliery nt Dowlals Glamor
Willie Say, that hoy sliding down
hill with me this morning got run over
and killed. I'm glad It wasn't me Gee,
what a llckln' I'd have bot' May
Louis Sloss Dies
In San Francisco
San Francisco, June 5 Louis Slosj,
oiip of the most wldc-l known business
mm on the Pncllli C'oaost illed early
this morning at his home In San Rn-
fnc I Death resulted from n com plica
tion of diseases from which the doccas
ed suffered for some time, being cou
lined to his lied for the last wiek,
Whcu death overtook him, tno do
ceased was surrounded b) his family,
his son Judge M C. Sloss, going lu
San Hnfael carl) )csterda) when he
learned that his father was near dentil
Though not altogether unexpected, the
dentil of Louis Sloss will be a groat
shmk to his mart) friends and a great
ioss to the coniineiclnl world
Louis Sloss wns born In llainrla,
Oi'rnianv on Jul) 13 1832 When li
)ears ol nge he canu to Anvrlca hi
objective jolnt lielng Louisville Ky
For n while he was engnged In bust
n us in n general store In Nnshvllle
but with the news ol the gold dlscov
tries he resolved to set out for Cnllfor
nla and arrived hcie Julv is, lsi'l in
1 Sf.I he went to Sacramento and open
ed an ixtenslve grocery business,
which he continued for ten )oars
In lSill he returned to San Trancls
cc nnd from that time to 1870 was u
stockbroker with a seat In the "big
mm since turn lie lias luen en
gaged In the hide tnr nnd general
conimlsslon business He Is senior
member of the firm of Louis Sloss ft
Co second vice president of the Alas
ka ('online rrlnl Compnnv nnd proml
nuitl identified with other corpora
He married In I'hllndi lphla on July
1'" is'i.1 and has a fanill) of four sons
San Francisco, June 5 The bark
Amv Tinner snlled )esterdn) for Illlu
with a general cargo valued nt $25 729
San Francisco, Juno t, The bark
W. II. Flint sailed )esterday for Mnka
wc II with an assorted merchandise car
go vnlned at $27,OS3.
Snn I rnnclsco, June I Captain
Charles Nelson former!) or the schoo
ner Salloi Ro). has been placed In
command of the Mnkawell, the latest
addition to the Hind ltolpli fleet
Son Francisco, June 4 The Matson
Navigation Compnii) s stenmshlp En
round trio In such nlim,., n ,. ,,....,
than Jusllf Captain Mutson s hle-h
opinion ol the new fuel She brought
" r"" ,nrKO of r"ar "' mimbcr of
I"'""' "h-i o.
American Joclcc.v Win In Pnrls.
Paris. June 5. American Jockeys
v.on every rnce at the Hols do Uou
longne meeting toda) K Vander
bllt's Ilrlght was not placed In the con
test for the Prix Mallcrct.
iiTprise me pioneer or te eleen sen , ' ' ' ' ' '"
oil burners nrrlved )tsterday from HI ?K" , a " ,l10 l,aw"ol,t of 2 l'r cent
lo She came up In nine dn)s and six ", N",1",1"."",1 ""'". "m ',l: "'""IPpeil Into
teen bonis nnd completed her second "'" ' nlt"1 ,n,r without pa)meiit of
T1, ,, . , . , , 'trains nniio world and S vv 1 be add
There will be an Informal dance at ,i . i. ...i.. ... i. ., '..". ' V"
the Hawaiian hotel tomorrow evening."
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PRINCIPAL FEATURES OF
Washington June 3 The Philippine
government bill, as passed b) the Sen-
ate toda), approves the action of tho
President In crentlng the Philippine
luuuuisaiun unu cue- cnuce-s ui .iu
Governor anil Vice Governor ot the isl
anils and authorizes tho Governor anl
Vice Governor to exercise tho powers
of government as directed b) Uxccu
tlve orders ruture nppolntmeuls of
tho Governor or Vice Governor shall ho
made by the President with tho udvleu
and consent of the Senate.
The 1)111 of Itlghts ol me United
States Constitution Is appi.ed to tint
Philippine Islands with the exception
of the right to beur arms and the right
lo n trial by jiirj
The Supreme Court nnd other courts
of the Islands shall e-xeicise Jurlbdle
tion as heretofore provided b) tin,
Philippine Commission nnd ti'te Chh f
justice of the Supreme Court shall he
appointed ny tho Preside nt uud thi
Senate, the others by tiles Civil Gov
ernor nnd the Commission
The action or tho President or tho
I'lilted States in lev) lug and collect
ing taxes Is approved.
All the Inhabitants of tho Philippine
Islands are deemed to be citizens of
the Philippine Islands and entitled tu
the protection of tho United Slates
Whcu the Insurrection in tho islands
shall have been subdued a caierul cc-n
sus oi the Islands shull bo taken mid
after such census tho Governor ot the
islands shull mako a full report to the
President and make recommendation
us to future government
Meantime tho Philippine Commls
Ion Is authorized to establish miinlel
pal and provincial governments with
popular representative government, so
lar and as rnst as the communities are
capiblo and fit for tlio name, tho Phil-
lpplne Commission being authorized tu
detiTinlne tho qualllleatlons for ths
iliw tin ki Tlin lltiialiliinl In ni.tlw.al,..l
v... t.. .. , ,i-,u.-Ui iiuiuuiiuii
to regulate tho louiinerclal Inlurcouisu
with the archipelago In the interest ol
tno general weliaro
The government or tho Philippines
is authorized to provlelo for tho needs
oi commerce ) improving nnruors anil
navigiiuio rivers, proviuing wnro
limiumi llntltlinilurin . I . nl r.lntn,.
'""" iihiiiuuuoe-o, cihuai oiunuun,
All land In tho Philippines Is plnceil nese characters Sliver brought to Ihn ma) mako Its final move cither way. , " """ruciI that the proposed reeluc
under the control of tho Philippine Manila mint shall be coined foi tho The President has been advised byl,lon r 2" 1'er cent on raw Biigar, leav
.iiiiiiiieaiun iui chit iiineiic ui uiu in
hibltnntH of tho Islnnds, oxcept such at
ma) bo ceded ror tho iibu of tho United
im- Ki'tiTiuni'iii oi ma riiiiippuipn
shnll make rules and regulations for
tho disposition of the public lands fml
tho legulatlnns shall not go Into effect
until nppioveil hy tho President nml
Congress provided Ihut n single honi"
stead entry shall not exceed for'y
ides ami also piovlded mat no sin li
land shall In- lease el let or ili'vlsed to
any lorpoiatlon until n law legulatlnu
the disposition of the public lands shall
NU Ulllll ll'll
No eniporatlon shall bn authorized
to engage In ngilrulturo unless provl
slon shall have been made therolor
Tho ulll provides nt length ho-v
claims both ngi (cultural and mineral
shall bo locateel nnd the Philippine!
Pnnvtnfaolnii tj niillniKlmi,! r. nninl.ll..l.
vuiiiiiiiaaiiiii IO IlilLlJUI itt'U LU CiaiHlnll
n mining bureau partment, tho chief of which shall havo m.COS-was filed by the Constanelo
Iho government of tho Philippine , the rnnk of n Colonel of tho United .Sugar Compan), with an estnto of E7.
Islands Is authorized to acquire and States Army. 000 acres and an annual capacity of
Trouble in China
Peking, June 3 Fires occurred )cs
tenlny at the French h.irrncks horn
and today at the headquarters of the
Austrian troops Aitnougn mo llres
' unr,, Iflfcn 11, n ritallltlf nntnntrna nnrn
'Hie fires nre said to hac been of In
cendlnr) origin When the buildings
were burned there wns much rejolc
Vig nmong the crowds of Chinese who
had congregated outside the legation
quarter or Peking to enjo) the sight of
Washington, June 5. Officials who
hne had occasion to familiarize them
elu with the Chinese situation make
no icinecaimini or ineir npprenension
regarding the significance of recent
events In the Celestial Empire The)
go so far as to sa that Indications are
that the elv Hired world has not had Its
last double with China and ft is ovl
dent Hint American cy.ilotnats fear
that events are hurr)lhg tnwnrd a sit
nation which ma) botome ns serious
o that which set tlio world aflame in
News of new Hoer uprisings which
hns been brought Ty steamer to Vic
torf.1 since the 1st of June followed
by the cable report which dime from
lloliort M McWailo, United States
lemsui nt unnton )esterda) annoiinc
"1K '"'". ""f VoeM "K",,,,K '"'
s,'i'" '"'"'"nil CTi nose troops along
th, Tonkin frontier have tended to In
ni-unt' nil' it-i'iiilK III UIKSnilSIHCIIOn
with the situation on the pnrt of Amer
Pago Pago Duties
On Foreign Goods
Ran Francisco June 5 In responsn
lo a question by Customs Collector
Strntton n letter was received cstor
ela) fiom tho Secretar) of tho Trcas
ur) noticing him that the department
rannot do an) thing In tho wn) of Im
I posing duties on goods Irom Pago Pago
'nnd 1'utiilla until Congress shall en
net the necessar) legislation At pres
tnt tho naval authorities at those portH
have Imposed n tnrlff duty ol 2 per
rent ml vnlorem on all foreign goods
except wines, spliits and cigars land
ed nt those ports Under present con
nil) dut) whatever.
Quicker Trnln Line.
New York. June 3 New York and
Chicago aie brought In effect 2mi miles
nearer to eacli oilier l) means of two
fast trains put Into service by tho
Ni'w York Ccntinl and Lai,p Shore
railroads and the Pcntis)lvnnln Rail,
load i:ach Iraln will make the run
nlng time. Including all stops, in twen
ty hours It Is claimed for them that
Uiey will bo the fastest long distance
ihe prlvMegeof riding on thorn '"
Pa ta na p-a p-a k pa pa pji Pa Pa p-b
NEW PHILLIPINE LAW
convev title to ie.il nml unruim.! ..mn. I
.uy and to ncqulio real estate Tor pul).
He uses by tho right of cmlne.-.t do
main and the Philippine Commission
is nut lor ze d to ncnu ro t he fr nr lnndo
anil Is cmiiowered to iHsun !,An,1 in
pay for them. These hinds once nc
quired shnll be n part or the domain ol
the Lnltf.it States nnd inn) be disposed
of as such
Upon tho Supicmo Court of Ihe
United States Is conferred the right til
review tho decisions of tho Supreme
Court of the Philippines
.Municipalities nre authorized to s
sue bonds tor munlclii.il Improvements
with the consent of the President nnd
Congiess. the entile Indebtedness ot
an miinlelpallt) not to exceed 3 pet
rcIlt r "'' nssessed valuation ol prop
Qrl' " Ih Piovleled tliat the bondi
Blla" '"' K"1'1 bonds and shall be free
frn,n n"i taxation A sinking fund for
tho pa)nicit of the bunds nnd Interest
thereon must be piovlded by tho mil
lileipillty Issuing them. The city ol
Mnnlln Is authorized to incur indebted
ncss. In gold bonds, to an amount not
exceeding $l,0u0.(l00 to pa) for a sewer
s)steni and water Btippl) s)stcm.
I lie government of tho Philippines
8 authorized to grant fwnchlses and1
toneessleins. Including the right of em
i,,, .i,.,i r... .i... , . ., .
illtlnna nnriila mni lw, ulil ..,..,. 1 ... n...n
works ol public ullllt) provided that I but sugar Senatois bii) It nwst be a
no private property shall bo taken lebnte or nothing, and the stnlwarts In
without just compensation, that na the House reiterate tho statement.
fianchlso shall be granied to any cor- Meantime the President Insists that
pornllon Hint shnll not lie subji'ct o Iboinethlng must be elono for Culm
review b) Congress, and that all land"1 A slgnlllenut dispatch Is printed In
granted shall revert at tho expiration 'tonight's New York Post trom Its
or the concession, fo tho government i Washington correspondent, who Is on
li) wnieh they were made Intimate lenns with tho President nnd
No corporation shall be authorized whose articles sometimes nppear to
to conduct tho business of buying anil
selling renl estate and
it.,, nn. ....... nl
! pBtatn uhlrli xlmil i, i,m i...
corporation shall be eletermlned by!
..... ... I
a mint la to bo established In Mn
nlla and coins authorized may be coin
cJ nt tho mint, tho coinage Invvs of the
I United Stntes being extended lo tho
Islands Tho Philippine government Is
authorized to roln n Bllver dollar con
tnlnlng 11(1 grains of stninlard Bllvri
to ho a coin of the Philippine IslaniK
.1 . ...
me uenominailon or the coin lo be ex
I nresKoil in rmllli T-lllnln,. n,i rii.i
ueneiil oi tno uenos or tlio mini
chnrgliig uno cent for eneh dollar coin
e d The samo coin may be made at
the mint In San Francisco upon the re-
nesi or tno I'liiiippino government.
with the approval or the Secretary of
the Treasury provided that such de
posits at the San Francisco Mint shall
be e online el to silver produced In tho
i'lilted states Subsidiary coins nt
sliver also ma be coined at tho Mn
liila mint under lestrle tlons slmllai io
Uiom' regulating the rnlnnge of the dol
lar The dollar shall bo legnl lender
In the Philippine s for public and prl
vato debts except whiro otherwise
stipulated Sliver certificates may be
Issued ror deposits or Philippine dol
lurs In sums of twenty dollars or more
..iei minor subsldlar) coins nro pro
'Iho bill also continues tho division
II I lilt IIIHMIIir nil! TH IT inn VV'nt llis.
of the insular affairs of the War De-
Poultry - Supplies
has been used for twenty throo sears In the manufacture of
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because It has proven superior to all other kinds. It Is not only true
that Petaluma Incubators an J Brooders nro made of tho best lum
ber In tho world, but every other article used In their construction
Is of the highest grade, nnd tl crefore theso "Standards of tho
World" Incubators and Droodirn occupy tho samo relatlvo position
to nil other Incubators and Drocdcrs that tho mighty California
Redwoods do to other trees.
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SENATOR DIETRICH OFFERS
Conferences On Cuban Tariff Fail to
Produce an AgreementBig War
Claims of Cuban
u'n.himwm, i,,iw, s Ki.nnim- iinni
tald today he! was rellabl) Informed
tlmt the Pieslelent and tno reciprocity
ndvocntes In the Senate hud shown
signs of weakening, and that the pros
pects of tliu rebate plan were more
nattering than at any time hcretolori'.
induy'a coherence of the conciliation
committees was not especially pie
due tlve, and vvaH not expected to be in
the nliseuee of Senator Aldilch He
"I" 'eturn tomorrow
mints of a decisive ui
nature ouo wa) or
ii, n,i, .,. i. M,r.i,i ,., Tim
be Inspired Tho livening Post strong
l Inini. mnltn n.n f
"Unless tho Cuban reciprocity mat
ter takes on now and more piomlsInK
uspi ets at onco wc may look ror a spo
'clal messago from tho President to
'Congress This ls tho expectation of
I those members who havo discussed the
situation with him confidentially dur
ling the Inst few days Affairs have
'reached a stage which may fairly bn
described as a crisis. Tho fate of the
proposeel legislation swings on tho
finely pointed pivot of ehanco and
I some or i s most tiustce rr ends n llin
Senato that about tho only hope of
ting the reciprocity bill through'
this session rests with his handling of
Ills Bharo of tho business, and they con
sleler that the time has come for him
I to make a public appeal to the rem
scleiuo and patriotism of the law mak
Tinman G Palmer of Chicago wbb a
witness toiln) belore the Scnnte Com
mlttee on Cuban Relations. For tho
past four stars Palmer has been en
gaged lu lhi promotion ol hunt sugar
Intel esla He gave a list of suventeen
mcrlcnn corporations which, he snltl,
have 58S 777 acres In sugar producing
ljinils In Cuba with an annual enpac
lly ot 253 !.!.-. tons Of these seven
leen companies ten nnvQ on lllo wnr
claims ngnlnst tho Government of tho
I'lilted Slntts aggregating $!) Bfi!
"lw, lnn.n -, tU. ll t mi
21.000 tons Palmer said he had seem
ed the rncts upon which this statement
Is based fiom the official records or
tho Spanlsu Claims Commission, and
Irom statements made by witnesses be
roio too Senato committee and tho
House Committee on Wa)s and Means,
Palmer ulso presented n list or ea
tales owned by Individuals who nre elt
lzens of the United States, and who ro
side In the United stntes. but most ol
vv hom are either or Cuban or American I
birth This list Included fort) -one es
tates of 3(10,880 acies with an nverage
sugar production of 3'J1 495 tons Ol t
these fort) one estates thlrt) flvo filed
war claims against the Government oil
the United States aggregating J13.C1C.
Palmer deduced fiom the figures giv
en In this connection that only 30 ner
cut of the product was blllllllfeil bv
"10 Inrmers who do not own their own
Washington, June 3 Senator Die
trlch of Nebrakn who stands vfflh the
beet sugar Interests in opposition to
Ihe reduction or the duty on Cuban su
gars, ns proposed by tho Kcpubllcan
members ot tho Ssnnte Committee on
Cuban Relations, today Introduce' n
bill on tho subject, which he thinks
will bo accepted as n compromise
measure It provides that the dlffin.
cniiai on rcllned sugar shall bo alml
,'.,', , "" cn"al amu," K''a"
u" aeicieu to the duty on raw sugar, ami
IUI'" B'ves Luba .o pel cent leduetlon
,rm t!"8 "'creased duty
bi;cator Dlctilih Bays that he has
"""""eel tho PicBldeut with refcrenea
' ,l10 iBrins o. tho bill nnd that It Is
"cu l'tablu to him He also has assur-
ca hlmseir that It will bo satisfactory
' ,ho Senatorial Irlends of beet sugar.
'" " statement regnidlng the bill Sen
a,or l)le,rlcl1 8a that 'the object o(
uuiinieiiiiiK ciiu iiiuereniini to tlio raw
bllKai ls ,lmt "lu differential Is only
il """cHon to the sugar trust, which
lu nnli, n lm....i
" "'"' u" ""i-ciiers irusi, ami practl
'ra"y ernplos no Am.vlcnn labor and
Stves It a monopoly ror dictating tho
purchasing and selling prlco or sugar
i"hloh tomcs to tne United States and
'cnab.Cs It to collect from tlio American
I'eopie riom Hair to thico quarters or a
ct'nl I"11 oa overy pound of all the
J"M,r ' lal ' lonsumed In tho United
, "eu.ni" iiinereniiai on le ned siienr In
remnin as It Is, Is unjust to tho Philip-
pluo people, for, ho sayB, the reduction
Ini. rMllllnntrw. ............. t ...
.i., - jii.miitiB uireutiy gram
ed Is fully offset ijy tho dlffercnco lu
Kempft is Praised
By tlie President
Washington Juno 5. Rear Admiral
Kempff was presented to tho President
today b) Ilepieaonlafivo Bartholin
Tho Picsitle-nt took occasion to pi also
tlio ndmlrnl for his action In reriislng
lo Join In the bombardment of tlio Tn
ku forts soon niter tho legation relief
expedition arrived In Chinese waters
Tho President Informed Admiral
Kempff that tho civilized world nnd
rendered judgment on his action and
had decided that ho was right.
Agents, Brokers and Jobbers.
W. G. Irwin & Co.
Western Sugar Refinery Company ot
Daldwtn Locomotive Works ot Phtla
delnhla. Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Sbrcddcr),Ncw York, U.S.A.
N, Ohlandt & Co.'a Chemical Fnrtlll
Alex. Cross ft Sons' high grade Fcrll
llzers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
ParafTine Paint Co.'s P.& D. Paints and
Papers; Lucot and Linseed Oil,
raw nnd boiled,
tndurlne (a cold-water paint), In white
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd
Tho En a Plantation Co.
Tho Waialua Agricultural Co, Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Watmea Sugai Mill Co.
The Fulton Iro Vo ks, St. Louts, Mo
The Standard t, U Co.
The Ceo. F. Dlak. ,cenm Pumps.
Tho New England Life Insurance Co.
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
Tho Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN.Ltd
II. P. Baldwin President
J. I). Castle Mrst V'lco President
W. M. Alexander,. Second Vlco Pres.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. R. Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
4GENTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co , Haiku Sugar Co , Pala Plan
tation Co., Nahlku Sugar Co., Ktbel
Plantation Cc, Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
Kahulul Railroad Co.,
Wm, G. Irwin & Co
Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Manager
Clans Spreckels Vice President
W. M. Glffard.. Second Vlco President
H. 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 Agricultural Co, Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co.. Onnmwi Snmr rv.
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co,.
Makeo Sugar Co.Haleakala Ranch Co,
The Planters' Lino of San FrnnHom
i-ut'iicis, unas. Brewer & Co.'b Lino of
LI8T OF OFFICHRS:
C. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Manager; E, F, Bishop.
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F,
Allon, Auditor; P. C. Jones, II. Wa
terhouBp and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG GO,,
Queen Street) Honolulu
The Lnniashlro Insurance Co,
The Balolso Insurance Co.
Union Gas Unglno Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc,
General Manager of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United States for the
OFFICE, Merchant 8treet, Honolulu.
Design your own ledgers, cash
books, etc. If you fro undecided, we
will help you. That Is In our line and
the PRICE IS RIGHT, at the HVEN
BISHOP & CO.
Established In I8B8.
Transact business In all denartmenti
Collections carefully attended to.
Exchange bought and sold.
nnmmprMfll nml TravolAra T.Attnf
of Credit issued on Tho Bank ot Call-
lornia ana N. Al. iiothicnlid & Sons,
Correspondents The Dank of Call
farnlA. CommnHial rianltlnn Ci.
Sydney, Ltd., London.
uraus and cable trsnetera on China
and Japan through the Hongkong
Shanghai Banking corporation and
Chartered Rank of India. Australia anil
Interest allowed on term deposits at
the following rates per annum, vlx:
Seven days' notice, at 2 per cent
Three months, at a per cent.
Six months, at 3 1-2 per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per cent
Act ai Trustees under mortgages.
V'-iage estates (real and personal).
Collect rents and dividends.
Valuable papers. Wills, Bonds, etc
received for safe-keeping.
Auditors for Corporations and Pri
Books examined and reported on.
Statements of Affairs prepared.
Trusteoj on Bankrupt or Insolvent
OFFICE, 924 BETHEL STREET.
Deposits received and Interest ai
lowed at 4 1-2 per cent per annum, in
accordances with Rules nnd Regula
tions, copies of whlci. may bo obtained
, . AQENT8 KOR
FIRE, MARINE LIFE, ACCIDENT
AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY IN
, 8URANCE COMPANIES.
Insurance Office, 924 Bethel Street
Wm. Q. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU : : T. H.
--.. . ..nuiui ngcnis -jne Ne
vada National Bank of San Francisco.
.. . ranclco Tke Nevada Ni
tional Banlc of San Francisco.
London The Union Bank ot Lon
NAUI Vfl,klmB.I... n ,
Chicago Merchanta' National Bank.
Pari Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Dresdner Bank.
Hfiniibnnn H y.,.,
kongShangkal Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Bank
ot New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank oi
British North America.
lAjposiia recoived. Loans made on
approved security. Commercial aad
Travelers' r.mAti. i..i r,,,,. ..
ctango bought and oid.
"l""ll" promptly Accounted For
Pioneer Building and Loan
ASSETS, JUNE So, 1901, $80,041.37.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Baying Bank for monthly doposlta.
Houses built on the monthly install-
ment plan. ""
openednt,'tWrd Sele, f Stock l now
rt.nF(CEU8J- L- McLean, Pre.l
dent: A. a. tuima. in... ' .V .
S:?-..?-ray- Treasurer; A. V. Gear
DIRECTOnn t x ... .
A xviij.. V V " -iean1 A.
Jr, J. U. Little, ii. S. Boyd.
A. V. OKAR,
Offlco nonra; 12;30 l;3Q p. m.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
PsiTnn CrP""" Tn 24.000.000
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,000
Rcsved rimd Yen 8J1M00
"EAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
general banking business.
For 12 months 4
For 6 monthi j
For S month ' s'
Branch of the Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., Ih Kin? Stree
6ct of 5 mops, $2.00
60 CENTS EAOII
On sal. it office oi . . .
THE . . .
Ml Lovers of the Sport
are requested to register their
State or Territory nt the
Honolulu Bowling Parlors
Prlmaryi Secondary or Tertiary Wood Poiwxi
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Cook Remedy Co.
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