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KVKNWO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T SATURDAY, JUNE 14. 1902.
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,11 NE 14 1302
The denial of the report that Gen
eral Miles will be court-martlaleJ
docsn t have an) effect on the public
estimate of whnt tiics deserves.
Ireland alone refuses to rejoice over
the declaration of Ilocr peace It may
be nftcr all that the Doer agreement
will be another case of Irish peace.
Judging from the failure of many
precinct clubs to assemble last even
ing, the Itepubllian part) ns well as
the Homo Itulers Is waiting till Wil
cox gets back. '
Reports from Kilauca are of a char
acter tliat makes mini) wonder wheth
er the desire for visitors docs not In-
fluence large.) the reports sent out a,
to what the volcano Is doing
Now Col McCarth) of the Demo'
cratlc Territorial committee has resign
td The fall camnalcn will at least
td. The fall campaign will at leas i,
bcrvc to bring a lot of new material ,
Into the fighting front.
If an) one Is worried over the posslblo
outbreak of volcanoes on thli Island wo
would respectfully call their attention
to the estimate made by Dr. S. E Bish
op on the probable age of the crater
In the Immediate vicinity.
The conflict of the championship
boat rates with the! Fourth of July
celebration ought to result In the boat
clubs naming another date for tho
championship events next )car. Tho
boat clubs have been granted a special
holiday by legislative enactment. 'lhU
ought to be sufficient to prevent inter
ference with nalioual holiday pro
grams. The Fourth of Jul) program Is shap
ing up In a way that will leave no one
an excuse for not celebrating Tho
finance committee docs well to cut ap
proprlatlons down to the lowest possl
hie figures, but notwithstanding the c
ductlon of the price the leading events
of the da) will make a celebration
equal If not superior lo former events
in piping times of prosperity.
' The Merchants' Association having
made satisfactory preliminary arrange
ments for Merchants' week, the organi
sation should now receive the cordial
support of every business house In car-
rylng all the details of tho event to
complete success. Then Is not a busl
ness firm In tho city that will not sc-
rum ,. .llrw-t benefit from the Influx
cure a direct benefit from the Influx
of visitors from the other Islands.
Tl-e new Philippine law allows citi
zens of that possession all the privi
leges secured In the "Bill of Rights" ol
the Constitution excepting the right to
bear arms and tho right to a trial by
Jury. To the American cztn this Is a
case of apple plo without cheese. It is
a safe wager that the Americans of the
Philippines will make more trouble
over their new government than will
tho benighted Filipinos who are being
Superintendent Boyd's endeavor to
find a way for the appointment ot u
building Inspector Is n line with hi
constant struggle to supply the neces
sities of tho situation. It Is an open
queson how much power the law will
fiivo such an Inspector hut It sccma
impossible that thero Is no way of put
ting a stop to tho construction of
buildings that nro a ircuuio to life and
limb. Tho voters would support tun
making a law of necessity
'Strange as it may seem tho estate
that can well afford the expense nro tho
principal blockade In the Merchants
Association plan for Improving Tort
street With Incidents of this kind be- l0HH '"Vc'is into mo gray uruwii m in is 1101 uu euoy euuiB iu uu.
street, wun inciueuts or tins kiiiu ho g nf(or )ajp r lmnU of rnt(,a , u g th(j degro of n), mon tQ nM(
fore them tho business men aro less Bra7,.H t8 leisurely way. Sunlight, hand In hand with success They nev
disposed to worry nbout the posslblo starlight, moonlight, It matters little cr boast of what they have dono when
Increase In taxes which a municipal '' " I'ovlnos, bo long as the the realization comes that they are not
, . , . , bunch grnBS Is sweet and tho spring h their own masters. Success first beck
government will bring. A city conn- gtui lowjnB un,ier tile stnrs they He ons nnd then drives It never walks
ell would not waste much time discuss- at ease, chowlng away on their re- calmly by our side.
tng the necessity of Improving tho
chief mercantile street ot tho city and
finding the money to pay the bill.
The Saturday closing plan will be
successfully carried out when the mcr- '. June 12.--Kllauea Is still In n
. . . ,,.,.. .'state of semlactlvlty. but has not yet
chants can come to n realization that ,)CCOme B ,nli(, ()f 8eethlng fire, though
they are directly responsible for Sat- the Indications point to tho crnter be
urday being the "big shopping day" coming ery nctlo within n short
n i .u ..... .i ..,.....,. li-1 time T.eports by returning lsltors
Once close the stores of the mercantile aty 0nlc ,, rcport mvlK
district at noon Saturday, and the pub-, KCin tho laa flowing from several
lip will not renulre mam weeks to be-' places In llalemaumaii. while others
conic convinced that their money will
bu) Just as nnuli on an) other da) (t
Of A M
, ,, 'da) s ago and thnt the light could be
George Adams, known among tho lMgl Hccn ,.nil(!etlK(,r8 nrrniK ,
tobo)s of Oahu, llnwall and Maul as Honolulu b) the Aorangl said they saw
George lillonl Is out Just JWU, hard n,c Rlare from the Hawaiian volcano
earned moiie) which lie has betn stow- when far out at sea This would rath-
Ing awn), and a I'orto Mean now ou'er confirm the rcport of activity at
the Mainland Is the man who did tho Mokunweoweo as the fire nt Kllauen
(leorgc Is the proprietor of the Iwllcl
taloon and has bis room right In tho
building. A few da)s picvlous to the
tailing ot the Alamcdn on l.cr Inst trip
to the Coast, George slowed aw a) I lie
sum of nioni) mentioned under his
bureau, thinking that it would be per
fect!) safe there.
He left his place sliortlv after hav
ing concealed the moiie), and came 1 11 -to
town I pou his n tin it home, Iih
round that feomcoiic hud entered his
place and tarried off cvei) cent of the
Complaint was laid In at the police
station and investigations were made.
Upon the da) of the silling of the Ala
meda, It came to the ears uf the poIIch
that a I'orto Hlcati woman, au Intend
ing Alameda passenger had the money.
She was searched on the btcamcr but
U trace of the monc) could be found.
The Alameda leit and with It went
a I'orto mean nut outers oi ins na
tlonallt) In the clt) now assure tun
police was the man who stole the mon-J
As George llllkonl is a poor man, tin)
loss comes us n vcr) great one.
The rumor thnt the Travellers' In ,
suraiiee Compaii) had withdrawn Its
business from these Island on account
j; Kc ,,,;, ,
danger of volcanic outbreaks uppeara
lu be unfounded. The rumor evident-1
1) gained credence from the fact that
the compnii) some tlmo ago withdrew
"?,lm8."18"S " ,hc '"J1"1'1 ,ofrHan," iPautm Hall Tho public Is cordially
T) ,,..,., waB ,i0ne before tho ln, , , ntlcn An e,al)0rato pro-
volcanic outbreaks took place, and forirnm ., ,,. .,rpnnrpfl ns follows:
the reason that tho company, which
Is n very conservative one. wished to
limit Its business to this city alone, for
the present, postponing branching out
until It had gained a better footing
FIRES NOT RECENT
(From Geolog) of Oahu, by Itcv S E.
Bishop, published In Thrum's Annual
I offer a conjectural estimate of tho I
lengths of time elapsed since the sue-'
cesslvc events of geology in Oahu took
place Such guessing Is necessarily
...! -.i .... .,,!, i, ,,,,. i, '
kiuuriiiKt itnitij , i. .iu, ..i. it i uv. i
useful as u rude outline of the facts 1
Imagine the pcilods guessed to be
much less than the actual ones
Yen rs Ago.
1. Emergence of Wnlanao
2 Emergence of Koolau .
3. Extinction of Wnlanae .
I. Extinction of Koolau
5 Eruption of Laelna crater
C. Eruption of Itocky Hill
7 Eruption of Punchbowl
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i.ievaiion or neei ou uuu
Nuuanu craters , l.apal. Florenco Hall. '
Diamond Head 15,000 lTno ,., -nanse Macabre" ....
Kaimuki (Mauumao) 12,000, Salnt-Snens
Salt Lake group 10,000 1 j'B8' i5 nmn nnd Mr IlallaBcyus.
Tantalus group 7,500 Chorus, "He Is Watching Over Is-
Koko Head group .. . 5,000 racl" Mendelssohn
rs r- r r m roi r-a f- t Pa pa ra Fa ru ru p p P-a Pa P-a p p r P-a p-a pa
SUCCESS--THE HARDEST TASKMASTER
By Hon. WILLIAM FLEISCHMAN, Mayor of Cincinnati.
O.. - f.. 1.n tAdl. mnotoK oil nnn. CIKintlv I 111 l&--nill t unVn tlOV A Fit
aiJn(1 m (Q aene ,n th(j beBnnns
our e)es bco onl) a mist In a sunlit
distance It is tho glory of tho sun -
' '8ht wo lung for, the mist wo little
( Ag w(j Jmw near ,hu cl(J1Ilj
takes shape and heckous us with out-
No matter how close tho thorn
thickets nor how huge tho boulders to
bu east aside, the smllo irradlatlUB tho
8liapo anil tho enticing, beckoning
hands draw us on
At last III one final, satlsfjlng mo -
ment, we hold the wondious, Indefln
able shape in n tloso embrace And
lo' It Is not one but many shnpes. Wo
aro not one, but thousands. For tho,
spuco ot n butterfly a breath the shape
irnzes into our eves on oven terms
That Is mo only Joy success ever al
lows us With a strength no poor hu
man being enn understand ho tears
himself from our dctnlnlng hands
In a well traveled load wo Btand.
helpless A whiplash cuts thn air
aboui us A voice that sets our nerva
tingling shouts out "Go'"
Around, on every side, arc the oth
ers, each with his taskmaster behind
him. Then begins tho race that ends
only when feet of flesh shako off their
wornout earth shoes.
SuceesB tracks his whip Its lash
stings deep into our flesh or slugs a
merry song In our cms as tho day li
Rhtdovved or fair There Is no stop
plng no turning buck Therein Ilea
",'c '",ri''f ' " 1'alc" P""" """ ""
I IJHU 11 1 Clue limn lie- iiiiisv niuii .1
moment's turning aside, ir pause to
rest beneath the cluttering masses uf
leiecn that line the highway, or n Jaunt
across 1,10 open to putcu 111c onions
gonPi the 0,ilorH lm0 tutrlpped us!
On tho We stein plains, over tho end
1'ltllllU Pl'lB 111, ,1,1 UtIW ,..U IIH"' .4
. . .. 1 .,,......... .. .,..
Ba) they could sec only reeded light
i on the column of stenm and smoko
which hangs dlrectl) over It.
Manager Waldron sa)s conditions,
from n scenic point of view. Improve
each night ns the quantity of steam
and smoke lessens lie has accompa
nied parties to the crater several
times and at Intervals, when the
l smoko wns blown awn), ho had no
difficult) in seeing the lava flowing
down the side lteports from Knti sn)
i that Mokuawiowio was active ten
was hidden from view Hllo people
say the) saw smoko and stenm coin
Ing from there on Sunda) and Monday
O'scar Lewis formerly of the well
known Ballot shipping firm of Lewis
&. Turk of tjucen street, this clt) has
formed a partnership with his brother
In San Francisco and will continue In
the shipping business there Lewis
will attend to tho waterfront work,
while his brother, who has been con
ducting a sailors' boarding house, will
manage the hotel end of the business
Mrs Lfiwis tfill leave Honolulu In tho
Sonoma next week to Join her husband
on tho Coast. The) do not expect to
return to Honolulu, untfts fo spend an
I occasional vmatlon.
j-rani j Turk remains In Honolulu
'ninl will continue to conduct the ship-
,,i,1R hut'iicss here. He Is now In solo
i thnrge ami the partnership with Lewis
hn hfrti ilfHRnlei il Tin fnmlliar crcen
sign on tho window ot the shipping
ofllce on Cltiecn street will be changed
from "Lewis & Turk" to "Frank J.
. . o commencement cunccrt of tlitt
lnti. enlljmn ifnnni'tmAnt nf tnltMtr
w'm b ,luM t Thursday. 8 ,, ,, ,
Misses Sorenson and Horner
Messrs Dallaseyus and A ItoMnson.
Chorus and Solo. "Tho Dawn Is
Ilreahliig O'er Us" .. Gilchrist
Solo Miss Snrah I.) man.
I'mno. "Vnlso a la Tjrollcnnu" .. Half
Miss Edna Horner.
Vocnl Quartet. "Legends" . Moehrlng
Misses Florence Hill, Siah Lyman,
Florence Hall, Ihith Whitney.
's) llarcarollo ..... Dancla
(b) Mosquito Dance
Mr. Joseph Decker.
. ,.. i. .. i ,t r Mt-I
vocal, lll'ciuuivu uuu .arm iium rr
Kl .... .
Miss Sarah I.) man
Two l'lnnos. Minuet and Final
(from g minor Symphony) Mozart
Misses Sorenson nnd Horner.
Messrs Ilallasous and ltohlnson
Chorus, "Wandering Wavelets". King
Piano "l.a Regatta Venovlana". Liszt
MIbb Dagmnr Sorenson
Vocal, "Una Voce Poco Fa". . . .Rossini
Miss Florenco Hill.
,...(.. r .... .Il.l...,,.'l tln.nn
iv,i,- iti. a,,h r-.r,..
tll011 nll ,)U,ttslonnl moo, as some caret
IUI cow motner unus ino omers erowu
, Ing her offspring too closely, or n
, long horned steer rli
wlth B,a.or happiness.
rises aim uawi
Into tho peace of tho herd asleep
Btenls the sense of n dangei coming
'through the prairie's black vastnesa
leaps a line of llame, Tho bunch grass,
which but an hour ngo was food, la
I now tno hanil or Ueatli. Willi uciiowi
anu uusiy pawings una nuarsc. uuu-uii
'man screeches, the cattle leap to tliult
teet und run. maddened, away from
the swiftly approaching flro line,
Each one hau his place That placa
he must keep, the flames drlvo him
on, Thcro Is no stopping, uu turning
'hack One falls In front and tue otn
crs trample him to nothing ag thuy
mall on. When tho flames creep
around him they burn only a shape
less mass of something which ones
had been life.
This, too, Is success a mad stain
pedu ot all humanity, lleelng from they
Know not what toward a something 110
Success Is not only a taskmaster,
aftor that first supremo Joy of attain
ment It Is a master, complote, cruel,
-driving, urging, coaxing, cajoling, but
nover lor onu moment stopping,
Tho only success which amounts to
an tiling Is that which is tho result ot
peibonul effort Success sings a song
01 hope, and tramples us to death
whllo tne strains ring hi our ears. Sue
cess which flings u bag of )cllow met
a. Into our nrms Is not tho best sort.
In a i.ne gold is n dcafT weight fo car
There Is such a thing ns a success
that Is burdensome Tho successful
man liua to live up to his reputation
.When tho tnskmastor drives him hard
Poultry - Supplies
hag been used for twenty three years In the manufacture ot
INCUBATORS AND BR00DER8
because It has proven superior to nll other Muds, li Is not only true
that Pctalumn Incubators and Brooders nro made of tho best lum
ber In tho world, but every other nrtlcle used In their construction
Is of the highest grade, and tl ercforo these "Standards of tho
World" Incubators and Brooders occupy tho samo relative position
to nll other Incubators and Brooders thnt tho mighty California
Redwoods do to other trees.
It Is worth )our whllo to rend In oit late catalogue "A Hit of
Incubator History." You may have a catalogue free by writing
for It. An Involco of nssortcd sizes Just received by tho
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Amenta for the Territory of llnwntl
Our vehicles have (tie most advanced ideas in design,
and excel others insurable qualities and finish, . .
Chas. F. Herrick Carriage Co., Limited
Sole Agents Columbus Buggy Co.
NEW CRATER OF PELEE
Fort de France, Martinique, June 4.
8 p. m Professor Angela Hcllpiln,
president of the Philadelphia Geogra
phical Society, who Is here for the Na
tional Geographical Society, came Into
Fort do France last night from his ex
plorations of the crnter on the summit
of Mont l'olee. The following Import
ant points have been settled by Prof
The locntlon of the new crnter has clouds or vapor wo could sco the cm-
been uecur.itcly determined. It Is posl- ter. Suddenly the npor cleared away
tlvcly known that there has been no nnd wo mado a dash forward. We
overflow of molten matter from the lip reached the edge of the new crater nnU
o tho crater. '1 here has been no sub- from where wo stood we could hnvo
sldcncc of the mountain and tho height dropped stones Into the white hot mass
of Mont I'elee Is unchanged. Tho era- within.
ter docs not contain a cinder cone, "Tho new crater Is a crevasse run
there has been no entacl)sm and no Ing north und south and expanding Intel
topographical alteration of the coun-'nbowl. This crevasse nearly rifted the
try. The period of violent eruptions mountain. It runs transversely to tho
has probably ended, although the vol- old crater and might be cnlled a huge
cano may continue to bo qulto active gap, From It volcanic material had
for a long tlmo to como.
Refcirlng to his expedition Professor
Hellprln said today:
".Mav 41 wc made our ascent ot tho
volcano The party consisted of Mi.
Ledbcttcr and myself and three color
ed bojs We were on muleback. At
an altitude of 700 meterB we began the
ascent of the nlrete. We passed along
Its east side and slightly to the north
of the mountain. We arrived at tho lip
of the old crater and former site ol
Lako Palmlste at 11 o'clock. Hero it
began raining. Rain clouds and the
clouds from the volcano enveloped us
und wo could not see ten feet. A ter
rific thunderstorm had begun and wa
sat on tho edgo of the crater for somo
time, speculating whether the dctona
tlons wo heard were of thunder or
from the volcano.
"As wo afterward found tho river
Fallalso to bo boiling, the detonatlona
were probably volcanic. Wc could not
tell how near we wore to the crater, as
cither from local attraction or the elec-
trie conditions our compass refused to
work. Its varlatlon"was about twenty , ment for David Lawrenco Company in
degrees to the eastward, hut later wu a suit they brought against It claiming
found that It acted normally at tho lip I damages of $300 for wrongful removal
of the crnter We finally groped our of cigars and cigarettes from the store
way down that awful nlreto through ot complainants,
gloomy clouds of rain nnd umld great Fu Tow Keo partners hnvo appealed
electric discharges At every step were from 11 DUtilct Court Judgment against
dislodged the rnln-sonked ashes and them for ?211 70 nt the suit of Wash
wo weie In danger of being prcclpltnt- lngton Mercantile Compan,
ed Into tho hideous gorges on cither
"The extreme top of the volcano Is
covered with ashes, scoria, boulders
and angular rocks, which had been
, ejettcd from tho crater. Turthcr down
lne m0untnln Is eevercd vIth ashes
and mud, and these are thick on thn (
nircte un our wny uown wo saw tne
liver Fallalse rushing ulong with great
velocity, and full of steam and mud.
"At Acler we met George Kennan
and his party and determined to at
tempt a second ascent the next day,
June 1. The ascent made this day with
Kennan was moro trlng and dlfllcult
than tho one I had previously made
with Lcdbctttr. The da) was lntcnselv
hot ninl It was raining When wo
reached the old crater It was again en
veloped In vapor. Tho temperature ol
the basin of Lake Palmlste, taken threa
Inches below the surface, was 14 de
grees Fahrenheit. Between rifts in tho
' been freely erupted
"As wo stood off the edge of the cra
ter a suhllmo spectnele began. I have
some 1 onceptlon of w hat Is going on In
sido the earth, nnd havo been a specta
tor of nature's secret Interior works.
We were assailed with noise. Far be
, low thero was a hissing of steam like
that of a thousand locomotives, as well
ns violent detonations. The principal
output of the crater whllo wc were
there was steam. The phenomenon
wns limited nnd was not essentially
different from those of other volcanoes
In action. Positive assurance was
gained that no molten matter has flow
ed over the lip of the new crnter. Sev-
crnl observations taken with the and
roid barometer showed that the height
of Mout I'elee has not changed.
A. Ynmamoto and M Nakao have ap
pealed from file District Court's iudc
J S. llailcy has appealed from Judg
ment of the District Court against him
for $40 31 In lavor of Hawaiian Star
Newspi.,r Association. His defense
was that his business was Incorporated
and ho could not be sued personally
for tho debt.
Tho wireless telegraph service is now
open for business to Lnhainn and all
points on Maul Telegrams will be re
eclved nt the Oceanic Gas & Electrie
company's office, Magoon building Mcr
Agents, Broken and Jobber.
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 8hredder),New York, U.S.A.
M. Ohlandt & Co.'g Chemical Fnrtlll
zers. Alex. Cross ft Sons' high grade Ferti
lizers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR BALE:
Parafflne Paint Coa 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
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co, Ltd.
Tho Kohala Sugar Co.
Tho Wnlmea Sugai Mill Co.
The Fulton Iro iv'o ks, Bt. Louis, Mo.
The Standard I'd Co
The Ceo. F. Blak. .ncam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance Co.
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
Tho Alliance Assurnnco Co. of London.
II. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castlo First Vice President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Prcs.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. It. Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
AGENTS tor Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co., Haiku Sugar Co., Pala Plan
tation Co., Nahlku Sugar Co., Klhel
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
Kahulul Railroad Co.,
Wm. G. Irwin & Co
Wm. G. Irwin. .President and Manager
Claus Spreckels Vlco President
W. M. Glftard.. Second Vlco President
II. M. Whitney Jr.....Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
P V Off "V T t
LIFE and FIRE
Insurance - Agents
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
SURANCE CO. OF BOSTON.
AETNA FIRE INSURANCE
PANY OF HAnTFORD.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co, Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomea Sugar Co,
nuuomu sugar ijo., wauuKu sugar Co,,
Makee Sugar Co .Haleakala Ranch Co.,
The Planters' Lino of San Francisco
PacketB, Chas. Brewer & Co.'s Line of
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C. M. Cooke. President: Georce
RobertBon, Manager; E, F, Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F,
Allen, Auditor; P. C, Jones, H, Wa
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO,,
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
Tho Balolso Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc,
General Manager of
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FIRE, MARINE LIFE, ACCIDENT
AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY IN
Insurance Office, 924 Bethel Street
Wm. Q. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU : j ,T. H.
an Francisco Aaenti Thn N.
rada National Bank of Son Francisco.
San Francisco The Nevada Ns
tlonal Bank of San Francisco.
London Tho Union Bank ol Lon
New York American Bxchanze Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
erlln Dresdner Bank.
Hongkono and Yokohama Hong
kong Shanghai Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Bank
ot New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank ot
British North America
Deposits received. Loans made tn
approved security. Commercial aid
Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills of fix
change bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For
Pioneer Building and Loan
A08ET8, JUNE SJ, 1901, teo.04S.37.
Moaey loaned on approved security.
A Saving Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on the monthly Install
Twenty-third Series of Stock Is now
OFFICERS -J. L. McLean. Pra.l.
ent: A. A. Wilder. Vice President;
C. B. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Ooar
Din!?CTOns - J- L- McLean. A.
A. Wlldor, A. V. Gear, C. B. Gray.
J. D. Holt, A. W. Keech. J. A. Lyie
Jr, J. M. Little, li. B. Bovd.
A. V. GEAR,
Ofnc nours: i;:80i:30 p. m.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Ten 14.000.000
Paid Up Capital Yen 18.000.000
Reserved Fund Yen 8.710,000
HEAD OFFICH, YOKOHAMA.
The Bank buys and receives for col
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and transacts
general banking business.
On Fixed Per cent
Vipolitn- PeT nnum.
For 12 months 4
For 6 months 31
For 3 months s
Branch of the Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., 11. Kine Stree
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
60 CENTS EACH
On sal. at office ot , . ,
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