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. - EVENING BULLETIN, "HONOLULU, H. T.. MONDAY, JUNE 30. 1902.
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MONDAY JTNH 30 190J
Knknakos vote on saloon licenses foi
tho dlstrli t will make up foi the excite
ment talking In the pait primaries
Remarks from the press of tho othei
islands tells the story of how tho out
sldo dlstrktg view the effect of frc.il.
civil service rules In this Territory.
Records made b the National Ouird
In Its annual shoot are verj satlnfac
tory for piping times of ic-aie The
figuics this car are very little below
thoso mndo In tho (lain vvhtn the men
wcro practicing nearly everj week It
Allows proficlcnc) seldom equaled by
tho State organizations of the Main
.Merchants of the clt asking them
selves whither the Merchants' l'nli will
pay can best answer the question bv
active!) Joining in with the effoits ol
tho Merchants' Association to make It
pay. Every proposition hnving for It?
object the attraction of Increased
trtielo to Honolulu is certain to pay and
tJio men taking the work and responsi
bility on their shoulders deserve tho
active support of everj mcicuntlle
bouse In the city.
United States Senator Perkins speak
ing ot the ngreement to disagree on
Cuban reciprocity Is quoted by a Wash
ington correspondent as follows.
"Theio was the utmost good feeling
but the other side seems to think wo
must make all the concessions. Tho.v
nre willing to get together piovldlng
wo concedo"ovei thing " Judged from
this icmark tho tight over Cuba bears
u close resemblance to political opeia
tlons In Hawaii.
William J IIran has written a let
ter to one of his Populist fi lends In
which ho tan his ambition to become n
candidate for any oKlic has been fully
satisfied. Hit, aim In lite now Is to
prevent the Clcvciandlslng of the Hem
ocratlc part) From the reports comliu
lu from Democratic State convention!)
and tho Tllclen dinnpr In Now York
Hi) an vvilf be as successful lu attain
ing his new object In life as he was in
gaining tho Prcsldenc). In anothci
four earg Ilrjnn will bo writing his
friends that he wants to be let alone
nnd enjoy the pastime of glowing po
tatota on his farm.
Failure al the Hawaiian coinage bill
in Congress brings homo to buslnesj
men of Hawaii the pressing necessity
for a strong repiescntatlon In Congress
It seems Impossible tiiat this bill could
"bo held up as It has been If business
men had a representative In Washing
ton who could present the plain facts
of our financial conditions in a fotcc
fill, common senso manner, watch
legislation, keep track of the
Eources of opposition and theiehj foie
etall any such folly as this coinage hill
for Instance becoming a party measute
Hawaii can havu no sinister motive
In seeking the redemption of Its silver
coin, replacing It with the subsiding
coin of tho United States. The enact
ment of the coinage bill could have n
moro effect upon party uffilis here or
In tho States than the passing of n
check in lillo and Honolulu. It
Is n business proposition pure- and
simple that will prevent loading up oui
banks with a lot of coin Dint can ho
used only In local transactions and
serves to Impedo rather than facilitate
tho business of tho Territory.
Tho defeat of the bill seems to haw
been brought about tluough u luck ol
Information as to what It intended to
accomplish. It is Impossible that the
rankest sliver advocate of the countrj
could oppose tho measure If fully In
formed as to its effect on tho business
operations of the Territory. There
are many Congressmen who prick up
their ears when silver Is mentioned,
but these men are not lacking In gooj
By FRANKLIN ULULANI LEMON of Kamehameha School.
The early Hnwallans were locrs ot
sport as Is shown by their remarkable)
skill In surfing, swimming, wrestling,
throwing the spear, etc.
It Is but natural, therefore, that the
sons of Hnwallans should love feats
Which demand speed, strength and ,
Bklll and It Is fortunate that our school
should have encouraged nil manly ex
crcise And, Indeed, no history of Kn-
mehnmelia would be complete without
a chapter on the sports In which wa
In the spring of 1890, our baseball
nine won their, first championship, in
evlelcnco ot which 1 should like to show
ou the beautiful bat and ball which
are our trophies of that season. Thla
trophy the bat nml ball of Hawaiian
woods, was made nt the order of lho
O Thium b W Miller The hat con
tains fbrly-Blx pieces and the ball sev
enteen, representing fort -eight vari
eties of Indigenous Island woods.
This team Is the one we all lool back
to for Inspiration In all games of base
ball, numbering among the members.
Mr Uiehaids. lohn Wise and the fa
mous Sam Mahtika. who has never
been rtiuik out but once.
The ueU fall the San Jfn baseball
nine visited Honolulu and oui team hail
the pleasure of plajing n series oil
games with them, thus learning tinny
new points for they were all line piny-1
In 1S12 93 nnd "91 our team won the j
l).iehall championship against tho Ho
noliilus the Hnwalls and Crescents
anil so gained the beautiful sliver cup
offered h) the Hawaiian Tramvvaj Co.
to the winners for three successive
In 1898 began our Intersebolastlc
games with Oahu Wo have held tho
championship everv jear since, except
189. when Insufficient practlto mused
our defeat ,
The present jear our school team
won tho Interstholastlc championship
In baselnll against Oahu College and
tho High School.
These games have developed some
famous plavers I have already spoken
of Mahuku P. Davis, Wm. Jieheula
a.id It. Rcutei weicnll famous pitchers
R. Maker was the best catcher Kumeha
Iineh.i has ever had I) Kekuewa, the
I signless eatrhcr and W Viiniiatta, anj
excellent second batenian, deserve spo-
The fall of 1SS9 witnessed oui hrst
field d.iv King Knliikau.i and Queen Its pioper work. All sttidentf should
I.llluokalanl weie present and much outer into athletics up to n tcitulii de
Intcicst on the part of the spcctatois gree.
was shown I There should be n Kamehameha ath-
Thc) dav opened with n tug-of-war lctlc club among the alumni bermisc
which aroused the spirit of all Next
came thoc most slipper) events, climb-
Ing the greased pole and catching J can keep up their training and do so
greased pig The three-legged race, the in a clean, honest way, whether aj
banc! race, the bag race and tho potato amateurs or professionals
race completed the list of events Thl3 As In Knmehameha. athletics should
must have been a most Mtc essful field . be managed by the student body The)
da) Immediately aftervards. Mr. j know what they want, and should hove
Richards with others Introduced tho the training which comes fiom the ro
)ell "Ra)-ha-ra)-r.iv, Kamehameha.' j sponsiblllty of this kind Our success
which hia ever since pioved un linen-lot this )ear is due primarily to student
tlvo to victory (management and It Justines a few
Outsldo competition in our field day words of advice,
sports was flist Invited lu 193. Oalui Work as one, for a union can ncvpr
was our tlist competitor and has re- be beaten. Union Is what is needed In
nialned our nio-st dangerous rival For this school, and not tho Individual
seveuil )ears. medals of gold and sll-.woik, for this will never bring sucrcu
ver Inscribed with tho event and date, Help one another. I( )ou do not take
were awarded winners, nnd I believe 1 1 part actively, encourage those who do.
am correct In stating that the majorlt) Choose for captain a true leader, cjpa
lns ever gone to Kiiiucliameha stu-1 ble, energetic and above all, high In
dents. principle, and stand by him In every-
In the spring of 1901. arrangements tiling he undertakes. Oo Into any un
worn made for n dim I meet between I dertaklng with tho determination to
Kanichamchn and Onhu Tho meet wan win anil not to lose "Work nnd Win."
held at Kaplolanl park and resulted in i is the watchword of success Kanieha
ibu victor) for Oahu, the seme being jmeba has hud u clean history lu nth
Gl to GO ilctlcs Make it )our chief aim to up-
Most of the training for tho dual hold her honor.
Judgment when fully ncqmilntcil with
the facts of such a situation as l!avall
With the hliidlv feeling width nil
parties In Congress have towiuds this
Terrltoiy It Is almost criminal that
,.r,iin.Mv lmoinooa mniti-iR nn which
there Is no division in the Terrltoij
should piaulcally go b default . Tin
Federal government is taking over
S1OO.O0O a month from the circulating
medium of tho Teirltoiy und now
leaves us with a silver medium that
nnasM nnlv In Il.ivv.ill. The Inlusticc
of this state of affairs Is apparent to
...... ... ..,. .
give It attention.
Yet Hawaii may he Justly held quiti
as much toblamoasCoiiKitss. "Want
n, mnn.. , P.onC.ln., nf "fn,.." will
cover praciuuiiy nil uie lauures scui-
ed against this Territory during tho
pieBent tcsslon of Congress. Political
paitles and tirlvute interests must na-
tin all look out for themselves In
whatever legislation the may seek. It
Is u pity, however, that measures hav
ing universal support in the Terrltorj
should be left to die for want of breath.
Tho recoicl for Hawaii in this Con
giess ought to leave no question ot
what the voters should do In tho com.jcec(li ,)Ut m)ly by tho ,,, ;,uiilora,lnil
ing election. Hlioulcl tlicj fall to lieen
the warning in siillklrnt iiumbers to
secure the election of u biislliess-llku
Delegate, the business men at least
should bavo a leprcsentatlve at thn
Capitol who will "get up and gtt" when
action Is needed.
I FROM THE ISLAND PRESSl
One of tho first tangible results ot
tho order of (lovornor Dole, directing
all Territoilal employes to abstain
from paitlclpatlon in active politics it
tho withdrawal from tho Ilepubllcan
organization here If a squad of tho best
meet of 1802 was done by the students
themselves. Final arrangements wcia
nlso mado by them. Every concession
wag given to Onhu, and wo entered the
sports with the determination to win
the champlonthlp If such a thing were
possible. The day was completed turn
"lls car. "' 'C score or ,.' to 34
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in our faor
following this, we cntciect Into nn
nthlctic contest clen liv thn Hove.
Brigade. In which a beautiful silver cup
ttng frerui to tj,0 team winning the
greatest number of points. The Prln-
cess Kavvnnanakoa clowned the win
ners of first nml second places In each
event with a lei. Although, wo com
petoii witli all the athletes of Honolulu,
iour lcam won flrRt place lu nil but four
events of the day. nnd we were able to
break several of tho Island reroids
Wo are vciy proud of the cup. whbh
will bo preserved with the trophies won
In other jeais. This year coitiiln!)
has been our most suctesful one in
athletics and we think It Is because
the students have taken most of the
responslblllt on themselves. This It
ns It should be. nnd we hope that our
successors will tnke even a stronger
hold upon this work. In doing we learn
how to do This Is the whole secret ot
n slice earful life.
Amateur nnd professional contests
are contrasted hcj frequently that It may
be well to note their points of differ
A professional plajer Is n man who
receives pay for his work while nn
amateur plus for the love of the sport
In which he Is engaged. All school
athletics should be umnteur athletics
Students should not become profes
sionals while they are In school No
leputable ychool or college will allow
n professional plajer on Its team
The amateur athletic rules, which are
adopted by the athletic clubs in the
States govern nil nmateur gnmes A
good nmateur athletic contest Is chai-
actcrlzed by Judgment. gentlemnnl
luannei on the field, living up to thn
amateur rules, and true', prompt nod
Retting is tho lowest accompaniment
of athletics, and it should not be al
lowed in am kind of spoit. It Is n dis
grace to a Hue nmateur contest, unci II
ought to be prevented.
Athletics should bo pait of the school
education. It Is Important to know
how to keep one's bod) In good coudl-
Hon. and how to mnkc each oignn do
the athletic men who pass out of this
school should have a place where the)
Ilepubllcan hustlers In tho district
T"" District committee has toinmcnc
I C(l ,0 fn" ,0 I,'ccc,, nml tno rclntla"t
'left has held two meetings in the cu
(Ulnor tl) fl) vacancies and keep Ilia
Chad man T. C. Illdgvvny or tho Ills
trict Committee said to a Tribune r
poller: "Tho Ilepubllcan party here
l ln, Innrn liv tlila (nt illnh nrilf.r nf
rjovernor Dole's than by any ono thing
tlat llua happened. Our best fighters
ere dropping out of the harness, lu
Lnupuhoehoe. tho order has simply ox
unfinished our organization."
Another leading Ilepubllcan said
"Il'a olle''' " '""hloiicd habit, al-
tta'1 fculnu Gel at Just the wrong
J The seriousness of the situation can
not be exaggerated In tho minds of tho
Bemilno conscientious supporters ol
OoVCmOr Dole here. TllCy flgllrO mV
'hat In rtio coming Legislature Mr
mo ,,, m)t on,y bo confrc.ntc,1 with
n hostlio Legislature, but It will ho a
legislature strong enough In opposi
Hon to ovenlde all vetoes mndo.
Tho deductions which ato to no
made from tlicso conditions are not
flattering to tho seiu'u of Roveino
Dole nor to tho Judgment of President
lloosavclt In endorsing tho Oovernor
Or the bnlanco of his term. To all out
ward appearances the President vvnnt
ed to produce In Hawaii political bar
mony. ills com so imis fnlr to sue
0f tho Ilepubllcan party,
A GRtAT MISTAKU.
Haw-all Herald J
Governor Dolo has made ii groat mlh
tuko In Issuing an older compelling
employes of the Government to keep
out of politics. Up to duto Hawaii is
not, strictly speaking, a section of the
country where the spoils s)stcm Is
manifest, clerks or heads of depail
ments of tho Government have not
made themselves obuolous to their
fellows hy any undiiu activity In poll
tics, nor havo thoy brought odium up
on their employer, tho Government, nv
utterances which wpnld cast upon
them any stigma, nor could thoy, by
thu strictest Clovclund analysis, bo
considered under tho head of "offoii
sivo partisans." It Is iincharltabl
perhaps, to say that Governor Dolo Is
Indifferent as to who occupies certain
positions to which men are nominated
Petaluma Incub tors
Poultry - Supplies
has been used for twe'nty three jears In tho manufacture ot
INCUBATORS AND BROODERS
because It has proven superior to all other kinds. It Is not only true
that Petaluma Incubators nnd ilroodcrs nro made of tho best lum
ber In tho world, but cery ether nrtlelo used In their construction
Is of tho highest grade, nnd tl crcforo thoso "Standards of the
World" lnrubators and llroodirn occupy tho same relative position
to all other Incubators nnd Urocders that tho mighty California
Redwoods do to other trees
It is worth your while to n.rd In our late catalogue "A Dlt of
Incubator IllBtory" You may have a catalogue freo by writing
for it. An Invoice of assorted sizes Just received by the
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTO.
Agents fop the Territory of lluvtall
Our vehicles have the most advanced ideas in design,
aid excel others in durable qualities and finish, .
Glia1 , F, Herrick Carriage Co., Limited,
Sole Agentu Columbus Buggy Co.
by htm and continued by the Senate
!) his 'keep out' oiilei, farcical as it
ma) be considered by bis friends and
foes, ho makes It possible foi the oppo
sition to win and probable that tho Re
publican party will lose If tho op.n
sltlon has n majorlt) In tho Senate
now docs tho Oovernor expert to haie
nls nominations confirmed Intel est
In n political campaign lies largolv
witli two factions the "Ins" and the
'outs" At picsent the Ini nro real or
alleged Republicans and In striving to
.teep in office It is reasonnblo to sup
poso they will work for tho party .n
power. Tho order icccntly Issued pre-
vents It, and ns a result about 70 per
cent or tho membeis of tho Hllo DIh-
trict Republican organization tendered
tnetr resignations nt mo meeting on m. tMhango listjif members now
Monday night, .n Honolulu n wavo ot lnrluill.H clcry Hpi)iy ilnUB8 0f impo,.
roslgnatlons passed through the club tantc , tho y beMo cally a), tllc
and landed on tho secretary's desk It lont,actora am, construction firms.
Is said that the withdrawal of J. A. 1 CJlt(. a proporton of tho rcal cstnto
Kennedy, chairman ot the Central aml nalllall0 mc ha40 alB0 taicn aa
Committee was -duo to tho nctlon of ,antBg0 of ,10 oppoitunity ollcrcd and
the (lovcrnor rather than to n press of ,mvo lo,nC(, lhcro bcIng no rca, ea.
private misiness. vviiu .Mr. Kenneiiv
out of the organlzairotr. the, interests
of the Republican party must suffer to
in appreciable extent, nnd It will suffar
still more If tho Oovernor does not see Tia(lcrg. i;xtilung0 ag they have plans
his way clear to rescind his freak or.',n progreBS or nmbr)0 whlch vMU be
der, which ho evidently Issued without la,iCn ,atcr for tno cncoragement
nrsc consuiung party managers v. m
a v low to learning the possible effect U
CAN WRITP. LETTER8.
According to Dole's latest order all
officials may follow tho dictates of i" t J'eari Harbor ana ctwlioio
heir own consciences regarding their iniound Honolulu will also be taken up.
participation in politics. His first nr-'Thls will need the support of every
der said they must not defile their ' '" Honolulu eligible eo belong to
hands with politics. Ills second order, "' Exchange, but It has been dono
Slves them freo rein to mnko speeches elsewhere and can bo dono here If tho
and write letters but not to serve ns town will work for it.
committeemen ot Delegates to Con-I
To counteract tho extension of tin
saloon limits towards Kakanko nnd
Knllhl as pioposcd by Trcasurel i
Wright, tho Anti Saloon League pro 1
poses to tnko a sort of plohlsclt
thoso dlstilcts, I
Tho League proposes to do this elth
er by the aid of printed petitions, peti
.lonlug ugalnst the pmposed extension
if the saloon limits, m h the estnb
Mshlng ot pooling booths nt which the
reside nts of tho named dlhtrie ts can
voto for or against the proposed exieu
As et, nothing dcflnlto has been de
cided on tho question, tho League
iwltlng nctlon on thoipnit of tho Eoc
Spinach and dandelion leaves are ex
tent n for tho kldnejl.
The roll of thu Ilulldcrs' and Trad
era' Exchnngo doses tomorrow to
lm,mbQ1H r t., i(1 Master llullders
ABBOclat()n "ovei sixty ot the seven
... .mij-.,!.,.,,, i c,)mi .inndlni: of tho
0j ABSO(tlon lmvo nlieady signed.
but a few ,mxo B0 rr falln, to ,esstwr
A1(cr tomuriow all appucants will
,,.. to .... ,.. ru...r initiation feo
,.r ,- ..... nnI,ii,utlonK leceivod todav
ani, tomoriott tomo lm,icr the old X
tate exchallB0 ,er ,he real cstalo
mn fe(1, th tnn temporalIy accom
,,,, tne o)Jcct8 of rcnl eB,ato J)0ar4
uv .1(.oncluz , ,hn iidm-s' nnd
nf t01rIbt .,(. an(l thu alivcrtgl,
,lllent of Honolulu by means of tho Mer
chants' Pair and tho St. Louis Fair
The mutter ot giving preference tu
Hawaiian materials, Hawaiian con
trnctois nnd Hawaiian workmen on
Uncle Sam's big arm) unci navy con
is only hal? ,
without an "AL VISTA"
Takes pictures ot high vvator
falls, of gioups or broad land
scapes with a scope of neatly
Uses films and loads In day
light It Is a wonder Wiitu lor
Photo Supply Go
Agents, Broker and Jobbers,
W. G. Irwin & Co.
. AGENTS FOR
Western Sugar Refinery Company ot
Baldwin Locomotive Works ot Phlla
delphla, Pa., U. 8. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cano Shredder), New York, U.S.A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross & Sons' high grade Ferti
lizers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
Parafflne Paint Co.'s P.& R. Paints and
Tapers! Lucol and Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled.
Indurlno (a cold-walor paint), In white
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd
The Ewa Plantutlon Co.
Tho Walalua Agricultural Co, Ltd.
Tho Kohala Sugar Co.
Tho Walmoa Sugai Mill Co.
The Fulton Iro ,o ks, St. Louis, Mo
The Standard (, '1 d
The Ceo. F. Ulak. -neam Pumps.
The New England Lite Insurance Co.
The Aotna Flro Ins. Co. of Hartford,
Tho Alliance Assurance Co. of London
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN.Ltd
eef t Alnvnn.la- Cnw...! 7lnn Dm,
W. M. Ati.icnndpr.-Rf.rnni! Vlpo Prr.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
V. Q. Smith Secretary
Geo. H. Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
AGENTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co , llull.u Sugar Co., Fata Plan
tation Co., Nahlku Sugar Co.. Kthel
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co,
Kahultil Itallroad Cc,
Wm. G. Irwin & Co
Wm. O. Irwin.. President nnd Managor
Claus Spreckels Vice President
W. M. Glffard.. Second Vice President
II. M. Whitney Jr Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OP SAN TRANCISCO, OAL.
Jr o w-
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 e'n . riniinla
Sucar Plant. Co.. flnnmnn Hi, our (In
Honomu Sugar Co., Wailuku Sugar Co',.
Makeo Sugar Co .Haleakala Ranch Co.
ine i'laniers' Line or San Frnnelsm
Packets, Chas. D rower & Co.'s Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C. M. Cooke, President; George
Itooertson. Mnnneor: R. P. Ululinn
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F.
Alien, Auditor; ,1. C. Jones. H. Wa
terbouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
THE VON HAMM-Y0UN6 CO.,
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Baloiso Insuiance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sowing Machine, Etc.
General Manager ot
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Ot tho United States for the
OFFICE, Merchant Street, Honolulu.
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made, printing to be done, etc., etc,
and we will call. We have men that
know tnetr Dullness cor taat purpose,
i ii ipaai aaaMM 1 1 i
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Bntubllshed In 1858
Transact business In all depa
Collections carefully attend!
Exchange bought and sold.
Commercial and Travelers'
ot Credit Issued on Tho Dank
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Correspondents Tho Dank
fornla, Commercial Banking
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Drafts and cable transfers oi
and Japan through the Honglt
Shanghai Hanking Uorporatlc
Chartered Dank ot India, Atistr
Interest allowed en term dor.
tho following rntes per annum
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Three months, at 3 per cen'
Qlx months, at 3 1-2 per cen
Twelve months, at 4 per cen
Act as Trustees under morti
V-jago estates (real and po
Collect rents nnd dividends
Valuable papers. Wills, lion
received for safe-keeping.
Auditors for Corporations t
Ilooks examined and rcporto
Statements ot Affairs prepai
Trustees on Bankrupt or Ii
OFFICE, 924 BETHEL 6TR
Deposits received nnd Intc
lowed at 4 1-2 per cent per en
accordance with llulcs and
tlons, copies of whlcu may bo
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AND EMPLOYERS' LIABIL
Insurance Office, 924 Bethel Street
vi.us oprocKeis. Wm. Q. Irvvlr.
wioiis jprccKeis k lo.
HONOLULU. : : T. H.
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?ada National Bank of San Francisco.
flan Franelapn . TVa Mnwn.. x .
llonal Bank ot San rrunclaeo.
London The union Bank ot Lon
New York Aniftrlrnn n,h,n.. k
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
erlln Dresdner Bank.
kong Shanghai Banking Corporation.
New ZealanH flnH Ait..l. ,.nHi.
ot New Zealand.
Victor! r.d Vancouver Bank cf
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made is
approved security. Commercial aal
iraveiers- credits issued. Bills ot Bi
change bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For
Pioneer Building and Loan
A08ET8, JUNE iJ, 1C0I, UO.C4JJ7.
Money loaned on approve, securlt.
A Saving Bank for monthly deposit.
Houses built on tho monthly Insicil.
Twenty-third Series of Stock Is nw
OFFICERS -J. L. McLean, PreiV
icnU Al Vfnie, Vk-o President;
u. u. uruy, treasurer; A. v. Gear.
DIRECTORS - J. L. McLean. A
A. Wilder. A. X'. nam- r n n...
J. D. Holt, A. W. Kcoch, J, A. L)'s,
ai. inline, r. a. uoya.
A. V. GEAR,
. " -r Secretary.
wuicn noura: 12! so;: 30 p. tn.
The Yokohama Specie Bsnk
Subscribed Capital.... Ten H.OOO.OW
Paid Up Capital Yen 18.000.000
Reserved Fund Yen 8,710.001
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lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and transacts a
Kuuorni oanxing Dullness.
On Fixed P.r cent
Deposit. pM annum.
For 12 months 4
For 6 months 11
For S mnntti. .
Branch ot the Yokohama Bpecie Bank.
New Republic Bid., 11. King Stree ,
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
60 CENTS EACH
In sal. at office ot , , .
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All Lovers o! the Sport
are requested to register their
State or Territory at the
Honolulu Bowling- Pallors
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