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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1902.
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Postofflco llox 71S
JULY 2. 1902.
The man who falls to Unit nn event
on the Fourth that docs not satisfy
his tastes must be of n decidedly pessi
mistic turn of mind.
Returns made by tho lax assessor are
raising the value of real estate all
along the line. As renl estate sales In
dicate a scaling down of values. It be
comes n question for the property own
er whether he will not make money
by nllow his land to be sold to satis
fy tax claims.
Due credit should be given President
Sloggctt for his final success In secur
ing a proper slaughter house for the
city. The old lwllcl slaughter houses
were criticised and condemned by va
rious Hoards of Health but It remained
for Dr. Sloggctt to brins about the
forceful action which put the slaughter
pen In a sanitary condition.
Mayor Schmltz Is making himself
solid with the people of San Fran
cisco by his veto of measures which
carry fat salaries for unnecessary
officials. A labor mayor may not be
schooled In the theoretical arts of gov
ernment but he knows how to bo
economical, nnd that nftcr all Is what
the taxpayers arc always moit deeply
FACING TIIEt ISSUE.
It Is difllcult to understand how tho
Republican party can go Into the com
ing campaign on nn evasion of the so
called "Dole issue," any more than Is
possible for the Home Rulers to cvndo
tho "Wilcox Issue." The majority party
of tho Territory has seen lit to force tho
fighting and by every rulo of good poli
tics tho Republicans aro In duty bound
to meet it. To attempt nn evasion Is
to practically acknowledge that tho Re
publican party Is In sympathy with
their opponents and Is ready to damn
the olllclal representative of the party
with faint praise. A refusal to endorso
amounts to an effort to sail under falsn
colors. It was done two years ago hut
those who followed the campaign close
ly could easily discern that It did not
Influence the party opponents In mak-.
lng an Issue
With tho Republicans' chief opponent
having Issued Its manifesto outlining
the general lines of Its campaign pro
gram, the maintenance of party In
tegrity demands that it shall bo truo
to Itself nnd honest with the voters;
that Its declaration on the local ad
ministration and our status in Con
gress shall be clear cut, direct, so plain
that no voter can go astray. It Is Im
possible that the executive head of tho
Territory or the highest elective ofllclai
of tho Territory shall not bo Issues of
tho campaign. The party workers faco
actlvo conditions, not theoncs when it
comes to dealing with the voters, And
what complete or convincing reply can
Republican organizers nnd spellbind
ers give when nsked why the party
sidles away from whatever Issues may
bo uppermost In the minds of the vot
It Is not to be supposed that the "Dole
Issue" will be flashed to the fiout on all
jiosslblo occasions since the Governor
Is an appointive olllcer. The situation
however, is such that tho Republicans
cannot afford to evade an endorsement
of tho Governor, at the same tlmo car
rying the war Into the enemy's camp
with the demand that the Territory
shall Bo competently represented In
Washington. Now that Mr. Dale has
been made a factor, there Is hut ono
honest course to pursue. To put Mr.
Dole aside In party declarations would
bo on a par with a refusal of Republi
cans n any Congressional district of tho
States, to declare themselves on the
Philippine question which tho Demo
crats have mado an Issue, or failure to
endorse President Roosevelt, the Gov
ernor of the Stato or tbo Territory.
The Congressional campaign of this
year is not personal as regards execu-
tlvo officials, except in so far as execu
tive oulccrs by the very nature of their
positions become a part of the party
progrnm on which an appeal Is made
to the voters. Side tracking Issues fnyetto Square during the last twenty
made by nn opposition In party decla-lfour hours. Tho first ono took plnco
rations Is much more dangerous bust-
ness than making a firm stand on nil
. i i . .i . .i
points offered and nt the same time
forging to the front with more Import-
nut matters bearing upon the welfare of
The Bulletin has yet to be convinced
that the Governor fears to face tho
A timely book announced for Imme
diate publication Is "Martinique and
tho World's Great Disasters," by
Trumbull White. The advance sheets
and table of contents of the work ludl-
cate mat it will uc a uouk oi viuer
scope and usefulness than a mere
chronicle of the recent disturbances in
the West Indies. In addition to the ac-
count of those calamities from the sto-
rles of eye-witnesses mid thoso who
hastened to the scene, there nro chap-
ters on nil the other great natural con-
vulslous. volcanic and seismic, from
the most ancient times to the present
dny. There Is a chapter of scientific
explanation oi mo causes oi i-urin- beef hash, for wnlclt the llanna house
quakes and volcanoes. Illustrated with hold Is famous. Mr. Hanna says that
diagrams. The West IniTlcs In general his guests, hearing that ho was serv
are' treated in n dozen chapters, In iK breakfasts now to friends whoso
which their history, commerce nnd ng-Vivos nre 0ut of town, Invited them
riculture. tho buccaneers who Infest -id. BciVcs, nnd that they enjoyed the
them, their polltlcB, nnd their goncnl
conditions of Interest to the United
States are outlined.
Mr. White has been a wide traveler
In the West Indies nnd tho world over,
In the cnpaclty of a newspaper corre
spondent, nnd writes of modern condi
tlons out of his own knowledge gath
ered at first hand on the spot. He ha9
unearthed somo little-known facts
about the great disasters of tho past,
and altogether the work Is presented
as ono with permanent vnlue beyond
Its transient Interest. The Illustra
tions are all from photographs, many
of them taken or gathered by the au
thor. W. R. Vansant & Company, of Chi
cago, nre the publishers.
PLANTATION AISD LAND.
Anyone who seriously opposes tho
policy of giving the Biignr plantation
long and favorable leases on nil tho
laud which they nctually plant to'cnnu
is Lf.hcr a thrice sodden ass or elso
something very much worso; for no
ono will deny that the Islands largely
depend on sugar production for tho
wonderful measure of prosperity
which they have enjoyed for tho par.t
decade. Hut at the same time meth
ods should be devised to place all till
able lands, not sultablo for sugar cut
lure In tho hands of small farmers, nnd
every encouragement possible should
be afforded to those who desire to en'
gage in small farming. Thcro Is no
particular reason why tho Islands
should not produco all tho corn, pork,
poultry and vegetables needed for
RISE IN SUGAR.
Tho rise In the price of sugar, about
500,000 tons of which the Islands will
put on tho market this year, tho near
approach of the cable, the beginning
of work nt Pcilrl Harbor In the near fu
ture, nnd the. lirobablo appropriation of
ono million dollars for tho flro claims,
MilTerers are nil signboards pointing tot
the road to prosperity on which tho
feet of the neonlo of the Islands aro,'
now set. Without unduo optimism, It
may now be nsserted that the begin
ning of nn crn of good times has set In,
which should continue Indefinitely nnd
uiiicb should attract settlers and tour
ists In largo numbers from thu Mnln
A Milwaukee firm hns Just nut on tho
market a most convenient combination he met with a more than usually lo
device for autonioblllsts. It is a lift-' nuaclous chairman. This genius nctu
Ing Jack, which Is also a pump, the nlly spoko for a whole hour In "Intro-
parts being available for use singly or
together. In case of a puncture the
vehicles can ho lifted, and by tho turn-
lng of a pin In tho center of the lever
the pump may bo released from tho
Jack, the latter being held In placo by
the clutch nt the top of the frame. The
combined tool takes up no more room,
nor Is It heavier than an ordinary
Pa ra pj Pa s na ru ra u-a m r-a Pa pa m p ni r ps m p na na to p p
REVIEW OF THE NATIONAL
LAWMAKERS' WORK TO DATE
WHAT THIS CONGRESS HAS DONE
Call Bureau, 1406 G. Street, N. W
Washington, June 21. Here Is a list
of things Congress has done:
It has killed the Nicaragua canal
bill and passed the Panama canal bill.
It has killed the bill for a Govern
ment cable to the Philippines and de
cided not to Interfere with private en
terprise pledged .to breaking monopoly.
It has passed a river and harbor bill
It has passed a bill committing the
Government to the policy of reclaim
lng the arid lands of ths far West.
It will probably pass some bill foi
civil government of the Philippines,
It has passed many thousands of
special pension bills.
It has prohibited the sale of oleo
margarine as butter.
It has repealed all war taxes,
amounting to about $70,000,000.
The ship subsidy bill was passed by
the Senate, and killed In the Houte.
Chinese exclusion was re-enacted.
It amended the bankruptcy bill
It has passed appropriation bills ex
ceeding that of any Congress at Its
first session, except the var Congresses.
A IIANNA CONPBKKNCE.
Washington, Juno 14. Two Impor
tant conferences have been held at
the residence of Senator llanna on L.v
last night and was attended by Senator
Mark A. Ilnnim of Ohio, Senator . Vol-
son W. A dr ch of Rhode Island, Sena-
tm acorgc c VcfMnt o Cnlltornlt
pc(.r(ltnry f Wnr Ellhu Root of New
York, rostmastcr General Henry C.
i'nync of Wisconsin and Miss Pliclp
of Ohio, Mrs. Hanna's sister.
The conference met In nn upstairs
room nt the Senator's house and was
continued until niter midnight. The
subject discussed was bridge vhlsf. ct
which Senator llanna Is very fond, but
which he gets little opportunity t'
play In Wnsnlngton, owing to the
great vessure of his Senatorial and
other duties. There was no mystery
nl)(mt ,,a t.0fcrpnrP ng t wnB ,,ian.
,y v8,i,, through the open windows lo
,hnt 1)0Vt011 of the public that walked
uy r.nfayette Square while it was in
j TR, ePCon, conference took place
tllg niornR n downstairs room oi
t)l0 anic residence. It began at hall
,)ngt 8 BnJ jngtea until half past 0.
'Those present were Senator Hanna,
Secretary Root, Postmaster General
inyno nnd Miss Phelps. This tlmo tbo
matter being considered was corned
breakfast very much and declared tho
bash to be excellent.
Senator Hanna left town this oven
lng for Cleveland to attend his daugh
ter's wedding on Monday, and will re
turn in tlmo to make the closing ,
speech In opposition to the Nicaragua!
Canal bill and In favor of the Panama
route on Wednesday. 1
LADY DUFFERIN'S WIT.
Tho lato Lord Dufferln was known
to his friends ns one of the most charm
ing of men. His friends were of both
sexes. Indeed, his platonlc gallantries
nfter he had reached the age when ho
could safely Indulge them, were quite
unconcealed. That this tendency upon
the part of the noble spouse was the
subject of amiable banter by Lady Dif
fering Is attested by a reminiscence of
their sojourn in Rome, when Lord Dif
fering was British ambassador there.
There had been during the night a
shock of eaithquake In Rome, which
naturally formed a topic at the ambas
sadorial dinner table next day. Ill
turned out Hint every one hnd felt the
shock excepting the ambacbndor, who
had slept through It.
"Oh, well," observed a guest, "tho
last trump would not awaken Lord Duf
ferln." "No." assented the marchioness, nnd
ndded thoughtfully, "unless It happen
ed to bo the queen of hearts." Pitts
A charming young lady of Kensing
ton, who glories In the possession of ,i
wealth of bright auburn hair, is the
teacher of a Sundny school class. On n
recent Sabbnth tho rector made the nn
nouncement of a hymn to be sung, nnd.
rising, waved his bands, and the organ
"Now." said he. "ready sing."
A small and precocious youth In the
young woman's class said:
"Why don't you sing. Miss Frlshee?"
Mo? Oh. I never sing." replied the
teacher, smiling her prettiest.
"Hut." exclaimed the boy, "the nilnls-
er says you must. Dl.ln t he Just say.
- Now - Reddy. sing?'
IJnrry Furtilss tells a good story of a
distinguished but Irritable Scotch lec
turer. The gentlcmnn had occasion to
tpeak In a small town In 'one of the
lowland counties, nnd It chanced that
ducing" tho lecturer. Ho wound up by.
saying: "It Is unnecessary for me to
W more, but call upon tho taltend
gentleman who has eomo so far to give
us his address tonight."
The lecturer cnina forward. "ou
want my address? I'll give It to you
322 ltob Itoy Crescent, Edinburgh
nnd I'm off there now. Good night."
Woman's Home Companion,
THINGS CONGRESS FAiLO TO DO
Call Bureau, 1406 G Street, N. W.,
Washington, June 21, These are tTfe
things Congress has failed to do:
It has failed to grant concessions to
It has turned Its back on a plan to
provide for national defense by enact
ing a militia law.
It has refused to pass a law for a
general staff of the army.
It has smothered all reciprocity trea
ties. It will probably go on record as be
ing unable to agree on a comprehen
sive measure for the suppression of
It has considered consular reform
as of no Importance.
It has failed to grasp. the trust Issue,
and has passed no legislation for the
regulation of trusts, Ignoring the rec
ommendation of the President and tho
It has set Its face against tariff re
vision and tariff reform.
It has postponed action on the bill
creating the Department of Commerce,
wlilch passed the Senate.
It has not placed restrictions of any
sort, other than those now In effect, on
Poultry - Supplies
has been used for twenty-threo years in the manufacture of
INCUBATORS AND BROODERS
because It has proven superior to all other kinds. It Is not only true
that Petaluma Incubators nnd Iiroodors aro mado of the best lum
ber In the world, out every ether article used In their construction
Is of the highest grade, rnd tl crcforo these "Standards of tho
World" Incubators nnd llroodirn occupy the same relative position
to all other Incubators and Bmcdors that tho mighty California
Redwoods do to other trees.
It Is worth your while to nnd In our late catalogue "A Dlt of
Incubator History." You may have a catalogue free by writing
for It. An Invoice of assorted sizes Just received by tbo
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Agents for the Territory of Ilnvvnll
Our vehicles have the most advanced ideas in design,
and excel others In durable qualities and finish. .
Clias. F. Herrick Carriage Co., Limited,
Sole Agentu Columbus Buggy Co.
CALIFORNIA NEWSPAPER MAN
New York, June 21. The pollco of munner that Immediate help was need
buth this city and Philadelphia am ed. and almost at the last moment his
ntixlous to find Henry U. McDowell. Ha uncle, Burden, paid up ubout JC00O of
Is wanted, according to the police, In debts for him. Undaunted by the fall
cgmiectlon with the alleged enibczzlo- uro of his theatrical vcnttiron few years
ment of securities valued at $50,000 ago, he then undertook lo show theater
from the United States Trust Company I managers that they bad no real con
of Philadelphia. A Boston dispatch ! reptlon of the business. He leased tho
says the pollco are looking for him In Coliseum Theater at Oakland, but after
that city. I a run of a few weeks his company was
MacDowell is the son of General Ir-1 Btranded. Not long nfter, when his
win MacDowell, held responBlblo In' leading man failed to appear at a per
sons quarters for tho defeat at Bull formance, ho quickly shaved off his
Hun In the Civil War. His father, dur- luxuriant whiskers and played tho
lng the last years of his life, was In
command of the Department of the I'n-1
cine, with lils headquarters at Sail
Francisco, nnd It was In that city that i
Henry MacDowell began his career.
His mother was tho duugbter of Henry
Burden, nn Inventor or Troy, N. Y
and It was through tho Intercessions of
his mother nnd lrom financial aid ho,
received from her family that ho was
helped out of several or his more sen-
ous dlfllcultles, the mother always tak
ing the son'H part and standing between
him and his father whenever possible.
MacDowell entered the Harvard law
school in 1S71, but had been there only
a short time when he became Involved Harry MacDowell was an old friend
in llnanclal dlfflcultles. Ho received , of Wm. Liington of the "Paradlso of
a handsome allowance from his father, I the Pacific," who worked with Mac
hut succeeded In running heavily in I Dowell when the "Ingleslde" was at tho
debt. His rather went to his assist-' top notch uf prosperity.
nnce, however, mamas a irip iu uus
ton to settle up his son's accounts, pay
lug, It Is said, about $10,000 tor him.
After that experience, the young man
was placed In the law office ot General
W. II. L. Ilarnes, then associated with
Hall McAllister, in San Francisco.
.uucuuweu uui uui iutu nuuuy iui
drv lmv books, nnd almost at onco un-.
dertook his first theatrical venture. Iu Washington. June 21. General
collaboration with Lieutenant Field of freely today entered Into a contract
the United States army he produced with tho Marconi Wireless Telegraph
a play entitled "Fettered by Fate." : Company for tho election of two wiry
which ho had written. Tho play ran loss telegraphic stations connectlnu
only a week nnd was a dismal failure, i Fort Qlbbon, Alaska, with Bates Rap-
Within a short time MacDowell
bought the Ingleslde, a weekly paper,
founded nine years before by Frank M,
PIxley, giving his noto In payment.
For a time he appeared to be on tho
crest of a wave of prosperity. He fitted
up his editorial rooms elaborately unit
spent money freely to secure bright
contributions. Albert Delplt, who at
that time had an International reputa
tion, contributed a weekly Paris letter,
nnd "Bill Nyo" and Philip H. Welch
were regular contributors. But ono of
MacDowell's eccentricities was to limit
tho amount of advertising to four col
umns, although the Ingleslde wa3 a
slxteen-pago paper. Thla contributed to
disaster, which overtook the venture a
year nftcr he assumed control, tho loss
being estimated at $30,000.
It was at about this tlmo that ho be
came financially embarrassed In such a
ffi liHQ WITH SECURITIES
, part himself, but so far as Is known
this was his only appearance on tho
Some tlmo after this MacDowell was
placed In charge of a news bureau In
j-os .ngeies. -mere he evolved a
scheme of accepting land In payment
for advertisements nnd then planned to
dispose of his holdings nt a nroflt. Tho
land boom nt Los Angeles was at Its
height, but bis scheme failed to work
out as he had planned. Another bubble
was broken and ho came East, where
he has been Identified with various
theatrical unci business enterprises,
i Ids, on tho Tanana, a distance of 103
miles In an air line. Tho company un
dertakes to liavo the stations In work
ing order by October 1st next. Genor-
nl Oreely already has an overland wlro
frcai Nome City to Fort Gibbon, nnd,
with other existing lines in Alaska,
this wireless system will complete a
circuit from Bchrlng sea down to tbo
Tbo company undertakes to supply a
hystem thnt shall work ovcry day with'
out interruption, elso tbo Government
will not be under any oxpenso,
Don't forget Camarlnos of the Call
fornlt Fruit Market when you want
fruit and vegetables. He nlw&ts baa
un band a fresh supply of both llltor
nla und Island fruits. Telephone Main
i MTIAN IN mm
Agents, Brokers and Jobbers.
W. G. Irwin & Co.
Western Sugar Refinery Company of
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Phlla
dclpbla, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), New York, U.S.A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross & Sons' hlgh-grado Ferti
lizers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Plpo Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
Paratnne Paint Co.'s P.& B. Paints and
Papers; Lucol nnd Linseed on,
raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), In white
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
CASTLES COOKE, Ltd
Tho Ewa Plantation Co.
Tho Walalua Agricultural Co,
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walmea Sugat Mill Co.
The Fulton Iro vVo.ks, St. Louis, Mo.
The Standard CU Co.
The Ceo. F. Blnki decani Pumps.
Tho Now England Life Insurance Co.
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London,
H. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castlo First Vice President
W. M. Alexander., Second Vice Pres.
J. P. Cooko Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. R. Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
AGENTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co., Haiku Sugar Co., Pala Plan
tation Co., Nnhlku Sugar Co., Klhel
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
Kabulul Railroad Cc,
Wm. G. Irwin & Co
Wm. G. Irwin.. President and Manager
Claus Spreckels Vice President
W. M. Glffard.. Second Vice 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.. Onomea Rump rin
Honomu Sugar Co, Walluku Sugar Co,.
juQxee sugar uo,tialeakala Ranch Co.
The Planters' Lino of San Franeln
Packets, Chas. Brewer & Co.'s Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS:
u. M. Cooke, Prevldent; George
Robertson, Manager: E. P. nishon.
iri-uaurer ana aecretary; Col. W. F.
Alien, Auditor; p. c. Jones, H. Vfa
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO,,
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sowing Machine, Etc.
General Manager of
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Ot the United States for the
OFFICE, Merchant 8treet, Honolulu.
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made, printing to be done, etc., etc,
ind we will call. We have men that
know their buslnem (or Uat purpose.
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BstHbllslied In 1858.
Transact business In all departments
Collections carefully attended to.
Exchango bought and sold.
Commercial and Travelers' Letter
of Credit Issued on The Dank of Cali
fornia and N. M. Rothschild ft Sons.
Correspondents The Dank of Calf.
fornla, Commercial Banking Co. of
Sydney, Ltd., London.
Drafts and cablo transfers on China
and Japan through tho Hongkong A
Shanghai Danklng corporation ant
Chartered Bank of India, Australia and
Interest allowed on term deposits at
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Three months, at 3 per cent
6lx months, at 3 1-2 per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per cent.
Act as Trustees under mortgages.
V-jago estates (real and personal).
Collect rents and dividends.
Valuable papers, Wills, Bonds, e'.e,
received for safe-keeping.
Auditors for Corporations and Pri
Books examined and reported on.
Statements of Affairs prepared.
Trustees on Bankrupt or Insolvent
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Deposits received and Interest al
lowed nt 4 1-2 per cent per annum, In
accordance with Ilules and regula
tions, copies of whlci. may bo obtained
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AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY IN
Insurance Office, 924 Bethel Street.
Wm. O. Irwin
Clans Spreckels & Co..
HONOLULU : : T. H.
in Francisco Agents The Ne
vada National Bank of San Francisco.
Ban Francisco The Nevada N
tlonal Bask of San Francisco.
London The Union Bank oi Lot
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchant' National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
erlln Dresdnor Bank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hongkong-Shanghai
New Zealand and Australia Bank
of New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
British North America.
Deposits recolvod. Loan made in
approved security. Commercial aid
Travelers' Credits issued. Bills of Ex.
change bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For
Pioneer Building and Loai
A08ET8, JUNE 3d, 1801, 160,048.37.
Hoaey loaned en approved securlf.
A Bavlng Bank for monthly deposit.
Houses built on tho monthly Install
Twenty-third Sortcs of Stock Is now
OFFICERS-J. L. McLean, Preil
dent; A. A. Wilder, Vice President:
o. u. oray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear.
. DUl?pTORS J. L. McLean, A,
A. Wildor, A. V. Gear, C. B. Gray,
J. D. Holt, A. W. Keech. J. A. Lyl!
Jr, J. M. Little, li. B. Boyd.
A. V. GEAR,
Offlc tioars: 12: SO 1:30 p. m.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Bnbscrlbed Capital.... Ten 24.000.001
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,000
Reserved Fund yen 8.7lo.00n
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
The Bank buva and receive tnr .
lectlon Bills ot Exchango. Issues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and transacts a
general banking business.
On Fixed par ,..
DeP08"- Per annum.
For 12 months 4
For 6 months j)
For J month 3
Branch of the Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., U Kin? Stree
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
60 CENTS EAQU
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THE . . .
All Lovers oi the Sport
are requested to register their
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