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EVENING- BULLETIN, ltoKOLULU, II. T, .TUESDAY, JULY 8, 1902.
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J I LY S 190 J
Delegate Wilcox s stor of what he
has doni could be covered in a slngls
So Chairman McCurthv will stand bj
bis guns The Democrats appear to
nave hope of the future though the
present offers little propeit for suc
cess A citizen of the t'nltcd States Com
niunlcatlons not accompanied bv the
Dime of the writer are not published
In this paper though If desired the,
name of the writer need not appear lu
THE POWUR OF 0PP0NENT8.
Delegate Wilcox Ins returned from
his first tour of duty in Washington
with practically nothing do'e but to
dav s convention shows that those
banking on his los of prestige In hli
party have some might! hard work
before them In breaking down that hold
he has hitherto had Distasteful
though it may be Republicans niurt
admit that Wilcox Is n spell binder of
no mean order. He carries the crowd
xvltb him. makes Issues of his own and
In his peculiar wn convinces bis hear
ers that what he presents aie real Is
sues Ii tutting off the Hepubliean
tall to their kite the Home Rulers have
cut off from any prospect of coopera
tion with the ltepubllcans and present
Indications ure that If unv combination
is made. It will he with the Demon. Us,
the Dole Issue Is to be put to the front
nnd ktpt there, county and municipal
government will furnish ono of tho
leading war cries. In fact It is the same
old fight over again with Wilcox
strengthened bj the cooperation of the
jounger element of whlih I'rlncc Cupid
and Wise are recognized Icadeis
Republicans can gain nothing pai
tlcularly at this time when tbu cam
paign is In the formative period In
deprecating the power of the opposltio l
to bo met this fall Altogithvi too
many Republican! nie plavlng the
ostrich, comforting themselves with the
pleasant thought that Wilt ox's political
power has gone, resting eas) on the
kclf-satlsfled Idea that all the Republi
cans have to do Is wait for the coiten-
tluns, nominate- the candidates and
tweep the boards without extraordi
nary effort. If the ltepubllcans nrc to
win, the party must Institute the
strongest and most forcible educational
campaign that has ever been known In
these Islands and It must begin early.
It must meet Issues En.u.irel) , man
fully, it must evade nothing, at the
same time forcing tho real Issue of com
petent representation to the front Gov
ernor Dole Is an issue In the minds of
many voters and the party cannot af
ford to go Into the campaign without a
posltlvu declaration on his adminis
tration. County and municipal govern
ment Is a leading issue und must bo
handled without qualification to attract
the confidence of the voters.
There is work ahead of no mean or
der, and the party will go to certain
defeat unless it arouses from its lethar
gy and proves by platform declarations
andrenewed actlvltv, that It fears no
Issue which Its opponents ma present
TUB PAY OF1 CONGRESSMEN.
The pay of Congressmen which has
been tho cause of mote or less local
discussion Is having the effect of turn
ing more than one able man from seek
ing further honois at the hands of hli
counlr) men A Congiebsman receives
J500O and If he has any buil.il asplrn
tlons finds that It melts like dew be
(ore the morning sun It Is Impossible
to save money and the man who has u
private purse to draw upon Is about
tho only ono on whom honors rest
easily. The Washington correspondent
of the St. Paul Globo writes:
Representatives say there Is not
enough money In being Congressmen
and are quitting for commercial and
professional pursuits. Only yesterday
lloh Gordon of Ohio, announced that
ha could make more money at St
Mary's In the lumber and flour busi
ness, and there was no attraction in
tho glory. And ho has been here two
terms nnd has a margin of nearly 5000
Page Morris has quit with three
terms. He says that with growlnii
(laughters there Is no use tr) Ins to live
n Washington on $3000 a year, and
that's all n Congressman gets honestly
Frank IM1I5, from the mine Stato
and no pampered child of luxury, elth
cr for Kddv wears checked shirt?
when home and lop boots and rides on
horseback and talks Scandinavian
even Kddj sas almost an ltepubli
i an in Cnngu-ss could earn twlco ai
iniidi at n other calling and Eddy
ha backed his words by his conduct
and has sent notice to his political
managers that he Is out of the running.
Lawrence, of Massachusetts, sas hf
is In Congress .it a personal sacrifice
he Is about readj to let go patriotism
and glory nnd go after the slmoleons
llcatwolc of Minneiotn, savs there li
nothing In It Atchison of Pennsyl
vania, sings the same song and so it
goes all down the list The) nro drop
ping out like leaves In October.
Tbc situation Is becoming very much
like that which prevails lu the servant-girl
world superior occupations.
In times of prosperlt .draw away all
the best help leaving for the kitchen
and hold salaries down to low figures
It Is a notable fact that the majority
of the men who have given the best
davs of their life to public affairs are
poor There Is no money In serving
public Interests honest!) Govern
ments ns a rule are hard task masters
and hold salaries down to low figures
There are notable exceptions to this
rule, but the Congressman who has
made monej through his office never
holds his seat long enough to furnish
an example of how to make mono) in
the public service Most men capable
of securing election to the Senate or
House nie aipable of making moio than
$3000 a ear In private business or pro
fessional life If not. the nro not
worth much to their country or their
,,,,,,. ,,,, arc ugally nonen.
ties who live In Washington, attend
Congressional sessions nnd committee
meetings but accomplish nothing.
Small salaries attract small men un
less mm can be found with a private
puree with which to make up the defi
ciency of living expenses and charge
It off to 'honors. ' This matter of ex
pense comes home to Hawaii verj
foiclbly at the present time, when It
practically stands In the vva) of till
Territoiy securing proper representn
tlon In the national leglslntuic The
man who has the private purse cant
get the votes, while the man who could
undoubted!) carry the election and
piovo a thoroiighlv acceptable tepie
sentatlve cannot think of loading him
self with the debts of living expenses
In Washington In order to serve his
countrvmen. The sacrifice- In this In
stance Is more than the coiintljnien
have a right to txpeit
Vokuno .Marshall sajs the Philip.
pines should be granted u Teirltoilaf
form of government with no othei ic
strlctlon on the qiullllcutlons of citi
zenship than ubllltv. to lliientl) lead
and write the English language This
would certainly give the cnigci of school
te.uheis something to do und furnish
an Incentive for Filipinos to do some
thing besides la) lug plans to stab Am
ericans In the back
JULY SMART SliT.
The Smart S t for Jul) opens with a
novelette' b) Ernniil S Van Zlle. en
titled 'Clailss.ru Tiouhlehome Ha by.
u Morv that Is unique In It a situation
as novel ns It Is stilklng nfforus the
author constant oppommlt) for scenes
at once absorbing in tlieli Interest and
bubbling ovei with huinoi I'lom the
first lino to the last "Clailssas Tioir
blesumo Hub)" Is distinctive and de
llglitful, and amnziugl clever
' Among the short stories espeelall)
noteworthy nie Tho Dlscovei) ot
Claudia " a skillful stud) In tempera
ments, b) Marguerite Tiac). After
noon In Anion, ' a modernised Id) II, by
James llrancb Cabell. "Rheaido of the
Gra) E)es," a charming love story
h) Gil) Wetmore Cam I, 'The Ilett)
Sjndlcnte." a koclal satire, b) Ileatilce
Heron-Maxwell, "Tho Vengeamo ot
Mr Livingstone' a corned) of Intrigue,
b) Jusus Miles Forman, "D)lng Fires.'
a powerful story, by Frank Norrls, "In
the l)a)s of Our Egotism," an effectliH
bit of ps)chologIcnl fiction, b)' Douglas
Story, "The Haunted Knocker," a
weird tale, by Edith Sessions Tuppei,
and "Ilchlnd Green I'ortleies," a
wondrous strange nurratlvv, by John
A MIRACLE OF GRACE.
"I dunno how to take Johnson," said
the Georgia voter. "Ho made a speech
ut Kips Cross Roads Tuesday, an'
praised tho Baptists to the skies "
"Well, that's whero they'ro headed
fcr. ain't It?"
' Yes, but next day, at Tomvllle he
swallowed tho I'resb)terlan creed
whole, an' two da) s latei he broke a r 111
In his voice hollerln' with the Metho
dist' Now what du )Oii thing o' that?'
"Well ' replied the listener, "I dunno
what to think, onliss lies ono o' them
fur-icuihlng miracles of griuc that
takes In the wholo business, like tho
whale swallered Jonah!" Atlanta Con
"He has had an Interesting career,
"Well, rather Ho has lidon through
two fin tuncH. three wives and a sanl
tirluin ' Life
Don't worry nbout crossing a brldgo
until )ou como to It not oven If It's
tho llrooklyn llrldgo Puck.
DEIEQATE WILCOX ADVISES
TO OLD HOME RliLEIt NAME
(Continued from Pago 1 )
there Is being so much talk Indulged In
nbout the dark skins ot the Hawnllans?
It is nothing but an attempt to con
found us with tho negroes and thus
gain on the Mainland the prejudice
that Is felt ngnlnst the negro race
These peoplo nro soro because we
are on top nnd because there1 Is n Ha
wall in delegate In CongresB Instead
of I. A Thurston, that keeper of the
Advertiser pig pen. It Is tne same old
still) of glecd.
"llewaie, however, for the 'mission
irles' also Imvo friends In' Washington
wlin will do vv'iia'. they sny. On the
other hand, I would sav stand steady
toi what jou believe tu he right for
vvn too, have our staunch friends In
Drop Name "Republican."
"You will remember that when 1 was
last here I advised )ou to put the word
'Republican' In place of 'Independent
In tho nnmc of our party This 1 dlu
because I had been advised so to ao
h) Influential Republican niembeis of
fongrcss nnd because I seemed to see
In the action some help for us In the
direction of Statehood
"I now stnto to )ou that wo have
man) friends nmong both Republicans
nnd Democrats In Congress, and It
would not do for us to offend either
side I would therefore ndv'lse oii to
return to )our original party name of
'Home Rule Independent," banking on
this name to carry )ou through to vie
"What wo are all looking forward to
Is Statehood, and an)thlng that win
lend toward that end must be helped
nlong b) us Wo will not mind much
nbout the Governor then, foi It will be
the people who will bo paramount. We
will then be nlilo to vote for the I'resl
dent of tlie United Stales If the Re
publicans givo us Statehood, then It
seems to mo that the Hawnllans arc
dut) bound to join the Republican par
t) If. on the olhcr hand, the Demo
eints be the ones, then It seems to me
that we should Join their part) For
the present, however let us remain
the 'Home Rule Independent part)
Klicat applause )
Work of Cayplest.
"I wish to sa) something of the work
of Cnj pleas, the last secretaiy of tho
Senate It was he who. when I was
sic l fought against Carter in the mut
ter of Senate appoitlonment and won
out. hands down He contended foi
five Home Rule and three Republican
Scnuturs for the four) car term, whlln
Carter wanted foul each As )ou
lynow John Drown, Kaohl, Knltie. Kn
lauokulnnl nnd Nnkapaahu were- the
ones chosen for the Home Rule and
Cecil llrown, II. I. llaidwtn anil C L
Cralibe for tho Hepubliean side
"I come home to )ou a sick man
There were ninny who expected that I
would die, but God in Ills kindness did
not wish It so He was not willing
that in) cnunilcH should ut this stage,
have a chance to crow ovei in) dead
' I want to tell ou that a lesoliitlou
was recently Introduced In Congress b)
Senator Mitchell of Oregon by the
terms of which a committee Is empovv
ered to como to Hawaii and Inquire,
Into various matters here One of the
things to be attended to will Tie tho
Justice or otherwise of the removal of
the Queen If things nre lavornblo to
her. the (ommlttee will undouhtedl)
rcconumnd tho payment In n lump
sum of a certain amount of mono). The
matter of the crown lands nud land
mntteis in general win also be Investl
America all Right.
'Let me tell )m t lint Ameilcn Is nil
right and Intends to do thu light thing
b) vou All the tumble Is being cic
ated light here lu uui midst among the
black benitHil peoplo nria)ed against
us TT an) benefits nre to be gained
bv the "Visit of the ommlttee mm Con
mess will thev bo the ones Instrumen
tal In briimlng them about? (Crlci ol
l U .Ml I
"When )ou go home to the people
who uMit )ou, teach every niau wom
an and i hllil the meaning of home rule
of hue of counti) of the rights of the
people nnd light foi rountv und munic
ipal gocrnment, for )ou will uot only
be paving the wn) foi Statehood, but
jou will be gcttlug lights for youi
selves and )ours
"Just see what some of the people of
tho government are doing now. Thoy
nie doing all manner of unlawful
things such as borrowing money on
their own hook and tho like, nnd ex
pect tho next Legislatuio to forglvo
them That won't happen when we
set county and municipal government.
Lave of Country.
"Remember ono fhlng tho other
side, your enemies, have got all kinds
of money, but let flic love of country
that la In the heart of each ono of jou
present be the weapon with which you
fight In the coming cnmpalgn, Just as
It'was in the Inst campaign Go In and
work. Get (wo thirds of the Senato
ind House. If possible, get the wholo
if the Senate nnd then If the Govern
or sets out to veto the County bill, jou
-an pass It In splto of him,- That in
tho big work )OU have befoie you Got
'n and hustlo Prepnio )ou hills In
;ood senbon and then pattern the way
hiii enrrv them through alter tho way
he) do things In tho Congress of tho
Will Drink Milk.
"Now then ns to the homestead
liws Tho ndvlco of thoso with whom
i have talked In Washington Is to
imrnd tho present local laws so that
i man mnj hnvo forty or fifty Instead
if twent) acres allotted to him Twen
y ncres would onl) bo large enough to
also rata on What do )ou want with
cut) or fifty nrres? Well, jan want to
laise milch cows so that you can have
milk to drink Just as the Americans
Wo nie all Americans now and we
ought to drink milk.
Poultry - Supplies
has been used for twenty three jears In tho manufacture of
INCUBATORS AND BROODERS
because It has proven superior to all other kinds. It Is not only true
that Petaluma Incubators and Brooders are made of the best lum
ber In tho world, out every ether article used In their construction
Is of the highest grade, and tl creforo thoso "Standards of tho
World" Incubators and Uroodtro occupy tho same relative position
to all other Incubators nnd Drooders that the mighty California
Redwoods do to other trees.
It Is worth jour while to read In our late catalogue "A Dlt of
Incubator History." You may have a cataloguo (rco by writing
(or It. An Invoice of assorted sizes Just received by the
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Agents (op the Territory of Hawaii
THE HIGHEST GRADE ONLY
THE WORLD'S BEST
Clias, F. Herrick Carriage Co., Limited.
"Let Us Be United."
"Slnce my return, I have seen somo
lili tlon In the ranks ot the Homo Hule
part) M) advlcu to )ou all Is to get convc)od a strip ot 25 acies along tho
together and be one Let nil personal shore, to which the Government modi
Itles be set aside nnd let us pour oil on fled Its condemnation from that of
the trouble d waters, for we have many tho whole (Bland. Tho feo of this
enemies to fight and to do this with strip has been passed over b) the ll
success, wv must present a solid front Ustute for the. consideration ot $.1000
"I must not (orget to mention Sena
tin Teller of Colorado, who Is a
stuuneh supportei ol Hawaii Ho told
me that ir we nlwa) sent n Hawaiian
to CoiigiesB he would give us nil tho
asslstiiuco In bis powei.
"Auuthci mutter tho Adveitlser has
a cm respondent In Washington who
writes back nothing but lies, but then
lie has his oril'TS, and since ho makes
ills bread and butter In this way, wo
must not Ba) too much against tho
'Theio Is nnothcr character In
Wntdilngton a man who gets a big sal
ury I r Jin the planters Ho smiles In
uiir face sa)H nil manner ot nlco
things, and then stabs jou In the back
with a big, long knife, which In this In
stance' Is a long, wagging tongue Real
ly theio are so many 'missionary' rep
urinatives In Washington Hint they
ic beginning to stab each othei
"I urn going to mnko a tilp of tbo
Islands soon to tell our people what to
do. 1 will bo back here In February to
wuicn tne working of tbo Legislature.
God will be with us.
I want you to go homo nnd tell ev-
er)body what wo propose to do. Stand '
staunchly by )our party and fight for
When this speech was over, adjou.V
ment was tuken until 2 o'clock, when
there will bo a big meeting In tho Oj-
.,.,,., . ... , , ,,
lAYALb A UN LAN JS
" -- .-....v-w
(Continued from Pago 1.)
An amlcablo settlement has been
mado by tho Oahu Railway and Land
Company, In Its deeding the right oi
way with reservation of tho privilege
of passing trains.
Tho Dowsott Estate was this morn
Ing paid J2100 for its unexpired leasol
for between 12 and 15 yeors of 48 88
acres, r M. Hatch exchanging tho most total absence of Insanity nmong
deed for a check with Mr Online. negroes. He believes It Is becnuso, be-
The Honolulu Sugar Cu 's claim has''"B novvcr to civilization, tho inco has
long been meiged with that of the ' "ot run through so many different nnd
Honolulu Plantation Co Both sides trllcla' experiences as the white race,
.iro uppcallng Irom he veidict for '
$102,(101) and odd. Mr. Dunno sa)s, I "The Quest of Love" Is a very Inter
however: estlnn story specially written by Ed
'It Is tho expectation and hope of,vthe Lewis Schmltt, one of the well
Admluil Merry that on his reaching ! known contributors to "The Smart
Washington he mny bo able to effect n
settlement that will bo satisfactory to
Chow Ah Fo, claiming In the Hull
wa tract was lound on Investigation to
havo no Interest in tho lands taken A
discontinuance of his case will be
Tho John II Estate should be consld
ered with the Oahu Sugar Co , tho for-
AWARDED GOLD MEDAL
PARIS EXPOSITION, 1900
mer tho fee nnd tho latter the leaso-
hold of Fold's Island In conslder.t
tlon of one dollar tho Oahu Sugar Co,
w (l Irwin s chili., was as a mort
gngeo and so moji,cr that he never ap
peared In court.
Bishop & Co Intel vened as bond
iioiciers ioi tne unnu augnr c."o , out on
the settlement with that corporation
their Interest beenmo so slight that no
fuither embarrassment In that matter
"EVEItYUODY'8" FOB JULY.
To describe mlequntel) "The Woilil'i
Giejt Disasters" Is the task set C.
lli)bim Taylor. In tho July i:ery
bod)'s. He has written In superb st)lo
the stories of the destruction of Pom
pell, the earthquake nt Lisbon, the
passing of l'oit Ito)nl nnd the t ita
cl)sm at Yeddo, pluming the llfii of
these cities ut the moment of destruc
tion. Photographs of the iiilns of St
, .itlrc nccompan) the article. Tho In-
teiest of "A Lost Alt Revived" Is pic-
torlal here .ue lepiudiiccd the I.eonl
Illuminations of thu Declaiatlon of ln-
dependence and the Constitution of the
United States Tho paichmcnts aio set
I off with lino miniatures of the great
men of Revolutionary davs nnd scenes
in the history of America. Donald
Murray, Inventor of tho Postal Tele-
I graph's H)stem of Writing Telegrph)
wrues -nie stiange Story of tlu
Printing Telcgiaph " "Tho Delights of
Salmon Fishing" nre descilbcd by
iChailes Hallock, und finely depicted by
i Dugmorc and other photographers, A
"Revival of Feminine Handicraft," by
Minnie J Re) nobis, describes the new
....,.. . . ,.
uiuve-iiie-uc which promises lo pioviua
general employment for men and wo
men having an artistic sense. There Is
also a capital description of Grand Prix
Day In Paris, telling of the habits and
manners of the French grande monde
on that great occasion, together, of
course, with the toilettes they dlspla)
President G. Stanley Hall of Clark
Vnlyorslty, has been stud)lng the al-
Set," for next Sunday's Bulletin.
Tho mlssionar) bchooner "Carrie and
Annie is making ready to sail for th
South Scub this afternoon.
Coffee leaf Bmoklng Is said to possess
the property of Imparting to tobacco
smokers an Intense dislike for the
flavor of tobacco.
Agents, Broker and Jobber.
W. G. Irwin & Co.
Western Sugar Refinery Company ot
Baldwin Locomotive Works of 1'hlla
delpbla, I'n., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane 8hredder),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:
Parafllnn Paint Co .'a P.& I). Paints and
Papers: Lucol and Linseed Oil,
rnw and boiled.
tndurino (a cold-water paint), In white
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
CASTLES COOKE, Ltd
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co, Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walmca Sugai Mill Co.
The Fulton Iro vVo.ks. St. Louis, Mo.
The Standard LU O
Tho Geo. F. I31ak. .jeeam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance Co.
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
ALEXANDER & BALDWINXtd
H. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Cnstlo First Vice President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vlco Pres.
3, P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. It. Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
4GENTS (or Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co., Haiku Sugar Co., Pala Plan
tation Co., Nahlku Sugar Co.. Klhel
Plantation Cc, Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
Kahulul Railroad Cc,
Wm, G. Irwin & Co
Wm. G. Irwin. .President and Manager
Claus Spreckcls Vice President
W. M. aiffard.. Second Vlco President
II. M. Whitney Jr.....Trcas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross ..Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
IVstifaTsV aVaasBVBBaBBBm. WBxlTaaTa7'
LIFE and FIRE
Insurance - Agents
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
SURANCE CO. OF BOSTON.
AETNA FIRE IN8URANCF. COM
PANY OF HARTFORD.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant. f!n nnnmon an r.n
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co',',
Makee Sugar Co .Haleakala lunch Co.,
ioo naniers- Lano of San Francisco
Packets, Chas. Brower & Co.'s Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS:
O. I. Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Manager; E. F, Bishop.
Treasurer and Socrotary; Col. W, F.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, II, Wo
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO,,
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
General Manager o(
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United States (or tho
OFFICE, Merchant 8treet, Honolulu.
Telephone the EVENING BULLE
TIN, Main 2E6, If you have books to be
made, printing to bo done, etc., etc.,
and wo will call. We have men that
know their business (or that purpose, j
BISHOP & CO.
Btubl Uhed In 18S8.
Transact business (n all department
Collections carefully attended to.
Exchnngo bought nnd sold.
Commercial and Travelers' Letter
of Credit Issued on The Bank o( Cali
fornia and N. M. Ilothschiid & Son
Correspondents The Bank of Cali
fornia, Commercial Banking Co, of
Sydney. Ltd., Landon.
Drafts and cable transfers on China
and Japan through the Hongkong
Shanghai Banking Corporation ant
Chartered Bank of India, Australia and
Interest allowed on term deposits at
tho following rates per annum. tIi:
Seven days' notice, at 2 per cant
i nreo montna, at 3 per cent.
8lx months, at 3 1-2 per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per cent
Act at Trustees under mortgage.
V-jago estates (real and personal).
.Collect rents and dividends.
Valuable papers. Wills. Bonds. '..
received (or safe-keeping.
Auditors for Cornnratinnn nnri Pri
Books examined and reported on.
Statements of Affairs prepared.
TruatAAa nn Tlnnlrnint nt rnan1
OFFICE, 924 BETHEL 8TREET.
DenOlita tocMvbA Mill InlB,..! m.
lowed at 4 1-2 per cent por annum, 1b
accordance With Itlilea anil Damli.
tlons, copies of whlcu may be obtained
FIRE, MARINE LIFE. ACCIDENT
AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY IN
Insurance Office, 924 Bethel Street
Wm. o. Irwin
Clans Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU : : x. H.
an Francisco Agents The Ne
vada National Bank of San Francisco.
an Francisco Tko Nevada N
tlonal Bank of Sam Franciico.
London The Union Bank ol Lob
New York American Bxchanae Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
erlln Drcsdnor Bank.
Honakonn anH ViiAi,,.Ma ct
kong Bbanghal Banking Corporation.
new itnano and Australia Bank
ot New Zealand.
Victoria anH Vinmmu.. n.-i. .
British North America.
deposits received. Loans made on
approved aocurity. Commercial and
Travelers' Crcdlta Issued. BUls ol Ex.
change bought and sold.
collections Promptly Accounted For
Pioneer Building and Loan
ASSETS, JUNE So, 1901, t80.04J.a7.
Moaey loaned on approvea securltv.
A Saving Bank (or monthly deposits.
HOUSba built nn tho mimlM. i ii
Twenty-third Series of Stock Is nun
OFFICEnsr t. w.T.. .
dent; A. A. Wilder! Vlca PreaMont.
Secretary' "" ' V' Gt"'
DIRECTOIIS - J. L. McLean. A,
A. Wilder, A. V. Gear. C. B. Gray,
J. D. Holt, A. W. Koeca. J. A. Lyi
JrH J. M. Little, ir. S. Boyd.
A. V. GEAR,
Offlco noara; II: so 1:30 p. m
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Ten Z4.000.000
ram up capital Yen 18.000,000
Reserved Fund Yen 8,710,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA
, T.he ?P.k '"'y8 and receives (or col-
leCtlOn lfllla Ctt Kvi.ll.nir. I.,.A. r, .
and Letters o( Credit, and transacts a
auuuiai uaUKiag DUBinetS.
in 1 CHH.3T ALLOWED.
For 12 months
For 6 months
For s months
Branch o( tho Yokohama Specie Bark.
New Republic Bid., lh Kinp Slree
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
60 CENTS EACH
On sal. at office ot . . .
THE a a .
All Lovers ol the Sport
are requested to register their
Stato or Territory at the
Honolulu Bowling Parlors
YiMury, Secondary or Tertiary Olood Poisuu
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