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HVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T FRIDAY. JULY 18, 1902,
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JILY 18, 190.'
The outlook for the Congiessional
campaign on the Mainland offers no
argument for sending n Democratic
Delegate from Hawaii.
The independence Idea Is sprcadlii:.
Kscn the Theosophltrs appear to have
taken it up on somewhat tho sans
plane as the politician".
A government that will do tho bus.1
cess promptly and as desired Is what
the people want. Our present form of
government docs not nnd ncwr has
filled the bill
It now remaliiH to be seen whether
Delegate Wilcox can cnrr an election
"all by his lonely." If he does It, we
must either credit the Delegate villi
being a ery capable man, or put his
opponents down as being n pack of
children who don't know how to tin
pruse an opportunity when easily wltn
In their grasp.
municipal government finds Its chief
motive power in the circles of political
grafters. It Is not true that municipal
government foreshadows the running
of tho present Territorial machinery
full blast nnd more "local self.go em
inent" machinery piled on top of It.
Tho Advertiser knows thfs. Every
man In tho Territory who has given tho
least thought to the question knows It
County nnd munklp.il government
means the transfer of public business.
now centered In the capital building at
Honolulu to the several towns, cities
nnd districts of the Islands. It means
the displacement of bulky and unwieldy
nnd therefore Incompetent machinery
by a sj stem c.ipablc of piompt action
and not forever dependent upon lack
of foresight of a Legislature that
meets biennially or subject to tho
shortcomings of a possible Incompetent
In support of a continuation of pres
ent conditions it Is claimed thnt our
present government Is honest nnd com
petcnt Admitting tho honesty, the
competence Is not to be found. The
actual incompetency Is In ovidence hero
In Honolulu today. Had this city nil
Independent government, the .blockade
in public work would be next to Impos
slble, certainly Improbable. Merchant
on Fort street for Instance would not
have to await tho "next Leglslatuir'
before securing street Improvements,
which they require. The same Is true
of every section of the city.
Under the present system of govern
ment, the tnxpu)er does not get value
received. Given n thoroughly compe
tent Legislature nnd an honest execu
tive, the biennial attention to public
business Is characterized by sharp com
petition between different districts anil
Islands on matters of small local de
tail properly within tho pros In oi
each locnllt) to decide upon ami pay
for. This competition repeatedl) gives
rise to fnllutc to satisfy the necessities
of any section, progress Is thereby re
tarded, with no promise or leasonublc
prospect that tho "next Legislating'
will do any better.
Our present form of government
might well bo compared to a corpoin
tlon controlling a hundred beparate es
tablishments whose stockholders meel
once In two years, nppropilnte specific
funds which the directors can pay out
during the period, and demand that
their malingers Bhall obtain authority
Virginia's new- constitution Is giving
old time politicians of the State a grejt
deal of worry Having eliminated tho
negro, problem from politics, tho voter
will bo guided by common senso raid
er than prejudice. Throughout Lit!
South, this means a geneinl tendency
towards sanctioning the Republican
policy of protection. When freed from
its prejudices, tho South, with Its dc
cloplng Industries, la one of the strou
Cest protection sections of tho countiy.
Returns trom the Income tax will be
less this year because of huid times
nnd the ability of heavy financiers to
make a poorei showing Tin salaried
man, however, who Just comes within
the limit, pays the same quota, tho.igh
his ability to pay life tax Is decreased
through the advancing expenso of llv
Ing. In its piesent form tho Income
tax Is the most unjust burden ever
foisted upon an American community
It strikes hardest upon a class of citi
zens least able to pay,
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
What the Uulletln calls "local self
government" means giving the people
ii more costly system of rule thnn they
need or are no able to pay for Ad
vertiser. Additional cost has ever been the ur
eumtnt offered by those opposed to tho
decentralization of our government, yet
they have jet to show where the In
creased cost will coma in. In a gen
eial way a vague or Indirect reference
is made to the manipulations of the
"politician" out for the "graft," prej
lug upon thc-treasury. A municipality
Is plctuied as the machinery of corrup
tion. I'm ther tlTort is made to makn
it uppcar that the present Territorial
expense will continue and a municipal
government means Just so much morn
expenso added to tho present bmdeus
of tho taxpayer.
If the original premise stated by
these opponents were truo their con
elusions would bo Justified. Tho propo
sltlons, howover. aiu so fur removed
from the common sense fact us to givo
rlso to a questioning of motives that
prompt the sponsors for such dcclara
tlons. Their contentions savor of a
struggle to ralso a man of straw- to
create fears In the heart of the taxpayer
and thus prevent him from fair con
sideration of the merits.
It is not true that county and muni
cipal government will double taxation
It is not true that the sentiment for
from the dlrectois to olive u nail or
set a pane of glass. Should the stock
holders full to provide for unforeseen
details of development or icpalr. tho
several establishments must make tho
best of it, unljj the "next session." No
business ninn would presume to conduct
a corporation on the lines of our pies
ent ponderous form of government. It
is expensive both ns regards the amount
of money expended and the character-
of the return for coin paid out'.
Municipal government Is nut n good
lazy man's government. It means work
and an active Intel est In public uffulis
by every honest citizen. It Is not,
however. In theoiy or piuctlce u burden
upon tho taxpayer It Is lesponslvc
to public sentiment and leaves the way
open for every city or hamlet to move
forward promptly and according to IN
which would bo regarded br dangeio is
had tho Klkln faction won. Tho noint
nation of John 1. EIMn would hno
jeopardized seven or eight Congros
slonal districts and endangered tho
election of a Republican Legislature
which must choose a successor to Sen
Tho fear of Etkln was based upon Ills
connection with tho ndmlnlstrntlon el
Governor Stone, which was discredit
ed, Tho best political Judgment was
that Elkln's nomination might easily
have cost a Senator In addition to,t'm
seven or eight districts. '
Senator Quay saw tho danger, knew
he would be held responsible for nny
Democratic gains, which might lose
the House of Representatives, and so
ho declnrcd ngatnst Elkln, nlthough he
wns thought to favor the latter's candl
ilncy. Defeat would moan n loss of in
tlonnl prestige, but the result has been
satisfactory, and Senator Quay himself
will manage tho State campaign
There Is danger of the loss of two or
throe districts ns n result of the siller-
lug nnd discontent caused by tho coal
strike, but that may be settled In am
ple tlmo to redeem those districts.
Apart from tho confidence caused by
tho prospects In Pennsylvania, there la
strong reason for growing Republican
hopes In the mnttcr of political issues
and political conditions.
Tho Democrats hnve, from the begin
ntng of the present session, been htiV
ing for campaign material and groping
for an Issue. Imperialism has been
practically abandoned becnuso it was
doing more harm than good. The gen
eral attack upon tho army and the ap
plication of tho epithets of "butcher,'
"Infamous brutes," "murderers" an 1
tho like to officers nnd soldiers of the
army havo been linrmful to Democratic
prospects. There has been absolutely
no public tesponso to their designat
ing members of the McKlnley Admin
Istratlon ns participants In an "Inlu
Then the election of two Republican
Representatives In Congress from Oro-
gon by Increased majorities, where tho
tctcntlon of the Philippines nnd tho nd
mlnlstrntlon of nffa'ils in the nrchlpel
ngo were Immediately at Issue, r.ns
dona much to cause the abandonment
ol nn Issuo which was unpatriotic an 1
therefore untenable. They wero com
pelled to follow- tho "advice of ouch
Democrats as David 11. Hill nnd Arthur
P. Gorman, who arc striving Tor Dem
Senator Dalley, of Texas, who Is r.w
agnized by ills Republican colleagues
as a man of gicat ability and or :ou
sldernblo capacity for leadership, -ins
sought to aid his party in formulailn;;
nn Issue hut without success.
The "trust" issue offers no promise
for tho Democints in view of tho clstrr
mined attitude of President lloosuvi It
Poultry - Supplies
bas'been used for twenty-three years In tho manufacture of
INCUBATORS AND BROODERS
becnuso 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, Hut every other article used In their construction
Is of the highest grade, nnd therefore these "Standards of the
World" Incubators and Brooders occupy tho same relative. position
to all other Incubators and Brooders that the mighty California
Redwoods do to other trees.
It Is worth your whllo to rtad In our lato catalogue "A Bit of
Incubator History." You may have n catalogue free by writing
for it. An invoice of assorted sizes Just receded by the
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Agents fop the Territory of Hawaii
Agents, Broker and Jobber.
W. G. Irwin & Co.
Western Sugar Refinery Company ot
Baldwin Locomottvo Works of Phila
delphia. Pa.. U. 8. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), New York, U.S.A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.' Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross & Sons' hlghgrado Ferti
lizers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
Parafllne Paint Coa P.& B. Paints and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed OH,
rant btiH hntlArl. 1
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), In white on application
find rnlnrfl. 1
Filter Pros Clothes, Cement, Lime and i
and Trust Co.
OF HAWAII, LTD.
President Cecil Brown
Vice President M. P. Robinson
Cashier W. Q. Cooper
Ortlce: Corner Fort anil King 8H.
8AVINQS DEP0SIT8 received an J
Interest allowed for yearly deposits at
tho rate of 4 1-2 per cent per annum.
Rules and regulations furnished up-
CASTLES COOKE, Ltd!
BISHOP & CO
n.tbllhed In 1888.
! BANKING DEPARTMENT
I Transact business In all department
I or Hanking.
I Collections carefully attended to.
p..... rnlr, "Change bought and sold.
Slldar rdClQlS ' Commercial and Travelers' Letters
Tho Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua-Agrlcultural Co
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walmea Sugai Mill Co.
The Fulton Iro Wo. kg. St, Louli, Mo.
The Standard 111 C
The Geo. F. Blak ceam Pump.
I or urecm issued on The Bank ol Cali
fornia and N. M. Rothschild & Bon..
Correspondent The Bank of Cali
fornia, Commercial Banking Co. of
Sydney, Ltd., Lndon.
Drafts and cable tronetera on China
and Japan through the Hongkong A
, Shanghai Banking Corporation an
Chartered Bank ot India, Australia and
Interest allowed on term deposit at
The New England Life Insurance Co. I the"roifowing ration num. Vli
Af llnnlnn . .
seven aayr notice, at 2 per cent
B rijef ...
AWARDED GOLD MEDAL
Tho nou arrival of a ship these davs
gives rlau to as many differences of
opinion us the old tlmo Governor! nip
question. It will bu a big iellcf to 11.)
nail when tho cable puts It In conuec
tlon with the outsldo world and jlvcf
the people new lines ot thought.
Wnshlngton, Juno 13 Day b !.
Republican confidence) In the outcome
of the coming Congressional euinpilmi
is Increasing. There Is now eveij r-
pcctutlon on tho part of Chnli r.i in
Uabuick, Seuetnry Oieistieet Repin
seuatlvc Hull and other campaign nut,
agers that the Republican pnitv will
continue in contiol of the llniihe.
Three or tour weeks ago, It must l,o
confessed, tho RrpuhlliniiH wcr'
doubtful and almost nppipheusiiis.
Tho Democrats wero innMiig ninny
claims and boasting of thcli ablllt) M
sweep tho Republicans fiom contiol of
111 House. They wero oiganlzing fur
tho campaign, laying gieat stress upon
their "successful" plans for haimony.
and confident that they would have nil
unlimited supply of war funils,
Now, although tbero Is nn taking
back of claims mado so Jauntily, tlip
Democrats are less boastful anil iths
frequently do thuy taunt Republic itn
friends about tho outlook.
Tho result of tho Republican con
ventlon In Pcnnsvlvnnla has had mora
effect upon Republican confldenco than
any civent In soma time. The decUivo
victory gained by Senator Quay In
naming a candidate of the standing;
and character of Judge Pennypacker Is
held to make certain tho carrying of a
number of Pennsylvania districts
nnd his Administration In fighting tho
I ood Trust. Tho Democrats nro hop.!
fill of accomplishing something
tiirougu tiioir pioposcu attack upon
the tariff, but the Republicans hnve no
fenr of that, unil almost welcome su.h
Current developments In tho Cuban
matter give some of them hope, but It
does not uppcar as if nuvthlug rcnllv
tangible can result.
Let us look at the mathematical sldn
of the rongiesslo.ini outlook. Little
food for confidence on the Democratic
side Is nppircnt there In tho b -ginning,
In weighing election chances nl
lownnce must nlwnvs bo mado for tho
Democratic South. In the next Houso
thcro will be 3SC rcpiesentatlvc-s, nn
Increase of twenty nine over the pres
ent House, due to the rcnppoitlonmctK
Of these additional members, ten will
come from the South and nineteen
fiom the North. Colorado gains nuo
Congiessiiinii. It Ib tho only Northern
Statu that went for Ilivnn In 1900 tl-at
gains a tepiesenlattvo.
The Republican prospects In Colo
rnilo me brighter than they havo been
In vcurs. Hut it Is not necessary to
count on nny gain In Coloiudo. That
might bo rainbow- chasing. West Vli-
glnln. now- n solid Republican State,
offsets any posslbto gain In Colorado
by having five Instead of four reprc
scntatlves In the next House.
The Republican majority In the pros
cnt House Is from 3n to 40, If alio v
aucu bo made for members of uncer
tain classification. At tho lenst, to
gain a bare control of tho next Home,
tho Democrats must gain thlity eight
scats In tho coming elections. Wlieire
aro thev to comu?
1'ioni the South, Including Mlssuuil
and uxi hiding West Virginia and Dom
ware, the next Huuso will hnvo 1,11
inembeiH Tho lucent Holme now lias
fifteen Republican incmhuis, ns rot
Ions North Carolina, two; .Man
Intnl. six, Kentucky, three; .Missouri,
two; Tc nnehseo, two.
The Republicans mny losci n liieni
bet fiom Mlbsouil becailho ol the D.jiii
ocratlc goirvmuiidui. In tho last lee
Ulon the Mlssoutl Republliuns c.isl
314.0HU and tho Democrats Hdi.OiM
votes. It seems ns if tho latter num
ber will bo repiesented by fifteen
members and tho former by one. I,ut
serrjinaiiilors mu often disappointing
and tho Democrats muy lose one or
In Kentucky tho Republicans may
lose two illBti lets, but aro hopeful lit
holding the thico they now hnvo.Theic
will bo Republican losses by rciuon
of disfranchisement In other Southern
States, Tho posslblo total Is uoxv
reckoned at seven or eight nt mosl
Consequently a fair estimate Jitst uo,v
would concede to tho Democrnts from
103 to 124 seats In tho South -is .1
That Is a good start. Yet It nuUes
It Imperative upon the Democratic
Commltteo to carry C9 or TO dlsttlels
In the North If they aro to get a ma
Jorlty of tho House. There aiu In the
THE HIGHEST GRADE ONLY
THE WORLD'S BEST
Clias. F. Herrick Carriage Co., Limited.
present House 48 Northern Democrnts,
so a gain of 22 Is necessary,
Nvv Dnglund does not offer encour
agement to tho Demounts. They u uy
lose tho Lowell-Lawrence district In
.Massachusetts, which went Democratic
In 1UU0. A now Boston district is vorj
close Tho Democrats havo for two
terms elected n Democrat from '.ho
Worcester district because) of Ilepiili
llcuu factionalism, but It looks as if
Senator Hour's son Rockwood, who has
been successful in Wouester politics
and Is exceedingly popular, muy tairv
Uvea nl the worst outlook the Dem
ocrats might get four Democrats In
Massachusetts, but they nru more
likely to havo only two, or to hold IIkIc
present three, which would be a Id)
nubile an gain of one, as thcTe will be
one additional district In Massachu
setts iu tho next Congress.
The additional member In Connect!
cut will bo elected nt large. The Dem
ocrats will endeavor to cany the Now
Haven district, nlthough two years ugn
the Republicans cairlcd It by a major
ity of almost 5.000.
New Yoik Stato has three new dis
trlcts. Tho Republicans count up
Tho Republicans rcnlko that they can
r.Lt win unless they make a hard fight,
lilt every plan for tho campaign con
templates ns much aggressiveness .tn
If they wero leading n forlorn hope.
Hvery doubtful district iu every sec
tlon of tho country will be fought for
With such energy and bucIi detonnlru
tlon It docs seem as If Republican op
tnnlsm wero fully warranted.
The Aetna Fire In. Co. ot Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. ot London. I
Three months, at 3 Der cenL
Six month, at 3 1-2 per cant.
Twelve month, at 4 per cent.
Act a Trustees under mortgage,
y-jagcl estates (real nnd personal).
Collect rents and dividends.
Valuable papers. Wills, Bonds, eta,
received for safe-keeping.
II. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle First Vice President' Auditors for Corporations and Prl.
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Pros. ' rate Firms.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer I Book examined and reported on.
W. O. Smith Secretary' Statements ot Affair prepared.
Geo. R. Carter Auditor I Trustees on Bankrupt or Insolvent
War Vtrtnrc and ' office, bz bethel street.
angar nctors ana , SAViNGS pcpartiyifnt
..I DflPBll received and Interest al-
CfllflnHCtHnn AtrfiiliS ,owe1 at 2 per ccnt Der flnnuni, in
WUU11UI991UU AgClUS 'accordance with Rules and Regula
tions, copies of whlci. may bo obtained
FIRE, MARINE LIFE, ACCIDENT
AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY IN
Insurance Office, 924 Bethel Street.
Wm. Q. Irwin
AGENTS for 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. O. Irwin.. President and Manager I
Claus Spreckels Vice President
W. M. Qlffard.. Second Vice President
H. M. Whitney Jr.....Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AOENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
A Boon to Plantation
EVERY MAN HK OWN DOCTOR
JUST RECEIVED another shipment
of JNO. POTTIE & SON'S CELEBRA
TED AUSTRALIAN HORSE, CATTLE
SHEEP SWINE and POULTRY REM
EDIES. A list of the medicines car
rlcd In stock:
Scotllth Oils, Saothlni-Olla While OIL. Black
Oil., dltnca rn Oils. OolJen Oils, Lily Hair Oil,
I White Call Salve. Creen Lutien. Hrown Lotion,
Manire I Inlinent. Manire Ollf Manr and Tick 1)1
1 1 . llullocks.Whlle Omtfnent.GolJtn Olnlm.m. Black
., OH, Hoof Polish, all colors. Illl-lm Ol these
wv m.-ilf) a laroa tie niMrf!fnl Tti rhlatf rl Mull
tlllee dlStllctU In NOW VllllC City. Tlin Setlm Blister, Newmarket Bllitei. OolJen Hone
... mister, caniiunaintf unsrer loaine uiisttr, cie:tnc
----- ,i, !t,.r ,.ni.i,n.,, ,i,,,.r.,.an.,,r ,u iirn...
l ,'"V -t,,ji , v.. I itiy, ,", v.pi III vanny, ouccf
' and Wool Soaps, for Vermlne, In variety, fiye Lotion
Democi.its now hope to, capture
dlstilct Which Montague l.essler lep .Sos-MeJlcaleJ Je, y Soars, assorteJ In rrlte,
, )oe Soars In variety. Horse Soaps rn variety, Sheep
ILSCllts. ' and Wool Soaps, forvermlne.lnvarlely. live Lotion
They Clulm they can cniry all OUt nd Oinlmenl-y tp dally ol treat value Cancer
,: . , . , ,, , , ., , , HemeJies the bestlntre m.rktt Quernsland Manse
CIO dlstilct In Illooklyn. DrooUlJU i P, srrcUHv Col c anJ Orlpe Drink, dark
mivv Imu in ''nTii.riutttnmi n( whiini BlooJ Tonic Drink Couph Mixture Drink, Luni;
now mis nvo congressmen, oi vviiiuii ...... r .... w n-. .-
thico nro Democrats. Brooklyn gets
an additional CongicHsmnu. Tho Re
publicans are confident of electing
thico Republicans In thnt borough, nnd
ccitulu to hold the rural Long Isluul
dlstilct Uicioklvii, Mnnhnttan uun
tliu llioux boioiighs vUll muKo ll
In New Jiirsoy thero nro two nuvv
dluttlcts. Tho Republicans expect to
cuiry ut least nno of thesu nnd to holi
tho bents now lopresonted by Republl
caus. Tho outlook In Ohio, Iudlaua,
Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, No
brusku unil In tliu trans-Mlsslssljipi
States is thought very encoui aging for
tliu Republicans. No losses nro ex
Representative Cannon Insists that
Balm Drink Tern Drench Drlrk, Worm Drench, for
Horses ruri!Atie uren:n. condition i-owiirs, alter
ative Powde'g I 'rlne Powders, Blood Powders. Worm
PovtJers, Astringent PowJers, At Powders. Stomach
Pwd rs, Nervine Powders Couch Powders, Purga
tive Powfers, Lftsen'ary I'uwdtrs, Anthrax and
Ulood Poison Powders
FOR SALE BY
C. W. MACFARLANE,
Vnhlnton Light Co.
Honolulu, July 1-1, lDifc.
Certificates of Awards mndo by the
Fire ClalniB Commission for losses 'In
currcd In tho suppression of Rubor.lc
Plague in 1899 and 1900 will be ready
tho Republicans will gain four sen-s !n for dlstilbutlon to Attorneys of Hecoid,
Illinois. They may loso two or three at the offlco of tho Commission at tht
districts In Pennsylvania and possibly .Executlvo building, on Tuesday, July
two or thico In Maryland. Tho Muiy-
land disfranchisement law handicaps
It appears, then, that a careful sciii
tiny of tho figures gives tho Demociils
no mora liopo Uiun do "tho Issues,"!
IS, 1902, nt 9 o'clock a. m.
Ily order of tho Commission,
J. m. mens,
Crork Flro Claims Commission,
F. W. MACFARLANE, chairman.
Clans Spreckels & Co.
.HONOLULU : t X. H.
in Francisco Agent The Na
rad National Bank of San Francisco,
in Francisco The Nevada Nn
lional Bank of Sis Francisco.
London The Union Bank ol Lob
I don, Ltd.
New York American Exchange Na
I Chlciflo Merchants' National Bank.
Pari Credit Lyonnal.
Berlin Dresdner Bank.
Honflkonu and Yokohama Hont
I kong-Bnangha! Banking, Corporation.
' New Zealand and Australia Bans
ot New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank oj
British North America.
Deposit received. Loan made oa
approved aecurlty. Commercial aat)
, Traveler' Credit issued. BUI of Ex-
change bought and sold.
I Collection Promptly Accounted For
j Pioneer Building and Loai
ASSETS, JUNE 8U, 1901, 180,041.87.
Moaey loaned on approved security.
A Bavlng; Bank for monthly deposit.
NEW ENQLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN-imentplan. 7
SURANCE CO. OF BOSTON. , Twenty-third Series of Stock 1 now
AETNA FIRE INSURANCE COM-i . OFFICERS-J. L. McLean, Pre!
PANY, OF HARTFORD. n A X A' Waef. Vice President;
lj. u. uiujr, .treasurer; A. V. Hear,
. ... . . .. - T W T I..1- , n . w
vueen street, nonoiuiu, t. M, " " " """, if. o. uoya.
'r-w w rrrrvrt sTetrrrn'i
LIFE and FIRE
Insurance - Agents
C. Brewer & Co., lilJv.'dr
, J. D. Holt, A. W. Keech, J. A.
Queen Street. Hnn.-iliiln. T. M. -T-. J. M. Little, ki. R. TnvA.
. V. OEAR,
12:301:30 p. m.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
A.gont8 lor Office noun:
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookalal
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co.. Wnlluku Sucar i'.a..
jutKce sugar uo .Italeakala Ranch Co. limited.
The Planters' Line of San Francisco .
Packets, Chas. Brewer & Co.'s Line of , Subscribed Capital.... Ten 14,000 00"
Boston Packets. Paid Up Capital Yen 18 000 000
LI8T OF OFFICERS: I Reserved Fund Yen 8,710 OOn
C. M. Cooko, President: George HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop Tue Bahk buys and receive for col
Treasurer and Secrotary; Col. W. F. 'Won Dills of Exchange, Issues Draft
Allen, Auditor; P, C. Jones, H. Wa-iand Le"ors of Credit, and transact a
terbouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors 8enora' banking business.
1 INTEREST ALLOwnn
' On Fixed per r.n
""-J.' .. Per nnum.
For 12 months 4
For 6 month sj
For 3 month j
Branch of tho Yokohama Specie Bank,
New Republic Bid., 11. King Stree
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO..
Tho Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
Uundiy Dulktln, $1.25 per ytar.
Ml Lovers o! the Sport
are requested to register their
State or Territory at tho
Honolulu Bowling Parlors