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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T., MONDAY. AfOl'ST 11. 1902.
fubllshed Every Day Except Sunday,
at 120 King Street, Honolulu,
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WALLACE It. FAHRINQTON.. Editor
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Per month, any where In U. S. ..$ "t
Per Quarter, anywhere In U. 3.. 2.0V
Per year, anjwhcio In U. S 8.00
Per year, postpaid, foreign 11.00
Six montb $
Per year, anj whore In U. S 1.00
Ter year, postpaid, foreign 1.50
Poitofflco Box 718
A I Or.ST 11. 1901.
The Met chants' Association must
have been born under a lucky star
The success of Us first fair stacd by
wen to the sale of left over innleilal,
The victory of swipes over beer was
celebrated In the Kukoako district In
n way that leaves little doubt about
the temperance qualities of a puiu beer.
The Hllo man who sold his place In
a line of land buyers for $350 may live
to tell his children of the foittme ho
sacrificed by giving up a chance out ot
which another made a fortune.
Delegate Wilcox's organ states that
he does not want the Pilncc Cupid par
ty vote or the Democratic vote, l-'rom
present Indications next November
will show that the Delegate has not
cinched the Home Utile vote.
Bishop Itestarlck's flist words to his
new charge ate worthy the careful
perusal of churchmen of all denomina
tions. Hawaii's new Episcopal Ilishop
preaches the religion which Is meant
for every day life, rather than theories
of the pulpit to be put on and off with
which they have taken up the task ol
organization and canvass for voters
commends them to the men who can
nppieolate the value of organization
The only reward asked for this work
Is representation on the legislative
ticket of the Republican party. And
there Is every teason why they should
have It. l'oituguese-Amei leans linvo
representative men In every reputable
line of business and every profession.
Their good character, their Integrity
has become so well established that the
Portuguese are looked to now as the
have been In the past for material as
sistance In gaining for the Teirltory
the steady development In nil ngrleul
tural pursuits which Is necessary to
Insure our future progies. They nie
Jionio bulldcis and home lovers. Such
caliber is ceitainly needed In legisla
tive councils, and candidates of the
standing which the Portuguese can
place In the field will attract the voles
of all citizens of prosiesslve Intelli
gence. ECKMAN PLEASED.
The El l'aso (Teas) News of July
15th has tlto following:
lthur Eckman, son of J. . Leh
man, writes Homo from nonoiuiu mai
he was shown a royal time In that rrity
nnd vicinity by Sbrlners and thir
fumilles, attesting to the advantngs
of being even a sou or a member or n
good ffaternnl order.
The chief engineer of the steamer
City of Peking, on which Arthur sailed
to Honolulu Is ii Sbrlner and he took
Arthur In his care until he bad mailo
him acquainted with a large number
or the most Inlluentlal Sbrlners In
Honolulu, whom he told be wns ten
roster rather or Aithur and he wonted
them to lie good to him.
"They were certainly good to me.'
writes Arthur. The sons or Sbrlners
took him In hand and he said when bo
wiotc that he was engaged for ten
days ahead with the young people to
be their guest and have a good time.
Ileiug nppitclatlve of the courtoalci
shown him he writes his father t-
please wilte letters of thanks to those
who assisted In making bis stay In
He sailed lor San Francisco laM
week ami will lemaln at Santa Cata
Una until September.
When Director Smith sucieeds. as he
eventually will. In making the fields or
the small farmers more productive by
his campaign against the Insect pests
that attack their crops, the people will
begin to realize that the noik ot na
tional experiment stations has its In
tensely practical side.
BATHERS AT TROUVILLE.
The women who Intend to go 'ntj
the water or to wear retching bathlnir
costumes at a sare distance fiom the
waves, dress In their own looms and
Issue cloaked nnd hatted and follpvved
by maids, Tbo maid Is an essential
reatuie or tho scenic erTect. She cir
iles anything that may be needed an J
then she gives cachet to her mistress.
There Is a theory that she represents
the piopeitles. It is quite Improper to
go to Ihe bench without a maid, anS so
eveiy l'ailslenne, no matter how lurid
her leputatlon or how startling her at
the, goes bcachward with her maid
trotting demurely at her heels.
On tho bencjt, tho crowd separates
luto three distinct lines or lajcra,
Down on the wet sand, near the creep
Ing roam arc folk who Intend goln
In. Higher up, quite out of reach of
the water, nie the women who have
donned tbo most elaborate and coquet
tish ot bathing costumes nnd would
shriek at the Idea or exposing the cher
ished gniments to salt water. Still far
ther back nie the piomenadeis, men
and women who have come down
meiely to see the show and meet each
other. As for the actual bathers, ono
does not sec them at all. The close
row or bathing machines or eais rang
ed along tho shallow water orToctuallv
shuts olT rrom view every one In tbo
water, and to see that group one must
go Into the water one's seir.
Illght here, the conservative Ameri
can bather Is likely to receive a shock
other than that given by his (lrst
plunge Into tho water. Some conven
tional and serviceable bathing suits
are worn, but It Is a very common
thing far the Frenchwoman to bathe la
tights and trunks such ns are worn by
the men. SVc wenrs them only In ths
water and the thing Is not quite as
bad as it sounds, ror tbo use of tho
bathing machine does nway with ui-y
spectacular exhibition. Even thos?
women who wear the skirt nnd blouo
suits wear tights In place of the bloom
ers accepted on this side of the water.
D.uk tights made In one with tho
stockings are used and are unquestlon
ably more eomfoi table than the garter
ed stockings and fdll bloomer. Every
Sizes and shapes adopted by
tho Society of American Flor
ists. Standard Pots from 7-Inch up
have Patent Excelsior Bottom,
which Insures Perfect Drainage.
A largo Invoice Just to hand
c S. 8. "Novation."
STANDARD FLOWER POTS
FERN DISH LINERS
SAUCERS, ETC, ETC.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD,
and Trust Go.
OF HAWAII, LTD.
Esldent v . . . . . .Cecil Bro-Mn
Vice President... M. P. Robinson
Cashier W. Q, Cooper
Office: Corner Fort nml King Stt.
SAVINGS DEPOSITS received anJ
Interest ntlowed for yearly deposits at
the rate of 4 1-2-per cent per annum.
Holes and regulations furnished up
Agents, Broken and Jobbers.
W, G. Irwin & Co,
BISHOP & CO
B.tabllnhed In I8SS.
Western Sugar Refinery Company o!
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Phila
delphia, 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' high-grade Peril
i llzers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe .Covering.
ALSO OFFElUFOR SALE:
Paraffins Paint Co.' P.& B. Paints and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), In white
i and colors.
i Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
ZrLBB. CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd
Maul's declaration for A. N. Kepol
knl as Hepubllcan candidate for Dele
gate gives the political managers some
thing to think ot. A good natuied mu
test umong in Ions districts or tho
Territory to curry on" the prize stirs up
political Interest, stienglhens the oi
gnnlatlou and shows that the patty Is
not as baid up tor candidates us many
are Inclined to believe.
GOLF AT MOANALUA.
In the gnir piny between the UnltoJ
States and (It cat Britain Saturda) Inst
the latter won by seven holes. Sin
clair bested Dole for four nnd Jamie
son raided Haloid OIRaril lor Unco
boles. The scoie was as follows:
U. S. Great Britain.
Richard Cooke .0 vs. I). W. Anderson.!)
Harold niffaid .0 vs. M. It. Jainieson.:!
Cling. II. Dole... 0 vs. II. B. Sinclair. .. I
W. M. Olrrnnl ..il vs. Don. Mrlntyru.il
W. M. (lirfard . .o vs. Don. Mclntyro.O
The promise that ex-Senator Tliius
ton will fuvor the Terrltoiy with a
few campaign speeches (luring his
visit heie with the Senntoilal Com
mission Is good news for Republican
mauageis. Thurston Is one of the most
vigorous campaigners or the Stale
and his local lemurks ought to mean
the conveislon or a good number ot
voters now In the doubtful column.
next there will bo a
Boston, June 2i5. (Special) The
Massachusetts Instiiancu Department
today lecelved a lengthy opinion tiom
AfSlstant Attorney General Nash, In
wl.lch he cites that credit must be al
ii wed lor accrued Interest on Ilea,
end nccoidlng to his Interpretation tru
Department will be required to eietllt
the companies that bavu ndopted tli
policy Hen expedient with additional
assets to the extent or $La!,000 In Ihe
case or tbo Mutual Reserve, $52,UU0 In
(hat or tho Provident Savings T.id
$fi,UU0 or the Secuilly Mutual. Tuo
whole text Is a dibtlmt setback to Him
Depaitmetit, which held otherwi.e.
and sas In effect tnt the Commis
sioner Is not concerned as (o what -v
lent a company may carry Its assets In
Ihe form of a setoff against Its poll' y
liability, adding that the LeglslaMiio
bad never set a limit to secured policy
AWARDED GOLD MEDAL
PARIS EXPOSITION, 1900
match between the Scotchmen nnd lio loans. Journal of Commeico and Cora
Kest of tho World. The latter w III b. 'ineiclal Bulletin. New York.
captained by C. S. Dole, whllo D. W.
Anderson will lead the Scotchmen.
The uet club competition match
commoni es August it.
For baby carriages and sewing ma
chines and stoves nnd safes, call on
Hotfschlacger Co., Ltd.
THE P0RTUUUI18E VOTB.
Political organization that Is being
carried on by the active men of thu
Portuguese colony is of u cluiacter
that must attract the atleuilon and I
deserving the favorable consideration
of Republican leaden. The main Idea
of the Portuguese political club as
shown by the counsel of Its leading
lights In public speeches Is to arouse
I'nrttigueKe-Ameiican voters and those
able to qualiy as voters, to ener
getic paitlcipallon In public a flu I is.
Theso citizens are called upon to exer
cise their full rights of cltizenshlp.mak'e
their Interests ono with the community
In which they live, and by bioadenlng
their scope or action aid in bilnglng
the udmlnlstrntlon or public affairs
Into channels ot business common
sense and civic decency.
At the present time tho Portiigueh
constitute one or the smallest numeri
cal forces In the Terrltoiy. l.eudcis of
the political club estimate their voting
strength on this Island to be In the
neighborhood of 3U0. The plan of' or
ganization, the energy of the young
men and the cluiacter of tho homes
repiesented by these three bundled
voters mako them a factor which
should not be slighted. Thiee hundred
voters leady to put their shoulders to
the wheels of progiess; thiee hundred
voters repicsenHng a frugal, hard
working class of people and homes ot
.i host ,-liaracter ought not to bo
treated with sympathetic Indifference.
The community which can point to a
piosperous, contented working class
has succeeded ill fulfilling one of tho
i,i,.i,nsi IiIpiiIs of American life. To
reach this condition the working peo
ple must bo given lecognltlon and
beaity support in their endeavors to
become a live agent In the promoting
the election of progressive men who
father progressive measures.
If the Portuguese could muster not
more than a hundred votes the uusl-ness-llka
and effective manner In
Editor Evening Bulletin: Tho w-iv
voteis aie leglstcrlng their opinions in
le the American system of govern
ment leaves no doubt In til minds or
those who weie. In the Joretront that
what two jeiirs ago was by mr.ny con
slileieil a debatable pioposltlon is to
day a live Issue,
The political paity that leaves cn.i
sldeiutlon ot this EUbJect out ot its
platfoim or which equivocates by put
ting up men who arc not known to bu
loyal to the principles Involved, might
as well go (Hit or business ns to hope
for success ut the polls next Novom
ber. It Is one of tho most qncouragliu
signs ot the lines (hat men will ven
ture Into the aicna ot publicity and
give their personal views on a subject
or such vital Interest to'nll citizens ol
this Tenltory; encouraging for thu
twofold leastii that such activity be
tokens knowledge of personal respon
sibility, on the one hand, and a desire
lo meet it in somo rational, public
spliltcd manner, on the other hand.
Fur these reasons It was a pleasure,
to lead tbo opinion of a sou or tho soil
as outlined in your issue or Thursday,
although exceptions might well be tak
en to the pioposltlon that an expensive
commission Is necessary to tho prepa
ration ot tbo laws under which county
and municipal gcirernmcnt aro to ho
Inaugurated in this Territory, ns also
to thu pioposltlon that "tho tendency
or this roiiu ot government Is toward
close party organization" the fact ot
he mutter being that tho tendency
throughout the United States is to
ward the elimination ot national party
lines In local affairs.
Tho County bill that we require Is a
simple measure embodying the princi
ples underlying the Constitution ot the
United Stales framed to meet our local
rcquliements and contemplated to bo
put Into operation at the eaillest pos
sible date. Wo need it tome, and wast
Governor Dole proposes lo submit to
the hukanko voters tho question ot sa
loon or no saloon, u principle,, by thj
way, containing tho very essence or
home rulo, and which, If applied to
many other matters that have had ar
hldary decision ut his Hands, would
have shown pub v opinion to be
stiongly In opposition to .,1s cour-iw
Were ho to submit to tbo voters of IU'
Territory the question ot county gov
ernment or no couiuy government, I
venture tho assertion that he would
find tho sentiment cerwhelmlnslv li.
favor of it.
As to municipal government, take
tbo "Municipal Corporations Act" re
cently run In your Sunday) edition, at
a basis and ten men could iv a month's
THE HIGHEST GRADE ONLY
THE WORLD'S BEST
Chas, F, Herrick Carriage Co., Limited.
Transact business In all departments
Collections carefully attended to.
Exchange bought and sold.
Commercial and Travelers' Letten
of Credit Issued on The Bank ot Call ,
fornla and N. M. Rothschild & 8oni i
Corresoondents The Bank of Call '
fornls, Commercial Banking Co. ol ' AGENTS FOR
Sydney, Ltd., London. The Ewa Plantation Co.
Drafts and cablo transfers on China I The Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
and Japan through the Hongkong A The Kohala Sugar Co.
Shanghai Banking Corporation an l The Walmca Sugat Mill Co.
Chartered Bank of India. Australia and The Fulton Iro vVo Vs. St. Louts, Ma
China. . The Rtnndnrd t ! Cr
Interest allowed, on term deposits ai ' The Ceo. F. Blak. jceam Pumps.
e following rates ner annum, viz: ' nr.t... r...ir...i.
the following rates ner annum. tIi:
seven days' notice, at z per cent
Three months, at 3 per cent.
Six 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, U
received for safe-keeping.
Auditors for Corporations and Pn
Books examined and reported on.
Statements of Affairs prepared.
Trustees on Bankrupt or Insolven
Kstates. OFFICE, 924 BETHEL STREET.
The New England Life Insurance Co.
Tho Aetna Flro Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
II. P. Baldwin President
,J. B. Castle First Vice President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Pres.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Ceo. R. Carter Auditor
oHinuo ucr8nimr.ni cM. c. 4
Deposits received and Interest al jO3T OCtOrS 311(1
med at 4 1-2 per cent per aunum. It
accordance with Rules and Rein'iU'1
tlons, copies of whlcii may be obtained
iniUHANUt UtfAKIMtNl AGENTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
AGENTS i-'OR ' Sugar Co.. Haiku Sugar Co.. Pala Plan-
FIRE, MARINE LIFE, ACCIDEN1 ' tatlon Co., Nablku Sugar Co.. Klbel
AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY IN Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co,
8URANCE COMPANIES. Kahulul Tintli-nnH rv
Insurance Office, 924 Bethel 8treet '
time evolve a general act under which
any city could Incorpoiato at any time
that a majority ot Its voteis should by
ballot declare themselves in favor .
The Act above referred to Is In meas
ure tbo work of the National Munlcl
pal League, an association or patriotic
Americans devoted to icmcdylng tlto
evils (hat have crept Into the govern
ment or cities In many portions of til
Under conditions ns herein proposed
the district of Honolulu could, upon
the passage of theso measures, be Im
mediately organized as a county. Its
citizens could thereupon vote to Incor
porate under tho general muulclp-.il
act two years Inter, at the Bame tlm"
electing a commission of three or five
members to prepare a set ot ordi
nances for governing tho city and
which would be submitted for ratifica
tion by tho voters In time for nominat
ing a completo city ticket at the (Into
to he named In the ordinances.
Thus the evolution Irom present ti
lull municipal conditions would bo !.'
easy stages, permitting of Bame to bi
done with tho least amount of friction.
The city operating under such n get
oral Incorporation act need not be bur
dened with legislation that may only
bo required ten years hence. As time
goes on and new conditions bring new
requirements, additional ordinances
may be passed by tho City Council to
The local conditions aro unique la
many icspects unci offer opportunities
for tho application of sound political
principles that It Is impossible to In
ject Into tho systems ot older commu
nities on the .talnland.
In this connection and under theso
circumstances one would imagine that
the Social Eblenco Club would find am
ple opportunities for wholesome die
cusslon of the principles of govern
ment and their application to our poly
A common-senso view of tho sltua
(Ion coupled wllh a detcimlnatlon to
meet It In a rational and public-spirited
manner, Ignoring in this work the
paity lines and prejudices that have
been unfortunately Innoculated on out
already suichargrt political atmos-
phero might reallzo tbo most sangulno
expectations of every believer In loc.il
Congress has extended to this Ten I
tory the same pilvlleges of self-govern
ment accorded to tho States of Hit
Union, but let us not forge that what
has been given can nlso be taken
away. Tho subject Is about up to tnc
flood Government Club stage. Hei U3
have a non-partisan effort to put Coun
ty and Municipal Acts through the
coming Legislature. CIT1ZBN.
"Wi.on you aro ready, Gridley, you may fire"
When the Aflair&l'a hair wao In
dancer, he was jroopt, to UBe
He wrltep as follows concsrnir.s
It. "I hrjr used CCK2 2ANDPUFP
COSE for the past year ar.d found
it an excellent preparation "
It is rj'jaranteed to cj'e
Dandruff. Itching Scalp.
Falling Hair, and to promote a
vigorous, healthy growth.
Ixitations aro plentiful bit ineffectual, Be sure you get
the genuinesold everywhere,
Coke Shampoo and Toilet Soap
A dolighlful toilet soap. Gives the hair and ekin the gloss
ini glow of youth and perfect health.
A.R.Bremer Co. Chicago.
HOBRON DRUG COMPANY. FORT AND KING STREETa
Claus tpreckels. Wm. O. Irwlr Ufm P 1 1111111 9. Vl
CAlitc Qnranhale T . llHIl Ul 1111111 00 UU
W1UUJ fcjpibWAWia U WUi,
I T. H.
n Francisco Agents The Ns
vads National Bank of Ban Francisco
an Francisco Tan Nevadi N
Uonal Bank ot Saa Fruiclscc.
London The Union Bank ot Lob I
New York American Exchange Ns
Chicago Merchants' National Bank I
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
erlln Dresdner Bank.
Hongkong ad Yokohama Hons. '
ong-Bnangaai uanking Corporation.
new Zealand and Australia Ban
ol New Zealand. '
Victoria and Vancouver Rink ol
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made
approrod security. Commercial aad i
Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills ot Ex
change bought and sola.
Collections Promptly Accounted For
Wm. a. Irwin.. President and Manager
Claus Sprcckels Vice President
W. M. Qltfard.. Second Vice President
II. M. Whitney Jr.. . . .Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ro Auditot
AOENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
Pioneer Building and Loan
ASSETS, JUNE SO, 1901, 80,04t47
LIFE and FIRE
IMItor Evening Ilullelln: In your
Issue of the 5th you quote me us wilt
ing lo Kohala asking It "V. II. or
Fiank Oreenwell would stand any
show ns Delegate to Washington."
1 should like to sdite that I huve not
written to Kohala In regard lo eKher of
(hese genllemen or even mentioned
their names for (he position of Dele
gale. The name of Mr. !'. (lieenvvell wus
eiidoined hy the Fourth Pieclnct Club
us u canuiciaic lor leprcsciiiiiuvu i
Legislature unci nothing moic. So your
Inroimnnt must have got matteis
mixed. 1 lemaln, jours truly,
J. D. PARIS.
Kealttkekua, Aug. 7, 1302.
The klssar Is one of tho most ancient
of Egyptian Instruments. It Is found
lepresented In monuments antedating
tho date of CM 1st by 2000 yeais. It
consists of a frame above, rrom tho
ciossbar ot which five strings pass to
the hot(om or (he frame. It Is tuned
to tho penla(onle scale.
The Ctovernment propose to dispose
of hnlt a dozen luts or live or six hun
ched acres each, situated at l.ualualel,
Walanae, Oaliu, and tunning liom thu
main ildgo uiukal to tho lino or cane
land leased to Walanae plantation, by
special ttinn payment ngi cements ot
sale. ii'Ciuli'lug conditions or lusldcnce
or Improvement or both.
In older lo be Inroimed or tho 0e
iiiand ror such lauds under tho said
conditions, I should llko to lecelvo
communications fiom those Interested
enclosing liny questions they muy wish
to nsk on thu Bilbject.
The lands reten ed to Include pis
til re, and arable lands, unci uro partial
ly covered with algaroba forest.
Plans can be seen nt (ho Public
Lauds Office, Honolulu.
(Signed) E. S. 110 VI),
Commissioner or Public Lands.
Moaey loaned on approved security
A Bavins Bank for monthly deposits
Houses built on toe monthly install
Twenty-third Series ot Stock Is no
OFFICERS J. L. McLean. Prsil
dent: A. A. Wilder, Vice President
(J. B. Gray. Treasurer: A. V. Dear
DIRECTORS J. L. McLean, A
A. Wilder, A. V. Gear, O. B. Gray
J. D. Holt, A. W. Keeck. J. A. Lyi
Jr, J. M. Little, ii. S. Boyd.
A, V. GEAR,
Offlce Hours: 12:J0 1:30 p. m.
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
SURANCE CO. OF BOSTON.
SZZZ Insurance Agents
C. BrewerS Co., Ltd.)'
Queen Street, Kunatutu, T. H.
The Yokohama Specie Bank, "nwallan Aer'cimurai Co., ookaia
I "V""IU" Jirvviw auSugar plant Co 0nomea Sugar C0(
i ii c ur. :
i Alden Electric "Belt1
(with sus- bj? pensory Is guarantee
to possess 'rN all the curative proper
ties of the esnenslve belts now sold by
doctors and druKg!.. It gives a very
stiong current of electricity andlseally
regulated. Bound to supersede others. Can
be had from the underslrned onlv: no
agents; no discount. CIrculai free. Address
Pierce Electric Co,, aoo Post St., San
Fraotlco. Sent free to Hawaii for SS.00
Pound'Master's Notice of Estrays
Notice Is hereby given that tho ani
mals described below have been Im
pounded In ti.o Government Pound at
Alaklkl, Kona, Island of Oaliu, and
unless tho pound fees and damages
aro sooner satisfied will ho sold ut
the date hereafter named according to
August Ii, 10U2- fiiuy cow, biandecl (lla
inonil II on light hind leg. Indis
tinct In and on lelt hind leg, Hot li
ears silt. White under , belly.
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co,,
Makeo Sugar Co.,llalcakala Ranch Co.,
Bubscrlbed Capital..., Ten M.00O,OW A"V, il r ?a5 ra,t,,clBC0
Paid Un Caoltal .... Yn lannnnns Packets, Chas. Brewer & Co.'s Line ot
LIST OF OFFICERS:
Paid Ud Capital Yen 18.000.00C
Reserved Fuad Yen 8,710.00(1
HEAD OFFICH, YOKOHAMA
Tho n.ni huvx nri raw '.w.i O. M. Cooke, President: Georce
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts i JJobertson, Manager; E. F. . Bishop.
ana Letters ot Credit, and transacts t ' "'" " oerreiaryj uoi. vv. -,
general banking business. Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Wa-
INTERBST ALLOWBD. terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
On Fixed Per ceni , '
W month .T- THE VOfj HAMM-YOUNG CO..
For 6 months I) t, limited
For J months I ii limited.
Branch of the Yokohama Specie Bank .are now offering the famous
New Republic Bid., 1L King Stree j
Tho nbovo strnyed animals will be
sold on Hutuiiliiy.Aug. -.1, 1902, 12 noon
If not called for before the date mentioned.
General Manager ot
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United States for the
OFFICE, Merchant Street, Honolulu.
at such low prices that you cannot at
rord to let tho opportunity go. They
aro so cool and the pi Ice so comfort
able tha( they seem mado for this
THE DUECE YOU SAY
Come In and play
PING PONG TWO TABLES
HONOLULU BOWLING PARLOR
job printing at the Bulletin
the old Sewing Machine Agent, is still
In business at 942 BETHEL 8TRE.ET,
Stock on Hand Standard, Domes
tie, National, Seamstress, New Home,
Household, Expert and Vlndex.
Call and see. Try and buy.
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin Is the largest and best pub
lished In the Territory, Sixteen ,indi
twenty pages. 1 a year.
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