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EVEN1K0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, 11. T., WEDNESDAY, AUG. 13, 1802. i
fubllihed Every Day Except Sunday,
at 120 King Street, Honolulu,
T II., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD. I
WALLACE II. FARHINGTON.. Editor
Entered at the I'ostonice at Hono
tc!u as recond-class matter.
Per mcMh any where in V. S...1 t
Per quarter anywhere In V. 3.. 2.0V
Per j car nowhere In U. S 8.00
Per year, postpaid, foreign 11.00
Elx month ! .50
Per jcar. an whore In U. S 1.00
Per year, postpaid, foreign ISO
PcitoBIre Box "IS
AftUST 1). l"02Of
' ; ; ..,.,,, i of St. Louis who made that great and
It Is dollars to doughnuts that Del , mcmorable (.,,lgIon wh.lh established
gau Wlltox did not frame the Homo tne rBhl of a married woman to Mslt
Hulo platform The plausible declarj-land search her .husband's pogkets lor
tlons of this well framed document appropriations. It was Judge Sldcner
, , , ,. i ., . ,i 'who ruled with equal reason unci hu-
bear about the same iclatlon to the. ' .. . ,. , . .. ,,,. ,. .....
inanity that a dog to which n tin can
real thing as expressed In the Dtlc nn ,,, Uc(. lns ,, ri(:llt t0 ,,r0recd
gates speeches that a mahogany c- with Jaws and teeth against the tlvi.
fleer doc to n mud-pie. It 's Judge Sldcner who has Just e-
I plained with his habltu.il lumlnoslt)
Before the Itepublicans get Into the 'the law of Imprecations as applied to
full swing of the campaign I). I. gate I telephones. A phjslclan was arrested
Wilcox Will have his canasi well be
gun on the Islands of Kau.il, O.ihu and
Maul. This means a handicap In favor
of the Home Itule paity which can be
overcome only by the most sDenuous
tffort. The greatest danger now
threatening the Republican party Is the
leellng of confidence that having secur
ed peace In Its own ranks, the majority
lote will be very easily enlisted. He
jubllcans hae no child's play before
tbim and an man who can figure out
a walk-our will find hlmse'f sadly
mlHaken If the eiowds that turn out
to hear Wllcot count for anything.
The advertising value of n stnnip has
been In evidence during alt the nation
al expositions of our country. Chicago
and Buffalo were given special Issuer
by the government, and now the St.
Louis fair managers are following th
same Idea by sending out stumps of
tpeilal design whlc.h lepifsent St
Louis as the national center Mr 1U01.
These stamps ndoin all the business
letters sent out from St. Louis and ui
constnnt lemlnders to business men I
throughout the world that their pa
tronage of the city and exposition !
nought. It-It. nut a new- Idea but lb'1
adoption by the keen St. Louis can
vassers for business attests Its woith.
While our business men ute casting
about for vn5s and mc.ius to keep tlin
hlnnds before the traveling public
the will do well to consider the com
mercial stamp Given a good design,
.and general use by the business men
On all letters sent abroad, a special
Hawaiian advertising stamp would be
a constant reminder that the people
of the Islands .ire out for business and
art working every feasible advertising
channel to get It.
The gpoits ptogiam at the K.ihuliil
track and Wells paik. Maul, doses the
round of tummi'r festivities In which
the thiee must populous Islands of 111"
group have participated. In summing
up the geneiul results of the season,
there can be no doubt that the scheme
followed this star has verified the val
ue of cooperation In planning events
80 that there shall be no eon II lit or
competition for the -attendance which
Is sought to be ill awn from the Terri
tory at large.
The race days for Honolulu, Hllo,
Kahulul have all been ai ranged with a
view to making each town lu
Its turn the center of attiactlou.
Each Island, district or town Ims
not only had free scope In meet
Ing Its local demands, but has also
had the hearty support fiom outside
islands In drawing visitors and obtain
lng specially uttiacthe features for Its
program. All this has been carried out
with complete success and Fourth of
July celebrations and the Agile ulturul
and Merchants' fair have been sand
wiclltd In without the least filctlon or
rousing a feeling that more has been
attempted than could be carried
through to the satisfaction of the pro.
rooters and the people at largo.
Uy all (oo many, these race das
fairs and celebrations are regarded as
Insignificant factors of our life, hardly
deserving more than passing atten
tion. They have perhaps no direct
bearing on the price of living, politics.
religion or business. They do, how
ever, have a most Important Infiuetice
in the upbuilding of a general sent!
ment throughout the Territory that cau
bring people of the various Island dis
tricts Into closer and more cordial re
lations. They assist In establishing a
community of interest which goes be
ond the metes and bounds of an Island
or a town. When Honolulu, Hllo and
Walluku citlrens find that the Interest
In making their projects a success Is
not confined to Its own people, they
must necessarily tome to a better
knowledge of what they lose by car
rying a chip on their shoulder also c.f
what can be gained through getting
avvaj from Intensely Insular methods.
It will be a happy day (or these Isl
ands when the people of every town
become Inspired with the conviction
that theirs Is the most attracts e. tie-
.,-. .,, m .,,. ,,,,, ()(
the group. Local pride, local loyalty
which expresses Itself In fair consider
ation for all the Integral parts neces
sary to making up n progressive whole
Is the best asset nny town, district or
Territory can possess Hawaii needs
more of It to displace the "Knocking"
which has In the past been one of the
leading features of our island and in
SWEARING BY TELEPHONE.
New York Sun.
Once more the Mansfield of Missouri,
the Sir Matthew- Hale of St. Louis. In
the noble words of the Hon William
Joel Stone, "the scales of Justice fall
from her ees." It was Judge Sldcner
ti0 Klr!t Municipal District Court
lur eweuriiiK uirejiiKii u ieieniune tn un
emplojc In the central oftlce The doc
tor confessed but molded. He bad
sworn by telephone, but he had "cuss
ed the s)8tcm. not the emplojes." The
Court found that defense Insufficient
and fined the profane man of pills J"
for using abusive language
Judge Sldener came to this decision
after n profound consideration of pro
fanity. It Is easy to agree with hlni
that the principles of the law hae not
been changed by modem Inventions
and that swearing by long-distance or
short-distance telephone Is not cllffei
ent In essence from swearing by word
of mouth In the piesence of the
svveiirce. With legret mid even with
pain, however, we find ourselves for
the first time compelled to withhold
,fient (r0m nn opinion Mowing from
that fount of law. Judge Sldener's ul
ternnces ns to profnnltv are obiter dic
ta. Interesting by reason of their
source, but not absolutely binding and
authoritative on the profane or on
those who hate the profane. Judge
Qhl, not linlila
1. that "piofanlty lias no sulIUIint '
2. that piofanlty Is "nlw.ivs aggres
sive never piotectlve. and Is therefore
never excusable bj the plea of setf-
Now. we Hold tlicte minis io ue sen
evident. I. Profanity may be either
exterior or Interior, uttered or unex-
picssed. A court of conscience or I
eciultv may be unable to levlew and .
punish the unspoken oath, but such
nn oath swallowed, absorbed Into the
ostein. Is nn anger unsatisfied, awl
I mil ie mure iiepr.iving lu ine snuiiiiw-
ier than an open oath. Swearing Is a
safct valve, a moral ventilated
II. Tbeie nio nt liust a million piov-
jocatlons foi Hweailng. Was Judge Sld
cner, as n outli, evci stung lu tn
e b n wasp Just as he was sail) lug
forth to visit the fair, the chaste, the
unexpresslve She'' Do toO-pounders
step on his feet und not apologize? Do
gilpmeii see hlni standing on n coiner,
lefuse to slop their ears and put hand
to nose derisively as the car Jumps
by? A million reasons'' Theie must ha
III. Swearing Is not neccssaily ng
giisslvc. Most of It Is lu self-defense.
It makes the swcaiei feel better and
Injures iio one tine. Most sweating Is
purely ej.iculatoiy and Is nut used
ngalnst nil) body. Theswtniei iclleves
himself without assaulting bis neigh
bors. IV. Vulgar, vliulcnt, or nbucne
profanity Is a mlsdeiueaiioi or clmc
of the veiy Ignorant, very coarse. It
ma) he compared 111 a way with expec
toration In public places Distinguish
between Impel nilsslbrt and permitted
V. The language Is full of filling,
picturesque and soul-soothing oaths,
which may be regarded as practical or
figurative language. Our collaborators
on the Dictionary of Profanity have
collected bales of such ornamental In
terjections. For example-
"All-Ill eel," "brimstone and beef
steak," "botheration," "crlpes and the
cow's loose," "creation of cats," "dog
goned," "doddasted," "Ell Heals." "five
forks of Foley," "Great Scott." "Iioopln'
hoodoo," "Israel Hlley." "Sam Hill,
"Jlmunetty." ' Jchoshaphat, Judas,
Josh," "lord o' land." "Holy Moses,"
' Humpecl-iip John Hogers," etc.
Such strong and beautiful expres
sions as "Hell and red niggers" ire for
the collector's cabinet merely, not for
dally use. They ore of the older, ruder,
VI. The telephone often acts as If It
wero 'possessed" To sweur "by the
telephone" would bo much the same us
sa)ing "the Devil!" and ns good-natured
as that pleasant rich oath "May the
Devil ate )ou." Swearing througii a
telephone In self-defense If there arc no
ladles ut the other end. Often the tele
phono Is the aggressor.
VII. Of the high, recondite, mys
terious uses of profanity In all ages
of the world the Hon. Philip Hale will
treat at length lu the Prolegomena of
the Dictionary of Piofanlty and Cuiso
1-ore. All we need say hero Is that
swearing Is often a means of avoiding
Nemesis. Think of that If ever you
hear a man of prosperous look emit
strange oaths. Swearing and contume
lious languiige are still fasiilonable at
weddings and other high festivals
among savago or barbaious folk. The
powers of evil must bo hoodwinked
and made to puss over a scene of union
und happiness. So profunlty has even
ceremonial uses. For tlio Itoman .Sat
urnalia, the elegant extracts of abuse
at Itoman triumphs and so forth, see
Horcus on "Oaths."
VIII. Stick to strictly dlocanol or
deacons' oaths and you will never go
wrong or be hauled up by Justice, by
cineKy: uy gosiu
And so adieu to Judge Sldcner.
whum, sac In the matter of profnnlt
wo admire. revere and follow.
(New York Sun
As we write, there, lies beforn us .1
pile of letters, brought out by the dis
cussion with the Vatican of the vcvod
question of the Philippine friars, which
makes the grievous mistake of reviving
the religious Intemperance of the past.
The only way to settle that problem,
new In the history of American gov
inent, Is to approach It In a ieasonabli
spirit, from which Is removed every
trace of the old odium theologlcum anJ
to treat It as n practical matter, with a
view to the Interests of harmony and
peace both In Die Philippines them
selves ii nd here at home. In both thu
Catholic and the Protestant camps.
Unquestionably a chief cause of dls
coid In those Islands has grown out of
the material and spiritual domination
of the friars specifically. No doctrines
of the Itoman Catholic Church are In
lolitioversy. The (,ocrnmc?t Is for
bidden by the Constitution to Interfere
In an mcasuie with questions of reli
gion and It has taken no step toward
any such Interference In the Philip
pines. The friars to whom the Fili
pinos hnve so much aversion are not
the ltoinnii Catholic Church, they aro
piejudiilal to its Inteicfts inlhcr than
beneficial to It, so long us this native
hostility exists. The pollcj of Home Is
too sagacious to oppose obstacles to
our Government In Its task. of Philip
A few- das s ago, we pi Inted letters
fiom an olllcer of the army who had
seived long In those Islands and from
a Catholic correspondent who had been
u resident there. They agreed both In
describing the Influence of the friars ns
unfortunately baneful and In holding
that these particular members of Cath
olic orders do not represent trulv, tha
Itoman Catholic Chinch as an Institu
tion, but aic a cause of reproach to It
Otherwise we should not liuve prlnte.l
their letters, for we will not allow the
Sun to be used to cist aspersions on
In the letters heroic us. however, the
facts i elated by an army officer fioin
his own long observation on the!
ground are denied with heat, though
that he Is un unprejudiced witness Is
apparent, mid the Catholic writer Is
denounced .is nn Impostor piuadlng un
der Catholic colois, though, actually,
he Is of that faith and his icsponslhllily
Is unquestionable, "lie Is a liar and .1
bigot." s.ivs one of these ccnicspond
ents, for example, "and as much a
Catholic us the Devil himself;" and
the olllcer Is described In the same let
ter as n swasb-ljiu-klei and a picutl
tloner of the "water c in e." inti lush-ally
unwoithy of belief Oui le.ideis will
lemembei that the letters thus .iss.illcu
were respectful In tone and can onlj
be successful lontiiiv cited b) upset
ling their leliitlon of fuels. Il.ulne.si
charged against Individual priests,
even if It Is pioved, canles with It no
! I 11 II .....tin. 4 llm f'llllljtll Il1QJ1
iinpnruiiun b' wv vm ....
religious aim moral cone n.cy neiy.
" ". "
vexatious Philippine ptobleiu Is unctlia
' " ' settlement which will not
civi" tiMHtmiihle mound for offence to
- - ,,,,,., .
ail) lellglous susceptlMllllcs. ,nger
and hate nie enemies and nut allies oi
THE END OF THE SESSION.
The flist session of (he '7th CuiiKress
conic! to mi cud )cstciilny ufivinuon.
com ml class Kuciner than was Indicated
hist week Heiiutois und ltepiosc-nt.i-
tlWS .tllkc! We'll! Ml CMRCr tl) KCt UVI1
f loin WushiilKlim bcfciie the l'Oiutli
that tin') wrr nil lu u mood for cou
cc.i,Um nlnl cuiupi utilise, mid CM'ii the
Demounts i'ii,iccm1 in a still hum fur
mi "Issue" Mere not equal to mukliirf
a shou of lesistuiicu to adjournment
as soon as purullilo. The M'liute giuci-
full nccepled the imitcil.il modltlcii
linn of the Philippine tloc eminent bill,
and both houses were c.ikct enough io
nuke conictsliins on the pioposltlou
for the construction ot ineii-uf-wui In
(1oertiineiit iui artls to nolJ deh
lu the time of adjournment.
The session of CoiiKiess which has
Just dosed wus a notable one fur what
it left undone, as well us for the legis
lation) It perfected. The seen princi
pal nieusuies out of the oiiln.iry rou
tine which rereiwd the upprojl of
both houses were those for the con
M ruction of un Isthmian Canal, the re
peal of the war taxes, the continued
exclusion of the Chinese, the diastb
regulation of the oleoimiiKailnii In
dustry, the Irrigation of the urld lauds
of the Fur West, una ine tariff Bystcm
and cIUI go eminent of the Philippine
Islands, On the negative side of the
record we II nil thiee luiportuut meas
ures which niiide their way llitoiigh one
house onl) to be Ignored, foi the ses
sion, by tho othei. These neio the
Ship .Subsld bill, the bill for the ad
mission of New Mexico, Ailonu, and
Oklahoma Into the I'nlon, and, most
ltal of all, the bill providing for taritl
concessions to the Island of Cuba.
'lho failure of nnj legislation In the
laat-named conuectlun Is the one most
glaring blot on the leconl of the ses
sion, and on the hlstoij of the tommy
us affected by Its action There aic
other sins of omission to be laid ut t li--door
of the tendon the fallme to
legislulu on the subject of 1'iubtb
Aniiithy, Kuiopeun liniulKrJtlcin, arm)
reorganization, the ruricnc), baukrupt
c). and C'ousulur leforin. Some of these
de'lliuiueuc'lcs can be lemedicd at the
next bcsslon, but the deliberate neglect
to fulllll our duties and meet our iu
spoiislbllitleB In relation to the island
of Cuba at the light time can neer bi
AMERICAN ROMAN CATHOLICS.
I Ilaitlmoro Morning Herald.
Itecent events in Itoman Catholic
circles tend to hasten tho call of tho
1'ouith Plenary Council of the- Untti'U
Slates. On tho occasion ot tho ordinn
tion of a colored man to tho priest
hood, tho Very Hev. J. It. Blnttery, U
1). superior of St. Joseph's Seminary,
this city, called attention to tho Ian
that Hainan Catholicism is losing
Kiound In this country. Tho following
is tho table upon which his asscrtloni
Sizes and shapes adopted by
the Society of American Flor
ists. Standard Pots from 7-Inch up
hnve Patent Excelsior Bottom,
which Insures Perfect Drainage.
A large Invoice just to hand
ex S S. "Ncvadan."
STANDARD FLOWER POTS
BULB PANS v
FERN DISH LINERS
SAUCERS, ETC, ETC.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Mutual Reserve Life Insurance Co'y
FREDERICK A. UUUNHAM, President
Mutunl Reserve Building, - ISroudwny, New York
Third Largest Mutual Legal Reserve Company In the
Stale of New York
STATE OF NEW YORK INSURANCE DEPARTMENT.
Altan) Afrll nth toa
I 1RANC1S HtSDUICK SurttlniFnJfnt.-t Inuiantr ) llrrrby Crrtih that
thr .Mutual Rt-M-rtr I unj Lite AKi.itln now Mutual ktwrve t tie Insurance Lorn
rin ut thv Clt of rw uik lia CMrnrHci lth all t!w ruiulrrmem "flaw u tr
obMnri r Muh corporation n rtlm i. rrofatinn nJ that It I authorized ii transact
Hit? r-uMnr of I lie lnurance as r-n iiirJ In the I lm Sub 4 Mon ut Set Hon btmty
ot Ai licit- II ot the IriMirame Law within this Slate anJ ttiatu(hbulntti.an rrt r '
re tntruMcJ to it.
In Wltnt Whereof. I have lereuntu subscribed m nairf auJ caum-J
I L S ) m Ottit IjI Vul to be AitivrJ In duplicate at the City ot A1ban , on
i n the Jj anJ tt first ahc written
SuperlnTendent of Insurant
TOTAL ASSETS $5,790,400.73
NET SURPLUS 466,885.48
DEATH CLAIMS PAID, over $50,000,000 00
FRANK L. WINTER,
Ouiioi-iiI Auunt, Turrltory cif I liiwnll, ,118 1'OM'r.Mr.
Lllli:itAL TEIIMS .MAUB Willi ltUl.IAIii.i: AND KNKItGEf
file IiibccI lu.'J'l!,." Catholic popula-.
tlou aitiiidini; to Catholic Dliectui;', j
riii.'. s,uuiui,i for thu jear lS'JO; .'.
liTriSllil Inc lenient of (.'ntliollc popui.i-'
tlcni in twele enis; 3,703,184 Itoman
Catholic IminlgialloM 1SIM) to 1U0J.
Pi oiii the nbovo ilguicia' It Is aiuur
ent that the loss of inunihcishlp of ihr
Itoman Cuthulle Chilivh lu the I'ntled
States Is gie.iter than tho largo tot U
cit stilcil) Cathullo Inunlgrantu.
At a KUtlicilni; of Inlliiuntlal li'i H -men
iiml la) men held lu Washing! in
i.'Htc'i iln It wus suggested that thu
Iloaid ot' An hlilshops, which meets
li"'t Oclobti at tho Catholic- I'nltunl
ty, be iiieiiiiulalUeil to uso Its niith '
It y tti couiiel a still Ier census uf ilu
Catholic iiopiilntliin. The IUuich oi
the t'.itliollc Diieilorj, mi uMlclnl pub
Mention ate Imscd upon the I etui us
made b the pastois of thu nrliuu
piu Islu -i anil cousunaiUu men thliiu
that tills will baldly chuugn the app.it
enl coiiilitliins, ns theie is no liiccnti
un tlie pan u the parish piiests to
minimise the linpoitiiucu of then pur-j
The flKuies coneerning Itoman Cutn
olle lmmlgiiitloii uio obtained by ml I
Ing the numbers of IminlgiuulH li rn
Austiiii, llelgluin, Fiance, Italy, I'o
laud (exclusive of Itiissiau 1'olundl,
Poilugu!, Spain anil lieluml. In tnlH
lough stutc-meul no uccount Is taken
of thu conslilerablu French Cauadl.m
liitlux, hut a ionserntlu estimate ol
Unman Ciitliolic Geimaus Is Inelnded.
Thu ouilsslou of thu Frencci Canadians
und tho Kngllsh and Scotch mid utuer
Catholic contliigents lb liiought to on
set iiu obxloua enois in thu totals
It Is also suggested that thu rearm
of this aslouudlug condition Ib thu no.;
lect of woik in the iiiiul districts, mid
this asseitiun gains Btiungth from lho
luct that t.uuu.uuu or tho lu.oou.uuu Ito
inn u Caiho.ics In lho United States le
side lu the giuat titles of Now Yoili
Liilcagci, Philadelphia, lliookln, llJi
ion and New Orleans.
Vhuteei the reason, thoio is no Jl3
guise of the latt that Dr. Slattcry's
imelutlou has stlried the Cath ilk
pilesthuod us neur before. Dr. Slat
tciy Is one of thu most eonseratlve
men In thu chuuh. Thu simplicity ol
the statement is Iih strength; but ill
Issuance liom hlni gives It autliorlt
which might nut come fiom another
Theiu ate iiimors that tho noxt meet
ing of thu Iloaid of Archbishops will be
the most Important since the adjoin n
ment of thu Thliu Plenary Council ot
Baltimore, und will herald the tailing
ut the loin th. this will not Immedi
utely leinedy Hie situation, as It will
recpiliu at least four jears to' prepare
the subjects of discussion. Thu mat
ter will III st bno to bo rcfeued to the
Bishops, thesu will teport their lew.
Io a icimmllteu of the Arcliblsliops
The lutter will tepoit to Rome. The
Congregation of lho Propaganda and
the Congiegatlon of Extraordinary lc
cleslustle AtfuliB will consider this r
poll, mid u final schedule, or subjects
will be piepaied. Alter this It will le
qulio the lapso of at least a year hs
fore the meeting or tho Plenary Conn
Meantime, It Is said that the country
will witness a series of grand Catholic
'letlials," nml tne mission hands of
the Chin cli will be Incicaseil by ill'
addition of the must eloquent and 70.il
oils prcjchcis of the chinch.
A NEW COMMUNITY SCHEME.
Rochester (N. V) Deinocrnt
A Jonng t'liltuilau clcigyninu, Iter,
IMvciid P. Piesse, bus stinted tin In
diistilul community ut Montague, Muss
This Is .m inteiestlug old town In tho
Coiifctlriinl alley, partly stimided
thiuiigh thu lapld development of other
fictions. Mr Pntsey Is trjlng to
niuusv new life und Inleiest by preach
lug mid piuitlciiig the gospel of help
fill l.iboi. He culls his community the
New ('lull iuu. Its activities Include
a levlvul ut the homely nils of village
mid cciiintiy life, cabinet making by
band, bnsketij, embroidci) and caie
f it I tillage of tho soil. The Boston Her
ald or Sunday computed the ventuio
with the f ii minis lliuok rutin. Hut tho
compailson Is not win ranted Theie Is
nothing indentions about New Clair
vnux. To icstciie to lite mid energv
the decadent hill town hns been tho
effoit of Mr. Piessey since he left
llm card mid thu divinity school, mid
he bus excited new hope wheiever he
has labelled. Ho Is a belle v ci In land
and agriculture tor the poor who aie
now supported by tilled taxation.
COFFEE vs. WHISKEY
It Is predicted In London Hist the
list or honors and decorations la be
given In connection with the eornnatlon
or King IMwuid will fill two pages ot a
newspaper. This is quite piobuble, lor
iipmt from promotions In tho pePi.ige
and new creations of baronetcies
knlghthoors. etc, the list will Include
a iist number of promotions in various
blanches of the public service. It Is
also thought that the King will insti
tute a new order, In which case a
means may be found ror gratifying
many who otherwise would have been
and Trust Co.
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President Cecil Drown
Vice President M. P. Robinson
Cashier W. G. Cooper
Office: Corner Fort and King Sts.
SAVINGS DEPOSITS received anJ
Interest allowed for yearly deposits at
the rate of 4 1-2 per cent per annum.
Rules and regulations furnished up
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Collections carefully attended to.
Exchange bought and sold.
Commercial and Travelers' Letter!
of Credit Issued on The Dank of Call
fornla and N. M. Rothschild & Sons
Correspondents The Bank of Call
'ornls, Commercial Banking Co. of
Sydney. Ltd.. London.
uraits and cable transfers on curat
and Japan through the Hongkong A '
8hanghat Banking corporation an I
Chartered Bank of India, Australia and I
i ... . i
interest aiiowea on term deposits at
the following rates per annum. tIi:
Seven days' notice, at 2 per cent.
Three months, at 3 per cent.
Six months, at 3 1-2 per centv
Twelve months, at 4 per cent
Act as Trustees under mortgages.
V'-iage estates (real and personal)
Collect rents and dividends.
Valuable papers, Wills, Bonds, '..
received for safe-keeping.
Auditors for Corporations and Pn
Books exa'mtned and reported on.
Statements of Affairs prepared.
Trustees on Bankrupt or Insolvent
OFFICE, 924 BETHEL STREET.
. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Deposits received and Interest al
lowed at 4 1-2 per cat per acnum. It
accordance with Ilules and Regula
tlons, copies of whlct, may be obtained
FIRE. MARINE LIFE. ACCIDEN1
AND EMPLOYERS LIABILITY IN
Insurance Office, 824 Bethel Street
Wm. a. Irwlr
Clans Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, : ; ,T.
sn Francisco Agents The Ns
da National Bank ot San Francisco
an Francisco Tan Nevada Ns
tlonal UanJc ot Saa Francisco.
London Tho Union Bacn: or f.nn
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' Natlonil Bank
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Dresdncr Bank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Honi
kong Shanghai Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Bam
ot New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank ol
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans marfu it
approved security. Commercial aatt
-.-.H.v.. w,vui IIIUQU. Ullll Ol ttj
change bought and sola.
Collections Promptly Accounted For
Pioneer Building and Loan
A01ET8, JUNE JW, 1801, 180,041.87
Moiey loaned on approved security
A Saving Bank fop monthlv rinmiii,
Houses built on tho monthly Install
Twenty-third Series of Stock Is no
OFFICERS-J. L. McLean, P.-esl
?.enU V A Wow. Vice President
O. B. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear
DIRECTORS - J. L. McLean. A
A. Wilder, A. V. Gear. C, B. Gray
J. D. Holt, A. W. Keeca. J. A. Lyls
Jr, J. u. Little, ir. s. Boyd.
A. V. GEAR,
Omcs nonrs; 12:30 i:ao p. m.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
. Uii,VlW 1MUB
Subscribed Capital.... Ten ti 000 00s
Paid Up Capital .... Yen 18.000 00C
Reserved Fuad Yen 8 710000
HEAD OFFICH, YOKOHAMA
The Bank buys and receives for'col
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and transacts s
general banking business.
VU tlU Mr CBn.
Deposit. pw annum
For 12 month 4
For 6 months j.
For 3 months 1
Branch of tn Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., lh King Stree
General Manager of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
,... wik,i t
Of the United States for the
OFFICE, Merchant 8treet Honolulu.
THE DEUCE YOU SAY
Come in and piny
PING PONG - TWO TABLES
HONOLULU BOWLING PARLOR
Fine Job printing
at the Bulletin
Agents, Brokers and Jobbers
W. G. Irwin & Co.
Western Sugar Refinery Company of
Baldwin Locomotive Works ot Phila
delphia, Pa., U. 8. 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 Ferti
lizers for Cane and Coffee.
need's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFEn FOR SALE:
Parafllnp Paint Co.'a P.& D. Paints anil
( Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil,
1 raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), In white
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd
i Commission Merchants
: Sugar Factors
The Ewa Plantation Co.
.. . ... ... ..
Tne waiaiua Agricultural uo., uia.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
Tho Walmea Sugai Mill Co.
The Fulton Iro tVo.ks, St, Louis, Mo.
xhe Standard C !l O
The Ceo. F. Blak .jcoam Pumps.
The New England Lite Insurance Co.
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
ALEXANDER & BALDWINXtd
It. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle First Vice President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Free.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. R. Carter Audltoj
Sngar Factors and
AGENTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co., Hulku Sugar Co.. Pala Plan
tation Co., Nahlku Sugar Co., Klhel
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co,
Kahulul Railroad Co.,
Wm, G. Irwin & Go
I ,j , ., . ,..i--i.
Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Manager
Claus Spreckels Vice President
'w' M- Cltfard.. Second Vice President
i H- M Whitney Jr Treas. and Sec.
Qe0- J- I!osi Audltoi
AOENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, OAL.
H W-v-'i'L (wZu
' FvTrTTf irurn tVVrTT -i V-C1
LIFE and FIRE
Insurance - Agents
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
i 8URANCE CO. OF BOSTON.
' AETNA FIRE INSURANCE COM
I PANV OF HARTFORD.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
. A.crontH ior
o nawV!an Agricultural co.. ookuia,
, Sugar p,aDt- Co 0nomea Sugar c
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co,.
Makee Sugar Co.,Haleakala Ranch Co.,
' , p'an'er8' Line of San Francisco.
f,aet Ch,as' Drev'cr & Co'' LlDe or
L,8T OF Of F'OERS:
I 9 M" Cooke Prealdent: George
5 ODertBOn Manager! E. F, Bishop,
' f,ea8l''e'' and Secretary; Col. W. F,
, Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Wa-
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO,.
J are now offering tho famous
I "Lion Brand"
I NEGLIGEE SHIRTS,
I at such low prices that you cannot ur-
' i " . 7, T' .B .?'
, ni,i ,i,, , ' lc ,u ,-omI0"-
.able that they seem niailn fn,. n.iu
madu for this
I Woek" Hand-StanJarrf r,
1 HouIthMJ't 8ean',tr"- New Homo,
W 1 , ' ''' nu vincex.
Call and see. Try and buy.
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Bulletin Is the largest and best pub"
Ished In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. $1 . year.