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THl'HSDAY Al til ST H. 11)0.'
Don t lit the siipu'in sntlsfattlon of
part harnion blind lit piibllians to j
realization that then Is a largei lit I J
A seen-ear-old Russian child Is
raining considerable attention fiom the
prets on account of having nude th
unsolicited prediction that the milieu
lum Is at hand. When the child Is a
little older. It will know better.
Competitive cooperation among the
business todies of the clt to place
facts before thi Senatorial Commission
is Just what is needed to sift the wheat
from tho chaff and put before the
Commission the data and sintimuil
that Is necessar) to obtain proper legis
lation for the country
The artists model who called New
Yorkers vulgar beuiue tlie gazed
upon the exhibition she nude prom--nading
Fifth avenue In a lathing suit
Is carrvlng the icnllstlr in art to a
point that closed) approaches the d.ijrt
vthen the Harden of IMen contained all
the humanity of the world.
Gold Democrats have enpturu! the
organisation of Michigan nnd thus Is
Brian being graduall) b.aten back to
. , , , , ., , ,
the private life down on the Nebraska I
farm. The Demoi rats while chasing
after an issue have become linn In tbu
conviction that an issue cannot bo
made out of a peitoiul hubb).
MOM! WORK MJIIDIiD.
Is It not tine tli.it Hipnbllian com-
mlttecs me devoting too niiuh of their
liuii; tu u...c-UIUu ,. cduoi.U. a.iu ,
neglecting tho canvass for voters? In ,
other words is the Republican part)
Lteplng its force as well in hand as tho
The Bulletin Is led to make thU
query liccaute to all upiiearances the
nreclnct olll.irs ai.near to have ,,,.
tldercd their vvoik llnMicd with the
clo'e of th" primaries and District com
mitteemen ulso i cm to be of the opin
ion that their ual v.oiU will nut begin
till the party plalfoiin Is liauicd and
the candidates named ruithenuoie it
Is claimed that the Home Hub pal ty
has so fnr advanced Its canvass that ll 1'altnnid upon other plans As t))i
, , , , , , , nil examples of suih immuial dealings,
clreid) has pledged voters in vailousi, ' .
nrecinctsaud dlftilils lo ilesui rt of
Its camlidutes and has thus obtain- go forth among peaceful. l.tw-HVuidlug
cU a nucleus whiih is being uajyUuvages to foue upon them a lellglou
. ,. , .. , , , that has outlived Its in-ef illness, a rell-
Increated in cOiiM'iiuc me of t he laik of . .. . , , , , ,, . . .
giou that has not pieveutid them fiom
Republican activity It Is also claimed j ,,1)llu. mlc!, all mmoral Impolltle thing
that the Home Killers have In this HI- rhey go forth to promulgate the truth
and so far completed theli organiza
tion as to divide thcli paity follovveis
Icto blocks of tlfty or a hundred in
charge of active lieutenants whose duty
Is to keep up the enthusiasm and by
regular house to house visits hold tb
oters in line.
Theeo claims may be false. The
number and character of the pledged
voters ma) he exaggerated It may
teem the utmost folly to attempt to
pledge voters and expect to hold them
before the men and measures they are
to vote for ar known It cannot bu
denied, howevni, that an endeavor
should be made to counteract opposi
tion party Influences at ever) point, In
reason and out of season.
What Is being done by the Republl
Is it not true that the Hepubllcans
are placing too gicat dependence on
latter day conversions' Are the) not
banking too heavily on what they hope
to do, or the vote this, that or the
other candidate ought to carry when
the enthusiasm of the campaign is In
full swing, and neg'i ctlng the hard,
toilsome, appurentl) thankless duty of
the hour? Are the party leaders and
managers in touch with the political
ttatus of ever) voter as they mutt be
In older to start In upon a thoroughl)
effective campaign when the platform
and candidates are Anally put before
The Ilulletln puts these questions to
the part) because It believes the man
agers will make a sorry mistake If the
great mass of detail necessary to a
successful canvass Is put over to tho
fight weeks following the conventions.
Successful politics means doing poll
tics as a long game It Is exceptional
for a preliminary house to houso can
vass to be overcome by the appeals Of
arguments from the stump. The work
must be Incessant. And In order to J
make the efforts of Breakers and candl-
dates count to the bet advantage, they
Should know the exact party strength,
the location of weak points and tho
reason (or them the moment the con
volition closes Its labors The party
that has to devote one week or two
weeks of an eight vviek campaign to
the assembling of Its forces Is shoul
dering a tremendous task, one which
will be entlrel unnecessarj If proper
plans for perfecting the organization
are tarried out In proper lime There
Is no occasion for District committee
01 puiinct clubs to wait for the mvv
Territorial committee. Whatever the
party policy or the Territorial comnilt
tie plan of lampalgn, the data to work
with ought to be piepaied, and th"
District committees should be responsi
ble for the campaign In their seernl
seitlons. The Home Ittiltrs are at
work This Is no time for Uepublleniis
A NEW SPECIES OF IMMORALITY.
Moral codes have received several
(eveic shakings of late, and, as might
le expected In the line of modern here
slcs Count Tolstoi takes the lead In
npctting well established conven
lions. None of the latter has been
nmre fixed or potent than the meed of
pulse accoided to the altiulsm of the
priesthood. Whatever the faults Inci
dent to their calling, or whatever tin
Immoralities to which the) have been
peculiarly liable, all have been visual!)
atoned for b) the fact that their aim
has been purely altruistic, and that
the) have been actuated by a desire to
"save souls." The Russian sage, how
ever, now conies forward with the dic
tum that the whole business of saving
touts Is thoroughl) Immoial, and In
his view a greater sin than pride "No
man" he sas is called to Instruct oth
er, but the dut) of each Is to perfect
himself In truth nnd love. Kor It Is
only b) his own perfecting (with no
thought of othrs) that man can In-
lliicnce others" The best wa) for a
priest, the Count sas. to get out of
his fultc situation, is hcrulcall) to as
semble his Hock nnd before them make
open confession of error In having led
them .iBtra). He timber dcclaies that
In his view a greater sin than pride 's
to s.i. "I inn heln others to live will
and to save their souls "
Apait from the fait, that there ,s
""" trl ln tl" fount s contention
that every man who arrogates to him-
(,,f Ul(, J0,c ()f ,, ,rj , ,
hftlM relations prevents him. while
lie would guide, fiom entering Into
thoe direct Illations lilt li ale tin
ver) essence of religion, it is eas) to
iiiiouut for these extraordlnur) inter
ancis as the uatui.il usult of icaetloii
In the mind of an i a mist and able
I'totifctant born in a laud which has
the reputation of being the worst
Prlest-rlddin couiitr) m on the face of
ine Kiout. ins uiiuui nt'cuii'i." iiiifivM-
,,,,., w)lcn wc ,, an C(.,,0 of
m, cntlmciit on the other side of the
Atlantic, in a legion especlnll) exempt
rr' lrletl domination The fact that
long ago HmerMin pointed out the fu-
t(J of (If)nB tMnw f(lr ,.Naln,,,,-H
M,L.lt tho pollc) of affeitatlon never
having been In the least cite, live in lin-
proving Hie eonuiiion o niaiiKiuu. may
perhaps have prepared the ground In
New England for thesi- latest ethlial
heresies We nnd, fin Instance, a
prominent Tloston p.ipi r lending its
columns to the cumulation of the doc
trine that It may be giosl) Immoral
to live up tn one's highest pilnilples.
if such prlmiplis Involve a i Miming
amok amongst those whose lives are
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of whiih the) are not sine I hey In
vidiously Invade the premises of good
I) primitive people and ruthlessly
trample upon their tiudltlons. beliefs,
superstitions, and feelings. Wo shut
people out of our tommy, and then
send missionaries lo offer them fieu
admission or standing room In our
heaven. Heedless that their bodies are
starving, we tome and ask to let us
save theli souls. We forget that they
have a right to their lellglon, to their
wa) of non-thinking to take the medi
cine they like; that their method of sal
atlou Is best for them,
That human hopes and human creeds
Have their roots In huniun needs
We forget thnt they have Just us much
a right to wear their mental corsets as
we have to wear ours, or, If )ou wish
that their beliefs are as true to tin in m
oiiib are lo us Wo foiget that they
speak to (iod In theli own language
Wo go forth among them and mock at
all that Is holy and dear to their
Of course, missionaries, like all agi
tators, are clc voted people living up to
their ver) highest pilnciplcs, and we
all mean well, hut this sou of busi
ness, this Invasion of and utter din
regard for otheis, is grossly Immoral
To eouit und mlnlstir lo the needs of
cannibals und brigands Is too much
altruism on our part, and this exces
sive phase of It Is w liked and hurtful.
The writer, curiously enough, comes
out stpiarcly upon Tolstoi's ground
when, In discoursing upon happiness
for others, he holds not only that It Is
not right to force It upon others against
their consent, but also that It Is wrong
to do It at the expense of ones own
welfare Hero again wu have Ilmer
son's teaching that unless a man docs
what he can for himself Hut. ho is not
Justified In tr)lng to manage othei
lives upon a bettei basis If he esMiys
the task, even from the highest pilu
clple he Is wofull) misled by that
The upshot of It all Is that what has
been heretofore held us the highest
type of morality Is sought to be lele
gated to the lowest placo In the code
the dictum of the modern law read
ing 'If he loseth the world wbuc
shall It profit a man that he galncth
bis soul?" or In other words, of what
earthly use Is a soul without a wicked
world to use It In?
If now one asks wherein Is the prac
tical advantage of thus making a
topsy-turcdom of the generally ac
cepted laws of morality, the answer Is
plain that no such extremely new posi
tions would bo advanced were It not
for the excesses of thoe who persist
In tunning the old ones Into the ground
and If the whimsical protect made
against such excesses does but result
In awakening us to the fact that most
of the harm In this world Is done bv
the well-meaning people devoid of tact
and by the high principled people lack
ing In judgment and common sense. It
will serve a most admirable purpose.
MILLIONS INVESTED IN SMOKE
New York Commercial 1
To the members of the Antl Smok
ers l.eigucs. who mane sihii violent
opposition to the use of tobacco In at.;
form, It will be Interesting to learn
that 'lie United Stntes of Amend
grows approximately, one half of nil
the tobacco consumed In tho world
Thlr Is. par excellence, the great
Ftnokc ptodiiclng country. We not t'.i
1) use millions of pounds of the weed
for consumption ourselves, but we ex
port It to the uttermost bounds of the
enrth, to provide consolation (as vvf
assume) to all races of mankind Dur
Ing the fiscal )ear of 101'U we exported,
according to the census stntlstlclaM
.It-LCoo (it pounds of unmanufactured
tobacco to say nothing of the mllll"
of American made cigars- and -Itir-ettes
with tvr.i'h we ilcliihi0 tli f-r-clgn
markets Our tobacco trade Is
one of the most valuable of our com
mcrelnl resources, and the clouds cf
smoke that annually are puffed frnt.i
the human throat provide for us nn In
come of millions of dollars ever) yei.i
Under these circumstances the oppo
nents of the smoking habit find then
selves confronted b) a very strong foe
They nn- fighting not merely a custom
that the) regard as pernicious, but a
commercial condition that Is of great
benefit to the country at large, adding
as It does, vast Bimis annually to out
The figures presented by the Census
Plureau are remarkably significant.
The totnl production of tobneco In this
countr) during the )car 1900 amount
rd to 8CS.1iil.S75 pounds, vniiied at $"iC
91)3,011'), or an average of f! C cents per
pound An area of 1.101 t&3 acres, n
brai Ing 308.317 plantations, was do
voted to the culture, and the nvirag"
crop was 7SS L pollnds per aire The
product exceeded that of 1S90 1) .I".1
dQi',1,2') pounds showing an Increase In
tho decade of 77 8 per cent, which Is
certainly a i icdltable letonT. Tobacco
was cultivated In every Slate and Tei
rlloiv of the Union, except Colorado,
the District of Columbia. Nevada,
Rhode island and Utah; but except m
tho lanes of the Southern States t e
culture was lompaiatlvcl) of little In'
purtuncc ln mil) eighteen Stntes i! I
the crop exceed 1.000.0U0 pounds Thir
teen States report n irop of over o.
OiiO.OOO pounds, eight Stntes over Zti
000,000 pounds, and three moie thm
lOOnon.oun. Virginia, which was tha
original tobacco glowing State, has
sunk fiom flist place to thlid, jlelilln;
the pi up -that she so long held to Iii
tuik) which ucTilcved her position n
The five leading States In the value
of their ilgar and tlKiP'Oe products
In 1900 vvimo New York. l,euns)lvnnl&
Ohio I'liirldn and TTIInols. New York
proline id mure cigarettes than ativ
othei State The value of the pioJ.
tuts of these Stntes Is pluced nt $111.
3S4.'13 m 0ri." per tent of the total
product of the countr). The total mill-
iifaitme of i Igum nnd cigarettes In tho
iiiuuti) was 9 "lOii.onn 000, nnd to man
ufacture these IIS noil 1)110 pounds if
llobnccn ueie absoibecl. The Kmpliu
Stole piodmed I.IRtMlJU cigar
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cites, liglnln i4.' 0310 SO, North
Carolina i.DIM Slu, UniUtinn IS,
2 1'l.Sim and California. Jl u22SSO TL
total pioiluc lion of these tlve Slates
was I 218 471 ',40 foinilng 'is 8 per
cent of the nggu gate production of thu
In the manufactures of tobacco r
capital of (124 089 871 Is Invested, nnd
tho value of the piodmts In 1900 vvls
DIVERSIONS OF NOME.
St I'.lili Olobc
Infoi iiiatlon which has latel) come
In b) steamer from Nome Indicator
that a gnat deal of linnet cssarv worry
and s)mpath) have been wasted on
that fill -aw ay Northern munlclpallt)
While the people of Seattle, St I'uul
and Shakopie have lit en wondeilng
whither fi lends In Alaska Were fnez
Ing to death in passing over the st)x
foi want of food the denizens of Nome
and Candle City have been enJolng
winter files of vailed character.
A coiiesponilent at Nome wiltes a
glowing account of a loof garden per
fonminie In nilelw Intel l the Knights
of IVhl.u (lull He asserts that the
hull vviis uuiile to lepiesent mi Atlantic
Const roof gaiden In the suiumei sea-
ton, hiatleieel ulioiil the hall were
palm litis Chluise lanterns and arti
ficial willows I he ladles wore light
frocks and the men were attired In
duikB slilit waists and straw hat
All thoi-e pi cm nt me said to havo en
Jo) cd themselves until after midnight.
no doubt Imagining the) were eating
wnlerintlons und sipping lemonado and
mint Juleps At the veiy moment the)
were doing tills, however, the wind out
side wits howling und the mcicury was
down In the bulb to 40 below zeio
This Is cheerful news, Indeed, and
clearly Indicates that a Yankee Is
hound to have a ' hot time ' In spite of
any weather conditions with which he
may have to tope
James Sims of Cuzenovla, N. Y
celebrated his loot li birthday uuulvii
p.iry lecentl). He cat his Hist vole
for John Quint) Ailams for President.
Dr Surah lliown Ilelcher of New
Yoik. a bactcilologlst of great ability
Is titdllcd with devising means of
making the smallest dairy farm as pure
as a source of milk supply as thu large,
completely equipped farms backed by
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(mti) nt tin City if iWw mk U compltej with all tO reti t Tt-menH I law to I
iibrncJ by uh lutrorillMn n rrlm rpiratln anJ that It l ju hortrJ to tumscl
Ifip bulnni ut Lite ItiMinn.r a pii IticJ IntiVf-frst Sub Jivlfon nf Sri lion M?cnt
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to t-ntruit'J to It
In Witn Wtwrent I have ttrrrnnt 1 ubvitlbJ m narrr auJrauMJ
I S m OftHul Seal tuhe jttifd In JuplUate at the CU ut Altaii) n
on the da anJ e,ir first ahnt written
Sur-fflnttrttlei t ft Irf-utance
TOTAL ASSETS $ 5,790,400.73
NET SURPLUS 466,885,43
DEATH CLAIMS PAID, over $50,000,000 00
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elunui'iil Atcuiit. 'I orrltor. of ! lut nil, .USI'UHI'.ST.
i.iin:iti, ti:ums maim: with ki:i.ih..i: and KXEnunr
THE DRINK QUESTION
Tho ell Inking habits of the people
bid fair lo beioine the subject of legls-j
halve ii'Kiilatlun In Cmnan) us the) ,
hive lately heen In Traiiie savs lliej
I'hll.idelphla Heiord. A icMilutlon bin
be'eii pnipo-ei and adopted without op !
position In the Prussian Diet mpiesM
Iiik the 111I11 1 "t rj to prepare .1 bill to lin-
iom mm c rlRlel restrli tlons on tlei
Iltiior ti.illlc Count DouKlas a ik-l
si mlii 111 or ,1 Siutch koMIi r of fin tune
who hiilimltted the resolutliiu elul.md
that while he Is not an uliKtalnci ami
likes 10 ell Ink Rood heel or wine on
piopir iiecislous he I' nevi ithi lers
dwnplv luipiessed with the 1 11 Jill 111
llle 11 el in (icrmuiiy by ixeesslve cou
Fiiiiiptlon of alioholli liiviniRes lie
nssertid that the (leiinans spend .1 -OuuuuOOUii
in.u ks ($7.rU.UilliUllO) a en i
In diiiik, twite the uinoiint of the om
blueel iiini) nnd n.iv) biidRets One
lliliel of the inmates of Ihh.iiic as)hiniK
in (ii'iiuaii) are victims of luteiupei
anic. Ml pei cent of the Idiots are tha
offxpiliiK of Intemperate patents, and
the niinibi'i' of persons tonvitted of
crimes bus Increased fiom -!!'J,'.M'J in
188J to 47S.13'.) In 1809
In the statement of Count DoukI.is
that the United States was fin moie
advuuted in the muter of reform legis
lation with respeU lo the drlng habit
Is open to some correction We havu
liiohlbltlon local option, lilnh license '
and (itiveinmi'iit dlspensar) laws In
the vui Ions Stntes, we subject spit Its
wine ami beci to far heavier taxes
than dins uny othei tommy, hut the
icforuiator) effect of surh legislation '
n bethei legulutiie oi lestrictlve. is 3
mutter of controversy 1 Is not no-'
tlie.ible In na) Kltat re due Hon of tha
ipiautlt) of beverages tousumeel, Olll
clal Blatli-tlcs of tho money ixpcnded
for drink In the I'nlted States are not
available, but taking the census f.guies
of the quantities distilled, mult nnd :
various lliiiors consumed nnd reducing
the gallons Into dollars at their approx
imate it tail value, the liquor bill of tho
United States runs up to something like
$1,000 000,000 u ye.u. Adding 50 pel i
tent to this to arrive at the cost of the'
drinks as sold over the bar it will be i
seen that this nation spends twice as!
mm li hh the German for this Hem.
Wu are nearly twice as numerous a
people as are tho Germans however,
and the price of drinks Is much higher
In this country, moreover, the average
earnings of Amcrlcuns are greater Thu
figures quoted by Count Douglas, there
foie may well give German statesmen
foiul foi thought. It may bo Inferred i
fiom Count Douglas' remuiks that In1
Germany, us lately In e'runee, there,
has been observed a tendciuy towaiel
mi enlarged consumption of anient
spirits The remedy adopted by thu
I'tenth Government was a i emission oi
Internal tuxes on wines nnd a heavy
Incieasc of taxes on distilled liquors,
and tho effect has been as expected
brandy has been superseded ns n drink
to a largo extent by wine, which of all
alcoholic beverages Is the least noxious
A similar treatment of the problem by
the German Government Is not possi
ble Wine grows only In a comparative-
THE GERMAN PEOPLE
I) few illstihts nf the Gem. mi emplie
and an) enioiiingement o the con
sumption of beer to offset m liuapps'
would piobabl) not bo deemed desli
nble The qiiantlt) of bei i roiisumed
p.iitii ulaily In llavaiia, Is pioillglous
and Inordinate blbulatiou of this heve
i.ige (Iiiiiik nil enough when taken
moderate!) ) brings In Its tiuin evil
to the human hod) anil inlnil almost
If not quite .is tlegfiii latlve us those
whli h Hon from excessive tippling of
liihl how the Prussian Government
will unit the pioblem lemnlns to be
seen 'I lie question Is of world wide
Inteiest ami evri) expulmrnt in the
legul.itlon mid rostilctinu of ell Inking
adds something to the sum of human
know ledge nnd will be aldful to legis
lator who may have to dial with the
tame subject While the cultivation of
good habits and depot tment Is moie
jurlle uliiil) n m.itlci of murals, anil
Mibilet) iiinnot be cnfoiced li) acts of
li.ii llainent, still the mandate of the
law may usefully supplement the per
suasions of moral!!) , and It Is to the
inteicst of all to discover what are the
legal helps that nto most efficient In
pmmotlng the temperate use of stimu
lants. Colonel Henry C. Demmlng, who is
lonnected with the United States Geo
logical Survey, has recent!) mado a
remarkable suggestion for the securing
of hint und steam fiom the centei of
the earth, lie sa)s that tho tecent
Mdsmlc outbreaks have again tailed
attention to the awful power which Id
wnlled up In the centei of the earth,
nnd whli li he thinks should he made
use of by man to supply his wants. He
calls attention to the fait that at I'ltts
I'liig, wheie the deepeht hula bus been
made a supply of hot w.itei Is alwa)s
available This hole Is fiOOO feet deep
and he sa)s that If It were made 3000
feet deeper steam could be secured
In outer to utilize this heat In a prac
tical manner ho would dig two holes
located not far from eat h other, and at
a depth of 12,000 feet connect the two
by means of heavy charges of somi
explosive. Ho sa)s ll would then If
possible to pour told wuter Into one of
thcfcc holes and It would flow out of the
other, having been heated to the boil
ing point by Its passage thiough the
She Wh) I thought the sermon le
rnnikabl) blunt. I'm burpilsed that
on should consider it long
He Hut I wasn't wearing a new bon
net to chinch for the first time with tho
consciousness that all the other women
were looking ut It. Philadelphia
The Nuiso Yes, we kept )Oii alive
foi time weeks on milk punches and
The Patient Just my luckl And 1
was unconscious all that time,
5 How It shocked him
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Hules and regulations furnished up
BISHOP & CO
Transact business ln all departments
Collections carefully attended to.
Exchange bought and sold.
Commercial and Travelers' Letters
or Credit Issued on The Bank of Call
fornla and N. M. Rothschild & Son
Corretosndents The Bank ef Call
fornla, Commercial Banking Co. ol
Sydney, Ltd., Lendon.
Drafts and cable transfers on Chins
and Japan through the Hongkong
nnangnai uanxing corporation an
Chartered Bank of India, Australia and
Interest allowed on term riennnltn at
(he following ratei per annum. tIj:
seven aayi' notice, at 2 per cent
Three month, at 3 per cent.
Six month, at 3 1-2 per cent
Twslve months, at 4 per cent
Act a Trustee under mortgage.
V'-iage estates (real and personal)
Collect rents and dividend.
ValtlnlllA minora tVIIU Tl-Am mtm
received for safe-keeping.
Auditors fnr Pnrnnrfttlnna and D.4
Book exnroined and reported on.
Statements of Affair prepared.
Trustees nn Rnntnent ap IninU.M
OFFICE, 924 BCTHEL eTREET.
TlOnnaftft rnrolvAH ami Inu..
lowed at 4 1-2 per cnt per acnum. It
ftPrnrrlnnnA with If til as a, a n..t.
tlons, copies of whlck may be obtained
A fie WTO t?Sn
FIRE, MARINE LIFE, ACCIDENT
" cmrLurtHli' LIABILITY IN
Imurance Office, 824 Bethel Street
Clau Ipreckel. Win, O. Irwlr
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU : t T. H.
Ian Franetu.A l.i.l, Tt, w
rada National Bank ot Ban Franclico
an Francisco Te Nevada Na
tlonal Bank ot Saa Francisco.
London The Union Bank ot Lob
New York American Hxchange Na
Chicago Merchant' National Bank
Paris Credit Lvonnal.
erlln Dreidner Bank.
Honolconn BnH Vl..b.M. tt.-
kong-Bhanglial Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Uani
ot New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank o!
British North America.
Deposit received. Loan made ot
Traveler' Credit "iiiued. BUI of x
change bought and soli.
voiiecnon Promptly Accounted For
Pioneer Unilding and Loan
ASSETS, JUNE SO, 1Mf, W0.WI.37
Moiej loaned on approvea security
A Having Bank for monthly deposit
House built on the monthly Install
Twentr-thlrd flrri.i nf an..k .. .
OFFICERS-J. L. McLean, Preil
?.eaU ' A' Wilder. Viie Pre.ident
(J. B. Gray, Treasurer: A. V. Geat
. "" STO"8 3T. L. McLean, A
A. Wtlilnr A V n.. n i.
J. D. Holt, A. W. Keeck. j. A. I.u
Jr, J. M. Little, ti. 8. Boyd.
A. V. QBAR,
Offlc noarn: 11:Z01:Z0 p. m.
The Yokohama SpeCie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Ten H.OOO.OM
Paid Tin rVinftnl vAn oaaaaa,.
Reserved Fuad Yen 8.710.00n
HEAD OFFICH, YOKOHAMA.
lection TlHIa nf Prvrinnira !...,. r... '
and Letters of Credit, and tranweti i
6"u?iui uauKiug Duiineif.
INTTrnicaT AT T nnrnn
On "led p'er cent ,
DP0B,1o' V6T n,"l
For 12 months 4
For 6 month it
Branch ot thr Yokohama'specle Bank
New Republic Bid., 11a King Stree
General Manager of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United State for tie
OFFICE, Merchant Street, Honolulu.
THE DEUCE YOU SAY
Come In and piny
PING PONG - TWO TABLES
HONOLULU BOWLING PARLOR
Fine job printing at the Bulletin
Agents, Broker and Jobbers.
W. G. Irwin & Co.
Western Sugar Hennery Company ol
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Phila
delphia, Pa, U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cano Shredder),New York, U.B A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'i Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross & Sons' high grade Ferti
lizers for Cane and Coffee.
need's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER KOR SALH:
Parafflne Paint Co.'s P.& B. Palntg ana
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled.
Indurtne (a cold-water paint), In white
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co,
The Kohala Sugar Co.
Tho Walmea Sugai Mill Co.
Tbo Fulton Iro Wo, Vs. St. Louii. Mo.
The Standard I.U Co
The Ceo. F. Blak-, Iiceam Pump.
' The New England Life Insurance Co.
I of Boston.
.The Aetna Fire In. Co. of Hartford,
, The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
ALEXANDER & BALDWINitd
II. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle First Vice President
. W. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Free.
I J. P. Cooke Treasurer
iV. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. R. Carter Auditor
j Sugar Factors and
I Commission Agents
AGENTS for Hawaiian Commercial ft
Sugar Co., Haiku Sugar Co, Pala Plan
tation Co., Nahlku Sugar Co., Klhel
I Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co,
Kabulul Railroad Co,
Wm. G. Irwin & Co
Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Manager
ClauB Spreckels Vice President
I W. M. Olffard.. Second Vice President
III. M. Whitney Jr.....Treas. and Sec.
,Qeo. J. Ross Audltci
j Sugar Factors
i AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
LIFE and FIRE
Insurance - Agents
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN-
8URANCE CO. OF BOSTON.
AETNA FIRE INSURANCE COM
, PANY OF HARTFORD.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Bwaan Agricultural Co., Ookala
, Sugar Plant. Ca.. Onnmnn flimnr n
Honomu Sugar Co, Walluku Sugar Co,.
Mnliee Sugar Co .Haleakala Ranch Co ,
The Planters' Lino of San Francisco
Packets, Chas. Brower & Co.' Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS:
O. M. Cooko, President: George
Robertson, Manager; E. r. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Wa.
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO.,
are now offering tho famous
at suth low prices that you cannot af.
(fold to let tho opportunity go They
eaie fco root nnd tho price s,o comfort
able that they seem made foi this
the old Sewing Machine Agent, 1 still
In business at 942 BETHEL STREET.
8toek on Hand Standard, Domes
tic. National, Seamstress, New Home,
Household, Expert and Vlndex.
Call and see. Try and buy.
j The weekly edition of tho Evening
1 Bulletin I the largest and beat pub
llshed In the Territory. Sixteen and
'twenty page. 1 a year.