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EVEXIN'O DULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., FRIDAY. AUGUST 15, 1902.
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Per year, postpaid, foiclgn lSU,fr the defendant" The follow lug Jury
'telephone . . .
KRIIMY XfOIST l.V lit".'
, Title leu odtiilned d) the police In laid-
Out of the wldls of Montana has lug the ptetnUes where the gamdllni;
come a woman with the pleliel.ui name was alleged to hae deen iiiminlttcel.
of Slaiv M.I..HH- who hn ntliten a'Ilc recalled a ruling of the plodding
.. , , i Judge In a Waliilua aHJUIt ease,
book glowing with a wa.mth and color (lpn(J (1.i( n)mI(, fcc
that puts this iing lad) defore the,lnllnB a, ,,,,,,,,,1. ne ,i,.lleied a lee
world ns no ordinal Miuy. Alio wiites lure to a plantation 'una for hating
of herxlf with such sizllliR force and fonlblj enteied a l.iboicr's loom and
oilglnallty that she has liecunc the.
nine days wnnaer oi moucin iiierjiuic. Mr. Thompson then died Judge
She appears to hate ntudlcil her own Huinplirejs as ruling that evidence
physiology and anotomy with temark- pronued dy ollii.-m lu a plate Ihey en
able atteiulon to Inlornal delnll willed '"''l without a search wamint was nov
puts the losebud lips, dew Itching forms ju,l8l1UJ),;;tli(t Mng agM (M m
and lote-mc-wltli-thlne-oes of ong ,,non 0f t1H uuecittlon. said that II
nnd story into the daikcn.'il depths of j legality In the manner of procuring evl
shailc. She llnds a world of Inter-! d'nie did not make such evidence Iliad-
est In liers-lf anil dlscouies on her ! '""IWi ...
Judge (leai took a recess foi ten mln
own 'sweet body" and lu wonderful j Iltt.B , ool hlt0 ,lle IllleM)U. ()lI ..
graceful meehaolsm" In a 1 ilptito turning he quoted at length fiom
teln of which this Is a fair sample (lieenleaf on lMclencc a New llainp-
"My bound, senslllte liter reals i
gentij within its thin ellow dlle in
M i.lm. beautiful .to.ua, 1. i-llcntl) .
sings, as I walk, a song of piuie
'M lungs ,-utiliatcd with inoniitalli
csonc and the perfume of the pines
expand In (ontluuons eestiir.
"My heart In litis like the iiutxli of
Schiirinan In easy, giuieful iliylluu
with an undeilone of potter.
".My stiong and seniltlte tie. ten aio
reeking anil swimming lu uciisiiality
like drunken little H.ii-liiinles, gaj and
carlaudeil lu mad retelling.
"Present! i He Hut on my back and
strut. h in lithe bllinn.Bs to Its utmost
like a mountain lioness taking her
comfort. I am lnle.is.l thankful "
ine uc-tn lor in i kumi n-iis .wee iiil-
f till me of iheni umlei a slioit skirt,
when, as now. the) i.ury me out be
jond the pale of dUllutloii. ,away
fiom tliesoiue dull people. 'Ihei is
nothing lu the wmld that can become
maddeningl) weailsome as people, peo
ple, people. '
As a ipleler on the ecfclac y ill hemdf j eishlp. the iletis-lltu iialvel) nnsweied
Slur) Sl.la.li.. has no pee,. She I. ut 'hat It must be some of them as none
. , , , , , I of Hum .siiiped.
peiferl pea.- with the mechanical n.- Jr ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,
rangements of her c-ainal constnn Hon M))nt ttucl i. ,i,.,u,., up ii subse
Only the usual ne esslUi's of exliau I iu nt ciilein e the , oiu i otc n uleil the
eons life set hei Into a twlltei m .x ' odj.cii.ui.
I ci m
Ited rage when she thiows ,i.ijeiiit.
like hi ape shot from Hie cannons!
mouth The fanill) tuntlibiush toi in
stance, throws hei Into a passion of
math, not ln-cau-e the tootliluu It lia
dune anything wuuik Inn b, uu-e of
lt olltlOUSIiess" unci Us llllple.lSHUI
tig(.-stlou of the pitiable bai'i.n, '
contemiillble. dauinable ikiUiIiikik'xh"
of lite. Slat) cries nut against all
toothbrushes ' 'Hi damn them, damn
intra. ' and .Mary Is only iilnet.en )eais
Now Slaiy has gone to Huston to
commune with the swot splrlls of j
h.,.i... i,u.it... i. rii.a i... ,it,iin,,i n i
re.eptlon at the hancU of the pi ess that
that has git en her a place us one of
the sensations of the lioill. She Is
young and ambitious and while bei bllu
ma) he all right ami the ml blood
which (Outses thiough s)uiilioiilted
heait may be ilch and waitn. It won't
take lloatou.su long to teadi her thai
theie aie several attics In her upper
siory that hute yet to be plasteied
with atwage coinmon sense.
WHITE HAS RESIGNED.
Berlin, August J Hmbassadur An
drew I). Will to mailed his leslguatlci
lo the 1'nlted States s'-teral da)s agt
It Is to take effect early In Not ember
Sir. White's redguatlou limy now bo
In the hands of President Roosevelt.
The date set by tho Embassador for
his resignation to take effect was N
t ember 7th. lie Is now at llonibure:,
where he Is taking tho waters and
where he probably will remain until
the end of tho month.
JAPAN MAY EXCLUDE CHINESE.
New York, August 2. Governor Go
ta of the protlnco of Formosa, Japan,
has tislted Kills Island to -study Aniei
lean methods of excluding Chinese Im
migrants. Japan Is said to bo prepar
ing to adopt an exclusion act, aud
Governor Gota is gathering data as to
the munner in which this country hus
tarried out the system of keeping Cnl
ne: trom our ports.
CHOLERA'S RAPID SPREAD.
St. Petersburg, August C Cholera
.Is spreading In Manchuria with alarm
ing rapidity. Toe jjaatus at Uarb-n ptc, being placed at about $10,000 an
anil sr . 0-2astarn China Rallwa-vlnually, Lut the question Is looked upon
i and 130 daily, chiefly C'jVas belnir Infeies ng d n oraat callv.
THE POLICE HW
THAT EVERY MAN'S
HOUSE IS HIS CASTLE
TmA. of rpvtmtffm hniNEt,E
FOR GAMBLING DETECTIVE
KAAPA TELLS OF RAID
Lee Kle and ltrrn oiheis were
draught Into court define Judge Heat
tdls niprnlng under a bemh warrant
to Htnnil their trial fur gambling. V- A.
Douthltt prosecuted, while V. E.
Tlioiiiiian and V I.. Stanley annealed
j empaneled. I). Kuplhea. V. M.
I hla. II. .Meln. It Meek. Samuel I'.u
' lcr. A. Xldiolaa, S. V. Ciook. W. II.
Stone. 1). .McNIchal, V. It. IVxtu. 1..
K, ,.,,, 8o). M.houl.1.
Mr. Thompson, lu the (.outre of tli"
trial, objected to the liitiodiu lion of
' pioeurco .iiunce irminuiug mm ma
he was not loid of the manor.
i shlie case on the nMzuie of lottery tick
ets, upon the sttength of wdlcd lie
lini(iil (1(i , ,,,
Thompson noted an exiepllun.
nMnf ln(. he mn ,,.
he would inform the polkc authorities
that it was a dotation of the constitu
tion of the 1'nlted Stales when an) po
lice ollUei luoke into a place without a
Mhrcli wun.int. One da a iioliieman
would be confronted with a pistol or .1
knife and If lie lit eel to come into com I
for milch he would run up against the
..institutional principle that ccij
man's house was his c anile and must
not lie tiohitcc! without authority of
law. No inhale pieiulscs could be
lawfull euteieil without a naldi war
I runt, willed hIiuiiIiI sie.lf the nameii of
,, lp ,,,, ()f a ,. Uo
slice! lo de uclrcd.
petectlte Kaapa wlille testlf)lug
Icleutllled leitaln aitlcbs as belonging
lo tome of the defendants, but could
noi Indicate- ,in Individual as the own
er. An objection to Ibis evidence was
made and to the i emu's lmiuli. as to
how the wltiii'ss kniiw .llioill the owit
'I oh lii. Japan, Jul) 2. i via Sl.lorU,
II (.'.. Aug. . I -'I he Japanese sloop
KiisjkJ suilid for .Marcus Island July
i:i, luting on bA.ud Mi. Islill. sei iclaiy
of the l-'oielgii Olll' o. tlie object lielfig
lu i each the Island define Captain
Kosclilll left Honolulu Jul) II In a
schooner, so the Kusugi will have no
dilllciilty in i caching her desilnatlor
ahead. The tltal claims of Am. ilia
and Japan lo this speck In the ocean
hate niade a c olisleli calile sill lu Ju
vaii The owucishlp of .Man us Islapd, call
"el Mlnainltoii Sblmu heic. was tangi
bly established by the following an
nouni-fiuent, Issued under Instiiu IIoiij
fiom Hie home ollka under date u'
luly 10, lS'Ji;
No. .",5 notilli at Ion of Toklo-Fu.
An Island situated at latitude 2111
north and longitude 154 east shall be
called herewith .Mlnamllml Shlma and
It, lududed as one of the llonlu giotip,
shall be nuclei the administration of
Toklo-Fu. KUYI2SI2UKA RYO,
(Internal of Toklo-Fu.
July 21th, Hie lhiit)-llisl )ear or
'1 lie oilgln of the owueishlp dalmed
by the Japancsu Is rather dilllctllt
liowetei, to tiace It Is said Mlzutanl
Shlmocku, ihilnilng to lie Hie illscoicr
er of the Islam), applied foi the lea so
of It. Hut tlieie was another npplkain
and a k.cu competition between them
arose. The term of the lease Is un
dei stood to be ten )ears.
In this contest Captain Kawiimuio of
the Nippon Yuscn Kalslia's Ilonin 1st
ami liner lljogo .Main, In an Intel view
sa)s among other things that there am
about fifty Japanese Inhabitants, In
cluding three or fourw women. .Mlzu
tanl Shiniocku, who has two suhooners
for his own use, has been doing a
toleiahl) line business lu catching
birds and llshlng. Ills takes hate been
transported by schooners about 100
toils each, to the main Island of Hie llo
nlu gioup, where they are reshliiped.
One of the schooneis left for .Marcus
Island on July 12th
There Is evident that Amei leans oc
cupied the Island before tho Japanese,
hut they are said lo have abandoned It.
The Island Is not particularly rich, tho
.enllie revenue from llshlng, hunting,
MJ.1'I UtMrV "" '"'.-"' In J
NEW HOTEL dlHY
THE ANNEX PROPERTY
TO HAVE ITS OWN ELECTRIC
LIGHT AND COLD STORAGE
PLANTS AND PLEASURE
Wnlklkl Seaside Hotel, Limited. Is
the name of a new coiporatlon, who
urtlclcs of association have been (lied
In the Teriltorlal Treasurer's flli-e.
H. II. Macfarlane. (. V. Marfarlane.
I. W. Macfarlane. William l.lshmai)
and M, V. V. (lllberl are the Ineorpoi
uturs. The eapllal stock is (.10,000 In
."00 shares of a par talue of $100 each,
with the prlt liege of Increasing It to
250,000. and the term Is lift years.
Among the purposes declared. Im
plied generall) In the name of the coi
poratlon, aie the maintenance of ti
clubioom or bar for the sale of wlnen
and spirituous liiiiors. also of a laun
dry for the use of the hotel and for
public accommodation, the operation of
electllc lighting and cold storage plants
the establishing of a garden of amuc
ment or pleasure giomids, the engaging
In lltery stable duslncs, etc. Tim
usuai piopeity-doldlng protlsloiik are
The eapllal stock Is icpresenled d
the ptopert and good will of the Ha
waiian Hotel Annex of which convey
nnce Is made to the corporation dy II
II. Macfarlane and ( V. Mat farlane In
their Indttldiial capacity and F. V
Macfatlane, II. It. Macfarlane. (!. W.
Macfarlane and Florence I. Macfailunc,
executors und executrix of the estate
of 12. CV .Macfarlane. the consideration
being one dollar and 500 paid-up shares
of YVulkikl Seaside Hotel, Ltd.
The stock Is thus uppoitloncd: II. It.
Macfarlane. O. V. Macfailanc and Ins
tate of 12. ('. Macfarlane. 1K5 shales
each; F. V. Macfarlane, 3 shares; SI.
YV. V. (lllbert and William l.lshman.
1 shale each. Officers and dliectois
ure: (5. W. Macfailanc, president; Wil
liam l.lshman. tieasurer; SI. W. W
The piopcrty taken ntcr by the oi
lioiatlon lonslsts of the followliv
Four leases from the Illshop J2state
tallied at $20,000, buildings lit $l!i7.0.
miscelhiiieous propeity Indudlng fin
nishlngs and stores at $7225 and the
goodwill of Hawaiian Holed Annex at
IS FINALLY CROWNED
K'outliiiicil from Page 1.)
er. lines of people anxious to get
seats ut tho lust moment. Svauy ot tr.u
thousands who walked through the
slice 'is exhibited linmlsliikable signs
ul an intention to stay up ull night in
the liope of securing a free point ol
vantage fiom ulilcli to tlew toniur
row s procession.
ttoikmcu weie still busy putt uj
Hie tlulshllig tone lies to the abdoy Hid
Its apploac lies and eter) cle lull of Ibis
woil. was watched eagerly by the spot
tuners lu an uudruuidtlc suit of v.i
Lomloii lias been transfoimcd b) tlu
uiiilllludes wishing to see ant part oi
tli rcnuiulcH Into a cit) of .ircui em
I. st Tlie lilea o" Kieop oi an aiicipi.
allowance ol limes lor lest has ipi.i
lie u glteii up liy tne x-'npic y; in
sticeiH. unci uiideil)lng this luieiisi.)
ul expeitutluu lliuic Is .1 seiious ii'.-r
(uusness among the niajcirlt) lest tn j
should awuku fiom tliulr shoilo'lcl
siiiintieiK to And the guilt incut oute
incite post poneil.
Among the man) .ncielcnts of th
night one of the most eurioiu oicur
led ut Scotland Vaid. whcie u So.
libit magnate who had leeched a sud
den telegraphic tut nation to be pres
ent ut Wustuitustcr Abbey wllh the
pintlso thai ho appear lu coin t cites (
appeale-d ut u latu hour to thu I'lueo
to In Ip lil in hlio or hoirow the clothes
ue.essai) for admittaucu.
All signs point t.i an oideily clu
Illation under doubtiul tvuathur comll
lions and with public enthusiasm loin
peied b) heuillelt lollef oter the pasa
lug ol the shadow which so lucent!
uwicast the cm pi 1 0
King ICdwanl passed a busy day at
Uiiekiiigham I'uhice and did not appeal
to the public at all. At a late hour
tonight he was lepoitecl as feeling
iultc strong and as looking foi ward
In tomorrow's ceremonies without thu
Acting upon inedlcnl advice Lord
Sallbliury has obtained tho King's pr
inluslon mo absent himself Irom die
coronation. The ex-l'ieinlcr will
shottly leiue for the foutlnent.
London. August 8. A number of tiu
portant changes In the coionariun pio
giiiui were unnouncct2 lodny The "e
(ignition lu whlcu the King is present
cd to the icoplo by thu Archbishop i f
Caulerbuiy as "the undoubted King 31
the realm" will bo perfornied but onco
instead ot loirr tlmrfs, as git en In the
official program. Tho' litany, wlidi
was to have followed tho iccognltlu'i,
will no tho said, the sermon will U?
omitted and tho "To Doum," which
was placed It. tho order ot tho seivico
litter tho pros tiling of tho Hlble, will
not bo given at that time, but will lu
sung during the rocess, at tho clo
o: tho coionatlon office when the Kinj
visits St. I2d ward s chapel. Owing to
the ago of tho Yeiy Rev. Georho Gran
ville Uiadley, tho dean of Wcstmlit
hler, who Is 81 years old, thu King lias
rdlotud him of the duty of placing tho
regalia upon the altar and this semen
will be performed by Cauou Und.
worth, but the dean will present the
crown to tho Archbibhop for tho act
of t oronnllon and will present the c ji:i
nitiuiou cup to tho King. Cauou Dm it
woith will lay the nmpiillu and spoo.i
on tho altar, will place upon Ills MO
csty tlie coloblum elndonls and tha
inrrtiinle.jiclhp.xlnso pii. of,cjo'rt
: fc ib
' . Sl2cs and shapes ndopted by
the Society of American Flor
ists. Standard Pots from 7-Inch up
havo Patent Excelsior, Bottom,
'' which Insures Perfect Drainage.
A large Invoice Just to hand
ex S. S. "Nevadan,"
STANDARD FLOWER POTS
FERN DISH LINERS
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD,
FORT STREET, -J- HONOLULU
Mutual Reserve Life Insurance Co'y
l-RHDCRICK A. BUIJNIIA.M, President
Mutual Reserve ltullillnt, - llrondtvnv, New York
Third Largest Mutual Legal Reserve Company In the
State of New York
STATE OF NEW YORK INSURANCE DEPARTMENT.
Albany, April nt!i, iki
I l"MANC IS Itf NIWU k'S Sup 'fi'irnJrni..l InMitjn. r- )u llcrtt- Letlll, ttul
thf Mutual RrM-rvf I unJ lift Asu latum nfu Antiul Wfvofr l.llr Inurame Com
pjn. ul (Im- ( it ot w Ntifk lu mmplipj with all IIm rptiulirnnrnt PI Ijw in be
tihMTvcJ by mln .upttritln on rrintotrnration anJ (tut It Is anthutlieJ to tranici
tlie buines ! Lite nurjn. a spt't ibrJ In tli-r I irst Sab Jlv Klon itl Srctloi Srrnt
ol Artlrlt II ut the Insurance 1 aw within ihUMatr jnJ thai uclt business ianrtr''
W entrusted m It
In Snnt". Wtwico! I liaxi' tierriintii mK rllej m narre anJ caue J
(I V) m Ottklal Sial ! K' iifnvej In JuplUa'f at the City ot Albanj un
on tlte Jj And rar tirM htt ntitttn
Super In ienJent ol lnurmr
TOTAL ASSETS $5,790,400.73
NET SURPLUS 4e6.885.-18
DEATH CLAIMS PAID, over $50,000,000.00
PRANK L. WINTER,
(lu.iu..l Auu.lt, Territory of ll, till, atSI.OWTSI'.
l.lllliHAI. ti:u.ms JIADB WITH Itr.l.lAII..!-: AM) KNi:uaKr-
j, M,-fc-1 , a 'wzjw fc c rfiTTt'i.'?WiMTyfTyrtT!'j'?yf!??jMirysBiB
DR. TEMPLF, ARCHBISHOP OF
hand It to 1h .Majesty uill put upon
II . Kins arinllla and liupcrlul niuutlo,
will tuKc Hie' mil with tho crtisu from
tho ullui uud deliver It to the ArcU -
bn-hnp for presentation lo the Kiii
ami will lec-ehe the mj r.ym Jlie K,
t'i he l.ikl by him on tho ulur.
KIiik Kduaul held an Inveutltuie at
llmklughani Valaco this afteiqoon and
luesunted oidcrs to a number of thosa
ll( llulnil In lleo i nrnnntlnn lennm-a.
uiuoiik them the Oldei of tho (lailcr o
the Duke of .MurlboiouRh. His Mnjeii
t also lecdvcd Jias Alakounen, the
AUjhhinlaii envoy, und made him a
Kultjlu Commander of tho older of dt
Mn huel und St. George.
DEATHS IN A MINE.
Tiliildad, Col., AiiKUHt 7. A most
fimiioieo explosion occuned this eiu-
nlug ul (i 110 o'clock at No. 3 mine nt
Unwell a small cump about ten mlljs
noiih of this place, lu which thirteen
Ihesaio known to have been lost. Tho
xat number of men wurhlns on "iy
nlKltt hlillt nnil in thu miuo at tl.
tl r .1.. I....I . ',,! nn.. Tlw,
llllll' III I lilt IIIIMIIM U IN 111! II I1U 1 11. 1 IIU
nil,,,. U ,.rll l.v ihn ttnlnn C!, ... I
.'.,,, .,. ..... ... It... ...... .....I la r. o. inj
V.,IIIIUI,J' U t,-,lt.', MUM 10 W B, ',u
mine, situated on the- mountain slilo
uud about 4U0 yards fiom the trpplo be
low. Tho explosion occurred about
S00 feet from tho mouth of the stopj
CANTERBURY, WHO OFFICIATED
PETER SPRECKELS FAILS
,' lleilln AtigtiHt 4 Peter Spiecke.1?.
a UliiMiiuin of thn Sun KianclHco Spic(
wU lumlly Is Hie iirlnclpnl owner ol
Hie pihule biuiKIng Iioiiko of ndouarl
ltocl.hs whlcl closed Its doors op
i'llduj nlth iiskcIh nominally 10.00U,-
Outi niuiku l,r,00,000), and liabilities
of 3111)0 000 iieicr!.-,, .f7r,0ll00k.
HpreekelR, liefoie und sly.: tho fall
ure, inliled lo his Aincilcun relatives
tot help. It uppeuiH that tho Anion
can Spieckcls iumlly kept n consider
able deposit at l.riisdcn, which Peter
Hpieckels nciNv asks lo havo used .'
the beuellt of his creditors.
A VANDERBILT ENGAGED.
New poit, It. I., August 4. ronual
announcement hat Just been made by
Mis. YjiiiIci'IjIU of tho engagement if
''"'' """ '"'Rlnal'l. to Miss Kathleen
JJe son, daiiKhtai of Mrs. Fwdeuo
' ; ' u; "" ,u,ni q'oll Ul "'
oiiii.ii , i.-k.t' IJU HIVVV UJ I'lCUVI't
(iW)linid. MIkh Ndlson was IntroJuc
''l letv llLolIt a J CUV OgO. SllO
uinfililcii'il a ut tat lipmilv Uu
Nelou 1h a ijevoui Homnn Catholic.
Tho hope of making Egyptian cotton
one oi me staple crops of the South
west lias been abandoned lev evnerl
?st Jjas be
- ' -'",
and Trust Co.
OF HAWAII, LTD.
President Cecil Brown
Vice President M. P. Robinson
Cashier W. O. Cooper
Office: Corner Fort and King Sts.
SAVINGS DEPOSITS receltcd anJ
Interest allowed lor ) early deposits at
tho rate of 4 1-2 per cent per annum.
Utiles and regulations furnished up
BISHOP & CO
B.tBbllBlied In 1808.
Trtniact butlness In all dcpartmraU
Collection! carefully attended to.
Exchange bought and mid.
Conimerclal and Traveler!' Lctteri
of Credit (tailed on The Bank of Call
lornia ana n. m. itotbtcblid & Boni
Correipondenta The Dank of Call
'ornla, Commercial Banking Co. of
tydney, Ltd., Ltndon.
Drafts and cable trennlers on China
ind Japan through the Hongkong a
Shanghai Banking corporation an
bartered Bank of India, Australia and
Interest allowed on term deposits at
be following rates per annum. tIs:
even days' notice, at 2 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.
eV-uage estates (real und personal)
Collect rents and dividends.
Valuable papers. Wills, Bonds, eta.
ecelved for safe-keeping.
Auditors for Corporations and Prt
Books examined and reported on.
Statements of Affairs prepared.
Trustees on Bankrupt or Insolvent
OFFICE, 924 BETHEL STREET.
n SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Deposits received and Interest al
owed at 4 1-2 per cent per annum, It
iccordunco with Utiles and Regula
Ions, copies ot whlcu may be obtained
rIRE, MARINE LIFE, ACCIDEN1
AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY IN
insurance Office, 924 Bethel Street
HONOLULU : t T. H.
an Francisco Agent The Ns
'ids National Bank of 8an Francisco
an Francisco Tae Nevada Nn
lonal Bank ot Sua Fninclscc.
London The Union Bank ot Lob
New York American Eichanje Ns
Chicago Merchants National Bank
Paris Credit Lvonnals.
erlln Dresdner Bank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hona
long-Shanghai Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Bam
if New Z aland.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank ol
drftlsh North America.
Deposits received. Loans made or
pproved security. Commercial aao
rravelere" Credits Issued. Bills of Ex
.'hange bought and sola.
Collection! Promptly Accounted For
Pioneer Building and Loan
ASSETS, JUNE SU, 1S01, WO.WI.87
Mosey loaned on approved security
A Saving Bank for monthly deposits
HouBts built on the monthly Inns!)
Twenty-third Series of Stock Is mm
OFFICERS -J. h. McLean, Prssl
"ui. . a. wiiaer, vice President
0. B. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear
uiiiKUTOKB J. L. McLean. A
A. Wilder. A. V. r.ear n u n.
J. D. Unit 1 VO lfaoKk t T.I.
Jr., J. M. Little, ti. B. Boyd.
A. V. OKAJl,
Office rioura: 12:10 i:so p, m.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Paid tin Pnnltnl v. tonn.tnn
Reserved Fud Yen 8.710.000
HEAD OFFICH, YOKOHAMA.
lection mil. of HTchnncA UBa. n...
and Letters ot Credit, and transacts a
general canning business.
On Fixed P., rem
Deposit. per annum
For 12 months 4
For 6 months 1,
Fnr A metnllt,
Branch of the Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., 11, King Stre
General Manager of
THE EQUITADLE LIFE
Of the United States for the
OFFICE, Merchant Street, Honolulu.
THE DEUCE YOU SAY
Come In and piny
PING PONG - TWO TABLES
HONOLULU BOWLING PARLOR.
ctcwtjfcu. ,i,i t,,n ...... ,., , I, J
.im. ruwi. mt
N Agents, Brokers and Jobber.
W. G. Irwin & Co.
- AQENTS FOB
Western Sugar Refinery Company ol
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Phila
delphia, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), New York, U.S.A.
N. Ohlandt & Coa Chemical Fertlll
zera. Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade Ferti
lizers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALH:
Parafflne Paint Co.'a P.& B. Paints and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled.
Indurine (a cold-water paint), In white
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
CASTLES COOKE, Lid
I Commission Merchants
I AQEN'TS FOR
I The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
i The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walmea Sugai Mill Co.
The Fulton Iro Wo Vs. SL Louis, Mo.
J The Standard L U Co.
The Ceo. F. Blak. uceam Pumps.
1 Weston's Centrifugals.
The New England Life Insurance Co.
: The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. ot Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London,
ALEXANDER & BALD WINXid
H. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle First Vice President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Prea.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. R. Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
VGENTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co., Haiku Sugar Co, Pata Plan
tation Co., Nahlku Sugar Co.. Klhel
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
Kahului Railroad Co.,
Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Manager
Claus Spreckel Vice President
I W. M. Glffard.. Second Vlco President
II. M. Whitney Jr.....Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
' AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
wltmTft'& tff' - - M J. J
rr i n tr v i- n- vccy
LIFE and FIRE
Insurance - Agents
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
SURANCE CO. OF BOSTON.
AETNA FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY OF HARTFORD.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co.. Ookula
Sugar Plant. Co., Ononiea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku 8ugar Co,.
, Makee Sugar Co.,Haleakala Ranch Co..
I Jba, p,an'er Line of San Francisco,
Packets. Chas. Drower & nn', 11,1. ni
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C. M. Cooke, President; George
RobertEon, Manager; E. F. Bishop.
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F.
Allen, Auditor; P. O. Jones, II. Wa
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO.,
are now offering the famous
! "Lion Brand"
at such low prices "that you caunot af
foid to let tho opportunity go. They
uie so ool and the price so comfort
able that they seem mado for this
the old Sewing Marhlno Agent, Is stIU
, In business at 942 BETHEL 8TREET,
Stock on Hand Standard, Domes
tic, National, Seamstress, New Home,
ripuscnoia, txpert ana vineex.
wu ana see, iry ana Buy.
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