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at 120 KitiK Htreet. Honolulu,
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of the lliilli'tln Publishing Company,
Limited, being first dill) attorn, on
oath depose and says That the fol
lowing Is a true and correct statement
of the circulation, for tlio week ending
Krl.lay. Januarv ISth. Ifi7. of tlio
bally and Weekly editions of the
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Jan. 12 2612
Monday, Jar. 14 2392
Tuesday, Jan. 15 2412
Wednesday, Jan. 16 2386
Thursday, Jan. 17 2378
Friday, Jan. 18 2410
Average dally circulation 2431
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Jan. 15th. 1907 2507
Number of weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii 1103
Combined guaranteed average
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by C. O. 1IOCKUS,
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fore mo this IVth il.iy n(
ISHAL Januarv, Anno Domini
p. it. nuiiNKTTn,
Notary Public. Klrst Judicial Circuit
JAN 23, 1!)0T
Inuhllllv of corKiiatliius to make n
litlcil onntrlbiitluiiH will nut lessen ill.'
Uilne of u man who call dtllu'i Hi"
lllltr Sheldon's pet bill lo lucirnso
tlio pav of Jurorn Is one that will come
close to tho henrt of ocry mnii who
lias boon tailed upon for Jur dut.v.
I Tlio list of Ulllloil Stales Senntnis
Clorte.l during the last few week
sIiowh no marked doslro on the part of
Slate Legislatures to get rlit of the old
Up to date no one has jet risen with
ii competent explanation us to what
this Lunal low Is all about Isn't it
about time for tlio thing tn he decided
on Its merits?
Kingston refugees have a right to be
wrought up over the follies of a C.ov
irnor who was such mi ass as lo re
fuse assistance finm utiv souicc In
llnio of disaster
Delay of Huropenn liiiniigiatlou
plans until Maidi Is not pleasant Tho
mil) way out, however, Is to wait or
buy a ship Just at present l-ouilnn
shippers appear anxious for Hawaii to
pay tho prlco of u ship without trans
lerilng thu ownership
Without .picstioulng the right of Iho
President to dls.hnrgo tho troops, thu
United Stales Senate will make Us In
dependent Investigation of the lliovvus
vlllo Incident. If this Is not handing
Teddy a stuffed club, then tho Ulg
Stick talk has been n invtli,
There are signs on tho polltlcnl hori
zon which point to Hoosevclt's enemies
ov'cri caching thoniMilvos. In their of
lort tn push him entirely out of tho
nuxt Presidential game ntul destroy
his Influence, tho aro creating condi
tions which ma) force hi in to run
again, spite of all ho has said.
- U 11' I li I '
enough liquor bills are '"'lag P'lt !
t.'t ,(( in t.UllUIIL III" BUIMHISIWIIII
that during tho war ovor meilts, tho.
only chango In tho law will be for tho
worse. Liquor problems aro always
Intensified by tho gang that knows It
Is right, and Is determined to reform
everybody b) merely tho stioko of tho
So work inn) be stopped on the Nun-
nun dam' This will certalnl) ostab-
b llth popular opinion In tho (aiivlrtlmi
tint a bountiful mess has hetti niado
or tlio wnoic business .Meanwhile Iho
, higher levels of tho city nio being
i'T served with Nuuumi mini and n high-
,llft pump which the Territory bought
'JejiU paid for Is rusting out In the storo
,iioiibo. itiu couniy would liuleoil bo
Incompetent that could handle thu wa-
JteV problem of the cltv an woiso
than' tho Territory,
LMarqulM Ito rcccntl) delivered no
address In tho course of wlilih ho
said of 'Korea, "It Is a matter for
sront roKlot that up to Hie proson1
ninny of Iho Japanese In Korea hiivo
bt'Cll disposed to attempt to inonopo
tzo tho riches of tho rountrj, paying
' no uttontlou to thu Interests of Ko
reans, mid evon oxcludlnK the natives
altogether." This, coming from such
nj-hlgh ofllcer, ought to scttlo any
doubt of tho. Jiipaneso eolonlzutl'in
method. No Ideals on benevolent n
slmllutloii nri allowed to Htntid In Iho
(way of Uiolr "clvlllzntlon of 11 con-
JAPANESE LABORERS HELD AT
Thi ilftontlKii In San Kraiiclsco of
tin croud r .lpniuse lici nrsiiliif.ll)
in-. .1 lliiwiill inciVl) us 11 half-way ma
lum tn detent tin1 conlrnct labor liw
Ik llki'l tn have n fat -reaching effect
on 1 In .inigtntluii of Japanese to the
innlnlnnil ami Hawaii
ir events take tlio course which all
liiiiTcsicl Inpan, Hnwall mill the
.incil( an inalnlanil would do pleaifd
III llllllg IlllOllt, It Will IL'HIlIt 111 a
marked reduction In thu number of
Japanese coins to tlio nialiilaml niulj
i1""1" """' clTi-cthu such mcm.iir.-M ns
''' Japanese (Inveriiiu. nt lint. Instltut-
''l fniin time In time lo prevent Itit
i.eopl, frtmi leaving llnwnll
' Tlioio can bo no doubt that tlio .Iiih
.UICSO (lOCrillll011t It. oppOKCll to lllll
. arKP ,)nt,K0 L.n,Krt ( n,v
American mainland It has made rcg-
ulnllonn with tlio purpose o." restrain-
ing those given passports to Hawaii
from going on to California.. Thu
lows of Ambassador Ankl on this
subject liau long been well known
and ho Is continued nt the Washington
Kitrthernioro thoro Is every reason to
believe Hint tho .lup.ilicsc Cioveriimcnt
l pal tlctilarl) Interested In preventing
r.ny violation of American Immigration
laws bv Its iieoplv Hilt III order to
Inko more effective action than Is now
possible, tho .Inpancso flncrnlncnt
must bo furnished with proof that lu
people are ltidoo.1 doing tthnt common
toport and general appearances Indf
rate .Inpiin, while generally oppose.1
to tho emigration of Its citizens to Cal
ifornia, would bo slow to Issue a more
positive edict against such n move
ment until fully Informed ns to tho
violation of American law.
The United States (lovcrnnient iilnnu
can pioiluco tlio proof of contract la
bor law violation. And this seems to
be what Is on foot.
As Indicated by tho citizen whoso In
ton low appears In another column. It
would lie raster to apprehend the con
lrnct laborers In San Krnnclsco Hum
hero, because, having passed tlio Immi
gration olllcors at this port, tho men
would bo off their guard. If not some
what piirfod up and talkative over their
uicccss lu deceiving tlio examining of.
Tho fact having been established
Hint laborers from Japan are merely
using those Islands as u lialf-wny sta
tion to defeat tho laws of tho country,
tho Japanese fin v eminent will bo lu iv
IKisltlou to movo more aggressively In
checking this emigration, which Is a
hourco of double to both countries In
volved 1'r.Kpcct of n second examination at
"-'- (.Konotu'u Hii,
LATEST FROM THE
Kilauea Increasing In Activity
THE BOTTOM OF THE PIT OF HA-
LEMAUMAU IS NOW A LAKE
OF RISING MOLTEN
SPECIAL TRIP BY THE 8. S. CLAU
DINE, LEAVING FRIDAY. JAN
UARY 25TH. AT 5
O'CLOCK P. M.
This vessel will nrrlvo at Kalitilul,
Maul, nt da) light, Saturday morning.
Kioni her deck can bo seen Ml. Hulo
ukiila llslng 10,000 fret out of the sea.
This Is tho Inrgest extinct crater In the
world. A stny of G hours nt this port
enables passengers to visit tho Hawai
ian Commercial . Sugar Cn.'s planta
tion and mill. Leaving Kahiilul tho
steamer ai rives at I 111.) early Sunday
l Ifiicnnrm l.'imii flllri llin ti-lt, l,i Hi..
criltcr )b ,nlldo by rail and stage. Four
days tan bo spout at thn volcano,
which Is Utile enough In which to visit
Iho crater and iniiny nuturul wonders
In tho vicinity
Leaving tho volcano Kilday morn
tug thu return trip fioin Illlo is madn
by Iho 8, S. Klniiii urrlvlug lu Hono
lulu, Satin day n. m., February 2nd.
SPECIAL RATE $52.00.
Iur further luiormntlon npply to
HlM) WalOfllflUSe TfUSt CO., Ltd,,
p. . n. ,1, , ,,
vuiuci ruiiau'i juoituaui ois
Real Estate Dep't,
L1111.1III0 Street $'j0.00
McCully Street $25.00
Emma Street $12.50
Bcretanla Street $1000
Young Street $35X10
Aloha Lano $18.00
Aloha Lane $15.00
Beretanla Street $16.00
King Street $30.00
Nuuanu Avcnuo $50.00
Klnau Street $40.00
Kinau Street $30.00
Matlock Avenue $35X10
eri i" ma
tlio poit of San Kianrlsc.i will nlro
have 11 inornl Inllueiice In chocking Iho
movement from Iheso Islands to Call-'
fornlu Of course It Is truu that 11 Jap
aneso contract laborer who has escap
ed tho nfllcinls nt one port may also,
get through the second poit If ho
knows they aie watching for 111 in The
double examination, however, will op-1
fiato to make more illlUcu't tho pas
sago of Japanese to parts of tho conn
trv where they are not wanted, mull
tend to keep them where they aro
wanted. ' I
In view of the statements published
shortly after the first outburst 011 the
San Francisco school question, It Is'
not a fnr cr.v lo assume that this mitt-'
tor of Japanese labor Immigration li
lecelvlngMho serious attention of the
Japanese and American Governments,
and this detention of laborers nt San
Francisco for further examination ns
to their status under tho conduct la
bor law Is .tone wltti the kllnwlodiro nl
Japan and 11 full iiiidemtnudlng ns la
wny it is done.
It will be gratifying Indeed to this
Territory If this new stlo of Japanese
Immigration Is stopped. The present 1
condition places the Territory In an
unpleasant position heforu thu main
l.nd population, Hint holds Hawaii ro j
sponsible for all (he undesirable Jap-'
anosu Immigrants for no other reason
than because Honolulu Is their la'U
port of departure. It will also do much
to simplify thu labor problem hern.
which has been niado very much more
complex by reason of the continuous
modus and consequent unrest among
tho most staid employees.
This Territory Is necessarily involv
ed In miy measure dealing with .la pall
et e Immigration. It Is theiefore to be
hoped that tho American ntul Japanese
(toverninenls will bo able to reach a
speedy conclusion. If tho ngltntlon ro
tults In nn overthrow of tho Japanese
Immigration companies, and nbsoluto
Government ronliol of Japanese emi
gration, a long slop vll 1m taken lo
ward a satisfactory solution of tho
u BAND CONCERT
K ( if )( tt 1 if M W X tf.
The baud will give a public moon
light concert nt Aula Park tonight,
commencing nt ";no o'clock. Follow
ing Is the urogram:
March "Tho Pcaceiuakci" ...Alford
Overture "Tho Autumn Queen" ...
Mori h "The Isle of Uivo" .. ..Mnke
Selection "The Prince of Pllscn" ..
Vocal Hawaiian Songs, .ur. by Merger
Selection "Oh! Folks at Homo" ...
Intermezzo "Cirorgla Sunset".. lit own
Finale "Swastika" Ilusb
"1 li Star Spangled Ilanner."
F-vr Rent" card on 11U at
the Bulletin office.
Have YOU been In to see
that great lot of
that we are closing out
We have sold many fjar
meriti already but there's
They're the same gar
ment that you have been
paying full price for up to
a week or to ago. There's '
nothing old or out-of-date
CONTINUES ALL WEEK.
WhoseSales ARE Sales
Catarrh of the
Not Always Recognized.
A Celd Settled in Kidneys,
Causing Serious Trouble
Pe-ru-na Restores Health.
CATARRH of tho kidneys Is a very
much neglected dltraie.
It is not until tho dlsrato has a firm
hold upon thokidno.vs that tho patient
begins to realize thatthcro Is soma do
rangoment of thcio organs.
The slight backaches, tho feelings of
lassitude, and other warning symptoms
of kidney dltetso aro overlooked.
They aro not serious enough to dotalu
tho patlont from his regular work.
Kven When ho discovers that the kid
neys aro affected, ho does not recognize
tho difficulty as being caused by catarrh.
Catarrh la sometimes so Tory gradual
In Its approach and Itscarllcr symptoms
causo such slight discomfort that It Is
not noticed. Jt
However, when It Is onco firmly seated
In tha kidneys It becomes a difficult
dtscaso to oztormlnato.
Indeed, catarrh of tho kldnoys Is moro
serious than catarrh affecting somo of
tho other organs of tho body.
In tho kidneys It Is llablo to tormlnato
In Jlrlght's Uisoasoor diabetes, both of
which are recognized as vory sorlous
ailments, It not fatal.
Tho thing to be done, when catarrh of
tho kidneys Is dlncorercd, Is to take
somo Internal, systemic catarrh romeJy,
one that roaches tho very sourco of tho
catarrh and removes tho causo of tho
Such a remedy has been found in
Peruna. It rcsches catarrh, no matter
whero It may bo
located In the
body whother In
tho moro exposed
membranes of tho nose and throat, or
whether In tho remotest part of tho
That Peruna Is at onco tho safest and
most reliable rcmody for catarrh of tho
kldnoys is provun by tho many testi
monials written by thoso who havo ex
perienced its benefits.
Tho testimonials given hero aro only
specimens of tho many testimonials on
our records, pertaining to the relief af
forded by Peruna In sovcro cacs of kid
Kidney Bl&easc of Lon Standing
Mr. Hamuel A. Psxtnn, 1118 Troo't
Ave.', Kansas City, Mo.,' .mcmlior
l.0. 0. 1, slid National Annuity As
sociation, wrllesi "I am a well man to
day, thanks to Peruna. I was troubled
with catarrh and kidney disease of long
standing when I first began using
Peruna. ,, ,
For special directions everyone
thouiJ read "This Hie of Life," a copy
of which surrounds each bottle. Pe
runa Is for sale by the following drug-
n HONOLULU WEATHER W
KWWlrw tf if lOf w if t v l if ir.
.ton 11:11 v- 2.",.
Temp.T.iliiies I! n. in., fi7; t 11 m
W; 10 11. m., 7.1; nn.in, 71; moriiiiiK
H.irnnietor, S n. ni., 29.01; absolute
humldltv, K 11 111., ti.'J.'.l gruliiK pr
.'iihle r.Hit; rulnllvn humidity, S 11. m .
'JO per cent, ili-w Kiliit, S 11. in.. Mi.
Wind i, 11 m, velocity !), dliectlou
i;.; S 11 m., c.ilm; It) 11. m velocity 4,
direction i: iiimiu, velocity G, direction
' Hiilnfull diirlliK 21 hums ended S r.
m ,"S Inch
Total wind m.ivemenl iIiiiIiik 21
hours ended ut noon, 101 miles.
WJI 11. STOCKMAN,
Section Dlieclor, It. S. Weather Ilureau.
IAUKEA SAYS THAT HE MUST CUT
(Continued from Page 1)
vvhv lire working under the Attorno;
flc11cr.1l nil Hie lime, htltl their pay
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MR. ISAAC ROSENZVEIO.
Mr. Isaao ItoseniTslg, 0 Dnmarals
street, Montreal, Can., wrltesi
About three yean ago, I suf
fered with a bad cold. It settled
in the bladder and kidneys, causing
"I tried several advertised reme
dies, but it was Peruna which finally
cured me, and I had taken only a
"I feel that it saved me, and it
certainly restored me to snch per
fect health at I had not known in
"I have good reason to give yonr
remedy my highest endorsement,
"1 soon found I wasgcttlng better and
continued taking It for four months. It
cleaned out tho system leaving mo well
and strong and feeling bettor than I
have In years."
gtcts and will supply the retail trade
In Honolulu, Hawaii: Benson, Smith
A. Co., Hobron Drug Co., Honolulu,
roiiii'i Ihroimh the police department.
I do not mean to my Hint the men are
not neriled but simply Hint they should
he paid tllliuiRli the ulllio which eiu
"In wnvH like this, mid lu the tils
diet Com 1 vvheie the court Interprrl
ir nu.l the court assistant 111 e IhiIIi
paid thiutiRh our departiurnt, the po
lice pn.v mil Is swelled up mid reaches
II Imirc totul nud the people of tho town
wliii lire not fiimllliir with these ronilt
lliiun llilnl, that thcio Is too Inrgu a
police fin ce
"I cxpi'd to mnke mjiiiu iliniiKes In
the wiiIcIich lu Hie tienr fiituie. I luivn
liceii 'forci .1 lo ml down tho vvutclic".
till there me only two mounted offlcerH
to n out Willi ench sipuid nnd have
now de.'ldod Hint It will bo belter to
keep tin' inoiiulcd olllceiH off day duty
mill pint el hem 011 nlRlit patiol. Tln-y
will bo nhte to cover much 111010 urounil
J mid uhoiild In this way make up for
in.' 1,1111111 miiiincr or men whom 1 luivc
to handle the city-with.
'"I shall ufso cut down' Hie number
of nlliceis In the city pinpei, except
In IhoHe srelions vvheie theio Is 11 pop
ulation vvhli h Is llablo to cuiisu dlsturh
nnces. This will nivo more men for
nlKht vvorK. Kven nt iiIrIU I do not
believe that iniiny men nro tecpilied In
the business becllon, hut wo will tnlto
aro of thn entlio city to tho very best
of our iibllll), .
"I Imvo iniide one or two moro
rhiiiiROH in tho force. XlIM, thn Jnp.
iiiicm' npeelal, lias b.eu notified Hint
ho will 110 bo 111 riled lifter Kibruaiy
I, and John J. Kern Iiiih been plven tho
phut of 1:, Tunmey as dilver of the
put ml vv.U'ou," '
Tho court olllieis who nro on the
pnyioll of tho polite department, two
of whom will prohubly bo dlsinlssed
"I." 1111 Ciiivvfnr.l, (iiu'it nsslhtuiit
7r. per mouth; (1, K. Iliihell nnd C
K Hose, nlttic licil to tho Attorney cn
tral'H ulllio, ut J70 nud JD0 respective
ly, and I'iijiI Weed, mint interpreter,
at 1100. Tho dismissals will como from
Hie first time nientloneil,
TO COLLECT FUNDS
(Continued from p.qe 1)
iihlo filcllon 11111011B tho local C'lilncso
aver Hie rriulliig of it on to Cliltia Tlio
tumble vi.ih mainly 011 ncroiuil of to
nil Jealousies between the illlTi.imit
Chinese societies. IJnili was afraid.
hppnicntly, thut tho monoy cniiilui;
fioni it would bo credited to 0110 of Its
Tho meetlnB was called by tho Gov
finnr to settle tho dlnicultlis and to
Incioaso Iho elhcliincy of thn vvoik. A
coiiBldoralilo number of tho prominent
local Chln.'Bo iissejuhlod lu tho Hiiono
room at 10 o'clock tliln morning to talk
Iho mutter over Oovornor Cartor pto
tided, Seciutary Jack Atltlnson asBlst
Iiik litni Tho novcruur stated tho pur
pmo of thn meriliiK, and niado nn inl
dress of coiislileriililo limgtli. o stnt.
wl thai ho thought tho proteul'iH good
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IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FINE WINES & LIQUORS
opiMirtniilty lo tnlk over the affairs of
Chlmi. llo mcntloiuvl nn nillclo
which had appeared rcccntl) In 11
inagnzliiu, wilttcn by ex-Secretary Pos
ter, In which, tin said, somo stnrlling
(acts nro sot forth.
The Oovurnor dwelt on tho nvvnkcn
Ing that Is taking phico In China, both
In tho wny of Intellectual development
and nlong cdiicattnnnl linos. Tho trend
of thu movement, he snld, Is to placo
Chlnn In her proper isisltlon In tho
world nnd bring her up to tho stanj
aril which the world at largo has ac
cepted. Tho civil code Is being remod-1
cleil with this In vlow. With tho ru
hnblllntloii of her courts. China can j
any lo tho other nations of tho world I
that their consular courts nto imii.'C
essary Coming down finally (0 the matter ,
In hand, the (Inventor staled, that tliuro .
nro said to 1 10 moro than 1 5.000,000
people In Klnngsu province who nro
starving and In need or help. I
When the first crop was planted, ho'
said, 11 flood enmo nnd swept It nvvny. '
This innile It necessary for the peoplu
to live on tho reserve supply of food.
They went lo work mid planted n sec
ond ciop, nnd it second time tho Hoods
emtio and wiped that out also. Now
fhoru Is nothing left Tor tho unfortu
nate people to live on and they aro In
danger of starving, Lnrge numbers
of them havo nlready stnrveu to dealh.
The Xlovernor stnted Hint ho under
stood Hint two cents 11 day would suf
fico to keep n human being nllvo there.
Ily Juno tho new crop will be nvnll-
idile, provided no further calamity hnii
pens. That means, hu said, that tho
sum of $3..rii1 would bo enough to save
n human being from denth, nnd tho
Governor stated Hint ho did not he
llovo Hint thero is a man In tho Terri
tory who ennnot put up Hint amount.
What wo need to iln,.hu said, is to or
ganize and iirraugu plans for tho work.
Tho Chinese Consul, Chung Tso Knn,
spoko after the Oovornor, telling of
conditions In China and especially lu
tho desolated province.
At thu conclusion of his lcmarks,
Lie Chow moved that n committed of
fifteen bo appointed by tho Governor
lo tnko chnrgu of tho work. Tho nin-j
Hon was seconded by Ho Knn, mid
enrrted. There was B.inio discussion us
to whether theio should bo any white
men on the committee, but tho (lovcin
or stated that hu thought the Chines.)
would take moro prldo lu hniiilling tho
entlio uffnlr by themselves. I
flovcrnor Cnr.'cr staled that ho
would probably appoint tho rommllteu
by tomoiroiv. Ho will endeavor to
have alt fart Ions represented.
Thoso piesctit at the meeting wcro
Gov ci nor Cnrtor. Secretary Atkinson,
William V. Kwal Kong. C. K. AI. Leo
Chung, L1111 Tong, Yen Chlu, (1. Kim
Kook, Ur. K. K. Loo, Consul Chang
Tso Knn, Tang I.iiiii Mow, Wong Hon,
Leo Chow, (ioo Klin, Leo Let, I.UI11
Mini I'lu, Hung ()iioii, l.iim Say Kun,
L. Ah Su, Ting Kill, Chlug Hhal, T. Ah
Hung, Chow (Jriii, Wun Yuk, Wang
Leong, I'. W. Damon, C. Chuck, Chuu
Chuck Tung, Hhloznvvn, llo Kun.
The tug Knenn, of tlio Miller Salvage
Co., went to I'eurl Harbor Sunday to
wreck tho "Territorial diedgcr vvhleii
has been nsh'oro there for some time,
the disaster having occurred while she
was leased by Cotton Ilros. A number
of sticks of (liimtnlte wcro placed
under the wreck and exploded. Thr
did their work but initio near swamp
ing the Kaena, us she whs too near ;
tho wreck when the explosion (ook
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Royal Insurance Company of Liverpool
Many of the Coiiipntiles which nt
thu memornblo meeting of Juno 12th
voted In fnvor nf n horizontal deduc
tion of "not less than 25." hnve, ni
wo picdlclrd, found It lniKjsslhlo In
sottlo their San I'ranclsco losses on
that li.it.ln mid havo been forced,
though reluctantly, lo pay consider
able moro than nn average of 75 of
their claims. Homo which voted In
adjust every claim on Its merits mid
pay tho snmo "Dollar tor Dollar,"
havo fallen nvvny from that high nud
correct standard nnd havo submitted
their policy holders to shaip deduc
tions from adjusted claims. Others,
wlillo pnylng In full havo, In accord
rnco with Kastcrn usage, exneted 11
cash discount In lieu of sixty daja'
time lu which to ninko payment
The " ROYAL ' has paid every
claim as soon as the amount of loss
has been agreed upon with the assur
ed, In full, In cash, without a cent of
discount. Comparatively few compa
nies have pursued As broad nnd ns lib
eral a course.
Wo havo refrained from commenting
upon tho conduct nf any Individual
company, believing It better to exlol
tho virtues of our own. Tho HOYAL
INSUHANCK COMPANY of Liverpool
hns paid to dato 2J!ir!) claims, aggre
gating C,8Sn,C3!i.88. Wo linvo remain
ing but n fuvv unsettled losses, nnd
these nro chiefly awnlllng authorlm
tlnu of claimants abroad, pinhatu no
cecdlns, or further Investigation :i
lo uctual amount of flru loss.
Tho "noYAL" continues lo bo tho
leading Firo Insurance Company of
tho world. Its annual Income Is over
$15,000,000. Its San I'ranclsco gross
Iosbos were not very much niorosthau
cnc-thlrd of nno ) car's premiums, and
Its surplus, after nil losses aro paid,
will exceed tho surplus of any other
Company In tho world.
It has been building up Its reserves
for years ngalnst Just such 11 disaster
ns cntiio tn San rrniiclsco nnd wan
thorcfo'r nhln lo meet Its great losses
with equanimity. It will rontliiuo to
pursue- tho even tenor of Its way and
will doubtless bo moio popular tliiiu
ever with insurcis.
You nro perfectly snfo lu pulling
vntir business lu (ho "HOYAL." know
lug that It will under nil elreuni
stances be nhlo to fully and promptly
meet Its contractu and that II will not
resort to miy quibbles or shifty pro
tenses to nvold its obligations. Now
la tho time lo miiko iiko of vour op.
Thoro Is no eluding tho Issue; them
nro "Dollar for Dollar" Companies;
thero nro " Six bitters" and thero ato
" Wolchers." Thero nro also Cnmpv
tiles strong, and Conipaulcs weak,
No Company can offer 11 better pol
icy than thu "HOYAL." fuvv ns good.
HOLLA V. WATT.
Manager I'nclflo Coast Department
W.M (1. 1UWIN & CO., LTD..
Agents for tho Territory of Hawaii.
The First of the Year
merchants and all others will want
BLANK BOOK8, CALENDAR PADS,
INKSTANDS, PENS, PENCILS, to fit
up your office. We have just received
a largi shipment of OFFICE SUP
PLIES. As we aro closing out our 8T0CK
CABINET8 same will be sold at cost.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd
J. M. Davis
8EWIN0 MACHINE REPAIRER.
1250 FORT ST. near DCRETANIA.
Sewing machines for sals,
TEL. MAIN 117.
FRESH JAM, JELLY, CHUTNEY and
ISS Hotel Dt.
Phone Blue 14,
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the Bulletin offles.
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