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KVKN'iSd nm.i.RriN, Honolulu, t n, kiuiiav. jan a. vmi
Published Kvorv lmy F.trent Sunday,
at 120 King Street. Honolulu,
T II., lijr the
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WALLACE R. FARRINQTON.. Editor
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Territory of Hawaii, )
first Judicial Circuit. )
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of the llullotln Publishing Company
Limited, being 'Imt duly sworn, on (
oath deposes nnd snjs. That tho fol
lowing Is n true, and correct statement
rf the circulation, for tho week ending
Krlilii) Jami..r t St li inn" of Die
Dally nnd Weekly KdlMons of tho
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Jan. 12 . .. 2612
Monday, Jan. 14 . 2392
Tuesday, Jan. 15 . . ..2412
Wednesday, Jan. 16 2336
Thursday, Jan. 17 2378
Friday, Jan 18 2410
Average dally circulation
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin,
Tuesday, Jan. 15th, 1907 . .. 2507
Number of weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii 1103
Combined guaranteed average
circulation . . . .1JK5S
11ULLKTIN PUIU.I8H1NC! CO, I.'IU.
bj C. (1. 110CKUS,
Subsi rlbed nnd sworn to be
fore me this 11th dn nt
Hi:.I. .lanuar, Anno Domini
P II IlUIlNTTTn,
Notary Public Plrst Judicial Circuit
IAN :"., P.I07
lleentl Is loo good for Jnm.ilca s (!o
ernor Tin ' t-liniild fr him In oil
NlneH-Ihe nillllons fin the Na
sounds liki a ubi.l. lot The louniry
would be better oil If the appropriation
California's dtclarntlou against ad
mission of Japanese to citizenship. In
li repetition of the old stor with tlio
Unking of the Ftale
ltascbnll managers will show good
judgment If the mold a (otupctltlnu
lo put nil the best plaxers In one tcim
i lie publit wants u roulest. not a pro-J
A San I'lauilsn) Jur thai did uoi
ioult all liisurame lomp.uit that
evaded disaster p.i) incut would hao
in seek other climes the da after thol
Another Trans-Paillle line should be
li certain suuess with a stihsid) 8i
liroprlntlon behind it That Is the na
bon wh) llnwnlt should do all II ptii
slht) can to aid subsld bills and cease
lalklug nbout suspension of cgistwlhe
What fools the California legislators
can be. 'Ihelr expulsion of lenreseii
lathcs of a newspaper leads like the
law ugilust e.niiH.ns that Covemor
!'enn packet s Peublvanla legisla
ture tins'cil And nieiuoij still lingers
of where IVnnj packer anil his legisla
tors got to
l,in len Young meant well hut ho was
Inspired h n fake dispatch. If Uinnt
Injunctions are saving Ijinal from tlio
Jnpanct-c. what Is tho status of thu
Progress block purchased for the Jn
piiiieso consulate' Such lurldenls l.i-
cieiite tho public disgust for huncoiul
"'". '"" """" l""u '" "" '"
JU elded on Its merits
MR. BISHOP'S ANNIVERSARY.
llnwnll extends Its liinrllesl con
Cratulallons to Hon C It. lllshop
Much as ho slums spiclal publicity In
connection with his philanthropic
plans In this Tonltiuy, ho Is of to )
kindly u nntuie to icfuso mi oxprcs
klou of appicclutlnii from tho main
who know liln. personally and the
Inuny moro who feel well atipmluted
with him thioiiBh theli knowledgo of
his good works
Mr. lllshop Is indeed a wonderful
man anil a mngnllliint chainttor
ii,yvillt his marked business ability. In
jijIiosheBses wiiat mi many men loso lu
.me unrsu nailer nun smasn ot onry
Jtlay llfo ii klndl spirit towaid man
'kind geiierall What his special m'v
Ito or Inspiration may lie, Is of rmall
iinomcnt What he bus dono will, his
own vnst.fiirtunu and the estalo left to
nills blcwaiilsblll tells the slorv
if. ""-It Is often a souico of conjectim
whether tho particular piople In
i whoso interest tho funds of nilous I
lllshop trusts aro oxpended do or ran
lapprcclnto what Mr lllshop and his
bolovod wlfo haio dono for them
What other, man would lme turnej
'practically his whole fortune over lo
ho used for tho education and eilllght
eiuuOIJt of a slllglo pe'oplu'
iWo cannot say what oilier might
hnvo carried Dili I lie iwiiu- liloa had
not Mr lllshnp Inken the Meld, but
the fnct remains Unit In- In the only
ih who ncteil Ami tin p.- lire ro
many worthy Institutions nlreuil) us-
thhllrlicd in need (if assistance mid
mo" ,,r W0l,Un "'" l ,nou"1 to
contribute more llbcrnllj. Hint thu
lllshop trusts ma iliHrly boclnssel
iik tlio one tml great plillanthropv of
Tlio tint reward pnsslblo has fallen
i Mr lllshop lot Ho has lift")
blessed nllli the health and strength
nl lud utid mind to Ihe nnd no liUi
plan succeed Years hnvo dealt!
kindly with him tnklng nono of tlio j
vigor that .finds pleasure In doing I
thing ' j
Hei nf nil he has accomplished Ills'
nds In a manner that has hi cured fori
hi in tin greatest respect nnd inns"
luartfell esteem without his socking!
Hawaii extends to Mr.
lllshop Its I
kindest ulolin To olio who has Hied
.li these Islands this menus all there
Ik In sav
WHAT IS THE PURPOSE?
It Is hard for die uninitiated
Ii,l-ul ...it III ullfl UI1V fl fill!
I...IK...H.... i.r il... Vii.iai.e .lain Hltu.1 I
tlnii t.v Ihe Legislature Is KK -,,, '
Suggestion of .....Investigation con.
ing from tho ni.tl.orlt put In charge'
.if sift.. 1 I .! fnn t m m uf ill t ! lil ti rt I
t IIIU nvin KMIIi Htvn piFiui;iiiMi
wrong if Ihls supposition Is ror
nct. tho Immeillnto and natural query
Is. Win do not those who will ho held
rt sponsible for tho wink pitch In and
I right tho wrong?
Tho more that l sal
dam. thu more tho business public 'n-,
cllnes to the lew that the dam Is up
to the builders The Legislature sad
died the resiiiisll.IIII when II innile
tin. upproprlatlon Do these lesponsl ,
Me pirsons after two ears of effort
wish to bo unsaddled?
Or Is It a fair siiinre admission
thai n mess has been made of the
whole business nnd the Legislature-
wnl be nsked for uutlmrlt for n new-1
A JAPANESE EDUCATOR'S VIEWS. ,
I Huron I) Klkiirlil former Minister of
1 1'diieation for Japan, siucesstulik e.id
I or the liiteMlewers during his sho-t
,stn In this iIIn He said little wneu
he arrived In Snn I'rnnclscj but h" i
Klle , f(,,mN ,,,.,,, ()f ,,c
Coast view a on the educational prob
lem that arc worth while. Ho snld
"I cuti elenrly se! why objec-
..-. ''Honolulu Hjw.ii,
LATEST FROM THE
Kilauea Increasing In Activity
THE BOTTOM OF THE PIT OF HA-
LEMAUMAU IS NOW A LAKE
OF RISING MOLTEN
SPECIAL TRIP DY THE S. S. CLAU
DINE, LEAVING FRIDAY, JAN
UARY 25TH, AT 5
O'CLOCK P. M.
This essel will nrrlo at Kahiilul,
Maul, at ilaj light, Saturday morning.
Kroiu her deck can ho seen Ml. Halo
nkala rising 10,000 feet out of tho sea.
This Is tho largest extinct crater in tho
world. A stay of ft hours at tills porti
enables passengers to lslt tho Hawal-i
Inn Commercial A. Sugar Co.'h pliinta-J
Hon and mill. Leaving Kahiilul thu
III Anfllfin flltft Alt lift ttlfn ftnlal Ua,B..fna
Innlnr lu ....!,. l.v rM u,,,l ul,.nn l-, l
dajK ran bo spent lit tho volcano, I
which Is Utile enough In which to visit I
the crater and many natural wonders'
in tho Uclnlty "
I.omlng tho olrano Trldny mom i
ing tho I (turn tilp fiom llllo Is madu
by Ilin S S Kliinit arriving In Hono-
lulu, Hatuid.iy it. m.,' I'ofiruary 2nd.
SPECIAL RATE J5200.
l'ur fuilher ll.iormiitloii apply In
Henry Watorhouse Trust Co,, Ltd..
Corner Fort ani Merchant Sts
Real Estate Dep't,
Lunalllo Street . , . .$50.00
McCully Street , ... ...$25 00
Emma Street . . ' $12.50
Ceretanla Street $40 00
Young Street $35.00
Aloha Lane $18.00
Aloha Lane , , .
King Street $30.00
Nuuanu Avenue $50 00
Klnau Street $40 00
KInau Street . . $30 00
Matlock Avenue , $35.00
King Street $30.00
lion should he innili tn .1 ipulu"M
voting men ntlemllnt rilumli with
small children, for It Is ind front
nu educational point it! view I;)
hne ndtilts nnd small chllilieii In
the same grade nnd I HNre wlili
the Snn Krnnclsrn Pcuhl of IMu
cation In that regnrl 1 cannot
linilerstnud, however, a li ill. Me
should he nn nhjeetlou ' penult
ting jouiig .Inpnnesc rhlldro-i to
he with other chlldien ill tin pri
mary and grammar ruli-i. These,
I think, should lie allowed to go
to the public ihol iltiiidtd n;
other children nnd should nut le
Kcgicgntcd with the oidir J innn
"However. I consldc- thr multir
one tn be icasonablv ilenll will.
There Is no need for excitement.
Cool iiutl dellbernle ro.noul'ir
should guide the lln.il iietion of
An AmcrUnn eltlien -.i! 1 l.ot put
n better. One has .vet 'o neer a lywn
of average moral scute vin duos not
support the San I'ljiuivi.ti'. m theli
objection to half grown oi full i.rown
lovs attending the prlmar) schools
with little ihlldrm Meti.tlf's report
upheld Snn rranilsro In this cnniplnlm
and intelligent Japanese nre of tho
llawl111 ' "' rh.uge.1 with being,
Orleutnllzed but It Is like ex-Mlnlsler
Klktichl In Its ln,ilillt to iinderHlaml
", " ' - " - ,
,..., ... nm ',,,,..
CerlaluU Hawaii's (hlldren liae not
become conlnmlnateil by the Japanese
nio more than by the Irish or the
Dutch or the Scnmllhnoxlnu
There Is reason in nil
,1 nbout tho'"'.'! Va'm h"" rtMroth .lc.l.l-
d about the n u not nnd any In thM school mntter
lor no other cause I hail It Is Japanese
who ink them lo kcei cool
!f3f . it if rf'n V u v jt & n if if u ji
"' HONOLULU WEATHER W
rempornturos-l, a m., r,7, 8 n. in.,
,3- " a ' " ""'". 75: inornlnR
H.ironieter, S a m , 29 97; absolute
niiiiiinii. s a. in, fi.4n grains por
ot; relathe humidity. S a tn,
?S kt cent; dew Kltit. S n. in., til
Wind r, a. in, cloclt -I, direction
N' i:.; R a. in, eloell 1, direction
N. i;.; Ill n. m., Miloclty 8, dlnrtlon
3., noon, eloclty 7, direction S.
Itnltifnll during 21 hours inded S
u in , 19 inch.
Total wind niinemcnt during 21
hours ended nt noon, 121 miles.
, WM. 11. STOCKMAN,
I Section Director. U. S. Weather Hureau
An Immense fortune has been left
l .Mr. Cassnlt, who was president nt
the Pcutis)lwinln ltnllrnud Co The
ali f Mr Cassatl's estate Is not less
Have YOU been In to see
that great lot of
that wo are closing
We have to'ld many gar
ments already but there's
They're the same gar
ment that you have been
paying full price for up to
a week or so ago. There'
nothing old or out of-dato
CONTINUES ALL WEEK.
Whose Sales ARE Sales
Abeut 225 Are Already
Booked To Sail From
At tho regular meeting of tho Pio
motion Committee, which wns held
H'sterdn) afternoon at the committee
rooms, tho pilnclpnl matter of discus
sion wns tho I.os Angeles excursion.
Tho special stenmer carrying tho ex
cursionists Is duo tn arrive hero
about tho end of next month Several
communlr.ttlons lit regnid to this mat
ter .were read by Socrclar Wood, all
of them Indicating that the affnlr Is
,'" I" n successful one. About
223 lmu already booked for tho trip.
Thero were present nt tho meotliiK I
Chairman McCandless, .1 r Morgan,
I' P Smith nnd Socrotnrv Wood. .Mr.
Wood read his weekl) report, which
ns published In Thursday's Hiilletln
The first matter considered was
that getting n set of Inntein slides
lllustratho of llnwnll for tho use of
I'nllicr Stark, who offers lo lecture on
Hawaii Tho set would cost about $10
or $50 and It wns tho opinion of thoso
present Hint tlio lews should bo pur
chased for Father Stark.
In regard lo the I.os Angeles ex-
enrston. Ki.rri.lnpi Wfut.l ulni.,.l
n,mt o;,3 excursionists 1.Ma already
lBKlu.(1 ,,,, f(lr ,10 ,rp
up for the trip
A teller from Lloyd Chllds, the !.os
Angeles rcprosontntlto of tho Com-
lulttccj, telling of tho nrrnngementH
tuiiilo h the lem Angeles peoplo for
the securing of the steamer Ohio for
the excursion wns read b) Mr. Wood.
It was In part as follows:
Lloyd Chllds' Letter.
SI Dear Mr. Wood I hno put oil
nrltlng to nii until now as tho com
mittee on tho exclusion were nt sea
In regard to the trip owing to tho fact
that It seemed almost Impossible to'
secure a boat
The committee secured a ten day
jptlon on tho steamer Ohio, now on
the wa In Seattle or near there.
Wo find thai, the Ohio Is an old Iron
steamer fcirpiVrly ,011 thu Atlantic und
running between Philadelphia and
UveriKiciL-fihe waa launched In 1873.
Length 315 feet, beam 45. and sl.o
makes between 12 nnd 14 knots.
She has first class accommodations
for nbout 270, second cluss nbout 100.
Dining room soul, 154. Tho stnto
rooms nro small and hnvo two berths.
Tho eoinmltl(,e,li43 caiiassed tho en-
tiro const nnd. this boat, while not to
our liking In many particulars. Is thol'ho government clocks. Sccretmv
best that can bo secured at this tlmo Wood wns Instructed to Inform tho
Scnrnrlng men tell us sho is a splen-. '-", Angeles peoplo that in any oietit
dli,seaboat and her hull Is without a '"'ere would ho no climciilty In secur-
ntch of mi kind ' ' l"g wharfagu for the excursion steam-
Thu committee has limited the num
ber to go to .100 and up to thu present
time wo haiu booked .about 225, We
can easily book tho 300 hut wo nro
holding off because tho plan of thu'
boat Ii.ib not jet arrived.
Tho rnto has been fixed nt $100 for
the iouiiiI trip. Tho boat to leave San
Pedro hnrbor, February 21 and tho
lounil trip to eoi)sumo twcntv.flvo
clnn. At the speed registered for this
boat she ought lo nrrivo In Honolulu
lliout tho llrst of March.
Romo of the most prominent men
connected with thu Chamber hero nro
on tho list ami altogether It will bo
Iho pick of Los Angeles. Some of th
business men aie going pieparcd to
do business as they have Informed me,'
Pineapple Land for Leaae
22 Acres at Wahlawa
13000 growing pines
Will lea'e for term of years.
Copper Plate Reception
and Invitation Cards
of the Latest Styles
in Correctness of Form
and Style ,
Our Work' Bxcela
TONIGHT !CREAM PURE RYE
Corner Hotel and Bethel Sts.
Tickets, - $1.00
To be had from any of the members
also at Wall, Nichols Co.
Hint that la tho reason they nro ln'.
Ing tho trip.
Chns. Wilson and I hnio oulllned a
plan for tho exhibit nnd will submit It
lo Mr. Morgan iiikiii his nrrhal.
A letter from H, K llonlne. IMIson's
moling picture man. was rend by tlio
Secretary, relative ;n Ihe Ilnwnllun
views which ho ha been preparing
with tho Iden of submitting them to
the Promotion Commlllce. Ho ex
pcclfl, to nnik,y a pioposltlon to the
Committee) lu regard In lecturing on
llnwnll. Mr, llonlne stales that he
has scleral hundred fino Hawaiian
i lews from which ho Is preparing lan
Mr. Wood stilted that ho hail re
ceived a letter from a man in Nowr
York asking when tho Honolulu fair
Is to commence The Pan Pacific pro
Ject, It wns suggested. Is at linst get
ting some niliurtlslug for Hawaii.
Wharfage for Steamer.
Tho matter of wharfage for tho
San Pedlci excursion stenmer wns con
slilered at length A letter wus real
from Frank Wiggins, secretniy of tho
Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce.
nsklng whether or not thero would bo
any dllllculty In securing room nt the
lino and Honolulu whanoa for thu
steamer. It wns suggested that ono
of the navnl dobks might bo secured,
but Sir Wood said It was probable
that tho steamer would bring freight.
In which enso tho nnial authorities
probably would jmt nllnw tho nso of
Los Angeles Exhibit Here.
Mr Wiggins vvioto ns follow s re
garding ii I.os Angeles exhibit hero:
"Do you suppose It would bo pos
slide to secure it storeroom fpr an
exhibition of manufactured mntorliil
end products of this country that
could ho tibod on tho Islands? If so,
at what prlco for tho short tlmo wo
uiu thero? It might bo that nrrnngo
ments could bo mudo so that wo could
lenio It there Tor u while, ut least.
Our object lu tills excursion is to
open up tiado between tho two points
and eventually .klarta lino of steam-
er.-e ' j-
Decline With Thanks.
The PrdpiptlonfCommltteo will not
do any advertising lit tlio siiecliil edi
tion of tlio Now York Conuncrclnl for
which 11. T Wills has bcon canvass
ing. A letter from Mr. Wills wns rend
I suggesttig Hint tho l'l emotion Com
mltteo lake tho Inst pago of tho spec
lal edition at a ratotof $150. Mr. Mor
gan moved that tho secretary wilto to
Mr Wills thanking him for his offer,
but stating that Iho flnnncus of tho
Promotion Committee uro In such
jshnpu that liothng cab bo dono at
present. Tho motion was carried.
Mr. Morgan stated that tho hotels
had been rcquostod to doulilo their
i uhscrlptlcm to tho Promotion Com
mltteo and tho Moaiia Hold had piom
Ised to luciouso Its subscription by
so per cent.
Shrlners May Get Ohio,
It Is posslhlo that tho local Shrlners
may mako nn attempt to hecuru thu
Ohio for an oxcuislon tn I,os Angoloj
for the Shrlner conclave to bo hold
theio in tho spring. Tho following
communication to Dr. Cooper was
rend by the sea clary:
January 15, 1907.
Dr Charles Drjnnt Cooper, Honolulu,
My Denr Doctor; You wrlto mo
that you hnvo booked for tho Paritlo
Mail lluor arriving about May 1, May
(I not mako n suggestion? Why not all
of j mi who plan coming wait until jo'i
bto tho ship which Is to qarry the
Chamber of Commerce excursion
, , .", i
from lioio, und seo If un excursion for
II may notjio had? Thu Ohio is big
jger than thu Alameda, 350 root long
by 15 feet beam, and jou "will havol
I bollovo vou could muko u J 100
lounil trip lulu, with not less thnn ten
lavs hole, lauding wllhlu eleelile ear
reach of this city This steamer u
believed In bo good enough for uso by
: l nc
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION
Rich and Mellow
902-904 NUUANU STREET. PHONE MAIN 308. 1
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FINE WINES A LIQUORS
Hie Chninber of Commerce Coniniltleo,
which means n stay of 25 ilnx on
i ship board.
1 If a committee will nppro.icli this
couiian here, I know It will mean -i
fine rnte. I may bo with this company
nnd would watch out caiefully for
or Inleii'sls hero.
Willi best wishes to in) friends, be
Very truly yotnr,
H. M. IIOYD
Cliiilriin.il MiCnndlcss reported that
ho had explained to the Chamber of
Commerce that tho Promotion Com
inltleo did pot feel that It was In It.i
pi ov luce to make arrangements for
caring for tho Los Angeles excursion
ists on their arrival hero. Arrange
ments will lo made' by tho Chamber
of Commerce, for thu accommodation
of tho tourists, Mr. McCandless stnt
J. A Morgan slated that tho com
mltteo Is conferring with the (lover
nor to devlso hoiiio means of secur
Ing nu apprnpilntlon from thu I.egK
lalnro for carrvlng on tho work of the
Promotion Committee The (lovcriioi
Is heartily In favor of tho Idea, nnd
several of Iho members of tho Legis
lature who have been nppruachcil on
tho subject have expressed them
selves us believing tho Idea a good
ono nnd hnvo slated that they will
do all In their power to further tho
work of securing such an uppinprln.
Secretary Wood stilted that a Jotter
!pis been sent to each automobile own
In tho city nsklng him to partici
pate in tlio parade on IYhruary 22.
i; . if
K IMMIGRANTS AND RATES .
M BY TEHUANTEPEC ROUTE "
lMltor Hvenlng Hiilletln: In re
gard to thu trouble in bringing thu
Spanish emigrants here,
What Is the matter with the To -
huaulei.ee route. It wis understood I "'" ,';,r,', " " ""rl' "l ""'-,r
Hon, tho llrst that people would to??T
brought In that way
Thero nro Spanish lines
irom Hiiuin apuiii . .no vvesi iuu.es
and these people could bo cheaply got
Would it bo so very illfilcult lo brliiB
lliem liero irom sauna uruz?
.Honolulu, .Inn. 21, '07.
I Wo regret to say Hint this query Is
easily utisweied. Thus far tho llojul
of Immigration has been uuulilo to so
euro rates for Immigrants by way ot
Iho Tehuanlepoc louto that do not far
exceed Ihu hlnhest oiiotod for li
"round thu lloin" charter Tho To
huantopec routo Is all right and
tdcnuishlp lales on thu other sldo of
tho Isthmus may bo low, but tho
rates on this sldo or tho coinblii"d
rates Involved In this lino of trans-
iwrtatlon nro so high and exacting ns
lo make the routo practically prohm-
Ulvo. Editor Hiilletln.
Tho mcmlicra of the subconinilttco
of the Automobile Dealers' Association
h.vo been busy, with the result that
Ihelr ligures bIiow that 21,000 sam.ru
feet of floor spaco liua been reserved
by those Intending to exhibit at tlio I
San I'innclsici auto show. Only 1000
LQiiarn feet uru left and homo of tho
largcjr snates reserved will bo cut .
down, lly tho end of this week nil the
spines will bo cut down.
Men's Dress Shirts
swell color tones
50c, 65c 75c;
$1, $ 25
1033 Nuuanu St., bet. King and Hotel.
GENERAL EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
cwr, cmniB inn uerciania oil, japan-
eie and Chinese Laborers Supplied.
Contract Work of Every Kind Under.
taken. Telephone Blue 2181.
cor, Emma and Deretanla sts. Japan
K- FUJITA & CO.
FANCY DAMBOO ARTICLES MADE
Workmanship. First class.
NUUANU OPPOSITE KUKUI 6T.
Open Letter From
Royal Insurance Company of Liverpool
Many of tlio Companies which nt
tlio memorable meeting of Juno 1211.
oted In fnvor of n horizontal dcdiic-
tlim of "not less than 25',V have, nt
wo predicted, found It Impossible til
Fcttlo their San Francisco Iossom on
Hint basis and hnvo been forced,
though icluctnntly, lo pay consider
nblo moro I him nn average of 75 of
their claims. Homo which Milcd lo
adjust over) claim on Its merits and
pay tho san.o "Dollar lor Djllnr"
have fallen away from that high ami
correct standard and have sMlmiltti'd
their policy holders to shaip deduc
tions from adjusted claims. Others,
v, lillo ialng In full have, In accord
mco with Hastcni usage, oxaeled u
cash discount In lieu of sixty .laa'
lime In which to make pomenl.
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 n cent of
discount. Comparatively few compa
nies have pursued ns hro.d nnd ns lib
eral n cmiue
Wo hnvo refrained from cntmiicnllitg
upon tho conduct of any Individual
company, believing It better to oxlol
the virtues of our own. Tim ItOYAI.
INSUIUNCK COMPANY of Liverpool
hns paid lo dalo 2,fli.n claims, uggio
rating JT.SSO.O.Ti.bS Wo linvo lejiinln
Ing but a few unsettled losses, and
these nro chloll awaiting iiuthnrim
Hon of claimants abroad, prohato pio
codings, or' further Investigation u
to actual nmount of llru loss.
Tho "ItOYAL" continues to lie tho
leading 1'lro Insurance Company of
tho world. Its annual Incomu Is over
$15,000,000. Ita Snn Francisco gross
losses were not very much moro limit
cue third of one jenrV premiums, and
! "" "urplya. nflcr nil losses nro paid.
it. min .jvvh iniiniiiih un ii'Diiiun
fT yenrs ngnlntit Junt audi n tllwihloi
r- nft ln t,, innlsrii ditil uiu
,iiercfo-o nblo lo meet Its gient losses
wit, eciiiaiilmltj-. It will continue tn
' pursue tho oven (enor of its way and
will doubtless bo i.wru popular than
.over wllh Inmirors.
You aio perfoctly safo lu
jour business lu tho "HOYAL,
lug Hint It will under nil
htuncoB be ablo to fully and promptly
meet Its contracts and that It will not
resort to any quibbles or shifty pro
lenses to avoid Us obligations. Now
Ih "10 llmo lo uso of jemr op-
Thero Is no eluding Ihe Issue; Iheio
nro "Dollar for Dollar" Coiup-tnles;
thuro nro "Slxbltteis" nnd Ihcro am
"Welchers." Thero aro also Conin
tiles strong, and ConipdiiieH weak,
N'ci f?nnil..ltiv run nffi.r t. I.a.I.ih ,.,it.
,cy ,,, , ..,loVA,jf.. f(JW ns 'loI
nOLI.A V. WATT
Manager Pncldc Coast Department.
I W.M. (1. IltWIN & CO . LTD .
gcnls for tho Torrllory of Hawaii.
The First of the Year
merchants and all othors will want
BLANK BOOK8, CALENDAn PADS,
INKSTANDS, PENS, PENCILS, to fit
up your office. We have Just received
a largi shipment of OFFICE 8UP.
As ws are closing out our STOCK
CABINETS same will be sold at cost
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd
J- M. Davis
SEWING MACHINE nEPAincil.
1258 FORT ST. near BCIlErANIA.
Sewing, machines for sale.
TEL. MAIN 117.
FRESH JAM, JELLY, CHUTNEY and
ISb Hotel 01.
Phone Blue 1411,
HT-"For Rnt" cards on salt
thu DtlllMIn o'flr..
BULLhTIN AD8. PAY
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