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RVHNINfl JUtl.t.r.TIN, IIONOI.ttl.t', T II . T.I)NI:BIIAY. JAN. 3i, l?07
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
Last Three Days For Specials
Children's Wash Dresses.
Silk Edlienne, Albatross and
NOTE THE PRICES.
Children's Wash Dresses
$1.50 Drosses (or J)0S made ol
checked ginghams and solid color
Chambray, embroidery trimmed,
sizes 2 to 6 years.
$2.75 Dresses for $1.5)0 made of
fine prlntetd Lawn, pink and blua
polka dots, trimmed with em
broidery; sizes 2, 3, 4.
Lot 2 (Lot S
$1.75 Dresses for SJ .00 made ofi $3.00 Dresses, SI .05. Made of
fine checked material, assorted fine material in Checks and Solid
colors, embroidery trimmed, sizes' Colors, Trimmed with Cmbroid
1 to 4 years. ' cry, sizes 6, D, 10 years.
$3.00 and $2.50 Dresses at SI. 25
& Jfll.ao an exceptional bargain;
CHILDREN'S SAILOR SUITS,
Made of Sdlld Color Chambray,
trimmed and sailor Ties; sizes 8,
12, 14 years.
$3.25 Dresses for $2.00. made of
fine Solid Color Chambray, trim
med with Embroidery and Velvet
Ribbons; sizes 2, 3, 4.
Ior Afternoon and Evening Qowns, beautiful rango of colors;
Champagne, New Gray, Lavender, Alice Blue, Cream and Light Blue
40c quality 30c yrd
A Wool Goods Special for This Week
All Wool, Double Width, In all the leading colors, including
black and white, 60c Quality,
Op Sale at 46c
Wash Belts At Clearing Prices
20c Bills, IOc; 30s Belts, 20c; 35c Belts, 26c;
50; BjIis, 30c; 60c Belts, 4pc.
li S SACHS DRY GOODS GO.
is tine best
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
Motor: of all sizes from 1-horsepower up may be profitably
used to drive machinery In small shops and stores. They are very
convenient. Require no euro no coal no oil no matches and
are clean. Always ready for use. Call Main 390 for any further
Information you desire.
Hawaiian Elpctric Co., Ltd.
KING AND ALA.KEA ST8
Anil now tlio Into Attorney (leticrnl
of tlio l'lillliitH'H linn disbarred Iho
lalu Attorney (iuni'rnl of I Inn alt, a
dried mill uptight gentleman, from
practicing In his Court. Anil disbar
tliiK lilm from practlilng In hi Court,
Judge Wlllli'y linn disbarred Mr. An
clii'WH from jirncllcliiB In nil thu
Courts of Cblnii, for Mr. Andrews hav
ing no standing In tlio Aimrlciiu Court
lias no standing In tlio fnrttgu nuil
CoiiHiilnr Cnurta mill tin' Mixed Court.
Is Hits right! U It Just'
I appeal, Mr, I'rcslduit, to ou, a
Inter of tlm right niul an exponent of
Justice, U Oils right! In It Just? Can
J (in, Hlr, do you, Sir, nipnio of surh
fit t Inn upon tlni part of sour newly
iiplHilnti'il Keilornl Judge In China?
And for lint tins Judge Wlllley din
liar rod Mr. Andrews ami other Allien
Iciui law) era? What reason has Iio
lor his net Ion, which I hate donoint-
Mituil tyrannical anil Infamous? Must
mi American attorney, educated Hint
griHinilcil'lu the. law, holding a certlll-
into lo practice Ills profession bofnro
tlio Uiillod Slates Supremo Court, bo-
lure ho can practice in a Kiihordlnnlo
niul Inferior Court, xiilimlt to an cx
ninliiatlon, answering such questions
VOLCiNO MARSHALL DEFENDS ANDREWS
(Continued from Page 1) iSlntcs. It tins n while population ot openly nnnouiires that tie Intends n
I . 1 12,000 nil it a Jnpaneso popiilallnn of Iile with tlio Judge In Ills house It"
ol (treat llrltnln, Herman), Spain, nut 85,inu, It Ih rich ami of ureal boim has further been admitted to practice
I.I... ..I. I.. . 1..II nl !.... .. nu ,1... .. ....I ...!., ..t ,1... ttl.llt....!. . .I.l.lll., Ih II... .......I ..Ill I l.il.... II...
1IIU Vlllllt PU luminal itiiwmi tin m j ,11111 Wilfll in illy I lllll'Hill-n I ,11.111111) III lllu l.ifilll milium lltnuiH nil.
examination roquircu iroui ino nieni
t,ers of Hie liar, some of whom linvu
practlccil In their tnrlnua Htntes for
troiu ten lo twenty )cnrs. nnd n mine
tier of whom hold high recommcmla
IIoiih from larlnu offlccra ot tlielr
Htntes, and have iersnnally lieM high
official imslllniis there In roniicrllo'i
with their irofesKlons,
Alt AinerlrntiH have been taught to
loiern (lie I'lag wlilcli triumphantly
which over the lanil of the free and
the liomu of tlio Mine. Hut In the In
aiilar ikisscssIoiih of the United States
ntnl In the countries in Iho Far Dint
candor compel me to say that the
I'lag and what It in slippered In t)plfy
arc illfcrcdltcit. And tlili dlscicdll
hna Inrcely lieen fostered liy Ameri
I uf(.r. Sir, from leadliiK American
papers. Unit during thu past row
luontliM jiiii Imui heard much aliout
iiiiikxlralili! Amei leans in China. I
hnio resided In Chflia for over four
)cars. rc'rnill mo to say Hint there,
lire no more undesirable. Americans In
China than there nro undesirable. er
rons of oilier nations. It Is true, as an
nftcrnmtli of the clash of arms, tunny
American adventurers, undesirable
American' adventurers, ranio to China
nnd liroiiKht discredit, on thcmsclie'i,
If possible, nml discredit on their
country. Hut thin class has rapidly
illiinpiKinrcil. II thrlud for n while
liioii tlio liberality ot Uie, Digllsh k--ple.
hut Its exlsloncii was short nnd
full of trouble. A man to he rcsccl-
, ed In China must possess, ntt else-
wheie, character. Tlio most undesir
able Americans in China today are
men who formerly held American gov
eminent positions, some of them km1
IIoiik of honor unit trust, which they
abused, beitiK unreliable nnd thorough
ly dishonest. To my knowledge there
' Mixed Court, the rule being In the best Hie Islands nre hut Insular sis-
Iplornntlonal Settlement of Sliaimli.il sessions of the United States, Inlinbll
I lint through courtesy attorneys may led by Jt.ooiymo or lQ.non.noo depraved
prnctlco In all of the courts, If admit l.iimin beings, lucapnhlo of ntslmlln
ted to their own Consular Courts. At, lion; Ignorant, superstitious, coward
tlio time, therefore, that .ludKc Wll-.ly, treacherous cnttle, fit food, ns Kal
Hoy made Ills order that he would re-' it n ft says, for powder. How much tins
qui re tlio passim; ot this examination. Iho United States expended on tlio
some of the attorneys had n practice Philippines? In It not iipproxlmnlil)
niiifttinltn" In ntnl till llllil ir,.iir nn.l '
cafes InvolvliiR thousands of dollars',
for which the) had already received
Ictalncra, nnd In which It was neccs
tnry Hint they carry out their nnren
inents. There was consternation ami
n groat many protests anions the at;
torncys of the United Statefl nnd from
Mime of thu business men, hut JiiiIru
Wlllley held tn his course nnd refused
to extend the dnto of his examination,
ami announced that only those attor
neys who took (his examination nn.l
passed would ho allowed to practtco
before him when he called the cnleu
oar of his court, Including eases ah
ready there niul unfinished which had
l.een bosun under the Consul regime.
Kight of the nine attorneys nppear
id for examination, the ipiesllons be
ing presented to them by .luilgo Wit
.ley, with strict admonition that they
must return same, nnd. under no clr
(iinislances could they keep u copy.
While none of the examination paiers
nre obtainable' thu following nro sain
pics of 'some of the. ipiesllons:
"What is tlio iPsjiScm, doctrine?'
"Name thu Uirefiindniuciitnl princi
ples of equity Jiirlsprii'ilvnce." "What
is thu fundamental distinction he
I ween n writ of certiorari nnd n writ
of error?" "Whnt wax thu great prln
llplo of law decided In tlio floss case?"
A few days after the examlnatlo i
luilgo Wlllley announced that ho had
marked the pniurs nnd decided Hint
two attorneys, representing onu legnl
firm, had passed, nnd that the otliei
six had failed and could not practice
In his Court. He declined to allow any
ono to examine the paers, or to shov
Iho piiHjrit. hut would Inform nny par
tlciilnr attorney of Hie per cent, that
he, Jiulgo Wlllley, had given him on
tlio examination. Tims wnH Hie Amer
ican liar orSliunghal practically wlp
That the deplorable position may he
belter understood by you, penult mo
iih "What is luwj- "wnui iimoreneo
Ih there. If nny, between felony ami
To the dunghill with such fieilantlc
Consider for n moment. Sir, the re-
neriiou casi ui me nuprumu vuiir- .,,. ,1K:llmcll,g ,, Secretary of
of Hie United StntcK when n snbordl- 8ta(o.H , whcIl crrhrnto h.Ih
i.uio ruuunii v,.,.,ij,,.,n. .,.u.,u,. ,,,.,,,..,,,, Tll)r .ir ,,,CKr.,,0 ,)cr.
or that Court rrofn practicing beforo , SlllllK,m, ,,,, ,ien.selves
I' on the ground of Incompetency! Amcrlcins, several or llieni never hav
Whnt n stigma. It Ik ,oii the Supruni-! ,, )(;t,n (, Alm,rca
Court ot t(e Upllcd States' Do ou
not, Sir, slinro' with me tills opinion? TMh letter, Sir, Is not written ((
If I vvcrn rilsnosed to burden thi embamiKH nor discourage our Chi
Letter wltji vxtnineiiim rul(i(ance, I ,1(;so lK,llc'- ' written to call )our
iiilght very properly stale for j our en-, .'ttcntloii and Iho intention of I bo
....(. ,.,..i inuti-iii-tiii-i ih.ni ii. Ainetlcnu people to tlio deplornlile alt
lIDII'Wll l,j f ,, i v m ,.. ,.vu, ,.,. ,...!... ,. 11.
i.. I...ILI, i,,.,t num. tlmt nr llin llnlli.,1 mutes I) strict Allornev. Ar,ni"ii "' wi i; "-
,.. i i., ...!.-..,. i i.uvn kiinuii nun. i. iinuui.it. n nillow Htriidlni:. em I'nllon which I nnd other Americans
vir ' Aiwirnwu iiitimiitolv for ovur ImrrusBCH and conuillcates Iho sltua lesldlng In China know you can rem
SHIRTS THAT STAND'
IN A CLASS
pHE SHIRTS wc make to order
jl have a touch, a tone, or an air about than
that at once suggests dressiness.
Shirt wearers arc b;ginning to recognize "that
little difference" between a shirt that fits perfceth
and one that docs not. And its just that difference
that adds greatly to your comfort as well as appearance.
We Make Shirts
Wc make them to fit perfectly; besides they're
,niadc stronger and will wear longer than the
usual rcady-to-wcar kind. A large quantity ol
fresh new samples now on display. It will take
only a minute to look them over and leave your
COU. FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
ELECTRIC POWER WD SMALL MACHINES .
DeU Assortment In the City,
RICH GILK8, CMBHOIDCniEC,
, CHINAWAKC, LACQUER,
NOVELTIES, T0Y8, CURI08.
6TOCK COMPLETE, PRICES RIGHT.
1120 Nuuanu Street, near Hotel.
Men's Dress Shirts
3WULL COLOR TONE8
50c, 65c, 75c,
$1, $1 25
1033 Nuuanu St., bet. King and Hotel
clKht unrH. IlurliiK tlio KO-callec
Transition Period" In Hawaii, wlifii
Iiarty fcclliiB ns IiIkIi, o wcro !
Iitlcal onnonuutH. Ah an opponent I
Dilmlrvil Mr. Andrew for hlu Intolll
Ronco ami beat cry. Ho wnH, nnd I.
n man of convlctlona, nml ono who
would scorn to do a dlnhnnoralilo act,
Mr. Andrew h In of noted family. Ills
Kranilrntliur. Lorrln AtulrowB. was a
MlHHlonury l llnwnll. Ho wiik the
llrat SiiiH!iiiu (Joint JiihIIco of the
KliiKirom. (K'ciip)liiR thu iolllnn from
ISIG to 1851. Mr. AmlrcwK wna horn
In Now York. Ho Ih a Rradu.ito of the
Unluwlty of Nc' York and n Brad
unto of tlio Ijw School of that Unl
crHlty. AHcr Kraduatlon, Mr. An
drowH practlrcil luw hIx cara In Now
York. Ho ciimo to Hawaii in 18'JS.
In 1UU3, upon tlio ruHlKiiatlon of lliq
Hon. i:. V. Dylc, Mr. Andrown wa ap-
IKilntod Attorney Ocncrnl or uawan
by Governor Ssn(vnlil. ' Thin
.ippolutmunt was coiitlruitnl by tlio Hn-
wnllan Senntoj Gmorftcrr Dole, ou
will recall, wna npiKilnlodiliy jou Unl
led BtatcH UlHtrlct .IiiiIko of Hawaii,
nnd thu Hon. (IcorRu II. Carter, an In
IctllELiit and fcanahlu Kentlcinun and
I know him well wan npiKilnted ly
jou (lovernor of Hawaii. Oovcmor
Carter, on tlio expiration of Mr. An
iIiqwr' term, renpiiolntod lilm Attoi-
noy acnenil for four jubih. Tlita wu
In 1903. AkiiIii wuh Mr, AmlrowH np
polutir.eul conllrniod by thu Huwnllnp
Senate. Mr. AndrowH, upprlHud that
:i United Stntea Kederal Court wiih to
ho cHlntillHlied In China, laBt year re
Binned the Attorney Ucnornlidilp an
ranio to ShniiKliul. While Attornoy
General, Mr. AndruwR arKued Boveial
liuportunt caacH licforo tlio United
KtatoH Suprumu Court, Ah Attorney
General of Huwall Mr. AudrowB, hav-
Ir.B been appointed by two of your
uppolntees, Doln nnd Carter, wag prac
tlcally lour nppolntco.
Since IiIh roHldenco III, China Mr. An
(Iiowk Iiiih acted uh Conmil for n llrlt
lnh Hiilijett charst'd with .murder be
fore Iho llrltlbh Supiemu Court, -Iho
,irr.iincil heliiB- tried by n Jury Tli
ncciiscjl wan conUclcd of iiiuiihIiiJbIi
ter niul honlenrod to clshtccn mqntbv
r It Ih not my purpose In tills letter
to eiubarrnKa lt(( contentB by umkliiB
ujiy InMdlotiH . coniariBonH. nut
which, In nur JudRment, Ih tlio most
important position to hold, tlisAttor
t ey Ucnornlshlp of Hawaii, or, the At
torney GonernUlilii of tlio PhlllbplnoH?
Hawaii is a Tenltory of tho Unltd.l
lion. Mr. llamiilt.. us United States
DlHtrlct Attorney, recehes n Balary of
(4,000 u sear. 1 am credibly Informed
that bin experlenco In law 1b ns nar
row ns the number of bis years of ex
Utcnre, beliiR acuulrod In a Jilcked-up
mannir,as an imslHtan.aiid clerk In
tho.l'hlllpplnes. Mr. UnHgett bnH an
nounrgd that ho will practice cUllly
In JiulRo Wllfley's Court, and bna been
ncceptliiR retainers. Not pnly Ih bo a
Ijomiiii friend of tho Judfio, but bo
uly, and firmly bellevu that Jim will
remedy. Nor Is this letter written by
a iiolltlcal opimncnt for had I been
In America during Iho Inst rreslden
tlal election I should, Hoimi Detno
crat that I am, luive carried n torch In
Iho Roosevelt procession and voted
fur our ro-elecllon.
I inn, Sir,
Very respectfully yours,
ShaiiKlial, Jiinunry ft, 1007.
iltloTu f i PH
IN Kll Bilo
IHptclal la the llullclln
Thu datico which tho.Kuiiiebiimelm
Al nl Assnclnlloii will Rlvo Snturdny
ovenliiR at tho YounR Hotel deserves
tho patroiinRQ ot over) one., especially
the oiiur Hawallnns. Tho object of
Mime, Jnn. 29 -Whllo tho Mlltahala ltl0 ,lanP0 H to ralso money lo pay tho
was at Nnwlllwlll today, two 1a0l-( tuition or a joiiiib IJawnllan at thu
who buvo been bIrIUbccIiik on 'the Is- .Kamehanieha Manual School. Thu
land, ylcwcd the inimcdlnto vicinity Association has been luafntalnlnK Wll
lurliiR n (iirrlase ride. Onu or Ihcni.i,,,,, Keknpa, who.Jlll bo Rraduatrd
11 is claimed, Is a dlMunt rclntlo nnd j,ltl, for Uio.'j.ist threo jers, rrom
,vas rormcrly huusckeepcr for Androw jlH XKiilnr hcli'olarslilp fund, and It
Carnegie. The one accompanying Iter wa, .)t tK intention to adopt another
with iti thin, crisp crutt, Its light
texture and nutritious wholetomenett
can be made i eatlly as any other
kind, If the proper Ingredients are
ueed. And of theee the molt import
ant is the milk.
grtes you a full-flavored loaf, rich and
rwet, because t contains nearly
three times the percentage of butter
fat that It In ordinary milk.
You can use it for all baking or cook
Ing purposes where milk is used, but
with better results.
Take 1 can Carnation Cream to 3 pints
hot water. When lukewarm, add 1
tablespoonful sugar, 1 tablespoonful
tail, and 1 cake compressed yeait
dissolved In 1-2 cupful warm water.
Use enough flour to make a stiff bat
ter and let rise for 1 hour. Add
enough flolr to knead welt. Cover
and let rise till light Then knead In
pans and let rise half as much as be
fore, and bake for 40 to SO minutes.
HfflRY M4Y & CO., LTD.,
Phone Main 22.
Ik n travelling (oinpnulon. During Hie
past year thry luno boon mnldnR n
lour of the world They wVro miiiii
pleased wltli the beauty of tho srcnciy
on Kauai, Later they will visit the
volcano. Dining their stop hern n
Jesting report, was started that tho uh
ei t of their visit on Kauai was for
the locating of n Carnegie library.
P. E. R. Strauch
Furnished 6r. cottage. Manoa Valley,
Ideal summer Home, Large Pool
,for swimming. Mountain air. Sta
ble. Near car line. $17.00 per m.
7-room Cottage near Kalulanl School
$16. per m.
FEARS FOR HIS LIFE
Mliue, Jan. 2V-Knwnlliaii Ih at thu
present puzzling met' a rnso, nnd tint
County Attorney has gone over tn
solq Hie riddle.
ljist Vcdncsday soma ton or fifteen
Japanese, most of them rice planters
over In Molo in and their women, wcro
in rented on tho loiuplalnt of ono ot
(heir c(iunti) jnrii, alleging that thoy
had cousplied to kill lilm. A friend of
tho complainant by the iiamo lkm!,i.
telephoned tho saiiC day tipnn of the
'law) ci h hern on Kaiml, nshlnK lilm to
lomn light over lo Kapnn and take
ilmtRO of th'j rave against the offend
ers, TJto (.i'u wan continued until
Monday on nrtoiiiit or lack or Inter-
pieler, niul In tlio menutlnie the (1c
lendantH took up lliclr quarters with
Iho same Ikuila who secured counsel
for tho complainant-under promt or
a considerable fee,
County Altoine Kueo, who uccl
dentall) heard ol the mix-up, thought
the tales needed a II tt lo unraveling, bo
ho had tho rase set for Monday after
noon, vlien ho will go oyer and tiliu
cniiigo or mo pioiecutiou nimsoir nnd
try to find, out, whether thoro ocuall
is a enso or eonspnacy, or fclmpiy
cusc of using thiealenlng lunguugc, or
mujhiip ho will find u third alternative
hidden heliiu the eoutrndlrlory ill'
cumstniues (lanlen Island
wan until Its regular hcholaishlp Ih
nvallable. Ilut Iho joiuiR limn who It,
has adopted needed Immediate, illicit
Hon, Ho was found by Inspector of,
Schools or Hawaii Chas. i:. King nl
Wnlohlnii, Kan, In deslltuto clrciini.
fiances. Mr. KliiR. aflor conrcrring
Willi tho iouiig man, Immedlntoly re
ferred tho matter to tho Association.
At Iho las! meeting tho Asiioclatloii
wiled to caro rir tlio oiiiib man.
Tho iniisln for Iho dmico will b fur
nlsheil by Iho Iloyal Kawalhaii (lleo
QREAT POSTOFFICE WORK
74 8. KINO. 8T.
It is a very pretty
custom to send your
sweetheart or wfe a
pretty Valentino Feb.
We have a dainty
line this year pic
tures of beautiful lit
tle girls, etc. some
hand painted, some
black and white. No
filigree about them.
Prices 20c up.
Call, and see them.
London consumes only 90,000,000 rat
Ions of wntor dally; Now York uac
600,000,000 gallons. r
I.lliue, Knual, 'Jan. 28. Roiuo lime
ngo a well-known resident of Koloa. re
ceived a post-card from our old frlond
Mr, Dempster, which, howuver, fulled
lo Klvo his address, Anxious to repiy,
our Koloa friend addressed lni as A
Happy Man In Now ieaiauu.
In duo tlnio ho received n marked
uuwapapcr containing thu following,
MAII- ROOM TIlOlJlll'KH
l HO pilMllllieu illlll.lilin iii.fi, until, i
annojaiiciiH, A- vnry candid critic
night tell theii It wuh largoly their
own fault, They take bo much caro
to help tho plibllc that tho public Is
careless about helping Itself. For In
slnnco, a luttor wbb received on Sat
urday night fiom Koloa, Hawaii, ad
dressed "Hon. A D .
A Happy Man, in
H a postolllcu weio run by a busf
liesB man, he would treat ruci, a loi
ter uh a bad Joko, fit only far tho dust
heap. Ilut under a beneflcool govern
inunt that letter did not roach the
dust-heap. Tho altered address orAor
liooK was seuicjietl anil the name nl
llou, A H vwis found. Tlui
lottijj; sa corfccly adiiepE9d (o )ilu)
Hawaiian Haws Go,, Ltd
Teb Main 198.
P.- O, Box 1(2.
E. J. LORD,
Lord and Belser,
Oredglng, Sewers. Grading, Paving,
Teaming, Crushed Rock.
Black and White Sand and Soil
OFFICE AND YARD
....SOUTH & KnWAIAHAO 8TS.
uv'Tdi. Rent" card, on sal St
' the Bulletin office.
IIS I I
have opened a horseshoe
ing department lp connec
tion with their carriage .
shop, etc. Having secur
ed tho services of a first
claim shpir they sre pre-
fared to do all work In
rusted to them In a first
class manner, ;: :: i; :i
Open Letter From
Royal Insurance Company of Liverpool
Many or Iho Companies which nl
Iho niemornlilo meeting or Juno 12th
loted In faior or a horizontal deduc
tion or "not Icrh limn ZWn.!' Ilnc, n
wo predlrti'd, round It iinpobslblo to
rc(tlo their Han Krnnclsco losses oil
that liatls nnd luivo been forcnl,
Ihongti reluctantly, to pay consider-u..
able inoro than au ax-raBu of 5 ofrf r
tlielr claims. Homo which lotcd toiH
adjust every claim on Its merits and
pay tho Bame "Dollar for Djllar,"
halo fallen away from that high and
correct standard and halo submitted
their policy holders lo slnnp deduc
tions from adjusted claims. Othcrit.
whllo pajliiB In full bain, In accuVd- '
men with Kantern usage, exacted n
cash discount In llou of sixty dayit' t
tlnio In which to mnko pajmcuL '
The "ROYAL" has paid every
claim as soon as the amount of loi
has been agreed upon with the assurv
id, in full, In cash, without a cent of
discount. Compnralliely few rompa-'
TiIph hnio pursued as broid nnd ns lib-'-'
crnl n courso ,
Wo havo rofralned from commenllnB
tiiKMi Iho conduct of nny Indlllilunl '
company, hclleiliiB It better to extol
tho virtues ol our own. Thn llOYAI,
INBIIIIANCH COMPANY of Ulerpool
baa paid to dato 2,309 claims, nsBroJ" "
Bating .'i,fi.r.0,i;33.SR. Wo hnio remain
ing hut a row unsettled losses, and
theso nio chlelly awaiting ntithnrlza', ,
Hon of clalniants alirond, prnbnlu pro-, ,ji,
ceeilliiKB, or furlhur IniestlBallon as
to actual amouut of fire loss. ,
Tho WIOYAIV continues to bo lli-'M"
leading I-Tro Inxiiruncn Company of .
tho world. Its annual Income, Is ovoftci
Hi,0(i(),000. ItB Han Kranclsco Bross
lossos wore not very much moro thn,n
i.iio-thlrd of ono year's premiums, and
Its surplus, after all Iosscb lira paid,
will exceed tho surplus of any other
Company In tho world.
It has been building up Uh resnrvoa
for. yearn against Just. Mich a disaster
as ranio to SJam KraULlsco and was
thnrcfnro ahlo to meet Its great losses
with equanimity. It will contluuo to ,
pursue tho even tonor of Its way und))
will doubtless bo moro popular than
iner with Insurors. io
You nro perfectly Bafo In putting
your biirliioBH In tho " ItOYAI.," kno h
lug that It will under all circutn
ktances be ablo lo fully nnd promptly
meet Its contracts and that It wll not
resort to any quibbled or shifty pro
lenses to aiold I In obllgntlouit. Noi,(
Ih iho tlnio to mako tiso ot )our oix', .
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There Ih no eluding tho Issuo; there
aie "Dollar tor Dollar" Companies:
lliero nro " tlxbltters" nnd thoro 'art'A '
" Wulcliors.'' Thcru wo also Compi,,
tiies strong, and Companies weak,
No Company can offer a bettor nol '
ley than tho "UOYAV few as pwvi.
HOLLA V. WATT,
MnnaBor raclflc CoaBt Department,
WM. fl. IIIWIN &. CO.. LTD.. ,
Aseiils for tho Territory of Hawaii. .
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J. M, Levy & Coy
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