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KVRNJNO lUtLLnrrtN. HhNOLtiLU. T. H , SATURDAY, JAN. 13, 1906.
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L i 1AFBB I
rk by tiHlnlLn
'rRi jl -y j Hnn-iln. Phone White ii
bo conducted as n beneficent, not ns
1 monc -making Institution.
"Second Tlio Issuance of deferred
dividend policies should lio dlacontln
"Third Uivlsh payments for solid
i irs nnd agents' commissions and for
lulvcrtlslng devices should bo cllcon
WHAT BRAHDEIS HUNKS
K Wl'lRfi; IIP til TUnillllP tinned.
uumivb hi lu inuuukb 'Toiirth The forfclturo of policies
should bo prohibited.
"Fifth Stnndard forms of policy
tlioiild bo prescribed by law. This
would go far toward preventing decep
"Sixth The Investment of tho com
pany's funds should bo surrounded by
rafoguards slnfllar to those adopted In
'.lie caso of savings banks.
"Bevonth further to protect tho
funds of tho companies nnd to proent
their being used directly or Indirect!)
reYiu led bv- Tlo '" "dvnnco tho private or other Inter-
Ynrit nit i l'"' of officers. proMslon should be
tin , .ni. i .,.,,. I Irat,c ,0 Prohibit the executive officers
iiu euiu in pare, ,..,., n..niHM i.. ...... .i 1....1..
'.""I l-IIKMKIIIK 111 Mil Utlll'l UUSI1IVBB
ci holding offlco In any other corpora
I.lglith Methods of accounting
the loss from lad management. In "'" '",.."" """" '?"'"'. "'"'"
I fe Insurance success Is proud by o , 1 V" ", " .'"VT1 "":.
Castle & Cooke, Ltd,
DAD MANAGEMENT AND HEAVY
EXPEN9ES LARQE COMMIS
SIONS SHOULD DE CUT
OUT LAPSES, ETC.
ltrfore the Commercial Club assem
bled in Uoston, Louis I). Drain
litis, counsel to the Kqultablo Llfo Pol
icy Holders' Protective Cbmmlttee, out
linril the evils of tho existing g)stem
vi mo insurance as
mvstlgatlon In Now
tuggcsicu remedies, no said In pa
'Tho losses of policy holders
through nxorbltant snlnrlcs and sn
ii cnte oncratlons. tboitcli tnri-n In tin.
aggregate, nro small as compared with' i, 'if
iin !,.. i.n.. i..i ..................... i.. nwiiici
HAS BECOME A LEADING
FACTOR IN POLITICAL LIFH
REVIEW OF LEADERS WHO HAVE The Ewa Plantation Co.
BROKEN LOOSE WHEN THE
PARTY WA8 CONTROLED
The Walalua Agricultural Co.
he Kohala 8ugar Co.
The Walmea 8ugar Mill Co.
Ths- Fulton Iron Workt, 8t Louis, Mo
iia.i.iik.. t f n.. oo Tf fhA
11 U3I11I1K1U11, Ut W. IH'V 0 . '.. -,. , , ,, -.
.,.. ,,!. r 11,1. ,.or nllliniinli nf I " """ "N 1.0.
minor Importance, have a place In fu- The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps,
lure msiur, 11 will lie ucrausc 01 1110 - - w.,,., ,,uUai,
notable ntiiiiiiltlons to "inugwumpery '
as opio4i to polltlinl machines. Tho
martdous part of the situation Is the
freedom with which big men political'
The New England Life Insurance Ca
The Aetna Fire Int. Co. of Hartford
There are Imitations, But
Ours is the only GENUINE
Wo Hnvu fill Other Plnvorw AIho
small pro rata expense account, n large
i.er. imnge or return upon absolutely
Ii-. ''V?'!"!.'.""- "J"! " ,B,"a.".1'?.r H,o condition
. - v. iu.ovu mill Plllil-IUllJIl 11 iuii
Hon many wngo earners would In
u.ro In tbeso companies If they wcro
UJU that for ecrj dollar the pay for
l) cents will go to tho stockholders,
i: fleers' and agents snlarlcs, or for
L-tlier running expenses? How many
wngo earners would nssumo tho bur
den of premiums If they knew that i
Ihcro Is but one chance In tweho that
jlbey will caryr their policies to malur-
1 U 7 '
Not Federal Supervision
Consolidated Soda Water Works, Ltd.
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We pack, haul and ship Tout
goods and tave you money.
Dealeti in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouse, 126 King: St. Phone Main 58
BUILDING and PAINTINQ CONTRACTORS. House furniture of all
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Office, GREEN HOUSE, S. King nr. Walklkl road. Tel White 2401
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
Coming to the remedies. Mr. Drnn
t'els discussed Federal supcnlslon ns
less safe nnd etfectho thau tho pro
int stale control. lio said or tho Dry
"Tho boIo effect of a Tederal law
would be tho sole purposo of tho Dry
kin bill must have betn to freo tho
iiinipaules from tho careful scrutiny
of tho commissioners of soma of tho
Plates It seeks to rob tho State own
i. the right to protect Its own citizens
fiom the legalized robbery to which
I resent Insurunco measures subject
tho iltlrens, fur h tho terms of thc
I'lll n Federal lltenso would secure
the right to do business within tho bor
ders of the State, regardless of the
Unto prohibitions, free from the
Slate's prutcciUo regulations.
' With a frankness wlilih Is unusual
and nn effrontery which Is common
pmoiig the Insuranco magnates this
b.ll Is Introduced In tho Scnato by Jno,
Y Drydcn, tho president of tho I'm
i.ditlal I.lfo Insurance Company tho
enmrnny which pae to stockholders
Ciinual dividends equivalent to 219.78
per cent, for each dollar paid In on tho
mock, tho company which devotes it.
cctf mainly to Insuring tho working
men nt an expenso of over 37.28 cents
en every dollar of premium paid; the
company winch in luot mndo the worst
record or lapsed and surrendered In
Mr. Ilrandcls suggested theso reme
Ten Sunaestlve Remedies.
"first Tho recognition of tho true
naturo of tho llfo Insurance business
namely, that Its solo province Is to
mnnago temporarily with nbioluto
entcty arid at n minimum cost tho sav
ings of tho people deposited to mako
ibpproprlato provision In case of death.
i. ju mm hi lira us provincois mainly to
am persons of small means, It should
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a slnglo prescribed set of books, nnd
tho submission to tho directors at all
meetings of Reports showing In detail
and operations of tho
lompnny. Publicity as to the pollc
lioldora also Is essential.
"Ninth Tho Uoard of Directors
must bo composed of men who recog
iilzo tho proper function of llfo Insur
ance companies, and who, llko tho
tiustccs of our savings banks, recog
nizo tho sacred trust Involved In their
"Tenth A limit must bo placed on
tho slzo of the company."
lv hnvn hniiillpd the local situations Th Alll-.n. ..,..... - - ...
j from the Hump nnd In their public ut-j . .jiij-onaor
tcrnnces. Tho spirit ot Theodore rw a f I i
llooicvelt, who says what lie thinks Will. U. uWlll & CO., Ltd
when he fccli llko It, has been rnm-l
!'?"VJle'r." lll!" SlillL? '"'."'.'IWM. G. IRWIN.. .President and Mor
.anipalgn. It Is the Koosevclt Part - l,8P"E,cjELS..1st Vice Pres.
against nil comers. IW- QIFFRD 2d Vice Pres.
Sciretarv of State Hoot set the pato " M- WHITNEY Treasurer
In the Philadelphia crusado by refer i RICHARD IVERS Secretary
Tliolr Sme o( lluinir tmut llcturn.
tilK l .nt AIM HID ICrrn,
"If I am In love with u girl and I
find sho Is u borrow er, I w. Ill nuver mar
ry berl" remarked tho man with docld
ed views. "I think It Is one of the
worst faults n woman can have," lie
went on, "becauo n certain percentngc
of male borrowers do return thing,
but vvoineu, ns u rule, hcoui to think it
"I don't think I lilnmo jou." tho b'isl
nrsi woman said, ".font wotneii, mi
loss they nro engaged hi liiHlncm (uud
sometliiH'H not uven then), have no Ides
of n time limit I remember lending
U'f to a llltlo woman who was erj
hiinl pressed nnd who offered to in
Interest. Sho was u personal friend
ring to the old Quay machine leaders
who had tried to rob the lit) ns "graft
irs mnqueradlng as Republicans."
That tart speech was the huh of the
Philadelphia campaign. It made thou
sands of Independent votes nt tho com
E. I. 8PAULDINQ Auditor
Anants tn m '
lng election, It contributed niuih n..nia t,.m.hi r o. -....
to the life of tho city party camilalg.i C?' atmhlP Co., San Franeltoc
If it was not ono of tho contributing ..," 0l... . ,
elementi which made that campaign Wes'ern 8ugar Refining Co., 8an Fran
possible, It was the gun that boomed -'ei Cal.
B warning up and down the Delaware. B'owin Loeotomotlve Works, Phlla
In Maryland Senator Isadoro Ilnyncr delphla. Pa.
has risen to oppose the Poe amendment Newall Universal Mill Co. (Manufao
cgnlnsl his colleague, fellow party man tuiers of National Cane 8hredt!er),
wuon: imi a note.
uf inliii-. ho I suld, '.My ile.ir, I duu'l
mint liiter.vt, but I must lmvo my
inoue) luiU l.y the 1st of May, iu 1
hall bo muvliig tlieu.' .
"Well, tho 1st of Muy camu itround,
uud I did nut cK-ii meiu- u letlei- floui
her That Is the bo.mty of tlu-io lud
like liorrovveis. Any couvursiulou ou
tho Hiibjeit of tho loau has to bo start
ed by ou llrst.
"I wrotu her u uoto toiling her t vvus
banl pressed and that I would bavo to
borrow uu eiiual sum ut Interest If bbe
did not ii turn my loan. After u week's
deluj hbe wrote verj sillily to say that
Mio did not lmvo tho money, but would
give It to mo when sho could.
'"J hat was six mouths ugo, and I
have not received tho money jet, al
though I understand shu has been cir
culating tales of my meuuness In press
ing her for money when. I know sho did
not lmvo It."
"I don't know wbut sho could bavo
been mndo of, actually, to let you bor
row ut Inteiitst. In her place I would
bnvu earned money scrubbing floors
first," put In tho man with decided
"Ah, )os, but jou nro a niniil" return
ed tho business woman. "Slio Is ono of
those old fashioned women jou urn so
fond of admiring. Hho thought it was
miiro bid) like not to scrub floors uud
to ow v the motley. And ns for tho dntu
set, what mattered that as long as she
did not have tho money?"
Nero ordered that tho chariots bo
dumped In tho sea and that lion fights
bo abolished from tho Coliseum. "Dut.
your highness," protested tho Roman
senator, "what other exciting sport can
wo got that Is as fata! and gory as
those you aro about to do away wth?"
'Why, football and hazing, and I shall
Intrcduco them this weolt." And, Bend
ing n courier for a hundred additional
physicians, tho great emperor began
to read up tho latest rules of the grid
iron. Chicago Dally News.
nnd party leader, Senator Arthur Puo
Oorman It was the sole Issue upon
which his party Is making Its cam
paign In .Mar j land, jet Senator Knj
tier rose up to say that he would
lather go down to defeat than see that
snicudment, wlice purpose Is to ills
franchise tho negro voters, a part of
the law of tho state. Tho surprising
part of the situation Is that he has
the support of most of the lending Dem
ocrats of tho state Twenty jears ago
New York, N. Y.
Pacific Oil Transportation
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen StreeJ, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Aciirultnml C.n nMn!.
n "mugwump" of that kind would havo SuBttr i.,ttn,4 Co Onomca Sugar Co.
SfXEl A "rfi: 'I ??, r! "? S5" Co..Wa..uk Sugar Co;
man, boss ami autocrat, could only ?- r a J5" . Jh P,ante"
make the best of n bad situation. J;lD0 of Snn Francisco Pockets. Chas
Secretary of War Taft returned "" & Co. s lino of Doston Packets
from a trip to Ohio, whero It wasl List of Offices:
unofficially announced ho launched his' C. M. Cooke, President; Georqt
boom for tho president-) in 1908. It Is Robertson, Vice President and Mana
remarkable fact that In that speech oer; E. F. Bishop, Treasurer and Sec
.iXl,.7nM.-"r..f-..fc.B ;;: re,aryi F w- M.ef.rlne, Auditor; P
nnt.iitillr nn tl.t.ftf l.nt In .1 nfnnl i.
Ili-lilllillrnn illv IIpIipi nnmlnnl,.,! lie Directors,
"IJoss" Gcorgo W. Cox In Cincinnati.
"Boss" Cox was among those who In-1
dorsed Taft for judge on the federal'
bench when McKluley nominated hlm.j
Independent talk like that twenty
)cars ago would bavo brought down
tho curses of machlncdom on his head
rather than being coupled with even
nn unofficial statement that the speak
er would be a candidate for President.
Over In New oYrk Jerome was tho
chief champion of Independence lie
was tho one Independent candidate of
Importance In a field of party tickets
ami ns such Is laying his flail regard-
less of whom It hits Hearst bolt-i AGENTS fOIt
cd his party tho party which lie NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
uii8iii iu icau as ua cuiiuimuu lor itcs- 8URANCE CO. OF BOSTON.
C. Jones, C. M. Cooke and J. R. GalL
' i iiTOi1.'. (TV-
Life and Fire
AETNA FIRE IN3URANCE
PANY OF HARTFORD.
Idcnt only n year ago. Jerome and
Hearst were the sensations of the hour
In the campaign. They ore "mug
wumps" on principle , It Is possible
Hint tho principle of tho one Is too new
nnd too Impracticable to gain much
favor at this time nnd that the prin
ciples of tho other have made him too
tnnny enemies to secure tho coveted
results, but they will leave a mark,
furthermore, neither will be partic
ularly discredited becauso ho made a
It Is only necessary to add that tho
spirit of 'mugwumulsm" or Independ
ence Is growing so fast In the land that
Atlas Assurance Company of London
Dhnun v & . I !
lelt. Governor I.nfollelle. Vnllt. IIp.I L. .. "-.-..vo v,u. ui ..unoon.
neen. Johnson, Hanly, Cummins, lfocli, ' ", T" . YS .u, . . ABe"ey'
Douglas and others urn nrnctlonllv tho . Prov,dence Washington Insuranco
products of Insistence of Individual po
litical iinerty ns opera cd to blind ma
chine adhcretico to right or wrong,
morciy oerauso It bears a machlno
stamp. Upon tho outcome of tho com,
Ing elections will depend tho impetus
of "mtigwumplBm," In tho future. It
has, however, come to stay, regardless
of results this fall.
B. F. DILLINGHAM CO
ence Is growing so fast In the land that, General Agent for Hawaii:
MM.'!ii;n0,.,i,'0iBraift,n5.lnn.th'n,"11, Atl" assurance Company of Lor
tlelnn Is on tho brink. Theodore Hoose- Phoenl Aur.. r i, i .,
lie Gill What 11.- IVlllilril.
4 Mi floor, 8tangenwald Bldg.
Catton, Neill & Co.,
ENGINEERS AND MACHINISTS
QUEEN and RICHARD3 8T8.
Boilers re-tubed with charcoal Iron
or steel tubes; general ship work.
Adele "What Is Jessie's favorite
color?" nstelle "Peroxide blonde.
"Sir, can jou sparo a Mttlo to 'clp
rami oo's Just left prison?"
"I'm very, very sorry for you, my
good inau-er w hat wet a j-ou In for?"
"Itobbery, with vlolnurs" Jugend.
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Tel. Main 245.
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October 6, 1904.
For Walanao Walajua, Kahtiku an
Way Stations 9:16 a.m., M:20 p.m.
For Pearl Cltv. Ewa Mill nnd w
Stations t7.30 a, m., 9:15 o, m.
u:ub a. m '2M5 p. m., 3:20 p. m,
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.tlua and Walanae 8:36 n, m C5:W
Arrlvo Honolulu from Ewt Mill and
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'5:31 p. m., TO p. m
t Sunday Excepted.
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The Halelwa Limited .a two-hour
train, leaves Honolulu every Sunday
it 8:22 a. m.; returning arrives In Ho
nolulu nt 10; to p. ra. The Limited
itops only at Pearl City and Walanao.
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HONOLULU, : Z : T. H.
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vada National Hank of Ban Francisco.
Draw Exchange on the Nevada Na
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Deposits received. Loans mndo on
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change bought and sold.
Collection .Promptly Accounted For.
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OF HAWAII, LTD.
8UB8CRIDED CAPITAL.. .$200,000.00
PAID UP CAPITAL 100,000.00
President Cecil Brown
Vice President M. P. Robinson
C"Mer L. T. Peck
Office: Corner Fort nnd King Sta.
8AVINGS DEPOSITS received and
Interest allowed for yearly deposits at
tho rate of A 1-2 per conL per annum.
Ilules and rcculatlnna rnrVilaliiM nn.
The Yokohama Specie Bank, Lid,
Capital Subscribed Yen 24,000.000
Capital Paid Up Yen 18.000.000
Reserved Fund Yen 9,940,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
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Tho bank buvs and receive far ml.
lection Dills of Exchange. Issues
Drafts and Letters of firm! It nn imm.
acts a general banking business.
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California Btfnmnr TTriiaii i.i,n tet
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iceai estate, Loan., Collections.
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Phone.: Office, Main 310; Res.Wh.1341
omoe, 70 Merchant 8L, Honolulu.
"When I was your age," said tho
gilded )outh's father, "I was at work
before 7 o'clock ovcry morning." "Yes.
bnswered tho young man; "If I had all
tho business cares jou ucd to linvs
maybo I'd get Insomnia, too." Wash
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