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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL AI VKKTISEK : HONOLULU, PHHKf AKY
W, BANK OF
i
-LIMITED.
Incorporated Under the Laws of the
Republic of Hawaii.
CAPITAL $400,000.00
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
Chas. M. Cooke President
J. B. Atherton Vico President
C. H. Cooke Cashier
F. C. Atherton Secretary
Directors Henry Waterhouse, Tom
May, F. W. Macfarlane, E. D. Tenney,
J. A. McCandles3.
Solicits the Accounts of Firms, Cor
porations, Trusts, Individuals and will
promptly and carefully attend to all
"business connected with banking en-
trusted to it.
Sell and Purchase For
Ign Exchange, Issue Letters of Credit.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
Ordinarj' and Term Deposits received
and Interest allowed in accordance
"with rules and conditions printed in
pass books, copies of which may be
had on application.
Safe Deposit Boxes rented by the
month or year.
EHkfcUS SPRKCKELS. WM. G. IRWIN.
CLADS SPRECKELS & CO.,
Bankers,
HONOLULU - - - H. I.
flAN FRANCISCO AGENTS THE NE-
T ADA BANK OFSAN FRANCISCO.
DRAW EXCHANGE ON
ZSJLS FRANCISCO The Nevada Bank of
Sen Francisco.
SiONDON The Union Bank of London,
S.td.)
W YORK American Exchange Na
tional Bank.
flfHICAGO Merchants' National Bank.
TARIS Comptolr National d'liscompte
4 Paris.
WSCrtLIN Dresdner Bank.
ONQKONG AND YOKOHAMA Honr-
tvrz and Shanghai Banking Corpora-
TOrmif ZEAIJVND AND AUSTRALIA
Bank of New Zealand.
ZTICTORIA AND VANCOUVER Bank
f British North America.
insijocio GenersiBanking SExctionoe Business
Dpo8lts Received. Loans mad on Ap
gcnved Security. Commercial and Trav
tors' Credits Issued. Bills of Exchange
Dovffht and Sold.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY ACCOUNT
ED FOR.
BISHOP & CO.
SAVINGS BANK
On October 1st, 1898, and continuing
until further notice, Savings Deposits
-will bo received and interest allowed
Dy tliia Bank at lour ana one-nail per
cent per annum. The terms, rules and
regulations of the Hawaiian Postal
Sanrhigs Bank will be adopted as far as
it ts practicable to apply them, and the
Cash Reserve of $50,000 as required
under the Postal Act will be main
tained. Printed copies of the Rules and Reg
ulations may be obtained on the 1st of
Dvtober on application.
BISHOP & CO.
Honolulu, September 7, 1898. 5019
ESTABLISHED IN 1858.
BISHOP & CO,
Bankers
rHANSACT A GENERAL BANKING
AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS.
Coamnercial and Travelers' Letters of
Credit issued, available in all tho
Principal Cities of the World.
INTEREST allowed after July 1st,
1895, on fixed deposits: 3 months 3 per
cent; 6 months Zt per cent; 12 months
4 per cent .
THE YOKOHAMA SPECIE BANK
LIMITED.
2abcribed Capital Yen 12,000.000
FId Up Capital Yen 10.500,000
S8rve Fund ".....Yea 6,960,000
HEAD OFFICE: YOKOHAMA.
BRANCHES AND AGENCIES:
3obe, London, Lyons, New York,
Ban Francisco, Shanghai,
Bombay, Hong Kong.
INTEREST ALLOWED:
Da Fixed Deposit for 12 months 4 p. c.
On Fixed Deposit for 6 months 3 p. c.
On Fixed Deposit for 3 months 3 p. c
INTEREST ALLOWED BY THE
HEAD OFFICE AT YOKOHAMA.
On Current Deposit 5M per cent p. a.
Oa Fixed Deposit for 12 months, 7 p. c.
a inxe-a Deposit lor lz montns, 1 p. c
TneBankbuvs and receives for col-
Sn Ri!l of issues
taction Bille of Exchange, Issues
Drafts and Letters of Credit on the
above Branches and Agencies and
transacts General Banking Business.
Agency Yokohama Specie Bank:
w Republic Bldg., : Honolulu, H. I.
JUHEI ISHIZUKA
AGENCY OP
KEI HIN BANK, LTD.
Vineyard Street.
anact General Banking and Ex-1
change Business.
HEAD OFFICE - - - TOKYO, JAPAN.
JUraw exchange on
FIUST NATIONAL BANK,
YOKOHAMA.
Read the Hawaiian Gaztttc
DAYAD
(Bcmi-Weekly).
j.H.schnack.
1 Sll ll! ffl PIl
IIVUI LVIUIU UWU VIUVII UIUI1UI
OFFERS
For Sale Any Rind
Island Stocks.
Of
Buys and sells outright
ritx cjnH QiiVinrKon Roil Pc-
telte.
P. 0. BOX NO. 104.
JUST RECEIVED
Another Gross of tho.-e
Sterling Silver Thimbles j
AT 25C EACH,
Guranteed 925-1,000 Fine.
JEWELRY OF ALL KINDS
Manufactured oa Short Not !.
Repairing a Specialty and all
goods guaranteed to give satisfac
tion. M. R. COUNTER,
Practical Watchmaker
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN.
507 Fort St.
J JJg SILENT BARBER SHOP.
UlUCM
W fl G 1 N
' n
NEED
Of a good, clean shave by
expert artists, with sharp
tools, visit the Silent Barber
Shop. You can't do better
anywhere in town.
We have just added to our establish
ment a LADIES' BOOT BLACK
STAND in the rear of our shop.
JOE FERNANDEZ, Propr.
Arlington Block, Hotel 8t.
J. R. Shaw, D.V.S.
Office and Infirmary, - . 883 King St.
TELEPHONE 796.
Modern and Humane Treatment.
ALYAYS ON HAND
THE
(:eli:!iiili:!l lid M
STRICTLY PURE LIQUORS,
CORDIALS, WINES, ETC.,
, of the highest class at the
Commercial : Saloon
Corner Eeretania and Nuuanu Streets.
oo
P. RYAN,
Manager
THE CLUB STABLES
(Limited)
C BELLINA, Manager.
Fort St., near HClel. Telephone 477.
Uveiv. Booming id Soles Sites.
PROMPT SERVICE, STYLISH TURN
OUTS. SAFE DRIVERS.
" 0 wywmujr vtiuipyen lo caieri
to your trade. Fair dealing and good j
13 wJia depend on to get It. 1
We are especially equipped to cater
Dr. Rowat is always in attendance
a. me taoies.
II T ni-i.i tt . i m i
til II li Mnll P.S HHP.K STflTin
Cor. union and Hotel Sts.
(Old Bell Tower.)
Pin tt'ttttt . wn utt t TMmo.r
ED DRIVERS.
FIRST CLASS CARRIAGES.
HACKS AT ALL HOURS.
Orders for Surreys, Wagonettes,
Single or Double Teams at a moment s
--if-p
notice.
HAC
tt . tt- 1 r or rk n-. - r-
r 1 .AV iv in ua. la. iu. ii. aj.
and ISO.
C. BELLINA, Mgr.
Tel. 319. Stables Teh 477.
LIMITED.
Esplanade, Cor. Allen and Fort Suu
HOLLISTER Jb CO., - - AMOUNTS.
ConsolidQled solo Water Works Co
QVER THE LAND
! Drnmmsr's Data on
ArcDBi Circle.
KNOWS ALL TOWNS WELL
Points Out Peculiarities of Each.
New York Washington-He
lena San Francisco.
i Washington S:ar.
of th niosi vid-!y kno-.vn
Vrncrican itininu rcial trav IT
f'Hind
himself th cantor of a Krou:
if
rashington business nu n :it a hou 1 1
i caf! tablo the other nisht. I! liad
blown into Washington tarly in th :h r f lh iir.- that niak Nf-.vth ! :!; r. rf. Mir-iv. r. th
afternoon, had had a good dinner, was York or Chicago Iinik. r?v :ir! . ltk n: n of lvnrr. vn tho- h.v.- in
smoking a big black rlgar. and w as Kokorao and Kankakf w hra tt t oni : omr,4 ar .njpara:i'!y a' r -
talkative. I
"Ask me some hard ones." he said.
"The whole country's Itven my Lirri-
tory for fifteen years past, and is yet. I
I know Uie United States lik. a book.
That's my particular graft the rnl -
ted States and the cities thereof, and!
the folks that live in them. Put some
extremelv ditru ult propositions to me I
in the 3liap. tf (luestions. Ask me I
what 1 think about things.
I know
s5t all."
tv "What's the swifu-st town in thi-
country, ti-.en?" asked one of ;hf lot ai
business men. at ;i Vfiuniv. "It-tier
i than that, name the tlm-e swift-:."
"San Framiseo. New Orleans, and
j Helena." replied the i ommereial trav- I
eler. with no mote hesitation thin if
he but answered an inquiry as to the
prit of oods. "San Kram isoo lirst,
thouch. bv about a thousand tulles. I
San Francisco is perhaps the swiftest
town in the world, let alone the I'ui-
ted States. It's a eitv of hih-llvers.
People, out there just commence to get I
out of bed for the day's fun along
nhnnt S or f ii'i-lo.-k in I ho ovoilni? I
New York thinks itself warm. So
does Chicago. But neither New York
nor Chicago is in it for a minute with
pose more itpopie go lnke out in San
Francisco in chasing after fun than
:nivwnei. .ms on thp ir!obe. Thev find
the fun. but slathers of them make
w - .
Garrison finishes of it before they have"t gris
entirelv finished the nursuit.
Tlurc'.s something in the Calfornia
atmosphere that conduces to a rapid
wav of livinsr to ihe burnine-the-can-
dle-at-both-ends habit. But you've got
to have a lot of money out there to be
in tho Diish. San Francisco's main
bunch is an aristocracy of wealth ab
most exclusively: If you haven't got
the coin out there you have got to re-
sign yourself to figuring amour, the
'also rans.
"Its the coldest-liio.xled town on
earth in which to go broke. You oficn
hear tommy rot about the 'lavish ho
Vitality of Californians.' Don't lu:icve
a word of it. California's a hrart
break for a man up against it. and San
Francisco particularly so. I've seon
men with bum silk hats on their heads
working at street cleaning in "San IYan
eiseo tellows that have gone out to
California from the east, with th. ide.i
of making tcn-strikrs and getting rich
When they went broke they had to
tae the first thing that came a'on
There's an asonishinsly small middle
class in hail l-ranctsco. it a. ways
trikrs me out there that the folks
that haven't got money to burn ar
Hat broke. It's a big gamble, somehow
or another, the game of life out there
on the Pacific slope. But the folks
s!op.
that live there take
it a3 It comes.
and they surely do spin around a heap
while their velvet lasts. A New York
I or Chicago man has got to be in gxd
hard training if he expects to kvp up
! with the proossfon out in San Fran-
!eisco. and even then hes a good one
!?f w. tiio f.,ifr. Pr.n.-ii,.,
ha fact, is such a clipper that it's de-
i ...
raoraiizinp. iicn you ano 10 1.1.3
,i ; . e, t.-
cisco is tho most atrocious known on
th face of the. Inhabitable wr:dh.
well, we'll say In the United State,
thon-you've got San Francisco about
t its correct nronortlons. I wouldn't
carp tQ m.e thore
i
"Well, how about New-
Orleans?"
"wked another member of the party,
!nnni! a r.tUr nrt'
1 ...... ... . . . .,
replied the commercial traveler. "New
. Orleans Is the most animated dead one
I'vo ever walked around in. and I've
hav mv twenty or forty hacks at all
j f then t this oountrv at loailt j
; . ... . , . . ,
hop? there s no one from I-ou:siana in
i ?hn -t-.att-iI r,- I toiT T .k c - v t -i ,rk.-
I. .A w . -
v. .v. . .- ... . v . .
.... . ... .
as more annKtng clone m .c.v (r;.-ar.
tiin ?n nnv tmvn T nvor T
say drunkenness, understand. I say
ilrinVino- Th mo-i1. .Inwn tV.-rr. Vir.,
e-or thr srlencn of holding th.-'r .iHnvlable to take care of lhe:r. -Ives h
down very pat. and you very rarelv
mem n n Inrn-rlrntl rvh!f.- min rn
streets of New Orelans. But. geo whiz!
how they do drink in that town: morn-
ing unnKing, you aUOW. .now, up
tvround this part of the world tho men
.!.;:
. .-ry '." n-
;r a.o::-d r.
r , .
r:'..'.:i u: tri;- ".v.i
i.
a ,
.-k.i:r.! I .
N". .v Orl'- i:;.- - :::
Not
Ir.nk f r ::i g :: it.-c-: , ".
in tin.-, ar. I re :
N a or:-.i:i :!. -h
z h -!'.. . u r. : i
r. a: an vr::.- .y .
: :r::
Y..i
a:
:r
day
1-a:i in NV
ky :'.;ti4h:
V Orl MTi'
v: a a.
jitf i f l!ir.vlii:i. IV:: i : u 1
to all
v. :i i; .' i I ::
t: ! t !'.: N'.-a Or-
i::iiM::v- to c
l-.ir. 1: .::. fr
vo ir ;-r.-'a. i :j.ir::i;r. . i : . j
lif.' ;r'ai: ill
:-;
in S ir. Fr.ir..
1 1 ! y tl;t r a- n . hy
::i- n :i . .-:
tn iay ?'riv- -.i
and -n
'f
rs:;:IIy t iiiim1
tinw an.J ;i;or:u:;i::- in
nbnutin M-okinc. N-.v Or!.i:i S an-
i
to th matter f actual sw tr:n-s.
"How did yo-.i happen to in-er; H!e-
na in that list?' aiM ono of tr.r om-
merv lal travcW llsirn. r. "I. f'r
one. know that ILdt-na's in the :a:
of Montana, that it's thr main town
of that state, and that's all 1 know
aloiit it."
uaqai :o ia..- a r:in or:: i;n r- an j
have a 1-nik at it." wa . the i otr.r.-.i r lai
trav b rs reply. "If I r :n--r.ir r-!
r tly. Ht ! na is :: rb h: ity p. r
ap;ta i!i tr.- I nl".e. :.itt
saying a h ap. V 11. r,w of ta- H I-
n.i rneti pick d up th ir ::;on-y ;:
of the around !u-ky fin ! r-' In a min
ing wav. nearly ail of th-m. tli.-n (er--
well, yon nv.iMn t e.-y
ep,
t'em t .:.x a
; -
s t ofst;iMM V'.xW.x ielphi.i v.v n h nt .
tould you? They a ni-rry ;ue out
in IMena; it's wi,l.-o;,-n and all aliv
and ther.'s m:a front door key owned
in the rity. Nothing ever up In
Helena. And. by th way. aba: a yeir
ago I met. out in llrlrnn. a man h.i
ten years aso was a elerk in a aU-
inston lMk J'tore. I!" now i.wr. fi
many sapphire mln-s that h- d-n't
kiiw where uu y i zin or . ni. axi.i
woll. he iontribu:s his mite K. t.ie
I general swiftr f Helena. Af;rr
I Helena t omes Denver, and
I ... . . . . . t
witen ix t. a more .iR.-reaa.e m...
"' t. sasestel oneo. lt:e ie:r.
"What Amerb an city ha- th.. prei-
"iMila.ieipiita nr-i. .;.m,a s. w i.
Washington third. ..! the maimer
Ha! travrler of mu.-'.i wandering. "You
' q-i'tlou In such an ai .i.:rary
way that there is nothing for it but
to answer it JtK as arbitrarily, but.
all the same. 1 yrrak my conviction.
The prettiest g!rl and matron in
America are to l seen on Che-en-u
street In Philadelphia, run a nippy fall
or winter aflern.Min-not tlm nu:
stylish, yon understand, bat the mo-:
lovely. I have spoken, and I know i:
all. I don't In-long in Philadelphia, am
Hot partial to the pl.ire- a little bit. but
I am a model of impartiality. Then,
if there are in any :!w r Ar.urican city
outidde of Philadelphia . many pjvt-i
ty women, in prv;r:i :i to popula
tion, as th'Te are in Atlanta, n il
whcr that town l. that I n:av tak
th n!:ht sv j. r and g ;h re. Wt.-1
and most, nnstyii.h ;v to dre-.-.. ::: f
wo.nderfui'.y l ively! They f.I!aw h
,
er s-'o fa
along v.. htn street
that yo:i ran'i errin: Vm. and In: tl
of having to walk y'trn bltn ks. a
yo i ! in P. v'.un. ftr in.tanr-. bf re
you see even a p - li; c..o I l.iox.n
girl, you have got to traverse that d:
tan re oi ground in .i.a.;..i
A ft t t i . a. .
rct with even a ran b r.r.eiy p.a.n-;
looking girl. Wa-hir.cton i. a cj-!;
third In the malt r of Its pr. tty girl'.
No. I'm not j llyinrr. and I'm uot 11-
Ing goods tonight. I sv.v at !cat
almighty pretty g!ri tn F :r.--t th'
afternoon when I took a walk up th.;-
way shortly after cvt.ng ,nto to-Ati.
land tby knuA- ho- to dr.- s them-
hve and how to carry th.r'hv,
I ..w-. IV..V ef th. trcttl:t iiZlf Acre
''
I .r ?i.rulvclv drcS-e. but thr'y look d
peculiarly fetching all the same,
"Arcn'l " going to giVA poor oi l
... . . . . ..
New ! one even a to rtty ozu
asked oao of the b tsine nn. "1 ve
sn two or three over there ray?' If."
!j n - fln I :ithfrs c:
pretty women la .New k. wa t..e
. KM .
reply, but I'm talking aN:t the r. :
?, nf ritln. At that I've, walked
.,,3 M v v?i- on Itrji !-
way, in the busiest porw.on o. :.:e
an.
I ping dl5tnct. ana t.a....
hour.-, without feeing ca to..ary
passable-looking wom.ia.
Then o:
radiant girl dawned, tut didn't
. .n.v -k b!i'-i
atone for th ru.eea-.... a. 1
... . .
I S.1V. let III." w. .
,hl?per it: New 1 or
1 ... t f . . r"S 1 - -1
women. Mn 1 ru.. ... v
I ti-niffi SOm hOW or .IHoth'T. !"".. k
trifle rr wv'.I. militant and
nniM to met V.05 gO.T. g t a r
then but I'm afraid.
I "Vame th mot dimal Ci'X in
America, said one o: the party.
"Omaha. Nebraska." replied the c r.i
I mvrcuu irav.vi,
I hesitatioa.
a v 'T; a;a trim:- r o.
i
.ir. ;
at: i ' it
g J
r.. a:
h -v
; A V " :
:i bii . : k
lis . r.-in
I..I
g.: :
t. : ... :'.r ! . ..:
r f.vt
'I nT. N-jor.-l a ...
;:. r ;.y.
a:: I .!r.'
: Ln Iv n r '.Un ar.y
t:r.-:' r.:ar.:. r. r :.
k a a .
Sr..
y many ::.-n in I- t.v r. ;--r-
! ;" it's, in n;.v.::r ar. c :
.:; fa. : Thar a ar,:.- r...i; ::: if lvr.-
r n n r th!.r: -dx- . .tr .f
!. ;rn-Jr.iv !.a
i r. r' -n"
f:l .:r f ! n r
cr. !:a.r i.n tl.
- ' j :al.:y ;n
.- rar;
unfortunai. l I. : :: t: - :r :y .'-- ;
markaMy -.! grnT"l. and In th!
r-jp-t t !- xiily i!l4nf tb njrn
In general of any :!;.r cl:y f r ial
jpu!ution."
"In jp-akiig f lh- !a.i: . ftir-
gt : meniSm th ton hr th
nu jitylSh .:r--r atn.c? trn
!Ue."
in i i-: .. an x i .-
!r ;d'-nt r.rt in ;:!;::;. :j t
mi :'. r of i tiha !;:.! n:."
-Wh rV :!;" ;: i:i t'.i.- I':;.
it. .r a r.m
l.n;;:-l lr..:j-
: : !ue In? '
Chinas i. Yei .in cj ::;-t.- f-:
eir :nt; y ;;i t:j;a. in firry r
!;": thn tn any tc!ir .rarir,ti r;iy.
It-r:!j:n'
!.-.-. in t:i.
way f lixinc .-xn . Iln-J"' rrntV
a ng. -.ir.g to a J -bl f
cr-buitding. an 1 ;. hae a!
w.yj l--n at the biat: tf flcure jj,
Chl.ic. I mlcht !- Ind:i.l ! Uo
th-rt i.rni.innty m. lf If jki:
UKly d sti irant" nje a li:iar a roln
ut. for life f.ir ih- iih. Not other
wise, though. The p-np n-it th.r
fttie to awfully lu-i-4 l an I irk-
! and f.i-.-a:. kr.o-. Un ihetr
strllng4 In thl direc tion are (k pal-
pable. and the Chhago; man rolng th
pare a!a lit nie ainc.
Regard me in th- a : of whlrlinx!
" .Vhat's fl;e r.i: unsanitary city in
Aiuerb-a?"
"Phlla.lelphSa: Chirac. n I; Ctn
tlnnati. third: Mem phi. f.ar:h "
"What, then, I th nio nanitary
city in America? M.it heil'hTiI to
lie In. that i?"
"!lton."
"Nam t!;. nu.: c ii i:d ?tat an 1
city In the Pnite.1 State.."
"Mo: ctarcitr-,1 t:a:e. Ca!tforn!a:
mot concclte,! city. Chicago."
"What d n:i think I th- rMv-err.t-l
l:y In the cntmtry -i:l! f
Washington, of co::r.c?
"St. Paul."
"Woro governed?"
"Philad'IphiV
Clltjkl."
flre.i! r N Yr.
t n r atie ! n
"W
;a;
th :::
in the Fn. d S' v.
"MiUatik.e."
"In tihat part f :! comtry !
fr.d the sr-.:
ire-.ty tn hi;;
tran..rtior.!?"
"Away din ;". h
"A -.r.Vrn tr.an
x !.o to
lie. .!
( a ; tr,j tMr-,s:i nri-h v. dl'hon
c.tly. A Mci'h'-rn
;:ne rj.an can't
h,,,; w, ?
n '.. e an I try to : yo-i
t m !vr::.r:: :. ;Ir.- '.
.vl.4 tj; l. .,
man - er - II
ib . ran any
r- K -
!e. ct to lie in PiMm ':"
"I d n t
Wh'rh f tV
. r;tr I? '
..A1J fij- 5., ,
vn)- nv, ir.tair...
l.e rf gn:ar. oi !-
; .tns j. j. , :.. r;,:r.: cf r r.rlo In pre-
Vl:!l iu r.f.v .,. t.1. 4) ar.
t!. Ir contra'. t tl.e ::;- In the ,at
'.a r.otir iM" In :h:- r --p t. Thre
nn- ar. I tr.,:j.v . a rr.-: a : .1
w
iri:l?A In the .-a:n a
v
I m thTe. I: .! v. n't v c.n the
urfar. The Ar.; r!aa city I
can tow think cf that l n-.l:- dw.i
cf p V.Ic spirit I Ne York.
j
I .-Y 1 are ,,r.
no,r.
on New York, re j-n
No. 1 w.l :ira ar. J rmfd th
married th :.. a-.y ar.l chlMrra
live th're. 1 : I wh. a Pai at
I'ra a !-cil r
.v
nt of Nw
1 M m mm
York a: Ihii rre . :r. mT er.l
f tlnie
P.ut I'ra talking fact, yvj
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REFINED SL'GAUS.
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