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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU. MARCH 4. 1S99.
THE BANK OF HAWAII. -LIMITED. laccrporated Under the Laws of the Republic of Hawaii. CAPITAL - $100,000.00 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. Cha3. M. Cooke President J. B. Atherton. . . Vice President C. H. Cooke Cashier ffV C. Atherton Secretary . Directors Henry "Waterhouse, Tom Hay, F. W. Macfarlane, E. D. Tenney, J. A. McCandless. Bollclts the Accounts of Firms, Cor porations, Trust3, Individuals and will jroomptly and carefully attend to all frailness connected with banking en trusted to it. Sell and Purchase For Ijpi Exchange, Issue Letters of Credit. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. Ordinary and Term Deposits received and Interest allowed in accordance with rules and conditions printed in p&M books, copies of which may be &ad on application. Bafe Deposit Boxes rented by the month or year. VTAJJ3B SPRECKELS. WM. G. IRWIN. GLAUS SPRECKELS & CO, Bankers, HONOLULU - - - H. I. fli2T FRANCiSCO AGENTS THE NE VADA BANK OP SAN FRANCISCO. DRAW EXCHANGE ON 1M FRANCISCO The Nevada Bank of fcu Francisco. &? N DO N T h e Union Bank of London, WiiW YORK American Exchange Na tions! Bank. trJTilCAGO Merchants' National Bank. ,iiM Comptoir National d'niscompte Fans. iijritLlN Dresdner Rank. MONOKONO AND YOKOHAMA Honc fitonx and Shanghai Banking Corpora- TffkfiT ZEALAND AND AU ST R ALIA- dfca rk of New Zealand. CflCTORIA AND VANCOUVER Bank ? British North America. Transact a generaiBcmMno gExenanoe Business Doalt3 Received. Loans made on Ap- -&d Security. Commercial and Trav nJtrs' Credits Issued. Bills of Exchange &2kt and Sold. SJOXiJLECTIONS PROMPTLY ACCOUNT- BISHOP SAVINGS BANK On October 1st, 1898, and continuing ntll further notice, Savings Deposits will be received and interest allowed fyj ,this Bank at four and one-half per cant per annum. The terras, rules and regulations of the Hawaiian Postal Savings Bank will be adopted as far as it is practicable to apply them, and the Cash Reserve of $50,000 as required wader the Postal Act will be main tained. Printed copies of the Rules and Reg slation3 may be obtained on the 1st of Dctober on application. . bishop & CO. Honolulu, September 7, 1898. 5019 ESTABLISHED IN 1858. BISHOP. &; CO. - Bankers. jfRAlSACT A GENERAL BANKING AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS. Commercial and Travelers' Letters of Credit issued, available in all the Principal Cities of the World. INTEREST allowed after July 1st. 18S8, oa fixed deposits: 3 months 3 per b; 6 months per cent; 12 months 4 per cent . JHS YOKOHAMA SPECIE BAM LIMITED. Subscribed Capital Yen 12,000,000 Paid Up Capital Yen 10,500,000. Iteserve Fund Yen 6,960,000 HEAD OFFICE: YOKOHAMA. BRANCHES AND AGENCIES: Kobe, London, Lyons, New York, San Francisco, Shanghai, Bombay, Hong Kong. INTEREST ALLOWED: On 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 5 per cent p. a. On Fixed Deposit for 12 months, 7 p. c. The Bank buys and receives for col lection Bills of Exchange, issues Drafts and Letters of Credit on the above Branches and Agencies and transacts General Banking Business. Agency Yokohama Specie Bank: New Republic Bldg., : Honolulu, H. I. JUHEI ISWIZUKA AGENCY OF KEI HIN BANK, LTD. Vineyard Street. Transact General Banking and Ex change Business. 9E&D OFFICE - - - TOKYO, JAPAH. ,Draw exchange on FIRST NATIONAL BANK, YOKOHAMA. Read the Hawaiian GatetU CO (Betai-Wcckly). mm c&tffi&fl I Moihertiood Took it as a Child: Now gives it to her own Children. Mr??. Mabel r.oulton of ttrishane. Qikths lawl. has had thr- following unusiuilan-i inot delightful experience : ' From infancy I was weak and Mir at nnl prew to he anything l-ut a robust chill. I suffered from Iebility. n :ii-iHftite. and the usual consequence of such complaints. Itut my parents hearing of the health restor ing properties of procured some for me and I am happy to say that after having taken two bottles I re.t:i:t-d health, vijror and Rood appetite and have not been troubled ever since. I :im now married, have a family of my own, am sMll strong and well, and can recommend Dr. Ayer's Sar s ;p irilla as a poixTfand'y medicine' For constipation take Dr. Aver's Pills. Tbcy . I'.romptly relieve and surely cure. T;'ko t!'m with Dr. Ayer's yarsaparill.i: one aids the fliir. HOLLJSTER DRUG CO., Agents.. J- fi. Schnack. Hii OFFERS For Sale Any Rind of Island Stocks. Rlivq -mrl rmtriahf DUyb ana Seitb OUtrigni Citv nd Snhnrhsn Rpl Pc - i tate. P. 0. BOX NO. 104. QANDRt DANDRUFF KILLER DDES IT. DOES WHAT? Whv it It ills tho IrmrtrnfT nnrl mvas 1 i H , l fit. i. n ' i ! in i nnn m urnrar , iiiiii.ii muni, I I llllll I Jlllllll I II lllll'l 5 L W ho hair. If you are troubled with dan.! terrible irony In the Tate of Lulgl Luc Iruff. nricklv heat or anv smln nr cheni. Ben H. Uidgeley. United State druff, prickly heat or any scalp or skin disease, try a bottle of DAND RUFF KILLER. It never fails to cure. Sold by all druggists and at the Union Barber Shop. Remember the trade -mark, ."The Two Faces." Be ware of imitations. F. PACHECO. Sole Proprietor. Telephone No. C9G. THE FAMOUS INDIAN MEDICINES Are for sate by our exclusive distributing agents : : N : Hobron Drug Co., Fort and King Streets, HONOLULU WM. G. IRWIN & CO., LIMITED. Wm. G. Irwin.. President and Manager Claus Spreckels Vice-President W. M. Giffard..Secretary and Treasurer H. M. Whitney, Jr Auditor SUGAR FACTORS AND COMMISSION AGENTS AGENTS FOR THE Oceanic Steamship Company Of San Francisco, Cal. J. R. Shaw, D.V.S. Office and Infirmary, - . 863 King St. TELEPHONE 796. Modern and Humane Treatment. IS MOST TERRIBLE!, Horror of the Punishment for an Anarchist. Solitary Confinement In Darkness. Not Permitted to Talk, Head or SmokeThe Prison. Special Inciter to the New York World. Geneva: Lucchenl's punishment wlir " , . . ... fl , .prlntcnl ma:trr Iwlns rail frvm 1C be, for an anarchist, the most terrible . , that can Ik? conceived. It will be total silence. He will not be mail; a mar tyr." , Ite will simply be shut up, set to work and forbidden to talk. For the Cm five years he wil b?j iu ui.t i.viiuiiii the labor assigned to him there. After five years he will be set to work In a prison shop and may not speak to any of the lesser knaves around him upon pain of being returned to solitary con- finement. He is not to lm pampered; he may not smoke or read ;r tal:c; he loe3 not know what the world is say- ing about him. He is allowed no wine or beer or spirits, and since thai one famous cigar, of which so much has been said, was smoked, he has ikk been permitted to touch tobacco. All the prison .guards take turns in' Watching the cell, and he has had little' chance of getting special privileges, lie is allowed to recc.ve no visLs or letters' or to communicate with the world. All' sorts of iciters have Leon sent to him. t but he has seen none of thorn. These! come from all parts of Kuropj o:u or two from the Untied States. All the! letters received are not from sympa thizers. In one there came a bit of rope and a rough sketch of a man Un hanged. "This is what you ought to suffer, says the writer. The cantonal penitentiary of Geneva. j the Kvcche, is a gloomy gray stone building hard by the famous old Ca thedral church of St. Pierre (the church of John Calvin) In the Rue dc 1' Kvcche. : Some fifty prisoners are conlinetl there ' at present all males. Of these only one is a life prisoner, a parricide who has already passed sixteen years In his cell. Here Luccheni will enter, never again to come out. He will be put to ! worK at shoemaklng. On Sundav mornlnss therc a service in the ien- itcutiary chapel, which Luccheni may - uteml if he wishes, but as Anarchists scorn religion he may deuy himself this comfort. There is also a nrison library from which the prisoners may each take a book ev-cry Sunday. They are permitted to read on Sundays, and may also read at the dinner hour. Prison ers who have undergone this punish ment four or five years have declared that they would prefer death. Some have begged to be killed. For Luccheni it will bo particularly hard. He sees before hlra a life ab solutely without hope; the ceaseless talker will be reduced to everlasting silence, tho prrarJicr of the bad cause will be without an audbmce and with out a public, the idle and noisy anar chist will he forced to work Indus triously every day of his life from C in the morning until G at night ami can not even dispose of the fruits of his own enforced labor. If the anarchists have any wit they may siv? a certain Consul at Geneva. IX THE SOUDAN. There -May he Another Opportunity for " Hitting .vitchener." LONDON, lVb. 22. According to a special dispntih from Cairo, tho dis quieting news has been received thciv that the Khalifa, at the head of gsvatly augmented forces, is marching on th- Nile. CAIRO. Feb. 22. Tho Khalifa hi left Sher-Keila rnd is moving r.trth ward with a consideralile force. He has been fiercely raiding the Arabs along tho. route, and the latter have boeome panic-striken. Major Mcixna!d, the head of the British expedition which has been ex ploring East Africa, has started for Omdurman, and Major Hunter, the re cently appointed Governor of Omdur man, ami other Bi:ish officers on a furlough, have been recalled. LONDON. Fob. 23. The Dally News publishes the following dispatch from Cairo: The Khalifa Is advancing upsn Omdurman with between 15.000 and 20,000 men. Preparations are proceed ing to meet him. A footnote to the dispatch says: The facta are that Colonel Kitcheners scouts came in touch with the Khalifa, strongly intrenched with 10.000 men. and the British officer having only a small force, ho found it necessary to retire on Omdurman. Thl retirement the Khalifa regarded as a sign of weakness, and it led him to rally his forces to the advance. Lord Kitchener has 9000 men at Omdurman. ABOUT HAWAII. t Examiner Answer to Query.) .1. F. Moser, Kendrick. Idaho. Ha waii is not a good place to go with the expectation of making a living at the present time. Theadvice3 from the islands are that they are overrun with new arrivals, especially of professional men for whom there is nothing to do. The climate is good for weak lungs. The total area of the islands Is 6.5S7 square miles. Honolulu is the principal place on the islands, having something over 2S,000 inhabitants. roit revenue. v. a I i i or Postage. Seattle iv.i-h ). ;;. a h.iA Ik n introd;;c l i:i ;'.. Jap.ir. : I'.irli.inif a: to air. nl the pjv.al law. The till prt ;o?-s to ralo th p.m:.ic f: Iftuis (rtrt-c m.iir malt-r tu 3 iK'ii on every mommo and a fraction (do'iole th pr-nt 'Aichti; n pn: cards (focomi-c!aA mill n:.v,iT) toll2 fen. return card. 3 . n; on ntvupjper U Pi on cry C m mtn" ar..l a fraction. ?n each l-Mng chargM on paper. vj:r.Mcr . thin 20 montni . , . .. . . jfic: lrom Acril 1st. To! r.iph tharjrcji . .. . . . . . . Jand railway fans will lx ra'..i .! y.mti!- t::r.cotK-ily with tho io.-t.i:.'. -rirrrt 3), jcn ronsidcraVo n'ji.v llon !o lhv rruro..M lacrra-. but the . Govc-rnmvr.t dr minds revmt.. ar.d thl (?t em to te only way of raising It. Tho Only High Crad Oaklnc Powdor Offered ot a Mod orato Price. KitLiy EB Powder NONE SO COOD We all like o.ir r.;caU h )t. Nothing lukewarm will do. Nothing half l-aked 'Mor. to a turn". U the riht thin?. Tfc.nV the way wc serw o::r clothlr.j; Each garment U hot from the brain of the man who 'nj how to design it. My! How the m'n and boy imack their lip over our lint of Nothing. AND THE PRICES ARE JUST CHEER UPON CHEER FOL LOWS rite nunnunccmrnl of onr special ,.ile of neckwear, hand kerchief. Collars and Cuff.. 7T tlrs down to T'V. Hcmtltchrd Ilar.dkcrc!;!cf. 2 for r:c You m!. nn oj-porttmlty If yon don't hook on to fc.m of thf.e barnnln.". 9 Hotel Street Wavrrlcy Bloel Agents for Dr. Dclasel's Llnco-Mfifc Underwear. Scad for Catalogue WE MAKE SHIRTS TO ORDER. Telephone No. C7C. Nc. 9-11 Hotel Si niE CLUB S FABLES (LimUe !) C ElLLI.NA. Msrujcr. FcriS:.,nrlicuI. Tc!U:e 477. iiKP, Boordina cnii Seles PliOMPT SERVICE.' STYLISH TURN OUTS. SAFE DRIVERS. We ar c.p"clally cq'.ppc I to cater to your trade. Fair dcai.ng and go! service is what v.v depend oa to rvt I:. Dr. Rovat i alwavj In r.::r.dar.:c at Stabler. Club Stables Hack Stand Cor. Union and Hotel S:s. (Old Bell Tower.) CAREFUL AND WELL INFORM ED DRIVERS. FIRST CLASS CARRIAGES. HACKS AT ALL HOURS. Orders for Surrey. WazoncUcJ. Slncle or Double Teams at a moment notify. HACKS No. ir.. or.. To. 77. 97. 1Z and ISO. C. BELL1NA, Mfr. Tel. 313. Stable & Teh r BEAVER LUNCH ROOMS. Fort St.. Or?. Wilder & Co . II. J. NOLTE. Prop. Firsl-Class Lunches Served With Tea. Coffee. Soda Water. Ginger Ale or Milk. O-xa from 3 a. xn. till lu p. xn. Smokers Requisite a Specialty. M. W. M'CHESNEY & SONS. Wholesale Grocers and Diilers ta tuttcr iri Ageata Honolulu Snap Works Coav paay, Honolulu, and Tannery. WING WO TAI & CO. 214 NUUANU STREET. Ivory, Lacquer, Silver and Crockery Wares. Screca3. Va, Ratua Chairs, Crepes. Silks. Cig ars. Etc.. Etc., Etc. I LANDS For Sale. 1-2 Ij'.i a: Ka:hl. f.i:!n: Ka:hae- ha IV ItaaJ. aad In frva: cf G. Markham's rf.:.!'sc, ai'.h . r.tx dc '.'lag on. 2Qz loi :Cir ftrt. tr.auka o5th Ca:bo!ic church r--- it KalilL 321 la: a: Karurr.i. Tr'r.r tnsla c! Kins ircvt. about CJ trozx the Kari'.an-.A Triawati iVc-pct. I Tive ! v.j and touvrs a: Kapala-isa. situated sauk of Klzz aaJ oa Walk!! cf McrrU IU :av rrcmi.. lr.con;e a year. S A lol of aou: half an ere mauia of Kin iTc:. u-n co f: from th.; corr.tr cf a-J K'.zz :rec:.. The prcn;'.'s pr!':. as tnom? of rr anr.ar:. CS lou T:x1S) in Puusul Trac ZZ lots 10x::o la Pu jr.-il Tra o:j l :-xr:o on 2Cu-aaau :r:. oppcwltc tho oM fee vcrks. rear an 1 r.:aaka cf a!ote C lou. s-Abo i; : ) la 1M: Trac:. 1 1 . a t ! WalJvi;.! .-a i: vh. ! D Ab-r: Tra.-: Puna, ltar..;i; tl. :.ia 1 rx:!j from tho bcarh to a!o.t 2 n".!rj from :?.c voVnnx 2 1 Ci:y prrvrtlcir. c:. ;c. Prlvd ar- the c!.ca;-i iu the mar ket. For fur:hrr yunlcalar arrT ? i f fi nnn 13 l M l 1 11. U. liUH 9 IV REAL ESTATE BROKERS. W. C. AC1II. our maaacr, hxi over 1C year rxpcrimc la t-xl ru: L-jj-lr-r la thl city. Honolulu. February 7. Sl3 Children's Photos Ar the htrdcftl of atl to raaki rll until yo:i lcco;n a-ca:oa:cJ to the la5c. Mother. tell u vrc arc at otjr lt whra making phota of the little nM. Our quilnt, tialqa" pi faith ful likcnc.,c! ar.d daiaty !yli of Ha l thing photo fin 1 favor la every mother cyc. Prcvrvo l r.y -r".!y f.irc !a cr.c of William' pV:o. J. J. WILLIAMS, ii i Fort StrceL I D. H. Fjf C V. A4as:i33. FVFK & ADAMS0X. COMMISSION A(ti:NTJ?. 2H SIXTH ST.. SAN FR.NCIi?CO. CAL. Dva!cr in a'.i dr.-rl; cf CalJ-l fom'.a rrcl'jf!, . r-!fs:?3 for U!aa! lYu'.'.a jlcJ Pr Juc . PURCHASING AGENTS. ETC Cajh Ir&aor j tza6 oa coai'raztat. All tuilcfji ratraitr J to u will r ctUft proapi Attf a'Joo. c. I) m & to, Li). Q K-a S:rr?. : : H t-oIuIj. II. I. Hawaiian Arr:.--j!:r:ral Castiiar. Oal m fi nt'.a S u ir Company. ll&a:ai Sizi? ,r.NV 1$ a ra!y lo fsralth n:fir.r Coxpiny. Wailku Srar Coa:riay. 'Plaa! at! Oafratcr cf a1 rf Walhr S Ti-ir Company. Malry Sa-Jijr n hcrl io'Jr, izl fct ca rar dmpiny, i Jx.-i3i.a: i lUach Company. Kappa'.a Itaach. Plaatrr L:a. San Prase .-i Parkttr. Char lTr-KT Co.'a L'.io cf Ik toa Pa:. Ag.r.t Ii-uMn p-ur l cf UtiiTTr:':- er. aV for Phi:a!!phU IV? of Ua - LIST OF OFFICERS: P. C. Jaa, P.-c Gorxe H. Rotrt-oa, Maaar; IZ. P. Il:hop. Trcaurrr ar.d Sr:ary: Col. V. P. Allen. Ati Ii:or: C. M. Co-ik. H. Wa'.cr G. R. Carter. P;rvtrf. A NEW PAINT SHOP. HAVING ASSOCIATED WITH Cl Mr. John II. West, a practical Hoc Palate r. Decorator aaJ WeoJ lo!lihef are now prepared to rlt eUaat oa all kinds of work la thai Use. Mr. Wct cavlaft bad a practical ti pertesce cf over tirtaty yean la Sai Fraaclfco and other lar?e eltlei oa U Coast, we feel confident that any worl eatrusted to cj will kIt fa lire tatls factioa to our patrons, PEERLESS PRESnRVTNG PAINT CO LIMITED Offer, for Sale: REFINED SUGA11S. Ct-c asJ Crasatatrsl PARAFI.NE PAINT C0S Parr. PAINT OILS. Luce! Haw as4 Ikll. LlsjwJ Haw aal lUV.fyL INDUIUNE, WAttr-rrocf cc:3.a:r Fa!-!, la- ! an S outjli: la wV.: izi color k FERTILIZERS, A!tx. Crota & SitV L:;h-srai Sro:ca frti:iifrr. aJar:rj f.r par care aaj cc!Tr. N. OhlacJ: & Co.V tttrzUil frrtll Utt zi f.rc:y trzzl Daa i!raL STEA.M PirE COVEIIING, tiry ?:zz cix-Jii? t ; ::' l: FILTER PRESS CWTs. Ir. a aal Ja!. CEMENT, LIME A- MUCKS. AGENTS FOR IVIISTKKN SVCMi Ui:?-JN!NG CO, ALDVIN IXCOMOTIVi: V0!li:5. PhP.i4c:rh! Pcaa u. a JL i:wi:u. univi:r5.l will co, (Maaf. -Na::cail Cuac Srt 1 !r). Ne TcrJ:. U. S. JL. OHIANDT CO- 5a rraac!r. Cah mnoN IRON WORK?. AND 1jOC01:072V3 Fa a TraartKa. CtL ;3j A Mcl Piaat U toi cca;; :(: ::). cut Ii:cs-:r:c Pomrr. ih-- Htlzg I; a taia:i rar.:ar-. Why t&t Ktz.tr: yt-sr ;cf f:ca ca C1:NT;lI. S:a::3a? 0:.f fycrr f.ar caa fra'.Jh iztr la jor Par:. ;Cc.:r;f-a:. i:i;'wr, p.9-v IUI3- ay ai llo'.itf; : f-ra'.ih !!hl aJ psjr for x rsi:a rf fr-a 12 ta 1) C5iJL HTctrJc Por Ik'.zz ct"J, tat tit hh:r cf La:jac ceil !a jozt t. tin wavr. aaJ !:-f any :rh L!rh-;.rU3 T.z'.rurf. i 3 oa!jr tatr oti-sr.tt c-ox af:cr !a jor r:::h Vi'i'w a:rr ?-itr !f r::ah !i tPor. THE HAWAIIAN nUrCTTtlC CO It- tar.1 Ixrr f.octc cf W:n, ChAil Irt aaJ intrlral Geoff.. All or cr i:i t c:a rr:r: a.! t'a'.Iaa. a3 ff.lrsa! fsrIihi for Ush:!r.c arJ Porrr p:aa:i: io. t,j. if3 !i ::Tfa 19 6 Til EO. HOrni AN. Uaaar- HUSTACE & CC DEALEJL3 IN Wood and Coal ALSO . White and Black Sand VTV.ch wt w:;i at it very tavtti tanrLtl rat a. Telrphaa ?4a. li. Ilie Piifiiojics! msnt ftKret. tear DraaU. or 9 1 (f ) I - - fei. -V