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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU. MARCH IE BANK OF HAWAII. EDICIMt Of iwl OAy. for Serious Prostration Genera! Debtttty&c Ut lAttyr 4 6kW Discover tn medical ocitricr. - ? Media ne Vendors. - DRILL FOR BOYS "St. Mary's Cathedral, Sydney, October 14th, 1S&7. To the Minerva Company, Sydney. Gentlemen: I have much pleasure -LIMITED. 3aoorporated Under the Laws of the Republic of Hawaii. -fiAPTTAL - $400,000.00 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. O-ias. M. Cooke President J. iB. Atherton Vice-President Q. II. Cooke Cashier ?. CL Atherton Secretary DkHKrtors Henry Waterhouse, Tom May, F. W. Macfarlane, E. D. Tenney, J. A. McCandless. Solicits the Accounts of Frms, Cor porations, Trusts, Individuals and will promptly and carefully attend to all bTt3itte33 connected with ban kins en irsatea to it. Sell and Purchase For eign Fjtchange, Issue Letters of Credit. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. Ordinary and Term Deposits received -ri Tnoriiit niinwpd in accordance -tt2i Tales and conditions printed In in bearing testimony to the high va.ue rpaaa books, copi3 of which may be Qf your Minerva Tonic. During the 2Kd on application. holding of the Grand Australian Fair .Safe ieposit lioxes uitu uj CTftatlv anDreclated here by cwfa-eh or year: , , tne uiergy ana ouiera, wuo uuuu . 3HLATJS SPRECKELS. WM. G. IRWIN, most palatable and energising. Every- 1 MIC QDPPfin?! Q Jfr fft one who has had Werience of il Pro" yiftllO arnLuMllliu & W., nounces it admirable. RnnlfArQ. Yours Faithfully, DENIS F. OH ARAN HONOLULU - - - H. I. 3ATh. FRANCISCO AGENTS The Ne vada Bank of San Francisco. DRAW EHXANGE ON 3AN FRANCISCO The Nevada Bank -of San Francisco. 1.0NDON The Union Bank of London, (Ltd.) NEVA YORK American Exchange Na tional Bank. CHICAGO Merchants National Bank. PARIS Comptoir National d'Es- oompte de Paris. 4BRLIN Dresdner Bank. HONGKONG AND YOKOHAMA Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation. NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA Bank of New Zealand. VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER Bank if British North America. aagagg' General BonMnn 8 txcftanoe Business "Deuosits Received. Loans, made on ADDroved Security. Commercial and Trailers' Credits Issued. Bills of Ex- tfcs&gs Bought and. Sold. TQiLLECTIONS PROMPTLY AC COUNTED FOR. It is Strongly Advocated! By a New Yorker. j Many Benefits to Accrue 'It Will Make for Peace As Acatnst Athletic Drill. Dr. MacCraoken. CujatVlor of the New York University, mado an ix .plVnt address at the National MllItlA Convention organized at Tampa. Fla. I In it he said: : J Gonsalyes & Co., Ltd. QUEEN STREET, SOLE AGENTS FOR THE HAWAII AN ISLANDS. GOLDEN HOLE BAZAAR -OeO- HAWAIIAN SOUVENIR F1.AGS lO CENTS EACH. HAWAIIAN SOUVENIR PINS. HAWAIIAN SCENIC CALENDARS. HAWAIIAN IIATS AND CURIOS! HAWAIIAN SHELL LFIS! HAWAIIAN SILK. FLAGS! 1SH0P&C0. Savings bank FINE STATIONERY. :- For Foreign Correspondence. NOVELS! BOOKS! NOVELS! 3n October 1st, 1898, and continuing aatil further notice, Savings Deposits -sm ba received and interest allowed hy this Bank at four and one-halt per eat per annum. The terms, rules and r-nriation3 of the Hawaiian Postal 3aviiLgs Bank will be adopted as far as 3t i practicable to apply them, and thfi Cash Reserve of $50,000 as required ijader.the Po.ital Act will be main-iaaed. Belated copies of the Rules and Regulations-may be obtained on the 1st of October on application. BISHOP & CO. arouolulii, September ,?, 1S9S. 5019 ESTBLISHED IN 1S5S. BISHOP & CO. -Bankers- TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS. 316 Fort Street. THE CLUB STABLES (Limited) C. BELL1NA, Manager. Fort St., near Hoiel. Telephone 477. sties m Booing ona soles PROMPT SERVICE, STYLISH TURN OUTS. SAFE DRIVERS. . We are especially equipped to cater to your trade. Fair dealing ana gooa I service is what we depend on to get it. Dr. Rowat is always In attendance i at the Stables. nm10rr.ini nmi Travelers Letters of -Jrectft- issued;, available in all the TMucipal Cities of the World. Club Stables Hack Stand Cor. Union and Hotel- Sis. (Old Bell Tower.) 1-vTKiiF.syp allowed after July 1st ms fixed deposits: 3 months 3 per HACK! .Btr months 3 per cent; 12 months Orders 4 per cent. CAREFUL AND WELL INFORM ED DRIVERS. FIRST CLASS CARRIAGES. HACKS AT ALL HOURS. for Surreys, Wagonettes, "First Instruction iu military tuc tics In public and private high choo'.., o far r. tried, ha been eminently useful to the boys and to their teach ers and the nation, and therefore this convention should organist? a proa-l canda to secure the extension of la-! structlon in the high schools until In stead of less than ner ccn: of th III Y. I . . I- - .t.tnr -i.t 1 . In. I struction, there should not be . per I rent neglectins this Instruction. AUo 1 in the private high schools, so that in- stead of less than 15 per cvnt In any j one of the five divisions at our coua- ; try that give such instruction threi should be less than 15 per cent, noil giving it. communities where no hih school exist, and where lniys are conthiul In the grammar or common school until they arc fifteen or sixteen years of age. this convention should encourage such schools to give military drill such as is elsewhere given in high schools. Fur ther, that grammar schools should 1k. encouraced to Introduce the various I Vettlng-un exercises' as a vai ;.iblo and I easily arranged gymnastic. Beyond this, .as a rule, the grammar school should not attempt any military tac tics. Between athletic drill and mil itary drill, I believe the latter excels in promoting symmetry and rounding out the physical Iveing. "Ascending beyond physical results.' marching to music cultivates the par and rythm. Attention to orders culti vates" alertness of he j ring, prompt movements and concentration of thought and will. It discourages dls putatlousuess; it brings Into contrast individualism and organization, nnd emphasizes the importance of the lat ter. It is an old proverb that those who would learn to command must first Iparu to obey. The youth of America are perhaps as little reverent to superiors as any youth in the world. There is the more reason that strict discipline should be a part of educa tion. The supreme argument xor mili tary drill in our high schools Is that It makes for peace. Today blind and silly optimists Join to raise a cry against military drill In school as threatening, us with militarism in excessive and ruinous amount. I should not fear it every one of the eight hundred thou sand boys that go out of our school- every year Into active life had enjoyed two or even three years ot drill. tht . ... .1.1. It!.. we snouiii oe one pariici: mmr to march Into Canada or Mexico or to take shin to conquer either Europe or Asia. Nor would the fact of their drill make them one Iota more ready to a courage riot or civil war. "On the other hand, gran: the Fnlted States that out of her Ihjvs leaving her high schools and the uppermost grades nf hpr cram mar schools, a hundred thousand every year with some kno1 edge of tactics, and at once you have the best material for our State militia or National Guard. You have tin Inst substitute for a great and expensive standing army. You have a strong de fence against threats of insurrection and anarchy. "May this convention stir the South .tinnt nn.l oiith Central State, that have today S;s public high school for boys, but not Z per cent of thro giving military instruction, anu iue hi pri vate high schools and not u per cent ylvlnir militarv instruction, to entri c . U T-B'P- AND For Sale. iA iv XUJ. AiJ :a fii c! C. Cats: c el-r2 t K.H. r Kits :rw., z o f lt,rvs; X-a year. Mill tiKlHtOK, A C1IAMIMU.N IlllNTi:!:. di is ll..trr.'.i rUt,. -lVr J f-off. l f - r-' A ): cf S31 L:f S -rr a-VA i of Kizz ai (.ro it cckxt of Ul Kirx f rr' Ti ;rrc: ;r!cre a.a iir r ini 7? ti-k. 1 . r lliliiit (x) ' Baldng' Tin: wp.ir:: makv? itfRir.N. tliulyari Kr'- ) Take up tfc- White irL rx Snd forth tt- tet je Lrrr! (m bind your -c t exi To serve your captitrt" ri: To wait, in fc-avy harctM. On flutter? 1 fc!V; at: ! vi:i Your MW-cvJstl rp-. Half devil ar.1 hi!! cht Take up the Vh!:e MaaV !.rdrn- Iu patlecc to &M. To veil th tbrel c! trrrvr And checi: tte tto-x cf ; t'.U U- open -h and slsr'- An hundr! t! aa-ie ylVr.. To eek anottcr's rro-t And work af.tter Take up tt- YL'.'- .V.vr t ir n The sava2 wir. cf race Fill full tfc r:cuh cf Faaln. And bid tb !e And when y.r . The vert fr titer o;?ht Watch slctl. as VittrS fo!ly Ilring all : hr :o crc!::. Take up tt V. !.i v M-". f-'K-l. i No Iron ru r ? k'.cs. Hut toll of rf J." I r- r The ta cf c-rz'zznz. ".hlici. The ports y ba!l Lot titer. The roa ye shall Lt :r0. ;o. make tbn: wl!h cur Ilvln,- And mar: v-. !!h your di !. Take up ttt V.'i.it. y.u' t J.-! n. And r-?ar reward The blare? cf thc- e tft:r. The hat cf thr e suri The cry of hcv v huscr (Ah slowly!) tcwanl ttc I'.s'i;: . . 4 . i w . . mmm . : v :l o ts P::: Trr. IS k-J TitlJ la r--rl TYrl. r.it c?;:;! it- c:4 r k. j AScrsi S 3 :c la K'X Trct. ;:a'.rvS cr!' 341 Ia-5 5 iaJ -.ai. tt U as::!el tail U O la ti-e Kra Id Atoa". tf0 ArrrJ la K"IUS0. frca ta l-ca to Aot. lkiTlrrjjGl' (Ijimlb oil! 2! C::y rT- 'r- 111. t REAL ESTATE BROKERS. W. C. A CHt. or iur. i r la taU city. Shildren s Photos aa:U cra ivs: ar r.cis3 to tf !-:mi &-j2itr t-f ttl-ct atitxk. KoVUn t ti oar Our lovei i::vr:-n a'ra:" Take up the vMr- Mar. t ;r;Vr Ye dare t. it ?oop to Its Nor call tc ca KrvcJoa To cloke j ur ucarini' lly all ye will cr wL;r-r. . Hy ail yv lrtvr r do. The jJN-nt. f:!!'! rT!' Shall Arlch : :r ! ..:! ; Tak up th Whit- Mar ..'b'Jrd. u llavi don? Alth chll i!h dy The lightly rreffcre-I la-rel Th ay ur.f?T.;!s'd rr'- i&--a:.oar .C'.A:palUa s!lUit ta cxktrs pso-.M cf tr t!U!- : w to .aoia!a aJ ir: horse I co. On a;?at 1-IZ- 1- tAist-M-rtf aa3 t:a!y ftJi cf ta- CBBTBHHIAL BEST Cat fv;r :a rrj totafr j -- i Sterling Flour. , o WASIIISRTON FEED CO. J. J. WILLIAMS. IIM I IP. Fort StrooL. doai. The J idxtr.-'. 'f , :r ;r 5o:.t: A;r.sr COK. FORT A QUtt! STS. Ttl;ioa 412. Single or Double Teams at a moment's notice. TTAr-TCc: vro 4T. 63. 70. . 97. 125 W YOKOHAMA SPECIE , , 1NAM. LIMITED. Tel. 319. Stables Tel. 477 jow r-.inUnl Yen 12.000,000 STVt S . Yen 10,500,000 CJr7ndT Yen 6.960,000 J. R. Shaw, D.V.5. . M-u-.h V Te ' r- iCHOICE VL K Jf TJl J X14 SIXTH ST 0,V4 lay at Z oV.c k it ANfJ I CAL. PORKS in:.T in mn::.. MANILA lure svctt !e2r.?. bat :h cl-- v!y al,r ..v on this course of work. It mean more J'' !M:n. rod tho tn ; crta.-; law and order In your own Mates. It My Itnrtn xii n:d n means a larger hare In th. nationally t,,. trujrary re.ponsil ty. U meaa m '' ro;l,,in and U.aW b-f. f-. analysis, Peace on catth anl K" I unto men " uir- Thrpo ritip on!v In the I nitcd States I Thn .vr. fcvicr l r:r.:t. r.. Taj make military !niruvl!oa obligatory tavV,.ra flxm ixe te!. O ir trc r. rl 'fXIlIC 21 tilC the srammr.r fono.)i-cjw . r.., ,nin..ii, to repair. In it. -r- ! fA L F!f- C W iL?vrA'.t. FYFE & ADAMS0X. jCOMMISSION AC5KNTS. tr. u.r' i oo- Sau5JKCf. Liver. Hi-c Cheese and Break f.is? Bo- 1 fsral IVf3acUL fUsta far IvaJ rrJu aa1 Pr 1av iut:uitASt:o aci.T3 trrc. C4Via rUriaart cax4 ca CTCaafK.1. rroas?i iiiaJcjo. 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 ZYz p. c. On Fixed Deposit for 3 months 3 p. c. INTEREST ALLOWED BY THE 1 OffiCO olid Illflllllaiy, HEAD OFFICE AT YOKOHAMA. TELEPHONE 796. On -Current Deposit 'z per cent p. a. Modern and Humane Treatment. Oca Fixed Deposit for 12 months, 7 p. c. Th Bank buys and receives for col wtion Bills of Exchange, issues dL.e"er?f i.n J5 Merchant : Tailor. 863 King St Colorado CUy, Col., and Butte. Mont.-) two of which are small cltle In the Rooky Mountain region, and the third is practically a suburb of Cincinnati. Obligatory military Instruction In grammar schools may lie said hardly to exist. Four or live cities authorize voluntary Instruction la military drill namely. New York City.. Ceneva. N. Y.. Yonkers. N. Y.. UH-heter. N. Y.. and Winona. Minn. i n e;v r.Z."Se ; ;r. .ar-i ins the jms. Th rtLt .d-r.i .m- oKintry to the sr.rce vjt.i rfc CENTRAL MEAT MARKET. pMr In tlu orcr. tcrtt ia tJ. ih tnom'.rti: ar. 1 la s)!d;Ts pri!wit'.7 l!! f whm i!v are cn tt:- v?.i- .1 WM. G. IRWIN L CO- LiuiTi::. Branches and Agencies ana tssTOsacts Oeneral Banting liusmess. Li. KCXNGr FJSE. tCHANT : TAIL f23& Fort St., Opp. Club S:ab!es. TWO TIKU'AND VOLTS. NVw York I ::- rielun Who ll c. U a Terrible f Itock anv' Still Live. 1 sn;.K n:-: capita. Urea! ItriM'.r. take rr.' . anv country C0v. . r- ;r. ':u O. Ir:a..f.-rt; tra .vx-! Majr W. 51. G;!!a.M..5rv.:r a - T.-arr II. M Wi'.tsty. Jr Aai;:or .-rCAK FACT:L- i annum- M ? ---I- ? AN! la Inound ..r i:cd. S-rr.r..' u- NEW YORK. March T. J- U Il.mi-1 P,,:,l,,lJ' lror.: f.-rr.ar.y r.. 1 Agency Y'okohama Specie Bank: few Republic Bldg., : Honolulu, H. I. JUHEI 1SHIZUKA AGENCY OF KE H1N BANK, LTD. Vineyard Street. FINE SUITS TO ORDER AT REA SONABLE RATES. Suits cleaned and repaired.. Satis faction guaranteed. WING WO TAI & CO. 214 NUUANU STREET. Transact General Banking and Ex change Business. HES OFFICE - - - TOKYO, JAPAS. 3rir exchange on FIRST NATIONAL. BANK, YOKOHAMA. Ivory, Lacquer. Silver and Crockery Wares, Screens, Vases, Rattan Chairs, Crepes, Silks. Cig ars. Etc.. Etc.. Etc. Read the Haeiin jfrmt-UVejry GagrtU Ifl. an eniV-ovce of the l.-xlnuton-ax-nn c: '.e jover-ho;K-i'. uhl!' ai.v:p. at hi.- switchUiard nccivil and s ir vivod an electric f hi ck of aluvi: volts. The man' body was badly burned from head to fint. ci-ry inh of clothing '.va.s torn from him and h fell c-ensIcs.- thronsh a ho! Ins-aa'a-nooxly burned In the tloor by ih ter rific electrical io'.ver. The dv.-t;r.- who attcndcl him say there is no -a.- oti record of a man withstanding a similar shook. The accident w.v caused through II.iai;vI tryinc tt iiht-t a loo.-e screw on th s-.vitchlHard and In some way closing a circuit. The enor mous iKjwer of the shock may b. J ids- el from the fact that until the circuits wer readjusted all the car of the road were brought to a standstill. Norway. 12. a:.! Spiir.. V b.v .avd many i.it tills .:nce we iezin u.;az v.43.i...iai s Couch Remedy In our home. We a bo:: open all the tia:e asd r.he11Tfr any of my family or myself tcc'.a to catch roM we bcs'.a to ue the Coj;h i:mdy. and a a resu'.t we never fcave to watl away for a doctor and Inrur a !arp. den-tor bill, for Chasjbtr'.A'.a' Couzh Remedy never fa'.'i to cure. It i certainly a m liclne of crot rlt and worth. 1. S. MearkI. Gesen! Merchant and Farmer. Matf.e. IV-!ford county. Pa. For &a by IVaion. 5:'.ta it Co.. Ltd.. whoa!c asostf. For more than half a ca:ury th famous o!d J Moore AA "Wal:ey has l.n the faor'.te with cor.?'.-eir.. COMMISSION AGENTS Tir: a;i:nt.- ror. Oceanic Steamship Compan ) IKKIVKK I V UllUlflil Q-a i-tr!. : : ica4 .3 ji. S COL 11 lit ft Azr't r.; iar. Oit- rr.a rvr Ca;;ay. Haava Czz? V. &ziT cv;.xar. Viat Szzir Oaxvay. 3ixl t 3-r-r cvo:;aa7. lu:tU luaca Coa:4tr. Ka; luaa fUa:r' Ui', 5va Frxa;:. rdrif. Cars ttrr Co.'a Ia cf tea lafiiL. Atu l;:a IkrJ o! Ualrrrn:- rt. Amu fr Ia;::;5: nirZ Ua. Ill FOR Fences, Stairs, etc. list or fjrnciiii?: Call aii n:;oar wfit. J. T. LUND. Ccfca S. Del! To r. Zm z 111 Rend the Haicciian Garrttt fSmi'TVeehty). V. C Joa-, Itc iat: Cirr 1L i!ar.oz. 2farr: I 1. 2::acr. Tri-rr Frtiry: Ct!- VT. r. ,::ra. Aa ::tor: a M. roAf, jl v;rr hvi. . ft. Ciri.-. t:r:&?i. A NEW PAINT SHOP. HAVING A.j5oc:.TKII WITH US Mr. Joaa It. Wt, x ?rct:cid ) 1 ozy lister, ivv-orivcr aal V3 I:uaer. e ar! to rrrxrei to c".r f-iilaiatt 1 oa a!l Haft cf wo:k la tail ::ae. Mr. V.Vt aav;-r bla ?raciinl rx-rrw-! cf otr ieaty Ja Ua Frisrliro aa4 otar lxrc ci'Je ca tl Ccst, w fti cos.Siat iaAt aay work atracJ to tu :i j.t vJr foctloa to oar jatroa. rnnnLn?5 rncsnnviNG paint co.