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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL' ADVERTISER, HONOLULU JULY 2. igoa.
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Bank of Hawaii
LIMITED.
lM9T90TtA under the Uwi of ts
Territory of Hawaii.
Patt-Up Capital .
Sarjlus , .
.UnltvWed Profits
$600.00"
. 200.000
. 35,000
OmCEM 1ND
Caarle M. Cooke ...
P. C." Jones
C. H. Cooke
ST. C. Atherton
H. Waterhoua. F.
B. D. Tenney, J. A.
C K. Atbexton.
DIRECTORS.
President
..'..Vice President
Cashier
.Assistant Cashier
, W. Macfarlane,
MeCandless and
Commercial and Savings De
partments, Strict attention given to all
branches of Banking.
JuflJ Botldtse
Fort Street
Hawaii -Land Co.
Capital Stock
Capital, paid up
$100,000
$58,080
OFFICE..
W. C. Acbl..... .President and Maaassi
t tt Nakuina- ....Vice-President
tr.v-fT,i Treasurer
mnoA Johnson ........Secretary
C 9. Holt ...Auditor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
fiaak Kumalae. S. M- Kanakanal.
J. M. Kea.
The above Company buy. lease
r sell lands In all parts of the Ha
waiian Islands, and also has houses In
the ity of Honolulu for rent.
Sabscrllscd Capital, -Paid
Up Capital, -Bejemd
Fend, - -
Yea 24,000,000
Yen 48,000,000
Yen 8,710,000
' HEAD OFFICE: YOKOHAMA.
Interest Allowed.
On fixed deposit for 11 months, 4 er
cent per annum.
0 fixed deposit for months. -VA per
cent per annum.
Oa fixed deposit for S months, I per
cent per annum.
bank buys and receives for col
edctlon Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and transacts a
aral banking business.
3ranck of Yokohama Specie Bank,
flaw Republic building, Honolulu, H. T
Class fpreskels. Wm. G. Irwin.
Clans Spreckels & Co., Bankers
HONOLULU, H. T.
. w mivnTonn ATF!IT8 THE
NEVADA NATIONAL BANL OF
IAN FRANCISCO.
DRAW EXCHANGE ON
AN FRANCISCO The Nevada Na
tional Bank of San Francisco.
LONDON Tbs Union Bank of Lon
don, Ltd.
t)ET7 YORK American Exchange
CHICAGO Merchants' National Bank.
PARIS t;rean iiyuuun.
tiV-n AMn YOKOHAMA
Hongkong and Shanghai Banking
EW CTiSND AND AUSTRALIA-
VICTOR ANDVNCOUVER-Bank
British North America.
Trunsoci o GensiGi eni wm Business
DTo8lts Received, Loans mads on
ipo" r-rmmerclal and
raVTe- Yssued. Bill, of x-
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY
ACCOUNTED FOR. - ' -
C. BREAVER & CO.,
LIMITED.
CJsms Street, Honolulu, H. 1.
AGENTS FOR
m. Arrlraltural Company, Ono
saea Sugar Company, Honomu Sugar
Company, "Wailuku Sugar Company.
Makee Sugar Company, Ookala Sugar
nTittlon Company. uaieasau
DTh rnmnanT. Kapapala Ranch
rianters Line and Shipping Company,
an Francisco Packets. Chas." Brewer
A Go's Lin of Boston facicets.
. ..... T..mn Ti.-iii.rd of Underwriters
Agents for Philadelphia Board of Un-
isrwriters.
tan&ard Oil Company.
LIST OF OFFICERS:
r U Cnn-kf. Treaident: George E
Koktrtmo. Msnatrer: E. F. Bishop.
u niM. r,rt Rpf rptftrr! Col. W. F
Allen. Auditor; F. C. Jones, H. "Water
mas. O. R. Carter. Directors.
JUHEI ISHIZUKA
AGENCY OF
KE1 HI ft BANK, LTD
VINEYARD ST.
rrasjiact General Banking and Ex
change business.
HEAD OFFICE, TOKYO, JAPAN
DRAW EXCHANGE ON FIRST
WxTIONAL BANK, YOKOHAMA.
!t8lfflIil8BeCi6BlI,llll
BISHOP & CO.. BANKERS!
ESTABLISHED LS 1858.
Banking Departmect.
Transact business in all departments
of banking. .
Collections carefully attended to.
Exchange bought and sold.
Commercial and Travelers Letters c
Credit issaed on the Bank of California
and N. M. Rothschild & Sons, London.
Correspondents: The Bank of Califor
nia, Commercial Banking Co. of Syd
ney, Ltd., London.
T-tr-rt nri n.bie transfers on China
and Japan through the Horgkon and
cknnrrv -Rantinff fnrnoration and
Chartered Bank of India, Australia and
China.
t .iinnwi an term deDOslts at
AUlOt
the following rates per annum, via:
Seven days' notice, ai a per ctuu
Three months, at S per cent.
Six months, at Stt per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per cent.
Trust Department.
Act as trustees under mortgages.
Manage estates, real and personal.
Collect reata and dividends.
Valuable papers, wills, bonds, et
received for safe keeping.
Accountant Department.
Auditors for corporations and pri
vate firms.
Books examined and reported on.
Statements of affairs prepared.
Trustees on bankrupt or Insolvent es
tates. .
Office, S24 Bethel street.
Savings Department.
Deposits received and Interest allow
ed at 4V4 per cent per annum, m ac
cordance with rules and regulations,
copies of which may be obtained on
application.
Insurance Department.
Agents for FIRE, MARINE. LIFE,
ACCIDENT and EMPLOYERS' LIA
BILITY INSURANCE COMPANIES.
Insurance ofHce. 824 Bethel street.
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923 Fort Street
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LIMriED-
OFFICERS.
H. P. Baldwin rresmenr
J. B. Castie First Vice-President
W. M. Alexander.Second Vice-President
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
George R. Carter ...Auditor
Sugar Factors
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Commission merchants
AGENTS FOR
Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar Co.,
Haiku Sugar Company,
Pala Plantation Company,
Nahlku Sugar Company,
Kihei Plantation Company,.
Havr lian Sugar Company,
Kahului Railroad Company, and
A. and B. Line,
Edward May,
Emily F. Whitney,
W. B. Flint.
OF HAWAII, LTD.
Capital. ;250.000.00.
President Cecil Brown
Vice-President M. P. Robinson
Cashier W. G. Cooper
Principal Offlce: Corner Fort and
King streets.
SAVINGS DEPOSITS received and
Interest allowed for yearly deposits at
the rate of 44 per cent per annum.
Rules and regulations furnished upon
application. t
JOSEPH UAttTHAJfN & CO.
WHOLESALE
Wine and Liquor Dealers
Waverley Block. BETHEL ST
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SIGNS mo
WO DEHS
Seismic Action to
Herald Second
Coming.
ADVENTIST VIEW OF
VOLCANIC WRATH
J. H. Behrenj WriUs of Scriptural
Meaning of Convulsions of
the Earth's Crust.
DITOR ADVERTISER: Inasmuch
as there H at present consider
able volcanic activity in different
parts of the earth, and many
reasons are given as the cause of these
it has occurred to the
i,u-"vi"
writer that the Bible reasons have been
. .nnMiii ami inasmuch as the
laigciji ujiiivn-"
word of the Lord has much to say
upon this, we beg leave through tho
liberality of the columns of your paper
to present a few of these for the con
sideration of all who may read them.
What we shall say upon this subject
will not conflict with the idea as held
by some that -Coal and oil frequently
ignite and burn beneath the surface of
the earth. Thus rocks are heated, lime
stone is burned, and iron ore melted.
The action of the water upon the lime
adds fury to the intense heat. As the
fire and water come in contact with
ledges of rock and ore, there are loud
explosions, and volcanic eruptions fol
low. These often fail of giving suffi
cient vent to the heated elements, and
the earth itself is convulsed, the ground
opens and villages and cities are swal
lowed up." '
This view . appears to our mina as
reasonable and consistent as any we
have seen presented and for this rea
son we quote it here.
When the Savior died upon the cross
a the rocks
me tai ui u'u iui"
were rent," and when he arose from tne '
dead "there was a rreat earthquake.
When he shall come again to earth he
"will shake the heavens, and the earth
and the sea, and the dry land."
"But the Lord will be the hope of his
people." See Isa. 13:13. Joel 3:16. Hag.
2:6.
In the Savior's prophecy of his com
ing again and of "the end of the world
he mentions "earthquakes in divers
places" as one of the signs. Matt. 24:7,
Mark 13:8, Luke 21:11
. rry,a aim-miner freauency ana ae
structiveness of these in later years has
.0 k.ittip to look up their reooru
and history, and estimate th-i ratio In
which they have increased throun xne
advancing centuries. The result i
well summed up in the Christian
Statesman when it eays: "The con
tinued occurrence and great severity of
.ihmnVM ifLs distinguished the pe
riod in which we are now living above
n nil, tnw iTift records of - such
phenomena began to be generally pre
CtkfVP1
Tn tii. "tim of the er.d." just before
, ..-miTiir rf Christ. God declares
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vn riTi chow -wonders in tne
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d siama in the earth b
nea.th. blood and . fire and vapor of
"Great earthquakes shall
there be in divers places, and famines
and pestilences, fearful s'ghts ana r.revti
Kienn fiball there be from neaven.
Tonsil rofoM tn these exhibitions of
God's power xn calling the attention of
nii!nr.! tn frtand in awe of him, and
that ibfv may tremble at h'.s pres
ence. "Oh, that thou would-n rend the
heavens that thou wouldst come down
that the mountains miht flow down at
thy presence, as when the melting Pre
hurneth. the fire causeth the w aters to
bell, to make thy name known to thine
adversaries that the nations may trem
Me at thv r-resenee." Isa. 65:1, 2. "Let
all the earth fear the Lord. Let all
the inhabitants of the world stand in
awe of him," "which doeth great
thinirs iat finding out, yea, fnd won
ders without number:" "grent things
doeth he wbicb cannot be comprehend
ed. "Lo, these are parts of his ways;
but how
him."
little a portion is heard of
J. H. BEHREN'S.
A NEED OF
CANE GROWERS
Two Thousand Dollar Prize for a
Workable Cutter and
Stripper.
New Orleans, June IS, 1902.
The Advertiser, Honolulu, H. I.
Dear Sirs: At the next meeting of
this association, to be held on the sec
ond Thurlay in October, 1902, the sub
ject of "Cutting- and Stripping Case
by Machinery" will be discussed, and
it is desired to secure for exhibition at
this meeting descriptions and drawings
of devices for accomplishing this work
from all over the world. I now write
to ask if you will be good enough to
announce this in your journal and ex
tend in the name of thia association
cordial invitation to every one, no mat
ter where located, who has been work
ing on a device of this character, to
sfnd to us a description and if po'Dle
a drawing of it. same to be addressed
to the undersigned and to reach us not
later than October 1st. If you will be
good enough to oblige - us in this re
spect it will be highly appreciata-..
Tours truly.
REGINALD DTKERS.
Serreiary Louisiana Sugar Planters'
AssociaUon, New Orleans, La., U.
B. A.
P. S. Tou might also mention that
there is a standing reward of $2000
offered fer a successful machine of this
character.
Be a (VI an Among Men I
Are You the Man You Ouqht to Bet Are Yon as Strong as You
Loolf Or Have Yon Weak Nerces, Fallittf or Lost Vital Foucer,
Watte of Strength, Vari eocele, Poor Memory, Dull and Stvpid Feel
inas. Lost Ambition, Weak Back and a General Breaking Down of
Your Manly Powers f
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DR. K.
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severe drug treatment, stomach pump treatment and diet treatment without the leat re
lief I grew aiBgutea wiin vcem au ana as a lasi reson trieu yuur iKit,ku jn
three days I could flina away mycane, and in three month wm a new man, entirely curd
and felt better than I had for years. Several of my friends hay since purchased your
btlts. 1 would not part with ui ue for $1,000 ii I could not get ano'.ber. yours truly
This man waa cured two years ago. JOHN B. ulAi.
Yon Should Try It: Send for my book about it: free if you send this ad.
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This store has one of the largest Sheet Music Depart
ments in America. All of the new music as soon as
published. Every month we issue a Music Bulletin giving
a list of new music If you wish us to mail this Bulletin
to you free each month, send name and address. V O
charge but 25c copy, formusic published at
50c. Here is a brief list of new and very popular vocal and
instrumental pieces.
Each 25c Postage ic exti
VOCAL
"A Picture No Artist Can Paint."
"When The Harvest Days Are O'er."
"Good Bye Dolly Gray."
"For Old Times Sake."
"Close Your Dreamy Eves."
"Baby You're the Swellest Girl."
"You Have Won Her Hippy Heart."
"Stay in Your Own Back Yard."
"When The Autumn Leaves Ara
Falling."
Jendi for mur
large
Oil uRNtft Ton Stationary QotctRS
Oreo
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si iLy
rpcchev;e C"-5-.U Verh'cal&ech'o V . Hi XV Y JCiJUJU
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E. J. WALKER, Agent
MILK Sg- MILK 5 MILK
OR.T3AM A.IM3Z BUTTER.
Milk gupplied Wboleal an1. Rotail froi Principal Dajne? on
this Island. NOTE THE ADDRESS
Honolulu Dairymen's Assn.. Ltd.
'Phon White 241. - Offic, Sbet idaa Hfre;
Hare you at iored withent benefit? Is your
stomach ruined with drugs and your money
wasted? Are you tired of trying useless reme
dies? Then come to me. I ha Ye a pofeitive
and certain cure for you in
Dr. McLaughlin's Electric Belt
You put it on when you go to bed aod sleep
peftcernJJy under the influence of its warming
vitalizing power. You awske full of ambition,
with a healthy desire to tackle your day's work.
Each day you gain new life from it, and soon
begin to feel yourself a man among men. Each
vrrmtcm of vour trouble gradually disarpeai-s.
strength takes the place of weakress, and your
life is made happy by the restoration of your
and rigor. -
A Wonderful Care.
Torasles, Maria Co., Cl., Jan. V. 1902.
G. McLACOBLlK Der Sir: )nf -oiild not
the siefre of suffering I paed tbrouyh from
trouble and rheuma,tfnm. I w subjected to
906 Market Street.
San Francisco, Cal
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INSTRUMENTAL
"Invincible Eagle," Sousa's Latest
March.
"CasiLia" Sr.anit'i Intermezzo.
"The Ohio," Mar h and Two Step.
'Southern Girl Caprice."
"Mosquito Parad-."
"Hunky Dory Cak Walk."
"Rickety Dan Cake Walk."
"Janice Meredith Waltzes."
Smoky Mukea Cake Walk."
Mddretu all
letters to
Malt Order
Department
Oil and Steam
TH18 COMINO FUEL IS OIL
The beat burner for oil is that
of the TT. N. Best Oil Burning
System.
Lambert's Steam Moter Is
ahead of the ordinary engine
for convenience, simplicity and
eceaamy.
For particulars Inquire of
Roem 511 Stangenwald Bldg.
At
Your
Crocer's
35c Pound
We Are the
People ! ! !
te whtfm you hhould Jcome
when in net'd of anything
electrical. If "ELECTRIC
ITY IS LIFE," we can fur
nish you with Lifo in any
quantitiep, from a dry bat
tery full, to an unlimited
amount in the form of &
dynamo, from which yoo
can draw at will.
Let US figure on your
work. We have a particu
larly fine telephone,
The Ericsson"
it
The Oceanic Gas
and Electrical Co.
Contractors for everything electrical.
Magoon Block, Merchant St. Phone
Main 350.
HURRAH for the
GLORIOUS
Flags-Flags-Flags
ALL SIZES.
Torpodooo
A LARGE VARIETY. ,
Kongo Olulbo
SOMETHING NEWMAKE BIO .
NOISE.
Toy Plotoia ana
Capo :
Weill, INlUIIUIb AU., Liu.
REPUBLIC BUILDIKOi.
Delightful Climate.
Lovely Views,
Pure Water.
Kaimuki Tract offers the
best inducements to all
classes deeiring good reei
dence property.
Lots 75x200 and 100x150.
'mQ,$20 oqoH
ndOlO permonth
until fully paid, possession
immediate, apply to
Trnotcot5' dunr fnncinri ft Trt
ai. s s - s a.aii.aian mm m m t m
Judd Bid., Fort St.
Our I
ARE PURE
AND OL'Il
Prices Are Right
TOKAY
SHKIUlY
POUT
itinpr.iNG
Z1NKANLEL
75c per Gallon
CHOICE TABLE CLARET
5:c per Gallon
Hoffschlaeger Co.,
LIMITED.
25 King near Bethel 8t.
NOTICE
ANT WOMAN OR OJRL NEEDING
help or advice, 1 Invlved to eornara
nlcate. either In peraon or br letter,
with Enelirn Hattie E. larrab, ma
tron of the Salvation Army Woman
Industrial Home. 4& King "treet. Ho

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