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(THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU. SEPTEMBER 4. 1002. 11 THE BISHOP S CO.. BANKERS I M. C, II Bank of Hawaii ESTABLISHED IN 1858. LIMITED. corporated under the Laws of the Territory of Hawaii. Pald-Up Capital . Surplus . . , . Undivided Profits $600,CC . 200,000 . 35,000 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. Charles M. Cooke.... ..President p C. Jones Vice President r TT. Cooke Cashier W. C. Atherton. Assistant Cashier H. Waterbouse. F. W. Marfarlane, 3. D. Tenney, J. A. McCamucss and C. H. Atherton. Commercial and Savings De partments. 8trict attention given to all branches of Banking. Ju31 Bailing - Fort Street iiieMiiiseeisBiiLlil Subscribed Capital, Paid Dp Capital, Beserred Fund, - Yen 24,000,000 - Yen 18,000,000 Yen 8,710,00a YhEAD OFFICE: YOKOHAMA. Interested Allowed. On fixed deposit for 12 months, 4 per cent per annum. On fixed deposit for 6 months, 3 per anf nor ATI. iTll- On fixed deposit for 3 months, 3 per cent per annum. receives for col i.UO w imx Tim a f TYPhnTiffe. issues i-raits and Letters of Credit, and transacts a general banking business. Branch of Yokohama Specie Bank .... ..it T-r XT T New Republic Duuaing, nuuuimu, . . Claua Spreckels. Wm. G. Irwin. Clans Spieckels 4 Co., Bankers HONOLULU, H. T. ' SAN FRANCISCO AGENTS THE NEVADA NATIONAL BANK OF SAN FRANCISCO. DRAW EXCHANGE ON BAN FRANCISCO The Nevada Na tional Bank of San Francisco. LONDON The Union Bank of London, Ltd. NEW YORK American Exchange Na tional Bank. . , CHICAGO Merchants' National Bank. PARIS Credit Lyonnals. BERLIN Dresdener Bank. HONGKONG AND YOKOHAMA Hongkong and Shanghai Banking NEWPZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA Bank of New Zealand. m' VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER Bank of British North America. Tronsaci o General wmi ixGnanoe Business Deposits Received, Loans made on Approved Security, Commercial and Travelers credits Issued, Bills of Ex change Bought and Sold. COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY ACCOUNTED FOR, '. . . C BREWER & CO., LIMITED. . Street, Honolulu, H. i. AGENTS FOR : ttawaUam Agricultural Com jany, Ono ns Sugar Company, Honomu Sugar Comany, Walluku Sugar Company, ttakee Sugar Company, Ookala Sugar Plantation Company, Haleakala SUnea Company, Kapapala Ranch- Wasters' Una and Shipping Company, taa Francisco Packets. Chas. Brewer A Co's Line of Boston Faekets. AgABts Boston Board of Underwriters. tgents for Philadelphia Board of Un derwriters. .". Vtaaaari Oil Company. LIST OF OFFICERS: C Si. Cooke, President; George E. fcartscn, Manager; E. F. Blsaop, fruiurer and Secretary; CoL W. F. fldlaa. Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Water fcS4, . R. Carter, Directors. AGENCY OF KEI HIN BANK LTD VINEYARD ST. Telephne White 1811. Transacts General Banking and Ex change Business. HEAD OFFICE, TOKYO, JAPAN DRAW EXCHANGE ON FIRST NATIONAL BANK, YOKOHAMA. ORLAN CLYDE CULLEN COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW. U. S. Supreme Court, Registered Attor ney U. S. Patent Office. United States and Foreign Patents, Caveats, Trade Marks and Copyrights. No. 700 7th Street, N. W. Opp. U. S. Patent-Office. WASHINGTON. D. C. Hardware Co., LU . Importers and Dealers in Eeneral Hardware, Tinisare, Paints and Oils, Crockery an 89 N. King street, makal side, between Nuuanu and Smith streets. Telephone Main 393. P. O. Box 609. Hawaii Slrnpo Sha THE PIONEER JAPANESE PRrN Ing office. The publisher of Hawaii Shinpo, the only daily Japanese pap published in the Territory of Hawaii p SHTOZAWA. propriete Y. SOGA, Editor. Editorial and Pelnting Offla-4a Smith St., above Kifig. P. O. 3c Telephone Main 37! 13 Banking Department. Transact business in all departments of banking. Collections carefully attended to. Exchange bought and sold. Commercial and Travelers' Letters of Credit Issued on the Bank of California and N. M. Rothschild & Sons, London, Correspondents: The Bank of Califor nia, Commercial Banking Co. of Syd ney, LfcL, London. Drafts an5 ea& transfers on China and Japan througn the Hongkong and Shansrhai Bankinsr fnranratinn nrl Chartered Bank of India, Australia and unina. In tr put j11jvbb1 ti toT-m A annul m at the following rates per annum, vis: oeven aays' uotice, at 2 per cent Three months, at J per cent. Six months, at per eent. Twelve months, at 4 per cent. . Trust Department. Act as trustees under mortgages. Manage estates, real and personal. Collect rents and dividends. Valuable papers, wills, bonds, eta.. received for safe keeping. Accountant Department. Auditors for torporatlons and prt vate firms. Books examic 1 and reported on. Statements of affairs prepared. Trustees on bankrupt or Insolvent es tates. K Office, 124 Bethel street. Savings Department. Deposits rectv4 intrt, Allow. ed at 4 per In ac cordance with rxuzs suits regulations, copies of which may tx obtained on application. Insurance Department. Agents for FIRE, MARINE, LIFE, ACCIDENT, and EMPLOYERS LIA BILITY INSURANCE COMPANIES. Insurance office, 924 Bethel street. CSSffiH A Proposition Kindly indicate to us your desires and we will promptly meet you with a definite 1 SI fl a a 11 proposition. H 11 IS tf n n il li Hawaiian Trust Co.. Lli. 923 Fort Street. a y a H B ES3 fS9 ESS EE3 BBisa cansa UMIXJiD OFFICERS. H. P. Baldwin President B. Castle..... ...First Vice-President W. M. Alexander. Second Vice-President P. Cooke Treasurer W. O. Smith Secretary George R. Carter Auditor Sugar Factors -ABn- Commission Merchants AGENTS FOR Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar Co., Haiku Sugar Company, Pala Plantation Company, Nahlku Sugar Company, Klhel Plantation Company, Hav lian Sugar Company, Kahulul Railroad Company, ant A. and B. Line, Edward May, Emily F. Whitney. W. B. Flint. OF HAWAII. LTD. Capital, $250.000.0. president - Cecil Brown Vlce-Preaident ...M. P. Robinson Cashier w. u. cooper Principal Offlee: Corner Fort and King streets. SAVINGS DEPOSITS received and interest allowed for yearly deposit at tke rate of 4 per cent per annum. Rules and regulations furnished upen applies. tim. JOSEPH HARTHANN & CO. tJHOLESaLB Wine and Liquor Dealers Waverley Block. BETHEL ST ssseessees ESS3I ; - Esa 1 msm far ". fi ni l in THE FIRST Secretary Brown's Report for the Summer. PEDESTRIAN TOURS WERE POPULAR The Class in Hawaiian May Be Discontinued During the Coming Year. Young Men's Christian Association matters are beginning to liven up at the corner of Hotel and Alakea streets. though the gymnasium classes do not begin until after Regatta Day, and September 30th is the date for the first educational class. Early In the morn ing of the first day of the month Sec retary Brown gathered together half a dozen ambitious men -who had an en sras-ement to lnnch at high noon 310S feet above tidewater, and the engage ment was kept without much difficulty. This is the second Y. M. C. A. party to climb Kohahuanui this year. Felix Tranquada is just back from his Hawaii trip where he and Mr. Waldron were the first ones ;to get a near view of the glowing lava on the occasion of the latest outbreak. A brief meeting of the Board of Di rectors was held at four o'clock yes terday to hear reports and elect new members. Among these were : two elected to honorary membership: Bish op Henry B. Restarick of the Episcopal Church and Major Harris of the Sal vation Army. Secretary Brown's report for the months, of June, July and August was read as follows: f The fact that a quorum of our Board of Directors could not be gotten to gether during these months is an in dication that indoor work could not be expected to boom unless it be along lines of reading and playing ping-pong. It has been a good time for the secre taries to get closer to the men. es pecially ' if they had. the time to go tramping. Shortly after the most suc cessful gymnasium exhibition which closed the gym season, Mr. Young started on his; month's vacation, taking a party of Association members with him to the Volcano, which was then smoking.- Returning to this Island he took a few men around the other side of the island for a walk. The General Secretary has taken the boys out for a number of holiday and Saturday afternoon outings, but re grets to say that so few men or boys could be sure of a vacation at any given time that he could not arrange a summer, camp. Among the outings might be mentioned a trip to Moana lua, several of Tantalus and a joint picnic with the Y. W. C. A. at Young Bros. Island. The General Secretary took only two weeks' vacation, which he spent most pleasantly at Wahiawa, and is impressed with the fact that it is a good location for a Y. M. C. A. country house when we can find a few friends who will furnish a little lum ber and labor. Our faithful janitor spent his vacation on Hawaii, where he went to the Volcano in the nick of time. All hands are now refreshed and on duty and ready for a rush of work, only regretting that they have not had the ready mony to make repairs on the building. ;Chiee the evening classes closed the Y. M. C. A. have received $99 rent for some of the classrooms, but they are now vacated. It has also received $40 for rent of our hall, with a prospect of ?;0 more during September. Mr. Brown says: "The educational department must hire an assistant for the classes in book keeping, so I would advise ' dropping the class in the Hawaiian language, for the other which would benefit the larger number of young men. Most of the committees have already met, but the membership committee must have a new chairman to succeed Mr. Cneek. Some interesting Saturday evening so cials have been enjoyed by a goodly number. "We have recently enjoyed another taste of transport work, opening our doors wide to the thousand men re turning on the Buford. They used our reading and correspondence rooms and some of us went aboard for a gospel service. At nine o'clock every Sunday morning in our parlor has been held a preparation service for Christian workers, averaging more than nine present. Our hall has not once been opened for a four o'clock service this. season, but that does not mean that we have been forgetful of one of our most important means of accomplishing the work for which we exist. "We have tried to meet young men ! on Sunday afternoons near the places where they were wont to congregate. and in this we have succeeded to a. considerable extent and are satisfied j that we made no mistake in taking aj vacation from our own hall. We tem porarily missed some of the regulars but their loss was more than made1 good by groing: among1 men who did not patronize our hall. We have held our summer meeting's at the following places: Kapiolani Park. Kamehameha School Campus, Oahq College Campus. Camp McKinley, Mr. Richards' lawn, aboard a chartered car at College Hilla, aboard the TJ. S. Training: Ship Mohi can, Central Fire Station, Young Bros.' Island. Pacific Heights, and Kakaako. For Sprains. Swellings and Lameness there is no better liniment than Cham berlain's Pain Balm. Thousands can testify to the merit of this remedy. One application gives relief. Try it. Ben son. Smith & Co., Ltd., wholesale i agents, sell it. T WOR X Lots left on King Street in the PAW A A TRACT, but the 8 lota now remaining on Young Street are equally as good for a home and more qmet and just as convenient to the ELECTRIC CAR on account of the very artistic lane hich is now being kid out ana wmch runs taxoujvh. the center of this property to King Street S!2il0?JraEt1-8 ow let for macadamizing Young Street through this troperty, thereby rendering it a beuutifoJ drive way city width, running turough from Punahou to McOallv Street but the choicest lots of all yet remaining unsold in this tract are those on Beretama Avenue opposite the beautiful Dillingham Place, as they face the mountains and are the highest lotaiu the tract. The terms and prices for which these lots can be bought are the most reasonable this side of Chicago, for if you wish to buy a lot you can do bo from $50 to $100 down and S10 a month for which yon will, receive a Warranty Deed with the title guaranteed as perfect. If you want to buy a home, house and lot ana a for from $1,500 up on easy terms, do not fail to visit the Fawaa property at oue for the price of this property will positively be advanced 20 per Cent after the 15th of this coming month. See W. M. CAMPBELL,, at his office on the premise?, or 369 Judd BuildtDg X OR 137 Merchant Street. It 1 fillPM &an Francisco, A, This is a modern Department Store; covering nine sent of floor space, employing from icoo to 2000 people according to ths season of the year. The sixty-four departmcRts.sell everything to eat, drink, wear, use in the home, and for sports and recreation. We have made a special study of th requirements for the Uleni trade. Wm can save you money. Send us a trial rder. Dream Cmadt Silk Llnmna Millinery Men' a Hata Toltmt . Jtrtlclea Perfumes Baby Carriage . Trunk ValUe Grocerle ilquer Reacly.te.wear Clethlng for Men. Women and Ck lid rem Jirtttf Material. Musical Instruments, etc., etc. Send for free copy of our large general catalogue The Em poriutn Economist, which contains more than jooo illustra tions of latest fashions, etc. It tells hour to shop economic ally by mall. Rainior Boor We have both cork and crowns. The crowns are the best. Rainier Bottling Works Tel. White 1331 aw Stcre 2STew O-oocis IAPANS8 AND AflERlCAN MEhCHANT tai Robinson, Block. Phone White 2421. 14 Hotel Street. oAf 3) iakeakua Volcano 3sEi3aeraa "77'tter I' xl.-. 4J : .... 1.... .. 4. 4.' r 1 tun 1 11 u nuriugs i j. uua X Arrangements have been made 10 have tbis fine mineral water bottled in this city at the 1 IF'o-u.iateiin. Socio. Worlis TELEPHONE MAIN 270. t TERMS: One Case of I OO Bottles (pint S8.50 X X One Case of 50 Bottles (pints) $4.25 J, "t A rebate of One Dollar will he made upon the return of shipping 4. case and 100 bottles. Reduction Sale EVERY ARTICLE REDUCED Fine lot of Japanese goods just . Corner of Kims t G. W. HAYSELDEK - il Kern Beek Medical Werk Blcyle Jttvelry Watukea Camera Golf Geod Tennl Gomd Shet Muale Tebaecea Cigar Toy QQB Curios, also Japanese received 9 ifd Hotel Str?tP. Appfegates indelible Marking Ink Guaranteed Indelible References STATE HOSPITALS IN EVERY STATE UNITED STATES MARINE AND NAVAL HOSPITALS Hospitals and Hotels in Every Oty Prloo only Sole Agentsffor Hawaiian Territory Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd. (The Trade Supplied) New Book Bulletin :of: Golden Rule Bazaar lf I W Sbi," by ftstln MeCurt. j "The Strollers," ey f. i. . ik&&i. "The Dark o' the Moon," fcj t. Crockett "The Lovely Mrs. Pemherton," oy Tlar- cnpA Wnrrtpn. "The Fifth String," by John Fil!i Sousa. "The Methods of Lady "Walderurt., by Mrs. Burnett. 'Double Barrel Detective Story." J Mark Twain. The Mastery of the Paclfle." by A. B. Colquhoun. A House Party," edited by Pftl noortir Tnrrl "Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall Chas. Majors. "The Woman Who Dared," by 1 b. Lyncn. A Roman Mystery," by Rlehwi Ba- n. . "The Fighting Bishop," by H. M. H IH-na "The Captain of the Grey Hon Troop," by tiamim uananti. 'The Magic Wheel," by Joaa Straij Winter. "Tho TC pntnns " bv W. D. HoWSllS. "Naked Truths, etc.," by Minna Tfcoai- as Antrim. TVieoo ara nnlv IT15W of tk EST BOOKS received ex S. ft. fUrr. For the Preparation OF COOLING DRINKS Pineapple, Strawberry. Rasp- 1 berry, Blackberry, Blood Orange, Orange Phosphate, 'Vanilla, Lime, Orgeat, Raspberry Shrub, Lime Juice Cordial Grenadine. Lime Juice, Raspberry Vine gar, Champagne Cider, Grape Juice (Concord and Catawba), Carbonated Russet Cider. Car bonated Crab Apple Cider. LEWIS & CO. 240-Two TeIephones-240 1160 FORT STREET. Summer Clothing LATEST PATTERNS All the Desirable Shapes for Gentlemen, also Swell Neckwear AT Lando's New Store, Oregon Block, Hotel Street. A $20 Belt for S5 r a rDt. Sjfi"- AJden I! 1 t rte molt" ("vritk u p nsory) Is iartd to possesi il tk uratlve properties of the expensm belts now sold by doctors an drur fists. It rives a very strong eurrt f atrielty and Is easily rr!t Bount t supersede other. Cam rna.6 from the Ubdersitmed only; NO A IS NTS; NO DISCOUNT. Circular frL Afldre8 PIERCE) ELECTRIC CO.. ts Pm St, Ban TTanelsco. Stat tree Bwrail oa rrtp f LOOK ! Just received a complete line of Heinz Relish Pickles Cll and eee us, we are cheap in prio. Goods deliveied promptly. Triangle 'Grocery Store gcrser of King and South Street. TfltftM 3C9L 111!