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TIU4 IfiVI'NIM. HUIilil?llM UONOlilMiUi II. In BATUMVW. Al'lllt. 14 Iflllft.
e Ciicuii Court lits
n uiidi uusy nouuiie
Mottd v. April B
TtM HMHtltne lilted (( J. I' hind km i
etltfra, omitm of the Iwrfci'Mtlm Wll
IUm CarMin. nmtinnt Wilder s nti'Mmir
IJHillM, fur thf flHklHK of the Mlllnft
rowel Uy the tttIHM In IhIiir tiled
Lj Judge MIIIhmii. Itil Npiummi n
jvoaii for the lllHtllnntn. hhiI Kltm.ty.
IUIImii & McClniintmn for Wlliter'it
8temlilp CoKiimii)'. CuptHln Moiry,
eiHMiHlant of thi naval station, and
l.leut. Pond, ruinmnndliiK V. B. Iro
tuol, nio AttioiiK the expert ultuetwct.
Raymond lli, truMeo of tin) Mi
hado Mtatn. irnileig a wmil-iunuml ac
count balnmliiK at $5JS.r0, nil ol Iip
receipt lens expense, having Ikcii
iwld to the bcncllcinrlefl. Ab guardian
of I).ild Callllinn, minor, Mr. Royoa
renders liln ntintml nccoiint with n li.il
anco duo tho ward of $1 1 SO from re
ceipt of tlG'.MM.
J. A. Uilmiin, administrator of the
estate of John Phillips, deceased, linn
brought Biilt against tho H. N. Castle
instate, Ltd., for damages in the evim
of $2031.30 with Interest at legal rate
from Mnnli ?G, 1900. It is claimed
that tho defendant agreed with tho
plaintiff h deceased thnt tiatil deceased
uhoiild farnlsli materials for, and do
tho work for eeitaln property of tho
defendant In Manna valley and on
King street nml that the defendant
promised to pay whntuver tho work and
materials should then bo worth accord
ing to fair market rntcx. The work
was done nml It Is alleged, the defend
ant now rcfusca to pay.
Tueidny, April lo
.Tudgo Sllllman approved the ap
praiser's teport In the matter of tho
estato of Win. Dean. It nines premisca
on the IJwa side of Xuuniut stiect,
jnauka of Vineyard Btreet. nt $3000,
nnd premises on the Wnllilki side of
Nuuanu Bticct nt $5000. (leo. Lucas
was tho appraiser, and his valuation l
approved by S. M. Damou, Minister of
J'inance. 1. Ij. Weaver appealed to
the administrator, nnd li. I.. Marx for
three bcncllclnrlcs living in England.
Tho Norwnlk Insurance Co., on its
motion for n new trial of the unit
against it of A. O. Mcrlcourt, filed nn
affidavit by W. Ii. How-mb of the Mer
chants' Pntiol, alleging misconduct on
the pait of J. C. Cluncy, n Jmor at tho
trial. It was said that while tho trial
was still on this Juror Hpoko excitedly
nt the O. U. H. h. Co. station ono even
ing, denouncing Insurance companies
In general and making hinged remarks
on tho case he was assisting in trying.
An affidavit by Mr. Cluney was filed,
denying tho allegations of Mr. Uowers.
Now affidavits . rebuttal by W. L.
Bowers, T. J, Mahoncy and A. J. Du
rant arc filed. They nil support the
first affidavit of Mr. Uowers. .
The collision case of tho barkcntlno
Win. Caison and tho steamer Claudlnc
Is still on beforo Judgo Sllllman.
Models of tho two vessels wero pre
sented as exhibits this morning.
Wcdncsdny, Aurll 11.
Rita C. Tewksbmy va. lining Q.
Towkabury, llhed for divotco on tho
grounds non-support nnd desertion. O.
A. Davis for libellnnt.
T. W. Rawlins vs. M.iraca K. Hnr
bottio and Win. IlarbDttle, ejectment.
Tho land In ciuestion is In Knpalama.
ilobertBon & Wilder for tho plaintiff.
By yesterdny's steamer tt Kauai,
Marshal Brown sent up n ecu. mission
to Wm. II. HIee, Jr., nuking him de
puty sheriff of tho (Jarden Isle. Mar
shal Brown received t event ly a letter
from Mr. llice In which lie incepted the
Friday, Am II 13.
John Nicholns Ana and Antor.o
Nicholas Ana by their attorneys,
Humphreys & Andrews, move lor an
order to A. S. Cleghorn, ndinlulstratoi
of the will of Antoue Felipe, nlicctlnt
him to show cause why ho should not
bo held to bo in contempt of couit loi
neglecting ami refusing to pay Into
court eeitaln moneys ordered to bt
paid by decreo of Judgo Stanley on
July 13, 1S09. An affidavit of Hem
Smith, cleik of the Judiciary depart
ment. Is attached to the motion, slum
ing the sum ordered to bo paid an 5-312.
with legal Intel est fiom January 2S
1897, nnd costs.
Tho difficulty is n link In ti chain o.
trouble beginning in the dm past. Mi
Cleghorn us administrator linndr-d i vu
the piopeity to W. 11. Ca.ulo as nttoi
iicy for tlid heir, a woman atieiutur i
the picstnt tomplainnnts, but ho dii
not net lus (llsshargo as idmliitbtra
toK. Vl'hJi cjItlitTjOIr. Castlo ehjngei
ItcHawyfcrfor'tliVlato Anton j Hm
to vhop)irUr, .Qnstle .tinned over tlu
property. It appears tho heirs hfcvi
nover goMt, hence this milt.
" Mr. Cleghorn to save himself jiihb
Sir. Cfutld, who In turn involves Jitdl-
tl,al Uutuqrjty to.makoJIows cauto
paiHo'crjt(ij; reslflupp Tjieio aio tliero'-
iuru iinuu main iiugaiious, .'lin bov
cral corollaries piohnbly, pending to
settle tho estato of Antony Felipe. The
complicated n'fTojr rcca,lls the fnblo of
the old woman who had tt summon
dog, stlcJuilKV cow, rope, etc., to aid
her In getting u pig homo from market.
Judge' Sllllman has slgno.l an order
dl8charglug Jqbu,M, Dowsutt aand
mlnstrafor of tho cstafo of, the Into
Jas." I. Dowsett, who JHi receipts for
distribution of tho amqunt remaining
in. his hands from theso entitled per
sona: Phoobe M. Itnymotul, Mnry
I'arish, Annlo Brcnlmm, Alexander
Upw8ctt, David A. Dowsatt, Howcna
Dowsett, Samuel Dowsett. lesldlniT nt
Honolulu; Elizabeth J. r.ukflr, Sun
Franci; Marlon C, Dowsott, fjcue
viovo'Do'WBett, minors. San Jo?o. nal.s
tlwestatb of lCdward Dowsott; nil those
names peing tnose of cnlldromand tach
sharo'bdfiig $UG:oI! nml' Madelfne nnd
Annlo Dowsott, grandchildren, having
op.Mhnrp,betwcen them i'ho estate In
tbCiu$p lujlnporporattil, tho litlra
'Jcs3lq'K.Kaap.by hor attonujy, T.
McCantJijjp'towart, demurs to the bill
)n equity to cancel a deod brought
Dpnlnut lier by A K ntul Kll-l l(
Aim m Ihr Rttmnil tlml tdRinttA
ImVf r mfflrlrtil Iftnrrty it lw it'
lt WM btlMIRht lWf til intliiiln
Rtlem nf IW9 fur the ItltlH b t il ' tin
hit ! pulrt.
In V Votirrtlo Jm. IiiIiI m
urcli-r hx Ihm HWtlr b lit4p !
ttiM. itnbaMtMtlMK llmW'i trtttrR m
4rti nonnto. Ttitai Mi nn h MlpnUllmi
ItetHn-H J M. VIvm nml (). A Ik
r1. th- nttlv Httm-mir 1m thi
I J. I". Ilnrkfolil hovoumIb M ninliliw
'nf H. Uhlllrh w Rtiprnvrd mid he
dlwhiitiKil by Juilw Hllllmnti. Kin
ney, ltnlloti & M(ClHt)Rl)ni) for iiH I -tluimr;
no ecmloMnnt. A flrt dlvldetnl
of it iir cf nl w imbl b the nmUnie
nml be Iirm n Imlonee of nlm.it fl'Hi now
; to distribute
I C. F. 1'eletMii for plalntllTs t.lnl ltob
ritBon &. Wilder for ilefiMidantB Are
hilpliiK Judge Hllllinan to liwi (Inml
Friday In the honilug. now on the ihlid
day. of n water eontrovorsy between
Ciilnrso parties In Manoa.
Custom lloiihc figures sl.nw tint Ha
waii during January and February of
1900 Imported goods to 'he nmoimt of
V1.73S.719.90. Ab this Is an lik-uapc nf
$1.271,011.0." over tho corresponding
months of Inst year, It does not Ap
pear that the plaguo hai seriously crip
pled tho purchasing capacity of the
Samuel 11. Capen, lco president of
tlie National Municipal League places
"Indifference" as first of tho perils that
threaten good government In American
cnics. Tho young men of Honolulu
have an opportunity to prevent tho
possibility of such a charge being plac
ed nt tho door of tllo city of Honolulu.
The Young Men's Municipal I.enpuo
should bo n good government factor of
tho not-fnr-dlstnnt future.
Minister Damon's statement that tho
Customs and Fost Office dopattmcniH
hnvu already selected tho men to bo
added to tho force when money Is made '
available shows there has been no lack
of nctlvlty on tho part of tho Minister
In preparing to place tho department In I
proper condition. Under the clrcum-,
stances it remains for the Council of
Stato to act Immediately. Tho rcspon-
slblllty for further delay practically
rests In their hands slnco the an
nouncement mado by Mr. Damon in
It is not In tho Interests of the pub
lis wclfaro that tho appropriations for
theso departments, which nro practi
cally Federal departments, bo delayed
until tho acts in which the Items nro
now Included are passed by tho Coun
cil. Theso appropriations nro emer
gency featuies ns regnrded by tho
business men throughout tho Islands.
There Is every reason why the Items
should bo acted upon nt once and It
necessary to secure Immediate action
included In a new act.
Thus far tho career of tho Council
f Stato has been marked by prompt
tuslncss-llko action. Delay as regards
these special departments has possibly
been due to the necessity ot handling
the Court ot Claims, and n lack ot
knowledge of tho nttltudo of tho
executive. Thero can bo no excuses
for further delay however. The Min
ister has stated his position clearly. It
now remains for tho Council to act.
Knowing tho temper ot tho business
community ns they must, tho Bulletin
does not anticipate the Council will al
low another week to pas3 without am
ple provision being made to set at work
tlie additional men which proper ad
ministration of Custom House and
l'ost Office demands.
President McKlnley will doubtless bo
highly elated with tho attempt of the
local executive to saddle upon hlin
tho responsibility for tho Court -of
Claims. This effort to hide behind the
President wna not only br'.upht out ny
the Cabinet Ministers beforo the Coun
cil of Stato, but was agn.n voiced uy
Mr. Mott-Smith'fl remark, "Aro they
satisfied with the Couit of Claims that
President McKluley lias formed? If
they ate not, then the nxecutlvo Coun
cil cannot go beyond what President
McKlnley has ordered."
As has nlrcndy been stated by this
paper, ns is unlvpisally lecognlzed by
tho people ot tneso Islands, the Execu
tive Council "Is 'alono rfcsponslblo for
the, Coiirl ofClnlms. Tho authority
given by the President was simply n
friendly 'oclilcBcence, to tho ycifucs of
the .local ExccuUYc,..nnd the jireseni
attitude pt tho nxecutlvo a nothing
tnoro or Jcbs Lthnn a .townrdlyt cffqrj, to
shield Itself,' bydiirovvlngiho burden of
Its Incompetence upon tho Republican
Federal Administration. If ns charged
by tho Executive, P. C. Jones and tun
Council ot Stato aro inconsistent In
their ciltlcism, they have cortalnly not
-weired a lesson In consistent and pa
triotic actl6nfrdmTth6 Executive Coun
cil of Hawaii. i
Tho resolution offered by Mr. flolta
and passed by th.o Councli'of s'tatq.not
only fulfills the requirements ns' es
tablished by tho common senso Judg
ment pf, Urn, buBlness cpmmunHy. , It is
,also conslBtentl!with the so-called ''In
structions" of Secretary Hay nnd the
ettor of Hie tnrrwllirt,' will
I'Mhlttftlnn frRiHilliiK tint Cmirl Thi
i" MrtMillrti Iin rlimiMH Itn tmlnlm
iiMhr the two m'ttitlw tnhfiti fnr H
ihrmiiti nftM tho liHrtnietlnim wo
frtvH iHhnot Mltpr the fnri i.f tl
IHniriMK In lb (Htt nf mrmtwry liny".
ettfH", Wblrh tho pHMtlml mtntil Unit
fll myn lie wrute nml which In run
H(iice mitM Imve thn fiillllleil Hit
tmlreii.of lh Itxnrntlvp, It nipmr
tliat the I'rtwhtmt Rppiovm Mr. Dole
rcqiKHtt for the nppolntmeiil ot "flvi
pommlfidonorn," The object for wlilel
these tommlimlonetB nro nppnlntrd If
'to tnke nvhlenee of Iomm cnuseil b)
(ho burning of Chlnntonn In Honolulu
and to mnko nwnnls or Judgments on
such lossw" That lertaln liability In
necrpted for damage done by the lloal d
of Hetiltli fires Is evidenced by tho an
thority gleu the Council of State U
pay tho awaids "nut of npproprlatlon
made by the Council ot State In con
formity with Hawaiian laws." Tlu
whole trior of this despalih nnd Hart
well a tetter to Minister Mott-Smlth
dated March 10 Indicates thnt lh--woids
"in eonfoimlty with Hawaiian
laws" has direct lefcrcnce to the legis
lative authority delegated Ihc Coun
cil of Slate by the constitution of the
Republic to appropriate funds for
"emergencies of war, Invasion, lebel
lion, pestilence or other great public
While tho l'xecutlvo Council "nd
'ts no liability," it must accept the
Justice of the claims of cltlrctis wluxo
property has been destioyed through
no fault of their own. No civilized
community has the right to pauperize
Its inerclinnts by acts committed "for
the public good" nnd coolly refuse re-
I Ilcf to tho Biiffcreis. Kvery resident
i nnd property holder except thoso
nnlntnlnlnB places unfit for human
liuMttitlon-lnivo n Just claim upon the
Bovcrnment. The taxpayers recognize
t!l J"8tlc0 ot ,M0 clalm nmI ,ooU t0
,l10 Cm,rt c,r,,,C(l Ul allan
Jecuiivo to adjust theso claims anil
&vo common Justice to tho claimants,
That common Justice shall be done. It
l manifestly mandatory that a major
ity of tho men appointed to tho Court
shall bo acquainted with the values of
property nnd merchandise." This re
quirement tho present Couit docs not
fulfill. Wo believe this will bo ndmlt
ted by the members of tho Court them
selves. Tho Exccutivo Council hnvo ro
pcatedly sought to shift the responsi
bility of tho Executive ordei creating
and defining the powers ot tho Court ot
Claims, nnd tho legal appointment
mado under it, upon tho Federal au
thorities in Washington. The responsi
bility jf tho local officers to 'President
McKlnley has been Hot forth exten
sively by the Mlnlstcis nt tho Council
of Stato sessions and again by Mr.
Mott-Smlth In today's Interview.
It Is suggestive that this responsi
bility which has never been n serious
burden on tho minds of thesu nfficluls
should now glvo them much concern.
The fact ot tho mnttcr Is, they havo
cast about for a detensa against an en
raged public, whose representatives in
tho Council of Stato havo brought tlio
Hawaiian Executive fuco to faco with
an accountability it cannot evade.
"Consideration should b& had for
him" (President McKlnley; pleaded Mr.
Mott-Smlth. And tho consideration giv
en him Is to Invoke his name In do
fenco of tho most unpopular nction In
tho whole career of the notoilously re
pudiated mid discredited Hnwailnn
Executive. This Is tho consideration
shown by this Exccutivo to our Presi
dent to whoso generosity nnd tolera
tion it owes its continuance in office
long after it has lost ovrry vestige of
Where does tho renl responsibility
rest ns shown by tho record'
I'ho Court of Claims Is the child of
Hie Hawaiian Executive nnd no ono
else. It was this Executive in its
cageintB3 to appear as a custodian of,
public lnteiests, thnt conceived tho
idea that oilginated the Court. It was
this Exccutivo thnt scut ncccssaiy in
stiuctlons to Its political agent in
Washington. It Is supposed that it
made Its meaning clear ns to what sort
of a court was wanted. An 1 tin Exocu
tlvo's own ngent, actln? on its instruc
lions, wroto tho telcgtnni In roply to
which Sccretnry Hay attached his slgim
turc, being tho only part he had In It.
Havo wo not tho testimony of Arm
strong, secretary to tho agent and
Coconnut Club delegate, In his letter
designed to Impress the Hawaiian pub
lid," through tho morning organ, with
tho qonfldcnco placed In tho official
lobby by Washington authorities?
Tho answer was according to Arm
strong practically these words, "Sub
mit whatever despatch you wish." And
we have tho Agent's and official ami
and unofficial delegate's wqrds on this
point In his letter to Mott-Smlth pub
llBhed in tho morning organ March
'Altai nry tlMiernl drifts ilmlrei
Iwi ntul I lirtfttitm- It m H fimnl I
tl ol iimni'' to nvo, inhib nny )
'i mdi nitl'i ' nny ItMvi.llnit Innt
' I'diitliiK I tnit' nnnit nf the Hi
'ii'tii bill, ' nil tHih nf Mir trlpurniii'
ip f'tut ' .ImrlruiK rm )oii UMiirtnbni
wntirlRtlniift lo trnillrnln Iho plngm
itnl Intended to Include tho nitrnlloti
limit, tho nccnml telegram nulliotU
nt five euimnliiAltimrii to Ik appointor
n BMrH itnmngtR for tho burning ol
hliintown, nnd Iho third, of Innt Turn
lay, oxprrMlnR tno Prcnldint'H lowr
iRflliiftt railing tho old logUlatiiro mil
ilii expectation Hint tho Counrll of
State would do what wan roqulMtn for
ippinpihitloiin until tho Mil nhimld
'nlo (rfeil Uipru wero ptepnrert In
meet the conditions nbovo mentioned
and I wrote them till."
It was evident lo everybody who ban
watched HnitwcU'rt proceedings In
HBhliigtou Hint hn has becomo n
ijoro to tho Attorney Ceucral nnd Bee
icta.y of Slate, nnd thnt bo fnr from
iielng nn evidence of confidence In him
it wiiH in fact merely a pt.llto way of
jettlnp rid ot him.
Hut this does not relievo tho Hawa
iian Exccutivo from tho rerpoiiBlblllty
in qiicRtlnn. Acting on the Interpre
tation ot tho Authority received on the
reprcKcutnliim of Ills chosen ngent
which may bo assumed to bo also thnt
of the ngent himself Mr. Dole wrote
Dirt Executive order creating tho
Couit nnd appointing the Judges, lie
foie tlio storm of ludlgnntlon aroused,
tho Hawaiian Exccutivo lefnses lo bow,
but takes cowardly refuge behind
Instructions which It cays It flamed
and which It interprets ns IT chose to
do. In Its light regard for byulty and
truth, it counta for nothing that tin
evident evasion is to brln;; condemna
tion upon tho President and Cabinet of
Jio United States.
Hut llttlo clso could bo expected from
in Exccutivo who wltli full knowledge
it the facta deliberately chose ns Its
minted agent In Washington n man
who Bought bo recently by every means
within his power to betray both the
United' States and nil tho American
aspirations of Hawaii.
New York, April 3. A upeclal to the
Tribune from Washington saya:
Tho naval authorities want Poari
harbor, which they regard as tho most
important post of tho United States In
tlie Pacific, mado nvallnblo without
fuither delay, and nn nppcal will bo
made to Congress In n few days to
.iiithorlzo tho necessary Improvements.
The board, which has been studying
plans for the most effcctlvo and eco
nomical utilization of tho harbor, con
sisting of Admiral Barker, captain n.
C. 1 nylor, tho leading strategist of the
service; Commander Todd, tho naval
hydiographer; Lieutenant Chapln. In
charge of coaling stations, and Civil
Engineer Rosscnu, has completed Its
work and recommends tho purchase of
eeitaln lands' Inside tho harbor for a
naval repair plant, dockyard nnd store
house, as well as sites for tho erection
ot (letcnslvo works.They favor tho im
mediato expenditure of $500,000, which,
with tho money already appropriated
for di edging, will make the harbor ac
cessible nnd provldo all tho land re
quired for furthor improoinontK.
(Associated Press Special.)
Washington, April 4. Without pre
liminary business today, tho Houso ro
sumed tho consideration of tho bill to
establish n tcrrtorlal government In
Hawaii. Mr. McDowell ot Ohio, a
member ot tho Commlttoo on Torrl
toilcs, was tho first speaker.
While Mr. McDowell was speaking
the cleik ot Scnnte appeared and an
nounced the passago ot tho Porto Ill-
can tariff bill with "sundry amend
ments In which the concurrence of tho
Houso is requested." Tno bill was
immediately referred, under the rule.
to tho Committeo on Ways and Means.
Mr. McDowell, ono ot the original op
ponents of the annexation ot Hawaii,
Inveighed against tho labor conditions
In tho Islands and tho influence ot cor
Washington, April 3. Tho Houso to
day entered upon consideration of tho
substitute tor tho Senate Hawaiian
territorial bill under n speclnl order
which will bring tho question to n voto
on Thursday afternoon nt 4 o'clock.
Tho debato was In committeo of the
whole, and only threo of tho six
speeches wero pertinent to the bill.
Knox ot Massachusetts, chaliman ot
the Committeo on Territories, delivered
n caicfully prepaicd speech in ndvo-
cacy of its passage.
ltoblnbon of Indiana criticised n sec
tion of tho bill which he said continued
in force labor contracts existing in
Hawaii, denouncing it as legalizing n
system of wngo slavery.
Moudell of Wyoming spoko gcnorally
In support of tho bill.
Friday, April 13.
Tho Board of Health Is 'asuiii!! to
day a circular letter, signed by Or,
Wood, as President, nnd addressed lo
tho physicians of tho Islands, wnlch
states: "Tho accompanying 'lentil ctr-
tltlcutcs hove been recently adopted by
the Board of Health In tho Interest jot
moie cnmplcto statistics, Tho Board
has aimed to avoid unnecessary details
and requests that you will fill nut tho
cntlio blnnk In every enso. Under Plnco
of Death' please stato tho locality ns
accurately as possible," i
Tho new certificate contains tho fol
lowing blanks to bo filled in: date,
resident or ion-resident, nnmo, ago,
sex, married or single, nationality,
phico ot birth, death, with date, cause,
duration of last illness, consulting phy
sicians and tho nnmo of nttendlng pity
Biclnn, A second hand upright piano Is ou
fialo nt The DcrgBtrom Music Co. for
CS. Popular songs nro selling rapidly,
prlco threo for ono dollar,
been thinking of
loxcs of Pranjj's
Water Color Paints
For 8lo by
lawaiian News Co.,
For Rale at nil Grocer.".
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Harbors no germs. It Is the only floor
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Plans and estimates cheerfully furnished
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Cane rlhredderl.Npw York, OH,
N, Ohblidt A Co' C!hrnl(l Ti -
AIpx Cro Bonn, blub ta a.
Illliern for Can and f!ni
Heed's Stcnni Pl 0.vrtu
M.RO OITKU POtt 8Al.lt
Parnmiip Pnlnt ro P B. -K..
nnd Paper: tnrol nd UtX1 '
Oils, raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold water p1m ;
white nnd colors.
Flllrr Pm Cloths, CetnEt. j,ttr
and Dncki .
Hw Welelue ApknlfTtl Co., L
The Kohala Surar Cr
"nt Waltinra Suei Mill Co.
th Knloa Arrlrultuttt Co,
rh t-ulton Iron Work. Si I oole. Mm.
rhe Stnerd Oil Co.
lot Geo. r- Blake Stets Puaca.
Th N.w FnclanJ Die Inn rear Co, let ,
TVa .Etna Flra Int. Co. of Hanfor, Ctaa
Tn lllnr iifenfp Co nt U.n,
Afenti for the California ard OriMto
rVm. G. Irwin & Co,
Wm. Q. Irwin, President and MavuSK.
Clans Sprcvkcls VlcePraaiMaV
W. ii. Glffard.. 8econd Vice li ! I
H. M. Whitney, Jr..... Treu. aat
Gea J. Boaa
Aonrrn op th
'(J8ANI0 STEAMSHIP COMPlffV
OF 8AW FltANOlBOO. OAU
QUEEN ST., - HONOLULU
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Bilolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Ergine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Htr.
BREWER C0., Iif D.,
Vuttn tiretl, Honololu H.I,
Hawaiian Agricultural Co;aay, Aacrlcts Itftl
Cvmpanv, Oouala bugac plant Co , Onoaaa Stgai
Co , Hnnumu 2ugar Cj., Wtlluku Sujai Co.. Makae
Sugar Co , Haiemala Par Ji Co , Molokal K ,
Planier't Un San F jco Pachtt bat. br wee
& Co.'e Lint ot Buxn Packet!
WOT OK OKFICEKS
O. M. Cooko, Piealdont; George B
Kobortsou, Manager j E. F. Binhop,
Treasurer and SoereUry ; Col. W. JP,
Allen, Audit r, V. C. Jones, H. WUr.
h in-o. fJe-o. It. rttr. Ill motors
M. PHILLIPS k CO.,
WhoUiale Importer! and Jobber
larope&n and American Dry 8oo
Fo t and Qneen Street.
iuHERAL COMMISSION A6EH
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
Improve, jnd modern BOOAR
CH1NEHY it every capacity n4
scrlptlon muda to order. Doller
yr.orlr.lLSin'i"'"l RIVETED PIPES for 'ntlMi
- MMrmiBu. u anuolnltw Pareloi.. .c-
jiui ruwvti mm wf waai a a ar aiaian Wm-'Wm
tloo paid to JOD WORK A-d reptllal
"TfrntHd if horrl nifl
Uneral Manager ot
Tb Hqatable Life Asaarance Soclftr
Of Um United BUtea for th BawUUi
Onto i Keshan! itnet. Hon