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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLIT' l H r. HtYTOBIUY, MAY 2
Following aro Instructions Issued by
tlio Treasury Department on registry
of vessels in Hawaii and trade between
Hawaii and tho United States:
Treasury Department, Bureau of
Bureau of Navigation,
Washington, D. C, May 3, 11)00.
To Collectors of Customs and others:
Tho act of April 30, 1000, "To provide
A government for tho Tcrrltoiy of Ha
waii," and relating to vessels, theli
ownership, navigation, documenting
tc, prescribes as follows:
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
Sec. 2. That tho islands acquired bj
tho United States of America under a
Act of Congress entitled "Joint resolu
tion to provldo for annexing tho Hawa
iian Islands to tho United States," ai
proved July 7th, 189S, shall bo known
as the Territory of Hawaii.
Citizenship. Ownership of Vessels.
Sec. 4. That all persons who were
Citizens or tho Republic of Hawaii on
August 12th, 1898, are hereby declared
to bo citizens of the United States and
tltlzcns of tho Territory of Hawaii,
And all citizens of the United States
resident In tho Hawaiian Islands who
were resident there on or since Augubi
12th, 1898, and all tho citizens of the
United States who shall hereafter re
eldo In tho Territory of Hawaii for one
year shall bo citizens of tho Territory
of Hawaii. Sco sec, 100, post.)
Application to Hawaii of tho Laws of
tho United States Kclatlng to Ves
Sec. 5. That tho Constitution, and,
except as herein provided, all tho law
of tho United States which aro not lo
cally inapplicable, shall hava tho same
forco and effect within tho said Ter
ritory as clsewhcro In tho United
States: Provided, That sections 1850
and 1890 of tho Rovlscd Statutes of the
United States shnll not apply to tho
Territory of Hawaii.
Sec. 88. That tho Territory of Ha
waii shall compriso a customs dlstrkl
of tho United States, with ports of en
try and delivery at Honolulu, Illlo,
Mahukona and Kahulut.
WHAHVES Revenues From United
States Vessels May Use, Etc.
Sec. 89. That until further provision
is made by Congress tho wharves and
landings constructed or controlled by
the Republic of Hawaii on any sea
coast, bay, roadstead, or harbor shall
remain under tho control of tho gov
ernment of tho Territory of Hawaii,
which shall receive and enjoy nil reve
nues derived therefrom, on condition
that said property shall bo kept In good
condition for tho use and convenience
of commerce, but no 'tolls or chargcR
shall bo mado by tho government of the
Territory of Hawaii for tho use of any
such property by the United States, or
by any vessel of war, tug, rovenuo cut
ter, or other boat or transport In tho
service of tho United States.
Quarantlno of Vessels, Etc.
Sec. 97. That quarantlno stations
shall bo established at such places in
tho Territory of Hawaii as tho Super
vising Surgeon General of the Marine
Hospital Scrvlco of tho United States
shall direct, and tho quarantlno regula
tions for said Islands relating to tho
Importation of diseases from other
countries shall bo under tho control of
tho Government of tho United States.
Tho quarantlno station and giounds ut
tho harbor of Honolulu, together with
all tho public property belonging to
that service, shall bo transferred to tho
Marino Hospital Servlco of tho United
States, and said quarantlno grounds
shall contlnuo to bo so used and em
ployed until tho station Is changed to
other grounds which may bo selected
by order of tho Secretary of tho Treas
ury. Tho health laws of tho Government of
Hawaii relating to tho harbor of Ho
nolulu and otner harbors and Inlets
from the sea and to tho Internal control
of the health of tho Islands shall re
main In tho jurisdiction of tho govern
ment of tho Territory of Hnw.iil, sub
ject to tho quarantlno laws and regula
tions of tho United States.
Registry of Vessels. Tiade Iletween
Hawaii and Other Parts of tho
Sec. 98. That all vessels cariylng Ha
waiian registry on tho 12th day of Au
gust, 1S98, and which woro owned bona
fido by citizens of tho United States, or
tho citizens of Hawaii, together with
tho following named vessels claiming
Hawaiian register, Stnr of Froneo, Eu
terpe, Star of Russia, Falls of Clydo
and .Wllscott, shall bo entitled to bo
registered as American vessels, with
tho benefits nnd privileges thereto, and
tho coasting trade between tho Islands
aforesaid nnd any other portion of tho
United States, shall bo rcgulnted In nc
cordanco with tho provision of law ap
plicable to such trado between any two
great coasting districts.
Citizenship and Naturalization Own
ership of Vessels In Hawnll.
Sec. 100. That for tho purpose of
naturalization under tho laws of tho
United States rcsldcnco In tho Hawa
iian Islands prior to tho taking effect
of this Act shall bo deemed equivalent
to residence In tho United States and In
tho Territory of Hawaii, and tho re
quirement of a previous declaration of
Intention to becomo a citizen of tho
United States and to renounco former
nlleglanco shall not apply to persons
who havo resided In said Islands nt
least flvo years prior to tho taking ef
fect of this Act; but al lothcr provi
sions of tho laws of tho United States
relating to naturalization shall, ns far
as appllcablo, apply to persons In tho
said Islands. (Sco sec. 1, suprn.)
When tho Act will Take Effect.
Sec. 104. This Act shall tako effect
forty-five days from and after tho dotu
of tho approval thereof, excepting only
ns to section 52, relating to appropria
tions, which shnll tako effect upon such
On complinnco with law, a vessel de
scribed In section 98 may bo registered,
wirollod and licensed or licensed, as
ho case may be, at tho homo port ns
defined by tho regulations, Treasury
Department, 1892, whether In Hawaii
or elsewhere In tho United States, nnd
notwithstanding that such vessel mny
havo been built otherwise than In the
United States. Section 4132 of tho
Revised Statutes Is not nppllcablc to
Trado between tho United Stales and
Hawaii will bo carried on In registered
ir enrolled nnd licensed or licensed
'easels, of the United States, only.
The regulations governing the
oastlng trado between tho great coast
ng districts In tho United States are
ippllcablo to tho trado between tho
jlnuds aforesaid and any other pur
Ion of tho United States. These regu
atlons provide that previous to tho
epartttro of tho vessel, the master
hall deliver to tho collector residing nt
ho port where such vessel may be, If
hero Is one, otherwise to tho collector
if tho district comprehending bulIi
iort, or to a surveyor within tho dl
rlct, ns tho ono or tho other mny re
side nearest to tho port at which such
essel may be, duplicate manifests of
ho whole cargo on bonrd such vessel:
jr If there Is no cargo on board, shnll
io certify; and If there aro any distilled
spirits, or merchandise of foreign
growth or manufacture on board, other
than whnt mny by tho collector bo
deemed sufficient for sea stores, shall
specify In such manifests the marks
and numbers of every ensk, bag, box,
chest, or package, containing the same,
with the namo and plnco of residence
of every shipper and conslgneo of mtch
Jlstlllcd spirits, or merchandise of for
eign growth or manufacture and the
quantity shipped by and to c.icn; that
tho manifests or certificates shall bo
lubacrlbcd and sworn to ny him; that
ho shall nlso swear, before the sollector
or surveyor, that such merchandise of
foreign growth or manufacture wns, to
the best of his knowledge and belief,
legally Imported, nnd th'j duties thcic
upon pnld or secured; or. If spirits dis
tilled within the United States, that the
duties thereupon havo been duly paid
or secured. Upon tho performance of
these provisions, nnd not before, tho
collector or surveyor Is required to cer
tify tho same on tho manifests or cer
tificates, ono of which ho must return
to tho master, with n permit thereto
annexed, authorizing him to proceed to
the port of his destination.
Tho regulations ns to entry provldo
thnt tho master of every buch vessel
shnll deliver to tho collector resldinc
at tho port whero shy mny nnlvc, If
thcro bo one, otherwise to the collector
or surveyor In tho district comprehend
ing such port, ns tho ono or tho other
mny reside nearest thereto. If tho col
lector or surveyor reside nt n dlstnnco
not exceeding flvo miles .within twenty-four
hours, or, If nt a greater dls
tnnco, within forty-eight hours next
after his arrival, and previous to tho
unlading of nny of tho goods brought
In such vessel, tho manifest of tho
cargo, If there bo any, certified by the
collector or surveyor of the dlstilct
from whence sho last sailed; and shall
mako oath, beforo tho collector or sur
veyor, that there was not when he
sailed from tho district whero his
other merchandise of foreign growth or
manufacture, or distilled spirits, If
thcro bo any, other than sou stores, on
board such vessel, than Is therein men-
1 .72 i f nZl Z , v.,? n
from whenco she last sailed that such
Is tho case. Thereupon such collector
.. ' u r.,..
unlading' the w? or ??
d sU iXplrHs b.gh7,nIuVh veel
Is intended to bo landed, tho collector
or surveyor will mako an Indorsement
ed; and will return such manifest to
the master, Indorsing also thereon his
permission for such vesio to proceed
to the plnco of her destination
Attention Is Invited to nrtlcle tc,
regulations of 1892, which provides
that any enrolled vessel may bo regis
tered, and any registered vessel n.uy bo
enrolled and licensed, or licensed upon
tho surrender of her documents to tho
collector of any district; but that en
rollment and license, shall not bo grant
ed to any vessel having on board mer
chandise brought from a foreign port
until It bo wholly unladen and tho du
ties paid or secured.
Blanks necessary for carrying out
tho above regulations will bo furnished
to a chief customs officer on appllcn
tlon by him In proper form (Cat. No.
Tho net and theso Instructions will
tako effect on nnd after Juno 14, 1900.
EUGENE T. CHAMBERLAIN,
O. L. SPAULDING,
Friday, May 25.
Tho Bow Wong adherents of tho lo
cal Chlneso colony havo passed tho
word around that tho Chinese reformer
with a f 03,000 head received by tho hi3t
mnll from China nn Important mlsslvo
signed by no less Important official
than tho great LI Hung Chang. This
letter Is said to bo tho greatest ovl
denco of eventual Bow Wong victory
that has over been known.
Tho great Chlneso statesman whoso
peacock feather und yellow Jacket havo
been donned nnd taken from him times
without number, not only writes cor
dially to tho Chlneso Progresslvo lead
er. Ho enuorscs tho causo and with the
diplomatic directness, necessary per
haps to save, his own head from tho
sword of tho Empress Dowager, ex -
presses nopo lor its success. jhq now
WcT as 'thomaster'may e'mes n nd nouueed the death of tho veteran nrtl
vtcrc a KtoulfofToSluuiZo '". Alexander Chlsholm It.
. " -i n,n,.,f..i , sad surprise to his ninny friends, ns
Wongs aro icady to cclebiata In honor
of gnlnlng such nn official and finan
cial power to their cause.
. Prominent Chinese seen today dln
ussid the matter freely In Its bearing
fpon tho progress of th cnntlon; they
,cncw the letter had been received but
tveic not In n position to glvo out tho
ipon (lie pi ogress of the nation; they
It Is nlso stated on tho best of nil
horlty that the locnl How Wong lcnd
t has received donations of sovcrni
thousand dollars for disttlbutlon
imong the Honolulu Chlneso who suf
fered from tho plague fires. This mon
oy comes from wealthy Row Wongs in
tho principal cities of China.
Lcong Ycm Man' of tho Wing Wo
Chan Co. was seen this nftcrnoon nnd
said to n Uullctln reporter: "Yes, It
Is true wo have received tho letter you
mention from LI Hung Chang; but lc
Is n letter of 7,000 words much of It
about business nnd Is not yet trans
lated. In fact wo havo not as yet de
cided that wo will allow any publica
tion of our private matters. I will,
however, say this much to tho Uullctln,
that LI Hung Chang Is favorable to our
cause. Ho cautions us that wo havo a
difficult but patriotic task to perform,
and that, If wo will prove to him that
our Intention Is to protect tho young
Emperor, he will give us nil tho offi
cial encouragement nnd support In his
power. Ho says that he Is now an old
mnn but ho will bend his Inst energies
to aid us In securing our patriotic ob
ject. Yes, wo nro greatly encouraged
nnd shall carry out tho good work at
tho risk of our lives."
Friday, May 25.
It was voted at tho Exccutlvo Coun
cil session today, that tho Channel
wharf bo set apart for the purporo of
receiving freight nnd passengers from
all vessels coming from Infected ports,
or ports where contagious or Infec
tious diseases havo appeared within
sixty days previous to tho railing of
Btich vessels, nnd that such vessels ho
required to discharge and load at said
whaif and nt no other.
Tho Board of Health Is requested to
tako all necessary precautions In re
gard to both freight nnd passengers
landed nt tho Channel wharf from Bald
A letter from Mr. A. S. Ilortwell was
read, giving formal notice of Ills hav
ing returned to Honolulu nu tho 17th
Inst, nnd reported to President Dolo on
tho 18th lust., nlso speaking of rho In
cidental expenditures connected with
tho affairs of his office nt Washington.
Friday, May 25.
Tho Democratic commlttco on or-
ganlzatlon held a meeting last even-
Ing nt Dr. McGrcw's office. It was
decided to send delegates to tho na
tlonnl convention nt Kansas City July
4th, tho Territorial convention for elec
tion or delegates to bo held In Hono
lulu Juno 11th. Tho primary elections
will bo held Juno 7, tho polls to bo
open from 5 to 7 p. m.
Friday. Mny 25.
Tho mai users of tho various plan
tations on this lslnd and others in ..io
city met In the hell cf tho Bonrd -t
Tnvlo yesterday afteri oon and dis
cussed tno lnb:.' question, a subject
that has becomo a problem difficult of
Friday, Muy 2.I.
A farewell Iuau to tho Misses Young
guests went down on tho morning nnd
afternoon trains returning to town on
the late train.
Tho Mncfarlano houso was beautiful
ly decorated for tho occasion with Hags
and bunting and tho luau was served
"" '" mMt """ "nWn""n Sty,-
,... Mnv .,-
, , , , Jl,l 'J,l ,,"''' y,
A bunch of crnpo with a note attach-
ft ? r the, tonuftjeturi,
iiiiiiiioa vuil'"j '"' 'u"""n
wio hwi seen Mr. Chlsholm nt tho old
fftor nearly a score of years Ho
that pioneer of the cia. In Honolulu
J l hobo uglit t ho b sines La e
.'." ""1 ,,,-,- '
l'lio lato Alox. Chlsholm was n na
tive of PJctou county, Nova Scotia, and
reached tho ngo oT CO years. Ho work
ed nt his Undo or moro than thirty
i'Vtrs, being employed In tho best har
ness manufactories of Cuinilu and tho
United States. Mr. Chlsholm died In
the Queen's Hospital at C:30 this morn
ing, having been sent thcro with re
mittent fever two dnys previously. Ho
wos attended by Dr. Herbert.
Frlduy, May 25.
Many friends hero wero glad to see
Robert Scott, formerly In employment
of tho Honolulu Iron Works, soma
eight years ngo, and nn enthusiastic
charter member of tho Scottish Thistle
Cluo. Mr. Scott Is on board theU. S. A.
Transport Logan en routo for Manila,
whero ho Is appointed to tho lesponsl
blo position of l-id of tho Navy Yard
at Cavlte. Tho U. S. authorities could
not havo picked a better man. Tho
battleship Oregon nnd many other Hno
vessels wero built under Mr. Scott's su
pervision nt tho Union Iron Works,
Friday. May 25.
J. L. McComb, tho well and favorably
known lay evangelist, Is heading what
is known ns " l'lio Forward Movement"
In Honolulu. On a small scalo It Is
nklu to tho famous work of Row C.
Pilco Hughes In London.
"Tho Joyful News Mission" Is the
name adopted by Mr. McComb for this
religious enterprise. Its headquarters
havo been selected In tho ground floor
of tho Way block, King street, opposite
tho Arlington hotel. Unllko too many
missions, tho homo of tho "Joyful
News" Is fitted up most attractively
Them Is nothing dreary or repelling In
Its equipment. A largo platform, with
- I, Hull I. fMtnl la anrmnlinlAil
un uiiur uu ""i ............
with n brilliant transparency bearing
..io name of tho mission. The hall Is
lcspltnduitly lighted with nu electric
It is tho aim of Mr. McComb and his
fellow workers to nttinct within the
.iillutucc of tho mission strangers, sall
ois nnd iion-ehufii-gorre among tho
csldints. Business men have tender
ed n generous suppoit to the s-heme
On Saturday evenings musical nnd
.Itcrnry entertainments of a high or-
ed will be given ut tuo mission is a
'onnter-attractlon to haunts of dissi
pation and vice.
"iho Joyful News Mission" will bo
opened nt Its headquarters next Tues
day evening. Addresses will bo do
.Ivcred by Mr. McComb, who Is nn ex
perienced platform speaker, as well as
by clergymen nnd other Christian
Friday, May 25.
Tho various committees appointed nt
a recent meeting of tho Geo. W. De
Long Post, No. 42, O. A. It., to mako
arrangements for tho proper observ
ance of Memorial Day, met In the Love
building Inst evening to make their re
After much discussion tho order of
tho regular Memorial Day procession
wns decided on, as follows:
Marshal Brown nnd Platoon of Police.
Firing Squad from Cth Artillery.
National Guard of Hawaii.
Kamclmmehn School Band.
Kamohnmeha School Cadets.
Rcgulur Army nnd Navy Union.
Orator of tho Day.
Geo. W. Do Long Post, C. A. R.
Tho procession wl'l form nt 2:30 p.
m. on the 30th Inst., tho right resting
on King nnd Fort streets. Tho line of
march will bo from King, up Fort,
across Vlncynid to Nuunnu nnd thence
to Nuunnu cemetery.
Hon. Harold M. Sewall has accepted
tho Invitation nt tho G. A. R. to bo the
orator of tho day. Lorrln Andrews will
rend Lincoln's Gettysburg nddrcss.
Col. Fisher wl'l be tho grand mar
shal. Col. . jnes will ho In command of
tho N. G. H. nnd Major Fnnls will havo
charge of tho firing squad from the
Cth U. S. Artillery.
Membeis of tho Geo. W. Do Long
Post w... attend memorial services In n
body nt Central Union church Sunday
morning, May 27.
Friday, May 23.
The Kamnlu directors mix-up was
settled llnnll at n meeting yesterday
afternoon and now thnt tho objections
of tho stockholders nrc no longer In
existence, It Is expected that theso peo
ple will como forward, pay up their
assessments nnd put th cplnntntlon on
n firm basis again. Tho officers and dl
rcctois nnnounccd nt yesterday's meet
ing nro ns follows:
nDvld Dayton, president nnd direc
tor. Captain Clark, vice president nnd di
rector, 1). H. Lewis, secretary nnd director.
Hawaiian Trust nnd Investment Co.,
treasurer pud agent.
L. 11. Dee, auditor.
H. L. Evans and H. R. Hitchcock,
'Iho resignations of F. II. Foster nnd
Chas. Phillips wero both accepted at
Tho ship St. Frances, Winn master,
sailed yesterday for Delaware Break
water with a cargo of 48,300 bags of
sugar, weighing 5,921,800 pounds, valu
ed at $241,714.77 mid shipped ns fol
lows: C280 bigs by M. S. Grlnbaum &
Co., to M. S. Gnnbaum & Co.; 12.100
by Castlo & Cooko to Welch & Co.;
C2C0 by W. G. Irwin & Co. to J. D.
Spreekels & Bros.; D710 by T. II. Da
vles & Co. to Williams, Dlmond & Co.;
7(iS by J. M. Dowsett to J. D. Spreekels
& Bros, and 17,152 by 11. Huckfcld &
Co., Ltd. to Williams. Dlmond & Co.
'""Friday, May 25.
Mrs. Ainnlla Joy, a very well known
Hawaiian lady, aged 44, died nt her
homo on Llllhn ctrect, Just nbovo King,
Inst night. Heart disease, was tho
cnuso of death. Tho body will bo tak
en from tho Into homo to th Catholic
chinch at 1 p. m. today. After ser
vices there, tho body whi bo taken to
tho Catholic ccmcteiy for burial.
Tho Sydney Herald of Mny 4 reports:
Three enses of plague wero reported
on Saturday, nnd three yesterday.
Up to tho present there havo been 190
cases nnd 03 deaths. During tho week
ending on Saturday nt midnight, 37
eases and eight deaths wero reported.
Tho week's total was eight moio than
thnt of any previous week. Tho record,
week by week, Is ns follows:
Weed Ended. Cnses. Deaths.
March 3 S 2
March 10 5 3
March 17 12 8
March 21 10 :i
March 31 23 fi
April 7 29 !
April 14 29 12
April 21 lli 8
April 28 2ii 7
May 5 37 K
A further supply of Huffkln's pio
phylactlc having arrived, tho Health
Department Is making nirnngcmcnts to
commenco Inoculation nt as early dnto
as possible. It will bo lemembcred thnt
on tho occnslon of tho last public In
oculation the arrangements woro such
thnt tho department was unnble to con
trol tho number of pcoplo applying
either as regards tho neighborhood
fioin which they enme or ns regards
the uumbcis applying on nny one day
Tho conscquenco wns a hopeless eon
fusion, which not only seriously dis
turbed tho ordinary business of the de
partment, hut on ono occasion ut leant
gavo rlso to a situation which might
havo resulted In grave, personal Injury
to soma of tho panic stricken crowd.
To guard against a rcpltltlon of Unit
cxperlenco tho president of tho Board
of Health has drawn up n special set of
regulations, and theso havo been np
proved by tho Premier.
Tho work of tearing down Infected
houses nnd wharves Is going on expeditiously.
New England Mutual Life in
surance Cc. GF Bosrori
-Etna Fire Insurance Compam
HENRY ST. C.OAR.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange.
AND DFALERS IN
Particular attention tlvn to purcbtia and iita ol
Hawaiian Sural Stock.
Loana Nijotlat.d. Eaittrn aol fortlfn Slock
403 California St.,
Knn Francisco, Cat
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
OT We will Bay or be', ileal Estate It
til parts of the groan .
tW We will Bell Properties ou Keasou
OFFICE. 10 West King Street
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Twelve Chlnoso Granite Httchfug
Posts, 16 each.
Property In town.
HOUSES TO LKT.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agen.
Searcher of Titles . . .
ROOM NO. 10, SPKECKEIS BLOCK
Plantation Work a Specialty.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member ol Hawaiian Stock Eichanga.
Moliierny Illock, Fort Strool.
OHAS. J. PAIiK,
Member Honolulu Stock Exchange.
Room 301, Judd Ilulldlni;.
P. B. R. STItATJOH,
Real Estate Broker
VlnancM Ag'int ud Collector.
No. 0 HctlielSt., near I. O.
JOHN H. SOPER
M iinfl fioid Brotfi?
116 Morulmnt Street.
A. ,T. CAMPBELL,
Stock and Bond Broker
Mtmbar ol tba Honolulu Stock Eicnang 1.
Ottloo Qtioeu Rtruot, oppofdto Union
f.ltphon. vjO P.O. Dpi nt,
112 HOTKL STRKCT.
KAPA, CALABASHES. LEIS, NA
TIVE HATS. HULA SKIIITS. NIIHAU
MATS, FANS, SHELLS, 8EEDS, Etc.,
HOMEMADE POI, constantly on band.
Supported by Voluntary Contributions.
KREB TREATMENT to tho Poor of
For Information as to cards of ad
mission and to the service, etc., etc.,
pply at the
Third Floor, Progress Block.
Subscriptions may bo left with J. F.
Qacueld, I. O. Abies or Dr. Bloggott.
lu, r i uiU t- i i
AdKNTS FOR ,
Western augar Hnnnerj '.. vi S.
Baldwin Locomotive- Anrfcj
Philadelphia, Penn. I' a A.
Newell On! versa. Mill Co (N33
Cane Shredderl.Ncw York. a. 3. jr
N. Ohlsndt & Co'b Phpmirt rwi-'fti
Alox. Cross & Sons. oik ra. i.
tlllzcrs for Cane and rvilfae.
Reed's Steam Pln f(i.nu
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE
Parnfflne Paint Co's P b. rvJBfc,
and Papers; Lucol and LbsaC
Oils, raw and boiled.
Indurlnr (n rnln watpr pnUtA, t?
white and colon. 1
Filter Press Cloths. Cmni, 3B3
and Dr.cks .
The Walalua Atrlcullval Co.. L i. .
The Kohata Surer Cc
The Walamea Sueai till Co.
The Koloa Agricultural Co,
The Fulton Iron Worka, St. too),, Me,
The Standard OU Co.
The Geo, F Ulake Steam Puope.
" J Nw England Lite Insurance Co. at (el it
TJe Atna Fire Ins. Co. ol Heritor!. Cent
The Alliance Aaiurance Co ol Londot
Agent (or tho California and Orient
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. O. Irwin, President and MauufHa.
Claua Spreekels tcPrdBaafc
W. li. Glffurd.. Second Vice riislf
H. M. Whitney, Jr..... Treaa. asi
Geo. J. Rom Abbs
Adairis o Tna
JUKANI0 STEAMSHIP COMPANY
OF BAN FRANOTHCO. OAI.
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULU.
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The li.ilolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Macl nt, Bto
BREWERS C0., MID.,
Ouwn street. Honolulu H.I
Hawaiian Agricultural Co;any, America! Sajw
Company, Ookala Sugar Plant. Co., Onoaea liata
Co., Ilonomu Sugar Co., Weltuku Sugar Co., Make
Sugar Co , Haleakala Panti Co., MoTokat RaMki
Planter'a Line San Fr I j ico Packet hat, Ir vtt
.o. a Line 01 uoKjn cacketa
LIST OF OFFICERS
C. M. Cooko, President; George B
RoborLHoii, Manngor; K. K. Bisboji
Treasurer and .Secretary j Col. W. ?t
Alton, Audit ir; P. O. Jonos, H. WUi
houso, Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
lmersl Manager ot
Tt Rquitiblt Life As3a;nc Socirtf
O' tba United Btates for tba HawiUta
Oitioat Monhant strcot. Ho
M. PHILLIPS 4 CO.,
Wholesale Importers and JobUn
toropun and American Drj ftcot
Fo t and Qntxn Btieets.
H. HAOKPELD 4 CO., Ltf
IBMEBAL COMMISSION A6EHI
Oor. Fort and Queen BtneU UoflolmiM
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
Improve and modern SUGAR
CHINBRY nt every capacity and
senpuon mane to order. Collar
and RIVETED PIPES for inntUal
purposea. a specialty. Partleiuar atUt
tlon paid to JOB W3RK ,tud rapalsl
executed f ihortest notice.