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C F. PETERSON J. A. MATTHEWMAN
Peterson & Matthewiaan,
'.ATTORNEYS AM) -.,
P. O. Box 8
TmriiovE, MAii i6J
!1E0. A. DAVIS -
i) KAAHVMANU ST
-' GEO. D. GEAR
DAVIS & GEAR
tttorneys and Counsellors at Law
a. . .. A... I. .J. I tt.itl.1ln.
(WVIUS 4U, ". Jw JUUU uuiiuiii&i
Cor. Fort and Merchant St Honolulu
J. Mi KANEAKUA,
A.ttonioy and Counsellor at
Offloe: In tho Occidental Hotel,
Jpenifi- of King and Alakea Streets,
Chinese and Japanese Finns.
Done in Crayon or Oil.
Pictures Framed In any styla
Framed Pictures for sale.
New Mouldings for Frames have
King and Alapai streets,
Near Honolulu Stock Yards.
460 TLLEPHONE 860
P O.IIOJ(ti. TEL WHITE 9)1
Latest Styles, - Perfect Fit.
Cleaning, Dyelne apd Repairing, a
Clothes Dyed Fast Black or any color
65 Hotel St., Ncnr Port
T. KATSUNUMA & Co.
A K. OZAWA. Manatee.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
rtmpourjr Offlct (. fticttalri $pr:fct'i bolld
Bf Tl. 544 i
i iniF; skirts cleand
Clnihinp CtinJ. DyeJ ard Repilrtd
"suiia jmauc iuukuch--TFit
cuarniei "Lowet Prl.e.
Foit Slrr n,r Kukul, and nar Orphtum Tfcattr
Prices. Clcan'ne one suit. Si; Dyeing tult $.$
Architects, Contractors and Builders
BUILDER . . .
Jobbing : Promptly : Attended : To
H. 7... IT3BK & CO.,
Architects and Builder
:: PROGRESS BLOCK.
Tl.troti hi. t
Co V. I'ijl Tel in
P. W PmrdtlM P. O Roi tit
IJDAUDBLEE & PAGE
Architects & Builders'
Office: Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex.
Honolulu, II. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
at Short Notice. 1441
OF ALL KINDH,
DoaloTd in Lninhor und Goal
ALLEN A HOBINSOtf, ,
Qnhsn utrnet. Himn'.nln
H. F. BERTBLMAN'S
Tnnarpf old stand. Entranc on KIo
treat. Ordr left at either shop, or offic.
it John Nott'; store, Kin? street, will re
teiva uromp i.ttr.lno. U(ltf
75 and 79 King Stree-
TELEPHONE NO. 8i.
NOW Is tho time to got leika
breakage!) Kien to, and jcrar
Roofs Put In O-k
By competent worftuvA
SHEET METAL WORKS
H. W. BAR TH.
Galvan'zed Iron Skylights and Ventilator
Conductor Plre and Gutter Work.
RlclurJ Stlctl, U. Quttn ani Alerclun), Honolulu.
JobtiPK promptly .ttvaa.4 i
Tel. Wliltml. P. O. Box 270.
Notice to Property Owners.
I have In my employ POUR FIRST
CLASS I'LUMIU ITS" from the Coast. I am
now ready to figure on your work at the
lowest prices. My men are Union Men.
Give me a trial.
C. II. .SHOWN,
Territory Stables, King St.
Tor eating", drinking;, and cooking;,
reus, diuciocs, OTTitmoiJstX'i-,
Wm. U. lllr
HONOLULt .'. . J
San rranchco yenU 'fun
NATIOSAI. JIANS OP BAM OTIAHC1SO! iv
San Fhahciico -Tho Nevada
Bank of 8au Francisco. . f,
Lonpon Xhe Union llarik of XAm&t
L . , , .
New Yonrc Amurlcan Exchange r-
CniCAOOMorchnnts National Batik
Paris Credit Lyonnala,
Derlin Dromlnor lUnk.
IIONKONO AND YOKOHAMA Honk.iifi
Shanghai ItailkhiK Ourporutlon.
Nkw Zkalanu ANn Auhtbalu !'
of Now Zealand.
Vioron'lA AND VANCOUVKn ltRnh
British North Ainorlct.
rransact a Geaerai Banting mlEittaiRiiit'
Depolt Received. Loane made on Aj.
proved Secarltr. noinmeiclal and Travoiti
Orcdlts Ieinad. Bills of Kxctmrc.4 bost
nd told. ,
womcnoin Fbqmitlt aooouktod Tqj
BISHOP 5D Oc
t, , t
Transact aQoneral Bankli
and Exchange Buainoss.
Commercinl and Traveler t
Letters of Credit issued, aval
ablo in all tho principal citiet
rjf.tlio. world. , .? ,,;, ,
Interest allowed alter Jnl
1, 1898, on fixed deposit!! '
d'iy notice 2 per cent., (Um
form will not boar intoros'
ituiess it romains nndis
turbod for one month), .'1
months ii nor cent.,"'6 montlu
3J por corit., 12 months 4
Pioneer Building an
ASSETS, DEC. II, 1811, I11I.S7T.V
Mono loaned on approved leenrlti
A Savings Bank fcr, monthly deposit'
Houses built cm' thVrccntnly inital
uienf. pla-. '
Twentieth Serl of Stock la as
opened. - ,.
pFFICEItS T. F, Lansing, Prr.
dent; S. B. Rose, "Vice President; C. r
Gray. Treasurer; A.'V. Gear, Secretin
DIRECTORS-IT. F. Lansing, H.
Hoae, A. V. Gear, A. W. Keech, .llnnr
Smith, J. L, McLem, J.,D. Holt, a
Gray. W. L. Howard.1 "
" A. V. GEAR.
Uhamber ot Commerce room.
Office Hours.: 12:30 1:30 n. m
mmmQip fc qo.
Savings DoixmIU will b
received and interest allowed by thl
Hank at four and one-half per oenl
Printed copies of tho Rules and lte
ulatlona may be obtained on appllcatfoL
OlUco at bank bull-lng on MeKsnai
BISHOP A 00.
TiJB .DohQni- f5pEciB Bad
Suctc'lb-i Cipltal : Yen .4 ooc.ocn
Pill UpC.rlt.t ... Yen i9.ooo.oob
Mcservci 1 unj Yen 8,,lo.oc
llti.1 Office. Yokohama.
The Hank buys and receives for col
lection Bills of Exchnngo, Issues Draft,
and Letters of Credit, and transact'
a general banking business.
On filed Depoilt lor l. o&tbi, a a' ! , a
On FIlDepoulor6nonUn, jX "
On Fix.- Depoilt lor -o. I
Dran'ch of ih. Yokohama Specl. Bank,
.K'ew REDoMic Baillim, ill, lint St., noioli
Mrs. A. L. King
Has removed to Fort street, opposite the
Catholic" Church. UlWie t!it?il.tronriifof
her friends and former custoinrJs.joil-
0 a& &zm. ' .. . ro
(XPORT THAfitMR X.
k mum omn & co tia J
Brftkfwl Cow. ! 8 IV. lis. X
V UW CfcorUt tMMliJ, I 8 lb. M&M. VI
Q 0r-4a SwmI CfamUt. 1-4 Ik. -. Vi
to -tr -) 4fnt. V
X Walter Bakor A Oom Ltd. X
X Dorc-titcr, Mau., TJ. 3. A. '
PT PAY1W RfflT
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'Oplrilqrj of Comptroller ojhth'e Public
Buttcling QuestionPossession of
Custom House and Other Build
ings Used by Federal Officers Was
a, by. Purchase-Property Belongs
to the Federal Department.
, FollaWlne li the onlnton oftercd the
Secre'tnry of tho Treasury hearing on !
ll, navment of.renl to the Territory of !
Hawaii for Vubllc buildings used by tho
Federal departments In Hawaii. The
nolnt wm '.raised 'on the status of tho
quamntlne'statlon and other buildings ,
taken over by tho Marine Hospital Ser-,
vlcey Tho opinion of the comptroller'
goes further and deals ttlth the Custom
Honse and Post Office. It will bo noted
that the comptroller holds that the
customs Houno Is unnuestlonably the
Apreip'Jrty f IhejUnltcd States It having
neeri'iaKen possession oi uy cusioma
L .. . . t . .
V-nhor tics unotj. tlio tacit consent or.
7l ' ..' . iVse-Vr, 0 .i .r,
lJ,I,WWpnttii,OovFrnor of tho Tor-,
rltcy:s , ' , , ,
Ontr'n nf'fTnmnti.nllpr of the Treasury.
. , . v . ,
Washington, October 1. 1900.
Tho lldnornblo TlfcoSticretary i ot the
.,. t I.... i ... .,..
nir; -111 JlllU 1-UIIIllllllllUUllUll v mv
17th ultimo you request
mv decision of,
' ' " f
certain question which
"This Department Is In receipt of the
enclosed communication frpm the Su
pervising Surgeon (irncrnl. M. II. H.,
in miich no requesis io do auviscu
whether thb appropriation "For Re
pairs nnd Preservation of Public Dulld
jngs" (31 Stat. Ml) la available for re
pairs tP tho buildings of the quarantine
station nt Honolulu, Hawaii, which he
states 'wero transferred to the Marine
Hospltnl Service by section 97 of the
act entitled "An Act to provldo a gov
ernment for the Territory of Hawaii" '
(31 Stat. 1G0)7 This communication IB
respectfully submitted to you with re-
quest for- ah expression M your opinion'
on tno.questipn presented.
In., contctldh with tin foregoing you
areaij16ea that upon tl)M nnitcxatlon
of he.JTerrHory of HaWail, certain .Rrcs shall otherwise determine, and
public buildings which had heretofore that tho existing customs regulations
been owned and used by the HepUhllc 9nali remoln unchanged until the cus
of Hawaii for customs nnd post offlro t()mB lawg of tne iT,,tcci Stnres shall be
purposes, were continued to be used for cxtendcd over tho Islands,
llko purposes by the United States, u frtUer provides that:
without, so far ns this department Is "rntll Congress nhnll provide for the
aware, having becri "taken for the use Government ,of such Islands, all the
nnd, purpuses of thft United States by 'vn, $miielat nnd mtlltnry" powers ex-
iiirccuun hi inn i-rraiiivai ur m mu
Governor of Hnwnll. In hl-cordanco
Mlth the provisions Of section SI of the
act of Congress, -approved April 30,
1900. entitled "An net to provide n
government for the Tenltoiy of Ha
waii." "Tlie Collector of Customs lit Hono-,
unit nas quiie iccniiy ntiviseu iiif ut
partment that It is the purpose of the
Territory of Hawaii to charge the
United States rent for the use of said
buildings, arid he iccnminoiuN that slid
buildings bo formally taken for t)ie
uses nnd purposes of the United Stnte
under the provisions of (.ectlon 91 of
snld net named."
"This rtcpnitincnt has this matter
under consideration, and before tnk-1
Ing any action In tho premises tt Is de-1
sired thnt you favor tne ijop.irimcni '
with nn expression of your opinion
upon the foliar Ing questions:
"1. If tn'e public buildings rcr'red
to are tnKm by direction of the Piesl.
dent or of 'the Governor of Hawallr'ftir
the uses and purposes of thp United
States In accordance with the provi
sions or section ut or said net; win tnn
nnnifal appriiprinnntw iwidf nyt.cn-
gross for the fuinlshlngi.:Me. roaln.rn
nniw mm -repairs fir I"it'S jW.I'II'JW
be aynUblo l cnnnwtloii therew IHi ?l
"This qu6stlbn" IA Silfrgosted wHiUrJ,,
racn oi me apiuupimiinns reierren u,
vlr..: "Furniture imd repairs of furni
ture.' 'Pay of assistant custodians nnd
Janitors,' 'fuel, lights 'and water fpr
public buildings' (31 Stnt. C09V. 'For re
pairs and preservation of public bullll.
lngs (Id: Ii91). 'Heating apparatus ror
public buildings' nnd 'Vaults, safes and
J locks for public bulldlngs.'..(ld. 592),
contain language limning tne cxpenui-
tures thereunder to 'public buildings
under tho control of tho Treasury De-
partment,' which term 'public buildings
under the control of tho Treasury De-
partment,' appears to bo controlled by
the provisions of an act entitled 'An
act making nppioprlations for tho fiscal
year ending-June 30. 1899, and for other
purposes.' npproved July 1, 189S. (30
Stnt. C19), as follows:
"That all court-houses, custom-
houses, pwt-offlcea, appraisers stores,
barge oHlces. sub-treasurtts.Sand other
ttict of Columbia nnd outside ot mllU
inry rVBtTVUlliilin wniiu mno uwn
heretofore purchased or erected, or nro
J present In cnurso of construction, or
which may nerenrier no erecien or
purchased out of any appropriations
under .tho control of the Trensury De.
pnrtnicnt, together with the slto or
sites thereof, nro hereby declared to 1)3
under the exclusive) Jurisdiction nnd
control nnd In the custody of tho Sec
retary of tho Tiensury, who shall hnvo
full power to tako possession of and
assign nnd icasslgn looms thcieln tn
such Federal officials, clerks, and em
ployes as In his Judgment nnd discre
tion should be furnlkhcd with offices or
"As this Department Is In doubt
whether tho public buildings In Ha
waii if acquired under tho provisions
of section 91 of the net nbovo referred
to providing a government for the Ter
ritory of Hawaii, will tome within tho
meaning nnd Intent of raid act of July
1898, your opinion In tho matter Is re-
2. In-reforcnce to the suggested pur-
pose of theiTerrltoiy of Hawaii 'to
chnrgoUhe United States rent ror mo
pfleeV,0i katrt' Mmlldlngs, your attention
Is again invited to section ui oi tno nti pioviucs, nmting other tilings, ns roi-
providing n Government for the Terrl- lows-
try of Hawaii which prnvhlcatbiit 'un- "Tl)nt (iiiinrnrulnn.'.Rlarinn and
til ntlfinvflso prodded fur by C'nuRieWr'gmnri'1! nt the hUUr"tlf JlcHolulu. to-
or tnKen for tho uses nnd purposes nf gcthei wlih nil thn public property b(V
thn GiNernincnt by the direction nf tho longing to that fti'Ylce., .shall bn tnjus-
Piesldent or of the Governor of Ha- fcucd o tho Marino Hospital Servlco
wall,' thitiitbUftiriJVr.fr4ldlu)tjita,imi United Stntes.
public buildings ceded nnd transfencil This section mnkes more specific pro-
to tho United States by tho Hipublk vision for tho public property pertain-
of Hnwnll under the lolnt resolution of
annexation, npprovcil July 7. 189S, 'shall
b" "nd remain In the possession, use.
and control of the Government of the
Territory of Hawaii, nnd shall bo
maintained, managed, and careil for by
I It. nt Its own expense.. In view of the
foregoing provisions of law an oxpres-
ln nf a.m.. nnlnlnn la .tnolfn.l na trt
"".'.'.p - p ,a,0 f7 CoilMt.
lnR ,,, jicvenue from Customs," which
Is charged with tho expense of renting
quarters for customs purposes, can be
a' - SSrbtoof'SiM!i5
.,, ,..,,. i,,. . iti,,i,, m,.
y th0 property 6f the'rtepuhll'c of Hn-
iu. , , j
"Wl.lln titla nnnnn.An Una Hn( fnl.
.:'"." ."" "- " - " "
nuthorlred to. request nn express on of
ymir oplnlon t'rf lhe tlm 'of ,ho Trf.
rltory of Hawaii to charge the United
Rtntes .rent for ilise of thn Dost-ofllce
,miH(iinc,Jier9tororo referred to,, ft iuis ..
. .. . . - , . - , jr
'matter' fn' order that y6n may give tho
Subject sut'h consideration hs to you '
cn,a .... in..,i. . ,i, .,..
ucemciijii expeuieni io reier to ino i
-,. I'.viu ,,o,u,i ,; iuit ",u" I
? .. .w . .?
f?X fiilil muuiings appears to be,,prc-k"""""
cWy similar to that of the cusom -
l,n,',o n Itnnnlnln ." ' '
house nt Honolulu.'
The legislation upon this subject
hnvlng been enacted nt JfTcrcilt.tlme8
nnd under different circumstances,
there Is difficulty In Interpreting Its
various provisions so ns to provide In n
satisfactory manner, from a practical
point of view, for contingencies that
have subsequently nrlsen.
lly the Joint Resolution of July 7,
1S98, provldlpi! for the annexation of
the Hawaiian Islands (30 Stnt., 7S0).
It If provided that all tho property and'
rights (Of the Republic of Hawaii. In-
rIllun tho vuWc. iands nnd buildings,
i.nr( vested In" the United States ol
(he United States off
America." It nlso provides that tho
municipal legislation' of' tho Hawaiian
i.inmla shaU remain In forccuntll Con-
crcscd by the ofnrers of the existing
gnvrrnment In snld Islands shall hi
vested in such person or persons, nnd
shall bn exercised In such mnnner. ns
tho President of the United Stalls shall
direct, nnd the President sbnll have
power to lemove Mild officers and fill
tno vacancies so occasioned,
ancles so occasioned.
Tim trnnfer of the sovereignty and
property of Hnwnll to the United States '
was mndn August 12, 1S9S. (B Con).
lief.. ii-. j in iuc iiiciiminiu. iiniigr uaio
of July 8. U9S, the President dlrertcd
"the flvll Judicial and military powers
In question sbnll be exercised by
the oflkcrs of the Republic of Ha
waii ns It existed Just prior to tho
transfer of sovereignty, subject to
his power to remove such officers
nnd to till tho vncancles."
The effect of this order of the Presl
dent In my Judgment was to continue
tliqiaoveiniuunt of the, Republic f H
wall just m It hail been prior to the
pe( of cession, reserving to the Presi
dent 'the right to lemnve nil these offi
cers and fill nil existing vacancies, that
tl'vi leaving thq5oyncr
.Llp.nt the said property In tho United
gintcsliiil Us actual pnssesslon IW llinse"
waHsoiVltl'li civil goVei nt
nVnt wns pro-
,dvlicarnttber disposition made, rela
tive to the possession ef ,e.i.lrcraiio,fty.
PoHHCHtttnn I in licit Permit.
Section 91 also 'provides thnt thla
property may bo taken for the uses
and purposes of tllo jtnlted Statca' by
direction of tjie Preslncnt or Govern
customs service of tho United States, or
ment or Hawaii, i mo oinccrs oi tno
0f tho Tostal "servlco of tho United
stntes. took possession of any part of
this property for the uses nnd purposes
f tho United Stntes with tho' full
knowledge and assent of tho Governor
f Haw-all, I nm of the opinion that
BUCh taking of possession under such
clrcumstnnies would be equlvnlcnt of
n direction sp to do by the Governor
Haw-all. and the United Statea under
auci, circumstances would not be le-
BaJiy or equltnbly liable to pay rent
tor s,lch property to tho Territory of
Hawaii, notwithstanding that a sub-
by tie floernor-o Hawaii for rental.
If, on tho contrary, tho officials of
the Customs servlco or thei postal ser
vice of tho United Stntes took posses
sion of any of these buildings or parts
thereof for the uses nnd purposes of
tho United Stntes without both tho
knowledge and nssent of tho Governor
ot Hnwall, Congress not having mndo
provision for such possession and such
direction not having been mndo by tho
President, under cut li circumstances
tho United Stntes would bo legnlly lln
blo for tho fair rental thereof, ns of nn
Implied contract f lentnl for said
hulldlngs'pr any pails thereof so tak
en und used by the United Stntes for
Its own use nnd benefit, nnd the proper
appropriations rnr Vfpeiibcs or collect
ing tho customs revenue nnd tho pos
tal bervlco would bo nvallttblo to pay
I put tho en mi upon these supnosltl.
tlpus factH In tho nbsenco of knnwledgo
of Just how tho United States became
jpossc&std lit such buildings or psrts
thereof for Government use. There Is
njllfferMit pinvlslnn In respect to thn
quarantine, station nt Honolulu. See
tlon 97 of tho Act of April 30, 1000.1
Ins to this quarantlno etadon than is
in.nln ly ooctlon 91, and It munt there
fore ho eouatrued a-niikkln(? an excp
tlnV licto.ritt'finrillnB the twoi see
tloJs lofteth. i"thlnk they are in ho
rn;i3tniotl ns iirovldliiB that nil tho
property described In Bectlon 91, ex-
fMniimtfi nl tho ftrlmr tt Hn'lfllltttl.'
spoi lflcally (irotMcM fof In sertloh 97 -
'shall ho and remain In the poswlon
use. and rontrol of the wefnment
of the Territory of Hawaii
until otherwise provided for by
Congress, or taken for the uses and
purposes of the United States by
direction of the President or of tho
Governor of Hawaii."
I nm of the opinion, therefore, that
thin quarantine Btatlon, Including
gruiunU, must he regarded as having
been transferred to the Marine Hospital
Service, by operation of law, nnd Is
therefore under tho control of tho Sec
retary of the Treasury. The appropria
tion for repairs and preservation ol
public buildings, 1901, act of June 6,
1900 (31 Stat., S91), expressly Includes
"Quarantine stations." and I nm clear
ly of the opinion that It Is applicable
to the quarantine station at the harbor
. .Money Fop Repnlrn
Relative to your question ns to tho
availability of tho annual appropria
tions made by Congress for the fur
nishing, care, maintenance and repairs
of 'public buildings. If such buildings
are taken by the direction of the Presi
dent or the Governor or Hawaii. I have
to say that It seema thnt some of these
buildings, or at least parts of the same,
are now In the use and occupancy of
the United States for governmental
purpose. More of them might be tak
en possession of by the United States
In the manor lndlcntes In your letter.
I will, therefore, give you nn ex
pression of my opinion as to the avail
ability of those appropriations men
tioned for tho furnishing, care, main
tenance, and repair of said buildings
now In the possession and use- of tho
Government of the United States for
It seems Unit your dimcuity lies in
meaning to be nttnehed to the
n"n" n Ior
of the (toier
words found In the act making nppro-
the Biindrr vwil expenses
ernment for the fiscal, year
-,,.Imo. ,1(1 OA 1(
1899, and for other
Stat.. 6U), tt lllcll re
July i, , 13U
That all coyrt-housos. custom
houses, post-offlces. appraiser s stores,
barge ofllces, sub-treasuiles, and other
public buildings outside qf the District
of Columbia, and outside of military
rescivatlons which have been hereto
fore purchased or elected, or are at
present In course of consti notion, oj"
whk h may heieaftcr be erected or pur
chased out of any appropriation under
the control of tho Treasury" Depart
ment, together with the site or sites
thereof. Are hereby expressly declared
to bo'nilder the exclusive Jurisdiction,
and control and In the custody of thn
q,.iet.irv of thn.Trcasiiry who shall
vn full power-to take-possession of
and assign and reassign rooms merein
to suph "Federal o(rfc,nls,j clerks. (J,
emplhyees ns In his, Judgment nnddls)
erctlnii should be furnished with
offices or rooms therein."
You seem to be In doubt whether the
public buildings In Hawaii acquired
under the provisions of sections 91 of
tho act above referred to providing a
civil government for tho Territory of
Hawaii come within the meanlng'and
Intent of said Act. r
Pur.haHctl From Hnwnll.
I Infer that ou question whether
the-io buildings lfave been purchased
by the United States within the pur
view and meaning of thnt act.
The public property of Hnisalt was
purchased b the United States, and
the United States Is n purchaser tlicie
of within Hie meaning of the word
"purchase" In said act of July 1, 1S9S.
The woul "puu-hasc' Is used In law
In contradistinction to descent and
means any other mode of acquiring
real estate than by the common course
of inheritance". A purchaser Is denned
to be one who ncqulicn real properly In
any other rabde than by descent.
Black's Law Dictionary. 9G7.
The annual nppioprlations made by
Congress for furnishing, care, mainten
ance, and repairs of public buildings
nro available for all such purposes, ns
regaids the public buildings In Ha
waii In tho pioper use and possession
of tho United Stntes for tho purposes
In said Act mentioned. ,
, , - RfJ, TRACEWELL,
fyer and W1q Dialers.
HAS A FINE LINE OF .
Wines, Liquors, Etc,
FOR SALE DY THE GLASS OR BOTTLE
J. K. Mereeberg.
IMFOBTHBS, AMD WlIOLBBiLl
file an. Lipr Dealers.
AimU tor tut Bottl.4 Ratnltr Bear ol (tank
NO. 10 NOUANU tiTllEKT
Foitar Block. Iloxoiviu. Hawaiian IsLAsnt
P. O. Boi in. Mutual Talaphona ao8.
SOPArWAT!jF CO., L
Corner Allen and Fort Sis., Honolulu,
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE AIERCHANTS.
22J Queen St., Honolu.tu. H. 1
NcnBeer to Burn,
t But Byer to Beat the Band
'IS 1 in .
LARGE INVQICE QF
IN DRAUGHT AND BOTTLE
It.tias'nt come to stay ; It's jjoing
"fast, but there's more coin
ing every month.
lT il. DEE, Prop.
Agents, Brokers and Jobber.
H. P. BALDWIN ,...). ..17. Presldal
I. II. r.ASTt.P ' -hit Vice-President
vV. M. ALfc.XANDEK 2fd Vlce-Presjdent
j, , COOKE...' Treasure'
W. O. SMITH Secretary and Audltoi
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial St Su(r Ca
Olaa Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Klhel Plantation Co.
Hawaiian Sugat Co.
Kahutul Railroad Company.
The California and Orieital J. 3. tt.
W. G.lrwin 60
Western Sugar Refinery Co., ot M
Baldwin Locomotive Worki, Bl
Philadelphia, Penn., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (Nation.
Cane-Shredder), New York. U. S. A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical FertUI.
Alex. Cross ft Sons', hlgh'grade. I
tlltzera for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE
Parafflne Paint Co.'s P. ft B. Palmk
and Papere; Lucol and LlnMM
l-IMu rnn, ..,1 Hnlio.t
Indurlne ,(a bold-wafer palBt),
FJlter Pt&tB CloiiVCemea,Lll
,. AGENTPOirc;: ',.
TU w Plaautl'aCo,. ,
rh. w.i.io. Anmimrkt Civi i,
T Kohlli Sottr C "
Tht WiU-.a Surir till Co.
Tt. Fulton lion Workl. SI. l.ilt. M:
Ta.StHl.r4 Oil Co.i r-r
I 1n. K Blab Ca b. r
W.flon". dmtrirutill. "
Tt. N.w Enal.nd Llf. laniraac.Cf fll .
Tb. tna Fir. Ids. Co. of Hartf .r. Cm.
Til. AIII.DC. A..ur.nc. Co ol LmI
LIFE arid 'FIRE
AGENTS T)f OR.. .,
Hew England Mutual Lifb Ih-
SURANCE CO. ti- b,T0N.
-tna Fire Insurance Compaht
tfiu G. Irwin & Cc,
Wm. G. Irwin.. President and Managu
Claus Spreckels Vlco President
W, M Glffard ..Second Vice Prelde
HV M. Whitney Jr. .... Treas. and 8t.
Geo. J. Ross Audita.)
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D0K1NI0 STEAMSHIP 00lAr
OF 8A VRAWOlRnn Xy,-j
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j Ouwn tueit, Honolulu H.I y.
Hawaiian Arrlcultural Copany, A.rlMa Bat tt
Companv. Ookala Suear Plant. Co , Onoa. M
Co., Honomu Suear Co , Walluku Sural Ct , HH
Suzar Co , Haleakala Ranch Co., MoTokat Ra.rti
Planttr't Ltn. San Fr )3co Pacini ail, Bl m
k Co. Lin. ol Boun Packet.
IJST OF OFFICERS
O. M. Cooke, President) Georce
Robortsou, Manager; B, $.' Bishop
Treaauror and Hecretary; Ool.'iW.
Allon, Audit ir; P. O. Jones. H. Water
house. Geo. R. Carter. Dlroornft.
QUEBN ST.. - HONOLULU.
The Lancashire Insurahcs Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Mad, nt. Bt.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
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