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I lj'v PtTtMOl J. A. MATTHEWtlAN
PtTtMOl J. A. MATTHEWtlAN
Peterson & Matthcwman,
COUNStLLORS AT LAW
P.O. Box tft 15 KAAHUMANU ST
rmi-HONE, Main iU
J. M. KANEAKUA,
attorney and Counsellor at
Ofset: In the Occidental Hotel,
MrMr of King and Alakea Streets,
Chinese and Japanese Finns.
P O. Box 961, TEL white ?n
Latest Styles, - Perfect Fit.
Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing, a
Clothes DyeJ Fast Black or any color
8B Hotel 8t., Near Fort
T. KAT6UNUMA & Co.
A. K. 02AWA. Maoarar.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
raaperary Old: Room j ttpaulrt Spwk.ll tolll
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LADIES SKIRTS CLEAND
Clotnlne Cl.in.d. OstS act R.palr.J
-SUITS MADE TOOHDEK-"
-Fit cuaram.rJ "Loiil Prlu.
F?rt Street, ncr Kukut. in J nr Orpheum Theater.
JVPrlctt: Owning one iult, Si; Dclnz tult Ji.$t
P DONE IN-CRAYON
O OR OIL.
R Pictures framed In any style.
J Framed Pictures for sale.
"? New Mo jldlngs for frames
T KING AND ALAPAI STREETS
S NEAR HONOLULU STOCK VAPDS
Architects, Contractors and Builders
Edward R. Swain,
STANOCNUALU lull ,
Teirroiai Onlit lth F W Macfarlant.
40 Jail Tul ling
l.O. w. pc I.I. .
F. W. B.arliln P. O. Boi jjl
BOARD SLEE & PAGE
Architects & Builder
Office: Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
at Short Notice. 1441
Or ALL KIND8.
Dealora in Lumber and Goal
Qneen street. Hnnolnla
r .VTRACTOR AND
jobbing : Promptly : Attended : To.
H. F. BERTBLMAN'8
To Mar of old stand. Entrance on King
strut. Order left at either shop, or office,
u John Nott'e .'are, Kin? street, will re
'r pmmH t,tl.rilrtn, tit ltf
Edward R. Swain,
Crocker Bid., - San Francisco
est'es to announce that he has
pened an office In Honolulu for the
transaction of all business apper
taining to the practice of his pro
lesslon. Pending (he completion of theStangen
wald Building, In wh'ch offices have been
secured, he can be found at the office of
MR. F. W. MACFARLANE.
400 JUDD BUILDING.
on all sorts of building.
OFFICE IN OLD ARLINGTON
A full line of HAWAIIAN VIEWS.
Shriners are welcome to visit our
gallery and see the
Surgeons, Physicians And Dentists.
H. W. Howard, M. D.
1123 ALAKEA STREET.
f 9 to 12 a. m.
:) 3 to 4 p.m. i
I 7 to 8 p, m.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
Roow 4-to9, onicc. Main, jIj.
Boston Buildino, Residcncs,
Fort Strut. White, .mi.
HOURS-11 a. h. to 1. t t
. ITO P. .! T TO I P. M.
P. O. BOX Sol. SUNDAY ! P. M
DR. W. H. MAYS
381 Beretnnla Street.
7 to 8 Telephone 602
DR. J. T. WAY80N,
443 BERET ANIA ST.
OFFICE HOURS Jf3O:03:3OP;:
TEL. Main 146
UK. C. A. PETERSON
Su rt-ODei ed his office at . . .
v a6 Emma Street
9-1 1 A.M.")
2- 4 P.M.
7- P.M. J
rjs? WALTER HOFFMANN.
3EHETANIA STREET (opposite the
Telephone 510. P. 0. nox, 601.
Office hours: 8 to .'0 a. m.; 1 to 1
a.; 7 to 8 p. m.; Sundays, to 11 a. m.
Dr. F. J. Rayner,
Crown and Bridge
HOURS g TO a.
204 BoHton Block.
DR. J. M, WHITNEY
has removed his office from the corner
of Hotel and Fort Streets to the
BOSTON BLOCK. FORT STREET.
ABOVE MAY & CO., ROOM 405.
IIOL'RS S:jo to 5. TEL. MAIN 277
OR. ALBERT E. NICHOLS
3D y an. t i b t.
M2j Alakei Street, next to .Masonic
"iffice Hours 9 to 4
. C. WALL, D. D. S.,
O. E. WALL, D. D. S.,
Love Building, Fort Street.
Hours: 9 to 4. Telephone 434.
Dr. VV. G. Rogers
eye.'ear, nose and throat
New Special Treatment for Deafness
No charge for consultations.
OFFICE-184 Hotel St., opp. Y.M.C.A.
HOURS q to 12-2 tn 4JK-7 to 8.
We tit glnsscH
We grind lenses
Wc repair jJIiibhch
PACTORY ON THE PREMISES.
At N. SANFORD,
OVER MAY A CO.
ARLINGTON HOTEL, - R60.VI 17,
removes corns, bunjons,
warts and Ingrown nails
75 and 79 King Strew.
TELEPHONE MO. 31.
VOW Is the time to get leik M
brBkge Meu to, mnd yoo
Roofs Put In Ottfri
By competent wortov
SHEET METAL WORKS
H. W. BARTH.
Galvan'zed Iron Skylights and Ventilator
Conductor Pipe and Gut'tr Work.
Rlcbard Streit, bcl. Quten an4 Mer.tt.nL sonolutu.
JoobiDifronptiy an.ae4 10.
Tel. White 41. P. O. Hox 270.
Notice to Property Owners.
I have In my employ FOUR FIRST
CLASS PLUMBERS from the Coast. I am
now ready to figurj on your work at the
lowest prices. My men are Union Men.
Give me a trial.
C. H. BROWN,
Territory Stable., King St.
K. K. KAJU,
Toachor of ' ' ttur, Mandolin, Zltba
Ukulola and Tare Patch.
Orders to be left care ol Wall, Nlc)iol
OJ ' V'Nj.tfom Mudo Co.'e IMlI
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU,
DAYS' W WORK
DurlnR the nfternoon cession of the
Senate yesterday, tho following mes
sage from the Governor, submitting ap
pointments to tho Fire Claims Commis
sion: "To the Senate of the Territory of
"In accordance with a ulll passed
by the Legislature of the Territory
of Hawaii, entitled "An Act to provide
for the ascertainment and payment of
nil claims which may be made by per
sons whose property was destroyed
by fire In the years A. t. 1899 and 1900
under orders of the Tlonrd of Health,
authorizing the Governor to nppolnt
a commission or five disinterested and
competent citizens of the Territory
of Hawaii, of whom nt least one shall
be an attorney of the Supreme Court,
to hear and Invcstlcnte all such
claims, I herewith submit the following
names for your consideration:
"FRED W. MACFARLANE, Chalrma.
"A. N. KEPOIKAI.
"ARTHUR C. LOVEKIN.
"JOSEPH O. PRATT."
After much discussion, this matter
was finally left until the eenlng ses
sion, the Independents not being ready
to net on the nn tries.
A communication from Secretary
Cooper, announcing tho signing of the
fire claims Act by Governor Dole, was
read and then came the folloVIng reso
lution by Carter which was calculated
to stir up the Enrollment Committee'
"Whereas, It has been ascertained
that the Governor had on April 2th
enlv one bill under consideration, nnd
"Whereas, the Senate nnd House of
Representatives hnve passed n largo
number of bills which should have
been presented In order that they
might be examined by the Executive;
"He It lesolved. that tno engross
ing committee report forthwith as fol
lows: "1st. The number of bills that have
passed both houses.
"2nd. The number of bills that had
been presented to the Goernor on
"3rd. The number of bills that are
still to be submitted to the Governor."
Mr. Knlauokalant smiled and. when
Mr. Carter had finished, calmly rose
nnd reported for the Enrollment Com
mittee that the following blls had been
presented tii the Governor:
An Act to repeal ceitnln obsolete
An Act to provide a tax on Incomes.
An Act to provide for the ascertain
ment nnd payment of nil claims which
may be mnde by persons whose nron-
erty was destroyed by fire In tho years
. i). isuit and l'.tno under orders of
the Hoard of Health.
An Act providing for nnd creatine
certain counties In tho Territory of
Hawaii, and providing n form of gov
ernment for such counties.
Mr. Knlauokalanl made another re
port for tho same commltteo to the ef
fect that more bills would bo Bent up
to tho Governor during 'tho afternoon.
About the last thing done during the
afternoon, wns the Introduction of the
following concurrent resolution by Ka
nuha. calling upon Governor Dole to
proe the charges of bribery made to
the Senate committee and to a com
mittee of citizens on' separate occa
sions: "He It resolved by tho Senate of
the Legislature of the Territory of
Haw-all, tho House concurring there
in: "Wherens, tho Governor of tho Ter
ritory of Hnwall did make the charge
to a committee of senators, who call
ml upon him on offlclnl business, on
Friday, tho 2Cth day of April. A. I).
1901, that members of the Legislature
had accepted sums of money In ex
change for their votes, or promises of
sums of money for votes to bo enst,
"Whereas, such statements constl
tuto a gross slander upon tho members
of this Legislature, which should bo
proven nt once. If true. nnd.
"Whereas, tho several Houses of
this! eglslaturo nre the Judges of tno
qualifications and disabilities of tholr
members, therefore, bo It
"Resolved, that a commltteo con
sisting of one r. ember of tho Senate,
to bo appointed by tho President
thereof, and two members of tho
House, to bo appointed by the Speak
er theieof, bo chosen to at once wait
upon the Governor and demnnd nnv
proofs In his possession of tho truth
of his charges, and bo It further
"Resolved, that. In the name of
truth and dccei 'y, tho Governor bo
requested to extend this session for
a term sufficient to permit the Houses
of thls'LeglsInturo to Investigate these
charges which havo now becorao n
matter of common notoriety through
tho Governor's reiteration of tho snmo
to a commltteo of citizens nnd to re
porters for-thc newspapers of tho Ter
ritory." The Senators wrestled long and
warmly oer this. Mr. Aehl declared
that the Legislature had no right to
poke Its finger Into tin Executive pie.
Ho said further that, to pass such a
resolution wnB to loner the dignity of
Mr. Knnuhn waxed warm over tho
mntter. Ho said Hint Dole had charged
the Legislature with bribery and that
those who voted against tho resolu
tion would show themselves cowards.
When the Senate committee onllcd en
the Goernor, the Chief Executive had
stated that he know of bribery and
that this was one, of tlis principal rea
sons for not extending the session.
If the Legislature could pick out the
Ijullty ones and bring them to Justice,
he would extend the csslon.
Tho resolution wns finally carried bv
a strict party vote and was then sent
ou Its way to the Hoiiffl.
At the evening session, tho Senators
suspended tho rules and proceeded to
tmolto fionl start to finish to keep out
tho mosquitoes nnd Incidentally to en
joy themselves. Tho Republicans
bhowed by their actions throughout tho
tcbslon that they considered It tho
ery last hours and all tho resolutions
nnd motions which thoy nffored hud
Hint thought clearly to tno fore.
The oenlng'n work was started on
Its way by the following fesolutlon ln
tiddmcd by Mr. Kanuba, asking that
Tax Assessor Shaw be asked to re
blgn, wlihh enmo llko a thunderbolt
out of a clear sky:
"Hon. 8. E. Knlue, President of tho
"Ho It resolved liv the Senate of
tho Territory of Hawaii, that, this
It. T., WEDNESDAY MAY 1, 1901.
august body, concur In condemning,
and asking Jonathan Shaw, tax as
scsBor, to resign from his present of
ficial position as tax assessor of tho
Territory of Hawaii, for misconduct
"Senator of tho 3rd District."
It took an hour and three quarters to
dispose of this resolution. Nearly
every Senator In tho room had a fling
of five or ten minutes nt tho resolu
tion and then Mr. Knlauokalanl put
finish to the whole thing by coming out
squarely against the resolution which
was Immediately killed.
Sir. Carter moved to proceed to th
consideration of the appointments of
the Governor to the Fire Claims Com
mission In secret session, Mr. Crabbe
called for an open session. Mr. Carter
accepted the amendment and Mr. Kn
lauokalanl seconded It. Carried.
The names of V. W, Mncfarlane. A.
N. Kepolknl. A. C. Lovekln nnd Jos
eph G. Pratt went through without
question but, when It came to a' con
sideration of tho name of Lorrln An-
diews. there was a vigorous kick from
the Independent sldo of the house.
Mr. Kalauokalant said that the Gov
ernor had acted most nbltrarlly In hli
choice of commissioners. He had ap
pointed four white men nnd ono iiatlvo
nnd tho native was a Republican. Tho
Home Rule side had been completely
Ignored nnd there was enly one nntlve
on the Commission, Such an action
was an Insult. Mr. White then arose
and proposed the name of F. J. Testa
which Immediately met with favor nnd
was adopted by the Senate. Mr. Bald
win voting with tho Independents. A
committee consisting cf Messrs. Bald
win, Kalauokalanl nnd Carter was
named by tho chair to notify the Gov
ernor of tho choice of tho Scnato and a
recess of fifteen mlnutis wns taken.
On recomenlng. Mr. Knohl offered
a resolution relating to the payment of
nil bills Incurred by the Senate. This
hnd n very short life.
At this point Rule 71 of tho Scnato
was suspended and smoking begnn.
Mr. Achl wns tho only ono who raised
n dissenting voice. Hardly had this
business been disposed of when the
chnlr announced the following raessago
from, the Governor:
"To the benato of tho Territory of
"I hereby nominate Mr. F. J. Testa
ns n member of the commission of
five, authorized to be nominated by
the Governor by an Act entitled "An
Act to provide for tho ascertainment'
nnd pnvment of all clnlms which may
bo made by persons whoso property
was destroyed by fire In tho years A.
D. 1S99 and 1900 under orders of the
Hoard of Health.
"SA.N'FORD II. DOLE.
"Executive Chamber, April 30th,
Mr. Carter wanted to Joko a bit so
ho moved that tho Smntn refuse to
confirm tho name of Mr. Testa. This
was seconded hut not a hand was lifted
against tho nppolntmcnt.
A communication from the Secretary
of tho Territory announced tho signing
bv tho Governor of thj following bills?
An Act to deflno tho Territorial Seal.
An Act to repeal certain obsolet
An Act to amend Section 30 of Chap
ter LVH of the Sessions Lnws of 1892.
An Act to provide n tnx on Incomes.
Mr. Knnuhn then Intioduced tho fol
lowing resolution prnWdlng for a
"Bo It resolved by tho Senato and
tho House of Representatives of the
Territory of Hawaii concurring:
"Wherens, the Senate 'bill entitled.
An Act to crcnte the office of Trans
portation Commission, provides that
until tho first general election tho
Transportation Commission ho elected
by tho Legislature.
"That T. J. Ryan Is hereby clectld
to (111 tho Bnld office."
The resolution wns flnnlly laid on
tho tnblo and the Sennte took another
recess nt tho call of the chair.
On reconvening, Mr. Knnuhn Intro
duced n resolution to tho effect that
Charles Wilcox bo paid $100 extra for
extra time on the work of the Hoard
of Health during tho plague epidemic.
On second thought. Mr. Knnuhn with
drew his resolution, stating that the
proper time to lntrodu-o It wns during
(he consideration of fne Appropriation
On motion of Mr. White, the appoint
ments of Governor Dole on tho Board
of Health were ngaln taken up for con
sideration. The appointment of Dr.
Cooper was reconsidered nnd confirmed
eu that now, the Board will bo able to
do work as Dr. Cooper will undoubtedly
net, ns president until other plans can
Mr. Kalauokalanl reported ns fol
lows on bills presented to the Gover
nor: An net to deflno tho Territorial
An net to amend Section 30 of Chnp
LVH of tho Session Laws of 1892.
An act to deflno tho Territorial
An net to amend Section 30 of Chnp'
ter I.VII of tho Session Laws of 1892.
An net to authorize W. W. Dlmond,
his associates, successors and assigns
to manufacture nnd supply hvdro-cnr
hon gas and Its by-products in Hono
lulu. An act making nn appropriation to
satisfy tho claim and demand of Her
Mn testy LllKtoknlanl ngalnst the Re
public of Hawaii, In the Territory of
An act to amend Sections D4 and 65
of nn act to reorganize tho Judiciary
Department, npproved the 2Bth dnv of
November, 1892, being Chapter LVH.
of tho Session Lnws of 1892.
At this point, the Sennte took nn
other recess and, on reconvening, tho
following message fro'n tho Governor,
dealing with tho matter of bribery, was
"The Concurrent Resolution of tho
Legislature relating to a cpnversatlon
bdwoen myself and a committee of
tho Senate on tho subject of bribery
tn tho Legislature and asking for an
oxtenslon of this session of tho Leg
islature for a term sufficient tor nn
Investigation of theso charges by tho
Legislature, has been delivered to mo
by n Joint committee.
"In answer I would say that I mado
no ehnige thnt members of tho Legis
lature bad accepted sums of money
In exchango for their otes or prom
Ises of sums of monoy for votes to
"What I did uny was Hint I had In
formation of n character that I could
not rgnore, that bribery of members
wns going on In tho Leglslnturo, nnd
I deem such Information sufllclent
ground for refusing nn extension of
"Several charges of bribery of mem
bers of the Legislature havo been
freely made In the local newspapers
from tlmo to time from an early pe
riod of the session, and a charge of
the existence of a corruption fund for
the defeat of pending legislation was
mado some weeks ago on the floor of
the Senate, yet the Legislature has
shown no disposition to Investigate
"I am thereforo "unable to feel any
encouragement that an extension of
the present session would result In
a bona fldo Investigation of the mat
ter. "The government Is Investigating
these reports and will endeavor to ex
pose and furnish the offenders If legal
evidence can be obtained.
"SANFORD B. DOLE.
"Executive Chamber, April 30th,
The following resolution Introduced
by Mr. White by way of diversion nnd
seconded by Mr. Baldwin for the same
reason wns adopted:
"Resolved, that Senator D. Kanul'.l
Is hereby appointed a commltteo -'f
one to moceed Immediately to Inspect
each and every road In tho City of
Honolulu with Instruction to report
as soon as possible to the Supcrlnten
dent of Public WorkB of tho Territory
At 10:50 oclock, another recess was
taken and, on rcconening, Mr. Achl
attempted to get the following through
the, house but It died a natural death,
both sides dissenting:
Resolved. That the president, vice
president, clerk. Interpreter, sergeant-rit-arms,
messenger, chaplain nnd Jani
tor of this Senato aro hereby elected for
the same places In raso we should bo
railed to meet In special session; nlso
thnt the rules of this Sennte now In
forco shall be the rules to govern said
Tim resolution died because of Its
Mr. Carter then Intioduced the fol
lowing icsolutlon but It wns not adopt
ed, the Independents seeing something
In It which might make It appear that
they had admitted 12 o'clock midnight,
April 30, ns being the ending of the
session of the Legislature:
Wheieas, It Is tho opinion of the Re
publican Senators that this session of
the Legislature expires by limitation
this day and therefore they will con
sider tho adjournment made this day as
slno die; therefore,
Bo It resolved. That the thanks of
the entire Senato be ntid Is hereby ox-
I tended to Senator S. E. Kalun for his
I Justness, the fairness and the ablo
manner In which ho hns acted as Pres
ident of the Sennte nnd,
, He It further resolved by tho Re
publicans as well as all other members
of this Senato that a certified copy ol
this 1 (solution bo given to Senator S.
E. Kalue by tho clerk.
At 11: Ij o'clock, tho .Senate ndjourn-
ed until 10:30 o'clock Wednesday, the
Republicans voting, to adjourn sine die
Wu. G. Iuwi
Ste Meckel? U'
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National Hawk or Ham KRAwrisoo
UN Francisco The Nevdu IuUoi.
Bank of San Francisco.
London Tho Union Bank of Lund.
New YonK American Exchange b
Chicago Merchants Natl' nil Rani.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
i Hebun Dresdner Bank.
I Honhono and Yokouama Honk.n
Shanghai Ranking Corporation.
New Zealand and Auhthaxia Iu
nt Kaw y.Atthind.
ViOToniA akd Vancouver Bank
British North America.
rrusact 1 general Banns ulEicluue Burnt
DepolsU Received. Lisas made on Aj
proved Uecnrlty. OommercUl and Traveler
(Jredlta Isined. Bills of Exciwngu boogl
Vtt.tjiotiohs Porn.T Accocttsd rot
Pioneer Building an
ASSETS. DEC. II, 18, I11I,C7T.
Hone loaned on approved Moult,
ASavlngsBank fcr monthly deposit
Houses built on the monthly lniuii
Twentloth Bert ot Stock U
OFFICERS T. F. Lansing, Pre
dent; B. B. Rose, Vice President; O. I
Gray. Treasurer; A. V. Gear, SecreUrj
DIRECTORS T. F. Lansing, H. 1
Rose, A. V. Gear, A. W. Keech, Hrar
ilmltb. J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, O.
Jray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. OEAR,
Chamber of Commerce roomi.
Office Hours- 12-sn Ijlftn '
Savings Doposlta will !
received and Interest allowed by th:
Bank at four and one-half por oeni
Printed copies of the Rules and Rt
illations may be obtained on appllcatloi
OtUce at bank building on Mtrebi
b ftobama Specie Bdi
Sub.ctlt.lC.rlMI Yen n.onc.ooo
rIJ Up C.Dl'.l Y,tl l.ooo.oar
n.t4iuil4 Yn S,IIU.O,
Mud Olfi, Yokohama.
The Bank buys and receives for col
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Draft.
and Letters of Credit, and transact!
a general banking business,
Oo Find D.poill lor rt nonltl, 4 ..1 ml .. ,
Oal-lJ.6D.po.lt for 1 ran., 1
Branch ol lh. Yokohama Sp.cl. Bank,
New BecoDlic Bailim, m ni& si, Meim
nfttais. Brokers and Jobber
H. P. BALDWIN .'. Presides!
J. B. CASTLE st Vice-President
W. M. ALEXANDER....2nd Vice-President
J. P. COOKE .Treasure
W. O. SMITH Secretary and Audltst-
Sagar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial & Su(ar Ce
Olaa Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Compan '
Klhel Plantation Cc
Hawaiian Sugat Cc
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Tie California and Oriental S. S. Ct.
W. 6. Irwin & 60
Western Sugar Refinery Co., ot BU
Baldwin Locomotive Work!, al
Philadelphia, Penn., V. S. A
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder); New York. U. S. A.
N. Ohlandt ft-Co.'s Chemical Fertile.
Alex. Cross ft Sons, high grade fM
tlllzera for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
AI.SO OFFER FOR SALE
Parafflne Paint Co.'s P. ft B. Pilau
and Papers; Lucol and Llneeei
Oils, raw and boiled.
Indurlno (a cold-water paint), lb
whlto and colon.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, LtM
CASTLE & COOKE
n. Walalu. A jrlcultnal Co., 1 1,
Th. Kob.l. Sugar Co
rn. Walm.a Sur.r Mill C.
Th. Fulton Iron Work., St. toall, aft,
Th. Sl.n4.iJ Oil Co.
Tha Co. F. Blak. St.aai Pua...
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Th N.w Entl.nl u . Iamr.su C, .1
T. .Etna Fir. loa. Co. ol Harll.tr, !t
Th. Alllanc. A.auranc Co of l..4.
LIFK and FIRE
Hew England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
Etna Fire Insurance Cohpant
Hm. G. Irwin & Co
Wm. G. Irwin.. President and Manages
Claua Spreckels ...... Vice Prestdeal
W. M. GIffard ..Second Vice President
H. M. Whitney Jr. .... Treas. and Bee.
Geo. J. Robs Autlto
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OF HAN FTMVnTHnn "T
Ouaa .troai, Hoaolols 11.1
Hawaiian Agricultural CcOMOr, Aaawlau ,
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Co.. Honomu Suf ar Co., Walluba Sural C... M.Vk
Sue ar Co , Hal.akal. Ranch Co., MoTok.l R.a.l -Plant.r'.
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LIST OF OFFICERS
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Robortsou, Manager; E. V. Blalor
Treasurer and Secretary; Col, W
Allen, Audit ir; P. O. Jonon, H. WUr
house. no. R. Carter. Dlrwor
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Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Mad- n.
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REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Subscribers aro furnished with from
Ave. to six lists per week, giving an ae
curuio record ot deeds, mortgages,
leases, releases, powers ot attorn?
etc., etc., which nro placed on record.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 12.00 P.
A. V. GBAR,
luiH Building, HonolBla,
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