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This Is No Lead Pipe Cinch.
I am not out to rob the public
but simply to earn a living In
a legitimate way. My motto
Is "Honest Work at Hon
I Have Mevei
my plumbing business to the
CORNER OF BERETANIA AND
EMMA STSyrelephone, White
357i.where I have In stock the
enameled Iron and steel clad,
with nlckle plated trimmings f
also wood, zinc lined.
Water Closets, Wash Out,
and Syphon, Jet style. K
Sinks of Pressed Steel, both
galvanized and enameled.
Lavatories enameled Irori,
and marble with nlckle Fitted
Wash Trays, enameled Iron
with wood cover.
Slop Sinks, enameled Iron.
Hot Water Boilers and Stands
Water Pipe, Faucets and Trim
mings, Galvanized Iron, Gut
ters, Cornices, Stone Pipe, Tin
Roofing, Etc. I
Jobbing Promptly attended to.
Work and Materials Guaran
Your Trade Is Solf Ited.
JaS. Nott, Jr., Sanitar Plumber.
75 and 79 King Strew
TELEPHONE NO, 81.
WW Is the time- to got leak mi
breakagos seen to, and yaw
Roofs Put in Ode1
By competent worhtwii
SHEET METAL WORKS
H. W. BARTH.
Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ventilator
Conductor Pip and Gutter Work.
Rkh.rJ Strt, ttt. QiMftl and Merchant sonolutu,
Jofeblof Broadly .tt.oa.3 to.
Tel. White 41. P. O. Box 370,
Notice to Properly Owners.
1 have In my employ FOUR FIRST'
CLASS PLUMBERS 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. H. BROWN,
Territory Stables. King St.
Bear and line Daalan.
LOVEJOY & CO.
IMTOBTBHS, AMD WHOIIIIM
Wine and Uiuor Dealers.
Af mi. for lb. Rottlo4 R.luLr Bur of suit..
No. 19 NtrcAKU Street
F.iUr Block. Honolulu, Hawaiian Iiuidi.
SODA WATER CO., Ltd.
Corner Allen and Fort Sis., Honolulu
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. I
No Beer to Burn,
But Beer to Beat the Band
LARGE INVOICE OF
IN DRAUGHT AND BOTTLE
It has'nt come to stay ; it's goinp,
fast, but there's more com
Ing every month.
L H. DEE. Prop.
S. I. Shaw & Co.
SOLE AGENTS TOR
Lemps' St Louis Beer
Lemps' Extra Pale and Tally
The best of All Table beers.
A special beer recommended by physicians
ai an unsnrpissed tonic for Invjlld. BUT
TER THAN .WALT EXTRACTS. We recom
mend this beer to all persons In need of A
OOOD TONIC. All city orders dellverrd fne
if iluree. Family trade our specliltv.
TELEPHONE MAIN 174.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
OFFICES! TELE 'HONES 1
rooms toS-m), Of tict, Main, ijt
Boston Buiidino, kemdckcb,
Fort Stmit. Whits, .S6t.
HOURS-tl A. M. TO !. f.M!
' 1 TO t P. .) TO I V. M.
ir. SUNDAYS If P. M.
P. O. Box 80
DR. W. H. MAYS
381 Bcretonla Street.
7 to Telephone Got
DR. J. T. WAY80N,
445 BERETANIA ST.
OFFICE HOURS Jf ;; .
IQU TFL. M.iln 116
DR. C. A. PETERSON
.'at ra-ocer ed his office at . . .
a6 Emma Street
2- 4 P.M.
T 8 P.M. )
BR WALTER HOFFMANN.
BERETANIA STREKT (opposite the
Telephone 610. P. 0. T)ox, 601.
Office hours: 8 to .'0 a. m.; 1 to 5
. m.;7 to 8 p. m.jSunOays, 8 to 11 a. m
Dr. W. S. Noblitt
KING STREET, NEAR ALAKEA.
to a. m, lo 1 p. m. ; t p. m. to 8 p. d,
0 to 10 a n. anJ t to 8 p. m
At K. Iltil re.tJrnc. from 5 to 6:to .very eolnff.
Dp. F. J. Rayncr,
Crown and Bridge
MO 'RS 9 to ..
204 Boston Block.
DR. ALBBRT E. NICHOLS
itaj Alakei Street, next to Masonic
ffirc Hours 9 to 4
A. C. WALL. D. D. S..
O. E. WALL, D. D. S.,
Love Building, Fort Street
Hours: 9 to 4. Telephone 434.
Dr. W. 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 lg-2 to 4:ip-7 to 8.
We fit filassett
We grind lenses
We repair glasses
FACTORY ON THE PREMISES.
A. N. SANFORD.
BOSTON DIDO . FOKT STttlT
OVEP MAY A CO.
WITH OUT PAIN
Will extract corns
BO CT8 BACH
for the next )o days
PlTfUON J. A. MATTHtWMAN
Petersoi & Mattkewman,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW
P.O. Box 6 ij KAAHUMANU ST
IILEPHONE. MAIN tU
J. M. KANEAKUA,
attorney and Counsellor at
Offlot: In the Occidental Hotel,
Jtvir 0 King and Alakea Streets,
Chinese and Japanese Finns.
Fine English and American Goods
O5 Hotel street, and
cor. Fort and Nuuanu
. O.Bosoti, TEL -WHITE 911
T. KATSUNUMA & Co.
A. K. OZAWA, Manacu,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
Hporary Orlc.l Room j upil.lrl SprKk.lt tollo
La J Its' ikirts cleaneJ, Clutlilng
clcmcd, JyeJ anJ reralreJ.
Suits miJe luo'dcr,
Fit Kujrnteel, Lgttp lc,
Tor Street, ntar Kufaul, end
nr Orfheum Theater.
Mrtcei: CI can In 2 ont mlt. i:
!66q-6(d Dyeing ult $t i j.
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
.be news of the daj.
EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU,
MONEY THAT IS NEEDED
FOR BOARD OF HEALTH
"Territory of Hawaii,
, "Treasurer's Office,
"Honolulu, May 8, 1901.
"The President of the Board of
"Sir: At this period of adjustment
to new financial conditions, showing
tho desirability of strict economy be
ing observed In all tho department of.
Government scrvloo to enable It I)
meet public requirements, I would
respectfully solicit your aid toward
the snmo by a Careful revlslrt ar.d
curtailment, wlicre possible, of t!io
pay toll, incidentals nnu cjtpcnscs or
If by u readjustment of olllco sys
tcm, economy of time and lab ot
your clerical force Is secured, ami t
watchful regal d over Items ot ex
penditure to reduce the Bumo to uctuai
office needs Is maintained, a mntcrlul
saving will be effected, and the tend
ency to Incronslng expenditures
"With this In view, and to mett In
telligently the legislative enquiries
that will arise on this point I shall
be pleased to havo you furnish this
department, at your earliest conve
nience, with the pay roll list and a
detailed estimate of expenditures for
the current period, revised from thnt,S.?5; 2 Stable men at $40, $80; 1
submitted at the opening of the year,
as the necessity of the situation ue
"Trusting this will meet with your
npprovnl and hearty co-operation, I
remain, dear sir,
"Your obedient servant.
"VM. H. WniOHT.
Under the date of May 18. Dr. C.
II. Cooper, President of tho Hoard ot
Health, replies to the foregoing com
munication In detail. In the course
of Introductory remarks the reply
"Tho Hoard has approached tho
work of cutting down Items affecting
a department, as well and as eco
nomically orgnnlzcd as this one now
Is. with considerable 'hesitation. To
ertnnln so Imnortnnt nn Institution
would bo a serious matter. With this ' error of Store, $fi0: 4 Brothers nt
In view the Hoard has attempted to'alln Home at .$20. JS0; 5 Sls'.ers
rc-arrango the estimates to conserve I nt Hlshnp Home nt $20. $100: Em
and In some enses to strengthen theP,0V',', ' to $35 a month, $058. Ka
morn essential Items; In others to , "hi Stntlnn: Keeper. $00: Offleo- fur
cull out nnd cut down those not so Lepers. S40: Sundry Pay Rolls, $1,00);
essential. The Honrd feels that Its Total. $2.C23. ', ,
recommendations herewith submitted Maintenance of Hospital Pay Roll,
will not crlpplo the organization of , $3.R40.
the department In any way but will1 Monthly salaries: Honolulu DIs
give the most effect to tho lenst pensary: Dispenser. $,3; Nurse. C0i
amount of money tho Ronrd can pos-1 N"' Hospital Nurse, $25; Total,
slbly get along with, besides result-1 Vf-0.
Ing In an nppreclnblo step townrds , This hospital remains closed unless
economy In current expenses, sola- occasion arises to open If. Saving
rles and pny rolls, especially." '" Period WOO. per month. $15.
It Is pointed out that, under a reso-' SP'rlntendnt nnd Assistants In
lutlon of May 17. 1901. to double tho " ?r ',m. TrliS;,? t,h. c,m,
charge for excavator service a sav-' . J'"'hl lnli?.sl .Vj'J"
ng of $70,000 will bo made. Add ng
to this amount, viz $ 70,000
Subsidy to Queen's Hospital.. 20.000
Subsidy to Llhuo Hospltnl ..
Subsidy to Consumptive Ward 5,000
Subsidy Kaplolanl Maternity
The Board considers thnt the above
subsidies should be transferred to
some other department, ns the Board
has no control of tho BUbJect-mat-ters.
In concluding preliminary rcmnrks
tho Board desires "to reiterate that
tho estimates submitted In the Gov
ernor's recommendations are not nnv
too ample to enrry on this Importnnt
department, such estimates being
themselves based on very close lines
of economy: that the estimates here
with submitted were based solely on
strict economy being observed In nil
departments of tho government: thnt
tho department will be pushed to get
nn with tho estlmntes herewith sub
mitted and can not possibly get nlong
with anything less, In pay rolls nnd
.,..... v.w.n..n . inn... ,. u..
department Is doing all In Its power,!"' births, deaths nnd marriages of a
particularly In connection with the., "u,"u"' "l """ "KU ",B "" '" ,r
Exenvntor and Garbage Service, to ! P.er 8h.aP. nnd rebound with part of
tumuli iu expenses in view 01 as-.
slstlng the government through, what1
has been asserted, a shortngo of 1
..,, ,. ... .
Tho following revised estimates are
then given, along with running com
ments by way of rensoni for In
creases and decreases ot Items. These
comments are here mostly omitted:
Salary ot Executive Officer... $ 5,400
Monthly sniary S2Z5
Salary ot Secretary 3,000
Monthly salary $150
Salary of City Sanitary Officer 3,600
.Monthly salary $150
Salary of Food Commissioner
nnd Analyst 4,200
Monthly salary $175
A savlng'on the above of $1000 for
Notor Tho Governors estimate of
solorv for tho President of the Board
of Health $7,200 Is also eliminated.
No provision hnvlng been mndo by tho
Legislature creating a salaried posi
tion. Pay of Government Physicians.
Monthly salaries Wnlmea. Kauai.
$60; Koloa, Kauai. $60; Llhuo, Knual,
$60; Kenlla and Hanalcl, Kauai, $75;
Honolulu. 2 City Physicians. $200;
Ewa, Oahu, $40; Watanae. Oahu. $50:
Walalua, Oahu. $40; Koolaupoito and
Kooiauioa, $co; Molokal, $100; La
halnn, Maul, $75; Wnlluku, Maul,
$100; Ktnol. Maul. $00; Makawao,
Maul, $60; Hann. Maul, $90; Kohala,
Hawaii, $50; llamakua. Hawaii, $60;
North Hllo, Hawaii. $60: Hllo and
Olaa, Hawaii, $73; Puna. Hawaii, $75;
Kau, Hawaii. $60; South Kona. Ha-
wall. $60; NOith Kona, Hawaii, $60;
Amount of cuts equal amount ot
raises on tho above.
General expenses pav loll, $34 920.
Pioposcd monthly salaries: Bacte-
rlologlst and Pathologist, $200; Meat
Inspector nnd Veterinary, to furnish
his own stock mnn. $175; Registrar
of Deaths. $125; 3 Sanitary Inspec
tors nt $100, $100; 3 Sanitary Inspec
tors nt $80, $240; Milk Inspector, to
keep Ills own horse, $75; Fish Inspec-
1 pi 111 ',nv, truir.i ,i,
A J J rlil.ullt tliv ,-rt, rt't,
. .tyi'MlMtlllfltll 10 iti-nii.
"Ij n luiwi, ,twi run,-,,, 111,
'?-? ,trl(itjiilurul"n. Hlt-.
" - I 'IV i I IfHItfltll.
NiLl.tVa, r rtvi ,ir fii.l I- r mitt- '! iim.i il timiKtit
I'tVKItrMt Iff II- It.-lM'l .tlM. I III iTril'llr..
iiMfi: T3U C- -' ""' t' f Ka.CI.M.
iiQ- RUPTURE CURliQ
y ii,My';Kvi ' "'.'"" "' " mm "i
T,;,U4tiipvt5rW rltU r uv uliuint. fur llur
H. T.. MONDAY; MAY M, 1M1.
tor, ICO; Assistant Fish .Inspector,
$40; Stenographer, ISO; Morgue At
tendant, (SO; Clerk, Janitor and Mes
senger, 170! Officer for Registered
Women, 40; Total, $1,455.
Saved for the period on General Ex
penses Pay Roll, $1,820.
Non-Leprous children pay roll, $2,
400. Monthly salaries: 3 Sisters nt $20.
$00; 2 Servants at $34, $38; Maid at
$ I, $4; Total, $02. Jr
1'ay of Inspecjr-fltPlumllng. $6
0. r L:..
Monthly nalafletifT tnsh?rtor. $150.'
1 Asslsthnt,"$t00: Total. J250.
""moving Garbage Pay noil, $13
Monthly salaries: 2 Foremen nt $55.
$110; 17 Uubblsh Tenders nt $33.
$r.03j 2 lirv Earth Closet Tenders nt
$40. $80; Total, $785.
Saved on period for removing gar
bage piy roll, $5,400; per month, $223.
Operating Excavators Pay Roll,
Monthly salaries: Superintendent,
$125; 2 Foremen at $03, $130; 1 Fore
man. $55: 7 Drivers nt $45, $315; 3
Scow Tenders nt $35, $105; 1 Scow
Tender at $15, $45; 28 Exenvntor
'Tenders nt $35, $980; 1 Watchman
Yard Man, $35: 1 Ynrd boy. $30: TO'
Increase for period $1,440; Increase
per month. $00.
After n. most careful investigation
of the snlarles, pay rolls, and supply
lists, etc., which go to make up the
expenses of the administration of the
I.eper Service the Hoard Citinot ad
vise that nnv reduction bo made tu
the appropriation for the carrying on
of this most Important work with
the exception of tho Item for fur
nishing pnlal to the Settlement, which
the Board recommend to bo Incursert.
Segregation of Leper Pay Hull.
Monthly salaries- Superintendent
$225: Assistant Superintendent, $100:
Clerk to Assistant Superintendent.
1 SM); Resident Phvslclan. $250: Mall-
":,,. ' iJ7Z V. ,7ZZ
The combining of these two items
will effect n saving ot $75 per month.
'm'cr '" present system tho Asylum
of every twenty-four of personal at
tention from tho phvslclan In charge.
The object of combining the nbovo
Items Is to provide a salary for n
reldent physician of $200 a. month,
who will be nt the same time superin
tendent, which amount togetlfer with
hoard and lodging free would offer a
sufficient consideration to a good
Two Captains nt $50, $100: 1 Fore
man nt $60: 12 Guards At $35, $420:
Guard and Matron nt $35, $70; 4 Nur
ses at $30, $120; 1 Cook for patients.
$23; 1 Cook for Superintendent nnd
Captains. $20: 1 Lnundrymnn. $10:
1 Gardener. $15; 1 Pol mnn, $15; 1
Hnftler. S3: Total, $1,060
per month $221.
General Expenses. $13,000.
Items: Advertisements nnd Print
Ing. $4,000; lncldcntals,$3.000.
Wo recommend an addition of $500
thereto on condition thnt tho records
'inn nililnil nmminr, Ktnlfnnnrv nnrt
--.----- "- -
p!tase: ,:000:. Jfhoratory Supplies,
?.B00; Burial of Paupers nnd Morgue
Increase In tho abovo for period,
This Item originally much larger
.' '" ',2 ""? ,??,
mcndntlon of a former President of
tho Board ot Health on the ground ot
I no longer supplying the Government
Physicians with drugs and medicines:
that tho same were to be furnished
by tho physicians themselves. This
we find to bo Impracticable and wo
therefore raise tho Item to tho amount
appropriated In tho last biennial per
iod for this purpose. Increase $7,000.
Support of Non-Leprous Children ot
Raised on account of asking for nn
appropriation to put up a building for
bovB. Incrcaso $8,000.
Insano Asylum, $34,000.
Items: Bedding, Furniture nnd
Clothing, $1,000; Crockery nnd Uten
sIIb, $1,000; Fuel nnd Lights, $1,000;
Improvements nnd RennlrB, $2,000;
Incidentals, $1,000: Medicines, $2,000;
Beef. Meat and Fresh Fish. $12,000;
Provisions and Groceries, $13,000. To
Segregation, Support and Treat
ment of Lepers, $160,000.
Items: Board and Cartage of Lop
ers. $1,500; Medical examinations,
$1,000: Frelehts and Passage, '$18,.
000; Kallhi Station Expenses, $12 000;'
Baldwin Homo Expenses. $0,000;
Bishop Homo Expenses, $2,000; Lum
ber nnd Building Materials, $6,000;
Incidentals, $3,000; Medicines. $10,
000; Beef and Cattle, $40,000: Pol,
$20,000; Bread $8 000: Rice, $8,000;
Flour nnd other supplies, $12,500; To
Kalnupnpa Store. $15,000,
Mnlntennnen Garbage and Excava
tor Service $20 000.
Items: Repairs to Appliances, 8,
000: Harness nnd Repairs to same,
2.000- Hoe nnd New Appliances, 3,
000; Shoeing Live Slock, $2 500: Hay
nnd Oialn, $12,000; Llvo Stock. $2.
500; Incidentals, $1,000; Total. $26,000.
Increase for period In maintenance
of Garbago nnd Excavator Service.
Running Expenses Onrbago Crema
Completion of Garbago Crematory.
Maintenance of Hospitals, $1,500.
Items: Honolulu Dispensary. $500:
Koloa Hospltnl, $1,000; Subsidy Wnl
mea Hospital, $2,100; Subsidy Llhuo
Hospital, $?,400; Subsidy MalnlnnI
Hospital, $5,000; Subsidy Hllo Hos-
pits!, $3,400; Subsidy Queen's Hos
pital, $20,000; Subsidy to Consump
tive Ward. $3,000; Kaplolanl Mater
nity Home, $4,S00; Subsidy for Steam
ship Service between Honolulu, Mo
lokal and Maul, $5,200.
Amount saved on above subsidies
for period $2,'C00.
New Ward at Insane Asylum, $30,
000,"was condemned by .the Superin
tendent of Public Works, Robert- Ster
ling, In 1878. The strongest reason
and recommendations .tori a new
building at this place hare been ad
vanced by previous committees of this
Board and by tha Territorial Grand
Steamer for Board of Health Ser
vice, $35,000; Running Expenses of
These two Items are recommended
to the consideration of the Legisla
ture on the following grounds:
1st. O.rave InefUclency of the
2nd Orea', expense of the same.
The Board of Health freight and
passage bills amount to about $950
per month whllo the subsidy glven.for
such service brings the amount' to
about $1,160 per month.
3rd. Tba losses through reckless
handling of cattle nnd frclcht.vthe
responsibility for which the present
carriers ansoiutciy reruso to assume,
still further Increases this amount.
4th. The necessity In view of tho
condition of the tug "Elou" of hnvlng
a reliable vesl for towing garbage
out. It will eot approximately about
so a day to hire a bont for this ser
vice. 5th. Common carriers should not
Tho Board through one of Its mem
bers bas hail an estlmato made and
a report submitted as to tho cost of
a imat and running expenses.
New buildings for Non-Leprous
umiiiren or l.eprotiB Parents, $20,000.
Remodelling of buildings at Kallhi
ueceivmg Station. $3,000; Remodel
ling Morgue building and equipments,
$800; Quarantine nnd Fumigation Ex-
pense. $10,000: Honolulu Dispensary
Amount saved by these recommend
ntlons over amounts recommended
nv President of Board of Health Re
Salaries general officers $ 1.000
General Expenses Pay Roll... 1,320
Removing Garbage Pay Roll.. 5,400
Maintenance Hospital Pay Roll 3C0
superintendent and Assistants
Insane Asylum G.304
JInlntenauce of Hospitals 500
Increase In RmnnntR now rpenm.
mended over amounts recommended
in president or Board of Health Re
port: Operating Excavator Pay Roll.$ 1,440
Current Evnenso 3 nnn
support or Kon-I.eprous Chil
Maintenance of Garbage and
Excavator Seivlco A 2,000
Amount recommended by President
Hoard of Health Report. $050,288.
Amount now recommended by Board
of Health. $053,244. Amount of In
crease. $t,95i;. Governor's estimate.
$631,2SS. Amount saved In Garbago
and Excavator Service. $70,000.
Now Items: New Building Insane
Alum. $10,000; New Steamer, $35,
000. nnd Ksnensps iscnnn- v.
Buildings Non-Leprous Children, $20,-
vuui iwmoueiiing ttauni aiauon, 13,.
010: Remodelling Morgue ll'iluiing,
$800; Fumigation and Quarantine,
$10 000; Total, $134,800.
GERMANS IN BRAZIL
New York, May 11. A special to
me nerani jrom Washington says:
Three hundrc thousand Germans
have landed In Brazil, according to a
report received at the State Depart
ment from Consul General Zcguer,
stationed at Rio Janeiro. TIiIb report
Is In nmwer to a letter Bent by tho
Donnrtnif-nr. lagt r.iimmnt- tmntnrr him
to submit a statement regarding for
eign population in Brazil. Ho submits
nn- lono.vins' report showing the num
ber of foielgnors In Brazil:
Italians. 1.300,000: jortuguese, 800,
000; Germans. ZuO.OOO; Spanish, 100.-
inn; poles, s.uuu; i-roncli. 10.000; Eng
lish. 300; North American, 5000; other
nationalities, ton nnn
One of the best of tho foreign set-.
nemenis 01 urazu, air. Zeguer says,
in iiiui hi uie Hermans ai uiumonau.
In the State of Santa Cathartna. In
splto of liberal Inducements, this co
lony received only' 10,000 Immigrants
during the last fifty years. Under tho
monarchy Mr. Eeguor reports, strong
efforts were made by tho National
Government to obtain colonists from
Europe, especially from Germany. It
cannot bo said that these efforts were
conspicuously successful. Tho Ger
man Government prohibited Immlgra
ton to Brazil until 1890, when tho pro
hibition was removed. Besides tho
provlnen of Snntn Catherine thero are
many German snliWto in nin nnni.
do Sul. Mr. Zeguer closes his report
i- baying mar. as a nilo only n small
percentage of the colonists, ono or two
per cent, preserve their original na
tionality. . m
LONDON MARKET 8TIRRBD.
London. Mav 11. A muclni moot
ing of the stock excliango committee
uira noeii, summoned ror Monday morn
ing In tho hope of reaching a solution
Of the difficulty In wMoli nnnnlnn
and brokers who have glvon calls for
nnunern pncinc ror tho end of May
and July find themselves. It develop
ed tndnv tlmr nvni-v altnwi 1,i.n is
hold by theiMorgans nnd Kuhn, Locb
ua, nnu meretoro tho brokom nro
unnblo to secure a slnglo Bharo for
dollvery. Tho situation has n do
nresslnir effort. Owlnc tn i,n .ir.a.
Ing "of tho New York Stock Excliango,
Amerlcnns were absolutely stngnnnt,
uwnltlng developments, J. P. Morgan
will bo In London this afternoon nnd n
conference will bo held. It Is hoped
ho nnd Kuhn, Loeb & Co. will do
Fomethlng to rellovo tho situation. In
tho meanwhile there Is considerable
nnxlety. Though tho closing of tho
mock oxennngo hero was easier, quo
tations mostly showed a mnrked nd
vnnce. Nmtbcrn Pacific common was
quoted nt nn advnncu of 30 1-2 points,
In connection with tho settlement.
Tho use of the Singer In millions nf
homes shows tho unprecedented suc
cess of these Idcnl sewing machines.
It is convincing proof thnt ttio Singer
excels In nil kinds of family sewlne
and nrt needle work. All our sewing
machines are of tho best construction,
beautifully decorated, and arn mounted
on selected woods jlrr finely finished
cabinets of artistic design. B. Ber
gersen. agent, 10 Bethel'street. P. O
Pox 153. '
KMtt, Broken aid jmds"
ALEXANDER & BALDWINS
H. P. BALDWIN Preside
i. B. CASTLE tst Vlce-Presldeat
W. M. ALEXANDER...2nd Vlce-Presldtat
J. P. Cooke Traasur
W. O. SMITH Secretary and Audlttt
Sigar Factors tU
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Ce
Olaa Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co.
Pala Plantation Company.
NahlUu Sugar Compan 1
Kihel Plantation Cc '
Hawaiian Sugat Cr
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Tic Califonlfl tui Orieital S. S. ft.
W.G. Irwin & 60
Western Sugar Refinery Co., of
Baldwin Locomotive Work, tt
Philadelphia, Penn., U. 8. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (Natloaal
Cane Shredder), New York, U. 8. A.
N. Ohlandt ft Co.'a Chemical FwttM.
Alex. Cross & Sons, high grade tm
ttllzera for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering;.
ALSO OFFER FOR BALE
Paraffin e Paint Co.'a P. ft B. Palma
and Papera; Lucol and LtniMl
Oils, raw and boiled.
Indurlno (a cold-water paint), lb
white and colon.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Ltai
CASTLE & COOKB
Jtt Wllu Atrlcoltml C L 4,
Tb Kol Sutir Co
Tba Wtlmtt Siifir Hill Ct.
Tst Fulton Iron Workf, St. loill, m.
Tn Sund,a Oil Co
Tb. Ooo. P. Blika sum Ptiait.
Jtl Now Endiii U Innronco Co, of Km
Tno .em Fin In. Co. nl Haittorl
Tbo Alllonro AtiurinCT Co of tool.
LIFE and JFIRE
Hew England Mutual Life In
surance Co. gf Boston.
.Etna Fire Insurance Compart
tf m. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. Q. Irwin. .President. and Manaaa
Claus Spreckels Vice Presldnl
W. M. Glffard ..Second Vice Pretldnf
H. M. Whitney Jr. .... Treas. and Be.
Geo. J. Rosa Ascllta
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D0IANI0 STEAMSHIP tJOMPA
OF BAH FBArHiTHrto "
BREWER 08., Mb.,
Quota itroil. Hosolits U.I
HwollMAnlailturit Co.ir, Aanlui .
Company. Ookala. Sunt Pl.r.t. Co Oacnw
Co., Hooodu Sur Co., W.lluku Suftr Co., MotM
Su(r Co , H.l.alMlt Rtrch Co.. MoTokol R.o.li
runttr'. Ho. Sin Fr ilico P.clrot tu. It o
(1 Co.'. Lino ol Boaon ptckit.
LIST OF OFFICERS
O. M. Cooke, President; Oeorre
Robortsou. Manager: E. F. Blsbor
Treasurer and Secretary; Col, W, J
Aueu, , Auuit r; r. v. Jones, ji, wt
house. Gun. R Carter. Director.
TliBVon Hamm-YoniiE Go. Lta
QUEBN ST.. - HONOLULU
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Mach re. Bt
F. W. Thrum,
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Rubscrlbern arn rnrnlahorf ,!. mm
live to six lists per week, giving an ac
curate record of dpoita mn.io....
leases, releasee, powers of attornr '
)ic, etc., wnicn are placed on record.
BUUsumt'l'lUN rjMCB, 12.00 Pw
A. V. GEAR,
luM Bulldlnx, HonolalB,
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