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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, 1L T., WEDNESDAY. JUNE 6. 1901.
This Is No Lead Pipe Cinch.
1 am not out to rob the public
but simply to earn a living In
a legitimate way. My motto
Is "HONfcST WORK AT HON'
I Have Moved
my plumbing business to the
CORNER OF BERETANIA AND
EMMASTS. Telephone, White
3571, where I have In stock the
following goods :
enameled Iron and steel clad,
with nltkle plated trimmings;
all) wood, zinc lined.
Water Closets, Wash Out,
and Syphon, Jet style.
Sinks of Pressed Steel, both
galvanized and enameled.
Lavatories enameted Iron,
and mirble with nlckle plated
Wash Trays, enameled Iron
vtWh 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
Jobbing Promptly attended to.
Work and Materials Guaran
teed. Your Trade Is Solicited.
JaS. Nott, Jr., Samtar Plumber.
76 and 79 King Streai
TELEPHONE NO. 81.
SOW is the time to get loaka s
breakages seen to, and j
Roofs Put In Orde
Bt competent workitw
SHEET METAL WORKS
H. V. BARTH.
Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ventilator
Conductor Pipe and Gutter Work.
Richard Strtct, bet. Qun and Mcrchint sono1ulu.
Joob 1 1 proaptly nttandad to.
Tel. White 41 P. O. Box 270.
Notice to Property Owners.
I have In my employ FOUR FIRST
CLASS PLUMBERS from the Coast. 1 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.
Bter and Una Dealers.
IktrOBTSBS, AMD WBOLIIU1
Whig ana Lipr Dealers,
Af M. lor lb. Bottltd Ralnlar BMr of ttattla.
Mo. 19 NoCAPTO fcrrnarr
lm Block. Honolulu, Hawaiian Iiusds.
P. O. B01 nt. Mutu.l Ttltphoat yS-
SODA WATER CO., Ltd.
Corner Allen and Fort Sts., Honolulu
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. 1
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 going
fast, but there's more corn-
ing every month.
L. li. DEE. Prop.
S. I. Shaw & Co.
SOLE AGENTS FCr ,
Lemps' St. Louis Beer
Lemps' Extra Pale and Tally
The best of All Table Beers,
A'speclal beer recommended by physicians
as an unsurpassed tonic for Invalids. BUT-
TER THAN MALT EXTRACTS. We recom
mend this beer to all persons In need of A
uOOD TONIC. All city orders dell verrd free
f iharee. family traje our specially,
TELEPHONE MAIN 174.
Surgeons, Plyslclans md Dentists.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
Ofeice, Main, j8j.
HOURS n A. M. TO i. P.n I
tTO J P. M i TO I P. M.
P.O Box Sot.
SUNDAYS 1-t P
DR. W. H. MAYS
381 Deretanla 8treet,
HOURS-io to 3
DR. J. T. WAY80N,
445 BERETANIA ST.
OFFICE HOURS .Z'W,.,
t o: 30 p.m. to 7'. 3op.
1011 TEL. Main 346
DR. C. A. PETERSON
laa rs-opsred his office at . . .
36 Emma Street
f 91 1A.M.)
J- 4 P.M. f
1 7- P.M. J
OR WALTER HOFFMANN.
BERETANIA STREET (opposite the
Telephone 610. P. O. Tlox, 601.
Offlco hours: 8 to .'0 a. m.; 1 to t
. in. j 7 to 8 p. m.; Sundays, 8 to 11 a. m.
Dr. W. S. Noblitt
KING STREUT, NEAR ALAKLA.
to ft. tn. to i p. m. ; t p, m to 8 p. m,
9 to to a. n. anJ 7 to 8 p. m
At Kallht rcslJnct from j to 6 o every evening.
Dr. P. J. Rayner,
Crown and Bridge
HO RS Q to ..
204 Boston Block.
DR. ALBERT E. NICHOLS
1 123 Alakei Street, next to Masonic
Office Hours 9 to 4,
K, 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.CA.
HOURS 0 to t2-2 to 4:e-7 to 8.
The making ani fitting of tpecttcles t
our ticluth c business. We have modern
scientific apparatus ani know ho to u
It. We tike all necttsar) carewthout
piling the price way up-tian' the way
we make a u cess of It I i t I ; l
A. N. SANFORD,
bostoi bi.ua ,
J. A. Matthewman
Peterson & Matthewman,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW
?. O. Box 16 j
I'liiPHom, Maim i6
is KAAHUMANU ST
J. M. KANEAKUA,
Counsellor at Law.
OFFICE-Btthel St., near the Post Office,
Chinese and Japanese Finns.
Fine English and American Goods
O5 Hotel street, and
cor. Fort and Nuuanu
O Boxoti. TEL whitb 911
T. KAT8UNUMA & Co.
A. t. OZAWA, Mu.tw.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
reporcry OBc: Uoom f upstairs 3prKkU bill.
Ladles' iktrtscleineJ. Ctuthlnc
cleanei, JyeJ an4 repaired.
Sulfa mid tao'der.
F t guaranteed. Loetp Ice.
For' Afreet, near Kukul, and
near Orpheum Theater.
frlcei Cltenlne one suit, tjc;
itfcQ-tm Dvelng suit $1 n
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fresh Invoices of .HuYLERS
CHOCOLATES per the
THE FLAG UNTIL
Congress Enacts Law
Washington, May 27. The United
States Supremo Court today handed
down opinions covering all of the Issues
on the now Insular possessions which
have been In controversy. Although
scleral of the decisions upheld the con
tcstants on certain Issues raised, yet In
the most Important decision, that of
Downes against Hldwell, Justice Brown
announced the sweeping decision of the
court upholding the general nttltude
and policy of the Cloernment up to the
present time. The effect of this do
clslon Is to con Arm the constitutionali
ty of the Kornker act and to give Con
gress power to deal nlth a newly-ac
quired territory In such manner ns the
legislative branch may consider suit-
nble for the new territory. The de
clslon also has the effect of declaring
that the new Insular possessions do not
by virtue of the treaty of cession ac
quire all the privileges and rights or
the Constitution. In the Downes case
the court decided In an opinion by Jus
tice Brown that while Porto Rico Is a
Territory of the United States. It Is uot
such for tariff purposes, nnd that the
Forakcr act Is constitutional. The
Judgment of the Circuit Court was af
firmed. A dissenting opinion was
handed down by Justice 'White, tn
which Justices Slilras and McKenna
The main opinion was handed down
In the De Lima case. Justice Drown,
who announced the court's decision on
points of Jurisdiction, held that the
court had Jurisdiction.
Tho De Lima case Involved the Im
portation of products Into tho Untted
States from Porto Rico after thf ratifi
cation of the treaty of Paris nnd beforn
the passage of the Porto Tttcan net. De
Lima & Company, doing business In
New York, Imported from San Juan,
Porto nico, during the months of Juno
nnd July, 1S90, ccrtnln r.ugars, the prod
uct of Porto Ttlco. Upon these sugars
the Collector nt New York demanded
nnd collected about $1".C00 as customs
duties. De Lima & Company sued Did-
well, the Collector, ns Individual, In
the Supreme Court of the State of New
York, to recover the duties thus paid,
amounting to $1.1.145, alleging that
they were unlawfully demanded, In vio
lation of the Constitution, nnd collected
by duress, tho Collector exacting tho
payment of the duties is a condition to
the delivery of the sugars. On tho pe
tition of the Collector the suit v:ns re
moved to the Circuit Court of tho Unit
ed States for tho Southern District of
New York, which sustained a demurrer
to tho complaint, both on tho ground
that no cause for action was stated and
that tho court had no jurisdiction.
From the Judgment dismissing tha
claim De Lima & Company prosecuted
error from this court.
the courtrs opinion.
Justice Drown said that whether tho
sugars Imported from or Into Porto
Rico were dutiable depends upon
whether Porto Rico Is a foreign coun
try. He held that the right to acquire,
territory Involves the right to govern
and control It by congress, but ho said
that n country could not be both for
elgn and domestlo.
Tho opinion was opposed to the con
tention of tho Government. Ho con
cluded thnt nt tho tlmo the duties wero
collected Porto Rico was not n foreign
country, but n Territory of the United
States. In the course of his reasoning
on tho manner of the acquisition of
Porto Rico, Justice Drown held that
Congress has authority to control such
' "Indeed," ho said. "It Is scarcely too
much to say that there has not been a
session of Congress slnco tho Territory
of Louisiana was purchased that thnt
body has not enacted legislation based
upon the assumed authority to govern
and control tho Territory. It Is an au
thority which arises, not necessarily
from the Territorial clauso of tho Con
stitution, but from tho necessities of
the case and from the Inability of the
States to act upon the subject. Under
this power Congress may see with the
eye acquired by tho treaty; may admin
tster Its government as It does that of
the District of Columbia; It may organ
ize n local Territorial Government: It
mny admit It as a State upon equality
with other States; It may Bell Its public
ownlngs to Individual citizens or may
donate them as homesteads to actual
settlers. In short, when once acquired
by treaty It belongs to tho United
States and Is subject to tho disposition
"Territory thus acquired can remain
a foreign country under the tariff laws
only upon one of two theories. Either
that tho word 'foreign' applies to Buch
countries as were foreign at tho tlmo
the Btatute was enacted, notwithstand
ing any subsequent changes In
condition, or that they remain foreign
under the tariff lawB until Congress has
formally embraced them within the
customs union of tho Slates. The II rat
theory Is obviously untenable.
"While a Btatute Is preunmo.l to
speak from tho tlmo of Its enactment,
It embraces all such persons or things
as subsequently fall within Its scope
and ccasea to apply to such as there-,
after fall without Its ncope.
"The theory that a country remains
foreign with respect to tho tariff laws
until Congress has ac'ed by embracing
It within tho customs union prcsup.
poses that a country may bo domestic
for ono purpose and foreign for nn-
other. It mny undoubtedly heroine
necessary for tho adequate admlnlstra.
tlon of a domestic terrltcjry to pass n
special act providing tho proper ma -
chlnery and offlccis, as tho President
would have no authority except undrr
tlio ar power to administer It hlmsrlf ;
hut no net Is necessary to make It do
mestic territory, It oncu it has been
ceded to tho UnltPd States. Wo ex
press no opinion as to whether Con
cress Is bound to appropriate the
money to pay for It. This theory also ,
presupposes that territory mny bo beld
indefinitely by tho United States; that,
It may be treated In every particular
except for tariff purposes as domestic
territory; that law-B may be enacted
and enforced by ofllcers of the United
States sent there for that purpose."
Justice Drown concluded as follows:
"If an act of Congress be necessary
to convert a foreign country Into do
mestic territory, tho question nt onco
suggests the question, What Is tho
character of the legislation demanded
for this purpose? Will an net appro
priating money for Its purchase be suf
ficient? Apparently not. Will an act
appropriating the duties collected upon
Imports to and from such country for
trio benefit of Its go eminent bo stifu
clent? Apparently not. Will acts raak
Ing appropriations for Its postal ser
vice for the establishment of light
houses, for tho maintenance of quaran
tine stations for erecting public build'
Ings, have that effect? Will nn act es
tnbllshlng a complete local govern
ment, but with tho reservation of fl
right to collect duties upon commerce.
bo adequate for that purpose? None
of these nor all together will be suffi
cient, If tho contention of tho Go em
inent be sound, slnco an act embracing
all of these conditions have been passed
tn connection with Porto Hlco and It Is
Insisted that It Is still a foreign coun
try within the meaning of tho tariff
laws. Wo nrc unablo to acquiesce In
this assumption that a Territory may
be at tho same time both foreign and
"We ore therefore of the opinion that
at tho tlmo these duties wero levied
Porto Rico was not n foreign country
within the meaning of the tariff laws.
but n Territory of the United States;
that the duties were Illegally exacted
and that the plaintiffs nrc entitled to
recover them back."
"The Judgment of the Circuit Court
for the Southern District of Now York
Is therefore roerscd end tho case re
mannded to that court for further pro
ceedings tn consonance with this opin
Justices Gmy nnd McKcnna dls,
In the cases of Goetzo versus the
United States and Cinssman versus the
United States, brought here from the
Circuit Court for tho Southern District
of New York to test. In the Ooctze enso
the validity of the levy of duty on Im
portatlon of tobacco ftom Porto Rico
Into the United States after tha ratifi
cation of tho treaty nnd before the
passage of the Porto Rlcan act, and In
the Crossman duty on liquor Imported
Into Hawaii after annexation, but be
fore the taking effect of the act pro-
Tiding a Government for Hawaii, the
court reversed tho Judgments below for
the reasons cited in the Do Lima case
holding tho levys of duties was uncon
stitutional. Justice Drown also announced th
opinion of the court In the case of
Dooley versus tho United States Involv
ing the vnlldlty of a duty levied on
goods Imported Into Porto Rico from
tho United States between the date of
military occupation and tho taking ef
fect of the Porto Rico tariff act. Tho
court held that there could be no doubt
of tho validity of tho duties levied by
virtue of General Miles order prior to
tho ratification of tho treaty of peace.
It placed this right on tho ground of
military necessity. With reference to
duties levied after ratification of the
peace treaty, tho court said n different
rule applied, and It held these duties
Justices Gray, Shlras, "McKennn nnd
Whlto dissented, tho latter delivering
As to the Military
One of the most Interesting reports
Introduced In the Senate yesterday aft
ernoon was the following, by Mr. Car
ter, representing the minority of the
Military Committee and dealing with
the militia of the Territory:
Tho minority member of the Military
Committee, to which were referred cer
tain Items under tho Appropriation
bill, begs lea to report as follows;
To abolish tho military entirely
seems hardly wise, for circumstances
may arlso which would make them ln
valuable. Dut, undoubtedly, consider
ablo economy could be effected.
I recommend, therefore, the striking
out of the first two Items, Nos. 331 and
3'2, thereby making a saving of $2,400.
Chief musician .. (720 00
Is $30.00 a month paid for the Instruc
tion of tho Drum Corps, which Is a
good tiling, and I recommend It pass as
In the bill.
Tho next threo ltcms
Item 354. Armorer $1,CS0 00
ItemS55. Servant - C00 00
Item KG. Janitor 1.080 00
can bo combined. Therefwe, I recom
mend striking out thoso threo Items
nnd Inseitlng the following
Item 254. At mnrer nnd Janitors, $3000
thus offectlrg a saving of at least $300,
Tim Item of servant Is very nenily that
of Janitor, for nt times It Is necessary
to employ assistance to take out and
clean up tho various properties In th
' Items 357 nnd 358
Cleiks nt .. ..' $1,800 00 each
1 I recommend that theso bo combined
under ono Item of
Clerks WOO0 00
thereby cffcetlnp; n savins of $000,00.
Under Current Expenses:
Btatloneiy and printing .... $1,000 00
I recommend cutting this In half and.
ninklng It JJ0O.O0.
Furniture, etc H30 00
I recommend this to bo cut to $250.
Ladles'who use them will not have hsidi:heJ or bs nervous from any
cause but will radiate gentleness and chirm to all around them. Geuler s
Magic Headache Wafers, cure In ao minutes.
POCKET A BOX.
Contain no harmful substances of any kind. They are positively
helpful to nerves and system. Sold by ail druggists ai iuc
and 25c a box ( four times a3 many In the 25c box.) The
itenulne are put up In tablet form only. Avoid powders put
up In cachets (made of paste) because such covers warp open,
spoiling the powder and when damp are wormy. Cessler s Magic
Headache Wafers are guaranteed to cure In 20 minutes or re
turn partly used box to druggist and he will refund full amount.
MAX GESSLER, Ph. C, flllwaukee, Wis.
Transportation $500 00
I recommend this bo cut down to
Items 650 and 537
Uniforms for enlisted men and
officers (S.7S0 00
I recommend the striking out of ths
Ofllcers' uniforms, allowing them to bo
paid for by the officers themselves,
thus effecting n Bavlng of 11,750.00. I,
therefore, recommend the following
Uniforms, enlisted men .... $7,000 00
Incidentals $2,500 00
I recommend this Item be reduced to
' Item 659
Company and rcglmentnl al
lowances 12 companies
at' $50 a month, $14,400; 1
reglmentat $100 a month,
$2,400 $10,800 00
I recommend thnt the regiment al
lowance be reduced to $75 per month
a saving of $000 nnd that the allow
ance for companies bo left ns In the
Thero nro at present 9 companies,
and It Is proposed to establish one on
Knual, another on Hawaii, and one at
Ordnance supplies $5,500 00
I recommend this bo reduced to $3,-
With these ery material reductions
In nlmast every Item, a great salng
can bo effected. In conformity with the
other departments. The fact that thero
are, a few United States troops quar
tered here Is no excuse for abolishing
our Territorial mllltln. In case of trou
ble, tho Governor mny call upon the
United States troops here, but It Is left
for tho commandant hero to respond or
not, ns he pleaBes, and ho might deem
It necessary to wait until ho heard
The mllltln has n wholesome effect
upon tho young men of this Territory-
tenches them discipline and makes
largely towards civic prldo and patriot-
Ism, the value of which cannot bt
measured In dollars and cents.
A great deal Is now Lelng said about
the depleted condition of our Treasury.
Members of tho Senate must not forget
that this Is only a temporary difficulty;
that tho actual revenue will bo In tha
neighborhood of $2,000,000 and the
Appropriation bill (even allowing for
the continuance of tho mllltln In full)
will not exceed tho revenue to any
G. It. CARTER,
Chairman Military Committee.
June 4th, 1901.
PRESIDENT IS PLEASED
Sydney, Neb., May 27. Tho Presi
dent nnd Cabinet received offlclal In
formation hero that the Supreme Court
had decided the Insular cases tn accord
ance with the contentions of the Gov
ernment, Naturally tha President and
Cabinet ofllcers wero elated, although
they havo never daunted that tho de
cision woulii bo in favor of the Govern
ment. The members of the Cabinet
aboard the train declined to express
their opinions for publication In ad
vance of a perusal of the text of the
Governor Nash III.
Columbus, Ohio, May 27. Governor
Nash's physician nilmltted today that
ho was suffering from the rupture nt a
blood vessel In the spine. This Is the
accident which the Governor sustained
In the high altitudes whllo returning
from San Francisco. Tho physician
claims that, with absoluto rest, the rup
ture may heal. Tho Injury has affected
the lower limbs, and explains tho fact
tli nt tho Gcnernor had to bo supported
Palo Alio, California
Has the most Ideal school environ
ment in all America n unhersity
city the most superb climate In the
world and e ery social ami physical
advantage. The equipment of the
school itself is thoroughly modern.
Prepares more students for Lelancl
Stanford thnn any other boy's
&cHool ou the Pacific coast.
v WHITB roH 1 ItOIII KCTIS TO
FRANK ORAMCR. A.M., Principal
a mlssry maker and all
ths miserable band of com
panion headache fiends are
put to sad rout by
San rraneUeo AgenttTnu Nrvaj
.National BAmk of San Fbakoiboo
Sam Frakcisoo The Nevada Nation
Bank of San Francisco.
Iuondoh The Union Bank of Londo
New York American Exchange h
Chicago Merchants National Bank
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Bkrlik Dresdner Bank,
UoKKona amd Yokohama Honk.n
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
Sew Zealand ahd Aurkaua Bai
if New Zealand.
iotobia and Vamoodtkb Bank
British North America.
rtuact 1 eeunl BuUu ulEiOmeBuiJ
DepoUU Received, Loans made on Ap
roved Becnrlty. flommerclsl and TraTSlari
redlti IunM. BUli of Kxehsnce bouat
Uouiotioes Prohptlt Aoooumtid
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler!
Letters of Credit issued, avail
able in all the principal citiei
of the world.
Interest allowed after Jnh
1, 1898, on fixed deposits 'i
day notice 2 per cent,, (tliit
fonn will not bear interest
unless itA remains undis
turbed 'for' ono month), 8
months 3 per cent, 6 inonthe
3 per cent., 12 months 4
Pioneer Building an
ABSETS, DEC. tl, Mil, IllI.tTT.S
kfone loaned on spproTcd SMsrltn
A Savings Bank tor monthly dsposlb
Houses built on the monthly install
Twentieth Bert , ot Stock Is Bf
OFFICERS T. F. Lansing, Prsw
dent; S. B. Rose, Vice Preeiaeni; 0. 11
Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Bscrstan
DIRECTORS T. F. Lansing, .
Rose. A. V. Gear, A. W. Keech, Iltwn
r.noltb. J. L. McLean, J, D. Holt, C.
Jray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. QIA,
Chamber ot Commercs rooms.
Offlr- Hours: 12:lft1:0 p. m.
Savings Deposits will b
received and Interest allowed by thl
Bank at four and one-half per oanl
Printed copies of ths Role and R
ulatlons may be obtained on applicatlni
Olllce at bank building on Merchai
BISHOP & no
TjJB Yokohama pecia Bid
Rtftrved Iun4 .
,..,.,,,..Ytn t4 ooc.wjo
The Bank buya and receives tor col
lection Bills ot Exchange, Issues Draft
and Letters ot Credit, and transact
a general banking business.
IN rEP EST ALLOWED
Oa Flita Dtoooll for it nooibt. 4 tor oool ,
On Flu! Dopoilt (or 6 aoalbl, jjt "
Oa FI10& Dopoilt lor 1 not ,
Branch ol tho Yokohama Speclo Bank,
Hew Republic Bnlltiu, ill llti St., Boitfe,
AiADts, Broken tid JoWir
ALEXANDER & BALDWINS
H. P. BALDWIN .1 PresldMt
J. B. CASTLE 1st Vlce-Presldsat
W. M. ALEXANDER....and Vlce-Presldsat
J. P. COOKE Treasurr
W. O. SMITH Secretary and Audltet
Sngar Factors aid
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar C
Olaa Suear Co.
Haiku Sugar Co.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Compan
Klhel Plantation Cc
Hawaiian Sugar Cc
Kahulul Railroad Company,
Tie California ami 9rieital S. S. tt.
W. 6. Irwin & 60
Western Sugar Refinery Co., ( Ml
Baldwin Locomdtlre r Works, f
Philadelphia, Penn., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), New York. U. B. A.
N. Ohlandt a Co.'i Chemical rwtUV
Alex. Cross & Bona, high grada Vw
tlllzera for Cane and Coffee,
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE
Parafflno Paint Co.'i P. a B. Palaa
and Papers; Lucol and LlnssM
Oils, raw and boiled.
Indurlno (a cold-water paint). tfe
white and colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Uum
CASTLE k COOKE
t tIMITIO.- .
n twt PUoUtl'a Co.
Tb. W.l.lo. Atrlroimtl C. L I,
TS Kobala Sur C
Tt. Wtlau Siiih Mill C.
Tb. Fulton Iron Works, St. t.tlt. SU.
Ta.SUal.ro' Oil Co.
Tto Ooo. F. Bliko Stow Psat.
TIM Ntw Enrli.4 LI 0 btorowo Co,
Tko Jfau Flra loo Co. ol HtrtfMi, M
Tho AIII.DC. AMur.Bco Co of tooioo
LIFE and FIRE
new england mutual llfb in
surance co. cf boston.
-Etna Fire Insurance Compart
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. Q. Irwin.. President and Ilanagoji
Claus Spreckels Vice Presides!,
W. M. Glffard ..Second Vice Presldsat
H. M. Whitney Jr. .... Treas. and .
Geo. J. Ross .... Aitikas
OOIANIO 8TIAM8HIP COMPAQ
0 SAW FBAWnTBPO. "T
Quota ttrett.Hoaoliili B.I
Hawaiian Aorlculfural Coaaov. Aaatlaaa Boot
Company. Ookala Surar Plant. Co . Oooaoa, Sim
Co., rlonomu Suiar Co., Walluku Satl Co , Maw,
autar t.o , naiaanaia kosco 1-0.. moiosai itaato -Plantar'!
Lino San Ft iltco Pacini Sat. Br wi
k Ca.'t Lino ol Boston Packttt
LIST OF OFFICERS
O. M. Cooke, President) Oeorrs
Robertsou. Manager 1 E. F. Blahor
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W, I
Alien, Aucmir; r v. Jonet, n. wi
honse. Geo. B. Carter. Plrentom.
Mod Ham-IoiE Colt.
QUEBN ST., HONOLULU
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Hnlon Gas Engine Co.
omestlc Sewing Macb nt. Bti
F. W. Thrum,
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etc., etc., which are placed on record.
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A. V. GEAR,
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