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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T.. WEDNESUAV. .It'NE 12. WOT
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 "HONEST WORK AT HON
1 Have Moved
my plumbing business to the
CORNER OF BERET ANIA A&D
EMMA STS. Telephone. White
3571, where I have In stock the
enameled Iron and steel clad,
with nltkle plated trimmings;
also wood, zinc lined.
Water Closets, Wash Out,
and Syphon, jet stylex.
Sinks of Pressed Steel, both
galvanized and enameled.
Lavatories enameled Iron,
and mirble with nlckte plated
Wash Trays, enameled Iron
w'th wood cover.
Slop Sinks, enameled Iron.
Hot Water Boilers and Stands
Water Pipe, Faucets and Trim
m'ngs, Galvanized Iron, Gut
ters, Cornlces.-Stone Pipe, Tin
Jobbing Promptly attended to.
Work and Materials Guaran
teed. Your Trade Is Solicited.
JaS. Nott, Jr., Sanitary .Plumber.
THLKPHONE MO. 31.
MOW Is the time to gel leaks u
breatagos won to, end jaxr
Roofs Put In OnJc
By compatont wmWw '
SHEET METAL WORKS
H. W. BARTH.
Galvan'zed Iron Skylights and Ventilator
Conductor Pip and Gutter Work.
' RlcaerJ Street, tft. Qutcn anl Merchant sonolulu.
Jobe n r promptly tl.nd.4 to.
Tel. White 41 P. O. Box 970.
Notice to Property Owners.
I 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 Stable. King St.
Bw ami Wlna Dealers.
LOVE JO Y & CO.
XMrOBTBBR, AMD WEOLIIALl
Viie ana Honor Dealers.
Steals loi tie Bottled Ralnl.r Bmi of toettle.
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Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. I
No Beer to Burn,
But Beer to Bent the Band
LARGE INVOICE OF
IN DRAUGHT AND BOTTLE
It tias'nf come to stay ; it's goini?
fast, but there's more com-
Ing every month.
L. 11. DEE. Prop.
8. I. Shaw & Co.
SOLE AOENTS FOR
Lemps' St. Louis Beer
Lemps' Extra Pale and Tally
The best of All Table Beers.
A special beer recommended by physicians
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TER THAN MALT EXTRACTS. We recom
mend this beer to all persons in need or A
OOD TONIC. All city orders dell verrd free
II charge, r-amlly trace our specialty,
TELEPHONE MAIN 174.
inrgwns.Plyslclans And Dentists.
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office hours i?,D !!!, I, !!!'
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I11 n-octted his office at . . .
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Telephone 610. P. O. Box, (01.
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t, m.;T to 8 p. m.iSunCayi, 8 to 11 . m.
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10 1. m to 1 p. m. t ' p. m. to 8 p. m,
9 to to a. ea. ani r to 8 p. m
At Ka'lhl residence Iron 1 ti (:io etrty evening,
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HOURS 0 to n-2 to j:io-7 to 8.
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our exctush business. have moJern
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UOSTOK DIDO , FORT STtEET
OVER MAV A CO.
Attorney at Law.
33 A. S., Kins St.,
J. A. Matthewman
Peterson & Matthewman,
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riLEPHOM. Main itt
S KAAHUMANU ST
J. IV1. KANEAKUA.
Counsellor at Law.
OFFICE-Btthel St., near the Post Office.
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Fine English and American Goods
65 Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
P O, nox0i. TEL white 9i
T. KAT8UNUMA & Co.
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GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
Bipor.ry Ofico: Root, v uritetrs Sprockets tollfl
Jf f.l. M4
Ladles' iklrtt cleaned Clothing
cleaned, d)ei anl repaired.
Suits mid to oMer,
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The weekly edition ot the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the nowa o the day.
Kamehameha Day's Racing
Proves Very Great Success
Although yesterday was very warm, I
It wilt bo agreed by all who were at
Knpioiani rurK tnni no more meal ua
(or racing could have been wished (or.
The sun was not out ery strong and
the track was fast, the rain of the day
before not lravlng Interfered to any
The favorites, unfortunately for a
great many, got It In it place that Is
liable to become stilt when n severe
cold is tnken. They were not In It from
start to finish, and those who put their
trust In the favorites dropped money
on all sides. The sncldost part ot it all
wns that, In several cases, the favorites
were so stauchly backed that largo
odds were given. It was a very lucky
for those who were contented with the
field against the big ones.
The races were attended by thou
sands, a larger crowd being present
than for many years past. The Jockey
Club stand had nil It could very well
handle, while every spare picket nlong
the fence of the Inclosurc where It took
money to enter was occupied by a pair
of hands. The fence nlong on the al
klkl and Diamond Head side was also
lined with people, but these paid noth
The Jockey Club's arrangements
were perfect In every detail, and had
It not been for the fact that the offi
cers of the day were extremely slow In
getting the horses out on the track.
the event would have been one of un
qualified success. As It waB, these, long
delays cnused people to becomo 'very
weary. At 12:30 only four races had
been completed, and many who went
out with the expectation of seeing a
string of races run off In quick order
became disgusted and returned home.
The band, stationed In the makal
portion of the grand stand, did a great
deal toward the success of the day's
races. Indeed, had It not been for Cap
tain Derger and his boys, the program
would have become very monotonous
to many more people than It really did.
The band saved the day. The boys
played from 10 until 12:30 o'clock and
then took a recess. Promptly nt 1:30
o'clock tho music began ngaln, and con
tinued at Intervals until tho end of the
Regular nnd special police officers
were out In force, so that the behavior
on the grounds was most exemplary
There was no rowdyism whatever. Kv
cry one seemed bent on having a good
tlmo In tho best sense of the word.
Hall Mile DnRli.
It was not until about 10:30 o'clocV
that the races were started. The list
began with the Union Feed Company
cup, half-mile dash, free for all; purso,
In this the six entries wfl-e ns fol
lows: Gaiety Girl, Molly Connors, Geo.
S. McKenzle, Venus and Amethyst.
Molly Connors was the favorite from
the start. The race was very long In
starting, almost fifteen minutes being
consumed in getting the horses In
proper position for a fair start. Venus
and Vlorls were tne two animals
that showed the greatest desire to get
away. Finally the start was made nnd
Venus and Amethyst were left behlml.
Molly Connors started out in the lead
and kept It, her time being :S1. Slio
wns ridden by Ross, one of tho clev
crest Jockeys nt tho park. Raccry was
a very close second and Vlorls wan
240 Tratttng anil Pacing.
Tho second rnco was the 2:40 class,
trotting and pacing, best two heats in
three; purse, $150. Sweepstake, club
This was one of tho bvct races of the
day. Thcro iwere three starters, as fol
lows: Nettle H, Udna G nnd Artie W.
The second nnmed, owned and driven
by Wllllo Lucas, cut up capers at the
first off. Four different starts wero
made, and each time Edna G was found
to be galloping at the pole. The fifth
time, Nettle II and Artie W were al
lowed to go on by themselves, the
Judges not pnying any uttentton to the
fact that tho third horse was still gal
leptng. Ab Edna G was tho favorite,
this was naturally the source of very
Artie W was ahead In the start and
kept this position to the half-mllo pole.
Then It was that Nettle II began to
show what stuff sho Is made out of,
She closed up the gap steadily to the
three-quarters, and, coming down to
the stretch, the two horses were neck
and neck. Nettle II Anally won by
very narrow margin.
The second heat ot this race was a
repetition of tho first. Edna a havlnis
been distanced, was declared out ot tho
race. The two remaining horsci start
ed out together. At the first eighth
Artie V was slightly In tho lead. At
tho quarter. Nettle II broke and fell be
hind. Artie was ahead at the three
quarters and looked for all tho woild
like the winner. However, the reserve
force of Nettle II was brought Into
play, and sho nnswered most beauti
fully to the coaxing of her driver, Mc
Manus, finally winning ttf heat and
Time, 2:24. .
It was In this race that John Ourtor
kirk registered his protest nt n meeting
of the Jockey Club Monday morning,
Ho objected most seriously to having
been ruled out on account of nls entry
of Sambo. It nppears that when tho
name of his horse wns found to lie
among tho entries In the 2:40 class, the
owners of Nettle H, Edna G and Artlo
W withdrew their horses. A special
race was made and Sambo wns not al
lowed to enter. Mr. Oudcrklrk says ho
entered his horse In j-ood faith and
never withdrew him; ho Bhould, tlioro-
foro, bo entitled to some consideration.
It was between tho flfst nnd second
races thai there wns an unpleasant m
terludo. Jockeys McAullffo and I'lrkctt
had borne words In the saddling pail
dock. Tho latter said something tho
former did not like and there was a
rough-and-tumble fight of a very few
seconds' duration, The two men wero
Amarino Up Again.
third race, flve-furlong
Hawaiian bred, purse $100. showed that
Amarino Is still very much alive, al
though some of the frequenters of the
tun have been wont to lay the Kealla
favorite on the shelf for five succes
sive years. The other entries were
I.ady Amanda and Defender. Gaiety
Girl and Albert II wero both with
drawn and Eileen was entered III the
place of Gaiety Olrl.
Amarino started out ahead and kept
the lead to the finish, winning In a
walk. Defender was second and Lndy
Amanda a close third.
Time, 1:00 3-5.
It was during this event that some
thing happened to Judge Durfee's voice
nnd Judge C. T. Wilder was put in his
place as announcer. The change waa
A good one, Mr. Wlldcr's voice being
heard very distinctly by all In the
California Feed Cup.
At tho beginning of the fourth race
the band played "Hawaii Ponol" nnd
quit for lunch, but the Judges decided
to go on for a little In order to make
up for lost time. This event was the
California Feed Company cup, trot
ting and pacing, Hawaiian bred, free
for all; purse, $150, to be won twice by
same stable, liest two In three. The
entries were Lealil, Edith It and Har
The raco was not a satisfactory one
from the start. Leah! (Diamond Head)
Ir. the very shadow of his namesake
fell down most miserably In the start
off, breaking and dropping so far be
hind as to be out of the race. Harry D
broke early In the heat. Edith R was
out for blood and kept forging ahead,
going like clockwork. Harry II made a
good attempt at catching up, and did
partially succeed, but Edith R had
enough freshness in her to finish a full
It was 12:30 o'clock when the Judges
announced an Intermission of an hour.
At the beginning of this there was an
exhibition of motor bicycles by Ruby
Dexter and his assistant. Immediately
at 1:30 o'clock the second heat of the
fourth race was announced, and Edith
R nnd Harry B took their places. Tho
two got away together, both horse
going nt a fast clip. At the half, Harry
11 forged ahead, and then both horses
broke. Edith R shot ahead again, and,
at tho three-quarters, she was a full
four lengths ahead. Coming down the
stretch, Harry U broke again, snd It
was all up with him. Edith R won
easily by about eight lengths.
Watossn Bnilly Left.
The fifth race was the Walkapu cup,
six-furlong dash, free for all; purse,
$150. Winner of cup to beat Venus'
record of 1:10. The entries were Wn
tossa, Amaranth nnd Garterllne. Wa
tossa was the big favorite and bets
wero free at 2 to 1 on the sorrel geld
ing. Garterllne led off splendidly and
kept Increasing her speed. Then came
Amaranth, while Wntossa kept log
ging behind, much to the chagrin of tho
many who had put their trust In him.
Garterllne won the race, with Ama
ranth n most uncomfortably close sec
ond. Tho defeat of Watossa was Igno
Waldo J's Good Race.
Tho sixth raco was the Ranter cup
trotting and pacing, frco for nil, best
two heats In three; purse, $200, to be
won twice by same stable. The entries
were Waldo J and Walt-a-Ltttle. Vio
lin wns withdrawn.
Waldo J won the first heat by most
evldryt superiority. The start was a
fair one. At tho quarter. Walt-n-Llttle
broke. At the half, the two horses
wero neck-and-neck, but It could bo
seen tlm Qulnn was not letting Waldo
J out. On the stretch, Walt-a-Llttle
broke badly, and Waldo J. finished
three lengths ahead.
In the second heat. Wnlt-a-Llttle was
nhead at tho quarter. It was at this
time that Waldo J was let out, and In
a few seconds he had caught up and
was forging ahead at a great rate. In
a few seconds more Walt-a-Llttlo look
ed like a speck. Waldo J finished
about an eighth of n mllo ahead.
Pacific Mall Cup.
The seventh race, tho Pacific Mall
Steamship Company's cup, onc-mlla
dash, Hawaiian bred, purso $150, was
one of the best of the day. Again
Amarino won out, this tlmo by about
six lengths ahead ot Gaiety Girl. Do.
fender and Albert wero both with
drawn. Time, 1M9V&.
Ktcamplom'h Wan Heatcn.
The 2:21 trotting race was tho
artistic event of the day. There were
three starters Sambo (Rteamplough),
owned by John Oudcrklrk; Los An
geles, owned by M. II. Drummond, and
Wnyboy, belonging to tho J. C. Qulnn
stables, Sambo's mark, 2:10, said to
have been mado while training, placed
him among tho favorites with nine,
tenths of the spectators. Betting with
tho talent, however, waB noticeably tq
the discredit of tho black horse. Drum,
mond's hoise wns not a factor In tho
race cither heat. In the first, Sambo
took tho lead, but nt tho end of Ilia
first quarter went Into tho air, and
Wnyboy won tho rnco before tho half
was reached. Tlmo In tho first heat
2:21U. Tho second heat waa n battle
from tho start between Wnyboy and
Sni.ibo. The black kept tho polo
through tho third quarter, but waa
passed In tho stretch by Wnyboy, who
finished magnificently under Qulnn's
whip In 2: 18V..
Gnrteltnc Took n Fall.
The freo-for-nll dnsh, four nnd a
halt furlongs, furnlshel tho first sen
sation of tho day, Garterllno took a
header 125 yardB from tho wire, rolling
over her Jockey, Oploplo, and almost
throwing Morrell's Faust, and Ross,
rider, who wero coming under the lash
DARTING HE, AD PAINS
rob us of ll 11. tleaiur. ot livlnt tnl miki trtrr trnmant a hldtoui nightmare of
tain. II rou Si'f.r wlch heahch:. hero li tood nswi lor you. Ciitl.r'i Matte Head
ache Waf.ts atop hoaiUch.i from anjr cms. in SO tnlnutaa. The don't simply rell.ra
and half cure, but absolutely rout and banish the pain.
Listen I "IhareuMlror Matte' Headache Wafers foef four tsars and found
them 'matlcaV Indeed In curhf sick headache." Mrs. I. E. Utley, Wlillamston, Mich.
Thlslsoioof r-jry tlioumi unsolicited testimonials constantly received from the
public and physclins.
in 20 Minutes.
Ccntaln ho hcrmful subline) l of sny klnt. Th-y srs positively tielplul t. n.rves and
arsttm. ScM by all druc;i3ts at 10c and 2Sc a box lur times aa many in th. 25c boa.)
Tho genuine are put up In tablet form only. Arold powdsrs put up in cachets (mad.
of t atte) because auch covsrs arp open, spoiling the powder and when damp are wormy.
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POCKET -Ik 'FvN
A BOX. WN N
Max Oessler, Ph. C. M .
Milwaukee, Wis. k aw
at her heels. While Oploplo was brush
ing the dust from his satin suit, the
field, consisting of Vlrgle A. Rncery
and Morrell's Faust passed under tho
wire In the order named. The Judges
announced Vlrgle A the winner. Time,
:5G5i. Later, V. H. Cornwcll and the
rider of Garterllne appeared In tho
Judges' stand, claiming that Vlrgle A
had fouled by cutting off. Tho matter
was heard and the decision changed,
giving the race to Rncery and declar
ing all bets off. The disaster was felt
chiefly by the men who backed Vlrgle
A, neither Garterllne nor Oploplo being
Ron! to Challenge Race.
Following the excitement caused by
Garterllno nccldent came tho fiasco
arising from a misunderstanding In the
onc-mlle dash, free for all. This raco
was for the Rostta Challenge cup nnd
n purse ot $200. with $50 added If
Vlorls' record of 1:43 be beaten. Tho
entries were Rllly McCloskey. owned
by Geo. S. McKenzle; Aggravation.
owned by Tom Holllnger; Amaranth,
from tho Kenlla ranch, and Wellcr,
owned by Prlnco David.
These horses lined up for the start
nnd were off In good shape. By the
time tho bunch had reached the end of
the first quarter, J. J.- Hogan, the
starter, rushed into the Judge's stand
nnd stated that he had not called It n
go. The Judge's gong was then rattled
lustily In a vain attempt to call tho
racers back. Intense excitement pre
vailed at once, and the race wns still
on. The clang of the bell did not
reach the ears of tho Jockeys, or If It
did they did not know what It signified.
Prince David, whose sorrel stallion was
leading Into tho third quarter, rushed
to tho Judge's stand nnd demanded to
know why tho horses were called back.
Men rushed upon tho track and sur
rounded Starter Hogan, who was wildly
protesting that he had not given the
order to "go." Somo rushed In to as
sert that they heard him yell "Go!" at
the top of his voice. Others were sing
ing out that he was all right because
ho had not dropped the white flag. The
boy with tho red flag came In for his
share of the besiegers and was sent
down tho quarter-stretch to signal the
approaching riders not to finish. He
waved the danger signal, but without
effect. Tho bunch came on and under
the wire, led by Weller, In 1:42. Then
tho crowd did go wild. Thero was a
surge up the stairs to the Judge's stand
and a surge down the stairs. There
was a mad gesticulating and a babel ot
voices on the race track. It all died
away In a grumble ot discontent when
tho Judges announced that the race
would be run a second time bets being
The race was finished nfter the other
numbers on the program and resulted
In an easy victory for Weller In 1:45,
with Billy McClosky second.
Tho three-eighths mile dash free-for-all
was marred by a bad start. Molly
Connors, rode by Lenard, camo under
tho wire first In j36 4-5, Venus finish
ing second nnd Abbey third.
Tho three-eighths mile dash by polo
ponles'was a spicy little spurt a.td was
won by Plckanlny In :44, Baby coming
under second nnd Pepper third.
The mulo race, one mlio dash, for a
purse of $50, attracted three entries.
Klckapoo, owned by T. E. Richardson;
Jim, owned by F, R. Vlda, and Alna
nul, owned by James Kona, were oft
together. Klckapoo balked at tho first
quarter and refused to, budge another
Inch. Atnnnul came under tho wire
first. Time not announced.
When the ono rnlle dash, free for nil,
had been run a second time, It was
after 7 o'clock nnd tho crowd. whlclU, at rour and one-b.lf por cent
had had nine hours of racing, mndo n
general rush for waiting hacks nnd
cars to take them to the city.
Tho officers of tho day wero jts fnl
lows: Judges, C. II. Durfeo. C. T. WIN
der nnd W. S. Withers; clerk. T. V.
King; Btartcr, J. J. Hosntt; timer. 1.
Marks, Chris. Willis and C. II. W. Nor
ton; clerk of course, T, P. Cummin
and assistant, David Koll; suddllrit
paddock, Capt. Samuel Johnson; haudl
capper, Robert Ballentlnn.
The officers of the Jockey Club wry)
had charge of tho meet wero: W. H.
Cornwcll, presldentfil Kdgnrd Hal
stead, vlco president; O. P. Wilder,
treasurer; C. L. Crabbo, secretary; C,
J. McCarthy, Frank Halstead and
Prince David Knwannnakoa, directors.
Tho reception commlttco wns mads
up of H. M. Whitney. Jr., Dr. M. B.
Grossman and W ,C. Wlldor, Jr.
V. II. Pnulsen, PAINTING AND PA
PERHANQING. King, cpp. Kawalabao
Church. Tel. White 3112.
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Bitnurt Dresdner Bunk.
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Shanghai Banking Corporation.
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of Now Zealand.
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CoturiTioni Psohttlt acopthw f
Transact a General Bankltii
and Exchango Business,
Commercial and Traveler'!
Letters of Credit issued, aval)
able in all the principal citicr
Interest allowed aftor Jnl
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day notice 2 por cent., (tliit
fonn will not, beat' interest
unless it l'oinnins undis
turbed for ono niontb), f
months 3 por cent., 6 uiontln
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Money losaed on approval eulti
A Savings Bank fcr monthly dapoilt
Housei built on the monthly lasted
Twentieth Bert of Btock li as
opened. OFFICERS T. F. Lansing, Prs
dent: B. B. Ross, Vice President; 0. 1
Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Secratajrj
DIRECTORS T. F. Lansing, B.
Rose, A. V. Gear, A. W. Keech, IXtar
Bmltb, J, L. McLean, J. D. Holt, O. ?
Dray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. OCAK,
Chamber of Commerce rooms.
OfflcA Hours: 12:10 i;tn p. n
SISJSO? 4te GO.
Saving Deposit will b
IYIPAIvaH feVlIll lnrfl-Af.t SrlWArf 1t till
Printed copies of tho Rales and Hot
ulatlons may be obtained on appllcatioi
Office at bank building ou Merclim
Tlju folyitiHmti Specie Bsc
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The Dank buys and receives for col
lection Rills of Exchange, Issues Drafta
and Letters of Credit, and transacts
a general banking business.
Oo Fixes Depoelt for is eaoatae, 4 per eeat a, a
Oa Flail Depesll lor 6 aoatta, iK "
On Fleet Deposit tor l nos. a
Branch ot the Yokohama Specie Bank,
M Eeputiic BuiiUm, in mi si, lioioh..
Mints, Inters ud Jetfien
H. P. BALDWIN Prcsldttl
J. B. CASTLE tst VIce-Presldtot
W. M. ALEXANDER...jnd Vlce-Prtsldaol
J. P. COOKE Treasure
W. O. SMITH Secretary and Audits
Sagar Factors ail
CsMMissiM Ageiti tf
Hawaiian Commercial St Suf.tr Ot
Olaa Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Compart
Klhel Plantation Cc
Hawaiian Sugat Cc
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Tie Ca.tftn.la and frfatol S. 5. tt.
W. G. Irwin & Go
Western Sugar Refinery Co., e Bu
Baldwin Locomotlre Works, asl
Philadelphia, Penn., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (NkUoul
Cane Shredder), New York, U. 8, A.
N. Ohlandt ft Co.'s Chemical FtrtUfc
Alex. Cross & Sons, high grade Fa
tiltzers for Cane and CoSee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE
Parafflne Paint Co.'s P. ft B. Faisal
and Papers; Lucol and Llstee
Oils, raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), St,
white and, colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cenent, Lists
CASTLE & COOKE
Tee Swa PlaBtatl Co.
Tte Walalae Aftlcultrval Co., L 4,
Tae Konala Sneer Ca
no Walcea Surer Mill Co,
The Fulton Iroa worka. Si. teele, BJe,
The Stealers' Oil Co.
The Geo. F, 8'eke Steaat Puaps.
Tht Ha EnrtsnJU elnsnraaceCo.ef &.
Thetoa Fire los Co. ol HattfeH.
The Alllaojca Assurance Cn nflie
LIFE and FIRE
New England Mutual Lifh Ib
surance co. of bobton.
tna Fire Insurance Compakt
iVm. G. Irwin & Oo.
Wn, O. Irwin.. President and MtnajM
Claus Spreckels Vice President.
W. M. Otffard ..Second Vice Presides'
H. M. Whitney Jr. .... Treas. and See,
Geo. J. Ross AnUW
Adams 0 (
HJIANI0 STEAMSHIP 00MPAO
OF BAH FRANCTTRflO. ntr
BREWER ce.. Ii..
Queea str sst. HoaolQta V.l
Hawellea Airlculliirel Coaer, Aaarlsss lee.
Concany, Ookala Sua er Plant. Co.. Oeoaiia Seat.
Co.. Himoau Surer Co , Walluka Surer Co.. .
Surer Co . Heleekela Reach Co., MoTokel Reees
Planter'e Line Sen Fr jatco Peeks! See. li -
lo.e Liae ot eosion rauete
LIST OF OFFICERS
O. M. Cooke, President; Georre
Robertsou, Manager; E. F. Buhcir
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. 1
Allen, Audit)!-; P. O. Jones, H. Wtlrt
honao. Geo. R. Carter. Directors,
QUEEN ST., - HONOLULl)
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balols: Insurance Co,
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Marh n. Ptr
F. W. Thrum,
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Subscribers are furnished with froit
five to six lists per week, giving an eve
curate record of deeds, mortgage,
leases, releases, powers of attornf
etc., etc., which are placed on record.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 12.00 FaTk
A. V. GBAR,
?uvi Building, Honolsm.