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' EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T WEDNESDAY. JUNE 19, 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 "HONEST WORK AT HON
I Have Moved
my plumbing business to the
CORNER OF BERET ANIA AMD
EMMA STS. Telephone, White
3571, where I have In stock the
following goods :
enameled Iron and steel clad,
with nlckle plated trimmings;
alj) wood, zinc lined.
Water Closets, Wash Out,
and Syphon, Jet style'.
Sinks of Pressed Steel, both
galvanized and enameled.
Lavatories enameled Iron,
and marble with nlckle 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, Cornices, Stone Pipe, Tin
Jobbing Promptly attended to.
Work and Materials Guaran
teed. Your Trade Is Solicited.
JlS. Nott, Jr., Sanitar Plumber.
TELEPHONE NO 3)
VOW Is the time to get leftkr
broakages wen to, end yoo
Roofs Put In Or tic-
By comptint wntt .
SHEET METAL WORKS
H. W. BARTH.
Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ventilator
Conductor Pips and Gutter Work.
Richard Strc.t, fret, Quten ana Merchant Nmolutu.
Jebb ) BfOBDtly attaod.4 to.
Tel. White 41 P. O. Box 270,
Notice to Property Owners.
I have In my employ FOUR FIRST
CLASS PLUMBERS from the Coast. I am
ow 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 line Dealers.
iMVOITaai, AND Wholiiui
ffii ana Lipr Dealers,
Afeata (01 it. Bottle4 Rainier B.M of SMttU.
No. IB NtJUANtJ STBKBT
Pmih Stock. Honolulu, Hawaiuh Iiusdi.
P. O. B01 ht. Mutual T.l.pboo. 108.
SODA WATER CO., Ltd.
Corner Allen and Fort Sis., Honolulu-
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
32? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. I
So Beer to Burn,
Sut 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.
8. I. Shaw & Co.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Lemps' St. Louis Beer
Lemps' Extra Pale and Tally
The best of All Table Beers.
A special beer recommended by physicians
is an unsurpassed tonic for Invalids. BET
TER THAN MALT EXTRACTS. We recom
mend this beer to all persons In need of A
mIOOD TONIC All city ordrsdellverrd free
Uharee. Family trade our specialty.
IfcLfcl'HUNfc MAIN IT.
Snrgsons, Physicians and Dentists.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
OFFICES! 'TELE HONES
Rooms 109-109, ofeicc. Main, j8j.
Boston Buiidim) Rsideic,
Fort street. Wmitb, .sit.
HOURS ti A, m, to 1. r.M.I
itu j p. m.; iioir. m.
P.O. Box Sol.
SUND4VS tl-l P. .
DR. W. H. MAYS
381 Beretanta Street.
7 to 8 Telephone foa
DR. J. T. WAY80N,
445 BERETANIA ST. '
OFFICE HOURS ixra lZ'
(0:30 p.m. to 7:30p.m.
toy TEL. Main 346
DR. C. A. PETERSON
1 rt-OMt ed his office at . . .
36 Emma Street
4 P.M. f
7- P.M. J
OR WALTER HOFFMANN.
BERETANIA STREET (opposite the
Telephone 610. P. O. Box, 601. ,
Offlco hours: 8 to JO a. m.; 1 to I
m.;T to 8 p. m.iSunCsya, 8 to 11 , m.
Drs. Mori and Kobayashi
OFFICE, ALAKEA STRCBT,
Next to Pacific Club.
S. K0B4YASHI, .!. IOA MORI, M.D.
8 to 10 a.m. to to 11 a.m.
5 lo 6 p. m, (except SurJay) Ttofp m.
Dr. W. S. Noblil
KINO STREET, NEAR ALAKEA".
to a. m to t p. m. t t p. ra, to 8 p. n.
9 to 10 a. n. anJ 7 to 8 p. m
At Kallhl rt.lJcnc. from s to 6: to every evening,
Dp. F. J. Rayner,
Crown and Bridge
HO"RS 0 TO 4.
3Q4 Bottton Block.
OR. ALBBRT E. NICHOLS
1123 Alakea Street, next to Masonic
Office Hours 9 to 4
, C. WALL, D. D. S.,
O. E. WALL. D. D. S.,
Lore Building, Fort Street
Hours: 9 to 4. Telephone 43L
Dr. W. G. Rogers
EVE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
New Special Treatment for Deafness
No charge for consultations.
OFFICE-184 Hotel St., opp. Y.M.CA.
HOURS q to 12-2 to 40-7 to 8.
Tnt nuking ni fitting of spcctictes
our txclushc builncst. W havt moicm
cknllfic apparatus anJ know how to ut
It. Wa takt all ncct ssary care w thout
pl'lng tht prlca way up that' the way
t make a m.cti of It ' t t ; I
A. N. 8ANP0RD,
BOSTON BLDO ,
OVEP MAY A CO.
Attorney at Law.
jj A. S King St., : Honolulu.
J. A. Matthewman
Peterson & Matthewman,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW
fUEPHOHB. MAIN l6l
IS KAAHUMANU ST
J. M. KANEAKUA,
Counsellor at Law.
OFFICE-Bethel St.. near the Post Office.
Chinese and Japanese Finns.
Fine English and American Goods
65 Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
O BOXgti. . TEL WHITE 9)1
T. KATSUNUMA & Co.
4 K. OZAWA. Ma.tcei.
t.hNERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
.atprary Offlca: Rood, i up.iair. Hr.ck.la baits
t T.I m
LaJ.es' skirts cleaned. Clothing
Cleaned, Jye4 and repaired.
Ft guaranteed. Loetp kt.
Fort Street, near Kukul, and
n.ar Orph.un Tbcat.r.
Prlcca: Cleaning on. ault. tsc;
Emperor in Washington
Says President Hadley
(From the Boston Olobe.)
"We shall have an emperor in Wash-, "How do things stand as regards tho
Ington within twenty-five years unless neod of a public conscience in this
wo can create a public sentiment which, country today? The American stand
regardless of legislation, will regulate nrd of personal morality is on the
the trusts." (whole high as compared with other na.
With that sentiment, one evening re- tlons and other ages. Wo have dovel
cently, President Hadley of Ynlo Unl- oped personal virtues through Individ
verslty visibly startled a congregation ual conscience very well. But our ne
largely made up of tho richest church tlons in poltics and In a social and
society In New Englnnd tho Old business sense 'prove our moral stand
South, ards in those directions desperately
President Hntlley delivered tho third
In a course of Lenten addresses In the Tncre , nn nppni,ng contrnst bo
Old South by college Prel'Ient, and twccn mlr metll0(lg of dcBlng wlth
his specific topic was "The Develop
ment of a Public Conscience.
Tho edifice was so crowded thai all
available standing space was occupied, '
even to a point of extreme discomfort.
while the steps eadlng to both the put.
pit and tho galleries wcro seized upon
as seats wim uviuiiy.
In beginning. President Hadley
quoted the ancient saying that n mnn'a
life consisted! not In the abundance of
things ho possesses. "That truth," hs
remarked, "has a wider application to
day than ever before."
Adapting it to present conditions, he
said that wo should Impart our posses
sions, whether material, Intellectual or
spiritual, to others less fortunate; for
even our mental development should ba
communicated to others to assist in q
general development of public BplrlL
"Perhaps one-third of the young men
In college are there for whnt they can
cct out of it. cither of nlcasurc. snort. '
social organization, literary culturo
and fame, or possibly along any other I
line thnt has been chosen as n basis
for worldly success. The young mnn
who pursues such a selfish aim in col
lege has not done his duty by himself
or his present nnd futuro nesoclates. All
tliran hlehpr fnrtna of selfishness, so-
called, are lnsMlously narrow and will
kill a man's life Just ns surely as will
the pursuit of pleasuro alone,
"Other college men aro there for
what they can put Into It. Whatever
they do Is done In an unselfish nnd
iiraail-mlnilcd snlrlt. and they aro
thereby trained to be valuable members effort Is helpless and hopeless,
of the body politic nnd of n Christian "This Is tho opportunity of the
community, Dctween these to prln-j church, hungry for something to dp.
clplcs of living we bavo our choice. No Its function, ns a disseminator of In
man lives tor himself alone, nnd that formation, has been appropriated large
leads a man to regard nnd to accept a ly by tho press. Tho church has the
public conscience. Living for others, 'sympathy of tho best men, nnd must
in a community like that of nn Amerl-1 proceed to make Christianity nnd pa
ean college, takes a boy outside of him- trlotlsm synonymous nnd both synony
elf better than any other thing. mous of the world's progress. Tho
"As in college, so in the outsldo public consclcnco must be awakened,
world, many aro striving to sea what , os 1900 years ago Christ awakened It,
they can get out of it, others to sea. and It can bo done If we continue to
what' they can put Into It preach the gospel which ho preached."
o o o o o o o o o o o o o 00 o o o o o o o o o o o o
H M (IP1
Kohala, June 12. A meeting of the
members 'of tho Kohala Club took placo
last Wednesday evening which was
largely attended by the active and In
fluential members of the club. Thta
was the first Important gathering thnt
has taken placo for some time, nnd
convened for tho purposo of forming a
Joint Btock company to bo known as the
Kohala Club and Transportation Co..
Ltd., with n capital stock of $15,000.
divided Into 7G0 sharps having a par
value' of $20" per share with tho privi
lege ot increasing tno capitalization to
At this meeting COO shares out of the
7S0 wcro Immediately subscribed for
and Incorporation papers will be drawn
up and application made for a charter.
Under this Incorporation many im
provements will be made In tho Kohala
Club premises such as the renovation
of rooms, and improvement of the
grounds. Under the new regime Jas.
Sakal will remain as manager under a
board ot directors to be elected at the
next meeting of the stockholders.
Fear Banks and Put
Their Gold Under Ground
It Is estimated that fully (2,000,000 In
American gold Is hoarded up In Pla
centla and Fortune Days, on the south
coast of Newfoundland. This money
has been saved by tho fisher folk and Is
bidden in the most unlikely .daces.
Except the very poor, there aro few
among tho Inhabitants ot the little
hamlets who have not a nest egg of
bright yellow American coins set aside
for some emergency. Ueforo the dis
astrous bank failures In the colony la
the autmn of 1891 many of tho coasters
lodged their savings In the three banks
in the city, when they mado their
semi-annual visits hero in the spring
and fall; but so heavy were the losses
by the collapse, and no bitter was tho
lesson It taught, that slnco then wild
horses- could not drag thorn to a bank.
Every man Into whoso possession a
banknote, check or Government order
comes hurries at once to exchange It
for a Ynnkeo eagle, nnd this Is as hur
riedly put away with the secret hoard,
which In some cases amounts to thou
sands of dollars.
In .Placcntla Hay most of this monoy
Is obtained through the frozen-herring
fishery, which Is prosecuted during
January, February and March. In n
good season, with the herring abundant
and'tbo weather frosty enough for con
geallng purposes, about eighty schoon-
each other as Individuals and tho low
standard observed In dealings between
,,(,,. ,, . .1.. f,i nr,n.nln,
. , .i.. r.nmnntltlnn up,i tn
'pruvcllt a u from practicing great
cxtortlon llpon hlg neighbors, even If
ho wantC(1 t0 and ,n mc8 wo onc0
hnd nt lcngt a rough form of reatve
,.... . tnAnv wi,h nnp tn,i11,tr.
organlzC(i nt0 tru8ts nnd Imperialistic
spirit developing in politics, the gen
eral development of tho principle of
trusteeships will become appalling, un
less we cultivate a higher standard of
morality than ever before.
Legislation will nover protect us
from the evils of trusts or of deterio
rated politics. Tho essence of a trust
Is that you must trust tho head of It
to excrclso his power wisely or to abuse
It according to tho kind of conscience
"Trusts have got to bo regulated by
public sentiment, nnd thnt public scntl
ment Is not merely the opinion of any
particular part of the whole people,
but Is a readiness to accept In behalf
of the community, restrictions, inde
pendent of tho question of whether
you or I should bo personality harmed
by those restrictions. You say the com
munity will not bo governed by this
principle. Wo must expect that tho
community win. nowever, iur 1110 m-
tentative Is an Emperor In Washington
within twenty-five years. Public affairs
can no longer bo played as a game, but
must be directed by nn Intelligent nnd
actlvo public conscience. Individual
AN HI II
Tho promoters of a Woman's Indus
trial Homo held n preliminary meeting
yesterday nfternoon at tho Y. M. C. A.
parlors. The women present were
Mrs. J. M. Whitney, Mrs. O. II. Oullck.
Mrs. Harriet Castle Coleman, Mrs. M.
A. Cliamubcr, Mrs. S. L. Austin, Mrs.
Alexander Mackintosh, Mrs. W. K. Ai
ken, Mrs. W. D. Westervclt, Mrs. John
Usborne, Mrs. M. K. Nnkutna, Mrs. F.
W, Beckley, Mrs. W. K. Azblll, Mrs.
i:. W. Jordan, Miss R. Talcott Mrs.
Lees, Mrs. Drown, Mrs. Lampham, Mrs.
N. K. Hannah. ,
I Tho proposed articles of Incorpora
tion were read und discussed nnd In
tho main approved. It Is proposed to
raise 110,000 by an issue of 2000 shares
ot stock. The organization will' bo
At the meeting yesterday. Mrs. X.
Nakulna was chairman and Mrs. S. L.
Latest picture ot Carrie Nation and
her hatchet on view at the Pantheon
era from New England will load with
tho frozen fish. 100 barrels being an
averages load, and from $2 to 2.D0 a
barrel being paidMherefor. In a bad
year like that which has just ended,
when tho herring aro scarce and the
weather mild, the prlco runs up to $5
sometimes. Every American captain
brings from $2000 to $3000 In gold with
him when he comes after frozen-her
Of all this stream of gold coniparn
tlvely lltllo finds its way out of tho ills
trlct. Tim herring fishery In midwinter
has only been In existence in that bay
for fifteen years. Prior to that tho
people were Idle during these months
nnd they now regard tills venture as a
personal nnd private one. nut to bo con
founded with their regular vocation as
cod fishers or their dealings with the
St. John's merchants, by whom they
I aro fitted out for tho latter enterprise.
Accordingly, nil tho gold gained tn tho
1 herring Industry Is set aside, and tho
wedding dowries or tho girls or tno
district are almost invariably furnished
out of these hoards. In many cases,
too. men seemingly but Ul-suppllcd
with tho world's goods have been
known to produce $2000 and $2500 for
the purchase ot a schooner or fishing
property, paying down tho money In
every Instnnco in United States coins.
St. John's Cor. New York Sun.
Head Splnnino Like a Top.
eanuln ra harmful tubatinees cf anr kind. The aro positively helpful to rums and
y.tem. Sol J br H drutcl'ts at I Oe and 25c a box (four tlmea ai many In the 23e box.)
The fcnuln .re put up In tablet form only. Avoid powder, put tip In caebeti
(nude of paste) becaui. a jch covers warp open, apolllnr th powder and when damp are
wormy. Cetsler's Mifle Headach. Wafer, ar. euiranteed to cur. absolutely In 20
mtn'itss or return partly used box to drutc'st and he will refund full amount.
POCKET A BOX.
if ulW STATEMENT
ABOUT IS. flLEr
Washington. June 8. Mrs. McKln
Icy's physicians were In consultation
about two hours to-day, and subse
quently, a very complete statement of
the true character of the illness from
which she has been suffering was Is
sued. The bulletin Is ns follows:
Mrs. McKluloy'8 illness has been a
blood Infection resulting from perios
titis of the Index finger (bone felon),
which began In Los Anpelea and which
was promptly treated by Incision. Tho
subsequent condition-o! exhaustion wns
due to the same blood Infection com
plicated by a diarrhoea. She improved,
however, and was brought home In
comfort and without loss ot strength.
The principal cause of anxiety In her
case since her arrival In Washington
has been acute endocarditis (Inflam
mation of the lining membrane of the
heart). Involving the mitral valve, tho
result of the same blood infection. She
did not appear to be progressing, and
there has been an Improvement In the
diarrhoea and In her general condi
tion. Mrs. McKluley's condition at tho
present time presents a more cheerful
The statement tbnt Mrs. McKlnley's
case at this time presents n more hope
ful aspect Is the best word that has
come from the sick room since the ar
rival ot the distinguished patient In
Washington. The President feels con
siderably, encouraged. Today was Mrs.
.Mciviniey s uirmnay, anu many ueauii
ful flowers and gifts were left at the
HOW CORKB ARB CLEANED.
Cork is one ot the most Indlspensablo
articles; yet. useful as It Is and harm
less as it appears. It Is made a means
of dnnger to health by trade compa
tltlon. Not that anything notions oc
curs In the original growth or prepare
tlon for market of the corkwood, or
even In the process of charring the sur
face and closing tho pores by extreme
heat, which is said to give the elasticity
nnd flexibility known to the trade as
"nerve." When It comes on the market
It is without any deleterious qualities.
It is after the cork in Its finished stats
has served Its purposo In the neck of
a bottle that It begins Its degenerate
A cork once drawn and the bottle and
contents disposed of. Is thrown away
generally as waste, especially In private
houses, though In IJie liquor trade they
are often preserved for sale to Itinerant
dealers, who purchase them for a trifle.
Those which nre thrown away gravi
tate to the ash and garbage barrel, tht
dump or the gutter, and possibly tli
sewer. From these odorous ar.d offen
sive receptacles, as well as from behind
the bar, they eventually reach the bag
of the peddling collector, and are all
placed In ono mass to undergo the
process of so-called "cleaning," which
makes them appear to the untrained
eye as good as new, and prepares them
for Bale to the economical bottler of
wines, liquors, pickles or what not, who
has a strong eye to the main chance.
The corks look all right and secure the
bottles as well as new and clean ones
would; so, is there Is even a little
poison or worse In them, what does It
matter? thinks the careful dealer.
Thousands of corks float about the
coast and thousands more which have
been thrown out from passing ships
mingle with them nm are Anally cast
on Bliore, where they nre collected by
tho ngents of the dealers nnd shipped
to the city to be "cleaned" and sold.
Nothing will really clean them, but
they can be whitened or bleached by
tho action nf a powerful acid, and this
Is what Is done. Tho acids used are
chiefly sulphuric and muriatic or hy
drochloric. Vitriol Is also sometimes
employed. Thetrade Is quite n largo
one, nnd Is said to be very profitable,
many having grown rich nt It. and car
rying on big establishments, with
agents at all main points. It Is con
ducted mostly by foreigners, and has
representatives In nearly all tho cities,
though, of course, this city boasts of
the greatest number. Now York Even
Suliscribers to tlio IUTI.LKTIX
not rreeiviiijr, tlioir papers promptly
will t-oiifiT 11 favor by notifying tlio
llusiiicss Oilico; Telephone 250.
cause and neur
algia are cured In
20 minutes with
ers. It makes no difference
what the cause, headache from
loss of sleep, overwork, kidney
troubles, nervousness, strained eyes,
over eating, drinking or smoking.
simply quiet down In a few minutes
and In 20 minutes after a wafer Is
taken, disappear entirely, leaving
the brain clear and active.
MAX OaSiLER. Ph. C,
PAID $30,000,000 CASH.
New York. June 7. A payment of
$20,000,000 In cash for the stock of the
now Consolidated Tobacco Company
was mado at tho Morton Trust Com
pany's offlco today. Not a rlpplo was
noticeable In tho money market as the
result of this transfer. The new com'
pany Is not an operating, but an ad'
mlnlstrnttvo organization, and the
American and Continental Tobacco
comnanles will continue tbelr regular
business of manufacturing and selling
tobacco ns before.
PA1N-KILLEU, so Justly celebrated
was Introduced to the public about six
ty years ago. and now enjoys a popu
larity unequalled by any other melt
cine. For the cure of dysentery, cholera
morbus, rheumatism, coughs and colds,
scalds, burns, etc.. It is without an
equal. Sold by all durgglsts. Avoid
substitutes, there is but jj)e Paln-Kllt-er,
Perry Davis'. Price 25c. and 30c.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
These are the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES nnd Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable from natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In charge of a Special
1st. Give us a call, and you will find
us to do exactly ns we advertise. We
will tell you In ndvanro exactly what
your work will cost by a FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth 65 00
Gold Crowns 65 00
Gold Flllltm 81 OO
Silver FllllnjtB SOc
Our name alone will be a guarantee
that your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4. Elite Building, Hotel Street.
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
Henry R. Worthiogton
- Corner Queen
and Fort Streets.
TEL.. MAIN 100.
Engineers and Builders of
High Duty Direct Acting "
and Crank and Fly Wheel
Pumping Engines. Elect
rically Driven Pumps,'
Power Pump, Centrifugal
Pumps and Water Meters.
Large stock of small pumps
on hand for all services
Illank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish.
Meets. Brokers and Jobr-
11. P. BALDWIN President
J. I). dASTLB 1st Vice President
W. M. ALEXANDER.... 2nd Vice Pres
J. P. COOKE Treasurer
W.-O. SMITH...... Sectj. and Auditor
Sig ar Factors aid
Hawaiian Commercial ft Sugar Co.
Olaa Sugar Company.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company,
Klficl Plantation Company,
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Knhulul Railroad Company.
Tie Califorala aid Orkitil S. S. C.
W. G. Irwin & Go
Western Sugar llcflnery Company of
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Phila
delphia, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cano Shredder), New York, U. 8. A.
N. Ohlnndt & Co.'a Chemical Fertil
izers. Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade Fertil
izers for Cano and Coffee.
Iteed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFEIt FOR SALE:
Paraulno Paint Co.'s P. & II. Paints and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oils,
raw and boiled.
Induilnc (a cold-water paint), lmvhlto
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime and
CASTLE & COOKE
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walnlua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walamcn Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo.
The Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Dlake Steam Pumps.
The .New England Life Insurance Co.
The Etna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. ot London.
LIFE and FIRE
New England Mutual Lifb In
surance CO. OF BObTON.
tna Fire Insurance Compamt
tVm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. G. Irwin.. President and Manager
Clans Spreckels Vice President
W. M. IGffard... Second Vice President
H. M. Whitney, Jr Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
J0IANI0 STEAMSHIP COMPAQ
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
BREWER C&, Mh.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., American
Sugar Co., Ookala Sugar Plant Co.,
Onomea Sugar Co., Honomu Sugar Co.,
Walluku Sugar Co., Makea Sugar Co.,
Haleakala Ranch Co., Molokal Ranch,
Planters' Line of Snn Francisco,
Packet; Brewer & Co.'s Line of Boston
LIST OF OFFICERS. ,
C. M. Cooke, President; George
Rolicrtson, Manager; E, F. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. E.
Allen, Auditor: P. C. Jones, H. Wn
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
QUEEN ST., - HONOLULU
The Lnncashlro Insurance Co.
Tho Balolse Insuranco Co.
Union Gas Engine Co. .
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
Suliscrjlwn, to tlio BULLETIN
not receiving their papers promptly
will confer n favor liv notifyini' tho
lI3usine&s Oiliee; Telephone 250.
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