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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU,!!. X. MONDAY, JULY IB, 1901.
Tkis 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 Moved
my plumbing business to the
CORNER OF BERET ANIA AND
EMMA STS. Telephone, White
3571, where I have In stock the
following goods :
enameled Iron and steel clad,
wlthnlckle plated trimmings;
abo 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
with wood cover.
Slop Sinks, enameled Iron.
Hot Water Boilers and Stands
Water Pipe, Faucets r.nd Trim
mings, Galvanized Iron, Gut
ters, Cornices, Stoni Pipe, Tin
Rcofing, Etc. ..
Jobbing Promptly attended to.
Work and Materials Guaran
teed. Your Trade Is Solicited.
Ja& Nutt, Jr., Sanitar- Plumber.
TELEPHONE NO. 81.
VOTf Is the tlmo to gqt leak
breakage seen to, and jrar
Roofs Put In Orck-
By competent wiyrlrf
SHEET METAL WORKS
H. W. BARTH.
Galvanized iron Skylights and Ventilator
Conductor Pipe and Gutter Work.
Jkharl Surtt, bet. Quten and Mrchint cnolulu.
Jobb if proaptly an4ft to.
7el. White 41 P. O. Box 270.
Notice to Property Owners.
1 hive In my employ FOUR FIRST
CLASS PLUMBERS from the Coast. I am
aow ready to figure on your work at the
fewest price:. My men are Union Men.
Give roe a tt al.
C. H. BROWN,
Territory Stables. King St.
Br tod line Dealers.
HMFOaiBXe, AND WlIOLllill
Wise and Lipr Dealers
AfOU fM tU Botlla rtllDlH Bf Ol (Hit
No. 10 Nuuamu BTKIBT
ih Block, Honolulu, Hawaimx Iiiasds
P. O. B01 1 it. Mutual T.l.phoat )o.
SODA WATER CO., Ltd.
Comer Alien and Fort Sts., Honolulu
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
225 Queen St., Honolulu. H. I
No Beer to Burn,
But Beer to Beat the Band
IN DRAUGHT AND BOTTLE
It has'nt come to stay ; It's golnp,
fast, but there's more com
ing every month.
L. H. DEE. Prop.
S. 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
as an unsurpassed tonic for Invalids. BET
TER THAN MALT EXTRACTS. We recom
mend this beer to all persons In need of A
GOOD TONIC. All cltyordersdellverrd free
el ;harge. Family trade our specialty.
TELEPHONE MAIN 174.
conjunction with the jumping xystcra
and Insures a permanent water tup.'
ply, capable of Irrigating a large area.
From the reservoirs the party pro
ceeded to the old homestead of the late
D. McDryde where the sons of the doc
tor extended a welcome to their guests.
Here the party was divided up, some
remaining at1' the homestea'd for" the
nlghtwhlle others proceeded In their
carriages to the manager's residence
at Elecle. On Saturday morning nil
bands met at the Mcliryde homestead,
and a thorough examination of the wa
ter supply was made. In carriages the
entire party proceeded to an alevatlon
of 1C00 feet above sea level, where
a magnificent view of (he vast holdings
of the company were presented to view,
while arcverse position brought to view
one of the chief sources of water sup
ply for the plantation lands, at which
point a tunnel 1040 feet In length 8x8
In the clear has been driven through
the mountain for the purpose of di
verting the waters from the Wahlawa
river, and conveyed to the storage
Acres ol Good Land.
The company of the Mcliryde Sugar
Co., Ltd.. comprises approximately 1700
ncres, of which area about 8000 acres
may be considered as well adapted for
cane culture, while the remainder of
the area Is about equally divided be
tween pasture, and forest lands. Ac
cording to surveys made of the lamia
ndapated tor tugar cane, there Is nomt
nally S000 acres below the 400 foot
elevation and the remaining area being
between the 400 and 1000 foot eleva
tions, all of which has a most beauti
ful slope to the south and all under
tho company's Irrigation system.
Since the acquisition ot the above
property some two years ago which
consisted of the estates known as tho
Koloa Agricultural Co., tho Eleele
plantation and the Wahlawa ranch, to
gether m with all the appurtenances
thereon with slight reserva
tions, much work of n perma
nent character has been done
and while perhaps In some In
btences money has been expended for
which little can bo shown of any prac
tical use. yet the fact remains that
by careful and honest administration
of the affairs of the company, there Is
no possible question relative to the suc
cess of the plantation. Tfils plantation
extends from the Koloa landing on
the east to and Into tho Hanapepe val
ley on the west, a dUtnnce of eight
miles, with no Intermediate lands held
by outsiders excepting a few acres
here and there ,whlch nre teased to Chi
nese and Japanese for a nominal rent
per year. These lands extend Inland
to the top of the mountain forming
the backbone of the Island, thus' leav
ing the water shed In the control and
under the protection of the company,
while two large gulches run down
through tho land, to wit, Wahlawa and
Lawall and the large Hanapepe valley
flanks the plantation lauds on the west
ern border. A careful examination of
the soils comprising tht area to be In
time nil planted with rnne Is very uni
form In character and composition.
The soil Is of a dark red on the low
lands and red and gray on the uplands.
The sctils arc of extreme fineness and
contain a high percentage of food ele
ments such as lime, potash, phosphoric
acid, etc., all of which is decidedly ad
vantageous when It comes to tho ques
tion of Irrigation and the use of fer
tilizers. Etitlmated Sugar Crop.
The estimated output of sugar for the
1901 crop ground in the Eleelo mill Is
between 3400 and 3500 tons, while tha
average to come off for the 1902 crop
which will be ground in the new nine
roller mill, is 1300 acres of plant and
400 acres of rattoons, and figuring the
plant cane at six tons to tho acre, and
the rattoons at four tons to the acre
give a mill sugar output of 9400 tons.
It is the aim of the company through
Its manager to plant from 1200 to
1500 acres of plant cane for tho crop ot
1903, COO of which Is now plowed and
planted. In addition to the above there
will be a large area of rattoons.
Cane planted In several fields rang
ing from August to September, 1900,
dhows a remarkable growth and will
form a part ot tbo 1902 crop. At thu
present-time there has been construct
ed on the plantation nine miles of rail
road track having a 30-fnch gauge and
laid with 30-pound steel rails and well
ballasted, and will start up the 1902
crop with 300 cano cars and Increase
tame later on In the season. Two
Ilaldwtn engines perform the labor of
transporting the cars to the mill. In
cluded In the trackage Is about sixteen
miles of portable track through tht
cane fields which handle the cane direct
on to the main track and thepco to tho
mill. The trackage extends from
Eleelo landing to Lawall Gulch abovo
pumping station No. 1 with a branch
line along tho Hanapepe Qulch to
pumping station No. 3. There Is one
mile ot road bed graded on to the ex
tension of the East Lawall gulch, which
will require six miles ut track to reach
the Koloa cane lands. There will also
be three and a halt miles of track ro;
quired at tho mill yards, which In
cludes side tracks and storage, for
which nearly all the material Is nt
band. The company also contem
plates building a road from KIbcIo
landing up tho Hanapepe river to tho
two pumping stations lor the purposo
of supplying coal for pumps, and trans-
port .tho ripened cano growing In the
Hanapepe valley and requiring about
three miles of trackage.
At present tho company has In use
five sets of Fowler's steam tackle which
practically solves the question of re
ducing to a minimum of expenie the
cost of preparing the soil for planting.
With one set of these tackles it Is pos-
.thin tn turn nvir in ft tenth of from 10
to 20 Inches fully twelve acres of land '
In a day of ten hours. At the present
from page 1.)
On the nasture and forest lands of
the company li raised sufficient cattle
to supply the employes with meat, and
In this respect are somewhat more for
tunate than many of the plantations.
Eleele Is' the point for the receiving of
all freight and the shipment of tbo su
gar product, where Is also maintained
n company store.
Big Nine Roller Mitt.
The company has now In courso of
erection a 34x81 nine roller mill which
contains many decidedly Interesting
features, and Is what Is known as the
A. II, Sttllman modern Cuban mill, the
system being largely In use through
out the sugar districts of Cuba. Tho
three three roller mill Is driven by
two Harris Corliss engines having U
Joint capacity ot 750 horse power, while
tho hydraulic pressure on each three
roller mill Is as follows: No. 1 mill,
300 horse power; No. 2 mill, 350 horse
power; No. 3 mill, 400 horse power,
The dally average capacity of the mill
Is 1000 tons of sugar cane, or from
123 to 150 tons ot raw sugar, varying
of course according to the fibre and
sucrose content of the ccne. The steel
structural work of tho various build
Ings was supplied and erected by Mil
liken Bros, of New York.
The cane Is ted direct to the mills
over and enldcss carrier, while attached
to the mill are the Chicago Link Dclt
Machinery Co.'s Juice strainers, six
crystallzcrs, with a capacity of 750
cubic feet each, for low grade sugars,
five deprecating tanks taking the place
of settler tanks, two Stlllman vacuum
pans ot twenty-two tons capacity each,
twelve 40-Inch mud filters, sixteen 40
Inch centrifugals driven at a speed of
from 1200 to 1500 revolutions a minute,
both of the two latter appliances being
furnished by the Ameilcan Machine
Tool Co. The method 01 conveying su
gar for centrifugals by an endless car
rler Is Interesting, while the conveyor
Instead of being made ot canvas, Is com,
posed ot highly polished brass cor.
nigated slats and conveys tho sugar
to a floor above, from whence It is
dropped to reparate sacking chutes be
neath. I)y this method much of the
heat In the sugar passes off, the sugar
when sacked being practically dry. Un
der each sacking device will be placed
a pair of standard scales, which will
greatly save the handling of filled sacks
in order to ascertain tnelr exact weight
Another feature of this mill Is the
placing of the two Wake pumps which
supply the two vacuum pans on th
same floor and In close proximity to
the pans which are guaranteed to strike
every five hours, and arc fitted with.
me sttllman separators. The capacity
of the supply tanks for supplying Juice
to the vacuum pans Is 5000 gallons
each and admirably arranged. The
trash carrier for conveying the residue
of the cane to the furnace room for fuel
lc performed automatically and driven
by a separate engine. Any excess of
trash not required for fuel purposes,
Is relieved from the trash carrier by a
simple d&ublo weight device which
opens and closes a slide in the carrier
and empties the trash onto-a concrete
floor beneath where It Is baled and
sent to the pumping plants for fuel
purposes, thus effecting a saving In coal
As part of the mill system there has
been Installed four porcupine cupnln
boilers ot 400 horse power each. This
system ot boilers Is used in Cuba, but Is
an entirely new thing in tho Hawaiian
Islands. AH the main pipe connec
tions in and about the mill have about
been completed, while water tor mill
pumps, sugar boiling room, and all
condensing pumps Is obtained from
reservoirs situated 3600 feet away from
the mill and conveyed to point of use
by a pipe system. Connected with the
mill and adjacent thereto are tho ma
chine shops in which has been Installed
modern appliances for making any ne
cessary repairs to tbo mill. An elec
tric lighting plant ot 125 light capacity
has been Installed, whllo adjacent to
the mill Is a largo fireproof structuro
40x60 which will be utilised as a tool
and general supply building.
In tho settlement ot affairs between
the McUrydo Estate and the Mcliryde
Sugar Co., Ltd., the company were most
fortunate In securing the entire cattle
ranch, by means ot which absolute
control ot the vast water shed lying
above tbo cane lands was secured. Tho
value of this water shed Is extremely
valuable not alone for Increasing the
supply ot water from the surface
mountain streams, but for Its effect In
Inducing' an Increased rainfall to AH
tho subterranean streams for an arte
sian supply to supply the pumping
systems at a tlmo when tho natural
streams nro low. At present thrco
pumping stations have been Installed,
two of which nre In operation whllo
tho third one will shortly bo adding
Its quota of water for Irrigation pur
poses. Pumping station No. 2 Is sit
uated In Lawall gulch w'hero has been
bored and cased twenty-four flowing
wells. The wells havo nil been tapped
by a 4x0 tunnel 1040 feet In length, bn.
ginning sixteen feet below sea level
nnd six feet below at the upper or ex
treme end. Hero has been Installed a
Ileldler triple expansion 500 horse
power engine, whllo Btcam Is developed
by three sots of Habcock nnd Wlltox
boilers, lifting 10,000,000 gallons ot wn
tcr to a height of 3S0 feet from tho sur
face of tho water In the concrete sump.
This pump Is deslgndd with dlschargo
pIpeB for tho purposo of covering cans
lands on both sides of Lawall gulch In
time tho company has working on the
plantation some 1500 day laborers, re
tractors and company men, v.hllo 1
head of horses and mules are to
which gulch tho system is ibi,.u,, ........
In case there Is not sufficient water
from the bored wells It Is proposed to
develop surface water at tho head of
tho main tunnel which is entirely tenv.
able. Pumping station No. 1 In liana
pepo gulch Is supplied with a Worth-
tngton triple expansion pumping plant,
and will lift 7,000,000 gallons of water
to a height of 250 fCet In twenty-four
hours, Steam for the pump Is develop,
ed by Sterling water tube boilers. Wa
ter hero Is developed party from
bored wells, water tunnels reaching to.
wards the bluffs ana rher, also means
by which the water can be taken from
the bed ot the river to tho main pump.
The main tunnel towards the mountain
is 4000 feet long and the tunnel to
wards the river Is 86 feet'long. Work
upon this latter tunnel was stopped
owing to the great body ot water en
countered, until such time as the new
sump at the pump can be completed,
and section pipes put in place, so as to
enable the main pump to take care of
the supply. This system of water will
be complete within a month's'' time.
Water from Hanapepe.
Pumping station No. 3 also located In
Hanapepo gulch consists of a Rtsdon
high duty pump ot 10,000,000 gallons
capacity, lifting the water 380 feet,
Steam Is generated with three Heine
boilers and supplied with the Oreen
fuel economizers. Water for the sys
tem Is obtained from wells, surface
tunnels and water rights from Hana
pepe river. The main surface tunnel
nt this station, which Is 175 feet In
length, has been stopped tor the same
reason that exists at station No, 1
The main water supply coming from
the Wahlawa river at an altitude of
1G0O feet, is conducted through a tun
ncl lC.'O feet in length, having u ca
pacity of 30,000,000 gallons In twenty
four hours, nnd discharging into resor
volts four In number already con
structcd, No. 1 reservoir has a capa
city ot 115,000,000 gallons; No. 3 reser
voir, 78.000,000 gallons; No. 4.
55,000,000 gallons; No. 5, 75,000,000 gal
Ions; No. 2, 111,000,000 gallons (now
under construction). There are also
two small reservoirs that take tha
night and dny water from pumping sta
ttons Nos. 1 and 3 already constructed,
having a capacity of 7,500,000 gallons
each. The water for this reservoir
connects with the sama ditches that tlie
pumps discharge Into at their several
lifts or elevations, which permits of
continuous Irrigation from reservoir
or pumps. All the reservoirs arc con
nected with each 'other so that water
can bo drawn from 'any ono of the
reservoirs to tho main supply ditch
The main ditches leading down from
the. reservoirs to tho ditch system
which Is supplied by the pumping sys'
terns nro two feet deep and five feet
wide, having n fall of 250 feet In a mile
and a half. Tho main distributing
ditches have a fall of flvo feet to the
mile, having a normal carrying capa
city of 25,000,000 gallons in twenty
tour hours. In conveying water across
gulches. Inverted syphons have been
laid, using 33-Inch double riveted steel
pipe. The next water supply Is from
Lawall and Kalahco streams. This
water Is Intercepted In Its course by a
concrete diverting dam now being con
structcd, and conveyed through a dltcn
two and a half miles In length having
a maximum capacity of 25,000,030 gal
Ions In twenty-four hours, and convey
Ing the water to the West I .a wall cam
fields extending clear across the ICtwa-
lahaka gulch. A new reservoir Is now-
being constructed In West Lawall for
the purpose of storing tno flood wa
ters from the Lawall ditch system,
which has n capacity for storing 25.-
The improvements contemplated In
tho still further development of water
will conclst cf an extension of the
reservoir system by the construction of
one large reservoir about one-half mile
below reservoir No. 4 In Kawalabaka
gulch. The dam to retain this water
will be 75 feet In height, while the es
tlmatcd capacity will be 400,000,000
gallons. 'Numerous reservoir sites In
the East Lawall fields are available
above the 250 foot level for storing W
000,000 gallons of water which will be
Oiled from tho flood waters of tho I.a
wall Btream, and utilized for Irrigating
the East Lawall lands. Tho conditions
arc highly tnvorablo for the develop
ment ot water by tunnels In thA mouu
tains at nominal exnense. which would
in all piobablllty double the normal
flow of 4,000,000 gallons per day in
the Wahlawa stream. The Lawall and
Kalaheo streams have a normal flow
ot 2,000,000 gallons per day at the head
of Lawall ditch. This normal flow,
however, Is at a dry time ot the year.
On the old Koloa lands now a part ot
the McDryde plantation, reservoirs
have been constructed having a capa
city for Btorlng 25,000,000 gallons and
Is supplied through a ditch system
from the Lawall stream and from the
local water sheds. This water Is to
Irrigate the cane fields now planted
on the Koloa lands.
In Lawall gulch wells where the new
Reldlcr 10,000,000 gallon pump la being
erected, the percentage ot salt tn tho
water Is only nine grains to a U, S.
standard gallon. 'Mr. Miller, the en
gineer ot the Mcliryde plantation, Is
now preparing a complete map of the
property which will show in detail tho
water ditches, storago reservoirs, rail
roads, permanent Improvements, etc.
Mr, Stodart, tho present manager of
the McDryde Sugar Co., Ltd., has only
filled that position for a little over
three months but Is rapidly adapting
himself to tho vast amount of work on
band, Mr. Stodart erected the mill on
(ho Honolulu plantation on Oahu for
the Rlsdon Iron Works ot San Fran
cisco and previous to this was manager
of the Maunalol plantation un l-mml.
Tho officers and dlrectois of Mcliryde
Sugar Co. Ltd., nre: President, D.-P. R.
Isenberg; vice president, 11. F. Dilling
ham; treasurer, F. M. Swnnzy; secre
tary, O. F. Davlcs; auditor, Henry
Holmes; directors, A. M. Mcliryde, Al
beit Wilcox It. W. T. Purvis, J. M.
Lydgate, W, D. Mcliryde.
PAIN-KILLER, so Justly celebrated
was Introduced to tho public nbout slx-
yeais ago, and now enloyg a nonu-
'ty uncqunllcd by any other me.1l-
i. For tho euro of dysentery, cholera
li'.i'i, rheumatism, coughs and colds,
ildB, burns, etc.. It Is without an
cjnnl. Sold by all durgglsts. Avoid
subsMttites, there Is but one Paln-Klll-
ir. Perry Davis'. Price 25c. and 60c,
'hi lll'ptln, 75 eeiil nr month.
Clius BrRBCKin, Wk. 1'. Int.
Chun eckelg it
San rrandtco Ajtrdtttin Nevw
National bank or Ban Feanouoo
8AM FRAKoiHOOThe Nevada Nation
Eank of Han Francisco.
London The Union Bank of Londo
Naw York American Exchange t
Chicago Merchants National Bads,
Pabu Credit Lyonnal.
Bcrun Dresdnef Bank.
Honkono and Yokohama Honk. n
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
Naw Zealand and Austjluja H
of New Zealand.
VioroiiiA and VAifootrraa BanX
British North AmerltM.
Tmsact 1 Quern Bufiu ulEiclLueBuiii.
DeppUtt Received. Loans mtdt on Al
proTta Bicnrlty. flommercUl sndTraTtli
Uredlts Iiintd. Bill! of Eichoge bemgt
iOLUQTlONS PaoiimT acoovctid rr.
: 0 '
Transact a General Banking
anil Exchange Business.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letter of Credit issued, available
in nil tho principal cities of the
Interest allowed after Jnlv 1.
18118, on fixed deposits 7 day
notieo 2 per cent, (this form will
not bear interest unless it remains
undi-turbed for one month), 3
months 8 per cent., 0 months 3 1-2
per cent, 12 months 4 per cent.
Pioneer Building ant
- Loan Association.
AB8KT8, DKO. II, 111, Ul,Cn.
Jfons loaned on approved teemrlti
A Barings Bank tor monthly deposit
Houses built on the monthly tnatal
Twentieth Serl of Stock U -opened.
OFFICERS T. F. Lansing, Pre
dent: S. B. Rose, Vice Preciaeni; O. t
dray. Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Becrstai)
DIRECTORS T. F. Lansinf, . 1
Rose, A. V. Gear, A. W. Keech, Baar
Bmlth, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, O.
Dray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. OKAS,
Chamber ot Commerce rooms.
Office Hours: 12:101:10 p. m
MSto at co.
Savings Depoatta will b
received and Interest allowed by th!
Bank at four and ono-balf per cam
Printed copies of the Rules andRei
ubtlons may be obtained on appllcatloi
OlUce at bank building on Merchat
BISHOP A no
1b VokiihHma $peoie Bun'
SublctitJ Clpttll Yin 14.cac.00a
RMrvt4 FunJ Yto l,)n,oar
nil, unite, OKqnama.
The Bank buys and receives for col
lection Bills of, Exchange, issues Drafts
and Letters ot Credit, and transacts
a general banking business.
Oi Flirt Dcpoitt lor n aottkt, t awl 1,
Oa Fln D.poilt ic t wattM, IH "
Braaeh of Utt Yokohama Spocto Baok,
In RegiMc BitUlu, HI 111 81. EOHli
J. T. Dr. BOLT HAS REMOVED HIS
law offices to room C02, top (Cth) floor,
Albert R. Cunlia
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
308 Stangenwald Building
W. Austin Whiting,
W. J. Robinson,
Removed-to Room 306, Judd Building
Attorney at Law.
3 A. S., King St., : Honolulu,
PmasoN J. a. Matthewman
Peterson & Mattnewraan,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW
P.O. Box j8j i KAAHUMANU ST
rilBPHONB, MAIN 161
J. M. KANEAKUA,
Counsellor at Law.
OFFICE-Bcthel St., near the Post Office.
Afiflrts. Brokers nod Joblien
H. P. BALDWIN President
J. B. CASTLE....... 1st Vice President
W. M. ALEXANDER.... 2nd Vice Pres
J. P. COOKE J Treasurer
W. O. SMITH Secty. and Auditor
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar 'Co.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pala Plantation Company. . 1
Nahlku Sugar Company. ,
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahulut Railroad Company.
Tie California an. grieital S. S. U.
W. G. Irwin & Go
11 ' 1
Western Sugar Refinery Company of
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Phila
delphia, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cano Shreitrlprl.NVm- Vnrb IT a a
N. Ohlandt 4 Co.'s Chemical Fertil
Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade Fertil
izers for Cano and Coffee,
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER TOR SALE:
Parafllno Paint Co.'s P. & H. Paints and
Papers: Lucol nnd Linseed Oils,
raw nnd boiled.
Indurine (a cold-water paint), In white
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime' and.
GASTLE & COOKE
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Wulalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Tho Kohala Sugar Co.
Tho Walamea Sugar .Mill Co.
Tho Fulton Iron Work9, St. Louis, Mo.
Tho Standard Oil Co.
Tho Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance Co.
The Etna Flro Ins. Co. ot Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
LIFE and FIRE
New England Mutual Life In
surance CO. GF B.ObrOK.
tna Fire Insurance Cohpant
Wm. G. Irwin & Go.
Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Manager
Claus Spreckela Vice President
W. M. IGffard... Second Vice President
H. M. Whitney, Jr Trcas. and Sec.
Geo. J, Ross Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
JUEANI0 STEAMSHIP C0MPi..O
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
BREWER C8., Mfc
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.,
Halealtala Ranch Co., Molokal Ranch,
Planters' Line of Son Francisco,
Packet: Brewer & Co.'s Line of Boston
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. T.I. Cooke. President! Rnr
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop,
Treasurer anl secretary; Col, W. E.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Wa
terhouse and Geo, R. Carter, Directors,
QUEBN ST., HONOLULt .
Tho Lancashire Insurance Co.
Tho llalolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co,
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
SuWribera to tho BULLETIN"
not receiving tlioir papers promptly
will confer a favor by notifying tbo
Huaiucss Offico; Telepbone 25C.
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