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AROUND CAMP FIRE
RECALL DAYS OF BATTLE
Through the trees of the Wright
homestead at "Little Mrltaln," within
the angle of King nnd hnerldan streets
shortly nfter dusk yesterday evening
there burst up a brilliant Illumination.
The nineteenth annual camp fire of
Geo. I)e Long Post, Grand Army
of the Republic, had been lighted. It
nu. a umBsi..: uiiu win .mil puc 01 to say nnythlng but well worn plntl
algeroba trunks nnd branches, making tittles. Hut when the hour of trial
n strong nnd steady bonfire that con- comes the Unltgl States navy will be
tinned to shed n cheery glow over the found true to the country, to the fine
festival until Its close half after 10
There bus nlwnys been a pathetic
side to these reunions of the wearers
of the blue who fought to save .lie
Union J 11 the sixties. On this occa
sion there was n special clement of
pathos about the festival fnllv re.ill.i
only by those who had attended for-
mer events of the kind at the same
place. At last year's camp Are. a. at
many previous ones, comrades nnd
their friends had been met, one nnd
all, at the threshold of his home uv
the cheerful greeting nnd the hearty
handgrasp of John N. Wright,
ran cavalryman who served his term
as Commander of Oeo. W. Re Long
Post. Last night different sneakers
preferred to the fact, already known
iu many present, mat it was Lorn tnde
Wright's dying request that tho annual
camp die should be held -at the old
place the same as If he was alive m ,no moat Invincible, most coitra
L.hYhn,, kv,.w L.?m" 7iiV ." that the Ulorloue sunlight
bo the host. Nobly, at this reunion, did
..is. ng.ir extend tne oicnimn nospl -
" rue 111114 tuiiuvilf WVMl
the eager helper of her lamented hits
Of O. A. II. Comrades and their rela
tives there were present: JPost Com
mander W. I.. Eaton and wife, .yiee
Commander C. It. Dickey. Secretary
.lohn V. Francis and wife. Chaplain R..'e,I the charge and crowned It with
Jay Greene and wife. Mrs. J. J. Greene
miartcrmnster Adler O. Dletz. Louis
Adler. Fred.' Turrlll. W. F. Williams,
J. D. Conn, Thos, Carey, E. Cook, W.
McCandless, Major Robinson. IT. H. A .
and wife, Mr. and Mrs. N. V. Grlswold leaf of life, wo feel still the llngerlnu
and son. Judge Gilbert P. Little, John Elory of tho aays when our country
V. Ijke. J. n. Duff. Mrs. W. H Wll- nec,,e1 "s "il wo answered the call.
Mnson, Mrs. L. L. La Pierre ' lbut wlth l,8, cniraIes, are those to
Among others present we're- M.. . ' w,Jom ' 'e "m r"to that Is due tno
Wuntlenberc V uTrtliJ t' J1", veterans themselves, the noblo women
vvuntlenberB. V. H. Wrlxht, Terrltor- who were the mothers, wives, swe.'t
lal Treasurer, and wife. Senator C. L. harts, sisters and daughters of the
Crahbe and wife. Mr. and Mrs. VV A'.1)0-s who went fortn under the Star
Bowen. Miss Ilowcn, Captain and Mrs. SDl1 Stripes at the sound of tho DurI?.
luiuotin, .Mr. and .rs. W. W. Hall Mr , H mucn 10 uie uravery, patriot
and Mrs. J. K. nurkett Mr and Mm' 'm a.ml 1"I liredlsposltlon of tho
T. Mrfnnu ,..,. i'... 'J ....- American woman to flgtu. as It was to
n,l in mV. i T ..' " '" courado and patriotism of tho mon,
and son- Mrs i.osnn Mr. and MrSi lhnt le vlctore8 of the bat,pfloI(1J
rrank King, Miss Power. C. S.- Hall, 1 were recorded In American history.
I). L. Austin. Captain White, U. S. N.. uy nnl by we shall paBB tho
and wife. Col. J. H. Soper. MIkh Owens "np thnt '"vldep us from our Pros!
of Chicago, Mrs. J. H. Craig. Thomas ?CIlt'n T1"-!' l"?uUs are ,thlnnlnB 1u,'
Kltch. Captain Pond. U. S. N.. O B. ' .Sf'L B,8t 'car. a '""n welepmed
Mrr!i.ii,. Mr nm 1 V., v 1 . 1 l,B' tw ha,1,, " a "O" w-hoso W Bh Jt
McClellan, Mr. nnd Mrs. Kelster and was that we should meet again to-
on' I night, and now he has passed away.
Seats for the company had been ar- to answer the roll call from tho other
ranged under the trees opposite the sl('?- I,u' 'hose of us that are left, rep
side entrance to the ..ouse. in the form 1 ''8entlnB tho old Orand Army, stann
of a hollow square the outer end of i" ,y for ,ur C0,,ntrJ-. our Constitution
which was filled with broad table, ZlTZTlt .f'tS
whereon an elaborate feast was laid., and In our blood-s"and tor the iltls
Among the staple edibles were the pork that waves undaunted wherever It ha5
and beans of the camp, but fairly been planted, for the flag that wave
eclipsed with the luxuries of cake and '.vcr our cl'ools, the Stars and Stripes
pie unfamiliar to the fare of the tented at are,to "8 ,ne symbol of all I hat Is
field. With sociable chatter and merry tTiea?esU'irtlZWh'Ch '" "" '"
Jest the banquet was dispatched, after , 's hBlk
which the feast of reason and the low Prof. E. Co'ok.8 thP0 comrade who
of soul began. 1 played tho accompaniments through-
Commander Katon, In opening tho t the evening, now sat down to tho
exercises, tald Uco. W. Be Long Posl f),an. am' 'lollvered this "Musical Titll-
una ni-.nnt.a,l r... cAn.l nn .oa tO tl)6 HoVS":
the first O. A. Ifc-Post outside the
bounds of the Union, since which one
had been organized In Canada and an.
other In Mexico. Every year tnls Post
had held a camp fire and. shortly be-i
lore nis ueceaie, their lamented com-L""u
rade and past commander Wright had
requested that the memorial festival i
should be held at that place, besides
which It was on his sorrowing wile's
Invitation they had assembled that 't seems but yesterday the httgloblew
night. . I Ami every year Death's reaner Is hln-t'.
comrade Dickey led in singing',-. '" ;v " sneaves
"Tenting on the old camp Sro.ind."Fr0mrIllan'nK,1.11",1,lts
Mnjf of, Shenandoah." and Mrs. Kels-
ter gave an original rccluvlon on "Our
Flag." well composed and contalnlna I
local allusions. Then the comnanvL..
Biine "Rallv rounit the Hair " I
Army and Navy.
In response to the toast. "Our Army,"
Major Robinson delivered a neat
speech, proving to be a clear nnd enter-
tnlnlng speaker. He only regretted
that his experience In the war for the
Union was short, but It waa because he
was not born soon enough. It was only !
after he had run away from home that
hu parents gave reluctant consent In
1802 to his Joining the urmy as a camu
follower. At the opening of the war
the volunteers looked rather disdain
fully at the standing army cf 12.000,
Major Robinson went on to make u nl, m5rcl'', , V
telling argument against objectors to w.I,i'rl6v rtMe realln u'
the late President's policy 0f increas- j '-i ho'Tr.s'ttyTre tho keynote of
lng the standing army. It was rldl-l the ttrch. iu
citlous to contend that one soldier to . f
n thousand of the ponulatlon was a
menace to American liberties. While '
the people were always to be counted I
on for nn ample body of. volunteers for ,
cmciKeiiciuu, y war nan become a'
science and trained officers and men
were necessary for the backbone of na- f
tlonal defense. There was nn net nt
men In the United States who were We"' uoyB- we ,la'l 0'"" hardships; w
more patriotic and at the same tlme!wh "'VJ,,!?"3 our ,fVn!, .
more Jealous of the rights and liber- 'KrUiS!!' '
ties of the people than the officers of When we coitid get no pass, someti
"Marching Through Georgia," hav
ing. been sung, the loast of "The Navy"
was responded to by Captain U. S. G.
White, the civil engineer of the navy
who Is supervising the preliminaries
of opening Pearl Harbor for a naval
station. He sketched tho time of the
"wooden walls" atfd small guns, which
enme to nn end with tho fight between
the Monitor and the Merrlmac. going
on to describe tho powerful maritime
armaments of today, callln? for scien
tific skill In the operations of war.
With an eloquent allusion to the work
KVEN1KQ BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T., TUESDAY,
of the navy In tho wnr with Spain,
Captain White concluded by saying:
"Every American knows that reliance
can be placed on tho army nnd navy
when the hour of trial comes. Thls'ls
n illmctilt toast to reply to. It line,
been made nt every gathering of this
kind for mnnv vrnrn n tlmt It I. tmi-A
nnu 10 me constitution.
Mrs. Crnbbc then sane "Star Stmnirl.
ed Banner," the company Joining In
Judss Little" tpeech.
Judge Little, In response to tho
toast, "The Otand Array of the Ho.
. Wht'n ,lle "'at gun was heard by ilio
fnthp tnHv8vCI'Jh At'rle,a, PeoP'"
InXpuftc & "n 'a,'
' by the men and boys of the day. wl'jj
almost nerveless hnnds, at the sound
of the bugle, signed their name
lhe muster roll which gave their Uvea
ountry. Dtn-lnir nil tim-.i
tlark days In ramp nnd on the liatllo
flcld, they were true to the obligation
which they had taken to uphold th
Constitution and the flag or their coun
try, which they had sworn to protect.
At the grand review In Washington at
the close df the war. the Orand Army
of the Republic, lepresentcd an army
Sver shone upon and b?n
j diction. Today the Orand Army of tho
Republic Is a symbol of the glory of
a great countrv. If wan tln nsnmnr
and the spirit of tho Orand Army in
former years that has. when the Mains
was blown up In Cuban waters. Inspire
etl the victory of Manila Hay. When
the charge at San Juan was made. 11
was tne spirit or the Grand Army that
success and glory. It was the sons of
veterans that fought In the spirit af
their fathers, In the protection of tho
country the veterans of tho Grand
Army had united.
As we sit here In tho sere and yellow
sivVvone R0, "05'B '" clg1"'
When war's'dread tocsin sounds v
In trumpet tones it called, on every
"" "lnuou. noys. villi heart
i nni1 1,an,
I'orty years ago boy
ys, now the tine is
Three years we lived on "hard-tack
unless we stole a pig.
A "chick." or sweet notatne'a nr "c.,
graybacks." how thev inr,i ...
nun now wen scratch and dig;
Why. Imvs! tho mem'ry of It msl
I .. ----,, .h.wm un,
Do ynu remember how we felt towat I
..,. ,,ln "Copperheads" at homo
Who worse than rebels in our rrnnt
WollU1 r,a" "Lincoln's hlrellngi,
goodnew how wel rn.m
Hecnuse we know for our defeat thov
Do you recall the letters, sent by the
girls at home.
And how tney cheered us on tho wear
And Oh! the sutler's butter, ndnrliv,..
0,ls and strong.
whlch be charged a dollar for .1
in,i "V ! ,.. . ...
.' ------. .uv iiiit n jz luirn
Tor tho crackers full of weevil, which
me -Biinrd wo'd run,'
And snenk back after midnight;
At Inst at Appomattox field treason
breathed Its last,
And tears of Joy on veteran cheeks
Twas forty years ago, boys, away
back In the past.
Let these reunions keen Its mem'ry
Thomas Fitch's Oration.
Thomas Fitch, on coming .forwarl,
disclaimed the title of Colonel, by
which he had been called on. Those
who heard the following speech were
OCTOBER 1, 1501.
In the Schllt hretvery you will find a plate gl.iss room. In it
are cooling tilie. over which the hot beer dr!p. Altove it is an
v air filter, and no air comes Into this room save through that filter.
No Kcrnn c-m reach beer lundlcd wilh such rare caution.
Hut, after the ln-cr is ajjed, wc filter it, then IkihIc and seal It,
then stcrlllre every bottle.
We t.ike triple precautions liccitoe beer is a saccharine
product. Impurities multiply if they get Into il. There is mi
gr.ide between absolute purity and utter impurity.
Kvcry IkiHio ot SchllU U absolutc'v pure, and purity is
heiltli(tilncs4. Your physicldn knows ask him.
Mncfnrlane & Co., Ltd., 21 Kanhumnmt St.,
Honolulu. Call for the llrewcry Bottllni:)
many of them heard to say that a moro the new President during his earlier
finished oration, or one mote appropri- years to labor In tho library rather
Bto to IH theme, had not been hear! than tho fffritm. yet his campaign In
In Honolulu for a long time. Mr. Kltch 19fiu proved that he has the natural
began with the statement that when, .aptitudes and qualifications of a great
a fow weeks since, ho accepted tllo In- debater. He has a wonderful memory,
vltatlop to nttend the en nip tire, wo power of absorption, and every now
knew nothing of the tragic fata which .thought becomes 01 once n part of
bad befallen our beloved itilcr. himself. His mind is a chemical sol
Tho speaker went on to tell whnt he vent or thought Into which great Ideas
know personally or President Iloosa- ran bo thrown with the assttranco that
jolt, It having been his lot to moat 'they will come.forth clear, crystallized
him three years ago and aid In hU and compact. Ills syllogisms aro Iron
canvasH for election as Oovcrnor ut limbed, and no sophistry can live 'n
Nowork. Two years later he accom their embrace. His power or rapid
panted him In his speaking tour In and correct generalization Is supreme.
Idaho and Utah. Mr. Kltch went on No man can reason more rapidly or
to speak of Mr. Mryan's abandonment more cogently from cause to effect or
of financial questions to focus his cam- from circumstance to principle. All
palgn on the alleged Imperialistic pol- tho vaBt and varied resources or his ex
Icy or President McKlnley, and Iu this tensive reading and experience, all hl.i
connection the speaker said
It was necessary that some Repub
lican of sufficient prominence to se
cure an equally wide report or'lils ut
terances should makd Instant reply to
Mr. Uryan. President McKlnley va danger excitement, to evoke his full
precluded by the proprieties or his Powers, and then ho has always arho.i
position from essaying the task. Gov- to the occasion.
ernor Roosevelt accepted the duty aud To be esteemed great among tho
lie performed It In a soldierly spirit. ' " of this day and generation, rs
Ho rode down the llsts-nnd disregard-1 Quires qualities and achievements In
lng lesser opponents he smote the excess of any ever before demandej.
shield of-the Drlnn tie Uols Gullbert -We are Indeed dwarfs In knowledge la
or Democracy fun In the face. Th,our relations to the 'physical and men
result astonished both friends and en-1 tal tmlverso; but we are dwarfs perch
emles. Governor Roosevelt had C(l ul,on the shoulders of the giants of
achieved distinction as a scholar and B" "le fenerations which have gone
writer. H had displayed admlnlstr.-1l)Cfo,"e- nd our eyes scan n horizon
tivo ajilllty of a high order both as theirs could nevt reach. Those win
Assistant Secretary of the Navy and.can so tower above their fellows as to
as Governor of New York, and on the define an outline against such a hoil-
nuiu ot name ne nail demonstrate,!
that ho did not lack coinage for any-
inius " raiism unuenaKe. He soon,
however, demonstrated his capacity In
this rospect, and his dally answcis to
.ur. nryan. uany matrices were po
tent rietors In securing the sweeping
Republican victory which resulted.
I think that more than'any other'oue
man Governor Roosevelt Inspired
those who followed his masterly lead
ership In that campaign, with tho Idea
mm hiiver and tariff were minor is-i
mes, aim mat mo great liurning. vital
question was ywhether this nation
alwml.l ,tl.A..l..M &t- ..
and the destlnv nt a u-nri.i. ...', -
'l aimuuun me position tne duties,
...1.1-1. ..;... -.-. i.
nna planted the flag there tne Hag
should float forever.
On that Issue Mr. Rryan lost the
trans-Missouri States, Many or the
voters believed In the free coinage of
silver, ami hated the trusts, and did
not care for the tnrlff. Hut when It
was proposed to lower the flag thny
turned with disgust from those wno
inujiuHeu siicn a policy, and for an an-
swer U) all, arguments they sang tna
Star Spangle,! Banner. A Democratic
lik'nd of mine In Utah said to me
'that Repuhi.can rough ilder of yours
lias lariated nur R1 find nn, -...! ....
iorltv tn hi. t.,,1,11., i,... , ..',..,
tho ground with it." flnmiii,,. ..t
luuKii nuers. mere was never In all
military history so unique a body 0f
horseless cavalry. They were selected
and from the horsemen if th. s,.ii,"'
....... ,c oiuieies ot j.astern college.! .
west. Some of them boasterl of bclnir
able to eat a plate of soup while seated
upon a bucking bfouco. Others i-onM
ii . .. s at '"" 8"?e(I- throw a
f.!.?r . r "uo. tllu alr aml I,atter It
with revolver bullets before it reached
the ground. Thev vn.,i..i ,. ...,'
fame ub the Ideal cavalry of the world
nil a nmllUl.lt. mlal.r l.. .1 ...
nuii.-u nnnu nau liestowed upon It, i"""7'- "" ") nuiwriur moral qualities,
or whether we should accept our new i,cn fo"ow him because -; Impresses
responsibilities and opportunities, nnd tnm w"n the Idea that hjs own pro
declare that wherever American valor mo"on Is not htn first, care. HU
tiVi,Vi ' ut one so iri""" " wuikb wun hoc rates alon;
r .1 " aor"ei1 a chance. But ,lno streets or a Montana mining camo
e,t . '"'"'"nteers who were call- and compels tho pnllosopher or an
'd to light Spain but few were chos-If faulty to electioneer for the Kcnu'i
en to iro tn Pniui. ,.... . . tenn lintel n , .1.- Sr, .. ... ': "
1 . - : --"mojui in iur
mime were not provided, and rather
n S?Ji 1 tl10 ch.nneo of ,"'lnB k'ft '"
ers scrambled hurriedly on board a
wT81", b,oun?J,ror Santlago. leaving
horses dnd saddles behind them. They
tHewSttw thl'lr an,mals a':al,l "tll
le war was over, ami Roosevelt and
i ,rugh riders made their campaign
on foot, and stormed San Juan hill,
atorsetod'e1" Sa",,ae" UU nwr
SS.,. the campaign of
sZe "t1 10," ,r P"1'!!" . al"1 l,,ramrj'1
sense. His dominant charnctuilstlc ts
n.Vlr,"0 ro,nbr't'neo which Is utterly
flee from Pharasaleai imm.l.. r nir
nei's.11? f:'",w-hl- convictions or 'my
EST Wi her,v,ir ,", '"ad
.,, , , , , ." '"' ". ii
side ot him would have acted the part
or tho good Samaritan to a wounded
stranger while the other side would
to sprinkle the lawn, he mlirht ,, run.
rlmanded and forgiven; but I a Jai 1.
tor employed to work In a public patk
fcard public office as a personal poj-
public office under him If lie knvs U
yet ho will not seek to tit the qualm-
.at. ?,"!"": "WrJ.1 . "'"' -racte.s
bile lll,i;M' ' . "
wTn n? i'nB- .' ,,r.e,,lct ,1,at wllll 1"1
as t UeMir"?J by,...-0 "lae"l'""--
as It Is called In polltlcs-yet ho will
rn, hatl0nn)t t0 Jr8tr?- ,r 'snoie It.
omnos'edTntlrclv of' , '."I an'i,rar,,y
an??n rtwoH t.f .h 1 Jui,bU wl" l"
act to dwell In the lonesomeness and
SB nrSnlli " H,!,l"0,ltr' ani1 " in
ktP l,lb eVCry elorat'nt
that Is essential to success, must be
inclination and c.,cumsan?es, led
wonderful capacity for Instantaneous
and correct conclusions, all the Intui
tive knowledge or his great geniMii
seem always to be nt his Immediate
command. It requires opposition
.ion. musi oe giants indeed.
The proverb which savs that somo
men are born great, some achtavo
greatness, and some hae greatnets
thrust upon them, may be questioned.
It Is doubtful whether a man who Is
not born great can ever achieve great
ness. Tor ir rame bo thrust upon a man
or common nnture he will he apt to
contradict tho proverb by proving un.
equal to the occasion. I doubt If cir
cumstances, or accident ever made u
great man. They may develop latent
genius but God Almighty enjoys a mo
nopoly or Its creation.
ineouore lloosevelt Is a leader f
'men. leading not morelv liv minorim-
.,...- , ..: ::..
'noK'na taxe direction from self-sac-
rlflco from care for others. In few
natres aie to be found poised with
Pet'eal, and the practical Clements
l,uc'' perloctnesa and exactness, tne
ol "llmI- H early inspirations toalc
scl0"",y ways. He loved to unravel
lne "lybtt-nes of science, to anaiyzo
tno 'l'Kellds oi history, to ttninngta tne
i'al"B "' pniiosopny, 'inL.u n laced
unhtnchlngly the exigencies ot a west-
eru iroimer lne. ne borrowed dli
nity and grace trom tno untamed gtan
deur ot pnysical nature. L'ourago was
his oy instinct and Innerltance. His
hardy, hopeltil zeal saw liien mimn.
In every storm that beat his cabin. As
a result ot this noble edurntlnn h..
presents nl's tnottgnts In Kngllsn as
lcJ.BO anl vlrllo as It Is pure.. He
l"lB ulu mouei lor nis expression
Horn i.ie classic nhllnunnnv ... !,
cliints. He draws the inspiration or
his action from the practical pniioso
pny of tho day. His bow has the
BWeeP and beauty of one wielded by
an ancient archer, the arrow strikes
l'" mark with the precision and powpr
of n l.niiot t- Z . " LviJ" .:r
,hl,ll' n Greek and acts 'in Anglo-
Uavnn IJ it. .... o
-- 1'v.m, hu is me vncvauer llav
nrd or his centurv. He hn i, .t,.. ..'..
Bt,ness f purpose and devotedness
"t the Puritan, and all the grncn
ourtesy and dash of the Cavalier He
would he equally at homo In Athens
or in Chicago. The restless hurrjdnz
'llfoof the west suits his arVntspm
-tho calm philosophy of the ancients
Is congenial to his classic mind lie
lb the type of Northern chivalry-!! 0
"''S0' 'a -'arlng mlngleS w h
.of "crect? cl "ertnlltdeKlS
U .V'"1 never uo 8ald of hhn as Kontt:
uello snld or a French statesman that
"ho has as good a heart I ."an hi
nn.n ... .,... .'...' . an "
brains are e o partners In his rna"
"P - Mr- Roosevelt Is equally weM
I'luicssur on mo cnaracter of Perlclm
or to engage In a war of wit on lhe
hustings. He raced the Iron hall m
Santiago unflinchingly 'and J few
cXc88uaedSf Hi. i
ti.. 1.1., -. ., . . .
rarVel-artordsa lessot, wh ch may'weH
put Into the Immlies iTeart ZuYh
onibodlod In the character of ,nS
who Yl the racl may' wea the laurel
but one such selec hfn redeems manv
of the or.ors of our pontics ami .En?,
'?."".. nat. "- 1""' achieved. Not nil
President Roosevelt Is above swy!
thins else. Intensely owl wnSlneiV
Amorlcan-not In a narrow sense hit
with n broad concept 011 of the ml'ghu'
Uestlny ,tat carac to u1.en Dowej's
Blln8 rrushed open the doors of tho
Onent. The needs of civilized Asu
'll " make o?tne?Pac no a rivalif
the A"1"1'1" aa a commercial ocean,
Tho United stnie nt Am,i 1. ,".
of President Roosevelt to become still
greater. In that greatness and growlu
the peoplo ot these Islands will partic
ipate. With sorrow then for our doii-l
wo conjoin greeting to our living Pres
ident nnd across seas and shores wo
send him the assurance of our confi
dence and love.
Tho gathering dispersed with tho
singing of "America."
Agents, Brokers and Jobber.
H. P. BALDWIN President
J. P. CASTLE 1st Vice President
W. M. ALEXANDER.... 2nd Vice Prei
J. P. COOKE Treasurer
W. O. SMITH Secretary
OEO. II. CARTER Auditor
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahtku Sugar Company.
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
He California ant1 BrkiUI S. 5. n.
Western Sugar Refinery Company of
Baldwin Locomotive Works of PhlU-v,
dclphla, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), New York, U. S. .
N. Oblandt & Co.'s Chtmtcal Fertil
izers. Alex". Cross & Sons high-grade Fertil
izers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering. (
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
Parafflne Paint Co.'i P. A B. Paints aad
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), In whit
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime and
CASTLE & COOKE
II ON O jLYUjL,U.
The Ewa Plantation Co. - ' ' "
The Walalua. Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co. v
The Wnlamea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis. Ma
The Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance Co.
The Etna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
LIFE and FXRK
Nbw England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
tna Fire Insurance Company
Wm. G. Irwin & Co,
Wm. O. Irwin,. President and Manager
Claus Spreckels Vice President
W. M. GlfTard.. Second Vice President
H. M. Wnltney, Jr. . . .Txeas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AOENTO OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
C. BREWER & SO,, LTD.
nueen street, Honolulu, T. H,
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomea Sugar Co..
Honomu Sugar Co.,-Walluku Sugar Co.,
Makee r.ugar Co., Haleakala Ranch Co.,
The Planters' Line of San Francisco,
Packet; Chas. Berwer & Co.'s Line of
. LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. M. Cooke, President; Oeorg
Robertson, Manager; B. F. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. K.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H, Wa
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULI'.
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co. k
Domestic Sewing Machine, Kto7k
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