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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. f 'THURSDAY. OCT 3. IfOI.
75 and 70 King Street
TELEPHONE NO. 31.
NOW Is tho tline to get leaks and
breakages seen to, nntl jour
Roofs Put in Order.
By competent workmen.
The Plumber's Strike
Is over, and I am again prepared
to do Plumbing, Sewering and
Sheet Iron Work as heretofore.
, Estimates furnished... Work
manship ana material guaran
teed. m .
fJ8S IN Otto fJf
Store, Bertanla Near Emma St.
1el White 3571.
SHEET METAL WORKS
H. W. BARTH.
Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ventilator
Conductor Pips and Gutter Work.
fflrbari Strut, tft. Queen ini MfTChtnt sonolutu
Jobb it prenHly atifet.d Is.
Tel. White 41 P. O. Box j7o.
Notice lo Property Owners.
1 have In mv employ FOUR FIRST
CLASS PLUMBbRS from the Coast. I am
now ready to figure on vour work at the
lowest prices My men are Union Men.
Give me a tr al.
C. II. BROWN,
rtrrltnrv Stables. King St.
Albert R. Cunha
' ATTORNEY AT LAW.
308 Stanjjenwald Building
W. Anstin Whiting,
W. J. Robinson,
Removed 'to Room 306, Judd Building
J. M. KANEAKUA,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Office Bethel St., Near the Postofflce.
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. IIEXKIQUES, P150P.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance Is offered for
SEB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages neet the S. S. Mauna Loa
at Kallua and take passengers overland
to Hookena, where the steamer Is met
Manufactured from Pure
Delivered free to any part of
city by enurteous drivers.
Oahfl Ice and Electric Co.
cL. BLUE 3151
HOFFMAN Si MARKHAM.
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE.
F. W. Thrum,
flOOM 400. BOSTON "BLOCK.
TEL. .MAIN 04.
Mrs. H. ti. Williams
Art Embroidery and Stamping.
Full line of Art Materials : : :
Art Embroidery Taught : : :
Love Building. Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 149.
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
CORNER KlNli AND
CALIFORNIA AND ISLAND FRUITS
ICP Housn GOODS
Rtctlvtd by Eiry Stcaatr,
Wfrf !- b -Jy
Ji mi . . 'I
1 to STOMACH
InJlRest.on an J Dyrepsla have vrec'tJ
i iiuny ne5 rruyie wnu ajc wmh .ii-.m
' m'seiable hoiilJ know that health wo I i
rrlurn f the Jleestlon vv ere inaJe norma . 1
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Tl.t- 1 l.,.t !, .-.,. lltl,, U..t..
! Storcnch Hitters brlnM about. It cure
MnnuilitntlnH ItlHAIIuMauu. .
votmncHHi liver unci Idilney troulv
i les, and proJuces vjuni sleep. It will
1 make you well. See that our prlvntc
revenue Ktmnp covers the nek of the
A Poe to
Surgeons, Physicians and Dentists.
' Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
OriiCF, Main. tit.
I Boston Bciinia
HOURS ti A m
tO I. P.M i
to t P. l . 1 to p
" O Box lot
SYS ,,., p m
Dr. F. J. Rayner,
, Crown and Bridge
I HO"RS q TO i.
' 3Q4 Boston Block.
Dr. Albert E. Nichols
1154 Alakea Street.
Office Hours D to 4
A. C. WALL, D.D.S.
G. E. WALL, D.D.S.
Love Building. Fort Street.
Hour. 9 to t. Telephone. 434
llr. J. Ateherley lias removed kl nt.
, nil- from 70S lint stieet to 343 Kins'
Mivi'i. uexi 10 upeiu House.
Hours 10 a. m. to 4 p. ni.
Tel. Blue 1231.
Office Tel. White 1371.
Dr. W. H. Jones
M.R.C.V.S., M.V. M.A., ondon.
OFFICE Hotel Stables
RESIDENCE "The California," Em
ma street 191C-3U
Dr. Wm. G. Rogers,
SURGLON AND SPECIALIST.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Exclusively
REMOVED to new olllce, 114G Ala
Kea Street, opp. nrwallan Hotel.
Hours. 9 to 12, 3 to 5.3U, 7 to S; Sun
days, 9 to 11.
A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON UlUa , fORT STUET
OVEU MAY CO.
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Fine English and American Goods
05 Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
i O Box;Hi. TEL-xiti o;
LaJtci iklrt c!eanJ, Clottilng
cltanti, 4J an4 repalrrJ.
Suits maie toedfr.
Fit giuranteta Lontpke.
Furl trtt, titit Kukul, and
Dtir Orititum rttlrr.
Hflcts Clranlog ont lull, 7jc,
Dftlnt lull U 11
AND FULLY CHARTED
North S ilncy. C. H Sept. 13. The
Arctic steamship Erik from Cape Sn
bine, Kllesmere l.nml, reached this
pert today. K embody on board il
vi til . We lift Mr. Pinry at itcrschel
Hay Camp on August 29. He had suc
ceeded In loundlng the nuithcrn limit
of the Gieciiland archipelago, the most
northeily known land In the world,
piuuably the most noitherly land, lie
eiecis in gpenci me ftinier hi i. apn
Sabine nnd push north toward the pole
1 ..... .....i.,..
.... . . ..... ..I...... .. M
'" ,,,v THh
Mr. Peniy lenihed the Windward nt
Payer Harbor on which we, his family,
had been for eight months Imprisoned
In the Ice. at dawn on May C. lie enmo
Just ns lie did to the Kite, nine ears
befoicfrom his Inland Ice march. For
eight months Ignorant of each other'
piesenre, we had been within 2o0 mile
of each other. Mr. I'eary nt Koit Con
ger and at his meat caches fifty miles
west In the I.nkc Kenzen country ami
the Windward and our patty at Paver
Harbor, a mile or so south of Cape S.i
bine, where we vvpre finally stopped
at the end of August. 11)00.
.Mr. 1'carj brought us first news of
his great innrch of n year before which
took him over the mot northerly land
of the globe to the highest l.ttltiide
ever gained by nn American, nlong an
unknown coast 1C0 miles beyond Lock
wood's farthest north. Mr. I'eary
finally and accurately defined the nor
thern coast of (Jreenland, nil the way
I mind to Independence Hay, where ho
had planted his country's flag nine
Mr. Peary, with Matt and five Esqui
maux, left ntnh on April in. 1D0O and
on May S, having In the meantime,
cent back In parties of two each, four
of the natives, opened I.ockwood's. fur
thest north l!3 deg. 30 mln. 25 sec.)
calm of 1SS2 and substituting nintter
of his own, pushed forward with Hen
son and the other Ksn.ulninux, to S3
deg. 39 mln., where ho found that the
toast tinned sharply to the eastward.
Striking out due noith from this point
for the pole, he was able to ndvance
but a short distance to S3 deg. lit) mln.,
before he met the moving disintegrated
paik, a mass of broken lie nnd open
wnter, which made fill titer progress In
thut direction Impossible.
Returning to the land he resumed
his eastern march nlong the coast nnd
continued It until nt about S3 deg. X.
25 deg. V. he recognized the lofty
headland, vvhlib In IS02 he had seen
from Nuvy Cliff at the head of Inde
pendice Hay. Theie he tested for
two dajs. waiting .n vain for fog to
lift nnd reveal further features of land
and sen. but unfavorable conditions
lontiniilng he laid his homeward
couise alonij the outward traik nnd
arrived n( Port Conger on June 15 with
men nnd dogs In good condition.
Mr. Peary Bends full and carefully
detailed charts of his newly dlxcoveied
country to the Peary Arctic Club with
thP KMiniPat.M., that nnnin.n.lnt.,n ,
"" ""'",h,,,,v "m
puhlliatlon be deferred until romple-
Hon of his work and nturn home
The new mast shows marked i bango
at the r.irthest north and the bold
headlands and deep ords ,e succeed-
;:," ' n; ;; -" -
evidences of a lontlnenfal term nnl
coast. The likeness of this fiieenland 1
iiust , that of arlnnell Innd vve.t
of Cape lleila Is marked and points
tle.irly to slmllnr londltlons of land
and sen mid suggests that It Is me lit
toral of the true Arctic basin
Musk oxen, hear, lemming nnd ham
vveie Killed and n wolf seen and filed
at In the new country nnd Indications
f anlnu, life isolated p.obably from, of' the" ArV. c 1.1 7n Xc y. I
Mi.theri, ltll..d.s. were abundant. In'm, finK tnat tllIs Cv4" c harac-
i L :::hi '"'-" "V Sir Clement, MarkhanTas
placed portions of the llg of his conn
try lud Ills private signal
try i mi li Is private signal and the
names of the Pcnry Arctic Club mem-l,n
her, timlpr uline fltienbiA. !, .. .i.
- . uuojiiia iiir iv ui K
was prosecutid. Temperature of tho
Journey ranged from 40 cleg, to 20 deg.
The remainder of 1900 nnd the (list
month of 1901 vveie spent by Mr. Peary,
wnu 1 oit Conger as a base. In prepara
tion for his advance on the pole by
waj of Cape Ilccln, the only temnlnliii
available route. Tne start from Con-
ficr. with the s.mic fmce. vvus made
on April 15. exactly a year nnni the
rlip.iiture of the south Oreenland ex-
vvvv WWOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
TVE GOT THE LION'S SHAKE ALL IUaHT UNOUCJH."
St, Paul J'lonttr Press.
pcdltlon. but ten das In the field ileni
onstratid that mm and dogs vveic not
It) lit condition, and that It would be
liii7Mi(loii8 If not hopelecs to pioceed.
Mi. Peniy therefore decided to return
to Kort Conger and begin liiimidlately
woik on nn expedition for the spring
of 1902, his first step being n trip
southwntd to learn If possible; what he
might depend on. regarding the nnxll
Inij ships of Kmio mid Hull.
l'our busy months followed. The
Windward bloke nut of the lie on July
3 and nfter n month's successful work
In Inglefleld Gulf among the walrus,
of vvblrh 123 were killed and landed
nt llrumt Island, was Joined on Au
gust t by the Erik, the auxiliary ol
li'OI. The total walrus score of both
ships In ISO, or about ninety tons of
food for men nnd dogs, which, with
meat and skins of forty deer, are at
leady available for next spring's woik.
Mr. Peniy has established bis bead
quarters for the winter nt Pa.ver har
bor, where the Windward was lie.
bound. Heavy Ice fiom Kane riasln
pi evented the Erik from reaching thu
new ,mf' "nil after four d.i.vs of vain
and arduous effort. .Mr. Peary and bis
party. Including his faithful Ksqiilmos
with their lighter supplies, vveie dis
embarked nt a temporary camp In Her
sihel Ray. ten miles south, on Aug. 29,
whence he expects In n few weeks to
transfer all to his permanent base not
more than ten miles distant.
The Windward, with Messrs. stein
nnd Wormbath as passengers. Is fol
lowing us. but neither shin had nem
of the 1'iam.
Our winter on the Windward was
monotonous, but comfortable, our told
osl. being but 40 degiees below. Onco
he had n close call by 'rafting' lie,
threatening to dilvc the Windward on
the rocks, hut the ship righted heiself
on the next tide. So icrlous Illness,
accident or mishap of any kind has be
fallen nny of the patties In the -Held
or on ship, and my husband, ut our
palling nt Herschel Hay Camp on Aug.
29 vvns In the best of health and full
of confidence that he will succeed In
the task wbli li be has sot for himself
for next spring. .My purpose now U to
rejoin him In the Wlnilw.ird at Cape
Sabine in August nAt and return with
him to tbu State?.
Josni'HiNi; ninuiTscii peart.
Mr. Peniy's letter to H. I.. Rrldgnun.
President of the Peary Antic Club,
which Mrs. I'tary refers to. It, iu ps.-;
"Conger, April 4. 1901.
"My Dear IWdgman.-- It clvis'mo
si cat pleasur' to present to the dull
lb,, results of the work of
"1. The rounding of tne i.ortUrn
limit of the Cieenlnnd ar.'hlpi lug, . Hi
most northern known land In the
world, probably the most northeily
2. The hlglict t latitude yet attained
l" " ... ' .-M.wir !C lil'tflfC'K,
in I lift Unelovn hnniltiiliiiHn El .1
..a. Thp l1otermnaton of lp or ,
, IUe b0.tfled , ,
btP) ctc ' v"
"rnnslderlnf. ti.ii i -,. . i .
XllX. Zy uZ
Ktali. I feel that this was doing tolrr-
nmv ...pI ,, .1m. ,,,,
"1 If"' ILl.? " ... ho i"?"
,,. soutliein'extremrty of t e arch,,
,,.n,. ,, ,rnm ,', . ... " ..."'
, pelngo, nnd from that time Norwe
gians. Dutch. Danes. Swedes, Kngllsli
men, Scotchmen and Americans have
ciepi gradually northward up Its
snoies. until, at last, through the In
stiiimentnllty nnd liberality of the club,
Its northern cape has been lifted out
second In Imnortance nnlv in ii n.
. tnlnment iif the Pole Itself should fall
1P cl08,n(? j.enr of ueZ y.
i . . . l,u "' ll
I do not rapture the Pole Itself In this
spring's campaign. I shall try It agalu
"My gratitude nnd respects to all tho
members of the club.
"Alwnjs most sincerely. PEARY
"Dr. De drlcht takes this letter south!
to be sent by natives to Cape York,
tin nee by whaler to the British Consul
nt nny civilized port." '
Mr. Peary also sends to tho club a
complete unci detailed chart of his
newly-dlscoveied coast and other work.
THE SANITARY OFFICER'S
REPORT FOR SEPTEMBER
General Obedience to Orders for Abat
ing of Nuisances Work
of District Inspectors
C, H. Tracy, clt,v sanitary ufllier, r
poits fm September; building nppll
lutluns n reived. .u, of which 35 vveia
uppiovcd, Applli.itlons held by this
ollke S. and bj the Survey depaitmeut, I
i. Applications of un-vloitk luontlu
Cesspools located during tho mouth,
liulldlngs altered or moved so as to
louform to the Euultniy lobulations of,
the Hoard of Health, II.
Inspections bcfoie, during and nflel
Inspections for sanitary reasons, 372.
CtrtlHiutes for hattil, restaurant of
lodglug house llienses applied for, 29,
of which 22 were Issued and 7 held for
sanitary work to, be finished. Pom '
llienses were Issued on previous nppll-1
cations. Number of adults which can
by law be lodged In thcbu buildings .
Seveu formal coniplaluts have been'
(lied and live have leeu Investigated
ami the nuisances abated. Of the other
two jne Is being abated and the
uthr was found to b groundless.
Ten 43-hour notices have been serv
ed iiud all but one acionmlliberi their
purpose. One has not yet expired.
Three arrests have been made. The
Hist two piefcued to do what was re-1
quired and vveic released. The third, a
native caught dumping garbage In the
street w,n leprlmanded and dlscharg-i
Several notices to connect to tho
public s-iwer ssteni have been served.
Two builders wltltout permits hava '
been otdercd to get permlU.
The city Sanitary officer calls atten
tion to n pond near Wilder avenue and
Pllkol street, wnlch Is a menaie to tho
public health. Asilulnnt Superinten
dent of Public Works Campbell prom
ised to All the pond but had uot dons
At yesterday's meeting of the Hoard
of Health the pond was condemned ns
a r.iilar.ie on Mr. Tracy s report.
Reports of sanltaiy Inspectors for
September show the fallowing total
results, being hoiiso Improvements or
dered and finished, together with num
ber of Inspections made In each dis
trict J.ia B. Oorman. district No 1. Or
ducil Ivi: finished, 431; Inspections,
A O. Hltcluock, district No. 2. Or
dered "9; finished, 57; Inspections,
II. P Incobson, district No. 3. Or
dered, ;;?; finished, 50."; old orders
finished, 12: Inspections, 1012.
VI vk haves, district No. -I. Ordered.
CO"; finished. 173; old ordeis finished,
33; lnpectlons, 1201).
T. V. Carroll, district No. .-,. Of
deied. 7o.': flnlslied. Old; old orders
finished, 20: Insiiectlons. 1530.
J. W, Francis, district No. fi. Order
cd. 101; finished. 3CS; old orders finish
ed, ICS, Inspections. 1C2J.
Kvery Day Affords New Proofs of the
pecullai effects of PAIN-KII.I.KH. In
cases where a disordered condition of
.ho stomach, liver and bowels Is com
bined with great debility, nervous
weakness, and Intense melancholy, IU
elfecth aro most beneficial and wonder
ful. It should be kept by every family.
Avoid substitutes, theie la lint one
Paln-Klller. Peny Davis'. Price 25c audi
"W-ll. sub." lejolued the Colonel. "I
shall havo to ask jou to call It some
thing else. I have tiled It, sufi"
MISFORTUNES ATTEND THE
AIRSHIP THAT IS STEERED
New York, Sept. 20. Tho Paris edi
tion of tli..- Heiald publishes mlilttloii.il
dclalli lomernlug the latest Smash ol
the nlrshlp of M. Santos Dumaiit The
Hi raid ia:
M. Santos Dumoitt's balloon had 1
niusli up M. Santos Dumont's des
tiny appeals to be success followed by
n,,M.,r., 111... I
i ,i i . . o . '4 "" ' . '
Jul l.i, August S, mid September , t
c'l'ti.tnor!" ,,,a: 'i1! r,; i,a"f",8t, - '
, In I K,l "t"1""" '!
good luck In his experiments would
,!,,,' ... , '
In the latest attempt the chances
seemed eutliely In his favor, there
vns no wind and the steeinble balloon
v iim in peuecc snnpe All the condl- hl new balloon, constructed with so
thing so long and patiently waited for much lare, but to all purposes uuninv
appeared to be combined. The aeio- crt, Mi Santog I)llmont Bnook ,,,,
mint passed tho night nt the pavilion ,,, his friends, who sunounded the
p Longchamps. close to the balloon car and told them ho regretted abovo
house to take advantage Qf the early au tho delay which this catustiopho
morning hours and the favorable ion-, would Involvo In the experiments, for
"" f" ""c "l "'" i""u en me
)"" niaiuiiB IICIIU cue rraillO clAcle
'station, he classed the Selno without
uimuiuijr unci iiieiieuvereci inr nn injur
with perfect success over the course' at
Longchamps. Eveiythlng went as well
ns iinild bo dcslied, and M. Santos Du-
uiont decided to devote the entire day
to his aeronautic experiments, reserv
ing two horn to making n call In tho
car at a restamunt In the Hols for
Hut he was stopped from n wholly
Insignificant cause. For some infinites
lifter observing that the ever-capricl-ous
petroleum motor was working Ir
regularly, he remained near the tenter
of the raco couise In order to have a
place for coming to the ground In tho
event of tho motof stopping.
As his friends gathered In a group
at one end of the race couise he direct
ed his course tow aid them to ask them
When n rooiI ihy
sieinn prescribes licer
for n unlii'iit it is
Sclililr. liciT. A phy
sician knows thu val
ue of purity.
Ask himliow germs
affect beer anil ho
will till you that few
stomachs can digest
them, lie will say
at once that impure
beer is unhealthful.
You will know then
uhv we brew
under such rigid pre
cautions whv we
even filter the airlhal
touches it; why we
filter the beer, then
sterilie every bottle.
If you knew what
we know and what
your physician knows
about beer, you, too,
would insist on
Mnctnrlune A Co . I.ttl .
21 Kunhumnnu St.. Honolulu.
Call tor the llrcwrry Moulin,:.
An article which has tcoJ severe
tests, and which jn be furnished
as wanteJ, In good condition.
Sample can be seen
at the store of
Lewers & Cooke,
J. D. Jewett
,. J. WILLIAMS
SulM-ril fur the AVKKICI.Y
lM'J.LKTJX, oul.y ?1 per unuuiu.
to come nearer the center. At this
moment, when wheeling round nt
great sliced like nn automobile when
tinning the coiner of a street, the bal
loon was driven against biimo high
trees. Its lover brushed the branches
slightly, but enough to cause mischief.
In nil Instant It was In ribbons nnd
, mmiletnl,. An,,, tin. 1 n. lu U'lO ....1.1m
' ' '"l""" ' " " tuuir
le"f "f hydrogen.
Thn ,, i,0.,rii,,r .i, ,.ii,, i ,i,.
- - z u ss z
Kr01""'' '"'' "-""'"" "'"""""1
gtnn.llng In the cur uninjured. In tho
ml'Ut. of splluteis of wood and stilpv
()f toln 8k nd a ,,,,,, we)) f , ,
Muih vexed in lenllty at tho loss of
tho vast nmoiuit of damage dono to the
rover, fr-imn nn.l mnlii... un,,l.i l
several weeks to repair. Moreover, his
workmen vveie greatly worn out by
their assiduous toll ever slncrr last
May. and (lno days are becoming so
few and far between that the complet
ed success reasonably reckoned upon
this ear Is seilnusly compromised,
Nevertheless the aeronaut, whose
peiseverame Is the object of admira
tion of nil who mo nblo to appieclate
It, forgetting the strain upon himself,
will continue to puisuo his entcrpilse
and will set patiently to work to re
sumo his experiments directly tho
Santos-Dumout VI Is repaired, provid
ed the atmospheric conditions nre fa
vorable, In October, or even In No
vember. When winter arrives he will
perhaps seek under n milder climate
the conditions of temperature neces
sary for his experiment.
Agents, Brokers and Jabbers,
H. P. DAMJWIN President
J. II. CASTI.D 1st Ylce President
W. M, ALEXANDER.... 2nd Vice Pres
J. P. COOKD Treasurer
W. O. SMITH Secretary
OEO. 11. CAIITEU Auditor
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pala Plantation Company.
N'ahlkti Sugar Company.
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian 'Sugar Company.
Kahulul Itallroad Company.
Tie California and Oriental S. S. a.
W.G. Irwin &Ga
Western Sugar Refinery Company of
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Phlla-
dclphla, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cano Shredder), New York, U. S. A.
N. Ohlandt & Cos Chemical Fertll-
Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade Fertil
izers for Cano and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
Parafflne Paint Co.'s P. & B. Paints and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled,
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), la whit
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime and
CASTLE & COOKE
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co,
Tho Walamca Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis. Ma
Tho Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
The New England Life. Insurance Co.
The Etna FIro Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
LIFE and FIRE
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
tna Fire Insurance Compart
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. G. Irwin. .President nnd Manager
Clans Spreckels Vice President
W. M. Glffard.. Second lce President
II. M. Wnltney, Jr....Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross '. .Auditor
AGENTO OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
C. BREWER 100., LTD-
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomca Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sucar Co.. Walluku Sump r.n
Mnkee r.gar Co., Haleakala Ranch Co.,
Tho Planters' Lino of San Francisco,
Packet; Chas. Bervvcr & Co.'s Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. M.' Cooke. President? Run.n
Robertson. Manairer: E. F. nishrm
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. w. p
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Wa
terhouse and Geo. R, Carter, Director.
QUEBN ST., - HONOLUU .
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
Tho Galolso Insurance Co.
Union Gas Englno Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
Genernl Manager of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United States for the Ha
Office, : Merchant St. ; Honolulu.