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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T., MONDAY, OCTOnBtl SI. tWl.
75 and 70 King 8tref .
TELEPHONE NO. J1
NOW la tho time to got i . n id
breakages scon to, an 4 yt.iT
Root 8 Put In 'OJct'
By com pot on t worl;t;u
The Ptomber's F like
Is over, and I a f
to do Plum1:'
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clas. Nott, Jr..
Store, Bertanla Near Emma St.
Tel, Whit 3S71.
SHEET METAL WORKS
H. W. BARTH.
Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ventilator
Conductor Wn and Gutter Work.
gk but Stnrt, tat. Qul ml Mvfc&ant oaolulu.
Jobb m proaetly nn6.il ,..
M. White 41 P.O.Ttna70.
Notice to Property Owiers.
I have In my employ FOUK FIRST
CLASS PLUMBERS from the Coast. I am
now ready to figup on your work at the
lowest prices My men are Union Men.
G.ve me a tt.al.
C. H. BROWN.
Territory Stable. Klne St.
C. R. Hemenway
OFFICE 406 JUDD BUILDINQ.
TEL. 314 MAIN.
Albert R. Cunha
ATTORN BY AT LAW,.
808 8tangenwRld Building
TELEPHONE MAIN 91
W. Aistin Whiting,
W. J. Renins
Beamed to Room 306, Jndd Building
J. M. K4NEAKUA,
' ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Office Bethel SL, Near the Poitoffic.
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. HENRIQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
For Bxcursi ns ,
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance Is offered for
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriage meet the a S. Mauna Loa
at Kailua and take passenger overland
to Hookeoa, where the steamer la met
Manufactured from Pure
DltotilUd Water - - - -,
Dellvced free to any part of
cltv by courteous drivers.
Oaha Ice and Electric Co.
cL. BLUE USl
rl t ..
a New Lot of . . .
Beaver Lunch Rooms
m .1 NOI.TB
Set of 5 map, $2.00
60 OKS'TS EACH
On sale at ofticr ot . . .
THB . . .
rgeons, Physician and Dentist.
Dr. Archibald fl. Sinclair.
TELE 'HONES i
OFtlCI, MAIN, )J)
HOUHS ti A, n. 10 i
jto s r. m.s i to i r. a.
SUNDAY P. M
I. O. Box loi.
Dr. Albert E. Nichols
1154 Alike Street
OOlce Hours 9 to 4
A. 0. WALL, D.D.8.
0. E. WALL, D.D.S.
Love Building, Port Street.
Hours. 9 to 4. Telephone. 434.
Dr. J. Atcherley has removed his of
fice from 708 Port street to 343 King
street, next to Opera, House.
Hour 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Tel. Blue 1261.
Office Tel. Whit 1371.
Dr. W. H. Jones
M.R.C.V.8 M.V. M.A, ondon.
OFFICE Hotel Stable
RE8IOENCE "The California," Em-
ma street 1916-3m
Dr. Wm. G. Rogers,
SURQlON AND SPECIALIST.
Eye, Ear, Note and Throat Exclusively
REMOVED to'.now office, 1146 Ala
kea btrcet, opp. Hawaiian Hotel.
Hours. 9 to 12, 3 to 6:30, 7 to 8; Sun
days, 9 to 11. s v
oiton sido ,
ovf hav a CO.
New Haven, Conn., Oct 6. A turn
ble cost Yaie a ciean score In to
aay's. struggle withune Tune Colloge
eieven. u was an unnecessary error
on lue part ot an overconnuent substi
tute tnat gave tne luiis tne onl)
coance incy naa to score, Tutts wai
noi able 10 hold her own at any potnl'
witn ine formidable rusn line of Kale.
r'inai score, iv 10 t.
Cambridge. Mass.. Oct. 6. Harvard
deieaied usies loaay 16 to 6, tne vis...
ors score being mado on a tumble by
bwann on Harvard iio-yard line and
tne quick work ot lilake ot uates, aid
ea o me good intereirence ot Allen
ror Harvard Hisune and Cutts did
tne best wont, and Moody made most
ot tne gain tor Bate.
Pniladeipnla. Oct. 6. The Univer
sity ot .Pennsylvania touay detested
Bute College of Beilcfonume, Pa., by
vuo score oi 23 to tt.
Pnnceion. N. J., Oct 6. Princeton
detea.ed Havertord todav bv a scon
of 47 to 0. The only teaturea were
several long-enu runs by t'nnceton'a
baiioacka and DewitL
New York. Oct. 6. Columbia de
feated William tuts afternoon on Li
gridiron at the Polo grounds by a
score of 6 to u. Tnu touchdown that
won the game was mauo by Weekea
alter a sensational run. Two threat
ened toucuaowns by Williams were
prevented by Columbia leu nail Back
turougn bis alertness in tailing on the
ball at two critical times wnen Wil
liams fumbled. It wo only by the
narrowest, of margins that Columbia
escaped deieat. in the secend half
sne was entirely on too defensive. (
Ituaca. Oct. &. Though Cornells
playing was entirely creditable and at
times brilliant, her eleven scored but
six points against Bucnea today. In
snensivo play Cornell was last ana
maao splendid gams.
tiigniana rails, n, y.. Oct. d. west
Point Cadets 20, Frankun-Marenal!
College ot. Lancaster, Pr., O.i ..There
were three touchdowns, one by Pblppt,
1-awson and. Day, and ualy kicked
a goal from the fletd.
Annapolis, Md., Oct, 6. The Naval
Cadet team opened up the season to
day with n game with Georgetown Uni
versity. Two halve ot nrteen min
utes each were played, In which neith
er managed to score
Carlisle, Pa., Oct. 6. Inolans, 11;
Dickinson College, 6,
The Orippe. This can be avoided by
taking teaspoonful doses of PAIN
KILLER In hot water sweetened, as
well as by'external application, full di
rections are on each bottle. A bottle of
Paln-Kllkr kept In the house will prove
valuable not onl for tho Grippe, but
for ordinary coughs and colds, Avoid
substitutes, there Is but ono Paln-KIH-er,
Perry Davis'. Prlco 25c. and 60c.
Tho "Al-Vlsta" Is tho namo of the
new panoramic: camera, lieforo buying
hove us snow It to you. Far ahead of
anything yet made In the camera lino,
Honolulu Photo' Supply Co.
A. M. '
PEARL HARBOR WITH
STAKES AND BUOYS
IVnrl Harbor and the channel lead
Ing from the Bea Into It liaire been
staked nnd buoyed so that now the
place Is navigable In safety by small
yachts. On Saturday Commodore T.
W. Ilobron of tho Hawaii Yaciit Club
left this city In the yacht Gladys for
I'earl Harbor to do the work.
Off l'uuloa on the windward side of
the channel the first bad point was
marked at tho outer edge by a stake
bearing n red nnd white flag plainly
vlslblo for several hundred fet. The
next point marked was the mauha end
of the shark pen on the ice side of tho
channel which, for a long tlmo, has
been n favorite "bumping" place for
the pleasure craft. This second stake
should be given n wide berth nnd It It
not safe to go within one hundred feet
of it, leaving It on the port side In en-
terlng the harbor. Opposite Puuloa
and to windward, where a long sand
spit extends out, a buoy with red nnd
whito flag was placed. Further
along, on the opposite side, a stake
marking n shallow spot, was placed.
Opposite the entrance to West Loch,
another buoy was placed, marking a
bad ledge coming from the mauka
side. Off the Peninsula the third buoy
wna placed which marks n shoal to
the left on tho port side going towards
Wolau. Two stakes with Hags, tnnu-
ka of Pord's Island, were placed and
should be left on the starboard side
In going from the Peninsula nroumt tho
Island to windward. These two stake
mark the worst place far small boats
In tho harbor and should be kept well
to leeward. i
A chart of the hnrror frith the dan
gerouH spots marked Is to be gotten
out by the Hawaii Yacht Club for the
iiso ot Its members nnd courses laid
down on It so that a trip to nnd In the
beautiful cruising grounds will soon
be robbed of Its terrors for the ama
teur sailors, who have heretofore been
kept-away by the difficulties attendant
nn sailing there.
Pearl Harbor Is without doubt one of
the finest bodies of water In tho world
for small boats and the enjoyment of
cruls'nir tiicre Is enrhanced by the fact
that without some little skill, a yachts
man will get himself In trouble
In former years and, In fact, only as
fur back ns yesterday, It was a com
mon occurrence for the larger boats to
ret Into plltkla on the shoals which
abound In Pearl Harbor. Crews were
In tho habit of going perparrd to strip
Cost of building America and wlnn'ug cup In England $. 76,000
Cost of building Magic, first cup defender 60.000
Expense of maintaining Magic In race of 1870 . 10,000
Cost of building schooners Columb't and Sappho In 1871 .... 100,000
Expenses of preparing, for and saU'ng races 20,000
Cost of building and maintaining fie 'defenders Madeline, 1876,
and Mischief, 1881 - , 120.000
Cost of Puritan, cup. defender In, 183S 30.000
Cost of Prlscilla, would-be cup defender '. 30,000
Cost of defending cup with Mayflower, 1886 100,000,
Cost of defending cup with Volunteer, 1887 120,000
Cost of defending cup .with Vigilant, 1893 160,000
Cost ot defending cup with. Columbia, 1899 250,000
Cost of Constitution -...,'. 260.000
Cost of Independence, entered in trials 200,000-
Rxpenses of Columbia, 1901 ,. 250,000
Public has spent to witness races (estimated) . 3,000,000
Total cost ot cup defense
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at any minute and go overboard In an
effort to get their boats off tho coral.
The Bonnie Dundee, now the Mary
L., had a favorite trick of bringing up
all standing on a reef nearly every time
she went to the harbor and many It
the time some of the best known cltl-
tens of Honolulu have had to put on
their birthday clothes nnd pull for fur.
Jher orders In nn effort to get the
Scotch boat with her deep keel back
Into deep water. On her visit yester
clay, the boat made connections twice,
The first time was off Ford's Island
when she was on for an hour and the
second time, near tho shark pen where
the depth of water was misjudged,
She was got off this spot without much
difficulty, however, and then she pro
cceded In company with the Gladys to
BIG YACIIT RACE
The two yachts Mary L and Gladys
ramc together yesterday for the first
time since Regatta Day and had a
merry race from Puuloa to the city In a
line steady breeze which allowed the
Mnry I, to carry her gaff topsail all
the way and then be beaten. Starting
together with the Mary L slightly In
the lend, tho boats squared nny for
tho bar. The Mary L was about fifty
yards ahead ot the Oladys off tho shark
pen when she stopped suddenly ,and
her crew prepared to get her off a reef
she had found. Under the unfortunate
circumstances, the Oladys stood by to
render assistance but tho largo crew
aboard the Mary. L were c&pablo of
looking out for themselves and, In
Bhort order, tbelr boat was off for
When tbo boats made their second
start the Oladys was again a little In
the rear and the Mary L led her over
the bar. Outside the breakers, the
Gladys Instead ot passing under the
lee of the .Mary L put In a short tack
towards shore nnd then headed for
Diamond Head Just along the outer
edge of the breakers. The Mary u
was far enough In .the lead to put In
short tack nlso, crossing tho Gladys'
bows. She came about and trailed on
behind tho, Gladys but slightly to
windward of the leading boat.
For about a mile the two were with'
In speaking distance of one another.
the Mary I. banging on to the Gladys
and neither one gaining any advan-
TO HOLD THE CUP
II. CLOSE HAULED.
tags. The wind trcshenod a bit and
the noa got somowhat lumpy; then the
Oladys began to Incrcauo her lead
rapidly, liolng close to the breakers,
both boats were carried to windward
o that after the ono abort tack they
did not tack again until off the mid
channel buoy at tbo entrance to the
harbor. At this point, tho Oladys was
a good ten minutes In the lead and In
coming about to enter the harbor, the
wind felt light and the Maty I. gained
From the rmd-cbannel buoy to tbo
lighthouse. It was a de.id Iwat with
fliiky wind. Tho Oladys was loo far In
the lead, however, to lie neaded and
crossed tbo line seven minutes ahead of
the Mary L The time of both boaU
from Puuloa to the mld-chinnel buoy
was remarkable and has seldom been
beAtcn. The Olaihs's time to that
mark was one hour and ten minutes
and her tlmo to the lighthouse one
hour and twenty-two minutes. The
Mary L. made tbo buoy In one hour and
twenty minutes and the lighthouse In
nine minutes later or seven minutes at
.er' tho Gladys. The dtstaaco sailed
was about seven miles.
SMALL' FRY HAYE A TRY
The One steady breeze which the big
boats bad In the afternoon, did not
greet the third class boats In the morn
ing. Th Pirate, Shamrock, Myrtle
and Skip were out as usual for their
weekly discussion but there was noth
ing doing In the wind line.
The noats, except tho Myrtle, start
ed off pretty well together. The Myr
tle caught tbem off the spar buoy and
stjii'cd with them tho rest of the way.
Tho Walklkl course was not sailed yes
terday. Since the Skip sunk tho stake
boat last Sunday tbo natives have put
up the price ot standing watch and the
boys did not care to go to the cxpenso,
considering the very poor wind on
Tho bell buoy was selected for tho
turning stake and the Pirate made for
It In the lead. She was not beaded
during tho trip and beat tho 8hamrock
and Myrtle' by meral seconds at the
finish. Tho Skip took her usual post
tlon which 3ho held to the end of tho
race. Tbo Myrtle got third,
BLIMINATH THB NEGRO.
Charleston. S. C, Oct. C The deter
ruination of President Roosevelt's ad-
ministration to eliminate tho negro
irom Republican . politics In Soutn
Carolina apd thi. South was shown to
day by ,tho announcement that John
O. Capers had been aopolnlcd a mem
ber of tho National Republican Com
mlttoo, defeating Candidate Deas, a
negro, who was strongly Indorsed by
Stulo leader's. The appointment was
mado by Senator Hanna. Deas Is
chairman ot the State Republican
Committee. Ho Is soeklng tho ofQc
of Collector of Internal Revenue, but It
has been announced from Washington
that, TV. W. C. Blatock. who Is sup
ported by Senator McLaurln. will got
Bonatrtr McLaurln is engineering the
new Republican movnment In this
Stale, although lie publicly claims to
be Htlll lii the Democratic ranks. Ho
has urged tbo President and Senator
Hanna-to leave the negro out of tho
question', In making Federal appoint
ment.' and it seems practically settled
that this course.w.'ll be followed with
out deviation.. Capers was a lifelong
Democrat, but joined tbo Republican
party, yery recently,
WaJluku, Oct. 19. The many friends
of Mr. and Mrs. II. A. tlaldwls ot Ha
makiuipoko, are very much grieved to
learn ot tho death of their three and a
half i year- old-son.i Leslie,,-their first
born, which sad event took place at
their homo last Wednesday. The causa
ot death was dysentery. The little
fellow had been tor two weeks under
the constant care of Dr. McConkoy but
not withstand lag that the best ot raedl
cal care and attention was bestowed
lipoa him, medical science was unaval
lug. The funeral took place from th
family residence last Thursday and
waa very largely attended. Floral tri
butes from friends were profuse. The
remains were Interred at the Malta
wao cemetery below the Makawao
DO AWAY WITH PA88B8.
Now York. Oct. 7. A' sub-commit.
toe repretttntlng all the 'railroads In
tbo Trunk Line. Central Traffic a.nd
Western. Passenger Associations met
in tho). ofOc'os ot tho Trunk Line Asso
ciation In this city today and voted to
recommend the complete abolition of
tho., fxcQ-pasHV system, to tako effect
January.'!, 1902. The committee was
appointed at tho nioetingiot tho presl
dents of abont forty Important sys
loms. held last'wlntor. Its work was
designed to bo supplemental to tho ac-
lion of tho preuldenta' order that
oasscu should not bo given to Influ
CARLIST8 ARE ACTIVE.
How York. Oct. 12. A special cor
respondent ot the Herald at Cerbero.
Franco, cables as follows:
Carl la t agents are overrunning the
Province ot Lerlda.
At a meettqg of Carli3t chiefs held at
a house In the Rue Fiisterle, at Per
plgnan, under the presidency of Gen
eral Moore, It was resolved to enter
Spain by way ot Lerlda and begin the
General Moore has left tor Mar'
OIL PRICKS DROP.
Now York, Oct, 8. On a sale of
abaut ono hundred shares tho price
ot Standard .Oil broke under S700 a
squaro In tho Ilroad street curb mar
ket today. The opening Bain was at
115, which was tho top prlco of tne
day, and tho final salo at fi95, which
was tno hottom price. This Is a de
rllno of about $65 a share slnco Hep
tombor 20th, tho day that tho Amalita.
mated Copper Company, In which
Standard Oil men arohoavi.y Interest
od, fallod to doclaro Its usual quarter
ly "oxtra" dividend. Standard Oil
stock has sold In tho curb markot as
high as SK2I.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Llrpmo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it
tails to cure. H W. Grovo's signature
Is on each box. so couts.
Wm. Q. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co:
: T. H.
San Francisco Agents The Ne
vada National Dank of San Francisco.
San Francisco The Nevada Na
tional Bank of Ban Francisco. '
London The Union Bank ot Lon
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Pari Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Drcsdner Bank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hongkong-Shanghai
New Zealand and Australia Bank
of Now Zealand.
Victoria and .Vancouver Bank of
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made on
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credit Issued, Bills ot Ex
change bought and sold.
Collection Promptly Accounted For.
BISHOP & CO.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit i.aed, available
in all the principal cities of the
Interest allowed after July 1,
1808, on fixed deposits 7 day
notico 2 per cent, (this form will
not hear interest unless it remains
undisturbed for ono month), 3
months 3 per cent., 6 months 3 1-2
per cent, 12 months 4 per cent.
Pioneer Bnilding ini Lean
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ASSET8, JUNE Jo, 1901, $80,043.37.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Saving Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on tho monthly install
Twenty-third Series of Stock Is now
OFFICERS J. L. McLean. Presl-
dent; A. A. Wilder, Vice President;
C. H. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear,
DIRECTORS J. L. McLean. A.
A. Wilder. A. V. Gear. C. B. Oray.
J. D. Holt. A. W. Keech. J. A. Lyle,
Jr.. J. M. Little, E. S. Boyd.
.A. V. GEAR.
Offleo Hours: 12:30 1:30 p. m. .
BISHOP & CO.
Saving Deposits will be
received and Interest allowed by the
Bank at four and one-halt per cent
Printed copies of the Rules and Reg
ulations may be obtained on applica
tion, j? . "
Office at bank building on Merchant
BISHOP tt CO.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Yen 24.000.000
Paid Up Capital ...... Yen 18,000,000
Reserved Fund Yen 8,510,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
Tho Bank burs and receives for col
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters ot Credit, and transacts a
general banking business.
On Fixed Per cent
Deposit. Per annum.
For 12 month 4
For 6 months 3
For 3 months 3
Bianch ot tho Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., Hi King Street
M'Klin UST WOW
Washington, Oct 6. Tho sons and
daughters ot the' late President McKln
ley native State of Ohio, who are now
resident ot Washington, paid a last
public tribute to the memory of their
Congressman, Governor and President
In a largely attended meeting at
Chase's Opera House today. The gath
ering was held under the auspices of
the Ohio Republican Association, but
was not confined to Obtoans. About
3000 people were present. The decora
tions were appropriate to the occasion.
. An Interesting feature of the .meet
ing was the reading of a letter from
Dr, M. D. Mann, one ot the President's
physicians, to the secretary of the as
sociation. It was dated Buffalo, Sep
tember 26th and said:
"As President McKlnley was dying
I stood behind a sereen In his room
and heard him say his last words. His
wife came Into the room, and he said
to her: 'Good -by, all, good-byr It la
God's way. Ills will be done, not ours.'
There was some further conversation"
with his wife In tho wny ot leave tak
ing, but this should not bo repeated.
About an hour later bo said to his
wife: 'Nearer, my Ood, to Thee, oen
though It be a cross, has been my con
stant prayer.' He tried to say some.
thing more, but I could not catch It.
I gavo out at the time tho first sen
tence as being1 tbo most appropriate to
be remembered as his last words. I
wrote them down at tho time, so that
there can bo no question about It."
The weekly edition of tho Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
tho news cf tho day.
Agents, Brokers and Jobber.
II. P. BALDWIN President
J. B. CASTLE 1st Vice President
W. M. ALEXANDER.... 2nd Vice Pre
J. P. COOKE Treasurer
W. O. 'SMITH Secretary
QEO. R. CARTER Auditor
Sugar Factors ail
Hawaiian Commercial Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company, i
Pala Plantation Company.
Nablku Sugar' Company.
Kihel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kabulul Railroad Company.
Tie Ctltfttik Mtj tritol S. 5. ft.
W. G.Irwin 8180
AGENTS FOR , i
Western Sugar Refinery Company ot
Baldwin Locomotive Works ot Phila
delphia. Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), New YorkvU. S. A.
N. Ohlandt ft Co.'s Chemical Fertil
izer. Alex. Cross ft Sons' high-grade Fertil
izers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed' Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
Parafflne Paint Co.'a P. ft B. Paints and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed 'Oil,
raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), In whit
and color. ,
Filter Press Cloths, Cemeat, Lime and
CASTLE & COOKE
UMITRD, n t
AGENTS FOR 1
The Ewa Plantation Co. '
The Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohala 8ugar Co. ,
The Walamea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton'Iron Works, St Lout. Mo.
The Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pump.
Weston's Centrifugal. .
The New England Life 'Insurance Co.
ot Boston.-' ,
The Etna Fire In. Co. ot Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co, ot .London,
LIFE and JFIRK
Hbw England Mutual Lifh ir
surancb co. of boston.
iCtna Firb Insurance Compart
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. O. Irwin. .President and Manager
Clau Spreckel .'.Vice President
W. M. Olffard.. Second Vice President
H. M. Wnltney, Jr...iTrea. and Sec.
Geo. J. Rom ;...... Auditor
. Sugar Factor
AKDi . v
Oceanic Steamship Co.
"OF BAN FRANCiaCO, OAL. ,
C. BREWER & CO., LTD-
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H,
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant, Co., pnomea" Sugar Co,
Honomu 8ugar Co.,WalIulcu Sugar Co.,
Makee ',ugar Co., Haleakala Ranch Co.,
The Planters' Line ot San Francisco,
Packet; Chas, Berwer ft Co.'s Line ot
LIST OF OFFICERS. .
C. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Manager; E. P. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; CoL W. B,
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Wt
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Director.
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULI .
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Palolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc
Gcnoral Managor ot
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of tbo United Stntes for the Ha
Offlc. : Merchant St : Honolulu.
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