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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T... TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1901.
75 and 71) King Street
TELEPHONE NO. 31.
NOW It the tlrao to got leak and
breakages soon to, and your
Ruulrt Put In Order.
By competent workmen.
The Plumber's Strike
It over, and I am again prepared
to do Plumbing, Sewering and
Sheet Iron Work ai heretofore.
Estlmctes furnished... Work
manship ano material guaran
teed. Jas. Nott, Jr.,
Store, Bertanla Near Emma St.
1el White 3571.
SHEET METAL WORKS
H. W. BARTH.
Galvanized Irnn Skylights and Ventilator
Conducts uip. and Gutter Work.
ftlrb.ri StTMt, tt. Qatn Mi Mrch.nt 'onolulu
IV 1. 'Vhllo 41 V O. IW 170.
Notice to Property Owners.
I have In mv emplnv FOIW FIKST
CLASS PLUMBERS from the Cot I am
now teidv to tixur on your work at the
lowest prices My men are Union Men
Give me a tt al.
C. H. BROW,
territory Stable. King SI.
C. R liemenway
OFFICE 406 JUDD BUILDING.
TEL. 314 MAIN.
Albert R Cunha
ATTnHNtl AT LAW.
808 StnngenwHlri Building
TtLEPIIDE MAIN 21
W. Austin Whiting, '
W. J. Robinson.
Removed to Room 306, Jndd Building
J. M. K4NEAKUA,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Office Bethel St, Near the Postorflce
Telephone to All Paits of the Island.
KEALAKt-KUA, - HAWAII
.J. 0. 1IEN111QUKS, PItOP.
Horses Hnd Cwrrlaes
For BxcuphI ns
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance Is offered tor
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. 8. Manna Loa
at Kallua and take passengers overland
to Hookena. where the steamer Is met
Manufactured 'from ''tire
D'llvced tit to any ra't nf
Cltv by c-niirtteus drivers.
Oahn Ice and Electric Co.
cL. BUIE 11 51
a New Lot of . . .
Key West ami
'Beaver Lunch Rooms
H I NDI TR
6ct of 5 mupw, $2.00
60 CKNT8 EACH
On sale at office ol . , .
THfl . . .
When a good phy
sician prescribes boor
for a patient it is
Schlitz beer. A phy
sician knous the val
ue of purity.
affect beer anil ho
will tell yon that few
stomachs can digest
them. lie will say
at once that impure
beer is tinhe.llthfiil.
Yon will know then
whv we brew
under such rimd pre
cautious why wc
even filler! lie an thai
touches it; why wo
filler the beer, then
sterilize every bottle.
If you knew what
we know and what
your physician knows
about beer, you, too,
would insist on
Mncfnrlann A Co . I.ld,
21 Kuuhunumu St.. Honolulu.
Cull lor iho llnwcry llottllnir.
Surgeons, Physicians and Dentists.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
iFPCFS TEIH HONES i
kooxin1-.lv, iirrice, main, S,
kostoi IIuilimno KPMDECt,
rom STIUfT VrlllTB, .841
HOUHS n A M 10 . P.M.:
. ) TO p M.. I TO 0 r. M.
MTROIt'l. M'NOAY .P. M
Dr. Albert E. Nichols
1154 Alakea Street.
OHlco Hours 9 to 4
A. 0. WALL, D.D.S.
6. E. WALL, D.D.S.
l.ovo Building, Fort Street
, Houra. 9 to 4. Telephone, 434.
' REMOVAL NOTICE.
Dr. J. Atcherley has removed his of
fice from 708 Fnrt mrnpt In .14.1 Klnf.
street, next to Opera Houso.
Hours 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Tel. Blue 1261.
Office Tel. White 1371.
Dr. W. H. Jones
M.R.CV.S, M.V. M.A ondon.
OFFICE Hotel Stable
RESIDENCE "The California," Em-
ma street 1916-3ia
Dr. Wm. G. Rogers,
SURQlON AND SPECIALIST.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Exclusively
RCMOVED to now offlco. 1140 Ala
kea btreet, opp. t.r-.wallan Hotel.
Hours. 9 to 12, 3 to 5:3U, 7 to 8: Sun
days, 9 to 11.
A. N. &AINFOKD,
dUSTUN BLUO , FOKI HfcCtT
OVER MAY CO.
Shopping Is a P.easure
wncu you huvo only to call up
and hnvo your packages delivered at
uuur duor, 1j lbs. lor luc and upwards.
Meichants, Attentlonl Wo mnko
U. O. U. toiieLtlons lor oc extra,
American Missengcr Express Co.
Hotel and Alakea Sts., Pnnne Main 199.
Razo.s Honed and Set
Hawaiian Hotel Barber. Shop.
HOIl US CBNTS.
The BveuUiK Uulletln, 76 cents pel
AFFIRMED BY DECISION
OF SUPKEM COURT
Sale of Property Will Be Ordered
Anew By the Circuit Court
tt of $500
Tho Supreme Court, constituted by '
Justices uiiiuraltli nnu Perry, nas rou-
derod a decision In the laso of Charles
B. Dosky vs. Tho Orplipiun Co., i.ul.,
mc opinion pt me court being written
uy Justice (Inlbrnlth.
lt Is on nn nnni'nl hi defendant from
a decree 01 loici umure irmcio by Judgu
Hear In tin- Circuit Court, imlcrliig tno
sale or tno Orpheum property mort- cini iniorost reciprocity, .-Nicaragua
gaged In default of tho payment of tiuial ie,ii-iiinn tin tiireucd by tuc
oiii-.SH, ttifii 11110 on no.es, and out of new Hny-Pnunrufoto treaty, and tho
mo nroLt'i'iia 10 .ay tne cos.h 01 tno proposed reorganization of tho Hen
suit inxod nt yiC, an nttorney'11 leo of aio ininuilucrs.
JOOO nud nu nttciloneern tee'ol IMS'). ' Sennlor Lodgo has consistently op
ine plnlntllf retnlnlng 30,Db2.'it duo posed me reciprocity treaties now
upon promissory notes and secured by pending In thu Senate, and thero Is
ibc mortgage. Huic likelihood ol his Invnrlng any of
No transcript or testimony wng sent them In their present Bhnpu. oven If
up to tho Supremo Court nud tho only mo I'resiaeiit miiiuld support them.
cuiiiPii.lon nude by tno deiendnni was Senator Lodge has been so rbnsplcu
that tho attorney s leo or $5uU allowed ously ennnecled llh rnnal legislation
tho attorneys ol tho mongngco was ox- that his position Is too well Known to
.ebsivo and unreasonable. Tho Su- i'-.'i mpeaiiiig. It is sutllclen' to say
premo Court llnds contrariHlsc, as the that If thu proposed new treaty, said
mortgage provided lor an attorney t to hno been ngrceil iinon by Hay
ice lu the event or foreclosure, the and rnuncelolo. umbrarcs tho mnlu
court mi) lug: ronten.lons Insisted upon by thu Sen
"Taking into consideration tho
amount or property Involved nnd tho
responsibility imposed on the ntlor-
jeys lor me plaintiff In the proceed-
ings. we cannot say that this nllnw-
aucu Is unreasonable or excessive. If
.tils, suit hnd been nn action In nsstimn
jit the stn n.ory attorney's fees would
tn.-.m I. ...... H.n !... tt... M.n... 1
.owed by thu Judgo In this case."
I....J lll-l'U 1IIUIU lllUII II1U UU1UII11I Ul- .
Tho ilalu llxed lor tho sale In the ennai iiuesuon uy mo rmy-sovenin,
decree which was August 21. 1801, iLonrress
laving passed. It Is declared ncces-' From a responslhln source It wns to
sary Tor the Circuit Judgo to direct l"y learned that tho Massachusetts
sale nt nnother tlnro. It Is ordered thnt Senaior will not I") made ..'inlrnuin or
the causo bo remnnded to the Circuit the Committee nn Foreign Ilelntfons.
Judgo lor such further proceedings Indeed, tho Trlbnno is authorized to
as may bo necessary to enforce tho do-
Tho iiremlses In question are sub
ject, as stated In tho decree, to a
mortgngo given by Charles 8. Deslty
ii tho Hawaiian Uvnngellcnl Associa
tion In the sum of $ln, 0 bearing In
terest nt 7 per cent per annum nnd
payable lu nvo years from S, 1893.
Hatch & Sllllman for plaintiff: Kin
ney, Ilnllou & McClanahnn for defend
ant. SALOON TRIP FAILED
Paris, Oct. ID. The attempt of tna
Count de la Vaux to cross tho Mediter
ranean In a balloon, which left Lcj
Sahlette. near Toulon, Saturday night,
litis failed. Tho Minister of Marine,
M. do Lnncssan, has received a Dis
patch from Toulon announcing that the
cruiser Du Vhayla, which was escort
ing the balloon, Is returning to port
with the balloon and her passengers,
which she picked up ten miles east ol
St Laurence lighthouse. The balloon
was uninjured. The result of the ex-
pcrlmcnt did not cause any surprise nnd the ocean mall service route, .it.
after the nows brought to Marseilles by his been urged that under the piesent
Incoming steamers this morning that P'&n of having the mall for the Hawq
thc southeast winds whlc.i wcro b'ow- Han Islands made up for distribution
lug out nt Bea would carry the balloon throughout tho Territory In tho post
to the const of Spa'n or to Gibraltar. offlco nt Honolulu, nas resulted In J
Moreover, tho latest news trom the
passengers of tho balloon Ind'cnted numerous cases of delay ensuing there- tho first opening of the contest Yale
that It was proceeding very s'owly. trom. Ars'stnnt Superintendent Cnrr put the ball over the line and klcUed
These two factors probably caused t the railway mall service has been 'a goal. Ten mfnutes later tbey repeat
Count do la Vauex to abandon his at- ordered" to Inquire Into the matter and J1 tho operation. lu tno second hair
DOAK In Knhaulkl, Honolulu. Oct
19, 1901, to the wife of A. R. Doa!:,
RODRIGUES At Wnlliiku, Maul. Oc
tober 14, 1901. to the wife of A. J.
Rodrlgucs, a son.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tnkn Lnvnllvn ttmmn Hnlnlnn Tnhlnl.
All druggists rortind tho money If it ,?rol1(1 Spencer, her nep.ievv In Hono
mils m .ro h. w iin.'. i, lulu. Is bequeathed real es'nto In Va
is on each box.
The "Al-Vlsta" Is the name of th vilnd at SI 5,000, goes to relatives In
new panoramle camera. Uefore buying tho States.
have lis snow It to you. Far ahead of ' ''
anything yet mndo in tho camera lino. I The Evening nulletln 7R renta Hr
Honolulu Photo Supply Co, month.
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Mosquito Larvae Found
in Old Tins
A letter has been received by the
chairman of the Liverpool School of
Tropical Medldno from Major Ronald
. ' , , , , .. . ,,
Ross, giving Information of tho results
or his visit to tho Gold Const and of tho
work of tho fifth expedition of tho
school. Ho first refers to tho admir
able measures of Sir William Macgreg-
or at Lagos, which have already been
described in tho Journal. At Accra,
arrangements have been made to Im
prove the condition of tho Europeans
by buy'ng up several poor locations
planted In their midst.
An admirable plan has been formed
for Iny'ng out tho town of Sekondl In
accordance with scientific requirements
bv bvy'ng out tho poor locations on the
foreshore, extendlns tho nuropeaii'
quarters along the bluff to the caBt,
and pacing the native town npart-
linnlnri ttm rnlltvnv ATfilni- Tinea In
- " -' '-
I formed the governor thnt ho did not
th'nk that tho lioiis'n? quest'on would
In Itse'f put a stop to tho fever nnd
I that tho measures adopted ot Free
',,.,.. A I nn, ol,,.l.l ha n.lin.lM na
soon as roFible. end that considering
tno importance or tne mntter tne i.tvor-
pool school of Tropical Momcine would
cons'der tne nilvlsnliliitv or scnciing a
dclefato to d'rect operations.
At Sierra I.eone ho found a gang of
men emnloved In clearing tho larvne
jof mesnultors out of tho houses, tn
th'rty-four days thev had cleared 2473,
I bouses and removed 3E8 cartloads of
DOES SENAT R LODGE
'H - s Conference With President on
Work 01 the Coming Session
-Advocate of Canal
New York, Oct. 14. A special to
tho irlhiinu irout tsu.usi...i ouyn.
bcnoior Lodge was In loiiicreuin wMi
tne i-resmeiu again inore ihnn an hour
totin. vnno 1110 SSonaior re. uses to
g'o a nun as 10 toe sunjociu uiscuss-
i'l or cuiiuiin.oiiti rvan.uu, it m uuaui'-
stood that tliclr conversation wu
mainly tonflned 10 thtee loplca of spo-
nto last winter, with thn n"iitrnlltyi
leaturo clearly defined. It will have
tho hearty support or Senator Lodgn,
ni .eu us luui, ot tho majority ot the
As nil reports Indicate thnt tho ro
vised trenly moots tho malor part itt
"'eso contentions it goes without say-,
I I. CT llinri) IV'lll llA Bfimn .KialllL-n nml
.-'n ...vt u u. iu .'v.....' m...
nrr-aslvo leBls'iitlon mi the isthmian
announce on mo nmnoriiy oi
whoso Judgment ftf such things can-
no' bu ilouh'ed that tho chances now'
overwhelmingly favor Senator Cul
lam for tho chairmanship of tho great
Kprclgn Hclatlnnr Committee. Senator
CuHom Is Insisting on his right of
priority ns second member of the com
mittee. IlesliU'i, it Is desired forJ
l.od"o 'o coiiMiip nt tho end of tuo
Philippines cotnmlttcn in order to do
vMop tho Government's Philippine pol
I Icy. '
Washington, Oct. 12. Tho Pcstofflce
Department has ordered nn Investiga
tion to bo made to dctcrmtno the ail
vlsabtllty of operating sea pcstoflkCB
on the mall steamers between San
Francisco and Honolulu. Tho Investl-
gntlon will tako Into consideration
what are known as the domestic routes
congested condition or nffalrs there nnd,.
report to Superintendent Thrall tt San
W. O. Smith has been nppolnted ad
inlnlstrator with tho will annexed of
Bvi .1. Spencer, la'o of tho town of
Wtlnn r.mnttf ,.f Tntfnrunn C,n,a if
SKI ISLAND Mill
i board smm
New York, deceased, on tho petition Columbia made only one substantial
of her brother. James G. Spencer of f!"1 " when Weekes got nrounii Cnmp
Honolulu. Tho bond Is J30C0. Tho " 8 eni1 for twelve yards. Harvard
i..iii'nf i.inviia tr.onn nf ,,oronnni ...
..!., In tl.lo Tnll.,.u n nr il.n
devisees Is tho uetuloner. Amhroso
cavlllo. Solano conntv. California, ron
lulsting of wcnty-fnur acres of lind.
Tno rrmnlntlnt .if tlin ontlrA n.lntn
empty tins, broken bottles and such
'"t0 ' Freetown. It Is calculated that
ono ln,tlirco cm;;ty tlnBA u " rced.'ng
lace for mosquitoes. A serious blow
IiaSi therefore, been struck at tho prev-
nlenco of tho culez mosiutto In tho
town. Major Ross calculates that an
annua, expenditure of only 100 would
keep he town free from mosquitoes.
Already their numbers are greatly re-
These culex mosquitoes, besides
raus'ng nnnoyanco. carry germs of
llow rever. clcpUantlasls. and other ills-
easts. Operations, against tho ano-
phelcs mosquito, which breeds In pud -
dies, are h'so be'ng pushed. Hollows
In tho ground are everywhere being
drained or filled with curth. Othma
are being filled with tho empty hottlea
nnd tins round In tho houses. Many of
the worst streets, which were practical-
11 mnrahr. hnvo h.nn .anlnlmiiil -P. in
-.-..-. .... , tt, ...... v.. . ...
unhculthfulness or the Gold' Coast
Major Ross believes, has been much
exaggerated. True, there Is a cons'der-
able amount of ma'arla among Hiiro-
nr.nu l.ut lliir. Is llttlo n- nn Innlw.M
Everywhere men are met who have
i veu on tho const for years In good
neaitii. it is tno young, reckless, Im-
provident nnd sometimes liuempcrato
newromer who generally rails a victim
to d'seaso. If a man contracts mala-
rial fever now In nine cases out of ten
It Is h-s own fault. The scrumilou, ,
"so nf a mosquito net Is necessary.-
j Medical News,
dRANO ill WORK
CLOSED WITH ELECTION '
OF THE NEW OFFICERS
California Masons Have Had Success
lul Year Committees Ap
pointed for New
San Francisco, Oct. 13. The Mason
ir Urmil Lodge ot California, unlet
iimn'ced In tnls city last Tuesday
niuinlag, concluded Its deliberations
auu adjourned at noon yesU-rday tor
voo year, alter Installing the new ofQ-ct-rs
and announcing the standing
lommllteev l'ast Grand Master Jas.
A. r'oshay or 1.0s Angeles outdated
an 'InstaUtug onicer and Past Grand
.Mns.cr EJwnrd M. Preston of Nevada
City acted as master ot ceremonies,
'ino following officers, elected and ap
pointed, were Itfstalled and the com
mittees' announced for the cusiiinK
uratiit master, William a. wens.
Martinez; deputy grand master, Orrln
b. Henderson, Stockton; senior grand
warden, Dr. Charles V. Nutting, Et
na; Junior grand warden, Judge Gen.
Washington Hunger, Eureka; grand
treasurer, Edward Coleman; grand
secretary, Geoige Johnson; grand lec
turer, William 11. Edwards; grand
i..aiiintn, Edward II. Church; grand
orator. Edward II. Hart, Ilerkeley; as
sistant grand secretary. Hurry S.
Johnson grand mnishal. John P
.Oreoley. grand lllble bearer. William
S, Moses; grand sword bearer, James
U, Ensign, grand standard bearer, K.
J. Louis, Sau Diego; senior grand
deacon, Samuel Pragcr; Junior cinnd
rdoacon, William Kcttner; senior
grand steward, Adelbcrt W. Dmldson;
't, ...I..H ..KHH.t ...A.. i.M.1 tlnln. tt-lllln...
juuiui KIMMU OlunuiU. Iiun lllliutlll
Smythe; grand pursuivant, Thomas 0.
Lambert, grand organist. Samuel I)
Mayer! grand tyler. George P. Adams.
Committee on Jurisprudence Kit
ward M. Preston, chairman; Frank M.
Angollottl. Hiram N. Ilucker. William
Johnston. James H. Stevens.
FJnance Committee Elmer K. Stone,
chairman; 'John . .artln. George H,
Monroe, O. M. Coldarncena, Frank
Grievances Frank K. -Llppitt,
chairman; Stanley A. Smith, James
M.vManoon, George 12. Chinch, Crlt-
Committee on Returns William R.
Hervoy chairman; Krnest C. Uonncr,
W. W Douglas. Ff.'d. It. Canoll,
Frank M Rutherford.
Pay of Members Motley II. Flint
chairman; Frank H. Hunewill, Amos
Stovens. H. C. Ragbec, Howard I).
Corrojpondence William A. Da
vies, chairman; Louis N. Uiittuer.
George T McCabc, Ralph Iiwe. Klmer
Comn.'.'.tee on Accounts John A.
Bcckwlth. chairman: Thomas Kylo.
Klls C Hare, Henry Ilurnor, Fred. H.
Chntlty Fund William K. Sloan
rhntnain; William A. Sayre. J. D
Plllshury, William Bdwards, Albert A
After Installation Past Grand Master
Charles L. Patton presented tho ro
ll ring grand master with a magnificent
past grand masters Jewel
. .THE FOOTR.4LL SCORES.
, Annapolis. Mil., Oct. 12. Yale's "var
sity football team defeated u.o Navy
eleven In a one-sided contest by thu'
score of 24 to 0. In four minutes after
iaio got a loucnaown auu Kicked a
goal In six minutes and another In
t 'iibrldge, Mass., Oct. 12. Harvard
easily won her first important garan
.t.1.. rn...AA .,..... I r., I.I- 1...
lino uifci-iuuuu, uuivuiiuk V.UIUII1UIU liy
a score of 18 to 0. Columbia's weak
ness lay In her guards and tackle, but
her backtleld was equal to Harvaid's,
made most of her gains by cud runs,
III) VVMcll tllO lilt erf ei't'llCO VVQ8 TITV
"rTectlve. Putnam went aiouud left
uuu ay ivaai iiuzpu lliucg lor gOO
gains. Columbia's men vvero not In
as gooit physical condition ns Har-
vird'w. and were frequently laid out
Philadelphia. Oct. 12. Tho Univer
sity of Pennsjlvanla football team
.defeated the Drown University eleven
tnditv In a fust and well-played game
ov mo score or -' to o. tirnvvn played
Pennsylvania to a standstill In the
(list half ami como within a yard of
se'orlng a well-earned touchdown. Tho
I'nril work of tno tlist half to d on the
lliown playcts, and their playing in
(ho second half wns not so powerful.
Pennsylvania scoied all theTr' points
in wns nun.
Chicago. Oct. 12. Piiriluo todav hold
Itn own against the University of Chi
cT't. "tch Hide scoring five polntB aft
er fifty minutes' piny on a gtldlion
moi-" fit for n regatta than a football,
. . . ... . . . .
' V'' TJ-' ."-"T " J1": ""ir ."?'
vnrl'ahlp morass by a game whlcn
t,,, place between tvvc. scrub elevens
hernro the championship game began
Ti1h condition wns favorable to tun
maroons, who outweighed the boys
"" ' ","l"-
nl'n"i'0r, foa e " Indiana 7, to
Broro of 33 ,0 0 wh n n
nixl a light rain falling continually,
tMlchlnn ran up a largo score bv
s'ralght line bucks, From tho first
yel-,'"'Br1" Wtts uo doubt or tho .result, as
,,,,,nn '",8ll.e,11 ,l8lon n thd
J; for a c"on wahln rour mln-
. ' ' a
Rerkelcy Rnyn Wo',
San Francisco. Oct. 1:! Willi n
'fam whose defenslvo work has been
jm".r,,t ,8i,ifenRf ,h? !ttBt
, ... n.n ... -. z
, ,,,,, uw y (jamo vvnicn was played
with tho athletic club two wenks ago.
It was a California victory by a score
of G 0 . nnd only a rnso of apparent
"rat ties" on the pait or Quarterback
HUllSOn 1(0 lit tllO gold Ullll 1)1 110 fl OI11
ond" UmoTheHHLerlnenVt fhta
,,int EaVo n bad exhibition of "muck-
orlsm." tor which tho excitement or
tho game was but Binall excuse, lly
repeated calling ot "Slgjmll Signal!"
n,1,v "fccedoil In delnylng and con-
f,i?InK , ply. .rAho ro,,Q mcn- n"
onw"red 0 out a "DIave7out or the
p.-ftiui uuv ,juii)iiu auwvvuuu uiu nut
jeoo fit to Interforo,
Jsvr Itttfis 1 ''"
The newest brew of the old brewery
a social delight. Bottled st the Brewery.
FRED MILLER BIEWIN0 CO.. MlhHsket.Wlt.
Hoffschlaeger Co,, Ltd.
King Street, near Bethel.
Wm. O. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
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vada National Rank ot San Francisco.
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Berlin Dresdncr Rank. .
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New Zealand and Australia Bank
ot New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Dank ot
British North America.
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Interest allowed after July 1,
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per cent, 12 months 4 per cent.
Pioneer Buildiig and Loan
ASSETS, JUNE !w, 1901, $80,04347.
Money loaned on approved security.
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Houses built on the monthly Install
Twenty-third Sprles of Stock Is now
OFFICERS J. L, McLean, Presi
dent: A. A. Wilder, Vice 'President;
C. D. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear,
DIRECTORS J. L. McLean. A.
A. Wilder. A. V. Gear. C." B. Oray,
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for 12 months 4
For 0 months , 3
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New Republic Bid., Ill King Street
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Agents, Brokers and Jobbers.
H. P. BALDWIN President
J. B. CASTLE 1st Vice President
W. M. ALEXANDER.... 2nd Vice Pres
J. P. COOKE Treasurer
W. O. SMITH ...: Secretary
GEO. It. CARTER Auditor
Sogar Facttfs ui
Hawaiian Commercial ft Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company,
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Bugar Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
tie ftlifwih ad frftstal S. 5. ft.
W. G. Irwin & 60
tcfinery Company oil
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Western Sugar Refinery
Baldwin Locomotive Works, of Phils-
ocipnia, ra., u. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cano Shredder), Now York, U. S. A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'a Chimi-ai Tjrit.
Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade FertU-
liers ror Cano and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Plpo Covering,
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
ParafTine Paint Co.'a P. & B. Paints ant
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oils,
,raw and boiled.
Indurlno (s cold-water paint), In whits
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime aal
CASTLE & COOKE
AGENTS TOR I" 1
Tho Ewa Plantation Co. ,,
The Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walamca Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, SL Louis. Mo,
Tho Standard OH Co. ,
The Geo. F. Blako Steam Pumps.
Tho New England Life Insurance Co.
of Boston. ' ,
The Etna Fire Ins. Co. ot Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. ot London
LimK and FIRE
Xkw England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
Ctna Fire Insurance Compawt
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. G. Irwin. .President nnd Manager
Claus Spreckels, Vlco President
W. M. Olffard.. Second Vlco President
II. M. Wnltney, Jr....Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
. AGENTB OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
C. BREWER & CO., LTD.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant, Co., Onomea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co.,
Makco r,ugar Co., Haleakala Ranch Co.,
The Planters' Line ot San Francisco,
Packet; Chas. Bcrwcr & Co.'s Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Manager: B. P. Blshcfn.V
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. B.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. vjones, H. W
terbouse and Qeo. R. Carter, Directors,
TneVonHamm-YooDE Co. Lie
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULI .
Tho Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co. J
Union Gas Engine Co. '
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc
Bruce. Cartwright (
General Manager ot
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United States for the Ha
waiian Islands. ''
vOfflce, : Merchant St, : Honolulu. ''
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