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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T.. THURSDAY, NOV. 7. 1901.
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In the Schtitt brewery jim will find a phto rIisi room. In it
ate cooling jilpi-e, over which the hot l.irdrin. Above it Is an
air filter, and no air comes into this room save through th-it filter.
No Rcnns tan n.ich liter liindlctl with such rare caution.
Hat, alter the liter i agiil, wc filler it, then liultlc and seal it,
then sterilize cv ery lxuk .
We take triple iirtcautions lnCiuo beer is a siccharinc
product. Impuntiis multiply if
grade between aWlutc imrit) and utter impurit).
Kvcry Iwttle nl Scliliu U absolutely pure,
r.cahhiulncss. Your phvsichn knows ask him.
Mncfarl.ine & Co , Ltd.,
Honolulu. Coll fur
75 and 71) King Street
TELEPHONE NO. 31.
NOW Is the tlmo to get leaks and
breakages seen to, and jour
Roofs Put in Order.
By competent workmen.
The Plumber's Strike
It over, and I am again prepared
to do Plumbing, 8ewerlng and
Sheet Iron Work at heretofore.
Estimates furnished... Work
manship ana material guaran
teed. Jas. Nott, Jr.,
Store, Qeretanla opp. Atakea St.
Tel, White 3571.
SHEET METAL WORKS
H. W. BARTH.
Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ventilator
Conductor Pips and Gutter Work.
ftlcfaard Strut, frtt. Qutn ani Merchant Nmolulu
Jofeb -l t prvntlly att.ad4 to.
Tl. 'Vhlte 41 P. O. Box 270.
C. R. Hemenway
OFFICE 406 JUDO BUILDING.
TEL. 314 MAIN.
- Albert R. Cunlia
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
808 Stanjjenwald Building
W. Austin Whiting,
W. J. Robinson,
Reived to Room 306, Judd Building
i M. KANEAKUA,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Office Bethel St.. Near the Postofflct
Decorate Your Homes
with the very
latest . .
Lewers & Cooke,
D. Jewett t
.. J. WILLIAMS t
Design your own ledgers, rash
books, etc. If you nro undccltlcil, wo
vs III help you. That Is In our lino anil
tbo PRICK IS ItiaHT, at tho EVEN
they gtt into it. There- is no
and purity is
21 K.'tnhumamt St..
the Brewery Bottllnc.
Surgeons, Physicians and Dentists.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
OFFICES i TELEPHONES I
Rooms k-i. Orncp, Maii, iIj
Boston Building Rmideici.
Fort Smtr. White, .Mi.
IIOURS-II A M to i. pm :
I TO p m , to s r. M.
SUNDAY I,., P M.
P O lloxfoi
Dr. Albert E. Nichols
1154 Alakea Street.
Offlco Hours 9 to 4
A. 0. WALL, D.D.S.
0. E. WALL, D.D.S.
Lovo Building, Kort Street.
Hours, 'J to 4. Telephone Main 320.
Dr. J. Atcherley has rcmocd his of
fice from 70S Tort street to 343 Kins
street next to Opera House.
Hours 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Tel. Blue 1261.
Office Tell.Whlte 1371.
Dr. W. H. Jones
M.R.CV.S, M.V. M.A., ondon.
OFFICE Hotel Stables
RESIDENCE "The California." Em
ma street 1910 3m
Dr. Wm. G. Rogers,
SURQtON AND SPECIALIST.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Exclusively
REMOVED to now office, 1146 Ala
kea Street, opp. Hawaiian Hotel.
Hours. 9 to 12, 3 to 5:30, 7 to S; Sun
days, 9 to 11.
Snvo ) ott r
e-e-R hj unlov
ing first nnd lit
tle) oyo 1Mb
which ml Kht
grow to big
inonpy hy In
ty for earning It.
Sa0 VOItr tlmn tiv Annl.litin, Ai, a
seo and act promptly, without delay.
)r temper, uy reiicr rrom
nerve racking. Irritating oo strain.
A. N. SANFORD,
ManuTactured from Pure
Delivered fre to any part of
city by cnurteous drivers.
Oahn Ice and Electric Co.
cL. BLUE 3151
HOFFMAN & MARKHAM.
Razors Honed and Set
Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop.
FOR 25 CBNT8;
TEL. MAIN 04.
Mrs. H. H. Williams
Art Embroidery and Stamping.
Full line of Art Materials : :
Art Embroidery Taught : :
Love Building, Fort Street
COTTON BROS. & CO.
ENGINEERS AND 1 ! I
I'Uns in4 cttlmalei lurnUrtei tor all claitet
ROOM ro. BOSTON niOCK, . HONOLULI'
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Doller work
and IUVETCD PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOD WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.
E TAX HE
The following suhmlsslon without
action has been tiled In the Suptemc
"I he undclslgned. Prank HuIaIpihI. u
'esldcnt of Honolulu, hland of Oahu
leiritorv or Hawaii nlalntlfr. nmt .i
V.'. Pratt, 'lax Assessor for the First
Taxation Division of the Territory nf
Hawaii, defendant, being part If s to u
auction or difference which might bil
mo i object of a civil action In the Clr
Hilt Court. hac -icrecd unon the fnl
lowing statement of facts upon which
me controversy depends, lz.:
"1. That on the first day of .luro
1901. plaintiff received from the llnwn.
Man Trust Company, Limited, n do
mestic corporation, administrator of
the estate of Kobert ItnMcnd, dcee-as-rd,
tin- sum of $20.03t 17, as lilt dls
trlbtitUe share In the estate nf mli! ,1r.
nnwil. That said distributive nhnro
was uot taxable under the nrm talnim
of Chapter 10G of the Session Laws of
iv.i2 as amended by Act 21 of the Ses
sion 1-aws of 1SUG.
"II. That on thn lwentv-thlrit d.i
of Jlny 1001. tho wild admlnlstiator of
tlie istnti- of Hobirt llnlstiad. dectnj
rd, on bcliilf of nlilntlff iinld tn Hip
Colli ctor of Internal Itevniue for thn
1rrltor. of Hawaii under the prml
'hi'oiih of Siellon 2t of Chapter US Ite
llni'd StatntiH of the I'nllrd Statert, n
tax of sm ent -file rmts on nich ono
liuudied dullirx of nild illstilbutlvc
shale rreclwil bj pi ilntlff finm the cs-tati-
of Robirt HiilMiad, di ceased,
iiinoimtlng to ?11." 1.
"III. That on the twintj -second da)
of Jul) 190 1 In accordance with thej
provisions 'of Act 20 of the Session
Ijiwh of 1901 plaintiff made a rtturn ot
the Income nulled, by him for thu
cnr next piecpdltig July 1. 1901, and
IlNd the same In thn olllce of said
defend int: lu which said leturn plain
till set out such distributive Hharons an
Item In Schedule "A." Oross Income, un
dei the head of '.Money nnd tho Valuo
of Other I'elsonal Property Acqulied
b (lift or Inheritance;' also In Sche
dule) 'II IV-diutlons nnd Exemptions,
under the head of 'IliciucstH nnd Inheri
tance s Otherwise Taxed as Such,' as
shown In the blank form of return
hcuio attachi'd and made a part htie
of, rn,u kPil Exhibit 'A.'
IV That on the thlitleth day of
Septi mlier, 1901, plaintiff leeelvul from
defendant a notice of assessment un
der the piovMons of said Act disal
lowing tin deduction set out In plain
tin's iitiiiii under mid Item ()f 'i.
MiestH and lulu i Italic es Otherwise
'I axed us Sutli '
Tin points In eontiovusv nie as
' Plaintiff elilms that under the pin.
Visions of Section 4 of ct 20 of tlm
Session l.iws'of '.mi said dlsttlbiitlvo
fclinre In the estate- of Robert llalstcnd
leeelved b plaintiff Is exempt fiom
taxation as part nl the Income leeched
b him duiliig the peilod nfoiesald, on
the giound that It Is an Inheritances
otherwise taxed as sueli, within the
meaning of the law.
"Defiiidint claims that such distri
butive share received by plaintiff It
subject to taxation under the terms of
Ai t 20, Session Laws of 1901.
"An adjudication Ik reeiuested upon
the follow Ing iuestlon:
"Is tin said illstilbiiilie i,-,, ...
eelved by plaintiff from the estate nf
Unbelt llalbtead, deceased, s'ibject to
taxation undc i the terms of Act 20,
Session Laws of 1901."
Kill ART H
The- literary elrclo of the Klloliann
Alt League makes the follow Inc nn.
nouncement, tho aim being to foster
the tine arts such as painting, litera
The literary eliele nf the k'nnimnn
Art League- Invites both from lenguo
members nnd the general public com
petitive enntitbutlons for the cnr
19U1 In the following lines or llteraty
1. Oilglnal stories.
i. Poetry ami veise.
Critical c-ssn)H on the- vvoik, or
a phase- of woik. or n selected author
or historical character.
1. Critical or comparative- studlea of
a class or group of authors, lltiran
work, or school or thought.
S. Social, economic-, educational or
sociological study of any group, ineo,
or problem connetted with our Island
oi national life.
i. Original dramas, or tho dramati
zation or published stories ot poems.
All I'ontilbutlons aio to bo mailed to
Mis. Selma S. Kinney. Young stie-et,
I'awiin, hefiHo Novemliu .loth, In Ho
noliilu. All manuscrlntu should ha
signed by n iifim de plume, and enth
piiiiiiki oi- nccompnnicii nj n sealed en
velope bearing the sumo nom clt
plume on the outside, nnd containing
tho teal name- of tho authoi, with ud
d I ess.
If It Is desired Hint tho manuscript
ho re tin ned. nostneo should In- en
A competent cmnmltte be will be up
pointed by tho literary clrelu of tho
league to Btudy nnd compare) tho va
iIoiih eontilbutions, nntl first, second,
and thlid mention of best contriliu
tlons In each class will bo made b)
tho committee In tho public press as
tho submitted work Justifies.
It Is the further Intention of the
literary elrclo to mako selections
from the best contributions for prus
eutatlou nt their nt homes to bo nlven
nt tho league rooms during tho pre-s-
cm. Hi-usou, mo selections to be pro-sente-d
either by tho author personal
ly, ot hy some onu chosen for tho pai
tieular selection to be rendered.
llespeaking n wider luteiest
throughout tho Islands In these va
rious lines of literary work, wo urn.
on. behalf of tho literary circle of tho
mionana An League.
SKI..MA 8. KINNEY.
.MAKY DILLINGHAM mCAH,
ELIZAHETH VAN CLEV. rlALL,
Thero nre some Slmplo Itemed lea In
dispensable In any family. Among
these, th ecxperlcnce of years assuics
us, should be recorded PAIN-KILLEU.
For both Internal and external appli
cations we have found It of great val
ue: especially can we tecommend It for
colds, rheumntUm, or fresh wounds
and bruises. Christian Era Avoid sub
stitutes, there Is but ono Pain-Killer,
Perry Davis', Prlco 25c. and 50c.
Auburn, N. Y Oct. 29. Czolgosz
It with Uooth and Uulteau, wherever
tbey arc. His body is being consum
ed by quicklime! ns It lies In tho grave
In the cemetery attached to Auburn
prison. The gravo will he forgotten,
flint which was called Leon K. Czol
gosz was exterminated this morning
by electricity at tho service of tho
law nnd there Is noming to remember
the creature for, except tho unforgct
able significance of that xault In Can
ton. Tho being whose body fills tho new
ly made, nameless prison grave at Au
burn died ns ho han ..vcu an anar
chist. He lmevv If he went to his end
with the truculent words on his lips
that In illve-H where the nnnrehlstrt
gather "Iteincmhei Czolgosz' would
b" a watchword, ami as ho sat In the
chair this morning he panted, "I shot
thu President, nnd I did It because I
thought It would benefit the poor peo
ple, nnd for the name of the- working
people of all nations 1 am not sorry
rot my crime that Is all 1 have to
The poor fool died In thu (lush of
vanity and ho tlllell with anger the
tiiaitx of all who heard him. It wax
czolgosz' message to anarchy. The.ro
were some of the witnesses who said
Hint It wns n pity that tin- assassin
had not been gagged so that his de
fiant speech couid never have been
he aid. CVolgosz might have cvol.e.d
pity ns a deluded and foolish outii, I
hui he succeeded nt the last In ore-
eluding anv sucu emotion nnd nrnus-
i-u iiimtiiii ii ii-ii useiiii Biiiu lunum
...I I...... ...I r..l ....l.i. . i
Strangely (nough. tbo physician?
who performed thu automiy today
found that npparentl) Czolgosz did
not have a diseased brain, nor a dis
eased bod to account for his distort
ed I lit. llec t. Supi rllclnllv at least, his
THE ELECTRICAL CHAIR IN WHICH
hinlu had all the appenrance of health.
The assassin's Inst illght among
tho living was not an unensv one, ac
cording to tho pilnelpal authorities
of tho prison, who asseit that Czol
gosz slept like n bnb) fiom 1 o'clock
to !:30, when the wnrdm went to Ills
roll, had him awakened and u-ad th
death warrant to him. Czolgosz roso
Miom his bed nnd listened in a dull
way ami dropped uucit nneu inc. ruau
Ing wnB over.
When tho warden told Czolgosz
that ho had only until 7 o'clock to
llvo and to make Html preparation for
death ho said nothing. Later, Czol
gosz sent for Warden Mead and Inti
mated thut he wanted to niako n state
ment. Tho warden took Prison Su
perintendent Collins down with him
and to them Czolgosz snld that he
wanted to mako a statement, but ho
wanted moro peoplo present
"Thero will bo no moro horo," the
prisoner was Informed, "If jou want
to talk you won't have any tlmo to do
It In tho death chamber." Czolgosz
refused to say anything more, but
gave tho warden and superintendent
tho-lmincsslon that ho wouiu no ti at
tempt to mako a statement later. Ho
asked ir ho could sco bis, brother Wal-
dick again, but tho warden told him
that all rarewcllB bad -been said last
night, and there was no need to gal
over them. Tho warden went back-to
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f',.Ji ' iVajlit'lawVaBiVlrKSLaLtLV. ' ,-"f
ins oniciu mm a iiie-uKeriuiuuKiusivuB cveryining was ready to put him to
given to tho assassin, who, however, I death. The band nnd leg electrodos
found It moro than ho eared to eat. . had been nfllxed nnd tho Warden's ex
Alter that the clothing he was to wear! tended nrm fell and Davis turned on
In the death chair wasglvcn to him. tho tumnt. Tim wniphom henrd
and ho was left alouo except for tho
The men who had been Invited to
act ns witnesses a tho execution bo i
f,uu . hbovhiiuu (t, in.., nFifl t.un,
Dr. Carlps V. McDonald or New York.
who testified nt Czolgosz" trial that
tho assassin was sane, attended tho
oxccutlon as physician in chief. As
sociated with him was Or, John Ger
In, prison pnyslclnn, 'ihe electrician
who conducted tho execution .was E.
V. Davis, who has killed all tno fifty-
jnlno persons sent to death by elcc-
trlclty In this State since; 1890. Ho
was assisted by Walter N. Thaor,
former warden at irannemora. War
den Mead was, of course, In ehnrgo
of the execution.
In the keepers' hall tho execution
party formed in line e,y pairs and wns
conducted rapidly through the south
corridor to the clenth ennmber. Czol
gosz could hear the tramping feet,
hut ho betrayed no emotion, tho
guams sniu inter. Many or tno e'xe
cutlon witnesses were nervous. They
saw Davis and Thaer soaking tho
sponge wrapped electrodes In salt
water nml giving the final look nt tho
straps ami wires. They heard the
warden request them to mako no com
motion, nnd refrain from conversation
during the execution nnd inform them
that there were plenty oi guards pres
ent. They sivv the bank of Incandes
cent edectrlc lamps which had been
placed across the arms of the death
chair and connected with the vvlrea
Which were to conduct the fatal cur
lent to Czolgosz. They snw tho ilialr
Itseir, it grim-looking piece- or furni
ture, with Its belts nnd wiring, which
smacked disagreeably of somu me
diaeval Instrument of torture.
Tour guards had been sent to Czol
gosz' eell nt 7:m:, At 7:10 thu door
Hew opi n nml Czolgosz plunged Into
the room between two stout guards,
who did not, however, support him,
with two more shoving him ahead. Ho
Vtoii' a gra flannel shirt, open at tho
neck, dark gray trousers ot shoddy,
with the left leg silt from kneo to nr.
kle, grey prison socks, and prison
The witnesses saw him trip on the
edge- of the- lubber mat on which th
denth chair stood and stumblu over
the leg iinKiets-proJetting In front of
the- chnlr legs. They noticed then
that his face was flushed and that IiU
.. .. .,
ASSASSIN CZOLG08Z DIED.
ees were gllttcilng and glancing
wildly fiom one end of the- luws of
witness chairs to too other. They no
ticed that there was nothing to Indi
cate n hicakdovvn; evei) thing to
show that tho assassin would not re
cant, ns he ban said no would not.
Guards and Davis und Thner work
ed cpilckly with tho straps and olcc
trodes. Work as rapidly oh they
would, they were not, however, rapid
enough. The nnaichlst felt thut ho
must strut once mole) aeioss tho
stage before ho disappeared fenever
trom public view. Ills lips opened,
but no sound eamo from them: though
uls Jnws worked convulsively. Ills
face paled. Then sounds enmu fiom
his open mouth. Inarticulate speecu
at flrst, and then phrases .ciuea out
with dlllleulty. Some words that ho
said died away In murmurs. Otheis
had no coherent relations to oue an
other. Enough was heard, though, to
mako his meaning plain. As thu blus
terer snapped out tho declaration
that he wits not sorry for his ctlmn
tho head strap was afllxed. blindfold
ing him and closing his mouth. Some
trace or the lost affection revived
In him and ho mumbled behind thu
Heather which bound his JawB: "I am
awful sorry I could not see my rather,
Only two minutes had elapsed slnco
tho assassin had been brought In auil
ghastly thud as the current of I70U
olts shot through tho body, ciery
niustlo or which contracted nt tho
shock. 'Ihoy saw tho water sciueezed
win m ihu njiutiKcm oi llio leg Uiee
trodes, pour down In n strcnm anil
hi aid It splash on tho floor. Never
did falling water mako so unmusical
n sound. And that waB all thoy saw,
except tho dent! man In tho chnlr that
had had a living occupant only a fiiw
"He never know what hit him,"
said Davla afterward. Tho current
I TM BIST ON BARTH I
I MILWAUKEE I
I BEER I
I It't made on purport to be the best. H
Bottled at the Brewery.
FJEOIIUtK SKEW INd C0.,MllwiskK,Wli.
Hoffschlaeger Co,, Ltd.
King Street, near Bethel.
wai held nt 1700 volts for a fe-vv sec
oads, then reduced slowly to 200 volts.
Tae full current was turned on again
nnd there was another convulsion in
the chair The full current was ap
plied a few seconds only and then ic
du ed to almost nothing. The doc
tors made a brief examination and
then suggested that thero bo a third
contact by way of precaution. Onco
more the full current swept through
the body nnd then was shut off. After
in examination with tho stethoscope
1 Drs. McDonald nnd Gcrln the as
aassln was officially pronounced dead.
Czolgosz died probably In little over
two minutes after he had reached tho
death room. The witnesses fllcd out
rajldly. leaving only the guards and
electricians, who remoicel tho bod)
aa-1 placed it on the floor. An hour
nnd a hair later, when It had grown
cold, the body was placed on the oper
ating table and the autopsy was per
formed. Mr. Spltzkn took several
drawings or the brain for future stud.
The only thing that was left to do
'a the passing or Czolgosz was to btir
h 4 remains. The burial took place
thU artrnoon. The- body wns plated
In a collln enso nnd londed on n wng
on which carried It by n inundnbout
way to the prison cemetery. Another
vaison going b another route, hart
roicht riulil.llmo and nclds to tho
graveyard The piecautlons taken
hi1 been successful In molding n
crowd and onlj n few persons saw
th sbjcetlonnblo scene which lollovv
el when the collln ease was opened.
-" Into the gravo and eiulekllme
and acids dumped in. The- cnith was
shiVt-led In quickly nnd the ginvc-fl"-d
up. It will be a haul place to
Co i and by.
At a meeting of the- Wlntei Ilasei
lai League In the rooms .of the Ho
nolulu Athletic Club Inst evening, tho
rrotcMt of the Capitol learn In thu
matter of the game with the Custom
Houo last Saturday wns not allowed.
It was declared luvalld on account ul
lark of details.
C. r Chlllluswortn resigned as
nrcnlilt-nt of the league and the Cap-It-'
team withdrew rrom the com
pact. The resignation of Mr. Chilling
w rh came about through the propo
sition of Manager Kogarty or tho Cus
turn House team to play eho Capitols
for liooo n side. He- stated that ho
did not wish to bo Identified with
what was little ..otter than a gambling
ifheme-. In conclusion. Mr. Chilling
worth spoke- as follows: "'Iho propo
hit' -n has given the- sport a black ce.
H V Ilaldwln aud other prominent
pf who have been Tntcre sting them
selves In getting a ground for base
bullers arc-, since the J100U challenge
appeared disposed to wath theit
hands of the matter. '
A M Now ell, tho captain of the
Custom House- team, stated that the
elnllenge had been mndo without his
nUkorlt and wns contrary to the
wishes of tho team. He wanted .Mr.
fhllllngworth to reconsider his resig
nation. This he refused to do. nnd
the resignation was tabled. Pogarty,
the man who gave the Advertiser the
"information" without any authoi Uy
bo to do from the captain or members
of the team, cleared Mr. Now oil or all
blame and said he hail furnished tho
Advertiser with the "news."
The action or turning down tho pio
tebt of the Capitol team was most
t-trrnuously obje-ctcd to by Manager
Mahelona. Chllllngworth wanted to
Uciw wluit .Mannger Pogarty mi ant
bv telling people that he. Chilling
woith. hail written the protest him
self I'tigaity leplled that Harney
Joy had liirnlshetl him with the In
formation, Joy was sent for but could
not be found. '
Oldeon Wis't, aged S3, died at :30
o clock last night. Deceased was ono or
tho oldest and best known lesltlcnts of
the city. He was a Mason nnd nn Odd
fellow and was tho flrst man tn the
Islands to take the thlrtj -third degrco
Deceased came to tho Iblands a quar
ter or a ccnturj ago. Ho started up n
small carriage business on Kort street,
a rew doors nbovo Hotel and his bust
ncsb grew so rapidly that ho found It
necessary Anally to move to Alakea
PEACE IS PROCLAIMED
Wllieinstnr. Island or Curacao, Oct.
30 Although President Castro has
proclaimed onco moro that Internal
pcaco clsts In Venezuela this Is tak
en as proof that In spite of his dental
civil war exists in tho republic. No
body nt Caracas considers pcice as
sured. Tho situation was never mom
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tako Laxatlvo Bromo Qulnlno Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It
fails to cure. E. W. drove's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents.
Agents, Broken and Jobbers.
H. P. BALDWIN President
J. D. CASTLE 1st Vice President
W. M. ALEXANDER. ...2nd Vice Pre
J. P. COOKE Treasurer
W. O. SMITH Secretary
GEO. It. CARTER Auditor
Sagar Factors sad
Hawaiian Commercial ft Sugar 0.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahiku Sugar Company.
Kihel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Tie Callfonla i QritiUI S. 5. ft.
W. 6. Irwin & Go
Western Sugar Refinery Company of
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Phila
delphia, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), New York, U. 8. A,
N. Ohlandt & Co.'a Chemical FertU-
Alex. Cross ft Sons' high-grade Fertil
izers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering. '
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
Parafflne Paint Co.'s P. & D. Paints an!
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil.
raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), In white
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime ani
CASTLE & COOKE
Tho Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walamea Sugar Mill Co.
Tho Fulton Iron Works, SL Louis. Ma
Tho Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. I Blake Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance Co.
The Etna rire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
IjIFE and FIRE
Xbw England Mutual Lifh In
surance Co. of Boston.
-Etna Fire Insurance Compart
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. G. Irwin. .President and Manngor
Claus Spreckcls Vice President
W. M. Glffard.. Second Vice President
II. M. Wnltney, Jr....Trcas. and See.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF8AN FRANCISCO, CAL.
C. BREWER & CO., LTD.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawallan Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomca Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co.,
Makee Ceigar Co . Haleakala llannh f!n. -.
Tho Planters' Line of San Francisco, "
packet; Cbas. Berwer & Co.'s Line or f
Boston Packets. .
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. E.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Wa
terhcuso and Geo. R. Carter. Directors.
TtBYoBHamm-YoDDE Co. Ltfi
QUEBN ST.. HONOLULU
The Lancashire insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
Pensylvania Fire Insurance
Chns. T. Wilder,
General Mnnm-ni- r
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Ot the United States for the Ha
lOfflce, ; Merchant Si. : Honolulu.
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