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St. Peterbburg. Oa. 27. An lm
menso sensation has been created hero
by tho nddresb with wnlch M. A.
Stahkovlch, marshal of the provineo
of Orel, Rif eteil the .Missionary Con
gress at Ortl. btaliKot Icli boldly
pleached freedom of conscience, toler
ation of the dlssldiuts and other areli
heresies with which nobles ami offi
cials nro popularly supposed not to bu
tulni-d. The speech nas been printed
by the paper of I'rinco Ouktonisky,
which appears to hatu moio than com
mon out age. nml has called forth a
stoim of pioteist from tho oithodox
priests to whom ho spoke and fiom
the wholo reactionary press.
StahKotlch declared tho orthodox
faith strong enough to bo able to dis
pense with the police, and that It was
time to permit everybody to seek and
preach sahuttou after his own fash
ion. Tho present system of conver
sion was ihaiuiteilzed as barbmotis
and uoise thsii Useless.
Baltimore. Mil.. Oit. 27. The man
agers of the Demociatle machine am
hating thousands of lithographs of 11
(Uitoou struck oil to be scatteied
throughout the Stute. The suhjeit Is
the cuti'itulumeiit by I'leslilent Itoos.
etelt of Hooker T. Washington. In
the upper corner of thu plituiu Is a
cnilcature of I'li'sldent Hoosetelt. etl
clently copied fiom Oppei s wok be
fore tliu assassination ot l'lesldelit
McKlnley. He Is shaking bauds with
A bully negro, who smiles ns thu
l'lesldent says: "I wish )ou would
illnu with Mis. ituosotelt and myself
Ilelow, thu sumii negro Is leniesent-
cd us sitting at tile tablu with Mr. anil
Mis. Hoosuvelt. Tho President, ex
clusively cailcatuied, Is talking and
laughing with him, while Mis. Hoosu
velt Is lepresenteil us smiling as shu
poms tea for them.
Carnegie on Cunul Question.
London, Ot. 2. Dealing with the
Nicaragua cannl question, Mr. Cat no
glu said, "(ireat Britain has acted
with raru good sense. The canal ought
M bu Amerlcnndiullt, with American
liionoy and by American workmen ami
Mnerlcau brains, and now It will be.
There Is no doubt (Ireat Htltain will
eventually bo thu greatest heneflilaiy
mid will havo no reason to lepent thu
couisu shu has adopted,
Santa Cruz, Oct. 2C J. M. Gulterez.
who resides near Watsonvllle, was
madu thu father of a thirty-third child
a few dayB ago, Ho was born In
Mexico, Hiiventy-nlno years ago. und
has been married four times. Of thlr-ty-thrco
children tweuty-one aru living.
JUDGE ESTEE DECLINES
TO DICTATE VERDICT
Panel of Jurors Runs Short for Trial
of Japanese Subcontractor
on the Same Charge
W. M. Campbell wns acquitted hy ilie
Federal Jury jesterday of violating tho
L'nltcd States statute providing tli.it
nut morn than eight hours shall con
stitute, n day' labor on got eminent
works. In denying tho motion to di
rect the Jury to find n verdict of ac
quittal, Judge Otoe paid It una not
cusloni.uy In I'nlted States eemrts to
take n case from n Jury whore there
was evidence to consider.
Besides the contention of Mr. Hob-
ettson for dt fondant leported In thin
paper jeterda that the work In this
ruse did not helling to the I'nlted
i States until It wan accepted hy the in
, tal commandant the attorney mnln
tiilnril that tho prosecution hud not
e en made out n cane ns to the liouri
of work on thl contract
The Jury lellieil at 3 o'clock and ie
turned a vcnllit of "not guilty as he
stands charged In the tudhttuent" at
While tin- Campbell Jury was out
the process of cmpnni-llng a Jury to try
OhUc, tin' Japanese subcontractor from
Cainplll nn Ik-kuii hut lifter M-en
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men (io xciiM.ri. for iniw of hlns
I BKalnst either Asiatic labor or labor
j union, the buMni'Ss v. cut ner until
i thin morning, the clerk being onlered
In the meantime to Mimmon n Kpcclal
en I re of eight additional Jurors. None
I of the men who hurteil on the Camp
l bell inv In eligible fur Ohta's trial.
PUGET 80UND GUNS.
Tncoma, Wnsh.. Oct. SS. Expert
workmen have begun tho construction
of n conning tower to overlook tho
Straits of Kuen on the hill nt Point
WIlMm, near Port Tnwnoend. Other
cunnlns toners will be constructed at
Admiralty head and MnrroWHtouu
point, thereby completing the fortifica
tions which guard the entrance to Pu
Bet Sound. IJach tower is provided
witn n syet m of mirrors wnlch reflect
on prepared charts tho exact position
01 Mi tessel entering the straits. Hy
ujenns of these ihnrts tho gunners nt
the fortltleatlons are ennblcu to aim nt
tessel with exact
only five cnrs ago United stntoi
Senator Wilson di dared In Congiesn
that tho entrnnco to one of the world's
Igrentest highway uf commerce wni
absolutely unproteited. though within
perpetual sound ot the morning and
.evening guns of (licat Ilritalti at Hs.-
nulmalt. The fortifications wero soon
I commenced and hate been
'steadily to eomnb lion.
Vnshlngtori. Oct. 27. The Naty Do
purtment has selected Lieutenant Com
Blunder W. II. II. Snutherland to sue
iced Captnln C. C. Todd as chief by.
Urographer of tho Navy, and orders
hate been Issued detncblng him from
the command of tho Dolpnln. Com
wander Snutherland has come to be ro
gnrded ns an expert ,n hydrogrnphlu
work. He made tho most definite sur
vey ct had of the mouth or tho Ama
zon, and, although the work was con
ducted from the Dolphin with great
difficulty, owing to the lack of suitable
appliances nml tho constant heavy
swell on the bar, that obstacle to miti
gation was successfully and accurate
ly chartered, n work of much talue to
commerce. While In command of tho
Dolphin since that vessel huB been laid
up nt Hoston for repairs Commander
Southerlnnd lias been serving In thu
Navy Department ns nnvnl alii to Sec
Lieut, C'onulr. Albert Cleaves has
been oiciered to the eommniid of thu
Chicago, Oct. 27. Father JeiemlaU
Ciowley, late pastor of St. Mary's
Chinch nt Oregon, III., has been ex
communicated by Arci.ulshop IVi-hau
of the Chicago diocese. The edict of
excommunication forbids nis being
present or nsslstlug at any ot the pulh
lie exercises or offices of religion In
the Homan Catholic Church.
The order was tho result of nt
tacks by rather Crowley upou fellow
pastors and charges of favoiltism,
rrsud and cruelty which he made nt
the time Father .Vuldoon wus conso
liuted as auxiliary luehop of the Chi
csgo illoci'se. i-nther Crowley was
warned lepeatedly to desist, but llnallv
Archbishop Fcehan compelled him to
11 lgn. loiter Father Crowley tilth
diew his leslgiintlou, but It had al
ready been accepted by Chancellor
Hniiy, nml It was made absolute. Thin
Father Crowley bturtecl legal pioi cod
ings to ki ep his successor out of thu
pustulate, and renewed ills uttuiks on
A week ago Cardinal Maitlnelll. the
Pnpnl delegate, 'cainu to curago mid
took llunl nitlon. tic gnvo 1'iithur
Riowley 11 idiom- of two things -to
make liumblii pepauco unit 111 cept
without piotcst a life wfthln the con
tines of a monastery, or bu dismissed
ti.rever fiom the rights and privileges
PI tlio Catholic ihurch. Father Crow
ley was glicn until Saturday night to
decide, and ns nothing was heard
from him mi order of excommunica
tion was seat today hy ArchblshouJ
rii-nun to every pastor in the diocese.
Father Crowley received a copy of
tho order, but ho bade dellnnce to It to
day mid attended two mnsses. It Is
cald he will appeal to tho Popo.
Pittsburg, Oct. 29, Fear Is express
id by oil men ot Pittsburg and West
ern I'ennuilvnnla tlmt a scarcity ot
high-grade cruuc ull Is Impending, tin
cgiisu of thu Increased consumption,
mid thu lessening How of tho old' wells,
while thu ni-tv strikes within the lust
few months havo been small and un
Imuoitant. Thu facts hatu been
hiought homo suddenly by tho fact
that October will show a reduction In
thu stocks of nearly -half a million
barrels. The Texas and other West
ern oils, at tlrst feared, will not reluvo
tho hlgh-grnilo market, Exhaustlv
tests by tho Standard Company, Just
completed In this city, havo proved
beyond any doubt that thu basu for a
grade product does not exist In tho
Beaumont and Indian Territory oil,
That It is valuable for fuel oil was
shown sumo time ago.
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MKs 111.:,,.! I- n eharn.liiL- vim n.-ire- ..; . f ' il "'"n', "J
Janiex K IlniK.lt Till- .tear he Is u leading I id ).l:itli.i. tlio tltltf role of
S..M""illl"li.nNl.;.n.lr Hb.eNt.l n.:...:.g. -' -. pUUtdherou.
is u lonilng Maude Adam-.
Victoria, B. C, Oct.. 27. Mall ad
t iccoriu, ij. ia, ucu, ... .- --
vices by the Olympic. hlch urrlved
esterday. tell of fresh troubles in
South China. Canton papers report
outrages by Triads at llln Ming, whero
a German ihiinh has been burned and
fim h iwiyuiHim
the missionaries itnrrowly escaped meury. nnu lears mat 100 inueii hiss
with their lives. They fled and made Ing will contribute to the propagation
their way to Canton nfter many nd- of disease. For the present Dr. Schule
tentures. some of tlum'lylng hidden confines himself to consumptives or
In n drain for two days without food, those suspected of having that disease
The Triad rebels afterward attacked Br. Siliulx rcominendS that they do
the town ami there was 11 light In thu not Indulge In kissing, for tho reason
streets with the towns-people, In which that genus are ap to gather uioiind
tho rebels wero tktorlous. und about a tho mouth. Whllu tho Commissioner
hundred of the inhabitants were- killed. '""" no authority to enfoieu his recom
Word of the capture of the ilty, mendatioii. he will give It the streugtti
which was lurtlallv burned by the f "'" support so far ns hu U able.
rebels, was can led to General Wu.
wlio illstutchcil n forte of imnerlal
tioops to meet the rebels. Two forces
ndiuneed on the Triads ns they were
massing after leaving llln Ming und 't tho Commissioner In controlling
they wero Blgnally defeated, oier 200 consumption In this city. If the plana
being killed and the others put to of thu Commissioner uro carried out.
flight. A lurgo number were captured consumptives or suspects will havo lit
nnd thero was a wholesale execution tie time to uttend to business or any
a few das after the defeat of the thing else aside from living up tu tho
rebels, isu being publicly vdecapltutcd. rules. The doitor advises them tu cx-
BLANCHE BATES ILLNB86.
New York. Oct. 2(i. The company
f,8 ,,XCS Vvuuus raui louers bolc achI ull this In nddltlon to thu
t.!!.rof7ji:,sxAD;,ouV.utsd1: '' - .' ?
sou to u close- in Philadelphia tonight, friendship or for love, for this, sus the
lu all probability the career of thu Commissioner, is dungefous In thu ex
play mentioned Is at nn end, this con- treme,
dltlon being duo solely to tho serious-
ness or the illness of Blanche Bates,
who was thu star of tho organization.
While Miss Bates' condition Is nu
longer causing anxiety ns to her recov
ery, she will surely tic unable to ap
pe ar again upon Ihe stage of exert her
self to any gieat uxtent for suternl
mouths to come. She has successfully
passed tho crisis ot tho attack of ty
phoid which compelled her retirement.
hut tne malady lias very greatly weak'
elied her. nnd It will bu quite out of
the question for her to imdeitako any
TOOK JAPANESE SEALED.
Victoria. II. C Oct. 26. Accoidlnir
t- udvlces received by tho steamer
Ulympln, which itrilvcd this afternoon
Irom the Orient, three moro schoou-
ers Japanese sealers, novo been seiz-
ed hy tho Russian cruiser Yakut for
scaling within tho limit around tho
Copper nnd other Russian seal islands.
This makes six schuoners and a boat'B
crow of another which havo been selz-
ed this year, or about sov euty-one men,
most of them Japanese, but some
Amencuns mm uwuuians. 1 no
unlwinnofj unni ttnli.ti ti tliilnniniilin-.
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the, men to Vlndlti.Kt.iK. wl.er,, u.,m.,
were senteiiced to a ear In Jail and
others were, waiting trial.
Another schooner which was seized
was udeuseil, us It was shown that tho
yuiiuui. ...in mm ins iiciiiiugB unu nun
uion unveil into tne proliiuited zone.
mioi illation will be git en later.
Poitlnnd, Or., Oct. 20. Two young e
women, Annu Caton and Myrtle Love, ... ,, . .
living a fow miles I'ast of l.iant'B Pass, ,u?c'L,i"?' -2B.-Pieslillng at
were- uttacked by an enormous pan- 1 , '.I, nto,tl ",J "' Jho "morod cruls
11,.. n,i i.ui rn,n, ,..,,, r ,i,i er Leon (lambettu, tho Minister of Ma-
of nnu of th.'in thu result mlcht hate
em inn rcsiiii inigiic nine
i. The two young women
'd in wnshlng clothes in u
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deck near the. farmhouse whero tliuy
lived when they weru attracted by thu
in tw.dvo feet or them, ins tall wav-
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tlms and every musclu set leiidy for
With great presence of mind, Miss
Caton Hung an niinful of wet clothes
Into thu face of thu monster, and, tuk
s, thu panther skulked Into ,'"" r, ,r. .i-Mfn .'' . ,7 ' . ,er
nnd disappeared, whllu tho '" ,"' , ,'i" "; MJ 'wllty nt Its ships
. screaming Into thu house. "V,,".th" ,V',n .,b.er8; "lK .Bl,""K
women ran scn-amlng
A Ilttlo over a year ago pantners ap
peared at tho sumo place and attempt
ed to carry uwny a baby, but wero
frustrated by thu child's mother.
Mutton can bo made almost as dell-
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rate as venison, and loses largely its
objectionable flavor If marinaded. To
prepare the marinade add to one part
strong elder vinegar and one part wa-
ter a few whole cloves, soma allspice
nnd pepper corns and a few slices of
onlnn If thn flavor Is llkp.l finmc, ndd
oi ion If the flavor Is liked. Home aim
sliced carrot. Put the meat In this
mixture (the liquid should CQver tho
meat) and leuve 13 hours, or over
night; then lool aa usual,
TABU ON KIW BY
,:.:.'," , . , ,,,,
Scliulx. Health Commissioner of MIL
wuuK.ee. cnu currj uui uis iu, --
Ing in tljls city will undergo a marked
decrease. The Commissioner has be-
come 1111 ardent devotco of tho germ
''''' position of Dr. Scliulz was inada
Public b thu luam-o of leconimenda
tlons to lonsumptlies and requests to
ph) sic lulls, who mo askt'd to cooperate
pertorato only on pieces or lupcr or
bits of cloth carried for that purpose,
and which must be burned Immedi
ately, or in a pasteboard box, the bot
tom of which is to bo covered with car-
EARL MAY NOT LAND.
Now York, Oct, 23. John Francis
Stanle, ICarl Huascdl und Viscount
Amberley of Amberley, county of
Gloucester, and of Ardsulla, county of
Meuth, Is In danger of being held for
deportation like any ordinary criminal
as soon 11s hu attempts to laud In the
United States. Ho wns conilcted ro.
cently on n charge of bigamy und has
Just been relised from serving a term
of four months' Imprisonment.
ny ,l10 Federal law all persons who
huvo been convicted of cilniu which
"oes not fall under the lieud of polltl
cal offenses must bo excluded from this
country, and though Lord Russell,
bIiuo his release fiom prison, has been
divorced b his tlrst Countess and has
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T,1" )1"1"? Cooko- ll ' h'suly -Irob-
nblu tlmt tlie C011H of Special Inquiry
will rcfuso to ullow tho pair to land,
Orders havo been received from Wash-
Ington by thu Immigration uuthorltlci
bere Instructing the officers of tho poit
to keep a close watch 011 ull Incoiulu
leh and to hold tho Earl for exam-
rl' Woman's Guild of St.. Clement's
chapel will hold their third annual
Christmas fair on tho rectory grounds.
on Saturday, Dec. 7. Tho usual uttrac-
tlons will be found nt this fair. Fuller
r,no!, ' ,,,) Lnnnesan. said she was
, .v. . ;r . ; : -
X "rn "" v CO,,t "g?t V, V1,War'1 ,,f
?.??, ""'I1' '!" laLh ,?' whl?!' I'ossesi
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S'6?.0",' l?,c"U,es w" nn'l.
!? r"D' ";""' cniy nt 8ea ' '"
same becurlty that her numerous mil .1
,,ni.,. " . , t . ..
. ",a"?n, "8?"rui1 ht'r on tho Co,"l'
ni. h " '" ..,
i,,, .u iiuiivii .eneu.n wt-ru IIIDIU
costly, they wero also worth more than
Jhu ships of other maritime nations.
....wD tuuni ..u,u ..j uuuuruuiy pre
serve peuco und liberty.
Snn Diego, Oct. 27. Steps havo been
taken for the erection of a Masonic
'TO1.?: t IIOUOOB, on tho corner
or hirtu nnu u Btrocts.rArticlos of In
corporation of tho Masonic Templo As-
soclatlcin havo been tiled, naming the
following prominent Mnions as dlrert-
ors: It. M. Powers, N. II, Conklln,
Simon Levi, S. W. Hnckett, E. T.
Ulnckraor. Elyji i B, Gould, W. J. Da-
vls' S' ' Smltll nnd A. H, Sweet,
M of wealthy citizens
nn(1 'most of Uom nro omcn f"(t1
or another of tho Masonlo bodies. Tho
association has secured an option on
the lot at 110,000.
ANOTHER TRIAL ON
AT END OF AFTERNOON
An Indictment Quashed and Defendant
Held for Grand Jury
Plea in Abatement
Judgo Humphreys yesterday after
noon began the trial of Manuel Sanzo
lor selling liquor without n license, the
following Jury being sworn: Jos. I,,
tlansman, .las. Knhalepua, w. o. How-
land, Alex, Aona. Edw. Woodward, Da
vid Notley, Hnrry S. swlnton, ctins.
Dudolt. Jr.. Guy Livingston, Kilwln it.
Blake, and Geo. W. Harrison. The trial
was begun Immediately upon tne open
ing of the nftirnoon session, and wns
not concluded at the adjournment of
In the case of Territory ts. Kumano
Kcaloha, charged with larceny In the
second degree, the motion to quash tho
Indictment on the ground that It tt.it
Insufficient, wns sustained, t'pon 1110
Hon of Deputy Attorney General Colli-
cart, the defendant wis ordered Into
custody by the court, to nwnlt the nn-
tlon of the net Grand Jury.
In the case of Knalhiie, tried for
rape, the Jury In Judge. Gear's court
found a tcrdlct of not guilty Just lifter
the Bulletin went to press csterday
Henry Paulo was then put on trial
on the charge of Indecent exposure,
the following Jury being sworn: Joe
Richard, Chns. IJ. Lake, Geo. Knla,
Geo. W. Mucy, II. C. Illckerton. Ruby
A. Dexter. Wm. Herrlck, A. O. Nlchola.
Herman Levy, Jno. St. D.itls, Jacob
Iindo. Benjamin It. Campbell. Tin
Jury retired at J o'clock, and In two
hour3 agreed upon a verdict of "guilty
of common nuisance In the second de
gree." Tho, Court Imposed n sentence
of two months In prison at hard Inbor,
which is the maximum punishment un
iter the law. The defendant is also re
quired to pay the costs, amounting to
Judge Gear oicrruled the plea of
abatement In the enfe of Territory ts,
B. Gusman. charged with murder in
the second degice.
HAD WEAK HEART.
Philadelphia. Oct. 24. The Phllndel
phi.v Medical Journal tomorrow will
likens the death of President McKIn
le, ascribing it to degenerated henit
mujel.i "We hate never nltogcthei'
Eh.ired the opinion of those who pro-
fes-d to see an unsolied mjstery In
President JlrKlnleys death," the nr-
tirle vlll s.v, "and since we hnte rend
Dr. Gaylor's leport of the autopsy tic
hh itlll lies inclined to see any ground
for mysttllcatlon In tho sad ctcnt. In
our Judgment tho immediate cause of
death was degenerated heuit muscle.
The clinical progress of tho case point
ed to that condition, nnd the autopsy
"Tho President suffered from the
effect of the shock, caused not only hy
as.tulu but especially by tho opera
tion. TbU wns inevitable. This is
by r.o means the first case in abdomi
nal surgery fli which the hcail has
baffled thu best Bklll."
$1750 FORA PINK
uiitcago. uct. :i. II, uidrcdge. a
millionaire sewing machine manufnc
turer ot Belvldere, III., has paid il7u0
for a single bloom of n salmon colored
carmtlon. While Eldredgc was win
terlng In California last season he
accidentally tan across an Oakland
florlit, who made a casual rcmnrlc
about a rule variety of salmon colored
bloom blended with crimson which he
had recently developed In his censer
vatory. KIdiedge wanted the plant
and money was no object to him; so
nfter n few hours' dickering, he se
cured it for I17o0.
The carnation wns about three
months old nt the time and it Is now
In full bloom In Eldredge's conserva
tory at Belvldere. Its owner hits
christened it "KIdiedge B." carnation
11 Is . crois between the John Cnrhonn
jellow and, red variety and the llindt
which U white and red.
Maggie (aged 7) I s'pose you know
il.U Chauiicoy and I nro engaged?
Katiu No, but I V pec ted It! I heard
dd poor guy could never learn to say
The A. R. BREMER CO.
CONFIDENT OF SUCCESS
More Favorable Reports Received Yes
terday from Persons Who Re
ceived Free Samples of Coke
Dandruff Cure by the
DO Peoplo Out of the LnormoiiH
Crowd Who Obtained Free
Samples) Have Reported,
So far On people, out of tho multitude)
who applied at thu Hobron Drug Co.
drug store on Friday and Saturday
Inst for a fieo trial bottlo of Coke
Dandruff Cine- have reported; nil but
four give tho btiongest prulse. The
A. It. Bremer Company do not claim
that scalp tumbles or long standing
will yield at once, but the eneouinglng
leports from so largo u nuijoilty of
thoso heard from mo most uratirylng
nun tho Indications nro Unit both the
public and the A, It. Bremer Company
will have gieat cause for rejoicing.
Coko Dandruff Cure Is guaranteed to
cure Dandruff, Fnlllng Uulr. Itching
of tho Scalp, nnd Is one or thu best
Tonics and Invlgorators for the Hair
and Scalp In tho world.
Ask tho Hahion Drug Co. Your bar
ber uses it.
Agents, Brokers and Jobbers,
P. BALDWIN prestaeni
J, B. CASTLE 1st Vice President
W. M. ALEXANDER.... 2nd Vice Free
J. P. COOKB Treasurer
W. O. SMITH Secretary
GEO. R. CAHTEn Auditor
Sugar Factors aid
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Ce,
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Kthcl Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Tie Califoraia ait flrkitil S. S. a.
W.G. Irwin &6o
Western Sugar Refinery Company of
Baldwin Locomotive Works ot Phila
delphia, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), New York, U. S.A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'d Chemical Fertil
izers. Alex, Cross & Sons' high-grade Fertil
izers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR BALE:
Paraffino Paint Co.'s P. & B. Paints an!
Papers; Lucol and Llnsccd Oils,
raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), In white
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime anl
The Uwa Plantation Co.
Tho Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
Tho Walamca Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, SL Lquls, Ma
Tho Standard Oil Co.,
Tho Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
Tho New England Lite Insurance Co.
The Etna Firo Ins. Co. ot Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co, ot London.
LIFE and B'IRE
Sbw England Mutual Lifb in
surance CO. OF BObTON.
cCtna Fire Insurance Company
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. O. Irwin. .President and Manager
Claus Spreckels Vlco President
W. M. Glffard.. Second Vlco President
H. M. Wnitney, Jr. . . .Treas. and Sec
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
C. BREWER & CO., LTD.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. 1L
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookals
Sujjar Plant. Co., Onomea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co.,
Mnkce lugar.Co., Halcakala Ranch Co.,
The Planters' Lino of San Francisco,
Packet; Cbas. Bcrwer & Co.'s Line ot
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. SI. Coolto, President; George
Robertson, Manager; E. F, Bishop,
Treasurer and Socrotary; Col. W. K.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Wa
torhcuso and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
QUEBN 8T., - HONOLULU
The Lancashire insurance Co.
The Balolsa Insurance Co.
Uplon Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
Pensylvania Fire Insurance
Chris. T. Wilder-,
General Manager of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United States for the Ha
Office, : Merchant St. : Honolulu.