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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. lift T .MONDAY, NOV. 11, 1901.
Surgeon, Physicians and Dentlttt.
4 Agents, Brokers and Jobber.
75 and 70 King Street
TELEPHONE NO. 31.
NOW li tho tlmo to cot leaks
breakages seen to, and our
Roofs Put In Order.
By competent workmen.
The Plumber's Strike
I over, and I am again prepared
to do Plumbing, Sewering and
Sheet Iron Work as heretofore.
Estimates furnlthed... Work
manthlp ana material guarav
das. Nott, Jr., '
Store, Beretanla opp. Alakea St.!
Tel, White 3571.
SHEET METAL WORKS
H. W. BARTH.
Galvanized Iron Skylights anj Ventllitor
Conductor Pipe and Gutter Work.
JTtbAri Street bft. Qttn inj .Vitrei). nt ''onolultl
Jobb itttomvUy att.ei.4 l.
Ttl. Vhite 41 P. O. Box 270.
C. R. Hemenway
OFFICE 406 JUDD BUILDING.
TEL. 314 MAIN.
Albert R. Cunha
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
808 Stangenwald Building
TELEPHONE- MAIN 31.
W. Anstii Whiting,
W. J. Robinson,
famr-ed to Room 306, Judd Building
i M. KANEAKUA,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Office Bethel 8t, Near the Postofflce.
Decorate Yoir Homes
with the very
Latest . .
Lewers & Cooke,
J. D. Jewett
,. J. WILLIAMS
Razors Honed and Set
Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop.
FOR SO CBNT8.
TEL. MAIN 64.
Mrs. H. H. Williams
Art Embroldtry and Stamping.
Full line of Art Materials : :
Art Embroidery Tauzht : :
Love Bulutlne. Port Street
COTTON BROS. & CO.
ENGINLERS AND ! : :
plus ir.J litlmatrt lumlttud (or ill cLsmi
KOOM wo. BOSTON DLOCK. - HQVOI t)LI'
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RrVBTED PIPE3 for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WQRK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
omce, Mao jj.
P O Box Sot.
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SUSDMTS ! P HI.
Dr. Albert E. Nichols
1154 Alakea Street,
Ofllce Hours , 9
A. C. WALL, D.D.S.
0. E. WALL, D.D.S.
I.ovo Building, Tort Street.
Hour, 9 to 4. Telephone Muln 320.
Dr J. Atohorloj lias removed lite of
fice from 70S Fort street to 313 Kin?
street, next to Opern House.
Hour 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Tel. Blue 1261.
Olfice Tel.Vhlte 1371.
Dr. W. H. Jones
M.R.C.V.S , M.V. M.A., ondon.
OFFICE Hotel Stables
The California," Env
Dr. Wm. G. Rogers,
SURGtON AND SPECIALIST.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Exclusively
REMOVED to new ofllco, 1146 Ala
kea Street, opp. Hawaiian Hotel.
Hours. 9 to 12, 3 to 5:30, 7 to 8: Sun
days, 9 to 11.
ejes liy lemov
Ins first ami 111
tlo o y o Ills
which ml Klit
Krow to bis
Sn o your
money by In
t for earning It,
bave jour tlmo by enabling jou to
see, nnd net promptly, without delay.
Sao your temper, by relief from
nen cracking. Irritating ejo strain.
I A. IN. 5 A IN r-OKU,
Manufactured from Pure
Delivered frc! to any part of
city by cnurteous drivers.
Oahn Ice aod Electric Co.
-cL. BLUE 3151
lOFFMAN & MARKHAM.
CORRECT STYLES FOR
The Incoming season brings a va-
riety of attractive styles In men's
suits that cannot fail to nlenHii nnv
man of good taste. In SUltS for even-I
Ing dress, day dress, half-dress or for
business, as well as suits for loung
ing, golfing, cycling and horseback
nuing the excellent taste nnd com
mon senso Ideas that nre given ex
pression aro sure to appeal strongly
to all good dressers. Tho snmo may
also bo said of overcoats, both for
street wear nnd for wear over an
evening dress suit.
So much has been said eonceiulne
tho Importance of dress In theso
times that no one can longer duuht
that advantages come through keep
ing In touch with fashion. The well
diessed man Is moie at case, com
mands' moro respect nnd has creator
chances of success than tho man who
neglects his clothing. Appearances
hnvo so much to do with tho woild's
Judging. Whether It bu Just or not,
It Is true thnt thu public largely esti
mates a man's worth, and abllltj by
tho expression given lu his dross.
Fashions lu men's nttiiu havu been
growing moro practical during the
few joars just past, and the piesent
season shows a gratifjlng ndvanic
nicnt in thlB direction.
Bxtrorao width nnd hclgnt of shoul
ders In all coats and extreme waist
length In sacks marked tuo styles of
a jear ago, and though there will bo
no predominant fenturo in any gar-
ment to distinguish the now stvlea
from those of last spilng nnd sum-
?."!. h S?.l xpresslon or com-
pleto suits wilt bo sufficiently differ
ent that even tho most casual obsciv-
cr may recognize thu new nt a glance.
The most notnblo changes aro coufln
ed to coats, nnd though but natural
and graceful developments of tho
lintures thnt characterized tho sprlug
and summer styles, they make thu
eoats of tho Incoming season easily
ri cognizable to thosu who have even
u slight Interest in the doings of lash
ion The changes n Icrred to nro an
Increase of two oi three inches In the
length of nil coats of the frock type,
whether for day or evening worn, n
lonsidernblo decrease In cutaway ef
fect of all cutaway frocks and sacks.
Increased waist fullness In sacks, a
decided boxy, effect In nil oveicoats,
and n raining of tho notch of nil coats
without lessening thu leugth of tlio
roll below. All coats rontinuo to have
high and broad shoulders, though
these features will bu somewhat less
prominent than last year, nnd will I
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Hllo, Nov. ". Hllo was lu a merry
mood last Saturday ntRht. The circus
nttracted hundreds and the perform
ance was so satisfactory that all left
tuu leni in a nappy una t'uuii'iiit'u
frame of mind. The circus oer. many
people went to the Japanese theater
whkh was crowded from pit to dome.
Tho play was n pirt of the Jap.inesH
relebratlon of the Kmperor's birthday
anil the oriental theater was ueioral-
eil In n million colors jnd fanciful de-
slKns. Not only were enthusiastic Ju-
panose .it the show, but scoreH of Am-
erlcans weie present IndudlnR many
representatives from the best i Ircles
The presentation of the pla lasted
from 7 to 12 o'clock midnight.
The Japanese of the illy had a great
holiday Saturday. The birthday of
the Kmperor was Sunday, Novembei 3,
but his people hero celebrated the an
niversary on the day before. Japan
ese of all vocations were given a day
off. White flags with tho red center
fluttered In tho nlr by the hundred.
Japanese music was plajed In tho
streets at thu head of marching pro-
cessions. Down pn Trent street, whero
the Oriental population Is thickest,
thcro was feasting and drinking nnd
orderly happiness all day long. The
neaun or mo Japanese umperor was
drunk In many n long glass nf sakl,
A representative Japanese was ap
proached by a Tribune reporter with
the remark, "jour people nre having a
"Not very big. Celebration this jear
very quiet. You see, our llmpcror U
alive but our President Is dead."
Sacks retain the long-wnlst ,
effect nnd, llko the
rnxmnil In li.ni.tli.
Iiochs, are lu-
Tin, rhgrn-ra In v,-ln nml trnllm-ru
aro slight. In ves.ts, both single nnd
double breasted, the opening Is lessen
ed ,to correspond with tho decreased
length of the opening of toats, and lu
double breasted vests the button rows
nil. be given less top spread. Trous
ers will have a slight increaso In bot
tom width, which will hill the peg leg
effect that has for several seasons
been a Katun.-.
Fancj fabrics will bu especially pop
ular, though not the kind that cxpu-ss
themselves In bold plaids, stripes and
color contrasts, but those which np
pi al to thu art sensu In both pattern
and color, Orajs of u brlghtei and
gnjer tone than those of somu seasons
past will be prominent. In design,
plaids nnd checks will predomlnnte,
though stripes are also in favor. New,
rich colors will bu In evidence lu soft
and mellow combinations, especially
tonus of olive green and brown. For
dress and half dress suits, black wors
teds and cheviots w..i be worn. Vest
Ir.gs are In subdued colors nnd cffci ts.
and trouserings havu modestly pro
Proper Evenina Dress.
The swallowtail or full dress suit Is
thu only correct attire for men after
0 p. ra , whero ladles are present lu
nlng costume. The dress coat Is
mu;h more frequently mado with
P'ed lapels than with shawl roll,
though both aro correct. Tho
(shoulders of tho dress coat aro moder-
iy ". thojujh not i jo wide as those
of coats for day wear, nnd tho extreme,
leugin is mo same as ror mo uouuie-
breas fd frock. Tho skirt straps are
very long unci uxicnu ouck co urn nip
bone, giving the coat nearly the ap
pearanco oi an r.ion jac-hei, wuen
viewed squarely from the front. Tho
skirts taper to u width of flvu nnd a
bnlr Inches, nnd the roll extends n
trlllo below tho second buttonhole.
The roll Is slU faced to the button
holes, and tho edges are generally
blind studied, though nairow binding
Is permissible. Tho favorite mateiinls
nro Sedan cloth, fllo weave worsted
nnd undnBBcd worBtod vicuna for
coat nnd trousers, whllo tho vest may
bu of same mnturlul. or of fancy vest'
Ing. white or light colored nnd either
plain or relluveil by biocades or cm
brolderj". Tho Tuxedo, though not a dress
mat. Is so closely allied by misguldid
custom that I Bhall consider It under
the sumo heading. This coat Is oIbo somewhat bluntly rounded nt the, hot- gives tho wonrcr ease nnd pleasure
known as the dinner coat or dress torn. This coat Is, I think, almost ag Los Angeles Herald.
So ou mo still In mourning for
I 'No." leplled tho Japanese, "but wo
tempi r our festivities on account of
the Krent sorrow which lately iame to
the Ami rlcan people of whom vw nre n
part. Our consul nt Honolulu wrote m
In nply to n question that wo ciulil
itlebrate the Emperor's birthday, but
he Insisted that the daj's prociedlnss
,mlRl bo quel and orderiy out of ro
pnrd to the American nation's recent
berenxemint lu tho loss of a Presi
Tlirnnph Ihn rntintrv nt nil flip tilnn.
tatlons the Japanese celebrated the day
)n ,,10 same mnnnf.r. At mntlj 0f thu
p.,tatlons contests and Karnes wiro
t, or,er o( ,), (Iay nml nigral ,,rZP,
clu BuCn by the mannKers.-Trlbune.
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Washington, Nov. 1. The camera
flcmls line nuimsi'd the Hoo-eclt
chllilrori so mtiih In their plnjground
south of the White House that tha
giouuds will ho closed to tho public
During the lime when tho gates worn
open people have been allowed to stroll
over tho lawn and even to approach Urn
White Houbo and seo the President go
out for his dallv horseback rldo at 4
o'clock. The Roosevelt children nro
usually plavlng In the grounds at that
hour, and they havo frequently been
asked by vlultors with cameras to doa
for their photographs. If they refused
or Ignored the requests they were per-
slstently followed about the ground. I
The President has expressed a dlsliko.
gates be kept closed at all houri of
tho dnj. Tho only exception to the
rule 111 be mado each Saturday after
noon during the summer season, when
the Mnrlne Rand gives n concert.
THE MEN THIS SEASON
sacks, though no matter by what namu
It may be called. It Is us mucn a neg
ligee and as Utile a dress garment ni
liny other sack when worn on occa
sions that call for full dress. It Is nt
best only an npology for tho swallow
tall coat, and advertises the wearer
IM unable, to afford a dress coat or too
Ignorant of social requirements to
know what Is duq others, or else so
thoroughly convinced of his own Im
portance that he believes no can do as
he pleases regardless of proprieties.
The Tuxedo may bo worn for loung
ing, at semi-formal evening gather
ings, at informal dinners, at billiards,
when visiting from club to club and
at tho theater when unaccompanleu
by Indies, but bejond such usu It must
be regarded as nn impertinence. It Is
made with shuwl roll. Like all other
kneks, the Tuxedo now follows tho fig
ure to tho waist. It Ib mado Irom tha
snmo material as, the dress coat.
Dress for ...e cay.
Though threo and four-button cut
away flocks aro still tolerated for
morning wear ns dress coats, tho
iiouuiuijieastod frock anil single
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morning and afternoon. The double-
bieastod frock continues to be tho
fnvorlte coat for wear at any tlmo re
quiring full dress before tho conven
tional evening begins, thougn It Is In
reality no moro appropriate than tho
Rtialght-front frock. Tho double
breasted frock will have a full length
oi six inches moro than half
wearers height, tho lapels will bo
peaked and tho fronts will usually
". our J-ly. rtowlnj onj.
huttouholo upon tho roll, which will he
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rlably double U mado from fancy vest-
' uiin I
Ily the term lialf-dre.su I mean dress
that partakes almost equally of the
characteristics of day dress and busl-
ness dress. The most popular half-
diess coat Is tho three-button cutnwny
num. uiuiigii iuo louruuuon siyio is
worn by tall men to avoid the placing
of buttons too far apart. Thu latest
expression of tho cutaway frock has
two to threo Inches moro skirt length
than nny of thu other st j It.B. nnd is cut
nway fiom about four Inches nbove
tho waist seam to the front center of
tho leg on nearly a straight lino and is
UNDER BY PUNABOliS
Score Was 36 to 0 College Boys
Went Around the Eods
-Morse Star Player
The football name between the 1'una
hou Athletfc Club nnd Artlllciy team!
on Saturday afternoon list, showed
toncluslvelj the superior play of thu
former organisation. Whllo tho game
was really n good one from start to
finish ntid while the Artillery men put
up n hard light. It could be easily seen
tb.it thej had met more than their
mitch. It was not so easy to get
through the line of the soldiers but
their ends were badly guarded, the
I'unahous making frequent plays
mound to light nnd to left. It wns tho
liist game of tho season and showed
Hint there Is n gre-nt deal of room for
Improvement on the part of the sol
diers. Him ever, when the I'unahous
buck up against the Malle-IllmaM nnd
Honolulu Athletic teams, they may llnd
a gie.it difference.
The game Saturday afternoon start-
id off shortly after 3 o'clock with W.
H Ilabbltt acting as referee nnd John
II Wise as umpire In place of tho oftl
clal umplie, Oiorge R. Carter, who
lould not be nresent. Tho work of
.Mr. Ilabbltt cannot bo too highly com
mended. Not for one moment wj
th re n hesitancy on his part in giving
rti-clsloni anil when ho did say a thing,
that settled It. Again, he was quick
In whistling his kick-offs and down
so that there was nlwajn a snap to the
gnme although It was one-sided.
Tho grounds were roped oft and a
force of efficient mounted officers under
Deputy Sheriff Chilllngworth went the
rounds nnd Kept out those who had no
business Inside the lines. On one oc
casion n man tried to dispute tho au
thority of the police and was thrown
out by Mr. Chilllngworth.
When the game started, the Punv
hnu men were nt the Bwn and the sol
diers on the Walklkl side of the illvld
Ing line. The ball wns kicked far into
the soldiers' territory nnd then there
wns n hard line fight for about dvj
minutes, the soldlern trjlng to get
through Puliation's line. Small g.iir.a
were made nnd then I'unahou got tho
ball. This finished the soldiers, for
they never got the ball again during
the first half nnd their play was there
fore on tho defensive for the wholr
time. At the end of thu flm half, the
Pcoio stood 21 to 0, Soper fnlllng three
times to kick go-u.
In the second- half, the soldiers show
ed the effects of their hard defensive
plaj nnd were therefore nn easy marl
for the Punahous. The score at the
end of the game was 36 to 0.
.Morse was the star plajer for the
PunnhoiH In the first half. Ills ruuj
around the end, aided by fine Inter
firence of his team. In tho second
half, Morse nnd Downing, tho two half-
bucks, were relieved by Marcalllno and
When the second half was
team spiung a tendon nnd Illgler took
his place. For tho Artillery, Comic
sky plajed a fine game. Smith also
plajed a good game.
The line-up was as follows!
dresBj In nppearance as tho straight
For business the sack suit will pre
dominate, though there will be more
cutaway frocks worn than for several
5 ears. Ltoth will be chiefly mado from
fancy and mixed suitings, and for
double breasted sack suits a dark
cheviot or serge will often bo used
for tbc coat and some fancy wool for
the trousers. There Is qulto a .wide
variety of btjles In this season's sacks,
but I havo reason to believe that tha
three-button and four-button cutaway.
the straight front nnd tho double-
breasted will be most popular. Tho
cutaway frocks will havo hip flaps
and be longer In the waist and less
cut away tbnn the half-dress cutaways
The vest may bo single or double
breasted for any business suit, wheth
er of same material or of fancy vest
The Inverness Is unquestionably in
gi eater favor than ever before, and In
Indispensable to correct evening dross.
It may be made of any dressy over-
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coaling oi mcaium wcigni. win navw
inches In length than tho wearer's full
height. It will bo an extreme box with
straight shoulder Beams, and tho Bide
Beams, also straight, may either be
vented or closed to tho bottom. The
gorgo will be cut to follow the neck,
tho collar will bo of velvet and the
fionts will close to tho throat. Tho
cape will bo JUBt long enough to cover
h hnnrf ulifen thn nrm hnnrra nnln.nl.
ly. The most popular ovorcoat for day
nagl ? socond In favor and entirely
wear win ex.- me unesicrnein, wnn inn
for wear with evening
Nothing coulu bo moro untrue than
tll0 common Idea that to bo correctlj
--rcd one must copy tne 7nct al
.?- low. by the fashion plates.
ann lnal n eiiuressocl man must
ht,Vo a bomewhat foppish appearance.
Ono Is never correctly dressed unless
becomingly dreBSod, .uo competent
tailor Is tho ono who studies men ns
closely as ho studies tho fashions. He
must bo ablo to Bdcct or modify a
stylo with regard to the particular ro
qulrcmentB of tho Individual. Ho musl
not accept fashion's rules ns bolng ub
salute, but rather ns suggestions thnt
aro to guldo him In harmonizing n mnn
and his dress, for tho most noticeable
characteristic of n woll dressed man Is
the harmony that exists between his
personality and his clothes. It Is tho
becomlngnesB of ono's dress that
makes a faultless annearanco' nnd
COMB IN TO
A. R. BREMER & CO.
One Hundred and Ninety -five People
So Far Reported.
178 SAY THEY HAVE RECEIVED
The Public Test to Prove the
Merit o( Coke Dnntlrufl Cure
Is Awakening Great
When It Is considered that 19 peo
ple suffering from Dandruff, falling
Hair, ami Scalp Troubles of one kind
or another have within this short
tlmu found a remedy so greatly benefi
cial to them, what a blessing Coke
Dandruft Cure will provo when all
troubled with these unclean diseases
of the scalp know of Its grent work.
Today COKE DANDRUFF CURR
has more warm friends In Honolulu
nnd vicinity than nil other hair and
st.a!p preparations put together.
It has In this short tlmo firmly es
tablished Itself, nnd gained the confi
dence of the people In this community.
Tnere are hundreds of thousands of
ptople troubled with Dandruff thnt
could lie free from every trace of It In
a few dajs bj using one bottle of
COKIl DANDRUFF CURB, which I
guaranteed to cure. The llobron Drug
Co and all dealers report enormous
riIim of this valuable preparation.
. F. Armstrong
C'omtnsky I.. Robinson, A. Judd
Bennett W. Walker
Hawkins. Blgler. Morse, J, Marcalllno
lloctor (captain) .... Downing, Ingalls
Ne Voik, Oct. 31. A cable to the
Sun from Peking sajs: The edict Is
sued jesterday to the effect that the
court would stop Ave dajs nt Honan-fu
wai not unexpected here, as It was
known that elaborate preparations had
been ntade nt that place for tho Em
peror and Dowager Empress. It Is the
first and only important city on the
route of the court from Sl-ngan-fu to
Kalfeng-fu, and there will be oppor
tunity there for the large extortion of
tribute from local officers. In fact, ills
patches received here announce that a
u umbei of dignitaries there have al
ready Lad an audience with Imperial
representatives, nnd that all of them
will pay large sums.
Prince Chlng, Governor of Peking
and one of the Chinese plentpotentar
les, jesterday relinquished the Foreign
Office to I.I Hung Chang. This was
purelj a formal affair, as It Is a For
eign Office only In name and Is used to
J operate as a messenger between the
Chinese officers and the foreign Mlijls
tow. The latter say they do not ex
pect It to operate In a satisfactory
u.inner for the present. Under the
pre tent arrangement duplicity thero Is
equal to that under the old Tsung-ll
.u:ien. This has been shown In the
negotiations for an American conces
sion and various other matters. All
th-se show that the Foreign Office Is
merelj a contrivance for pitting varl
ous countries against each other.
The follow ing table published by the
Hllo Tribune gives the amount of su
gar shipped from Hllo harbor during
the jear 1901. Reduced to tons tho
total M Ct.909 tons of sugar. The
amount can led by the different steam
ship lines is albO set forth:
SUGAR SHIPMENTS 1S01.
Walakea Mill Co 186,822 bags
Pepeekeo Sugar Co 113,824 "
Hllo Sugar Co 101,837 "
Hakalau Plantation 175,695 "
Onomea Sugar Co 145,511 "
Honomu 8ugar Co 74,744 "
Hllo Portuguese Mill 20,117 "
Annie Johusou 4 trips .. 91,381 bags
Roderick Dhu 4 trips ....165,124 "
Santiago 1 trips 105,633 "
Fnllsof CI j de 3 trips ....148,143 "
Marlon Chllcott 1 trip .. 37,410 "
9. N. Castle 1 trip 12,009 "
John D. Spreckels1 trip.. 6,277 "
W. II, Dimond 1 trip .... 9,300 "
Total ...,i 575,277
Amy Turner 3 trips 75,295 bags
Martha Davis 3 trips .... 73,872 "
St. Katherlne 3 trips .... 82,031 "
NEW YORK STEAMERS.
Callforulau 1 trip 18,737 bags
American 1 tilp 31,848 "
Hawaiian 1 trip 21,430 "
It Requires Nerve to stand tho strain
of nervous neuralgia, plans In tho face,
head or any portion of tho body. These
nalns nre quickly stopped by the use
of PERKY DAVIS' PAIN-KILLER.
Tho relief Is Immedlato and lasting Do
not suffer a moment longer but nso tho
Paln-Klller as directed. Avoid substl
tutes, there Is but one Paln-KUIcr, Per
r.v Davis', Price 25c, and 50c.
H. I. BALDWIN Preald.nl
J. B. CABTLB 1st Vice President
W. Jf. ALEXANDER.... 2nd Vice Pre
J. P.COOKE .Treasurer
W. 0. SMITH Secretary
OEO, R. CARTER Auditor
Sugar Factors and
Hiwallan Commercial ft Sugar C.
Itilku Sugar Company.
Pnla Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Klfiel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company,
Kahulul Railroad Company.
The Califorala nd Qrkatil S. 5. Ci.
W. G. 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, If. S. A.
N. Ohlnndt & Co.'s Chemical Fertil
izers. Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade Fertil
izers for Cans and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
Parafllno Paint Co.'a P. A B. Paints anl
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oils,
raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), In white
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime an
CASTLE & COOKE
AGENTS FOR 1
The Bwa Plantation Co.
Tho Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
Tho Walamca Sugar Mill Co.
The Pulton Iron Works, St, Louis, Ma
The Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance Co.
The Etna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
LIFE and FIRE
Nbw England Mutual lifb in
surance Co. of Boston.
tna Fire Insurance Compart
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. O. Irwin. .President and Manager
Claus Sprcckels Vice President
W. M. Olffard.. Second Vice President
H. M. Wnltney, Jr....Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FrtA'NCISCO, OAL.
C. BREWER & CO., LTD.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., OokaU
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Wailuku Sugar Co.,
Makee Ceigar Co., Haleakala Ranch Co.,
Tho Planters' Line of San Francisco,
Packet; Chas. Berwer & Co.'a Line ol
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop.
Treasurer and Secretary; CoL W. H.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Wa
terhcuse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULU
Tho Lancashire insurance Co.
The Balotso Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co,
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc
Pensylvania Fire Insurance
Chn. T. Wilder,
General Manager of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of tho United States for the Ha
vOfflce, : Merchant Si. : Honolul.
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