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HONOLULU. H. T., TUESDAY, NOV. 12. 1901.
You drink tome beer that cause bilious headache. Perhaps
you think that all beers do.
The cause o( biliousness is the lack o( age too mnch haste
to put the beer on the market. To ferment beer thoroughly '
requires a process of month. Without it the fermentation lakes
place in your stomach. That is the cause of biliousness.
Hurried beer is unhralthful. Schlilz beer is kept for months
in refrigerating rooms with a capacity of 2K,000 barrels kept
almost at freezing point until it is well fermented. Schlitt beer is
never marketed until thoroughly aged.
Maefarlanc Ar Co., Ltd., 21 Knnhumnnu St.,
Honolulu. Cull for the Brewery Mottling.
75 and 79 King Street
TELEPHONE NO. 31.
NOW 1 tho tlmo to get leaks and
breakages seen to, and your
Roofs 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 at heretofore.
Estimates furnished... Work
manship ana material guaran
teed. das. Nott, Jr.,
Store, Beretanla epp. Alakea St.
Tel, White 3S71.
C. R. Hemenway
OFFICE 406 JUDD BUILDING.
TEL. 314 MAIN.
Albert R. Cunha
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
S08 8tan.enwald Building
W. Aistii Wiitiig,
W. J. Rotiisei,
fayed to Room 306, Judd Bnildmg
, M. KANEAKUA,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Otnce Bethel 8t. Near the Postofflce.
The King of Natural Table Waters
A Natural Sparkling
Water bottled at the
, JOHANN18 SPRINGS,
Zollhaus, - Germany.
The Favorite of New York
and London Society.
was selected oh
from among the mineral
waters ot the world by "The
Lu.idon Lancet.' The hlhct
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
J. D. Jewett I
,. J. WILLIAMS
rmtd for (lonorrlio?,
Whiu. uQDfttpral dli
chare, or ny InHkimuj
tlon, irriutlun nr nlccrt
mcuiwi, lion vi niiicoui mm
or wot In pUfn wrpjwr,
lir wxnreM. Dr.tujd. far
ii in. or Wjii.7ii.jj.
t'lrtuUr wot no rwuuat.
Jr ta 1 Is ft dtju V
1X1 UnrNiiMd W M
Tlie fceer taf wade
Surgeons, Physicians and Dentists.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
orcicp, Mais )j
P O. Do 8i.
It A. M TO I. P.M.!
ITOJP. m: no J P.M.
I Mill llP. M.
Dr. Albert E. Nichols
1154 Alakea Street.
Ofllco Hours 3 to 4
A. 0. WALL, D.D.S.
0. E. WALL, D.D.S.
I.ovo Building, Fort Street
Hours, 9 to 4. Telephone Main 320.
Dr. J. Atcherley has removed his of
flco from 70S Tort street to 343 King
street, next to Opera House.
Hours 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Tel. Blue 1261.
Offlee Tel. White 1371.
Dr. W. H. Jones
M.R.C.V.S., M.V. M.A., ondon.
OFFICE Hotel Stablet
RESIDENCE "The California,"
Dr. Wm. C. Rogers,
8URQtON AND SPECIALIST.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Exclusively
REMOVED to new ofllco, 1146 Ala
tea Street, opp. hawallan Hotel.
Hours. 9 to 1!, 3 to 5:30, 7 to 8: Suo
days, 9 to 11.
eyes iiy u-mov-Ing
first nnd lit
tlo oyo Ills
grow to big
money by fit.
ty for earning It.
Save your time by enabling you to
seo nnd act promptly, without delay.
Save your temper, by relief from
nerve-racking, Irritating eyo strain.
A. N. SAN FORD,
Manufactured from Pure
Delivered fret fo any part of
city by courteous drivers.
Oahn Ice and Electric Co.
cL. BLUE 3151
FFMAN & MARKHAM.
Razors Honed and Set
Hawaiiai Hotel Barber Shop.
FOR 35 CBNT8.
TEL. MAIN 04.
Mrs. H. H. wmiams
Art Embroidery and Stamping.
Full line of Art Materials : :
Art Embroidery Taught : :
l.ove Building, Fort Street
COTTON BROS. & CO.
ENGINEERS AND : : :
Plant in4 tstlmitrt fumlihd for .11 clMi
room J-., bostov nt.nr.g.
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUGAR MA
CIIINKHY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and niVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atteC'
,1. - u .. n T.,An.r
"uu i'ulu lu ,luu wuiirv, ana repair
executed at shortest notice.
History of $Lai Degree Masonry in States
Edgar Callcndale Snyder, a 32 Ma
Bon writing for the fraternal Record
says of the recent gathering of Masons
To Scottish Hltc Masons this ovent
has been looked forward to for yearn,
marking, as It will, a period so full
nd so complete that new Inspiration
will be given, new glories added to the
"Doublo Kagle," and new Ideals take
the ploco of thoic canonized since the
creation of that first Supreme Council
In the heart of the old Commonwealth,
8outh Carolina, a century ago last May.
Freemasonry Is such a venerable In
stitution, and ha existed for so long s
time, that one Is lost In the mitts of
antlipilty when philosophically con
sidering Its ilte and progicss. Hut with
Scottish Itlte Masonry, ns contradis
tinguished ftom York Masonry, so far
n'4 this nation Is concerned. Its genesis
Is written In the llcs of the men who
composed Its first Supremo Council,
and who "died as they lived" In the
love and esteem of their country. And
It comes like u benediction to us, of the
faith, that the Mother Supreme Council
of the world, recognized ns such hy
upward of thirty Supremo Councils
throughout Christendom, enters the
second century of Its existence more
fully capable nf performing Us high
mission, after a hundred years of world
work, than was cier dreamrd of by the
The first register nf the Supreme
Council of Scottish Itlte Masonry for
tho Southern Jurisdiction was Kent
out In 1801. This register Id the light
of the centennial celebration of tho
founding of the Supreme Council for
the Southern Jurisdiction Ik extremely
Interesting. It shows that nne citizens
of South Carolina made up. the first
council, Col. John Mitchell, it native of
Ireland, being the first Sovereign
Grand Commander. Col. .Mitchell wnt
nn officer In tho Continental army,
serving with distinction fhrougout tho
rebellion, and after peace was declared
In South Carolina, where he became a
Justice, of tho Quorum Court, a very
high judicial position In those far-away
days of the young republic.
Associated with Ornnd Commander
Mitchell as one of the nine active mem
bers of tho first council were: l)r. Fred
erlck Dalcho, Lieutenant Grand Com
mander: Kmanuel do la Motta. Treas-
mer General: Abraham Alexander,
Secretary General: T. II. Itowen. Grand
Master or ceremonies: Dr. Isaac Auld,,
M. C. Levy. Dr. James Moultrie, of tho
(llfft lllfTllluh Ail Ullltll f-ilHllInn t .. ... I '
distinguished South Carolina family
or that name, and Israel de Lichen. succeeded by Dr. James C. Ratchelor
Dr. Dalcho, wboe namo Is a house-' of Louisiana, who held until his death,
hold word to the students of Scottish July 28. 1893. Phillip O. Tucker of
Rile Masonry, was n young physician Texas, nt once became Grand Commnn
of Charleston, S. C, when ho was made der. and held until he died, July 9,
Lieutenant Grand Commander. He 1804, when Thomas II. Caswell. of Call
Was a brilliant man and highly es-
teemed for his many accomplishments,
n praise as
Meroru no took up tho nctlv
of his profession he bad won
,.-,',. "'"' "cv" nrsi i.iewenani
In thn Pirn! Tlpff niont nt A rllll.,..!,.,.
... , I.""-.... ... ...,,.,v..n,.i
nnd hnglncers In the service of the
United Statci. I
The other memhees nt tl.lc nraf '
council were ns distinguished, M. C.
Levy being a scholarly Jew. whose
wide philanthropies had endeared him
to tho people of tho Old Dominion,
"" " mt Kiws me uaie or oincr iiw organization or me rsu- ueneves in mo rormer regimental or
the establishment of the first SuDremn nreme Council In 100 years. 112 netir,- ganlzatlons. Sneaklnir of thn Arm,
Council of Scottish Itlte Masonry as
May 31, 1801.
From that day to this Is a far cry!
Hut thn lino of succession of the Grand tus list, while tho remaining 23 constl
Commanders of the Supreme Council tuto tho council which met In biennial
h continuous nnd unbroken from tho
ueginning. jonn Mltcnell, who was tho
flist Sovereign Grand Commander ns I
have Indicated, held tho high olllco
from May 31. 1S0I. until his death.
Janunrv 23. 1810. Dr. Frederick tlnl.
. k fe. .. k..k. ...fr....w
IriF AMERICA'S CUP.
.. ., A Facsimile, of This Noted Cup Was Purchased by C. W. Macfarlane
While In New York Uurlng the Last International Yacht Race.
i ho succeeded blin and held the posi
tion until February 9, 1822, when a rlpu
old age compelled him to retire, being
succeeded by Dr. .Isaac Auld. The lat
ter held office until his death, October
27, 1826, when I)r. MosesJIolbrook be
enmo Grand Commander.
It was shortly before this date that
the,, Supreme Council decided to In
crease the number of active members
from nine, and consequently 33 dcgreA
Masons of States other than South
Carolina were elected as Inspector
Oenernl ond thereby permitted to sit
and participate In tho labors of thn
In this connection it may ha Inter
esting to those not Masons to know
that the Sovereign Commander of Scot
tish Itlte Matonry for tho Southern
Jurisdiction serves during life or gool
behavior. And that nt his death ho
Is Immediately succeeded by Upe I.leu
tenant Grand Commander without any
ceremony whatsoever, just ns the Vice
President of tho United States succeeds
to thn Presidential chair upon the
death of the Chief Executive.
Dr. Moses Holbrook, tno fourth
(liaud Master In the line of succession,
helil his position until death ended
his labors, December 1, 1844, hmlng
occupied the exalted position eighteen
years. Lieutenant Grand Commander
Jacob do la Mottn acted as such when
he followed his chief across the Dark
Rler. Then Alexander McDonald suc
ceeded to tho sovereign office, which
he held until his removal from the
Stnto of South Carolina, when he re
signed tho Grand Commaudershlp
about August 1, 1S46. Rev. John It.
Honour followed Alexander McDonald,
and held thn ofllco until August 13.
1858, when he resigned and was suc
ceeded by Charles M. Furman. He was
In office until January 3, 1859, w'hen he
let I red and was succeeded by Gen. Al
bert Pike of Arkansas.
Then commenced tho golden period
of Scottish Rite Masonry! One cannot
review the term of (Jen. Pike without
feeling tho pulses thrill and the blood
tingle at the mention of this Immortal
name "that was not born to die." Sol
dier, statesman, patriot, scholar, poet,
and philosopher, his name "leads all
Gen. Pike held the sovereign offlc!
until the date of his death, April 2,
1691, a period of thirty-two years, dur-
Ing which time ho received higher
bonors than were accorded any Prlnco
or potentate and died mourned by Ma-
en, a ltiMiilinnl .,. . .. ... . . .
sons throughout tho world. Ho was
fornla, succeeded him nnd held itte
office until his death. November 13.
office until hlg death. November 13.
1900. when ho wns succeeded by tho
present occupant of tho sovereign
offlee. Jnme, Daniel Illcl.ardson of
uuicc. james uaniei uiciiarason or
T,.,.n,.uo ,!, ......,. n....l r.
....... ..w, ...v jvu..t,cl UlUUII 1.UUI-
mander to ever hold the Illustrious po-
sltlon. nnd upon whom the cyca of
Rentilah mm Munn. ,i. a.nri.i .
rest with respect and honor, for In
him Is seen the legitimate successor to
thn mantle of the real founder of Scot-
tlsh Wtc Masonry-Gen. Albert Pike,
members have been crowned. Oi these
81 have crossed over to the other side.
Klvo of this number are on the Emerl.
session Monday, October 21, nnd their
names are hern so down:
James Daniel Richardson, Grand
Commander (ad Interim). Tennessee.
Erasmus Theodore Carr . Grand
. te. k. . .. . . . .. .
WON FIFTY YEARS AGO.
Samuel Emery Adams, Grand Chan
Martin Collins, Grand Minister of
Frederick Webber, ' Secretary Gen
William Frank Pierce, Treasurer
Richard Joseph Nunn, Grand. Almon
Samuel Manning Todd, Grand Audi
Rufus Eberle Fleming, Grand Con
stable, North Daxota.
Iluren Robinson Sherman, Grand
Chamberlain, Iowa. ,
James Rudolph Harden, First Grand
Irving Washington Pratt, Second
Grand Equerry, Oregon.
Adolphus Ilgh Fitzgerald, Orand
Standard Hearer, Nevada.
George Fleming Moore, Grand Sword
Frank Willis Foote, Grand Herald,
Henry Moore Teller, Colorado.
John Frederick Mayer, Virginia.
Austin Ilevcrley Chamoerlaln, Texas.
James Wakefield Cortland, North
Edward Tcare Taubman, South Da
kota. Henry S. Cunningham, Oklahoma,
The history of the Supreme Council
of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish
Rlto of thn Southern Jurisdiction In
contemporaneous with the history of
our country. It took life with tho be
ginning of the Republic, nnd has grown
with Its growth, strengthening with
Its strength, until tho Southern Juris
diction today embraces thirty States
and Territories, our Insular possessions
the army and navy, China nnd Japan.
And as It wag the first Suprome Coun
cil ever organized, It Is looked up to
an the mother council of the world,
having preserved untarnished the es
cutcheon of Scottish Masonry through
out tho century.
To fitly eclebrato the centenary of
the establishment of the first Supremo
Council of the Southern Jurisdiction,
Grand Commander Richardson arrang
ed a most Interesting program leading
up to the unveiling of Gen. Albert
TtllA'.i i.tninA ..I.!.!. ,,:i -, A J
aitu n owiur, nuiuu BLttUUH QL lilO in
terersectlon of Third street nnd Indl-
ana avenue, and which occurred dur
ing the meeting of the Supreme Coun-
ifN IB FIRS
Washlnton. Oct. 28. Lieut. Gen.
Mil'1'. In his annual report, gives th
total strength of the Army at present
,0,nl trngth of the Army at present
?8 "J"1?: f whih.num.ti.or.33'.!i74 aro
fnalndSr In small deUehments being
mender In small dctaebmentB being
l r.-'.- ... " !. .. """ U-'Hg
111 lUriO HICO, I18WBII, (Jtlina BHlI
Alaska. He says It Is expected that
the force In Cuba will o! very much
reduced and hones that thn tnrvn in
,h? PhllPP'nf; 'so can oc reduced.
.K'.MIJf"-5".,,ot ?PP"ve of
lery corps T saying that It ctabHhM
nnother bureau In Washington. Il2
an,een, which was abo.isued by tho
Army reorganization law, 110 says that
no injury nas resulted, and In tho
uiain me new law nas been benctlclal.
General Miles states nla nhlertinno
tn the management of military affairs
in the War Department In tho follow
'"K language: "Wtillo Congress baB
.ma1" ""P1'1 provision for tno mah&ge
I??' of "'"""T affairs in ine organl-
panle" rlml.Hrt . m'
,P lef- fl010"'"- brigades, dUlslons
""u ueiJunraenis aro mndo tho units
of administration anil nv utntntn i...
clothed th... ornri.l.ni,r,..T.. ."
- -.... Hv WM. 1TIIU ,1ft-
vi-uuvi- uiunoriiy. nut, with nriieini
'powers and responsibility, yet the
K-uu,-ucjr nas Deen to absorb and
usurp the entire conduct o: tho mili
tary establishment In tho city ot Wash
ington and especially In tho staff de-Jiurtments-.
This has been found most
Injurious In other armies and Is ono
of tho principal defects In our own
system. The evil has been Increasing
during tho activities of tho wars of
thn last thro., years to an extent that.
In my Judgment, requires serious ton
Moderation, und I lecommeud that de
centralization bo effected as far as
posslblo aud that all proper and lawful
authority be restored to subordlnatn
commuuderu who are tirvi,i..,i ni.
!ii efficient nnd faithful acTmlnlstratlon
,or military affalis coramensurato with
meir important commands."
As a larg.i poitlon of tho Army Is
s aloned In the Western pait of the
united States and over one-half west
ol tho Pacific ocean, General Miles
recommendB the cstabllbhinent of u
military post In Southern California.
Hi' also recommends the establishment
of a war collego In tho city' of Wash.
General Miles refers lo a nnmh..,
recommendauons which ue" made In
(former repoits looking to thu Improve
ment of the coudlttpn of tho Army
also to orderB bo has Isbued during
.the year to accomplish this .purpose
He speaks especially of ihu .i.
enee, Inti lllgence and efficiency of the
ItriKipa of thn Unlte sues and the
success tluv nine hn,i , rViiu ..S i
tho Philippines, and says they have
.borno tho rigors of the A?ctlc dlmale
n ihub nn.i !... i.... ?1 i. v.?18
and under all circumstances maintain"
id the character of the American Ar-
'my. He recommends Lhat ihtniutrv
I posts throughout the country bo put
i In excellent shape for troops that are
.returned from ben Ice oeyond tho seas.
, Akron. Ohio. Oct. 22. Emll Gam
Hitter and wife, fop vearn vnrv nrml.
m nt In Trinity Lutheran Church, havo
'm?1 msr'te -JL-iL ? '
.i heir nT.7in . ..i.V...r...",M""'"': "
-, -w,.u,. .u..m ,uM,;u u nwiit,.!- v
nun. uammi'ter is a wealthy mer
.chant nnd temperance worker. He
will only say that tho causo of the
thiiugo In his religious vlowu'ls found
in I. Corinthians, 27-28.
One of ihe feadlnir hotel k-wm.ro ,.r
NVw ork wns written to last week, as
follows: "Sir, tho nlte eye stopt with
11 I l..fi i inv. iii. ,..i,i. .. ........ ..
ioiiuhs; -Hir, tno nlte eye stopt with
u I left a trave llngbag with 4 booklnlt
und a dirty shlrtlnif' UOOKla'l
Jack Spratt could eat no fat,
Hb wife could eat no lean,
. But a bottle of
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
King Street, near Bethel.
THREE TEAM LEAGUE
ORGANIZED FOR SEASON
Plan to Build Grand Stand on Hilo
Boarding School Gounds Good
Material to Draw From
Hllo. Nov 7. The IIIlo baseball
league for l&Ot and 1802 has been or
ganized and plans fully Inaugurated
for a season of good baseball In Hllo.
Three teams have already been organ
ized and officered by good baseball men
and a schedule of games will soon bs
In order to have the games played
on grounds easily accessible to the pub
lic, negotiations were entered Into with
the Hllo Hoarding School for the use
of Us campus. The trustees submit
to dto the league a very liberal prop
position which was accepted. Tho
league, will erect a grand stand and
make other improvements on the
grounds at mice. At the outset, an ex
ncndlturu oTa large sum of money will
be made In providing facilities of com
fort and safety for spectators who may
attend. It Is believed by the baseball
management that the public will ex
hibit great Interest n tho games and
patronize good ball liberally. If this
proves true, arrangements will bn
made with the leagues on Maul and at
Honolulu for outside games.
Thn Hllo Daseball League was
finally organized last Tuesday evening
by the adoption of by-laws and rules
and the election of officers. The offi
cers of the league are: President, U W.
I la worth, vice president, E. M. Drown:
secretary, Clement; treasurer, Arthur
Richardson These with two represen
tatives from each ball team are tho
memben of the league. Messrs. Ar
thur Richardson, Enoch Drown and I
0. Lyman were appointed a committed
to erect a grand stand and make other
Another meeting will be held this
week to compute the schedule of
The Kllohana baseball team which
will be captained by E. M. Brown will
bn selected from the following players:
Salvador, Ludloff. Hapat. Paulo, Dcn
to, English, Spalding. Drown Rowland,
Luke, Overend, Roeck and Lecloy.
The Hoarding School team, Beers,
captain, Is composed of the following
players. Anakalea, Akana, Manu, Ke
keU. T Kaahaaiia, Boyd, Kalalwaa,
Keaweluno and P. Kaanaana. L. C.
Lyman will he manager
The Holnmua team which will be
managed by Enoch llrown will show
tho following line-up of sluggers: Ed.
rounds. Kalewa, Ragsdale; Kahaule,
D. Brown. Pauelua. Namauu. Rich.
Kulmanj, Campbell and Keanahou.
One ot thd next things that la mini.
tn bo done to make life In cities less
fretful and wearisome Is the iiinn
slon or unnecessary noise. Tho deaf
ening racket In some city streets is a
thing that hasn't been thought of very
much up to the present time; and
when it has been thought of It has
Buniuunies ueen wun a kind or pride
as though a city could not bo Industri
ous and buslness-llko without a rattlo
nnd roar that splits tho ncavens. Tho
truth Is. of course, as every one knows,
that noise always means loss of nn,.r.
Ph'iaKn'1 ln,;!nc";I;'- The raachino
wn'ch runs allently Is tho machine that
" .nB tho , work- Cobblestono pavo-
'n?!8 a,Dd roatire'i- Bprlngloss wag-
ions are barbarous ami nniin,,o,D.i
'?v""cea'. P0,"J?lnK "eh other to
'?!ef ?,f hWiast'?8 I"a,crla' a"'l t
at a frightful rate; tho sign of which
. .... uBinii mn mat tney create.
Asphalt pavements are wonderful In.
ventlous for the saving of energy, and
1 i? .i!'8h?8t 'ype of sticct vehicle,
whether for light or heavy traffic, has
tires of rubber. Tho Infallible sign
ot the Hdvlng of mechanical energy Is
ine deereaso of nolso. But so far
American cities have not paid any at-
!!j?Tw S KJffirKTiS
""'.'.""V .mnKUiB city llfo more
The Whlntllnr. f loon.
uuuirus wiiuin city limits Is common
ly prohibited, tho carrying of Iron
beams through tho city streots. unless
wrapped bo that they mako no nolso,
la oomotlmos forbidden. Fussy Bos
ton has gone so far as to oxamlno all
ihu iiuruy-guruios nnU band organs ev
ery year to aeo If ilmv ninv in in
fr5r year t() ao If they play In tuno,
I"" ln. soneral tho lessening of nolso
In n city comes only Incldenlnllv. nnt
r , "'""" luo lessening or noiso
w,c,ly c',"?e? only '"cWontnlly. not
because quiet Is a good thing for its
own saico Syracuse PostStandard.
H 5TME BEST PIH
Smadeeverything serene. hJfjA
IPff Bottkd it tht Brtwtry, ll0jU
I "" frHMIHtfBrwIntC., i"
I Mllsrisktt. Wli. I
Agent, Brekera and Jobbtra.
OFFICERS i - J
H. P. BALDWIN PrealdMt
J. B. CASTLE 1st Vice Preatdwt
W. M. ALEXANDER.... 2nd Vlc Praa
J. P. COOKB Treasum
W. O. SMITH Secretary
GEO. R. CARTER Auditor
Sifir Factors aid
-C"lssiM Ageiti '
Hawaiian Commercial Sugar Oc
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Klhel Plantation Company,
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Tie fallffih mi Irieilat 3. S. U,
W. ft Irwin & 60
Western Sugar Hennery Company ol
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Phila
delphia, Pa., U. S. A. 1
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National)
Cane Shredder), New York, U. S. AJ
N. Ohlandt & Co.'a Chemical FertJP.
Alex. Cross ft Sons' high-grade Fertil
izers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed'a Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALB:
ParafOne Paint Co.'a P. & B. Palnta an
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Olla,
raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), In whlU
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Ltme'an4
CASTLE & COOKB.
' AOENTS FOR
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walamea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Loufi, Ma
Tho Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance Co,
The Etna Fire In. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
LIFE and FTRE
Hbw England Mutual Lifi In
surance Co. of Boston.
-Etna Fire Insurance Coifant
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. O. Irwin. .President and Manager
Claus Sprcckela vice President
W. M. Qlffard.. Second Vice President
H. M. Wnltney, Jr....Trea. and Sec
Geo. J. Ross Audita
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO. OAL.
C. BREWER & CO., LTD.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
A.c:ontr3 for- .
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co.. Onomea Snnr 00.
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co.,
Makee Cogar Co., Haleakala Ranch Co.,
The Planters' Line of San Francisco,
Packet; Chas. Berwer & Co.' Line ot
LIST OF OFFICERS.
O. M. Cooke. President; Oenrr.
Robertson, Manager: E. F. Blshon.
Treasurer and Secretary; CoL W. .
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. W
tcrhouse and Geo. R. Carter. Director.
TneVonHamm-YoDDg Co. Ltfl
QUEBN ST., HONOLULU
The Lancashire insurance Co.
The Baldlso Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co. '
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc
Pensylvania Fire Insurance
Clins. T. Wilder,
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THt EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United States for the Ha
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