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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T., TUESDAY. NOV. 19. 1901.
75 and 70 King Street
TELEPHONE NO. 31.
MOW Is the tlmo to get leaks and
brcakngea seen to, and your
Roofs Put In Order.
By competent workmen.
The Plumber's Strike
Is over, and I am again prepared
to do Plumbing, Sewering and
Sheet Iron Work as heretofore.
Estimates furnished... Work-1
manshlp ana material guaran
teed. Jas. Nott, Jr..
Store, Beretanla opp. Alakea St.
lei. White 3571.
C. R. Hemenway
OFFICE 406 JUDD BUILDING.
TEL. 314 MAIN.
Albert R. Cunha
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
808 Stangenwald Building
W. Austin Whiting,
W. J. Robinsoa,
Renr-ed to Room 306, Judd Building
j M. KANEAKUA,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Office Bethel 8t, Near the Postofflee.
The King of Natural Table Waters
A Natural 8parkltnji
Water bottled at the
Zollhaus, - Germany.
The Favorite of New York
and London Society.
from among the mineral
waters of the world by "The
Lu.ldon Lancet.' The highest
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
J. D. Jewett I
,. J. WILLIAMS
Manufactured from Pure
Delivered fre! to any patt of
city by courteous drivers.
Oaho Ice and Electric Co.
-cL. BLUE JI5I
HOFFMAN St MARKHAM.
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
50 CENTS EACH
On sale at oilice ot . . .
TUB . . .
Razors Honed and Set
Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop.
FOR 35 CUNT6.
When n Rooil phy
sician prescribes ocur
for n patient it is
Schlitz beer. A phy
sician knows the val
ue of purity.
affect beer and he
will tell yon that few
stomachs can digest
them. He will, say
at once that minim:
beer is uuhealthful.
You will know then
w hy we brew
under such rigid pre
cautions why wc
even filter the air that
touches it; why wo
filter the beer, then
sterilize every bottle.
If you knew what
we k'now and what
your physician knows
about beer, you, too,
would insist o n
Mnrfarlnne .V Co.. Ltd..
SI Kanhumnnu St., Honolulu.
Call (or the llrcwcry Uollllint.
8urgoni, Physicians, and Dentists.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
OFFICES l TELEPHONES l
Rooms toS-tog, orcice, Main jSj
Boston Duiidino Risidenci,
Fort Strut. Whiti, iMi.
HOURS ii a. m, to t. p.m.:
t to j v. m.: r to s p. m.
Sundays i-t p. m.
P O. Box Soi.
Dr. Albert E. Nichols
1154 Alakea Street.
Office Hours g to
A. 0. WALL, D.D.S.
0. E. WALL, D.D.S.
Love Building. Fort Street
Hours, 9 to 4. Telephone Main 320.
Dr. J. Atcherley has removed his of
flce from 708 Fort street to 313 King
street, next' to Opera House.
Hours 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Tel. Blue 1261.
Office Tel. White 1371.
Dr. W. H. Jones
M.R.C.V.8, M.V. M.A ondon.
OFFICE Hotel 8tablea
RE8IDENCE "The California," Em-
ma street 1916-3U
Dr. Wm. G. Rogers,
8URQtON AND SPECIALIST.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Exclusively
REMOVED to new office. 1146 Ala
kea Street, opp. tiawallan Hotel.
Hours. 9 to 12, 3 to S:30, 7 to 8; Sun
days, 9 to 11.
WE FIT GLA8SE8.
WE GRIND LENSE8.
WE REPAIR GLASSES.
Factory on the Premises,
Boston Building. Fort Street.
Over May & Co.
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE.
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved nnd modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription mado to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.
TWO WARM RESOLUTIONS
Whereas, Henry R. Cooper, as act
ing Governor of tho Territory of Ha
waii, lias submitted his annual report
for 11(01 to the Secretary of the Inte
Whereas,, the said report, under tho
subhead "Labor," the Actlug Governor
Iiiib nmdo MatcmentB absolutely nt va
ilaueo with the actual conditions ex
isting In these Islands, conditions
which no man holding tho high oirtco
o' Governor and Intvrcstcu In the ad
vancement of clvlllzntlou and Urn
Amcrlcnnlzlng of this Territory, could
either Ignore or daro to deny; nnd,
Whereas, the entire repoil under
mis suuncau is coucneu in lorm invu-,tnn
Ing special legislation In the Interests .
ol the classes; now, therefore, be It I
licsoivcu, mat tnc memucrs 01 mo orablc to the successful nnd economi
Home Rule Republican party In mass cui production ot sugar."
meeting assembled do urge the Tcrrt-1 sixth-Thc white man can speak
tcrlal Delegate to Congress to use ev I for himself, but wo are satisfied that
cry effort to detcut tho object of legls- hCi i)ke ollrscivCs. wontu work any
lotion Invited, nnd to devote his entlro
energy to securing the re-enactment
of the Asiatic exclusion laws, because:
Urst Ninety per cent of the pres-
ent Asiatic population originally camo
to these Islands as contract laborers.
Second Of the total Asiatic podu-
lfitl,,,, tlmrn npn lint 3f npr rnnf m. '
ployed on sugar plantations. I
Third Not to exceed 23 per cent'
of the remainder work In rice fields. Ing across the water to live in our i Resolved. That tho Homo Rule Ro
thc other three-fourths being actlvo midst and "raise, cane." publicans In mass meeting assembled
competitors In every mechanical and Seventh Tho relief, If any Is re-.givo notice to those advancing mon-
iliiliiRlliui uccupuuuii us wen u 111
mercantile pursuits, with Americans
l'l this Territory today, nnd this clr- midst. A Blight increase or wage
cumstance, together with our Hawaii- will bring all that are required on the
an lands laws, are the potent factors plantations.
preventing the Influx of desirable . This resolution was passed as read,
American farmers nnd mechanics. Ins was tho following:
Fourth There nro in theso Islands Whereas, tho Governor of this Ter
today more than 12,000 Asiatics who, rltory 1b personally soliciting loans on
had tho Government acted In good Government account, from private
fnltti. wniibl now lin in their native,
land, nnd vjo affirm without fear of
contradiction that any condition iook-
Ing to the return of any laborers to
the place of their nativity would b
The fight against the Governor
the Territory of Hawaii has begun
earnest nnd the Home Rulers have
been the ones to start the ball rolling.
A meeting In the drill shed last night
of Home Rulers nnd others Interested
In the welfare of the peoplo had n
two-fold object In view. The first ob
Ject was the bidding farewell to Dele
Kate Wilcox who leaves for the Main
land In the Sierra today but the second
and more Important object was the
passing of resolutions ngatnst certain
actions of Governor Dolo and Acting
Governor and Secretary Cooper. Two
resolutions covered these grounds and
the unanimity of the expression of the
assemblage showed hovr very wide
spread Is the feeling against the Gov
ernor and the present policy which
seems to the masses to promise the
ruination of the Territory. Through.
out the crowd assembled In. the drill
shed, there was not a dissenting voice
when, after the reading of the resolu
tions In both English and Hawaiian by
John Wise, a vote was asked for by
Tho meeting last night showed tho
trend that the work of the Home Ruleltho.,tA,r h.und'ci1 0r mre Present and
party has been taking for some time
past. The meetings of the executive
committee of the party have Invariably
been held behind closed doors' and all
that has been talked over has not gone
beyond the portals. It was learned last
night that the work of tho natives
which came to a head In the resolu
tions, has been going on quietly for
months and that outside of the regular
meetings, .there have been frequent
caucuses on the subject.
One of the leaders of the nartv when
spoken to last night after tho meeting
said: "We hope for the removal of
Dole from his seat as he Is obnoxious
tn the mnlnrlti- nf tho nonnlo nf tho1
Territory. He is not fair In his deal-'had to say, Mr. Wilcox was called on.wer,e, oth.iT ?T,rsln tal government
Ings and he seems to have no conccp.'The whole burden of his words wai bcsld" the ''slatlve. The Governor
tlon whatever of what Is the right
thing to do. He does not caro a Bnap
for the people as has been shown on
more occasions than one. Everything
Is carried on behind closed doors with
II 1 rtl l'rtit inmA rnsann rw aIIibh t
a w uwstiv ivuduu ui WkllVIt UV
does not enre to allow his dealings
hhtevor they may be. to get any of
" mis time, me peoplo were nnx
farararaPsrJr31Ulrt3KSrqirar3Parar3lQJrtap4lI!alnrtSFt3 lous to hear the resolutions which wcro
i'Jioto (opjrliht, 1001, If C. I. Arnold, llululo,
WEDDING IN A LION'S CAGE AT THE PAN-AMERICAN.
Ono of the most striking novelties nt the Puii-Aiiierlcnii exposition wns
the recent marriage ceremony performed In a lion's i-nge. Four leul llvu lions
occupied the cage with the wedding party. In the picture the keeper enn bo
seen enforcing u respectful iittltudu on the part of the iiiiliiuilri. Tho couple
who were willing to tuiii their iiinrilngo ceieinony into n public show wero
William Mc.Mplii and MHh Caro Clancy, the latter iiiinoiiiicct! as "of Col
orado," The minister who lent his iiiiihei-rnlcd M-rvlccs to the occasion was
tho ltev. Cbiilh'H II. Jones of the Ceiitltil Presbyterian chinch of Buffalo. Th
service was hurried, though the Huns, under awe of the keeper's whip, mads
no deuioustrntlou other than uttering a few giawls,
IN CENSURE OF
GOVERNOR DOLE'S STAND
violated as was the law In the case of
Filth The Immigration of unskilled
labor has not ceased. There Is a con
stant Btrcam of Porto Itlcnii laborers
coming to theso Islands, nsslsted to
these shores by the Haulers' Labor
k Supply Company. Theso nsslsted
Immigrants arc a most undesirable ad
dition lo our Island community Illit
erate, Impecunious, of low vitality
nnd lower morals. Mnny of them oc
cupy prison cells, cither for crlmeH
committed or for vagrancy, thus
tbiough spcelnl privilege another dnn
gerous nnd burdensome clement Is In
Jicted Into our excessively cosmopoll-
,,,.,,,, it,, . i, nimiint..,i
nloi,i 8ntrflco to the community at
inrgo while creating conditions fnv
w,iere and at anything that will yield
,m the value or his labor.
That (ho wilM) man w not gt00JJ
t the economics and associations cf
the "camp" or -'barracks .8 a matter
When "American" Innds laws pnvo
tlin vunv tt "Amnrlrnn" nppnnntlnn nf
this Territory, the Hawaiian-American
will give cordial greeting to those corn,
ijuiiuu, is ul iiauu, v uui-uu u
a largo surplus ot Asiatics In our
sources, tileilctne therefor the nubile
credit and guaranteeing that, as
torore, illegal acta or mis Kinu win
bo ratified and provision made for their
payment by the next Legislature; and,
ot.thc good health-giving light of day I
In before the people. Why he docs this
Is hnrd to tell but It Is the old plan of
1 mining things to suit himself. He
Inn bten used to this sort of thing ever
since lie has been up there In the old
palace building and he will never get
over II. Ho can never change. Some
one will have to give him a change.
I will tell you frankly that there
are not many of us who expect that the K'uMlcans In America, the party of
rcEolutmns which we. havo offered will w,llcl1 President Roosevelt was a mem
result directly In th removal of .Mr. bcr- wo,,l' look to tho Republicans of
Dole but wc do txpect that tho very.'1""'"-. The President would mnke no
positive language used will have thald,l,Inc! I1 bclwccn the missionary, tho
rt,.l f ..iiino. rMhi tn ih oi.n.nntl-mlsslonary or the Homo Rule Re-
tlou of President Rcoscvclt the need '
of some, uetlon being taken In the case.
nf itnumit Thl i. tho nrinMn,.! nh.
Ject of the resolutions nnd Delegate
..... . ... .. ...
wrcox, wno win tarry me resolutions,
will put the matter .till more forcibly
ar.d give details that could not of
course be Included in the resolutions."
It was after K o'clock that the meet
ing wns called to order by Vtot Chair
man Kaulla. Throughout the whole
meeting there was good order among
contrary to the report of the Advcr-
User this morning, there was a great
deal of en huslasn ,hown particular y
nt the reading of the resolu Ions which
head this article. Sharing the plat orra
with Mr. Kaulla was Delegate Wilcox.
Mr. Kaulla onened the mectlnir with
a few brief remarks. He stated that
the people hnd been called together
hurriedly to say cood-byo to Dclecato
Wilcox and to give him suggestions of
what the people wished to have him
' do Washington. Through the delo-
Bate, America would hear of the wants
ot Hawaii and there would surely bo
When Tlntilln hnd ttnlaho,! vhnl ho
along the line of a united stand on mat-
ters of Interest to the people.He spoKb
, of his Intention to leave In the Sierra
and then said be would be glad to hear
any suggestions that the people might
Virnto tr riff ah r'nd Iia h.ab iiiiIh lnnl 4n
iUIV III uui UI lie nno IJUlUfj UUI.JY LU
I Washington to mnke a fight for their
rights and the more he knew of their
Whereas, the Superintendent of Pub
lic Works has been nnd now Is rank
ing agreements, In advance of legisla
tive action, whereby tho credit of this
Territory Is pledged to private corpor
ations for materials to uo rurnisitcu
nnd lnbor to lie performed (said
agreements being themselves viola
tions of law In that there has been
no call for tenders ns required for
work or materials to the valuo of flvu
hundred dollars (JoOO; or over; and
Whereas, these nnd kindred .acts of
the Executive nro In plain violation nt
Inw and subversive of those principles
of dcmociacy contemplated by tho
Constitution of tho United States and
tiu- Organic Act creating tho 'territory
ol Hawaii; nnd.
Whereas, there Is ample opportun
ity for promptly creating tho legal
conditions necessary lor meeting pres
ent requirements without resort to
the questionable practices herein com
plained of: now, therefore, be It
Itesolved. That the Territorial Dele
gate to Congress bo respectfully re
quested to Inform the President and
Congress of the United States of the
actions of the Executive or this Terrl
lory, and to request tho removal ot
Sanford D. Dole for lack of ability to
umlnrBtnndlmrlv (ntnrnrat tlin fnnatf,
tutlon and laws given him for gulii
ujb ur cruuiiug uiucr uuukumuiib iu
be settled by tho next Legislature,
that they had better secure tho pay
ment of any obligation by seeking a
personal bond from those contracting
lor anything for which specific appro
priation htiB not been made. In tho
name of tho Government.
Resolved, That tho Representatives
and Senators of this party will go into
the next Tetrlfllnturp, ntpflirnri tn renti.
here-'diate any unlawful acts of tho Exec-
uiive, ana mm;o mm ana the nonas
of departments personally responsible
for obligations created by them.
wants, the better equipped ho would be
for the work.
Referring to his work In Washing-
ton, the speaker said ho was tho only
delegate of the people of Hawaii and
that who ever else went to Washington
to make representations would not be
listened to If he opposed what they
said. America would look to him for
whatever Hawaii might wish. Tho
Iiblleans for they arc members of ono
The speaker then urged the natives
to stick together and when tho people
I WlflhfWI annifttnlnfr within tho linnnda nf
" v """ -
'enson, to pet tlon Congress. Ho then
branched oft Into the subject of gov-
mcni ""os. saying mat ne wisneu
to have these distributed among the
people as homes and as places where
they could eke out their own existence.
He referred, In passing, to the small
amount of land being parcelled out to
The speaker said ho Intended to pro
tcct the ntcre8ts of tt plantat on9
for ,t WM thg on ,nJ
evervtlllng uencnucil bero. However,
hc wou(, not nB8st th ,
nnvtlllng that wollI(1 tend t,ward gooJ
' to only themselves. As to labor, tho
speaker said ho had nothing to say. It
, w"s his Intention to wait and see what
Washington wished In the matter,
Again the speaker urged the natives
to stick together as the Home Rulo
Republican party nnd to forget tho
errors of the past He referred briefly
'to members of the Legislature, saying
that these men could not possibly do
all things requested of them for there
was In possession of the executive
power and not much could be dona
when he was continually blocking the
In closing. Mr. Wilcox said lie ex
pected to be away until Juno. If tho
V,e'"f ,,,, nn'tn,nB, It was their
,W,V ., Pet"n 'rcct to ashington.
then called for hy .Mr. Kaulla. John
Wise read the resolutions nnd moved
The meeting closed after the reading
of the resolutions.
There will be n special meeting of
the line officers of the N. G. H. In head
quarters this evening. Tho following
orders wcro .posted nt headquarters
Regimental Orders No. 50
1. Upon tho recommendation of his
battalion commnnder, Sergeant M. C.
Amnna, Company E, First Regiment,
N. G. H Is hereby appointed sergeant
major, First Battullon, First Regiment,
N. G, II., with rank from November 17,
Ho will be obeyed and respected ac
cordingly. 2. Upon his own request and with
the approval of his company com
mander. Color Sergeant M. H. Houch-
tailing, First Regiment, N. O. II., Is
hereby relieved from duty as such, nnd
Is ordered to report to his former com
pany commander for service.
By order of Col. J. W. Jones.
Captain nnd Adjutant.
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HU CELUMTE0 1X
Is compounded with the greatest of
rare and contains nothing Injurious.
It Is a safo nnd reliable remedy Tor
stomach complaints and haB a record
ot fifty years of cure to Its credit.
Mnny prominent physlclnns prescribe
nnd recommend It bb a euro for dys
pepsia, Indigestion, flatulency, belch
ing, nervousness and Insomnia. Try
It Tho genuine must hnvo our Pri
vate Die Stamp over the neck of the
HILD BASEBALL LEAGUE
Hllo, Nov. IS. Tin1 baseball league
held a meeting Monday night at
Brown's storn In the Spreckcls' block
to hear reports from the commlttco on
grouudsi and grand stand. The com
mittee reported that n bid hnd been
received from Jumes Lewis, After fig
uring up the amount of money possible
to be taken in at the first games. It
was deckled to call for new tenders for
a smaller stand. Vhe captains were
present and reported that styles ot
uniform bad been decided upon. The
Kllohana will wear white suits and
red stochlugH. The Hoiomuns, white
suits and black stockings. The Hoard'
Ing School team has not yet decided
on its uniform.
The committee appointed for th?
purpose has mane tne following sched
ulo of games for a preliminary series.
Thauksglvlng day, November -8, Kl
lohana vs. Holomua.
Saturday, December 7, Kllohana vs,
Saturday, December 14, Doardlng
School vs. Holomua,
Saturday. December 21, Holomua vs,
Christmas Day, Boardlug School vs,
Now Years Day, Holomun vs. Hoard
ing School, Tribune.
Hllo, Nov. 15. Not often Is there a
more pleasant dinner party nnd recep
tion uian the one given in the Hllo
Hotel parlors and dining-rooms last
Monday ovcnlng to n company num
bering twenty-eight. The hostesses
were Mrs. Furneaux, Mrs. McKenney
and Mrs. Sedgwick. The occasion
grew out of the auspicious grouping of
three anniversaries. It was tho thirty
second anniversary of the wedding of
Mr. und Mrs. Furneaux, the sixth an
niversary of the same Incident In tho
lives of Mr. nnd Mrs. McKenney, and
tho thirty-fifth anniversary or Mr.
Sedgwick's birth. The floral and col
or decorations of the tablo and dining
room were very pretty. Tho general
scheme was pink and green. The light
Ing consisted of rows of upright In
candescout bulbs down cither side of
tho table. These wero burled beneath
softening folds of pink tissue. In tho
corners wcro papala and banana trees
with colored lights peeping from
brunch and leaf. Tho walla and cell
Ing wero relieved by running vines
and maidenhair ferns. The entrance
was arched with huge palm branches.
Each hostess had Invited a few
friends and the relations of all made It
a most congenial company. The wed
ding of Mr. McKenney occurred In
California, and they hnvo been resi
dents of Hllo one year.
The Furneaux wedding occurred
thirty-two years ago at East Green
wich, Rhode Island,
The dinner was served In the fault
less stylo that has become the rule
at tho hotel under the management of
Mr. Scott. After tho tables wero clear
ed the company engaged In n few live
1.' turns nt tho Virginia reel with Mrs.
McKenney at the piano.
Tho guests present were: Mcsdameg
J A. Scott, severance, Raiding,
naycs, v. u. siniin, uurney, E.
Baldwin: Misses .vy Richardson, El
vlrn Richardson, Dr. Knthcrtne Mo
Kay. Potter; Messrs. J. A. Scott. Mil
ton Rice, L. Severance, Balding. Hen
fy Hayes, C. O. Smith. Gurney. E.
Baldwin, Ralph Balding. Prouty.
Hllo, Nov. IB. T. Fiigltana, prob
ably the bett known Japanese mer
chant on the Island, located at Mono
kaa, mude a voluntary assignment lust
Wednesday for the benefit of hts credi
tors without preference. The assign
ment was made to M. V. Holmes, the
leading merchant at Honokna. No
definite, statement of tho business af
fairs of Mr. Fugltann has hecn made at
this time, but it Is estimated that his
liabilities amount to about twice as
much as his assets, Tho cause ot tho
failure Is attributed to the drouth
which oppressed all kinds of business
In Ilaniakua the past six months. In
Mr. Fugltana's case tho drouth bore
down with especial weight. He had a
contract to build a road and wlym tho
dry weather came on he was forced
to haul water for miles for his stock
and men that were working on tho Job.
The result wus that ho came out loser.
Tho Insolvent stands high among busi
ness men for ability and Integrity nnd
his mlsfoitiine U heard of with regret.
Though but -12 years old, President
Roosovelt, considered as a public man,
Is well out of tho nursery. Ho Is
eighteen years older than tho younger
Pitt wns when ho was prime minister
of England, eight years older than
Gladstone was when he entered tho
Cabinet, eight years older than Napo
leon when he wns First Consul for
life, nnd older than Frederick the
Great when he Invaded Silesia, or
Grant when ho took VIcksburg,
Agents, Broken and Jobber.
OFFICERS I ("
H. P. BALDWIN President
J. B. CASTLE 1st Vice President
W. M. ALEXANDER.... 2nd Vice Prea
J. P. COOKE Treasurer
W. O. SMITH Secretary
GEO. R. CARTER Auditor
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian, Commercial & Sugar O
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Kih'el Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Tie California and flrieilal S. 5. B.
W.G. Irwin &6o
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. it.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertil
Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade Fertil
izers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
ParafOne Paint Co.'a P. & B. Paints ana'
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Olla,
raw and boiled.
Indurlno (a cold-water paint), In whlta
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime ani
GASTLE & COOKB
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co. ,
The Walamea Sugar Mill Co.
Tho Fulton Iron Works, St, Louts, Mo,
Tne standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance Oo.
Tho Etna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. ot London. (
LIKE and FIRE
Hbw England Mutual Life Ii
surance co. of boston.
tna Fire Insurance Compamt
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm.G. Irwin. .President and Manager
Claus Spreckcls Vice President
W. M. Glffard.. Second Vice President
H. M. Wnltney, Jr. . . .Treas. and Bee.
Geo. J. Ross Audttof
AOENTS OF TUB
Oceanic Steamship Co
OF SAN FRANCISCO, GAL.
C. BREWER & CO,, LTD.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant, Co., Onomca Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co.,
Makce Cugar Co., Haleakala Ranch Co.,
The Planters' Lino of San Francisco),
Packet; Chas. Berwer & Co.'a Line ol
LIST OF OFFICERS,
C. M. Cooko, President; George
Robertson, Manager; E, F. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. B.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Wa
terhcuse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
QUEEN ST., - HONOLULU
The Lancashire insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc
Pensylyania Fire Insurance
Chun. T. Wilder,
General Manager ot I
THE EQUITABLE LIFE )
Of the United States for the Ha
I Office, : Merchant St. : Honolulu:'! '