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You drink some beers lhat cause bilious headache. Perhaps
you think that all beers do.
The cause o( biliousness Is the lack o( age too much haste
to put the beer on the market. To ferment beer thoroughly
requires a process of months. Without It the fermentation takes
place In your stomach. That Is the cause of biliousness.
Hurried beer Is unhcalthful. Schlitz beer Is kept for months
In refrigerating room's with a capacity of 265,000 barrels kept
almost at freezing point until It Is well fermented. Schlitz beer Is
never marketed until thoroughly aged,
Macfartanc & Co., Ltd., 21 Knnhumanu St.,
Honolulu. Call for the Brewery Bottling.
75 and 79 King Street
TELEPHONE NO. 31.
HOW li tho time to get leaks and
breakages Been 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
manship ana material guaran
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ATTORNEY AT LAW.
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Rcnved to Room 306, Jndd Building
J. M. KANEAKUA,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Office Bethel 8t, Near the Postofflce.
The King of Natural Table Waters
A Natural Sparkling
Water bottled at the
T Favorite of New York
and London Society.
from among the mineral
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' Honolnln Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUGAR MA
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scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tlon paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.
Magatlnes bound by tho EVKNIN
The beer that made
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Office Hours 9 to 4
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Hours, 9 to 4. Telephone Main 320.
Dr. J. Atcherley has removed bis of
flco from 70S Fort street to 343 King
street, next to Opera House.
Hours 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Tel. Blue 1281.
Office Tel. White 1371.
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M.R.C.V.S., M.V. M.A, ondon.
OFFICE Hotel 8tables
RESIDENCE "The California,"
Dr. Wm. G. Rogers,
SUROtON AND SPECIALIST.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Exclusively
REMOVED to ne office, 1146 Ala
kea Street, opp. Hawaiian Hotel.
Hours. 9 to 12, 3 to 6:30, 7 to 8; Sun
days, 9 to 11.
WE FIT QLA8SE8.
WE GRIND LENSE3.
WE REPAIR GLASSES.
Factory on the Premises,
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Building. Fort 8treet,
Over May & Co.
Chinese and Japanese Firm.
SING CHAN CO.
Hardware, Tinware, Glassware
and Carriage Goods, Etc., Etc.
and Sewer Connec-
tlons a Specialty.
229 King St., between River St. and
R. R. Depot.
File English and American Good
6$ Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
O. BOlQl. TE1 WHITS ,)
Udltt' fklrtt cltantd. Clothtnr
cltintd, dytd and repaired.
Suits mid to order.
Fit ffuiranteed. Lowe it price
Fur' IrMt. n.ir Kukut, ni
nr Orpheun Ttitat.r. a
Prlcti; CliinlBf on lull. 7jc
Dv.lnr 'tlt s. ..
a New Lot of .
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTB.
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II, T., THURSDAY,
D mmmmmm -fiM
THE LATE HON.
! , ,innr in ,innr wns the
...i.,... ..1..1.. il.'. .,.!- .llcmalnn nt
the monthly meeting of the Honolulu
Associated Charities yesterday after-
noon According to Mrs. Merger, man-
ager of the organization, most of these
mendicants nre imposters. Tney snouia
be made to work cither In or out of
Dr. L. F. Alvarez, Spanish vice con
sul, has prepared a circular to be post
ed up on plantations, with the object of
checking the drift of Porto Rlcans In
to Honolulu, where they become a nui
sance and a menace to peace and quiet-
ncss. This circular warns me rorio
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g bondage In Honolulu? their a."
will bo InvestlK
win po intesugaieu u me aboociuiiu
Charities and those who ear. work and
n. n rVrte, Bttli tnst the clr-
cular had met with the nDDrobatlon of
most of the managers nnd that one
nenr nirenpv wan havlne a larne num-1
her of the circulars printed to be sent
to Ban Francisco and San Diego, whero
they will be distributed to tbe I'orto
Rtcans as they go aboard the steamers
for Hawaii, so that they will be fully
advised of the manner of treatment by
the Associated Charities, and It Is thus
tinnA.1 ,n M.b. tlinm .nnnuilnla f)ia
NVycU ,U Utanv IU.IU wp.v.w.w ...V.
advantages of remaining on the plan-
tatlons Instead of coming to Honolulu ,
It was decided that the usual
Thanksgiving dinner for the poor will
be given this year, and a wish was ex-
pressed that those w'ho had much of
this world's goods would share their
dinner on that day wltn those who Hawaii, where, no doubt, he has beg
would otherwise go hungry. Such ged his living till this September, when
contributions If left at the omco of tbs
Associated Charities, the day before.
Thanksgiving, will be distributed by
Tbe report of the treasurer, Oco. R.
Carter, showed receipts from Scptem-
ber 17 to November 20, of $778' and ex-
penses, 1523.02, leaving a balance of
$255.87 on hand. Mrs. W. Q. Irwin
donated 500 to the institution.
The report of Mrs. Berger was as
Report for month ending November
New applicants 14
Recurrent cases 3
Famlly cases 7
Applying for work 3
Sent to Queen's Hospital 7
Given other relief 7
Sent to homes J
OITlco Interviews 100
Amount funds received 233
From these reports II will bo seen
that the number of new applications
for relief has not decreased, and that
the amount of funds dlupensed Is great-
ly In excess of the usual amount.
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of new family cases, and to our sending
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hub is owing io u.u uuiuuiu uun ucr
several people nwny to their homes.
veiui icuuo nu iu w.c.. .......I..
tint wn nre nlnrt tn ronort thnt the
Porto Rlcans. whom we so thoroughly vlscd him to get to ship without delay' be under the supervision of tho mill
discussed nt our last meeting, nre glv- r no would bo nrrested. I think he tary authorities. 'All tho ports In Ley-
Inir lean trouble, and the necroes. of
whom we had an epidemic In October.
have evidently decided to go to work,
since they no longer frequent this office
nor do I hear of their bCKelns: In tho
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residence portion or tne city.
As to the Porto Rlcans, we had a
poster printed In the Spanish Ian-
guage. which Mr. Carter sent, with an
exnlanatory circular letter to tho plan.
tatlon manngers. They wero also put 8re changed, nnd the rnanncr of deal
on the stenmers bringing the laborers lns wUn applicants for charity must
to Honolulu. I posted one outside the change nlso, since many of them are
olllce door, nnil gave Dr. Alvnrez nnd Grangers, and often unworthy.
Dr. Sloggett some for posting. Tll Associated Charities has at-
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i ma poaier wnrns me iiiuorcrs oi -- -... , iuuuicui y siaiion, to no secont officer In comma-
vagrancy laws, our lack of free Investigating the ense of every nppll. mand. Both Admiral Remoy, com
hospitals, the Bcnrclty of labor and tho tnnt' when possible, ami to relieve mander in chief of mat station, nnd
number of Idle men already bore, tho cvery deserving case. Wo have record- Admiral Ker.tirT, Junior squadron corn
high cost of living, nnd the danger In eii the names of 425 people who havo m,nm!!f' wl," ""cturn son to tho Unit
going from one plantation to another PP"ed for help nt this ofllco, with nlV , Tfnr servlceT'lc water?
looking for work, since the planter. n Information concerning ,. 'SJ,, XZ nZ Admiral Rodgers
have agreed to take no laborers from ln- meso records aro open to tha now In scnln- cilunand of tho squad
other plantations If they were not members of the Associated Charities, ion, in supreme command.
properly discharged. It also told them
to remain in the plantation hospftals
if they were sick, where they would,.
receive necessary attention, free.
A circular letter treating of ncnemia,
the disease bo prevalent among tho
Porto Rlcans, has been sent by the
Board of Health to the government
physicians. Those who wcro sick nre
being cared for In tho Queen's Hospi-
JOHN C. BAIBD.
tnl. We feel that the Associated
Phnrltlen hna done what was In ItS
provlnco to do with these people, and
Sheriff Brown can bo trusted to do the
rest. This work had to be effectually
done, or who could speak of the fu-
Tho negroes will never be very trou
blesome There nre not so many com
ing, nnd they do not come to the city
to beg. but to find work.
There was a great deal of street beg
ging in September, but I hear of very
few enscs now. Theeo beggars wcro
Kent over and over ngaln to this omco,
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i o 'v iru,.i m mj
.im.M Cm. ,1in, nil gtnmria inn. In fhn
Associated Charities are Investigated '
cn ' !" to do so. and are
' .., np -- i
l cc, J If ound worth, Of cour e. I
he cannoi always be located, as In thc'!
case of the little Porto Rlcan girl who," " "
w"s finnlly haled to Jail, nnd Is now he
'"B enred for by the Salvation Army
I wish to speak of another case a
ronugucse man wun two nine uoys.
That man persisted in begging, taking
his little boys with him to work on the
sympathy of people. I finally told him
ho would b.e arrested If he did not go to
Wnrlf Afflfl 111, Blllll tlM V,l ftltlr nn.1 nnf
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able to work. Much against his will
I put him In the Queen's Hospital,
clothed the little boys and had them
well cared for by a good Portuguese
woman. The man would run away
from the hospital and get drunk, and
finally be disappeared, taking the little
boys with him. I think they went to
he came back and wo had a return of
the old trouble,
Many people spoke to me about the
case, saying they had helped the mau
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out of pity for the children. Ho was
sent hi mis omco ume anu again, ana
finally came. He had then a pass to'
Hawaii, given him by Governor Dole,
film flnvsmn Tlnla
, and I strongly advised him to use It
I havo not seen him since.
Another recurrent case, a Danish
sailor, an evil, hard man, who had been
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w..w.w...w .w .b ", "V.M...VW
nn ,no Fnnni? Sitpv 1A lnnrl snnnt
his money in riotous living, and was
finally given twelve days on the reef,
and then started out to beg. He was
sent to me at once. To make it abso-
lutcly unnecessary for him to beg, I
BnVc him lodging nt the Sailors' Homo
and meal tickets, nnd asked Contain
Brny to find work for him. Ho did net
work for him on one of the shins In
the harbor at HO per month, which the
Ballor refused to do. but went about
'" city asking for money and cloth -
'ng, which, I tnm sorry to say, hn got
from pcoplo who nro members of this
association. Ho sold tho clothes and
bought drink. Tho last I saw of him
tin ,11111 In lliln nfflo Inlnvlnnta.l tn
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tell mo he was to rail that day and
ask nir for morn rlolhlnir nnil Inh.-ippn
asKing lor more clothing and tobacco.
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I refused to help him further, and ad-
But the benevolence of the people nf
tns city mnkes It dlfflcuK to deal with
thest cases. The appeal of a person In
nd at once Inspires a Honoluluan to
PA.nnH.l 1. K M ,. J..'
"'" '" '" '" "1B"o ueeuy
n'a eei mai ne is in a veruame para -
dlBe- I the old times, when condi-
tlons were different, caring for the poor
wns a simple matter. Conditions hero,
Inm.,ln,l In ..l, ... ,1.1. ,., ....
u"" "oum uo consulted before relief
lR Given, ns In this way only can wo
vo111 dupllcnto almsgiving, turn tho
unworthy away, nnd give Intelligently
lo the worthy poor. To see a man hun
Sry nnl nt feed him Is a trying ex
Iicr'ence. But In case ho needs tho lea.
BOn that hunger alone can teach him,
we should harden our hearts, for It Is
not Intelligent charity to feed and
NOV. 21, 1901. -.
pauperize a man at the same time.
And we have many worthy poor, liv
ing on a small weekly allowance, pa
tient, grateful, who never ask for
'more," hut to whom It Is such a pleas
ure to give some little extra occasion
ally. They belong to us. Let us give
them the surplus.
At present we have eight patients In
the Queen's Hospital. Since our last
meeting one family and three Indi
viduals hare been sent to their homes
in the States, nnd several to permanent
homes on the plantations.
This office Is n bureau of Information
for all 'classes, and some days there are
many callers. People who are In need
of assistance come here to make their
wants known. Strangers to the city
come for Information concerning em
ployment, business chances, board and
lodging. Employers come for help.
Members of committees of different or
sanitations in the city come for con
sultation. The benevolent come with
offers of assistance. Tho generous
bring donations of clothing, reading
matter, money nnd provisions, and
sometimes a friend comes with a good
wish, and hand clasp, and If tho work
of the day has been very depressing, I
am Inclined to think that Is the great
est charity of all, for we never get in
different to sorrow, poverty, vice and
Wc try to advise efficient nnd liberal
relief. But our greatest effort is to
study each ease with a view to remov
ing the cause of tho trouble, and pre
venting a recurrence.
Our Investigations are as private as
possible, and the cases of the deserving
poor who come to us only In the deep
est trouble arc never made public; but
relief Is afforded In tho most careful
way. The poor have feelings, too.
Eighteen charitable organizations
nre affiliated with us, and respond most
cordially to the demands made upon
them, thus making the work much
plcasanter and lighter than it would bo
otherwise. If you wish to get Infor
mation about a specific case, come to
the office or consult us by telephone;
and let us remember that Thanksgiv
ing and Christmas are near nt hand,
nnd that "the poor arc always with
The meet ng was constituted by Rev.
Alex. Mackintosh, vice president; Mrs.
J- M. Whitney, secretary; Geo. R. Car-
ter, treasurer; sirs, uergcr, manager;
Mrs. A. Mackintosh, Dr. Mori and Rev.
H. C. Drown.
A correspondent writes to the Chi
nese Times, Shanghai, from Sydney:
Tho Immigration Restriction Act Is
objected to by the Labor party as being
not Inclusive enough. The policy of
" M I. to stop all Immlgru-
t.cn, no matter whence, so that wages
may be kept up from want of sume cnt
mm,Er?n,s from th? Un't'u Kingdom
avowed object Is to prevent Immigra
tion from India, of which there is lit
tle; for It dare not openly object to
immigration from the United King
dom. There is loose talk of being
swamped by Asiatics, and so on, hut
the real object Is to check all Immigra
tion. Hence the leaders of the party
wish the restrictive clauses to be so
enlarged that the entry of any Immi
grants, other than travelers or wealthy
merchants ready to spend their money
here, shall be effectually checked. The
Labor members do not understand tljat
this would be objected to by the Im
perial Government, which cannot allow
the rights of British citizenship, pos
sessed equally by inhabitants of En
gland or India, to be curtailed by the
act of any local legislature. The Inten
tion of the Ministry Is to exclude unde
sirable Immigrants, nnd the bill, which
might certainly be better drafted,
seems to ue sufficient lor .ie purpose
Intended; for It Is permissive and can
,mi,iuu, ,ui iv ib permissive ana can
bc put ,nt0 ac(oni or , re(lu,red,
,t nM also uocn drafted g0 b
en.rn, ... nm1 nn, . hnv ,.
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pearance of being directed against any
particular nation, with a view of avoid
ing the giving of offense to friendly
Powers Japan, for instance. More
wm ue it-urni oi ine concealed inten
tions of the Labor party as debates in
8 'MAR REHBL8 BEATBN,
Manila, Nov. 9. Advices from Cat
imiuKun, capuai oi samar island, re
port Mnjor Waller attacked a force of
insurgents occupying n strong position
at Sojton, two 3-Inch guns being used
to shell tho rebels' stronclinlri.
Throughout tho first uny tho Insurg-
, $& $, &jg&
'nrtcr (0pern,0 engagement, carried
tho position. Two mnrlnes of tho nt'
tacking force nnd twenty-six Insure-
cuts wero killed. Major Wallor le-
stroyed tho cuartcls and tho soventy
General Smith haa l.,io,1 n..,l t
J"ui"l, J"u purcnaso 01 nemp In tho
ilan(1 of Loyt oxco t , ' ..
lauum oi i.eyic, except in small onon-
titles for fnmi whin nrh.c. L..
iu uiu i'iusuu ami iramc is roroluuen
whero It cannot be supervised by the
WnshlriCtOn. Nov. 0. Ttnnr Admlrnl
Rodgers, at Manila, today cabled the
",.. H. ...UUdtt. lUUtty I
secretary of tho Navy as follows
1 "Privates George Lynch and E. A.
Khnan killed In nctlon, Sajopjan, near
Dasay, Samar, on the 7th Inst." No
l,",ncr of the action aro given,
B b livnn'K Ktation.
Washington. Nov. 12. Secretary
Long intends to send Rear Admiral
Until nir 1" rvoMn .. 4i.. a -i.n.
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Our patrons ap
preciate iU high
Bottled at the
FRED MILIEU BREWM0 CO.
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
King Street, near Bethel.
TO PROTECT INVESTORS
Message Its Said to be Strong on
This Point Amendment to
Anti-Trust Law Likely to
Nw York, Nov. 10. A special to the
Herald from Washington says: In his
forthcoming message to Congress I'rc
ld"nt Roosevelt will take strong
groundi In favor of legislation to com,
l trusts and vast industrial comblna
natlnns to change their attitude toward
the public. Roosevelt desires to safe
guard the Interests of investors by re
quiring great companies like the Unit
ed States Steel Corporation, which do
Interstate business, to make known
iacU as to the Intrinsic value of their
He may nlso advise Congress to pass
Ir.ts that will protect employes In
thNr right to organize, nnd he Is ex.
pet-ted to faor an nmendment to the
Shermau anti-trust law that will en
able the Department of Justice to got
evidence of the .existence of n mono
poly without employing detective
methods. The chapter of his message
dealing with this subject has already
been written. It has been read to
several persons outside the Cabinet.
Some of the men who have listened to
the chupter are themselves deeply con
cerned In trusts. Most of them ha
expressed dissatisfaction with the mes
sage. But the President will not be dis
suaded. His views are of long growth
and hottled conviction. He believes
toraetlilug should be done as between
the great corporations and tbe work
ingmen, and he Is positive that some
thing can be done for the Investor
when stocks of so-calle'd Industrials
are put on the market. "Publicity" Is
to he the watchword of Roosevelt on
this Important question. He will
recommend that Congress pass a law
that will guarantee tho public against
fraud, and enable investors to know
exactly what they nre buying when
they purchase Industrial stocks.
uninc mm ito
Astoria, Or.. Nov. 9. Tho steamer
Victoria arrived from the Orient this
afternoon, she brings nows that po
litical disturbances hover on tho hori
zon in Japan. The Sclyu Kal, or tho
Immediate followers of Marquis Ito,
have now arrayed themselves on tho
Side of tho Cabinet's enemies. This
section of the big party Is headed by
Uaron Siiycmatgu. Mr. Haraskel and
Baron Knucko. They propose to ar
raign tho Cabinet on tho grouud that
tho measures of administrative and
financial reform contemplated by tho
Mlnlbtry nro altogether too limited,
and that tho Cabinet's failure to sell
bonds abroad Is due to mismanage'
ment. Tlioy nlso complain of tho fail
ure to punish officers guilty of looting
I'b China, about which thcro Is now
considerable feeling In Japan.
The Chinese cruisers Klenwel and
Klcnan, the construction of which In
the Ma Wei dockyard, near Foo Chow,
la npw nearly finished, will be sold to
Franco. The Chinese Government,
having first started the work of con
struction of theso warships by tho ad
vice of some Frenchmen, obtained nil
the materials from tho latter's nattvo
country. Unable to pay wages and for
tha material, the dockyard authorities
are arranging the sale of the warships
through tho French Consul at Foo
Berlin, Nov. 12. Emperor William
has acceded to the oft-repeated request
of Count Paul, von Hatzfeldt-WUden-burg,
tho acrman Embassador to Great
Britain, that ho bo allowed to retire
from tbe diplomatic servlco on the
giound of 111 health. The Emperor,
In an autograph letter, expressed his
deep regret at tho necessity for the
Embassador's retirement. "I feel Im
pelled," says the Emperor, "to ex
press my Imperial thanks for the excel
lent services which during the forty
fcur years of your official llfo you have
rendered to ray predecessors en tho
throne, to myself and to tho whole
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Agents, Broken and Jobbers.
H. P. DALDWIN Presldenl
J. B. CASTLE 1st Vice President
W. M. ALEXANDER.... 2nd Vice Pre
J. P. COOKE Treasurer
W. O. SMITH Secretary
GEO. R. CARTER Auditor
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial ft Sugar Oc
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pala Plantation Company,
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Kinel Plantation Company,
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
The Caiiftraia art trltital S. 5. ft.
W. G. Irwin & Bo.
Western Sugar Refinery Company of
Baldwin Locomotive Work of Phila
delphia, Pa., U.'S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), New York, U. 8. A.
N. Ohlandt ft Co.'s Chemical Fertil
izers. Alex. Cross ft Sons' high-grade Fertil
izers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE;
Parafllne Paint Co.'a P, ft B. Paints an
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oils,
raw and bolted.
Indurlno (a cold-water paint), In whlU
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lima anl
CASTLE & COOKE
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walamea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St Louis, Mo,
Tho Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
The New England Llfo Insurance Oo.
of Boston. ,
Tho Etna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
LIFE and FIRE
New England Mutual Lifb In
surance Co. of Boston.
-Etna Fire Insurance Company
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. O. Irwin. .President and Manager
Claus Spreckels Vice President
W. M. Glffard..Becond Vice President
H. M. Wnltney, Jr. . . .Treas. and Sec,
Geo. J. Ross Auditoa
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Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookal
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomca Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co.,
Makce Cugar Co., Haleakala Ranch Co.,
The Planters' Line of San Francisco,
Packet; Chas. Berwer & Co.'s Line of
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C. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. H.
Alien, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H, Ws
terbouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors,
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The Baiolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
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dins. T. Wilder,
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THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United States for tbe Ha
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