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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. It. T., SATURDAY. NOV. 23. 1901.
HHrT e -
Oft J t
75 and 79 King Street
TELEPHONE NO. 31.
MOW li tho time to get leak! and
breakages seen to, and your
Roofs Put In Order.
By competent workmen.
The Plumber's Strike
over, and I am again prepared
to do Plumbing, 8ewerlng and
Sheet Iron Work a heretofore.
Estimate furnished... Work
manshlp ana material guaran
teed. das. Nott, Jr.,
Store, Beretanla opp. Alakea St.
lei. White 3571.
C. R. Hemenway
OFFICE 40S JUDD BUILDING. ,
TEL. 314 MAIN.
Albert R. Cunha
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
808 Stunfiemvald Building
W. Austin Whiting,
W. J. Robinson,
Renv-ed to Room 306, Judd Building
J. M. KANEAKUA,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Office Bethel St., Near the Postofflce
The King of Natural Table Waters
A Natural 8pnrUlln
Water bottled at the
Zollhaun, - Germany.
The Favorite of New York
and London Society.
from among the mineral
waters) of the world by "The
Lu.idon Lancet.' The highest
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
J. D. Jewett
,. J. WILLIAMS
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE.
6et of 5 maps, $2.00
B0 CUNTS L'ACH
On sale at office ot . . ,
TUB . . .
K U L L BT IN
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved nnd modern SUdAK MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular attcc
tlon paid to JOD WORK, and ropalrr
executed at shortest notice.
Magailncs bound by the EVENIN
mfLmmWrn tmamVlt J? rAkmWt
Is compounded with trio greatest of
euro nml contains nothing Injurious.
it is a fare ana reliable remedy Tor
stomach complaints and has a record
ot fifty cars of euro to its credit.
Many prominent phjslclans prescribe
nnd recommend it as a euro for dys
pepsla. Indigestion, flatulency, belch
ing, nervousness nnd Insomnia. Try
It The genuine must have our Pri
vate Die Stamp ocr tho neck of the
Surgtons, Physicians and Dentists.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
ROOMS kX-tv), OFEICE, MAIN )S(
Boston Buhdino Residence,
Fort Street. White, tS6i.
HOURS it A. M TO i. p.M j
P O Box Soi Sundays imp m.
Dr. Albert E. Nichols
1154 Alakea StreeL
Office Hours 9 to 4
A. C. WALL, D.D.S.
0. E. 'WALL, D.D.S.
Loio Building, Fort Street
Hours. 9 to 4. Telephone Main 320,
Dr. J. Alrhertpv hn. rnmnvo1 Ma ..p.
flcO from TflR Vnrt strnf in 1A1 irt
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.S, M.V. M.A ondon.
OFFICE Hotel Stables
RE8IDENCE "The California," Em-
Dr. Win. C. Rogers,
SURGtON AND SPECIALIST.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Exclusively
REMOVED to new office. 1146 Ala.
kca Street, opp. Hawaiian Hotel.
Hours, 9 to 12, 3 to 5:30.T to 8: Sun.
days, 9 to 11.
WE FIT GLA88ES.
WE GRIND LEN8E3.
WE REPAIR GLAS8E8.
Factory on tbo Premises.
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Building. Fort Street.
Over May & Co.
Chinese and Japanese Firm.
SING CHAN CO.
Hardware, Tinware, Glassware
and Carriage Goods. Etc., Etc.
nnd Sewer Conncc-
tlonn a Hpcclnlty.
229 King St., between River 8t. and
R. R. Depot.
Fine English and American Good
65 Hotel street, und
Hotel near Nuuanu
fl UOXQDi, TEL WHITE
I a lies' skirls cleaned Clothing
cltined, dvt.1 and repaired
Suits mdt to order,
Fit guaranteed Lowest prlo
Fur' direct, n.ir Kukul, n
Dr Orpheum Thcittr.
I'rlfei Cltintog ont lull, , y
Dvtlnr "Hi $t n
Tclephono tho EVENING RUI.LE
TIN, Main 250, if you have books to ha
mado, printing to bo dono, etc., etc.,
and wo w UK call. Wo hvo men that
know their busincsu for that purpose.
DIVORCE COURT CANNOT
AWARD REAL ESTATE
ijonty upimon on uuestions in
Nobrega Case Dissenting '
Opinion on Scope of
A decision of the Supreme Court has
been rendered In the divorce case of
l.llmna de Nobrega s. Sjhano de No-I
bregn. Justice Qalbralth and Circuit
Judge i.lttle (the latter sitting in
place of Chief Justice Frear, absent)
join In a majority opinion written bj
the first named, while Justice Perry
concurs in deciding, against the powcf
assumed by the court below but dls
renting from the scope taken by thl
majority in deciding questions, as he
Judge Gear's decree allowing tem
porary alimony of 15 a week and or
derlng an equal division of the real
estate of both husband and wife, when
the latter had been properly granted
a divorce, Is reversed and the cause.
remanded to the Circuit Court with di
rection to make the llbellant such suit. I
able allowance as the court shall deem
Just and reasonable, and for such fur
ther proceedings consistent with the
foregoing opinion as may be necessary.
The sjllabus of the opinion Is as fol
lows: "I'nder Section 1943 Civil Laws au
thorizing the Cliciilt Court upon graft
ing a divorce for the adultery of the
husband, etc., to mako such further or
der or decree against the, defendant,
compelling him to provide such suit
able allowance for tho wife, for hct
support, as the court shall deem Just
and reasonable, the court may make
such nltowance in gross.
"The court has no power under this
statute to order a division ot the hus
band's real estate and to vest title to a
part thereof in the wife.
"A wife who owns In her own right
real estate of the value of $3500 or 14.
000 Is not in destitute circumstances ns
provided in Section 1938 Civil Laws
nnd an allowance to her of temporary
alimony cannot be sustained."
(3. A. Davis for llbellant; J. T. Do
Holt for libelee.
This Is the case In which Judge
Clear denounced the unfaithful hus
band in severe language, for having
abandoned his wife after she had slav
ed' for him twenty-two jears ond by
the earnings of her own hands aided
him In accumulating a large amount
of property. He left her to llvo with
a native woman named Mary Kaal
huole. In passing Judgment tho court
said the nian's conduct was "most hor
rible, Inhuman nnd disgusting." The
property owned by tho defendant wna
of the value of $30,000. In the appeal
of the libelee, the right of the llbellant
to a divorce was not contested and
she was decreed an absolute divorce.
Hence that Important point Is not af
fected by the decision of the appellate
READY FOR GAMB.
The Chicago Record-Herald Is pub
lishing extracts from the diary of a
football fellow. Tho following entry
Is a realistic picture:
"October 12. Western Medical de
feated Washton Collogo Saturday, 27
to 0, In the rain. Washton was dan
gerous until I sat on their kicking full
back's head in tho wnter. Ho was dug
out, rolled on a barrel, and resuscitat
ed. After that wo mado lour touch,
downs In ten minutes. In the first halt
1 slipped, and tho lett tackle stepped
on my right eyebrow, tearing It off.
Uroke my left collarbono later. Got
mad then, and twisted the arm of their
quarterback. That causcu him to
make a forward pass, and wo got tbo
ball. Later, I bit a finger of their
right tackle, who was trying to hook
out my eyeball. Am getting In great
condition. Found a.icr tho game
that my kneecap was missing, so will
havo to wear a leather pad. Team
doing well. One moro practice con
test, then the real games commence.
"rt. H. BACK."
ARE YOU DEAF??
Kftry kind of dffni and difficult hmr-
nvrii b rurrd lijrour now Intention! nnlr
iboM br Ing been born deaf are Incurable Vol .-.
lierreiiioiit miet. fond parttruiara abou
jour cav. tonftiiitnllon nnd tidTlca fi . Kt
na can core ninuolf at bU ovu buine at vcrr
uin. UALIUil a AUrtAL ULINIU,
BSSLaiille Avenue. CHICAGO. ILL. U.S.A.
rilR ft a I TnillA aas &
Henry H. Williams
THE PROGRESSIVB UNDERTAKER '
OH l HONOLULU I WITH t THE
The very la est methods
employed In caring f r the
dead. Alulls'ockof the bet
and up-to-date undertaking
goods anj paraphernalia.
Phone, Main 64.
Ml II 1 (IE
WITH THE PRESIDENT
Hepburn Believes Canal Bill Will be
Promptly Passed in the House
Cable Bill Again to
Washington. Nov. 14. Represent'
tlvo Hepburn of Iowa, chairman of the)
Interstate and Foreign commerce
Committee of the House, and ilepre
tentative Sherman of Acw YorK, a
member of the same committee, had
n long conference with tbo President
today about tnu istnmlan canal and
raclflc cable legislation.
As a result ot the consultation tncy
announced that It was their purpose
to press legislation on both subjects
at tho earliest possible moment. Tun
canal bill which passed the House at
the last Besslon will bo reintroduced
In substantially the form in which It
was passed last winter. No delay is
anticipated In the committee, as the
wholo subject has been canvassed
thoroughly. Colonel Hepburn told the
President that the bill undoubtedly
would have o largo majority In the
I" The cable bill will bo Identical with
the one reported from tbo committee
during the last Congress. It provides
for tho laying of tho cable by a private
corporation under a contract with the
Postmaster General, with an alterna
tive provision for the building of the
cable by the Government If no satis
factory contract can be made. It is
understood that the President concur-
led In the proposed ptogram.
Tnpnmn Wn.li Vm- 1J Anltn,
under the authority of a law passed
1 by tho Legislature, Secretary 01 oiate
Nichols, who Is also utaio Insurance
Commissioner, has determined to rig
Idly limit tho number of tratcrnal In
sttranto orders doing business in this
'State to those which can make an ab
solutely satisractory snowing of re
sources nnd assets. He has Just re
turned from an extended haBtern trip,
where he examined tne condition of
numerous orders nnd smaller Insur
I Somo of those he found to be In ex
cellent rnmlltlnn nnd nnmintrA .i.i.t.
My on business principles. Others did
uui muKe a suiucicni Biiovwng oi assets
to suit him and he will docltne to let
them continue business after January
1st. His trip embraced ninny cities In
the Central States, Including St. Paul,
Lansing, Mich., Springfield, Mo, Lin
coln, Neb, nnd Dcs Moines.
Secretary Nichols reports that lie
found several of tue cities islted to
bo tho headquarters for professional
organizers or fraternal Insurance or
ders. Their plan Is to organize an or
der, secure several thousand members
nnd then sell ItB mcmocrsiiip to somo
other order. Tho Insurance agents bo
llevo that tho rule adopted by Secre
tary Nichols will aid tno regular Insur
ance business which Is conducted In
this State chiefly through general
agencies in San Francisco.
TUB FIRST BLIZZARD.
Syracuse, N. Y.. Nov. 14. There
nan hnnn a tinnw foil rt on. n
through Northern New York. At Ma
lono there is a blizzard, and snow
drifts fle to six feet high are block
ading the railroad tracks. At Casano
la tho snowfall is twelve inches. In
this city street railroad traffic Is Im
peded by the snow.
The snowstorm Is general through
out Central Now York tonight. Coun
try roads are In many cobcs blocked
and huge drirts nro piling up along
tho fences. Streams are rising nnd
soersl places report threatening
floods. In Syracuse sleighs nro run
ning even In tho down-town streets.
Trolley service is demoralized. About
ten Inches of snow has fallen. Tho
mercury Is about nt tho freezing point.
Episcopal Bishop of Philippines.
RoBton. Nov. 15. Rev. Charles H.
Urent of St. Stephen's Episcopal
Church will accept tho Episcopal
Bishopric of the Philippines, where a
diocese was created by the triennial
convention at San Francisco.
Paln-Klller. the old nnd well known
remedy has acquired a world-wide re
nown for the euro of sudden colds,
coughs, etc., weak stomach. Indigestion,
cramp or pain In the stomach, bowel
complaint, diarrhoea nnd dysentery. It
has lost none of its good name by re
pented trials, hut continues to nccup?
11 prominent position In oery family
medicine chest. Atnlil substitutes, thero
Is but one Pnln-Klller, Perry DavlJ.'
Price 25c nnd DOc.
and 1148 Fort St, Love Building
Residence 1375 Fort St., below Vineyard. Phone and Night Call, White 3S11.
Lin II RMIK
JUDGE HUMPHREYS MAKES
REMARKS FROM BENCH
Leniency of Sentence of Two Japanese
Who Frightened Mts. Atcher
ley's Horse With Tin
I'kloshl nnd Mori were tried for.ma
Melons Injury before Judge Humph'
revs by the following named Jury ycs
tcrdoy afternoon: Quy Livingston,
Haughton C, Dlckerton. Alex. K. Aon.l,
John W. Smithies, Edward Woodward,
llcnj. It. Campbell, John L. Hannmann,
Harry S. Swtnton, Alex. O. Nicholas,
Deo. K. Kala, John M. Davis and Jas.
Kahalepua According to the Indict
ment the defendants threw tin cans nt
.1 buggy driven on the opposite side
of the Palama road from where they
stood, thereby frightening the horse
driven in the buggy and endangering
the life, limb and property of Mrs.
John Atcherley who was driving the,
ronvejance. The complaining witness
Is wife of the newly appointed govern
ntent phslclan for South Kohala. As
slstant Attorney General Douthltt far
the prosecution; I. M. Long for the de
fendants. The Jury retired about a quarter af
ter 4 o'clock nnd returned with a er-
diet of guilty. Mr. Long asked run
slderntlon of Its being a first offense
from the court in passing sentence.
On being asked the usual question
If thpy had anything to Bay why sen
tence should not be pronounced upon
them both of the prisoners made Ut
ile speeches that evidently Impressed
the court as being out of the category
of plausible jams put up by habitual
wrong-doers. Differing .In words th
reasons of both were nllkc In tenor.
The Jury had made n mistake, one
expressed It. An Injustice was dono
by the Jury, said tho other. Each de
clared that he worked for Mrs. Atch
erley and had not been paid his wages.
They declared they were not guilty.
Anyway, they had suffered much al
ready, having been kept In Jail a month
and then been diaggcd before the
Mr. Douthltt. being nsKeu if he had
anv thing to say regarding the plead
ing of (he prisoners, could not see thut
their offense was other than a serious
one In Its possible results. In differ,
cnt parts of the United States offend
ers would have met summary punish
ment for such conduct as the cvlilrtuu
Miowed and would neer have been
brought Into court.
Judge Humphreys then passed sen
tence substantially as fallows: "I can
not punish joti for what might have
happened as a consequence of your
nets. You do not appear to be men of
a law -breaking class. It has seemed
to the court all through this case that
If you had borne malice toward Mrs
Atcherley ou would have found a
more practical means of Its gratifica
tion. Still I think the Jury did right
In finding ou guilty from the evi
dence. You hae been In prison thirty
days awaiting trial. I sentence ou to
pay a fine of $1 each and remit the
costs of court. Your counsel has ably
defended ou and when you get money
ou ought to pay him a reasonable fee.
"Different times In the course of this
trial references have been mado to
States of the Union where men are
taken out of Jail and summarily pun
ished by the mob. I wish to say that
such practices liavo done more to
blight civilization In those communi
ties than an) thing else, besides work
ing mnterlal-lnjury to the localities In
depreciating the nlue of property."
He had been holding ner hand most
of the eenlng. As ho showed n dispo
sition to icleasc It without asking the
momentous question, sho suggested
quite casually: "Of course you un
derstand that goods taken on approv
al are considered disposed of after
they have been held a certain lenetb
of tlmo." '
Naturally, he appreciated that the
hand was his without asking. Chicago
uroHvcrur; hwiuhw uikup
A new nnd i ay , Inn Send Mumr
and Ht? malt Inatriicllnim. tefiininnl-
all and tend FREE" AMutrnlrft
Pretty Piece of t luld Pint d IrniTry. rite At once.
AcmtBookCo Bin 3ft AiheviMe
W Carolina US
AgcntH fop .
onu merits &
Remember there Is no other
MR. WILLIAAS connected
with tills establishment ; so
make no mure mistakes.
For eatlngf.dt Inking:, sad cooklnif.
pubz, BzuctoBs, svtRmors-
WUTCR cut & CO U0.
Br.kfot Co.., 1 1! lb. Haft,
B.h Cfanr.lte)nw-Bl,t 31h.cfcM.
O-rajia 8wt ChoroUt., I -4 lb. Im
rON l.il L.o.a QftCCtRI.
Walter Bakor A Oo. ltd.
Dorchester, Mui V. S. A.
fa'dn KhbiInii, Nov. 1i. The ensleril
half of Mil iiiiintry will get its fit nt
Wsnn in th.' iItiK''i of unrestricted
ChlnM- Immigration from the Inlior
lei'lTj ot lt Wk iltlt'8. Organized la
bor for a lona time Imn hecn ulle to
lb") cou."uem M that will follow on
op"nlui; up thin comiti'it RitteH to the
Asiatic horde. During the fourth an
nual ionVMntlon of the WcBtern Ijihor
Unttiii, h-1,1 l.ut .M11) at Dciner, Col
Prt-aldtriit Dinlel MiDonnlil Included In
his report to this bod) Ihe follow lug
The propoMtlon tii.it will, during ths
lomlng yp.ir attract the public atten
tion, 11 nd which will require n general
ixprtxlon of opinion, and InvltcH, c3
lirg-.'s, ai.tlnu thiouKli the channclx of
uig.inlzcil l,ilxr Is tho Chinese Kxclu
(.Ion Ail whkh expires In May, 1!0.
It Is eT csfciitl.il and Im
portant that It re nui tment ho tdroug
)y .rged and il Unite nitlim nloiw
tlifje llnci. b? takun liy the iirloui
lilur linliins, Huh fumlllarlzlng nnd
acquainting our reprercnfntlini in
fougrcHH with our wIoIich upon IliU
8uhJit, A niuteiiirnt of this
tliaimtt-r. stmted at thin time, will
irtnii- the public mind for tln re
emu tment of th CM 110c i:iluslon
Ait The pi-rlnil of lu life Kliould Ii-v
made unlimited Thin proposition
punt 1 1- kept ullie b union nun nnd
labor organlzitlom-, find brniiKht be
fore the pcuple b) Itihtu nnd reform
linpcrh and mtgutlncK of the cnuntry.
I would therefore rciommeiul that
the iniiimlng Kxniithe Ilonrd bo ail
tharlzed ami empimerul by thin inn
yention to take thl mutter In hand,
nnd to take hiich stepx iik will tend to
further the Interest of mull lcglHlatlon,
und to adopt such plans and method
as nuy siem advUuhle nnd necessary
to employ for tho'n enactment of tin
, Sim? th? adoption ot that resolution
the organization ntlllluteil with tint
W'eutern Ktbor Union hne carefully
pieaihed the exi lualon of the CIiIuckc.
This agltatlou hun had Its effect and lu
Uasttrii States the mini who goes to
Congress as the pcuple's leprcMintu
IHc will go prepared to fight to hid
l&9t breath fur the extension of tun
Geary or a similar exclusion nit,
the Amerlum Kcdciatloii of I.Mior
alread) bus sent Its President, Samuel
V. (lomperH, and Spcilnl l)el( Kate
Henry (tiiUUidt to Wusiilngtiiti to pro
test against the admlttiime uf China's
(oolles. This iainialgnlng Is hound In
haie Its effeit nnd will do miiili to
niako KdLstenieis see the folly of mak
ing way fur u host of Chinese to take
the plaies of American citizens In tho
fiutor; and on tho farm.
The 'following additional delegations
tu the Chinese Kxiluslon Consent Ion
have been appointed from this city:
International AsMiclutloii of Miirhln-Ir-U,
San Krumlsio Lodge, No. I,S II,
M. Iliunct, William Delane), Janus
Fttam Laundi) Winkers' I'nlon -J.
I). Cnmplmll, William Dowue), Pud
National i'nlon of I'nltfil llrewcry
Workmen of the 1'nltPd Stutes, Local
Union, No. L'.'T J. T. lleiine), John
Shea. Iludolf Spttk.
Holler Makers und Iron Ship-Help,
eis" Union, ,No. 'J0".2 i:. I' Desmond,
U Haas, N. Oreensfildcr.
The following have been appointed
from Sun Jose:
Stnbleiiietr Union, No. 00.M.- D.' A.
Vennblc, Al. Simpson, John Ijine.
11 fulluwlng liaM- been appointed
A. II. Hamilton, Thomas l'rlce, C.
II. Dcnne, Oeorge II. Whltworth, W.
Ii. Ogden, W. II. Croop, i:. L. stur
Bfon. T W. Vnkuui, J. II Andctson, J.
Hoiiice Davis )esterilii) sent n noto
to tho ckrk of tho Hoard of Super
Isors. deillnlng to nit ua delegate to
tho ionentluu, us lie will be out of
town when It piccts,
DH WIIT KUU'PliUcANCK.
New Yiirk Nov. 10 Thu Lruulon
lOriCHpcini'eiit of tho Tribune nun
ments upon the military nioiimenlg lu
South Africa ns follows:
Do Wet Ii.ih mado an unsuccessful re
apptaimiie. Ills attaik on the rear
guard of Coloiul IIjuk's roliimii.ln the
norltheust of the Orungo Itlicr Colon),
was easily repulsed without much 1!3
to either sldo and Lord Kitchener
oecnis proud of the fact, although tho
Iloer (ieneinl had onl) 400 mtn with
him. Olllclal dispatches nfford evl
deuce of thn determination of the
Uoers to tonduct un aggiesBUo cam
paign, nnd also to show that the Ilrlt
Ish columns nre tnalnl) engaged In
Agtntt, Brokers and Jobber.
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN T
H, P. BALDWIN President
J. B. CASTLE 1st Vice President
W. M. ALEXANDER.... 2nd Vice Pre
J. P. COOKE Treasurer
W. O. SMITH SecreUry
GEO. It. CARTER Auditor
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial ft Su(sr O
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company,
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Ike Cauftnla aa. Irki.il S. 3. C
W. G. Irwin & 60
Western Sugar Refinery Company o
San Francisco. ,y
Baldwin Locomotive Worka oi PMla- f
delphla, Pa., U. S. A. J
Newell Universal Mill Co. (NatlonalnL
Cane Shredder). New York, ,U. S. A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertil
izers. Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade Fertll
licrs for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering. il
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE: "
Parafflne Pnlnt3o.'s P. & D. Paints an!
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oils,
raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), In whit
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime ana
CASTLE & COOKE
Tho Ewa Plantation Co. '
The Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walamea Sugar Mill Co.
Tho Fulton Iron Works, SU Louis. Ma
Tho Standard Oil Co.
The O co. K. Dlake Steam Pumps.
The Now England Life Insurance' Oo.
The Etna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartfora,
The Alliance Assurance Co, of London,
LIFE and FIRE
IHglMCEA $?$. -
Mbw England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
tna Fire Insurance Company
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. 0. Irwin. President and Manager
Claus Sprcclcols Vice President '
W. M. Qlffard.. Second Vice President
H. M. Wnltney, Jr....Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AGENTS OF TUB
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
G. BREWEfl & 00., LTD.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural 'Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomca Sugar Co,
Hononiu Sugar Co , Walluku Sugar Co.,
Mnkeo ugar Co., Haleakala Ranch Co..
The Planters' I.lno of San Francisco,
Packet; Cbas. Dcrwer & Co.'s Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. M. Cooke, President; Georgt
Robertson, Manager; E. F, Bishop.
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. R
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H, Wa
terhcuse and Geo. R. Carter, Director
ThBYonHnm-Yomre Go. Ltt
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULU
Tho Lancashire insurauco Co.
The Halolso Insurance Co.
Union Gas Englno Co.
Domestic Sowing Machine, Etc
Pensylvania Fire Insurance
CIiiih. T. Wilder,
Bruce Cartwright " f
Gcnoral Managor of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United States for the Ha-
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Offlco, ; Merchant Si. : Honolulu.
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