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EVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T., TUESDAY, NOV. 2e, 190t.
Agents, Broker and Jobbara.
tKmwW "Ti' "Mr IsHsWfiaLsH
In the Schlltz brewery ou will finil a plate rI.ks room. In It
are cooling pipes, over which the hot liccr drips. Above it Is an
air filter, anil nu air comes into this room save through that filter.
No germs can reach beer handled with such rare caution.
Hut, alter the beer is aged, c filter it, then bottle and seal it,
then sterilize every bottle.
We take triple precautions became beer is a saccharine
product. Impurities multiply if they get into It. There Is no
grade between absolute purity and utter Impurity.
I'.vcry lwttlc il Schlitt is absolutely pure, and purity is
hcahhlulncss. Your physician knows - ask him.
Macfnrlnnc & Co., Ltd , 21 Kaahumanu St.,
Honolulu. Call for
75 and 70 King Street
TELEPHONE NO. SI.
MOW ! the 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 aa heretofore.
Estimates furnished... Work
manship 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. Aistii Whitiig,
Rtmr-ed to Room 306, Judd Building
J. M. KANEAKUA,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Office Bethel 8t, Near the Poetofflee.
J. D. Jewett t
. ,. J. WILLIAMS
Water Golors 4
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
6et of 5 maps, $2.00
60 CENTS EACH
On sale at office ot . , ,
THB . . .
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUQAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repair
executed at shortest notice.
Magazines bound by the EVENING
the Brewery Homing.
8urgont, physicians and Dentists.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
Rooms mS-teq. opeici, Main jSj,
BOSTOI IlUILDIKO REtlDENCI,
Four Street. White, iMt.
HOURS II A. M TO I. P.M I
i to p. m I ? to s r. n.
P O. HO Sol Sl1lAy u -f p. .
Dr. Albert E. Nichols
1154 Alakea Street.
Office Hours 9 to 4
A. 0. WALL, D.D.8.
0. E. WALL, D.D.S.
Lore Building, Fort Street
Hours, 9 to 4. Telephone Main 320,
Dr. J. Atchcrley has removed his of
fice from 70S Fort street to 343 King
street, next to Opera Houbc.
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
RESIDENCE "The California," Em
ma street 19163m
Dr. Wm. G. Rogers,
SURQbON AND SPECIALIST.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Exclusively
REMOVED to new office. 1146 Ala
kea Street, opp. hawallanHoteL
Hours, 9 to 12, 3 to 5:30, 7 to 8; Sun
days, 9 to 11.
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Building. Fort Street.
Chinese and Japanese Firm.
SING CHAN CO.
Hardware, Tinware, Glassware
aid Carriage Goods Etc., Etc.
and Sewer Connec
tions a Specialty.
229 King St., between River St. and
R. R. Depot.
! SANG CHAN "
Fine English and American Goods
65 Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
P O. BQg6l. TEL-WHITI m
Udttt iklrti titan 4. Clothing
cliutd, dy4 and repaired.
Suits made to order,
Fit ruarantMd. Lottit price
Fori Itmi, nur Kukul, 4
or Orphcun Thetttr.
Prtctr Cleaning on. lull, tsc
Dvtlnr full S .
M . -j
HENRY ST. GOAIL
Memberii Stock nnd Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
I COMMISSION BROKERS
AND DEALERS IN
I INVESTMENT SECURITIES.
Particular attention given to pnr
chase and sale of Hawaiian Bugai
Eastern and Foreign Stocks anr
403 California St.,
San Francisco, Cal,
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rOMAS ESTRADA PALMA, WHO WILL PROBABLY BE THE
FIRST PRESIDENT OF CUBA.
Willi tup nearer iiiiioihIi f the HitIIoik In Cuba the prospects seem to
brraiiif nioro certain that tho iflnt president of tin- new Maud republic lll be
limn IMniiln l'nliu.i. tho iiiift, rctlrlnK Ki-utlcimin who now conducts n
' , ' Mlinn! In Oiiiiiki' county, X. Y. Mr. Tulina Is h ileirendiiiit of mi old
uli.ui niiilly. Ho took pint In tin- retolutlnii which lit'iftin In lM mill In
isT." wiih chitiil pii ulilont of I'uli.i by the rooIillloiniry kii eminent, lit- u
i.'nit'l unit peiit i'rii ji-iiri In it SniiiI1i forttma ui pilioiier. He was
1 1. '' ic!iMi'il nnil inino to Hie L'nltiil .Stall's.
DEPUTY SHERIFF EATON
SAVS MUftDER WAS DONE
Ku, tire native mcnttoneil In the dis
patch from Hllo Kiven below, came
from Kau In the Manna Loa this morn
Ins, in charge of one of tile pollco oltl
cers of the illsirlct. He was glcn a
preliminary hearing at Walohlnu anil
committed to the Circuit Court for
trial. Ku was vent to Honolulu for
safe keeping until tho time for his trial
High Sheriff Brown received a letter
from Sheriff Anilrens by tho Mnuna
Loa In which he states that, while
evidence was largely circumstantial, It
was nevertheless very strong. He
states further that eight days after
tho suspected murder of tho China
man, the net which the deceased used
and the one which tho natlvo employ
ed In Ashing, were found together on
the lava now, where Ku had told some
nathe friends he had hidden his own
net or rather the one which he had
Hllo, Nov, 22. A representative of
the Tribune Interviewed Sheriff An
drews early Iu the week regarding the
suspected murder of Pa Kul or Wong
Kul at 'Kau. The police In that dls
trlct had been criticized for inactivity
which from the painstaking report filed
by Deputy K, C. Eaton seems to bo
without foundation. Sheriff Andrews
allowed the report of his deputy to be
read and the following extracts are
taken therefrom. It was accompanied
by a document of thirty-seven closely
Written statements of eight witnesses
concerning the alleged murder. Trie
suspected man Is In custody and Sher
iff Andrews left Monday for Khu to
hiakc a personal Investigation.
The report of Deputy Eaton was In
lubstance as follows: On November
2, I reported to you the death by
drowning of Pa Kul, Cli., at Hnnuapo
and of my not holding an Inquest. My
reason for so reporting to you was on
account ot Officer Kua's report to mo
that he had Investigated tho matter
and had seen nothing that would inil'
cate foul play. I asked him about the
net that had disappeared and bis r
ply was that It hod probably sunk in
On examining the body, Dr. Thump-
son said that the, man had drowned,
and probably had either had a (It or
bad become weak from tho cold, l.ad
fallen nnd had been unnblo to get up.
He also said that If a post mortem was
held It would only disclose the fuct
that the man had been drowned. Un
der the circumstances I did not think
the facts as presented to mo nould
warrant an inquest, and reported tho
death as nn accident.
Although J ordered Kau to jcarch
for the net until he found It ho failed
to do so. On Friday tbo 8th, Dr.
Thompson telephoned to me that two
natives would be at Naalchu to tell a
son-in-law ot the drowned man whera
they had beard the net was hldd'tii. I
net these men and took their state
ments. I ordered Officer Kalno.i to
take charge ot Ku and allow nobody to
Into or out ot his house and to watch
him and bis wlfo until further orders.
Sunday morning I arrested Ku on the
charge of larceny In the second de
gree. Tho report then deals with Deru'r
Eaton's successful effort In finding ihn
nets In a hole In the aa. Tho nets were
almost covored with small stouei.
There wero two nets, one belonging lo
Kallula, the other to the Chinese I'a
Kul or Wong Kul.
On Monday, after working up fur
ther cvldenco on Sunday, Mr. Katon
took tho rase Into court. The healing
was postponed to Inagibcr 19.
Tho report says, Dr. Tl.9mpr.011 u
mixed up In this case the same as ho
was In tho Naalehu murder case, and,
Jerry, Wong Kul's son-in-law has Idl
ed W. P. Reynolds to prosecute the
cnie. I told Reynolds this morning on
hearing that be had been retained und
on reelng a note written to him by
1 lmmpson, that I Ui uld not alloy I'ir.i
or anybody else to luterfcro In my
business. Kawaha was a wlta'iis to
what Thompson said, when he examin
ed the body on Saturday, Nov, 2d. AC
you will see by accompanying state
ments, the body was found in a stoop-
HOW 0 II
Duffalo, Nov. 9. The public execu-
Inn . fMlH II .tin l1ms Al.i.tin..
I IIUI1 U UIIIIIUU It. IUU 1I11UU9 UlCfJl.UU.
owned by Frank C. Doirtock. who had a
1 show on the Pan-American Midway,
,was stopped today by protests from
the Society for the Prevention of
Cruelty to Animals, and by Mayor
DIehl. Nearly 1000 persons had paid
an admission to the Stadium to see
the execution, when Mr. Dostock was
leached by the Mayor and by former
Postmaster General Wilson S. Dlssell,
acting for the society. Others appeal
ed to Mr. Dostock not to kill the ele
phant In public, so he dismissed the
spectators, gave them their money
back and announced that the execu
tion would tako place In the presence
of a few witnesses at 5 o'clock.
At that hour Jumbo was led into the
Stadium between two smaller ele
phants and chained to a platform in
the southeast corner. Two heavily In
sulated copper wires had been run to
the platform. The switchboard, sup
posed to control the current was
fastened to one of the walls ot the Sta
dium. It was stated that one wire
carried a current of 1800 volts and tho
other a current of 2200 volts. The elec
trodes were of copper, covered with
wet waste. Two were fastened behind
Jumbo's cars and two farther back on
his body. Then Electrician Graham
stepped to the switch and threw It
over. Observing persons noticed that
there was no flash when the tines of
. tho switch met to close the circuit. The
switch was just like a switch attached
to dead wires. The electrodes gave no
I Indication that an electric current was
working on them.
The electricity was not, sufficient to
drive steam out of the wet cloths on
tho electrodes. The electrician said
that ns far as he knew the current
had been turned on. Mr. Dostock was
certain that It had. Almost everybody
else was sceptical. Jumbo played with
u plank placidly. After three or four
minutes the switchboard was thrown
I back and the elephant 'released and re
turned to his quarters. He may be
taken to the Charleston Exposition.
He can stand an electric shock of this
kind every day.
I Jumbo Is a valuable beast. He Is
heavier but not bo large as the famous
elephant ot tho same name formerly
owned by Barnum. Captivity has made
the beast mad. His temper breaks out
so quickly that there Is no guarding
In tho past three weeks Jumbo has
attempted to kill two nf his keepers
nnd Tina Caswell, the eleven-year-old
daughter of a Midway concessionaire.,
Henry Mullen, one of the keepers, la
still In tho hospital, while Charles, Mil
ler, another keeper, Is suffering from
a broken arm which the elephant seiz
ed In his trunk. 'Tho little girl wns
seized by her dress In a similar man
ner, but the dress toro and she escap
ed. Ing posture, just the back being ibovs
water. I noticed1 In particular that tha
man's head was very black down to
below the chin while- the rest of tho
body was very white. I colled Thomp
son's attention to It and asked him
the reason for It. He said It wns ac
counted for by the body being bent
over.. As Thompson Is the Registrar
of Deaths, I did 'not take n certificate
of death and the caurc. I Intend to go
down to Honuapo tomorrow nnd tlmll
stay there, If necessary, until 'I havo
found tho party or parties who mui
dered Ihii .Id r.n' for I m Kurt ro
that hu was murdered.
Deputy Sheriff Eaton has important
tistlmony which may lead to Identify
ing the murderer.
IMRTHQUAKB FOR IIILO.
Hllo, Nov. 22. A vigorous earth
qual;o was fait on tl)ls Island t'rlday
night at 10 o'clock. Tho shock camo
in two distinct waves, probably ten
Bcronds apart. Tho second was tho
nioro violent of the two and mado tho
windows rattle In many Hllo homes.
At the Volcano Hotel the quaking was
felt and tho opinion of the manager
was that the seismic wave started
from tho nether regions of Mauna Loa.
BEGIN THEIR FIGHT
AGAINST FREE SUGAR
Call on Senators and Representatives
to Oppose Reciprocity With
Cuba-Appeal to Protective "
The Louslana sugar planters nro be
coming alarmed at the increasing talk
of a possible reciprocity treaty with
tho Island of Cuba. That they do not
favor Biich a treaty with Cuba Is evi
denced by the pertinent resolutions
adopted by the Louisiana Sugar Plan
ters' Association, of which nearly all,
If not all, the planters of this State aro
Such n treaty with Cuba, with the
existing low price of sugar, they all
say, will mean ruin to many. The
members of the Sugar Planters' Abso
elation are going to make an effort to
prevent any legislation by the national
government which will permit Cuba to
bring her sugar here free of duty, Thu
Senators and Representatives of this
Slato will be requested to do every
thing In their power to prevent nny
legislation tending toward a recipro
city treaty with Cuba.
This was the first meeting tho asso
ciation baa had In three months, and
there was a very large attendance,
tmong those present being George K.
Mann, J, W, Glcason, President Emllo
Host, E. Legendre, J. T. Moore, h. A.
Decnel, J. S. McDonald, W. L. Gold
smith, G. Zenor, W. G. Comeaux, V.
Uerthelot, L, M. Sonlat, cx-Goeinor
H. C. Wormoth, Henry McCall, Prof.
W. C. Stubbs, C. P. Dennlngs, John Dy
n'ond, J. T, Moore, Jr., C. V. Mnore,
II. S. Crozler, L. II. Morse, J. P. Koclt,
II. (1. Morgan Jr.
'After reading a number of minor
communications, Mr, McCall called at
tention to the threatened reciprocity
treaty with Cuba. Ho said It waj l.c
ccsfury to expand the business Inter
ests cf this countiy It wai evident
that the ilotirmen and meatmen won
trying to get their products Into C.iw.
either free of duty or nt a very low rato
of duty. Cuba will soon bo an Inde
pendent country, just llko France,
Cuba has nothing to send to this coun
try In return. They were In a seilous
danger. "We must show the peoplo of
this State," said Mr. McCaU. "that w
are alive to the situation, and we must
take some action tonight."
Mr. McCall asked for the appoint
ment of a committee tb draft suitable
resolutions, and Judge Rost appolr.ivd
Messrs. McCall, Dymond, Kock, Zenor
and Crozler, and ordered a recess of
fire minutes to give the commlttoo
time to prepare a report. The com
mittee presented the following resolu
tions, which were unanimously adopt
"The Louisiana Sugar Planters' A
soclatlon views with alarm the Increas
ing talk of reciprocity treaties with
Cuba and other sugar-producing coun
tries. At the present time, with very
low prices of sugar In all the markets
ot the world fully 1 per cent less than
at thla date a year ago It will be a
great struggle to maintain our indus
try. The beet sugar Industry of Eu
rope, carried on by cheap labor and
capital and fostered by export boun
ties, Is making war on the cane sugar
industry of tho world, and also upon
the beet Industry of the United States.
"The Cubans themselves are feeling
the pinch of low price sugar, nnd want
our government to admit their pro
ducts Into the United States, either
free of duty or at much reduced rates.
"Any such concessions to Cuba wli,
ruin boih the cane and beet sugar In
dustries of the United States. Why
should the growing Bugar Industries of
this country be sacrificed for the bene
fit of Cuba or, perhaps, to enrich a
few Americans who havo Invested their
money in this Island?"
"Reciprocity of this character la
nothing but the entering wedge of free
"The siren voice of reciprocity
should not be listened to at all by our
legislators, except, perhaps. In quoting
tne language of our late lamented
President, 'Upon such terms as would
Injure no American Interest;' thereforo
"Resolved, Thnt our Senators nnd
Representatives be. and they are here
by, requested to use their best ITorts
In preventing any legislation Inimical
to the cane and beet sugar Industries
of this country; further, be It
"Resolved, That a copy of these reso
lutions bo furnished by tho secretary
or mis association to each Senator and
Representative -of the State of Louis
iana, oIbo to the American Protective
Tariff League." New Orleans Demo
DID NOT BRLIEVE HIM.
Naauao, a native hackmnn, charged
with furious and heedless driving, was
fined $5 and costs In tho Pollco Court
Monday. Ho was arrested on
the 22d Inst, by Patrolman Copp In
fronfof the Opera House. At the time
be had three members of the Hogan
minstrel aggregation In his hack who
.were on their way to Alec Harris's
placoJn Kakaako where Oiey had been
invited to luncheon.
" Oopp said that Naauad's horse began
galloping at tho corner of Alakea and
King streets nnd tbo whole evidence
showed that the hackman wilfully
made the animal tako this pace because
his passengers were lato (o lunch and
wanted to hurry. The defendant tried
to' tell Judge Wilcox a hot air story
about his horse becoming frightened
at a steam roller while no was at tho
corner of Richards and King streets
nnd whllo tho roller wns up near the
Opera House but the judge had heard
such stories before and told the wit
ness frankly he did not believe him,
However, as the case did not seem tn
be very bad one, he Imposed the low
Nation's Choice JKKeK
Milwaukee ul I
It pleases people. VAll
Bottled at the Brewery. UH1
Fred Miller Brewing Co. l 1
rtllwaukM, wu. MIU1I
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
King Street, near Bethel.
THE GERMAN BAKERY
IN THE FEDERAL COURT
Assets Nearly Balance Liabilities
Book Accounts Light List
of the Principal
Bankruptcy proceedings following
th Biispenslon of the German llnkcry,
which were foreshadowed In tint
Bulletin Inst Friday, were Instituted
jcnterdny afternoon, when the proprie
tor, J. T, Srhnelder, filed n voluntary
petition to that end In the Federal
court, ills total assets are given ns
$G,4S1.3Q, Including exempt property,
while the liabilities amount to $ti.099.
Among the heaviest creditors are:
T. II. Havles & Co., $I,G83.S7; J. J.
Mlelsten, $700; H. Hackfeld &. Co.,
$.'131 13; Metropolitan Meat Co., 4-13.-50;
James Notley, Jr., JI.600; W. M.
Among the, nssets listed are: Fix
tures, J1.052; 'real estate, 3,2:.0; stock,
carriages, sundries, etc., $911(1.50; hook
accounts, $509.65; and personal proper
ty claimed ns exempt, $000.-'.. The list
of book accounts Is a long one, con
taining the names of many prominent
RECEPTION TO REV. LONO.
A reception will be given by the
members nnd the Christian Endeavor
Society of the Knumnkaplll church
this (Tuesday) etenlng, In honor ot
their new pastor, Rev, W, N. Lono,
who Is one ot the best and most learn
oil Hawaiian pastors of Hie old school
who received his education nt the Ln
halnaluna Seminary. The Rev. II. II.
Parker wns one of his teachers.
After graduation, Mr. Lono chose to
become a missionary and was sent tn
the South Rea Islands, where he re
mained until III health compelled him
to reluctantly ghe up his work among
the benighted people who were com
mencing to listen to his teachings. H
returned to his native land,
Mr. Lono has been pastor of the
church at Kekahn, Konn, Hnwatl, since
his return and resigned recently to ac
cept the call of the members, of the
Kftumakaplll chnrch, wh'o considered
themselves fortunate tn securing him
asfthelr pastor. He has already won
the hearts of all the members of his
congregation, both young and old, by
his preaching, und 'his kind, genial,
pleasant und unassuming ways and
manner. Tho members of the Kauma
kaplll church extend a cordial Invita
tion to all Christian workers nnd
friends to be presont at the reception.
COULD NOT GUARD HER.
Quite a good story Is being told on
Kauai of a certain plantation man In
terested In the cargo of the niuncho &
Ella, the little- Island schooner that
was wrecked along the coast of that
Island during the stormy weather ot
a numbor of days ago. It will be re
membered that the vessel was a total
wreck and that she was so completely
Btnashod to pieces that hardly two
pieces remained together.
The plantation man spoke to the
sheriff about the wreck, nsklng bim
why he did not take charge as In the
cases of other vessels wrecked along
the const. The sheriff said nothing
but smiled at tho plantation man who,
ln turn became Insistent, stating that
the police had not done their duty.
The sheriff, when he bad seen that
the plantation man had said all he was
likely to, uuswered; "If you cun tell
ma where I can station my men to
keep guard over that vessol, I will bo
only too happy to send officers there,"
The plantation man thought awhllo
and then said: "That's so, Isn't It.
The schooner Is pretty well scattered."
"Some peoplo aro nover satisfied."
"Why our congregation prayed six
Sundays ror rain anil then growled bo
causo a shower camo up wbllo they
wero praying and had lorgotten tholr
umbrellas." Chicago News.
"Yes." said tho disappointed heiress,
"I hnd so much money thnt I thought
I needed a business manager, and so
"And then?" suggested her dearest
"Why, thpn I discovered that Instead
of getting a business manager I had
merely acquired a distributing agent."
H. P. BALDWIN President
J. 1). CASTLE 1st Vice President
W. M. ALEXANDER.... 2nd Vice Prea
J. P. COOKE Treasurer
W. O. SMITH Secretary
OEO. It. CARTER Auditor
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial A Sugar C.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pala Plantation Company,
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company,
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Tie Califonla ni Orkitil S. S. d,
W.G. Irwin &60.
Western Sugar Refinery Company of
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Phila
delphia, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cano Shredder). New York. It n.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertil
Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade Fertil
izers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Plpo Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
Parafflne P.alnt Co.'i P. & B. Paints aai
Papers; Lucol and Linseed OOa,
raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), ln white
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime an4
CASTLE & COOKE
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Wnlalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohttla. Sueur Co.
The Walamea Sugar Milt Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St Louis, If.
ino standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blako Steam Pumps.
Tho New England Life Insurance On.
The Etna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of Londom.
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LIB and FIRE1'
. AGENTS FOR
Hew England Mutual Life In- -surance
co. of boston.
tna Fire Insurance Company
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. G. Irwin. .President and Manages
Claus Spreckels Vice President
W. M. Glffard..8ecosd Vice President
H. M. Wnltney, Jr....Treas. sad Sec
Geo. J. Ross Attdltot
AGENTS OF TUB
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, OAU
C. BREWER cl CO., LTD.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., 'Ookala
Sugar Plant, Co., Onomea Sugar Co
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co.,
Makee Uigar Co., Haleakala Ranch Co.,
The Planters' Line of Ban 'Franelasn.
Packet; Chas. Berwer ft Co.'s Line ot
LIST OF OFFICERS.
O. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. .
Allen, Auditor; P. O. Jones, H. Ws
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
QUEBN ST., HONOLULU
Tho Lancashire insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domostlc Sewing Machine, Htc
Pensylvania Fire Insurance
Company, Ch08. T. Wllde
4 KAAHUMANU ST.
General M.n.rnp nf
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Ot the United States for the Ha-'l
lOfflce, t Merchant 8. : Honolula.
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