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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., TUESDAY, DEC. IT. 1901.
8ursoni Phyelelana and Dentists.
- Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
Room .eS-tw), limes. Main 3j
Bono BuiiDliO RciDEnce,
tour Suttt. White, .Ml.
HOURS-II A, H. TO I. P.M.!
(TO J P. Mi J TOt P. M.
P. O. DOXIot. SltDAYS t. P .
Dr. Albert E. Nichols
1154 Alakea Street.
Ofllce Hours 0 to 4
A. 0. WALL, D.D.S.
0. E. WALL, D.D.S.
Lore 'Building, Fort Street.
Hour?, 9 to 4. Telephone Main 320.
Dr. Wm. G. Rogers,
clionurtM AMn GDtrlAl letT-
Eye, Ear, Note and Throat Exclusively
REMOVED to new office 1146 Ala
kea ,str,et. opp. Hawaiian Hotel.
Tlrmra Q tn 19 1 in R3n 7 In Hnn. !
days, 9 to 11. I
WHYTE & MACKAY
....i-i M. i . .
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
A Smooth Scotch Whiskey
Drink No Other.
MANUFACTURED FROM PURE
DISTILLED WATER. : : : :
Delivered to any part ot
city by courteous drivers.
Oaha Ice and Electric Co
TELEPHONE BLUE 3151.
HOFFHAN & riARKHAn.
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Ice Creams and Water Ices,
Chocolate and Confections.
The Finest Resort In the City.
Try our "Elite" Oyster Cocktails.
A. Harrison Mill Co., Ltd.
Tel. White 1221.
P. O. Box 552.
Sawing, Planing, Turning and
Mill Work In all Its branches.
Lumber - Kiln - Drying
a specialty, and In large or small
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY ot every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
nd RrVETED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.
314 FORT 8T,
XX Has the Beat Assortment ot
PACIFIC ISLAND CURIOS
In the City.
FRFSH HOME-MADE POI ON TUES
DAYS AND FRIDAYS.
Ncw Map of Oahu.
Compiled from Government Surve) i and Charts,
Maos of Sugar Plantations. Railways, and Other
R.llatl. Sources. 1KB map is l8)i inches.
with artistic colorings anl neat mountings, mak
ing very useful a. well as ornamental wall map
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SAN CUANCISCO, CAU ! !
Jack Sprawl coulJ eat no fat,
His wifecould eat no lean,
But a bottle of
I Milwaukee y i wf nmimMsmM
if Beer M ffefl SBf 'mBmmWWm
I j4made everything serene. JJIl ' IhS3 ' ft-' RISHI!wAdssBi
t f5Wuottld.tthm.ry.ffT; ' yifS 1 v WwMWWPwW
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I H Oil SCH 13.66 P CO., LIU,
i King Street, near Bethel
T5 find 79 King Street
TELEPHONE NO. SI.
SOW Is the time to get leaks and
breakages seen to, and your
Roots Put In Order.
By competent workmen.
The Plumber's Strike'
I over, and I cm again prepared
to do Plumbing, 8ewerlng and
Sheet Iron Work as heretofore.
Estimatea furnished... Work
manship ana material guaran
teed. Jas. Nott, Jr..
Store, Beretanla opp. Alakea St.
lei. White 3571.
P. J. Russell E. M. Wntson
RUSSELL & WATSON,
Offices Magoon Building.
2004-lm 'Phone Main 328.
C. R. Hemenway
OFFICE 406 JUDD BUILDING.
TEL. 314 MAIN.
Albert R. Cunkia
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
808 Stangenwald Building
W. Anstii Whiting,
W. J. Robinson,
(tewed to Room 306, Judd Building
J. M. KANEAKUA,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
3fflce Bethel St, Near the Postofflee.
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
SING CHAN CO.
Hardware, Tinware, Glassware
and Carriage Goods, Etc., Etc.
and Sewer Conncc-
tlons a Specialty.
229 King St., between River St. and
Fine English and American Goods
65 Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
TFL wmitp n
King Street Near Nuuanu.
FIRST-CLASS MEALS SERVED
AT ALL HOURS.
Cheapest Good Meal In Town.
HlaT CS la a nan .lYi I anil Ana
IrmH. for Uouorrbosk,
WbitM. DDbiturtl dla.
lu fctUftw vrhargM, or muf lDdmm
luaWiiMdi l H Hon. lriitatifja or ulcer
-.- Mam ia tlon of inucoiii tntam
Ithie,... ch,- ."ErEse-
or sect Io plain wrappy.
vj caprena, prepaid, lur
tl 00. or 3 Lottlea, 11.19.
'Ircular ae&t up rtxjueel
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NBPBSCTEmIBF t 4 WS sbHIHBKsssIsssssssssHH
WWptbaMLmm V OssisvMrsHDsssssssssssssH
PADEREWSKI, WHO COMES TO AMERICA TO PRESENT HIS
Ignnce Jan ritcloronsM. lie of the" notnlilo hair, l roinlms to America to
tnkt- part In ttip iircvntiitloii of lilts own opera, ".Miiniti," vliU.h Is his Urst
work uh u couiiuir.
H NOTES OF 10
ELKS' NEW LODGE IS, .
EXPECTED FEBRUARY 1
Good Sized Town Growing Up at
Nine Miles Olaa Plans of
Hilo Baseball League-Personal
Illlo. Doe. 13. August O. Serrao, tli
well Known illlo merchant, opens his
new general merchandise- stoie at Nino
Miles, Olaa, tomorrow. It will be a
iruncli of Ills Illlo store.
.Miss Martin and Mrs. Sam Kauhane
ot Knu are spending a week with Mrs.
John Iiakcr. Mr. Ilaker returned
f,l,. .tc.l.a nn Hnm ...Ih n .1fnlAa
Howell and Dudw-ell are selling oil
stocks and report a good business.
.Mr. and .Mrs. Peter Lee with E. SI.
Ilrown and wife spent two or three
days last week hunting goats and wild
tattlc at Kllauea Stock and Dairy farm,
Dr. Kojlma has erected a very neat
tottage at Nine Miles, Olaa.
There will be quite a town at Nino
Miles, Olaa, If buildings go up a
rapidly In the future as at the present
Olaa plantation tried their new' mill
estenlay and all went well. They
grind their first cano next Thursday.
.miss Kiiiy viiia is visiting Sirs, sjstcms nro In excess of tnc sum estl
Thos. Cook In Olaa. mated as necessary for the construc-
Geo. V. Henderson will visit the tlon of the railroad In question.
Volcano next Thursday and then leavo I The rtttsslan Government has lust
on the following Klnau for Honolulu,
The illlo baseball league Is In a' though Siberia at a cost considerably
healthy condition financially, having n excess of the amount estimated as
J100.S0 In tho treasury. The public necessary for tbo completion of an Am
was well pleased with the gamo Prcnn Intercontinental railroad and in
riianksglvlng day. Next Saturday tb doing so has overcome greater natural
ivuonanas anu tne noarulng School
teams will mix up at tho Boarding
School grounds. The .Maul boys wish
to gather In the scalps or the Illlo ball
tossers. A chance will be given them
E.ri!odegTbe,f8or,e0:C,.a Th'e 2!
Illlo expects to have
Is expected In January.
Lodge will send a delegation to the
Initiation and California will also send
several Elks to assist In the work. Tim
Illlo lodge will uso tho Initiation fee
money to entertain visitors. Illlo has
but three Elks since ie sad dcmlio of
Slilpmnn's men rounded up about
tlxty head of wild cattlo In tho liack
woods at Twenty-four Miles, Olaa.
They diove them beveral miles to tho
lanch and corallcd them. Strong wire
fences surrounded the, Inclosuro but the
next morning the Whole herd had van
ished. They walked through tho fenco
as though it was not there ut all.
DON'T WANT CHING.
Yokohama, Nov. 28. According to a
Peking special to tho Asahl, underlined as far ns possible, and as far as
dato of the 27th Inst., when Prince
Chlng was about to stnrt for Kalfeng
fu tho English .Minister communicat
ed to the Chinese Plenipotentiary that
the English Government is averse to
the return of Yung Lu to Peking, and
the Central Government of China Is re
.. ... . - . ,
quested to get rid of him by appointing
him Viceroy for some outside province.
Prlnco Chlng seemed not a little em
barrassed at this demand and explain
cd tho difficulties attending his com
pliance with It, but, being of the same
opinion with tho English Minister as
an Individual, he promised that ho encouraged by means of subventions,
would memorialize tho Emperor and land grants or guarantees or minimum
the Empress Dowager to that effect (rute of Interest.
It Is presumed, therefore, that should Eighth, that the railroad be declared
the inemorlallzatlon of Prlnco Chlng forever neutral In order to assure frgo
by assented to by tho Chlneso Court, dom of traffic.
Yung Lu would bo appointed a pro- Ninth, that the delegates to tbo con
vlnclal viceroy before the departure of 'ferenco recommend with all possible
tho Chinese Court from Kalfengfu. ! earnestness to their several govern
The same special concludes that oc-lmcnts tbo granting o llbcrnl conces
cordlng to a telegram received from 8'ons to tho enterprise, In such form
the traveling court, the departure ot as may appear most suitable, to each
both tho Emperor and the Emprest, government.
Dowager from Kalfengfu has been fixed
for tho 3d proximo
Tho Bulletin, 7C centa cr rsonth.
RAIL ROUTE PLAN
TO SOUTH AMERICA
Proposition of Ex-Senator Davis Be-
foie Pan-American Railroad
Expense is not Large.
Mexico City, Nov. 21. The report ot
e Senator Henry C. Davis to tbe IMn
American rallioad commlttte of the In
tei national American in.fereaoo will
'io submitted to tin: :ost,lun of the con
tcrcnut on Winlin-wlii rtxt. Davis
st'KKCttcd that i sub-committee be np
airnnited to study bis rficrt, hut ills
.. 1 1 .... .... n ...-1..1.1 ., Iinl. -t nntlll,
cnllracucs woulii not hear of anythli.E
nf tnc.sort ami adopted bis repot l
urnnln!ously. Mr D.ivls says In Ills
H'I'OM that thorn is untlili.tr Imprac'l
culile nor visionary in the construction
of t!e road ur the rlotnt'cn of the n;-
'ccssary stock, lie remarks that each
of such systems as the Pennsylvania,
the Now York Central, the Atchison,
the Northern 1'aclflc. the Union Pacific,
the Southern Pacific, the Southern
Hallway and others have a greater
mileage than Is now necessary to as-
sure the icalizatlon of the Intercon-
tlnentnl railroad, while the bonds and
shares outstanding of each of such
'roinnleted. sais the Senator, a railroad
,nm,.iiiinu ti,n m in i. innt.-c,i tn.
In tho construction of the latter.
Davis estimates the mileage of tbo
Intercontinental railroad to be con
structed at 5000 miles, In order to link
existing systems, and calculates the
! . the rate of
140,000 per mile,
The report terminates with the fol
InwlnB recommendations: First, that
rauroati connecting an, or uie great
er part of tho nations represented in
the conference, will contribute power-
'""' ,0 tnc development of the mater
lal relations and Interests of the said
Second, that the said railroad ought,
as far us common Interests permit, to
connect the principal cities situated
along Its route.
Third, that If the direction of the
n.llroad cannot bo changed for tbo ob
ject stated in tho foregoing article
without great Inconvenience, branches
should bo built to connect the chief
cities with the main line.
Fourth, that In order to lessen tha
root ot work, existing railroads be uti
compatible with the location and pur
poses of tho Intercontinental railroad.
Fifth, that all the material necees
sary for tho construction and operation
of tho railroad bo declared free from
'import duties, whllo taking suitable
measures to prevent abuses.
Sixth, thai property, real and mov
able, of the railroad employed In con
structlnn and operation ot the road bo
exempted from all national, provincial,
state and municipal taxation.
Seventh, that the realization of a
work of such magnitude deserves to be
Tho suggestion Is also made thnt the
I United States send a competent person
to all of tpo republics of America to
study the resources of the several
PRAISES SUGAR DISTRICT
Henry Waterhouse Also Pleased With
Outlook From Financial Stand
point True Tropical
The Illlo Tribune of Dec. 13 ays
'Jnied Smith and Heniy WatorUnuse
'iiiurued last Thursday night from a
tilp to Puna plantation with tiofli'im
but the highest encomiums f tun
hospitable treatment extended to them
li .Manger Campbell. They io
more than pliused with the bro.nl ftold
of ripe and ripening cane. Sir Wute
house concentrated a world of r.m-.
lug In the one remark. "Every djlbr
that has been put Into that phi.'.t'ioa .
13 still In sight. '
The U'getatlon and the genorj' 'inl-'
scupe picture presented In Puna awoke!
In Jared Smith's practical head m'v,
and pleasant trains of thought Then
Is evidently ery little on the TjrU1ui
.slup(8 back of Honolulu to Inspire th4
I student of tropical nnturc. With Puna
fresh In his mind, CnclvSam'n rpre
IsentatUc farnur snld:
I "Puna Is the only real tropica! re
J glon I linve eten In Hawaii. Ono van
J not bac had a perfect view of a pr
firt field of cane until he has -n Pu
na. There Is the great expanse of
j blooming cane decked here and rtire,
with groups of tall cocoanut and bread
I frtllt frnea It 1c .1inrn.tnrlatl. ti-rtrilrl
egetatlon. It Is exactly what we tued
.to see In the pictures In vtue old
geogiapbles at school. It Is wu ua
now see in modern scientific j kiou
"It struck me that a benefice: p -ov-
Idencc has always had that pUi In
mind as a sugar country. Manager
Campbell told me that it neve- rain
In the daytime but that ralnf-ul rjaioj
In plenty, In quiet showers at aunt.
This is remarkable and a feature of
great value. The daytime is the wJrk
Ing period of plants as well a of men
and beasts of burden.
"Plants do their eating all 'li day
long and In the shadows ot the aUltt
time they digest their food and rest.
The plant differs from tho animal oaly
In the number of stomachs with which
It handles the food. Instead of os. or
two or three. It has a million o 10.
Each Individual cell docs Its virk of
tiansformlng the elements ot tho air
and the earth Into various Valuable
compounds. Tho process is simple and
wonderful. A green plant Ukoi car
bonic neld gas from the air and I'ir.ipi
tip hydrogen through Its roots ft jn; tin
water In the soil. These elements ar
convened first Into glucose, thoa Into
sucrose, then Into starch.
"The starch Is stored up la th
leaves of the cane stalk as locr j. the
sunshine lasts. At sundown tn P'ina,
the millions of cane leaves aro .Jotvi!
and packed full of starch. Wbea tin
sun sinks the subtle and delicate ma
chinery of the cane stalk bejln.. It
work of digestion. The starch It trans
ferred from the leaves to other portion
of the cane stalk. It is convertJ Into
sugar, some of which goes to repair
damages and much of it Is stored In tin
stalk as a reserve food supply. Some
of it goes at once Into tho formation of
new leaves to make moro star.'h to
make more sugar to make mora Uiv-
to make more starch.
"Tho agency In all these opo-afioni
la the living matter In the plant veils.
It Is the plant soul as Haeckot the
German philosopher would say I- I)
directly comparable to the llvln? mat
ter in animals and Is the vital for In
all life. The reserve supply of aiuav in
tho cane stalk, which Is tho aecrot of
nature upon which the great au?ar
Industry rests, has for Its pttrpoi tho
sustenance of the new plant. It Ii
an economy of nature, designed for the
propagation and perpetuation of spe
cies." NEW CHINESE EMPEROR
Peking. Dec. 3. Pilnce Cbln has
not seen Paul Lessar. tho Rujilan
Minister to China, since the former
returned to Peking. Conversing with
representatives of two of tho forelmi
powers. Prlnco Chlng said China wocld
oppose Russian contiol of Manchuria
if any other power would btippart her
in so uoing.
Chinese officials sav that tha au
polntment of a now heir npparetic to
Iho throno will bo delayed until' this
Emperor. Kwang Hsu. can discus tbo
question with lending men. The im
perial edict deposing tho former holr
apparent. Pu Chun, son of Prince Th
ru, tho author of tho iloxer troubles.
Is generally considered as tho stron
gest proof et given of the sincerity
of tho Empress' leaning toward re
form. Considered with previous ed
icts, this last ono appears to corrob
orate tho belief among Chinese offl
cluls that tbo Emorcss sees tho error
of her anti-foreign 'pollc? ot recent
Yttcn Shi Kal. the new Viceroy of
uni-ii. arrive uat Peking today. The
chief purpose ot his visit Is to consult
with tho Ministers of tho foreign pow
ers regnrdlng tbo present situation.
Now York. Dec. 3. A cable to tne
Bun from Shanghai says: It waB ow
ing to the advice of Prince Chlng that
tno Kmnrcss Dowager Issued the de
creo deposing tho son of Prlnco Tuan
from his position ot heir apparent to
The court has approveD Viceroy
unang umn 'lung s memorial snoc ty.
ing where Government economies are
possible to tho extent of 5,000,000
tarls annually, which sum Is to bit
ntmlled to the Indemnity fund.
countries, the location and statiu of
existing railroads, prospective traffic
for tho railroad when built and tho
concessions lach goiernmcnt would bo
disposed to grant. It Is also suggested
the committee become permanent.
Colonel Bryan may as well tako to
tho woods. The lesult of Tuesday'
olcctlon In Kentucky Is looked upon
as colonel watterson s nrst guu play,
St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
When a rooiI nhy
sicinn prescribes bcur
for a patient it is
Sciilitz beer. A phy
sician knows the val
ue of purity.
Ask him how germs
affect beer anil he
will tell you lhaffew
jtoninclH can digest
them. Ho will say
at once that impure
betr 'm uuhe.tlthful.
Von will know then
u hy we brmw
under such rigid pre
cautious why we.
even filter the air that
touches it: why we
filter the bt-er.' then
Mei Hire every bottle.
If you knew what
wv know and what
your physician knows
about beer, you, too,
would insist o 11
M u fitrlun- .1 Co . T.lil..
SI l.i.iliMimtnti M Honolulu.
(.'all fur the llrcwcrr Uottllnir.
A sjuatarliim for consumptives,
miles otltslde the city limits of Denver
for the laal six or eight months, pos
sesses three features of special Inter
est. It was established, not under tho
auspices of the State, of it medical
specialist, or of a single philanthropist,
which has been In operation about flo
but bj the business men of Denver. It
is conducted on the cooperative plan,
or wholly by their own labor, and the
treatment there losembles that at Nor
tlaclt. In the Black Foiosl of Germany.
The projector liate been animated not
merely by a benevolent spirit, but also
b a wish to Isolate the sick from the
welt In tho sticets, conveyances nnd
homes of the city, and thus to reduce
the chances of Infection. The example
Is one which cannot be closely followed
lu the East, perhaps, because no large
centers ot population here have so high
an elevation or so fine a climate in
their immediate suburbs. Hut the idea
may possibly bo carried out advan
tageously elsewhere In the Rocky
Mountains and on the Pacific Coast.
The cooperative, feature may not be al
together without parallel or precedent,
but It is highly commendable. The
great majority of those who nre com
pelled tn go to such Institutions nro
people of restilcted means. Within
the last the or six. years the "fresh
air" method of dealing with tuber
culosis has developed great popularity.
This system obliges the patient to live
In what amounts to the open air all
the time. He must sleep nnd eat In
iiimnmenis wnere tno winnows aro
raised, and spend most of his waking
hours entirely out of doors. Hearty
feeding Is also compulsory at most ol
the saimtorla conducted on tho Nor-
dach plan, the theory of which is to
bulla up the general power of resist
nnco. so that the disease will be shak
en off without the use of medicine. The
adoption of that policy In Denver last
spring was a fresh recognition of Its
merits, nnd already It Is reported that
the patients there, without exception,
are gilnltu health rapldljV-New York
DEFIED THE 8TOR.M.
VrAW YriH Vnt" ! I'lunn ii'oa
- - ai'tit -( i iiviu it ta(
Homing imt bad weather In the courso
ot the North Gel man Lloyd steamship
Krintprlnz Wllhelm, which nntved to
day, from tho time she cleared Cher-
muni; mi-mi wmvr until sne got io ner
ntur- nil nrtli fll-a, A twitl.tlnrr r.nt.
from the noithwest delayed her dock
'.ng. In dettancu of uUi'.i miles of tu
muli tne Dig uner average 21.02 knots,
covering the course In nve days, nine-
tPOtl limil-a n.1,1 alv mlmilaa Cnxn.
doom were on from stmt to finish, and
many passengers never saw tho dining-room,
On the nautical day ending
m nuuii mi .iiuiKiny, uie ixronpiinx
leeled off 3Hi) knots, although- plung
ing through lofty seas and lambasted
llV hltrrlr.llia bniintla Qhu ..aoon.l ......
terday morning, about fifteen miles
vuai ut omul) iiuaii iigiiisnip, tne lit
tie American brlgantine Atalanta. try
Intr to rfile nut n nnri..u-oat vnln nl a.
chor. The Atalant Is a long time out
iiom mem) uarrius. uuatemala, and
Is bound for this port.
PAID TO CONSCIENCE FUND.
New York, Nov. 23. What was re
ported from Washington today as n
contribution of J18.it9 to the "con
science" fund In the United States
Treasury was tho payment, of that sum
by H. C, Black of tho Fuhcr Construc
tion Company ns customs tariff on a
diamond necklace bioughl Into this
country seveial fwcuk npo without
payment of iiuty. ,.ien tno story
that the necklace escaped tho
watchful eyes of tne customs Inspect
ors was made public It was announced
that the ornament was worth $15,000
It limy now lie valued at i6,Gii9 In ad
dition to that sum. At the time tho
Importation became Known thoio went
throats of selzuie. Black then an
nounced he vvns leaily to pay tho duty
when Informed of the amount neces
sary. He was lufoimed uiu. paid tho
Agents, Brokers and Jobbsrs,
ALEXANDERS BALDWIN.lt.. 1
II. P. BALDWIN Prealdlal
J. B. CASTLE 1st Vice President
W. M. ALEXANDER.... 2nd Vice Ptm
J. P. COOKE Treasure
W. O. SMITH Secretary,
GEO. It. CARTER AudltOf
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial ft Su(r Oa.
Haiku Sugar Company,
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Klhci Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Cumpany.
Kahulul Railroad Company. '
The California and Orlcalel S. 5. Ci)
Western Sugar Hennery Company ef
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Phila
delphia, Fa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder). New York. V. B. k.
N. Ohtandt & Co.'s Chtmtcal Fertil
Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade Fertil
izers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
ParafTlne Paint Co.'s P. ft B. Paint aal
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Olla,
raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), In wait
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime aV
CASTLE & COOKE
AGENTS FOR I''!
The Ewa Plantation Co. ' ,
The Walalua Agricultural Co., LtL v.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walamea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, He.
The Standard OH Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
The New England Lite Insurance Ce,
The Etna Fire Ins. Co. ot HartfortL
The Alliance Assurane Co. ot Londoa.
LIFE3 and FIRE
Sew England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
tna Fire Insurance Compart
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. G. Irwin. .President and Manage!
Claus Spreckels Vice President
W. M. Glffard.. Second Vice President
II. M. Wnttney, Jr....Treas. and See.
Geo. J. Rosa Audltot
AGENTS OF TUB
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, OAL.
G. BREWER & GO., LTD,
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. K.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ooka'i
Sugar Plant, Co., Onomea Sugar Co., ,
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co.,
Slakee Cctgar Co., Haleakala Ranch Co.,
The Planters' Line -of San Francisco,
Packet; Chas, Berwer & Co.'s Line of
Boston Packets. ;( .
LIST OF OFFICERS. n,
C. M. Cooke, President: George
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Blsboy,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. M.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H, Wa
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Director.
TfioVon Hamm-Y0QD Co. Ltfl
QUEBN ST.. - HONOLULU
The Lancashire insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Ete. ,
Pensylvania Fire Insurance
Company, Chn8. T. WIIdert
Oeneral Manager ot'
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the Waited States for the Ha
Office, : Merchant Si. : Honoluli.
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