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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 18. 1901.
Surgons, Physicians and Dentist.,
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
Orcice, Main j8j.
HOURS II A. M. TO i. r.S.i
ito jp. m; itoip.
P O.'BOJ lot.
SUNDAYS If. P.
Dr. Albert E. Nichols
1154 Alakea Street.
Office Hours 9
A. C. WALL, D.D.S.
0. E. WALL, D.D.S.
Love Building, Fort Street.
Hours, 9 to 4. Telcphono Main 320.
Dr. Wm. G. Rogers,
SURGtON AND SPECIALIST.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Exclusively
REMOVED to new offlce, 1146 Ala
kea Street, opp. Hawaiian Hotel.
Hours, 9 to 12, 3 to 5:30, 7 to 8; Sun
days, 9 to 11.
WflYTE & MACKAY
E - '' ' ' '
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
" 6olo Amenta.
A Smooth Scotch Whiskey
Drink No Other.
MANUFACTURED FROM PURE
DISTILLED WATER. : : : :
Delivered to any part of
city by courteous drivers.
Oihn Ice and Electric Co
TELEPHONE BLUE 3151.
HOFFHAN & riARKHAH.
a New Lot of
Beaver Lunch -Rooms
H. J. NOLTB.
HART & CO.,
TIE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Ice Creams and Water Icea,
Chocolate and Confections. '
The Finest Resort irr the City,
Try our "Elite" Oyster Cocktails.
' A. Barrisoi Mill C., Ltd,
Tel. White 1221 P. O. Box 55.
Sawing, Planlnjr, Turnlne; 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 of every capacity and de
scription mado to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.
814 FORT ST.,
Has the Best Assortment ot
PACIFIC ISLAND CURIOS
In the City.
FRESH HOME-MADE POI ON rUES
DAYS AND FRIDAYS.
New Map of Oahu.
CoBpHtd froRtiWtn)mnt Surveys and Chard,
Mps of SafarPlAntitlonf, Railways, ind Other
Reliable Sourcei. THB map is iliuf inches.
wttfc art! 1 tic colorings and neat mountlngi, tnik
ng a very useful at well at ornamental wall map
THBPHICBOFTHB MAP IS JlO OO. Copies Can
ta.kuu.4frc. JAS , Tmo.
P,0 Bo rag. )o Jud J Rulldlnr, Honolulu! T. H
V All N NFWS CC
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ANYWrlERB AT ANYTIME
Call an Write
I E.C. PAKE'S ADVERTISING AGENCY J
64 dc 6s Merchants' Exchange
KAN FKANOISCO, CAL.
i .ji. ...u. .... ,l.m ...in ..m t.,u.
. cause but will radiate gentleness and
I W J
Magic Headache Waters, cure in 20 minm".
POCKET A BOX.
Contain no harmful substances cf any kind. They are positively
helpful to nerves and system. Scld by all drugclsts at ICc
and 25c a box (four times as many In the 25c box.) The
genuine arc put up In tablet form only. Avoid powders put
up In cachets (made of paste) becauoe such covers warp open,
cpolltng the powder and when damp are wormy. Gesslcr's Magic
Headache Wafers are guaranteed to cure In 20 minutes or re
turn partly used box to druggist and ha will refund full amount.
MAX QnSSLER, Ph. C, nilwaukee, Wis.
, 75 and 79 King Street
TELEPHONE NO. It.
HOW Is the time to get leaks and
breakages seen to, and your
Roofs Put In Order.
By competent workmen.
The Plumber's Strike
Is over, and I nm again prepared
to do Plumbing, 8ewerlng and
Sheet Iron Work as heretofore.
Estimates furnished... Work
manship ana material guaran
teed. . Jas. Nott, dr.,
Store, Beretsnla opp. Alakea SL
Tel, White 3571.
P. J. Russell E. M. Watson
RUSSELL & WATSON,
Offices Magoon Building.
2004-lm 'Phone Main 328.
C. R. Hemenway
OFFICE 406 JUDD BUILDINO,
TEL. 314 MAIN.
Albert B. Cunha
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
308 Stanjjcnwald Building
W. Aistii Wiitiig,
W. J. Robiisai,
fttmr-td to Room 306. 3udd Building
J. M. KANEAKUA,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
tftlce Bethel St., Near the Postofflce
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
SING CHAN CO.
Hardware, Tinware, Glassware
and Carriage Goods, Etc., Etc.
and Sewer Conncc-
tlona a Specialty.
229 King St, between River 8L and
R. R. Depot. .
Fine English and American Goods
6$ Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
. TFI WHIT r
King Street Near Nuuanu.
FIRST-CLASS MEALS 8ERVED
AT ALL HOURS.
Cheapest Qood Meal In Town.
a misery maker and all
the miserable band of com
panion headache (lends are
put to sad rout by
,A:krhe or bfi nervous from any
charm to all around them. Ge3st?r a
Washington, Dec. 2. Thc Secretary
of the Treasury today transmitted to
Congress the estimates of appropria
tions required for the Government sor
vice for the fiscal year ending June 30,
1903. as complied by the heads ot sev
eral executive departments. The total
appropriations asked for are 610,827,'
6SS. which is $16,000,000 less than the
estimates for 1902 and fl.DOO.OOO more
than the appropriations for that year.
ruiiuwiiiK is u reiaiuiuiuuuu ui ihu.
estimates bv departments:
Legislative $10,1 88,099,
State Department 2,446,328
Treasury Department .... 150,484,9251
War Department 161,1)20,101 1
Navy Department 100,701,122
Interior Department 161,710,533
I'ostofflce Department .... 4,464,966
Department of Agriculture 5.609.510
Department of Labor . .
Department of Jus. Ice
Following are the principal Items,
under tho several departments, which
show Increases or decreases at com
pared with the appropriations for tho
Congress, public printing, etc., In
crease, 1430,000; State Department,
foreign Intercourse, Increase, $233,000;
Treasury Department, mints and as
say offices, increase, $133,000; Internal
Revenue, increase $340,000; Public
Works, Increase, $4,405,000; miscel
laneous. Increase $1,000,000; District
ot Columbia, decrease $503,000; per
manent annual appropriations, de
crease, $2,500,000; War Department,
military establishment, decrcaso JIG,
400,000; public worke, Increase. $36,600,-
000; pormanent annual appropriations,
decrease, $650,000; Navy Department,
naval establishment. Increase $6,545,
000; public works. Increase $14,800,000;
Interior Department, Indian Affairs,
decreaso $325,000; pensions, decrease
$5,400,000; public workB, decrcaso $585,
000; miscellaneous, decrease, $1,375,-
000; Postofflce Department, salaries and
expenses, increase $1X5,000; Depart
raent ot Agriculture,, salarless and x
penses, Increase' $932,000; Department
ot Labor, salaries and expenses, in
crease $12,000; Department of Justice,
pumic works, increase, isz.ooo; mis
cellaneous, increase $50,400; Civil Ser
vice Commission,, salaries and ex
penses. Increase $65,000.
A recapitulation by titles, and com
parisons with the
the year 1902. Show as follows: Estl-
mates for 1903: Legislative establish-
ment, $4,809,636; executive establish -
ment, $25,457,806; Judicial, establish -
ment, $726,520; .foreign Intercourse,
$2.038.p.78; military establishment. $99,
819,t3l; naval establishment, $73,202,
729; Indian affairs, $7,121,271; pen
sions, 139,846.480; public works, $35,
604.805; postal service, $2,710,946; mis
rellancous, $16,024,143; permanent an
Grand total. $610,827,688.
Appropriations for 1902:
establishments, $5,153,904: executive
establishments. $20,361,665; Judlclnl cs. , Umlnutlon of profits is of such con
tabllshments, $828,747; foreign Inter- slant nnd steady recurrence that no
course, $2,264,701; military establish- fair or reasonable redress can bo oh
ment, $116,728,655; naval establish-1 tallied therefor In any court ot law
ment. I7t 571 ..inn- Tmiinn nffnira tin .' and that said decrease of sales and
356.264: Denslons. 1145.260.350: 'ntiblla
works, $38,978,879; miscellaneous, $68,.
077,632; permanent annual approprla
tlons, $127,231,220. Grand total, $606,'
Washington, Dec. 6. The
church, like tho Government
United States, Is fast Americanizing
the territory which formerly) belonged
to Spain, but which Is now under the
Stars and Stripes. Definite steps are
being taken to end the vexations grow
Ing out of tho relations of tho Flllplna
frlnrs with the United States. Mgr.
Sbarettl, Bishop of Havana and recent
ly auditor of the papal delegation at
Washington, Is made titular Archbish
op and goes as apostolic delegate to the
Mgr. Bornardlna Nozaleda de Villa,
Arrhblshon of Manila, has resigned his
charge into.the hands of the Pope, and
the vacancy will be filled by tho ap-
r . .
pointment or a premie irora ono or mo
Western dioceses of the United States.
MRS STANFORD GIVES
DEED TO UNIVERSITY
Largest Gift Ever Hade to Educa
tional Institution Still
Retains Millions for
San Francisco, .Dec. 9. Mrs. .lane I
Stanford today executed nnd delivered.
to the Hoard of Trustees of the Lelnnd
Stanford Jr. University two deeds ot
grant and one deed of gift. One of the
deeds nf grnnt covers nil of tho real
estnto heretofore given to the univer
sity. Including the university campus
of 9000 ncres. The other deed of grant
covers tho Stanford residence on Call-
foinla street, which Is eventually to bo
used for educational purposes. y tl)pr crU(lo mcti10js lhcy hnvoVeu
The deed of gift covers bonds nnd nblc to cx(rnct onl. nl)0Ut 40 pcr C()nt
stocks heretofore given, nnd certain se- of Ul0 acciin,,ie mntti-r, while the new
curlllcs not Included In former grants. m, wl cx,ract from 90 ,0 ,,3 cr MBt
The grants nie largely confirmatory In Thc fnrnlcr8i t10refore. will find the
character, and arc made under the pro- v,10 0, tllclr m0(Iuct u,)0ut ,,,,,,,
visions' of the Stanford In vjrslty Uy ugnR tIl0 mn Tl(, compnny ,
constitutional amendment, which lega - ,lr(;ln(? (lieml grcntly to nclcager thnlr
Izcd grantH nnd gifts made to the tint- ncrcKC next yenr
yerslty. This amendment was adopted, Tl0 ollcr companv , tho nothU
in order to set at rest any question EnBt Con6t Commersla, company,
us to tho validity of the original en- wIlk.h ,9 nl)01t , ect a rpfl at
dowment nnd to prevent legal tec lint- l0akhlll. Volusia county, near the At
rnlltles from Iriterfer ng with future lanl, R conl,dcrn)j,e ,stanco goulh ot
iioniiLiuus iu una Krviu vuut'uiiumii in
Uitutlon founded by Mr, nnd Mrs.
Stanford as a memorial to their only
The deeds delivered today practi
cally cover the grants made Iu the
original endowment, which, however,
Is more tbnn doubled in value, chiefly
owing to thc remarkablo business abili
ty displayed by Mrs. Stanford in the
management ot the vast interests left
In ber charge by the death of her hus
band, !)y these grants felie has con
veyed to thc Inland Stanford Jr. Uni
versity, for thc benefit ot the people ot
California, about $18,000,000 in stocks
and bonds, nnd ten to twelve millions
In reiil estate, including the university
buildings nnd equipment.
Al of tho bonds are first mortgages,
and the stocks, with scarcely an excep
tion, arc what are known as gilt-edge
P. Lelb of San Jose, president of thc
Doard of Trustees, received the deedi
on behalf of the board ,ond also took
formal possession of the bonds and
other personal property. Messrs
Charles O. Lathrop, Joseph D. Grant
and Timothy Hopkins, resident trus-
tecs, were also present. The legal fea.
tures of tho transfer were conducted by
MrB- Stanford's attorneys, Crothers &
Notwithstanding that she has given
tho equivalent of over $28,000,000 to
tho Leland Stanford Jr. University,
making It one of the richest Institu
tions of the kind In the world, Mrs.
Stanford has not Impoverished herself,
but Is understood to still retain severs!
millions for her personal use and to
provide for tho various members of her
It Is believed that the amount of her
endowment to the university which she
aided1 In founding exceeds In amount
any similar gift In history-
olW 1 Mid
An amended petition In the suit of
Mactarlano u Co. ct al. vs. W. H.
Wright, Treasurer of the Territory of
Hawaii, to test the constitutionality of
tho local liquor law waB flleu In the
United States District Court yesterday
Tho new petition is made necessary
b) the derision ot Judge Estee on a
demurrer holding plaintiff "had not
shown any damage from acts ot do
fendant, or that a demand had been
made upon the 'Treasurer to cease the
issuance of Ilcensos.
In the new petition the following has
necn added: "Ana your orators further
show that prior to the commencement
of this action they demanded of tho
said defendant the Issuance of licenses
to them to sell and deal in beers and
other malt Ilnuora manuiactured with'
In tho district and city ot Honolulu,
appropriations for.,,,,, ,,, .,,,.., ..n.... i,..,
island or Oalui,
aIi refused to coinnlv with nr neee,1
u snld demands, and refused to Issue
1 to your orators any such license, and
1 In this behalf your orators further
'show thnt said defendant refused said
demand upon tho authorit' of and by
virtue of said chapter 46 of the afore
said HonHon Laws ot 1888. '
Referring to the quct-tlon of damago.
tne now petition Bays "that by ruabon
of the uctB and conduct of said defend
ant, herein referred to. tho sale of beer
aml other mnlt liquors by your orators
i iiuh ci can v uecrpaHpn nnu inn nrnma
tho business of yourorators havt
i .i... .in .i.r.. '. ...," " " ...
diminution of profits exceeds, so far
a; each of your orators Is concerned
tho amount of tbo sum of $2000; that
the injury and damago done to their
Hiid4 each of their businesses by tho
refusal ot said defendant to afford to
them and each of them facilities for
the maintenance of their business and
lergoly exceeds tho sum of $2000, and
ycur orators are entitled to have said
ilhfpnilnnt rentrntned nnd imfrilnefl
from any further- action under said
ri.apier iu oi saiu session i,aws or
'1888, and aro further entitled to have
'Bald chapter 46 or 'said Session Laws
ot J888, ilc1cln''ca unconstitutional. mll
SflhiJnX.!1" J,,clpnent and decrc"
Chicago, riec. 8. Telegraphing tho
Record-Herald from Washington Wal
ler Wellmnn sayB-. Andrew Carnegie
Is to glvo $10,000,000 to tho cause, of
university extension in the United
Btates. Tno announcement or tnis
great gift to education will bo madq at
ihn Whlto llnilon rn Tiinoiliu TLf tw
ne was he e a few' "days a'go aTd
took i;lncneon Wth president Roose-
Velt, when the details of the plan wcrn
NEW MILLS BUILDING
AND REFINERY PLANNED
Sugar Cane Hitherto Grown Only Mo
lasses Product Beginnig Small
But Good Opportunities for
Two, companies are preparing to es
tablish sugar ref,nerles In Florida The
Kldrldge Sugar Mill Company will
build a mill with n dally capacity of
150 tons at Orango I'ark, n suburb of
Jacksonville. The plant ,1s to cost
about $100,000. he company owns a
large sugar glowing nren and experts
nlso to work up the sugar en no raised
by other farmers who heretofore have
converted their nrnilnr.t Into molfuntt
Jacksonville. The company Intends to
manufacture standard granulated on
gar, Its plant costing about $500,000
Tho managers of the entcrnrlsc hone iO
make sugar refining ono or the 'urgi
Industries ot Florida.
Thus Florida will be one of the f-i
States that refine sugar. The rcflcerltii
there will bear the same relation to tlui
sugar Industry of the country that
most of the cotton mills of the South
do to the cotton industry. The cotton
mills derive their Bupply ot fibre from
the. cotton fields Immediately around
them, Just as the Florida sugar refin
eries will depend for their raw mater
ial upon sugar cane grown not many
mllfs from where the mills nro nitwit
edf It Is very different wllh the great
refineries of the country which bring
raw sugar many thousands ot miles to
be prepared for market In their eUi,
llshments. As the raw material for sugar rerln
Ing in Florldn will be limited, the total
product of refined sugar will, f
lourse, rut only n small figure Iu tbe
aggregate output of the country. It hit
long been an axiom of tho sugar busi
ness that refining can be prutttiibly
only by very large plants turning out
an enormous product The reason for
this Is thnt ns trio difference lHte3ti
thc cost of raw nnd refined sugar U
only about a cent a pound the buhlnen.t
cannot bo profjtnble where raw augur
Is brought from long distances unlivx
ii n enormous quantity of hugar L
fined. So the business thus far haa
been restricted In the United HUtfM
mainly to a few mammoth reflneriiM ic
the seaports of Brooklyn, Jersey City,
Philadelphia, Boston, Baltimore, Ntw
Orleans and San Francisco, which
draw upon nil parts of the world for
raw product from the sugar eet f-irm4
i Mir ii
San I;rauolbco, Dec. 7. The com
mitteo on direct communication with
Manila of tho Chamber of Commerce
held a meeting yesterday afternoon to
consider wnys and means for encour
aging a direct American line ot steam
ers to tho Philippines. By tho recent
Philippine decision of the Supreme
Court shipments may not be roado til
the Islands In foreign bottoms, ns 1.
would be In violation or tho statute
providing that coastwise trade mum
be carried on In vessejs of UnlU!
States register under penalty of for
feiture of the shipment, 'lne Toju
Klsen Kalsha and Occidental uul
Oriental steamship lines are thus' de
barred fioni handling Philippine ship
ments, even though transferred to
them from AmuiU&u ships at AsUtl-.-ports.
A shipment of twenty cases of hats
reached heio from Manila on tho
steamship Nippon Muru a few days
ago that hud been tuKeu from Manila
to Hongkong In a British vessel and
transferred to the Japanese lino there.
It was seized by Collector Stratum un
der tho coastwise regulation nud bi.t
action coimuunlcnteil to tbif Tieasury
Department. Yesterday ho recolvml
tho .follow lug telegram from Acting
"Forfeiture or penalty If Ifirurred by
reason of tho shipment mentioned In
your telegiam ot tho 4th inst on for-
Ltign vessels to Hongkong nnd then en,
the Japan steamer Nlunon Maru to von
paid, hereby remitted. Snlpmcnt was
made before recent decision of the Su
premo Court in so-called Philippine
Thc committee of the Chamber of
Commerce arrived at no dchnltu plana
yesterday, but several Ideas were ad
vanced which will be reported upon
Washington, Dec., 6. Reprcsentatlva
Hepburn ot Iowa today introduced bis
isthmian canal bill, which, by reason
of his being tho author of the bill
passed last year, and his probable con
tinuance at the head of tho House
Commerce Committee, Is considered as
the measure which will serve as a basU
Tor action by the House, it differs
from the Hepburn bill passed last year,
In making the total appropriation
$180,000,000 instead ot $140,000,000. Of
tho total amount $10,000,000 Is mada
immediately available to begin work.
In other respects tho bill follows that
of last year, authorizing the President
to acquire a right of way from Costa
Rica and Nicaragua, nnd .then to direct
!tru't'on' frora 0'"". "
mrmuean sea, io iiruo, on me racinc
ocean, with suitable defenses, etc.
K3 A OFFICE OF H
r''A 9 4V ,HEA0M,ML I
SUl- "V i tT47 Rhod I
PlPvSaBW WA,H",CT0N I
Feb. 18, 1901
A. R. Bremer Co.,
Gentlemen: I have
used Coke Dandruff
Cure for the past
year and found it an
HOBRON DRUG CO.,
Fort and King Sis.
Bid COM (JiE
New Yolk, Dee. 7. Although Thorn
m W. Lnvvson has lost not less than
$11,000,000 by tho slump In copper ho
Is still game, and declares that he will
win iu the end. Th Bostcm copper
magnate today admitted that tits losses
had leen something enormous. Then
!'.' rldleuleil :i statement made by an
evening paper that Kc was on tho vergfl
of bankruptcy and had suddenly died.
"1 don't look like a dead man, do I?"
ajiked I .aw son. "It may come to thnt
some duy, hut that day Is n long way
olt. I have Ion millions by the decline
In copper from 13'), a few weeks ago, to
rit today, but I've got enbugh money
stored nwny to carry my stocks for
weeks abend. This U the fight of my
llf nnd I'm going to uln It. I'm in It
to fight to the bitter end and still have
unbounded faith In copper. I havo
not failed nor aligned, nor do I intend
to. I still bold 112.000 shares of stock
and am advising my friends to buy."
It Is generally und-rstood In Wall
street that the ltnthxhllds, who con
trol the ltlo Tlnto mines, nnd the
Standard Oil men, who control Amnl-
gam.itst Copper, have united to de
pre prices and force the great Cnlil
rant nnd llecln mines Into the efiniolne.
Lawou holds 112,0ni shares of Amal
gamated Copper, much of which he
bought above par. He admitted three
weks ago that his loiscs'were then
$3,000.0"00, when copper was around
SJ. His losses now aggregate $11,000,-
"I don't deny that I am losing money
and losing It In chunks," said I-awson
tonight, "but I liavn It to lose, nnd
when I get through will hnve enough
left to buy at their (his opponents')
Pi Ice nnd rem-ll at mini' nnd mln have
Wild scene ere enacted In the lo
cal market today. Brokers were
frenzied in their eagerness to unload
copper. Over 113,000 shares were sold
ami the price touched 61s,. the lowest
METCALF IS HONORED
Washington', Dee. 6. The unexpect
ed nppolutme-nt of Representative Vic
tor II. Metcalf of California to tho
Way nnd Means Committee today was
a matter of congratulations among thc
Pavltle Coast representatives. U wus
KUieralh thought that Speaker Hen
derson would appoint Wllltnm Aldcn
Smith of MlihUan. Tremendous pres
sure was brought to bear on thc
Sie.iker In hi half cf Kastcrn men,
while the Pudfle Coast exerted no In
fluence at all. for the reason that It
v..i thought Ufcel.s. But the Speaker
ileiliKi that the Pacific Coast was en
titled to repicnentdtlou, nnd. after con
aldeilng the qualification of the vari
ous representative, chose Metcalf. It
is understood that one reason for Met-'
enlfs appointment was the practical
certainty that he will stn iu Congief.
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coallnga Oil
Fields of California.
Proven toll lands, completely stir
rouudod by as rich oil-producing wells
as there arc In tho State, yielding from
50 to 250 barrels per dny.
Contract prices for oil at tho Coal
tnga wells. 70 cents per barrel.
With twenty-flvo producing wells of
100 barrels each pcr day, you can
make your own calculation as to
The oil Industry of California Is In
Its Infancy, yet many fortunes have
been made by Judicious and lucky In
vestments in oil stock. Many more
will be made in the near future.
.The average advance on original
ssles or oil stock In twenty leading
companies in California has been
rrom $1 to $108 per share.
Oil lands have advanced from $1.25
to $1,000 and $2 000 per acre,
When the Pacific Unlou Oil Com
pany has a number of producing wells
on Its p'roperty, l(s" stock will have
he same show for even n greater ad
vance, as some oil stock has advanced
from $1 to $1,500 per share.
Tho Pacific Union Oil Company nt
no salaried officer)', and Is controlled
ty woll-Unown gentlemen of Integrity,
who will Bee tnat the' money derived
from tho ealo of stock will be legiti
mately applied to the development ol
For further information, apply to J,
H. FISHER & CO., Stock and Bond
Brokers, and Hawaiian agents for the
alo of a limited amount of Pacific
Union Oil Company stock. Staugeu
alil building, Merchant street,
Agents, Brokers and Jobber.
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN
H. P. BALDWIN Preeideat,
J. B. CASTLE 1st Vice Preside!
W. M. ALEXANDER.... 2nd Vice Prta
J. P. COOKE Treaaoraa
W. O. SMITH Becretarj
OEO. R. CARVER Aodltol
Si far Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial A Sufar Oc
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company. V
Klhel Plantation Company. '
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
The Cfliiforsia ,aud Oriental S. 5. Ci,
W. G. Irwin & Go
LI ml tod
Western Snerar Refinery Company H
Baldwin Locomotive Works ot Phila
delphia, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal 'Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), New York, U.li
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertil
izers. Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade Fertil
izers for Cane and Coffee..
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR 8ALH:
ParalTino Faint Co.'s P. ft B. Palntaaai
Papers; Lucol and 'Linseed OUa,
raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), In wrJU
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lima aa4
CASTLE & COOKE
HON O JL.TJT.stJ.
The Hwa Plantation Co.
The Walnlua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walamea Sugar Mill Co. '
Tho Fulton Iroa Works, St Louis, Ma,
Tho Standard OH Co. '
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumpa,
Thc New England Lite Insurance C.
The Etna Fire Ins. Co. ot Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. ot Losdom.
LIFE and FIRE
Sbw Engcand Mutual Lifb In
surance CO. GF BObTON.
tna Fire Insurance Compart
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. O. Irwin. .President and Managai
Claus Spreckel Vice President
W. M. Glffard.. Second Vice Prealdenl
H. M. Wnltney, Jr....Treaa. and See.
Geo. J. Ross Audltoi
AOENTS OF THE2
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
C. BREWER & CO., LTD.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
I Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ooks'i
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomca Sugar Co.,
Honorau Sugar Co., Wailuku Sugar Co..
Makee Cogar Cq Haleakala Ranch Co.,
The Planters' Lino of San Francisco,
Packet; Chas. Bcrwer & Co.'s Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. I.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Wa
terhcuse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
QUEEN ST., HONOLULU
The Lancashire insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
UnIon"Gas Engine Co.
, Domestic Sewing Machine, Bt.
Perisylvania Fire Insurance
Chue. T. Wilder,
General Manager ot
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United States for the Ha
Office, : Merchant St : Honolula.
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