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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T.. THURSDAY, JAN. 9, 1902:
Surgeon., Physicians and Dentists.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
f ICES i TELEPHONES!
'oomj KS-fo9, Ofeicb, Main 38s.
Boston Ruiidino RssiDtnci,
Four Stmet. Whits, 1M1.
HOURS it A. m. to 1. r.M.i
I TO 1 P. M.i TO I P. M.
P.O. Box Sot. Sundays 11. p. m.
Dr. Albert E. Nichols
1164 Alakea Street.
Offlce Hours 1 to 4
A. 0. WALL, D.D.S.
0. B. WALL, D.D.S.
Love Building, Fort Street
Hours, 9 to 4. Telephone Main 320,
Dr. Wm. G. Rogers,
SURQhON AND SPECIALIST.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Exclusively
REMOVED to new offlce, 1146 Ala
kea Btreet, opp. Hawaiian Hotel.
Hours, 9 to 12, 3 to 6:30, 7 to 8; Bun
days, to 11.
WHYTE & MACKAY
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
A Smooth Scotch Whiskey
Drink No Other.
MANUFACTURED FROM PURE
DISTILLED WATER. : : : :
Delivered to any part of
city by courteous drivers.
Oaha Ice and Electric Co
TELEPHONE BLUE 3151.
HOFFflAN & JIARKHAn.
a New Lot of
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE.
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Ice Creams and Water Ices,
Chocolate and Confection.
. The Finest Resort In tho 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
Honolola Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and ItrVKTED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.
f V 314 POUT ST.,
JtA Has the Best Assortment of
PACIFIC ISLAND CURIOS
in the City.
FhFSH HOME-MADE POI ON TUF.S
DAYfl ANT) FRIDAYS.
New Mop Oa Oahu.
Compile! from (ovrnment Surveys ani Cha-ls,
Midi of Suetr Plant. tlons, Railways, tni Other
Sulabt. Sources, the map is 8h inches
with artistic colorings an4 neat muuntlnj-s, mak
ing a very useful as well as ornamental wall map
tub prich or Tin map Is $io oo. Copies can
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SAN riMNCISCO. CAL.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
The First National Dank of Ha
waii at Honolulu, In the Territory
of Hawaii, at the close of busi
ness, December 10th, 1901.
Loans anil Discount! $ S40.G22 13
Ovynlrafts, secured and
unsecured 10,329 08
IT. 8. Bonds to secure cir
culation G9.000 00
,U. 8. Ilonds to secure U.
8. Deposits 200,000 00
Premiums on U. S. Honda 12,911 52
Hanking house, furniture,
and fixtures 430 90
Due from State Hanks and
Hankers 10,182 41
Due from approved re
serve agents 28.507 33
Internal Itevenue Stamps 1.G10 00
Checks nml other cash
Items 12,893 53
Notes of other National
Hanks 525 00
Fractional paper currency,
nickels, and cents .... 503 15
Lawful Money Re
serve In Dank.v z:
Legal tender notes 455 82,291 00
Redemption fund with U.
8. Treasurer (5 of
circulation) 2,500 00
Total $1,233,338 35
Capital stock paid ln..,.$
Undivided profits, less
expenses and taxes paid
National Bank notes out
standing Due to State Hanks and
Individual' deposits sub
ject to check
Demand certificates of
United States deposits..
Deposits of U. S. dis
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, ISLAND
OK OAI1U. bs: r
I, W. O. Cooper. Cashier of the
above-named bank, tin solemnly swear
that the above statement a true: to
me uesi ut my iinoviet.Ke nnu ueuei.
W. O. COOPER,
1,. 1.. McCANDLESS,
O. J. WALLh.it,
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this Sth day of January, 1902.
GEO. I.. BIGEI.OW.
F.J. Russell C.M.Watson
RUSSELL & WATSON,
Offices Magoon Building.
2004-lm 'Phone Main 328.
C. R. Hemenway
OFFICE 400 JUDD BUILDINQ.
TEL. 314 MAIN.
Albert R. Cunha
ATTORNfcY AT LAW.
308 Stangenwald Building
V. Austin Whiting,
W. J. Robinson,
Remfed to Room 306, Judd Building
J. M. KANEAKUA,
COUNSELLOR A" '.AW,
Office Bethel 8t, Near the Pnstofflee
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Kahikinni Meat Market
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Beretanla Street, Corner Alakea.
'Phone Blue 2511.
ALSO AT THE .
MEAT 8TALL8 19 AND 20.
SING CHAN CO.
Hardware, Tinware, Glassware
and Carriage Goods, Etc., Etc.
nntl Sewer Connec
tions a (jpcclnlty.
229 King St., between River St. and
R. R. Depot.
Fine English qnd American Goods
6$ Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
" O BOX 061
TEL WHITS Q
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin Is the largest and best pub
lished In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
ID OF STAGE
times, tho favorite subjects being
Tho Jefferson family of actors, thoso connected wn.i tho events lm
which for nearly ono nundred nnd fit- mediately precedlnR tho establish
ty years has been known both In Eng- ment of the Shogunate, In tho early
land and tho United States, has Its part of tho twelfth century. Tho lot
counterpart In this country In tho Kl- tor treats, as a rule, of tho frequent at
kugoros and Danjuros. Onoyo Klku-l tempts made In the times of tho Toku-
goro Is the fifth of mat name, the
founder of the family having gono on
tho stago In 1735. ichlkawa Danjuro,
considered tho greatest living nctor of
Japan, can boast a line of theatrical
ancestors tbnt reaches uack two bun
dled nnd twenty years.
ilorlkoshl Eblzo, tho first of tho
Danjuros, was born In 1(1(10 of "poor
but respectablo parents." At tho age
of 14 he assumed tho stago name of
lrblkawa Danjuro, and soon after was
acknowledged thel catling actor of
Yedo, as Toklo was then called. He
was murdered on the stage In 1704 by
n fellow player, with whom ha had
remonstrated on his licentious llfo
Ills son, Kuro, who was born In 1C8S.
succeeded to tho siago name, which
ho maintained In high rcputo until his
death, In 1758, Kuzo made a Journey in
his youth to the shrines oi Nnrlta.
somo forty miles cast of Yedo, where
ho Invoked tho god to nid him In his
art; and when ho afterward Ifucnme a
famous actor, ho took in gratitude the
name of Narlta-ya as his trado name.
Kvcry nctor In Jnpnn has since then
had three separate names his prlvnto
name, which seldom becomes public;
his stage name, by wnlcli ho Is always
known, nnd his trado name, which dis
tinguishes his branch from others of
tho same professional family, .
Tho second bearer of tho Danjuro
name, being childless, ndopvl a son,
to whom he gave nls own name. Tho
young man died before him, nnd ho
thereupon ndopted another, tho fourth
Danjuro (1711-1788), who was succeed
ed by bis son, the fifth of that name
(174MS0G). The sixth (1788-1793), al
so ding before his father, whose
name had been transmitted to him In
1790, his nephew 1790-1795), Inherited
tho coveted name. He Is said to have
been the ablest of the Danjuros. His
son (1823-1854) committed suicide to
save his father from rcpronch, and tho
name remained In nbcyance for nine
teen years, until it was assumed in
1873 by his hnlf-brother, who was born
In 1838. Tho present Danjuro, tho!
niuin oi nis name, is, incrciore, ii;i
years old. and, notwithstanding his
nge, worthily upholds tho traditions of
bis family. One of his favorite parts
Is that of tho hero In "Tho Chushln-
gura," n play written In 1744 by Ta-
Koda izumo. which hns for Its subject
the revenge of tnclr chieftain's death
by forty-seven retainers, and which to
iiiis nay remains a stocK piny, sure to
drnw full bouses when nil others have
failed. Danjuro baB played tho part
no less than scvcmy-cight times, a
fact which may not Impress an Amor
lean public, accustomed to hundred
night runs, but which, hero in Japan,
where audiences still demand variety
anil would resent marhlnc-mnde per
formances. Is considered a lemaikabls
The class spirit, which Is so essen
tial a feature of Japanese civilization,
dominates even the actor's profession.
There Is n theatrical aristocracy
which no one niny enter who hns not
had tho good fortune of Inhciitlng a
hi cat name, l'ho membcis of this
aristocracy are called "nadnl." Tliey
aio entitled to nuertlbo their names
on the playhoards over the entrance
to their theater. As there are only
five actors In ToMo, Including Danjuro
nnd Kiikugorn, who enjoy this privi
lege. It will bo seen tbnt It Ih a by no
means common one. All these mat
ters aio regulated by the Actors guild
which, until a few years ago, Is said
to hae been a very cxciiislvu affair.
Among the middle class of actors
there are frequently found men of
considerable talent. In only raro In
stances, however, can tiioy bopo to bo
como "nadnl" upon their own merits.
An nctor without family antecedents
can surmount theso class barriers
only by being adopted Into some aris
tocratic family of Thespians. Tho
"supes" form tho lowest class. The
laws of their guild do not permit them
to play at two or more tncators on thn
same day. a privilego enjoyed by their
moro distinguished associates. Their
lot. Indeed, mny be said to bo a hard
Llko revolving book cases and
many other meritorious things, the
Idea of "continuous performances"
probably camo trom Japan. Former'"
a theater was open from dawn until
closo upon midnight, and even now In
Toklo a performance In Toklo never
lasts less than eight hours. In tha
country tho confirmed playgoer still
insists upon getting all his money's
worth, and grumbles If tho perform
ance takes less titan fifteen hours. To
go to tho play, therefore, is really hard
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tfJ' ilWP' AW "4f?$ hi-
however, Is rarely taken up by a bIu-
Rio play. Thoro am generally parts
1 of two nr three different nlavn run on
, ' tho stage on the snmo day. Tho usual
courso pursued is to navo first a his
torical, or o-lye, play. The former
deals with warllka and unsettled
enwa dynasty to supplant tho rightful
heirs of noble houses. Next comes a
domestic drama, which pictures the
Ufa of the common people, their quar
rels, troubles and tribulations. 1 ho
wholo concludes wltn a scene In which
dancing forms tho chief feature. In
short, the taste of every Ono poems to
bo consulted. "We Btudy to please"
might well bo the motto of tho Japan
ese theater management, as it Is thnt
of the "dry goods emporium" at
Tho conservatism or One Jnpaneso
finds an apt Illustration In tho fact
that women do not, ns a rule, perform
on tho stage with men. Tne two sexes
act tn separate theaters. Ilccent at
tempts to bring them together havo
been only partly successful. Tho pub
llo doesn't Bccm to like it. In all th'o
great theaters only men are to bo
ncen; Many of them make a specialty
of women's roles. In feudal times
such actors affected In private life tho
nttiro and manners of women. The
Restoration of 1S68 put a stop (o tho
custotU'by probVilling tho wearing of
clothes of tho opposite sex. Actors
hero are In tho habit of declaiming on
tho stage In a voice of peculiar regis
ter, which makes it easier for them
to mimic a woman's voice than if they
talked naturally, nnd for that reason
they frequently show remarkable skill
In Impersonating women. The for
eigner, ccrmlnly, has great difficulty
in such cases to determine whether it
is a man or a woman who Is perform-
i w ()10 nar(.
The social status of the actor in Ja
pan hns undergone a great Improve
ment, within tho last century, Japan
City of Mexico, Dec. 27. The Pan
American Conference, at its session
today, approved tho reports of tho
committees on resources and statistics
nnd on commerce and reciprocity. Tho
latter was altered somewhat, giving
its contents the torm or a resolution
rather than a mero recommendation.
A new clause was added, whereby tht
i various governments will In six
months niter tho adjournment of tho
conference send their ratifications of
tho commerco nnd ree nroeltv ronnln
tlcns to tho Bureau of Amerlcnn Ru
publics, If thtjy desire to adhere thcre-
President Halgosa announced tho
following appointments mado by htm
for a committee to reside at Washing'
ton and to Interest Itself In pushing
mo ran-American railway project: II
C. Davis, Manuel do Asplroz, Mexican
umuassatior; Andrew Carnegie. Man'
ucl Alvarez Caldcron, Peruvian Mini"'
tcr. and Antonio Lnzo ..rriaga, Minis
tcr of Guatemala.
Horse ThlcvcHore Hold.
Tacoma, Wash., Dec. 22. Cattle anil
horse dcalcrH of eastern Washington
are making vigorous complaints .over
the operations of horse thieves tn
southeastern Washington and eastern
Oregon, particularly In the John Day
country south of Pendelton,
No arrests have been made, but ofll
cers arc reported to be on the trail of
an organized gang which has beea
engaged In cattle stealing for several
yeais In central Oregon. During the
past few months this gang has been tie
vitlng Its energies to horse stealing be
cause of the brisk market for horses.
He Meant the Other Biped.
A man, once received as a present
from a sea captain a fine specimen of
the bird known as the "laughing Jack
ass." As he was carrying It home he
met n brawny Irish navvy, who stop
"I'hwat kind of a burrd Is that, sir?"
asked the man.
"That's a laughing Jackass," ex
plained the owner, genially,
Tho Irishman, thinking he was do
ing made fun of, was equal to the or
caslun, nnd responded, with a twinkle
of tho eye:
"It's not yerself It's the burrd I
mane, sorr!" London Spare Moments.
Subscribers to tlio BULLETIN
net receiving their papers promptly
will confer a fnvor by notifying the
n, ,:.,, rm nv.i..i n,n
Bwsinrfis Office; Telephone 250,
f&p"?- BRIGHT, BREEZY, ENTERTAINING
10c per copy.
An officer of the company which is
making submarine boats Bald, In
speaking of the Involuntnry dive to
the bottom of Peconlc Bay, taken by
the Fulton at New Suffolk, L. I., on
Monday afternoon last;
"I am not superstitious about many
things, but I am getting to be very
superstitious about tho wny lit which
each one of these boats of ours does to
the bottom at least once bcfoie It is
"Five years ago the Plunger, while
at the pier of the Columbian Iron
Works In Baltimore, sank without a
bit of warning, and we were sevcrcl
days getting her up. When we Invcctl
gntcd the matter we found that a valve
hnd been left open by a workman.
Carelessness was of course responsible
for this accident.
"Three years ago the Holland, while
at thn Nixon yard at Ellznbetbport,
sank at her dock, and again, when wo
got her up, we found that a careless
workman had left a valve open. Now
the Fulton has gone and done the same
thing, and once more It was carclcst
workmen who were responsible for It.
"When we are testing a submarine
boat and every one who sees us make a
plunge, holds bis breath for fear that
we will never como up again, wo never
havo an accident. We hare ncrsr bad
an accident yet, and I don't bcllcvo
we over will. But tho minute we leave
a boat alone, down sho goes.
"In every caso it has happened when
it wns least expected. Fortunately for
us there Is no kind of craft so easy to
get up again, once she has gone down.
AIL we have to do Is to get tho water
out of her dynamo and engine rooma
and out of her cnblns,
"To do this a diver seals her up
while she Is on the bottom and then
we pump her out. To get tho rest of
the water out of the ballast tanks all
wo have to do Is to rcleaso the com
pressed air which is always carried on
a siibmailne boat It pushes it out In
a hurry. Of course the moment tho
water Is out of the boat comes up to
tho surface again.
"I don't want to predict any further
calamities of this kind for the com
pany but I nm beginning to believe thnt
there Is a kind of fate In this thing.
I'll know better when I Bee how tho
next boat comes out. I wouldn't bet a
cent that she doesn't go to tho bottom
lnoluntnrlly, at least once, before tb
leaves our hands."
CIIAUNCUY IH A1ARIIIUD.
Nice, Dec. 27. Tho civil ceremony
of tho marriage of Senator Chauncey
M Depew and Miss Mny Palmer took
placo at 3 o'clock this afternoon In tho
United States Consulate. The bride's
witnesses were Baron von Andro nnd
Baron do Cantalauso. The bride
groom's witnesses were James Cordon
Dennett nnd Count jlo Scrs. Among
clbers present were Mrs. Palmer,
Countess tie Sers and Baroness von
Andre. The bride wns chatnlngly
dressed. The civil ceremony only oc
cupied ten minutes.
The American flags Hying from
three rarrlages drnwn up outsldo tho
American Consulate alone Indicated
that something unusual was going on
Iniltlv. Senator Depew was in high
si'lrllB. A special license for this cer
emony wns signed by President Ilonsc-
Velt. The brlihi lielnrr n r'ntlinlln
JJiero will bt two religious ceremonies!
int.- tirsi win taito place nt Notro
Dame and Die second nt tho Episcopal
Chlirrh nt 11 riV1nrL- In tlw. mn.nln
an tlat noon tomorrow respectively,
nuuii tin omcjacKcis irom mo united
States cruiser Albany will form a
guard of honor.
Countess do Sers will give a wed
ding breakfast hero tomorrow In honor
or the newly wedded pair to a largo
nnd brilliant company.
Franco finds that her splendid sys
tem of coast Illumination Is costing
her too much, and efforts ore being
mado to economize. In 1873 tho bi-Bt
French llchthnilsen worn lltiimlnntn.l
, by mineral oil, and tho most powerful
ukiii i-quuiuu oniy m.uuu candles. Ten
years later, with the electric light, the
illuminating power was Increased, as
It. tho cnBe of Calais, to 820,000 can
dles, nnd today, owing to tho contin
ued progress mado In lighthouse Illum
ination, a Hood of light which hns tha
enormous power of nearly 29,000,000
candles pierces tho thickest fog. nnd
can bo projected far beyond tho signal
Lines of Travel,
LCROSS TUB CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
mly THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York,
lillxian Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Bmok
leg and Library Cars, with Barber
ghop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
H. LOTHROP, General Agent
1S5 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
). W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St, San Francisco.
I. L. LOMAX, O. P. & T. A.,
1471 Omaha, Nebraska.
YOU CAN DO IT NOW
THE -INTER -ISLAND
1$ transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 $2.
Honolulu Office, 315 Fort St.
TBLM MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for your message
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KING STREET LINE.
Cirt Itivt Walklkl for tenm it :. 6.i. 6 it a.m.
tnl tvry is minute thr r till 10:45, tttis and
iiJiP.M from Walklkl ta to th Punahou Stablci.
Cart Icava R Rangt or Pawaa twitch for town at
S'.SJA.m. anlavery 19 mlnulettbircaftertill ti 08P.M
Cars It ava Fort ani Klnf ttrtctt corner for Pal a ma
at(:io a.m. anl tvtry if mlnutta aftir till 11:13
Cart Itavt for Patama on!v at and ia a.m.
Cart Uivt Patama for Walklkf ) 4) A m. and avery
y mlnutat till 9 4 P M , then at 10:1s n4 10 4 P.m,
Tnett:ijp from Patama for Punabou only cots
to Walkfel on Saturdays.
Can Ititt Fort ani Klne ttrttts corner foi Riflt
Ranza at 5 to ani 39 a.m.
Cart leave Fort ani King streets comer for Walklkl
at 6 of a M. ani every 15 minutes till toojp.M then at
io:u ani u:o p.m. Tha mjj P.M. tots to Walklkl
on Saturdays only.
BERETANIA STREET AND NUUANU VALLEY,
Cars leave Punahou StabVa for Town att:tani
for Town ani Valley at 5 40 $.30 6.10 .so 6 40 ani
Cars teava Oaha Colteea for town ani Vatlev at
6. jo 6.30 ani T.10 a.m ani tver 10 minutes till 10:10
r.m except me even nourinanair. nour cars wnicn
run from the Stable.
Carsteavt Nuuanu Valley at 6'to 6:jo 6:50 A, M atii
every to minutes thereafter till 10 30 p.m.
Cars Itivt Fnrt mni Onn ntrftc Inv Punahnu
Cotleee at 6 03 613 6 43 a m anl every 10 minutes
iter 1111 g 4) r.n, Aiier inai me cars run 10 me
stasia up tor rjoP.M. which is thelattcar from Town,
reaction the Stable at u:)o p.m.
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
iCEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. HENRIQUE8, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To tbe Volcano or the Mountain!.
An excellent chance la offered for
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Mauaa Loa
at Kallua and take raasengers overland
10 Hookena, where the steamer la met
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 1899,
STATIONS. .inv n.nv
(OutwarJ) t. Sun. daily tx. Sun. OAttv daily
A.m. a.m. n.m. v.n. i m.
DAILY DAILY DAILY
A.M. P.M P.M.
J! I J
F C. SMITH, Qon'l PaBS. & Ticket Agt.
i. i". ijunihun. superintendent
The Plumber's Strike
la over, and I cm again prepared
to do Plumbing, Sewering and
8heet Iron Work aa heretofore.
Estimate furnished... Work
manship ana material guaran
teed. Jas. Nott, Jr.,
Store, Oeretanla opp. Alakea St.
Tel., White 3571.
King Street Near Nuuanu.
FIRST-CLASS MEALS SERVED
AT ALL HOURS.
Cheapest. Good Meal In Town.
Postage on the Bulletin's special In
dustrial edition Is three cents to dill
parts of the States.
Agents, Broken and Jobber
H. P. BALDWIN PrtsrtdMl
J. B. CASTLB 1st VIco PrMldamt
W. M. ALEXANDER.... 2nd VIco Pr
J. P. COOKH TraurarM
W. O. SMITH Secretara
GEO. R. CARTER AndltM
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial ft Sugar Oa.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company. '
Klhel Plantation Company. '
Hawaiian Sugar Company. "
Kahulul Railroad Company. ''
The California and Orlealal S. 3. U)
W. G. Irwin & Go
Western Sugar Refinery Company tal
San Francisco. '
Baldwin Locomotive Works ot Palla-
delphla. Pa., U.S.A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (NatioaU
Cane Shredder), Now York, U. 8, it,
N. Ohlandt & Coa Chemical Fertll-
Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade Fertlt
tzers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed'a Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALS:
ParafQne Paint Co.'s P. & D. Paints aal
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oils,
raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), In vUU
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lima ail
CASTLE & COOKB
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltt
The Kobala Sugar Co.
The Walamea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St, Louis, Jala.
The Standard OH Co.
The Geo. F. Dlako Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance Css.
The Etna Fire Ins. Co. of HartforJ,
The Alliance Assurance Co. ot Londom.
LIFE and FIRE
Hkw England Mutual Life Ijc
surance co. of boston.
Etna Fire Insurance Cohpaht
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm, O. Irwin. .President and Manages
Claus Spreckels Vice President
W. M. Olffard.. Second Vice Presidenl
II. M. Woltner, Jr. . . .Treas. and Be.
Geo. J. Ross Audltoi
A02NTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship NCo.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, OAU
0. BREWER & CO., LTD.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. It
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ooksi
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co.,
Makee Cugar Co., Haleakala Ranch Co.,
The Planters' Line of San Francisco,
Packet; Cbas. Berwer & Co.'s Line ot
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. M. Cooke, President; Qeort
Robertson, Manager; E, F. Blsboo.
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. H.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Wa-
terhcuso and Geo. U. Carter, Directors.
Merchants cg ,
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULU
AQENTS FOR -
Tho Lancashire insurance Co,
The Balolsp Insurance Co.V.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sowing Machine, Et.
Pensylvania Fire Insurance
Company, Chl)8. T. wllde
General Manager ot
THE EQUITAB' LIFE
Of the United States for the Ha
Offlce, : Merchant Si. : Iionolulsi '