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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., TUESDAY, JAN. 14, 1902.
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a specialty, and in large or small
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purposes a specialty. Particular attec-
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executed at shortest notice.
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Chicago, Dec 3d Another startling
eflntitlflr. ill.oni'Arv In tidvolir.lf.v
"-- o.w... ... iroj,i.u,Un;,
which bomn Investigators sny In n Ions
stcu townrd revealing the societ of Itn-
iiionni we una uy wiueii science nni
succeeded In chei Mug the death proc
ess In the living cell, wns nnnounceil
by Professor Jnt'trucs Loch of the Uni
versity of Chicago today. The an
noiiticunietit vvus made at the first ses
sion of the ntinual conleronuo of
American l'svrhologlsta. which M
meeting at the university, nml ai the
came of considerable stir iitiioni; the
innny scientists present.
Professor I. orb's paper, the milijcit
of which vvns "Prolongation of life In
unfertilized eggs of the Ren urchin li
otnx.lnin rynnlde, gave Hit1 result of
experiments contlucti'U liy himself ami
his assistants at Woods Hull. Mass.
hut ttuintner. He raid'
"Ab the icsult of in) experliuentH on
the esK of the Ken urchin nud star
i llsh I am of the opinion that death Is
not due to disintegration In the life
cell I tenth l nil active pioiesx,
whli h surtx with the first nppcaraiicu
of life In the cell and which. If not
hc keel. lcudH to aniilhllatlon. MS'
CXpellmeUtH show that 111 nil lltlfeitlllj
" -'KB ' 1'1-oieHsen start at once
em- town id life and the other town id
death. My object wan to And " noma
substance that would check the death
piocesH and ho n preservative of life
in the celt.
' The egg nnlurally dies at once un
lets It becomes reitlll.ed. Enzyinle
nctlon. or n snt of lermentntlon, soomt.
to bo responsible for this mortlforous
ptocess. Hoping to counteract this
cnzynilr action I put some eggs Into
a solution of potassium cvnnlclo and
the tesiilt was Impiesshe beyond our
"Not only was the denlh ptocess In
the eggs checked, but the solution act
ed us a preseratlo of the life cell.
Hint life was thus sustained was mov
ed when theVggn wete removed from
I the solution nnd hatched. I succeed
led In pieservliiK life III this way as
lull, tin rti't.-ii iiuj.
What the ultimate lesults of expert
mentH upon the liuildlng cell life of
, higher animals will be scientists
would not venture to predict.
Professor Mnttln I'lscher, one of
Professor l.oeb's nsslsliuits declared
that ability i check the death process
in cells from which the mature animal
springs means the solution of tlio
problem of endless life, scientists tun
eaget to see how far up In the animal
fcenlo I'lolessnr Loeb inn control con
ditions of life and death.
Social other papers ol importance
wi-ie rend dining the meeting. Pro-
fossor I). J. I.lngle of the 1'nlMislty
i ('lib ago guo the results of his ie-
seareb Into the effect of common suit
upon the heart bent, lie nlllrmod with
I great emphasis that, contrnty to the
I statement of Ptolessoi' Howells of
I Harviud. salt Is the sole agent to-
sponsible for the I li tliinlc nctlon ol
the heal t
' Professor I'. S. I.ee of Columbia
University made some Intetestlng ic
'ports upon the action of nliohol upon
,tnusiles. Ily experiments upon the
frog he demonstrated that n small
nnioinit ofahohol Increased the work
i Ing power ol muscle, enabled it to
malic more lapld coiittai tlons In a
i given space of time mid delayed In-
tlgite: that. In short. It made the mus
cle u much better machine. In larger
quantities, however, alcohol was detri
mental In all it-spec tf.
HUM .MOIIU PUPULAK.
Countries which piodui-c sugar iniie
produce molasses, and inuiitiles will, h
produce molasses produce rum, at oi.n
time a popular drink In New Voik, wit
so no longer.
Mote than l.r,(iu.uou gallons of rum
are manufactured in this nmnrry i-eiy
year unci ooo.uuo gallons aie epo'ti'l
I inch year, more than onn-lcilf of the
nniount being shipped to Aft lea. Kour
fifths of the rum iiiunufactuiei hi ilw
United States is made In Massachusetts
land Is (loin the neighborhood or Med-
I Prices of New Kngl.iud mm nili
I Bteady, nnd the demand In ho South
I and West Is Incrpaslng. The prospect
01 increased sates in domestic tnins
during the winter Is leportel good, the
quality brine maintained at u Ruod
The chief meilt nsscitcd foi nun Is
that the Ingredients which t titer luto
,11s liiaiiufaailie being cheap, ami the
, cost of nianufacture small there Is no
serious occasion for the use or adul-
lei.ciuB scicii as lenuer uuwiioicsonin
other spliltuous Illinois. Moieoicr.
rum Is fattening, nud mint pnpuhr as
.1 drink In winter time i hen taken
spiced; hot splitd ruin being aB ni)U
lar In its ,i nn any faint dilnk ill
thfi H.'llli k.Mm in 11 ml 111111 )
tlnl atili ...I .,,.,. III.,. 1.1 ,'.!.. t
be tnkm In mo le-atlon foe sain
LOiNG YHAHS OP tSILLcll.
Pntorson, N'. .1 . Dec uu. Hi other
Past bill, the oldest Iniuale 01 the.
riant iatau inouastery of St. noinien
tine In Paterson, died on Siindj). He
wns SI ears of age. and his worldly
aame had becti John Mueller, lie was
born In ilie little (ieriiuiu town ol
The clnonleles of the onler show
thnt 011 Jin) 17. ISti, he entered the
unit- mi .ii,r sit igia, nr 1 unit 11, tilt
riancls.an oidei tin ru ns n postulant
Thirl enis ago lllsmiirtk ciusliecl
the lnlllletui. nt tlir mnnnutln unW.
," S""HI'm Get many. Tim iiiuiMstnry
of I'uiiin was suppressed, mid 1th
biothieii weio scatteiiMl. Iliolher I'as-
hal c nine 10 this country and lot aied
at ti10 lonasiery in Pnteisou. Ills
lather supeilor siih that III the (wen-
ty seven years he had spent In the
mnnnsteiy he had spnKen but Unco
I lines. He died In the coarse brown
lohe ot n lay brother, bound at the
waist with a tilplo (mil. slgnll.iliig
icdlbncy. obeiilenie nnd noveitv nnd
loiminow his body will be hurled lnneer did betomo so. or nut till thej
'lie Kainc lobe, Incased in n plain wood
en litix lined Willi straw.
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mutism or swollen muscles? If so
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when n remedy such us Paln-Klller l
to bo had. Sixty jears of sueess speak,
for Itself. Avoid substitutes, there I-,
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MRS. TIMOTHY D. WOODRUFF.
Auioiie t'l" women who will be prominent lit receplloni and functions !n
the While Hoiie iliiilim llie ItiHisevelt iiilinlnlstiiillun N Mrs. Timothy 1).
Woodruff, ll'e lie.-imllul wire of New Yolk stale's llciilcuiiiit governor. Mr.
Wiioili-iifl . i lieutenant governor under Mr. Itoosewll. nud dtuliig their
residence In Xllmiiy Mi's. Hooeelt and Mrs. WnodrutT lut-iuue fust f I lends.
NATURE STUDY TALK
Nature study was tho toph of dls-two years. Hut even nt 12 years of
cusslun ut the meeting of th" Honolulu ; nge, reasoning on the problems, only,
branch of the Tenltorlal Tom ueis' As-1 should be allowed. Reasoning on prln
snelntlon In the High School bulldlns clples should be left for maturer
last evening, llesides the llter.uy part jcars. Ily this method, several years
cf the program, there were sevctal ran be saved; and the pupils' Interest
musical selections. Miss ll'i-.i.nd of i may survive.
Kiimehainelui gave a review of .lsn- What Nature Study Is.
kins' and KellogVs Ni-mre .uly rnlj ..InvlllK xm,, thct,c several ycais,
then came a song by the pupils of the wliat , , ,)C (l0Ilc wUIl tnc tme.
High School. Prof. I'. ThouiHOH , ..Well Nnlllrp stmiy whether Na
spoke In prt as rdlows. 01 methods tlrp stU(ly )(.,.omos n ;, or nol ,ic.
employed In InslMlIng Into the mlnJi 1)Pnils 1pon tllfl tl,a(,r. To ,nnl(C It
of the youth, the principled or mir a .fa,,. wn ,,p the rag(,t thDK. To
chnnlcs and nseriil ails: makc u wn!ll lt p)10i,i )e, and tuny he.
"Defore otTerlng suggest!. ns on N.i- w,u b(1 xpry jraclIt. t lr,ls lot
turo Study, I wish to offer several sus-' f )mr,i work, f()r m0st of It must bo
fiestlons on teaching nrilhmetlc. original work. And nioit of lis havo
Methods of Teaehlnn. been trained In get materials from
"Or th eiuany methoU fo iteiuhlni; books. Wo can help each other, nnd
arithmetic I will nane only two. Tho this Is about nil the assistance we will
first my attention wis called to was
the Reason Method, ily this method
tho teachers were supposed to dexe'op
the reasoning powers of the child. Thx
process begun 111 the klndergaiteu and
was continued through tli primary.
the Intermediate and the grammar
grades. If llm pupil did not gl dc- during the Tall term. '1 he reports were
pcrate and leave before. made us follows: Mr. Van Dine lor
the Normal school; Mrs. l-'iasher for
Pupil Must Reason. Kalulanl school; Miss King for Kaahn-
"Hy this method from one to two ,Ilami ,,,,) ,, M8S .lohpson for
or three examples could i.e worliel Knllhl-waena sdiool.
thtough In a iccltntlon. Hut the wuric ,.,,, ,,)Krnm was concluded with n
was thorough (?). When tho pupil ,, !,y Miim Lnmb.
could go through the formula begin-1
nlng with "since" and ending with
"theicroie" the teacher consldeicd llicjl Dentil of .Mrs. .Marliliiini.
reasoning powers developed for thnt j Mis Konnle Knlaliiia Hiil.ihcl Ka
gtade. I iiuie helleved In this method latilounll Markham, widow or the lain
and practiced It. 1 am now convinced William A. .Markham, died last night
that lt was the most unicasonlns at 11:110 p. in., at her residence al
method ever developed. Thn pupil P.iluina, opposlto the Kalulanl school,
learned to iepe.it the formula; but ho Funeral services will take place at tho
did not reason. He simply committed
the wortls to memory and repeated
them. This was clearly shown In hU
applications or the various forinulan
to dirfeient problems, lie could icpeat
the formulae but he could not tell
wheu they fitted. Ily tho time he had
readied the High School, he was so
Sick of the whole subject that he hated
to i casern and leally never learned.
And he had had so little practice la
numeral combinations that he was In
accurate In his work and remained so.
"The second method wns known in
the Stoiy method,
It went rinmethin;!
tike tills Now chllclien, etc., a ship
was sailing along a foreign shorn
Cruielgn' means Mi uwayi they had
nail a storm) passage, (p'nssage
tneaiis going somewheie on a ship).,
The air became balmy (balm, ,,,, '
very pleiihant). The, silrd a beautiriil
Island. (Who can ttdl me what an
Island IS). They till tied the ship and
sailed touaids the island. As they
fnnio near, they saw the naked natives
coming down to meet them. (Since
the peoplo woie no cluthlng, what may ,,,ll'11 ' cinders, so there wns no rat
we call them.) etc. At last they niacin " tw.lilry or the catustrophe. As tha
the people undei stand they needed food i '''"uinim bald long ago. when the cat
and water. So the chler sent some of hit him shurtly nUcr Ills gouging Its
Ills seivants lo hilng water and othcis p" ollt ""'l ictnovlng Its tall. "Them
to bring bananas. Now theie were 's nmlilng eipial to the trickery or a
eight men In the boat and each man in'-"
could drink a mini t or water. How !
many gillons or water must the na-! Young Winston Churchill would
lives bring. Cadi mail could cat six doubtless have chili lied Jeff Davis,
large bananas or eight sniall ones. How Hubert K. Leo and Stonewall Jaclc
inaii large linniinaa must the native son Into his new novid "The Crisis." IT
hi Ing. How many small ones.
Combinations Without Thinking.
"Ily this time the period closed, audi pulled, however, that he reeidved thn
the chlldien had divided S by I and foHuwIiiK telegram from his publish
multiplied t! by S am! a by S. At this ci"i "t'hop It whero you aie. Mob out
uite, huw long will it take the chl dieu ' a'1' bow ling for the new book. We
to learn to be iiulc-k mid nccuia e In'
their combinations. The fact Is they
had got luto business nnd had lost sev
einl good positions because of their In
"I do not know what methods vou
aie using: but here Is u iiiggestlon.
Kither leave ailthiuetlc out of the
riiiilciilum enthely till the pupils are
nt least 12 yea is old nnd want to leain
It: or begin as late us the 9th or 10th
year and teach only numerical combi
nations till the pupils ato 12 yiau old.
Whatever or whenever the work In
arithmetic begins It should bo purely
mechanical till the pupils mak the
combinations as they breathe with
out thinking about It. When they can
do this, problems may be taught In
R1'' a' Present. '
, number of young ladles from th
Kuahiiniaini school sang the "Carpen
ter I lee" very acceptably. Next came
five minute reports fiom the teachers
In tho vnrimiH nehnols of tlio city con-
cernlng tho work done In nature study
lesltleiiee at 3:30 o'clock
MRS. KONAI.E KAIAIUJA Hl'KIHEl
KAI.ANIOPMI MARKHAM, widow
or the late William A. Markham, al
her lesldence at Pnlamn, opposite
the Kalulanl school, In this city, Jan.
13, 1902. Thcro are (lv children
surviving her, tz,: fico. Murkhmn,
Joint Markham, Fanny Straueh, Em
ma nertcltnnnii and William A. Kc
rtineiul services will take placo nt
her residence at 3.3(1 this ( Tuesday)
ini)n v i.. ti.ir. niitr i .. h i . n . n
.,.,, ,, , ,, , ,, , , "'
mt """ ttlfc of ' rank "' Jor,lan'
A cat has played I latins with elec
trlcltj in New York. Hi- walked on
the w-lies and there wns nn end to
elettilelty and the cat. Puss was te-
ho could have had n little moie time
isas the Chicago Record ). It Is ie-
""' '"old nut much longer, first edl
""" '"" copies,
I h e Dr.
t AlJen Blearlc "Belt"
pensory Is guaranteed
all the curative rroner-
tles of the espanslve belts now sold by
doctors and druggists. It gives a very
strong current of electricity and Is easily
regulated. Hound to supersede others. Can
be li j J from the undersigned only; no
agents; no discount. Circular free. Address
Pierce lilectclc Co , zod Post St.. San
Francisco. Sent free to Hawaii fpr $B,00
London, Dec 30.- During the closing
hours of the old year the tempcrancu
rruaders or Great Ilritnln are holding
meetings tlnoughout the kingdom to
piovldo a glorious finish for tho
strcnuouB work of the past twclvo
months. These mectfngs nro set for
this afternoon nnd tomorrow night,
and nro under the nusplrcs of tin
Twentieth Century Million Temperanca
This well known Christian temper
once movement possesses permanent
organization, nnd has the netlvo leader
ship of Itev. Frederick H. Meyer of
Christ church, Westminster, nnd nev,
J. Q. A. Henry, formerly of Snn Fran
clsro. The services of the Inttcr hav
been seiured for nn Indefinite perlol,
llrltons declaring that American ro
Fourccfiilness tells no less powerfully
In tempetnnre work thntt In commerce.
The results of the year's nttempt by
the free churches to get a million tem
perance pledges nrc rapidly coming tu
London hendquarters. Tho work of
counting these returns keeps busy a
room full of clerks, nnd promises trt
continue for three weeks. It Is already
dear that the pledges received will
leach high into the thousnnd,
CHAPPllli DUN I US FRICTION.
Manila, Dec. 29. General Chaffee,
when questioned today concerning tlio
alleged friction between tho civil and
military authorities in the Philippine,
said thnt absolutely no such friction
existed, and that perfect harmony pre
vailed between the two authorities.
General Chaffee said that tho only oc
casion when there had been anything
approaching friction wns In the nutter
of habeas corpus proceedings. In the
case of Oakley llrooks, nnd that on th'1
occasion a solution of the difficulty
entlsfactoiy to both authorities had
General Chaffee said that he and the
mcinbcis of the Commission had at
times differed In their views, hut tint
these dirfeiences were of purely per
sonnl opinion. He said that hl3 tell
tlons with Governor Taft and Acting
Governor Wright nnd the other Com
missioners were both officially acd so
dally extiemely pleasant, nnd that ho
thought tho published statement of
friction between the civil nnd mlltta'y
nuthotltles here must have r.vilted
fiom a misunderstanding of the f.e d
of the case.
HUKS1A AND THE UOXCIiS.
London. Jun. 3. The Times this
morning publishes three alleged secret
documents communicated by Dr I'ler.
a prominent student of Chinese afltilrs,
who recently teturned to Europe ftom
Manchuria and Mongolia, which go to
proe the existence of a bargain nego
tiated between the late Ll-llung Chans
and Russia, through the medium of ths
Russian Prince, I'klitomsky. Under
the terms of the bargain, the Boxer
movement, which. It Is hinted, wns
fomented by Russia, wns to be turnol
against the foreigners, Russia engag
ing to protect the Dowager Empress
against the Western powers In return
for permission to occupy Manchuria
and a free hand In Mongolia.
Cuinineutlug editorially on this mat
ter, the Times sajs It sees nothing In
the lecent history of Russian action in
thetFnr East Inconsistent with tho
stor) contained in the documents up
piled by Dr. L'ler,
lie was a lad In klutkl. Just retim
ed feom the war, and was traveling by
train after having done himself nooly
Suddenly ho woke up to find that his
companion was a bishop. Tho soldier
looked at the holy man.
"Protestant or Catholic?" ho asked.
"Catholic," was the reply.
"Parish priest, I suppose?"
"I was a parish priest once "
"All. I fcce. The old story drink. I
was sergeant once, now I'm or.ly a
And tho bishop felt that fuither ex
planation wns useless.
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FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
inly THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York,
'unman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
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Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carto).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
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Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KINO STREET LINE.
Cm tcivi Wilklkl for town it j 1. 6,ij, 6 .) a.m.
tnJ vtry is minute lhcrc(tr till 10:41. ft:ts and
ti-jIPM from Waiklkl go to tht Punihou Sublet.
Cars leavt R Kanet or Pawaa twitch for town at
S llA.M and every 11 nilnutel thereafter till 11 ofp.M
Cart leavt Fort anl King ttreett corner for Patama
at 6 10 A.M. anl tvery is mtnutet after till 11 ts
Cert leave for Palamt orly at s ani s:i A.M.
Can leave Palamt for Waiklkl j-t) A M.and every
i.mlnutet till o.P M, then at 10:1s and 104SP.M
The 1t-.11 P M from Patama for Punahou only eoet
y Waiklkl on SiturJayl
Cart leave Fort and Klne ttreett corner foi Rifle
Banff at .'an and a la A M
Cart leavt Fort anl King ttreett corner for Waiklkl
at 6 os A M. and every 11 mtnuet till ioojp.m then al
10 11 and 11 'J P.M. The 11 1) P.M. goet to waiklkl
on Saturdaya only.
DERETANIA STREET AND t"JUANU VAUEY
Cart leavt Punahou Stabs; for Town at s'jo and
for Town and Valley at 340 s 30 6:10 Vto 6 40 7 and
. n A.M.
Cart leavt Oahu College for town and Valley at
6-)o 0-50 and 7. to A.M and evcr to mlnutee till to'io
p.M except tnt even nourananau, nour cart wnicn
run from tht Stablt
Cattleavt Nuuanu Valley at 6'to 6 jo 6 soA.M and
every to tnlnutet thereafter till 10 so P.M
Care leava Fort and Oueen ttreett for Punahou
College at 6 os 6 ts 6 43 A M and every 10 tnlnutet
after till 0 41 P.M. Alter that tht cart run to tht
Stablt up to 1 1 10P.M. which It the latt car from Town,
reaching theSlab!eatit joP.M
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. IIEXRIQTJES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance is offered for
SEB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Mauna uw
tt ICallua and take passengers overland I
'.o Hookena, where the steamer is mot
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 1899.
STATIONS OA11Y DAILY
(OutwarJ) ex. Sun DAILY ex. Sun DAILY DAILY
A.M A.M, A.M. KM. I M.
Honolulu .... t 10 t ij i i.o j 3.t 5 10
Pe.tr t City. ... 8 oj nt 11.40 j 47 s'jo
Ewa Mill . . . 8 j) looS it 00 40s 6.10
Wilanit 10 jo 4 4 .. .
Wafilua it) 40
Kahuku .... is jt 6:13 ....
(Inwarl) ei Sun. daily daily daily
AM A.M. P.M P.M.
Kahutrj . .... t.'4
Walalua J 10 .... t.fo
Walanat 1 10 ... j JS
twa Mill 4'jd 7 4 1 of 4:1
Pearl City . . ..... 6 n Sot 1:30 r.
Honolulu b 30 8j o) 5:16
F C. SMITH. Genl Pass. & Ticket Agt.
Q. P. DEN 1 SON. Superintendent
- ' - 1
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Kahikinui Meat Market
PRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Beretanla Street, Corner Alakea.
'Phone Blue 2511.
ALSO AT THE
MEAT STALLS 19 AND 20.
SING CHAN CO.
Hardware, Tinware, Glassware
and Carriage Goods, Etc., Etc.
n ml Hcwcr Connec
tions u Spcclnlty.
220 King St., between River St. and
' SANG CHAN
Fine English and American Goods
Oj Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
f O ROSotl.
TEL whiti a
King Street Near Nuuanu.
FIRST-CLASS MEALS SERVED
AT ALL HOURS.
Cheapest Good Meal In Town.
H. P. BALDWIN PresldMl
J. n. CASTLE) 1st Vice PrMldul
W. M. ALEXANDER.... 2nd Vic Prs
J. P. COOKE Tre&snm
W. O. SMITH SecreUrji
GEO. R. CARTER Audit
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial ft Sugar C.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company. I
Klhel Plantation Company. '
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company. '
The California and Oriental S. S. di
W. G. Irwin & 60
Western Sugar Refinery Company tl
Baldwin Locomotive Works ot PkiU
delphta, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (Nations!
Cane Shredder), New York, U. R. M.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'a Chemical Fertil
izers. Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade Fertll
Izers for Cano and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
Parafllne Paint Co.'a P. & B. Paint ail
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), In wUU
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Llm ail
CASTLE & COOK
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co., Lt.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
Tho Walamea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St, Louis, U.
The Standard Oil Co.
Tho Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance Co.
Tho Etna Fire Ins. Co. of Hsrtfor,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of Londoa.
pfccfc-a-fca1aifi,aii.aav4jti a. a, mtXAi
i !i ern-H-w jr5(irii .y-dl
LIFE and FIRE
:iew England Mutual Lira In
surance Co. of Boston.
tna fire Insurance Compart
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. G. Irwin. .President and Manages
Claus Spreckels Vice President
W. M. Olffard.. Second Vice President
II. M. Wnltney, Jr. . . .Treas. and Set.
Geo. J. Ross Audltot
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
' OF SAN FRANCISCO, GAL.
C. BREWER & CO., LTD.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. IL
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ooks'i
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co.,
Makeo 'ugar Co., Haleakala Ranch Co.,
The Planters' Lino ot San Francisco,
Packet; Chas. Berwer & Co.'s Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. M. Cooke, Presldont; Genre
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. K.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Wa
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULU
The Lancashire insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc
Pensylvania Fire Insurance
Company, Cim8. t. wittier,
General Manager of
THE EQUITAB' LIFE
Ot the United Btates for the Ha.
Office, : Merchant Si. : Honolulu.